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iiriwitiVr'H"K"'ftoTrJW-'-gt igfrSniiftw t"r-r"' ' V rniii '- rjteiVkrrTii'frnni 'rwiwni it Yn .W afc " fff ;''"" " mujtmsamt fmith"mCM Sir 'aiZ? ValrtitrtnauihiMilLaiaaiw i- 'r "hirr f nr"- - 7"nnirii- -i- i,,- -. "' WC" Tf I THE 'ARIZONA SILVER CELT. orrici.lL iuri:u or uil.icoi.vt v. Saturday, Mfey 12i, 1893. "I wonder how loug It will bo," Said Trodarick 0. Baldorsou, who is nt tho (Southern, "before tho last elephant falls & victim to tho ivory hunter. Tho tale of tho last buffalo in America1 lias boen told 80 of ton and so many men havo claimed to hayo tired tho Inst shot that the subject has got rathor tedious, but thero is no doubt that iu tho lifo linio of most of us tho elephant will practically ceaso to exist. In soma ytars as many as 100,000 of those hugo creatures aro shot simply in order to obtain1 th'o ivory from thoir tusks, and if tbut goes on for ten years thoro will be Tory faw elephants loft ntrytfherej Soma sections have already btien an tirely depopulated, and it is doubtful -whether there are 1,000,000 elophauts in existence all the world ovor. Nature does not fill up the gaps left by tho hunters to any npprcciablo extent, be cause an elephant does notniaturc until it is 30 years of ago, and no ono over heard of any one of them having a largo family. Probably when tho elophant exists no more vigorous efforts will bo mads to perpetuate it, but iu tho moan time the old story will be repeated and nothing will bo done to prevent what appears to be inevitable. Globe-Democrat. t . .. An lutrrrillnK i:Jillilt. One of tho most interesting exhibits in the Department of Minos and Min ing will bo the Analytical Laboratory in tho southoast corner of tho gallory in the .Mining Building. Tho determi nation of oros of commerce, tho com position of alloys and metals and com plete analysis of nil commercial prod ucts will form the exhibit, which is to continue throughout tho outire length of the Fair. Tho latest volumetric and gravimetric system of analysis and also fire assaying will be employed. The object of the laboratory will bo a prac tical exhibit of the analytical methods usod in inorgamo chemistry. Work will be done for the entire Fair; and should not enough material be had from exhibitors, work wdl be- taken in from tho outside. All experiment will ho made as interesting as possible, and the determination of rarer metals will receive u goodly portion of the chem ists' timo. The title of Chemist and Assayer to the Fair belongs to Mr. J. S.- Cory, a prominent chemist of Chica go; tha position being purely honorary. Mr. Cory is a graduate of Sheffield Scientific School, Yale College, and spent three years iu Germany under Fresenins of Wiesbaden. Mr. Emil Furste, a graduate of Berlin, will be assistant chomut. Several colleges will send young inon to aot as assistants, arrangements having been made for two men each month. Exhibitors will do weTT should they give their patron age to this most interesting branch of the Fair. As perfect an analysis of products of any kind will be made as is possible. Mr. Cory, whose office is in the Unity Building, Chicago, will be pleased to answer any quostion put to hun concerning the Fair Laboratory. m -Amazon From Dalionifiiy. Sixty-seven subjects of King Behan zin, rnler of Dahomey, arrived on the Miflway Plaisance, World's Fair, May 3rd, to populate the Dahomean village. They were from tho cities and bush re gions along tho slavo coast of the Gulf of Guinea, in "West Africa, The new arrivals formed the strangest procession that has yet moved doin the plaisanco. Black as the shades of night every one at them, thoy ohivcrod from tho cold, law air, and groaned under thoir heavy trunks, which thoy balancod on their heads with as much skill ns tho South- ern negroes "toto smaller bundles. .The women carried the heau'eet loads, and that was tho only way in nhioh tho sexes could bo distinguished. A 3-year-old boy, unprotected from tho cold, bawled lustily from a bog hung at Lis mother's belt, and drew tho atten tion of Turks, Arabs, Japanese, Irish and German villagers away from all other business. Thero were two chil dron and twonty voxnen in the -party, among the lallor boing seven of tho bravest of tho warriors of King Behan zin. Thoy weroAmnzous, hideous with battle scars, and with tho linen of cru elty and determinatioL on their faces. Adajemos, who enjoya the distinction of lioing a gnidfl or general for Gen. DoddB, who represents the Frenoh Government ia Dahomey, was the liader of the party, but, like' tho rest, lie Was unable to speak or'ntfor a word of any language save the guttural of his own land. ihrce Africans, who have mastered' French, act as interpreters, but none of thorn can talk English. The Daho means have been en route for two months, and renohod thoir camp worn out. A number of them were suffer- jng from the oold, although through nu interpreter they raid the Chiengo oli- jmato was much bottor than thafof Far- s, .where they wero on exhibition for a .weok. They squatted nbpii iu tho us finished houses- in their camp, ajnd de voured caimed corn beef with a relish. The Amazons went to sleep uuder j..,.. ,...,tt 15,j, valuu uu,. l ih oJJlUT women wero, nut In f " V4J cx Our Ilrl .Honey .Una Our Poorcul , The Now York bankers nro still talk- i-ing about gold and trying to persuade tltu President that tho thing tn do is to issue a block Of bonds, say 50,000,000 or nt least $25,000,000. Thcso thoy are quite williilg to subscribe for and give gold In pnyniant. To part with any considerable amount of their gold (iu any other terms tlloy call goiug into n "blind pool" and will huvo none of it. Tho assumption that New York would be allowed to monopolize those bonds, if issued, is, or nt lea-it ought to be, all u mistake. So far from giving tho banks of that city tho first pick tho Treasury ought, it anything, to faor tho banks which have come to its re lief, Chicago, Denver, and Boston es pecially. Wo do not know how much gold tho Boston nndDouvor baukshavo got, but tho Chicago National batiks nloue havo about 20,000,000 of tho yellow niotnl stocked away as reserves iu their vaults, or, to be more accurate, in their vaults and in thosu of tho safe ty deposit companies. If satislied that the government would protect gold fioui going to a promium, ns it certain ly can mid should do, tho banks would be glad to bo rid of the greater part of this com. Tho exponw) of hoarding this gold is qilito nn item iu every city oxcopt Now York. Thoro and thero only tho gov ernment furnishes vault roem. Thoo j banks nre heroin bIionu a favoritism cfmouutitig to tens of thouwmds of dol lars a yertr in the Having of safety de posit reutal for their gold. But thin is not nil, nor is it the most important saving. That New York gold, haviug been stored in the sub-treasury all the while, is full weight, while tho gold of other cities has been more or less abraded nud depreoiiiUd. It hits been used somewhat as n medium of ox change, and we mil it the poorest of money because it is the only kind of money now in tbifc country whioh is liable to be worth less than its face. Under our t.ystem of National banking paper money aau not be repudiated or depreciated, and our coin, from the penny to the standard dollar, ) of full value ns long as the mint's stamp is legible, no mntter how much it may be abrnided. Not hsng ngo one of our National banks saut $8,1,000 in gold to the sub treasury in this city to be exohauged for some other kind of money. Each piece was testeu m weignt, ami just about 10 per cent of it proved to be below the minimum weight. The whole lot might have come np to it average to the standard, but instead of lumping off the lot those light-weight pieces were rejected, nud sooner or Inter a loes will have to be sustained ou them. It is safe to say that about one-tenth of the gold eoin of the country, outbids of the United States Treasury nud sub treiwHiries, could not pass muster Every other kind of money in the country, if genuine, might well put ou nirs over gold, with nil its vaunted su periority. It is only when it comes to foreign nee that the gold is bebt. Then, of course, the smoothost and lightest gold coin of them all is worth more than the silver dollar, the same ns, for foreign use, tho oilver dollar is worth mora than the subsidiary silver coin, and the latter, in turn, is worth morn than tho nickel or. penny. That is br causo thoro is no international monoy, and foreign balances hnvo to be settled on intrinsio values, whether the pay ment is made in gold, pork, silver, wheat, coppor, corn, petroleum, orany other commodity. It is therefore no exaggeration, if a hyperbole, to sny that our best money is also our poorefet, according as the point of viow is a me dium of domestic or foreign exchange. Inter-Ocean. There were 31,525 visitors to tho top of the Washington monument last month, of which number 11,207 made the asceut in tho elevator aud 20,228 by the stairway, making a total of 702,087 persons who have visited the top siuco the shaft was opened to the public, Oetobor, 9, 18S8, While Mr. T. J. Biohey, of Altona, Mo., wan traveling in Kansas he wax takes violently ill with cholera morbus. Ho called at a drug store to get somo medicine and tho druggist reoommund od Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltemedy go highly ho con cluded to try it. The result was immo diate relief, and a few deees onred him completely. It is made for bowel com plaint and nothing olse. It never fails. For sale by II. C. Ilitohoock, druggist. SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS. The Weekly Globe-Democrat. Tho farmer, the merchant or the pro fewlonnl mnn who has not tho time to read n largo daily newspaper, will find in' Tub Whhkta' Gix)be-Demockat, consisting of ton pages, a paper that exactly suite him brimful of tho beet nows f tiie day, sufficiently condensed to meot his needs. Though strictly Republican in principle, it is nevor so partisan as to suppress any important news necessary to a correct knowledge, of current ovente. Once a reader, al ways a rcudor. Price, $1.00 per j-oar. Any porst n sending us three dollars for three yearly subscriptions to tho "Woeklyr will roceivo one copy freo for a year. rV free mmnl copy may bo tm ... eu. i3r ... "" . 7, T1 T&. T"0" ,lMlthmiii.rt?ifliMife1 ,.(., kl AfrinUv iJ ' " " S. illiltllT MltlVIIW it .1 T.. ..1.1- k.. ; vv , ; "v"v "-v --" IIo llrol.o tlio Record. "Talk about getting thero," said nn Eighth ward prcaohcr yesterday, "If I didn't break tho record Christinas Sun day, I don't want tho mednl. It was this way; Just half an hour beforo the services opened my organist sent word that she was ill nnd couldn't appear. Thero wo wero, a lot of Christmas music prepared, with nn organ voluntary for mbrmng mid evening on the programme Then I cniuo to tho front, nnd with half an hour's pructico went on and played tho music myself, besides preaching tho Ecrmou nnd leading the singing. You should hnvo seen mo. "First 1 would read, then play nn ac companiment, then dodge up ngain und pray, hopping up und down like a bird ou a twig, und 1 got through all right too. How did I innuage tho voluntary? Well, yon seo music Is my profession 1 do not call preaching a profession, it is a calling uiitl 1 just improvised, mixing in dunco music, drawing tho frisky notes out long to mnko Sunday music out of them. Oh, I was all right. When my voico fails me 1 will only just have to' fall back on my profession. Good day. Got to fly, you know mighty busy," and the sturdy littlo preacher dived for the eluvntor nnd enlivened its downward trip on tho sumo by singing n few im provised bars of opera to tho office boy Minneapolis Tribune. Till! N0W)1HIT. The nowiipupur Is essentially n com mercial enterprise the preparation and putting upon the market of something to sell. ItibOf tho same nuturons nn ordi nary merchant's. The rule in ovury well regulated shop is that tho dorks shall not discus religion, politics or auy dUputod topic with the customers. Whero tho editorial department of n nowspaper eu tora into tho enterprise tho commodity offered for tale is opinions, and a con stituency is therefore prtwumed to bo iu the market which is willing to pay for seeing tho opinions in print. Bat tho fact ie that no Taper limits its solicita tion of trado to any Kpoeial constituency It solicits advertisements from nil classes, it prints news for all clauses, and in vi rions other ways appeals to all cImms Editorials which plea only ono cluse and displease many others are a draw back to the apar, without beiug tui im vantage to the reader. Boston Review Froiwi Yltnt ftlit on n Cur 1'latforni. When the Chicago mid Alton -innn-mer" drew up at JoHit Thursday after noon tlte passcugcrs waiting to take the traiu ww a man drop cS the bnmpercon the front end of the baggage car. Help was given him. when it wits found that he was dying. His ears, face and feet wero frozen stiff. He was taken to the hospital, where the doctors ami nurses tried utMucceasfttUy to restore him. The doctors say ho was froceu almost solid. His nhuw was John Itaasey and he was thirty-nine years old. He got on tlte train at Pontine to go to Dwight. Kettiug on tho front end of the baggage car. but the "hummer" does not stop until Joliet, fifty-five miles away, is reached. Tltere is no dour in tho front und of the bag gage car. and he liad to stay outf ide. He mot a terrible fate, the worst blizzard of the senswi catching huu in fall force. Cor. Chicago News-Record. Wimi-n unit IKb. Kir. In the late Montagu Williams' look, "Around London," tltere is a striking testimony to the truth of an old saying concerning women. "If any one," said Mr. Williams, "lias donbta as to the brutalities practiced on women by men, let him visit the London hospital on a Saturday night. Very terriblo sights will meet his eye. Sometimes ns many as twelve or fourteen women may be seen seated in the receiving room wait ing for their bruised aud bleeding faces and bodies to be attended to. In nine caces out of ten the injuries have been mflicted by brutal husbands. The nurses tell me, however, that any remarks they may make reflecting on the :iggrisors are received with great indignation by the wretched snfferers. They positively will not hear n single word against tho cowardly ruffians. " 'Sometimes, said a nurso to me, when I havo told a woman that her hus band is a brute, she has drawn heif elf up and replied: 'You mind your own business, miss. We find tho rates and taxes, and tho likes of yon are paid out of 'em to wait on us.' " Lecturing to Itojul CMIilrrn. Of the first lecson given to the royal children Mr. nart says that when the professor (Sir Richard Owen) firbt ar rived nt Windsor castlo he inquired where ho should hang up his diagrams; as these lectures wero to lie given iu tho white drawing room, tho walls of which were covered with white satin. Tho nn gwer was that ho was to do exactly as ho pleased. Tho gentleman in waiting was therefore of opinion that ho should pin the drawings upon tho white satin hang ings, but this the professor declined to do, and thereupon requested to be led to the laundry of tho castle, to the blank amasement of the official. When he nr rived thero he picked out the largest clolheahorse he could find, and, having procured some green baize, rigged up nn impromptu stand, which showed oft his diagrams to the best advantage. Lon don Globe. I'enple AVlio Use tlie Telephone "Pliiladelplda," said Dr. Plush, of the Boll coiniuy, "runs higher than any other city in the number of its telephone calls. The service is increasing with each year, and with each year is arriv ing nearer aud nearer perfection. Up to the present year wo were frequently put to conslderablo trouble and oxpense in repairing our lines after stormy weather. Now, however, it is different. We began to put our lines under ground iu Octolier, 1801, and have almost com pleted the work. Storms aud high winds can do us but little harm now. No, wo keep no record of tho number and vnri oty of swear words uttered by iinpationt subscribers, but I can safely say that thoy are fewer now than in former years." Philadelphia Record. A CiHlluut of tho Old .School. On a Sixth nvenno train tho other even ing an old man sat literally packed among women. As tho train approached tho Twenty-third street station ho began to button up his coat preparatory to leav ing tho car. He looked about grimly among the clustered women till ho caught sight of an elderly man stand ing with them. Reaching out at arm's length with his cauo among tho fur belows aud feathers, ho managed to touch his follow man on tho elbow. Tho other understood at once, and wedged I his way baolc to the w$!Sigik When ho was safoly there the oldjniSnSfe up, and, glaring doflantl.aXtnbTfllejd fair onOs, 'picked liisVityrhQuraaficnlly ouV of UiptramNew-T0rkTffnSf,' ' Tim I!aly l'lnycd Its Tart WrU. Tho hit of tho evening at Herrmann's was tho baby. Marion Mnnolannd Jack Mason produced "Caste," nnd it was not until tho third nnd last net of tho play that anything interesting occurred, Tho first twd acts wero stupid, and thero was absolutely nothing to interest tho houe. Mason was stiff nnd anxious, and Marion Mnnola was too tearful nnd cried nil over tho fctage. Tho cm tain went up on tho grout third act nnd levealed n prop baby and tho usual accompaniments. Tho widow talked lovo to tho prop baby, nnd half a dozen charactcis made enough noiso to awaken a Brooklyn po llccmau, yet the baby blept on nil un coubcious. Filially they took the baby off, and wlicu it rnmo on again it was a genuine baby, flesh nnd blood. It was a humorous baby for its ago, for tho pro gramme said that but nyear had elated while tho oiehcstra was playing popular tunes. Tho baby mubt havo grown rather rapidly, and it was too big for tho crib fi om which it had apparently been takon but n few moments beforo. Tho baby was letter iwrfect in his lines. It looked ns if ho was wuitlug for his cuo nud wagged its head at its papa, Mr. Mnson, tho returned dead warrior. Finally after ho had handled it n3 if it wero a pat of butter, its papa asked somobody to tako it a Way, and then ho wont ovor aud began to weep why, no body knew. No father need be ashamed of Mich n rapidly growing baby as that was, oven on the stage. New York Even lug Sun. Odd Death ofti IK-11 llhigcr, A young uiau named George Vaughan, ono of the ringers at the parish church at Presteign. Rudnorshire, lost his life on Monday under unusual circum stances. The church lwlls hail lieen loft after ringing for evening service on the previous day, iu a position known as "set," and Vaughon went to the belfry about 2 o'clock in the afternoon to cor rect some small fwilt with the gear. He was not seen during the remainder of the day, but when some of the ringera went to the belfry in the evening tley found Vaughaa dead. His Iwdy was astride a beam atuong the bells. It is supposed that in the course of bis work he dislodged one of the bells, caus ing it to swing over, and that to save himself he ld clutched the wheel of another aud caused that to fall also. Ono of theiu had evidently struck him ou the liMiit VilHr-'r liiin instant? Sev eral persona rettJl nodding the sudden . striking of one or two of tue bells about 8 o'clock. Loudon Standard. I'xeilitiwt lUIt'iKaJ. The eolhige bo s who took part in tbe commencement dames at "The Pageant of the Year" ore laughing at their un successful attempt to salute President Eliot daring the performance. They knew the seat which Han ard's president was to otrupy, aud so they arranged among lhemwhea i (cr.e a salute to bun us they skipped out in ti:.;r inimita ble exit. The dines was completed in due form, and they pranced out amid applhuse. When they reached the proper spot all saluted and disappeared behind the scenes, proud over the compliment which thoy had jiaid President Eliot. Judge their dismay when tbey learned that he was not in his seat then, and that he did not come iu until several dances later! But no doubt the person who was sainted thought it very nice Boston Transcript. pollliounti. The eigbty-ftve teachers in the public schools of Lockport liad a spelling con test the other day, to tho great delight of their pupils, because some of the teach ers did not altogether cover themselves with g-ory. Of tlie eighty-five only five spelled '-Rensselaer" correctly, and 74 per cent, of the whole uuuilwr misspelled "acknowledgment." All of the follow ing words were wrongly spelled by more than lialf of the teachers, and several of them by more than fifty: "Supersede," "resuscitative," "excellence." "benefit ed," "busiuess," "imdl," "mainto nanre." "milliner," "pretentious," "gas eous" and "concede." The name "Gene feu" is said to havo caught a goal many victims. Boston Journal. An Anecdote, nf Doiothou Dlx. A rural New Jersey member wlio had announced in the house that the wants and sufferings of the insane of the. state "were all humbug," went to the twrlor oi' Dorothea Dix to Mlenco her with his arguments, but was constrained by her gentle force to listen to lien. At tho ond of nn hour and a half ho moved into tho middle of tho room and thus deliv ered himself: "Ma'am, I bid you good night. I do not want, for my part, to hear anything more: the others can stay if tliey wau't to: I am convinced; you'vo conquered me out and out: I shall veto for the hosjrital. If you'll come to the house nnd talk there as you've done here, no man that isn't a brute can staud you, anrfso, wlien a man's convinced, that's enough. Tlie Lord bless yon!" There upon ho took Ids departure. Mary S. Robinson in Century. Llko Mother's Cooking. Ail enterprising baker advertises "mince pies like mother used to mako." .There is something queer about the idea Uiat one's mother could cook better than any other woman who ever lived. Each generation of men, when they reach mid dle life, lands mother's cooking, and coinitarcs it with his wife's cooking to her disadvantage. When that man's boy gets a wife of his own ho tells her what a good cook his mother was, and so it goes generation after generation. Now, ucconling to this theory, the art of cooking lias been steadily deteriorat ing, but of course this is not true. Won der if a boy's appetite has not something to do with tho idea that his mother was the best cook the world ever saw? St. Louis Republic. tireul Sport for Women. I havo followed many a fusainating sport, but if womankind desires n pas timo that will intoxicato her brain with healthy excitement, that will givo her carmine cheeks and mako hev heart grow young onco again, let me rpcoinmend to to her, from n most delightful experi ence, tho inimitablo outdoor sport of ice boating, and let mo also tell her thafsho has not livotl and therefore is not ready to die unless alio luw hud nt loast ono trip on a stretch of crystal at n mile a min ute. E. Paulino Johnson in Outing. The I'orcotlcii I'art. Aunt Hetty What in creation is tho ueo of these now fangled individual forks and spoons? City Niece (a follower of fads) Don't you think its rather nico to lilivo things which ndon6ftlsousa? Forks itnd spoons go into people's mtmths, you know. Aunt" 'IMjS'-ToK but, lahd sakes, thoy all sTihto Th6 garrio dishwater. New York Weekly. "' MANAGING ENGLISH FARM3. Tho KcMitts of nn Intelligent nntt Cnpnbl I.. mil Owner In Kngland. Mr, W. J. Harris gives n most helpful and interesting nccount of tho Halwill manor estalo. This was poor land nnd much of it wni untouched for long peri ods, being treated as ft summer run for cattle. Tho investor, Mr. Harris, was tempted nt finst to do what nt that timo was generally done by landlords con solidate farms, pull down old cottages nnd in fact generally rcduco tho avail able population and labor on tho land. Several farms fell in soon after Mr. Harris' purchaso of the estate, but ho was "Converted" by observing that, where the landlord or the fanning ten ant had allowed tho cottagers to culti vate the land immediately around them, the valuo of tho lnnd had been doubled by tho laborer without indeed any guar antee of permanent residence. Instead of destroying, the new landlord built nnd repaired, and hnving farms on his hands was enabled to cut off certain fieldi nndullot tljem to cottagers. Small farms grew np and tho larger ones wero reduced. Thus land was let that other wise would not hnvo been moorland iu closures, for instance and it was on these that tho valuo of the system made itself nt once apparent. Land not valued nt more than fivo shillings iier ncro in its rough state be came, when meadow land, worth from thirty to fifty shillings, und as the cot tages were in demand the population incrcusod, and farmers knowing that labor could always be obtained took tho largo farms, reduced though they wore. Wages lmvo risen from ten aud eleven shillings to twelve nnd fourteen bhillings per week. Mr. Harris says he madu tho mistake of working his vacant farms with bail iffs, thinking, as tho land was in low condition, he might do it liettcr thun a tenant. But, a ho says, it is tlte labortr who knows best nud who bucceeds, pro- idod he lias not more land tlian he can innag Ono of titese small holders now has fifty acres und gives occasional em' ployment. One secret of the small farmer's sue cess is that one man works on his farm for no wages nt all, and that is tlie farm er himself. Tlie small farmers help uach other, and they seldom let a crop stand too late or get behindhand, as is the fash ion with somo misguided men, who nn dcrman their large farms and depend on outside labor for chronic emergencies. The harm that a largo landowner can do by f&rcoiug meanly is incalculable. Loudon Saturday Review. Old Time "HeWeulnir." Tlie find age of the great modern re views and magazines was an age of kicks ami rough horseplay. Party njririt ran high under tlie regency, and literary critiiatm, so far from beiug the t'disin tereFted" affair whLh Matthew Arnold demands, was cvuwedly run upon olit ieal lines. Libel suits and challenges rained upon mazarine editor. Jeffrey and Moore went Through the forms of a dneL The Chaldee manuscript had to be suppressed in the second edition, and cost Mr. Blackwood a iliousand xnnds as it was. Aggrieved )rsons lay in wait for editors in the street. Thus one Mr. Douglas, of Glasgow ,wbo had been roughly handled In "Maga," came to Edinburgh and lioraewhipped Blackwood, aud was in turn lienteu by Blackwood, who hail re-enforced himself meanwhile with n cudgel and with tlie EtU-ick Shepherd. H. A. IVrs in Cen tury. Why u Jlan Uim l'nllh. Hx-Jndge- Heary K. Howland it erwt itod with tlw following; It u the gross and palpable subter fuges, deceits and evasions that ore ab horrent to our natures in dealing with the outride world, like that in a prohibi tion town in Maine, where a lank and rt-1 nosed conntryman called into a dru store r.nd placing a demijohn on the counter said to the clerk. "I want gal lon of nun, -buoy's pick," or the cau tious sparring for an advantage oug-Ee-tod by tlw answer of tho rector of a country parish who was revising hid sermon one Sunday uiumiug and was waited upon in Ids study by hi1) organ ist, who asked what he should play. "I don't know," said tho rector, absent mindedly; "what kind of a hand have you got?' New York World. A Cure fur Sn.tke Kite. Another treatment for snake bito i added to the long list of remedies that liavo como from many countries. It fa said that the natives of Australia havo comjiarativoly little fear of snake bites. They keep always at liaud a piece of string made of human hair. Tho string is tied tightly three or four inches nbovo the bite, a small circle "an eighth of aif inch deep is cnt around the two fang punrtures with a knife, and tho largest vein below tho bito is sli to allow tho blood to run out. The last ttage of this heroic treatment is the turning on of ;i stream of water to tho affected part and tho rubbing down steadily of the limb for about twenty minutes. Pittsburg DUpatch. Tho Number Three In lJally Life. In tho nursery rhymes and tales of childhood who cannot remomber the "Three Wiso Men of Gotham" who took a sea voyago iu a bowl, not to mention the luckless trio of blind mico whoso' tails were cut off by tho farmer's wifo? Examples of this sort might be multi plied indefinitely, but coming down to everyday life, onr meals aro regulated by tho rulo of three, whilo tho sick pa tient would 1)0 guilty of treason to his doctor if ho refused to take his medicine threo times a day. Now York News. Success of r.lcctrlc Plants. Tho quostion, "Is light or darkness conducivo to tho growth of an electric plant?" was recently discussed by a de bating society in a western college. Somo stated that light was, because if no lamps wero lit thero would bo no profits, whilo others said that darkness was, because If thero was no darkness there would bo no need of lights. Tho debate finally terminated in a draw. Now York-Press. A Frenchman who had by chance passed over a narrow plank lying across a deep gorge in tho dark, on viewing tho spot tho next day fell down dead whilo contemplating tho dangers of tho previ ous night. A hay saver, consisting of n three sided device which enables tho horse to insert hid head into the manger, but does not permit any lateral movement of it, is a la to invention. The manufacture of snovshoe3 for" array use wquld.'establlsh a new indus lry7tiiat might" employ n goodly 'nnniDcr of wqrTcihen. E. F, KELLNER. E. P. KIILIEB & m. JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN ienera! Merchandise. Proprlotors Pinal Croek Steam Saw Mills anci Pihaj Creek Toll Road. Contractors for LUMBER. FREIGHT, ORE &oj Correspondents In New York City and San Franoisoo4 We huvo ample facilities for the Transfer of Finis Acting as financial Agent? for tract for supplies &c. - We will not be Undersold Article and our Stock Is tho qqqqqqqq S ri s s tki: a-nisioir-A. miwmm 3SE The 'Leading RapeY. -of CMa iGourity. r uu'jcriifursifrau. i s? a. A l'aper fnt tbe Miner! A Paper for the, Farmerllt A I?aper for tboMechanicl A Paper for Everybody 1 THE'SILVKIt BT.Ir Mai the largos t' borTa ffde circulation of any wdelfly payier1 in'tha Territory, and is conpsqucntiyHhe best adver tising medium. wiA&sipfeAiyw&j SCNO KM OOft CAT4l0aU.Ni PRICES ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Utn.U-lytow ejESK. J. W. HAESOK, 8 for Minii Go's, samo, making yearly eon-' lj Anybody or in any one Largest in Cila County. E. F. KELLNER & CO. CHAMPION AND.... iiifiard Parlors main Street, globk,?; WI, T. McNELLY, PROPRIETOR. truest of IiiiiHirted. and Dometttc VViuet",' l.hjutira and Olgars. 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