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Tkr Should Be Made te Fwrnhh Elec tricity to Large CI tie. The tides of the North and East rivers produce power enough to gener ate all the electricity to light New York and Brooklyn, to do all the me chanical work in the factories and ma chine shops and to run all the railroad lines in the city and suburbs, says the North American Review. This power ia wasted, as formerly all the power of Niagara was allowed 'to expend itself in a profitless way. All that is required is to store this immense power and turn it into profitable use. The problem presented differs somewhat from that of Niagara. The tides are periodic and not constant and the power would "nave to be collected at the times of its great est exertion and stored for later use. The Niagara people have already pro posed to run a line to New York to do what the tides of the Hudson and East rivers would accomplish right at home. Either undertaking as a large one, re quiring the expenditure of millions of dollars. But the results would, more than justify the outlay. An inex haustible supply of power from outside would prove a blessing that could hardly be appreciated to-day. The present cumbersome delivery of coal to factories and private ho'isos would be abolished, and a clean, neat, pleasant method substituted. The plant could be located at some convenient place in 4he suburbs or along the river front, where the city air would not bt vitiated and poisoned by coal gases, dust and smoke. "What applies to New York and Brooklyn would apply to many other cities. The tioVs of the Delaware and Chesapeake could be converted into in exhaustible povr to give the cities along the coast & perfect and cheap electric plant. The great inland rivers are not so constant in the summer tea son as the tides of the rivers and bays along the Atlantic coast. The rush of the. waters through the narrow inlets of our bays and rivers is so tremendous that enormous machinery i-ould be pro pelled at a cost representing a small percentage on the capital in the plant. The present outloo'K is that the Niagara Falls Power company will in time rut an electric conduit to New York to sup ply the motive and lighting power of the city and suburb, unless some en- terprlsing body of capitalists under takes to utiliz the wasted power of the tides nearer to home. A conduit car atle of bringing 100.0('G to 200.000 horse power from Niagara "would cost more than a four-track teMra railway. The investment of a similar .amount in col lecting and storing the power of the tides in the North and East ritjs ought to yield better resuJts. BOY AND CIGARETTE. ! lurrei ( II Gets Radljr Mixed l'p with WLieh Didn't Likp Fire. The venerable and familiar moral tale of the bad little boy wfco offered the circus eiephant a chew of tobacco is far surpassed by the new and strict- ly truthful story of 11-year-old Harry j Manning of Waltham. Mas:'., say Har per's Weekly. Harry had been learn ing to smoke oiragettes and one after noon about a fortnight ago he wat sit ting on a barrel behind Northrup's grocery practiciin.. when he heard foot steps. Not cariiiK-to smoke m companj, he dropped his lighted ciragette into the bung-hole of the barrel on which he sat. The statement is that when the moral elephant in tie. other story re ceived the 'chew of tobacco he seized Tommy, the evil-doer, by the coat col lar with the thumb aid finger of his trunk and threw him harshly out through the roof of th- circus tent. The event in Harry ca.e war, still more precipitous and surprising. The barrel he sat on contained naplvuta and re jected the lighted cigarette v.ih an in stantaneous burnt of emotion which sundered its hoops and gave Harry all the symptoms experienced by 'be boy who stood on th burning deck whence all but he had tied. Happily Harry- ame down in the sam township in wjilch he went up, and whs identified am: ia still living with h.t parents, but -a- ' other time he will 6op hi noe luit an empty barrel b'fore he drops hu cigao-ette into it. Th narrative of this adventure Is here chu rfully recorded as a warning to lo wLo smoke cigar ettes and for use In si-bo.o:o. .'anIUn (SrMtlnK TrAirrt, The recent Inland retu.e returns showed for lSf." a conidorHtdo reduc tion on the consumption of t-pirits and malt In Canada, as compared with 1894. The figures have been much tomwented upon and In many cases looked upon as favorable as denoting a decrease in intemperance. It is sincerely to be hoped by all well-wishers of the rou try that that was the cause of the de creased revenue. Hut was it? There are those who say that hard times bad as mufh to do with it as the inclination to temperance principles and the bene ficial result therefrom, lta the one ar gument antagonistic to the other or not, one thin is certain and that is both agencies were at work and reduced the demand for Jiquor throughout the coun try. Ottawa Free Press. Appreciative. "I tell you," exclaimed Dukane. "the ire gallery at Canegie library is meet ing with unbounded admiration." "That is right." replied Caswell. "It certainly deserves all the encomiums lavished upon it." "Y.es," Dukane went .on, "the public appreciate it. Now, I was looking at one of the masterpieces yrutcrday and Just behind me I hoard a ;voman ex pressing her deep admlratiot." "What did she gay?" "She said: 'Ain't the frames lovely!' " Pittsburg Chronlcle-Tele-xraph. 'PUSSY'S TATAL FISHING. -DrerMt Effort to Slake Goldflih Her Frey. Two small boys wildly gesticulating and uttering shrill cries of encourage ment in front of a delicatessen store in upper Third avenue last Sunday after noon attracted a crowd of persons, says the New York Herald. In the window was a large globe of goldfish, on either side of which was a pyramid of canned goods. On top of one of the pyramids which was a few inches higher than the rim of the globe, a half-grown cat was balancing herself. The most hasty glance left no doubt as to what the cat was doing there, for her hungry look was fixed on the globe, while the fright ened fish were scurrying rcund and round in a rain attempt to escape from their crystal prison. It was quite a difficult job even for a cat to balance herself on the upturned end of a can of tomatoes. Then it was a long down ward reach to the edge of the globe. More than a score of times the cat tried it. Often it seemed as if she had leaned so far forward that it would be impossible for her to regr.in her equi librium, but a cat is quite at home at this trick, and the suppressed "Oh!" of the small boys would change to an ex ultant "hooray!" each time the cat per formed it. At last, in one of her at tempts to draw back, the cat was more clumsy than usual, and. making a cou ple of w ild claws in the air, she upset the top can and the whole pyramid came tumbling down in a clatter. It looked as if the fun was at an end, and i many of the assembled crowd had moved away, when the cat reappeared and began to scale the other pyramid. At the first attempt this time she got one of her paws on the rim of the globe. It was a long reach and every body could see that the cat was stretched out to almost her full length. To draw back was out of the question. Pussy saw this as well as the specta tors. She rested a moment to gain strength and then gave a leap forward. The rim was very narrow, her front' paws just landed beyond it, and in an i instant the cat pitched head first j into the- globe. A wild shout an- j nounced to those on the outside of the crowd what had happened, and every- : body pushed and shoved to see what ; the cat would do. It was easy to see that she was in a bad predicament The globe, which narrowed with a; sharp curve toward the top, was only two-thirds full of water. The cat kept swimming round and round, clutching wildly at the smooth globe in search of a purchase. The only war she might have got out was to sink to the bottom and leap right up through the top of the globe, but she kept on swimming as long as she had -any strength, and when she rolled over on her back and turned up nor toes even the two small boys slunk away with tears in their eyes. Tike Colonial Hanging Cage. The steamer T. V. Arrowsmith has Vrought to Washington the colonial i hivngrinfir caee recently dug tip near uv.tff Taint, in King George county, Virginia. This penalty for petit trea son tinder the old law of England was inflicted where n serf killed his feudal lord and was extended in many cases to the murder of a husband by a wife. In America the willful murder of a master by a slae was held io be petit treason and was punished by hanging in chain. The last example of that punishment in this section of the coun try was given near Alexandria in 17C7 CS. when several nesro slaves were con victed at the Fairfax conn, then held at that village, and hong in chains In nn opening in the woods near where Christ church now stands. It is piob nble that the KingCeorge cage, with its victim, was nung in the air many J months and was buried sorae time be j fore the revolutionary war. The cage i ftnd itfc contents are the property of Mr. j Cawood of King dcorge county and will be sent to the Smithsonian institution. Baltimore Sun. CONVENIENT AS CASH. sylvnia Lines. I'cit-tum who travel will liml mileage Ürkels iisrtl ly tii lVimsjIvauia Luits ivrst l 1 itlstinrgiiieat tonveiiieiurs, I a.; wi ll as money savers. Principal j civics and town; in 'Vu'Stern IVnnsjI- ai.ii, Ohio, IiuliaiKi .cil Illinois ar rtue.-.K'il hy these Jincs, vij;ich also ex tend i'.i l'lttsbiuli. Krie, Ashtabula, (.'IcvfU.Ki, Toledo, Kt. Wayjw, Chicop, IntlianujKilis, St. Loiiin, Ioutville, ('in t'iiiuuti, tV.'lumbus, Wlucliiij,' nod other inijuulanl jilaefs. Over oiu'h&tt' the counties in Ohio are traversed liy .the I'ennsj Jvaniii lines, tlie comity seataot marly al! of tü; iti iiein lo'at'l tiiert -on. They alsi Lr.uerci forty eoutitits f Indiana, toiu-ijiug at county scats. 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K'U'LMtre cl:ei'U, and fiirtlar inforinatioi, u i'.iMliiif the runüiiiir f trains apply to hlj . ' i t f t Le l üljsy 1 v;, ji ia i ilt s . VAN 1 1 A 1. 1 A 1.1 N K TIME TABLE. Iii l-;nv-.-t .lüii' io. is,.-,. 1 r;u;is iave I'lyii Iii km: 1 II K N 1 11. ! X. i:. Sun l.':14 i. - K.Si:ii 7;:i4 ;t. " 'A. Sun lD:OS p. Iii. tor St. Jusej.h. 11!. 111. South linl. ni l n. roi: 'nit: No. ."1, Kx. Sun.... .':.:) a. in. for Terre Haute .Vi. Kx. Sun l'':"ii i. id. " 57. K.. Sun . . . 7:.'7 i. in. " I.oansjiort. For coni.l-tf Tin; r.tr.l. ivin all trains ainl stations, and tor lull inioniiation as to raws tliloii)-'h -ais. et-.. a!ili ss 1 . A. JMIWXS. Air lit. I lviüoutli. Ind. Or A. FOi;i. lit nt ral I'assi'Ur Ajrent St. Louis. Mo. LKE Kill K A M WI1 IMS. kth r.oi'M ti: i.s. 12:03 p. 111. Daily xcej-t Sun.lav C:Tt . in. " " " -UL IU ltd! .Ml TKAINS. 9: Is a. in. Daily cit S in!ay. I'AKi p. in. .iM-a"l. daily rxi-cpt Sunday. .":4j p. in. Daily t-wpt Mindly. ('. K. IU'(iMKS. A'.'eiit. . too 1 1 Ketriihir I'.issj iit Train mtvIc oiwrat'.! l e 1 twet-n Stn ;itor 111., and South iVud. Ind. 1.1? I jaiit lu-w ijuipii:;fit and fat tiiiit. j V-st hound train Nn 1 h acs South I'.i iid :tt ! 7:!ua. in., arrivini: at strcati r al 1 1 :." a. iu. j Kat hound train No ' l-av's stn ator at r.: !.', a in., arrh iii at soutli IVnd 1 1 : 1."". a. in. Follow ing freight trains will i arry pasM iu-i-rs. t I'o'.jnd. N'os. 7 imuI s from ai! stations. No l. hetwern Sot.ih la nd and Noilli .ludson. Last hound. Nos. a ut u in-i wren ati -lalioii. .s r." from KaukaKu" to Sficlhy and Whoatland No II from sirvatrr, Dwit:ht' an. I Kankakc t. MollK'lK'O. i I ÜAI.NS I.KWK w Ai.u i iiN Ks f r.oi m No. t. Mail and Impress. No. '. I ,oal. Xo. 1 i, Frri'ht. 7:11 a in M a n. 7 :V" p ii WKST l'.i.f.M. N", if. Mailand Kx press. - !(::. an No. lo. Local. ..... ;4:;,s p j. Train-. N'. I. 7. t ; and I daily. Train f. and in daily except Sumla; Tickets,. n he had foi all priiK-inal points. 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