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TTTTTAMy UONDAY 1IOIOTXG, DECE1IBEU 2?, 1CDL THE USHt?L erva us s is eaee 4 vt us ebsre lAmtm'9 roess faff us i- uvi a4 r gun Tm tsc , wt- 4UrlaalatlB Iras, ft . u tmc4 awa-w Ua s a1 4 tee a.r U fi.l e f Ts wutt ", wtta s Ui scji-ucsat, kw fm fwrr r : r-rj ay tatt s:utas 44 pis Um U um ntkMi ret fas , Wa e asttUtialia siriaatass, Cuu mu t is- a ua siws 'k IS, na eisaa oaptoas " WVi uw tSS t.Ua ' 4 IBS SkS Crf all Va '.. Tas ITae Is at l wjt, 9 it te MS cM':Wu Irtoc Tas ' Vae is ft Jaaa a girt all kMt, r jr ik Uf ilt piataraaaal thorn A 14 U- to al tr Uc ft ft at ITTse ta a Aai&fe a as ft aaar' Wasa sU4 tas ttHs s WW III (M WklU St 14 Uif t TVs asasr, TTae, ttaql wttt fsiUss ae WmV ,Tae fttooVattosa fjrret, Aa4 sssae ft attaa fuw Tfte saa . -later Ocas A DEATHBED HAHRL1GE. CoafidaatUl Ha relation of TTIti Oriel's Slrane) Iilna Tea. mlvs eerla'cly. I lived with lira, Tirch-MUs Ori.Tf that was be Vt h married Mr. Birch. I knew all about that affair. It was very singu lar InUeed very. I'm not sore that I euht U ineatiou It. for If a lady's maid caa't hold her toagae she eaa't And f p!aoe. Dear me. I'm bo talker, ra as nun aa a mouse. Itathel of vearl powder and quarts of MHe have 1 applied with my own hands, aod never so moch as hinted at. As for ctton, bless your heart. I'vs never Ireathed about it, and I did live with a J uly once that took arsenic regularly I r her cocnplexlon. That s ao secret, fir she took Um aaach one day by acci dent and died, "There wu-i an laqnett and it all lime out. It's well it did, for suspicion Isolated to her husband. Somehow, it alwsya seems to strike a jury that a fc iM band Is the likeliet pernoa to wi.-h his wife oat of the way. Bat this Isn't any thin about paiut UUa tirlST Veinr on th stae, made no secret of taat. She played queens and such, mia I've often bad tickets given me and gone with ray you eg man to see her act. And when she was haughty and urled her nose like. m?aa, and looked at other folks over her shoulder, and talked away dowa in her throat like a jigeoa fcurt'lin, she was splendid, tuts. It made think how nice it would be to be a quean and to take airs over everybody. Well, Mha Oricff waa enjragrd to be narrled, !r. Birch had fallen In love 'with her when she waa playing Ham v let's ma. Perhaps you have seen the play, mUst The young" man objects to 2ti ma gettia; married the aeoood -time, so I seemed to make out. and acV d most Impertinent, fivinf sasa to hia x.i and his stcjvpa, and carrying" on awfuL Aad there was a poor young lady qui '.e out of hr miad that after inward pTt drowsed. j Well, she waa pUjiajr TTamlet's tma ami Mr. Birch fell in lore with her faud sent b r a Ltter, and called and xnala a;i offer all in no time. - She ao epted him, of conm. and tho prep suTtticti for the weddinj betran. I xlon't thick any Is ly ever had so many Jrs.v before. Silks and satlas and velvets axul lacn. Dear me, Mme. ! - 's whole rstaUlshment waa hard at 'work for a month, and If I'd had twen ty nnjT., injUa.t of tea, I'd have had ie for them alL At last everything was finished. The (trunks were packed, fifteen, of 'em. mkM, aad fmrLeen were to gr on that aftcrc-vn, and onethe one with the wed!in; and traveling dresses was, )t-f emirse, to be left and fo with the "brlJ. when she started next day. She -was to be married at tea o'clock in church and then drive home, haven plind'd breakfast, chae;re her dress svnd catch the throe o'clock train. Of course I saw to the trunks, and was 'very careful; but jat when I was aieeded most, just as the trunks waa (gfng dowBAtairs, alias Grtjg ealled ae. I 'MU Orir waa a lady who didn't like to wait. I weat to her at once, anise, as waa my dnvy, aad I said to rldni Tester, the chambermaid: " BrVlj. wstrk that black tmnk land see that the men ttaa't carry it Aft I "Uridyl naderetnod with her el (Vows, of course, mlm, aad aftsr I hid rfcee to the 1 tad's end tar two yards of Blue ribbon of etaetly sueh a shade as Vhe wanted and jrot hack I fonnd that she bad seat off tho black trunk first of all, and was very proud of bavin? 'b'eastf mM The trunks were all . sntfoe away by that time. Thr was frothing for It bnt U tell Miss GrtJ. he lew at re, aafea I don't blame )r fcr be in j anry. I wonld forjfive ler In snch a esv 8he flew at me violent, miw: and then, rt, she had rrftins She bt the aofs, she tore l'-r hair, she sereecad, and me all the while saying 'RniTTher yoer eyes, ml; Think now you'll lok Tesr bono ie swelling elreadfsU as Us.' "KlosJlr she rasae to aad bathed her aee. Aad says she: - 'Flore, whst-ehsll t 4T 'I doatkmiw, miss, said I. tml. (yv pst off the wedding until you tel Ugrapa for the trunk. 'NVsald sho, 'tNt'e ti!aek;f; be 4te-v uever ksew. ioue aia't ta be dtpeidM on. You m ght borrow a dr ssi 1 I. "'As if rf be married !a one that t1n't t me, said eh. Sto, don't iruesk a oT'i !! an Idea. st wfth eue 0nfnr en her liy str a-H' 4Htt Aorta All So We roskr? la South A evrVa annt b e:vrnd on through a third per Sun If a yoitth dir?s to marry ho d ? --t pesk of H to the girl wh sx he) Uhe fv a wte, b'.it b hts own father. The latter, d he appv, oes to tho f AtNer f the Xuog bsdy sn tike tw ditu! thi matter brther. Es-'b tUa the oter wh-tt, he wi'l oVfor tli rtmg Craara sry respect lex aetUeaaeot Sul all suca thiaf. Tbe IuUndlnj bride gToact Is not pr o-itted ta m Lit li&xuxo fcr nuCieet t furs Ue BUkuf A aoott as that e?eat fcuatskca place there is wd 4. break!-, and. ttsulJr without the laraaalitY ot frxliui.vhry lour, tb cwle doa to liiti, either la a et bIikmBt cf tLeir own cr atom of ta ift t kwuM of tke preuU i iL brULs or tae irroom. (n lirrr b.k ftTo( mrriac in 6utb. Amrici, Um CluciantiCoea-iun-il Gett, t Uit hi tftkia Jfirl V t llo i U apt to b eoeuWrfd a aaafc trr of cor thai the y-juaj mm mr rie br who! tiniij aJjKX He ha do ooftion for ar;n or d'jgTuutlrttufnt If, tcfcther with bU brLLi, flfWo or tMatj lp cm to abiire M hou kold a4 knnftU tcmfortA, iucluilc ail kcr atftLUbla rtlativva aai tLfir arnraata. Tb LIm ara a try claanbh race, aiul a fitter U pi to bo williojf to adopt a raft of titar ao4 cou4iu mad aaaU not ta tarn t Ion a raotber-lo-lAW, mther th&a bare bU son or iUu;hter leave the famll roof. It U due to the fttreofth of family attaebmeut among them taat boteU io booth America are oclj fvr Uacr from afar; the na tives always And hospitable entertain neaf amear the kifidxvd. ANTS A3 ARCHITECTS. wryrlslav la tXU ( OiiyteyW ay Mae lrts. All sorts of wenderf al stories are told of the works of ante and epeciaUy of their euneeriar powers. It is of coarse within the know led je of the most'casual observers, says tho Brook lyn Eagle, tWt the ant is a most ftur priin tnaevt In point of what we eall Intelligence, aad its simpler feats are arousing to alL One of the most rtornt incidents we have seen related of tho ; ant's power in tho way of engineering; planning aad building is that which is credited to a Glajow source. A pastry eook in that city feu ad his shop invaded by a colony of ante, who feasted night ly on the delicacies deposited on a cer tain shelf. After cudgeling his brain for some tirae ra order to discover a pUn for stopping the depredations of the active Insect ke resolved to lay a streak of malssses arouad the tray containing the novrted food. In due time the aaU came forth In their hun dreds, and were led toward the feast by their chief. On reaching the line scouts were then sent out to survey, and eventually the word of command was pasted round, aod Instantly tho main body of the ants made for a part of the wall where the plaster had been froken by a nail. Here each snatched up a tiny piece of mortar and returned to tbe spot indicated, where tbeir burdens were deposited upon the molasses. By this means and after an infinite amount of labor a bridge waa formed, and the triumphant army marched forward to partake of tho fruits of vl.'tory, the baker meanwhile Standing by filled with wonder. IMPROVISING A DRESS SUIT. "About elxht years ago, said ao American traveler, "1 waa in London, Eug. One day I bought a stall to aea Pattl at the KoyaL A stall corresponds to our boxes. When the evening came 1 took the ladies around and walked in at the door. But I did not get far. 'You cannot ooano la here, said tho doorkeeper. " 'Why notr I asked, 1b surprise; 'here are my seat tickets.' 'Well, you cannot enter,' be replied, decisively; your coat is a frock, and nothing but dress suits are allowed.' "I expostulated. I told him that my hotel was a long way off aad that the ladies would be greatly disappointed. I was an American and did not know tho rule of the theater. 'Finally he told me to go into tho dresidng-room, where the attendant might bo able to fix me out all right. "I went, expecting to pay two or three cm was for the loan of a coat. The fellow lookod at me a second, whipped a pin from his lapel and pinned my coat talis back, and X found myself in evening dress! I gave the man half a crown." lUaey-Made Cloth, In spite of the marked Improvement In the method of cutting ready-made clothes, men alove six fort in height Still find it exceedingly difficult to be fitted in medo-up garments. There are plenty of coats and troupers for men with abnormal abdomens, but very few coats and trousers for men with un usually long tegs and arras. The shirt makers pay no heed to any measure ment save that of the neck, and the six f'Viter whose neck measurement Is be low sixteen laches finds tbe sleeves of the ready-made shirt nearly half way to his elbows. Shoemakers do better. A msn wearing a shoe anywhere below eleven may bo fitted st almost any price. The cheapest shoes, though run ning as MPth as twelve, are aearly all too broad for slender feet. ra air-s Treat rjr. Cnlike fog. baze commonly occurs during an unnsna'ly dry slate of tho lower stratum of aia In considering Its etiie tt h v been mtgirssted that the small quanttty of non-transparent mat ter required to prodocs the dimming effect should always be borpe la mind. If the eye can observe the change that eomesorera drop of water when the lV" ' crarume of fuvihlne it iatrod -.toed, possibly a weight of water er dut not much greater would sufire for visibility ta a column of air I. COO feet Ion. The air is at all times charged with deal psrticles to a degree difficult to reslii. The purest air tested by Mr. At-lrtt when tusking his m-as-uremeuts oi the to? of B; J Nevis cn tained aTiut 3t,0) dut psrtlcles to es"h enSU iH, which noull givB J3,S-T3,0O0 particles to every cobi? f.ri, or S.l.r5,vx).W)0 to a horizontal eolama oft.C00fet. This being the ea It t snsnifeat thst a condes-stkn upo a aussil froortloa of thee or a no saeutsry adhesion by electric sttrs.etioB weVia wfli1 to prrxlcu the optical ef fect eallrd base or hasioesa. EleeSfSewy BMIs asd Wvee Cee. rieeSrteity is esupleyed la a Berlin safe to boil eoffe. A pi t So sot wire Baeees In spsral form thrvuffh several glas Jars, the elecwiral orret o,U h ly raiding the water eentaiaed b boib ing peot, aad the eoCee is thus pre pared ta the view of anyone in tbe rowav A a?neU eleetrle raUwsy eonveys the enf e M t?,o ser! tsbtes so that the gisests may be! theiuselves to their Grand Bargains in Furnishings, A 7eckzvear9 Gloves and 1 H randkerchiefs and thousands of necessary articles for gentlemen s wardrobe-just the thing for New Years. Buy your boy an 0 V Eli CO A 7 Wr good sense. THESE ARE MONEY SAVING DAYS FOR THE BUYER. HUDSON'S TO Tho "Merry Day" has mo and goho and finally cold Winter lias arrived. Wo hegin faking stockafter the first of tho Happy New Year, and to reduce stock before then, wo stait a SPECIAL. IWVEitrORV. .SALE Monday Dec. S. This Sale offers to the Clothing-Needing Public an unparalleled c4ance of obtaiiwto- I v ' well-made, reliable Clotiip- and Furnishing rS Goods at Prices never This week in now unlveually dnll In com mercial circles, In; if bargains have any ciTec we will liven it up round our stoES, "TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOC! AND HOW BUY OF THE GIANT CLOTIING CO. GRAND OTERA UOTSI llr.Mlir , iirvM4, Lerf i nnS . Msugr's. C SUMXER BUKROLMH.H, ArtlnMsn:e? Ona Veek c2:r,?' Dac. 28 Mat1ft"Ta-wlST.ThtirO9 k -:stur4v. rrPrl N Y'st'sMsilaee. ft) ft) j F Are well to tbs rvoritf s. Z JOSEPH I DOWLIN j I t and SAD. E HASSON u With lhtr eitenivs eompsn? ., . srrStBtiftf Mit.iT.TuJf ss WedSMUaf. j 10 -,TIib Red Spider. Tharsav. FHIaf sa ,20 CT5L lorssrt 21 Nobody s Claim. CT. Potifie Utt PeffftHTiincM. 30 CTS. G EARY'S World s Museum. Evtry A(tTRAn n4 Ettng t! Mcrrf hrlntmst rk. A M cent asw lor U rests, ftsfee vl4 snStlstv mre a sf anase et srrss(4 f it s i tsft. ThQ'eB f rrnirsfe ' P-t llts." Anetner a, fcut swaner, Mster Leeia La- Allr4 F 'er1,te sre eel Ie s arsettT. lh ltkf Mant' ' Hrmus" fours a4 J4i. Ttj M 'Sj WosHers, -s-FllZIRftON F M!LT Vr. !. ?ians s4 h ikt. AMi t tir ftrtr istt ar serfriesrs an 4 sti. rs PRO RAM ME OF EVF!f?A. tf if v -rs'i ieetlA. e4 IS srfil- j U-T felsaist r4sl, SVMAe4tr. tft. m.-TarkTt 1S t tk .4ar sr'st(s eetevstva, t!Ksf - if Mils s sesrr sse. tvrf jf res s iNtii at ICt'ra, et te. UeoewSev JS trseest ewfersk- REDMOND ALL OUR 75c RED NECKWEAR TO BE CLOSED TOWER-CLOTHING- CO. Mi bere so low. . , piTU j oricrtA nocsB. WILLIAM P.HMITil. l'rosnet)r an4 Maaazrr. P2IS GAIETY -GIRLS BIG BUF.USQlifc TUr.t, nrss4rt ant Mt CNintB!sts OrcsBltailso cf iioden Ttrr.es. FOUR BIO mows IX OSB! eetseaTsrt Burleaqse! Cast r4 it PPKTIALTIEIi Aatf afM Rfsnt t Ls4i. Srra-iCf4 In rsrf -ntv bT th letfna; ssr. eMMTrfi! rtut fcB ornKSisaa Tr th'ataatcmeAt sf Rn A FickMt S: CECELIA SOCIETY eceplion and Ball AT TH&- DRTON HOUSE Frf Eiialng, Jc:iy I, '92 TICKETS, C2. XVtv, Kslnn. I.ysa Co, Mtou 11 uusie, Mwrot'n ICrl nnd Corl, Iinottij JL AV. J) WW i y THIS WEEK AT Electrlcty give: nsw Hfo to the wear men mi wo.-ucn. I! T7 Cheer up, yonng nun: uti iu uuMuiKarioti: i iu L yet be a happy man with a 1 lovmg wife and c;wldrn around your liresiJc. Nu matter if others have failed to cure you or what your trouble is, Electricity with the aid of proper nu Jicuies will do it. Take the Gil bert, Elevator to Raonis 53, 64, 55 and 6tJ and e Dr. JMecko E C T It I C I T Y E C T H I C I T Y W!1 The Electrics! Mfdicat and Surgical Institute. OfiScs Hours i to 12 s. at. sad 1 to 5 sn.t 7 to S p. m. Suudsys 11 to U: 0. OlCJl RAPIDS. !1 1 wsp8Bwayaaasai A Great AT E I !'S SHOE S OO CANAL a FOR ONE WEEK vro will 9c our Hall. nor Line of Show, all solid, for ladies or &cuts in kid, goat or doaola, all &zos zml widths at Former pric3 on thU line $2.00, a saving of 75 cents just think. FOR ONE WEEK wo will soil our Vhila del phi a Line of Shoes, thovo aro only in ladies bat thoy are slick, fit fjnuvl. in laco or button, and will wear cpal to custom made theo will go at Never sold for loss than $2.2-3. You can save 7oc Everybody avail thcmsclvei of tho opportunity. FOR ONE WEEK wo will soli our V. Louis Line of Shoe, tho nobbiest in the town, for ladies and genta in donpola. kan garoo, kid or ralf, lace, button or congress for We will guarantee every pair of these poods, former price 52.75, a saving of over a dollar. Tney fit tine, made on the latest lasU. If ton value a dollar try a pair of these SU Louis mado shoe. JVe treat everybody right. Hre misrepresent no Snoods. IVc refund your money if not ai represented. Polite attendants Stylish goods. Fcr anything in tbe iho 69 CANAL HUDSON'S PECK'S DRUG STORE i T 'Ly'e e d4 t-for lk ft-M .t cauaU. l.i.' IU-4'- I'l'Le. !.- ' pre iati-u, I i'.l 1-t.e; J tt't.'l ; A It t-reprs:i . s ui J n , K. R ! i t'!:' i- r.li,i,. a ;t je; i.i. S. Xl r. ul C ' -C.' r-r ''. tuii ri L -r t " A J JUriHr-i ". Hmui Ci d e vi i' - i . jiatl.si lica -t sll u i. Ar.toa a CUGICV. IfiiTRUMLKT:! U'c cj iVj iilt ut tuttiUiao tla. ABHl'snre, -ir!i, ejtiie! ra. srtl1i'-l Ix'- eft tnn.e l.f:n. iutihr fi J. t Imk ioi ltr l: op I r h 1, f lri U-j f.r t Im :t, ooiactt pamus. s1 s !' arr ! iit w h l are p ! ar t f a-s-t vf H ; rll trw -t TIIW IU:iltH'l 'll tr llit T 'H M i. wut i'H'r. niil y t iiUii4 tr tti4 s: tleiyou riS'.rs tt'.n u. m FAVORITISM! tVE TlitAT AU, ALlUr. rR:CS 10 ONE THE SAKE ' A5 TO AMT0HER. PECK'S DRUG STORE JISS I. P. IIARTNKS ? dskrs seetsttysf Misses and Children's DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING, Room 7 anl 3 Th; G'.:be;t. (Elevator la usej t Corner Monroe and Spring Slrrtt. Scheme KXICIiaT. hoe line visit this tgz$ ft ore rf SI.20 1 $1.50 HRRJAM'S, STREET.