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TrtF, AlMUiKSATCTinAV. DKCKMHKIl L 1SW3.
I Net See l Rd or Work
l v Artificial Lthl.
: ..f Catarrhal Trouble
,n in Farlv Childhood.
i, !, , . I Kclicf from the Firet
i.t at the MacUlionsui
i! u-titnte ami Is Xw
, , i:."t".ro l Xoni-
, ,;Yi-. Until Jai. 1.
n- i rr-ii'J.t had ivrn me
i i..t'g time before I went
r. tnel.hotre nnil
t v'n men,
. .1 M i l'.r:ii'!i
.;.,! r. X.
i m;HM.l lM.
. ! i !ie more or lr m
, ! v !,f ." l or.tiiiiii"! Mr.
. - 1 a: '
u.'i'M i iil.e tliy Vc In
I-' I II : II . I Ilk JM'Vcri'
i mt'l thri ng.i tin
i ' In if"' '!:' f
IT WAS A LUCKY SHOT
IT SAVED A r.GCKY MOUNTAIN HU.N-
Ten's Lire f.vz Tir.:es.
Uo Toot Cod Aim. en J V.'ticnoac Waa
Cuce Moro IU-t.ircil Itc CouutcJ fp FJv
lH"aJ Hudlcs-Sio V.'omler II I. Culled
famous Morj Teller.
A gronp of men wore itiag on tho
hotel rwh "swr.ppiag- yams. "Some
people do r.nt believe ia Inch; well, I da,
and HI ti ll yoa why." raid t;,c traveler
a ho paused and deliberate! v put l:is
rlulit l?g acrnsa tho knee of hir. left anil
pensive ly iwa thn itm t Tiia
nlmrg. AneTtr":;- pHH their -er,r, for tiro
traveler v.-ai a famous story toll, r, aad
a'l rislitly judged that hi retner'..-was
Int the irelndetalhe recital or caoof
"VVlr n I wssroRJO 15 yrcr3 yonn-rcr
than 1 am now.- continue.! the trnvciiT.
-I wa rxcxtliagly foad or licntin?.
Quo f;.:: in;.' Kvo U tUU sport lcj rae t j
kD u IttiNtins t ij ia the T.liy wnna
tair.i. I traj ambitions and wanted to
rdil a f.ritzly U..r kia an.l n few !'
heads to lay c.d!ctti.in c.I trop'.:io4, n,i
i:u-i.!. t.ta:iy. i.' it Cl;t bc to k.t y.
,u!itUiswaU aa Iru.;u tv.o.
'W 11. f.,r tv.-o . rcs I hr.ntcd with
ont p-ttias fi-lit or hair or Iraci of ir
U ar or ladi.-ui. na 1 tl:o thin? wan l.c
pirr.ins ti p t immutonoun. when ouo
afti riiiK a f..nrd uw travi rf in. tlio IkiI
tom of n r:jyo:i. I wa alone, my
guid.; having ri'i.i.ujird in camji oa nc
ruaiit or a ftjiraincd unkK Tiio lied of
ihorunyon n r-nt with An-p fiK.ir.ru
and i-i votiNl with rcat ro-k. and its
lil.a tVi-rn n-n. .1 r...l i r
til Ml lidT. a ii. ,.,., , . r. ,; .
. . . --...v. ... .v..,.rt iii;iu. j;ri"v. ami:?
' thf r and .itii4a of thr itanyon, aad
j t l.;icd to i;nd wiiuc of the aui:n::l liore
n. . r, ,,f Tin-., Cil,,lit , ,t (lf
r.- il al.!r or.t in ...,.?!,. 1.1 ..1.
. . "fit v avis 1117 .Ill.i.ii
w;;h hli faco toward inc. Ila was iio
in? tao tir FnTicinii.y. aa.l I f art-J
tLuit I wou'.J i:nt pi t a k.u ti.t L:ia nnltM
1 wa inU'!; alxutt it. AiTnr l::;-,!v I
tl.r w t ty rite : my 1 honl !r. nnd tiik
ir ? hnnty aim ..t tUu liraid. li :t foreli-nd
-I was totally r.niirr;rcl for tho
rtarllir.s rt. t of that Mint. Alntont r.t
thfin.-:nnti.;y fing r :rts.--fl tl. triLjrcr
1 :i n.
M i rv fai! : in fart. I
. h.r. a riii nearly all
!. t liad !n in the
N'ont viinsU Hvry
n . .ftm.-nilation of
! mvrp in tho haml
if thr ta'kluar
tf. t rx j rii ni r 1 ri- : tin-rv ramu a jmft of whitp remise from
fi: tri uttm nt. and ; i i,lbt a tiH-k m-iw 8i ri; ji on tl:
th in rvT iH-f.irr. All OM fit-ttr ride it t'.:o ratrim.nii t i-.w- r
- T ai.t.m arr von.-. 1 Indian l.-nji tj hit. f.it t.aly tn tM l.uh
. ..... .. -...,,,,.,.., ui'au. wuiie i.x inr eaate lu'.aient n J :rrr-
. ci. ' ln'ii nnd I'aitii l , ln,T rcr.-ani. i-tn:::lv tcini-i t,.:u SA.
1 4 r-tly oyer lav ?i. r.iiiK.'d nie to lri.k
1 N 1 .'I. J VMULT uinVkTy uji. hi tht midair, with pnrt
f - nmntli rate f..r catarrh 'trt.-hrU er.;l - S!:::tT
! .r.. a-r, ha, un wtrti.lo.1, ! ln-'ai.M a ta uattiia l;oa
- ! - t.-;nnrd rr.ti! January ! I'"Jy r."t M drop ..n my head. I
I'.iri,,- th.. ,Hriml ,,;j -W '';'''-. A- .lid ro my
f r tn .rmrni f,,r all otl.-r R,K,ff:.fr,! Vltlt r. for I
11. 1. 1 jiuii- -i tiiT.v:y 'm t n .am. snr.ice.
Whirll now I.:r tint tv.-a fn-t fr.aa 1:10.
with l:is Imt.i! nured r ay to Htri!: .
fore I i:r.:l in;i':e a laovcau-nt ti
A -.fetid riymlf fretn thi tie ili::r
TO MAKE FARMERS OF THEM.
Torli Poor IIojt, to lie Trmlmd ky
the Children's AM feiriety.
Mr. Joseph M. W'iiito of this city has
bo-ight for tho Cbil.-lrcn'a Aid rociety a
1C aero farm. The soeicty pnrpoaca
here to csta'oIiKb a farm training school
for tho olUur boys who coiae nuder its
Tho (jaesition of what to do with la U
of frc.a 14 to 18 years old haa long trou
bled the society. Many farmers arc nn
willing to take city hoys of that age who
have bx-n picked n;i from the s!ans and
have never had any training. They can
do something in tho way of ccrreclion
for the'yonagtr boys, bat very little
when they ero inoro than 14.
It was dec ided that a farm on which
the boys conld rro-ivo stnic training in
ngricnltnro as well as religions instruc
tion, would solve the difitnlty. T'uoso
boys v.-ho proved iheirsclvcs williug to
work nad behave themselves coald be
sent to farm-rs' homos, while those who
showed no disposition to get along could
be retnrcd to the city.
A ce,:nniitiee of tho board cf trustees
advertised far a snitablo farm and soon
had aboct 10 nndcr cotisidi ration. Cfcio
of theae. two milr north of Kensico oa
tho Harlem railroad, seemed tho lest.
bat it wa.s beyond the reach of the soci
ety, which had oaly abort ClO.OOO'to
licnd half the sna rr.ircu.
Mrs. White heard .f the corr.mitte's
troubles cbont three months nga She
offered to bay the f;irm ontriht for the
society on condition that it would np
prop: i; te i!:e f.rt,rM it had intended to
espend to r.n endowment fand.
tiho male one other condition that
the lioyson tile fe.rai shoaldrecivc daily
r di:i,.s irstmct;: n. The RH n tv of
course niTeed. lira. Whitn nlso aided
tl incra tit the erdowmiit faivt
The deed f..r the farai is now ia the so
ciety's hut ids.
The boyj wiil K.fcep r.n:Vra f.rm dij
ciplinu. I; i-i not cspected to l.t-.-p them
on the fia-m umr.? thJa a fciv months
t-.iclu It ir. tlionl.t ia th;:t time it can
bo defrn.im d whether they uve worthy
to go into private hutaes.
One 1 r two 1 met teal farrarrs wiil be
on Liitvl to direct the efforts of tho boys.
Thep.-.iduce raided wi!l Ik; sc'.d in the
ntighVuring vtliii or Fiat to this city
for rV.Jo. It l.o;-.d ia tliis way to kiep
the c-speares of tho farm r.t 11 minimr.m.
The society espc.-ts to Lave from i.vj
to bys t!:ere wl.ca c-verj thiug gets
into matting order. "
In the 40 year- e,f it.-, cai:;ter.ce ths
(TiiiMn n's Aid ratiety has foand homes
cn farms for 7.i.r:Jliomele b:ys aad
guls. It has longtu-fired naeh a place
as that pri.rid.ii by irs. White, whera
it conld give the elder boys some prelim
inary tr:itiii:.7 Ircforj n-rding tiiem into
tho homos of the farmers. Xow York
A EOO'JC A:.!ir.!CAJ.
A MAN WHO FOR FIFTEEN YEARS HAS
BEEN PICKING UP THINGS.
1 Few Item From tt:e "i.tcboak or Char
,4 t'ooplo VJ10 Forget Portable Prop
erty Fmbrellaa Uead tho List of For-'
Co! ten Belonging,
Whentver during tho daytime a New
York. Xow Haven and Hartford train
rolls into the Grand Central depot a stoop
shouldered, little man. with keen, pray
eyes and a beard that doesn't grow' with
sufficient Inxarianee to require freqnent
trimming, strolls down to the end of tho
platform. When thn train stops and
while tho most laggard of the passengers
r.re still leisurely alighting, he hops nim
bly on the rear platform of the last car
and proceeds to literally "go through"
tho train. Sometimes a mnch excited
I patsenger who has suddenly recollected
that lie has fargottca something rushes
madly back into the train and discovers
his portable property in the hands of tho
little man. Then, if he is of a suspicions
dispoMtu.a, he glares and scowls at the
little inn, and sometimes pounces upon
him nnd ind:(aan;!y demands to be told
iv hat he is doing with "that."
Then a tired look comes into the lirtlo
man's face and ho mildly explaina that
he is employed by tho company to search
incoming trains for articles left ljohiml
by passengers, which hs conveys to toe
lest property room, where the ownrrs
an always v. t possession of them agaiu
by fiiraihing prt.-nmptivoeviib ucothat
the tLings belong to them.
When Charlie that is what tho other
employees alnjat tho depot call him, al
though ho has another name wHi.-h ap
pear u the payrolls of tho company
first I gaa this work, his b-ard wasn't
tinged with srav. and he wasn't a bit
i st'P shoaldcro.1. That was 15 years
ingo.. All those years, from 6:'l iii tho
! menaag ar.til C,:,j at uisrut each Any, hj
i i:as bj-a picking np things ti.at carol, ss
pass-.T.gers mve forotten to take with
thorn when they left the train.
It would make any man rtocp shoul
dered t.) bo ccntinnallv lookintr f-..r
i things that long. Bnt his eyes are as
I keen a icver, and his honesty is still proof
j against all temptations. If that wero
t not the ca--e. ha cmi'd Iwvo retired with
, a snv.g little espitaL From the jiocbet
j books and pr.rs.3 and "wads" that he
has found while par.-.aing his nui.-pte cc
1 cn;tion ho could have slipped enongb
into Uis own pocSet lo render lam quite
ma le proportionately
tog!n tretitmrnt lnr
11 "t nom'.uat rhargiv
in .1 at the name rate
S'ackro-jse Wed'cs! I.isiitute.i .-.
1 i.11 i. I Al Kill H Mi, M. V.
J"nK! II A. !VX!K! M. 1.
k.wii I. Niet 11
i:n t.ui.. itritntM
.''. nr. T kr f nirtl'ii-.l
I W ten 10' D.di aae tans Itr its.
.. T 1 p r -nun Mr -la lull-d
' In. in vni'lliD I a :ir-n. Alliens
"i. I e. Ei, N.w. ', ar-.il "!
- ? 1 11. li Fin- . li'iinl an I Skin Pin-
i-, 1 ' r , ., vp.
- ' m. I., titn ,t. t-.n.lt lo
1 t ' r. . .v.. 4 5 p. m. ,m',y
'.In- ..rr of 1ti;utl-t.
s;.i.l to :.h'iw that yonng
1. : 1 t: ;i:i r.ver.iae attain full 1
nty cntil ti.iy arrive r.t j
' - v. :;r-. 1'r.ifi r-.-xir Ht-heiller
:-t-.a.;th- r r ttit ..f hii!- j
. ti.i.t voting iiii-n lioii' t attain 1
. ..-.iirenf tiieiria-tital iucul- !
... ;. .ir of it-,-... A rbrrwd j
11 u.l ti.at "in.itst lii:'ii are
! : ;.- :ire '',' and little Imyj nn
and this arenr ls with the
' ' la.iuhoiHi niii:'h was fiTfd
'",' .lie Ktieietit Hebrews nnd
-.1 n:as Miller 2Iunthly.
.' t. : to. whili? p-.lnti.ig "The
: -nr." Ml fnmi hU m-affold
a t' liafn! Pijnry In the leg.
i - ,f np and would not e-o
i-u-io Ko.uint. a c 'lelir.it '?il
' i!.i by ureid.'iit to Sep him.
'1 ti.r doors fioeed. X UUV
. ii - went intoth" cellar and
tl- fi niulClM haoI An
. r "i.rf. rrs.llti ilis. His
pi v-ii i.ai would not leave
Mlit him otit of the lecnl-
u wu r.i"ii iiiean-:i:e io:: i:.o imoy oi t.ie
f.s lit':. I'ae in in
r tv.ii;. iinl tai n, to
my i:rprie. lay stiii. I had rot had
time n recover from t!:e t-.-rr.-ir and ns
toniiil.mrt.t c.ttioi'd by there htart!:::;; in
ciih tit.--, when my ear were reeted with
a temf.c lull owm. tnd ooi:t.f- r.p tho
raryoli 1 saw the eiS ch.iriag down
lt;ion lae. I v.'airied a'.Miut. int. i; iitig to
nek safety in Kt-i.t. wiien. to ciy r.t.cr
finfnMoti. not a dozen loot away aal i".t
rectly ia thep.it ii 1 must pr-.rsv.e if I con
tinued my tin:!:: a mo-.mcr rrUaly bear
r.'aril hi'.uself r.p on hts hind h;n atid
with wide ope a m.iath rashe.l tor lac.
I was in n:i nwful !-,itnatio:i. 1 coald see
no p.ossible way of escaping. Oa ti:e
ri-.:ht hand was tln perp ai'ti'-a'.or wall
of the la'iyon and on tin Lft a deep
rliaMiu l!ef .)re was the tr. i.-.a!y U ar.-.nd
U hind the ru.h:ngc!k. L) -alii faced lae
whatever w.-.y I tttmcL Itr.ist 1 may
never fee! the horror of that laotiient
again. Th"tri7.::ly b -tir rprattg forward
to rehta and enwh out lay life v.-ith V.is
rtnmg ar:ns. ati-l the elk gr.vo .-. mighty
bouuil. his lingo horus lowcn-J reaily to
tran.ifis my lwniy.
"At that m-.itmait my heari r.eo:ned to
rink inta my bouts, nnd I fell fiat upon
the ground. With u crash like that of
the collision or two locomotives, the ani
mals met over my prostrate form. Tho
terrific momentum of the elk lnrc him
self and tii he ir over my body. For
about live fcecoti.lt there was a tn mon
dial struggle: tiinu both boasts fell,
locked together, lo the ground, and in a
moment mure had expired. One or tiie
sharp 1 f? ",c hriii of the elk laid
p.erovd the heart of the griaiy. nu.i tho
elk's week had bee-ti broken by the lnnr
in his ileatb straggle. I btmnded to my
feet, not ku.iwtng whetlier to run or
ntutid still, so sudden, so terrible aad no
ntnv had been tiie dangera which had
! Clnlmetl r.e a Mllitr.t-y MnTiesI Eian.
lurr. le.it llse t'l.lire NultlM il slim.
Tiie poli'.v have licen earnestly seeking
and have jn.t foaad r.n impn b nt sv:n
ttler. wjjo has lieen tradivg. ii "j ee.asid
trrublv proiit. for so-.:,e time past upon
the soi-'d name nndsonud bnainrss credit
c:f tiie Uni'.e.l f '.tat s le-itioa. II.. calls
himrelf lr. Alkia of tne iiecoa.l l" cited
States l-'ri'.i-osi g-.;:ird3, and he pro-'
cinced. v. hrtiev-i r ai.'aed for credentials,
which was tiir dy the case, a tH-C'.-G;;sly
printed doeraii-.it sirti. d "J. II. L:ty
ard." ceriifyitig that the ln-arrr had b. eu
api-ointed "mt ai.'i.l ofiicer au.'i militayr
attache or tho Asm ricau embaufy, r.t a
rtdary of T'iO per annum, terui'r.abieby
sis mouths' notice on i ither side."
The acoutidri 1 had a nnifo.m a3 pro
terque as tia-.t of th ilocti.r cf the Amer
ican Dragoon gnardfi m:gi:t be expected
to be. bnt clothed in it he Immunol to
i captivate the fancv of several respLcta
I Allrin was r.tTerted yesterday at the
roucinsiort of a meteorij vi:itt. Donme
1 mouth. Hi? wus reciveJ ta that pleas
ant town with distinguished honor, ns
i:e pasi.ed liiuiseir i2 us an itisjieeting
i oiihi r of the r.yr.'. ar; tilery. Such was
' his ennsainmate impudence that heacru
i ally did inspect the liK-al artillery and
i nfterward the coast ptard, highly com
mending the efiiciency of the latter liody
i and promising to forward a favorable re-
port to the admiralty. New York Sun's
! Lcudon Letter.
Oysters in bulk and can, received daily direct from Baltimore; r:
Pressed Tin keys.
Oranges, Itananas, Malaga Urapes. IVars and
Choice Katinj and Cooking Apples.
Pitted Cherries, Dried llasjdierrie. 151a-k-b.-rries.
reared Teaches, Prui ells. Prunes. Apri
cots, Pears, Nectarines, Dates and !"ig;s.
Koij-.tefort, Froiuage De Hre, Edam, Froniac
Comcmbcrt, Club House, Tino Apple, Comembert.
Extra Double C.eam, Imported and DomeMio
Swiss, I'tii-k, Limbtirer, Hand Cheese and Sap-sa?o.
thrwitiiicil me. Uitt everjtmng was
f mind Into which bu had 1 nniet. and all t;y flM A r",r'-' 'cad.
.w lurk Times. "Oa investigation I found that my
- . riCo littll had stmck the elk at th base
M-r r..l.lli ti, rur, wlicrj thf lx:i is thick
I r -. .hiia;r In wiiieh the bride ' nn;l lianl. and after partially rtnnniug
I even th" trivlitioaul liridul j b:m had glamid diagonally across the
r i.wn sown to th revailiiig oiayoti and rcctl tho braiu of the In
ii urutions have not Uwine Uiati. who. coticinlcd behind a rock, was
t nil. They hi-.il some rogue ' uHj,rt to fire nixm mo. lit? shock of the
" in Iinn.leu. Irat were oalr ball mi bien snfiiineiit to deflect tho
ii. t ropi.il. over lire. There J MiJU f t lie Indian cmntgb to can him
ti.iiiir wbi4 rUangebssnrwi j to miss tusnnd to pierce the heart of the
ir nii.wailal.li'. ami one or , monnbun lion just n i.e raomuai tie
sprang njicn tne from a cleft in t-o ruckn
above my lr-'4L Tiie lion landed n;
the rnttlcsanke and crushed the lifo ont
of him befow he had h id time to strike,
and tUeclk-ind U'o If" iu Ihtireuger
fccsc to kill l'ie liad destroyed each other.
"I call that a lne-jr shot, rtt least tor
Hie. K-cansw it saved my life five times
and was the let'ith of r.n Indian, a grhwly
bear, an elk. rattlesnake nnd a tnenn
tain botu" - "
And tho tl veler ilcllbcratcly removed
tbo right leg fro thw kneo of the left
ami glam.-ed npv. arU with the look of a
map -ho is confident that he is a favor
ite of Pridcncc. CUicaao Tribaae.
white weililir.,f gm-n "f 1
' f inv.'of the fntnre will bs a
,;' ' if .Mu hian afford a Urvlis for
I In Wsmertmntynlonr titer
r! ;'' .iitii'n fan hts. and la the
' i'"8..':. with uu owmnhip of
i. r.-. Toe Valao of the land U
'' at TtK'.tHio.nml the earn
' Hi w oii.en ngrregttJ $I.8."I.5J0.
"!-':rr l..U I he world in tbe fiTO
!;," '' ' I Klas J -wels. such as are used
"l s T . 1 1 . . . ..1.. Tl 1. t- . t
k s uo wm IS UUiW mf
iiardr ly in asaata.
A State For 1 nil inns.
The recent umd rush into tiie Indian
territory, by which (i.tKHi.(Kll) or acres
were in a d.iy covered by a motley crew
of settler.. Ian J speculators and ndvea
tnrers, is b-it part of a plan which con-teuiphiti-s
ctill frrcater changes' in that
region. The sixteenth w?ctioa of tiie In
dian uppropriatioa bill, approved at the
closj of last session, provides that the
president shall appoint three com mission
cm to tiif,-ot:ate with tiie five civilized
trilies of the Indian Territory Tor the ex
tinguishment or Indian or tribal title
and to take the necessary ste for Ms
erection into "a state of statea." Each
of theoo commirsiouers is to have a sal
cry of fc-i.WiO a year and "their reason
able nud 1 roper cxponsi-s'" and shall
have a secretary, rtcuogrnpher and in
terpreters. "ii ty thousaail dollars were
provided for the espendiinrus of this
coinmission. The agreement they may
make are to lie stbntitted to congress for
its ratification. Washingt on Simcial.
. i .
Chun ti nnil Faster Fxiwtled.
At a meeting of the (J roe lie county
(Mo.) Captist uiWit-iatioii recently tiii'.er
J. 21. Carter, as well cs t'.ie- Ash Orove
laptist church, was iin llefl for heresy.
Carter held that the rinils of the wicked
simply dissolved, and. that they met no
fntnre punishment. A majority of his
congregation voted to sustain him. The
association ousted the whole .congrega
tion. Chicago later Ocean.
Louilon ami Zola,
The following interostins letter ap
peared last week in the Loudon Times:
To tiie Kill I or of Tta Tini.w
Ml;-1 obarrve llial M. 'm lias liml an eiw
tliui.loi.tie n-nptbm hy the l.ml niaynr nud
Mvpta of liniliin. Nut Ioiik n jo a nian aa
prisoned fur mlluhh:S M. uU's works la
losBiioa, U this t:KOoau-nr or wbatr
Tuere are no Llaais ia his daily rec
ords. Sever a . O.av rces br- thr.t l-.o
i dofsn't Cad B.miothin that "soir.eb.xly
, has forgot t'm. Ho picks up fewer things
on ousiaays inaa oa any other clays, lie
canse on S.indays travel is comparative
ly light, and passengers Urc njt to lo
h-ss preocc r.pied with bnsiness cares and
therefore not so likely to forget things.
Cu some days his list of articles fonnd
oil the incoming trains is quite a formi
I This, fcr fr.rtanne. ii what he turned
j into the lost property room on Aug. lTi
; Thirteen umbrelias, two rings (one plain
; goia atnl one wit h diamonds), one over
j coat, one package c.J loyrd laoers, one I
s.wiiPt, 'uiic tauy r jacket, ite Derby
I hat, oi:e valise, one ta'ie. one car.o, cue
i fiiSirago of underwear, one mackintosh
j aud onepacketbao!:.
And this is v. hat he fr.nd on Aug. 27:
Seven umbrellas, one p:ir;'.:H--!, one shawl.
! one overcoat, one pair of ehoes, one pack
j aa-e containing a rait of clothes, one pair
j of Kiiecinclcs. erne parse, cmo flask of
whisky and one smelling liottle.
When the articles are taken to the lost
property room, tiiey are labeled with the
. .'.are oa which they are found and the
I rnmlier of the tram. Xeariy all tiie ar
i tides that have any intrinsic value aro
j redeemed. Tho rest are simply rtored
' nwiiy tor tho gnawing tooih of time to
j prey upon.
Charlie is of tho opinion, and rurolr
; he may bo regarded as r.n e.vpert on the
subjox-t. that everj-'ooily is liable to for-
: get soaiething ut come time or other.
, Umbreilas aro the arti. I03 that are mo-t
fncnieiiily left behind on the trains by
travelers. The man who coald deviso
an infallible system by which the owner
of an nmbnila would alv:tys be sure to
! reaicmlier ii would reap n fortune,
i Chtirlio has tried hi3 own vits at it, bnt
was forced to give it up.
Ho has come to tiie conclusion that a
, state of ecstatic happiness, equally with
; one of intense preoccupation, is apt to
: produce forgetfnlnoss of portable prop
erty, lie has discovered that newly
t married brides and grooms are qnito as
apt to forget the little things they may
' be tarrying with them,, as tlje man wlic
, has got so mnch business on' his hnti.ts
. he ciui't think et anything else. Tiie
man who never travels without a flask
or whisky seldom forgets it. Terhaps
that is Ih ccuso the net of putting it into
; his rfockct iiiimeiiia'.ely after taki'ia; a
1 nip fcns been ko often repeated that it
I belongs to tlio category of unconscious
i cerebrat ion.
j It is rot an infrequent thing fcr a man
1 to leave a stovepi'ie hat on the rack and
i walk out of the car with a little-skull
cap crj. lint wboa he gets into th?
' tin-eta the small boys are 3r.re to shout,
I "Shoot the hat!" or "Where did yon get
) thnt hat?" Then hcMtrMTerg the wa.
; take that he bus made, bat tiie fact that
I he is never grateful to the small lmyg
i for reminding him of it and never re-
wards the-iu mast be rogarded as evi
; deuce of that pcrrorcity inherttent in
human batnro which so often puzile
j the philosopher.
Charlie ia of the -opinion that some
' people would forgot their own mothers-
in-law if they had half a chance. There
ii one -man whose umbrella he has picked
up in the train ro often that he has lost
track of the number of times. And yet
that same man has told him frequently
that he never leaves the house with his
umbr. 11a thnt his wife doesn't say to
him, "Now. dear, be sure yon don't for
get yo ir nurorella."
Wotoen, so Charlie has for.ad, are
even more apt to leave things behind
thorn in the cars tiaa men. New York
Our Canned (lands Department is the largest
and finest selected in the citv.
Spiange. Head Ixtlucc Oyster
Cress, Tarsloy, Cauliflower, lUdishe. : ' .
Pantry Stores! ;';'.7
Lemon and t)ranfre Peal, Citro. PIm
ding-. Vastizza, Cleaned Currants. Saltoni Caltttl .V
and ariaus other articles in this line tUat
ki'pt hv a lirt-tlass srroccr.
Fancy Bottled Goods. .
O ie, Pick. 1, Walnuts, Stuffed Olives. Frettk;
Peas, String Iteans, Lima Beans. Maskrooas. -Caper.
Succotash, Preserved Strawberries, P""'
served Cherries. Preserved Apricots. PieaeM ;
- -- - 4 -
Peaches, Mixed Fruit, Pickeled Onions, CoV5
.flower. Imported Vinegar, Cncnmber -Catsery, -if-
Clam Ooailin, Popper Sauce,'. and.- handfil
otJicr articles in this line which we . hare Kt ' -.
space ta mention. . " ' - . '. '
Crackers. ' '
i . : ? '
I?enton"s Water Crackers, KennedjrV Loe j.
Itranc-h Zephere! tes. Kennedy's Home-SBade Cia
ger Snaps, Lexington Mixed Cakes and CracknelU. '-'
We have alsa a choice line of fresh caniv and nuts for table use. Yea
will save money by buying your groceries from us. ' v .
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