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KATK '. Hill IIIN-i. The longed ftr day is conn :ntl gor. With .ill it mirtti ami iinist. Ami now tin lilt it- on's have fun In hreaking up their Christmas taj s. Tlif t'i kin.: that selati-ly M-ciiH'.l Pan-Ming '.villi their g mdly store Ar- !nw -.tiftc'i'"! nut in dismal lengths Yhi the h;iere 1 nursery Hour. .lohnaie's Ii"'' InTse has lot it-, tail. An-! -T-iiiiIi"-i hrat d-new dull IIa- pt a lrnise iipoii its he;il. (c. aiiii ti by a fail. I'.ipa and taaint.ia ar 'most deaf I'n.iii hearing .T iii;iiiit-N tlrum. Ami Henry's in-t-1 au-l "out of sorts" r,iT;tiht- his tops won't limn. Pag b!T sighs ;in. I sei-ias ilispt'aci And wears a look dejivte.l- Ti!- uift !'! Santa liro;i'ht to Iht Vv'i'.s nut what -Ii' ep -ttd. A ith i-ioti. f I.Mi.r ti -kin full Our lr a:ns liavi" lang hern haunted: Tin' day i gone. ti many -ay, I i-'"t i!t what t wanli'il"" I .!'.' Memory, i it. i-.. Crested a Uli sLmt an- tin- waves if lia.r That M-;ii'ci'!, -paii my a::e I ln-lin. An. I iii.H'.y art- tin- lim'- of ea: That, si rag .'I ng. my oma nVr h"ha : I ; 1 1 1 lM'oii'i tii- iliiniy t:l-!" yenr Tla r- i:ti :iT still a oiitiitul tear. Ariil a- iii ia - :loat nily down. Thf liiai'iy iliriM.!- of lite 1 1 t i . ; 1 1 1 1 . TluT" waml" o'-r nieiinr 's hae A vt'i"H ot ."iig i'i'partnl ilays lien Mfa;i- a -o ctr blown NcVr v. fpt for kni'jlilly oc -.aikM n. for I a n-Mle s .tn.ngt r rnaiued NYar Jon a f.tithoil liver doomed. And oft we lin.eii i! hand in !:aiil. The ni-ti-AaiiiN f hie we s -üuied; A in I tat ri.'O iu alii h moonlit si. Ion i' in i in' ie n eiO'iU;'!!! e i!i la's. W!. -n : a i. He ! 'üt d- r-"i A in! i-'h i'i -1 o i i.l'ili'i! t;-i-, es Iiorni" ga! ie-riug loi 'ii :r:g veiig t -.cuie. ii-'l in'. 1 1 !- " i-i r ni!iv; All h i . it . .1 ...I i, oi.T n ii , 'ii. .-..'s l!i.' -.til; Tin.; 'vil'.;. Tra-. Ti.a' H-; 'i ; Ti!" A . . i i- : ! ', I. 1. I . .. !' .1.1' A ti :,,, I I, i i.i 1 1 1 lv.il IV U- I -I, 'i ii; i l'i . i . . : 1 i n ':'' III. i'l Mi-iiaai 1 1 i i i.iin ii.' . i hi lira i i ' . "i-, i '. 1 1 i t a i t- i." i 'la -ta - .im Aii'i In. i' art tn !. IT . l I I II -.1 II I ' i I i i ii' A DoINK FOR WOMAN. ln l aicht AiiMiiiii.n to ih- iin.r; ; M..r.. I Klint In. j The latest acipiisition to the row of i long-r.ei tvi d bo'il4 at the drug si.-, . j lounmin la man:-a "uiange n-.,.. i u nii, " 'na l Ij .. .v i .f i.. I I ll'. 1 iil.l I'll I ' ..Ulli L I'l HI Mif ' j blossoms and Ss rbout (he nnad. e:!,e-i-oily delirious b'' r when lahm; u ith three I ii -i of ci'imiii and well cba I'.id. They call it "ll m u's wassail," 1 1 -fcllh-5 do. wlii-n lite cb tk of the fui t.l a oi terves It with plmiiy of ro l.t and fdiavi d and piled I : v; h t im mow. lie icc- otntuend. d It as a g iod thing fur n rve.-;. 1 pnd Is alvN.iy-i s';iu((!y grateful when ntiy of his pal runs w ill give him a m v I recipe for nunc dainty drink, due nf the ii i i; f and l it' .-t of his coml.Iua- tlotiH, and de.-i'i My jiopnlar. i". Is ordinary eho.-oIaN- nnla dashed w ii!, one teasiif.oni'ul of creme d'vi I !e. ' IJverybody knows what this is, a cor dial colored and Ilavored as If with Violets, and aiiothiT fashionable apoth ccary Is earning a good name nr. mm; the women by Mrvlug them, Hm- ihn J cold weathe r began, with mli.nte tip ; of at etyiene gas from lime and coal Of. clear, hot. hiigar'.es.s coffee, l!aore, I (plst treated wÜJ electricity from ar with a .Imp or two of violet cr.-am. H, i j.on eUa trode.s has made It jio.-'lbl.' to is tue same man who Is making hims dl famous by lutti-frutti ice cream soda. , This is a glass of simple vanilla or I choetdato er f mall.ph-v ci mi. ..i.i. .. i.. , j. uiui a n.imiiui oi fmall.,pb-v cosralli,.! fruits thrown in l.a.fil'i ll,.. l., I . I,. i m.... ) I :.. I '' i.-i inr -ifiiti in l Iti ill l UM" IM I I M . currants. mr bl'd gingT, and the liie It crosts only ä rents more than the oi dinary soda and is a favorite nfier-t h theater Ir-at with th' young niodi'.it Iii ans and simple tastes. Tli' Ni'VI 'imi in . Slic Slioiil I :4.. Miss Kit hard:,, d ug'it r of tin" go, ernor of Wyoming, in an exa.epte e the new woman as she .hc.uld be, in a e:ular fidl. Sio- is her allu r's em-1 efficient private snriary, and w!ic j he is ea'led away i'.'i.m 'Jhyfnne tie i entire afi': oi i i.i- .: cutiv' are Its; I in her ham!-,. Such is the conti P m of the j. m erit-r in his U-;, ar-ol ! t'aiii. h ' - Ml CO T. 1 1 W ' III' ale, 1 ;t , . e, ui; a i: L oiiiS all about hou -!. ei pin-;. i ml i a e epially v. 11 a c tpi.aintfii wi.!i th- an airs of the tdli.i of the -i a uii e. llirfatlur trusts .Inr to prepare the most important slat, papers. Iicmk Tlif-miich Mi y. The Venetians absorbed all com mere, for five or six centuries, from the year lat.t) until 1;"0; they 1 the Ilaneseatic league as rivals. The Dutch republic, with its civil liberty, for two centuries transfei n-d the trade of the world to Holland, but :.bout the middle of th" eighteenth ceiitury the energy anil pcr- t -everaiice of tin- ImU-sh supplante! the Dutch. On' v On- ( opy rNoeil Of. hoi t time ago a publisher brought Leon entitled: "Advice to I'latn ' Only one copy has as yel A Out Vo 1 th I - i: I ot and that was taken bj hoy to his mother for curl Stins of Insvt For the stings of bees, wasps and hot nets bathe quickly with Brazilian Balm. It tills the poisou and stops the pain in slantly. i ..I- i . s:i i i L n vei.is. SHE WAS SENTIMENTAL. And Would NmI a Gift with I.o h o Love 1eisi-n 1 ixetl l'inn It. "You keep rings here, don't you?" he asked in a Woodward avenue jowclry store. 'Certainly," replied the clerk, "onv thing for yourself?" "No- I'm thiukin of gittin' sunthin' fur my girl. Got anything for abou' two dollars?" "Yes, I can give you a plain rin? that price. Here is something very neat." "I guess that would fit her all right Kin I have sunthin' engraved on it?" "Of course what Is U?" "Wall, I want you to put on it: 'F:o,,i Thomas J. to Helen H., who is no: o:dy the best-lookin' but the smarter t girl in the State of Michigan. My leve will never, never prow cold, and shr.il i death overtake mo, rpy last thou.-Jit would be of you. Ilo ood and yo , .1 ; happj', and pleas e n crept this as a t'- of love.' That what I want you i put on." "Good gracious, but you can't go' a: that on a ring!" exclaimed the cl r:;. "Must liave it, or I don't want a ring!" was the firm reply. "But the usual way is simply to :; grave: T. to 11 with the date vli v.' "The usual wr.y may be all rii;f v.-; a some girls, but it won't work wiili mine. What she wants is srniiunT.t heaps of sentiment. So you can't p't it on?" "Couldn't possibly do it. YouM w ant a surface as large as your hand to g-t that on." "Say!" exclaimed the youns niüi. after a moment of reflection "I haw it! I'll buy her a silver belt-buckle i:. stend of a ring, and I'll have 'em put 01 all I said r-nd add to it: 'You am m v r absent from rty thoughts, and a vi.-im; of your ih n" fn;o rifs up hofofv nw thousand times a day. He true ! true! Virtue is its ovrn reward, an 1 your moth r kin Ii' e with us after v.a married.' No r'iv nt present 1 bye." Amelia i:. L'Aiirrs hev novl:i l'lrnt liijit-r : vi' l'roiitlo oT tro:i, i.ii.l sii! invil Interest. New York Commercial A'v.-:;;: ! The fatuous i:oveli-t, Mrs. Am- ii I Uarr, came down from her lwi.:e j Cornwall on the Hudson this -: i read to hr pu!ili?lier and a f'.v friends Ib.e l'.r: t c'e.aptcrs of P.: n jiiovel on whi' li lie Ia new w 'Those who have .-.fen the n;r. , say it promises to be er.e of tiie s'i : , est and best-! attained pieces m' ;,rii ! that has eer cn;i" Horn the pro ;' author. Hhs.i'd ith all the ;rr ' : cnduraiH' tu lir sturdy Yoi h.d; t cestui s. Mrs. ll u r p!e.; rves r' ; energy and en I e 1 1 i sm of ye". , a W. 1 lhaa tho truth, the: 1 iiv capable of mere and l-t r v th.-n at anv nilut time in h r lid-, 'i Ilo els of Lrc id I v b a-' h :iul l.a ! i' i ..i --. - tlrd tandoiii pap. rs an pr ntiu.-n: ! i , for her to .n'c(impli: li in a twmv- n-eii If s!m; wrote twlc" j s mm h :,y, there would be a tiiarlo t for It M. she the be.' t paid of femal" :n i! hap-t mal" authors In Ameri-a. Ibirm it formerly enjoye.! this di-o Hon. but It now belongs ; Vr lb r copyrights yield luu a I:m;-( steady revenue. She often . y.'.ooo f,,r the serial rights to ;, mo.i and shorter pa m are ag rl ne, : for by the editors at latmy pliers. Meia over, she is an exta limit Tmvii . s vi man and can on oicasions drive ., nhnrp a bargain as William D--llowi lis, and that Is raying a grea d. ! iw l.r'v f llnil. The reient discovery of Mr. W'il m prodme ethyl ab-ouol so cheap that all ,,tjM.r ,,oduct ions will be abandoned Xhmihllhk rll-a-ovew nmm t i, d,,. ..............-,, Ltil.t Hill ia ,.viw.,.',1 t. ,l,f.1 w ill i. r.- crnts nr :. C(t. ., R:inonf or CVf.n Its usi'S In Die arts will bo largely in cie.LH'd, and as a beverage it could be j i iHapennl to an enormous extent. The j oci un tllon of dl-ililling will be super ; seiied. and the manufaeture of whlsi-v ! an I other ab-ohrdie beverages will ' clmnge, and the great problems which I :?:!" ermtnd tlnun commercially, s; i- ' !' - lly and socially will have new fianni'.. I'npular Si-ienee Monibly. i', ' iiiliP'i in Al'titaii'. ic time :"o Montana pa-s-d a bo ': ;: ' ! i i ill. gal. and t he t . v ta faro Pan ls and oihii i'o. ; liou.-i ., that had been nni- i . , pr'U' ip-il ",". T's .', i!-(. v." I : : : :: 1. 1 i.i .'.a:.-' iu t' !'UI i d II t( i region : I::,: up sr.op i t!:1 I iw . i i...;en to ti e i-'i.nrenii i'!U ..f the st.-in' on a tst enre, and a vo i he i o'-i ; i1- ci'!''il that the new ai1 1 i ran M'li'i-c po.v is uaeom-'.Mtutioaul. that the e!d law, whb-h lice...5e,l ga Id !''. is still in f'-rec. The aftern-io ' the en wliidi the deci.sion we a re: dei -i! a S'-or' or more gambling-lion-' ' In Itutte lagan businessr and thing, .vr running wide open again by nigh) fall. 'ureful Nnrritor. i'tbel - (h andp.i, ph ase tell me Hi story again altait the time you wen hilled and -afen by the cannibals. (Irandpi Vou mean nhout the time I was illed by the cannibals. ICtlud? They didn't eat me, for if they had how would I be here to tell you about It? Vou should always be careful about to talis, Fdhel, if you want to be respected in this world. Judge. I ; 11 ir I. nur lilft to IMilu-i. Kngland has sent fl72 women mission Irion to Clilua wi bin the past five pear -. Thirty-six left in a body recently for work in China and India. The propor doa eif won-mi v. ho lake this rigorou.1 'ml f-elf-d'-nying work on themselves i ar gr,ater than that of men. .4 :ir" ork. The tvventv -rrst annual meeting of the l.'nittJ Hebrew Chnritks was held in T?"-ple Enianu-El in New York city the other night. The managers re ported an expenditure of $1?,S0".11 during the jtar among 30,3"i2 appli cants. Of this number 511 were trans ported to foreign countries and l..'10G were sent to various sections of the United Stares and Canada. There were 3.Ö1." cases of sickness attended by physicians, and 17.003 articles of clothing and l,h7 tons of coal wcro given to the poor. The total receipts amounted to JU4,"r.0.30. I nil rr'iir.tioii. "I thought," s-ud the solemn parson, "that you int-'ed for your little son t0..CntCr,.the n,in,'stry'" "I do,' said the father. A. . II . 1 . 1 Aiiu jet ;o.i aiiow ntm 10 nap suca war-like toys v.r, a gun and sword." ""'OS- l tnuiK iiO ought to get famil iar with the use oi ihcta. He might to !s a uinsion.u ysu know." In uiaiinpolis jout-ifa-. HE IS A CIRCUS. Iir That Crow I Ike a lloostrr .l Iniitalffi S.-er;il . n I m.i I. Kollow and A narrator gives an account in the , of college graduates resign their lives St. Louis Glo'iK'-Pemoerat of a trip j Into the keeping of husbands. From .through Missouri, in the course of 1 other sources it is learned that those which lie says: "I was the guest of I who marry do not swell the lists of the Rev. Frank M. Downing, who lives 'invalid wives; neither do 30 per cent of iu the neighborhood of a small settle- 'the children horn to them figure in ment called County Line. Iiis fam- ! mortality tables, as is the ghastly fact ,i!y consists of himself and wiio and a with the everyday woman's children, small jellow dog. which 1 noticed re- ! College women are not apt to marry a ceived an unusual amount of care and jman to save him, and thus insure for attention. As th-re was nothing par- 'children morally weak or vicious fath ticularly attractive about the leg. ;crs; neither docs love (?) in a cottage : which was only a mongrel cur, I rather i translated in these days into a cheap wondered nt their manifest nfl'cction. . i'at in an unwholesome locality ap and one dav inquired the rc;iv ui of it. par to her finer or more winsome than Mr. Downing. for .vis wer, ! htl "Bench," and placing him in a cd it, comip:':ii!"il him to r.v." My a toni.-hr; a at va.; unbounded when the dog. gave a pr; f t imitation of a Shanghai !v.c-...r. and without i'Hnh. r command follo.ve l it with th ue'g! of a horse, lowing of rows, gnm's ar. l squeals of pi.zs, nn'(nr,vii:g ol cat-, and vaiious no i.v-a 's incident to farm life. He could give all the ye-'pi of a pa k of hounds in pursuit of a fox, ami in : realistic a iimn.u r that you ouM scaiacly help helicviag that a l.uat was In progress. "Mr. Dounitv.r yr imlely had ! taii'.-ht the anitaa!. ! hi.; p' liar i a- llativc p w rs were dir;eo led by :e - ti,.. , i. ',,.. i.Hiiih. till. iiiiiiiiii jin i ."i;.', -iiiii Dem li was a mere puppv, t!:e 1 1 ; . .1 i :i Mrilnlin Ihn i'i-ii'irl l'iir lh." r ( iiimm! inui, m in, i.i' i a t' a a..' . v.i' ..... was 111 at Dawnmir's hoayi an I was made extrem y nervous j't ni.i ht by a rooster crowing at all horns ni riih his windov,'. Tb" people wl'O were at tending could mil ubaover tee p-asii r. ! but one niornin.: Mrs. Downing, in pa - - Ing tlio window, v..s st uli" 1 by : ( in;-. ; the püp'iy t'lioV bail' ii!s h "' and crov. De I Uly b-arm-d to crow at command, and each d 'V pi. d.e. I tii soae- i new sound, l-a.t Noeomber a m igh j ber of Mr. Downing' i-arried I'.i im h t" j Nasliville while the circis W.H there I and the m iliarer oh'-led a haml-oi.e j pr! e fir him. t aing thai he was cm. I vimeil lire h could be tan Jo ,, ia!i ! but Mr. Downing refit t d to giv hi: ' up. In ajipi-aranrc I'ench Is not pc , pss'sing. hia color hing a dlits M ! low, his hair toarse ami wiry, hl,; I i-bort, and hi body rallur uuubldy. In his (e.s, however, i !mi ( gbam.- mi li.telllgi nee ainuist hiiman." cumous fjiscovr.rtY. Natur' Itii 1 1 i ii I t II lt' It't i i'l II II III IUI I li . of Iii' VI Uh 4hIII. TJii- i t p. as ha.-; b. en brought in, avci the Pp( ii.v'iiebl I., .i.i. r. teen miles ,v :.l of !P d that aboil lo li'ul. 111., and aine II aam e id. i of Ste. (b-ne vicve. Mo., on tlo- b..,ihs of the Mis Klssinni river, m a .latural euri.sftv - - ........ being no les.s ii i a n 1 1 io-i at r lora ei by some ur.e.xplalm d law of mi ura. A short lime ago Fat nur Wa la,--, n wlio.-e land Ibis was eti, dug a 'di.ii or grolio iu the siady 1 1 1 1 ! i 1 1 . vh. the rocks are ti.'.. ami brittl in (rd ; to vol a storage . ! e "or mt.U and o he. edibiis. Afh r ligging hack a evv 1 he was sniiu'bed to I'nd layer-; of h lietwceii tb' layers of roah:;. and, as i was coal inside, ami it pi . aha-d to i, more tlan he ep" -id iu Mi.- way o a ri fr:g rador, he fmide 1 it up by pai ling in a door. He tin-is by tri I ja ev ryth'ng pla v 1 ias d-, su !i ;i , :m ,;ts milk, fruits. uior p.-i ioah:. tubs. l"i-;.s ei . iM iy for auy I n h time. During the ho. test wen,. . .- summ'T eilh More l in this c 11. .r waul mal e the t ';! :. to drink it. C N K ttler of 1I- I I5.nl says it m a wonder and not at : li lil;e :i eoaiai in i liar but a writable natural be farm, not khown. lee hox, made d inside, 'now, 0 it An 1 111 pit rt Im I Wit ii-. In Harlem a few days ago, ? ram sued another for '.he rccoveryoC a dug which he claimed as lib; ovn. Tim d fendant and jilalntilT each piodui-e! reputable wltnesss as to the owmr ship. At length th jutlg thinking h had a bright thought, ordered the con testants to whistle for the animal, and whichever was ieponded to h le clared should be considered the owner. The detVntbini Jind the plaintiff Poll whistle'd a.rd Knapped their lingers. Tin dog hanged his tail on the com t-roou. floor joyfully and rushed to the plaiati!.' and fawned on him a moment, am! then, te the Ib-gest of the court, rushed to the defendant and exhibited the s um signs of joy. 'I "he ease is still und ' id ed. Phibide!phia De lger. A few drops of Brazilian I- ' little warm water make s ' ' . ae" ti Iht woi .d r.e s;0, , SlIAl'KI. X KI.VMH.lis NO HASTY MARRIAGES. Ulgher 1-tlucation Makes Women l.es Dependent. "So long as the attraction of sex re mains you cannot abolish marriage!" excitedly exclaimed the conservative lian, according to Vogue. "I have no desire to do away with marriage, but simply to mitigate it," eplied the woman propagandist. And liost thoughtful people will agree with the woman speaker that the reckless ness which characterizes marriage should be moderated. It is encouraging to those whose hearts arc touched by (the manifol I sorrows of humanity to 'observe thrc. in i lis matter of mar !riazo (a m sr prolific source of mis- ! ?ry t0 humrn I t ings). different ppencics Qre at Nvorlif educating people to an ap- :preciaticn of the gravity of the estate, ; ind its tremendous consequences to in- dividuals and to nations. The higher education of women has, from the start, shown a tendency to disincline those J who took the college courses toward j early marriages and toward imprudent ! one.-: quite a large percentage of them j moreover, taking up careers and re- j maintng single. A recent canvass ot college graduates is said to have shown that, while It) per cent of non-college women become wives, only ÖÖ per cent the self-respecting independence of the , ; bread-winning positions that are now ; within her roach, i ears ago some con- i servative men ha 1 the perspicacity to j .realize and the courage to state that; ; fuller life for worm n meant the h ssen- ; i ing of lie r interest in laania -" (the only profession her forem. . had ( ' ben permitt-d to ear.si l !) and that ' she vouhi be Imnb-r io p:-e and more j ; dclil.r-r.-ifo in her c '.;-, ice. That the phoihi-( ! o ha come to pass matter for congratuhtinn or for -oml-mnation, ', according to the obs.-rvcr's point of ; view. ,. , , . '':- 1 :. ' '' i Vi. Di- :u.:on. i . ....... i , . i . i i i " i i r i i . ' N I , ..',-'!. i a 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i j i,.ii i 1 1. . -.ii . . j I. m i i' i'l. ' - l;, .IM '. I I : 1 1 1 t !l 1 .11,1, I i i J'lJV ' t Ii1 ' i'!i a h ,n i '' tin i i-i. .. i in i' i a a U . 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"AjSIM'ClAh CONTRACT eitahlcs lis 1. oftcl lhissj.t'ii,lid jeiirnul aiid Tlits SeiMl-Wi'i'Ui.v 1 1 iic- iviuii-nt" ihr iai'-rs a eck. t r ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25, CASH I IM ADVANCE. (The U 'jti'. ir aitvam e MilM-r h'tlon 'i i-.f lh' li ':i-crs is i m rscKirritiNs v,.v r.i tiiN at any timk. M.irissaiioot.is.o TU: ND1':PI:NDI3NTV Plymotitli, liul. Writ" your t.ai'ie an! inl lii'ss a a j'estal card. M ini II In Ceo. VV . r. v. ;(,.,,) j Ti itiiuse uihiliig. New ik l'M. ami a same'.' in; t Die Nw rk V' kly Ttil.un- w ih In' niai!'l to vim Q Ul rums, ToiU Jrays, Sets. Porfunu UCMTl i;on 5 tore.1 TT 1? A T3 YE! 'iiiie and pundiase your wife a New limne or Domestic eabim t sew'ing-machine. I'l ia s S'Jil.fM to Slö.OO. ce my stock of organs anl Dieir eh gai.t iiui:-ii in upright piano stie. Also many ie siirns nf parlur cabitK ts. Frices to suit all, S'iä.P) to s 1 KM K I kae no agrt h: and i'! iiiak- you close Christinas pi ices. 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