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TVIELAN D N A POLEON. LAST DAYS OF CHEROKEE BILL. The BcalToM oe Whirl. II IHtd Uiurp IN THE ODD CORNED. HdfilM'i DUrovary. BOMB QUEER AND CURIOUS The crimes of Cherokee Bill were not PHASES OF LIFE. EMPEROR, only numerous, but the told blooded vldousuess with which be committed Both ftramsd to Da loipmiid by tho them gained for him the appellation of Tha Niw Woman's Ton CanimandmonU Mica as H lt for Fish Gas fratfnnad Tho ltolar the "Gorilla. Interview of 'Two Hour Sawdaat Klekad Oat Ills Own From to Ilia Modo tho Plalu Krhultr Clint Scales planned with Rogers Equal Snowballed tha Flra. Tooth and secure the they played Various KulJirt Dlaeuiiad. desperado, would him. with however, Bill, friendly never allow any one to get behind him, HESE are the new Mil) the brilliant with ate even dinner at that and day commandme n t s scenes arranged (or across his lap. After ten. the entertainment his Winchester of Napoeleon In the finishing the meal he approached the Which wives now fireplace and stooped for a fagot with make for married stately little town which to light a cigarette, when Scales and of Weimar, men. surrounded knocked him senseless with a poker when on his wrists. He 1 Remember that by that German and placed handcuffs to the federal Jail at Fort was taken I am thy wife, which aristocracy Whom thou must he had humbled, Smith. Here he and other desperate cherish all thy the emperor also characters in "murderers row" planned life. summoned to his an escape, and in some clandestine manner Bill was furnished with a represence the man who In the two At meal time on July 26, 1895, 2 Thou shalt not stay out late at night. of his career personified first the volver. When lodges, friends or clubs Invite. dlrengtb and then the weakness of the Bill made a dash for liberty, aud shot dead. He Ina Cerman folk the aged Wleland. Larry Keating, Jail guard, Thou shalt not smoke indoor or out, fired four shots at another guard, but t Or chew deed, Napoleon's conversation throughtobacco round about out that excursion to Weimar was missed, and was overpowered and Chiefly of learning, as if he bowed be- placed in his cell and kept there to the 4 Thou shalt with praise receive my fore German knowledge, German sci- hour of his execution. After being Pies, ence, German letters, lie bad studied placed In his cell he gobbled like a turNor pastry made by me despise. A mob much, he said, in the barracks, when key and strutted proudly. I was a young lieutenant of artillery, formed and clamored to get at the 6 My mother thou shalt strive to and i.Js cold, piercing glance seemed to "Gorilla, but they could not storm the please. And let her live with us in ease. search the very hearts of the proud federal Jail. Bill kept a blanket hangprinces and dukes who crowded around ing at his cell door, and would not 6 Remember tis thy duty clear, and literally stood at his chair in do- show himself to visitors unless paid for To dress me well throughout the mestic service. It was at the toll given an appearance. year. asked he DucheBS that The Bcaffold on which the "Gorilla by the Grand for Wleland. was executed at Fort Smith, Ark., is 7 Thou shalt in manner mild and During the evening this gentle and the most remarkable structure of its meek, now temperate old man had heard the kind on the continent, possessing a Give me thy wages every week. actors of the French comedy, brought grew some appearance and a ghastly among other decorative trappings from record. It is made of rough, strong 6 Thou shalt not be a drinking man, But live on prohibition plan. ('aria, declaim the "Death of Caesar timbers, which are protected only by from the stage of the ducal theater; he a plank roof. It stands Just inside the had listened to Talmas significant ut- Bouth wall of the old fort, at a point 9 Thou shalt not flirt, but must allow. terance of the words, ."rule without where the fort's magazine was once Thy wife such freedom anyhow. violence over a conquered universe, located. The trap is of heavy folding and then, wearied by the excitement of planks, with strong strap hlnges.heavy 10 Thou shalt get up when toby cries, And try the child to tranquillxe. these strange experiences, had with- staple and lever. It would "accommodrawn from further revelry. The Grand date a dozen murderers, but six at These my commands from day to day. Duchess of Weimar, anxious to gratify one time is its record. all In greatest Implicitly thou shalt obey. her great guest, sent her carriage to 93 murderers have been executed on fetch the author of "Oberon; and this scaffold out of 154 sentenced In Mica aa Halt for Fish. rather than detain the illustrious dic- the of a century by the past quarter An old fisherman who has caught his in he as was, tator, the poet started now somewhat conspicuous Judge, Isaac tons of black bass and brook trout was with unpowdered Parker. Seventy-si- x ordinary garments, of the executed seen to go Into a hardware store upon hair, wearing his skull cap and felt were worked off by an Irishman Third avenue a few days ago and buy most was therefore Shoes. The meeting a mouse trap that captured the animals dramatic. The dancing almost ceased named George Maledon, who recently to from Fort moved Smith a in farm alive. On being asked if his house had when Napoleon advanced to meet his Kansas. Maledon 925 for received been Invaded bv mice, he said: in a crowded ylsltor.'for the company "No, but I hope it will be, because wide circle to look on and catch what each, and Instead of going about his a I've in duties he brutal got to lay in a supply of bait. way, always they might hear. But the conversation dressed The to fisherman has begun to capture drove and the fort stylishly was in a low tone. Wleland would never tell or write In a carriage, adjusting the loops with mice about this time of the year for back and keeping them alive in what was said, and we know only care and coolness, and he never made years a till the fishing season arrived cage a in botch as all his services Job hangsoldiers enough to feel that the great has taken them to the fishing regions. words were worthy both of his genius man. After making a remarkable recHe finds that often, when all other and of the occasion. 1 le bad treated the ord as a hangman it dawned upon lures fail, the live mouse captures the was a Maledon that it "not gentlemanthis German nobility with haughtiness; fish. Last summer he got a 4 pound big plain scholar he treated as an equal. ly vocation and he resigned. 2 ounce trout in an Adirondack stream Speaking of the ancients, and defendand a pound 5 ounce black bass In The ing the Caesars against Tacitus, he disa Minnesota lake with these mice, One of the curious forest growths of cussed the rise of Christianity and emwhich he are easily taken care of, finds phasized the value of all religions in the Isthmus of Panama and Lower Cenlittle attention. They will requiring conserving morals. The poet replied, tral America in general is the vine feed on almost anything. The cage he when needful, in broken French, but which the Spaniards call matapalo. or uses is large and airy, with sundry soon felt at his ease, for the emperor "tree-kille- r. This vine first starts in contrivances for the animals to exerconverto seemed disposed life as a climber upon the trunks of the engross the on. cise cleaned once a week, the It is sation. In the manner of the times he large trees, and, owing to its marvelousmice at such times into driven being proposed questions. "Which of your ly rapid growth, soon reaches the one of the two compartmenta equal disWleland works do you prefer? lower branches. At this point it first claimed merit for any, but, under begins to put out its feelers tender, Gas front Sawdust. urgency, confessed that he liked beBt harmless looking root shoots, which not The his Agathon and "Oberon. uninteresting distinction is soon reach the ground and become as Then Napoleon asked the stock ques- firmly fixed as the parent stem. These claimed for the town of Deseronto, in tion which he so often put to scholars hundreds of additional sap tubes give Canada, where there are several extensive lumber mills, of being partially and men of letters: "Which has been the whole vine a renewed lease of life, lighted by gas made from sawdust In the happiest age of humanity? to send out its aerial and it out this plan, as stated, the to give a reply, said the poet; tendrils begins carrying in all directions. These enis sawdust concharged in retorts which "good and evil, virtue and vice, twine themselves lightly around every are heated by wood fire, the gas from emmust tinually alternate; philosophy limb of the tree, even creeping to the the retorts passing into a series of colls, phasize the good and make the evil very farthermost tips and squeezing the and thence into the purifiers, which are tolerable. life out of both bark and leaf. Things similar to those used for coal gas. Lime "Admirable! admirable! said Napolat this rate but a short while before is the principal purifying agent emeon. "It is not Just to paint everything go Is compelled to sucthe forest ployed, and when it passes out of the dark, like Tacitus, lie is certainly a cumb to thegiant gigantic parasite which is retorts the gas possesses an odor much Skillful artist, a bold, seductive colorits lifes blood. Within a very less disagreeable than that of the orist, but above all he alma at effect. His- sapping few the tree rots and falls away, dinary lighting gas, and resembles years IllumBhould no illusions; it tory wants inate and instruct, not merely give de- leaving the matapalo standing erect somewhat that of the smoke from a fire hollow, like a monster vegetable of green wood or leaves. The works in scriptions and narratives which Im- and devil-fis- h lying upon its back with its use are small, turning out daily about us. did not sufficiently Tacitus press tentacles horrid clasped together high nineteen thousand cubic feet of gas, causes and the inner develop springs Core-lik- e for the production of which quantity in air. the arbors of mataof events. He did not sufficiently study some two tons of sawdust are required, to are seen be in all facts palo of and did directions, (lie mystery thoughts, not sufficiently investigate and scru- each testifying to the tigering death of and a man and boy furnish all the labor that is needed for the purpose. tinize their connection, to give poster- some aylvan giant that formerly supInformation. Hisa and It ported ity Just Impartial opinion. Klekad Oat Ilia Own Tooth. tory, as I understand it, should know A Watertown, N. Y., man had the bow to catch men and people as they Ideas. but didn't wish to have the toothache, would appear in the midst of their The size of a mans world is the size epoch. It should take account of ex- of his ideas. Small ideas, small world. trouble to hunt up a dentist, and so ternal circumstances which would nec- Small world, Bmall man. The nature of concluded to remove the troublesome essarily exercise an important influ- the mans world is the nature of the tooth himself. It was a double tooth ence on their actions, and clearly see man. If his ideas are pure, he is pure. In the upper jaw, and badly decayed. He had no Instrument of any kind with within what limits that influence It his ideas stoop to low things he which to do the Job except a strong were The Homan emperors wrought must sink to the same low level. The but with this he proceeded to not so tod as Tacitus describes them. man with ideas rules The man string, society. about the tooth, and, hava hitch put I MontesTherefore am forced to prefer without ideas is the spongo that takes ing everything in readiness, made a critimore and his he is Just, quieu; up. Ideas are in the intellectual and loop on the other end of the line, put cism is closer to the truth. moral world, a standard as In the com- his foot in the loop and gave a strong In dlBCUBslng Christianity Napoleon mercial world. It takes a certain kick. Indeed, he kicked too hard and said: "Philosophers seek in vain a bet- number to measure up. the string broke. By this time the tooth Bishop Joyce. ter doctrine than one which has reconwas aching a good deal worse than at man with ciled himself, and guaranfirst, Girl For. yet the man did not lose his nerve, What Marry teed the peace and public order of peoRobert Bruces spider, decided like .but, I let have tkelr my always daughters ples, as well as the happiness and hope to it try again. This time he seized a The talk lasted for say about the color of the of Individuals. cord, made an extra good stronger of the and the arrangement dollies, two hours, and the interview ended by the aching molar, put his around hitch a movement not of Napoleon, but of said a sensible Atchison mother today. foot the and gave another through Wleland himself, who seemed weary of "I find, as a result, that hey are not in kick. This time loop line held, but the the to such a married. The get hurry Go, go, said the emperor, standing. tooth gave way and flew across the foundation of most girls desire to mart. gently, room. ry is to live in a house where they can The first, newspaper advertisement have their own way about the lamp The 300,000 miles of telegraph wire shades and dollies. Atchison Globe. appeared in 11652. la the United States would extend from THE AGED POET MEETS THE per-flo- ds Tree-KIllu-r. lamp-shid- ra Good-nigh- Bsston to San Francisco 100 times. Whra Nalara Needs assistance it may be beat to reabut one should rememder It .omi-tly- , ber to use even the moat perfect remedies only when needed. The beat and usual Impromptu bucket brigade ar- moat simple and gentle remedy Is the rived at the scene it was found that no fiyrup of Figs, manufactured by the water was to be had, every availubls California Fig Ryrup Company. supply being frozen and the ground aeeuia to have been Natures chief blunder covered with snow. Finally a bright oer iniike the earths Kiirhu-i- In to failure Idea struck some one in the crowd, and two layers him! devote the elevated section the suggestion was made that the party to the use of bicyclers. should use snow to subdue the flames The excited citizens divided, and one company rolled up snowballs about a foot in diameter and passed them on to others, who heaved them over on the The iron rrap of scrofula hus no Tb rapidly consuming structure. upon its victims. This demon mercy house being on the hillside mads thli blood is often not satisfied with the of a secured good as an easy matter, they dreadful sores, Uit racks the vantage ground on the hill above thi causingwitli tho pains of rheumatism matbody house, which rendered it an easy cures. ter to throw the snow over with ac- until Hoods Sarsaparilla I four years ago became afNearly curacy and effect. To make a long and rheumatism. scrofula with flicted story short, the fire was extinguished the in before it gained any headway main building, and the floors in one oi two other rooms were saved. The people in Smithland are still talking ahou' how they put out the fire. Running aorta broke oot on my thighs, of bone came oat and an operation pieces I m mama Hydranllo Dradta was contemplated. I had rheumatism in ' The largest hydraulic suction dredgi oat of shape. 1 loet apIn the world as claimed, has bees my legs, drawn np could not Bleep. I waa a perfect petite, built at Cairo, 111., to be used In tbs to grow worse and continued wreck. I rivwork of improving the Mississippi treatment to doctors the gave up er, and in its construction several hun- finally dred men were employed for many months. It is designed for cutting channels, and will drive through sanj bars at the rate of ten feet advanci every minute, cutting a swath sixty feet wide and six feet deep, this opera- take flood's Sarsaparilla. Boon appetite tion involving the handling of 3,006 came back ; the sores commenced to heaL cubic yards of material every hour, and My limb straightened ont end I threw Its pumping capacity is 6,000,000 gal- away my crutches. I am now stout and am farming, whereas foul lons of water per hour. The length oi hearty and ago I was a cripple. I gladlv recthe hull over all Is 172 feet, width oi years URBAN ommend Hoods Sarsaparilla. hull 40 feet, and depth amidship 7 feet Hammond, Table Grove, Illinois. 2 Inches; estimated weight of machinery, 800 tons; total weight, 1,200 tons; total .engine power, 3,000 horse power, The Immense power necessary to operate the great pumps is furnished by twin triple expansion 1,200 horse power engines with four cylinders, each capable of 200 revolutions per minute. la the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. L Inch suc- Prepared only by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell. Mass Each pump has a thirty-si- x tion pipe, which, with the ladders and cure liver Ills, easy to machinery necessary to operate them, flood,i S "1115 take, easy to operate. M, weigh some ninety tons. Ilia Fira. The citizens of Smithland, Ky., adopt-ea novel method of extinguishing a fire during the winter season. A blaze started in a residence, and wh'.n thi Ill ey Mi'.wl.alle-- I d - nppile Mad WeSB Hoods Sarsaparilla u, New Safety Miners Lamp. The new safety lamp for mines, operating upon a peculiar principle. It reported as being in successful use in A peculiarity of this lams Germany. la noted, namely, that It is not closed in any special way, like other lamps, and it matters very little whether oi not the workman, disregarding the regulations of the mine, succeeds In opening the lamp, for there is a special arrangement by means of which the flame la extinguished at the same instant. This is explained by there being in the Interior of the lamp glass a spring, which Is compressed when the upper piece is screwed down, which enables a cap to operate upon the wick In such a manner as to shift it aside, facilitating the lighting of the lamp and afterward the combustion; when the spring is worked in the contrary direction, the cap again operates upon the wick, and the flame ceases the moment the cap comes in contact with thi air. The lamp can be lighted without being opened. Jusor Insects. Attention has lately been called tc the irregularities of insect life on Kerguelen Island in the south Indian Ocean. The flies, beetles and other insects there are almost wingless. Doctoi Kidder, one of the latest visitors to th island, describes some of the files thus; They cannot fly, but seem to use tht vestigial wings In jumping when disturbed. They do not appear to jump in any definite direction, but spring into the air, buzzing the small wlnglett with great activity, and seem to trusl to chance for a spot on which to alight, tumbling over and over in the air.1 The reduction in size of the wings ot the Insects is ascribed to the effects oi disuse, resulting from the low temperature, the Inclement weather, the absence of shrubs and trees, and particularly the prevalence of tempestueui winds. Violent gales of wind prevail there. Dr. Kidder saya, to an extent unknown in the same northern latitude. Frequently It la impossible for a man to make his way about in the wind. The Columbia Catalogue is not a mere It gives convincing reasons why all who love pleasure and comfort in bicycling should select price-lis- t. STANDARD OF THE WORLD ElQn to all alike Your knowledge of bicycle making will grow by read- ing this interesting book. Free from tha Columbia agent or hjr ui for two stamps. 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