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Cincinnati Weekly Times (Newspaper) - July 8, 1886, Cincinnati, Ohio r ,í ■*4 í I ♦ á» i« —!■ I I* "Vol.    ÍÍT.* 011^ OIM W-áLTI, JTU1L.Y ©, 1880. mmHk i #1 Per Year# >r <* ( f « m ^ r % Ék » # •m ± TUm HMM«k*«*|Wf^ SeeS- ■nr &. •. ■. II leeweep, ewwp, ewwFi ,    _ Ihm^ f’m*v <to«Nt a m hmut Wtmmi AM<i li^ «enib. *OT«b. pKmfeh Tmfel» MM elMir eat tum. Mtté 99* M#(l#’t Im 9t9»n • MI To f«4 f««r letter ín eel# i Be it ee «MNt ae f <M «ee to-eef, T«« cea de u |#>iMrre«r aceM* II te «eet, «B#li, eoek. ^ TiMrt *e «eat eed ttew’e breM M baNt t le eaefe, c#«b. ee«b. Tb««^e #»k|tag .»o pl« to nake. Tbe beltoae er# «í»st* «iroDei INt    eMMeÉf mm •• eWPPUf eEeWe» t»l4i oelML ItotetodkiaM are ever to wiea4. DB. Bcnrs H0U8BUBPBB >T nx»c«ca BCTias niiDAB. a# •M» «I—i%l y—wql4 b«í h% m4- **Doetor Katli*ai«t llMd I Tm, tlila raobt b« th« bonw,** intinDiirBd «vbir prtni'lookinf Ittilb body, «a tlii p«erMl UiroDfb her (Ubae* at the door plet^ end from it to a iieirt|Ni> which she held ia her 9%t mmi l« llM    alltfto Tli#«lilMrM i# wm^ mm4 t# MNl# 11 Uiirlit, tirilla iflit« F#r A AiAA la um tag oC lile; Amé    tftifa itttf, r^t AKMI» «M laijr A MAMii |t«ai »m mmftm mi taaie Am»i    Urn    g<»t«tra    a l»«Alt Amé Mi IlMI IfTlM ki ti* MM tMtw Am iIm i0hm mi imhmm k iWMi* ,1 bet werlt, verb. vet%. I.aver s veaiba'e b t; ll ie verb» wart. vevk. II toe weaibar beceM er bM. aad thM V toe vare» M tbr Ifaehia, Mm bato't a toillliW el aiua: ,    . aito. ibmifb ebe aiay acrat» mmt etaaa to»4b|r Mm aattide it to>aMrrew «mM. Ob. wtto. wile, wlfei Itoat varrr. a»i Cral a«d peelt Ob. vile, a if¿ wife! Yaa ara MUM to*4ajr. ao (toabi; Bar vaa fcaow verj wall r*«*’ leMer laWl daaa far a abiftiair ar twat asl tblal boar baMtj fwm aiaae m m iba lava aragiva to va«t -tfMbvdhIhIáb* iemdOrr to T< r on «bC Uti or reply. Ith Ob, viit. Vila, Vito) II jreia aaa|>l aat eaab aad etobbt Vito, alto. Vito) Wbat awraw it weaM all aveaa. V» tea tor toea la battar toaa imMI> Aatl tba aar ve allar la cbfbr: Sba verb faa «to la daaa ar tbc ear. Aad MbN la 4aaa br tba fwar f tsSSS tIklMDib mmmm awd vaera Baatoa baa adatad tba paltee ptuel aye. PilaaaTiator Bayetoee wtM leilM le to^rlvlPAmaAa ^Bato^.** Xav Tarli*a rblaeeeiee, dlad Bearatary WhtlMy la eretffM Wtih elattal a^ratbme. ttoadaa eaé'‘BwMiark feeteeeebe taaéar it Mm iba—a. Tato Oebilifaa iblabaoT mealagiMr Cao> pvM aa a Datoaaret. tavator Patr. af Vevaáai. bee ba arara Ibr a raMiaailaa. Barf^raibw Mrato OtoauMy beagfeally irarreaei darlaf tba yaai ^iw. Heiaa BetwMtabM mil ayaa MMbr eai> fcdfa abevi iIbOii ilifa ef AafH. 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Iba araaaat Bagaai al Bararfa. la iaM to aara tobatttai toa bre af an «Web Otoraatarlaaihit fathar, Ekpg Lad«lg i. ániMtMiAMÉigMr A fcgtoitotidPB 9m0 PÉI ÍMÉk.2áMgM Ate te^teteMJMkA BBWVPftePSte Jtef«W9§ wB J*ivteWAPMip PB tePBwtePPPte af aa^iag Ib Ibrtkrt fcto iMllitoai graiaaata bf^rtimprfefma te buairaia af fcéuy gtri graibataa. iawaiaaa tutaa aai aaa thftttory bare eeaetri tawe «bleb gretUe tor tie atair af Iba aatara aad aCMia af atoabaOa irtaba to Iba gbUto aakoato. tba ietaaaa af 0eatoarc taaeMelbtog rawark^da, a gaagraabtoal álaaaaatoa barlag atorva teat tbe tofUaal awaatata af OM eeeetry le aeiy ■» bMi kiffb. •Tbat tirad Mattel toaai «tdab ywi M MMte.. ttMÍlMhlMÍA te IkF' MMM aaad*a iar> i lag. to \ \ v»‘ 9 MiiÉÉL AMIIMIImIA AttoMUg Iwewb atf ir crér. the dimple rbnielied. and her per band. Aa abo awaited tbe anawer lo her modeat knock, her tbonghta ran very mtich la thia «lae; **Wbat a pltT t fifocb a nice garden aa It eoold be mtde,'* her eyea taking In the tangled maaa of weeda tbat flourialied on either aide of the broad Bagged path leading down to tbe lilgb atone wall and iroa gate ,that •hat oot tbe daaty road beyoad. Then, aa her glance wandered to an awry blind and the tamlabed door* plaO*. tbe exclaimed.baif*alood: “Poor maul' It looka aa if be needed aoombody to pat thiiiga to Hgliti. The adYertiaemoiit aays a nice, quiet, elderiy perron." Ifere a dlmfde atqle liito rlew and plavtol bide-anit-aeek about thla little liodr*c aweet mouth, for there wga no galntaying Uie fact tliai her lipe poaaeaaed a dainty earre, rereal-Ing, aa abe amited, a gtlmpae of nu-nanallr pretty teeth for a lady of lier ap|«nint age. la a rooment, now* limp motttb aaaanieai ita before demure ex-preeaiea aa abe aigliad t “Obi I do ao hope, 1 will aait. 1 have tried ao bard, and ■ aad I know | I coold make tbinga look ao diflhrent, if lie lau’t frumpy and will lat me." “bid you kaoclL ma’m T Tbia (ñróm a. allp-aliod girl, who Í tood good-natnredly ayeiag tba “knock" from her poet on tbe dotur mat. With a atart, aa If cangbt doing aomethlng ahe ought not to be doing, tills rather old-AMbloaed-lookiiig llttie lady anaorered; “ Yea: la—la Doctor Nathaniel Beed i»r “Te^ ma'm: tbe wraater, b^a In. If yeo're a patleoee^ nMMter aaya aa yew^e to ga ta the nbrmry." •Oh I Mk 1' ■'■■'■'■% Tril your roaster I caUad ahoat tbe adreritoeaMat." Ho aeeaar bad the senrant, «Mb a and of her aaiidy bead, departed, after bédiUng tbe lady “take a ebair" la a balMaibaaad taom eJT tbe ball, than that aauUl body, witb a quick look around, darted aeroaa tbe room to a mirror. Aftar aearafal tanrey of beraalt, wtlh a aod of aatlafaetion, •he retamed bereeat to await the doelor*a eomlng. Not a mlaate loo soon. Bar Jnat tbea a rolea oatatda tbe door reoiarked t **Ia ttie alttiag-room, did yoo my# Jaaer #4 Tbeo tba haadle laraed. aad a gea* llemaa of appareatty ahoat thirty entered tbe reeob Aa exeiaioatioa eaeaped tba lady aa abe balf aroM from bar aaat, and la aeeaftMod, harried aeri ef a way marmaradt “1 tbiafc—yoo will excaae am. Tbara ia a miatake. 1 «iabad—I In §M DoetiMr liteodL^ “*No miatake at all om’am. I aaaara on. I am Doctor Natbaaiel Beed. •oderatood tbe girl eay tbat yoa called about the aarertiaeoMnt 1 in-eertedia the paper. She ia rather stupid, ao perhaps tbe miatake la on her Stotlag himself the doctor awaited Inking “poor, little woman, a tilBe nenrooa about atatlag ber eapabilltiea." All m onee tbe trim little ignrc oppdkite him seemed to beoiHM mere ereet ae ia eiear, aedate toaea its owner aaewered j “Non year aerraat was quite right It le eoaeeraiag the adverlleeaieat that 1 hare ealtod.** “Well, I am glad Jaae nrae rf|^t tbie lime^ fhr she bae a dedded taleal for nudiiag Manderan BtUl, tbe girl ie gootl hearted aad baaaat, and 1 woald tike to gira beraa fklr acbanoe ••lean. Her mother, poor woman, li a widow, with four oiber ohUdran to preeide for. 1 do not know exactly wbera the fbalt 1% bat of eeorae 1 can ear tbat tbinga do aol weak aa tbay ahoold dev >Ád ao It oeeorrad to roe tbat If 1 could meat witb a aken •Malbarly littto body (waa tba Titile* aa artful eomplimeat oa tba d<Mdor*a waa the aeiaewbat “I aboald ba qnlto aat-ed with that; bat I muat tell you that—tbat I can not i^re a referenoa. Yourt would be my Brat aituatioa, and I am a atranger" (tbia last a trifle flaiteriagly) “in the eity." “Itetereocea!" he repeated, with a eomical look. “To tell yon the truth. 1 nerer thought of them." Then eourteoualy be added s “1. feel aufe that In your eaae they are quite aa- neeeamry. So, ahall we aay tbia dáy week for yoa to enter upon your dutieal^ - How kind yon are!" eeme Iropnl* alr^ trom tbe little woman’a Upa, “Not at all; not at all, I aaaore yon, madam," anawered tba doctor, bit color rising aligbUy, Tlien, •• be cordially ahook bta fo-tnre houaekeeper by the hand, bis quick eyea noted her ahabby little cotton gWea, ao oarefnlly damned at tbe end Of each ahabby Unger, and onca again he remarked pleaaanlly, as he eaooried ber to the door: “So thia day week I,may expect yon, Hra. Sphinx." A rooitient later be. too. left the boneev thinking as be walked britkly along: “1 beliereahe will aolt meto a dot Trim and neat, with a quiet roiOe. Fuor llttie woman, 1 expect rim baa •een a good deal of trouble,"and then other tboujriita ctiaaed Dr. Bced’a houaekeeper from hie mind. e •' -é ' m ,    9    9. Doctor Nathaniel Bead had béen brought up by aa old roaki aant A woman eompoeed On tbe aharp eomer and angular ayatcm. Yet, Withal. Bot nnkind to tier charge, but be be* ing of a bright, allkciionale diapoal* tioa miaaed aorely a roottoer'a loring waya; albeit always grateftll to Um «omaa who bail taught him to be ao •trictly upright and juit, and placed him in the way to earn an independent tiring. About two years pro-rious to bit snnt's Aeafti the bad bought tbe otd-fbriiionwi bonae standing In its o«ii gronnila, «here tlie (Ujctor at the openlng of my atorr ro-•ided. for at her deeeaae abe bad bequeathed it to him, With an Indoine of two hundred pound# per annum. Staadily tba doetoria practice bad in-eraaaed, bia reputation aa a phyriciaa galnii^r erery dar. Perbapa be would has* made aaoney fiwter If be bad been loan attaatire to tiioae patlepta wboea only pay eoaslaled of tltoir gratefuI Uiaoka. Jase, who thought no one equal to bm maator, waxed fUrly eloqaent wbea relatiag bow be bad tonded ber mother aaa belpad along her Maaller brotbara aad aiatora. And if tbe many “Ood Meaa yoaa" ad acta > liked ber to wetoome him wbeo he came home, and <moe be bad aaid to bimael^ aa lie noted tba gray hair ao •mootlily tacked away haneath ber anowy cap: **i am aa fond of ber almost aa if she were my mother." Toward tbe latter part of tbat tnmmer a rlrnient ferer broke ont among the poor of the district where the doctor lired, and hardly an hour could the doctor then call bia own. And Mrs. Sphinx’s belpfot hsnda were alwsya bnay those davt*^ft soothing a trettul little aaffarer where others had follad, nntll her mme also became betored of tbe poor that learned to know—rill one night, wbeii tbe doctor came in to snatch a hnr-ried mottthfnly Jane met him, ejaculating, aa beat she could betweeu ber so M: “Oh, maator. tbe miatress la awful bad. aad ahe’a locked in ber room, and abe won’t let me in, and—oh !” •he aildcd, «Mb a gulp, “she’a been •-talking to beiweif lika aaything. and—oh, maater, if ahe’a been ami gone ana took the forér!" Fora moment th* doctor did liot •iMak—a aonlethlng about hli heart Mcmed to hare ioeaaed ita motion; Ibeu puahing open the aiuiiqf room door he gax^ in. With a ibudder he turned away. How empty the room aeemed without the little flgure that M had known aolongl Putung the weeping Jane •side, he burriea up acaira. As be listened outeide hia housekeeper’s door, ber rolow habbHag diaoopuectcd senteucea fell upon hia ear; then, with a white, aet expreaaion Miotit hk month, be, preaalag ril bia weight against the door, burst It open. A startle<i look ql amaxement gal h-ered in the doctor's eyes as be bent oser the alight figure of his housekeeper, who, still babbling wildly, I with an uneonKlout atare into foce. “M.jr Ood, apare her!" came with a •tifled groan from the docto^ •• hb lips careaaed the little banda ritot had alWaya done him anch wiUiagflarrioe. •    •    9:9    •    9 gaxei' bia ft ac4*rie« «if .atantov.' rWaMiacUm C*r. GHevelaad hnám.í Stantoa’a death b wrapped ia roya* tery. It waa chaigCd that be com* miited snieide, and it waa aaid that be eut hia throat, out there ia no truth In these aUtemehia. The man who shared him after he waa dea<l ia atill employed in the War Department, and he agid the other day that there was oot a mark of a cut upon his throat. He spoke rery sliarply to ofllccrs Whom be fouf^l loááng ,about Wash* ingt >n, when he thougnt they shoqld be in the field, and it was not uncommon for him to say, “Well, air, I would like to know what you, an officer of the United States Array, arc doing at Washington ? If they'don’t ne d yon at tbe front. I’ll see about mastering you out." At one time one of tire other members of the Cabinet wanted Stanton, to appoint a young friend of bia aa pavmaater In the army. “How old is he ?” said Stanton. “He is only tikeoty-one," wa* the reply ; “bot he is thoroughly reipect* able *hd honest. “Mr. Sccrefarr," responded Stanton^ emphatically, wquhl not ap-Int the Allgel Gabriel paymaster if that he can and come in stormy weather wimout getting wet Mrs. Palmer, of Michigan, owns tbe smaU* eat specimens of the canine race, aud Miss Kate Willard has, I believe, the handsomest cat 99 3 V ■ K. - WoMl4»rs of the Pliooofrrapti. (WMbingtmi C9T. SsvsoBaii X<va.] , Heretofore the phonograph has pot been aufilcieutly distinct to enable a *    '    ■    ■    . V person to disiingiiish one voice from another. It they are similar in volume and tone. It ia believed, however, that the iiistrnmeiit will be perfected within a short time so that apvone who has beard a number of volP^s in a room can readily distinguish them from the soaiids the phonograph will give out. It ia the distinguishing ot one voice from another which gives the names of the s{)eakers. For instance, If the phonograph ia u^ to record the proceedings of a Legislature, it will not, of course, have the uamre of toe persona participating In debate, and the pertons translating from the record of the phonograph will have to place the speakers by tbe by toe tones of their voices. It ia said tbat some of the <MBctal reiiorters m-tend trying the phonograph withiii a Tbe Fellow Tbat ijomt HM Grip. ar sBKsar WoArrsv. It’# a k»( hard wud to travel. The one I’ve traveled on. Over the roiifh, ehar|> gravel KW>ni memrt duek iAd''Va. B«t BOV 1 aaa werMkea;    \ 'KookMl (or aa oatbóuod tri^ ^ All idiattered and #orrov:i>#haaea— A (eUuv ikat’a i#w kia snp. ’t \ e waa Only twenty-one.”    ,    -    j-    j    .    •    •    u    »* He came down to the IVpartmentltime and about 11 o'clock, and worked along ;ontil2or3 o'clock in the npoming. He used a ateuographer, and dictattm daily hundreds ot letters and telegraphic dispatches. Bbortly betpre LJricoln'a death, Stantou teudcred his resignation as Beoretary oC War, and the ground that the war was eVcr aad the purpose for which he had, jpne into office had been accompli sited. President Uneoln ia said to have torn the reaigaatioii to pieces, aud then, going op to 8uti|ton, to have thrown bis arms areoitd him aud said: “Stanton, you have been a good friend and a foitkfol public aenraut, and It la not for you to say whether you are no louver ueMlad by toa Qovarnmeut or » '' not. •TK^    ...    ..«n      Stanton,    during his last Illness, tried I to    ISOO from a Washington * “1^ I b.»k,    >».k    WMM DOtiu.- connl his note. it foil, they will have the proceedings by the usual methods, and no risk will be run. When the pbono-grapb is perfected tbe stenographers intend to nse it ia tlwir work as a safegnard. 'By its asaiitonee they wiU be enabled to hare every to tog that ife said in tbe room, and a immBer of persona apeakiag at oue time and the vapidMy of their speech will be no in* ttonvenieneO, as the phonograph Will catch everytJiing that ia aaSd. It will be of more use as an amanuensis than anything qlse, enabling one to dictate any amount ^ correspondence to tbe maetHne, and leaviag It so that any oiM can tranacribe It, betauae the machine (ton be ae^ to repeat toe dictation at any rate of apeed. I wmé BlMjrf e^mnlAd plueliir tiODa Tiü I becain# iitilackT TliAti    2mii    Ihroiurli^ I ¿erer did a&y Mfrkinir lliii Mmehow biibí ú my HD, And il iiillM a man for working W bca Ue Umia M’a ioal bia gri|># We’re aH of me» a»d broihera W kite tiiAre’a a» ere» rAee« I ñtwiiggioú iae ibe oiAem BttC t ouldii’i make ItiA pAee; Aad now I» a atraruBer eitr« My life* like a aiaklftg aliip# Cifiea Odwii^ wHIi »<me to pity Tkat feJUow tUkt iuat kir grio# A»d ip-dar I keard Ike cllaking Of ri*k drojxi on ike giataa, Tkeir patter tkrougk tl«c clii»ai»||^ Made some ddtit motiheIIta pa^ . If ore qttiekiyy lor tkey bron^t spa . Eeltef 111 their coolinff dnp. Some little p.Ttienee iatigkt ina--A fellow ikat’a loat kia arip, I Í.    “ » Tre been a wandering rorer« A akme wttkoat the iaoa% 111 tiottld lire It orer i Would life be Mck a lomf Would mialortuMa atill befall aae Till %9my kad me on the ktp. And would Ike world tkep eali ma • The felAew that leal kii gnp# Ifow awlfl the ttme la tying* The gaal la aiuNMit wm; 1 am aylog# dying, dyijag, V Be went, bemoane t by aotie. I hear Uie mirf ea aakaowa atraadi, 1 foel my mooring» atip, iQjkrlMt ream me on t Ikr fm^ing kaadA I^m a IÓIÉOW ikat lent iiia gnii# ICbicago CknrMl* cvBRKKT nrnr. ealtod forth by the doetoria kl were regiatered above, their record moat have been a glortoua oiml 9    9    9    9    9    9 t A yaar bad |Maaed ainoe Mra. Sphlax eatored apon ber dultoa aa hooaekaaper toDr. Kaed :aod aa Aüry waod oould have worked greater ehangaa than that lady’a etover handa had dooa. Tha oM-foahfooad tnrnl-tare had takan oa a pollab uaaa wbfoh ae fly dare rhdc a footing. Pretty laee enríalas graead the wladawa which laokad ont, not upon weeda aay morav bat fragraat fiowar bads aad velvety grase aad a raatio amt ’aaalb the-o’wiiaaging braachea ofaa aecianCoak. Jfoe, no longer allp-tbod, but in a aaat ganra aad daiaty eapv wailed npoa “iIm mlatraea,'* as aba alwaya peraiated ta ealling Mra. Sphlax, to whom aba bad become ml-ouMt aa much aitaehad aa to the doctor. Aad toe doctor hiaaaalf ? Probably ba would bave tboagbt ao woraa foia could bebil him than the loaa af Mra. ^htaz. Wbat of thailady her-•ell f From tba firat day whaa tba éotttar gave ber eo kindly a wotomae aad bade her make beraelf qalla at boare, aad if gaytbiag waa wantiag to bar comfort to m him kaow, aaa bad growa ta lava herdo-riaa aad tba qntaf aid boaaa aad hoped tbat aha might al waya atay. altboogh, of oonraa, tbat would md aa potaible wbeatbadoetor broaght boaia a bride, wbieb aatarally ba woald do aoroe day. SooMbow aba did aet lika to tbiakot tbat bear aad aa alrove to pat It out of bar mind. TeA tba doctor, truth to tail, had barilly given •aeb an idea a tboaf^t. He waa too part?) who wooM nailartaka to aat buay a man to have mncb time to da- .a É  #k,AMaiwlaA wwlvav I# aaaaaaatA Waa 'vote to aoeletr, aad tba apprintOMnU ot bia Ihnbo aaitad him to a aieetr •varylhiag aUralgbi, why it would be agraati^i *1 would •are, air,” waa tha rather foint lef to BM." I woald try to do my baat| I -am ‘    '    ra* MMMiaa. “Not a doubt of It," was the hearty ridoladMr; tbea atridiag aeroaa the riKND Um doctor rather fibergerically drew ap abliad, remarking: “I hope yoa do not believe la tbe aaviog ^ “5BS Mra ut," aftar a bii^ paaa% Mip-pHaii tba lady, rilgbriy edging awav from tba daaritog aun^iaa aa ft •tfWiBwd ta apoa them. “Do yea kaow I bava baaaaM poa* aaaaed with iba Idea tbat ail good bouaekeapara abhor the aun oa ae* count of its faning propaaaitiea t But I afmid I aboubl Im rather obtii- aaia iu my raqaireflMat# at light and air. rianahiM ta a giorioaa baaribe-tor. It has eared OMay aa ill, and ia oftoatloMa a good deal oMta aAoetlva tbaa a doelora luraaeriplioa.'* Tbit lat tar wito a gaalal tMdi% im glaariag at bia watebtlMadded: “Weli, Ibaa, gra. lik^iBX, if yoo ibiak wd could aa to plaaty of air aad ana ... ,    am forgattiof oaa of tba moat Importaat itaoia. Tbe raoompcnaa I oonld oflbr woabl oot be laiBa--parliapa two dotiara aad a haU^ MffMS SI by-tbe-bv oooaequeatly ba acvor felt the aee^ of a wMa Ha bad gvowa qaite at- iaebed to tbe qniet, little figtire iu black, wboee browa eyee sparkled ao OMirily at tlaaaa above their gold-bowed    woald bave •orriy missed bU fldthftil honaekeep-er. For avaa oatMde of ber boate-koeping dttrie% aba waa of graat help to bias, aaaialiag to keep bia aeeoaata aad aorliag bia papmn ao elevarlv. Perbapa ba waa tbinklag of Ibfa aa be aaid MM aftervoua rather abrapriy: “1 am afraid you are workiag too bard, Mra. ripbinx. How abaoM like to take a holiday T* “Wbat I Yoa oieaa bm to go away I" abe exciaiaiad ia a atartiad, imploring toiia. “God forbid 1" The words drcqipod foom hia lipa ai moat unawaree before no added, “Juaia littlbtrim aay to Uie eaaalry, for your bimllb; altboogh bow wa ahall ^akmg witbaat yoa, Idoaot know." “Tbea, If von ftooao, rir, 1 had rather not fu," waa tba qakt aaawer, •ad aa ao oiora waa atod. la bia heart tba doetor waa plaaaeii you tbat Mra taka, a k Sfdii bollda ax tod alaetad aat to y. SaaMbaw to bad tofora Mra. Spiiiax waa aoM to •» upy for tba doctor bad fought wiA daata with ber and oonquered. It vaa the first day hereouvaleaeaaeaijtod tbe{ bouMkeeper aat ia a large ew toair before a cheerful fire, awajfcg tbe doctorif eomlng. A wlatM look shone la tor browa eyea (ib# apaeta-elea had been laid aaide dafiag ber ilineasX and there was a blamalmia quiver to ber lIpe, whHe oAor two tears eluag to tor dark laallaa. She daatod tbma baatlly aaide to a well-known tlep aoawded ontai^ The next moaaent the doetor waa aakiog ber how ato felt. “Ob, 1 am moeh atrongar,^ rire mi-awarad with lowered lida. ,Tbao, aa tto eotor Uleraliv dyad b«r riiaeka orioMoa, ato exeialmad, “Ob, wbat mast vou thinkol bm? Bat.lndead*~ iadaad, 1 aevar tboagbt tobefonad oaL" Tto doetor waa about to weak, but ato stayed bin witb: “No, yoa must bear roe. 1 believed it waa my laatebaaee, and it seemed each an eaay tblag to do wbaa 1 read tbe adverriseoMBl. I had tried ao hard to get a |daoa aa govefaeaa. but I waa alwaya too youug. 1 toadc anrc yoa woald to aa elderiy gtotieman, aad 1 waa dreadfrilly scared when 1 foaad oat yoa were not, but I saw that yoa aaver anapectod, bad ibait yoo gave oia aourage, and tbea you aaa poor papa iiavlag bean aa actor, 1 toak to makiaa op quite aatarally. U was tto WNfiug of tbe wig aad tbioga in bia mnk that first pat tto tdea iq my beam And-» obtooetori 1 hope you don’t think very dreadfril of me. 1 waa quite alotie here Iq the wreat city. I never oonld make bay fnend% yo« aae, be-eauae we were alwaya itravaliBg abonl, papa mad I, after li tocdt me fh»ra aebool, natil bo—he pled, and then the money wae so aooB Boae aad I did waat a home ao. But, ot eoorae, I will go away now. I don’t think I eau to-day, bat to memw I will to •trongar, and my naoM la,not gra. Sphinx, lilt Ruth Laaglqi." Softly drawing away the haada that ahiaidad Buth’t taarfrd foce, tto doctor aaid buakflv : “Aig what am I to do wfthout my MlUa houaakeaper I Do yen suppoae I eon baar to loaa bar wbaa tha has grown to ba a part af mv life? Of R, Wa, AfraMI <»r bwla. lAfAArlAAÍi (0A-) EsFAblSeAA.l “Yea, air ; Pae *feared ef owls, fmaa, kaae dey am ftdkea." “What makes yon say that, Charley T* weaaked.of the old grey-haired aegro. “Weil, air, wen I was a little boy, wav back la ola Tirgtnny, dar, with Mane Robert, we had a ole grau-mauin, and one day dc owls hop all on her bouse, and dat night dey aot nn It and aong and laS all níghLl Marto Robert he shoot and eosa, butf to kill ao owls, and gran-maum ahe lag and the owls oorue more, and Maras Robert went to Petersburg. Dat mornin’ I went la her room aud an owl with great big eyes sot on tto head ab de bed kxtotn’ like de ole womaa wid ber gray gown oa; bot ffran-maum wau’t ia ne bed, and de awl gave one big bowl, few at me and gave me dis long aeratcb. Yoo aae cus?" polating to a mark from tbe eoraer of bis right eye that looked aa if done wMh ati ax. “Weli, de owl knocked me down, aod I yelled, O, Lawdy, and feel oa de floor. De folkes find me dar, but dey nebber see greo-raaum, and dat is de rqaua i’aa afraid ot owla." Rta Veto Itomt, rWMMagtoa CrtUe.J “Daniel," said the President sternly, as he looked up from an unofficial ^pqper he had found on hia desk. *^Yea, sire," reapoaded iha seree-tary, with “WhatlaUiisr “It Is a bill, lire, for aooM artklea Mrs. C. has beea pnrchaeing." “Uai-ara," beaiiated the President, “U it ? Well, M’s the first thing of the kind that has aver ecMoe before my noUea." “Yea, sire," aaid Daniel, because he had aothiag else to say just then. Tlien tbe hard look came iato the FraaMaot'a fooe again, and his voice was cold. “Daniel," he said, laying the bill down In front of him. “Yea, alre." . “Where Is my veto?" ' ' “Your wife has It, alre." ^ “Um-um. Daniel, will you ba kind enough to fill up a check for the amonnt?" And Daniel took the bilL A Tnnnvl Tntovga, atespiee Fnaeu (Pan Rail dsSMM.} The Iasi of great Alpine pasaea is doomed. “We have lost driven," writes a oorreapoodeut, “scrota the I Simplon. I need not aay it was glori- ons weather, aad we passed oa the way a nroeeaétoa of oamAges earry-|bg a acienUfic cotnmiMion from Lan-•anne. *ñw Vaodala had all their iarigaia of deatrucrioa with them, dad were making obeervationa for the projected tunnel from Brtgne to Iseilr. The inn keepere are airnany begianlnp to treat tto prefect as a fait aooompii, aad at Itolie we were presented with a plan of tto Simplon Railwav, and told I a pa t oourae,'’ be addled, smUlag slightly, “she eaiiaot slay aa Mrs. Bpina* bnt 1 m y P™ eoatlanad: “But I think oi^ of my- laot SUV •a Mrs. Natbaaial Bead—«to might. Thea growing suddenly arrave he ngl Whyl"^ •elf. Yet Ruth, oh! my darling 1 If yon oouki leam to love laef With a foroed laogb, “1 believe I have beeo la love with my honae-keeper from tto veiy fira^ 4topite tto gray wig and apaoa." Ha had knelt down beride her chair, and at to eeaaad epeating alit-tki band stole tImMly toward bia and a ttay dimple began to ereep thyly lato view at the eoraer oi tier month, bot waa qokkty bnried oat of right beneath the doetoria mnataeto os the murmurad: “Oh I doctor, don’t yojq kpow It waa uat—Inst what yon tova been aay-eg, that waa maJiiiMr B to hard for ma to mx"—{Engikb Magarine. d whh much enthoriarin that tbe Utaaei would beat the    Got hard hrilow. “Our eoachmaa was more of a political aeoDomiat than we should have taken him lor, aad reflected philo-•ophkally enough Uiat whatever brought nwre viritora would In the kmg rna bring more enatora to the vettorinL ’They will not drive over tto Simplon—no, but they will want to drive •omewliere elat.* Apart from tto tuaari, tto Simplon route will, I imagine, pretoat fewer engtneeiing difitonlriee than did tto St ^thard.- •owM» kin d lee* Pete. [B#m; Puier Poeve la Alb««ij loare*).! Afi.. ladiea in Washington have pet saddle horses,' but tto fad of this •eaaoa ia a long mired white donkey broken to hariieaa. Mrá Dr. Baxter baa M a pet a y<rang Texas wild eat, which la very tame, but for which the doetor has had to have a large cage built In the yard, as it would ooca- kiogav’e ito«gl*.iicw« B.igiiea. rProTtdeaec.l3ara*Lj , General Logan doee not spare himself In the stories which he tellf with a great deal of native humor and force. One of them was told In the pauses of the base dram at the banquet of the Young Ifeu's Republican Club on Friday afternoon. Speaking of bis book and the eriticism qpon it, to said that a frieodly reader of the proof sheets had ealled his aUeution to several aentenoes of rongh-town English aad auggeated ttoir amendment. But 1 him, said tto Gea-erai, that that would not do. “I put them in mypelf on purpose, and il I bad not the oonfounded newspapers would have said that 1 did uot write It myself." ’Tbia was cutirely satisfactory, and they were |diowed to rema iu. Pleivf HVs a Wbotv A former’s wife. living ap aaiMag the Nqw Eqgland hlUa had a loagiag all hto life to see a hippopotamux A circus and menagerie visited a aeigh- boriug town and she harnessed up tor om horse and eagerly jogged over the rough roadx When she stood in front of the cage where the huge beast was oonfiired all she said waa “My I ain’t to plain F’ TlM wRI aaewa «tisqUtoaiwf propw-tiM ot Ifve, eoMhiase wiih echtr leaiee •ad a OMie psrfses asevtoa^ are foead to Cmmt*o IrMi Ptito. «Okh eto|a«th«a ta* •ervsa aad tody aad uaprevsiie MooU aad 00% tarriblv frightening tto Hitor- ntan or A mean ooca pa ota thereof. Seaater Edmundri daughter has q lit- » toa^    WMuaeate    gd|a*^M|[k    ateto*    fBatoA Bte AtoWwretoPmi ^Wmmw Wmm99 909 mBTww I te'lte"" ajimma %k9 aoiaíImmaÉ teAA aaauIaíaE# klonally visit the aelghboring kltch- ilng tto ■p igl tif hull terrier named Grip, on whom mnch attention la laviabM, aad who baa a eorerad walk Holli expraariy imr him, toadii^ ftma bia room ha tto •tabla to the baek parlor window, so invalMlB’ Hocel and INuwtcal IvvtUvte. This widsly eetohfrated InsUtutioa, to eatod at Buiale, B. T., M ergaotasd «Mh a (UU stafl' of sigbtesv expsrtoaccd aad aklto nil paysieiaaa and mrgaonx eeastitutlag tto HMt cossalnle organiaaUon o! OMdleal and aargfeal skiU to Aawriea, for tto treat. Meat of all ehroelo cuooasos,) ^tottor re» qaumm Modioal or auritori nwaas for ttolr curs. Mareoloua suooeas has toon aehtovsd ia too core of all rmsI, toreat and luac dtsoasws, liver aod kidney dtaeases, disease* of too digsattve orgaoo, Msduer dis. easoa, diseases poeullar to Wimmo. blood tatats and skin diseaaea. riMnmaOsm, aeu-rslglx aonrous dobllUy, paralysia, •pilnoty (Its), spenaatorrlwe, Hepotenoy aad kia-dred sfleotions. Tnnnoands ars auivd at ttolr hOMoa torougk mwraopcNi'loaeo. Tto ours of too worst rupcurea, MMor*. earieoeato, hydredele ■ sad strioturaa la ly I 10 oeats fa stanp* for tto Infolio €hi‘d*.Hook (las pagas), wkleh glvoa aU panieulara. Addraaa, World'a Dispeeesry M«dical Awooiatioa, BiUfelo, B. fl f uaraat4M)d, wito only a short rssideaoo at to* lawitnnoa It la new oéitsla teat pbotogrpphy R sooMtolag mors than toaa a nog stive fmroa, —[Post-DlSpateh. A lie oat ef tto «bol* elotb R Itaeiy to to hotter toaa a patobod-up atoiT.— [BoW Orlaaas Pioaynno. Foot “Aad yon wUl prlat my poaHP* Editor—“Tso, abr; to tto piucxte depart» Mont.“—[Dd-Btla. Bosebar will not to jsBeaows la EaAaad toda ttteá. esto will fiad pleaty of AMSri» oaa BmaMs thoro.—ic'hkago Horald. -4 SpAAtetelf mt llfteiteteCh ^ 999f ilA teteFM MNHI telMI    Mrite    9ft    teWM te aloaof* goaoralty takas it.—[Utiea Barrid* Ttero's a town ta B#breMa oalRd ••Wooriag WoMr.v Why dida*t cboy eall It **Toaro“ aad aava wordx—) W asbtagtea Critie. Tto Asssasor** lot ta not a happy oae, wayto. but It gOeoralty goto taaod losa than other lets do all cae ssbm.—[Hoawr vUta JouraaL Anarohwis are aot parttonlarly hoasot, and yet w* doa*t betwve onoof toom would toko a bath, evoa if it were taft out oosv afght.—(Puefc. Tto aow editor ef the Boatoo Foot saya: '•Ctteire of the Coufr««osloeal Bcoord ari regutorly seat to Jt-torooo Dsvta.** Ha dm aervoa it all.—[Pook. Pretty aharly ororvbody ta oa atrito aowadayo—trying to bit toe pestitoreus ly aud MtaalBf hfui uiae times oot of u posaa-Mo tea.—[Tray TiMes. A oaatoMpsiory speaks MT a esrtaia Msa aa a bora Hmioiai^ It ha* aover btoa aor good tortua# to atoet a Musleiaa vto was aot tora.—(LowsU dliaea. ••Ttoy oay, dodge Uolmaa, that you have flxed your teaoo all right.** “Tea, '    t aad 1 thiafc I have iMprovad my gait a^od dual, tad.**—( W aehiagton Post. fH;oaM. Graver, you most eosse to brdia-’ fast or it will fri oold.** **11iat*s all right, dear; yoa penr out toe eedee while I wrlta eevea iMre vetoee.**—[Wssbiegtou PsoS. Gibe—*'So tbe MSti vaa kfiled, at tto bo-tof:, was hsP’ )^uibbe-*«Yy#; shot right toi tto rotnadx*’ Gibbo—**Great toott! Bo wonder It killed hiai. Thai’s atprribto place to bit a msa.**—[Cbioago Bambier. A aew eoflMuy to eatiUed “A Hole la tto Orouad.** Wbeo a eoM pa ay starts out to ^v tote pieoe sad cetsiosacislly straadod ecveral fcaadred nilee trom baoM itoy wiM . r feel tike eravliog teté tto naaM id tto eonedy.— fNorrtatovo Herald. has. toe ' old one la her araw** ta tto titta af aMtaeiesipi eoitoga ormtioa. In toiii eeaa’It was propabfotto old MOÓB vas full aad' tba a«v moea waa iryiag to take her Back to the regular quartore.—[N«v Orleans Picayune. The childreu ware plavtng at tiorae rail» road. ToMMy suddenly txalaimsit: *’Look bore, we’ve forgotten sontetbiag. Wa eaa’t go an nairae we buy up an Ahlor. aiaa,** Wbat ridicuicws ideas soiuctinleo get iato ohildr«a% bead#.—(B'isteu Traa-eerlpt. \ Jadfe-r“Wb»t*s year name?**. Common Druak-»**Seiitb, John bqiitb.** Judto~* rBoMoossT* C. fk—•i^rédois ta a bar fOUM!.** Judge—hat doe* year buslaebe coasRt ol P* C. !>.—‘‘Upl»sdi II g schooa» eraJ* tealns—Hlixty    ;    New    Haven Sew*. lo toi* to be aa Indian *notem** cam» patsn f It w about settled that tbe Bepub-iieaaq are to put up Beav?r. aqd strongly urfcd oa the Piobibltioatsts to rally round Wolfo; tod now I* tbere any party of tba name of •fTiirti#*’ or “Turkey* lor Oreea-beokero or Deaioerat* t — [l'bUadel|^ia Laeger. An stflko seeker oent ta Ms esnl to the President inscribed “jMt a wtait.** Tbo Preeideat said to kad no liam to jest, • Minuto, and bsaides, ruanlag tto Uovera» uMnt and fryiag to please both Mug- wuHipa aad Demtorats wm ao jseUag ■ratter. SpslliBf roforatafe ehoubta’t he put lalo tto oteoeo aayhow.—ihorrta» taws HwaMU it' } '‘I t. A "if . ■ ■ ,1V,

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