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Carious Chinese Playing Cards.
A pack of Chinese playing cards is a
genuine curiosity. They are generally
printed in black on thin cardboard, the
average width and breadth being about
that of the finger of a human being. In
Borne cases they are only half an inoh
broad and about inches in length.
The length, no odds what the size, is
always at least six times that of the
width. Some of the packs have queer
representations of our "kings,"
"queens" and "knaves" stamped upon
them in black. Others are deoorated
with the figures of animals, birds and
fishes. Those used by mandarins and
high officials bear only figures of myth
ological creatures. St. Louis Republic.
Another Ascent of Mount Ararat.
Another ascent of Mount Ararat has
been made by a party of four Russians
M. Pastuchoff, Captains Griboyedoff
and Dragomiroff of the Cauousian gen
eral staff and n Cossack offioer named
Posharski. The party, all mounted,
started early in the morning with a .oou
ple of servants in charge of the sump
ter mules. At an elevation of 9,600 feet
the cattle bad to be left behind, and the
party, proceeding on foot, had reached
an altitude of 14,700 feet at sundown.
Here thev encamned for the night, and
on the following morning climbed to
the eastern summit of Great Ararat,
where a number of scientific observations
were taken. The next day the party
reached the highest point of the west
ern summit, at an altitude of 16,916
feet, and here also thermometrical and
psychrometrical observations were tak
en, and an analysis made of the glacial
covering of the pinnacle. The descent
was safely accomplished, and the cattle
found in good condition on the lower
terraoe, where they had been hobbled
for three days. Lidon News.
The Order of Lincoln.
The Order of Lincoln has just been
Incorporated under the laws of the state
of Indiana. Its object is to acquire by
purchase or otherwise all kinds of relics
relating to Lincoln. A dispatch .to the
Chicago Record says that Jesse W. Weik
, of Greencastle, Ind. , who has spent
years of his life in collecting materials
for Herndon and Weik's "Life of Lin
coln," has a valuable collection, and he
will be one of the principal promoters
of the order. Other men who had a per
sonal acquaintance with . the martyred
president and know where many other
valuable relics can be found will join
Mr. Weik. If i organization realizes
the expectations of its promoters it will
soon have a rare collection for a Lin
coln museum, including copies of every
speech made, document written and apt
naying uttered by Mr. Linooln during
his life which are now obtainable.
A Savage's Contempt For Clothing.
The Kaffir's oontempt for clothing is
the occasion for a nuisance against
which the inhabitants of the eastern
portion of Cape Colony used often to
complain. Now, it seems the people of
Buluwayo are suffering from a similar
grievance. A few inches of leather flap
pings girt . about his loins satisfy his
ideas of everyday dress. The Matabele
Times holds that this attire is altogeth
er insufficient and suggests that the
sanitary board should take up the sub
jeot and prohibit Kaffirs from coming
into the town unless they are properly
clothed. So does "civilization" Blowly
make way. Westminster Gazette.
Lo, the Rich Indian.
It gives people who have not been in
the Indian Territory a startlingly new
idea of what an Indian chief may be to
learn that the chief of the Osages, on
learning of the destruction by fire of
St. Ann's academy, Kansas, telegraphed
the principal to draw on him for $1 0,000
toward the rebuilding fund. The chiefs
in the Indian Territory look, act, talk
and make money very muoh like white
wen. Like white men, they have kind
ly recollections of . the schools where
they were trained in that civilized
kn6w ledge which has sinoe been so prof
itable to tVem. Boston Transcript
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THE WORLD KNOWN.
This world that was so vaat to dream antique,
With golden realms hard by the break of
With virgin seas and wondrous folk that lay
Beyond all snows and storms, to what a span
ned And common thing 'tis shrnnkl Who now shall
For happy isles along that vulgar way
Whioh was the ocean sea? Or who shall say
Things yet unlearned of any maiden land? .
We know now, know it all, and small the good
To you or me the tedious knowledge brings.
But, oh I if one might stand where Jason stood,
And dream like him of regions strange and
Beyond the wild, white sea bird's baths or
The utmost albatross dips lonely wings!
Inigo E. de B. Deane in Scribner's.
' ART OF HANGING PICTURES.
Oil Paintings Should Not Be Flaeed In a
Boom With Engravings.
Only second to importance to produc
ing a fine picture is the fact that the
work when completed should be seen to
an advantage on the walls where it is
In consulting with a leading deoora
tor on the subject, he said : "In the first
place, it may be suggested that it is not
desirable to put oil paintings in the
same room with engravings or draw
ings in water colors, crayons or other
like materials. It is often done, fre
quently as a matter of necessity, but we
consider it, from a point of artistic
taste, a mistake.
"Again, there should be a certain
classification of subjects in the pictures
ornamenting the walls, as inattention
to this is occasionally ludicrous. I recall
one instanoe where there was a print of
Rubens' 'Descent From the Cross, ' and,
hanging on either eide of it, engravings
of Wilkie's 'Village Festival' and Meis
sonier's 'Cavalry Charge.' Surely noth
ing could be more absurd than placing
in immediately juxtaposition works in
which the motives of the designs are so
directly opposite as the illustration of
death, a village revel and the fierce
shock of battle.
"As a general rule, it is well to place
pictures of a oertain order of design to
gether. Some works oan only be seen to
advantage in a bright and others in a
subdued light, while it is equally cer
tain that many lose nothing if placed
above the line of sight, and others gain
rather than lose if hung much nearer
"A medallion or bas-relief of the right
sort set in here or there among the pic
tures is a relief to the artistio sense,
and, above all, all sorts and conditions
of frames should not be put together in
a hodge podge. Gold and white and
gilt do not offend when in close posi
tion, but pictures framed in oak or any
dark wood should be kept by them
selves. Crayon portraits of photographs
should never be visible in a parlor or
drawing room, and to overorowd the
walls of any room with pictures, good,
bad and indifferent, is the very aome of
poor taste. " New York Eecorder.
The Apology Was Accepted.
"There is a good story on The Exam
iner," said J. Boss Jackson, the ex
newspaper man, to some friends in the
Palace yesterday, "and although I'm
out of the business I can't overlook its
merit on that account. It appears that
a druggist named Putnam was killed in
Willows recently by a man named Se
horn. The telegraphed report came to
The Call and also to The Chronicle.
The next morning, when Managing Ed
itor Hamilton of The Examiner was
looking over the reoord of the day, he
discovered that ' his paper had been
'scooped' on that particular item. He
thereupon sent for Mr. Corey, the coast
editor of the paper. "
" 'Mr. Corey,' he said, with a digni
fied look on his face, 'have we a corre
spondent in Willows?'
" 'Yes.' '
" 'Did he send in a report of that
" 'Fire him.
"How? By mail?'
" 'No. By telegraph. We can't dis
pose of a man like that too quickly. A
correspondent who doesn't know that a
murder has been committed in his town
isn't fit for the position. Bounce him. '
"Mr. Corey went to .his record book
of correspondents and presently returned
to the managing editor.
" 'Mr. Hamilton, there are certain
circumstances in this man's favor that'
" 'There are no oiroumstanoeB that
would justify such an exhibition of in
competency. Bounoe him,' I say I'
" 'But, Mr. Hamilton, this case has
no parallel. That man has a good ex
cuse for overlooking the importance of
the story. '
" 'Well, what was his excuse?' in
quired the editor, becoming nervous.
"'Well,' answered Corey, scratching
his chin a moment, 'he was the man
who got killed.' '
"Mr. Hamilton lapsed into silence
and went on reading some proofs. " San
"Horatio," whispered the heroine,
"the villain still pursues us." '
"Hal" exclaimed the lover. "But
fear not. Seest thou the ravine that in
tervenes between us and him?" .
"Yes, Horatio but the bridge. He
can oross yon bridge at a bound. "
"Fear not, I say. He has got to stop
in the middle of the bridge and do a
song and dance. Courage 1" Detroit
' STOCK GAMBLERS' LOGIC.
They Know Brokerage Consumes Their
Capital, Yet Persist In Playing;. .
Two tape traders were sitting in a Wall
street office as had been their wont day
after day, week after week for three
long years. The stock ticker, which re
cords quotations that bring either joy
or sorrow to speculators, was momenta
rily silent. The market at the opening
had had a sensational break, but at 11
o'clock the bulls ' had rallied to its sup
port and had bid up the prioes to the
former level. The usual lull after sharp
breaks and quick rallies prevailed, and
operators were trying to gather their
thoughts either to guess the direction of
the next move or to meditate on what
profits they might have made in the last
changes had they followed the move in
"George," remarked one of the trad
ers, "you're a bear, aren't you?"
"Yes." , ' ' .
"Been a bear nine days out of ten,
"Yes, I believe I have. What of it?"
"Well, George, have you made any
money in the market?" continued the
speaker in sorrowful tones.
"No, Jack, I'm behind many thou
sands, but, by the way, you've been a
bull nine days out of every ten, and
how much money have yon made?"
was the taunting reply.
A dejected look mixed up with a sick
ly smile came to the trader's face as he
was asked this question, and after a few
moments' hesitation he said, "To tell
the truth, George, I, too, am a heavy
"Well, then. Jack, who got all the"
"One hundred Paul at 74 Sugar is
five-eighths," shouted the office boy, as
the sharp click of the ticker printed the
"Buy me 100 Paul at the market,"
was one trader's order.
"Sell me 200 Sugar at three-quarters,"
was the other's.
The broker soon telephoned from the
floor of the exchange that the orders
had been executed, and' his bookkeeper
made a credit to brokerage account of
$75 of the traders' money. Thus it is
that in playing stocks, as in all gambling,
the house slowly but surely gets tho
player's "pile." New York Press.
A VERSATILE SPECIALIST.
There Was More Sarcasm Than Honor In
the Toastmaster's Introduction.
A certain local physician of pompous
bearing and vast pretense as to ethical
observance journeyed forth very recent
ly from his office on Broadway to attend
a gathering at Chicago of a society of
The Cincinnati doctor was not a mem
ber of this society, but was not a bit ret
icent on this account. He is noted for
his constant attendance upon the ses
sions of specialists of every class, wher
ever convened, and several months ago
succeeded in stirring up quite a teapot
tempest in a St. Louis gatherings
So to Chicago he went. Presenting
himself at the hall, he was accorded by
courtesy the privilege of sitting in the
meetings. At once he began vigorous
ly, yet stealthily and systematically,
"knocking" a member of the society
who hails from Cincinnati. The resent
ment of the brethren against these tac
tics was general, and their revenge
came at a dinner at the exclusive Chi
cago club, with which the proceedings
The "outsider" from Cincinnati had
been set down for a toast, and he had
spent much time and care in formulat
ing his supposably impromptu remarks..
The suave toastmaster, rising benignly
in his place, announced the speaker in a
fashion that entirely upset the calcula
tions of the aspiring medicus and made
him at once and forever the laughing
stock of the society.
"Gentlemen," announced the toast
master in his most insinuating tone, "I
have now the pleasure and honor of
presenting to you a gentleman of our
profession who is not only able, but
strikingly versatile. I beg to introduce
Dr. B. Blink Blank of Cincinnati, who
is widely known as a specialist in every
known branch of medicine and surgery I"
' ' . Gossip.
How frequently is the honesty and
integrity of man disposed of by a smile
or a shrug ! How many good and gener
ous actions have been shrunk into obli
vion by a distrustful look or stamped
with the imputation of proceeding from
bad motives, by a mysterious and sea
sonable whisper 1 Look into companies
of those whose gentle natures should
disarm them, we shall find no better ac
count. How often does the reputation of
a helpless creature bleed by a report
which the party who is at the pains to
propogate it beholds with much pity
and fellow feeling that she is heartily
sorry for it hopes in God it is not true
however, as Archbishop Tillotson
wittily observes upon it, is resolved in
the meantime to give the report her
pass, that at least it may have fair play
to take its fortune in the world to be be
lieved or not, according to the charity
of those into whose hands it shall hap
pen to fall. Addison.
Stepnlak on Russia's Czar.
In an interview with Stepniak, a re
port of which appears in Great
Thoughts, he was asked his opinion of
the new czar. "There was a time," he
replied, "when Russian Liberals cher
ished a hope I may say, indeed, a con
siderable degree of hope but the new
czar has disappointed every expectation
of the most moderate among our pro
gressive parties. He has shown himself
utterly incapable of departing from the
traditions of his predecessor, and will
continue to play the ungrateful part of
official screen to bureaucratic tyranny. "
Straight to the Point.
"Now that we have married, Penel
ope, and have nothing to conceal from
each other, how"
"I'm 29, George. How much did you
give the preacher?" Chicago Tribune. J
Some people are so influenced by the
electric currents of the atmosphere that
they can foretell the coming of a thunder
storm with perfect accuracy, and others
there are with nerves so sensitive that they
are sure of having neuralgia from a low
and fretful state of the nervous system.
Now, why can't the latter be warned in
time and know that an ounce of preven
tion is worth a pound of cure. To use St.
Jacob's Oil promptly will ward off an at
tack, or if attacked, will promptly cure.
Such people can do for themselves what
others do from weather prophecies. " Heed
the signals and save the wreck and dis
aster. , . "
Not Happily Expressed: New office boy A
man called hereto thrash you a few minutes
ago. Editor What, did you say to him? Boy
I told him I was sorry you weren't in.
FIRE! FIRE! THAT DREADFUL CRY
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The Passion For Gossip.
The Morning Post will publish an in
spired paragraph about your wedding
or your death for the sum of 1 guinea,
but would not for 20 guineas describe
your personal appearance? tell an eager
world how, when and where you made
the acquaintance of your wife, divulge
the secret of your exact income, or, in
a word, make any mention at all of
your private affairs. But' there are a
vast number of people who like nothing
better than reading about their private
affairs in print and are not unwilling
to pay for their pleasure. It has occur
red to a clever exploiter of the weak
nesses of his kind to start a newspaper
for the benefit of these gentle egotists,
and it is to be hoped that his faith in
human folly will not go unrewarded. ; ..
The paper is to be published weekly.
Subscribers of 5 guineas a year will
have a right to one paragraph, written
by themselves if so desired, in eaoh is
sue ; subscribers of 8 guineas to two. It
is to be sent gratis to every morning
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weekly ones, many of which will, no
doubt, fill out their columns with ex
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continues to know nothing of its jjeat
est men it will be entirely the fault of
the great men themselves.' The possi
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Lodging la a Rope House.
The latest addition to the curiosities
of the city is what Secretary Saunders
of the election commission calls a rope
house. It is a combination saloon and
hotel at the Levee and Spruce street,
kept by a man named Peterson.
Across the room the proprietor has a
rope stretched tightly, and in front" of it
and parallel with it is a row of ordina
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upon payment of 5 cents, is given a
chair and is allowed to sleep with his
head resting upon the rope. They are
allowed to sleep until 6 o'clock in the
morning. Promptly at that time the
bartender is required to see that every
lodger is awakened and made to move
This is accomplished by striking one
end of the rope with a bung starter.
The blows have pretty much the same
effect as striking the sleeping boarders
on the head with a billy, and they gen
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If this fails one end of the rope is un
fastened and the remaining sleepers are
allowed to fall sprawling on the floor.
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