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jhe Somerset Herald.
ESI AI'.I.IMIEO l-cr.
Term of Publication
...xl eery Wednesday morning at
,, if uilJ iu advance, otherwise
,4,.,:, invariahly l .liaised.
lw,.ri.ii.ii wiil discontinued until
,-irif 1,v I""''1 ,'s----a-'"u'r -
ui notify us w lieu subscribers do not
" r naper will be held respoaBikle
steo::t n-''
l-rirllm.
, niK.: removing from one rxjstofflc to
l r .li.xi'.'- " vt" "s ,1!""e " t,,e t"nam
a 1 r,-w'"1 -'--'- Addresa
' XHK -st.at.HSKT HERALD,
so KKsirr. l'a.
I 1 1 I lV.lV a' i Xt'TAKY 1TBLIC.
v. -
Somerset, I'j
t !'vv t elire-tu 4 Kill pel.
litis l' MKYKKS,
V AlH'U.NKV-AT-l.AW,
-,, .-,.'t's Somerset, l'cu
la I'-ii'""1---"'
u. 2d rh.r.
,,. i tcrti-I.d to his rare w ill be it-
A '1' '.. . .. .hi n.- and lldcllll.
111. v'-"l-' "
. . : i . i 1 .
...i- i . w n I .t t-.it
nAV i WALK Kit,
m . FYS-AT-I.A W.
and M'TAKY I't lM",
sonii rst t, I'a.
,v-.;. i-mit House.
J "H p.. s I'LL,
X... IT;. Fount. St., ritlfburs, la
UV l.l.l.n i
' AliMl.-NEY-AT-LAW,
. Si. .. IX.
.. -i . i - i. v
..raU-vi-Ki-lier Store.
hi UIVLV M. DIIKKLLY,
til A 1 iVUX rA -a l -la W,
I Somerset, l'a.
v in Ki i t National iiaiik.
A.
C. HiiLPdlKT,
. i-i. ...x . V.1T.U W
, J..lm 11. Vbl.
GIVKCK K. SCFLL,
.MIuliM-l-Al-UW,
Somerset, l'a.
i-i:n. w. kikskckiik,
' An..i:M-.-A-LAW,
Somerset, 1'a.
. ,- :n r.-iiiunt; lleux- Kw, iMte Court
Haii-e.
T II. SCOTT,
J , Al iVilNDY-AT-UW,
Somerset, l'a.
j. Kttosr.ii,
All (.'li- fcl-AI ,
Soiiiermt, l'a.
II. K''NT
J. U. OOLE.
, ,iV!7 A- m;I.Iv.
jV Ari'..iit.vs-Ar-L.w, '
NimrN t, l a.
W -r.i- jir.:ul! atti-iitiu to business eti-u-ttii't"'
In. ir ;m in somerset and:iUjoiiiiU($
nl::."-- ' 111 1 iii ii. . . .... ..v -,'i
iv i...uri ii-iui.
"ALKXTIXK HAY,
Allvlifc-Al-U.,
Somerset, la.
, Ik-il, r in K-5il Uite. Will tu-iid to
i.ii.;n-- rrnrw-leJ to lu4re ita irouit-
LT. ih.i !il. ill.V.
TiiHX II- I'HL,
tj A i lotKY-AT-L-W,
Sometx-t, l'a.
W:!! j-r. ii.i'T i v nlteii.l to all buim-s en--i
i linn.' M-iiiey uOvaiH-it mii colleo
- . JL-'. IMlii-l- ill .Miiliillliritl llioek.
j'
UilN O. K1MMEL,
All UI i tl-Al S f
V i'A ;.T-il t all Hutiwsri i-titru-U-U t hit
JAM KS I l'l'till,
0 Al'ioi;MuY-AT-LAV,
Somerset, l'a.
"Siviii Mammoth l'loek. up Miiirs. Kn--i;i.i
en Main i.il'x-t. t'iilix-tillf
Hfi i. . i-it7. -Kieit. tli ie -Xalitilled, and ult
:-l-;:i-- ulU-Ud-.il to Willi prollipllioi
i l i.uli'.v.
Lv. j. o i.i:- ::s. L. f. oji.isJitN.
j vtl.KtlUN A ( tHJM)llX.
jV a n t ys-a mw,
1 A Luwii.M entrusted to our -a!e ill be
1 -ill!; .. and ta.iiiiuiiv ut:.caded Ui. t'olUxs
1 !. Uu..l ill SollielX , -lltrd 11 n J MtJOIIl-
l i-ow.iiii-. siirwynij; aiiil eouvejaneiuK
a vli rMMiu.ili.e telUi.
I ItAKIi,
Ai n. .RXEY-AT-LAW,
Sllllel, l'a.
W.il i.r.KMi.e ill Soiner t and adjoining
j:i;... AiMiitii- nirunu-o 10 uiu win
i-ii -r.-'int-t un.-uiiou.
li. ( rH;i'TH. V. II. Ill Tl'KL.
r ti iL'L'lu l'i-II C. lt'IIl-'l
'I I 1 '111 tX III A 1
j An.nM:s-Ai-uv,
s.iinerwt, l'a.
Ail t.uiin-w eiitni1ed to their eare w ill lie
i-i -A ali.l )UUt-.Uaily ullellded to. liiiev
M.u t iiim. h;ix-t, otM-ile MaiuiiHiLli
W. ( AlIOTHKIiS, M. I.,
I'lllMl'IAX ami si lUiKoN",
Soiiu ix-t, l'a.
t' on ratriot Street. ur.ir H. IL SLatiotu
w iil c:! at oltli-e.
i y.i r. f. siiAFrKii,
AJ l'lnHlA.N amiSI"K;KOX.
S,mieri t, l'a.
T L.i.!x In?. pruf.-sMonai jM'rieif- ti tiiu citi
ii. u; ..iii.-:, ; kiiiI lleiultv. x'lliee llet
jrUM i.'liilia ; ial Hotel.
5)
l J. M. LOUTH
1 11 Yit IAN ash sl'IKiKON,
ii .via llain tn.-:, rturof Irug More.
yi II. S. KIMMLLL,
1 T. i. !! lis r..r.-i--i..ual wrx iy to the eiti-
hi -.iiierei ami vieiuiiy. I nl ir
- .:.. ! y Hi .i.'t-i h'- -a:i t- found al Ilia of-
ila.u t-i-l of iiiamoiid.
T)'l J. S.MfMILLKX,
i;i atti ntinn to the preservation
"- '..tr.u !-. :u. Arlitu-ial -ti iliM-rliil.
" nli..!i. -a;,rant.-d wit iUetiry. 'lhee
''!!! mer I- II. lul Jt 'i'S lor-,
'a.r il.,m r.... I'atriot i-lreelit.
x. . II. OjFFKoTII,
Kuneral Director.
;:ha-inj Main Cross St. IU-siileint',
4l Pat riot Su
y i'
!"" iu. r.
J. F. IV-aeev.
Real
Estate and Collecting
Agency.
Vn.j: to liuy or m 11 fannsortown
i.erv'-t eiiuiity or eisi wliere. ar,
1. at .iuriiill.1- in kn. 'i--r t.o-k.
1. 11. .11 will l, Ch,ii to ail uuiil lii
idn.tf im.-e- ami l.-alli.i o( .ro-
e e'tel.e H tmim-tlt ..tklll). to re-
sW KMV.K1: A llrOM II Y,
KueiM-r liliH-k.
SollKT-et, l'a.
I- r- .
r. r:,
lie...
lil.W i-r.
Oils! Oils!
o
? ;"' V!'aiiltr If. .11. .!.... .... mi:.. t.
' i'"'i.irv. fa., mat.. a M-eiallv rf
'iai..i:aeliiiuit f,,r tl. In.huuc
trade in,- rim-!.t brand of
laminating & Lubricating Oils
XapMha & Gasoline,
m:m.iiii.iriNi,iili every known
Product of Petroleum
f yu wi,h the most uniformly
Satisfactory Oils
IX T1IK
-A-merican Farket,
ftuurs. Tmdr for Somerset and vieiul-
ty suppUeil l.y
"'K A ISKKKITS and
.UUt KUOSKH,
bwoicriet, ra.
1 he
VOL. XL1V. NO.
-The
'First National Ml
Somerset, Penn'a.
Capital, 850,000.
Surplus, 518,000.
OEPOSITS RECCIVCOIN LARGE AI0a1Ll
AMOUNTS. PAYABLE OH DEMAND.
ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS. FARMERS.
STOCK DEALERS, AND OTHERS SOLICITED
DISCOUNTS DAILY.
BO A I ID OF DlKIXTOli-S.
LAlirK M. IIU'KS, (iEO. R. St TI.L,
JA.MKS U l'l till, W. II. MIIXKlt,
JOHN 11. St OTT. Hoirr. S. St l LU
FKKII W. lUKSEx KKK.
KPWAnn scriJs : : rui-iiENT.
VALFXTIXK HAY, : VlfK I RiU KXT.
HAUVKY M. IIF.UKI.KY, . CASUIEIL
Tlie funds and securities of this liank nre e-
eurely initeetel in a eelebr.ited CoKl.lss Ul'K
tiLAK riciMtr SAt- K. The only safe made abso
lutely buiViar-l rout.
Tte Somerset tetv Ife
OF SOMERSET PA.
x-.-
EttabibM, 1877. 0'sz Rsttor.ii, 1890
a j
CAPITAL, $50,0001
SURPLUS AND UN- j
DIVIDED PROFITS S1 6,000. !
Chas. I. Harrison. Pres't.
Wm. H. Koontz, Vice Pres't.
Milton J. Pritts, Cashier.
Directors:
SAMI F.I. SXYMJl, AVM. KXIsI.:Y.
JusIAII sI'Kt MT, Jo.NAS M. K,
JUllX II. SNYI'Klt, JtiHX STl'I Kr.
''ri-
MII.I.I.R, j
Jllsr.l II li. 1.I. .iiaii ..ai.l.r.a, j
HAKi'sISiiX SXYl'KR, JKlii M F SHUT,
SAM. It. HAKKISOX.
rustoiners of this iciiik will ri-ive the m.Kt ;
liin-ral in-at titroiisistent ilhsnieliikiinr. ;
I'arii-s wishing to miuI mon-y iist or -st
run BtoiuiiHMLiU-d by draft for any
n?i.oiit;t.
t. n. -e . ml x-ii 1 ii.ilil.i s. ell ixit 1.V nilli lT I lux.
liold's eelehnileil sah-s, Willi most improved i
II I lie iv .
'oll-t!on made in nil tKtrts of the I tilled
Stales. I 'hiire.-s iniNlenti'.
Accounts and UeMistts .olH-:toi.
Wild & Anderson,
Iron & Brass Founders,
Engineers and Machinists and Tnin
Builders.
-M.iiiufa-lurei. of-
COAL CAR WHEELS and AXLES.
Xev ami seiil-Ii:ii'l Maeliiiiory,
Shuflinj;, 1 lungers ami l'lilieys,
ItijiH-tors. l,u'.ri-ators
'iite. ILte.
ERECTING OF MACHINERY A SPECWUY
Strictly First-Class Work Guaranteed.
Shop on r.matl SU, near IW'i.t
Johnstown, - - Pa.
TE ART AMATEUR. !
Eeit and Largest Practical Art
Magazine.
(The only Art Terlodieal aTaidl a Mrdu! at the
Inw!uc.-u In nil n.i ih ! "ir I'.r.'iii nrl
v: 1 1 MUls f.Vl'r ktrvir b u..f"l
rUn lUC, wewi'lwndioanTone a fC
uieiiib lot e lhi 1 rilioii a sjni-i J I I
PH-n -oir. with f.tti ro'or pia' III
!f.irco;.v'iiif o-lrmnine and suwle A S
luecury se bbi(H 1s'
S.VJ. Or
rnn OC will send l- "Painting j
lUn ZDC. 10r nedirinorw 'tncges). J
MONTAGUE MAPKS, 23 Union Squar. j
New York.
inform mo nonnwn
HnllOliU UUU f ill ti I in l i
A SPECIALTY.
IIAHHV 31. BEXSHOFF,
MANUFACTURING STATIONER
-AXI
BLANK BOOK MAKER
HAXXAM HLOCK,
BANK
Johnstovrn,
Pa.
2.
Jl r. A. . lfacrnport
Impure Blood
CaascJ tire Itil mn aay fare d acrk.
1 was told to take Hood's Sorsaporilla faithful-
-f ood's Sg-
h par Ilia
It. And after using 3 "V- r.
l-ottlcs was liffo from m U.i
U eruptions. I am pr-
fectly cured aod in f i- VSr
eelleiit licalth. A. J. T)Avr.M-onr. Milton, X. J.
l'Hood'S Pili3 are purely TcsetaMe and da
But purae, palu or grij. Try a box. 25c.
Campbell
AND
Smith
Po you read our aJveitisc
mcnts in all tlic I'iit.sbarirTi Daily
raj)ors? If not. tl-j so. It will jiay
you. and llic iadaoeiiioats olToreJ
will icr.-udJc you either to visit
our Great Pry Goods Etalii.-h-mcntj
or order by mail.
j You will find we atuav lave
I the good just as advertised and at
rcc named .
We hare i9 PKIWRTM FAT.S
aii up to date in si vie, and coritain-
mg goodi at lower juiees than you
can find them eLcwhere.
Departments:
i Carjicts-,
Wash Gojd--,
Linen Good?,
Pomostios-,
Jlillinery,
I.adio.s' Under
wear, Curtains
Funiitnre.
Cloak
l,,ah- ,
MIKS
i Pre.-s Good.-.
n.Mitj" Piii-iaJi T oKov" Iln
"v.no ......... .....x.
nigs,
Triinir.ii!";,
Lining?,
Infant's Wear,
Small Ware.s,
IaCC Goods,
Ait Gocd
Neckwear,
: Croeko'y, Umbrellas,
; House Furi: Mi- Parasols.
ings, Slices,
Toilet Goods, Corsets.
Our NEW THUftK DEPART
MENT is a great Success. 'Why?
Low Prices.
FIFTH AVEKUE,
Between Wood & Smithfield Streets,
PITTSBURC. PA.
Jacob D. Swank,
Watchmaker find Jeweler,
l
j Next Door West of Lutheran Church,
Somerset, - Pa.
I Am Now
lrei.:ireil to Mil'ldy the jdiMic
with fl.K-Jvs, Wate-htu, an.l Jow
t lry of till ile. r:iili'iw, as Cbettp
as tin- Clieaift.
UEPAIIUXO A
SPECIALTY.
p1. IX'k almy
rf.M.k iH-fonMiiakliipy.
jiir-h:ii,s
J. D. SWANK.
A. H. HUSTON,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
A GOOD HEARSE,
nd evtrjtlting jicrtainin? to fi'iu ral fUru-
SOMERSET - - Pa
J jl JL J v Jl k3 vy li
SOMERSET,
Whea I Tuck ia Eeautj's Shevcs.
I, ul-.oofl nt fr.-aks of fa-hion,
A! the marvels: la mode.
Have iiivei'hetl iii prixM-:iud vera-, t.jo,
Xo-.r iri frra rili-i.-Kl-;
I who've shot at Folly llyiii".
And jNilced f'-:i at nil of Fve's
FiKiiish d.-iinilo- r, pry ''-e-ivi !"
Win n I laelv iu ikauty's ..l.x'V.s.
Tho' t!w- wor-t of all the hij'i-i-rs
Fwoliioii everdM dt sl--n
To!is!ert lla-falr ir.i;iitio!ii
I if the liiiiitaii form divine
Ti:eM.-tn!oousiiliit lees of lnt;t!on
l ji-!i exen-s.-nee now reeeivi-s
S"ot;n t!iiiu liken i-nislii-lioo.
When I :u. in !:i-iir's v.s.
'1 !:o" I've Viiv.-iil fh' Rr,.";i i:t:N-ii:i. e
Wi n:nt in . tin-, . I ia'iit. -tirowin
evts 's-nitist whose im lim e
W e W.-ie la li:,i to lcosj.tle
Now that Ilutnor s,iy I'. -y'.e s. r.ti m-i-d,
le-:if!y liiMiniv-.!. lov in-.iri 11 1 ri ves
l !:o-li !! r. t oil!. ;-i:iT'-.;-ii ini- r,
Wle-ii 1 tu.-li in I' s sleevs.
Y.'in-n s!ii-eries on! : n I. y'.y lu-li lne f
A-. s!ie s? r'l-.' Ii-s hard within
One big si. .-v.- io lack another
Ami I try to I 1" -In
T'O'l" how I've Ik VII In-;'! ieli'h-'I
I!y the fashion. l,v. W.U M s
They v.ere made for him to hi U in.
Vv iaii 1 tu. k in l'--;ul "s -! i v. s.
I'iessV. evi-rhej-r, I wond.-r,
lb i my h..M-t .'. i-;t-n-i.it
Win ii I si.u au.-.y lli-. ti.ii."
Of l.iT-i.;s an.! thi ll timtr
1 s.- ie.-r own In ai : t er v.--i ni h. r
What loiid dnaiiis n.y f.im-.v weaves,
IIom iry i;n:is just aela- to hi: h.r.
Win n I uicii io l;;au'y's s', -ei-s.
.'!' :.! t.l'Jtr.
Ml VERSUS AMBITION.
J::ck llali.'ts i:ev r was -o;triil ivd :t
Ii;i':t!o:tio I. mil, j.s li:'.inlso!iie !l!fil ..,
I'dt Vt ry'mxly, !1 ii:t'l y.niiijr, i;k--i
his iri:'!t id '.it- t.ws :iml s.iiniy .--iiiie.
ii..' 'o;i'nl lie, ii.,st of iii;,-h wt auil,
ami tiiis fart wa.i .!.' of Iih scMsUIvo
jHiiais.
It sf.-mol str-iu;;.', lm, thr.t of till Uiv
irirL-i in the wirll Iu- s'.ioui.l fail in low
wltli lioi-oiliy ili!!.
Ni.ttn.it siif a- :iiiyliiii) i.'.if U
wi'vljljily i'ivtty, :i;!'i woiiliy Iiis
a lurnti i:'., l;it sho ;:ul Ikvii t.iWi n fri i i
iief .!-elliV iio'le.' t i T.:!-.' tiif .t!ati:tl
o.K'nfa very v,i -:it!:y :ui! t, aiol l'.iis
aunt rjTu-il Doroiity i.i i.mko :t I.iil
liaut ni.iriia.', :i- a-..rt of return fi r
:i!l tlif j.re f-.-i kiioiiu--.
That silf Wo'.lI.J il"! was the- liri:i
t-.iiivictioii .f ail l: f fl it ii. N, c,-t
Jack Daila.s, h, i;o: .viilistaiulin t he?
nniiiy warninrs fr.sn 1 Hirotliy's rejee!
fd suitor-, ::!'. li-i".i-voil lliat l..vi- was
t'Verythitijr in this wtu'il, :t:il that I;;r
otliy v.i'til'l think t lit- s;it:v as hf liil,
iievt r ri'f'..iii:n;4 u;Miia woman's ani-
hilioll.
lie asvak'.' from liis irea:njivi!ii kn-n-t-st
iai!l.
It w;ls A iv of Dorothy's K-jart-ure
f..r llii sJ-..-!nre, :t : I Jack call
fll to rxiy t; i . !-iy.
n.'foiv l 'avin ills r -ins he i;: l
i:ia-le t!:v ir::i r-o!uiin to k.f his
1 v locke.l safely iu his own l;c:;rt. Int
xomvh.e.v he cii l.il i:i a-k'e-.j; Mi-s I -r-othy
to U-i.mc his wife.
Sho s...-.5i-.J his fat.' wi'It twocrih l
Ji!t!e w.r.ls, "I cannot," '-.it '. tiv-l n -t
iv.;ii tin-ih-j:.ir in liis face.
It was a jH cali.'ir aiisv( r, ami -t- t:i-.
ill iii-;.iisl that it Was iheolily IVJ'Iy
she iii- ant io :u::kc.
If s,niio on,' hal st rack Jack an tin-osjKi-l-.il
Mow tin- oli'.-ct coiih! not have
1ki :i ni-.r.- utterly ra-iii;i:r.
His features tw iieiu . sjann lieaily
f r a moment, an.l tin-it horn-ovor.il
hin:- If sufficiently t;i hi.h- his hitter
(li-a;.;siiiitineiii.
"I tiiank you f..r yo'.irfraiikin -s," he
s;:i. to her, while she t;a..il o-iti-ftlic
win. low, ami l:o i:.l not v t!ie utu-r
t J.-Sir in h r t.rnv. ii cyi-s an.l -.;:iin-iie.1
iii tlH"-a:ic- tone of oie,. ; -if yon
ha-1 li-e:i h-ss cpk-I ii woahl iiave l.et-it
har-.iiT to l-.-ar. I sij.is- there is
ii-.thin forme ! K'.it to .lej.art
r;:.vfully an-1 inako room for-miic
other jeKir f.'l! iw or, ratlu-r, :i rich
one."
A iliish of shaiiic coloivil hcrfaivan.l
she turini! t him with a pair .f il !i
alit cyos, hut, stt-inur i;is fa-. s.i full of
sorrow, lier 1 x-k sofu-nni. Smio
i;iil j.roniidc'l her to lv a little luoro
h'.iniaiie.
'I know vi',at I .-ia thr-ni iiij: away.
A heart of i'..M f-r :iiiiliti-ii s iiu-re.-li.try
lis t I shtal.l. r to ii:"i:k of ii. out
Jack, if you knew how I have livcil in
poverty, ati-1 how I lir.vo l::'.tel it, you
o i!il hav.- some pity for in.'. My
at:nt, after an a;. peal to her jkm ki-t-Ixvok,
ttr.-.i!- ilmvil t.i jn.esliuaie o.ir
true (iiiuliii-m, an.l, n-.-iii my face,
tho'i-ht it w.u;ll he a pr.-tty or:ia::ie!it
fi -r ln-r ir;iv.iii;;-iiwim. Iain cxi'n-te.l
!o s, ;1 it to the iiil:o-t 1M.I. r. l-'or.i'-
me, Jack, hut yo-.i are not the highest
l.i.l-ler.''
A siifiht .- iif r sjs.o.il t!.. '. ea'dy of
her nioiith, iiu.i she pii.-he-l hack her
hair witli a jrest;;re that t'-Mhisu j.ia::i
or than wcrls how much she hatcl
lursilf.
If Jack l-.:.-l Inn a little more oon
oi iicil ho r.iight have known her in
tense love f..r him, lust uicii ares.iia.
tinies wry .stupM.
He took her hanil an-l hci.l it gently
in hisan 1 j-riK-ei-.l- -ho r ;cl h- rac.irtai:)
lecture, when he o-iL'ht to have cla. piil
her in his arms r.ml il.-;ii:.i!l.il the
prixo.
"Dorothy, many women have luar
rini jist as you are ooim; to iio, eri vin
to the Werl! a greater share of ini-ery
titan it th-serve-.. lon't 1 it, li:lle
one. ! il i not wish to prophesy any ill
wi'i.ls, I-tit I ! he'iw you will crave
sonicthin-j; nmr.' than lucro wealth.
You may not l-ive nit', hut when you
J. love you will forgot all a!sut t-iis
unihi'ion, :t:nl U- what i.nl inten.L.l
you a lovatdo woinati. 0,1 may tniiirv
now that money is everything, h-tt
when you jirow uM, w!i:.t is :u -re U-a i
tiful, more jirccioiis, than to know there
is one dear heart that has l.atileil l!i
worhl for yo:ir ako au-l loves yo'i to
the t-ii.l? Tlien, too, .some tn-ci.kiit
ini'ht mar tho lieauty you ar- s-ijimu 1
of an.l t-ii'l forever your juans fora
hrilliant marriairo an-l yet, oven then,
my love- jiui'.il ncv-r change.''
His voic- liit'.iiiie htt-ky, anil not
trust in;: hiin-'elf to say ;-.ny more, or
awaiiiii!? (in' eH'cct of his wor.Is, ho
hiinied from t tie room.
He lil not ln-ir his nrime eul'eil nor
tho t-reat soli whi.-h foliownl. h-..t jias
t .1 ilown the hail an.l walkol out into
the siiinnn-r .-uiisliinc
Dorothy, as if ti-iiijuii'.st f.ito, onl. rc.l
Ler carriage, au.l, iit hoxilingol.l IVr-
ESTABLISHED 1S27.
PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2(, 1805.
kins's caution aliout the horse, thove
down the avenue.
Tho horse, like all knowing ones.
f.-'t the recklessness in the driver's
heart.
Faster ami faster he went, until with
a taste of the turf in his veins, Prince
put Dorothy's life in jcojiardy. She
tstw tho trench iu tho road too lalo,
and, with a pSori-i:i cry, she was dash
out iijio!, the drive.
Alas for a worldly marriage !
to :itle hands arr':ed her home, and
Dr. Morton ti I t;ji ti-,e l.rui-ml he.-.-l
:v.Ti ra.-hut ilie I.I khI from the cuts
UjHUi her fai-e.
lK.rotiiy was hroaht to conseio-.i.
ness l.y tiie severe pain and startling
wor.Is ;
'-.-'earr.il for life !-'
Did sin- di'cam it ?
No, f ir wh-n she asV.t-1 f.,r a mirror
she was H.-it ly n-f-t-o-!, an-l that was
co:ivi tion of itself.
Jack's W011U had cone; true. There
she lay, .shorn of her h ao.ty, and Mr.
YYyvii'.o, tiie niillionaire, wailing for
hi aiis-A cr.
Then !.ke wini' ci'Ui'slmjthr.uieh her
veins eaiiie Hie yro:t and ovc'(owcriii:
love of her life. She tri.-.l to kivji it
l a:l:, I t:t it t'i.ole.l lier ii.-ai t Mid .sold
w ii ii s;.i-hir.o. It dr.iwsicd the npiisy
of her wotiinls, and slie sank into d. !i
riiim, front which she did not wake f.r
m:i!i davx.
It w:is tho third wetk after (lie acci
dc!.t. Dovtthy was sittiii near the
lihrary v. iml .w. Now' and then she
dulieod at s !-'tU-r lyhl ujoti In-rlap,
and rea Mime of its p-avxt-rejiwith 00:1-
! n-i.Mit.
''So sorry i ;.r of your sad acci
dent," was one, and another: "Int
Jio.tant lilii:i. -s ea'ls Ilie to Paris.''
Not a word aUv.it his devotion. Not
a word tilm'.t his w ild de-ire to make
her ids wife.
II. r li-a'.ily was g .ne tind with it
V:.!':;ce Wyvilie's love.
Mveiy day Jack Dalla. had iiiipilrod
at the imii-o, and w ith 'ocylsh eiiihar
rassineiit left Ids l'.owcrs.
'1'o-day Dorothy h:'d t-ciil word he
i'.iiht see her, and i.itt- t-oa'd haidiy
wait for Ids eoniiiifr.
At la-t s!e- I.enrd his v-iiee sj'.yili 1;
s.iiin -thing uurry too!.! lVrkinir. Then
t!, .- di.r oH-:;ed, and Ja; k, in h:sha--te
to n-ai h her, npsi-t overs thimj in Ills
v. ay.
"Wi-ii ie.' lin k, I-oi-othy r ht'tri.sl.
"Tu-day I have entered the firinof Dal
las i:c Dallas. I'liele Dick has taken me
into the linn. We are- to have the
I-.-Li-c- in ilaU r si j! 1:1 re, an-l y.are to
fiiri-.i-h it y.K ts you like, and d-i with
l.K-just as you -'..-;'.se. Only stiy yes,
my darling."
ly this lime iie was ijtiite out of
i.reath and waited f.r lit r to sjK-.tk.
di-.-W the lace el-i-s-r aho-jt her
face and hi r Voice faltered :
"Did you tell him my accident
Jack'.' Did you tell him Iwnsitjjy
au l no lit w ile fcr yoiiV"'
1'i-r stiiswor ho kisseil ;!o laeewhere
in- thought the soars miht If.
As if l.y maie it siiiiw.l from its
piaoe and he p.z-d at Dorothy in
-j'l i-chlcss a-loni-hliif nt.
A fa--e as '.K.auti:"i;l and sw eet as a
May m.-rni:iir, and a jair ot lau.-Iiiiijj
hrow ileves !-iet his own.
Come, lift me i!j," she said, "I am
tired of .layiiithoinvaii-l. D-m't l.u.k
!iketh:tt. 1 1 was a trick, Jack. I have
no s.-ar. Can't yon tiuderstar.d. The
.! k tor and I f.K.h d aunt, then M r. Wy-
ilie and yo-.i.
"And hi I mean WyviUe?" Jack
ii::iliaed t- :.sk.
'lie ran :tv;iy! Well, are you not
;';ad ! Aro you not delifjhled No one
sii-ms to can- for me imw."
Her voice trvlul.hd itwei-n tears
and lau-iiter.
"Jack, ! -ay Mrtiieihlti.t;." She was
l.'.oomtr.; hy.ti rie.il.
"Mv d.-iirt- t. the one-; i' ui is, can you
care ( ir i.i;-'.' hid knows how" 1 1 ve
urj."
Two arms -teal around his ia ek. A
kiss, iji.iek !ut sure, he feels lii'on his
.'..-.!:. :.. and the sWii-t.-t toiiv in the
w rid s.iys :
"Jack, it was Jove wr.-us aml-ition,
and lr-vo (,;i.
The Great West.
Wh'-ll we ihiuk i-f tho teomii: popu
lation w hich n.iv.- till :ii:i::3' jiorti: :is of
our coiii, try west of the Kooky Moun
tains, i.::d n li:cn.' r ho-.' fame-tis, all
ov-r the world, is their singular U-auty,
and their noomp-.-.rahie value t the
tot.ri.-t, the In tilth fit ki r, tho arlelil
tarist and the liorticidtiirisf, as wt 11 as
tie- miner, it is intcrc-timr to read what
so jnt. -iiielit U : f ateslu:'.!'. as D.i'iiel
V- list-, r tho i-ht if them just fifty years
a-.i, f.iid to know that his views were
s!;arid. hy many other prominent puhiie
men of ti-.o tiiiie. I:i a spivch ileiivered
in the l'nite.1 States senate in 141,
with reird to the j-r-ii'-.-al that a mail
s l -iiv should In' cstahli-hcd l-otwooll
Mis-11; 1 : and tho lV.cilh- tn.'-t, W'el ster
siii i: "What do we want with this vat
worthies, iii-.-ii, this region f fava-ros
ami w iid U a-l--, of dox-rt-s, of shifting
sain Is and whirlwindsof tlust, of caelus
and juairie doirs.' To what Hsot-msld wo
ever ii-tiK- to put these -;ri -.'.t desert-, or
thtse endless mountain ranges, iie.jione-trat-l'-,
and covered to their liases with
eternal snort ' What ea!i we over hope
to do with tho wesN rn mi.-t, a coast of
three thousand miles, r.H-x-Uminl,
c-ieerless ami imiii vitiicr, with not a
Ii:.rl.ro:i it? What use have wo for
si. eh a country? Mr. rresideiit, I will
never vote one cent froii tho puhllt
treasury to plan' the Pacific coast one
inch near r IVMon than it is to-lay."
Four Big Sacc23sej-
II:ivin. tilt IKf l.-l 111 'rit t nioro
than make -.-ood all tho advert ism i
claimed for thorn, tho following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale. Dr. King's Now Diseovory, for
consumption, Coughs and Colds, each
Initio ,'iiaiantiiil Kit etric Ililtors, the
c.roat remedy for Idver, Slomae'.t and
Kidneys, r.u. klcn's Arnka Salvo, the
U-st "ni tho world, and Dr. Kind's N-w
Life l'il!s, w hich aro a jurfeet pill. All
lh"se relii'-ilics tire'iar.intivd tod-i jti.-t
wi.at is ch'.I::icI for them and th; d.-al-
I er wlioso naiiie is attached herewith
! .... 1 ... 11 - . 1......
w ill Ik' -.ia l to ten yoj iiioie -i iiiem.
Sild at J. N.. Siiy.L-r'H dru; st ro,
S miers, i, I'xf r at Urallior's dru.
1 tst to, U.-rlin, l'a.,
A DUTIFUL (ilUL.
It was romantic, hut imjiossiMe. She
was tho fifth daughter of Dr. Pi!iii:'
h:in, t.f Cnra'.i str-i-t, Mayfair, and in
the third sail of th- Ivirl of Kroaihnoor,
with an aliowanec that kept him iu
net-ktu-s and cigarettes, together with a
Uilroom and "tho ran of his tn-th" at
the family miiisioii in ( ir-isvi-'i ir
MUat'e.
Lord I'roadncMir had int dow n his
,'oulii-st fo.it as hetivily as he dared and
thundered "No!"
And as, in addition t his lord-hip.
Da. Id lh'oailmoor el.iiio.-d Dr. PiMhivr-h.-im's
atten.hiiie,- for live minutes every
morning at a guinea a visit, they were
not patients to he olli'iided rashly.
Si Mi.-s l)or..ihy l'illineham and tho
Hon. (!uy do Woki!!, had one mooting
to say "t ioodhy," aft-r w lii.-li they were
to luoet as strauri r-'. No oik ijtiite
know how they had ever met at all.
'Vou w iii licither write to him nor
hear from him,'' said Dr. I'illini;!r.i:ii,
st'-rnly.
"Father, I cannot proinise," said
Dorothy, fa,hhin.
"I tlon't care whether you do or not,
"I'll see to thatl" said Dr. lilliu-ham,
and from that day every h-itcr into and
out of the hou-e wns M-nilini.-.il, and
every w:dk poor Dorotiiy took was in
the coiii.any of siiine one stem and m-
VlTe.
"If I hear of your co:ii:ii-.inic:ili;i
with that nirl, v-m jjo witii a shilling,"
said the K:irl of Iro:dm-or to his son.
"All riicht, governor, lit cji your hair
011. o'l ve ir"t to near ot it Iir-t, ' sanl
tiiiv h- Woking iind.-r ids I.reath.
Hut his father fortunately did not
hear and mx.ii after sound, d Dr. Dilling
ham as to how parental diM-ii.iine
worked in tiie case of Dorothy.
"A charniii! nature, Lord l'.!'o-,d-moiu',''
said tiie old doctor, "a charm
ing nature. Our atl'ectionaic iiitor
eonrse is uuiiiterrtijiioil. Kvery m-.m-ing
she hi-ljis me on w ith my ovcrei.: !,
jus! a- ti-tial, l.rushxs my hat, s.-es i.hat
my sfeth.cojv is iu its jilaie I u-cd
io i-e continually for.-tting it and
thou rh I'il lie Imiiinl she km ws where
I'm g.-ing, says i:-t a word."
"I am delighted to hear it, ".-aid Lord
IlrottdiiKKir.
He had rot watched his son's eorres-pond'-no..-,
tnistin- rather to the watch
iitir "it th'-orlier si le, aii'l also to the
fact that he had never seen C.;iy re:-..
anything hut a sjiortiug pajM r or w p'.c
;:t all. x.-ept under comj-iil-ioii.
"Very satisfactory," -aid L.r.l Ih-oad-moor,
ri-ciilTing to the suljeet t-n
:.iontiis later. "Ai! l.lown over ami
end.d."
He o.i.l 'ni-n ti-Hing Dr. I'iiiiiv.'ham
of an execll'-nt aj-pointniont in a gov-
i"!!!ient ol'ici' which he laid oht.iucd
for iny.
"I . !io,;. l not have got hnu a mil
I.oud-.Mi," c -ntiii-.n- l his lordship.
in j
'Ifi
they had not forgotten one anoth- r."
I Iiojhj ho likes liis w.rk," .-aid Dr.
I'illiiigham.
"It'.- the lir.-t tiling he hi- eerpt-r-i-ver.sl
w itli. There in- o-.vs to his ol
tiee," said Lord l'.rn.t.pn.ior, as the front
door httnged loudly. "j.Ut he ought to
he eaili. r a'.l the same. late i' i-1
You, tin., nilM he later th:tll li-ual, doc
tor, I think."
T fancy I am," -said Dr. l'il!ingham.
"Is her ladyship ready to mi- me'.'"
And he followed a powd-rnl footman
out :' the r.xim.
When ho came down stairs Lord
l'.roa.hu'Hir was -tandiitLr iu the hall.
'T s!io lid U.-oi.iiged, Dr. I'itlinghani.
he said, if you would take a hurriedly
wrilt- !i line from me to Lady Il.e-.i.r.a
haiicr.K ha, to condole with her on Sir
1'at tick's accident."
i..- : i t- dim;.. ,i .....
ver.amiv, sail in. i i.i 1no..o., j
into
hero w iln one corner proj.-i
not forget it then."
"I'.y ihc way," sai.l his I-.nM.i;
hojv Mi.-s Ikiro'hy d.ies let regard mo
as a ti rriMe ogre."
..... . . r i t. Sir:::.. 1 i.-v .
"idt, tai, fi.ii in. i nungiiatn. .-at-
has forgftU n everything -tad we -'ve
rist-Tod her liUrty. She lt.is l -.-.-n I
otiiie civil lately to yoinvr Dr. Mel -'reg- !
i ii i. . .. i. -.. i.. I
or. .-iie nex. i .01:... i-,-,.. ... u.o. .s-
;..re. In lael, 1 rn.liy liej.e ;
'uiteso. Avery suitahle (-niiec- ;
tion. Thank vmi,"' -aid Lord I'.roa-l-
moor, as he reach. -I his study, while
the footniaii closed the tl-mr on the A m -t-.r.
"My dear I-t.ly Hon.uia," said Dr.
l'iiiingham, "a note of condolence from
Lord r.roa.Inioor the sympathetic nut
jHiuring of a kindly heart."
"Dear Lord Lroailmoor!"' s.ii.1 Iidv
Honori.!, smiting at tho old doctor gr.i-
ciou-iv as s!ie oiienod it. "How uid't r-1
out tho courtly grace and dignitied st !e
of otir il iy from the slangy familiarity
of tin present lime."
Then she (gave a .sudden g:isj and
sank hack UjKin the s.ifa. "Tills frui
Lord I'.roadiiKKirl" she moaned.
The note fell to the floor. The e..m-
. . I
nteiieeniont, written large, caught hi.
eye :it once:
"My own little IkiIIv Daddl.-oinns."
'To ineof all pg-mler g.-p l her
l.ldyship.
"Certainly not," s:iid tlied.K t..r. She
wo ild have turned the scale at lu stone,
so "little Doily Daddlec'.ims" wa.stihvi-
ousjy iuadotruutc
"Written in a foreign hand and j
meant for whom I know not,
groaned.
"Poor Lady Uro.i Lnoir; hut stay,
you must not read it."
"I have read it, "hi- said, putting ii in
his pocket, "and you may not take it
from me, Lady Heiioria. It was not
meant f-T you, and it was not from
Ijord Droddiuoor," and Le Lowed hur
riedly and left tho rM.m.
"Take this to your mistr.-ss," Ik' s ii.1
to tho Ltitler iu the hall, putting 0:1 his
hat, "and say that it is tho note I
should Lave given her," an 1 t his
cat-hill in he said sharply, "Homer'
Ten minutes later Dorothy stood 1k
forg her father in hise insulting ro ni,
pliant iiii l suhmis-ive, her hands fold
ed together.
"And how long, uiis," he exclaim
ed, "lias this attachment Leon revived?
7 i tie lit, says t!io I iiiciiiuaii f o,;n:e i-i e.' i j . .: :a :; t .v.- I,,;.,;!!; -, li.en new .i r:.l
ItlVingthehttiethrtv ,i.rnered note j , . ni (Vf u Uv:i.Uii u. k).rs. .k,i;:! !:,;.,,,.,, t.k i; !l!M,.riJ
ntothe'i.nngofh.shat. "I will fat tt j .j,.,.., h;H 1vV,.r ,;,., ju W;jy ih, -M,.t.iu Fr.,-., ,h,. U.tlle he lillol
:ero w i'.h one corner IToi.-ctmg, 1 can- ...... -ri, . . i i . .
Ho'.v niaiiy of tiiese iiif.itnotis missivt-s ; tion and liver trouLle-, and fortunately 1 t'e--.Ks had h'.en interfere., w itli, nn.l
have I Uirne in my hat toe.nd from my ! she has a very valuai.le a-si-tat.t in Dr. the su'istaiitv proper of various vital
psitieiit's house?"' j l'i.-ree's l'leas:-.!it relicts, which, small j organs had undergone- the same kind j
"It's a vear since yo.i said wo mu-t sis Lird seed and Kigar-ooated, never of d-geiu ruion a th d Lniught alxmt 1
LroAk it off, father, "a you' yewrday. 1 fail t ai eilVetively though s.-.thin- Ly phii-phomus or the ger.ns of iufet
You ruust haveoanlel sxaetiy,"' und iy. tioiis disexsg. I
in e
i
she tii.id-a mental calculation, "si'i.
traeliug your month's holiday and toe
day you wore your while hat ?mo.p.i,t
o.liy, and allow ing for leap year, H7 1."
"And this" hetxeluim.-d, "was yr.tr
filial solicited.-. You have dis -;r.fvd
my ii.'iine "
"I ehitngul it ye-terJ.y."
"What."
!"or the first time for twelve months
he saw her smile.
"Allow liie," she said, "to iiitrod.l'-c 1
the Hon. Mrs. liny i!e Woking, and at
I-.-:ist, dear father," .she added, "f"'.' a
w lade yar you have never gone on!
w ii hunt your sit tho-aipe."- - :-i".:hi.i-i
if", h jru.ii.
His Kajesty wa: V"ililnif to Please.
IDs siitanie I'laiesty sat iijdii his
throne, fanning the muggy air with his
ll.niihoyant tail.
I'r-st ntly a now arrival in tlose .arts
was auiiotmced, and he was fortliwith
ushereii into the devilish domains.
lie snill'iil the hetivy air as if it were
u familiar dose to him, and h-cving to
his majesty ho o'-served tie- peculiar
mot ions of his tail.
" l'lii'i v -triki s and out," he said after
eo:it-.-nij.Iating them for alcut n i:.in
Ule. "What's that?,' iiiijuirad atan, r.-t-ing
I. is cau.ial apH-nd:igo across his
leg.
"Ah, tliere, sate, old Uy," gr.-i te-l
the visitor. "I was so attracted l.y the
way you handle your.-clf over the home
plate that I didn't see you. How do
joa do ?''
"Who are you'." thundered his ma-
i--'y.
"M
a-k- d the visitor, witii gt.ih-
le -s gran-.
'V. s, slave."
'Come oil". I'm no slave. I'm an
American citizen."
"Li those il.'iuaiiis, sirrah, you are
my slave."
"Ves, I run, I don't think," and tin-
visitor .-tuck his thunilis in his v-t j
arniholi-s and stnitt'-.l i!j an-l down .
f .re the throne.
"We shall see," said hU mr.je-ty,
with a:i oniiuoiis shake of lick-.
au-I U-ckoned to a host of i I : t : x-.
The next minute the Amerii-ati eiti
zen was woiid'-rir.g what Lad I undue
of tho . Monroe doctrine, and he threw
uji Ids lai:-l-.
"( live a man a chance, won't you '.'""
he -aid hotly.
"AliaWer me 4i thundered his majes
ty. " Where are you from.' '
"Chicago, oi" cour.-o," re-poll led the
visitor.
Ills majesty r.-sL- to hi- cloven feet
and ! -owed.
"Ilvgyour pardon," h--sai 5 h .--i-Iy.
" i.'ni' a;d t.-ke a seat Ly me.' I'm
afraid vntl will find it tame le-re after
what voii've Inn 11 lssl to, n:v dear fel-
low, hut don't U- hard on us, aiid
we'll try to make yoil find a- intieh at
Louie as our f.i.-ilil'.es will jieruiit."
."-eating himself N-side hi- i.i..J-s!y,
the gent from Chicago kindled a cigar
ette and waved Lis hand f.'l' tiie jkt
formauee to iie-iu. A '. .i.'.-i.
"I was ;r..ul.'i..'l with .uiny f..r live
Je-irs. T'!im:is' Lelectrie (lil -.:;'ed
me. My wiie and child had diphtheria.
Thomas" Hcl etiic Oil enrol them. I
would not lie without it in the hoti-e
for any coiisid.-i.it;. :!." Kev. II. !".
Crane, Dunkirk, X. Y.
Nearly a ililiion for a jok2-
S-.m'.i.-l I. Sehiiokci- died r.i-ently
at Woostcr, . He was a hrotio-r of J.
W. Sc!n:cker-, private secretary of
I .s-'ahui.n P. Cli.-ise. and l.i'other-in-law
i( f J(jil u ,vTiyt ex-Civil Service
; Coinnii-sioner. An iutcr.stimr iu :-
.,, . ... , .; .,. - ..,...,
newsi-aj-ers. t ne -n. i-a i.t occurred a
! iiiniiiK-r of yt.irs ago, and tltiring the
U.l.
.f tile s;-.h
. i i.. . .,- . . r ..i
x ..i i.
-h Te
Kaili'oad at Cleveland it haj.jKne.l that
ncivi-rs aiiil Ji nn .Mc-weciity, tue
t.ri.j1a, !;lwvcr, met at tiie s;de
M.-Sw.i-i,ev had l.nl :i shot! time !s-
fore made a great hit Ly Lis J- lit.-j
-J-. .i hesat Cleveland and l'hi.a.'.e.jeM.i
wa ..i,
illeiitio-.t all over
the inuntry. At this particular lime
lie was trying a ease ai Cleveland.
Young Sehnckt rs was in t!u-e tiay.s a
veritahle d-.;de and w ry -pr-.icy.
i le went to Clevei.rn.l to iiave a tin;-.-,
lis ho always left Woo-t;-r to cclcLrate,
and was ha ing a
1. g!or;-..is nine
on this i.artieular occasion
lie Was
small and wiry in stature and al ways
carrhd a silk uiiil.rei'.a- It luij'i ned
.1 ... . e - ... :,. .:. . .. .......I..
inai i.e inei ..i eciit-y in ti.e e'i.i:i'.:i j
?.. . 1 ... 1 1.. 1
j-i-l .s ISO nan Hill-lien ao ;.utniii-.a ,
,-,;j while the .-ale of the Lake Shore
l.ihoiel was -going 0:1. Tn.-v sloie.Ksl
'Pi"
for a moment at the edge of the excited
ci'ovvd Lidding 0:1 the mud. Tie. re
were a numVrof svudicatcs r-j.resent-
v,.i.,f'.;iiJ i l ,
X ivrill.ll. . .ileal. 1 .71.,.-,
.... , , . 1
others. 1 no Lidding had rcacilcd .-1
, - v. , , .,. ,
lun.niK). In a sj.int of devihshm-ss
young Schuckers Lid :,V-..,ir.i.i. Ina
- -
luonieiit a rush was iii.ule tow.ir.i the
new Liddvr ali.l a ti.-maud was made I
. 1. . 1- .. . -. .... 1
10 Know w nat s iiiiicai.-i:e ici.ie-,-:i-.t-ii.
... , , " ... , . .
I lis oniy relay was, 1111 a ,nr m-
. ,i " .... . .... , ,.
1 1 IX II i 11 "I t .1.1. l.-J .1 1 .ijl ll.r.ll III'..
Tile excited representatives of the other
syndicates asked for a recess, w hich
was gr:iittil, and in twenty minutes
they came Lack, w lien tho Lid was
rui-ed to l,in,uii and s-ld
Mr. Sehuckcrs' sjinicy upjKiira:iiv
aiol lK.ing iu ti.niiiany with the great
criminal lawvtrhad led them to U-lieve
ho re Tt --..-lit', d Milne st t ret syiidicate .
w hich was trying io gain j-0-sis.s;,..) .f ;
tho val'.iaLle rail road j.rojietiy.
m
Said Xature to l'ha-"wliai .ii;i!i:.t.v
Whooiisiit to Ik: friends should so .-. Idiini
My slr. iii.-iii is .-li::iistsl. my i-m-riy !
I'lma the voll. y of l:iu:- pills tti-eharged i-i I
mv head.'
It is not strange that Nature should
remonstrate against tho Use of those
grindingand drastic Lino inarLlt-, with
which old fogies of medicine jK-rsl-t iu
dosing their patients. They are nt
only revolting iu ajijK.iiranco, Lut oft
tiin.'.s actually injurious in their effects.
Yet Nature needs muiio help in ovt-r-
coming ol-stinate do-i-ei-sia. coiistit a-
CA
WHOLE NO. 2201.
By Ba!b',nt3 ii3 P:h.
" Til plan f r .-.I'-liing the North I'oie
l.y hii'IiKio i-, in mv ooiniori. tin- o;ily
practical,!,- one," -aid I'fi.r.ssir II. A.
Hazen, of tl-..- Weather Unreal!, to a
Ne- York Il'.e-' e.-rr. si..-.:i l-.it. "I
s.'.- lll.it King 1 Israr of .s-.ved- n hits ii;n-
li'ii.iit-ii :;,u u krou. r to l,-lj out th"
pr:j-.-ct of M. A-.i Ir.-e, wii: prop.v.-s to
st.ir. .1 i Lis : .-'..d jo irn-'y fr :u tic
i-i iii-l-i t 'lie northwest f.-jiith -rircti.
ii vr:x w v r T r:: 1 '.'.
(Mr j-r ' leiii," c.iiiiinu-sl Mr. Iln
en, "i- in r.-aeh ih-- j le hy lulloon. It
i-a pr-.j-i-iiion w liolly di!l'eroiit fr.!ii
what ii would have !m u a fe'.v years
au . Wii it would have Iks-u a suicid
al J.roj.et liieii may In considered
! jiraeti. alile no .v simply h-.'a.iM- w e
h tvi- learii'-d h'.-v to make gas h:nrs
whi'-h wilt not leak. To sjnak more
aeeiir it.-ly, we know how- to make lial
l.x.ns s-i near t ah.-ohite tight;i.-s as to
l.'.s.- oidy onhalf of I jx-r cent, of their
contents j--r day. I 'lit i! recently a
silk -!i c is i,:ig f.iriei'ial navigition was
niii- id'-:' -d to Is- well ma d" if it lost
only o -r -nt. J.iT dic.u. Tho im
j.rovemeiit has Ik-.-:i hroicot a'xitit l.y
emj.loying go! P.eaters' -kin, wliicii is
o'-'aincd f !'-..: I the iutestin -s of t!ie ox,
:is m.iieri.-.l f r the envelop:.
"L-t some ri.'h m.iu furnish v,r.
fr ih p;rp-is.-, and I will gtiardittn?
to rv.tf'l the J" le.
si is xw i: v-v.
"The tr-iuendotis stri.h-s reivntly
i.i:.-L iii ihe s-. i. i.ee of a-roiiau! it- lire
not generally reali. -d. We have learn-
elf.,r the lir-t time how to make a j
gas-light . 1 all. mit oiiviou-Iy a prim j
rn-.:.-i;e i-ir su.-c m navigating tiie
at u: -'i'e re. Nest we have d.-m in-
slr: '.! i". r.e tiea' ilily of i.rejK-liiiig j
th-- air-shh-. i'ro.iulsion omv noeoiu-
j!i-l:td, there
.-t-iriiig. Y!
that i- lu-T 1.
f.:1 rents. 1'..
l.lil.."ii eXi'i'.-i-
tr! .a a ho.:
i- no dii'ioejp alxiiit
e.ioiiot -teer a i.all. ion
o-ii'titig with tiie air
ii
s ;:ne
ill, :.U
with ii rudder any mi
tliat is drifting with
j tie- eon ni of a str.-am.
'i'.it -sivt- to tto- 1. ..it even a little
jK.w er of j r -p-.l-i u. ;i;t.l y.r i can -t-.vr.
I'he same .r . -i! ion aj-pii. s to an air
s'iip. For want of Utter mean-, I
wii.l c.juip my jk.I.-I. ii:;d l-alloon
wiia .roelii r which i-u!d !.e work-
clw;t!it:io feet lute a ideyel-. logo;
tr.iighi ag'thlst the w ind Woiil-1 Ik-too '
la'ori.... .. h i: I cul l tack, if I c.-ild
' only tw n.ih-an I tour, my rudder
w e-.! 1 ai !.
"T.-io di-ti'iio" to i-o tr.iver-.i from
the -!; Ild-od'the a H;i Ifc-ltti t- tho
j..;..- Is only a few hundred miles, (in.
i.ngai li.-.- rale of only two mill-.- an
ioiir.it would I"' praetieai i:- to reach
iiied -: iuali"!! and return within thirty
day--. !!ii!, v. itii :i strong and favoring
wi't-1, w- might ge tie re in a cmiple
: day--r even ' --. Having attained
li;-- .go;:!, any wind would carry ii
southward, i'..r w-- -lia.ii.l le ohlig.-d to
go hack to ear original jmhit 'i tlej;:rt
r.re. SlnkiajLrCcli Water.
;"n.:ii 'i ( 'air.
From lie- si, ;.-n launch Kr-iie, ;,t
a ;el, Ton Seh.-e Lake l:i-t A'.lgti.-t, -aid
la .cv i..;.; liiau, t iling ot some
...
i vents of his simiiie r vacation, wo
w. r-- sinkiitg f-.r la ndl-K-kol sufnton in
! a i.iii drol f.n-t of water, .-sinie of our
p.uty. uig tlnr-ty, ci-iiij..iiiiied tl.at
tiie lake water was ts warm f-.r j-!ea
ant drinking,.
"I on:: eissily get yo.i water as i-ool as
y..u like,,' said the captain. "Just .-tv
1. .w I do i:."
He took from tin- looker a heavy
oUar; l-.tth- tittit Lad out. i; nd ginger
i; . ! i'o-1 a stent ti-iiiiig-iine to its lit ck
:.::d lowt red if, tun orkde, to the ! ttom
. f tie- lake. Tiiei'e lie ;:!i-e.ved it to rc-
i a gla-s atcl Ta--ol it to a pa-sciigcr,
j wh f.-iid the water as e!c:r and nd
Id
spring wat.-r. Ling could
nut hav
proved it t the taste of j
: :i:ii;,lvri'i luo i.ariv.
"It's a trick whi.-h every fresh-water
ail. ro.ii.rL: t kn-.w,"' sai-i theeat-ialn.
"an vet j;-ipie who have sailed on
. hdaii-l w aters all thel'' life haven't j
, ,, o.n. Tiie wait r at the Uittoi:) j
i.i tin a lak.-s is always cold, and on j
rot k r clay or -ai:iy U:tt"i:.s is clear
er and ji'.in-r liiau at tin- surface.
"A- the Initio I lowerol, the air i::-;de
kt . j.s tiie .--.iriace water out, and ot
-!o iy at tin- Iaiic s ls;tom. As
..itiv ii Iiaaled ttj, the warmer
j j';
wat.-r near tin. surfa v c.r.i n t disnlee
j t -u. ,. ,!,ior .len--r water which it
I .-.utains. With iK ;h of water. ov, r a
I
1 hitioni, Hilda heavy Im.uIc, n.
ht r.nen m. d 1. !: pure ceM drink-
! v. jt.r in ativ iidand lake."
medical authority savs that grief!
1 ui.!.-t U- treat-.-.! a-such.
1-....
( . I '.I -.1
1 It tan not he ig:i r.d, n.ut.ur etm it Ik.'
, , - . ,
. con-o led :i:'V. it mu.-t Ik- atn-jtts,
, -,. ,." 1-
""V'""' ', l ' 11 .
!i....r.il.l - i.o-..io-s--.,Viv- S--
' ' ". , "" , " " , .
row, gr.e: auu toe em i.'..i oaa-e i oy
' :"
1 !',-;it misfortnn.-s nlioitld ' e re-
I gar.l.d is a.sin to aeiii
infectious tn
, ... . ,,
c.s s, which tn-y rs-.v-mMe iu r.-silt;
Mid 1
a- convalesce!."
ir tn
di-s-a-K-s. In this e!:t-s ef illit -si, seehl
- ion, r -Lvp, apjirojiriate f- l, lVe-!i
air, siiti-liiiio and intere-is tiiat tax
iieitlit-r miu I ii r L ly, are re j iired.
After extreme -.rr.i-.v, the n.-rvo-.is sys
tem in.-. 1-, ah '.' everything, complete
! re-:, i in- j. i,s.;i ot grief is m re liiau
a n un -. Ti tirg- w .ik, sta I , tr.tv-
. 1, the vain setirc'.i f-r :i:iuist-m.-ns,
isNiih u-e!c-s and dangerous. Fora
tine- the wii.de oranisiu is overthrow n
; ....
j and toiiipor.iry s-rlieli"!! is imperative
1 ',,r proJitT readjustment. K vent luod-
ioul o! rvatioiis sh iw" that the physi
e.il results of d-'i.res-iiig emotions art-
j similar to tho-.' e.cisod hy Uidily acci- '
! leiit-s tatig'.to, e'.iiii, j. irtia! starvation ,
and !.--s of !:!
.1. I'.Iris
in.l
tl.gt, whi.-h aj-piivntly tlltil iu eon-
stip.icu.i-- t.f cjjiiiire and front e ndi- j
tiou.s that turrcsjKiud in human lK-ings .
to tictiie lu.-tiilgia aiul "hroken heart,r !
were examined after death as to tho j
condition of their internal organs. It
was found that the nutrition of the 1
Eiwin Forrest' Indian Auditors.
Kmni th Wnshlmrtfin 1'o-t.
"That jiict'ire reminds nie of ntv of
tin-most tl-.rilling incidents of my life,"
said a veilcrai.Ie wliiti -haireil jx-ntle-m-tn,
Mr. Ii. 15. Siiums, of South Car
olina, jMiintiug to tho Iiiaguilic. nt and
iiiiieii udiiiiml jvortrait of Kdwin Kr-n-t
that tulorns the walls of tin- Hot. I
I 'ago. 'Tt it-rtaiidy is a sjden lid like-mi-ss
of the great a'-l-T, and carries mo
ha-'k to a i-jjtain uu uioraiile iMi-asioti
many year. In-fore the civil war, when
I - v. is tVArs an i:--n? m
'I. n!; -li--., phyiog nightly to Ltr.-o
..ii-l et.'uu. l.i.-tie au'li'T.'e.. I i ...
mere lad, and was wild w ith d-li;-,ht
when the n'crlit cam.- thai I could '.
to hear him.
"Ill too an liciei- v.;f the -i lcl.r.iti d
I odiall ehi.-rtaill, (sw! i, ill half it
doa li i-f his hra'.es, w !ei Were then
calive-s. Tney had Ki-n pining in
confuiem-.-u;, and, j.rotnj.tnl hy the
humane motive of air..rding them
some diversion, the itutlcritieH took
them to heir Forri-st play. His grand
l.niks and maj.-.-tie figure caught the
coj.jM-r-hiicd au-litors at oner-, and they
;.;jK-.:red ciitru!ni-d from the very otr.
st t. I''o:r-. sis.n o!i rvi-d the strange
groupaiid iuiiii-- iia'.-ly form.-i a desijin
to i'lten-st tin-in j...rt-.'iilaiiy. fr sudden!;,-,
in the mid-t of a stirring scene,
he emitted an Indian war whoop. It
fairly elect ii lied his and', nee, and lie
etl'ect on t--eo!a and his party was
magi.-.d. Jiniiping to their feet iu
stai.t.uni.i!y tho-y gave liack an an
wiring whoop that rent the air with its
iiti-'hty roar, and fairly chilling the
Mo. hi of many a nervous hearer. Two
or thr.-e ladies faiutnl.
"The whole thing was so stlddeti, s-
strange and startling, that it made a
vivid and lasting hiijin-ssi-m :i every
soul in that assemblage. Forr.-st was
friiplelitly hotird t- m-i!l the ej.isod.-,
aii-l ho was wont t declare that the
action of t!nso untutore-l warriors was
the greate-t t-imi'liuiolit ever paid to
his j-owers as an actor."'
Mini and Matter.
Di:. Hkinkh ii IIkn-hi ;t.
One of tho greatest triumjihs of tho
human mind, and U-yond ti)ii:jariso!i
the niit imHii't.tnt steji l-.itherto taken
toward the s..l ition of the world enig
ma, was the ili.-i.vcry that an oljot
imjdics a suhj.i-t, i. e., that any given
olij.-ct, for insian.-e a tr-n-, can not Ly
any jsis-i!.!- stretch of imagination !
sai 1 to exist, tmle-s there K- at the
sane-tiiiio an eye to s-e or a h:ind to
touch it in other words, a mind to
conceive it. In xtt-nsi ui this dis
covery it ea-ily follows that the entire
"external world'' cm h ive no iml.
jH!id.iit cxist-nce, viz., can not In
nnil, exm-j't as a tn. !i'al phenomenon,
and that if min i should ever Ik- de
stroyed cr cea-e to .-ii-t. tho world, a
a matter ot course, would oetise to exl-t
also.
This di-covery was r.i-ide thousands
of years :igo Ly sul-tle reasont rs iu far
oi!" Hind-Man, and iis dolu.-tioiis :-ro
given with marvelous aenne!! in tho
l"p uii-lia l-, which are philosophical
treatises apjK-ndol to tho Vedas a -tt .l
tiro house -f wi-dom which has 11.
.i;".i:d, and iu i.mparisor w ith which
the logie of rjur f.rein.-t modern lu
minaries sounds like the veriest child's
prattle. In those glorious treasures we
haw an ej.Itoriie of the wi-loni of sag. -s
w ho js.nd. red over life's riddle long
U fore the lir-t pyramid was huilt, long
lvfore Ahrtiham rotinied the plains of
Chuldeu with Lis cattle, a treacherous
and savage Uolmim. And, Iiki-a gold
oii thr.-ad r:i:i!ii':g thn.ugh the I'pan-i-hads,
i- ti.e cver-ro'urring lcs.-oii:
"Matter i- an il!;isi..!r, min i alone is
real I"
Ee Callosity Aroused-
Clarence is an acute and olscrving
little fellow. He is full of curio-ity ami
is continually asking the why and
who re fori- of all ho sees and hoars.
His usual ipiory i- "What for."' and
this Le will lejK-at until he he receives
ail answer that ::j.jK-.ds to his sense or
imaghiai ion.
He has frtnueiitly svli his father de
capitate a chicken, and "to kill" t him
meant the same as "to ehoj. tho head
off."
Keceiitly he cun.o to s.n- us, Lis
nt ighlairs, w hile a trunk was U-ing
patkol, and tho following dialoue
en-i:-d:
Dig l.xl What f-T.'"
"To j -i. k in u:y clothing and Uioks."
"'W-iat for?"
"To take it aw ay to a hig city."
"What for?"'
"So that I can u-e the things in it."
"What for-."
"To study."
"What for?"
"To I- a d.M tor."
-What for?"
"What f ;.' Why, isn't that reason
enough?"
Ag.ii:i Le reii ated Lis "What for?"
and humorously someone replied, "T
kill Jls.,le."
Tln.t sttiltd it. That was the ali
snticicnt rea-n. He look.-.! uji know
ingly, and naively remarket!:
"Chop their heads oil"." n.'i'.fur,-o'."-
.V- .ri.
A j.iece of irlin ( i :Klin tajxtiy of
the seventeenth ti ntury kept iu the
Hohcii.iilleni Museum has just Ni-n
rej.air-.il and hung in the K yal l'ala.v.
It r j.resent.s the (ireat Kleetor at the
sic-ge of Stettin, is 1" ftnt l y 1-and is
vaiiied at T.,n. The moth-eaten
pieces wire replaced Ly new ones, and
tho ti-.rnish.sl -iiwr Uy now, in the
Deri in factory.
A plow in (iermany la-Uvii worktd
siimsx-ntliy with electricity and iu this
country ati electric Weed killer has Iki ii
tested w hich kills the w ee Is, th- cur
ivnt U-ing generated on the car, jiassing
oiit through a Lru-h and from Ihoti.v
it is Lrought in contact witii tho wetils.
Tin- circuit is completed through tho
wheels of the car and the gr U!l-L
Di'iio: o.-rI k In.-Iovhcat asa.-um-mer
crop. I: grows tu jkkt lan-l, Lut
yields in ro largely if tho land is rich.
It is e insid.Ted a pmtitaLlo eroj. for
plowing under in tho fall, U-ing u-ol
f.r renovated -r land. Its LI.isstMiis
afford exc.-llent forage for Un-i at a
time when they can fin.! hut few ho:i-ey-pr
sLt.'ing jilatiis on wliieh to wotk.
All the -i.vk :i a farm m l-t Kc.r.
fiilly o'esv-rvetl. Ivu h animal sh.Kild
K k.-pi u:il.T enrefiil w.itc! m
as to guard ag ilnst disease or a reduc
tion of il.-sh or product. Tin- liws of
apjK tite Ly one animal may Ik.- due t
some calls-.- that '-ui effect tho w hole,
and Ly at; ciding to tho m ttt-.-r iu time
there may Ik.- a great saving in prevent
ing ailments among the other meinliTs
of the ll x-k or lien!
llolso:i What tlo you supj-e a
dog's pants are made of?
Wigwag I'roUiLly of a sort of very
light Lark.
That scrofulous Mint which ha been
in yojr LI.mkI for eurs, will be expel
led by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, th
great U00..I p'oritler.
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