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Tn aaaa who 'wlfis U the man who
ThA man whs tells, while the nest mm
Tha awn who attend In hla deep cllatrraa
With hi litiid luld high In the deadly
tfm, ha la llio man who wlna.
The Man who wlna la tho man who know
The- value of pajn nnd the worth of woe
Who a lemon Icarna from the man who
And a moral flmbi In hla mournful walta;
lM( ha la the man who wlna.
The man who wlna la the mnn who alnya
In the tinaotiRhl pntha nmt the rocky
And pcrhnpa, who llngcra, now nml tin n.
To help artnio failure to rise ag-iln.
Ahl he la the man who wlnat
And the mnn who wlna M tho man who
Th curao of the cnvlotia In hla cira,
Ilut who eon hla wny with hla hem! liMd
And pHaapa thr wrecks of tho fnllurra by
Kor ho la tho man who wine
Henry Kduaril Warner, In llaltlmoT
XX. ELKIN'S NARROW ESCAPE.
Drnmatlo Incident of the Senator's
Career In the CIvu Wnr.
The suggestion In a published dis
patch that Senator Elklnn waa too !n
llmnto with tjuuntroll's rnldern Iu A1H
nourl recall n very dramatic Incident
In hlH life. It wna nrar tlio cloao of the
wnr. when Mr. Klklnn wan nerving with
a Uiilim militia rcglmont In Missouri.
One day n company of Union soldlern.
"Elklr.s among tho niiinhor. was sur
prised by Qiiantrell, and two of the
company were captured, niklim wnfc
ono of the prisoners. Kor two or thn o
day the cnptlvea were taken along with
QunntrcH'a gang, hut flnnly Quant rell
derided that ho could not be Incum
bered with prisoners. Thereupon lie
dlljocted some of his men to take tlio
two Union cnptalna to the rear, about
Uiem. and then return to tho main body
of: tho raiders.
The men selected to head the party
of murderers waa Coleman Younger.
During the two. or thrco days of cap
tivity Klklnn ntid Younger had formed
nulto a friendship Thoy wcro both big,
strapping, good-natured young men,
and their companionship was mutually
pleasant When, therefore "Colo"
Younger escorted Elklnn and tho other
Union prisoner to tho rear, hn seemed
to bo heartily sick of tho work which
had bcon assigned him. Presently the
party camo to u fork In tho road. "Yon
are on horseback," said Younger to the
Union men. "At tho end of that road
you will be among friends. Now rldo
for your Uvea."
Of course. Klklns and his fellow-soldier
did as they woro bid. Younger and
bis men fired their muskets In the air,
and then went bark and roported that
they had killed tho prisoners. Elklnn
reached a place of safety and never for
got how Younger had saved hln life,
Only a little while ago ho sent Younger
a check, hnvlng learned that hla pre
server was In bard luck.
THE BUN AS A TIMEKEEPER.
lol Correct Only Four, Times In a
Ladles' Homo Journal: Tho sun does
aot keep good time. Ho is almost al
ways too fast or too slow. Once, about
tho middle of April, ho Is just on tlmo.
then not again before tho middle of
Juno At tho beginning of September
ho Joins the clock a third time, and
loastly once morn lata In December.
Now It would seem as If he were star
tled at the way ho had neglected us.
In February be fell back until ho wan
flftoon minutes lata Dy tho beginning
of March ho had mado up five mlnuten
of his loss, nnd before tho month wna
over ho had caught up to within flvo
mlnuten of tho schedule. Meanwhile
the days have been growing longed very
rapidly. Wo began Marc with our
night a longer thnn our days. Wo end
ed It with our days langcr than our
nights. In tho ono month wo have add
ed to tho leftfth of our day nn hour nnd
10 minutes n bigger gain than any
other month can show.
Many Xdhes of Activity Represented
by Men Who Compose It.' -,
Washington 8tar: Tho aeaato of
the United Steles hi tho most vorsatllo
organisation In existence, considering
that Its membership at present lim
ited to 00. Indeed, there are now but
88 members of the senate, ,nnd yet It Is
difficult to conceive a form of profes
sional or business occupation that has
not been embraced In tho llfo of soma
rifty-nlno senators havo practiced
law, nnd mining, banking, medicine,
farming, steam, sail nnd railroad trans
portation are branches of activity that
have occupied others of them. Senator
I'erklns went to California, which st tu
be now represents In tho senate, as n
sailor beforo tho mast nnd hat over
since been engaged in shipping" Infer
i'hIk, Senator llnnnn has largo shlpplnc
Interests, Clark of Montnna, Jones ot
Nevada, Stewnrt of Nevada. Hard of
California nnd Kenrns of Utah havo all
prospected for the precious metals and
all havo had the exciting experience of
"striking It rich."
'I heir good fortuuo was preceded by
liaralilps nnd discouragement, nnd no
better Informed men on the subject of
mining from beglnlng to end than tbny
nro to bo found anywhere. Senator Tel
le r of Colorado Is everwbero regarded
ns one of the foiemoxt lawyers of the
I country on the subjoct of mining.
'I hero lire so many rciuitora who have
been bankers that 11 in dlltlciilt to name
Senator Millard camo hero from be
, Ing prishl'Mil i'f a bank, nnd Scott, Hard
.and Kcan hau nlRo been prominently
' Identified ullli llio banking business
l Si'imlor McMillan of Michigan was tho
pienldent of a bank as well as presi
dent of n radio id when elected to the
senate, nnd promptly resigned both
Senator Calllnger of Now Hampshire
w.ih a practicing nluHlclnti for jnnny
jenrs before bis election to the senate,
nml In emergeneleR ho luia frequently
been called ou to treat patients at tho
lapitolriiud bo always responds to such
emergency calls with a keen profea
Momil Interest. Senator Deboo of Ken
tucky hns graduated In both medicine'
ami law. lie practiced mcdlclnonRbort
time and then turned to tlio law.
Senator Tillman Is the only senntor
who has recorded In Ills autobiographi
cal sketch In tho cdugrcsslonol direc
tory that ho waa a "farmer" before
coming to tho senato, but tory many
of tho Southern aenntors nnd planters
ns most of them nro lawyers. Of sena
tors of others sections of tho country
thero nro n very largo number who
worked on fnrms when they were bos,
nnd Senator Allison of Iowa, recalling
bis younger days, liken to talk In the
senalo about how "wo" plant "our"
crops In Iowa nnd tend to them through
tho various Binges from the planting to
tho final deposition of thn crops.
Senator Stewart probably gives more
personal attention to farming now than
nny other Kcnntor Ho has n dnlrv farm
at Asliburii, Vn nnd nvery Saturday
lie goes thero and remains over until
the following Monday. Ills farming,
however, Is followed as a diversion, hav
ing been taken up hevernl years ago,
after bis doctor advised blm to live In
I he open nlr ns much ns possible.
There are n grent number of senators
whoso business Interests cocr nlinost
rvery branch of Industry.
Not only doen the senate represent In
lis membership almost every phaso of
professional nnd Industrial activity
but many of Its members ere experi
enced In legislative work before coming
to tho senate. Of the fis nonalorH, 20
MTved In the house of representatives,
l'lfteen Hcnntors hnvn served as gov
ernors of states. Senntor Warren
served two terms ns governor of tlio ter
ritory of Wyoming, nnd his second term
ended with tho ndmlBxInn of the terri
tory ns n slate. Ho was then elected
first governor of tho stnle. Klftecn sen
ators have n record of service In thn
confederate army nnd ono wna In the
(onfederato navy Nino nenntora wcro
In thn Union army. Senator I'ettus of
Alabama and Senator Unto of Tennes
m wero In llio Mexican war
Doing His Best Friend.
Now York Post: In his office down
town this young man Is looked upon no
a person or probity nnd lino moral sen
sibilities. Ho docs not have to be all
that to keep bin place, for ho Is rich,
and though io Is the Junior partner, ho
supplies the main part of the capital
and most of tho commercial clovorneFn
Kvery year or two ho goes West to pit k
up some branded ponies for his polo
string, selling off those which cannot
he easily taught thn game, or that havo
"none wrong" In wind, limb or eyo
alght Hln elderly partner, who was
'his guardian during minority, nnd who
believes In him utterly ns ono whom ho
himself ban molded by precept nnd rx
cmplo, caught thin part of what tho
young man wan telephoning tho other
"Now bo careful. James; Mr. Profiling
may come today to seo that blue roan
mare. You'd belter give her a pint of
whisky, stuff n sponge up her nose and
Inject a llttlo cocaine Into her near
hind leg." '
"Htesfl my soil!" exclaimed the old
man: "what are you dolngT"
"Only selling n borso to my best
friend," tho young man answered.
Rev, Thomas n. Hyde, of Cincinnati,
urges women to takn Into their own
hando, the matter of proposing matri
mony, holding that many moro mnr
blage would result from such n course.
"Borne men," snya Mr. Hydo. "nro too
taahlul Ip propose, nnd would bo grnto
ful If women would help them nut ne
ffln Immediately, ladles. Marrlago Is n
aolemn matter, but single llfo li much
in the northern part of San Joso
"eevMy, Cat., and lapping oveir Into San
Mateo county, lien tho so-called nig Ha
4,a bit of the primitive forest. Tho
Met area of tho tract Is about 2,G00
It contains ono of tho finest
of woodland which remains In
Tho characteristic treo Is
wMt redwood. U has been pro-
M enavert tho basin into a forest
Leltnor, aged 90, who Uvea on
rder between Fairfield and
a balo of cotton
rebellion. Ho lias
for It. as he prefers
mento of old dayn
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Indigcr.tlon nnd Lying.
Dr. Max flroszmnn, of New York, hns
after much study nnd research iIIkcov
eied Hint Indigestion makes people tell
lies. rurlliermon hn'ileelnres that
truthfulncn may return when the In
gestion Is cured. I)r firosrimn'M dls
ioery Is destined to be of Ihe greatest
Importancn to mankind Who can es
timate what tho world may havo lost
because of mistaken notions of blng
nnd Its cnusea in past nges It Is
frightful to think of the trunk straps
nnd blnhrnds that havo been l.ild over
tho b.irka of boys who need p Is or
powders, or perhaps Just open air and
cxerelKo Another Interesting feature
of Dr. flroszman'n dlnoery In tho ef
fect It may bine upon our future politi
cal campaign. Spellbinders may be
undone by villains who surreptitiously
put medicine Into their coffee cjr their
oatmeal. thtiH compelling their digestive
organs to operate so well that tho truth
alone will be denr to them It In n fear
ful as well an a wonderful prospect that
l)r flroHman ban opened up Chicago
An Offer to Chnuncey.
Senator Dcpew recently received form
n small town In Indiana n letter re
ciuestlng him to concoct liO original
Jokes for nn nmnteur minstrel show to
be given by n church society. Mr. I)e
now wnn ndvlbccl that In pnjment for
hln services the promoters of jhn show
would print Ills name on tho program
an tho author of tho Jokes.
A Tnlr Average.
Visitor IJidy Kvelyn tells mo, Dan'l,
Hint you havo had four wives.
Pan'l (proudly Tbs, zur, I 'nvo nn',
whnt'H morn, two of 'em was good 'una!
He Was Wide.
"Yes," t.nld tho fat mnn, "I llvo In
nwnmphunit, but I don't know tlio man
you speak of."
"That's funny; he said ho had n. wldo
nniunlutnncn In Swnmphurst, and 1
baturnlly IboiiKlit ho meant you."
How It Snick nim.
Ho (nttcr listening to her playing)
I should think you would get ono of
those attachments to tho piano.
"Any ono can play that." Detroit
Why We Should Be Hindoos.
Hecauso wo eat meat, tho Hindoos
regard us nn no better thnn cannibal;
Wo can greatly reduce our expenses,
bnfflo the beef trust nnd win tho es
teem of the Hindoos by substituting
b.snnnas for beef. St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
A most phcnomonnl case of ncrvo is
reported from Wichita, Kan. A rugped
dW called soreral times at a house and
found thn people away from home. At
la&t he wrote and pined thin note en
tho door: "Madam, Kindly rernala a!
Hero la n tree cltmbor who la using
bis feet like hands for grasping, and Is
engaged In gathering tho stuff called
"chicle," from which tho chowlng gum
of commerce Is made.
The scene is In Yucatan, and tho tree,
known ns tho Yn, grown plentifully nil
over Hint region. When tho bark In cut
a mllk-whito sap exudes, which Is re
duced by boiling to Inrgo lumps. In this
shape It Is Imported in great quantities
Into the United States.
Tlio nverago treo yields nbout six
pounds of tho gum, nnd tho total pro
duction each season In In tho neighbor
hood of 1,000,000 pounds, nearly nit or
It going to the United States. Tho treo
grown to n height of seven feet or more,
nnd Ita fruit much resembles n russet
npplo In appearance
Tho crdde gum Is absolutely taste
less a very deslrablo qunllty from the
viewpoint of tho manufacturer of chew
ing gun, Inasmuch as he u able to put
Into It whnt flavors ho likes.
Hut tho finest gum, which costs $1 a
pound In Yucatan, does not find its way
out of the country at nil. It Is obtained
from tlio unripe fruits of tho Ya tree.
TREE SERVES AS WELL DERRICK.
Near tho little town of Tla Juana, Just
across the boundary lino in old Moxlco
nnd near tho Pacific coast, thoro Is a
very curious well. Tho Inhabitants of
tills country seldom go far away from
their homes and they have very primi
tive Ideas and customs. This well Is
nbout r.O feet deep, and the owner haa
built an Ingenious dovlco for hauling
watw from It. If this Moxlcnn hnd
been nn educated mnn ho might havo
ueen an inventor,
r tree flourished near tho well which
had two branches growing out of the
trunk. Thcso boughs separated Into
four branches higher up. The Mexican
cut tho branches In such n way thnt
thoy formed a perfect rest for a long
well sweep. Ho fostencd tho nweep to
a crossbar, laid across tho two upper
branches In tho middle, using stout
thongs for tha purpose.
Then ho fastened a welch t on one mil
of tho swocp and a long ropo to tho
other end. Tho bucket Is fastened to
tho end of thin long iopo. and all ho
I has to do Is to lower tho bucket Into tho
woll. The weight of tlio stono pulls It
up again, brimming full.
"WALKING STICK" THAT LIVES.
Quito tho lnrgcst of all tho "walking havo no other mean' of defense, and If
sticks." ns Insecta of a certain kind that thoy wero conspicuous they would very
Imitate twigs aro callod, la shown here, likely be gobbled up.
It cornea from Hrnzll. and In shown with ' Tho "walking sticks" vary cons'ldor
nn ordlnnry housefly nlongsldo of It. nbly In appearance, aiwaya counterfeit
counterfeits n llttlo branch qulto won-ilng tho twlga of the kind of treo on
derfully, cen to tho Joints. which they happen to llvo. Even the
Of course, tho object of nature In knots and tho bark nro copied so uc
mnklng these crentureH so Ilka twigs curately that It Is almost Impossible to
Is toennblo than toconccnl HicuihcUcs distinguish tho creatures, oven if one
from tholr enemies, such as birds. They I is looking for them.
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Kinsley, Kas. April 7$
My Dear Dootorst -
My wife and I want you to know
how grateful wo are for tho euro of her oap,e
as wo bel 1 ove you have saved her 1 i f e. She
suffored from a complication of diseases of
the heart and liver, with tho worst dropsy. 1
ever saw, and I had her treated by some of the
best doctors to be found anywhere in the West
and they said sho oouljd not be qured and'
woul d not 1 i ve very 1 ong, but you have cured
her. She oommenood getting better immediate
ly after beginning your treatment, July 13,
1901, and has been entirely wo 11 for along
time. She looks better, feels better and
wei ghs more than sho ever di d in her life. We
have not tho 1 ancuacre to exnraRR our linnre-
simply know that all the other
her upt there seemed to be no
but you have cured her. I will
answer any letters of inquiry that
sent to me. I am
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Now Ideas asjto tho caro of the bands
ami the care of the complexion will al
ways And soiuo persons waiting to re
cetvo Uicm. Those who try everything
from milk baths on aru now advocating
parsley water as a complexion Improv
er. A large bunch of parstoy is put to
soak In one-half pint of rainwater over
night. In the morning tho face Ib well
rubbed with a dry cloth and tha pars
ley water Is thcnuppllcd with a sponge,
no further process of drying taking
place. To glvo tho parsley water a real
trial, It must bo thus applied thrca
times dally. To the dainty woman,
Judge Jhullle has hold that the Mln- m1!!!!,?1!!"0 iAn
xntB luliHrlLnnce'tns law la void lbe cA olt lno ,)olnl -eanllnes8 In fill
.aota iu leriiancc tax law is votu. ine tnlNow York uvoninc Sun.
law of ISM provided thnt near relatives
Inheriting from an cstnto should pay ,
halt of 1 per cent of Inheritances above I
t 0,000, mid that more distant relatives
Bliall pay u tax of 10 pur cent above
this. Now York Evening Sun.
Mothers will And Miu Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup tho best remedy to uso
for their children during the teething
Wh t Clio Druinmorfnlrt.
A capital story Is associated with tho
uamo of Dr. I.ueger, tho notorious untl
Scmlto burgomaster of Vienna. Three
soldiers once waited upon him na a
deputation, and beforo dismissing them
ho said to one: "Whnt would you do
If tho emperor ordered you to shoot tho ,
burgomaster of Vienna?" I
"I would shoot tha burgomaster,
was tho stolid reply,
A now giant geyser of Rotomahana,
N. Z., la attracting attention. A mass
of boiling water half un aero In extent
rises In a grent dome, from which a
column of water aud stones rises to 300
feet, whllo Immense columus of steam
ascend as far as cau bo aeon.
Rev. John Graves, tlio oldest Meth
odist minister in tho United States east
1 of tho Mississippi, died in Saratoga, N.
nil!" unld Dr. I.ueuer.-'and what la ,Y on Tuesday. Had ho lived until
your religion T"
"I am a Protestant"
"In that case I am only slightly sur
prised at you," said the burgomaster.
Turning to another soldier ho repeat
ed the question.
"If tho emperor bade mo shoot tho
burgomaster I would obey," replied tho
"And whnt Is your rcllglonT'
"I am a Roman Catholic'
"In Uiat ca8o I am exceedingly aur
prlscd at you."
Tho third soldier, when addressee,
"I would not shoot tho burgomaster,
"Ahl" snld tho burgomaster, highly
pleased; "nnd why not. my rrlencl?
What Ib your religion?" r
"I am a Jew."
"What!" sbrlokcd I.ueger. "Do you
know that I am Uio greatest antl
Scmlto In nil Austria and Hungaiy,
nnd you would not shoot mot"
"I haven't a rifle," rcpllod tlio man.
"I nnf a drummer."
Tnblcau. Chamber's Journal.
The manngcr of n ChatauquaTJureaa
recently olfercd Senator Ilanna 10.000
for a aeries of eighteen lecturca In tlio
South and Middle West. Ho waa aoro
ly disappointed when tho Ohio boaa re
fused to consider his offer.
The ao-cnllcd "biuo law" which pro
hibited the sale of Ico cream, noda
water anil confectionery on Sunday by
druggists and common vlctualera In
Massachusetts, wan wiped off the
Rtatuto book Thursday afternoon by a
repealing mcasuro which Governor
Crane signed as soon aa It waa aent to
him by the aenata. '
Charlea Duller Whlttler, aasoclaU
professor of law at Iriand Stanford
university, will relinquish hla wont al
the close of the semester to take full
profeMorshlp In the now law school of
the University Chicago. Ho la a grad
uate of Stanford and of the Harvard
A cablegram received al tha stato de
partment from Minister Powell at Port
aa PrlBtM, aaaotineea Mia arrival thero
of the U. f. T. . The ship will
wa4tk aha tewm-atari tha progreatf.ot
mm BrcrtcMt the Iore4si
May 27 ho would havo been 95 yearn
old, having been born In Orange coun
ty In 1807.
A accno recalling tho old days of
smuggling and wrecking was enacted
near St. Cnthnrlno't) light, on tho lulu
of Wight, recently. A French b'.g
wont to pieces off ihu rocks and lltty
caska of wine nnd spirits drifted
ashore In a short time tho whoje
neighborhood wan lighting drunk, ami
tho Const Guard men had n hard tlmo
In getting away from them what liquor
had not been consumed.
Tho annual congress of tha Balvatloa
Army la In cession In New York. Com
mander Dooth-Tucker announced
Thursday that tho commander-in-chief,
General William Booth, would vlelt
Uils country In October next Nearly
COO delegates from all parte of tho
United States are attending the con-congress.
A bottlo of Hamlin' Wizard ON la a
mcdlclno cheat In Itself; It curea pain
In every form. CO cents at druggist.
It la reckoned that tho United States
government owns enough arid land
west of tho Rocky Mountains, If Irri
gated, to provide homes for tho total
present population of tho country.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil will cure a larg
er nuinbor of painful ailment than any
thing which you can find.
Tho story la .told that Andrew Car
neglo onco listened to a colored preach
er's sermon In a llttlo village church In
Georgia, and was so much afferted by
tho appeal for funds that he dropped a
ISO greenback In the collection box.
Standing In tho pulpir the Treacher
counted up tho offerings; then, clear
ing hln throat, ho said: "Ilreddero
wo hare been greatly blessed by dish
yer contention. Wo has hear fo' dol
loha and fo'ty cents; an' if (hn looked
suspiciously at tho donor of libraries),
"an' It do ntty-doltnh bill nut In I. Am
f whlto gemman wlUi de gray whlskaha
iu ns out lo oo a good ono, wo la blew
cd a wholo lot moah."
Dr. Theodora Kohn, the Prince
Bishop of Oimuiz, Austria, offers hla
golden chariot and eight horses for
aale, to uso thn money for the benoflt
of tho poor.. The carriage haa 'wen In
possession of the bishopric for several
Professor I. Garland Ponn, of the
Methodist Enlsconnl church, la nro.
I lectlnc n nnrn vnimir nAn..1A mc
--- o ".-fl- fwn. ivuu.u n VUI lo-
Mrs. Harry Robinson, of Mlnneap- tlan and educational con gross, which
oils, daughter of tho multimillionaire will be held In Atlanta, Ga., August 6
street car magnate Thomas Lowry, to 11, nays tho Indianapolis Sentinel.
naa starucu raniuonuoie circles or Mln
ncapolls by giving up her position In
society to becomp a professional nuro.
Mrs. Robinson Is tho wlfo of Harry
Robinson, of Chicago, proprietor of tho
Railway Age. Mrs. Lowry, her mother,
haa long been tho leader of Minne
apolis' best uocloty.
1 One of tho "Pccullnr People" In Hol
land recently broke his arm. He de
clined to call In a doctor, and wrapped
a leaf out of a Bible round the email
too of hla left foot Ho dcclarca that
thin gavo him InBtnnt relief. He still
walka about with a broken arm.
Atta Jackson and Stella Flaher, liv
ing near Hndlay, 0 have constructed
a telephone lino between their homes
i Tor a illstanco of several miles. Their
XjjunoD apu mojj Pit W built tho lino themaolvea, climbing
aonntrsnb o8ie( SuXnq s oDutuj mom trcc to string the wires.
A dispatch from 8t Pcternbu"rg an
nounces thnt tho p.ecquchcni'jnt of thn
czarina la expected In September.
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Philip Jamea Bailey, who for over
sixty years haa been known m Ike
author oi "Pestuo," Is atlll alive and M
years, old. He waa 23 years of ace
when he published "Featue."
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haa Introduced a bill for Uio erection
of an eaueatrlau statue to Duron Steu
ben, and appropriating ir.O.ooo therefor.'! The ettMrtaieBt-et JvaUas kas tsatt
The statue la to bo crectod In Washing- to congress an esUaMto sc deialag ales
tea. , of l.Mt for the Untied States peaUs-
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a Kvmpmuj una juw nccn formes HI ' Biary,
France to relievo parliamentary caadl-v
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