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A SPONGE STOCK FARM FARMThey FARMThey FARMThey
They Arc Trying to Breed Brecdfamo Tame 0 0Now Ones OnesNow OnesNowln 1es es
Now Nowln In Florida FloridaNot FloridaNot Floridal
l Not even tho spongo can escapo tho thoefforts thoefforts theelTorts ho
efforts of the th breeder If the gov govment govern government government ern n ¬
ment succeeds even measurably In its Usefforts itsefforts
efforts there will be a 0 stock farm farmsponges of ofsponges atsponges ° f
sponges on tho Florida coast so soday somo somoday somoday coo mo no
day whero a man can go and andeggs buyold buy buyeggs buyeggs
j
eggs or young sponges as ho would wouldbuy wouldbuy wo wobuy old
buy hens eggs or calves now nowSome nowSomo nowSome
Some tlmo ago Dr H F Mooro be began began 10 ¬
gan experiments at Sugar Loaf Key Keyabout
about 25 miles east of Key West Westat and andat J
at several places lu Blscayno BlscaynoSeveral bay baySeveral baySeveral bay y
Several thousand spongo cuttings cuttingswero cuttl cuttlwore rags ragsr gs
wero planted at these places under undovariety r a avariety
variety of conditions The chief prob problem problem Pr ob ¬
lem confronting the experimenterthis experimenter innos In Inthis Inthis
this field is to find some ready me meof means meansof mcansat nos JS
of attaching the cuttings to a durable durablesupport dur dursupport shin Ie
support capable of resisting theLion tho ac action actlon as c ¬
Lion of salt water and the ravages ravagesthe of ofthe ° t
the teredo and animals having simi similar si silar m1 II ¬
lar destructive habits and which at attho
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the samo time will not haveinjurious have an aninjurious m
injurious offoct upon the grow growsponge growing growingsponge rag rag1e1r I
sponge The cuttings live and their theircut theircut tl tlcut 1e1r I
cut surfaces heal without difficulty dltffcult y
About six weeks after the plants plantswere plantswero pia piawere rats ratsand ts t
were made they were examined examinedunder and andunder andunder d
under favorable conditions itfound it was wasfound wasfound wash IS
found that about 05 5 per cent of the thesheepswool h 10
sheepswool shecpswoollluttings cuttings were alive healed healedand healedand he heand sled d I
and apparently Wealthy In several severalcases scv trot I r rcases
cases where the plants plants were made mad madplaces ° in inplaces Inplaces In
places exposed to very very strongrents strong cur currents currents curern r ¬
rents many of tha pieces were torn tornloose t tloose ern n
loose from their supports while whileera oth others othera ¬
era had been killed by rough action actionof act ton n
of the currents currentsThe currentsThe currentsThe
The cuttings from yollow yellow toll w sport sportsuffered spoages spoagessuffered ges s
suffered a a much greater mortality moms momsthan ilty y
than those mado from the aheepat aheepatsponge sheepswool sheepswoolsponge van 1
sponge span go but whether this bo due duethe to totho 0 a atho
tho moro delicate nature of tho animal animalor and mnl II
or to tho the accidental conditions under underwhich un unwhich dot dotyet Ir e ewhich
which they wero planted is not notdetermined yet yetdetermined It g gdetermlncd
determined determinedSo n nSo
So far as has been discovered discoveredmore theago the themore themOre e
more valuable shcopswool sponge spongoseems spo sposeems ago e
seems to posses greater hardiness hardinessthan hardin ass assthan a tl tlthan
than Its cosener cosenerWatch co cogenerWatch ener
Watch for a town Congress eo ifess Heights HeIg b t
D C tf tfBadger t tBadger f
Badger Dlsl Dislodged edged Family Famll c
A curious incident took place lately la toly
it Balllngarry County Limerick Ire ¬ a
land whoro a badger took possession posses possesof slob
of the house of t a farmer named John J oho
Casey while tho family was absent It w
had ad taken Its
up position under r a
bed where it nad evidently slept com c ° m I
fortably during the night without be ¬ th
ing noticed and tho visitor was not
discovered until the next morning morni rag
C3
when it was found enjoying a quiet quietthe q pint
nap on the kitchen hearth None of
of
the family would approach the ant animal
until a dexterous d os
neighbor neighbor was called cal h
In and succeeded iii lassoing blm and
dragging him out B BA gA °
A Land Speculation Specul SpeculationJohn t1on of ofJohn ofJohn
John Jacob Astor son of Willi William am I a a
H married a Miss Gibbs while Jia I to toother °
other son William married Mlaa 11 11Schermerhorn lea leaold I
Scnermerhorn Scllcrmerh rn a member of an an anand old de deand
and opulent New York family who 1s 1sbrought
brought him a fortune These Thesebrothers two 1
brothers built adjacent adjaccntbouscs houses lousesklfth 1n
Fifth avenue which whlcl they occupieddeath occupied till
death when the buildings buildings were weremolished do
moll raollshed shed and tho lots lotseach each 100 fee foet f ffrontwere net
front frontwere were occupied by the Waldorf Wald WaldAstoria ort sh shAstoria
Astoria The combined property be pH pHfore
fore tho hotel was erected was worth we rth so
1600000 and yet it cost old John J JJacob
Jacob less than200 than 200Rochester 200RocbesterAocrat Rochester Dem Democrat Dcmocrat em ¬
ocrat and Chronicle ChronicleA
A Natural Curiosity
I It Is not to bo wondered at that ti tia at wll wllf
n f pearl necklace collected by a de to tocoased
ceased nobleman sold In London for
110000 The thought of a deceased decea sod
nobleman wandering about collecting copeck rag
Jewels lends a vivacious Interest to
tho most ordinary twnsactldn transactl n and It
completely disposes of the theory thec 1 that ti at
our our period of usefulness ue jl1ESS ceases with w 1U1
death torhaps wo should dispute tho
story had wo not read It t In a Sab Si b
bath newspaper newspaperthat that vast repository reposlt ory to
or If
useful and diverting knowledge
In
Professor Resigns His Chair
Tho resignation rl slgnatlon of Prof Charles Char let In n
W 1I0rswell of the chair of Hobrelt Hobr Hobrnguago en i
language ISbllcal l nguago and literature at the Carroll Oarr ot1 a la
Ubllcal Institute Chicago has been b eon c
accepted It was tendered becausl beta betaof ua the
of his extreme conclusions In big higher bol ioca iocathirteen
criticism He had held the placo fa fat Imp
thirteen years and tho trustees glv g loft
Professor Horswell the highest praise pra praas 1ss to
as a rlpo scholar and dnspt implrlnj Kay
teacher
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Stimulate Country Travel TrnveltGood TmveJGooll
tGood Gooll roads stimulate country travel travelfor travelf t tfor ravelatilt avel aveltclll
for f for r pleasure and recreation by facili facilitating facilitating P Ptating tclll ¬
tating the ease and comfort of ofsame the thesame theBame
same sameColonel BameColonl
Colonel Pope A good road roa Is nlwnys nlwnysto al alto ways wayscom mys
to be desired and Is a source of com comh comIh om
fort and convenience to every trav travLbe rav
stet clerJulian stetJulian
Julian Hawthorne on A National NationalIde Nat anal
Highway in Cosmopolitan They TUe y go gob
to sleep In one place plat and awake awn k e eIvat In Iner
another The educating and cult cultlvnt cultlvatne ivat
fog Influence In uence of travel are mainly mainlyIDB mi slaty Inly
missed The train pauses pausesva for or a amoment aIn
moment at a station and we look 100 100and k out outand
and see s a line of figures staring Idly Idlyera
tip at us from a platform and then thcnera
th they ey vanish anti we forget ° rset them We
have hav e seen them but they nre as much muc IUch I I I1Jo
strangers to us a ad they were before beforeHow be tore are
How flo w do they live What are their theirter
occupations occ upations theft their thoughts their hch
ideals jjcaiSi their griefs and pleasures Has
our fleeting glance glnncedn > Jn In any respect deep deepened eep p
ened or broadened our comprehension comprchenslonot comprehe compreheof uslon uslonugth slon
of the American people or strength strengthened stre ugth gtll
cned the bonds of sympathy between 1x bet > twe een n none
one part of the country and another HnotherAnd ono they Jer
And yet such comprehension and sym ym
pathy are urgently desirable and nu nuPedtent J ex exIledlent exinto
pedlent If this Union Is to grow Into
a homogeneous and vital organism orgnl ilsm Ism
Interstate commerce freight trains trainsand t Ilns
and drummers are well enough In their belr
way wa but they alone will not sufllcc su safll lce c ° to
make the American people p ople n unit Thelocal The Thepress
press with all Its thousands of local localcorrcspondents cal
correspondents will not do It No 0 0what
what Is needed Is a sort at quiet quietmercial un
commercial com mercial social circulation of o f the theInhabitants
inhabitants I inh abitants of the laud among one ou e an
others 4 homes and birthplacesWe birthplaces > s
We should travel not for financial Ilan nclnl clnl
gain J not to traffic with our neighbor uelg hbor Jor
thus 1 coming in contact with him UI UIhardest m on onbls
his hardest and least congenial side sideJS Ide
not to take snap shots at him either eitherIe e lther her
philosophically J or figuratively but b it itltnoty to toc
know him to be friends with him 111 m to toebat
chat with him to tell him and ask him himII 11111
homely I bom IY domestic kindly things How Howat ow
are I the we to bring about this agreeable agreeablecondition agreeablem ogre sable ble
condition con dition It Is In n word having havingI hr n vfug Ing
marked 1 out what over route wool would d be beI
most 1 agreeable and expedient to ton build builda Illd
a a magnificent boulevard clear across acrossthe acrossts a c oss
the e continent continentEnRngcd continentd
EnRngcd la a Gront Ore t Work WorkThe
The movement In this country In ii n the th thd
Interest inte rest of good roads has made nsome some someprogress somoI mo
progress within a few years but it 1 t has as
been bee n largely sentimental It cannot cannotfairly cannotr c n nuot
fairly be called more than n start The TheFederal hot e
Federal E Government and the States Stateshave Stateshave S tot tes es
have not yet token a lively Interest Intelx > st In Inthe 1 1n
the subject although a few States Stateshave S totes tes
have h hav e got ns far as giving the cause cat se n nlittle as
little II financial finan financial lal aid It Is pats not u9 to t o be benking
doubted II that highway reform is Is taking t Ing
hold II of the public and it may wason r asotl n
ably be predicted that the time will willcome willII rill
come CI when the bad road will be b beption e the theIr he
exception exc eption Unless however there thet e Is I a agreater aIt ase
greater awakening of interest interestnow thoseIs those thosenow thosenow se
now living will not see that day da dae dalme
Some So me one who has studied the subject subjectof subjecte au bjecl
of 01 good roads In relation to transports transportaa trnnsp aria
tlon hns done a little figuring with w lilt n nview aview
vioj view vi of affording an Idea of the theof value alue
of oj Improved highways highwaysthe the valuo valu ° Indollals In Indollars
dollars dl and cents The prlc price e of
wheat v vc he h says Is increased for fa facalitfes r lo localities 10calltles ¬
calities having properly Improved Improvedtransportation hnprocdtransportutlon lptpr need
transportation tr tran sportation facilities If It costs co Sts a
farmer to 1 to haul 100 bushels of wheat wheata w beat beata
mile m ile over a dirt road and and by mncad tar cad a aamlzlng
amlzlng at the road this cost can be b D re
duced dl to 20 cents a mile the price prI ce of ofwbeat
wheat Is raised accordingly One ceroue mile milesaves milesavcs
saves sa 80 cents Ten miles saves 8 for forI
10 100 00 bushels or eight cents a bushel bus busthe het
the Increase in price of each bus busnot bushel bushelnot bushelnot het
not nc considering the larger load that thatcan tbntC3n
can be carried on macadam macl1 11 a 111 roads roadsConsidering ro iris
Considering Cc Con sidering the reduction in the cost
transporting t all products of the fa farm farmos rm rmhnUla 0 0os
YJ well as those which the farmer hauls
home a It Is entirely safe to say that thatsoot
good soot ° roads are a splendid spl ndld Investment In lnsestme vestment at 1
Those who are preaching the gospel g aspcl te
Improved I highways atc engage engaged d In
S great J work and their efforts deserve des errs 0
gl glI
l be bens ns successful us they could wish t I Q
Not Nothing Nc hing but a proper 11I11 and genuine on
derstondlng don of the value aluc of good gool11onos roads i
i necessary to Insure the trlumpn 11 of
the movement and there ought there ti lore ts
fore fOl to bo b ° no cessation of the cam
Pal palgn of education tho beueflcJnrlos beucficlr ivies L Lwhereof as g
wlic whereof wll to
should wherever
possible v be
Intli Induced Inl1 to pay pa for an ho
object lesson lessonstretch he s ° c
stre stretch of Improved road Its a great greatpity rallt
pity that so good
a thing should come comeso c ° mC
s slowlyBlngbarnton i N Y Leader Lc der j
an anlIrlrll
llrlng Wealth f t I and Iroipcrlty tll tllflalf
tl tlgooi Half E ESoc a million dollars t tsoOd
were spec specgood spent sl > ent t on
Soc good roads In the State of N Now w Jersey Jerse Je racy
last and ly lywill I Iwill
year nearly double that at sum oll
will bo expended this ycnr according actor hug
I Henry H enry J Budd the State Commis Commissioner Commlssloner Com IDia ¬
slon stoner of Public Roads Last year yearmore yearmore
mal more e than one hundred miles of su suiho new °
lilgl highways were constructed on the themost
mOl most improved principles and this year to toIt toIt
Is 11 s expected to build nearly two bun mu tt jh jhdred
dred miles more u uSo uSo
Si So great Is the number of new roads r e 1js ndsties CO COapplle
nppl applied app for In the different counties coup ties a He 1Iethat Hethat
that thu State Is finding itself unable uu able Jle WU WUto >
G supply I the necessary fundsSanto funds The Iie lit IltState ratIdor
stnt stntJn State StalIn Government has hasb been u the lei leithe lender Idor lcr
t the 1 good roads movement lu this thiscountry jg sld sldcountry
cour country and the Increase of 21000 27000000 000 iOO one oncIn oneIn
tl tho tl th e value of taxable property wlthlu wit hlu lu
NOT New Jerseys Jcr ys borders is s attributed J 1n fo11a
largo part to this tendency
Commissioner C4 Co mmissioner Budd Is authority for or
statement that there are several so v oral nl
localities local ities 1n New ew Jersey where the lie 1 at atImprovelDCnt
Improvement in In the roads has been b Ben CQ
Instrumental Insh umental in attracting from one on e to knafour
four millions of wealth In the lost ost few ew
soars car care lie also asserts that In no
other State In the Union can road 1m 1mprovement 1mprovement
provement add so largely to the popula population populatlon populatlon ¬
tlon because the largest part of ofew ofewJcrseys NewJerseys New NewJerseys
Jerseys territory Is within a short dis distance dlstanco distance ¬
tance of the greatest cities In theUnion the thoUnion theUnIon
Union and It is frequently said by bywealthy byWClllthy bywealthy
wealthy men having summer homes homesin h homesin mes mesIn
in the State that if their neighborhoods neighbor neighborhoods neighborhoods ¬
hoods had roads such as could bo bopleasantly bepleasantly hopleasantly
pleasantly traveled In winter the city citywould citywould cityuld
would wo uld have little attraction for their theirTHE thlluavel
THE LARGEST WATCH WATCHBuilt
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piece peeo p iece at Coit of otThoul Thousands llIls or Dollars DollarsThere DoUonom
I There has just been finished at the theAmerican therav they
A American Waltham watch factory factor factormmoth y a amammoth amommoth
a mammoth ma mmoth watch the largest In the theworld h
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w world To build this gigantic time timepiece it me n ° ¬ i igo
P piece cost several thousand dollars dollarsand dot dotHad lars 1 1In
ni and several sevel 11 weeks time Special ma machinery maivat a ¬
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Its construction The watch is a model modelof modelor m sect del
of of ° the new model slxteenslze slzteen size maxlmus maxlmusthreequarter mnxltnusout rcnxh rcnxhout lUS
threequarter three h qunrter plate watch enlarged nicn ten tentimes lenIdly
times perfect In every detail and ram ramhly 1 I as ashighly asIhcn
hi highly hig hly finished 1Inlshedas as the finest watch watchThe watcbWe
The diameter of of the pillar plate pint pintenteen ° Is Isseventeen IsIUch
so seventeen sev enteen Inches and the movement movementIs moves teat
Is two and onehalf one Unlt Inches thick thickbalance The Thebalance Tbeheir
ha balance wheel Is six and onehalf onehalfInches onchalthch oueli ouelihes lit
In Inches inc hes lu diameter and the Ur Urspring brequct brequctspring brcquetHas egttet luet
sp spring which controls Us action actioneight Is Iseight Iseep
oil eight feet long 08 of a centlnl centimetre centimetrethick centhnctreslon etre tre
th thick thi ck and 25 2 i of a centimetre n wide wideWhen willegtll t cle le
AV When running the balance mokes malt maltration es a avibration aeen
vl vibration vib ration In 7 of a second The pallet palletstones palletJer pr llet
st stones Sto nes are of sapphire and exquisitely exquisitelypolished exquisitelyym exqulsl ely
pc polished pollsh d The actuating or main mainspring mainex ro roring sin
spring sp ring 1s twentythree feet long 17Into 17 17of
of a centimetre thick and 20 centi centimetres centlIsm cc uth uti ¬
m metres me < tres wide wideThe wIdeIlns whilehe
The T he mammoth model model1s Is as completely completelbelr compl vtely el
je jewoled as a watch of the finest grade gradeThe gmlleto gr gre ode lie
Tl The e plate Jewels which arc as largo largons IlIrgeThe Ii rse
as the smallest small cst movement made or orabout orcal
al about the size of a nickel fivecent fivecentpiece fire firepiece cent ent
pli piece arc fine rubles about ten lines linesin linesun 1 l1es
in diameter but bushed with sapphires sapphiresThe snpphllesthe snpph snpphthe Tres es
Tl The polish of the wheels pinions and andother amIan
ot other oth r steel work is perfect and anddmuaskcenlug the thedamaskeening thednlUaslcenln
dr damaskeening dnlUaslcenln on the plates is most mostbeautiful mostclnl ost
be beautiful autiful The pendant and winding windingcrown wlndln wlndlnJor wim ding In
cr crown are of fine bronze brilliantly brilliantlypolished bll1llantl bll1llantlon brlllla oily tl
pc polished Every portion Is made mad e on onthe onIde
th the exact scale of the watch It re repre represents pre re ¬
go sents No dlnl has been made for this thismovement thisto thisto his
ni movement as It Is designed to show shownot al how ow
nc not t only onl the action of the train bu but t the thestemwinding
st stemwinding steD1wlndln stem wiuding and stemsetting mech mechanism mcchow m ech ch ¬
nj anism an Ism as well wellThe wellble
The T he movement stands on a brouza brouzapedestal br ouzo IZO
pc pedestal and from Its base to the tip tipof tll
of the winding crown Is twentysix twentysixInches twcntyslxIlld twent y six
jn Inches Incheslloston Boston Evening Transcript TranscriptWORDS Transcriptoss Trnnscr TrnnscrWORDS yp1 p1
WORDS OF WISDOMEvery WISDOM WISDOMEvery WISDOMEIery
Every youth will become a yeoman yeomanIn ycomallth yea tu all
In some cause causemo
The true servant is discovered dlscovcrel1ln In his hisas
ni masters I absence absencehot
The lb bitterest rod rodmny mny drive to toes the thesweetest he
sweetest I comfort comfortToo
Too many ma1J persons arc looking fo for r nil nntes
Ia Impersonal Impersonallellglon Impersonallellglona religion rellglouonscience
Conscience C is a good watch but b ut it Itbc
w will 1 wi 111 ll not wind Itself ItselfIng
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It Is bettor to miss being rich than thann
to make others poor poorThe poorrill poorThe
The world is is profited nothing by Iho Ihopleasureseeking bu
pl pleasureseeking pleasurcsc Moasnro seeking > lclng life lifeWhat lifeI
What Whatto hat we gain In sentiment we are aroapt areapt ro
np apt to to lose lu sense senseSOUle
Some men ale bom with a reverse rcersegelll ter erne se
SG gear and nothing else I e elhe
The T he sorrow of death is not lu their theirgoing theirgoln t heir Ir
go going g goln but out staying stayingIt
It is sometimes convenient to mistake mistakepljudlct mist nko ce
prejudice 11 pre r judice for conscience consclcnceNo
TCo o man can both measure his work workand n ark k
nn and d do It at the sumo time timeWe
T We arc commanded to rejoice Jn one oneanother oneanotlier Ie
another an ns well as ourselves oursehesot
1 Not N ot the things we enduro but those thosewe thosewe ti use ie
we miss make lifes tragedy tragedyWhen tlagedyWhen
When W hen laws and legislators arc re respectable
spcctable SK they will bo respected Jesp cted ctedIt
It is not our aU fault If temptations rail rallon all 11
ou us but it Is If we entertain them thelllulsehood thel H i
Falsehood F turns Its back on truth trllthand t the it h
and I V he who looks through the one muy 11I111otteu r soy iUy y
often see the other othelHnms Hams IIToru l11olntilr
Air Walter Ecntts lieotl Son SonTho SOliTbo
i Tho T he sou of Sir Walter Scott wn wnheavy was e i atar n nhellvy tl tlheavy
i1 heavy dragoon and was onco qtinr quartered qt tar ar a atered
tered er In Dublin Great attention was wasof t vasperts as
of course paid to him him At a dinner dinnergiven din perts
gjv given en In his honor at St Steph Stephens StephensGreen StepheilsI e f s
Green GI Gre en Doherty Dohert Bushc nud others tried triedhard triedbald h I Cj
ia hard to bring him out but nil In u 11 11min
min val 11 He continued eating nls din dinner P1 P1nnd m mnnd
nnd nu wiping his mustnche says Lou L our m
don do Outlook At last toward the end endas e id j
th
though he knew he was expected expectedto expect oxpec oxpecto tee ell VI
dp do something sOl11ethln for the credit of tho thohonored tbohonoled
honored name ho bore ho abruptly abrn p t y I tji
broke 1m out apropos of nothing My Mytwa ry y do
bra tw aunts hud n parrot one day o a
n
sudden SUI jj the parrot flapped Its wings N1 rigs 2s vj I
and cad oot Lord a mercyl meley and then ti loll lollthe ° J > ci
the parrot J1all ot Just dnipplt doon dcld I He Hestopped Hefltopped
fto stopped abruptly hnd went on eating eatingMost eatingIost eatl rig
Most lost curious said Doherty High IIlghI III IIInteresting gU
interesting i gold another but the UI UIoun
Jot young 01 oun man said no more I KI KIall
all allJrRUfRX
Hullfux > Hni rte n Qultleleii Guldele Home iloreewo n nTwo
Two T wo years ago a g guldcless ideless wonder Nand er It Ithorso
horso hOl attracted a very cry large number unw bor to toto toto
the speedway at the exhibition oxblblt Ion Ionthe I It Ithacl
trai track PUB nnlmnl was started at atges the cia ciajudges
Judges jud ges stand and wept a mile alone alollecovcrlng ulo uloering 0e
cov covering ering tho distance in n good time timeHe tltUeHe t4 u
was without rider or driver n nn nud nndwhcn ° d
whl whcn vuvu n the iuu uuuuui animal yuoaeu passed under UUUBI the luu wlro w wuu Wt V lrj rj rjnt
tIle 1 t ime end of the mile It t received tho tb
llav plaudits of o many hundreds who con c er
slle steered the performance u l wonderful wonder ill I i SJ I
< Minnie Warren owned by Aldor AltIerman Ald
man Adams will soon equal the per p er erThe 1 1f01mance
forn formance of the hers horse referred to toother Tho thoother
othe other evening she went tho mile nlono ale alethat no I thetbat
tll that Is so far as rider or driver wns t greconcerned
couc concerned The mare bad a running taunt rag
uia1 mate ate The performance was an extra extragood ex t
good gool one and It t Is s likely lIIclythnt that the well tie Veil nl
kno1 known mare will be seen on the track lrackl1urlng Era ek 1
durl during the provincial exhibition ex exIIbition lIjltlon going got gotnst ° g amailliust
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At a piny recently given at one of
the local theaters two of the play playpeople playa
people appeared on tho stago with withtwo withf
two dogs the merits of which they theyearnestly
earnestly discussed discussedMy
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smart looking bull pup Is s an Al Aldog Aldog
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mongrel commonly known as a purp
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with with his wife sat behind tho pcoplo pcoplowho
who tell the story and neither did his hiswife
wife see tho point pointVat p01nta
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Electricity Electricity Causes Lockjaw LockjawAs
As the result of an electric shock shockMiss
Miss Mi ss Emma Pennington of Cumber Cumberland Cumberes ¬
land Md M has lockjaw and her body bodyIs bodye
Is e in several places marked with withspots
spots She was at first almost com completely comost ¬
pletely paralyzed but is slowly re regaining reo ¬
gaining the use of her muscles musclesMiss mUl3clestl
Miss Pennlngton visited her friend friendMrs friendon
Mrs Hambright and going in at the theback there
back door found the breakfast dishes dishesand dishesand
and resolved to wash them to surprise surpriseher surpriseher
her friend When she turned on the thewater
water spigot she was knocked down downby
by an electric charge A power wire wlroused wireused vlroused
used to run Hambrlghls printing printingpress
press had fallen afoul of the water waterpipe tentertip
pipe pipeHow
How Two T TWo o Minks Caught a Big Bass BassWhile BassWhile BassWhile
While standing on the iron bridgethat bridge bridgethat brldf1that
that spans Salmon River below Lces LeesVllle Lcesvllle Lcesobis
Vllle dam Charles P Murkett wit withessed witall
hessed a II novel sight Sunday Sundl1 after otternoon afterboon afterhoon
boon n Two large minks suddenly suddenlydived suddenlydived
d dived down and soon regained the thesurface thesurfaco thesatiate
si surface with a goodsized gOOlI slzod lzed bass they theyhad theyhe
had caught One had It by the head headthe hcaathe headthe
the other by the tall and together togetherthey togctholth togetherthey
they th y hauled it ashore where they en
ibyed f ft yed a full meal It is a wellknown wellknownfact wellknownfact well known knownrest
fact t that mink are deadly enemies of oftrout otIt
trout p i out but it is seldom they are arepaught aroISht areTaught
pi paught Taught ISht in the act of fishing flshl g1 Hart Hartford rL rLnford ¬
nford Cc ford ford Courant CourantMatara CourantMaa
Matara Maa la and Cancer Antagonistic AntagonisticExperiments AntaOonlsttcExperiments
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Loefller seem to show that the germ germrof germro get getof mr ir
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to together and that we may m y bo able t tcure te
cu cure tho latter disease by Inoculating fnoculatf fnoculatfthe no noDr ig
th the patient with tho former Dr DrKoch DrIr > r
Koch Ko ch believes he has shown thatoilarlnatlon that bi biexamination b bexa > i
ci examination exa lnation of the blood of a nialari nialarious malarl malarlous main ri l
ous person the proper time may may mayselected bi biselected b 51
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tn tho use of quinine so that physlclamy physician physicianm nr ji
m my < y yet be in a position to euro can cancer cancer ca cater nrn n
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Bi great trouble to get a flat in Paris ParisRecently ParisRecently Pnr 1s
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Atalesho M Maleshobes > bea but the outgoing tenant tens nr c
hi having discovered who was his s sue uc c
CB censor refused to allow him to eat eator enter enteror er jr Ir
or orto to give the necessary instructions inutructfo inutructfoto lutructlonsto na a s
to the upholsterers and decorators decoratorsTho decoratore s I
Tho Th e Paris courts have now ardererl orderelthe order ordere od d I
the th e tenant to admit M Dreyfus onoa onrGa on 13 G
week for two hours until the e eation ex explratlon x t
pi plratlon plratlon pir ation of the lease Ie1180AncIent
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The T he supreme court of Vienna has hasl1eclded ha a I
ac decided that tho imperial government governmentmust goernmcntmust governme governmemust rat t
must pay a debt of 5 florins and lOVi 10ykreutzers 10 1
kreutzers j and Interest owing to the thelittle th 3
little town of Frastanz Tyrol since sine ° 3 I vi
the year 1396 At that time tho th ° 3 h
Vienna court borrowed this amount nmou nmoum rat alJ 1
from fro m the town pledging Its tae ta offlco ofltc ° ar
there the re liS sectJrlty The pledge burned d 1 EI
down clow n and the government refused to t ° 1 WI
pa pay In 1801 the town brought snit > rle
which dragged along until a 0 final do dc dcelates dll dllcllon
cls elates lon bas
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author aut hor of Tho Star Spangled Ban Banner Danner Ba n
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was shipped through the blockade blacha da pda slcto
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was returned to Charleston a few fewJaVs fewci1s to w v
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William M Evarts once met met Thorn stelrj
B Reed in tho Capitol at Wash Washngton Washngton
ngton and said to him Mr Speak Speaker meI
I half suspect that you you y u bellow bellev belloweliberate e ho hoi hodellberato
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the ° worlds thinkers know to bo b °
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Rescued from Live Wire by byHle HIs Dog Dogir
To the dog that has been his com cornsi compmlon coms
pinion for tivo years 16yearold SG year old Hugh Hughorehouse
Morehouse M son of a merchant at
Memphis M emphis Tenn owes his life The Ther Thechll
child chll got tangled up with a live livei JlvooJlcctrlc
electric wire and fell screaming screamingwhile
while several passersby paesere by were
knocked down while trying to extrl extrlcate
cate the lad The dog tugged away
at the boys clothes until the current
from the wire shot through the dogs
body and the animal dropped dead
Before the pet died however It t had hadsucceeded hadsucceeded hadsucceeded
succeeded In dragging tho youngsteraway youngster youngsteraway youngsteraway
away from the thecontaet thecontaetFroion contact contactFrozen
Froion Soap Bubbles
Many interesting
experiments can ca
bo made with soap bubbles blown
tn from a mixture of castllo
soap anJ an
gli glue It Is not generally known how
ev ever that bubbles can bo frozen
th though tho < ugh 1t is very easily done Blow a
bu bubble of moderate size and carry U
to the door or put It out of an open
wli window on a winter day The bubble I
wil will l freeze Instantly
retaining Its
slu shape but forming most beautiful
crj crystals Jf you try this little expert experl ¬
ment on a clear day do where there is
Htt little wind you will bo delighted with
the result resultFrench
French Soldier and WriterHlniro Writer WriteIII1alre
i Hllalro Belloc whose peculiarly pebullgrlyvivid
vivid method of presenting historymade history h1storyhas
has mado his Robespierre so talked talkedabout talkedabout
about this spring was once a a French Frenchartilleryman FrcncharUllermnn Frenchartilleryman
artilleryman Ho belonged to the theEighth
Eighth Eig hth regiment and his post of duty dutywas dutywas
wa was tho drivers seat of a gun car carrlage carrlase carrange
ra range where ho is said to have ban bandied bandIed handied
died jje the reins with conspicuous abll abllity abllIty abillty
ity What this means in point of ofnervo atnervo ofnerve
nervo and skill will bo apparent to toeveryone toeveryone
everyone who has scon rapid artillery artillerymaneuvers nttlllerytuaneuvcrs artillerymaneuvers
maneuvers maneuversMUSIC tuaneuvcrsMUOIO maneuversmusts
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Tho T he guest came down to breakfast breakfastsleepy brealtfastsleepy
Blc sleepy and wildeyed wlld oycd but tho hotel hotelpropr1etor hotelprietor
proprietor pro ° prietor cheerfully cheerfull queried queriedDid
Did you enjoy the flutoplnylng inthe in inthe Inthe
the room next to you last night nightEnjoy nightEnjoy nightEnjoy
Enjoy it I spent halt the night nightpounding nightpounding nightpounding
pounding on tho wall for the idiot to tostop tostop tostop
sto stop
Goodness 1 Why Herr Wider told toldmo toldmo toldthat
mo that ho played over all the tunes tunesho tunesho
know four times because the per person person
son in the next room encored everynel every everyOur every1nel
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