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'I - 7 ;y 't' hi i i i - r z: i. T'-V '.' J I 1 .JOL; XXVIIi; .--LIBERTY, !MlSSIS4irrii!FfvID4Y, JUNlril$1)3. ! Mi'.. , i I.J The Southern Hemic ' PUBLISHED EVERT FlltHI ORMNL """ i : TfEBWSt - ffTMCBUTICS.' e year, It rdTeaeo.I..,.....V..ti St 6ionUi....,.4.i..,.-....M. ft tDVESTUEMEST. On tquira, first hisertio fl N One kjiiri, each subsequent inser- , tion ' so Quarterly, half yearly and yearly ad vertisements contracted for at loM rates. - Profeoeloaal cards not exceeding to lines for one year, Ho. ',.. AaneuBeing candidates for State of IUstirt offices, 15; for Count; oBsea, 10; tor Supervisor districts, $5, ia ad Vsnce. Marrlagot and deaths published aa ewe. CARDS-PROFESSIONAL. Eto. GEO. F. WEBB, Attorney at Law, OffloeU the Butler Building, liberty, Amite County. Mis. . 11-t-W D. C BR AM LETT, faj d ralb ii law, WOODVILLE, Miaw. Will practice In all the ConrU at ! Amite and adjoimnrcnunttea,andin ta fiuprema Court at Jackson. . . theo. Mcknight,. Attorney at Law, f; SUMMIT, 'MISS. ! ' Will praotlce in all the Cotirta ol . Pike and adjoining counties, and in the Supreme and Fedoral Court at Jaokaon. "' , . J. R. GALTNEY, Attorney; at" Law, " MBEHTY, Misa '. '( , All bnMness confided to hla tare will leoelre prompt attention." E.lH. RATCLIFF, Attorney at Law; " GLOSTER, MIS& Will practice in all the Courta tt Amite and adjoining conntieaand in ika Supreme Coart at Jackaoa. ! 114. - E. H. Katcmff, -. Ulostor, Miss. , .T. B. Wmn, i JUbertj, Miss. 0f RATCLIFF rWEBB,i " r v r 1 5 ! ' ' . h -, AttorneysiatLaw, " )' ijBKRTy; Mjfeir J; 1:J ' Wilt praotlre In all the courts of Amite and adjoining bounties and In the Su preme Court at Jackson! W. E. CILL, Attorney iatiLaWj LIBERTY, Misa , .' '.' ' '!' ' y ...J 't'ii.i Will practice In all lbs court ej Amite and adjoining counties, and in the Supreme Conrt at Jackson. , 5 ',. . SL Louis, Missouri. ' W. B. McDOWEtU : 5 A cent, , Amite County, Miss.' r HOTEL "And Livery Stable, 4MBKBTT, MISS, . ll'V; U Tb Mderslgnea fcogs'to anaonaoe ' . II at he is noir prepared to reooirt berdera and entrtnia the trarellng Jmblio. 'Fare tho bcatf the market al orda. He is also prepared to moot the - want ot the public in the way of, feed tng, stabling and rrooming stock whioa " ' day be entmstod to his care. Charges ' laasoMble. ;.Oite toe a trial ; ; 7 tiioma.8 winiao. THIS PAPER !3 ON FIUR iO CIHOACO -.H3 TJE17 YORK -a raa smca at- J A.II.fe!!osll8isppCi .; tba AuUior l BATS i k dnut?' tid tie , author, in des ' pair. The mka agertookei despond inglj from the splc Vto th lenrV- lo' ladji I sad groaned, but neither look nor grpan would mpniniattTiir-Jt 'wair cr,ls- ttrriDie erwra; a rmut romanxic muo em play," by n oll-knowa author; was on the eve of production at the thfef tneater of a larg provincial town. Everrthinjf w TWirlxr the mayor! and the lord lieutenant, and two or three other "big wigs" were coming: t and now two days before the tventful tq ing, the lciuiing man was seized vitk sudden illness. This news came just as the company .had met for a rehearsal, at si p. m. The uutiutgur knaw it was useless teJegrapbing the agents in Lon don.' There would tie no one at tlie of fices at this time. Be wired to three or four mcu he thought of pr who were suggested to him pre-paying replies. He got two answers 'iToo j.tKwt tice,'1 and "IWt ettoe engaged,'' and now, eight p. in., he and the author and the leading lady sat in the manager's den, trying to daris soma means of surmounting the difficulty. . t . . Miss Ileryl Verner, the heroine of the play, wna a' beautiful woman,' tall. slight and graceful, with large, pathet ic, darW eyes, that told, to a Jeen ob server, a tale of meiital ' suffering: but, whatever - that suffering was, abe kept hr pwa- cuunsel; She wan an actress of rare gifts, a woman of blame less life; and even4 in the theater, that hotbed of scandal and potty - jealousy, everyone liked Jier; for.fche gave her self no airs and graces; t-he" was gener-. ousob the stage and off tt.. Hhether wife or widow, .no one knew: aha wore a wedding ring, but (she never spoke of her past life, tr ot herself at all; to all suitors she timed a deaf car. rhe bad not been more than four years o the Stage, but she was a born actress, ,and, as she had beauty M well as talent, it w as not very wirpriiing that this was her second leading engagements. ou have sent to see If there Is any odd in tk town?" tho inquired of the manager. . , ; ... , i ' "Yes; 1 couldn't hear of anyone, e cept a fellow who couldn't tunek thj part-Wouldrj't be able to study it in time, eithcr-the thing is who could? A day to get i(p such a part and play it wltlvmt rcheamalf Uillliin offered to play it, but fancy him! JVfth, his, dumrjf figure in tho big love scene with,yir, Miss Verner the audience Would uy!" ' "Well," said Beryl YerneVthc only thing 1 can think of is this:, for you to try and got some "one in' the town; It's no use oar goinj? on with rehearsal now. is it? ; Bui ( Si'itie one turns up, act him to st,udy at onoc especially the seenes witTi me, becauso They hre the tnosjt ira- rorwirttiia aena nun up u ail as cany as sight oVlock, U, he like., .Then we caq, run th royghjtfip Dig scene, tj any rate, amf fce,ean hate all the rest qf the day for aladyt and U there's tlia to give him an. idea of the positions! Pint iiitur; if not, lie 'must do, wjtnonft What do yon say, Mr. Wotclohf.' to the aothoiyr. v. i, 'J ..r v i I , , There. . was nothing else to be lone. Author find manager thanked (Miss Verner !or her. helpi and the trio die persed. At tea 'clock tkat night Beryl heard loud knock at the street door of the nousd where she foBgcd; a minutc'later tha tntfltage of tho' Theatre Rnjal rushed excitedly upsfcurs, and entered her sitting-room. , "V kre sa'ved! heexclaimi. 'Sueh kieW ra'Ve gotU tntM tor "the part gerard Laogton thrre, my dear,' " " '. tie'rard Langon!"v , , I ;.. i ' The actress had -started "to her'feet to neat the ' manager;.! sh nttertd the Daine-um'.cr her brea'.h, Tom, ; Wilson hurraed on, 'Ux mucli excited to notice the iavotnnlar Intsrrttptton' 1 s r , ,.1't dropped aeroai lliin kt,the.liicea's hotels Jie had jvt arrived., You'y seh hfrri," of bourse! 'Ever played tvlthihlin? He's the man for the art-t'wer emotliiM siilginlirrstage face and figure awful quick study." He came to the resoue he's got the parthfl'll Itody alt" night and come to Vra about ttn to morrow forronr scene. 1 -- j 'I am very glad," Ber l said, u "Ves, Gerard Langtok is just the nan for the part; heyvUlplay.it m:h better than Gwynnt cotild hate. flonv:"" j tst! But i When she was klone she full pn her knees snd covered hct. face, trem bling, sobbing.. . 4 rf ,,T ' ,,j " "Gerard, she whispered, "after ate long years are wo ' to tneet lik this? Wonht yuu hsyre -mwiertaken this if you had . knowkJ who Beryl' Verner was? And t-how caq I go through with it? row' I am only ilie actress now-. not tW woman. 'And ht ivill not care: That knowledge will give hie strengthl" hht had no sleep that night, but she was outwardly self-possessed the next morning 'heri she sat waiting 'her i$ttf c Yet?ahe clenclved her hands fot a mpment oveR her , heart" a( the Sound of knock at the "Outer floor and held herT)reaXTi"ass'Le"Tiiea'r3 a wU-retrKn)f beferV stetf without ' The1 'lrtxim ' door , "MrjAngton;" said the servast, and a tall, handsome man .of about thirty cam in. Ilery wit had a4rad bey f ace TPRTT.Tte' vmrnirTSTimild Qej.raj any s'arpris beforfe the aervaat, nturned as th doorclosed and. LtngtOii Started violently, and fcU .bank a step, flushing , "Hcf!vir'""1lc'.""1 m'li! !rcl, J)naj-Cy! "Beryl!" anrl Ws dark head wa bint irj hame( his breast h'eVdi i Het&d be fore her- likeaculmit and culprit he was; rivers bf .4vr0n(f flowed. VeUVccu them wrong.; otSfe 4)ingrj nj hlt yet she looked ot him with a passion of whieh he could not see, fvy iiwer, downeask She' broke the painful si-' "I am Beryl Verner " she said, quiet-1 ty and coldly. "And you have eouv her to go through our great sceae in the play? Do foa know yur lines?"' He lifted ht&liead; he mastered hlia self, and a restJuUv almost hard ex- presBioa settled en his features. He ar- oepted,the sittuUioBj; they were stranr gers until this moment Beryl Verner, and IGerarJ Langton, the well-known Mtuo -ft vl i i -. ' .."Yes," ha said anl the Knmd of b'j voice the voice that had so of tcq c rraae4 hr-niliost-uarvod her, "I know bif su. noil, and 'a good deal of the part generally.' I sjn ready ta bojrhi. ' ij .'lSaUiki, W . inair aa well act. tha sfare aadwtgt the position rijiht" janguin neuei nerioqo mis, pitrmg a ehalr We. 'a table theru.s. While ths eogagtMf sh. sid,Ncvceslyt. 'You know the Ury of the piece, I Wip- 'Yes, i found time trrun through the acrijit.lnst night ,iihaU we start from mv entrance?" , ' , . I- ' In the play thelovtrs hav qoarreled, she believing rprsKir, partly true, tart ly false, of pis unworthincss, he .sreka her and pleads -Ins cause. Langton stepped nick -to th (supposed) door and entered, Beryl (as tha heroine) t.ninl,;ln i,.,i,i;i. ' : .t " 'Margarct-Miss: MelTnF ' ling toa said, i i .".4 i! .."'So yoUjhave forced your presebosi upon niei" Hy whak right for what I have eo right-r'," ne half paused and bit his lips hard " 'but .reason- ye. The criminal may have 'no right to liverut bi luvos.life he clings to it he. grasps even at .a respi tc- Mar garet making a step nearer "'kave some pity at leant, ltsteataaiui'S i " 'rity!'Uadyoupitj-wliea youkllVd love?H!Ucjt.Uia lict. voice quivcrtrd-irj rll.angtons pyes went to her face! nisi owp grew white with Uie.effort of keU control. He patise a moment Irreso lute "Impulsively eatche her hand speajes passionately,'' was , tho stags direction lnhis part ''Instead he dill not tuore. tovc to. drop am han4 with a r j , ... us; STOob ri'oar.BKi tm l Ci LrErr. otmvulsive grip oa the bach ot a ohi near him, and the ivords , were ' not spoken as the author intended, as if tl.e speaker were Conselimsof being at eat partly wrjonged.'buti brokenly, huftkilvt as if the man felt crushed with thesk-nse bf Ibi'rtvthe lnowlectyc ol bcrn;4 ou(.side tae -pwo ve of -meeeysiis a .. i : "Uoa t say i baft killed yvma love Margaret"t (Was he almost ahottt to Bay "Tteryf?) " 'Hon'i say' thnt-ti Uod'sakkc! !l have li flood (leemlyi-but notu,dceply aa yon believe-;'. '' , , 1 , " Ay,' Margaret interrupts, " theold story5 olrt nk 'rnan's selfwotshlfi and woman'saelfaeunaaj I ou may sin to the uttermost, and we must forgive to the uttermost. I gave you my love my whole life-ana ihat did you, do with it the? . Wk at m and. And the answer' " , Hho, faltered and stopped, for he lifted his dark eyes suddenly to her face witM a ilonk that took1 bf breath-rrso fa kit vus of sain,pf pleadiruf ailfl passiojiaw; tciiioim:. out: onejifc ii.r hand over' hel,vbrow1',,f have lot gotten," sh muttete4.,"Stay( ao 1-r ' ,"Vo "come'fcackJWh3'yTja: hv had your till of pleaaur twii (the, parrot-cry: ."fLive pity forgive loe me agafnVt '"4 - ' tt-'c'iof J .fjftaatoft oriorhho'artely -j'VlojveiSj sot, 4eai!-rif you Jovcd me less you would have 'more " r He .... m . nlica 1 Vtsf nnwl h.x pWlA 1 1mV han(InV)iTcn"sc"nr"a11 the blood dn ma body to his heart! hi angers closed over hers wWnr clafip that, but fu- hci , own Jeep emotion, 'must have hnri her. He tried to xpenk'the- next words 9! hia. part, but they'HM gone from lijm littvr; ly-iif was his words Ihati fall brokenly frota hia hit lip) as h . hhk'to hW knee fcefore her:, , "JteryJ, my .wufoi for3 give ' once' more.'"' Theft he - ffcltt Ijei ngnd npon his heaif. drawing it agulast her then he heard he soft, tremulous whisper-,"(ierard, I, have always loved yrinfafte me back1 to ytHir heart, ficr rrt.''' '" -4' - I .lie lifted Jii eo"e to hers, her UarJ fell upon his face; he" rose, trair dizzily, and gathered her into his rain, and his lips gnat; bra,Tbi fi-aa no exactly how the scene ended in the play; hut tt was a' good eTding,, dramatically." ai asrhntnahlr' 'I fofcf lw tii the acene hiitjlted r together,. a4 the tage Iov,f rs'wcre entirely forgot ten' byj the real new'- V l'" The play Wsi a pronounced fuooessy and Ucrard, Vangtonachieve a tridulph especially' in the- "blg'-scenf rtfl Mhrgaret. : Tlvs' Airfilesa- icaew- noth ing of th real pathos and ragedy of lifn nnderlvinir the mock one: i nut -when, later,' the? manager and this com- pany ".learned hatl laeaa 1 trtj ; Wt .('played pp" V each other so ,6plendidr ly were' long-parted, nhsbana ahdwif!( thev rained somihlBJroiHhn-a glimmVi df lH. truth, antl 4iftdeitof)ifc whv Geranl Langton, bought, the play. Itwyl hrter hat rahsc Art-eVient, hijir-J jfl-tlier-rVA' Jipnilre doHara r r a of (jhjthest I never, fSatd that 1a a it M impiil''fr-Wen,jyou-i have to begin Bow, father. Here's tba bras.; I r... i i ' ife -.iC' It.. A LIVELY ROOSTElV ? km ArtS Jt4nUli Km.rif.f4 , W US aa Aylf tvm, 4 "N'o, I don't believe in ghosts." said Ephemcrtde eVIUer at the Social Wee club the othef evening. ,"Vou .see, 1 think tha.t good people go to Heaven wouldn't eoia4 kaek to earth for all JdyUtwU fprtaae, aad as for the oth why they couldp V come batk ern it tncy wanted io. but i win admit 1 time very neat keHoring in thosuper Mtural on one oecauon," and taea l!phemeridt relapsed as usual Into brows study. - M ,V:. .-;'.! i i . - Ueodnrsa knows how loag this would have lasted if Ingouiar de Vichy had not quietly touehed hi gouty to. r Ttus is anrinfaUbh ja ay .of. bringing Ephem-1 erides Ut his senses. ' 4 ' ' I i v'Aft-r he rind caliaed Ilia ruffled feeV ktfM VpbtuMrUaa rswe4 hia talk Ut.t , the supernatural.. Said me. dreamily, between the puffs' of his eigarj t , . . A , "I was able seaman on a big ship sev eral years ngo. She was vt hat we call Wrieane-1ekd-4kt U," romptetwly decked, ia fore and aft. Our captain was a great lover of animals. AVe had four hogs, three dosen ohickuas (inolud- ing tour huge roosters), four dogs, three cats, a numtn'r of pigeons, a black near. and some duck. They fltoed. together In .the ifrruaktkt ,hraiony. He, loved tnem all,, with the exception, ol one great rooster. ' This Bird, whether from its actual vilenesa of diarooitioa or not I can not say, was in he u$t pf crow-4 lug all night lonj? ' in ' th moonlight I night fvbea erukalaf xlown the tratlttt w inds. As we paly got an alternate four hours' sleep jt waltha very aevii to turn mto your ountc anoj ... . . ! I then fee' keyit awake by thai SMBt In ter- nnl aerie, crowing we ever heiyd. ,Jve flared hnt eomplsin for I was the rtp- tala'a partionlaf pet i TWrbteUA P was forward on the main deck, anil my room, with thuf of the btsons ad other petty effiwK waa aft.- I , , .v.WaU ana oeafttiiul maoalishli titght we were Jogging along a cool tf u knots Inthe t'orth Pacific, When! Wen, be low to turn in after the 'middle irMch. I was very tired and thought pleasant ry ofeleep. flirrdly, hirwererr had I laid uiy head; on the pilBuw-wlien tha infernal cock- emitted a shrill, elariou note that almost splft my ear.- lfe kept. It np kntil t wts llearly icraiy .1 kevei had thought of Aurdes la my life bf ore but at that moment evil thoughts got the better of m. ' ! eaeakcxt.out of thy hunk and looked cautiously arouad the, main deck. There was that bird crow, iag awayaf thntoofi,Ms head stuck? out Of the oooPi 4 jrd silently. I stole along tae,deck; silenfly , 1 grabbed that rooster oy the throat. lne sudden trwif mA- Alt wi,rrr, 1 Exultant in asy, Mooiltiratjaesa, V.sloVe back to my bunk. , "lufor sleep," said I. 1 !o sooner. hbWwT, had my head trmched the pillow than oor k-a-doodle-d us broke tha Millncss of the night and rose high above the "swish-swish of the waters. 1 ebald harily, believe my eara. Sitrely , had, killed that bird, , . J put my, head ont,of Uie, doof .' .There to my utter astonishment was the; rKter crowing (two for daw HJ-j. ,v .:! I " , ,"jis I tried to gather my bewildered senses together I saw i dark form steal fi-om the boaoa'arooin.' 'Ismilod- gi-im-l-r.,,'JJii't n;.iav hard, enough,' I thouc-ht. 'The boson will settle him, tho Th 1oorjvliad' iriSlnr) in his. han'lf-! lie gottoha ooop, and just as the rooster had, finished another mm her I could See lit the moonlight tha (kalrikantlbn thHit bird's nok. j . ," 'tjilonced this time,' I thought, add sfolfc to bed eomfoTteif. Hardly had my ; head toivohciii-th' pillow when that .in: 1 fcnial )oiiter pgw rose, more shrilly thifn ever on the night air.' This ilttiS I an's sVsyred. Trenibllngly T got out ot Diy lonk and. looked utt on deck. I rublwil rpy eyes. . Ys, there wan that 'Dnife' brewing" his "loudest1. ' Helpless nnd? WcrBnic4 Mrnnge" 'chills crept ,dowa my spine. Again I Jienul a slight noise, and this time .saw the steward stealthily Vteep' ut from the saloon.. In his hand he carried a keen butcher's, knio! and; made ..tracks like an Indian warriortor' tha.t coop. 1 Now, Indeed the (Twid- wilVniotiie I". thought, the sweat; etendinjgjutfon, ray brow. He reached tha coon. .The IroosterSi heart wai (ftretched otitt'swish Vent the knife, and that head feQ to thedeok 1 distlni;tlff'Wvthe1nT---rl spurt front t,he "I sought my bunk again. 1 his liana sleep, woulfl ttpdoiibtedly come. Imag ine my Hwilltig Vhea. a y wearied eyelid fell together! heard tlie shrfll- est,, most excruciating cock crow of all time." It seemed "to ipetletrate 'every oorner Of the ship. .With a yell I Sprang to the , deck and gazed f evenshlyalpug the deck. "I almost fhinted wheiil saw fii&t totjsteT fefowlng Aloud IK th fcalra, BiaonlUrhit 1 Three time had J seen that bruta murdered, and yet them it was alive and crowing." ' r"ear took full, poaaessiotl 06 roe. Bow J. patted, that waVh I do not knqw ... I do know that when eight bells came I staggered oi fleck t tke-ery for all mta to muster afti.i kneii e'Jtnathiog , ws wrrmtr. There stood ths captain stern and stift dn' feelona'rter-decK.' Vhcn'Xv were all fcft,- wwA'brfcig theinoitileek,' laid it grjmlyj ,The steward ; blanched with fear, descended, and preseptly .ra tuttjingjjjllilr befoT out astonished evea Ua-acdea'd roosters., Aswe Azed in unutterable surprise upon "the dead bird) Ion ' krtid "eoCk-4wTOlleloi' cthe!,itn) frofa tyafc main.rdeck. 'It was tin surviving rooster ponl ing forth his noem'of triumph In" the' samej Wld eroWfcMf Mail.6l yii3 j ' k Ile...i aurpMii.'' I if!Wla( A beuWuthild!''i ojcfjhiim'ed Mrs. Intheswim, pausing hefore a lme carriage which nurse Ivas" tvlieejinr thrf)nelr,nh-lpaTlif'J'vVhfila lovely tsotntfiesiotit ft'osifjaiba. fa faailliar to m,V she aMeA. addreosing the ni;Ki w ill you please ieu me 10 wnoi in chtifl 4dflrrir?'Va; iJ ! - :"i!lsay'fr Jjssrti m'a'arm. hs pwn,lrt, he, bas , grow k.a, grer leal since voit .saw her v.u-sr?.. 1 Thi ellie truJsgs-iiso 'is hard, ye ro,',rofi1T",4 '! 'Vf' easlestthing in tfie world to follow it Toias Kiftinc I CLAS II It ii LASS Ui -ANCIENT DAYS. d Wladow PSae hr the . Ka-maas la tha TlaM ol C-mui. It ued to be cited asn historic para- a . v . . t - . i . i . ox inai me same man -a no cm run iu , Baufactum at glass lead m and , rthurrtkkofcUwarettMichweB- 4'ruis perfection never thought of glazing then windows. :Arbuthnot caught th public faaej- with tut, epV gram fl'be polite Augustus, emporoe of the wqrld, had neither glass in his window nor- shirt to his back. But Arbathnot'sepi-rfaratsinekaoL Umr before the .1 ime of w hich he wrote the bathroom In Pionied'S villa in Pompeii had "heea tmcovered with fear panes of glass ia niy f iaem that first revelation of window panes of Pompeii, which ckuneS Ihore- esciViBent'- ametig the lfarnel , probably thaii aJ of t We grand discoveries there, . several other In stances have conic to light A tvtnd4- In the rnof of the public bathe had one, single pane no less than three -foet eight innhc hrnud hy two feet, eUrht incaea hijfh dimensions which cquld hot have, been inatched natila tinaeompanitiye ly l-eeerit. r it is aot surprising, ho ev er, that even whoLirs should have mads such a mistake, for tht glasing of wdn-doWHrf-with1 gl Is ' nowhere rnen U'UieU by oUssioat-hors. 'hwy allude to the matter, often enough, as in JuveaaTa fonrth 'rot'Te'.Vhere" t'rispinus is told that he had; bottr have naul ntp" to rthe riclv vld nwoman. whose JiHr: Is glazed with transparent stones. (ui(ted by this 'and Hather references, 'achojivrs Wok fc granted thst )ah' a Md whfnever glazing is. uintioned. fjiloh Was the usage in Rit.sia until Peter tho t-reat'a 'ttatsvi 8e-rgt- Tulrville; fesi- tlont there Jn l"MH,tseut rhp'iaed deserip tive letters to his, friend, plaster Ed ward Daneics wherein he says: I tw L"V hr.nU- of s r mck , t ! 1 i r:njllh(il!s Son mock. ! isrl it wrjr llitn, tit MrWrttnnra, Inrctir 494or, ilka w wk 1 serve Ih'if 1 ' oresAt aeed, v 1 - aa sum 4fcM.4tBifcg rtoh, tks tosjtl very s lijht." . H, ., ' , We know that talc, which came 'from Syria, Watr' vfcry ' thcap' at ROme; ;it siaay Srari it woukU bt prtterahie to g)as.,,Upon -th. mysterious beauty and art bf the PurtlitnA' vase volumes have vteett nrittenf wrf 1tswn;rlul t that ia thejinuseuna at.aplesf fimnd in a tomb bv tke '1 louse of the Mosaic (ollirtihf, tToinpit.''''Stioh' marvel nrJ not to be AaJt-wlth inv. I War tj : 4'U1J( tflU vf g la ssstatue raised to. Auirustus. . the size .of life: it "was dark ti color; -'llW ohsldlaii.' And h I corriiboratccli by Dioh Cassiusin reoitr. iog a, very curiona-storyv . A hapless in ventor "waited od Tiberius, asking" his ptron.g to an unln-eiikahle glass. What was. .the proonas wo are not told, but tjia emperor n maA of high intelli gencewas' mWh ' Intcrcstccl.' Mean- tinwrtlia' legi tlmat e mamif ac tii ters hex caiua alarmed the goldsmiths support ed them snd they .appointed, a we sliould ifiry,"1 k'-demttsHon to- protest areiruitJlm.iMyeltAs Xipefius rejieved thum nt once. . After, hearing that in-.. gchlus pcritoh, he" had Kirk put to death, forthWBtt, la tlm iirtarast i)I trade.-- JHE, FINANCIAL: SITUATION. ;: m Chaiataier tiroiis Mcht Flnsprla. it.j ft sr,aualesjs.jl,,jao0, 1 .; Josiah.'i Inquired Mrs, vQiugwatui ss she poured the cofr(e'."what dorait miminv whoji the- p rei!talk about Iho financial situation ,b-i tig strained and the muuer oinrkot unsettled, add all thflf innrtof thins-." ' .t, I'lt :intna thatvtfctnsi Im aa aneasy foeyngj about!,, securities," , answered Mr. Chugwatcr.'rcaching' for another biseu1t.s" . -" ' '. if'What.Anea that mcaa?". ti'' t ' . i'Why, stocks, and liond, and m speculative values generally. (.1 What tnakett thpia have aw un'y "It s the opora tors, you Snderstand, the financiers, that have that" When thoeom a atringetiay tn .the. money marketr-n',' . f j ., ..,,'' "In the money market?' Tto they sell monfv?" a'tt-sw ...( &!iMt . ,.fl; ',!Ttu r sell iocnrllica, whip lv is about the same thingt pnly, they fluctuate in value.' The condition Of Hie stock and 'Ixtn'VtiHisliftt aft hade' ot tboifidanr oial BitiwtioiJ "fenprlly.;'. derslsmf it "I don t seem to undc any bkter thrffi "f old "lefofc, nai'A .Mrs. tthgwiiiUr: -faibionslyl MYba' U.it thak makes jnoney, scarce sometimes? Does the" government quif making It?", '-"tN'ot Ws'aimply'Withhek'irOm In- yeStment n ordintiry tpftculati dhait, nels, H s wiyiurawn, lromj circulation and hoarded tip.- Cad Ybn' undcrntand I "Y-yes, I "jiippqsc sa. Why tlocs any body' want to withdraw it from eircula UeKJor, aflafalif ' '" ' """ ', "i"lt't all ,' . mhtter oft pi,bJiejeon denccV said Josinb,, .becoming slightly ImjVatfcnt; '"IVhen" every bwly hason fVdeAoEn hl fellowinen there's1 no ftringency. t It.'s. this, ridiculous habit sonic peopic navCj iu-. tRcui ou, jvann 1ngwith his srthJectr?'of getting scared about i nothing t Umt .rmkea 1 panics. Somebody has a little money in a hanki Jla, begins, to .bo araid ihe hank, utn' ai ngni. anu ne ovs mwa-iuvn 19 take t out. i H tell some friend on the -.way doifn what he's fDing to do, and tha friend tells somebody else, and Jt spreads, and the first thing you kno there's aruntoti a perfectly sotihrt bank, and all because some gourd-ha4 has lost, confidence, And that reminds m'H AM' i,1r- ' fhiipwiter, eheoking hiraseff hufrie(ny'..and Jooking at hk wafcK.' Hhatl've got abouit MOO injDM (('utuhlitig'i banlttliaUiaiL'tAfty loo safe. I m, tfoinrrihttoownrmvn now, as quick aS I can 'g'fd tlicrefo drajv eerf crtiftif-ltW!": . WIJ ,7 .in4Jblle!rV.nai lif4 "")Ui.;,Chiij rrnterfrut or his hat-and overcoat, shot oufpij-imlithe frotit ftoot", afli Tiattun-' hm,i tatef TlWnt .raly 6df auiT fortlon fthe"Rii(Iewft,l) . froat of 0,14 (Jumblinff'sliank wiutuig fofr Hi dtrs to tipcu.- hicngn'ifirmnei f ' 7j 1 6 . 1 . Artistio cookery turns the, p'.i grub into the butteifly Ipf jastronon. ical Dcauty. uua. THE BAC-WAR3 CHiUa SkMHI a Cta Tboa-Statitii WMcfc . aat H ija Brt. . , -There is many a mothaf wlio feels disturbed and an x torn because ner child 7 .. . ,i cahibtw araatl tres m acaooi, ' un'31 " i,,on ln to keep pace with them. 8k is hannted by a horrid apeetey ot, dunceh and backwardnesa, and of her dariing out stripped and left behind in all theother struggle of life a "Well. --. -t 1 But do not let her be too soon dis- oouraged. If her ehihl has ao.aptitud for learning exactly w hat' tke ntrabr are learning, parkas that iB.ap'i tude tot sumethkia" ohai different and. apart, and of jut as mucii value; Let her scrntmiie and fllscrwef tmi help tae child aionr aaeordliigly M the ways where nattireUnns. (hir system of graded schools is in deed lifting alP children to a hroad tableland Of general imfwntionJ tut, hoK-eiter.axcvilrDt its aieutalli.x::oliB. it allows po space forindividiml growth In Individual way. Eveffv vhiWsr-' ingrunin the same Jnoldi there is ? plaOe for kiioayncrasy or for develop ment upon original lines, and Shere, an' ever-present danger f crytili?. tlon of baevniiag flxwl at a jrtvaa font, oxceftsn aU dovelopinent. ( 1 .4 U Jier chad nas a rootea uisiiae r a certain thing 'if a poeitlvo tepaWttty in tluidlrecaionuf aaothrajthf aiothar would be . wiser, to make, ap effort to, have those studies set aside and to let hint gfee nimst-tf trtlvarvWklk ho doe like.aud, wkere, he 43av,not possibly (Jistingulsh himself, bf can at any rate expand what power he has. Survlyf 14f. ... i ... L J .t u. ..J J ' . ! .) ho todiBotnig .which Jie Is hopeless there ie no ,streifth or'tuae left for those where he might do rhitph - It ia ptrabaMeUlhtt tlsa Tst awn of tbspat deeluatd theaisli)e.iu liclr tastes aad jivcUnations Jed; lli-y i did hot learn all they teamed becaucome no else,ha4 icitned t. lid if ooj tsln branch wri . foregone eoaclusiern; snd that which they did 'Warn they learner) "Because they felt the hrn.ml.so and t k itd AJiAiiA, i..a.4 .. ' Hf ifs not Ufem-anan-ybo ds.Jiu like everv other Hum who helns the World along moSt.int the man whose fcffer- infjrau-itnfr and- growth jnhkoA him individual and, gives hh a eoignof yan tiige .that.Jie would mis if he Went slipping along' Juet like every rbnef else. '1 tiiyoi the beakwsrd fcojl hi shnnce. then, at ihat which suits hira bcstal be sure no harm esq happen. Harriet Preseott Spofford, lit Chicago rteeonl. " Ja DOWNS5 an'd bloiTses,,, Cool Thing for Donning Ah,ei th flura w.u '' otrorWruiJ mi 1 ' ' ( Th useful, negligee morning dress or tea gown is stll nopuhir simply Iks cause It Is so Comfortable. VThe ') Me nhistd" Is : a- aove; stylo, batntf oiilde of deep rod cloth and trimmed iviU blnek velvet, frym whk h striking combina tion It takes Its still inore strikinguama Prettiest tof aU: are the! tea gowss of wash silk in cool colons, opening 'down In front. In the regular Old-fashiortTtl war, the Opening half filfldeii " beneath V0lamlnou"'lucu: edging, Btrirx'S of green and, blue,! au4 1 rose , pall 1 for inch bf . green, and 1lue ribbod about 'fhi-evW, 'e flttle' ruffle of the .hi lie have . a c.tHirder. iof " green witp the tin Doint d esprit tailing over and softening both, ' A jittle gown with a yoke n fine sheer muslin evor A lining of .blue and A petticoat 4 ' the same fine material showing thyough cross 1ands of(1acc. insertion Ms ex tremely pretty. So are also the safrit little gowns mnde ia hulliotar crepon and worn over the pretty silk petticoats which arc now the luxurious essential of every -woman's wardiyibe. uft printed cashmeres Or plaia light winds are made up with a yoke of strip) of ribbon ift three or more colors sewod togetho4 "JThBy re also nuideup with IplamorllgiiredChinasilk pr mousseline de sole shoulder frills and dra pings. "There was' never a slimmer when such diversity: was show 6 1a thOMleftign of the.coat and blouse stylo of dress. The Eton coat is always the favorite, With tho mess coat, Its first cousin, ' eomlnff IB a good second. 'This mess coot points down in the back and show a great smartness of revers in front. Sometimes the Eton Jacket Is shortened and) worn over a very severely fitted waistcoat,, f. which t shows : .at, j the riee.tr a ' " collar1 of linen , Snd severely English1 tie.-' It i edged witit braid, or wftju tidy satin folds, stitched . dowa verv flat and Brim, Again, it assumes a graceful prettifies of "effeetwith It hroi'lalted collar lihed wilA ftatiplnd edged with 4 fancy braid. Its sleeves, of shot silk or satin lilte the 'blouse over W hich It Is "'worn. The Weir' may be'of the simply' Wt JUsfl(r ishapes'with' stitchfb,hem or narrow stitched pipings ot satin.'or it niay have the pieeed-otl flounce with rowsiof braid or pipings In groups, the top: one tsovering the joiBture.hicago bunday Post, , t Waler-TfMt. . ," To'leaf n whether impurities' 1ft watot arise from the presence of acid, plunge pi0c of; litnuts Paper, into; i,! If .the nsper tdrns.red it denotes the pre settee of acid. If a precipitant 'falls Wti srlilition of .lira 'waterl jt," ia tr proof that carbonic acidU present. If blue sugar-paper is turned red by the jvate, there W a "mineral held fn solutioa, , If Iron I Suspected,' take a little nntgall, boiled, and add ,t.e the . water.,, j I he presence of "bblck y-oh will cause it to ttttfr gAy rlall'reil: 'TriissiateV of r-ta&h 1 dissolveds m the ;r,-htorj Will cause it .to , turn, bluei ienoting .the presence of. Iron. "A 'good test fm! lime is a few AroiT o nmlio acid tn large tanjbler!6f.Vtet .tHIow sW!,it', and If th action of, the breath pauses it tn furn roilitv.'linie" is present 'A little irned- -on Wli'solVedl. ia- alcohki; bml turned ftitTa it- f .: h- water auilj cause it to turn milky: if foit. xl will remain clear. A few ftrops' of piriin 411 se v.;.V onUinit- fatthy !J-:ThiS s tVfonrth .tiin.yqn havo spplU'4 ior n oflice,!,' said jtheoiuU date's friend. ' Yes': but it til ftes lots of applicatwin to suceeed In anything, yoa know." Washington Star. I L'SEFVL f'7; j 1' !.i to MH'W. i ' I n:o '. U ! r -I''- -sieve into a w M m v , immcJ r. ' ' with .ail thickened g '-Co-ee f r - ' a tahlesTxronful of i e a n of hot wsier the !'ur?h P! 1 ' H' of aaejrg, h'f i f a ct . r' i "e' $Ur the is; "tt ; 1 1 f v 11 cg, add t:ie toil ..,f 1 ' 1 the hot water. Itoil two 111 . . . Harper's T i, .ir."" " " - Vntt ,1 $ shouM r,er vi.e i with aovtiitng but wit 4.. r-a pbitrf sf!t to A p " I 1' ' ''-er tB''i!vti wwm. ' v ' h soft cl.pti " T . e ' 1 u will proii. s'i x x f'r a bed-room: hut a ronm r-uch 1'-h1 vti.l require it some hat oftein-r. A, deligiiilul sponv '"' ' ' a ' by IwnjtiPS" the tn'.n r! ' - nd two v'ups (..f se ,r t . t I nj; the (realeti .in-. Atld to i."'v ttue'tona cttp I jur as' t tstbie pooBiuia4t qui 1 1 11 il .tttcr. lurn a second C'lpf'vl of f hit n" 1 two tea apuout'jTs of baking js.v..:, r. I.mmiico to thst.; bakeia t BMHlui-aii ., ? a i,re a, j-gyd!a' Jurn&L . 'ft '1 j Tftioe riivUluig W -h ' 1 , - ash a smll half-eifpfnl of rice, a ' .1 full quart of niilk, hulf a eupftd of t f-.-am, t.ilehli-p6iin6ilO'f white ':r. a littltt-BuUutx, -t-ia a arm piateha'.f ah hi, then in a ModerMi; .rxen. in fifteen minutes add - '"' ot raisms, and Mix well, after tm imnnte stir ttit'piuhliuif Bifiuti tjke !,ln,r and ahaU J" w sUyw oven, N . . Ob server, j; Oueen'MuiUns. Mix t .1 table Spoonful if- buNer 10 en .m Add case -tahieapooaful rf.wsoipvr, r V two egg, btir all well together. I astly, add t,wQ f.Bpf"lyut flour- "a pinch of Mt-tP ol9spoonfuU of ffood bak ing powder, .btir this to a sininittj bat te?vwitli iriveet milk.' almost twa cup fukvof whUjh .will, be teedl to siake it the J)Fopr consistency . lUike. 'in well ETcased geitr pans In r hot oven. Tho kboto fetjipa'will (sake fwusty pisflins. 1 To Repair a Mirror.-rPmir upon a sWet OT tinfoil' Iboirt thi e tlrams of quicksilver to tho aVjaaie? foot, of foil; rub BmarWy wt) a- pieee of buckskin untit the foil bfeouMa'Jifiliia;rt. Lay the glass upon a flat - levej .C-ible,. face downward; place the" foif upon the dam ftgol vrtloB of the glass; lay a sheet of paper over tho foji, aa4 place nrl ' bloek ot wMKid or a piece of marble, with a perfectly flat Wrfafe. Put upon It sulittit vreighl'tn pros it dowa tightl let, 1 reanaln Int tW ,poltlon- a few hours. The foil will ' adhere, to tho gla.-arm,'"Ield and fireside." Veal (triqiietfaMlvo liiit finely chopped1 Teal.Hwlf -pnt rich milk. t wo tablahpnoaftila riK-kr erumbs. T f UblesnogriJfulK butter. (hi table- spoonful floiir. . One teaspoon ful, salt llall tuaspoonfiil peftper. ; Three "egga. fut tttHk 'nj tr bojl.i! "b flour and butter together and add to niilk as It reaches "boiTlrig -polnk 5tij VH1 it tliickons, tihe add real andl seajrfining With two well-beaten eggs. Cook, two mluutes, irring all the while, then take from fire. Vhen cool shaiwl mix ture into oblong ball, dip ip eggthen In cmmlis, aad tfry in hot lard. De troit Woo Press, i K .'A X jt :i XFTEh SPBirtp HOUSE CLEAN! NO - . -4 - f v Then h thetlrhii tn Tnt t fr,-.h window H . J.iCaii..; J t-. t Aftet lvoiseoleaaing come, Or should (onic, f fresh . window (Curtains. .The wisest housewives prercr qiianirty to quality If tha car not affjird both, for in amoky town tho only .comfortable plan is to have two complete K ts of sasn eurxains, ann lei mem oe vsnea in alternation. .For such washable curtains the simplest, fashions are in favor. . Of tc there iKjnrrelr " wide hem at top and bottom, and theenrtain polef Is run "thremgh the vipper hem. The old-Unit method of hemming, with double rowjOf! stitching, kh jug a little frill at the top,, m a pretty finish for curtains la room ot Informal stylo of furfcfcbirig'., i J . "I Thig curtains, whieh are to be.mBde with Plain hems, should be fuller than these Which art intended to be trimmed With jrufTbva, , Rnffli border all the edges of the great majority, of thin cur tains and arepattcilar)y pretty-when made 61 fine Hwias muslin, with small duUi an figures, which continues to be the standby for all country house win dow rirnpf-rits,1 ' .m 1 rEnpecihllv rlriaty 701 bedfoora win- dowsare Jthe, inexpensive white mus lins, printed with oeiiigns ,ln 4110 col ors., AH the old favorite for Vdroom crtahH arcttiTI to boiitintfi icrlm, IccAiirjotton, nJyit Maxlra aiuslin The cool looking bjuo and w hite .lupanese chintzes likewise grow in favor for use irtbliieiad white room They hre an Instance of expensive simplicity, for the material, which is as dear as average French ehlntz, W not uc.h roar than lan InjcUrfe wide;.-, - ,"" ." t Among the materials shown for more elaborate 'frowns are plain cltinics and eer letlW'h 4a hpplied design of ivhite,(tfn or suten.Chiesgo l imes. i lieek ao so ranch for geat 4hings, rather be faithful to the opportunities of ths BwmMiSi sarll though they may eerji. ,; Be at work for god. "Jk what your can; and do jt now, , If, you can not' 'relieve. sufterinf you ' can sy mpathiiae, owith them. .If 1 y ju can riotj give gold, give eronal service. Tcaclvchildren, ,if you. can not instruct men.' If not able to be a piiinr of stat e, he A sirpport and oomfort to (!,e house hold. JJe a lamp in tha chamber -if you can not be a, slur In tfie tV,,v. iiladden tlie' tfrele .Of lltmie.- '.' you enn not Ultimo flMelty SrwsV i.e -few, if you con rot pn':wh to ti 1 i nii'l i. tf yon r.m hoi liie-s i , , a kelp. AaenonuraL I .. 1 Ihdse Who ore every ' ." .'' that they'slmll be i- r liii.T better for- V'"-.-snd )! r life v. , : Detroit Free Piv r to love unci anguisn la her aunt eyes, hilU"