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A.M.ASOAWea.dgb4,.t 0.4 , I 1 1 , , , 1 , , !I 1 , , , i ! ' 1 , , ,. , ! 1 I 1 t. , !! I 1 . -J 1 ! .. , , i 1 i i 1 I 1 , i I I 1 !I 1 1 I I A 1 1 1 t i t lA 1 .11115100.1M VOYAGERS IN SPACE; ClIAPTElt The savages, it must be understood. Were approataiing the Wanderer at an angle of abont to the course Vennor was4 ptirsalmt; or ht least those to vshorn he men referred. lit turi,t were pouring from the woods and rushing shrectly down the plain toward nissi, but tit. at present gave thsra no ;Mention, It aeenpool necessary first of all to prevent any of their !lumber from blocking the way still open to the Wanderer. As If etemrltied by Dorothy's scream and the sound of N'ennor's voioe the entire horde of well-nigh indescribable creatures had hso-ss quickened to action. Their nutrolosor seemed now to be hogion. They IA' er0 breaking from the woods mi underbrush by dozens and scores. roost of them ranging from four to five 10CA in hight. with here and there a mailer or larger; creatures presenting unheard-of vat bodes of countenance. complexion, fX premsion and manner of locomotion, some crourhing well nigh to all fours, as they rushed in haleefastasion and with unbroken (snot Inexplicable silence across 1ho rittuttut phi in. Ag;titi glancing over NS shoulder Vennor saw that t profeasor and his companions had kept pars- with lain, and their goal of safety was now less than 200 yards away. "Ilan!" he now commanded Sharply. "Aim low anol chime in front of them. Let theou hear the whistle of the balls. Fire! Again!" Ti.soo -reports of the repoatt,ta. n nil the ri.VOR'C'r ill 1 he 11:1111 Of 1I4I lairley were like the rattliog of II-strider on the still The Sa Vag, Ut4 heard indeed the whistle of the balls. and for a moment (he unknown sounds served to cheek a WI stagger taent. "corn on! Follow me" reared Veitror, rushing toward the Waruerer. and ubserviag I hat the professor had already gained a red. "We shall make ber ahead of them! At the lep of your - speed. boys. and keep sogethor!" Almost as if his words. or at least the spirit of !hens, were muserstorool toy he savages, they sogat n plat :pea wildly (It; ;Ili,' Bell with ton uglY flashing in Isis eyes. growled furiously: "D--- clfl ! I heyos- off again! The o halls wont count. slr! Shoot to Sill! ItI. tro them or us, I reckon!" "So I stov!' erted Tom. hen!" commanded Vennor. !Keep op a I tinning tire, and hear down to the Wanderet. We can tasen her le;,s than a mituitc! Again the wespons ring upon the silence, report after report in rapid sueeti,S101), t he song of the bullets through the stir ended with that sudden. shorn ping (vhieh told that they had found their mark. A cell broka from the seaman. "Ttiere they go!" he sereatne,t triumphantly. "rhey're dropping like tenpins. Keep it up. - lads, keep it up! Keelhaul me if they know what fear is! Mahe every shoot tell! Ili away to repel boarders!" Ile was as if suddenly eraze(i with excitement. yet his IMO fleSS had its method. The pace of the hour men had neeessarily slotekened during their tiring, awl she sees man how observed that th, Prof,-or had reached I he Wanderer with his companions. and was about aiding them up to theentranee. And, too, ho saw that the bullets were failing to cheek the savages, save those wounded. anoi that a number of them were rat-dolly nesring the alarmed and well-nigh powerless women. Drawing his cutlasa, he rushed fusloae-ly toward the spot, yelling cheerily: "Put them ahoard. professor! Put them aboard! I'll stand by ye!" The distance was not great, not more than 20 ya rdi, so near had Vennor appreached with his companions, and the latters commanda NN'ert. fairly mingled with the words of the Beaman. 'Cease tiring', boys, and club your rifles! I dare not trust your aim! We must wind it t s u I) at cloe qarterst." Almost at the same motnent lien Barley and the foremost Of the approaching savages arrived upon the ground Just before the Wandereep open door, inch, q may be remembered, wits at an elevation of nearly three feet from the groond. Dorothy already vinis safely aboard, and Prof Zino and Mr Hartley. in whose ears the Seaman's encouraging cry isoas a most IN'eloonae sound, were raising Nellie to the sill. Closely followed by his more speedy companions, the savage was advancing with outstretched hands, as if to snatch Nellie from the very arms of her protectors. A more repulsive anol malignant looking creature cannot be imagined. Aboht 7. feet high. of a muddy brown hue and partly covered with a thin- growth of reddish hair, with a countenance either convulsed with passion or by nature the pieture of Viel011F4 mallee itself. he NVIIS plunging on as if wholly oblivious to lien's approaeh, or In utter ohs-regard of personal peril. The ti.a Milli neared him at a right angle.. With a single sweeping stroke of his cutlass he severed loot h the extended hands of the sacasge. cutting them clean at the xvrists; then cheeked hts own impetus by a collision with shoulder and hip that sent the dismembered creature rolling headlong beneath tilos Wasuleret"s motor. Despite the awful violence of the collision, the doughty seaman, to whom such frays had fairly become a pastime, did not so much as lose his footing. Turning like a flash. be met the next xvith the point of his blade ' the keen steel passing cOmplotely th rotivit the body of the onetoming savage and protruding a foot or more from behind. As the strieken creature fell. Ben t egged his weapon free. then sprang backward till he had gained the professor's( side. "In with yon!" he yelled. at once observing that Mr Hartley and the women were safely aboard. "In with you, I say!' It was no time for argument. The professor gatno-d the sill at a bound, Find. wheeling sharp about in tho passage. drew his reveiver and tired point blank. once. twice and three, into the crowd of savages. whieh was now clos lug in about the seaman. 'rho lioiso grid dames, welinigh In their very laves, staggered then" They fell back for a moment, and Vennor's voice, in accents of steatorian command, now eheed the reports. "hold. professor! Don't fire again! Now, boys. down with them, and aboard for your lives!" CHAPTER XIV. A CATASTROPHE. With rifles clubbed. Vonnor. Tom and Woodbury's Chief Surgeon in Boston Mav 22 to 24 "tizFv1:- To perform painless operations for correcting and removing impefatect and deformed features and all disfiguring blemishes from the face or body. All diseases et the skin, scalp, blood and nervous system, pimply faces cleared, falling hair and scalp diseases cured, superfluous hair permanently removed. Call at once. Consultation free. John HI Woodbury Winter St, -OR,- J OUR FIRST -- EXPERIENCE. . . . - There were three of usa Hungarian, the Planet Ma a Roumanian and myself. We were atu- rs. (lents at Bucharest. but it was vacation - time, and we were making a tour in Puuthern Roumania, near the Danube, r CAMPBELL, I little knowledge of the country. One afternoon we stood on the north 'N," "UNDER OATH," "BY WHOSE tank of the Danube, looking out across .ND, LTC tiw broad river to the Bulgarian shore beyond. "I have never crossed the river," said , Carpesco, the Roumatilan. "I BY TUE AUTBOIL 1897.) like to see Bulgaria." should "Why shouldn't we go?" cried Kira!, the Hungarla-n, who was always a man . Harry now assailed the dazed and nays. of impulse. sod. tilled laivages from the rear. (lentil mad straight rne. g" and he e, f Cironthiee sl!:;a; th gh eir fritful blows li,lse rain right an( an "Well," said I, "if Kirai is going to left, arid in far lea,s t4te than is taken . wade across, he may go by himself. I inor to write it they had aaened a way to don't believe he can swim, and he'll he to the Wanderer's door. out of his depth the moment he leaves ..ere. "(Set aboard!" roared Vennor. "To the shallows. Let's look for a boat." 1 th engine, Harry! In with you, Tom!" flowever Kiral. wno ha I ba Ong e Both Conway ;ind Kendall sprang into his tirst idea of swimming the ndone( e Danube, "I' the passaige, and Harry darted for the bustled 'about, and between us we un- 1 to len- engtne Mona carthed a peasant who agreed to ferry . Am the last word left Vennor's lip ovr for a consderatio n s, tis ei . jscks- however. a huge savage who had es- We embarked in his rickety boat, and ''e' (sifted injury in the brief but , vicious after aalaa seemed an interminable ''"171 melee, a powerful fellow fully six feet timefor the boat was heavy and the en hie high and bearing an enormous club, ( flannel wiuewe touched the Bulgarian a swent toward him from behind. with Bil"re Ion bludgeon uplifted to beat hint down. We wandered about a bit, and as it am. only lien Barley saw him coming. was late in the afternoon by this time )"(114 Like an athlete. or a trained wrestler, we were all pretty hungry after our 'rem' rather than a, man of more than 60 travel. Presently we met a man In a t 1 v o years, he (lodged round Vennois heedless sort Of Europfain dress, but wearing the '' a of his eommand to get aboard. Either Bulgarian cap, who stopped and spoke ting the savage did not see, or else ignored to us. Ire; him. The cutlass in his hand, a feather "Pardon," said he, "but your excellen- r."' indeed. scarce seemed do rise. It rather cies appear to be strangers." .1101- described a circle, the reeking blade cut- "We are," we replied, all In a breath. Ide- Una the air with a hiss like that of a "Ah!" said he, bowing deeply, "it is ken snakeand when it fell". the arm that an evil thing for your lordships to be in 1,10 beta thi club suspended to strike fell this country of pigs! Your excellencies also, severed from the body of the say- are doubtless traveling?'' 7('Ils age as cleanly as if done with a guilio- "We have come over from the other um- tina side," said I, and we want food and and "Good God!" gasped Vennoa turning lodging for the night; that Is all." han and beholding the herculean stroke. "I condole with your excellencies," "Aboard, sir!" shrieked Ben. "Aboard said he, "I also am civilized; I am an 'Ply. sir, ad let her es ' Let her go!' Hellene, and know what these But- IV in 11 nh a bound , Va , ennor gained the pas- garians are. It is impossible for your ails. saga lordships to find accommodation in this Ben anbasaa, the leaped for the sillmissed it and fell upon his breast, with legs "Itut look here," broke in Kiral, "we still seo savage hands were vt'r!! danglieg from the door. must have something to eat and a roof t ity. Half a re of thrust forward to seize him . to " lie under. i " I "Let her go!" he cried. shrieking out ttli! i will do my best for your excel- es," said lie; then an Idea seer-ed 1e('Ic the words in wild desperation. " lene Let her to eome to him. for he smiled a slow, h'en- go!, Let her go, I say!" sad smile, as if to himself, and said: , Tom Conway bent in the passage and "I have the misfortune to own a !U- lm!! caught the seaman by the shoulders, to tie property in this wretched place, 01 m drag hi In. Kendall heard the cries lake and threw the lever. The Wanderer which is. not worthy to receive the visit tour shot into the air with the speed of a of your hadships, and if I might Yen- exist y from his feet rocket. but her sudden start threw Con- tui re, tio placel nw house at your excellen- c es ( a. isposa I hy latching headlong. c a r r y in g Ben Bar- ".rhe sery thing," said I. "Why didn't LIMY ley with hint, both were thrown you say so at once? Come along." violent- Pardon, excellency," replied the lire ly to the grouad and left behind. in the Greek. it will be best that we should IYf .1.: very midst o the horde of savages 110 from whom the others had suceessfulh, not be seen too much together." -: He disappeared for a time. but soon :to I!" ot assatad. To lute checked the Wanderer in time came back with a large basket on his arta and explained that he had taken to reseue the two men. even had Harry the liberty of bringing some food with nor. Kendall instantly been aware of the him o to save us trouble.,and also a bottle wn catast .'ph' which h ad befallen them , d in of raki, which. though not equal to Eu- would have been utterly Impossible. The repeal, spirit, was very good. . thitir at the (aid of Vas passage where ()Jr Greek friend showed us Into a I' SI- the aceideat had oseurred was invisible ; sll''s from where he stoati at the engine, and very clean and tidy little house. and placed the. basket of food on the floor. ll''is lit 11;s stress of excitement. hearing , . sa Two Days on the Planet Mars. By SCOTT CAMPBELL, AUTHOR OF "UNION DOWN," "UNDER OATH," "BY WHOSE HAND," ETC (COPYRIGHT BY TUE AUTHOR. 18973 -- to the fact that the pupils Vecame distressed at the remarks regarding their extremely youthful appearance.(Argona,uL THE BOSTON I II IIS stress or excitement, nearmg --k - - -- 7 tipletz, 01 il-1. LIM 1011131 01 L'111Lt, Li lu a t :irst he refused to -take anything but . lien's frenzied eries, he had started the ragic end. mighty al, ti hip under full head of thanks for his services, but after a, attic., tragic pressing power. with tha dh-;astrous result re- suggested that we should give Wile and Miss Burke had first met as , corded. him a sum equal to about $10 for the attorney and client. He undertook to food g. T and loding he effects of the sudden start. how- secure the righting of some property ever, dal not end there. Vennor him- ' We spread the things on the floor and interestsan indefinite sort of unsub- began to eat. when the door was pushed SP If was thrown heavily to the floor of open and a couple of huge Bulgarian stantial claim that she hadbut he soon the passage, as well as the professor, who wa p making his way to the engine easants strode across the threshold. saw that there was no promise of suc- s s room. and there was not a soul on board Carpeco asked the old man what be cess, and he hesitated to tell his client. meant by- coming loto the house, and but experienced the dreadful physical the old man inaignantly put the same He had found a bond of sympathy be- lean into the air. sensations attendant to such a fearful question to us. Luckily Carpesco and tween them. They were lovers of music. For a minute or more Vennor lay the Bulgarian understood one another. I This was a year ago. senseless upon the floor, so heavily had and after a protracted argument, eon- In a platonic sort of a Nvay they have he fallen. A chilling. wind. as cold as ducted at the top of their voices, Car- the coldest blasts of Greenland's ice- ' pesco informed Us that the house be been meeting clandestinely, and occafields, was his first realization of re- , tonged to the old peasant, and that our sionally he called to see her at her turning consciousness. As It operated kind friend had let us a house that did boarding house. They played and sang not belong to him, and got $10 out of to tinicklir restore him. so it served to us for a basket of bread and fruit not -- together. Miss Burke had for him the tell him what had occurred. 1Vith the worth as many shillings. tender affection of a woman. Wile N'eloe I ty of a rock,?t, the Wanderer had , It7, ,. 4. .....-.,..- ...... --. a ,- 1 .,,a,ndl msnn 11. a a n inl I yr ennrrilNn n inn We p p leaped to the region of eternal cold: at once started u to ursue the thiough the open door of the passage villain. but the IMIgarian informed us the penetrating, attenuated atmosphere that he was a sort of traveling peddler, was pouring in, and cerulean expanse of , who hail no doubt long since put himself ethereal pace wa revealed. veil out of reach. However, the old ss man Catching his bteath, with ears fairly begged us not to move, kind placed , split by the awful noise of the motor his house at our disposal with great and the roar attending their cyclonic civility. 'We therefore invited him and ascent, Vennor, dazed though he was his son tc Join us at P upper. which they quickly appreciated the perilous situa- did, though. as they were Mahomedans, tam. Strugglityg to his feet, he braced they could not touch the raki. himself against either wall, and finally Karol, who had constituted himself batter, opened the 'bottle and filled our reached and pressed the button which served to close the panel. glasses. AVe clinked them together, and As the door slipped into place, shutting then Kiral, crying out "Good health, out the fearful cold and noise, he ven- all." tossed Off half his glass. In antured one swift. downward glance. The other moment he was coughing and sputtering the stuff all over the floor. prospect turned him sick and dizzy. He beheld the blood-red landscape which so It was the vilest and cteapest methyl-had affected Prof Zinc at the time of 0(.d sPirit their descent. And it now was fully six There was nothing' left for us but to miles below! wrap ourselves in rugs and to try to go Reeling and with knees shaking he to sleep on the dour. contemplating the made his way to the engine room, to melanchely fact that we had been most find his companions wellnigh overcome, thoroughly taken in and swindled by and Kendall, as white as death, and the very first man we came across In weak as a rag, clinging wildly to the Hulgaria.(Golden Penny. lever. "Check her! cheek her. Harry!" 'Wen- FAMILY GETS MOST. nor gasped heavily. "We shall die of congestion." , The young man. who had been un- i of Charles A. Sinclair Filed for Pro- nerved and rattled by the tremendous excitement, found strength to throw the . bateIncome of SI00.000 to Wife. of -I ne young man. wno nau oeen un- j Will of Charles A. Sinclair Filed for Pro-nerved and rattled by the tremendous excitement, found strength to throw the bateIncome of $100,000 to Wife, of lover. and a feeling of physical relief 1 , was almost immediately experienced. 1 $200,000 to the Daughters. I miy the professor had witnessed the I EXETER. N IL May 3Two impor- catastrophe befallen Tom Conway and the seaman, Vennor's back having been I tant wills recently probated in Rocking-turned upon the scene at the moment of ; ham county were recorded in probate gaining the passage.. and the almost in- i court to day. stantaneous start which followed. Dur- ' They were those of the late Hon ing the past three minutes, moreover, each individual had been too exercised Charles A. Sinclair of Portsmouth and to miss the mere presence of a corn- Ezra Barker of Strathain. panion, and up to that moment the pro- The will of Mr Sinclair, bequeaths to fessor alone was aware that the two Eugene P. Carver of Arlington, Alass, men were not safely aboard the Wan- derer. Henry T. Goo Id of Woburn, Mass, and As Vennor observed his distressed Calvin Page of Portsmouth $100,000, the countenance, and saw the lingering rear I net inocme of which is to be paid to his In the pale faces of Dorothy and his wife, Emma tn. n equaa month- J Si d i th wife. he made an attempt to dispel their agitation by crying heartily: I ly payments. "Cheer up, girls! Cheer up! Don't g I To the three above named gentlemen to piece s,. now that the danger is over. I IR also bequeath $200,000, the net income It was a close call, to be sure, yet a of which shall be equally divided among TniSS is as good as a mile. Let me see the color returning to your cheeks. Keep his daughters, Grace Jones, wife of her steady. Harry. What, professor Parker W. Whittemore, treasurer of the Still that look of distress? I thought Portsmouth shoe company; Martha So-your nerves were made of steel." I phia wife of Sherburn M. Merrill; M. "But not my heart. sergius!" was the ' reply, with a sorrowful shake of the Louise, wife of John C. Spring, and head. "Evidently you do not miss some Aliso Ellen Marie Sinclair. of our number." To his sister, Emma J. Fowler. wife "'What!" and now Vennor shot a swift of Rev Charles J. Fowler of Haverhill, glance about the place and into the ad- Mass, is given $10,0tH): to another sister Joining rooms. "You don't mean that Atartha S. Weeks. wife of John W. Tom and Ben" Weeks of Newton. Mass, $10.0oo: to "They were left on the planet Mars!" Thomas F. Baxter of Brookline, Mass, "But I certainly saw Conway in the Sitto0. to Thomas S. McGowan of Bospassage when I sprang aboard. ton, WOO; to Maud S. Cleveland of "So he WaS at just that moment. But Somerville, Mass. $1000: to Henry F. he reached to draw Ben aboard, who Geld of Woburn. Mass..Sia0o; to Neil "But I certainly saw Conway in the Woe; to Thomas S. McGowan of Bospassage when I sprang aboard. ton, WOO; to Maud S. Cleveland of "So he aS at just that moment. But Somerville. Mass. $1000; to Henry F. he reached to draw Ben aboard, who Gild of Woburn. Mass. $tift; to Neil had missed hi so footing, and the sudden Mahoney of Portsmouth Woo. start threw both to the ground outside. To his nephew Charles Sinclair Weeks I myself was thrown headlong to the of Newton. Mass, is left in trust $5000. floor, but I caught a glimpse of the ac- To the Methodist Episcopal church of ident as I fell." Bethlehem, town of Mr Sinclair's bieth. "0, this is dreadful!" Moaned Dor- is given $51.00, the income to be used for othy, wringing her hands. "I wish we the support of worship in the church. had not undertaken this terrible Jour- All of the rest, residue and remainder !ley!" of the estate is to be equally divided "And if they were safe aboard." cried among his four daughters. Nellie. with tears in her eyes. "I'd set The executors of the will are Eugene my foot down at once for our immediate P. Carver of Arlington, Mass, Henry return to earth. I have seen all I care T. Goold of Woburn, and Calvin Page to see of Mars, or of its inhabitants." of Portsmouth. The bitterness with which she spoke The will ot Ezra Barker. who at the evinced her late fears, and Vennor was time of his death was the oldest man in too wise to needlessly provoke her fern- Stratham. his age being 9t1 years. be-'nine temper with a retort. He quietly queaths Stl0.01.10 in private bequests and took the lever from harry, saying $10.0o0 in puolie bequests. The estate ,i,aaa, AI ,L01 11, ,,LCLL, Sirt ,,P 6.0, ,,.. ,,,,, ..',7 t Dan Peters of Grafton Thinks He Has "And if they were safe aboard." cried ! among his four daughters. AT THE UTOPIAN CLUB. Nellie. with tears in her eyes. "I'd set The executors of the will are Eugene Big Government Claims. my foot down at once for our immediate P. Carver of Arlington, Mass, Henry . ..... Musicat uomedy Presented by the Mem- Grafton, once the seat of the power- return to earth. I have seen all I care T. Goold of Woburn, and Calvin Page ful Hassanimiscos, has at the present to see of Mars, or of Its inhabitants." I of Portsmouth. bers to a Crowded House. The bitterness with whieh she spoke! The will ot Ezra Barker. who at the time only one living Indian representa- evinced her late fears, and Vennor was ; time of his death was the oldest man in The -Utopian club last evening gave a tive. !le is Daniel Peters, who to a Soy too wise to needlessly provoke her fern- '. Stratham, his age being WI years. be- dramatic performance at their club- representative confidently expressed his 'nine temper with a retort. He QUietlY queaths Stl0.eco in private bequests and house. Every seat in the main hall was opinion that he would receive a share of took the lever from harry. saying $10.0th) In panne bequests. The estate gently: is estimatea to be worth about $200,oetl. taken by members and friends. A mu- the $42o0.000 which by a recent decision k steal corned in one act en itle " 1 entitled The lot the U S supreme court he believes "Let me take her for a time. You I The Baptist society of Stratham Is started her too abruptly, my boy." I left $10.001), the income to be used for Troubles of John Schmidt." was given, due those members of the Narragansett, "tam aware of it now.' 'replied Harry. I the support of preaching. the cast of characters being as follows: Mohegan and Montauk tribes of Indians "The fact is I was deucedly rattled 1 To his nephew. Henry S. Lane of :., Schmaltz Geziebt Kuogeltup Lew Goldman i who can prove heirship and infringe- by the situation. and hearing Ben shriek ! Stratham. Is given $10,04.10; to his nephew, ' Capt. Blowhard J i S . int. ITIA tei itA hpr it-- ' VtinlItreel 1 'Z I ,t4 'les ete Ilesuell tlii iiiml te,. .. . UV.. 12,1V NV na 4 u 5 J AV Villa il - for me to let her go--" ; Edmund 13. Lane of Dover. $10.0i$0: to 11 Augustus clearstaren Chas E Barnett rnent Of property rights. "You let her go her limit. Quite nit - I his niece, Abby F. Lane of Dover. $10,- Charles Soberly F S Davidson Mr Peters claims double share In view ural. under the circumstances, 1 am 1 000: to his net-Mew. Albion Barker of Ntr Pientithi miNirNetVda ay PtiotiltolitiniE,I s ;Ifohthcegatna.ct that his father was a full- sure." k is said Vennor. I Manota. Minn, S5000: to h nephew, Teddy Henry Myers blooded Narragansett and his mother a ills habitual kindliness, even hero. l George M. Barker of Vashingtom $3000; M i SS A rabei la Bleu hard where many a Ina 11 would have glycol to his niece, Airs Louisa Odell of Strath- Airs Plentiful riss i Daniel Peters is the fifth of a family , , , ,, , a reprimand, did not forsake him. His am. Sbuto0: to his nieee Caroline Mos , t During the action of the comedy Lew of eight children and he is the only llygentleress was irresistible. and a look 1 wire of William H. hulls of Blaistow.. Goldman gave a Dutch song and dance, ing member. He was born in Brooklyn. of appreciation rose over Ham's face S4000', to his nePhew, Thomas Barker of Henry IL Myers bang 'Stop that Conn. Aug 3, 1816. After he was corn1 ant sorry enough," said he. "but I Mt "Vernon, 0. $1000: to his riephew, ' Noise. Miss Freda Young rendered relied to leave his hunting grounds In what's to be done." 1 John II. Barker of Stratham. $.:1000: to "The Way to Kiss a Girl," and William what is now Washington county, R 1. Vennor's grave voice dronned a ties. ; Mrs Ella M. Heel'. now residing in the r, - - - --- --- . o eark" t Vennor's grave voice dropped a de- ' 'Airs Ella M. Hoe'', now residing in the . Phil , --K e e imam wnat is now v asningion county, H. L lips sang "The Gypsy Love Song:' he became a sailor. For 20 years he fol- ree. . - state of 'Now York. S5: to Mary x ete- , After the performance the floor was lowed the sea in a New Bedford what- "Return to Mars!" he said simply. ' lionnett of Stratham. S1000; to his cleared for dancing. The committee in ing vessel. Yet in the way it was said. there was nephew. Levi Barker of Strathern, V3040. : charge were S. J. Wyman, A. H. Levey, In the 50s he settled in Brooklyn. let whieb told his wife that her dis- TO George Levi Barker, the son of I, Goldman A. Todtman, I. H. Peyser, where he followed the stone masons' !ay of bitterness had hurt his feelings. Levi Barker of Stratham. is given the Lew Harni, lberg, M. Ratkowsky, W a . trade. He married Lucinda. Hewitt. he, nt once sPrang up with wartnly Barker homestead in Stratham, which Phillips and Charles E. Barnett. Mohegan.(Worcester Spy. towing cheeks, and ran to put her bas been in the possession of the Barker . rms about his neck. family 150 years, together with all of - s JUDGE . By all means return, dear lore!" she the furniture and household goods. all FEARED A HOODOO llueiness Trouble ied. with lifted eyes and ips quiver- the animals and farming tools of every Florentine A. Jones, manufacturer of furnaces, has tiled a petition in bank- -- ,g. "To do less would be l arrant cow- ticeriPtion- 'The rest. residue and remainder of Wouldn't Marry a, Cross-Eyed Negro rdice. You are a brave manyou all 6, of which on Friday, s irst Quarter. the estate is to be divided equally among ruptcy. $1025.; He owes $10,1&31 F secured. and there are SO other in Moon' re brave men, as you today have Henry S. Lane. Amanda M. Lane, Ed- 1 - . crdltorsunsrstirect...,..,,tio.s,e claims ag- A brave little man is Police Justice randly shown! Do not think me a . )ward. Sergius, that I would advocate Inund B. ..I,,ane. --k1.2tly ',. k,ane. Albion , ----- --. -n7the e fl gree. , state or ,Neve eork. Z5: to Mary Me- After- the P'erforma "Return to Mars!" he said simply. . lion m nett of Stratha. $1000; to h oor was is cleared for dancing. The committee in : . . n A 'Yet in the way it was said. there was nephew. Levi Barker of Stratham, 3040. charge were S J Wyma that whieh told his wife that her dis- TO George Levi Barker, the son of 1, Goldman, A. Todtman, , 1. IIH. Levey, . Peyser, play of bitterness had hurt his feelings. Levi Barker of Stratham. is given the Lew Hamilberg, M. Ratkowsky, W. an. She . at once sprang up with weeney Barker homestead in Stratham, which Phillips d Charles E B glowing cheeks, and ran to put her has been in the possession of the Barker arnett. arms about his neck. family 150 years, together with all of -By all means return, dear love!" she the furniture and household goods, all Ilusitess Troubles cried. with lifted eyes and lips quiver- the animals and farming tools of every Florentine A. Jones, manufacturer of ling. "To do less would be arrant cow- decriPtion furnaces, has tiled a ar petition in bank- The rest. residue aril remainder of !dice. You are a brave manyou all ruptcy. He owes S10,1831(1, of which the estate is to be divided equally among are brave men, as you today have $102a is secured, and there are SO other Henry S. Lane. Amanda M. Lane, Ed- ' grandh., shown! rwo not think me a mund B. Lane. ..-kbbv F. Lane. Albion creditors unsecured, whose claims ag- , coward. Serglus, that 1 would advocate Barker. George M. Barker, Louisa rate more than Vete. Normal assets leFS than a return and rescue of our Odell. Caroline, Hills, Thomas Barker, C-stno- i brave companions. let the cost be what t may! John H. Barker and Levi Barker. Bennett J. Orkin. clerk, Hyde Park, is i" i INIVTIVrTn revrsene-lw in bankruptcy, ruptcy, owing vas, with ev,e ne-ek CONTINUED TOMORROW. assets. I Dentists Dine and Bead Papers. The students Of Missouri university have organized a club to promote the growth of whiskers. The by-laws are rigid and exacting. No student will be permitted to shave, ard something more than a mustache is required. The student who has the longest beard at the dose of school is to be rewarded. The Club is said to owe its existence GLOBE--TITURSDAY. MAY 4. 1899. - WAS DECEIVED -L BRAID TRIMMED 'GOWN. , Miss Mabel Burke Killed ' Miss Mabel Burke Killed Ally David J. Wiles She ITN Beall 111111 oad Hal Held a Positioa at World's Fair. Learning Ile Was Married She Called. tpon Wife. Met Lawyer by Appointment Later and Shot Him. Then Ended Her Own Life With a Bullet in Chicago IMO. CHICAGO, May 3-14aughing and chatting with Miss Mabel Martha Burke. while his fingers ran over the keys of a piano, attorney David J. Wile was twice shot in the back this afternoon by the young woman, who had begged him to play for her. As he toppled from the piano stool. wounded, the young woman shot herself. falling lifeless upon the floor beside the lawyer. The shooting occurred in a room on the second floor of the St Anthony hotel, 3703 Wabash ay. Wile and Miss Burke were strangers in the hotel, and had railed 15 minutes before and asked for a room with a piano. They declined to register, and said they would remain for a few moments only. Wile is at the Postgraduate hospital, with a ball in his neck and one in his back. He is nursed by his wife. Slight hopes are entertained for his recovery. Miss Burke was a beautiful girl and was secretary of the board of lady managers of the World's fair. Her home was in Co lona, Mich, but for some years silo had been boarding with Mrs George Deane at 6339 Champlain ay. She was 22 years old. Wile is 40. It was not an ordinary shooting affray a woman wronged and lashed to relentless fury through brooding upon her wrongs. It had a dash of romance, a spice of art, the touch of pathos, the looked upon her as a jolly companion. UVULA Ugil IA II A-cLi The other day she learned that he was the Opera Comique. Her mother was chef costumiere to the Opera Comique married. She did not say anything to him, but Went to see Mrs Wile. She theater. Paris, and retired pensioned by confided in the wife her love for the the government. husband, and wept at the deception I Mme Floret's mother was det?rmined practiced upon her. That was Monday that her daughter should follow in her ' footsteps, and she showed such aptitude last. Mrs 'Wile is a matter-of-fact woman that in a very short time she entered the Opera Comique as assistant to he: and did not weep at the recital. She Mother, and remained there for 'eight said she pitied the young woman, but Mr Wile had been a faithful, indulgent years. In 1880 Mme Floret Was norni- I ratted chef costurniere to the' National husband. She regretted his conduct and opera by the minister of line arts direct, thought Miss Burke should congratulate herself on her discovery and avoid Mr , and the mere fact of her nomitiation to Wile in the future. this post stamps her as a thorough artist. , The wife said she found great consolation in religion, and the young woman told her she was also of the same faith. Both women talked of religion, and when Miss Burke bade goodby to Mrs Wile she carried with her a treatise on the healing by faith. The book gave little solace. Hers was an artistic soul, not easily sated with mental suggestion. She went out yesterday among some friends, borrowed a few dollars, and bought a revolver. She sent word to Mr Wile to rneet her to talk over her lawsuit. Mr Wile met her this noon and she asked him to go to the hotel St Anthony. She said she wanted him to sing and play for her. that she was feeling blue. There was not a word about the meeting on Monday with Mrs Wile. While they were in the hotel other occupants were startled by three pistol shots. They broke open the door and found Miss Burke dead and beside her was Wile. fatally wounded. POLICEMEN COMMENDED. Reserve Officer John Lane Made a Patrolman for Bravery. Three officers were commended in general orders last night by the board of police, and one was made a regular patrolman. Patrolman Patrick J. Bench, a special officer on the street squad, was commended for stopping a runaway horse on Hanover st on April 13. Reserve officer John Lane of division 5. who was icommendedby his captain for courage and prompt action in assisting several people from a building . at the big Sunday Dover St fire, was appointed a patrolman and assigned to the same division. Reserve officer Cornelius J. Reardon of division 5, commended by Capt 'Wescott for tile part he took in making several important arrests since his appointment as reserve officer, was also commended by the board. and in addition was granted an additional week's vacation with full pay. , This trig French gown Is of gendarme blue cloth. The bodine, crossed a little, is prettily trimmed with narrow black braid, as are also the pointed revers. the plas. GOOD STORIES FOR Costumer Decorated by the ' French Academy. Dan Peters of Grafton is the Last of the Tribe of ilassanimiscos. Hoodoo Combination Proved Too Much for a New Jersey judee's Nerve. Mme - Floret. who has just been awarded the "palms" of an "Oft-Icier de l'Academie," Is n! true Parisian. baying been born In Paris. within sight of the Opera Cominue. Her mother was chef costurniere to the Opera Comique theater. Paris, and retired pensioned by the government. Mme Floret's mother was determined that her daughter should follow in her footsteps, and she showed such aptitude that In a very short time she entered the Opera Comique as assistant to he: M E rrA)R She remained at the grand opera for over 12 years, during which time she made the costumes for all the productions of operas. ballets, etc, which took place at the national theater. She has since been at the head of a London establishment for the last two years, and likes England and the English people so much that she is determined to stay. Mme Floret has already shown what she is capable of doing, for during the last two years she has had to make all kinds of dresseg . classical, historical, fanciful and ballet. The two pieces of work which. gave her the most opportunities to show her talent were the duchess of Devonshire's historical ball, for which she had to make the lion's share of the costumes for royalty and the nobility, while, on the other hand, the beautiful Orchid costumes at Drury Lane last year gave testimony to the range of her skill. (Sketch. LAST OF THE HASSANIMISCOS. JUDGE FEARED A HOODOO. - Wouldn't Marry a, Cross-Eyed Negro on Friday, in Moon's First Quarter. A brave little man is Police Justice Potts of Jersey City. He has faced danger and never turned one of his blond hairs. But he showed the white feather Fri a-spers. Joseph W. is ! osep. Smith. Andover, has filed .a.ewu ...Le." a.,n.o . ..ktlezu. I day. Marion Brown, a big colored Man (Begun April '22 and 23.) without About 40 members Of the American! a bankruptcy petition. He 1 from Cleveland. was arrested on the academy of dental science enjoyed a oecupation. 'rhe principal liabilities are I charge of Laura Golden. -who isn't , for tudgments rendered against him. Students Must Raise Whiskers. di .., ! all, but a much- darker color. nner at Young's hotel last evening gohlen , 1-1. - r .- 11.14,iizt(!.46Brewer, . tnorii v:assets t $154. te students of Missouri university and heard papers read subjects d on sub of n) Springneid i -.Judgeat . I'm willing to marry Laura," said Brown when he heard he was to e organized a club to promote the interest to the members of the orofes. i is in v- )tankruptcy, 0rat ug $14..., asets1Z-1 S-. held in $500 bail. yth of whiskers. The bv-laws Art, -I - -,-,. NI -il 1,, I, - -1.- - 2 . I -E, -I-, A 1-.-, -- tr, a- - .. t !be ion. Pr Wi Mani P. Cooke presided. P. E. Abrams & Co. Gloversville, Y, I That's right." said Justice Potts, The guests were N. D. Harney, At 1.), of dealers in boots and shoes, are endeav- I briskly. "Both of you stand up here Providenee. Profs E. T. Darby and E. oring to compromise at 5o. percent. and fit tie the knot right now. Just Kirke of Philadelphia and Dr Chase. ! The 'Victor shoe company, Pittsburg. step around here, Laura, and" lir Harney spoke on "Results of Injuries1 which assigned recently, is stated to The woman stood before him and the justice to Interior Dental Nerves," and Prof have liabilities outstanding of V2,73 :1 , turned pale. Laura's eyes are Darby spoke on "Dental Education: with assets of $11,4I. and they are en- painfully twisted, and they present a re-Dr John D. Dickinson and Dr H. S. Par- deavoring to compromise on a basis of markatole case of double strabismus. scns were eletkted members. 2Z percent. "ill have to call it eft." said Justice to Get All the Offices. DOROTHY MARTIN. tron. the sleeves and the girdle fastened with a large steel buckle. The tunic. which forms two points in front. is also trimmed with rows of the fine black braid.(Le Costume Elegant. Potts, surreptitiously exporating over two crossed lingers and making the jettadore sign with the other hand. "I'll take as many chances as the next man. but when it comes to marrying a cross-eyed colored woman on Trriday, during the moon's firs': quarter, I draw the line. "You'll have to find some other marrying power." Justice Geiger took - the chance and the fee.---(New York World. NEW JERSEY'S NEWEST TRUST. Composed of Bachelors, Its Purpose is - New Jersey has a worldwide reputation as the maker of trusts. Each day a dozen or more go to her Credit; but the latest proposed trust Will be the oddest. It might be called by some other name, but truth urges that It be designated as "A Bachelor Trust." It has the dcuble purpose of creating a boom in Celibacy and of controlling all the offices in New Jersey. The secret of the formation of the trust leaked out in this way: Senator Stokes of Cumberland county is one of the leaders on the floor of the senate. Senator Pitney of Morris county is another. The latter is said to have a very lively ambition to be the next governor of New Jersey. "Say, Senator Pitney," said Senator Stokes one day, "you may as well give up thatidea of being the next governor. for you are not in it. Don't you know that we bachelors have formed a trust to control all the offices in this state for the next quarter of a century?" This, although said Jocularly, made the senator from Morris reflect. A light came over his face as if he saw the army of bachelors. headed by Senator John Kean, marthing through the corridors of time, laying hold of all the pleasant berths and soft snaps that were in sight. The incorporation of the trust is only a matter of a .few days now, it is believed. - The ' list of incorporators is given as follows: John Kean, U S senator: Foster M. Voorhees. 'governor; Darker Gummere, state leader; David O. Watkins, speaker; William Hancock, state comptroller; Edward C. Stokes. state leader; Hobart Tuttle, secretary to governor; Fred Evans, secretary to the vice president. - The company is limited. not in relation to its capital, but to its politics. It is a distinctively republican corporation. As to its financial ability, there are only three men on the list who are unable to write four or five figures on a check. They are. of course, all bachelors. There are many other bachelors of prominence in New Jersey. They are not in the trust. They are gathering political strength to get there.--(New York Sun. rite four or five figures on a check. Will some kind reader of The Globe ley are. of course, all bachelors. tell rae what to do for my begonia? It rhere are many other bachelors of grows very slowly. and the leaves al'oirrinence in New Jersey. They are kt in the trust. They are gathering ways look dry and wilted. I never wet ,litical strength to get there.---(New the leaves. Should it have much sun? irk Sun. I should !Ike very much to save it. if DRAWS WITH BOTH HANDS. I that is possible. Polly Clam. Little Chicago Girl Displays Unusual Gift of Dexterity. Dorothy Martin of 366 East 45th st has Landseer's extraordinary gift of drawing with both hands with equal facility, says a Chicago paper. It is told of the great English artist that at a dinner party the conversation turned upon manual dexterity, and a lady exclaimed: "Well. there is one thing that no one has ever done, and that is to draw two things at once!" "I think I can do it," returned Land. seer with quiet confidence, and with a pencil in each hand 91mu1taneous1y drew a stag's head and a horse's head. The exploit has never been duplicated until this modest little Chicago girl astonished the crowds at the Chicago eat, poultry and dog shows by her remarkable work in sketching one object with her left and another with her right hand at the samelnoment. Dorothy is only 12 years old, and ber passionate love of animals makes this line of art her favorite study. , CHINAMAN GETS A DivoncE. First Case of its Kind Recorded id ConnecticutWife Was a German. Willie Lee Wey, the Bristol China. man, who was granted a decree of divorce by Judge George Wheeler in Hartford, was the first Mongolian to ask Connecticut courts to annul his mar I HOUSEKEEPERS' COLIMIN. True and Tried Recipes From Experienced Cooks. Rules That Have Been Used for Years by the Women of Sew England. Home-Made Gifts, Orochetinz, Knittinz and Fancy Work in Variety. Daily Hints to Housekeepers. Friday, May 5. There never lived a mortal man who bent Ills appetite beyond his natural sphere, lint starved and died. BREAKVASTIllananas and Cream. Lamb Claws. r Pea Fritter. Graham tlems. Cot fee. DINNERTlaked NiaekereL :Mashed PotatoeFi. Wornatoes Stewed Gooseberries. Radish and Vatereress Salad. Rhubarb and Evaporated Peach Pies. SUPPER Potato Paneakes. Sally Ltinn. Pineapple and Sliced (Pranges, Coeoauut Pressing. Mack Cake. Tea. SALAD MAKING. An old proverb says: To make a perfect Mind. there should be a miser for oil, a spendthrift for vinegar. a wise man for salt hod a madettp to stir the Ingredients up and mix them well together. POTATO PANCAKES. One quart of grated raw potatoes. three beaten eggs. one tablespoon of sour cream. a speck of sada and salt to taste. These require more time to bake than ordinary pan. cakes. but are very good. (Copyright, 1898) di Bead Carefully. fin contributors to I ligt the Housekeepers' 4.71-1 I column are requested to write on only , one side of each c Ili, Fro sheet of paper. It t: g422,1111 itsalsdirections oslg g restec:r1 i that ' I I gZ; 0 mixing ingredients OD should be very ex- plicit, and quan ti- - ,- - ties should be definitely indicated. Only favorite, true and tricd recipes should be sent in. Alere skeietonizt-d recipes. such as some cook books give, are not desired. Hints on the care td flowers, making of fancy work and general household information will, be gladly received. PLEASE SEND IN HINTS ABOUT PLANTS AND FLOWERS. Maple Flavor Cake. One-halt cup butter, I1J cups sugar, 3 eggs (beaten separately), -cup warm water, 21,, cups flour, 112 teaspoons baking powder. Cream butter and sugar. Add yolks of eggs, and water. Then gradually add the well-sifted Hour and baking. powder. Flavor with 11i teaspoons vanilla. Then add the stiff whites and beat a moment. Bake in three shallow pans. Polly Clam. - Icing. Three heaping cups manle or brown sugar. Boil till it candies or becomes waxy in cold water. Have whites of 2 eggs very dlightly beaten on large platter. Pour on eggs the boiling sugar slowly, beating till it stiffens. Vanilla flavoring to taste. The cakes are to be iced with this, putting it between and over them. Be very careful not to boil the sugar too long. I am sure this will be liked. Polly Clam. Artichokes. Artichokes cooked as follows are always popular, and look tempting in their browny covering. Take some root artichokes, partly boil, and let them get 'old; when wanted for use slice in pieces quarter of an ineh thick. sc.:Itson with pepper and salt; dip in egg and then in breadcrumbs, and fry till a golden brown; serve very dry with grated cheee. Mrs English. Ginger or Brands Snaps. Ginger snaps or brandy snaps are delizious if made as follows: Rub 4 ounces of butter Into half a pound of flour, add half a pound of moist sugar, half an ounce of ground ginger and the grated rind and Juice of a lemon; mix the above ingredients into a paste with a little molasses, spread the paste thinly on greased tins and bake; when cooked. cut into strips and roll round the fingers. They should be kept in a tin In order to retain their crispness. Mrs B. A. PLANTS AND FLOWERS. FANCY WORK. Corrections. Mavisa: Pansy printed April 27: First row should read at end of second l!ne and in last line, chain 3 instead of chain 8. Fourth rowe last line, should read between sccond and third double crochet in second row. Fifth row. in second line from top of column should read. 1 chain in each treble and long trebie lull 1 single crochet in top ot 3 single crochets. Sixth row should finish with fasten at end of this row.in same place as prev.ous or fifth row. The next row should begin first row of double leaf in place of seventh row. Third row should read fasten in top of secorhi treble in lower Prnt of front leaf and omit single crochet in third treble at the end of the row. Fowl, ii row should read fasten at end of seezo.il leaf in second lower treble of top front leaf. All the rest are printed correctly. I have written corrections out in full instead of using abbreviations. thinking It Lest. as it is a feeble hand that holds the pen, and for that reason there is no blame for mistakes made in printed pattern for our editor, but thanks for his ratience and kindness. Isamay. SPRING CLEANING. Stne people tell us that if a house is properly cleaned every week there is no netd of a "spring cleaning." But I to leave off fires until the middle of - April. but many small things can be hand at the samelnoment. her left and another- with 11.e-r--- iiiii.i done before the real cleaning begins. Dorothy Is only 12 years old, and ber such as turning out all cupboards and passionate love of animals makes this drawers, having them scrubbed with line of art her favorite study. pure lime water and lining them with Clean sheets of paper. All clothes CHINAMAN GETS A mvonc should be removed and hung out in the tE. air and sun, boxes looked over, and ail rubbish thrown away. From garret to First Case of its Kind Recorded id cellar must ii.e the order of the nisi-eh. ConnecticutWife Was a German. Before the things are removed from the bedrooms they should be cleaned and Willie Lee Wey, the Bristol China. , dusttsl, the glass Of the pictures washed . man, who was granted a decree of di- with warm water to which has been vorce by Judge George Wheeler in Hart- added a mite of cloudy ammonia, then d, ec was csu t the courts to t Mongolian oanngnoul ila nh i st o mar- rubbed with a soft cloth. the final poi- ishing being done with a chamois heath- e er. The mattresses and bedding must riage ties. be well brushed and put where they can Willie is an Americanized Chinaman. , have the benefit of the sun and air. ff He has cut o his queue and he ap- ! The carpets 'should then be taken up peared in American dress. He talked i and sent to be cleaned. and the floors ford, very plain English, but at times on the i well scrubbed with warm water and witness stand he appeared to get ex- ! carbolic snap or lime water if preferred. cited and the court had some difficulty I After washing a room the windows and In distinguishing what he said. ! doors should be left open until the Willie told Judge Wheeler that he had I boards are quite dry. It is not advise laundry in Brlotol. He said that his i able to sleep in a bedroom the night wife was a German girl and that he : after it has been washed, as serious ill-married her in New York. June 28. iSM. f ness may result through sleeping in Willie said that his wife was in the I rooms not thoroughly dry. Do not al-habit of going away and leaving him l low the paint to be cleaned with soap frequently and being absent for lon,?, ! or soda. Ammonia is far better. Use periods. He gave her morir-y with 1 one tablespoon to every gallon of water which to take two trips to Germany, I required to clean the woodwork. The and she always went to the seashore in ! lower ;,!art of the house is cleaned in the summer. 1 the same way, and although the celShe fought with him a great deal and 1 lars come last. they should receive the once she took an ax and said she was most careful attention. going to chop his head off. The final It is beet to use a clean flatinel.wrung separation occurred in July. 1895. as dry as possible from warm soft waThe divorce vvas granted on the ter, to wipe the furniture before apply-ground of desertion.--(New Haven Reg- I trig' the polish. as the dampness of the Ister. cloth takes off any fly specks and dust a k . Hamlet, Aet V, Scene PinaOlan, that delirious talth, : nhI14 1 devided hit, a bull's rye hit, whet) !they were first introduetal two years ago. ;Nothing (Ike them WIN ever produced hes tore orsinee. Plm-Olas erat( sensa t ion at all swell 'dinners and luneheons where they ars ;served. Pint-Olas are round at all greerrl , and hotels. you will KIP them on nasals ;of all first-lass hotels. restaurants, ete. :Whether it is a dollar or a twenty dollar ;pe plate dinner, whether it is a quiet i home party dinner, or a millionaire's ban. cinet. Plin-Olaa are served and enjoyed by all present. Every one who has tasted , them likes them. Yon have eaten them, or eourse. If nut, 'get a bottle at your groper's, and you will ; agree with many thousands of other lovers of good things that l'im.tilas are delielaus !eating, and they are wholesome. too. SEVILLE PACKINci ('O., New york, Exelmilvistos in Olives and Olive prod nets. Manufacturers. Packers and lainart. eys or the famous rip)-0111S, Bah). Olas,, "White Palad" Qiieell Olives and Nicene Olive Oil. rk.,11 Ar-tiv. sk?t4:11 Wicir .1,;',IP;i-:ii,' ',k,-;,:t,!,t ..,,7,, ,ii',t4.Atiiill Iiii,,i,1,,, ,,,,, Hit, a Palfiable Hit." I! Distributing Agents, JoliN A; ANDREWS & cu., Roston. I ... ,. . which may be on the polished w004, and does not harm it if wiped tiry immediately. Then take coital parts (it the best boiled linseed oil turpentine and vinegar and rub all parts well, afterward pelishing with a soft cloth and leather. Marble Nv ashstands and mantelpieces These can be eleatated by simply washing the surfizee with warm water, ta which a little borax has Iteun added, polishing afterward with a dry (dote. .tut ir itoeh soiled itoti stiiined boil with a little water, (Ind parts of stion and powdered whitening and a little soda; lay the mixture on whilst hot. Ict It remain a (lay or two, wEsh off with clt,an water. and polish NV 11 h a snt t (l)th. To polish eitcloth, shred half an ounce of beeswax into a s(urer. cover it with turpentine, and place it In the oven tat. Ill melted; after washing the oiltdoth thoroughly. rub the whole surface lightly with a flannel dipped In the xv,ix and turpentine, then rub with a dry cloth; those who object to the slipperiness ,it the wax may prefer the fcllowing totn. od: after having washed the nilviorh with warm water, wet it all over with milk and rub it well with a dry cloth. Nv hen a most beautiful polish will be tne result. To wash brushes dissolve a Piece of soda in some hot water with a few dren3 of cloudy ammonia; put this in a basin, and after thoroughly combing out the hatr frcm the brushes dip them bristles downward into the water and out again, keeping the backs and handles away from the water as much as possible: repeat this until the bristles look clean, then rinse the brushes In a little cold water; shake well, hut do not wipe them, as this makes them soft; put the brushes to dry in the sun or by the fire. Mrs It. B. GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE It has been found feasible to keep on sell back numbers for two months. For sod back numbers apply personally or by mail to Boston Globe. 242 Washington at. Boston Daily Globe two cents. Sunday (hobo tivo cents. Persons within the Boston postal ills. trict who order copies by mail trust send one cent extra for The Daily Globe and tws cents extra for The Sunday Globe, to covet postage. Will Mrs B, or some one else, kindly tell me the best kind of thread to tise for table mats and dollies? Alice M. "Estella": Irish lace. April 13. Charlestown, N H. Mrs B. Will some one please send in a recipe for raised biscuits? I use ary yeast for raising. Header. Will 'Parsons Wife" please send di. rections for crocheted cover for sofa pillow. with kind and number of thredd and number of hook? The thread and hook are omitted in nearly all direetionsi. and make considerable difference in the work. E. S. S. Will !some one please tell me the date of paper in which the recipe for soda sirup was printed? E. C. I have a number of nteo receipts 1 have taken from The Globe. I have tried Mrs B. lace. Charlestown. N II; think it very pretty; hope she will like mine. I have sent in a number of coaching receipts. but never any fancy Work. C. E. 8. 'Al. Bad Circulation Is 0110, or- the most dengeroillt sqmPthrna that can confront one, for it stops the entire Iwo, eldoery a the body, dispiding it Alan throlting off Its refuse waste matter and regulating great orgsnista or health. think that the majority of housewives M to,b0,,1 yale s will agree that a regular turn out at least once a year is absolutely nec- I 1 le essary. House cleaning should have no fixed fri I date, but should depend entirely upon ,the vweather. It is rarely warm enough 100d TO111C :;;;'4;T - --,--r ai , t Cgo it4 what etery man, WOMMI and eh! needo at thla thne or the year. It aettrehes the blood drop by d rop,, removing from it what doe net belong there and giving to it villa it ludo. Study the lam.; of Datum nd you win awl t mi t unleas the bbooll is kept pure it is au ILU.; lot-okSibi AO' ttfr enjoy henith, or ally other a'.-. thing In lite. A good eouiplexion. bright e,es a vlar brain and a loving heart, ali delavi tat pure blooit. ride's; Mood l'onto 111 your rien(1. $1.01) per bottle; six tor 50th Sold everywhere. MME. M. YALE', Health and Comidell'',11 Specialist, Yak Teolidt of Itpautv. Win Ave., 4 liteapt. Send fin' mo. YALU, ! "6,11de to Beauty, froo. , MELLIN'S 0.4 - FOOD and fresh milk. There is nothing better for a bottle baby. Mel lin's Food Company, Boston, Mass. 0 it, r 10 ,, I 41.,, V. ti . ra Ultit ileetneu eior- i is saa ea ik),1AY, LIM' )111C0Ille tu oe LISell 10f Vt lllllll V JILIULL LI V tile onara. anti in anal- all'aras. 41r.ii7,'71 have written corrections out in full in- . , -- - tion was granted an additional week's LAST OF THE HASSANIMISCOS tat, stead of using abbreviations, thinking ' , ' A CATASTROPHE. othLy, wringing her hands. "I wish we 1 the support of worship in the church. a . a, sea, sy ' ,ti'k' ' it Lest. as it is a feeble hand that holds 't.s. ,- ...eel -..a.----ss a.- ea. . Ss 1 With rifles clubbed. Vennor. Tom and had not undertaken this terrible Jour- I All of the rest, residue and remaiiider vacation with full pay. aaa 8,30,0,4,,,, , the pen, and for that reason there is no . !ley"' Dan Peters of Grafton Thinks He Has i of the estate is to be equally divided - "And if they were safe aboard." cried , among his four daughters. AT THE UTOPIAN CLUB. I II NI LiaatrXn for Tv aek 7.s made In printed ..00?". Big Government Claims. : , r) p I , or but thanks for )."-Nietesia - Nellie. with tears in her eyes. "I'd set The executors of the will are Eugene (11,' his ratience and kindness. Isamay. , Grafton, once the seat of the Power- ! Woodb ur y'S Musical Comedy Presented by the Mem- my foot down at once for our immediate , P. Carver of Arlington, Mass, Henry return to earth. I have peen all I care: T. Goold of Woburn, and Calvin Page to see of Mars, or of its inhabitants." ! of Portsmoutie, bers to a Crowded House. ful Hassanimiscos, has at the present s - . sr" ,., ,4,,,N it SPRING CLEANING Bad Circulation 1 The bitterness with whieh site spoke The will ot Ezra Barker. who at the time only one living Indian representa- -: 1 ,,.x - Is fn10, of the 'noes daniterolis tassetsr" that The Utopian club last evening gave a I -V 1 ch.et surge() evineed her late fears, mai Vennor was I tilne of his death was the oldest man in Dye. ne is Daniel Peters, who to a SPY can eenfront one, for it steps tile entire I too wise to needlessly provoke her fern- ' Stratham, his age being WI years. be- dramatic performance at their club- , 'nine temper with a retort. He Quietly ' queaths $tlaeoli in private bectuests an house. Every seat in the main hall was representative confidently expressed his DOROTHY MARTIN. , Satne people ten us that if a house is eideery a the lesly, disehling it Irian threeiss . IISIP waste !baiter and regulating Me I took the lever from harry, sayinga S10.000 in puolic bequests. The estate opinion that he Would receive a share of taken by members and friends. A mu- the $290.000 which by a recent decision properly cleaned every w-eek there is no Off it8 ref organism or health . g . 1 ,In Boston ently: i is estimated to be worth about $200,900. "Let me take her for a time. You The Baptist society of Strathatn is etaried her too abruptly, my bosa" -I am aware of it now.' 'replied Harry. steal comedy, in one act, entitled "The ltilit, sSul0r4t)0,001.1 tolifepirnecaoonhtiengto be used for Troubles of John Schmidt. was given, of the U S supreme court he believes due those members of the Narragansett, "I think I can do it," returned Land- seer With quiet confidence, and with a netd of a "spring; cleaning." But I ar' think that the majority of housewives pencil in each hand simultaneously will agree that a regular turn out at the cast of characters being as follows: moheaan and Montauk tribes of Indians drew a stag's head and a horse's head. least once a year is absolutely nec- M e ,,.3 I inclu- "Tim fact is I was deucedly rattled a a To his nephew. Henry S. Lane of : ,iehlo 1 z tiesieht Koogeltup Lew Goldman ho can prov heirship and nfringe- The exploit has never been duplicated essarv . ituation and hearing Ben shriek Stratinim. Is elven $10,0eo: to his nephew liloweSrd , ' I the s e to let her go--" Edmund B. Lane of Dover. $10,0otn to "You let her go her limit. Quite nit his niece. Abby F. Lane of Dover. $10,- italpt lien Augustus Clearstareh Ciet:i.1 11ii'vrinli!ttn until this modest little Chicago girl as- t chitties ,Soberly w rnent of Property rights. e I I' S Davidson Mr Peters claims double share In view tonished the crowds at the Chicago cat, poultry and dog shows by her remark- House cleaning should have no fixed Ja w. (late but should depend entirely upon . I e I eo Y.19 I e. 9 CI , 1 fillav 22 to 24 eive ural. under the circumstanees, I an eve: to his nenbew. Albion Barker of air Pieutiful W Phillips of the fnet that his father was a full- i sure." said Vennor. Mankota. Minn, S5000: to his nephew, Teddy Henry Myere blooded Narragansett and his mother a able work in sketching one object with It is rarely warm enough e eather . To perfortn ills habitual kindliness, even her George al. Barker of aVashington, telote Mi SS Aratuela aloe hard Miss Freed Young llohcgan. her left and another with her right to leav off fires until the middle of hand at the same 'moment. April, but many small things can be 1 t4 W hat et m ery an, woman and Mill( in al t. es wood where many a man would have given to his niece, Mrs Louisa Odell of Strath-, airs Plentiful Miss RaY Young Daniel Peters is the fifth of a family Dorothy is only 12 years old, and ber done before the real cleaning begins, ads time of the PI"' irtsirittreal7stt,'1,es ,44 a 100d I, operations for , a reprimand, did not ftsrsake him. his am, $60SPO: to his nieee earolitle ;Hills, i During the action of the comedy Lew of eight children. and he is the only liar- passionate love of animals makes this such as turning out all cupboitrds and drop by drop, reniovttiiiiti, tot it what It le lie ', genters Was irresistible. and a look wife ot NS Main' II, Hells of I laistow, Goldman gave a Dutch song and dance, log member. He was born in Brooklyn . line of art her favorite study. drawerts having them scrubbed with heieng there and V 7t., 0 nd viiii win mid correcting and removing of apPreciation rose over Harrs's saes. Seitaii to hie, nephew, Thomas Barker of IlenrY E. Myers bang "Stop that Conn. Aug 3, 1816. After he was corn- c and hung in ing Al out ut c in n oththe: pure lime water and lining them with ""iLitille ItTe"1,14:ssillts 'kept pile; it is sa iu.. Mt 'Vernon, O. $ioe0: to his nephew, ' Noise," Miss Freda Young rendered n relied to leave his hunting grounds In ' ' "I am sorry enough. s aid he . " but sbieleeretsmoVeil p thetil-frilit"m44, ta efliiy heidth, or any other Pee 0111C impetalect and what's to be done." . John II. Barker of Stratharn, $30atil to "The Way to Kiss a. Girl," and wini w arn hat is now W,a.shington county, R I. CHINA shi eoani d MAN GETS A DIVORCE. risig In ilte. A go(Al cohipb-ithih. bright Blood Toni!. I Vennor's grave voice dropped a de- Mrs Ella M. Hoe'', now residing in the Phillips sang "The Gypsy Love Song."' he became a sailor. For 20 years he fol- t air and sun, boxes looked over, and all a view- brain nod a loving heart, all flei.al deformed features and all gree state of Now York. $5: to Mary Me- , After the performance the floor was lowed the sea in a New Bedford what- s . , . , First Case of its Kind Recorded id cruelblabir s hm must o't(ye- ntgewa4'(.1erFroof al hgeanrztei tlo. , 1 111, I p i !;1 friend . $ 1.00 teethe Los per re Miami. Valle' ter ssth''' I blemishes , "Return to Mars!" he said simply. Donnett of Strathana $1000; to his cleared for dancing. The committee in ing vessel. , 'Yet in the way it was said, there was neehesv, Levi Barker of Stratham, $30e0., charge were S. J. Wyman, A. H. Levey, In the 50s he settled in Brooklyn. ConnecticutWife Was a German. Before the things are removed from the Sold everywhere. tiou '. from the face or body. , that which told his if that her di- TO George Levi Barker, the son of le Goldman, A. Todtman, I. IL Pey the ser where he followed the stone masons' - - bedrooms they should be cleaned. and ' MME. M. YALF, Width and Ceipa!a..,,. N-N ill l Lee aa ea, e Bristol t 1 r s o Chi - , , Specialist, Yale Temple Sim of Iteatas. 10" !',:,',', -.,''' , play of bitterness had hurt his feelings. Levi I3arker of Stratham. is given the 1 Lew Harnliberg, M. Ratkowsky, W: trade. He married Lucinda. H e na ewitt. a dustte1 . the glass of the pictures washed All diseases She, at once sprang up with warmly Barker homestead in Stratham, which , phillips and Charles E. Barnett. Mohegan.--(Worcester Spy. man, who was granted a decree of di- with warm water to which has been eau ave., talicassi. $4, MI for . lie ' "0' le to fiemitS." ra1110,1 free. , ----- glowing cheeks, and ran to put her has been in the possession of the Barker i vorce by Judge George Wheeler in Hart- 4Aided a mite of cloudy ammonia, then , '''11 1 --- ' ef the skin, scalp. arms about his neck. family 150 years, tog-ether with all of L ' rubbed with a soft chith. the final poi- ' 40.4 ''. "Ily all meens return, dear love!" she t he furniture and household goods, all ! usiness Troubles JUDGE FEARED A HOODOO. ford, was the first Mongolian to ask ishing being done with a chamois teeth- ealikessa ',.1e7':"! blood and nervous system, the animals and farming tools of every 4 Florentine A. Jones, manufacturer of Connecticut courts to annul his mar- cr. ,as WL. l''' . ' pimply faces cleared, cried. with lifted eyes and lips quiver- ing. "To do less woidd be arrant cow- deseriPtion. 1 furnaces, has tiled a 10 183 1petition in f i MELLIN'S $ s,' bank- Wouldn't Marry a, Cross-Eyed Negro riage ties. sue mattresses and bedding must gy ' ' be well brushed and put where they can t goo 1 ' $511-1 The rest. residue aril reminder of ! , a Pile is an Americanized Chinaman. , have the benefit of the sun and air. t. 44 41,-, a ardice. You are a brave manyou all ru t - He w $' , o es , . tt, o hien on Friday, in Moon s &fret Quarttr. He has cut off his queue and he ap- see The carpets 'aliould then be taken up ilsaeeseeile. IsiSso . falling hair and : are brave men, as you today have the estate is ane to beslivitled Amanda Mecluaal Lane lY among : Ea- $ea is secured ,c- ' and there are Sil other Henry S. L. . , h, ' grandly shown! Do not think me a A brave little man is Police Justice peared in American dress lie talked . 1 and sent to be cleaned. and the floors 7104r-, FOOD mund B. Lane, ..-tbby F. Lane, Albion cre.clitors unsecured. whoae claims ag- very plain English, but at times on the i well scrubbed with warm water and . twalp tliseases cured, , coward. Sergius, that I would advocate P tts of Jersey City He has lac d Barker. George al. Barker, Louisa i reeate mole than Vete. Normal assets o . . witness stand he appeared to get ex- ! carbolic seep or lime water if preferred. lese than a return and rescue f our t d f e danger and neser turned !one o his diffi superfluous hair brave companions. let the cost be o what Odell. Caroline Hills, Thomas Barker, , a cited and the. court had some culty I After washing a room the windows and There , S-1.13e. nnett J. Orkin. clerk, Hyde Park, i and fresh milk. John II. Barker and Levi Barker. s blond hairs. in distinguishing what he said. ! loors should be left open until the . permanently removed. it may!" , . in bankruptcy, owing Vas, with 4ao I But he showed the white feather Fri- Willie told Judge Wheeler that he had I boards are quite dry. It is not advis- CONTINUED TOMORROW. assets. a laundry in Brietol. He said that his i able to Wee in a bedro ' Dentists Dine and Read Papers. 1 Joseph W. Smith. Andover, has filed I daY- Blarion Brown, a big colored man P om the night is nothing better for a 4 Call at once. (Begun April 22 and 230 wife was a German girl and that he : after it has been washed as serious ill-About 40 members of the Americans a bankruptcy petition. He is without 1 from Cleveland. was arrested on the married her in New York. June 28, iSea. f ness may result through sleeping in ConsulUttion free. academy of dentin science Pn,j0Ved a ; ciecupation. 'rhe principal liabilities are !charge of Laura Golden. -Who isn't Willie said that his wife was in the I rooms not thoroughly dry. Do not Th al- Students Must Raise Whiskers. dinner at Young's hotel last evening ! f;yal jitilgni7.t,.6,,,, rendered al a. tainst him. !golden at all. but a much darker color. habit of going away and leaving him l low the paint to be cleaned with soap bottle baby. The students of alissouri univerSi1S ana heard papers read on subjects of -SS "t's 1is '14' );A- ' n'getsi $1'''.1 1 Illtlge I ni willing to marry Laura e frequently and bentg . absent for lens or soda. Ammonia is far better. Use . . 'wiz() - re er, p aint a er, Pr ng e I n .. said Brown when he heard tie was to Periods. He gave her moresy with I one tablespoon to every gallon of water , at N. John HI have organized a club to promote the , i interest to the members of the profes- is in Uankruptey, OWIng Ste:2a assets 3-125. I be held in $500 bail. vihich to take two trips to Germany, l required to clean the woodwork The growth of whiskers. The by-laws are ' aisle Dr William P. Cooke presided. Is. E. Abrams & Co. Gloversville, X Y '"rhat's ' right." paid Justiee Potts, and she always went to the seashore in lower lower eart of the house is cleaned in igid and exacting. - Is e , , , 4 , The guests Were N D. Harney, al D. of I dealers in boots and shoes, are endeav- 'briskly. "Both of you snind up here the summer. 1 the same way, and. although the cel- l! No student will be permitted to shave, Providenee. Profs E. T. D . arev and E. i oring to compromise at Zsi percent. and I'll tie the knot right no Just She fought with him a great deal and lars come last. they should receive the 1 villObst-- i liellin's Food r 1, . 7 I oodbury ard smething more than a m u s ' o , tache t s . I i Hrne poke on Results of Injiiries - hieh assigned recentl is stated to ta. Kirke of Philadelphia and Dr Chase. ! The Yistor shoe company, Pittsburg step around here, Laura, and" r ay s " i wy, - e w one she ()man stood before him and the going to chop hi took an ax and said she was most careful attention , , . s head off. The final It is bent to use a clean flatineawrung e: Ik,- I Company, .. b.-- required. The student who has the to interior Dental Nerves," and Prof have liabiltties outstanding of t '2,732. justice turned pale. Laura's eyes are separation occurred in July. 1S95. ass dry as possible from warm soft wa- a-- d . ,,,,. , . longest beard at the dose of school is to Darby tqloke on "Dental Education: with aesetsof $11.4..1 and on are en- painfully twisted, and they present a re- The divorce waa granted on the ter, to wipe the furniture before apply- 4' VP Boston Mass 1 1 Winter St , be ewarded. . , . 4,, vs, ..., diaight 1 Dr John D. Dickimson and Dr H. S. Par- ele o r I n g t o e o p n a basis of markable case of ctouble strabismus. ground of desertion.(New Haven Reg- I ing the polish, as the dampness of the tot fillia . r The cluto is said to owe its existence scns were elected members. 2a percent. "I'll have to call it off." said Justice Biter cloth takes off any tly specks and dust t t . , k . I; - ,. . t . ,. , - , . , . , , - , . , , . . - , ,, . , , .. - , .., - . - .. - ) 4,-, ,' , , , , 1 . totk---117A ..t.F7-14-:?):41,,,NA oe:-. t. -I, . -: ,- t,,,,--t-ot-A,"),N- k p - 0; i ,,f':,4.; - . . : ;',:'i'7,-;1':e.Thliiiki,'"''''!4'. , L.. ..:::-.,..: ,.. .. . . ..".1 . i. 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