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things necessary to baptism baptismSmall baptismSmall baptismSmall
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baby babyLie Life
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IB the element that supply the human sjrs
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th body Dyspeptic and waakly persons
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dlea dleaced ed portion of the ear r There is IIIonl1 leunlyone leunlyoneway only one oneway oneway
way way to pure cure Deafness Deafne and that is by consti ¬
tutional remedies Deafness is I caused by an
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destroyed forever > r nine cases out of ten are arecanned arerauHed arecftWsed
canned by bycttarrh citarrh which Is nothing but an In ¬
flamed condition oMbe o the raucous surfaces
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cue of Deaf DealIe Deatsieecaued nea s caused by catarrh that can cannot cannot ¬
not be cured by Halls Catarrh Core Send
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pltlon dltlon to their fa tamon mom Pullman Buffet trains
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gurated the fastest Pullman line in the ttoSollth South Southnetween
between Moron and Tampa the route Icing
Genruia Southern Florida to Jasper and
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at 1128 p m arriving In Tampa 230 O p m mnext mnext mnext
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names flamesof of it ittwoJAckoflrjllo two Jacksonville Pullman trains
have become household words It desires to tochristen tocbrlsten tochristen
christen it new route with Ith a name that will
be beftsapproprfateand as appropriate and popular ns its It two sis ¬
ters Mr lIrG O A Mardoiiald General O nernl Pasen Pasenter Pnsellacr PLiscner ¬
ter er Agent Macon ha therefore offend n nprize nIlrlzo aprize
prize of ten dollars In gold for the t most ap
pinpriate name licnrinic in mind that the thetrain thetrnlll thetralti
train passes tho famous Suwnrco River by b bytlayIlgiit
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tAlt dipping giving name of piper and dat
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Telegraphic Typewriter TypewriterAfter
After laboring for fifteen yens on onho onthe onthe
the problem of rapid telegrapy by bymeans bymcans bymeans
means of the typewriter an inventor inventorclaims inventorclaims inventorclaims
claims to have solved it The system systemis
is a said teprint telegraph messages at athe atthe atthe
the rate of two hundred words a min minute minute miiiute ¬
ute The message mes age is dictated straight straightto
to o the typewriting operator By a adevice adevice adevice
device attached to the typewriter a aribbon aribbon aribbon
ribbon about aboutan an inch wido is perfor perforated perforated perforated ¬
ated by a series s ries of holes varying in inosition inposition inposition
position osition and number according to the theiharacter thecharacter thecharacter
character represented repns nted The actual per peroration perforation perforation ¬
foration of the tapes is not done di directly directly diroctly ¬
rectly by the operator if the theright right let letter letter letter ¬
ter is struck on the keyboard the ma machine m mchine mchine ¬
chine automatically doe3 the rest restitfhcn restWhen restWhen
When the message is finished the rib ribion ribbou ribboa
boa ion is fed into another machine In Inis Inita Inits
its is passage pll8 ago over a roller smaller metal metalio
io fingers press upon it end as is 8 differ different diftfrent different ¬
ent holes come under the fingers fingerselectrical fingerselectrIcal fingerselectrical
electrical connect connection > n is mdo with withthe withtho withthe
the metal roller beneath which whichproduces whichproduces whichproduces
produces the necessary letters lettersThis lettersThis lettersThis
This machine is in aynchrouysm aynchrouysmwith
with another machine at the end endof endof endof
of the line lin and whatever letters are areproduced Rroproduced areproduced
produced on one machine say in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York are instantly produced on an another nnoher another ¬
other machine say in Washington WashingtonThe
The invention can be applied to any anystandard anystandard anystandard
standard typewriter In the case of oflarge oflarge oflarge
large business firms newspaper cor correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
respondents or others using the tele telegraph telegraph telegraph
graph extensively punches and rib ribbons ribbODS ribbone ¬
bone would be attached to the type typewriters typewriters typewriters ¬
writers in their offices and the mes ¬
sages would bo delivered to the I Iegraph
egraph offices on spools ready for forJn forJnatant forjnstant n nstant
stant dispatch By y the new method methodall
all possibility of tapping or robbing robbingthe
the message is obviated The system systemis I Iis
is ton times swifter than the Morse Morseand Morseand Morseand
and has tho additional advantage of ofturning ofturning I
turning out the message in page form formready forDready formready
ready for delivery The cost for fortransmission fortransmission I Itransmission
transmission is brought very low and andthe i ithe ithe
the possibilities of the system are sug suggested auggested ¬ I Igested
gested by the fact that business men meniustead m mEniistcad n niIsteRd
iustead of sending their letters by bymail bymaU bymaU
maU can have them sent by wiro at atthe atthe t tthe
the same cost as special delivery deliveryBoston deliveryBoston deliveryBoston
Boston Transcript TranscriptEmigration TranscriptEmIgration TranscriptEmigration
Emigration to the South SouthIt
It is no longer westward but south southward southward ¬
ward that the star of empire takes its itsway itsway I Iway
way As set forth in the TimesHerald TimesHeraldof
of a recent inane the march of emi emigration emigration einigration ¬
gration is 18 making makin a wide sweep toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the milder climates jf the south and andmen andmen andmen
men and women womenaro are fleeing fieein from re regions regions regions ¬
gions of eight and nine months winter winterto
to a more equable zone They hey are be boginning beginning beginning
ginning to discover that it is an im immense immense immenso ¬
mense waste of o energy aud money to tospend tospenc1 to81enl
spend more than onehalf of their theirearnings theirearnings theirearnings
earnings and twothirds of their time timein
in the mere m ro effort to keep keepwnrm warm arm and andoonifortnLlo audQOmforto andqnuforta1ble
oonifortnLlo qnuforta1ble ll when they max ma have the thecondition thecnnc1itiot1 thednntlitiotl
condition for nothing nothingfhat nothin 7 7That I IThat
That this impulse was bound to come comejust cmejnst comejust
just as soon as the southern south rn states re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered from the effects of thu war aud audbecame audbecnmo andbecame
became accustomed to new channels of ofbusiness o obusiness ofbusiness
business and labor has long been fore foreseen foroseen foreseen ¬
seen Tho progressive southerners southernershave
have themselves been cen alert to bring bringabout bringnbout bringabout
about this better tiny 11 and their spirit spirithas spiritbos spirithas
has been manifested not only in the thesuccess thesucceS8 thesuccess
success of tho Atlanta exposition but butin butin butin
in tho vast industries that have pros prospered IJrosperell prOspereti ¬
pered at Birmingham at Chattanooga Chattanoogaat
at Knoxvillu Iin xvmc and other notable points pointsin
in the south southTho Buuthrhu StUthThe
The people understand xlso that the thenegro thenCHfO thenegro
negro problem if not settled is in inprogress inprogress inprogress
progress of settlement anI that it is isat isat isat
at least no longer a sourco of irrita irritation irritation irritation ¬
tion H Hence nco that barrier is thrown throwndown throwndown throwndown
down and there is no deterrent cause causoto causeto causeto
to bar the overflow of humanity from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the btHur hUi tr and moro active hives of oftho ofthe ofthe
the world worh1ChiclIgo Chicago TimesHerald TimesHeraldjnpaiuso Time8HeralJnpancse TiincsHcraldapaneso
jnpaiuso Furniture Polish PolishA I ollsbA
A furniture polish ± h said to bo excep cxcoptiouubly exceptionnhly exceptlOually
tiouubly valuable vl1lu thlo for its purpose is isprepared isprepnrel isPreParei
prepared by thoroughly thot 1ghly mixing to toget tofcther togtt1ier
get fcther her ono pint of linseed li scod oil one pint pintof
of strong stron cold tea the whites of two two0gs 10c18 twoegs
0gs and two ounces of spirits of salt saltWhen BaItWhen saltWhen
When thoroughly combined pour into inton
n 1 bottle which must be well shaken shakenbefovo shakenbdoio shakenbefoo
befovo each time the polish is used usedA usedfew
A few drops on a soft linen pad in inrubbed i irubbed iirubbed
rubbed well over tho articlo to bo pol polished folilhed ol olisheti ¬
ished and the finish obtained by vig vigorous vigoroug vigovens ¬
ovens application of a dry chamois chamoisskin chamoisskin chamoisskin
skin or old oltisilk silk handkerchief handkerchiefA
A Fathers Prlde PrideConductor PrldeConductorDid PrldeConducrDid
Conductor ConductorDid Did you see the man manwith manwith manwith
with the kid kidI kidGripmanNo
1 Gripman GripmanNo GripmanNoConductorHe No NoConductor
Conductor ConductorHe Hea the proudest father fatherI
I ever struck struckinsisted insisted on paying full fullfaro fullfaro fullfaro
faro for the sixmonthsold boy boyChicago I IChicago IChicago
Chicago Record
Sarsaparifla Sense SenseI
f Any sarsaparilla is is sarsaparilla True So any anytea anyI 9t
16 tea is tea So any flour is flour But grades differ differYou difi differt r J Jf
I
f t You want the best Its sa sowith with sarsaparilla There Thereare
are grades You want the best If Ifyou you understood understoodsarsaparilla understoodsarsaparilla gJ gJi
i sarsaparilla as well e11 as you do d tea and flour it itwould itti 9 9f
would be easy to determine But you dont t How Howshould Hovshould HowJ Howshould
f ti
should you youWhen youf 6J 6Jf
J to buy a commodity commoditywhose commoditywhose
f f When you arc going 5t 5tvhose
whose value you ou dont know you pick out an old oldestablished oldTi j jf
f Ti established house to trade with and trust their theirexperience theirL
16 L experience and reputation Do so when buying buyingsarsiDarill buyingf6 j jJ
J f f6 sarsiDarill sarsaparilla sarsaparillaA i iAyers
6 Ayers A yers Sarsaparilla has been on the market marketfifty marketf marketfifty
f fifty years Your grandfather used Ayers It is a areputable a16LrepUtlble aIt
reputable medicine There are many sarsaparillas sarsaparillasBut C CBut
16LrepUtlble 6 It But only one Ayers IT CURES CUREStj CUiESN CUiESN
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i QUEER FOOD USED BY MAN MAN8rBA11GE IIANSsTaNG MAN8TBANGB
8TBANGB ARTICLES O OP DIET DIftWORLD THE THEWORLD THEWORLD
WORLD OVER OVEBChinese OVERChinese OVERChinese
Chinese Fond of Swallow Nest NestLion Neati Ne5tLion
i Lion and Crocodile Steaks Are AreConsidered Arei AreConsidered
i Considered Palatable PalatableOF PalatableOF Palatableall
all strange foods that men menhave menhav menhave
OF have ever need the one that thatseems thatBeems thatseems
seems most singular to us s ia iathe illthe isthe
the birds nest used by the theChinese theChinele theChineee
Chinese The edible nests are those thoseof
of the Nicobar swallows found in the thecluster thealu8terOf thecluster
cluster of islands of that name in the theBay theay theBay
Bay ay of Bengal These nests form one oneof oneof I Iof
of the principal prinoipalexporta exports of the isl islands islands isiandL ¬
ands They are held in the t e highest highestestimation highestI highestestimation
I estimation by the Chinese as an ar article article artide ¬
ticle of food says the Boston Trav Traveller TravI Trayeller
I eller eUerI ellerIn ellerInSiam
I InSiam In Siam tho flesh of crocodiles is isBold issol1 iso1d
Bold regularly in the markets as hu human huI himman ¬
I man food They are eaten eat n by the na naI natives
I I tives of Africa also Herodotus says saysthey BaysI saysthey
I they are eaten by the Egyptians near nearElephantine nearI
I Elephantine though worshiped and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their lives sacredly preserved by the theinhabitants
I inhabitants of other parts of Egypt Egyptv EgyptThe EgyptThe
v The alligators fof North and South SouthAmerica
I America were eaten by the aborigines aboriginesas
as they are still in some parts of 0 these thesecountries thesecountries thesecountries
I countries countriesThe
The general rule is that beasts of ofprey ofI
I prey are not good for food but there thereare thereI
I I are striking exceptions to the rule ruleand rulei ruleand
i and among other the tiger is some sometimes sometimes ¬
times eaten in India IndiaThere IndiaThere IndiaThere
1 There seems to be no really good
reason why rats should not be eaten eatenand eatenBnd eatenand
and in tho country where they origi originally originally originally ¬
nally belonge 1 China they are are oom commonly oommonly oomnionly
monly used for that purpose j as in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed in Paris during the siege peo people people peopie ¬
ple were often glad to Bit ai down to tofeast tofeast a afeast
feast of this th kind kindThe kindThe kindThe
The fox though an object of sport sportis
is s seldom thought th ught of in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the tableyet table yd it is sometimes sometimeseaten sometimeseaten sometimeseaten
eaten by Indians IndiansSeveral IndiansSeveral IndiansSeveral
Several species of monkeys afford affordfood affordfood affordfood
food for the natives of their habits habitsTravelers habItsTravelers habitsTravelers
Travelers who have tried them declare declarethemgood declarethem declarethenIgood
themgood themgoodThe them good goodThe
The socalled king of beasts is usu usually umaUy usually ¬
ally associated with eating rather than thanbeing thanbeing thanbeing
being eaten yet the lion is an article articleof
of food among the natives of the conn conntries conntries countries
tries he inhabits inhabitsDogs inhabitsDogs inhabitsDogs
Dogs are eaten by the California CaliforniaIndians CaliforniaJndions CaliforniaIndians
Indians in times of distress they do
not use them for this purpose in or ordinary
dinary times because they are too toovaluable toovlluable toovaluable
valuable to them for other purposes purposesMarco
Marco Polo says the Tar TnrtarB Tartarsused tars used dogs dogsfor
for food as did also thc d Mexicans the thenative
native door or Alco i
The chase of the horse for the pur purposes pur1oses purposes
poses of food was one of the chief oc occupations occupations occupations ¬
cupations of man in Europe in the theNeolithic theI
I Neolithic Age The Tartars eat horses horsesas
as regular diet and there are many manybutcher manybutcher manybnt
butcher bnt h r shops s ops in Paris and Vienna Viennawhejo ViennaI Viennawhole
I whejo only bowpfleflhiB horl l1eshiB sod sodTbo so soTllo sodTbo I
Tbo wild ass is eaten ia Abyssinia in4byssiniaandIho Abyssiniaand bY8siniajand i
and andIho Ihedesh he desh of the suckling foal is isesteemed i8este isesteemed
esteemed este mel1 by the Lasilio a great lain dainty claintv lainty ¬
ty Thc milk of asses is also used in inAbyssinia inbyssiniR inAbyssinia
Abyssinia as as is the milk of mares by bythe bythe byI
the Tartars TartarsThe TartarThe
I I The tallest and awkwardest cst of all allcreatures allcreatures allcreatures
creatures the giraffe when grown to tomaturity tomaturitY tomaturity
maturity is defended from all human humanteeth humanteeth humanteeth
teeth by its impenetrable toughness toughnessbut
but when young it is esteemed highly highlyas
as food foodTho foudTho foodThe
Tho rhinoceros tho elephant and andthe andI
I the hippopotamus three most gigan gigantio
tio of creatures are all edible and andindeed andindeed andindeed
indeed greatly esteemed as food foodThe foodI foodThe
I The porcupine has a 1 repulsive ex exterior exterior oxtenor ¬
terior but a delicious interior when whenproperly whenI whenproperly
properly served servedHow servedHow servedHow
I How strange it seems to eat moss I 1Yet IYet IYet
Yet the Iceland moss found in the thewest thewest thewest
west and north of that country is ex excellent excellent excellent ¬
cellent for consumptives and is used usedin
in Iceland in times of scarcity scarcityTho
Tho Old World species of locusts locustsform locustsform locustsform
form articles of food with certain certainsemicivilized certainsemicivilized certainemicivi1ized
semicivilized and savage races by bywho bywho bywhom
who whom m they are considered as delica delicacies ¬
des or as part of ordinary diet dietThere dietThere dietThere
II There is a 1 kind of clay clayeatenby eaten by cer certain cerI certs1un ¬
I tain people in the Carolinas CarolinasGrasshoppers Ciro1inasI CarolinasGrasshoppers
Grasshoppers are eaten by Indians IndiansTo
I To most people in our country countrysnails countryI
I snails seem to be a strange food foodthough foodthough fooJthough
though they have been used for a long longtime longtime longtime
time in France Italy and Spain The Thehelix Thet
t helix pomatia or tho edible snail snailI
I which is the kind that is used has in inI
I recent years been farmed in this coun country connI country ¬
try and sold in tho New York mar markets mlUkets mart ¬
I kets
The selection of the tongues of ofbirds ofbirds ofbirds
birds as an article of diet seems to us usstrange usstrnng usstrang
strange yet the tongues of song birds birdsand biraand birdsand
and of the peacock were great deli delicacies delicacies delicacies ¬
cacies among the Romans RomansFew RomansFew RomansFew
Few of us or indeed of any people peoplewould peopleWould peoplewould
would think of eating parrots es especially especially especially ¬
pecially if anything else could be got gotten gotten gotten ¬
ten yet the Romans esteemed them themfor themfor themfor
for the table tableGraces tableCraces tableCranca
Graces arc sometimes used for food foodThe foodThe foodThe
The American ostrich of South SnathAmerica SoatbAmerica SouthAmerica
America is eaten both flesh and eggs eggsThe eggsThe eggsThe
The eggs of the African ostrich are areused areuged areused
used and the flesh when the bird is isyoung isyonng isonng
young youngThe yonngThe onngThe
The albatross largest and strongest strongestof
of birds produces eggs that are edi edible ediI cdible ¬
I
ble bleThere
There is a weed in this country countrymuch aouutrymuch countrymuch
much cursed curse I by all who have to do dowith doI dowith
with the soil and its products called calledin
I in vulgar phrase pussly No ono in inth inI intha
th tha l country would think of eating e ting it ityet ityet ityet
I yet this foe fo of farmers and gardeners gardenersis
I is used as a salad in Europe and andEgypt andEgypt
Egypt EgyptAcorns EgyptAoorns EgyptAcorns
I Acorns in this country are put to tot no nouse DO DOt
t t use unless it be for swine j but in Sax Saxon S Son SaxI
I on times mast was valued not only onlyfor I
i for herds but for man In times of f fdreath
i dreath acorns were boiled and eaten eatenby eatenby eatenby
by the poor in England and in France Franceas
as one species is still in Southern Eu Europe Europe Europe
rope ropeWhales
Whales are no longer lon ereaten eaten by civi civilized oirilized civilized
lized men but in the thirteenth cen century
tury their tongues were held in great greatesteem greatesteem greatesteem
esteem in parts of Europe Whales Whalesare Vhslesare
are now with seals and nd walruses wl ruses the thechief thechief thechief
chief food of many inhabitants inh bit4nts of ofthe ofihe ofth
the th Arctic Ar o region reii QI l the thlr Bar earT
T r 1 4 c
whalthtGreenlandera what thl Greenlinders eat ea flesh fat fatandakic fatandakit I Iand
kir r rIsingLaiia tIaiug rIsingle
andakic and
IsingLaiia Iaiug it a strange food it is a agelatine afteIaUne age1atine
gelatine prepared i epared from the air blad bladders bladden bladdersof ¬
den dersof of 4fcrent rent kinds of fish from fromlarge fromIrge fromlarge
large riveTthat riftt rive t at flow into > > tho North NorthSeas Nortband orLhand
and CBl Cup Seas SeasDELECT SeatlLEC1 SeasZLECT
DELECT LEC1 SIFTING SIFTINGfrequently SIFfINGSfrequently SJFTlNGSEIepb
EIepb frequently live 120 years yearsA I Iand
A lionesJand lionei and two leopards escaped escapedfrom escapedfrom I IS
from a cimjia cfr S in 1D Marion County Ohio OhioMahlon OhIOYahlon OhioMablon
Mahlon k 1 Sellers postmaster at atWindsor atWindsor I
Windsor istle stle Penn has held his hiaappointmelTfifty hi hiappointme I Iappointme
appointmelTfifty appointme t fifty years yearsThe yearaThe yearsThe
The pagoof pa Iof f honor to t Mary Tudor TudorJohn Tudo1I TudorJohn
John JerviS Jervl I by name was one of the thetiniest thetiniest thetiniest
tiniest dwass llw dw4s of his day dayMurphy dayMnrphy iy iyMurphy >
Murphy bp us been given up as au auAnglicizedjnrrnption auAnglicizewrruption anAngliciZCrrLIptiOfl
Anglicizedjnrrnption of his name by byan byan byan
an Irish difjymen ymen who has taken up upagain upagain upagain
again the thore rye J form OMorchoe OMorchoeThe I
The kifr ki kite of beasts in his native nativewilds natit6wilds nativewilds
wilds often lives ves for 100 years A lion lionin lionin I
in captivi oaptivin jun n the Tower Tow r of London Londonlived Londonlived Londonlived
lived thereffcventy there venty years and his age agewas agewas agowas
was unknown unknoimwhen when he was captured capturedSitting capturedSitting I
Sitting Sitti g Bills Btl s ponywhich pony whiab was in his hi hiposses8iOU I IpossessJOn
possession possessionStanding n he was shot on the theReservation theStanding theStanding
Standing Standingyears Reservation name five fiveow fiveyears
years agO aj6fin a i ow owned by a farmer farmerinnty farmerin III IIIyears
in Stanley StanleyPoland innty South Dakota Dakotathe DlkotaPoland DakotaPoland
Poland Polandhad the fourteenth century centuryhad I Ihad
had a pig pigwho king kin Ladialas the Short Shorta Shortwho I Iwho
who won wonnorthern 4o a victories than any other othermarch othernorthern I Inorthern
northern northernwho 4naroh march of his time and andeat andwho
je
who left leftstatesman a akreat eat name as a jurist juristruler juriststatesman juriststatesman I
statesman 81 ruler rulerwhalthtGreenlandera
The olaiof ala or being the youngest youngestmother yonngestmother youngestmother
mother in tie State of Oregon is niado niadofor maJofor maaafor
for Mrs JEJ J Mageo wife of tho mar marshall mBrshall marshall
shall of M Mlchell chell Township who is a alittle alittle 1 1little
little over fI1een teen years old and has a ahandsome ahandsome ahandsome
handsome aid in l healthy boy baby babyMichigan babyMichigan babyMichigan
Michigan papers are ar telling with withapparent withapparent withapparent
apparent siicority of a par3nip eight eightfeet eigMfeet eightfeet
feet and twpfoohes t ahes in length recently recentlypulled recentlypuned recentlypulled
pulled at pion ion City and a radish radishgrown radishgrown radi8hgrown
grown at fthoolcraft that measures measurestwentythrc measnre3While measurestwentythrnchcs
twentythrc twentythrnchcs finches in circumference circumferenceing circumferenceWhile
While hn hnDarby hi4tlng ing a few days ago Oaf OafDarby OatDarby
Darby of A Aof anis ms Ind lost the sight eightby sightof
of his left e esoot by a peculiar accident accidentHe accidentHe
He fired at atp abbit and one of the thaed thesoot thesoot
soot rebou rebouthe rebou4led ed and struck him in in3tantly intho inthe
the oye oyeeight 3tantly destroying the thebbled thesight theBight
eight eightA
A mouse mouselated bbled through the insu insug insulated menlatoti
lated cover coversupply coverig g of an electrical light lightia lightsupply lightsupply
supply viro wirojin ia a tomato factory in inSalem inS inSalem
Salem S lem N Jfstid 1 a fire resulted which whichstewed whichstewed whichstewed
stewed SOOd 800 8OO1illons illons of skinned toma tomatoes tomatoes tomatoes ¬
toes Thescwere Thest yere given away to the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor people f the town townCherryfieJL townOherryJi townCherryfieMe
CherryfieJL Me has a fire company
bearing theraaVname of the EggBeat EggBeater EOg
er Fire Commny It appears to be a agood agood agood
good compaiy too toofor for thecitizens of ofCherryfiold ofCherryfiold I
Cherryfiold Live just presented to it a asilver 1 1silver isilver
silver trnmpe trnm e in recognitio recognitiolfof of recent recentgood recentgood I Igood
good work infighting a fire firaRosef fireBoge I
Roget BuffA B t bibtO fivAto fi 0 suggest suggestthe
the use of ectaoles Vhen l1en they theycame theycame theycame
came into us u usifl m Italy about the year
1825 on theoecommendatiou thefconmendation of Alles Allessandro Allessnndro Alicesaudro
sandro di Spma a monk of Pisa Pisawomen PISBwomen Pieswomen
women were forbidden to wear them thembecause thembecause thembecause
because it it > KU thought such facial or ornamentatidiwould ornamenLati ornatnentatio
namenLati namentatidiwould iiJwould wOuld make them vain vainA i iA
A young tomnu WAS brought bro ht before beforeJudge bQoreJudge beforeludge
Judge Stee of Flatbusl N Y on onthe onthe onthe
the charge pf kissing her husband hu band in inpublic inpublic inpublic
public anJfQgloud and 10 loud as to constitute a abreach abreaoh abreach
breach of the th peace The Judge de decided tiecided < 1eaided ¬
cided that a woman had a right to kiss kissher kisshet kissher
her husband out loud and wherever wherevershe r I Ishe
she chose cad put the complainant complainantunder complainantunder
under a pe pea < ue bond bondA
A A Slize ze Bed Fellow FellowA ellowA
A R Gdffdwyn G iwyn tells of rather nn nnamusing nuamusing anamusing
amusing in identbut iJent but what might have haveproved h haveproved ve veproved
proved a serious iou8 accident which oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred ncaOTie nea Ite e Lincoln County line lineAaron lineAaron lineAaron
Aaron Wocfyi Wo y 1 with his family lives livesin livesin livesin
in a small lugout jout Oout near ar Barnard and andone andone andone
one night week Sam Whites cat cattle cattle cattie ¬
tle broke Cut nt and one of b fcitg steers steersweighing Bteersweighing stcerweighing
weighing Ibout bout sixteen hundred hundredpounds hundredpounds hundredpounds
pounds waBerod w wi lured onto the roof of tho thodugout thodugout tbodugout
dugout aJfwent a went directly over the thobed thebed thebed
bed occupmi occup L by Mr rr and Mrs Woody WoodyHe YoollyHe
He went lw 1 McGinty to tho bottom bottomstriking boUomstriking bottomstriking
striking tB t bed but fortunately he hefell hefell hefelL
fell acrossmo across 0 headboard and not di directly airectIy directiy ¬
rectIy on pTrfeeping sleeping occupants Mr MrWoody MrWoody Ir IrWoody
Woody finely fi Ily got the steer off and andlooked andlookeel antilooked
looked aftte4he alt I4ho injuries of his wife wifeand wifeanll wifeanti
and chil The latter he at first firstthought firstthought firstthought
thought hi been killed and a doctor doctorwas
was sent fV but it speedily recovered recoveredand
antI no sewls se s injury except a terrific
scare restmd res d from the accident acci < 1ent This Thisis rhisis
is a greftjfl gr dry where cattle wand wander wan 1 ¬
er on tojpLtne to the houses and fall in on onpeople onpeople onpopleW II
people whiljthey w they are asleep asieepThnue asieepThnuespoils Minne Minneapolis lnne lnneapolis ¬
apolis Menager MenagerA Yel8r1 er erA
A Sejttioutliera eontbern Amusement AmusementThe rnucmeDtThe
The old o Southern cake walk is isbecoming isbecoming inbecomiDg
becoming fihing lug of the past in some someparts Bomeparts somepartsof
parts partsof of thjBoath t I ath In its stead there thereis
is now no a dWe e which is known as the thers thera I Irag
I ITho
rag ra raThe Tho Thocentre d rs form a square in the thedance thecentre I
centre centreing irs dance hall each stand standman standing standing
ing sopatayly sepa SOpap I a aalternate man and a woman womanTho womana1ternlt womanaiternateb
alternate alternateThen aiternatebThen 1 1Then r
Then th tbtte < re is a caller who stands in inthe inthe inthe
the middltof the floor floorJoin 11oorJoin floorJoinhndsl
Join Joinhndsl htnds 1 he yells There is a ashuffle ashuftle ashuffle
shuffle of ofke te e feet and a d the gentlemen gentlemensasha gentiemenusasha gentlemensashao
sasha sashao or 0 dance across the room roomend room8nd roomand
end join joinbtnds binds with the ladies Both Bothshuffle Bothhnme Bothshuffle
shuffle thtt feet when presently the thecaller thecaller thecaller
caller jlMkt the top of his voice voiceEveryTaoJyrag1 voiceuEveryDc voiceEveryboiyrag
uEveryDc EveryTaoJyrag1 EveryTaoJyrag1Dancing Yrag I IDanc i
Dancing Danc Danoincontunnes Dacontinues continues for some time timeis timoand timeandwheall
and andwheall whell is over the best rag ragare ra ragging
ging gingThe CQ CQare are awarded the cake cakeis cakeThe cakeThe I
The Theto E r is i a dance very similar similarVirginia similarto
to the co o ois Virginia reel but there therefiling tbereis
is more moreof 5ifihung filing min of the feet and it is isuration isof isof
of longer longerald 1onger1rationNew uration arationXew New York Her Herging Herald 11craid
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Oriental Semis Semisitntala SecretsThe I ITh
The Thecertain O4ntals itntala possess the secrets of ofhisons ofeertaln ofcertain
certain certaintheir jisOns hisons in which they dip dipjrs diptheir diptheir
their theirthese da d53rs jrs j a scratch from one of ofifoned ofthese ofthese
these thesedeath ifoned instruments in causes causescompounded ean cautesdeath es eseath
death deathherbs is s compounded of certain certainberries certninherbs certainherbs
herbs herbsron berries unknown to Eu EurOfea u uroea
ron rOfea roea DdruiL TJibuue
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CULTURE OP GINSENG G1SSESQGinseng GIX GINSENGGinseng O OGinseng
Ginseng has not been successfully
grown under ordinary cultivation It Itis ItIs
is of so wild a nature that when re removed removed removed ¬
moved from the natural beds in the thewoods thewoolls thewoods
woods it refuses to grow just as some somewild somewild somewild
wild animals refuse to eat in confine confinement confinement confinemont ¬
ment and ant starve It may however
be propagated by culture in woodland woodlandof woodlandofthe voo < Uand Uandof
of ofthe the right kind that is with a moist moistsoil moistsoiJ moistsoil
soil shaded by a northern exposure exposurend
nd having havin a good depth of black veg vegetnMe vegetnle vegeta1e
etnMe soil It grows from cuttings of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Toots with ease ea e but BO far the thetowirg theIowir thefowiig
towirg Iowir g of tho seed has not been found foundfeuccessfuL foundtmcce foundsuccessful
successful tmcce 8fuL it t may bo however that thatby thatb thatby
by b choosing the right soil and locality
the scd will grow growNew New York Times TimesTHE TimcTHE
THE COLTS TEETH TEETHTn TEETUIn IEETIITn
Tn the colt the incisor and the first firelthree firstthree firstthree
three molars on each jaw are always alwaystempoiary alwaystempoary alwaystcmpoLary
tempoiary and replaced by permanent permanentteeth
teeth couietimo during tho animals animalslife
life The last three molars are aronlwnys aronlwnys1ermanent always alwayspermanent alwayspermanent
permanent and are never replaced replacedTho r placeelTho
Tho teeth tet th make their appearance as asfollows nsfo1Jows asfollows
follows The two middle incisors and andtho andthe
the first three molars make their ap appearance appearance ¬
pearance before or some days after afterbirth afterbirth
birth the first laterals four or six sixweeks sixweeks
weeks after birth second laterals or orcorner orcorner orcorner
corner teeth six or nine months after afterbirth afterbirth
birth tho fourth molar first perma permanent pcrmaneut ¬
nent ones is cut at from ten to twelve twelvemonths twelvemontbs
months of age ageAt ageI ageAt
I At two and onehalf one half years tho mid middie millI middie
I die le incisors incisors and the first and second secondmolars secondmolars
I molars are replaced At the same time timethe timeI
I the fifth molar is cut At three and andonehalf amIlonehalf andI
lonehalf I onehalf the first lateral incisors and andtho andz andthe
z tho third molar are replaced At four fourand
I and onehalf the corner teeth are re replaced rellnced replaced ¬
placed and the sixth molar is cut In Incase Incnse InI
I case of n 1 male the canine teeth are
also replaced at four and onehalf onehalfFarm onchalIInrm onehalfrarm
Farm Field and Fireside FiresideIS FiresidernOFIT FiresidePROFIT
PROFIT IS BREEDING SOWS SOWSAfter eowsAfter
I After every large corn crop there is isi
i I always a brisk bri k demand for young pigs pigsthe
II the following spring Farmers who whohave whohave whohave
have witnessed many such time in intheir inI inticir
I their t eir lives always calculate to save a agoodly agoodly agoodJy
goodly number of breeding sown to be
mated early in December and furrow farrowthe farrothe furrowthe
the last of March or first of Aprilrho Aprilrhoperiod April Aprilhoperiod Il1e Il1eperiOll
period of gestation in a sow is about aboutsixteen aboutsixteen aboutsixteen
sixteen weeks though it sometimes sometimesoverruns someLimesoerrnns sometimesoverruns
overruns that two or three days daysWhether daysWhetiier
Whether hc er pork is cheap or dene den enrc breed breedJDg
JDg sipws ews Mil 11 nlw alwws 8 bo a source 6 rce of ofprofit ofrofitwhcn ofprofit
profit rofitwhcn when their prgs P 8s are sold while whileetill whilestill whilestill
still small The most rapid growth of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pig and that which costs the theleast theleast theleast
least is mode before it is 100 pounds poundsweight pounllsWcight poundsweight
weight Such pigs will also sell for formore formore formore
more per pound than those that are arelarger arelarger arelarger
larger It Itis is not uncommon when pigs pigsare pigsare pigsare
are dear for purchasers to pay very verynearly veryDearly verynearly
nearly as much for tho growing pig as asit asit asit
it will fell for when fattened The lO BOW BOWthat sowthat eowthat
that is bearing pigs will also tell for formuch formuch formuch
much more than her value for pork porkThe porkThe porkThe
The large course BOWS are best est for forbreeding forhreeding forbreeding
breeding but they should f bo mated matedwith matec1with matedwith
with a 1 small and fine boned boar By
thus breeding tho pigs li s will bo kept kepteasily kepteasily I Ien6i1y
easily and grow to a 1 larger lnr r size than thanpiis thanpi thanpigs
pigs pi s that are pure bred on both sides sidesBoston sidcsDoston idcsBoston
Boston Cultivator CultivatorA
A CASE OF MILK FEVER FEVERThe PEtERTho FEVETIThe
The symptoms of milk fever are as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows The ho animal suddenly su llenl be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes unable to stand and lies in inpreat inreat ingreat
great reat pain moaning in a short time timetho timetho timethe
tho pain increases until tho animal animalbecomes nnimalbecomes animalbecomes
becomes frantic dashing the head headfrom hoaiifrom headfrom
from side to side sometimes breaking
tho horns and braising tho face f co ser eeriously serionsly
ionsly Then stupor occurs and the thoanimal theanimal
animal nnimallies lies with the head on tho fhnr fhnkI ftinkthe fhnrtho
I the neck being htiffand stiff and rigid It oc occurs occurs occurs ¬
curs about the second clay after calv calving cnlvnnd calving ¬
ing and comes on suddenly without withoutany
I any warning If the third day after aftercalving aftcrcalving aitercalving
calving passes without an attack tho thocow thocow thecow
cow will escape e cape or recover but death deathutually deathmuaUy deathI deathnualIy
I utually occurs the third day d Y after the theattack theI theattak
attack The treatment is to apply applypounded npplypounc1ell appypounle1
I pounded ice in bags to the head and
to plenty of soft straw strawabout strl strlabout str4wabout
about the animal especially about the thehead thehead thehead
head to give a powerful purgative purgativeas
as two pounds of Epsom salts with withhalf withhaIr withball
half an ounce of carbonate of ammonia ofnmmoniaand ammoniaand
and the same of nux vomica The Thobody Thebol1y Thebody
body should be covered with sheets sheetseoaked sheetssoaked sheetseoaked
eoaked and kept wet with cold water waterthe waterthe waterthe
the water being permitted to run runnnder rununder rununder
under the body When there is no nofrenzy nofrenzy nofrenzy
frenzy the ice i e to the head is not notneeded notneeded notneeded
needed As soon as asthe the bowels operate operatefreely operatefreely operatefreely
freely danger is passed This disease diseaseis d4seaseis seae seaeis
is most frequent with cows either in inpoor inpoor inpoor
poor or too high condition and d per periect per1eet perleet
iect quietness and very light feeding feedingfor
for a few days before the calving will willgenerally willgeneraJly willgenerally
generally prevent it For this reason reasonit
it is advisable for every dairy to have havea
a retired half dark quiet place in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which to keep the cows cowsior for a few days daysbefore daysbefore daysbefore
before and three days ays after calving
With rith moderate feeding eedin before this oc occurrence 00eurrence occurrence ¬
currence and this quietness this dis disease disease Ii IieBe ¬
ease very rarely happens happensXew New York YorkTimes YorkTimes
Times TimesVtPZCTIOtS
JNFECCOUS DISEASES AMONG A1IO J POUMtHT POUMtHTSome POtTILXETSome
Some valuable vl11n blo investigations of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these have been mnde by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States bureau of animal industry Dr DrTheobald DrTbeobalcl DrTheobahi
Theobald Smith and Dr V A Moore MooreTho MooreThe MooreThe
The importance of o the poultry in industry industry
dustry and the heavy looses occasioned occasionedI
by disease < l fease among fowls warrant a acontinuance acontinuance acontinuance
continuance of this work The present presentbulletin presentbulletin presentbulletin
bulletin No 8 of the bureau confirms
what has aPIJt in our ourcolumns onrcolumn ourcolumns
columns concerning an infections infectionsbowel infectionsOlreldic infectiousbowel
bowel Olreldic Jitease ce amonsf alDon turkeys No Noetectivc Soc1 NoetlEctive
etectivc c1 ctic rcmeilv had yet been found foundthough foundthough oun ounthou
though thou h disinfection is urged of all alljuarei allcuare 11 11Ut
cuare juarei Ut r I < 5 where hcr any any diseased ileWi d birds ird5
been kept Tho best solution is
ounce of corrosive sublimate in I
gallons of water applied with a
or mop after standing twenty twentyfour twentyfour I
four hours It is very poisonous and
its virtue in proportion to the
of dirt present hence tho
woodwork etc should be becleaned becleaned becleaned I
cleaned before applying the disinfect disinfectant ¬
ant and the manure covered with withlime withlime
lime The report contains an inter interesting interesting interesting ¬ I
esting paper > on three outbreaks of offowl offowl offowl
fowl cholera anti a hogcholeraliko hogcholeralikodisease
disease in pigeons pigeonsThe JigeonsThe II IIdisease
The moSt mo t important feature is the thoreport thereport
I Ireport
report on diphtheria in fowls Dr DrMoore DrMoore
Moore holds that the sooalled fowl fowlronp fowlroup fowlroup 1
roup influenza and sometimes sometimescholera sometimescholEr sometimeschokra
cholera are one antI the same In Intho Inthe I
the early stages of this disease the thoexudations theexutiations I IeXUllations
exudations are frequently of a serous serousor
or mucous character and often fowls fowlsdie fowlsllie fowlsdie I
die before the diphtheritio condition conditionappears conditionappears conditionappears
appears Tho disease usually runs a aslow aslow aslow
slow chronic course from which the thomajority themajority themajority
majority of afflicted fowls recover recoveralthough recoveralthough recoveralthough
although it may run a rapid fatal fatalcourse fatalconrse fatalcourse
course Treatment consists largely in indisinfecting indisinfecting indisinfecting
disinfecting tho premise letting in inaunlight insunlight insunlight
sunlight and nd giving tho fowls plenty plentyof
of o exercise pure drinking water dry dryquarters dryquarters dryquarters
quarters and a good food also in re removing ramoving ¬
moving the mucus in advanced stages stagesThis stagesThis stagesThis
This trouble can probably bo pre prevented prevented provented ¬
vented entirely by such sanitary sanitarymethods sanitarymethods sanitarymethods
methods if precautions are taken not notto notto notto
to introduco the disease by buying buyingaffected huyingaffectcd buyingaffected
affected fowls The diphtheria germ germin germin
in fowls fowlsis is in no way like that in man manout manDut mannut
out it is claimed to be possible po iblo for lordiphtheritic fordiphtheritic fordiplitheritic
diphtheritic fowls to transmit the lie disease < liscase lieease ¬
ease to children and vice versa This Thisdisease Thisdisease Thisdisease
disease is not to bo confounded with withtrue withtrue withtrue
true fowl cholera choleraAmericln American Agricul Agriculturist Agriculturist Agriculturist ¬
turist
A NEW EW TEED PLANT PLANTOno r PLANTOne r rOno
Ono of the now plants about which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there has been considerable inquiry of oflate oflate oflate
late is cassava a plant which grows growschiefly growschieOy growschiefly
chiefly in the West Indies and Africa AfricaThe Africarhe AfricaThe
The punt closely resembles the cas castor castor castor ¬
tor beau tho leaf is like that of the thebean thebeun thebean
bean but not so largo Tho seeds seedsform seedsform seedsform
form a smooth pod pot I01 and when ripe
resemble the castor beau seed though thoughhardly
hardly so large nor darlr They riuen riuenin rijenin I
in about eleven months monthsTho monthsrho monthsThe
The stalk will stand 8bI tl thirtytwo de degrees dcgrecg dogreds ¬
grees of cold and whore tli6 t mercury mercurydoesnot mercnrYdoetnot mercurydonot
doesnot fall lower wcr than tllis t s will illlivo illlivonnll livo livonnd livoafldrow
nnd afldrow jrow row fonyVam rOry fortnrue arg If tho fcil Ills is rnh rnhandit rihanltit r4nhantiit
andit has sufficient 8ull cient distanA distan it will willgrov willgrow willgrow
grow almost t to a tree in one year yearThe yearfhe ear earThe
The Southern Cultivator gives the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowintz
following description of the plant plantA
A cultivated field of this qneershrnb qneershrnblooks
looks like a nursery of young peach peachtrees peachtrees
trees Iho plant grows about five fivefeet fivofeet fivefeet
feet high the stem of each being iso isolated iBoloted isolated ¬
lated with a few long lon pointed pointeilleaves pointeilleavesat leaves leavesat
at the top and a 1 bud but or projecting projectingnucleus projectingnucleus projectingnucleus
nucleus of a sprout at nearly every
inch of tho otherwise nearly naked nakedstem nakedstern nakedstein
stem Dig down a bit and you will willfind willfiud willfind
find a cluster of irregularshaped tub tubers tnber ¬
ers resembling very large long pars parsnips pnrsnips parsnips ¬
nips five or six to the plant weigh weighing weighing weighjug ¬
ing twentyfive or thirty pouqds Tho Thoroots Thoroots Theroots
roots only are eaten When a field fieldhas fieldhas fieldhas
has been harvested tho stems are arechopped orochopped arechopped
chopped into pieces about four inches incheslong in incheslong hes heslong
long and these are planted They Theytake Theytake Theytake
take root ro t at the nodes or joints and audsprouts nndsprouts andsprouts
sprouts appear above ground in two or orthree orthree orthree
three weeks The bitter kind used in inBrazil inBrazil inBrazil
Brazil mnnihot utilissima requires requirestwo r quirestWt
two years to perfect a crop while tho thosweet thosweet thesweet
sweet variety grown in Florida mini minihot mBnihot mauihot
hot ftipi will make a oop in seven or oreight oreight oreight
eight months monthsAccording monthsAccording monthsAccording
According to the journal l quoted quotedfor
for horses mules cows CO hogs etc etcthere etcthera etcthert
there is no root that will compare with withit
it No stock however will bo apt to tocat tocat tocat
cat it at tho first trial but when of offered offered offereti ¬
fered them two or three times when whenhungry whenhunsry whenhungry
hungry before he fore food they theyliko like is given giventhey gicnthey giventhey
they begin to relish it and no further furthertrouble farthertrouble furthertrouble
trouble is known It should bs pulled pulledup
up and thrown to hogs as they waste wasteit
it if turned turne on the patch for it very
goon spoils crude in the open air airFor ai aiFor
For other animals it should be bebrushed Lebrushe bebrushed
brushed clean and washed well All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the peeling may be left for the stock stockbut stockbut stockbut
but not for human food foodFAUST roodYAml foodFAInt
FAUST AND A D GABDEX NOTES KOTE3Make NOTESMake OEqMako
Make a note of desirable beauties beautiesfor
for next seasons planting plantingPot
Pot a few more bulbs for succession successionof
of bloom in the window garden gardenCacti garJenCacti gardenCacti
Cacti should be watered wa ered sparingly sparinglyfrom
from now on allowing allowin them to take taketheir taketheIr taketheir
their winters rest restIt restIt restIt
It is not well to give the calla too toomuch toomuoh toomuch
much pot room for folinge foliK 6 may thus thusbe thusbe thusbe
be produced instead ins tend of flowers flowersGive flowersGive flowersGive
Give the window plants as much air airas airas
as possible on warm days and make makearrangements makearrangements makearrangements
arrangements for protecting the out outdoor outdoor outdoor ¬
door plants on cold nights nightsThe night9The nightsThe
The hardy chrysanthemums outside outaidamay outitlem3Y outsidemay
may be made to bloom until after acv acveral seVeeral sevoral
eral hard freezings if the blossoms blossomsare
are slightly protected at night nightCarefully nightCtrefnlly nightCarefnlly
Carefully inspect every plant plantbrought plantbrought plantbrought
brought into the house to discover discoverany di discoverany over overany
any lurking insect and give each eachplant eachplant eachplant
plant a thorough thorot tlto gh syringing before set setting 8ettmg settuig ¬
ting on the plant shelves shelvesJosminun shelvesJasminnn shelvesJasnninun
Josminun grandifiornm is a beauti beautiful bcantifnl bcautiful ¬
ful vine for the window win oY garden g rJen and andeure nndsure andsure
sure to give satisfaction bive ive it a alight alight alight
light sunny situation and occasional occasionalapplications occasionaapplic occasionalapplications
applications applic tlOns of liquid manure
Have you laid in a supply of cab cabbage cabbage cabbage ¬
bage for the hens this winter A cab cabbage cabbage cabbage ¬
bage head hung up in tho scratching scratchingpen s ratchingptn
ptn vi will ill furnish employment for the thehen toehen thehens
hen 1 and will do them good Cabbage Cabbagew
w 1 cheap too
1E11 1E11GOSSIP e
GOSSIP GOSSIPQueen
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Queen Victoria used to write witverscs witverscsThe verses versesThe
The Queen of Portugal is a good goodphysician goodphysician r rphysician
physician physicianTho
Tho Queen of Roumania ofRonmanlafairly fairly f irly revels revelsin I Iin
in literature literatureThe l lThe
The Princess of Wales is t i fine pian pianist planist ¬ t tist
ist and practices regularly regularlyMrs rcgulnrlMrs
Mrs Robert Louis Stevenson has hassailed bagsailed
from San Francisco for her herhome herhome
home in Samoa SamoaThe SamoaThe SamoaThe l
The London School Board wants to tointroduce tointroduce tointroduce
introduce flogging into thoi industrial industrialschools industrialschools industrialschools
schools for girls r TA rA rA
A New Yorl YorltfCitt ity restaurant keeper keeperproposed kecperpropo keeperproposed
proposed propo cll to put his hi waiter wl tcr girls in inbloomers inbloomers inbloomers
bloomers and they struck struckTho struckTho struckThe
Tho captain of the British Ladies LadiesFootball LadiesFootball
Football Club complain that men will willnot willnot willnot t
not tako the play of women seriously seriouslyElizabeth seriouslyElizabeth seriouslyElizabeth
Elizabeth duly Stanton whoso whosoeightieth whosofghticth whosepighticth
eightieth birthJay was recently cole celebrated colehrated colabrated ¬
brated is learning to play on the thepinno thepiano
piano pianoA pianoA
A woman lather lath r is regularly em employed omployed employed ¬
ployed at her trade in tho neighbor neighborhood noighhorood neighborhood ¬
hood about Biddeford Me le in which whichtown whichwn whichtown
town wn she lives livesGovernor livesGovernor livesGovernor
Governor Stone of Missouri re recently rOepently roently ¬
cently commissioned as notary public publica
i p a member of tho Order of Sisters of ofCharity ofCharity ofCharity
Charity in St Louis LouisIt
It is altogether possible thit the girl girlbaby girlaby girlaby
aby Olga born in St Petersburg tho thoother thoI
I other day may be tho autocrat of all alltho 011tho alltho
tho Russias some day dayJohn da daJobnOliver dayg
g John JobnOliver Oliver Hobbce tho charming charmingyoung chnrmingyoung charmingyoung >
young authoress who recently visited visitedn
in n New York Y rk City speaks eight ei ht lan langnagcs Ianguagcs
I gnagcs including Latin and Greek GreekPrincess GreekPrincess GreekPrincess l
Princess Maud of Wales objects to tomarrying tomarrying tomarrying
marrying Prince Pr I1co Christian of Den Denmark D Dtnmark n ¬
mark as has been arranged for her heron heron f 1 1the
on the ground that ho is her cousin cousinFive cousinFive
Five waitresses in bloomers have havobeen hnobean havebeen I
been serving inn in n Los Angeles Oil Gilrestaurant C11lestaurant Oilrestaurant
restaurant for several weeks and the theinnovation thoinnovation tlioinnovation
innovation is regarded as a success successthere SUCCCSithere
there thereThe rl V VThe
The editor of a Missouri newspaper newspaperhas
has offered a years subscription to hit hitjournal hiljournal hisjournal
journal as a prize to the theyoiiig young yo 1It woman womanwho womanwho Vouunwho
who will write him tho best ue t proposal proposalof lrOpo 1l 1lof
of marriage marriageThirtyfive marriageThirtyfive marriagoThirtyfive
Thirtyfive young women bicyclists bicyclistsof
of Topeka Kan arranged nrrau arranged ell to make a asensation t tsensation asensation
sensation on a certain Sunday by at attending Itttending attending
tending church in a body arrayed in
their
The old time Quaker half Imnillcer Imnillcerchief hantiherchief
chief is boruillod out of acquaintance ncqnaiutuiicowith
with itself anti Rn llJJears appears on tho shoul shoulders shonlderso sliotilderso ¬
derso o tho girl irl o of today who is nny nnything 11111biqg itityhirg
thing but CJuaktjrjslj CJuaktjrjsljMrs r
Mrs ELizabeth Cutly StantRi Stantn thinks t
that tho horse hor e show 8ho New York Citya Cityaannual Cityiinnuai I Iunual
annual social function is an immoral imninrilexhibition immoralexbibition irnrnnrtlexhibition
exhibition on account of the cuatumji cuatumjiof
of the women who attend aUcuiFanny attendFanny < 1 1Fanny
Fanny J Crosby the hymn vritT vritTesteems r ri riesteems j
esteems her blindness a special diet dieting tesing t S ¬ 1
ing as asit it led her moro than uuytiiui uuytiiuielse ILnylhmplse tiaytiititlse
else to hymn writing She hi hu c cposed tin tinposed IIUJ
posed J > oaed over threo thousand thou3 m1 ius inJlil iupiiiiponge > iiii iiiipongs m mJiongs
pongs pongsMrs JiongsI pongeMrs
I Mrs Bondn of Newark N J Jscared Jcared Jseared
scared away a tramp with a revolver rcorI revoivrI
1 I and nd then th n fainted away She suys th tht thtI i t tphe tI
I phe iho was toiribly afraid that the re revolver rcolver revolver
volver would go off and shoot too toofBBcal timrascal tuoI
rascal rascalMisa rascalMi53
I I Miss Louisa Imogcno Guiney the tbopoetess thoJ thepoetess
poetess J > oetess is described as CCilli a light ht hltio hltioeyed Ii1tipyed Inc Incpyed
pyed girl delicate < as a wild rose cia eluBive ciasive In Infiive
Bive as thistledown Miss Guiiuy Guiiuyhas Guill Guillhas Onineyiaa
has iaa both Irish and French bloua iu iuher 1 1her a aher
her veins veinsMrs veinsMr8 veinsMrs
Mrs Rhoda Stearns of nigh lligliatt lligliattVt ato atoVt fttVt
Vt familiarly known as Aunt llh 11 11is Itis I t tis
is now in her 103d year She he eaj eajgoodhealth eujy3 eujy3good J Jgood
goodhealth good health with her rcntnl r facul faculties flcalties f4tciLties ¬
ties nnimpared nnimparel1lud and bidsjfiitrto bidCliL bids fakto livo livofor hNfor ltvofor
for years to come comeI comeEllen T TEllen
Ellen Terry the njjflrcsg a a1ress re59 nvjr nvjrtravels wvrtravels
I travels without a collcoVion colleo ol1 of rcccat rcccatphotograpixa rcatI rcetphotographs
I photographs of all bcVkilh hc kith an 1 lUll IJHtSho lUllI kiiIThe
I tSho puts them last into her b in httitc httitcI ywy ywyand c cI
I and decorates her room with tuuai tuuaiwherever tneIlwherever tueiwherever
I wherever she stops stopsM
M Rousseau tho new Governor GovernorGeneral GJvornorGeneral GvernorGeneral
General of the French possession 1Q i Sjioll in inJndoOhina inIndoOhinais iiiIndoOhina
JndoOhina is so intensely inteusel oppose ppo I to toevening tovening toevening
evening dregs for woueu that he hai
issued an n order that all alllllt1ie lailien attend attending nttcllllng attcnding ¬
ing ng Government balla shall wear hi high highnecked h hnecked hnecked
necked gcwns Ho ia i humorouily humorouilyknoirn hlllDowndyknown j
kknown known among the colonists as Mr MrModesty lr lrModesty t tModeaty
Modesty ModestyMrs ModeatyMrs
Mrs 1 r8 Maybrick the poisoner im imprisoned imI ¬
I prisoned for life in England i ii an unI
I American woman born bred nn1 e cia cJl1cated ciacated lu
1 cated in the South S llt 1 If lier er father wua wuaWilliam sva5William VuiWiUiam
William G Chandler Ch Dtller n abanker prominent prominentbanker promineutbanker
banker of Mobile Her ancestor ancestorervod nnceltoripelVed ancestorieerved
pelVed ervod in the Revolutionary War and andone ant antone audone
one of them Samuel Lhillipj LhillipjIiieutenantGoveruor Vt wtiLieutenantGovernor VtLieutenantGovernor
LieutenantGovernor of ofaetts MIUi1c Mtusichu MtusichuI Mtusichuysmos u uI
Betts
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FASHION S SFink NoTES NoTESPink ioYE3Pink
Pink in every known tint is a lead leading lcading ¬ a aIng
ing favorite this winter wintert winterBodices
t Bodices are cut longer in the waist waistanl waistanl Wahtn
anl n absolutely tight ti ht fitting in the thabask thebnck theback
bask baskTartans bnckTartans backTartans
Tartans appear in all claries o ogoods of ofgoods ofgooie
goods from silks and 01 satiu 6 til to t wools woolsand woolsand woo1and
and poplins poplinsMohair poplinI
I Mohair mozambique a li light ht quality qualityof
of mohair is one of th tlrj leading leal1in favor luvorites favorites or orites
ites in winter fabrics fabricsThe fabricsThe
4 The colors of autumn foil ol mo e are ro reproduced roproduced roproducediamauyof ¬
produced producediamauyof in many n of the thenew new taffetas taffetasin
in small brilliant figures figuresFitted fi3nreiFitted figareFitted
Fitted bo bo1ices 1 ices of seal otter chin chinchilla chinchilla chinchilla
chilla Persian lamb and dnrk < ucavei ucaveiare 1J ivcr
are ia high vogue tlmasnou tlmasnouHaircloth this 8 siwu siwuHaircioth liOn liOnf
f Haircloth his hid h d it ltd ts day lbjl ai a slzirfc
in n l Jdo rl
three inches widu for a facing faoiugVelvet Iloin facingVelvet
Velvet flowers ura sr r very elegnatly elegnatlyand i
and effectively used n ell upon dres u Jn Jnnote Iou houDeu Iounetc >
note and hats fur calliu receptiuttJ receptiuttJad
Iv and ad theatre and opora Wear 4 t tIv

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