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Now, if this hap lessindividnal willsimply procure anduee at once Hostetter's Stomach Bitters he'll Be all right shortly. Constipation, bilious ness, malaria, indigestion, rheumatism, neuralgia and disorder of the kidneys and bladder all yield to this peerless family remedy and preventive. Use it prompt ly, with persistence and regularity. A, wineglassful thrice daily. "We had an epidemic of dysentery : t'ais vioinity last' summer," says Samuel 8. Pollock, of Brioeland, Cal. "I was taken with it and suffered severely until some one oalled my attention to Chamb erlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I procured a bottle aud felt hotter after the first dose, lietore one- half of the bottle had been used I was well. I recommended it to my friends and their experience was the same. We all unite in saving it is tho best." For sale by A. C. Ireland, jr. NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS. Day's golden kisses cannot win from thee, Oh, fair, enchanted flower, so still, so white, The secret sweet, the scented mystery Within thy clasped petals folded tight. Passionless, calm until the waning light Calls forth the stars and soft winds from the soa. Opening thy lips, yielding thy honey breath But to kiss or tny true lover, nigni, And falling straightway into fragrant death. Like woman's heart that sleeps a charmed sleep. Though love's soft spells around it thickly fall, Until a voice thrills through the silence deep, And answ'ring, as to some magician's call, It gives the wealth it would no longer keep: "Art come, my own beloved? Take all! Take all!" And having at the last Been lovo go by Shuts on itsi. .'. echoing Thekla's cry: "Oh, I have lived and loved! Now let me die." Eliza C. Hall In Kate Field's Washington) A BIG RANSOM. Do you think, young man, that you can give my daughter all she asks for? ques tioned papa, grimly. I aw think so, sir, murmured the lover, bashfully. She says she won't want very much. Upon Fenelon telling Hichelieu that he had seen the portrait of His Eminence at J the palace, the Cardinal sneenngly asuec: Did you ask it for BBubBoription for some poor friend of yours? No; the picture was too much like you. '1 lie It o ii It of Trial. Cannelton,Ind. "I have used Simmons Liver Regulator, manufactured by J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, and found that for indigestion and liver complaint it is the beBt medicine I ever used." E. E. Clark. Your druggist sells it in powder or liquid; the powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. Lawyer Have you any grounds for divorce? ' The New Woman Grounds? Well, I should say yes. Just oome around to breakfast some morning and Bee my hus band make the coffee. Wives of old men all remind us, we should choose our wives with cares or departing leave behind us half ourgrowth of natural hair. A jury should be firm but not fixed. A Pioneer's Jleeoinmendation, Mr. J. W. Nenable, of Downey, a pioneer .of Los Angeles county, Cal., Bays: "When ever I am troubled with a pain in the stomach or with diarrhoea I use Chamb- erlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it for years, know it to be a reliable remedy, and recom mend it to every one." For sale by A C. Ireland, jr. my He Don't go yet. She I must. It is past 10 o'olock. You needn't be in a hurry. , U, I must go. I have no key, and father will be very angry. I suppose your father is a cruel despot No; he is only janitor of the flat. ' t hate these bicvcles built for two, said Miss Jemmison. It enoournges people to talk behind your back. RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA LAME BACK, DEBILITY, Etc. WHY BE SICK . When a trifle will buy the greatest healing Invention of the day? fir.Ssnilen's Electric ItHt U a complete boily battery lor aelft imaranieea, or manes It will cure without medicine treatment, ami alnnrfwl. Tfe U Kheumatlam, Lnmbaao, Sclatlea. Ime Mack, Kidney and ftver Complaint, Nervous Debility. Weakness, Losses, Ilralns ami all effects ot early inulsere tlon or excess. To weak men It Is the arentest possible boon, as the mil nnnlhlns; electric current Is , applied iiMjtt in f Iim MrvA centers and iniDrove- ments are felt from the first hour nseif. A pocket edition of the celebrated electro medical work, "Three Classes of Men;1 illustrated, is sent free, sealed, by mall upon appJicBtion. Every yonnff, middle-aged or old mnn suffering the slightest weakness nhrnild read it. It will show an easy, sure and speedy way to regain strength and healtn wnen everyiuino; eiae nas wk The 8 AN DEN ELECTRIC CO. No. 986 Sixteenth Nt Denver, vol. Also New Tor k, Chicago A London, Eng. Urgest Electro-Medical Concern in the World! To judge by his haggard looks and the monotonous way In which he was pacing up nnd down tho room tho Hon. Robert Spencelcy was evidontly under tho influ ence of a serious mental depression when his particular chum, Tom Langton, favor ed him with a morning call. "Hello! What's up, Bob? By Jove, you are looking seedy!" Tho Hon. Robert stopped in his pur- posoloss walk, languidly extended his arm, lightly touched the tips of his frlond's fin trers and heaved a deep and bitter sigh. "Are you ill, chappie, or has the peer less, natricinn Penelono" "Sit down, Tom. The fact Is, I've boon a fool." -"And how did you disoovor it?" "Well, as you know, I'vo boon mlxod up a bit with Lord Temptown aun ms sot, Jolly follows, but inclined to go the pace a bit too fast. Hang mo If I can sny -jno- to anvthintt that thoy proposo, and tho up shot of it all is that in two nights I have lost about 8,000 playing cards at the Jun ior Aboriglnos at least that's the amount they hold my I O U's for." "What oonfoundedly bad luck you must have had I" "I posted down to the family nest yes terday, laid the wholo affair before tho governor nnd vowed that I would never touch a card again if ho would help me out of this scrape. 'And has he refused? 'Point blank. Ho reminded me that on several occasions he had paid off my legitimate dobts small in comparison to this one but ho considered playing cards for hiKh stakes so outrageously foolish that he could not and would not help me. I told him they wero dobts of honor, but he said it was a most dishonorable way oithor of making or getting rid of money In conclusion ho told mo that as It was most desirablothat I should brook off from this connection he proposed to reduce my allowance to 500 for ono year, during which timo I am to travel and soe as much of the world as I can on a paltry 10 a wook." ' ' And what did you say?' ' "What could I say? I havo no choice In the matter. I have made up my mind that I will not go to the monoy lenders, and so I must got thoso follows to wait until I can redeem my paper." "Look here, old chap. I II come with you for a time, and we'll go In for a walk log tour." Tom, you are a oricK. Lot us stare tins week." Three months had elapsed since Robert Spencoley's departure, during which period frequent communications, eacn Bearing expressions of rogrot for tho post and promises for the future, kept Lord Moth- wiok fully acquaintoii witn nis son s ao inars. Tho absent one seemed to bo thor oughly onjoying himself, judging from his eranhlo descriptions or tho scenery anu Incidents of tho walking tour. Then the letters ceased altogether. Several tlmos lately tho doubt had aris en In Lord Mothwlck's mind as to whether he had not been too sevore, romomberlng that his son had hitherto borne an irro- nroachablo character, evincing a deep dis like to all the worse rorms oi dissipation, and thore was no doubt that this unfortu nate affair at tho Junior Aborigines was not the result of Inherent or newly ac quired viciousncss, but rather brought about by a folso position in which, sur rounded by companions of wonlth and re pute, he had beon led away by tho excite ment and his Inability to say "fto." Now that no news come from him his father's resolution rapidly gave way under the disquieting influence of foreboding and the continuous entreaties of his moth or, until at last his rocoll was decided upon go soon as tho next intimation oi nis aa dress should arrive. The next lottor did disclose his whereabouts, nnd this was tho thunderbolt: Most Illustrious Sionor The son of your excellency is doine us the honor to condescend our humble hospitality to partake end hna to as your address given so that wo may impnrt his well beniR. He now his departure desires, but we would that your illustrious excellency tons sending the sum of pounds 4,000 Eng- lische. that we may do solaced lor his loss. fThen followed an address to which a com munication was to be sent, and the missive concluded : Any Information to the gendarmes will be on the son oi your excellency. Giuseppe. Giuseppe! The most noted and blood thirsty brigand of modern tlmos, about whoso crudities and tortures so many har rowing tales were told by travelors, and on whose head a heavy price had been set long ago. Lady Methwlck pitoonsly bosought her husband to soud the money at once. "Thoy will kill my darling boy, and you you will have sont mm to his uoath !" Her daughters, tho Hon. Agatha, un dine and Clovls, added thoir agonized en treaties. Indeed, so oarried away were they by thoir feelings that they actually offered to go without, now hats and dressos for tho next 13 months, In order to con tribute to tho ransom money. But his lordship did not believe in giving way at once. Doubtless a lessor sum would be ac cepted, and while negotiations were In prom-ess and there was a chance of the ran som being ultimately paid he did not think his son would bo in any danger, so he gent an offor of 9,000. The reply to this was a curt refusal, and a postscript added in Robert Spenoeley's handwriting was: "Father, send soon. Feel aura they will not take less." But still Lord Methwlck would not gtvo In without another effort to reduce the amount, and he Increased hit offer to 9.600. The day came when Giuseppe's reply was due, but it did not arrive, and pent nn anxiety caused his lorasnip two sleep less nights and two miserable, irritable days. On the third morning among tho contents of the postbag was a small parcel, the handwriting ot tho address of which was immediately recognized. With trem bling Augers Lord Methwlck tore open the Dookasos. and there lay disclosed the boU fcrignii 'a caraboaro box com pacivca in saw dust ana ise words were scrawled: Vn Inn thnn 4.000. . . . of his excellency is sent free so that he may hear your decide which was final. In after vears that day always rcmalnod impressed with startling vividness on hij lordship's memory. What with his wifo's continual faintingfits, his three daughters in oonseoutive hysterics, their conscious intervals being employed in upbraiding him in such severe terms that one would have thought that the poor man had him self cut his son's ear off; his own mental anguish as he remembered that the future head of his house wouia never oe aoie io hear both sides, tho horrid possibility of getting the wanderer back for nothing, a piece at a time, and the fear that at that moment further tortures might be in oourso of infliotion he often marveled not only that he survived it, but that reason did not altogether forsake her tottering throne. And the climax wag reached wlion, in the softening shades of twilight, Lady Methwlck and her three daughters, drossed In black, went in solemn procession to a distant part of the grounds, where, beside a rippling stream and beneath a spreading tree, the gardener had already dug a grave. There, with fresh Bursts ot tears and passionate gobs, the box of sawdust with its precious freight was solemnly buried, and a cairn built over and about Its resting place. . The outgoing evening mall carried two letters, one to the brigands agreeing to their tonus, the other to a friend of tho family, who happened to bo a consul In the near neighborhood, lnolosing a draft for 4,000 and begging him to put himself in instant communication with iTiuseppo and obtain the captive's release Tho consul did us ho was desired, and In compliance with elaborate Instructions from tho robber band, who wero evidently taking evory precaution against bolng trapped, proceeded alone one evening car rying a parcel of 4,000 sovereigns to an in dicated spot on the outskirts of a forest. Hero he was met by a sunburned, black bearded giant picturesquely attired In his native dress, who corried a rifle, while a couple of revolvers and a poniard adorned his sash. Motioning to the consul to fol low him, he proceeded but a few paces Into the forest, then halted and blew a long, low, peculiar whlstlo on his fingers. Approaching footsteps wore immediately heard, and there omorged from among tho treos tho whiloin prisoner, alono. As he ranged up to tho side of his deliverer tho gold was handed over, carefully counted, and then, with a low bow, the robber turned on his heel, at onco disappeared, without having uttered a word, and the consul and his purchase were free to do-part. Methwlck Hall was ablazowlth light on tho evening of the heir's return to his an- cestral homo. The female portion of tho family had spent the day in alternately laughing and crying for joy and were now in a state of Intense excitement anxiously awaiting the return of the carriago from tho station. Presontly the sound of wheels was hoard drawing up to tho door, and mothor and sisters, rushing out, fell upon Robert, hugged him and kissed lain and half dragged, half carried him into the hoiiRo, but it was not until after they had been for some timo assembled in the libra ry that there flashed across their minds the reinombrance of that horror that lay bur ied beside tho stream. His mother first made the discovery: "Why, Robert, you havo two ears!" "Two ears, mother! Havo I not always had two?" "But we burled one ot them." The Hon. Robort was evidently In the dark, and when they explained he declared truthfully that ho knew nothing about It. As a word painter he proved a decided foil uro, considering the adventures which thoy expected him to recount. Ho had nothing to rolal o, simply monotony waiting lor the ransom, and no matter how they plied him with questions he could tell them nothing of tho doings of tho gang, for he said ho nevor saw any of them except the ono who had him In oharge. A few days after his return, pleading the necessity of a visit to a wot end tailor, ho traveled to London, af tor receiving strict injunctions and giving a promise to shun his old haunts and companions. Arrived In town, he nt onco proceeded to Tom Langton's chambers, and his first words to his chum wero: , 'I say, Tom, what about that ear, and why wasn't I told of it?" "Well, I thought you might object, anu as It was noslrablo to Bring things to a climax I got It froni tho dissecting room at tho hospital through a student." It took me quite by surprise when thoy accused mo of having two ears and told mo they had buried one of them. But about the money?" "I have told the fellows that you have negotiated a loan and empowered mo to pay your debts. Here are the I O U's that I have bought up, and the total amount is 2,990. Tho remaining 1,004" "You will ploase keep for yourself as ar ranged, for the double pnrposo ot paying you for your troublo and buying your per petual silonce." "Thanks, old chop. I will bo silent ns the grave, but, I gay, I had a difficulty in keeping silence when we had her majesty's consul In the forest; I nover wanted to laugh so much before." Tit-Bits. A Bank Failure. AN INVESTIGATION DEITANDED. A general banking business is clone by ihe human system, because the blood de posits in its vaults whatever wealth we may gain from day to day. This wealth is laid up against "a rainy day " as a reserve fund we're in a condition of healthy prosperity If we have laid away sufficient capital to draw upon in the hour ol our greatest need. There is danger in getting thin, because it's a sign of letting down in health. To gain in blood is nearly always to gain in tvhole tome flesh. The odds are in favor of the perms of consumption, grip, or pneumonia, if our liver be inactive and our blood im pure, or if our flesh be reduced below a healthv standard. What is required is aa increase in ovagerm-Jighling strength. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery enriches the blood and makes it wholesome, stops the waste ot tissue ana at tne same time builds up the strength. A medicine which will rid the blood of its poisons, cleanse and invigorate the great organs of the body, vitalize the system, thrill the whole being with ne w enemy and make permanent woilc of it, is surely a remedy of great value. But when we make a positive statement that 08 per cent of all cases of consumption can, if taken in the early stages of the disease, be CURED with the Discovery," it seems like a bold assertion, All Dr. Pierce asks is that you make a thorough investigation and satisfy yourself of the truth of his assertion. By sending to tne worm s uispensary Mea. ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.. you can get a free book with Ihe names, addresses and photographs of a large number of those cured of throat, bronchial and lung disease us well as of skin and scrofulous affections by the ' Golden Medical Discovery. " They also publish a book of 160 pages, being a medical treatise on consumption, Dronchitis, isthnia, catarrh, which will be mailed on receipt of address and si cent m stamps. CROSSWISE RIDINO. Cubson Bloobloode never swears. Cndleigh HeavenB! How does he show the servants that he is a gentleman? Mneistrnte And why did yon ronm about in the streets during the night? Defendabt I was afraid to go home. Magistrate Are you married? Defendant (joyfully) Oh, Your Worship, I suppose you know what it is, too. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC RAILROAD. (Westorn Division.) (J. W. Reinhart, John J. McOook, Joseph O. Wilson, Reoeivers.) TIME TABLE NO. 39. In Efteot Sunday, November 1, 1894. Leave Ohioaeo at 10:00 p. m.: 10:00 p m. Arrive at unioago at.iuiuu p.m.jvaiu a. m. Leave Kansas City, Mo., at 1:50 p. m.j 2:00 p. m. Arrive at Kansas City, Mo., at 6:10 p. m.; 5:00 p. m. Leave Denver at..ll:50 p. m. Arrive at Denver at 5:15 a. m.; 4:45 a. m. Leave La Junta at 7:20 a.m.; 10:10. Ar rive at La Junta at 10:50 a. m.; 8:55 p. m. WESTWARD 9:J0p. 2:15a. 3:07a. Il::ir,a. :30a. 6:50a. 8:10a. 10:15a. 12:;t5p. lSBp. 'i-Mp. 4:05p. 6:05p. 8:30p. 10:30p. 12 :Mla. 3:52a. 4:15a. 3:30a. 9:10a, 9:ir,a. 10:05a. 12:03p, 1 :23a, 2:55p. o Mllp. 7:35p. 8 HOP, B:50p. li :ip, 1:40a, 4:10a, 6:10a, 9:00a. 12:07p. sssaip, 6:00p, STATIONS Lv. Ar. ..Albuquerque... . ..C'oolldce Winent Gallup .Navajo Sprint's.. ....Holbrook Winalow Flagstaff Williams ....Ash Fork Seligman ..Peach Springs.. Kingman .. .Needles, Cal. .. Blake Bagdad. ..... Duirtrett Ar..Barstow...I.v Ar....Mojave...Lvl EASTWARD 8:15p. 3::i5p. 2:50p. 2:20i. 12:03p. iu:40a. 9:30a. 7:20a. 6:00a. 4:;Wa. 3:35a. 2:10a. ll:3fp. s:sup. 7:35p. 5:10p. 2:43p. 2:20p. l:00p. 6:10a l:35p. 1:07a. 12:35o. lOstSp. 8:55p. 7:50p. 5:40p. 4:20p. 2:55p. 2:00p. 12:40p 10:10a. 7:50a, 6:10a, 3:10a. 12:32a. 12:10a, A Bldln Master llelleve It Dangerous For Women. Since the appearance on one of our avenues a few days ago of a woman rid ing a horse astride there has been the usunl discussion attending any innova tion in Buffalo. Investigation at the lo cal riding schools proves that there are a cumber of society girla taking up this new fad, which of course it is at the present time. Whether or not it has oome to stay remains to be seen. People who know very little about riding are under the impression that the crosswise riding for women is not so dangerous. Harold St. John, a local rid ing master, is authority for the state ment that riding astride is much more dangerous than the way women have been aocustomod to ride in the past and explains it in the following way : "A woman has more of a grip in the sidesaddle than iu a man's saddle," he said. "A man wouldn't have for the reason that from the hips down a man has more weight than a woman. A wom an's weight is mostly from the hips np. So the weight that would keep a man from being thrown in an emergency wouldn't be of the slightest use for a woman. Then, too, from the hips to the kneos a man's leg is longer ; consequent ly he can clinch the side of the horse and keep from being thrown in this way, while a woman couldn't, as the horse slants where her knee would come. Of course a good rider doesn't ride a horse by his grip, but by balance, but when an emergency comes and the horse is frightened and jumps some sort of a grip is necessary, and the woman will find the best grip on her sidesaddlo. "A woman will have to be a much more skillful rider to ride astride than the other way. The reason it has been so successfully tried in New York and other cities is because only women ac customed all their lives to equestrian exercises are taking it np. You let a be ginner try it, and see the failure. "For myself, I have uo objection to it, only I know that it is nonsense for so many people to say that riding astride is a safer way of riding. One reason people have come to believe the old way not safe is because if a woman is ever hurt riding the fact is published all over the country, while among the same number of men more are injured, only nothing is said about it.- Anyway, evou though you hear of women being hurt, you nover hear of men being injured. "Thou, again, you hear about the twisted position. Well, I havo no doubt that tho crosswise position is more com fortable, but we have never heard of a woman being deformed through riding as has always been the custom. "As to the grace? Well, that is en tirely a matter of training the eye. If it wero customary for women to ride in the new way, it would look just as graceful to us. A woman sits astride much straighter than a man. " Buffalo Express. Dressmaking Hints. The newest way of making the thin textiles is to have them separate from the lining, which for the bodice may be high or low necked, and in either case come within the scope of fashion and propriety. For convenience's sake, how ever, the outside skirt and the lining skirt of the thin gown are sometimes attached to the same band. And a good thing to know is that, though crinolined skirts are fust being relegated to the un fashionable populace, it is very necos- sary to grasscloth the silk petticoat that eoos with a gauzy costume. Other wise, unless the petticoat silk is of phenomenal stiffness, there will be no set to the dainty rig you have meant to be the darling of your summer eye. And the least damp will bring on a limpness that would make faint the bravest heart. Outward Signs as to Religions Belief. A west side Methodist minister said to a reporter: "Do you know, I can almost al ways tell with what denomination a per son is connected by studying his face? I can't explain It except partially, but tho fact that it Is much more difficult and sometimes Impossible to distinguish be tween a Presbyterian and a Congregation allst explains the matter In port. You soe, It is on the same principle as tho ability to tell a man of good habits from a dissipat ed porson. The effect of thoir lives shows so plainly In thoir eery feature tliat even tho unpraotioed eye can read thoir lives. "With us ministers we are so constantly given occasion to study character that we can distinguish the variations botweon those extremes, and those variations aro brought about, by the various creeds and the resulting lives of those who choose them. A man came to my church last Sun day whom I had occasion to notice par ticularly, and after the sorvlco I told him he was not a Methodist. He said, 'How did you know?' I could not tell him any more than I have told you, but I was right. He was a ohurch momber, but not a Motho dist. Of oourse a person who had only re cently joined tho Methodist or any other church I could not distinguish, but thoso who havo boon brought up under certain Influences all or a large portion of their lives do certainly show It. Those persons whoso creeds aro very similar In bolng largely of rites and ceremonies are most plainly distinguishable from thoso whose religion Is their llvos. Among this latter cliuj Iplaoothe Methodist." Uoehestur I)(-Muorat and Chronicle. Among the numerous persons who hav been oared of rhonmatism by Cham?erlain'8 Pain Balm, mention should be made of Mrs. Emily Thome, of To lado. Wash., who saysi ! have nover been able to procure any medicine that would relieve me of rheumatism like Chamberlain's Pnin Balm. I have also nsed it for lame back with great buooobb. It is the best liniment I have ever used, and I take pleasure in re- immending it to my friends." For sale oy K. 0. Ire land, jr. Arrive Los Angeles 9:35 a. m.j C:30 p m. Leave Los Ansrelea at 7:00 a. m.; 5:00 t. m. Arrive San Diego 12:45 p. m.j :zu p m. Leave San Diogo at 2:15 p. m. Arrive at San Franoisoo at 11:15 a. m Leave San Franoisoo at 9:00 a. m. Every day but Snnday. CONNECTIONS. ALBUQUERQUE A., T. & 8. F. Railwuy for all points east and aontn. ASH FORK Santa Fe, Presoott A Phos- nix railway for points in central and southern Arizona. BLAKE Nevada Southern Railway for Purdy and oocneotion with stage lines for mining distriots north. BARSTOW Southern California Railway for Los Angeles, San Diego and otnor California points. MO JAVE Southern Paoifio Company for San Franoisoo, Sacramento aud otner northern California points. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars No ohange is made by sleeping oar pas sengers between San Franoisoo, Los Angeles oidan Diego and Chioago. The Atlantic & Pacifio Railroad, the great middle route aoross the American continent, In jonneotion with the rail ways of the "Santa Fe route." Liberal management; superior facilities; pic turesque scenery; excellent accommoda tions. The Grand Canon of the Colorado the most sublime ol nature's work on earth, indescribable, can easily be reaohod via Flagstaff, Williams or Peaoh Springs on this road. To the natural bridge of Arizona and Montezuma's well yon oan Journey most direotly by this line. Ob serve the anoient Indian civilization of Lagnnn or Aooma, "the City of the Sky." Visit tho petrified forest near Cnrrizo. See and marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the mag nificent pine forests of the San Franoisoo mountains. Find interest in the ruins of the pre-historio Cave and Cliff Dwellers, View the longest csi.tilever bridge Id America aoross the Colorado river. JMO. J. BTBNl, . "- Gen. Pass. Agt., Los Angeles, Cal. 0. H. Hpmbs, Ass't Qen. Pass. Agt., San Franoisoo, Cal. H. 8. Va Si.tok, Oen. Agt., Albnquerqne, N. M. Something New! We call especial attention to our celebrated Frey's patent flat opening blank book W e make them in all manner of styles. We bind them in any style you wish. We rule them to order 06 Makers They Get There. There are a lot of weary women around town these days and nights, and their weariness is no marvel to those in the secret. They aro all taking bicycle lessons, and it isn't as easy as it looks. It doesn't seem possible that .the maiden who skims along so gracefully on hor wheel, emulating the flight of the birds, ever sat, harnessed up, in a bi cyclo school, with her limbs trembling, her back aching, her eyes sticking out like pouohed eggs, and a slave driver beside her forciug her to do what she knows is simply impossible, does it? But they have all been through the experience. Polly Pry in New York Recorder. Hisses Gulney and Brown. Miss Louise Imogen Quiney and Miss Alice Brown have started together on a walking trip through England. Miss Guiney and Miss Brown have been lit erary collaborators of late, in the ' ' Three New England Heroines' ' and now in the Stevenson memorial. Miss Brown is a native of New Hampshire, but she spends her winters in Boston, living in an old street that has numbered among its residents Hawthorne, Louisa Aloott and Whipple, the essayist. Miss Brown was once on The Transcript staff, but now works for The Youth s Companion. Mr. Alden calls her one of the strongest of the younger poets. Philadelphia Ledger. Women on PoUee Forees. Rev. Anna H. Shaw of Boston, who spoke at the woman's congress in San Francisco recently.favored having wom en on the police forces of large cities. "There has been one office I have longed for," said she, "and that is the office of policeman. What we want in San Fran cisoo and every other city in the country is good women on the police board. If they were there, there would not be one- thousandth part of the immorality. " A Clever Trio. Miss Magill won the silver challenge cup at the spring meeting of the County Down Ladies' Golf club in Ireland, Miss Tyrrel carried off the captain's prize, and the open competition prize was awarded to Miss MoCausIand, who was unanimously elected aa captain of the :lb for the present year. look minima at Reduced Hales During the past few months many or ders received by the New Mkiican for the binding of books, magazines and pamphlets have neoessarily been moro or less neglected on account of a rnsh of other business. But durinir the dnll snm met months especial attention will be nnii to this class of work. Thus all or ders now on file will at once be ailed and all those who are in need of any work in the line of bindinir ean rely upon having their orders orotnntlv exeonted in the beat fttvle of the art nnd at reduced rates- Bend in yonr orders to the New Mine am JOB WOBZ Of all kinds done with neatness and des patch. 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