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IDEAS IN FURNITURE
AM IRA Or ARTISTIC EFFECTS AT REASONABLE PRICES. i toiMMta Tfcl Are laoirllr.- Oak ami tl,nI""' I'atialar l little aetl eaerii. I am i lor Hriro4urltig la til. I lll.,.ru- I'trM. It U gratifying fart to people who BTB Interested n making the lnt nor Of their borne attractive that never batata baa there lieen a time wh'n i beanflful and artlatlc effects rould produ"d for ao comparative ly nmall I BM outlay of money a at present. tha New York Tribune Reall) Bn fBftnre now told at extremely rn- aoaable price It ! Dot only of gOJ.I ajaallty aa rega, In design It in of r. in trkab'e cio I If H claim, in rrprrmi lb . tv.. ol a particular period. It does ao faith fully, and thrr i mMom a Of conflicting patterns. Thl raaull baa been bronchi about largel) ibrorgh the Increased kaowNlr whtih poop c IB general hare acquired rcganlng TPa of furniture They know what thap are lof.klns for. and if a sales MB abonld ibow them a table or desk copied from the empire rerlnd. and an Bounce it ag a ,,P(r ,,. ,,,, xiV l i colonial design, then- would he small daagcr that his description would haw MM ffr. I The umr eduritt of buyers haa made Ita Influence MM lao upon the modern atytea which do I not pretend to rrprndne. the .mt'ipic Btaiple. graceful u0e. ,re commended and pun hated and (here I absolutely Bo market for the clumsy, towering. oer ornate artlrle whlih were seen In almost , w ry house within flf Of twenty years in It la doubtless true that eastoaaara know more about Iba style tbaa lb do about the material of furniture Many people ?.r content, ao lone n an article npprara well and look aa If It had Hie qualm of eadaraaet tabe it without laqolr) aa to the wo i of whleh It lii crow posed It migh- h thought that till would be polnl ascertainable at a glanrc. but lbs arts, of raaatrtag and -mining have I ao highly developed f late that l ible.i and ehalri are frnpiontly not aha. thejr seem " If one were aiked to name the two Mada of wood whleh are moat use I at present for Ihe nianufartiire of all kind of furniture, osk and ma'iogauy would suggest themselves at o There I no doubt that they lastly hol l flrat place The oal. admlla of mi mas) differ, m kind of it. I'mct.t t I . TO BORE A HOLU OF LIOHT wT fx ... lt H N rliaki Lag la, ( Wort i tar, Mass.. hi patented what h rails the l.ugiin fog dhaatitr or fng aavl gator. an apparatus Intrndi-d lor use In the pilot house nf i men i, ,ni m.H or Ihe running lower of ,i win diip 1 1 v means of thl the pilot oflcer will be able lo mv with i. rfe. t do.tin. i' . objeetf ... . i Imi Mi 1 I. . .,, dba denet fog Kxpirimentii bftve ba n maile m It Inn garbor, and wit li . rudel) ron trurted maehine ihe walla of a brick MHMflg feel away (mm the month of Hi dlspe.l, r were ro i learly rtelbte throual' a d. I t I. ndh luu g bricks rould lie e. i l ll IllKUluhl it Without the di . li. - u i ii i iii . .. MIbIbi i a dlatanrc of flftj feel Ri pert cnalr.eer-i . ,. . m and aid It wa n grea! boot lo -h iiplng rear and I cOVtiad with a ibhk diek of giaa. About two fii t ft ;n Hi.- raai end a pipe of the iame dlui -. the luii. ir. in btlow at an obtuaa aacta with ihe fiuwnrd seetloo Th aaetlon la made through a nori of turn- i M) sBade sit.i il.le (or . ,, i 1 1, ,u ,.u parlor fuml me In , ,( ,, k.,, , , Blacaloatu.il. urn un. ii al H ,,j )n Id Ita Bali 1 B blgh poll li ami II Is aqua tlva whan stained a dark brown and provide il with a dull fin ,t. oM English Mb Mllad from Mi awj) i. . i, tni plecea ate i u' ' n in tree, i mo.i high of l bainti'ui i,. i n, ii K i and flrm In teatnre, oik admit d elab orate uar v lug, a ben pal arli 4m.u. . . . Kcarly all the good furniture wnlrb h finished to an ethe appearance of nil hogany la now actually veneered with that wood. Boon of Mt cheaper pie w ate merely stalutd bin b. but the uar nf tin- ! '' oinlng leaa ruginua Few piece of solid mahogany are sold, on account of their great 'Nt. and the veneered artlele are usually hand MM?. An ...!. fart, not known M moat people la that nnhngany I fre quently veneered iton mahogany an additional proof that this me'hod of flnlrhing furniture Is pr.;C r I aa wll for the Malta whlrh It aive aa for Its smaller coat In th's wry ti e m' beautifully rralrad 1 1 eaa t ib ba e'ert ed for ibe e'erlnR and app'.el up n i --I whir! Ir t'alner un.l I ua d Irable In Its mirkina When the body of the atVcle not niihotany l of an - other hard wood, whlrh. In fart, ar.-w. ,-s Ju t as writ aa a fo mdv ' tax Haaboaaay raaetrtof. All the mbofany seen In the itnres baa i' ' i atalafd ihRbtly. to give it law rlrb. reddish rotor which th- i ttfcJM furr.Cnrc h? I acquired by ba. The variations In tint, from a llzhi brown to a dee i r"d. like that of roaewood are eaund by the different abodes if stain wbkh are tts.. After the oa and mahosaBy. Mreb In It ratitfal tint of go'd n brown and the dellr.:teljr mirVrd blrl's-y mnl are tV nev,t favnHt. s The Utte wcod Is .specially MBBjtf f'r bed n n furniture IHie rraron for the T'T'ilarlty of tkrsa wood ind ihe t-la' dlrappearanre of such old-time arl ctle ,i rherry and bl.iek v. ilnut h to l fourd In the lorality In wlurh mot Amerli-an furnliure I made i,. day. This, cenrrally sfeiklng. la In the weal, and artlnilnrly In Ml hts. t. mIii n tin rllf of OfMi Itapd la wil known 01 a renter of th" furBliure Msktafl Industry. Naturally. tbo kind of wiM.l whirh are mrwl MM MalaaMn in the nelgliborhnnd arr MM aidcf n d t)vk llrch nBd Plate are if thl (taM w'ulu ehcrr) and Mm ' walnut are searrr and i on fcqueiiilv i hi no fljure The tlran'' liijii fu raft Bra hi a raaaatataoc even hue and most of thr s Ml Pf he Nw York d. alt's nmn fr'.n III. 'e Kitniltitie doci not rBBfltB In aa rapidly aa do some other artlrUa of dilly use and the MMMM. VBft MM effeeifd. it 'Hilly .it some l.ini in MINrt' fwor The gradual btall Hon of tin. wooden bedsicid and It rrplarimrnt by the metal one la at lliu. 'i. H on of this From Ita been ninK n f t, ,.go whin t4 . '. a and dainty looking brtaa bed wa rari y. thi prngie ha' roft'nued i n III In-i'jy l)H skatefa aiv they sr- .ell INTO THE DINSMT ( OQ ISMa, aIi!. h p. r,n Its th iilook tun. I" I- olut., it, .,., dltctlon d-alied up and r"owa, fmni nne side in the Btfcl I I I.. 'lpe b, ott , i.inrrl with ii blower down in the .rueel. When lha dlspil'et Is In BM the Idowir sends a DowerfBl irram of all up througli the ptpa Into Ihe tub", gad me i-iirreni nurii. a into ihe fo. bornn: a hole through It. It weic. Tim ae 1MB on tin- Msfjaaaied sMMtara i two foid Tb f. la rolled baag In ever) iin ik a, ibe h r.i pn u... , f ih- bin l,r,",,ir" Hag InRnan e. the mul ture ib luapaaaoa rMdaM'i and falls In rain A me.it uiiii of e.r aitum I ' "I II ap x hi ihe mmith o( ihe tube results. ii 0( plH al ihe glass al the tear of ihe tube, and he na 'u Inio Hie howa'a of the fog With It aid a Bitot .an readllv pleb i hi bwoya iii a fig gad keep mi eve mil fur ve e'a al ead. Will a powerful biowf lha Invei :.i Imbji to rttaka lha f g llspaler naaful al i.imhi I atolH H made that the d!per ltd li" rartlMhll ex apt when the II- aolng at ii foW rate of speed. hu b ' . u-'oniary wh. u there I foggy waalher. tic I Bra oi three of ihe newer kind t. i civ one .f ih. old I Iii r . uu. ,ne -tilt loldlBI thut own. being regarded In aaaj prop gg ipiUBpeaaabh arttetoa f be IPOBM furnllnie. but there la a ' I iMogBcp to rvplaea them with kM -Mffonler or chest of drawer and h tolle' table The tatter Is Intend I principally in hold the mirror, and minllv has only i n small drawe". he Inur eldotu get some'lnie Ihe If i man g . led oyer BASK BALL GOSSIP. 4k CURHKNT NEWS AND COSSIP OF THE OAME. Ul.lng - i,r a l ...... ,i. l.. ..( . I ..i. .if I g iM,ng Uli ager le. l.lir- III- ii.l.il t larreal Italllng Mrrak. ANY base ball eranks often won der what Is the cause of bat flag streaks. For in stance, a pitcher ba tuen holding n team of heavy-bit-ting o p p o n nts down to two hits lr2m jM and no runs for sla inning MM sud dnly In the seventh Inning, he la , loin bid up for half a (linen solid drives III quirk Slireesalon In the eighth, however, he "settles down" again, and there I no more batting. "How is It that his pitching la easy in me Inning and . an not be touched In j tbe others'" That's an oft-repeated question and It has lieen an-wered In various ways. Thr best solution of the problem eotne from Manager He lee, of the rhampion Motions He iay ! that It la simply a question of sizing up a pltrher's delivery for a single in ning and then losing the streak, be rause th- pll.her is rleycr eliongb to change his tactics Saws lekM "I have alws). tnstiu ted my piayer to study all opposing plteheis Men like Itu-le M.i kin. No u. .Is forbett llotfer. Ilreliensieln gajd th rs of thai i las use their head- si, w II that their I ii. lung Is far mot. Ultil than lh pill. lie ha i BB) idea of. For five in nltigs or so the liostons try In rain lu hll Rusle. we ll saw. We wa'eii hu M livery i irefnlly. After a while wr p r haps dlrer that he Is u.dng a sbw ball mlved with his speed or Is work ing M with a curve kept Just out -Id" nf the plate. If we gauge him cor rertly we try to htl him M ordmrly Finally We believe that we have him sired up right, and one of our b.itm-n balls out a hll kaBto pays no attea Hon to II. but the next fellow pn s mil another one A l hint drive Is made, and Amor begins lo realize that we are getting onto his curves literary speak Ing He prmptlv rhlfla his style, and In the next inning If he Is In good form we find that It Is accessary to study him all over again Of course many batting streaks are due to a pitcher losing bl head and not kno.v Ing how to keep opponents in check Ital'm-r. itM can do much by worklnz up aMhaaMaM among themselves and rallying Just as the New York Hus tons and M.altlmnrew d.l many tlm list season It s Invarlablv the case, however, that pitchers who know the r business can. In almost every ln'anc. ml bailing streat short by changing their deliveries." tin IBM In, nn l.ra.le. Tbe "mlmit league teams now are m.iile up to a great ext. nt of good, o'd "ha lieena" of the nat'onal league tine would imagine that the mlm i sBgfjaa toungstera would I en 'fir gnur- 1 ly by being thrown in ..intact with th I veteran Judging by the work of III- I majority of youngsters who are tried out I nihe big league every spring on "ma to the .nncliialon that but fen youngsters use major league "cas'-offs" for models except in the matter of bid habits Cincinnati Tlmes.Hlar. kaapaia at Maaa ivaaaai "Jimmy Kogera Imika aa (aat aa a ' . bullet in minor leagm unpatn " says I J. Karl w.ik i.. of -he Washington ' club. "I saw Jimmy In a game at Tn roalo last summer He was (.laying at road base for the ftprtngfteld tagaj of the Kastern league. The exhihl Hon at second base he gave that after noon wns a fine Imitation nf child or MrFhee or Henry Rrltr Jimmy block ed runner off the base and sprltrnl .1 I Otrer the infield after hard hit ground ara. Jimmy i one of the striking , prisafs ot Ihe ery palpable fact that ball pl.ayrra are divided Into classes Ilka burses or prizv fighters As a ball JIMMY ItOCRHS player, Jimmy is a fast selling ptBtar, but not speedy enouth to rnnk as n major league slake horar." i barlea i .iiimsn. Consideral.il' disiippidblmi.il Is e ptesei throllghoul the cities (,( , western league at tba falln e of Pn dent Johnson to appoint Cushmnn on his staff of umpires Mr Join son ..f fers as an exen.-e tba fact ihai he (Cushmnni had made application fur an appiilntmi nt on the nn Dual leBflg staff, which I trite, but Mr Johnson Intimated to Cu.hman MM f ill bis da sire to ainlii bate him on hi staff for the BaSSOt Of S!IN. gpd . on. - . I his entire MtMtortfM with hi work, t bnt without making an inquiry or knowing whether Cushnaan would or would not accept an appointment at his hands he selects his stuff and turns down the man who did the baa! WBTl for him last season Cimhman's frlrnds . feel very sore over hi IrMtBHHil and now hope that President Town a. of th aallonal league will favor ibly conald ; ar hM aaajlsfatron Cnahman aaj Ihe best umplte n the w i atet i laigua glgfl laat aeasnn nd ! will venmre th. ih. aanioa that If appointed on the nation al league staff he will bold bla own with tbe liet har none tossMBBJ la Trimble. A special dispatch to tbe Phllade! phla Inquirer from Amesbury. Maas . contains the following startling bit of news regarding Pitcher Wheeler of lha Phillies "George Wheeler, the well-known base ball play r. who Is now a member of the Philadelphia ball team, la in a matrimonial tangle Wheeler's real name Is said to he Heron He Is re ported M have married Miss Marie Fn nler In 190. at l-awrence Mass . by whom lie had two rh'.ldren. About two years ago. It Is claimed. Wheeler married Miss Nellie MrKinney. a hand some young lady of Auburn Me., and has lived BUI her ever since. It seems that at this term of the supreme conn at Auburn. Mr a Milt for dlvorre was entered by (ienrge Heron against hl first wife on the ground of desertion Mrs Heron the first who now resides In this town, w.n in Auburn at tin time the rase wu c li L::; filled to appear in court ll I a iBfBBBa Vlailer. Mi I'hee lame ankle bother him a little every once in a while. "It la not rheumatic anl It lan't permanent said Hill "I go .a week at a time, an I do a lot of walking, and never have a pain to remind mr that my ankle was ever Injured Then I may inak. a run or a twist and the pain will al most make me cry out Cincinnati stoat errel B4 Milling Jesse llurkett of tin ( In. land team, who has twice led the major league In J Kits F IIIKKKTT batting, is quoted as sating: "The se cret of batting I standing up luth plate and -ti pping forward to m t bail squarely. Tuts Is all there la In ll. The majority of platers pull the forward foot away from a straight line when they step up lo swing on the bal! 'I hn prevents them from hitting iln ball fairly. II weakens the swing ami puts Ihe body In such bad shape that they can not meet ihe ball. They hit un.ii i It and the ball Into th air. A man must le careful and aol pull away Bag he steps forward ll must also guard against stepping for ward too far. for the effect Is the same. It spoils the awing and be swings bis bat too low." BJaaBBfl U. nl hu. e. I. IMAard llauhin. president of I ho tlaltlmore club, has Iwen mentioned aa a suitable successor to the late ('has. H llyrne on the national board. Mr. Ilanlon said when spoken lo on th subject "The highest honor lu base ball governing lr lea Is lo he elected a tin lulu r of the national board This bod) has the power in base ball wield M in legal case by the Supreme Court Of the I'nlte.l St itea. All matters per talataf to the national agreement of clubs n'a, settled by or appealed from i the rulings of the . x.enlw committee are finally settled by It. The talk about an equal icpiesentatlon upon It from the wist and east I hardly to bo considered, for In such matters thera is no east or west It Is one Indivla j Ihto body, formed f ir the protection of base ball a Internet aa a whole. I -hould lie Jn.i a- ..intent to have the entire number western men. and would . feel i hat the welfare of my club and he game in general was Just aa aafa. It is high!) probable that the fMBsf ! will not be llltd at the coming meet. ! ing. but that the Imard will run along until next fall with tbe present flvn member: Pro-Lien1 V..n - M. ,rs Hart, of Chicago: Hruah. of Cincinnati; IflhllM. Of CI. v iand, and Soden. of Huston. Again. II Is probable that wln u tin new number Is elected H will ; be some one connected with Ihe DfOOh ya club Membership n Ihe board Cirrios with It oni rims dut.es In the wav of I iHrge . irmpoadanci and ne (ssltHte leaiing home for the seena j of n meeting several days a for. a tin i ling iH-rur. tiNllli I ..11 III. I I I Charley tlatizel. the m u lateliei nf Ihe lloslon team, was u a leiuili! ccnt mood tiioiilly. ami hid this lo any: "It inakis me fag) a '.it lone some lo look buck and n fleet that I am the only member now playing in llorlon of the icam of li'i and that last season I was the onlv one of the champion Detroit team of H whn wns playing bill n IM MtlOBal league Ve had a cat. hers In that team Char ley Itennett and tin -elf as BjtCBOfl c,, .. i n Batdaia aad BobUbi BauajtsV at II i linrd'oii nud White w.re i n the. basis. Jack Howe was short stop and Twltrhall, Haaloa gad Thompson were in ih.- laid. Brtfulhofi is iha only other phayar of that imm now alayiai and he slinwed by his slick work Vst season that he I -till vc.y much In the giime I line played In ibn, inn Jor leauge rltthg alOCi I have plnyid bull I went to Phil idt Iphl i frnag II Paul In IMB), and Jin . 12 lv-ii w t.' to DotMft, where I pfBMlBaf for nl must three seasons, leaving for Holloa In company with Dennett BrOBthafl and lllrhardrn " Th flrrgs brothers of WtooktMBfi Kv . am ihe blggrst men In ihe conn. Ir. William l i fta H Iprhoa nn welah' Sr? poutuls an I Th BJti I feef IH in. I - gg I . irh- tV POUl d llon'l Iff t unit I I BUM With .a kryst.-ne. MAN AM HI LLFlGHT.i AN ITALIAN ATHLETE ENTER TAINS A ORE AT CROWD. Animal I ..me. 111 . i, ( ntrl I. . ' nt .e.r ISeM-rlbetl In '( BBBBasssea' .nrl "yau tisw Caw hag Is laj.iee.k Kl Paeo. Tex . trlrgratn to Chicago I'lepatch In tbe presence of 2,ut'i pe. tatots at the s'lnza ! I'orrea Hi the clt of Iharaa, Metlcu, Suuday afi rrnoon. Ilomului, the Italian athlete pitted his strength again a ferocious hull In Imitation of I'rsits. the Lygfoft, a BaPMrthtol sa graphically In HoBTJfh Slenklewlez' BBBBBM 1 yuo Vmli.i " Th gOBJhal between tbe llallau and the heaat lasted fully two hnn. v and re nil ed in the bull carrying off the victory Ihe bull was selected with gnat cue by the iMiihoriilea of the :-xican i lly and wa of the short horn variety. Tb BaBM itnlmul had previously appeared In ihe ring In a omhat with the span Ish l ull lighters, and wa us a rinw tiuencr. a fl-ro antagonist. It Ia n Mile of bull flghlrta not In flsht the same bull twice, aa the animal la al ways rendered more alert and danger ous lir Ins lii-i rxpcricire. Itomulus . uteri d the ring clad pnly In pink tight '. He wa i act oni auled by two hauilei i illo. whose mlsalon was to dn Irnot ihe aitentlfin of the l ull while the athlet i tide in n d lo iclze the ni Imal's horns. Th" bull showed grent spirit and activity anil . hargid MBBBjl cdly. The giant apprna.li.il warily, guar. lit g himself with a red cloth in Imitation or a bandetrlllo. The .f forla i f I lie gladUtor w re direct i d lowaid rati hlng the lion s of tbe beaut aa he raised hi head after making a hi.rgp. The man and least haias.et one another for an hour, while tbe gladiator WSJ mdeavorlng to fldd an opening, atooat pOUIBd from the man nnd the animal was fri thing at the nin tub. Finally at a fata IB Ma mom. nt lue alhlctc clinch. (1 hO'd of the horn nf the bull In a twinkling H an e. thr imiwi rful man struck the run. I of the niena head Brat flfleen feet away, while the populace gave ent to a howl of delight The hull charged al tbe prnMrntc man. bat ihe hnndi rrllloa In terferrd, Twl. mote was llomulu tiling through spin-, ami once the hiill' horn grazed his MM Tha Mow BBjajOd the exhibition .and the man limped oil of the rinK exhausted and badly l-ruli. ed. Tiu-n the aU rabbi.- rraapoaad of Mexican penna abuuted It If goal Ml The co-ropers rushei' furtaunl With a larlnt. The bull was Ir.'urlato I ut ihe THINKS HE HAS FOUND OUT HOW TO FLV. Oon n dsms. a Texas Inventor, now a rcsblcnt of Chicago, la pr par. Ing to o'ltldrd the birds nt their own game He has constructed a model (ly Ing machine which, he say, differs from all other inventions of It class In the essential point that it fulfill! its purpose. I'nllke other Inv. ntor of atrial ships, he has not been content lo court danger by some unforeseen accident, and theiefore he haa supplied hla I'evlce with sustaining power of gaa wt.it h Issuflii lt nt to keep hla craft In midair while he la perfecting his system if bXBMotM and control. The gas, he says, will be rendered untie, t s aary n hi experiment continue, fur ihe wing with which hi machine u equipped are sufficient In sustain it In midair In any of the variable mudi. tlona of tha elementa. The Adams airship. Indeed, seems more reasonable than must of the de vices which, have BQBM befote the at tention 'f ""' fMBtlft For shape and :. in- of lot mnCoii the Inwntur has gotic back to find principle and copied tbe 'del of Ihe crow The v.irklns; BtOdtl, which. It l claimed, ha uii'l' t (tone nil teste satlsfai torilj . lUBalata of an aluminium bot BMMl (,,ur (n t In length and weighing fn ir poaaOBi it.toiru.il I in ;he form nf u bird's body, It is divided into two . .nip 'I'u Ml '. 'he upper one of whb h i- lad ga imh whnh furiiisara ihe 1 iff inae medium In the tBMplMod air ship appanitn. for uncrating the ans and djfBgBMa for faralohlai the power to move the BiNfaj will l e stoicd the wings of the Blrfhlp are two In HMhaf III the BXOBal thev extend shout ail feet fr tu lip lo tip, Thev are of pectillit con 'niel on cotuist ng light of them, hurled Itnlf wltb faar- ftll velocity at ihe tin' in). MMM bill, hcwvlly and irnmpled him to cirtb The batitli i lllos saved the man. Fin ally tbe bull was caught nnd hauled from the ting ROMBfM wh M nnis rnlar develniunenf la wonderful, nfter Ihe performnnee. said that be hall often In private matrhrd hi strength with that of n bull, and on every bad succeeded In downing the animal He attributed his failure yBBteTtMj nftetniioii lo the fact that 'he bull had phorl horns, which were exiremtdy dif ficult Iii cat. h I i 11. m Ull.ln's ci'iUnl no nl . P,X Kiiik NfHan'i appointment as gen. eral In Mat of the Hrrvian armv la said to be tin to a domestic revolu Hon III llclgrnde King UaiBBdfr'l mother, ex-(Jueen Natalie, set such a pace It. dresA nml . curt f. stlvitlei thai the pneWet i .f the llt lrt iile husbands eonbl not keei up Brit ll They re nioiiatrated with lilt 'lea. nnd. aa the surest wnv t" in ital I Ml of :'er via. her tfjOBtllBJifl hue I and wag la vlted bark I XTEENTH -CENTURY LETTErt. v . i.i'- MgeaaJ "i llrw (slher sail Mustire. The follow mg copy of a letter, writ ten In IMS by a young ladv when re siding with a lady of rank aa attendant In her waiting ro.ni an office tarrying no menial service with It and much sought after by the .1 lUghters of gentle folk may be Interesting "To my good Mother. Mr. Parke at Hn.umfleld Hear Mothar My humble dutye re membered upto m father and you. Ac. I received on Wednesday last a letter from my ("nltier nnd you. whereby I mulct sin nil it I i.tur pleasure that I lo Bal ' ftl He v M wh it time I do MaM for my lute and Ihe rest of my exer elaea. I doe for tar moat pirt playe of my MM ofiei nipper, for then aaajp r.' .lib. nn I. nl h. ate !i in. alul ill the t.;i rnlng a't r I am icddle I .' i" '"i hower and m wrighllnge n:.d slferlagc aftir I have duae my lute. For tay tlr i . :i 5 I !.' i a. i hover In the nflcr no.'ne ami my French at night before iippitr. My l.uljr hathe no been well these Iim- ill... she tellelh me when lu Is well thnl aha r ill see If llllllird Will ...me nnd lube me. If ahe .an by any neaaa she wilt. I hope I shall per forme my duty lu my Lady with ..!l care and regard tj please her and to behac mysflfr to every one else as II hall hi i ome me. Mr 11 irrlrone wa wilh BM uixine Frldave, he heard nic play ami brought nie a du-sin of tn hliT. I h id some of hint whr i I ragaa M Loadoa. Thus daairfai pn- .lu-' for tny rude wrl'lnge. I leave you li 'he Alia phtla, dcslrlnge Him to In . r. are In mil III liiallh and happiness. Your iibedlenl daughti r, la beer a. I'ltrkf." n.,.r u il MMM tea Ma MMa A M Loola belir, Mla Nellie Uv liitll. lntioiliic.il a unique feature on lha on i h n of her marriage to Mr. William 11. Wisslng After the. ere inony, wblln the bridal aoupta were making their iireparallon for travel ing, Ibe Uriilismalds were not Idle, ihe. ohtalaad several n e Jar full of th.' dried petals of all Ihe VmerlcJIi 11. nil y rose which the groom hail nut the I ride three time each W(ek during the jeriod of their MMBftMaMl six tiinnib. Tli.se numbered l.uwi in. is in all and mule a va: quantity of rose M-tfll A the bride and groom walked from the stal'way to Ihe door they were V Igiirously pelted with there fragrant pilaallcs. Instead of the usual rice. The costliest and tnoet unique gift whn ll th" bride received waa. a square b n of heavy glass, mounted in Cold nnd act on a standard. Within it wit, ll aad flu cold rides to the of cloth M ir ranged tint tin folds ara not unlike the feathers of a bird's Wings. Cotiipllonted devl. es give them all thl MSttOM '.is-e-iei l.v the birda of the air. nnd this motion is ttans mlttetl by strung rod which move up and down nn ,t swund upright rod bjb jectlng from the toy "' n,P With this equipment the model has been mad lo tlse and fill and move forward a' the will of the Inventor. 'Ihe steering apparatus, curiously r enough. Is plat id at the front nf the ship. It la n plane, lapabb- of lieing move I nt any atig'e ami Ha resistance tn the air causes the vraael to respond naturally to Ita Influence The motive power, .a addition to the wings, la a large propeller al the stern Then are numerous other mei hanl al devices for transmitting and controlling the ii . pf power alul the movements of Hu win::, but they are not disclosed, owing i.i the fact that patents have not yet hSM scoured. Mr d:im su.cers with his model coin Inn s blin Hint he Is QBJ the right track. He In made it peifotm ajajrajl every evolution he desired Arrange tmnls arc lieing made to cnn-truri a MBrhlM 1 . liable of can i Ing vim piiiiod . WtlgBt, with which be will continue hi experiment in nIP ,))0II air exM.eil to varying winds. Th" MMtthM of i tul ll br I ii in will then M solved Th" pice aiitltin.il v (.a- lank win give in in .it. it idMBtaaja in iiiM work, ns he w ill not be Mpoaad lu risk of smlden deaeent, As he bci.iroi' llioie pf.flclent In the use of th,. imi (blue, the gll will lie done away with, and In the end he hopes to have a solu to hi of a BMatkOWi arohhxM ffWcl has i or ipad the in I (i ii of man for centuries. Philadelphia Times amount of 7m and in OM comer wna t a small card, which read Pin money fn tn (irandpu Hull St Louis lleniib- llc. 1 aevlly of Hell I.I. Premiers. TtW ' " ' ''a- 1 u pointed , i ,at ' ate ib. o not aeem to shorten the lives of Brfthn premier Mr OhMMtOM, liy I ei.mpletlng his S7th yenr, has broken thi' record of modern lime, which has I eon In. 1.1 I... 1.1.1 t iiainii, lairu Mill - raonUi, aba died g over M miH hu. aell died :u N, lha lathe, of Welling ton in a;. ?rt1 Palmerrfon ami Knri Hreji at si i if iiu- other pi line mini t.rj of Cfneen Victoria who ara daag, 'be Mall nl Pea. nn Ibid s age wns 71. Iba Karl of Aberdeen' 76, the Karl of Darby 'i mi, Vfaaoaai Melbourne s M, and Sir Hobeti I'eels ;:' Nf (ilad tOM ami Stir Hnberi nr ihe only two bromlera who were not peers or did not accept n peerage from the queen Alter ih ipiarrel. Mud Old OMtMlBM Why have you had trouble with il.ls poor Utile bio "" Johnny lai-t-bb ibaughtllv ) "No trouble at nil mi-', t done btro up with one hand.'" Brooklyn Lira. ODE BUDGET OF FUN OME OOOD JOKES. ORIGIN Al AND SELECTED. Tsdslaw lake ' llt..le-i anil ( hrltllaa Ir,,. r I t" r I , ...... I hl lll f.. (nngreas - A Ileal la t old Lea4 -.( Ketea h..n . (laleh. Ta.l.loa laka ' V L S a 'aller It.e hill Where lh -'uiijiiiitaiii s Ilia. A crystal lake it. en lai, Ae.l eft a eh. 1 1 1st .lay s tingiii tS w.Mil.l wateb , jj i piaBMa la Ita th. it r And pla),.. where nas i..w. (ell In the nitrrer leer !" Twe.ild s-k of flow I s and bMM U MM "Bbera the msny yad.lows doe. Jusi lo tell m who can tab All the xwddewa off tba lake' III. But its own ethereal soul, lake the Shadow .ui Ihe wave. Found bag laa n Us hat'l") 0BB In its early pea.etul grate , lu.t Its lit hi irv form forsake . The p (ul shallow mi lbs iakay IV. la a valleg among the hilt. Where sjia.b.w liablly play. Asuie dtatarbig bg aaaaataM mis. A crystal lake I here iay For an Infant s thougbis. a Infant's sake Tbe BBBaad lh waur Va.1'low Iak.." J I. ri ll, ii... Baa, Wal Wathlaa Ver. see mum I wai de youngest teller tar run for Congraaa ; in my state um lava) .f)rr ffie land sake, ome i.i ami have a meal. How did . yoy evrr. (all'sn luvAJ I a W. V.'. I win er pagii. " S4itf Intention. In these tlavs o' aelennflr achieve ' ment ihe follOB lux amudng atory. fr nn th II al u lit laid is not unreason able: rtirently two genilrmen. driving a I wagnBrtfk. Vera amofetng. WbM S i spirit falling from one of their rlgari I srl lite to some stria the bottom I of ihe tarrlig. V ' The flames soon drorp I hem from their seats, and while they wire et ! tlngulshiug the die a loantryman. who had for some nm- I een following IhaOj Bat BBgaBhJarh aUclftril to aaatat them "I have been watching tbe amok for some time" said bp. . "Why. tin I d I vou got give us , not ..c." aaked Urn aaloBAhed tiavei- cr Well, res:, tub ' tr,r.ian. "there I are to many new fsng'ad notions now. i adsvs thought pot were going by 1 steam." i pBaaaaa Bi lenee. Mrs FaddU, Faith OaJrlM Hnw ) tour grandfather ibis ihorning. Ilr.d gel Bridge He still has tha rheumatlra mightv lad. mum. "Vou mean he thinks ba baa tha rheumatism There Is tio snrh thing as rheiimatlsm." "Vcs. mum " A few days later "And doei your I grandfather gttll iierals in his delu slnn that he has the rheumatism" No, mum The poor man thinks . now Hint he Is dead W. blir'rd urn j ylitarday." - Indian!!' Nowa. Xliintttl a alttr. "You hive brtiugbt out my p-ems In splendid shape," said TBag pigasaa In his publisher, us he examined tha ele gant bunting of the book. J "Yea," replied tin jpiMiglicr "tha pun haa ighl tn get something for hla money.' 1 r . ) a t A Csiitl lapad sMh at t Sf a( The postmaster I hear that Trick Trigger Sum has settled with hi cred itors. Barn Hill)' Ver might leave tha "with" out an' strike It nearer kerrect, panl " It. one Swrrt limit. "My brain is on lire! irngh-ally ex- clalliietl Mrs BobfclM us she threw her self down upon the sofa. "Why don't you blow II out?" absent . mlndedly reilles ll.thkln" deeply ab aorbetl in the evening paper A list then he .bulged u flying hair brush I r-r. p , VXtonatrs Silvanee. She "Both of them are tbe aoclal ' season's buds." He "And they look a If they might heeom bloomers verv gracefully wht Ihe hlryrle aear,n rolla around." lies, f Capital BjOMghMl "I iinderatand that laud Dell tenia II homily In debt " "Yea: be la rapltallaed at two miliar , Inllara"