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CO RL.J l - . . .ftiTiwi lluppy Kccovery of u i'uralytlo Tlirouj; . n Itimirt to CxpoHuro. The liveliest passenger on board the steamship City of Peking was Hum phrey Kendriek, of Los Angeles. He lnul just returned from Japan, Kays the Kan Francisco Chronicle, a country that he loves, because a few years ago it com pletely cured him of paralysis. When Kendriek found that he had lost control of his limbs he determined to spend all the money ho had to get re lief. It wns easy enough to tell what had brought the arnlysis upon him, for the fust stroke came soon ofter he had a bad tumble on horseback. The animal full in such a way as to eateh Kendriek squarely beneath it, severely wrenching and straining his spine. Kendriek found that he was much bet ter in hot v.cr.lher, and this led him to go to the Hawaiian islands, He was so much better there when it was hot that be concluded to go to a still warmer place. Somebody told him that the south coast of Japan in summer was the place. For many months during that hottest of hot summers Kendriek engaged in a most unique attempt to regain his health. For days at a time he would lie positively stripped to the skin iu the hot sand on t ho seashore of Japan. He got so that he rather liked it. As the days passed he kept getting better. Then he took to seeking exercise. A donkey was secured and Kendriek, stark naked, would ride the animal up and down the beach. It wnsalmost too hot for the beast, but Kendriek did notseem to mind it. The result was complete recovery. Kendriek came back feel ing like a schoolboy and much infatu ated w ith the country of the Japs. . 1 ciU:i sliouts of tiie tnou. . who line the walls, until finally it four, . past in turbid majesty, hurrying to ward the heart of C hina. The celestial have tried to denl with it in every wny, human nnd superhuman. A NOVELIST'S BLUNDER. PROFESSIONAL CARDS )AIL& ANCHETA. 1) AT'lVKMiYr" AT LAW. Will pract ice In nil the courts of thu terri tory. Otltee corner Texas and Spring streets. SI1AEU CITY - - - N. M. A."- ONE OF NATURE'S PHENOMENA. A lloro' Hcnil-Aiinutl Violation at t'lii'kliinir, (hi nil. Twice a year at each equinox the famous tides of the Tsien Tang river, that Hows rom the 1. orders of Kiungsi, ruhkien and Chickiu.g to Hang ( how I ay, attain their greatest height; and u bore of sometimes over 10 feet in height Kwce; s inrsistibly up its shal low ond fiu:i.el-s!.a: cd estuary, oftci, producing livincndons havoc to the ..iirrouudlr.g ountiy hence its name, "nioncydil.e," from the amount expend ed in successive ernturies on its em bankments. It is rrcn at its best at Hang Chow, the prefectoral city not far from its n.outh. Twelve or I I min utes before it is visible a dull, distant roar is heard, momentarily swelling until the wall of muddy water, tall at: the bul warks of the biggest liner, as overwhelming as a glacier, sweeps into sight round the bend a mile away. ot a boat 8 to be seen on the Juteíy crowded river; all are hauled upon to the huge embankment and moored fore and aft with a down rattan cables, for none but oeean going steamers couM stem the current, and even they woukl need skillful navigation. As the ogre nears, the roor bceor .t r . ns n fitom at r.rn, drov.Mi IOIIN M. Forgot He 1 1 mi Killed off a Chrnctr ' Had to Itesu clt.ito Illm. A great master of the art of throwing off stories by daily installments was I'onsou dn Terrail. When he was at the height of hto vogue, he kept three running at the same time in different papers. His fertile imagination was never at a loss, but his memory frn qucntlj was. He was apt to forget to day what he did w Ith n hero or heroine ,cslerday. To help his memory, says a "-V Kit CITY l'aris letter to the Hoston Transcript, he ut first noted down briefly in copy books what happened to his men nnd women, but finding that often he could not read his own writing, he invented a new system. lb; procured little leaden IIAKLLEE. ATTOUNEY AT LAW. District attorney for tin) Count ies ol (irant nnd Sierra. SILYF.UCITY N. M. (INN. A'I'lOUNEY Will Practice In all the territory AT LAW Courts of the N. M. SECRET SOCIETIES. M. silver City chapter. No. 2. Masonic nemilnr convocations on am Heiiues- K.A- Hall. A F.&A.M. 2, i- rnru .i,ii, i..,,i.u day evenimrcnch month. All companion ... ,..,,,,,,-,,, , iiiviled toallenil. K. M. loi'Nd. II. r. of his characters as they were born. I'khhy It. Lahy, Sec'y. Supposing there were three stories run ning, there were three sets of figures in different drawers. When a character was settled off, the little manor woman in lead was taken nwnv from its mm. vltcil tontlcml. JoilN mm!. ,! I, '""y ....... ...... ...... ,,,, . 0. Silver City chapter no. II. O. E. H. M -ts every 1st and ;lrd Ti'csdav in eai'li mom, h at Masonic Hall. Miss May II. (íaiiiiis. W. M. Mas. Nbi.i.y II. Lady. Sec'y. Mlver City l.ndL'c. No. H. Meets Hi Mil- sonic Hall, over Silver Clly National Hunk. Hie ThiirMlnv evi niim on or liciorc tin- lull iniNin each inonlh. All vlMtinn lnul hers in- M'll.l.Dll. W. M. One day when Ponson du Terrail was all behind in his work, he set himself to his task without examining the slain. ITis bad memory led him Into a terrible blunder. He had forgotten that he had killed Iiocambole the still famous lío cambóle In the previous feuilleton, and, to the great surprise of the reader t i). I!. W. A llanner Lod'-'c no. Denree of Honor. Meets on 2nd and 4th Saturday nltflils Iu i . i . ... earn inonin ai. Masóme nan. visimiiu utrm iu minie nun iniK again as U nothing hers cordinly Invited' out of the common had befallen him Mlls- Hattik A. Mc'Jih.i.iküi. C of II. 'I'l.io t .. i. i,. Mas. Kay Aiioniikim. Kecnrtlcr inls resuscitation of I 'oca in bole is one of the most, curious things in the his tory of the Ilomnns-fcnilleton. Imperial Kilnciition. Some suggestive details concerning the early education of the Orinan em perors have recently been made known. It seems that William II. had In early childhood a tutor v. ho was a captain of the guards. Prince liistnarck had t (. I'. W. A, Meets on the 1st and :id Saturday of each month. Fellow workmen cordially Invited. A.ti.llooi M. W. E. M Yoi'NO Hec. 1 O. It. It Con 'omanehe trlhe No II. meets at Hunk hulldliiL' hall, on t lie eveiiini; of llrst and third Mondays in each nionlli. .1. K. WlilTK. Sacliein L. E. Hi tin. C, of It. recommended him, and he applied to I O. K. M. the heir to th. (him... 1,.. l.Mlnnnehiihii conncll No. I . ..... ....., m,m Hist tind which he had trained Ira iecriiits,"bend or break." The young Hohenzollern was made to rise at 5:3(1 every morning, and at once begin u course of gym must ie excretora unsuitable for a child of his age. It Is this regimen, author ities say, which made Prince William so weak and nervous thntbisgrandfather, the old emperor, suggested one day to Htomarck that his captain of the guard would perhaps better return to his recruits. meets nl Hunk third Wednesday evenings in each month. Miss Amur. Clayton, I'oroliniitsv Miss 11 An K mi niil.i . i.f K. T O.O.F. ! .las L. Itldiiely Encn mptnciit No. 1. meets I lie 'Jd and (III Wednesdays of each mouth, arc s cordially Invited. .T. (iK.OIlllK liOltl.NSON. C. I'. !. (1. Hell. Si'I'IIm'. I. I (). V. Isaac TIITany Lodisc, No. 1:1. meets nt Odd Fellows' Hall. I'hnrsday evenings. Mem liersof the order cordiallv invlleil to at tend. C. U. IlKI.I.. N . O. Muit Not Crltlrlne thn Fniperor Not long ngo a Lcipsic editor w as sen tenced to five months' imprisonment for criticising one of Kmperor Wil linm's Secehes. The conflscotion of newspapers eon:i:.ci;ling unfavorably on the sayings ar.il (!imgs of theyoun;:' jwtentate, or of his olicdient servnnts. occurs rather often, too. te tenu. C. E. W iMiltilxiK. Sec'y. A(U). K. t A Helen Loillte. No. 7. Seetlims st ml ami font lteliekiih DeKree mil ami fourth Friday nluhls In each month, at hall of I. S. TilTany I.imU'i' No. Lr OF 1' IV Meets !tl and 4th Tuesday nights of each month, iut Hank llnildluK. vlsltlnif KnlKlits Invited. .1. J. Siikiiiiian. C. (J V. A. (7 ASHMAN. K. It A S. \n\n l;t.. Mus. II. Mcculloch. N.U. Miss Mamif. Holson. Sec'y