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BOOKS 4 STATIONERY.
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" " BOOTS ind SHOES.
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C A R P E NT E RS 4 CON TB ACTORS.
t m t)H A Son- ordt r l Pouty I'sddook'i
A.M. Hurley, Mayor.
Aim. W.Krwl, Kr.lr.
CONFECTIONERY 4 FRUIT.
J. c. Puller!.. uearoeera lw
"CHURCHES 4 PASTORS.
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mlijrlcrinn, J. A.Twott4.
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I - JOAIRIES
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I i KUtii.lrivurliriftt Hotel.
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n Vi-xvi liir A Mln Htr.
iiiii'rtum HriK,. nrwro h.tniw.
I ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
FISH, OYSTERS 4 GAME.
fell, Mill CO., Ow. akliinor A l)i.
imr MIIU, I'. W.Htwn ACo.ig
(. li. ( Hik, Wlittoiikm b Ick.
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lli;o, llrthlwln A Co.. South lde C utreel,
isHiichenin A Handframk, Corner Mftln
V'Uy A PaiM'Kik, Went Miiln trot"L
! I'. Irvine Whltwiker brink.
HARDWARE 4 AGL. IMPTS.
O'Donnell.Cor, Mulil A Monmouth HI
M, Wade A Co., MiiIb and Monmouth BH.
ttUi liiiT'i:iri7ii'i,".r M WarlvPrbp.
Wa Hie Ortles, Main stem.
JUSTICE Or HACK.
H. M. I.lna- Ins, ilkllmikl bank huiltluti.
tad, IMeem laundry, A.J. Aehlaon,
A, M, Hurlaj, Mat item.
!, A. Bmllh, Inil.Nat'l Hank, up stair.
LIVE STOCK BREEDERS DEAL'S
T, B. Muntlav, lnuntlni,
TM lliiniiiiKt..i, li, II. t'MMier. near delta
i t,vt!?y t,LC8i
Ptr Cor., Main MN.
Kit Johnaiin, Main trst,
Pril A Vin, mw mill.
11. I Maw In, cor, Knilrnatt Mid K at reals.
" MARKET 6AR0NEB.
MASONS, BRICK 4 8TONC.
Hnln llnm., Muln lrvH,
W. u, Mmrnmn, ' irvrt.
MUSIC 4 INSTRUMENTS.
Nil! RUllHril ll UMIUIIUFV.
PAINTERS 4 PAPER HANGERS.
M. IK fwiill, Mll IIWU
Willi Hill, Inttro nrtlm m I'liMtMllxr Una.
l. II. I'ru.ru. V lr.t, nrlli Kill.
PIANO 4 ORGANS.
Umlikry ln.. lndtwndi'itM.
hid. Mou. Mou.rl'o,J. limii.Ka, rtni1iini.ir.
ftiuihfrn ISirtfli'-Ind lol'iirilnilM mllra.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
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SASH 4 DOORS.
MlK'hrll A HiiliHMimii, Muln lrn-u
M. T.I row, m-r dfml.
Piihllr.C. A. IlllPlin'i.k, Hilliidpnl,
m. j in i J '.mil
SCD WATER MFRS.
II. M. I.lnon, IikIuix-ikIcikd NiiI'I Hank b'lil'g.
K J. Younu, I ml. Nnl'l Hank, up nuilw.
WATCHt-S, CLOCKS 4 JEWELRY.
0. A. Krainnr. Muln ulreot.
W LL BORERS.
GEO. E. BREY,
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A Racking Cough
Curwl by Ayw'i Ohtrrjr Fnotond,
Mi'. 1'. IK Hall, 817 liumwo St,
lHkKrt,N. Y., ay
M0vr thirty y vn, I rWfinlwt
hunting my futhi-r il..rlh tlw wmuli
M I'limtlvd vtlmt ol Aynr't Cliorry
IVt'tornl. Iurl tmtfM nll k d( U
()rlpw, whli h iMuitiuiKil th Itirm of
cnUrrb,ornM of the I linn, hwhuu.
pmilml by am tfrvmlnii rough, I
uiimI vntli.tin rinllp mid prrHtlitloni,
Whll iim nt then nirilli'lnp purllnlly
llfVlmml tit nniiililtift ililtltlii lh lUy,
Bi'in- ol ilium KfToroVil ni utiy rrllif frmii
tluil WuiiKlt- Hrtlon u( the tlliiH wlilrh
would lin me tli ninmmit I mirinpinil
ttili.ilowniiilt!lil. Afimtrnor twi-lvo
mu li nlitliU, 1 wim
Nearly In Despair!
Hi) IiimI almiit dwld. d to lit up nil lit
In my y chnlr, ni.'l pmruro lmt
I.m I rmilil la llint wy. It then mv
rnrwd to inn llmt I lml Ih.iiIi, oJ
A)ri C'lirry I'itrtorl. I took
npnonful dt till prrpurntinn In Hills
witirr, ami m kIi to Hi' down without
rinifliliii;, In A ti-w iiiixiinii I Ml
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PACIFIC COAST. ITEMS.
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I KK KW.1 On UK TIMKS IX IIUIKK.
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Wlna tlir knit Alitt t.ir liiiur
nf l'iiinpiy '. rre glil Tula t
fUm lllrKal Juntlo' trrt,
A trttaly m the Bnn jirimm rtole
Hit rMHInit of a mlli oltlmr mill ta
rmiKh w IiUk try to 11himmm f tb p
Tht PnHfle Count AwKH'ij tion of Flm
rhb'fo mot t Ktn FrnrHpo bmtwwk
In Mitiintil . Mim. Tli ICx.-mpt Fir
nwti nitnrttiltwl the fhlcf iliirlng tbnlr
Iny In th city.
In Ihi" Utillwl SIiiImk rtnmlt rottrt t
Cuiniin, Ney D.mlnl Mnrnliy w(n m
vli'lwl nf nilibiii tb VtiiM BtittHi
iiinU, II i liilma tlint b ilid it mi jk
on thti jtoitmnv,!,
Tli tuiinittin'h rollliit ftolA projr
ttm. liimt fll tiultn fitim Tniimin, A. T.,
form Mm larirwt nntl rli'ht uroupof
iiilnt In lli SoiilbwBtit. Tby w U b
(.JtU-tlill Vrl V lli'lllHl At OIK.
IV. R, tl. Jf'ill, niHniM) of c umiiiK th
donih nf list Kfitt(ick by erimlnnl op
frntlvin. wn fttiniittml nt Hun KriimMwo,
Mian Hhwtilook dlwl cm tb train Hig
from Rrtii Frtn ltHi to IWhIoIa bbrnit a
ynr io, - "
A witfjiut Ima brn Arnilloil for
ttlnt Wllinm Trlmlilu nf U Ang
bw, elmrwiiiir him with Piulwtxllnij l,
8K worth of (linmoiiila, Amirillnit to a
Ht. Loiiia ilinwl.'li, Tli" rnitiilalimnt la
J, M. Ilnlrliliiwin f Mmtiimry, Ala.
Th jury In (ho unit tif Mm. MeWbir
npiluat tlw ("onniM'ttftit Llf Imnr
aiiw poiMjiany nl sm Frnclai 1t'liW
In biT fnror. Tho romiMny rffnaod to
ity lu n!li y on thu life f MWblrir,
1m wit nutr1i.Ri at Frmno. Tb
fni of Hip eoiiiinny wa Hint McWhlr
tt-r eoiumitltal aiili'UR
Thii Vlruink ami Trnuliw mall train
wan held np ami tho rgpiviw ear piltltml
nmt Carwm, Ni', (hie man burnt In
h dian- of the tsirii car and at the
jailnt f a ahittnn nwiln th uiiwnifor
iiatnl tori-r i ha unmcr in tha aaftt. Alxmt
fUlUK) w iir1 hf the robhara,
Jmliu't. Ttwnrr at fUnla Ana rulw thai
tho A3 fto rhnmiil by Jttatlma in rrlml
n1 raa novor ha Imwii a lop! rbnrjii
nKsi'M fh( otmiity. Tlia ft niuat com
out of t!i (bif ntinl, anil wlwn thnw
ar no flow (iiim.iI thira ara no fa
for th jntliii, Tli qnmtlnn affrt
r"ry jusili of (ho jint in tlia atata,
F.viuia and Morri'l wwi anrpHaott in
a cabin In th moimtalna a f-w !nv gn
by a iartr of nWwra, The bamlita dta
covoro.1 the aiiproit'li of tba poaaa and
ri-ttil. In th. i-sbln waa found a large
ammiiit of nniiminlllon aid a quantity
of itvmo-sfl'v Fv '.iailoft bin arHBclat
bati'l lu V! Imrrv to i-t out of riRe of
llu ofti'i-r i Hfica.
p. Imii.i bi ll fiilr lo ns'ittt oiirifwe
tho (olib'ii tv'ltii"' 'Vr' of "in. A an
ailjnttrt to tV rv-n'-v-'-l Int.tt
by tho mail" rich a'rll.-na mn-l hv min
ora, the miv!i'utt hrnro emtnifiMl four
hnr a fHffht toama for tlm jmrpoae of
brinirlint tholr aor aupiitiw from Sao
riiiiicnto, ni tliov c'nliit that iIiiHur the
)wimt bard lliwa frclitbt ratea bntre
tK'ou iHri'nso.i to H'irh an extont thai
oln;i:ir triuif'iaiitntiiin win lx bad by
Mr. Cntharlna E. Hewitt haa been
irranlp'l n divorce at Ran Pleifn from D,
H. Ifowitt, one of theVeallhleat real
ilonta of flint rtty. The romiliiit waa
f-iilnre to jirovldw. flume time aito Mra.
Hewitt bnmilit anlt for a divorce on a
rhnrire of ndnllery, bnt tbla waa with,
drawn. Hewitt airreninn not to opoae
tbeatiit if the eomplnint waa rhanitad,
Tlie evlibmoe adduced allowed Hnwlttto
tiedovoldof fnOicrly inatincta, Althouvfb
he Iiiim lKen wealthy erer alnce hla nuir
rliiR 11 yearn ajro, hla wife and their
two children hnve never lavn properly
Hiiidiod with clothliijf, nnd In cortrt
Mra, Hewitt presented more the apiaiar
ance of a deatltnle peraon than (he wife
of one of Him Pleiro'a wonllbieat rltinena.
Blip tontilled that her S-yearihl aon had
ta-en provided with but two new atttta
of cliifhon dnrinjx hla lifetime, neither of
which coat aa much aa Aa the re
aiilt of eonaiderable anpriflce Mra, Hew
itt bad during the paat few month
aaved up ft, with which ahe tiitendinl to
buy her aon an overcoat, but Hewitt
learned of the fact and took jawaeeaion
of tho money. Mrs. Hewitt waa given
tho ciialoily of the children and waa
awarded f:)0,000 community property.
THE MIDWINTER FAIR.
Prapnrationa for the celebration of
Vermont day are about completed.
Thuradiiy the Elka will take poaaea'
sion of the gronndn,
The Montana, allver atatne will be e
hibltcd at tho fair for a abort time.
Mlchlxan people in Hnn Franciaco
have orK'tnlaml a club and will celebrate
March 13. , ,
The Oreffon Preaa aaaiwintlon, the
Portland Preaa club and the jonmallata
of WaabinRton, and Britiah t'obunbla
have announced their intention of viait
inn the Expoaition.ln a body.
Thoaewho have In charm the ath.
lotto entertainments on the grounds are
contemplating the consummation of a
baaoball league among the public
achoola, high ichoola and collegea and
the amateur baaeliall clubs in San Fran
ciaco and throughout the state,
Tho Columbian Liberty Bell will soon
lie brought from New York to Ban
Franciaco, Plans are being made for
its reception in every city from the
great metropolis to Ban Francisco, It il
ctma woiiaulu tbat tha lohnol nblldraq
of Ban Franciaco will receive the hell
upon lu arrival.
A reduction In the price of almlaalon
from IW to 85 cents ti being strongly
urged upon the fair management by
the newspapers ami general publlo of
Han Fraiiclnoo. It la argued that people
would attend oftener with two-bit
Adnilwiiion, Mid that the fair would
make mora money than by charging
THKNKWS IN "BRIEF.
A CONDENSED COMPILATION OF
Important Maw f All Klait HnlleA'
! ni ArraagMt for tr feapta.
All aaparAaaiM Ward RnaA anil
the Caaeaae af tba Haaa fraaarvad.
Tb BeU telejihone patent baa ex-
The Colorado legialature adjourned
sine die on the Hth Inat.
Kngena, Or., li nnabla to (111 orders
for apples that have come from Dutte,
A strike on all the traimeontlneiitiU
railroaila except the Huutlieru PacUio is
t 'ailet Laden of Oregon aland second
In the elaaa atamllng at West Point for
the ensuing year.
Admiral Bcnuatn'i prompt action in
firing on the itumrgwiU prevented a
blia kadetif Kin harbor.
Chairman Wllam of the ways and
means commit loo haa atartod on a trip
to Mexico, where m will remain several
HUtckholdera of tlie WorldV Colum
bian Kjponltlim will receive aiamt 10
cents on a dollar In return for the In
veatment. The city of Chicago invested
Five hundred miner of Corona, Oa.,
who went out on strike recently, have
returned to work, their diffi-rence With
the company having been aatinfactorily
C. P. Huntington appeared before the
river and harbor committee of the liouae
at Waahingtou and argued in favor of
locating di-ep water lutrtur at Kanta
Heuator Allan, Prmnllst, of Kebraeka
has Introduced a bill in oongreas to pro
vent any United Btatea court iaaulng an
tnjunctlun to restrain the members of a
labor onion from striking. .
Tlie Kentucky legislature baa passed
a resolution requmtiiig the two senators
front Kentucky to voto against tlie con
firmation of the appointment of Wheeler
D. Peck ham to be iuet Use of tlie supreme
The Salvation Army at Chicago pro
pose to try ( Jnlonel H. U. Ingnrsoll in a
tiiiait court, with all the forms of law,
as a Infidel, and will iasue a summons
to him to appear, Ingeraoll treat th
matter with contempt
H. H. Dancroft, the historian, haa
lieen expelled from the Pioneers society
at San FraucUco, The charge agaiuet
Bancroft was that he perverted the his
tory of California into malicioua and
litielous attacks upon pioneers.
Mrs. Hetty Green, a wealthy and ec
centric woman at New York, left her
boarding, bonae l:i Brooklyn two days
after receiving an anonymous communi
cation stating that a plot had been con
cocted to alaluct and bold her for a
Yale's scientific school has added to
its requirements for alinliiou In lHt'l
tattany and French, the latter to 1st
translated at sight in eaay aeutenoes. lu
Latin one more biaik of Virgil is aibbnl,
and also an examination la required iu
certain standard Engliah works. Part
of tlie new reqnlremeuta can lie taken
at the preliminary examinations this
The suit in the probate conrt sf Bt
Paul against the Kittwtu estate for half
of the alleged dower interest of Mra.
Crevter in 13,000,000 left by Commodore
Ktttsoo waa dismissed for lack of proof.
The suit was baaed on the claim that
Mra. Oevier was the first wife of Kitt
son, Tho testimony of Mrs. Crevier's
brother and son, of the priest who mar
ried her to Crevier, and other witneaaea,
waa l against the clnim Mrs. Crevier's
brother and son testifying that she
never never claimed to have been mar
ried to Kittson.
George N. Benson, A lianker at Cliat-
tanooga, Tenn., shot and killid Colonel
3. B. Wert, until recently nnui of thn
bighenf stiiuiliug in evety rc.qiect in
Chattanooga. Liivcna Thomas, a yonng
lawyer, who waa a bystander,' was
stnick in the arm by a bullet and was
painfully wounded. AfUn- the tragedy
Henson coolly proceeded to A lawyer's
office and encaged counsel and then tel
ephoned to the sheriff. The shooting it
the sequel to the divoroe suit brought
by Henson against bis wife, in which
Colonel Wert is named as cornspondeut.
A curious case, which baa attracted
much attention, waa heard by Judge
Whltehonae of the supreme conrt at
Boston. At an Odd Fellows' fair in
Winthrop last March six women guessed
the exact number of pieces in a patch
work quilt, Mrs, Vista PottingiU, who
guessed the right number first, claimed
the quilt and refused to compromise,
Mrs. PottingiU, by legal process, got the
quilt, but the other women dispute the
validity of the award, aa the commission
of the justice of the peace had expired
before he issued the writ of replevin.
The defense, of the woman who haa the
qnilt la that the guessing comes tinder
the law against gambling. The Contest
that has arisen has caused trouble in
two churches and divided the quiet vil
lage of Winthrop into warring factions,
The Brooklyn Public Health society
lias completed a joint committee repre
senting also the National Constitutional
Liberty league, Boston, and the New
York Public Health and Constitutional
Liberty league, and declared in favor of
legislature requiring! 1. Physicians to
write prescriptions legibly and when
possible in English (iml Latin if they
choose), li, That medicines wben cue
penned by physicians nnd others con-
Hlghcat of ail in Lcavenir.j Tower Latet U. S. Gov't Report
laming I'oMmoita liiKt'coicnta snail ha ny
them 'legibly lMd "t'antion. Take
wily as directed " li. Jteslorlug to
very cUir.i t) the right to freely contract
for the M'j-viii of wbunuioevvr b oon
sider comis'tent t treat or heal him or
hla family without rendering the per
son thus employed liable to prosecution,
except for malpractice. The joiut com
mlttee call upon all in syiuuithy with
snch leglsliiliou to adilreaa It at Boom
18. 8ai Maillson avenue. New York City.
The Oreat Northern hii J Illinois Cen
tral have made large earning during
the past six motitlia.
The Uodcy Pnbllahing company of
New York, piililii her of (JisWy's Maga
tlue and other works, haa failed.
The trsnscotiihii-ntal lint areall meet
ing the Union P ilio cut of $4S from
the Missouri river to th Paclllc Coast.
The Kolb party and the Popnllata in
Alabama have united in o)iHisition to
the regular Democratic jmrly and nomi
nated a state ticket.
Tim dispute l-t ween the Union Pacific
and Denver and Oulf rmdvera has lieen
decided in favor of the bitter. Bond in
tomt mtij.t l paid by th Union I'ntdno,
Tlie contrail for the Southiwu Pacific
bridge over the Mieisipil at New Or-;
lean has been given for a-'),0oo,000. This
will give the road an ull-mil entrance
into New Orleans. . . i
The DeiiUMiiitic oongmsaional cam
naign tximmittee was orK.miiiHl by the
election of Senator Faulkner of West
Virginia, chairman; Lawrence Garner,
secretary, J. L. Norria, treasurer.
The receivers of the Northern Paclllc i
and the rcpreaentative of the employee
of that road have reacbml an agreement '
The mieivera will modify the erder re
ducing wages and couido most of the
points made by the nicu.
The sugar schedule is receiving more '
attention at present from the Demo
cratic snl-counniUee engaged on the
tariff bill than any other feature of the
bill, The committee haa not yet de
cided uKin any definite reeotninonda
tiiu, but the chance are that some duty
will be levied uisin sugar. .
The United Slatiw steamer Kearsarge
Is wrecked on a coral reef off Central
America. During a terrific storm the
old warship was driven on the reef. A
atenmer has lsen scut to rescue the
crew. The Kearsarge was one of. the
oldest vessel in the American navy and
had a splendid record aa a fighting ship.
During the rclsdliou the Kearsarge was
In many important engagement.
The Union Pacific employes are about
to ralae the question whether if, as
Judge Dundy strys, they are employes
of the United Slate court, they ought
not to be paid on the baais of the United
State working day of eight honrs, in
stead of on a corporate basis of 10 to 16
honrs. Eugene Delia, president of the
American Railway federation, thinks
this position can be maintained, and it
I umh'ratood will work to this end.
United States Engineer William F.
Bhunk, who conducted the great survey
for the international railway through
Mexico and South American states, has
completed his report and will place it in
the hands of the intercontinental com
mlasion at Washington soon. Tlie re
port will ssy the scheme is entirely feas
ible and everything favorsble for the
improvement. The eatiuiated cost of
building the roadbed and bridges is
JC'S.iHW.iHK), and it will require 10 years
to complete the read.
New York anarchists are after Chaun
cey M. De)'W, the Vanderbilta and Mrs.
Coleman Drayton. Mr. Depew's butler
recently found a placard with the fol
lowing warning, written in Latin, on
doors "Brothers, remember the glorious
example of Vaillaut. Death to the rich
man. This la a marked man. Warn
all, By the will of the common people."
Under this was a picture of a bomb.
The residences of several other promi
nent wealthy people were decorated with
a similar notice.
Iron wood, Mich., is the latest pros
pective bidder for the Corliett-Jacksnn
fight. This is a small island in the Mon
treal river near there, between tho states
of Wisconsin and Michigan, which was
never surveyed and still belongs to the
United States government Iron-
wood haa recently had considera
ble trouble in placing u large issue of
8-per cent gold bonds, and it is proposed
by the local sports to offer $00,000 of
these bonus as a pne for the fight. The
suggestion meets with much favor
among membera of the city council, as
the receipts from the fight would not the
local government nearly par for the
In the case of Mra. Leuse, who was re-
mnvnd from the Kansas state boiird of
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Used in Millions of "
crmnrtes ol mat state, the supreme conn
held the governor had do right tore
move her or imtnt a successor, u she
was appointed for one year and confirmed
by tlie senate, unless charge are pre
ferred and sustained, and that Freeborn,
who has been acting as her successor, i
a usurper, Tlie dec Won I unanimous.
Mrs. Lease says says she intended to re
sign, the salary I no object, but the
learn the governor has a plan to charge
bar with bribery in letting contract for
supplies to the state instit ution. The,'
lie says, are false, and she propose to
rrnmtiu In office and light them.
After three trial at Crawfordsville,
Intl., Edward Brown the alleged train
robber atands acquitted. The ease U
peculiar and has attracted widespread
attention from the fact, probably, that
the unsupported story of Brown, an ac
knowledged tramp, wa accepted in
preference to the comlilned testimony of
everal reputable and trusted employe
of the American Express company. One
night lust August a number of tramp
boarded an maetbonnd Big Four passen
ger train. They rode on the front of a
baggage car, expecting to beat their
way, but a row wa precipitated be
tween them and the trainmen and sev
eral shot were fired. Brown was
picked up near the track later, suffering
from two bullet woumls, and stated that
tome unknown psrty bad shot hitn
while crouched on the platform of the
car. The express messenger said there
bad been a a bold attempt at expre
robbery; that Browu bad entered the
car at the head of a gang of desperate
bandits bent on plunder, and umrder if
need 1m; that all were armed and a
a shower of bullets was exchanged. The
friendless trump's straightforward
etory was accepted and It is believed the
trainmen shot Brown without provoca
tion and that the robbery story ia an At
tempt to shield themselves iu caaj tlie
men died. Brown will jring suit for
dOIAHS. .', .: . " '
Tha earih Jfaanvv.
The earth does not travel at the same
rate all through Its journey. . Its orbit
being elliptical, It must at some time
approach nearer to the sun than itl
others and will take less time in mov
ing through one part of its path t),.m
through another. In winter the earth
I nearer the sun than in summer and
move through space more rapidly. On
Jan. 1 the earth is about 8.000,000
mill nearer the sun than it ia on July
1, and as the velocity of A planet in
crease with it nearness to the sun th
earth passes over one-half of its orbit
In lesa time than over the other half.
Between the vernal equinox, Which
happen on March 3! and the autnmiial
equinox, which falls on Sept, 29. the
earth is 1H8 days in accomplishing that
half of her journey round the son,
while the other half occupies only 17.)
day. It has been wild that owing to
the friction caused by the tides nud
other reasons, the eurth is moving more
slowly than it used to da, and that the
day are consequently lengthening, bnt
as this is only to the extent of half a
second in a century it will be a long
time before there will be any apparent
difference. Brooklyn Eagle.
If individual character influence in
dividnal handwriting, national charac
ter should influence national handwrit
ing. Authorities tell us that such is the
case; that the art of the Italian, the
pride of the Spaniard, the vivacity of
the Frenchman, are all displayed in
It may be so, but as a rule It would
take an expert or an enthusiast 'to toll
the difference between the writing of
the shrewd Scotchman,, the staid Eng
lishman and the lively irishman. Ger
man handwriting, however, is truly in
dicative of the national character; it
requires nearly as much patience to
lead it as to write it.
On the other band, one seeks in vain
to discover the temper of a Jew from
the dots and points of Hebrew or to de
cipher the character of Mr, Pitman
from the phonetic alphabet Cham
bers' Journal. -
Trantmant of Cholera.
, Dr. Norman Kerr, the London physi
cian, was asked, . " What treatment
would you say is a wise one in case of
choleraic seizure?" He answered: "If
I had cholera, after a first prelimlary
treatment for, the diarrhea, I would
, rather have no physic, 1 would take lots
'of hot and cold water ad libitum, in
tact. And 1 would keep myself in sur
roundings of warmth. I would ratherv
have that treatment than all the nicdi
oinos In the world. "London Ex
change. HONORS' WORLD'S FAIR.
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