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MX H. ADAMS, Fabllahcr.
WHERE I WOULD RATHER LIVE.
Jf aM the pla. ob tbcoarii
I'd ritaT live and
Tfcw nwr HMerr otd-fasfaloccri st mid
Kttc lire wsvfmr hipb
It's net bit like iwITi Myir, its print is
Its Wfndow ac small and wry. and
rltmhfacf femes play
At kid ar.d arek upon the walls, and to the
Weefe unbrams strokr with noMrtaj? tnoca,
two kittens frith Iqr efdr.
The alopinjr tmof ft quk pmn has fratborvd
with Uw yrftTft,
And at thr rnd. pttfd tner on Atone, e rfkimm-y
There'p socfc a bomj nM lri t;alk lad.s f nin .
me whhrw raw
Through row f fWita and mtponottA
-pmeye tnhrd in state;
tdc lilac nod their porp ttf'ltars to applt-
And hollyhock d? tbr reuw the early dew-
A mother fttn with downy brood fa .,
I the well
In J1"'-' prrased hed o !itVe smooth form
therr'n otMn !vf t to tril -
The wide porx curtained with cool Tines
wor trumpet nine
A boacred nonir to homminr birds and bre or
How often in their fragrant nhade roacralrd
from strife and rare
I'e dreamed t'tnplah vision in thr h-i pol
Beyond the opened donr upon the old oak Boor
of toe hall
And scattered on the stair are toym rn2 do
lie, top and ball
Ah. what ronftmion nometimes reipru an with
ineir happy play
Dear "pitty-pat and tippy -Uf" bepiiile the Ihrc-
There praurt dixonler ihrotiuh the rooms, but
CV. a welcome cheer;
Ko prtm. faatidiouo chill has iced this genial at-
Tou re jint as apt to find your hat anil ploV w
coat and cane
Cta floor or chair a in the rack; rd fcansr them
The tab up don't alwayn shine, and in the
dust you II find
Odd Drum tittle tands have trai-rd, to be by
There'n snnietimes sujrar on the board, some-
tartes an empty hoai;
Perhaps a fork or spoon that's lost and in the
t'e se a cobweb on the wall ft softened
As wires to aid acoustics do each echo sweeter
D. what delight th' rlu'Mren find in their wee
The lamps don't always burn, lis tnie, but
then-'s another Itrht
That m-llowM erTy .-hade of gloom love's
rleamtmr. soft ami t-rtrht.
Ko ceremony tiff repels the visitor or me.
And kindly hands will ever stop to m:ike Vup
t tea "
Vt'hat tho' the broom has ponextrayorstitcbes
lose their place
The Kfniple meals are seasoned w!ib !!
sweetest kind of craw.
What tbo' th mrp't! vutb to raps, or door
knob out of Mvle
AfTectton ?1ows H7n the hearth, life's lipbtr
with a amil
Then ll we live, and let me die, IT I must die at
Whet every joy and every pain that to a mor
Are hen4 with devoted love, affection warm
XVbere thre'a enough of honest care to make
one'n rest complete;
Where summer's filled with fragrant bloom and
winter's bright and hcer.
That touch each day with fond caress and matte
Where nesting birds contented sins, as thmuph
the elm tree old
The swn heamn play with shadows sliding d?wn
their bars of ffold;
V'bere some on always tills my pine and, in
the twilipht clow.
Rrinrs cown and slipp-rs with a kiss I d arly
It'Vf to know;
H'here sorrows melt wtihin th li-hi of sym
pathy, and care
Becomes a pastime In the bands my jewels
Bare diamonds of constancy, rich rubies flsh
Deep sapphires of faith, and pearls of klndnrf
Yen, irlve me pesttte peace that's proved by ftVet-
tnjr sim of strife;
The oiHody of -Home. Sweet Home" stma; by
dear babes and wife.
O, let me live and let me die. when er the time
'Within the Monminir rarden's realm, my q,mint
old cottatre home.
Gcorcc K. Dowen, in Sunday Inter rv-' an.
Aunt Hannah Sought
"Wonld hpy put hrr in hc asylnm."
hr irondcrpcl, "if they caujrlit hn.'"
folks n-onlil smvh- think she nascrarv.
lie stopped at the sJonn wr!t to rest
and lookrd Iwck timorrVisly at thr old
familiarwx-nn. l'ar ln hiTi l ln-r slr.'t. ln-.l
tin meadow, a svmplionv of olire and
preeD in the late fall. Here and there
hy a sunken lw- l.lcr stood soldierly
penrod, or Iterry bushes clothed no
in scarlet and po!d. At intervals in the
lony slope stood solitary tree, where
fluttering, hrittlc leaves fell In Hie pen
tie ehill air. In summer time alie re
membered well the haymakers in the
shade, and the jnjj with pinker water
she made for the men was kept there
to He coot.
She seemed, as she sat there, to re
member eecrythinff. The house was
all right, she was sure -f that; the key
was tinder the kitchen doormat, the
was out in the store and the cat
loeked in the barn.
She held her work-hardened palm to
her side, panting a little, for it was a
(rood bit of a walk across the meadow,
and she was eijfhty years old on her
last birthday. The cows feeding looked
homelike and pleasant.
"tiood-by. critters," she saiil, aloud;
"many's the time l're druv'ye home
an milked ye, an' I alius let ve eat lv
the way, nor never hnrried ye as tin1
: With a farewell plance she went on
again, smoothing as she walked the
scattered locks of gray hair falling un
der the pumpkin hood, and keeping her
scant black gown out of reach of briers.
Across another field, then on through a
leafy lane where the wood was hauled
in winter, there through a gap in a
stump fence, with its great, branching
arms like a petrified octopus, to the
Not a soul in sight in the coming twi
light. John, the children and the
scolding wife who made her so unhap
py, would not he home for an hour yet.
for it was a long drive to East M ills.
Down the steep hill went the brave
little figure, followed by an odd shadow
of itself in the waning light, and by
tiny stones that rolled mi swiftly they
passed her often, and made her look be
hind with a start to see if a pursuer
"They'd put me in an asylum, snre,"
she murmured wildly, as she trudged
At the foot of the hill she sat down
upon an old log and waited for the
train. Across the road, guarded by a
big sign: "Look out for the engine,"
ran two parallel iron rails, that were to
be her road when the big monster
should come panting around the curve.
At last the dull rumble sounded, a
shrill whistle, and she hurried to the
track, waving her shawl to signal.
This, in the conductor's vernacular,
was a cross-roads station, where he
was used to watch for people waving
articles frantically. 1 he train stopped
and this passenger was helped aboard.
He noticed she was a bright-eyed old
lady, very neat and precise.
"How fur?" he asked.
"Git there in the mornin," he said,
standing waiting for the money, as she
opened a queer little reticule where.
iPPed in a clean cotton nanuuer-
chief, under her knitting. wu her
par with hsr Mtefi of Jen? fear-1
the little snms Sum ftnt When he
first bepan tn? raKiter i& the west and
some ttnoy sKe had earned herspJf t5'
knitting and berry pickl.
At a cru5-roai!, as they went swiftly
on' a"r 1ne olfl wrrel horse, the
.wuiioj wapm and John witn fam
ily driving homcivarH ts'he drew back
with a littlp wrt, icarinp; he might see
heTwnd stop the train: but they went
on so fast that could not lc and the
old hone jogjfpfl into the wood, nnd
John never tiiotight hw nld Aunt Han
nah, hischnegp rorfwetiir J-er.rs,
wa- nintnavmj. .
At It WA a fc-naly conductor fionghl
wr v f hmv.gh i.-Vct for lFrnVc-, ,
11 sa Ii:v.j't:rmr ri-i an ;11 la'-Iy
lik-! ym," hr f.!-i.
!tn I'm rn;irt tor my ag:.he said,
niixiouoly; 'I wwr hvA a d iy"i sick-nei-fcincc
I was a ttp.l.
"t;iinif the war a!.ne?
"V'ith iVorwlncV, she nnswori'd.
brightly, alert and eager t help her
self, but silent nmV thouh"-d Ihf
train tok hor ImM rtrfrigc ian!scapcs,
where thfi triors went so swiftly it
MHtVd )ik the "past years of her life
as she looked hack on them.
"Thy works is marvelous." ?.he nmr-
11 . . , " . ., V , , .V
loiiicfi, auo iew Hue uav nae irr
lcen in ln r Wtrht, nh hi. had Sat j
and restrM t lng.
In the day coach the people were k ind
and generous, Nharing thefr .ks'ts
with her and seeing lint dir changed
ears ri;rh rai:i her carpet ba;y was safe.
was like any f f the dear old grand
mas in eastern homes, or. to grizzled
men and weary women, like tbr mem
ory of a dead mother a faint and far
away as 11e mimU of wild nv-es in a
hillside country bnrying-cfnmnd. She
tended babies for tin'd V-.onirn and
talked to tire Mienttf farming and crops,
or told the children llible stories; but
never a word she said of t-rrelf, not
On ngaim j:Vii.ied by kindly hnnds
thnHgli the great. ItewiliVring city by
Vn-. lake, and now through a yet
stranger land. Tired and worn by night
in the uncomfortable seats, her brax-e
spirit licgan to fail a little. As the
wide, level plains, lonely and drvar.
dawned on her sights s! sighM -n.
It's a dre'ful big werh." she :tld to
a pray-ltearded tld farmer near her;
o W-r t frel eVnniost lol in it: but."
hopefully, "across them deserts like
this long ago Provident' sent a star to
guide them wis.- men of the east, an" I
hain't lost mv faith."
Kut as the day wore on. and stJl tj
long, tnunobir.ous kind sb.tived m
liiTiiian habitation. oasis of green,
her eye- ditntUed, so.uethin.- like a sob
rtn.e nniler the black l;erehi-f oi Mp
bowed shoulders, and the "j-ctaek's
wi'T taken oi' V.ilh trembling h ind
and pr? way caivfully in ti:e worn tin
"lie ye goin fur, mothr?" 'd lite
He had In'oHghl hrr a cupful of cf
fec at the iast station, and had pointed
out on the way things he thought might
Wal. ual; jon're from Xrw Kng
land. 1 II In- I-mm)-!.'"
"From M:iine," she HUsweri'd, and
then she grew communicative, for she
was always a rhaity hl lady and Mi e
had Hs.e-sed her soul in silence
long, and it was a relief to tell the st-.r
of her weary years of waiti:igta kind-
'In told liirn all tht r,;,-,'; ri sh had
re two grar,.iietihws and their fam
ilies. That twentv years airo Sam (for
lie had brought them loth no when
their parents died of consuwiV.l'fn. that
takes so many of or folks went out
west. He wi Vuways adventurous, and
for ten yean, :-he d-d not hear fn m him:
but .lohn was different and steady, and
when he came of ac she had given him
her farm, with the provision she should
always have, a home, oUr revise he
would have gone away too. Well, for
five years they wrm drippy. vh'ii Jtihn
married, nud hh wife" hatl ltiwh to
think heg a t'drden ns Un. Ve: r- went j
. Kii.i the children when Uy grew i
m$ did not care fir her, and she felt
she had lived too long.
M pro wed so lonesome-." she said. U
reins I couldn't tak? up heart to live
day by day. anyit I knowd our folks
was I.tng-lived. I en years back, when
Sam wrote me he was dom fair, an"
wnt me money. I iegiin to think f
him. for he was alius generous an kind,
an the gratefulest 1mv: an so I ttcgun
to Fare t g to him. fur I knowed I
eoiiidwoik fiir my batd fur a good
many .Year to come. I'nr thre rears
he ain't hardly .vroie, bid 1 laid that to
the Wild hentry he lived in. I said
b'ars an Injuns don't skeer ine none,
ftir when I was a gal up in Aroostnk
ken try there was plenty of lth. an as
fur butTerlers them horned cattle don't
skeer me none, fur I've lieni ud to a
farm a' Ins. Itut the lonesoineness of
these meihh'rs has s;rtor upsnt me. an"
made nie think every day Sain was fur
ther ott than I ever caiclatd on.
"Iln. what will yon li if Sam ain't in
Denver.'' asked tha farmer.
"I hev put my faith in Providence,'
Mic ai.s.vered simply, and thr stranger
coiid Rot mar that trust by anv word
He gave her bin address as he got off
at the Nebraska line, and told her to
send him word if she needed hdp.
With a w arm hand clasp he parted from
her to join the phantoms in her memory
of "folks that hatl bin kind to her, (tod
bless Vm," and the train went rumb
ling on its w ay.
Hut many of the passengers hail lis
tened to her story and were interested.
ami they came to sit with her.
One pale little lad in the seat in front
turned around to look at her now and
then ami to answer her smile. H
was going to the new country for health
and wealth, poor lad. only to find eter
nal rest in the sunny land, but his last
days brightened by the reward of his
thoughtful aet of kindness.
"She probably brought these boys
n n. he thought, '"and denied her lif
for them. Is she to die unrewarded. I
wonder? There cannot be any good in
the world if that In-."
He thought of her and took out his
ptNr purs; th -re was so little money in
it. ton; eierv cent made a big hole in his
store; but the consciousness of a gixd
deed was worth something.
"I mayn't have the chance to do mam
moth." thought the lad, buttoning his
ne siippeft ott Without a word at a
station and sent a telegram to Denver.
"To Samuel Itlair for he had
caught the name from her talk "Your
Annt Hannah I'iair. of Maine, is on the
W. A- W. train coming to 3 on."
It was only a straw, but a k'ndlr
wind might blow it to the right one aft
When he was sitting there after his
message had gone on its way, she
leaned over and handed him a pep
permint drop from a package in her
"Yon don't look strong, dearie, she
said: "hain't ye no folks with ye?
"None on earth."
'We re both lone ones, she milcd.
"An how sad it be there ain't no one to
fuss over ye an" be keerful of the drafts,
an keep flannel alius on your chist; that
is good for the lungs
'Yon are very ki?d to take an inter
est in me," he smiled; "but I am afraid
it is too late.
Another night of weary slumber in
the uncomfortable, cramped beats, and
then the plains began to be dotted with
TiUftffes. and toojr, Ap-tf&red the itrfUr- j
gllng WUkirts 'cf ift city.lhe smoke .of
mills gleam of the Platte river; and.
a network of iron rails, bright and
shining, as the train, rati shrieking into
the labyrinth e"f is dtttialtUri.
"This is Denver, and I'll look out fot
yon as well as I can," the lad said to
"I won't be no bnrdeu,w rhe said,
brightly. I hare twenty dollars yet
and that's a sight rf monK"
TV tfaV. naHVri lo h t the casUvard-
; w,iuiid express pa.-s: there
j cxcilfmet m the e-r, .lssengers
1 -gtrVting Vt U depart, gathering up
i luggage and wraps, and some watching
; th(. m -.veomers and the pwb of strange
as nn nir
f aces on the outward-bound train.
Tlie door of the car slammed sudden
ly, and a big-bearded man, with eager
blue eyes, came down thr wisli'i look
ing sharj'lT foin rijrht f left. Itc htiil
U'fl Ih'hVcf tri ti: t'xprt-.s?; to iiiect thin
trad llis elan-e fell on the tinv black
"U hy. Aunt Hannah he cried, with
a break in his voice.
She put out her trembling hands and
fell into the big arms tears streaming
flown the wrinkled face.
"1 knoived l'rovidenee would let me
I fin,l vo Sam-" rfc rtaid; rolcf'Hn; and
: . .,
ho one smiled when the big man sat
down Trieside her and with a gentle hand
wiped her .tears
'..'., I ve sent John twenty dollars
a month for five years for you, he said,
angrily, as she told him why she ran
away, "and he said yon couldn't write
for yon had a stroke and was helpless,
and I re Written lo Voit often nd zis
yon money. lt hrd for d ill ail td call
his h brother it Yiliain.
uVt Won't. Sara." she said; gent It.
"We'll just forgit it, Arid X r"nir V a
burden td t fur t kin work y it, and
tn'r y"-:i: , lo come.
Work, indeed! Don't I owe yon
everything? And my wife has longed
for you to come. There are so few dear
old aunts in this country, they're
prized, I tell you. Why. it is as good as
a royal coat of arms to have n deaii
handsome old woinan t'kr yon bf a tr
lalioi:1 Trier he found Hut wnd senl the tele
gram and paid, the lad. who blushed
like a girl and did not want to take it.
"I suppose you want a job, said tha
big man. 'Well, I can trive von one.
I'm in the food commission business.
;ive you something light. Iitsof vonr
sort, poor lad. out here. All the refer
ence I want is Hint little net of kind
ness to Annt f Inhnah. Here1 Hie
depot; A tint Hannah, ind von won't see
the bears and Iniuns and buffa!1? Vvt
were talking :;touh b'.d the pretties!
and rrnV-st city you ever set your dear
lie picked up the carpet -hag. frided
and old-fashioner.- Hot a bit ashamed of
i-. though it looked as if Noah might
have carried it into the ark.
They said good-by. and the last wen
of her wa- he- happy old faee Warning
from a carriage window as she rolled
away to what all knew would 1h a
happy home for the rest of her life.
Knrm and Fireside.
Itemlnitrr of the r:ir ef litiri trcd Art-
Th si ranger irt Antwerp: waitderiit
through the narrow, errMjkd Vines bf
the old ojlnrten suddenir rind hitri
self tr tt littlr or'ri s.jhar the Place
du Vendr-di. It is paved with rough
c dddesloTM's and heaped wit'i o 1 i"tir
nitnre, 1ks de Which w hiie'aped Jew
ish women sit crying their wares'. One
de if the square is shut in by a mis
sive building of stone, wh se grave and
stately presence contracts of Idly with
thesfju ilor an I nVise below. This is
the Hanr Plantin-Morctus, which i
preserved as a specimen of the dwell
ing and workshop of a great Flemish
craftsman nearly four centuries ago.
OiriMophef Plant !n and afierward hh
n-ln -law Johann M r tus aetptired
great weal Hi and fain as printers, and
iiebl n fonmio-st place among the proud
h:irghesof Antwerp. Their ilesccal-
auls have kept the house just as they
left it. It Is built like a French pai-ac-
ar Min I th-r four siiles f anld gar
den in whidi even the tulips take on
soni tier shad-s. A vine tdauted by
More? 11s covers the walls and quaint
stone stairways. Here, too. are an
cient carved settees of oak in which
the old burgher sat when the dayV
work was done.
Inside argre:it shops withthe press
and type in the rases as- the journey
men laid the in down three centuri
ago. Here are specimensof the famous
lMMks printed by Moretus; piles of
books ukui the shelves ready for sab
w hile those who bought anl those wlm
sohl them have been dust for centu
ries. The apartments of th- family are
unchanged. Portraits hang upon the ,
walls. One grows familiar with the
stout, stem old Vater Plant n and his
prim wife, and his daught -r, Fran Mar
tina Moretus. with her s'y, coquettish
face. Here is the very table at whieh
they ate in the stately banqueting hall,
hung with priceless Spanish leather.
The old workman surrounded himself
with a grave, solid splendor. Kven his
narrow lied is draped with tapestry
fit for a king: but his leather apron
hangs beside the diplomas given him by
Here is a h'sson which the American
who runs may read. He may Itcasrich
as this great family, but what has he
done with his carpenter or blacksmith
ancestors? Ihws he keep their leather
aprons or any records of the honest
labor whieh earned his wealth? Or
docs he parade some mythical count or
baron in place of the hard-working
grandfather whom he has hidden ont of
sight? V m t hs Compa 11 ion.
HOW WOMEN SPOIL IT.
Votir Brilliant nrratlon Marrrd hr
Their I'm inn!.
One of the meanest of conversational
tricks is a favorite one with women. A
fellow hassomcthing real nice and clever
to say; he. is rounding up nicely to it,
when some chit of a. woman takes a
gasp and says: "Oh. yes" I know what
yon mean." and. by jingo, says it. Of
course she gets all the credit. I do hate
a woman like that. She is the kind of
woman who says: "Ah. yes!" and then
goes off into a poetic illustration of the
fact you have- annonnced something
nice and dreamy that she never could
have said by herself. I hate that sort
of woman, making herself seem so
clever and bright and poetic and all
that from Your brains.
She laughs before yon have cot your
funny story out, and says: "Yes, isn't
it funny? It makes it so easv for yon
to go on, that does. Actually, some
times she will finish it for you. That is
the kind of woman I hate, too. She is
always coming in with a "Yes, but,"
and npsetting what yon have said, or
else hauling out another side of it that
yu didn't mean to have broutrht nn.
hate women like that. I sav let wom
en learn to cook and sew frills, not
talk like idiots.
There is another woman I must not
forget to mention. She has genius for
just one thing. She will dislocate any
conversation by coming in with some
insane, irrelevant speech that leaves
yousprawling. Your ideas will be sail
ing beautifully and she will make a re
mark that settles a dead calm. Every
body will be with you, and in she will
put her word, and the whole thing is
jfoae to pieces. Oh, I hate women likf
that, and there are $0 nan of ttUan)'-
Prince, Ferdinand of .Bulgaria has
X weaknev tor drwingrownand ha
ij iiiauy oi them tlial wuea lie vtahUtn
show his collection to a friend his valet
resigns his place and goes away to
drown his sorrow in a gallon of kirvh
wasscr. Nxt to post curd. Mr. Oladstona
Kc half penn; wfpper) thosj eteft;
siW-S.-. The mrket cuiolojiue v,hieb
he tt'turns to lookscllers are always
snt in a half-penny wrapper with nec
essary directions scrawled on the mar
gins of the bonk Tsts.
One of the latest recruits to the
ranks of practical business-men is the
Karl of Kanfiirley. w ho his temporarily
forsaken his Irish netlt Dulitfaiinon
Park: oiMt' Trritne: arid ';i?., rmr'
rliHsiSo Hihrgc Uact I-t land 111 the ir-
ngation.rolony. atMildura. Suth Aus
tralpA where he, iiUnds to start as a
fruit grower or a lawre scale.
The gavel wielded by the Oregon
department commander f the ilrand
Army of the Kepublic is a gruesme
relic of the murder of (Jen. Canity and
Her. Dr. Thomas, the Modoc pra
romini'-sionerv The iravel is of w hite
Julie, and is made .f a part of the gal1
lows im ivhw-h tt r ?tu1'n tibti rtr.-rv
r-npiL l-ek: iii.:s!;m.n.iiricv;,l!iaek .Iim
and Srhoiieliiii- -were cxecnteiU
The l.iterafy society f Finland is
by far the most active, as it is the old
est society of folk-lore in the world.
It was established in order to
gahr nnl nalrl wpII as wann
crih's re(a.ihg ti Ihe flrchayKrgr ami
linguistics of the race; The various
Jtiec-K of folk lore how in manuscript
in the library aniourit to nre Han
1 lOJHHl niunlHT.
"Thief Ya-I.e-Wa-N.di is the title
bestoweft on Mrs. Harriet Ma.wcllTm
vTse. the recent Iy-chited chif f the
Six Xatmns. the name signifying "Our
Watch r. The duties of the position
include attendance tion the cndo
lenees irnd nil hublieenitm-Us Tbo n-r-HHctHerif
lief elecHon hhlii:ncel that
She ttirf eJhreti oil account of gratitude
for nVf interest in the Six Nations, by
the affection and love of the triles.
- Arthur P. tJorman. I iiitcd States
Mftitor from Maryland, was once a
page in the senate. When but a lad he
wusaltout to start west in quest of
fo.iune. when Senator Itonglus said to
him: "Don't go. Stay at home and go
liriek to your state, and make up your
p. ind that yon w ill rome back right
here In Hiischiiptel as t repteEita
the jtl Hie I lllteil State sedate. It is
Hot a very hard thing to iht If you once
Ht your mind on it "
r . I!ubinsteul , opeia .i--v.
s hioli is finished, will take two nights
o perform, four tableaux )eiiig pre
seiitd each night. The first four will
be the birth of Moses, the oppression of
he Israelites, and Pharoah: the so
journ of Moses in the wilderness and
the apparition of Jehovah in the burn
ing bush, and the departure of the
Israelites from Kgypt. The wcond
four w ill be the passage if the lied sea:
the giving of the Ten Timimandments:
the sojourn in the desert; the death of
Mosefc nh'l the Conquest of the Prom
Smyth' -"I've goi bur monthly
psaiiimdy:" Mrs. Stnythe -"Our' what?"
Smythe oiir long meter f'-oin the g:s
comjKinv." -N. Y. Herald.
"What's your son Josiar d"in"?"
said a neigh lor to Farmer Ilegosh.
'Wall, was the reply, "he thinks he's
diggin bait, but he's inakin garden.
There is such a thing as carrying
a joke tio far." remarked Funnicus. af
ter he had visited a dozen newspaper
'fliers, at all of w hich his joke hatl leen
lev-lined. Ymkcrs Statesman.
--Fastleigii - "So old Sonk has joined
the city improvement sntety? Miarp
leigh - -Why no? Hasn't he staved ur
ril iitgli to decorate this town for tin
las; ten years?" N. Y. Tribune.
II irks-"See thos two ladies orci
there. They srem to lr enjoying them
selves hugely." Wicks "Yes; I won
der which of their dear friends they
are picking to pieces." Itoston Tran
script. In th' Furniture Store. Lady
"What has Itecome of those handsome
sidclhiards yon hail when we cnlltsl
last"." Salesman (1ashful, yet grati
fied "I've shaved them off again,
miss. I "ick-Me-t ' p.
Hound t His "If I wen- only as
ambitious as this infernal necktie."
sighed Mndge. as he pulled dow n that
ornament for the fifth time in an hour.
"I'd le worth a million dolhirsthis very
ni i n u te." I nd ia na p d is .1 mi rnal.
A vaeht was in ltath awhile agn
named "Psyche." A man upon the
wharf observing the name spelled it out
ami remarked: "Well, may I In ohfus
tieated if that isn't the blankest way of
selling fish that I ever saw?" Hangor
A Had Hrcak Witherby "I made
the mistake of my life this morning. I
told my wife I duln t like her new
gown. Flankington "What, was she
angry? Witherby "Oh. no, it wasn't
that, but she wants another one."
Cloak He view.
He Knew It. "Your arm is mis
placed, sir." said Amy. rebukingly. to
voting Hunker, who had encircled her
waist. "Yes. replied the unaltashed
young man: "it would not have leen
placed there if you had not Ihvii a
miss." Detroit Free Press.
Had Been There. Maiden (listen
ing to Mendelssohn's Wedding March)
"1 don't se w hy they have the clash
ing of the cymitnls. Young Mrs.Itene
diet "Why. as a symltol of theclash
ings which are to follow, of course."
Kate Field's Washington.
Kmployer "Hi ad to s-c you are
able to Im hen t-day. Tomkins." Tom
kins (sheepishly) "Yes, sir." Km
ployer "I was afraid from the way
you looked at the ltall game when your
favorite nine were defeated that you
wouldn't be able to get here." N. Y.
Every Second founts. Hirers
You have a three-minute horse al
ready. 1 don't see what you want of
one that can make it in 2:40." Hanks
of the snbiirls) "You don't! Why,
great Scott! Even with my three-minute
horse I miss a train four or five
times a week!" Chicago Tribune.
Why He Didn't Like England.
Rigby "What are you going to do this
summer: going across the pond?
Digby "Y-a-as, I think I'll knock
around the continent a bit. ye know.
Rigby "And yon won't stop in En
gland? Digby "Naw, I think not
Rigby "Why not? Digbv "Weally,
deah-ltoy, I was ovah there lawst yeah,
dont-ye-know, and me A mew Jean accent
was so noticeable that there was w rally
no pleasure in life. Columbus Post.
Then and Now. Jones (in the hon
eymoon) "I can not imagine, wifcy,
what is the matter with my razor. It
has an edge on it like a saw. Mrs.
Jones (timidly) "Oh, darling, can yon
forgive me? I cnt off some hooks and
eyes from an old waist with that razor,
but it wasn't real sharp then. Jones
(quietly) D dearest, you mast be
careful. Yon might happen to cut off
one of your pretty little fingers. Ten
years later. Jones (crossly) "Some
infernal idiot has been tampering with
my razor. Mrs. Jonea (icily) "It most
have been yourself then, as no one ever
PERSONAL AND LIT
Some rtirrrs Arid helps.
Common hydraulic cement mbceo
with oil forms a good paint for roofs and
Anhnildipptf. It is waterproof and in
combustible. Molasses Cake: Onecupfulof bfo'wS
sugar, two-thirds of a cupful of mo
lasses, one of lard, two of buttermilk
and one teaspoon ful of soda: flour to
ttiajke it rather stiff. Christian In-
Five teacupiuls cf?
flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der, one teacupful of butter, three tea
cnpfuls of sugar, one teacupful of milk
and the whites of eight eggs, Detroit
I ta van an Cream: Dbwolvc half a
box of trelatine in enough water to
J,ef. .Let ti. tyiarf Ci rich mitk of
cream, itjou hae i!, o 'rr'e o H tojL,
1'hen stir in the gelatine. Set on tub
back of the store, and add the yolks of
six eggs one coffee cup of sugar and
Ihrec .e;lf.,or . f vanilla. Add the
well-beaten six whites last of ftR tVnr
into moulds, N. Y. WorhL
Amherst Pudding: One and one
half cups sour milk, one teacup of
molasses, one teacup raisins stoned and
hopped i three-fourths of a enp of currant-
,'iTre eup rf flouts one enp suet.
tine feasponhfiil of salK two" teaspoon
fuls salcratus, a sprinkle of? nutmeg:
cinnamon, cloves and other spices ti
suit the taste. I 'oil five hours. Serve
with pudding sauce. N. Y. WorhL
Lyonnaise Potatoes: Put a pint
of milk in a frying pan, add a piece of
butter, size tit it witihiit. fom alt and
pepjier; jet !t bcdl; Ifix heaping tea
spoonful fit Kirnstar'cH with a1 (iHle
eold mjlkand add it to the milk in ihK
pai. ffa? ready. si. or seven large pf
t;itois. peeled and cut into small slices,
put them into thj pan with a little
chopped onion and parsley. Cover them
with a plate and let them stew slowly
for about fifteen minutes. Send to ta
bic in a covered dish. Housekeeper.
- tmple wnr of rooking eggs is
"snf te plait. Itnttef a flat plate which
has keen whrmcfi !rlthoveh I'reflk
the requisite numlnr of eggs Hh if. tS
ing cf! re ful that they d hot touch epch
other.. To accomplish this the plaffl
should. ti receive them properly, have
sunken places. An oyster-plate will
answer very well to cook eggs in this
fashion. There is a metal platter which
comes especially for serving eggs in this
way. Season the eggs each one, w ith
salt and neper, after putting them on
he pltHe, pnd set them in the oven till
the white has set.
-- Salnde it la N'rmande: Normandy
I faiHons for is apples aiul pears, find
sotne varieties ff tlie former dondeft
with the latter make an agreeable fruit
salad, which can le as pretty as the
co k ehMises. One variety of pear, very
like the "Itartlctt." only not quite so
soft, is peeled and cut into thin slices,
slices of apples are added, and peeh-d
and stoned plums cut in halves. Add
powdered sugar, about three table
spoon fuls of orange water, a dash of
vanilla, two or three drops of almond
essence, and the juice of a lemon. Let
It stand for half an hour, occasionally
tipping thr dish, and with a spoon pour
ing over the fruit the sirup formed.
Then serve in n glass dish, and decorate
With any of the following? lemon of j never slnms the dnr anymore will hit
orange leaves and crystal ized cherries i her husband hanlT than a d.zcn ser
nr a few fresh plums and some leaves I Tuv:is,
v1iite olrnntier thuverts. t-oM--iferaniimi
U-;iy.s. spnivs if syrinjra. or rovo-nnl
ir Titli't-i. All of tln-M- are cllirlitfiit
in scent, anil Mipjrestinns to one who
enjoys the fruit salarf. Pemorest's Map;
;nwn. of white Kahrlos.
TnHia linnn. nninsofk. ltnon iam-nand
dimity an- ail prettily made with a fnll
skirt, ruflle. full sleeresand dei-p. ehise
ruffs, with a Itttssian Mouse, round ora
full "baby" waist. The trimmingm are
riKl.itis ami point de (ienes iaee, whii-h
tuny lie iiad in white or rem. rtntl is ap
pliel as a In-rtha rnffle. flat yoke, ruffs,
or waist ruffles, flounces, pinlles. irt
fad. it is put on erery fabric in every
possiMe manner. A Kussian Idolise is
imitated with a round waist lt wearing
a "double Ih.1I" skirt, which consists of
n Im-11 made in two parts, the npper one
reachin5 nearly to the knees and the
lower one to the floor, with each edre
tritnnml to correspond with the In-lt,
cuffs, yoke, and opening down the left
side, ("rcamv fryiindies and lmtistsare
likewise trimmi-d with this lace, ribbon
Wits, and Ixuvs or silken frirdlcs. II
the pissessir of several pretty skirts,
woolen or cotton, made a lnee jacket
and blonse to wear with them, using
the black French lace, or the cotton
point dc ticnes. Ladies' Home Journal.
An Kirrllrnt T to llrnll Steak.
Kven a rump steak can lie made ex
tremely palatable if cooked by this
nicthtwl. The first requisite is a hot.
clean pridiron. Always put this in the
oven or on tfp of the stove, until ready
to nse it. which is nerer before th
wimd in the stove has burned to cikiIs.
The cials must le live and free from
ash. After placing the h.t iron ovet
the coal rub the liars with a little
pi-ease, only enonffh to prevent stick
in?. Now put on the steak, count ten
and turn it over, and continue to count
ten and turn each time until it 15
cooked sufliciently. In turninp; do not
stick the fork into the meat, but catch
it someplace where no juice cancscape.
Have ready a hot dish. salt, pepper and
butter the steak, let it stand in the
oven only Ions' enough to melt the but
ter, and serve immediately on hot
plates. It is imperative that the hioil
injf W timed so as to be finished at the
time of scrvinir the meal, or all pains
taking in the rooking will avail noth-infT-
Strictly fashionable china must now
tie all white. It may have a scolloped
ed-re just tippi-d with jrilt and a frilt
liand aronnd the inside. lEut there
must lie no flowers nor li-fures upon it,
nor should it lie decorated in any way.
The most cicpant of the new china is all
white plain, clear white, with a sllpht
ly scolloped edjre. the only ornament
npon the plate hcinjr a monogram noon
one side or a sin-rle initial- The initial
may lie done in (fold or it may be put on
in any color preferred. Those who wish
to be especially elepant in their china
ware, and who have a fancy for coats of
arms and crests, may have their coats
of arms put upon the rim of the plate
with the lettering neatly done aronnd
it. The lettering- consists of the family
motto whieh fl-oes with the coat of arms
or crest If so desired, the crest may be
put upon the rim of the plate and the
family initial in thecenter. X. Y. Commercial-Advertiser.
Some stylish black silk capes and
(ravelino; cloaks are shown. A 'Hun--rarian"-
model, reachin-r from neck to
skirt hem, is made of black bengaline
and lined with black and white checked
silk. There are no revers, but the
fronts are turned back to simulate
them and also to show the effective lin
ing. A three-quarter cape is dotted all
over with cut jet cabochons and pend
ants and trimmed round the neck with
a band of black ostrich feathers. An
other cape has a very deep second cope
of rich black silk guipure lace, and still
another is almost covered with blatk
silk passementerie and black Chantilly
lace. K. Y. Post.
Newman '-Did yon marry for love
or for money?" Oldby "Both. I mar
ried for love of nouy."-K. flaid'f
m THE REALM OF MUSIC.
pBkt tcrio, Ctacajfo- trtrl of
French parenta?",' frns jrust arhieved tf
notable triumph aa a aingtr he" Roy
al Court theater in Stockholm.
Walter Damrosch is engaged in
writing" at opera whose subject is to be
Hawthorne's 'Kc.-ffTc'f I tier." Mr. U.
P. Latltrop is writing tne fit5'rfrt fot
Ckobok W. Estes. who died recently
id Pitl: Mas., at the a?e of eighty-
seven, was said fo" fie the first man who
ever played a snare dnini hf rV. He
officiated as drum major at the funeral
of President William Henry Harrison
Toe age at which a "child wonder
ceases to be sneh has not yet been
determined. Hut Josef. Hofinann, the
boy pianist, seems to have reached it.
f.a reports' from1 abroad say that his
fingers are losing thci sirpplerres his
ear its delicacy and his sou! !"" roe 6f
Ix twenty-four days Handel wrote
"Tb M'ah." Dr. Johnson wrote
"Kasselaa1 & nJgbti of a single
week. Schubert someta:es &fnf four
oi five immortal songs in a single flay.
Ue was born in 1TU7 and died in 12$,
yet he set to music six hundred and
thirty-four poems by one hundred dif
ferent atitltoi-a, in addition to writing
Other musical work,
fcuRtoiJs FAGfS; j
The site of the chy of KsTori was
sold in l&i" by John llackstonefof $!."0. !
This is a big country. It contains lauf
FTfnnirh to give every person in it a farm
of HW acrVA.
WKf.f.sT rr f h: U; im nearly twice at
many dog? s" fp'ha w"lrfrtX I ha lf740
resitients and 3.400 dogv
Is a cave in the Pantheon the guide,
by striking the flaps of his coat, makes
a noise equal t that p forMSil by firing
a twelve-pound cannon.
A iu:cf. of wood one inch long and
one-half inh thick was removed from
the cheek of a Reading (Pa.) young
man. The splinter entered his cheek six
years ago In a eousttpff accident.
While three wnfleuMcrs werrMttirtg
op a bench in their iodglng honse beaf
Evert'tts recently, singi"? ''Th
t)ld Ship of Zion," the house was struck
by lightning and all three were killed.
Ox Sunday. May when the apple
trees in Franklin county. Me., were in
blossom, snow from six to nine Inchc
in depth covered the Rangelcy district.
anil ti. E. Hideout rde in las sleigh
through the streets of Philiips.
SOME SENSIBLE SAYINGS.
CixviNrw; the mass- that yon love
them, and von've got thrnf.
So Mr. people never feci religions ex
cept when they get in a tight place.
Timnc L-nt a bit of religion in going
without sleep at night to talk about
Whkx in line of battle no soldier ever
finds mu -h fault with the bowlegs of
the man in front of him.
Tiii:kk arc people who think their
neigh twrs houses need painting, le
cause they do not wash their own win
dows. Ft us a wife to get religion so that she
It di-rsn't help n n-.hn much nt home
to r li-mt in cimrvh. If i:e tri:il:-s Ms wife
ret rp rnd !:ir!!e a 1-re the ne:;t tv-rn-ing.
What a difference then- is between
the kind of hci-dache the people have
on rainy Sundays and the kind they
have when the circus is in town.'
THE WRITERS' WASTE BASKET.
Tut: pt-et lixirns spclh-d his name
Itur.iess i his family name) until the
publication of Ins poems in 17--rt.
It is said to be a fair in-ii'-rition of
SliakeMv-:rr"s n"p;:l-iriiy in liermany
that l.V-n :..; s i;f a -oe:!;i e !i!i"n of
his worl.s .'-t." s M in t':-:t rnntr.' I:ist
Xr.-r Vo.li. Jm;e ?i.
CATTl.K-Sntive Steers. 4 On 4 9;
CirrpiN Mt'lillinar !
H.H H -V !lil.T Vlio:it
OATS Witrn M15.-.I.
l'ii:K- N. W .M.is
IJKK V I li..iv. SttSlT.
nMSS-Fa:r to S-list
SIIKKl'- Knir to funic. -
H. ni.'i: -P.-it.Mit
l-am-v t'i Extra 111.
W1IRAT Ke.S Itel Wmlar...
fimN Xo.i DiksI
THHAl l'l' I.nes. ..
ITAT- I'le.n Tunoitiy
I'i n:K Siamlanl Mi-w INewl
B.M OX-t lenr Kib
I. .l.'l l'ri:ii St:ia
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4 OI 4
VM. I'linti. 'I uii
CATTI.E-SlilrTmit ' e
llmiS i-airl'. O1..MS-. 4 f
bllKKl" Kirmi:i "'
H. OI I!-VViiiti-rl'at-uii. 4 41
Siriu l'm.Mi: 4
VCIIKAT-Nii.S Stii .
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l-uliK ll.s (X.-W) 1" "'"a
CATTI.K-Slil..inic Sleer ... 3M
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I'OICX- No. 2 511
OATS Wsti-rii 4. .
IIAV Chum 18l
IMItK Sew MM
BACON' Me "
ColtX-Xe.I Miiml .
OATS No ! Mimed .
POliK New Mim. ...
BACOX clear tiili ..
I had a malignant breaking out on bit leg
below the knee, and wascurcd sound and well
with two and a halt
-v.u i.il mrfiicincshod tailed
. mm n pood. Wlli C. IfEATV
toH ra-oeof Tter, and three bottle ol
fm W-m..' tcurcdKaopctmonetiTiT.
Onr book on Wood ar.d Sfelo
free. fiwuTiirEcifioCaAtUnU, Oa.
When you buy Flags you
want ibe best Government
Standard is the best; the
largest flag dealers in the U.
S. are G. W. SIMMONS
& CO., Oak Han, Boston,
Mass. Dealers in Military
Uniforms. Write for a
Aft-onlzlnc Twists Below tfc Watettaad
Are produced by a drenching cathartic.
Why use och an irrational means of ivnv
edyittg ?04tl vanes Tbat pure, botanic.
painMs,- jphilosophie remedv, Hostenrs
fcitofrarb, Bitter, Vrodvcm the desired re
sult drf'fivb i it hoot lacouvenience
or griping. Htet?V!a aftd maction of the
liver aod kidnevs are Iilfsf? rectined by
this benign restorative of health; Them Is
no liner tonic for the debilitated and aw
vus. Core malaria and rheumatism.
It's the frwt fff the still that's a dandy
at turning when' a PnJ downs it too fero
ciously. N. Y. Heraida
Th Only One Evrr Prlaird Cn t Find
the Word f
"Her f a S fneh dfplar advertisement
In this pap??, hf.wk which has no two
wonts slice exeep, "V wmuv
true of each new one appeaiig eh week,
fmm thm fir. H.irtr Mmlicine LZ This
house places a Crescent" on everythm'
thev make and publish, lvmfc lor it, sena
them the name of the wont and they will
etarn you book, beautiful lithographs or
tamp Irs frcCi
. Tbit value of a farm prMart is not always
v-T!Diyg when it's on the in Boston
The True Vminihte Prlnrlple
Of the plants used in manufirWfrrg flic
pleasant remely, Svrup of Firs, ha 5 ye
fnanentlv lenefieinl effect on the human
ys-w?, "while the cheap vegetable extracts
huti fi'rfaf ftlwHon. usually sold as medi
cines, af fiir?frnhnfly injurious. Being
well intorniei. vm i ose nie rrue rerasiv
only. Manufacture-! uj firHHf.rnia Fig
Life is short, and most people are short
al tbroogh life. Somerville Journal.
Tti.i "a Catarih Crats is a liquid and is
thiifn inMrnnllv.and ats direetlv upon the
hl'M-d and mf.n sorfacw of the system.
Send fjr tesf imoml.V. fre. Sold bv Dru--c,'s.
re. F. J. Ciitttr t Co.. Proprs..
Tmr tax eolleetir?' lways sure to coin'1
around in due time t' evtTr wan- :
Jbrvoi i, hilioa. diwrtlers. sick
rh". ilhllewtinn, lrn of appetite anil cons
tta:A"!! t-itnil br Fcham's Pilla.
Tmt tid.ly i th. ;fr' nt of tl.
toiler's existent-. Iallas k
Kf f -n! Beer i the liest. and the "A. B.
C ltohennaii H"!ll Beer." The Amerieap
Hrewins Co.'s, is thf St. Ixuis.
A flais rae of ntistit a y'outy pW in !
hv!toris. Lowell Courier. 1
HAi.rHTr.Fn eniptions wiH return. Erad
lcne them with (Uenn'ii Siiljihnr ap.
till l!n!r no.1 Whiiiker Iye, M rent.
TffF. ni"f eit;f flric l th. trout yarn.
The Cim's Horn is .ul.1ihc( In-liatv
apolis, Imliana, at l.." per year.
I th. flutter of eseiteinent the flight of
time is tjhhilmi.
tliat fill your life, if you're a fot'Mo,
suffering woman, can lie taken out ;
of il. Tlie chronic weaknesses, !
fiinctionnl ileransements, and pain-!
ful disorders peculiar to your sex,'
can tic taK-.'n away. 1 he one
tinfnilinpt remiily for them is Dr. i
l.Teo IV.voritn l'rrrrMiit 100 I
- - - - r-
It corrrets, ctirf s, ami builds yon
up. It improves dim-Htion, enriches
the blood, dispel achei) and pains, 1
melancholy and nervousness, brings;
refreshing; sleep and restores health j
anu strensjin. ror perionieai pains,
internal inflammation and ulcera
tion, weak back, leticorrhea. and all
kindred ailments, it's a positive spo- !
cine one that is gwiroutefl. Jf
it fails to give satisfaction, in any
case, the money paid for it is re-
Tlie jrreat. srripintf, old-fasliioneti
pills nmke troiilile. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets prevent it. Thcir's
is the nntnrttl way. iNck Hcailache,
ISilioiisncss, Constipation, Indisres-
tion, and all derangements of the
Liver, Stomach and lion-els are pre
vented, relieved and cured. Small
est, cheapest, easiest to take.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be
L0VF.LL DIAMOND CYCLES
For Ladie and
pneumatic cuviion ana soitd Tires
S4 C crsti tm
lotrw f Oaem.
JOHN P. L0VELL ARMS CO
REID'S GERM COM
11 KIDNEY CURE.
A summer cold is a disagreeable
thing. It comes from exposure to the
dews of evening, or to the night air,
and is almost always followed by an
attack of malaria or by cholera mor
bus. When you feel chilly, which is
the first ivmptom, take a dose of
REID'S GERMAN COUGH AND
KIDNEY CUKE. This great remedy
is the best thing for throat complaint
and obstinate maladies that arise from
a cold, as asthma, catarrh- and bron
chitis. All of these tugin with a cold
that is neglected until" it becomes a
settled disease. REID'S GERMAN
COUGH AND KIDNEY CURE con
tains no poison and it can be taken
freely and given to children without
danger. It is a never failing remedy
for croup and will relieve the worst
case instantly. Ask your druggist for
it and do not let him give you any
thing else. Small bottles 25 cents,
large ones 50 cents.
SYLVAN REMEDY CO., Peoria, I1L
kwruMtta ta qn. Taor lcal 4rir U artln to yvm- 0a
VTON AMZALYA MofMOC CWCAAO.
tw-MtMK tai rnwj y ro.
STAnjlliO boons Onlf
Tke TtTM B.aM.
8anu for wholmii prto.
un. Blxlocx Mra 00.
a Lo it.lt ioait.Mo
nn imT RF DfCFIVFII
nh Palter faijiiek. and Flint
ti.. ftTTirl Inlnr. tlM lnm.?n4 barn off.
nwRiUmtSoa store Foils. U Bcli.im;aa
My niece, Emeline Hawley, was,
taken with spitting blood, and she
became very much alarmed, fearing
that dreaded disease. Consumption.
She tried nearly all kinds of. medi
cine but nothing did her any good.
Finally she took German Syrup and
she told me it did her more good
than aS thing she ever tried. It
stopped ths? trfood, gave her strength
and ease, and a good appetite. I
had it from her own lips. Mrs.
Mary A. Stacey, Trunibull, Conn.
Honor tti German Syrup.
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