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Although legend and supersti superstition super superI
tion have left only a trace of their theirexistence th thexistence
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existence to this age of knowledge knowledgeand knowlec knowlecand
and progress yet it is amusing amusing and andinstructive
4 instructive to recl11 the fanci fanciand anc Iful Ifuland
and pretty myths that the minds mindsof
of all classes scarcely questioned questionedThey question questionThey
They say it was from the w weepi weepiwillow eping epingwillow
willow that the rods were made madewith m mwith
with which the Saviour Saviourscourged was wasscourged
scourged and from that time timehas it ithas
has drooped its branches with withsh1me w wf
f shame Washington Irving relates relatesin relat relatin
in his life ot the prophet that thatthe at atthe
the age of three years while Mo Mohammed l lc
c hammed was playing in the fields fieldswith flel flelwith
with his fosterbrother two ang angin angels angelsin
in shlDin shining apparel appeared before beforethem beic beicthem
them Gabriel one ofthe of the ange angeai angels angelslaid
laid ai Mohammed 0 ammed gentlY gent upon the theground t tA
A ground and opened his breast but butwithout b bwithout
without inflicting any pain Then Thentaking Th Thtaking
taking forth his heart he cleansed cleansedIt cleans cleansit
It from all impurity wringing from fromIt frc frcit
It those I black > lark and bitter drops dropssin ot otsin
sin inherited trom our forefath forefathAdam forefather forefatherAdam
Adam and andwhichlurk which lurk in the hearts heartsof heni heniof
of the best of his descendants i iciting in inciting
citing them to crime When Whenhad he hehad
had thoroughly purified it he hlI hlIit hUed hUedit
it with faith knowledge and pro prophetic pr prphetic
phetic light and placed it in the thebosom 11 11bosom
bosom 01 the child Nearly ear1y ear1ythe all allthe
the precious stones have supersi supersitions supersti superstitions
tions connected with them themFamous tlier tlierFamous
Famous diamonds have influenced influencedthe influenccthe
the fortunes of nations and fami famiI fani fanilies
I lies The emerald is said to have havehealim ha haheaImni
healim crocerties It wasa stooe stooeI stoi stoit
I 01 illomen to Cortez since the gilt giltof gi giof
of a magnificent emerald to ii iibride his hisbride
bride so roused the envy of the theSpanish tI tISpanish
Spanish Queen as to withdraw hi hifrom him himrom
from rom her favor Theruby was con considered coi coisidered
sidered an amulet against poison poisonplague poisoplague
plague evil thoughts and spirits spiritsThe spiritThe
The sapphire is the favorite stone stoneof stor storofScripture
of ofScripture Scripture The tables tablesonwhic tablesonwhicthe on which whichthe
the Ten Commandments were en engraved ei eigraved
graved are said to have been made madeonto mac macofit
onto The Thecarbunclewas carbuncle was supposed supposedto suppose supposeto
to have dropped from the clouds cloudsduring clout cloutduring
during flashes of oflightning lightninlr and the thechanges Ui Uichanges
changes in the theopat opal were attributeto attributed attributedto
to sUDernatural agency The tur turquoise tui tuiquolse
quoise is said to grow pale in sic sicness sick sickness
ness and sorrow and the amber is isthe I Ithe
the pertrified tears of the sisters sistersPhacton of ofPhaeton
Phaeton the unlucky sun chario charioteer charicteer
teer Grecian poets say that the therose th throse
rose was originally white but was wasturned wa waturned
turned to red by the blood 01 01Venus C CVenus
Venus who lacerated her feet wit witits vith vithits
its thorns when rushing to the aid aidof al alof
of Adonis The 1rarance fragrance of th throse the therose
rose is said to be derived from fromcup a acup
cup of nectar thrown over it by byCupid b bCupid
Cupid and its thorns to be the thestin Ui Uistings
stings stin s of ofbees bees with which his bow bowwas boi boiwas
was strung The Druids blessed blessedapples blesseapples
apples and distributed them among amongthe amon amonthe
the people as a safeguard against againstevil again againevil
evil It was an ancient belief that thatthe th ththe
the spirits of the farlamed upas upastree upa upatree
tree had committed some great greatI gre gret
crime and in the way of penalty penaltyit penalt penaltit
I it is caused to poison the air for forI Ic Ichundreds
hundreds of yards around it s sthat so sothat
I that the birds shun it and the veg vegI ve veJ
I etation beneath its branches is destroyed de destroycd
stroycd At this day in some somecountriesamulets sam samcountriesamulets
countriesamulets are worn a atain ataindisease ainst ainstdisease
disease and tribulations which whichshows wbfc wbfcshows
shows that while science has ex explained e eplained
plained away almost aU supersti superstitions superstitions
tions an inherent love of the mar marvelous maxvelous
velous and hidden obtains some somecredulity sam samcredulity
credulity lor lorthese these idle idlewhims idlewhimsot whims A ApaaAo
WalQb WalQblaw WalcIlaw
paaAo r ot aosQnt
law affords a somewhat ingenious ingeniousar ingcriiouargument
argument ar ument in favor of the use of wax waxcandles wa wacandles
candles in in churches Bees derive derivetheir deny denytheir
their origin rrom Paradise and be because because
cause of the sin 01 man did they theycome the thecome
come from thence and God con confessed conlessed
fessed on them his blessing and andtherefore am amtherefore
therefore mess cannot be chanted chantedwithout chante chantewithout
without their waxl Pari Paris is tb tbheadquarters the theheadquarters
headquarters 01 the Tbirteeners TbirteenersWhen ThirteenersWhen
When the republic entered upoxthe upon uponthe
the thirteenth year 01 its existence existencean
an circumstances of stress am amdoubt and anddoubt
I doubt such as befit that most un unlucky Unp
p i lucky of numbers Frenchmen remembered re remembered
membered that the thirteenth year yearhas yea yeahas
has been a year of doom to every everygovernment everjgovernment
government which the present cen century cenWry
Wry has witnessed in France FranceThirteen FranceThirteen
Thirteen years after his elevation elevationto elevationto
to autocratic power the first Na Napoleon Napoleon
poleon began his Russian cam campaign campaign
paign Thirteen years after the theRestoration tluRestoration
Restoration the fate ate of the Bourbons Bour Bourbons
bons was sealed by the first reac reactionary reactionarv
tionary coup deat which led to tothe tothe
the formation of the Polignac min ministry ruinistry
istry and brou brought ht on the revolu revolution revolution
tion of July In the t thirteenth thirteenthyear irteenth irteenthyear
year ot the reign of Louis Phillipje Phillipjethe Phillippcthe
the tragic death of his son the theDuke theDuke
Duke or ofOrleans Orleans blasted the hopes hopesof hopesof
of his house In the thirteenthyear thirteenth thirteenthyear
year of the Second Empire the thefatal thefatal
fatal Mexican expedition was undertaken un undertaken
dertaken And while we are not notthe notthe
the in thirteenth year of the theTh theThird
Th Third rd Republic 1he Frenchmen Frenchmenhave Frenchmenhave
have not notice the alarming fact factthe factthe
the Third Republic is the Thir Thirteenth Thirt
t teenth government that has been beenknown beenknown
known in France since the down downfall downfall
fall of the old regime was an announced announced
nounced by the capture 01 the Bastile Bas Bastile
tile Thus runs the succession successionLouIs successionLouis
LouIs XVI the Republic theDirectory the theDirectory
Directory the Consulate the Con Consulate Consulate
sulate for Life the First Em Empire Empirethe pire pirethe
the First Restoration the Hund Hundred HundredDays red redDays
Days the Second Restoration the theMonarchy theMonarchy
Monarchy ot July the Second Re Republic Republic
public the Second Empire and the theThird theThird
Third RepublIc Tradition also alsogoes alsogoes
goes to show that there are many manysuperstitions manysuperstitions
superstitions concerning musical musicalinstruments musicalinstruments
instruments The horn of Roland Rolandis
1 is heroic and sup superb = rb when thepreux the thepreux
preux chevalier in distress in the theravines theravines
ravines of Roncevaux blows in it itwith itii
ii with a furious blast that the blood bloodspurts bloodI
I spurts from his mouth and histemples his histemples
temples split His cry of despair despairpierces despairpierces
pierces the rocks rocksj it is like a deathrattle death deathrattle
rattle cleaving the air at a distance distanceof distanceof3o
of3o of 30 leagues It pierces the ear of ofCharlamagnewho
Charlamagne Charlamagnewho who feels the heros herossoul herossoul
soul passing in in it The horn ot otOberon otI
I Oberon is mocking comic and andfantastic andt
t fantastic as it itis is fitting that the in instrument instrument
strument ot the King of the Elvesshould Elves Elvesshould
should be all who hear it arc arcobliged arcobliged
obliged to dance In Weilands bal ballad ballad
lad the Chevalier Huon surprised surprisedbY
bY b the Calif at the feet of his hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter the beautiful Rezzia i icondemned i icondemned
condemned to the stake together toEetherwith togetherwith
with his ladylove But at the themoment themoment
moment the fagots are li lighted lightedHuon hted htedHuon
Huon puts to his Ups the magic magichorn magic magicborn
horn that Oberon Eave him At Atthe Atthe
the erst blast the whole town is isseized issezed
seized with vertigo agaJ Imauns Imaunsmuftis imaunsmuftis
muftis pachas and dervishes Hh ithI Hhtheir
their fantastic pointed bonnets be begin begin
gin to turn furiously and form animmense an
immense larandole around the
I
j I 11 11pyre
pyre In Norway the gener generFossegnin generous generousFosseErin
FosseErin teaches the violin violinthe in inthe
the night of Holy Thursday Tiursdayany to toany
any person who sacrifices to him him himwhite a awhite
white goat oat and throws it in a cas cascade c ccade
cade flowing northward taking taki takicare i icare
care to turn away his head headgenius The Thegenius
genius then seizes the right hand handof h hof
of his pupil and moves it over overthe o othe
the strings of the violin until the theblood I Iblood
blood comes out from under the thenails I Inails
nails The apprentice is then thenforward thence thenceforward
forward a master and his hischanted en enchanted
chanted violin will make trees treesdance tr trdance
dance and stay rivers in their theircourse th thcourse
course courseTEAIt courseTEAIt
TEAIt is estimated that tea teahabitually is ishabitually
habitually consumed by not less lessthan l lthan
than five hundred million people peopleor peop peopor
or about one onehalf half of the human humanrace hum humrace
race Amongst the Chinese and andthe a athe
the inhabitants of Japan Thu Thuand Thibet Thibetand
and Nepaul it is drunk by byclasses all allclasses
classes three or four times a dz dzIn day dayIn
In Asiatic Russia in a large nor nortion m mtion
tion of Europe in North Ameruand America Americaand
and in Australia it is a 1avorite 1avoritebeverage lavor lavorbeverage
beverage In lbina tea bas be beused been beenused
used as an article of diet from ironivery a avery
very remote period of antiquity antiquityCuriosly antiqujiCuriosly
Curiosly enough they have no norecord i irecord
record or tradition respecting respectingfirst its itsfirst
first introduction The Japanese Japanesehowever Japaneshowever
however tell us that in the year ye
5 519 I 9 a aholy holy man named Darma the theson ti tison
son of an Indian monarch took tookrefuge toc tocrefuge
refuge in China and and public publictaught publicly publiclytaught
taught that the only way to attain attainhappiness atta attahappiness
happiness was to eat nothin nothing but butJ b bectakia
ectakia anj J 6 hi 1titt ln lnThis
This enthusiastic vegetarian and andanti ar aranti
anti morpheusian was however howeveron howevern
on rn a hot summcls day overcome overcomeby overconby
by drowsiness and fairly nodded noddedbefore nioddc nioddcbefore
before his congregation When Whenhe Whc Whce
he e awoke to his breach of his hisown Ii IiDWfl
own precept great was his self re reproach n nroach
proach roach and being determined that thathe th thie
he ie would not transgress a second secondtime secon seconime
time he cut oft hIs eyelids an anhrew and andthrew
threw them on the ground In Indue I Ilue
due time they tock root and grac gracially grad gradually
ually developed into the plant now nowknown no nocnown
known cnown as tea Tea was probably probablyfirst probabirst
first rst Introduced into Europe about aboutthe abot abothe
the he midc Ie of the seventeenth cen century cerury
tury ury for in 1661 Pepys wrote In his hisdiary h hfiary
diary I sent for a cup ot tea teahinese 3 3Chinese
Chinese hinese drink of o which I had hadnever ha haiever
never heard before At first its itsuse ii iise
use se was not very common as in inthe i ihe
the he same century the East India Indiacompany mdi mdiompany
company considered it a rare gi gift giftto
to 0 present the King of England EnglandwIth Englanwith
wIth two pounds two ounces of tea teaThe te teChe
The plant which yields the tea tealeaves Ic Iceaves
leaves eaves is a native of China and andstill an antill
still till grows wild on the hills both bothofthat bot botfthat
ofthat fthat country and Japan The tea teaplants te teilants
plants ilants are raised from rom seed which whichis whic whicS
is S sown in March When a year yearold ye yeild
old ild the young bushes are planteput planted plantedout
out put and when placed in r rows ws three threeor thre threr
or r four feet apart have some rc rcemblance reo reosemblance
semblance to gooseberry bushes bushesThe bushehe
The he season for gathering varies i ilifferent in indifferent
different districts but the principle principleleal principieat
leal eat harvest is in Mayor Miy or Jumhe June JuneThe
The he leaves are plucked by omen omenand omernd
and nd are usually gathered at three three5uc thre threuccessive
5uc uccessive ecsive periods The youngest youngestand vounge voungend
and nd earliest leaves are the most mosttender mo5 mo5ender
tender and delicate and give th thighest the thehighet
highet flavored tea The second secondand secon seconnd
and nd third gatherings are more bit bitter bi bir
ter r and woody and yield less sol soluble so soble
uble ble matter to water The refus refusnd refuse refuseand
and nd decayed leaves and twigs are aresold an anold
sold old under the name of bnic bnica brick bricktea
tea a Famzly PIIYSl 1tyscian 1tyscianLIFETIME a1Z
4 4LIFETum
LIFETIME OF VARIOUS ANIMALCamels ANIMAL ANUfALSCamels
Camels live from forty to fifty fiftyyears fift fiftears
years ears horses average from tweny twenyye twcn y yfive
five ye to thirty oxen about twenty twentyjsheep
sheep beep eight or nine dogs twelve twelveto twelvfourteen
to fourteen Concerning the ages agesattained age agettained
attained by nondomesticated non domesticated aniials ani animals
mals ials only a fe isolated facts are areknown ar arflown
known flown The East Indians believe believethat believiiat
that iat the life period of the elephant elephantis elepflanabout
is about three hundred years in instances inances
stances ances being recorded of these theseanimals thesiriimals
animals having lived one hundred hundredand huadrecad
and ad thirey years in confinement confinementafter confinemeniter
after iter capture at an unknown age ageWhales ageVhales
Whales are estimated to reach tbe tbeage tb tbe
age e of four hundred years Some Somereptiles Someptiles
reptiles ptiles are very long lived an inance in instance
stance ance being furnished by a tar tortoise taruse
toise use which was confined in 1633 1633and 63Z 63Zd
and d existed until 1753 when he heperished hcerished
perished erished by acddent Birds some sometimes somerues
times rues reach a great age the eagle eagleand eagicid
and id the swan have been knolln to tolive tcye
live ye one hundred years Thelon Thelongevity Thelonvity
gevity vity of fishes is often remark remarkable remarkle
able le The carp has been known knownto knownI
to I live two hundred years the thecommon thcmmon
common mmon river trout fifty years ycarsid yearsand
and id the pike ninety Tears while whileGesnera whileesnera
Gesnera esnera Swiss naturalistretes naturalistre naturalistrelates
lates tes that a pike caught in 1497 1497bore 5497rc
bore rc a ring recording the capture capturethe
01 the same fish two hundred and andsixty andcty
sixty cty seven years before Insects Insectsare Insectse
are e very short lived usually com completinJ corneting
pletinJ eting the term of their existence existenceIn
In a few weeks or months Someen Some Someeven
even en perish within a few hours hoursafter hourster
after ter emerging from a grub state stateand stateid
and id die upon the very day of enter entering enterg
ing g on their new life As a generalIc general generalrule
rule Ic not to be applied too closely closelylarger closelyrger
larger rger types ot animals live longeran longer longerthan
than an smaller
100 Roward 100 100The 100rhe
The readers of this paper will be bepleased beeased
pleased eased to learn that there Is at least 1eastone leaste
one e dreaded disease that science has hasbeen hasen
been en ablr to cure in all its stages and ondthat andit
that it is s C otarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is isthe Isonly
the only positive cure now known to the themedlcat thedIca1
medlcat dIca1 fraternity Catarrh belD being a aconstitutional anstitutlonal
constitutional disease requlresconstitu requlresconstitutlonal requIres constitu constitunal
tlonal nal treatment Halts Catarrb Curetaken Cure CureIs
Is taken Internally acting directly upon uponthe uponblood
the blood and mucous surface 01 the thesstem theitem
sstem item thereby destroying the lounda foundan loundatlon
tlon n of the disease and giving the thepatleut thetietit
patleut tietit strength bvbuUding lip the con constitution conutIon
stitution utIon and assisting nature In its itswork Itsrk
work rk The proprietors have so much muchfaith muchLii
faith Lii in Its curative powers that they theyof1er theyCr
of1er Cr One Hundred Dollars lor any case casethat caset
that t It falls to cure Send for list 01 01Testimonials ofstunonials
Testimonials stunonials Address AddressF
F T CIIHNJtY Cunx Co Propt Prop PropToledo
Toleao Toledo 0old O OSold
Sold old by Drug Druggists DruggistsIaIls ists 7Sc 7ScHalls
Halls Family Pills are the best bestIN bestu
IN u 1886 there were 21000 chil children chiln
dren n employed in German factorin factor factories
ies in 1890 he number was 27doo 27dooand 27dooci
and ci this year it would have been beenooo
40000 ooo but for the new law in con consequence coniuence
sequence iuence of ofwhich which the number was wasreduced wa waluced
reduced luced to 4513 in 1897 1897FIGURES 1897iauas
FIGURES iauas have bnen collected in ina inuburb
a suburb of Berlin showin showing thatper that thatH
H per cent of all the children work worktwo
two 0 or three hours at home before beloreschool beforeiool
school iool hours hoursi
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GEORGE RIBGER SecJland TreaJ TreaJCHAS Tm TmCHIIS
CHAS F SCHOENiNG Gm Man ManBRRWERS iJ iJBREWERS
BREWERS AND MALTSTER MALTSTEROffices MALTSTERSOllices
Offices and Brewery 2gth and Parrish ParrishStreets Pan PanStreets
Streets StreetsIILADELHIA StreetsPHILADELPHIA
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LAGER BEER ALE AND PORTER PORTERBRrWERS PORTJ3 PORTJ3BRtWERS
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Crown Willow and Fifth streets streetsHILADELPHIA streetsPHiLADELPHIA
PHiLADELPHIA PA PATHE A ATHE
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PHILADtPHlA HILA DELPHIA PA PARED A ARED
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2205 N Sixth Street StreetHILADELPHIA StreetP141tADCLPHIA
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SCHEMM SON SONBREWERS SONIREWERS
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BREWERS OF STANDARD LAGER LAGERBEER LAGEIBEER
BEER5th BEER BEER25th
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Office 238 s8 RaceStreet RaceStreetPttiLACELPHIA RaceStreelPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PA PAHARLES A ACHARLES
CHARLES HARLES CLASS CLASSBREWER CLASSBREWER
BREWER AND MALTSTER728aS MALTSTER
172838 Mervine Street 172838 172838PHILADELPHIA 17283 17283PHILADaLPKIA
PHILADELPHIA PA PAe PALUTZSON A AD
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