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It is not they that nover knew
WVnkm sh nr rnir who are the brnve-
lliac u:e Ilii- iirmtil, the knightly few
V, hose Joy is si ill in servo nnd suvo
But they who in tlio weary nlpht
.Aniiil tin- ilm-iiiicBH mid tliusiress
Kavo Mrnj.vleil wiili (Iisensu uml Miht
Villi pi.ilul world wc.-iiunss,
They who havii yenrnej to stand ninnnjj
p no ricu uml nilsjhiy of the earth,
Whose sail, iismi uu; souls are wrnii
Willi Htai less litiio and hollow mj, d,,
Who cwti wiih every day, yet livo
TlinitiKh im 'i-eilesM, ii'nh'i iuhteiied years,
Whom, sweetest riuht itl to folivo
And sunk- iliviii- ly tljruusli tljt ir tears.
They ine Ihe nohio, they tlio Htrunx,
'J hi y are the tried, tm trusted ones,
And liioi.: h I heir way is hard and long,
fclraiK-hl to Uiu pilyiiiK tjod it runs.
Hariii r'a Wee kly.
A school hou.se is
(lie iKirlii end of ii,,.
lnissioiieis i ii ;i i i mi i
ill"; Ihal j mil ifii df ih,
llave given Ihe mallei
iition anil u in ..I,.;
bcsl inicivsls df lli
we I'oi 1
: i- men
last, ;i 1 1 I il is
will he lust in
proceed mirs. J
ll'l.s taken I'll- !;;!. 1
ti -CO have
' lie Impel Unit no linn,
uiiniia --ii, ih,. prim,. i-
proper! v shiiul.
plllVlil'Scd by I l.i
(-i.nl. I Irive been
ploted ;il n inn,.;, smaller
1HJW have lo lie j. I fr i;, p,-,,,,,., j v,
liarre always docs 1 1,- riiiljt linn- iniln
. .... i I.... t i
m.i inn neiav.s arc si'lllellliics
will prove in the piv.-ent cn-o
V.118 Snlllcthil'ir of n Kiie,,-!.,., wi...
Served nt Dinner.
"JJuiliiiu, you don't know how to
make cake!" exclaimed JUr. Smith,
thruwiiiK a lump ot hull cooked dough
iicnini tlio room nt tlio cat. "You never
Jim w now to maku eako. I'd rather eat
v i t miwdust. You ought to have seeu
tlio enko my mother made. That was
"Your mother npain always your
moth, r'" retorted Mrs. Smith, "pity
fchu didn't teach you somethiua!"
im... .i . ; .
t-.iciu mi j menu, mattanii' ill
wavrant I'll inako hotter cate myself
than you any day. "
"Why don't you try? You'll fiud ev
erything j,j the kitchen."
"Well, I c t u. "
"Well, why dou't you? You aro all
Smith found himself cornered, nnd
felt very uiieomforlahlo, ns ho had ei-
uier to Kurrcndur unconditionally or to
inako good his boast. He had never
Hindu n cake in his life, had no idea how
cakes were compounded, hut thought he
knew what was in thorn.
"I'll mnko the eako," he said.
"Well, ciimo into tho kitchen and
mnko it," proposed his wife.
" What, now?"
"Yes, now. I'll cell rhn fhinuo f,
Smith took off his coat, his collar and
necktiu nnd rolled up his shirt sleeves
'liny walked to the kitchen together,
and Smith said :
" What shall I mix it in?"
"Oh, you're doing it," Airs. Smith
"Ah, this will do," he said, taking
up a howl. "Xow bring me some water,
now son;,; raisins and currants, sugar
nnd giugir mnl allspice. Thero, that
will do." He put them all into the
lu.w I .,,. . : i . i. .
i-iiAiai uieni witn a SDOOll.
reraouai notoriety tins I in to to do with I . "'7 (,u!lt Keiu to stick together,"
an Authnr',1 Saeeesa. '10 f;"i;l- "Looks more like a thick soup
Person;.-! puhli. iiy, no sort that! h"H Mytliiti ulr.a Fancy I've got too
comes from the distribution 0f bio- ! Wlltl '' " "'itli drained off somo
graphical details and the. imblieai bvi of ! . l,u) wal; v alHl wus "'"'t
unenesses, may I
Three cheers ami ihr,.,. iii,-s three,
for the biave Vcniionler, ( 'o:iiiimili-rc
Dewey, ami his ;.;iilaut men. 'I'lu-v
fought to I .-iniMil il,,. Maine."
(Ireei; rI ti 1 1 : :i i 1 1 mm in u ;u. ,,V( ,. M
tin; fronl, ami :i -aai llic f.-,m,. ,,f this
New Kn'lanil int.- i Ini-'it,. ,v n,,,-
wcy. 'ei'inoiil is innn of
hero ol lie
lougtns or pipe aro joined, the tinners
nro bolted together, with a rubber gas
ket between, to make the joint tight
The flexible suction pipo is held out
: over tho water nnd over thesunkou boat
; from the wrecking boat by n gaff, and
i iron pipe is mlded to tho needed depth
Ly means of the gaff the pipe may bo
raised and lowered as occasion may ro
: ijtiire, as, for instance, to raise the low
er end of tho suction pipe from one part
or the canalboat up and over a cross'
i beam connecting the sides, to be lower
; ed into tho coal in another part of tho
hen the pipe is nil joined ou, it is
not nt onco lowered into tho coal. Tho
: pump is first charged with water, which
: is douo ia nu exceedingly brief time,
; and in a very simple wanner by means
j of a siphon attached to tho shell of the
' pump. Whi 11 it has been charged, tho
pump is started and the lower end of
tho suction pipe is thou lowered into
the' coal, and coal and water aro pump
ed up together and thrown out through
the pump's dischargo pipe in a continu
ous stream, A boat to receive tho coal
is made fast alongside tho wrecking
Duai, mm mo coal ironi tne pump is
discharged upon a screen set at an in
cline between tho two boats. Tho water
runs through the screen and tho coal
runs on into tho other boat.
Tho suction pipo can bo handled for
the most part fiom tho wrecking boat.
If any handling under water is neces
sary, a diver goes down for that pur
pose, and it may bo that tho diver
brings within tho power of tho pump
suction remnants of coal left in nooks
and crannies which it might otherwise
not have reached. When tho boat has
been emptied, if it is not too much
damaged or water soaked or too firmly
ucciiieu in tno mud. it w II f oatnf itse f.
If suction holds it to tho bottom, it will
riso wnen it lias been started clear.
l'uiiips of this kind aro made of from
t to 00 inches in diameter. New York
this appeal wus received iUr. Waim Uluo A
;i,.,i .1,.. i..,-'. of tint men's noto . M
iii-ii i . t i .... i i
THE RETIRED BURGLAR.
work of J)i
tiive him a
EL It I M
euninu rem h' es. Ccl
to somo purveyors of public i nlxrtaiu
ment, hut it seems pn, Inside that thero
lias been an overestiinati.m of irs valun
o tho makers of .,;,,;U );;eof i;, most
popular books ever writlcn was "AIno
In Wonderland." Its distribution mie t
bavo been enorninns nnd iloul,tles:j n
ttill goes vigorously on, l.r.t wlio bad
ever seen a liiceness of tho man who
wrote it? When Dr. Dik,,,, died tho
"i"or r nv uml i n. nm,...,,.,,.,.... 1.1.1 ....... 1
" I J I (OIU WHUI
is and what titlo he bad to bo held I
ratelul memory, thousands of hist
ebtors identified bin tor lie. first ii,!
as Lewis Carroll, tin author of tliej
inimitable stories il,t are aliiiust as fu
miliar to c-onri-inpornrv (.-liildn-u a-. I
"Mother (loose. " J)r. Uodgs,,.,
peace and a qim t life r.nd vei v l oriiinl.
ly disliked noti riciv. ,,'iany wi-a
people, he fo I (:r..-.;t plca.snro and
recreation in the i oninanioiishiii of nice
1 for their aiiiuseici vt ;.
t ;.:nl n:os:.
s that cM-r
"""-m i' ii inn or inn qui ci".
original ami delielu ful boo
veiu wruieu. . jiiit in, U(..v(.r considered
mereiy recan,,; js books beean
iamotis there was any need
should become, faiii-ius too.
io moilcst author iicul hositato to
pronueua wasterpn-tn 1 r (venaj opii
lar novel which 111 ed not bu a ma-.(.r.
pieeo and usimJly isn't one) f,;r fl..n.
that his suceesii v, ill invol-.o the sacri
fice of a reasonable privacy. His book
must be published if iis v.ort.'i is to be
fairly tested, hut that bo should bo pub
lished, too, is not at all iudisp-us.ible.
If ho chooses not to havu bis likenes.i
v,, ., I,, ,1..
...u , oiuiiinrnisin;; columns cf the
newspapers, lie can keep it out, and his
oo b nuuer; ii 110 preters that hi.-il
personal idiosyncrasies and eireuni-!
eiauees snouid net bu discussed, that,
too, can bo accomplished iu great mens
uro witijout much trouMe. Iho
wings tho public absululely
"U1 "iiiers in excliant-o for ils l.ivr
tn tint the.
1 take into a 1 an, when bis wife said:
I "L'idn't j our mother use flour?"
"Oh, yes yes ah, yes flour, of
course, " Then ho mixed iu flour until
U was so .-tiff that ho could hardly
l!'l it- "Now," said he, "I'll take
this ake round to tho baker's nnd In.
it babul properly." lie started off, and
When 1 be reached the baker's ho said:
" Will yon just throw this stuff away
and put in its place one of your best
That night at supper Mrs. Smith had
her mother and sister with her. She
kud told them of thn cal.-,. ,,.,,1 tn.,..
were expecting great fun at Smith's ex
pense. Tin- cuke did not conio until sup
ri'r time. Smith took it from tho boy
"This is my cake somctbiiiiT nirn n
i.iau. no carried in the
placed it on tho tablo.
"Here's a noto in the paper,
Mrs. Smith. "I'll read it:
. 1 T"S (... ....
n.i-i nm m-y we arc nil out of
v, 1 ,,,u round eiikeinslend,
ouis obeiliemly, h. linowN, linker."
Now Y'ork Ledger.
The Two I.ohea of the Itralu.
In tho ordinary working of the brain
ono half is moro active than the other
and exercises a superiority on its noiuh
bor lobe. This lobe in ordinary per
sons tho left, of course is tho cerebral
master. Heredity,- education, or what
wo will all tho combined influences.
in short, which mold human life havo
tended, by some procoss of physiological
selection, to place one lobo over tho
other in point of importance. Tho other
(right) lobo is the servant of the left iu
a measure. Its education has been neg
lected, and it requires the control of
its better cultured neighbor in order
that lifo may bo conducted in a sensihhi
nutl sane fashion, Tho most hopelesi
cases or insanity, V igau would have
held, would be those in u-liinl, i,ii.
neniisplien s were affected. If one was
aiono ailing, tho other might exert
moro or iess control over it, and tho ex
l-nnf t,f llw, ...........1 , 1 1
...... vu iuuuoi wuuni depend on
Which lobo exhibited the diseased ac
tion, All degrees of insanity or mental
derangement could thus bo accounted
for on this supposition of tho relative
control of ono hemisphere by the other.
Tho perfect lifo, is that in which the
better and higher half controls the
weaker and less responsible. Andrew
Wilson, M. 1). , in Harper's Magazine.
An Impediment Placed In n Pursuer a
Wcy Hint Helped I111strF.1l f Klnilerieg.
"When I taw tbo gMc ot Ike t-p of
tho stairs." said the u tin il buiplir,
"of course I knew tin re v. as young chil
dren in tbo house, It was pet Cine to
keep 'em from falling down stairs. It
was low, I guess about two let t and a
half high, r.nd it swung v. In 11 ilr.sid
from tho post at the top of the stair:;
across to a strip nailed to tho wall op
posite. "I noticed this gate whin I wait up,
particular, because a mtiu in my busi
ness notices everything, and bicaiiso 1
thought that this would Lo a handy
thing to shut in case anybody should ,
Rot after mo in tho bouse; that shutting
that gate in front of 'em might stop 'cm 1
long enough to let 1110 getaway comfort- .
able.- It wniu't moio'u a year before I
had a chauco to try it.
"Thero was a long ball on tho second
floor of this house, with this stairway
pretty near at tho front end i.f it. I
went into a room way back nt the oth
er end, and whilo I was looking around
thero I upset something on tho bureau
and woke up a man iu the bed.
" 'Well,' ho says, 'what's the n atter
now?' And I didn't wait to bear i:i;y
moro. I didn't even turn the light on
him. I didn't need to. "Yen could tell
all you wauted lo know about him by I
hisvoico. Ho was a resolute, iiblebodied
citizen that I could hear getting out of
"I matlo a break for the deer mid
sprinted along tbo hall, throwing my
light and catching sight of that gate
again and smiling tomysilf as I saw
it. I swung it around shut after mo as 1
passed and went ou down tho stairs,
leaving tho man up stairs ecming along
tne nun overhead with n rush.
"'But it's all right,' I says to my
self; 'tho gato'll stop him long enough
for me to get out easy.' Hut, by snakes,
it didn't stop him nt nlk On the con
trary, it helped him. Just as I was
stepping dow!i from tho last step on to
tno lioor ot tho ball below the man fell
on my back. He'd been coming along
tho hall above so fast that ho couldn't
stop himself, and be fell over tho gate,
turned a summerset in tho uir en tlio
staircase and camo down a heap faster 'n
I did and lauded on me. Inshad of
meaning 111s own back ho pretty near
V li'.tlo I
I para- :
runim I r rl (
...in, ,..,, v "Vv'hv not givo liiui
a ripping answer:' (livo him tbo social
ist side of ( hri.'iimiily. "
When the writ' r of h bo'-!t K-v lew
had italieimd tight or If" of Lis yiriJ8.
Mr. D.inn cnnimmtcd t!es: "'IT; is io
view is I'm best in the ',U hi lot and i I
,' very good, but why in t'." world
! pericnci.il wriicr like v-'-'
1 pepper his nunu.-cript wiih na.-.f
j italics I can't imagine."
When tho writer of an tditoria
.' nralill in Thn Sun wrota cf
; Cameron and Crittenden," th" ever
' watchful critic in the s.iiicH::.! f;nt tiller
! him i:i a Jiotu left for mo: "lb1' I ;m
, 'govs.,' 'puis.,' 'cai.ts.,' eta., is dis
gusting. Thn titles bav.ii , plural lis
: attached to any indivHn.il 11.11110. They
! should bo repeated, or a circumlocutio'i
should bu used. "
In an editorial article printed in bre
vier type thero bad appeared an extract
in agato type. Thu grammatical suhj "i;r
of a sent, lice was iu brevier, whilo tho
Verb for it was in the subsequent agato j
lino. Mr. Dana wrote for my benefit:!
"This passage from l-i;; typo to little is
contrary tn nil sound principles of typo-
graphical elegance. Uruclay nseJ to
mako tho passage and country newspa- 1
pers still mako it, but it is wicked." j
When a writer for The Sun onco do- i
scribed a mail as "too condemn s'nart, " !
tho phrase was highly ufTcn iivo 1 1 Mr. j
Dana, who wroto a eaestici comment
upon it iu three words, which n-.a d not j
bo hero printed. John Swiutou in
L-J H l- v M tM te7 r H,I 1,1 r CI m - tiff B
,i 111 cat j
'Weliiivo 011 liiuid ii few copies of
he Illustrated Edition of
Which will he sold to close thcin
out for almost half price.
TS A COPY.
Now is your time to get a good
bargain. Come early.
Concord Dye House,
SPAIN'S CROWN JEWELS.
broke 111 i no,
' We rolled over and over on thn floor
in tne hall, the man lauuhins fit tn kin
inat s tne sort cf a man ho was. It was
tne ninnies', thing he'd run on aeninsi:
iu ii mug tnno.
"Ho never once 1 bought i f fter;nina
nm ttrh ..n i...fc e- . ... .
w, uui nu says, v. lien lie was
Jetting mo cut, 'If yeu should ;tno
again, don't shut tho gale.'" New
THE YUKCN MOSQUITO.
caka and i
Tim Much Culture.
"Aunt Penelope Wiggins," as every
body called hrr, was visited ono sum
mer by a niece from tho east, a Vassar
collee-o graduate. Aunt 1'enelopo was
ouu.Eino most hospitable souls alive,
but sno was not greatly impressed by
tho superior learning of her young rela
tive, and ono day she freed her mind
about bc-r thus:
Talk to mo about what a college edu
cation does for a girl! What dn
' L-tmri 1. i .
I ""i-i"'--" j'lauiiia sain to mo tbo first day
I Kbo came? Shu said:
Soinellilujj Like a Search.
A Welsh wan who was iu Loudon
when extensive sewering operations
were in progress lost his watch. FIH r.
ported tho matter to Scotland Yard, and
thu officials Mid thev
stone unturned to find tho missing time
keeper. Shortly afterward Tally again
visited the .metropolis and saw street
after street turned up. Ho was told that
in all fill miles of road were in tho same
condition, llo rushed down to Scotland
Yard and exclaimed to the woudcriue
"I didn't think I was giving yon all
tii.it uuuiiin. ir you don't fiud tho
.uoii oy tuuiiay, l wouldn't break up
j oukij. 1-earsou s Weekly.
i ruyn Have you heard that horrible
oiuiy auouc oju htilte being buried alive!
IJr. Holus (hastilyi Buried i.livo!
to meet you, aunty 1
ininio on the Auntv
I ni so L'lad
You accent your
i iiiuJtimate, don't von?'
. Did you ever hear such iirmc.,,.....-i r
on.' Vi hnil 1 1 o.ll I,,.
rciniircsi u , . ' '" ,m"lu wasn't Aunty
, ,) '"! I'l'iiultimate, but Auntv
s 1 :i vf'n i r ii . . . " -.wA.vJ(
nro ideas ni.,1 rmmi twin.,., i. ,t..... .tlluuut '1JU 'oma
else is thrown in !t(l , V" , "?i ioutU s '"'Paniou.
bo casilj' and safclv wiHi!,l,l ti... i
Ppint of View" in Scribner's.
ENGLISH OFFICE SEEKERS
A Parliamentary CiindidHlo Is Allowed
Certain Lntltudu of Independence.
T - t.
ojec us suppose that tho Hirmiughaiii
iiinerai associanon, ior instance, is aux
in nu tr ci..,, vn 4 ....... .i.-.T.. . .
. b.iu u ...uuiuaiu to contest ono
oi mo parliamentary divisions of tint
cuy. inn members of tho committee
most of lljciu milid business men, who
aro iu. politics "fgr their health;" and
who neither nsk for nor desiro any re
ward, meet to discuss the situation. If
it happens that any local Liberal- of
prominence aim good standing is avail
ably an invitation is Kmt- to lim t(J
Bi.mu ior :nu constitui.ncy. If i,t n
conference is held with tho central i-s-sociation
in London, on whoso books are
tho names of most of tho aspiring Lib
erals iu tho country. 'j l,0 candidate ar
rives in limningham nib i-slU s hi:; n,j.
urcss to tlio i lectors, j;,
notices a contrast with l ho
gidity of tho AinoWi-.o,
U.HO ior con-ress or a slate govr-rnurshii
.o nUWm-i:u oi nave )nj
whatever. Ho is pl:t for
party's representative and J
low thu parly's programme
likes or nut. An Liiglish
not called upon to saerilieo
.nfoi,, IlI I....T .
....,;.,.u,uu w independence. Out
Birmingham candidate, for instance
knows, of course, what nru thu main
tenets of tho Liberal faith, but Lo need
not necessarily subscribe, to all its urti
clew. WiH) the gregarious instinct of
politicians, the raids aro that, ho will
not dillcr irmn (j , . ,.,,.:.,,
poim. ijiit, no
. again, one
...-t iron ri--i.
vc.rd lis tin,
-is to Hwal
win (her lie
so much to
J PUMPING COAL.
j Hi" Modern Way of Taking Out tl.o Carco
f a Sunken Canalboat..
J Tha old way of recoverina coal fro,,,
a sunken canalboat was to raise tho
boat, with tho coal in it, to a point
w hero tho coal could bo reached. Chains
wero worked under tho sunkeu boat
from nniilnni.u j-i... .
At low tide the chains wore mado fast
en tho pontoons, which, rising with tho
tide, lifted tho sunkeu boat clear of tho
bottom. At hiuh wntcr it. ...i...
1U ,.a al possinio, until it again
f, . n", " "us JfOHfe'i't to thosur
l.ico The new way, or, rather, tho mod-
m way, is to pump tho coal up frm
tko boat, wherever it may lie, and then
ra.so tho boat, if it does not raise I itself
Ly this method tho work is all done in
cry much less timo and at very much
less expense. J " I
inijussiuiei wiiy, ho was one of
patients! Drooklyu Lifo.
THE SUDAN SPIDERS.
To Live Happily in tho Sll(Inn 0no Mugt
Oc-t IfH.-d to tho Insects.
Ii ono wants to livo happily i,, tho
ti, it . 10, lnust BBt "swi Mdcra
-...v wui iuio your dressing bag or
come upon the tablo while you aro wash
ng, taking great interest iu soap and
Kn'r"1' 1111 toil,t minLtca.
pinrbed they retire into your spongo
Kl remain there till they are drowned
to mud or dust stir-ins, fr rn
,,.," ", " lu " UP,)U J'ou suddenly
when you are rjuito uuawaro of their
. - w.,v jiii.iiii iiv stiff
- .' ,
-rs nnd r:osi.
up and bleeding,
into a river or n
will bo driven mud eel
Drives Moose p.nd Cnrilinu to l!:e f neiv
Lino Mud Stints Hears Iiiiini.
Kot only do the Yukon niosonifoni
attack men and overwhelm them I vt
they drivu the moose, d..,r aii( (aribmi
up the mountains to the mow line,
Whcro these iiiiiimila -nM , t '-
. , " "'.-.. l ...ill lilj
to bo in berry time. 1h,v l-iii -i......
and even the big brown bear, that is
otteu miscalled a erizzlv i, .,.,.,....,.
ed to them. JJenrs come down to tho
nver from tho Uillsida in tho early fall,
to get some of tho salmon that aro often
thrown upon tho banks when tho "run"
If brnin rnim r,il
, L1 u swarm cr mos
quitoes and has not bis e.-iiu )..,. i.:.
e;.. , , ... (Jill 111 11 J
. , 'y,,has Tho insects will
"iiKiii iiji over uiin. His fl;r
uouy, nut l;is eves,
... 1 1 1 . . . - 1
nm ooon ue swolii n
una unless he gt ts
strong wind ho
uimil, to wiim'i r id out ! ,
lio starves to dmth.
Although the Alaska a-mmer is short
two broods of mosquitoes batch out each
J-car, and aro ready for business from
it cuuus utter they leave t!
.. i. ii. rams a good deal alon
- uiion, ami rain is welcomed, f
uiu mosquitoes to cover
liido under leaves end branches
the shower iu ,m.... n
Imili.,,. , -n ' 1 m(,y cnie out
boiling with rage at thetimu Ibey have
been forced to spend in idleness, ,J
miner has a harder ti. .i ' ' .
. Luuu uvci illi'cr
Mosquitoes and snowflakcc
contemporaries in the States, but i
1" di'r Sow' does not
v.. .umi su mucl) as
Krouglit lo Aincricii hy the S
"In 181J Joseph Bonaparte's, secre
tary, Maillard, left I'hiladelpbia armed
with letters which repretu nled bim to
bo a traveling agent for ( .i-ard's coin
mereii.l l:,,us.) and visiting ( .'irard's cor
respi.i.oents in Holland and Swil;,r
land," William i'erriue write.! in'
"When tho King of Spaiu Lived on tho
Banks of (ho Schuylkill" (in I hiladcl
phia) iu Tho Ladies' Homo Journal.
"His real destination was the Swiss
chateau at Prangins, from which tho
king had fled two years l.efuro, end his j
reai oujeci io si euro the iruis.nro which
had been buried in tho i-roiinil of fho
1 estate on the eve of his-bight. Maillard
round tlio buried packi ts, and v, ithi
them he would also havo brought to
Philadelphia Uueen Julie if her physi
cians had not compelhd her to renounce
tho project of joining her husband.
"Tho jewels, which wcru valued at
1,000,000, wero stuffed into a belt,
which Maillard woru on his per-en
when returning across tbo Atlantic, and
with which bonus ulaillv received Iiv
his master in tlio Lansdowno house,
near I'hiladelpbia. It was about this
timo that wild rumors bei-in to circn-
latu in rhiladeliihia concc-miii" tin, ev-
king's riches and of the hoards of specie !
Which hu had deposited in tho vault, of !
Stephen Cirard's Philadelphia bank. I
Mysterious heavy boxes, sealed with
wax, wire believed by Cirard's clerks
to contain tho crown jewels of Spain
and Naples. Ono or two old men in re
cent years, who wero then among thuo I
clerks, have told- how Joseph would sic I
in tho bank talking with them allablv
while waiting fur tho great hanker. " "
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An ttccurn.tr mid nupi-rior hook of licfci-en,-. -
lei s you nil you want to know. Then. i -11
Useless .i.w In it. A I'lactleui KiIii.-i,- s ,
1'inil Hook Of hllt-VCloneill,; ll1f,,,-,,i..ti,,n .
J.'fls tatislicul, OIHciai, llistoriral, -li:i,u , ,i
.Mill linn, IHPWI.i; a hook of Kfllui,,,,. r
r'.ii "iTwr i'',',""leal "trUo-o on M-,i-3 ,l,v :-'
fairs ol Ollif,., Ilom,. hiuI 1.' ,rm.
A copy of ih.1. hook will hi- sent null ,,,11.., ,
IliK inii-.l lately anil s -tl.iitl la cols a.l.l.li,,;,,
ill illltim-xpi-nsiii, niakii,! 1 I'w 111 nil.
Ilo not dHuy, hilt Uke mivmit,,,,.. of tlii. ,-,, ,1 ,
nhlr oiler hi.-li wo make for a limited ,, -.
I'.V S'l-irli,l urrilllkl'lllrlils Willi Ih,. puhllsli, 1. 1.",
llll.l von I,,., ".' 1
ook l.y B.-lnnii '
A Dry Bath.
A Scotchiiian was onco advised to
take shower baths. A friend explained
uow ro nc up onu by tli-i tu of
a cistern and colander, and i.;,idv ne
cordingly set to work and had the "tbir
ilono at once. Subscquejtly he was mic
by the friend who had given him tho
advice, and, being asked how he ciio--ed
the bath, "Man," said he, "it was
fine! nikcditrala weel, and kept my
sol quite dry too," Being asked how
no managed to take the shower and vet
remain quite dry, he replied, "DodVo-
"i.iii.i sureiy ttimk I was sae
stand below tho water without
brella!" London Answirs
NOW WITHIN THB REACH OP
oping laid awiiy in urainalure Braves. UFI D
iiib loucn of every sulforiiiK and weiik
mim. All casos of NERVOUS DISEASES
WEAKNESS, FAILING ENEBCIES
VARICOCELE. UNIIATiibii incf'
tiiueM .T.if Sir'8' ""Mler they be from
overworn.0' &Zr's J"LIretlon. ,
y most mifiiiJinu methods knnn i
m.lii-!1l kill.Almot all cases of Comumntioi
ueplriiB lunrn lr, ". ' 7"" "'nses, and by I
nie.lieilio comnimv Tfni": ?IWWt or
Weelvn ii,i is . 'J "i- 5'Cri"ientlii(!.
to cum "VyjlS1 91 guarantee
to come here n Sal ,i101e 'ho Tetr
railroad fare , J,tSl . $
lall to euro. ff-59Kft ftfti1 ..e9 "
1 and YUKON
TrajispiMa.ion and Supply o.
Capital $500,000; Shares l.o;.
Each Fully 1'aid and Sm.As.wssnMe.
(.'iiuse ami liir. ot.
I haven't seen v,,,, i u..,
ffl . . .. iiiueiai)
, i in iniuc , init s
Just now I'm
"Yes. JVIy wife is
Outs. " Gaulois.
s tho matter'-"
staying at houij
visiting her par
back of our H.rr.'""-00 capital
cure or refund our mon,,ariVuee to
and our i ,( ho. 1 of fhi ,,"g th.BBe """eases,
""lolfei't reaoL'. f.i ',tP?'!c'-, pliable'
enre. 1'orr.si m T J.L-t0 medical wi
omediciuessH t o.n" r.1,c .?J?H,V.''ntial.
state mm co., omaha7neb.
The largest bell in
early S,)0W may fall while tiieva
cu tho wing. Fcg does nol: elf,,l.-
nitlw.r r,-, . .. v.-.-"oi llll'lll
In,,.,, .1. 1 ,, "...i-u 11ns eeiti
.. uic ni iiry ot the Chureh
u-icieu rieart in Paris.
.,.,1 . ut a "'stance of ar,
s viuration lasts
; KLONDIKE GOLD FISLDS
Franco U. 1.,,. .. ' . -'Icn, wonien nn.l ,
It weighs !.'.'
. ..iiiei 11 11 v,,.,,,,. ,
her (if Ulan , , i" "l"e hi ine mim
Hciiisi,,,,,, , 1,1 ""'" s.11
. ,111 IXMJIIIIIM'
Alasoi Kv-JI I .... 1. . . .
II Ii lis-,',". 1 ... ' r I''mr,,l m six colors
"t a busy junction surprise the passenger
Humiliated in tho n,vst.,rl.,u lJ l .k
comin?,?0 i" tHsti,K,t SOn,ld
the alter draft. 1'alniH sway and bow
thir rustling fronds to the earth, and
iSgvou'f y0U nil -S
lilting y0U frolu your f t Tents nro
turned insido out. scatfer,, . 1 .. '
v. I) Jill jiii 11 IDfl n,. U
-- ..u ne.lJM up
The ISfTect of Cold.
A corrcspotidei: t writes : Awav in the
BOnt hu-nur f t-. ....... , 1 tllO
"ves, moves nml i-
Tho pump used has pump valves
. j.ji ill. in.n.i n., . . ,
"e eyes, pin.-s nun's
cars or chokes o,,., ,. ;.i.
feion id. As I am writing this a tins?
blowing iHhC Ulm' tltt iH
the ),,M....-i... . . r" WI, so soils
IH h,, l,l .....
..l.i iuoua was ato in iiniv
at school and detailed o ," "
ucr name 00 times. When tho til
tuo latter was horrified tn i,i ,i '
wr ttcn , ""' "JU "'"'le
bade " " v. , .paRC' JJuiIil 13uk
properly. -' The roil, w "
please, bah, I'va TdLt a c , , d fl
odly say L'oda Bukbado. " Tbi-t eiri
will live toimnPh,,,..,:. ul
Na.0 mouuo. ui
Doing is the Kreat tbig, for it
Uely people do what is right in time
they come to like doing it.-liUsk
I Hew I I, l r,,, i,i.. i.
illustrated ir.nii nc-tiiul
IS.V2.I inches 1 ' . :"!""'- "'P "f
- Uic lllicxplureil i
ii sens ciii iM, v
DANA AS AN EDITOR.
toiners of 1
iug and run ;
gossip am ,
one stom was
lou bud onlv
you wanted ii simr".
!', a violin r.-iyo o ,.i i
..uv., ti nijuTcj.
n e.i, a pound of t
- ' "is"!, i)
tlattrv.. .. .-i .
i ssiu, u riuuoil. i)
or what not.
promicod by means, .t'l.rlis', ..... .,i u r,-,.. ' o iceis loati to
wings attached, turning at hi-.J,'. , , shelter fr, , . ,'U tm ' f
jvilhin tin, pump shell, a , r(,u !' ,'UP I cling ,, ! '', ' "T' Avi"101"'
cd. An tight inch pump ,f tl.iw k, Attn Us 11,:. . ?hn0st cllc,i.
;v. 1 ininip g,,,,,, r nroken 'Ly lf. vol f t 1 " "'T wUh
' U'll-nnipup a load of 800 t,., . ? to ., J, . " T"".1""1' 1111(1 has
one's cut) f, , 7 lu" t.'m t0ield
fky. It will raiso coal
tons in a
from a bnuc
mini.- f i . " ..
In , ... ; 1 ,M iJI" ""' " leet to 200 feet.
on Z Z ""I i-'nilcd
" "-.-. njiiK U K. W ho.
Hcnti from il,. V .u'
, , 1"",S,JI ,lutit baling
i llio I'll 11 vog ,of.,..
"""ni one can
near the sunken beat,
f .i.e. ..
nmnt, boo ,, i . . " us" tno
reaei. .!,,., ':::",a' '"mm,
' lu'i coal.
llllldll of lvn:i.l,i
, , "e-"" iron, and it
nor ., ,l:..i. .. ..
I ; ,, IC nb,olutely mud-
Uj London Standard.
Beau fever b-.u i ...
cf euidemi,.; i7 , l" n nst
fee,.; .: . ". '"" uy ver
cal. Thin i,it,n i
niiiy, and sti 1 lm d.n
party randidale Ho make l,ia own lit- 1" 'I 0ifrer,-t lchH, m w"
jla"n"n,,,in,nH,juii:t,j'iiiiti'i'-1 v i",y r Piic ; t
self.- Chautaiiminn i any J, mirth d, . r,.,i ... , " '",u
bv a U,.,,., , "uu ru
cl.riste.md l," V,V 'l,),;"" who has
His CUrn for ("Vt,7 I tlVisillUS,
matters of ,li.-i , ,
. -ivii.iii, in 1 1 ict-.j ...
nianner, in tho uso of wordw ,
I was the author ,f it Mv I n .
oan edifying no,e L"rt "
miliar signature, ".Reason, Kevebili,
bcu'n. Philosophy and k bet i, 1
w-iuiro that these C ' u"
Putin s,niin tyn" uti mV
evasion, when h V L.,.3'm il"ntl"
been i,nrnn.i verb bad
i- "i-'ij imeu 111
in luadoj from bcanlields.
is to keep away
.. .lesircd. Ateach;,;;,
of tho c?oCoadr,uu8 tbu pctty Ks"
ho wrote n ; ..Z V.."1 " "''"'"Kcfiiit,
nn noe t k; nn.l , 1 , 'T v I"'
, . . , """'qucutiy t is"ustim. "
Ho took thn blan o whc.,, v , 4
escaped his eye "l t ! , wrw
, : ..lU,.Wrot?.n,, 'imo when ti,,,,:,.
and wronn " ' ,H n"tM
A Virsinic, Country store
" giunco at tho walls am
lmuio it plain that
enougu tor tin, viJ
J-orrey m Tho Atlantic.
iu iisu ior what
fe'uu, a rovolv
plug of toL
s..Jiieeiju, a (ire;,!
1 ' i irouser
' - Mo neehivo; ens-
;:mu Doth colors go-
. 11 i useless buzz of
' -""in:,, whilo the pro-t-ii(
HUlok ng ci'eircttc i ., , 1 uujn'
Khiiiiim l,,l io' "kls' ''''living tho
lted without hes a Count YT'-
n2" St; z..fbriS)i,,r
More Tlm ijHC,1iIc.
Hnriett!i,"said JI,-. I,IL..-.fo .
,H,0W J'"" almost t b '
you wci-,. ,.;.... . . " '-ours
'. yotrthoue.s1; ,m:!
amounted to " ' "'rugo man
.ho turned upon llim u j,
. "You bavo said ni,..,.i.,...i.
mm id "( t t ici-o
oi..., I....1 .. : - . . :
the !., j ,- . , ' . '""'lestcil
s' 'h '-'( and re i . i'.-. i 1,1 si-111-Mt
Whi.-l, i- 'les t , ) . !' '-''Plt.'.
work niivwk-cn. , " ''"iiinience
. . .. uihimm i ,,,,,,,, 11... ..:..
' 1 t il . ( c
is a slroi... ,. ... , . ...
.1 i .., " i I '"1 .;...ie oiiiniei'.'ial m
Uiskl. (1, I I ," ""'."" w'"'" 'he l-i, .h lo ,o
ii ; , i..r,"r !. rue
NI..I f , . r..l,u""l'l" Ole
. , '""hll Kllfl -A-1,,,1 tl,,-.
IIIIl (,-; ir ..! ...l.i. ., . -
. ""1 llll UIC
Will t-oiiio "'lost-Hands tile lil'ealer pail ol t,u
Ini.s eiiiiipaiiy is fiu-incl i',,r . ,mi..
I"'--'' of Ira,!,,,.. j ;xi,s ,,f .-s , , j . j , I , ,
ami will semi -d sllll, ,,, oK-l..ii biirth, n
uoin i.osio,, ln .ov,.nl,or, siockoil
me m-ccssary ,rovi.-i(.in. elolluu-
oiipieiiicins ii-.itii.iie lor Ih,.
I'lllilie us,-, .sail-iu-' by the
arriving al Ihe (iold l'lfi,s . lhc
l'i lOII Ol !(. .-si-aMlO.
In iv-ard in pas.se11.4er service, hp
'an iii'i-oiiiinoilale Inn a'limiied miiiibrr
I sin- Ii.',,-. -.- .1
VV ..!.;. m liloso luvesliio
01 ine eouiA.uv the ful
ire offeieil :
lleiv iiiiiiiiii; pop.
Heed lo eal. drink
illipleineuls of Ilieir n o, k
Way of ( 'ape
1 a-.,i;,. frIM n, ,-,,. ... ., . .
-s S. s,
S( IIAXTOX v (.,
fliers. MartlDril, ( nnn.
FSSllS FEFflfT J beuceiv
' yt'iij- h i u iml v iti t iii 11 1
l.very Dollar Invested iu this
IS CO.ll It:. II,- ..... I...
. "nu no chiiiiiTii-,,1 .
' ai me louiulation of su.-i
0111 al one,, so i
Sha c n , , UU'T lor nr ,,,.,,,,-v.
. 'l rcs)ondeiiC(, p
hi,, n. ' "'""v and
'J.,",.'.ll.l'.!!c':' ?""! Interview, and fii.
, rL':.!',"(l, l"-es orders pan.
liiiUltUK Z. LY Tlli.lIK, '
-To the Ladies.
eVl Ti '"?'" (a,-l8 ""mips l
of ,1,1 " 1 I. .t.1 " ' ' "!'re . "il Ihe In,, k
of 180 ai llsflV v , Hie .Mi,.-
from I,-el" f V, ." sinip 11111 he reini .,1
in- the ,-,o. " 1 s or l,lltKi-aplis bv ,k-
says I'l-ivii... . il" 111. lie sure it
itnii'Ti v ii v H iiii e
. -""'' y ana pertrunen!.'
rts-;i rr .
.-,.11. L,an 11c
rli, l ,PJ n.,i .
I think bo
ft. A 1
'f you wish t,.7ZZTZ. .
-I I I.I., SI -A)t ! Vl'lll'l' TP,
i-'v. 1 1 II, i- luisinessi
earn. ou ran be 1,
UlOIIOy if wu a ,lof r
-nr. thosn uii,
. io cure
...... . -'-'s.. -3Srj-K-W;J
" i J.'i'rs tux any ;
and Hie samr r.,if
tliam or pay lwu-.-
- r. l.- . .1, , , .
Pai ;.. -' . . .
pi..-.i ; . .: .
s, -jii. ,r.-.',, i.,v. ; ,
w 1- f li t'Ci, I ,
";:u answered, "that's what
'"I'I'lv lo Hie
i : ii i
'J tli I V Vinm,
wino pour i,;t,, , '''. '"'Wy
cuni'ui ,,f r. . ,. u"1 "miif
.....su, sweet milk
Willi ii ti.,,,,1 1.1111
"' will a-ith,,, t ' -''H'tH-""''died
n.iik be , .. . ttm," v'itl tbo
md let tbo
Noeliai-o is,,,,,,),., ,
ltM-.i.. ,t IIi.it, Albany, n. v
mr our services
) " '"'a iiiiik,: m:v' . , ';.'. '-!-' eiil stamps.
'I'-'s us t ,,(.0 f,;;' "uisie. A.l-
Hll.st 'JllM. ..' -v-i.. .
" ' -lew loTli.
' Kind You Have Always Bought