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TRAOT (rives as much Btrength
and nourishment as a cask of ale,
without being Intoxicating. It is
highly bene lieial for use at meal
timo for convalescent-), weak chil
dren and ladies, and as a general
tonic for the w eak and debilitated.
Insist upoiLtho cennino .IOIIANN Hot'Vs,
which must nave tlio ainnaturo of "JOHA.NN
linn-" ou the ti"ek lnbel.
Eisner ic Mcndelson Co.,
Solo Agents, New
She Could Speak Italian.
Toward 0 o'clock tho other afternoon,
Just when the residents of t hat neighbor
hood were homeward bound, a half grown
Italian boy, Mattering and crying by turns,
was making his way slowly through Fif
tieth Street, not far from Sixth avenue.
He stopped often, looked up and do WB in
a bewildered way, and talked and gesticu
lated, ending eat h tirade With a burst of
tears. Persons stopped and listened sym
pathetically, divining that he was lust, but
nobody seemed ablo to suggest a way out
of his dilemma.
Presently a young woman, ono of the
natty sort, who take to shiTt fronts and
aloft cutaway jackets, approached. Like
the others, she noticed the lad, and, like
them, she stopped. He nt onco began his
harangue, looking hopelessly at her, Sho
replied in his own tongue and the lad's
face grew radiant. Rapidly ho went on
talking, sho listening calmly and without
effort. When he had done sho took out a
tablet, and, tearing off a leaf, wrote some
thing at the boy's dictation.
Then she turned to a boy standing near
who was intensely interested. "This little
fellow," she said, "wants to go to Harlem
to this address. He got put off a Fifty
eighth street train nt Fiftieth street and
came to thu street instead of goiug on.
Won't you take him back ami see him
aboard a Harlem train?"
And thrusting a coin into the guide's
hand and the address in readable Ameri
can into that of tho Italian she hurried
away, followed by musical phrases from
the rescued boy, which were presumably
not maledictions. New York Times.
n)iv a Woman Pulls lip an Awning.
Mum would you pull up an awning?" a
man abruptly asked his wife.
"An awning?" she replied. "Why, very
much as you would, I suppose" That's
funny," said the man reflectively, "I was
riding on a Brooklyn streetcar yesterday
afternoon when 1 saw a woman on a piazza
pushing away nt an awning rope. If 1
were lifting an awning I'd reach us high
as I could on the rope and pull straight
down like a sailor, but this woman kept
her hands almost at a level of her waist
and pushed the rope down a few inches nt
"why, of course," said bis wife. "Sho
couldn't raise her arms above her head
her dress would't let her. Dresses won't
unless they nre made for tennis or unles9
they are tea gowns."
"II m, well," said tho man, still moro
reflectively. "Haven't I read something
boot somebody who called this the wo
man's century? It neems to be the century
of woman's clothes." New York Recorder.
Manager Angustin Daly la credited with
having the very linest dramatic library in
the United States. Mr. Daly is in love
with his library, and la credited with not
caring what a precious tome costs him so
long as he secures it.
Mr. Thomas J, McKee is the owner of an
extraordinary dramatic library, which dif
fers from the Daly collection in the rich
profusion of dramatic programmes, por
traits and photographs that supplement
it. In the matter of old play bills alone
this collection bos been cited at times as
the most reins kable collection iu the
Manager A. M. Palmer owns a fino dra
matic library, and that in the? possession
of the Dunhrp society, organised to pre
serve mementoes of the stage, is assuming
the proportions of a notable collection.
Lawyer J. II. V. Arnold, an enthusiast in
books, has gathered together some of the
rarest specimens of play bills and dramatic
tomes, New York Sun.
Hn Saved Ills Clothes.
While A large party, among whom was
an elderly Scotch professor, was shooting
on the moors iu Perthshire it suddenly lie
gan to rain. There was no shelter in the'
neighborhood, and the Sportsmen made the ;
best of their misfortune by sitting down :
and getting drenched. But the professor, !
as soon as the shower began, wandered off,
and was not seen during the hour the rain
fell. When it ceased he reappeared, nnd to
every ofie's surpriso t,' ere was not A drop
Of rain on hisclotli.es.
The wet sportsmen were annoyed as well I
as surprised, thinking ho had discovered a
place of shelter. But the professor was '
reticent, and It was with difficulty that at
last they persuaded him to tell how he had
managod to keep dry. "Directly the raiu
came on," said he, "I stripped and sat on
rny clothes till it censed." San Francisco
Sally Friddly' Strange Powers.
Sally Friddly keeps behind her closet
door a tow linen towel. It has hung there i
for forty years all told.
Now, when Sally Friddly wants a notch- i
bor's cow to yield to lier own milk pail she
puts into said pail a l ilver dollar it may
bo the rare dollar of 1804, Then sho goes
to the tow linen towel and repeats some
such jargon as this:
Tho milk for her,
The cream for mo.
Saw, firownlo, saw.
Or "Saw, Daisy," or any nnme her neigh- i
bor's cow may possess.
She always gets the Cream. She is very j
oonsiderate and does not take milk from
Ofle cow oftenor than once iu every two or !
three weeks. This enables everybody to ;
fare alike. Chicago News.
Savage monoy lias an advantage ovei
ours because it Is used both for ornament 1
and coin, so that savnpes literally have ail ;
they possess on their ' ks. Ono need not
look far to find some ymnant of the cus j
torn among the hlehly civilized.
The importance of microbes to the I
growth of plants Iias been practically dem
onsti.ited by M. Ijuirent, of France, who
Obtained only one-fourth as much buck
wheat from sterilized mold as he did from
Boil swarming with bacteria
PEOPLE WITH WHOM TRAINED WRIT
ERS HAVE TO CONTEND.
Blarlim Crawford Tells About tho Com
petition Agalftlt Wliicb Newspaper
Men Find It !li Hiiixlcst to Struggle
Qualities of n, Ki porter.
After cutting ft score of pases ho begun
to look for tfie editor's letter. The vol
times had been sunt him for review, and
Wen Accompanied by the usual note, Btat
iuj? with appalling cynicism the number of
v0rVl3 he wtis expected to write am criticism
of each' production.
"About a hundred wonts apiece," wroto
the literary editor, "and please return the
books with notices Monday at 19 o'clock,
at the latest."
It was Thursday, and there were six
volumes to" lie read, digested and writ
ten about, (leorge made a short calcula
tion, lie most, do two each day Friday,
Saturday and Sunday in order to leavo
himself Monday morning as a margin in
OSM of accident. Six books, ('00 words, or
rather more than half a column of the
paper for which he wrote. That meant
live dollars, for the work was well paid, as
being supposed to require some judgment
and taste on the part of the writer.
There was of course nothing of much
importance in the heap of gayly bound
printed mat ter, nothing to justify n serious
article and nothing which George would
cure to read twice. Nevertheless the exi
gencies of the book trade mu.st bo MtUfled
and notices must appear and editors must
lind persons willing and able to write such
noticesat prices varying from fifty cents!
to one dollar apiece. Nor was there any
difficulty about this.
George knew thai the pay was very good
as times went and that there were dozens
of starving old maids and hungry boys
who would do the work for less and would
perhaps do it as well as hu could. Xor was
he inclined to quarrel with the conditions
which allowed him so short a time for tho
accomplishment of such a task. He had
Worked at second class reviewing for some
tune and- washing past the period of sur
prises. On tlii! contrary, he looked upon
the batch of publications w ith considerable
QUALIFICATIONS OF A JOUI1XALIST.
The regularity with which such parcels
hod arrived during the last few months
was a proof that he was doing well, and it
Seemed probable that in the course of the
coming year he might be Intrusted? With
more important work. Onco or twice al
ready he had been instructed to write a col
umn, and those were white days in his
recollections, llo felt that with a perma
nent, engagement; to produce a column a
week be should be doing very well, but ho
knew how hard that was to obtain.
No one who has not earned his bread by
this kind of lalsir can have any idea of the
crowd that hangs upon the outskirts of
professional journalism. A crowd not
seeking to enter the ranks of the regular
newspaper men, but hoping to pick up the
Crumbs that fall from the table which ap
pears to them so abundantly loaded. To
be a professional journalist in America a
man must In nine cases out of ten begin as
a reporter. He must possess other qualifi
cations besides those of the literary man.
He must have an iron constitution and un
tiring nerves. He must be ablo to sit in n
crowded room under the glaring gaslight
and write out his impressions at an hour
when ordinary people are in bed and asleep.
He most possess that brazen assurance
which sensitive men of tate rarely have, i
for he will be called upon to interview all !
sorts and conditions of men when t In y j
least expect it, and generally when they
least like it. Ho must have a keen in- i
stinct for business, in order to outwit nnd
Outrun his competitors in the pursuit of
fleWS. I.ver on the alert, ho must not
dwell upon the recollections of yesterday
lest they entwine themselves into the re
port, of today.
Altogether the commencing journalist
must be a remarkable being, and most re
markable for a set of qualities which are
not only useless to the writer of books, but
winch, if the writer possessed them, would ;
. a. , , , ....
notiimy ninuer nis success, jiiero Is no
such thing as amateur journalism possible
within the precincts of a great newspaper's
offices, whereas the outer doors are besieged
by amatenrsof every known and unknown
PARASITES OP JOURNALISM.
In the critical and literary departments
tho dilettante is tho cruel enemy of those
who are driven to write for bread, but who
lack either the taste, the qualifications, or
the opportunities Which might give them a
neat within, among the reporters' desks.
Crudest of all in the eyes of the poor scrib
bler is the well to do man of leisure and
culture who is personally acquainted with
the chief editor, and writes occasional criti
cisms, often the most important, for noth
ing. Then there is the young woman who
has been to college, who lacks nothing, but
i3 ever ready to write for money, which she
devotes to charitable purposes, thereby de
priving some unfortunate youth ol the dol
lar a day which means food to him, for
whoso support the public is not already
taxed. But she knows nothing about Mm,
and it amuses her to bo connected with the
press nnd to have the Importance of ex
changing a word with tho editor if sho
meets him in thu society aho frequents.
Tho young man goes on t he itceustomed
day for tho new books. "I have nothing
for you this week, Mr. Tompkins," says
the manager of t he literary department as
politely as possible, The books are gone
to the Vassar gi.-l or to tho rich idler, and
poor Tompkins must not hopotoearn his
daily dollar again till soveu or eight days
have pawed. His only consolation is that
tho dawdling dilettante can never get all
tho work, because ho or sho cannot write
fast enough to supply the demand. With
out the spur of neeeiisity it is impossible to
read and review two volumes a day for any
length of time.
It is hard to combine justice to an author
with the necessity for rushing through his
books at a hundred pages an hour. It Is
Imbed Important to cut every leaf, lest tho
aforesaid literary manager should accuse
poor little Mr. Tompkins of carelessness
and superficiality la his judgment, but it
is quite impossible that Tompkins should
read every word of tho children's story
book, of the Volume of second class ser
mons, of tho collection of fifth rate poetry,
and of the harrowing tale of city life, enti
tled, "The Bucket of Blood; or, the Wash
erwoman's Bcvon'ge," all of which have
come nt once, and are simultaneously sub
mitted to his authoritative criticism. Ma
rion Crawford in Iloniemaker.
Pathetic Death of a Regimental Pot.
A famous regimental pet In days gone by
was Black Bob, a horse which belonged
to the Kighth King's Royal Irish Light
dragoons now hussars. Black Bob was
foaled at the Cape, his dam being nu Irish
mare, his siro a Godolphin barb, nndbe bo
came tho favorite charger of Hollo Gilles
pie, colonel of the Royal Irish, fte berate
Gillespie fell at Kalunga (ISM), and after
that all'alr Black Bub was put up at for auc
tion, "with his snildlo anil housings still
spotted with the blood of his gallant mas
ter." Gillespie was greatly beloved by the
Knyal Irish, and they determined not to let
his charger go out of the regiment Tho
upset price was S00 guineas, and an officer
of the Twenty-fifth Bight dragoons bid
400 guineas, but the Irish troopers subse
quently subscribed .Mm guineas among
themselves, and so rfl wk Hob liecame their
Black Hob jb Indeed "ninde much of"
by his now ofners lie always marched
at the head of the regiment, and could dis
tinguish the trumpets of the Kighth from
those of any other corps. It is said that he
was particularly partial to tho air of "(lar
ryoweu," always pricking his ears when
the band struck up tho national tune. At
length, when the liighlli were ordered
home, circumstances rondered it Impera
tive that their ,:petJJ should be sold, and
black liob was bought by a civilian at
Cawnpore, to whom the Irish troopers re
turned half the purchase money on his sol
emnly undertaking that the old horso
should pass the remaiuder of his days iu
As days passed by, and Bob saw no more
the familiar uulforms and heard no moro
the trumpets nor tho voices of his old com
rades, he began to pine uway, refusing his
corn and any other food that was offered
him, so bin owner had him turned out into
n paddock. Hut the moment ho was freo
Black l!ob jumped tho bamboo fence and
galloped off to tho cantonments of tho Ku
ropean cavalry. Making for the panda
ground the old horse trotted up whinny
ing to the saluting point, and on the spot
where he had so often taken post with
Ratio Olllaapta on his back, watching the
squadrons of the Royal Irish dellle past,
Black liob fell down and died. London
America's Oldest Mnsonlo Lodge.
The Pennsylvania Gazette of December
8, lT.'tO, contains the earliest printed notice
of Tree and Accepted Masons in. America.
In November, 1"4, Mr. Henry Nil, at that
time residing in Lancaster, Pa., wrote to
Dr. Thomas Cadwallader, of Philadelphia,
as follows! "As you well know, I was one
of theoriginatorsof the first Masonic lodgo
iu Philadelphia. A party of us used to
meet at t he Tun tavern, in Water street.
utui opened a lodge there. Onco in the fall
of 17110 we formed a design of obtaining a
1 charter for a regular lodgo, and made ai-
plication to the grand lodge of Kugland
for one, but beforu receiving it we heard
that Daniel Coxe, of New Jersey, had been
appointed by that grand lodgo as provin
cial grand master of New York, New Jer
sey and Pennsylvania. We therefore mndo
application to him and our request was
hen Benjamin Franklin succeeded
' Humphrey Murray, in 17.'1, as Worshipful
! master, he was the editor and printer of
j the Pennsylvania Oasatta, and tlio fol
! lowing announcement appeared in tho
j columns of his own newspaper: "l'hiladel
j polo, June 87, 171H. Monday last a grand
lodge of the Aneientand Honorable Society
I of Free and Accepted Masons was held at
I the Tun tavern, on Water street, when
Benjamin Franklin, being elected grand
I master for the year ensuing, appointed
John Oapp to be his deputy, and James
I Hamilton, Esq., and Thomas Hopkinson
I Gent ware chosen wardens. After which
; a very elegant entertainment was provided,
I ftnd the proprietor, Thomas Venn, the gov
; ernor and several other persons of distinc
tion honored the society with their pres
ence.' llns paragraph was reprinted in
several of I he London papers at that time.
Sho Introduced Herself.
A round faced, thrifty looking German
woman presented ono of Uncle Sam's
checks at tho cashier's window in the sub
treasury in Wall street, and placing an old
fashioned leathern pooketbook on the little
glass shelf waited complacently for her
The cashier's assistant looked nt tho
check and at tho woman, and In a business
like way said: "You will have to bring
somebody to identify you."
"Yah, das ist mine," said tho woman
with a genial smile.
"But I don't know you," said tho young
man persuasively. "Can you not bring
somebody to identify you?"
"Yah, daa ist mine," repented tho wom
"You don't understand" said the cash
ier's representative. "This check is made
payable to Wilhelmlna Ueekshauscn. I
am not acquainted with you, and I cannot
pay you until you bring somebody to iden
tify you I mean to introduce you."
"Ach introduction? Oxcuso mo. I for
got dat. Mister Cashier, I was Wilhel
mina Heckschauseu. Now, you please, gif
me dat money."
The woman was so obviously honest and
the amount of the check was so small that
tne cashier paid it without further ques-
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' sura nines.
How to Tell Whether fiathing it Injurious.
A person can easily determine with ono
indulgence whether or not open uir bath
ing is hurtful to him. If circulation is
speedily restored after ho has left tho
water; if his skin is well reddened, and he
is soon well warmed up and as strong
and "lively" as when ho took his first
plunge, then he may properly assume
that his bath has done him good. If, on
on the other hand, his skin continues cold
and clammy for fifteen or twenty minutes,
notwithstanding the brisk rubbing he
gives himself, and for an hour or moro
afterward he is weak, dull and languid,
then he may lie tolerably certain that there
la something wrong w(th him which for
bids cold bathing. Boston Herald.
Tho Gallery God as Critic.
The gallery god is the best critic of mel
odrama. The essential feature of good
melodrama is thrill, and be always thrills
nt tho proper time and is not afraid to
manifest the same. The thrill may ex
tend down stnirs, but somehow the atmos
phere down thefe is not so highly charged
with enthusiasm, or else the high priced
patrons are averse to showing their feel
ings, so they thrill in silence if at all and
Weep under tho pretense of wiping their
eyeglasses. Not so tho gallery god. He Is
outspoken in bis praise or condemnation.
Ho knows n good point when ho seen it,
mid ha is not nfraid to say so. Moreover,
if the melodrama does not come up (o his
standard, which is pretty high, he uever
goes ngain. --Washington Post. '
In a Japanese Thoator.
A Japanese-audience, when they wish to
express disapproval of n bad play, do not
hiss or hoot or make any hideous nnd in
convenient noise. They merely rise to
their feetand turn their backs to the stage,
upon which tho curtain immediately do
fcoendl, and the play is forthwith tabooed.
WEAK MEN Y0UR attention
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IF YOU SUFFER frr Ner-
in ..in .v-vnns Ija-
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arise from ovor-lndulgonco and M t.u . . m
Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vw
ion. Premnt lire Old A40 and many other dis
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mid IB early crave, writofor n pamphlet.
Addrora UliAY MKDK'INJS 00." lluffalo,
N. Y. Tho Bpeolfla Medicine Is sold by nil
flranlats at ? per packat;o, or fix packages
fur Ui.or Mint by insil on receipt of monoy.and
with every lYi.HI order WC RUARAlvT-f:
n cure or money rcfiui'!"d, 1 mi "I
HFOn account of counterfeits wo have
adopted tho Yellow Wrapper, tho only genu
ine, bold in Seranton bv Mut thews 1 rut
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By Dr. Bhimborg,
The Spoeialtot on tlie F.yo. HaadaohM ni
'Nrrvoiisnow rellevoi. Late.t nnd Improved
Btylo of Kye Glasses nnd BpeOstslai nt Ilia
.owoat Price Host Artl:icial iiyei iusi-rtod
tot SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat Office.
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Minneapolis. The committee reports
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Gouldsboro-S A. Adams. Gold Molal Urand
MOSCOW GaiM ft Clements, Gold Modal.
I.nko Ariel- James A. ilortroo. Gold Medal.
Forest City-J. L. Morgan ii Co., Gold Mocla
and Old Sores
Are cnllrelj removed by P.P.P.
Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas
elu:n, tho greatest blood pm-illcr on
Anranpra, O. . Jnly 21 , 1891.
Mnsnns. Liep!N Unos. , ssvnnr.ab.
On.: l)::An sins I boosht n buttle of
jour p. P. P. at Hot Sprtnn. Ark. .and
it hns dono mo moro (rood th:,a threo
months' treatmontnttho HotHpnaya.
Hgnil throe boitlos C. (. 1.
JAS. M. KFWTOM,
Aberdeon, Brown County, 0.
i J. !, .lotinslon.
To all whom it tiwy mnttrni I hero
by toialfy to tho wenilerfn! propertleo
of P. P. P. lor eruptions of trio skin. I
BufTered for several years '.vlthan un
sightly and di-u'ree.ihle et-.uitlon 00
my face. I tried every known remo
dy but In vain, until p. P. P. was usod,
and am now entirely cur-d.
(Sinned by) J. D. JOHNSTON,
Nhin Cnnecr Cured.
Tcttlmonyrom Die Mayor of itafinkt, Tex.
Rnqt-ir, TE3., January 14, W,.
Hattae. taTPSAS Bios.. Bavannahi
Oa. : 0tnUtmM 1 have tried vour P.
P. P. for a dlietlO of tho lUIn, usually
known as ;-.kln cancer. of thirty years
standing, and found ftreui. relief; It
purities the Mood and removes all ir
ritation from tho scat of the disonso
and prevents any spreniltnir of tlio
fioros. I bave taken Ore or all botiles
nnd feel eonlldent that another conrso
will e fleet a cure. It has nl.-o relieved
tao from Indication r.ud stomach
troubles. Kotirs truly,
CAPT. W. M. HURT.
Attorney ut Law.
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