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OUR SOLAR SYSTEM. Is the Standard of Coffee Excellence No. SI Dining Room Tablo Cloth. Table Cloth, whit" with red hart, Size Vi x M inc. i s. Bent poatpnid on receipt of a real pe.taa atiimp iiit.l (id niu unturea cut from u rniM in ol Artiu.-fciMs' x" ' ""' -'rL"i ! SLAtIs V stump uml ; r 2 No. 02. Lady's Apron. Hue white lawn, wide strings ami fancy lace insertion. Size 'i'i x 40 lm-uee. siit puat puld on re relpt of two rent poet age a tamp and 25 el, unturee cut from wrap. )era of Ar. tucklea' Koasted Cof. fee. No. 07. A Pair of Scissors. Mailc by the best Arufrlcan man it tac ,JI' is und .tll tlnlsli CG, i'. lucheft long. Stilt potpMid oil i ript of '2 oeiit lfxi..eo Htuiup and 15 Bitfiiulure out from wrappt-ra of A n-U' kits' KutLBtfd No. GO. A Gentleman's No. GO. An X-L Hlgheat frrarle material and work mauHbip, 3calibri-, centre-firo double action. Sent by exprewn, charge, pre paid by u, on receipt of Vi rent pontHire Mtuinp uud l."iO aianutnren out from wrappers of Ar- tucklen' Itonxted ColTee. When ordering Kxprvfl Olllce um well us your l'ost Office. This Is a picture ol the sig nature on Arbuckles' Koasted Coffee Wrapper, which you are to cut out and send to us as a voucher. No other part of the Coflee Wrapper Mil ta accepted as a voucher, nor will this Picture be accepted as such. some Address all communications , ire r i unci, lij: COATKD LLLCTKlwl I Y as science c.ni n. ,!..' t hem. I'.n h one produce as tuu !i norve-te.iUitiK uJ.stan e ii ou tlined in the uniount of f"f.d n mm consumes in a week. Tl.i is why tlu-y hive cured thousamUof .v-. s of iiervou dtsrises, mi. Ii as TKl-il-ity, Diziiics, Insomnia, Viulfot clc, V1;- T.h,'on,i1.lcyuu to think cltar ltydevel invr l.r.tiu mattr r; f.rn? lioalthy oiieulition, cure ii-dic--!-tion, ani inipntt boun.lin vii-or to tlie whole nvsteni. Ail Wfnk' iiiinj and tissiie-tlcstr vln (h iins an 1 losses permanently our..!. I!ay may mem Itiaaniiy, Conjuint.tiou aud Iet,. Price, f i pertor : r.x t.oxes (with iron-cl i l Ku inutee to cure t,r re fund monc-y), pot.k contain) ni? positive t.roof. free. Ad.lra Pl Medicine Co., Cleveland, O. Sold by Connelt Itne,- . JUiiK vl". II -Mill", 14 50 YEARS' FXPERIENCE "V TRDC MARKS Designs CnPvnicMTS Ac. A nvnnA niiiHnff tli'ldi nnd flencrll.t lotl mn qalcklf Hsoertsin our opinion free whether mi Invention lsprotoit.lv pnlenlaHe. Com mil men tions of rtclly confident titl. llrtndtM.ok on I'nfentl aent. free. Oldest nircncy for HeeuruiK patents. Pnfents taken throiiifli Minili A Co. receive lyre tal niitfcr, wit bout ehwrtfe, In thu Scientific Jlincrican. A bandaomely lllnstrnted weekly. I.nriest olr ruUitton of anr cientitle J.uirnnl. Terms. . I t Vfsrt fonr months, f I. Hold by all new s.leiiiers. MUIIM & Co-300'-3"""'- Hew York Uraucb ornce. eS V ft.. VabiuKton, U. C . ,1 AAI 1 NNo.63. A Dress Pattern, j JJ yU'vV dVy Printed r- C- -y-a-ri ;A liSX ItluiMilarlt . r-' , i fVv1VWv ..V' ''".- i: I Z 1 P- No. 64. APalrof Window Curtains. Facli Cur tuiti u yurd Lie two uml three. qiiiut.-r quality i I i! j: 1 ihl -V'H i .3 wivm yanli long. Sent poat pitid on reel- i p I of Vi cent pot Hit' stump and Ci5 Mig. nature out from wrap pi' r of Ar t. ii c k I e ' Knitted Cof- fee. Wmm TO it . No. GO. Lady's Delt. No. 01. TTTTTT I Mill ! I Hi I i t ' rV"- m ;, Lateat style, Rral n IcuthiT Uu color l'a ,' tipf.iu leather, tun tutor, im k" ; k In. wide, nlckl pla'ed l.uokle. I :., ,' ,. KU, uul rim:s. When .u lei ii. - i imwnius BliCS OIIIV, M.f III 111! lll-S . ,. . , . , .... wtien ordering, trom to; in. ; n..u, -m; ; "t wa.st In Inohes. J'.i In r-m t . .;i . I to 82 In. ; from y i t .1 In. Sent p-,t to 4-i;jrht sin ! Hi,'tli. Sent m-. . , . ..i t . J"d.,0" " V"' ! l ' ' oipt of J rent p.'aa.t . ... . - aceatamp uud ViO hiKiiiiluret t ut ..... Irom the wrappers ol A muck lex' llouv.ed uri" "lnniiir"! tut Ir.-m .. r.!,?. r j A: Coffee. of Arbucklt-s Koiwted t oil. c. 1 1; No. 03. A Butcher's Knife. Six Inch blade hard wood bundle, kimwI mutenaiit and well htii-b'd. poatpaid on receipt of 't rent poliitie Niniiip and 'Hi .IkiihIui cut from wrappers ol Arbui klef Jtoanied I oit.-e. ' No. 04. A Kitchen Knife. a Will CUt bread, slice ham and saw tli tione. Srvli eall;r, ami nhutifd e in every kitchen. Sent potpitid on receipt of V oe:l iotn-e ilnu. umi 14 alcuaturea cut Irom wrappent of Artiuckies' itoasted 1 oil. r. Pocket Knife. Two-bladed knife mude of U-Kt materials and finished In work manlike manner. Sent post paid on receipt ofvj cent post, ace a tn mp and 10 hignnturea cut from wrappers vt Arbuckles' Koaated CotTee. Revolver. No. 70 A Porcelain Clock. Imported porcelain frame, hca.infully tie coratcd. Movement l.niile ly New Itnveu C'lot-k Co., f;uururiteel Ly thr-m u l-.o.1 time keeper, fi iiu-hi h.'ti, H.inif! whim. ent by t-tp rem, eh:iriiet prepaid b u. on receipt of ' et-ur postaue htnmp kii.I 113 itiirtturei out Ir.-m w rummers of Arbuokles r.ouMted Ctdft-e. When oruerm., name your mur'.st Kxpieaa Ollice ai your Post Ofiice. name jour nearest or orn signatures are printew on ia.i to ARBUCKLE BROS., WERE ABSENT-MINDED. LeMineil .AIimi Are Often Itotliered AVItli Ibis Serious Aftllition. I.:iiso uf ni'iuory Is a disease that Ii.ts iMstciicd on many men famous for I'-arniii-. It Is related of Benjainin J'lanUln tliat lie was driving ulonp; roimsvlvaiiia avenue iu tlie days when Washington was a village and the nv in line w as in more than a country road, wlit-n a sapling was caught bctwiM ii the w htvi iunl the body of the wagon. IM rraiiklin sat there for some time, apjiaii-ntiv in th'j thought. A friend passing :,skrd him what was the mat ter. "I was woJiderlng," said the doctor, "how I i oiild get my wagon uway from hero wit hunt cutting down the tree." Tho nlist-nt-mindedueitss of Kdlsoii is well known. Among the numerous aiiociloti s told of the famous Inventor N tin- lolluwlnir: One day, after he had p iit many liuiirs In his laboratory on an experiment, he sat down to dinner, whit h was servetl In an adjoining room, Din of his assistants was illn l"u with iiint, for the great "wizard" objects to eating alone. After he hail holpe.l lilinself liberally, Kdlson, lost in tlioneht, linally dropped off into a d"e without having touched anything. While lie was sleeping his assistant re-moM-ii his full plate and substituted an empty one. Presently Edison awoke a nil. on seeing his empty plate, ex tlalineil: 'Tin hanged if I havent eat- " in v dinner and forgotten all alout It." ir Isaac Newton, It Is said, used the linger of bis niece to Jam down the hot tobaeeu In his pipe. The story of how he cm a lar-e hole through ills study door to permit the passage of his fa orite eat, anu adtb'd a small one when he bruuyht to him a litter of kittens. that they should not t0 excluded. Is almost too well known to bear repeti tion. Henry Ward needier was so absent minded that If he did not have his own personal by mii-hook at prayer meeting he was lost. One of his deacons saw him locking anxiously alout one even lh In tlu jnayer-ineetlng riM)in. He asked hint what he was looking for. by which all Coffee Quality is Compared." No. 00 Six Handkerchiefs. bx Lnd.es' Pocket llindker-chi-fs, j,. uiHt it hci, colore,! bord-er-, hi ah u i j.i in ho. jsciu ponl l aid on rrcHpt ot eut po.iHvc Hlump and ftitc nuluri't cut In. in wri,i,tr of ArtiUtlklt n' KoANted Uotlve No. DO. A Pair of Shears. -V" of thelM-51 American nmko, 8 Irirhos lonif. Srnt poal-puid mi n ipt .i " iM iit io-tnr Htnmp and 15 iiiuluree out liooi r:t. r of A rliiick Ics' lU.uht.-d ColltM. No. 50. Razor made by J. R. Torrey. I YfiA'-AJfVrU liiAA"5i3f-5?ilrt- " t ' i r-r i; r-o Ipr t -iii (io(:tr wliiiiip iin.l -js Man's Bolt. Mo. (32. A T: iiv it. liji'iiiiu , ion:;, vent I, i- PM;'i' kI;iimi Ko;.' i. .l ( uiiviv .1 :. i"(..-.t No. C5 A Lruly's Pen Knife. V. Hi:-" t.4.i tl !!.! MllMl.-d hi.uh ll.ui. II.- n:mtif;i!ly Vuri.-ited in Jit.":. I -1 1 ..I onyx. Sen! I . -1 i . I t.'i icet-ipt of ('it ',.! -:t in and JO ltf ' !i,-'- il.M . oOi r:ipner?i of An,,.,-,.,. l;on- , t 'oil.v. No. CO. A C::--,ti-VTi The " N-w lliivet; ' s , -it. i; wind and Wem , du.-t ;-' f. r.i Uuioic lieat luoeiuent. n;r . y .-. after u atund.trd wu'en, r .j- e i;.. Ice of the maiicr io-comi i: , i n'-, Watch. lio.u y M.e. -tcm l-.l.-ie. Noil. I .;Ck. lliiolM. M i.ieled The .rint.-. ruar Scil! p i.puid i u. I ..: on receipt of 'I iini (i.i.i.u- .uii.ii ami 0 Mniinre- cut from ruoem of A nan k .. s 1 :....-!. .1 t 'oilee. I his represents one pne of a Lint which is found In each pound pitckAe tf ArbiioKli'a' Iloasted t.'ofloe, and with each pui-kitei; in which the 1 .1st is found th purchaser tins loiibt a ikdlnlte part of soin urtie! to be selected l.v hiiu or ber from tbu List, nuhject only to l!. ootidition tliat the Higtiaturu on tlie uickai,'e is to bo out out and returned to ArUieiUo llron. us a voucher, in accordance wltli the directions printed In connection with each Item Illustrated and described in the LiaU Thlaldst will be kept ootl only till May 31, 1UUU. Another pa'e of this List -.vill appear in thin paper uhoi tly. background. NOTION DEPT.. NEW ".My hymnb.iok." said the preacher. "Never mind," said the deanni. 'take mine." "No, I want any own," said .Mr. Ieecher. "I have the names of all the deacons written in the cover, and if I don't find it I won't know whom to call on for a prayer." One evening the soup served at din ner did not suit his taste and he com plained to .Mrs. lleeoher .about it. The next evening they were dining out ami the same kind of soup was served Mr. I'.cecher absent-mindedly tinned to his wife and remarked: "My dear, I am sorry to say that the soup is again a failure." After !i.o Vears. Liberal preachers of to-day can sym pathize w ith old Koger Williams. w h,,ve sentence of banishment from the col ony of Massachusetts, passed iu b;:;.", the Legislature of Massachusetts has Just been asked to repeal. lb-fore Roger Williams left L'hgl md in he had become a clergymen in the Church of England, but he wanted more freedom than was there allowed him, and turned naturally to the Puri tans. In February, lOTH, he landed at Huston and he became assistant pas tor of tin- Church of Salem. Then b gau a series of charges of heresy against Williams, which he fought des perately. Hut lie made friends with the Indians ami got into trouble with the civil authorities by declaring tnat the land belonged to the Indians, and that therefore the King had no right to give It away. Finally he took his stand on tK. statement that "no human power lias the light to Intermeddle in inatb is of conscience; neither church nor state may proscribe the smallest iota of te llglous faith." A committee of ministers came ti Salem to censure him, but he refns,-! to recognize their authority. The b n eral Court of Iloston summoned him to appear for trial on a charge of heresy. He refused to go and a warrant for his arrest was issued. Iu itf, n. W;lJJ banished from the colony. Willi a number of his congregation he settled at Providence, and as an outcast from Massachusetts founded the State ,,f lthode Island. He had great inilii. n,.,. with the Indians and printed the first No. S3 Four Handkerchiefs. KoarGan- tllDMU'l llandkar ohif, hetnatitcb d.colorad bord era. Nent pnnt puld on receipt ol 2 rrut pealMHO atMiup and U al uilure out from wrappore of Arbucklaa Koaatad Oodaa. - r The J. K. Torrey Razor la lst made In tue United Mat - .' 1 1..' printed Kuara untftfof the manufac- ics with i-ucii iazor. Srut poa(puid on iiiiiliiri cut tiom wrappera of Arbucklas' Carving Knife and Fork. .nil ( riniiK' I. uck born hundlea. Knife blade prc, t b.irtieo prepnid, on receipt of nnil !'.) niv tiuliirex cut fioiu wrapperaof U l.t ri ordering; name your neareat Kzpreaa mini No. 07. Picture Frame. Cabinet Hiie, brass, nilverplated. Sent ' poaipuid on re , t-eipl of a rent I'oataae atamp and l'i aina lurea cut front W r a p pers of Ar lu.k.'es' Koasted Cotfee. No. 71. Enameled Alarm Clock. Illuhest utandard of Alarm Cloclr . ' ScumlcMH frame, ornamental hanuu, Krcmh puttern and Hei-oud band, j Will run thirty hour wit ti one wind ; Iiik'. Sent by exprea, cliarcea prepaid, on receipt of ' cent ! postage htnmp unit SO nicna j lure out from wrappers of Ar- buckles' HouHted Collee. When or i derln name your neareHt Eipreas j Office and your Post Otlice as well. YORK CITY, N. Y. dictionary of the Indian language- All the remainder of his life he was busy iu fierce religious controversies, but though he opposed men's opinions he neer denied them liberty of thought, lie died In ltkSl. A splendid public park In Providence, 11. I., bears his name. Awheel Iu Her Itathing .Suit. A striking method of avoidiug the discomfort of a hot day was exploited by a young woman in the Hergeu sec tion of Jersey City yesterday. She appeared on a blcycU in a bathing suit, and it was not a bathing suit of much amplitude, either. The white arms of the young woman were bare; the skirt of her costume was short find her stockings were of the latticework pattern. She was fol lowed by an astonished and enter tained cronvd, but paid no attention to the somewhat pointed comments cre ated by her appearance. New York Journal. Cllrl l'reacher, Sixteen Year Old. Miss Melesln K. Sowles, of Pros pect, Wis., is Just l years old. One year ago she was given an unlimited license- to preach by the Honey Creek quarterly meeting of the Free Hap tist church. Last week she preached tlie opening sermon at tlie yearly meeting of the church, a great audi ence being present. Miss Sowles will nttend the Theological Seminary at Hillsdale, Mich., after shie gets out of school. An to the Latest I'miI. "These horseless carriages are great tilings." "Yes, Indeed. I had one once." What did you do with It V 'Outgrew It."-. Jewish Comment. Not III i. Serious. "Maud Juts promised to become my wife." "Well, don't worry about It, 1113 lad. Women frequently break their prom ises." -Tit lilts. Smallest Kiiatwn Flower. The smallest tluwvr known to the botanist is said to Ve that of tle yeast plant. It Is .mlf rovieople In size. The beat of t om els is nald to lie 2,HH times greater than, red hot iron. Ip, HE WAS MUCH SURPRISED. DID NOT THINK THAT IT COULD BE POSSIBLE. What an Austrian Lieutenant Salt! on Hearing of the lllvliiK l p of Hie Spanish fleet at SautlMifo. Capt. Taylor gives an amusing nc- I count In the Century of his Interview j with an Austrian lieutenant, who boarded the Indiana Immediately af ter the fight at Santiago: 1 He was iu full uniform, with a brll ; liant display of epaulets and gold lace, j white waistcoat and trousers, lie j found us covered with the smoke and j dust of battle, groups of half-naked men lining up to salute him as he ! passed, their faces streaked with pow j tier, smoke and coal dust. He reached j me on the bridge, finally, in a state of j polite bewilderment, and presented j his captain's request for permission to j pass in through our blockading lines ami bring out from Santiago Austrian refugees desiring to leave that be sieged town. After referrlmr hlin to I Admiral Sampson, and telling him he j would be found some distance to the I westward he asked for news, and I j told him we had Just come out of ae j tlon with Cervera's squadron. He showed great surprise, ami said: "Then there has been a battle?" "Yes." I replied. "Ami the result?" he asked, eagerly. "We have defeated them." "Hut where is Cervera's fleet now?" he inquired. "His flagship, the Maria Teresa, Is there, lieutenant," I answered, point lug, at the same time, to the beach a few miles distant. "Hut I see nothing there but SOfUe smoke, captain!" "It Is the smoke of the Teresa burn ing, lieutenant; she is a wreck upon the beach." He was silent, and I continued: "Close tti her oil the beach you will 1 see another column of smoke; that Is the Oqiiendo burning. On the side nearer to us, is the Pluton, sunk In the breakers; .and the Furor Is uear her, but Is on the bottom in deeper water, and Is not visible." "Hut," lie interrupted, "you have then destroyed half those splendid vessels of Cervera's!" "Wait lieutenant." I continaed, "and look a few miles farther to the west ward, and you will see another col umn of smoke; that Is the Vlzeaya, on the beach near Aserradeius. As to the Colon, she is still farther to the west ward, out of sight from us here, but you will see her presently as your cap tain steers In that direction to find Ad miral Sampson, who Is at that end of our line." Ills eyes ranged along the shore as I pointed out the different vessels. "Mein Oott!" be exclaimed. "Then you have destroyed the whole of that splendid squadron! I did not think It possible." After a moment more of silent as tonishment he said, with a polite sym pathy which concealed eager profes sional curiosity: "And your injuries, captain? What losses lias the American squadron sus tained?" "None," I replied. "Hut, captain, you do not under stand; it is what casualties what ships lost or disabled that I ask." "None, lieutenant." I said. "The In diana was struck twice, suffered no Injury, uo luss. The other ships are virtually iu the same condition. We are all of us perfectly ready for an other battle-as much so as before Cervera came out this morning." His astonishment was now com plete. "Mein Oott!" he exclaimed again. "Admiral Sampson's fleet has destroy ed these great Spanish ships, and without injury to Ids own squadron! Sir, it is unheard of! I must go to lu form my captain." Problem Solved. If tlu' establishment of State em ployment bureaus in tlds country is developed as it has been in Oermaiiy the problem which con fronts housewives whose domestic af fairs are disarranged, will be practi cally solved. In Oermany a domestic servant Is engaged on a contract which runs for six months. Wages average from 7." to $100 a year, but gifts of clothing ami other Incidentals are also Included. Every applicant for a position Is required to present a book containing a written recommen dation made by each previous employ er. On leaving a situation these books must be presented at the local otlice of the State employment agency. A .man Is at once sent out to verify the signature, and. If found correct, the recommendation is so Indorsed by the authorities. If fault Is found with a domestic servant before ber contract expires the Justice of the complaint Is Investigated, if it Is Justified she Is discharged and It becomes correspond ingly hard for her to secure a new place, people who have lived In 5er iiiiui cities say that this system has practically solved the servant girl problem. Servants are careful to give satisfactory service ami employers are much less hasty iu discharging those with whom they find fault. Helped by a Tip. "I don't see how it happens that you get tue siaii in jim "hhiii'ms rivals so often, said the man to me prosperous undertaker. "Why, you must have nearly double the trade of any of the others." "(Juess I do,' said the man of cas kets frankly, "guess I do. of course mum is tlie word, but the fact Is Dr. Cutter always gives me a tin when he's going to dig for appendicitis and I'm invariably the first man to apply for the Job! '-CleveIaiid Plain Dealer. C.ermans weigh nearly ten nounds each man more than Frenchmen. Tfheu the Suit Ceaaea to Shine the Earth Will Freeae Up. Our sun Is now a yellow star, sim ilar to Capella, and hence It will even tually liecome blulsh-whlte, like Sirlua and Vega. The secular shrinkage of the sun's radius will cause a steady rise iu Its tempera lure, and when the body has reached the stage of Slrlus. where the temperature Is, perhaps, doubled, the light emitted will become Intensely blue. The teuqierature may be ex pected to go on rising till a small radius Is attained, and linally, when the dense mass. Intensely hot, becomes Incapable of further shrinkage, on ac count of Increase iu the molecular forces, resisting condensation, a cool ing will gradually ensue, after which tlie body will liquefy and then rapidly decline in splendor. The sun will thenceforth be wrapped In everlasting darkness, and the chill of death will overtake the planetary system. A con dition of intense brilliancy, and hence the obscurity of such bodies 1J companions of Sirius, Procyou, and Al gol. The most obscure satellites are thus assodateil with some of the brightest and most intensely luminous stars In our sky. and here the smaller of the two masses, as iu tlie case of the planets of the solar system, have developed most rapidly. In view of this approaching extinc tion of tlie sun's activity, It becomes a matter of Interest to inquire how long Its heat will sustain life upon the earth. Though It is difficult to submit the subject to accurate computation, It Is easy to see that the exahustiou of the sun's light ami heat certainly will not occur for several hundred thousand aud perhaps not for several million years. Thus tlie ultimate doom of our system need occasion no anxiety among those now living, but the result Is philosophically Interesting to those who look several million years into the future. As experiment has shown that the sun's vertical rays falling continuous ly upon terrestrial Ice would melt a layer three centimeters in thickness per day, it follows that a similar shell of Ice would form over the earth In case the sun's light and heat were cut off; thus In a month the whole earth would be forzen like the polar eglous, and only the deeper bodies of water, containing a great amount of heat, would remain in a liquid state. The oceans themselves would freeze over with a few years at the latest, and the winds and even the tides would cease to agitate the terrestial globe, which would henceforth spin In Its orbit as a rigid, lifeless jnass. Altantlc Mou- Condition In l'onoe. Ponce claims, by her last census, a population of ftUHX) people In' her ur ban and rural districts of the pro vince. In the town proper, however, the population is 15,000, or a little over, though, by including the villages of Cantera, Canas and Playa, which, are closely connected together, and lie on the highway leading to the water front two miles away, the number may be raised to 1M.500, or quite as many people as iu San Juan proper. An Important factor to men con templating a permanent residence la some town on the Island is the possi bility of extension of the corporate limits. Ponce has none of the natural barriers to expansion existing at Sau Juan, as it is built upon a level sur face, under the edges of the rolling hills, aud at a considerable elevation above the sea. It can grow readily in almost any direction with equal facil ity, and It has not at its threshold any of the miasmatic, fetid marshes so common to the coast. There are three hospitals, including the military; a home for the Indigent poor, a few fair schools, several clubs, at which Americans are very gracious ly received: a very pretty little theater, several hotels and cafes, which are the best on the island; a library with a few rare books and many worthless ones, gas, electric light and ice plants all too small and defective; water works, supplying an abundance of good pota ble water; thermal baths, of which few seem to avail themselves, and lastly, the only Protestant church In Porto f Hlco. Harper's Weekly. Made Htm What He Was. Bismarck's courtship was very brief. Bismarck met and lost his heart to Fraulelu von Puttkammer at a wed ding, and thereupon wrote to her pa rents and boldly demanded her. As at this Ume he was a wild youth, whose prauks were the talk of the country, It Is not surprising that the young lady's father should' say: "It was as if some one had struck me on the head with a heavy ax." However, Bis marck's love being evidently returned, the lady's parents Invited him to visit them that they might known some thing more about him than report told them. At the time of his arrival the parents were ready to greet their guest with proper solemnity, ana rneir daughter stood by with downcast eyes. Bis marck rode up and, hastily alighting. threw his arms around his sweetheart's neck and kissed her before any ous had time to protest. The result was a formal betrothal. The "Iron Chancel lor" was fond of telling this tale, and he generally added to it the remark: It Is she who made me what I am." Bostuu Transcript. Color, of Flh. The fish Is white -below and green bove because white Is the color of the j light shining through the water, and hence protects him from his enemy be low. His back being green makes him, on the other hand, appear from above as part of the green water, and Is his safeguard from hawks and other enemies. Sicilian laborers are glad to pet ten ence a day for 14 hours work.