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Forest News (Newspaper) - November 22, 1877, Forest, IndianaewT*^ aW^BWSKSKSE?? -^-rTf'-i - ' ' ^ ' ' : V K , # ? * 3 S ^ ^ ^ ^ -:•:.:-¾^ ._•.: • . / A V ; - ^ ¾ ^ ¾ ¾ ^ ^ « d n x t r t n i l 5 ^ - B MWMgMi n air, J*ma u.juwMJtT. Ji tip c«ol woftUud, n e u i i Ml A i d » vUfe l iMiI l t If* .TlM (on* , wluTo«* _ i nai ptrUmi, j fn£r»a» rich »*d ms. , ' IwwK atfc», ith Uwb p#tert}n(t power,-' ' A.^_ .WrMW"llr«»Mii ««t »njra*»n mode* Stnrtr, • •ItettmeBqttQwct-Miai-ttae ere MpfitnfKaa. - Pownia tlwtngtMitbwowri lb«rwe; r -•. - DnakHwpcH^Beetart-UwnjiUh iu<i<iMi tor* ' - MM »ti«r»M »ct h»r pwitude to pror*. . Andmurad tba wild lower wlt^her queenlyluuil. -.ilMUlMceiitwof tl>o jwiJis grani"" ,' -^-. ! • all aw runtelMraia Ikirae Mood then),; Tkefalmt bloatbu Is tbsi proud f»rt«nw, *.* W« k m 'Ui triM a«t,<wIUT»tio» trlijgn- A Mrbtu poUfk. timwij««lh'n»lliijp . Tfcsi eriul jmlv 11*17 which" n« »er diet I <A VOMU'l » M B M , tusd wltb Ups tad «TMi)- nor wwwW n«cj*» felt tlio iut»on<*»ds»t, l i tmeMd'S ehydjlMp In jMiriwiJie^WfcS . 1» T»U Oik itre»« enwllojwitroaiioWSS-P- .- Haroalrttgact ugabb wa* • blwo 1 '• TkMttufri berpM*li#Mle,-r*»»in»tcloud ..: ritetaiaow-«ipp«dMuiailtaI-* nounuUproad.' PI* rlvil brwullMltmronld butcooJoa , clunowMsdwMtalitxloTlliwwi.-; --« - 3ata«e*aai«4b«aiM«lot JirtM carat , (For •*> IM4 bwrd 01 Her Mr f»vori(c'» f«,uJo) 1» raoiaat Kleador, wltt sujettlc weln, . . Kwk Jvok sad mowownt wUoir^ iqr' ibe W •- v*m. , " . . " • " • •J»pKri»iM»h»oaUw low bowed he«d .. • V.^, A»llU»«»kSow«m«,wUic»n»iwi)«lr«W: -- '' * * DM, oh dw&Uwr, sKt-w'.thiu IBT JMWM, . . . . . . . " • ••-• 5out! i i ,y • jlfyrJUiS 1. orarln ill "ViilSiiel • Qmted rtjrwfili, 7», „- ...... TIM wild Ic»8r*uJwerert: alhiie torn Uwf»»k a i k w l h a n g M l o l ' , >Uh«Ugh«- . .,,--,-:-- •. J • Ot \bf pmt t*ni tm tartitttnial; , .-. t u t »0 »Jleouttiiee», lei: them bwhleit." - :-» f n i l Uw»> daiighWl »nd «w Airy «iu«»n.T- CMJmJlHj&ms'. Moewaf wft-»«1 rwal .-.^.« > wis bin. T - . . . . . w i q n r i - j WWtotheikUil «s§«rowi) rested mjwthtir, whumailog.brrd.and.fl'en " ' JSileUed her Benft.ijr Mid «Cm »n . Ven th* Ujujise. ThthumaitD sit b aqt H . — . . . . A^wwH«»«pbrrffii5oced«fcet«.iMi-liottr,- --*- . Tojtwf wlTE tourlm, kustng weft MrootsOtWMt And t f a i t f a i wtfUag-home Ihetolrjf Hutaaf Ule Keij|i^ll« raUu'i eotMoleiiiieap, HiT3iTtoji»rt»kjww vhejiaoNiroeeiilT'Fr.^ BeauaHbeHowcrot lnef;n>pd piirterra. ... E-- u n A X B D I A T U . :- - Tiko the id«a o( hi» baling called'' Siah-.' David inA?j*BD4jd nau»j j t h»Tft"»wewt, inu»icnl itonntl, but thoro arc? ibtu with that Ditme. IfiariHy thiol tiyi£jyiTI do. J^tJt9"telIitti^.ttiit{i," huiibana;! want something diflfereftt-fro'jn any ori6 else, Torriio on 011 aic«ieH a dear - Jniby as wc have, "tt^t^wy'jrott toHeywiiodf' : c"?t-iTU tree.^! said .Mr;''Fulton,- rather Wtjy, •'• Itis deuced odd, that*a cerUiij: b^f-objttttto ioaittnj.TlveEnftle fellow sriWflwma.burdeo.'^'V" • *-• " I dldn'i think-,'-' mi& -Tin., i'ultonj i* t|mt you would inak> WnMI'iflW'ahd injurjuny; feeljamil" a«a aLtbifrjuHcmre: Mtt.:FultonbYo*e,-down into a, flopd of ^cawrrrT'T^-EJ • E ' , ' • . . . ''• ' E- r—Whferg i» the rlewly m»rfM.l>u»baiiI Uiat can' atanaEsuoh-aii appeal t-,-^h»d th'o^iStfi^'^jneH^anb^.^ir. Frjlto^ajibp; ~ edftfW* rough ma*aer, for although er Wu^Jiewafratr a/BJctionato'hu* t ^ a r S t t r ^ J - ^ - • • - • ' • -•-•--•—'•-» - - —J thefos^cheeksof-his 4«rbng:»flfe, a»he eallod her... Smiles -were -BOOU «hiBhni upan- Mra. -I'iiltbri'aT&o, -apd' l>eurath Tier*g|>arkliiig eyai the tcrfw-shdnt) 'tike dcff^ltotmitbat gltetenTlike jttigSt dla- ^mondsnnder^theSayii pf " " * . n o ftinjugoBt uiucv m » 7 » « i . •Jlbm* tb*w»ri«t eyee m«j bebqmiled.. • „A54*Jp«,'ou'"^*?Kl™?<UM,i; v VIMM t*e foot »r» (itbered on erorf-B . Aodr»M-Bot,d»T.ni)riiJ«W,.- <c -AodUwtMblelltlleogainBaiitaiDiI -l UtileogaoiBiiit i iI '-- : , .1» UM ihlctotl of 11» fl»t*£l 'is. ..J-.'..-V»'_'- v 5 - . - : ' - .,- • > .. .' T- ^-r^i Wh»H«^e«tbJfeUMrS-*t«W^»t,Ti>y obUfc ^-*-~TfWfi^««W|S»n(rifllf««.o,«;i -... : Th» AnRftot <liyt, who Cakn;«ud tnlld, ~^ja»ji «Tl«a5Jfit no niorau rj^v7?^ 3 R » JrftaB.»w»T the itmeatm/ul?.- i. :' «W»Uftdteiri»b»HI»<wui!i «.:•"•.. tfa««b«m»r. wwA u^eei- frem, tl)»J«lHgtf-- Fpractiaou «n <Krn»l pww.' >t_»*4l«, hither I L IreniWesSo lew - - Pfr yiCIf!' iftitist t*jrrtUli! Hwfc"i*' - 'JE. • fKerawa-maeUie-wnriJor hMMOt 4«*t, trHKTaKUfrfieMoJTlfe .-."' ^ : . - ^ - - »T cifld, Iho' Ihr foeMfo »(rtBg*nd Wed,. .- HijoTOitMia.jrtaKwilwiillrj'- '^ . .oa-lbjetde, r" ^ Imwill. '!—-, . ^ 1 ^ - - ^ .---.•yaLJt-AiKr-MB^ ywMffjwj.- liwt'klt'joSiriiitBetoI nn,- ' v ^ Aad count thelhlno that we bare donet: and coiuitlnft 8nd • 4^'- who. heard? . OoaieU^raflnract, 0110 wot*. .. That wued (h«ihtmft nt him l . Onaglann tnqet kiod, . , That fell ilkoVumhlw- nhere It went. - -Tbetijire mar odWtthodaj; •ell-flWnU' v,- 'Bat, U thfough all the llT«.|oof i»r W«4» aaaed «0 li«rt t j y«a dr flaj •,; „,.>JL_^il UuuuglHtall jre'ttdOBe ootbtng lhal we cah trace, That broo'iVt the nuahinftira lace; .:^. . :»a*el, Dwatama^ :~~. T*af hejped'aome «HlVwxl nothing - Then Wtint that aar u wofaethon ] .coat,' loaU- •- est lU»|?f«. THE EBAfly^! ; ' . . " . v- BT JOJW O.-HOCH. • ; . - , i - j '; .."It'sibovit -trrafc iay doaf, thjif the. '"•_' E b a b j should bavca HRIITO, is i t .notfL _* . *- said" Mr^'ulton jpUis w f^eKflnp. mprrttrig; attRSw«^kfa»t-BibIe.;"• • . •;, - T": ^^tthitik," replied Mht-TPuttonj1?.that- itUjehaby is exvr goinc ..tg. bo named, ^ftU high • tim^ndrt^Uiiljt --thiSk, $M<y . liltlff "dear ia now nearly. fivo weeks old, Micrlws ins name." - ? ' " I was thiaking, my. doiir, Imtniglrt, itJnicht"not"*c ttiniw Uv nnmc the child after rae," said MrE Fuitoi't.L-"^lrttrHfer ^ 0 * will ndmit, is ft: cunniug, j>rcUy name. What do^you thinltof U V' v -'vT'*'"'^ 'a>a'swecVisouinltng- {its,young wife,..and'whilst wipingiway iter: tears, hesaif^i ^Ycs,"rt is;ft "sweclisouyltrt ^naine, - • = airt 1 always liked it," said Mr?; FuTteiM. - ." butihen it -will be,old'=Ch~arles .KTid „^r w,- -7--; ^ v- - ^\ • •• -ydungOharles «11 tliotlme, to rltstrngBisIi E; ^ ° Y r P m "otgpingto hweanyrfung one fto»-th. other. , Ido^ot tltv&Ifc .*«? d o wttbEnamhig tho baby.• • Y«n can would bo pleasant, do youl'V . \ •.. » % % WjJ-¾¾¾¾¾¾ ^ l l f t B i \ ' • - : - "OruMUtseitwould JioVEsiid Mf._ .. "HP,..' »i.4 Mre. Fulton, "l-jms Fulton. • 'J never thought of iliat,, i t -cctWuriy.wottifl be objeotidnable.^ What 'U "W*~*t.«(i • ^ < • » ' "'Wts.tloirij Jus t i ce* a n d Motlertttlon. T ^ a s E ? ^ , V - . E - /:••••.;. -.:. .:. . - Z A ^ - T ^ - J J ^ ^ ,^---, ..--.."; VOMMEffi. > £ & - ' • • a c 1. as >eit.l 1 lin ri5g.rJaaon: bte) tool—in all^ -^which,-iho .was! strongly second^dliy Bei rnotherEwiro had come irver to help': them settle , down. Mr, Itottpertook'e^tBBThbuid^QyerJrom'fcp" -to bottom, and had to sdm'it that they- had bettered them'ifelves by the luoTe, and he hojied that this time tho. women would freabto" to. g e l alons- »i^~ the nfighVTH ip. peace felse you-'caft do.J> " . :" - " X wiirjiaihe thVbohjy.io pieaseyou," s^aidSTrf F<il,toii J jil casajitly' j_lf ind, l jri (1 also respect yojjr-6r0ferince Jor^pripfe uraLjiames.^:Aji!:ia«C- haajjlrucfc rpei-J ^ave great" IfespepL for my father, and I ea* respect your- feelings, ray.dear,:iuid frpleaso^*w«lf - fcy 5*ffijfik^OTJ3lild; aftanny mtheh .-We^^«ilTSe«hifd Noah." ;: . _ . _ . '•'. •!Lf?oah? You^are-fbkingl" said.Mrs. Fulton, with a lwt<)f astoHishmchi in her fito6. :jtJToah! J^'ygii . Wanted to laker to aritedil itviaa. .llamsTTFwBffUl Tbe better to-Ca 1)-it Adam, as i t . ls our first child^ -But7oiieaa?t bo i« earnest, Mr. ;-j.:Eu.lton-. -Neahf- VVhaLaborrible'iiamel i-tton*tbrfieve^mr what, you--are^doing thirt*»lamuT me,".::', " V- . . :•>•- . ,.:• . •" Wol) , 1 *dgclarct.-_you are-the most obstinate woman I, cwr. sawl." ..saitfcMr. •Fni^m,iwinewhut rn--a passion.' ? You wished me td^utime.'ih'e child," and *aid ypUTVQutdTp.nJce naobjeetion, and at the very flrst-n^ae, ftnd^that-jS-Se.ripfUMil one, jro,u ebject.'E E__^.. I "'.•'.'••- :'- ""I anvsure/'^aid Mrs^Fifltoii, sobbing, , r rdhi not wish to-in'terfere, Wt Soau is slich a horrid-, name." It "sounds' so midhmt. And theiiyou-don't^'carfe'^for rnjyJ^rhr^Trt-all l"--He*s=4£rsr.Ealtoii- •broko down again. • ' .'• > E " • .- i'Now, my,,pet^ don't cry,"Esahi>MT. 'FuUcni %djrJMf6ur:te««EtSr5iUlkari: <-« 1 i d A " « J ! : . ._ . . . u „ t . 1 \ j i „ 1 „-1 x„ . „ . . ' t . b»V*m«r had seen with >tyst Tdto ^ eyes, and wait saUsfled'tlut- Awpllk s asd Ji^ r jCQuld hold their own iu' whalrAkhtior- "hibd .^ Thei'.unljr"'young'. hwyC |J ( the brbekr^whoJiod a • be*ju' qf *Anjr_jon*er quence, waia.a lumbft aaji's daAfrter, ;-who -wik tdrfiarit^ a, • \!>Bpl6salfcgfcnior dealer's son;tho next 'yftfik; ani'^ju> 0 .hnuBekeeping on 8eveWtlt•(ttrec£f, tTNcri.pa; -thefajtonidn'f be- 'the least bit of trouble. -'The,y woujd surely- be hfopy there,"and could step its jiugh.aa1 . . ., _. . theyT)teaJW;-3^erewmHaiH4»r?ewln4 > i l L pe?ha{», sec some of y^M frionda "ft little loo ,liastv,-butTTtis ,ls'too much like children. Tothiiik that we" should Uinko' a liiws about naming tho httbyl .Givo uic.a titSiS-jtnd let ua niakt it all ufrv--~ ;<-^ E^'-t*-.'-'"--""^:-.-.. .Mr,FulWrnrVery_anbctio»n^3ly- kisuejl had~only bceiv twa-potato Imwkcrs along thatjiayiJ*1"! j.heBt*a»:iron' jnan had lost'."Iifs voicoj - Tlie yelLoi jtho,, ragmait lliiln' l Riuml Ho;inuci> Ailto a: buiea-ga; dinner; only one^boot: agent Tiad ..gijai '''intb the" house, and he wis '-actuffjly p^ Ute, wuhHthr't l,mve habrenstpin or.any -tobacoostflins' on Uis shirtev^Nobody 4tad b^en'iiRei told,ri^tW'iieitfier had" eraor clot been wrong;about this thing myself, and I anrgolngtoT^fy'oit nunc jt.'I ~ """ »youw« tomjLmadio'namci JolmP'l". '&^•J?"*-*0'* " - ^ ^ 0 ^ 1 ¾ ^ L n l u *^n ny.w.nu.'T, Y l l . » KaVlt , tfiCallnW rfS ^ . ^ U a U . t . . . . inly, too common. Our baby isiu.ch « „ -. -...^- -,-.-^3-,^ * ,, „ ,-,-,•• i r [tie NMfeid.tha. I wanteds .dece i t v ' 4 n d X declare I. wonji,'; said afrs. Haa^aonetiaiiK not ^ ^ ^ ¢ ^ 1 1 ^ . - - 1 ^ ¾ ¾ ¾ ^ ^ ^ ¾ ^ . .-"- • . lAink Jamei«oiind»"pVetty,dont,yoB-fL X*.«"PP?r?» *»» *&**.*>. B « B » « W "* Yes," answered-ifr. Fulton,.''it's- C*M> *"£ ^ y ° a ^ ^ ^ " f f e V M t y ^ n o u s h i b t t t w c h a v e . g o t ^ p m a n x S S ^ ' f t * * ™ I " * ? 1 a n d»&**? n-thitn«rhn.rnnngrnV tnWrmn'im^^S111- : TlBLtoyumjtf^qjwtliouL =x:thatJMt 'ackdf the sonnd of iL ' '" " WelLRoberfpEdwdoybuJifeofliatf' a*ed.Mrt. Fulton. : " •It might do" very,"well,"' said Mr= Fulton, rather'oriwtQy^ " i f it was not atbfeviatcd H often"; aiid those slant •gbrwea-rBoh, Rob, aiid Snob." I could- w x bearthatnainerSfrs. Fulton, and it wtuld not be doirtgl justice."!© name him Wbert. I like- Frank. - I i n«s .a nice sound. WhtftdoyousaytoiVyife'?;' - r - ''Qnitegood, Mr. Jf'uIton^Ebut jm- fortunately among my folk* Franks are- ^plenty," said Mrs, Fulton,- rather snap:' f~ dahly. ~tf Every family has a Frank jn l, « M I don't want to imitate them in inmiingpM.Itaby. I-waut to be lnde- pendenfc^' a name. - - Thi*"wa8-the'last conversation botweert MrEand Mr»-Fulton-with .regard to naming, the-baby, and neither d/ them has had tho hardihood.to mention the subject since. -The i » b y Is noir some -three iHontha-68t~iB fatitnd chubby,and thrives exceeding!/-well,"considering he- has' no name. - --"----•..'".;-.' ---- "we l l ; .-'.then", irtat do ,jrou,'sa,y .to 1 torciiiight pri .Henry?" asked MEE-Fulton, mildly, die, wbHethe V Neither yotti family or mine, I t h i n ^ j J m other-ait •has itve naun, of lleuiy in lti"~ " It'avery true,; my fleaT, but l don't like the name at aTh'^said, Mrs. Fulton- "OnlytWnkof calling our little delr- 'He'nrHenl' Betterea'H him 'Paddy, PaffdyEaaddone with.it. " II you Carft Ithink of some beitwrataci wfe might as Iwell give it up entirely.", J f ."wel l , it's.your turn now, dear," [ said MrsEFulton.. " I am getting tired -iik''.thinking of jiames. and'am beginning to think that'We shall eventually nave to leave the subject to others, and abido by their decision,- You don't seem to^re any thing'about the namearFprorMsc'and ' -choose tliptjjwuMt wies to-you- seem you can. A« ou*-«Wld--jsJ"ft-ihoy, you ought not to ojjicct to my naming him. It soems to mo that i t i s my right. If St was a girl,, of course I should' make no objection,' and you could name it what ^ywijiease." "H-you looknpo.n the subject in that l ighvfir . Fiilton, i am sure .1. do not wish to object, i.db not wish to deprive -you r^riy^yottrTTghtari: dhi thlnfetvmT -tope, however, that you would be willing for rae to nameoikfirst child, t-thought I should take a great deal of.pride in -'EdreamcdJhalL-myJuiJ<h«i»l wouj . a ty . objectlonrwid - it is such, a dear little bab/ tha.t 1 da> not wan t a com mo n ' -^HUBMt" • • ' . . " ' . ' . " " " • •'• " Wel l , ! suppose, dearest^ you have - • setryour heart upon naming the. baby; and I wilt not object," said Mtf Fulton; mildly; " besides I really think it should. be the woman's prerogative tojajrnjyhj^ children; hut I want ybtrtrrSlseES .' good name,^»e-tiiafc-4w;TWTrnot -be ^rranwrof.'' • " I am sure f Want him toh*iea gnod . narho jijstasmuch aRyou'do,"saidSrs. fcrt£ult(«r""and I think, under Uie cir- ." curestances, wejuid better.leavo-. the -family-namesout.. "I bavo a great. reV: l - ewnce for Scriptural name*; I shguTd like tonajhe our chit^TsaigH^-H soiinds . grand, lofty, toanlriDg i but thcn^TloTi't The ^arwtperg Leave LanrM Ktrftet. '-- • -4Cfne),nBatl.Brcekf«t lahlo.f - " " ' - . "Mr. 'Sftreaper hat been .moving again.' He had to leave ahnin<cnn Tguretnstrt.et, Where he was very p(easan{?Jf flltuSted, simply because the Woman hextrdrtor-on •one^iijpcoulrt putshirrc Mrs, 8aEsaper in. -•the-wayof dressTabontas mnim ns- a torci ght broceseion.does a tallow can- datighter of the woman on hadAlyga\Uhat took her- .^106..a -wrtk,And when Amelia's young man escorted her any- where, shceither Hid.to gravel by strfet car or " hoof it," a* that boy of Sarsa^ :per'ffexpressedityj»hen :telling therfur- nituro car driver why they were obliged. to move. Tomake thcuelghborjiood still more intolerable- .to Srs . Sarsaper and Amelia,.thcpeoplo across the street had «parrot which the mischievous son.'of the househotd had taught to yell out: '-"Purty couple I Ptvty couple!—over the left"! Polly kuowsl See/em sWutl Hal-Jianiar.'--TJiat-sajafe-old bonnet! Same old bonrictL -Polly knows! Sltoot the style-!- •HaLha! hal Hireabuggyl Stingygilly! Ha! l i a f h a f Tlicse and other equally exasperating .observation*,—that . shameless . "parrot would shriek whenever Amelia 'and hen beau left the house, and: -wvery woman in'tbeblock would rush to the.windows as though they had never heard theory* before and couldnlt imagine whftt-undrrr thesun it meant, aod then they would stare aiFlSe young couple so qai¾ica'ly,, thaLAmolia declared ah'e^ "tM'uT(rEtiinlc through tlio sidewalk, aniiyoung: .Mr^ Dlnglcby, h.pr beau, swore terribly away jjivtng:^the--firat-jiame,-and • I. nove^ down4n-ltis-aifoatrl>iH.he ringer •endr —Thoar^^BrfBaTtmn 1 iVnSntf I n H r w a m r v ! f U n f m v l i l l u n a i t r l n l l l r l . m j o a - f ^ l . i - . . I . . . . . . . . - 1 . . {T I • • ... . " . , , . , . • * . •-> • t fcrv^"-«. - ^ - . _ , " . " ' . ^ . lovaa clectiLotf trying to get to his nails, A\- d then affirmed by the great. Bing-bong and gee-joe, with a look ex- pressi* enough to travel alpne-iu ' any couritri*, that tho nc«_Hme . Bcgardus eamo ato'town that parrot sliould have, its head shotofftwo hundred timet in •ftVftmiriutes**. i - -—w. - E ' - E .^Asid then wften Safsaper would get home at night full of the care»~bf busi- ness, and his dyspepsia worte £Kfih ertr, his soul panting ror auiet rest' in the- bosom of hja family, itttiS. and Amelia ., would open wide the sluice rga*tfts and pour their new mortifications-of the day into his ears tS'suchan' extent, that his. throbbing brain would almost pound bin head off, and make him think some energetic boiler maker had .opened, a ahopin his cranium grand then, driven -XOJMSST. SAEfiN COv, OHIO,^ THURSBAy,^OV^BE|i 2S, 15 1 IHUI ' ' • • - - - M I ' I J I j i , i , i ' ' „ ' I I ' i ' i J i, i I , ' i i i ' i T i i ". ' . , " . •.Imortto 'deeperatioti, Jte. 'Woidd rush out idgsOalittle neace arid fresh .air, fall jn with old Bywu^ter nnd- get Ws' aton&ch «o"*ill - of~6f«l<Khecr.4hiL.it seemed like therf urtwee of a gas works, and kept him uwa^ f© all night.,. •^•ge.waa'ioon convinced tiint ho would have to move orSrlhJpso -IhjjL -told. Afnt Bareaper^fto mbftiihg iofiuflt up-a houiie and gpt.tlie moving ioli over as ;soon aa possibleE - 'VA .-4.- ..-.-- - The next week found them comforta- bly'scttlqd in a real bjjou of a house on Clinton, street—aiice little yard in front, irtm-fcnoojinsldeblbids,'' .water in' iho kitghen.-gas in cyciv ' room, and- ev5 ^ entence, aajlrsviBo reaper-said-, thaT adding with' uamhrtaksble' g -Mattert^ shftltHlie jn»t fee aame." The jury ip. t ^ jijiewBa'one.of.the ^« j * jg^lf fw atg-'> ' • ^ ^ ^ r f ^ i * TittjHsHWBp? Typi v,- • .. *— wns-_ QU^tli«»wwTdn'^b»J.'aBy._tti^lft: ^tudcr abo«L.-thafeg' Mrtt" Harmjipf^tixiysfak. Site lrad..b^ni^re64te^n^rii0Jnfr^i^' - ijutries before taking-the.bous^=afl|Fi^ been gratified to-leafn that, nearly ;&T 3fe,'Jt .ga^pnly knownthat seVertVtperr living neatcr_0Laii i^ypp rinimt^ f, imd -not' -a-soiitary-^wman-itLthe Mock-'-'anj^ raV gteen silk or an opera,- eteakr; ©ldM«, X,s»higot,Ethe^Jmirer's mother, at-th* -wraei^-badt.the uwst'.wiwUy drewes vl iaaj'TSomin bh.tho^uare,bift' she^-was .aji elderly lady, sensible in ber ffayts,and J ldtft try-to pu^ou Jtyle. There .wtis Sidtiitng gtlt-cd^erlalKrat her; and- when she' went along m her carrisM.al^iiever turned her head to^ewhcwfiiio^ybwly was loolciiig at iicr .or. not. E30u% Mrs; wise seemed to-e: %-i?W» ^tlcasantry," ___. „ •"IjlKi.ae'ntenco.of tlio court.Tstbafyioa- bb hanged-by.Uk neck^ntil-you-wre. •dead.' ¾ut-d¾^'¾"alatmed.•^'it¾^•^n^K .ajpkjs,'*' - : . . - : - . : - - ^ . - : . - ^ - - - --"-The sheriff was equally^appy; He. •r^ad' tlte-. n«-ccseary_dbciiments:.tolhb yoiith, as.tbe latter stood with -his nock ticcoMcd in-thc,"i^ii»,! fHshioDrpriusing -to Uufcl), itjid, ajr tbri|s 4ttfarty splitting his side's^ with iup'prcMcd1. riiirpt. ''-'We 4K" .^lalldojou'uni„nj(rime.ordw .., . . __.., _„. . , _ pleaiiantQrE ,rrVo.sbaJl gi»^ yW*n,{M,jn long ar^aWrbed iibvelo^aaHing/in-- lMtag.toiMljfoyrtoy«iTd^g»di^:{^rirAreF'iJ--- - - ^ - - ^ ^ - ^ - ^ »'«- - ' - are.ngtbreakn^S/totWs/l.aJijiKJjB sfiooS ihe"t9I>e merrily.. .•^ere'jreEup-Way statious'on. JJim roule.'.my son . . Y o u •'irjU'sep'threwghlike greased lightning^ ' 1106 eveb^pausing for refreshnjerrtg. Eyou' that part'of tdwr^ ah/d^Mn»ng ;tha£ worp foathefs, ^xecpt-two'^rtbice harm- Jess mocking birds and possibly a - f e ^ Jhe^hTtveEariytlijng jh"iny H ' MinnieE weffldh't | needs transacting^ that .T;m The man for canaries,. SiHy-<and Iittvi to walk uo ftr'-'tb school, and" the air was purer.'a-.'..- ^ -»fehealthfut, Th?Lg them.'^dBft 'hie adjust -thwrconfftVaneb." His Imuds, shook wwithbsu^iter that he^-BulaTiSrnly ffx ttnf roM^wpperly; , but finally the left ear of "the-amusing person waa.prjoperly adorned^. '•'••^T- -.\it^ce-iioro.l!' wk-impcratLtiw.doomed •jowl,• .Jgw:>ct *»' tfcw^h yon.-woroin earnest. -Ytut wouUn't kill an innocent, man, would -yout. -I—-I think this-'is carrjrmgEthe joke todlSi?' any ono with flulcra b tlies yrnn'gera on weeklypayments.Btrtijck tho. liousq. BJlhrlniarTau BcSrccly-any ^t^)tible" -irt ge tfortg acq uainted- witli -': neigh boHpE .boys, as ho had only come in once with 'tho.bteo^l pouring., out of his-'-noso- and his sliirt torn off) and there •"li'ad 'been no complaint fr^/Mrrmieof "ttie'" little girls in the'next yard making' faces af; her through the .cracks, or ©rtjine her" a cross-eyed sorrel toj^ The family' on one side of them was a"Wny-'from ho*me-, buttSej; wf W#aid to bVVery -pious, ¢0. theretwas.Mining to/,te feared" from/ theiifc Toh csn'tJhelp but-like it Of course you wilh,"-- .' --' ilehty of (julet^Mfr-Sarsa- h« wuttlij gelttloiiirif every man on tho.streetwore-.-rbd'-stik- panta- loons with gold buttons and satin-linsd ifonwAfiT. ' , ' ' d cket^'. : "" B« ContcnteU. . - - - S S h ^ ^ ^ K ^ r ^ r o ^ ^ their _oldor relatives Jjanging from-the pantry window, and the remark is made, "inere's a satisfaction,,after alj,. in bora*,»crr yuuuu.','.ThespUitufmircat, •''•" - ' •- ' • • - 'Ho KitWTita iongingslor things-rlofc^ttained^ and murmurings aL.^resenLiuxround^ ingsj i«'uoften quieted by some picture 6i lift's realities. As we walked the busy street tho other day, with many'carea- and anxieties, murmuring and growling at the muddy'walks, the drimhrig rain, and- the winds that turned umbrellas imiibje ••out, wt-; justet agalusf r'lHwi' fellow bobbing upon his crutches, one r^ojffiandjgpor^-^ladEyethei-Was.nTi'm- min'g a l iw , sweet song, ind-hiscouhten-. *nco spoke of .jcbntentmtmt- ?t-wns a- T*rmbn full of-thought and iustructtou. Men- aad 'iwemen often educate them- selves to look on the dark *ide of l i f e - live in clouds and fog, and almont refuse, toloekattfte.sun if no breaks through the gloom thatsurrounds them. - A mist is about "the counting-room, in the work-, shop; gloon) and dismaV forebodings arc about tho honic Gatherings, and Rfi.ia 'tp.bbcd^of its brightness,—ff we cotfftf odticatc oujseWcs to bccoutent;igitb.jaui- Jot, enjoying the sunshine as it breaks througp the cimidsj arid upon principle resolve to make .tho_nlost. of all our surroundings—of accideuta and defects wisely saying it mightJiavc been-worse —in the « M wo will bo gnincrs.'1 By contentment we do not mean, idleness,or listless:-inactivity; but a man ean bo Wido^iwaBo-and in?earnesflit evijry good work,-and yet l i v s ' oontentment -so plainly vvrittcuLorj his face, hTs acta, and words, that hWfcUawr are made 'bettyjr'' when thej pass-him off th«Sf)tf,eets,'ot,t' meet him tii the marts o£ trade. surrounded^by disctfuffetfmc Urcn*aenior in h worse pbnditiour~Hdw maby of us 'yukL.3earn' lessons-if we would but loolEjrouBd-us.- ,You may have yoW troubles1 rtud sorrow*; meet theai-brav«4£-ooarageotBlyi theH are thousands who ar&: douigrit potfhilf so pjcasantlv situated as yourself. .Singnt the- workshop, whistle in .the furrow,, smile kindly,-and have a, good word Air you mcetyour fellow?on5.we. highway; get tho. most out of lifeijar; yourself, •while you lighteh e v c ^ TJurtficnTlBd bring joy and happiness to your afeHH elates '-. -1' . THE mojflnito has''cea«edfrom.trQub- lihg and the oed'biig,js„searching -for winter quarters, buttho book agent you have wjth you alway*. The Sad Fate of a T w i g Mali Wh* E-PuHterWitolT»t .J^ej«k^ , , ' . -.. -^ -Utothiatw Cfc»»»M».v •..-.; :.; ."took 'but!"- BxclattMEiia'ybutit; man,°scarcply able to control'his htugh- t c r r f I'm going to-sh*ot!" -• " Jge ptijied thtt,tei«to a«drfte -hjBW?.^ leas pistol went off,- Xhn girl fell, and there Was a good de»l-bf Wood-: in. Jier vJcinitvIpeTriwhaa;'^ htr_»iiJe,^ Wr> eyes wild" with appreoenBlba.' "T didn't mian to!" said h« fcrJoncUwilly.", Uhon my soul, I- didn't know it was load. •'•.I—I estfmt beArtre it!YsTiejasj "It's heaven's osrji'trutbTnieT with ^reaVearriert»e»a^_ -.-.- ^ " * "*nof hebp-ftF^hQjajdJaebly; a . . . . . . , r _ , _ r , . . - j ^ * ^ , ^ .'-Eforsaed •wWh, led ttleif alleged sw«thearts precisely. Uie same circumstaiKaB,1: tic. TiS^S^tt-ailrAbrt^ _ fe«ryitiw|wifWi.ware Tcnewjfe* J — *"i»as showi»--Deyond'' — ha tuts :'ya\ .-^- , ..reiiousiyiOxpressr ietefnnsiatloii-to'do 8b. liEwaa' i\fbfc'4og^s%M^ry^ATlS TpEtfieVJudee. .Tl lffie? mt^ ,: '. he latter,: iftytheproceedingsj . . '^tfli^efr^jtoii:'-v-*^ght- esaid,7 with' h jircad-grf n: board.: BuTflTcbnsitferabte practic dajn^lafgtlihesandirimple *' — **"' s= " "**~sh)t«S_ in a_eort mattoirijf - le ttera^Bid i .,v ijT^.ii^uPr4h«y/htuibLlw^i ^eriiro.us iite.^A correct position,; white, ihtutkl iM/flitntgel^te^i men'lj aj(d,untiFit.becomeshabiti iasyJiioojtSDlkJlioJU^Jje-lijad^ . :»9wnpirxifflnp:rt»jK»^^B#rd"Slate-t . cija api-greasy state-Burfaces should not i^ii ^youi"• arrival. "^I^egje:. ^ v '* good w d to?'.me, will ypuTTalrthjm,If •»?fa6*i|fe*^fafarppy sheriff Tviffidiljr nlthirresistibleflilimor.- nJ^dt; foTsflpythingln the world, wty son.. Can w s not place 'eouidmeaEiit. me'^ This is" a joke. Are you ofraidtif this»K>af- fol'd-a:iMl that littlo cord5 Fixili^iJjoy! th^^iii4^fec.Uyhauolei(|.'_'-_. .. . . . H0whIRa_.aVa' person' in tTioTiapk- groiind who'"was.cituckliug'silently to, him*wlf,'hi«:fa«) -wreathed-*Wfc *mi)es. ^ e latter ^ cspbndcdi u.it Iivt0^ lifan her,' gocVI'^ivn.d^e practical'joker ""* "" a-rocket and came tifil!" Ecxc^iimed "-'• afcia-fcid.-;*: lowed, "Up'sheE shbiin-tKe-air ^ko d,o*h l|kc asUi^t. ho«44k^Ciff|S^ great roar, of laughter-^mTi tho . aitendingE ^leitgyman putting lieait Under his arnf, iii evidynt-fcBTi 1 otherwise he-^wmrid'TaujftL bimsclf death* . '.'-, .',-%^,-, — .^': '•- , . -The body jgaa^iakeh. down after a while", and a-physician, kftcr twlight e?r smination, proiMittuced tho young rnffh. dead—hiH neok bad been broken. ..-.: .^1 '•>VhM!"8Ri4 tho sheriff with* start, Dead 1". He examined the rope atten- tively, and, quickly added, with a Inpk- o t profou^LMtioniatocnt -MI-see how tfTTiAV ' X M l .TimWnarebeebloaded n e - X n t t r e a ' fo^Aigftyclrl- of "afle, under yilmfd- •dlr'Height; nut heavily'aiid' squarely blirt, .^viUr'hWBd Jhfcwddert? which, d i i k ^ t h e i lit^mftein fe" ha*c & 4 come bowed,down by thehcavy burdens impciSed'upon him, under which.be has au uiaufafty mfaggigd.—Hir^ iacoTr; round, covered by a dark brown beard; closely clipped, and short mustache of the same color, shading a flrm-bujfc-gerp-!...-. ^ ~j2~2" Mia^L~meuthEf-Hrs cbmnlcxion is-datte^ 3 3 l e t S t B ^ £ his features regular, heavy rather than Mobile - rn^i jp^dnE^l f i r^es , wWcK Ve keeps-.liftbitaaJiy- half eloscd, in Turfuah fashion, wMuetuMs olesing one cntifclyi are dark *od unuaJly dull, but very pencthitthg and bright at times, when he ahocte « sudden: sharf 'gianoe-, -like, a flash/ at' his interlocutor. His -faopisu^iylly^as cxpresWoiiieiw u^t that Of* 8phirrx'«r the late Najwreon III, of whom, .in my intcrcoflrsc. with the KhtdMne, I ha^ re been froqitntly re-- rfidd*7for1bty_are , « • - & « ' — - tbe'aom «tamp irr" ch, loot, with tlio jvimo si, walk--"e!i tira« teriit^ batttc with.eachj voice is very "ci wliat thick,, htted, givl n>on-plij| i*hV 11(¾¾' mimWj spatfij JKpw Eyei titiX Honaj are - ' {Pcpalar Scliiita Hoanilr lor K* :Be«nming now the' flearelght, waMpcerd- to m of its principal causes, as fopqwsi 1T:TOO early use by sehOot child -ka, a ^ t * a^Jwtrting^pap^rE - * , wjten'Wacltboaidi and 'wwtW be better. Type*IBdscript jmm&ppt»,maA therciirlfcarycbm^ tionsat least, ahoulrtMverbc taug hit t.....I.. i...i j f 0 1 1 1 . urijfe '^ Hd perfej huiigim thi the nieraorj e mem ry arei-s wsilyHfecQgnuerflj^t nae eecb , and letter atrslght, ajxlwhen ^omekn edge hasbcen_gained'of the polfi UtterrandS^ntM in coabinatkin, the same forms in bjpbks, wlU'beat _ ratth(*»r«ld at:straining.the i To'tiai^i'tholiamJ without slrainiti sight presents "a' greater practical cultjr.. In'theiarge •acUoolsr'of j ;lm chili" ail ill liliTrp);. ran not go^l na- g i tbe:, i>etmitted rbbth jshadld: be «bjec_ te'systelnatic inspeciiiflr " Ev -~- ;-•'"• 2NIgnoranee.Qr laxity on the,j'«rt of and ^l«ia'rytoafehfiTBj ip-per--. .fajdi ty positicuip of; the head, ipfe nuirbw Ieadir^stuS, a^TtsNeeSkjifg earlrfc intelligent'- co-operation of by~ simple and ai'ptopriaii iVidttflfctlde'; •-• i • E ' - - ingedand »t^«dy-lookhig'at j e e t i t , at - bbjccfe near ; jjflie ey«5 „_.:« tfopetbMstanoe.-^iithoitrestbr fren^ent chsfigejuf tHe yieual focus as- vo to sive jfqu bjtter.pittsyan' you'll' rail night^carftrjlwy,' an' sSTjisl Wnso - study, "or - persistent? diligence ^ in- "rieedJew.brk...:- .."-"^ '~^^-^•.:-.••'•• • :r4. The practice-, of retfdiug or-other- wi»e using thd sightat imV-ebort range. ThisreBultB; in ,part ,from insufficient lighEtibrE'from Its faulty direction, .40 Hlati^wi-hAid ur ljod> thiiii«l--ftriaow J»a cry _ . . . itadfejl fn m' eat SverytbingE I'.could r«chrtrrl-rliyvclotb^i( gotTtoo tight, an*.. theaElEpHiyed leap-frog awhiie^.witlr Tommy Haynes and JoeyGmrdon, an', ssooaed back agin to" fixer kitchen' an' carried ^ ofPtiiree pies, an' a great biff cmJbeipage;;oreothat.the.direct rays fall upon thV,eye,, causing, undue con; ino, lh*tprWctlon bf 'W^pUitlll, wmTeWe page is in shadow, '[ itrestilts, also, from In erly gfjcRd*.dcgks,''frp.rji .snall'an type" ai*irj*B^fcr!printiri^ink,.'and frdai nalcwriting -itik-j-ua|^'when uattf-^and- had *bmv .more .justen! ^ides Mindjy.! iroin: tlie.eubsUtution of the lea*pericil When .'she- marriei -tfiat-.siuinfrejed'' * Vlcccemah she'»:sp*r^' hifw; I )i«M*«t Hfebe starved- to death all the rait o'my life;", -' - r E E ' :E..- -'v-^...- -^ -¾ • - - * i ----- • L . —. . . 1 ^ - - . - , .— • " ' V - : , ' * lorttVe gen, erfpeciallyin,tlio evening. "t'Aproneor^rwaid'positum of the: hfarLtoo long main tawed, or frequently repoatedj aiid becoming a habit.- .This results frbmvreading or studying wflh the book-in the lap, and from the use of de>*s not graded to the height of -the pjuny. Vt. llewe icportspupils varying eighteen inches irt heightaeakaLat -the_ Krnne"gr»dTrT9*~-desk«. '13ie .^ dtotanct' of- the e^e- .front 4he -' pago 'should nofrbeless t£kn twelve~nor ,more than eighteen inches.. Having, the; desk set too,far from the seats .also! induces this:, .faulty position." The Tmntof thj^desk- gboufd overlap! the Mat. one of two inches.. ;:'- : .:•'•.. E ; ,.; •'-. -.•-"— ; Ponders, says:. " In the hygiene- of jiynp^a. th'eYery.Jrst point, is to guard T ^ n s t workjn^ in *' stooped position.". e fayors iiigh, slbpirigi desks, sJid imjj- j'treeltflnear drawinron aflatjiffly ^tcff'^lt'claas of work which is tape-' cfatlytftjectig'nabje. - <. . ~n^_ EC^nS^Z^T^^^^rf fftfif"*the lemaTninibpen&g. TJne of fte f r ^ u e n t ^ a J y a i t J h e jrsiBfty^m,JL j ^ ,mrHh"«h|-orpr8ventffig the use of may aoTGeTm^-tp Bd<Th«e t5at ^ . T K ^ ^ - p . ^ p i e k i n g f h ^ o i n t e ^ i t h - rtibber, orits equivalent, making a.cush- ionim- the jamb to receive the door. eftectof badalfis-indirectly to.injure, if. not to.destroy tb.efdghjr,, •" '•-^jVTinwingEasuh«glarc oti _fhe page whilo»-reed«%; ahwj: traiieltion* Tnea cloud-*hadow to«tnabine»E' J ,( 8. Reading affft-ftudyirt'g in-railroad ce,ts fsknbwn to be aUruitful «buroe-ef t^%" Sadrv:-^ r*Qn«nt W H is found, to be there, it is believed tobe yet of tezier illustrated at home, both b / dayliglit and .In the: etehjng.'fri projwbaoon for-^thevsehool is^ahlty at ravoredioi tt, but even in- t h e m o ^ - f "Tr;wot<«tion » q ! ^ t j t i r hoMw.The^^p«*p-fe«pw>giis. * JB^r i£1gra I bSit, but even- in- nionopoliee.^the shaded, drop-light or student^nmp, while the schoof-boyjriffi- briiad bri iridicntei pessci l , , intruding judge tho • 1 4 * W ji*l ' .T^SrWrT-fJ can better ajj world r» flie-mari' Title " Ho? jio.t make enofl •-WK-' THEEEis) M#*X JT<-h*^ sires, al berries over the j . , th« L»a4rM*» ITagw". \. - ; ;.'. • ffo.t so very-long ago there. nTlfivetf at Livorpobla.gentleman "from a1 -large town, xin . the railroad between there and Wiga'n. He rmt up" at an hotel, aYtd dis^j^'trerrietiaou* appetite'. -'At-tSe end oTthewefkhecxi»xitedtol!e_T)ffi^ sented-With.his'bill.but no billwaspre? 'eerrwdy, although he had no luggage at all. Time went.on. and stQt-nbbtlL 3 ,y^4im^m^MMg^m*m^ asdidtrtc w«itew.: One n^Rtwjwever, lie did-no»rtUM-»to~ttc holel,- and: the landlord Thr^Ji':dc tec tiveVwho-hunted and found him. The stranger thought he landlord was going to pot him in jail £01 swindling, or something else,.and he " ItTerymtfehalarmedaboutrtriiut^io^ It lalldlOfu'WESS^prBrSWrfrW^BrW. H e fjked^thei-etipitogce-.whftt-he had done haVira'alieuU desert fhUiVbtel.irt that ay, inquired whether the waiters had. " neW bira, and. begged of huh te-re- rn again, w ' r - '-'. After a-fw days tfwsianaer;-- ndlord askVei-Uinnked him wfth lei 1 his eyes, and asked nim.*hyEhe wlis1 > anxious for liimtoeatat'thebotel free Pof cluirgo* • • •-. I E .; *"*•'< 'I tell you, was Ac reply.; . 4 L d o n t jrc a fig for you personally; but since DU have.been eating, here, I have had trty more guests to dinner than I ever )id before. They comchere.fbKno otjier. •|rpo»e;ftian to sec you eatrrfOtrt«t"Sr}" jarty. But tho trouble is, I had afiftyv guni bet you wonldchoke to death at iinncr-Uble within -« specified time. ayi H tie^'djty^jid gt> lift.". o»-^4deerhief^ .-"Say, condooc- ,-yoa donit athop dc car; I vant to teat here." The conductor* WaY an- ber Dutchman like himself,-antfcre^ Pliied: "Veil, vjt you don't x»y so; 1 fSa^d i t twU^k' f . - •-•.- . . , - an'-l'mott'i bananers, 1 worth' eatin' iyou eouTi tongue, aii'Jra;-' i i s teve i , ._ think of,*aa you can see bythe scrape in the bo£, an' the. joke bOTTfa^Tnuffier ;was too bus¥ to see mej.a.rt.', didn't keep sayin',' Bitty, mj? chilcL you rhusn't have -anjiujf-thgj, .an' you musn'tftouch nbhe.:oV tliat,' orE^>ulltbe'sick, ari'.jhb doctor'll -was •stand.in' sgin tiie fenceona bartteltin' Jrawlby's gsl how-nice 8u»e looked -hi her'- rifcw dothev^an1 :ho»-the-turkey- • - • - • • - • • fot boys gdt upr. ihe--*tuff-bgpV arf I wa«;«a«fui. is marrn wish,! "---.-• -aMrglar»vDirrices. .. j The mo»t..sk.iiifui wcr'riibnsEof b.itrr. gTaw -recently have l fcn effected By meansEof the air .jiumpvthe<,-co1npoun.d -bW-:pip^/tn"connectiun Jritb-the drjll and Vie'wedge. It is'imponsible to make, a -s»re^TitTf^y--id'TE;t%htj- where; the metal is in contact with the rmetal- -In ;0pcnj.ng and closing the'doOrj. allowance "inSst'.b* made-for frtctioh: air thereto™ ••'•' Pip^X.tAnH f go to.the Sfeelogic'ai -•Gardens to- see the ivftomlle-fight •&& - rhino«cre*wf^ ' "Sartain,_my 'wn~, bat • don't-you get • your trmtsers tom» - Mtrahge, my dear, wbat^.taeto:th*l. boy hss;got JurEnat'ral history, Un't itt • No -longer ago.lhan,ie4terd«y he had eight pairs of tom-cats hancing by thek tail»«. tromthc clothee-line." " Cless hia tit- :i!pheart,.come.to hiimothcr}'.'"..-, . ' . ; ;. •A cosBKSPOimENT asks the-'Burrinc- - t o n - i f i m f c ^ r - r tDo you think? I? is wicked-to smokef^ -And thelfmck- .. -A^replies: -^-Oh, dread'fuHt, awfhrly, Yinfullv jricked. -Sehdiypur elgar»-to this office and.let-usbiirn. them up for -yo'u^ while youawearoff and reform be- =- fiW l t l s too Ijtte. It 1» aireadr toaJate tt» iiM. •Wo'wnnt'to awpAl- off l u t w * ^ . but the office was .closed and the mad re, and consequently tine powdexianr "{jUgbno'to a picnic." be introduccd'-.by tho,"air.pump.-This in-, sltunicntjias a metal portion rcwmbling a length wisd section of ^cylinder, which "is abjured to the' opening. between the saffdoorand the safe itselfon-thb side;, The i p i a l n g J 6 tlitfJother^tdesrof the_ PRBSCH paper.: One of tlte social stars of Pans is rebuked by a friend,'-, who' said, jternlyi .<•• ^Cora, i tT-Wrrrr ypu 1 snouid. be1 ajraid of having bad. tfcor are'fHrejIirith puttv, andwhen.thc Us set in. motion ute vacuum prb- #fiich, from its elasticity, suite itself to any' equality in-the metal when the door is closed; -andEfopns a tight joint, .pre- Y.enting,the introduction of nhro-gly- cerinetrr arrylTgnHeiplaeireras- out doubt the meat dangerous tool new ,ns^" by burglars. v . .' EThe eompotxnd bkrw-pipe, in connec- tion with thedriH Oa'n be-usedbuaU safer and:>j&rwiaa,: Artificial - j a i M ^ t i b y t y j ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ j j ^ ^ prakide o i iroii, oxide of-aftcjtad oxide o^mangi' 'ilea-mag- ffiigMS8!?7^MK^$&ri°.o»ide ofiron, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ ¾ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ¾ $ L m a a ^ t w h c - r - : - ^ T - U™ »r°n«»Mrf, ur ^ 1 ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ 1 ¾ ¾ ¾ ^ Tiartwe and*heat cannot »oft«i fu The temper can, oTcoam, be taken-out of- steelEVy t h e b l o w p ^ S l r a i l i s aftisti- calVy hardened, and the drill readily effects an entrance into the sate. • Wedges are successful where they, can be operated. In the newest n^esjEdpoa and jsmb» am protected npinsi iwtgipg- by-steps ahd rebates,. and a to_ngue_and , groove." -A strong tong'nc is fixed all -Tbe4*reun$iithr7blS8r; projecting from its inner surface,', A similar tongue is made on. the jamb ofrthe "gafei-acainst which the door clones,' The4attor is made to fit inside thejtongue projecting from the inner surface of the door. -The door is opened /by a lever or movable hinge,' which throws itsfiuare into place, kgying it on all shies.. Protection agiiinsl marked burglars i s guarante«d by the use of tinle locks in cohjunctiortwith ^ombinatjonlocks. If a watehman is.obliged to give u p the com- bination to"burglars atnight thejr cannot effect an entrance until morning/ at WhiehTiTwB^TieeTOck'iB prebablT-Beti--—~ is one thtetf as to wblfh neither hoaiee- ^aihist nor allopathist has pronounced - an * opinion, Eand thM is , - whaJEcwrea-, dt}pkef-i--)t«fy, A-tPAiisT "hascbeeh, 'taken out fi»t a protecting sterii- fcr the use .«f bOOk ages to gnd- i igktn i pg-n id men. It " tbluttlc, and sp'readJOnt ai- Hvuble- roir of' spikesj like an"inverted pea« cb^k'rtai.1 whenever the. weare>'turt». to leave a bouses—'Pttck.-^ -....,- ..-. i-- • ' - . •;.-^--. E .AIKIHP-or" '.E E^.^JtWBimhfsWljBlitltEi ~—• . " Ithruleor* "-^ "•» ' -laa»u)ihlp< It h (odor ltfful3r«J»i.Dl€ki In (A«Wlng «nd trtdf; . • It it Msk or t^ irj^ ked;-. h i ' tna ir« 'Wrt v It la tealor lw'Malmt- IaLlka «iTHP»k «f 111«,' ' ..-., Itia «nt or k; «Uca<., '•^•: -"-I.-..' ^fifpawnC i-uw. Iiick. The way you neglect your poor, old blind father Is awful, and you so . rich nowE" -:." Neglect him t Why, e-misUken.1.' "No, I ain't,- IsnV e begging at a-street comernot half a mile"from h e r e f 1,fWell,, and every i tmel pasadon'tl.give him.av.-pennyf-'..- " POCK savs that thert<tre,editoTial ora~- - tors in.rhiladelphla who publish their ownipewheiittheirownpapere, thusly: " It is, perhapsj beet [applauselthat in" jffiew^'dreaTjr ,[lond appiause] -flmee, when*rmo«t.t*ppl*uae} every.dajr pnK.. "iitmease- applause] auiue new.— :] -^hoct, some-'-destruction- <A ..... M jiproarioua. applause] idols, some ovee- • * '[loud applausel heretofore un- Ttumultuo'us applause] names, that we-should-{deafemn* applause] recur to the more pleasing duty>f [ptw^ longed: applause] callingattentiri • 5 • • I A a^m "Portrait. ter-loving man- tif-sixtv. There wa»- mirth in. his gray, eye, ioyially in the. wink that twittere<Um his eyelid, aa«cy_- humor in his smill. and 4 « i*et, wit, • repartee and rejeinder in every- «OT» - . . ment of his lip*. . H « brilliiuit teeth . "and wonderful eyes flashed tecetbMT upon his visitor as he_. talked: and ... laughed. Hbs-Jiair,. very thin, but o T ; silky brown, fell across-hia forehead. . juid-wherr it curtained bis eyea he wo^Jd jerk back his head—-this, too, at w a s telling crisis in a narrati*e when t»e ftiariicular action was inrt Ute exact . finish required tomake the story pcrfee«»- ,He made-great use of his hands, which -were small and white, and delicate aa a woman's. He made play .jritb them, tbre* them yp in ocstasy orWrung tbeaa 1 in mournfulness, just a* theadMnof the moment demanded. He.waasome- •* what careless in his dress,' irtlt clang, to the traditional high ahirt eolUir, merely compromising on the unswerving stock of the-BwHwirtt'] WoROBSMR Prat:, At the recent babjt^ahiiw in Boston the nearest ap- proach to the line between .babyhood andTtothingtieiSs-Kaa exemplified in an infant "which weighed only a pound and a half. This infantile .predigy was ex- h ib i tcd ly a. South Acton mother,, and .^en.it»qu*JiK»hebiW.to.i!p«i:kikwi''* ^('tackbamnie'r. ' . A Youiraurabia went into a haittore, ene day last week, and tol'd the clerk itUt.hc^wAntedAiaip,l-at the same fune. 'putting two cent* on' tho counter, -"- store would coat twenty-nve cjyits, •« Whatj" said the younjg»terl~"'Taieai's big enough- for aiSBMion. -t lehly want pn« f?r a ^ i t W J ^ — V ^ ' - T H E wife of'Ah Fat was the belle of Chinatown in Carson, Nevada, ftwuc ^ Hing coveted her: and to get her be hired five Chinamen t o make a pretense of righting in the street when- Aji Fat was clone, by ;• and to kill him in a way . that would eeesa merely accidentaL: Thi . , l*n wiu successful and "the ka-b |M ras fatally wouaded by -what seewvaCto be a strafAmllet. . • - - . *-V rwntotr Free Prmt " I f - I ' • a t . * horse BOW," muaed a b4f bayV «» lav. , _ . He Rtraggled up OrUwold Street the • " was informed that the cheapestsap fir •eUy, " 1*3 M ataowseVrne i * l f e t T E b « r - i a > o f t i h o w , ctox 08 imam,-^ tot«: water" aad r o « me baby for aa .bov o^.twa." :.¾. i
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