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i eoo mmewo earos.u re ine - ritIss Aº.badr maiheral aodities of Bootch are given in Wilmot Harr -W book says The BSottish Adam Fergusom, the author History, " at whose house a eAston met for the rat and 1higa eobabwod wins and animal -hat huge masses of milk and disappmared before him. In his tisapetatuse was reoglat Alp Wbeott, gad otes, when sit qsib ommeaby, ahe wepli start ha s. wtis a" daughmws In basns his eye bad fallen rh nlasmrst and he was a degree w rtt or too lot " Tet at the age of wUheat e ail es with bat a single is afor a new edition i "Bnan Sistory, " nor did be die M he had athimas the age at Amnther "ohsa soer" is Dr. Alm d r A`im, semor of the high school and l ar lt a wrap on Roman antiquities a0 a man . eaw7 yIadsd.a. WU ast .h iunt an eatmi l and mal lans, with an occasional loat, ia a lodging which cost him wa sk. Iwnt later I be de waed himself absolutely to the work of imblang. In addition to his classes in No high school he appears to have had Sir his private pupils some of the most emimnt Sootchmen of his day. 5ev. Or Henry Wellwood Moucreiff, ot a Scottish family distin duriag several generations in ielsrsoll both with church and state, iageu to have given wonderfal Bun &W s "This most admirable and old fashioned gentleman was aso 4 these wh'. always dined between apMMt prebubly without touching vwl . Be then walked back from his msalkhoase in the oust end of Queen Sageat to his church, with his band,', his Uidsasshed hat, his tall cane and his SAAAtlr air preached, if it was his 4ugiesandbt, practical Permon.walked has Ia the same style, took tea about q agat some hours in his study, at 9 lA emily prayers, at which he was 4gihd to s e the friends c' his sons, I fthaoh the whole party sat down bI hares, goblets of wine and hi=' NOT A TRUE MURPHY. M1 -M tm Name sad the Pibeqe, bet Ibnehed the Dresag. A Satan scion of the great Celtic while traveling in came across a little silI ehane the man who did not bear his ami was regarded as a curl- t al* Whlle wandering about this in guesting hamlet he chanced to come se little tavern, and being athirst the taproom for beer. Be it here Meat the traveler was considera ý above the average in stature, and SA ! noticed by two old habitues d 00agy the Are. One of these pres- d mily .esearhed to his companion, "Nik-thes gintleman Is taller than =a = Uarph, O think. " "Ab, now," " g the other through the 2 inch Aon et a T. D., "he's not"-with a ili3asleetton on the end of the sen A "Tis, he is," retorted the frat, a IiiAviotion. "Can't Ol see Jerry's MAo these on the dure?" lU. lSaveler's attention was then ANabd a doorpost whereon was mark A t Siterstf four men, all over 6 Wa tsk in height The tallest was b.t' and his mark was 6 feet a Acoepting this challenge, slapped up to the doorpost a hdight marked, and, 1l1 it belf Inch above that of Jerry. a had written his name over for he noticed that the others D ssigated, and that they were D p some one present called M a Resply too!" But one of 10 O Mowe by the !re would not We fas and replied: "Indade he a t got the brogue!"-Dos etmorip a~d5~t.g cam Ime.. Rb aaicad r a momawbas i~guI ref t we no er m twq hiaeaO ammetluegs cin h, asS. .tw~alag She amacet o[ 1ag.Ioin RIs isd. dbscatiea. one s! 4 wit a ie the. aid di She powdm, boe ha d thiqad b m i r l e if w i th d yt m d i n o teiaseml cý fwdeieuae~ a iRIq pip e by. ia -e body. The ~ifw rold, by dipping or 6-0* Iwo She laimam and v a fis pedi bnh q har~ Mri * nau NAGIC EXPLAINED. THE STAR TRIOKS OF HINOOO COW ii JUREUS MADE EASY. I ii Mb aneg. ah Rmpaead ab maqs5 h le B10sglea-5t is bm. Urns Whnsa ne Tees` seses.a Cieses Ls mksaatmly d '"S"bs by TagS Mn.. 11 s sleight of hand performanoes of d j J Maskelyne. a remarkably clever a juggler, have excited a great deal of in s terest in London. Not only are his mt Wicks skillfully does, but his explama. * ticas of other tricks have attracted much a attention among a cla of men who e seld.m visit the halls whse feats of this d sort us seesented. e The Mall sad Esprees reesntly pub s lished an ansidle neom the Lesidon pso. e ottor In which the writer describes em or two .aleo which he saw in India Sand wbach mystified him euatly. mars I is eam whisk b, the wao, is described . by Themas Utewom4 the globe trotter, who eps that the Yogi mm, who per 1 term it are aided by - oeealheee t I the world is as yet ignorant t SA jagler pissed a elath over the pm-s m eoat of the sweet and pressatly he f removed it, and there was a mage a grow-ag between the esora "The jog i gler," aiea the writer, "ame of te he I reditary caste, did undoubtedly make a I lest spring out of the ground; did make I It grow into a dwarf mango, sad did hand the mango from it to be sates. It I i looked wonderful because of the apper I eas simplicity of the juggler, but he per formed his feat in four proceses, and 1 between each be shook out his shudder. I or muslin wrapper, so that it passed for I an instant between the spectators and the plant. The writer had no doubt then and has no doubt now that this was done not to conceal anything, but I i to distract attention momentarily; that the first leaf, the upgrowth of leaves, the dwarf mango and the mango on it were all of wax or other carefully made I imitation, and that. the whole miracle was marvelously rapid sleight of hand. " To Americans who are interested in this sort of thing this mystery is almost amusing. It was exposed several years ago by Kellar, the prestidigitateur. Four or five yjars ago Kellar publicly offered $1,000 to any one who would perform a trick which he could not duplicate and which he could not prove to be done by wholly human aide. A number of per. sass who had recently visited India im mediately deluged him with deecrip tioes of this and other specimens of oriental jugglery. Of course as they could not perform the trick themselves they did not compete for his money offer, and therefore they were not publicly anwered. Kellar, however, gave me personally a full explanation snot only of these tricks, but of several others which have long baffled the cleverest of the coci dental investigators. The magician has spent more than 16 years of his profes sional life in Indisand the far east, and he has closely studied the tricks of the native jugglese with more or less pestd to hiamelL This is how be explained the mango or pineapple Wtick as nearly as I can recall it: "The Sret time I saw the mango trick, " said he, "was in Bombay in 1870 or therelboute and the man who ] difi it was the most skillful conjurer I ever sawin Indiad Eve after I had lease. the senest of his ilimlon I could ant help admiring ites lageuityand the dexterbi with whisk it was perfeome . The juggler and his twoeomrades chaose a spos before the Prince at Wales' stat us an the ples. Be Sest laid down a beg on the herd ground ad then drew e rom is i large baadaems hsadkerebief Digging a small hole I the ground with Sneer, he burled a pineapple seed, and over this he plased his hand kerchief. He cirefully smoethed eat she cloth, ubblag swiftly from len to right After this maneuver was eaebi he madessveral ,msem wak iM eta. D-r th hesadherablec whim le hsm *e. mstbbw qp 11e "abatkýbm oduly bmw to d. sonmhr =a gmdvI awaf..bddsbm t4. r wo -" pa ,wuso mI -o rit & ora tk Whm lib bmakqAgºta b.4* .asa at t or Bas-. mi ov- ad"S *.. m. a atiaala ful paw 5'Tinsr do JsU b baim bwnbsm awt ui a a= bswm 1i. a *0 bmýo RAs 'I Ummis. u Iibýfi issi bbbowrmL Tbmriar is ~ ~ I -str binbi miwbbd . sis ubat r. 4~b bN...ýlbutIaa - - b ýat J.104,-iti `rtttta~ -~ Sf15313iW ON SEUEWSRI STEEL a.seman on: assealitn sust ties..m @Md, n.Stee sb <6** In The 3ngiaesring Beview Sir Sean ry Brenmer bat aft rtole an the steel Industry which beers his name, He re minds us that a third at a century ago Shoeffild steel made from the costly bar Ira. of Sweden realized from £50 to £60 a ton. Now, by the Bessemer proo. ea, steel of excellent quality can be made direct from crude pig iron at a cast ridiculously small compared with fanner prices and in quantities which the old steel workers never dreamed of densing with at one operation. In lien of the slow and expensive process of converting wroeght iron bars into crude or blister steel by 10 days' exposure at a very high temperature to the action of carbon, cast iron worth only p a ton is, Sir Henry says, con verted into Beessemer cast steel in 80 minutes wholly without skilled maenip alation or the employment of fuel, and while still maintaining its initial heat Mesa ot adoee be rolled into railway hew or ther requied tfrina The stiele gives a vivid picture at all that has been brought about by this revolution in a manufacture in which up to ou own time there had been no ebange dice blades of matchless temper were wrought in the forges f Demua es and Toledo. Steel is now adapted to a thousand purposes at which our ancestors had no conception. By way of giving some idea of the enormous production of Bessemer steel now, Sir Henry asks as to imagine a wall 5 feet in thickness and 30 feet high, like a gigantic armor plate form. ed into a circle and made to surround London. The incluinre so made would extend to Watford on the north side, to Croydon on th-e .outh, to Woolwich on the east and to Richmond on the west. It would contain an area of 795 square miles, and this great wall of London, weighing 10..t00,0t0 tons, would just be equal to one year's production of Benemer steel. Mrs. J. H. HonaasNyz, 152 PaciSe Ave., Santa Crux, Cal., writes: "Whe, a girl at school, In Beading, t Ohio, I had a severe attack of branl oever. 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