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air Augustus Harris K t
of tho Covent Garden twTM TnaT
is the first theatrical ' Lmlon'
whom has becn cK?T Upon
knighthood in i Tt t" 01
Covcnt Garden Theatre since l:o
where lie produced a larRe number
of successful pantomimes in a man
ner t hat tins made him the idol of half
the clnldt en of the Ihijrlish metropolis.
He has, also written, in collaboration
Meritt. "1'lie World," 'Youth '-llu-man
Nature," ''A Hun o; Luck,"
Pleasure, rhe Avmade." "The
Uoyiil Oak1' and "A Mil ion of Money "
Mr. Harris is in the Strand division of
the London county council, was elected
one of the shcritl's of London forlMU.
is a popular man amonir men and is
familiarly known as "Gus" Harris all
FOR TENNIS PLAYERS.
I'oinlN lor Thorn 1 llfl lVn
A good racket costs about ..". If you
respect it don't tie it up witli a bow.
r About your dress 11 vim are going
to wear stays you had better stay oil"
the teams Held. You don't want to be
inside a whalebone fence with steel
gate-posts when you are trying for a
good delivery, and when the si.e of
your waist will be of no e msequenee
as compared with the style of vour
Put on a plain round skirt, full
enough to allow you to take a siable
stride. It should not quite reach the
instep. (Jet a ilaimelette shirt waist
with a pocket, a cap with a visor and
regulation rubber shoes. Having ar
rayed yourself in this garb stra.ght
way forget you have it on, else you
won't piny decently.
An obliging friend can cause you to
understand th.! more important tennis
rules in lifteen minutes' time. This
does not mean Unit :n fifteen minutes
you can become a p ayer. Fired with
ambition, you will ptobably play three
or four sets that lust day, and the
next morning your uprising will bo
with mourning and your downsitting
with lamentation. Hut in a week's
time you will find yourself ossified.
There will never I e a time, However,
when, if you forget to put on a blazer
while resting between sets, you won't
be in danger of catching a glorious
and well-deserved cold.
There M'e three points to remember:
"Keep your feet on the ground and
your eyes on ti:e ball; play with some
one wtio can beat you; never play for
the spectators." The whole art of
tennis is in these rules.
Norman JIiiiii'o'm .onvood.
Norman L. Munro, the publisher, re
cently tested the speed of his new steam
launch, Norwood, in a run from the
Narrows to the dock at .Sandy Hooki
The Norwood met the Monmouth, of
the Sandy Hook line, oil' the Narrows,
and the intention was to beat her two
miles in the run down. Itoth boats at
the start were running at the full rate
of speed. It was exactly 4:10 o'clock
when the boats were opposite to each
other. Then the .Norwood started
ahead by blowing her whistle, and
made out fi m Fort Hamilton. At 4:18
the launch was oil' Coney Island Point,
und at 4:4 she passed the dock at
Sandy tlook seven minutes ahead and
two "miles ahead in advance of the
Monmouth. The run was twelve
miles, and was made in ;t'Jm. The
Norwood is tilift, overall, 'lit. Gin. beam
and thirty-six inch draught, with a
triple expulsion engine, coil boiler
built in he Thornycroft style. All of
her pipes are made of twisted gun
barrel melal. The hull is of mahogany
with oak frame and steel girders. The
Norwood was built a year ago by C.
1), Mcslur, the designer, at Amesbury
port, Mass. At the trial trip she was
not a success, and she was taken to
Urooklyn where her boilers were over
hauled by the firm of Keiley A Crowley,
and her hull by Capt. W. A. Seaman,
of Heaehport, N. .1. The -Norwood
carried 1 n pound steam pressure to the
150 YurilH l iulcr Water.
Tom Forrest, the all-around athlete
of Sheepshead Hay, hist week swam
150 yards under water for a wager of
825. The challenge was made byom
McKeou, an expert swimmer, of the
fcame place. The tlilllou iw
complUbed lifter two utt mi U. -lirbt
t!mo Komt "trucU liU beau
Ufulnst tmolil anchor.
A MUSEUM OF DEATH.
PLACE THAT IS FULL OF
"' r SlclljU CiipUal IMctorlal
TraR,.,,., n tile AllU Uooiu Skele- '
oii In l ull VImv-T1,c Demi standing
In Nlclie. I.lko .Matu. I
The capital of Sicily- Pnlcrmo-which '
claims nearly a quarter million people, is not,
upon the whole, a very interesting citv, nl-'
thousli what we in America call avery(
smart" one. It is slowly drawing the Ufa
Wood from Medina, on the other end of tua
north coast. It has the average number of
churches, with their costly spiritual furni- '
tine: it has handosmo views from the hills
that nearly surround it: it hits a museum i
containing soine of the stone, fragments of an- !
cient Greece and Home; but bv far its great- ,
est and nut unique curiosity "is its Museum 1
of Death. It is situated near one of tho
edses of the town, and h. called tho Capu
chin catacombs. I said that catacombs
"ere generally dull affairs; but this is a most
startling exception. I do not believe there
is any one place in tho world that is so full .
of sensational horror. i
Yon enter a plain hall hung with n multi
tude of small paintings. These are pictorial I
tragedies, telling tho form in which death j
came to those within. One pictures a duel; j
another the frightful stampede, of a horse
the victim crushed under his heels; another
the poor victim's fall from a housetop; 1
another tho fatal bito of a sernent: still '
another portrays a death in tho shock of bat
tle. Many are pictured dying quietly in
thpir IkxIs; sotno are floating away from
themselves into tho regions of eternal bliss.
I used to wonder at the Italian in America
who came to the stonecutter and wanted him
to engrave upon his little Ixiy's tombstone a
picture of the load of hay from which ho fell
to his death, but hero was the same thing,
only it was Sicilian hay, and done in oil in
stead of marble.
Hut this was only tho anteroom to the great
assembly room of death. A mild, innocent
looking barefooted monk led us into a long
corridor, with strong shelves iwn each side
arranged not unlike the berths of a J
steamer, only there were five or six of them j
in a tier. Upon these shelves lay in full view I
the skeletons of the departed many of them I
clothed as if they wero still living. Some of I
them had white kid gloves upon their hands; I
ono woman was dressed in pink satin, and
tho poor grinning skull wore a white lace
cap. surrounded by a wreath of pink arti
ficial roses. Two brothers embraced in
death; sometimes a whole family wero thus
Often there were susHnded near tho bodies
their photographs while living. There never
could be given to mankind a plainer lesson
concerning the vanity of all earthly objects.
The beauty of womanhood smiled within a
few inches of the shrunken bones that formed
its doleful wreckage. Handsome and intel
lectual man faces apologized for tho poor,
idiotic looking remains that lay behind them.
A lovely girl of IS and a grand faced old
lady of M) wero among tho lifo and death
THEIH OWN GKlM STATUES.
Many of tho dead stood upright in niches
their own grim statues. Some bowed their
blighted heads as if in deep rellection; others
were kneeling as if in prayer. Sometimes a
group of cronies sat together, as if talking
over old times. Nono but could easily be
found by inquiring friends, for each and
every ono Ixiro a tablet containing tho name
and the date of death. Cardinals in their
faded ml robes wero there; bishops by the
score, lords and ladies by tho hundred, and a
king and queen were not wanting to rule
over this silent and peaceful colony of the
Through not only one but many of these
awful corridors our bright faced monk led us
for there are S.,000 guests in tho solemn hos
telry. In tho middle of the lloors were great
piles of eotlins, heaied up like luggage at a
railway station. Some of them wero win
dowed with glass and showed plainly their
ghastly occupants; others charitably sealed
their contents from tho eye. This commu
nity of the dead years is not without its little
ones; in many places lio tho skeletons of
children dressed in dainty baby clothes. In
fact, there is no lesson in the great text book
of mortality that this unique cemetery does
As 1 emerged onco more into tho blessed
air and saw live sunbeams dancing nround
mo it was with an effort that I adjudged my
self sti'" it the living. I felt for a while like
an est 1 skeleton, and after pounding and
pinching myself to bo sure that I was all
there I walked away, thanking God that tho
soul and body nre two different institutions.
Will Cnrleton's Sicily Letter in New York
Matthew Arnold's Strert Courtesy.
Matthew Arnold was not quite in harmony
with our American ideas of ordinary behav
ior, or what, at least, used to bo our Ameri
can ideas. His standard of courtesy was
European, Tho story was told by a Boston
lady at tho time of his first visit that, beiug
bound for Tremont temple to hear Mr. Ar
nold lecture, she got into a street car that
passed down Tremont street, and found the
seats all occupied, She hnpieued to find her
self, ns she stood grasping a strap, exactly in
front of a rather tall foreign gentleman of a
somewhat to her uncouth upenranco. She
had stood there some little time when the
foreign gentleman leaned forward and asked
her whether tho ear went past Tremont tem
ple. "It does, sir," sho said. "Ah, thanks
said he. "And how shall I know, please," ho
went on, "when wo have reached Tremont
templeP "I am going there," tho lady said,
"and 1 will let you know when we arrive."
"Ah, thanks," he wild again, and settled back
into his seat.
Tho lady hung to her strap until the car
l Tremont temnlo. Sho beckoned the
w,,bietflr to gton. unit then said to the for-!
eign gentleman! "This is Tremont temple,"
"Ah, thanks." said he. They got off to
gether, and the lady soon discovered, upou
the lecturers apienra!ico at the desk, what
sho bad already sunni-ed, that tho gentleman
who had miestionod her was Alattbew
Arnold himself. She thought it a little odd
that, having ventured on the inquiry, ha
should not havo returned tho favor of her re
sponse by offering her his seat; but tho
thought probably never entered Ids head,
And tho usage In this matter in Boston is as
similating so completely to tle Euroiean
standard that the ludy, for that matter,
might fare just tho same today with an out
and out Yankee lecturer. -Boston Tranicript.
An i:l-"l" rolblllty.
Chicago Lady-John Vabah,you went to
bed last night with your hooU ou.
Chiwigo Hu.lKind-Kr-dld If
Cuieugu Udy-Yt. you er-dld. AUat
would you 1" H 1 ww,t ,0 w,tU
boow onl . , ,. , , . ,
A New Yrk phyin w h U con
tirtually irpr-l by Uw hwruw of wdtu
.ml iMjWL-r uiuwe tlw '
ENORMOUS OIL GEYSERS.
ItttMlHii Well Tlmt Produce Mnro Than
n Wh i American I'lelU.
Statistics of t'to oil business in Russia have
just reached tin-eouutry, and American oil
men are studyin ? them with a great deal of
anxiety. The atput of many of the Rus
sian wells is prodigious, and far eclivcw any
thing ever heard of in this country. There
is no better way to bring this fact to them
li.an by a fow-couivuisons. Taken well at
Baku called the "Wet Nurse." It has been
yielding oil for twelve years, and in that
tinio has im raged :t!,000 gallons a day.
These figures are amazing to nn American
oil producer. They mean that the well has
produced 140,(XK).(KK) gallons of oil, or over
.l,OlK),000 Iwrivls. These figures are ."tnrtling
to the people of this country when they turn
to the statistics of their own Industry and
find that this one well lias produced three
times ns much as Pithole in a year of its
wonderful business. It lacks less than 400,
000 barrels of producing as much as the fa
Mous Oil Creek district produrod in l$W, its
lost prolific year. Tho Washington district,
among the richest ever discovered in Amer
ica, in lfSST, its banner vear, produced but
8..VK).tKH) barrels. This is but .VXl.OOO barrels
more than the output of this one well in
Russia. The wonderful Thorn Creek pool, in
Biuler count v, pnduced in Us best twelve
mouths lint V.tl'vOOO barrels more than this ono
llu-ninn gusher The "Mirzoeff No. A," also
at Baku, has for six years produced 40,000
gallons a day 1 bis is above -.000 barrels,
and the production of Cogley, Tarkill and
Red Valley, three yrolilie Venango county
ixx)ls. produced but l,'.'tt" barrels in 1SS0, their
The reeo-d is given of a well driven by tho
Nobel Brothers, called the "Droojba well."
It cost jw.MKl to drill. The record of the well
is thus stated:
"This well spouted for 11.1 days, tho yield
being :t,400 tons a day for forty-three days,
000 tons for thirty and 000 tons for eleven
days. The well was then plugged and the
supply kept under ground for further wants.
The total amount ot oil snouted by this well,
according to the lowest estimate, was 22,000
tons, or .Vi,(HH),(KXI gallons: according to the
highest estimate, oOO.lWO tons, or rj.1,000,000
The spray from one of these geysers was
blown through the air for eight miles. Five
hundred wells have Imh-ii sunk in tho Baku
districts. L'(M) of which, irresH'ctivo of tho
enormous fountains, are now producing 500,
KK),000 gallons of oil every year. It is tho
opinion of American okrators now in that
field that this "llou could ho increased ten
fold or a hundredfold." Titusviile (Pa.) Cor.
Mitch Ado About n Cflll.
The Binalk'ht deposit ever inadu in this
city was that of Postmaster Jewett, who
recently placed one cent to a special ac
count ol a Comanche county postmaster
in the Wichita National bank, who in
his quarterly settlement la.st fall was
found tiliot t this amount. Tho depart
ment will be duly notified of the credit
made. The second assistant postmaster
gonural will notify the auditor of tho
treasury, and in turn will demand a re
ceipt from the treasurer of tho United
States at New York, who will send this
receipt in triplicate to the postmaster
general, the treasurer of the United
States and the Comanche county post
master. Great is tlio circumlocution
office! Wichita Eagle.
In France a new "magic mirror" has
lately been introduced. It consists es
sentially of a glass plate coat bit with a
film of platinum so thin as to bo trans
parent to light coining through from bo-
hind, while being a true mirror or re
flector to light impinging on it from tho
The mare Sunol cost Robert Bonner
fll.000 when ho bought her from Gov
ernor Stanford. The price Mr. Bonner
paid Mr. Vanderbilt lor Maud S was
$10,000. Maud S's record is 2:08$: Sunol's
Tho Hawaiian race has been steadily
dwindling in numbers d uring tho pres
ent century, and the latest census gives
it a population of but 40,000, or a de
crease of one-half within a half century.
l'ltOVKI) TO I IK TIIK 1IKST.
Tested and proved by over thirty years'
use in all parts of the world, Amxock'h
Pouous Pi.ASTK.ns have tho indorsement of
the highest medical and chemical authori
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have been cured of distressing ailments,
voluntarily testify to their merits.
Am.cock's Pouous Pj.astkiis are purely
vegetable. They are mild but effective,
sure aud quick in their action and abso
Beware of imitations, and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation Ask for Am.
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tion Induce you to accept a substitute.
An old sad sea doir
is probably a dismantled
For an irritated throat, cough or cold
"Jlrttwn't llrunchitil Troches" are offered with
the fullest confidence in their ellicacy. HuM
ii nl; in Uoxrs,
If iKiiorance Is bliss, the wonder Is why mi
many eole complain of belu laherable.
There is always a best even
among a score of good things,
and every pipe smoker who has
tried the Mastiff brand acknowl
edges it to be the sweetest, cool
est smoking tobacco made, It
does not bite the tongue, and is
positively free from any foreign
J. Jl I'mx loltuii, Co., HwhiiMiid, irginu
Kti KNKIlllhTIr MAN. Willi
(uti luriiUb uuudftrfvllMllMMi, l"Ii.
ragout u in ILU uuuulrv Adilrw
I wHTlKKNTAl. IlfTUlIKi, A Mi
lilAN AtmlM A' III.S, u m MulltKUIIIBH Hit, I,
breaks tjf rec;oTc j
How the huiniiu system over recovers from the
timt ellects of the nauseous medicines often
literally loured Into It for the siiositlvo re
lief of djsu'l-dii, liver complaint, constljxi
tion, rhcumatlMii aud other ailments l
a mystery. The mischief done by luul
medicines Is scarcely less than that
caused by dlcae. If they w ho are w eal, bilious,
d)s(eitle, constipated or rhetiiin tie would oft
ener te uulded by the cierIenco oi Invalid' w ho
have thoroughly tested llostetter's stomach Hit
ters, the would In eery Instance obtain the
seodiet alii derivable from rational medication.
'1 his medicine Is a searching and at the same
lime a OinrouKhU side remedy, derived from
vegetable sources and iossessiiig. in consequence
of Its basis of pun- spirits, properties as a medic
inal stimulant not to be found In the Hery local
bitters and stimulants often resorted to by the
debilitated, djspeptlc and languid.
The farmer w ho hlde his light under n bushel
Incurs the risk of nccdlUK a new barn.
IIKDRKU AltOUT II V A lMtOSCHir
I am not aiming to convince mental tmblcs, as
Indeed that would tie fruitless w Ithout the nec
essary cultured Intellect that makes logic appli
cable. Korce, brilliancy and originality even
are no w capons to attack a slave with. Cor many
centuries tho medical art was hedged about by a
prescriptive taboo w hich it, as et, has not sur
vived. The brand for inimlering truth Is the
IH'iially of Imbecilltj tauicd Uvn the menial
caliber of the average Individual-In relation to
medicine and medicine num. The sun of the
nineteenth century has not yet dawned umh his
intellectual horlrou. He, together with his Ideal
medicine man, still hibernated in the good old
dajs of the dark ages, when It was bud form to
be Inquisitive, lie still "Wlleves" in bleeding,
blistering, vomiting, purging and sw eating, lie
loes copious doses of horse medicine. He de
lights In ussafii'tlda and calomel and carbolic
acid. They are considered Indispensable no
well-regulated family, with pigmy Intellects: mid
alslomldal development, considers Itself safu
w Ithout those family lares. These I do not w lsli
to convert; they are the Hip Van Winkles that
w 111 continue to slumber through this and proh'
ably through the next century. They play no
role in the world' hlstorv. TUey live; they die.
No monument marks their forgotten sepulcher
Humanity was not enriched by their entranco;
it has lost nothing by their exit. They are drift
wood on the shores of time, and limit w ith the
ebb aud tide of opinions they hae Inherited
from their aiithnqHimorphie ancestry. No.lt Is
not to these 1 w tub. to address myself, but to the
thinking ones, w horn a thought does not throw
Into an epileptic paroxysm; who lovoknowiedgo
for Its own sake; w ho are w tiling to Investigate
the truth or falsity of any proosition. and, once
convinced, will stand by'it through all the grim
aces of a chattering anil delayed civilization.
To these- not the chatterers, but the thinkers I
commend the lllstogcnetlc System for Investiga
tion, and will elucidate w Ith'pleiiburo any ques
tion pot sutliclenlly clear In book, which will be
scat free to any address.
Dr. Jordan's office is at the residence of
ex- Mayor Yeslor, Third and James.
Consultations and prescriptions absolute
bend for free book explaining the Histo
Caotio'n. -The lllstoginetic Medicines
are sold in but ono agency in each town.
The label around the bottle bears tho fol
lowing inscription "Dr. J. Eugene Jor
dan, Ilistogenetic, Medicine." Every other
device is a fraud.
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