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Barre Evening Enterprise,
Printed daily (except Nnnliiv) J.y
The Enterprise Publishing Co.,
i:.vi:i:i:, - - Vt.
H. C. WHITAKER, Editor and Manager.
A Natlvo Australian Weather Prophet.
"Warrigul, " called Sergeant Dalton
to tho black trnol
Nut the Queen K... I 1,".",yPot lor tho camp tonight. My
uiimi uiiit:ii cmuus up more
One month, -One
The Fate of Spain.
months n;;.) ii I ; n li ! 1 ,ir Now
England newspaper aiiiiiiiliii-i-il lliat (lie
Iri-t.loin of cii ,.! ..ls ,v ,.;,,, iM ,(,
hook of fate. Who can duulil :
truth of thai assertion ? if tj,js . ti-u,..
from present indications il won!, I scmii
thai I Jus downfall of the limu-hou kiujr
doui across 1,'ic sea was lioiiMc u-riii,..,
in llii! .same I -iU of fate. How can
Spain escape the doom her own police
and people have made for her:' Never
iiaviii;f expended hut little funds on the
comm. .11 people, she has has allowed the
lower classes to MT)nv m, :.. ..,,.,.
imiil Ihev were led to the will
mat itieir ancient Meets and n.iorlv fed
and poorer equipped Spani,!i soldiers
((iJ WHEN YOU ARE OLD.
.'"l cents , Then Vim are ni l mi,t ,.1..,,. .,11 ...
:;.im And muliliiic. l,y tlie tire, tnlied.nvn (l,is
And slowly imd ,i ., t tj, tnir 1(Juc
lour eyes lndon-enml ut their iihinlinvs deep.
How; ninny lovcl your moments of clad erara
Anil loved your Unuly with love fatso or
But one nam loved tlm piljrrim soul in you
And loved tiiu sorrows of your ehiiiieing fllL.u
could easily d
:is they calh
the real fact
class of the
d'eat the "V;
as they existed, every
Spanish citizens cried:
"('lino' u, Cuba and li-du a-ainst!
The orders were oheyod by th,; alarm !
ad and frightened Satr.i.sta and his nd-j
visers, which plan was cndiifseil by the:
Queen l,e-ent who, with a mother's de
votion, loilsimply to save the Ihron.
for her infant son, Hut what, is to he
Ihe fruits of this sowing of iuorauoe
among the Spanish people. Already
the answer is 1 uud in In; wil l mobsllial
ate reported its slurmin; the residences
of the li! oral leaders and whose "-roans
are even disturbing the
lie .-spau'.-n kingdom, limber cries
t'loughoul liie sil'cci
t'ircats of a gianli
luaid on every side.
What must be the result id' such
critical situation as the (Jiieea 1,'egeu
and her advis
human so-called civilized government
on Ihe face of tho globe.. Who is lo
liiani ? Nut II
crniiienl of Spain
iS' 1.1 01 ner luian Mil"'. Ml I in fnill u. .
..,.,, " B".v " s going to rain soon. "
in s hi, t,U! system which Spain has! Tho uborigine roll. .1 over ou his back,
1 isiened on her people for many ecnlii- 1 a'ri fl,r 'ornl minutes ho scanned tbo
t'!i". ' somber banks uliovo. 'J'hon ho darted n
glance into tho forest about. Dalton
watched bim, for ho knew that the eye
of a weather prophet peered into tho
Thll Wliolo tillin fhn lilnolr Intr nti tUa
iiouim, witn ms arms under his head,
lie never moved u nmseln n
cd about in his Iiead liko irresponsible
pupiien wlnto marbles, covering tho
whole space from tho ground behind
ium io mo norizou in trout nnd tho
arth rim of tho black vault abovo him,
on each side. Then bo slowly closed his
ii us ior a moment and rolled over on
ms eiuow, lacing tho sergeant
"Xo rain, manna. Plenty dry spell
all along two months. "
"How do you tell nil this weather
UUSlIleSS.' r in KiOT.oiml-. lit .-...! .. ,
knew hv nast oxneriennn tlmr. Hin ivooHicr
prediction of any truo Australian tribes
nian was more to bo trusted than that
from any scientific meteorological bu
reau. These people predict seasons of
wind and rain with perfect accuracy.
"See gum leaf?" said Warrigul, point
ing to tho eucalyptus trees.
"Yds, plenty of them," assented Dalton.
s nosin it rain, leaf Inw iWn
S'posin it keep dry, leaf stand up. Seo,
all leaf stand up to look for water. Wa
ter long time oil'.
"Look on ground," continued the ab
original hushmau. "Gum leaf dry, turn
up, crack loud. No rain. S'posin rain
booh, leaf drink in wet first; layout.
I'lenty heavy dew all nights; plenty
long dry spell ahead. "Outing.
Innrn in n Infter nf Chniles Dickens to
Flowers In niatory.
Deshabille can he i"'Pire, ns wo : ioy - Thpy ll;lvo
IViilll IU i UU111 Ui .-" - .
tho late James T. Fields, tho America!! (lone soeu ,. VV " '',.,, n .;,, flf
o nlwavs played a great
,k a sjirig of
to dio with
tasenets, when a km
mi i s ior Die tpns wroto: i iiieaiu-"! , iikcui.i., ....... .. .,
that somebody was dead. It was u pri- ; yellow urc ' " F,lgllll,,,, the
vato gentleman and a particular friend, , jny name. The " "1'
and I was greatly overcome when tho , hires or l ra m.n-
news was broken to mo (very delicately) ami Horoo conlhcts Ii en . t. m .
hv n noiiHmimn iii a cocked hat. too cent blossoms nusui . u..
. ' . " . . . , . , I in c,.w. it. w:;n t in irony ol lar
boots ana a sneet. jxorning uisu. uuuu
God.' I said, 'is he dead?' 'nomas
And, tjcmliw,' down l,csi,l flic Klowin liars,
Murmured n liulo srnl, "From us fled love.'
Ho prii i .1 u;,on t !in niouii Iii ins far almvo
And bid Ida taua niuM a crowd of stars.
"i'oems," l,y W. 1). Yeats.
S.;io Qnlel.cKt Ouch In tlio World Ar Salil
10 i, ju lnoisas City.
F. B. Dcllenba'.tgh writes of "Tho
Quick Ilorco" in t:t. Xicholas, his
articlo telling nf the training of horses
for tho lire department. Mr. DoUcn
hidicfi at 0,10 tilll,! Kansas City at the head-
1 fllTlVfoVJ ..f if., -1 i ....
' ,"' "iu oeiiiirtinenr, directly
mnler the odice of fhn idiief fr.
C Hale. To JUr. Hale's m.ninc
- " llllliu
than to any other factor theftuick horso
owed liis first de
! Hillo i.S tJlo iiivciifnr nf tlrt
, ' ti
Hwiiigmg harness which mado tho
quick horso possible. When Mr. Henry
M. Stanley and his wifo were in this
country, thev Witnessed no nv I. i Iji 4-i
I drill f the Kansas City firo denartment.
, J-ho drill so impressed tho visitors that
an account of it was published in a Lon
don journal, and this Knglish articlo
brought nil invitnUnn f,. rr..i..
visit hug-land as (ho representative- of
...... , mo. !..!" nro servico at tho interna
iionai nro tournament. Mr. Halo and
v i.ici.eu corps went to England, tak
in with them tho remarkably quick
van, and they hecamo
ooiious. as tno quickest harness
ing limo of tho London fi
" 'j-jiikiu i a x
II J 1 Tl 11 f n 1 . 1 ' p(,miwl. 1
j Kim wcroont of tho cngino honpe
m lo:; than 8 etwonds, there could bono
YhUln uut," 1" KnnsiiH City four fino
! IJ.. . S 1 r HlUCl.i n 1 I. -i
j . v- tit lioj iiouit aim
j i...u,ei n.icc almost as quickly as even
i .um jj.iu coum inmp into the r liar
the (Jiieea 1! en:! IT'' ,'!,H U si8bt to '-0 thoso
ii i 1 Ji,'Ilc worses siinng to their
ire called inion In: tJh,,! H, .i-.u h 10 1111 ir
t...-.. ,.JU nlIUi0 j. UJ(1 gong and in
iaeci' Already tin; i:i!el;igent; slate. s. two or three seconds stand ready to run
men id' Spain, een though they are. few j W1,u t.1'" apparatus. Joe was killed by
in number, can observe the handu rit
ii. neoi.ii in, nut Dan, with a new matu.
ing oa the wall' Willingly would) Tl o Vonml for ,. h -r V "T
- , x" u ul" 101 quickest time from tho
Cortes vote to gjve ( ui.a her freedom if
they dared.-to, face ihe popular clamor.
Spain i.s in tb(- mhlst of a gn at national
danger. A sli lit move ebher uav will
place Ihe foriuucs of
u.u.hs oi culler I arlos the l'relendcr, or
a mighty revolution may bring f-p.iin
anolhor so-called republie, or a possible
. Ulilit:u-y diidaton-hip with Weyler Ihe
king of bitlirhers in control.
Should tho present Spanish ministry
succeed with almost a miracle in keep
ing Alfonso safe on the throne andsall
prevent a mighty revolution in that
stricken peninsula, internal s.ril'es and
ilangerou., f ictions Viould mill Inn. the
council chauibi Yicwe I from any
'Jioiul. pain is :d in si. at the cud of her
. journey s- f ir as Spain of m-day is c..n-
i. i iio i.-i ueis ot liie east art! no
lunger in her grasp. Already the I) ns
' are an uuiuipoiiaul fact or in the s;dl!e
meli! of the vexed ettsleru question.
Nex', the only l.;i.-c of stippliis open to
her ill western .va:ers will lie l.,.v.,,,,l
her control, for Torso liico, without
question, will soon be in the hands oi
our naval crews.
' The Jo.sing of Cuba will be the lasl
"straw lo break Ihe b:u k of Spain " by
indulge in the comment "Poor id
Sjiain". Syn,),al;iy is never to he desiped
hut who can have any .sympathy for any J
fate which may befall such a country as!
Spain has proved herself lo lie. Why I
has Snail) fallen from liie proudest
most powerful of Kuropenn countries in
Ihft days Of Charles. X. down lo an iu
siguilier.nt thrid-ia'.o and almosl destroy
ed kingdom'.' The answer is in lite long
list of cruel aids which tho rulers of that
country have seen lit to heap on the
common reojue uoiu at lionie and in col
onics in vrious purls of the old and new
Inhuman and unreasonable systems
of goveiniiieiil drove South American
y t!Ofina-ics ;.' into Open; revolt againl the
inollier conn! ry imd brought; after years
. of lilood, a victory 'Fir those Sjiain had
so wrongfully oppressed. So in Cuba
to-day, who hut Ihe rulers of Ihe des
l'mes of ! hi; fading" monarchy are re
spmisibh -for ' Ihe present, war I1 Op.
pressive taxation has driven the people
of tho precious islands at. our south into
rebellion, anil from the commencement
in mi: icu years war lo mis hour (he
Spanish have never sought to inau
gural e a policy that should bring p,T.
maucnl peace lo thai most valuable
IrciiMire of her kingdom. HVhal can be
given for the cause of the chasm on
viiiicu npuni i ii to-i lay siai.ds waiting
for the plunge of deal'h ?
Xo heller aiiMver can be given than
taut "Spain lias sowed to the v, int, , j
must now reap the whirlwind
Ihe tale ot Ihe Spanish kin-don, is writ
leu in the book of lime few people vvp
lunli'rlal.e lo deny
. .....u i. win uiu
engine houso to tho throwing of water
i no uro is held by a Kansas City
company. In this instance tho horses
were harnessed, a mn of 2, 1 04 feeMo
Jittlu less than half a in.'V--'r " !"
and wiiter-M. ;.' ' "lu W11S llliu1''.
. i.i'nt.'ii Ipi.i.i .1.1 i. .
ioi 1rt' , ioii, iliv iiusu in rno
uoiioerniuy unci tnnocf l minutoai
Schopenhauer ou Women.
Schopenhauer's mother, Joanna, was
MjiKuiar woman, with whom ho was
perpetually at war. Sho was lively, ho
was grim. ,Sho was a sentimentalist, ho
detected sentiment. Sho was devoted to
Kocicty, to gossip, to the convenances of
life. Ho lived for ideas, end with an al
most f.avage moroseness poured scorn on
tho round of "at homes" and icsthetio
parties. Jioth were selfish and quar
relsome. Wo mav imlon. rliorof,,,.,. ct.f
..iioiiemmucr tooic ms notions of worn
eu partly irom lus mother, It goes with
out taying that these notions Worn vin
lent in tho extreme, yet not without
some aspects of truth.
The new woman would ravo at this
bauro on ner nretensinnc n..,i ,.t a
oi .v. ,. 1 ; . - "
..oo.ooo ner gooti to read what Scho
penkauer has to say with as much calm
ness as sho can command. Woman is
Jicro depicted as emnhatieallv "n
man" indeed so far below man as to
no lit only ior tho rolo of tho old fash
ioned Gorman liausfrau. Self Culture.
Halts and Where to Find Them.
Frogs aro most plentiful on tho
shores of ponds and streams filled with
plant growth and in low moist places
in meaiiows. in searching for them in
grass wait till you see ono jump, then
catch it in your bands. They aro not so
easily got from tho shores, as they
aro apt to take- to tho water at tho first
Crabs aro usually found under stones
along the shores of a stream or pond.
and m some localities in low moist
places i:i grass lands. Se.i ZD file prnh
back of tho pinchers and it cannot uiD
Dohsons are only found under rnnusv
stones in swift running waters. They
aro of a dark gray color, luivo many
legs, and when fuilv
three inches long. Tho head i shir.M
shaped and armed With L'lll.d ulnnl Tii..
cers, so handle thodobsou as you would
ci.io. ino nest way to get a supply of
dohsons is tl) have snnm nnn liM ,
edge of a fino meshed net on tho bot
tom of tho stream, while yc.u turn over
tho stones abovo tl lo net: wil li (i li.w.
The dolisiuiu 1.im1.i. ,l,,.:-
., ,U,-,1U into Iiuin nr. -, ,
bottom, will ho carried.. .
ti . . r- UJu curreiiE
.-ltu rTZVog, crabs aud doh
sons into a pail with plenty of grass and
some water. If you aro to keep them for
somo timo, chaiigo tho water occasionally.
Grubs aro excellent bait for trout ear
ly in tlio season. They aro found in par
tially decayed tree trunks, stumps and
old timbers left in moist places. Cut
into the wood with an m. miH if t.n
find it full of holes of tho size of a lead
pencil knock it to pieces aud pick out
tho grubs. Put them in a tin bait box
with somo of tho rotten wood you found
mem m. Harper's Hound Tahlo.
dead, sir,' rejoined the gentleman, 'as a
doornail. But wo must all die, Mr.
Dickens, sooner or later, my de:r fir.
'Ah,' I said, 'yes, to bo sure Very truo.
But what did he die of?' The gentleman
burst into a flood of tears and said in a
voico uroueii uy emotion, 110 consum
ed his youngest child, sir, with a toast
Somo sensitive men refuso to appear
en deshabille ou any terms. "There was
a lovable English clergyman," says
Mark Twain in "A Tramp Abroad,"
"who did not ant tn tahlo d'hote at all.
TTis hrennhns had rnrnorl nil lllis'sil!"
and without any equivalent. Ho said
lin wno mil: ,nni'n nfirti'ii l;ir fliull or.hi.r
peoplo, hut ho had noticed that a clergy
man ill. uiuuei lllJouu ioij' mucuiJca
was almost sure to excite remark. "
Tho coniuletost deshabille is obtain
nhln in fhn trnnlna Tlio lorn Tfoiirv
Drummoud once wroto homo from cen-
trnl Afrioa ftifil; ho Imd nnHmur ml linr.
a helmet and three innsonitors Svdnev
Smith, who was tho first man to pray
lu August tor the power to take oil Ins
uosn ana sit in ms uouos, described tno
Height or bliss attainable by a Sierra
Lponn nnrivn tn lin citHii., 4n mm. lull1
of a ineJoii, with the other half on his
neacl, eating tho pulp. Coruhill Iilaga
ceiii. u""'''""" . jr. ,i
let! Surely it was tho irony of fate t ut
. . 1 l.m.ii f7 llltil tno
wnvn this cmi'K'Jii m """""v -
wove tins eiiiuieiii in j
proud destinies of tho French etnpire
a forecast perhaps of tho tragedies to
101110. Tho Empress Eugenie worn them
eu her bridal day; they fell thick and
...(. ., tl,,, nriiirni imncriul's nail. Ine.V
were laid ou (he hist restmg place i.r
England's beloved "Princess- J.lary,
jvni'ds, couveuu u
from tho Empri'ss Eu-
Wo liavo on hand a few copto
the Illustrated Edition of
sour, witn tllCHU Y.oi'i
The Sliyscraper CoiiHldered n a Device
J-'or Saving Labor.
In tho tall bmhliuL'it is enirili,in.,ii
"a condition, not a theory, " that con
fronls us. Tho many storied ollico build
ing 3 a necessary product of certain
economic factors which have operated iu
i biiira 01 tno architects, and more intense-
'O ; li in llirt 1T,, 11-.1 c...
j ...u laiauu oiaies man elsewhere.
This is what has mado it so peculiarly
an American product. Of these econom
ic factors tlio cost of land, so common
ly alleged as tho controlling one, has
leally been tho least important. Land
in parts of Pari and T,nnd, in .........
Jy as m Xew iork and Chicago, but tho
t-i Biwiv oiuco nunc inn hnu , ,.,
uto vogue there, while, on tho other
hand, buildings of 10 or 12 stories aro
not uncommon in American cities of tho
feccoud and third rank, where land i.s
relatively cheap. Tho causa causans of
tho skyscraiiing monstrosity is to 1-u
Bought in tho drive and harry of Amr'r.
lean business life, and in the accom
pany.ng American propensity to savo
time and l:il,i. 'ri 1 .
...... thyscraper is a
hu;o labor saving and timo saving do
vice. . 0
ri blliU11"8 aIl"?st a completo
. ..... uaaniMUj- wiuiin its walls
ba .ks and insurance ofllces, postoflico
MH telegraph oflico, business exchanges
estaurantH, cIubr(K,n,s and shops. Tho
hus.iiess man can provide himself with
Clothes, shoes. eli,vL. .. .. .
1 n, . ' -n,"', oiuiii -ery nun
aths; receive and dispatch his mail and
, ,.T- IN; KI,w'uhito 011 'chanoo
rCi" rU la7w"ul ''fchitcct
N hicij his ollico is located. Tho e
i.-,,..,,, 7 -"'Jor drops Him with
l ioduct of tins samo American hasto
::i?n'1,1!'Jil,!,.1:vitlit the elevator
Thai ' . " V, 1,n,, wonld ho an in,-
cess of ,, , U' tr"pbaiit suc
venUoV or! -ln3
A Curious Lion Story.
When lions were still IllininrniiB nurl
easily observed iu southern Africa, they
were sometimes seen instructing 0:10 an
other iu voluntary gymnastics and prac
ticing their leaps, making a hush play
tho part of tho absent game. Moffat
tells tbo story of a lion, which had
missed a z bra by miscalculating tho
distance, repeating tho jump several
times for his own instruction Two of
ms comrades coming upon him while ho
cngagen in tno ox-ore so l.
tnem around the rock to show them how
matters stood, and then
tho slatting point, completed tho lesson
by making a final hum ti. 1.
- j..,,, iiiuiiUS
Kepc roaring durum the whr,u f n.
curious scene, "talking together," as
mo iinuvo who watched them said By
tho aid of individ till I i-f!iiiiti(f xi 4-u:
Jiind industrial animals become apter
as they grow older: old birds f, j...
(7 Vt.HU ijrj.iia
.u. uuug ones, and littlo mammals
like mico becomiiiL' mnm n,ii.i,
-"n "1UH lIUi
ao. let, however ancient in tho life of
no species tlieso acquisitions may be,
they havo not tho solidity of primordial
instincts and aro lost rapidly if net
... .u. liCtoumeau 111 Popular
Grant and Airs. Newton.
Summer Hill, closo to Stndley, V'a.,
is a very interesting place, built over
100 years ago, and was tho arena of
much active warfaro about tho year
1802. Mrs. Newton resides there, tlio
widow of Captain William li. Newton,
a scholarly geutlomau and bravo 'com
mander of cavalry iu General Fitz-IIugh
Leo's brigade, who was killed at tho
battlo of Culpcper Courthouse. Summer
Hill was taken for headquarters by
General Grant, and there ho held a
council of war with General Hancock
and General McDowoll. General Grant
told Mrs. Newton ho was expecting an
attack, and that a battle would ho fought
under ner very rooftreo and added :
"1 advise you strongly, madam, to go
over into King William county with
your mtlo children. I will bo glad to
furnish you nu ambulance and safeguard
to cross the lines. "
Sho answered: "No, I prefer to rtay
hero. This old homo i.s all I have left,
and if its fate is to full down it will
havo to fall 011 my head. I can put tho
children down in tho notatn celler
general, if you should Jjet-Sairol vviieu
the firing begins 'cau g0 (jown thcra
"" General Grant laughed heartily and
aid: "Have your own way, madam.
You aro bravo enough. " After the war
was over ha inquired very particularly
of her and expressed the hopo that sho
came out all right. Boston Transcript.
A Latin poem of tho si.Ueenfh cen
tury has a pretty legend of a violet
that, in mythological days, was a
i.loi. .,ll,l Loithis. one (;f Dia:m's
,1 vin n id Shu attracted the attention of
a"tii,1I,i wlinse iidmiratiou she did not
return, aud, (lyiug from his pursuit,
sho implored Diana to destroy tho beau
ty which occasioned her so much trou
ble. Diana granted her request ami
turned her face to a dud purple.
Ianthis, however, soon regretted the
loss of her beauty and was pining away
with grief, when the goddess had pity
on her and changed her into a (lower,
which still shrinks from Apollo (tho
snnl and hides her modest head 111 tho
shade; hence perhaps the French "pee
sio, " which often acconn anies the vio
let (used as a seal or riic; ornamenta
tion), "II faut 1110 chercher. " GeuLlc
womou. Not l lrkle.
Tho saying, "Fieklo as a weather
cock," once received a striking n 'auc
tion in tho experience of Dr. W. 1
C'hanui.'i." The famous Boston divim
being of a feeble eoustiftitiou, was h
to go 1 1 extremes in protecting biuj.-e!
Which will be sold to close fh(
-1 A 1 1
out tor inmost mm price.
6 CENTS A COPY.
Now is your time to get a oi),j
amain. Come early.
Concord Dye House,
32 Warren Street,
Concord, - - N. H.
Agents Winded. Send for catalogue,
against tho cold, ncm tvaliir' air of the
will tor in Dostnn. At neh t!:::os noth
ing would induce him to iso 01.1 of the
Americans will find that tho English
11 quenciy exlnbit a distaste for sponge
I cakl! aud !"dy lingers. This is not sur
prising when it is known that they are
nerved with light refreshments at funer
a s 11, M parts of tho Eritish islands
imd often are sold under tho name of
funeral biscuits." In Yorkshire when
prevented from attending a f1Joral to
, mviuuiou nas boon given a
inomorial card is received witli several
lady lingers folded in black edged paper
and fastened with black seals. -New
Father to tho Man.
Tho philanthropist had argued vehe
mently for altrajsm as tho only right
principle of coiiuuet, and wo were both
pretty cross whenj at last declared that
egotism was the more natural and cited
children as examples. Then he smiled.
Ho has a houseful and his niTneri.ni c...
them is so consistent with his profes
sions that he couhY not beln tbvn. .-,
logic to tho misiiiuthrones 1
this perfect examplo of tho truth of my
Tho other ui"ht. " ho i -iid ".
baby was sick, so my wife brnnnin i.;i;.
into our bed Ho fell uslee.n vnrC nnii'
ly then, but I lay awako for an hour or
moro. Suddenly I felt tlm ebilri t,,,,
start and sit un. It was rbnf,,.-.- h, t.
1.:,. ,11. . f . . " .
ms uie mat 110 bad experienced total
darkness, for iu tho nursery the g is i i
kept dimly lighted all niidif. I tl-',.'
ous to see what ho would do. I felt him
inrow Himself about by quick, sharp
jerks, looking first 0110 way, thin tho
other, trying to see something. There
was nothing left iu existeueo for tho
child, of courso. Tho room had vanish
ed, mamma was conn, nana h, ,1.
and tho heavensall had disapoeared
But tho baby didu 't cry. Ho sat perfect
ly still for a minuto, then he said
aloud, as if with completo self satisfac
'"Baby all right. ' "-Now York
house, even in a e avi'ie.j'e if-' t'lnwi'id 1 A
was from the east.
A friend, not having heard fvn-n Dr.
Chanuing for threo weeks, not-.viih. raid
ing that the weather bud beeu una. anal
ly mild and agreeable, feared that ho
might bo iii and called at his house to
inquire. He found Chanuiug in his
library, the sun streaming through tha
closed windows, and a blazing iiro 1:1
the grate. The room was almost sull'o
cating. Tbo doctor himself seemed i:i
ins usual health and spirits. Naturally
tho visitor asked why he was not enjoy
ing the soft air aud sunshine. Chatming
shook his bead and said: "Imnoysible.
my friend. I dare not, and you know I
never do, venture out of doors in an ca:;t
"Ent the wind has been south for tha
last threo weeks," urged his frit nd
"You aro greatly mistaken," refill
ed tbo doctor. "Look at the weather
vane," and ho pointed triumphantly to
the weathercock of a neighboring church.
"But that vane has not moved for the
last threo weeks. It wants oiliu;;, " was
the response. 1
The good doctor had h; t;i Ircnl, n uri-:.
oner for threo weeks, by a rusty weath
ercock. Youth 's Companion.
LACE CURTAJN CLEANING
siei ialty. Xo frames used thus avoiding
lioek inniKS. (mods sent liy express wit:
be promptly returned.
Eiriied I'orclietils. Money i.s not in
vested in Ihe stock market or in so-called
syndicates, bin iu rnod,: solid collateral,
where 110 less can lie possible.
You ca ' invent .10 to 1000, or any
amount between; can withdraw il al any
lime; and cau have principal and inter
Have never lost a dollar for a cuslo.
ir. .i. Years of experience with salislieil
1 Osloniers lhr.iu;;bi.itt all New England
Write for circulars. The best of ' refer
ooces. A. .1. LITCHFIELD.
Cd Sta;c St., Boston Mass.
' Not So Green.
Tho up town bound cablo car appar
ently was iu tho handj of a green mo
tormau. At least that was tho way tho
exowu or passengers accepted it wheu,
after each stop, ir, started up u;;ai:i with
a violent jerk, whioh threw bi.j men
around liko skittles. Straps were of no
At Prince street a little (del man got
on and mado his way to about the mid
dle of tho car. Ho lost something uf hi:
uiildues.s of expression when ha was
thrown suddenly and forcibly against n
young woman, knocking oil' her h.ir
out 110 said nothing. Next a hi- man
made a parabolic swing, landed and
nearly knocked him thron:;h tho win
dow. Then the faco of the little nin
grew very reel. Ho pial his wuv to
the front door and, shaking his linger
in tho inotorniau's surly visage, thru t
cued to throw him off the car' and run
the thing himself. The motor,,-,,,,
massed" hack, but the pWii,i i;',n..
Mrs. Horner-I hear that all the
members of your church ciioir resigned
yes ord-y. What was tho trouble?
Mrs. Churchly-Why, after singing
tho hrst hymn tho minister arose and
opened his Lihlo and chose for his tot
ceased ,' til0 UPro:ir U1
ceased, etc. -Chicago Record.
Only the King.
1!!!-!V!!"t-asio in the
ii ',i,Jli -niadger
Vhat Moved Tennyson.
When Tennvson win ,.(T,.,i .1,..
reatoship, ho took a Wlinln
fcider, and at last wroto two letters, ono
accepting, one refns-ino n.i ,1... 1
- n, wutuiuiinuu
to make up Ins mind after a cousulta
tiou with his friends ut dinner. He s;,i,i
In the end 1 nnemm,,! n,,. 1 . '
-i "in imuiir oe
cause during dinner Veuablo told nio
lu.,ii . ueeiiit n rinot 1 ,
,, , " r i.iuie.iuj I SUOUItl
always, when 1 di,,,i ,,, 1 ,
,r . - uui, oc ouereil
the liver wing of the fowl " Tho imme
diate result of becoming poet laureate
was that poems and letters poured in,
and Tennvson wrii,.u. 01 ....
shoals of uoems th,. 1 o fcucu
. v.. tV etui iiiiii: ir. '
ed w,th them. The 8 OUO.000 poets
treat tritain deluge ino daily with
ecure. It any good soul would by way
of diversion send mo a tomo of prose I '
toan Francisco Argonaut.
passenger talked fast and
NOW WITHIN THB REACH OP
Many mra are BufforinB untold misori .rani!.
11115 llieir money tor mediciues good and bad.
but for t he want ot iutellinent treatment are
oeing laid away in premature grave. H ELP
WEAKNESS, FAILINQ ENERCIES,
vnnuwvskE, UNNATURAL LOSS
CC Aim nn.i.m , ..
fi oVv . "nMi3, wiiBtner tney be from
the eilects of early errors, indiscretions
ovorwork,.6 ckness, orVrom an c u"a,
- --"-, iii,',iiiDiitircura
I,v nmst linfuU 111. inotl,,!a T
pwlicul Kkill.Almot ll oases of Consumption
liliii rirl. 1 "'""i., aniiieyana 1.1 Ter Uom-
imT.i,.- . ;; V " tu iiiene umeases, ana by
Saw hi -ui:ro.l'er1,"mli!a n cure can af
t .i. D5?J"uc""l-,.!:,",.l' mei stifferinii from
!, f i'- d laoil!" a 1 ike drowning men, erasping
diifiti i ""n'9. etc., only to find themselvei
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ra road faro nml hotel eipensei if ws
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net ill the iippm-mnily iliiih ihe n,s, j .
Ahusa (iol.l . i.-n'm .iii..,. i, i. .1,1,1... ,
, , ...".v. ,iiiiiii, Ll iUll'. liie
men who nmli-ital.e to supply the new iuiiiiiil- ,.,
Illatlllll 111 AIjIkI, will, .... I...1 ,1. I .
j and wear and will, the impli-miMUs of ili, :i -,.rk
..... h iium; nanus lllc ere.ller Pill .
I will come.
fofilii'il fin- tl,, j,,,-. :
nil Klilils of .-H i . :
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ilo it ii;,';iin. 'ilUiU 1,0 S,nt ,i .
wuiteil, aurl cvury o;m held his breath
wlii.-n tho bell ninj.
liut tbo liylit did not cotno (iff Tho
oar Ktarted aa Kmilly as ninlasi-us, and
uover cmco from Princo street, where
tliat ono httlu man stood on his rights
up to Fiftiuth .street did ts car sHtt ,
auy but tho sinoothetit wav
nil. t J '
j-uac iiiDtorman was not so t'reea
New York han.
What is ,!,, r-.,.,, : spieuons ai.d inri, "Tl.1 "? con'
II.,:, is ,hc. l.r,ii,,i,, has,,, on iW.i,,,; architecturo. -E
,n nii'csi ct-e.
d!l..r.,f Spain. Ilmve,,,, thi.l ,,.)t l(,
:iid:' In no ollmr way tlia.i hy -ivin-the
rmh,; kii.-.h.m ,.f s,,,-,!,, ,',!," (.ol'
ll(d of llii: l'iviii-1, oovci-nini.nj. 'His
will lie Hie iiiihU. f:, f , ( .u
It Wan Only tho Old Ono.
A rnilllll an. I, -J I - -
ci,i , ' iiauacd Laura-
love;.!?' U? 0 d "Rood turn for
....... .j.iTi iitiirin i, , - - -... w uu u i.onii ,n.. e
" f"'n- riverr ,r1 . - "u" ur
,hZ'. Tu " an evi1 '"omeiit sho
JJiili nolla tli
f"(;tPrco7U0!JOg" tho" addition
f I'nllt Kpmis tll0 ...,
inillc n,.,i V , lu' ""OQ nml
S-st 1 ,r aU,1.miIltl"-Odiffloult to
bee I' lH" -objectionablo,
,M aho und contains very littlo ot tin.
albuminous part of tbe milk, U,u
wan given to dwnoZZ
"lvwTfa,,Mro ? d ryalWM Glass re
i,i lvtrs inside. Ono was over 100 vear
routly 1;atcllC(li of whjdj 0
R ill WllM , '"B mm said
old -mi " fe US hW U was ouIy t"u
.-'.' ""i"uug leaves together nnd
nmting them with a kind nf natur"
g uo Hundreds havo been seen on o.m
loaf drawn,, it to tho Srou,l, while ! "
T?.mlr WaitBd o -oeivo.10
In the Ulnny musenni is a ,,air nf
shoes ma,!,. r .. ... i'dir OI
Zat "w ? ps-
rlenir-toH;; 1" " "cui pair sho is
f,-I T, ,VLarl"8 l tho pastel nor
A Ktartllni; Declaration
Wife-Riehard, In, afraid wo must
Ilnsbnnrl n. i .
London pun; Uu r ottiUg bald.-
Iho Mcxifoi. i,... i. ii.i .i
variety of the :"""..."" .AUu l
tl)0 1,111,1 pjWn,y haired
lif.'KH III Clilim.
From tho diary of threo EiikHsLmou
in iuuimnuse China: EgKn were brought
7 u AUU wc.ro lianl and black and had
strong smells. ' Those aro rotten I ' wo
r? 1' '.'011.I10." wo wero told,
thoy have simply been buried under-
Kfvr1 16 is tn,u v
DMi, but if they remain long euou"h
underground they get all riBbt again "
Sf0..1,1',01'888 back' v''Uh H'eobser.
U U: iljt'.y,wi11 Vihly bo oxool.
haven t been long enough in the ground
Uc aud biiry thenn deep-as deep'as
can. --orth China Herald.
Will I Seen.
thn1:;'1.!80 of vming all
n,7 v7, " 0 blwk ot vour bat?
h iclnF l l aUy nmu c;:'" the
back of your uut vhf!U h(
bho-ISo; but every woman will
v,hen she passes me.-hondon Fun.
Caj-ed lions, tigers, pumas and ja
Bu.1M take no notice of the ,., nu
women passing i front t ""'!
ft !,, i. i . out it
-o oniugnc anywhere nenr tlm
ci.o they show their savage natu
KLONDIKE GOLD FI LDS
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lit Which inrll, ev I , .':, , " " '"1"PU ll..llf-.-I
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r K-ever Fa s.
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convince ,hn.V J b"nsr trial packaw nA
. . . v- " i oku ii t i,,;. j r '
t-rucs. Address IiWJuik I' i 7 ; w i V . prP'
Southeastern Europe now has millions
tnStflX,1tj,Bm'P "U ,b
mad I 1 " mo so
Britain wn l.
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by a new scientilic and hv .s. ,day3i
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treatment" scheme, ,A ?Jroee
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and will send a
from liosluu in .Novciulier,
ino necessary pro visions
imjdciiieiits ivijiii-ite for
plUiltc use, sailtnu- ,y t.
Horn, iin-ivino; ni ;,
ojioiihil; of iiic .-rasoti.
ill repaid to j;.-:..,eni'ct sci , . ui
can accoiiiiiiinlalc out a limit,-, I
(say lifiy). 'Iu those invc.-lni-slock
of iiie eoni..,iiv Ihe foll. unu in
diicoineiil.s arc uttered :
.I'mmee from Itusion to the centre nf Hi- .
lm-,lienu., enmj, ,H ilm.iug uiai V,,,,, !, ,
Every Dollar In vested in thN
pauy will lieturn 10 fur t,
I Hi c.in,,aT,y enterB Into uo chiiiH-ri,,,! -but
at oul. u ikl.H ut the touiHl.uii.il ,.r - -emivewiie
in the heat and eheajieM ni.iii:,. r .
noHliiiii.-man ! wiil,JUi whieh there ea
uhm, no Kind ami no relnriia lor your in , , .
blinr-.M ei.il he p oi-ured either hy mail .' a- she
OM-re.pon.U.iic.,,, pewoual liik-rview, i.,i ; i
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To the Ladies,
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