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BANDON RECORDER. ?R5SSSSS" tlmt liltlt- verao over mid keep DANGER FROM OVEREATING
u joj T-k "t" igj my hands 'usymnklng pretty things,'1
g rULLY JLARKJN.
Itunt.lly Oflrn Cntiaed br Too I.ltior.
a 1 I ml tl I irnn n I U 1' II f 1 .1
f . . .ill I.. I
11 -cms to roiiy mm urn r i.u.u s fcnowu ,Q tj0 few mejcal
crippled hoy preached it sermon to in . ,ilat ,natlJ. ca)!M ot insanity are
mi, or ii u whs 1101 u Heriiion u was 1111 directly due. to overeating and the con
It has always been u invstorv to Poll v rrow cent from the bow of triltli wing- sequent abKorptlon Into tlie circulation
that linzliii should l. iillowi-d in mr Ing Its way home'swlftiiiid sure. With of toxic matters (mm the Intestinal
, '! college. Kr, the high standard theso "l''- farth mid good will to man" "-act. and melancholia, whether In mild
, eol.egi mo ruled nt, Ml, at homo In our hearty and o,.r hands busy wo v TZt
nr.n. and abroad, wo hs,l; for something wl I not have thnu for bitter or unchar- Sertoli
RmnpBrnllvr I.i.iikim Itr.
It has often been lemiiiked that
while nothing Is so uncertain ns the du
ration of any given hmnan life nothing
Is more certain than the aggregate of
years which may be assigned to a
group of 100 persons or more at
particular age. The expectation of
at a given ago, to use the actuarial
phraio, differs considerably, ns might noble mid manly in their momlM'rs, mid liable thoughts, but will go about our proptrly referable t(J a bad state of the
he expected. In different countries, and that their moral tone mid principle as work cheerfully and contentedly, doing ,0(M frcmi tllIs uto tojccixila. as are In
IJhgllshiuoii may be surprised to learn w,.l will bo soeluvated that they would whatever our bands find for u to do. ,.eil .i( ojteeedlnglv eiuherant spirits
...... i.e.. ..... uui iiiu luom-ni .mug abhor tho very Idea of Inlllctlng pain, -' eali all receive the mesongc the of old or young at times. Just as we
'" u"fi ' m"! ,!r'!,C lim ...n , ... Mb bodily mid mentally, on a fellow husy little ls.y has sent out so mi- observe In alcoholic poisoning, some
average hemthimVexpeefto i " fi " ''nly nn.l brave this thought.,,!,- and .smell t by the prac- h-dlvjluals are '
ve.tis.nnd anv life nlllee will utnui l.l.n '"'" Is when you slop (o think about tlco of It, for he has given lis another . .' . "n,urtH,v .nthcr'' aro maile
a policy based on that probability. The U - "core or more students pouncing "flolden Utile." ypw ,,f con,lltl0n of affairs
American's expectation Is for a slightly one defenseless member and putting j lliut t rather n w,c plan for us all to
"s" I'""". " . uiiiui ihumi, u i.i.n uiiougii an sons oi loriuro ue-smcs fj-jlu ,1(.r ,.,, .l0 . carving hp, consider rather the needs of the or
f liirtitn ii Ifitl if "(I niiti nniint ntw,i Hill.. I I in it. . . I
iiiimiiiaung nun in every way iiiuir ..-,, ....... .....i ,.,.rnliiL' wlint It Is to mi gnnisni for food than tlie mere qucs
own distorted uilmis can conliiro up. hlinmul, tl... unrl.l u-m,i ,,,,,r,,,rl,r thin of palate tickling, to aim to cat
'limy aro woro than barbarians, for r complaining, altlmugli he Is d.sm.ed ",H,'' of 1 f1"1 fcd anil enough
from the latter wo expect nothing else to Is-an Invalid all his life has devoted ! Il-,ll.n,t "ot 100 "'"ch-to have
lu.l .ii... i ci..., i........... ,iV to 's an iiiMillil all bis lift, lias devoted , coml,OIls ab()llt rght wla.n we
i. ii. ... i . . V , 1 ll,,H' 10 "H t,,"or-",x 1,11,1 'iHiicrt ,a,.e om. lmn , Mct ,0 trj. nnJ
ioiij wanie.1 to say i.nno! lor llio all(1 ,H.,.it-. He has become finite a
loligatloll. I'ossllily tlie Detter feeding .oiing coilego stlldelil Wild leceilliy ,I,,,f,.i.r ..nil ho iln. wh tin. dalntv little ui. net frn... ,, ,.,m.H- ..ns.i.nl nnlm nt
e , ... ..... i ii ...... I k I 1 J
ii... i iuiiiiiiK .....i-iiuium 111 uu: lower sushi on a eowarillV lia.imr .any ny ,,., ,,M ,i.i,,,, f- ,,,,, ,,,.. .,, i. i. nilu.r wnv run sonon.
classes of the population are the prlml the Use of bis pistol. ,.., r.,rn..u aii ..r i.i-'-,.rk l J the hluhe.w nosslhle decree of nl.asure
jt jji not accepted, but he Is never dl-eoiir
,,. ,, . ,. .. aged, for when he does sell his designs
iiii.u.n ... in..- . ..... ii.". .... mi .,. , , , - ,.
. ,, , , he gets a gMd price for them. I hen
rank cowan N. "hey would not aro ,. , , , . 1 ...... .
...... . . ' . . ii. he has shown a great dI of la-lu in
.... ri- .tavJ.l ,1,1.11 rillliJl.li.l.l.,, I't.l
band together lo carry out their da
more than :!tl years mid n half.
It would seem, therefore, that the
restlessness attributed to the American
temperament does not necessarily con
dine to the shortening of llfo nor the
composure of tjie (Ionium to Its pro
pal causes of their greater longevity
Their position Is, at any rate, inal'i
tallied In later as well as In earlier
The America!! u lio has reached 00
mny look to complete II years mor
on the average, while by acting thus
sensibly we may enjoy practical Itn
luunlty from 1 l-.-n .
The more exercise we take under
proper conditions, the more we are ex
drawing design for new wall papers, ,sed lo cold, and the clearer we keep
and a friend who sees great talent in bis from excess In clothing the more we
work has Ism instrumental ill selling may eat; hence, In order to enjoy the
them ton big wall paper manufactory fullest measiue of table pleasures, we
t.. i... .. ..t ,1 ....... i musi live aeiiveiv. w.Mir ns inn., ruiin
Henchman's prospect Is Utile belter so oulragcoudy treated that be Is now . . ' ' ' . " ln as Is consiMent with roinfort and
than the Cerman's mid a Utile wore yinK at the point ordeatli at bis borne. ""rul ,w XIK "" "H rsiihiii (j0 fon-ltl.-rjil.!.. "to.iKlilnK--isom.Tlini.-s
than the Hiiglls an's.-London (llobe .,.,. ',r , v . lo appeal when placed iisn the mat- i,, dwilmr. With all this we
,," .... ,: ., , hl'i, aim soiuuoi ineiu are pericei gums mIu.iiI.1 ink.
wlill. tin Itrlf IsIiit'h oTnoflalloii Is r.n.
ly about Kl years and 10 months and tardly work. One young victim died
the (.orniairs as nearly as possible 11! wllliln tlie last few weeks as the result
months loss. Uoth at "0 and at (V) the of ha.lim. Another .voiinu man was
II Klllr.t the llrnr.
A mail who had experience In Alakn
was listening to a group of citizens dis
cussing the weather and broke In on
the In lie thus:
"Pshaw. . vim fellows don't know what
ehniiKcahle weather Is. You think It's
always cold In Alaska, do you? Well,
Just let me tell ou a Utile persunal ex
perlence of mine. One day I went
hunting with u party of miners. Tho
weather was ipiUe warm when wi
started, and I perspired freely. .Sun
ilenly It turned bitterly cold, and Ian,"
Icicles formed on my whiskers (I had
parties that have resulted fatally is no
lows n murderer Hum the murderous
convict upon whom the gates of the
penitentiary have been closed for the
last time shutting out to him the out
side world. I wonder why such liru-
tnllly Is allowed In exist and why It
cannot be stamped out forever ami a
day fi imi oiirgreal Institutions. if loam
lug. Ilalng Is a blot upon the fair
lialue of tlue colleges, Isith at home
I ami abroad, and yet it is tolerated, the
facilllltM seeming not to Is.1 able lo cope
Willi the trouble or punish the IiihII
our meats nt times when
III exiiilslte. ami graceful coloring ami I the body or 1 nil In Is not overtired, and
design. All of Ills magn.lne studios are when we "have leisure to digest." and.
black and whltucllecls. Iliialins high of all things. e should neor eat un
for he hsiks forward lo tin- time when I'-ss we ate hungry. To eat without an
hecalisave his iin.iiev nnlll lioenii .r.. "I'petUe Is -elf abuse of the most
to ICuroiieni vote 1,1s lime I,. slniK-. ""inn win. f it iiuor.is no pleasure
ii..,, ., , , Mind Is prniliiolhe of d sease. Physical
lug bis Moved nit among the works of I r 'ult iiri'
nsom musters, ami no llnniy believes
that he will see the time when bis fond
anticipations will be reall.cd and that
he will paint n picture that will bring
him lsitli fame and money. There
NOT IN THE PLAY.
grown a full heard). Crossing a small gators of these hiulng parties. The
i-Hiijoii. i rni.ie nice in nice wnn a irg, Higher education, rellneiiient and cult-
ugly looking bear. I hud nothing but
powder In my gun. and the man with
the cnitililges was away behind me, so
as a desperate resort I niiimied Hie
Icicles from my beanl Into the gun mid
"And what happened?" said um- of
the ciowd engeily.
"Why. I struck him squarely In the
head and killed him."
"Killed him? Impossible!" chorused
'Itiil It did, I tell you. The tempera
urn one would think would possess
these students to such an extent that
thuy would scorn to lend a hand lo any
thing so Ignoble and so cruel. No one
can blame a student for carrying a pis
tol and using It to good advantage when
he is mnlcstisl by a lot of cowatdly law-
em. doing back to the student who
lias leceiitly dl"das the result of ha.lng
at the bands of these student cranks,
(he faculty, for the good of the college,
, f'i.n. Vl.f. Ti o Aotnra Dlnpln e.l
Prewenrt- of Xl.ul
V l...( (1..... ...... n ......... ...uKl..n.
. i a. , , , I . rt.o.i , iiiu.- ....,' iitn.tfi .1.1.
r "' ""'- ".M.eos..ii..i. ...i mis ,,1V W!H ,,,,. B,VIM n an 11lM
earth to atone for tlie siillerlllg that lias diealer. The king had to read his
been Ills portion for nearly all of Ills speech fii.m the throne, lie was sur
young life and whlcli has been Isirne so rounded l.y the court, all the repre
patiently and lincomplallilngl v, ami if senlatlve imliles of the nation, the gov
the g.sid wishes of friends have anv crni.rs of the provinces ami the heads
weight, be will yet wear the wreath of
lauiel and carry the palm of victory in
Water lor li-ulcni Siberia.
On the Mastern section of tlicSllsTiaii
of the arnn
Clad In his magulllccnt rolies (lined
with riilil.lt sKlin he stalked majestic
ally across the stage, and. with titling
hauteur, slowly ascended the steps
I'Midliig to the throne. 1'very one bowed
low ami the eliaucellor handed to his
majesty the parchment roll from which
lo read the royal speech.
All walled attentively to catch the
lino maidenly turned warm again, melt- r na.mg nan iioiniug in no naiiway me waier supply is a iiimcini words ri.iia the royal lips, hut his maj-
lug tlie Icicles, and the hear died fiom I Willi Ills dcatli, ami (hat lio left schisil proiiiem. ui (lie llllirll water stations csi touu.l. I.. Ills chagrin, that the
on the bralu." Detroit Kieo
localise lie was licliiml in his studies llieie Is only one which can calculate 'on was main. I he speech was long
and that he had never bis'ii looked upon upon i tiiiuous supply from a river !n,,i ll,Hl "ol ''ecu committed to mom-
with favor l.y the rest of the nuplls. It M the Oiion); all thcolher rivers the line
Is a pily that II.... charge ha it pas-es fieeze to the !.((,. n. during the . . ' " K' Vuml w."
heei ule sooner, for dead men tell no winter. Long pipes in the ground are I ..... ,.M. ,.. ..,,.. , ' ,'. ,,' , ,,
tales and they can oiler no defense to vlitually no igisid on account of the fu nervice. A bright thoiiL-ht insse.1
such mi accusation. Kvcty nancr In earth being always froen; also most of throiigl. tlie royal brain.
the universe ami evorv right-minded 'bo lakis frecc to the iMittom mid their Having glanc.sl over tlie mil ns if t,
I'he piasantiy. iiuliiiated by the stiong tiersou should doiiomice halne- mill water Is also list salt. Tin. few fns.li gather the gist of the sneeeli. 1. neb.
Irish love of learning, built It for him. frnu ii ihiwn II it. in it i.i I .vi..r v.,rii,,,w ,.-,, i,i u.ni.. folded It and liande.l li hurl- i ti,..
Just ns In model ii days they assemble cease I. exist. It would I... well l,.,,.J l i.Ii., onn..s,iie..llc II l.ns chancellor with the c.u :
gauli. Mieletlm for the proveutlou of necessary to sink wells as close to tlie 'i' "'1
cruelly to their fellow-man in these In- waler loweix as their safety will allow. , , , , ,Vr i. . i . o 1
l r .' ' "
...u, ....ii. u.c ous... iiiu o.weij. iciied It. only t.. discover the royal
ale so cased ill that they call ho heated pleasantry, wheroiip.m. again rolling
'I'l.o trial. Meilm- Nrl.onl.
The educational slructuto for which,
taking advantage ( the lolcratlnn of
government, the hedge schoolmaster
aliamh.iioil hln nl fresco cstahllslimcut
uiih i. .. uiiiume one or Its kind.
and htilhl huts for evicted tenants
It w;iih not a very fnrmldalile under
taking. A deep, dry illlch or trench by
tho loiidslde was itaually selected foi
the site At the side of the trench tin
e.M'ii villi. ui of the reipilslte aica was
dug. .i that the clay bank fotmeil thro,
side of the inclomirc. This simc.I tie
trouble of building walls. Then the
stllutloiis of leiilliliig.
I said not long ago there weic wavs
and ways of making a living, and the
other day I heard how two frail little
fiom the englnc-hou-c, al-.i tho wells the parchment up mid taking from his
can Is' heated cither by steam or hv "iinst mo resplendent tin order, he
special stoves. The water which these
wcllssupply is, however, al froiiiont-
foiuth side, or fiont side wall, with a cripple bad solved the ptohleni of life, , . .. " f ' . 1 .. . ,
door and two windows, was built of as far as taking care of tl.oin.clvw Is ! , ,' . ' V 1 t ,
LM-..OH sods l .i.l it. e,n,rM.,u u t.ii., .i, i , , ,, . V .r hack, tlie system, so far as constructed,
Mien sous I. uu in (oiiims. while sine eoneerniMl. One is a weak little fellow , L i, ,. ,, . .. ,,
..... .. ,. ., l aeu ,o w e re. uu- ,,f ,.,.w. , tNU,V4, ymnt , ,mM
is! height and pointed the mi hie ends. .. .
v..., ............ .....I ....... i. . ..... .. .. ".v ocoii auiicieii win spinal ami Dtp
i,-.n ...... m.ir. c.u .it.. ( I . , , . . ,
iu,...mi U-.M..I ...,i i .i... 'rouble and whoso short life lias seen
straw limes ami withes formed nothing but sitlll'ilng and long weary
roof timbers. Over these were spread Mays and nights as he lay on bis little
brambles, then came a layer f couch in the w iudowor sat U.Utcic.l up
"semws." or slabs of healthy bog sur- in chairs to nut himself for a little
seems Inolllclcnt and calls for eonsht-
ruble Improvements. It has al-o been
suggested to store and melt Ice, lint this
has not Ihs'U tiled.
laid them together at the king's feet,
"Your majesty, as I catniot read the
speech. I lender my leslgnatloti." ami
walked off the stage.
THE MUSKOX IN SWEDEN
In Sweden the Industry of raising the
musk ox for Its tleeco has been started
on a large scale, say the New York
After making many unsuccessful at
tempts the liolkhoff arctic expedition
which several seasons ago returned to
Sweden from Oreetilaud, succeeded In
there capturing alive two calves of the
musk ox. a male ami a female, and lu
bringing them to .Sweden In good con
dltloii In this way the musk ox Indus
At present there Is a large herd of
these animals, which are being cared
for on a farm In northern .Sweden,
where all conditions are apparently
tillable for their development.
The niuk ox (Ovlhas moschatus) Is a
singular animal. In appearance resem
hi lug both an ox and a sheep, ns the
sclcntilic name. Ovlhas." Implies.
Its Introduction Into Sweden will ho
of gteal beuetlt lo that country In the
opinion of Kol'.lnilf, who In tlat contra
diction to i he statements of the older
rut. legists mi.is that the llcsti of the an
limtl Is not merely edible, hut of very
agi.inlile llavor. As a fully developed
tmisl, .ix weighs about 1..'00 pounds
this is an Important consideration.
Itiil the principal wilue of tho aiilina
lies In Its heavy llcece of dark brown
wool or cMriinr.lluarlly flue liber. The
fleece of a single musk ox outweighs
lli'.se nf I'll sheep.
Queer 1 1 1 1 o ... Ml .. of nil Irish I'npfr,
Thole s same humor In the Lngllsh
chaiacler. I 'or mouths the British guv
eminent has been directing Its postnf-
lice lo steal anil destroy tlie copies of
The ('tilted Irishman for which Un
said postotllce hail accepted mntiey foi
delivery Tluee times tlie Itrltlsh po
Ike have raided the shops of uevu
venders to seize all copies of tlie papei
they could Had. and time after thai
vigilant constables and detectives hav.
entered news agents' shops In Irish
country towns and even lu Dublin i
Intimidate our agents, and now the
Itrltlsh museum has come down on us
It wants a complete tile of our papet
When we received the demand, tin
humor of the situation struck us so
much we fell unable to reply. This
has Irritated the museum people, who
now solemnly threaten us with the
terrors of the Itrltlsh law for not for
warding them our highly "seditious"
llteratmc If the Itrltlsh museum will
arrange with the lirltlsh government
nut to steal the papers in transit f.u
this occasion only wc shall be happ.v
to forward it a Ille.-Ouhllu United
face, and over all a thatching of rush
es. The on i thou Hour was pared to an
approach to a level, tho rubbish ch aied
away, ami a pHthway made to the pub
lic load. There was your hedge s.bo ,-
houso, ivndv for hualucM. I loos Ins '
i:.'..n..i..leiil Trull. Iiiu .if llii.incrs.
The method used lu the I'nltisl States
navy for the economical triilnluu of the
gunners U very Interesting It Is a
well known fact that the cot of tiring
one of the large guns used lu I lie iihv v
while, lie lonlltfed colly in life that
his widowed mother had all she could
It.- ll.-il tier.
A speech which hud a pathetic as
well as an amusing side Is said to hav
been made by an old New Hampshire
man on the occasion of Ids second wed
".Neighbors," he salt) to those who
had witnessed the simple ceremony
"you all know that this g.Mid frlem
that s consented t. marry me Is some
thing of a stranger In our town. Now
I feel kind of lusitlllcleiit. being otilv a
man. to make her ncpialntcd with cv
New Theory ol Universe,
According to Dr. SkworUow of Khar-
kow, the fundamental form of energy
In the iiiiIvcim' Iseloclriolly. In a re
in lo MipiHirl her little family, nn.l ho cent publication head vatic.-the theory
lay on bis couch day alter day w Itli his that (he phenomena of light, beat and
while patient little face turned to the elootiiolty on the earth ate due lo oloi-
wlmlow, npiiniciilly ga.lug out, hutMi''H'mmictle currents Induced by tlieh.rybo.ly ns tttilck as I'd like to. So
wing nothing, for lie was tinning over I'nmnry current in the sun. In tltoitp-1 I'm a-going to depend on you women
the problem In his iiiiu.l how he could per ami mini' itirilled layers of the air I folks," he added, w Itli a confiding stnih
dosoinetblitg to ust hi mother. At "k'1' I" produced as we sis- It ill the nt members of the gentler sex. "to
Ih.1 the way opened through an ,,ver- M'',,,l''"' "de. In the lower lasers, " M' 1 . ,K J"s,
ll...l,.il fr I .....I f.. ,i... i.... where the t.l.i.. I s, ,,;..,- ,N '" llrst "'f" ",,"'l ,1" If "he was
, . . 7 i. .. i . . . 7 . f here today. I miss her consld'iahle all
year helms Us-n making decorations I ltit Is produced, but the principal m- ,i, , ,.. ., '
Is very iciont. amounting sometimes to ' nnsinms trw. ami this I. what cniuuiaioi i neat is tne s.ui.i pan ot don like this!
? 1,000 or more To ante this cImiini he diss.: He taken walnuts for one "'e earth. Water, Is'lng a gmwl con
n vury simple iiiethiHl la oiuplojed. In thing, ami with a sharp knife he euro- 'htclorof cloctilclty, ixiiiitilits compara
llie imt of llie lartc guns mi ordluur.v fully M'arati the shells, take out the lively sdd. The varying conditions,
mint, and Inserting!! Utile cord leaving l,ily of the sun Itself, but al-o of
loop to liatiK It up hv, he Kluofttho I tlie wirtli relative to tbesiiii ami other
shells together ami when dry .IIm tlieni I heovciily Isslhw, aiv constantly pro-
lit ll.Ulil gvd.l Inomus
lt.Ulllllgtoli rllhl Is MH'iinsI lu (he brooch
of the gun nud directly In llie .eiitei
or tilt) bore, mi that when It l tired Its
bullet takes the same dircvlloii us that
of the ivgulnr proJiH'tile. The Inrg.
gnu Is dIrIUihI in the usual imimier.
I ti..t''..i.n.ii..lnll..u: si.i..., rirU,
"One hundred two's?" said the post
jtlliv clerk "Yes, ma'am."
"And charge them to Mr. Nevvllwisl
"Sorrr i....',.... I..t..pr.i,.,.hl .),.
I he iiilt is a I iueiiig sisNimtary tlmiucist) current, as tlerk. "but wenin't do that."
sirl,llng little gold nut for the ttvs', l,llt forward by the author In his "New
On account of the ler velm-lty of the IcreHtlim a bilulit s.t that Is a delight 1 hcorlex of the Culvcrsc."
simill hllllet the tsiiiet U placisl clow to tlie ww folks, lu miuic of them be
to t. ship and is nmdo iHrreKiiidliif I has mkeu a new ilfnrturt and in the Pholojupli In a Horw' Ey.
Tim "m.'iho.l ..- -i r. .. ... . a i . " ,ta,u,-v "f ",h'ml ' ' Wvun of Ailiim, Kas has a
or &r mm. g u s slllrlitly lUffer ''''; '''--y llt.lo Usl a tiny ,,, acconllng to re.sirl, In whose
rSTir'Sf''. that when the right eve then. Is a ol,.. Lrnml, fsl.
.... r.i- ..tti-Ml ir, n,,,H. ...If 11 I..,,, ,. ,. . . - - l C - I . . .
woo.li.li .n .In....... ...rtri.i.... ii... ......... HM lrmwi theie was a reward for llvan's wlfo. Ho has Usn oH'.msl f.'jm their troubles
hIio as the recular cartridge I i lm' ""' "lrl f,,r "'' breaking of her f..r the horse, but ho refuse, to sell It. son -Itet j.mr life I du. Oust.
"You can't?" the .voting bride o
llainiisl Indignantly. "My lnislsitid's
nsllt Is gind everywhere, and. besides,
ive ahvavs get our letters from you!"
iiiii ii.tt'es tf Wr.lllh,
Wrest -Tell you, friend, the rich has
Ijluyed. Through the cvutcr of this Bm .miih mil. nil U only one of his The photogniph s M,,l t Ua m-rftvi "'' ''"'"" l"'r oi pms. i roumi
wikmIhii cartridge nma a rlUe bwrrfl imvcUl,. taki. tiul.sl p,- ikemss. Mrs. Sullivan was standing l''lwr'f clinngln things from one
dlthma.liinlag'Su'nhe'gm, "b , ' h, 2 T' ' .:T ?' 'H"'W
. - " - - .i' '.- .i.,., nun ti ui. i ' n 'i ii i i in,, . iiiiw
crow practice In loading as well as u
Whlto 1 liudviklaud young Citsili
lost all the money his father left him
on tho nice, and he's now looking fur
u Job, lie won't hnu so soft a thing
us he has hud.
Urown-Oh. 1 don't know, llo'll hnvo
a soft thing as lung as ho dosti't lose
his head. Chicago News.
little ellivU for Niiihs tnw dissinni,m. L.,.,,1,
tllllionrs ill the luirvo's oi-e
c-tiiiiooi ineiu are veruaiilO .Minis tail lis. sight Is not lltl'eotisl
sparKiing iii aiiwr ami (fold tln. and
dlauuiml dust. ThU U what he said to
a parly who tlmuKblewly akis him It
he. lid not gvt lirvsl of the work ami If
hu would not like to play ami run
alsHil Ilk other little hoys, "No," ho
mill, III hU patient little vulco that told
or mug MiiiertiiK and eudumiuv, "I
'I'll,, I Wslrr sinrls I Ire.
. iKirn ill ii.'igiiiui was set on tire
by a shower I no farmer plaosl a
illlNUtltv of om. Lllino near a shed mid
California product alsiut ni ounces left it there all night. In the course
of platinum aiiuualh, which Is pnietl-lof tin' night ruin fell on the lime, nt
cally all prtMliicisI In the I'nltwl .States. th ht Um. develowsl b.s'atac .i
l lie world's stum v iMiiic from Itiissbi. ''" ' shed on lire.
"This," Mild the eminent purumtlo
gist, "Is the hump of lutelllteneo,
The stiviigthof a Ikm litis Imsmi shown
to tiVcriiL'O iilsint fa) iw.r oiini .if tbu
.. ...i ... i .. .... . .. .1 . ----- ....
i.Ks. ... im twuy anil s.imelllllis. 1 Utlvimt 1. f a tlirur.
i i. . . . I
Bum., un huh w neu i am working mi
y iiinwuiaa m iieoumtloiis i f,l Theiv aro imw W),T1S Clirttlau Hie
' 'ii Hmie account after all ami ,ivor SHiUithts III the world, with ,
tllllt I IIIU hcllillllf lllniniim i.n.l I Le.m .imoiki ,l-.
"II....I, 1,,, I... ... .... I . . - '" "
"-"' 'i.. I.......... .'uii.il itwiviiiL? iivnr ui nivkir .....n.
o spordllleally" prated VnC V.. ' I will u '.7; 1. " .7 . .
in It that uwkM you ftil gum I and Htrt
uf mhiIdiiImI with your hit. I don't
have time to Isitlur thinking over what
1 Mould like to huc Uvn, when 1 kivp
"My hald ain't felt good Hiiira du ule
woman nipped uto dur whl n rolllu plu.
an yo' bet I'm got iiuirv 'tellla-euce In
Out hump dun tor get lu 'cr wnj eigln."
Hu. cultivation of oduni III China
Ugaii wit sovvtuty yws au.
The world lis (hrxv ami a hall mill
loll stivl K'tis a day.
A I-oihIoii plumber has arrungint a
new system of burglar alarm by means
at eoujprese.l air When the imnWru
Hill Slkes owns a window or s door.
I be cuuiinsMHl sir blows a policeman's
whistle snd lights au electric lamp to
net a a guide mi that the man In blue
ball kuow w here he Is wanted
Among ihe pint hunters of kang.
runs lu Weiem Australia arv 27 wo
nn It Is a professional business,
and there arv atKiut 123 persons who
uiuke u ihtir rvgul.tr buslucs to hunt
aud lamurv the uulmaU.
To Settle Aim. ......
I'miiels II. C'lergue. the "Cecil
Ithode.s of C'anada," who has sailed for
higlautl. wilt open an Immigration
tgeucy lu London ami arrange to send
f.txt Immigrants a month to settle hi
Algouia Many of these are to be skill
ed workmen, whose services will he
utilized in the Industrial works In proe
ess of development at the Saiilt. "Om
agreement with the Ontario govern
ment for the construction of the Al-
goma Central railway." ho said before
sailing, "calls for the location of 10,000
aeltlers lu Algouia. We have already
placed that number of persons lu new
Ontario, and. as I have stated, I am
about to Institute plans to settle GOO
more a mouth for a period of live
ears. People here have no Idea of tho
Ho at which settlement will go on In
that part of Ontario. I venture tho
prediction that within ten years G.OOO.
(KM) people will have found homes
Ilnllr.mil A ft' I drills Ilure In .Virile...
Itallway accidents down In Mexico
are very serious affairs for those who
arc responsible for them. They do uot
exactly chain their directors to the
cowcatchers on their trains, but they
have a law which makes a fatal accl
dent on a railroad train punishable with
denlh to the person or persons through
whose Ignorance or caieiessness such
an accident occurs. This explains tin
sudden disappearance of the engineer
nun llreinan of the latest w recked train
down there and the threat to lyuch
them lest they might escape across the
border before being overtaken by the
otllceis of the law It Is stipeitluo'tis to
rcmaik that railroad accidents are of
comparatively rare occurrence In Mesl
co. Iloston Herald.
ti there i!"u. In lk ur ikr
Tbr lorgeti th niUilon It Uth en Mir
I. ih-re itir In th curtiln ot night
Tim torgeti to thine lth ridlc brllhtt
ti mere bu'l In BtM or boer
Thai totgeti 10 bhwsom Into 6oerT
Tl.e lou.K th t nJ Boaen bright
In l.uiliul ti.uire ipeak forth God might,
While e, (rail cruturei of the duit,
Koriet. ab. b " iMt; ,
We atanl .niptr UanJeJ, hile all arouM
There ar. In" to brighten, now rrow UunJ.
There are iff width bftJ iiM
n,at .;ul.l ! ' waie hrt Ita Journe through.
A kind el '.re. a sxl deed there,
Woul.l ait.r ...eel blelngi eierywhere.
- Anna T lUtlman In Philadelphia llulletln.
A RAV YOUNG LAWYER.
Ills First " InlrotlnciMl HI'" ,0
I iiiiteiiipt of Court.
Some of the members of the bar were
discussing contempt cases because of
a recent notable event In tho state, and
one of the little coterie related a per
I rend law at home and had my ex
aminations through a urno coumu
huoer who knew a great deal, uui
ti-ver hud a big case and was notorious
for his ability In abusing Justices or
the peace. It may seem a prcitusiui-
oils statement, but 1 nan never ueam
.,r thought of such a thing as contempt
of court w hen 1 had my llrst profes- j
slolial cMierieiice in a common picas
FACTS IN A FEW LIN&
I There arc ouly 50 Chinese new'
pers m cmua.
I There are L'O.OW.OOO tous of
I brought Into London every year.
Apples and several other AuiuV
fruits are eiorieu packed In
shredded iiarn or tne tea tree.
I Window plants In (Jertnauy arp
watered with cold tea or coffee,
effects are said to he beneficial. '
It Is said that lu Kansas 75 peri1
tt the newspapers use the wordp
wale" lu preference to "woman." "
There Is a inula at Torkla, M0. I'
years old, and he Is still hale ana I -ty
and able to do n good day's wor -
Chicago is not only tho greatest
tic, sheep and hog market lu the wc i
but It now leads all creation as a bti
The- latest and most Important f a
ect on foot lu Imglaud Is the const ri
tlun of n canal from Southanintoijo
London. ! b
A visitor at tho Tarls exposition1 S
the use of one eye1 owing to tho calc -tlash
used by a photographer beln -r
too gioat volume. tl
There are Ml theological school -the
I'nitcd Slates, Gil law scliools T
regular medical schools, 0 eclectic aV
leal schools and 14 homeopathic. 1,
Count (ilovannl raffTy has mad,
gift of more than 1,000,000 to the II?
1 .... 1 .... fi,,,, .-,..- I.-... .1.... i r,. ti,,. a.
eottrt. No sooner nan mo upiiusmuii - - - emousap.
attorney tiiaili' an objection than the providing for the free- education of fj,
IiiiIl'o ruled against me. ruws"Ni i....c..i.s.
I proceeded to Inform nun inai ue me caihiiis 01 ouiier, cnecse, fd
was wrong, that he knew he was bacon, liains, mutton, pork, apples.
wrong and that I wished he would quit ions, wheat. Hour and potatoei
his pettifogging Tlie lawyers In at- (Jrcat Britain from Canada havej
tendance were temporarily petrtiieo; than doubled since lhiiu.
the venerable Judge glared at me over Florida hud no great population
his glasses, lltmlly sumou in a lorgiv
lug sort of way and told me to pro
ceed. Von soon there was another
well taken oblectloli. 1111(1 again he
rilled against me. 'I his practically tool
the props iroin mi.ici my e..s-. ...... ,m.lni.eis are directors of lirltlsh
wont at the .lunge as my uisu ucioi uuu
n accustomed to go at a Justice of
the peace In a back township,
Your honor. I declaimed, 'is a po
litical accident. In the eternal Illness
of things you should be digging coal
or cleaning out underbrush. oll have
stint on. but It did pretty well dnrMfl
the last ten years In showing a galtMp
.til ... ... ..." ' . llv,- BU,
present population Is G2S,54a.
In the new lirltlsh parliament
ways and 11 are directors of colonlifl
lurclgn railways, while half a di
others aro large contractors for
The Welsh colony which was foi
ed at I'ott Madryn, Chubut, Argentl
.... .... ...i la ISCh Is reported bv the ndmlraliti
no more sense oi .nisucc uinu n - - : , 'fln
chief of mercy. Thank heaven there Is -"'"r. ... - ......n.. .....nu,,,- uow.
a higher Judicial trilumal in this state
that'- Itut there I was halted by a
lino of NL'iio or IK) days In Jail. The
Judge took me to his private room,
where ho learned my story and remit
ted tlie line. To pay S'JOO at that time
would have pauperized me. I now
have quite a reputation for never rub
bing tho court tin- wrong way." Do
trolt Tree Press.
sloiially call, and tho captain r
round on horseback.
The L'nlon Traction company of VWi.
adclphla pi utilises to run open cars, Mi,
in uve, an winter long, with no rest
lions as to smoking. In the surnaMc
smoking Is permitted there on only
three lust seats of the open cars.
I'he "diving police" of Paris lit
boon supplemented by special oflii
whose duty It Is to keep watch at t.
iCi.it mill uiiilinK Medley. various tramway evosslngs and rl
.Mr. ICirrle was one day at vvaierioo Mich orders as they may think nn
station In a hurry to catch a train. He to prevent collisions and loss of life.
was hastening from hip uoousiau
laden with papers, "a good ninny six
penny ones among them," lie dolefully
relates, when. In rushing around a
corner, he fell Into the arms of Hud-
yard Kipling, equally lu a tearing hur
ry. They turned on each other with
scowling faces, then smiled In recogni
tion and asked each other whither hu
went Then Kipling, exclaiming.
Lucky beggar, you've got papers!
seized the bundle from Ilarrle. Hung
him r.iiue money and made off. "Hut
you did not stoop to pick up his dirty
airp'iiic. did you." queried one of
Mr. Hume's hearers amusedly. "Didn't
I. though':" rei ui ned Ilarrle. and added
The dally topuhitlou of the Liiuitil
building In New York Is II.IOO, andt
mall averages about 18,000 plecejj
day l.vofy -l.i minutes mall wag
tun over from tho tsistolllce and cat
hack with them 7." pounds of outgoll
Tlie wife of Bishop Millsptlgli, ui
tho Kansas City Times, sent an .
part.v gown to n rummage sale In 1
peka the other day, and while siionlj
tho dress to a customer the clerk foB
lu Us folds a valuable pearl ornama
lost ten years ago.
Women should not put pins In tin
mouths. A lady In Ahlngtou while il
rtiefiill.v. "11111 he hadn't Hung me half sls"'ig a companion to try on a bat
enough." St .Initios (iazette.
O.l.l I'.nlllr.-H nf fret. el. IMei'tl.ilia,
I hole an- s .no eiirlolls features con-
neeteil with I'leiieh parliamentary elec
lions, l or instance, no wall literature
Issued by a candidate or Ids friends Mine. Jean Jacques was trylug the o'v'g
tempted to talk with a small hatpin
tier mouth, which she acchlcnti
swallowed. She was operated op
twice, but she did not obtain rell.
and the result was fatal.
While an old I'nrls hawker natc -
l......loi.'a Marble Arch,
The celetnatcd Marble arch, one of
Loudon's most notable landmarks. Is
shortly to be demolished, though the
leas.in for such au act has not vet boon
published This Interesting object w.
built by t. Verge IV at a cost of fSO.OOo
as an entrance to Buckingham nnhtce.
wuere it um uuty lu that capacity foi
many years But as the gateway to the
paiace uie arch was a ftilluie It had
the effect of d waning the roval rest
deuce, and vlsl'.jrs who went to view
the royal home from the exterior saw
plenty of gate," to quote an old do
scrlptlon. "and very little palace." Ae
cordlllgly. In ISG0. It was reinoveil to
lis present position In Hyde nark It
Is not a solid structure, but contains
The iHisltlou of the I'll I ted stutos in
world sjltlcs ut the close of the uinc
teonth country Is very different from
Its IHisltlou at the end of the eirlit
wnth. as Indicated py the following
lines from the Boston Sentinel of April
t'raact flihti alL
Hritaln pa; a all
Ruxla Ihrrateti ill.
I'ruMia BtunUiga alb
?ltil.J Ii nearly pluaderej b; all
Jf.ls xt notlilig at ill
tiOBMV thlsit U-tt all In all.
The I'nlleJ mm I. HsilliteJ l all.
is). lt dvitnu-tloai tUtuU nm wim. all.
Wif heaten haie ifctrc ursM u. all
The JuHinese language Is said to con
tain 110.000 words. It U quite liurs....
ble for one man to learu the utliv luj- i
guugt. sml a w ell educated Jajpauosf w
futultlar with only 10.IHH) words
may bo printed on whlto tinner, white
being the color reserved for otllelnl an
liounceincnis lu the days of the cm-
pnc. lieu ouiciai candidates were
Known in the land, the addresses of
the government's nominees wete print
ed en white paper, and lids u doubt
had due weight with the mure Ignorant
whits Again, any elector who.e name
is mentioned in a newspaper can, If he
foil hlui.elf aggrieved, call upon -he
e.llloi to publish a reply This, how
ever. Is not cottlliied to elections, bin
is a right ciijoyeil by French citizens year, when the penny postage will
" " "ie coiiuiry.-i.. niton inaugurated.
er nay to utsiodge n moiiso wtiicar,'
sought refuge lu tho chimney she i ?
lurbod some bricks nml discovered ft
hiding place containing bills to Vi
value of $s,ooo which had belonged li
a former tenant of miserly habits. 5
penny postage btamn for NewZtflh
land Is being designed by Sir LMwijIb
I'oynter, president of the Hoyal acscMli
my. The stninp will be enibletuatldaii
of New Zealand's adoption of a unlrJH
sal system of penny postage and St
he on sale before the beginning fif
t Sioux City. In., a state lodge S
llie African Monarchs of America I
neon Instituted. Tho organization!
ine urst fraternal Insurance society
niilzcd for colored neonle exeluslrer-?!.
rs, . . . n
omce the foundation of the Afrls
Mouarchs another association has be
organized lu Illinois, but the MonarcrJ
were the pioneers.
A resident of Plymouth. Mass..
. . -a
Isaac i.. w ood. has n couple of npp
N lint's I ii ii Vimc f
"Uxperii i patent medicine men
sa.vs a gossiper In the Now Orleans
l imes-i icniocrat, "inlinlt tho linsiss
i.ini; in prcuteting when the turnin
.,io, .. in i ,. . ... .
!..... ..... o- iciiciieii ui iioouiing any
new icnie.lv The ntiioiint sunk In ex
mo articles liorote returns
come in iiiii.v vary SIOU.ikn). lu mv
opinion, the imiue has a gmsl deal to
no wnn getting a demand started if from nn orchard nt i; llrlt,
in is iiiini to teniember or hard to pro Loiuinhla. Just tho ordlnarv fruit'
V tt...,.,,... . . . .. . I.... . . .a
... ., oiiiitiiiiiu'iiiy a serious " giou. one or them measures l
unii.iicap. ami, ,iu, cntrary. a inches lu circumference nud wclglii
s,,,,,,,,. ,,ts Jllkt 0lll ,,,.,, , putices. and the other Is uearly
k n'' '"vinory. is In itself ,, largo r. Wood saw at the agrl
niuoriisemoiit worth thousands of dol
n.s. , ,,. )Ik(. , m1 ..
spent ti gissl sIsmI fortune trying to
...i..irie n iHPtet preimrntlon w ith
queer Indian title that no two people
pronounced In exactly the sum., w,.,-
I, .. . , . , ' I " .,.,, me I1UII&UU lllfc 1
U.fon. . .. T.m . ,S,'!ml l'U'v"rl-v I"" "ur.Hl by the vapors of our nt.uospbe
before the public, and t fnl led ,,i..i.- t It he tmnl i.,.,i. ...... ..........
k " f'w t ? lTl VK r,Ul(,,H1" '' ''k'll oyo Is put at 5.000 ecruH
ask for It tor f,r of m;g ,1,,.,,, and very likely as lilr-h ns S.OOO. Ti
..'VT- VU eulou" hiitcherlng tlie number the largest tolcsoono hrlDCii
wmo Z " 1.. ' '", !' "0",, ,0 vlow 13 thnnted nt over M.O00.H
- - - w. ....- euaioiiior is .-.-i-
I tun I fair nt KamIoop an npplo whl
"oigtieii .ii ounces.
In clear nights a person with ss
uglit can see L'.OOO stars. As Jut tlii
or the celestial sphere Is viewed andi
many stars near the horizon are
A l.egnl Hull, I,),.,
"Ther Is a story. th .l,w.,.r v.,...
of a man who was sui f..r ,t..i
,uo- ' ' eut against him
Since the Lutheran tenchors' semltl
fle In the Baltic provinces of UM
Were closed bv tho r?nvprninent. i
iiuugti tlicy had been established
were supiwrted by tho Lutheran doH
iy. me nunihcr of efficient organli
and the court gax Judgment for jn "ni1 ' horlsters Is getting smaller er
the largest ami ttnost eslhvtton of
meteorites on this side of thi AiUuuo
Is the one lu the Harvard Mlnvraluguai
museutn In Camhrldgiv lte.koo.ug
Lurvpoiiu txdhvtkius. It ranks un
fifth or sixth lu the world. TIk Brit . ,
museum has the best collection .,'
the cabinets la Vicuna and Pari iha
HU I.-., ... ...i.i . --" '". s
VT' . , unmarried man
Ue bUMM out and In a few horns
i came hack with a wife au,i ,,. ,
I forw " sled his saiarv for
, the supisirt of bis family. n,. c, ofl
!, dw-'t bfllew that , wsttu
ttona ." said tbe profer after a Z
"Why not r
ri.'i!!,"r ,U WB nDW "st two."
I tilrago Tribune.
Toe sst iK.gs in t i
'bem rig.,, - ...ii ''atn ,n"njr f
)ear The synod of Livonia wlsliell
establish a church music school at Vsfj
jew (Dorpat). hut tho t-ovenimeti
no willingness to npprovc ofiJ
Plau. although It Is not asked to inakfj
crnnt of monov.
XVIiut She Wnulr.l lino".
My dear child, you really should
mi our pudding so quickly,"
"WI.- ... .
' .... uui. iiiiiiumn r
Ilccaiisy it Is ilanrornns. I OC"
knew a little lioy nhout your n?e wjl
"s eating 1,11(1,1 ni so no cklv tMl'
uiwi nerore he had fiulshed It."
And what did thev do with the i
of his pudding. mnminaV'-Kxcbant
Oni-fourlh of Um InWlntnonnlSt!!
of Colorado Is said to belong to buVn
organizations. The Statu Federa5!
pf Lals.r claims that Colorado U 5'1
wi organiziHi state In thQ l'nlon.