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THE .DAILY HERALD, l'L ATTSMO V Til, TTEBUASIvA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY. 5. 1SSS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
All Sttv'.H ;f iil(H ami I:ir::t;r.i jilis
M.inl from tin I ii i ly Nt'ti Mpitpc-rfe.
The fund for !t '-l" i.i;; I Niagara
fell.; ln.v. : m jsiiil - In v : v near 100. Mil).
, 11 !-:!: -i! 1 1 to li'I'.'i t f il i L .l.i'-kson
v ill l-lln K.i .in i .:i Indian .iris' ; choi.l
Hi San'', t .'.I. The I aiding v. ill
:-.K'',i :.!fl i 1 1 .'"ion,a.o.ia'..o I'A)
I'.ni-ian d. . !!:! i J i: k. v iir.dof th'gnld
kn il t ;: r: ;. i '..;.' h cai.es and ranes
willi due'..-,' beahs that hav" ln-i-n the
rage, and are carrying a liiii k tti'-k with
the. iji'.v of a rra hsh lor ;t handle.
A lady in Virginia Ins v. hive of liees
t Ik: L go lo :i n ighbei ing distillery and
p i t i ; .-. T'ii-: is :i sad rrv lation lor t!i
inoiali-t who is fond of holding Up 11m
Iff as :i bright shining model if
thrift, sobriety and iudu-.try.
, l'.y lit- gift r the wife of President
f 3ii-.i . ;m endowed creche, r
lay home fop infants, whose mothers cr.:i
leave their children when g i ut 1V::i
homo for their work until nightfall, h..s
been e!al.!i-iliel in the capital.
A very largo body of pe,,plo in this
country say practicall y, though Hot at
words. f" r .-::-! i prineiples arc not formu
lated by ihes who follow them: "To
( Olioiolo closely is l;e;ieatit us. V: oil
not waul, t ) live cheaolv; wo want to
By th" failure of the rpieen to i.ign too
patent conferring ati .ai!dom on Lord
Lyon.: before that ; l:tr-:-ii:i:i:- death, the
iiii.. riioi ; f his fortune v.i iv saved front
pa ing sone; very heavy fees. whi.'U
would h'.v ." .lilted had tin.' creation Im i u
i:i "i;.h etir.-.-i:.' hr.-i decided thai un
marri. d ledi. the:!. I never ue a nest
on :::,.Ytlii'.;;--r.i,!e j..ve'.". vants' Iut
ti;r.. I .r;:-!:es ..; my ;!i"r iu liclc. Jt in
i:::::iily i' '"i:-... pei .;:!. ln'.-.t enti-
(l-'il t evvs:.: r.::! ei;:v;s n.' ;;rms niuki; the
least ;i-.e I i -i '.v of t!: ni.
A:i ir.r,ior'.:ir!t ftr.i.r.-e of Swiss
j.!f-!.o! :;!; j-''.vtit ly ; '.::f-s i, j;ivj l!n
;-overniaeiit -o:it rol i-T ;:Ii-o!iilie ch illies
hnJii in (li::t i:o;n:iry. i . t ;;.l I'i jht cciil.
of tl:-' ll' t lev ;ii:e v.lii: ii (!: f::!il(-:is
will e;a:ii inan I i i -. ? :;ieo!ioi tax is lo Le
.speiil iu U!!) t.l':i:L; to tin! jH-'ooI.- t'.ic i. lleels
Tin? lire in a s'ove r. rrx !!ic i;i Ply
mouth, r-.!:::.s., e,etii;i low. a ::Kin poureil
or. :t lot of kerosene oil. There was heat
onou:;h t? ju;ei:era?o j.i. w hieh T.lleil tho
chii!i::ey, u.'.d with llf :.ir fei:;u(! ;.n e;;
j'liisi vo inix;ure. wiiieii ef o-. -iiiv-e e jiloiied
with a tremendous ha-iv', hiuwiuv: iho
t-hits'Tiey in'.- Mnitheivens, but ioin iio
iias;ia::e in tiie o!;ie.-.
A eolT'-.-no!:L:.t vrcenllv- sr.v." in the
lihrary :' jiix Air;n-:;i Evr.its Wilson
t!u original iraiiMM1! i'.ifc of h.-r novel,
"V.-ishti." Ti. wr.s ee'.ireiy iii her haml
writin. an'l was as dear ant' neat as a
frits! i ly p:ii:tel li.'-i'- Thi is the m.u.u
eript fi r wl.i.-h Mrs. W ilson leci-iveil
ii ! .".('(' i. ami it IsJvei.i .:" iitli;. me.-erveil
in a ei'.t-e of heavy leather.
T'io .lew fo'.Ji!t in every jart of the
wnriil; in I'nrope, from Zsorway to (Jih
rr.itar: in .!riea. from Algiers to tho
t'aiie of '.!' Jlojv: i:i A:--I font t'odiin
to the ::'.i".i '.!.-. fr.:ii oai"a to IVkin.
iir.s .e-;.iet! .'.!;.;! r iha ais'l has given
jUMoi'-: of his iii.v.'ers of acel;:i:;ti.aiioii
t'.'-.i'er t!i" vo;. ies. whero jwojilo of
r..iro;;ea.'L o'.vria have eoii.-tautiy failivl
to p "(it'l'.'.ate (iit-tiisi 'r.es.
Kiee.il e; eri-..e!:-. v. it!i t!a Xoi'.I?n
fel.': : r.!i:.;er ..si tor'.. !. i oal v.ero lii.hly
KU-::;-'l'til. -l !!!.,::! .'-he a;-ii!-:aehel a
l:o:'.t thai was e :;.: c iir.. her to within
Jo:) yar.ls. the :mre l uistani-e, without
heiii r.o'.iee.l. Then rhi-tlivt-.I a ml rose
within ! . yanls the s'.iin with a snort
like a wii: ainl thei ': a)j:iarei. She
w as re;cai.l. '1 as a ,u,iv;'.t f-p.ecer-s.
NatigatiK'k i 'oiin. ) t 'or.n Rationalists
are ImiM'-: a iari-'i house, a nuHlorn
i l. a. worthy of jmhalion. It will have
tw;'!itv-foi:r roouis. he.-i-hf. hall, doak
rooms antl elosets. The lirst Hour lias an
a.-s inolv r.MOin rttvntion room. Suiiilay
mIiooi lihrary an. I seven cla-s rooms: the
Mi-ond fmor ei,ht eiats rooms, leading
1-o.vas. Li'.eh. :: ; n l iliitiTig r third
lloor for j a: :-r"s study ainl :: .-'ymnasiuai.
I5:r: Ii;liii f i ioi !!.
The villa of OherAVeisshai-h is
leeaied iu thf ino:;at:'i::s of Timringia,
( "ert". s1.1 . Th-'re iii i'ni' iarsina;;e,
I-i r.- li i.-ii ;'r .e! i !. the foamier of the
ki: .!;. -."ri. a .--yru-rn of education, was
h; i a. l";sir.d t!.e hack v.a"'l ii of the
::!-:!!;. ue a ! hill called the Kirch
hTi: i-hnrcii so:i!;tain ri-cs. On that
hiii a m. .ri .l lower is lo ho erected
an l i 'iieat' ! the m-'ir.ory uf the
.tv:,; ..: n't :is iric.id. Vhon liniahed
i- v. iii t. '. -r a ' len-iid vieiv over the
i!o:!i:t:::i: i-.::!':!i i-i which Freeinl re
ceived hi lir.-t -d::v ;:iio;i ami where hia
-i.-it"er:'::I meaiiiv with nature was
det '; 1. The cea niife v is just open-
i:;.- Us :-;th-Tii)t;tit h .is. L i:icao Aews.
. OuoiT Tr;:i:l:it :tn.
i'rof. -r s r ( '. AVribt in his recent
ri-U to A' i-ka itir-covi :el aimcer.a?sage
in the Tv.-ci.t v-third IVr.im. as tranlateil
i::io tiie cf the natives. The
iiHionary ''vd-' made the translation
found M:ac di! :-ulTv with th.e first live
v.-e.-ii- --The I;! is mv Shepherd.
htMib;' :a Al v-ka there are no iloniOL-tic
f.heo; as- 1 n.tsh. phi rd;;. IU:t he thought
tlvi? i-e hvi ro. over tk.o uitiicultv until
he heard an tiaiian ivad the passage, and
th- n he t. that lie lia.l made it reau:
The l.orl is a lirst class mountain
i!H-o hunter." ?ew York Sun.
loif.inu'Tit to t'onfftlorato SfItiers.
Tl:e ino:v.i!iH r.t to Confeutrate soldiers
Lurie.l in tlie north, to U-1 recteil in Oak-
vim....s cemetery at Chicago, will lie in
the form of a pvraini I. lortv feet high
made i f fourtic'i plr.iu. square granite
ria:3 ocntrilisited from each of the states
nartici:atuig in the r.-hdiion. Virginia's
ulah will form tiie Lase and Arizona's the
:. (To velauil Leader.
An old stora mill tlmt was built more
than a century ago hy den. AVaIuiigton
is standing ia gootl condition near Perry
op,olis, in layette county, l'a. The mill
is a juimitive s-trucuire, hut it iaBtillLi
operation. Chicago Herald.
The hospital at Port Said, in memory
of the late Lady Strangford, is now in
Tliy tell in what whi-u wi-ary travf-lora di-em
Tlii-y view through qiitviTiu heat acri)sn tlirt
(.'rent mi-ltdfor fliailow in a wi'ary lanil.
And clustering imlniM, ami, fairer yet, thu Kii um
lit re sinileit in li;;hL to luugh in beiiini I lie
st i ram,
This is no wrirk of omc en!liimtvr'a wand,
Hut Mint nlli:tel b'-re true visions Htund
1 fnrofT lliiiiKi that eloe iM-ai.ic tiiciu bfein.
St, worn with lil hot niari-h, whi-n iii-nr at
A liuipier worhl we see iion us lxam.
Where uVuth uud purtiu; need not Ix our
roe Miere by toil f.ritMinii;ht, by jfrii-f un
inaiiiicd, l'rojilit'ts of Bei'-ni-e, husli your Ktfrn coiiiinajid,
i li? bid us not to bold it all u drciim.
II. T. R. in The IOiiduii Hjioftutor.
CLAD IN SHELLS OF STEEL.
Mumier in AVhlih tlin I'liu-nt Armors
HM Mmlo ly Skilled ArtiKaim.
The finest armors were made from
1140 lo 141WI. They 'were marvels of
Hiipplem-ss, lightness and elegance. TIi
iron bl it'll wss inMldeil on tlie Ijody
neatli it and followed every movement
of tho torso and limbs, protecting with
out confining them; the steel envelope
had become individual mid was, like hose
and jerkin, made for its wearer, instead
of the clumsy greaves of the Fourteenth
century, made to lit any man.
In these leg pieces, earefully articu
lated at tho thigh and above the knee,
1-ersonal poouh'aritioH appear Iegs;;lighlly
bowed and moro or less heavily muscled
at tho calf; in the flexible corselet .tho
Imdy enjoved comparative freedom;
under the armet or round helmet the
head turned easily; the jxnnted toes of
the sollerets could bo unfastened in
a moment if the knight, was obliged to
dismount; the gauntlets were as supple
as silk glove.-;, and tho weight of tho
whole armor, composed of vt-rv thin
plates of well tempered streel, was so
carefully distributed that it appeared
unparativelv light. This armor, molded
on the forms of the lxxly beneath it. com
posed of iolishod Kteel, was tiie "white
harness" so often mentioned by the
chroniclers. In France it was worn with
out ornament, but tlie Italians decorated
it with lions" heads and anticjuo masks; a
little later the armorers of Nuremberg,
then verv ixipular in France, introduced
iluted steel it was stronger, not heavier,
and offered more resistance to lance
thrusts than the smooth metal. Many
beautiful specimens rema;,i of tliia Maxi
milian armor, as it was called.
No further progress was Tossible; com
parative lightness, resistance, conven
ience and elegance of form had been at
tained. After this time the fchape of
helmet and corselet was varied according
to individual caprice or the latest fashion.
and the bteel was gilded and ornamented :
but armor, having attained its complete
development, steadily declined. Scrib
An Interesting Exhibition.
Parisians will soon have an exhibition
oi a rather novel ana mghlv interesting
kind. This will be what is called an
"Exposition de Charges," or a collection
of ail the best caricatures which have
been produced in France since the begin
ning of tho present century. All the
celebrities from Bonaparte to Boulanger
will, it is expected, ligure therein. Fore
most among the caricaturists will he
Philipon, who founded the Charivari, and
when tried for having disseminated tho
traits of hi9 majesty the "citizen king"
under the appcaranco of "a pear," asked
his accusers how he could help the re
semblance between the royal face and
the horticultural object in question.
Neither will the committee forget those
pictorial Pasquins of Paris Robert Ma
caire and Bertrand. who were also cre
ated by the lively pencils of M. Philipon
and his joyous companions. More mod
em caricaturists will be represented in
tho forthcoming exhibition by Daumier,
Gavarni, "Cham," Gill, Nr.dar and Caran
d'Aehe, who is fast becoming famous.--Homo
A 2Iexican Kitchen.
A typical Mexican kitchen lias neither
stove, table, chair nor cupboard, tlie
clean swept clay floor, an adobe shelf
agr.inst the wall and a few hooks and
pegs answering every purpose. In the
houses of the rich an adobe range is built
into tho walL which is really a long, nar
row box, made of sun baked clay and
partitioned off into little compartments,
within each of which a handful of char
coal may be consumed. The middle
classes use a big clay jar or pot, in lieu cf
a range, in which cliarcoal is also burned,
while the poor have "'all outdoors" for
a kitchen, and build their tiny fire of
sticks wherever it is most convenient.
The cooking utensils are seldom cf
in n, becau.se here that metal Ls very
scarce and dear, but earthen pots are al
most universally used, instead of the ket
tles and frying pans to which northern
housekeepers arc accustomed. It seems
incredible that a dinner of several courses
can be prepared over a charcoal pot not
much larger than a peck measure, the
various euibles all cooked in smaller pot3
set within it. Pliiladelphia Record.
Japan's Coast Defense.
The people of Japan have made vol
untary sul5sci'ipt ions of 100.000, some
o00,000 more than was desired, to tho
coast defense fund. The sum in excess
of that called for will be used in tho
manufacture of cannon, that industry
having been recently established in Japan,
at the Osaka arsenal. They are already
ex'XTimenting with the new Italian com
position metal in casting guns. Frank
A Costly Sewlus Machine.
A sewing machine of solid silver and
enriched with sapphires was recently re
ceived by tbo empress cf Russia. It
was a present from the Society for Pro
moting the Use of Russian Materials.
The czarina has taken great interest in
this organization. Her enthusiasm, how
ever, will not cause her to use the sewing
machine in all probability. New York
Gam in Tennessee.
There is still plenty of big game left in
ihc wilder portions of Tennessee. A party
of five sportsmen who recently spent a
few days hunting in Dyer county bagged
nineteen deer and one "u.ar. They say
that if they had given all their time to
bunting deer they could Lave killed fifty.
Itiiilwiiy Signal by Trumpet.
The blasts of the trumpet on r:ihvays
as :i means of giving fiignab t eir.'.iii"
lirivers, ixiintsrin n and others i-n-.-.a; 'ed ia
shunting o,M-ralious. which ar r. w ex
tensively used it. large shunting ard.i of
the Caledonian raiiwi.y in and around
(llasgow, are, it i-; :4:tl; d, abeiit to he in
troduced on home of the great r.'.ihvay
systems having termini in l.iie! i;. .
cording to the rode of trump, t ;-i:.c?!.-ils
for shunting in operation at St. RoMox
goods yards, Glasgow, the various signals
are represented by long blasts, short
blasts and "crows"' of the tri::i:;ft. the
repetition of each varying the directions;
for instance, a long blast of the tramnet
means move forward," anil two long
blasts are a signal to "move back.
a. " s
a rule, the goods yards ;f the principal
railways, if not ipiiteclose to t!; tei riu.ii,
are situated usually in thickly popula
ted lnetrojiolitaii distrtets, :iwl it I; lie
lieved tiiat if Irumjiet signaling slionld be
introihiei'd to them, dr'ordai'l soimds
of continuous and diversiiied l.Ia-!s of
the trumpet will t reat ; a nuisance es
jtecially tit night, when jHople are in
lied, night lM-ing inva.riably utiiixed for
shunt ing whieh ln loners wii I siarcei v
putupwith. Under this novel arrange-
liii'iii t.ii;ii miliiil.-i, tiii in .-im- i:-t. j
the signal men, are furuinhed with a
horn trumpet eleven iuclii. in leV'.tii,
having a reed inside the mouilijiieee, the
whole 1 icing of veiy light eoiisiru "tion.
The truniK't is carried by the simmer
slung over his left shoui-k r with a piece
of cord, and hangti across the right hip.
It is noL at present slated whether or not
the use of the trumi-t as a satnal will
enable the railway authorities to !i.- nense
with the mounding of the engine wiii-tle.-,
whieh have already been tho subject of
so much objection. London Daily Leu s.
I'l'tcriiis HlVeets of Sue: -.v.
A recent article by Uerr R. S'r.idtrer
in the Meteorolog"sehe '.cii. chril't"
tends to prove that the woriis ol :trc 1:1
the streets ami squares ci cil:yr. are inere
liable to decay than tnoocmt i. eeouatry.
and that this decaying proews is more
rapid nowadays th in it was forty r lift)
years ago. The writer attributes it laa o;:ly
to tho changes of temper;: tare in general.
but more especially to the varivi ! -..s i
temperature near tho freer.'r-.g point, the
freezing of the water in the pores el t:a
work of art hastening the decay, in con-
.itl....l1 . 1.1. ,,,.'..
acids, arising from the increase 1 use cf
coal. -Iheso deletenoiH mgredioals im-:-
in1' witli tiie ram, tog aim new v.cv ne
diluted sulphuric acid on the surfaces oi'
statues, monuments, etc., be they of
stono or bronze.
"Worse than all these, however, is the
effect of the snow, whieh absorbs tie s-
acids to a remarkable deuree. Freh
fallen snow in Munich, for instance, con- j
tained seven to eight milligrammes of j
acid to each kilo of snow; and tlm satiio j
proportion was noticeable at Forsiciui-l, j
alxnit eigot kilometers Item teocuy. i ho
same quantity of snow, after having re
mained on the ground a fortnight, sin .wed
in Munich sixty-one milligrammes, while
tit Forstenried the proportion had not
altered in tho least; hence tlie snow i:i
the city must needs have a more delete
rious effect than that in the country.
This also is the reason why the pal iio j
monuments in Berlin are alw ays covered
at tiie approach of winter. i:.;ii.'.er
T!io Origin of : Cnajnusii Sayait;.
"The divinity student's broke out
again," said the young man that bonds ;
on South Division street. "Wo were i
she up and says one of her pupils
never set the river on lire. The divinity
student looked up and said: 'I see that j . ' -you,
like other good people, are in error j
occasionally' 'What do vou mean.''
said Miss Staggs, getting red in tho fare,
'I mean,' said the divinity student, 'that
when 3-0U talk about setting the rivrv on
lire you are using an old saying that's
cot olT tho track. It used to tie, ibd i
never set the Thames on fire." ; rd
peopla wlien they said it had in mind the
river Thames; on the contrary it means a
miller's sieve, called a temse, which w as
used in the old wind and water mill da vs.
This temse had a wooden rim, which tii.l
back and forth in a wooden frame, if
the man that worked it was energetic in
his work he sometimes set the temso y
lire from friction. Hence it was saal of
a dull, slow person
erson that he would never
on lire, and the saving has
ed to its present form.'"-
set the temse
The Venezuelan's 'Vntionalt Weapon.
Tlie machete, a broad sword or knife,
about two or three feet long, and carried
without a sheath, is the universal ana of
Venezuela and Central America. In tke
southern-states of this country tho prin
cipal use f or the machete is for cm; ing
sugar cane, but in South America it re
places the pocket knife, the axe and the
sword. The llanero or haeieadero is
never seen without it. lie cuts bread
with it. peels sugar cane, cuts Lananr.s
iuul other fruit from the trees, chops
wood, cuts his way through the primeval
forests, slaughters liens or igs an .1 de
fends himself against tho attacks cf wiid
beasts and serpents. There is no b; far
arm against the serpents than a machete,
for with a single stroke the native will
cut them in tw o. E. De Hesse Wax tegg.
The 1'nscliis.Ii .Tanajicso.
Go where vou will vou can iinu no
where such a bright. gxd tontiH-reil.
i l.t l ,.! ... .';., . . . .1..
iaU",lAlt'l 1111113 aim jii.hu. 11 uul. u
as these Japs. They arc full of jokes and
are as unselfish as human nature can l e;
generous, trustful and faithful, patient.
gentle and brave. They have a strong
pride, too, that is nowhere more clearly
shown than in the fact that though u Jap
6eldom passes a beggar without giving
liiui something, y ft thero are ce:a; r.ra-
tivelv few in the country. If you ore
annoyed by being followed about by a
curious, but note, a respectful, crowd,
you have only to hold oat a coin and
they melt away like shekels at a church
fair; they feel hurt at being taken for
mendicants. Tokio Cor. Iew York Tri-
Mont real' 4 Rati Koy.
Why, what's the matter, Johnny V
inquired a fond Jlontreal mother, as her
4-year-cld came into tho hou;e crying
"X-nurse says tbi-ihat if I ai::t a
b-b-bcttrr boy the boodlcrs will c-catc:i
msS --The Evkx:Ii. "
FAKTiS C?4 THE SCvVERY.
?I:inv V:-.. 'VVIiCT,!v 1 liev
1 1 ia ,
iii.' C i .-.1 .!! i :di!l!Uu!.'.
Tii'I'-x !V ,.. t'l.-oi.e.'! ! t '' i '. i'
1 'I'.ur; 1 1. 1. nit- of tlie f.diir, aid lie 1
.lay . t.i is I. is harvest tine'. I "
.' there i le oeeeiel an ! !';.
ir.V.U M'il-: i Wiiil the ll'i i . ) .J It ! .
!. n.iu !!:; i ' t.iii'-ug Ii. .ju ' ! '
the S'.leet l.ltl-Jl a! i In- r'.ei i,'.
dimes and dollars l in y Jvive
and in an hour or iv.o ;!i t
laro. policy or a iii-ighl.oritig hue'
ha.- i'l".iii"d llie.-e eiy l.n s in- i
of their la. t relit.
The bitter cold wind oi night
hharp gn.tts Hwei-ping up along tie -
Mid it was not a ) lea-am oi -iit
to K mrg'e along from 'hatliaui .
Cooj.'.-r intitii'e'. i'.et tl:e Invs .
were out in torn- and (lie ;isf : i.
.: j ail f i'.s liolid'iv rMh.'s. t.'.i i
every roriu r va ; tlie irr. -pressi! .' :
and in front of him the always
iMoatl.ed crowd of gadding wo::;. :i
woudei' ehidned ?i;;. I low ii.
tol l slojies roiled on; from t!i i
hps l t!i" sharji evid ope!;.: r.
. . : 1 . . I . i .1 i
'"- ' " "
guiieil nun iiuym;;.
At !! im.-rseetiwii T 'a!::d .;:.. :
t!i" I'.o, verv. a few ards Trim l'ih
hail, a big i'iovn
a face liV a : ha
l'l (t evi l; i. 11. .V.
his e:i;.;;c:o;.s im.-u!; l'eil
chewed it Willi a en :
a'c I"i!,' !::-ii:.:
d.t to i! I,n :il he. I on;
;V i I his hea- emi 1 1 !i : a ; '
. sin in .'.
: a ioot'l :..ie lii.it he s i- ieid.' ;. '
'.!" Cifv.d Wo; .Id male the i !.ieke..t t I !:
pearly while. ''" pulled up an ,"n
j mouthed :-'reet m'.'ib ul'.'i l.elii ;;im
w hi ii :!: gra.vs roui ! ; ! ;,.'. ;.n ; i i ii.-s
i iiuht of e. I i Id Jo: i ! v. .:.ed t e ta i . . a
i hitem .-.s (l:ai
; , , is,:. . . i i ,
, th!.,. ,,;,
, .u,.j 1Si,:;;. .... ,.,,,,,( ,,..,.1.
, . , . ...
1'irtv lie.i'ii !'.:.!. was t ri
ou. l'or t!.t ia ai!'! grai.i . 1 for ;h
ov.vier t!!;.i v.'as ! in.-trny in; 11
Ac;-. '-s t!:e slP-e? ! ': 111 !ii:;; W;
! 1 .
to l!;e n: a w.'io ci.v.il
: ( , j;i r,' j,.. , s ,..;!, v.t.r,.'
; v f ( t :!V,r!V j-,,, ,,!.;,,
i!ii 'fed in the born
their money. ! i !ei la in ed agaii. : ii..;
tyranny of capita', and. h::l!.':ig .-.a o'.i
shoe in his hand, showed how- his I. !:'..-
...,:.!.! i f-' t. .. i s.. ?
.,":'.;, . .-..'he-n.m, ' :,i ,'l
in the deeiaratioa that the I-;?.. m-- r v. :.,
went with xm.-mimar ; !:
vi'in-n i;n. :
ni'ide hliicl;::!';' va.; beiug Kici
free:;:ig nig hi live t" 'iit.i a !..; w:'
;:'i:i v to his
IJi.i i.e s; i! many beaes? Vv'elS. rr.i
And what oiifcri i:ee d'.; it le.al.e t'
hof.est toiler wi'o warned
to liad ti
ll!'.1 !)"' loOioTI'. DOM was I.Ol.OYi ..:
al!"gel I i;;. ;:; :g oaiy . .t a:;. I w a!
.!.:!, otV i::e "ir: e." of i .To
I'toweiv, near e:'M:-.;!i t.' x'a'.eh th".
thrills hi .a.-.ew i ve : witii tin
the (;;:!: had t!i"ir .:;:;.
i Loiid iPouthed. t;r.:-" iln'oaled. e'
:'e."ed :! '! n chie . tj.ev ;.re the mo: '. i
s .,- ( f the
g I'll the I :.v
u are. t-. n
re I--ft ..:!
'ie::j.m -s t :
the eeoiiomii-al m:,'ri n. I'loU'di
j nian on the ea;t s,de w- ,; ,! y.
' 'Vf . J1. l";a ' V1'1 :
. W3iii me an i.i a woman v.iai kiih
di. aiing with a 'langt-rou-; ei.a:
. . 1 11... 1 Jl. . .
' y1' 3 , "IT'n "
t inn . i.a.. v ii . 'mih .i
nice work of tho adept fruit fakir,
srizes the pail and into tho open 1
of the watching woman he pours
apples, and with a sudden twist ..i
hand throws the. pall iato the f;.-:
i art of the wagon. Wie lias m
taking and yet : he is hardly half s.-'.i,
ihat s-he I:;;r. not 1 ei ll In an d.
3;::v.'s it when s!: g: ,s home and ; i
Vi'a;ti:e iail l"v.: :J'er taiuly, l.t;:
two last Livers of sn.nles ia the hot to:
t.he ail had been pressed in so ti
j tiuU they v. omd n.t droj. t,ut. ar.d ; i
I Reived for her ten cent ; was me
I frmt above ti.ese t.yo layers
Al'jiiir a.ijove s -prmg street, m lr. :.'
big dime laa-emn, with llama:;
invs that crii':ht the gaping suoh . .
jKnty eyed f-llv.-. with an-jaggy i
Ktiwid out in the mud and t...d .-torii :.
made even come f the IViv.vrv mu. .:
r;d-' their eyes. Iait ti:.? bey.; liked .. :
?'d ike wid - eyed g;rl-'-. -".villi '; .;
hair and tl; . it skirts, luugh'-d s:; J.,..-i .
tiie fe'dows, :r.i:l th" fun was fast a'.el 1 .
.'f cour.-x- he had someilang to rh..: i
mu ii ihe:u. and tl. y all j;::ew i; :
when la- lujilcd oat b:-. j atet t wa.sh th.
wottld tmn r.-ra.-s Ir.'n a - I"r s-o !:
that an e":p( rt I'oukl not l. ;.. th - T,
feren.-e, he made sot.io salt s. lii'.u rh 1 '
ti:e::asers Jaagiied !:ali :-hee; i-sk' ;
:li.-y t tinted ovi r their dimes, i ut w!
he took the l.-ras-i watch of a f.JI. .v .;
checker hoard i "tints stint, r.ibbiru i
v.a-.l; c.vor it. hei 1 it '.tp lo view gli. t.
i:ig like -ol i in the via re f the i k el
li'.'ht. Lis sah-s iner. s'.-ed. and tlie
v. tic the l'iggtst pv.rehaM'i'..-. Ti;cyd.i j'.'i i
know, and they would hardly have ear- i j
if thev :;.!. that th" ho'.ile tiie fakir i
i . .1 .i. t .. , . ! !
iii.ilot 'l ill .'.- l.l l .i liivi.' 111 I'ov -i ;
! .one he lv l in his hand, and that ev ;i if
it w re the tinsel color weald fade ..w ay
! ia fifteen lninut-. s.
! y.0 the money went aU ;doag the Ik.-.v-
! ny. To the fakir on the Ktrec t coi ia r,
j to tho blind beggar n t!:e other. wl:o
: kept one eye on Lis tk-.tup k.-t thrth;,..-
' ing gaa::t;s of tke g:ur. r would steal tho
j chari.a! p.-.-.i-.i--s tk:.t .v dr. : I
: ir;;..it; ; ;:. 1::
j r:;:;T. who t- Id th-.
tan i: ei.
l.e-i" f.f lar :-::
: family an d -; n:t her g .therit.gs at ". ty
i alt. na.t ttd-.ti: to'tli" dlt..e mir-i uui. .
; with thfir horrible j in eves and t:.. ir
j puti'y faced outride man r.toilh.g the
j Ivrauties of the ttti ci ut sliuw in.-id-e
! everything skat tho ;v., and th-;. k !-.
the men and th" wt ;r.":.. the leii.i.j
and tho ner.c02-.ers knew to Ie i'::k".-.
j But there is Am t-e .-a iojially in ! 1 '.Vi.z
j deceived, and on the Bowery it t;r. '.ye t-j
j to: cents b, tkvl that some m.-.n is v. r e
1 ihau t r.es; lv f;r wk.t can be le-s l.c-s-
j pat, than a liowcry fukir? Xew York
J Jjra; liic.
California - Evaporated - Silver - Prunes
-- A:rr id
! ( i 'S , -''( cic
:; j FRESH FINN AN
vIAodIo Butter and
Is enjoying a
Wili In i otic 'I th
Si I ll.t"!v :;o i
r i -ii.i
iV.- idenr W ill itihc
( 'ass ( ' itoil ' Wic
tif tlii.s vcar atnl wio.M !:'; ttj tiev-
1 lift tillll'.S : liolllli
jS OW U ll ! if V. i
j coj:'.' v, v i i j
11 r m
ticli is i"r.r-eIa.-
Si M. S
I'roin v.liicli our A jiiiiitet-s
out tiiucii .-uti-diierorv wori;.
! tj- -x rs-?'fici "TTl"rTT1I T
If LAI A O ill V tl 'i 11
x w L-l 1 1 I i i C
ml 1 f f A. f f l t M -r
Soora ia both its
ii -I t. v
iu? "m M'ju
I ! !i : oi t it 'C v lit 1 1.-
lei 1 !:' i iee! !!i of :t
!:e ',,', !i (,J'
; i 1 1 1 1 1 , i : '; hi. -
h y. k r
; ere to ;- :tik ol our
m p if m
hi; kJj It fttjAj.
- .t'H4' - ;j,e - - C:;V - - '
in ail resrifftis juxl
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