r A A SUDDEN CHANGE. The Circumstances Which Made an gelic Mau Heroine a Hog. An- 1 never knew just how mean a man could be until the “Fat Contributor,” who used to be a very, very funny man on tho Cincinnati pre«», came along and asked me to go up North on a fishing excursion. I loved and reverenced that man for years before I saw him. On the way up to Petoskey I was willing to die for him. He was so modest so bland—so open-hearted and gentle! I sat and looked at him and wondered if Heaven had an angel to compare with him, and when 1 thought that, some other man had been elected President in place of the Fat Contributor, I won dered what the public could have been thinking of to permit such a wrong. The next morning after reaching Petoskey 1 was up betimes to inquire about tho best fishing snot. I soon dis- covered that the Fat Contributor hail been an hour ahead of me. He had rented tho only dock from which fish could be caught and fenced it in. He had engaged all the fish-worms old Petoskey liad on his land, and had bribed the only boy owning a minnow net not to catch any bait for any one else. I met him coming upto the hotel through the sand, anil I called him a bully boy and explained under what obligations he had placed me. "How?” he askea. “Why, wo’ll have the fishing all to ourselves.” “We:" “Of course.” "There’s no ‘we’ about it. I have made my arrangements, and you can ¡make yours.” "And I’m not to fish with you?” "Not that I know of!” I had to submit. I sat on the bank and saw him pull in bass and pickerel by the dozen, and if I moved down on him he uttered tho most awful threats you e er heard. On one occasion he drew his* revolver and menaced me by firing over my head. The bland, gentle, angelic Fat Contributor had be come a h-o-g. When I remembered how I had reverenced his name and praised his talents I kicked myself. "You needn’t look so ugly about it," he said to me as he came up to the hotel with fourteen tine bass. "When 1 go fishing I permit no one to interfere with me. You can go over to Elk Rapid« or Traverse City and hire a dock for yourself, and you’d do it if you weren't so selfish. You seem to want all the fish in Lake Michigan. It's a wonditr you didn’t get up at midnight and hire the whole lake front!” I looked around fora tvay to get even. There was an Indian up there named "Man-who-fell-in,” and he had a dog about, a foot high and seven feet long. Tho owner would tie this canine to a stake and let any’ person throw stones at him for a cent a throw, and every time you hit the dog you got a toy basket full of maple sugar. I went over to see tho red man, and without stopping to inquire how he fell in or how hi- got out I hired him and the dog for three weeks, with the privilege of contracting for three year«. We start ed in that evening, and it was the proud est moment of my life when tho Fat Contributor wanted to pay for a hun dred throws, and was blandly informed that it would cost him one thousand dollars a throw. I let everybody in Pe toskey have a shy at the animal, and the press of St. Louis, Louisville and Chicago were presented season tickets. We took the dog down on the shore, and the Fat Contributor had to give up his fishing. He’d have given more for ten throws at that dodging dog than to catch a whale, but it was not for him. “See hero," he said as he came to me one afternoon, “what have I ever done to you that you should use me thus?" "Nothing,” I answered, “only’, when I charter a dog I permit no one to inter fere with me. You can go over to Chicago or Milwaukee and hire a dog for yourself, and you’d do it if y ou had anv manhood about you.” We never spoke after that. We took the same train homo lint did not sit in the same car.—.1/. Quad, in Detroit Free Press. A Stranger in California. The Eastern tourist sought some new experience in a San Francisco restaur ant. lie found it. "What will you take sir?" asked the waiter. 'Oysters,” .«»id the tourist. Eastern or Californian?” Well I've eaten lots of Eastern ovs- . I guess 1’11 try some Californian. I'd just ¿ike to taste them and see how they compare." The waiter departed, and returning daced before the tourist the usual pre- iminary srimp, and departed. Long and earnestly the tourist studied the shrimps. He took one up gingerly and examined it. H. could i ot even make the insect out. Then ho called tho waiter. "Here, take them away. I guess I’ll fall back on Eastern." 8 n Francisco Chron c'e. In the Natural Order. School-teacher What! a boy of your age doesn't know the parts of speech? Boy—No’ni. School-teacher Have.iu't you FVt»r heard of a noun? Boy Oh. yes'in. School-teacher Well, what CO1ÌCS next? Bov Don't know. School-teacher A pronoun, Now please renu inlier that. Then there's the verb. Now what follows that? Boy—A proverb. T d-Hils. —A Missis.« ppi naper relates the fol lowing: A remarkslile incident of 4 :i wartime wound occurred the othei r da on the person of W. C. Carroll, an i ex Confederate soldier. He has been Mill fering from a wound received at th- battle of Chickamauga twenty t in- years ami seven months ago. Ihi la- Salnrday the fourth piece of bone cam out of the wound, which has been op. ilur.ng the entire time. The sutler, has been deprived of the use if h. right «ide since its infliction, but h. now received the full use of his b<sl The piece of lame which last came froi the orifice was one inch in length and halt inch in width. BLOW AT PASTEUR. looking At Hydrophobia Inoculation In th« Light of Recent Catastrophe». f WESTERN KANSAS. COME SPRING STYLES, ling Fashion, In ( loth., and Hng. for Ladle*» and Gentlemen. Interesting OoMlp About Its Peeollarltle« and rharacterlfttlc». Leas than twenty years ago the west t • customary in the spring of the It is becoming more apparent every era half of Kansas was marked on our r to poke fun at the good clothes of school geographies as a part of tin lay 'hat the hopes and expectations ti'iends and well-wisher», the ladies. "Great American Desert." Scientific biuM d on M. Pasteur’s method of treat t it occurs to me that this spring writers claimed that the soil never ing wounds inflicted by supposed rabid re is a small field for the witty and could produce any thing unless the animals were premature and unwar ranted. When several of the Russians .oca-tic critic of female attire. There land would be irrigated; but either who had been bitten by wolves died in as not been a time since I first began they were wrong or great changes despite of inoculation it was said that 'o make a study of this branch of science have taken place in the climate and the t rue of rabid wolves was much more A'hen the ladies seem to have manifested powerful than that of dogs, and there- better taste or sounder judgment in the soil, The "desert" is dotted all over with towns and the settler has gone t ne the treatment had not been success matter of dress. Even bonnets seem to be less gro over beyond the Colorado line, Intmi- ful in those cases. Now, h< wever, a girl who had been bitten b a dog, tesque this season than heretofore, al gration is pouring into this part of the reate I in time, according to M. Pas I though the high, startled bonnet, the country at such a rate that soon not a ear'« theory of incubation, thoroughly bonnet that may be characterized as quarter-section of desirable land will loculated and discharged, as was sup- the excelsior bonnet, is still retained bv osed, cured, has died of hydrophobia. some, though how it is retained has al remain untaken. When anew county is to be settled the H rema ns to be seen what the explana- ways been a mystery to me. Perhaps ion ottered in tlfs instance will be, but it holds its place in society by means of geographical center is determined, a lin, which apparently tow n platted, and the boom begins: but t i» not necessary to await it to per- h long, black pin, ’ rain of the wearer. the prospective county seat is not per re v • c early that it can not lie satis- ¡ passes through tne br Street costumes of handsomely fitting mitted to flourish in peace. Soon rival ictoiy. The death of this girl, in fact, m i« be regarded as demonstrating the and unobtrusive shades of soft and com towns spring up in close proximity, alia of tne reasoning founded on M. fortable goods will be generally in favor, claiming superior advantage and hold I a tern 's prel miliary experiments, for and the beautiful and symmetrical ing out extra inducements to the new I rovs that the inoculatory process, American arm with a neat’v fitting ones. In Greelev County there are wever carefully and fully performed, sleeve on the outside of It will gladden four towns aspiring to be the county able to produce no protective re- the hearts of the casual spectator once seat and metropolis of the West. The more. .. • w natever. two favorite endings for the names of I Th s occurrence, moreover, lends The lady with the acute elbow’ and towns are City and Center. There are to the experiments italicized clavicle will make a strong ef- f'< s i significance Bird City, Garden City, New City. - Spitzka. ~ ' ' The i fort this season to abolish the close-fit Leoti City, and Scott Center. Greeley and conclusions of Dr. hitter, it may lie remembered, employed ting and extremely attractive sleeve, Center, Smith Center, and many more many substances in inoculation, and but it will be futile. of the same kind. The small dog will be worn this season tv ill nearly all of them he found it The country is very level, with few o-'ibh- to produce the symptoms I in shades to match the costume. For draws and no sloughs. Occasionally u uailv ascribed to hydrophobia. These dark and brown combinations in street there are dry basins sunk several feet ix) er.men’s indeed inevitably suggest dresses the hlack-and-tan dog will be below the general level, that seem to doubt wh ch at an early stage of his very much in favor, while the black-and- be the beds of former ponds or small public treatment was raised concerning drab pug will he affected by those wear lakes. Entire sections can be selected M. Pasteur’s method. “How,” it was ing these shades in dress, liinall pugs where the greatest difference in eleva Inquired, "is it to be known, in the that are warranted not to bag at the tion does not exceed eight or ten feet, event of death occurring after inocu knees are commanding a go d and of which every foot can be culti lation, whether it followed from price, Spitz dogs to match lynx vated. the bite of the dog or from or fox trimmed garments or spring Good water is obtained at a depth of Hie treatment?" Now if, as has wraps are now being „ sprinkled with from fiftv-tive to eighty feet in this various shown by I)r. Spitzka, camphor and laid aside for the summer. county. Wells are dug and left un 1 '«I forms of sp mil meningitis can be pro Coach dogs of the spotted variety will walled, the ground being of such a na duced by inoculation, anil if, as in the be worn with polka-dot costumes. Tall, ture that it does not cave in. At all majority of Pasteur's cases, there is no willowy hounds with wire tails will be the wells I have seen, and that is a •orl a II tv that the dog which bit the Dole much affected by slender young ladies good many, water is drawn by a rope girl was reaiiy rab <1. how calf her and hydrophobia. Antique dogs with passing over a pulley, with a bucket at lentil, with hydrophobic symptoms, be weak ey es, asthma and an air of lan each end. /’th any confidence attributed to tho guor will be used a great deal this sea One of the novel sights to be seen log b te? It seems quite possible that son to decorate lawns and railroad here is the mirage. On certain days the inoculation may have boon the a'tual crossings. Young dogs that are just and at certain periods in the day lakes cause of her death, in fact; and while budding into doghood will be noticed and islands appear around the horizon so grave an uncerta nty rema ns it is through the spring months trying their with a distinctness that seems to be perfectly clear that there in no justifica new teeth on the light spring pantaloons real. Cattle at a distance seem like tion for adopting the Pasteur method as of male pedestrian«. gigantic monsters, with legs twenty y trustworthy remedy: or even for re Sty les in gentlemen's clothing have feet long, stalking through tall grass garding it as free from very serious not materially changed. Lavender and water: houses ap)icar to be lifted dangers.—-V. K Tribune,. pantaloons, with an air of settled mel away above the horizon and often re ancholy and benzine, are now making semble bird houses resting on the top BEAUTIFUL SEVILLE. I their appearance, and y oung men try of a pole; sometimes they are appar ing to eradicate the droop in the knees ently surrounded by water; loaded ■% n Ancient Spanish City Full of At frac of last summer’s garment may be seen wagons resemble ships sailing on a lion* for Historians. in their luxurious apartments most any distant lake or a threshing machine Travelers only pa s a day or iwo at calm spring evening. moving along the road. Never before Cordova to see Its monuments and re- An old nail-brush, with a s dution of did 1 realize how deceiving must be the •all the memories'of Roman, Arab ami ammonia and prussic acid, will remove miragi to the weary , thirsty traveler of Goth; of Boulai’1, who passed part of traces of custard pie from light shades the desert until I rode over the prairie ills captivity here; of Ferdinand and in pantaloons. This preparation will one calm, hot afternoon. remove the pantaloons. "Prairie schooners” can be seen Isabella, and of Columbus, who came also The umbrella will be worn over the lore io lay his plans before the King shoulder and in the eye of the passing going in every direction, their owners country, as did the Bible nil tjucen during the campaign of pedestrian, very much as usual on pleas searching tlie for a suitable place where iiHlimla. They pass on instead to Se ant days, and left behind the door in a patriarchs, their flocks and herds could feed, until ville. vvli.ch has memories of like an- dark closet on rainy days. they find a spot that suits their fancy. t que interest, ami of every Spanish Gentleman will wear one pocket- The old frontiersman will say: “I monarch, including the present La handkerchief in the side pocket, with have been in this Western country now bella; has many nioiiiiments, and a cli- the corner greatly emerging, and for eleven years, and this is the best tuale regarded as one of the most per- another in the hip pocket, as they did place I’ve struck yet.” These old set :cct n the world. And while Cordoba last season, the former for decorative tlers say that the eastern part of the ha- but forty-two thousand inhabitants purposes and the latter for business. State was once just as this part now is. ilw. Ilmg over the ashes of its past mil- This is a wise provision and never fails As soon as a man has settled on a i on«. Seville has three times to elicit favorable comment. claim, it is the iiest quarter in the com that number, and is therefore The custom of wearing a few kernels ilile to add all the modern con- of roasted coffee or a dozen cloves in munity, and in his neighborhood are veivences to its facts of history and its I the little cigarette pocket of the cuta the best people, the deepest and richest fascinations of romance. Good hotels way coat will still continue, and the soil, the heaviest grass and the sweetest re only to be found in the largest cities supply will be replenished between the water in the county, which is the ban ner county in the State. n Spain. Seville has one or two of the acts as heretofore. Along the streams in the neigh oest Its drives are pleasant. The coun Straw hats will be chased down the borhood of ranches, are hundreds of try about it is lovely. From theGiralda, streets this spring by the same gentle the tall Arab tower which the cathedral men who chased them last spring, and dead cattle decaying in the summer has pr< served for its bells, can be seen in some instances the same hats will be sunlight, and filling the air with a the Gundalipiiver, filled with shipping, used. Shade trees will be worn a little stench that is any thing but pleasant. the broad plain, the evergreen foothills lower this summer, and will therefore Ranch cattle have no protection from and the snowy mountains. Its streets succeed in wiping ot!' a larger crop of the storms of winter except the creek are blond, and its public places are set plug hats, it is hoped. Linen dusters, banks, and no feed during the whole exclusively with orange trees, whose with the pockets carefully soldered to year but prairie grass. When this 1s fru t, though it is not in his abundance gether, have not yet made their appear covered with snow, as was the case last winter, the poor cattle must starve and exceedingly tempting to the Rative, has ance. Bill Arye, in Chicago Times. freeze to death. <If course the same i singular attraction to the stranger as thing would happen in the East, under lie passes under the low-hang ng Humane Treatment of Prisoner». tne same circumstances. branches. Queen Isabella has a palace The people coming into these new here, to which she likes to come Here is a description of what they do now and then. If Alfonso had spent with their prisoners in the Canton of counties are industrious, energetic, in telligent and many are well educated. more of his time here his life might have been prolonged. Byron wrote his Neuchâtel. A good handicraft is taught Not a few schoolma'ams are living on ••Childe Harold" of the delicious cli- to every prisoner, and all who are well- their claims, showing pluck and cour ma‘ • nnil bright-eyed senoritas of Se- behaved are, after a period, placed with age able to overcome as great ditliulties v 1 whom lie described as nt once the a master of the trade which they have as anv found in the school room.— ii.< s charming and the wickedest in the severally learned, under the oversight I.eoti City (Kan.) Cor. Chicago Jour world. The old Moorish palace called of the police and of a member of a nal. the Alcazar is of magnificent propor voluntary committee. This committee An Irish Lad’s Career. tions, and would be considered wonder is composed of 1,400 active members, ful. were not the Alhambra, which it out of a total population of 102,000. Tho The history of John Lannon, of Alex ■mlenvors to inrtate, still in existence, prisoner, when i "provisionally liber« it ha- been successively occupied by all ated." has to present himself andria, Va., who recently died, is the Spanish monarchs s nec Charles V., every week, to his patron. worth repeating. He came from Ire mil its gardens, wh ch are of great ev who receives the reports of his 'master land with his mother when a child, ent -till, have their summer-hou'cs, and of the police. The patron sends an and early had to work for a living. He .Iley«, shaded nooks and even their abstract of these reports to the governor tree« haunted by great memories. — Al of the prison, and in this wav. if his got a place in the store of Joseph bert Huliijff, in Prune.'Co Chron conduct remains good, the man's liberty Broders, who, when the Federal troops icle. is gradually restored, and he regains hi’s occupied Alexandria in 1861. ran away, position in society—with the additional leaving young Lannon, then sixteen How He Wanted Them Made. advantage of experience of discipline old, in charge. Broders hoped that the boy would sell the go is in stock Howard Ross is a gay young r lad and knowledge of a trade. M. de La- and make an honest return of the pro velcv c, in describing this system, «As who«' clothes fit him just right. He 1 is I that a Swiss canton is in some things*a ceeds, he was therefore much surprised considerable of a wag n his way anil a century in advance of the rest of the when he returned at the end of three years to find that John had increased few days ago he ordered a new pair of world.—N. Y. Post. the business, and had on hand a larger trousers. Ho is fond of a neat fit, and stock of goods than when Broders ran The Latest Advertising Dodge. had his measure taken accordingly. away, and had made six thousand dol ! .liter on he got to looking at the styles, Another effective advertising scheme lars, which he had in bank. The mer and the result was that he sent word gave young Lannon half of the dow n to his tailor that he "wanted those has been invented in England. A lead chant money and took him into partnership, pant, made sober.” After consulting ing confectioner was ordered to put tip and before ’’s died John had accumu everybody on the block, the tailor final Itt.OtM) tin boxes of candy, hermetically one hundred thousand dollars, ly caught on to the fact that the trousers sealed with an advertisement of a cheap lated watch in each box. and in some of the built the opera house at Alexandria wen- not to be made tight. It is thought that another break of boxes, in addition thereto, a coupon en and the largest wharf there, and was of the moit respected citizens of that k ml vill be a« much as his consti titling the holder to one of the watches. one tution will stand. A change of climate < >n the occasion of the Oxford and Cam the town.— V. Y Sun. will th.n la* absolutely necessary.— Mer bridge boat race, the 10,000 water-tight lioxcs were thrown into the river, to he - An ml well in the Puente ranch chant Traveler. ' . dived and grappled and raked for by near Los Angeles, Cal., hai been pro anybody who thought it worth while to ducing fifty barrels a dav. A few davs Popular Summer Resorta. take so much trouble to get the sweets, ago the borers sunk the well to a A fan, and possibly a watch. No little excite lower depth, striking a new stream of ment and talk was caused, and the ob immense »trength. which threw the ap lee water, ject of the enterprising watch-vender paratus out of the hole with great vio A seersucker coaL the getting of much advertising was lence, hurling a man »ixtv feet in the A hammock. fnlly attained.— X. Y. Sun. sir. He escaped with his life bv catch The front steps. ing on the top of a derrick. The well Tho back part of the house after elo»- —Jacob C. Barrett, of Newport. Pe.. threw out five hnudred or six hundred ng the front blind,. while working in the wood,, hung hi« barrels of oil in a few minutes —San The ico cream saloon. vest on a bush. The woods caught fire, Francieco CaU. Your uncle, , • and when Barrett went for hi, vest onlv An umbrella. ------ - .. wane the buttons remained. Hi, gold watch —The oopncr penny is an unknown The rea side, I lay on the ground ticking steadily i u> article in J eadwood. -Deadwood Tri buie.du. Merchant TVare'r, , »piu ot Ih» hi».— DiUehurfh Post. turi» I £■ marvel of purity Royal a Perfect Baking Powder—Absolute^ Free from Lime. The Royal Raking Powder is considered by all chemists and food analysts to be a marvel of purity, strength, and wholesomeness. Furthermore, it is now the only baking powder before the public free from lime aud absolutely pure. This is due largely to the improved method by the use of which it ha.3 been made possible to produce a perfectly pure cream of tartar, from which all the lime has been eliminated. This chemically pur? cream of tartar is exclusively employed in the manufacture of the Royal Baking Powder, so that its absolute freedom from lime aud all other extraneous substances is guaranteed. Professor McMurtrie, lato chemist in chief to the U. S. Department of Agriculture, after analyzing many samples of cream of tartar of tho market, testified to the absolute purity of that used in tho Royal Baking Powder as follows: “ I have examined the cream of tartar manufactured by the New York Tartar Company and used by ths Royal Bt.king Powder Company in the manufacture of their bak ing powder, and find it to be perfectly pure, and free from lime in any form. “All chemical tests to which I have submitted it have proved the Royal Baking Powder perfectly healthful, of uniform, excellent quality, and free from any deleterious substance. WM McMURTRIK, E.M., Ph.D., in Chief U. S. 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