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PALMER LEADS STILL.
Only one Ballot at Sprin;fieli today-
and no Change.
Adjournment Taken With na Pr
peet r a Break la the Deadlock
Spbingfield, Jan. 22. Special
Both houses met in joint seat ion ut 12
o'clock today. But one ballot was tken
which showed no change from yesterday.
Republicans moved to adjourn. F. M. B
A. men voting with the republicans
There are no tangible rumors.
Ancit-ut Books of Cluy.
Far away beyond the plains of Mesopo
tamia, on the banks of the rii'er Ti'.rris, lie
the ruins of the ancient cityff Nineveh.
Not long since htitre inounil.s of earth and
fctoue marked t be place; here the- u I aces
and walls of tlie proud capital i.f the yreat
Assyrian eir.pire stood. The spade and
scraper, first of the French end then of
the Kns:lish, have cleared all the earth
away and laid bara all that reuiatns of the
old streets and palaces where the proud
princes of Assyria walked and lived. The
gods they worshiped and the books they
read have all been revealed to vhe siht of
a wondering world.
The most curious of all the things pre
served in this wonderful manner are the
clay books of Nineveh. The chief library
of the city was contained in the Palace of
Kanyunjik. The clay books which com
posed its contents were sets of t ablets cov
ered with very small letters. The tablets
are all oblong in shape, and when several
of them are used for one book the first line
of the tablet, following was wr tten at the
end of the one preceding it. The writing
was done when the clay of the tablet was
soft; it then baked to harden it. Rich
tablet was numbered just as librarians of
today number the books of which they
have charge. Philadelphia Telegraph.
Tt is well known that in Spain the meth
ods of "courting" are often exceedingly
singular. Generally the lover :igniiies his
choice by coming for three successive even
ings with a guitar and singing a serenade
under the fair one's window, a id if he is
regarded by the young woman's 'pa rents as
an eligible candidate be is invited into the
In Andalusia, a Spanish province, a still
more singular custom has lately lten ob
served. When a young man t :iere aspires
to the baud of a young lady i.e calls for
three successive days at her patents' house
at the same hour. The thin, day he al
ways brings a cane, and goes away leaving
it iH-hind him, apparently fortri tting it.
If his suit is regarded with favor the
young girl keeps the cane, and gives it
back to him when he calls tl e next day.
This makes him her ailiauced Lushainl.
Dut if, on the contrary, the y nmg man's
Fuit is not pleasing to the fan ily his cane
is thrown out of the window into the
street. This is regarded as a ( elicate way
of te!!i;i l.im th:U he need nor. come again,
and tin young man, who hn lingered near
meanwhile, reads his own fatei'i the iii'lig
nity put upon h; walking siic.i Youth's
A Letter on a sliel .
A rather novel letter on exhibition in
Washington is in the form of a pretty pink
shell, on which is inscribed .1 Ii-iu'it -
sage. There was twenty-one ei uts postage
due when it reached its owner, but she de
clined to pay that much, even f.ir the
novelty in the way of a letter, and it had
to be sent to the dead letter ollice.
A pair of woodpeckers of most brilliant
plumage hang in one corner of a cum, and
are there 1 .ecuu.se they are unclaimed.
They arc ."an.Ted with sawdu-U, and are
finished in the highest style of 'he taxider
mist. Cor. St. Louis Globe-Denocr.it.
A Michigan doctor who hits spent years
among the Indians says that the Indian
medicinu men have no standard remedy
for even the simplest ailment. They can't
break a chill or stop a fever, tut trust to
luck and the first handy compound to pull
them through. Detroit Free Press.
Just t'.ie Opposite.
"My dear," began Mr. Bloob lrnper.
"Don't call me dear!" snappe 1 Mrs. Blc.o
buniper. "You made me feel very cheap
by contradicting me lt'fir the company a
while ago. '' Epoch.
Effect or Heat ami Klertritil y an Gold.
It hits heen proved that the i tost violent
heat ot our glit-s house furnaces will not
cause gold to volatilize, or go off in vapor,
thougii silver and many ot he- metala are
vaporized at this high tempe-ature. An
ounce of gold was kept for a n onth in the
hottest part of a glass house furnace, and
did not lose weight. However, a still more
violeut iieat will volatilize it: by submit
ting gold to the beat of a blast furnace, for
instance, the metal may be seen to rise in
fumes, which will attach then-selves to a
plate of silver suspended about five inches
above the molten gold, bo as to gild it.
A moderately strong electric discharge
will volatilize gold in the form of a beauti
ful violet colored vapor. In ibis experi
ment, if we make use of a gildt d silk cord,
the electric discharge carries off all the
gold, leaving the silk intact. Like all met
als, gidd is a good conductor ol electricity,
but there would le no ndvant tge in using
it for telegraph wires or lightu ng conduct
ors, as copper is a much better conductor
than gold. Chambers' Journal.
The Dominion of Canada unbraces to-
day under the federal government the en
tire territory of British North America, in
cluding the islands, with the exception of
Newfoundland, which has so tar preferred
to remain outside the confederation. Thin
vast area Ls divided into seven provinces
and four territories. The pro-.-inces are as
follows, taken in the order of their popu
lation and wealth: Ontario, Quebec, Nova
Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Prince
Edward Island and British Co: nmbia. The
four territories, which mcludt' vast areas
of prairie land in the great northwest.
very thiuly populated, are Alberta, Assini
bola East, Assinibola West and Saskat
chewan. Chicago Herald.
The wooden wedding is celel rated on the
fifth anniversary of the marriage, the tin
wedding on the tenth, the cry? tal wedding
on the fifteenth, the linen wedding on the
twentieth and the silver wedding on the
twentv-fifth. The next is the golden wed-
Hinff on the fiftieth anniversary: the dia
mond wedding is on the sfattiet i. Harper's
Love has no respect for locks, at the
average bald-beaded man can testily.
AN UNHOLY PARROT.
Txi4r.es AdTante of Bit Maxter and Dis
turbs a Congregation.
One of the flourishing and hannv Catho
lic congregations of the city is that spirit
ually cared for by Father Kelly. The
church is located at the stock yards, and
the priest is a great avorite with both old
and young. Ilejs as popular out of the
pulpit w be is in it. Father Kelly, so the
story runs, has a parrot of which tie is ex
tremely fond. It is a very intelli-nt bird;
Is decidedly garrulous, and, moreover, has
the faculty of always saying the right
thing in tee right place, a feat that not
all two leggetl birds without feathers, as
Thomas Carlyle calls the human race, can
rather Kelly keeps this bird in hisstudv.
ami many an hour of lucubration and
labor is broken into by this talkative par
rot.--. Net l)iig ago, on one particular Sun
day morning, just before the beginning of
the Sunday services, the father happened
to lie very much engrossed with bis work.
And :m parrots are sometimes quit as per-vc-.-e
as sarnie men nnd women, it kept up
i continual jabbering, much totheannoy-
.".nee or the pr.e.-t.
Admonirioti after admonition was ad
ministered, but to n purpose, and, finally
losing his pat ii-nor at the persistent talk
ing of I'oiiy, he --pened the door of the
caw, and taking out the bird be soundly
boxed its head. Potly wan very crestfallen
over this punishment, ami for the remain
der of the time the father remained in his
study was silent and sulleu. By and by
the t i.sk was over, and the priest entered
the churt.h by the sidi door, forgetting to
close the door of his residence securely. It
swung open agaiu aud remained open.
Polly had not leen replaced in his cage,
aud it was free to do as it pleased.
For a little while it amused itself climb
ing over the articles of furniture, and then
the not ion seized it that it would like to
follow in the steps of its master. It bop
k?1 down from the chair to the floor and
then about the room, aud gradually made
its way to the door that Father Kelly bad
left ojH-n. It hopped out of the door on
the church steps, and up the steps it
jumped and entered within the portals of
the sacred edifice. In the church it was
dazed for a while, and before, an aggress
ive movement was decided upon it spent
some time in an investigation. Soon the
familiar voice of its master struck Pol
ly's ear. Father Kelly could not be at once
located, but the intelligent parrot followed
the sound, and it was Dot long before it
had hopped about to a position that gave it
a view of the well known person deliver
ing the morning sermon from the pulpit.
With as little ado as possible it climbed
up into one of the vacant rear pews, and
when it bad reached a commanding posi
tion it sung out with all the lung power at
its command: "God save Ireland! Ixng
live Father Kelly!" It is needless to re
niark that the interruption, wholly unex
pected and unjustifiable, spread consterna
tion for a moment among the worshipers.
Father Kelly, however, knew the parrot's
voice and knew bis favorite expressions
too well to Ik indignaut over the interjec
tion of these irrelevant remarks. IJ.it he
was t: ::riy overcome by the merriment
that was i.atiirnlly caused by an apparition
of this kind. Chicago Post.
The (rt'fii n:i.
'The carrying of cloth bags which close
with a string h;is be.-ome so common that
such a bag is no longer a sign of a lawyer
even a green bag, for certain men of lit
erary or newspaper pursuits have ventured
to carry their manuscripts back and forth
in bags of pure legal green. However, gen
tlemen of other professions, if they do not
care to lie taken for lawyers, will still
choose black broadcloth rather than green
for these extremely convenient receptacles.
The subject reminds t he Listener of a
true story. Not long ago Mr. Alpheus
More-Gage, a chain tier lawyer of great
ability but. small practice, and even smaller
stature, was traveling homeward with a
well stuffed green bag under bis arm, when
a brother of the law overhauled him.
"Hello:" said the brother. "I congratu
late you, More-Gage, on your evident pros
perity." "What makes you think I'm prosper-on-.?"
asked the little lawyer.
"Why. your bag bassuch a plethoric and
fee like ltKk that I couldn't infer anything
"Sh!"'said More-Gage, drawing the other
nearer. "I'il tell you what I've got in my
bag if you won't tell a soul: it's a codfish
nnd a pair of rnbler boots for the lsiy!"'
Cans of High Wave.
Waves raised by the friction of the wind
upon the water are relativelysuperfici.il,
as the water beneath remains unaffected
even at a depth of COO feet. In heavy gales,
however, lower depths become troubled,
and the undulations more and more im
posing. Occasionally an exceptionally
large solitary wave is met with advancing
in awe inspiring grandeur, its white crest
towering high above all its fellows. Such
ocean giants may be due to the fact that
the elevations of series of waves, having
different lengths, happen to coincide, or
may be caused by the squalls of wind.
which are sometimes as terrible in in
tensity as they are sudden in formation.
A Rar Toe "Nail.
One of the difficulties which the keepers
of certain wild animals in museums and
other collections have to coutend with is
the tendency of the claws to grow into the
Utisli, in t he al -sence of the wear and tear
which they receive in the animals' wild
state. A wild l-ear, for instance, uses his
claws so much iu climbing that they are
not oiwj Kept sharp lor use. but are worn
down to a proper length. Domestic cats
know the necessity of this process, and
mayotten le seen scratching viirorouslv
on the bark of a tree for no other purpose
than to keep down their claws. Youth's
The Source of the Evil.
He I felt so embarrassed the other day.
I invited a friend of mine to dint at my
house with me and he had such an atro
cious necktie on that it worried me, espe
cially as I had several other friends present.
She (sympathetically) Couldn't you have
taken him quietly to your dressing room
and by using a little tact have got him to
He No. His wife was with him. Cloth
ier and Furnisher.
Two thousand girls are taking lessons in
the cooking schools of Boston. The atten
tion of those who think Boston girls are
entirely occupied with Sanscrit and Brown
ing is herewith directed to this interesting
fact. Boston Transcript.
Whittipr ia fonti of rtt t TT Vi am rht-M
handsome dogs, two cats and three fine
Horses. . wuen tne poet goes abroad in
pleasant weather a young St. Bernard dog
us ujs wmuuit tgumyauHju.
Th Post of the Head.
The he-.d is the crown piece of the human
statue, and is usually in good proportion
and capable of proper poise, but a head
well set and sustained in due height above
the shoulders is a rare sight. A woman of
larg uv. physique will diminish and
make hervtlf almost insignificant by a for
ward stretch and crane of the neck or a
contracted tuck down between the hhoul
Hers, when her whole effort should be to
extend and lengthen the fcf,oi of the
head and to give the fml effect of its siza.
The tall, slender woman, whoce bead
should stand like the bell on the stalk of a
lay, gets an idea that she accentuates her
height by an upright poise, and is there
fore seen with a continued liend of the
Ixwly and turn of the bead to one side.
which give 1 cr an expression of sympa-
tbetic or crlilc-il iaterest, alike with shop
keeper, servant, stranger aud friend.
Tiice nre small auectatious and frills
which do no one any barm, but they break
the line of contour and lieauty, and to the
initiated mean lack of culture. The diffi
culty, in truth, lies oftcnest in thewtak-
ncss of tlie point d'-ippui the joint r
hit.ge of support r.t the back of the neck
1. 1 1 the l.ick of proper exercise of the mus-
ck-s of the tli rut t. nuin strength and
de::ibility. 1 he uplift of the chest has the
effect of throwing the head upward, and
placing the weight where it belongs
ntriinst the joint in the spine. Emma
Mofiett lyng in Harper's Bazar.
iu Rotlirnburg; Daring the Festival.
Bang! went the guns outside the walls,
ntl, for my part, I wns for surrender. But
the worshipful council thought otherwise.
A new company of Itotbeuburgers marched
in, drumming bravely. The commander
of the Swedish garrison appeared and
promised the speedy arrival of Gustavus
Adolphus to raise the siege. The yonng
recruits marched down the hall, nnd went
drumming and singing out the door to de-
feud the walls. Some of the burgomasters
accompanied the chaplain of the council to
St. Jacob's church, cloxo at hand, to pray
for divine aid. v hen the organ and the
choral sounded through the open windows
of the hall all the council joined in the
But the cannonading continued.
Messengers began to arrive from the
walls. How was it eoinz? Bravelv' The
Imperialists were beaten biu k, the wails
unbroken, and on the Wnrzburg road a
large body of troops was marching hither
ward. By their white uniforms they could
lie no other than Gustavus Adolphus and
tns swedes. Hurrah! Holdout! Of course
we will! Ring! from the walls. A furious
canuonading and finally a loud explosion.
1 n rushes another. It is gi. it ing hot. We are
hard pressed. A third st.i-r-.vrs in with his
head bound up. The T.r.ih-r tower is
blown into the air. The troops on the
urztiurg road are I :i;Tialists. E. IL
Lockwood iu Sen jucr',.
. to the h. ripest word. lathe chanter
on Book Craft," iu Frederick Saunders'
"Salad for the Solitary and the Social," he
says, "The tint uralist Ix-vell published a
nook at Uxfori. ;;i P-M, entitled panzoolo-
gicoi.iiner.-.;o-.'ia.' which is nearly as long a
word I.aliel-i.s propttsed title or a ltook,
" And in a f.i. t note be
gives two -::n rs from a pamphlet in his
possession, puhiULed years ago in Ixndon.
The title reads, "Chrouonhotontbologmt,
the Most Tragic.l Tragedy That Ever Was
Tragedized by uuy Company of Trage
dians." The first two lines of this effusion
Where left you CUrunonliotonthtiluna?
And it has been statist that there Ls an
English dictionary containing the only
word of eleven m llables, "Honorilicabili
tudidity." "DLsproportionablinicss" is given as the
longest word in the English language.
Headers of ?.Ir. FLske's "Cosmic Philoso
phy" and kindred works will rcmcmU-r
how lndi.sensahle the vord "denuthropo
morpbization" longer by one letter and
one syllable has ln-comc iu later years,
and will maintain that if it is not iu tlie
dictionary it certainly ought to lie there.
Cor. Boston Transcript.
New Year Outoni.
In the counties of Wit uioreland and
CumUi land, Knglaud, crowds of young
men and women nss-niHo on New Year's
eve, and woe betide the luckless stranger
who falls into their builds. They have a
custom of "stanging" eterybody they hap
pen to meet; that is, they place their victim
on a fence rail, anil, amid blowing of boms
and beating of drums, carry him to the
nearest public house, where, on the pay
ment of sixpence, be is released.
Iu Scotland and English counties on the
border it is a sure token of b.td luck to
take anything out of the bouse on New
Year liefore something Las lieen brought
in. Philadelphia Times.
KiiSHlao New Year's Calls.
The author of "The Hussians at Home"
reports a custom of that eople which re
flects credit upon their bumauity as well
as upon their good sense.
The Iiiissians have invented a very in
genious r of avoiding mere ceremouial
visits altogether. Those who do not wish
to call on their friends at the New Year
send three rubles to the p sir; aud on New
Year's day the jaurnals pulili-!i a list of
persons who have giveu to charities the
money they would otherwise have spent
This is aecepted by every one ns a polite
and satisfactory ultcrna'.ive,
An Imltlematle I-'av-e.
Tom How can you admire that fellow?
He's as homely as an ash barrel. Got a
pug nose and a ghost of a mustache.
Clara That's what makes his face so
Tom You cau't prove it.
Clara I can. His nose tells of the tips
and hi. mustache typifies the downs that
all lives are full of. Pittsburg Bulletin.
How Ue Won Her. .
Julia How romantic! Jennie's hus
band turns out to be a rich man after all.
Jack Aud a year ago he wasn't worth a
red. How the dickens did he do it?
Julia Didn't you bear? Blackened hLs
face and bauds, became a sleeping car
porter, and in ten months ama-ssed a fort
une. PitUburg Bulletin.
letter Than Presence.
She How did you excuse your absence
from Miss Ilillier's wedding
He Too easy! I sent a present! Mun
One day Kraut-is I of France was struck
on the chin with a piece of tile. Of course
the wounded part could not be fchaved.
Thus beards came again Into fashion, after
having been out for nearly a century.
The coinage of a aoveneign cost the En
glish mint &d.
Have you a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
break? You get the wrong sort!
The right ones are the
"Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
A Woaaa's Duccvsrv
"Another wonderful discovery bat
been mde, and that, too by a lady in
this country. Disease fattened iu
clutches upon her and for seven y ears she
withstood itsaeveretu tests, but ber vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed Imminent. For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption and was
so much relieved on taking the first dose
that she slept all night, and with one
bottle has been miraculously cured. Her
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write
W. C. Hamrick A Co.. of tfbelby. N. C.
Get a free bottle at Usr'c & Btbosen's
The transition from long lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event it treat
ored in memory and the agency whereby
the good health bs been attained is
gratefully blefscd. Hence it is that so
much is beard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many feel they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic. If jou are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of long or short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Bitters. Sold at 50c and tl per bottle
at Hirtz & B&hneen'a drug store.
btjckxxs's aasiCA aaxvB.
The best salve ic iLe world for cuu,
bruises, acres. cJccrs, salt rheum, fevet
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns and al! skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay requ:r-d. It
is guaranteed to give -perfect talu faction
or money refunded. Price 2 crs per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Ba-.ns-'r..
ASTIvS TO XOTHIKJ.
Are you disturbed at n.cbt and broken
of your rest by a tick child suffering and
crying iih p?ia of cutling t'-eth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
mslow s Sooth irg Syrup for children
teething. lis value is inei'eu!ab!e. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mi'.Uke about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind co'.ic, softens the
gums, reduces icSatLmati--n and gives
tone and energy to the whole rjstem.
rs. VWnsiow s booihtag Svmp for
Children Teething is rleatant to the
taste, and is the prescription rf one of
the oldest and best female curt-es and
physicians in the United States, and is
or sale bv all drug gists throughout the
world. Fnce 25 cents a bottle . j
D.-rt fty there is no help for catarrh.
bsy fever asdct ld in bead, sirre tbous
ands testify that Ely's Cream Btdtn has
entirely cured them. It supersedes the
dangerous use of liquids and snuffs. It
iseafi'y applied into the nrslrtls an!
giv?s relief at cere. Trice lUc.
Bk pAsAvtisaiid rrU-issIl Uxtroabtos fact
drat to a titlions stats of lbs s jntM-a. suoa
XisUMss. Ksasrs, IirotrxiaaM. Ivikm sTlvr
esUXjir. 1'min la tus hiV, 4a. W&Ua tbrt tn
H,n.rv,i.i. siicoms ass lsua shown ia '"'" j
ScadscbA. yet Carter's lit lis Lhrv PQls ara
equsUy Tolas, ila in Constlpst ion. rtmag sod !
res ting thtsnnojinceotnpljunt.whlla tUrj s3s
J.rer su4 jxguUm ILe bowels. Lrra il Vcj rn.j
StliywrTil J bnrJmnstpri !-! to fhnww!
ullT from UutlutTTiJKCoTnj4AilJt; butfnru.
tOslBly Uirp-totlud-tnd'tr. imad bTsjsl Uiua
ffhoenostry them trill find these lutle pt'lviiw
Oils In soiusor sys tUst Uacy wiU not bs s-it
) E to tio wuijout Itirm. Butsivsiisicabss4
flathebsnsof m man j Uvea that bors ls stxtrs
rinkksonrgnsstboist. Oar pills cars it wtul
Others do sot.
Csrtnr's Lulls Liver fills trs T-rr rrast u4
TT esuy to tike. One or two Trills mains diss.
Thi-jr sre strictly vegetable sad do not (Dps or
panre, but 1'T their Ranllo action plesss sU wh4
tuwthsm. Iavulsst23oentss fi-rsfor IU iMtS
bj droists ev-erTnLoiv. or smu by "T
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SHALL PPJCF
A. D. HUESIN6,
Bepresenu. among ether ime-tnea ana wsU
known Fire I&saraaceCvmpa&ies ha f oUowtac :
Royal Insnrscce Company, of Enrlacd.
Wesdtester Kit Ins. Company ol N. Y.
Buffalo Gennsa Ins. Co., Buffalo. X. Y.
Bocbester Qrmaa Ins. Co.. Kochsstsr, . Y.
citlsens Ins . Co.. of Pmsbarga, Pa.
Sob rirtj OtBc. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
fUrnrit In. rv 1C u r.
Mllwaoass Mechanics Ins. Co.. Sftlwaaks. Wis
fl 111 il HmU. tfv . - - ...
y ii vi s-surna.ui.
Offloe Cor. 18th St., r.nd Second Are.
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ts-: . ? ; t Lcchci tco tig for SANTA a AUS.
' p. 5 JL 2ut bcr rwtttr.
k tt f?; . v vfs. J Euy it i
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Succa8or to Adamson & Ruick,
Shop Ninetef nth St., l et.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
ZSF8erond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
PRACTICAL HOLIDAY GOODS.
Believing that -tveryece. deem it necessary to remember
their friends with a useful Christmas gift, we have selected the
neatest and lar-rest line of LADIES and GENT'S
Ooze. Swede Kid, Russian Calf and Plush.
In all tie racers ftj't-s and shede.
Seond and Usrrin Sis
Second Hand Goods
E6,a.si:. and traces aaranic'.. A rxx-cultj aualc of Jrwclrrv.
No. 1614 Secocd Avraoa.
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