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i " ! , jtM a 1 11 uj. . win -,,, or ccrdlal ami r blvuit. lit PUZZLE PICTURE. f ISH II . . - . . I - l tikin?. ami - hat he th-i Jl 8 LfiVLIIJLvi I :l...ir until my death' 1 It , SV . il 4 11 ' 3 ' I '.' t I i an reproduce airiiot rv TU&0,k W( DIB I yriTVsr.nTltJ ' """.' &6s&fZS& PWv I ajai 1 . 1 et1 r tit ,wnraaanwaV(MaKMktf' j , ,f Ur-1 str.mge Xlr ,uf tt.ee olu 1? W I I itiiniri i ) 1. i )i ? .n t.. anil if -II ' ' mf ; till 1 k& tviitch we selves! This one is s" 11. so old, that I nituot comprehend why It has living and tenacious In mjr mind. Since that time I have met "ilk so many thine, minister, aiXectlnjr or terrible, tkat it surprise mm to nam1 tlmt a single day cannot pass with-out the face of Mother Clochett retracing- itelf before ray eyes, juat as 1 knew her, s long when I vvus only 10 or IS years old. She wa an old seamstress ao .game each week. on Tuesday, to mend Use family line. My parent one of those country called chateaux, which are old house with peaked roof. with four or ire farm,- rroupeaj around. The village, a large one. laot a tava, H-a visible .ome hundred feet distant, closely the church, an edifice of n Brie, by time. Every Tuesday, then. Mother 'arrived, between half-past six ami .evca ia the moranmg. and roins up to the liaea press, coauneneed sir work. She . a talk thia sromaa. beard ed, or rather hair.r. for unaxpectcd aad urprwng tufts of hair appeared , all over her face. j She limped, aot like ordinary !ta. but like a tesrt at aaewor. Miea jJjc her larc body, boar aad beat, oa her owe cood lee. she seemed a if about to take a ' leap, ia order to ride a hatre wave; then iddentT he would ptu?e. a if to disappear ra aa aby. or to sink into the rround.. Her it rave the imnre.Hn of tempo:, as she seemed to .-win? and balance herself i at the same time; aad her head, al-1 tutor answered stupidly. -I came up way?, covered hh aa eaonaon to rt a little on the hay. M. tiraha.1 rhitc bonnet, the ribbon of which j The rrsnary was er lonr. er floated down her back, appeared to wide and absolutely black. (ravrre the horiaoa from the pushed the frightened ounr rirl to oth. and from south to J ward the end of the room, command-north, with each movvmoat that she! iar: "Go don. hide jourself! lihatl made. 1 lose my place! Kape! Hide!" f adored Mother Cloebette. A.- , The master, hesriar whispcrhsc. ooa a. 1 mi out of btfd I J coariaoed: Vou are aot atone here?" ed to the liaea pre--, where 1 fouad - Uh. ye. M. Grabu!" her iatalled with her a foot- j "You are aot. tiaee you are talkinr. warmer at her feet. When I "1 swear to von that I am. M. Grabu." lCJrrd he iaited oa my takinr the foot warmer and eatinr her-lf jpoa it. ia order that I should aot take cold hi the chilly room, xhich was directly under the roof. "That draws the Mood from the throat." she would say. While she darned the tfaaea writ her kaar. crooked active tmrer. she told me stories. Her ctc. behind her spectacles with their straarely mar-1 nifyitu: tfor ace had weak ened her sirht). appeared to ase ensranti. traarely deep, aad doubt:. She had. a far a I eaa recall from the thiap wbsek he told ase. 1 o'.ute rsre: "loa will come and ptek and by which my caddisk heart was ' me ap wbea he fc rse."heaid. Aid raored. a souL She I he Iaped cat. tar everythin; rrcat and She Father Grabu fouad ao one., aad. related to me. of the towa; 1 rreatly urprfyed. descended a pa in. the story of a cow which had e- j A quarter of aa hoar later M. frm the bara. aad had beea j bert came to me. aad related hi ad-found one nsoraiar hs front of Pro j venture Tbe ounr girl remained cr Malet's- milk watchiar the turninc lyinr t the foot of the walk unable of the wooden wiao; or the Mory of a bca ecr diacovered fa the j -church turret, where ao one couH ' raiaia; in torrent', aad 1 carried to ever i marine what creature had j my hcue tbe unfortunate maiden, corae to hay it there; or the ac whoe rirht let: was broken in tares count of the dor ol Jeaa-Jeaa 11 la -s ' places tbe buae harlnr pierced that had recovered at tea J throurh the aVth. She mace ao from the lUkure ht ma-! ptaist. aad oaly aU. with admirable te.r had beea tdea S resaraatioa: "1 em punitbed, well by a by a thy were dryiar paabked!" before the door, after a shower. be . 1 tat for help, aad fer the relative! related thee :impse eveat ia such a ; of the workwoman. H t, thee cnMsocr that they aumed. in my I reJtted a" fable of a runaway team mind, the proportions oi j which had thrown her dost acd drama, of anl plrd1 her before m doer They poeus; and the mtreaious lieved me aad the police ia vela tale lareated by poets aad narrated o nse. ia the eveatnr. by my m th-' er. had not that svor. that fvtlnem. 1 hat power, which the rark&fe of the ( peasant prsed. J One Tted. after hatvtr parsed thr catir morarag in listeaiau; to j Mother CVtohette. I went, with a raat. to rather ami in the IUUot j scthhis. uaoK mi m oirpre laras. 'Oa ray return I srent up to rejoin Hhe oM Mosnaa. I recall -II .VI. as diUnrtly a the event of yter -day- On the door of the linen room. 1 percened the -ld seamstress IHnr on the Soor beside her chair. ' ther face on the rround. her arm x. , tended. tHl holding her aedle ia one j hand, anl in thr myhirt. 1 One of wer ies (ve lanrer one, dc.btleK. tn a blue stockiar. wa tretchel under hrr chair; and her iptctacles ere c1ttening at tfie end f ithV rtHim. havinr rolled from her. I rusliel out. riinr harj crie of difctrcs. The family tame to my cail. . tor some memmtk 1 lea rued that kfolJier Clochette dead. 1 can- j mot describe the derp ematlnn. aiant and terrible, which c n traded rm cliildih heart. 1 descended tcttU to xhv hidiar me!f in a tlnrk corner in the depth. 1 f an antHue sofa, where 1 knelt, weopintf. I miiat h. e resnained there a lotitr time, for darkness eame oa. After awhile t lamp mt I as ut diMTfvcrcd, and I could lictir my father rnd mother talkie; with the whose rolce 1 re rniacd. , He 1 1 r. (1 been sent for ImwedVa'e'v .and wn8 now e.vplniiiinr thecau. - . f nl ttttnek. of which e.vplauati n 1 comprehended nothitur at tba llmr. 'Ilica he ti. ;cu l.unaelf and accepted t skkwMktSm h (saklhc). poor woman! Shewai nv first pathnt. She broke her t he very day of my arrival ia thi place .ind I had not even tinM to wash my .innus, oa descending front the star. cach. when 1 was seat for ia all hate for the (ik wa a fra one. She W4 It year old, and .v beaiitifu? pit I. ten beautiful! W.u: one beileve It? As to her history. ' n.ie never toM it; aad one hut mv self aad one other, who is no hncn ia tbe country, ha ever known it. , that she i dead I eaa he less di At that tiro a aasistart :. tr:tctor, with a pretty face '. a ft gttre. aad military beurina?. came a: metalled himself ia the town. A'.: tk girls raa after him, bat he pretended to treat them with disdain- bcir.g. 1-ides, much afraid of the maater ol the school, his superior. Father tirabu. who was aot alway s ia the bet tempers. Father Grahu employed at that tlmt as seamstress the beautiful Hortease (who has just died la your house), ami i who was later, after her cccuieat. hap- '. tixed (lockctfe. The iMitlaci teacher distinguished t with hi notice the beautiful voutig girl w ho wtt. doubtless iattered at be- ! in? chorea by this invincible conquer- at all events she praated him a ( meet: a ia the rranarv of tbe school ! at nightfall, after a dmy of ewiatr. he made a pretense of returnina j home, but instead of descendinp the taircse and leainf the Grsbu house, j she mounted the stair and hid herself ;a the hay. to await her lover. He coa joined her. and was eommeacia to make lore to her, when the door of the loft opened, and the mater of the , school made his appearance, "What are you doing up here. . 1 Ubettr Feann? that all mM b ' found out. the infatuated youag I I "I will and out about that!" replied the old man; and. lockiar the door, he went down for a candle. Then the touar ma, a coward at you will see. lot his head, aad becoming suddenly furkns. It appear, repeated: "Hide, to that he tkall aot sad you! Yobw ill depei erne of bread for the rest of my life. You hQI ruia my career! lHdel" Tb tj wa heard taraiar jn tbe !ok. Hortease raa to the little window wahrh looked out 0 the street, desly apeatd it. thea. is a low aad to rie haviar fallen from the second story 1 weat with him to her. It uas fcr a mcath tbe aathor of the dent. n,at mBs ta(. eBd 1 lrn voq tBa, && wasau a a heratae trwr a-$ Ihoje who aeeompffeh the to r'e deed f. That was her only love affair. She ;-,: una.rrM 5"a" .. ,.,.., - ta) ...bttme ta her devotion. XwA u I did nsh lepty admire her ! should nrt have told you tfci, storv . . . " - - - - rbirh I have ner related !... dariar her life. You will understand why The phy;cian was flet. Uanuca m Fapa uttered a few won' whih 1 "W aot understand; ,. jB went away. f rPaaaiaed on m) kaee on the ofa. obbtnr. ttraare ound i heary step oa tl - ctaimte. Tlie; were carryirr awa) the bry of bj Mrvia from the French of RDy klaupaant. Heprinted from Oranre Judd Farmer. It m no: rencrally known that on ascenmnr the thr me Kinr Edward became runnlian if hi rraa I .l. ,V 'u.m.1.,' lt.. I : - "rsn. iwit irnm riiit oriDC ( sealed. T1J nt t tablis..,ed by law. uearty ?no ear. i .?. sml the riehl was frequently ex- rr or oy inr e navs, ao Bad a a f with their sun. No member of the royal family kv marr without the krr conaeau: otbervriac the marrmajc k void, Tk Tart gHi'.ecnlng this matter was tanked 1 at the instigation of (.eorre lll in eoa3aquene af his brothers laj hubfectr. I'orwrty fc.at 4tf bml, ntgf .Ifc, ft .tt t" dnwr"s Tiam few and fr Vi a ajwaaauayaaiia Wtinama.aiaajaaiauaTaaaaw KtyyojMii. gfWJg " A w v ". V V U L v f ' I 1 J . JHaBBaa ma? M . "hj I & - nr? r. ia . irn vavw.i t. ,- V U V1XltTL4. y. GaAft' j. v i f Jm &? W Rcr AL l-3 i tn 1 1 It II THE STARS AND STRIPES. 'erne laterrtlns II l.torlra t fpt bj Urn. Darllne on'Tl ll and Olit i;iorj. Gen. CharieW mr ecretaM of the Oneida Hutorical oriy. fives herewith onte tat: fact refardtof the start aad it ripe. sa the I Kress. It is well known to all students of history that on the Hth day of June, 1777. ronsrress resolved that the dar. of the 13 I'nited State, should be U stripes, of red and white alternately. and that the urioa should be 13 star nf .. .jf on a Kin ld to rnreent hi.. u... a new constellation. tneu netsj Xoss made the first dar by order of Gen. Washinrton. she formed the tar 1 w ith &t point . after the French U le. aad did aot adopt the style of the rave t'.x point to the tar. This nrst dar was made in Philadelphia tsar time between May 33 aad .Tune 7, 1777. and the stars were placed la a circular form. The resolution of concress adoptior the de.lrn of the dar was omcially promulrated September 3, 1777 The star and stripes, however, had been raised pri r to this time, for the dar was first unfurled to the breeae in battle at Fort Starwlx. the site of the preseat Ht; of of Rome. la what i bow Oneida eouaty In July. K77. durinr the operations af Oca. Hurroyne ara:at the American in the Borthera departn.ent. M BritUh toldiers and 909 India as were sent to attack Fort Staawlr. which mounted six runs. The aarrison I consisted of the Third New York Infantry, under Col Pe'f r Gsnsevoort. numberinr about 300 area As the troop aad the Indians approached, commanded b St. Lerer, Lieut. Col. Maricns Wlliet undertook to provide a dar. the pot at that time j beinr without one. Tne red f ripe or the flar were therefc.re cut from the petticoat of a soldierS wife, the white stripe and tar eaire from ammunition bar, aad the blue field from tbe military cloak ot Col. Swart wout. The Bar made of this improied material was run up on the SaotaS at tuarbe Aacut 4. 1777. amid the cheers of the brave American soldier. TYhea Venae at (1791) and Kentucky (179S) were admit ted as tates two new itan. were added aad the cumber of , stripes wa increased to 15. arranged la three rosr of five each When Tennessee (17M). Ohio (Isd:. Louisiana (1512k. India aa (I:lftk and Mississippi (1:17) were admitted to the union, resolved that the number of Stripes should be reduced to 13 ami a star should he added for each state ss it came la. Thia rlorions banner of the free, baptized la blood at it birth. u bow the iymbol of liberty rerulated by law. It ha never yet beea lowered before a toreira foe. ana nut 1 tne rreatest tti 4, rmi to v;.t,m it . ' " "sn w. - j j without a star misinr frm the field whose hue wa bora in Heaven's own blue. Rllclbtr. A lady who spent1 her !einre lime in orranldnr lea rues wa receatly peakiar to an audience j of hoys over on tbe east side. After j her lecture the talked with the lads iaformailv. One little chap piped up: -Mius, kin I belong r "Aw. close up!" interrupted an older boy. "youVe too irall to belong, ain't he. mi-Bj?" "WeU. miasfss," in&Uted the urchin, "I smoke." Detroit Vrtt Pre.. Klntlrrtl Wnmlrrt. Pudge 1 tell you medical cicace i detelopiar iato a w.nuerful thlttr thee dai. They seem rej;: able to 2ccomp!i;h the impossible the latet? "1 jut read that the. hae an Willie Sappe for brain feer." Thi is ccn more wonderful. They have just operated on a poor man far appeadieitls." Baltimore Herald. An IndWprntnlilr l'unrt Friend But if youmut rmueexoiir why dn't j.iu discharge your private secretarj? lib Ixrdship vhai: An,' meet all lloe creditors peraor.a.U '.' I should certain! not!--London Tit-Hit. Men U'lio ,"eier Slake MMnkn. Tha man who saya he aeter uinkos a mistake probably don't know one when he saoi It. Cnicaso Dallv NWn. S - vrc i O Z - ' " a n - i-.. - -?&? JcZ: v -s u v nr, - YM&m x' , r hit that nix:. li 15 ITf THE STOLEN PARROT. Jail Molr a larrh oh Jollti. and nK I'tnrapitlr tor Crram a llic I'rnalty. Women are renerally suppo! to be the excitable portion nf the human race; but now and thea the tendency ia strangely manifested by some hitherto equable and dirniieU asan, says the Detroit Free lres "My wife hax a pet parrot." remarked a lawyer, "and aa our oal son is rrowa, she laviahe a rreat deal of time and attention on that bird. It Is n vary clever bird. 1 must confess; many of its antics and remarks arc really too human to be jeated about. The other day I went home a little earlier than usual The house was all quiet; my wife was evidently away. Not heariar l'olly'a everlastiar chatter. I went out on the side porch to see if w aaleep. There sat the bottom of her bisr care, but ao caga and ao 1'otty. My instant decision was. ot course, that Tolly had been stolea. and 1 must do hosnethtnr about it rirht nay; my wlf would fed terribly if Polly was rone for good. "My son's drug store is not far from oar home, so 1 rushed -yes. I mahed, I admit It. for 1 was genuinely excited I rushed around and told my son. He became excited, too. for he knows ho his mother that parrot, and he ld we must see the police at once. So we called up the police station, aad la about IS minute we bad two police men and a number of neirhbnr and Innocent by sunder who felt railed upon to come in. walk in? around la our back van! and cxnminbir the porch, the back rate and so on. All at once my wife appeared on the cene. ?he had been dona town, and had her arm full of bundle. " 'tioodnesn me!' he exclaimed. inkiar into a porch chair, 'what b the matter? Hare you had a fircT " So.' I replied, as calmly as 1 could. 'Don't ret excited, Julia, but Polly has le en stolen! Mj wife dropped all her bundle In a heap and hurst into a sarcastic laueh. 'Don't ret excited. Julia,' she repeated. 'Well. Jollu. don't you ret excited yourself. I locked Polly an n the pantry before I went oat. so you ran please pay off your Klice-men and treat me ami the neighbors to pineapple ice cream.' WATER RIGHTS INVIOLATE. ?prlR and A rlla In I'alratlnr r I mlrr Ikr I'rotrrllon of r r rr l.n. As in New Mexico and Arianna. water U the most preciou thinar in Palestine, ami the law which protect "Prinr ami wells are ery severe. Most ot the wells are artificial. Itich men at very rreut expense lutre chiseled baidas and resenoirs out of the rocks t j receive the dow, from springs, ami in many places where no sprit- could be found they have drilled through the limestone a hundred feet, and sometimes twice that di- tanre, to the artesian basin. None but very rich sheiks can afford auch an evpeuditure; nevertheless, they have not only been the greatest benefactors of their fellow men. but those who hne unk wells ami built fountains have erected moHunieiit.s to their fume more endurinr than palaces or temples or shafts of rran ite. write William K. Curtis In the Cliknro The Temple of Solomon has forever, hut the jmm1 which he walled up with ntasonrx and tilled with water still remain. The wells that Abraham and Jacob drilled in the rock n net of piety as well s (tower, are as lm mortal n their names, and will live forever, as lon ns men feci thirst. According to a juat custom of the country, ,atiT rights could neer l forfeited. No man who owned a well might refuse his iieiglilntr water for his family or his docks but the lord of the spring was iioUt,; no creditor or enemy cotild take his witter rights nwi;y from him. To injure or All up n well uns an tnipnrtlonahlo crime. When the Philistines threw earth and stones Into the woll of Abraham, they intended to ehalfeuge, him to wnr of extermination. Thaeo custom utid regulations remain to day. GREEN SALAD GATHERING. llil rinnta ol Uhleli Tlne Who Are lultliiteil Miikr Tooth- , ontr Dlatar. The gatherer who goe wards just about this time un wilh a ruined pair of lv. from contact with soft mud. with glorrs spoiled from the same token, but bearing a bunch t watercress or other wild salad whhh he uould pay ten cents at the market, does not. uale he is mental-It unbalanced, think he has saved an mone, b the traBsartion. ltutbedes know'that he has had a lot of fun. I.as cleared his mind of man) cobweb anl has made a good algbt's sleep lu' able He tells of these aehieemn.t aa be mixe. the salad at dinner, ai t he has the sort of audience he l,e ktuwa that his word will sen J tl n salad huattng wlthla the aet . hours, sajs the Hostoa Transcript Of course the wattrcrs a a'- e referred to is only the head of a r ion of wild things that take kn to oil. pepper, salt and vlnetrur Thera Is sorrel, for lntauce. a! needs but little vinegar and tkat 1 t sharp; it grows right under jour t the intant you get outthJe v limits, and before, for that m..f. aad makes a"salad ualike any oi . r but psauaat and latereting when 'I joung and tender leaves nf it if "--'' The French know It aad lot t ail thos' of us who have taken a loaf books huat for It whenever tt.c weather is half re pec table for benr out of dHrs The salad rat here r who ii'm of values ta wild thiars aceercome h.m.r without a crisp head or two of either as a mala Incident .f In trip or a a side. Oali the ort thai is white, merging into greea. as tie leaves leaf thea. lakes his etc. for that is tare to be aot too old and w..rt.'U for his use. He adds pepper wiJ a careful haad la making a daadr: n salad, even as ta tkat prepared tr rr. watercre. aad that which he ur 1 white. Thea the collector of wild .alal ran never reit conslip.. though T 1 do glow in tlippcry places, Nt a.: ialad appreciators rank the cowli). a. among the atuab!e aada. but thea one whose ardor leads him thmw of! tradition aad make for himself takes it boner lie rlve the varioua "dwks" a try t .. usually to hhv own satHfaction i chicory cmdaVa his eves and it '. -his mouth to water as be gets hi t rdmpse of It. though It fc gr -sea rce aow . Hut all I aot security and pesre ' r the dsaclple ot wild and uaeookr . ad. For too maay time he ha ir 1 household k cautious and ronr'a ti.e persoa, who rerarda his prrt treasare as to asany "green .r . will have them put into boiling w a r before they go to the table Howeter. if he is Irm. this person does aot irrat the same specimen twite In the isms way. little later, though, he can tak home to this person some .toting and tender milk eedtopa aad lell her to do her best at boiling them; for then .he will indeed have "greens" that loo few know the delirhts ot A Ml they j taste of aspararut to those who are I not happy ualo thry are dtscoveria? ' rrcmbiaace. To thr real Inter of w ild tkinrs. howeter. thei will taste jut themsehes; that l. unapproachable. SUNBURNED SKIN. tlrantlfnl torn plr xloa Irr . Ilairi lr rmnnrnlly ItnlnrJ !y llrrklraa Dipomrr. A complexion expert, who it a pk) a well. ca!U attention to tbe fact that the texture of the ikm i injured when frequently subsretrd to suaburn. The weatherbratra )"k of some oiina; w nmea w ho ha re pr n t the entire summer bareheaded as I without psraaols oa the beaches 1 r n :be nek! denotes aa actual changr m the kia Isjers that is very diiUruli t counteract, says aa exchange complexions are too often injuretl bj thi recVlr.. ,. poure In particular tbe rettecto r f the sua upon the gtarlar saul r 1. Irr should be avoided, as this b.... more qutckl than anything else l'a veil i wora. one f a ilk lit.iir i V'- trr than the laee vail with dot r mesh. All authorities agree tt at a aunburnt face should be trrs.tr.' with oil or creams irst. never with water, which act as a mordaal. arttiog Ihe dje or aaabum. Wipe the 'a. e with some good toilet cream, tout ig Ihe akin gently with ft !( cloth, and afterward appl.t a . '.-!.. Iar powder. 1'te however, aa amh as possible tbe preventive of light 1 . paraaol. and on the beach veils t ir the kin. Yachttwomen on their mailing trip ralsnlt ignore appearances and cover their faces, partieularlv the noe. thicklv with a laver uf chalk r magneh. making an actual mask to protect the skia. Otberwhe a girl with a delicate tkia would have to cbowe between her cruise sad her complexion. I'rnehes n Irr. Iced peaches appropriatelj begi 1 a hot weather luncheon. The peacrr. are nut to be f rosea but kept u tl e Ice aftr thev are haired, peeled, an! tpriakled with ugar until thev are thonughlv chilled. A mall sp nful ..f whipped cream mav br erved with them, if that combination i liked. N. V Pot Cniinliis ctuii.rlierrlr. In ranmng gooseberries the fmlt ahould be enalted in thcoans. allowing (hem to bit about la minutes after Ihe water reache. this temperature Three-fourth of a pound f sugar tv rath pound of fruit will be tutrr.n t for ripe jr"oebirric. L-JV nut.ii, New York. 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