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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1S89
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A SEASIDE COTTAOE INTERIOR.
It Wunlri lo as Well for tin Interior of
Any Bummer Cottage,
Tbo maoii of outing U nt In height, and
HttreforntlionceomjrtnyliiR inntter nnd Illus
trations, furnUhed to Tho Decorator awl Fur
rnVher by C V Clark, will bo ot Intercut,
Mr. Clark Im In mlml especially tbo Intorlor
furnUhlngof a mvikMo cottage, but hi design
effort bU sketch to tbo rich nml ttio oor, tlio
ownrrnnd tlio tenant, honing that not only
wrofowlonnl decorator but homo artists will
ind It suggestion of vnlualn fitting up In
cxpcnilvo nml comfortable quarter.
INTEIUOU Or A REARIDR COTTAOE.
ThU nrtlclo la also Intended to roach that
elaM of ownors of tulles and miles of ocean
thoro land, who It ooum prefer to lot tlio
land rcmnln barren wnsto Instead of erect
ing thereon, nt small cost, a number of port
ablo bungalow, or ono story cottages, which
would not only bo In great ilomaudnt tho
approach of tho spring season, but would
bring In qulto a fair Income, Thoso llttlo
houses would bo eagerly sought nf tor by thoso
who prefer tho homo qulot and prlvaoy thoy
afford to tho discomforts of tho stuffy and
cramped quartors of tho majority of our soa
Houses hko theso cnnluconstructetl In such
Atrinunorlhatlt occasion demamU thoyennbo
readily moved or taken down, and from $ 00
to (1,000 would cover their cost mid civet
them In an artistic mid sulmtantlal manner.
Tho interiors offer n wide field for homo or
tho professional talent,
A HOUSE FOR $4,000.
A l'lnulns I'litn for a Frnmo Suburban
Tho following Is from Artistlo Homes, Is
sued by tlis National Uulldlug Han associa
tion at Detroit, Mich, i
Btono foundation. Attlo unfinished! prin
cipal apartments hard wood finished in oil;
kMde blinds, etc, Uelghtof stories In th
Isati First, 10 foot 0 Inchest second, 10 foot;
esllsr, 0 feet 0 Inches. First story contains
- .S. ball. 8 feet 0 inches x 13 foot 6
, ..r.'ir. IVMfl. sitting room, 1-1x14;
-'...,; I'iKiin, Ui, conservatory, 0x15;
l..tcheu, lOxl'J, uutry, -U10. 8ecoud story
contains' four chambers (ono with alcovcL
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KtfJL II I -
lu Mr Mr (fil KM 9
HI n y
f& , H ill,
tmtfr Cr.eaMa TtoaV
llbr;iry, bat br,W, frwtfiyJowts and Jlnen
clrjeK The 'fwrjpr, fcltfwjf room, dining
room' and llirwof, tatbtiimbers hav flre-
fftit- . .. , ', i '
' Estimated cwrttff jading, (1,000.
A plain, easily constructed and withal a
,JMt appearing mantel, designed by U. P.
?IHU-. of Philadelphia, U presented here
'wHh. The front' and side elevations show
' the ewistructioB of tbs design so thoroughly
4that Uttk can bo said In plaaUo. Wo
''fjrwoBt a detail of tho carved scroll tfeat rer-
Mtwto tho mirror finish, and also a dotal of
,rh jsawl eccurrtsc' laaaodiatoly uador tho
akoU.-Carpentry asd BttUdinj;.
Queen Victoria has bom tho recipient of
WTsrAl decidedly unique letters from tho
mahdl's successor, Khallf. Abdullah, who Is
evidently n man with a very largo amount
of head containing a very small amount of
brains. Hero Is a part of ono of thenti
"In tho namo of God, tho most high,
mighty, merciful nnd oompaMlonato. and
Mohammed, his prophet, from his successor,
tho most faithful Abdullah, to Malaka, Queen
Victoria, of England!
"This Is tho second letter I have written
you. Wo hoar you are hold In high reputa
tion among your servnnts ami subjects, nnd
wo nro pleased that on nil sides wo hava re
ceived good roxrts of you. Wo thercforo
counsel you In an amicable manner at onco
to embrace tho tnio faith. In that en so bo
assured of our slncero frloudshlp, nnd bo cer
tain that you may roly on our iupKrt and
nsslstnnco on all occasions. Uut wo recom
mend you at onco to withdraw your forces
from tho land of Kgypt, lost thoy Iw de
stroyed by us, with all unbollavcrs and In
fidels who remain disobedient to our man
date. Heboid, wo como quickly with Itn
monso nrmles to punish tho obstinate. Thoso
that nro disobedient will lw utterly swept
away, but wo shall bo merciful to all thoso
who recant their errors nnd cmbraco tho truo
Then follows mi enormous quantity of most
utter bosh, but It Is not Insulting, Hko tho
khalifa's letter to tho khodlvo. Tho latter
has been warned In tho most nrrogaut stylo
that ho Is getting Ills last chanco. Tho mail
dl's successor regrets that ho should havo had
to write to the khodlvo again on tho sumo
subject, and Is astonished that his last letter
was not answered. "1 pity you," ho con
cluded, "In thnt hour when I shall como upon
Both letters linvo been roturnod. Chicago
A Now Sabbatarian Movement,
Tho tendency of tho times Is, no doubt,
strongly toward n more goncrnl observance
of Sunday at n day of rest. Everywhere at
tho assembling of church denominations thus
far this year, Sunday work, and ooclnlly
tho nowspapor, ban been 0enly denounced.
In every stato In tho Union, with hardly an
exception, Sunday trnde, ami particularly
lliiuor selling, Is now forbidden by statute.
Ileeently somo of tho great railway linos, led
by tho Vnnderbllt system, hnvo stopped tho
running, as far as posslblo.of Sunday passen
ger nnd freight trains, and now tho Sabbata
rian movement Is effecting tho national ad
ministration. Postmaster General Wannmnkor Is making
an Investigation In reference to Sunday work
In iiostofllccs, nnd proxos to havo nil useless
lalmr on tlio day of rest conso at once. Fol
lowing this announcement comes nnothor of
,ho nbolltlon of Sunday duty In tho regular
army, by order of President Harrison. In
his order ho refers to tho fact that Washing
ton and Lincoln, In tho exciting times of war,
saw (It to enjoin tho orderly observance of
tho Sabbath by tho army and tho navy, and
ho accordingly suggests that soldiers and sail
ors nro cutltlcd to a day of rest In Utiles of
Tbo American (coplo aro usually too much
engrossed In buiiucsa to bo diverted by move-'
incuts of this 'nature It Is only whon by tho
systematic and determined efforts of a fow
loading agitators somo moral or political re
form gets uuuor headway that it moves with
rapidly accelerating speed. Many seo In this
now Sabbatarian movement tomuthlng that
ba alrendy grown from a shadow into a cloud
that may overspread tho land and darken tho
day for tho Sabbath breaker everywhere.
Frank 'Lesllo's Newspaper.
A Much Needed t'ontal Reform,
In order that tho peoplo might bo well ed
ucated in matters of govorumout, tho early
congresses nut porlodicnls at a rato of post
ago which Is only ono-quartor of that exacted
for book. This curious distinction still ex
ists, though tho iwriodlcal Is often hear Icr
and mora cumbrous than tho book. Out a
copy of ScribnorVi Magazluo will bo sent by
tho Unltod States to an outlying postofllco in
Washington territory at a quarter part of
tho price which n book of tho tamo wolght
mid tho samo sIko will bo st-ut for. Tho ro
sult lu tho publishing of the country Is ex
actly tho saino which might bo seen If a
great shoo dealer were boycotted by all tho
express companies. If tho express companies
said they would carry Joues & Co.1 shoes
for a quarter part of tho prlco for which thoy
would carry Smith & Co.'s shoes, thoy would
say Just what tho general government says
wficu It carries tho magazine weighing eight
ounces for a Quarter part of tho prlco of a
book weighing eight ounce. Of this you boo
tho convoiiuonco tho country over.
You shall go Into a great western book
store nnd you shall sc piles of magazines.
You shall turn and ask far books, and you
may find not so many books In tho shop as
tney receive magaxtues rrom Tho Century
office or from Harper's, or from Tbo Cosmo
politan, or from The Forum, In a month.
This Is very well for Tbo Forum nnd for Tho
Century, but It Is very bad for literature;
and tho greatest gift which any courageous
congressman can givo to tho authors and
publU-hers of this country, and still moroto
tbo peoplo of tho country, will bo a short
amendment to tho present statute which shall
direct tho carriago of all books as second
class matter Rov. Dr. . E, Halo In Forum.
Ttio Hour of DeatU.
Many people havo curloiu Ideas regarding
the hour of death. Somo hold that tho largest
proportion of deaths from disease occur when
tho tide ebbs, while others think that tho some
Is truo In tho early hours of morning. Thcro
aro yet other mora or loss widespread im
pressions on this subject, but theso mentioned
appear to bo tho most popular ones. It bos
recently boeu stated that from tlmo to tlmo
careful observations havo been 'mado In
hospitals which have resulted In showing that
tbo act of death takes place with fairly equal
frequency during tho wholo twenty-four
hours of tho day. Very recently on Investi
gation bos been made In Ports, which showed
that thcro was a certain foiling off of the
number of deaths botwoen 7 and 11 o'clock In
the evening, but that, with this vxocptlou,
the proportion of deaths Is about oven. Bos
ElflVI Tower Experiment.
Borne very curious electrical experiments
havo been made at tho top of tho Eiffel tow
er, and many phenomena now to scientist
have been brought to light. The atmosphere
at tbo summit of the tower Is freo from all
Influence of the soil, as would bo the case at
the top of tho mountain, nnd tbo air to In on
extraordinary state of electricity, Tho tow
er will, it to said, be the most perfect con
doctor of electricity during a storm,.aud all
within It will bo lit a state of entire immunity
against all danger from lightning. Now
A Somerset Superstition,
In a village In Somerset tho following tu-
rttltlous belief Is prevalent i During service
tho church, if the church clock strike
while a hymn Is being sung, the belief to that
tome parishioner will die within the week.
So strong Is tbU belief that the striking rnofh
ankm or the clock to always stopped during
services In which hymns aro sung. European
tin lAflt Ills Sjinr-MtliT.
A stranger who was making loud Inquiries
at tho city ball yostenlay for tho mayor was
finally nrked by an ofllcer to stato bis errand.
"I want to make a complaint against tho
way 1 wn usotl nt tho Ktofflco," ho replied.
"Hut tho mayor has nothing to do with tho
"No, sir Undo Sam runs that."
"Well, I'vo had my satchel stolen, nnd 1
want to seo him nbout thnU"
"It's no use, sir, You should go to tho po
lice," "Hasn't tho mayor anything todo with Itf"
"Not a thing."
"Hut thoy put mo off n street car up hero.
I wnut to seo him nbout that."
"Ho couldn't help you any."
"Snyl You don't menu to toll mo that
your mayor hasn't got nny (wwer, do you I"
"Not In such cases."
"Humph! Just sit right In blsofllco, chl
Just smokes cigars and looks hlg and bosses
tho city hall, olil Sayl What's tho use I If
n feller can't boss tho wholo roost whnt's tho
uso of holding ofllcol Bayl I'm sorry for
him. Olvo him my lovo nnd tell him bo ha
my sympathy." Detroit Freo Press.
A Menu Trick,
Griggs What Is tho matter between you
mid Dlggsf I thought you usud to bo sworn
Hlggs So wo wcro onco, but that Is over
Griggs Why, what separated youl
Hlggs Ha mado mo n present of a fountain
pen. Somcrvlllo Journal.
Young Dud I'vo had cloven proposals
stuco my coming out.
Withered Leaf Yes, tho men all know you
nro having too good n. tlmo to think of mar
Mow ltoiiiiilus Wlilto Was DecclTcd.
"Human nntur' Is powerfully deceptive,
ain't shot'' queried tho old man, after wo had
boon silent for somo time,
"You bet sho 1st I'm n living In thvll-
lago of R , forty miles down tho road.
I'vo got a gal named Mollio. Sho's nbout ns
dandy a country gal us you'll find In tho
state Uist winter a stranger struck tbo
town, and at onco fell In lovo with Mollio. I
didn't like his looks, ami I said to thu gait
" 'Mollio, buwaro of ttiat chap. I kin read
him llko a book, nnd I tell you ho hain't hon
est nor honorable, I'll bet a wheat stack to a
pumpkin thnt lie's a sharper.'
"Tho gal differed with me, and about a
month ago they wero married."
"And how did tho husband turn out!"
"Mighty honorable sort of a man. I was
clean mistaken In hluu Thoy had been mar
ried three duys when along camo a woman
from Dunkirk and clulmcd him and showed n
certificate. 1 expected ho would deny her,
but ho didn't. Owned right up llko a llttlo
man. Sho was still there whon a second ono
camo oil from Oswego. Looked bilious for
my now son-lu-law, and I looked to soo him
dunk, but ho didn't. J 1st acknowledged tbo
corn and said bo was willing to do tho fair
"And how did Itendl"
"They had him arrested for bigamy. They
wanted us to go ngln him, too, but when I
mentioned It to him ho said:
" 'Futhcr, don't do It. Hero's my watch
and ttK), nnd they aro yours If you don't. "
"And you dldn'tl"
"No. Ho was n-tryln' to do tho squar'
thing, and when a man tries to do tho squar'
thing by Homulus Whlto I can't go back on
him. I glu tho gal tho inouoy and I kept tho
watch, and I guess wo couldn't havo dono
oottcr." Now York Sun.
To llnrsaln Hunters.
Proprietor Wo must do something to sell
Clerk Yes, they aro going slow. What
would you suggest!
Proprietor Mark them 10 per cent, higher
and label them "damugod remnants," mid
they'll bo closed out today. Omaha World.
A Hint to the Wise.
Quest How does It happen, landlord, that
your bouso Is full this summer, whereas your
rival hasn't hardly n soul!
Summer Hotel Landlord Oh, you soo, his
guests found out that thcro weren't any pi
anor In his house, mid thoy came over hero
In shoals. Burlington Freo IVess.
Fanny Why, Emma, how cordially you
riiook hands with Miss Frlzhair at tho party
last night. I thought you wero deadly ene
mies. Emma Oh, that Is all past, I havo for
riven her everything, sho has grown so plain
.coking. Merchant Traveler.
Rut Found, Ho Couldn't.
Tom Hello, Jack, what's tho matter? You
iro all cut up.
Jack (Just returned from tho country) I
.bought I could swing a scythe. Yankee
Sho was a fair girl graduate, enrobed In spotless
ind on tier youthful features sliona a loolcof holy
sho bent with graco her dainty hood to reoelvo
tbo ribbon blue,
Wbeocj hun tbe sliver medal, adjudged to bo
l wKtchod her face with rapturo as sho raised to
beaveu her eyes,
and moved her' lips" In prayer as her fingers
claspud the prize.
For I knew to education sbe bad pledged her com
To unckuqi xr woman s fetters, and free ber
rroni man's ways
rimo pax-d Our pathways parted, but ever and
My thought would stray toward her. and I'd spec
What my graduate wa doing. If athwart the
scroll of foimt,
Among uuM-UUh workers, bad been written high
At tost I chanced to meet her, but her book were
While around a dainty garment she sewed the
laco with pride.
And at her feet her baby, dimpled happy crowing
"non that silver medal was cutting his first tooth.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Tho green two cent postngo itmnp Is to
"go." It rlnco will bo taken by a stamp
either cannluo or metallic red In color.
Out of rajpect to Queen Victoria, tho pri
vate papers of John Urlght, llko thoso of
Lord llencousfleld, will not bo published till
after her dentil.
A Yankee has set up n school In Paris, and
advertise that ho "will teach nny French
man to speak tho only sciislblo lnngungo In
tlu r.orld In six weeks, and nt a cost of only
Washington claims to havo tho handsomest
equipage drawn by tho lest horses In the
Tlio total marocd vtgfai of tho real and
personal cstnto In No? Tk city for tho
The vicinity nf llhiek Hock, a short dls
tmion below liuffalo, was tho sceno of stirring
event In tho war of 1813-tft.
Tho parasols carried lu tho Unltod States
ft (i 1,000XX) annually.
The supremo court of Ohio has decided
,hat preference mndo to certain creditors on
the ovu of nnsigmncnt are void.
Mrs. Grant, according ton recent authori
tative minouncemeiit, has thus far received
ubnut $!KJ0.(W0 from tho publication of Ocn.
Two hundred and sixty Indians, tbo neces
sary two-thirds, havo signed tho Sioux treaty
nt tho lmcr Umlo agency, u. r.
Mrs. Arod Graves, of Waterbury, Vt, has
a hill of Deanut-s growing In her garden, also
a cotton plant, and both aro doing finely.
Tho Association of Centenary Firms of
Philadelphia has been organized. Tho asso
ciation consists of firms thnt havo carried on
business hi that city for 100 years or more.
Somo 1 1,000 girls attend tho Loudon school
board cookery centers, and arrangements nro
liclng mndo for tho accommodation of a still
A northern syndics to Is buy lug up tho his
toric lauds nt Appomattox, Va., whom Gen.
Leo surrcuderod to Grant, Over l,C00 acrw
havo already lecu secured.
Tho Indian population, slnco placed on res
ervations, has Increased foster than tho black
or wlilto, whllo tho rnto of mortality has
Tlio Itnltan government has liegun tho
work of tearing down 17,000 houses and
sixty-two churches In tho poorer part of Na
ples, in order to rebuild and Improvo tho
A Bnrtlott jicar troo near Wlnstud, Conn.,
to not only tended with half green murs, but
a fow days slnco put out buds again and to
white with blossoms. A troo loaded both
with fruit and blossoms is a rarity.
Lord Edmund Fitanaurlce, brother of tbo
Marquis of LanKlowne, Is engage 1 to bo mar
ried to Miss Fitzgerald, tho well known
American Oriental scholar,
A South Carolina convict who mado n
break and know that tho dogs would take
his trail used two pound of strong snuff to
sprinklo lu his tracks, nnd the dogs let go
and returned In disgust.
Sapphire produces somnambulism and Im
pel tho weal er to nil good works. In the
zodiac it signifies Leo, nnd In Christian art li
dedicated to St. Andrew, eniblematlo of lib
heavenly faith and good hope, Somo give
this gem to April.
During a short thunder storm at Antrim,
Tioga county, Pa., lightning broko a telo
phono wire, turned ono end baek and welded
It solidly, making a loop. It Is said tho weld
was as perfect as nny expert could have
Recent experiments nt tho oar hospital in
London indicuto that stammering to not o
nervous defect only. In operations for deaf
nets lu several cases tho patients wcro cured
of stammering also, and tho result to the
opinion that stammering comes from some
defect In tho hearing.
Tlio Burmeso bellovo that tho ruby ripent
Hko fruit, Thoy say that a ruby In Its crude
stato is colorless, an I, as It mntures, chnngei
first to yellow, then to green, then to blue,
and lastly to n brilliant red, its hlgho t state
of perfection and rliciiess. In tho zodiac It
stands for Ar cs. Somo givo It to December,
nnd make it tbo emblem of brilliant success.
Ono of the funniest things that has hap
pened in Greenville, Tcun., for somo time
was tho shooting of a negro tho other
night by a policeman. Tho cop blazed away
at tho tnnn and shot him in tho elbow, the
ball glancing mid striking tho negro in the
check. As bo spit tho ball out bo said: "Look
hoah, wlilto man, you quit dat shootln' at
mo; fus' thing yuh knows yuh gwintcr brnke
somo 'spcctablo pusson's wludcr glass '
Leper In tlio Himalaya.
Tho death of Father Damleu has drawn at
tention to tho leper settlements In various
parts of tho world, and It Is well not to over
look English men and women who, In India
and elsowbero, aro proving to bo truo friends
of tho loX!r. A fow days ago, writes tho
correspondent of a Manchester paper, I met
tho Rev. Henry Coley, of Almora. Ho 6ays
there to a leper settlement near him In tbo
Himalaya mountains, whero there aro on an
average 107 Ininntw, In addition to others
who, oven in their misery, prefer freedom lu
their village homes to tho more regular com
fort provided In tho asylum. Referring to
theso lepers, the Rev. J, Hewlett, M. A., who
(llko Mr. Coley) labors in connection with the
London Missionary society, Rays that ho re
cently welcomed to church fellowship ninety
six of these lopers, who, under God, owed all
to tbo Instruction given and the brotherly
help shomt by another Englishman, Rov.
John Henry Iludden. I do not want to pluck
ono flower from tl-; grave of tho Belgian
priest on tbo shores of Molokal, but I think
wo should not overlook tbo work which to
being dono so well by agents of tbo English
free churches in various parts of tho world.
Pall Mall Gazette.
Worse Than a "White Clcphinit."
Writing from Vienna, our corrcsiondent
In that city nays: "A singular fato has bo
fallen n dead whab which has lately been ex
hibited In tho Prater. Of gigantic dimen
sions, and In this respect a sight Indeed well
worth seeing, It bad been captured In tho
Cattegat, and after having been put to death,
hod been propuroi In such a way ns to admit
of Its being shown at Copenhagen and Berlin
for sovoral weeks. Tho conveyance of the
hugo animal from Copenhagen, by way of
Berlin to Vienna, was attended with great
difficulty, aud involved mi expense of no less
than 7,000. It now appears that In spite of
oyery precautionary measuro tho monster
has notTbeen ablo to resist the law of nature,
and has gradually pas! Into a stato of com
plete "putrefactf on. Tho efiluvta nrlsing from
that yast mass nf abomination U almost over
whelming, and has pervaded the whole Prater
to such an extent as to nompol tho board of
health to Interfere and cause the Immediate
removal of ttw body. But this is no easy
matter. The proprietor wanted to endow
tho museum with It, but tbe gift has Wn do-
fcltnckl So tbe big whale has just been gi von
over to the public flayer, who, at the owner's
expeuso, will cat up nnd bury It." London
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t;remont, Elkhorn & Mo. Valley
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MINNEAPOLIS anii ST. PAUL.
HT Through Tickets and Uaggngo Checked to
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Vestlbtito 81eeiers, Palatial Dining Cars and
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