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b.,:s -d ,uheri"pffa. ms amu. us .vsANsC. osroes PaID. Speeser, esvr .*alas, at a seats per week .-C Tuesday, Decemaber, 4. 188#. HONEY LOVING WIRDS. -m aga.mes , Wb aues WIS nsw ........... .... . The lose for sweet things a.... ravng S-Mes in al living creatres and birds will sometimes ran great risks to Sit. Bears in their eagerness to get at the honey an a hollow tree will sometimes wedge themselves into so mall a hole as to endanger their lives, and many forest birds, such as wood peears, blue jays and thrashes, will ran the danger of being stung to death -t their endeavors to obtain the sweet honey that the bees store in the hollow trunks of trees. Somtimes they will attack bees on the wing and snap them up for the tiny speck of nectarcontained in their sacks Blue jays often take a position ner beehives and fish all day for honey. Every returning bee is caught, but not devoured, for birds will kill the bee only that they may sip up the honey. Unless driven away a few meh bird robbers would soa depopu late a hive. Ocesiosally the bees organize and Ight the birds. They issue in a body .om bte hive and make a bold attack apeo the massin. In the quick. sharp eomiet that follows the birds invaria bly get d tested. Indeed they do not at tempt to resist the onslaught, but seek slety it flight. If the bees murround ie o t le birds quickly enough, there i little hope for the robber. They settle down upon him and sting him to death. He may fly away, but the bees cling to his back and sides tenaciously. His light soon becomes les energetic and more and more uncettain until at last be drops to the earth and gasps out his lift among the leaves and bushes, while the bees return triuml betly to their in the wild forects the honey loving birds sometimes make an organised at tempt to drive the bees away from their hose in the hollow trunk of a tree. They first discover the place of the hid den treasure by following the bees on a warm, sunny day, asd if there be an opening in the tree large enough to ad mit them they plunge down the hole in a body. Then there follows a sharp conflict itside the tree, the birds snapping at the bees and cutting them in two at each mea The only chance for the bees is to tight on the backs and sides of the bidas if thy fail to do this, they are soon route'l. and, the rich treasures of sweets are captured by the enemie. The-e Ir't!:+ rr'inat in various ways, or)-.l.:;i."- r:, " aldwl sometimes the birdt (e,.g g.' irctorious-Our Ani rsal L'Fr.'. I :a re.' ,:.t I lvr :it in Washington the c'urt v f: r 'ur ' nt'ey en:p.lcd to cut short th" r .' x .::nunrntion of wit neesoa by a c' rtl I: lwy, r who was said to believe il "the qaantity rather than the quality of questionr" His point evidently was to make the case lat as long as possible The following, which is gifea as an illustration of the man n.r of his questioning, exemplifies the remotenes from common sense of some of the methods of law practice: Counsel (to the witness)- Was it white? Witner--Yes. "You think it was white?" "Yes." "It Is your opinion, then, that it was white?' "Yes." "You are sure it was white?"' "'Yes " "It is your impressio it was white?" "Ye. " "It wasn't black?' "No." q "You are sure it wasn't black?" "I am." "Wasn't it a little dark colored?" "No " "What color was it?" "White." "White?"r' "White." Here are 10 questions, nine of which sem anneasmy. But If the lawyer had maseedd somewhere in the question lag In iamrlnlsag the certainty of the wtaers ha would have made a small lt br his side of the case, and from ie eliiat'spoat of view his long wind e semmination would have beed josi SMi-'Testh's Compealon. £o m-m' Oa uam. SLtr (on south coast railway) hdon't y Dput uP time tables in p)lgs`-Whe feor? S aer'.--e.e show what time the # tWW gts ) leas. *I w'Ie we gaba Sasshelf a tep sshwim what tims *. ~ ft bees t s w u seawat fire YJ O~p isv -- - m .= 1IIIll a Wng w ltiewll; -SlDINBS MADE Pr OM THE OWN O. HUMAN WONGS whs a.sO.se'5 e.r- as3sb at n n .. as Part-A Dse or .1 .rds moe fyes the uaM at tileam-'he TYwemseems tek wea med .d Thei saheesa "To be str. g beaked sad eant bound," say Charles Lamb, "s she do tideratum of a volume. MagniaSence aomes after." In spite, howeva , of this aioam of the gentle ilia, not a few ci this well thumbed, tarn and dog's eared favorites tsared their boks to the spesa atr. coverless. Upon a goodly rcw ci 'cyckpeadis and books which are no ksa the jeslos essaylst base forth eamo e that it moves my spleen to S them tbhins in book' clothing wed upon shelves, like false saints .mrpes a true sarines, intruders into the sanetuary, e * * set out i an ar ray o Russia or Mmrooo when a tithe of that good leather would comfortably reclothe my shivering folios, would renovate Paracelss himself and en able old Raymund Lully to look like himself in the world. I never see those impostors but I lokng to strip them to warm my sagged veterans in their spoils." Of curios in the way of binding ther_ exist in England several examples In the Exeter museum there is to be found a volume bound in the skin of r~eorge Cudmore, who was executed in 1830 for poisobning his wife. In the library of Bury St. Fdn.mnds thdre is a "Life of Caorder," a murderer, bound in a piece of his own skin. In the library of Mex borough House there were formerly two books bound in the skin of Mary Bate man, the Yorkshire witen who was hanged early in this century. In 1821 a man named Horwood sufo fered the extreme penalty for the mur der of a girl, and the following trades. man's aoount of a book in the infirmary library explains itself: "Bristol, June, 1828. - Richard Smith, Esq., Dr. to a. H. Essex. To binding in the skin of John Horwood a variety of papers relating to him, £1 10, the same being lettered in Latin on each side of the book 'The True Skin of John Horwood.' " Whether the skins of hardened crim inals are more easily curried and dressed than those of ordinary mortals I must conofes I am unable to judge. It was at a dinner party that Thomas Carlyle gave vent to his opinion as to binding books with human skins The dyspeptic sage had so far sat in morose silence. An unpleasant feeling hung over the party, many of whom kad been specially invited to hear his erratic views A genial old gentleman was en deavoring to infuse a little warmth into the assemblage by playfully remarking to a young political enthusiast who sat beside him, "The British people can 5a ford to laugh at theories." This remark woke up Carlyle, and speaing for the first and only time duringjbe evening he observed in his usual ill bred way: "Sir, the French nobility of 100 years ago said they could aford to laugh at theories. Then came a man who wrote a book called 'The Social Contract ' The man was called Jran Jacques Rousseau, and his book was a theory and nothing but a theory The nobles could laugh at this theory, but their skins went to bind the second edition of this book." it Is a matter or tact tat during the horrors of the French revolution tanner tes were established in various parts cf France where the skins of the victims of the guillotine wire tanned, and manycf these were nued to bind books , n account of the fine grained surface exhibited aft or being curried. At the Chicago exhibition one of the curious exhibits was a pack of playing cards which hadt been manufactured from the skin of some captured Indians I remember to have seen at an old curi osity shop on New Oxford street only a few years ago a piece of hard, dry. tough, leathery skin, which, I was as sured, was the tanned hide of a Maori The tattod marks were plainly visible on its surface, and on examining it with a powerful glass the grain of the human skin was clearly shown. In speaking of the binding of books one cannot refrain from alluding in pass ing to the enemies of books-enemies that usually make their depredations upon bindings. These insects, popularly known as bookworms, are found in pa per, leather and parchment. The larvae of Crambus pinguinalls will establish themselves upon the binding of a book. and spinning a robe will do it little in jury. A mite-Acarus eruditns-eats the paste that fastens the paper over the edges of the binding and so loosens it. The caterpillar of another little moth takes its station in damp, old books be tween the leaves and there commits great ravages. Burns has addressed to these bookworms ma epigram which be trays the cynical humor of the poet: Through and through the isprestl Iaves Ve msggots mrake your wladis let . o. esp ,et his erdLhip's taste And spars his golse blilageld The little boring wood beeltle l also attack books and bhas ben nown to penetrate through svtal volaume An instmane is mentied of iT folio voClmes belag perforated in a straight Has t the um lamses i such a manner that by pasig a ead through the prdesst rudhole amde by it the 17 volums could be raised at oe. The wood b the same vmiety that has left do c.ippmiss mad other old chais md ea-,. dm.tsa wr S asd enraviman whether tlba. d or kept in a pirtfole The "deatiwairt" is likewises aesed e beimg,' d haboo, dat le mleigL a Wstme at the keeper o tha ~ m s..inm.. OxQesd. 55ber Dmlspee -*wi bee I m Mir| IAI" M. ,-s" SIM J.L CO.LInS. Uve Stee Commission Omce:-Bryan Bloik, Room No. L Correspondence solicited. Has the following property listed: A oomfortable four room dwelling wits nudamer kitchen attached. lot :iil price. N50. A neat four room dwelling. stable i, rear, desirable location. 60 feet iron price $1,100. A commodius six room dwelling, es cellent cellar, artesian well on praeslie. stable and hen house, small fruits am Setable garden attached, a prime be, gin; price. el.W. A snug brick dwelling house. few comfortable rooms. southern expusur. delightful location. fifty front feet price $860. A neat one and one-half story dwel ug house of four rooms, southern *e poeure; price 4UU. A large two story frame dwelliu, house, northern and western eimseur, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, eat walking distance fromnt Main street; prt., A fine two story dwelling house, sa: rooms, southern and weste:n extpuur. with large commudius stable in reap tifty eet front, centrally located; prin An attractive Pleasant street dwellas one and one-sa'f stories, fifty feet ground, south, ra ev~usure; price i!*4 A comfortable fl'e room dwellina house, southern eZp Mure, rift) truo feet; price 600. A five room frame dwelling house, tilft front feet, convenient to Main street northern and western ezpoeure; pric $1600. A large number of other choice dwe! ings and building lots in the city anIl , the different additions to the city. f. sale cheap and on satisfactory tern, Parties desiring good city pr.perty a. an investment, whobe wsme is paying I rents over 12 per cent on the amour invested, can be acnommodated. First clar Main street lots for eile suitable for business purposes,and ,l terms to suit purchaser. I have for sale a tract of lund crn prising some O0 acres, near the city ullp timbered, that can Ie purchiieL at $:0.00 per acre. Have also a chow, tract of some 84 acres. lying under thb ditch. that I hold at et'..tti per acre. Having a complete "block look" of ai city property. revised up to date. I s.le be pleased to have an' one interest :all and inspect rsme. Full infor nllltat .iven on all properties. Clear title give to all property offered by me. Select bands of sheep and horses ft, tle. City collections pronmptly a: tended to. o. 2. Co L raXEst in ,. Room 2 Stocktro.ers ii< tic d: t R.I.P-A-N-. G ABULES[ S RiEGULATE THEC STOUACH, UVER AND BOWELS AIND mFUFY THE BLOOD. IPA.r TAI CLEal are the b .t li - . hd.eae. ltl.hIdtlig. D-y. Uppltateeea' M i s aek .s w fre l a deC. P m. .. e pla, b ea . i SI.ieee t fi.. Ptad.-of... Ileldreanga.. Duiey. e.le. Dewt, and all di. sedere the btlmank. liver aid Ewela. a".n OOOagOaetg4gmoO. O O O* •e f le e a aM t. Y f ('U*. .Y jtlO art Mllt ilhe ao .tie ofteUa ,tr t ekhn.Ie Ie " .l iherroatn aind Dit c h i .n, npe. ih e "t the .5. ofl rtnio Cu a the dier t I 'HE .IPAN CHEMICAL Co a th margety R of u >kCeata~le of otana "a...a....fa.afasf.. Pvaw.r w ira is auger owvrx. That there ,f(l.zeDimitb ut rd ~e*tm. . ti laI/ ,l th . A da.tit of thether aid .T ai leeCt Irrtilng ad Dntch ct payc held Oif thele ua ana. in the direlLt nu rom of' il h iot Wirr .ba ofM aiI [teih .a theluy lo('u"tr d stl of irrta ga, .a t.. lrthe tl= s Deit I o4 t a *aid lo it tI i trl f rtea Ir. tielieof the n.oJao etli oute le.a I Y-rie tlaig (i Irript a nd Ditch noli ..-mpy' to ilC Cna and Irrigati n os~ey" Ii. S:ad wet is ealed f-r the fu rther perpri ,f nsteadies t ea lem of tine al csrir orpti ai ontoth ptind ta addty Iear I o r hrC lime of the..ruUisatioi o the Miles Cii~ IL rrigIr Ditchi . lp [.7 illd ateee ialed illlor tde.lurthpu. lpu ifxlgeodi le theeen osfutilhe.aid ollrnor -tion e eto iaelede additio to tie poi I .,lln ie -' lps es, lt I o lls ynle i / l ir a zm(i l e / .therwsaeeI dp Saao water righ t. nd water ..Wre. sa for ricatharst aud Ilad. araem ar, or e.efel therefor. or Sor the iadeetria. a hatdtatla. arlaiag or growing ep oa to aneie or grw op Ia deiaectlur with ag eheat the aeme: Of baws~olding la i net piaitlas dsibppim. leaia. hlag. L is. gmee. inag or otherwiae elagr diepoemeg at Bwe sits. or towas Ins. hksetr seedleialaaatbwesl MA a o S ebaf wiLs do sad sa odalan torhartowldag or rprea and to %mbrote asid dtalee theaaaesy r adeba lwo aad OIenepor atl a bsr~ o'wded utrt ad the diratbaeaaItedI apo hte ies ay d to d pesernne S teropay meat of iaaterat onsar lmeh Isoe eade at eny rat or at ay timeorpiace thld l kg ha omemay u diceet; raas$r a s t teý eeia 00wl k bensp motae. anther reel or pewasee ter ntadaea due eaid euqaweiha. tbl 9euM am ito tx urparrtiao A iW a etraa d Wd tie ·Dnckb·asn of add i eacareily reqntaaterd of the thee aame waam theM i add ·NI hepohlleheibgal ememme tt a Hmsp awn ums" J0 h arw~rYIC~lc YLra·I Q U IiIawa C iiw . looks Almost Sitm Aiwa to ReaGers of This PaoeI. The beht eem, by the Most ,opI-l lar Author, at Q~ri hr,- d of their Reaular t . - BOOK CO F ON. 1 tetty Cents at 1WJ of Sthese oupot. !, :1. ;tl at the office ftll :I , will Sentitle the ,, ' :., one * book fl,, i! " I l.,.ow . Each b,..u,, un itllylly bound in ci1l,: .; !. Iff to e .... re ajd 10 centes for lsUIFtL. . '. L , u.y be Sin stamtls if o·ra *e 1t.'"a, \tlen Quarhtermul . 1.' i i .: r itg .ard. \ll Sorts and (',u ldtti , ,- , f . , r, l.y VWalter I. .t. ..ia .l .. ll'- I'e. \ndle ni't. I" axi Iales. \nna Kuremtne. I. ( 'urt l.yf¶Tl'lstoi. \pril's Lady. I '1 .1.I ".'.I." ruabian NItht' EI, t, Iue . .:::, alt. .\run.rel If I,,I.-e. r-e. l '. ailter I.leant. At the \VWril' Mer'y. I.; Florence Warlden. \teril. I!) l%-a Cuuc l,,tts 'arry. Iabylon. It) (;taut .1, r :ulizaa Slh,,r'er Stur:,. I;y Honor. de Balzau. Iasil; or. the ('Crosse.d l'Path. 1 Wilkie Collins. Itepps tie Contsarilpt. 1; T1'. Adolphus Trol lope. Illind Fate. Ily Mrs. A!ra der. Iorn Coquette. A. I1 "Il. I.~.lheem." Cam ille. Is) .1.le',,.,'er I ,:,,.. Cast Up b tIhe ,i.a 1% . - 1 -auuei H. Itaker. 'Chld''. llatory of Ir g and, A. B) Charles. la)ken.. ChristieJolet,.e. J:I ('i ales Reade C'vffards of (.'it!e. 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Emermon's Essnys First Benve. Emerson's Esaes, Second Beries. Essays of Elia. The. By Charles Lmb. Fair Women. By Mrs. Forrester. Family Pride. By theAuthorof"Pique.' Family Secrets. By the Author of "Plque." Fanchon the Cricket. By George Sand. Father and Daughter. By Frederike Bremer. Fiery Ordeal. A. By Chaurlotte M. Braenme First Violin, The. By Jessie Fothergill. ForgingtheFetters. By Mrs.Alezander. LUr Sisters,. The. By Frederika Bremer. Frontiersmen. The. By Gstave Al ward. Frozen Pirate, The. By W. Clark Als sell. Golden Hart. A. By Chadrlta N. Braeme. Grimm's Fairy Tales. Gualderoy. By Ouds. Handy Andy. By Samuel LoIer IHardy No aensn, A. By Edaa qerlL Heir of Liuos, The. By Reobrt Behf Beriot's Choice. By Roas Noehete Carey. Hon. Mrs.' Vseker, The. By 'The Duchess." Houe on the Marsh, The by Flor eace Wardet. Honebbeck of Notre Dam, The. By Victor Hugo. I Wse luved assd [oreL Mns sIl a [admas By oeGle Iss . Ia the, Ood.eP Ou. t3 deu I 1. a te Heart U of a Isium. 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L P tla M UJ I.................. *P.01 No. 4 Atlsatisa Ep .............. 1M For Rates. Maps. Time Tales Se ..rmatka. apl I to Aget Ie rllethg ,tr 1 ILA uM I~tslUI C" tA. &s I se. Pa amd T .ket A ee -t. Pont, ' 08 Wines and - Brandies ,.a T To reduce my surplus steak Imported and Califorula and Brandies, I will for tlh THIRTY DAYS oier time COST. The list lddes Cg forna Sauterne Muscat el gelica, Tokay, Port and and Imported Sherry, Port and Martel Brandy. choice assortmemt 1f Wines, Icludding Gl 4m selms. Hock, Reis.i6g rauser and Ssviges. TheuW all Strictly Pure Liquors adapted to th table or sick ber. - oversatocked got ske tkhem mov ti t same prins bearn pay at the ar. oradd UlD.