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WOUNDS PROVE FAT'Pi.
Sk Petersburg.-M. Boiogispof,
minister of public Instruction, who,
while holding a reception February
rrth was shot by Peter Karpovich,
formerly a student at the University
of Moscow, died of his wounds.
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It~ . -
rdenville is preeminently a town
t.. for young men. There is always
al- money here for a hustler, lots of
in- chance for real estate Investments
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ish Greeavlle has more pretty gitls to
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ARABI PASHA'S EXILE.
The Elderly Leader May oo.a Returm to
"Egypt for the Egyptians" was the
slogan of Arabi PashA ii 1881, when
he led a rebellioti against the govern
ment of Egypt. It took the fleets of
two hations and the army of one
Wolseley's-to put down the revolt,
and Arabi was exiled to Ceylon for
life. Now it is announced the Khedive
on the forthcoming twenty-eighth an
niversary of his accession to power
will pardon Arabi, and permit him to
return to his native land. Arabi is
about 64 years old now, and though his
mother was an Egyptian he claims
descent in the male line from Husseyn,
the youngest son of Mahomit. He is,
therefore, of a family reputed holy by
the Egyptians. He entered the army
of the khedive as a private, and soon
rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel.
The pen is mightier than the sword
when it comes to signing checks.
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France produced 869,100 tons of sugar
last year and consumed 460,000 tons.
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Dogs in Hamburg are taxed according
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The population of New Meklc is 195,
310, an Increase of 27.2 per cea.
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A Spanish railway has ordered 520 cars
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Piso's Cure cannot be too highly keh
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There are 320,000 maid servants in Lon
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
What suffering frequently results
from a mother's ignorance; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter I
Tradition says "woman must sut
fer," and younng women are so taught.
There is alittle truth and a great deal
of ezggeration in this. It a young
woman sufers severely she needs
treatment, and her mother should m
that she get it.
Many mothers hesitate to take their a
datughtet to a physician for examinf
tiot; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. Pinkham and secure
the most efficient advice without a
charge. Mrs. Pinkham's address lq
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
She's good when she's gay, but she'_
tired of play,
Come, Mr. Dream-maker, sell me to
The loveliest dream n eyor shop:
My dear little lassie is weary of light.
Her lids are beginning to drop.
She's good when she's gay, but she's
a tired of play,
And the tear-drops will naughtily
usefu Mr Dream-makes, hasted I prtask
h M l little girl's going tb sleept tre
- --M. Peck, in,The Christiai IRegister:
A Novel Spider Collection.
A Belgian teacher of natural history
r givesthan a hccount of an experiment
s made by him to test the abilities of
children as collectors. The result
r was simply astounding. The teacher
D asked a boy to collect all the dtfferent
o kinds of spiders that he might see
Sduring his collecation that hmbles,
I The lad, who, evidently, did not
so hare the abeurd fear which most
prizersons have of these harmless and
F useful creatures, Worcepted the task
and with alarity, in tforhe hive, buld he
ingscoured the country tretlnd abt his
home fctric light spiders, goin albout three
miles in every direction.ne
He brought back to school more
than a hundred species, of which no
less than ten had never been sup
posed to exist ln Belgium, despite the
whicareful explorations of rofect dareekesr of
whiBrussels, who iotheruswere as a expoedto thet
or of spiders.
ligThe little collection that he made in
so remarkable a manner is a highly
prized addition to the cabinet of the
Why Bees Work in learknesi.
Bees go out all day gathering honey
and work all night in the hive, build
ing their Cofbs ths perfectly as if an
electrie light shone there all the time.
allowehy do they prefer to work in the
dark? is often asked. Every one
knows that honey fi a liquid with no
solid sugarh in it. After standing it
gradually arsumes a crystalline ap
pearance, or granulates, and bultimate
ly becomes a e solid mass.
Honey has been experimentally in
losed in well-corked flasks, some ofbt
which Were kept in perfect darkness,
while the rs were exposed to the
light. The result was that the portion
exposed to the light soon crystalized,
While that kept in the dark remained
ence, We see why the bees are such
careful to obscure the glass windows
which are placed n their much faves. The
existence of the young depends on
the liqidity of the up acn tharine food
presented to them, and if light were
allowed access to this, it would, in all
probability, prove fatal to the tresh breinmates
of the hive.
How* blneS Dflcks ' *in to Market.
Chinese farmers do not take theif
ducks to market in crates, but drive
them into the waters of the grand
canal and compel them to furnish their
OWn moti~e power, Usually the duck
"crop" of a whole district ibow brought
together and started toward to markdt vancing
charge of men in boats, and the sight
of several thousand birds swimming
in a compact mass along China's great
water road is a novel one a ndeed.
Julian Ralph, the traveler, met such a ut
brocessioi win dand. The bobbingmass of
ducks was several acres in extent, alid
went along at a pace much faster than
could be expected, being kept in for
mation by long bamboo poles with
palm leaves at the end. Suddenly sev
eral boats came up in the oPub-osite di
thrc smarden the other morning upon they were sal
main pathg swiftly before the fresh bridgeze d
Shere waseemed to be no way of prevent
emastherediff, whost, anrode along beside biherds
that were in the way were almost un-companionable sort of
sonallyder her bows i to remark casually that
it was a very ering of wingse mornd ing, or to ask
and widened until there was anything he canalould do or
main path which crossed thbridge to-bridge.
gethe war, and ccompanied bay came to thent
Chmastiff, who strode along besidre the heryoung
waygirl, lookevidently not ishin to her face occthea
turnally aboutsand gi to remback home."casually that
it waShe did not takne moher handsning, or to asko
i there was anythto POint the couldway, and shefor
heMarco looked at her .th his large
Theyes twohen lookssed across the Commonto
wagging his tail slowly asme though he
cawere of the dinking inhow very pleasant its,
neewould nobe t go go with me anyrest of arther, way.but
turFinally he turned go back to homer again."
herand wt a moveme pint the way, anhsd shand
eyespoke as she would toainly as thoughmall brother,
wordsin a pleasantly convmerom his mouth:e.
"Pleasero looket me go at her wittle urther, ithis large
eyes, then looked across the Commonrning"
wagging his tail slowly as thoppingh youhe
knowere thinking how very expleasant itng
thewould be to go the rest co werthe wahu-y.
and "withere'll be rowdsvement of peoplead and
eye shall not know what to do witugh theyou.
ut"Please let me go a little furthere's a good itel
lknow," and swered the girl, explainingsoon."
Without another wordif Marco turned hu
and walkedre'll back acrowds of people, andens.
Ie didshall not slink away, as some doyogsu.
leisurely go along now, ther hie's hea good in thel
alowr, anstopped a moment back soon the bridge
anto watchlked hack across the gardens.low
then trdid notted on toway, asrd Commonwealth dogs
avdo when sent back, but marched him
until he had disappeared beyond the 1
rates, then resumed his way, wonder
ing whether Darwin loved dogs or not
These Fire Little Tromeea.
And the next morning nurse put on 1
Roggle's new little trousers and I
Reggle's new little trousers: and, oh.,
but they did look funny-you can see
bow funny they looked,-thebse tiny
boys in their tiny trousers!
And you should have heard tt~ le
"Hal Ha!" sh. laghed. "O toe *
f-p~r mt blaek si~*l~q I~j Bi'
And Roggie did not like to heat
) nue laugh.
And Reggie did not like to have
And as soon as they had eaten their
bread and milk, as soon as they had
eatel their breakfast, they ran out on
the veranda where papa was reading
And What do you think their papa
did wtii8i ha R~w theni.
Why, he threw his paper high up
in the air and he laughed. "h! ha!
what little men are these? Come herd
and I'll put you both in my pocket!"
And he caught Roggle up in his arms
and pretended he was going to put
him in his pocket.
y And Roggie did not like to see his
father laugh, and Reggie did not like
to have his father laugh; and they
Wriggled and screamed and ran away
down the path to the garden where
isamthi Was watering her roses.
And what do you think mamma did
y when she saw them! Mamma didn't
t laugh. Oh. no. She put her little lace
handkerchief up to her eyes; and she
cried: "Oh, oh, where are my babies!
r Oh, oh, will they never come back
e And Roggle did not like to see his
mother cry, and Reggie did not like
to see his mother cry. So they took
holaof hands and toddled on down the
path. to the big silver poplar tree
k where dear Arabe!la and dear Aramin
e ta stood singing and swinging, both
Sii a swing together.
And Airbelli laughed, "Ha! ha! he!
he!" as she swung high up in the
And Araminta laughed, "Ha! ha! he!
he!" as she swung high up in the
And Roggie did not like to have
Arabella laugh, and Reggie did not
like to have Arminta laugh. And so
n they ran down the path as fast as
r they could go. On and on and on they
ran till they came on the little brook
in the little meadow.
And Roggie sat down on the bank
by the brook and cried.
"I want my dress on," he cried. "I
don't want these trousers."
And Reggie sat down on the bank
by the brook and cried.
"I want my dress on," he cried. "I
don't want these trousers."
And Roggie cried: "I'll throw them
away, I will! I'll throw these trousers
And Regige cried: "I'll throw them
away, I will! I'll throw these trousers
And those little rogues, they did!
They pulled off their new little trou
SrFers, and they threw them into the
And mamma came running down the
meadow path to find them. And, oh,
how she laughed when she saw them!
"Ha! ha!" she laughed. "Oh, you
dear little things! Have you thrown
your trousers away-'
But she cuddled them close in her
arms and kissed them.
"There, don't cry!" she said.
"Mamma is glad you threw them away.
Yes, I am glad you threw them away."
And Roggle smiles through his
"Nanny is looking," he said. "See,
see! Old Nanny is looking!"
And Reggli smitled through his
"See! Old Nanny-goat is looking!"
Yes. There on the other side of the
brook old Nanny stood, with a look of
stiprise in her wise eyes, watching
those little trousers as they floated
away down the stream!-Gertrude
Smith, in Little Folks.
Massing of Population.
The crowded condition of the more
lOtiultous sections of large cities we
have been acecustomed to view with
a measure or horror, The density of
population in London. Paris. Berlin
and other cities of the old world is de
scribed in many voluminous treatises
respecting the problems they present.
But it is becoming apparent that we
are in danger of like conditions in
our American centres. I have just
seen a chart showing that in New
York there is an average of nearly 19
persons to a dwelling. In Hoboken the
average is between 12 and 13. in Fall
River from 11 to 12, in Jersey City,
Chicago and Boston between eight and
nine. This chart represents the cen,
sus 10 years ago, and when one takes
into consideration the number of
dwellings in which only two or three
persons live the average is much
larger and more serious. The prob
lem has become almost universal. for
at the same time, thanks to modern
improvement and rapid transit, more
fortunate families are gravitating to
the suburbs. The others, of course,
less fortunate, have to remain in the
crowded and ever crowding sections.
Manhattan's present average of dwell
ers to a dwelling is estimated to be
23 persons, which is simply ruinous
from the standpoint of good health or
of sound morals.-Ballington Booth,
Dooeep e Pieure.
It is dflfcult to realize what the
pressure at the ocean bottom really
means; how enormous it is at three
miles in depth. It is greater by sev
eral times than the pressure exerted
by the pistons of the very greatest
steam engines. Scientific men ascer
tain the temperature of the deep sea
by sending down thermometers in
closed in small, strong thick glass
tubes. Sometimes these tubes sud
denly collapse to a fine powder under
the enormous pressure of several
miles of depth. Indeed one may say
every hollow, man-made thing that
sinks in the deep sea is crushed be
yond recognition before it reaches the
bottom. The strongest steel ships are
hardly more resisting here than paste
board boxes.-McClure's Magazine.
Ho Did sad 'ThLue e Didn't.
Apropos of runs on banks, a story Is
told of an Irishman who had heard
reports affecting a bank in which he
had deposited his savings.
Presenting himself at the paying tel
ler's window, he said, peremptorily:
"I want me money!"
The ofcial thus addressed quietly
took his book, counted out the cor
rect amount and handed it out.
"Then you've got it?" exclaimed the
depositor, his Ire subsiding.
"There it is," replied the teller.
"I don't want it! You may keep it,"
And he went away satisfied of the
bank's solidity.-Baltimore Sun.
Pald tho Doctor to Retura.
A physician in Scott county, Kan
as, recently moved to another part
of the state because he could not make
both ends meet in his practice, but
his services were so badly needed in
the old field that the citizsens circulat
ed a petition asking the county com
missioners to appropriate a bonus of
S0o annualUy tq the doctor on condi
ttou that he pheuld return. The esom
mlsdners made the appropriaton and
the beter has ee bak to hbl frlmer
hiraes m-emest as Le u ree teh
The desire has been very widely ex
pressed among Miss Kingsley's many
friends and among the still larger
number of those who knew her by her
work, writes our Liverpool corre
spondent, to establish a permanent
memorial to her, says the London
Chronicle. It is in a great measure
wing to Miss Kingsley's writings that
so much interest has recently been
taken by the general public In west
Africa, and her researches into native
customs and institutions are unique.
Liverpool, owing to its very large west
African interests, was constantly vis
ited by Miss Kingsley. Immediately
after her death a movement was there
fore set on foot by those merchants to
perpetuate her memory by the con
struction of a small hospital for treat
ing the numerous cases of tropical dis
eases that are landed daily at that
port. It is intended that this hospital
should be associated with the Liver
pool school of tropical medicine. Oth- 2
ers of Miss Kingsley's friends are anx
ious that a memorial to her should
also be associated with the special
study of native customs which was her
irst object and occupied the greatest
part of her time and energy, and they
suggest that this work should be car
ried on by the Kingsley Society of
West Africa, established to stimulate
research and to collect from all the
sources information concerning west
Africa. A representative gathering of
Miss Kingsley's friends in London,
Liverpool and Manchester recently
met in London to discuss the matter,
and it was decided that the memorial
should include both the hospital and
the society, and that an appeal should
be made to the public for support to
both. Coutributions for the Mary
Kingsley memorial hospital should be
sent to A. H. Milne, B 10, Exchange
buildings, Liverpool, and for the
Kingsley Society of West Africa to
George Macmillan, St. Martin street,
Lelcester square, London.
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The judge of the United states in
Porto Rico is Bulasbeher, and comes
from New Mexico, where he learned
Spanish and became the friend of Sen
ator Elkins, which accounts for his
appointment. Judge Saisbacher is a
diplomatist and a man of ready re
sources. Before the policy of congrem
and the administration toward our new
poesessions was developed, Judge Buls
bacher prematurely decided that the
constitution follows the flag. This ju
dicial precedent might have troubled
other people, but it gave him no con
cern whatever, because the first time
any one questioned his decision he re
plied: "It is true that I held that the
constitution follows the flag, but I did
not say with what speed it does the
Semator Cauter. Opporaunltlem.
The friends of Thomas Henry Car
ter, United States senator from Mon
tana, are figuring upon securing for
him a professorship in the Catholic
university of this city, but Mr. Carter
says he has not yet been defeated for
re-election, and considers his chances
very good, although the legislature of
Montana, is largely Democratic. Mr.
Carter was a school teacher in his
younger days and knows how to do it.
f Speedy, Prompt and Sure.
Acts quicker, neve gripes an4 obtains better results
than any laative known.
Its action is marvelous, its effect immediate.
No remedy will cure constipation and biliousness so
quickly and with absolutely no disoomfort as
Aeraglre Deso: One-half lasfunl ove arislng in the morning.t
every druggist and general wholesale grocer in the world sells t.
ASK for the fll name, I BLUE Label with
"Bunyadi Janos. LU Red Centre Panel.
Sole slaporter Plrm of ANDRBAS SAXLHNER. 130 Putns 3t.. N. Y.
Every cotton planter should
write forourvaluable illustrated
pamphlet, "Cotton Culture."
It is sent free.
Send name and address to
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 'assau St., V. T.
Dr. Bull's Cough
Cures a cough or cold at once.
Conquers croup, bronchitis. VSyru
grippe and consumption. =5c.