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A MODERN BUXYAX.
(J. N. Ervln, la Ram's Horn.)
DREAMED: and be
bold I saw a man
clothed with rags
standing in a cer
tain plac with his
face from his own
house, a hook in his
hand, and a great
burden upon his
back. I looked, and
Haw him open the
book. and .read
therein: and as he read he wept and
trembled; and not being able longer to
contain, he broke out with a lament
able cry, saying. "What shall I do?"
Anil while he was standing ia his
plight there came to liim ;t man named
Evangelist, and talked with Mm and
gave him a parchment roil wherein
was written the way of life from this
world to that, which Ih to eouie. Then
the man took the roll and began to
read in it, and as he read the way
seemed plain before him and a voice
said, "Thla ia the way, walk ye In it."
Now, while he was still reading
therein there came by a man with a
ho I'Ook under bin arm. Dut the
in;n who was reading; was 1:0 intent
lon what lie was read ins; that he did
musee him. Then the visitor laid his
hand on tho roll in the man'!) hand
ar.d said, "What readest thou?" And
i lio niiiii Maid, "i am reading a roll
which Evangelist pave me to Miovv me
the way from the City of Destruction
to the Celestial City. For you miuit
knuw unless I escape, I shall perish
wi'li this city. l-hi Is an-excellent
book," replied the man, "and I have
feiven a great deal of time to It.-) study.
1 a:u able to tell jou many things
which Evangelliit has never discovered
and to make it plainer to you than any
ue ele can. That roll is-', la the main,
a reliable guide, but I would advise
you to read a book of mine on the ex
planation of the roll ami Hie 'roll cor
rected.' " Then the speaker Rave the
man with the roll a card wliei'eon Mm
miu:c was written and disiappcartd. And
the r:are written was "Higher Critic."
Ard I saw, and behold, there came
another man to that ,p!"s the man
was still reading the roll. Ami he
slopped and spake wiHi him and asked
why lie read so earnestly and why his'
face was so serious ami troubled. And
he replied that he was trying to learn
the v ay to escape from Der-t ruction. "!
am r'o glad, then, that I have found
you." said this man. "My name is Mr.
Modern Thought, and I
rishl such peopl" as you
thru Evangelist has found you and th'it-
he ha puzzled jau with the roll whirh!;
von have. That roll Is all right, but
Evangelist Is narrow in his views and
several centuries behind the times. He
shows jou the narrow way by the lit
tle Wicket (iaie aud over tt: Hill Difli
culty and through Ihe Valle of Hu
tnili.it inn which pilgrims used to go.
That way is largely al'aeduned an-1 we
M'i f'ud an easier road. We are in-v r
fur thire Is always u ray com
1 ,.!v with u.- to ciieer the time, and wi'
have no lor.gt r tbf t-ad faces mlnt'inis ;
u.sf.1 to have. I have a company . iom- i
herr I,Mi In m their nay and v!.!. !t j
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WITH HIS FACE FROM HIS OWS HOUSE.
And then for tne rest of those citiys
which thty called sacred days they
found delight in social companies or
iu reading papers each of which con
tained a sermon that no one evcrread.
Now, I saw that as they went on their
way, they came to a place where a nar
row way went up a steep hill to the
road that Christian went of whom we
have heard from Uunyan. And r.t the
place where this way left the road that
Pilgrim was going there was a house
where Evangelist was trying to gather
in. those who were with Pilgrim and
explain to them the roll so that they
might pw on the King's Highway to the
Celestial city. And I heard Mr. Modern
Thought speak with his company and
tell them that while Evangelist might
Imagine he was doing good it were bet
ter to go on their easy way than to fall
in with the fanatics who were trying to
climb that hard hill and leave behind
them all the delights they might enjoy.
Then 1 saw that they passed by without
stopping to hear what words Evangel
ist might speak to them. And. so they
cfenped any pricks of conscience.
And I saw after this that they came
to a placo where the atmosphere from
the Valley of Humiliation began to
blow chill upon them. And their
hearts began to sink and goblins be
gan to appear o them. Hut Mr. Mod
ern Thought belonged to a company
who hail bnllded a railroad entirely
around that valley, called Constant
Amusement railroad. It Is luxuriously
furnihhed and its coaches are equipped
with theatrical exhibitions and dancing
pavilions tjJJ it takes away all thought
of the tliscuuifc rto of the Valley of Hu
miliation. Pilgrim 'and all who wrje
with him took this railroad and passed
ihe serious valley without so much as
a single encounter with any evil or o
murii a dream of Apoilyon. It is i
said that he lias never interfered with
Ihe miming of that road, though it litis
large numbers of travelers. On Bun
days Mr. Modern Thought talked to
them of a religion of sunshine in oppo
Eilion to the (sadness of those who pass
through the Valley of Humiliation
where the old way used to go.
At tne euu ot the c. a. u. It. was a
station fitted up with telescopes labeled
a wnunxuut ft
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"Modern Ideas, " through which the pil
grims were permitted to look at what
they were told was the Celestial city.
There was a large and beautiful coun
try into which everybody who had ever
lived was received. There were all he
Pjeisures of .Mght and sound and sense
with which men were fascinated in the
City of Destruction and on their pil
grimage. Pilgrim learned after he had
reached the end of his Journey that
these pictures were painted on the end
of the t lescopes.
And artrr this the pilgrims went on
tleir way making merry among tliem
ft l.es. And one , day Mr. Modern
Thought told his company he wanted to
raise a fund to help another company
to 1 me by the way of the C. A. K. It.
Hut the old way of helping ethers by
giving up sniiieihlna wan hard way
and the pilviim. stopped at the Vanity
Fair and took some hooihn and gave
ronie 'charity performances" for the
good of other '.ilKrims who were om.
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PORPOISE IN CAPTIVITY.
Apimrentl.v ContPntM In tha Lock M
tl;irv-) 'a luctl, l.a.
Tha locks of Harvey's canal, whil
originally intended for the accommo
dation of vessels cf various kinds and
dimensions, but failed to operate for
some reason or other, were permitted
to fall into disuse, says a New Orleans
paper. As a consequenco of this It was
considered necessary to construct a
dam across the head of the canal and
also below the'fnuer gate. The basin
formed by the two dams gradually
tilled with rain water, forming a pool
about 250 'feet in length, CO feet wide
and possessing a depth of about 15 feet.
In the course of time this basin becar.:e
filled with small fish, ami, as It now
turns out, this provision of nature will
serve to prolong the life of a very re
markable Inhabitant of the lock casln.
The capture of a porpoise In ilserf ia
a very ununual occurrence, but when
you couple to this capture the fact that
It was kept alive for a period of Vrii
hours, the occurrence becomes of more
than ordinary interest. Yet this wai
the "case In regard to the acquirement
of a parpse Wednesday by Captain H.
A. Harvey of the steamer Louise Har
vey, which vessel plies betwfen the
head of Harvey's canal, on the other
filde of the river, and the Gulf waters
in the neighborhood of Darataria bay,
engaged In transporting fish and oysters
to this city. The fishermen employed
by Captain Harvey on the day men
tioned were hauling the seine in the
shallow waters of tie bay, when there
was an unu:;ital splashing and disturb
ance In the bag or the net. Upon the
haul being completed It. was found that
a moiiiiter porpoise bad permitted him
self to become entangled In the seine,
and being unable to get away wan after
considerable difficulty landed Bafe on
the deck of the Etcsmer. Remember
ing the condition 0? tilings relative to
the lock of the cana.', at noted above,
Captain Harvey conceived the plan of
transporting-the fish to this location
and dumping it into the basin, to be
retained us a curiosity for the people
of the city. The porpoise, which was
eight feet long and weighed COO pounds,
was not Injured in the struggle which
took place upon reaching the side of
the steamer, and being secured 60 it
could not plunge about the deck, was
covered with sacks and kept well wet
tod during the journey to the lock. This
location was reached nearly ten hours
later. At this time the fish appeared
rather weakened by Us long absence
from the water and" did not give any
violent signs of life when thrown lntf
the fresh water of the basin. Some ten
minutes later, however, it began to
swim slowly about the lock, and after
an hour's duration It seemed to have
regained its usual vigor and appeared
to enjoy tne novelty of being solo occu.
pant of any si.o in its new domicile.
BEWARE!" SAID WILLIAM.
Hnt th 1 7-Venr-Olil It.iiiy Didn't Hu
warc Worth a Cent.
A very fanny young fellow named
William Riggs thought it would be fun
to scare four young women who were
in the habit of riding by moonlight on
their wheels in the smooth road in the
vicinity of Delphi, N. Y.
He had .made a long white costume
and a hideous mask. Mounted on stilts
he appeared twelve feet high, and he
waved his ghastly arm and in a sepul
chral tone motiiied, "Beware!"
One of the young women fell off of
her wheel in a faiut, two of them broke
all world 3 records for the distance, but
Miss Grace Holdcn, a 17-year-old
bwatrty from Jersey City, gracefully dis
mounted from her "bike." picked us
ft large stotie, and, as she threw it, said:
"If you are a ghost this will go through
you, and if yon are a foolish, masquer
ading boy it will hurt you."
And that is how it happened that Wil
lie Riggs has three broken ribs.
Till 4 uir'a lull lit lii I rout.
A Searboto (Me.) man had a cow
which recently brought, an offsprin.-r
Into the wi rid. The calf is said to L
all li a-t t VAirpt i.i to the tall, and the
tail is all right, only it iM misplaced,
being on the wrong end of the beast, n
Is said to grow from itee., the eyes.
In fact, tne animal lcoks more liku a
baby el. pliant th.in a cow. It was f.mnd
thut the calf wan likely to starve (e
dentil from lis inaOilitv t sink ami
was It" tail at lb'1 name time, so it a
!)lo;i..-;ii; up by h.iu.l.
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itt.idt, in lloiig.u.v. ,i di.;ain-.' of t,"7
Hub, for wiu.ii I he ,ne. t !' lilt.,
id tn sd. ; a: t';'" r r.e i,f nix rulle a
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M'orli!, Wheal "rixlitrtlon.
Tho Hungarian gocrnnicnt has Is
sued an amplification of Its wheat re
port issued last week. According to
these latest figures the production of
importing countries for 1S!)" as com
pared with the production in 151)1 is as
Netherlands .... 3,404,000
Switzerland .... 5,390,000
lielgium 21,277,000 21,277,000
Denmark 5,100,000 4.5."..O00
Scandinavia .... 5,100,000 5,106,000
Spi'In S0.52S.0OO 07.S76.00O
Portugal 7.376.000 9,078,000
Greece 3,120,000 3,404,000
"The production of the exporting
countries for 1895 as compared with
that of 1S94 Is as follows:
Russia 415.053.000 363.130,000
Hungary 150,361,000 151.09S.O00
Routnania 62,414,000 51,066,000
Bulgaria 52.4S2.000 31,207,000
Servia S, 511, 000 9,929,000
Turkey 42,555,000 29,793,000
India 237,450,000 2CS.167.OO0
Rest of Asia.,.. 70.950,000 5S.15o.000
United States.. ..400,017,000 408,528,000
Canada. 51,066,000 42,555,000
"The aggregate production of the rye
Importing countries for 1S95 Is placed at
522,008.000 bushels, against 575,911,000
bushels In 1891. The production of the
rye-exporting countries for 1S95 is ert!
tnated at 953,232,000 bushels, again:'!
1,052,527,000 bushels In 1891."
'!i or llorxi'.
At the Maine State Fair there are C
entries of matched oxen and 80 pairs I
work oxen. This beats electricity and
bicycles, but Maine farmers will never
make the progress they Bhould lit this
enlightened day and ago until they
adopt good draft horses for the farm,
food draft mares to work and raise
colt every year, as the French and Kng
lish farmers do. These draft colls id
ways bring more money than oxen, and
the marts and maturing colts will do
more and better work than the o:: n.
Western Live Stock Journal.
The editor of the above paper evident
ly docs not know what ho Is talking
about. He tries to judgo Eastern eon
ditlons by Western methods. Oxen
would be quite out of place on Western
farms, but on most Maine farms they
are essentially In place, and will always
remain a prominent feature of Maine
For labor on the stony hillsides of
that state the slow-going ox is in Ms
(dement. His cloven hoof takes nat
urally to the uneven ground. Jf he
has a mishap that unfits him for fu
ture labor ho is sent to the butcher,
and loss is avoided. Tho retention ol
oxen on Maine farms Is not a sign oi
r.ttipldlty on the part of Maine farmers.
It is a question of the survival of the fit
test. There are both horse? and oxen
on those farms, and as the two are
brought into close competition the
farmer has a good opportunity to ob
serve both, and In the course of a few
yearn he decides that for general work
oxen are the most valuable. A popular
combination there, for small farms. Is
a yoke of oxen and one horse. When
a large loud Is to be hauled, the oxen are
hitched onto the wagon, and the horse
put in ahead, the whitlletree being
hooked into a ring on the end of the
tongue of the ox-cart. Tbls is a fa
vorite method for use. In the hay field
and in the wood lot. For the West,
"vive le cheval," but for Maine, "vivc
llrenl I'nrc Mm-k.
Start the brwdins iow of pure bred
stock In every neighborhood. The in
troduction of Rome new stock will soon
be followed by several neighbor--., who
will not be outdone li-y any neighbor,
and thiiM the good work rocs on and
noon your county will be a fine utock
county, a your stock I Improved and
advances in price. Severn! breeders of
pure bred -.lock in a county always at
tract trade. Their healthy rivalry advertise-
the county an a line ntock
county. People like to (ri t hi oil. from
them tine utock centers, opi-iially
from well known nd-tcrtlsetH, alihmiKh
yoit can buy the BtMiie breed nt half the
price of Home timid breeder who "can
not afford" to advertise. He ma do
nothing with It whin lie ki-ih it, but
Komi Htork from well j-, nomi breeders
sell raiUly lit ? mil prices. Juilleliiii
brefiiiug ami Jo. 11. " .! i tUiiiH
hand In hand. Muiiv kiw hiinb r
f i'l liri iinin' they Ii lVe Hot the . n it oj.-..
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Highest of all in Lcavcnin;
Somrthlni to Taint.
Mmo, d'Albertin, ono of the lesser
painters of Franco, was m conceited
ubout her artistic ability as sho was
notorious for her uso of eosuioties. On
ono occasion a certain count, who held
hor in much disesteom, lost a bot to
her. "And what will madarne chooso?"
ho askod with mock courtesy. "Some
thing in my art," sho simpered; "somo
thinjr I can paint." "Wry well,
madamo," replied he, bowing himself
out. A day lator madamo received
paekujfo from the count, which, upon
mmr opened, revealed u lifo-suo
drawing: of hor own face in outlino.
A 13rT Defomler.
Mrs. Watts It seems to mo that
you paid a good deal moro attention
to thut hateful Mrs. Finns last night
than wus necessary." Every one ia
tho room noticed it.
Mr. Watts My dear. I saw that
there wore at least a dozen unmarried
men in tho assemblage, aud I wanted
to protect them.
A Hllent Appcnl for Help.
When your klilncy and bladder urn Inactive
tliey lire timlilnii a Hilent appro! for hulp.
Don't . rtlsrcKiiril tt, but with llesletter's Stem
iu'h Hitters siili'ly Impel thrm to activity.
They ore in tinincdluto dnnjtcr, una It Is fool
ImriltneHH to shut cue's even In the fact. Ito
wlo In time, too, if yon '.ei lcii timnitcstii
tlonH ot dv.in-psiii. nisi itirtu. rhcnniiUiMin, eon-
Rltpiitlon or aervo trouble. Tbu Uilters linoro
U iik-uI add zeal to It.
IUaiuoiKl Cut Diamond.
A New York rojuo ruupht a Clilna
mau iibleep In a hallway and ntolo hia
outer garments. Thcsu ho donnod and
perambulated Mott street, tho Chinese
quarter. One of tho celestials pro
tended to bo deeelvoJ and led tho
Bhara Chinaman to an opium joint,
wboro ho was despoiled of all ho pou
lebhed and badly beaten.
Thut Joyful l'l-ellnic
With the exhllaratins nenHe of renewed
health and strength and Internal clean
linens which follows the uce of Kyrup
of FIR8 Is unknown to the few who
have not proKreased beyond the old tlma
medicines and the cheap gubntltutca
Bometlmes offered but never uecepted by
the well Informed.
lilt It or lu I A ruin mi.
Novice On what theme would flib
blor's Majazlna most likely accept an
lion 'llicro - On tho relative strength
of tho different baklnc powders.-
If the Unity in Cutting Trnth.
Be nr iiduw tl.ati.M mid well trleit remedy, Una
Vi.j(.ow' SooTilisa Svutf fur ClilMiin Tvulliluic-
As th flower In bofu'e tbu fruit, ao U
faith Lolore good works.
Co' iongh IlnUam
I th nttlwit ami imU Ii will lirrak 1111 enld niilel
tr Ibiiu auytliiuK elf.f. It It itlwiu ri lljljle. 1 1 il
We enn do morcirood hv t eiu cood than
In any other way. Hill.
'I have trlfil I'ltrkcr'n (iliiRt-r Tonlo
ml Im-Mci c In ll. iiyi iin.lh'-r, u.i.l m will jctn
wlitu (umlllur Willi In rcvlululiitf prpi.'rlti'.
What dentin v sends, hear ! Whoever tior-
evorctf will Lecrowue t.- Herder.
Iimt liotr It (lor tt Is not the fiUMtlon.
Il In enough in knot thai lliri.l. rfi.rut utr oik ibn
curu. and a very iilem-inij relief tiuoo, mdrugulti
Witiilom and gooUucmi to tho vile seem
Plso's (ture cure I nie of a Throat and
T.ung trouble of three year's stand inc.
K. Cauv, Uiiiitiiizton, lint., ov. 13, IH'M.
Kockon nnv inattor of trial to thee aiiic-ii?
thy gains. T, Admit.
lAllUUBV A sore spot, preen,
black, or blue, is a
f SPIITS ST. JACnRS
4 out. ITISMACICAL.
The great success of the chocolate preparations of
the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established
in 1780) has led
cf their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter
Baker b. Co. are the oldest and largest manu
facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are
used in their manufactuies.
Consumers should ask for, and be sure that
they get, the genuine WalUr Oaker & Co.'s goods.
WALTUR I5AKIIR & CO., Limited,
r I j. ; i i
The ,in of thU borrowing ii thlnn-i; the rcMjlt, r.rrv
wa t' "i)ti nc il fat t t rj t!tt? 11'nul m hialtli unless 501
want t be witli no r ere ffrce live fruity Itan 1 1' r.i' ttth.
Si uii'i I'mci bN of lirr Oil h iiiHie than a mriliJne.
ii a i 1. "l'!w 1 1 H'j-!usp!titi- male it a nerve f,nJ, tii..
i utt' .ii near in rlvvtiua a ioh1 thi;i ever ci'ine in t!;ii
S'Utt & Uu tic, Nv'W York.
Tower. - - Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Caught tho Thief.
In courso of transit between New
York and Now Orleans a packet of
paper money had bren opened and Its
contents considerably reducod. Two
of tho seals had been broken and on
had been resealed by thumb pressure.
Mr. Carvulho, an expert in matters cf
liiontineauon, endeavored to find out
tho thief, and with this view obtained
wax improssion.1 of tho thumbs of all
tho officials of tho express company
throuph whose hands tho packet was
known to havo passed. The impres
sions were photographed and en
larged, and one of them olearly agreed
with an enlarged photograph of the
tliumb-improssod seal. Tho thiof was
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that h
ts the senior partner of tho firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business In th
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, nnd that said ttrm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
he cured by the use nf Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FKANK J. CHF.NBY.
Sworn to before mo and sinscrlbed la
my presence this 6H1 day of December,
A. D. 18S6. A. W. OLEASON.
(Heal.) Notary Publle.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken Internal
ly and act directly on tho blood and
mucous surfaces ot tin system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHHNISY CO., Toledo, O. '
Pold by druRfrlrits; 7ic,
Hall's Fumlly Pills, lie. .
Mayor nark of Warrensburg. Mo.,
fias signed tho anti-elgarettu ordin
ance, but vetoed that providing for a
curfew ou constitutional grounds.
. FITS -All Kit. atoptwil f ret. I.j- Dr. K llne'n flre.t
fSurtu IteMiiri-r. So KitMUW tim IM.l.iav, u.
Jl iii veli.ui. til Trcii 1 Ihi hi.. I i nil boi i .i fee.. ( ,
llll. emit, bind to J;r. Kiiui.,ttll Aix-lisi., I'liili.., I'l..
Necessity refi.riu:( the noor ami !
tho rich. TncitiiH.
"Hanson's Rlag-le Corn Balrs."
Wiirrniifcil to eut-a ur ti.t.m.tr iarn,.,i..i a.i.
r,i4tiat fur It. I'ik'e it ,-piiu.
Musio viishes nwnv from the soul the
dutitof every-day lite. Atiorhacb.
The Greatest fledical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, CF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in rme of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a commun Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and nev er failed except iu two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certiticates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benetit is always experienced from
the first bottle, and. a perfect cure is war
ranted when the rilit quantity is taken.
When the lungs are alfected it causes
shooting ra'"is. lis needles passing
through them; the same witli the Liver
or Bowels. This is caused by the ducts
being stopped, and always disappears in a
week after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomacli is fnul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first
No change ot diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get. and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
Omaha STOVE REPAIR Works
Rlnve r p .! for Ill.ltl'O dlflVren stovo
nil ruii.. 1 ieoi D.micIm k(., UatKkm, Nh
BON CS2 m nnnsnaf
to the placing on the market
and unscrupulous imitations
If you have liorrowed from
health to satisfy thedrmantli
of business, if your Uovd it
not (jetting that constant
supply of fat from your food
it sliuu!i have, you mint
imv b.uk frtuu f.umt wht r-.
i" mh whore will t .
ihf fat stoml u;i i.i
I (OVA V.
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