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.tiiwt cls J''hb Thlf hiitin Inn hern "rccoiuvnictctl ami now In ., airv and comfortHhle r lorns. Wvs. 13. F. Holder ('"ntrnl I'nrt Main Stree', CREAM -: HERE TO STAY Hrr.ii, I'ii'-, fink to. ('onfecth n, and pvoryMiiitfj idfo f!un1 in u Ortilr.WN Imkcn. Free tlellVurj to nil pnrtii of tho city, mi a for iii.itotn, GEORGE :-: FRASHER :-: frop. OHAS-DURIE" Manufacturers' Agunt for Heavy llnrvcittui; innehlnur.v, trtetiin. an imutio nnil plain eiijr'tiu'H. ml kimUol' liullei-B, Citton gin nml prt's--, Hiiitiiuii I'.ipH, ole-until-, lino Hit lite, piillovn, lieltint: mid engine lit in, hiii.l em, Mjil-rtk-f, druppotH, mowers, threshers, liny prcisns twine, oil-, etc., it.-. Ardraoro ARDMORi MfQtJ South Fur boil liiril'tulH, single or double, butrgice, siinliH atid linckn. experienced drivers llnna'a mill mules sold on L-niiiiiiisKtou. v SHEBMAN HOTEL South of Whittineton's Brick, Caddo St, J'lr.) olii in pvrry piirtirular. Xcwlv rntinvntpd and furnllird tliroirhoiit. Terin. -iil.Oil per day; $1.00 per n-ek with lodiilii'.' f.i SO por wcok '.ny hoard- V. U. KII.COIIK, I'lop. City . Livery . Stable, If yon want the linoHl uirnotit lo 1m had in WtlinoiT. don't I'tret the 'It v Ntahle. Svw htiKlt'H. rsi riitx'- 'md lino lioro-s. t'oinniirrliil trade CHprrlnlly Holicllfd. l'Aprrieiiced drivorn Mnliiliied with llie e.imitrv "fiirtili fid wlmn tie sired. llorm hii.irdnd ly ihr; duv or tlm month. Uusnve mid pnpHiingurii liaiixt'erred to and truin any part of Hie city. CATHET ft SMITH, Props. NEW TIN SHOP.. tt'pl! Tuliin.L', Fines, Job Work niii) Urpnlrin. Nixt dunr to V itlicv & Sinitli', W. M.in Si reel. CHAS. A. POWERS, Proprietor. W!iilc Dntors BRIDGEMAN I have IcuHurf thu nlnmt lions.-, . liuitoil Tabltf not tnirptiH-ut' ! F. H. G. W. WILHELM, Proprietor. LISTEN . The Star Grocery, headquarters for everv j thing good to eat, at the lowest possible prices, will moat all competition. Try me and se., 11 F. MAXEY. ScconclJdoor east of postofflce, Ardmore. Advertise in the Subscribe for the a.t ei.oo pun day. twonty-fivu nont' Prop. Ardmorr, f. T. BAKERY AND TO PLEASE. I. T, BtaUt Caddo Street. Front Drag Store and - Druffffists Supplies. SNIDF.R. Prnnriotnr ! . ... , HOUSE. pirt of y ur pitriiti!ictio the lmliiin Turrilory. TO THIS Daily Ardmoreite. Daily Ardmoreite. THE JULY i Sarsap&rilla ADMITTED READ XIULE XV. o o o o "Article that ara in o any way dan- 0 geroua or of- g tensive, alio o patent raedl- o clnes, noa- g truma, and o ernmrlcal preparations, o ... .. IngTedienti aro concealed, will not bo admitted to tho Expo- o oltlon." o Ayrr'n Sarssrarllla was admitted br. O rat It It a sbinituril pharntsceutleal prfptrHtlon. and all that ft family ttetll- J clnn ttiuiild it. Jj At tho j WORLD'S FAIR, i POOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOQ oooj TIME TAItLE. Qnlf, Colorado and Santa Fe XVy. KOl-lll llOt'NK. lalt'Mimaml Chli-nn t'.XrM 4.11 . in. Clobntiir Knn.ii.Clly Eiro. : I? p. m. SOUTH UlllXI), sltfMnn and Oilmen ns'r" Clulmriix su-l Knu.Mi City Klprrn 12 m. i.lla. I. 11. .Mahov, Ticket Ajj't. V. S. ICkknan, It en I'ns. Ag'U Arrival and Departure D. S. Mail.. Eolith boiiixl iniill cIokch !t:t!i p, in. .South iiotinit iiinil arrlvcR C:1S j). in. North bound mail 'ohci 10 a. in North bound mnll arrives 10:V.'0 a. in. Nijxlit nmllk arc elooud nt 8.30 p. in. Moticv order dopartnicut is open it 8 a. in. mid closed l ti p, in. OdlechourB t'rein 8 n. in., to 6 p. in. 3tiuilny lroui '2M p.m. to.S;.S0 p. in. dons S. Mammi ii, 1. .M. Si;m.vi:ks IIaiidv, Deputy. CHUltCH DIREOXORT. 'li.TUt Cneaeti rremlrjr Sltwt Srr ticrt every Uird'. ilsv si 11 ftOn. m iul 8 IA ii ni UttJ.iy Mrhuol, 9 .K . In. I'rarrr Mrct'.iiK evrry UVlnonUy, S 1A p in. Uuolr rrnrllr.- rwrv KrlJ;iy otitiiiir. s i p. in. ,n(ll,'' .Mil Midi It ir, ry I'm s'ln) uiirruoonHl I lie rhnrcll, .1 p. In, .Mltn ill Hoclnl mrcllu iTi'rv 'ItiMiitay lillit nt plncii aniuiunct-fl cirh Lord's Jsy (tn)cr' uirrllmc flrnt lAint'i lny In encn inuntli Alt nr- ronlifilly InvIlH lo nil uri'vlrva, I It. .Msnnn. huprriutviiilpn. .uiiilay Sdiooli Vnlnoy .lobn.on, l'.Kor. VinsT lUrriT Uiil'm.u llroadway Slrfol. f rvlrm tu-rj SaiHtny nt tl Vn. in. and 1 00 p. m. Vrnyrr merlins Wtiliirtiny eTfiilus tlbu'rluck Htind.ir phtol at 10 a in. Choir pihi'llcn Krlilnr vrnlnn ni s n'clook. I:, -itul.lil, ilol.l . l'anior. tl. II. lliuc, Cltrk. V. Illll,.riiip.'riiitrnlt'iit. CIVIC M)CII:TU, Vyrllc Ijv No. 7. K. nt I"., tnrfls cori llmr.'liy oo:lil al 7 Unit nppit'ili-mar mniie, l.'otirl ilrrrl. Vl:lln KiitKhtl cor llsllylliirllKl. W. V.. MrKr.kt sr, U .1. T. lliiKTII. K. It. A h. Anlmnrf lv!;i No. 3), A. F. gnt A. SI., n.-ii in liieir lull on .'ifia.li t'.nlJ'i jtix'et. lli Urtt Hniunl.iv ntli hi ui'.i riouth, on ur be loir tlir full inoou l t. M.iiw, Worshlplnl Matlrr. A. It. Mil.Lt MAN, ."-ccri'lmy. Autmuri' Clisntrr, No II, lloysl Arch Mn iniir. in fit In lliilr bnll urrr Wuitlniioii' or- ihe.romtli ThuiwUr nUhlm nu b monlh. ( II It'irck, IlKlil'iir.t. A. II Hii.i.imm, .-scrrtary . Artlmorit Camp No S3, t nmlmrn of the j '.flll'l. IllV'l. II, .11.11 ll'rrpi 1 Hill lfl(10ll Mali rvrry trrtiud and fount) JJonility nlKhu In mrli inniiib. VlnUIng- otfrrli.'n. Inrllwl to Hllrml. I.'. II. Kr.Misies, coiitnl cominamler. Uiuiuic If Kan, elnrk Advertise in thu Anltunritu. . . TO ALL POINTS NORTH and st- j vagrcs Taucs Buffet sleeping care . . . ANP . . . Free Rscukikg Chair Cars From T-Qsras TO St. Louis, Kansas Cltv and Chicago, Maklnisrtnssronnsrtlon with fast trains o Kaitprii anil Nurtbcru Il;ms fu,- i Mow York, Boston, Fhllqdolphia uunaio, Montreal and tt. Paul. The "Katr" now runs to 6t. Iouls ovsr Ite own mils. And Is tnowity contuiuoujlln from Iicup AViitor to St. LouU, Kansas City and llannlbul. SERVICE UlfSURPASSEO. Information cheerfully furntthed.hy 'AMES HAItKKR, iy. a. oiujstr, 4T.tOI,'U.ao. DAtlwS, i 0LD "PaPRS F0R SALE m rAw HB DOT A LESSON. Ih rintlintlaitl. Inturanm Aol Wa Too f.nthotlmtlo to Kutcr-L "A man In my buslaoss,'' remark! I a vnry successful solicitor rf life In untnee, "c.n't bb too cirrjful not tc i tfto cnthnMattlo la hia ahop Uilk. Of cutira h ranU et In u'l th'-j nrjra ment lie coa. but It mnt be .doao jnJiclouily. I remember when I bs j pan the work I could Aeouuly flul i a IJertlTOi nnonffh to dewrlbo the oi 1 eelle noe of my company. Oa Any, j howoror, 1 (ot a not-bsok that tnu,'lit mt n ta'.nnbla leaion. I had gono to a fine rlak, a friend of my father'a, a man of Wit forty ami jfool for the limit. He wanted lire thotinnti l nn.l I wnnto.l him but I waan't cerialn of , him, for he had his mind wt on ! another company. Just the Kimo, I tucltlcd him, anil the way 1 talked up i my company and Its rery superior nd ! rantayci orer nil othcra waa worthy i f publication on a circus poster. ' 'Hold on a minute, Charlio,' ha , said. Interrupting irv In a gtiihltiff I flotv of enconium. 'Hold on.' ' 'What is it7 I asked, UdnUioy I had him. '"Do you really belieTO all these things you are telling me?' " 'I mot emphatically do.' " 'And do you want mo to?" ,. , " 'I don't want vou to ro irilb tho company if you don't.' 1 " 'Well,' ho said qulotly, 'T won't go 1 Into it, liecnune, my boy, If I baliered ' Implicitly that your company's policy I embodied all the adYanta?us to the lnaurcr lhat you claim for it, I'll be 1 blamed if I wouldn't commit suicide ' In order to enjoy them.' 1 "Then ha smiled and I lost lili.i, but I ncrer lost the lesvm." THE INDIAN A3 A FIGHTER. It. Was Horn toVhl.ninrlM In fUhtlnK, ami Wilt anil fan right. "The Indian Is the most vicious fighter on earth," said Major Harbour, late press agent of the world's fair, . . . .... . but a former plainsman. "Von road In the accounts of the South African oar where a hundred or two Knglith men go out and whip S.000 or 10.00") black men. Thero is no tinclvllixeil people on esrth. no race which Is ut terly Ignorant of what wc call the sci ence of war, thnt can for u minute compare with ton Indions as warr'orn. No frontier general would think of leading his troops against a body of Indians ivhern the odda were gro.itly against him. Why? liccausu the lie dlan is natttnilly a llgliter and a murksman, and Utcanse he has imeu quick lo learn what the whit . armies hare taught him iu wnrfure. "Take that flirlit In whieh Silting Hull was killed. That was a skirmish, i it's true, but It illustrates my point, j There woro just sixteen men ou each . aide. Those Indian scouW rode straight through the camp of Sitting Hull, und .engaged the old demon him self and fifteen .of his picked warriors. In a battle In which ur man knew he had more than au even chance of i,ur riTlng. "I've seen them. They love-to fight. Their ambition i to win glory in fighting. Their tradlt'ous urge th-;m on ti fight. It's their only rjatly aris tocratic bminoits. Thev are ihyalc ally wull tuitliUcd to tlglit;-thv know how, and you can bet they do tight wheu they get at it." i H!!vr tlnln. a llor. A silver quarter dollar rarely doei w. much damage as In the .case of t ; lreel-car horse in Hen Jill',', I'a , which . has been utterly ruined by this little j piece of money. Kit th pat fout years there has been a hurati iu tli llinl street stables of the city passen ger railway company that became lome for a few days every month, and on each occasion a hard lump formed on the right shoulder, but uever twice at the I , IP1. , . ... l. , niiiu (Mui'p. lut uttuiinon im corior intemleiil Iligg was railed to the hornc, and lie hod the shoulder lanced. The Miperinteudont sUxt aghast when a quarter dollar whs tnkeu from the lump. A hear iu the horse's chest leads Mr. l!ijf to holiere tJ ..t the borne was Injured some ycaro ago and i that the qiurter was planed in tha i wound to keep it opoo for the re moral ' of pus and then forgotten. A lcullnr Will. One of tho most peculiar xvllla over i n;eorded was that of Madum Meens, who died in Antwerp, iu which sli ' left all her estate to her relative.! up to the twclth degree of kinship The ' testator was repoitod to hsvo been' ! worth oue hundred millions of dollars. The ambitious relatives hastened to Ale their claim. Ah a result the court , Is obliged to pass upon the alleged rights of H.I51 helra. The family , tree of one heir alone covers a space sixteen meters square. Tho poorpeo-1 pie aro doomed to disappointment, as ' the estate turned uut to be worth only 1 about three millions. So many law-1 yera have been ougned that tboir fees alonj will swallow up this ainnuot. Kingly Ea( a Llok.il tiy a Cajntc While coming aorosa Coinl flat re cently W. C. Plumraer, of Prinevllle, Oregon, witnessed an exciting light between an eagle and a coyote. The eagle had caught a rabbit and Die coyote undertook to take it away from bim. The ogle defended hit. prey manfully for home time, but the coy etc wan too much lor him and finally got away with tho rabbit, but not until the eogle hod clawed several handful, of hair out of his back Mild left him somewhat disfigured. A rnhllrallon ltiite.1 by a I'laarU , One of the newspaper curiosities of the world H called Le Passage de Venns (the transit of Venus), and Is ' to be published whenever thu tv 1 tronomical phenomenon recurs- IU ! flrtt Issue bora the da to of De- eeraber 6. 183; the next will be dttad 1 1 June t, VXt. The tpljscrlbers of tbta i uulque journal cannot jvos-ilbly hope to TORNADO fJJjOT. OTIOtl. A Hcleiitlflo IXsTlrlfter ui.r . tli I'nif nrl -hif.r Uxtiit. J Tho "para-tor'na'doos," or tomndc destroyer, Ik tholnamo of a tna0hln(,ft msr-araresratlon ojtlnanimt y. uiuii tuny oririKe' rank as ono oi too jnost amiHMOUlMmaj.iaitht.lU-oorapoaiU,'JkM 1- lnroutloiis of tha jt: Tha power ol this notr'waarion :ocaVott a iari'iflc Dnotny 'hai not been UjWaJyotKtiit, bocauso It has boon 'iearce a mouth ?lnco tho brain ' of' lls 'lnyontor do s!(nod it, nad, ooeand, bouutina tlicro li'avo loen no thrnaioei availahlo In his locality to destroy. ' It Is the.lnyuntlon.of Kuifiio .Tur pin, a muo roucutly roloasod from f Fraiich prison. Ho nys Lieutenant Klndlay, of too I'nlMd States wnnthet huiuitu, coutlrins Ka e, or at toast ho dcrlaros tlmt nearly all tornadoo. aro formod lu tho upper layers oi atmosphere Tho records of tho Unitod Suto; woatlior buroau show that tho tor nadoes la Amorlca always travel from tho southwest to tho uorthcniL This Join? ostablishu I, It .Is com' paratlvely easy to laca the onomy, becauso you know fiotn just what direction ho will coma Thu daneorojs oxtout Is only an eighth of the point j of tho pompan, euys tho Kansas City Journal, that is. if you protect atoun on iu sou'h wost boundary for onrt.nlfilith of It clrcumfuronco It will bo tornado proof. It Is a well known fact thut a wator spout at rva collapses instantly It a heavy gun Is fired. This Is so well understood that nearly nil ships Id f.rnnl-nl lntlfllrlfW iiit.-v n untinun f.iv this purpose A tot nudo on lund. which Is a phenomenon of tho same nature-, cau bo .dissipated In tho tumr way. His .plan in a nutshell, then. Is to ettablish aorial 'toricdooj. tixed oo hl'h townrs. nnd. II kn tho oleetrli 1 ght towars used In wmo American citios, and so.nlncod that tho otplu 1 Mon can nly .taki place by auto t . , . .i ... . . . ,. inntlc notion of the tornado llaolf. Tito apparatus which I hao de tdguod. and patcntod a few days ago, .is io constructed thut a wind of tor nado Intcujliy will by snupio me ctiimieut rnHHos di-o'jnro tlio power ful oxpioslva with wiiich tho muga xiuo ! londcil. "I am uuriiiaiitod with ex.iloslvci ami i iion.n oxaigcrato wuon . say iiiav iiht n)ii.iruiu. Tiui-ii i.hid iu lutmi win Keep in puncuv wori:ing order without attention for nbout n 1 rentury. I slmuld uno nbout 1!) I ' poutids of tlio most powerful explo- l ,u, ett"h towor- r I'rkmo. 1 ho explotdtm would dovclope nn immcuso amouiu o g.s uuner cnonuo. pies- sure, quite capublo of .lestroy ng any lonmau in lis viriuuy. ai ino tame lime .tlm explosion taking place 12(i leot or higher In tlio air would do no damage to buildings or other 1 propcr.ty lower down. i The number of thoi-e lowers or , pam-tornadocs necensary' would de pond upon tho area or Importance of , tho town or bulldingH to bu protected, j To Inru sh iibiniulo protection It j would le neccsiary to place them from fifty to 1J) yards opart tht minimum width of the pntli of u tor nadowithin tho dnngerouj ootnnt. Tukr, for lnjlntie. it town three mi ft in iliAmetur. Tho d-;n 'ecous octit'it would b? nbout a tiulo alonj Its southwest border. I would plaeo sixty parn'tornadoos lu four ron's a'ong that soetlon of tho circumfer ence. 'Unit would ropreacat an ex- peue ol about 73.'. ttTpit.r.!i ljnclloat nt rrfnm-.. Th';re rns qulto a ra;ie some years ago in tho Kn't for perfuming tha skin. Some phyrlclnu discovered that the hypodermic Injection ol eomo porfumoM, Mich us whito rose, lilac or vi let, undor tho Hkln, caused the perfumn to 1m oxlialod from the uhoio b dy, and even from tht bre.ath. All tlio Indh-s wanted to be porfuraod. Tlm operation bad to be repealed about once a nook in oi lor to secure tho desired results. Hut un'orlunute y, two or throo of the periuiued ono-) su.furod subsqtiontly fam blooi poisoning, undone o,-two diod. Thut put a quietus on the hypodermic In octlon of porfume, and the whole tn:ittnr dr qiped I.undoo Atirwers. A I'rvx cilal IHt.t. Lvtdenees of n preglaclal rivor have been found, wlilrh In earlior npos dr.ilned l.nke MIohigau woit. ward luto what Is now tho Mlaslssip- pi rivor. bomo of tho plucos where this river ran nro oovcred by nearly two hundrod feet of deposit, .but the idft wh.e.h oecupios the river's bod is black and contains shells wiilnh show rornuluoot ourllor animal life, proba bly before mon livod ou this pUnot Dim Oak of llrlttanf. In the ground surrounding the ab bey of Votron, lirlttany, tliero ooco flourished au oak which is said to havp sprouted from tho staff of St Martin. This miraculous sprout wat transplanted by the taint aud is said to have almost Instantly bocomo a full-grown tree, furuleblng shade for a praying band of almost a score of women tho noxt day after It waa trausplantod." 7h,r Tnoli no rhsneos. Two met. at work sweeping and I tuning the stroot In tho upper part 6i V.T..crk. . . . ... McGinty. It looks HUo rain Iet'6 rit drtwu, MolTt Bo Job bers it moight rain and then vc would be doln' thU worrlok (m nothing." -Texan 6lftins. ,7nlln from l.xpttana. ilruivn. who bat mat an aid irlend I euppoje your a is It cuita a yoruaj tsas sowf firait 0. yes. he's arrived at yeara of discretion. IpUeed, ho' forcg to:b carried. ' Brown Do you call that d!sr i .Hob?- Truth. LtviNti dEr.n. omoinnrtt nclirI to n. Mum , Koormmmly AMIr. Atom. pr, i ( ran think -yonr -pothhod 4Jamnnd' AryBllli3-oa afway wrua. ir you rbid of bJirlr. oohannt moltdn. ua . Iro eqaa4t AUtakun. I U ha? 4 aim Vn Ixua that wokr (rlTjtiaJcf-trt diamonds ;ro mV(05of actlv taolecitles. laairauoh' as crery oom- piot bc-Jy la-compoMilvof mn'.tittls 31 oKMoainjriy smaii, -yt wn ions' Unsnilshable'tBoleotdet; lit .mitfhl b4 concluded that 'In a so'.ld,1- at least, hso partiolM wowld bo olnsterod t ifethr In an Indirislble ioav Tills iory at appliod to diamond I Id oorrvct and ha beon oomplntflly orsr Jirown by. tho rsarobi and exprl aonUtlons of Sir Kotx-rt Hill of lr erpooL The facts ftot forth by Mr. Hall with reforer.ee to the struoturo of S ilamond ara fatcinatinfr. It') asaerts that were the sensibility of onr eyas increased so as to make them a few million times mora powerful it woaM be seen that the diamond atoms, which forms the porfoot gem when ag gregated In audi dent myrlali, an each in a condition of rapid ruovemeat it tlm most coraploz tetriptlon. Iach molecule would bt.secn swtn; Inff to and fro with the uliujat vio lence among the neighboring m de cides and qulrerin from the shocka it rucilTcs from encounters with other molecules, which occur mtlllo'ttt of times in each second. Tho hardnss and Impenetrability so charaoter'atta tvould at first siht seem lo refute th i' i'r"'" v""' ' " ' " olnstcr of rapidly miring particisa; but the well-known Impenetrability of the fm nrtsei from tho fact that, when nttempt Is rn'ide to pros a steel point Into a stone, it fails, became the rapidly morluf molecules of th stoas (batter the m.iUl w.th such etroor- dlnary veheinsose t'tst they refuse tn allow it to penetrate or erea to raara the ?ryata!llrnd surface. DIED OP A BROK2N HEART. & M'frs's rath.tlf! Orl.f lltrlh. ttoalh at Kit Wir. Tliere recently died in fuisiana aa old negro woman named Aunt llarrlst Mojre, who left to lnoura hor the , h!lftl,fnrt .lfl, wlmn &tia K.t litrv4 wmothlng orer rtfly year. Unci. year. jvfic seemed Nujfgle Mrmed brokenhrarUd orr . tho loss, and It Is thotlfht finally had 'lis mind unsettled by his b-r.ate- htnt At any rats after Anntllarriat tad been dead ar.d bnried several lays hsr husband wont by night to i sne cemriery an-i oisiuierrei v:a i W fm ,d Utm I Uf, WM mjt pn thf home again, by a man of , his own color, who. Uklu;- biia for m ghost, fltd from 1dm. lie, hoivtver, told what he had ssen. an I the neigh bors went to Uncle NugijVs cab'n and I found him engaged In rubbing 'tha ' feet of the corpse with mustard, and trying to force down the rigid throat hot whisky and water. ' - The old mm sad ho hal been) iranimi in a dream that hi wife waa only in a trance, arid that if lie wuM fetch her hoioi nnd nvi measures In revlva her alio w uu'd emit to lif again. II' ff'- f wh"tt l!i holy was aam t.i'ien fro'u h.in as p V-ftit, auj he soenifd urabie tt otlrnd ,th aecoud b.ir!at. Hut, a.s the enftlo wa be in i.' lower d lcU the' grave, "lncla Nugg'e sudd -n' anp-ara U an 1, breakin-; thri)U;h the put? a.xrtt the grare, threw hiiasslf into the ledlnw Ion the cat'eat. Ho was yotlen out 1 with all speeJ, but he foitn I to be quite dad tin. ugh n ?,ir ) h'ns was visible, an I tht vnHIot ivnn b physicians is that tha oil man died ia the a:t of ctstl; g himt.lf down of heart failure, or, in other words, liter ally of a broken heart ! Hot r.ton With tha Imif I It told of Henry W. Ialn, tha Boston lawyer, who recently died In that city, and who more than ooea refused a seat ou the Massachusetts u pre me court bsnrh, that while ha was argulD a eaie one day befera Chief Justice Oray the latter Inter- ' rupted the co'irso of tha anpmDt ' with the impatient remark: "Mr. j Paine, you know that is not law." The nature and manner of the Inter ruption w ire of a kind In throW area j the mint sulf-poeooa advooato erl his bolanco. Mr. Pain?, however, without any outward man ifeatatio of , auooyonce or embarrasiment, replied j with simple dignity, "It was law a a til ' your honor spke," and prooeadt i witn nm argument. Wlicr. SnUIJs .Has Kscatakta. A beggar ot I'esth, Hungary, wha . as arl'ested for throwing himself luto the, river with intentions of cotv mlttlng autcido, was discharged afteav telling hia remarkablo rtory. lie waa an aged and shrlvolcd tpeulmea ot ha manity,, with long, patriarchal beard and acknowledged that be was-paasi 91 years of age. Ills excuse for at tetnrltlrj- to take his own Hfe was that be was no longer abla to take ear of bis fathsr aud mother, -who were aaa4 13.1 and l!o years raspeotwaiy, Ba Tra Haarttxl. She stt dowj itb tha flaree Hgh of controversy shining in hir oyaa. 'What'sithe reison yc tShsk womear should not ba allowed to-vnte? eh aggreoivoly Inquired, 'T don't ,obr Ject to the single women voting,- K answered, "but I thlak a poor mar ried woman who haa a Isuaband te lookatter baa U the trouble ea Her hand hs detcrrav That's my onj reason " She arose -with her fiuee aty wreathed In emtles. TToU-Ca.-od foe Vj Ot&nrv The aeldier U the beat fad fte dividual ot hia .claw im. Enrojse, Tha British aoldler raotlvea for hU dally ration I8.oouces.of bread, IS at taaat, S rice, bt dried vegetable, tl ai patavroa, ani once a stack h raaartvaa I oasoaa oi ta.lt, i .of .oa VtA.9j0 .aagar.