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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1881)
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M. L. THOMAS, Publisher.
"THE WIDOW'S MITE."
A widow she had onljrone,
A iun3 and decrepit son;
Hut. d.ty nnJ nisht,
Thnuch frctrul oft. and weak nnd small,
A loving; child, ho was her all
The widow's mite
The widow's mite ay. so sustained.
ho battled onwnrd, nor complsilw".
Thmiifh friends were fewer:
And while slie toll'd for dnllr fnro
A lltllo crutch upon iho stair
Was music to her.
J mw bcr then and npw I sco
That, though rcljrnftu und enccrruk sno
Hus sorrowed much:
Fhe hus: Ho jravo It tenderly
Much ralth; and. carefully laid by,
A llUIo crutch. ,,.,,.
The busineaV of.' 'the Department of
the Interior ftijjarried on in an immeaso
edifice that wattut roanu aquaurangic,
and occupies two. whole squares, half
way between the Capitol and the White
House. It is in the Doric style; and al
though it is injured by the close prox
imity of the graceful Corinthian Post
oflicc, just across the street, it is very
.1 : ...! s. t. -l...lt.il.i
imposing, nmi' is wuiu iu uu uunvuuuijr
perfect in dimension and proportion.
The main poftico.of double rows of col
umns is a copy, of the Parthenon at
Athens, although the Athenians would
never have set such a magnificent ob
ject on tbe'Side-jof-"the street. - ..
Inside, ohomccts stone. 8tairwa'8,
long comdors and groined nnd vaulted
ceilings SiphicIdOiy mTgb"ty- piers; but
one is not apj, loJinger in jiny of the.
comfortable rooms where the clerks ex
amine andVgrant' and rescind patents,
but rather ffurries to the grand museum,
which occupies-tho four huge halls of
the second floor; encircling the build
ing, and filled jwitli, great glass eases,
holding more than a hundred and fifty
thousand models ? '- - 'i .
These halarq- also superb rooms,
loft', Jrag"and wide, some witli paneled
ccilinir and 'others with arches upheld
by massive'pHlars,, the south hall being
the most, attractive, finished in Pom-
peiian colors, the columns, dresseduin
very deep shade's, of blue, seeming tobo
cut from blocks of lnpis-lazuli, and sup
jortingr arches 'of black-And dull red.
On cithor side of .the hall, stand cases
tilled to the top with motlcls'bf many of
our inventions since tfic" great lire of
38'iG, which destroyed tho earlier mod
els, and above there are galleries equal
ly fulL -
The Pompeiian hall has something of
the air .of a. hall dressed J or legerde
main, and if. you pause to think, you
will note". a 'strange wizardry at work
there. You linger before. a little printing-press,
and as'if magfeal clouds rose
and shut out the woric-day world, the
skies of Greece aro overhead, nnd. tho
Ancient searching , for his lcvor, with
which to move the world, .passes "down
tho room, and lingers with, you; for
surely he has found the lever, and 'sure
ly the world has been movedwitb it,
the boundaries of empires, broken up,'
kings discrowned, republics" ruined.
Go farther: a case of toys, harmless
trifles enough., arrests you caution a.;
linger long, batteries the size or a lady s
spool-stand, but the' reduced wodcls of.
death-dealing engines, whose power of
wholesale skuighier may.ouq day revo
lutionize the codes' of Nations, and
abolish warfare. -In anothor case you
observe only a, lump of .coal, a vial of
pitch, a flask of oil; and the necroman
cer of the placo has dipped his rod
down into the central iarkness of tho
earth and drawn up light like tho da3's..
Yet beyond; an iron stirrup and a
slender spur, and the sowing-girl has
but to set her foot there, and escape the
shapes that dog her. Not faraway,
ajrain, we remember the oriental majri-
cian, who as often as the Kiujr cut off
his head, grew another "n its place! as
wo see the machinery for a feat almost
:is wonderful in the' exact anatomy of
steel springs .and 'leather ligaments
made to lit upon'the very nerves of vo
lition themselves, till the halt walk,. and
tho mainicd are made .whole. In this
snot is the jar into which tho fisherman
shut the afritc; in that are the great
genii who gather in a harvest; and in
Mill another thero lies a tiny thing an
swering 3'our touch with no louder
noise than a buzz and a click, but its
whisper can be heard from end to end
of the land, and it runs boncathT'tne
roar of ocean to carry the voice of one
world to another.
lut other things than tho.se of this
sort of enehautmc.nt are to be found in
this hall. There are a number of his
torical relics, of valuc. There are some
articlcsmcc belonging to Lafayqtto,
clotheTOra by General Jackson, the
gloves of President Lincoln, tho Kiddle
of Uaron" de-Kalb, and other saddles
with housings, embroidered with jew
els, the gift of tho Imaum of Muscat:
Sabers, tine as- tho blado of Saladin,
given by AH' Pacha to some of .bur
officers; a gmTsentrto Jefferson bythV
Emperor of Morocco; carpots'of extra
ordinary thickness and beauty, also
prcscntedo members of our Govern
ment by other "Eastern potentates; "who
have seemed to vie with each othcrln
offerlng'the ' kindncssbf the "Orient" to
the Occident; but ..which, with other
articles as officials in the National
employ are .not allowed to receive, gifts
from foreign princes have been depos
ited hero. Here, too, in another case.
is tne original cony of tho Declaration
of Independence very much faded,
though, liy long exposure to the light,
and with the sacred autographs- upon
it, with all they tell of the writers, and
of their intrepidity in taking their lives
in their hands as they took up the
pen. .It is so fast disappearing that
one .wonders-it should not be preserved
in tGe darkest archives of tho State
Dcparlment!In tho same case, and in
a neighboring one, are numberless rel
ics ot Geprge and Martha Wash
ington. There are his commission
of ICommandcr-irf-Chief, his swprd,
his -cane,1 and more than 'one
suit of his clothes, which you wonder
liowho ever got Into. There aro odd
pieces of furniture used by tho Gcnoral
in the courseof his Jifn; a secretary a
smalt mirror, tea board, tables, chairs,
andirons, bed curtains, worked in tam
bour by his wife, somo candelabjajthe
remainder of asetrof china'presentcd
him by tho. Society of the .Cincinnati.
There is, his coat-of-armcwith blazons
and quarterfngs thaJptelLot tho Wash
ington connection with 'such lives as
those of Malcom,- King orVtjie Scots, the
Duke of Clarence. andthe Earls of
Huntingdon, -March, Monmouth 'and
Salisbury. CThere, too," is his qdmp
equipage, his sleeping tent, and anoth
er tent and tent poles, under which he
has lain oiuvhat nights 'of stornnand
trouble! m There are his compass and
little treasure, chest and hits camp chest
very different from thecamp chest of
any modern general with its half
dozen pewter plates and platters, its
rude gridiron and salt and pepper
boxes, its primitive knives and two
pronged forks, that, as some one has
said, may more than once have wound
ed the august tongue and lips when
used at some hasty meal under forest
boughs, while the .stars retreated before
the blaze of the camp fire. Among all
these interesting and wonderful, and
often almost holy things, the youno'
traveler, but not the old one, will be
amazed to sea the presence of a picket
, guard of spittoons, with a pririted- re
quest over them that they shall be used
instead of the marble floors.
It would .take -too long to enumerate
the multitude of historical relics here
shot- away from the touch, but left
open to the "eye. To exaMhe them
with any thoroughness would require
days rather than a mere rarublo round
the ball. A iifctf me.iudf.wouldjiardly
bo long" cnouglTto' explore the cases in
the galleries of models, each of which
represents manv times tho labors and
liopes of a life. " Some of these models
resemble toys; and we have seen young
children oxprws enthusiastic admira
tion of the perfect little cooking-stove
and set of furniture, or of the steam
engine and cannon which they could
have carried homo with ease, but which
arc the miniature counterparts of the
engine that hurls the great ship tri
umphantly against-thc ocean tempests,
and of that which whirls red hot mes
sengers of desolation from one scorched
horizon to another. Upon others, such
as the monstrous sowers and reapers
and mowers, one cannot look without
a patriotic pride. In fact, the whole
building, with its contcntsris a'source
of this pride, for there is nothing like
it in the world, nnd no other such col
lection of the evidences of utilitarian
and practical thought and method.
Shut up in these cases is a great part
of the work of the brain of the country;
of its stnijurles and hopes and cruel dis-
ointmcnic and lucky tnumpns.
erv lew ol tne cxinoiiors tuaueu
citlier in fully accomplishing the entcr-
Erlsc on which they have set their
carts, or in winning fortunes.
Often the way in which the inventors
of these models would accomplish their
i-nils is too comnlicatcd to be practical,
or some more skillful and dishonorable
person seizes 'the Idea on which the
originators have spent the best part of
their lives, and works it out success
fully; or else the .public fail to appre
ciate fhe invention before tho years of
the natcnt'sjife expire, aad then they
reap nothing 'from the harvestl' ---'-It
is the.stnall inventions which pay
Hie best, as a ircneral thing, and espe
cially new toys. , Tbcj.atent of a,ccr- I
'tiiin toyas4b:id.bjjforc ItaswaekT
old lorricn 'Uiwisanamqnara, siajuw
purciuLser made' a-naridsonic ortnrie;
the pa'tentce immediately jwttiug him;
self at work on nnothpr-f . t- V'
Occasionally inventor!, i'hp ;eoraoj
hero to obbiin natents. in lookinjr over
the models, see so many that they couldl
!...5... ..mmC r.nf rnmrncf n nit -f linn Q I
to themselves, that their brains arc
c:uirht iu a whirl of confusion and
novelty, and they become temporarily
insane, and have to be taken care of till
Literally, the word " patent" is part
of the phrase letters patent." This
means an open letter from King or Gov
ernment, with the seal attached, giving
the inventor exclusive right to manu
facture or sell the article thus patented,
and the last word of the phrase has now
conic to stand for the grant of that
in England, patents are granted to all
who appfyfor them,--and the rightful
ownership is settled afterwards by
means of lawsuits. "Here, however, we
ecttle the rightful ownership nnd the
noveltj'of the1 invention before grant- J
mg the patent at an, anu so avoui as
much lawsuit as possible.
Of course we think pur own syslcm
much the best. Every invt-iitor, by the
way, paws a fee, and by means of these
fees the Patent Office is said to support
itself, and to cost the Government noth
ing. A ffood part of the building was
erected from the accumulation of these
fce3. which are always more than the
It is a superb thing to 'have done from
the first profits "of intelligence; 'ami if
the Capitol may be stylcd'thc temple of
our liberty, this majestic pile is certain
ly the temple of the practical intellect
of the country. Harriet I'rescott Spqf
ford, in 1'ouUCs Companion.
Some Curious Facts Abont Shoemakers
At a recent meeting in Chicago Mr.
T. J. Morgan gave a sketch of somb of
tho ' insights" in shocmaking. Tho
number of persons, he stated, employed;
in this occupation in Chicago u about
2,800, including thoso employed in tho
700 stores and small shops.' About
1,500 persons are employed in largo
factories, where the work is performed
on the top lloors with imperfect, and
in most cases no ventilation 'whatever,
and with no means qfcscape iu caso
of fire except a single narrow3 stairway
or elevator. Tho wages paid do not
average ono dollar for the whole year
of three hundred and sixty-live days.
Female and child labor is largely-employed
in this occupation, amounting to
at least one-fourth of 'all persons em
ployed, and there is :u constantly in
creasing demand for this kind of. cheap
labor. No apprentices aro needed or
taken. Tho subdivisions of labor tie
stroyed the demand for .skill that to--quires
long study and-prabteefsT4ib-wonderfnl
machinery- in shoemaking
has divided the making ot a shoe into
sixty-four parts, and the shoemaker
to-day is only the sixtv-fourthpar
a whole shoemaker, lasislfownby thS"-'
following specialties or distinct branch
es of shocmaking at which a man,
woman or child is'cpristntltly kept at
work: Binders, blaekers, boot-liners,
beaters-out, boot-turners, bottomers,
bdtlers, burnishers, channelers; countcri
makers, crimpers, cutters, dressers,
edgesetters, cyelcttcrs, finishers, heel
ers, lasters," lendlers, machinepeggers,
McKay stitchers, nallcrsfptfckgrs, pasf-i
ers, ptggersrcssersrpsotto tnakers
siders. sanTl-paperers, shiners7 stitch
ers, stringers, trcers, trimmers, welt
ers, blockers, buttonhole makers.
clampers, clinchers, closers, corders,-'
embossers, gluers, inner-sole makers,
laccrs, latter assortcrs, riveters, solers,
seam rubbers, shank pressors, shavers,
slipper-liners, -sole 'leather quttcrs,rsole
quilters, stampers, "stlftbncrs, stock lit
ters, toggers, tipmakcrs, turners, vamp-
crs, etc,, au noitum.
sioic. tnoi many years ago everysnee
makcr was. or could be, his own em
ployer. Tho boots and shoes then
passed directly from-, tho (producer U,
the corisnmer, but the'' factory anil'
this out To start tho manufacturing
with any chance of succuS3.xenae""rw
capital of froniJ5v00(lq&i-
letition is intonse'in thTgslwsmeSs.-'jjBd's
the factericsDUokeirwitir tteAarg'
u.i v-n.,i.;fiiK,'ii3.a.:j!L, I
FernauO Vfod!a. Jste Ofr HcnrCl
fTrnrr Cl.iv f rink a fnnnv tr fWnMmfrr
" . . "
Z.Jm-'Zi sv5 rti ', -TJK
men, jwbikijfrthatife roarcuaif;
of expef reaoe to do'the wbrk'witKca?'
apparent ejase. '.Oh, oio,," Jlr. jVoqd
Tri'iirA a'ninrl 'f
.- 1 ""
mnv wm ws-M -
-vt sk :.v
WMf - . i
harts vna had beiAar.lrv.11
tho TOWMr ConxressTBaH sat'de-rTe
took, a knife an'd'aierf of tobaccwluad V
u "- z.i.-?zz.At va--
th wAll-isu-t tn tht iAmkv
SonntnJ'- - . iTh'-1z'- "
jiay was 'ana-Ma
come a skilHuLcii?iar-:
. ".- :r, . , rawu
T9Jjm. X12U1. DHTL-
chblera&easoh. wkatfj 'kt tbeA tobacco.
traded The opiecper staredsiwitlC
i:ut on.- tuj ,rui.zn
Clay s expense, n - 4 w,
Prof. B. A. Proctor is lecturing ia
rcpneu, ''jnraewiy.ept ona-pjefleoir rg
their hanflsYJSir wraD it un. and thet
wbolort3nfrfcaiiLe Any.berson can
"KMlag- a the RaH."
Whvls it that men get wWeHrwM
ish the moment thev get into a ratiroau
car? See bow the lordly creature
spreads himself. sJIe turns over a scat,
places lifiifccU ipmfortably iu one
comer,- 8')no ncwipapera beside him,
puts his feet on the opposite corner,
and the valise beside his feet four
scats ta'-ccn up, whjle only one fare ha
n.Pf.-.,L . ...,. ,n, . .
1 uo IiKC to sirr inisaetusn annual up.
I saw him. thus ensconced in a i'
crowded Great Western Kailroad car on
the evening train that was to leavo in a
few moroentstfor the all night ride to
the "liridge." He was comfortable
and his hat was down over his eyes so
that he could sec no hinu to the' effect
tliat a scat was wanted, and so he could
pretend'he-waa-tudtMMfeowwi -.m m,
A woman with a fretful child in
arms looked wistfully at the seats, but
pacd on, as the occupant faintly
snored. She went into the next car,
which was even more crowded.
I wa? looking for a friend who was
going out on that train, hail found him,
shook lianil3, and was passing back
through the cars when 1 came across
this sleeping beauty. It wa too good
a chance to be missed.
" Can I have this seat, sir?"
No answer. He was asleep.
"Would you alloiv me to sit here,
The jrcntle snoring continued. , v
I put the valise under the seat aj! AtT
I0 11 in its pinco. r.-
" What are you doing 7rith that
"Oh," - &ti'i.?riistii$fy, t'l' ftJ.
"I guc.S3 you. will find plenty of other
aus;in.luecar,i'ttnswereu nc, gruui-.
taking tin the valise, placing it ucsido
.. -..- -..- "-i .. J
ftet stiirjp-fejfrJKNtc &&()&)&,
aiinsellrkiTxicSose'iioj;' jUt&pyiMg ly.
..' . "-jt '.. 2-f .. J AV. 'iti-i ir i
.rfiaJ woavui .witk tUuxfretiBl
coms i) v: i ;? ? , j?
-. - .- j .. -' -'- ''--
Madfhn.nvilFW taVeHTiis cat?"
"Oh, Vwnvery uiuofcoblig.L Jmt
I'm afr.iia you wilbbavot tuAtautl. iqi;,
"Not at all," and so bIic gratefully
You seo I have all the gratitude,
while the other fellow might just as well
have had it.
1 again turn m3' attention to him.
" Would you kindly put down your
feet sir. I wish to sit here."
" Why in tho why couldn't you
stay where you were. Seems to me
you're mighty ofheious."
"No doubt, but would you please re
move those feet. Ah, thank you, sir,
you see the car is very crowded."
nl, rrn in "
We will assume that 'lie YiliTTlHJ
Another woman witty a bakct is gaz
ing helplessly around and she looks as
if she ihight'help my neighborwith the
fretul babj'. if tho poor little thing gets
cross during the long night journey, so
I sav: "Would .vou'iiko this "seat
ma'am?" l . .- .'
I "Ot ever so much more thanks, and
am Rioted on by thoso around as a sort
of philanthropist,, whilo. the ovomau
witli'the basket squeezes jns past tho
sleeping Juan anu sits uown wiicro ins
, " Ls tholittlq.babsiok, nia1m,',,y
'thelJaskc'womnn'- J ' -- ''
"No. She's irightqned at the noise,
and is not used with being out at night."
Ihcre. I knew those women would
strike up a friendship, on, thcbasis,of.
inat uaoy in an insianu
"I am afraid I shall havo; to trouble
yon to.movo that; vaiiieT-sirl"
"-Tho valise is all riglit whern it is."
" 1 would very much like to sit there."
"Well you can't; these scats aro paid
"Both of them?"
'I know- that this is not true, but I
can't make, him show his tickets.
"Ilwillwait here till, the conductor
comesj andll yoHaT thoTright to the
two seats, aH righfc" ;
Bythis time he wasf sitting bolt up
right, ami was very niad. I seized tho
opportunity to seize thd' valise and
place it on the floor, sitting down beside
-Now .ho ts mad. t
'Pu'tthat valise whero it was," ho
demand, thoroughly awake.
"I will, the moment you show me
J. your other ticket" .
"Put that valise back, or I'll chuck
you out of tlrfs car if it costs mc$100."
And tho trouble-was ho was quite ablo
to,do it Tho two frightened women
opposite both offered to give up their
scats1, asfilio angry man cried:
"Now lor the last time, I tell you, to
At tuJ moiaent a big burly liunber-
,ma ttj"-Saglndw egSA' Jtng
: - . - . k rt--ttiV. ?i2 A.J iL'JSS.i!
sago. "nnil youtake- mysoat? I
"Oh, bless you, no; Pll sit hero on
the wood-box, I don't.T " ."". T
'That's all right,
tliis train and you aro welcome to tho
'.w ' "V "
And with hearty thanks tho broad
shouldered lumberman crushed down in
k. '. rw Arf,- ."!i a.- .M. n. rr'.-., i
- Jin inwmHivii tt novu. rii . ., --
"Good-by, Chawley," said I, hnrried
ly. "This is my depot, I get off here,
and 1 beg of you, as a special favor,
'not toetiuck out my friend, the lumber
Ho didn't. Luke SAarj, in Detroit
tered on tho banks of tho Potomac, has
not availed itself to any .-great extent of
tat popular inelhod oLiniprovement so
successful y,anppted by Ghitmrt
isostou the ineinoQTorMrniiiWJrSWlW
is has been more a reflection of
udo of other cen-
traders who suDnlE-tJ
wf ts of
thcatioB mMMc h
easnsAA city witfiou.tr;
sp iwuliTwifff Fonsea orlikbins
w ' thkpeciMifc t
aa davotw Heeli. Unto-
- plethe oat thedilfer
, flaon Y)U Yt yoSmay love, the
particulf: big local capital where you
live ana do business, bnt you approach
Tf litennf ffrvnm na ntnap AmnnAiTa 1
tKks-ow?-JtAprnigroM EwmeutnWfa Tnh
Ibis yeanling of towns, so carefully Tos- on;
JUS JK:fcluHH Hl.
. JPIWfcPlHIWPt P'iVV.V-tlV4a -t
- Ttbjhe vjapltsi to sewnairrr-iB nku; jj
aiaair a&lhcmvMtve IMv sowasoEuca
3 4iikbliSi4tAfiEdJiftw Wask-
' - - - - ---.-.- .t vt-ir
'mz :nvujn nBi.iiiiiiv dbjiidb.ibu jiiumt
Ata-1.1, . n TMA.L. .n-A
i 't I 7T.j'imi-T3i liAf Km
clerks. tm-growiMrOtrcB dUftmir
m ipc "JBP
TV AZLLHB HHBD
&ITA1 difi-oncsr& i
Washington with a sense of its being
a uimlhtn(r ninniint snil nnrol with
vourself in a mako-bclicrc attachmen
having all the stimulus and none of the
drawbacks of steady devotion. He
sides, it is a city provided with
Msurht53tA Tkero-Me CoucrwM and t
Capitol i" there arejjloui. Vcrijon and
KalorarM, wacre direitfthc author of
tke "Cbiurabiad.4i niifoundf'convio-
tio. of jbU errand t4 tneAmefcajLcpio
cstsingle arch in the world! Arlington.
nfMr 511111 i ,&mn..innn itnnrrn ini inTir.
Willi its earlier historic ami later war
memories; Georgetown, with its ob-i
ecrvatory.it college and its cuayenty
besides all thtec. the Corcoran Art Gal
lery, the Smithsonian Institution; the
curiosities of the- Patent . Oflice. the
' in,,,;....,!.,,!.., i wr.uJ
rreasurvwrtaiu hundrctB r6om.i,J
peer into the busy WuTecILs of thet'cSSwl 'CZrZtfttm&Tcsffar&r
Government while they aro-ialuU
tivity. (jcorgcTR LaLhrop, in Harper's
Ecal Xace fly Machinery.
Both'fahiouab!c and unfashloDablt
circles must feel a certain interest in
the 'announcement that a French in
ventor has stict'eededLirr raakiag real
lace by machinery. Just what the real
significance of this invention, is we
cannot say: We hadsuppossd thatrval
lace wa. already nlade bymacbiner
for the most of that which goe bv the
name of real lace, is the product of del-L'
icate looms, and not of tired fingers;!
but Mrs. Pallisser, an zuithority on lids
subject; has given us to understand that
"the most finished productions of, the
frame never possess the touch,' the fin
ish or the beauty of the laces made bv
hand." Perhaps the machine may at-j
tain to. an approximate pcrteqtion ol
accomplishment that, according to nop-
uilar standards, will bb superior to the
nod-woren article; mil connoissenre
'1H never regard it with the. same de
gree of critical enthusiasm that Is ex
cited wlt'en they contemplate the beau
tiful products "of the darkened room,
into which are woven the' lives of the
kworkur.1. There will alwai's Jbe a. dif
ference between tho automaton.and the
person. A ilrcss uiade of point ifAlcn
con, the ' j)rodtiction of liaycii.t,'-"' con-'
sistihg of two llounces'.'Und trim-
was cxhinitcd at the l'ar
Exp(sition of 18(J7 the price of "whicli
was S.'i.OOO franco,' and forty women
were employed seven year" in
the manufacture of this triuuipb
oi art. A music-.box frcs.li irom the.
maker s hand n"iay bo guilty of fewer
technical errors than a great master ot
itic piano, but it can never be made so
interesting and thrilling as the perform
er's offort. So far as laco making is au.
art, the' hand-made fabric? miist c'cf
. be, beyond comparison vdth the sleek
and dauity produotH that leave the loom
representing mathematical precision in
all their parts. The machine may "sat
isfy the conditions of conventionalism
and exactness better! han the hand and.
eye of the person, but iutbat yery per
fection it betraj's itself. Tho holders
of laces, 3'cllpw' and old, need liavo'no
apprehension. Science- or invention
cannot menace their treasures with
cheap competition. 'J'hoy will - bo per
mitted to pay the old prices for hand
made work, and girls will grow to
women nol old ones, for they weave
their lives into their'work drawingout
und passing tho threads through .the
weary shuttle, into blindness, into sal-iqwncss-of
complexions, flabhincss of
"tissue and weakness of heart and lung,
and will pven beg the privilege of doing
iU The luster -of girlhood, the,, hopes
sind the health of youth all pas3 info the
hand-mado laces. Those are rare gems
for tho adornment of beauty, and no
machine will pver be able to funiL-h
them; so real lace will continue to hold
its own. Boston Post.
It was at the Buffalo, Pittsburgh .&
Western depot, a day or two ago. One
of the ninny people waitingfor tho train
was a huge, broad-shouldered, buhy
haired, roughly-dressed . man, with his
breeches tucked in his boots. He looked
a genuine backwoodsman, and his look's
did not bebe him, as it was afterwards
Icaraedthat ho is engaged in lumbering
back in vthe woodst somewhere .1'bis.
son of oak, like too many weak mortals,
had riot heeded the exhortation to
"Look not upon 'the wine when it &
red, whon.it give th.its color in tho cup;
when it mnvctb itsolf aright," and was,
in that delectable condition known sis
" half seas over." "He was by no means
disgracefully drunk, bnt only slightly
cxhilaratoil in his emotions. There was
really nothing iu this common occur
rence worthy of nolo, and the woodman
attracted little attention until 'he was"
discovered enthusiastically hugging a
pro'tty; well-dressed woman whostood,
in front of the dopot ,. This put. a .new.
aspect on matters, nnd 'tfic chivalrous
louiigers'in tho depot arid rtclghboring
pubs rushed to the sceno, bat nesitited
. uisircsscu mm iuvuiv wuniaii, unu
that discretion,1 which- 'ShakcspcaTO
tenia thb better part .of" v:doraad-
wnicu tuiiuonisu vii-imuui.ihni un.uiiuuuiia
ter; with the mucuar, rustic mightJio a.l
dangerous undertaking. The difriculty
was soon solved by theexplanation'ttiat
the lady was tbe4iMnberraau:s wltp, ead
the wouIdboneroQSf, retired, . rocpgni;
ing a,man's privifegojo cxhibithis.con
iugaTaffection cvcn-insoHublfd a place5
as a railroad platform. Tilusville (i1a--)if!Tigoroit.s c ou't-'dwrxefciie, , began al
Herald. . r jl ; . -. oiujcVlie61inj'iirvyloan
fifteen Montlis h oJjTtticc. . .
When-the. asylum was opened. at-Mil
ton ono of the first patientlo be moved I
fromTtshcftbn was 'a, pauper lunatic 1
I nowgtvcs'.ne nauieoi- j-unuons.
oaglrthis isnot tbo .Baroe be rbeaJra
thaljookspf the iustitutiou. K Jio-was
then suffering frppi , catalepsy, from-
watch no" agency, not even tho most
stringent form - or galvanism
him,'.and m th-.wortts
wasjn,; ; inanimate
5iT.whpsc; organs perorme3,.Uicir
aimearancos'Waa.ln-a: trhace. -He'ha
bocai M ,lerfiwUtu fforofifta.
: -i ' rr n
his timeocen ma
nir'mdsY oF hts'fnnetanaihg'' againsf
waU'witii his kapdhakjMrurdly at
joitable to open moutu, or eyes, and. to.
Reed him itiaa. been fbnnd neressarylo
av hirnTwnMiB -bacSwhen sustenance
iias been anoitica Dycjs&eans-Diamii;
Hearing of 1km4mmKy ease, a
S?,f.lSV'?S?,u,tf &2tt "t&-VKi-
imsV-orhrs limbs, Irid afl;Kg' .
fcMveT!JhLru3c!c3. 6nci'one alf Kis' "
Soon-asne recoTcreu speecu ucmaue
ftjarl.. tsawjfacjfc3fcjr 9JTffir.!)
'Begging, as a profession, pays,
fereVia fEngland.bere fb is rnblfca:
5At:tfce .Sarrey 6eeaioBs rcceiiAlyjC'aM
Hejnade, on aa, averaae, S6, per day.
bpsldes namg frVni-fl to v 850 for1
liotHr.jT Hehad been-c8lrfrite6:-iity
t&BCS.keibce of beflnartaadei tkk1r
.easaoo. wa&sentenced;forrone year.-wUhJ
xweni.y5Lru.e3ui. me xiiruu itju.
bnilorer Stanleyhas, beenTieard.
rom-ThB French traVbler SirorV-
irom.- The French traveler SaVorg-
nude Brazza saw hini in Vivi last Ko-'
vwnber. He was wUt that time, and
said that he expected tobe in the wil-
derness until some tiise in 1883.
state orcdma, spena-'
How la Slrc p.
U)fc3JUJSdljrf,tiU.tjJa a !
rccenx lecture on ta juojrct m "tp i
anu iu Dcraoscmcnu, ' Mid that sleep
was a subject o( much greater trapor-
tan' tbaofewas gcncralir accorded it.
paired ono-tbinl ot
without eTcr noafly
clf S3 to what it rij or
hen it wa1
for him. SIcfri
the brarn but whaViad
Tn .' liV.4WW- '
the brain when the owcr
Several theoretical oln-
tionsttbu prob'em had been advanced.
One thcon wa that the brain actually
woreJtself ont to a certain extent lot
ccrtaat Jluid wafcft -fcecW coarBrtn4
into acidi and produced a tott of namb-
ocs to the brain. Another theory ,
tfiatJwbti-lect)iuie tif lao .Ltain iiV
Us UUPlr Of blood, and from thai cau
with dIokhI wLca ,i action, Jn otq,cx
wonb. wbenh pcrfcti cca'?er'-thmk'-
tee brain ot that jrwn cvei to be
supplied with blood, and lcv wathe
r,esa3t TJic lecturer, bebeved that the
-brain became worn and irritatod by tt
jatas a mnscle dfd; that th'u Irrita'ion
acted upon a mji ot ncrre.tiburn lra-hnj;
to tho bMO.'of the lain, whtcii. in turn,
acted; upor a cell mwcnanisru through
which tho brain was putiplieil whh
blood", thereby catling off tho-iupplv of
iilootl and prodncing. xhatwai csdlcil
"acniia,"or,kp. JJpilcjvH n
only a sudden and-riolvul form of
anenra. "Famtinjr (iu were catt-l by
he heart re'ulng act vlgoroatJy
eBOtighJo supply ihu. brain .'WtikfuiU
cieut' blood to keep up confCJOiUMic-''.
rt being the case, then, that wakeful
ness waVcanscoV by tho brain being sub
nlietl with b!ood."WoT eonM often be
prtitluced by-prJiing upon tbo arteries
at the liack
jl ol tliu nuclei iirougn wuicu.
the brain received its supply. Some
pbople'corildslwep while Vttihg tip and
not whilo lying down. Tim rcaii for
thi could be found iu ,tho, fact that the
blood found it, way to the brain easier
In the latter instance. When a person
awakened Ih'tlic'm'ddlo of llw niirhtand
I oould aot getto ak-op. again, that per
son should, get up,airu:tnPj ana, con
sequent firt-ulatipn,upon "the outer
Ftirface (f.tho boify' bytrieans- of a l5li
brtwb. and .-hoofd'ittr? about tho. room
fir 1 u.hilV mitt iMtUtr Ul llui ulllnM'Ji
.w. ....... ..--..,. .---. -rrr- -,' ,'
Uclore riJtinng again., au oi mis wouni
nave a .icnucncy io iliV" u,u "'"'"
froBi the bndn. 'Slcep?efes wm
caused- byoxc4ting the mind in some
way by rcadiog .an exciting story just
bcf'oru".rytirjng. by drinking tea or cof
fee, or some other siltmil9nf. Sleop-Jestness-
was also caused lr a ptrsbn
retiring with tho lowor'. uxiremUiw
coldrujd tho head aniJt upper portion
of the body warm, tVius allowing tho
'b'rain too much blood, and; therefore.
uuduo' excitation.- -A hot foot-bath
would 'ovorcume litis ydillieulty by re
storing the equilibrium of, tl;e uervptis
systoni as rogulafed b the IftoOd. An
Wcdmgly'irritanlu "bralh should bo
overcome' WJ-Tsleep by(heUsoof chloral
or somo .of. tho- bromides, to duadm, tho
ncrvo 'sensibilities. The bromides were
ttio best remedy, .because they were
harmless anil not likely to create a hab
it of "being- regularlv taken, which .was
Lnnt tho-enso with opium or juorpliine
this wav it -would surely becomo do-
ranged, to, n, greater or leas degree.
Dreamy wero explained in this way:
The brain was divided into distinct ter
ritories, each with its canal for blood
supply entirely separated front tho, oth
er. It w:is possible for ono or more of
these canals 'to become open, and at
onco tho territory or territories of tho
brain to; which the blood was allowed
access commenced tp act. The other
territories wero in an anemic stale, or
Dr. Jowcll at this juncture expressed
himself ready to answer any o.ue-ition
pertinent to 4ho subject which might
be put to him, and several were straight
way, askod frohf different parts of tho
hall. Ho answered "No" to the ques
tion!! -"Is it uuhealthy ior a child to
sleep wi'h.an.old person docs the lat
'tcr tlraw upoif tho vitality of the oth
er?" He also thought it was only a
notion that it was bettor .for a person
to sleep, with tho head to the north.
Chicai a Tribune,
Our strength is all in our muscles,
and is measured by the strength with
which thcy'onn contract? not for a short
time, butateadily ami peripanoiitly ot
courso, with the. proper iufcrvajs of
t'A. votim? ffifrin tho delirium of fdver
may "ebnrsuddenly-to have thestreugth
oLtv.o-aieu,..buV 6,h'c booji sinks back ut
terlv helnle3. A person. of high spirit
hmay put" forth a few treriich'dons eflbrts.
to po lol lowed ny a senso oi extreme ex
hruution, 'and aorouei'S aad. pain, .that;
shows Uiat the -trausclcs, h-nve, been
strained . ,t"f. . ' . ,-
Oii the cdntrnnr: a man of strong di-
gdstidh.'wen'fed-amlwith: musolos; in
rather enhancing- tnera:-- 1& can p'ut
- fortbhinsoilar effort 'that' would; break
aedcatary-iuavjli ajfi,,v- hp-jurs,
NotV few very intelligent men seem
.. wm -?---i'--.-. r-- m .- ..
blffMffiibrahtrtof these simple "fact..
Wrt kttoaiilnrtrjr df:tirrmitrwho. haV-
i'. - -" - . -.-
I r"I 1 ..:.! fl.nt.l.r. nniu .1
lllg ,"l.u?1i'!ilV.V7tJ. -f ' T
cnftli. Alter Mi rniap or iwo'ot ih
.workhc Jorcvec yielded up.iiis noyv'con
vTctiona at least the practice. of tliem,
3Ianypcrsqns enfeebled by sedentary
habits anil excessive brain-work Mo
UnJnwelr6harnv wd rotgood by over-;
inxnr exetcise nt-tho outset. .EThe true
rule w, i.you wish totget healthful hen
en. byexercisC to bcginT t Kb cxercfsb
lU :JL2..l.ir.lAr.r fctWitfthJ
HltlCiiacivoiunij bu m.v-' ......
v i j
j. mfcsetej-HWcnly, grMwy.md-.
Ai Senlewan'aicaftTess 'driTcrs; often
P- r?jToVtin'i?rm-V'TF StwTttt1 asl-
lootiln rgnataT'Citv.-Kev.. tne 'other'
nicpi.iorouguno'niscmpiuvKr ,a m-
fcoeen-thatr the ola5twwdnrd bfoom
tostat twelve oTcldeS' with the coraiflg
ChltrscC55Cew lear. The planl waa'
ikwiftrrhf CitTin 1ion Ivibttn o'clock.
-ThehinatnariTiiosef It wilh" white
a-owder dTssorvcVI in 'Waterr' per-
lortnWl ovefiit -seyeralt cereoies
iThfe - bn i?rere observe WsweUvii
.".ri T-.- iiuft)-9jw.vVnt 4i t-rf
lost moving up ttlw aanight boaK 4
uinntu;- uu- Btuiua r - ure- v. --.-
WhritIaokWtfeat..aXMit three na
nlea'df twerva Jh-dro w at a wce a
amboi; fcbout as imch ut diater.
fro sonw secret recess.abofrt rai-metrtL-'Plafemg-
this to hi Jtii he
eeatlfiWowulds'. nrm breath on one
"of tho wa.-.aad ahraast ihsmdy rt to
'eto-expaadaDdaad forth.- foil
tblow40war. Jn jcasvacaHioa towr-
er alter flower was thus Drouc.ovJ
and atwwfcigbltbo.wiMkl fUat-wa a
mast ox Blniinma " rv.f . t
.-u iovil '...S-if-w. ry
doel which -waa to have takfl
wc fnrMtallad br the arrcstoI OMi of
wa .forfatailtd by the arK5t
the.prmeipak andaus.secpBd.who were,
,held.iftii;500 each. The cause waa a
fascinating brunette, who wedded one
nun while esgaged to the other.
1 hat sleep was absolutely essential 10
a healthy "brain every onc knew. If
tho brain did'ririt get-enough rost'in
ured to;hcaV laoor, can worn yigyruu
Iy alljlay, tliayear through,., without
'eiKausiinc his lMrvs'cal.bliergle, but
.. .... m.wm..tM .. 1 - - - -w- -
in 'tho i;B;t.'ni faBo -t.-.--, -v -rr. j-i v
,f cotil 'Sniritcd.tadentsi.aro o.consiaaUy. Jn-
- lnr titie;n;ti1prnjRlvesbv feats o" strenffth
racchan ;- i.:Li'.i.u rtT nA4snndtv
.TIIIIIW mil !! - LMrtaUlVIIK.t T
PEKSOXAl. A5P LtTKKlRr.
'Carljlo callctl tho Darwinian Uiforv
- l)r - MttScrha.!ewb - laIIUtt - -
tratrd Kxty varictjpj of tb cacalrpU of
Australia. jf mr-
lDI CaticMi. tbcMrm and faaUr
bxfitbfanuYbor familr. aftd
? ,Aaf?iniwaigrAthAl forty taoa.
nk oprfi. JbaOfti Ixt wrilleti ime
TrJM-wniclrttn lht??!id battt Wtm
produced by theKru of Italy.
Mr. S.M. IU llatt wii bom nr
I-cxingtoa. Ky.. brr maiden im beia
Morsaa Vrrac Ur ndfaihr.
Morgaa 7. wtoUr of Paawl
I w. oa & rocr of lbt ;
taJ , 3
Ur. ArUr Suni 4t a ncre
atftftry'ir wld Hcfet4tiltwnia4
tnd lair to be aaoticr mucal jmlu.
Tho child is H,f- brtictrth&t.Kyr
who compete With h;mfor the po-ulVa
of choir tov at St; laal, IxMtftMk.
UrttjAtc. wm imijiimOltt&l by a
ilaori while on a soniary" oVotchuig cx
curlon. 1b wurdff coafwI hl .
Mr. Moncure I). Conway wa one '
of the few Atacricaa wha wr "trrton.
,.. ..t . -t- .!. I. Tt ...
wero for several vcar In tho habit ol
walking tpgethr twice a Htwk. After
inetr waisa Jir. imwsj wouvu carv
.fully wnte down Carb.h, f con c ntatlon. f
and lhe.-o notc. will no i bo published
iu boot form. i
MU Margaret Hark, a recent j
gratlttato in arcnitcctutv fnun Cornell i
Untrcrs tv. U. wuUdku.Um. t!rt
woman in thw country ti undertake a
profedon In wlikrh there lno nwmt
whatuTcr why a woman should not ic.)
cced. Tb .lmmw Arthikci has imb j
liihctl jprtions of Mi5 Ilx ks' grtdut-,
mg thesis on "Tenement not:se." f
Ono of Hrvt Harlo's stonw ha J
been dramatized Yn'dYTaiFcUftpon th '
.stage at Uerlki unilor tho titlu 4 th( i
"Lost Sou." but It hr not tnqt with j
much siicccm. Tho t'crtuaui say that .
tho. author's hnmrr U not titted for
stage rvprMpntntlou. and that ncouts ol
d'H-ijUtn which can bo effectiel
pnd humorously desenbrd in a narra
tivc. bfctmn n pulitvc ivhutuuiaitompt
is made to. act tht'tu
(Jeora KtiotN nation for mti-.ti
.to have di-niml her oulv one gift-
iK)ional ucaut v. Ju.tiu Mc(':irthv aald
Gf her: She U what wo in Ki.2lifd
it :j ii... .;,. ,,,.... i,. ...... rw,r..i.
hmi1 iviin.tui.1 rii rv..nm i...u-.ii.r
l..i I. .. I...... ii..t-...!l.vn rntu-tllii.il.ln
........ .. ... .. ..... ..j .. . ......
A. O i tciiy u ne.
-No ono ever vTTjSW g ' ASh' whe
aile a move t.hanS'uwA dogt.,,
made a movo twi!irftt6two dog
g:igod iu battle, an long iu his own do
was having tho beit ofiUDclrvii Yet
Ambitious bo': "Mother, mav I go
out West and light Indians?'' Mother:
N'o, niv son
1; but vou may go down to
. I fotdi iiiu up a suutUo ol
the cellar and
We heard a man tell lib son thatina
pic sugar was produced from tin- maple
tree. How can I hat man expert his on
to grow up truthful if hoets before him
such a horrid example. Hoilon Trun-1
-"Men often Jump at conclusions,"
aavs tno nrovero
ho do uoirs. V 0 '
saw a dog jump at the conclusion of a
cat, which wa sticking through
opening of a partly closed door, an
made more disturbance than a church
scandal. Oshkoah Advocate.
A very tall, thin 'Uighlandornaid that
ho "had a cohl in his head, originating ;
In wet feel." She looked at Iiim slowly
from head to foot and back again, a if '
rueasurinir tho distance tho cold had to 1
travel, and then ejaculated. " Cracious
. - . . .r
mo! vou must have wet your feet somo
time last year."
A creditor who had given his dobt-
trj4ti.l - !! . -,w ,
v iSii . .-. uv. f Wfn4 i-
.t tuui i-aiii .m.MQ f" l! in ,lun n
call decidedly plain; what people
a v ii . i .111 mi mi. ii - u i m ri i mi mm
rfAktV 111" all ltitkl ltil Jfiiil k
who did not Uiiro to oftu Uw lomw ol j on num. ....-.
probaby by a t,ll harhcr and more , n.l u.l. ml f V ! 'fd
emphatrc epithet; her face, it 1 ahl. lt' nul X'1 VVy-VS
not r,.nbing formed, and Illuminated uio morning by tho UiuU of t hojU
by the JL'ht of her cenitw." j Kr',,J Y?,r,?,r,;v,lll,'c nwrril5
-?-- i ..ir.. .!. .h-w.i' "
or a week to contrive some plan to meet ;v" .7, " , ,;,
.his obligations called at the cxpim- tg ncrson .
lion of, tho period ami politely asVcd:, . ,N-7"1' "
"Have you thought over that matter
yet?" "Not exactly." responded tho
debtor. Aith1 a troubled look: "you eo
I wanted to thiuk of it a irood deal, but '
the very ,by. jrou loll my doCf.C tol J ,
JJi W" 'J ' -' J --
H.wii.na hnri'ds whintHd bv tho
echoolnia-Jter. thu ch.'inces aro that If ho
te'Js of it, tho old t gentleman will gio
him another thumping and Ihen gi anl
fhnnip the schoolmaster. Tho boy can
ileftlriu whether he proien to avow 1 10 1
second whaling or Uke it for the lalco
01 geiung mo acuouiiuuuir jamuHju. t
It sometimes tears a boy up terribly to
make up his mind. llostoit Post.
L -How an Annerance Wa1! Stenncd. 1
i" --.------- m - . -
c- jl jx -. -w. tZT.iui .t..r. I
Superior people are privileged togivc
sbme very htronjf. hints
s-aaa more man
.iniik'lin? ofiddrau and. au3a4ity3
L L'rof. Wcysc, the -eminent Danish
musical composer, Jias been for somo
. . .... :r..n.; ?.r 1. ft,
SSunJfal trnkling "of rsuTerannuarcd f
v,nn the. nrnnnrtv of a fatnt V resident I
:7Z. nr.immnii;.,if.ir'HiMib hU
upon a floor .'mimcdialciybeBC atb hrt j
i-fJSOliJnrJSS b? mefan '
holy;strnmm,ngi fhe wr cvrain .
a. rio ;-:
ing a "JiJ-Biw) jvi ,. ;W
rnvementof bbnewsyiaphoay. a burst
oI'dtscorHant soundrbelow prompted
.hirii to dc3jicralc cntcrpriie Attired
as ho was, -m dreing-gown aad. lip-
.pcrshe hurricil down. tair zxut rang,
Ha nccccntor's door-bclL Admitted
1 a 1- a f-JtJLm nt4nVtAT' rAn A 1 fl I ! f f i f
TO inu wiureuuu.'.t W-.-...4, .. -
abominable apparattw wniefi naa
i""" -..-- - -"--- 7
I.. Li u in utr.'thom iuBul
Med a roodv aad loyous.. company, i
Uliich wcjconl -h e Won de -
wmgravclr td bUMMMUM.
ttZSSttZ&V-k nrifMi&r triAtif!
ruu ii ni-.f .. 11 II. 11 - lula LnB m la t aav.
a. .. am. - m fVAMi . mbm Tvia rnii fMU" an.
'wA,:Sl:i I. .SSsXr; .Vi-
r7. r, r V- . :rt. .SnrnZ' .m?-.1- 4.. t
hq eichled hahut the pia-o. locked
it mit.he kev in,his Docket, satL-arain. i
IM'ICC UUCUIBI.Cil i.uwt.v ..- r-w. i
:-i: t-1, ntmi.' ? nrofoana
comfort was mute.
JatfyJUts m ar KKklBf-BtWM.
A good nittorris told hj a lady;
whelivc en Ifortfi FrentStreft.-which
shawUlaaVraU have a k4 L haaor
I about them at times which they will
exercise even to the extent of. lorget-,
4mh"eir"thinderia1r nroTJeasitiea. "J
Ltfclaofaie .ofi this- ladr wa a - ckild1
rockmgh?HW, aj.de very aigkt. the. rat
wouia lasBp.oar tne rocKuag-aorse nan
afaxfit fbckTnz and rock It for hoars.
seemingly with the greatest eajoratent
hi ntheT world. At fost, heariag the
Ilaoiae, the people couma t lasazme iae
cause, aad didn t know bnt that the
aprrits had athand in H; bat whe they
caotiooateveereti er. aad saw the r-
formance", it became one ot Ibe atarvek
of the Heighborhoftd te see. the raU i
jheir gaasbek eBJoyiae thesuelresr
laughing aad haviag their ran rocxisg
he horse. Kingston N. T.) Fruma
IJU113, ,IW- uzu wci null, iv ii" i . , -" 1 , , . i .
:V-t r a t?. i. i f?-.r tn i.t thnlr ikatcs and music"
po.pt. Acorrcspomienv oi uie iwwn rfl-"- . . .... . ,,..,.,..
Herald relates an ln-5Uinco in which tnw "JTiSiTil. .TTtiIw.lJw
nrivilec-e was eSTd-TvIrrasingular w1 f ?lWrimtrK if
uur Younsc Heatlcra.
Tl t- f r? Tit "'JiSU.
C54 Mr rt - tH . W
(ymx tm rS5,
T ymll w mWr
if tn iiprr i.
w TM tk Vrtl. T ,
A WK H
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Wia ...tiiKti tft- .
am tb ttMv" ?:1 Vf 2"r'
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mil Uw?f 3 4t JJirrti.
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wiittrfthUit itvtJv T
y'trr itwl b't t pHt""-
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A4 1 rtMJ t b-tn WMir
tw it XV ! tmmn
Caw l tlftt.r"' "" ".
jin4 t tb Un tui. jt Ui.
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Jut ft 'fl? t
A i.t rt A. t ft lliffl Jv- Hrt U
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. twvcurt Ow &.ft ",M'2','
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Tr trnpJ nt r'H !-,
T!t Mmt lir fiut. rlltm,
Ijininioi tkTr, -
Ami U "' lh
Ot Mr u4 Mtv 'r"t , ,
si:ij,ivax iiiu am
, " . ,,,,. o-.tii
lhuuK tntnj. Ma.' , went 1 hllip lju."
w' hntniuor. Itb BnaeU V -
j Wihtiiitf had n-tm tiw mIw er
' l rn,lr-. .. h UA . U ?''
c "ul ,u,t to to,u.ch il "" J,wl uou",
n f the miow came,
Xovor do to-day 1iat you can
lIOWll "niUVB lltli.
T . . r. m iitn i
Hill wa out of bed In a trinkllag.
Ten o'oJoetc fosmd biirt tlll working
tu.rvoli on 'Ulitttr. l.isiunmir. iu
i'luL.iK)l simmcnnif iHWiiru tho tiro in
' t?lttIltaU7 With1 bl i 3ilHWi -ehi!
. .. .'-.. V.t..-. 4tt ,.i..
f anu nii moincr s in.i iuhu uii-iu.
Tl' f 1 l the J)yk " W JJ-
: f"ded. and not only their Jilbtlatln,,,
but tliat of fortv moru corutcra
nit niH mi ..iv..
Phil nvttrlv fraQtIo t
and Chain Lightning" wa beginning
lO 1UOK rW 1I.U UillT.lL IIUKI US
k f. i l.i I. 1 I t- . ,
; VT'l!" .?:
ft I a k .
, , , - , lho
j . fafr.luiin.d ,.,
i aniwarcd -on tko
r "T '."r''vat t' ride, To bo sur tlm verion
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urarjf o wiwi miy,
pjwarea on tao lunuiwiu. ,,
' ono wi,, a 1 nmj tf,crc tool Koa-
salllll IllOIIiriU nil oinrwiuo. iwur linn
; h'c ..ioaQ OT iojiIr," tli U w'-'ro; H'tlo
, brown Kate. !loabor twin Utcr.
111,11 fhinovd up. and tbtsn bocamo
more than over absorbed In his work.
Thoro was a collar expression on the
twins faces. Hill Instantly wcnuml
i . . . . . .1 1 ...:' If LJM
"Th errand auuof foutilrtO' hi
grimly called it.
1'hlM dear boffan Rtviabcl.
" Thf!. deari" echoed Kate.
I'hil handled a, screw-driver dcx-
" I'hil. dear, will you plcaso run over
to the aUtiuu and .i Itmv jiuiv tJuto.
have comoW' . Jhte Iwolvo-o Olek
train? do when tlm cars are due. won t
" Anil PhiLdcar;1 chiai.l Ui Kai?.
"can't yon manage to go Into tho city
to-day and cau lor a nm ol music
which Li to bo left for mo at Hale &
anything Imj moro trying
to tlto-tenijMir of thy avemgo yontb
than rvqust liko tln-so; make under
t)m existing elm'mwtaucel? Perhaps
eomc of tis mav lind If in our hearts to
forgive I'hil for answering with 1 ccr
ing to tho station and I'm not going to
.i. :... .-.b.i ..... .
nv -iv-;''T7T? as? .0 rr
KG tarricd lo wheedle tho cneniy al
bt nnd lhftt fallings er k im Wt
n,,nU)n that boys ought Meter ti hare
bccn ,,.4. 1partu.ghe cJoid tJc
door with more force than waa strictly
neodftiL ami letl mil aionc.
1 111L Lai 111 1 luittu -sit actj ia rwa wmrm if
'Iliat istliTidnal.'sjpprked on hi an iw :
- --w 1 r- -
iured aud ziooAiT framefitilud. I
Jnt 7 . - V"! , - p I
';-"" " V?" " ". ":"t. t'r2Zl
I ever shy did. it waaiKaiab! whu had
rTr5"i , l "IJr
helped him wnt
"WIS VJ!IIIJIMU1 Oil!
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" S'Ai !L! SSSS Wikni.l-hi!
ft Ws Rs1brf wfcd liardr
",.S!i!i- iT ?7'.""r-'r"V : "v .'"V" I
!n VUUU2H IU lilt. Ui
k" f K3U!. llOiAOCI. no COUCIUUCU. CO!
a "blot on
Jthirkcdherahard ot tHe rttrriBj-wtitm " 01 no mow oer. urn; i-w
mo:ae candy. drcsse, wero allowed to b brooht u
-The remembrance of 5'abel'a vfr- the sckl, aJlof tho very pWat .h.- 1
hauntcd rai-6Ven-aff-.Cbal.criIrtfoii. Krra tho drt for ?
wjw ;n ofd an,lhe w . an,-- fofchunrfr must b'flHiito '
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Vc on nui a,c"' w,ia a" eS?a,ulif'
: .,.. . .,. ?. .
Fcrharrt that waa tho reason that ,
when hj clderbrpthorWJll catahasti-
ly np Uie hill iliflfer6UihiSre;cnta
iMio would carry a bundlo lo a storo '
tnext the railway Uton (vou seo that
.-,, j. r y.. , .f.-,-f-,f t- ,.,i
j v -IfTEFiTZl I 1T .T ::
""J "" v..Mrw... m abawr iu
ir,t . irt
Xot that ho carcl for
--m W-- WW
"'- :r'' .... r ". ...."
p - - g
M 'JE! .. 4?rn I
-t,- Bounded in tt: .
dmdhrimam eriui t-th-dPat 'uLI
rf rr r - -- -w - a
m m - - ac
e tiraiictctacic train atyppcu.
lJ No one sceracil to kaov
k . ' . r - - - ."- - j. .. .
j is" one acemeu to kbow about, ko-
MUad,?.l? the pUtfom: "I U keey
flo.. Or.jee here. h
touea this.irtw nag oa
-wc aaap t ri m & tzrl i
It diaJ wi tfcAlenan
inr has Jtiiaafafajyiittaid ltlK
errr "heard-t4r acwrerh xiaateiauig
"a pJice for- rniry thjftjrf er . if he
hat4 kaowiagit;W sof asaott the Tea
ComasasdiBeaU, felt aader no obllga-
aaatsac the Tea I
tiea to heed k. lie rraaark4 that
somebody had jai4 oate;hhg abot
sosae. ais betsg oaaewfeere.'' aaa
west isaentg aaaosg ooxes aim
bsadJes. eeUiatag. aiteraately,
here taay aev aac "tto: 9,
, At lost, jast as be lahThis haad oa a
qaeertdoldaepaekaee. aad waa aexf
to aare that here were the skate, the.
feagae-aeu nag: taere waa a zkt
acaery oauirte, aad taa traia begaa te
PbH raaeetafthedepotiaal. .
"Stopr he cnedj bat the locoaao
tive pahi ao heed.
I 51or tMt lh platform rW-
iSKt, pttlfine CfcAia LigHtenx"
ISS art U Pf T
Irrf tJ 3?f-irf K$rtjrdrt-M.
r -. i - 1 VIh . w vtf'x ft u. i
r.tari Kry t m
lK try. wvf & &
taXtej it av, It r?Jl7 !'-
j rn aif U tli fii. t "."Mm
I Nt - . " .
V-erAau t??r rHiir .ei ym-t
.!i ai.t.1 t tlw tr. H- -
.Jew?fii 9o44 CJ?5! lim -(
lTi t&M 1I. V H. t '3i?4 -i ,
Ihr crafi t-ff?r f?a -
tuWt lWl i4 . fva.4 u 4-i,i
teir i f d d l - !
n 3. vmnim drUi tjtj.
fcrt-Oh. 1f it WP ffc'-. '-.
A kindly f-ft tfv4cbl et -
but rit U v t fPW V n.
hn Knd fr k - tin lr
nhl-uod atens Tfe I
AU in ftM th srHd. H4 i-.
U mrT ht - "& . wh. "i
nw - lTtilHSnr. l mi toW-n1?'
trtK t .
It cn4 t par fn4 h Wl
bci ruhng thrrot-H iv irf
b-aUai- It mw1 v f i
.... ..... ii'ii .
come inwM piw1 " l
awrnl rWa juror rif pn ,"T'
wrrvntia. l-J?Ur 1M lhff -t
CbAin Ui:tnn5', it- ! -"
tar Uforv h'-n-
AnTtr &ft M.wi4wi 4,.
Ch-xln Usbtnlnj' ai Moir -.i..iKr
in mttv It W -
I thr rt -W travlm iMh Utf t
I mil bu brain twi tw uiay t w mi
think log. . . . -
lrrntly. aftr aaothttr. aUI:.oS-m
tr. with a'tinnl shtiok Um Wm "
uww tp tn tb 'ty dpt
Ah brfl4tr lJiUt llltn sUtyI
tye pnenii an"- n .
did be av In rfimnl to tiro tli.
.. . .." . i . tti m . 4h?..M. m . J
-'l Lla. M.m.i kl.tiL. t.lf9Kt Kliaa lntrll la W. A.
r - Ti:T&wiit'i.V
to nittnttutt that -tirjrin-i b ,-i
tiad an otHciJii atMl jatatw acnr
i .. t HuJ ,ht I uihL a wU & ti
Uiwn." t rrmar;d. rvW4i.
, tUt wJ ubl . t0.l0mm.
Wll. you a a ilarM Wxn K,M
looking up frMU hrr trONetinS,
iefor ho (vtuht Hti-h tbro nait
loud ring at thJ dwr lxll. ami m ri' I
1 rrd Kolmaii. A -mMpt mhi
, of rhU.ht-pyr'ntd itMiUV6f4U
! wide, and he stored fur a ItiM nttwHU-
At last, "Arn't o dad '
"llior said I'hil. loftily. "rr
"Well. I nnvcrt" mIiI Krl. HI wtv
' over to tho jMist-nfileo whon t wliUtla
blow, and oatnn out jii Hi timely
o ou. .inn 1 racial inos "i nm'wi
. tho. oltv after yon. and lhh I Inn--I
rotnvl and nxc bark to toll
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1 uu am 1 KM. rt.MH.
Wo will nM over any famllr diwii--
, -lr .. . kll- . ',rtwM ,rrfrM ,,.,Mrf
i.to tho otbr half th story ot 1'hll hi!M
.. , . i r --. .vftxrw
, ;,.,.., ..... ... ..f-.i.l. ,lf ,ta
buN a little out of 11.U' emu cini aro
j c,,.., ho mml to toww ou ninVun.
... ....I ...l.-.. .li.... .- J.-
ra$ all tho wav tlmbtr a car, atttlHg on
a braou injiwreit in? wi?cw.
Hut that 7vc ning 1'htl. much bnitl
and battemd, yet wholo in orcry lm.
- - "- " -
k. y: ' . .f ' " .. 1 ,i....
UU (U 1 II.1TI1 IIVIII linillWMI mviu,--
Mary DtHsd, in WfdoAuMtk.
.. 1 i 1 ii mi
Fine Clothes at Srkaol. '-
Young lmlt natnmtly d!lrs t
look as pretty a tby ean It U rigbt '
thit they nhould. nnd Um rust of ni.vv
kind hku to bavu llitmi follow their iu
stuiuU and wUh In tliisrvsjKH't.
A tuothur, howuver. i'omilain that
her daughter, who cannot nfTunt Hdi
tinft clothes as aro worn by nst of br
('liooluiale. and ycloannoljftvouiib'-r
oducatr., VTiftlo vriiy Tmlftp-hy
tliu contetttpttiou lo;ks, at thliitH-
tional sllghta of sotna of hpr iMimp'tji;
Ions, bociittso of her plain, cheap drv
cr. I'tirhap tho daughter It Ut m
live, and so olbty: a JitK tm.rbbl ST
the HUbj?ct, anil on y f;Utcs (bnt UciV
' companiofiiarn rpganiiig hr idaifiTf'
ciotiuM with contempt tino thing h
Cfrtato, howovor. t&nt nolhmg an Ja
moro out of placj. or a art'r iudicatpv
of vulgarity, than tho wijrmg f viry '
lqknit;e cfotliotouclKxdrtjnhMs itijy
bthe hiking down with ciUfjupt5
"iipon girU whoouiiiot. "
On own obMrvatimt ha J-l us to ta
opinion that In our. bsl Khn lUgV
foung ladfN who are nt?y and piAm
..!..! .!.. 1 ...... -l - LF
ly ciao. anu aro wtgpr- chmr. ar
trry much r?sp.'cUJ bjr"Ujer aimji
ion.; wliijj the gtrhv wlHfoorfr ifiJ5
itj w unery arc rauurriauguwi&w
' '" soma, casta oespistwi
- - . - r.
- ey maaago Uiewj things ?
Wr Jrj-lolnc Jf tht ,,- 0 Alratc -
f In .
"fn -r.. ,. .1.- t., --ii. ,. t
-' w fTj ijvat, st)? jr T
ivuiiiiiivm tiKiumu iui(.i njiji. u vtv.
rules which vittMtJ
''tii. vk !. m ncttimx i .
Traragnnt clothe by
r.VfllMI.1 Ml.K.l.MM 1...
rfre U nresTibeib In nanv inttanCv
no Jewelry Ls permitted hi tho 'lipfiu
F ..... . .-.-
w j --- ..- . --, -
A young lady who wenf last sumrajr
i'rora :cw lorx to cwb rated obK
Ueruuny wa sttrDri;d to find that
two largo tronka frill ot flno cbthQf
.T . . "" . ' " ." . rV" X
atrial. Kh wm idI. howeyer.
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rTjr- -.'.V-" 1 1 I
IZSf -ZTJZ?': Xx?Z TZX'
highest rank were obliged to conform .
to Uic aine rul- 1
Tlio truth U. thatobtrusireoraam-nU
andihonrirearono4 woo by eeti-f
Tated pplfi sriw are habitojIUja U pi
utenre. it if cncrnj um pru
foil Into a mild tnlno tho tUr Mtr
yerdsy that i most apt niV x-
' - t. t'-t, ...i ...;... ..f a
k m.A-frfrr hirT Kh i
spon witWkft bding hm fn
o! oar opos their todrt. J oviK
Diifalold fc r?ort4 In a; aw"TfeJ
hariag recenfljr been soccefuUy a
plied in tbn forns of a veneer bt the or.
aaateatatioa of furniture, ft mslars an
tCftUesi iisitaUatj of jaalachite 4PcA
ored jaarhfat lor tah! toftTJ a '!.
other eoaajTaxaterialj. -andiKttiifcihi.-
tacture u doti&M to become o -f
lithe asoK. profeaWe Ia4tn tT
9 to whkh it caa he applied.
pioneer of .
Salem. Ma?., died
for tltm raao at
tee npe ew age t
103. He tnasd a
fortaae 1 hit aarlr years, aad. wa an
acttTo bine ataa. Rr Injudicious
nMra3qary however, he hA jtt,
aad-C-ed-a paaper. lie could z2L
iaest priat wiihoat srfas4e. aad im a.
rapid peaaaaa ap te the- Wa of his
'A naa -whs weat te a Xoraacli
i (Coaa.) paetegrapher the other df to
i ponrait taxea iaoaai
weald kk better with a wa-'cfefciid
chata. aad the artbt kindly loaaed mm
hk. He thea ditappaxred. bat wa4
afterward caaght aad tha watch recovered.
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