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vw y its , va in hi u h V 1V Jiy Jiy o E;T8LSHEDIK 1878- POSTMISTRESS Al IHLLSBOllO, N. Cf THURSDAY. APRIL G. 1899. E 3 M t, s a H fi b- T& ' NEW SERIES-VOL. XVIII. NO. 12. I r i S By HAYDEN CARRTJTH. lroro His pocket, find laid it down in the window. "I'll make it a hundred ' CTfi TnT! f 'l II TI tISC'S dollar,, yes, two hundred," and he; iR ICUlJLuRb pushed in four liitv-dollar bills. "Fil JJ 1 A V , 1 r Y V - letter instantly. Give it to me! Xever j TIEX you come to M.cP ,.f , - . ... ! n.mu toout writing a receipt for tue f -1 au uaa ui iU'jhev i ii uu.-L you. even n yua think of it, Dow ii- mgville was a vil lage of Magnificent distances, with al most, a half-mile from the tannery to the sawmill, and v.ith only Scatter ing housea be tween, xueschoel 1:0 use and the two Mabel's father had died ' dcn'tVant to trust me." "I can't do it." Here, take a ten- for yourself and excursion jive years before, having his family in roor circumstance. IUr mother's "Ctllia f,00, I 4,r.r,, ,-.,. c v1Q. tl.r 1-ofaT. younger sisters and a little brother "Xo." who v,ere .ti'.l at chooh "Take a fifty, then. Keep it-do it vas a lithe after three o'clock on ; what vou please with it. I'll lose tne aiteriioou of the same, day that a j thousands of dollars if I miss that coa Mianer entered the jjo;vniijrrvillo ! trart " ' .-xuescaoc.i. po5tto;hee. Mabel wc.3 alone. ho h!'llit aui lllc 1 ' i llotic--'b M;i5Ped u to the es had ea.;h I general delivery, that' he was well ,jv ia;led to eitabli,h;dre.-M;d, and perhaps between twen n a cer,tV(i- ! ty-Iive and thirtv vears of a-e TIis povtomeo .stood alone, at inc. a wa.i not a pleasant onealtliou-h 1 1 tt ) ; w, i 1 i ue Mabel only shook her head. "Take the whole two hundred dol lars! You can use it. Nobody will ever know. I'lh never come back to bother you. Give me the letter!" and he pushed the money in eo that it al most feil to the floor.. Mabel pushed it back, saying, "It I wal uo you no good to make me any such offers. You cannot have the let- rgau5do;ie here?" ' iter till vou are m-on-,lv i.lpntirip.l " Sach a letter had come on the latest I "I wiM hnv,. it i. i.i;,-!r ci,nf.i j postmaster, ; mail, and Mabel had p'.aoed. it in the snatching back the monev and hurrv- !!uu.!v.:d y.rd.H. fro: a tiie ! it did not a lack of Intel 1 i- window s wooddot eoiai'ig up almost ! and naid- k door, as if lT-fusisjg to rec- ! "Is there a rerdaered letter for -r ' . . , fj -w- - run'' j'Utce as u ' W grist-mill j safe whih stoo l in the corner. She hv rum eMU'vtlnutr e!;-e. of : ans .vr-ri.:l i-i . iy:v..-;. a .M'iom vi.-ilca the fiiee j he continued: i ay g: eat lenv'th. So it i "'I'iint is v i!-.i,i.vr i v r, -r, . fdone. Please let me have it." "Iho rules ryjuiro idenlitication in the ea-.3 of registered Iciters, vou e . i' ; the ontii e b artlci'i- c it n-a i.iiou nis asa i- ' v.-.-s M.-ibel lioonnf", who ; : m.ihi.T r. quarter of a v.-al on the uncertain i,a h th a nitoou sense, v. "ting, si:; in tl. ening, u:-u and oh; in. one and g i"'ni :i 1 he '".' :i :o:i ; ;ind "d;i H oil'" were ii'-. sa!;ay wan meagre ..: h'.;i .M ab.-Km..' vt-r eoiajdained, 6 : ti e workil.) the 1. est of la r . i a b..-.?ut:ful H pteiuber juori1- had jii.-d ilni-iied jditting up four mail, and the bov it. to t t W- ! . ! V - : i e know,'' answered Mab...-I. "Oh yes, I had forgotten. Well, I am a Kt ranger here, but J can show you v.dio I um all right." lie searched his poeke! , taking out a number of r.per.i and old b-tlers. Two of the latter he pusdied through the wdndow. "Th', ro 3 ou fr.ee, iaiss 'M . 1'. Mor gan -toiu-, Water town. dust give me tiie letter it's very important for me to catch the up-train." - "Jbit can't give out a rer-istercd letter on '-m.-h alentitication. Mr. Jilodgutt, the post:iia-der, has instriict me not t j do no. " u' oic'ons IT 1 . .laoei s were- ber'inniup; ,i i tation ha 1 dc- to be slightly aronned by one thing t ., o or three perse ns i in. so Mabel was suv- ' " M:-.-. Allison aonear at Uhlivm-y. 1 morning, Mabel!" .she aoottL tue man. 'Twice since comin: " ;.u weren't looking for in 3 I'd up to the window he had glanced over his shoulder at the door. She knew, of conr.se, that it was her duty to de liver the letter if he could fully con vince her that it belonged to 'aim; but were you, now. Well, I'm j fdio determined to insist on iJentitica t:iko lite train for .Pioetorks tiou of the strictest kind, as a matter io : co labbie -and 'thought of protection to herself and her eru i't l)hir,'t, laiou- liit. T luin-lif nfvvrr. Q L registered letteis on less laentmca- ; s. a to wait till nest week." o. ")! : f isn't anything for you," 1 M:ib. 1. . '!. t rnm't know, vou know. t t tt i on1 ilv ;tc a hit I suppose thi ior you. i r. an hour and a nnd Wei!, I th.inl: up too o:iriy, tliat's : .:,,. if jjlodgett i "p..n tiie p'ace him y , .avc to stay s at noun, you know, w hiie. i uel), tue tiou than thir., and at larger cilices," the man said. "You're going beyond the rules." "No, I .don't think I am. A post master is rcr-Tpon a'duo ft)i registered letters. If ho delivers one to the v.-von" person the rightful owner can I 1.1 I. I .v. ,,..,-.mill,lii Mr. Idodgclt is very particular, lie has told mo to deliver no such letters to strangers mid except on lUeuliUeauoa such as wo he satisfactory hank You must i know that there you would have to oo iug around to the side. toward the door through which access was had to the interior, and which had been left aj?u by the boy who had taken the mail sack.' But Mabel was too quick for him, and pushed it shut in his face. The spring lock clicked, and she caught her breath with a feeling of re lief; but he threw himself against the door heavily, shattering the catch and sending the door back on its hinges with a crash, The edge just struck her forehead, and everything began to turn black before her eyes; but there .stood the safe door open. She sprang toward it, knowing as she did so that she just misled the man's grasp. The heavy door went shut with a .dull buic p. With one hand she turned the handle which threw the bolts, and with the other spun round the com bination knob. Thou the darkness became complete, and she remembered no more. Tiie nest thing she heard was a con futed murmur of voices. Then she opened her eyes and saw that she was still in the postoffiee, lying on the dis tributing table. Doctor Roberts, the village physician., was bending over her, and assuring her mother, who stood pale and hightened, that the patient was not in danger. Mr. Blod gett and two or three neighbors were crowd orpeofliTiW WofiKS8. Jf a "There." said tuo uoexor, - yo rnYr to ho all ricrht now. You can r3 - o - go home in my carriage. I'll go along. " "Did did he get the letter?" asked Mabel, feebly. "No," answered Mr. Blodgett. ".Never mind about the letter," said the doctor. "We'll tell you about that to-morrow. We'll just take you home now." They carried her outside to the easy carriage which was waiting. As she drove awav she heard half the popula- I'lantlDs the Orchard. This spring will be the time to set out some trees if yoa have no orchard or if the one you have is beginning to fail. If in a section where commer cial orcharding is carried on it is wtll to put out a planting each year or two; if only a few trees are necessary to supply the family wants a tree to two should be set out each year at leat enough to keep the number of bearing trees ffull. Apple trees are planted thirty by thirty feet apart each way. This will give forty-eight trees to the acre. They should begin to bear in three years from setting and give a good crop in ten years. With high culture they should live from twenty-five to forty years, and when from twenty to thirty years old should bear twenty live to forty bushels each, everyother vear. Pears may be set twenty by twenty four feet, using ninety to the acre; they should come into beariug the third or fourth year and give good crops in twelve and ought to live and do well fifty to seventy-rive years. I'each trees may be set eighteen by eighteen feet, which will give 131 to the acre; they should bear in two years and give good crops in four years. When in full bearing ought to give live to ten bushels to eaeh tree and live from eight to twelve years with high cultivation. Cherries may be set the same distance apart a3 peaches. Plums should get to bearing in three years from planting and give good crops in from live to. six years and continue to bear, with high cul ture, till the tree is twenty to tweuty five years old. Five to eight bushels is an average crop for au average tree. Farm, Field and Fireside. HOUSEHOLD AFFAIRS. " Planning For Sumtr Meal. . Arranging the Sunday meals cn'Sat nrday is very essential, especially SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL. The rapid displacement of steam by electricity for running small machines ; is illustrated by a report that comes where the housewife must do all tho ' from Thiladelphi. Out of a total of work without the aid cf servants. A 1 Sold boilers under inspection in that salad is a great staud-bv for a Sunday evening supper, and the fish, meat, or eggs can be prepared the day be fore, and the cress, celery, or lettneo washed an' left in cold "water ready for instant use. Meat loaf is auother standard and palatable cold dish for Sunday niht. The ehatinz-dish city, G2"j are temporarily ont of use, most of. them because small electric motors have been substituted, current for tho same being furnished by tho electric light companies. A new cradle crusher is designed to crush gold quartz and other mineral be called into use for a hot Suudav ! sto:i w the rolling principle. It is" other timirt claimed that the new machini tea. Umeiets. hash, or other Finmb caimea mat tue new machine is sn- dishes cooked on the dialing-dish, '. rerior ij tll stamping process, in with buttered toa-t and tea make a 1 Iuucli cheaper, amalgamates the gold desirable Suudav-evening tea. For va colTer plates behind each roller. breakfast there is nothing better than codfish cakes and stewed potatoes. Tho codfish bails can also bo rrepar.d over-night, and it requires little work Avucu nro allowed to sway freely, and and cms ties the stone more uniform in size than is do le by the stamps. The new machine has heavy rollers. Getting Kid of ICoot Galls. One section of the greenhouse at the Massachusetts Experiment Station is at present devoted to cucumbers grown in long boxes about eighteen inches deep, with steam pipes imbed- ' the cause and cure oi loot galls, a welbknown disease which causes svrelliugs on the roots of cucumbers, to cook them up for' an earlv breakfast. This leaves only tho dinner to prepare for Sunday. A delicate dessert for Sunday din ner is made by boiling a pint of cream with a quarter of a pound cf pnpar, and a little lemon flavoring. Mi': this with a paste made of two teaspooufuls of corn-tlor.r, and let them boil a few minutes, stirring thoroughly. Pour this over a plate or bowl of mixed fancy cake", macaroons, and strips of citron, raisins, and dried fruits. Make successive layers of tho ereum rud cake until the dish is full." ue.r an not - I.. A.I vouched for bv aome one known per- j turn ol tire village, gamtieu ut too otiiee m iuil iorce, set up u cry oi Inventory Hook. An "inventory book" is th latest convenience for the housekeeper. This is a printed list, with columns for date of entiy, value and description. It is sy.-tematically arrange.!; and makes the. list com plete in case of lire, theft or death. It. is next to impossible to remember all that was in a room before a fire, and the iusurancei companies always require a sworn list before settling. This housekeeper's inventory will set tle the matter quickly. Articles likely to be found in any room of the house are arranged m alphabetical order, with the name and location of the room heading the page. Two pages are given over to each room, beginning with albums, an dirons, brackets, bric-a-brac, book shelves, bureaus, bedsteads, etc., and ruuning through to wardrobes and window seats. Special lists are- also arranged for bric-a-brac, books, cloth pu.iures, stiver war ti, distil, um,, glassware, kitchen utensils, bedding and linen, while a miscellaneous list and recapitulation of the value of the vj I and of some other plants, always sail- j whole finishes the book, ping their vitality and sometimes kill- j Every room in the house has its place in the booi; aambers, parlors, reception hall, other halls, dining in their rolling crush tho quartz. It takes care of half a ton of quartz per hour. In the use of compressed air for motive purposes it has been customary hitherto to remove the heat of com pression before storing the sir bypass ing the air through a coil immersed in water. Tuns a certain amount of energy is wasted. Merrill E. Clark, ot Worcester, has been lecturing on a j new system of using compressed air. and suggests that this cooling opera1 tiou bo omitted. He would use tho air immediately after compression. Such a plan would seem to make necessary the conveyance of the com pressor (and steam engine that drives it) on the vehicle to be operated by the air motor. In other words, tho power station plant would be carried about with the car or wagon a rather impracticable scheme. sonaliv to the bank peopiC ! "Three cheers for Mabel!" and they "l ,.-rbm the letter." went on 4i,., V.-Mti iVii. -.:,., what she had said. I were given with a will. Ill,, iiiou, o 'i.n !(' oieon.' eiivelope. I rora i If Seith. P.iverside. Mailed this ! sit up at home. .e nan. Me..-, !,-:,'i thrd right? b ird, but f its earing, if I'm a over letters and with that thing, an 1 . .. i i v-t.r-le; s nou a'liiuu i i v ? d :,tv.-t so. ami fixing without proper lenaia i(;i... seian o o U, iv iv u - imru eei v nionu nt l .11 ' Mil j " - menl ana v. e: r, o , v , but 1 can't d iumping up to et vou have it Miion." Mabe us oi tne i su-pic boi.'v and that body ana . I . I V ot' ! seen: ,:it want their left . thj-aro 1 dechue ! actor to tia t,,v th.. life ont. of me I manner I !a.nt!euiau it, ihs disa tli" s: hi.- ppoint-tuation i :1 to be brm t-an-.r his true eiair surface, and his face and were rapidly i v. Tha next afternoon she was able to Blodgett came i pono-v:itnhited her on what she had done, lie told her .that after the had 1 ! become uuconscuras tne man Ha l es caped by running across tiie liclu to the near-by woods, and that it now appeared he had good reason for run 'nine: awav, since he was tho accom- of some burglars at, raversnu; had sent him a large sum of piu-e who i.and it." returned j ' "Why, 1 utyw aw anvtiang ia;e money. i o:e: e, : 1 a '! n i iv. . u'.-t i ,,! M Alii a th.a ecursii id'rrad I 1 lh." :dr!. A:!i- o'i , a r getting along, on. "Are you i ne:.t week?'' an't net away, thi. bio for I),! rou know i can maue trou vou with the department for ! holding back u ! am telling you am, and you i my man. n -i?vr in her ; Main 1 i trull You know I about who I. i h ii i at -io r-ro ..Iter. fe:tviu:.r immediate avre " - 13 themselves. This iiad been lished bv Biverside oiliccrs arrested ail the men, in in tue st 1 h ern es tab o had tho nam" f " 'O a' r :atent ion seemeU . nem i. le no irrou'na a; no ri-jht to delay reo'v' at. all, but YY i ; . . e t ;!.' alh, ! ' e 1 if 'h'odgell ' u-.a1 to pay v;;il. "n' .aeeil t o a his nail pays him right t i'd like, is l- H'O yt u ; master veuv-.k'.' J oak e . y. u. "ii : i; lie . Then sac answered Ma'n 1 1 . tn at i iv. i ut Mrs. it down the sin Alli- "Xow s'- . ness. I'll a time is wortu tar, and that v:.ina''e to :a ,ata - ho. .i k a v. w t'acl- '' YY.-.-vtaA iae i-.iteh u-v n H t avs and c ' I e.tui.ot 4 .. : ive train. ne wmaow. raiss, uo foo'ish man and lay .;. I'm a cotitrac r contains apers of no vrdu'1 to any- i peeineanoaa ei ; nitiba oi id ling o r over at to me and 1 It's a !.. "1 ut'V one who had come to the omee, that morning, and by a postotiiee inspector who had taker possession of the letter. A week later Mabel was back in the ofnee. Air. Blodgett said to her the first morning: "Tiie folks here have been talking the matter over, and have Ueentea on in- them outright. The trouble, it seems, is caused by a species of nema tode, a tiny worm no larger than a pmhead. which forces its way into tho tissues of the root. "After trying all sorts of chemicals, likewise freezing and drying, the ex perimenters have settled down to tho conclusion that 'tho most effectual, complete and practical method at the present time of exterminating nema todes in greenhouses is by heating tho soil before planting by means of steam. A bulletin is m preparation which gives details of the method of r.ppiying tho steam. Pipes or tiles with "holes in them extend through the benches and steam at a pressure vt fifty pouuds or more is forced through until the soil is thoroughly heated. "How much heat is needed?"' "YYo heat for several hours until the sxi! reaches ISO degrees," replied A'idaut Sharpc. "The worms are killed at ICO, and we wish to make sure of eggs, which resist a higher temperature. "Are they all killed by the process?". "Y'es, we note no signs of the root knots where the soil has beeu treated.'.' "What is being tested with the vines now that nematodes have been room, library, kite aea and pantries, laundry aud cellar, attic or store room, and even the clo-cts. Trunks, boxes and barrels have then places and space for Hits of their contents. Nothing is left out. Marrow Toast Buy a large shin bone and ha;, e the butcher split it ko the marrow can be taken out. Boil tho bone for stock and use the moat to make potted beef. 'Mix in a hot dish a teaspoon each chopped pa.aley and lemoa juice, half teaspoon rait, h Au important discovery has been announced in the French Academy of Medicine by George Jaubei t, who has been experimenting on how to supply air or rentuv oxygen in air for a man in a hermetically inclosed space like a diving bell. The discoverer' hypo thesis was that seventy-nine per cent, of the nitrogen contained in resnirablo aid remains intact after twenty-one per cent, of the oxygon has been con sumed, and the same nitrogen, mixed with a new supply of oxygen, becomos respirablo air when the carbonic acid and the vapor produced by breathing are removed. He found that his hy- ESfiVaeHfltU tlmpk. -fu -ais' -vitiated air of au iinviirofcasC9 pro duced by respiration aud refurnishes automatically tho requisite quantity of oxvsen. Ho states that si-; or eight pouuds of this substance will enable a man to live for twenty-lour uours m a diving-bell. The inspection of milk and its sources of supply is of even more im portance from a public health point of view than the inspection of meat, since milk, is so largely used as tho food of infants. Milk, immediately it is taken from the healthy cow, con tains no microbes. li-adlv has tho gram or en; !uue ana sevi and (irons of le '-ai,, i v "We are trying whether we can add manure to the soil after it has been of t reward in tiie monev in recog- kape of a purse wieit vou uiu i:ie oiut uuj.. c oi Bam are coming in anei a o;' ana let j while, and I thought I d tell you so . .. -i -' . . i .. matter ui ; vem wonta c t be too mueu surpiaseo. Kind, saiu -ii;oei he ited, without introducing !i that Mabel ins "1 , .id. U.Pw. i ... i a. "aid t my i , ve men t m tlri sumnijr -n.vie v " pro- bv tha- ti ei . . f . 1 1 "1 i t w.iU . I a, u. i- i . i i -, ; e : wear ear p. s t a v I fa l-'.e-Kt- thai -.acre. i w, lilt a a ' i ( .1' !':' .'. v aa . e icaiv n .1 to o van- re tre jie "0 c-w . f ' T 1 . i ! , o . . : v a-h a iniia; ntlv. more adder. and wer m re I in the av. V v i U -' ! v i w-. ile i-.t v.a'tii a lift :i i a a en ictf r t ' i ; c. - t. -, ' ' , - .iing t the ".. a a.ut you t o v aeaoan. ' - : - :r w..y ka '.a- e:a n,P t any-and nui e ei :.nt, a. a i - tuat: tCo .C l e so n:y duty, evvara ior )ut vou can thank-tnem ior me. i T . . I 1 . "4. out -L coaiuit t Y.u idtase tell th top their coiaiiig. -1 hing luore that .dav than growing as glauc- ; o ei a: s o u , i c .'inin t taive au ie n-..-,r,i- retti went .ae o woru. out. and she She heard no r r e C..'. ii It . n I or tne -eveva: to t:a ' -' '!;: d tne .'a, a- v. l v. v OU IV. I - '. in ent . !.. i.tl t . . . Baa no reward. vcoek later a big oaieiat ad'lre-ed to her own : letter, and the com he IV.-tonice Bet art - Mabel Looud? Post aingvji:, a-e . i -ued. Yo.uth's Com- tho worm? again in the manure. The ex periment is not yvt complete, but we Lave seen no si -.us of tne worms and no root galls in manured benches. In cident a! v the cucumber vines show how the temperature is lower near the glass" sides of. the' greenhouse; note how the two or three other rows are k-ss thrifty than those nearer the ceu t.r. It is not worth while to try grow ing vigorous plants very close to tiie kia-.'" The cost or heating -th soil to kill nematode worms is hard to es.tir.iate, for varying condition-, hut Proa ---or Stone says 1 ''") cubic feet of foil can, ! under favorable coaditior bo heated i in an hour's time. The process kills j ad kinds of tp-jrc'5, tggs and werm4. lEienmeats are r.ov underv.-y to rdctermine v.lifthc-r .leal sp-'i of greea- .. . I 1.1- . .... emou pace.. jveeo i.ui, out noo cook away. I lave toast prej are I and hot. Now prep ire the marro"-. OU in slices and boil in one (ptart salted water just ninety Vec.nds. Mix with the seasoning, spread on tiie toast and serve at once. All m-p-L be hot to be good. Broiled Vienna Steak Have two pounds of round- frdeak cut medium, thick. Mix together four tab'e-poon-fuls f sahil oh an I one table .qmouful of minced parsley and a minced s!ic t;vh of onion and a half teasp.aonful of yellow lemon p-eh B lb bjtii sides of the meat with this mixture an 1 b.t stand over nigat. In the morn-rig i milk settled in th- pail than they abound, so many us lOtaa in one quarter cubic inch having been de tected. Thc qae-dio i which naturally presents ipaaf i, " Where d they come from';'' From the soiled teats, from the soiled hands of the workers, 'from the atmo-oh-re of the milking hel, and from he .a! themselves. They 'atiu' . V , . pos-ev Ve! V , i '.: pi r.,nid! v. a men, a i a tv ot propa : ' de Freu- faanie Laboratory, as serts that milk jip-t d,,. vn, c-intunans: in one-quarter en id inch ,! M ' iuB .;-,,;,o. seven hop-- later was found to eontaia 0 . o. After period of twenty-five (Vi mi"!ob- wt-, qiautity of nalk t:lrO be lal'-d t niiien but :iot W1PC. and bra , cental ,n a: a: gatiy over w a n a O , el drain, Best a half teasp tnneh of pepp:;r iiroiicd st-ii;, d teaspooTif nl of buB-r bro.;cu into ;ut-f, and serve on a hot plati'-r. Tiie flavor of meat tr.-ae i in this way is de liciods, and it makes tough si'-ak juy aud teude'-. 1 a tiie knif ie.t In' e n.iik i i ... .i. I a i ; , i e I s ea u iiculuvly pi on tiou thr u : i ha 1 elapsed 5,00'V p. esent in the same t.n a if the ternjtra-niu-tv-fivj degrees n.i'Tohd' p''p ultttion of dni ing th" same time the tft raeU total of lidien appear pfir i ; i a t cousamp : v of. uiiiw- eoa- ; taming tutee- -le b: ,a; Sne tar 'Bath Chans"- fa: cu ii cuaps i t ill n'arno giv-n a piis cheek I and f:..a-ied, tuong'a there is nothing to prove that the title was gamed by tne dish having been v a-soc:ate t wnn tue v.a. is f L 'V hv lie Wa Anry. 1 mg b'p j v.i's--ne "O long i that she ha 1 broken ;a-rlf of ihf lntv r.f t,i-1 e-i ee ii: v fit nine for" COkfl- p'limetjt, and a j things to he tv ni'-i ! her. But thin ti' ! guard and sq ad "It was a t'.v j I K : ' I ftPOV!r iil it how ie- ,ri7a'd i. V r. . . . . f f : ; . .n i .i r. i th aihtlesiy. itv dollar gold piec-e ve th" ministt-r who married u. vou ga wasn't it?" h-ke 1. part icu tar j; of jkitn. i tavorite coai b 3 prnc ire 1 ooa e v answered, without look l."ig Up iron n;s paoei. -eady f-. e vioiet not .rcugnt on by the 1 weakening of the pi apt caused by root So' far the tests j ui -eases g6 to: g 1 1 - -. . e.r P uer a ".f-h:-'.. 'd a. ,1 t i a. ad a a; : .a.i I I V i M i V. . .U - da. t tie ik-lt -'.'.' e ka it. :;he v iine. but she could U'.'b .-J'. uade- her twel her can .avo i "he. tk- ..nv . a t "I'd ha yon -. 1 ;v:no. it w oua :.;v m-..ncy i-.a '"tkahap ' n a Pa- - a her irrc gua . the Eu-:and Horu-tt:l luaicate mat N e w rther.- ''--a dn' on a itii The ra'.u.tb'.e engravin-3 in tiie world are L; four impressions ci Ueml:a::dt's -rtiatit of a man leaning aoer. rat- lourtu v,u k-h .. 'or B. f he original plate bv Bembran lt ws cut do-a o a:i octagonal oval and thi pic- . It .1 ior c-U-O. . k oil r-thl mere and the prints Si-, bu: of the original plats He pulled a rgll oi bills j only four print? z:e-atipsei exist al t be for 11. e il.i c I i e i i ab was -r ... Vo:in a Ila: Ler. WoriC-n b&rbfrs are not a product c-f the nineteenth century. In Gay's Mt.urr.ev to Eseivr," ublis-ued in Eugland'in 1 TI", he relates that after pacing' Miorcumbe Lake traveler- :ea;-h AtUiini? ter, where they ret for the night. lbs next morning th-? poet tells Low they were ?havi by a adv larbe:. ' " !d I t ei Watei c raking. water, ana i eiie aud ota their size, the liquor, move the s' lii-h, an 1 can boiliug fro:a roviioa rur- e soaked in cf h'at.--- h'.forft to b ... aitekd O ' 'JO cl.ant-. 1 key s i iv a.. - ' : fi . from one t accordinz to 1 'v them A get cold :u lla-n lift them out, re in and rprinkle all over withbrtal rasping. (iiriiuh wita Parsie". Kin:lnsi t i KUrol. Four:-n of the sixteen leading eads in tin country snow ln- cr-ase.l net earnings Kr l's'J'i over r.a! "Yep," he fr.rn e "That'- a g.-at lui of m)i.T. George." she s-a'gted, and then . waited, for him to throw down las paptu and 'av, "Not for -uch a trensure," a: f-omething bkc th..t, but i.e didn't, instead he replied with a depth of fee'aLg that wa unusual "Well, you can iust vcrirtstingty bet that it iV' She hasn't been much of no angler eince. Chicago Post. " Oae Mn' Kocxl. According to the Medical Record, a healthy man, with a normal appetite., and thirst, living - th.- age of seventy will have con5.i .. ..- : I'.fJ.oe'O pounds of nourishing bob J foo I and liquids. Parrots cost o-ly roortten each in South A&rica. Taking -1,"0 (.audi an the average weight of a :am'he would, by thi cal culation, masticate and diget tt weight of Lis oa body 1250 :.-' J 1 ? 'A . u Mi- I M -9. ii Ski 44 4 f - A If, I I ! 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