The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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following him through
lobby, we ascended u
Idark and nariow wooden-stair
Icaac. At tK«* top «>f it we found
'ourselves in an arched gallery
running round a small court.
Here afrw goats were wander
iug about, and from !>• hind
curtained doorway# uumerous
dark facmi were peeping fit us
0*K OF MAM.
I us in diameter go to tin- mill ! Ou Train H'llh a Kunw-JMim.
I lit a few years Maim* will hav«-1
'neither pirn* nor spruce fnr "11*.• * lnen hard weal leu i"i
around her shoulders. Atauv <n mil t iiiuiiuiib •< | hottteeonsuuiptioii. *ili«*n ifli I railroading. remarked ;in illi
shc saw goods piled in the hugely throng u\ ' ''Ni pnrt of Michigan, WUnm , u us tVuiral combed u yesiei
wai.r for .ufiti l,iiriii.«l |„ il,.- Miuiy wiirn- hav "I ..ji I Hill Mi
! shawl die litvl about her and
jdipj M*u it itito ill)- water, then
(dared il over Inn head and
Sobet Thought# on Diet.
Mau\ of out criminal* ar<-
1 he principal lady of t he house i«|u. |;t|H«rU'Uce ol' a l.uu> Dur
hold received us at the door o| tutf the Ureal L'lilcmr" Fire.
the sitting room, and soon we — -
were surrounded by at least a I i'totftgw loiter twMtmuMqiotUTriintiu
doxeii women and lots of chil-
dren, n*.t two of them dressed block
alike. The poor children were i„
all perfectly laden with brae* j 0n ^
elets, anklVtw and nose-i-it g*. wish vou a* happ> New i V'i",! i?,!.'' rYidT'.i ..nln igin within the stomach. There
l.il„,. ft- lm,l . v. „ IMMI.II Mid-1. «..-l,pliili ill.- '2 u ' I- mil.- ill proncUiim
rings. Indeed, ninny of Inm elevator. atid meeting the ladv | v;|„. jd itvd tie-hundh in the buupereme, chastity or ro-hte _
w „, t;tit** II.. nunk. «<TT whj^ «hi MM iV,y 1
nl\ ' lav," hut we have st iue fuii.ul
, . ...... I ".lie, |0| Sit Ml > HHlllC'l 10 (lie . > . . . . : i «ei . ! Ulltf-'MM me nil' ..Jin "■
In a pleasant Hat in a htieciu : water's edge: wagon tops butn: • n .1. (localities of the whole iw.-ntv Ithe^aine Was you erer on a
lock on itush street lives a to tlle water; h.Sscs rear and I i'V; fV,Mi P U\K iU\ i' ** •• 'Inn.id.' train that had a snow plow i.
•nutiful woman,whom I visU. d l|1(, |iuallv sj„k fro||| bile is shrouded by datlami, M( )>(. v% hlt.. pit,,. (.. % I lent, goiu' through drifts
i New \ cars.lay. MiHocalion. Men* rushed into denial chums having the in. ,M. ||wt||„ (|,.I1IUI!(1. ,l|lt , Well if you wasn't, you have
"I Wish vou happy the lake beyond their depth, • 1ihe st.nuinch. riiei. wi|, uVde to do m,. Mr , m-idea the way that snow tiles
ear, said 1, stepping tr- iu tin- j nt.V(.(. toconie out. ,H but l,Ul'' f Little affirms, fur more than when the weather is cold. The
' "rmrhu*. thv lu|ij?tM. nu< IUMill I ..MKiiM «mn no ihan
• I tin-1 tie could in a grave. That tlx inc
.lldW gne> everywhere. In the
looked queer little objects, w ifit at her door. A half smile Hit
f atterns painted ou their 'aces u., ||„. fu,.,.t ;is, she extended
n scarlet, yellow, or white, j^.j hand
h«*i hand am! welcomed tue
Some of the woim'ti, too% hail gracefully', but made no r> fer-
white spots painted round thdr (,u«c u the greeting,
ars. (thoughttheseextrc m iy My wrnjis were laid aside
ugly, for they strongly r*sem | She Nit down in a low rocker In
rows of teeth One ex
ceedintrly biiiart baby was
a v« !l«
ilii 1 ti ess
ii b' "i t'.
HI 111' t l \
w iih a In , *i' > i i !-•
and u ii'' •".}■ -mirn!
a tuft of j. !. -•> .11
of 11 • : sii1 -w i i i -•
1 e^4- Wt :• |H'I l« I llfs ' i I 1 i * Is
jew« is■ .i I'llie ne.'k *'M« '!•
ered b\ rows and rowy o! i- •; i>,
from which were suspended all
sorts of charms and talismans.
Several of the women were
afraid to shake hands, and one
the trlowing grate, and a far
awa\ iook cam.' into the ««ye>
and ne" the !'a< e. -♦ 1 *• not had
.. ha; . \ New \ eat nee we!I
in ! i. ■ .j.' "tii i . one i nee ! I
a I .'I I.. in I lev . I i'S
peej a: -! tier."
1 loi K 'd l :\ iuio.lirv li I le •!
U. 'It i true, ie i 'U' Ili
ant. wit ii a u'lam ' abi •,,!
by the side of tin
plashed water over the, .... .,
trunk; it steamed. She dipped ' 7 ;. ' 'ir' l'.iir/.' noH on the h.'adwater* uf 11 .
. „ . ii. ,i ,i i . all go ha'id in hand. A pure
her head beneath the surface: f , . , , t* ....
i i i . i .• i soil! ••anno! be expected to I"
she calculated the tune when . , . * ... , ., ,f
II... llMIIM^ VV...IM hnv.. IWKftM.1 "I'1'' " '"V1 . "'"T f. I' '
11,.. |..I n.iiiM .1 ,.liv; "" ""I .
-I,.- ,«i.i.'.i, i.„i in.- it:,1i'"l"™>:' "T" T
, ,„.at; ri,.- wiriiual n ' ■ '
.1. . i ... i. .ti i .: .. part ot the material man. root
In >It in
bundl.'s fioia t .
them to (lie si;
. ■ 11ei irinn tl e
•moke and l.* olatiou
'. sh ■ 'at upon
the ri'st of ilie night,
ruim she look her
.■ ater. caiiied
. rment and
si!y i itnloitivbh room.
"and \ ei I \e much i-> he thank
fill for." I magi lie : w. .nun ol
sligiit it: liiture. oi medium
little fellow with an enormous height, with a pale. - id I'ae .
nose ritigscreaiiieu most lustily.. m t lined, but smoothly ag--d.
This led to our discovering that as though sorrow hud mil;,
tliev were afraid of my dark paled the llusli • I' youth alio
hands, for I had on a pair of hop* as well. Suiioiindiug
blown gloves, it was tin lir a bmad. full brow and ha/el eyes
time that any of them had s en is a mass of snowy hair, brush
and the v
party wi re very much aston
ished, when I took them oil* to
find tliat my hands were white.
Miss Allen" produced a scrap-
book, and handed it lirst to the
old geittirinan. He commenced
looking at it at the wrong end,
as Arabs always do, and evi
detitly enjoved the pictures
quite as tnucli as the children.
Shortly after our arrival the
servants broiigh in a gill tray died seventeen vears ago in New
ed carelessly back and coulineo
in a coil, low at the back of tin
head, and you will see m\
toiieh o| nature make-
ilie whole world kin,1' and I
meet so IIUlIiV touches ev. r\
week in thi- great «*it\ that I
want to share them with some
body, so let tUe tell Vol) t he stol'\ i
of tfiis lady.
She is a widow ; ln-i husband
pre,id tie in upon tile hot sum
i.i ill v Sh" u-'t
bring III I U link fo the edge ;
>\hile sin w.is watching the n
t llie\es al (eiripled t.o steal the
•.aiuietits There she remained
iinii Monday morning, vviih no
ood, no driitU, no friend to aid.
She had live dollars and her
ruiVk and water .-naked gar
iieiits. At that time sin re
cei\ed bread and cotl'ee ami in
i he unem ton she was conveyed
to the hospital oil the West
Side, be\ oiid tlie burned dis
trici, where .he lav for wei k-.
helples s and ili from the teni
ble e\ pi i -il! i
. .. kli , .-Miouiu- are all -tipped, an
s„rl I.. H.-I, ..,,111* «ImU tt- .j, i
tributaries. In lh?i', according
to tin census report. there were
in tin- I itited Slates I7H.I.V.I in
du>ti ial estab:i diunMit>. em
ployiiur l,otWI.'/oi hands, devot
ed to the manufacture of wood
en Wtich* The illlptCS doll pie
vails that when ot.r -supply of
lumber falls, as it inu-t inevit
abl\ vv ithin tie next t.'u . . ,
vvi can tiud in l'ana I a .upj v
that vi i | jtol be .:)i • t. ' 11
c. at '-liies ttut thi - i:< an . ; i >
at iea ■*! d lii • ie ,i ■ lis
that there i-« ma from >1 initooa
to the t*ult* of Si Lawrence u-
inuch pine, spruce, hemlock,
whitewood and other coruun i
cab the engineer and
part of the material man. Food
enter* i In stomach, and through
various processes is transform
. I into blood. This blood con-
tains bot.ii spirit and niattei
Spirit gives it life, mo ioii and
ete.| I'lie -*tuH" w i.1 uo mn
wllele. I've found -now inside
I bull's V e lunlei u. w III' ii i*
mighty near air tight I'luti
driving h*nil coining• tl'tln plow
and 11\ ing in the w ind, wail u..
throfigh gla-s. wood, or any
thing. Last l-'ridas v.c had a
the I do. ii
• ii -n
tin laatei i,i 1 i iii 'ii sidu
also a iiortioa of that we
. ...... ...so a portion
u" "" 11 " call tile spiritual man Thro"
it would require
th is blood
tow w III
o i an
i..p a id v\ i 111
* ) i I 111' t 1
.i nuisance ot
i w Is. I'retfl
ii volume toe\plaln
is drawn |. various
tsurawt. ,1 various noiu.s. un.j ,.in| ,imber as woitld stipplv the
places, depos.ted and solidthed l |ij()iil S|;U(l, f((| J,,,.-
In the light of -m il fm is
as a none, nerv*'. tun -cb*, tissui'.
J etc.. according to its attrtictiou
: or chemical affinity, replacing
j lhut which i ' by ail opposite
law being constantly disiute
J grating, resolving into a Httid
• title and being caught ftp in
j various receptacles, such as the
1 ii\er. kidney s, etc., having this
especial otlice of casting out the
waste, unless and harmful. A
'- ... i titier ttroducl than blood is ex
■ - • hM ' tru. i.f. 1 rr.,,,1 tl,,' ,*„rlI,. air. w.-t
v l,„M 1 ..TI,MM,' ..I uf lilt's.'
lilt' t'tilHJ)JlIl\ itiiiru "i-i iiicr**' _ . .
the iiccillliuiilled losses. III It'll i ' 'Mur irt it
i ,• ., ... , , i substances goes to support tie
* days Irom the mil she received *
word from New York that her
old home hud burned tlie da\
11 M n 1 spirit mil man in conjunction
with two huge green goblets
full of MWeet -imp: and we had
to drink a liitle of this n> we!!
as three suiall cups ot eoliee,
the old gentleman particularly
wishing me to uuderstnd " that
lit wns Arab custom to drink not
less than three."
die did not
i home, so rent
ning even thing
Miss Miranda Davis, of Staf-
ford. Connecticut is know n fur
and wide as the starving wo-
man. She Is thirty-two years
old. and has been starving ever
since the age of seventeen. <)c-
casionatly she takes a sip of
water and eats it few cracker
crumbs, but that is all. Some-
times she goes forty seven days
without food or drink. Although j "' ' ''o*'1
eniacin *d. her general health
is moderath good. All tdb-rts
to account for her inabil t;. to
eat have proved Uiisatisfm t >ry.
To a newspaper correspo.clent
Miss Davi« avow d the • >■ ■!ief
that she wns possessed l*j !i
devil. When sin- said this u
s()asm -iiffened Iter limb-, tit,
joints extending wi1 !i a i it-s
of sllMp . iosiotl. lies lips
turned it i !. and ln*r eye- h a/
ed, to use tin newspaper aatfs
words. "',iKn tin diaiuon i of
hell." Mi-' l.hlV is lie. -1;tI - 'lilt
all her life sin* ha* h'it nn- s .i,
of the evil spirt tempting un-
to every species ofdeviltp . Slit'
is constantly watched. bi;t has ('(1''' | (
never shown a disposition to be
violent as to commit any crime.
York. She had .a home on the
bank of the beautiful Hudson.
She could not bear to stay there
however, alter III'* love .if Iih-
v out !i w as gotu
vv i Ii to -c|| I.
ed it. Co-iv
tdse In* collhl into . ;i-li, .sjii-
took In r money. • am tot 'liii-t
go. and purchased a nice little
house in il residence street in
North Chicago. She was an
artist, and made it a profession.
She wit.- active in church labor
and mission work among poor
children and street girls
Otl the evening of October t'.
1ST I. tin alarm of tire was sound
ed, two and a half miles from
it no thought,
and retired to her nightly rest,
its usua!. In the morning she
saw the (citable smoke, she
heard of u fearful panic, and
wondered if she eoiild aid any
poor soul In going to tin- scene
of the lire. Saturday night sin*
retired, btii ind to sleep, A fore-
boding of evil t rottbieil her. At
11 sh*- arose, opened the hni
ter.s . i ! looked out. Crowds
wet- surging through the street.
Teamsters and drtiytnen were
ye||in,-, lie i were cursing and
wounut wi t • eta ing.
"h you ever saw a dri. ing
snow st rut," • h aid. "and
with that which is extracte«l
from the food we eat. The iiii
I port a ma. of understanding tins.
, wonderful laws and the value of
I a know ledge ••! drink, diet and
before. The tenant had h'fl
a.-dies in it barrel in a back eti
! tr\ hence | he tire, eouseiplellt
l\ the com I <ii it \ bv which it wits .. ,. . ,
th*,„„l r.-rii.-.-il I,; Al 1-1,1.
homeless, with out a lilt!
niojiex, the trial saddened
lild.v lor life, vet she i". oil
human frame, and tln nci
: leatii wliat and how to cut. A
..''molecule ill one tillie resident
( in what we call pork, will al an
i-ii , i i . c other time be absorbed in the
hundreds who passed that fiery '
The Aufogmidi Traffic.
That lively and saucy little
hi, >••<1 known as the "page" in
Congress, is an indefatigable
auiograhph seeker. Hut it is
not for ihe gratification of re
t iuing the signatures of the
members, who keep him con
stnntl.s • kipping about the lloor,
tluil In* bores them for auto
graph*. There is a far more
material satisfaction for him in
ii than that. II>> turns auto
graphs tiend lor money. There-
in consists his principal per
iiui.-ite. The grave and digui
tied Senator, wlto enters the
••liamber be ft ■< re that bod\ is
called to ol del', o| leUlil i IIS ilft el*
adjoiirnnieiit. is a rcadv victim
of the Jiilge. The latter is pio
v ided with :i11 album, which lie
jected Upon the Wold by the
physic power of the forces with-
in the brain the result of which
we recognize as thought. I can
not here enter into this interest-
ing subject; but will give one
illustration. Heboid a beauti-
ful painting! Looking at it in once in a while to see il iIt*
• me sense it is merely a daub tloiir tsgetting low iti the bat n l
of different colored materials ' here is always a stock ot su
upon cans ass, and yet il per «nrand oihergroccrie* on hand
as tin -•• it behooves Ih♦ • people
ol this e..antr\ tos.-riouslv con
siller the subjects ot lefoiesla
ti«>n and tin* protect ion of s oting
Thu Best Wile <u the World.
"I have got tin- very bust wile
in all the world.1' Who said
•his? Her husband, and tin v
hitiI been married ucarley ihiriv
years, lie often says it, or words
to that ellcct. Sin knows bet
|er of course, but how sweet the
words arc to Iter. How thank
fill I llilt lie has (lie lov e of o||e
t rue heart, I rictl. all these years.
When he tells Iter how dear sin-
is to him, she knows he meant
it. every Word She i-; in |oli
gcr pretty or young; bet face
ami form shows th;it she hits
l.oriie her share of the burden
of toil and care: they are farm
ers and not rich; she nursed h<-i
children, and did most of the
housework fm a large fmily,
but has has always had tilings
as Imml\ lot her as she could
never any green word to worrj
her. Ho w ill go in the jiautn
dilde n ui. 11 a ill
wejtl hull g.i v ♦ uo
ea*ilies l|i I'otiu
tin r«M 1 rtind conipn
I ll> e|i:p - i\ i's No
liini, :iud In- unnh
himself with his e i
sooti lie walked I > the fl'olit end
of tin im ;i ml --lood look ing
OUt I lie • lot >r. I t|s( then VV e
weal inio u drift in a cut
Through tin* cnu ks • ,f i hat do- a
cii uie I wo Iri v iug dn "Is , f s,|i >w
that -Irink Mr Da le om on
ell III I CI It e k . W lieu he t IM lied
a round In- w its an obpet lb
looked like .1 siiovv III.Ill Hi-
nt-mill and ears were full II
was in his hair, down thu hack
of his neck; his pocket .
were full ami his *Iuh -.
We were seven llollls behind
time then, and kepi gettin' mote
b liiud iit about the rale of li ft y
minutes to an hour, but we
heard no more cotu|ialints I'toni
that chap. Ii was a terrible
day, but, ms I wcut up and • low u
thecar humming "The snow,
the beautiful siiovv," where lie
could lie,'I I inc. I thought to III V
-••III hat il vv;is he happiest da\
that I had had since tlie • litv I
lg it seems, h
j whole fa mil \ w ill sleep in ii sin
i gle loom, ami tin y don't ret|iiir<
much to out bu coin l.read ain
Tile I'eolis, a* till Me\it all III
liitiis ale called, makeexi client
servants. They are re-oecifu!
obedient, perfectly hi U.est. licit I
and obey i;r (ruction* implicit
! V . Like the Clrn.se thr\ bairn
by imitation, and eldoiu ne I
more thauoiic levin, doing tie
•ilitie tiling o\ei and mei iu 111«-
same way until 'old to iop
The Mi \iciin -tage i. n a a
Wit \ lilt - two ill I V s imc to
hold I lie t .-ins ;t! I , ,•• to do | !|.
whipping Tie- bitter cue.
i bag . .J iotic* to t h1 ■ iw ai
The pi -t.t! s\ •-*i• <11 i - v -rv
pii ini 11 ve A fit l t he al ri\ al • d
every nail a clerk w rites tin
tuinu's 1 li .si-personsb-rwhotu
I .lie letters 1,1 big sin
' is posted tlj> outside I'
Itvei ■ wi.f low h sr.'s 1
• I III.f lei f| | .HI - W.-I n. *
I M It l . H H I
I'll biti ie.
•- a vv i "i
I til 'tl"
tp )' "tl.
t iglr a
ti. u is
< -f ma
uy b 'oks,
1 ^ t 1
11 [ j ( |
• i h*.*r^
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V V t - ; ♦
I 1 ' *
kill 1 * f:
ol I, per
• U iilg.
i I ' A ' 'V
w 11 ae
si If lit
. |j|,. |
1 t. d a.-
t i * d"K
l'P •; tImt
t hi ou
i tie' i
. air <
in m will
t i' w it: * *'
I e|| aci
■ itleii'" : i
.4 Seiislhlc llcptt.
w t >d ;t -
su I hate .
t'i rt tli/.i t
A rathei fa d •
haps has an execution iind fin She still work.s, atitloes lie, Ian iugt)u'wiuti
' -i -■ i. • love -Weetell ' :i
•CI e | lull I'ilte I I'UU 11U i' ol
tin direct .rs vvho liad toigotieii
his pas.s ' ('h ic;i gi• 11erald.
Hill Nye on llulft'r fluking.
Mutter is tin. mature finit oi
the full blow ti cow. It is the
greatest ellori of her lib', I In-
cow toils not, ue11her d>••• • -In
reap, yet 1 nay unlo y un th.il
Soloinoti in ult his glory could
ma be;| f lie) o|| hillld made iii
rat her milk ui;nle butter. I'lli-•
sitl'lh* joke | luive repaired and
11 •' W I \ Upholstered fol Use
full \ covet
lei t .It In
each Hake a burning citnler or it j and a -
shingle, or fly ing cured, th
i't lie cov cr i
of I he Sellilt*.
igmtture is -e
Heretofore, ill their demise,
members -of the Hritish royal
family have been buried in eof
tins covered with crimson vel
vet, with massive silver orna-
ments; but a few years ago.
thing, llieit you can imagine the ' is marked oil* the list. To a
storm of liii that w.a* sweeping iuige who was diligently fitting
over my Iioum and .iwjiy to tie from Senator to Senator, as a
north. bee sipping honey from flower' sires. II we aim to regenerate
(.'losing the shutters, she half j to flower, a Star reporter put the ' hot h soul and body, we must be
dressed hastily. While doing tpicst.ion: "Who employs you ' gin with that thought iipjier
so the bell rang violently and b get these autographs f"
loud thumps were made njioii "Oh lots o1 'em." he replied.
She tlesceiided tin* '"Mostly ladies, but sum men's
ish exciting the admiration of l"v'' -weeteiis the toil,
thousands. The soul of the an *r-saving bin not stingy
tlmr h.as spoken to us through overworked but tLev
spiiit. blood, muscles. Hesh. court a little now am
bones, canvass, brushes and don t lniti Ilietn a bit. and iievei
mint ; tluit is. tin* • oiil luis will, il they live to the age ot
teen compelled to use all these Metllliseh-h Allow un* to il -k
agents to embody a faint ami how tnaiiy of y .m, as y on an-
incomplete external expression growing ohl. think it worili
t.f it> interior and un while to keep on loving your
seen workings. Food iilotie wive* a* you used to in your
does not do ill!; but it pity.s a courtingdny*? Now if you do
part -o iaipot tant a t>. retjuii'e I" ' ai.y body but y out sell w hy
the grita consid rn ioti and not !. «w it. iitnl not be a dia-.-d
re Ciir. 11. The maieiial p.'irt of, b whi-|ier in I Ie-v.,t. of .-i
; niiin receive* largely it impetus
iitnl sustenance fro i t n* lower
element ill the external World.
A gross body demands that
which is coarse and gross to
support it and gratify it* tie
li pltd state.
i if a
when the queen paid her lirst her door ...
vinit to the sepulchre, she ob stairs, opened the door, and two jes' as anxious a* wotntm."
served that the covering had be neighbors stepped iu and urged ( "How much do you get for
cottie ragged and fadetl. and or- her to get her most yaluabh- ii
ders were given that all the cof things together as tpiickly as
litis should at once be placed in possible and have tln tn taken
new oak cases, on top of which to the lake, us that was the only
are the plates and eorouel* on place of safety there was. Her
critnsom cuslons. The late house would b" burned in twen
Duke of Albany lies on a stone ty minutes. Chicago w as ,all
tafde in the center of St . George on fire and no earthly power
chapel vault, with King George, could save it. She sent one man
of Hanover, George III and the foi an express and the other to
packing a trunk While doing
so the Humes crept into an up-
per room from under the eave*.
Presently the first man re
turned breathlessly saying: "I
can't get an express for less
Duke of Kent. The other cof
fins are on shelves ou each side
of the vault. The prince con
serfs coffin was never placed
in the confines of the royal
vault, the queen objecting to
her husband being buried, even than *; oo,"
temporarily, in tin-satin vault "Pay it. then: I ntn-t save
with George IV. I In- task of this trunk." And die gave the
covering all thecolliiis wilh oak money i . him. who ran out and
ease* has Just been completed, soon returned with an cxpres*
— — driver, whose dothes w. re sing
If there were to be any differ- <>d ,(||(, hurm,,,
He took the
ence l>etween ft gir.seduciiiu.ii f runk .and three small bundles,
and a boy s. I slujuhl *ay t m 1w,,tnaii and one of the men,
t.f the two the girl should be awJ -tur|(><1 for )uk,.
earlier led, as her intellect „ last b«d< at le i house.
ripens faster, into deep aintse- ^ t,„. r,„ir a „f
rious iitiil lliut lu'T
liinge of literal un should be not
more but less frivolous, calcu
lattve to add the qualitie- of
ce and seriousness to her
Hume ; and a* far a* s||e culd
see the lurid Heud was licking
up the life of the city «m ••
hand. At tin lake tin
"Six cents .a name
"1* there shnrp competition
in the business i"
"All tin boys take a hand in
it. and we trades all round. If
any boys hasn't got albums to
lill us who h.as hires them to
help, i >h. yes we has to pay
them n cents a name. What i
Do it cheaper than the regain
"Do any of the Senator* ever
refuse to give their autogralisf"
lisketl the reporter.
"Yes. There's Senator
he curses tie- bovs for asking
"And what do you do then?"
"We cusses him back in our
mind-. Hut I got him onc't
When he CUSSed |||C I snid.'Hut,
Senator, this here alfmm's for
v our w ife,' He w rote down his
name. No. t'wasnt for his wife
sure 'miugh. but I made a bet
with some of the boys
thai I'd get his name, so
you sec 1 had !• have it. We
don't make veiy much by get
very ting autographs. Most boys
man don't lill more u one in a session.
most in our minds, make all
else subservient to tie* one pur
pose, ami work out the prob-
lem through every act. even to
eniiug, drinking and thinking.
There is no other healthful sa!
vation, I'sless causes are re
moved or changed, results ind
dent to such causes must follow.
Those who wish to change their
way.* will receive help if tle-v
search diligently for it and a-l<
in the proper spirit. The whole
pit til I do not feel Competent to
point out even if permitted to do
so; but I can offer a few sugges
tion*. /ohar, in Health and
win i I ei o i ing toilet!
side i , -K kne i and it le ■ It.
these siaipin V. u ds; "I ,ov •• on
Martini; \ on ar« verv dear to
tue." Sav them often; it will
give her courage, strength and
cheerfulness. If the good w ife
he unhappy, who m the family
can hi ugh f If she smiles, all
smile iton't work tie- women
ho hard she can't enjoy
anything but rest. Show
your love by actions ;t
well as words and tell io one
you and be well re
paid, for love begets lovi
and consideration begets c.n
sideratioti in marriage as in nay
other condition. I have known
husbands who spoke more
harshly to their w ives than they
would to any ohl tramp w ho
came alotig the mad. Detroit
In Hungary each member of
the Imperial legislative body
receives for every dtlV of tile
Destruction of American Forest*, ••ession about f-.Mo | . sides
ff'Ki jiunmillv for lodgings; in
It has been for some years Austria is about a day dur
iug the session. France pays
her senator* and deputies about
per ;i?iiiiim and traveling
ex ( leftMcff Melgililll. ♦Ma month
during the session; Norway,
apparent that the I nitetl States
supply of timber must fail at
nodistant d.av. unless -one- con
cerietl nieustir* « are taken for
growing new forests or in some
way preserving the old. Th"
present condition of the lumber
ing business will be understood
from the following facts, pub
tr.nn :i cow in a
i. unite ;i irick
lo w in hi r confidence so ) hat she
w ill y ield It up I •> a tolal trim
ge| , I I : ice -I -llgllt to WOO I lie
lacteaI li a el 11 oiu i lc mi Ik re
tort of ii largi -p. ■ ■ 1.1«-d cow toj
whom 1 wa* a compaiiii
slrnngei She vv;i u I one ol
I In > '■ bl odd I cow s t Inn look
its though they had be.-n cut out J
licet of paper vv iih it pair j
is .! • She Wit .i low cow
\s ii Ii c ai • ins! i 114t. In "I'll i.. ob
scurily I !• r boov w.a low .
I hi i -de wore lier t.t i I I: tt 11 and
was haughty oh, h m. hty
The Volillg ma II W ho hit o lill he I
to iicipiired i lie milk I'l*nn l hi
cow desili'd olie eli llitlg lo hie
him itw ay oi it neiguboriii;.' il
I age, v In-te |,. niighl t rip tin
light bombastic toe till the we.-!
uta' hour* ji v ent iln twa'.
I^uot at ions from .a poel win.
was ;i poor speller.) lie wjtni. d
me lo milk Ins large, -peckh d
plebiiili - ow, and I sii'nl I would
I'lie movement was certainly
ill advised I under) im>k h> <t< •
-.ii ;is I had agreed, but failed
I-1 roin ih< moment I catered ln-i
tall and made a < ouiuion place
remark to her, 1 knew our m
ijuaintance would not iead to a
Wiit'tu at tiichmeiii. Somehow I
felt constrained and uneji- y in
her ociety ftom the moment w>
m> t until ho ing friends pub* I
me out through the stable w in
dow and brought un- buck !■>
conscious ties- 1 shall III",. I
undertake to tuilk a strangi
cow again until the sign i- i ight
So far tin* -ign has not been
I Ullgflt be se 111 Oil il polar e\
p' dnnut and get stranded on
an i- . burg, wiih uo i thet alter
nation but to milk a cow or eat
.an ohl friend, but I should hale
girl, Hualty deiadod t'o
her :i toitnal idler *.| |t ham
and In h i .all he w ;isi vv. <11 h
ami I heti In It. • peiI : o be i ml nl
ed iu soiim !ov r like demons' r
ti• >u. the lady being ,• > I m i oi•
Iv iihtiHerein in Ina inanuei i
lb- am ibilled this to maiden
I V ft se|-V c. t"l it IC'V CI t.CCIll i d
to liiiu I hat she w a-> not in h.v
w it h him
lb' caulioiisty prefaced hi
lecliii.ation w ith a few ipn
lions, foi he had no int. nti.-a
of "throw ing himself awuy
Did s||e love || i III Well e 11 ■ •, i. Il
to Ii\ e iu ii cottage with him
Was die a good c.iok'iim! in,a.
agi i * Did - It.- ihink it .a ..it'
Iu) v to ma he Inuin happy
V\" ill I I s||e consult Ili* I i, ■ 11 ■
and wishes concerning her a
.ociates and pur nil in lite'
W.a In ecofi''iniciil ' I'oiihl
*hi • make her own •• i. | he• . etc '
I'lie \ "Hug lady said thal I>• Im e
• h>- an vv ered ins tpn t <■ -ns|i,
would if.sine II i til of some lie-
alive v irt II' she p. ..--Messed
s)|i never drank m -ae.i.ed,
lleV e| owed it bill to lil'l 1, l
di'-ss in tailor, in-.ei stavedon!
a 11 night play in: bilIiai d -. n .
er loiingod on i h pier and i-,;!<d
giddy girl*, ue, r iudulgi d <n
w iue Sllpp' l •
"Now s;iid *he, 11 int in-
dignant!'. . "'I am assured by
those w ho know, that y >ni do ail
I hose i hi i,g- .and it i - rat h r
absurd I'ol you I ■ V peel ;i!
v irttie • in an' vv hi! y ou do
IOSM • i I i \ of lietn y oil I e
I can m v.->
f. t menu
V cofl' sj.oiiilen
I'.ilgbllld |- .11.41. I
where the land i ac
luiueiill i lie II I
f>"SiL'■ fear 'of bl.ai .v
.111.!11 ir\ 11
t o|| bf.-n
ti the bil ,it
c | hell ii
'• li ol till!
diouhi be t'i
■ i in.
• ti ty
e | «'t
• I il
I . s ]
sold I 'li e ■ lei -
\ mei ican tu e. • I
whi' ti i
y.t pa i<
tin 11. h to itu
I,o ii•• \1 •-.tteal
.\ Haiti < Mi
i; n .
iody • all d> ■ I in
elM'Ugll. \\ It..1
III tele, led i|| Is
" N\ hat I lit
•ayis* an • • ■ ha
coVery o| a -oc
abi ;i man i>> ii
ou ;t • lunch o
bv - i ill
i. •. ph v
a ■* !.
( Id |
I 'hi l<
in o t
III tile VV o . I
mat . I y I'r.d
ed.il I he |
I I"'' !l''
be V i ill I W il'e
• bow< | him
I. I'll til'' • ill. ' I
lc i ;i vvi i i ilau
t ai ii. p
Checking the Wtniunn-
he illi. I ! I i'l o I
patitgiiij li in a |• a|
e l iu tliut t iritia v
• If rs t am I that (wo Mi.in.on m
-ioiiacie iiie tin . eliing ihiotigii
this section seei. ins whom th *y
limy devom I Irs thing inn t
.top We warn I In- w i Icln • •
gel out II • f'ilM a i licit !•• vv , I
carry thai, for iI tin-;, don : i!
-,v ill b W r te fol llli'lu We
dtm l any want M«a iiem- i'-n >
busitie-j in oni and vv.* w
have i. There
good cold lead I
oki peoph , ilfb
been told to
ranch We nr>
IlilV e st II tllp toes
I ucle .liliimv
i. j ', i
H i nn
b ■ 11
'o 11 ■'
a '' w
about IM.Ho a day and traveling to tackle the cow, unless the
expenseH; Portugal. per friend was it very old friend, in
dii tn. Members of the ('ana
diun I'arliaun in receive, for
llshed by the st Paul Pioneer ♦*v r) sesstott lasting over u
i,atlence and seriousness to her ,jroV). i,ltu t|„. vsat,M. ,h p.-ited H it I do. und there * one boy
natural poignancy of thought tj)t. trunk therein and laid the made nearly # 5o las? ou
and vtuh*neiw of wit; and also bur|,iI(,H
it. then the iwo Phere's two oi three other Sena
t L ill tiiwl lilll'ii • . • L 4L.4 I 1. .1,1 «fi .1
l'i"ss. and based on the obser
vati. ns of Mr. .fames f/ntle, a
lumber merchant of Montreal,
w ho has Ionic studied the sub
ject: —Of the twenty six State*
comprising the New England,
Middle. Western and North-
western, t< the
month. ♦l.iKxiand traveling
penses; Vl-Xh •o allows the mom
bef - of bolh 1 'm|ses ♦o.oimi p -r
annum; tin ,.r. itln Republic
even goes a* high a* A:t..' m.;
and in the f'riitwi States, both
seiiat«>r* and ttieuil>ers of the
house of representatives receive
Idfe in Xexirw.
7o keep her in a lofty and pure aJlVvl'Vwa^b'aviiit the wt>nmn tor- besides Ihe one I tobl you tains, only four are now able to unnuallv. with mileage at
dement o|dhoti^ht.-jtuhkin. X sh.rre to watch ami about that don't like_to he both furnish lumber-upplh s beyond 90 .'..ill* V r mlk.
Temple Houston,the youngest pray
ftefl*i >r At thecatiltal. vet more and •
1ex jinv of his colleavrues. buildings by the lake's edge gotd humor. # is almost of her pile
Su.i, he is th.1' peo- The heat was iuten-e; to save — "V ? ','i"''r.'hS. rtv'
■ Beauty is often but a cloak go to the head waiters of then;.
nn the shore to watch and about that aoit t llKe to r e hotn mriiwti lumner supplies twyona
\v Others were there : men ered. but we generally manage their own mjuirements. the four
f wone n were in the water. U git 'em. We watche* otir being Maine. Michigan. Minm-
e flaunt* were item ing the ol-atices ami catcher 'em in a sota and Wisconsin. But Maine
W In n y ou hire ;t servant ill
Mexico, it i* evpecti d that hi*
.or her entire family will reside
with you. The husband of your
cook may be a shoemaker, or it
lui'-kman. or 11 saloon keeper,
but when his day's duty is done
he goes to the iioum* where his
wife i« living, deeps then , ami
takes his meals at your table;
Senator Bell'* bill amending and tie- lame rule applies to
the Jury law is in the right dl children. You may hire achate
rectum. It provides flint no b< rmaitl. and Isiard her hus*
Bpor shall be rejeeted because band ai d eleven children. Then
ha.* reml newspaiM'r accounts Is no al'ernative: no evasion of
: . i.„ i- l,(. The . * , intense- to save tunti*) nnti miinrnii'-ii iitte: w J1"'" - • •"■ •' .1' ' ' t -......
her life she trust gt into the Beatify i* ofb-n but a cloak go to the head wafers of the rlv- he has reml newspaiM-r accounts Is no alternative; no evasion of basia. a
.it-itJTZl v.. ii'ift tiC
This systoui i not ih expensive self lu n '«dl.
Ulir dent illy, loe of I he ow I < m
day ii happy th night c-nin to
lillii lb' took tlown hi- scy t tic
and all ore long summer aft i
noon play etl ii symphony up.-n
11 with all old I'lue vv het I■ >it .
When he finished t: wa of i.1
/ol edge keenness Pla« hil 111e
ladder against tin chicken
llotise he liaih'd til'' r. ylhe lligli
aloft, its keen edge sky Will 1 a
most iuv iting resting place I h-
old gentleman had cahiihiied
rightly, and half a hatful of
owls' toes wen? found Utldei the
scythe. This continued for set
oral day s, ii fresh crop rewaril
ing the early riser each morn
iug. Today .all the elderly
t'ike town ship owIs re di-ein
guisle'd by their stump toes.
A gardener leceutly commit
ted suicide in laiglaud alier a
seris of extraordinary attempts.
First In* jump *d from a win low,
next he irieo toinnig hiuisei, ro
a tree, then he lacerated his
throat with pieces of broken
busin. iind tluallv he etfecled
hi* pitt po-e by drow uiug h.m-
t i 11 t
• I e
h r I
• ■ I i. i* h l lc i
> i . >at m a
with shot i
i - • t ■
ca « ; i
novel w,.y foi
for winter use.
jjhe l^ie: l- • (Ie
tightly • --iitwi
tie*v are pine--
Ct>n Ml < «i,i lit*
iih iretlyfts w
at e l a
g cg5s «
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