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A YICTIM OF SOCIETY. calls, book and paper to prepare for the French history class, a morning concert and a grand weekly tour of florists, caterers and tradesmen. Then HOW MADAM FASHION SPENDS she loses her eyes, opens them again HER LUXURIOUS LIFE. to dink about the bill for refurnishing the salon a la Pompadour, which Rose at Eleven and On Day Out of Many times as big as it ought to DinAttended Four at Bed to Went be, and then sighs and tries not to Tim wrinkle her brow and falls asleep. ner, Opera and Ball and Found is-thre- for Business as WelL 11 o'clock in the morning. set was smart Ihe leader of the curled up under the pink eiderdown, shot golden beams The sunlight ihrouo-- tne snowy couweu ijwo at mo windows, the fire crackled on the hearth, a pair of very small slippers stood on the white bear skin with their pointed toes elevated on the It was brass fender rail. A little gilt and crystal clock door The 11. opened and chimed back drew the curNinette entered, a on down which tray tains and set cut of a oranges, slim were a dish of milk and two French necked pitcher rolls snugly tucked away in a fringea serviette. Qejeuner est servi," says Ninette, and madame opens her big eyes, sighs as Ninette helps her put on the little silk sacque and begins her breakfast. While she is engaged in this process, her maid brings the letters. There: is. anotes, great pile of them, tiny square white letters, envelopes with tradesmen's names iuJ the corners. The leader of the "smart set puts them wearily aside after a glance. The maid has been busy during this time and when the light breakfast is fin- her big bath tub with warm water and perfumed almond meal and orris. The ished madame finds filled with bath room is all in white and palms It is a suitable screen the windows. bower for a nymph. The masseuse follows the donning dressing gown and slipper. She is little French woman, who retails all the chatter of smart boudoirs all over She encourages town as she works. madame by telling her that by actual measurement her waist is three inches of mailer than Mme. Vanderbilt's, and also -- imparts the latest information, r, mat vuo gici ucduiy, moss jls baittreatment to remove her ing massage j chin, and other interesting double tidbits. It is madame's lazy day when she stays in bed until 11; on other days she ia out riding at 9. At 12:30 the manicure arrives, and while she is clipping and polishing madame's pink uails madame's amanuensis arrives. She is a businesslike young woman, who sits down at the white desk, iraws out the monogramed paper and opens the letters quickly and quietly. Invitations are answered after the engagement list ha3 been consulted; long friendly letters are written; nice little notes to be sent with flowers for 'debutantes or sick friends are inscribed. Then come the cheque book and the lignature of madame, the payroll of the servants which has to be looked over, and the begging letters, which form a stransrelv assorted nile of themselves, Luncheon !is served j at o'clock. 1 Madame has guests, and appears in a of velvet and silk trimmed with fur. The table is a mass of lilies of the valley and When her roses. guests are gone she hurriedly dons a costume of cloth and sable, orders the carriage and drives off to make calls. She attends three teas and leaves .'or-- ders at a stationer's, a jeweler's and H.T 1 nata-nm.'- wrcioi D UClUl tJ 1CIUI US. OLLX3 TV a JICU sne arrives Ninette meets her with a cup of tea and implores her to j lie down for a minute, so as to be fresh fpr the evening, but madame is anxious to be ready for her evening campaign. She receives a musician, who Is to play at her reception day after a. v TV WAU JLLCftVL 9 Ui UOi AC V ite charity, who, suggests bras3 bed- -. steads as a suitable gift for the starvThe coiffejuse ing slum children. comes and arranges madame's locks In ripples, with a white parting dcfwn the center. Then Ninette adjusts jthe shimmering robe of white satin, and the stars of diamonds are placed on the corsage; thp, strings of I pearls around her fair tifroat, the aigrette of white with its diamond butterfly clasp, and the long gloves are drawn up r over the white arms. . Madame is ravissente., and a frreat or. cioatc.of ermine ;is put on; she trips . uown ; stairs, ana, nurrying to tne carnage is whirled oJT. The dinner is a long one for a distinguished guest. and madame yawns behind her fan when that worthy gives his views on ivtk. on a iurnvus law an kuo Ppara. Madame listens through 'one act.and then an influx of young itnen ana old men gives her an opportunity w cnat during the succeedinsr aets. After the opera little Kosa Van Hem- den,, whom she is to take to the Iball UD1- wing', appears, oiiu. moio ia , - bin amnnir the young men for a; place on her dancing fta uiimp.fl int e COURIER FOR HER OWN SEX. How the Daughter of a Reduced Millionaire Gets Pelf and Pleasure. Here is a novel profession one of the daughters of a reduced millionaire has thought out all for herself, says Demorest's Magazine, and she makes money and pleasure enough from it to insure a pleasant life for herself. In the days of her father's glory she traveled far and wide, and now, being turned of 35, and with no calling to depend upon, she decided to become a courier for lonely or helpless women travelers. This is what she will do: If you have a notion for a change of air and scene, and are an ignorant, timid, helpless body, she will drop around with maps, guidebooks and a railroad schedule and talk routes and resorts. Everything is just at her fingers' enas, from Alaska to the Argentine republic. She knows time tables like a train dispatcher, prices like a ticket aVent and a lot more than they know. Scenery, cli mate, human comforts and discom- fortSj the efficacy of all springs and airs, the rates and capacities of hotels, everything is stored for use in that busy brain. You think you would like to go to California; in an hour she has figured out dvery line by which you couid possibly reacA the Pacific coast, with all the advantages in Bcenery, eomrorts, time ana cost Dy every route. Tnen he gives advice as to proper dress, the best season for going, where to go when you get there, what to see, how to see it, and then, having from all this perfectly understandable data made vour choice, the will procure for you a perfectly finished traveling maid. Or, if you wish to go alone, she puts into your hand, the day of departure, a little roll of typewritten manuscript and an contains envelope, The envelope tickets, with minute directions as to their use, and the manuscript the itineracy of the journey. When in doubt on any point reference to this sets one firmly in the right path; every possible difficulty and contingency she has calculated for and fully explained. Her remuneration is . gauged by tne length of the journey and the amount of time and trouble she needs to expend on each patroness. In the spring she is busy sending off mothers with their children to the various resorts. The mothers explain to her that they can expend just so much on the summer's outing, and her care is to make the money do its best duty. From July to September sne takes he holiday by playing courier to somebody who wishes to take a jaunt through Europe. It is needless to say she is the most de lightful traveling companion in the I y. self-respec- t. - ; j Nervousness has as many Queer symptoms. But whatever these may be. they one and all consequence of the soothing, invigdepart ininfluence of Hostetter's Stomach Bitorating the ters, which tones the system through medium of thorough digestion and assimilation. Tremulous nerves soon acquire steadiness by its use. It promotes sleep and apagainst disease. petite and fortifies the system Malaria, constipation, rheumatism and kidney troubles are relieved by it. A woman Is never so likely to be mistaken is when she says at any other time as she she is "perfectly sure." The Modern Way. Commends itself to the to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. well-informe- d, When a public man is called "Honest Jack," It Is high Bill,"toor "Old Reliableaccounts. time investigate his How'i This! Tf offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can BOt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Corel P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Tkuajc, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Waldxko. Ktsnan & Mjlbyxx, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, directly upon the blood and mucous acting surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. HalFs Family Pills, 25c. If Tennvson wrote "The Charge of .the Lisrht Brieade" Just after receiving his gas bill, he was... perfectly justifiable. ,:;:!: If the Baby is Cutting: Teeth. use Be sure old and llss. , ;.. if W end that remedy, WmsLoWs Soothing Syrup for Children Teething-- they quit. I have found Piso's Cure for Consumption an unfailing medicine. P. R. Lotz, 1305 Scott St., Covington, liy., uct. l, nnd ASSAY OE And Chem lealOFF! ,Laboratory. Ask your j lEstn bAahed 1868. ; j JEWELERS. AND PHOTOGRAPHERS. send your sweeps- and waste containing jgold J!'--- is!VOUn. ana uiiver lor treatment;, frompt! returns and highest cash price paid for gold and sile ver bullion. Address 1736 and 1738 ii Street, Denver, Colorado. OMEN'S FACES like flowers, fade and wither with time; the bloom of the rose is only known to the woman's healthy The nerv cheeks. ous strain caused by the ailments and pains peculiar to the sex, and the labor and worry of tearing a family, can often be traced by the lines in the woman's face. Dull eyes, the sallow or wrinkled face and those "feelings of weakness" have their rise in the derangements and irregularities depeculiar, to women. The functional rangements, painful disorders, and chronic weaknesses; of women, can be cured with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For the young girl just entering womanhood, for the mother and those about to become mothers, and later in "the change of life," the "Prescription " is just what they need ; it aids nature in preparing the system for the change. It's a medicine prescribed for years, in the diseases of women, by thirty Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will cure the chronic inflammation of the lining membranes which cause such exhausting drains upon the system. It'cfr.f nerv6us prostration, sleeplessness, faintness, nervous debility and all disorders arising from derangement of the female organs and functions. Mrs. Jennie Williams, of Mohawk, Lane Co., : of Imitation trade marks and labels. Law-rjencj II tl Q EYE, EAR, NOSE AND L If U O THKqAT DI3KA9E.! Maok Block, California & 16th sta. Correspondence free. of MINIV3, PRllJSTtNa MACHINIST Bepairs etc. Pipe threaiiiaj and, cutting. . . 115-1elevato'-s18th ; 33 111 Frelprht RE Ml CD . A. Stab From Behind. ,1 KINDS BOUGHT AND GRAIN ALL Street, uenver. i Cures PemaleWeakness of any kind S6 Londoner Bk,1630 Arapahoe st Denvet new illustrated catalogue ofivej. C Our CDC etable and flower IsfcC. plants, trees, shrubs, cut flowers, v3 etc. assure really? NO MORE DULL SHEARS. With the WALTER BAKER Handy only perfect tool ever made for the pnrpoae, mrxtr rmm An Is eat in sis n "Teviot Buitmg" ba new wadh fabrlo ibat rlTals the duck of last seaaon) woven tn mtxed shades oi grey' thai give a fine tweed effect, ts chosen for this aifytbth waist, the free edge of collar, CuOa. being piped plaits and belt, aaiteem. The with pale blue mode presents an Ideal Iwalst for golf, tennis, eyoUilg or walking gowns, and is desirable for woolen as well as for cotton fabrics. The basque un the portionorcan be warncan be cut skirt,to the body Hoe and finthe waist only ished with the belt, The fronts are bewovfogly bj ranged In a oenier hoi and two side plaits on each frost, closing in center wxw scuos or buttons, or invisibly, If preferred. The aok the three fashionable single box piatts drawn tounder arm gpre giving m gether at the waist line, thesides. The rolllag oojlar is smooth adjustment at the attached to a neck band, and can be made separately, if desired, some ladles preferring to have several col lars to match their cotton waists. The sleeves are the newest mode for waists of the fcind, being quite full at the top and narrowing at the lower edge, where they are slashed at the back, faced and slightly gathered into cuffs that close with studs or buttons and!i buttonholes. The retail price of pcttern is 26 cents. staes, viz. :8S, 34, Sfl, SS.aO 1311 tnoheB bust measure. asd eo-to- j ks-pla- ys Shirt Waist. Pattern No. 636 is cut fat femr sites, rlx. : 10, 12, 1 and IB years. Pink and white striped percale made this comfortable ' and stylish shirt waist. A black Batin necktie Is worn under tne turn aown to eollar, a smooth belt match encircling the waist. J The fronts are rHrr'li by gatheiiu? pretty fullness on each side c f the box plait in center. This plait laps over the left front and doses with studs or buttons ajid buttonholes, the fullness beiaif drawn In at the waist line, and the lower portion worn under the skirt as here shown. The back is plain across the shoulders.being supplied withIs a pointed yoke portion that smoothly stitched on. and obviates discoloration at this point. A cluster of center adjust the back portion at the gathers in the waist line. A rolling collar, with pointed, tU.ring.ends, The full shirt sleeves fit closely at the wrists, being with studs in the back. completed by cuffs that close QThe shirt waist can be worn outside of the skirt, If o preferred. Wash silks, and all kinds of cotton wash 'fabrics, are suitable for waists of this kind, the most fashionable being cheviot, Oxford shirting, chambrey, gingham and lawn. The retail price of pattern is 85 cents. Mi i f7 eever each pattern ordered must also be in inches. postage. Order by number and give size BTJST and To get Tltey Are gloveputfitting. measure BREAST the tape measure all of the way around the body, over the dress close uhdsr the arms. Address COIPOK aA7PXJCJlH CO. , Lock Box 747. New York, N. Y. COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES On thia Continent, hare receired onds. Sharpen both bladea at the came cos time. EveryMailed warranted. S5o. of For on receipt Wanted nlfi or eent by mail on receipt of price by manufacturer. Nl W Yobx, N. Y. EASTMAN A CO., 64 rhare, RD Stkt, "COLCHESTER" MARKET. ' .; ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM j and don't be put off inferior foods. COLCHESTER. RUBBER CO. gre&ft and Food I A faj-tanie- . I BO-SAN-K- O'S lr. A aa SSWi. ' Kcenuno Ah a Did they give you a good ifftiiiin THOSE WHO HAVE OS A IflU Kaphael, Angelo, Kubens, Tasso 1 the Government character when1 you left them? New ' againBt Spa Best are Most Economi"UNENE" the The and wUlwrltetoNATHAM r World. Fork Pension Jpatent Atty, 014 w 8t cal Collars and Cuffs worn they are made of fine 3ICKFORD. V aanlngion.DjCtfaey wlllreeeiveapromnt cloth, both sides finished alikev and, being reversiHard to Tell. ble, one collar is equal to two of any other kind. Rods for locating gold or sUYerore, They lit well, wear well and look well. A box of rflMCnAI lost or hidden treasures. For partieu. Bagley- Is this cigar foreign or do- Ten Collars or Fire Pairs of Cuffs for Twenty-Fir- e lars address, M. J, Fowler, Box 837, Southington, CV mestic? Brac-Give it up. It was Cents. j,.;'. j. A Sample Collar nd Pair of Cuffs brmaU for o8fi-1- 8 iven to me by a foreigner' who comes Six oi. Xll. i . W.N.U. Denver, v Cents. Name le and siza. Addt v e i to see : our domestic New York REVERSIBLE COULAltCOMPANY, When' wrlang to advertise Inplea this 77 w Fraxiilin advertisement 37 New PP' Boston. the that York, you St., Kilby St., World. I'llliUMtifi , i 1101 Ji ! : u PP -- OMld immereeJ tn muUUd tine thorn U beoomom A K4 pages. Sc. AU about making money la Grata and Stocks by "scalping the market?' on margins of S20 to l,000. Best method yet. All scalpers maka moiMy. LAvaute' A Co., US. Qulney St., CUUoago. ? minted windmill. WLB FOT JBIM KB tQT.K WHEEL, SOB OSE BaDS Of BTAb SALTAKIZEU BEFORE BEING PIT T04UKTHEB, IV ,. We- bulI4 KOO WOCLD PAX OS DOUBLE PRICE FOB IT the beat we know, and knowing that painted thin aheetaare raotioaUy worthless, we have nothing to do. with them! The enormous cost ot preparing to do galvanizing, and ef OoJff BC fisbflitaiD well on a large scale, deters others. THM SHEETS AKDfCNCH AKD HHEAK AK0 Or' OAJ.TASIZf D AFTERWARD. WHEELS OB VANES 1HEETS RUST OUT FIRST AROCRO THB RIVETS, JOlWItV OT SO WKH AS ARI EDGES, ASD ARK, THEREFORE, PAUTED OSES. Mow any amcem earn get onr prkm or of town, or thain muttUmp paintrd eindmilU and painted tn cut, aAeatwd and tmxchtd mfter paloa6fdi material, that the bo faeo eaH dono, only explained og tehobuw them aro Mmorant of the value of aaemnnm0. We now gslvanbw everything after lit is completed, tnon holts an nata.: We galvanize with the most impreTed proreeaeeaaa i ' tbe most parfeot known and aUaiaable maaMr. ITheelttaa The i Then a mium of on Atrmmtor proof and tnamrtti, M U Hooted up, and eieaned of Wll IIlElilt and Blind, Blawd- -i Protruding Filea yield at once to PICE REMEDY,' DR. which acta directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, al--. a effectinr i permanent enre. Price) 60c lays telling, Druggists or mail. Uosanko, Philada.., Pa. i SI for WK BUILU FOB THB TOTJ A POOR, PAIITED SURF nilRE FOR PILFK uor OF DOLLARS ; That is a rood nrice for an EVERYWHERE. intense) itching; when warm. This form OF THOUSANDS fSFt. Ilea or SOLD BY GROCERS II UBTf SApnuuvu UWfei y, WALTER BAKER & CO. DORCHESTER. MASS. The outer or tap sole extends the whole length dnrwn tn th nntl. nrrw teoting. the boot In digw grin? and in other hard ': work. c Unlike the Dutch I'roeeie. no Alka other Chemical or Dyea ara tiiimI in nr of their n reparation. Their delicioua BREAKFAST COCOA la abeolutely pure and aolublo, aad cotu lea than one cent a cup. 1. Mjkjpi-- n BEST INj FIT, BEST IN WEARING QUALITY, u from th WUU1U doing galvanizing, for which we made no extra charge, had there net been merit an tt. GaWanizing eonsista in coaling the strong but most perishable (in thin sheets) meial, steel, with the almost indestructible (even when rery thin) inetaU, tine and aluminum. If thera were not great merit in galyaniiiDg, no one would pay H more for galTanlzed barbed wire or sheet' iron than ungalvanixed costs. If we were making painted we ihouid lunuen an winamuts HIGHEST AWARDS In Europe and America. BOOT. IN W HUNDREDS EXPOSITIONS SPADING BEST & CO. PURE, HIGH GRADE the dullest febmctr or hears in m few eo VI It this coupon is sent with order the price will be only lO cents for each pattern. One cent for 9 sent to The Largest Manufacturers of fth&rTMm Miss 3 OCCnQ L""rHf Arapahoe 8ti Denver, Colo. No. Laniu' PLamtD Wamt. Pattern 18 -, I I came from a English' aristocratio family I ; 161G among--stranger- only toy CHURCH & CO., Kew York. Seld ty grocers everywhere. Write tar Arm. and. JQasasaer JBooJc of r. Ittahlo Xtodpea JTggg. ; you. GALLUP, R. C- - These patterns retail In fashion basaars and stores for 25 to 40 cents each, but In order to tnooease the dewe offer them to the lady reaeV mand ers of this paper for the remarkably, low prise of; only one cent extra.' ;; lO cents eJadi.are Postage The patterns all of the very latest Sew Tork for style, aoonvaoy of n alna styles and are uneqnaled eoonomy . For tweny-foo- r years these pliclty and Full deovV patterns have been used the country of scriptions and directions as the humbwr of xarsdifmaterial required, the number and flames of the ferent pieces In the" pattern, how to eat and At and put the garment together are sent with each' pattern, with a picture of the garment to go by. iTOes patterns are complete In every particular, these being a separate pattern for eviery single piece Of the areas, Tonr order will be filled the same dy H ts'reeetved. Every pattern guaranteed to be perfect. f&e Blueblood 'Britisher fine old 7; Stencils, Kubber Stamps and Electric Supplies. (SCHOOL iWt f Cf FARM, CHURCH, BOGUE LEAD tOMl'ANY. DLlLlAJ 1810 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado, h XXade ? ?! Gar-iUe- u ycLLii A . Nock st. .I WORKS NOVELTY MP. ?Ca 1520 Lawrence St., P. O. Box 31. Seals i Ul.Il f til , Costs bo more than other package soda never spoils Vffr3fYe wb. flour universally acknowledged purest In vexi& ' an 'the Pacific side of Puget sound. C DD . ? .! : at Brooklyn and ; - i is the whole stoxy about BEWAIL i Boon be completed M Misskb' me,--Det- naval dry dock, large enough to .ecei ve any- - vessel of our fleet, is nearly reaay for use at Port Royal, S. (., and two others of equal size will I E. E. BURLINGAME 5t but he smokes cigarettes and wears tight pants. t oncord 1 A man may be honest as the day Is long, and still do a great deal of mischief during the night. "Hanson's Magrlo Corn Salve." hvmrlrpf! V T r iy. nlnpfv-flv- e HARNESS lhe V ' C When lovers hane over, a gate there is a good deal to be said on both sides before TTMorhttkoTi Blake. 1637 best double HArnesa In olorado for j With breeching, JH, f 26 double team harness with brecehlnr $16. U steel horn stock saddle, for $15. $15 single baggy har- , , MSM y cot be deceived by worthless imitations bat order direct from us end get lowest wholesale prices. free. All goods stamped. FSKD UTJ1 Catalogue LEK, 1413 Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado l M Goods sent for examination. well-trie- d Warranted to cure or money refunded. druggist for It. Price 15 cents. s - W- 4 all-pa- in Another Girl knees and implore forgiveness? Girl Not be. He said "very well," ind .then tried to flirt with roit Naval Dry Docks. . Denver Tent and Awning Co., that there is one rheumatic, neuralgic, sciatic, and remedy, as harmless as water, and sure as taxes It is St. Jacobs Oil used by everybody, sold everywhere. Did he, fall on hia j 4 A ; mi itrangers henceforth. Tribune, i f , -- ' . i e fi-n- -- unreu lo not Da aeceivaa able fictitious prices, bysuoti! as 135 team harness for $18, 30 steel s S I 'W 1 norn, double cinaha, ksowboy saddle lor $15 but before toor-'Iff .. cuasmg, tena ior my n9"w JUtis ' Tfi tratea and descrlpuve catalogue free, and see 'what yjouj are tl M JS",i oruermsr, and if goods are not as represented, you can return same at my expense. I use the best oak tanned leather and employ only first class workmen. f. .J. U. WILSON, 1749 to 1751 Larimer St DENVBBj COLO. . . . - - Love. u5-o- g. : XX t alf The oddest thing of all, as I look back notn this "unhappy love," Is that it was unhappy. In tothe first place It particularly most my ministered potently Nett&er before nor since have I been half bo in tragic investing I to myself. I revelled in sublimemyself emqions; apostrophised ly gloomy language; I wVote despairing sonexnets full of youthful mawkishness, and bittracted conscientiously the last drop of terness which the situation was capable of yielding. to Truth my predestell, I kept meeting one guise or antined maiden, off and on,orinsix and at other, for the next five ceasedyears, to look for skeptical, last, becoming her. If I had found her the matrimonial as far as I am concerned, would Rroblem, solved once and forever. She and have struck a diI, I fondly hoped, would vine harmony which would have rung richly and clearly through our united lives. But how many of us are there who find this comchord to our being? And how, plementary many more are there who, prematrlmonl-aUyfancy that they have found it, and are waked up postmatrimonially by a jarring and perpetual discord? H. H. Boyesen in March Lippineott's. Brlarens Had a Hundred Arms. -- - j ; ; T A fo? - . V Headquarters under the most unhealthy surroundings, this is not to any extent true of Berlin. There are districts in the east and north where the poor live together, but in nothing like the misi Uregon, writes was sick for over three ery and squalor which one will find years with blind dizzy The streets, as already elsewhere.. spells, palpitation of the heart, pain-i- the remarked, are asphalted and they are back ana had, and clean. They are nearly everywhere at times would have such a weak tired feelwide. There are none of those little when I first got ing dark alleys which exist in other up in the morning, and at times nervous cities. The houses are well built and chills. sound. One could pass through these The physicians differed as to what my districts time and again and did ho was, but none In the economy of life H doesn't pay to be disease not see the children on the sidewalk of did me any them a and trouble high paying borrowing and the women with their heads out oi always As soon as I good. rate oi imerec ou u. commenced taking Dr. the windows it might scarcely occur Pierce's Favorite Preto him that he was among the poor When the devil wants to train up a young scription, I began to Mrs. Williams. mm to go ne em eet better : could sleep man in the way he desires people. The fronts of the houses are ploys lrt'enees to boss the Job. well nights, and that bad. nervous feeling and the of very handsome masonry, harmoniin my back soon left me. I can walk severpain al miles without getting tired. I took in all threi the other a settee. Ar- bottles One is a ous in architecture and in no important of ' Prescription and two of 'Discovery. the conundrum to suit yourself. respect different from the houses in range many wealthier sections of the city. Distinction. The Musical Burglar. Mr. Skidmore, severely John, Mr. It was a musical burglar who enJones tells me you thrashed his son tered the residence of Oscar Remmer Is that true? shamefully of Chicago, and plundered it of silver John No, sir. and jewels. No one was in the 'Then what did Jones mean by tell plate when the robbery was commithouse ing me that?" The neighbors in the adjoining He just made a mistake. I didn't ted. flats heard burglar in the house, thrash Jim Jones shamefully. I wal- because hetheentertained them with a loped him beautifully." Texas Sif t- performance on the piano. Mrs. hings. Greely. who lives in the fl4t above, 1 wondered who heard the music. A Valuabl ccomplUhmeatMr. was in Remmer's flat," playing She, at the masquerade You say she "becausa it has been so still said, much care about. don't talkingPyou to down the absence ot there, He No. owing for the several And you don't dance?" family days. When the sounded at first, it caught No:" piano I attention listened. and It was as my what ask I your accomplish if some one "May wa3 trying it. After run-n- i ment is?" ng over the keys a few times thera Certainly. I earn my own living." was a pause and then the person began playing one of Bach's fugues." SUGGESTIVE FIGURES. Domestic Mathematics. Chicago university has 167 instrucTeacher If one servant girl could tors. a room in two hours, how long clean The Y. M. a A. has. 467, 515 memwould it take two servant girls to do bers. It? Jerusalem has 135 places where Little Girl Four hours. fees going liquor is sold, the license Teacher-4-WronIt would take . to Constantinople. one hour. only The United States .fish hatchery in Little Girl I didn't know you was Greenake station.Ellsworth, Me., is talkin' about servant girls that was valued at $2,500,000. strangers to each other. According to the Boston Journal, Knew U1.9 Tlnsiuea. 3,000 children of Boston are denied aca instruction because of lack of "That's the seventh time this morn commodations. ing," said the shoo merchant, as a slave customer left the store, "that you of how the As an indication is trade survives in Africa, it stated told me in a tone of. voice that couldn't that last summer a caravan of 10,000 escape beinjg overheard that a woman camels and 4, 000 slaves left Timbuctod reminded you of 'Trilby. " Yes," replied the now clerk, "and lor Morocco.1 f that's.-thseventh woman I've sold a Seven hundred and thirty students of shoes to." were graduated last year from, the oair the of tMichigan,, largest university The Mean Thlnjj. number ever graduated from an Girl I .told Jack we must be American college in a single year, j s i MM A , MXXJm no tea-se- t, ; ml Denver Director y. For U.S. Gov't Report st i world . to-da- Power.-Late- . The Chicago Civic Federation dejuaru inat evenlnsr. are 60.000 victims oj 't lhe ball is a crowded one and clares that there in the town. This madame has to lead the cotillon with the opium habit of opium-eaters and a young man who has a national vast congregation consumers keeps alive 100 reputation for just such perforrnanjcea. morphine' uoes not like him, but smiles very public smoking places. states in which Out of twenty-thre- e ,oocuy wnen he declares she dances produced in 1893 three, ""wr man when she was a vlvu Khe pig iron wasIndiana and North Carohave her revenue at some future Minnesota, i a "iio. jne keens a verv vicrilant eve lina, were not1 reported as making as the in 89,4. In country ton '; ?a ter debutante, who has a penchant single a falling off of there was ; for frolicking in the little conserva- a wholetons. ' '' .'; tory, and snds all the eligible ydung 467,114 of town 190 the About years ago w uanjpe witn ner. one arrives r frxm itself. 0me WfiSt-ariAanA amr-n Groton, Conn., separated iLUU J uuu f J became a town. Ninette has been consoling herself New London and 200 tor her absence years of sepaby refusing the clief's Now. after almost UuF 01 marriarrp. nnrl trm r.rmf la ration, Groton wfshes to again be to leave. Madime is too weary taken back into the. fold and become Ping even scold, says the New York part of New London. Official investigation by counties Aayertlser, Her ha.p ig brusneci!anct sh Paiteri, takes her perfumed bath. shows that the, farms of Ohio are 01 Pread and milk and goes to worth upwards of S50. 000. 030; less than Tjywl before her eves flanr' the a year ago, and that the ne" mortents of the gage indebtedness a of the owners wnich must be done for the within year by the no' soul, dressmaker. sum of about $3.O0J.O;. 'yation ,pt her v Highest of all in Leavening BERLIN A SLUMLESS CITY. Streets Asphalted and Kept Clean Eren In the Poorest Quarters. A; foreigner coming to Berlin will be impressed almost at Once by the excellent streets, and further by the ex cellent manner . in which tby are taken care of. Almost everywhere they are asphalted, even where they are narrowest, and not only in the middle of the city, but far out into the suburbs. This work has been done in the most substantial manner. This department of city affairs is intrusted to skillful officers, who perform their duty according to the latest scientific principles. In the center of the city a large tract of street is now beinf torn up for new horsecar tracks, and it is an instructive sight to see the fine scale upon whieb the work is done. The foundation is at least a foot in depth of the hardest possible mixture of small stones and cement. Upon this, by means of monstrous rollers and other machinery, is placed the asphalt, which is not more than half an inch in thickness, but, which, on account of the strong subwork, wears like the everlasting rock. It seldom needs repair, says - the Philadelphia Telegraph, it does not run away inhot weather, and does not rut under the heaviest kind of traffic. This adds materially, of course, to the beauty of Berlin, and facilitates the work of cleansing the streets, another department of municipal administration which is attended to in the most effective manner. Cleansers in uniform are constantly at work in all parts of the city, who with broom and brush heap up the refuse before the curbs, to be hauled off to the city farms during the night. At intervals each day water carts are driven over the streets, and boys follow after with squeegees, which they propel by long handles, washing every particle of filth away. The excellent condition of the treet of Berlin is one of the reasons why tne city has none of those districts which have come to be called "slums." 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