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WM. II. MlTl.l.ANIt, PuWUbw.
Ti wart wltttMt a ptan In n waste of
Tlir Mart toward tho bad always be
plat In short steps,
Onir the wlrkHl are anxteus to preve
that tl.e devil ii a myth.
MitrUge makes different BWfl Of
Mn. i.-llowi and ladifferent mm at
T i mh in ro swift that It overtakes
ei i i ly, mill yet so slow that any-
00' . -ii i steh II.
Jf ..i.tix" of Americana la to be re
wt; I. Mr. IVIIIIagft Aator will be abta
to Hint corotril title.
The luslneas man who advertises
ha-ii i any time to worry about the
Qw tuationa of tht fold reeerve.
It Ik vrry much In Healer Schlatter's
fa or that ho doesn't hava to ba driven
out of any town waere he locales.
gome people seem tn overlook tho fact
tan Un-re It such a tiling aa hooping
cot j I .in I patriotic at tbo aame tlmo.
( an, ..in l disposed Ki emulate tha ox
ample of the small hi)d who cries for
tbi miI' purpose of Inducing aomo one
to ' o.n it to it op.
Hy ln reusing tho prlre of beer 81 per
ban I It looks aa II t ho brewers were
jr i 1 1 1 n to no to i In- rmcuo of tho
Uii.'iiI .State treasury.
J'"t (.aureate Austin will hnve tn
rati off Home very soothing lullaltlas If
he . an mitki' ihi Urltish lion feci happy
wb- n l,i.i tuil I full of klnka.
The distressing feature of Kalaer
Wlllii ;m ii Impuilenrc In making face
at I Ih , nr old gnindma la tha fact
thai 'Viilulm la too big to apank.
The retirement of Itlrhard Mansfield
roa tub" from the atnge a amr, but tha
nnpirntus for prodm-big thunder and
H6t.t'iliiK nnd moonlight la attll there.
The people wanted clear headed,, pa-trloti,-
American men on the Venwuo
Ian 'mmliluH, and they got thorn.
Now let them act wisely and promptly.
A in nn in Houaton, Tex., who mur
dend his wife, was sentenced to the
peniti'iitiitry for ninety yeara. Sueb n
fellow should have been sentenced for
Plate ii man who commit ted suicide
lie bftaj l-ntlAed ns J. I. Oood It Is
nel ltd that unhide Is not a sin. If It
were the ralelda would not havo been
The Sepomhurgk line is now said to
be Yortht' H Thd inn hardly lie tin
em If It hiiN been Hie means of teach
ing Brlt.iln the duiiK'-r of niuklug it
Hot. p'.y iU hog.
OiM)''tiy reems to hnvo a kind of
Mc nroe iliutrlno of ll own. It Is a lit
tle ti.inli-r to pronoui: perbapa, than
l i I" Si iii'i, but It Ih llk"y to answer
tbi purpose In Bouth Africa.
Tlic fn leiy of tho Cincinnati after
CfMi of deimte haa derided to erect a
MHinnini nt to Wash I n a ton at the Clreen
ali' entrance to Knlrmount Park,
l't.il.t.l, Ij.hln. It Is to colt ttSO.OOU.
fx-iintor Quay l eneonragrtng the
lttburg reform movement. Ae Chris
bin is the man the reformers are
afi'T it lll be aeen that sir. Quay I
no a rt'fortner for reform purposes
I'll, !" I'.rni ran buy tin- Island of Kt.
Th"'i ' ffin H'nmuik "low for ash
or ry produc-" The question Is.
Ik i . h wnn it? It I an Island thlr
e -i iniii'N long and hits n perfunt laud
lo I lutilior.
li n th' revised version of the New
Te-i iiiHlit as roiiii!'td. It was tele
grapne l ns n'-ws to i'IiIiiiro. When It
win f in I that hell had not been trans-la-'
I out of I', thon was much dlsap
peiniii" ii Men h'Sdlna had Uvea nrn
aln unhi-lleveis In future punish-
s.t Tho language of their hearts
la ! hit" htm hei-niise he doth not
propii Kool onn'rnlng me, but at U '
Hays the Grocery World' "Some pen
;e iy that advertising Is all a mat
ter of luck, that ou cannot tell what
iHlvi-rtUIng la going to do. or whether
or not It I going to pay. Tbla mu
be true, but It la very utrange that tii
wan who glvea tnteillgent thought to
bis advertising, and doea It In an Im i
IU. i,l oariesl. slralshtforwsrd Wflv
usually b'js the lu k in hit tide. IU
It lui ky In bit aib' i lll braute he
tvdux's It to a avii iKf Advrtltlng is
jgsn i irtaln aa p o tut r nt Advi rils
lag governed fc tin' minc ioiuiiioii
Bgs' tiuslnett lln Hi-it xown ou -Ing
u lot of ioea'" "i o.iimi
Our ' oninnteratioB xteii l d to our
(MMcemt'ii routrupor.tr'. the Voselstbe
Sen mil on Its uddu ihanae ol base.
A l '':s o It was W!ldl i oudflilli
S), t ii I hi : , I rtiutes lor pr t.-udtua to
Ijam ," i .i i i'i . -t in tin' tselfarr ol eti
ggli) .i nil it l d .si.llidlllK II. at
the ( i ""'I- f" ' 1 """ ''' 'l-tli (sk' u
ergetlc step to ptoi.-, t endangered
Herman in. j--.t. nud ." tin- name tliiu
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FOR BOYS AND i?IBLS.
HOME INBTHUOTIVE BTOttlNQS
FOH OUR JUN OR HEADERS.
"Mr Mills (llrr Two Ynnna Jnnrnsl
Hlilfled Km lllsitit Where II
llrew Ilia lint- Wanted tn Harrow
lllm AililU A Mini's Act.
Y milt girl Ii neat
ed Within bar tiny
With anbor ring
flbe Ilea to calm
fhe breathes eo
oft and low,
fhe calls to mfml a 111
Half hidden in tbo enow.
A weary little mortal
Hat gone to srumberlanil:
The I'lxles at lbs portal
Have caught her by the hand;
She dreamt bar broken dolly
Will eoon be mended there,
That looka eo melancholy
Upon the rocklng-chalr.
I klea your wayward treeeet,
Sly drawer little queen;
I know you hare careaeea
From floating forma unseen!
0, angola let tne keep her
To klaa away my caret.
Tbla darling HUe aleeper
Who haa my love and prayers.
Samuel Mlnturn 1'tok.
Tiro Vounic iIoHrnalUM.
The two youngest journalists In the
t'nlted States are two young ladt known
aa tho Snow brothers. Their names
are Karl K. and Horace II. Snow, and
.their asea are 13 and 0 respectively.
I on July ll. they began the pub
lication of the Star Xewt. a email folio
newa sheet. They have published thlt
paper regularly every second week
tince Ita Initial number.
Both junior editors are very bright,
and ll did not Lake them long to learn
the art of typesetting anil printing. The
only aid they were able tn get In ac
quiring their trade were the type speci
men books and prlntera' catalogues.
Tho Star Newa la Iseued without any
Assistance from outsider. Itarl, tho
oldtr lad, prepares all copy and assists
In tyiieaetlltig. He haa great Journal
latic ntplratlons. He alao displays ex
cellent taste In setting up display ad
vertisements, Horace tends to the dis
tribution of the type ami "kicks" tho
pteaa. When there Is no work to be
done Indoors, both boys go out and
huttlo for "ads" and subscriptions.
The Star News Is patronised by the
Wading merchants of the town where
the paper la published. The merhun
liiil part of their work typesetting,
running tho press nnd that sort of
thing- la attended to mornings and
evenings, The hoys attend school in !
the afternoon. If these you.ig news
paper men nre not heard from some
day It will not he because they nre not
worthy n placo uniong tne world's worl:
rs. Wauled In imrrrfW lllm lwlil
A genial Philadelphia!!, who for oi
vloui reaoons does not care to haw I; l'
mime printed on thli. occasion, m'cup-m
a parlor car seat on tin express train lor
Heading a few !a nan, mid an he wa
about ta paaa through the gales waa sur
prlaed to he:ir hlitiM-lf a.-cotted In t in
Inine tonea v.lth tho somewhat mart
"Please, mister, could I borrow you
Leaking around he found two buxom
women who hastily and hesitatingly ex
plained that they were riding on n pass
made out In the nam of a gentleman
and hla wife. and. at the gentleman was
not present, they wanted the genial
looking eltlr.cn to pl-c hla bought tick
et nt the disposal of one lady nnd take
the other one under his wing while ho
petionated the abseul or nor of the
"Which Is my wife "he Inquired with
an Inward qualm lest hla own absent
better-half should ever l)rr the story.
"Ton can take your choice, sir," said
the lady la search of nn esrort. and I;"
promptly did so by un king the arm nt
the youngest fair one under his own
and leading her Into the c.ir. The ou
pie proved to be rial t Jolly tilvehng
companions and the iltlzen's only re
gret In the tranrai Hon was due to a fear
that the story iiityht bak out and get
hone ahead of him Hut it didn't
Cmn MiiiilH'jr ThlHliT
"That the 'monkey prowesses intelli
gence to a remaikable dears Is proba
bly true." aald a hotel proprietor who
baa a small menagerie on hie premteea.
"I believe, however, that much of tbe
Intelligence with which he It credited la
due to hla love of mimicry.
I "The other day two joung men, with
I two girls, wire at the munki's rage,
feeding him with peanuta. One of the
girls waa chewing gum, and one of the
men anggeated that the give the turn
key tome, expecting that. If be task It
in hit mouth, it would etirk to hit teeth
aad he would make aorry work of trying
to chew It. The girl at once parted with
the sweet morsel that tbe was so ladtlt
trloualy chewing, attending It toward
the cage. The monkey grabbed It In- I
atantly aad put It In bis mouth, but, 1
Instead of chewing It or attempting to. (
began pulling It out in small ribbons,
as children are (requcntl) seen to do. I
Whin be lud It all out , f it Us mouth, be 1
roll.! It lutu u loniputt bell between
his tunds. threw It lino bis mouth, and I
began the opeiu'jou itgniu. lis ap-
jo ,ii i d
0 i njir. ' i i i foi t,.atii c at
1 I IMLi CI I 114 til 111 lift.
1 ll. 0
none monkey wherein ho displayed ln
IcltlRcncc. I was by tho cage, tmoklng,
one day, nnd I thought to nnnoy him
by .blowing tmoko In hla fnce. I was
mush surprised to find Hint, Instead of
being annoyed, ho onjoyott It, at wnt
evidenced by hla edging up na near mo
aa possible, to rccelvn Uie smoke in
larger volumes, Boon 1 gnn tcratch
Ing himself nt tho point whoro moit of
tho eraolto camo ngnlntt him. When I
wok! ono tldo for n fow minutes, ho
would turn squarely around, to novo tho
oilier aide treattd In tho name way.
Then lie eat up directly In front of me
and received the smoke squarely In the
face and neck. I don't know whether
he held his breath, hut be did not eougti,
aaeeae, or wince a iwrtlcle. To com
plete tha Job, ho then sat with hla back
toward me, and It would have done you
good to have teen Iilm threw hla hind
feet over lilt lmek and scratch. It
made me think of the kickers nt a hay
tedder in motion. Now, that monkey
knew, through aame tort of Intelligence,
that nothing will sand (lent nnd other
Ineecte to tha surface or atunefy them
as effectually as tobacco smako."
A Hint I'elinn Iter Voitnir.
It haa been claimed by observers of
birds that some or tho feathered tribe
will reed their young If they nre ecgod,
anil if they fall utter n certain time to
release them will bring them a poisoned
weed to eat. that death may end their
captivity. About it week ngo nt the
llolsteln ranch the children cnplurod n
neat of three young orlolos, and they
ware Immediately caged and hung In a
tree. The mother was toon about call
ing her young, and In n little whllo
broiicht tbem some worms. She con
tinued feeding tliom regularly for sever
al daya without seeming to pay much
attention to the persona about. lint on
Sunday came the tragic ending that
demonstrated the theory relative to
birds. She brought them a sprig of
green on Sunday morning and disap
peared. In bus than an hour they nil
died. The sprig waa examined and
proved to be the deadly larkspur, a
weed that will kill full-grown cattle.
The little creatures lay dead In tho
rage and allglilly foaming at the month,
victims of their mother'a item reaohe
that her offspring should die by her
owu act rather than live In captivity.
Coraon tWev.) Appeal.
Khirted llm Illume.
He la n charming llltlolollow of four,
pretty In Ills wnya, good to look nt, but
aa iiauglity aa they are mailo. He aat
on the bottom ateps, kicking IiIh fnt
little Jfega and refuting utterly tn obey
his father, who had told him to go up
stair sevornl timet In Increasing de
grees of Hevorlty. After n few minutes
of this clashing of wllfl hit exatperat
od young parent picked him up aomo
what stiddonly, carried him up, nnd set
him down very firmly on the chair
In hla room, went out and abut the door.
Silence reigned. Not a Bound rom
him for at least half an hour. Then
th door waa opened and a aweet little
voice called out:
"Knther, have you gat over your tan
trum yet, for 1 ahould like to come
lie Trumped fro hi Nt. I.ouli,
Karl Hfcn of 81. Louis, who say he
Ik nnxloiiH to obtain a inuslcnl cd ma
ilo:.. reached New York at l'l a. m.
Monday, having walked, he says, nil the
wuy from that city. Uecca atarted from
St. Uitils on September 20, with the In
tention of covering tbe distance in rtfty
two days. The Journey occupied Juat
that length of time.
Jtci'ca avernged twenty-five miles a
day. He spent one day each at Indian
apollt, Columbus, l'lttshurg and Jertey
City and two days at Philadelphia. He
started out without any money, but
earned enough, with what was given
him, to pay hla way. New York World.
Where He Drew tbe IJne.
A little 6-year-old boy bad tome dif
ficulty with a neighbor's ci.lldren dur
ing the afternoon, and that night lis
waa not feeling In a very Christian
After he had gone to bed hla mother
ceni" in to tuck blm away anugly.
"Did you aay youi prayers" tbe la
"And did you pray for the heathen?"
The boy was alow to a newer.
"Yes. ma. I did." he ttld at last;
"nil of themexcept them next door."
New York Mercury.
NhI KMrld ICrru by llmtli,
Here la a Georgia goose atory: Two
gentlemen were ataadlag ou a street
corner when tbey were approached by
u man offering for sale two dressed
get-so. Tbty derldfd to purchase, but
tbe dealer Instiled on trlllng the two
fowla to one man. Accordingly one of
them bouabt tbe two and told again tc.
hla friend. After tbe transaction wot
completed the goose vender waa asked
why he wouldn't tell tbe fowla sep
arate, Said he: "That old goose and
gander have been together thirty yeart
and I wouldn't separate tbem for aay
Written bjr nn Initial.
"Awaked by Sinai's Awful Sound" la
the only hmn known to have beeti
written by an Amerbau Indian. It
waa the work of Samson Oemm. an In
dian preacher of great ability. Ho vis
it ed muitand in 1T6 to rtlse funds for
an Indian school, and secured 10,000
for tho Institution thst aftcrw.rJ be
came Dartmouth college.
At Muncle, Ind . a ih i ullnr enra of
thievery was reported at police head
quart era. Farmer George Keeling
lame to the city to Inspect hm property
and found that bis n- w -K h im . otuje
had been Stolen nii'l he i ul I nm I., i.tu
It. piipsrtnii 'i 'i'i i Koiii.n 'Miks'-.o
L urn lias "
' X I
so at to pi '
Amrrlran l.tre Stork In Ilnfland, I
Wo hollovo few IHngllsh fnrmfrt
hnvo nny adequate conception of tho
rapidity nnd enormous oxpannlon with
which llvo stock Imports from foreon
countries nnd tho colonies, nllko In cat
tle, sheep nnd horses, nrornpldly de
veloping thomaclvofl, If tho Americans
and Canadians nro balked In ono par
ticular Import of llvo atoek, they rend
lly take to another. Slneo being for
bidden to Bond nny onltlo to tbla coun
try oxcept for purposes of alaughtor,
they have taken to fitting out monster
steamboats to bring fat boasts hither
alive In largo numbers, nnd the Austra
lians are following suit by straining
every elTort to make the same kind of
trading successful. Ilut not satisfied
with this, both Americana and Cana
dian! are turning their nttontlon to the
Imports of horses and sheep, and, we
propose very briefly to point out how
enormonsly the Importa of both have
Increased In tbe past year, and are stilt
Increasing. The total number or horses
Imported In the ten months of 1R9S.
ended October II, wns JO.OJS, valued
at tni.m, compared with 19,781 Im
ported Iti the corresponding ten monthn
of 1SH valued nt MOtODD. All of them
did not como from the two countries
nnmod.lt Is trtie.btit by far tbe majority
did. Kor Ihstance, 7.S79 were raaroa, of
which 3,810 wcro from tho United
States and 8,100 from Canada. Tim
geldlngH wore 10.901, or whlolt 6.C0O
were American and 7,187 Canndlau.
I'erhapa It may be aald this oxpnnalon
or tho Import trndo In horsellmh has
not yet nffeoled our home breeding to
aa to make good market geldlnga very
cheap, nor oven tha heat descriptions of
hunters and carriage horses; nnd wo
all know that for tho very highest data
of pedigree Shire horses there lmvo
been grand prices during the past year.
Hut when we look nt the vast arena of
prairie nnd rich agricultural lands still
to be occupied In tho t'nlted Stales
and the Canadian Dominion, nnd tt o
shrewdness and enterprise of farmers
In those countries In whatever klnda of
stock they can find n market for in thlt
eoitntry. we greatly apprehend that It
will be found ultimately that they can
produce and send us nil kinds of equine
animals nt lower prices than they can
be remuneratively raised on the over
taxed and high-ranted farms of great
IJrllaln. Mark l-ane Uxpress.
t'nlted Htillpti Ciivulry Ilnracn.
Theannunl report of the quartermas
ter gunoral contains tome Items Hint nro
of Interest. Among other remarks ho
says that tho contract system for tho
supply or horses continues to i;lvo gen
eral wit Infliction and tho standard lint
been gradually Improved since tho sys
tem wns ndoplod. The nvorngo cost
of cavalry horses during tho vour wut
fOR.JI, nud that of artlllei. ' ones
1118.01. Our cavalry mount of to-day
excels that of any previous time, nnd
all Information gathered lends to show
that It It superior to that of rorolgn
countries. Tho cessation or Iiullati
wars nnd hostilities on the Itlo Grande
havo rendered It unnecessary to fur
ther maintain poet transportation on a
field campaign basis, and In October
Idol orders were Issued for a new al
lowance or drart and pack animals for
aoreral military departments, and di
recting tbe aale or all surplus animals
This reduction In the number of ani
mals, wagona, harness, etc., will effect
considerable saving In tho appropria
tion. Tbe average coat or team huraee
during tbe year was $187.88 and of
mules 111 I.Ol. The reduction In num
ber by reason of sale, death, etc., was
1,188 cavalry and artillery horses, 1,011
mules; this left oh hand at the end of
the year 0,180 cavalry and artillery
horses, 817 team horses and mules.
faille ami Hlircp from ArK''Mtlna.
If Hrittsli stock breeders Imre ta feai
their American and Canadian competi
tors, they liave mill greater trepldattes
aa to what importers from Argentlnt
will de. The Imports of both eattls and
sheep from that oountry, bare expanded
enormously during the present year.
In the tan month up to the end or Oc
tober 81, 888 onltlo hnd been received,
whereas in the corretooudlug period ol
Its I only S.170 came therefrom, and
only 0,600 In the Ua months of 1808.
To show how rspldly this Import trade
is now progressing the number of llm
last mouth received was z$07 whereat
only 410 were Imported from Argentina
In October. 1S9. In reepeel to sheep,
tho Imports from the Argentine Htpuli
lie In tbe last ten months reached to
171.889, against 08,880 In 1801, and ),
Ml in the corresponding period at 1808.
Only the United States have sent uo
larger sheep Imports during tho present
year, these being 387,661, while the Can
Milan Imports have lieeu UiJtW. Tht
Bocks of Argentina are now mostly Lin
coln In character, and the resource ol
that country so vast that we are threat
ened to be Inundated with mutton there
from in the uot distant future.- Uuglltb
A recant bulletin ot the United
Aulas DiparUsent of Agriculture
thews that during tbe year ending
June SO, 1808, the United lutes export
ed products ef tbo value or $817,605,'
101. During the year 1891, notwlilt
standing the lUgnatlen and depression
of manufacture and commerce In this
country, United HUtes export
amounted to $898,110,871 This was an
tltireate over the prevlout ytar of III,
47MT8. It waa really a gain In our ex.
part trade of about 8 tier oral, or tho
total exporu from the United States
about three-fourths are dlreetly evolvent
train tne farms, or the remaining one
fourth, four-fifths 'onelat of domeatlo
manufactures the materials ef which
art largely furnished by tbe American
furmert. In 198 merchandise was im
ported to the Tutted Htatea to the valun
of $ko6.4oo,!:: Uut in mi the tauiu
sort of Impoits umouutcd to only
J6I am. i.'.' 'linn. In a single year w
tJeCrraJ" d Impotti by 4'Jfl,3W
That dictate u it, out 21 t-f r cent.
Words, If jr Lord.
It Is rjonornlly recorrntrcd that .the
number of words mod In our dally life
Is vory small. Perhaps not mora than
two or three tliniisaml In nil nro In
common use. Of course, thero am
soma few jwopla llkotllollonnry innkers
who know more, but the nvorngo man
ptsalonp; vory oomforlnbly on that
llmllod supply. It It only wlion flow
ory wrltort undertake to dosarlbo the
indescribable that new words hnvo to
lxi Invented fo loll wlmt thoy think
they sow. 'ilia man who comes home
Into, nnd whose wlfo talks to lllm for
two hours In u whisper, to keop from
waking- the Imliy, bellevee that there
are iimtiy more words In w than Is
generally supinxwd, nnd thnt there Is j
no earthly usu In milling' uny .more to
the visible supply. It Fb only when ho
begins to toll Hoe Uiat he wishes for
more nnd stratum wonts thnt he knows
cannot 1m reonllod. As v matter of
fact, It Uikos but very fow words for n .
man to toll all he knows.
Contagious H'ood I'olion lint been ap
propriately called the curse of mankind.
It is the one disease that physicians can
not cure; their mercurial nud potauli
remedies only bottle up tho polion in
the system, to surely break forth In n
more virulent form, resulting in a total
wreck of tho system.
nir. I'ranic ll. Martin, a prominent
Jeweler at 916 Pcusylvanin Ave, Wash
I wnt for n long
time under treat
incut of two ol
the best physi
cians of this city,
for n icvcre case
of blood poison,
but my condition
grew worse nil
the while, not
f.tct that they
charged tuc three
' lillliflrmt ilnllnr.
YY Jly mouth was
filletl with eating sores; my tongue was
almost catcti away, so thnt for three
months I wns tumble io tnttc any solid
food. My hair wns coming out rapidly.
and I wns In n horrible fix. I had tried
various treatments, nnd was nearly dis
couraged, when n friend recommended
a.a.a. Alter ' Hnd taken lour Dottles, 1
begnu to get better, nud when I had
finished eighteen bottles, I wns cured
sound and well, my skin wns without n
blcinlih, nnd I hnvc hnd 110 return ol
the dlsoasc. 8. 8. S. unveil itic from a life
of misery." 8.S.S. xuarauleed purely
tYtiaiIC) will cure any case ol blood
nolson. Hooks on tlicdlkse
and its treat
froo by Swift 'gv tK
Build a fort around
1 leiwuui v
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
-& OUST BEEN TO THE STORE '
SEE. .WHAT I GOT FOR IO CENTS'
The largest piece of Aoad
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
t, . ,and
The 5 cent piece is nearly as1
arje as you et of of her
01813 trades for 10 cents
Is wlmt glmllood's SsrMpsrIII Its great pop
ularity, iMTMilngtalst aril womtofful cures.
The combination, proportion and proem In
preparing Hood's Ssriapftrilla art unknown
tootlirr meillsiiiet, nml make It peculiar to
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your health with
IIIIOWN CIIIMIirAt, CO., IMuTIMoan, MP.