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Barre Evening Enterprise,
I'rintid daily (except Sunday) by
The Enterprise Publishing Co.,
H. C. WHITAKER, Editor and Manager.
One IINintli, -One
Kiiti-rod in the- it om,.,. ,it :trrc, Vt as
Ami Teddy lias left Washin.rfon mid
says lio is spoiling for a lw.
Toddy will be heard from before (hi.-
war is passed.
ulill II... I :. .. ,
.-n.i hm; wiuliuii wiiil i n lent1 cw
erinontcr.Capt. Clark, is unking jTeat
speed towards mir coast. I has been u
iimg ride from (lie (iohlon (iale lo our
eastern seaboard, and jiolilieians now
see the folly of haying delayed in the
construction of tin; .iearania eanal.
Had that walertvay been ready for use
me uregon would have onr ago been
wilh us and ready for a batik.
Js rspain trying lo draw our fleet into
Ihe .Southern waters 'and then send
another stray ileet of which we have
link information against our coast.
This may be the kind of a gamo the
runners are playing. They- long ago
made a statement that they would strike
Die lirst blow where we least expected
il, :md pcrnaps this is what the a
Idrallnni and ICealfera.
"What do you think, my dear?" ex
claimed Mr. Browujones in tones of joy
ful excitement. "You know the Feder
ation of Authorg is meeting iu our city.
Well, WO are to bava thn linnnr nf on.
tertainiiiK the celebrntod novelist Go
dolphin Whatnot as our guest."
"(Jin," responded Mrs. Brownjones
enigmatically. "Is Mr. Whatnot a real-
1 t.(.,lt isc or an idealist?" .
23 cents ny oo you want to know?" asked
HJfl.OO Lrnwnjoucs, surprised.
Well, if ho is an idealist I can just
kavo things as thoy are, but if ha is a
realii-tlmust give the bouse a thorough
cleaning from top to bottom. I may not
be literary, but I've dinned ntn !.
istio novels, and I know their stylo:
'Tho right band curtain bung slightly
askew, suggesting that one of the dra
pery pius bad lost its grip. A pendulous
cobweb waved mournfully from the
cornice just above the door leading into
tho hall, and there was a fine bloom of
dust, like that of tho purplo grape, on
tho piuuo lid. In tho left hand corner of
tho room, almost buried in the nile of
somewhat faded carpot, was an invisi-
wo nairpin, clearly indicating the re
cent pretence of a woman in tho apart
ment. Find out richt
ton, what Mr. Whatnot is, and then I
shall know how to proceed. ITjave no
desiro to let my bouse, afford material
to a realistic observation sharp," New
location of tin: m?v school house
corner of Jlrook and Seminari-
was a wise act on tln n.-n-t ,.
our board of school commissioners and
we believe one of the best sites in that
it if .
r-eeuun oi me cny tins been selected as
it is so situated that scholars from many
directions can reach tin; building to be
creeled there without any dilliciilly.
The thanks of Ihe cil y sliould be .;,,"
Hie school commissioners. Xov, then,
we need at least two inon; school
houses, one on the west side of
river and another in the southern
tion of tho city.
Tears For Itevinuo Only.
A heterogeneous collection of loafers
satin tho village public bouso. niter.
nately wiping their eyes and sighing
heavily. Tho landlord's sou bad been
buried that day, and a flttino nir nf
gloom pervaded tho placo.
Wuat a lot of fuss you make nhnnt
it!" cried a smart young bravo who bad
been surveying tho company with ill
concealed disgust. "Why should we
cottier ourselves about a corpse?"
The others stared at him aghast, but
before they could reply tho landlord
himself camo iu and nroreednd tn snrvn
out quarts of ale in diguifiod fashion.
Ho wont round tho room systematically
until ho camo to tho smart young man,
who held out his hand for tho pitcher. '
"Kay, lad, tha'll get no ale from
mo," paid tho landlord.
He Could See Through Them.
Carl Hertz, tbe well known conjurer,
ouco entertained a company at a friend's
house by performing some of his clever
est tricks. One of the parlor maids,
who hud been passing cups, cakes,
glasses and so on, was much interested,
and when the hostess gave a sign that
nothing more was needi'd the girl still
lingered to see the completion cf the
trick just began.
i "Will some one oblige me with a
heavy shawl or cloak?" Hertz said.
"Now, " ho went on, selecting a big
cashmere thawl, "you observe tbe thick
ness of the shawl?" They all did, in
cluding tho maid at the door. "Now,
will one of you be good enough to write
a number of three figures on a piece of
paper, being careful not to let me see
what is written?" One of the ladies did
so, while tho maid at the door leaned
forward and began to breathe hard.
"Now place tho written paper, with
the figures on tho upper side, under tbe
shawl as I hold it. " It was done, tho
thickness of the shawl being between
Hertz and tbe paper as he looked down
toward it. There was breathless silence.
Then he Eaid, "Surelv tho number is
701." It was. He had apparently seen
right through tho thick shawl. Every
ouo was amazed.
Theii upon tho silence broke the
shriek of tho maid at tho door. With
one final gazo at tho shawl and one at
the handsome conjurer sho hid her rosy
faco iu her bands, yelling at tbe top of
her voice, ".What's tbe good of me
clothes?" and fled. Argonaut.
was tho aggrieved ques-
" 'Cos tha hesn't earnt it like t'rest.
They ve been blubbing for two hours.
an tha hesn't as much as ta'en thy
handkerchief art o' thy pocket. My
motto today is 'No blub, no ale;' so
mu got to go wi'out. "
Then the young man understood why
tho grief of tho company had been so
intense. Loudon Telegraph.
its pages yon
my success in
a good deal put out, but
Hogg's Scent of Success.
There was once a man out west of tho
namo of JJoggs, and everything went
his way. He was so fortunatu as to be
tho object of much curiosity and com-
mem among ins associates and acquaint
ances, who asked him how ho played
bis game. Mr. Uoggs replied that he
worked on a theory that was left him
as a legacy by his father, who was one
or tho most successful men he bad ever
known. Ho divided bis property among
tbo other children, and tn Uiti nMnct
sou, JOllll JJOggS. he left t in fniriiW Ri.
bio us a token of his lovo and confidence
nun uuciea tliat "within
wiu iiutt tho secret of
I.a 1 l i . .
and nobody discovered his chiigriu and
bis feeling of envy toward his brothers
and sisters, who divided the real and
personal property. The next Sunday
having nothing u i?er to do, ho took
""" mo niy Word from the
ami, turning over its
Mjiiico envelope which 'nore his name
writt.n m the well known hand of his
lather. Tearing it open, he found a
euoil OUC Kl"lll cant: ui.i, !.,.. .. VIU.1 . ..
I . " ...v.j.u ujjuu u -....... ..i-jnnii Mlg years.
Mieec ot paper. In telling his story His mother found him in tho i-.m nnH
Law said that he had faithfully fol- reprimanded him. A ht lo latT sSe
wed his lather's dying in jvmction. and caught him teasing his baby sister and
ho theory which tbe old man had prac- reprimanded him again
SZEZ1'' "I e "hat's got into you.
n , vviino, - slio said. "You're usually tha
ih. n, of course, everybody spang P ood little boy, but today you're L to
and inquired what was ivrin-,,,, i,.A nil L-i,iu r.t ,. ' you re UP t0
DICCO ot niinr.r I it... .. ...
"Onlv'tl t, . . ."rca 0 "'R Rood, "he return-
gnod things are lost Uyno askWW "Tired nZZ"Z??.?Z .
i ...... -nftui niiu iiiimpn
What do you mean by that?"
. wi, orocner jjoo is naughty most
iiuji:, una vnn'rn n n...a
hi,,, ti,in ' ... . rs. "'"""
emss 1 11 ho naughty for awhile and
oeo if I don't get something too. "
Sometimes a younostpr so.u f i
rom the shelf
pa ", discovered
As to Horseback Iiiiline
Tho KentucI clan was tnlL-inn froi
about horses. Although it was a salo
u,u,u' was spoakiug bis mind. Ho
bad mado the proper speeches ahnnt h
gait of the beautiful creatures tho darky
trainer trotted un and rinwn 1, i,,i
not lost his look of grave acquiescence
when ha heard things about tbe horse
who trots. But a chance word touched
bis true thought, and ho spoke the faith
of Kentockians arid westerners, Texans
"i'uis. in something this
wise: "That's right. It aiu'treally rid
mg to jolt up and down and look stylish
on a trotting horse. You can't say much
about it in Boston, fir llTlVUrriniia in mMnn
UCIO jieopio aon't care about the easy
steps. They don't know what you're
talking about. It's a queer notion and
one my folks in Kentucky can't got used
to that a trotting horsocan boa saddle
borso. Women want to bo stylish,
though, everywhere, and thoy would
learn how to riso up liko the Boston
women. But they didn't keep it up. A I
way anu tno gallop's tho thing
for country American riding. V-Bostou
A Man nf System.
A newspaper man of some celebrity
as a disciplinarian was noted about his
orlice for the extreme disorder of his
own desk. Though insisting upon
methodical habits on the part of bis
employees, ho gave bis own pigeonholes
a cleaning out and sorting over only
once a year, and his recular time fnr
doing this, oddly enough, was Wash
it Happened one year nevertheless
that ho forgot to perform this task at
tno proper time, and a friend who ban
peued in at bis office on the moruinc of
x'tu. so was surprised at finding him
surrounded by his usual horjekss littnr
oi letters and papers.
"How does this happen, Mr. ?"
"Forgot it," shortly answered the
"Well, you're going to clean things
up today, aren't you?"
No, sir, " was tho reply. "That job
goes over, under tho rules, for another
year. You don't suppose I am going to
sotau example of irregularity to the
boys, do you? Not much!"
And ho cleared awav a nmm n. i,i.
desk and began writing an editorial on
tho tariff. Youth's Companion.
Takea Hla Jags In Transit.
"The other day I was comiug east on
tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad," said
Mr. H. T. Towns of New York. "Iu
the parlor car iu which I traveled were
a couple of hilarious New Yorkers, who
were spending their money for cham
pague, or at least one of them was, with
a liberality that was nigh akin to reck
lessness. The number of quart bottles
that they consumed was startling, and
every time the colored attendant brought
iu a fresh bottle be vas presented with
a $1 noto. Wbeuever the contents of
one were pretty nearly gone the elder
of the baccbiiuuliuns shouted out to the
waiter, 'Who told yon to stop bringing
"But along toward evening tbe sup
ply ran out, much to the disgust of tho
pair, and they had w be couteut with
high balls, cocktails and other plebeian
drinks. These wero sufficient, however,
to koep up tbeir spirits, and later m
the night I could hear thorn yelling for
"Tho nexf day the conductor of the
train told me that this couple had been
riding up and down the road for nearly
a week and that they hadn't drawn a
sobor breath in all that while. It seem
ed that it vas tho odd way taken by tho
senior member to indulge in a spree.
He took tbe younger man along merely
for company and footed all the bills.
About once a year the notion took him
to go off on a tear, and, not wishing to
indulge iu inebriation at homo, he
couldn't think of us good, a scheme as
riding' continuously on a trunk line,
Where there would bo only strangers to
wonder at his dissipated behavior. The
idea of picking a Pullman as tho the
ater of a protracted jag struck me as de
cidedly original. Washington Post.
The Clever Burglar.
Tho brtrsl :r who does several "jobs"
arid eludes the offers of tho law is a
keen observer, a man of forethought,
and one whose executive anility is un
questioned. Houses are not entered bo
caueo they have brownstouu fronts, nor
uro stores broken into uy run pim-
sioual thief without mi investigation.
When the tkillful burglar U to do a
"job," ho studies thobubits ot tue resi
dent or proprietor. In a caso in Troy a
Ijw years ago a jewelry store was rob
bed. Apparently there was not a rkw.
Detectives were placed on the caso and
mimed tho thieves by tho method eiu
nloved iu getting into tho store, and
subsequently the thieves wero convicted.
Certain burglars ahvays enter u cellar
and como up through stairs, floor or
trapdoors. Others have skeleten keys.
Others go above aiitl come down stairs.
Homo Lteak in rear and otliers irout
doors. In tho robbery above) referred to
tho two thieves had been in Trey three
successive Saturday nights. Thoy had
fastened a silk thread ou all entrances
in such a way that if any one entered
or left the storo the thread would be
broken. Thus tho burglars learned that
tho proprietor and clerks did not visit
thu store after closing Saturday' night
until Sunday. The fourth aaturday
night they "cracked" the safe. Except
for tbeir methodical way of entering
(by the cellar) no suspicion would have
attached itself to them. Trny Times.
We have on hand a few copies
the Illustrated Edition of
Which will be sold to close
out for almost half prii
Time Spent In Shaving.
Think of tbe time lost iu shaving.
Campbell, the poet, calculated that a
man who shaves himself everv da7 iuhI
lives to the age of 70 expends during
his lifo as much time iu tbe act of shav
ing as would have sufficed fur learning
seven languages. Soutbey, commenting
ou this, minuted himself, May 15, 18il0,
during tbe act of shaving, and he found
me time employed nine minutes. Ha
ueitner burned tbe operation nor linger
ed about it. Listen now to William C'or
bett concerning shaving : "As it mav
cost only about five minutes of timo and
may be and frequeutlv is made tn cose
80 or even 60 minutes mid as only 15
nuuntes make about a fifty-eighth part
of the hours of our average daylight,
this being tho case, this is a mutter of
real importance. I once hoard Sir John
Sinclair ask Mr. Cochr illlft. .Tnhlls'tmin
wnetaer he meant to have a son of lii.s,
men u jiuio Doy, tauubt
saia jur. Johnstone.
The Awkward Orderly.
A young wag of an officer, making a
morning call upon his superior iu the
iiner s tout, touud him sound asleep,
perhaps a little tbo worso for a night's
tarrying over the flowing bowl.
Tbo officer was tall, and the cot was
short, so that his feet stuck out at the
iooc oi me tied.
uu luu fcPurs lrom a pair of boots
standing by the bedside, strapped them
iu lue sieepor s ankles and went awav.
ibo officer had pretty well lacerated
bimself about tho shins and ankles be
fore he woko up and instantly yelled to
'but I mean to dn
somotnmg a great deal better for him.'
'What is that?' said Sir John. 'Why,'
said the other, 'teach him to shave with
coia water and without
waking him tbe visitor
you mean by this?" ha
tbe latter, tinintinn tr. Li-
feet, which wero scarred and bleeding.
The orderly looked at the spurs in
but the next time
forgive you this time,' for you
in tho dark." said thnm,.
Vou vnnk inv iir..i.
ouuta uu so quicij tbat it leaves my
spurs on I'll give you ten dav.i,,!),:
7 , , ' aoyou bear?"New Vork
them.' "Chicago liccord.'
Uarwiu an a l'uj.il.
Thirty years ago Dean Fai ntr. nt tlmk
plain Mr. Parrar and merclt,
waster at Harrow school, delivered a
lecture in which he attacked tho system
then in vogue of spending much time
over Oreek and Latin verse. Tf ,...,i
practice should be nl
case of boys who h
I'laco of this artificial
drilling tho lecturer advocated tho study
science and natural history us likely
') Wuoht boys who cared nutting for
brock and Latin versification.
Of course the lecturer was opposed by
those who wero believers in tho old
classical system. But ho has received
his reward. Then thero was but one
we 1 known school in England which
bad a "scienco master:" now H.,.
scarcely a school of noto which has not.
Thou the "Latin verso" system was
universal; now it is almost entirely
Ho also bad the pleasure, of receiving
from Charles Darwin n letter of histor
ic interest in tho annals of English edu
cation, wherein tho great biologist re
lates Ins own experience, whilo a pupil
in being snubbed because ho preferred
chemistry to tho classics. Ho writes:
I WHS at School lit Kllrn.uh,. ....
dor a great scholar, Dr. Butler. I learn
ed absolutely nothing except by amus
ing myself by reading and experiment
ing in chemistry. Dr. Butler somehow
found this out and publicly sneered at
mo before the whole school for such
gross waste of time. I remember ho
called mo a pococurante (careless, indif
ferent fellow), which, not understand
ing, I thought was a dreadful name."
Dean Earner, commenting on Dr. But
ler s mistake with regard to the great
est intellect which ever passed under
his tuition, calls it a fault-, nf n, ;
and not of tho man. In those days bovs
described chemistry as "stinks;" and
."r. ,, u"'K"nl"o at school
Oas. Youth's Companion.
or two or three
Tatlont It my.
'"uuiia was a fair y good
niaid o all work, but, liko most of her
diiu was woeiully slack
for her own room.
Her mistress was ill f.
weelis amj ou recoveHus 6he
to Losy s room and found it ju a state
of dirt and disorder beyond description
said' ry lfe'uaut' sha oalled Kosy, and
"Rosy, I don't see how you can stand
have your room like this!" ;
..Ti "? I)Jeasan"y. Kosy wade reply :
Vnt person. "-Harper's 2aLl
Not to lie Thought Of.
"Have you selected your topic for a
graduation essay?" said the dear girl's
nt"' f-ViB 'The Iaiari Restraints
of Superstition, Ancient and Modern. " I
tijr junerescing. Y0n must
get right to work on it "
"Oh dear, no I You wouldn't have
nio begin it on Friday, would yon?"
A ! , ...
mpnimous nsnesaro to be fouud in
uuo quurrers ot tbe globo. Begin
ning in Europe, there is the bkjnuy,
u, ueu Kept in aquariums, has
uuvuu 0 require at least an hour's
puro air out of water to preserve it in
good health and spirits. In the tropics
is found tho poriophthalmus, which is
singularly amphibious and hops over
he muddy flats in search of food, uota
bly ho crabi and moll usks left stranded
by tho retreating tide. This fish is so
active on laud that it ia Htmu !.
catch, and various specimens brought
irom Mauritius wern
of a shotgun-truly a uui.juo method of
r i "!.'8 is lo fouud at
7 muu il in nmirfift h n u. ...i.
chased thoy prenora tn pm,r i, i.... ,
rather than by water; they rTall seem
to appreciate the sport. -Chicago KewT
Nothing Was Lent.
"Arorouthe Rnnintv 5ii .
u i 'vj v,,Hui,r usuen
theroaomBWO"mn' Wh 86eU,ed to fll1
Three Ceuturies liehiml Americans,
boveral papers dealing with the Pe
syivania coal regions appear
Century. Henry Edward Hood,
or A -Polyglot Cnniinmiitv
More than one-half the total numbor
of immigrants into the United States are
coming from Austria-Hungary, Italv,
Poland and Russia. While official sta
tistics are not available, vet nni.fni
vestigation leads to the belief that per
haps 50 or GO per cent of arrivals from
the countries mentioned have had no
regular occupation, whilo possibly 30
per cent may have been servants or la
borers. Eivo years mm ti,,. u.,.. ...
JUaujerio, himself an Italiau, in com
pany with tho writer made a tour of ob
p" tbron8h, tbu Lehigh region of
Pennsylvania, ""d stated that in his
opinion the Italians working there were
centuries uebiud Americans
A Disgusted Hero.
Tho story of Sergeant Walker, whe
was kept prisoner for six weeks by thu
Afridis and was court marlialed fot
being "absent without leae, " remiud.i
me of an Indian talo of iV, when a
man-o'-war's1 man, Strahau l,y name,
captured almost singlo handed (!ub of
the forts on the Hoogly, Tho fort,
which was strongly situated, was in
vested by the admiral, and Strahau,
during thu ti;no of midday repose, wan
dered oil "on his own" in its direction.
Gaining tho walls without discovery,
ho took it into bis bead to scale a breach
madu by tho cau'uon of tho ships, and
ou reaching tho platform ho flourished
bis cutlass and fired his pistol at "tho
uiggurs, shouting, "Tno pluco is
Tho native soldiers attacked him, and
ho held his own with indomitable pluck
till re-enforced by one or two other tars
who had straggled out of camp and
heard his huzzas. The enemy, unpre
pared from this ill timed attack and
tearing further invaders, fled from tho
fort upon tho opposite side, leaving 20
cannon and a large storo of unimuui
tiou. Aluch to Strahau's surprise, ho
was lectured by tho admiral for his
breach of discipline, and lie wan rliu.
missed with hints of fntnrn ruin lull.
ment. "Well," said Strahau,'"if I'm
flogged for this hero action, I'm d d
if 1 ever takes another fort as long as I
lives!" Loudon Sketch.
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LACE CURTAJN CLEANING
A sii eialty.
Nn frames used thus avoiding
ks. tioiHls j.ent liv exnress wil
in tl,.,i i , ... . '
.Uu awuuarus oi livingthat is,
luuas as to tood, clothin
wages, worn and general
Since that time there has
profemeut in tho class of
arriving' at our ports.
been no im-immiyrauts
Watt, tho great improver cf the steam
etig;uo, introduced into the vocabulary
of machinists the term horsepower.
When ho first befjau thu muimfaw urn of
steam engines, he experienced ineh
difuculty in ascertaining, from his dis
tant customers what sized eniiie thev
required, and they were not less puzzled
bow to communicate to him tho infor-
tiiii firm TT . r
; ''"vhs irequeiitly guided,
however, by their mentioniiiS the num
b r of horses which tho engine ordered
his hi,? t' '1 ,0 rVVhlW- ActiKnp0n
bis hint, ho ascertained by experiment
bat the very strongest of the Loudon
".'r , ,ls ,1I,U of wonderful
" "reustn) could exert a for(.u
equivalent to raising aa.000 pouuds o.io
foot in a miiiete. This force he called
oue horsep,nv,r, and adopted it as tho
" "'SUiatlug the size of steam
chines. JSosy, not one bursa i m ls
mac Wf,KI3 (f stri,u,,tb
steam enginu ,f ten horsepow, r can'
uu tno work of about
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I 0 horses.
Strained tlie Jur.
A little old woman wit), i...- ...
and sharper tongue w n Ul"
grocery ' store buying supplies. Among
other things she brought iu from her
cart was a battle scarrn " , 1
ordered to be filled with tcio "
At last, when Imr ,,i .
completed, he began lo r. re
account, item by item, before paying "
bafs this?" she exclaimed " yon
have charged n fn f.. , - ()u
naif of treacle.'" f't and a
Ions- tba' jng h0lf,s ouy wo gal-
"You must be mistaken. I measure
Pay for the treacle but VIUg to
"aving tbe old jng st rain t0
Putting in half nbyyour
"No, madam," snid the one address
;.t ?!" only the conrt reporter."
Koally? Iam surprised. 13utperbaDs
you will do. Your paper said iffi
florni i S thaffair at my house that
floral decorations 'lent beaujv to tho
scene I wish you would have your T
feut Eve tb? flral bty nt
lent. Everything was paid for. "-in.
A Bad Uargaln.
profitableness of snm
l-i Send of tfiii Tea Maat
Carina, thu useeli-j r,riut was ,.
. iul me space cf Lino ve rs
liie, privation from sb,. n., .v S
Derfni.o.ri i........r " ""oroiug tbe
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a owlet pairs In It. A IWti.-a, ... .
Hand Hoot of Kncyi-!,,;,, rli,- it,, ,,,' "
ji-cts tatiBtii'al, (ullflai. Ili-t,,,,,., ,,
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and grnrml J'lactlcal liirr.-t..ii '
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by "peclal urranuemelin vtM, il,,.", '. ..
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' "Pporluiiny hi. h the ru-h '
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a d u ' AI":kH Ki,h '" ih'V ""'1 -a:,
re I will"h" implement of lhe;v
will come'.''' WhU"' h,""iB UU' '""
KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS
.Mi'MI. Wriini'ii Mn.l ... . ...
dozen in a
a eiiciiiL'h "
'But why don't
t,nnTd0.n !?burbau favel is made at
tractive by tbo tinrn,. i tu
Inirrv i UbI 0b?eJts- ne '"a" in a
thi, .I,.;; 1 1,eu nvo 1,11108 between
PrV is nnf. r,.v 1
sense in thn nc j iu ""s
land Tr '"-- Boutnwestof Eng-
"j or a Jever v..
a nailed box lid with
may -pry np'
tbe train by re-
A . ,
stance may be found in "fa TulT
Nv York." 8nrii,.. .,ar,n.L,foI
Mow She Viewed It.
Perhaps she was jealous, perhaps she
wasii t; anyway, she had just heard
or the engagement, and she conld not
bolp uoticiuff tbe engojwd girl's prido
inhnr captured youth.
"Really, " she said, and her lips curl
ed scornfully, "there's no accountinj?
for tastes, is there? Koinu people think
"e.y uiivo won tlie L'lunu wlien thi.ir u,.h . , uuu moil,
tbe booby prize. Xt ' T "Ul1 tu0 relit iU n
J " , uk" rOSI. Ije UlVfill tn thorn rn H,..i
. w .. LIIUll MiOUUiUyU,
j How to Itemembcr Hlntory.
: Teachor With whom did Achilles
fiBbt at the battle of Troy?
"Wronp;. Try again."
".Nero? How do you"
"Then it nmsr. i. t. ti.l -
know it was one of our three docs "
Many of tho convicts iu French nris-
ons are paid for their labor and earn
about Is. Gd. a day. Half of this they
uro allowed to Hnonrl for nvti'i,
f, ' Scribuer'ii nr..
17, No. 1. i ." r VOJ
must bo ,vr, 1 1 . . whicl
i-ers and jades t lntll . Zl by
tuners to bo placed under it "
rZ: -ell nigh
I the United at ai 7 "n n W peopl ,)f
! write of ly. si-eak and
lJ'.T UJU lillf'II a ,nM 1
we edSton u n ;rofsthnf r
-'j .uu iecorr tho .. .
"bovo, but it ,: ,;!... 1 pry ns'anced
dictionaries ainom. ,h., 7 EugIish
month's. ua', " .tncni being Stor-
u s Scottish nion ,
mo word "p,.;.. . . ""uui-y nas
m, to fo ' i,. -" n.levw-
KtOHllon. 1. i'reSS0.
'Where is Jnnoo?n
"Gone to California."
(' What for?"
"To reoain bis hoouu
..pw.dld lose his health'"
One Field Uninvaded.
enee boarder d tlll) VPal i-
are too easily seen hrou- ' r - y
npohs Journal. lurou"- Indian-
tbern,"aslet!ie cur'i8 ye 6ha11
when'hiffnthp,"".8. 8nia11 boy said
Play With.-.BoSt8on IZLr 18 "'
W-innor Either Way.
-"""K mail," Mill ti, ....
i, , """nuniiioa
now dare vnn ....
An i:iiCllsli Dozen.
Peking some of those, ti, J Vv'''
KCUorona Ai - -UJr uuimies or
ii.f T ,"'"".'tJtur wnich are
60 cents a box. "A
box?" ho asked. SOi ut
"id the sh,,,!. 1'ul, 'eonb,
they make tlin hZ- , c wl,y d"n '
.n.V fri nd - ,b0X.. b' enmighy- asked
. "clause tney're Fnalinh
Hat was all.-Ti.ne andbe Hour
A Detective Aecne.
aweet Girl p. ti, "
! was robbed last i,ii
Pa Mercy! Next door!
oweet (iiri v-
h:n.Q i, uu rue burglars
h ?irlI was thinking it might
.nefV"1- Nillow and
hen, p P " fV ,mUts a,ld wtch for
inem Pearson's Weekly.
1 1 j i V. i I"""1"''1 i six -l..rs.
in- il.' , , ""'! ,mV'."'""-y fortunes
ii i.i.l. , tli ne.xplor,.,! liehls, huw to -et there,
, ' . '! sells i-hciiply, cvervhinlv is interested
4.mi".!M,R, '-ly . i" . '
ein (li-iini rece i t ,v ,,,.,, .,..... ..i...'.
I II I ll i 'I',.
W.-iv of I
Gold Fields at
lit u-M,.l, i.. i .i , ' ' " '""I'"-"- oiit-
i , , 7 '"WninpiiiMl i-oiiiineiwe
ii , . " '" 11 .'"u enoo.-e nt unci
W e give
S. S. SCIiAXToV & ((.,
1 ulilisliers, ilnrtl'iinl. I mill
eoiiiiiMiiv is fiiniK.,1 f,,r ih,-
of tniilm in all :,i:,,s j .,'
""ill send a si.,., ,,i t ;,,'
from ISosiun in ov(-iiili,T, stocked v
flii' necessary provisions, elolliin-
"iMi-iui'iiifi reiuisile for
I'linilo use, sailiiijj ,v tlt.
Horn. aiTu-m.i- m 1 1 ...
on'iiiii of j,,..,.,,,,
in ri'.-u-il lo pasx-nvr servic,. u
can accommodate but a'i iinii,. ,ltIM")t, ,
i. io tiiosc nivesiiii"
sioeh oi tin; i-oiii,n- the follu
uuceiiien s arc olfcr,.,
I'n-mnie fr,m I Iohioii to the centre i.f n, ,
kIohh. Ilieliido.K ..lie year'. ,, ' , " 0 f"1"
.-lic-i.,e, .,. mninVou1;!;! , Cl"'"
p. ...... 11. ii... i
.Miiiiu- invosleil in 41.:..
Vuy will Kt'tuni lo for i.
t t o,T riii.r M1",". '.'.,.?..u? ehl'nerk-al .elm
'"''V-JV';; in the he.mnd ,1,
; " wioiiit i
mil II Olliti, .I. L,.a... .i. . . "
.. . . ."." ttl me Ttlllll, ... .
- -"-""I lu . .....
I rlleapest inuiiiier an
ei'H, no mild nml ' " "u'ro lie
can he,( " Zrm'
LE CI aiB'c
S FRENCH RFMPnv
Dd returned by ai?w1.'h tSS pS?
n lie niiifii,-...! . " "
company., 0ict. So "V mull
ami 7 ni'o. H14.V Irellloul St
.Ohouuli, Z, LYTIIuui:,
To the Ladies.
each. Tlii..i," -rls slump, Sl.io
f old INiotoo , 's " 're V'l on the I,,
f IH(H) ai, I 187o s k " lH'tW,'(" 11
from 1,,,,-ks , f A ,?" ' Sti""lK '"' r.-., v . .
V the backs ,,.v,,rn,, .,",'1,l,hs -v
ylluVnJ0llh'"m- "'.re it
.. reVei t ,i .. r2? t bottom ofsfa,,,,,.
one w ill
and went crazv "
to a statement in a
f do not think that
eaged without . , ycm Kct
actress?" ' niy kuwledgo ond tl
otid to aa
is ouo in which
even a father should
J-ou?" ---"(. liuuneiy renouueo
tisn 1V wifn "lSh! 0U "dver-
In the Wronir riwi..
mo was married
ouu saiu, referriui?
How do you liie-iii'-1 ti j
"ir I "'eaii; Shu lismanrlprl
-Chicago Post. "r'ulL 1,u ausweved.
vou wish to
ii-. . vi-ri.--,..,. .
( Iv.V I 'I I ( ) 1 1 1.' i .' a ti ii , . ' TF.LK
" "I'ply to the "
employ a HOOK
'i oiisiness assii
" rece pt ot- J.,..,,. , . """
K'O.MI'Ti v '"reach
?lo l.uv all , therki ..Is ,M'K SKM-
i'OKKII.Vx ', ' ''Iress J-'lt K I ' I-' 1 1 1
'daceut',;,,, ,"r'er?.Ma.. Ik.x
il'lMI hi J
loino lor i h.i r .-'re.
'.-ei wiih T, ."I,'rte
lii m n,,.. r" "'"0
" ' 11 f ,
SOU liava ,'.T. .9
In London, i
uigars are smoked
moan Vo "E hV 'CS thi
ban trains ieavm, "he(H9Cf S"t)tlr-Snperiiu.u.eV-i'0:;;,0'0-was
right. thought that
President Rj ,.i lt? ,Y, '
' ch a thini-l, ? V , UCVer bp"r'i
J-'bo idea of ', 0X1 llu,st bo crav
wberot " y ',bniLl''1 train
J'""r! Ulako it , " U!,ctIy tbo
oclinr,rp ,-s . . . '"ras.
irw is iii,i , ,
ieni,..,u .V "'e"1 'loyei-orp.,,,,!
-'.'-..iieo. Wiiift,,., t,,,nu 'ur mu-oiulii 'lit-g-Tfc-
,wtli C'hlviiiro. liiiiiol.
uu can Ik? :n .
nd the samn .-ti r . i
Prefer toowtmli ... t. ,
in ii i t-
'J- i this rrlci 1 r
-oiii'i t I lie nio-t i.liMi'i
ihe wurld fiiru
'att da alm t )H(;.t .i
em I ni nt tthv4Mii.
ti hin i itt, i i i
IMIiLKSK ,;.'l v
AM CZT Z
r, n . - music
ir M a uu
T' IE HABITS
No "tapering 0fl r Iute'y harmless.
method8 m No Suh&,ZZ
For MriuTa,,,,"0 SUbstltu-
IIIIV -lilil ""nn yj.oi , will
us nt ,.;' : : '"k "'I
" kvuy .month
4 ,-iit-,iMh.s,:,Nnv Yor
he ei.l t''
III t :i 1 1 1 !
Week-lv " "r N
ai t. . ? A. QllNN. M r.
Ihe Kind Yi
Ito Kind You Hav8 Aim" Baui
pouci- '";-,,...( oneo.
i) U) linn