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  2. The Mirrored Demon.

    Toward the end of a cloudy summer day, I having slowly climbed to the top of a hill thickly wooded with young pines, I saw at last the gables and towers of The Alders, an ...

    Article : 3,334 words
  3. health.

    There ere really few remedies that it is safe to administer, without skilled advice, says Harper's Bazar, and thOse are the simplest, and might all be included in a list ...

    Article : 1,058 words
  4. [?]etermary.

    This disease, says Youslt, commonly called the yellows, is frequent. It is the introduction of bile into the general circulation. This is usually caused by some ...

    Article : 486 words
  5. Miscellancous.

    He wanted to know how God made the world Outer nothin' at all, W'y He didn't make it square, like a block ...

    Article : 451 words
  6. humor.

    One day as I wandered I heard a complaining, And saw a poor woman the picture of glcom; ...

    Article : 260 words
  7. A Curious Clerical Blunder.

    An amusing incident once took place in a country church which is well worth reproducing. The officiating clergyman desired to call the attention of his congregation to ...

    Article : 892 words
  8. The Kidneys.

    The kidneys, says a writer, are actively employed in separating a fluid, and likewise carrying off a substance which constitutes the peculiar ingredient called urea, and ...

    Article : 866 words
  9. Origin of Words.

    Etymology, though an exact and painstaking science, is absorbing and, contrary to general theories, very much alive. Some of what may be called its popular deter ...

    Article : 498 words
  10. Playing Cards.

    It has been claimed by some historians that playing cards were invented by the French in the fourteenth century or later, and that they were designed as gaming ...

    Article : 668 words
  11. Fever and the Cold Bath.

    The most rapid and certain way of abstracting heat from the body is by the cold bath, says a writer in the Forum, Within a few years this has been extensively used in ...

    Article : 356 words
  12. A Babe in a Bouquet.

    The Queen of Holland, on her husband's recent birthday, presented him with an enormous bouquet of flowers, of the kind used on benefit nights at opera in Italy, so ...

    Article : 86 words
  13. A Poser.

    There's a matter that troubled as greatly, And it's never been settled as yet: We should like to have someone inform as Whether Eve was a blonde or brunette, ...

    Article : 136 words



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