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Angus'. '• council, t<H«l and wl*e,
Ha* thought It b*M to advertUie
To litre (bt work on street and park
To pak a* name tfce lowest mark;
But when it comes to printers Ink
The toeirMl‘l published I don t
Th* plum tm shakes. and thua the
Mad* nice rod warm for the City
A writer on Tha New York Journal
print* the following In a went issue
of that paper:
“I ear that young William Fahnea
tork Is to be married, and alao that
Col. George 11. McClellan* name la
mentioned In the coining fight for con
greailottal honora. Apropoa all thla.
I heard a eery fuuny *tory a few year*
ago. when Col. McClellan wax nerving
a novitiate to journalism. He hail
been doing political work during a
hot campaign It was the day after
the election and he wax aligned to go
down the bay and meet Mr. Harry
Fatim stock. the father of the prospec
tive bridegroom. who lx a wellknown
banker, and to get an Interview with
him about some financial compllca
tlonx with Germany. He wax met on
the ship by young Fahnestock, who
told him with great dignity that the
family, pero el fils, never spoke to re
porters. and then the young man took
pleasure In pointing the colonel out to
the Fahnestock party and friends ax
‘one of those dreadful reporters, you
know.' This all the wav coming up the
hay on the ship. Of course the colo
nel kept his dignity. But the amus
ing part of H wuh that heie was a man
,-tpe son of a most distinguished wor
rier. belonging to the best set In New
York, a member of the I'ulon club,
ar.!l .: gentleman, every inch sub
mit irs in silence to a snubbing by a
very young man, whose family, al
though wealthy and worthy, had no
C3ore chance at that time of getting
into Col. McClellan's set than the bib
lical camel hHd of going through the
eye of the needle. The moral Is; Be
civil to the reporter and the newspaper
man, or In fact any man who is work
in* for a living, as you never know
who he may turn out to be, and It is
not money alone which even here in
New York commands social consldera-
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naaft th* lurdf vigor and th* cl**r
ronrfptlon of national duty which !■
luaplrvd hj> a great navy and a m*r
rhaot martna equal to *mry romnier
Than (ball ft* a*o further addition*
to tha mill* not only of Augusta, Imt
of th* aoutb, and the whole broad
Judge Urarirnp. who occupies the
•am* poalllun In Houthero Illinois that
! Judge Kmury Speer dam to Kaslern
1 lleoigta. laud the two are both ardent
eipanaioatatal, In Introducing Chaun
,ey Pcpew n! the Hamilton Club of
Chicago, the other day. spoke a* fol
"Tha present hour la the hour for
gathering strength at home and
abroad the hour that has brought
to us the firat sensation of our na
tional maturity. The orbit of rcputdl
tanlsm long slnee set away from the
misty ivgioii of timidity ami distrust;
its course lias towards a higher and
clearer faith In tha rapacity of a self
governing people to do great and noble
Judge Groaacup contrasted Jefferson
with Hamilton, to the disadvantage of
the former; hut II must be remember
ed that In the end Jefferson accepted
the principle of annexation as a law of
uatural progress outside of the constt
Miss Lotla Hums, famed as the
"Mother of Klondike," having been the
first white woman to Mve at Dawson,
took her bicycle with, ner on her last
trip to that place. She had no sooner
landed til Dawson than scores of mi
ners were bidding for It. The offers
wenl up until they reached *7OO, when
a young man named McWilliams be
came the owner of the first wheel in
The present Indian troubles In Min
nesota appears to be based, ns many
others have been, on violation of the
agreements made by the United
States. Most recent troubles have
come from Invasion by whites of
land which had been set apart for
The public funeral of Mr. Gladstone
was not extraordinarily expensive.
Some of the newspapers gave the cost
as *35.000, but competent authority
states that the actual cost was about
The untouched negatiV'S <’' suuls
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Thinking ft* am not Ift Hmwf,
Wondering wh*ft fft* WfH ft* «**•*•
It wa* ftotwwmry to vtatt th# doctor
tart ft«*k, through footlaftly n*Hog n*
refer** to • Aft Ngftt and pet it to
ha* Inc a »n**r baudagod up. I rlumally
•ltempled tft* rolNnft of n rtgamttt*.
Tftta afartesl tft* doctor, ft ho mlft:
“Tft* talk on* linn of oUotln* aat
uratlng tft* gyatem of atnokera la mort
|y rot Kkottno ia a deadly potooo
■ in* drop of it will make a gond-alaed
maattff turn up lito torn. If tnjected
snbrotanangly. and It would take pre
r.oua little of It to kill • man Tft*
truth to that very little- to shaorbrd.
even by tft* most << in Armed amnfter*
Sow and thru you rend of men who
dton from esemniva tobacco using and
am found on nutopay to be literally
reeking with oleoUtt*. All rubhlaft!
Nothing of th* kind ever happened
Again. lt‘* a favorite experiment to
blow amok* through • handkerchief
ard th* ataln that la produced la pop
ularly supposed to be made by uteo-
Gn*. It la really oil of tobacco, which
la n home of quit* n differegjt eolor.
No. th* chief harm don* by smoking Is
the stimulus which It givea to th*
heart. This la partlchlarty tm* of
cigarette smoking, where "Inhaling" Is
nearly always practiced. , Each lime
the smoke 1a inhaled tt acts as s slight
spur to the heart and nredlca* to Mo
ther* Is sure to be a reaction. If tjie
smoker ts In good general health he
will probably nrver feci It. but If he Is
not. there will be piwloda of profound
depression and. not knowing the cause,
he ia apt to try to brace up on a
drink, which makes matter* Just that
much worse. If he has organic heart
trouble —a valvular weakness. I
mean—lt's quite poaaible that he will
tumble over some day and put his an
gel plumage on. Those are the cold
facts about atuoktng—none other are
We were discussing practical Christ
ianity at the Club, and more especially
the New York anti-profanity law
«ht« the following was told about Mr.
Bourgeon, the eminent English divine;
He once passed a stone mason, who,
after each stroke of the hammer,
cursed and swore. Mr. Spurgeon laid
his hand on hie shoulder and, looking
kindly at hint, said: "You are an
adept at swearing. Can you also
pray?" With another oath. he|rpl!ed:
"Not very likely." Holding up five
shillings. Mr. Spurgeon said if he
would promise never to pray he would
give him that. "That Is easily earned,"
sold thenian. With a fresh oath, and
put It In his pohket. When Spurgeon
left, the man began to feel n little
queer. When he went home his wife
asked him what ailed him. and he told
her. "U is Judas' monoy!” said the
man, and, on o sudden Impulse, he
threw It Into the fire. The wife found
It. and took It out, and discovered who
had given It to him. The man took it
beck to Spurgeon, who conversed long
with him, warning him, and at length
was the means of saving him. He be
come an attached member of his flock.
The only two animals whose brains
are heavier than that of man at* the
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ih* cry of th* New York Journal.
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Tb* feature «f »b* t>*»at<t*nl a w*»«-
*rn apwch** to th* '-nttc* *tw*ai * of alt
ref*rent * to monetary roa*td*rattu.va.
Madrid to depressed over r*porta IMt
th* Cut>an and Horto lUraa .tehts wIU
not be tes-ognlard by the United Stat**.
Thirty pteees of captured Spanish
cannon are to b* distributed a» park
ornaments among fifteen American
Tb* Darts Oaulnto reports th* Ameri
can and Spanish Pes«* Commission to
tn- at serious odds regarding tb* con
struction of the protocol.
Portland. Oregon, ts collecting a fund
to purchase a sword for Osptotn t’tarke
—commander of the noble ship named
for the great Pacific slope state.
Although the raptaln of the Oregon
had sealed’ orders from Washington, tt
is said that both th* Oregon and the
lowa will stop at Rto Janeiro to partic
ipate In the festivities attendant upon
the celebration of the anniversary of
the foundation of the BraiUtan repub
We don't need so many thorns to
protect so few roses.
There Is no law against love—one
might think so, however.
The grimness of fate ts medicinal—
If It does not carry «» off.
To graft Christianity Into business Is
the height of religious art.
There are Indelicacies In Shakespeare,
but a hairline will delete them.
We are travelers In time, not resid
ents: foreigners, not natives.
Delay |s a. fine poisonous honey
some of u» have several hives of IP.
Money, humanly speaking. Is the rqot
of all good, the love of it is the root of
We are different but not unequal—
our items vary, we add up about Ihe
Coarseness, without vulgarity. Is
wholesome; we thrive best on w.ho!e
Why beat about the bush? Speak of
money, you hit man: talk of anything
else, you lose your bird.
Speaking of mor&t backbone, too
many of us hear a striking reaemh
lanee to boneless codfish, whenever the
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' Whew I hunt tag Adsm-aftd fifty
I. | s n . w kll t .|rn and arse-rn a* ha
Ity hub! tft th* ripened matoHMd and
I I ha*w hla •> f*agth and < unmaft. ha ha
hftew mlev tftat rrsftt
At dawn tft tft. rtwwfiad gust-fiaM aad
plftftdefed ahtt. I aleftt.
f> fiwas his at nay ptaygcwatl -down
frant hi* a*tMHg«*<i tfttr—
Oat aa tft* aftkml ridges ran Adam-aad
| Jus tJtNr.
Gmgntag, gvanltog and roaring fc*avy
Two l >n« marches to horthwarfi sad
1 was at hto beelsi
| "Two full msrehea t* n wet hoard, at th*
fall of the secaad aight.
11 fame on satn* enemy, Adsat-gad. sit
weary from hto Bight,
j There was a charge It* th* maaftet—
pricked and primed waa th*. pan—
| My finger crooked «n «h* trigger—atheft
he reared up tths a man.
I Horrible, hairy, human, with P»*»
like hands In prayer
Making hto auppiU-ation ns» Adam-sad
1 look'd at ihe ewaylng shoulder*, at
th« paunch's swag and awing
j And my heart was touched with pity
for th* monstrous, pleading thing.
t Touched with pity and wonflyr, I did
not fire then * • •
I hate looked no mors on woman—l
have walked no more with men.
Nearer he tott*red and nearer, with
paws like hand* that pray—
prom brow to Jaw •*>* ateel-ahod paw.
It ripped my face away!
Sudden, silent and savnge, searing as
flame the blow —
Faralesa I fell lie for# hia feet fifty
I heard him grunt and c huckle—l heard
him pad* to hi* den.
He left me Mind to the darkling yeara
and the tittle mercy of men.
"Now ye go down In the morning with
guns of tft* newer style.
That load (I have sett) tn the middle
and range (I have felt) a mile.
Luck to the white man's rill*, that
shoots *o fast and true.
Buh—pay. and I lift my bandage and
show what the bear can do!”
(Flesh like sag In the furnace, knobbed
and withered and gray—
Mntun, the old blind beggsr. he gives
good worth for his pay).
"Rouse him at noon In the bushes, fol
low and proas him hard—
Not for his raging and roarings flinch
ye from Adatu-xfid.
"But (pay and I put back the bandage)
this Is the time to fear.
When he stands up like a tired man.
tottering near and near;
When lie stands up as pleading, In
montsrou*. man-brute guise.
When he Veils the hate and cunning of
“When'he "shows as*'seeking quarter."
with paws like hands tn prayer.
That is the lime of peril—the time of
tho Truce of the Bear!"
Eyeless, noiseless and llpless, asking a
dole at the door.
Matun. the old blind beggar, he tells It
o’er and o'er;
Fumbling and feeling the rifles, warm
ing his hands at the flame.
Hearing our careless white men talk of
the morrow’s game;
Over and over tho story, ending an lie
“There is no truce with Adam-zatl. the
bear that looks like a man! ’
The taw tn Missouri which fixes a
death penalty on train robbers seems
to tie treated out there as a capital
THIS IS IT
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E. H. LAND,
DRUGGIST AND CHEAIIST
LUND l SMITH. 522 NINTH STREET
Would respectfully call tha attention of
lb* public to hia complets hue of
Brnp. Medicines. Chsmieals, &c..
Always kept In stock. Having a complete <
line of ell Pharmaceuticals, be (« at all
time* till any Prescription presented.
Store open from 7 A. it. to 11 P. M.
Give him a call.
‘•The Barber Shop
of the South.”
HICKEY’S is the Place
Five Barbers, all
212 and 21 4 Bth Street j
Doesn't Need • Te slon.
An exchange suggests that Pencsyl-1
vanla would save money by granting
Quay a liberal pension and retiring ;
him. Hut why almvld be coatpro-
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