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Nine lim-stratcd Serial Storle.
Article of Practical Advice.
Glimpse' of Royalty. ,
Railway Life and Adventure.
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Hints on Self-Education.
I Household Articles.
Natural History Papers.
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r Ilia Hi k LM, S. t,
0, u ymim 1 aU ir..
a tkaranirh Ssnwl.a.lra at t aatarat
hli'ti min th (lefiiu'lom of diKl'(i
Iriiloii.and by t rartfal aialmaiioa of
prnneriiaxif aiall Ml.-i'lf-d t'C'.W, Mr.
nrnlild ear r.akrl labia with a
SiH'i bat dfor I bf" wlilnli may a
drlir',l (fT dacl'ir' bl'la. Ill" by Ilia Jadta
iisiaauya, noli arilrl a' . I.'l lhl a cn
Iihii ne of i h (riidhii'y bnl't op until tnni(
llutl'Mi ni) , Hutt ataiy fadrnrf In dl.eata.
eii'iiijll t.j r atibit vcIhSIm rn ft "llli I
llunilreda af rurivk wt'tre-r karaiia
arnutid in Mad iny a.aapo maar a faial
iTS-k a-il'il. a on i. a mi aril tor IU.mI I'S
hfl by kesiilil nriiparly Biiiiritlied liama "
niro bli' ' and a ' tette. Ma lol mran'y witk
Jurll sarviia lis ik, Hold only la h4ll-peUB
noli ne wairr nr nn hoi , iinir:
tin.. n ifr.evrl h , UiiBnilhle ehi-mltt
.iamkj ki'i s a is
er r i; h rs A 1 1 niu i s nt
nn wi dona "la Ilia
MeT.aB wrmtaa) f karrail mt Miam
an.a"ln lr.nili.larr, rat.if tba ' 4,
aju'lif nf Nt Vitrk " eti wm l u 11 iiM 1
rtt la laa ilaima tad fl aa a JarmNta 44
, i . 1 haw. M
ajaHetiCSkt. BI B
Jayr-rtaet, ub tt.ttirncawinftf turn flaaaV
tf arara a - af fs-J i
nrl f f"ll tsf UaraBHl miV , t U atl t')f
k mm e. aVi lNaft-WP 1 aft, Htntrs
ft '(At. 'tra
Vr avrrw aV'saa,
twllneas) to tba pnarar l um tiiyef" tV i
i lsle- nr. " aa-a1 n imiti ni ana1
a)-,tl Aftata War.ird, Mm m4 M
m mm ik mu-t. s IHataaaw la aa alaalrswaaav
rvioai ati'l rlva Fit r"a. W Hta aW Orrn .
fr 9 49
aa As i. WWMlalaJlWJI aCa,
Maw a lxK VjluMlJeti Serpnut.
P..r i.v: r a y, a tli- rc hnv n
lnorH ri'.irilinn till t-xiiU-nri! of a lar;;
B'-nii'jit ut l.nl.'u K.'iinshii. Him inilil
Tt - t of I iniilmry. vul every ni wlm
lie.-ir.l tlie nlKiy rri-eived it with in
credulity. Uut tli jinieir (;rew iti
of rikepiiciMii, iiml tlie tlionulitlesH
urn-en iiii.iuy 1.11 .iniiia unit IioiliiilHtliitis
14: 11 4.. 1 ... :i . . . 1
was K'unelliin' in it.
r niiur .-.'.warn .u. ifiildwinnnauv
Dnwim wtf fiiliin' ih tlio luku. Iit
an elderly luisinesB men und optHmed tc
noturiet.v in t-very wnv. Tliey wen; en
ijiitfed in li.-tijli!) in fi-!i, wlu u Biidderl
to tlie west (if them a Imik heiwl pokcl
itself out of tli wiiter und contenipliiteij
tho fit-hefiiion. Thin wus thirty feet away
fnmi tlieir boat. One of tlio men said it
wait not unlike the head of a pup; do
but dark brown or black in color. U'jtfl
the finheririf'11 loHt intert-Ht in tlndr fi.sli
iuj and Tautened tlu ir utteution on tilt
After viewing tho fishermen tor a fe'A
minutes the KcrrM-nt moved toward them
aoini! ten feet, and his entire body wat
seen 011 the fiuif.wo of the water. II
waa from lifu n to twenty feet lnutr am)
moved Hlowly and easily, in tlie mannei
of a hu'c anake. It took w i.ore'l virr,
of tlie fislittrmen fur a few secoiidn anj
Tim Ri'lit (jrinervi'd the finherinen al
first, hut they resolved to ffet a nearer
look. They aaw the eiient jieriiap'
half a dozen times, bnt wero nnahle to
aeclire a doner Inflection of it.
Tlin ttory haa been corroborated with
more particiilant by John Clark, a hotel
j.ro,rietor, Theodore Clark, tlm bi li'i.x
manufacturer, nnd many othcra win)
have fecn the Fcrpent. Tliee men nay
tlm wrjient ix us t hick as a dog's body.
Cor. Hartford Courant.
damn Gulora In Muliia.
Mofwi are no very plentiful in north
ern Maine that, as a Bportsm.-iu can
legally kill but one in a Beanon, it i
Kuiiietliiii of it (lih.ipointujeut to throw
away the only chance on an undersized
or b an animal, or one with poor antiera.
The boHi hunter of Medway, Llewellyn
Powers, is a man who wastes no powdet
on inferior Klle, and when he startcl
jut after hU annual iuoohh the other day
ho was determined to (ret a good one.
He rolled his old slouch hut into a horn
and called a moose ti the water at pix-k-woekamoe
lake, but tlie bull did not miit.
til ing too h an and cai-fjiinj smull an
tlers. Another and another came In ri
;K,tHe of the hunter's call, and firiaM
tiie ideal inomircti of the wnoda ap
peared. Tliis bull fell before Powers'
rifle. He weighed over a thousand
tMi'.nds and carried a tierfect set of
antlers that spread five feet. No fanlt
vitn be found with a hunting ground
which affords such opportunities as tht'
for taking one's pick of bij( f,'Hme. Al
m-t anylxxly can (ret a iiioomi in tin
npiK-r Penobficot re(fior-. Tlie other da;
atwel (year-old boy named Hathawaj
went into tlie woods aione, ca.l. a a bi
mooto and droiiped him at the first cliot.
Louioville Courier Journal.
a rui.iir nofi.
In the raw of tlie trial for murder
which is goiiiK on at Naples the deceased
Vme time before bis death foatrhtadoel
with a man who is now one of the pris'
onera. At tho hearing the other day one
of the witnesses, a government official,
said that on the day of the duel he went
with others to meet the carriages com
liij back, for "at riilermo every oue
knows everything, and the carriages re'
turned as if from a festival, and the peo-
pit waited to see them."
Tho public minister asked the witness
how the news of the duel lieins about to
take place was known to the public.
Witness: "First by the Mafia In fixing
on the place and honr. I have never
seen such a duel; people went as If to
feast, and every one knew of it. Per
bans the circumstance tuat an olacr
fihhtiii had eoin Influence, an
that therefore the authorities did riot
prevent it." London News.
A I.ayr'l l!anrt.
It is the man with the idea who de
velops his opiileiicy today. A lawyer ol
this city not loiii sinco in three months
persuaded all the manufacturers of a
certain staple product in the eaatem
states to form a combine. lie visited all
of them and finally got them together
and drew the articles of agreement. He
Joined about twenty -five concerns into a
combination, with a capitalization ol
over a million. At the ouUrt be claimed
3 per cent., and his realization for hi)
three months' work was ;10,000. ThU
la a fact. Two New Haven concerns are
in the combination. New Haven Pal
Te Io.ilgata the Soars. Pale.
Professor Nordenskjold, of arctic
fame, will soou atari from Anstralia In
two small sailing Vessels, having anxil
iary steam power, for an exploration of
the antarctic ocean. The vessels will
be thoronghly equipped with every de
vice found nwful In Ice navigation. The
locality has not been visited since James
Ross' expedition in 1811, although tho
Entlish ship Challenger went as far
south as latitude 05 degs. 42 tula, iu 1871
Tha ttoar Kcarae the Ilani'hari.
There is a bear roaming the river bot
tonu iu tho vicinity of Liuda that, when
it wes a man, rises on its hind legs and
liegins to dance. It is thought the crea
ture must have escaped from some gyp
sies who recently passed through the
town, Many of the ranchers living near
there are so fngutoued that they si
in tlieir windmill at night. San Fran-
' Tlie Tote of a Riley county (Kan.)
man was challenged because be had been
In the penitentiary seven times, IIo
was, however, eiiual to the emergency
He prtsluced the pardoulng papers for
Several days ago a child was bitten in
the finger by a black spider at Aladison
bid. A few hours Inter tha little one
arm began to swell, aud death ensued
Id by mu3"
it 4.U-" 1
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ai.f Colon-1 A. Ii. Beifert.
ft, n reminiscent mood, "was
onel Jolln . woauy. '".-i"
private at Harper ten nueu n,..,.
place was captured by Ktonewall Jack
son In 1803. After waiting for some time
for our exchange we were ordered down
to Fairfax Court House, Va., where we
were on the lookout for Mosby.
"One cold, clear night In February,
IQlVl I uftia ,n iti.'lri.t ,lntv fll tlm WlLl-
renton road. I had post two. I was
y-alking my post almost on the double
Spiick, trying to keep warm, when 1
leard a troop of cavalry coming dowc
tilie Warren ton road at a quick trot
They were stopped by the man on post
ohe ail riK'lit, and then came down on uiy
poet. When they came close enough lo
me I halted thein.
" 'Friends with tha counterign,' was
the answer to my challenge.
One man dismount and advance
with the countersign,' was my next com
mand. "A well dressed officer dismounted
and advanced to tn point of ir.y b.-.y "
et and gave the countersign 'Jamaica.'
" 'Countersign correct. I shouted,
"There were about three hundred of
them; a motley crew in appearance, but
they were a jolly lot, singing, talking
and laughing. They passed on, and in
due time I was relieved and soou was
"Larly tiio next morning the seargeut
of the guard roused ino up and told ni"
1 was wanted at headquarter. Li
charge of an orderly I went When 1
got thero the man who ws on pyst ."
was ahead of me. He was ushered into
tiie presence of General Alexander
Hayes, our commanding oQker, and
Wi.en he came out I went in.
You bad post two at List night?
demanded the general
" 'I had, sir.'
x" 'Tell me about tha troop of cavalry
that pawed your post.'
"I told him wlt bad happened.
" 'Well,' he said grimly, 'you did it,
and ho dismiwed me.
I diacovered prtttyaoon that the men
f had pansed were atosby'a rxsnmand,
with Moeby at their head. They had
ridden tiirmura tba aritire camp, take
the tent of one of tlie general ofDcers,
tnonnted it on a mnle and escaped with
it to the Confederate hnea.
"How did he get the password! We
found out ttut af'.erward. At one ol
the outposts was the rawest kind of t
raw recruit While he waa on picket
duty a man dressed In a captain's uni
form, with the red sash- of the officer of
the day across bia breast, approached
him. lie challenged and the officer re-
" 'Officer of the day with the connter
fign.' ' "Advance and give the countersign.'
"The officer advancod and gave a word
which was not the correct one.
"'That's uot right,' said tha sentinel,
and yoa can't pas.'
"After considerable wrangling, tha
.ifllrer insisted that bia word was right,
ha exclaimed angrily, 'What word hav
yoa gotT Tbe man said, The srrgeaut
of the guard gave ana the word, "Ja
maica," and nobody an para without it,'
Tbe effloaF wm a other than Voaby
hiinettf. B bad all be waarted, and,
waiting for aigas, go ksi men together
and made tba eaeoraaftal raid.
Tor cool aca-va H beat anyttdng I
nu Wd of.'-JTew York Hai-aU.
rwa laaa f
Ml waa leaving Pittsburg I waa ap
proached by a youag man who, after
giving tne bia card, thanked me moat
earn, ally fur ujy lectai cf last night; ia
fact, be nearly embraced ise,
"I never enjoyed myself so much la
my life," he said.
1 grasped hia hand.
"I am glad," I replied, "that my hnm
ble elf ort pleaeed you ao much. Nothing
ia more gratifying to a lecturer than to
j Know ne oas anorueu pleasure to oia
"Yes," ha said, "it gave aie immense
pleasure. Ton see, I am engaged to be
married to a girl In town. All bur family
want to your ahow, and I had the girl
at home all to myself. Oh I I had iocs a
good timet Tbaak yoa 'so sanchl I
Wot ore aeee eg a!a soea."
And after arkthlag saa a slia net loam-
ory be left I waa glad te kx-rw I kafl
at inawi (aa tAsA ,as2 tAvsm
m in Pltaburg,-a(as 0'ReH.
A Littae Uke aa taaaU.
"Bee aaaay af ssy paragrapba or saarls
la tba eiohaagear aatil aVa faaay saast
af tha eirkenge edWoa.
change adi tar. ,'Tra saen a good many
tilings credited te the paper, bat be vent
looked te, sea wbaLrusr tbey ware
dog fighkt, weather tems of soma of
yvor gaMaa. Waaat saa ta 4
aaal lay Va aaSde for yoeT
"Oh, aei I wesiktat pv. rs ta
aunch trouble," said tba fnmry maa.
"Ne trouble at all," aaeartod the ae
The funny maa wwat anok to bis desk.
thonirht ever tha raatter lor a minute
and tlten Shrew a paprrwelgbt at tt as
ekange editor. Caicao Tribtroe. (
SHaae Kwt Sa m ad Bait aaata
It bas often been said that the glove
makers cC Parts make os ia their trade
L nf the akins of rata which ase oangbt la
tlie sewem, but this Is d(iied. Oertutnly
the ran ted al wostld mat be saroiur eoupga
toaurcomfully eonnterfelttha kid, nnlesa
tt were f( tlie tainnS parts only, whtck
are generally of a tMnosr and different
kind of butllisr laoia the rest, Buggea
Moa bas bea made that a trade might
be erened wtth the CalMSe for Has skins
of the lata wasnh they eat. WashiagJeai
i . ' ,
Buioke is finding its champions m Eng
land, notwithstanding the efforts made
to pwv nt its dlHoaloa in the atmosphere.
It is claimed that the carbon In the smoke
Is a powerful deodorizer, and as snch Is
blessing rather than a nuisance. ,
one ut in
inaml tin ' - '
in'?. Aire :
(lineuee ih i. ')
IHR, piim.i l I ' T
weak nnd li t
and henrt dio t
on lle.irt iiiki
free. 1 lie lUterHL. t
(.lire ih tsold find eiTTiiant
O. Fricke & Co, nliso hm Kewi .
Nervine for lieadnclie, iil,
hot ihiHht'H, ncrvuiiH cliihw, oj
K. W. Sawyer, of KdchcHter, Wis,
a jii'OiuiiK'iit dealer in m-m-rai
rticrcliiindiHe, and who runs wcvoraf
peddling wiijji)iis, hud one of liij
liorH.m badly cut find burned -with
lariat, The wound refused to heal.
The horse became lame and htiff
iiowwitlmtandiiiiL!; careful iittentioa
ii rid the application of rcniedieH. A
Iricnd hinidcd Sawyer wiuie of
l!HU,.r'K Harb Wire Linciiicnt, the
moht wonderful thiiifr ever now to
lical Hiicli wounds. He applied it
only three times and the eore waa
completed healed. Equally pood
for all Horn, ciiIm, hrtiHcH, and
wound. For Hale by all druK'8'
For lame back there is nofhin?
bctlcr Hian to falurate a llaimel
ciotli with Chamberlain's Pain
llalrn and hind it on the affected
parts. Try it and you will he Hiir
iii incdat tlii'pioiiipl relief itaifords.
The name treatment will cure rhail
iii.it iniii. For Hale by F. G. Fricka
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