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Mm» laMa iMr    m4 f««M, r pmrtwmm M t iMn W.W— WIriM ItMMt A6, »w SÉ» lewd «WB Mm aatimw ma n»M imv» «Ml Va see» MPMfli Ttward» fear «a I THl MMAtnt U Oh, wtmm vid Um mmi Im —Mt» Aad 999r tiM «mi:. iitii«kl«. _ AiiA •• idmadli tiM ImkImw tlMdov» fVeloMr Utm toMM tar. rtd»t Aad VMM wHI tata lita ta: «MtM, Am4 Itfmg UM»n«at lita «trtodt watto tarn Am r»il« ia imimMi llmiiat ««MMta ta. I..4v Clara, Mtau •wai» aa are taMta*. md mt«A mMitaVa taar. Umt baar, Aad tae aew Mta Mat mewa «a|«fwM Haf anal «od tt v«%at af ¿am. ItaflMM ta ta« ]M«ni taat taii»«r« waeeearas pwaaa taearily,. . ■« A^ laa tamm aam utartad Minn^ M * naa, atl laai» dmaMiaf* «ill ba Of ia« ata, nraat Hta *art<« ta« ItllaA Ja taaMaaaaad M*ta« a*.! fraa. »(Ca«MU'» Maaaaiaa tor Swif. IIOmAXOMAWli iMi AaialaA CtaL. ta Wtajr bMdM grav* to«* Bar, Baban CoUfar Ml Mflad tar nir«|M> tWiira M«r hilbta eoaAlry800 «<mma Mark Twafa la ipr«dl»f Bw aoanMr it BlMira vltA bii fiMltjr. FmMiat MaOeaa, of FrfMatMi la vaarty ilflit]r*itK faim aid* IMMido aiama lad aid» IpmIiBii taira Mnad la B»4aeee Saadair* CaraaMoa VaadarMt'a |m« Biwowt Mttia tea iar(f*^fitr»»«ai TUa wMat« ap ii tlw Biaflait •vir larvaatad la Üailtaraia, OmiIié Aayamai AaMfi MMMigrajtaf artil %• ittMiaiad Mxi avfiitaa. Sim. >»M» aei Saak Snail ara caiaf |i attaafc Brd ftavk, Miaaaaata mM. A iiliaaMli M taotli ratal I bmsa itrtM l»9aiiail CMMidaia at Qubii* Cfrai ftaMtatai Malia I# aai Miat feta Hial aaU ifalaat Lahaa afeita*! Itmfe. Bit. B. t* Bayai, Boatoa. feai »aa» ilaat Id lAlfea FrraHiaar if tUIlidali rillitii mata A ^irtralt if Jli daCmia trlB Bta irat paoa if ll«ir|«r*i MisaiIm tar A IMb II «I iKlrildllaa at tai IferaM C^rjtatal jtaljNM irfcMi feaa Mi^iSSS Mtald ■altaai.    • Tfea Wtaiiaaia Kaigfeta if Lafear kaii Mitad a MataaüM aad arttl aMtfeMta a WkMim iitsMrnAm Jaatfli MadlUtif Uta Chtaaga Trtaaai. wttfe feta vMa aad davfailrt aaltad tar Xarafi Satardair. tfeafaaitfaa if «dig WiidHaiil ti Mmtm ilM    te terten tffateMliÉ ter tbi AriMM piaaa. ffea itmati if drrjp* Fa.* ari BMP Ogfetad fey aaUtaal gaa. aapoltad frMi i Mtat tarty- tete tellM dtouMtea Oaarga WBliaiM^ thr fnaadar if T. V. Cl AteMteinttetei tete te#s teMitel te ilte liMtetei JUteMiteiMi Mr.THdMBM aaat fS3d ta tfer Filar Ciofir liMaMMi Fuad* Ffea |ltad tetetetite teifif te sbteift SÉüitel ItentNtetei iMMi NtefMÉ Ateten. aflir taftig iMit «art tfeaa » tmt la tenkjtef btette ImI iteiMursAte te tetetete* B^^IBBteMHI ItflyfeJl Mjdta|||ta|ad|k M    tetefttfMMMI af tati||Mta ^aaa aMM. la Btara iaaiia iAp CteiteAtetete tefp teinMÉA-iü IAa Amm» I write tKidii pagoa m a warolng. I dMi^ iQpooai MOf oiw win firoBt by It Froa ilia tiai of Caaaaodra downward, aobodf tiaa arar paid atteatlon to war^tifB. But tfett ia not my af-fair. A London newtpaper, aomi yiari tfo^ goto ap iiraral «olumna of itr ralnaMi a^ea to thi qoeation: "Wtiat ahall we ^ with oar bey§f* I pi- raaed tba eorreapondaaoe with a Mroag peraoiiaJ intireat, for I myaelf am tin priprtetor • a boy—aiv- era! boy% In point of fact; hat 1 refer mora partiealarly to my .aldeat, aged ttiniteea, as to whoa I tell that It was time somethlof was aettiid. 1 biTi a great belief—partJr derived from till before menuoned eorretpondenee, and partly from my own ohaeryatloii In atiidnug s te>y'* natural bent, and finding him an occu|iation in aocMdanoe with It Such being the eaae, I began to itndy Augttttua with a view to finding oat bia aiieclal aptitude; but, anlets a really retnarliafela faealty of outgrowing bla trottsdra may be ao recarded, I eould mH for aome lime diaeover tliai he bad any. By dint, however/ of earrfbl obaervatioa and eroaa examination of the booeebold. 1 elicited that he waa addicted te making ex-treniefy oPnalve amella In tha Intck kltehen with chamlMtt «ad that be had what la mllad a *taollaetiott'* of heettaa and ether anpleaaant Inaeets Muck on ptiia la a box la hia bed room. It aopeared, tharatore, that hla proclivltlaa wmre aotaallfie, and 1 aiflmately dyaided to m aka aa analyst af him. Aoeiordingly. after dtapoai ng of auadry palaful hot preaomahly neceaaary anrangemeota aa te prir mlamA Augaalaa waa duly artíetpd to a Fahlie AadyM. I *010 capital lettefa, becMae I observed that Mr. ScruOa hlinadr al way a did so. Wt^, I mm aot agy. PMiibiy a pabik aaalvat—wtabeiit eapltaJ •‘^-^oaid aot koMNlMMi the oanie amount of nubile H MOIl eoafldeuee- On oouMderatiou, 1 dou auppoM 1m would. Auguatua^ firat domand tat tekiag up hia new ooemtmtfon was a mtero-■eope. **Aad white ytm'ra about it,** haauggeatad, ^ had batter ba a good •we.^ At firat 1 WM laellaad ta aua-paet that ihta waaaa arlfbldeetea fltr the fttither ladulmea of hla aatom o> logical vliea, aad that tha Itr pleoMot would badavdted.ta pMt mortem ax-amlMtloaa of daeaaaad aaterplllara er otfMT kladrad abomlaatteaa. Ite aa-•urail me, however, that aueh was aot tlM eaae, aad that tha mlcroaoopa wm aowadays *Hha varv ahaat-aaehor af aaMydrál aafoaea.** Tha **abaat-aatdior** eom^etely took tha wind out of my Mite (I foal that than la rathera coafbaloB of metephar heriL but aat being a aaatteal paraiM^ I irai competent to eat ) feaek ia tfea aaaniiy agaia. 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Pl|li iiVJjjp Atete llfilHte ttaegraaaauui WlUUrai Fraaiaa SaalfeM, af KMtaMiy, aaraad feta SrM laMiy m a atairtoilMaa afeevtttiHt aaat at II «mía a taif IMS ita kea btraasM la Mw dlairiai fea Mw reyfeaaata. |biyyÍHM|ClAMAm 1B4éé^9I ÉtteEAAfcAyi lAflA^ ^te^jL te ’AIPA AfaAiitePAA •'tetePiPii^^PB^^Ajj^^AFP    "^P    ^te^te    ^te^R^PA    tete^^te la yaaüwa, wltt feara aaat tlit»tB|, dta> tfifeatai M taliawat Baaw, SMMtat aMraai-km» IPUBSi vtamd afetaatiie, !!§.«••{ addb tteApI mímá n# ite iiteiiMmiihÍM AUiteiMte tetetePP te# tePtetei^i tete tetePw    W filMIk roy aaálvM saeured iNBrM wviMi.w Ot a ftwncw* ws pliHaaeea, whleh, U ap- nalmt UMtfiaMHu^talbataMMb inPwgP^wBBfelFBBp aDeVguFImiMFBrP MB wltheua He brexe I surreadered that 1 auppeMd a fiva pouad aota would cover IB The youthful aaa^ lyat laughed me ta aeoro. The very leliM, he aaaured me, that a good work- lag d|teroaeepe coald ba gM for would ba tan or iwtava pouada. Ultimataly I agread ta purcbaM oaa at tea guia-toOf ami coagraittlatad mratlf that at any irsta that waa doaawnh. Oa tae eoBlrary, it waa oafy Juat hagun. Ho aooner had my aaalvat aaeured hts mieroaoope, than Ita oagua to laMst upaa the purehaM of a aumber “ auxflitry peered, m wauld be eeea tbaui ta BM by degreaa. At first ba •uly UMaiiaMd, Ir 1 lumambar right, aa **aMomalla eoadaaaai^** at two HMieama a ^^doubla aoaa-pfoM**(wby **doafeia,** 1 doa*tkaow)$ dma a paaafbUag ipparataf aad a ouaara htaida (fimr poaads taa); thaa a aiierometar aad a ailefotanw (thrua gulaeaa bmio} thaa •ouMbody's prfam at oaa pouad five; aad aomaboify alw’a mtctuqtaFtuaeop% at 1 daa't kaow bow aradi. HarA h^vdvdr, 1 put Biy toot dawB. I am eompalted to ragard lha sordid eoaalderauoa orioa, ihaugh aoaaM doMa*! ña mieroaoepa aad ita aabaldlary anparaUta wart daly deliverad; bat my aoalyal appaared ta bt la uo par-Ocuiaf harry to eoayey tham to the laboratory whore he wae stedylag of tadl 1 **|faveB*t takea them ta n- reaiark to this itffeM ■epiied tha iaboratary f Vo; aad n» aot going to. Mr. gerutla has got 1 cioua sight better rnterosoone mino—ooat aixty raineoa without the nttle extra artiwa, and they ware about talrty more. Ife*s got a micro-•peciioeMpe. If .you like r I rafirauieil ftom araoiag the poln t, and mlldfy lemarkaa that lu that caM he might bate used Mr. Bemtla’s mkioseope. and aarad ma soma twan-ty gulaeaA Bui he rajectad the IdM with aeorA end exidained that hla inkroiocpa waa not for laboratory uaa, but tar **prlvato study.** Bo far as my obMrvatlon went, my aaidyaFsjpHrata stnoy hkd bltherta been eon fined to a ebort pipe and the last number aome penny dreadful $ but 1 did not think II wise to dbeck kia new-born ardor; I emitanted my-•elf by ohtervlttg that I only hoped he would *^tlck ta It,* *«Ko taar of that,* he rained, aa indignautir at a limpel might have done In aaawer ta tha aame obaerva-tion. *Why, mietoaeopy la the »m< fM#aatlag atudy eut. Just lake a ■oUiat at that, now.* iftiritari 4aVA ihtt ttiAtu but eottlda*! aaa aaythliif aátík^smá wm/Ao a remark to thatelfect. **Oh, that’s bemuM you haven*! got the foeus. Now, try again.* I tried again, aad saw a sort of network ol rod fibre. **lli bet aixpeiioe vou Mu*t tell what that ta lie exelaimod triumphantly.    * I owned iba aoft impeaehmeuf. *Tbat*a the maxillary glaud of a rat.* *Pear me r I Mitd. 5 “Yea; ltn*t it lovely f Here's another. Now. juet look at that.** (A óeer, grana far looking ob^f.) “You on'l khow what that la F*    ’ “Give It up,* I tald. “Tbat*a a aecllon of the epidermis of the great toe.** “Great tee I** I exelalme*! in dfsgnsl. “What on earth have analyeta got to do with grMt taesP “Ob, nothing particular,* be eahl airly. “But wa like to have as much vanmy m poMible. I should like to have a aecllon of everyibing. If 1 could get it. Here’s another pretty slide; that Is ttie section of a diseased potato: and tais one is a hit of a frog’s leg.* ‘*Very iustructive, I dare say,* I re-msrkcu; *^nt 1 hope you haven’t made me spend twenty pounds merely 10 imnrove vonr aequaiutanM wita fírogrtegg and diseased potatoes. Mr. Bcrotln sorely doesn’t analyze such tbli^ aa these P *1 can’t say we do tnoch in fkt>g»* legs,* be said; “but there are lota of things adoiterated with potato. Floor and anowroot, and butter, and eoeoa and—and-^a heap of things. And the be aa not. It may be; anyhow, aUd ttiere potato’s lost as likely to diseased yoa tare I If you don’t kaow what dis eased potato lookt likA yoo’re done.* “A pleasant lookoat,* I replied, **tf half a dticen of the oommonMt articles ef fead ara habltnally adnltarated.* “IRess you, that’s nothing,* be re- elied. “if that was ait, taere wouldn’t e much harm done. There are a Jolly sSgiM wont aduUeraiien# than that. Da fact, pretty aaa^ everything’s aduiteratad, and souse of them wIta rank poisons.* “Hank polaona 1 That’e meuMangh-terl* “Oh, no; liUu*L*be ealrair rejoined. “Of eeurM Him don’t put in anough ta toll yen right oC And if you find •otaMtaiuf disugreeing with you you can’t swear what It Is. It may ha the Bux vomica ia the bmr; but k is Jest M likaiy to ba eataaoa la tha water, or copper la the laat bottle of plekles. Ilowaver, you’re an right now. With MAteiliTAi In tbe fkaiuirM te mw tAt^ on ahaa’t he polseaed witheat know- let voa I sa I ng it. 1*11 lot yoa kaaw what you ara Mtiag aad drinking. ñilB fellow* —and ke patted the mlcroacope afihc-ll0iiiitsljr“~**wUl tnll yAte aU aImmi teA^BA^B te^^AB^^^AlBA    wB^^BAI^A    teA|P®BtelA    AHm ^V^^^BI^A^AABf AA thaL* Aad H dIA From that day ftwih I have aevar enjoyed a UMaJ, aad I BMer expaet ta do ao agaia. I have always haeU partícalar So deal ad respectable aataMlsh meats, and ta pay a fair prlc^ in the hope ot iaaurii^f a good artiela. 1 have, or bad, a tort totarable appetite, and till UmU dread-fUt mtaroaMpe came lata tha hhaM 1 usad to get a good deal ot enjoynwnt mit a 99 oat of life. BOW all Is changed. Mv analvst beiaa by andermiuing my taith In out baker. Now, If there waa one of our tradeameu In whom, saore than another, 1 had eoafidaye, it WM the baker, who eapplfetl wbat •eeroed to me a good, aotl^ Mtiafyiag aitleti; with BO aoaaeiiae about It. But one day, abortly after the eou4 veraotioo 1 have reeorded, my aaalvat ramaHtad at brmkffeai íIom: **Wa hi4 k tutu al bread ymCerday at the lahoraiory—exaaUaed fiva aamiMM; and feuad thraaaf ’em adultaratad. Aad do you know*—boldliif up a ploMofourowB bread and aroelnng It erltlcally—“I cath«r tancy this 01 oura is rathar didty.* ,7;> f “NoaaaamP I arlad. *Tt*a vuip good brMd—eapitd hrMdP “Ton may think ai^* ha aontiaUad, ealoUy; “but you’ta not aa aaalyat. I •hall taxFa sampla of this to tha lab-oratarvijiad you ahall bava my report upon it.* “TWte II, by ail mcaaa. Bat If you fiad aMthing wrong about that hrUád, ni eat my hat r “Betteraet aaake radi promlaaa. m taka a good big aampla, aad vou •hall hava my reaort oa it ta-uight.* On hhi idaru aauM lu tha aveaiag ba began: “I’ve bMu haviag a goda at yoar bread. It’a not pur& of eonrae; but there laat very much the mattmr with It. Thera’s a llUla po-tata; and a little riee, and a little alum; and with thoM addltloaa; It tafcM up a good dMl more water thaa it oaght, 00 ycm don’t gat your prosMr wdgbt.^ *Abem r I. aaid, “If that’s the case, wa’ir dtanga our baker. Fai not going to pay for a mixture of ¡iotatoes and water, and call H bread. But aa for alum, that’s all aouMnaa. If they put that lu, we should taale It* “Oh, no; ymi woukta’t Whea'alum la pot la brMd It decoaspoam apd forma sulphate of potash, aa aperient tall. It diiagreM with you, of coarse, but you doirt taste it As for chaug• ing vour baker, the next fidlow you migbl be a Jollv dgtit wotm; he ight put In bona auat, or plaster of iau FarH or aulphata ot copper. Aad be-•Idee, half the adnlteralleua are ia the fkMir alraady, h^cwu It luachM the baker. Of eonrM that douaa’l prevent his doing a iitOe more on his own aeeouut^ And with dtat the matter dropped, •afhras tha bread waa eaamruad; but my aoafidaaca waa rttdaljr ahakaa. A few daya later my analvst remarked: “I dou’t talnk muabofUUs milk f and he forthwith appropriated a Mmple for analytical purposes; hut, happily, was compelled ta own Unit it wasn’t quite ao hsid aa be expected It had more than ite proper proportion of water; hut that might ante—be charitahiy aogMatad—from the cow being onwell. xo maJw up the deficiency ft had been fortified with I reacia and colored with arnatto, bnt thMcmy anaiyat apwred to ragard as qnite every day tafalfieatlons. “It’s a rascally abamc,* I said. “If one can't put faith In the tailk jug, it’sa tMui iookont for the Blue lUb-txm gentlemen. However,; let us hope that the tea and coffee ara all right.* “Not likely I* be rejoined. “Nearly alt tea la *f»éoá,* as they call it, more or less, and the facing is itself an adulteration. As for coffee, yon don’t exiMcttagetihal pore, doyou? It’s sure to be mixed with ebicory, anyhow, and very, probably with roasted acorns; beans, matioganv sawdust or old tan. Baked horse liver occasion-Mly; tott llisFs an extreme ease. If by any remote cbanoe there wasn’t anything wrong III the original coffee, yoa get it In the chicory; and very often taere are adnlteratieiis in', both; •b you get ’em IwIm oven* “If tuat’a the Mse, no more ground coffee for me. We’ll grind our own, and then we are sure ta he aafe;* “You mnstu’t make toococasare of that. Some yMrs ago an ingenious firm took out a pate«t fbv « tnacbine' to mold chicory into the shape of miffee berries. \ Smart chaps those! Ami of oourMthey MU put anything they like into the ehicoiy before they work It np.* “That’s pleaMot, eerialuly. Then how Is one to secnre pure cofjMF* You can’t aeeure It, except by sending a sample ta us, or some other •hop of the same sort, ta have it analyzed; Md if It’a wrong, prosecute your groMr for adbltaraúon. After d<Mng that a few timeiL he might find It didn’t pay and give it up. “And how moeb woold thf t cost ?* “Analysis of a Mmple of coffee, one geiaM; apalysla of batter, five gulnMs; aualyslsof milk, one gotiiM; aoalyda of tea, one guinea. Those are the regular ehargM for private analysia.* “Rather expensive, It aeems. And how mnch would it eott ta proM- ^ler “Ah, that I eaa't tell you/* aald my analyst. Another fiver, or iMre. I daresay. But lock at the eatiafae- tk>n.* I did look al it, but altlmately de-Mdad ta give my grocer the benefit of the doubi, aad cherish a fbad b<qie that he was better than his feJlowa The rabjeet dropped. Bat a few days later there taanced ta he apple puddaigoa the table. With the dish la qne»tion my aaalfat bed aiwaye been in the habit of oonsamiag brown sugar, ami a good deal of it. Now, however, on the sugar-basio—best Deinarara—being oAred ta him be put on an expreai^u m If be been favltad ta pfertake ot black draught “Raw sugar! No, thank you.* “Hillo, whal'a wrong with the sugar ? la that adulterated too T* “Very probuMv,* be tafclly replied. “But that’a a auMtll matter. The geimlne article ia bad aaofHrb-” “Bad eaought* iadlgnantly Inter-roy analysFa mamma. “That’s r. GritUet* vary beat oaofat—thrM-fieaeatlirm fartaings a poandl* “I daremy it la. If it was four-pence, It wenldaT mhka any difference. Did you ever bear at the sugar mtta, Aeania eeedutrk—* “No; I can’t my I avar did,* I mid, “and I don’t want to; Mihar. We have had enough ot this sort of thing, and I am Bol going ta have any more agouiM over evmry article we eat.” 1 had again put my foot oown, but It waa too lata. I had avaa forbidden my analyst, under penalty ef forfeit-art af hla i^kat UMrnay for several mrathe ta eome; felMaf ue anything whatever about the IbM we eat or the drink we Imbibebut tlM mischief waadoBM I hava loal mv folth la my feUow m«a, aad atlll more in my fbBow muu’a ptoduetkwa. 1 may tiy in an Imperfect way to protect our beuaehold; 1 may give the ainetMt orders that aeae but the veflacdasi of augar shall he admitted into our •t#f# A#|^NHur4 { hut who ia to answer for the man who makM taa Jam and the marmalade, or tha other man who makm lha Madeira cakm and the three-cornered tarta f And how mpeb ta there that we bate mM beard f I have silenoed my analvat’a hp«> H is trua; but there Is also a language of thf eyes, and atUI more a tmignage of Um nuae, and whM, with a aeornfoi tip-tUt of the latter, he Mya “No; thank yon,* to , my appetite ia destroyed for that meal. Ima’t taken pill or black draught witltaat my disonlered imagioatiqfi pieturlng roy chemist “pMtiing a poisoned poison” behind hla counter. 1 eaa’t even rat a new laid agg or craek a not withant won-| dering what it la adulterated with. This ia niMbid. no ^mbt, hut 1 can’t help it lam like Qovmmor Sancho In the Island of Baratarla t my choieeM diahM are wfalMkefi atrav f|wm me— or raodered aaoaemi% whieii la aa had the hlddli^f bt a grim baiiHi Frbo calla htmaalf Aualytlaal Selaaoe. Ha may not kaaw auMhlug about it, or he may ba lying; mit maunwhllehe has apwt my OMMtita, aad the dish mM go away uataatad for ma. 'ñuif, a UUin kcanwkidlge laadaa- gerooa ibing. The moral of my paln-fal story la obvious. 1 IntaiiA^Xirj bring op the rest of my lamUy, If lioaaibla, to occnpaiioos invoiving no knowledge    whatever.—[Chambers’ Journal. HAILBTIMIC BTOmCB. i^n iiiit «.-.ii.i .r«i. n .i.rrr.». ■«.« t.-.«-■vwi-.j.-.»... Dreams Baplained. rM«<neM Met||i,j Wnndt regards raoat dream representations as really repreaentatlons, since they emanate from sensorial im-]>reMÍOD% which, though weak, eon-tione during siaep. An inconvenient position du ring sleep causes the rep-reseutaUon of painful work, perilous ascent of a mountain, etc. A slight intercostal pain be<x>mes the point of an enemy’s dagger or the bite of an enraged dog. DifHcnlty in respiration is fearfn! agony caused by nightmare, the taghtmare seeming to be a weight rolled upon the chest, or a horrible monster which threatens to stifle the sleejier. An involnntary extension of' the foot is a tall from the dizzy height of a tou'er. Flying is suggested by the rtiyth- mic: movements of resninition. Further, **those suiijective visual land auditory sensations which are I    «    .mb    .    . Ttie Httrrlcaae Club Meets anU Swaps tSea. icaiesga Herals.j “They have hail storms ont’o Kansas,” said Moses fishback. “’Bout three y’ars ago tala tummer, by the wqy, I was hayin’ in a twenty-acre loi The arternoon wae hotter’n Satan’s own fire, aU’ I was stripped purty nigh to the bone. All, of a sod-<len some clouds came up an’ It begin to sprinkle. Then it rained as tbongh it wasn’t goin' to rain agin in a thousand y’ars. I scooted fur a butternat tree down in one corner of the lot an’ stood clus up to the bsrk. Purty soon it got as cold as a livery stable, an’ (hen it began to hail. Talkin’ ’bout haiUtons, yer should have seen am. The fust ones wus no bigger’u á walnut, but ’twer n’t long afore,they came down as large as musbuieioos. I stood b5' the tree untij. the lirnhr began to and then Í hiim[)ed myself over the lot as barefooted as the day I was born. Gosha IJ fish hooks, but ’twas the duriidest hcrcllunkiu’ an’ kasswisbiir you ever beered. On# of the ktuiis tilt me aside the Jaw an’ knocked out this front tooth, an* I represented in a wgkiog state as a j saw the fences spilt inter toothpick» Itiminoos chics of an obscure visual field, by huraifilng and roaring ip the ears, and euMcially subjective retinal sensations, nave an essential role,* according to Wnndt. “There are shown to ua innnmerable birds, butterflies, fish, multi-colored peaca, flowers, etc.* But If there be some Cutaueoirs Irritation, these visions are nnusuaily changed tUto eaterpillars or beetles, crawling over the skin Ot the sleeper. The steeper sometimes dreamt of his appearing on the street or lu society oulv hair dressed; the innocent eatiM Is found in some of the bed-ciothM having falten off. An Ineonvenient position of the sleeper, a slight hindrance to respiration, nr interfcreiioa UiUi the action of tba liMrl may be the eaose of draams where one sMks an <fojeet without being able to find ft, or baa forgotten something in starUng on a' Jon may. Tba movements of rmpiration may •aggeet ta the aleerter, aa previously mentioned, flying, but ih|a flight may be objiective, áitd instead of himself flying ha seas an angel descending from the hMvena, or a lumiuona chaos, whme birds are awUSUy mov- hiff. The repreaentafion ot dreams having sansorial origin may have min-gfod with them tboM which arise •oleiy from the reproduction of past an' tlie pieces pen tided Inter the gronnd. Fnr miles around yer coUld see nothin’ bnt haflstniis. They looked like billiard balls, sonp dishes an’ whitewashed eoooannts. Twas hard ronhin’, for ’boot every rod I was knocked over, an’ it took me some tjpie io git oti my fmt agin, bnt when I did reach the hoiMC, ’bout five lutnotés arter I left Ilia tref, I foniid the family spllttiu’ iiia Mtins wiUi axM and throwin’ ’em off u the porch. When IcaiiM stearin’ inter tha house my wife wanted ta know what was the matter with my feet. 1 looked at ’em fur a ininnit, au’ what do you suppose: Froze, begoth—froze tighter n a clam-” President Auauias now told his maiden stor}' to the club. “One day, four years ago,” h# be- Kn, seizing a maiiet with his right nd, “I was traveling in the San Luis. Desert, in Coloradk). Aboqt snu • set 1 camped near a queer looking mod done. A shepherd who was crossing tha demrt had Patched his teat eloM b)', and, lost to be sociable. I visitad him and introdneed myself. During tiM ooutormüom which followed, mv friend pidoted ta the mud dune ana aeked me If I knew whet WM under it. 1 told him that 1 did not. ’Well, ru tell you,’ he eoniiaued. in drmms, beraase of the profound Impression which Uieir deatli or io the fiewer of life ordinariJy eupear praiotti burial baa made, “benoe the geaeral optaiou that the dead eonilnue daring the night their interoourae with the living.* AJoka. (ArksMsir Vrsvalar.l Extract feom a letter ta the Gov- i eraor of Arkeamw; “I aead yon hv John Cobbleiree, one of my neigiibors, a qnarter of mutton and a moM of young aqair-rela I do this Jnst bmeuM I lika the eonrae you have always took. I killed the squirrels ylstidy an’I know they air fresh. Thar ain’t aethin’ aloar than young squirrela. I Mt ’em sometimM till 1 am fit ta pop. Now lei me say aomething about tha mut-taa. It is fresh aa’ fat an’ I tiopa you will aajoy It. One of my nelgbbora toataahMp the other day au* ha has aocuaed me of ateelia* it. He baa bed me errMtad ea’ I ton now in JaiL He come to my honse an’ grabbed holt of a shmp that 1 had Jeat killed, but 1 raaugged to kmp enough to Mud to you. 1 em migh ty foad of sheep meat ,aa’ when I am rifht hungry I ken mi It till I am fit to pop. My trial will eeme off In a dev or tw<^ an’ the way things are shapin’ 1 am afeered they wilt put It ta me Jet* for e take. These foljks out here eir the prankinlst Mt of people lever smu. They air eUus happy when thev ken git e Joke on a prominent maa like roe. I wouldn’t be aurpriied If they earry the Joke so far M to want to send me ta the peni-teoUarr- This would hurt my chaucea for the Legislature. 1 don’t want to be bmt, bat if they keep me ahut up very long the other fellow will git altead of ase. After you eat yoor mnttoa I wish! vou would write a note to the Sheriff an’ tall him to lei me out Say, 1 forgot to tell you that the Gran’ Jury has heea lei into the Joke an’ that they have brought in a Joke of fen indiciiuant agin mé. They may try me an’ pass tita Joke of a sen-teuM On me Itefore yoof note gits Imre; to I wtob you would write out a pardon after ymi eat yoor mutton an’ tell the Jud|M th«t I «M I know i^ Joke will tickle yon and yon may make the pardon read just at amusiu’ aa you please.* It ia saM test Um departure 01 Bon. Jo-sapk lladiU aad faaslly ter Eurapa, will ba ratio «rod vary som by a briUtaat waddiaf, •iiaar la Leaden or Faria, Ifea bappy pair te ba Miss JosapfelM MadUi aad flea. Walfear BhuM_ tarttrs. It wtit asas zm but fefty aenta te rat a battle at Ylnmar Bitisrs Oanltal. ral» Cordial la a etoar dark red aaler, and bM a daltetotts uate. It Is a atest iavtp> ofatlaff mete, sad is a tsatla. palalesa, but taarotigb Mteartfe. It bflpa dtfesslaa. «UfM beaAaabs. bUteos auaoka. eansupn-UM. tolaa, feivsa, aad sireeaUteM IM wboia er«tem« *There are two he 1 you, rders end 1,200 head memories. Parents or friends eut off of sImmf auder that pile of aaad. Thev were driven Into the desert by e hail-starm, and, losing their bMrings, huddled tageilter until the storm should pass over. During the night a sandstorm arme and bnrind them aJlve,and that dune over títere marks their grave.’ * “1 never seen anything quite as tough as yoa fellows have spun off here ta-nite,* stod Nels Nelson, with an apologetie air, “but 1*11 tell you what 1 have aeen. Two yeara afore 1 ahippad on the Nancy I saw a ben Mioattia* on a doacn naüatooea what bad tumbled into her neat and buried the eggs what was in it. She thought she was sqaattia* on her own eggs until she woke np next raorniu’ an found the water tip to her eyes. Then she got onf, shook herself an’ hasit*! wanted ta lay or sft since.* Amos Lester took off his collar and, perching himself on the window sill, relfered himself of tills burden: “Up |1a my old hoiiM in Minnesota we need to have haitstorma The atonu which I wtab to call your attantlon to broke unoa the town late In the fall of 1883. Tneiw had been oooaiderable Hght-ning during the day, and aloog alioot •unset It oegau to rain and hau. The •lonM grew in sím as the storm waxed fleraer, natii taey fell the eiee of a tea eup- About this time the peo-le of the town beheld a pb enomendn. Ilghtniuf suddenly new vivid and flashed amuag the lelLiag hail-staaM like yellow aerpenta Huge ehunka of lee; blackened by the eiee-trie curreUt, fell In ahowert, while others, shattered by the afaock, returned to water ^ baiforewMchiug the earth. After the ataría had passed over a boy picked up one of the blackened atouM iyiug la the strmt, aad was almost instantly doubled up. A man who ran ta his rescue ana took the icy misaile feom tha boy’e hand waa kMled over, and bad hte right arm ¡jaralysod. After ebout half of the town bmt bMn knocked aiily foto-iug with the atones it dawned upon the other half that the mltsilet were charged with electricity.* “The club stauda adjourned for one wecl^* interrupted the Preaident, turutiif up his ooat collar and blowing out tha light. ^ a lT1ié«0)d dtarjr- 9T MART MARtRT- Mo fioitlA MofiliFr TRRbjilila Hfetl refeiufi for eooi|jtibiffel, Whfffi filié flffcUrRd tlÍRt r«ítll|f II vohKI oroTfefcto fife# lUuii iRHiiiJOiafi TiiOttfi lié efiR    ^ GoiR^riiUiiif rofirkd lh«    > ARfI néTer lift hit IRst |Kiir    ^ RfeR ficRi[R ^ moute 1    ^    4 To Alri- C-^tlifermc •♦It trutr i«r CfiRir CfithJiritte’fi v BmpiiRile RHfiwrr luieií» jroo fefetl I filuHiM fipéo4 oar llFOi I.dke tUoRe grt*mt worthlefifi Woald me be eodfl'ed th« lire ▲fed fed OH cMJclum*wloRfir* ‘\ j Mol nmehf** «eld Mottior Tfi^bhffikifi. foaelir’ fiuid 'H Adame EUtelt, flAfihingfiPorn from lt**r green ejree. And bafrolHg iiii her hark. itme^-mtTOW I—iiiere wa« a chaoip^ trfiffel round o’ nigl|t“, Aad iry mod fotiae tiie fiiii&Pirhood To fitrike for e^tial riguhir? <; r. ! * f i > t •‘Affféedr* fiiiyfi ilbflierTabbrfikm*'    ^ Aiut fio Ibey ^tred a tbaU, AhU ififioed    eirculani— Adiiittiiioo tíW to bM* The leUoe aaifbbfAbubd waa aronae^i White caifi and baflT a*Mi gray, Floeked la to hear whal Tabbj^kiB And Catherme had ¡Uj aa^- And thrrr were nodn. and there were wtski^ And there wa« wl»iajierui|it»i Afitt fiome eald u w;tfi terv liitie. And Bome gald no unch Itiihg. *^iThal fotFl,’* a#ke«l Uiüe Hra. WhitOp ••WIi) equal rigithi do o    1 Ther*! fiereijr wake tor r it tone ng If they Muike fiuch a I i W; Med far frogi If fw If alta iai*-A daintr maJti le gray, ^ Wholialened wltb aUentlTeeaft Droofied tn a gmeefei war. hite really had not kmmmm kmrmx, Wafi fiOvgbiuied,, iitl how, Amn yet^nd yri for all the talk, hha dMia’i qaite eeo how. ., ' Bwt Wf^. CalhaHne Mght to knew, #0 Malta rroefied her i»awe« Aibd thoaght ehe woald derola heni^ i Mrneélerward to the eanee. To free hep* poor dowetroidfiNi aiijc . From tom-eat tjrraii»/. And get thein ToietkT?doftoee<-> How fionMa li WMid he! Bal laaldea haarlaare wealt, alas! ? Aad eame one whiamered a«ar« ^The right la lore and hatbeloTeda . lé elwayi yaura» mr dehr-CoaMk fiwemhearf! ooaie fiway wilfi aas Feraake thM áqaaüiag errw. And equai rtrhtfi nor equal wrongi ihah erer trvMilale yi^f* i iqoa Umm wilhMt a thnlli MM nmaf I k the hfi meloay Mrasa all« toie awarity throujth It waa tlm lonM-draarn 01 Thoiaat im the wait, Aad ihea alae for Tahbrekin^t Aad i^alharlaa’a adriee! Tkef might ae well kareetopfmd aft hmm Ia eeare away the mimi* Swowball Rad iaft aad Tonameehdle The «lit r ktltrklnet BemR to he aa Idgaty Ae If they eat aa fMaA dae premmtly arlth %w<reft hioft Staleeidaloag te the doar. Aaether ilrly fotleffiod her« Thea half a docea mertl. V    I    .    . ■ Like Ifr. Faaiee* hrmlae. Of whom we alt hare read. They had ao will hat Thomaa* Aad followed where he ted; W hae Tabhyftkta aad Cathariae Wore left to oaterwaui In fiolliary mfiiofly, Beaerted by ihmB all. ^fGodeyHi Lady*i Botfc* cvwuAmmv wv%. The 100 Dosm One Dollar ia insap^c^My eossseted wlih Hood’s Sar- •apartlla, and la true of bo other SMdioiso. It Is as sssBosrorshIa arrumost aa to •trsBztb and eeenoaiy, whils tbousssdo usiifjr (O Its 00 per lor Mooil-pttrtfyisf asd •t rensthon iof qualilteo. A hotUo of Hood’s tMursspartUs oosutM 100 dosos and will last a BBoatb, white others will svorafo tq J last sol orer s wsek. ttoMO, ter •aosoaiy, sajr hood's Sarsopsrills. Ths foUowtsg Is said to bs a oeisplote llstol ths “war Ctevorsors'* sow Urtsf: Curtta, ot FtSMjrivssis; Kirkwood, of lowsi Bssteor. of Htesooou; feprsfnt, of Rhodo Istsnd; Brrry, of Row Bsnpohlro The Lord ess sot be orervwhort, to OS otedo mothors.<~[Jowioh KabU. A oh armo tor ms bs htsokraod Of s ahrag of tbo obooldors.—[ Hotirsw Stssdard. Tta taossarss <t( talk were ooat down fross bosrcB, asd womao took slns.^ [Talmsd. 11 jrsu karo swaos. Uro withia Tou bars sot, Urs . wltbeut tttem.i—[BÓfe-■are Kowo. SoBtbera watemelono sow ooat It—fl tor the m«teu aBU $i tor the doctor.—[Fhilu. doiphia C,ali. Aa Eaot Joniaa ( Midh.) Msa Io secBSSi of baBfisg out B Olga roBdlsg Srdor (te oaite.'' A iSBB teBot not expeot to lire Is stevsr simplf l|scsiiso bo surrteo a graoa widsw-—[Bosum Buitetio. Thora aro maBy poopte who kaow osftttgfe te otir «P ooJtoBttows that don’t kasw eaoufb to teep out of tbow.—fChleaigo Lod;;pr. To dto te Mojr oaosgb—but llringl Tbere'o tbo tost. Anybndf eaa dte, hut, ah, the iB0aiie difieultr of livipg!— eago Journal. **iler«, waiter, it o?ein« to ■• tbio turbot te not quits ao fresb so the obo van bad teit Suadar.* “Pardeo! Moastour, rtte mo very saase f—[ t'id-Bita. At tbio soaaoa of tbe joar a ■SB wlte oSB*tMrrT a he* baa.Ue a huadrsd gsrdB caa lug a faPiac rod tweatr ■Uss- tfeo rod lisoaBcb ligbter, you feaow.—[Ilor-chant Traveler. A quaiat pbraae wbieb a correapendMt bas round in Ponnsrlvania and Virginia te *'flmber-Uwod.“ On aoeing a portrait of (teorgo Elliot a P^nnsjrlvania ladf ox-elalBod: **How gUa lier-j a wed sbe waa!** An Annootaii verClon of UMbfm»,“l am a wandering abeep/^ waa translated tetn Eitetteb as to ito titte fey a native for a trsveter who beard some chitaren siuftng It at CoaatanUuopIo, tbua: v| wa* a teislod ■ottou.** Tbe bitter pill ot afiversitr and tbo dioia-togrsUng tootb of time are disoounted by u roeeat publioatloii wnieii deplores tbo ooa-dtOoB of tBMo uBroTtunaW penoM wbo am •teurrouBdod by the taloao of pMsry anfi WBBt.* •«And bow te tbo osoneF* tnqulrod taa old Booton lady In aearM ef oummor board. **Exo<ritenA ftrat-elms,* oaid the ratbor pussled botteekMpor, “wo got II nwm tbe eliy regularly every day.**—i Hail and BxprMS. Nervosa Old Ladv (ob aeveaUt floor of betol>—"Doyaa kaow waat proeautioan tha proprtetMT of tbo Imtoi fcas tekwa sgsinot flref* IN>rter—*-Tte. au«: bo boa •M luaboored ter twtea wot iVt lair, af Bwfelgau, and Itotoamh af Wla- I tea ptsoo luanoored ter i  ____•    u«rtib.*-lBow    York Tiaaos. J Í ■Á • # Í # #

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