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I'VE GOT THREE SWEETHEARTS.
Vve pot three sweetheart and I'm n
Now think uf tonieUilns worse than thnt
if any of you can:
My Wife Ts pur mid faithful, she's al
ways Rood and true,
And her hair's like burnished sunshine,
her eyes nrc honest blue.
fine's the queerc-d little woman, she don't
mind this mix tit nil;
One sweetheart "taught me how to pray
thnt Ho knows the sparrow's fall.
6hc old and wrinkled, bent ami gray; I
love her like no other
One sweetheart thnt my wife don't mind
Is my own', liirdsrllng mothers r
Tlic nest one Is a "terror," full of. happy,
, childish glee, , '
And the picture is a sweet one when he s
at his "grandma's knee."
ille cnlU'tny wife "his mother'1 and we
know him ns "our boyi" ' "
So I can love this sweetheart and my
wife without alloy.
.. . .- '.i. - -
Oh, thou who guardeth the angels, hover
them with thy wing.
Grant all three Tby blessing In every lit-
Guide ine to know "the only way," bo
when my life Is past
3 may join the woman, boy and girl at
Thy "gates of pearl" at last.
must not thin: of such a thing. I hare
sinned; I must suffer.".
"Von mint do ns 1 sn.v. Mr. .Morion,
HOBO CRIME EXPERTS
J THE REDEMPTION ?
1 OF RALPH MORTON J
IIKN Miss Amy Warden, only
child of the wealthy broker.
Antlionv Warden, tripped Into
her father's ollice one December after
moon she was the embodiment of beau
tiful, healthful IS. Nodding kindly to--ward
the clerk, who had for a moment
ceased- their scribbling, she approach
ed the door of her father's private of
fice. A privileged character, as she
Tvell knew, she turned the knob gently,
intending to surprise him In the usual
As she peeped Into the dimly lighted
room she discovered at n glance that
her father was not there: but his conti
dentlal clerk. Ralph Morton, a good
looking young man of 'Jo, was standing
1efore the desk. For a space she was
puzzled by the young man's peculiar
actions for he raised his hand twice
to the- side of his head, then, ns It un
decided, Mowly lowered It ngaln. and
each time she caught the gleam of pol-
JULFII MORTOX WA STAKIUXO I1KS1IIK
Ished metal us It flashed In the rays
from the electric bulb. Then, ns If
fully decided upon his nctlon, ho partly
turned hU faco toward her; but she,
noting the tenseness or nls white rea
lures, realized In a Hash the awful 1m
port of his nctlon, nnd dartlug across"
the room snntched the deudly weapon
from his hand .and held It behind her.
For a spaco ho stood, regarding with
-wild eyes the beautiful, terrified face
iiofrr him. thou, uttering a low groan,
he sank Into a chnlr and hid his face
tn his bands.
She stood looking at him, the color
gradually returning to her face; then
ehe said, a wondering pity In her tone:
"0, Mr. Morton! How c6uld you think
of such a thine?"
lie slowly raised his head and met
her pitying gaze wildly.
"Why do you stop ine, Miss War
den?" ho said, brokenly. "I am a thief!
1 eaueht the accursed fever of specu
latlon and used your father's money.
1 prefer death to discovery una uis
His eyes closed, ns If blinded by her
"And do you Imagine this will save
you from dishonor?" she said, gently,
holding out tho revolver. "O, Mr. Mor
ion, do vou not realize, that It will only
add to It? Will such an act restore my
fathers money or absolve you m tue
eyes of the world and God?" Influlto
pity shono In her cyca as she softly
breathed tho last word.
Ho did hot look un.nnd she continued
"You nro young and talented,, Mr. Mor
ton. nerhnns above the average. The
world Is before you. Do you presume
to dictate In this way to the tender
mercy that hns bestowed such priceless
gifts upon you? My father may not
overlook this, but there Is one, ut least,
who will. How much money have you
in used? ' slio cqueiiuieu.
He throw out his. hands despairing
Jy, "'More thnn I can repay," he fab
tpred. "Two thousand dollars at least."
She remained silent so long that he
ventured to look at her. Sho seemed lo
Innk lievnnd him. a smile like that of a
pleased child on her now flushed face
tho warmth of a high, nonip resotvw,
"Yonr cash reoulres no such desper
ate remedy as this," she snld, turning
her fnco a little from the growing
tagornesa of his gaze. "Supposing that
I I replaco this money, would "
Ho Bnrnne to his feet. "No! no! Miss
Warden," he cried, entreatlngly, "Vou
she llrlnly replied. "My futher.vl know,
wouldhiot forgive .jWbut that ff no MANY DANK
renscTt for MtKrlllcfilg yYmrfuuriViH -i,lu
. . . ... . .-ttttik
reer. Besides, you can repay -
He regarded her through n nusi oi
tears, then held out his hand. "I will
accept your oITer, Miss ardeti-me
offer of an angel." he said, huskily.
Hut I must leave till place and ie-
deem myself among a strange people."
She stafted a little, but. laying hit
soft hand In his, whispered: "It may be
foe tho bestrbut. wherever you go; i.ou
be with you," and she left hlnu
Ftvo years had .passed , U.v wncn
Ralph Morton again ettterod the city of
his paVt jolly. Hfi did not bring the
iirm-oriilnl fortune, lnit he had amassed
a competence which' ninny less fortu
nate might envy,
During nil this tlmo he .had never ior-
gottert the sweet-faced young girl his
savior. Tlirlee had he written to her.
but no answer came; and now, when
he went to the old ollice. he was told
thnt Anthony Warden had failed throe,
vears previously and had died, leaving
nls daughter penniless.
He determined to find her If money.
backed by love, could do so: out an
search was unavailing. She had dlsap-
mired, like many unfortunates, into
that mysterious realm where uespaii.
perhaps, Is the larger portion.
"You will Hud her yet. ltaipn. sum
his friend, Dr. Banks, to whom Ralph
Morton had conflded bis story. It was
bleak winter evening, and they were
on their way to the doctor's house.
"Heaven will surely guide mc to lier,
As thev turned into a side street a
voung woman a snort disunite am.ui
topped and uttered a low cry. A
drunken riilllnn had barred her path.
He had already grasped her arm when
Morton, running forward, planted a
well-directed blow that sent him reel-
lug. Ralph caught the young woman.
half fainting, in his arms; men. as me
doctor hurried up. he turned her face
to the light. H "as a thin, pale race,
though beautiful a beauty matured by
days of struggle and sorrow.
Ralph Morton almost dropped ine
light burdeu as he gasped: "It Is she
Amy! O, Kred, thank heaven i nave
found her at last!
it was In the doctor's cozy houo. af
ter he and his wife left them alone,
that he said: "You were my guardian
angel once. Amy: will vou contlune to
be fa'uch? The debt 1 owe you ca,n only
be repaid with a life's devotion. Will
you accept It. dearest .'
And she whispered: "I believe I loveit
you then, Ralph; at least 1 was sorry
to have you go." Boston Tost.
Sugar .Tulee Piped.
Oue of the marvelous accomplish
ments of the L'tall .Mormons is men-
beet sugar iudustry In the valley of the
Great Salt Iake, where 1S,000,UOU
pounds of white sugar are turned out
each vear. Cheap as sugar is, me .moi-
uioiis make a good proUt in the manu
facture of it. and largely because of
their Ingenious device to deliver the
juice from the vats to the lactones,
twentv-two miles uistnnt. insteau or
transporting It at what would be pretty
heavy expense, the Mormons pump the
Juice from vat to factory In ji three-
Inch pipe. This enables me juice to ue
made Into sugar close to the promicjng
center, and saves a large amouui oi
money that would have to be employed
otherwise, iu the trausportatlou. The
beet sugar industry of these people Is
In the bauds of a company that appor
tions to each farmer the amount of
land he may devote to the raising of
the beet. The company pays cash divi
dends regularly of 10 to 'JO per cent a
year and. dividends of something like
20 per cent ou the stock'. .cw iorK
A Ijinsual TuiiBle.
Farmer Hombeak While I was at
tho village this afternoon I heard a
drummer In Hopper's store say he had
Jest read that HI Chang Lang k'm
that don't sound right; uang i,mg uni
no; l.ailg tjliuug m uu-u in leuiuw
see. It's Hang no; Chi bung iinng
oh. pshaw.-Ohlng no; Lung
Mrs. Hombeak Mercy on us, Kzry!
What lu time are you tryln' to git off?
Farmer Hornbenk Why, I was Jest
coin' to say that HIng Lung Chi oh,
drat Itl Chang, Lang, Hang, Jang,
Dang, or whatever it Is
Sirs. HornbeaU Great day, Kzry
What uousense are you tryln' to recite?
You talk like a dinner bell
Farmer Hombeak I guess I do. for
n fact. I was tryln' to say the name
of that great Japanese or Chinese
Mrs. nornbeak Oh, you mean LI
Hung Chang. Well, what nbo.it him?
Farmer Hornbeak I I duuno,
A I)lsoouru(l"K Entry.
The performance of the Shakspear
ean drama of "Hamlet" was dragging
itself slowly along. The tlmo had
come for the appearance of the ghost,
There was a. slight delay, owing to tho
tnrdluess of the ghost In responding to
Its cue. Tho profound stillness thnt
followed was broken by a loud voice
lu the front row of tho main balcony
"Mamma, there arc thirty-seven men
down there with round white spots on
ton of their heads!"
And no stage ghost ever made Its np
nenrance under more discouraging aus
pices than tho nrmor-clnd phantom that
came stalking upon the stage at that
moment. Chicago Tribune,
Arc Known to Detective Under the
Mima or VcBumeii-Hlvnt Other
llurslur or Cruckmneii In l'curic-,ie..-Cnrcle.
with N Cllycerlii.
"Once more 'Topeka Joe,' the notori
ous -hobo' burglar and cracksman. Is
nudvr arrest." said W. A. I'lnkerton at
bis ollice In Chicago the other day.
"The latest crime of this crook calls at
tention to the fact that the 'hobo' crim
inal Is becoming pretty ubiquitous, nut
only In the Chicago region, but every
where else lu the country. As an opcr-
a rubber fountain syringe hns. Then
LVof soap, a few fuln.tnu h.K w
and a fuse complete the yiW "o 1
Ht. All of the crack
door, except nn Inch or two t to
are closed with the soap. '
same thing a Hlllo -p
the front of the safe wMi , "
bit of crack at the bottom. Iut' "
Jlv seeps through the crai Af Ur
the -hobo' has poured in an . "
orln he Is going to e he ..PP
fulminating cap uuri l , J
while f.e retires to a safe rtU n to
ciiAitATtn sti ky is "vkoomkn.
ator he Is getting to be more formid
able and more to be dreaded than the
Topeka Joe' has been in trouble
before and has twice been behind
prison bars. He Is a perfect type "f
the "hobo' snreblowcr. A few weeks
ago he robbed a bank in Williamsburg.
Va., by blowing open tho safe. The
other day only we succeeded lu catch
ing him away out in Portland. Ore..
wiiere he is now under arrest awaiting
extradition to Virginia. The npitcar
nuee or lnnre numbers of criminals
Lfrom the tramp class is a recent devel
I optuent. Six or seven years ago the
modern hobo' expert was comparative
ly unknown in criminal circles, lo day
Occasionally a man refuses to drluk
boer unless his physician recommends
It or unless he thinks be ought to rec
Two weak partners are Beldom able
xa make a business Arm.
i v.,1,,-1.,.1. lu his (leicrmiim
,ln to secure 'swag' the yegKiu 'i'
been known to resolutely stay b) tm
exploded safe and commit umnM
nither than be driven ult without v
"The man Is equally reckless In hail
dllng the "'""Y'TWH.ner
was blown open lu the K-t. '
1(l.trator es.-n.cd without Mivl g t
Ust trace behind him. Mimtly v
lande.1 the criminal several l.umlut
miles away in another State, lie u
Known as -Black' Jack.' I "' 1
bow n earth be maimged to hiivj- II '
...mntry without leaving any tellial.
evidence behind. He told me that lu
rode eighty miles on the trucks uf i
Pullman sleeps. AH or the time lu
with lilm a iiuart bottle ot
..I. i Think of carrying a M'mn
r that stuff with .vou on tin
. i. ..t n il train. 'n
iiiii.. iiilnht have caused It to
l,l,.. mii.1 tbetraninand the whole cat
would have been blown lo atoms.
Weurlv all of these ycgguieti go by
illeknames and aie seldom known b.
anv other. Often the names ludh-aU
tb.'. cliv or the Slate from which th(
ir.imi4 were Miiumsed to have- '"
orlulniillv. Some of the pn.mliieni
veggs- are 'Frisco Slim.' Ml-'lilgan
Red.' The Rambler.' 'Deliver ll:iir.'
-r .i.... .i,,...' Warteil I'atl.v." la...u
-iM..- .M....1.11..11 .Inc.' 'Silvers.' 'hi
t,.,.'l.- lt.il.lv.' The Frog.' 'Wheeling
ltd.' Mtlir Frank.' '.lanesvllle Touitny.
v vi!t Slinrlv.' SiilleUi'h.' "New
York Slim.' 'Ohio Fatty.' 'Ohio Sliorly.
SI amloali Red.' 'Sbeiian.loali Dim.
Hellnlre Bob.' 'Yorker Dick.' 'Slcep.x
.lohtl.' 'Toronto Jlniniy.' 'Syracus.
Slmrtv.' 'The Turk." I'ngo Frank.'
l.i L-h. ml KilltllllV. ' Brownie.' 'Alton
Whllev' it ml 'Montreal t'oiinl.
"In 111 attire the yeggmaii differ'
widely from tne geni..Miian criminal
BHAFT MENDED AT 8EA.
Cicltlnir Kiperlenee In ldoce... of
KIplluR's "dour Scotch engineer. , J c-
Andrews, could luuiiiy mn
Idtnself more crodltably than I Mr.
Wlllltin. llcirlc. cine eng.- "
British steamer Border Milgh . wlH'H
"rrlve.1 at New York u few . ays . go
after nn exciting experience In mid-
of the genus trump. iimmllc 1
Hint ct out lioiii .aiai i
New York. All wet well with her nut I
one afternoon, when there was a hih -den
jar ami a shock, a whirring or ma
chinery and a hiss or steam.
Shaft's broke." explained I bin Kit
Kliteer I'ludhiy lirU-lly. "u
the llirottlc on racing engine.
Hxainlnntlon hIiowciI that his ding
noslH was correct. Kr no ascertalnablo
ciu,se Hie tall shaft, a twelve-Inch
length or steel, had snapped Just out
hoard of the sleeve, rclenslng the eight
mu propeller, which went spinning to
iitnm. The shin lost her hcmtwiiy.
nnd. having no sail power to give her
steerage way. sat provoklugly a rock
ing iu the sea. biding the outcome or the
mlMidveiilure. The usual procci u e in
such cases Is lo haul llres nnd hoist
..,.. ii.it. iinslile down, by way or a dls-
'......,., i.v .1.. c and lo burn blue
lights at night'. But these men or the
n.mtm- KnlL'lit did nothing of tho "
Tin. cnulnoer went iiiiiiiliollug on his
i.,...i.- to the end ..r tin- tall shaft, and
then came hack with an Idea which tho
captain gave blin perinlsloii to tint Into
effect. , ,
The Hist step was to uncouple the lu
cnl silver. A Bccond couimtinton Jv; ' k,
was bestowed upon tin,
(leorKoIll.,l.mtl.u moBUMtZ Zr.l
tue unco is jno veneruiiiu ..t ,Z "
the old .liiittcHtowit ncrvict. '
with rcinlnlHceiiccH of tl u Lim1'
l.itll.lli.g or tho colony. MUiW
TI.Ih Hut, i.indo In iu.su, .
gilt. It coiiMlHlHora palen ntm'n, r,t
.UllHlto 8pccli..eii or gohlHtnlu.'. ,,V?'
n doublu-l.eadctl cup ....i1,luunl'.7' .
I t .1 WUL
icavcH. A.ioiuer ser i,,. uf tlr .
bears the royal arum ,...,i ....
"llonl Holt.iul u.aly pense.'' I'ln10'
i ne eiiuicii orgiin in
VlHlt(ltM Ill'l hIiIU'II it
.. .... " .:. h'"s.matm
clock without n r.. i ...... Ullfl
, , . """ witu
Pocahontas wim lmpti,.,1. Al J
Is j ot In lu. ... '
' ...... 7 .T:."i
upon tbu steeple. Tin. bell r n..
Old Chineli umh i.r. ....
IIhIi nobluiuaii. ' u M
Daniel I'arko CustlH was u,0 flritll
baud of the lady best known i ".!'
can history iin Min tim iitltltiStoti iTi
IiIh auccHtor, I n i prU.
"YKGGMAN" PLIKS HIS VOCATION'.
he Is committing the majority of bunk
robberies. Within tho lust few years
there have been nearly two score of
banks robbed In Kansas, Nebraska,
Missouri and a few other Western
States, and nearly every oue of these
crimes was committed by tramp opera
tors. These 'hobo' criminals are called
yeggs' or 'Johnny Yeggmen.'
"Other classes of tramps nre culled
'cats' and 'gay cats.' The 'cat' Is the
tramp who will do nothing but beg.
He will not be connected with u crime
except In a remote way, and there are
probably great numbers of 'cnts' who
would have nothing whatever to do
with any very great offense. The 'gay
cat occupies a position midway be
tween thut of the 'cat' and the 'yegg.'
He will take a hand In a robbery or a
safe-blowing expedition If there seems
to bo no chances of his being caught.
If there seems to be auy chance of his
arrest he will have uothlug to do with
the project. But the yeggman Is made
of entirely different material. As an
exhibitor of a fenrlcss or don't-care
spirit, or whatever you want to call
It, he Is entitled to the banner over all
the burglars, thieves and cracksmen of
the day. He will often hang ou to his
project und try to get results even
when the uolso of the exploding safe
has brought citizens on the run to the
scene. He doesu't seem to be much of
a rusher for safety.
"Here the 'hobo' Is a widely different
citizen from the gentleman burglar und
safe-blower. Like tho 'gay cat,' tho
Hrst thing the latter looks out for Is his
safety. He Is about twice ns careful
as the yeggman In tho matter of not
getting caught. Tho 'hobo' Is extremely
foolhnrdy not only In tho woy ho
stands his ground nnd opeus lire on
whoever disturbs him In his operations,
but also In the reckless way In which
he handles nltro-glycerln. All of his
snfeblowlng is done with this explo
sive. To get the stuff ho steals a lot
of dynamite, and with alcohol or warm
wuter soaks out tho glycerin. After
the soaking Is done the glycerin Is
poured off or the water drawn from tho
bottom of the receptacle with a syringe.
The explosive Is carried In a bottle or
When the later Is prosperous und has
plenty of money he lives ou the fat oT
the laud and dresses In the most ex
travngnut style. On the other hand
when the pockets or the yegguinu are
bulging with money be continues lo
dress like a mechanic In hard luck and
never displays the least evidence or
I have accomplished right here In
Denver more than Diogenes could do,
lantern nud all, In all his life.
I have found an honest man.
I was walking up Sixteenth street.
near Curtis, und asked it passer-by tho
time of day. He hastily looked ut'hls
watch and said:
I thanked lilm and walked on. At
Champa street I felt some one touch mu
on the shoulder.
"I beg your pardon," said tho party
wuo nau given me tho time. "Near Cur
tis street I told you It was hnlf-past ten
I was mlstakeu; It was only ten tweu
I stood open-mouthed, expecting to
seo a chariot of Ure descend and take
him up, EUska-lIke, but he had disnn.
peared In the throng of his dishonest
reuow men. Denver Times.
Spectacles fin- Horses.
u is asserieu in Popular Sclcnco
News that spectacles for horses uru
among recently patented inventions.
xie purpose is snld to bo not to liu
prove mo signt, but by causing the
eroiimi in tront to appear nearer tin...
it really Is, to Induce thv horse to take,
high steps. After n training with such
spectacles, it Is, averred, the horse ac
(liilres and retains tho habit of high
Tho Value of Snced.
"Who enmo out ahead In that street
row octween mowly nnd Ulufllv?"
"Bluflly did, but he had nearly half a
uiock mo sinrt."-Detrolt Free Press,
After a man has spent nu evening
with very young people, ho feels w
lurmer curiosity when he hears
crowd of young folks laugh.
llfrt AHMl Tim M Kl W AT SUA.
terniedlate shaft, and to do tills expedi
tiously a battering ram win Improvised
from the anchor stocks. The coupling
bolts forced nut. the Intermediate shaft
was lowered clear of the rraetured tall
shaft, and that piece of metal was
knocked from the opening In the stern.
V uooden plug the exact size or the
vbnrt was rorccd Into the hole, nud then
spare tall shaft was lifted into posi
tion and coupled onto the Intermediate.
All this work occupied three full days.
With both slmMs In place again the
work or lilting on a spare propeller,
whl-h the vessel carried, was com
menced. To lirt tlm stern out or the
wat"f all or the water ballast was
pumped Into the forward hold. This
lifted the stern until the opening was
within four feet or the siirrace.
Meanwhile the six-ton propeller lind
been lowered oer the port quarter, mis-
pended friiin a cargo boom and guyed
with heavy tackle. Chler Lnglneer
(icirle and Chler Olllcer Mntble then
look piisliluiis on the rudder pintles
mil. standing waist deep lu witter, guid
ed the big piece of metal to Its place on
the tail shaft. The masslte nut which
was to hold It In place was then screw
ed tightly on by n giant spanner.
worked by tackles from the quartern.
The work or tho two ineii In the
water was made somewhat entertain
ing by the active presence of several
sharks that played around the stern of
the ship. Mr. Mnthlc was once washed
overboard and nearly drowned before
being rescued. But that was only an
Incident, ns Messrs. Gerrie and Mnthlc
explained, neither making much of It.
AN OLD VIRGINIA CHURCH.
In It PocalinntiiH In Knld to Have Been
One of the most Interesting religious
buildings In the Culled Slates Is the
Briitou Parish Church, at Williams
burg. Va., the Hrst pastor of which was
Rev. Rowland Jones, an ancestor of
Martha Washington. Krccted In 11! 10,
It Is now In a good state of preservation,
and the antique, bell still rings out Its
message, calling all who hear it to at
tend divine services beneath Its time
honored roof. Itrutou Old Church Is
well worth a visit.
The church has the triple-story tower
Outside of tin. .'iiiii. I, I.X. ....I. .
seernied ground, si,-,.,, ,lul0) '
colonial Virginia. uw.pmR Slmr( ,
...I- . ...... ... c.'i ii'in-i of HitQlj
liar, two councillors, three HccreUrW
til nin.r .. ... i ll lllili'll lil)(f Qf .jj
days, one IMuaid llai nuiutc, lie burW-J
LAZIEST PEOPLE ONarth,
Cuiiciimi TrlbB Winch Live g j
MTlliihlc unil Ant iimitcj Flm, r
The luxlvnt and .tin . n people Ig
world hint; rvci-nii) i. i-u illvorrtcJii
the Caucasiis. 'I h.- I w in an Joirm.
sil.le tiiouiitii.n mu..- iiviwitu tit
Bla. U Sea ami th.- an Sva.i&i,,
lliey nolo -'.." m .. ... n. no tbrr g,-
... ,l... u..ii. r .
.,-... . ....v.. ....... " ,.uiH mcrcai
cerium plcltiri-nqm-i (ilsjutj fcw
(Inn village, iililioug'i t tucivl; coasti
ur miserable stum- ii.n.-i wlthoot it;
attempt at form or u.l..rtinit-tit. Willi
the bouses are liu-oiit'citublr Dill;,
They are uiicii with nigs, t crtuia ui
dirt of every desi -rlpii.ni The; mm
no llrepluce or chimin ) All tlx cock
lug. In fact. Is done ..i.Ta liolfKw
out In the middle r i'.e tloor. litM
houses men and n..ii..-ii ntnl rtlltn
are huddled tog. Hi. -t 'tiiriux ibtlttj
winter mouths tln me nhiit inUtbp
at a time, the entile often lurlsjtWi
quarters. I.vety aperture laitth
closed ou account of n oU. Tblilu)
Imprisonment Is. pi-riiaim tlitnuttl
the degradation of Hie people IkiAlt
diseases result from u. whUb arc tc
gravated by abnormal 'onsurej.ilojif
arrack, the strong dut.lled ilrlotoltt
Besides this, It is .m luviirLilleru
to make four days a week belldiji
with saints' dnys as exiran. SIdi1i
have adopted the lmUtlttys of eurKt
er country with which they links'
lu contact. It Is not MirprllD?tli!lV!
men Hud little time for wort. Im
lug. bee culture and e.itilctrtftoli''
the only Industries of tluif PM
while throughout their territory lfc:
Is not u single itiaiiufiuturw
New York Ledger.
nilUTON l'AIIISIl CllUl.Ctt, KIIKCTKI) ltSIO.
of which our Kngllsh colonies were so
fond. It can still boast or mahogany
pows. Thu aisles were paved with
iniKsiuiies. uii mu watts tire some
qualut mural tablets welting tho vir
tues nnd piety of worthies of the oltl
dominion. Williamsburg was tlm an
clout capital of Virginia, and lu the
quiet churchyard or Brutoo Old Church
the tombs of thu Parko Custls fnmllv
and those bearing well-known Virginia
names or page, uurweii, T.yttleton,
ouvuuge uuu fseison nro round,
uurion l'tirisn uiturei. houses three
antique communion services., one nrc
sented by "good Queen Anne," who did
her duty ns defender of the faith by
equipping Infant colonial branches of
me unurcli of England with occleslastl
A Ui'iiiarkulile Colon;.
There Is it colony of .lews lo It'j
Spain, who were allowed to rem"'
that country when the rcnuW"
their race were expelled bj Krnftsl
titid Isabella, because tliey hotM
Isractorv evidence that the '
Hceuded from it priest of the wall
('..im.lii.u m-Iii. nlono of thews'"!
or priests nnd elders protested
the crucifixion or the Havior.
Hint tin. evidence tliwll tvhlrt ttl
were exempted from the edict '
slott wns acccptwl by tne-
Rome us genuine and tratbruL l
i,. I... now mi flletDWSl
archlvcH of the Vatican. TUiWai
auy or Jews has grown mPX
....1i. ...... It lu .iin or the WMlwl
III.... Ht ' .J,, I
ami mosv '" '" geterall
tue npuuinii - jj
,t,.,ra iii times imt have l
hlgli rank nnd reputation un
. .. ........ Hclenc
4 iitiiuirniiou of the oe!
which scleuco throws upot . ( Jfl
... .i. .,m,ii.rn t'xulanation 'I
IIUUB io t..v i .i,rfeesi'
experiment made oi'nSL,
. .. nl. ii ivs clan. w.
"out. IB a pot o earth 1
""l". "Itir no, He kept'
weiguing uv "", , mflrtJl
plant well watered, nod H"
be w.ow.ad gained J J
10KI ouiy "'"..":-. -(.in fill
Inferred that mo pm. - -o"y
o the water
plied. Moueru "' "-,.. nidi
that the gain was .
due to the carbon ah sorlxM I
In Florida suns - tnred
immich the tcropc'
reaches HO degree J BJ
la nttrlbutcd to tho cx I
of tho atmosphere
ramnlO in Chi,,
limi,o froiu tho vli te
OU1U Kl"" 1 YH
hood days 8e." r terWn.i
to accotiuts of ht I
bcr clothes. rrTwilJ
If people wcrotoajp j
.vniiid soon be a thing
a baby isarosewu-r- ,i
(horns gradually immaturity.