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P UT AN, t Li - 11 TEXA8 FIFTY-NINTH ANNIVERSARY OF QUEEN VICTORIA. franco U nol of mushroom growth, but n'.ie grows f 2.000,000 wortii of roinh robins each year. The weather nun i reminded that Mowing hiil and rold li not a habit which conduce to one's p;ul:irity. If Mis F.lla Iturrla of Huilingion. Iowa, hail not worn big oleetes, she would have been drowned, (iirl, hero Is a pointer. Plenty of any kind of nullify Is what .iiDBt of ik want. We have seen the, lime when evrn a postage stamp would nil a Ioiik T It want. 4 Mah Vow orle l'pol't'r Amni All I'lniM-TlM I aritr ' II r LIU at a Mother. Wlf and (Jh larlM ml Her faalb. A Chicago thief killed himself v.hca srrcKted but week. The mortification if having lon so iliipld aa to got Into J Kcnsnlgtcn today la In the heart the bands of a pnllccmun caused the deed (London Letter.) A RUT one sunny June morning, while the gra wna still wet with the di'Wa of night, tin re role pott haste up the ave Mie of elm that led to Kensington Palace a p.iir of distinguished vial- tins. One wan Dr. Howiey, archbishop of Canterbury; the other the marquis of Conyngha'.n, then l.ord Chamberlain. Though of V ;) In Nerhc. N. D., the other tiny an I'ncle Tom's Cabin ro:npuny strii-lt town t. It'a a Utile Hva 4) ynr oi l; lite Indignant citizens Insisted that the hotel should charge b'r full ratc. and llila stranded tbo troup. ; London, at that time It was a secluded ! rour.try place. They knocked and tliry i.t.k and they thumped, but no i u;.c v..n amir. At lint a sleepy do Imestic waa aroused and a mossag . taken to the attendant of the Princess J 'ss'- !lany sav'.nga of the quern aa a young wtimnu lnix c been preserved, hviiig the In ud of her early Idea, and her l.ii-'ti sen ,e of honor. ()u one oiranlnn a minister told her majesty that fclie mcd not scruple to alga a paper without examination aa It waa not a matter of "paramount Import ance." "I!ut It la for tnc," ihe replied, "a matter of paramount Importance whether or not I attach my wlgnature to a document wikrhlcb. I am not thoroughly satlsfliifc' No lets deter mined waa her reply to the name min ister when urging the expediency of some, measure: "1 have been taught, my lord, to Judge between what la right and what la wrong; but expeditney I a word I neither wish to hear nor to understand." On the loth of February. 1 S 40. Vic toria married her cumin. Prlu.-o Al bert of Kaxe-Coburg-Ootlia. with whom ahe had lung been ileffdy In love. It proved aa everyone Know most happy union. Prime A Inert waa nitiRulaiiy handsome, graceful and gifted, and made an Ideal husband Hurlng their twenty-one years of wedded life they were blessed with nine children four ton it nd Ova daughter. Of the on ail are living except Leo pold, duke of Albany, who died In Of the daughter, the eldeat The Carnrgle Fieri company ha n Mded to build a H.OOO.Oofl plant for the tn nu ii fact u re of cannon and henvy jr.liianre of all kind. The plant will le equipped with hydraulic hammer, presses and other machinery of the lent class. iraklng the establishment, it Is claimed by the company, without a rival In I ho world. V.f a court ilorlalon In KoUomo, In 1.. 1 bicycle la placed In the amo category na a sand-bag. A pedestrian who had been knocked down charred the cf fending wheelman wi'.h assault ami lattery, the wheel being designated aa I lie weapon of offi nse. A a new de fense ngali.st scorching, the decree of Ihe learned Judge will be balled with .y. I Victoria that they desired an audience I with her Royal Highness on business I Bf Importance. After cunnldorablc I delay the attendant Informed them that the princes was In ueh a weet leep that ahe could not venture to dls turb her. Then they ald: "We are rome on business of state to the quren, and even her sleep must give way to that." The attendant left them, and a few minutes later a fair-haired girl ol IS came Into the room "In a looto white nightgown and shawl, her nightcap thrown off and her hair fall ing upon her nhouldera. her fct In allppera, tear. In her eyes, but per fectly rollcetol and dignified." That waa fifty-nine year ago. and the fair- haired girl waa Queen Victoria. At the council which followed at 12 o'clock the aame'day ahe presided with a much ease aa If she had been doing nothing else all her life. Mr. C.revllle, The development of electrical power It making uch atrlde that railroad authnrltle admit that aome of the great ayutema of Iha country may with in the near future adopt It In place of Dteam. The master mechanic of the Pennsylvania railroad I quoted as saying that the lucres&ful transla tion of electrical power over long fne haa practically shown that the jreat rulm pllea In tha Pennsylvania an Ihrrlte rrglona may be utllltetl In gen erating electricliy. Thla openi up an Immense field for electrical develop ment. Numerous gcntlemtn promi nent In railway service have confoiej quit a change In their oplnloni dur ing the pa.U few mnnthi In regard to Ihe feasibility of the electrical locomo tive, ar.d we heir that 3me of the lead ing roidi are soon to make wide, cjt lenrloaa In thi direction. A dlff.-rerco of oplnlrn b.-twec n Mrs, Riley Hull and fivt pilwir.cra In Ihe Jail o-,r which her ht'ubnnd ptrsldtr, lu Knnne. Im rraiiltrd In Ihe five prin Mim det tiling to rri.ialn In captivity, At one tir.-.e on Wednesday they thorght they would Irave and cot.i p'cted r.ll arransrn'.ento to thla rn l, polng o far at to break open the dcor tf their cell and reaching the atalrwnv that Uada to the Te"t. Jailer Hull was away, bur his wife tnrt hi guests r.s they were enming down the itair. The r.wverrailnn tppenra to have been Iricf, but to the point chleily to t!i point of a levolvcr held by Mr. Hull. The five laid they were toh'.a ou !,'rs. Hull did the wcte not tolni; out Mil toak cnrrful a tin at t'.io leader. iV.rn Ihe Ave fild on icre.tlon th'T Ihovrjht they would E" lack, ar.d Mra. Hu'.l ruccerded In Impartlns considers 1,1. tpcid to their return movement. !iir. llt'll arrive I on the scene warn tin tttira'. wna rotnpl.ted nnd Mr. Hull lur.vd o.rr the relna of gavcrnn.ent to liirn, while klic went down-atalra to en Jcy a ccmfortlnj fnlnt. n'arrled Frederick William, the Into emperor of Germany. The second, known a Princess Alice, who became the wife of Prince Frederick-William of Hemp, died In 1 R7S. The Prince Helena married Prince Christian, of Denmark. Primes Louise became the wife of miiruuls of lorne, and the youngeht, Prlncemi I'entrli-P, married Prince Henry of llatieiiherg. who died recently while l iking part In a mili tary expedition on the west roast of Africa. Notwlthtnnding the popularity of IJueen Victoria her life baa been at tempted more limn onto. In June. IM'i, F.dward Oxford, a rrary lad of 17, lli-ed two shot ct lier as ahe waa driv ing with Prince Albert up Constitution Hill, a rend leading through one of the l-ondon parks. I lot h shot were fired deliberately, but fortunately missed their aim. Oxford was arrested and y, r H"t F- .11. L' '1, . si -m .V peel, was to tell him "that she waa Kirry to have to part with her late min ister, of whose conduct she entirely approved, but thut she was bound la run itltutlonal usore" The in morandum which she cauwil Inl John Ilu!M-ll to convey to Uird I'almernton In U.'.O shows that ahe thoroughly underatoud her rights as well aa her obligation. 1-ord Palmer- stun had acquired a habit of "dealing j with foreign courts according to what seemed best to hi ill at the moment, und his sovereign and his colleagues cften only knew of some Important dis patch or Instruction when the thing was done, and could not be convenient ly or becomingly undone," a habit of which the queen had several times coniplniued. Her majesty, In her memorandum, Intimated In plain terms lluit she wished to know beforehand what he proposed to do In a given ras that she might know a distinctly to what she hud given her royal sanction. She further Intimated that having olico given her sanction to a measure, any arbitrary alteration or modification of It by the minister would be considered us a failure In sincerity towards the crown, Jiuitly to be visited by the exer cise of her constitutional right of dis missing that minister. Many anecdotes are told, showing that though punctilious In matters ol ceremony and careful to exact the re spect duo to her exalted position, aha Is above all an honest, lovlug woman of simple refined tastes. Prior to her marriage the Archbishop of Canter bury a'ked her whether It would be desirable, to omit the word "obey" from the marriage service, slid she an swered: "1 wish to be married as a woman, not aa a queen." To show how particular the queen has been In the proper education of her children, a sailor once carried one of the queen's daughters on board the royal yacht As he set her down on the deck ho said: "There you are, my little lady," The child, who had not liked being carried, shook herself and nilil: i am nol a little lady; I m a prince." Her mother, who over heard her daughter's speech, said quietly: "You had belter tell the kind sailor who carried you that you are not a little lady yet. though you hoiw to be one some day." Another anecdote shows the firmness of both mother and daughter. Hearing thrlr father address the family physi cian as "Itrown," the children began to do the same. ThP queen corrected them, and all called him Mr. or Dr. Itrown except the Prim es Royal. Her majesty heard her, and said that If she again did so vhe would be sent to bed. Next morning the wilful child said to the physician, "(lood morning, Itrown," then added, seeing her mother's eye fixed on her. "And good night. Drown, for I am going to bed." And to bed she accordingly went. TO START AN ENCtlSH COLONY. ' WANTED TOOIVE PLENTY. s. 000,000 Hnt-h Is t'allfurala lh A Sit ( hia. I Little Kr WkoM Trmtim I'nitd Moat t'araoaallfl J. 0. Cllmore, agent of the syndicate of Kngllsh capitalists who have been negotiating for the purchase of the Chino ranch In southern California, and (J. Wilding, a prominent iharteitd accountant of laiiulon, arrived from the southern pait the state the other day with WeudtdjJjiiui and tieoigo Kanton, who had l t n showing the two vlsltori all over the Chino ranch. a the San Francisco Chronicle. "The tit ill la about rinsed." said Mr. I'.iiHton. "1'he owntra of the property have agiecd to sell and the Knglish syndicate ha agieed to buy. Now all that remains to lie done Is fur the ac countant to verify the figures of the chattered accountant whom we cm ployed to make a report on the pmp erty. The term of Ihe sale have been agreed upon and the purchase price will be about l.'.ono.ooo. The origlnul ! terms agreed upon provided that one fourth of the purchase price be paid rash down, and the balance In one, two and three year. The syndicate Is anxious, however, to pity the entire amount right away, and according to present plans the entire $.oih).0)0 will be turned over before the 31st of Ie cember. The Chino ranch Is owned by Rich ard Gird, but C. II. Philips has a bond of purchase on the property which will have to be satisfied In Ihe settlement. The San Francisco Savings union ulso has a mortgage of half a million dol lars on the property. The Chino ranch contains about 40.000 acres, and Is situated In Chino valley, In southern California. Home 7. ("Hi acres of the property are devoted to beet culture, and supply the big Chino ht-pl factory with nearly all the sugar beets con sumed there. The sugar works are excluded from the Improvements which go to I lie Kngllsh syndicate In the purchase of the ranch, but all other Improvement, Including the North Chino water system, the railway con necting Chino with Ontario, on the line of Iho Southern Pacific, nml Han Antonio canyon, a piece of water prop erty fifteen miles above Chino, are In cluded In the purchine price. Mr. till more said that the syndicate which he represented would form a corporation for the handling of the property. The ! "' " "' Idea Is to place the property under the management of an Kngllsh superin tendent and bring out Kngllsh farm ers to settle In the valley with their families and work the land, "I have estimated that the ranch would sup port a colony of liK) families very com fortably. The coluniiatlon scheme w ill be tarried out by men who are big transportation, shipping and colonising people In I-ondon." A friend dropped Into tha ofilca af tha New Orloans Picayune and told the following good story: A lady oil one of the mgnr plantations tnal out Christina worker, hat the Utile negroes coma to her to say tha cato-chli-m. Sho requires only that the ivliolar bit cleanly dressed, and In case of disolediunca the doot not had lata to sduiinlslor Iho old time dis cipline. A little negro named Joo camo In with his catechism, when the follow. Illg occurred: doi how many (!'lt are tlierer"' Three." 'Why. Joo, don't"- lour." 'Joo. It It possible" Hv." "Will you never learn" Mi." 1 am astonished" evn." 4 Hi. Joo, you aro" F.lgi.f This was too m .ch. and Joe ro reived a sharp rap on his cars nn.I left in tli;inco and tears, lining tu.l he met n lntio nigger named Hill com ing' In. Whar o (,'winn. Joe?" Tso guinti limn". I ook yer. Mil: bow many (iodi i tin re?' LorJ. Juo. da't yvr know much? Par s only ono " I.ooi ver l'.ill. you culiio In mi l tell M! tii-iiej dart oti'y li.il alio kill )o i. 1 t lie liei i.ur Ua elcht and sho ultius' knocked me slow n." 9 With yellow fever, smallpox and the i -f 'panlardii, the Cuban tide t.illa fcr t;i ympathy of nil nations. Mrs. 1.1 Hung Chang has 10 aerr snts anJ never write anything for Iho papera touching upon the servant girl problem. It la thought that the bicycle will bring knee breeches Into fashion for all men. but It has not brought bloom ers Into fashion for all women. Advertising Ina'l a game of chance. It'a a matter of plain business, In which the law of cause and effect works out Its unalterable resulta. We may look backward only to gel eoiirsifo to look forw ard. (L0 Will reallre tl frralett ainmmt of (mid In the Hairiest Urns and alio krtt tiwiiM b; Uklug dal diir hud P-H fts. ' Sarsaparilla ThsOns Truo I'.kHsl runner. All (IriiH'lU. L Hood'a PIHaartcaty lolitae.satf loupersuv Duxbak is tbo name of the BIAS vcLvimxN FKIRT lilNDINQ Form pi't1) think IhM fh tn.in w1, va a llkf a nine fakir an I I a " n iio Lih k off of Hip l.iltiV, in lite crvu'. i Jl prtai'ti r. An A ii I ir Alitiir , Ihrtttan hi tw rti-iritnt'lf ! I.im f it) tl-n Ut ih4 miiir li4 nl f.r at-i.ihiicf tmlf 'v ,i stfiMiiiii h, it Li Im r tn tin wtm.i- r i im fitiit j.i ir i it nl m , n tul tun y -m-ilofth in tin-ttlxtiw t 1tir iltn't it nt sis'ir I hit" 1 1 le't r'w M.diiKi' i 1: n r. in t. ..i ir, r iMwiUni Aa Hh ne in . i. wu ill r)itirf isl.-D i ,iv i lt (tli. I M II It ) 1 1 liliril , Utll III I hi allium . if itt - lint t.rir kih it I '4 w.iitraj ot ur i ma- W tl tl that it r.iiri) rHi a:i 1 h'k-iU w.itrr. It writ -.:'kt U4 t tlin S. II. U M.'t and lines) not turn i;My !t'.o tltti Srap knuift. Tut it un ) nur Im; ail ji j mJc uwnf U your dctatcr Y. r.ot t i r v r av 72 puf c i I 1 h c l.a.ltft' r.. ::. m. c.. iv . i n. v.cuv. life fla vor. II iv e are likiiing ot irsl!rs. t li lovo w a p ' ..." 1 II I I '.'Si Ql'F.n.N' VICTORIA. Hlcctrli'liy has pot entered con rpIui.nUy Into the cuntructlon of bl- S19. cycles, ow.ng tJ the fact that any thing whirli adds to the weight la not c'etlratle. A New York man, hoar ever, hat prtfecied an electric bicycle having a tora;e battery, a motor, an l a s.vltclihoirj, an.l which It retarded with much favor In wheeling circle. The battery, known nj the rry ch!o rMc, we'eh fifteen pt.undt. Thla, ap plied to a wheel with a motor an.l swltolihoard, brings the wel.-.ht of Car wlorl lo r:tr pounds, whl-h la much lighter than any of the devices use I la previous experiments. The battery end motor are attached to the bnr below the a.iddle, and the switchboard U r.isr te hindlch.ir. It Is r.'almod that litis machine Is capable of proal tpef .l. It Is pirti-ul.irly a lvantageoiis In ascending hllla and riding over rour.h roa M nnn fcr r.'nlatlng fj.rd arc i.ij'i'V.I, and If dclrej the el.'Orlci'y cm be ied to light an In ri n lc.-rcnt lamp nt nlpht. The rp par'itu Is fall to be Inexpensive, and c.in le Cfiii'y appt.oJ or removed with out the a'i.,ii:t't Injury to the wheel. who was present, kjys: "She looked very wc',1; and though so small In sta ture, and without much pietenslon to beauty, the grarp,'.i!nc. of her niat:tirr and the pood cxtue slon of hor ro'.inte nancc Rive her, on the whole, a vi ry agreeable appearance, and, with her )oulh. Inspire an excerxlve Interest in all who approach her. in short, s.ie appear to act with every s.irt of good taste and M.d fetll.ig. a well a good cne." Queen Victoria first . the lU'.ii In Kensington Palare on the Iltli of May. She it 11 e only t-h i It) of IM- warl. duke of Kent, fourth sou oJ Ceorge III., and tf the Triiicst I.ouli'' Victoria of Sax.'-Cabtirg. Ahrahani Lincoln was t'len a lo year-old boy, (Hailstone ranaiout In short .ati; with (rills to thorn ai. I probably trundled a i s-' !f :.: Acct.r.ling to a New t.U Pun re-rnrtii- who si-ciircil ii n Interview with Col. Ale r-'lni'sky In St. Imls a few days ir.o. rer.owinil iltlen I'- a uinii of retntn kahly regular Imhlts. lie takes n til Ink of l.r every tw.nty mlnu'c;', rain or shine. V QITKN VICTORIA. (At the tlir i of her ctiroi.it Ion ) hoop, wh'le Lti.d Salisbury lunl not at yet roll' ln!o rxUteme. The Juke uf Wtlllngton was fresh fun.' his tit- unphs at Waterloo, and li.iicel Web tried, but i roved to be Insane and was sent to an asylum. Two ytnrs later a man named John Pram I, the ten of a machinist, tired i pistr.l at her ns she was driving down Constitution Hill In the very same place where Oxford's attempt was mare, lie was condemned lobehatigtd for the offence. Imt at the retpiest of her majesty the sentence was romniuted lo IratLprrtntlon for life. The very tlay after this tiiiilKntlon of puiiisliment be rai.te publicly known another atteiiipl wi.b r.i.ido by a hunrhbaeked lad named I to: n. He was rolled lu the act of pre senting a i Ulcl at the Quern as she was driving from Uucklngham Palace to the Chapel Royal. The weapon was loaded with powde,-, paper, closely rammed dow n, and eouh scraps of clay Ipe. He lecelvcd elgUtet n months' Imprl! nmt nt. In May, 1S49, an Irish luiiklayer named Haiiilltoti llretl a idiUol liiadetl only with powder nt her iiiujeity on Constitution Hill, and In the following May, liolwrt I'ate, ome a I ("Hi unlit of Husnars, stniek her In the face with a stick. Kach of these men received seven yeais' Imprison went. finally In 1ST2 a lad of 17 named Arthur O'Connor prctrntrtl a pistol at l.t r ii!ii.l"i:y aa she was Filtering Huck !n;li!iiii I'alnop en Iut return from a di he. It proved to lie unloaded, how ever. In lilt ot lu r hand O'Connor held a psltlen on behalf of the Kenl.in prl out rs. Ho wit given twt iv. months' imi rlfonment and a whipping. Aa Justin MtCnithy fairly states In l;U "HUtory cf Our 0n times": "The i'overelgn Is nlways nipiMifcd to undor- ' st:ind the biislncis of I be state, to ron i sider Ita uflaltt nnd to offer nil opln , h'ti, and enforte It by urRUiiient, on any LADS UNDER ARMS IN CUBA. Tha I'lior l-ads IUt Ihe Bsarlng ( SolttUrs. A favorite disposition of the army by Its enemies It to speak of It as com posed of hoys, but that shows Ignor ance of war. say Murat llalstead In Review of Reviews. It j never safe to despise boys in any rapacity, least ol all In armies. On the battlefield ol Shlluh It was remarked of the dead when they w ere Rutin red for burial - It was true of the boys In blue and gray alike that haitlly one In three was a bearded man. The bo)s. In the tru sense of the word, were In the great majority. The Spanish lads under arms In Cuba are sturdy, swarthy fel lows, well fitted end equipped for tin field and many of them with kindly, friendly, humorous fares, and they . triidr.e along well clothed and shod.! With brown tilunltrls mil! f.tlitlv anil I tied at the corners, ii:nr over their ! MiaM.l-Klpi.1 and Joined the shoulder.; bag. ot, their back, that "rw' ml f,,r r"l,r h,n ,'an' f",":ht .tern lighter than knap.a. k and ,or ,nP w of "n1"ary. At equally lenlttnble and their ritlei I lh ehn of i ar ,,B r,",urn'' 11 n and rarlildge. loading them heavily ham" h ,,aJ s ti.l -Is-iv ly d.erte,l. Kn but not more so than the Germans ot I lvrn h "' t,f "", yrtl. he French on a march. The toys al 1 th,'",l l sit armful of wool and whom I speak were fairly drll'rd and, 1 "'rn ' 'nd his faith- though Just landed, had evidently been f,l lf no haJ ru'Hinued to remain set up and put through their step.. They had the swing for a long tramp, ' As a rule the bt with the rifle were 1 much younger than the otttcei. ru.tny ' of whom were stout. Tlio SpanUh ' Imr 1'ear l,lllii( XVoait. Robert Winn, an old and eccentric character, died at his home on Hurgis creek, this county, recently. "I'ncle Hob," as he was familiarly called, lived lo bury two wives, and, not wishing to slight either, on his dying bd he asked that Ills remains be buried by the aide of hit faithful old dog that had but a few days preceded him. The request was compiled with. The death of "I'ncle II, ih" recalls ail Incident In his life that I dechbdly out of the ordinary. Hurlng Ihe opening scone of the civil war "I'ncle li.ib" was anx ious to Join the confederate army. His wife was opposed to hi doing so and used every argument and effort within her power C prevent it. One rold w Inter morning, after "I'ncle Hob" had abandoned the Idea, at, Mrs. Winn sup posed, of Joining the army, she nuked "I'ncle Bob" to go la the woodyard and gather some wood with which to rekindle the lire. "I'ni e Hub" start ed, but Instead of "gathering wood" The Wetk'y Tim'-a Herald, nib-j-lslietl at lalli, 'loin-, rinks atire i.lielie-l V it kit nt' ll.e f ute. I lie oliliUt niiou i lir-l i Ih' in vt ri nr ku'ar. Ifloiiwiflt to kec;i .o-ii-.t upon the iili'iciil sitnat ioii, hi i. f l.Jnvliii; the lipmll's of tinny other nit resting Icitiins y 'ii i'1'i tlo ii o ' eltcr llin'l to fceti.l t'nlu s-1 f,,r a teal's sulisii l.itiii. I'rsUo Is I In little etui ol n simi i' i rsyei; l,o ,lg end of a s'tin "-. Sparhlinjj with villi with delicious IIIKF.S RtnitWr staiuls fi;:t as uaturc's purest and i uist re fresh i ti jr Jnul I-i-st ly (i hi test. ' . '--' " He.. c etn.tPMfc S. ,..... , ,.. .., ... . ..... Tutane University of Louisina. t.'a t1rittTt for hiirtel-ii .rf lrr. Ul" '. ir - i J sHiliik-UMl l-"itll ! t i s-saM 'hi n l.t lf fit-al t hgt.il M soi'tUI. t Istxlt taJ4 . 9-t lliffllt giMritt,,!, (t rtal InalntrtiesA 4il 4W4V ii rtl.lli N. tl w!." II- ( Ik Il4 4el'sr 1 mm i . r h mil i l. i it., l-A. r. u, l.i tairHl, M.W IMtl.r.A!. 1 A ii i v r tpv - lASTOoYOFGOLDlfeiiS Ind flftrrlrl rn nf Prlpn'si F.tfti r.lH VVHI ill VI IHP)( ""! jj 0... rs Itlutlrstf. ...h Mm S.i4 0f..sl i I IfJMl'l J Otiijn,. iiic!i till ih tun ta ii ,:i rtntKt.r iL rocs tu Cull. O I 1 I I ul lie ..I .1. ' 'l .li " ' V II . I I til,, , , ftl.,1 Inn.. 111 W l..l, ' t m. illt. ttlitti.4. ..I Ih.. lit U. t.,.!,.' 1 .1 .ih ltl.ll ;Thorapsen' Eys Water. O. VV. CHAW'Cnt), " Hi Mttsinc !'--!. ChUJTf. III. !! 04)44IMt4SCttlCOt4eC'J I. .. I . Ill l lt. '."t IStlti. l.eit A"er,iiit A'lvtrtivn.riits Klod.'y Mi-iilina t!u l'4nr. tin, Hie widow cf Col. John A. rot kei li: w prt.st rated when ''. heard of riiidiii tleath In t'slro. Kgypt, on April II. Hie was t'.irply glieved when be was hiltrred on May 11. Klie waa navert l!ie t.tl'tr way June 11, for then ti e ti.arntj ccIn. st Ion suliiiilticd by the ministers. W'.t n the ministers dnd thtt they can not allow thtir Judriiient to bind to that of their fucrelgn. then Indeed Ihe sovereign gives wty or the min ster wss In the i nlth of hi fame, i h' i s reslsn. In all ordinary rapes tnc iThe Income voted the young (ii. en Ly , foverelpn gives way." Queen Victoria, the first parllamrnl which she t wncd whlloi tan fully adhering lu the conatl i In person a few nionllis after hor a. -ea-j tiitl.m, h;u lit ver allowed herself to i slon was ll.S.'i.OOO a yrr. The spoiAir 1 I rcctne In any sense a r.ure figurehead. truly ald In presenting the bill to I :r I One cf lit r fiist act afts realgna- m.Jfity that "It had been framed in .' j Uui of Urd MelViutne .Torlme niln- uuerat ana emuamg spun. Istci; whin afc sert for Sir Robert army Is not one to be despised, and, 1 however It may suffer from the am- j buscades for which the tropical vege tation afTortU such eminent farillMea will make Itself respected when It' meet foes It rannot see. The boys cannot march as fast as raider, ran 1 ride and will suffer from the over-' whelming rains and the deplorable ronds and slcktn and tlio in thousands, ' but owing to the better understanding 1 of sanitary precautions the loss from at the old home, Walking up to the fireplace he carelessly threw don his armful of wood and looking Into the face of hi now diimhfoiin.Ir I wife, he coolly remarked: "Mere's your wood," after which he proof led to make him self at home, as of yore. Louisville Post. MUCH IN LITTLE. A v - ,'JV V fl vNf'"A I A ripple of laughter la worth a flood ! ot teni. If the dog whose day thla la will rail at this tifllce, he can have It and no qiie.U Ions asked. Every mnn I the architect of hi exposure will not Ik? great as In former own toniine; uui mighty low or them years. The marching to the front nt learn the trade. the young men of Spain was a mournful spectacle. Thete are dark-eyed moth-! era. sisters nnd sweethearts thinking of them far nway, who will wait ami hoM and piay for them and their safe return until the closing K-enea, when the roll of the uiireturnliig Is unrolled,' I wl.ih to Speak with respect of the Spanish boys-poor fellows the sunt of poor parents who never make tha wars they fight -and I have seen tha great armies of Oermany, France attd America an I many of Ihe troops of Italy and Kngland, "Saeet are the uses of adversity," exclaimed the receiver a he pocketed sixty per rent of the estate. Poverty la no tllsKraco, and It I Just a well it Isn't; there are enough dis advantage about It it It Is, "A soft answer turncth away wrsth," and It's a good thing to u.- when the other fellow Is larger than you. If It I true that the good men tlo I oft Intern d with their bones, the cof fins of Rome men are not crowded. It'a an 111 wind that blows nuhody Rood; the small boy whoite .Istrr ha the carlo! fever gt a vacation. Familiarity breed contempt; It It tint near aa much fun to exercise a lawn-mower the last ten minute at It was when ou first took hold of It. Fools rush In where angels fear to tread. This, perhaps, account, for the fact that the fools carry off so many of the prises In love and business. 'Kind word can never die." How bitterly does a man realize thut tort bit truth win n he ftf".all the kindest word he ever aald In bis life glaring have known men of great fglor ( him from his published Utter In a coward! to their Wlvea, lieach-of-uiomlse lull. ' . i: ' v V . t -'i - I I - ' 7 V t jevy 0 lC'-' ' J f c v frM 'VW ' i) S Ji v-4": i- h "It's a Good Thing. Push it Along." Ji t a ri n ril fonrtir RhI. I To give a man no Sabbath rest Is an ' attempt to rHure him to all four. A man la a man, and doesn't like to I worked like a machine or mule, and ' being a man, It I hi (iod-glven prlvl-' lege to stand upright. The secularlxa-! t Ion of the Sabbath I one of the great-1 est enemies of better living. Rev. C, 0. Reynolds. oM V LI I Why buy a newspaper unless you can profit by the expense? For 5 cents you can get almost as much "BATTLE AX" as you can of other high grade brands for JO cents. Here's news that will repay you for the cost of your newspaper to-diy. Ml i'i