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A TRUE STORY
FACTS OF inuu.1
come to their assistance. They must LEON GAMBETTA.
F rightening C hildren to S leep .—
1 decide quickly what they would do.
A lady overheard her nurse girl the The Practical Joke Played on a Young
and Philip said there were three
Southerner by a Friendtin Leipsig.
courses open to them. First, if they Diicon tented end Depressed by Uncongenial ¡other night talking to the little child
she was putting to- sleep, and among
chose, they could wall up the gates of
The atreet waa wet with the winter's »now.
other legends of the nursery in which
And the woman's feet were aged and How.
the town and die of starvation. Sec
ondly, they could accept the Count’s HIS MOTHER SENDS HIM TO PARIS she indulged was th:s:
She atood at the croaaing and waited long,
"If you don’t go right to sleep this
terms, march out with the ropes
Alone, uucared for, amid a throng
very minute, a big, awful black bear,
around their necks, and take what
(If hamau being«, who paaaed her by.
The following amusiug story is no
ever punishment the Count might
An old acquaintance of Gambetta with eyes like coals of tire, and sharp,
Nor heeded the glance of her anxious eye.
put upon them. If they should de contributes an important anecdotal white, cruel teeth, will come out from fiction. Its principal actor is a well
Down the atreet with laughter and shout.
j under the bed and eat y-o u a l l known musical gentleman of this
cide to do that Philip said he would
Glad in the freedom of school let out.
, . ,
offer himself to the Count to be paper to the March Century, contain ¡up!”
city, who tells the tale, though its
Game the boya like a tiock of sheep,
hanged first. Thirdly, they could get ing the following account of a rather The poor little thing nestled down point is aimed at himself, with u
Hailing the snow piled white and deep,
together 5000 of their best men, unscrupulous ruse by which Gam under the clothes and after a long
march to Bruges, and fight the quar betta’s mother got the means to send season of terror fell ash*ep to dream hearty relish. It is a custom among
Past the woman so old and grey,
Hastened the children on their way,
frightful dreams of horrid bearseat musical students at Leipsig to play
The answer of the people was that her son to the law school in Paris.
ing her up.
practical jokes upon each other,
Nor offered a helping hand to her,
As th«“ "Bazar Génois” was in the
That night when the stolid nurse
Philip should decide for them, and he
So meek, ao timid, afraid to stir,
aimed more to make one appear
at once said, “Then we will fight."
Lest the carriage wheel» or horse's feet
The 5000 men were got together, great degree with rustics. Li*on got fortable bed and put the light out, ridiculous than to do one harm.
Huould crowd her down in the slippery street.
and on the 1st of May they marched sick of dealing with haggling rustics, there came a sudden rap at the door, Some years ago, when the aforesaid
At last came one of the merry troop,
out of town to win or lose the desper
and the voice of the mistress called gentleman, whom we will call l’enac,
The gayest laddie of all the group.
ate battle. The priests of the city- and prayed to lx- removed from loudly through the panels:
stood at the gates as the men marched behind the counter to the desk. As
"Maggie! Maggie! for mercy’s sake was studying ill that place, there
He paused beside her, and whispered low,
“I’ll help you across if you wish to go.”
out, and prayed for blessings upon he was a quick accountant, and wrote get up as quick as you can! There’s ; chibc to tlio conservatory a young
them. The old men. the women and in a neat, legible, and flowing hand, a fearful burglar under your bed. and i Southerner, to study the violin. Fenac
Her aged hand on his strong young arm
the children cried out, “If you lose this was granted. He did his best to as soon as you get to sleep he’s com anil several of the students took him
She placed, and without hurt or harm
battle you need not return to give his mind to the business, but ing out to rob and murder you!”
He guided the trembling feet along.
Ghent, for you will find your families failed, and his health sank under the
At the word burglar she sprang out to show him the lions. As they
Proud that his own were firm and strong.
tedium of uncongenial pursuits. No screaming from the bed. tore opeu passed along he said to sevi-ral of his
dead in their homes.”
Then back again to hi» friends lie went,
The only food there was for these device to which the watchful and the door and fell in hysterics into the companions. "Now, you do just as I
His young heart happy and well content.
5000 men was carried in five little tender mother resorted could get the hall. The lesson was even more in do, and we’ll have some fun with this
“She’s somebody's mother, boys, you know, carts, while on another cart two casks better of his splenetic state. He had structive than the mistress htul de new fellow.”
As they reached the square iu
For all she's old, and poor, and slow;
of wine were taken.
a fixed ambition which, as it appeared signed; but when the girl’s fears were
which the statue of Bach is raised
The next day- Van Artevelde placed to him a chimerical one. made him calmed she said to her:
And 1 hope some fellow will lend a hand
To help my mother, you understand,
his little army in line on the common restless, discontented and miserable; “You did not hesitate to tell my aloft, Fenac solemnl y turned about
of Beverhoutsveld, at Oedelem, near it was to study law. and become a little delicate child, who could not I and rever.ntly doffed his cap, his
If ever she's old, and poor, and grey,
Bruges. There was a marsh ill front teacher to a Legal Faculty in a possibly know that it was a lie, a I [ companions following suit.
When her own dear boy is far away.”
The young Southerner, with eyes
them, and Van Artevelde protected provincial city. One day his mother cruel story of a bear under her bed;
And "somebody’s mother” bowed low her their flank by a fortification consist
called him to her. She said she had now, when I treat you to the same j wide opened for “foreign observa
In her home that night, and the prayer she ing of the carts and some stakes been unhappy in witnessing his kind of slumber story, vou are nearly- [ tion,” gravely asked the meaning of
driven into the ground. He then sent growing depression, and she handed frightened to death, io morrow you this meuoeuvre.
“Ah,” replied Fenac, “you don’t
a messenger to the Count, begging him a bag of money which she had can go into the kitchen and work
Was “God be kind to the noble boy
Who is somebody's son, and pride, and joy.” him to pardon the people of Ghent, saved unknown to anybody—enough you are not tit to care for little chil know much of German people and
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| their customs ?”
and having done this, he ordered his to defray the cost of his journey to dren.”
THE TROUBLESOME BURGHERS.
“No,” said his companion.
men to go to sleep for the night.
Paris and enable him to study law
Mow many children are there who,
At daybreak the next morning the there for some-time. A trunk full every night of their lives, are fright “Well,” said Fenac, “Bach is very
Philip Van Artevelde waa a Butcli
I much revered in Leipsig, so much so
man. His father, Jacob, had been little army was aroused to make final of clothing had been prepared, and ened to sleep?
that it is a custom for all who pass
Governor of Ghent, and had made preparations for the desperate work was at the office of the stage-coach,
himself a great name by leading a before them. The priests exhorted where a place was booked for him to ' ! A G ood P udding .—An excellent j his statue to uncover. Beautiful
revolt against the Count of Flanders, the men to fight to death, showing the nearest railway. Madame Gam pudding is mad^by soaking one pint custom, isn’t it?”
them how useless it would be for betta instructed him to slip quietly j of fine, nice bread crumbs in a pint
"Beautiful, indeed,” replied the
and driving him of the country.
Philip was a quiet man, who attend them to surrender or run away, as away, in order to avoid a painful ‘ | of sweet milk; beat the yolks of six ' new-comer.
“I’ll give you a few points. I’ll
ed to his own affairs and took no part they were sure to be put to death at scene with his father, who was de ' eggs and the whites of three till they
in public business; but in the year any rate. Their only hope for life termined that his son should succesd I are very light; beat in with them one i tell you another custom in musical
1381 the good people of Ghent found was in victory, and if they could not him in the business. This communi coffee cup of sugar, one tablespoonful j circles; that is the solemn admiration
themselves in a very great difficulty. win that, it would be better to die cation w-as so unexpected and de of melted butter; stir these in with paid Beethoven. Why, Hhenever
Their city was subj’ect to the Count fighting like men than to surrender lightful that for the rest of the day the bread crumbs, add the grated rind [ his name is mentioned it is the habit
Leon was in a state of bewilderment. and the juice of one lemon. Bake in to close one’s eyes and bend one’s
of Flanders, who oppressed them in and be put to death like dogs.
every way. He and his nobles After these exhortations were given, He rose betimes next morning, and ■ a deep pudding dish. When done, | head devoutly.”
The Southerner was much im
thought nothing of the common peo seven gray friars said mass and gave stole off as instructed. Before Mad | spread a layer of tart jelly over the
ple, but taxed them heavily and inter the Sacrament to all the soldiers. ame Gambetta had instructed her son : top and then a meringue made of the pressed. He had imagined such
Then the five cart loads of provisions to follow his vocation, she had taken j whites of three eggs, which should be musical enthusiasm, but scarce hoped
fered with their business.
The city of Bruges was the rival of and the two casks of wine were di steps j keep him out of misery when reserved for this purpose. Set it in to find it, and was delighted.
Fenac forgot the matter entirely,
Ghent, and in those davs rivals in vided among the men, for their last the hoard placed in his hands should j the oven to brown the top; this takes
When that meal was be exhausted. In 1856, the year in
until some time afterward he chanced
trade were enemies. 1’he Bruges breakfast.
people were not satisfied with trying eaten, the soldiers of Ghent had not which Gambetta left Labors, M. not more than four minutes being to be at aD evening reception where
Emile Menier went there on a busi
to make more money and get an ounce of food left anywhere.
he found himself near his Southern
Meantime the Count called his men ness tour. He had just opened the required for it.
more business than Ghent could, but
friend. Before he had a chance to
C old W ater D rinking .—Cold baths | address him, he was amusingly sur-
they wanted Ghent destroyed, and so together in Bruges, and got them chocolate factory at Noisiel, and
they supported Count Louis in all ready for battle; but the people of traded in medicated biscuits and of the skin are good, but it is doubt I prised to see him bob up, close his
that he did to injure their neighbor Bruges were so sure of easily de sweet stuffs. Calling at the “Bazar ful if flooding the stomach on going eyes, and bow as if in prayer. He
stroying the little Ghent army that Génois,” he was received by Madame ! to bed and on rising, is not, on the had scarcely suppressed a smile be
Having this quarrel on their hands, they would not wait for orders, but Gambetta. In answer to his proposal | whole, the most profitable form of | fore a voice at his elbow asked if he
the Ghent people did not know what marched out shouting and making to sell his goods on commission she, bathing. Costiveness, piles and in- knew the young man. remarking:
with tears in her eyes, met it with 1 digestion are uniformly relieved by
to do. Count Louis was too strong merry.
“He seems very sensible; yet I
Born in Culpeppvr, C. H., Aug. :<U.i A t
Died in New York, Jan. 12, lHHi ,
As the column marched along the another. It was in the nature of the this morning ar.d evening cold douche. I have never met him but what he has
for them, and they were very much
•I. W. Patterson, in his anwJ*ve “
one enunciated by the unjust steward. | The quantity must be determined by I gone through that performance,
afraid he would destroy their town
“troublesome burghers" of Ghent sud “I have a son of great promise,” she I [ each one for himself. Two or three I sometimes twice or three times in an port as superintendent of pubva'en
and put the people to death.
stitutions, severely criticises lny n
A public meeting was held, and denly sprang upon them, crying. said, “whom I want to send to Paris, swallows will do to begin with, and evening.”
remembering how well old Jacob "Ghent! Ghent!"
against his father’s will, to study the quantity will soon grow to a
The charge was so sudden and so law. He is a good lad and no fool. tumbler full ; and we have known per new comer, saying: “I have had my The schools, which have fall■■■
van Artevelde had served them
against the father of Count Louis, fierce that the Bruges people gave But my husband, who wants him to I j sons to use much more with marked j | joke and don’t want you to make too attendance and decreased in i;were
they made his son Philip their cap way, and fled in a panic toward the continue his business here, will. I benefit. If wisely managed, every ' I much of a fool of yourself.” For a no longer perform their wir,over
tain, and told him he must manage town, with Van Artevelde’s men at know, try to starve him into submis dyspeptic will be greatly improved by , moment the victim would not believe oughly. The teachers are in
their heels in hot pursuit.
The sion. What I am about to propose ; j this cold stomach bath.
this quarrel for them.
tent, often seeking only to ch ”?1*
Philip undertook this duty, and Count’s regular troops tried to make is that if I buy your chocolate at the , A mmonia . A great labor saving ar j
minds of the scholars with
” and practiced it with assidu things,
tried to settle the trouble in some a stand, but the burghers of Ghent rate you offer it, and buy it outright tide, and, like some medicines, good | custom,
and to that end using
peaceable way; but the Count was
and visionary illustrations. years
instead of taking it to sell on com for almost everything, is ammonia | , had been so idiotic.
angry, and would not listen to any they too became panic stricken and mission, you will say nothing if I A small quantity in warm water takes ' Y'ears passed, and one Sunday, a teachers, he says, must be hire^ncy
thiag that Van Artevelde proposed. fled. The Count himself ran with all enter it at a higher price, and you away every spot off of paint removes few
week since, a crowd of Boston larger salaries paid. The a80^
He said the Ghent people were rebels, his might, and as soon as he entered will pay the difference to my son?” every particle of grease from cooking j musicians
at dinner at a French man now receives $36 a mon: 0 . .
and must submit without any con the city he ordered the gates to be M. Menier, from whose lips I had this utensils, cleans and disinfects the I [ restaurant were
miles from average woman $22 and 3.117
ditions at all, and this the sturdy shut. He was so anxious to save him anecdote, agreed, and for some years drain pipe, cleans silver and brushes, Bovlston street, hundred
outlandish the 3,594 teachers are women.
self from the fury of Van Artevelde’s carried out the arrangement.
Ghent burghers would not do.
cleanses delicate laces without rub dishes are served that flavor of other
The London Truth tells this They
Count Louis would not march
bing, and is an excellent fertilizer for climes, and where, for the first time of a distinguished Loudon
against the town and give the people gates at once and leave those of his
Like other good things, it since the good old days at Leipsig, “When his young wife, to wb ^ Tl
a fair chance to fight the matter out
carefully used, plainly Penac and the Southerner met and was devotedly attached, was uf
He preferred to starve them, and for their fate. But it was already too i
The Astor estate, like the old Ro-
and kept at of the reach of cordially shook hands. The former death bed, a heavy and imi may |
that purpose he put soldiers on all late. Van Artevelde’s column had I man Empire, was once a unit, but at labelled
had entirely forgotten his practical case in which he was retained L ¿ol
the roads leading toward Ghent and followed the retreating crowd so fast last it reached a division. Like the little fingers.
for hearing. His presence
refusixl to allow any provisions to be that it had already pushed its head Emperors Arcadius and Honorius.
A lmond C andy . To make delicious ioke, and from a fun loving student on
into the town, and there was no driv the brothers John Jacob and William almond candy take one pound of had become a rather headstrong, ec absolutely indispensable in the <rene:
taken to the city.
The five thousand separated, and the realm which their sugar and about half a pint of water; centric musician. During the repast est of his client, Mr. Webster
The people soon ate up nearly all ing it back.
wonderful self-control, took hi«i
the food they had, ami when the “troublesome burghers,” with their grandfather founded is now two put in part of the white of an egg to his new found companion said:
“Oh, by the way. Penac, I have a in court, and spoke for several bi
spring of 1382 came they were starv swords in their hands, and still crying minor monarchies. The brothers, clarify the sugar; let this boil a few
ing. Something must be done at “Ghent!” swarmed into Bruges, "and however are on friendly terms, and minutes and remove any scum that i friend here whom I am anxious you returning at the end of the di
his wife’s side in time to hear
once, and Philip van Artevelde de quickly took possession of the town. t eir offices are side by side. John rises.
\\ hen the sugar begins to should meet.”
ciileil that it was of no use to resist The Count’s army was utterly routed « acob, whose health is feeble, has candy drop in the dry almonds; first,
"By all means introduce me, then.” last words. The next
any longer. He took twelve deputies and scattered. and the Count himself placed his real estate in the hands of however, you should blanch the nuts i “He is something of a genius, gen though he was heart broken am Valea
with him, and went to beg the Count would have been taken prisoner if his son \\ aldorf, who is now our by pouring hot water over them and erous to a fault, but lieciuiar—eccen whelmed with grief, he appear- gun.
court again, pale and determined«
for mercy. He offered to submit to one of the Ghent burghers had not minister to Rome. The latter is a letting them stand in it a few minutes; tric.”
resumed his speech, only leiW
any terms the Count might projsjse, hidden him and helped him to escape practical man, of unassuming man then the skin will slip off readily.
“Indeed. I have a penchant for when lie could safely do so.”
if the Count would only promise not from the city.
ners, has studied law, and under Spread the candy on buttered plates curio; what is its direction!”
\ an Artevelde’s soldiers, who had stands both public and private busi to cool.
to put any of the people to death.
“W ell. he plays beautifully, im At Moscow preparations furs 1"
Philip even offerisl himself as a vic eaten the last of their food that ness. His record while in the State C ocoanut C akes .—Take a small can provises, but lie has a fancy for coronation of the Czar are prot subje
tim. agreeing that the Count should morning in the belief that they would Legislature is certainly creditable, of desiccated cocoanut, put it in a 'not playing unless he is paid, no ing upon a fabulous scale of luaf-ing, i
banish him from the country as a never eat another meal on" earth, and it is evident that his ambition porcelain kettle anil place over the I matter if it is only a quarter, so long cence, and eleven miles of table there
punishment, if he would spare the supped that night on the richest rises above the mere possession of tire, and stir constantly until it is as it is something.”
being constructed for the banque posit
people of the town. But the haughty dishes that Bruges could supply; and wealth. It is understood that when nearly as dry as flour; then add one
the plains. In addition, eighty^* ha
Count would promise nothing. He now that the Count was overthrown, the division was made a map of the and one half cups of powdered sugar the introduction was effected. Said circular counters are being preps with
said that all the people of Ghent great wagon trains of provisions entire estate was prepared for the and the whites of two eggs beaten to Penac:
for the distribution to the mujih forge
from fifteen to sixty years old must poured into jxxir. starving Ghent.
900.000 pies. Rubenstein is to 4 lit th
purpose. through which a dividing a froth. Mix well and make into
“Your friend tells me that you are
march half way to Bruges bare head
There was a great golden dragon line was drawn, and the choice was
cakes; place them on well- a pianist, and I have a great desire to a march and direct an orchestnl such
ed. with no clothes on but their shirts, on the Belfrey of Bruges, of which made by lot. John Jacob obtained small
one thousand musicians and 4 uptr!
and each with a rope around his neck, the Bruges people were very proud. the Astor House, which alone is in a slow oven until they are of a hear yon. I hope." holding out his thousand choristers. Sixteen 4 have
hand, “that I shall have the pleasure mous vats, to hold free beer, are' casio
and then he would decide how many That dragon had once stood on the worth nearly two millions. Each of light-brown color.
of hearing you this afternoon," draw iug built in public places, and lb suc‘‘
of them he would put to death and Church of St Sophia in Constanti these brothers has about 3.000 houses
It is said that tar may be instan ing his hand away and leaving a company
how many he would spare.
nople, and the Emperor Baldwin had on his rent roll, and they are buving
is covering the Krei yarn
The Count thought the poor Ghent sent it as a present to Bruges. In property even at the present" ad taneously removed from the hands by quarter in the gentleman's palm.
with electric lights. Meanwhile have
people would have to submit to this, token of their victory Van Artevelde’s vanced rates. John Jacob has a
anxiety about the Nihilists
and he meant to put them all to death “troublesome burghers” took down preference for business structures, ange or lemon peel, and wiping dry reply of the gentleman, staring at apace, and the latest report is I er it'
when they should thus come out the golden dragon and carried it to and the one which he recently erected immediately. It is astonishing what the quarter, then looking into Fenac’s the ------
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a small piece will clean. The volatile face, questioningly. then angrily.
wit heut arms to surrender. He there ■ Ghent. | Harper’s Young People.
in Wall street is highly profitable, oils
in the skins dissolve the tar, so 1 i “That’s all right,” said Penac.
fore called on his vassals to meet him
notwithstanding the enormous cost
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airily; "that’s all right. I—want—” to
"How much do yon pay a load for He has also purchased a large plat in that it can be wiped off.
in Bruges at Easter, and go out with
on the subject of the coronation.
him to “destroy these troublesome
the lower part of Broadwav. where
T in M edding C ake .—Rub one cup >
There are indications that 4 snmi
another, who was much given to brag he will erect another business build of butter and three of sugar to a stared angrily in his face and begin
But the “troublesome burghers," as
ing. Such an establishment bring cream; add one cup of milk, four cups mngto back away; "I hope—that— pleasure party which returned '«L_
we shall see presently, were not the keeping. "I only pay "four and a ing in a rent of $50.000 is better of flour, five eggs, one teaspoonful of you will—favor us -you know.” anil Europe not very long ago has tb< t gQp
kind of men to walk out bare headed, hair, was the reply. “How do yon than half a dozen dwelling houses, (' cream tartar, half teaspoonful seda, he got to his Southern friend as simn cubus of a dishonest act weighin-J novi
with rojies around their necks, and manage to get it half a dollar cheaper since there is less proportionate re- one
its collective conscience, and 4 stro:
fourth pound of citron. This as possible.
than anybody else?" “I hire a hack pairs and fewer tax bills.
submit to destruction.
1 should think he was eccentric; some custom house inspector, if- tior.
1 makes two loaves.
Philip van Artevelde returned sadly and go out on the road, and meet the
Burns and scalds are immediately I thought he was going to knock me not proof against inner accnsntj ing
to Ghent, on the 29th of April, and wood wagons before they get to town."
,can5'nff 11 like weight.
It is pleasant alxmt 9 p. m ., when relieved by the application of dry down; never saw such a strange act I nites
told the people what the Count had “How much do you ’ pay for the
States Treasurer receive! £ vrhe;
ing man; I gave him the quarter,
said. Then the gallant old soldier
envelope a few days ago contaiifl wh*
and your second cigar, and Madame eneugh to dissolve it. Use the bi too: never felt so cheap in my life." ten dollars and a letter in which * of a-
1‘ster van deu Boaache exclaimed:
"No!” was the rejoinder. "Proba
“In a few days the town of Ghent
It lias Iwn remarked as singular
bly you felt about its I did in Leipsig anonymous writer savs that
shall lx» the most honored or the most that, although the war was ended have the door bell ring, and. after
To relieve a severe headache, bind ten years ago."
money is the estimated amount
humbled town in Christendom."
the temples tightly with a handker
eighteen years ago. the number of
Then Penac remember«xl: but he tbe government on dutiable art . lati)
Van Artevelde called the burghers inmates in the homes for disabled the ctispadore, turned up the gas. and chief or cloth.
all the same. - | Boston Home brought from Eurojie He »3 fofcg
ruater famalias has rushed off to make
together, and told them what the sit soldiers is steadily increasing.
i I c?uld have made head or til roe
herself presentable to callers, to have
uation was. There were 3G.G0U peo
the tariff, I would have paid th*
ach may be quickly stopped by small
the servant bring up a small bundle uobes
pie in Ghent and there was no food
honestly at once, and not have 4 ora
The humbug of the day in Paris
At present the most valuable gift fen
to be had for them. There was no just now is the sale of Gambetta au of dirty chromo* with an accompany
d myself to be overruled I’.'
can tie bestowed on women is other
hope that the Count would offer any i tographs. not one in a hundred of mg note, asking to purchase, and
Mr McKinstry of Hudson. N. Y.. which
mem tiers of the party, and | tai <
Letter terms, or that anybody would 1 which are genuine.
owns the largest apple orchard in thè well and worthily, and therebvmain glided into paying the custotn-k j* th' ]
I an answer.
I world 30.000 trees on 300 acres.
inspector instead of the
i tain themeelves.—[James Garfield.
Th» woman waa old. and raggad. and gray,
And bant with the chill of the winter's day;
Mr Oscar Wilde, aecurdL I
London 1 ruth, ih writing a ;l
drama for Miss Marv Vul
which the lady is a dnc^l
John B. Gough admits th J
of his suspender bottom kJ
way during his first public 1
his oratory would never »
heard of again. The world
said to rest on pins and
Harvard has students frjl
state in the Union except v AHH ts
Oregon, and Virginia.
are students from the
Columbia, Idaho, Montana She i
Armenia in Asia, Bahama’ rinci
Canada, France, Germain Mr!
Italy, Japan. New Brunswis^H
Scotia, and Prussia.
The Santa Rosa Jtepubh T*ter
J. L. Beiwly has a hen a t unte
progressive turn of mind, istin
scratched around and laid ven <
master a pair of eggs of 01,1 3re
design. One egg contains i
the other the white. Both ar. rlWe
together by a ligamentousrW;he '
something after the styi, ome
Bogus noblemen are lient
audacious. Several London ato it
keepers have been swindled i'he '
by them. American landlord*^11
give their English brethren i, 3 wi
the detection of the swirj’MOW
bogus duke was betrayed at ’heth
in this country not long ago enge
fact that his loots were .4 entin
run down at the heels.
On the occasion of her Ian
Bermuda, the Princess Louii 2!UU
gage consisted of not less tlmT?*!
three pieces, excluding ninei OU 1
wine. The first thing liri>ngl,uueH’
was a mocking bird in a cag. °“
of the trunks were marked o thoi
white letters. 1’. L.; one of th-’. i? •
est of them disclosed a bru|“Ax
inscribed, “Princess Louis«. >f tht
Advertisement in a Berlinv ine
paper. "A medical student ■ ,,Qt
means are exhausted would „-i.
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in the Rural Cemetery at ”'n j
three years ago. The monui .:an ’’
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English letters, is this inscriptffijc*
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