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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas avrcHmgQN daby BtraWoRWtf mobnino. apbel 12, i�90. How "Billy" Fame as . Florence Won i Comedian. A W)NO LIST OF SUCCESSES, H 'tn�i �t the Main I-nlfits In the Career ol a Talented Thespian, rttolhwstiuitlo VUh-erman and Geitta! C�wn�t already hs^.a^envuloe. H� iajust ft* sameJPHy)| w* have afl known and fctgtff' wU*n^P',*S tnaky, sreora. Heia m�V"a boy tbaWWswtf ha was a boy (whistllmiratirt rOraploMut bany); for, let the troth be, bis heart is stainhiw, bis quallttea beyond reproach, his pi*smeo as warming aB the sunshine." '' Wltero'sb keen a river sportsman! Who better than Billy Florence knows how the trout hides and tbe salmon flurries! More to him, lover of hooks'and brooks, are the rlp-plos and eddies of 'Jallitrliig Restigoui'he than the thunderous plnndlta of'rnoltitudos. tvhnileaof Darfie Juliana Berners, of Iiaak Walton, of Charles Cotton 'and of the mora vivid Seth Oreeu, ye nrn all mmnwiiil to do Mrfrom ffoorgu; trottan oHhiate change from * dq. w&ldMUihsrMij tor �� planta' eonatlto Philadelphia, and gardroar. wh!T ^ * make ^hhai-with tbebfc^^TTh� plentiful lit thfr locality otw of-the hwidnm-ost of tlm magnolia family, , In the neighborhood of Saraannb, Qsv, au nsai- New Orleans, tbe 'southern magnoUt. commonly' grows to a height of from slaty tol -,,_....,.., Miinmnnm to no eighty feet and occasionally trees are foundK" dim treverouco who, exi>ert and enthusiastic, tbe graceful and spreading summits of whlchf whips the �ummi>r streams which are Insep- ara a hundred feet from the ground. It arable from your own renown! It is Blllv one of tbe haadsomatt traeeof thetwith, i irinr�..�� wbeo in bloom its large white fiovera for) striking contrast to tbe dark green toll and the delightful fragrano* which tbe era exhale Mis the. air1 for a long Travelers wllb Maire seen th& royal tree for tbe Ant time la blossom t It is a sight never to be forgottea. It Is said tlu\t tbe flrai specimen of nulla crandlAonk was Introduced loi In 1TS2, and vma tranaplanbVt frt of tbe Misslssltipl river toMrUls: Sve railT from Nitrites, where it t been spemlily forgotten until years later, when M. Bonarul-'^ and also u Initantst of it, and nt a meeting of ... In September, 1750, In Ni largo brooch of this ma| Princess of Hohau-Chi w,. r.,, iciomii it is Billy Floronce, the fishermaii, affirmed and confirmed. Yut baa bis nature uever been subdued to or by what bin rod and reel work upon. There's nothing scaly about our friend, tho comedian. He is the modest, beaming ryctplentof universal suffrage. The -oto is unanfmouR, tbe verdict emphatio: He's a Jolly Rood fellow I which nobody can Let nie, In conclusion, and with aueodotn, illustrate tho man and Uls comradeship. There Ciimn a mtuxni of temjrtAtlon. If"? yearned for baas anil ronscfthmKC-was disi>atcb&d to Gmm, ideclatl Spuieaisredying i ,__jfwet wlUr^Ujjrj:- tiherMara faioWrMpylaf Aiottrptswovds J*nabig Uirough, Tboo aBHlevt all uulncnrfag Of jalnsand prison bars, Thy Mr behind thre flowing, Tlaa eyes upon the star*. TVou hast no need to tortowf � V�t all men g(v� tdeejal&M; /What knowest thou of aorrow, FleirWatomis ami nuddeoeatau* And what pt nlcbbi that follow ' Hara after bfashnr oooaa, Wan stars in heaven's hollow, And titthtA of u-aeing moons* With eager ry w� unfailing Thotrtookestoutto sea, To wbftra thy ships are aatllnf; With precious srifUt to tliee. And down f till fathoms screu A diver, In the'swirl, Fail* back with strong heart riven. Andtnhishanda. pearL -Oeotiiry Ituolty, Raration i /grant i A letter ,--'oJMflQd, . aede Xuter egg*. yi-c Is tlio rei^y >i-> �i>t.. "I know ex/H'th' tli� mjtHt ymi will torn-or five hundr^ (lo.lai-n for nu uutHt, t� -------^. that thoy can mnUf! a gi-*�it tsplurgo by get- j both of ft.Mago and 11 tlug out tMr fly 1)ca>U anA sliowinu it to | tallced of tbiit 1s>�t* i every oho thoy mret when t.ioy are ftOlng ttaliinK, mvX liipcssmtly lulk fl�li and flies and roils. So, Hilly; you're no such cbap. I know w'hem you writ� me tbftt it tiiwitis liusl-jjess, autl J will give you tUo wamos of n\\ the articles In tha wny of Hithfug tacklo yoo will need. They are a Rood-knlfo mwl fork 1M CHESS AND CHECKERS. Chwn prohlem No. 50: Block-ti pivc*J^ on! Sy liked tjlKle "I've got the Srop on youl" a. said to the perspiring pedestrian. The Atchison CAampton, has invited d ^iri ofjufivft.that �tate press to mind its own business. A Eanaan has patented a grain meter -possibly a new edition of "Comln'Thro' the Itye." The Oermana are organizing a tund for a monument to Bishahck. That looks like unseemly haste. It was in the city of Brotherly Love th�t one man recently bit oB and swallowed another man's lip. Btace the cyclone Henui Watthiison has taken a new lease upon bis hatred of Kansas. "It's an ill wind," etc.} The 81, Joe Herald came uat Wednesday with a trumphal supplement in red. The Democrat!! furnished the die. la tbe*ST8' Si5�sdaJ'Bot and river expB.;.mcl�--^� to the development alori��B|!j gallon for her rich wejons ai haps no othet Mate in ild*- ^ , t''ng to a, so much money into the vu(,imot treasury for government la't take pcmllar has. Vet the crumbs "H th� Hh ilslon ibrlaan '-TheBrl Well talked of that LouuJ ? H&,^ytffl time before received />��sj lejfim%, ofr. [illU which wore not toil/and her Mneee at HonLi-tosoo whether the/r. 8he w/tred of forelgT..,, tottyfeet high, cvf^j- n, w*5f there by tf�"> sallies, hut this tl)1"' i?^ptka, whore I toJ an ble ivooa, bof Came fi-omT the During the clvifhe Avocafln alargor * was badly mutilnche gank> ld across V branch^ A Wjf ^ ".'A fro�.noJt�e West-tberdamaged t|,of """""Sand hady in this iaoent house. It h*"� great lton mtfmA M ita when, accordine uk her hil c'. ,, .. winter nearly killedlgers on tl*/68119 *� the ,.ion in pnzeB to asters the trot; made success that a few yi with a height of bet' a trunk four feet bearing nearly *K) ft During the civil great were the etraii ate army were dri. Dr. Francis Poyro Pi of the city hospitals in directed by tho surgeoL federate cUatetf to study tieii of tho planta aud t , sudes, and in a voluminot) publlsbeil be says of the that from it could bo pi aromatic tonic, volatile oil, n nfusion pi e beith! loaglng d the bered f hosts, lay for t] ' eNort in most rapid In four olasses. indered by in s in the line of sociated Press Miss K. B. prize In the sent over the � young mei. �ket falls hard "Une�8y lies the head that wea> crown," remarked the Indii"t|�; J./ fully sliced oft the whi^a'OcHi''-'''^ received from the have been few and Give westers Kansas a ug those who tem of irrigation and no a For '"'tanoe, tricton 6arthcane�8l.Jd"* ^ for supremacy. Whether. 3 a �brilliant thorough system la poeslb articles over to be solved. Thete is at; tUoagh tion is .ti?]^ 'or the paiygnes and bon-the.^oons Sp^ht, i (S >oy has worn hts l^'ruig overcoi "Peruvian bartiii disease, but it wi� r^-..raL>taj fi against the cno. "toft/lt 30c. Knarr*1 *�>' "'HT��4vat�l.uJ. aiayth^eiiipK). orde' r"',. tt"> of 70 bid. OA' St. toots. ,Jt 2.00B' ' �oraf>'' pro' u'id* cities. ,,��ce' yjtANOlft In tho-, been issued years B|,r Association. that the it. really seundej�8dy-of bUr, tsA ruddy of complexion. She writaa steadily four days � week, and' J�yave prevailed in regard to Then In pailiuystcrlou^ current known . riiuu' -^^ rcjKirtetl in The ____ .___ ___a_____ rea, wnite su^er an attache of a United bility. Sbn Is passive,timid, cauventlona! to rhythm lathery steamer, which has spent tho verge of cowardice-above ull, pvorsbnd-wlth raiUtaryiS tl�� stream, now claims owed by tho nppdllluglv prodigious learning marohed tol^, established ihat knock - t notions of Its ovigin. eierolues wtj,K ,r these arc, first, that VfaB raised ^Re or begiuning of the Gulf done eomaV^olnt Iwtivecu Fowey Uocks, eniovsthe hoi" Cny an the coast of the enjoys me nohVoiul| t|,atthomoolltt!rect, in the city to rkj tiiat tbo current is con-oommenced.' I and arbitrarily by that to preaerv J* f__, First C^.f/len Are Not Overworkei) of the German man.-Blanche Willis Howard's Letter. IVouien Should Heetl. Hero t� toKn^thinir I rot from uiy family physician which 1 really think ovory woman should know: TVomeu who sit with their logs crossed to sow or to rend or to hold tho baby are not awaro that thoy ore invitinc serious physical ailo&nts, but it Is true, nevertheless, when a man crosses his legs he plucci the limb across the kuee of the i^nch novelist and .nany amusing *e height of his misery, Tito become a Bmart, Letuarfcjy^s such ----------- ankle of one Drtrotk'^S&ntdav there Is ranch talkabout other, and rcsu. it lightly there. A woman, ,,��' dofved puplU in our whcols. Itisclalm- more modest and i-estrlctod in her roovo-% that too Close and protracted study breaks menta, rests the entire weight of ono limb on down sobolars-i-tbat our svstom of education tho upper part of tho other, and this pressure is hard upon the nerves and health of stu- upon the sensitive- n*"r a?u cords, if Indents of both aetos. Wo very much question dulgei in for continued lengths of time, as u the ground of this complaint.' The average often done by ladies who sow or embroider. student, male or female. Is not overworked. Other things are the real cause of poor health amoug this class, such as improper dress and diet, late boors, bad habit*, aud general neglect of the laws of health. In other words, tho real causer of tho poor health of most students Is found ot home, and not hi the schooling-Yankee Blade. will produce disease. Sciatica, neuralgia and other serious troubles frequently result from this slinpio cause. Tho muscles and nerves in the upper portion of a woman's leg are extremely sensitive, and much of her whole physical structure can become deranged il they are overtaxed in the manner referred to.-^-Courier Journal. �id taken toohoop for doctors and ,a and ohristen-time. is can't andle- Maori; u� MOa V',r unstereo- ..isitjir of Mr*. The W^'^VattWU engaged robbed of �:^�t��ro. On New dently dW not aL-0 the susoep-P��H Swede, penniless, ragged and gk& ,>sMif Starved, attempted, to take his own V-il^Hi Sew York city, but the authori-" WH Tsloied to allow hint even that.. White-4�, Itiack to plav and win. Chess problem Ko. 4b: White-Key move. L.BtoKKtS. Nora.-In Froblam45 tbo black klng. White to play aud draw. White. Black. 2..l9toS� 9..17 Wis a. .a* to an. 3.,iitoi5' 6..2-tW37 fi..28 tola g,. sto si a. .�i to as ftol� U..HJto81 ",S4 Drawn. my countrymen, with feelings of sinG *old by o pasnion, rather than contempt. My little inunt lies made me huut must gt> to Junrb.-Y. Kjiott in Cb! Tribuna thlcafo'i Vint White Child. Hampton, la., i* tlto present hom^ of IhK first white child iKiru in Chicago, or, rather^, I v>n the silo of the present city. Sarah Jane ' - Hiirrls wiih l,orn in old Vort I>earl�i-n on the Voiinence t.hut dwartwi all other 1UU of .lunuary, Hb� was the dnu^h- apMants.-Cor. Detroit Free Press. tor of Benjamin and Sarah .ttiiie Harris, who ^1-- located at- Fort Dearborn iu the spring of " 1831; being driven info the fort by the dians. They cujno originally from Vt* *�e,",goi'iK (Id oiv'118 Kn'i'-a^oetieWrt we uioo to fnbout fttojlt^esin Msa. WUj Vrofesaor Utosti's School Have. Ys sparkU ot tho eye, or upou tbo QilsU of tlitj cheek. You sonietimes ilnd it nmong irregular fen-turtv*. It is tbe eoul shinlug through tho ftice that makes oue beautiful. 13ut alas for those who dt'iK'Ut1 jpon mere panottol cbwius. Thoy will come to disappointment and to a (rreat fret,-Do Witt Talmage in Ladies Hoim Journal,: Tho Trouble with Our Wfe. In thiH country tbo great cry lioually to bo overwork, overwork clnss of poople utters the cry so much as the brain workers all over the land, although the complaiut Ib not confined to such person* alone. �t was only tlio otbtir uigbt, in ~ theatre, that I overheard a man sitting t! rectly bad; of me boi.-aUing the condition o{ ono of bU cblldren. who was tin :iteue4 wttl-Gome nervous malady. Uii friend observet' that ono of his own daught^ry had Iteen suffering for somo time with nervous prostration. Kervoua prostration in a tfiri Qf "* What iixmyl And yet this casually overheard remark to tho condition of that young girl la but Urttance of hundreds of similar cases. IVhe does the fault lie? Certainly tbly was Dot tht? erpertoiH'o undergone by our mothers and graudmothfrfi. "Where does the faultUeT In the present mode of exibteuco.-Alax Eltot'a Letter. con-d �o 171 19 and 21 East Sherman Street,! i DOES A GENERAL T0B PRINTING Book Making usiness. oar* Owy If Ui�r� ti en would welcoi bB a freight ratewt Jfercurff. "Oood morning little corn w the oats. "Why , orphan," oeked the oata. ''B$o*J have no fodder." The oats -was �j Walnut Valley Tim: 'Jm OAa. Oansm Is an inveterate smoker of cigarettes. Poor Bibuabgk! To be deposed Is had enough, but to be succeeded by a dude Is ignominy indeed. . The Texan who shot hta father-in-law baa brought everlasting disgrace upon bimcelf on account of his poor aim. Of aouiBS be meant to kill tbe old woman. A -woman pickpocket was detected ply lag her craft in a NewYork church, and claim "Ml to be religiously keeping the tuitions of her left hand a secret from b�r tight. _ The Jollot preacher who la accused of thuft and untruthfulness may be tendered a donation party which will pro-vidr htm with a few years in the pen!-Unitary. CoBa Bnu, Kej.lowh-Cuaska, the Washington girl who untried au Indian nil af'�rward pneed in a dime museum, is suspeotnd of prepulog for the stage. She has hid her diamonds stolen. Hutchinson talks of a salt advertise the saline resources Ot I] and incidentally to boom realty Wellington Monitor. Oh, no; purpoie of calling attention They are talking of anew electric street railway, an o; and several other things at _ Bait must be a wonderful stimj boom propensities in humai Emporia ifmt-DaiuKrat. The sign of Pisces seems prevailing one throughout /irst there was difficulty wi" the fisheries question, then' the seals in A.aska and no about raising a row among Bol Miller. We have heard tt stated were opposed to the servici that the soldiers want the If our memory serves us ceeded in taking about 1 thf.r were very mucH yo' are jiow.-Harper Qraph\ Those free trade au hoi tain that it is the Ami who p&ya all duties on mutt imagine that the man manufacturers W" mg their governments sgainatthe McKlnley' _ unadulterated aympat'- can consumer afarOMtadalphl* iMda to Afcmiter. or tha SuhjHit. said way, "But, nWJlear ""r"-- "Come, najT> how do you liver "Pooh! on �CT little." ; �Well, how inV^ do you malm fa* yonr branchl" "From twenty thod^nd to liirty thoaaaod franoa" � 'S*. "Ooodnass nakea alivat HiJnVjrhat do yon dof asked theottiar, disiippomt�7jH^. -^Oh, I scribble on sheets of paper with a In 6t- iPaal'i Crypt, The crypt of St. Paul's is a chamber well lighted by gaa and not at all like a sanctuary of death, lmagmo a long, vaulted passage constructed of a clean, yellowish stone, with little chambers branching off to tbe right and left. To say that the vovktueu wwa digQiuS would b& wrong, for tbero is nc boJJ, Quarrying is tbe correct description of the oparatiou I witnessed. Four men with yteke and crowbars were fighting with the rocky foundations of the cathedral, whfch yielded to Iron and muscle only after a fierce struggle, "When Wren laid the foundations he deter- Tbe KmWenu of Oar Flag, Vffbea we consider what tbe flag of our t^sion represent* aud through what pedis U l^ias passed, wa may be excu��d for hidalgiug ; in wntiuient - over its beautiful folda. Tbe Hon. Hannibal Hamlin la exftdited-with hav-ing wud, on presenting a flag to the Bangor (Me.) school: "Perhaps a little history of tbli flag will .hot be out o( place. First, coraidei tho beautifui red btri|ws, axi emblem at valor j tbe white, an emblem of purity; the blue field, the blue arch of heaven, and the start which bestud it, tbe freest government on earth."____ At the North C�i�. At Tromsoe, the sbvlttfrcri capital ot north ern Norway, our RteuuiMhip remained just long enough to allow us to visit an interest-lit^encoiupiuent of Lapi� mid their rcindeei iu tbo neighborhood. Tho wmpany w� vis-lte*l had pitched their tents on the side of the mountain, aud about a dozen or more seemed to live comfortably enough in a space wf might portion off for so many hens and chick-ena.-Temple Bttr, Cnnceallne a Itleintah, A correspondent, writing f rotu Paris on the subject of the concealment of personal defects, says that tbo reason why the bodicct Mme. ilodjeska appears in are always decorated with a cluster of Dowers or knot of ribbon just at the left ot their fastenfuga is that an ugly scar on tbe breast, which looks as if it mijrbt he the neu)t ot a wound from o poinnrd-a souvenir of some past romance-must be concealed in soma way. When thii devica boconies monotonous a little scarf of ilk will bo trailed carujestf y across tho open corsage In diagonal lines, a tinj fan of law will spring out from the comer, or a little knot of feathers wilt wave oftly agaiatt Um disfiguring mark. from >the>itaK�. But Sfyear ago to Jet? ) "York man about quietly, but her disagreement, t to the advau-Iratio singing. ��uvu -----------------_ Railroad men employed by tbe Peuasylva- XDioed to go deep, and I waa told that in poms j ni� company, like all others, are mora or m* f- less superstitious. Their superstition rum In numbers, and for year* lt#13 has always l*een regarded as an unlucky number, no matter in whatparticniar it was used. Many cars bearing #ie�e.figures have been wrecked at divers tinieu, aud when a locomotive waa constructed aud numbered 1.S1S there wan* not a few who predicted an unfortunatV career. A rule, which iffaysldan* say 1* a good one, to deUrmiue too normal Weight of man is at follows: A .tttiu should wgigh just as many Icilograms as he " measures centimetres in height after deducting one metre. A man who measure* in-height 1 metre centimetre. l6f�t!tll inchwt should weigh 80 kilograms, or about J00 pounclB. The rule is both in' Fomalo Ait omul.��, A woman will walk up street in tho rain to save a street car fare, and then she will give i 1 T J a quarter of a dollar to tbe first beggar sue | JOUTU&ISi JLieugcrSt meets. 8bo will go over every carpet iu the house with a damp cloth and a brush, am] then go down town with a black spot on her hose. She laughs because tbe Smith gtrla wear oldfashion^l bonnets and cries because she knows of some poor boy who can't ailord winter overcoat. She will arrange a silk scarf over a picture frame on til a man's eye will bulge, with ad-miration, but she can't tie a plain, ordinary necktie to save her Ufa,-Buffalo Express, SPECIALTIES 111 If BOOK DEPaBTMEMT. plaoaa he went (orty taet down. The ancient materials of which the old cathedral was built were crushod up and used for fllllnj, Sfasy vt tbe columns which support tha floor an also built ot the old material Graves in' tha. crypt ara tnada about tour test deep and era then neatly bricked up. Uird Naplar's retting place Is In one of' the octagonal ra-cisawaon tha left of Halsoa'i tomb, a plain and ugly sarcophagus. In a line with it la Wellington'* nrooph*�tnt-Fall Hall Oa-cstta. _____ ulA TREE. French counts have nine equal peart, in their coron^ta. The British buron Is eutiUwt to a coronoc of four bi# pear_. The English viscount has a coronet ot naveu I gcnl,U5 alld appro.imuuly correct, pearls at even size. 1 3 The earl's coronet shows tlva unall pearls and four strawberry leaves. The English uiarquU la entitled to three strawberry leaves and two large pearls. FreKCn marquiaas bear three strawberry leaves aud two clusiien of three small pearls. French vUcouats are entitled to a coronet contain! ok three largo pearls and two smaller . > Blottdea in tha United States. � The woman' who aaya disagreeable .thing, is always glad to declare that- every woman with blonde halt* has bleached it. It's, pity she doesn't learn that, according to etatlatlcs, more than threa-fonrtlui of tha women of tfala country are Monde-pure blonds, golden blonde, or blonde cendree. Tbe ashen blonde, unlike poor Cinderella, t� counted mon distinguished, that is, when, with her tresses of, pale hair, she combine, deep gray eyes and black brows and lashes. It is a combination seldom seen and not often an outgrowth of the north, tor it is a type almost peanllar to the Carolina*.-Sew York World. Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, Blank Boohs of all kinks, Land Examiner's Books Loan Registers, County Records, Manilla Cop? Books, Ward Registration Books, White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty Real Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection BegisterB. Til*} dally o r.rngc of visitors to the People'i piilnce in London is about 1,100, aud at present the number of books for their use do� not amount to 12,000. The Clerkonwell Vree lUji'jiry's return as to what book� aro most in request stiowa that out of 47,000 volunwa issued t� readers over 87,00(1 volume* wtr� novels. "'Utiurr th� Democratic bviodle admlnls-.ttatlon it oost foa.OOOayear to run the fsi|4rritcris! 'penittsntltry. Under the first year of the pew Republican adminlstTa-tion 'wA und�r the provisions of law passed by a strongly Republican legislature orer the Impotent if rindloiilre, op poslitonof aDemocratiQboodlegtivejhOr, jyench barons are uot entitled toaeor- ..... ____, ooet. but to what Is called a tortll, a circlet A Missouri man ,,in..ds In rare end curious ' of gold having k necklace of tiny pearls lucluatlon that he'^ rf �>utbern mm>o- j turneil three times around It stayed In bed twe�t,ulta *� Magnolia grandl- Freuoh vidames, an almost eittnct title, as in the meanwhile, iaan {bt> it ,u only granted by soven-isrn bishop, List month he f6-,liu8 10 tl,0B0 scqualnted j ^ tho uoblaman who administered their dc-a,rt walk, and h�tl� variety. One of thaw , and commanded their armies, wear a coronet of three Maltese crosses. Hre. Marft&r their wives, to rol'"':er *" handsomer anecl-Otwwa ��)u6(.'eo��!' M"- f lppl"�trt[ tfee Is live In and prohlbJ|^ ho!",I� beautif#�- 4IUaon S*� asld to ho the only >a�a . .� .x., ii 3'flu*BOrth �this nit r, it "IJotMng could b* u, b� hardy beyond - Vh> pleaaurev" BSys Senaj-tlenera, �'hu are tux & to '�tbstt the opportunif �l�fang In plant lllfe, B*n*'0r * ^,uco � ��"l�hln.* tuli-, poire, BOW that tbe Otty all othu- elforSfS so-' one. Heretofore tbe>'� bav, faded. : t la ' -.hi _all^ui^_�^jrtj, jl� Pnll Mall, the famous locality in Loudon said to be so called from the fact that in earlier turn's it was au alley for teunls playing, cud tool.- it* name from the uaoie by which the mallei was kuowu~-pell ud], or r^li mall. Vaughelm, the famous Hanoverian sportsman, slew wild, boara by the handrctbvbut ran away from a table npon which there woe a roasted pig, or fainted if unable to beat a retreat fins and Needles, Miss Rosa Lee Tucker has been elected The German prlnce'a coronet la very peculiar,'with ita graceful curves of pearls, it* ermine circlet and the globe and crosa, iudi-eative of an biiporlal Kraut. It la used hi all ---.---- oouMtrlM'Wi the' continent, with or without >'�"" �m end keopor of tho capital of Mls- ^tet^o^v�lvet.o�p.and tsallowed only to ""iPP'- , ,, i' ZZ~,^~nt* of sovoreieu families or mem bare TU� Crowb Prinoasa of Sweden ia In such a iT&lM^hou^MSainL delicate .uto.vf health that her physician. obevaUel^1^ anUquatod title, '^^decidod ^talw must reside for saver.) �"JGSh _r.w^n^�.2v.iT years lu a aootlWB, climate. "** '>� ,**SLT,MlB f*ShJo� Miss Charlotte H. Yonge.who ia.rwpon- ^^rSimmSdUt ��^V�t}ons.;is--WTltlnB ber one hundred aud ~^T^fvS^m^r^ fi'Sev%weU ktmvm meW b�todta� ^^S^aMsMsan^MaMBesaaWM Tha aturgeon la toothless and draws in its food by suction. Bpldera clow their food with horny Jaws, which ore sharp enough to give qulto a nip. The jelly Rib absorbs iu food by wrapping Itself around the object which it oeelui to make Its own. Tbe tapeworm has neither mouth nor stomach, but just layt along end absorbs the already digested food through It* akin. The butterfly pumps nectar Into itself through a tube, and beet and flies suck up their food with a long tongue or a proboscis. The woodpecker has a three barbed tongue like a Fijian's spear, with which It draws out the worm which it haeexcited hy its tap-pine. � - '- \ u . 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