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B,arre Evening Enterprise,
Printed daily ft.M.(.(,t .Sim.liiy) ,y
The Enterprise Publishing Co.,
H. C. WHITAKER. Editor and Manager.
THE VOICE ABOVE.
Lost on the drift,
Tlio steep above htm looms,
An; tr.nt winda out of distant regions blow
i.m -snow m 8tr..uininK ohmics,
And yawns the gulf of Hie crevasse below
In Miiipljire (,'lows and gloom..
CANNY INSECT WORKERS.
One iiiimili, .
Knli-rcl in tin' I'u
(Dinl-cla., nintti T.
t '.'Hi,-,- lit liai-r-, Vt.,as
Al:p" ,ho precipice there Is no way
iliat lie may surely trend.
riliW.t is his foothold en tho slijipery stny
' i,j in.- irt'iiu,
And ohm ami terrible the dying day
1 insi annul ins Head.
base ball r
i.-h sailors won!
a els 11 liiev
mi' Heel that went down be-
UIVo Mil li poor
and liis mi
I Ins is Hie
ni'.iv of fake:
tune wliett fakes ami
heard on c-i rv .
-jKijiers arc likely t iiiak.
lakes, for 0 erri... human, ami tin..
ini make our
Ilehee liiev- (.'r.
nnd where the full elnnria
iney reriiuze r lower. For Strictly Utili
A correspondent writes: "Tho theory
of tho origin of flowers by the selection
of insects is one which has attracted
I much attention both in sciontific cir-
clcs ami from the general public Set
I forth by Da",viu in tho 'Origin of Spe.
I cits,' it has been largely developed iu a
I Peries of intcrestinu publications by fc'ir
j John Lubbock and Mr. Grant Allen.
.Some fresh end iutensting light has
now been tlirowu on it by a series of
experiments recently carried out by
Professor lJlntcau cf tho University of
vjiieuu rroiessor riateau lias arrived at
mo crucluEiou that insects aro ludiffcr
em 10 maiuioratif tho flowers tbey
iif.ii, una mat tney are guided to them
111 i very subojoiuato way by night.
xne experiments on which tho lielgian
jnuiceaur oases Dis tarrearhiua roneln
Then like blown breath of musio in tho height i slnns nro briefly these: Having covered
Aeiy roiaesfarandlow. , tho brifc'htlv colored flmvc f .,i.,l
tic thrills, he siirinu's. ho colliers. nil l.ta i.,i,
Koine beckoning loading
'u: M he but hear Benie Jewing of the herd.
r.eii.o iimuinain bell rinu'deur,
If H.iee familiar hound one moment stirred
in tlllilll 1 1111 11st in f.u.rl
no ueri s nut move.
Alqs, could he but hear!
In th. se waste places: cf the earth and dim
.Nu Mar shines forth at all.
Ihn.CKh awful loneliness enshrouding him
lie ljvi one sliuddcrin.it call,
While horror of Kreat darkness seems to swim
And fold Inm in jS pall.
No Mlier naval ollieer will ever object
to t lie raiml 1 imiiiotinn ul,i,.i. 1
1 ...... .. 1 1 1 .-11 ii-iu
Me . liil,.,- I w . ..... ,
"'" -eeieniry I.OIIf liavo
seen lit to oh,. .Aihniral Dewey, lie
won it, am) if t his nation is ever to
li'iitier reward wliero
1'ewey slioiild be ail
and tin; country
join in riintrin"- tiie
I'l-aiscs of the (irceii Mountain Admiral.
Jlanv in ojile will turn out in lMrc.
H'lnibeis to-ninht .,,,,1 a:.sisl ,i.
oily in celebraliiir ihe vietory of her
great so,,. Admiral llewey. The ,-iIy
'lown Hie stream sometimes feels our
rajiiil -rowtl,, but to-day we. have no
jealous feelings for our twin eily
Central Vermont. Dewey beloiprs
Jier, ami wo will shiny that w(
honor where it is due regard le
bitterness that has sometime.
between the two cities. Why
inm ocetiMon tor wijiini; out. all
of any kind bef een Banc and
rival, and henceforth let harmony
. 1 1 .
goon iecimg exist l.elweeu llu
' can pay
s of the
to l.o study-
A Yonthlul Kra,n,r,
Johnny, " exclaimed
"what are you flnin:-"
"Thinking, sir, "
"How dare ir.tt wa-
H.I..I.: . r
.uiuiii, wncn you
in .Vour Ii-s,-:on:-"
I was thi.uk-i!
vtuiu noo:; aro you t nrra-i ,1 in r,o
rnnin .,f 1,;.. :-t . . ' '
"'"e: lnqiiiival the
"Natural history. "
AH, a very useful
: about ;
tic 1CI-JS law IillKi-u i'li.w-1
Hi. father-8 voicc-ho needs not sunso nor ilghtl
lie IniiAV.H tho way to jjol
"-Ji'io 'Ct ,'ri'sccU Kl)oford to Harper's Majja-
REPORTER AND CHINAMAN.
xne ewrlpap(r Man Wan Very Tired
When tli Oriental Flnlahed.
-Mimbtrless are the trickswhioh
newspaper reporters play upon 0110 an
other to relieve theiomber "grind" of
their calling. Two young men employ,
ed on a morning paper in a largo city
wero detailed ouo day to call upon tho
i-mnamen and "interview"
them respecting some immigration
measure then pending iu congress. One
ui me two reporters was a beginner,
and the other, an experienced man,
naturally assumed the management of
"Hillings," bo said after Hip hA
invaded f.overal laundries without any
important result, "hero is a tea store. I
isu you would go in and talk with
the proprietor. I want to know what he
thinks about Chinamen voting. I'll B0
.... ,;un uU uu interview with the
man who runs this cigar shop next
door. Kemember to use the very sim-
tuo.-n, jiufcHKii ac your command."
Tho young reporter went insido the
tea store, tool: out hi notebook, and
thus addressed tho proprietor who hap
pened to bo alone at tho moment:
t i'J?!l,1 hmv? w-ffl5-Telegraph,
John! Jvcwspape -savvy, John? News-pape-print
things. Un'stan? ..Ale want
John think about China
man vote, see? What John thinkChi
namau vote all samo Mnlimn ,.,i I
Savvy, Jiibu? Vote? What think?"
me ciimamau listened to
proiomid gravity until he
The fiiTes-tinn i.f n W
ot fiutirago to Chinese citizens who have
como to tho United States with the
oweu intention of makiuu this rnnn.
home is ouo that
try their permanent
has occupied tho attention of thoughtful
men of all parties for years, and it may
wo.,.ui miiuuijuoi paramount impor
picseuc, nowever. it seems to
"IU UK TO IS nO e.VlL'PlieV rno
nlrrH,,n mn . ""IS nu
H viiiuKma u opinion irom me upon this
iln t T 1 .1 . . . . . '
injng muZZ2lZi SU You "Ml -cuse mo.
ruiVr.f lif . .. " "'iuiy
Qftrea cf lifo without tho dau;i0r of de
moralization whiah sometimes attends
frivolous forms of diversion "
" "SnS. sir."
"How far along have yon proceeded
in tho study of natural history?"
i m learni.g about
main now. "
1 .. .1 .. 1 . . .
-oo uisniy iiitcm-tinK branch of
'")--oom. Can you name an
"'""'""ds animal ono with
" i,r,; i laminar?" And Mr.
loioeu jus inti).d3 bofi.r.i hjn
ac ins sou ?k!i a look of v
''I think so. I.j ilia,) an animal?"
' "IU,.tho scit tititio si use, yes,"
''And tui umphibirms 'animal is one
that oonsnmes both air and water'"
n m::n is one. If he weren't
what would l.o the us-oof having any
soda fountains?"-Washington Star.
m nnd gazed
The yottiiK renotter
leaned against a lamppost to rest and
recover from a sudden faiutuess that
Had taken possession of him. His com
rade, bad purposely "steered him
against" cno cf the best educated Chi
naimniu tho United States. Youth's
unguiiy colored flnivpra of ninnln
J.,l.i; . 1.. - . " ""
"uiuius in uis garden with bits of green
iwti, no lounci tbatthey were still visit
ed Ly insects. This seemod so much at
variance with the generally received
view mat insects aro attracted to flow
ers chiefly by their color that Professor
Plateau instituted a prolouged series of
experiments and observations to put the
matter still further to the proof. The
result nas been to confirm and strength
en tho conclusions drawn from the first
experiments. Cutting off the brightly
colored corollas of such flowers as lo
belia, evening primrose, foxglove, etc,
ho found tho remaining green parts
were still visited. Again there are snnm
brightly colored flowers which aro sel
dom or never visited by insects owing
to their lack of honey. Notable among
these is the scarlet geranium of oor gar
den. But when a little honey was r,hiced
siiuaium nowers Dees came tn t mm
m once, tnote blossoms which had not
received nouey being passed over.
"Other conspicuous flowers were tried
in a similar way with like results. The
experiment of removing the honey bear
ing parts cf a flower and loaving tho
brightly colored part, which was sup
posed to bo attractive, was also tried
with the singlo dahlia. Its inner florets
were removed, leaving the consniennna
outer ones, a piece of yellow leaf being
placed iu tho center. No insects went
to these Houcylco flowers. But as soon
as a drop of nectar was placed on them
they visited them as freely as before
Again, Professor Plateau mado artificial
flowers with pieces cf orr-en inpf i.
furnished with i little honey. These
eio irony visiter! by insects. I3utarti-
1101.11 uoweia made of colored materml
were neglected, even when supplied
in mrtlier support of his views Pro
lessor riatcau is able to bring forward
the following facts as to the habits nf
uociHs in visiting flowers: They will
tr. I.,, uu wiiti apparent indiffer-
OUOD lru ue color to another of va-
ntues ct ine same species growing to
getuer iu our gardens: tbew! si r i itio
linn,l. .1 I ' . --S'sui
u yreun uua grecish colored
UUHi mere are many small and in
conspicuous flowers which aro also frce
y visited. Such is a brief outline of
xioiuasor i.-iatcau'sobservations and ex
periments, from which ho believes him-
ii juscine-i in drawing the conclusion
that sight plays a very subordinate part
....uiuS lusueiH 10 nowers. Their
oju.iiig on tnc theory of the insect origin
Of firm-1 n i,, -u ..: 11 . 0
iuuviuus. jjonciou Times,
A rlilladlnhfa Clubman V.'ln fine of the
Kcautln of Waslili'irton.
Early in June Mini Alico Bullcimp,
daughter of the late General Belknap
and one of the mc.st beautiful yooiia
women iu Wasbiuatnn society, will be
married to Barklie Henry of Philadi 1
phia. t-ince her prcseutnii' ii to fociety
three years ago Miss Pelknap has'bpen
oniversally admired. One of her inti
Mate friends was Miss Eonaparto, who
Was married a Jittlo over a ye:ir ogo to
Count Adam do Mnltke-Huitfeldt. It
was npprelicniled for a time that Miss
Bclkuap would follow in her footsteps
and confer her hand upon adistiuuioh-
.ii.IiiuiV ill II1H nilllfU UU" euJIJ.u
with fc l e' d flip windows of tha cel
lar wire I',
r"rMZ fit if-ft'
I Mr. Jones was pulled, I ft i'o t.etcr-
! mined to invcstijtr.li'. I lacing souio
scraps of l-rratl and !P:if on a plate, hft
laid it in the ceniir of the ft liar, and,
; taking a poitii u at llu: n.-::r v i::dow,
i he awailed (ievi b'l im:i.'ls. lie b.ul not
i long to wait. In a misur ' or two ho
' taw a mouse rrrrji mnli' v: ly t'-ward
! the plate, nnd then an-.tb' r. :;i Vi!:g a
! largo piece t f meat, t tit y pnrt.'y i'.r..ggci1
I and partly rolled it to where the cat
! lay, nnd, K'juatting theti.'si Ives on their
Haunches waited nntil the laiiurry fB.rt.-y
had rattu it. liny thi n bit n j li t cnotli
er piece in tlie same way, and then
piece after piece until tho plate was
cleaned. When tho cat had finished, tho
mice uestled alonpsido her and wero
fondled us tenderly as if they wero a
pair of kittens. Mr. Jones te'd tho
strange story to his neighbors, and now
people from en mires around go to seo
the two mice euro for the hi 1 piers, but
evidently grateful cat. Philadelphia
HOW THE GURKHAS FIGHT.
nwrnuuMM urn will Mill ujiii'jjmi
We have on hand a few copies of
the Illustrated Edition of
MISS ALICE BELKNAP.
ed voudr foreigner, and the nnnnnnpp-
ment of her engagement to ouo of her
own countrymen has been a subject of
much genuine gratification aniong"'her
large circle of Washington friends and
acquaintances. She spent her childhood
abroad, where she was educated. !sho
has traveled all over Europe and speaks
several languages as fluently as her na
tive tongue. She has always been fond
of outdoor exercise and athletic pursuits,
umiug learned to tide horseback in Eu
rope when she was a very young child.
She rides a bicyclo and is considered
one ot tue most graceful and expert
Hueei women in Washington. Sbo has
also a cultivated taste in the matter of
dooks and sDends mnrh of imi- fi. ,-
meir good company. Sho is cf medium
neignc, with a graceful figure and car
nape, a well poised, shapely head, gold-
cu iiuir, uarK eyes and a creamy com
piexion. in a word, she has all thoso
giits 01 nature and of grace that com
bine to make a queenly woman. Mr
Heury is a prominent clubman, belong,
ing to tho Philadelphia club, the Yacht
club and the New York Yacht club
After his marriage ho contemplate)
making his home at ArH IttnTQ P I. i I ..
Jll.;r it.- iu"j-
titfiiioiuany interesting pas.
a Hot CUD of tea nt nno'o i
.They Lovi! a lire.
"Thero aro mauy men in London who
have a positive craze for witnessing
Cres ' said an old fireman to tho writer
. and they are ready to start at a mo
. ment s notice in any fiirrcHrm un
news of a firo reaches them. Of course
iu nu n whoso timo is their own
and many of them aro 'west end swells
tint tho crazo isn't as fashionable as
. w.. u my younger days. Why, it,
tho early seventies thero wasn't a club
. 111 the west end that hadn't got its 'fire
.....u,, as tney wero called, and
a regular system of messen
gers to carry the. news of u big confla
f,.."-'""- it was tho Prince of Wales
.tuU BUl ineiasnion, and whenever there
.u rK, 1Z8 118 w "Iways there
viui, uuiu .vmoerley or some other
xx.ouu 01 similar tastes. No distance
was too great and no night too dark or
,uu"y, KCUP tl,c "way, and I've
been to d that some, of them had records
of hundreds of fires, from an oilshop to
the b,g blazo at tho Alexandra palace.
; iho prineo lost liis tasto for this
.kind of excitement long ago, but there
..iu , or tno younger 'bloods" who
w-ouldn t miss a big firo for am thing "
Loudon Sitni, ,1.,-, 1
Iteaclint- Ht lirealifitst.
Heading at breakfast is fatal to socia
bility In breakfasting alono it is per
iinshible, but not iu company. Leigh
Hunt wrote in Tho Indicator: "When
wo lived alone, wo could not heln road.
ing at meals, and it is certainly a doll.
woon luiug to resume an
0001: at a
"'7 or buttered toast in
" " uau- 1110 brst look at the page,
, """'i""" oy u coexistent bite of the
". , 'u s under the head of iutensi
"ca. a uook at breakfast isno eon.nli
ment to tho cook, but a newspaper is
.uaum. kju me otnor Hand, a news
paper ac breakfast is a benefit to the
uouior, ior u is when one is put off
, , e , . uy lna B""BSlewitb the
rums una mo search for items of inter-
unn mat tUO Wav is Hindu
approach of dyspepsia.
in the 0 d days of The Spectator and
xiuuur, wncn papers wero of a reason-
"uiu size auo. reposeful to boot, they did
easy for the
uu imrm. jNowwfll no... i i
circulation in tho world may produce
I. puuresu aigestiou. It has been re
marked (by a collector) that the only
sellers' catalogues, hut since catalogues
lead always to tulpirnnm nr u;
,Il,H...I ,-c,-- - IU10 IB
rue line snoii rl
The Old Man Wag Cured.
T-nll. l ' .
"ia UUIJUE f'lirint nnni, n I .1
1 1 . o i'v..iin.i ui uau
habits, ono of the fmmW r
knew occurred on tho south side some
Ko, sain uetectivo Thomas Mc
yuaido. "There was an old fellow over
woul insist on fussing with
,vuii ui ,t, lucu no would run
up stairs and hang out of the second
s ory window, holding to tbo ledge
llnu vvuuuro mat Do was going
to drop and kill himself. Of course the
wife would re lent and set up a noise
hat would bring out tho neighbors for
blocks, and tho man wnnM h n.,
.1 . iiuiicu
in the winoow by friends.
"This got to be coming too frequently
and some of the boys who lived near,'
and who bad loosened several joints in
DuiucM ui miierpnf. tin,oD ..n:..
uUCl, tu HCOp u. unetJue day
It rama nnuin a'K 1.1 ,, . "
w .uuim. j.uo(iiii ii nm ........ i
surely jump and end it all; the wife
came rushing into tho street in
and tho neighbors ran. as before to pull
him up. The first nmn hn ... "
hit the man's fluucrn with
-. " onon, lliaK-
Slie Is Especially Fitted.
Dr. Mary H. Gree
- "".iLii u ;t liJU
Nit tirit-inl X-Jnttr-r.l. .1 J 11
j.UUUa tiuEtuuiu Jiconciuics arcia
tion, has conducted a successful v.r tion
c,u "er craduatiun fmm tUn w.
man's Medical' colleen in Phiintiri, ,utn
iciltJ 1 1 its jni'W :fPii .r...U
e . I . . rr " - luciuuvi
v. me American JUedical association and
..uu uiinuimousiv ennsen in
. . u, 1 , u uilOU
he jury of awards on food products at
tnu nunu S UOIdlli )illll evm iii,... n.
Green s scientific record, Iht nractie.,1
expeneuco and her professional aonliea-
or tr.c seienco of dietetics to ,i,
emergencies of overd.,o m 1 .
peciafly fitted her for the wml.- i. 1, ,
undertaken as a lecturer and a- vviV.
-- ioou rocluctd and kindr,.,!
They Punctuated Their Attack on a For
tress With Footlmll Annies.
Not two miles from Nik progress was
again arrested and this time for weeks
by the fortresses of Thol and Muiuiu.
These seemed impregnable, for where
the slopes of the cliff were not inaccessi
ble the defenders had turned the water
courso cu tho e:Ige of them, so that they
were quickly coated with ice.
Iu front of these strongholds the offi
cers and Gurkhas played football every
afternoon, tho latter, who were very
keen, kicking tlio ball without bending
the knee. Tho Hunz.13, however, object
ed to the game, and as soon as one com
menced would open- lire, which tha
players regarded not. So tho Kaujutis
started a ftame of polo on the maiden
outside i:ic.l, but tho British fire was
morp eli'ectivo, for tho Gurkhas aro
capital marksmen, and the gamo was
soon dropped. Finally a Dogra sepoy
named Nagdu discovered it gully which
seemed possiuie and ascended thisalouo,
Tho following night, 50 Gurkhas
and 50 Dogras cf the imperial service
troops under Lieutenant Manners
Smith, an expert cragsman, hid nf t10
foot cf the gully and remained bhivtAiug
mere ior uours, until at curly dawn
tho remainder of tho force diverted the
enemy's attention by a continuous fire
Followed by his 50 Gurkhas, Manners-Smith
commenced the perilous as
cent, and behind them came Taylor and
his Dogras, with tho mortifying result
that after two hours' climbing the gully
was found to be blocked. Steps wero
xcuucui to wnero tho gully forked, and
thero ho again led upward in such
manner that had one of the leaders
ii'isscu ins Hold most of the
might have been swept away.
inis time tbey wero right, and tho
leaders were within (10 yards of the firs
'ifeU. uuioro ueiug perceived, Tho
alarm being given, tho interchange of
shots at ouco ceased, and all attention
was directed to the daring climbers.
Rocks and showers of stones were pour-
eu oowu, nut tlio little baud had passed
v. tauten points, and only a
few were destroyed. Calmly they swung
themselves up from rock to rock until
at length the pluckly subaltern n,.d
his meu were seen to storm th
esiscancc ijali Mall
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first saugar, tho
after a short
NOW WITHIN THH REACH OP
rug mm loosen his hni.i n..,i . ....
horror of all, he dropped to the hard
7 0 umvJ "at was pitiful
Ho was not bndiv i,nf u... 1. :
, . , , j ouo K cured
bim of that bad habit. Piti.. n: "
patch. -"6 "is-
The real German zweihack. l,;i.
can be bought ut almost nnv ni
eery or bakeshop, is ono of tho most de
liciousand healthful fn.i f. ..i.n......
I t la ) often usee on this account in hos
pitals and sanitariums n 1 .-.-. ,
Of Slices cf rnKlr. m"
1 .... . ' " iwiiu ui ime. tirv
bread rinm n ..1 . ' u
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1 " ' '',jr- Viemu' SllOflB
t.;r . . Ppared m tho same
t .0 ZT "r uuy a lnrS quantity at a
What vnu mu . 1 i ' ' ' hLtI'
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drawn at private letters. Cornhill M. Tue coronation of thevoum, nr.oon
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British rP.n.nfMiu u , . u yu"B
.vMLivinuuijii,. xjuh iihnii nannari t xiuiir imnn raiani i
in n T rtl., , " " 1 o-- 'MICH.U, iii
iJUiiutf nnnrr iw n n r ha etot,,,, , i
uiarged with beggiiiB. and tlio Hftfl, to tha f nil ...
the presence nf
Will Tllurtrrra 1 in
.oiiuwmg iormuia, which
She Is an Amcrinnn.
. . 100 rePhlio of Hawaii
PZ "r"n "ad "Pendant of
T ""ring a vis H n 1870 tn
her uncle, Edward P. Adams, a pron?
ineut merchant in Honolulu she me
fcauford 13. Dole, tho son f ' . ,'U.et
arv. linm . iinopiuu-
' " i'muuui oi iiawaii
were married in 167a.
Two Way. or I)ll(el,arel8 Coal From Ca
natboats luto CarU.
Scoops like thosn n,,, . -. ,
taking nn ,,! f," USLa
tepemng slips, tllat sbnt , , ;
ho mud bitmg out a great mofuhf of
n to bo lifted up and dropped into a
scow, aro also used in m,ln. ;.. . L , a
,u taHUS coul 00 boats. Tho ordinal
way of unloading coal from boats j'',
Cart 011 tho wharf .l h
- "1U1IKH1IIO IS Will
scoops holding aomirtPr.f V.
which are hum, n , . " , "
vh, u they aro cast l00H0 tucy cau
bo upset and emptied. These scoops a,o
filled iu the boat by men who tfr tho
Hcoop on its side toward P.
scrape the coal down into it unt i
almost full and then riohr u
b hooked on to a rope and hoisted un
by horse or steam power to the drive
waiting with his cart on tho S
bo empties the scoot, im i.,-'
meanwhile the men t,0t .
iuu Me.llll scnon iu t.l.i i.. , .
smaller si. f , ' ou'y tho
. , V. U 1
WEAKNESS, FAILING ENERCICII 1
ES A Kin ""-
taRsnrl ,.. "oii Bunerins frn
after mere 6t?m .ich i?jngffen' Mpln
u. Dysome fraudulent OrSii i;""""?'
medicine comnnnv arna0, U- druKSltor
to cure orrJiRH? ST Guarantee
Treatment at home m tJU m
price, Bome VuaraS.. fR ?'!i,shei?1
to. coms hS, S?,-. ?. .thos "hoprefer
rood fa :"V'.;?nl to refund
ml I r.n a
fail to cure
1 back of our abiShlK?-00 caita'
euro or raf7iV.a25?'u". Ouarantea to
tired of quacker lf . .K ney' " oa " ,
once, WRITE lie uni . jrHDie exist-
uiiij our methods ot tlin . " "'CB "iHeaneg,
and effective treatment. iP?r,8ct'.reliBl"
ence. OirreaponllMM ,B' mical ici-
TATE "SSL. .9m iia
CORRECT. CONCISE. COMPLETE
Over 20,000 Copies of 1897 Book
aoia at 25 Cents each.
An accurate aad sunei-ior book nf iiefen n, .
tel e you all you want to know. There i" ,
Unclusil luiire lull .1 l .
Mi.n.1 .... i. V i. iwciicni r.0IH::.l, i- ,
land Hook of Encyclopedic information ,,. ,
i.iire ot OIIicc, Home and Kola.
iik nuuc.i lately ,( Bcndi,,,; li cent, ail,i ti,,r i -m
. linK expense, mating i 6i iu , n I
u'oVW'm v..S.- of tbirr..,,,..,
"y teccWlmin we ",i,ke limited li..,.- .,
unrl you ciin 1 " ,"M -1"' '"r !.
Transportation and Supply to.
Capital 500,000; Shares S. 00
Ecl. Fully Paid ant! S0..AwMlll)IPi
men win, Uiid..rtr. . , "-t"le trade. I ,.
ulatliin of A lalka u itl H.'!''? ?i,thu
"ld car , d l h '"" ''y ni',,d 10 . ' ' ,
l'"' d' trad,,," i
"id will send
""in illusion m
"er of Kino
. . Korea. fc
imtiiiuernai lllirl en r in.l l:c
. , . 'i...Liiai IUU
thero is but a feeble dimmer. For 3.00U
. , w....-, .u i.iiiueuco or UHiua has been at
"n ... mums work. Tbo laufiuaKo. lit
oratura and ninr.i ... ... ,
tt. 1 1 '"i.iiiiiH 'a juina are
. , , , 111 reimemout, bavo depio
UMU" 11 0 Ui'tvo tongue, and in couse-
wutiioo luuuiimriii mental development
nnd have drawn a lino of demarkation
between tho nristocFutio or Chinese brod
and tho plebeian Korean speaking
Of lato thero has been some reaction
Japanese prompted, so that official doc-
nments and Tho Gazette aro now issued
m a mixed script, partly E,mni, tbe
national IaiiBnaSo, and partly Chinese
I hu ' tho most ,
. , 1 "'fi" oiivorea. Auctssarily since
ho niortmain of China lias lW)ttlio na-
tional lifo at its lowest vbb the re .
BioustcaehmBisChiuc.su too. Confucian,
sm is the doctrine of the upper
its precepts viKorously Honored i 1 t ,1
urcaeu, just as tbo Ten Comm..,,,! Z I
tion seems to hav hZ r' ,.' .. "" ""..""J". Iormu1?' w
ajagistrate. for he disnhar i.. ' uu torH .. n luu .mus adnimis-
said: "I'm a resnectTrr, "r-.. ' lUD and German
lores, Why, I make trousers for Mr.
.w.uii-.ui . xnowton. the magistrate,
1 mean. If I'm resneotablB (.annul, t
-v .ujjianaio s trousers, I'm eood
enough for any thing. "
What Thoy Prefer.
Eunting y0u often hear
"iuuu men, unt never
Larkin Women prefer to be tailor
made. Detroit Free Press.
In Germany, to prevent poison being
obtained for evil , .K
lowed to be sold withnnr ..-.i..
ri .. "iii.cii ur-
i truncate irom a physician.
In England there are 70. nnn ttn
gaged iu public houses and drinking
wiliffl HX Pa,SSed his law examinations
wilh flying colors?"
"Yes, the examining mn,in
He told how 95 of them could he avadpH ..
"I swear to the rnnnto u. t...
i,j . , f v uh; iietner
lands to observe and always maintain
the fundamental law. I pledge myself
to defend and to preserve with T2
power tbe independence of the kiugdom
to protect miblio and ?0'
preservation and ad
vancement of individual and general
prosperity all the moans which tho "aw
Place flt my disposal as the due of m
T t ,?een- W od aid me
Still They Tramp.
trnt" h,Ut fourrstotes in the Union have
tramp laws. Eunlanrl Hu, .1... . ' ave
to tho workhouse, ftau"
do convict labor. Germany and Belgiu 2
put him 011 penal farms. But in al
countries and in all states th tramp
goes marching on. -Boston Globe
Tu Be Orace-ful.
tho efrnr : :i u"e"e, ,y uot- in
burden hey ar rryinrnr6 f ,l10
train all tlfe mll?
envy. iujr iuigUt
Keep Down tho Cas I!il).
A whistling sound fmm ti, "1
key until th, L J'UIUn- Turo the
"ey until the sound ceases
should bo freuuentiv Bu.rBl;r',
; ' vi:u ana
but the work th.,
could bo d 1.. . : u"e"P ltan it
it does is done
women nml von..., . ..
1(1(1(1 arc .. ' " l"'l"f 10 tlietllllll
to .-( "(Jiil.l
Power operated K?
lower edges of
VM,U..t .1 . .I "" '' at on.
'""bnrltv, Ik, ,, X i'l V ' 'T'k tm" bfrh
I'botoniplis , ."'tinin.'"-.! tr'''1''1 fr"1" '""!
Alka l.v2i , .0 nri,,a. M""'rior "'D of
" tells alt ,, , ,u J IIIM,e'1 "i six colors.'
etc. . It sells H, . ,V' I'h lM'- tpt tU.-re.
' lJnt the book for V re- d r T ""''."'"d
,. '-e'ldlean.l nrei Ju J. , !". "'t.
m " nieii includes ii. .-. " ' 1 "il'i' le out-
uivwliere von ,.i'.?,. ' . p '"miiienee
' "l "nee. U euive
tot- (he im
"1 Mill s nf .,,
.1 Mill) 01 ODll-foli I,,,,
ar.y lu-uvisiiiiis ,.i..i ! ..
"I'l'M'IIH'lltS reillllil I,,..
llldii. ., . , ""I" -
o oniu.. ,,1 j i. ,, " '
1 '",, "i 1 lie m Usiiii.
Ill IV.... 1 ed
cm, aivomima,,,, 1,1-
v-v "i').. (o those
"OIK Oi tl. ,.,,
ICI 1 1 1 1 1 1 :
investimr in !
"ly the follow!,, r ,
S. SCI! vriiv
"'"I'lWicrs. ilartinrVi ,' '.
I," ice Keparated
two parts of tho
Bother down ti, " 1 , UiJ r.8arawn to
.ul r "".uuu coal
IS 11, r,., U.l , .
vuuu iiiiisrnr. .
aeet, thus hoidin,;;i .u"tu "ey
The snnnn t -?i"." rt l '"Closed.
swung in by power.
but over n, V "ocover the cart,
which has a nr.., OKOt
two el '8".Sp?Ut.oa eacb side
DeWGll tllllmi H....O. . .
loose Wtlnoe Z iS'r'1
certaiuty whetbnr M. 1! ""lu'to to
a.. At.- i
ir...,i . olJ '"ac
Iwh been -, 7 . I ace-. Wbeu it
to disehurgo Its oonZJ P 18 0pened-'Hhenifiiirot.
nioro dronned ,,,. V "BO'nanrt once
ousau U. VVilitnr
vZT n,l''c"n farther west
.,.., a iiiagazmo,
( 11; v s ain ici.;..i.
' 1'. 1 1111:11
-y- typo ompl.iy js
vecetali!,. ., i. .. . .
is lit! In ..,.' i " V".1. JU
unknown iv ... . 1 it u
--v vuu tno
Iut son 11
Waxim;s cavalry gU, which fires 700
Miotsiiminute.weir.hu 1,, o ,
StrilDUOd tn a anl.
The LM11I Ua V.inrln .1.-
..,,11,,,. r . " ."muu iui ilia
M'l tan fires 770 shot. s.
a heldpieco 011 wheels.
ofhntt8"-1'1, i''? 00 p,!rceut cf tb cases
of shortsightedness are hereditary.
Tho Austrian government has a Hun
garian opal ii ,nchM 1 d n
inches thick. It weighs 1 7 " . ' '5
worth I3OQ.000. The ;e op ;7
hyacinth red to a hn -n : ..."
firelike reflection of bH.fl ' , V'b7 is
valu0(1 fron. $5 to $10 per carat
Often on the green leavoscf trees von
Will notice little blaelr .,,, l,A
not seem to arise from a y d L,a
the plant looks otherwise S'tby
enough. Aa a matter nf fan . " . ' y
caused by burning; the rays of the Z
get focused by tbo d .-?
banker nf 01 0
president of the Christian U Y ' . ' "
change of that ci 5 l'T ex'
widows' home and seven, I t. "Va a
ties. The bnaci JV.tV"ul oth, t chari-
have, a """utu". M
a sum. Sf.n nnn , " "u"'cn.
over and above ,;:. ... 'D,u ".
by means o e "ctricitf t tumiels
tuuneJ is thu lho B'timore
"lents are boin l ',Mul arra"c
sac tunnel in tLT ligbt tbe
tnunel will bortlv if- ii,"; Got ard
"oan.of aro lamn, T,,V,ttte(1 by
IF ft! AMIS
.Never Fans MfflKUI
CUSTOM, AUm V 111 ,fK 'LL I O. 1 1 .
1'0 Olfel ed
as8..i;i. f,.,,. . .. ..
""'. iiicludii, on.. e ce,n,r of ,h
medicine, caino ... 8 '"I'ldy of !ua, ....
Dollar linowi,i !.. ....
l.aiiv win , ' to'"-
Thi "Villi u iV 1))r I
".,,! l,u l VaZ THh'lW'' uf B"""'.
'""i In dcaan.i, , ' allJ, man,,,.,- ..,,. .
', , ju ,1U ,J 1 eh there can 1,. ,, ,...
bliHrw can l,c o o. o i '!r 5 'our '"-v.
"oinpaay, 0 ' il K'r by mail ur , , .
""d,. .jo. iremotit sSt.,ro.ua-
in:'.i'o..l interview -,.,..,
..ukc cluck,. !..:.
Oleto I'L-,?"? ''P"-' onlciK
' . Trcaiiiuc
To the Ladies.
py for ;i c,.Ilf
v. ium, iMavli ,,.rw'1n l -R
.1 Py for
(il -iiiiiijo p i r
railway tunmd . . "'"luatod
. . ja. i no u,i
claimed for an ,: tagts
Tho i .
'.ith it is strange that a v,
.pi 1 1 'urB cat sbould
- -. ... oo run over l,v n
fi- To bpRin
what hannened t -. , " '' i,,;t is
Mr .T,... ... '""owuctl
that tbo cat .: rm.V!( beartl
It into the cellar Vol i '" cl,nel"
Poortbiu , d f,.A '"r tha
Went to tbe rrli..- ... ',JH ,'-'"es
tclieved was a dead cat.
'ledtoiind il,, ' . J: was asfon-
llllMiml ,.i:n . . '
"oro aiitouisbed ' " 1 . nUvo. '!
ud meat In
ns in the
''. Tbo cot was
heap of fsi,
corner in w-bicu
tnnblc to era
tliim. "m"y- Allloim ,,.!,.
du a;h " ijrpu'"abiy gr0!rt;-:
inseiTnfZn lo ir; B00ldent bW-""k'-u
rail or S'0C tbronh
CHigneer will o ,,, , C""' l"i
n '"" way , bead f ' 8Ce clearIy
if the lits a erir,r P,,,0n8h nt
Kton W. ,'l,r!fro',rlyti'ributed i
w u hi mi, t...i . .
"u iron. J"tuHtries
Jwedynian 8:.,aB;f ,tu tall, Jaut(:rn
yn could find hnf 7 ,0 W0,llnD
like 111,2 8110 ca" u.nor
"'K'lcning, " tbo f,,ii i .
mt. No pub dtfd lnviS"iiifj hSS
Z,,t Street. New
. 11 wiy.
If von will. 71 :
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ot o , pi. .' "tie u.,ei ,,ii i i.u i i
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ot IWOO lilicl isfi 'j M " ",;" eeu tiller;,.-
rt"n hacks of ( ,t.1,,,',s , 1 'f ivm,,, r
!K either Rtuninir rfi "Vhs vvi,h,"lt
''K the back, "f "'"""graphs ,v
a.Vi "h. i...."1 T ,or them. It,. s ,,
1 1,. -. . ' " v ariiK i.t k... .
. leeeipi of sain,. t , , OI s'-mio.
"'so buy all . ,.i, ,. ,,J 1 UK 1 1 I! i
K.NCK vin ,.,.... Ll.sr. ( lijii.l.,.vi,
'"I-.IIAX , 'Idress Kif'l,l.,i: I,
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