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MMKeKi3cto::iK3:M The next moment they were all rush- Sending the two boys to his study, hs dismissed the school. down stair. ing pell-meBut Both Ilresur and Felling were "My stiira!" shouted Frank; Its the off I now." outhouse. go though even Dr. Polluck felt a theyll Not g lie was right. There was a sudden touch of regret at the hiss of hla two 3 eoccgflttacoa black sheep. At Frexhfleld school their explosion, and Immediately the The boy of KrcMiut'ld school, at names will never be forgotten, for the btu st Into a muss of flames. which Frank but a bin) The doctor was beard above the ba- boys consider that their behavior In few weeks, hardly knew wbai to make bel of voices. the hour of trial more than atoned for of that young gentleman. Uorn and "It ii n for the engine you, Jackson!" their previous misdeeds reared In Texas, he had all the characJackson made off to the town; hut teristics of the typical American buy, In an Incredibly short space of time the ELECTRIC CARS. though his parents were English. whole wing appeared to be In flames T each Ita of within weeks few a Dying I'ml in CuNiiFdlfM with Ita musters, boys and domestics gaxlng other, they had left him to the rare of helplessly at the ronflagrallun. Milp ('himL hla relative in the old country, who The motor car has long been a famiThe next few minutes seemed an age placed him under Doctor Foil uck to to them, for they could do absolutely liar sight in the streets of Farts, and have him fitted for English commer- nothing. the French have shown great Ingenuity cial life. "Keep buck. boys. Here they come!" in the invention and improvement ot Ho apparently neither knew nor the doctor shouted, as the noise of the tbe different types of this convenient cared anything about cricket or fives; vehicle. It seems not unlikely that approaching engine was beard. but at running and swimming he bad before excited an pushed long It will be aa great a fafigure Suddenly proved himself equal to the best; and its way through the crowd; and Mr. vorite in Englund tm It la in France. he wee already looked to for ideas Joyce, the Junior master, mails a rush A scheme la on foot to supersede a when mischief was brewing. for the burning doorway. large number of the London omnibuses His latest proposal was causing n "Come back. Mr. Joyce, come back!" by electric vehicles It Is said that great commotion. Imbued with the waa the cry taken up on all sides. the electric omnibus la to surpass in Yankee spirit, he wanted to celebrate But the master dashed on; and only comfort and spaciousness anything of the Fourth of July. a few heard his "My papers! my pa- the kind hitherto constructed. MoreLike true Britons, the whole school pers!" as he disappeared Into the over, the service will be quicker, and had at first objected. Hut when Frank amoke. the banishment of the horse will make vaguely hinted of the muny new fireThe fire brigade was already getting the roads cleaner and 1cm unhealthful, works that he would show them how to work, and all waa bustle and excitemore particularly as nearly all the to make, and dilated on the fun they ment. main thoroughfares In London or of could have with them at this time "Is there anyone in the house? de- paved with wood. The motor car la to the year, their patriotism cooled, and manded their captain. be a leading factor In another great moat of them agreed to assist him. He waa answered by a cry from the enterprise. The grip of Liverpool on The elder boys, however. Jealous of boys. The unfortunate Mr. Joyce, hla the so loosFrank's growing popularity, did all retreat cut off by the rapidly advanc- ened shipping trade has been by the competition of Manchester scheme. they could to suppress the ing flames, appeared at an upper win- that the ship owners and the merchants There had been many angry disputes, dow. of the city have become alive to the for Frauk.accustomed to ladlng,chafed "Help! help! he shouted; bring the necessity of taking measures to retain under opposition; and a crowd was seem pel" their trade. They propose to Introduce now fiercely wrangling over the matter f But the fierce flames, bursting motor cars, each of which shall be caround the cricket pavilion. through the lower windows, rendered Who cares tuppence aliout the the escape useless. It was death for pable of drawing three wagons, carrying ten tona of produce. The wagons Fourth of July?" said Felling, their him to remain there; already the room are to be loaded at the ship'a side, and and tbs principal objector. beneath him was well alight; and the the special advantages of their use will I don't know anything about the crowd gazed horror-stricke- n at the be that goods can in this way be conFourth of July." master's desperate plight. veyed without transfer to other veOr anything else, I guess," put In But British firemen are never beaten. hicles direct to tbe warehouse, wherLook here, A yell of Frank, aggressively. delight went up as one of the ever It may Tbe be situated. you fellows; youre as good ae Ameriplucky fellows waa seen clambering will be utilized, for ordinary highways cans" Felling protested "Well, near- along the roof, with a rope attached to this purpose and no rails need be laid. ly as good; anyhow, you're not duffera hla body. To fasten one end to a chimneyIt Is expected that by this means the to stand out when there's such mighty -stack, slide down to the coping, cost of conveying merchandise to and fun aliout. and lower the other to the master, waa from Manchester and other towns will "Fourth of July be bothered!" shout- the work of a few seconds. be reduced to a point with which the T vote for the ed young Jackson. Cheer after cheer rang out aa through canal cannot compete, and the fun." ship the smoke the two were seen standing further expectation is that the railway "Fun!" said Felling; "all rot, together away from all reach of the But the Texan would stand no more. companies will be compelled in devouring flames. to lower their rates, which "Tell you what," said be, beginning By thla time the efforts of the fireto take off his coat; If you can lick men were will tell against the ship canal. again with their reward; meeting me, 1 reckon the thing can slide." and though It waa a hard struggle, they It Is believed that a fully loaded train moa In was Felling ready enough; to keep the fire from the rest of three wagons ran be drawn at a ment he threw off hie coat, and faced managed uniform speed of six miles an hour. of the building. bis challenger. before midnight the (limes were Another proposed application of the Just But It was not to be. Jackson, senand the boys sent the motor car Is that now under discussion finally between firemen subdued, ior, their captain, stepped by the town council of Dover. Kent, for off with three hearty cheers. them. The doctor had asked him to a number of horseless vehicles devoting us In for dormiIt Isn't the Lucky to the street scavengcrlng service of the keep an eye on Frank; and the youngtories." remarked Frank, as he turned ster looked no match for Felling, who Into bed that night or rather early town. was oue of the best fighters in the the next morning; though It doesn't school. matter much to me, I suppose. Guess fikuuk oil. What's the odds, Felling?" mid he. I shall be like my fireworks, ; and go off An Iowa expert gives the following Blow the Fourth of July! Let him suddenly. Information concerning the origin of hare his fireworks if he wants them." A few of them feebly, but skunk oil: "As 1 live In a district where The boys, though ever eager for a the rest took too laughed serious a view of the skunk Is only too well known, perfight, barked up their captain: and Frank's situation to appreciate his haps I may be able to answer your corFrank being well content with this Joke. , . respondents question about the origin waa the matter amicably compromise, My word," said young Jackson, softof akunk oil, commonly sold In the drug settled. to hlmaelf, won't there be a row stores around us as a remedy for rheuFor the next few days Frank was ly, matism. Skunks He In their holes durhard at work. Nearly all were ready There waa a hush of expectanry over ing the winter, never appearing above to assist him.' but only a faithful few all when the school assembled the next ground excepting on very line days. were permitted to have a hand In the morning, and the boys hardly dared Before retiring under ground they bearrangements. to breathe when the doctor ruse to ad- come well loaded with fat. When They made several surreptitious Jourdress them. killed, by drowning them by filling up neys Into the town, and had quickly Quietly and Impreaslvely he spoke, their holes with water, they are dug collected all' the necessary materials. on the aerlousneua of the preduelling out without producing any offensive At every available moment mysterious vious night's events, and then, sudodor. The sting bag' is removed, the denly holding up the charred case of skin is secured, and then the fat Is a squib, said: taken out and treated Just as the fat Now, lioya, one of the firemen of a hog is treated In making lard. The brought this to me. Which of you has preparation of skunk oil is a profitable been making flreworka? Industry during the winter munths. A For a moment no one spoke. German family near my residence does Come, boys," the doctor added, a considerable business In Its preparaternly. which of you has been mak- tion every year. ing fireworks?' "Now for explosion number two, InHit l'milllvr. Here goes. Please, muttered Frank. There's no doubt about It; Jack Is Ir. It was me. dead In love with you." You're sure A sigh of mingled relief and admiration escaped from the boya aa they re- of It, are you? "Sure of It? Of course I am. Hasnt he lent your young brothalised that their leader In the enterTruth. prise meant to take the responsibility. er his bicycle? "How comes this, Leicester?" the doctor demanded. VWhat were you doDRAMATIC DRIFT. ing with flreworka? are members of ThomThree They were for the Fourth, sir," reI made them to cele- as W. Keene's company this season. . plied Frank. "Miss Helyett reached ita one thoubrate It. air." "HELP! BRING THE ESCAPE." The doctor looked mystified. sandth performance at the Uouffes, meeting were being held In the outBut do you mean to aay that you Paris, recently. house abutting the left wing of the Hubert Wilke Is another of the operschool, the rest ot the boys loyally let them off In the "No. sir; I was keeping them for to- atic artists to appear In the continuous combining to keep nil knowledge of the proceedings from the authorities. day." performance theatens. But how came they alight?' thunIt was the evening of the third; and Hart Conway Is one of the last of the "Flreworka acton to Frank's preparation were practically dered Doctor Poltuck. open a school of acting, lie don't light themselves. complete. As soon after tea aa possiIs located In Chicago. I don't know, sir, faltered Frank. ble, ha and hla assistants slipped ont Miss Georgia Cayvan, now starring, I am aure I put them away quite by me to their temporary workshop, Is credited with a hit In her presenand were now putting the final touches safely. "I need hardly point out what the re- tation of Squire Kate. to thetr creatlona. Edwin Stevens is, in part, the late ot this must be, said the doctor, sult what are Hullo, young Jackson, you This la a most James Lewis' successor In Augustin doing wttfi that fuser' said Frank, turning to the boys. he had serious matter for all concerned In it. Daly's company. New York city. looking up from tbs Several of the traveling vaudeville Dont waste It. you lit- Aa for Leicester, who la obviously the Just finished. leader. It Is quite Impossible that hla companies have closed up this month. tle Idiot; we shall want that name should remain ou the books of Lack of patronage is given as the cause. Blanche Walsh is to return to the He snatched the burning fuse from this school. "I am very sorry, said Frank, tearGreat Diamond Robbery the boys hand, and throwing It on the company. She made a hit In this play last seaground, put hla foot on It. The supper fully. "But It was all my fault." "No. It wasn't! bell then ringing, their thlnge were son. The whole srhool turned, startled by packed away in Franks locker, and the "Shannon of the Sixth Is a new play this sudden Interruption. boys trooped off to the dining halL Edward E. Kidder which Is provby Twos Felling, stung Into speech by ing a success with W. H. Bowers as the Polling ran against Frank In the the manly way In which Leicester was star. doorway. I say. Mr. Yankee Doodle, you taking the blame. Daniel Sully, the well known Irish havent told ui how you're going to "What does this mean, retting?" comedian, has changed tbe title of his let em off," he Jeered. rclllng, flushing and paling by turns, play, The Millionaire. to "O'Brien the Frank hadn't thought of that, so looked a pit In lile object. Contractor. took refuge In a lofty alienee. I did It. sir." he gasped; I wanted Arthur W. Flnero, one oT the beef was the rule "No talking." during to spoil bis fun! and most successful of English known but as soon as that meal nipper-timThis Is most extraordinary said playwrights living, was In ft77 an acwas over, the point raised by Felling the doctor. "Did what?" tor. playing small parts was eagerly discussed. fire to them, air. I found a bit R. N. Stephens Is to write another "Fine specimen of Ysnkee cuteness!" ot Sot fuse alight In the outhouse after play for E. II. Sothcrn. He Is also to You won't let dare he. to trrehed he'd gone, and I threw It In hla locker." write a modern comedy fur the Lyceum them off. And, fairly overcome- by the terrible theater, New York city, stock comWon't I dare?" said Frank. "I'll or hla spite, he burst out blub- pany. result show you bering. Suddenly cries of Fire! fire! and Mexico hoe vast deposits of onyx and The boy'e evident distress so moved of women's screams from the kitchen, more. he marbls. Polluck said little Doctor that stllL heart stand mode eve'v hoy's Expelled Disgraced caw Leii-ebie- ll 4, i WONDERFUL STREAM. AV-JSE- t ANTES CREEK AFFORDS CHANCE FOR ADVENTURE. out-huu- ue b-- Kipluraliaa Mads bf 1 tiraa Hoy tbs fact That Marti Uuidaa (iraadaar A bun a da Kawarfcabla blub Salat aail bubwrraaraa iaaM. Ita-im- EVERAL weeks ago a Funnsylvauia . exchange printed a description of tbe cavern, or kVifli curlou Unit-fllira- tr vice-capta- in I" self-defen- - 1 ex-sta- rs ?" set-pie- ce ! e, i - - on sink-hole- ," the farm of John Eng-le-r, in Nlppenoue valley. Since that time photographs have been made ot the interior of a till more remarkable sink-hol- e, on the property of Mr. George Sanderson, In the Antes creek gap. This sink-hol- e Is but one of a aeries located within a stone'a throw of each other, any one of which Is very interesting. The bole In which the photographs were taken tor Grit Is a rod or more south of the big spring that forma the head of Antes creek. Ita depth la about CO feet, and In this monster chasm stands a broken wall of rock that has the appearance of some day having been shaken asunder by an earthquake. Great trees grow out of the bottom of the hole. It Is a slight task to reach the bottom of the cavern, for a quite well worn path affords the curious an opportunity to Investigate. Once on the bottom, with the black, Jagged rocks towering far above your bead, the novelty and this natural wonder breaks grandeur upon you. Down In the darkest corner of the cavern is a pool of dark green water. The depth of this pool like the spring referred to above Is very deep, and a false step or a plunge would send one to hie doom. Fen cannot depict a description of this rockbouud hole in tbe earth which is only equalled In wonderment by several other like sink-holwithin a radius of a quarter of a mile from this one. One of the other sink-hole- s, a little farther Bouth, is over 70 feet deep, with sides so that one cannot make tbe descent without the aid of ropes. In order to catch a glimpse of the green pool that a lo forma the bottom of this hole one must cling to the trees that d sides. But grow over ita few persons have ever gone to the bottom of thla hole, most visitors being satisfied with a glance Into Its threatening depths from the outer rim. It Is Said that fine trout have already been caught from the pool ut the bottom of this hole. This Is not discredited, for the water that forms the pool goes to create Antes creek, at the big spring a half a mile below, and that the underground channel Is directly connected with these groat holes Is universally conceded, says a writer In Pennsylvania Grit. It is told of the late George W. Youngman, Esq., that when a boy, together with several Juvenile 'companions, he went to the bottom of one of these and with the aid of a pry, made an opening sufficiently large to admit the passage of a body. This passage opened into the unexplored regions of a great care, and Into this the boys scrambled. With tbe aid of torches they wpre enabled to explore the wonderfully wrought subterranean passages. Mr. Younginan declared that they walked In a dfiutheast-erl- y direction for nearly a mile, making their way over walls of rock and along d stream. The roof of the the cavern, he said, waa a picture of grandeur, the rays from their torches revealing the most beautiful stalactite formations. That the exploration made by Mr. Youngman and his boy friends was repeated Is not in evidence, but that the wonderful underground scenery Is yet to be beheld by those who will undertake the task Is without a doubt. In which sink-ho- le It was that the boys found the entrance to the cave la not definitely known, although it is generally belleVed that it Is the one located near the Rauch's gap road. Here is an opportunity for some of our local adventurers to distinguish themselves. Who knows, perhaps some of the wonders of famous Luray caverns await those who will successfully penetrate this underground opening? The water known as the big spring," which forms the head of Antes creek, is of itself a curiosity. The great body water begins at the foot of green-tinte- d of a sharp declivity, circular In its form, wltb an opening to the north, wathrough which the suddenly-free- d ters start on their course to the river, three miles away. There Is no nibbling or commotion in this spring It is but an outpouring of the water that for nearly five miles, through Nippenose valley, make! Its way rlverward far underground. One day last week a measurement of the depth of thla spring was attempted. A rope nearly 300 feet In length was obtained, to one end of which woe fastened a heavy block of Iron. Thla iron waa dropped Into the water and the rope gradually and steadily played out. Down, down, down went the Iron, until every Inch of the et rope was submerged yet it had not struck bottom. This test but adda another element of wonder to the many curiosities that abound In this Antes creek region. Even though it 'flows as an open stream nearly three miles before emptying Into the river, the water of the Antea creek seldom freezes. For the first mile after gushing out of the mountain' at the big spring the water never freesee. This Is undoubtedly due to the high temperature of tbe water caused by Its long underground course. The theory advanced by tome Is that there le an underground lake of considerable magnitude beneath that section of Nippenose appear. valley In which these elnk-holes us rock-ribbe- Hlnk-bole- s, green-creste- 300-fe- ee Whatever the cause may be. Antes THE OLD MAN. IT creek and its curious caverns are a I rl Aaay with lliu source of much inier-s- t to those who They 1IIm Hi Hug. are scientifically inclined, and to the down to the ruiiur-ba- u The old man adventurer or explorer the sink holes most reprehensia .'calling siuiiuii afford a wide field of research and ble dog. I.' .tiling is tianily the word, for iu reality he dragged the unwilling animal afti-- tbe fashion of a sled. FROM NEWSPAPER FILES. With coaxing words lie lured the scrag; safeof Krcord gy beast on. and Anally he got it Advartikeuirnta I'uiitain a the ou beuch t shady be ly slowed under llUMiirifi llUtory. a paper A lawyer from the south, who was side of the station. He bought wait to twenty down settled aud receutly in Philadelphia, tella an ad- then, Mr. train. for the cityward minutes It a mural. vertising story that points marked bad Mr. and Jodyngs Huffman seems he bad been intrusted wltb the man and had commission of finding certain possible the approach of the old trouble when his at somewhat smiled American heirs to tbe estate of an with greatest back had pulled English decedent In making thla In- the dog said Mr. It." isn't force. It's funny, It found quiry," aald the lawyer, "I reasonotherwise an that Jodyngs, necessary to examine the files of leadtake up with will man sane and able and ing newspapers in Philadelphia treat It as a New York, covering quite a long pe- such a dog as that and and aald assented, Mr. Huffman riod. It seemed an endless task, ow- pet? would man go Inold tbe he supposed coning largely to the fact that I was if wrath of anything to paroxysms tinually getting Interested in some arwere to happen the dog. That sugticle or advertisement that had no posMr. Jodyngs nearly sible connection with the matter In gested an Idea, and as he thought upon with burst laughter enwhich But hand. that especially Idea. that gaged my attention while perusing "Suppose we steal the dog and put It these back numbers was tbe advertiseon the northbound train, and when tbs ments of certain business men and man finishes bis paper and goes to old commercial houses that were constanttake the city train he will be furious. When ly recurring throughout the files. was Mr. Jodyngs' Idea, and Mr. This they first attracted my attention they Huffman came near exploding, It was didn't occupy a great deal of apace, so sat down next Huffman Mr. funny. but grew constantly larger as tbe the old man, so as to conceal the workdates of the files came nearer the ings of Mr. Jodyngs, and Mr. Jodyngs, present time, until they filled pages, with suppressed snorts of laughter, unand from first to last, whether solid or tied the twine and hauled the dog display matter, they told their story around the corner of the station and clearly and impressively about what into the express office, where he paid the advertiser had to sell. In these a glad dollar and expressed the sorry well worded advertisements I seemed beast to a fictitious John Smith at S to be reading the history and viewing station a dollar's worth up the line. tbe prosperous growth of the houses The old man continued reading, while that had inserted them. Being a the up train stood at the platform, and stranger In both cities and not familiar he did not wake up until the whistle of with the places of business about which the Incoming cityward engine waa I had been reading so much In the sounded at the road crossing. Then he newspaper files, I determined to gratify looked hastily for his dog. my curiosity by visiting some of them. "Where's that dog? he asked of bis This I did and found colossal buildwho had ings, great emporiums of trade, em- gathered about In obedience to the inploying hundreds, and in some in- vitation of Mr. Jodyngs. With fierce stances thousands of men and women. peals of laughter Mr. Huffman told him From some members of these firms I that the household pet was on the way would seek information regarding the to Milwaukee. Mr. Huffman explained history of his house, telling how I had the Joke, and clapped the old man on followed its career through the adver- the back in delight tisements I had read In the newspaper The face of the latter waa a study. files, and without exception I was asHe looked at Mr. Huffman wonder-tnglsured that the rapid growth and extension of the business was due more By thunder!" he cried, that's funto judicious newspaper advertising ny! You see, I brought the dog to the than to any other single factor. One station intending to carry him man who waa conducting an Immense as far In toward town as Jefferson business told me It was almost entirely Park and there I bad Intended to kick the product of newspaper advertising. him off. He's a blamed nuisance He stated that he commenced business around the house, and I wanted to get with a capital of 110,000, of which rid of him the worst way. Much amount he invested 2,500 in stock obliged, Jodyngs. and 37,500 In advertising, and at the But Mr. Jodynfea, with hla mind end of the first year had doubled hla dwelling on his dollar, was a pillar of capital; that he continued to Increase silence. Chicago Record. his advertising and the double process continued and finally quadrupled. He llow Eagles Fly. said his house was then well known An eagle circling In the air maintains and his business fully established, and hla wlnga steadily motionless, but be he felt that he should be relieved of his tail as wide aa possible and the expense of advertising, but other spreads like the quarter revolution of It works houses In his line had sprung up, comscrew. The reactionary force which a petition was active, and he found he he thus displaces drives him forward, must continue advertising to hold the more force of pressure by and, exerting trade he had acquired. Philadelphia wltb one side of his tail than with the Times. other, he diverts bis course either to the right or the left. The change in the For the 1 terra veil Families. bird's position is attended with short, After the conflagration of the Ring quick motions, as the point of one wing theater In Vienna in 1881 a large sum is stretched forward, while that of the was contributed for the indigent fam- other Is turned backward correspondilies of the victims. This sum amounts ingly. at the present dsy to 1.32H.T36 florins, These short, convulsive movements the annual Income of which is 89,817 of the tail escaped the observations of florins; this Is distributed in equal pro- the ornithologists until quite recently, widows and 107 and the feet of them not being noted portions to eighty-eigchildren of those who perished in the caused many exhaustive articles to be flames. Exchange. written on the Mystery of the Eagle's Stein der Weisen, the AusFlight trian naturalist, appears to have been Where Hr Failed. moYou know Fakely, the first to notice the rudder-lik-e Crlmsonbcak: tions of the eagle's tail. He says? Yes. Yeast: the mind-readeWell, yesterday he had to go back to These motions of the tail would probtbe house three times to ascertain ably have escaped me also, but for the why hla wife tied a little piece of cord fact that I had so often observed the around hie finger. Yonkers States- - peculiar construction of the side tail feathers." It le intereating to the naturalists and the laymen alike to know CURIOUS FACTS. that the mystery of the eagles flight SL Louie A flowering plant la aald to abstract has at last been explained. Republic. from the soil two hundred times Ita own weight in water during Its life. Imitation of Rain. The world's population la aald to of rain are Imitated The phenomena 109 100 women to average men, every while eight-nintof the sudden deaths by Pref. Errera of Brussels university In a beaker. Tbe glaaa, 8 Inches tall are of males. by 5 In diameter, la half filled with 92 In Asia It la estimated there are cent alcohol, covered with a saucer per 557,879-00F in Inhabitants; ipe, and thoroughly heated over a water-batIn Africa, 163,953, in Amerwithout boiling the liquid. It a ica, 121,713,000, and in Australia, 3,230,-GOthen carefully removed to a wooden table. Soon the alcohol vapor la conA curious use for paper Is announced densed Into visible clouds by tbe coolin the form of a bathing towel, which saucer. Innumerable minute dropconsists of a full suit of blotting pa- ing lets of rain fall and the clouds become Into which the bather steps from per, lowered away from the sauthe water. It dries the entire body in gradually cer. The miniature storm may laat a second. half an hour. The action la intensified The distinction among animals erf re- If the warm saucer la replaced by a cold quiring least sleep belongs to tbe ele- one. Whirlwinds and squalls are prophant. In spite of Its capacity for hard duced when the alcohol la very warm work, the elephant seldom, If ever, and If the liquid le warmer on one aide sleeps more than four, or occasionally the clouds may be seen to rotate around five hours. For two hours before mida horizontal axle Exchange. night .and again for two hours after one o'clock, these ml born mountains Hopeful. sleep. A gentleman from London visiting Gold In transit acrose the Atlantic Scotland, having heard that a man rewests," however tightly it may be siding In tbe district where he had put packed. It la usually sent in stout up had Just completed the lUOth year and as as In poskegs squeezed tightly of hla age, and being anxious to see the sible, but there is a regular allowance centenarian, paid him a visit In the for lose by attrition upon the voyage, course of conversation the cockney and In the course of years this loss to congratulated the old man on the the commercial world amounts to a healthy appearance he bad at hie time large sum. of life, but. says he, I presume you Carrier pigeons bare been used for do not expect to see the end of ana great many purpose, one of the latest other 100 years?" 'I'm noo very sure being on board fishing boats, whence about that You mum mind I'm a they are now let loose In the morning heap stronger the noo thin whin I when the nets or lines are hauled, with started wi' the first hunner," was the a message attached to their wings, in- old man's reply. forming the curer or agent on shore of the amount of the catch and when the Glass bottles were made In Brooklyn boot is likely to arrive. in 1754. fellow-townsme- city-bou- n, y. to-da- y, self-kicki- ht r? hs 825,-954,0-00 0; Tit-Bit- ! s.