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VOL. XVI.
GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER IB, 1893.
NO. 31
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fHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT
MlshsJevsry Saturday morning
felobe, Gila .County, Arizona,
-IIY-
HAOOEY & HAMILL,
Fxtrais y rorUTou
tiiluNCiuivrjos .vti:n:
Ono .Votr
-. ,..$.00
nlxMonth. .,... .............. ,.. 2 00
Three Months l JO
. in.n 4ilt9
AUv-r(HsliiK ttnt'on mni16 l.hVuvii on
Billlratlon. ,,
IWWMMWWW Ill W MWMM
, J "
lOfflCIAL DIRECTORY.
J$t ISM"
j W i, i"
Territorial.
Governor r. C. Unght", Twswn.
Trirr-Ui. A. HkwiinJr. Plnlx.
Surieriiitcudtnt rf -PuHIc lntrntltm K.
J. Xtthertou, Ittouiir,
Atlltwr-H. C. Iluu4.
SHpwue Court A. C. Ilaker, Chitf
Jmtto. PbuiuU: Uitwi T. ltott, AwuiU
Juiti&t, Tau; It. lit SljinAiciato Ju-i-'tko.
Tuuson.
U. S. l)iitrit Attorny .Vraiwin ,T. IUtiy,
Tucttin.
U. S.rlwl-V. K.itwHl,.
Survejrr Owwrnl L. H.Inimluf, Ton.
Uobwate to Ctfrol Cilarixu Smith,
TuiHlotone.
Jmlxv of Fir.t JaJkU DUtrWt-K. K.
SWan.
.Iu'dj; of Sewntl .ludieJal Ditriet Owen i
T. Iiont, Tiwhwi.
.Iu.p, of Third .lodiofalDiiUkt-A, C
lUker.
.lml th K.iuith Jwlkul 1)1-1( let-,T..T
Hawkins, l'mci'.t.
:ila County. 3
Jvlsof UtiVtlft QoHtt TJMw T. Ko-ne
CUtkf l)irtrM(QNt-vlan2a.Iltily.
.!! pf Vnrt.- U. .M. AUSn.
RhtWC-J. U. Thutn.
UnJ- l't!tt0. X. rreii:
l)lHrkt AtftrfHtf-,!1. T. IWwrUon.
Kfonlr-ChM. T. Jlaithi.
Snperi.ri- Q. C. TWs, K. it. Cook,
Ch K. Tayl..
UUrk ( Rmuil ( toytrrtiw Clw T. Mtttln
C .mitT Trwr J. Hcwiimn.
Cxranrr
l)UUnw from OW UHlw wlrw.l at Wil
e. 133 mils.
Fruea OM (a Qs Otanits, ljslng the IMrtl C i
, yon, Met itsscMssj M nMtwI Huiwt .90 w.lf
rrcsuflletMi t Oua Ctsanis via FImmw In ui!t
r.ltviUao Vr m !1 at Woks. SO0 ..
Utitn-lo H .lejtw. nhwiw. toagltad 110 de
gre , IK a-loutes
"liUhest mloiii UMtpsralars, -tidy 1 1 1. . .110 dtg
Lowest wlttis'iw l-mir-smtur-i, Jwi. Mth, . . . 18 dcg
,)tnn Uwpmlun tide
ritiAjUat direction f wtl, Ssmlhsst
Ar, omeryitle srtenjtas: Mtt .yrsrsl Tsars, di
vleses Um remarkable taet, thai the has not been
itr wltlrtat Mare or less tranrtns
B. C. FOX, ,I. D.,
Ofiloo,one door aquth of Hitch
oock'a Drug Storo.
T. SHIELDS COLLINS. ."VI. D.
Office at residencetwo doors south of
Post Office.
Oflici llours 11 a. m to 2 p. ni. 0
p. m t j 7 .SO p. m.
P. T. ROBERTSON,
ITrORNKT AT LAW,
ik OiTico on ItroRd Street,
GLOBE, A. T.
J. L. 1BAOHISLDER,
Mimmm, and BUILDERS
?
UE0B1
n:,r
-
itiaStfir. ttuna:. loot? u
j
Ketone Imdct. 1. 0- O. F.. meets Wednes
day evening f each wtjek ijt I..Q. O X hall.
day eema- f ech wntlc rjt I-.U. O JR. hnl
'uUhijj U"thm in gnoil atAHfllijK are cm
dially invIUnl to Uqn4 1 A I x
TTSiiikltw Oolli.nb, Jf. 15,
ar.
II C. Hitchcock. Sec'y.
Knights ofPythias;
K pillar meeting ol Pinal Jitomitnili LthIkb
Jo. 11, TuenHav nUlit of aach fttk at 1.
sonic Hall All brothers m K"0! tniMling
are cordially imjtl.
AtiiiAin ui-nii v w.
,J. fllKU. JMI.TOK, rk.. Ji. B.
The UNIVERSITY of ARIZONA,
Vor ArizuiiH StmlanU of ultflcr toi. 1mi
Tiilnl"Yar
Sept. 27, 1 893,
TUITION FREE.
Ni'ivOutalpi'in001LrtKt!lrt9i-cn'tljiiig.
,w kimwi1InUnfcvVry clou, aiill'hafe
trvTdl fjlliy. . & If '
ELECTIVE COURGES:
- ii'M ' ' A'
j.Cty-t In C-llgMjnF Afrfeultttr, MIimm,
ieliwil wi3SoJfl1? iv UiuUlfiffi8!atW.
AJJrw.
. DJi.TllKO. 11. CPJi
ilv"i lirl
T'l.n, Ati
sVrjaffc.-SSiitifiKris I 'lMMisii iiii ii i i-i 1 s 1 1 1 ,a.jfcnsiiss , n ... ii
T i I U"DB
tlmnlnton tltr) toriilil llor, ntrunsth.
eilHtlioilliroftlTOorKunn. roBUlnt!Mth
bonoU, unit nro imoiiuitlcil us mi
ANTi-BlUOUS MED3G1NE,
In mnlnrlnt (llitrlcto their virtue ur
1 Idoly rr(iiUv(l. nhy ne ico
Hilar roturtH'X In frcoluir tlin.tKtiit
Irom tliut iioIhom. I'lcKimilr hhuuc
cuutctl. Do aiuull. i'rloe, 2ict.
Sold 33vorywhore.
Office. 44 Murray St.. Kow Yorlc
' Krer Iace the eitaMUliuient of th first paperM
the bay of San Frjiuclico, which Nve Uctice w
U) "Atta," riaonl from Monlcity In 1S; tin
Inhabitant of the CoAit Rcocrally hac been Inter
ctted In the ntwa from &tn Fraucincu. Tlic "Alia,"
UVe Winycthcr pioneers of '-UiaiauccumbeJ ta
die lae Iwblc ami g nc owrr to the meat majority,
4iu, like otlter iluU, ti.t tx.cn tucceedeit by
YOunjcr generations. The "Kxamlaer" has
taken puihaps the radit prominent place in the
nevrtiapr CM ef late years, ami IK Weekly
edition Is tery auerally tal.cn by those who
want an lnUretlii& awl tellable papsr pabllshed
at "The Bay." Ieryo li familiar with
Ike ITcmlum Offers nva4e by Mr. Hearst, the
"Itxainlncr's enterprislnt; iib!Uhe, and It Is
cly4;cetsryls aay that this j-ar the aguregata
ufc el the ptemlumf m)I which there are 5,000
is $itVW), which are distributed atHong all thi
subscribers U the paper. In addllUHt tu these pie
mluius, which range hi value front 0 cents 10
$7,163, every subscriber receives ere of the fout
great piemlum pictures, which will be mailed to
him In a labe direct from the " Sxiraluer" o2k
as soon as the s Jbscrlptlon 1 ricchedt
" Ttt Eilreit from Bosavr," by fielssotlsr.
"Tfee ribu GHailot lm" Dr A. wumt.
Itach of thesa pictures is JlxH inches, and they
are cltMtrtly reproduced In fac simile, ahowloit
every tint aut rotor of the great original, elthet
cue of which could not be purchases for te,axv.
"Wojua ad mm Fln!,"!irC.K?lrHenr
"Cirist L?iTls? ti? PraljrlBE("67 Gaslite Bare
l!ach of tbese picturea Is reproduced in photo,
f:ravurc. six 11UI, and emlnanlly fitted for fram
ng, and will adorn I lie walliof themcuit refined
home. ,
The subscription price of the " Weekly Ttxasil
ntr " Is JI.M, and subscript ions may be sent either
micd to W. R. Hearst, rublliher, San l'rnlsook
through the Local Agent of the "Examiner" 0(
tne i-Miuianer.
MATRIMONIAL!
i . r .! vriiua tanrtLiM (1a
t r. st OSifri jf fa,:t
11 c w (" iterr-aM4 f'
a hI vaslr-Bslfarar lOt. W
a 5 f fttef'BftJ .
AJJ. ! iitVfti.iim.fcr t otfUrUfta
h.st rfWl laJ tftmh4H(tttVttf
Cine i iBU lje. JasiilWM
SWaKltlSAWCR 507UIUflUy III-!
- - T -ZTm -. h . jkTK.
kONFE5530W&
, of ah ACTRES
VSkff WRITTCN BY HERSCLr. V7J-
. .. ..-. A.. i. .,M imh thn imsrsR.
IBIS DUOK ITv,nts " . i i-
tltfalls anrt ternpt'.llins s hich assuli tovkk RliU
Una amnst -viriDO karff rcvcnn 4. A eratoi
roso of the persons! nro of a popular aetrats.
itweaka oil In '" Knl,sh, tortaosywba
want to . taiVsrUo1-!-"!!. of tunllte. , UaaJ.
Jonelr Ilins-Tatcrt. PTf aOO'.Jx'PrHv. ...
BlSStMOl C3.. OS CUH3M ST., CH1CABC, IIU
irsmmaasgaa
t
i euro IHUonincss, Swt Headache, Consti
pation, 11 ilarls, 1.1s erf omplaints, taXo
tha safr and coriur remedy,
saxrrars
rsolioHMA.Lr.hlro(01ittloIl'!)tolUo
bulc;. TllKT Al'.K rilE.Wo' r T VT"!""T.
SJiilti?Ir lor nil Are n
s-iicecretihrr alrv. SMr. prh'HC.
J.flSaiTK,lCC.sii.-iort.i-i:Bjaa.''ST.lO!t H.
THE WEST INDIA
Mamifacliiffliig Oppy,
l'lsoriiiBTORti or niK West Imha
v.,k. ,. $ .
. SO Soutlxfticoonrt Street,"
k- t M
ti VJB fkfF
a. -
SAINT LOUIi - - MI8SOUJU
TliiaurcatTonioliai beeh introduced to tho
p ople f if tho AIl!ippi Vnlloy for the pant
thirteen year with unbounded success and
popularity. , '
Thftji i nethinjr Of tha kind oxtatit that
eotLlls it M a stimulant, an iipstizer, or nnti
dyspejitlc It U iwtttionlarly adapted lo mala''
Hous dUtrieU and m
Provontattvo of Chills,
f -
h not aurjitaWKl. ' ;.
Itijr onttorsoit hy the ,bwt chemists as the
not rfWoaoions, stronfitticiilmf Tonic thin
wliich
ten
vie
ikMiasilv
Intrmluctlrtt) ibwro. ,
Order mldsV to Till? WttST T.NDTA
MXtrrACTtnaxo company wiuiie
i,iniliv xwiitrd L 13 ff
u.V'i fr." '1 . 0.I..MW.III i -H"i !u-
8L
Sfi
K aK&v 5& $
jS&jj
mm a
Kya'
ri. jbt. cvfVT-
To
?m. Simmermaiin,
OAEPENTEE and BUILDER
. .,,AN1...
i Furniture.
Has on hatul at nil tlhiea .1 select nssortment
f furnitures of tlic latet tlcicns. for snle nt
I iinxlaratoiirfct'i1. Also.l'nrKirliangiriftNiAtly
I Done
UNDERTAKING a specially.
rOn!rB taken for ttoods not In 15look.
VM. ZIMMKIiMANK,
(ilobo Arizona.
SHOUT V SAVLER'S
Livery & Feed Stalils.
liorsea llo&nlwi I y tl T)Ax, Week or Month.
Saddle lIirap,Slmtll)ri4lliKHorea
and Team for lii at nil tircea.
Best attention Given Stock
i Left in my Care.
'Trices Reasonable.
MARKET,
(One iloor north of E. R Kellnor it Oo'a
Storo.)
GLOBE, - - A. T.
ems murphy,
PROl'KIKTOllS.
ft Always for Sulo
CHOICE BEEF,
VEAL, MOnOB,
PORK, Etc.
2- OrdcTR Called for and Meat
Delivered Daily.
.r.iri.spM). i -. tLU, , mltf , Bmju,. i tl-
izMVB TIiEM. DELIVERED ,
when The order am juts Tr t Rpc:.-fii sura- at .
tjrrrsi cva'ftrTeed UJWtti. thin cny o 8i&. '
hooijtLHeU.3. j.
'Send for ,1?,
teffiferi
iV"
Beml.AnnnalFnshl-nifjr'
uutnlcu'ua, pibhsiirj
k 3ept.joth,Rnlri- ltdfr?cl
!pnsppjlt!i"n;i.w n mjj
i iin.-on. with owr
litiigtaphs aoJ
...fa .wika...L ..... .
a' ... l.viii iii iir. q. y 'l, '' " ll
i LMiMs wcnii, cnqi.i..aia'n ssWfcTj...arnj
V Vt'b..riiiid .uo'.itiunt. Uuusc S)
Um io (.o, J., Curaini, L'pho!tlcrr,'.c ,c
,WA &s V Spoclnllytif I
"iiijiii ina rt--urn raoi renaoEe aiaii urucr
1 riict Vi li.tf r. tit it 1 I.. Ip S. A.t.,..K ..a
' hiueHirdnpeii'MiL'e to parties prvtcj lyS
I diMsn.e lrtn d-.m thur u n !ioj.pm.' iu
fJevv orlt." i hM. i
f-Ih A" &.20ih CI., KCV YORK CI1 V.
'- ?- ---ir-i ,niMfw
sIln'lwsjiilcr'nscTirwI. ilnoKslpsmml
In rnareanrr, Tesli-nimtahi Irani "It
pru ur the ffiribn, PrmipectusvosT
c. ins on firiniintitun to rrm,
A. I.uet , SS7 i'mh Avu, Kcw York.
J. O. . F.
Itogulm moctlne of Olol)cl,oigoiio. C, I.
O. O. !'., on Monday night ol unch week,
ntMnsonlcIIail,
AllbiotliertlngooilatniullngnfcCortllallj
invited.
JOHN HKUCir, N. O.
Jos llKJitiAS, Sec'y
Jinisostsv:
Ke'UlHi co'iiinuhlR'atlon o. While Motin
tain LodRo, Ko. li, A. F. & A. M. meet
Thursday's on or sticccclllhr ench ful
Moon. ' 8dJourt.iiig l!retltten lh gobd statftl
inccbrdlallyinvitoil.
UyojtloroftlioW.M.
-. C-A-JfitSlC,
nnn7tf Secretary.
UiLAl.MtATllM'HST, SO. 3.
I. 0. 0. h melita on the second and fourth
Frid.iy In eacJi month. Visiting brethren in
jrood standing cordially liu ited t) attend.
T ,, T . , J- " 1'AfioA, C. V,
T V Tr.iv Kwilib
Dealer
' sO S.n
i Ik SSz)
lite
1,-- ' , J.
wRtwas
i.L..Vl
SliSBMa
i KTtiS&l-U
'! (ftrlrlfinmi
'J- "'!,
J . . ir -LPSJ
m
SHBga i
ISl s
gli
eje
THE LEGEND OF EVIL.
llils Is tho foi-rouful filory
Told wben the t llllit falls.
And Ui6 monke) 8 w all; timctUcr
lloldlne each other's tails:
"Our fathers lived in tho forest;
roolleli Jieoplo vero the.
They went down lo thotohiland
Td tench the farmers to play.
"Our fothers frisked iu tho millet,
Otir faiuers skliipetl In tho wjicat.
Our fathers hung in tho brunches.
Our fathers danced In tho Mrcct.
'Tlion came the terrible fanners.
Kothing of piny they knew.
Only they taught our fathers
And set them to labor tool
"Set tlieln to woik in tho fornkud.
With l.Aa and sic kloe and nails!
iutlhcm In raudu ailed prisons
And cut otr their boautiful IaUs!
uNow w o enn watch our fathers,
Sullen niul bowed mid bid, -.'
fctooplng oier tho millet,
Stlrrlntr the silly mold.
"Drhingn fo)Hsll furivw,
Mcndlbtr a iiUUUly. yoke.
Sleeping lh inudatlod prison,
-.
cvccptng uivir ioou in smokw
J
"Wo UlftJ not speak to our fathers
for If llio farmers know
They Srould pome up to the forest
Anil sotMsto lubor to!"
Tlds is tho horrible story
Tpld as the twilight falls.
As the monkeys walk together
Holding each other's tails. .
-Itudard Kipling
Two MriWRo ISrothcrs.
It hail fthvtiys been tho bnbit id tho
Wftrtl family It two jelntivos difTorod
BtrotiRly to iirrango not to bo on speaking
terms. Dr. William G. Ward watt onco
asketl how much lie had known of libs fa
ther's first cousin, Sir Henry Ward. Ho
replied (juito gravely: "I only saw him
twice onco as a boy, whon lie oine to
see my father, and then again t had fen
interview with him about n matter of
business soon after I came into my prop
erty. We arranged at tho end of it not
to be on ujifAkiiiji; teruu." tpalte n supar
flou nrrnngemtsm, tia Sir Henry Ward
lived vt tint time in Ceylon, of wljich h
va& uoveWtor, and in fact never came
ugain to KnIand for a prolonged visit.
Dr. Wanl and bin brother Henry liad
been estranged for a year or ao, and one
night they met at the Haymarket thea
ter. Ench of them had for the moment
qnite forgotten the quarrel, and friendly
greeting -tasted, and they Iwd n talk
nbont the pbiy. Next morning otune a
letter from Henry Ward:
Dtun Wiijjjw-tn tho hurry at the mo
meal tonight 1 inUe fortjol Uuvt we kd ar
Vnnged to most a straimref, und 1 writs llito,
leat yon should iiibniwlcrstRnA nw, lossvylhat
1 thlni wo had better tuthero to oaraiTSUV.-v-ninf,
and I remain, dew William, your atteo-tkpiAte-brother,
Itiour WahO.
Dr. "SVard replied;
1.K.UI Ilpinr I, too, bad forgotten otir ar
raBmmcut. I agree wllh en Umt wt had bc
'tr keep to It, and 1 rwnulu your aHe-Mluiuai:
brother, TV. O. Wahu.
Sun 1'rr.iM.isoo Argonaut.
The Mplilsmlc of Liberty.
The idea cnilodiel in American insti
tutiona is tho most radical Hint ever took
the concrete shape of lejjWaUon. We
may ay, Wlthont being charged with a
boastful spirit, that wo liavo on the
vhole the liest govcrntnent on the planet.
That is to say, the government which
offen. the largest opportunities nntl pro
dncee the greatent amount of content
ment and proaperity.
It is a good thing for 100,000 of our
cltisena to visit Europe every aumtner ill
order to compare tho condition of affairs
abroad with that on jo.;, ed at home. And
it is 6rtfeld ussott lluttno man can travel
in England or Germany or I.tuwia or
Italy withont reaching the proud concln
sion that the American ilg represents
more popular i ights and n lucre advanced
political economy than any other stripof
bunting that floats in the breeze. Tho
tourist who reaches Sandy Hook aftor a
threoor bIx months' jourooy in foreign
landd without having hjis pulse jtmtpintO
tho nineties ought lo have been born in
Nova Zouib.a or Timbuctoo.- JTew York
Tclograra.
llnrinnny ami l.rndltlun.
There Is a iwpular fall-icy among par
ents tiint harmony means erudition, and
cniditioii of so abstruse a nature as to bo
quite lieyond tho reach of the very day
child and to bo reserved for tho Intel'
years after ho is grown up, if undertaken
nt all, and then chiefly when tho youth
or lquldcn ha what is called "talent,"
Aln the much abused word! How glad
ly would all artists banish it from the
vocabulary and from tho ears of the
American child! Harmony is only gram
mar, and grammar of such an entertain
ing kind that if rightly prchented it is
fuscinntiujj. and of u nattirt) no essential
that tho nautical noniiossensor of it,
young or old, is crippled. Harper's liA
ear. Wullcd Twenty Ycnra Tor n Solution,
A bit of pure and harmless mischief at
recitation atYa.owas tho device of a
member of tho class of 1872, who'intro
dticed at recitation n turtle covered by A
nowspnpor pasted onthosholl. Tho tutor
had too much prido to come down from
his jierch and polvo tho mystery of tho
nowspaper's circulation, but 0 yeare
after, meeting a member of thoclass, his
first and abrnpt question was, "Mr. W.,
what mado that paper move?" New
Haven Cor. Now Yoik Post.
Tho gold mines of Peru wrro so rich
that Ataliuallpa. to buy his ransom,
filled a room 23 by 17 feet to a height of
0 feet with goldeil Vessels. Whou melted
they produced $15,460,71.0 of gold.
Tho Yczidees, a peculiar Turkish sect,
cut off thb head of any one who inad
vertently speaks tho word "devil," "sa
tan"or" anything witli a similar moan
fng. ,
It is it timohonored custom in Quincy,
Fid., to salute a newly Uiarried couple by
firing n cannon. This la to remind them
that the battlo of lifohai fairly begun.
Ojstcrs Iteglnnltijr to Hud.
Some oyster shells 1ivq been drodged
up that, Vj'hon examined under tho ml
croscopo, revealed what Seemed to bd A
heavy not, although tho oystera are about
tho Bizo of tho head of a piu. The woo.th
er is perfect for n good set, and tliero is
no apparent leason why tlds should not
bo a good year for tho oystermcu. Now
Haven Palladium.
WHY BOOKS ARE CHEAP.
A aiaclilne That I'llnls nntl I'ulils Tlirca
Thousnnd llery Hour.
Thoro uro various rumoi-u nnd tales
floating about town among thoso in tho
business conefirninguomowondurfiil m.'t
chinory -er on tho west uido of tho city
in n certain monstrous bookmcking es
tablishment. Tlie "novel machfno" Is a large web
press similar to tho kintj newspapers nro
printed on, but arranged to take curved
ilectrotyties of each page of a book in
f lead of a f.iuglo largo motal cylinder
tasting. Thcro aro two cylinders, on
lach of which 144 jwges may be screwed,
and as tho long strip of paper goes
through, iirst ono side is printed and then
the other, making it ossible to print 288
pages at every revolution. The strip of
pajier, after being carried over rollers
which dry tho ink, is cut, folded and
brought together in tho shape of a small
volume, with tho edges all trimmed. Ev
ery time the great cylinder goes round a
novel is printed, folded and trimmed, and
6,000 of these are turned out ovory hour,
while, if it were necessary, 7,000 or 8,000
might bo tho quota.
From tho printing proes these books
aro carried to n littlo machine that looks
like n sewing machine, and two wire
stitchee are taken in tiie buck of each.
The stitched volumes are thou carried to
tho covering machino, where Ihoy aro put
side to side in a long fettling trough. At
the oud of litis is a little compartment
large enough to take a book, carried on
an endless chain running over wheels at
each end. Indeed, there are a series of
littlo compartments on this chain, and
as the chain moves along each one re
ceives n book. As the book proceeds a
wheel running in a gluepot promos
ngaittet it back, smearing it with glue.
A little further along there is a pile of
covers that comet) up at just the right
moment, leaving a cover sticking to the
gluey back of the book.
hi this way CO books cn lie covered
ovory minute. Two hundred and fifty
thousand of these paper covered novel
aro thus turned out every two weeks, and
oxtra editions of CO .000 or so are often
worked in beaides. New York Commer
cial Advertiser.
Tho I.ot KnglWi Itabblt.
Tiie game of the world is decreasing,
sad as new lauds aro opened to civilixa
tion ao it will get least and leas. Iu the
straggle for existence, Jlmre will be no
room for the sportsman. His require
ments will grow more modest as time
advances, but they will not be satisfied.
The last British wolf was killed in Euth
erlandshlre about the year 1700 by a nran
named Poison. Who will be handed
down to posterity as the slayer of the last
British rabbit? What a jiatbetic picture
might be drawn of the last cock pheas
ant! Perhaps some Macau lay of the far
distant future may astonish his readers
by his account of what went on in the
rural districts of Great Britain in tha
nineteenth century.
He would relate hovv, owing to the
scantiness of the papulation, men used to
shoot partridges and pheasants by the
thoutsa.nl on ground then and far gener
ations jHifit the sites of Immense towns;
telling how the great garden of England,
then mapped out into small tenements,
eash laboriously and minutely culti
vated, with no waste of wood or hedge
row, used iu thoso far away years to bo
fnriously riddeh over by hundreds of
horsemen in pursuit of an animal long
since extinct in the land and only known
to the curious in old books of natural
history. Maanillau's Magazine.
t'roncliSorrn fits ami Wealthy Shopkeepers,
Tho ono extravagance of dress of tho
French servant girl lies in having her
best gown mado by a dressmaker iustead
of making it herself. Hence her corsages
nlways fit Iter well, and her plain stuff
costume ha li degree of style about it
which she is fully capable of appreciat
ing. The ladies of the bo called bour
geois set the wives! mid daughters of
riolt shopkeepers and manufacturers
very rarely iudnlge In rich fashionable
toilets. Mme. Boucieaut, tho .foundress
of Hit) Bon Jtluruhe, was worth millions
upon millions. Always arrayed in black
silk or satin of excellent quality, but
mado in the plainest possible stylo, sha
looked to tho last hour of her hfo just
what 8ho was the greatest and richest
shopkeeper in Paris possibly, but still n
Bhopjfeoper, and ono that never triod U
lookliko anything different. When tho
daughter 'of Ouo of these Wealthy trades
people marries, her trousseau is usually
very superb, but tho famous masters of
tho art of dress aro seldom or never
called upon to exert their inventive tal
ents iu her Iwhalf. Lucy Harper in
Homo Journal.
How Air Resists n Irftcoronlltov
Experjnonjt niotli by llio scientists
appointed for that purpose!)- the French
government i-how that tho resistance of
the atmosphere to tho motion of a high
speed train oftpu amounts to half the to
tal resistance which the locomotive must
ovorcome. Two engines, of which tiie
troistanco was measured repeatedly and
found to bq JO pounds per ton at37 jitflos
per hpuS",' wer coupled togathe'r and
again tried.. In tho second trfhl tha re
sistance foil to 11 pounds per ton, tho
tecoud eligino being shielded from at
mospheric rcsistanco by tho first. It
strikes me that there is an idea for somo
invontor half unmasked iu this Item.
St. Louis B.erjublic.
Sulijtut Quito lixhiiustod.
They aro two vory clever newspaper
women, and one luisuro day lhey went
together to buy a rubber mackintosh for
ouo of them, which was necessitated by
tho exposure iu rainy weather consequent
upon lior businetvt.
Now, rndbkinfoshos nro rather high
priced, and there was good deal of lies
Uutiburftfr the purchase.
"Would it wear well?'
They were assured it would.
"Would it pjAU In tho scamr"
"Nover." '
"Was it absolutely waterproof?"
"It would withstand a cloudburst of
aiu."
Tho subject seemed oxhaiisted. tili
chey hitsUutou.
"Would it fdde In ths smt'f" Boston
fletiild.
Difficulty of gulling a lluat.
, Wntched from the wharf, a sailboat
seems an easy- sort of craft to manage.
The wind appears to do everything. Tho
casual guest of n skilled skipper likewiso
is apt to think that as his host takes
things bo easy it cannot bo so Very diffi
cult to handle u sailboat after all. Ho
regards tho warning of experience ns
based on tho jealousy of competition.
Lot him who thinks sailing a scienco
which its followers try to represent as
hard to learn becaubo they want to keep
it to themselves, tako a trick at tho helm
enco.
It looks easy to keep tho boat on her
course Your frleud vho takes you out
sailing barely touches the tiller once in
nwhilo. Somo day ho asks you to tako
the tiller while ho goes forward. He tells
yon to keep that spiro and that tall
chimney in lino. You tako the helm; you
do What you think you have teen himdo.
Tho chimney and thesteo'pioacttisif they
wcro bewitched. They positively will
notcomo into line. Yon observe in a
knowing tone, "She doesn't seem to
mind her helm." But sho is minding her
helm, and pretty boon you find out what
jibing means.
Host of the fatalities of summer sailing
aro duo to tho errors of tho man who
thinks sailing Is easy who Is confident
tliat ho knows all about it. hi reality
many a sea captain who can handle abig
ship without difficulty does not feel at
eoso in command of a sailboat. Boat
sailing is a course at tho Naval academy
in which tho cadets undergo arduous
training under tha most skilled instruct
ors. Boston Transcript.
The I'm, tha Ilndgcr and ltabblts.
The fox noses tho rabbits out nt times
and scratches them out. As to the badger,
what could be more delicate for his very
accommodating appetito than tender
young rabbits? They put flesh onto his
ribs after his fast often a long and com
pulsory one in winter. So ho digs for
them in tiie most businesslike manner,
just like a mole. He knows where they
aro tjsectly his nose tells him that and
in less than two minutes the fore part of
him is buried. All you will seo will bo
his hind legs working vigorously and a
lot of earth moving, But ho gets his
rabbits. Hungry stomachs are hard to
reason with. The Iwidger is, I know, a
a rule, nocturnal iu his habits, so is a
fox; but where the places that they f:e
quontare quiet and aecluded thoy will at
times hunt by day for their food. A
vixen and her mate at times reverse tho
order of tiuugs. Like humans, wood
land wild creatures are governed by cir
cumstances. I have at different times mot with the
foxand the Wlger In spots where I cer
tainly did not expect to see them. And
when I have gone where, according to
my reckoning, they ought to have been
so far as locality could be relied on
they were not there. Very contradic
tory experiences one has iu lookiug for
wild things. Blackwood's Magazine.
The Habit if Cnrrlonsncss.
In youth men are self reliant, self as
sertive and self sufficient. Soon they
find themselves mistaken, ititssibly in lit
tle things at first, for the fact is they are
still small in knowledge ami influence.
Hence the chagrin of the first errancy is
Bt'ftMiied by the leflection that its conse
quences cannot work much horni. Too
often they fail to emphasize the impor
tance of the ralue of their utterances as
their personal influences widen. Hence
their testimony without etiilitient proof
for themselves begins to work mischief
fot tithers. Then follow surprises, mis
understandings, alienations, crimina
tions, heartachos and occasionally some
tliing worso. Friendships are broken( in
tegrity is wounded, confidence is shaken,
human testimony is suspected.
Now all this is not tho result chiefly
of any essentially bad trait in human
nature. It arises rather from careless
ness and a sort of insincere habit of con
doning the fault on tho p-ore Of personal
inigiiiflcanco. "Oh, t didn't mean it!"
covers A multitude of these sin among
our younger friends. But, nku. "younger
friends" soon grow into midlife, and tho
careless habit, once indulged, barnacles
itself uponnge. Boston Commonwealth.
Hubert Louis StcveiisoiiN Story Writing.
Mr. R. L. Stevenson r-iiys that lie 'be
gins work every morning at 0 o'clock
and sometimes keeps at it all day in spite
of on impression that threo hours of
Writing is enough. "I am a laborious
writer," ho avers, thereby encouraging
tho worthy band Whoso motto is "Lalor
Omnia Vincit" nnd who lmvo faith that
nothing is beyond tho retiMt of hard work.
But struightway he da6lics their hopes
when ho says, "I inherit ntosto for story
telling from my father, who used to tell a
story every night beforo ho went to tied."
Is not that a mot unfair advantage for
a romancer to tako of his contemporaries,
to burst upon the current story market
with tho prodigious endowment of dp
scent from n Scotchman wljtj put 6? inpro
lovopf yarning was Used lo tell a story
every Ijight? Frankly it seems a worso
blow to Ordinary competitive endeavor
than for nn Astor to tako up the busi
ness of publishing magazines. Harper's
Weekly.
His Carrlngo Driven by Niipjilhn.
C. L. Siiuoud of Lynn has made a
steam carriago for Jih uvutiia that will
lnako 10 milos an hour. Tho carriago
weighs only 400 iwunds nnd can carry
two porsons at a time. It lias tho ap
poaranco of an ordinary carriage in
ffout, except there aro no provisions
biado for a horao. The wheels nro of cy
cle make nnd aro four in tliiuiber. Tho
hind wheels aro 48 inches, and tho front
wheels aro SO inchos, villi rubber tires.
Tho boiler and engine aie just in the
rear of tho seat and gi . e tho carriage the
appearance of a firo l';igine. Tho steam
tcnerAtosinWh.it is called a porcupine
boiler, which weiglis 100 pounds. Tho
steam is made by naphtha flames from
three jots. Tho naphtha is kept in a cyl
inder, enough to last for 'seven hours,
nnd thcro i? water tank that will hold
10 gallon!. Thb steering part consists
p a crank wheel on tho footbonrdi. to
that the eugineer can steer ond htteud lb
tho cngino t Hit caino lime. Boston
Letter.
Escaped t-lon Oa Jtght by an iilepliunt.
An exciting and remarkdbto jftfene oct
fiurred yjeiterday at Barnsley1. ftvher
Day's menagerie- is being e.hibitedj
the manager states that about 4 o'clock
Bartlett, tho keeper, accidentally lettJ;ho
door of a cage containing young lions uur
fastened. Bartlett wai afterward sur
prised to see one of tho iiorjs.IoosiJ. Hap
pily no Spectators were in tho show at
tho time. The keeper immediately armed
himself and rent for aid. titanic fcar
tridges vre fired to keep the lion at bay-.
Luckily, it came VHhin,reach of a power
ful elephant named Juinbo Hyrcho was
fenced oil by means of ropes and stakei
in btlO corner of the ehovv. The efepharjt
seized the liort with tiis trunk round the
body, and placing his foot upon hint
held him down. Tho keepers, who had
feecured ropos, noosed them, and putting
them on tho lion's legs , secttjl. .and
dragged him into tho cage. .Vestmiti
ster Gazette
The future or the West Indies. .
As a field for colonization by Euroj
peans and more particularly by British
settlers tho West Indies fcaniiot recom
mended. On the loftiest slopes bf tho
Blue mountains of Jamaica a limited
area may perhaps bo found where a
northern race might enjoy a suitable
'clltnalu. In thte lowland Senear thesoA
tho whito man could not li've and w'orkl
Iu tho highlands of tho interior, work
ing in the morning and evening, he could
easily accomplish seven hours a day of
hard labor.
Jamaica is an island in which tho eaS
periuient of colonization for our surplus,
population might safely be tried ttft a
small Stale. Tho promoters o the Vail
way now being constructed, partially oA
the land grant scheme, would probably
bo glad to co-operate In carrying out a
project of the uaturo indicated. In the
Cayman islands, with 4,322 inhabitants
tVo populatious aro to bo seen side by
side. The whito population number
1,002. the colored 1,728, and the' blacfe
092. Tho whites havo been settled mor
than a tcutury, and havo been a thriving
and igorons people It is an important
fact to notice that a mixed ooolorett
race cannot perpetuate itself. The chil
dren aro wanting in stamina dud consti
tution. ,
Taking a broad view, the? o lovely is
lands aro only suited to a tropical rac$
tuch as tho negroes, and for these they
may bo made an earthly pa'raUl, , Lea
to themselves tho pepplo might rapidly
degenerate. Under British rule wo may,
in a not distant future, confidently hopo
to seo tho block population of our West
India islands living In jirospetous cir
cumtncer, with all the marKebf till
Ufarld onen to their useful tiroduets.
good customers to the Britisli manufac
turer, bound to the British empire by thj
strongest ties of gratitude, and raised tk
a condition of enlightenment and ci im
itation only as yet attained by a tev men
who have been greatly favorjwL Lord.
Brossey in Fortnightly Renew.
Hut Her Dream Was Ilcallzcd.
Once upon n tiino a srl was seized
vith the bicycle mania. TUat wgs thre?
years ago, when mammas werenrtquito
so liberal Grinded as they aro now. A.
rich aunt threatened to disown tier, and
the rest of tho relatives raised a chorus
of disapproval whenever she mentioned
the subject. For the Mike of peaco nnd
quiet the, deal?-, feelf feacnficinggirl gave
lij. llio uicycle idea, although every sea
son sho suffered terribly whenever sh$
tsawa girl ou a wheel. About a week
ago sho asserted her rights and took hef
savings for three years ond invested
them in a bicycle. Every morning slid
disappeared for several bdurs and re
turned homo with bandaged fingers, torn
skirts, a banged iu hat, a sour tempr
and a painful limp.
Yesterday sho invited tho family to
assemble at a certain riding school tosed
her perform. Bite hinlbly mounted., spun
a&'und the hall twice, jumped (iff and
on with tho agility of a young kitten
nnd excited tho admiration of tho wholo
crowd.
Then somo officious person 'said, "Q6
around tho other way." ,
Sho had always practiced in the oho
direction, but such a tnflodid not worry
her; so sho wheeled around and rodo oft
like a runaway cable car. When she ar
rived at the first turn, thero was n terri
ble crash, a shriek", a resounding craclt
mado by her head :oniin in contact
with tho floori nnd then all was still.
Thjj fumily had her taken home in'aii'
aju.fculanco, and sho has already inadd
arrangements to havo tho machineV
pitched up and sold at half prlcjk'
It only cost her about $12o to have her"
dream realizedi-Cllicogo Record.'
Lucrative Honesty.
"Oh, Tonl,',' said a young wifo to her
husband, "I found a truly honest mail
this morning."
"Itl'deed?" said ho, laughing ironically.
"Yes, I did," sho said. "He was' k
tramp oh, so dirty and raggl.it and slctt
looking and niiseral!.'e( Hecamo around
the back way and begged me in thJ
touchingest tonoof voice just to give
him unV bid coat or trousers, so that ho
rtJuid throw away his rags and be a llt
tlo cleaner so I gavo him that old blacft
coat of yours." .,
"Hm-m-m-m!" said Tora raising his
brows critically.
"Now don't say 'Hm-m-m!' that vnyjn
pouted his wife", "for beforo ho had beeii
gono 10 miuUtes ho camo back all bul or
breath, and what do you thinki'
"Asked for a vest and hat td suit tlie1
boat," growled Tom.
"No. sir," proudly exclaimed Mrs".
Tom. "No, sir ho camo to brin back
a $3 bill ho found In tho inf ido pocket',
where you had forgotten it last summer.
There, wasn't that honest?" " ,
"Yes-s-s," said Tom sirhvly. "What
did yon givo liiirt for it?" ,
"I thtrtlglit such unusual honesty was
worth a dollar, so I givo it to him.Sucll
honesty deserves reward, I'm sufe'.".
"I supposo it does," said .Toni, with &
lugubrious look, 03 he reached out hi!
hand Tor tho Mil. "Only yon see, wlfcyj
I never carried money in my llisjdflpock
et iu my life, and"
Sho oaught her breatli.
"Ibis blanked bill is a rank codn--terfeit
that'sall." Cincinnati CoMlteS.
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