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Irving' , ; Experience With Hissing.
"In my early days , " says our great
tst actor , "I accepted a stock engagement -
ment at a provincial theater , and did
not know until I got there that I had
been put into the place of an.actor who
was locally very popular. He had not
left , I believe , onaltogethergood terms
with the management ; so the audience
' vented their spleen upon his successor.
I was that unfortunate person , and for
a whole week or more I was hissed
every night , not for mybad acting , but
out of love for my predecessor. I remember -
member how every night I walked to
my rooms , some two miles out of town ,
very wretched , and walked in again
the next night no less misserable. To
this day I never pass the place by railway -
way without a shudder.-Tit-Bits
The Strongest Man Grows weak
fometimcs. The short cut to renewed vigor
is taken oy those sensible enouat to Use
Ho'tetter' s Stomach Bitters systematically.
'It re-establishes Impaired digestion , enables -
ables the system to assimilate food. and
combines the qualltles of a'iine medicinal
stimulant with the e of a sovereign preven-
tire remedy. Malaria , dyspepsia. cnnstipa-
. lion , rheumate , nervous and kidney com =
plaints arc cured and averted by it.
A Novelty In Bicycles.
A novelty in bicycles went up Broadway -
way last week , says the New York Sun.
A young colored man rode it and
showed off its fine points in a way that
attracted a good deal of attention. Instead -
stead of Veins stationary the handle
4 bar could be moved backward and ferN -
N ward. Every time the rider pulled the
is bar back the bicycle shot forward in a
way that showed that it had some sort
of a rowing machine attachment ,
. which worked in conjunction with the
pedals. There were the ordinary ped-
a - als on the bicycles , and the rider used
these the greater part of the time , but
every now and then when the rider
, got in a ticklish position among trucks ,
. cable cars and other vehicles he would
give the handle bar a yank backward
and the wheel would dart ahead.
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CHAPTER IV-Continued. )
As for her , albeit not too sentimental
or imaginative by temperament , a
gracious vision , other than the glancing -
ing waves of SL Pant's bay or the
Maltese landscape on the homeward
route to Valetta , rose before her. She
beheld herself a stately and lovely
bride , attired in white satin , Brussels
lace veil , and orange blossoms , conducted -
ducted to the chancel railing by her
father , where a handsome bridegroom ,
clad in the uniform of the royal navy ,
waited to receive her. Six blooming
bridesmaids followed her. Were these
maidens arrayed in ruby velvet and
nuns-veiling , each carrying a basket
of chrysanthemums , and wearing a
diamond and sapphire bangle , gift of
the 'groom ? Would fashion dictate
instead dresses of terra cotta , liberty
silk , with cream-colored sashes and
hats , pearl brooches , and a bouquet of
yellow flowers ; or Directoire robes of
white Ottoman silk and moire , trimmed -
med with heather , and gold bracelets ,
with the initials of the happy pair entwined -
twined ? Miss Symthe had not decided
this point , in reverie , when the party
"Come in for tea , Arthur , " said Mrs
"Thank. I have an engagement '
replied the young man , gaily.
A KNIOUT OF MALTA.
HAT AFTERnoon -
noon , Dolores sat ,
beside the broken
fountain , and
at her task She 1
wielded no fairy
distaff , nor traced
cunninuly the film
of lace making.
Instead , her needle new among the
folds of a gown of soft , pink woolen
material , cut by a modest seamstress ,
and to be sewed by the wearer's own
The little dog Florio lay coiled up
at her feet
The heap of rose-tinted draperies
marked the boundary between childish
neglect and the cares of coquettish
maidenhood. She ) tad coaxed her
grandfather to give her fresh attire
for the springtime , and the old man
had abruptly refused the request. Indignant -
dignant and rebellious , Dolores had
taken a gold chain , belonging to
her mother , to the Monte di
Pieta , pawned the trinketand returned
home in triumph , with the purchase in
her arms. When would she wear it ?
On the first occasion. Jacob Dealtry
made no comment , if he noticed it at
Now the girl was astonished and
amused by her own recklessness in the
bold step taken.
She glanced about her where all was
unchanged , and only she seemed to be
undergoing some subtle modification
The fountain , with the worn urn ,
and basin of weather-stained marble
filled with greenish water , was one of
the earliest recollections of her child-
A clump of canes grew on the brink
and a straggling aquatic plant spread
broad leaves on the surface of the
Nespoli and oleander , Judas , pepper ,
pomegranate and fig trees formed a
patch of shade along the boundary. A
castor-oil plant throve below a broken
wall , set with a border of bristling
cacti. Yellow sprays of euphorbia and
mimosa mingled with jessamine and
myrtle.- All about. the girl bloomed
roses , geraniums and pea blossoms ,
pink , white and purple , star-like
flowers of vivid color amid the
green. A solitary cypress tree towered -
ered in a slender shaft above the wall ,
and a family of white pigeons now cif
cled inflight above the parapet , and
again alighted on the shoulder of
Dolores , or the gravel path , in search
of food , with the familiarity and confidence -
fidence of household pets. The parent
bird's , plump , sedate , and full of dignified -
fied importance , were allowed to
preen their iridized plumage in peace ,
but the grandfather ruthlessly sacrificed -
ficed their offspring from time
to time by popping them into his
soup-pot , which took ; the place ,
in his modest menage , of the
kettle of a gipsy camp. Several
bee-hives occupied a nook. Other
live-stock there was none on the
premises , neither clucking fowl , cow ,
pig nor even a donkey. A. lean and
wolfish watchdog had died of old age ,
and had never been replaced , either
from sorrow > it his loss on the part of
his attached master , or because Jacob
Dealtry realized he possessed nothing
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The garden was a neglected spot
where the tangled growth of shrub
and flower had acquired a certain picturesque -
turesque charm of untrammeed ! ,
bloom and fragrance. Jacob
Dealtry was his own gardener
as well as housekeeper ; and
while he watered the trees and plants
likely to perish of drouth , he would
suffer no pruning nor weeding on his
"Let the flowers have their own
way , " he would 'reason querulously ,
as he pottered about with a copper
vessel of water to refresh parched
Dolores had strict injunctions to attempt -
tempt no amateur cultivation , in
youthful zeal She might pluck the
flowers to place in her hair , and corsage -
sage , or gather such rare fruit as decrepit -
crepit orange , citron , fig , or nespoli
yielded to white little teeth , but the
stem must be respected. Not that
Dolores cared a straw for the prohi-
bition. Indolence made her prefer to
dream in the flickering shadow of the
leaves , swayed by the warm wind ,
rather than to hurt her soft fingers
pulling up rank weeds Order and
symmetry had few attractions for the
girl , whose sunny and buoyant nature
had escaped from all endeavors to inculcate -
culcate chill and formal discipline on
the part of the pale sisters of the convent -
vent school ; as the vines climbed in
wayward luxuriance over the wall ,
spurning the support of nail and lat-
tce , to gain the sweetness and light
of upper air.
In the memory of Dolores the garden -
den had always been there , tangled
and neglected , just as the house remained -
mained unchanged. The watchtowers -
ers , built under the rule of Martin de
Redin to guard the coast from the
sudden invasion of the Turks , and
now serving as signal and telegraphic
stations , did not resemble the beacon
tenanted by the Dealtries , with its unfinished -
finished turret and dilapidated mason-
ry. Wind , sun and storm had swept
overand ravaged both trees and habi-
Life had been a kaleidoscope to
Dolores , composed of bits of gay color ,
puzzling patterns and vanishing
shapes. Grandfather made few explanations -
nations of any sort to her lively , childish -
ish intelligence , and tolerated her
presence beneath his roof at the best.
An old neighbor came at stated intervals -
vals to sweep and garnish the narrow
interior of the tower and spread the
household linen to dry in the sun , but
Dolores was not expected to assist
her in any way. Jacob Dealtry's prohibition -
hibition of all manifestations of feminine -
nine industry on the part of his grandchild -
child seemed to arise from a distrust
of her capacity.
"Do not touch anything , " he would
say ; "you will only break and drop
my glass. "
"I have never broken a glass , grand-
papa , " protested Dolores , with tears
of vexation rising to her dark eyes.
Then Jacob Dealtry shook his head.
Before floating bits of straw on the
basin of the fountain-a
- tiny squadron -
ron speedily wrecked by a gold fih-
the girl's recollections were vague ,
consisting of perpetual comings and
goings , in a fruitless fashion ; of
glimpses of foreign towns , and of
long , wearisome voyages on board of
There had been a young man , apparently -
parently her father , who had caressed
her and often carried her about on his
shoulder. She remembered a pretty
mother , with a black lace mantilla
over her head , and the fan , which she
still treasured in a painted box. A
nurse named Pepita , with a dark and
smiling face , who wore big gold earrings -
rings that swung in the sunshine to
attract baby fingers , was a fainter
image. The mother had dwelt here at
Malta for some years , and in dying
had commended her child to the care
of the nuns , who had imparted such
instruction as she had ever received.
The father and the nurse , Pepita , had
vanished altogether and never re-
Jacob Dealtry had tolerated the
presence of the mother and child with ,
an unsympathetic resignation. Left
alone , as an orphan , Dolores was made
to understand that the bread of poverty -
erty would be her portion. Poverty
did not dismay her. She was not oppressed -
pressed by'loneliness , because she was
unused to companionship. She had all
the lightheartedness of the Andalu-
sian , amounting to sheer giddiness at
times , and a heart full of enthusiasm ,
as yet untainted by latent possibilities
of cruelty and revenge. She loved the
gnarled trees of the garden and the
pigeons. She wove her own fancies
about the sea , visible in the distance ,
and whispered babbling secrets to the
flowers , until her grandfather gave
her the little dog Florio , obtained by
him in exchange for a mural tablet
and a cinerary urn.
"You must allow the dog to sleep
in the hall , child , " said the old man.
"These small dogs awaken and bark
at the slightest noise. Nlorio , will
guard the house. "
"We are too poor to tempt thieves , "
retorted Dolores , laughing , and receiving -
ing the pet in her arms.
"That is true , " assented Jacob
Dealtry. "Still I would like
to know if one of those
loungers of the port were prowling
aboutat night They are a rascally
lot , and do not stick at trifles. "
Dolores did not love h grandfather -
father ; she even feared his irascible
mood , although he had never treated
her with positive cruelty. She would
have liked togossip with him by the
hour , to alternately cress and tease
him as she did the dog Florio , bat he
lent only an abstracted attention to
On two occasions she had seriously
angered him. Dolores still trembled ,
when awakened at night by the reverberating -
berating thunder and piercing flashes
of lightning of a stormas the recollection -
tion of her grandfather's face , white ,
convulsed by passion , the eyes glaring
wrathfully , and the very hair bristling
on his head , rose suddenly before her
The old neighbor , kind of heart
and garrulous of tonguehad helped to
shape and dress a primitive doll , successor -
cessor of the broken toys of infancy.
The child had lavished on this unresponsive -
responsive fetish all the stores of tenderness -
derness in her nature , until the fatal
day when Dolly , temporarily neglected ,
fell from the window ledge and
lay on the ground hopelessly
dismembered in every limb. Dolores
wept , gathered up the fragments , and
with the aid of a rusfy knife , proceeded
to dig a grave underthe clump of canes
wherein to inter the doll
"What are you about there ? " The
voice , rough and peremptory , shouted
this demand at the startled and astonished -
tonished little gravedigger.
At the same moment the child was
seized and pushed to a distance , the
knife wrenched away from herand the
doll kicked into a ditch. Dolores
cowered where she fell , while her
grandfather poured forth a flood of
threats , reproofs and invectives , which
she only half comprehended , gather-
ingdimly that she was not to injure
the plants by digging graves in the
garden for broken playthings. How
angry grandpapa was ! The flashing
eyes , the menacing brow , the bitter
words wrung from the trembling
mouth by agitation , stupefied the
child. She crept away to her own
chamber , subdued and miserable , and
sobbed herself to sleep , with her face
buried-in the pillow to exclude the
image of the old man. Poor Dolores !
The gentle and caressing mother ,
and the smiling nurse Pepita , with
their divine and feminine warmth of
consolation in healing wounded feelings -
ings , were both gone , and she was left
The next day Jacob Dealtry presented -
sented his grandchild with a new doll ,
bought in the town. His manner was
gentle , even ingratiating , as if he
wished to efface from her mind all
recollection of the painful incident of
the garden. The new doll banished
grief. On the following day he led
her to the convent school , where she
remained for several years , with brief
intervals of holidays at the old Watch
Tower. The nuns received her on the
grade of a pupil of charity , and doubtless -
less imbued with zeal to instruct a
child aright , according to their lights ,
of a heretic stock. Jacob Dealtrv held
aloof from much intercourse with his
own fellow-countrymen , unless he
chanced to meet a party of travelers
disposed to buy his archteologieal
wares. Ile chiefly supported himself
by such small traffic. He had never
attempted to conciliate those persons
of the colony whose interest might
have proved an inestimable advantage
to his grandchild. He lived at Malta
obscure and unknown.
Several years ago , Dolores had again
incurred her grandfather's wrath , in a
similar fashion. She had returned
from the convent , and possibly objects -
jects which she had never before
noticed in their dilapidated abode acquired -
quired a fresh interest in her eyes ,
even after a temporary absence. Certainly -
tainly she had never given special
heed to the Knight , and yet he had
always been there. The sunshine
slanted in the door , putting to flight
the shadows , and Dolores paused for
the first time before the picture.
"Who is he ? " she demanded , won-
"A Knight of Malta , child , " replied
her grandfather , hurriedly.
The portrait bore evidence of age.
The surface was cracked , the painting
faded , and yet it was encased in a
heavy frame of carved wood. A
knightly form was dimly discernible
through the clouding obscurity of dust
and mildew. lie 'core a black cloak ,
with a cowl attached. A white cross ,
with the eight points corresponding
with eight beatitudes , was visible
on his left side. A second cross
decorated his breast , from which depended -
pended the cords of black and white
siik , indicating his rank as Knight of
the Great Cross ; having lived for ten
years at Malta , and performed four
caravans at sea in the galley of the
order. On the frame the lines were
"Great Master of Jerus'lem's Hospital ,
From whence to Rhodes this bleu fraternity -
Was driven , but now among the 'Maltese
A wooden chair , on which Jacob
Dealtry usually sat , massive , angular ,
and with a high-wrought back , was
placed below the picture and fastened
to the wall.
The Knight attracted Dolores. He
seemed to smile down upon her from
his frame as guardian of the house. i
One day she was actuated by housewifely -
wifely zeal and neatness , acquired as
a part of school discipline , or the sad
need of a dusting showed by the poor
Knight , to climb on the chair and fleck
lightly the frame and canvas with her
apron , in lieu of a duster ; then , shin.
ping down , rubbed the carvings of the
chair in turn. She discovered that the
chair was attached to the wall by passing -
ing her finger along the top. She
marveled , with asentimentof childish
curiosity , why her grandfather had
riveted his favorite seat to the par-
tition. Perhaps it was too heavy to
stand alone. Possibly Dr. Busatti 1
might have attempted 'to carry it out
into the garden some time , and Jacob
Dealtry have wished it to remain in
one spot i
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Are the works of the best modern
literary artists improved by illustration -
tion ? Can an artist with his brush or
pen add anything to thewell developed
characterization of our successful novelists -
elists ? In other words , is not the
literary art of a master amply , sufli-
cient to portray to the appreciative , intelligent -
telligent reader all in his book that is
charming or thrilling or pathetic or
humorous ? I believe that it is , and
also that it is a literary crime for the
average illustrator to inject into the
pages of a great work of fiction , of
whose creative forces he can know no
more than the reader. Some of this
sort of illustration is amazingly clever ,
but most of it is just the opposite. To
distinguish the pictorial opportunity in
a work requiring rare distinction , and
too many of our illustrators , with the
approval of the publishers , take their
cue for a picture from such inadequate
and puerile suggestion as that conveyed -
veyed in the familiar climax of love
stories : "And she fell on his breast
and wept tears of unuterable joy'-
Sidney Fairfield , in Lippincott's.
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"Thomas , " said his mother proudly.
"I'm very much pleased with you for
winning that prize in the oratorical
contest. It was a fine triumph. I
hope , Thomas , that with this added
spur to your ambition you will come
home to tell me of a still greater vie-
tory , a still nobler triumph.
"Yes , Thomas , " she continued , as the
youth stood blushing before her , "I
hope that you will yet score a touchdown -
down in a football match.-Chicago
The Largest human Tooth.
New York Tribune : Dr. Hanson , of
Drool-chin. on Friday last , pulled an eyetooth -
tooth whit measured 1 0.16 inches
in length. On Saturday Dr. IIanson
took the tooth to New York and several
dentists admitted that it was the largest -
gest human tooth they had ever seen ,
and one dentist went so far as to offer
5100 for the tooth. Dr. Hanson refused -
fused to part with his prize.
J. S. PARKER , Fredonia , N. Y. , says"Shall
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Apropose of the propensity of fishing
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The plumber now steps down to make
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The wounds made by a friend never
Altogether Too Iloneat. ! '
Detroit Free Press : hotel Clerk-
That lawyer stopping with us is the
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Clerk-He sits up in a chair and
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Landlord-What's that gat to do
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Clerk-lie says after his day's work
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If digestion stops , poisonous matter accumulates -
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Golden Medical Discovery. It will
straighten out the trouble , make your
blood pure and healthy and full of nutriment -
triment for the tissues.
in everytown to sell our Safety Medicine ; used ten
years in pbyslcians' private practiee. Addresstat-
ing experience , Boz 134 , A. SP1YDEL A CO. ,
Topeka , Kansas.
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When answering advertisements kindly
mention this paper.
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IVery Lates1 Styles MaYManton
3S Cent Patterns for 10 Cenl4. When the Coupon Itelow 1w sent. Also One
Cent Addltional for Postage.
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6390 - - - 6299 6301.
No. (3O-Walt five razes ; viz : 32 , 34 , 36 , 38 and 40lnehes bnrt meanre. r
No. 6299-Skirt ; five dzes , viz : 22 , 24 , 26 , 28 and 50 inches welst mea nre.
Ne. 6301-Misses' costume ; four size. , viz : 6 , 8,10 and 12 years.
No. 6 ,83-Waist ; rive size , , viz : 32 , 94 , 36 , 38 and 40 inches bust measure. rr
No. 6314-Skirt ; ftrelze. , viz : 22 , 24 , 26 , 28 and 3O lnehes aait measure.
No. 6372-Girl' , waist ; threelze' , viz : 12 , 14 , and 16 years ,
x rnIs COUPON sent with an order for one or any of the above 3a cent pattern' h crwllte 1
O as 2.i cert + on each pattern ordered , making each rattem cost only 10 testis.
One cent extra for postage for each pattern. Give numberof inches wala measure for ,
O skirts and number of inches hurt measure for waits Address ,
COUPON PATTERN COMPANY
Lock Box ? 4T. NEW YOBS. N. Y.
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