Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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PARSONS BOITLING WORKS
C. G. PARSONS Proprietory 00 UltYAN TEXAS.
Enlrtd Rfl t tod and JCquljipad alta
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
PUKE WHOLESOME AND IlIOll (iKADE SODAWATER
AU Flor Wtaol-aal b4 IMail. Ineludlr.
Gincrr Ale Cherry and Celcrv Phosphate Peppo-Plnte Root
Hecr Iron-lkevv Sclttr ami Mineral Water.
Crown Cork Hy.ts-.' Hutchinson sad Cor--Sioprrsd'.Uuod..ln flat .nd'quiru.
"Vtmot cleanllne. and uniform quality of inod prompt snd correct avnrtr.
to ona al.d a.l.
Respectfully nolicit the trade of Bryan ami Mirroumlini; territory.
W " ' lIMirK
J. V. BATTS
AW ttatt Agtni.
HtTt la one the only set of ssstrso
book of Bnios county land title.
South half of Mock near Allen
Academy. Price lots'.
About ore and one-quarter aerea
near chi. limn lit southeast part
jftjwn. hi. .nil ... cottage tenant
house an J well on premise. Price
Bix roirn hou. ami two lot of
-ind located four Mock from
M. Htr t. Hnck clatem on pre-
tdIim. Price Wa).
One rjuiirter Mock mar Allen Aca-
demy. Kant front. Pries fJW.m).
75 fiet front on Railroad itcetout
Otto Hochine ' property. Will
lU part or all.
Lot mar school house at 6l"0
Alio other city property"
I have taken charge ot the
mail service from IJryan to Madi-
ionville ami have put'on good
From fir) an to Mdlonrlll XTh" patront
ot U f ubho ri'i-rifullr rquclfd. Lrar
C41U or itnMii with tha undi-mlgnsd or at
th Poi ill . .
S. V. Buchanan.
JlWaU rrd la carte on train Irum
Inaa t' Memphis M. I mils and
luanic iights nd uns
DINING AND SILLPING CARS.
THE ONLY LINE
NORTH and CAST
DINING CAR SERVICE.
J. C.LtWI.Ta.u -. ".
H. C. TOWNItND
tta-r.ra TieatT satst. at louie.
has re-opcncJ his
and lias a full stock nf jjo'-Jh in
his lino. Will take otJVrs fnr
delivery of OYSlfcl-SanJHSH
for IHANKSfilVINCi anJ
gnarimtec g(HJ icoikIs anJ per-
fect satiM anion.
I'p III a lilt! Vermont town they tell
a story f an ol.l muse. She was the
kin. I f nn ol.l nurse to he found In
small town who collies after IllUi II
urging to teml" a raw ami who La
many Salrcy Oatnp peculiarities.
Mis Sally an she was ralli'd. w
Imllleeil in come to tl.e Imiiw of the
ulik man iiihI tiike eliarse. She
inoveil In -coll pin li.itcll of atareliiil
i pre UK. Wiutllm.' an. I nil.
After the v'imm! en'Mlnre hail seen the
rase tliroti'li nhe n to the iloctor.
"1.k-. kin 1 take my toll?"
"Wliaf that. Sally?" iifUe.l the vlw't-
llitf iliy!rlan lm li i 1 come from the
capital rlty im-l m nniii-e.l nixl n lit-
tle Irritatfl ! the ol.l woman' m way.
i iiii-aii th.' mr.li.-iiie" fa 1.1 the
jiurw r.uii'!.u i i.'ly.
"Tlie inn!!. Il.r!" r. hllme.l the rlix1-
1T. 'What ok r .rtli h yoii want with
the Itir.hrllie: "
No fifth whrrl t.i a v. :r:.i!i n evi-r
limre reluniaiil imiu irli hot iin.li-
ellie. "I It In me !n 1 " r.-f V.-.l Hie ol.l
woman lonl.v. "in.l i'.- tt I z It out
cxvasloiially when t!.i r.- ain't no rliH lor
The vKtln' !!-'''in ro:irel with
l.lUL-htiT. hut olTeil ih'HIi w lien the
.t.iry t.f .M S.illy'H "Ji:.-" m-Mlrlne
w:n e I:il:n ! I I I m. Th:it th. re were
not more vlrtim to l r tmhi'ie mnh-
o.U of i tire wan n tnyitery. New York
"Dyspensla would tin loner he fho
tintloiial d!wae. In Aimrha If the tx-o-
ple of the it.imiry woiih! n.lopt n plain j
illet r.lm!l.ir t that of Norway oixl
HwihIi-ii. 'iotit it unknown iimoin: 1
Swel. nml Norwrnlamt. nnl the Ty
eln-rk ntxl rhar eomileioti of the ;
yc.uti peoj le of thow imntrlen re ;
the result of t!n hlmple f'"l the hll- i
ilren rat." the l" lilt.nl Stated entiaul lit I
P.erk'en N'. rwny. mivh. "Hot r.lU nti.l
w hite l r a. I nr ran ly n u In Sweden.
Kli a.'ktr.Mle. or hard Inad. H the
fitaml.ird nrth'le of f.-nl. It li made of
irnmmi ttiHn nnd rye. Thi re l no ja-aft
III the l.read. and It la rolled Into thin
. wafer wl.l. h arc l.nkrd and hiini: up
wIkto they will keep p.rf.rtly dry.
Hwrd.a rat thia hrrad and drink milk
! f..r two in. al a day and have one m.'iil
tit whh h thry :it meat nnd potat.a-a.
Sweets are olnnt unknown ('hlhlnii
lire allowed to eat candy only on hl.tte
I'rrtlr Mich Anlhnrllr.
Cetlrral W llillrld S- ott. the li'TO of
the Me.eau war. i 1 U m-rn-tary for I
bll Id eorrefponde private a well 1
UN olth lal. I Mire. Ill the nhwlire of hi
iierrei a ry l.e undertook to write an or-
der for the tratfrrrlm; of pr'-
Xlslolis and hprlhd "w :i..n""W a k't'oli."
r.al r. the h. i r I iry in lookim; tlin.iili
the xnrloin m.-moraiula it. v. found
the order and "I. I. t. d the error.
ii lieral." he 11 ! "1 llff.lln.V. "h.V
what auM.orliy do y m ! U wiuou'
w Hli a dolit.le 'u' V"
Seott ieer turned a l.nlr a he re-
plied w ithout a mom. h!'h lie-itation:
It v what anthorliy? P.y the uu-
thorlty of the major nerat rouniiaud-
Im; the armies of the Tinted Stale
kir: What Uttrr authority do you
aiamlarila of Mraaarrmral
The "fi.t" I limned from th
lenttli of that ineinber In a fu!lkron
man. Some Miy that It xtn called o
from tin- lintli of the foot of a cer-
tain Publish kllik'. hut It 1 bellev.-d
to have be.il a standard of mciiKitfc-
ment anionic the am-lent Kiryptlans.
The cubit I from the laitln rubltua
an elhow nml I the distance from the
elbow to the cud of the middle (Inner.
Path. .in la front the Aryan ful to
extend nnd denote the distance from
tip to tip of the flmrer when tha
a nn a of nn average nixed muu are fully
DlaMOMd t'a4r Water.
An Imitation diamond la never ao
brilliant a n teiiulm stone. If your
I eye I not rH-rletuvil enouich to de-
tift the difference a xery simple test
I la to place the stone umh r water. The
Imitation . stone 1 peart! ally ntln-
' Kulslinl. wh I.- a t. iiiiini' tllamontl
' rparkhs eteu uinhr water and Is tlia-
! tln.-tly visible. Win n iible place ii
i fenulnc stone beside the possible lull-
' tatlon under water and (he contrast
w ill be appaii nt to the b ast cxperl-
need i j i s.
n Irish llallri.n.l I'linlf
A Santa Pe roiiducior on a I.o An-
ttlr train told a reporter of the Sau
P.rninrdino Sun that hi tialidf.ithrr
rcineltibertd a slk'n which was erected
nt n ("cut on a double track railroad
In Inland to the tiVtrt that "it hen two
train meet here tin y must come to u
ktati.lHl.il until liny huto passed CiicU
I.I fa at !.
A mvut writer on Holland's Uuou
wutiTlmr pl-tre M; "At Keheveulnir-
eu If you wuti to ke away from the
cnind aiiluirl) and eat anionic the old
fuMiloned folk of the lUlilnc v Illume the
people of that liiterentlmc 'dorp' will
t.-Me you a delicious tireakfnat. the
itaple it w hlcli will I wft rye bread
frr-li I'uit.r of tint tlueft iunl;ty nml
Incomparalde Jierrim;. If oti want a
real I muli luneh. It will coualHt of rye
tread and rli. with a Ihhh of ri li
milk. The milk ha Home etirli.ua and
plrtnres.ue asMirl.it loii. In the early
mornliu' -iialn If you ke-i to the old
quarter - you will we the tloj;. w hicU
lire universal heaNta of hurdeii In the
NethellaniK dniu'liu the little milk
cart. I he harrel are brightly painted
nnd are mounted with chinlm' hri-.
And. while the itiilk carta nre i:o!iiii
round the maidi-neiiernlly plump and
Hwad.ll.il In manifold skirt which
t;lve them the axpert of nhiiortnal latitude-are
luistliiis' a I ut with the pail
and mop and that Vlar.eii spuit' w hit U
U one of the most rherished of lmtrll
domrstle liistlluluiiis. It la a treat
brass .uiit w ith whu h window a and
uliUtUTa are i aieri tically Hlulrrd."
Thf Cua.luetnr'a llalna.
AreordiliC ' ""' Investltatlolia of a
I'renrhl.iaii the rre.lit of Invent im; the
roii'lu. t..r' baton doiiKH to lailly. the
oiiHiser u Im eventually had r:iu-e to
rvTet hi Inxelilam. Itefore lie adopted
the l.atoii roiidii. tor wa re In the habit
of poundim; mi the tl.sir Willi their
fnt or i l.i plm; their band to mark
the time. I.ully found It wearisome to
k.s p hi f.ait ronstautly In motion and
no used a stick to strike the II.ht and
I flit time. He u-'d a s.le n f.et
lolik'. 'ne day he brought down the
pole w ith hiieli for. e that It stru. k hi
f.a.t and made a d.i p wound lie paid
no attention to the matter. The wound
rrrw worse und ultimately rails. d hi
After hi time conductor tried more
nml more to Improve the baton and It
wn ultimately brought to Ita prewtit
Th Trlrkr t'.
A reiitlemau while liuutlliz t.ear a
rlvrr ou winter day aw a f.n run
nut on the lee and make nt full sihI
lor an openlni; In the Ire wti.re me
rushlm; water of the river could bo
plainly wen from the bank. aa the
Scotsman. At the ed'e he stopped.
Iliriie.1. foil .wed 1.1 tiatk bark to the
bank and then rail mine distant e down
the stream and nat there. Soon a do
came crnslilni; out if the wtssl. bay-
lim IliH ly. hot on the fox' trail. Now.
dv' when on a ihaso of th! kind
trut alni'ist ei.tir. ly to their nose.
Tl.l one wn no xecptloii. He ran
nlonc the Ire. head down and when
he reached the hole he rollld I...I stop
but plaiu'. d Into the wat.r and d.sap-(H-ared
forever. Then the f..x trotted
away with every ii-ti of satlsfa. tl.-u.
atapld Husband of m ilrd Hnarr.
Catalan!'! li i: I ;t u-1. a handsome
Preiicht.iau wa eM n more utiinlt liee-
tual than hi wif he wa ktupld.
One la im: found the pitt ii of the
piano t.i l.i.h. she saitl aft.T the re-
hearsal to h.r Lushniid: "The piano la
too hl-li. U.ll JnU e' that it I made
lower before the Oil:. ! It ;''
When the evening eanie. fatal. ml
wa nnic'tid to hlid tiiat the .mo had
md been nit- r.d. IIt husband s. nt for
the tar.. nt.T. who tie. hired that be
bad sawed o.T two in. In fr an a. ii
lei.' II he had bull ordered t do.
"Sur. ly it can't be too h!!i now my
dear:'' raid the stupid husl.Ji.J ith-
Thr 4 ana of Ilia .rlrf.
Tl.e dai.r of jphiinliu' nil one'
trouble Is Illustrated by an Incld. nt
from t'hun.. A kind h.iirt.d old K'li-
tlcii. iii had found a small bo.v IT) ili'
and stopped to we what was the mat-
ter. "Why are juil trjin.'. my l.::le lad'.'"
-i:.h..:" said the boj. ' T. 'ly Well
hit im-. an' father lot me ause I hi
I!.!ly hit me nn' It.lly W.K bit In-
lie : I M berniise 1 told fatlnr. all' liovv
father "II hit tile atulil b..iiu Hilly
Wilia hit me the wt-oud time."
A sailor.' r'lah Tral.
Sailor have a very sluiplo anil what
la said to be a very rffcctlte way of
detrrmliiltiK the etllhle or noiietllblti
iualille of any new vurietle of flsli
they may happen to run a. ros. In the
water lu which the flsli Is boiled la
placed a brlk'ht tllver coin. If the coin
retain lla natural color dur'm; the boil-
ing proreaa the fi"h I K'l to eat. but
If It turna dark the food la rejected.
N Taaaa Far lllm l (omplala.
"Sss here!" reniurketl the jjueat to
tha new waiter. "There doesn't aeeui
to be any soup on this menu card.''
"Oh no air" replied the waiter
nervously. "I didn't spill It at thia
table; It waa the one on the other aide
of the ruu." Cincinnati Commercial
A l.o Wall.
Physician ihs.klnn Into his anteroom
where a number of patients are xvalt-
Ilik'i-Who haa been waiting the loll-
Ki'M? i Tailor (who ha cnllod to present Id
! bllll-l have. d.Mtor. I dtlltered the
! clothe to you three years lito.
XXhrs tl r llrallf aa'l llrnmr Tkrm.
Soiiietlinea III our more b.. rant and
foi'k'ltlnk' iiiihmI xve don't blame p.i'pl.)
for what they do. At the same time
we cannot help but feci that they
outht to have had more st use in. II-
Patron -When was this
WalterWo don't fnrnlHh date xvdh
rhlrkeiis. sir. Only hi cud and butter.
("arloalilva ( blrevrls.
One of the great it Jvantaifra of glyc-
erin lu Ita i -besiilenl employment la tha
fart that It iii'llher freexea nor cvnp-
orntea under any ordinary ti'tiiM-rnture.
No H-rei'ptlble lo by evaporation haa
bu ill tiftitl at a teuiM-ratur lesa
than ilefrti- IV. but if heated In-
tenwly It t.s ouiswa with a amell that
few- person rind theinsrlvea able to en-
dure. It bum with u pale tltiiue ahu-
ll. ir to that from nlrohol. If heated to
nls-ait '' il.ur.in and then United
lis mine vaporntlve iiiulltle make the
eomHiuml of in id It Use a a vehicle
for hol.liiu; pIl.mii. 'lit ami color n in
ktiiiuplui; and typewriter ribUiu car-
bon papi-r and the like.
If the pure flyrcrln le rxtl for
a lon time to a fnt rlm; temi rature.
It crylallli' with the nppcaranro of
mitfar candy but these iT)atul Ndm;
mice in. 1 1 rt I it Im almost an luipoasil'll-
Ity to .t them a ci I u Into the etui-
;ertlnl state. If a liltle water I' added
to the iMvcrrin. no rrWalll-itlon will
take place. thoiik'U Under II sillllri. lit
decree of cold the water Will acptirnte
and form crystal nuild which tin
glycerin will remain In It natural state
of tluidity. If suddenly Mlhjectrd to
Int. aire cohl pin r k'l.icerlu will form
a tummy mas which cannot lie en-
tirely hardened or crystallized. Alto-
fclhrr it I mute n pceiiliar Mjbstanre.
tin I he ( nriivl.
The London chronicle In an arti-
cle critlrisiii a Mipul.ir bik say.
nproNi of the I'Vpn ssloii "on the car-
pd." whlt'll I used In the Issik:
"On the carH't" ni;a In. Wlllmut nny
wish to charge so brilliant an uuthor
With the ofTrlisca of her tilllr. we are
compt'lletl to obs. rve lu the same l'k
that absurd rarpet spread once more
for the discussion of nlTair. "I-c tapl."
on whl.li thlm: hate t.tn talki-d
over In I'reucli l.trrature. Is neetl we
'aay. lint u carpet but II table cover
j lu fact the kTccii bal.e table cover of
diplomatic convisatioii. m that lire
'laid the paper the protocol. A tapl
1 1 a carpet only when It cover the
itl.Hir. P.i per hank-tut: are calletl ta-
I pisserlt" but even the Hn:lls!i haste
I til I'll! le-l.Ue. with a ii c v e to tualut-
' lies the Idiom of the stranger ha
not letl our author to speak of car-
'prtilik' Prelirll wall. Would that
j"Junip to the eve" ami "It k'oc with-
out uyim:" mlk'ht be ailppressed for-i-vtr
In Publish; but. ut any rate they
are corrt transiatloli whereas "on
the carpel" 1 Hot.
The Itollkholsir. that ipUciT Kllsslall
wt In Canada arc vc'ctailau of the
tlrst wat.r. A writer in the Outba.k
nays: "III f the few Plik'H.-h Word
tiny know I Vrease.' and upon my of-
ferim; tlni.i any f.ssl bread fur In-
stance they Would look at It suspi-
ciously and lii'iuire 'ilrease':' Tiny
Were afraid that laid or tallow mUht
hate lien ue.l In making the briad.
ntnl. If so. tiny would not nt It. Suue
of the lad. an do not tare to hate the
I oiikhoUir vis I th. in a tiny are re-
tarded n '.lUetr.' nnd 1 bate nvti a
Crt Iniliun wave an iippn-ai hlnc
!oiikhols.r away by hoi. Hue up a
piece of balm. k 111 front of hi tent
with a drprccntliijj Ki-sture and the
word 'Cn aw:'"
A I amllr ( Mlrda.
The wife of a Mtthmllst minister In
West Iri-iiila has been marrletl thne
t.ine. sa)s all cxrhinik'e- H r maiih II
l.ame wa Paitridk-e. In T tlrst hil-
bairl xta nam. d lloblli her srriiiid
Vjcirrow. and the present one' name
Is i.i. i.it In. Th. re are now two jouiu;
1 p.ibiu. one Sparrow and three l.tth'
'ijiiajl. lu the family. ne trandfa-
tlnr wa a Sitami. and another via a
. J.iy but he Is thad and iiotv a bird of
i parol They lite III llawk iniiiue.
l:.:.'.'ii!!r Canary Island and the fel
low who writes th! article I a l.t re
bird and an Interested relative of the
Aol lhf Ham lrlIUe.
Paali il:iM.ses obligation but it also
brings a i-it.iiu freed. nn from restric-
tion that bind the humble. A man of
ilit. iary aspiration xt ho had hi way
I yet to make In the World wrote a poem.
which lie mibinltti-d to hla xtlfe before
hen. I nt' It out for publication.
"Why. Henry." she said on looking
It oxer "you hate made 'hundred'
rhyme with 'on ward.' "
"That' nil rlkht." he replied. "Ten-
nyson did It."
"Ye." njoinetl Id wife. "Tenuy-
ami could do uch a thlii but yon
Crldaa lltiwa fa Kaalaraa.
Mlstrisa (in new aerva nt) There are
two tilings Mary about which I am
very purtlculur. They are trutufuluraa
and ob.-dij net-.
Mary Yca'm and when you tell uio
to say you're not lu w hen a mtsoii calls
that you don't wish to we which la It
to be muni- truthfulneaa or obedleuce?
-Illinois Slate Kctlster.
Wllllaa la It 1aal.
Willie (who hus enten hla apple)
Mabel let's play Ads m and Kve. You
be I'vi. and I'll la Ailam.
' il 1 1 Now ymi tempt me to eat
your apple and I'll ir've xvay to tvuip-
A ( arrfnl Womaa.
Mr. Causslp-I sup-' you're cnn-
ful to make jour husband ti ll you ev-
erytlilnk' t liat happens to him.
Mrs. Stroiitmlnd - I'.etter than that;
I'm careful to si that iiolhlui; hap-
pens to liliu.- Phlladi Iphin I'n ss.
The shortest pisiple lu FuroM nre the
Laplanders. The hcikht o( the Mcii
nteriiKis I feet 11 liichc und the
lleltht of tl.e Women two lliehr lesa.
Nearly all the silk of Spain la pro-
duced III the prot lure of Mlllrla.
LIKE TO BE YOUNQ AGAIN?
Vaaf Wll. Ilrr. la Mas !Vaa
Muald llalbrr ! I:raar4.
"We all aay that we'd like to txt
youm; n'aiii. but I doubt If we really
Clean It." atita Harvey Sutliei land In
Alnsl.v'. "We'll like to hme a jrwal
bealtli u we hail when we cast our
flint vote mid we'll like It If We dldu't
hatu to visit the dentist so often ami
an ei'iisltely. I '.nt If It came to t'm
point that te t' lill bounced out be-
fore u and sulkily tmwlcil: 'What la
your wish? I will oU-y. nnd the oth-
er slate of the lamp' I fancy we
bliould study ipilte aw hile with many
a 'Why-a u let me we now' l'f.ie
we plucked up the ciniriis'o to blurt
nut 'Maku me twenty one iik'nln.'
"Ihiause you know ymi haven't
any too much nnise now with nil
your experience of the world nml If
you were twenty one ntalu It would
have to be In mind u well na In btsly.
The mliiil la xt hat the Issly la. It
a. fin a teirilde prlc to pay for a
in -w srt of trrlh aiitl an tiii.lis. rliiiliiat-
liii; np-tlte. What? To walk ntalu
that Weary tol'tUulIM road; to discover
lik'aln how many kind of a fool und
failure one can be and Hot half try
cither; to have In take ottr ntaln all
thow term of old Profesaor Pt-rl-cii.e?
Huh uh! Not for me. Yon
may If you like. Pten If I could aturt
nnetv with what I have learned of
life which would come far short of
what I should really need. It acvm to
me that It would l n bore to have to
hit thnuuli the performance nirnln.
1 aupKiw If ever there wit a auecca
ful man a limky man. It wna Martin
Luther nnd y t Xthcn the i lectreaa
of Itraii.lent.iirk' Wlahed bllll forty
more birthdava lie told her be Would
aiNUier tlte up etiry hope of liravcn
he had than spend forty year more on
enrttl. To be aure he would have had
to spend t lii'iii In Ci-rmaiiy but thai
EPIGRAMS IN DIALOGUE.
The follotvim; "Niu-iuet" la plcketl
from various pl.ijs aurrisful ami uth
N othltii; ran work aurh bavoe a
fool.-"Sowlntf the Wind."
We inny scale a inoiiiitaln only to
trip over a tuole hill. "t'uecn'a Favor-
ite." Thoo who wait for other men'
hoc must trend pin.hljr aotiietluiea.
Life's l l.e ba.rarat. Chatirn cite
the tards. We only 'luy what's dealt
u. "John iMinford. M. P."
Joy J .y one cannot touch Joy every
day. one must take things at they
ure. "Pclli ita and Mi llraiid.-."
Wrlukba. ymi know my dear ara
the diary if ; xtoinali'a l.fe In cipher.
"11. a Pvrrlli-m y the oil i Tlior."
In n tioiian's w..id b's.k 'I hate
yo.i" often mem. a "I I se you." That'a
wortli reiiieiiibi rini. "1 ho Til ins-
tant." Pad. a. like bill of etrhante. ar al-
lotted a little truce nml. uul.ke bill of
en hance are murli pleatuinter to inert.
'11. r Ow n pltal."
I suppose hoiicstx'a l.ke the gout. t
run In ertaln f.niiilh s f.T sevrrnl f'n-
ration and thru It skip a t.-iit ra-
tion. -"The Ib.k'Uc' Cetnedy."
I'll. Isn't llnre one perfect World out
of all the million. Just one. where
en rythi! i; t' ri-'bt and f.ddlea n.-v-r
tit out of tune?-' Tint M.iS'lU. rad.r."
An l'ir a llala.
"In n k" n rnl way 1 approve of
rain." -.vd He grun.py pt roii when
he learl.itl home aft.T a dreiiehil t-
"II. ei are n linethliu when tiny come
tl.ciiiily nml In fd order"-n tn
plac -d hi umbttll.1 win re it w.uild
ill. the p.arlT enrja-t -"but I want
to to on ri r l ri.ht now" r- i iotlnij
l.t s-.ts'.v i.ftv l.at and saturat.d coat -"a
de. hiring I am i pp i-d to these
rain that bt-kln mi tie day before ti--tel.
lay in.. I keep coming" k'a.ii.k' nt hi
i-Ui.t dollar trousers which r embl. d
d.s-.is. "It wouldn't be so bad." he
n -ti i ii .1 a l.e took hi shot off and
Id the xt ater run out. "If It rained
Ktralk'ht down but when It rain xlk'-
xa' and up nnd cnisnlse and mtncnr-
In rs It's tune to protest. A tl"d tast.-d
day like thl has no rlk'ht to be on the
calendar"- and so on until he ft to
Thr Mualaltora Kamllf.
The late Sir Mow Motitetlore the
"trand old man" of the Jew tha inl-
ern Most a brliu'liiK thousands ami tcua
of thousnml out of IxMiilnite and (over-
ty Into the land if pence ami plenty
and really he had hi rew ard rounding
out hla century In fl.na hte. hla spir-
itual eye not dimmed nor hla natural
atreiiKth nbntcd wa ome tnnntetl
with Iwltor n tlescemlMlit of the murder-
Uer of Christ. He said nothing at the
time but called on III accuser next
day with n chart of hi Milltrec show-
Ink' that the home of hla forbears the
"ol.l homestead." bail been In Spain for
oxer 'J.isxi year. alMttit !Si yenra Ix fora
Christ xvaa Itorn. New York Print.
Waaa't l.ii.iklna Knr That Hal.
Superintendent of the Itallrond Com-pany-So
ymi want a Job n fireman
Siiperlnteii. lent -I'll have to ask you
a few iiie stums. How far la It to tha
Applnaiit-(n e xvhl.! If you're to-
la k' to put nn.' on that line. I don't
want the Job.-Indianapolis New.
"Harry I supixisn you keep a cash
"No. I'ncle ;eori;e. I haven't R"t ao
far n that hut I keep an expense account."-
To preserve health I a lineal nnd re-Hk-lous
duty for henlth I the basis of
all social virtue. We cnu no lontir ua
Useful when uot will. -Johnson.
VIRCHOW AND HIS WAYS.
Mere Prafrsaor Waa lllaal bal H
' Um Mrt Ilia Malrh.
Tim lute Profesaor Virrhow wn. In'
hla own country at hast almoal as
fauioua for hi exclusive hluntncs of
aMiH-h n for hla very remarkable mam
tal uttnlnmenta auya the PhiladelpMa
PreaN. Often he aiHike ao uiifecllntly
to the atudeuta who aat uutler til IU tn.
tln lecture rismia that they have been
known to leave hla classes nnd not re-
turn. According to Perllii tradition
one of the professor's famrtte repllea
to a w roiijf anawer to one of hla ipiea-'
"Certainly not. Any cook woults
know better than that."
On the other hand he StH-med to ap-
preciate the spirit In some of Ida atu-
tleiit w hli h proinptisl theni to nnswi r'
lil in buck In xery much hla own tone.
Once when he waa presiding In a very
old nml f id.-l suit of clothe he turned
suddenly upon n sts inlntly bashful
man silling near him and asked:
"I n your eyes tell you the truth?
What color I thi ct.at of mine?"
Without nn Instant's hesitation the
ytiiing man rose nu.l said: "I presume
It w as mice black. Now It I any rulor
That student was pasw-L
Thr Xtsa Who Hmfrd.
For oik- woman who dominate tier
husband lu China tl.-re ore doiibtles
nine of the approved oriental strli. of
humllitv. Neverthelesa Chllieso lllllll.-
ou literature nbollluls III references ti
lielilHvked liUsbatiil. Pnifcsmir Her-
bert Allen t.lle of the I'lilvcrslty of
Calubrld.-e told olie of these storh s:
Tell hrniMskiJ husbiilid resolvetl tt
f. nn a s.s l. ty to resist the luiMialtlon
of their wive. The ten wives heard of
the pi. Ill nnd while the meeting fr or-
tauUiitloii x.n In prokTess enter. si IU
r.s.ui lii u Usly. Nine of the rebellious
husband r.tl. but the tenth one re-
tained hi p'nee apparently unmovrd
by the unexi-ctisl x Isltatloii.
The ten wtvea after suitlins eon.
temptuoiisly on the one man who re-
mained went back to their home. Well
content with the succesa of their raid. .
The nine husband thereuistn re-
turned to their lot-! lug resolved to
make the heroic tenth mau the presi-
dent of the atn-h-ty.
When tiny entirist the room how-
ever to inform hiu of the honor. It
wa found that he waa dead. He had
tiled of fright.
A nasrhnll t.aaa.
Pour Wide one lu the third and I To-
ga II paraded!
I its. ley tilted the pellet bt the outer-
tinait port preclm-t for a l.nssis-k and
Int. sir 1 seem! ita. hi through 2no-
gln's Insane hnite.
Joins' utile mitt etltulfid StlltTcS
totttrtr to left garden but fulled ti
firry It In before llotan's ixtremitle
so.h 1 the niid r.
iMioXan J il l t d a solif.dro to left
pasture st iblil.' liiH.ley. but tin t hlJ
ilealli ptirlolnli.g a ba". Iluk-k'lii Hia.l.v
thne trantle lunge nt the leatht r. hut
I ; ii rr' n saffron inii.T hi him uuible dukt it
the trail to tl.e Initl ll ris.
i'uffy's stiaii.li. g trasser to right
linadiw lin-ltK-r.il d I luff's lingers.
poll- dunked sif ly to larboard but
P.rown sviit riii.: i of the globule
contributed to tluk."ii' tlemise at tho
plate. U. in s.i C.:y l:... pend.-nt
T1-- oil sloiy of the man who satr
mi I in. I of the . -I -in gill-ry lu a
pith wotcm t :..iri li a placard I -car
ll.g the "lioii't shoot the organ
ist lie s do i.g tl.e l-t l.e ran." ha
lately 1 1. sen iu.it. Ind b another soli.e-
xthat I he It.
A I. in tec l tlv r- turn. .! from n luai-
In.' t. .oii n l.ie on.- unday he at-
tei..is a sen e r in lii" only I h .r. !i for
lade around. A he i nt. red the strain
of an t.i.; hi. a p.ir. ntly ill great tl s-
trtss read. e.t los i its. and when In-
Xt as it. il l.e I s l.-d lip to dlscoier
W ho the p. II . r tl lis.
on li..- bin k of the parlor organ
xth:. !i M.ssl on the platform wa a
tiei.tly lettered square of imstelHiar-l
which nad. "Come up and try It jour-
aolf:" . pillra Mr.
A Sunday at Ins. I superintend. -nt In
talking to hi pupil nt-out cruelty to
anlmul said: "Only a coward would
abuse a creature that ha no way of
protecting Itself. Why children r
once knew a bltle boy who cut off u
cnir tali: Think of It-t.aik a kulfv
and cut the tall right off! Can any
one tell me a verse In tha Poblo that
would have taught thia cruel Ixry that
he should not have cut off tho calf
After a moment' alienee a mall
boy held up Ida baud and when asked
to tpiote hla verse ventured. "What
(oil hnth Jolmtl together let no mau
roar 51 r a r-.
Towne-IUther abaeutmlntlrd. Isn't
ProwneF.xtreii.ely ao. Why. the
other night w hen he got home he knew
there was something he wanted to do.
but he couldn't remember what It waJ
until he had sat up over an hour trylnff
Towne-Aiul did hu finally remember
Itrowne-Yca; he discovered Umt h
had xvanti-tl to k'u tn bed early.-PhlU-delphln
A at nt Itl It 1 1 n 1 1 4f
tilioitlv a verv obliging t ?
for when be applied to the iiiercnauv
for a (osiiioii and was nkcd hi age I
"Oh. sir. I shall be whatever age you.
wish me to be!"
Never think no much yf a llin4 t!uit3
you kie.i half u dollar' xvorth ofT-C-of
mind worrying over one that I - .
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