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out that we had a short-horn pig. and|(
after hearing hundred» of comment-1
Son» ot the W«»k spot» in 0-. _
Common*$ew Halen Which bhould Be
ftuntlnz Sea-Otter Alomr the Shore, ot The Unlovely Slsrht Presented by n Young
Given a Faithfpl Trial.
Well, the long agony is over and our to see the creature, I said to Mr. Bow
Woman Who shirk* Iler Dulles.
Ouealuska Island. Alaska.
There is something wrong about th.,
As a universal rule in health, and
■ pig is dead. One day last fall Mr. ser:
The most desirable fur obtained iu
with very few excep ion* in disease,
"I can't And anything in the agri civilization which compels a wom-
will never amount to any* thing because Bowser suddenly turned on me with:
that is b s t > b ■ a'»' > which thn a »pe this region, and in fact the most desir
papers about short-horned work sixteen hours per day for six j **
they are so well content with simply
in u week in order to earn
tite craves or ti.e taste relishes. Per- able in the world, is the sea-otter, which
lions rarely err in the quality of food is by law hunted (1) natives only, (2)
fortunately there are Women in th’
be able to take a prominent place in
eaten; nature's instincts are the wisest by white men wiio have married native
large cities who have to work in u,’
any profession or circle in society be 1 for one, and don't vant the nuisance.’' thing about a slipshod woman going
regulators in this respect. The great women, or (3) by whites who have
“We have plent.' of room for a pen. around the house with her mouth full way. It is hard for people' who hw!
cause they lack the industry without
sources of mischief from eating are
the means of supplying their «Uilv
which all the talent under the sun is I can make one in half a day, and we of hair pins and her ears open to catch
three—quantity, frequency, rapidity, country. This law was passed for the
wants to realize that tiny of thei, f,[
not worth a copper groat. Talent is
all the gossip?”
and from these come the horribl • dys purpose of protecting the Aleuts in the
That was the last time I ever men low-beings are doomed to a life of d
the unhewn block of marble, industry buy it. The kitchen-stuff you give
pepsia which make of human life a
tioned the pig to him. I slipped out t> uess and grinding poverty
is the chisel that may convert it to the away would fatten three pig-* ”
burden, a torture, a living death. By ! otter, which furnishes them their only
I talked ami argued, but it was no the pen now and then and saw that tilt these women endure.
eating fast, the stomach. 1:1c-» a bottle ; means of support. It is, however,
That women tire in manv casei nn
of ••Our Picayunes" says that industry use. 1 brought up our poor success with beast was growing thinner and hun
being filled through a funnel, is fidl easily evaded by unscrupulous white
grier and more wild-eyed, and my ilerpaid for their services as seamstre*^
beats genius at every thing except the hen*, but he choked me oil with:
and overflowing before we know
"Mrs. Bowser, perhaps you may not ears told me that his squeals had be and tis saleswomen in stores i8ua,
making of real poetry. Talented girls
it; but the most important rea otter, which is at best one of the shyest
know the difference between a lean, come four tones sharper. The other questionably true. Hard-hearted as j
son is, the focal is swallowed be animals known, will be either exter
thing except by inspiration are often old, heartbroken hen and a choice pig, morning as we sat down to breakfast stone and cruel ns a serpent is the
fore time has been allowed to divide it minated or frightened away from these
not only the victims of their own false but I do, and we shall keep a pig.”
the cook announced that the short-horn who will extort a profit front the p»,'
into sufficient y small pieces with the
ertv of the women who work for ldln
"Well, don't ask me to bother with was a corpse.
teeth: for, like ice in a tumbler of water, these hunters, who kill old and young,
But it would be folly to seek the can»
the smal er th • bits are the sooner are male and female indiser.minately.
of this evil in nothing but the tlintv.
“No one intended to! On the con
thodical wol k, but of the ill-advised
they dissolved. It has b en seen with
praise of relatives and friends. A trary 1 hope you will keep as far aw ay
"Then, Mrs. Bowser, you can coun hearteduess of employers. Thetibulj,
the naked eve that if solid food is cut I otter were taken by the natives of At-
from him as possible. You can also termand that order for thecloak! You is due, not to the form of Government
up in pieces small as half a pei, it lou: and were it not that the Alaska
buy your own pork chops next winter!
were determined from the outset to nor to the organization of society, but
digests almost as soon, without being Commercial Company takes care of merely praise. She wants that sort of
During th»' next three days Mr. Bow- drive that pig to death, and you have to the civilization which drives wu'iueti
chewed at all. as if it had been well
she can be and do any thing that is sin- was pig-hunting mid pen-building, Anally accomplished it!”— Detroit free by the score into certain employment
The best plan, there ly without means of subsistence. To
anil keeps them otit of others.
and noble, and possible to ami at length a terrible squealing in Press.
fore, is for all per-ous to thus com nmke the matter harder for the nativos,
When a dry-goods merchant ma?
the alley informed me that his pur-
■< ♦ »
minute their foo I; for even if it is well the law forbidding them the possession human endeavor. Many a smart girl 1 chase had been made. 1 went out
take his choice from among tweij.
remains a slouch and a Smatterer
chewed the comminution is no injury,
ty applications for work at sixdollnn
all her days because of the exaggerated after a bit ami found a thin, eadaver-
while it is of very groat importance in forced, ami they are compelled to hunt
, »»us, wild-eyed beast weighing about Food at the Bottom of Most Dl«a*reementi per week it is not to be expected that
Among Carnivorous Animals.
case of hurry, forgetfulness, or bad the otter armed only with spears or
fifty pounds in the pell. He uttered a
he will insist upon paying ten dollars.
Grain and grass feeding animals may
teeth. Cheerful conversation
pre tire-arms of obsolete pattern, while the she receives from those who should ••woof!” ami made a spring nt me as 1
I ll»' number of competitors in certain
vents raj ill eating.
looked over and Mr. Bowser came from
lines of work reduce the wages. Wlk
al life. If the house-sparrow quarrels
about five hours for a common
, the barn and roared out:
men will work for starvation wa»*es in
at times, it is seldom over any thing
to dissolve and pass out of the The ambition of tho young Aleut is to well enough to keep the honest atten
a store or at sewing rather than secure
more serious than a love affair; the
stomach, during which lime this organ become a great sea-otter hunter, and tion of a roomful of people. She can want to scare that pig to death?”
a comfortable living by doing house-
graver problems of life touch him not. work.
is incessantly nt work, w hen it must all hi* energies are bent in perfecting dabble in paints, but not well enough
His food is everywhere—scattered over
have repose. a.s any other muscle, oi himself in the various arts of his pro
“Well, you simply keep away for
There is something wrong about the
set of muscles, after such a length of fession. Where there is no choice, it is She can write romances, but none good awhile! That pig is strange. He’s every field, in every dust-bin in the
civilization which teaches a woman
Hence persons should not eat
got to have time to look around. Any
that it is more honorable to sew six
within a live-hour's interval. Tile heart young man looks forward to the time possibilities. They speak fairly well of me knowing bran from broomsticks again, need not quarrel about a clover
teen hours a »lay for starvation wa;»’i
leaf; they are so prolific t>iat they have
itself is at rest nn r ■ than one-third ot when his turn shall conic to go out
wouldn’t go rushing up to a pig-pen
than it is to seelin' a comfortable lir-
The brain perishes without with the hunters after the shy animals. brilliant future for her. But at nine like that!”
from four to eight young ones at a
ingin domestic service. Thereareun-
Never force food on the Every attention is paid to the details teen and twenty she neither plays, nor
birth, and that not once nor twice a
"What.breed is he?”
doubtedly hundreds of women and
Ail are tired when night
“Short-horn, of course. You don't year, yet this only means that they girls working in stores or as seam-
Every muscle of the body is and when the storms of winter have did at eighteen. She has spent her
must feed in widened radius around
I’d fool away my time on a com
stresses who have not one whit niurn
weary and looks to th - b-d: but just as sufficiently abated to allow the party
the holes; and so the warren grows
reliueinent, and are not in any respi-vf
we lie down to rest ever.’ other p irt of
and grows, and the tenant farmer
"Why, I never heard of a short-horn
better cilueated than girls who are ens
the body, if w ■ by a h -arty meal give sally forth singly < r in pairs to meet in runs sluggishly, she is drunk
]l|oye<l as servants in households. But
the stomach five hours' work, which in some secluded spot, far removed from stupor of laziness. She is an enormous
"Oh, you didn’t! There are a great patience with “them plaguy rabbits,” ilu' former hold themselve* far abuts
its weak state reqtifi-s a much longer any settlement, which experience has reader of novels, but finds even the
many things you never heard of, Mrs. and vows: “If squoire wunt kill ’em, I the latter. Th»' civilization is wrung
time to perf »rm than at an eat Ter proved to be a likelv place to find their magazines “too solemn ” for her mind
wull!” With carnivorous animals, how
Bowser, and never will!”
which teaches young girls and women
qitarrv. Ai riving at their rendezvous,
hour of tlie day. it is
ever, the case is widely different.
to make a distinction of this kind.
the party lands and makes a camp. No
posing upon a ser, »nt a
“Thin! Of course he is! If he was
It is also a wrong civilization which
work just at the close of a hard day’s fires are lighted nor any thing done in neglected her studies, abandoned her
fat he couldn't hold half of our kitchen catch. They are never, in the strict teaches young women, whose parents
H •!:<■ • the unwisdom of eat
are well able to provide fol' thi’niand
ing hear ily bit • in the day or evening selves, which might frighten the wary nothing at all. Her mother has loved
ture unaided can support them but
“Just hear him take on!”
who are surrounded by tlie comfortsnf
and no wonder it Iris c »st m my .man otter. The place usually selected for her too well to allow her to make a bed,
sparingly; when the balance is dis
“Go away with you! It’s your voice
home life, that they are in duty bound
his life. Always hr- ikfast before work a eamp is in some secluded bay of the sweep a room, keep up any routine of
turbed quarrels ensue. Britain has lost
or excrcis ••. No laborers or active per islands, and when all the boats have duties or studies, and the result is a that excites him! Mrs. Bowser, if that with the bear and the wolf her larger to go out into the world and compete
with their less fortunate sisters in the
sons should e it an atom later than sun arrived they cruise around the bay and
carnivora, though the otter, tin* badger
down, and the i it should not lie ovi'i patiently watch the smooth surface of and disgusted. A lazy young woman blame for it, and it will cost you eight and the fox remain. Otters are, com struggle for a living. Home life and
home w»»i*k constitute the proper spher»
half the mid 'ay m»»al.
Persons ot the water for the black, glistening is as unlovely a sight as a slovenly one. dollars in cash!"
paratively speaking, thinly distributed,
I went into the house and the pig
for every woman, and it is a false phi
sedentary habits, or who are at all ail head of their game. Sometimes weeks A girl of eighteen, a talented girl,
and seldom remain more than a day
ing, should tak - absolutely nothing for are spent iu this way without a sign needs at her elbow a mother or a seemed more quiet. Mr. Bowser fed in the same spot, wandering far in losophy which teaches anything else,
supper beyord a single piece of cold of an otter, but the Aleut has the guardian who shall unceasingly and him corn, potatoes, apples, swill, cold search of food. The badger is omni l'he woman, whether married or un
stale brea I and butler, or a ship-biscllit knack of waiting patiently down about earnestly inspire her with an ambition biscuit, a rib of cold beef, peanuts, vorous—wasps’ nests, young rabbits, married, who can not live at home and
to take always and ever an upward grass, half an orange and a banana.
find employ ment in home work is un
with a sing e cup of warm drink. Such as tine as any person on earth.
beetl , worms or blue-bell roots, noth
step.—*V. O. Picayune.
When he came in he rubbed his hands
fortunate. But the unhappy condition
a Slipper will always give better sb-ep
When an otter is sighted the occu
ing conies amiss. Hence, where once
of these unfortunates is rendered »11
and prepare for a heartier breakfast, pant of the boat which is nearest the
"Seems almost like being on a farm
the more unhappy by th»' competition
with the advantage of having th - ex- animal holds up his paddle, the rest ol
borhood, theyofteli increase in consid
ereisffof the whole day to grim! it up the party immediately take their places Defacement of the Yellowstone Geysers »»y again! I ought never to have been erable numbers. But were nature's of girls w ho, although they have com
any thing but a farmer.”
Sliallow-Minded V isitors.
fortable ’mines, will, for the sake of
and extract its nutrime .t. Never eat so as to form an immense semi-circle,
efforts not supplemented by the game
It is a pity that the wonderful natu
earii ng a pittance of ]
We hail scarcely finished supper when
without an inclination.— Halt's Journal with its periphery seaward and the
of Heal h.
shore-line forming its chord. This be ral attractions of the Yellowstone Na the pig began to squeal. Mr. Bowser his present numbers, would be in employ nient as “sab'slaoh *.' » r clerks,
ing completed and the escape of the tional Park can not be preserved from went out and walked seven times poor ease indeed, and where food is or seamstresses.— Denver 'i'ri’.i in.
otter cut off, the hunter who first saw vandal hands for future generations. around the pen, without being able to really scarce, as in the highlands of the
A GROWING EVIL.
the animal cautiously approaches the From the report of Captain Moses Har find any thing wrong. The pig had a North, the shepherd boy can tell of
The Abundance of Malndleg to Which
: pot w here lie is < xpeeted to rise, ami ris to the Secretary of the Interior, it good bed and an abundance of food. many a battle in the dawn. A pair of Oventndy Among; Children Rulnin* Mur
Over-Eat n 4 Make* ¡hem Liable.
would seem that the geysers of the Yel • but he stood in the middle of the pen
Stroiii; 1’hyaleal ConstltnUolM.
The melancholy pint of the study of when near enough throws a short
as well as the game, needs I and kept up a doleful squealing; ami brown owls of our acquaintance wen
Dr. Will ¡am A. Hammond md 1
cage»! birds is the iibiindniiee of dis spear, w ith unerring aim, into its body
paper on "Brain Forcing in the E i I im -
it was not until Mr. Bowser knocked
eases to which they are liable. Es (lie moment the animal comes in sigh1.
“It is apparent from the most casual him ilown with a fence picket that we box fixed up in a high beech tree. tiyn of Children” recently, before 350
pecially during the winter ai d the early The spear is so made that the head be
observation that the means heretofore 1 got an interval of rest. He squealed They have remained in possession ever members and guests of the Nineteenth
spring tlie pathetic little ea| tives ar»- comes loosened from tho staff upon
employed for the preservation of the - from eight'to nine without a break, and. since, nesting every spring and bring Century Club, lie told of a little girt
apt to suffer ami die in a way which striking an object, but is still attached
natural objects of wonder and beauty when Mr. Bowser came home at the ing tip their young. No sooner, how brought to him one day afflicted with
make* tho very fact of their captivity to it by a long line of sinew. The otter
in the Park have been entirely inade latter hour, he punched him with a hoe ever, are these young full grown than St. Vitus’ dance. She had been to
a reproach. Aller examining the grisly immediately dives and probably takes
quate. It may be said w ithout exag handle and secured another respite. their parents begin driving them about; school and in her book-bag she had
catalogue of their complaints, we hive
with scarce a moment's pause they
come to the conclusion that the ex- the natives by long experience know
hustle and worry and scare them from geography, a history of the United
geyser formations in the Park has ful music began again.
ecs-i ve dullness of their life in cage the direction he will pursue and quickly
tree to tree, until at the end of a week
escaped mutilation or defacement in
States, an astronomy, a temperan®
“He's the uneasiest pig I ever saw,”
drives them to til»' only ilidulg uiee paddle to the spot. When the animal
some form. Those that have been most I ventured to observe, “and I wonder or so they succeed in ejecting them physiology anil hygiene, a French
which is possible to them, that of over rises for breath another spear is
fortunate are covered with lead-pencil you didn’t get some other breed.”
grammar, a French reader and a treat
eating themselves. Th" excit -d bird plunged into him. This goes on until
low trees and—which brown owls like
inscriptions, recording the names of
ise on general science. These sub
“Mrs. Bowser, did you ever own a
which falls from it* perch, in t io mid loss of blood and strength compel him
better—fir trees all about; but no, the jects she was expected to master at
those shallow-minded visitors to whom pig. shoat or hog in all your life?”
dle of a 1» ir.f. of song, smitten with to cease his struggles. A boat is then
such a distinction is a pleasure. A
home in six and a half hours, if she
apoplexy; tlie hot ami lump»' binl brought alongside and he is dispatched,
and go they must. A pair of moor gave the needed time to sleep, to eat
lead - pencil mark seems to be a
which is a victim to hepatitis; th" cor taken on shore and skinned, or if too
hens in a small pond in our garden do
very harmless defacement, but names
)me good(?) (
pulent b i ll whose figure no dandelion far aw ay from land this work is accom
When I want your advice 1 will ask for the same, apparently because there is ing. to dressing and recreation. Con
tinuing he said:
leaves of E;»s nil s ilts w ill reduce; the plished in the boat itself. The work ot bearing date of 1880 are still dis ' it!”
only one good nesting-place—an azalea
coverable through the thin deposit
She had learned all these thing’s, but
epileptic bird that drags on existence skinning an otter in one of the small
“But is he to squeal all night?”
which hangs over the WAtev.—Satur she was spending her brain capital, not ‘Orp
by sipping tincture of lobelia and drops liidarkas of the Aleuts seemed tome a
should go on unchecked, in a very
her brain income. Intellectual bank
of •aster oil, all the*»' mid incholy in absolute impossibility, but lam assured
I think he did. He got a little hoarse
few years these once beautiful forma
ruptcy was staring her iu the face. ID
valid* would ha«e escaped their sail bygood authority that it is often done
tions w ill have become unsightly and
ire living too much under the reign of
condition f they could have resisted by the natives. When the sea is rough
unattractive objects. At the Upper
the schoolmaster. The brain of » child
°®ly first ch
the tempting hemp-seed and the lus two boats are lashed side by side cata
Geyser Basin, names with date of June, the same. Mr. Bowser went out and Names by Which Workmen DlatinKulHli it seven years is larger in proportion
cious milksop. But how are they to maran fashion, thus securing greate:
t'nskilled Member» of Their Craft.
1886, lia' e been chiseled into the solid
drag life through their long monoto stability. Sea-otter hunting was pur-
Strikes bring out the technical slang to its body than is the brain of an adult pirst-ela<
geyserite so deep, that, in the slow pro toga potatoes, ami for an hour or two
ued with succC'S along the whole ex
nous days? In the utter insipidity of
the trades, and particularly th» for after that age the brain »Iocs not
cess of nature, many years must elapse he stood in a corner of the pen and
aviary existence the open ami inex tent of the Aleutian Islands in the early
opprobrious epithets by which the dif nerease in size. Children in their tir*
before this mutilation w ill be obliter seemed buried in reflection. Then he
haustible ls»x of food decoy* them like days of the Territory, but latterly the
ferent classes of workmen distinguish 'en years ought to learn solely tlu’ongh
ated. Not content with the deface suddenly appeared in the back yard
a vice, ami they succumb to tempta area of distribution of the animals seems
the unskilled men who labor at the
ment of the formations, efforts are con and rooted up six dollars’ worth of new
•hild doesn't look at a book until he»
tion. ns M lie. Bovary did. from sheer gradually to have contracted, so that it
stantly being made to destroy the sodding and two beds of flowers, and same trades. In most cases it will b, ten years old he will learn to read
unmitigated ennui. Sometimes, in the baldly pays to hunt them west of
found that these slang terms originate
geysers themselves, by throwing into the cook and I had no sooner got him
later stages of decline, all reticence is Oonalaska Island at the present day
in some technicality of the traile. Thu- piielier than a child who studied ha
them sticks, logs of wood and all sorts into the pen than he began sipiealing
letters at three. Laws prevent phvsi- A well at
thrown aside, and the unfortunate 1 he Choumagin Islands, a group lying
During the afternoon Mr.
of obstructions. The eruptive force of again.
songster sits all daylong at the fei'd- just south of the Alaskan peninsula,
“plug,” after the little metal plug 01 •al overtaxation of children: why id
several of the geysers has been totally Bowser remained home and worked the
their intellectual overtaxation? Menr UnI years.
ing trough, shelling and throwing and close to the eastern extremity ol
destroyed by vandalism of this charac
•ry is not knowledge. Because chil-
aside the food that it positively can not the Aleutian group, is the center of tin
by night the pig had got it into his open and close the circuit. They an
swallow, and yet must In- handling. otter-hunting grounds. A peculiarity ter. The foot-steps of the thr» ngs of head that the less he was heard from also called “chair-warmers,” the mean Iren recite well does not mean thd ® in frozen
visitors are wearing away the deli
In these sail cases a live spider is some of the animal is that it seems to have no
ing of which is apparent to every they understand. They recite by M* e"demvofSc
I the better.
times found beneficial, as for hysterical regular breeding season.— John Cassia eate. and lace-like tracery of the sili-
So do parrots, Such’ cultivation J °nths the we
The next day the animal got out
clous deposits. and in a few years th<
memory weakens the brain powers ** >tiippt.(l w
human patients the fam ly doctor may I <inti, , ?/. m San franc sea Chronicle.
formations surrounding the geysi r* twice, and it didfl't take but twelve of
How much better it would lie if we k" ***tof some
recommend a pantomime or a fancy
will present the appearance of the won the neighbors to get him back. After setter as a “shoemaker" or n "black
ball We can not but think that nior<
more objective teaching. " h d
Hygiene Versus Medicine.
he first night, ami from that to the smith.” The derivation of the formei •an a child get from Dr. Jolrti«*’ * «¡11 froze!
W the aeadei
study might with advantage be given
light of his death, he rested or.e hour appellation is from the fact that a com
...v-..v..:- —‘a -i reticulat"
The development of sanitary science' defacement of the beautiful objects cal
to the question of «-aged bird*, since
and squealed the next a* ivgularlv as
with interstices betiieen tl* n<»us depths,
this seem* to be the difficulty upon '1:1* advanced with rapid strides duringj only be prevented by watchful super
correct them after the type is set up by structure 1............. ..............
he last three decades Thirty yeai'J
w hlcli their mana gement alway s strikes.
There is too nine« w"ed the g
of the pen was a dull day in our house. taking out the misplaced letters am
Il 4* curious that bird f.im-iers persist »go it scarcely had an existence. Oui ( ment of lawful penalties. A certain
in spite of*“ ,r»zi'n to a d
The night we didn't wish him dead and
in feeding t! er charges with hemp liminished rate of mortality is du»* to 1 amount of w ear and deterioration, inci
I confess t»“ ^*1 cold coul
places. Tailors also u*e the won.
• » ui|».»111, with
seed. probably because the irresponsi ji-eater extent to th * cause than to ini- dent to the multitude of visitor* is threaten to murder him in the morning "shoemaker" to distinguish a pom strong sympathy
was a rare exception. On several occa
We must remember that l»|ll, *• have conel
ble little wretches gobble it up witlyso »roved methods of treatment of dis- probably unavoidable.”— Goldin Bule.
hand, as an unskilled workman make- truant. V.\,
much gri e line-*. But this is no more •ase*. We point thi* out, not with th»
brain differs vastlv from woman »1*** •«rate,! a fr
—Miss Nlatibla Johnson lias just died
“I lielieve that man cheated you on his stitches too far apart, anil is then
a reason for giving it to th in than the intention of sneering at the anxioii- in London, 116 yeairs old. Eighty-nine
«*1 period w
fore better adapted to sew leather, I'hev ought not to have the same
if education until they have these11*
fact that children like macaroons in»l tin» often, thankless work perform- years ago her intended husband died
where he can punch the holes with ai »bill of brain and the s.-iinc ki*«“
would be a reason for feeding them ■ I by our do-tor*, but to accentuate th» suddenly and she made a will giving
"Cheated me! Oh. yes. I've lived in
“A cable disp
icrvous system*.—A'. )'■ Tribunt-
act that preventive medicine is mor» her entire fortune to the Military Ho*,
daily U|»on this indigestible dainty.
The appellation, “blacksmith.” is ap
. ’»‘ft will d
Bird* require at leant as much care as Miwerful and far-reaching in it* < fleet pital and directing that “Love Killed this world forty-five year* to be taken plied to a printer whose fingers ar
V of the G<
han the emleavoi to cope with disease. Her" should be engraved on her tomb in by n farmer who doesn't know
ehildre i in -electiiv- for them, not
whether Julius Cmsar was a blacksmith clumsy, ami a jeweler also term« an un ■vent duck hunting, and while at le* r‘* ’ left ove
Mot only is pH'vention better that stone.
what they prefer. Inn what is best.
or an alderman!”
*pts to deci
lire,” but it is also easier. Far iron
luck with a breei h-loading rille-
By and by the pig got his appetite, smith" for the same reason.
— Bertie Mamma, I thought you
his being a slur upon the medical pro
•all came to the city and went throw"
A term of opprobrium which wa
S »me Boston women arc beginning ession. we should probably not be be said Mr. Johnson was a very wise man. and a pail of swill was only a mouthful
he door of a resilience on
•treet, just missing a child's head-'-*
to any that it give* tie tn a headache to . »»nd the mark in -fating, that alm»»* Mamma Well, so he is, Bertie. Ber- for him. Mr. Bowser sent up corn and used by obi New York printers to denot
an unskilled compositor, was the won F. .Sum
ait through a aerino:« with their bon
very important sanitary measure ha- tie—1 know Is Iter, After I tol<l him meal and buffalo feed and several
net* on. and ask why they can no:
rigmateil with it, and ha* been pres* to-day I was in school he wanted to
—Fourteen clocks keep the ti®* .
7* vos aim
more that pig ate. and the tno.x: he ate hand was generally a drinking man an
take them oil' iu church.— Boston Jour
d by it upon an often unwilling pub know how much two times three was
lie State-house in August ». Me..
the thinner he goL It somehow got spent his time loafing or “boarding" ii ■ight-ilay. Two of the clocks »re
A. }'. Dera I__________
»io.— Saturday Hecieio.
liquor saloons.— Boston Globe.
HOW TO EAT WISELY.
TALENTED BUT LAZY.
Mr., llowser*. Experience With a Sew Style
Porker Discovered by Her Husband.
forty years of age.____ —-" ‘