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KUYAA, TEXAS KILLED BY HARSH CRITICISM. Vavtoti 1Umm4 aest I niiral my CfertflMta. tmm tram the Mm, Yaa nay perhaps hive heard of the trtnl theft of precious Illuminated whjaeaU at Ihe Vatican library, aya an Italian correspondent of th SL Ja.-uea Osteite. The robber, the asd-dlaant rof. Sordl. ha Indirectly mB" a murderer, for It ta certainly U the anxiety and pain canned by the rolhlcwa mutilation of his bibliograph ical trraaurea that we mint attribute the Sudden death of Mgr. Carlnl. the IVefect of the Vatican library. Thl erniiwnt prelate, though comparatively yaqng-faring only about 60 was known and respected in the scientific world for ale learned writings on his twlral, palaeographlc and theological rohjcris. and belonged to several sci entific aradimles, both In Italy and abroad. The theft of l he parchments krouj-.ht down an avalanche of annoy I'H and trouble on the tiilet, peaceful aavant, and hp bravely supported the weary Interrogations of Hie police offl iala and the assaults of prying report era. Hut the roup de grare came to him when he. wan called before a com mittee of Cardinal, one of whom, the Juit Mesrarella, harshly threw upon him all I he blame of what had occurred. Thla was loo much for the poor ntonsljrnor. Ilia Sicilian blood got Ihe better cT h!a love for the grand library, hlrh wai hla greatest pride and rare, and he rushed out of the room, exclaim ing: "Very well. I shall resign." Hut the blow had been too painful, and a few hoixa later, when at hli place in Ihe Chapter of St. IVter's flinging vea-s-rrs with Ihe other canon. Mgr. Carlnl unk dewn In a swoon and was carried lain the Court of St. IUmast us. where he expired without regaining con ariousncne. Mgr. Carlnl waa a son of On. Carlnl. who commanded the army wrpanf I'rrngia when Arrhb'.ahop rec ti, tot yet elevated to the chair of St. IVtcr, occupied that ere. Uo XIII. ad. therefore, known the late Monsig cr sinew hit childhood, and, appre ciating the rare talent of the young priest, railed him lo Home, where, iu the course of time, he appointed him ta the Important pout which he ocrti- Md at the lime of hla fci'dden death. Ilia holiness has been profoundly shocked nnd grieved nt tlie loss of Mgr. Carlnl, whom he had already ap pointed rardlual. lie Nn Menagerie. Senator Harris, of Tennessee, snv thai Just after Anil.-rw Johnson hud va eoifid Ihe presidential neat the matu re of la Slmpvin County. Ky.. Ag rtrnltural and Mechanical Aasoi-latio.i decided that It would lie a great adver tisement to have Ihe old gentleman t le?ad tho fair. "We don't care f r him a Saturday," aald the manager, "fur mm that day we ihall have a pretty h!s crowd, auyho. Wednesday will he the day. 1 will write the cx-l'rcsl-lenL" The foliowing lil'ir w.m r:-nl to Vr. Jnnnnin: "Creat Kir: .The peipie of the woa Wfnl county i.f Slnipion. feeling a gre?l lnlere.it In one ,f America'!' greatest sor-s, have de-lib I to invite you lo be pivent nt our fair ground, a WexInr.Klay, Oclolicr fl, where they inh to shake jour band. I'lrisc let me know by return mall." He let him know by return mall, on Ihe hark of hla own missive. Ihe old gentleman turned the letter over, and mid the. follow Inj;' "I urn no menagerie, A. Johnson." Hsme t.flerl. Jara What's the matter wl'.h yon" lorr,e No: only the grip. TEMPERANCE. Jnvernor Slirakley. of Alaska, refuses In Iwue the necessary ternilts f ir the establishment of breweries In that frrl liiry. A new law f.r the liettrr observance t f Sunday In Itui-ula will probatdy tl-'-all Ihe dram ahnpi tin uuahout tin rm pin tm that day. A phyeli'lan de-lar that me-h,ilf the rtinumitlve iatlent received Int i hoi litula In I'arln uni- Hull coiiilit.en t" nitrtt drinking The W. V. T. f. nf llondur.mt. I. have had H eri ! iitoutid g!v-''n Ihrtn fr live pm rent frw. nrvl will farm II fur Ihe benefit nf their w.ik lie. J. Mullen TnjI'T fK lllilt Uie tiumlirr nf enlimi Minker ami their fmllh a In Clilna Isn are Mif ' Ml.ii di ix tly fmm Ihla evil Ik 1 ;.. h. Kuirrlrilenileiii Itum I. nf the Olilo Anil SoliNUi rtp'Tts ih.it . r iml MliMina hi Vinl..!! tnui h.ive been rl.ifrj a In ! tin l; !l Die .fT.iHidl.: V ue. Over M.ncm r.ill i .i.l m n in D'.u rnnn frr are erin,; a little I it : t n up" the lM-t l the ..! I.e.:! ihe letter "li. T. A.." wlihii me.mi. l; i ll ml T-rn-wranee A!.'lnll'.! tltil.m.l h.i. ! 1.1 I w r 1 tlia! mlrl: arc wot nece;iry m e -M ..unulr. ti.i ,TiiZ bi-ronie pt .il. . I'tll .lh'l.- n-nrr enuntry. T .tl- ih.uu'i' tin le. n rfln-tnl III..1. T In. .il . J 1 1 . ! .i! I ni.iri FiifTriiiie. Mr llenjunilri Wnr.le Kletur.Nnn .m.-c tnlrrriiRHie.l a lint.. I liti'it -me expert urt In bin art. Tit" a--rnb.it l.ite,l that !1 ironil trainer nn.l Kkilb-I pe.-fnrmei m;rre that ahetlnenee fmm ahnhnlie tvrratra ta lnlutily iie.ry. Mr. "eell Ithml-e. the ii-irewntatlve f Ihe Knglmb gnvetninent 'n tutli Africa, recently mated that even from a ciummrntal piunt of view he waa axwlnat Ihe llcrnoing of any aale of Itq uni among Ihe Afrl.-rn. The Church Tem-rance ffoclety re etitty appointed lt ceneral icretary. Mr. Mobrrl tlraham, lo gn to England Ikla aummcr and make a thorough in--wtwUaallon of Ihe varlnua enffee-hnuaa nlarprteea and ayatrma In that country. THE RING IN JAPAN. jPHIZE FICHTINQ THERE A DAN I CEROU3 ART. I tmm 0llwiaaly Keteaee mt Caaqaarlag by araiwlBC to t'wld larluilea Urlp, Felala. Throw, tail llrokaa HaM Mlvln mt IimL T ha been well pointed out, In Laf eadlo llearn'a de lightful book. "Out of Ihe Eaat." that r 1 f''vP nothing for merely f Imitative, reaaon. i Thla country baa. ever since It earll- et connection with the outer world a connection which began with the shipwreck of Pinto In lTiH-approved and taken only that which waa calcu lated to increaxe ita atrcngth, write John A. Coikrell from Tokyo. Silently, but Ktircly, Jnpan baa been prolltlng by "ie Intellei timl ndvame and vigor of ..ireign lamia, until alie baa learned all their aeeretg, and. donplte her alze and comparative wenkneaa, Iw-conie every whit their equal. And all thla. Ufia dlo Ileum claims, la nothing but a moat martelloua national Jiujiilait; a ayaetm of intellectual aelf-defenre that baa not Ita equal In any other land, a the real Jlujuf'i la incomparably superior to any other known syatem of phyabal elfe-dcfence. Hut what I Jlujiitau? Oiitaldo of a few eaauy In the Tranajctlon of the Aalntlc. Society of Japan-where an elaborate deacrlptlon ray be found which la vexation becauae of Ita want of lucidity lo any but an Inltlate-and one or two article In the Japan Mall that deal with the history rather than with Ibe practical anpec' of Ihe art, there la no literature on the auhject ac ccHHlhle lo forulgner. And yet the art In unquestionably one of profound In tercut , for by a thorough comprehen sion of It rule a man of greatly in ferior physique may aucrrsHfully eop! with an opponent imHxenul 0f run li strength, (ize and combative skill. The whole teaching of JIuJuUu Is ruinmcd up In the two Ideagrapha rom-pc-alng the name; It la the "art of con quering by yielding." or literally the gentle art." In so far as it la p.n-u- IB J1""" KK.Sl SCITATION i)V AN CNCDX- PCIOCS MAN. llarly adapted to those of less powerful phyhlquea. and hence supposititious!) "gentle." the name ia not a misnomer; hut In reality Jlujiitsu ten he how to encompa: the complete overthrow of an enemy, im-lit'llng the quickest and Mi.cst moileB of killing with the nuke,) hands. It is thus one of the deadliest j( all ni thnda of self-defence. Some days ugo II was my good for tune to meet a foreign gentleman In Tokyo who after long years of practice has grown to be un adept In this diffi cult and most vnluahic art. I urn In debted to him for an Interesting ex plantation of Jlujutsn. The ordinary course is one of '.hree years, but he who wishes lo learn the art thoroughly must give seven or even more year to It constant practice. Kor Jiujutau la not one of those thtnga that, once lenrnrd. 1 not readily forgotten; a mere acquaintance with Ha Intricate lulc. it throw and counter. It at tack and foils, I by no mean uRl rlnnt. although such knowledge I not without value. What la required I constant practice, whereby the muaclea are hardened, the eye grows quick and keen and each nerve, every fibre makes Instant response to the will. A certain degree of facility and skill acquired, and the possessor la better armed than If he carried weapona, for In the rase of a trained Jlujutsu-ka the hands are ever ready to be used with Instantly fatal iltlll. A lithe body, a quick eye and a keen perception of what an opponent la thinking of or In tends to do like aomo masters of fenc ing, who tiecm to divine by intuition vhal will lie the next thruat, whether In tierce, quart or what not -these are Indispensable adjuncts in the acqulsl t;ju of this art. which, perhaps, mure than any other athletic exercise, brings i very muscle Into play and strengthens the rntlre frame. To the milnoker a group of youths er. gaged In J.uJnlMl ron'ct is surprising l:i man. ways. Kuch combatant Is i!:e-ei In a thick warble, I mttnn coat, 1 li short, broad i.le-ve The co.it reac!.i half tiny down to the kncei., .Tin Is tirinly ki pt in pl.n e by n stout r.inlle rf initoii doth. buMi this an, ihe coat IniliR of exceptionally strong niil.e lli-lore beginning a bout the tonn .lanis prostrate themselves and touch the mats for mats of special thickness md mike are used in Jiu-iit-u -wiih tlielr foreheads. Taking ?' tu hold oi em h other's girdle Hli the r.Kht hand and upper part of (lie coat with the b-ft. the struggle begins. I'rac ti ally !'.iI.Iiir, Jiujutsu ms-tiu to for eign ees to be a combination of (it aecn-Homan and ratch-as-rati h-can, but with scores of other grip, feints and throws, which would be considered foul in foreign lands. The contestants try. In a hundred way, lo gain the mas tery, whlrh constat not merely In throwing one' opponent, but, once thrown, in pinning him to the ground and keeping him bor d combat until he aura for mercy. Ia the regular achooii of Jiujutau tha vanquished nan keep up atruggllng t tk )imlt of aadurance, for It hi pow. Ml 3i en of rriistmee arc u.iir thin thaw t of hla mom skilful adversary he may jri aiaggn io nis icei ami begin ine bout aner. Should he acknowledge himself ermplciely worsted he he only to gently pat the hark or shoulder of hi victor, whereupon the vise-1 Ik a grip I at onc relaxed and the fallen fighter aasintod to hi feet. J lujiil.su thin alms at rendering an adveraary completely harmleati. and thl 1 jone by arorei of strange trick and alright which de mand year of study In order to be thoroughly comprehended. The art In clude strangling, bitting at the mo', vulnerable plarea of the body, kicking -Indeed everything that human In genuity can Invent. Yet to each at tack, to every alelght. there la a perfect counter, and what I still more remark able and of high practical importance I that those who have lost consciousness in consequence of a blow, kick, strang ling, etc., may. so long aa no vital in jury lia veen inflicted, be promptly re sto'cU to their senses by method L.VST MOVnMRXT IX RKSI SCITA TIOX. known only to Initiates of the highe.it rank. And Jttat here Mr. Ileum's summary nf the rt I really very good. "Jiu jutsu." he wrltea, "I n.it in art of dis play nt all; it Is not a training at thnt sort of skill exhibited to public audi ences; It la an art of aelf-defrnce in the most exact sense of the term; It Is an art of war. The master of that art la able, in one moment, to put an un trained antagonist completely hors de nmbat. Ily some terrible legerdemaiu he suddenly dislocates a shoulder, un hinges a Joint, hursts a tendon, or siuipt a bone without any apparent effort, lie Is much mure than an athlete; he is an anatomist. And he knows also touches that kill -as by llgtulg. Hut thla fatal knowledge he la under oulh never lo communicate except under such conditions us would reuder it abuse almost lu.po.-slide. Tradition ex acts that U be given only to men of per fect self-cotiiuuud and of unimpeacha ble moral character." slk;rl in Winter llir Vulkirle III. will ritnain at her berth i Krie basin uu::l the opening of next son. In a recent Interview. H. ..i.iltl.m.l Kei K-y, Liir.l iMinraven's r -p resentatlve, said: "Ther- hui been so mill li talk nt a a.-ries ol races beln arrant i d b teen the V ilk) lie uod the Ivfenile;- thitt lord Punruvi n finally ue-ldi d to Icive the yacht here during the wlntir so that she would b; ready In case any such races should be de rided upon. She might also be used as a "trial horse" for th distant Shore, Mr. Hose's challenger, next year, which would Klve that boat an advantage which the Valkyrie did not poHaeas. and whlrh would have been of great benefit to ber If ahe could have had IL Mn.e. Ciissiue, "the Vusltallan Nia'r- lii,:ile." who Is nppearing this se.i-.ia with the Abbey -(Iran Opera t o 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 : lo:ig enjoyed tin distliii-t on of bc; a favorite at the court of Kn-p'-ror I'tar.x Joseph of Austria The cinpeior Is fatd to have lavished gifts upon her to tho extent of tl'"'.ii"o. She is n ,t 'er.. THE TUMP. IMward Ay res. a prominent trottlns horse breeder, was strlck"ti with p.ir ahsla at hts home in Lexington. Ky., rtcetitly. lie bred Hiauetta, thla sei sou's reiiHitional traveler. I'eggy Wooila. a brood mare, died re cently at the farm of her owner, James P. Mulligan, near Lexington. Ky. She had foaled a number of good hnrt and waa highly prixed. Frederick Tribe, a hsree owner and trainer, waa killed by an electric rar at Peterson, N. J., laat week. He was well known la racing rlrclea and leave three on who bare been jocktya, but arc now trainer. v""J w A-V f if j A rt4 Oarw Megsis S CTODV (W A' QVATiK P - "" ''" TOLD BY A MAN WITH A FER TILE IMAGINATION. Haw a mkw t'auf hi llerkt . THSnf Incident of farm life That la mumm Dare Might llava lti.d Allre I low. IIK KIM.! NO W a small garden snake In the flower plot bark of Hav erford atatlon, on the Pennsylvania railroad, the other day. Is responsible for the following narrative, told by a trio of well-to-do nnd resieelnble grrs. nays the Snake Tile little Wiggling rep looMng passer. Valley Hauler tile was not over a foot and a half lout;, but the gar.lcnei lio killed it waa proud as If li had Just tak -n his first girl home, lie belle. ei in the old ad age. "To kill the llrst snake you se ill a season Is to kill, or overcome, yoin enemies." The three nld gentlemen gathered around the anake. turned It over several times with their runes, and, after seating themselves in a cool corner of the station, becuine reminis cent. "I'll never forget u little advent tire I hud with a snake," begun one of the party. "I think I was between M and 13 years old, when I went out lo my I'ncle Jonathan tillt'iour's farm, on the Susquehanna, to spend th" summer for my health. I'd Just gotten over the whooping rough, measles and a pretty bad rose nf scarlet fever. I hud not been on the farm n week before I felt like another boy, and one day asked uncle If 1 couldn't help plant the pota toes and corn. He said I could, provid ing I didn't work too hard. The next morning 1 was ready for the work, and got ilowu to the field as soon us breakfast was over. I worked till about II o'clock, when I became tired and hun gry bo hungry that I ate several of the seed potatoes, (ieorge Clayton, the boss farmer, called nie to htm und sill I 'Johnnie, 1 think you e done enough for one day suppose yon go ilonn by the willows and take n good rest." 1 w-nt down to the place Indicated, and was soon stretched out upon a plank ee.it placed Itctwecn two of the trees. Ly ing there upon my buck und looking up through Ihe brum bes I watched the fleecy clouds In the sky sail above the tree tnpa. While thus engaged my a' lenllon was called to what I flr't thought waa a limb of one of the tree. I Irving to get across to tli" other tree j It swayed backward and forward like a huge pendulum, and finally sw ung 1 arrosa and attai bed Itself to the oppo-1 site tree. I watched Ihe operatlot.si with peculiar Interest. Lying there up-1 on my back, with my gauze fixed upon I Ihe strange performance, I thought it ! bent anything I had seen in lian Kim's rlrt-ua the year liefore. There wua the limb, as I supposed, glittering us the sunlirams fell upon it. Presently the ' thing broke Iookc from us 1 IhouKht. the parent tree, and colled Itself up ! Into several complete rings. w.itihed It with bated In nth und without wink ing my rye, when ull at once ihe ' thing flopped clear over to the other lice. I followed It with my eyes, und saw that illMnd r? In ins a llni'i of a tree It was a monster snake. There !t was sliding down the tree toward mi resting pine With n yell. 1 rolled from the bench, and crying murder loud as I could ran towards the po tato field. Clayton heard my cries ami, calling Ihe other men. hurried to m-e what had happened I told them hat I had seen, and they run down to Ihe willows lo see the monster. They ar rived there in lime to si-e It reach do n from one of the branches towarda th" little pond and swallow one of uncle's large ducks that hud been swimming on the pond. Two of the men hud brought hoes with them and with these they attacked the snake, hut as they struck at Its head It caught one of the hoes In Iti mouth and used i a weap on of def'tis". The other man and the snake had a regular fencing lesson with each other, while Clinton hurried lo the house for his gun. After parry ing for some time the sr.ake swung Its hoe around with such force that It knocked the man's hixi from his hands Into the pond, where It strink and kill ed a valuable drake. I "The snake dropped Its hoe and came sibling down the tree while we all left as fait we could. When it reached the ground It took up the hoe again and chased us towards the house. The two men caught me up bud carried nie on their arms. Clayton emptied his gun nt the snake, but did It no harm, for It slid oil with the hoe In Its tuoiith nTusa the meadow towards the woods and was I never again m-ch in tl;.,t n.-l'iiarho I lint I h.e trier a II..I.I..-I-. A man who g:ie ul , n.ine iiei.rgi WllklllS robbed the I i !.. ' n;IV . i d. Molilalia Central i'.i ;eit n- ti n -, M.u.t. An excursion t.ain w.i.-. pullieg mil for Anacotuli:. w In n !n t an up tu the ticket window at'.d gin'ihct! a sack lotitainlng about J"iU It. fire ph.. one tould cat-!i him he had :n::-.ht the Ir.il.i mid was gone. A swi. li et ;;i:;e and several po llcemen was i.u.i (:i pur-ili. and nfler a hot race cf ten miles the p.i.-.eiigi--train was ovefeke-t and the robber was nrrc."'.' 1. Th no. u i, however, was not discovered, a lie ,u I rvlden'ly passu! It to a confetti i a'c. I The Haiisn Itsn Awsy. The other day house mnvers tn Fnuth Orange, N. J., weir toling a house along a ilreot. They came to a sharp descent In the street. There the house started on without uiging. ran over the end of Ihe kld and went to ruin In the road. Th house wm an old frame structure, with Its wall ailed with brick, and It made a complete acd picturesque wrstk. dm I MULE V HA39AN'g TREASURE. I.rrman" rhrlela"s Aerl "t Ihe loan! nt Ihe ! mt Mr-o. A Krench Journal.' ha brought up again the nclent story of the enonnout trea.uire held by the sulian of Morocco. The Krench ambassador to Moroccn brought back to Uul XIV In 1685 th story that the sultan of that day. Muley Ismael. kept at Mequlnex. the favorlt residence of the sultan', a lreaurf valued at JM.noo.fHH). Chenler. another Krench ambassador. 100 year laier re turned with Ihe rumor of the treasure, but It bsd shrunk In a century to about l.'.riiio.iwi), which I upposed by aomf authorities lo be about the ordinary annual revenue of the sultan. The legend of Ihe treasure was still In oiind health fifty years later, for Oracbcr dl llemso. a traveler, affirmed about lsll that the sultan's hoard, called Hlt-el-.Mell, was kept at Mcqulnrx under the guard of I.oon negroes. It was bcllev.-.d to consist of JiHl.taai pieces of money. Iicsldea Ingots or gold and silver and precious atones. The treasure house, according to this tr.iviler. was on In i Insure of masiive walls, which wer exactly repeated within. In order to reach the treasure it was necessary to open five iron gates, secured with secret locks, nf which the keys were in the hands nf the sultan or of his favorite. It was the custom In earllir times to kill the guards that accompanied new treasure lest the secret of fhe treasure house be divulged. Others travelers have kept the story alive and from the manner In which taxes are levied and public affaire ad ministered In Morocco It Is generally believed that the sultan has great wealth laid up. The later sfory of the treasure comes from Mr. Hohlfs. tier man, at one time physician to the harem of the present sultan. Muley Hassan. Hr. Hohlfs declares that the treasure of the sultan Is greater than ever. Some have represented that, for safety, the Imperial wealth Is kept In several places, part of It at Kei. part In the oasis of Tartlet, and part of It at other points in the empire. Dr. Hohlfs declares thnt thr sultans lit.iHW.iiou Herman Dialers, or about $7..Vhhn,mi, are nt Mequlnei. in a somber edifice which the light of day never penetrates. Tin custom of killing the treasure-bearer-Is not kept up. and the guard Is not 2.IHHI, but lino negroes, who keep waldi ' In a living tomb. l'r. Hohlfs has seer, I some of Ihe sacks Inclosing part of the I treasure. WATER ELECTRIC CONDUCTOR. Xlr. I ilUtin's liUu nf I sin It m Xteant nf llrfrntllit tnrlrra. Mr. IMison'a Inventive faculty often runs In fanciful groow-s Some time ago he evolved an elaUirate scheme for the eleclrli l defen c nf a fort. He con tended that half the ordinary comple ment of guns could lie dispensed with, and In their tend he would install a powerful dynamo. Current from this machine would be conducted by wires to the nozzles of hose, carrying a heavy stream of water under high pres sure. These would be placed on the ramparts and as the enemy approached the Jet would tie turned ml. As water Is a good coinlin ;or. the stream would in- heavily charged with electricity of fatal power und e.eri man within Its radius would be kill. I n uhurn ex-alilerm in has J i..- c. ape.l what might might h ive be, u unpe.is.inl consequences from seeking to expetl-nii-nt in lh same Held of electrlt al con duction. lb1 was wetting down his lawn with the garden ho-e when lie be came suddenly possessed with a desire lo "shoot" at the trolley wire, and he would have done It l.-t for the timely arrival of the lineman, who advised him not to. He has since been consult ing electrical authorities on the sub ject, and. although there Is no certainty that a person who throws water on an electrical trolley wire will get a shock, the alderman has come to the cone; slon that he will not try it. Against larly HUlng. "The desire to rise early, cii-ept In those trained from youth to outdoor pursuit, I commonly a sign, not of rtrength of character and igor ef body, but of advancing age The tery old often sleep much, but they do not sleep long. A long, deep sleep, the sleep of youth, requires for Its production a thorough elastic vascular system. The stiffening vessels of age are not so com pletely nor so easily controlled by the vasomotor nerves; hence shorter sleeps. Thus, paterfamilias, who goes to bed at 11 p. m.. wants to get up at i or S o. m , ami looks upon his healthy mm. who prcfct to He till S. as a sluggard. When this foolish interpretation of a piovetli about th health nnd wealth to be got fiom early rising Is com lihteil with the still more foolish adage which says nf sleep. "Six bonis for a man. veti for a woman, and eight for it fool.' then we have a ltious svsteni cnpable of working gi.-nt mischief to the voting people of liotli nAi's," 1am ili n Lancet 1 here I mil I'liM-e. Cn.Moti, Wis., lias ii cave about l'i t'i and . f. et hli.il In which snow and tic remain the je.tr round The walls ntnl Moor lire still covered with Ice. (In laiver Ail Sable Luke, In the Adiron ilari.s. li a tave of Irregular nhiipe. cpetilng downwind Into the ground nu ll -r enormous rm ks. Ten feet from the p-iilng one feels the chill in Ihe nir, .'live the cave Ihe air is cold. With a torch one enn go down Into Ihe tave nnd roll on the Ice. There I an Ice glen on the north side of the moun tain faring Stockbrldge, Mass., when the Ice linger In the lap of summer and lure Ihe summer boarder to in fluenzal trlpn. Ilellrerf for I lly I'al. Fresh ratnip I on tale by itreet rendor In Brooklyn, where a consider able quantity Is sold. IomI al Ihe At of aeiy-sti. Alexander Hrownlle, of Tunut New .South Wule. wlio ha reached the repirableas of seveV.y-slx. was lost recently whllo irijirevlnjr n the range and wandered absolutely without food for ol'ht days Hui he I had water to drink and plpo to ,' tnnke, and ho came bach- to clvilt- tilion, If not :;!!. at least alivo. ' Ta aijwtt Ihe Cna. The Tutor. In the phlloJofj r!a Now we come to thl word alien ist" If I were to find my brain In a condition of abnormal perturba tion to whom would I apply, iir. Smartlelgh. lor relief? Mr. Muartlelgh T a whooW wri'hl (.rumpla'e A4vlret Racjed Hichnrd, insinuatingly Say, mister, havo yer got rny any gostionx tor mako tor a felloe w'l ain't able ter raise a dime lit git shaved with? (irumn'.e. pusslir; on Yes: raito whisker. Hui.'ulo Courier. Aa Insinuation. Ite.-.-ar (ilititno aditno. nlea'o (ienl Hero's a ulcKol; :al s U, bost I can do Ihy'ar Well, "lin,' 'Mca limit .l for ra,o It's J , J I'll Always Taking cold, is crninmn complaint. It It doe to Impure and tlrfli lent i.IinhI and It oflen lends to evrliius trniil U-. 1 h remedy I Imind In purr, rich t'lwod.aod thr mm true blood purifier ia Sarsaparilla Hood's Pills curs all Liver Ills. & crnu. The r.Lvui i:n .SKIRT IIINDIMIS ( fluirantec skirl nigra fmni wrurine nut. Ikmi'i ' lit i l,,,li..,L... you see "S. 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