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f THE MODERN BLACKSMITH :
BLACKSMITHS in country towns important posi tions are allotted nowadays. Since the times of which early poets wrote the business of the horseshoer has broadened out to such an extent that he is recog nized as runnjng a shop 'second in importance to no other in town. xn thousands of instances blacksmith wields an infuence in the town council; frequenUv he is the mayor. It is a common thing to find -i,? an oirjprman. and in some 'stances at least, the residence, of the in- a vfflage blacksmith, in a prosperous town is as fine as that or tne Danser. In a great many instances he nas a good store of books; there are nne pictures on his walls. The earnings from his trade are Invested in shops that are equipped with every modern appliance and in many other ways his general prosperity Is made plain to the world. Men in the country now are more particular about having fine horses on their farms and naturally more careful about the way they are shod. There has been -almost as much im provement in fitting a shoe on the foot of a horse as there has been in the work of "a dentist in repairing the human teeth. And all this change despite the , in vasion of the equine field by the automobile! I10RTHER1I PRESBYTERIANS AMD COlERLiDS UNITE Most Important Ecclesiastical Event of This Generation. FEATHERED HATS DOOMED Nev York's Game Commissioner to Prosecute Users of Plumage. SEPARATED NINETY-SIX YEARS Wages War on Milliners nd De - votees of Fashion Who Sell and Wear Aigrettes. FIGHTIJfG OTIMM If TEKJJ Pekm, the capital of China, 13 fight ing the "opium-shop evil." Efforts are ir to reduce the number of dens and to restrict the smoking of I the drug and to curtail the loafing and vice that accompany opium smok ing by compelling each shop to take out a license and to pay a tax accord ing to the lumber of "lamps" in each sh$. The shops are divided into four classes and the fees are graded ac cordingly from U a month to twenty cents for. each lamp, payable on the 10 th of every month. The recent proclamation of the Pekin sanitary department reads as follows: "Opium smoking is extremely harmful to the health and the shops where opium - is smoked are the retreats of loafers. Such places should really be alto gether prohibited, so that the people might enjoy more prosperity, and dens of thieves would thus be done awav with. But as opium smoking has hArome such a habit it cannot be got a f onfirplv and at once. The evil can only be removed gradually. "There are in the outer city of Pe kin many plum shops, and it Is evi dent that the smokers are increasing every day, which is very ba.d. The department has taken into considera tion the matter and arrangements have been made for those who will abandon the habit.- In addition, the opium shops opened in the outer city of Pekin have been divided into four classes and are to bJ taxed after cer tain regulations. They are to regis ter themselves according to tneir classes and the number of lamps for the payment of taxes so that inspec tion can easily be effected. "Shop owners are hereby informed of the regulations and that they are to come to this department for regis tration beginning from the 30th day 1st moon 31st year of Kuang Hsu. If any one dares to make a false declara tion as to his class or he number of lamps, opens shops without license or refuses payment of the tax, if discov ered, the building used for smoking opium will be - confiscated and the owners strictly fined as a warning to these private dealers in opium shops. All must respect this order and not disobey." Assembly Also Agrees toJoin Na tional Federation of Evangelical Churches For Charitable and Humane Work." Des Moines, Iowa. One of the most j fmportant ecclesiastical events of this : generation is tbe union, which is for mally announced, or tbe Presbyterian Church in the United States of Amer- -lea (the Northern Church) 5nd the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. It Is important in Itself because of the ex tent of the two communions; It is Im portant as a political sign, for it unites a Northern cl urch with a church which is preponder.. ingly Southern. . The Nort em Presbyterians have 7. 729 churches and 1,069,170 commnni-, cants; th . jmneiIaod Presbyterians have 2986 churches and 18J.104 com municants. The announcement of the reunion ras received- with great rejoicing at the assemblies of the two churches at Des Moines and at Decatur. 111. "I do solemnly declare and here pub Iiely announce that the basis of reun ion and union is now in full force and effect and that the Cumberland Presby terian Church is now reunited with the Presbyterian Church in ne United' States in America as one church." As with these words Moderator Hun ter Corbett officially, established the union of the two branches of the great denomination, which had been an ob ject of labor and prayer for many ecclesiastical Albany, VN. Y. Milliners, manufac turers of millinery, and' followers ofc fashion will risk prosecution if there be a continuance of the sale and wear lag of aigifcttes. Commissioner Whipple, of the State Fust, Fish and Ga.JiC .Department, nntifn fhrnnMi thft nrtSS to te milling ft of the Ttnte. retail .and wholesale, that his department intend? o use every legitimate means to en force the law prohibiting the possess ion or sale of the" bodies or feathers of wild birds, whether taken in this State or elsewhere. Realizing the op position which will undoubtedly meet hi efforts to rob .woman of her mosf -nonular hat trimming, he says department, being intrusted with protection of bird life, :s desirou obtaining results witnut worKins au hardship to the public and the trade.' The penalty for each violation of the law is a $G0 fine, and an additional 25 for each bird or part thereof so!d, offered for sale, cr possessed. Com missioner Whipple's notice follows: "I resoectfully call attention to our State law covering the possession or sale, for the purpose of dress or orna ment, of the bodies or feathers of wild birds, whethe. taken in this Com monwealth or elsewhere. This law 'covers the skins and feathers, or parts ; thereof, especially of insectiverous birds, herons (aigrettes), gulls, sonsr birds, terns, etc.. whenever and wher ever taken. It is respectfully suggest ed that vou can best obrerve the spirit and letter of the law by removinq ! from sale all such feathe s and return- S J. P. Rickman, President J. A. Maddrey, Cashier Bank of Hendersonyille ( -A-STRONG-BANK- Four per cent paid on time deposits V We extend to bur customers., every "courtesy" ebri- i W. J. DAVIS, President' ' 1 Geo. I. White, VIce-Pres. K. G. MORRIS, Gashl .mm 'iw. mL Be -Soinmetbiall Bank . JrtENDERSON VILLE, N. C. Starts a payings account wim mis Dan k i "thlsi l KAlNdAUlliUi' uciCKrtL. uniMiiAu uiic the I , , li'- 5 O I B9i3?37ww59wWi7Wwi' - 1 .. i -jk i. i'.i ... ".- T'iJ- ' 1 TheGlaude Brown Com fl At ti i -'.' S !lti A I Wis panj or ' A ' " ' We l&uyand Sell Hors'and fliiles. Wagons. ' " ' Buggies;" Hirness; Feed stuff ofVAIi ; Kinds .'I v Wwi11 trade anVthirigr we- have ;for , anything you ve got 8 :,w frne and'see us.' We're : open for business, KEWSY GLEANINGS. -! HA 2) TO EE IMTHESSEV The dflVer of ibe Oaktown stage . Was a person of much amiability and a large fund of anecdote, but bis memory was by no means of tbe best. The inhabitants of his native town made many excuses for him, but sum mer visitors found his failing a par ticularly trying one. v ."That man should be complained of and should lose his -position a3 ex press agent and mail carrier!" said one exasperated man who had been obliged to remain in Oaktown over another night, owing to Ranny Feet's ' forgetting to call for him. - "Well, now, I guess you didn't im - press it on Ranny that he was to take ye," said an Oaktown man, moved to mild remonstrance. "Imoress it on him!" echoed the summer visitor. I wrote my name on his order book in the postoffice. I should like to know what more I could have done." "Well, now, it's like this," said the farmer, with a half-apologetic air. "Sometimes there's a number of ord ers on that book, and Ranny might happen to forget one of 'em, so what folks most generally do is fust to write their names in the book, and then speak to Ranny about it when he's up on the trip before the one they want to go on. And then they ask Lemul, the postmaster to kind of re mind Ranny when he stops for the mail. And then we always deem it wise to be all ready to start in time enough so's we can walk down to the cross-roads and head Ranny off. just for fear it might slip his mind, allow ing time to go back for a trunk in case there's one to be lugged." Youth's Companion. years, the vast ecclesiastical assem-; tfa wnolesaIers, i-nd, fur- 5Lal! lb? ! Sir! by refusing to buy or sell such "a rVriJ feathers, aigrettes, etc kerchiefs continued tor many minutes. Following the receipt of a telegram from the Cumberland Assembly at De , The .public "debt increased $5,7S9.S08 during the month of April. The Audubon Society has for some . Across A-;,r - ! time waged war on the use of aigrettes oe snornea xo uu - i. : made up from the plumage or tne ner- The N0iey ior l"lLa Jl"' - ' al ?ifl on tnd osprey. It is a fact that the p0rts assets of more than 51,000,000, catur announcing tne aaopuon oi destruction of heron has been wide joint resolution autnouzmg xue uu u t tne dictates it became necessary for the Presoyter- fsluon called for the manufacture ian assembly to take similar act on. J aoSSSnS S Sese millinery or Moderator Corbett put the question, t(. which was in the 'J i Commissioner . Whipple says the law and called for an affirmative vote, to sustained by the Court of Ap be expressed by the commissioners ris- Jffe'.hlch involved ing. an instant the assembly hall Pa 8 Wrds ont of the was converted into a stamping, cheer- 1," J on" ing crowd. As the hand-clappijg and ; closea seaon- SkflMSSSj;" GOT RIVALS MESSAGES. Sld "J&&gSl '5 ' I-" Inquirj Ejected ,o invoke please rise." Telegrapn company. A laugh went around the hall, for it ; Cleveland, Ohio. Theevidence which was believed the request was a mere the secret agents of the Government formality and would meet with no re- jiaTe unearthed is said to show, among sponse. To the astonishment of all other things, that through an arrange present two commissioners arose. Pan-, ment with one of the large telegraph demonium broke loose, ana it was companies the Standard Oil company feared for an instant that indignity ; is saij to receive information regard would be offered the lonely men who jnjr every matter, business, political wrvr, Imnorted $300,000 worth of apples from Canada last summer, and fall. - ,v - s 5 The latest census gives the popula tion of " London and ' tlie ' suburbs at 3,581,402. - . '.' . i -.i : i ; t Gifts of $200,000 .and 5125.000 from unnamed donors to , Union Theplogica. Seminary were announced; ' - Twentv-f our thousand elementary school teachers In Ohio last year aver- tged but seventy-two cents a day. Th last batch ot Russian prisoners , .FEMINIZE NEW."1 XOTEe: Mrs. Jefferson Davis' fr.mily is not confident of her complete recovery, Mrs.'" Louisa-"X.' Cnllavd has give the HarvurdiMedical School SoO.000 establish a chair of neuropathology. Anna Winters. aged seventeen. san hor fivf-vpar-old brother's life in Nest York by", seizing a , mad dog by th throat and strangling it.' Mrs. Howard Gould' made a balioo; iscension froni Wandsworth. EugLiud, in company with Lord Royston, Pro; fessor Huntingdon ana otners. ThP Rrnard Collesre shis invite JUSS Ilia JLIilUCll i - 1 .. i-Wo wailos" College alumnae maile ttf their guestof honor at a luncheon J ThP ni!rnntiou-of Miss M:irv F. Byrd from the faculty of Smith Coiiep returnins from Japan arrived at Odes- because that institution, has accept sa recently, making a total of CT.000. . fainted money," has been accepted. l-i.A;oan iWo'TTnitftd States and" ' Trissh women now vote for all officer,1 opposed the union. One of the men was Dr. William Laurie, or Keneronte, Pa., and the other Rev. Roger F. Cres- sey. of Jacksonville, 111. The former was a stalwart Scotch- and social, which can in any way af fect its business interests, Tvario liptwppn the United British Austt ilasia'in 1905 aggregated $38,000,000 and will be larger this year. Commerce of the United States with Argentina aggregates? over $40,000,000 per annum, and is growing v-ry rap- I Idly. : -. . ,. ' Zion City's eighty-foot watch tower, .cf ttmtiin h:itlv Dowie, has iue iiil o ii . i v. " . . - - . By alleged arrangement with one of DPen torn down aud made into side 5 i Z n4.n4-A.1 I the telegrapn .companies, u ij s,all I walks .h .t.- that messages whicn are sent dj TRAVEL "By STAGE COACH man. ana nis personality uommmeu telegraph company ana wmcu mc "i. the convention as he said: interest to Standard, are repeated im- "Greatlv as I dislike to record my martin fplr over the wires of the pipe vote agaiat this union, and deeply as I ; jjne company and thus to the Standard ieei xne pain ot ueiug iuuxu iv u- general omces iu xcw aeree with my fathers and brother's. vet I cannot conscientiously vote for It was In 1658 that the first regular stage coach began running between the' two- capitals, London and Edin burgh. It ran once a fortnight and the fare was 4, which would be a good deal more than $20 to-day. The time taken to the journey is not accurately toiown, but between York and London it was four days. This lavish system ' of communication was not, however, Tiept up, as in 1763 the coach ran be- tweSn London and Edinburgh once a month only, taking a fortnight, if the weather was favorable, to the journey. ,In 1754 a heroic effort was made to Improve the London and Edinburgh coach. The Edinburgh Courant for that year contained the following ad vertisement: "The Edinburgh stage coach, for the better accommodation of passengers, will be altered to a genteel two end glass coach, being on steel springs, ex ceeding light and easy, to go in ten days in summer and twelve in winter, to set out the first Tuesday in March and continue it from Hosea Eastgate's the Coach and Horses, in Dean street, Soho. London, and from John Somer- ville's, in the Canongate, Edinburgh, etc. Passengers to pay as usual. Yat- formed, if God permits, by your dutiful servant, Hosea Eastgate.' In the days of stage coaches people sometimes clubbed together and hired a post chaise for their journey as be ing quicker and less expensive, and Scottish newspapers occasionally con tained advertisements to the effect that a person about to proceed to Lon don would be glad to hear of a fellow "adventurer" or two bent on the same journey to share the expense. In this wav the Standard Oil Com pany is enabled to obtain daily infor this union. It is purely a question be-: mation of the business of their compet- tween me ana my uoa. l nave to op- itors. pose it All of this information, I can Rev. Mr. Cressey said: "This is a flfliiv from aii Darts of this country and by cable from all roreign countries, is sent to the general offices of the Stand ard, at No. 26 Broadway, New York, and there discussed. Several Japanese, wlio recenuy ar-. -ived at Vladivostok. .have been arrest- 'd near the batteries and the, forts ; as . ..... ' '' i , s spies. According to the United States Ceo .ogical Survey the production of" an thracite in 1905 amounted to 69,tf03,lo-s tons, valued at $14LS79.Q00. ; Tn mtmeat of a share.of the French athered rooilation claims -now 100 years old, S. . j I l .. m 'Vine, -trie- rp.' PERKINS NOT GUILTY. matter of conscience with me. not honestly vote for the union. A motion was made that the nega tive votes be recorded. Cries of "Nor were raised. Dr. Laurie was on his feet immediately, declaring: "I desire that the negative votes be recorded. 1 nprpr vpf wns ashamed to stand b.v my vv rvfmo Pnmmitted in Giving In- convictions. CVQ Mnnev to Camnaisrn Funds. The record was duly made. , pPf;rrp w ' Per- The proposed federation of the ernn- rJSzSJf gelical churcnes of the country fr J ;Hn-nriinrmnTanT. was dis- -J " " ' 1 . nr. Curtis, of ' Chicago; nas just ie ceived a check for eighty-eight cents'. Representative. Goulden: of ' New York; told the .House Judiciary: Com mittee that Senate ;:tts at Albany. iN Y have been repor.d as worth ?o0,ouo lyerj. . v ..... . , . ,. THE LABOR WORLD. THE OffE JIEEDFVL THIJtG Acadia College, . Wolfville, N. S., tiad as its president for many yea-s a very able. New England divine, the Rev. A. W. Sawyer who was not given to much smiling or joking. On occasion, however,, he knew how to press wit and even sarcasm into his eervice ,with great effect, and he was very popular with his students. When the large female seminary building erected near the college Aras rearing completion, the financial com mmA of which Dr. Sawyer was a member, if not chairman, was charged la stentorian tones by a minister, fluent ir speech, but without college training, with being guilty of deeds of darkness that needed to be un This' charge of misappropriation of funds was made at the Baptist con vention for the maritime provinces, held at Truro, N. S. The speaker re snmed his seat, and for a little there was a painful silence. Then ihe com paratively slender form of Dr. Saw yer was seen to rise and move slowly and ouietlv out to the front of the platform. The dry old doctor brought down the house by looking up over his glasses and quietly remarking: "The good brother thinks there are some awful works of darkness that need to be uncovered. About the only thing I know of that needs to be un covered is a gold mine." charitable and humane work was ap proved by the General Assembly. The report of the committee recommending that the Presbyterian Church go into the federation was unanimously adopt ed. The preamble to the agreement adopted declaring that all churches which believe in the "divine" Lord ana 1 l.i u. il .1. Thi 1 saviour suouiu uuue iu me wuia. j. , - . nc!xA Thhn A. 1 Unitarians, disclaiming the divinity of 1"'" j. x i i i j j i iHii. auu iun:i taa nrist, are imueu. mmuen. - - . nm,- TVn. kmnntiAd t twnflr imrtrt irhifh If . 11111US Ul is agreed to unite were marriage and divorce. Sabbath dc-Deration social evils, child labor, the relation of labor to capital, problems that are created by foreign immigration, the bettering ot the conditions of the laboring classes. She Ti ller name oTPPnt tho 'members of Parliament TThe Lord Mavor of Dublin is a member, if the Irish Woman's Suffrage ow Mrs. Hanna Las decided to seW vie mere, .the beautiful country bona o. he late Senator Hanna, near and. She will live m rsew xuik u her son. ' " ' ' - Titpre'ii? now in a 'refuge for tl ased in Madrid a . woman who m mt,0Mi. r.inim trv he tlie oiaest niw ber of her sex m tne wnu. born at Granada in 17S1. II' Maria Nieto y Santos. After a lively debate the Gcner PAnnMi r4 of J the, uerormea xvm nh,ir.h At .Philademnia. nas veun tn sAflt tliree women aeicgaies presented their "credentials. It deemed inadvisable to establish a pt cedent. ,; Miss M. :r A; Nutting, superintends af nurses at Johns. Hopkins iiobpu tiosition' at the Teacue College, ' -Columbia-- University.- W York, where she will inaugurate a-u partment, to - tram h women w charge of institutions. NATIONAL GAME. charged from custody oy an unani mous decision of the Appellate Divis ion of the Sunrerae Court to the ef fect that contributions to political cam paign funds by life insurance com panies did not constitute larceny. Mr. Perkins paia 45.uw to me tionnl Renublican campaign fund at 31 C- om The charge of larceny was made aud, Mr. Perkins was arrested. KEBATE GIVERS GUILTY. the moral and religious training of the young, etc. PASS FREE ALCOHOL BILL. "REALM OF THE MIJD Senators Make But One Slight Change in House Measure. Washington, D. C Tto Free Alco hol bill, relieving denatured alcohol from an Internal Revenue tax, was passed by the Senate substantially as reported from the Committee on Fi nance. The. only amendment made in the Senate was one providing that denaturalization shall be done upon the application of any registered dis tillery in denaturalizing bonded ware houses especially designated for that purpose solely. I walk with Plato through the storied Of Academus; . cUmb ' Horeb's mystic with Gael's leader; with Salathiel rove WTfae cK2&H5 world, and the swift cen turies count. v rtA ma tn' narrow hall . ft2..Z "Soit thta day" the all in all! J . M tHe mletity music of the sphere, 1 Tbe chords of the worlds that grandly The stwy of the ages, and the years; A pa"1 to the UIliversal kins vm fancy I would find It great delight Totear your pretty Diva sing to-night! Tvk where Antares blazes, dully red Tbe Scorpion's splendid star in the southwestern sky: &y many worlds like this his flamas ar fed ' Bebold'a mighty solar system diel O creature of an hour and a day You ask me to a fireworks display!" In this, my star-ship through the vasty deep ' ' Of space. I make the mighty cycle of the suit, A million miles In one brief hour I sweep. And scarcely is the race of worlds be un! Must I, then, marvel at the snail-like pace, 4t wnich your engines crawl the world's small face? "v Peace. - peace, O fool! Go on ijir Tjetty way. Nor chatter of what your life's moment brings; I have to do 'vith aeons nor may stay. Urges my business with eternal things. Enjoy your little hour; laugh and weep. Then crawl into your narrow grave, and sleep L St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Roosevelt Said to Favor Taf t. Many public men in Washington. D. C, think President Roosevelt aims to, nave Secretary Taft nominated to suc ceed him in the White House. Jury Convicted Broker G. L. Thomas and Clerk Out Thirty Minutes. francos r?i Rcnrire Li. Thomas, a freight broker, of New York, and L. B. Taggart, a clerk employed by Thomas, were found guilty by a jury in the United States District Court' of conspiracy w;th shippers to give re bates. The jury considered the case only thirty minutes. - Valuable Cape Cod Cottage Burned. The Cape Cod (Mass.) summer home of Roland C. Nickerson, of New Yolk, was destroyed by fire, and Mr. Nicker son, who was, in the house, ill with an attack of heart disease, was awak ened and carried out safely. The Nickerson home was one of the finest on Cane Cod. and, with its furnrsh- ings, paintings and- bric-a-brac, ,ras j said to be worm near.y $.w,wu. Deep Snow in Colorado. San , Miemel County, in Colorado, is j covered with eighteen inches of snow. Telephone Company Climbs Down. The New York Telephone Company, in a letter from its Vice-President to the Mayor, offered to reduce ita rates, invited an inspection of its accounts by. the city and even suggested paying for its franchises. Oil Trust's Private Telegraph. The Standard Oil hearing in Cleve land disclosed that the trust has an extensive telegraph system, leased or owned, and does not depend on the regular telegraph service. Drastic Meat Inspection. . The Senate. Washington, D. rjassed a drastic Meat Inspection bill, insuring pure meats. for home as. well as foreign consumption. ? :- ' . Rate Bill in -Conference.. The Rate bill was sent to conference by the House, Washington, D. C, after Mr. Cooper, of Wisconsin, "had openly charged Chairman Hepburn with con-, spiring to cut out the express company amendment. Milan and its World's Fair are par alyzed by a workmen's strike. The Alien Labor bill was rejected on second reading in the British House of Lords. ' - " The brickyards at Coeymans, N. Y.. resumed work with a full complement of men. r The signing of the scale brought 2500 miners back to work in . the mines of Belmont County. Oli1o, Paris coach builders have decided to continue the strike aud employers are equally determined not to yield. President John Mitchell, of the Mine Workers of America, has refused a $30,000' position ou the staff of a New York real estate concern.. A mercantile establishment in Peo ria, 111., has voluntarily cnt the hours of work of ils elerk?. The store will open at S and close at 5.45. Owinir to sudden . dullness, on the Peru division of tho Wabash seventeen locomotive firemen have been dis charged 'and eight engineers put back to firing engine.. , v Four thousand workmen are em ployed in the manufacture-of --straw braids and hats at Florence. Italy, and 80.000 women and children devote their spare lime to braiding aud pleating. Labor unions in' San Francisco have ned everv means to further the relief work in t'ha t c-i ty. While the regular schedule of wages and hours have been maintained, all overtime -pay Las been suspended. ''",-".: The Louisville Federation of Labor is preparing to take an active part in the coming Congressional campaign in the Fifth Kentucky District, in pur suance of the policy advocated by Samuel Gompers. A bank organized and conducted by organized labor was opened, with $500. 000 capital, at Chicago. While labor leaders will be rn actual control. the executive authority will be vested Iu men with banking experience George Stone, of St. Louis, basfr slinsLns the ball hard. . Pitcher Witherup. of Boston, six feet high and weighs lbo poanu. AI Orth has been pitching reniar bly. fine ball for the Highlanders late. The New York Clnb has transfffl outfielder Eddie lialin to me Club. " President Ebbetts. of Brooklyn, u believes there should De legist"" more batting. t Congalton has replaced Jackson the Cleveland outceia. jui.- not hpon-.hittiuir. Tn x-iarr f fiYfink Schlllte P work there is no regret m h Sohrino-'i: f Pft loll .....n 0VS Both Laioie aud Wagner have w;i off in batting this season : . . - - il, AIllV Tt!ULi Waisii, ot tDio-.su. ms wi - who has ever held cieveianu uv one hit in a nine-inning game. The Cleveland boys are not t-j of that bunting, as , they were the practice trip in the fcoutu. j Five Chicago Nationals aie , over .300. They are Chance. Steinfeldt, Kling and Reu!bacn. Fred Tarent has "improved ing twenty-five "per cent, oyer sou, playing speetly. up-to-date .Tho noor hitiing catchers . American League are Kittre-y nire..Buelow. Spencer and 1 J In the game at St. Louis Ma? J jiinKer, vl c nVpri while the pitcher was deln erw i, i Dan. : .in! A Cheaper Way. Old Kelly Do ye think men should be chloroformed at sixty, Norah? Mrs. Kelly Phat, wid chloroform so expensive! That's, th matter wid an ax! New York Press. .m ' r-iA-i-pnn L-PPnS COE famous X A. jvu.gi , , may some uay si - fectiveness John. of his - . ... The three S's are doing SJk for Chicago. ShecKaru, --k Slagle make a fine trio 01 v and xtters. , " One of the features of nople .ls the great nuniher fTnaf rnm its Street. 1 II w common property of the city, valuable a3 scavengers.