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THE TRAILERS.
By Itsrry Robinson Wright,
By Itsrry
It IV \TE I'AMli: CM, 1- III y1 ■
,f hi« shiydt, II,
4* -i
1 hr »t»p«
P
' 8 « li« d u
little,
out
A
I»'»» tll< f.
if)
Î- 4
cred He in
Mio «nddle rack, c nd tbro
li the famiilnr Imrdeti <•* * r ».» • *i -.i
der, «tagger« d uu<l« r :t » w« U,it «»ut
tJl«* plf k< t III.»*.
"Pretty «•Lilly 1 r -• I Ar / •
Mac ?" be
tied Diik
feed.
ay b
W
d to the
entry, n« !»»• tin
I d
<J the Ji
I
nntcrcil •
tiro
if Ik
the cook hon
I »U III ft
A ro.i
»Hill
in.
«I tin rt cup
«Inh« of I,, », 1 f'<1 1 I
•id.
An he
te.
lu» In • I;m
d to
i
pi..
"III
:« holy 1«
In
Ain't HT' he
«bn!
"Her«» v
non four c
tiff thli
wutvr hole
tr"*»p every dny
them grave» w
It»*«» h r alive.
et Y I
lid rhi
Why
in't f I
r'd
leron
I
mv knows. !
give hint tip I
d kill h
th«
fur «
to 11»«* p" t an* tli pi tnt
ib k of I»«
' That's U!**
bfiel
and
d I«
*'Y
f«*
1er« r»

»* I'm g-.i
U'liet •
t
do yo
onion*? Am !
kin sn \ 'l.ft then* !»*• t'it«
on* th«*re Ihi * lu- ti«* « h t vour -<• If "
The cook
to ff»*t t n t er« an*
them fellers Mint
of
•*p<
« rul«*r of the catnp
Damer fled. As lie rlnehed up
h(»r*« ti«* ven!«'«l til« tin< , xp»*mled ein*igy
on the Intiffo «trap. A simp »»f teeth j
t • -1 ' : k, i ' 1 I« » < ! î I
tin* limit. With n "Wh >.\ I » i• L. dim* ■
tits
ye'!" he «Up|u*»l (In lit III tl«.* I,• » r *
mouth, and bttckl*'*! ib** tbi*>it lat h
He
he l«H)kc*1 t
» « Mrtriduc ill ill* • ! *. * nit*-? *»f 1r- sj
, closed the tireech Mock
bis
Then
placed
carbl
the bam
tlie e
safety, and slipped j I
e spun
and let the |
empty chamber
•r nt
« In Its hoot
hli
cylinder of Ills **l\ *h»»*dei
I î ni tu et* r«-i on tli
11 1* mounted : and. • * lo* hi «
irthy ttkiur*** app- Mird In 1l ••
darkm*
• ml ' <
k
f*«r It
is i curing day hr»«
and stood by h > ~ i « I *•
Ind It
Idm on Ids t w
■very chaiic* 1
l*bi*y
«•oilts who n * r «* t > a
ere the
i
V tlVc tulle '.cat h f •
trail of the ho l .,«
Apnelit*«
"f 1
, for
►!-'' ««»»hUv r
«long I'll inert >
The Indians slipped au. \ a<* f»nin• « f 1 Y«*u
IrcW up his reins A till touched his hors** I
(1 troop, with
In* rode; past the
here Ids comrades had been ,
Vpaclie baud, a abort not
nth ago, and on beyond tlie «uticr « tip
killed
at th** bill "
W\
f««r
witlk Mn« Kpur
Mielr Blldcy tents,
gm»
killnl br Mie
h
tent.
* The gray of monilng 1n*l hc'uht«»n»**l
The walls ,*f Mnutlalotlpe Tnnon
the
now.
>f nature on
mingled
Fib*» of
Murwcd the spb'ttdld nit
VBher aid«». Titian brou/.**«
on of the field«,
nfteimnü)
}vlth the gt
drift wood the
cut
nnd,
*,1. ns they | other
of clou*!
mnd*» th«* «*, ttlng f«»r a per«p**c*
chaos.
bursts
live of gr**nt mural design« it»
needing only some master ban«» to ar
Birds twitterr
rsnge them.
less
br.'.ikfasts
i Damer.
tied a pipeful of tobac* «* fr
soiumI plug and light**«! his pipe | ,«,\st
q, ¥UI pi» horse win climbing tlu* |
«ought prccar • u*«
It. wlrl
a * nil PM o
H
cl!
»ea
fanon'* «lue
He dismounted, n* he r«aeh< *1 tl
sia* k In the clltob | l,,m
assertod h!«
take up tl
top. t*
The «un Just then
A flank of 1 ght f r °i
f »II
tWlt
tin* c:t
in**nndcsci'iit t '
vnrd. J
k \
b* nmlng
kite fii«' fr«'i'
*st- I no
• vim *>f
ik*» mi Auror
the edge of th»* mt'UUb ins * 1 '* 11 •»
lug forth ot th«* gl«*ty ol amuuei d«> |
—and the Min «*f Ar.r.ona I,.id b'**'
scorching and parching
of
once more its
of furnished plain and Id. aching umun
tain.
v the dally miracle
Damer never
*. he was
nt ring \ig*'r«uisl\
riled himself after the
airy horses
f the du oh.
* Mettled tlie
J,lt»l !1"
ho s
\. ell e'ttl 'i c
at l>iek. "
manner of
to resist the tightening
A few punches In the rtl
pick assumed normal prop«
matter.
of habit that
at
It wa* force
Dons
caused him to play tli»* tri«*k
» saddle meant disaster
» prairie
Me kiic
A
that a lo
gulloiv—a sudden shy fr*
dog holo-tlia crash of the trooper ««
saddle and man slipped under lus helix .
nnd Dick would h
before he could have stopped himself
•ttled
«* killest Ms master
ung Into the «add!?»
f. let the hr .«I '•* reins fall loos«
trull.
I «amer
Dim
,ui(! start.-«« *l"its thr
cibI.T ln>r»r wU!«'
nnd out.
ell
Uttled 111
birr of a rattlesnake
Fran ie dogs chat
IJxxards
'1 lie
crackled sharply,
terod: and the little
ftxn-' legutnl !»n«! soh niii.
Is hat blinking.
j
W t,. I l!" Villi IIIKH
"ltlitu* you!
nr tti«* fHiml »t «'»f'lrtivo.
Itli thr i
tli ^
It
tlon for hts im
jut t!ic startl««l ■
half
C AS
tro 'l r s ;ift
mul'itour,
tbi ut a« '
out. In tl
A C!
r.a'
t :
ictj
ddier,
1,0
pl.t.'l'.IIK
. «hows t!'.«' r«pu
nhy ho:
if hi*
1 lid III
scout
t«.*. for the
r iti -c for an
der
t,Hither, the l .dian mv
Tlie r ' r hud beet:
hit? man.
But the «tuaUlve nostrils
rere alive to the
TU?
Of 8
nodding
of the horse
wTiitf m the pa i eh ing air
laintest
nervous !
Shy of tlie horse brought Darner s
train'll eyes to the cause for no army j
aside save (or same good j
Darner saw « «mall beating down of i
the hushes, tlie faint impression of tin
Shod hoofs, and the rooting op of earth !
tlifit eiidi icd ••J 1 .t,. t
Itme'ln 1 ^ 1 mhi.l^e'e G.4n.mo and
tt7l-nd lud again cut the trail for !
One of the Indian scouts bid '.
horse turns
reason.
kJell.-O
Robinson Wright,
■ -,
II, „
ven! cd the n
ii«*r (rum
* «tniictle
The |<
-at India
htiflhcB.
if) ft)
Ijiddeu, ready
»etray
The
1»;
mer «bon Id It
ad noticed th
fact
hi
.riff trail.
I *.t ui« r flfffit» ■
'd
n
rein
id,
loud, «nd ruin
I »)•
W
the >i
A ffl
<1 left,
«.f tin < r )
lo the U«
I »muer
anted
A « h<
Ilcnioi
Ippcd thn tintt«i

I 111 I.
ide
Itli til«
r of h
and
in th
with
appi
t<
I Tic* I
\ fnIt*
n tti
t had
before
l)inii«
till»*.! the bur.7n
I
would hn ve gal
Hut the soldier
etnlmi«.
not I,
dully
I
"Mellon, Prettj * Where
"Big Head
Mcbbe not In to »!i
IHtf Head
II i.
lown Mint
Hn w deer.**
•n*. you trot a bond
. ling around on 11>
V
"All right th
T? . In-linn s
of his fn
and
lit »boilt
id vnneed ngi
ured,
j brought «1
î ■
■ ih<* bridb m
Di
r sunk both rf»w«<
freiixled J
to the trailer h
n Mo* butt of I
«Ide.
As the
the I
liorso curried hii
pistol I
•tty'« head.
A Jerk of
ding, and.
n-lff dl
•ft, I'rett)
hands
hliut Itltn.
\* Fret tv w ns n«
sj
d to hti
feet, he
rrlniied
primitive man had m -• i
of four years of ci
t, and long inlngling n I
(mil
n. Darnel
I
The
him
•ted
j I »esplt
| ent environment, tt
I- J
the differ
lin.l coiTu
hack to bi«
BllnWt l.ll till
irtlil*'«
ill
' < nut «mile:
( «
"You bet?
people hut not
They stnrted on the I ick tin 1 !.
ï • « r v » '
ilcd a heap of ,
I 'll« b Du.11, V." I
lor ii-c and |
i
«•r.* lay In;
X 011
Do on, b :»«t you!"
I'mty maile a squall - m« ,f pp'test
j and
It'll m««an ham: ng ,*fT
1 ""
for b it : In' Injmi.
__ 1
U ! .'I'« 11,7. .' .IT r-y
Y«*u 1 «n*
not yo
tip
killed
j*
rt
•-••If i be
f««r you, it I kill you
Her**'»
Trail dine*
•cred
It reads:
bn* of 'em and It's
e the
h
Injun*
h*»n* **t ntioutfh
tw
give
You kill I mi. and j'ou'd have
T• » ii show 111*«
hat
No«
i*ve don«« with him.**
Indian mid soldier slowly traveled
the hack tra !
"Now then Pretty: here w< are"
er dismounted. iintb*d his lariat.
Dm
cut the »: nps from the Indian's hands, i
nnd, leveliug hi* forp five, addcul: "(•«» «
about! Brin.: him out*
"No monkeyin'! You know me* An
other n «» e Ilk« tl.at. an' there'll be one
*>veminent bei
sit of mesqnlto
had halted Pretty had
ng. stealthy glance at
• u In ther the chance of n
sudden bolt would avail.
Jl it in the gray eyea that __
juarelv !n th*» face, and a nervous v,
less Injun to
There \>as a little bi
where th»*\
,«,\st a « »
Darner, to
, I
N«»! Th*
l,,m **
.,1 i
k*
a g!
it.%
ith the :
hich.
tWlt l » of tl
ps
«•arclev-« West* ' h aietb' l of han«IUiu:
h'm t*> change his mind |
r b id the snapshot habit [
I
, »
J Uolta, « ni»'*s'
I'll** ►
I no lockl
| tnk«*n. >«»i. '
Mn* sights.
nin
lane«*, the ugly |
,'rlMir nil pnrt. !
*r«'ttv
? ■
y«»U
lo be
ie time
of your anatomy at
noted tl»«* signs shrewdly.
Indian, he parted
: ot
Like a
the hushea and
g!id*d away from the trail.
There had not boon much of a «trug ;
from the butt
tard hi
while tilg Head
nie- n «low
d of a l ltle

l ft hi ml! ng of
niutniiiff the trail, a s'
liands and feet, and the dragging of
it!» Ihm! y into tlu* bushes There he lax
now, *1**.*»*!
upturncii to
th** boating sun. mouth agape, eyes
distended, and bloody mark« wlier*» the
cruel thongs had cut hi*» flesh. Fretty.
at the body » side. h.*gan « protest
•'l'amer, I not kill hit
What the matter. I not know "
Ills face xx
1 only hit.
B, »«»m u mag
Pick him up.
"KilUvl him*« If. *1»
clan be must have been'
m. amt drag hid)
We'H t :ik «• lern In; • p
it t" lii.k
my
■tth
Fust rate evidence he U.
"You heap dog! ' gritted Pretty,
llate the bitter n.alcxoleine , f a
glared out of I
I
refined in cruelty
me*
j the Indian s eye#.
' Yep'" and the si
htxoter
>(> of
tlio II
.">,Mt i 1 O
Itti -.'ally u|, Ht«! ooo i
•• Yim» :**
i rl
^ Prrttr'« boilj
TU I"' »los; ti"
Alt«* )
,n -•alt".' m"H« 1 if } on ilon t mv,'e
t : "Mo heap .1
ek
— 1
«. (
n
npprd outwnri f**'m
Winch
1'hc command s
■x teeth Ilk«* the «'rack «xf
In its harsh abrupti-*
the dominance of th
t'-r.
lie had
nt' n
Tin* '
unered lii* pe.*p e year* ago
Stooped
t bis ;
With i
> • 11 li" lent" d ha* k« a:.! slirlek i.g t *
India
er
! hands arotunl Big Head « body
s
j tlie soldier:
j
quick!" 1
of i A ctxUl dance of irquirr c *«rt«M fr*>m
Darner's e> ,-a a« ue l"eke.l. first at tin*
! body of tl e divul man. and then at
t The Indian's hand was franti'a'ly
clutching' ât ht. 'knife sheath The
for ! soldier had not forgotten the knife
bid '. when he took Pretty « rifle from btm.
k'
Knife.
pronto'.
I*.
! W- «! r t»l«d* f.t !b«» II»
. • •! . • -I ■ * - Al: À
j*
rr»of:W*-jr
* It ■; I!' if! O'lt h**. *1 > t;..
>11 tfi
*
l/'mk"
iT-ttj * i-j.:.
an
»V*
■ - u p.n J*r k
on thr* f»n!m ««1
c
»U»nt on lo'li a|»ar'
YÀ,
wbll«* I». *far«l t '.
i*»nak<* ^
,{ t»l<
A
I
wd.
in bun I ;• I
if 4» • *j fr»
p
<
iati ft Iwnrt.
"Her#!**
b
I*s
ifici m
.1 to frei
ich at
l*r
h<
Pit
itr h
Midi«
>tr f«
.f
n
Mi
be front
fid cold.
L
•f
laid
man
A Ire a
tb
Th
tv
fr

i*e f«,r 11:
A
a tup
swift
rlid th
Pretty
! •
of the
nlse'ei
enge
had partly tnr
udftil «IgL
»ring rreti
l»!«*d to t
I
hand.
k
•m li
A
» Ind
with his knife, the s»»l
ick, n
n* struggling for life, t
double denth. With the trnined mux.
es of n denn fron I tor life,
«> I nd I
1 >nn
•r
i«!('d the knlYe tlirnst«
thrice;
ion he fdt the cold steel grub
a glancing blow.
There trust be
rantic effort lie mat
hlch held the knife,
ght for Pretty's throat
ew that his only hope for lffe Iny
quick tie«« of the poison's work.
out ngalnst the Inst
gainst
the
I h
But
no next.
next
I With a f
«e the
need t«
id
Me
n t!
lie hold
easy of death?
< »ver th
;i«l body of IV ; Ilcn-l tl v
J rolled,
of the rnttlesnal
Ing him In the face with the mangled
it the bloody lieadle«» bo
I'rett
hand.
rover* «1 with b!o,»d n
*1 slowly weak
( « ning fr*
hl
»und. th
»f
tensity
,
I
• Mobiler')
With n
rast»
nddcii Jerk. Pretty tore hit nnn
hack f«*r the full stroke
| l,< glcrcit In Damer 's fa« «*. the soldier
fr«-*«
mid dre
As
,
l.'r
ctoi
•d hi« eyes.

sudden gasp, n might?
vnl *»f thy bodx. uud_ Dutpqr wi
»r arose
and looked down at the trag***1y, far
,*fT In the blue sky, the buzzard*
1 m>h
»*w
f»S
mhl
be »een coming to their f«*:rd
( >utlug
th,*
Mjp
S
«
set
That music tend# t»> stop l»lc**dlnc
minds is the singular ohaerva*
from
lion of an army surgeon.
v, ' r > v h\oly.
A Viennese naturalist declare« that
marly all reptiles that die from natural
*«s cloyc their lives between night
fall and midnight,
midnight
botw ecu
il\ a f*"
nd morning.
A «glass «cake, reporte«! by nn Fngi'sn
nahtrall«:. nte i small frog on June 11
After Mils it refused all food,
1 health, nnd often
;il about \ week before
tiktt
to
hut appeared In g*
ti
it.% «b ath, on February
:
|
[
type *>f telnntogmph oi
I Isaac nml Membret. French engineers.
» , lu«b - a «lesk transmitter, ou wh:«*li
ritinç Is done with an ordinary
in apparatus *t the other
riting on n roil
The ne'
| toe
! I"*-»' 11 - nl "'
eml reproducing the
: ot paper.
M T.oewy d r«'* (or of :he Pari* Ob
servatory, und M. Pulseux. In i
mil n ica Mon to the Acad
'«*». holds that the solldiflcatitm of
th«* surface to
;
eo tu
d
moon extend* fr
the * »mtr«*, and not. :in the English s,*i
cnti'it* think, from the centre to til*'
• '
pertphery
An example of the immense Increase
er of modern marine lights
iu the p
in furnlshtMl by the nexx* «Mptipuieiit of
the St. Catherine lighthouse
ast of the Isle of Wight,
lias a power of EYOOO.OOO candi* s, a**
.tvralust the "..IHH'.**"»' candi? power
the
It
nth
the light that it replaces.
Psv«-hi'li>Rlc«l trst. of at tout lor Slid
ilonl.t tii'on tu' st
I
ary tend to th
*f the ex deuce ofi r»*«! in law courts
i • ■ < •
a v, ries rc« *nt experimei
Dr. I. W
I 11 «XII
I at the V'li x
stern e\ai r \
twenty tour pup; -
s<* ** in reference to
hieb ad
from V
>m in
li .'iRtit '! IJ t> hr for
.onorrclr ^
lirthrr thr
locality - a Ic
hat* liccn ass
Hilt! Hsk'Ml ten qurst
the mtuT
nib!'
r of w
er barrisl, the ex tonal nr j
tilt!
«. ( raocomcut
n xvhcîhcr there xx
do r i
, Iu the ansxvt r**
ras found to bo
1 a<H*\iracy
for tv four and 10U per
th#
entra ua"?
v ;l :ty other d*vxr. th*
of
number
•nr fifth statement
«e. even under oath t
' '
; f
i v
*
ring betweei
cent.
SWkini «hr I« X»nrt»)ftT.
Owing to Mie abnormal rise of th**
1 river near Maiulalay. crosolng of vehl*
| v • r> i^twcen tl*»- main hr:«» ami the Mu
valley Kaliv ay lias ten teuiiwcanof
at su *,,eiHl.*d.—Lah re Tr.l une.
The assistant of a E«*n«!fxu dentist
ft,tied the wrong tooth Do»« l"
tient , law. and a cow has ordere
I the dentist to pay the s»C
:r «SL
%
!*
****
1 D fo
I*.
¥
1 Stories of the :
i Moment. :
j*
\# /
♦s
assing
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•* %
a
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:¥ & *r4-.*#4* ■¥
•r -F4* ■*'
1 f t i ri
r*Uii.i K* d v 'll
prT I, A S' IK I. IN i'll
A cle
«dli-f li
.*\ iiian
-.f a tilfT. rrft
►wtlon of
«iflBi «* an
> of to* »I»* *
con- I
»• *1«
c
ap«
mnt to 8
pportittK
«|tic«!k>n
and had been
T
uiid- 1
ot uv.rl
•ipt bad l»eeu
a
be .
p
wftjMper
the n»*xt day
lit oil.
th * ti- • p* 11 "■ 1
«ter at the
in tyti

mlu
*-llti,r.
at such a
iut 1 am iu „-rent
I
-I<!;•-1 I
day 1 I
you
t est) I do for
I'l
fur
lu t
Dn
d In ti
.
»vniAü.s:
node
LAM
■till
Km y not b
L tu
|i
of th«
»t«
the
[o«**f/ ladies' lii* «•
m
may
lin :U i
•d Em
need t«
Ki
rt 1« the r«SU
r«r t!
i.no<
aduffl
II Im
»11 preys lied l**«t *
ve ti
• • r<
*<1 l<
»II v
u !
I
cut," the
id draper Is devot
lit to
Iff West
•Adi
i I:
hi« In
York 1
OP.S(?f.ETi:.
j
WAX DOLM
««n Ford tdl
of n little girl «»f
•onstuntiy car* j
c wax doll that |
h
iun in
v**n In
ihout with her
ole! unin had jji Vp d In the house
• eiitly thee i-lhHc girl tielongs
hich the Duriug the uft«*r*
Interesting event
rled
î
elevated I
. v ;i!«l
hold lei
m other youtigst'U
noon follow
%ml chanced f r «*L
li. » **n«*«-imur h.s li;
li*
at ui.
itliout her
ax doll he |
e." «aid be
Mr.
tie friend on the »I
observed flint ulc
usual etunpanlon, tj
!..
I
Wher«*iipon the I
an un \I
1
\ M
at our house, and til
ttu«*."
>e big
M.i
»nr
I tie one
lilted angle,
any use for
I
w
IX
her
mu
n up ad my ;
!
t ta
i. THAT MILK,
i-,l Kn» llsli j
I
A CHEAT row (ï
Ar Wilfrid I
ice reform
ie of the ini
-;ro-u prohibition!»
•r by a
(in rNpeelnlly f]
of "crthrjwr nr.
(lie not
tell«* of
u;i \ or i
1|K> «J
•ns. ni
t««
I
t<
Invited I
i\ ho TV
in j
ring uiay*
-♦-fusion, amlfl
tiaiiL.
T niayor I
, v , ». ;
ni*J|*«d none «*f lus teetotal ideas. It .
4 , ,, ,, . . _ t 1
hnlpfttcd, h*/vvever that the host » but- »
l.'r 1"„* 1.1 t It fn Hilly'« s.-im - a
FillitiK a tnmhlw
side- *
t
t
t.
g*»*d deal of a w
fraui a bowl «»f milk punch on ihn
arnlug at
The
VltllOllt
hoard, he set it
th,* prohlbitionl»t'» ell
Mjp guest took a long pull nt
«opposed t** I*» Ins favorite beverage,
n his tumbler and exclal
i
, (l
,
i
j
i
I
!
in
hat he
set do
with pious fe
grout cow gave thsrf milk."
1/ord. but it w J» a :
•*>r
EYFRYTIUNG CANNED.
A missionary ldaliop of the Fpi
be habit of in*«ro
Eskimo« many i
pal elnm li was in t
during among the
things to amuse them, in order to gain ;
to his preaching. But |
their att**ntl«'
j
sons of the arctic regions v. «q-*»
i«»hI br the white man's» camml
I
kmpre
more than by anything el
brought
he
Om» «1 iy the bishop decided j
sprlng a genuine surprise on the ;
it li him H talking !
to
natlv« 1 «. I!*» line
machine, with rt
ord* In the Eskimo I
tongue. Tie gatl cr»**l Iiis charges nil
ti round him j m t * Utile mtM*t tug hon<e. 1
inch! ne. Everybody |
At Inst a «unie broke out I
nnd »tnrtcd th»»
1
lie *ai«l in glee .
as puzzled,
upon the face of
'•Canned
hit.* tuan
,
IF. A RED THE WORST.
Frida> Ylier. a familiar negro about |
hi a certain part of Mississippi,
a i
tow
had been found dead, ami he being
>f no church or hsltte
very
■mber
unusual for a n.'gT" -there
pray for ht« soul in the great br
A few old iutimates, however.
no one '
ti
yotul.
carriext the b*>«Iy to the
rude pine c«»ftin. «ml Boh M*'Ruven,
*»f the numlxT. an obi "hefo'-de-wah
!
•metery in « !
one !
wa* «*n I« d upon fl * « •
remarks. Bob reiuovetl his hat ami
stepped reverently and sadly toward j
the open grave, and in solemn, funer
eal tone« »aid:
darkey."
I
Yixor. you is gone
bar we spectf you |
Friday
hop « you is gone
{ Lippincott'« Magazine.
NOT SVMI'ATIin'l
In the schxKx'.s * f a Connecti ut town
n ea sures wer# rec«*nt!y taken to t«st
. As the doctor
! * ,*li Mr* ' e> •" -
t Mu d cn. h scho he gave the prie
cipal a list of the pupils
nested
ho
;t»'tit »P. hi«! nNiuifttotl 1 im to
to that rf
. to I i>
Uto* t y tyrouRht In*,
r tins note fro
the principal'.:
It 1" en.es toy
i> ir Sr
■ ' * )0 •' 'i
l'be ne
j
•e iifort.i you 1 1- .i t your son she
.,i ■ atioi.s of astittnmt «tu.
'
i dc* ,*!
and hl» ci
h-udod t-»
ith out delay
the father «"tt tfc ■ foilw i'tg
e Rtdierous
roil lrrussi -,g tuistak «.
Party
where tin* lady seated »ext to h m
tried to help b m al ag Ri ootiversa
As tlie fruit was being passed
«1 .iskisl ! n: ' De ou ::ke bsuanas'*"
No." *.i d the <* . gatitietnau. with a
look of miid surf rise* ''The fad Is."
\\ h'.p evil Of U
"Dear Si.
er:
NO BA.IAMVS FOR HIM.
cti
- Chamber!*:in. «*f
ofln
•nt. tel.s of an old friend ni l. h
OI fils de.ifnesa. makes
eall
1 at times
I! eiu,\ ill* was at a din
non
I
1
I
I
1
d
t
,-l\iil ti|
' Absurd' It len \
y sre prneti
Si-e catalogue.1
& *r4-.*#4* ■¥
he îMÎ<j<-i in :i eo::fi<l<*Dtfal ton«* rairh
t* l.»*nr<l in the next rooui **I
o r»i<l-fji«hion< «I aigiit-ibiij 1»
1 <•!.» Mijrh for me "
could
atni ti.
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rriŒLY COM MERCI AL. i
A prominent N»»w York manner.
tur«*r of r porting ^-»od^ ba^ a daupri»r
durlna a r**rcnt trtp abro$| v
pr«*^nted at
After du«* Um
1 who,
made
royal
effort to b
irt of Italy.
Im* vs* refund admittanc
ration. B
tIi»* ground that N*r father
<■
i ;ibl"»l at to h
• handi«e.
father, and the next day n
r reply:
At th** price, t'
fi
udilng
cany given
I Th** court Attendant stretched a poir
I ami pn*««nted her «« the daughter
Pint.
-
great philanth
A BIBLICAL JOKE.
.
A Chicago minister n«»crt* tlt.it
ni**« the most common
an lg n<
elation.
Dent of
ant person al
Oii<after a
fact comes to
most as a rev
rd
Thursday t
cr remsined behind to thank him, and
. a worship
•ninff addi
Ive me «omething
i new to think nUtut, and. until I hr
g. I th«
rrah were man
iff ht
that
ami
au t
moi
id
told Br the tongue.
*
ti
of i .in
«■'♦•r 1 nd inited hj tlip Or
» ..
When a doctor look
tongue he 1
about the
of his dig,
accurately, If he la a r
dlmioaltion.
at a patient s
ds out a good many things
patient other than the state
H
estima
t»n.
s pretty
e doctor» bis
J or Instance, n m.in who talks well
puts out his tongue
a uinnuer entire
I y differ. «nt fr«»m that r.fTectcd by the
1 1 1 vely
«1„.
lient
The
nnn.
j qiient tongue incline« to the right side
the reticent tongue to the
«tors, debaters and suc
and hiw\ •r a have a
.*r the moti.h
j left,
| cesMful preach
right-sided tongue. wher«*n
Moat
Persons
litlon I«
rkod by
«•ui
Parities,
• riti i- iiics and selflshm ss
The tongue Mint shoot« out «traf ght
Itliout turning or wavering Indicate«
of widows and orphan« and
n«titutlons 1« likely to be safe
Ids hands, and if he live» long
otiffh he will eventually enjoy a fair
I competency uf hl» own.
Tongues that turn up when under the
eye Indicate .tii impractical i
nature. Their owners have little sense
are left-sided.
a solid, reliable mau of affairs,
property
| public I
Tli
doc: or' «
mop. They an*
ui um*n, and contract.
; of the valu«'
! dr amer« and ref«
debts
of
hich tJi
mom they have
be u trying to reform are frequently
j oiU**d 'it"'» to pay.
Then tbers is the melancholy or pessi-1
I mistic tongue. That lias the down
i
I wnnl
and general bad luck reveal* his nn
A rnn
horn to poverty
fortunate state by the hopeless drop
tongu»*. AI«*«», there is the
I rrxu ^ tongue. It rtatt»*m- and broau*«
; when extended. Pliysh iatis who have
. , . , ,, . .. .
1 pn^T Inn I for the world s fatuous
» , , .. . .
«.™"' < »•*;-; «*r,ty no A*.
« h '' Ir Pntlont« tomnmn. but
* they had they would undoubtedly
have given to every despot a tongue I
i »f the flounder type.
1*lie tongue whose edges cnrl up be
longs to the artistic temperament
j(Jnalltles that c*in»ni<iiiplnce person« are
, w*mt to «peak of iu tone« of reverence
i -»'motionalism. sentiment. Imagination
j «'»f 8 high order. lie wrapped lip In that
i curling tongue. Unfortunately, Jeal
I «rmsy and a certain degree of mlaerll
! ness lurk there, too. so it I« Just a« well
to handle that kind of a tongue with
:
i
;
|
,
car« 1 .
Person«
vho Tore life and
des
j fin«Ml t«> cling to it for many years close
their teeth down tight over the extend
I ed tongu« 1 .
Everybody is acquainted with the
j man p, whom neither Iiis own nor any
; |, |V | V secret« are sacred,
!
By his
tongue may he also be known. Tt pro
I
tnules further, when under examina*
ti«>n. than any other tongue. Tt is a
1 ■; -;ed by very nerv*>us peo
|
I
pie. by the chatterers, by the super
Opposed to that Is the short
1 distance tongue. It I« a tongue that
. ; s both a pleasure nn«l a torment to the
It annoys him because it can
not be coax«*,! out far enough to enable
, doctor.
| him to make a thorough examination,
but It pleases because it usually be
a i longs to the chronic invalid anti adds
tor's bank ao
mon» dollars to the d
i'onnt I linn nil other kindf of tongues
'
put together. New York Tress.
'
T1»l« Flrphnnt n Thief.
A. daring theft coni mitt "d by one
! the elephant» at the Zoological Man'
has been reported to the aulhuriL
« !
!
>avs the London Express,
, ,
j ^
'nteh'mr the ir|.
vas
nhlenlv exteudeiJ its tr.t k.
- *ized hold of a chatelaine bag sli#
I carrying, and swallowed It.
The content* of the bag included:
was
|
A purse.
Three sovereigns.
A quantity of silver.
Pair of Mcisoors.
Knife.
Pocket handkerchief.
As the bag entered tl'.e o' ' xt
mouth a two-shilling pi
he groffud. and when ni ke*l : t
found to be bitten nenrly in Y
till
as
to
i>
».tv.* Tn«., ,n Coml.
f Wnsbiir iq.
Ti e University
,
j
of coaL
toy
\e*: -ating the -
t*v ".lozens of milters"
j toad
'i »»t min - at Newt
«tu. i
«s f**und *xn tVtoi
. s, e.ttle. in a solid sfra «
Jhe surfiee.
' e a Tried to the siirf.es* ,ii
It is said t.. l
e been '
' j
i
[
The chairman of a j ,,j meet
«. ling in the North fn tK- urse of bia •
| s;«-wh said: "Our oif j, on ^ a f ,
m the cleverest and most t:'. scrupulous
| politicians in this «Ne ri. but. thank!
j goodness, gentlemen ;r , n , 1idate » g
| well able to beat : ., n jj is c- .„
a gr.Mtnd." The candsL^. u a » prfseut.
Is." i —I*ondou Punch.
:Uk> L et bel
It

d hours,
of unusual size.
cti- :
.
ZquallH, HI, g.,
HORSE DEALERS* FRAUD.
Methods Used by Coachmen to Ijv
create rt*eir Salaries.
The saUry of the average higb-cla««
•earn men no go fr**m $ilâ to $10*
a mo®Th, bat bis Income la a wideiy
different matter, Those in position
to judge would plaie the income oi
several coachmen at little less than
I IS, in mi per annum.
Tbo* is a slanting assertion. but (or
1 the servant of upper Fifth avenue
Tmedo and Newport connections it
is not an exaggeration in many cases
and it is rendered possible by a nun»,
her of things for which the well-un
derstood term graft" may stand as
I representative.
A certain handsome pony was
shown to a wealthy man, and he sent
his coathman to look at it The pres
mi J l.i and the bargain was closed
at that Bi'ire, the pony being sent to
the new -table, while the coachm; n 1
"dropped around" for his commission. |
He was olf'-red |'t5h, and thr> itened to I
have the animal returned as unsuita*
I unb -- he was given at.otuer litl
to make It an even thousand.
A rather sensational pair of hlgh
v ere sold in April. Ia03, iar
..'IT"" or approximately that amount.
irhrnin received |2ntH), stuck fur
mi - r t!i Hand and obtained that ai
•pp"»'«
The
a k>
In August both went amiss, they
sore, coughing and began
ten years in
Lb piace and of unimpeachable reputa
t ! (j) • • owner told him *o «ell them
They were sold
to
"ihy." The man bei 1
ver.
ant g« t a n«*w pair,
to t thl:d party,
torosd
repr -serting i lie
:i. f.r R 1 0. s-'iii -•> his faim.
ut, f.'il up coats h't grow, and
for
8« CUl ed
another pair were
on w! ich th** corcbman secured
$210". Th. foVowing spring of
one of s« wa- !v c. an ! sold 8 C fn
s
carable for $300, and from the brot -
er of th* th r ' pari> m«»ii t ioned above,
the original near-si«
chased for $2o
horse was pur
1, newly trim
m< «I. in g raii eon litlon, with a new
t. dippe
whin- star p • pin. from the base of
his mane. Ol this the coa hman
pock ted $2f" ne 1 th«' brother $5< k 0,
besides tii lame i.orse as a gift.
Up to five or six years ago this evil
did not exist to any extent The coac.i
a ud was satisfied.
man c.lways r* eivc-d his 10 percent
But the tremen
dous demand for horses during the
prosperity boom
*nt prices way up.
d r eme4y. On«-* I
It I« difficult t* - ffgos! -
very rich and exceedingly shrewd
financier tried bond lug his coachmaa.
This was a pity, ns it attract'd
brighter brain« to 'he problem, and tVe
succeeding coachman hied the fin
ander indirectly for over $17,600 in
three years, and there tfas not the
slightest proof of any money passing
This is only a m* re outline of the
situation, and the dealers are in de- |
i «pair
It is no fancy picture, no sen
BRtional story, but a plain statement
of tlm graft surrounding horse dealing j
of today —Outing.
j
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A Joke That Went Wrong.
The "hunch," which may be called
a premonition. Is a wonderful thing.
That It exists th**re is no doubt. Al
most everybody has 'hunches" now
and then, and they usually «ay they
"wo r i'wt.i»uL M hr, Clark, a traveling
I
cnTTy
In
ad a Tut ich" that an acci
"It wor
•♦•nt into the
when
dent wa« about to happen,
led me
smoker, three cars.!ahead.' said Clark
I dresse! and
the other night.-. "Fifteen minutes
later a broken rajl wrecked the train
and the »If**p« rf turned completely
over, injuring two dozen people. I
escaped without a bruise." A doctor
who live« tl the hotel smiled at this.
"1 had a <5*ieer 'hunch' once myself."
he said. "I was tn Denver and was
dark street
a 'hunch'
turn off the street or
walking ilong a very
»bout mifinight. Suddenly
told me t<
would be killed by a footpad. I pulled
I
my«**lf together ami «coifed at it.
Half a block further a man stepped
out of- an alley and ra'sefi an iron
pipe over my head Th** blow. I knew.
, won lcÿ kill me." What happened?"
asked Hark. "Why," replied the doc
tor. 'the 'hunch' 'made good.* The
pipe came down on my head and
kno* ked my brain« out." The doctor
slapped his sides and laughed hearti
ly. Clark was si 1 out a moment Then
he said "Well, doctor. I've often won
detn!
explains ft."
in the laugh that followed.—Kansas
City Star.
a
vrong with you. That
The doctor did not join
A Summer Tragedy.
I saw a tragedy today. It was en
ac'ed before mv horrified eves. Mur*
d er was committed and the victim,
perfectly unoffending, was suddenly
aid shamefully daslved from his home
into a gulf of death. Three assassin,
laughed with fiendish glee as they
niirked the success of their crime.
The victim was a robin redbreast
' H> was singing his heart ont in ecsta
sy from the top of a maple tree, as
Le air gun held in the hands of a
small boy sent its missile straight to
os destination. No more gongs from
that bonny bird. A monruing nestful
looking for him in vain. And the
boy and his companions will go home,
<at their sappers, say their prayers,
ar.d kill more birds when they can.
They açe little nn.isters did they but
know itT—Claire Ennis, in Christian
mtellUencer.
Why They Laughed.
This story is told of a nice old resi
dent of Brookline, Mas*., who last
week addressed a eins« of young wo
at an educational institution, and
m> n
wiio a.lvisei* üitai to go in iur th« act
Go out and do something
eNclalmcd: "he
Ive life.
, te something.
comb Ushers of men," and he w-on
j de red why the audience tiftered.
b
London'« Railway Stations.
In an address to the Society of
' Arts in l- 001,0,1 • Jan ' Hon - Rnb_
j ert P. PiWter said there would soon
i be 600 railway stations in London.
[ and that fron» llÜi.OOO.OfiO to
OfiO.OOO was now being spent there in
• electrifying roads and in the extra
f , *»on of tube*,
At Wellington, a little town ta the
g V esL of England of only 7000 inhaftlt
wtli no fewer than 5246 tramps bad
te be accommodated last year,
«
HER PROPERTY.
He hadn't any rt&; e«*a:-.
Yet the maid, »mgie-nanded.
Gbt busy ere It w|i too late—
And aoon she had. Mm landed.
— Ü»u-oit Tribuns,
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METHOD IN IT.
financier—1 have sever failed to
auceeed.
ft+enU—Oes!
that'«
__ I thoug'at
whmt you always tailnU lor!
band leader.
T'NREASONABi-E CRITICISM
First Heeler—They say *e sell our
voies to tbe highest id l der
SeconÉ Heeler—What d<' they ex
pect ti* to do—si II to die lowest!
NEVER REALLY TRIED IT.
Visitor—[toesu't it cost a gr«i.
<lea! to live in a city II]
Haggard
doe«. My docors never h.-.n
t-d me to live here. 1 merely exist
here.—Chicago Tribune.
e ihh.
Dy.-popiic—I s ippose it
alluA'
THE DIFFERENCE.
Wilkin«—You told me you
bought
and ih *re are no le** ti.an three -din
ones in your room, for I saw tiiati
never
ur L*.
silk umbrtlla iu
myself.
Bowser—I dii not say tV:.' other
folks never buy sl!k uni! rcba- — I'Qs*
ton Tramicrlpi.
STILL I.OVKS THE RIXT...
Mabel—So jnu have lirob u off the
enuagement? Have j'"U re JUu J U.s
ring'
Amy—Why, no! that wouldn't be
rewsonwble. Uf course. I have
changed my opiuion of George^,J#ut
I admire the 'ling as much a 5 ffver.
—Chicago Journal.
'4
TWO REASONS.
OMb r au—I thought you he
In love with her.
Jack Robinson—What made y°u
think so?
Oldbeau—Why, you're young gnd
«he'a pretty.—Harper's Bazar.
WHY IT FAILED. e
"He opened an Italian res niftr.t
I în Chicago, but it was a failure from
the start."
"The people didn't like spaghetti.
| Tom '
1
"Well, you see, its almost irapos- -
sibU to eat it with a kuift>."— ÄÜa
delphia Ledger.
THE AWKWARD vGE.
The Visitor—How oltf are you.
/tys I'm too
Ma
The Boy—Aw!
:ng to eat the thing 1 like, äh'
whui I don't get
y
j 1 m too old to
cry
j 'em.—Harper's Bazar.
OTHERWISE OCCUPIED.
' Johnny—Paw, whats an âUto c!a^e?
j Father—Sake* a Uv«, I duun#J, . I
ain't got time to keep up wit
these new-fangled
Louisville Courier-Journal.
all
motor
!*wed
It.
tiuest
stewed ciiickon and veal sttw.^and
now I can't tell whkdi is whicrfK/
Green Walter—There iaiTt an
ference, sir. 'lTiej're all uadi
uf the same kind of meat!—Uetjppit
Frve Press.
OT
Liff
it
i
IIIS AFFECTIONS SHIPWRECÏÏND.
"Nellie," spoke the youth, with au
air of confidence, "only say the
word and you and i will sail together
on the rough sea of life; bravelfe buf
feting iu wave«, triinmfeig our
io nicex the adverse winis that-****
"1^'ave me, Harry, leive mV] to"
terrupted the maiden,
who takes, me on that Jtxirney BM$st
offer me a first-class pa§6Äge on i*
steamer."—Seattle Fost-lttelllgq yoea
The nttn
UNIQUE.
"We're got a new dinner
150 piece«."
"We've got one of 150.000 S
"Why. 1 never heard of si
thing!"
"Neither did we till we gc
preset,t cook."—Houston Post.
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a
THANKS TO CASTRO,
"Did you ever a i
iance''" chuckled the '
U^ft.r\U-r.
replied the reading b
1er,
"No,
"but we will all see one Janci
5tr
ty Boon."
"Wbat ctwntrjr?"
"Venezuela. —Clik-a^o N.-* s
«y
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THE GREAT DIFFICULTY.
"Of course, sometime« its
say 'no.' Don't you And, tt
charity worker ««ted ot
man.
"It tsn.t hard to say 'no.' tt- replied,
"but frequently It seems «wy
to say it in sudh a way as to m a y
people realize that you mean it. w*
Philadelphia. Press *
T# »
rt. U 16
**»
HIS VIEWPOINT.
Harris—Money isn't everything in
üi!s world. I can tell yo# that, ay
boy.
Harrifi. Jr.—You think §o. dad, \&
cause you had to work for 'our m^o
If you were in my place, and
had money that you di*fii t have to
w«ar yourself out to get. you
wouldn't be ?o blamed cynical."—
Bo- .ou Transcript.
WORKS DOTH WAVS.
r\.t;en;—My grra'est trouble Is i#'
«'tt.nia doctor, i Can't g"t any »!«ef
at a!!. «
Iooctor—Oh. that s eat-i y '"liO-'Ued
Before rvciriag ioa.y your feet in he*
water.
Pa'Jent—But I don't thinV: the trou
ble is in my feet, doctor,
to 1 h- in- my fceari
DtKAor—Oh. we.l, soak your tag*—
Detroit Tribune.
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in
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LIMITED KNOWLEDGE.
Frcordin' ur iis paper.** *n!u
bouse Benjamtn "s teller's stutasdek
hes" got four cor,is." ^
"I dvtcno whether mine he* er not,*"
rejoined Patchv.ark Philander, "but
I'm dead wise ter de lack flat I
ain't got one whole coat f me knot"
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