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MAY BK A HOLY WAR.
TMB HUMAN HAK. Mow leeal-t. SODA WATER BOTTLE. Ha. GREAT CONFLICT IS PREDICTED. FREELY 3 I i.n.i mm t Itrlml.u I n l , l Mm tmmtM i hmmm su- IMMMlblllllM rrl)lM. An Amrrban who ha traveled ruu. u rwraily In Europe and Aita eomm home with the Impraatllia thai seri ous trouble U brewing between tbc European and the Oriental world, on Of the uapleaaant thing peed;, i i "th moil gigantic .onfllct yet known botweea (be two great division of ih human race." The (5t ,,- i , ub var U pointed to a the first skirmish in th coming conflict, an. I ib riilag of the hill tribe, again..: tlM ltrltlah . a maulfrstallon of the aine kind. It U In truth a somewhat disturbing fact glrli. .landing on lb to t.nd I urkey able to rail Into the fl-l. Inituti'l) ,i formidable army of MO.uoO men Hut the aultan rotild not lia.e performed i hla feat without European a us, f in r tra!n.( by rarry rifle key tepre.t Asiatic sir, Ml- I ! G r have cers, and . mk I.. .1 It MM ago by !c -n It y Tur- the 'he.r 1 Mi" mngtr that Asia My awake and lirr . ., mi it. :i nioie t:. in half tbi tsrtk'g population, rkw with a giant', strength, to use I: like a glint. The Turk me not the o ily Pltaslal people who have been armed arc! trained In military .tiaiegy by o I i new. A striking Inatsnrc M of . i little concern to the I'nltid Statu. We foi red Japan to open ita port, about half century ago. and now are ratted upon 10 consider what damage Japan ran Inflict upon ua aa a warlik power. Japan's fleet on lb" Pari fir will son lie Magi gf li our own. anil rompo.id of -Lips of i 'it Know Ml.el..e It i mi or I an.ba4 Owl. I'erhapa there la no itaple article of lommerre about which lex I. known, ay the New York IDrald. by th av.r age per.on than huuau hair. It will doubtless mrprlie many to barn tbil the dealvri In bo una hair do not d pend on chance clippings hre and there, but there U a regular hair har vest that can alwaya be relied on. It . estimated i luii uvr I2.WW pound of bnman balr are uaed ant.ual'y In the clvlllieit world for adorning Ihe .. ut men and women, but principally fJM fair aei. The largrat supply of hair cornea from Switzerland. Gerusny and the French province. There I a hu man hair market In the department of the lower I'yreneea. held e- cry Prlday. Hundred of hair tradera alk up and down the oneatreet of Ihe village . their (hear dangling from their 1-el'a, and lniect the braid which the peasant .tepa of Ihe houae. let iiown for Inspi.tlon. If a liargaln I .truck the l air I rut an I ihe money paid n the t pot. A woman a hair may grow to the length of ix feet. A alngle hair will liear up weight of four ounce without breaking but the b.i!r tbu.c heally tried nviet be dark brown, for t lond hair breaka under a .train of to : I a' b .If ounce Dealer In human lialr can toll In a moment wb t!.. r the I c l. I ffrr I f I I hem have la I col . i M i m They d thl Ly rubblnr the r-alre through their fit. ; rn HOW TWO ENGLISH OFFICERS AWED THE NATIVES. DIAMOND AS A FETICH. THEATRICAL TOI'HN. Ts t'raeltle Mraagbt I i i a Ka.et I .... . The Wera Alexaal raral.saaV I lei".".- mtmmm. M etllMeae hNlt ItrW. (altera, Prom Harper . Weekly: The Soenh African native. It aeema. la not alwaya ' 'decorated with the mere trumpery of the tracer wallet o7 of hla own pur- CURRENT NEWS AND OF THE STAOE. GOSSIP r Iteala 111. W.re a braa t.iu.i... " " Urt lh( .,., ummamA: and dla- v mond better than that, are "imiiirt I by rblefa and hoarded by thea. not o much In Intelligence of their value aa If been been r. Inal KlimlM'i of the 'nut II: rt. -I or 'e a one LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN PAHK. i.f lha a ,t moat powerful mml era rarea may well a far It t eafe to pr Ailatb'i lb art of 'tern ariii.im- an peror of Cermany 1 In Ti.rki Ingtas4 ambition spirit Inlan. and tlo OVer 4'l IH it.lHHl i, i. aelvea a a mlllt i ta forging the gon be turned iion It. tween Oitece an I rhrlatlan power that went with It dropped bark Int. of th .! it.a pa. Weat naelvea hour In teuhlng and .i-lllng rle. The et'l lyiug with fit ' -ultlvatlng th flghMug Abva- gfal ' e noralierlii ; uae to aa.erl theni i ut 'it Kurop ' . ii.iy "itll" 'la) If lu the war ie Turkey It waa th town, imt mlaery a r..r It. t Itir r'.nKMi gaatMi I'lan are on fiMit to puri n i- .or th' gowrnment Uleen aire of Ian. I on top of iMik'iut mountain. In TSBM ee. to be uaed for park purpoaei. the l'bliadelpbi.1 Imiulrrr lien, lioyn lon. pre. blent of the Chattanooga N- ; t Ion a I park rommlaalon.nnnoini e thit a bill baa been prepaml for i tit rod ac tion in eongrei grrjrtSg M ,..,.....ii,.. Hon of ItO.dun for thla irpoxe The property. In Wm Ittwl with that about , the Craven ho;ie rerenily acquired by ihe government, will tie converted Into a national paik Tablet wll! 1 1 i I From the lmdon Mail: The cruel He of lienln City having berome matter of hlatory, attention to the Nl ger U being directed to an equally dark apot In the protectorate, namely, liendl. an important town altua'cal , about IOU mllea Inland from Opobo. It i I the large! trade renter la the pro Icitorate. and la the headquartera of the "long Juju Human aacrlttre are I carried on probabfy to aa great aa g I tent aa at lienln. and fttlcb rltea are rondo, led with equal rrulty. At lien dl, too, I bebl a urt of fetlrb rotirt of appeal, to which the native of lit i roa.t town and of tb interior repair j for aettlerm tn of their dlfferenre. A rorreapot, . n- ,t lionny write thit only two Kuropeana have ever asccaai- l ed In penetrating to the town. In le rembrr la.t Major !.onrd and P. Jamea two of the protectorate office'. ; went to liendl. The Journey occupl d , alx day. On reaching any village a palaver wu bid. The f. lendly ehl-fi aqu.nied lu a ..-mlilrile oppoalta the I rhl" of the town, who also aat In a semicircle. Th proceedings opened by the henlmnii of the town walking i round Hie ring holding n skull In on hanl. and wtMtf gesticulating with the other, t the same time uttering rure iiMin all the white men and their descendant If any harm bef-ii the town. people by reason of their vis- I It. After this friendly art th bead friendly chief with the expedition n I his turn walked round the ilralg. rail ing down maledictions upon the iv tin If any harm liefell the whit.- n n during their visit. This beadmsn.who i knew well the efficacy of a new Juja or I fetich, hit upon a plan whb h at tb time had an extraordinary effect on Ibe super.HHous people. n hla prom- ti !! r i in. I t,e . In le lie , )rr ;i bla hand an ordinary bottle of soda water, and at the crltlral momrn:. whip he had exhauated the Hat of ruraes. he leaped Into ihe ring and opene.l tbr bsttts, the rork going off j with a loud report. Rldlruloua aa It I may teem, ibe effect was Instant ane- ' la a arm fetlrblsm The stones bav I rome to their hands by the good, old fashioned method of stealing them frt the Klmberley mines year ago, , hfitr the present minute watrb against gem thieving waa systema , tiled. Diamond stealing at present la practically impoeelble under the ae ullar methods of Us prevention. Be I fore the rigid examination of work men and visitor began to be enforced native laborer were often under ae rret compact with their tribal rulers not to rome bark from the mines with owl a good-slaett stolen diamond for the chiefs use; hence a great many snperb gems are la the dark, unfath omed cavea of a kaffir headman's et tabllabment. Within a few year en terprising traders have made special expedition and palavers for diamonds ao hidden, with the result of success ful bartering for them Liquor and gun have been found useful In some Instances the superstition of the chief stood In the way of traders re covering valuable atones, but. on the other hand, a amall company working on thla line of a.qulaltlon la credited with having obtained wit bin four ! Selaaee aa lha Lariare '..era JM. lb. s-reaefc I.,. Umb SS Kyle, afljgsj KtlU mt T19 3klanr dellv ered lecture be fore the pupil of tb College of Ora tory In Sew Or leans Among other thlags be aald: "l bav seen Ed win Huoth piay iiby lork. and thought hla laterpretatloa of th harater waa perfect Whan It became necea aary for me to play the role myself 1 had the greatest difficulty In getting at the rhararter from my own standpoint, but finally conquered. I had the aam experience m learning Hamlet, lor I had seen every great actor play Ham let, and It seemed to me that the dif ferent Interpretations were exhausted. After a close study of the artloaa of a friend of mine who had recently loot bis mother. I derided that he should be no melancholy Hamlet intruding hi grtcfi upon every one. but a natural man whose grief was too deep to be shown Hamlet was never meant to be Insane, for Bhakapear waa too great a dramatist to treat of dlaoatM about which b knew nothing I stud- month noi less than IMOoih. v..rti, of character of Richard HI He diamonds. One ag buying of a chief .1 than 20 rarata earh. ee.led In of more ftED SNAPPERS MONTHS OLD li , uua. The native, with Aplr. tb- A less. All lan aid srn' tbt that If le would ar and laum M N'i had ihitin- i It. a of ol I gf the west I Irre oil. il- Ckrittui left afi Willi CI one can the powrr be medan world agjnt Mm Thr whole ii able. It will not and perhapa cannot change Plainly, the business of tsscblng It th science of arms and j selling It gun la perllou. Now that Turkey ha. been awakened slid Ita im mense army iiersuade.l that it Is In vincible, the powers of Ktirope are at loss to know what to do about 't. England has retreated far Into 'he background and the otl.er i ; . a the concert are .car.ely e. dlamavd with the exception ..f liermany. whose ' rash ruler Is playing the part of jn Incendiary In the east Prophets of a new conflli t between the hordes of I Aala asl Occidental leeciples are not without some reasons for expecting a struggle thai msy tax the energies if Chrl.tendom. la.y.l In Ihe I lil.ia. Labor unions are perhapa a llttlt atrb t about Ibelr rules, but the inno cent reader l. under no obligation to accept as literal truth the following atory printed by the Cleveland le?a l r. The best in w. paper, will aomrtlmea xaggerate. There waa trouble at IkM Maglnnlses night before li.t Mr. Maglnnls had Just made a tine ban h of "ketchup.'' whlrb ahe left In lh kitchen When Mr Maginnl. .: .' home he went Into the kit. hen for a I drink of water, and presently ..veral 1 "dull ihuds" were b' ard In the back yard, laiud talkinie !... Mi and Mr. Maglnnls followed, and at one time the sound indicated that some thing like a fight was In progress When Mr. Maglnnls fared forth, next morning, one of his nrlghlHirs asked him if he and hi wife had been hav ing an engagement with burglars. "Not a bit av It.' aald Mr Maglnnls "I trowed Mrs. Magiunl.' ketchup out O' the house, so I did " "Why did ymi do that?" he was usked "Why did I do It? Hay. I'm a union man " "Well, what lias the union to do with your wife's ketchup'''' "If I had 'a' left that ketrhup In me house I would lime b' eti spelled, said Mr Maglnnls "How ao?" "Why. there It was ten o'clock, and the ketrhup wiirkln' over time' The union don't allow that Not a alt av It!" gisssaesal s lit. itesim'i Col. Ingll llamilloti, who led th Scot drays M Walerlixi, was u (llaa gow man. I li Ion. I wa mi de voted to Ills regiment I tint, having lost both arms that day. he held thr reins In hi. t.'elli. made a tin.. 1 liarc at tint head ot lil trooper., and fell dead. latia I the monuments will be .tatloni park. The battle of Lookout was one if the t l.l the It opened at daylight, on Sherman attack on the left mm 'ng over latokout mouri'; right, was deled In rroaalr nooga . reek imd did not enemy until about 3 o'clock To relieve Sherman from the for.e. con.entrat- Ing upon him Thnmn. In tin . enter charged up Mi .binary ridge bcfnrt I Hooker attacked the confederate lft Hla troops, under Wocul and Sheridan, once started not onl ilrmnln . t. trn from the rifle trrti. he hut follnweaj them up the hill, carried the works on I tbe crest i.f the ridges and routed the defenders, pursuing them 'tntll dark and rapturing many prisoners The troops in frnt gf Sherman. unupportrd on their left, also retreated accord - rhtefs, women and children -straight fa fM, The people were profundly Impressed with what they i-alled ' the " '.:' U. it, . e, I ,,, ,. :,,,;.. jir. Ing the whole Journey the letting off of soda water enrka always bad tb desired effect of Impressing upon the people the power gf the while man's 1 1 i' " linn! lb ud. the market waa at once closed, and the Intruders were warned to leave Immediately. They departed on tbe following day without being attacked the hlef fear Of tbe people evidently being that they liould penetrate the mysteries of tho Juju. Nothing was actually seen if ati of '... H i tit. - a- f ... !:-, ; -rd that these were performed a Itttte way out of the town. It Is probable that the people will still remember ihe aoda water Juju and that It may be in Important factor In coming to an un derstanding with these mysterious natives It AN ENORMOUS SAPPHIRE neighi I. em from OsjBSaM V. m laSB ...n Welsh. I1 K.ral. The Loudon Times Irlts of a Ceylon ' sapphire in that rtty. the property of MaJ Hen Itoblcy. whb h Is not lesa ro- merkable for It. alte than for Ita trig lureni y and HM brilliance of the npt le al effe. t. It can sko The weight of the gem Is Mi karate and II Is of a dark, milky .. lor. pert, ly trans;iar ent and flawlcs. Ltthcr sapphire have lierti known, but they have usual ly. If not always, been dull and muddy. I Instead of having the clear, translucent j color of this specimen. Hut In addi tion It Mieses a property o caab mal ty found In slightly rlo'tdv or milky Ceylon sapphires and sometimes In i gems, too which greatly enhance Its value In the eyre of liellevers In the occult powers of precious stones to rog- ' fer health an.) psgd fortune on their I weanirs It is a star sapphire, or aa- terla. That Is. bring rut rn cabocbon. It displays a beautltJl opalescent star, dividing It six rays at the apex, which changes Its position according to the movement of Ihe source of light l. which It Is viewed II v employing two j or thrre sourer of Mght, two or three gf these star can lie simultaneously seen In the gem. tty furthi r culling it g said that thr benutv of thl. stone could be still more Increased, but. of rourne. at th expense of Ita site. I'erllnenl ejue.llon. a. the nrst year that 1'armer An drews had taken hoarders, and though be conscientiously tried to serve them, be found the task almost beyond his powers They were fast Id Ion. and ev en ' fussy." They seemed determined to be more than comfortable, and had Bo hesitation In complaining when thry were not so. Hut evidently th Andrews farm did uot altogether dls p . f r !..) i. .: ,.,:y it u bed the aiimtllrr. but stayed on Into the fall. Then their crying grievance be came, not the thickness of cream or lb saltness of butler, but the difficulty of keeping every corner of ihe old fashioned room as warm as tropical summer one day Parmer Andrew waa railed in from the woodpile, where be was vainly trying to do a fore noon work. This was the third time he had relinquished axe and patience tOgSsasgf "Mr Andrews.' said hi boarder, somewhat frartlously, some thing must really I done about tbe temperature of my chamber. Thl fire place Is not sufflclrnt for so large a room " The farmer stroked hla grli- gled beard, and tried to speak serrnr- ly. "I'm ye up a stove, ma'am!" aald I obi .lorage Ky.trjn. It. l'ee.roU I'rmril In lie 1'mntal.le. From the New Orleans Times-Demo- rrat When a guest of a Chicago dotal orders red snapper and Is delighted with the palatable dish that I set be fore blm he does not know that the fish has probably been out of tbe tao for ten or twelve months, but surb la often the caae. The guest never knows the dlfferenre. however, and on- I ly after he baa visited penstrola and railed on Sewell C Cobb or some of his men does he understand how It all happens. Mr. Cobb has Just ended a visit to this rlty. He Is an Interesting man. He ran tell more fish stories than anyone ever dart repeat, for he I the very origin of the best fish talea In the gulf states. He owns twenty four fishing smacks, which Is more than any other one person cm boas' of on the gulf. It msy not lie gener ally known that all ihe red .napper. for New Orleana come through Pensa rola The same Is true of Chlrago. Mr Cobb waa once mayor of Prnaa eola. until he found that he rontd make more money running fishing smacks out to the ground and sisp ; plying the markets of the t'nlted 1 States. That port prartlrally baa a ' monopoly on certain kinds of fish, and for this reason It has been necessary to Intent a ayatem by which the fish ' ran le kept in rold storage for an In i definite length of time oftentimes a year having elapaed from the day the finny specimen was hauled In and the time it was served on the table. ANTS AND THEIR MILCH COWS. feiM ... itf Villa ii. f,,r the VI ... I. frtr.l Hone; I lew. The fart Ihst ants used aphid fot mlb h cows was discovered nearly a century sgo. but the special care given to their live stock has hern a subject of more recent study, says the fhau tauquan. Almost any one nay have observed snts running up and down the trunks of trees and shrubs. It no Joy of climbing nor desire for a wide outlook that leads the gat to ascend trees, but because the leave of the tree afford pasturage for their small rattle, the aphlda. These little crea tures exude voluntarily drop of a waa a politician, a diplomat, and th king of England, a type of man such a Is found now In th ward boss If Richard III. had been such a character aa tbe older tragedians depicted htm th people would bav incarcerated blm." fieorge Jubin, a Pren-h dramatist, thus formulates the rule of popular stagecraft 1. The popular drama must be directed rather to the sensibility of the public than to ita Intelligence; It must seek to stir tb audience and not to teach it The public gos to a How" a vary ; ... ;. 0f who trot turns gaowf to s'ldUoee several yearf ,jja la tb production at Daly's of IassV faat Prodlgsss," tad who waa 1mm diateijr recosjahwd aa an oauaVavliy rlevsr artist Tb art of paotoaaln ta eitremaly difficult, fog tba must coavay every action. everything to the aadleace, and osly tboa poMisai at ajsjlrfc pl llgUssV grace aid unusual tnutllgeoc ar able to go through a port In pantocaln without boring the audience Madam Pllar-ktorta M gcsrptlooally gifted la that b I Me to portray every mo tto by facial expression and paato mine, and ber work is delightfully daiaty aad srtlstb 8k recently mad a nw lurraaa la a harming littl one art paatomlme by Vane Thompoon aad Aim Larhaaa. entitled "In Old Japan." presented at the theater In tb Aatorla. New York most magntaVnt and newest hotel, and ah win bav a prominent part la th production of "A Pari Modal" at tb BIJoa. M rg.tet Robinson was born la On tario. Canada, on Dec tl. 1172. but hr family moved West while she waa a baby, and tb early years of bar Itf were passed In Minneapolis. Minn., la 1 which rlty she made her professional . debut, in the stock company, ta Uto. Tb same jeear at waa engaged by I August in Daly for hi New York the ater, but waa unable to fulfill ber con tract on arrount of Illness, so returned h .me After recovering she accepted 1 an engagement with Minnie Madderr. The following season she played a small part in "The Stowaway." The leading lady having been taken 111 th night tb company opened In San Fran claro, Cal . Miss Robinson waa obliged to take her part at short notice, aad succeeded so well that h was offered that position for tbe next season. She refused tbat offer, however, aad ac cepted one from Cbarlea Frohmaa to play Mrs Gen Haverhill In "3hnan doab." She baa remained under Mr. Frobman's management ever since, ei ceptlng one season In wblrb she played leading parts with Wm H Crane ap pearing in "HI Wife' Father." a Nell Hillings, In "The Senator." as Mable gf I AMO as iMee-rwast CrTfl (mas lha iDOtga Herald I The aorjoa of th Prsaa to daasdlag to tear sVrwa aosjo of mw r Unary y theater to listen to a play not a ear- 1 Denmaa, also In "The Governor Of -lg"- tbat. la optoion of th mash pspli. w mm soon to aaster xqsssa aa era of The fort 1 Beat ion Ut 1 isassatlsj which is route mplsted by th pm-we-l are those which ar SjaStO I to Parts aad which played part la th defena of tba rtty at the) time It waa baaleged by th OoTshssS , army twenty seven years ago. Bat tassy French bav beam taught wiadota ksg paat experience and a pUnnoi .ad a few year ago a ayatem of fortification erwttal PmM which are probably uaequsUad for th purpoae for which tLey ar Intended by any simitar fortlflcsrtion la tag world. A well informed military witt er, a member of the general staff of tfegt German army ha given It aa bMopfsV lon tbat a successful siege of Paris would be, under present condltJosss. (at imprwslble undertaking. The now for tification that surround th Frendb capital are soma fifteen or twenty arils from the rlty and are connected wttk Pari and with each other by a rstftvj way system which would eaabt tea French 'omnucder to quickly moan at one point a vary large body of moo. while the general of the t lllsfftssfj army. If b wished to prevent th mV. from obtaining supplies aad taaa sfMft In the people and tb army that waa defending It. would have to occupy a F.u extending over 100 mile and bene could net by any aaaalkssstf coi lact a large number of hla fore at any on point to resist an attack of XmT enemy. It required a Oinaaa army of. sppre.xlmately. it '0 men to lay t to Parts from Sept. 1. 1170. to 10 1171 but the authority w rafor I) la of the opinion that to repeat too same operation a German army would have to number mora t 2.W0.000 men and tbe work of taint ng such a force and property haSsf. ling 1U porta would be saHsastMffSJ which few governments would earo It undertake, and few military roarassaaaV ers would he able to efficiently aagkej form. Beaidea, the, great sajstf fortifications would give to tb of Paris. If their rlty waa again bo slegwd, n opportunity to obtain manff of the smaller suppllaa of Ufa I suburbaa district, alnr aa tb of fortification haa been built It be aa though th line ot def Boston took a circuit which from Marshflel.l through Walpole. Framlngham. Concord. aa dover and reached the water again at Gbwrester. If the tide of war was kept thua far back from our city it la eaay to see that we should not suffer aa Intensely a l( It war UsTrtaat oat almoat within our munlclpaJ area. Tbo French have spent upon theataJHyWjasBj tifications an amount variously esti mated at from IJO.900,000 to fa0.0M.OM and hence can well afford to sell th land occupied by some of th bow af f a aajaatmtloa aaro. MADAME PILAR-MORIN moo. 2. The emotion must be varied Baa tb comic mixed with the pathetic. Long-continued terror or fun is too grant a strain for simple souls aban doning themselves entirely to tbe one or tbe other for the time being It is aood that laughter should stop th flow gweet liquid known as honey dew The i 0f tear and. better still, that a tinge for resets In Pwlsa? Among t',e rurtoaltlea of tropssV plant life are the pearl found ortse lonally In the cocoa-nut palm of tbo Philippine Islands. The pearls, llko those of the ocean, are compoaai of carbonate of lime. The bamboo alao yield another preclona product, In th shape of true opals, which ar In it Joint. process of milking la this The ant romes up to the aphid and pat. It on the hark with her antennae, at which the ftatterrd and pleased aphid gives forth the honey dew. which the ant of sadness should point tbe way to happiness. 3 The play must have a simple and as general a moral aa pos sible, and. having occupied the Imagin ation by means of Its dramatic In- eats with every sign of enjoyment ti I trtcacte. must satisfy the conscience by me nawirst logic oi us uraimeuirai might be seen at first glan. e that the benefits of this relationship arrme only to the anta However, this Is not the rase. The ants are flerre defenders of their flor'-.s. and make It very uncom- be. "Hut I don't want a atov! I want I 'nr,,,,' fr the many Insert enemies or the aphlda. Some apecies of ants MM .heds over tbe aphlda upon the trees and other species remove them to thr safely nf their own nrsts; but the sperlal claim of thr ants as aphid hMV lies In the rare of the aphid eggs, which are shown as much atten. Hon as their own Ursula In rruiirul Mother.. Hlnce the queen uacenileil tile throne . I,,, I.. .11 te. kohcil fiat over granin have been made of the . tin -lt -gfejl ibinnllon of Mi which bet tni Jesty usually bestows on poor moth, is of living triplets. Tr.'lnis Vllth Th.lr Own lt.ee The popnulallon of Antwerp Inclni'e. ; Germans, who. II Is said, buy lb. it goods of German merchuuts only. !.. I. Hon Whit Ker s.rre.te.1 Hiilll..n Constable lleorge W. Junes, of Cleve. land. Ohio, who died recently, waa celebrated ua thr only man who ever arrested John L. Sullivan It was a doxen years ago and the big Boston man was pitching an exhibition game of ball on Sunday. The law and order league caused the lasuanrc of a war rant for htm. which was placed In Jones' bunds. Sullivan was angry al first, but when he saw that the man who waa to arrest him was only five fet high and weighed only 104 pounds, h laughed and submitted Th men have been groat frlnda vr sine. Net l ike s Motel. First Heiress Here o.mes a man that Is a Hue hero, if there ever was one Second Hrlrr.a What did he ver do First Heiress- He .:,.( my life at thr seashore last summer and didn't aek me lo marry him. Second Heiress Indeed' Intrndim Mi ls Ilie Orillnan I .mr.e ,,f ,, ,,i,. Pip Wouldn't It be delight til to feel that you had ns much un.ni ymi leully wauled? Nip kjaj then kill yourself trying to duulile It eh? New York Journal. A f elr.lUI I I.. .1 Auntie Come line. Freddy, and look nt I'ne new moon frOSffj oir ysj seen lots of moons like thai befurt -Tr. th this open fire. Just as I have It now, only 1 expect It to heat the room Just look at tbe thermometer' It has been banging over here by thr window, and I can't get it above sixty-nine 8be swept forward, with the telltale glass In her band, uhd at that moment Far mer Andrews frit his patience snap and fly "Ovar by the winder!" he I I peated. almost weeping with Ihe vex ation of one who has lieen unjustly . i "Over by thr wludrrt Why un der heavens don't ye set It here In a warm place?" aapati i.ie at" eu-irm lie nm Maoad M rir.t. Traveler tin rountry townWha:"s the matter with the people of thl place? Is there some sort of an epl ilemlr r.iglng here' 1 see thai nearly everybody has wads of cotton stuffed Into bis ear. Native No. there Cast-Iron lper ar fait taking ain't noihln' the mntter with us spr Dtsrutstng th evil of long run In one of his harum-scarum and paradox tral article In th London Saturday Review. Mr George Bernard Shaw give utterance to tbe following bit of sober truth "Take tbe rase of tbe great Italian actors who have visited us. and whose acting Is of an excel lence apptrently quite beyond the reach of our beat Kngllah performers We find l hem extremely chary of play ing every night. They have a reper tory containing plays which count as resting pla -rs for them Fir example. Dusr relieve. Magda with Mlrandollna Just as our Shakspearlan star artors used to relieve Rlrhant III and Othello with Charles Surface and Don Frllx. Rut even with this mitigation no artor can possibly pla parts of th tile place of tin- steel i-lei per. on H. rotitit of their greater durability nd the saving when worn of 7 per cent of the original cost by rrmeltlng. Wooden sleepers ore not plentiful. Ii It.- tb f t'cl an . In apei than the cast Iron at first rost; thry do not last so wi II. nor whrn worn can th.y be put to fiirt hrr use. A ssOSfffe ! William Walkn. of Genoa, Ohio, was fined $:,'i and coals, amount ing in all to 13o, for shooting a squirrel out of sea-aon clatly. This is our br.i.. bind", rrtn lar night for prank-In". -Cleveland l.cili I'lu rlaeeo. Company lias been found for the rlty ImlUn til face. An Indian was parading on Ihe Ice Willi bnre feet slid mil. b of Ills body girl who expressed ... much sympathy , aka , ,ero trmprr 1.11 . lie I..IIIICI ii.-i aii.e Ol III COI.I JO II In harvesting winter wheat In the one I nllkelv "Now, If I give you twopenr... syssj won't go and get drunk on It" "Oh. no. mem I couldn't do ech a thing " Pick Mi t'p Vtnlli a. Ill a. a 111. The lurgr.i known moth Is th Giant Atlas, a native of Chins, whose w.,g measure nine Inches arms. who expressed a desire lo see a field of tobarco when It waa plugging out. Mlelgh Mane In 171. chub -e Hal. of w illlamstown. Maas . drives a heavy, riimberiome alelgh made In 177(. Th odd affair at tracts much attention. ature. when the Marquis of l.oine, then governor grnrral of Canada, asked him how he could stand It without freeitng The Indian answered. Amerl can-like, hy aaklng another question, nnmrly, "Why does paleface not fraete tar?" The marquis said It waa be cause he was accustomed to the ex posure of his physiognomy, and th red man gruulad "Indian all faca." Her K.sael I. drawing. Mrs Mary Crane of Deekertown. N. J , wa very much turprlsed to se her hlghly-pollshed and varalihed eaael leaving out the other day. It Is of wil low and the warmth, In (he room work ed the seeming miracle. Kentucky." Other play In which sb haa appeared are "Olortana," "The Ma jor's Appointment. "The Other Man." The Girl I Loft Behind Me" and "Th Sporting Duchess ' The ar th most Important productions In which she has appeared. Thla sason sb bat been especially engaged by Sol. Smith Ruasell to play the role of a society wo man la "A Bachelor's Romance" and Lydla languish In bis production of "The Rivals." Mlsa Robinson la of very pleaalng preaence. has much na tural ability, and show evidence of good training and Intelligent, well di. rected effort. Here are a few crystal of wldom dropped from the diamond-pointed pen ' of Alfred Av-. and caught in th New 1 York Dramatic Mirror Twenty actor gesticulate too much to one that ges ticulates too lilt I. The absence of geatlrulatlon I rarely. If ever, missed, while over-geatb illation Is often of fensive. Not Infrequently action Is the refuge of Impotemy In reading, tb ' proper distribution of the time I the I last thing learned by Cleverne and one of thr things never learned by Me ! dlorrlty. With skill In distributing th time comes deliberation, without which ' no reader can be really effective. No man ran read well tbat doesn't think ! wall. Good reading Is quite as much thr product of good thinking as good writing It. Genius always has taken l and forevrrmore will take. Incompar i ably more pains In getting ready than Medlorrtty ran tie persuaded to take The hatter the generalship the less I left to chance Call a player an artor , that says he ranuot study a part till he hat i hearsed It, and you mlsut a ' word. Crltlrlsm unarc.impanled by reasons Is only Individual opinion at the most. CURIOUS FACTS. There Is to b a new electric light house on Fir island that will aavo tb estimated power of forty-flv mil lion candle, making It tb most pow erful artificial light In the worti 3 Th first book printed tn th llmita of th Vnited Stat waa tba "Bam Paalmt Book," which wat Issued fa Cambridge. Mat.. In 140. Speclmena of thtt publication are extremely raro and command very high prtcta. If th Inhabitants of th fixed stare had powerful enough telescope ta awl ua, they would not tee ut aa wa are to day, but as w wr fifty, on batadfOat years or even longer ago, for It waajf tak light thtt long to travel to tbsas. Mathematical ralculatloas show that tn Iron tbtp weigh tw nty-seven par cent leu than a woods a one. and wilt carry 111 ton of cargo for every its) ton carried hy a wooden ship of th same dimensions, aad both loaded to the sam draught of water. The president of the Agaatlx Aasss rtatlon. Mr. H. H. Ballard recently raugbt an ant near Its bill, shut It ap In a box, carried It ISO fast away, aad set It free In th middle of a ihggjr road. What followed he thua daacribaa: "It seemed at first bewildered. Thea It climbed to the top of rtdge of tsusaV erected It body a high aa paasltto waved It antennae for several tituapV. tnd then started In a stralgt. ii.t far hom." As Airoprlsl Naisr. Shopper Show me som Rip Van Wtnkla rug, plea. Clerk Pardon me. hut 1 don't think I exactly under stand' Shopper Oh. something with an unniutiy long nap. MARGAHKT ROBINSON, fit st ordr tlx nlghtt a week all the year round unleae he underplaye them, or routine them mechanically In th old stock msnnsr or faces a terrible rltk of disablement by ptralytlt, or, finally, retorts to alcohol or morphia, with th usual penalties What w want In ordr to get th best work It a repertory theater with alternit eaaU.' During th week of Feb. 17, while in Providence. Thomas W. Keen will Impersonate "Richard III." for th ..Sooth time Prom th time he flrat appeared In the part Mr Keens ha carried with him a tmall savings bank, and at every performance of "Richard" has plared ft In It. At the end ot each season the box I opened and the con tents depoatud to Mr. Keent't ac count. James K Hackett s recent announce ment of his marriage to Mist Mary Mannerlng. leading woman of the Ly ceum stork company, last May, will not affect hie profeaalonal position with Daalel Prohmaa tor thl itstnn II will return hi part aa laadlag maa Is about threa weeka SUPERLATIVE DEGMEg. The largest maaa of pure rock taJt In th world lie under the province af Galtrla, Hungary. It 1 known to bo SSO mile long, twenty broad tad Ms) feet tn thickness. . King Humbert of Italy Is the moat heavily Insured man In Europe, tbo amount carried being over t7.SM.0M. The late Ctar Alexander III. wag in. tured for f5.0O0.OOO. Walea It the richest part of Oread Britain In mineral wealth. KngtaM produce annually about $10 to mm aero, Scotland a little lea than $19. but tb product of Wsle amouata to over $20 per arr. Sum of tb oldest treee In th world ... . K. f ....... I . n.... tl . . . i n. a I a iv .....n'i i. uir.i m nam. I as tree called William th Conqueror'a oak. In Windsor park, la supposed to he 1.200 year old. Tbe famoue Beat lay and Wlnfsrthlng oaka are at least two centuries older. Th largest house In tb world la la Wlndan, a suburb of Vienna. In tkta dumb lie there are 1,400 room, divided Into 4O0 tultss of from three to ats room each, and they at preaent .belter 1,11$ persons, who pay aa tonus! res tat of ovtr tM.Mff oorlca.