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  2. THE LADY KILLER.

    No more daring crime had ever before startled the public bafiled the authorities than the murder of the chief of the Kharkoff police in a public garden, at noonday, some twelve years ...

    Article : 2,972 words
  3. ABE LINCOLN'S HONEST MAN.

    "When I. first entered upon my duties as president," said Mr. Lincoln, grasping our arm in his peculiar way with one of his long, bony hands, while he ran his fingers through ...

    Article : 1,398 words
  4. A DESPERATE DRIVE.

    The boll sounded for the last time. Driver Mattern kissed his wife, leaped to is engine. and with a shrill whistle the train slowly began to move. The village it was leaving consisted ...

    Article : 2,832 words
  5. SERGEANT TRETCHER'S TALE.

    Talking of detective stories," said Sergeant John Tretcher to me one evening during our rambles," and the wonderful captures you read of in the autobiographics of celebrated 'tech, ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  6. THE MAD WOMAN'S DELUSION.

    The road ran through a beautiful, half-cleared wood, and at the end, on a slight rise of ground; stood the madhouse. Of course it was not called a madhouse, or people would not have ...

    Article : 879 words
  7. ELEVEN HUNDRED NOVELS.

    The "New York Herald" recently offered a prize of two thousand pounds for the best novel of between fifty thousand and seventy-five thousand words by an American writer. The ...

    Article : 210 words
  8. YOUNG AT FIFTY.

    There are a couple of good stories in the August" Blackwood" of a famous French dauseuse. Mlle. Guilmard. Mlle. Guimard determined, when she was young, that she ...

    Article : 178 words
  9. WOMAN'S INCONSISTENCY.

    Mrs. Gradley (tearfully): I don't care who knows it. My husband has got to give up either me or his lodge! He gets worse and worse; don't believe he'll ever be any account, the ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. Fire-proof Paper.

    Paper indestructible by file has been invented by M. Meyer, of Paris. A specimen of it was subjected to a severe test—14s hour in a potter's furnace—and came out with its ...

    Article : 39 words
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