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JSRTA.N, . The bicycle record liar It over-tu ping the Dith yaruer. TEXAS Corbett now knowi what It Is to run tip aglnt a real fighter. It U tlaie to ttop talking about New Jeraey "skeeters." There are do fllei a Jersey now. Ills Kate Horner la (lie coroner nt Lender. Neb., ami they lay h la very pretty. W oiay now upect to hear of aome of the young men of I'cnJer dying suddenly. Mr. Corbett la fortunate In baring re ceived hla piiaclllnt Ic quletu from Mr. Eharkpy at thli particular time. He can now flud profitable and congetilal employment as campaign orator. It la now officially elated that the number of Uvea lout In Moscow during tha coronation waa a few lew than 4.000. Hut a Utile matter like that ctitf no figure In Huasla. They will never be missed. HAD KOUUSFUNKIIAL. MOW A COURT SCANDAL WAS HUSHLD UK Ike (' of Ik t.itrl a Avli-.f.ir.l II tuaat lh Lattrr Tart of Ilia I. If l Itiw York ai Mlr. Htmim." tratiueui lag MaUliAa anil talus oa ir. t-c . 11 1 " The fool joker It almost aa danger oua the dldn't-know-lt-wu-loaded gun. A good heavy club or well-aeas-oned at handle kept handy li an excel lent Joke cure. A few nlghta ago a few girl itudenta of the Ohio normal uni versity at Ada blacked their facet, drrased In men's attire, and entered the room of Miss Kubns, a student. Hhe waa ao badly frightened she Is not ex pected to live. The old note swindle Is being oper ated among the fanners In Central Illi nois. Sleek raacala go about lusurlng farmers' Uvea, offering very low rates and taking applications for Insurances. The application afterwards turns out to be a note. Another method Is to n duce the Insured to take out ft big en dowment policy and pay the first In stallment of $.'"0 or $300. That la the lust of the Insurance. VLHY unpleasant atlalr lui been re- allol In Kuropu l.y I be iiimimiirf- A7 i mem in a numier J uf Herman papers JlfJL 1 "" Indir-putabl" ail- flf. thorlty Hut Count TfjJ Luldo l.ynar. a liieiniier oi me .rlncely bou ,e of that name, has wen met, very niurh alive and In line Hindltlon, at Florence, wheie ho Is now living without the slightmt attempt :o coiicial hla Identity, says the New Vork Journal. In oid.r to appreciate the sensation caused throiiihniil Ger many by this announcement It la nee--ssrry to state that the count, a major il:,' crack ivglmint of the Guard da Lorps, d-oorated Willi almost every Dr ier of Kiiroie, pnt:usej of an Inde pendent forfine of $o.i)n) a year and rlchrated as the handiirme.it man of ala corps, una arntttd by tlm I.rigl;i-li police In London on a lioi r.blo charge uhlle occupying Ir-0 P-'t charge I'affalr of Hie dcrm.-in emperor. What rendered tiie matter worse was that the late Kinpenr Frederick. H the time rrovn prince, was, with his onsor!, In liOiidnn n t th moment and had to ber.r the full brunt of the soiiii- l.il. Had Count l.yrnr given his name ind quulity to the pli e when ar rested he would at once have bun pel it liberty anil alepi would have bcn tal.en to hush up this scnndal lis have been to many others durllirc the plo- nt century, the enthm-itlo belnK iware of the complication that nre created by the arient of a foreign i'ip lomut. Hut l.ynar, who had co:r.- The city authorities of Cleveland nave ordered the drinking fountalus through which the Woman's Christian Temperance I'nlon has been dispensing a concoction known aa wild cherry phosphate removed. Il la held thnt they Induce newsboys and other chil dren to play that they are drinking beer, to treat, and even to gamble fur the nannies liquid that flows when ft penny la Inserted In the slot The women of Ellis, Kan., are mak ing It hot for law-breaker. All the offices are held by the fair sei, aud they are suppressing nuisances with heavy hands. All the operators of whisky Joints and gamblers but two are In Jail, and the county attorney It being proaeruted on a charge of ac cepting bribes from liquor sellers. Tim women walk the streets at night as de tectives to ferret out offender. Tan local courts are closed wilU mltf agalusl JnliitUt. For several weeks a protracted meet ing ha been III progiesj at Kllmoie, Clinton county, Ind., under the direc tions of Mr. Mention, and among the ronverta was Newton Sheets, who final ly profeaiMiJ ainrllflcatlon. Sunday, one week ago, Sheets declared that he woulJ neither eat nor sleep till Nathan Rodnnbcrgrr, ft friend, waa converted, and during the flint few days he spent the time almost Incessantly In prayer for hlni. Rodenberger was obdurate, and refused to be converted, and final ly sent Sheets word that he might as well have his grave due Sheets rrew thinner and thinner, and Kndcnbcrgcr more and more stubborn, (in Sunday night Sheet abandoned hi self- allot ted sacrifice of food and sleep and gave It up a bad Job. Hiitiday night he went to sleep from sheer exhaustion, and on Monday supplied the wantu of lb Inner man. gland, ruined h'youd hope, both soci ally and financially, waa reported to have !lrd In Texan. A colli n contain ing a body represented as that of the carl was brought to New York aud shipped to Kiiglund. I tut grave doubts were entertained nt the time and still ex In as In whether he Is really dead, a curious feature In con fection with the affair being ttmt the Insurance upou his life was never collated. I'ORT ARTHUR IS DIFFERENT. t clani Ii Willing for llai.la la Have What Mia I Inc. if I Vnl- Now, we have ulwats held that Itus hiii Is entitled to all li e-free port In the I'acllie, h.is the London Chronicle. It Is out of Hie question that M colossal un unilerlukliiK as the truns-Silx rlun railway could be allowed to ind lu a remote harbor frozen for five month in the year. Mr. Italfonr, we were glad to see, id flared that th government would put no obstacle In the way of such an acquisition by Kussln. All this, however, refers to I'ort Uiiaroff. on the eastern coast of Com a, or some place in the Immediate neighborhood, upon which ltun;la has for long been known to have her e. I'ort Arthur Is a very dlflcient thine;. Uussln took the li 1 In coercing vl torioiu Japau out of I'ort Arthttr on the ground that the presence of Japan there would plve the latter a dang ru 1 p:ep.n:eratlnx Intluencn upou Chlun. A thousand timet more will the Inllui tnc of KiiKsia lliere l.e iliingt runs lor the trade and polhy of other (ouiitrlis, for the pos sesion of I'ort Arthur Is a hand upon the throat of China, whli-h cm be tightened lo suffocate her at any nn riient. Moteovcr, I'n.l.iiid Is the onlv rnuutry which tlirows her possession open to the trade of the Wdild. I'ort Arthur In Hurstim linnds will of course be carefully restricted to Un.'slan coin nieice. The harbor Is a splendid one. The fortifications mtini.ed by Uimliiln would be absolutely ImpicKiiable, and tl:i'.s Itnssln wotild have in the far last a naval bare which would ItistifnTVy make her tl.n inistic: at i a of that AN ENGLISH PAPER. WAS DANTE A LUNATIC? ralr Taaard MRS. DYCHES SAVES HER HUSBAND FROM DEATH. rfv-vr ::!;. 4l i; L'l- -' Trees Ih Itrlitah la ! Iha lloara. The Dutch stock Is, we know, sturdy and enduring o sturdy and so endur ing that to this hour the descendants of the Iliitih who settled III New York nre conselous of a shade of differencu between them and New Kuglanders and regard that dlffen o -mm Ith certain aelf Htecm, rays the SiO'itor. They are. they think, not only more solid but better principled than the families around them. Nevertheless, tho extraordinary, lo us we will frank ly confess unaccountable, absorbing force of the English has given them the controlling power lu New York, as In ull America north of Mexico, and In spile of the vastness of modern emigra tion that jiower will probably always remain In their hands. A new type of man iiri.mt, tlUllntlti ly American, but It Is as vain to say that be Is not In all essentials Kngllsh as lo say thai the Saxon nt home has not prevailed over every other element in the population. We expert to see the procef repcuted In South Africa, but we can see no reason why II should not be peaceful or why, when the united dominion Is formed, at It will lie formed, the differ ent statis should all ent.r It on exactly the same conditions. Scotland does not live under our laws nor in Germany have llavaria and Wuricniberg precise ly the same position. What the Itrltlsh people have to do Is to see that the history of the new people which Is be-liik- bom and which Is already talutiil by i ho prepuce of a black race and Ihe fierceness which Is generated in me dominant custe by black resistance, idionbl not h further tulllted either by militarism or by pecuniary corrup tion. There hat bun too much vlo- liucc, sotni'tlniet Just. Minietiinct un just. In the history of South Atrlcu and If the Ilrltlsh people Is to extend I's sovereign protection over the whole region-nt It did virtually when ll re solved to forbid German troops lo bind In iviagnn bay- It must extend also the I'ux llrltannlca, the regime or law instead of willfulness, under which nu lions grow serenely up to their destined height. The lUwrs must Is- persuaded or compe lled to accept that regime Just as mm h as the Kuglish and the native hut they do not seem unwilling; they have behaved dining the recent occur nines In a more than civ'llted manner, and if they are w illing there Is no rea ion why, within the regions given them by treaty, they should be prematurely or roughly deprived of their ascend cn.y. It will (I cpart In good lime, as tho ascendency of the ten-pounder within these Islands did. A different Late lu Jok very nearly tost the lives of Mr. and Mis. Irhe, of Ufidiurj', Kh., o:i" day list week. They owe their continued cxlstince li Ihe couras1 db played by Mrs. Lyi'ict. The hiisliMi.l and wile vvcie out ilriv Ing whr-i they en conn i re I n tnel.e f.mt iillliMlnr In I'.ie tul Mr. Iiveliei lhnu;:!il it would be a Jol.e to r.iiio inc. him. Mis. D.clies d d not. N. i li r ill I the nl!i:it-r. A the ( :,i t.,u, I the sjiiri in the calt.iil iu:i ! a sweep wl'h l!:i t -ll 111 it wrei-k" I the Imrtty r.nd il' He I the iyc!n i couple on Ihe ground The alli gator pro:np:ly atlmV.l them a a I J. C. Monaghan, I'nltcJ Ki.vtis Con sul at Cherunlti, In a report to the tut department, write: "There li now no doubt that New England applet arc welcome In the market of Ger many. Here they hav no apple to uhed. lie was turned over to Lie plt tely bt hl.i In ad, r f r: :m .1 Ir iM diu losing hi.i liimiity i:u':l his " panii.ns had Ih.i i-i.tecifi 1 for trlil. whrn he blinti If ha d tinder:' iae Lie public iRtinnlny of l i It e pi i -ed In the prUiimr's dork, t'n the ut anee given l y the G rni an R'vi::.u that Lvi.ar should be i.-ven.y p'm- line off Lie b ft art:l of Mr. Pyrhes. T'i.- v. ifo rui-'. id lo her husband's old. et.iy to be knocked over by rnutlur iturp of the nnim.il' tail. She fell ne. ii In r iiiatiKlc.l hu!:iii l. nn.l w ith Kie it Di-s tin- of liikd tiulli d a plutol fi.im 1 3 p'eket i. n I fir .1 bul'.i I after lui"i : lira the all ? itoi's ojumi mouth. At l it a biiliet tin, h I a vlial sio; and the al"u'.'!nr .!:i I a Jias were i 'or-, tie un the l'i. lv no-inn's arm. It w .i fi .ir. d nt llii-t tint Lie liaril.and mlitht il from lo-s of blood and bti.i 1:. I'll! lite reports fprescnt the foul le ns iff line en vi ry well. Fruiii tl e ,(v.- in I; V.Vtl.l. I art of the wild, lit f.r. t. with Kits I i ia funiy ii lilt d :.i 1'nrt Artl-ur. with tie tr.iiis-.Ml.ii.ill railway l.-'hii:d her. !;. Lii'mii.e uf nthir poweui upon Chili : lliay L ' ri k.iri! d us i.iiii-, mid I t!.f advance if Uiu.-la from l. r ninth ; un froutl. r to.vurd lVkla would b:- n.tttly a i.utur of time. compare with our Ilhod Island green ing, the Baldwin, russet, and north ern spy. The (i-ruians are very fond of apples. Their physician ,-ecom mend them aa most healthful ar ticle of diet. Dut their best apples are by no meant as gaod a the worst we produce. There It no reason why each year should not see us sending millions of dollars' worth where wj only send thoimnds. A little experi menting, with careful noting of re sults, will certainly reward the mer chant for their trouble, Huston Tlaltliiiore, New York, l'hlladelphln tn fact, all our Atlantic rltlet, wbenct fast freight steamers cms to England and the continent should do a gooj bu!nr la this branch. All that Is re julred Is ft little enterprise to put them In the shops and a Utile energy with which to push them. Walling will Join Jackson on th, scBfljId. Now, If the supreme conn will only pas on their cases quickly and let them te hanged promptly great It-saou 111 be tsll tlit the voiiiir men of the land whose delicate use of honor would lead them to kill the victims of their wrong doing ta save thennelvcs from troublesome conse quences. Croaker are all croaking about a ahoaer of fro? that recently poured down on Chicago. A remarkable season. Iteparta from Alaska are to the effect that two persona have discovered ft "solid ledge of gold qusrts, il feet wldij and 3.000 feet long, betide which th great Tread well ledge I ft mere Mringer. There Is enough ore lo keep Ir"o itarrps going 100 yearn night and iiiy. Coming on the eve of the failure sf the blueberry crop at West Superior. Itls is l.rporlsnt. Tho prince of Wales manlftsts dlt .rriiin !o bt.-oiue tliut.itny with Mr. irir. Mr. Astor it rii h aud can af- lassy and by th tetter t ) thr e rials of the Uirllti polire, who toi. hlni lack with Hum to Cirx.-.iy. ()" arriving tin re he wus t once p'.acnl In til Insane .!uni. on the pJ that he was demented, and his r.tune was re moved fratil the rotcr of the dipl.i malic scrvlie as will at froi.i that c-f the arti'y. Thr-e loortl.s latir it w..s an -nnunccd In all the paper tint he lia I i'leil while uiu'.cr rihtrnltit i-.n 1 !u name. f;-r being cited In ti.e ne -r h'Sl.-al ap et.d.x cf L.e "Mmiin i. li do Golha," dlFiipp" r.rnl fror.i Li it itold- u bmik of the l.uicp. '.tl n.il illty. A coltlu purparlli.g to con.ain ins a liiRinit was pi in d l:i Lie f.ituily vault a id hit wldoaed tt'otlur. fn r mciit-n-lug for her ton. itlcj abut tlx mciitl's later, It Is btlicvi'd, Irom a Li :i heart in coaMi.iii nee of his Inc. Now conns Lie In vis that l.e l uli.o and well. Ilvll.g on the fat of the la'i-l ml e::l.ilnT hlttrelf to hla her.r' tf ! till ill ill Hii.crii c The Inii re. ie is j that the German nrrllim im s have con nived ut a deception p: Til u!::rly gre.v wune In character, which but f 'und I' ' -otiiitcrpnr! on m vcral o.vasl'in.v in England. Lie most n.itaM" Instetue being that of the mute of tV pns"il 1ukn of Newcastle. The lattir got mixed t'P In n scrnpe nf the tame kind us Count Gulilo l.y nar, and having bci n nlaccd on trial llnng with hi fili-iiili:, lliiiilwiti mid I'stke. w..a aoriit lo ln convlet-'d, when the ntirouinf im lit i f hla ilea.h win made and lie was Interned wi'.li mill h pomp and ci n nony In the va tlts of the ducal house n Xewuodle. Yet few monthi later In- w.n recognli-d In New York, where he ivnt the re mainder of his life, lM-.ir!ng Ihe nsine of "Mr. Siinpscn." lie usid to haunt Ihe restauraiitt and saloon around I'nlon and Madison sijnares and spent long lime In one of the ni-lrowliian hospital. Ihnnl to an accident which o.-currrd lo him on Ms p .usage lo thl tountry. Thm ih-r I tl.e c.-ji of llo Ule 9 i , . I . I - I -. Vi -j tali li A.i'i"-i. ."i. .....N fi)rcd lo ctpaU'iatc Liuisi if fiuui lUrr llirv Cnjlll I In I It m. An actor H.in-ly fontul Muiarl! rt. at. ilc I lu a western c'.: v.ittio it even Lie viii reith;r! to puti luiM- a meal. IV wen l tu the buidhrd nr.. I c.Tircd to en:ir!a:n the ' "' ' v l:h iicit.uloii If he could be s-i.i'lii'd wL'a n siiiiiic rt.tal. Tills nrs rrned to by .c l.i.u', ter.l, and the ncM.- t :.:n vva i tislur-'d If.tii tie parlor vih-re the f-'-cs's were ; .-. a in'. 1, .1. Le rave sevi ial readiiigs hi 1 1 ir t';. Ic. l ilt did not n i;i lo .at.li on, niil I, .all';! hlni' If nut told l. li- lull I' m I of li!-r filliiu1 to p'.e.i-e. I'. e I I'tir, 1 - ll i; n I llatuic! guv, t ild l,h i !i h'riiul I have h! a ::ie:.l not w it.-i a. I l!i:g hi f illutc, .tod ho wat er'' I'.li. I to Lie illnlnt-irn.i'. I niil p a ft at dial letin irf.cr ,t ,'.cd, Muar i. t .J. lie I'c.rln li.tirid Lie parlor and r an! to '.lie in ..: r. : "l.r'd'i i r.nd (, :i!li lla'ti, as I Liiii.i to pi- a..,- )i! with my id it.it ians, 1 ul.l ni c. ti., n litllc li k i ili'iiuiiii. Weii'd I'tiy otic hire l.I.e to n-e the mil?" ' Yes." w hi the answer fiw::i nil "'i hui go to h -1." said the actor, nr. I ho Lov.iil lut.ii , If out. Tiiit'i ir.ltsrent. An ful.r.r.gc t" that a l oy r.ta Fit pt n l".l i!-. Irtchir. i.-juaie. idd ti a i-lt .1 rt iiMi'u i lg;i! itiiles an limir, but tati'l :;lt cu n s.if.i Ihe u.lrmha for a ".:!. i . A n.au v ill sit tn an Inch In. .-.1 nriil t.iih pulii.c-i ."or tt ne hours, pot 11.. i In ai ai.i'.h pew for forty mlu liicj. lie pel l ei vol's. twl:;ls und turtlr. mid son. t rlcep. Man will pouch lil; tl.-ikn wILi f.JUt y tclrac.o. Juice rtltii r.onn his thin, feils giod; but a hair In the liiitt-r kills Mm. He stays nut till ruldtiittiil. wife don't know where he Is. roiin home vlun he please: but If a uiciil Is I v' rcnily Just on time, pouts, frowns an t tais unprctty thlngj. - Wen. unkind. Awilralla I lie Tramp's I'aradlia. A correspondent say that Australia is a paradise for tramps. They com prise about one-quarter nf the papula tion. and spend their life traveling from on little colony or station, a It Is riillul. to another. The name sun dower I applied to them for the reason that the sun's setting I ft siKnal for Iheir coming. The station being so far npari-twenty or thirty miles, or even more the people have not the heart to mud them adrift to the bush lo gj hungry for the night, and they arc re o;:tilr.ed us a neeesmry evil. The well-to-do farmers have naiially a "travelers' but." and regular rations ate H. rv i d out to these wayfarers, n pound of the Inevitable mutton, a pan nikin or tllppir of (lour, the water bag rclilli'd and a bunk for the night. t Her llciltn. "My favorite author," said the young woman with the high forehead, "it Holmes." "litdrns?" nasi the young woman with the pluli. green, yellow, brown and white h'iIK unlet. "I didn't know he h::. cur written anything besides that horrid connsslon." llvsrtlrM Stan. "If wonun have not finer sensibilities than man." aski d the defender of her :c, "thin why Is It thai men laugh and wnnnii weep nt a wedding?" "ra-e.'iu.e they me not the ones who nre r.ett-i'g Married," answered the coarse. In artless man. Indianapolis .linn iial. Nl llsrmfal Doctor "Above all, you must not exert j our mental rapacity too much." Poet "Hut I want to finish ft volume of poetry." Doctor "oh, that will not hurt you In the least." Judy. IngpriolL Colonel Ingervoll bus done ft vast u mount of rude and violent work by way l.f cliariilg the religious field of ii i.i ii a supctitition preparatory for better glow-ill. Ucv. K. U Hexford. rf. Uimbrnaa Ihluki Ha Wat nulijfl to Silltiillfi A I lark. And now Prof. Eomhroso has stirred a hornets nest about his ears. They nre vigorous and vindicative, hornets. for they have Isilllng in their veins the proud hot blood of the l-ntln races, quick to resent an Insult that It di rected ng.-iltii-.t thcmsclvea or naaiust any object of tin Ir affection and -tii-iii. Iunbroso wiys that Dante was mere ly a crank, u lunatic, an epileptic, whoso villous arose not from an nr dent and piercing Imagination but from a disordered brain. If Dante were Indeed an epileptic he I only one of many of the muster minds nf the world similarly aflllcted. We need go no farther than Shakes peare to (ind thai Julius Caesar had the "falling sii kin s." So. according to excellent authority, hail Napoleon and Mahomet. And If Dunte was Inaane Is II not ft general Idea t lint genius and Insanity are rlosely akin? There Is hard ly any couplet In literature so hackneyed us Drydeii' "Great wit Is sure lo madness neur allied And thin partitions do their bounds divide." I asked Dr. Cyrus Kdson what he thought of thl theory. He agr.ed with It In substance, though lie objected to the phraseology. lie thought that Maudsliy' dictum confused canr.e mid effect. "On thl subject," he said, "I have thought and written a good dial. The overstimulation of the brain, brought about by our high pressure clvllii.itloii of t Hlay, Is n fruitful source of ner vous disorder of Insomnia, neuralgia mid hyaletia. The development of brnln mid nerve goes on nt the ex pen.e of the body. Especially Is this tine of children. Their bodle.i r.re overtaxed In order to develop their br.iln. The nourishment which should 1 distributed over bo Illy i nd tu . ii t n I organ nllke Is all diverted to the brnln. "Children become abnormally pre cocious. They burn with nil over bright fire that soon consumes them. My advice has ulwnys been, build up the tody first nnd foremost; lot the building of the brain Is- a nccntlihiry consideration. Then body Mi l brain w ill be developed on normal and healthy linen. Theie may be less hectic brilliancy, less of what we tall genius. but there will more of the roiiust nil 1 dominating force which miiki t a man n power for good, nn Instrument to achieve solid happiness nndiohstnntinl progress both for himself and for hll ni Ighlior." Til pretensions of lguatlu Kojollek. I Chicago youth, to an excl ir.iv porj-ir-llon of bl catanlc tnnji'j'y and tin. c.ni- ! iqiitnt elutlon of bl neighbor must be ahattered by the reporta from New iYork. where hysterical school girl !w th Individual In pernoa. "Thfie he Is," she Is said lo hav shrieked, ind In th subsequent piinlc among her Vllnw pupil nothing could have bien .tor fitting thin the fortthought uf an .qually hysterical bystander, who sent a Are call. The fire department ar ilved quickly, but found nothing to put out. the director-general of the -rcatnst conflagration on or under the rtb having presumably removed hit i amlrig material presence lo a li-. wat- II l Mmall, ln.lil When a man brags ef hit power, ask I ! !:.t to r-r' " r. ! '"de of grJ"3 er ?r'- n I ht'tio a W n. NEWaV TRIFLES. Tin re are over ;'it)J liors'less car riages now In use In Purls, "Matrimony happened to Mr. and M.. '. - " Is the way n Maine ccrrcapciulent starts his report of a June wedding. A ma e-i:p iiecU-tle with a plcl'jre of n pri i lilrtiilol caiiilldiite, which Is dlsplityi.1 by pi'llint a string, I the latest political novelty. Another expedition to explore the In terior of Aii' tralia ha been sent out from Adelaide. It Is equipped for an clghtfi n n-.o'iths' tit fence. Kiisslan scientists report that tho while poplar tiee ui Is as ft natural lightning rod, aa the discharge Becks It In preleiei'i-e to oilier trees. A North si a i-ailtislur carries a set of lines 7.2iH) fat horns In length, and hav ing the amazing number of t.Csti hooks, every one of which must be bolted. Itushl.m i a II ways not only have the .isual smoking rura attached to all train, but there I another smoker for ladles anly which no liinn can enter lo remain. Ihe scarcity of Ivcry has act Inven tive wits at work, and now In Sweden hollow I all of car t tee l are found to be aatlr.f.iotory substitute for Ivory billiard balls. "llelle," the latest operatic success In Paris, was heard recently by elec trophone In Ixnuloii, the sound being trinsii llted over the Ixndon-Parl telephone circuit For the ti n n.onth ended April SO last the total production of clgnreile for home consumption was S.SllS.HT. nrt ,!r lnrrei r-f f7 l I ever tto Ci:i! ycur 1SVI ':;. iry locality. This Is not iho first New t'ork school to have received this she llc visitation, and until Master Kojo l ek nhall add more corroborative evi lame to hi limited liiaiilfeststiiun the lisrllctilar aatan he thinks he has rii- ertalned mimt be set dawn as an Inter oper, to put It mildly. Yslustil rrsneli'ia Narareil. The trsnr'ili t miy dliceitluB-oua of Ih nixl vnlnsMe in llit ltl of nn-dlril rli-e n to Ms-uml by t is-rioa nuuk-h to l lliKlrlli-i ' Sl,,tiiai-h IIIUiT.. rlllirr In aup- :iren sitiWli't ui-i-it, nr In upnMil it at nsliitllv lit I . lliriiuil Ii- lli'l levsr I Mill" tliT-ri-i-, I'l-l-oii-Incitilisl Willi iirrfian- a. inil Ihe -oti-t:i.alf-1. linil t Rim licuri- In- ln-allti liniii'lmr by Un iiniir iim-iiii. It turns out that Helen Gould gnvn yl,tUJ Instead of Slilii.Oml to the St. Louis iiiffcrei', which it a hone cf mother color. Wrntkrr to ru!t tlm most fastidious sss (oriiUlu'd Allan. LI., tluiiug an our of Saturday. At Lie tin face of he rnn j tt rnlncl, twenty feet up, on a level with Hie ne ond stories of the honors, the downfall wss snotr, and n 'lule hlyhcr up It was hall. Alton dii.iii'l r.cc.l any tri scrpeuia. A inosl effective remeily for heep P'-nli and tick I a prepn rat lou ofj pure nicolliie piejiared from tobait'O, nit per of slnfp gcneinlly are uslug Il liiKicad of lime, milplmr nnd arscol and Ht-eui iinanlnioiis lu licllevluu thai aheep tick and oiiO will soon be o tally f xixriiilunti-d. Nicotine I ft ill mil) hiI.iii in Iiimi'Is, but w hen ell luted for dipping doe not a IT eel nnl linils. In this icspi-cl It elirfers from Hie inliierill poison. The Sksbcurft Dip Co. of Chicago nre the largf manufacturers of nicotine In the) w oi Id. Chariot Powers, of Areola, III., drove, over to ee Mattle Jonr one night last wet'k, and Instead of tvelng Matti lift wa met by her two brother and twe gun. The reception wa too much forj Charle. who dltappared In Ihe dark nest aud at latl accounta waa atlll run nlng. 1 We note with lively concern that tha, laurel-crowned graduate of the col-1 b-ges are not entnely agreed aa to the' remedy for thn complication of ail ment under whL'h our helpless coua try Is groaning. At liiiit "DynamLo Dick" has been raptured end th people of Oklahoma, are breathing easier. For three long aud exciting year offtccri lave been cn "Dynamite's" trail, not only for "Hyuiiinll"" hi inn If, but for tho 30 rewurd a will, and hi capture I only-' another Inttatiro In favcr cf ppriover uipe, which, we are taught, acetnts pllshr.i niuch. Very early la life "DyiiMtrllf" choie tho career of ft bani lilt, nnd im w, rrcti!y out of UI teen4 he faces a frowning gullow. Verll the way of the trani-tttisur It bard. Nearly nil the ut lueii teem lo he leat.er Ihii t'.nrlii 'r. HOME TRUTHS. Walrh It Will II la laar Intfrait to It Mil. Young man, wo r oubl take n little of the conceit out of yon, say tho New York Mercury. Don't think that the girl you Intend lending to the al tar Is mnrrying you for love, 'iiuin' It not so she'a mntryltut yo'i lie-nuso File's, disinclined, to provide licisolf with board and lodging for the rest of her day. The man who howls becans. lie's rot "nn nclilng heart" Is it n Ingrain. If he'd got nn nehliig tooth oim that lulled In reiil earnest lie might have! toinelhliiK to heller about. Daresay you Milnk It's .i real r;ood thing to le nllve? And yet the very happiest lime von hate In when you'icl fast asleep nnd have forgotten every-! thing. You can't put nn old head o.i young j rhoiililers ntul you sh-nldii'i put k D'a ; togs on people old eiio'i';1! to bo bald. After a man tins r-i In t", Hie iir of whiskers whether he's rot tiny or not -he shouldo'i appi ar In llies'.rcctscliij in kiili krrlioi kern. Ho modiM like the vlolcl. Ildlect that It Isn't a man's good qualllli'S that get hlni Into swell wiclety; It's the deuced sci in city of men. You needn't po nnd hunt nil ota r for It, but should It roiuo your way, you may mlace yom-nntf with the re llecilon (while poulticing the damaged spot with vinegar nnd 'noun paper) that there' a good deal of ilnillarlty between a man mi l n carpet - i either hulls for a good bcniliri: oc. nslon.illy. ltciui niln r that you're neur loo big lo learn. Every nltVit I" fop' a ci italn billionaire lav his head upon Ms pil low he hit learned some new way of making an absurd spvtnrle nf himself. Charles Jordan, of Hammond, Ind.. gave up Jl.sui) to be lavon'od In n gold mli.e In N.-w Mexico, end iron.i after waid learned that there wat nn su. h mine. Mm freiiueiitly ay nnu li for ft vciy small aiiiouul of knosledg. The iievii w ill Ket ievv for .Inly I i Mr ui o.liiral ii'iin'ior. 'Hie pot. raits of iioiiiinc:it me i of n'l shades f poliiii s nre iiii'iu rniis m ln'eret il:L'. ruil ti e cilitoilnl i (iriiiiieut uonti I'd pICMlll Liistion Is I tin ii ix f K. Hie Eovii'VV it the only in-uitlily ! itl.li h is able In keep fully sl.n s-t of 1 1 the .i'titiisl in, iti iiici.I. ami, ebnlig' s. I l.e l.eviotv list sliown rcnl ioiiliilit et In I'tililical tun.-a-. ne JniiruiiHiiii. A m.-.n In Nc.v Jersey sued a wo liin fir tr"itc!i of prauilie of insula,;'. .'he woic.'iii I i-.il pinmlried to murry. , lilt fu.all..' s ild: "Can't marry you. A vouirg man win une.l to wait on r.ie l.as rrturm d, and h" has lo'..'. of' notiry." Fcr the S2'.;e if Lre e'ernal fit r.r e f things tht nura s-ilnj; rnd the i toidld wcii sn laarild l..ivo I s I Lie1 liapjilr.cn i f goiii3 throi;."h life t i- .tlur. UZ3 Nstur.illy, h a gd Sfpft t. kee yatir blond i.r aud jucr remt r.rung ly uklug Sarsaparilla The toil - In f.irt tho ( n Tn; Mnrd furtlef. Hcod'O f" ') -' ' ' -Kiii-'ti. totiUebe. ate, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, T'llana University of Louisint. lis it!' 'itr tH'trnrvUn r tf. tm lttfcs mm alijaj lainl b...ill Mftteit!. ) ( . lb. sjt.4l I he. MtH'. - 1) f-alK Hi i)l It. f 11 iMalrVrlio tasV ti .i .fwi. fc - . i ii 4 lM .' rtltsa ilurt, tu. h v ill villi, k V, !, r. u lieif Ll. Jk I'Kl.l XS. tA O- o. o. 1'an.luo It ile u'l.itin z portions of 'h.'i:. To.te.ii'.n b .s alwaye bu n re- i ar ! d s the nn. .1 pro-ipi rnus prot Im p if th" I'biwrfy hiiioiln-n, bill last yir Iro-.uh cut i.hort the harvcl. Miilli 'lit I'.e ol.'i i iii;; tin !r children for .ilc 1 .or loMi-tl.liig to i i'. At 1 o i. el a iiiiiihir o.Tii d l.i r Liie Inf iri's in i . ill .-.iii."..:iy for eight cif.K, preferring :o l.i-iid 11.'-:. i over tu a Laui,i",.n :h. r t linn ee ih .:i pi ii .h fio;:i bua r In h r c.ti.i.i. tULL i.t It i eay In lie gallant t- striingers .irrsu-e eit;c iloon'l li.-uo to Li cp il up !'i-(i'i Ci re f. r il i ll e I- r n i i 1 1 1 uu At, Mi' III si e. , 1 'sin to a of the It ex- Ih llnttanhnU nominal. "People when once titUlited habit." n marked a member Southern Athli tic club, "find tn niely illllliult to bleak .-.way even if tliry would. A friend of ml no, who j a prominent dealer In hldea and rntll" produce, doing business on Smith Pe ter street. Is absolutely n slave to the habit of wearing roses in bit button hole. I have known him for a number of years, yet ilu.iug the entire pi-iin. of our ncquiilntiince I have never seen hi in without the customary nosegay on the lapel of his coat. If lie loses cue be hunt a Horlst' shop and l.nyu nu mber. Winter or siininu r ll Is Ih" same thing. Wlun I twit: .mI lain alioni It be said that he ht'.d w ol .1 roaebud l so long that ho could not Latent I'.lj business or f"i I ninforlalile iinlca th posy was 111 his !ri lanaidc. His father had dene tin- stitno thing la . 'ore lilm and In addition to Lilt:, he, toy fiiitil often found It li:iioslblo lo r'eep un less a vase of ro ca was on ui' table In hi room nt nl tlit. Ho Is nil ebuo Into riksebnd Ih ml." Now Oi loam Tlinos-Deniocrat. At ll Arrsln. "I there nny m tleiilar iiervoua rotnplalnt en.ui, olci! tci;h y.v.ir profu, slon?" asked ilc C iiHiful Idiot of thl rlrienmn. "i'lu re ia .lie ti r.ni.t .'.."ta the bicycle f.ji-c ai:d ilro baseball arm ami I thought Ho re tnlr.ht bs tn'.i'' thlng of the iit anion- you gunnoia.' "No." jld the ildtniaii nolliliig o the Kort." "It I very queer." raid tho Chcoc. ful Idiot. fiinirliifuUy. "I ilidu'i run pee you e-iil.1 l it the target wLhoul taking shtrpslioeiLuK pains. "-Indian' spoil Journal. Italy. Dit'.y la "n tl' ll something thnt vo 0j ta e:irebo.!.''- ch-c. Tli'-re l-n't it importnnt duty thrt nrclrv to tvrtlt f'T Ih mitli iii'M of any ouer.tiuu. Da u it trew ynt.r-r!v.-s. t!.cn. ta r...:'..f c Cui. nil, u 1. r.ito. ( na n mpti-in It enr only I ii .'.U. Slit. t". r, ui., Nov.S.'d.'i 1'o'i oiic i icli a trnl:i that rv I t IIIIO is I id tt lil'll glll sl L.IH'1 llOlllC- , ,., .,'.,1 i.ot ,i m fcm r- ,a tvw'i.l wlat ia nllU l.tlt I Still., Biiaaiilllr. im. Ilril fti.ir subsMittfS to . Sit:r it f sic ii ii if s. It wont .r yon. Aluts imiit on A':S Kootbrr. lt4 e Ti r4'e I n4'fleV 4 X. yl ..-. .. e)kee. ' FAT ENTSJRADEI.1 ARKS rt.tnlfiaM MWM U I'tlaakUStUIV mi LaV emiioti. k"1 1-r "I't-t-tii t'0tt. rHt-)iIA t e4, I' ilkitk D AUa.U U toUaW U V. OPIUM llskllt i tl I.t Isitri. nMH, ll I l--(-"l ,ulw.lr,n BlSA4k nt.a I Mtis. I,' in-' lrt If III Illlir It t lllllne Tnlh, ii Mt.v ui i r i m. ! i " ii ,.a i i. tiaa .1 uit." i k.H.iui jMiir In I til .111 iMiUmc, A lli'i'li st t 011..111 li oi.o ttlul ilnts iiol icil lo r iloctor i t f ry tiii i-n. I. in-iMf ul I.K-ltsff Ouiit ar Sniat i'i, i.i.wk.i iriii,M..nf M D VOW Ut. iT. eauuisaioa. Caaa. T. N. I'. Iltil'l().'.'iiin!), Wben Antwer.ng AdverlKrinrnla Kindly Mi'tilmn I tin l'airr. BIG AND GOOD. Wy at ft . I l W If Sometimes quality Is sacrificed In the CliOrl Q give vv& 4U4iiiiy iui uiiiw utvAv Hut once in a while it isn't. For instance, there's " BATTLE AX." Thi! nlci! Is fcirrcer than vou ever saw ) before for 5 cents. And the quality Is, as . . . kt ril " r-i J vll vv-iv-I " illy av 1114U1 ttoa saiwf tiutuy iwtjwi Tncre's no rucss work in this statement 1a f- I i - I I 11 13 IU a CiaUl Idil. f v'At! You can prove it by investing; 5 cent! H ' 1 UI IUM . -c". 't,.r I i t r .. - .V.- -A. il-trlllijrT-tVrf.r ti.'ttai -. .tis-7Mi..i.s.-.3-.aii H'iJrV ' L "