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CASHIER BONE; BANK CLOSED.
Institution at Boyertown, Pa., Unce
tain of Its Finanetal Condition.
Shortly before noon Friday the doors
of the Ntlional bank of Boyertown, lo0
cated at oyertown, Pa., were closed.
A notice posted on the. bank's door
stated that it was done because of the
disappearance of Cashier Milton A.
ilorey, who has not been seen for a
week. The resources of the bank
amount to nearly $700,000.
hor ahl s Oe e a reaM
About the year 15 coeM begta to
be talked of la Christem s as a rare
and precious medieolas t 111 1t i as
bksught to Vele, and It Mll iSrn.o
spoke of it si his Anatomy of Melsa
choly as a vale artbWie whIe he
had heard of but not sea Ia 16I
Sr Nicholas Crisp a Lmaat arme
chant opeaed to London the A -st e
See Lhome kaws Ito >Muglad the
be belag prepared by a Greb
agrt l oa fr tshe work. Othe
efee houses is abundance was soon
Permiioe has been is for theo oee
ties of a ematory ain ad, pmai.
the xew vse Nee
aMUey adopteda dme ofthe
fie departoub hba prsm a wo nder s
oae a life saer. r. y one tab pe"
Interest in may atvt that will my or
prolong f.hl is thei ns a peo
p have been praaising the m uds oe
sr Otomach Bitte dUar ite apr flty
yesrr It cuars dyspepsi, i onbil
lorme, nerv*use, and lUler ad
ionbebN. tea pbyis5I r7f4b and rsa
emmend it. Do neft to trf
Some me are like rasee- to sheaeup for
their own good.
aeat Yer the sewer.
No matter what ais you, bmdLa to a
e~a, you wlthut ar *M o P Imc
easy aterel movemiets, Oy ou 1s
me to start geag your health bee. a
cansez OCa4- datbail., she p eof, at ,,p
It miaI boIss, everym tablt ..
stamped oni. kew.r oJ hatatles.
A separe foot of homnyeoma contains
about 909 erlls
am afteIr rst day's e of Dr. Else'sGre
Nerv.Istoier. 9t tral bottle and tratise free
Dr. . N. learas, Ltd., 91 Arek St., Phil. Pa.
ct the l the coautry
.Wislow's Seethtag lyp for lldr
s.ee the "
,llo , pus, erwes shod o. Atbow*
Fald teeth are new made from paper
sad ar maid to last a lifetime.
I do et believe Pie'. Crd s for oamp
tiMs m atn.u oeeug sad eodds.-Jous
P )Dina 1" UPl b, Ia, Feb. 1, 1000.
Thes re l AN Pss u.ee in Masu.
ohnosbs, siss havirn oner 300.
hooklyn. N. T., Ooeber i.-IThe Ou.
.ld1 Tea Oe., maufmerntes of GaAr Tea,
Gardeld Beadache Poldem., Gareld Tea
Syrup, Garfeld iOt PlSen Geueld
Digeeb Tablets ad Geeld ei , aure
noew cepyiU th lar sad depat c
tuim r cvry eretl erfited by
olise have y beae ia poplrity and
thesr mueem is W dmrvled.
Among the iS . joernais sb
lishe in the United bas, twantryeght
are devoted eslsvely to hyiene.
A woman aeed aever hope to hemp a se
Net. Age will teil n her.
si reqnis o Dpetree . de wt Ps-arr
goods os thke dyersalla is omel. field
rhure a i ter. nd a0e o. d
ypon ste boodsa 0 amnd ar i 19aall
e6 to Nagtland
ly.sr?,d bo n e of ta e ,b"t Fall
meriOrptios. It aqu mo od It was
Olutn .i Caf u CtoriSt,
eretltutla dme, ade i ar to rIt
yaou meet . inatr nr sMinels.. Eel'. ,.
r C. t.7 bmn tore al . eeda ae.lct
2 itad; tne ot esd Nat l's
n,, a qua ck me ...a.. It wa
ctription ItoBadl .
lra tar.r B esith -ab. fIes.
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masmm bacm a mm an to ver
atestr; the me
Presdnot Smth 1e 4 kahi
aore for am tCha all t.1m medslas
Da a Puu -kil e h o rs. ear.
•aer,,. r ailn, A ge s,.
Tle ' ' - ha Yi e ..e.. "
anet I ws naorv e a, ,a_
a~w r .'*s.4S4U rfblrk
the Sowes bopes tha, b'ad Msi sad
asU s,,rs e the _ 74W%
nd s r uw. Iberdl aea
Shan samly bIo W . hgtsow
"Why!'" declared 'Figm Gale; "It's
a splendid exercise."
"Of course," said old Colonel Data
"It's recommended by all the doc
tors," insisted Miss.anle, nglching the
tire of the back whqel.
"Naturally," said %Colonel Daintre.
"It enables you to see the country,"
went on the young lady argumentative
!y. "It makes you bungry, It 1s the
best thing for the temper that was
"I wonder how any young people
have the impudence not to cycle,"
agreed the colonel.
"I am glad you agree with me, Col
"My dear young lady, you're so ab
solutely in the right. What do you
The two walked through the gates
of the park, and Di, the terrier, bark
ing agreement, followed. The indig
nant young woman wtheled her ma
chine near to the pavement slowly,
so that the old gentleman could keep
up with her without inconvenience.
She was flushed-this partly because
of a brisk spin in the park; mainly
because she was reviewing a griev
ance of imperial gravity.
"Fact of the matter is," said the
old gentleman as they went down the
hill, "my nephew is a fool."
"In regard to this question of cy
cling," she agreed cautiously.
"None of the other -Daintrees were
Over like him. In the years gone by
no Daintree would ever have dreamt
of becoming assistant professor at the
College of Science."
"It requires brains."
"And brains," said the colonel
proudly, "were never a strong point
with the Daintrees."
"Exactly! They've been storing it
up through generations apparently for
"At the same time," urged Miss
Gale, fingering the buttons at the side
of her skirt, "that gives him no right
'o dictate to me in regard to cycling."
"Exactly my opinion. Eh, Di?"
The terrier barked approval.
"And although, of course, I like
him." said the young lady, glancing
at the ground shyly, "and all that, I
cannot permit him for a single mo
ment to say that I shall not do this
or that I shall do that."
"I should have felt very much in
clined to tell him so.
"I did," said the young woman frm
The colonel bent to dust his shoes.
"These young professors," he re
marked, "get a didactic'manner that
is at times highly ridlculous. I'm
afraid I shall have to get Frank mar
ried in order to-"
"Married!" The bicycle was stopped
suddenly. "To whom!"
"Yon won't speak of this," said the
old gentleman, returning. "I don't
want it to get about."
"You can rely on me."
"Don't happen by chance to know a
mie. Van Oppen?"
"I do't know her," said the girl
quickly. "and I do net- want to. She
wrote a ridiculous article on 'Unwom
anly Sports' that appeared in the-"
"Rather a pleasing sort of widow,"
said the colonel. "ine 1 gare of a
woman, too; and I happen to knaow
that she thhinks very highly of my
"Nothing elever in that."
"And I rather think that with a lit
tle management, a word in season, if
you understand me, my dear young
"I think, Colonel Datatree," said
1iss aOle, almost feaItully, "that you
>ught not to lmterfere i matters that
concern other people."
"She has p1#perty and she would
be an excellent match for hle."
She laughed rther. uneasily. "Good
by, Colonel Datntree. I must go home
"You won't let this that I've told you
So any further?"
"No," promised Missale. decidedly
wheelihng off; "Ii see that it doesn't
go any afurther."
Colonel D·antree went careagly
town the steps to the Terrace walk,
hucklIlg so much thst infatts who
were exercisinda their dolls stared at
him amasedly, and in their astontsh.
nent allowed their tow-haired, star
Ing-eyed charges to assume as apside
down position that was almost undig
sided. The old gentlema talked to
hi dog, as, leaning o the parapet, he
looked at the Ily-shaped ountain.
sparkling in the snlight, and watehed
the folk coming up the psathways from
the riverside. He lighted a cligar, but
his thaoughts were so absoblig that
he allowed It to go out. Pre*tly he
aw amonng the people who ere com.
Lag up the gardenas a serlaous young
man, wearing glaas~. He wraved his
walkinlg stick and the young man hast
sned hls thoughtfl pae.
"My boy." cried the colone, cheer
illy, "how are ySo! How are yo?
Row awr you?"
"Not very well, iut"
'trhat coufomiedebJ umsn s -"
"It's not that, st, sad Mr. lreak
Daintre a"--I ijLat d su little
was musch btrni le. "Rather wer
rtd over It."
"Ten si e," said the mnel. And he
Istened t6 o an count f the rIute
with all alth de stion rees haing
mews f persct tre h"ess.
*A.d I mut aS, p *," teeLn
young map, th I e esnsrh isw
that there ewe see ther assetess
apes t aI tidr a etl' m'-es"
"I may be wumr'i-4th esimel
geuth Amires ase 8 e 5mM
- tmhat eulle tlmg etegrea `' Wi
"You have take thea words ben
r ma. said the eoloeL
"I was snar to suggem t ewoquet."
"Or--" Mr. pFank Dintrae semed,
after a moment's thausht, to be unable
to apnd the astm' "Well ther are
pesty of things besides this craze
"I call it unwomanly," saidthe col
osel. "Worst of it s, they don't
see to know where to stop."
"And If they don't know. sir, we
must tell them," urged the younger
"It's a duty that we owe to society
"And yet, when I ventured to hint to
Miss Gale that I looked upon cycling
with disfavor, my remarks were re
ceived with-well, almost contempt."
"I don't know what girls are think
ing of," said the colonel despairingly.
'Fact of the matter is. I expect, you
don't go quite the right way to work,
Frank. You are too deferential, too
courtebus, too submissive. Now a girl
like Miss Gale requires the hand tof
steel more than the glove of velvet."
"Not sure that I quite follow you,
sir," said the other, doubtfully.
"Pact of the matter is, strictly be
tween ourselves. Miss Gale wants a
lord and master; some one who will
simply make her obey his commands."
"That was not the impression that I
gained from her."
"What I mean to say is that's the
kind of man she ought to marry."
"Marry," stammered Mr. Frank
"I know just the very man," de
clared the colonel, jubilantly. "As it
happens, I've got him in my mind's
eye at the present moment."
"I think you'd better keep him there,
sir," said Mr. Daintree, warmly. "This
is not a matter that calls for the in
terference of any third person."
"You leave it to me, my boy," said
the old gentleman, cheerily; "I'll see
what I can do."
"I should be sorry to show any want
of respect for you, sir, but I must
"He won't allow her to rove all
over the place, cycling," said the old
gentleman, confidently. "He'll soon
let her know that the proper place
for a woman is the fireside."
"Not on a summer's day like this."
"All the year 'round," snapped the
colonel. "all the year 'round. That's
my dog barking. I must be going."
"Before you go, sir-"
"Goodby," said the colonel
Colonel Daintree was a man who
read his newspaper carefully and com
pletely, and he fattered himself that
he missed little or nothing. In read
ing his local journal at the bow win
dow of his rooms at the end of that
week he came across two advertise
ments which gave him great content.
The terrier on the colonel's knee was
also scanning the journal closely, with
a view apparently of ascertaining the
latest news in regard to the muzzling
"For Sale-Lady's bicycle. Cost
$100. A bargain. Address Miss E. G.,
900 Fifth St., New York."
Further down was the second adver
"Wanted, to Purchase at once
Safety bicycle, with latest improve
ments, for learner. Address Profbs
sor Daintree, The Grove, 4 Madison
Ave., New York."
The old gentleman slapped his knee
with satisfaction, making the terrier
jump, and the dog, a little annoyed,
went to the window, and presently
commenced to show signs of recogni
tion. The-colonel put down the news
paper to ascertain the cause of Di's
excitement, and raw Miss Ella Gale
walking toward the Park in company
with his nephew, the two being quite
obviously on the best of terms with
"Now that, Di," explained Colonel
Datintree, rubbing the interested ter
rier behind the ear, "that is the result
of what we call strategy."-American
We Were Royal Watern.
A~m g other economics hismajee
ty has determined to fill up no more
vacancies in the ancient body of Royal
Watermen, who have been gradually
driven Out of existence by the multi
plicatio of bridges and by more rap
id mesas of transport on the water.
In the days when Thomas Doggett,
'"the moIs comedian," gave his coat
sad badge to perpetuate his loyalty
to the first prince of the house of Han
over, the watermen were still in full
erse, and their connection with the
meters (a point seldom understood
hitherto) I explained by a petition
which they sent in to the privy coun
1 la I the early 17th century praying
that the playhouss (Shakespeare's
sinmg. others) might be reopened
aga·tn after their long silence djring
the plage, as the custom the €
when ao one went to the theatre was
a very considerable fraction of their
toth aeomn .I thse days some
thousands of them were able seamen
in the fseet, and for many years after
wards they formed a reserve searcely
Iless valuable than the fshilg fleets
of Newfouadland to the modern narv
of Frhsce-London Telegraph.
Au Udlied T.4egram.
One of the most ludicrous mis
takmes made by the telearaph as
caused by the loss of a single dot fn
a telegram from Brisbane to a In
doa mws agency. As it reached Lon
da It rad: "Governor general twins
frst soma," Which the news agency
"edited" and seat around to the a
apers the following form: "Lady
Kennedy, the wies of Sir Athur Ken
ady, gevernor general of Queens
land,ytra gve bifith at Gov
cement Home, Brbsne, to twins,
the trat r betaing a son." The tele.
grm wa published by mosat of the
aewspames to London and the prov
mes , and cased a unexpected sea
asies. 11 Arthurt' frieads polated
at with foris e toe that some
e had btulnra ) a- there nvar was
a Lady mseate BMr Arthur beIag a
.ualV. ¶'e kt5p tI -- whih
-l e stat gg4* referring to ranl
war eeas r.-sa 7 es Ar
abatan sses a melrenpm royalty
has rn-V ivaes to Amtema *s
-Ie-. ' db wnepA
In z97, when Sir WUlfrid Loaies
was enjoying himself as one of th, al
oural premaers nho took Iabding
in the queentI jubilee in hande
ia London, and ia Paris, particularly in
Paris, he went out of his way to slut
the United States and plant a iftnia for
Canada, whidh largely ignored the hy
siographic hydrographic sad climatic ef.
fects.' Canada was to surpass the Unit
ed States as only a frst magnitude star
could surpass another and lesser star in
glory. But, unfortunately, the climatic
facts will nyt down. Immigrants will
not go to a country that has six months
winter and an uncertain summer, with
wretched communications and shipping
interests and are avoiding a route to the
new world that is notorious for its dan
Though the slow growth of the pop
ulation of Canada has worried the lead
ers of the dominion and the Canadian
publicists, they are still taking cold com
fort in the alleged fact that the growth
of Canada, "when one considers the
healthy and stable character of this in
crease, as compared with the vast hordes
of impoverished alien outcasts who con
tribute so largely to the increase for the
corresponding period in the neighboring
Republic of America," gives slight cause
for disappointment. Moreover, they are
still pointing out that the climateric mo
ment is about to arrive when the tide
will turn and Canady's snowy wastes
will swarm with untold millions of peo
ple and its dangerous waters will be
crowded with busy shipping. But the
facts are otherwise. The recent census
of Canada reveals an increase of 9.7 per
cent. only, which gives a total popula
tion of 5,3o,o000o, just one million, in
round numbers, behind Pennsylvania's
population of 6,3o0,365. From these fig
ures of Canadian growth and the known
total of immigration, it is clear there is
no movement of immigrants from the
United States to Canada as has been as
serted, nor any repatriation of thrifty
Canadians who have sought the United
States in order to "earn a living," nor
any drift from the old world.
Moreover, while the census reveals the
fact that the world still gives some at
tention to the snow line, and to the is
othermal of zero weather: an even more
serious blow has been struck at Canada's
claims by the refusal of British insurance
companies to handle policies for vessels
trading in St. Lawrence waters. The
disasters of the past few years have but
clinched, in the minds of the shippers,
the great risks involved, and though
an effort has been made to form a Ca
nadian Lloyds, with government backing,
the shippers who have abandoned the
Canadian route will not have anything
more to do with it.-Philadelphia Press.
CURED MAN OF PEEPING.
Broker Simply Wrote One Word on Mar
gin of His Newspaper.
Whether it was on the train or in the
boat, he invariably looked over Scott's
shoulder when he began to write on the
margin of his morning papers. Scott
didn't seem to mind his impertinence and
inquisitiveness at first, but when the
stock market was all on the jump and
his nerves were trying to keep time to
the beat of his thoughts, he noticed for
the first time, perhaps, that the pair of
eyes in the seat at his side stole sly
glances to see what he was writing.
He attributed the curiosity for the first
few mornings to the fact that the news
of his successes in the "Street" had be
come known to all of the commuters.
Three days tn succession the same dap
per young man sat to his left in the
train seat coming in, and as sure as
fate the same indivdual happened to pop
into the seat njext him on the ferryboat
crossing the North River. But Scott
continued figuring and writing on the
margin of the newspapers and the thing
might have gone on indefinitely had he
not felt the breath of the young man
on his cheek, so close had his eagerness
to see brought him.
"Pshaw," said Scott, when one of hi,
friends warned him of his suspicions.
"He is just cudrious, that is alL A harm
The same man occupied the seat on
Scott's right on the boat yesterday morn
ing, and the broker, glancing out of the
corner of his eye, noticed that the harm
less busybody was slyly drinkin; in what
he had just placed on the munprinted por
tions of his newspapers. Turning one of
the latter over rather quickly, Scott
found a thorougrhlp clean margin, and he
wrote upon this in immense letters a
single word. The face of the busbody
turned crimson, and he hastily left his
seat and rushed from the cabin.
"How did you do it?" inquired several
of Scott's friends, who had noticed the
hasty exit of the curious man.
"Easy enough," replied Scott. "I just
wrote this on the margin," and he held
up to view the newspaper on which
was scribbled in a bold hand:
"Rubber !"-New York Mail and Es
Joachim, an Early Genius.
Dr. Joaohim, the great violinist, who
has been honored by English musicians
has been playing in public since 1843,
when, after studying under Joseph Boha
at Leipzig. he appeared at a concert and
created a furore. He was then only
twelve years of age. For seven years
he remained in an orchestra, studying
hard meanwhile, and then he went to
Paris and obtained the appointment of
Cdrector bf concerts at Welmar. In i853
he was master of the Chapel Royal at
HImover, and soon afterward began his
famous tour of Europe, being every.
where received with the gretst en
thusiasm. In that tour he laid the foun.
intions of the reputation which has now
become world-wide. In August. z88,
he was appointed conductor of the R.
A. M. in Berlin, and in x88g on the
fiftitth anniversary of hit first public
appearance, he was presented with .
magnificent violin by his admirers.
Looks Out For BSeL#eks.
The Central Red Society of landon
cares fot the bootblacks of that city.
Upon entering, uniforms and implements
are furnished free to each boy. The rb
sixpence earned is his, for his diaer.
The remainder of the day's earnings atre
divided into three parts, one to be snd
as he pleases, one to go to the soelI
and one to be placed to.his credit in the
bank. Against his bank aeemmt uil
items as po he brushes, stc., as
charged The hoyt 4lav the iastbe
tion at 17, many going into the " asy
rmd any. The orgiamlatiom wits ar
tablished in rsx , and its gradmtes at
sattered tl over th world. The astT
eeinmingsf s th boys in the Ayyear
its eniegene amonen to modr am ti
#Org d be dri hmwelle rmihe lieveng
in a bl. Cashtembht .nt s .G itke. The
do nesk -artik uin s -! aude
WATET SN*S OAHDWA0L.
DtpleimatIe Stumeae is tohe Oai
W O te mer.
Leoo hille, ,y.-The foil wlhg up
pamuntly oathoriaed shntatemt uap
p.ers in he Times toeb eb
po-d amdlbq of Vi. ViyWej
eamo fopr tohe wos orurhip o.K.
* .I Wattersou has resoas to be
preed of the response made by the
par. of the country to a blitio
obviously hostile in sprt Iand par
pose. whihob proclaime him a andi
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"The grind of gotn over examina
tion papers," said the principal of a
down-town school yesterday, "has its
compensation If one has a sense of
humor. Some of the answers are etu
pidly funny, while others are uncon
s sly witty. One of the question!
In the papers I went over this morn
og wha: 'Name some of the causes of
dyspepsla.' One boy's answer was
'-talg green apples and drinktng beer
betwebn meals.' Another answered:
'Drinking iee water and after-dinner
speaklng' Isn't that delicious? A
third boy said dyspepsia was caused
by geing In swimming a oan empty
stomuse. Another question was:
Name msme of the vttal orsas oft the
)smUan body one answer was:
'.sart, Iver, hmsa sad ltghts These
a the eterna esasp.'' "-PhUadel
Masha Awase s eoeeo d CEugete.
The Jidges of theo Pam-Amuerei xz
putn Bs3 Ia hevse awawied three
ge-l meedal to Weater Bakae & o.,
SId+td Dweer . Mass., ee the s .
e p il of their k es aahrut Oae.. erd
ra s and tye usee of thee i
asss RuL b the Ils-uerevein
er award seested hb them haem
A en arma 1t s has **e
A atriat esn de the *Ftb
m do Z asqp
'h n f,_Fý . i
so wend .a.or m'Ds :s alr t -a
houeltution, he ~bOld not ble Id toe
seedaa foe any ytatemen emmantfalg
from ea o se oe.~ Emery men, uIM
a tiht to his own naostbpiees and 4
Itn~ The editor of the Con.
of being intellWetally eithe d oa
umnb and doubtlems in his own time
and in his own way be Will aequalat
the public with whatever it may be
concerned to know of his aims andi
aspirations, in case he has any.'"
As all an the wrld knows, .
Chamberlain Is one of the griet r
chid-growers of the kingldoma e takes
his hobby, as, indeed, he sedi to take
his politics, seriously. ~ay orchid
growers have to go some way to Lad
their favorite blossoms-not so Mr.
Chamberlain. Hs wife's drawg
room, one of the Anest mpprtas ts
the large, roomy house, opens into a
winter garden, rom whicteh the vlattor
may make his way in a few memeans
through the whoolte lesbougs, Ir
orehids are Int the only bhttosm
fowers cultivated at Highbury, Wash
conservatory opes of a klag derdor
tself a moat eharwIag wlSte pgardI
Apprepas at his love for osehids-4
taste shared by Mrs Chaiabenalm -
the eosntal cacretery ai io ff hs
tai tbt he has sever iwr-s athings
Ilse a record riose for eip ef Ids
spelmteas. He . f#nd-e
one rare plet uegalnast ametW, and
above all,. he deels a- s ,
much time beiag devoted by inm dad
his dlever ee mener to gi i ter
of ybrid easltr
he- v lM+e. m + as I
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aMhter at Joseph Gordy war burad
Sdeath itn ia o whbih destroyed the
lardy mstwboue, twelve miler from
r a~drag the nifght. The parents
ad left two children alosle in the
ease ad bad gore ton dance. A
osag as seaueped after an efort to
aonae his sister. The fire is thought
a have been incendiary.
$900 TO SINK A Y1
waftL CinhI 1YbLMs. 1.
r' Ofa*s vial-Th masse
of the ltow on the wag ldi ofi 4 b
rai ad was destroyed byt fr
day bight. Loms $4 ,000; 4z DaW
Hon. Joseph Chaste, the United
States mbassador to Great Britain
arrived in New York Saturday.
Seven hundred union coopers went
on a strike for more wages and a dad
of nine hours. Saturday.
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