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W A RgH 22 1901-V4 .4.
*ip~siniig is ettr ii ft W ot er.%radc undef Saec 34, chapter 43g.
nIt.fyn %Va~ ha esomletimnes here merchants Atoye at La. 1h, to- the you Colleto ofLaws
;9_______ dt"5 not pay to adtvertinie, but ItI njf1 'o 1 h no- Attrne a clrida to ahewax Clete ao W4
8M FiuIlftlE ifnde a dying trip to In notan mhdes do 111s.~ me called feaeV. 'O00 watch CrawfordvilC Fla. kulLa county Florida, to be collected T41111"lscody "MadbsnsmnoI.Avr hain to a Orve Jewelry for the current year, 190. and theape
2r 1-iilimo two iio i s~ng has been going on Ofl1ime the Ia" Come to be article of portlonment of the same to the oever0
9PP1.0. yesterdaIn, o V oillage. first newspaper W"ages ami dross. a) funds for which such taxes were
________ 96 d dnPy-Wy4 b epeke o ilby wo ;m levied, Including poll tan with county
ape ~ ~ ~ -tp tu etedyIn vlag.' ddfOM soJ, o hyou f Irieple that you gewho for when
]W K. Trice, of Tallahassee, wasl in 9"Pe~ y~g oy orre d )sho u d
911119 &ht' eekoilbusnes. wso 1111 to yeu and asko uyYUo ti ficho ud
9tlaeth.wekoiYbsneOU70 for you buy of W. 0 l' Sopehoppy T 340 amosst chaJgedkG
________ eip, would yes help them or would Flu, who has a to Pill of the' o'. aod pd. to Trosats MaM I AN~ W46
Ikis a sin to steal a pin-espeelgly 7,11 me and hel*aothor one of your 'A'. Fr. MAIN 00. *4very article Ali ka.A i ilaond attached tu it. friend4whaoijd a(,& ask you. fittesegoos is f. A ntt e
Advertise let the Poidke know that mie9 so 6OATIORMUIS?
guarantee to this given With~ APOTINU
1'uoc okit* it"s wre"ku -Many a you wan$ their trade, and tell ithom pach article o4t st purchased oiGprseta,,17
.strp on Moe natimonial on., what YOU have got fuar sale. Jet the atter tr.oly~ roe t sh2 15, 74
It dunt ouk -mue like w nw tht YOUt Am tll 10 the business. IV F. ?Alfl Co. la T toTe toW rb2,M .874
to Lo nt lyu s tue 0iew ane gains It tPAP to advertise in a big eity, Eastern rsety endship and' M....83
n a~,~b8~r.Irng weather &bhis ygvjr. siyahul is not pay to advertlee in eddy Sts.. 1. 2 1 coo a ,10,9
br. Ji. II. launlt oil lupping arotaul o ___________ W ste r n t Je*o i eb o a 0
____ ___ ___ leg Ailt wo k 5.a o ts r n o w ow Cot. wAn pd, to T rsv., to. liarch 1901, -* 41(thu Wella if Bryan- is46~ wa. &VA floor2,~ spee rn"
3455ft J lirwvI iajrans au offer you (l(* no' pric -f.Q".
4464L i" bln~ynot icef"L I E-1A4.ad pd. to Tres., to NrIMonh %A, IS
4rasin Drvgoods Shoes DP QAI fE
W-1IWPW il o Mv ats and Cap. # W HISKEY MI
W. Dval Atlest J. M. Toolee
la e i tu otwwjL ". t'amo. wo"bt19V6e, rad ra any kind ;o.A.5D BY. rGt, eia
Saywha ~ ~ o vebicie call A Duval. wailm 411 -" atsnal are t
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greet my ustoiners,11goLA ee btfth bmi s'
11" J#110" of Qarrebae i, F. W. Duval for siting 0 eled ISY odt s
visiting waiMI mnldftjsivee "out hsuy 9d wa&
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ut~le'lii :tel I ii- Sitliluleel i gill': tutue Si i~hit llinter to foummill giiThisllgrandof spring ite' s short On tht'sotilplwe. It i notColy:anaid todiges Iii I~l ueieuv a Io g 0 V 1111'4 1 .1 Ili' e 'I t rv te %-(- Uhf wn li''et t otin o li le I Ila e 'i h 'g 'i tio n but it r ts, a regular, nt ral 13 le t i I it he i''ii W01114 be 'ti le
411 ci ra )Iie' riij lelsl ooIlt 11 ooi r "'1' i i nl ror wil itc f1esht ivi ten, tirle Withut f~k I .i ii pit he iit it e lities r emn d y e Ih eact lyn of a the ow ls liver, Anidi Itd tor Ii i n.''- 'nt*
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4.1-1111114,1 theui le'8 o t silkt-tvi a I at hoile' --ti l'i-en3 dg lins hi dn." i lr~ 1110 t t444h1rsid if i ioter.'' sa jd lIcit.j aned athyati Dr f tre ne' s ler a v PeIttoi-tld l ik'to knw wh en
S I do 11.1so iit tsiitlh' laspe N.13'1y liii i gut n ii. dien, tMrs, eVin. "elobi I'l i le~ ou w ne klit bodaNd nerve remted spig mae en- q oo i nt a tleu sitt'' ugnelI hit s iiunid in cae"pl nfltoyli'-'f-I 'Il'ui tier 111) 11t s 'eatr ] It lied tit( e r. dug ol silk I never C tte Au tireay fo plu re,~ heIat-iving veete- a~? c r k e Ii-it oor." si'l Piar11111"
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'IIie ]lis gimngs 'i)' iti mih'n'~ tldrl ae r em i ell and thteepem giel "G od Bu t h~ o, Jien. Iti iii s hivc'
tile girls for outl gleuwnl th en inn lea the bed~n Iid in.s la W .
Iny ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i Very own. It th'utgh Ilow othe. htwelln on f vrfir ~t i-l.d rn ree month, so onre an e aete xm4tlt ^1001ai ehi I-n wtoiitfior1.hln -, Il, t litl e eelen stai'l is ar btil p oer, hIlitl n eitllo Iseie l'ia nn ou tta it is th eobetsrng t('tieeI hnu helal e e r.tli
~~l~thc. 1Fi; wvl's r'tin tolle the wish1t of klew anditle thee
idelt what Iv o~ t i u Itivr o ue tli.t tIN.vr fw hatgit m hi s tl~ing, for wan flinta h ti d e.ttotu i o ofthe' old renii sd ed that eve rybod to us e via P asn "' iet n wI isn
(10N nuip,11011- tll"4pet a iin gr et-Ae'ry uutii ii offi-r "ow Y0 e I fir. o 37an thisg in Mr.v Sl iel t t Wotx
abates?.l MilI 0want(,( tauhat Guboodaneve reedyh Firs madet ein- I lettert isBeeail'
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of a l g p n -ll, N r a t shi eli tf ,I t i n o x mfi tf i u i i l l 14 aV o C r lt c o h q n i t r ~o lie l it o f k no t'' v ol 111Ii li
tnhe g~~eirlt hadl ti g,(I % k litth Iiimn b i'- Iite'ri 13 .1 (.tillithy n l IN In fist, for onc l ttlh owother kIwa roued wieath i.hd he, no onetli11 ca t th nele ra v 7' ,it-Iske h'h
cothesh i-ad r s, gm i ii't Ieas1111ivit l'it g l It 11114 i' e elt' 1it?1a g et i bhl' oilnmti 11 I fltI ri st y litd seeBer"th a ng "and ou ld not t iste ey acou t ofin theih n w wh t e t ee
thln i l iti ltii e sson fpp o rhe tlhi' fit lni t'luo it I liin fo an op ra ha tt t wo it I l o ou of pan ind mee y h eeayd y to tin e rin any.- tthi tng In N i S'(eii ile f It."
('(ii114M it It' l t sl l'. Infatt, llIg g am a lijo tt very 11 a to el thf t lin t Iow We( e I "calways '-'m launoethnyingm tm c would ~''h elil tol lis4111 f"-Pllil.
it- huV iittijr fr lii ,I reem tt e ~ ,u' Nin g ilye111.1A & Io feer hanl ed atot .er" ) .ntw n t iie sort eso. Iiy hN. to strvysf to have%, M y~ Lf ti log as g e tit hint lIne It ai lItle itik kert fo t e'n intili- luit'rll ap titi i t iaatliizt un 'ttil wa tf or Itc e A i -'is g o e t o k" al l troubh ed wt h g i des upt work att od ra ? hiagoe lt-'or.t orf- btt tiwork. 1-1te, it ltt r viii o 11i~i AvIili'l1 ttit i',fergi al n nth e rctlt :rs ". lantd co l w o s ee n r os ac nd oiserab e ter 1 iic-T h Chy or on e s'sleroldOnghe r a Illa fi ti' fo t ~e r g l r I ilx a0 tca'tal wit -tn T a il hcithas ( lC" ,,Do y u tlise verhta nd d y wtly p p i ,c udA i ad iih ga d a t oil'yar
socia' i il'P111hsc-1.l its-et whued 1they heardv tl" at11 hnst t Ie fie fltitice m~~ wrsthrnn want lat someoine, rycomendeud D.:ein p-'t-tdt e aci erl
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lir with daclittle sons for forft'eil-3e li'. gvett gils. intl th i g i e s" sI' t things nihe A -!,, il gindin hero he n I ikdu ;hat;m ed ue h ''li ot hicag Recorid.t ture I f2dit~ thatle lltl'r either(' Illi ltart, I.p~nts waii n 13Iah s sp erd, and miweanes TholeT'? at er ohft '1111'I'ms il itiOld
'i'ucnthre er' awas eho les tht 111l olno nIt islft wastc reaed- neh Ie i'ht m i ohr.'vve b-'rn soursto ach wentawa. Iuse ho3tuti' "h oi' l Is n'otbl h t V14et'I7t .Ongeclass: gotvwi fo r aeiten htab cr ati. It iil'tlt WE "atn litend rult n'ewt me.atl It'h t tried'I 6.1 'on'. thint mtott lety? TowikneowmIcnno 1 ahr
~~t'hen~IM :tiiuitiltt thesee mit Iord thlr' wallt Atale aist' seomeoneo 1111.ti~tifti hdlI v tieoii iIei m a ap -abrdcomn de prng nee oliv isin te t o eihoa'a.
oi''r frti na e zi~l ~n?.wus ifili tie' ws t'h" 'ey Ie'r te' alt' Iit e ti nnot'lia they: ifitih iT h i tl wos NIn- so en mi erle, a lays an t enlng, rlway Tol i me to fit dai-e g i thout
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feer ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ad.' is'l Improve.t II' ttalt. eteni to iat all right I"I t hiiel fquotllesei' 'ul lfiIyi'11 ttegreatt evere ey hsdeal, o i s hof poetiry.'"li iliii y 'owsmik
Inu fo Ber i th th' aithn. tle dia ughte' r. Avt'r' ht', teitilit! Ale'i Ilie' eflin't o s tI''cil tIill,- I ittl hnl( nh rg g*t f t he d Is pi ery ad tpre:scri at h;~ of adl- !is d jite us i feel' 111011.1j -ii TlwIi'lior by te'tcli 11h u leo s for Itid o'hiireh s wtlerI li',fs iing, fiend iehe n'v ht t iit its Phl -iltili tIf ysetilrltv nw hscin r ree f 3
lathe iI'JIO'l iiitheltt~ilIe lh o Ii~lli it''t her pa 'e an leeti- uttlihrp liiacI o icruinIle W h s L Niap ewd an or miy, w hoknes sthilin' [in( iidout eltehli I sIa'i Mitss of( ;,5elth Mri moter We'vetit 11aMt Iitu e'Iilt
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Uri.. 1.1 a(Ell!" P-11olild foi-Ill it conshil'i .. I I /.I .", V 0 L .
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reemitition. ()it this point I speak Willi 111witilry elef-floll wilm, "Oh, (11111- Ijig-y's Imikiii, bill. I'llit lilt
voi.vietion froin wy own persontill ti-, dy, 1 ifin too sorry yoit (lift not pasit. it, will. 111le M, lilt 11 14)
perit-isce. I (-an rectill scarcely a day
evrinin wov tip he 1-110"ItUl .4 to it
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term lit tit(- I'lillcd StAte-4 Holkill-MV. IN lime tilly, Whell 110 Illid N14111
something milbstanthill-himtory, polviry, "a Decisioll of cliararler will offliii k7iVe 111S little t,411 it lilt 1110111 A 1411149 fille, Mrko.
political eco-flowy. or histoilleall rr.- now liend of lift- woman's department (ir and more RuCtlealf Method In to to lift Inferior mind vomitialld over it It) Illm reproat It filly.
uf t1w Tuskelsop InsUlluilke W Ilkiftem- t -a.- ww.-", a tbwtno ad 11 r 4)w yiju do d1juse pour
Not only have I found this it is said that comparatively verr Post to A otolle It UILtJ I W W It t. why, Rollo, I
one of tfi;* arrest pleasurips of my lift- -Ight feet fr its Ilane, In a
few women In I I no looked aiil'
--ogland rend the dilkilly I I'lix or
I)ut it hap, to a very considerable ex- tin(- Will) tit(- fence. at will call for rellilitill: still %-I(wm from Illy hand WHO
HeWHI)aIlcirp. preferring the weeklie
tent, inade ill) for the lack of a collect, lit, vach corner. -American Agri- worthy action done.- Hobart. 104 mistresto it liflnute or two, as It he
rhis to given no tit(- calls wily London two aho had said.
education. StiMy In ottaxion nnd out lilts Ruch a wimber of high chips wele Culturist. Ito. WIlo has niver deiiii-il hinitis If for wi-ro thinkilig over what
of season. Netier stop half waY along ly intilgit7ines. 1111% %tlllt % of Ulillg. 1!314 11111 g13II,-t.1I Ill lit a very repentant Wily. he Ileany line. I Filtart Wills One Variety aftPoulfry. glill Io lick hipif (loll; nor (lift fie stol')
M ister it or keep at It milil 0111 Joys (if charity. Sw(.11-111114..
forced to n4llnlt it han milidered yort. Ntlox Helen Could nlwn)"4 4"Neltex n Selem tint- or two varieties of pold- 1,:%-(-ry thile :I man swilem, "lit I he 1111(i licked her till uver. That
,'rver f4irgpi or overlook an old friend. great tl(.:Il of int-ri-tit wherever "it-- try thilt still your fancy anti require- (14) "M %%,fly of k
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tile, witholit the Fneritlee of R whit is better known to tht, illore. at oily rnte not until yon 111vol thing ((I Milk Itinginew oir iiiii. sit rtw. JgllII4)1* fif
of self-ficsilwet or Individunilty. Df) and ilierv Iiii 111wiyiI a great I)peolllp Wi-11 nooplainted with what yoll 1111-141AP41114-S'4 11-01114blIS lit 0W 314-0111- visit it III 114,
-lit off wir (Itisli-cm. will lit mir wirow, Itell 11,4191ty Wmll, too.
.4 curiololly to slit, hot". have. ()fit- breed aloue can Ilk. 11011,4pil pilolinit
Inak,11111ch jig it 1, 1111in to Whoill ill. WlIM lillying flit, Viit
through otir friend; that the best oil- 'Mrs. -fime M01. Slulth. lilt' n(%Iv anti varcill for Willi less expeliple. and 1111%.Ing Conly regillar Allgily 14, til,1111 It paller ovir to Mr
an un. Margery, joyfully. And the gra
ZLFL CU T B EEMdisturbed smileo-him father, turnig hair was false, and the wrinkles were
T h i r away at last and rubbing his forehead put on, and all that dreadful powder?
Arsal Organ of Wakuils Cousity. VIorids.
...... g Seely, gazing at her daughtor-in-li' "I begged himv not to." said the
PUBLulnRD 'nLY UDAY. BY EMMA A. OP with a dreadful fascination, and the i pretty bride, raising her (lark eyes
........ girls, shaking Into chairs In dismayed sweetly. "I told him it was cruel:
DU)|VAL,, ditor and Man..itger q4i iq~ -f~f~~~
.v. ...... r and Mngevsilence. and such a time as I had, saying all
J. M. TOWLY.N. Associntr VdItor.
..Your last dOay?, Deart dr u aidlt'. "Well, mother," said Harvey, light- those shocking things he had taught
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA. "Tou' last day? Dear, dear, must said. 1 s that's because ly, "of course a new addition to the me, and keeping my wig straight, and
you go today. Harvey?" said Mrs. See- l'm to I don't think she family is an object of interest; but trying not to laugh! Shall you ever
,Rntered at the Postomoe at Craw- ly, looking across the breakfast table would auty. And as for don't forget that I have an appetite, forget us?"
fordville as second class mail matter. at her son, with affectionate concern. genui lever at accounts.; and getting married hs rather Is- "Forgive you Oh, my dear!" cried
One Year inAdvano.... .0. ... And her daughters Kitty and Mar- but she or paint, or any. proved it. Take off your bonnet, my Mrs. Seely, incoherently.
Oneean o.. .. gery echoed her words. thing o She's never had ov Tke offtyo An s e hrentlyh
Six Months ................ 50 Centa "Couldn't you have got off for an- the tim for such things, own Here. Kitty!" And she hurried forward, with a
otr w sKitty came forward with a set face sob of Joy, and embraced her daugh-rank ....... o at his father, brearl- Poor girl and tightly-closed lips, to receive the ter.In.law wildly.
,oFrank ieverett of the united States Ing a ht roll carefully. "Now that But M turned away w.h marvelous combination of beads and "It was rath,'r rough." said Harvey.
geological survey has been in the youre partner, though--" an impat n," silk flowers held out to her with a gaily. "I flt like a villain when r
neighborhood of Ann Arbor, Mich., for "Now that I'm partner, It's hard "There then," she said, disgusting air of sprightliness. She saw the way you all took It. Dut about six months making a study (i work getting off," riesponded Harvey despair it couldn't be was afraid to trust herself to speak. you now what you said, every one of
Seely. 'it was all I could dlo--" worse!" Poor Mrs. Seely, sick at heart, had you-that it 'couldn't be worse.'
surface geography for th government, lie paused suilddenly. Harvey his seat, with an made her way to the bell and rang it, thought I'd demonstrate to you that
He finds that the site of Ypsilanti was "What was all you could do?" In- energy w t bell In the castor and dinner came down presently. it could. Dora Is 19 Instead of at one time the bottom of a lake, whih quired Kitty. jingling. "Turtle soup!" the bride observed, 40; she can speak correctly when
was connected with Lakes Huron and "Well." said Harvey, laying (town "This III sa id indignantly. looking round the table with a girllbh she makes an effort: and I can heart
his knife and fork, with a beamiui "It is m )Iurt iit is uJuut smile; "ain't nothing I admire so' fly recommend her for a 'willing and
smile, "here goes; ere's the news and narro d Howrensible-pre. Just pus that celery, father-in-law, obliging.' good-tempered and thoroughThere is a great deal to be (lone to I've been saving ip for you till the Iat. sumably i people," Harvey Delicious! ain't it, darling?" ly capable girl-the sweetest in the
make wireless telegraphy applicable from a natural modesty. It was all corrected, terly, "can say,.in "Extremely, my dear," said the world."
to all the necessities of the telegraph I could do to get things arranged so regard to they have never bridegroom, complacently. Mr. Beely left the fireplace anO
isonel that I could go on my wedding trip a seen, that not be worse,' is Ignorant and vulgar! What dread- came and clasped his daughter-in-law business; and by the tim that d month hence. 1 am going to be mar- past my c slon." ful things would they discover next? In his arms, with a beaming face, and
the function of the telegraph will tied. "We wll of It," said Mrs. It was an evening they never for- Kitty kissed her effusively.
probably be so enlarged that It will Kitty's spoon fell Into her saucer Seely, hol restraining hand. got. The unfortunate parents sat with "It was a dreadful lesson." said Mrs.
take all the wire lines and wireless with a clatter, and Mr. Seely dropped "Discussio I ot mend matters. pale faces and unsteady hands, star- Ieely, looking up with a tearful smile: lines together to do the business Ratio his roll hastily. And you be married next ing Into their, empty plates, or looking "but I am afraid we needed it, my
"Married!" said Margery breathless- month?" at each other with fresh horror at son."-Saturday Night.
factorily. And what of the possible ly. "On the Harvey rejoined, each simpering, senseless. ungramapplication of wireless telegraphy to Mrs. Seely alone remained calm. "Of course I all be there?" he matical remark of their terrible daugh- A RACE FOR A MINE.
telephony? We may, after all, be She rolled up hber napkin, put it In added, rath ously. ter-in-law.
only on the threshold of a wireless its ring and looked at her son through "By no id his father, Kitty and Margery excused them- A Midwinter Diah to locate the LE
age, observes the Now York Commer. her gold-bowed glasses composedly. shortly. selves during the second course, and fler Mine.
She felt, however, that this was an "You coul ly expect It." said flew to their rooms to cry themselves "An exciting race for a mine took
clal. Important crisis. Mrs. Seely, 'hfully. to sleep, in an agony of dismay and place in February, 1896. For many
When Hfarvey-their only son-had, "Very we Mohammed won't mortification. years it had been known that the ColThe prospective development of ot with commendable independence, left come-' Yo ard the observa. "I shan't think of setting up," said ville Indian reservation was rich In
sub-marine boat Is likely to nuke a his pleasant home to "get a start" In tion. We sh you a visit Immr- the bride, rising from the table with minerals, and prospectors had slipped lew demand (in our naval training sys- the neighboring city, they had il diately on o rn from our wed- an apologetic giggle, and with the last in, eluding the vigilance of the Indian tern. With only one such bat now in vc.ted great things of him. (ling tour, wi ir kind permission, of her d'ssrt held aloft. "I'm too police, to explore the mountains in
Ile %% P':hd be' rapidly successfll; he You must ka ra." wore out. !f anybody ealls-o' course northern Washington. But long be.
existenc. the Holland, h rqur would llstingulsh hhnWf In the prhe When ,e house, anhuev an hour everybody'll all--Just tell 'em I'll see fore white men had entered the In.
nmxnts of the lervco lavn lei t 't l y resslon ho. hd hou n and amass a for later, he had th, quired permission. 'enm tomorrow. ('o:nl on, dear!" dians knew that the top of a low
volunteers; but when the half-dozn tune'; and he would woo and win mountain near the nation's border
vessels of the kind now building are some sweet girl. with a long row of kissed him good In an injured and juvenile nod over hr ::boulder, and line was covered with bright blue an,',stors-the 'eg,. being them- reproachful way nd his father had with her beaming ycung husband fol. tones, so gaudy that many were car, completed it will not be possile to rel- sives a good old family, were great shaken hands, c( ly. lowing. rk, d off and placed In the wigwans.
]y only on volunteers. and it l'cl ally respeters of blue blood-a host of But his ears Ill rang with that Mrs. Seely wrung her hands despair- The prospectors knew that these gay trained force of "submnritists" will be accomplishments and it heavy dowry. odious assertion "It could not Il, lntly. stones betokened the existence of cop.
worse!" and he s thoughtful all the p r v i s n a y a h n r y
needed. The duty on these vesseih will Their hopes had seemed likely to he woe and o the "We said it could not be worse," per veins, and many a hungry eye
call for a high order of skill; it will fulfilled. llarvey had proved himself way back to th Y she said, faintly. "But this! How was cast at that rock.strewn patch of
posessed of remarkable business qual- shall we endure it?" ground before the government lifted
bepOoseshead rrise uiness a hare- The Seelys wer, In a state of sub- "I shnll not endure it!" said her the ban that kept out paleface in. a nso very htazardous. O..ur s5.Lhd's ities; he had risen quickly, and had rehave never hesitated to volunteer for gently exceeded their wildest ambl- dued excitement. Lusband; hi'i face had grown almost truders.
dl H'fvey's wedding tour was com. careworn during the last two hours. "But congress passed a law opening
dangerous work, as witns Cushing's lions by being made a Junior party r em pleted, and they lad received a tele- "I shall send them packing tomorrow, part of the reservation to mineral Iocrew and Hiobson's; but the require- his firm.
All that now remained to be desir' l gram that afternooa to the effect that and If ever he enters my house cation. oas his safe conquest of the beautiful he would be "on Land" tonight, with again-" "Waiting for the president to sign
met by merely personal bravery. A and aristocratic young person of thl/ his new wife. He brought his hand down on the the formal proclamation, two parties
new rating seems needed, composed of dreams, with her many talents aild The dining-room table was set for table threateningly. quietly entered the forbidden territory
trained men, who shall receive special substantial Inheritance. dinner; and Mrs. ly wandered "But that will not help matters," and camped alongside the promising
pay for their very up work. cam- It is not to be wondered at, there, from one end said his wife, miserably. "He is vein. At Marcus, the nearest telepayfortheirvery fore, that the arls were "ed; we are dlsgriced; and every, graph station, two young men waited
me~nua wt to nity an olr husband's uno cad body will know It. with tense nerves for the ff1 r'cll ..
Srog htatr. lSeely fumbled tier with his eve ng newspaper; but There was a silence. that would tell that the president had
brought with his watch chain in nervous suH- he was not read It. Kitty and "I had pictured her to myself," said signed the proclamation. It was a before the navy 'department already, pense, and that Mrs. Seely opened her Margery fluttered about uneasily. Mrs. Seely, beginning to sob, "as a cold, gray winter day, and the snow and will be provided for shortly, in all lips twice before she found strength watching through the window for the young girl-a person of suitable age was piled high. Late In the afternoon to propound the all-important que- carriage from the railroad station, for my poor, misguided boy, decently the word came, and there was a simulprobability, says the New York Sun. tion: "I hope," said Margery, with a ner- educated, and at least a lady. And taneous dash for the horses that were
"Who is she?" vous attempt at cheerfulness, "that even then, when I did not doubt that waiting outside. Then the race began.
The Torrens land-registration law !s "She Is a Miss Dora Berdan at pres- se will be barely decent-present- it was such a one he had chosen. I Plunging through drifts, tumbling
growing slowly In favor in Massachu- ent." said Harvey smilingly, able. Think of the people who will thought myself the most unhappy down declines, toiling desperately up
setts, and in recent months the court "Berdan?" Mrs. Seely repeated, and call! I hope she' won't be worse than creature in the world, because she steep hills and bounding at full speed raised her brows inquiringly. "I don't we're prepared to see her." had not wealth and an old name. over the level stretches, these two
has been doing about all the business think I have heard of the family." "She couldn't be." said Mrs. Seely, Surely it Is a judgment upon us. Oh' horses bore their riders. Sometimes for which It has facilities. For the "Not at all likely," Harvey rejoined. dismally. was there ever so dreadful a thing," one was ahead and sometimes the
last two years the record of fees paid "They are quiet people." There was a roll of wheels, and the "Probably not," said her husband, other. The sun disappeared and the
over quarterly Is as follows: January, "Berdan!" Mrs. Soely repeated, twinkle of the carriage-lamp at the grimly. hurrying pair blundered along through
389,$9160 prl.$1158 ulmuingly. "No; I have not heard of door, and the bell rng sharply. It was a solemn group which waited the deepening twilight. and then in
A99,1.0 ; obr l $688.91: Jury, them. Where do they live?" Kitty and Margery clasped hands In in the dining-room, next morning, for the light of the stars reflected by the
$94.02 Ocobe, $A8.1; anury, "In Weyman street,' respondeel sympathetic agitation; Mr. Seely the appearance of the newly.wcdded glistening snow. Spurs were plunged 1900, $350.02; April, $908.85, July, Harvey. dropped his newspaper and arose, and oplso deep that flecks of blood ptalned
$887.83; October, $1154.08. The entire Mrs. Seely fell hack in her chair Mrs. Seely advanced toward the hall There were mark'i of a tossing I: soy lotsd ysd hy
assessed value of the land covered by with a little gasp; her husband turned door with dignity. night on every face--in troubled scrambled up the mountain. The yells
petitions presented to the court since a dismayed face upon his son; and It opened wide before she could brows, swollen lids and pale cheeks- of the riders were heard in the disKitty and Margery gave little screans reach it, and Hlarvey entered, his face and a general gloom prevailed. tance by the rival watchers, who did its formation, both the cascs settled "Weyman street! It was miles from suffused with genial, blissful smiles. Mr. Seely stood in front of the fire- not wait a further hint, but drove the and those still pending, amounts to the region of aristocracy; it wa-i "This is my wife," he said, proudly, place, watching the half-door with a stakes that were to locate the La $1,430,557. An illustration of the ad- peopled with working girls, and meanm- "My mother, Dora; my father; my stern face. He was master in his own Fleur mine.
:vantage of the system for business stroees and small shopkepers; with sisters Kitty and Margery!" house at last, and he was determined "Then followed wordy disputes, fist
street venders and old apple-wome, And, with a caressing touch, he that it should not be disgraced by his fights and the flourishing of WinchesSputrposes it. furnished by the Recorder. for all the Seelys knew. took by the hand and 4.4 forward son', wife f other hour, ters, but before the mine was chrisA man with real estate in the North "Not Weyman street, Harvey?" among them-- "Pleafe etthemi away before any- tened with blood, one party concluded
End of Boston. which was valued at said his father, appealingly. What? body comes, papa!" said Kitty. "It to withdraw and fight its battle in
aot$000hareitrdiunr "Criny Wean tre"Ha- Mr. Scely gazed with startling eyes; would be dreadful if anybody were to the courts."-Eugene B. Palmer, in
~the Torrens law. He went to the vey repeated. Mrs. Seely dropped the hand she had see her" Ainslee's Magazine.
"But she is not--she cannot be of started to hold out, .wlth her face "Dreadful!" Margery echoed, with a -___bank and wanted to borrow on the cer'- gen family, living In Weyman growing ashy, and Kitty and Margery Ioa. ned to Siamrelm a Cat.
tificate. The representative of the street?' sild Mrs. Seely, anxiously, gasped. There were footsteps on the stis An old lady living In Paris has
batnk saw the property in the morning, "The family i quite respectable." For what they saw' was a woman of Mrs. Seely turned with a shiver, and brought an action for slander against nnd the papers were alpsdn teher son responded, quietly. "Dora's apparently 40 years. with a face the girls caught their breath. a neighbor for speaking Ilbeloui
al asdadtemother is a widow. She seFws for a powdered ad painted in the most us. The hall door opened, things about her pet cat. She cowtransa.tihn finished about I oclock the lace-goods house, and Dora has been blushing manner, with thin gray hair The waiting group looked up slow- plains that her Tabby has been s~aine dlay, Instexd of covering two or asistant bookkeeper in our estab- crimped over a wrinkled forehead in ly Would she not be still more terra, treated in a scandalous manner by the
: three weeks with the search of the lihment; that is how I met her, a ickening affectation of youthfulness, ble in the broad daylight-that artifi- neighbor, who attributed to the depre, title and other delays. Mrs. Sely groaned, and with a diminutive, gaily-trimmed clal, simpering horror? dations of pussy the disappearance
.. .._ --i*A"A bookkeeper--e seamstres!" she bonnet perched thereon; with an I But it was not the Ight they were of certain game and poultry which had
WI~V v LO INt ejaculated. "Oh, Harvey, you could fected, mincing gait and a sipering prepared to see which the open door been left lying outide the kitchen
-ji I LOI not hedoewre"diclosed; it was not a painted pw- window. When the owner of the cat
Iro~t "A penniless girl!" said his father, "This is my wife," Harvey repeated. dered semblance of a woman who heard of the charges made against her
hoped for you! No; it could not he The bride tiitered, and downcast eyes. dered her dear Tabby should go to
~Kidney aud BIadder wore.." "Mebbe they' think I in't good It was a slender, sweet-faced young court, if there was any law in France.
-TnoIJIL3. "A common working-girl!" said enough for 'em,. de'ar?" she observed, lady, with shining brown hair crown- She took out summons In due form,
Kitty, in a choking voies. "And tartly. ing a charming head, peachy cheeks, charging libel and slander against the
lb ?Ot e OM FORT everybody wll knowlit! Oh, Harvey, impossiblee. my pet," Harvey re- in which the color cam~eand went,.and cat. It was found soon after that the
he';t (',ntryKtdney Mediclne, ,~lus'as- it couldn't be worse!" sponded; and patted her falsely- soft, dark eyes, which studied the game and poultry had been stolen by
te i I,, cur. ,am~ansi ,,r the Kidney. NIaldee The young man loked frown one to blooming cheek :a!Tectionately. "Be- carpet in pretty timidity; with dinty, a butcher's boy, and the neighbor, of
aned i'ricery dlrg-.Ia ace' bna Irighis Disee another in astonished. hurt and half- sides, if you wen, but a shadow--a slippered feet. and a lace-trimmed course, apologized for the hard things
1 _B 'itarrh.1 ,, t ie r llrthrayel. t)iabeitoa, loel*
anl Rhce C aii.ic 3* to caum' frcom an el- contemptuous silence. calricature of 0'or beautiful self, they wrapper, fitting snugly to a perfect she had said of the cat. But the ,', reeeI WI 2t r '3 n., d e ,,us tie:@ if it d,.onflt Margery turned to him, with a gen. would not have be'e'u surprisd-. Th[ey form. owner of the net still declares that
d,, jid.( '.a et ,.eett we. wi r'eiuaei yeItr Imolley.
I.-- CUM FOI r' eoil t, e'v.ry 0.tiii e,1 naati'e. Ue sympathy milnlling with the were prepared for the worst." "Goad morning," she said, gently. she will "have the law on" the woInCdi 'a.n ),,ur d'rueodl~t for a tre.'aIectlle bottle ima nhe.ae He lookt.d at his horrified relative Harvey had followed her closely, an who slandered her cat.
' J~f a,, hlt it. write tuc suc we will iceaU it free. dim yI he fa .
ILargc MuItc,. Mil 4eucte at all druggsie~f "Perhapi," she said, hopefully-- meaningly. "Well, Dora,"' he said, looking from
'ii rN S'.IIALD-o.vl rl "perhaps there is so mthingX to make The truth of his wordsi Sashed over cne to an other of his speech les re la- Whem a.. ,M I. IIhoeked.
',APCO CHSMICAL O up: Perhaps sheo is a wonderful them. tives, quizzically, 'they don't seem in- The average girl may ma be sip
., te 31 ,513 beauty, on a great genius, or somes- Yes, they had all Idk. I'sIeItodly. clined to speak to you." prIed when a man prIoposes to heIr.
4 __CKSONo YEiLSvI. nfLA. thing?"' that "it could not be wese." Dut Dut Margery had come toward her but it's a terrible shock to ehe average
Bcerreepa.sdne i thermes. recb u Harvey gave her a grateful smile. this wretched, w rinh'-'-- beis-e-ed hatily, and sizled bth-of her hands, -na when the gir aoepts,8.-Mov
(in wrting ror sample bote- "I think henr retty, ot course," he ceanture-=had they dremme ut ris? "Wase it you all the time?" wried York Press.
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THEMANWIT A APPY SMIt.
EYESIGHT OF SAVAGES. may be from an Instinct of pl-- CENTURY WONDERS. o t s In proen of the work of THE MAM WITH A HAPPY SMI
fece, never cultivates at all. but p olton in moulding th an a at il t i to tr 4 1 11 a
illits to fio t1ilnt4'(. 1 Is f I" t e vgetable king oim Itoth' ilh the vast
NO DOUBT THAT IT IS SUPERIOR TO pa,,.li that in a ch:r. dry air :,. ITS SCIENTIeIC VERIES HAV" gaub,.i'nt pr''lhis., an,. %Ih:it is fmi'ore l onh u, tue wrhl a twtter
TrAT OF CIVIL:Z .D MEN, that of 4South Africa the eyt, qCtul ,t PROFOUNOLY A ED OUR LIFE. in prta tnt fi h Io h i ra ,tic, ip n! t of i 1,, 1 t on
a certain keennebs w hich Is wanting viw. Ill out. wn titil' W hile I ant I . t i m.; nt h! w ,n
In it Ill i !. It-, 1%'.,l W
B t W e th e r t hI N ulp i or3 y )i I n ntlle to th e e y e u se d fo r g ton e ra t i l s t.) ; hl l N nll t r h 1 a l I nk1 ost 1 i i th e re' is ti i t iLrn a tl1io l ll 0o r
or lh* ]ecult if Tr ihuni I'nter a h midl atmosiphre; hut that, if It o t14'1 io oe i,. I 1 em11atee f trill 1' Ihi: h 1'.k iit hi
Wider Iloriaon Ii A another ihing-l I* curs. is not dte to any defect impose 'I cssiu itrile-Th. Itiu, t a r I aide rl, I plIntiS ~anl l aslli1AIS illn lire'-t relathll
ferencesm Are N l All on i ne aIdaIc. by the conditions of civil zition. it is All our t Iarwin's v rk. Thl, show the, way Ili ki. tie, litthi. chibllrot, hIe siterokol
ill whh'h t he" iott lest rat~ K'u 'rallza, Ihci r ,,ueleluI, eu11
That mn who can see well will more like the extra thicknean of skull The following was w\r htten t wh th m at anstr'.it th i. lill tir's brt with
learn to h ( ot better than men who do which enables the negro to resist the for the tth e. n f the Naew t a t I tmay aco(fl industry. lih t tie h i lli tl t, ir h hl o lera t witha
not seet woll is a fact so patent that direct rays if an African sun without York World In rila L.t e'r' the whole t- range' Indluwst ry of Ihrila I h *il ri th gi
we do n)t (wonder S r Retivers liul- discompoit ure or braIn li iease. K. ('. . % th e'r if T iey t t e abai ne ul a Y r lie iin tr yg I to lillug hliU.A, eli e;i'er
l4r's rei : k a blecut the s ,pe ri r T he ti ulith is, W e i lev, i., that civil- S uli c lac'e i n \I* an i e sutre d wi hti w ilst tU lli fra':t. h l r .
sight (f tlh iile' S attl'rate i puhblit' at. Ize'd, 111m11 w h n!l l eilltIvatel up111 to a c T here ca tll Ii I It Iin the .I i t ho wi l uii i inlld re e f r i .e
tention. l th, thinks, It i sai l that tilhe tain poit acqilulres a latent spite Utlttll'et, hlutbory I wh!, ,lr thi Nt nl hit and a nfr,)n n tr, nrloer has the "eyesight of a savage." against civilization, as essentially sands of )ear 1 t th t h int and yy strange to te ll, tl, t t i, Iw tit ithe 'Il, n ru aa-t sa agI as1 tha 111. it of l i too Isl plite.
and sees two miles further than the based upon a system of rather warl- just passed awa b Il Lel an a nees her hayet. str eualle'd any e' t-,a gflt oI i thi ig that ai rtle.
Engliinall. and (f course that fact, son, restrictions. He longs for more one of the most abi, if n t the other to which I have redferred. w %a 'I t Ihan e'i right
if It is proved, furnlshes suflicient ex. freedom, or, as lihe calls it, sim plicity most ehmo rab ,e. hih a t l t iall I an an li man n wiv but still I dis I'hhay vted him n is n'11n1 ni feitoL
planation (if many British mishaps in of life, and. I)Png half Inclined to can be drawn. T h vol it.ali will tinctly remember how largo in my --'Ch Oi. a 'l'h ,.iii e. lrail.
the South African campaign, and ac- revert to savagery, wishes to credit be awarded to It he grom n! that youthItl wats the number of faces HUMOROUS.
counts for losses of life which might the savare with all the attractiveness it is the one which! mt prfuntd marked with the u suall-prox efceunotherwise be attributed to a reckloss he can. So strong was this feeling in ly affected the 11 editions iof the teredi in an hotir's walk. Such lght Professor--What kind of iron tldisregard of necessary precautions. the last century that the "state of na- human race. nd the death and ravages caused by hness is your father in. Mr. fIresh tin?
But we do not quite understand the ture," which s rally the state of th The salent p but th nine. this fell das have practically hen reshman-Why---r, I thilk it's mededuction so generally drawn from Sir brutes, was represented through an teenth century is it i- the,, scieu- abollhd by vacination trodued talli Iron atr.
Rodvers' statement that savage eye- entire literature as worthy of admir- tific century. Th art, larnitng abolhoy Jenner in the first half of the cont ha t makelli you think ira h
sight Is naturally better than the eyoe tlon. Serious thinkers, In France es- in the ordinary y n at th, d tury. Pasteur and istor half ve madl'e alary raied?" tisked l herful
sIght of civilized men. Why should specially. actually believed in the of it pretty much eli e wor, at the for themselves Immortal name since M "es taken up golf" replied the
it be b tter? There Is no difference "noble" savage. and even in some in- beg inning th n, and at the ed of the century b f i' tuy, o in gly
of structure in the eyeball, and the stances ventured to paint him as the The gift of sadl, to the' opening we find ourselves on the track of their Wise Guy, couvincingly.
difference in health Is rather in favor "geltlest" of human beings. He Is., as years of the cent was the team- causes of most diseases. The germs Tommy- Pep, what is a fatalist of the civilized man. The latter no a matter of fact, neither gentle nor engine then comli 0 'cm use. from which they spring are known, Tommy's l'op-A fatallst, my son, is doubt very often loses something of noble. Allowing, of course, for a very Watt's patent exp in 1800. When andti preventive medicine is now a a man who knows he's going to get the
the keennees of his sight from much few Individual exceptions, he is more one reads how as that Watt well.understood science. Hydropho- worst of it, and doesn't care.
reading and the use of artificial light, capricious, revengeful, listful, and achieved one of t oit tremendous Ida. diphtheria, tonsunption and "Which in the head harher?" inbut Tommy Atkins Is no philosopher, cruel than the lowest of the civilized revolutions recor in history one other dire human maladies show signs quired the customer. "We're all head reader little more than the savage, and tribes, with the addtlon of a callous- cannot help feell .at his, ,osltion of capitulation, while Llptortsm ena- barbers." replied the artist. "What burns no midnight oil. ness like that of Fiji King Thakom- as "mathematical truntrnt maker bles the surgeon to surcoed in opera- did yeou suppose wee were.-corn hcThe truth is the Boer, like the say- bau. who used to launch his new war to the university t (11aegow) had tions which were formerly never at- I tore?"
age. habitually trains his eye, as the boats by running them to the water everything to do w it; he lived with tempted.Mr Youngwif-My ear th ank
sailor does, to look into the far dis- over the bodies of his slaves, whom his friend Black I atmosphere of Muh f this tremendous a aton ounwte-My dear, t bank
tance, and aequires from that train, the weight of the boats disembowelled research. The ste nine, t close, of human pain and the attendant n- in which my money it dpoited hat l, and the habit of close attention o as they passed. Htie is usually treachor- ly are all solentific liatimns bound crease it the span of life have depe'n- broken' M rs. Youthgwekok Wat all ars of movement on the part o oito partlygether, underl i our modern l il upon the Improvement In the mI. hlert'y you've gat ytur ch'ckuk at
on, part.Progress, for the ena that fard
his quarry, a power of quick percep-. progress, for thef r lt gt that htathl reseope brouttht about by the study of hecne, he,,'
tlon which seems to those without it for continue u rplac opti. Stramgoiy enough, the last i- The two t frlendas had met aft er a
almost miraculous. ite sees game or gre dy, while he is almost without ex- by greater powers. pocrtant prgrcss to whilh I shall ref r hing time. "And .veyr daughter?" a? itl
an enemy minutes before Tommy can, caption more inclined to drunkenn1s8 One of the first etions during I eins to a large extent from the same oe, 's she mlllarr d N" epIlid just as the sailor sees a sail or a than the least abstinent of the civil- Ithis century of t new socrie f s ccu .'c-,, th i thirl "I hav e nev er felt that I
smoke minutes before a landsman ized races.-London Spectator. power was to h-o titin This wait The, ,arllist victories f astronomy t'iclldi affordi ai sitll-lh law."
can, but there is no difference of ort .- done by Watt him f ntiv Siyltniing- were a'hilaved without aivny instreent. Ihlbs It's erly n questeln ef time
ginal or natural powers. Tommy GETTING A WIFE ON TICK, ton on the Forth a ('lyal, ('anal in 'he horizon formed the cly point of tfore, all ipoutantl' demai etys will .ci
could lit trmilne'eI, if we took sufficient A Forme hoelizron ()pcratnr'. thisr onl pon of902. ttIpotn (,tmtt4wl
trouble t rain, him anti we took sufflent A Form r rlelraph Oprator's story of 1802. available refterenc': then came lt- r rd n ogah Shstrouble to train him a allowed su aes orhihp i ih n. Our present eno oui hattle-ships atruments without the telescope and h e h tece
ulent tm. Jut as well as the Boer. "I found my wife In an odd way,- and mail steamers d ceur estr cer's clock; next these were added. The of the hadwritig r ht't?
and very often is trained when he is a said an ex-telegraph operator, who is going at 36 miles a hmur, are doubly stoam-engie. Improvements in the oA t h lhdwritil I ctXls tf h'te'
gamekeeper, or In any other way de- now a prominent officer of a western the result of Watt' work. It ili the mnianufacturcie of glass followed, ud A teher had t a of Juvenpondent upon the acuteness of his railroad. "It was my third year in steam-engine which bullets thum and permitted the construction of enor- lie phplis that Milton, the Ioct, was sight. Let any one who doubts this the railroad business, but I had not drives them when I tit It may even mouse telescopes. Finally we have the blind. Th et ay she kei if any
just take a walk with an ornitholo- forgotten the tick language, and I bal be that Mr. Parson at the end of the optical studies,. to which I have reo. of them coul remebr what Milton's
gist, and remark what the latter sees, a room in a hotel in Chicago whic century will porve us that Watt's ferred, carried on in strict alliance great affletlon was. "Yes'mni," replied
and at what distance, when compared had a party wall with a boarding method of applyin steam to marine with chemistry. Celestial objects one little fellow. "He was a poet.
with himself. house adjoining. In the boarding locomotion can be ptrove'd upon for which the human eye will never see Angellna That waste a lovely en. The matter is of some Interest, not house lived a mighty pretty girl wihe some uses. are now studied in a hundred ways gagement ring you gave me last night.
only because the private soldier has to was attending a commercial college in Land locomotion by nesns of steam by means of photography, and the dear; but what do these initials "E.
be taught to shoot as well as any ene- the next block, where there was also a followed In 1829, the Rocket and the heavens have been expanded for tuse C." mean on the inside? Edwin-Why my, but because it bears upon the course of telegraphy taught, and I Stockton and Darlinton railway In. a thousand-fold, and chemistry ban -er--that is--don't you know? That's very large question whether civilsa.- guessed by seeing the books and augurating the loag serles of engines not stopped there. The substances of the new way of stamping eighten t ftion necessarily diminishes the phy- papers she carried that s. wels tab.- *%f *... ,id which the most distant worlds are ats!
---.f e ict--ewers of the average human be- lag that course. You see, I w's and safe transit poble almost over composed are now well within o carats!
ing. If it does, that is a great draw- watching her rather closly, for I was the whole surface bf the civlllsed ken.
back to cvilIsation, because it pre interested from the first time I ever world, both speed and economy being With hundreds of thousands of the first time, and on her return her cludes the hope of man ever develop, saw her on the street. secured by James's laventUon of the firm facts at nur disposal we can now grandma asked her how she liked it.
ang a kind of aristocracy with the "She was a stranger in town, and, tubular boiler. watch the gradual formations of "I didn't like the organ very well,"
powers of both body and mind In. of course, there wasn't any chance for Electricity comes next, with its won. worlds and study both cause and of. was the reply. "Why not?" asked the creased to a point far beyond present my being introduced to her, and as for derful record of electric telegraph. feet. Hence a new idea of cosmical old lady. 'Cause." answered Edith,
experience. That is the dream, the flirting, she showed no more signs of electric light, electric traction, tele- evolution, and hence alo an idea of "there wasn't any monkey with it."
rather lofty dream as it seems to us, It than a sister of charity would, phones and wireless telegraphy, and another evolution which deals with f supple," said the visitor, "It's of the dons who foster athletics though I gave her every opportunity, all since 1886. Of the applications of the gradual formation of the chemical like pulling teeth to get any money out well as reading in their pupils; but if I found out by a careful study of wI- electricity, after what has happened, substances of which our own earth cf your husband these days." "O!"
'the reading spoils physical as much dows that her room in the boarding he would be a bold man who would as well as the distant worlds are built chipped in lIttla Tommy, before his as it develops mental power, that Is house was next to mine In the hotel, venture to predict where they will up. mther could pesak, "ma don't have
a dream impossible of realization, and that only made me feel wors)e-so stop, or that n eoqualUtY striking de. All the world knows of the many ap. any troule pulling teeth. he just But does study necessarily have the near and yet so far, you understand,!. velopments are yet In store for us. plications of the old astronomy. sonee taes 'em out and puts 'em in a glass."
effect of spoiling sinews? That It I knew she would not be in the school If they come it will be because the of which have Ioen so inmiroved in re.
does so is a very natural idea, because much more than three months, and as future will prdue its Paradays or Its c'ent years that a ship at 16 kots aeless Seuns from (ad.
the savage seems so much more agile, half that time had gone by and I still KelvIns. speed can determine her positlon to a
and is. beeldes, trained by his mode of had made no progress. I began to The saving of the lives of our small. mile in any part of the trackless Perhaps the most Interesting experllife, which the civilized man Is not; grow desperate, for I couldn't bear ors by storm warnings and the study ocean. The applications of the new ence of musc'ai sands is that recorded but we do not know that there I any the thought of losing her. You know of the laws of storms is one of the astronomy are yet to seek, but they Iy Kinglake in his journey across th, Idsert. He says: "As I drooped my
solid evidence for the notion, a romance like that makes a del applications of the sc.ince of meteor- will come. bead under the sun's fire and clmed my
The "big. black, bounding beggar," more ImpresaIon on a fellow than the ology which the century has brought Thae leurbins Racer, eyes agaInst the glare that surrounded
as Rudyard Kipling called him, can real thing. us-a result undreamed of by him who It was just at the most Imprsalv4 me. I slowly fell aleep--tor how many
outrun the citizen, or outwalk him in "One Sunday afternoon I was In my first "weighed the air." Nor do the point of the great Shakespearaln pro minutes or moment i cannot tell; but
a long march, or throw him in a wres. room and she was in hers, and I could benefits of scle e to our soafarlng duction. The big audience gazed after a while I was gently awakened y tie for life, but the trained runner will hear her driving a nail in the wall and seagoing populatloas end here. spellbound at the massive splendor of a peal of church bells-my native bells outstrip the savage, the gamekeeper and a great thought came to me sud- Ocean currents as well as air currents the stage, and drank in eagerly the --the Innocent bells of Marlen, that will walk with him till he drops from denly. The next minute I had caught up have been investigated and charted by impassioned eloquence of the famous never before sent their music beyond fatigue, and the Cumberland wrestler one of my shoes and was pounding Its hydrographors, who have added to actor. His subtle art had touched a the Blagdon hills! My first idea naturwill like nothing better than to throw heel on my wall, but I wasn't driving these benefits by maps showing responsive chord in the hearts of his ally was that I still remained fast him over his head. The whole differ- nails. Not much, I was making a tele- depths, so that now the contours of hearers. The quiet intensity of the under the power of a dream. I roused ence is that the savage is always, from graph call. It wasn't anything in par- the bottom of seas and oceans are scene caused men ad women to hobt myself and drew aside the milk that the habits of his life, in a condition ticular, only an 'attention' call, and nearly as well known as those of the their breaths. The stIllness was al- covered my eyes and phnged my bare which the citizen only reaches after after repeating it till I was about to land surfa'es. most death-like. It was a triumph face into the light. Then, at least. I
weeks of careful training have re- give up in depair, it was answered More than this man himself has of illusion. And just then a man was well enough awakened; but still stored him to the full exercise of his from the other side. Then I tele- been proved tai have been present on snored-a gentle, peaceful snore that those old Marlen bells rang on, not natural powers. Just give a savage graphed, 'How do you do?' and that the scene cntemporaneously with told of refreshing slumber. The ten- ringing for joy, but properly, prsily, who has never been accustomed to was answered, a little bit slow, per- many now extinct animals at a time slon was broken. People laughed hys- steadily, merrily ringing for church.
carry weight, say a red Indian of the haps, but answered all right, and the long antecedent to that favored by terically, as they do when sharply After a wble the sound died away
North American forest, the weight to conversation continued. Arohbishop tshe r. This work has eonLrasted emotions are brought sud- slowly."
carry under which the British soldier "She was not the most skilled op- been extended by the modern science denly and unexpectedly into play. Kinglake thought he had been the habitually marches, and see which of orator I had ever takes, but certain'y of archaeology, which has demonstrat- Again sad again came that gentle victim of a hallucination; but it la them will give out first, though the the most laterestlng one, and we ed the existence ot settled commun- snore, and finally It ws drowned in a probable that he heard actual musical savage has even then the advantage of talked through the wall till supper ties and by no means rude civillza- rustling of gowns and a buss of com. sounds, either issulng from the rocks having walked every day to his full time. That evenln I began asain, ions thousands ot years ago, and it is ment as people turned to look. The beneath the sand, or caused by the power all his life. If it were not so, but she was not at home, and when I now evident that "in the noblest study great actor, who boasts the eccen- friction of the particles of sand over man as an animal would differ from all got In at midalght I wisely forebore of mankind" the geologist and archae* tricty of genius, knew that something which the travelers were walking; aa other animals, for it is notorious that sending a 'good nlght' to her. Neit ologist must work together to dive had happened, but it is doubtful If the in the case of a curious mountain no wild horse can keep pace with a morning I hailed her with 'good still further into man's early history. snore had penetrated across the foot- which Darwin visited in Gulana. It il
racer and no wild dog can escape a morning' and got an answer, and than But there has also been another lights. He halted, paused a moment, called by the natives ICl Hramador-or hound. The Kanaka, it is true, of the I asked her if I couldn't meet her very practical application of geologic, and then went on, but with a notice- the Bellower-lcause of the sound South Scas, can usually swim much after breakfast and walk to school cal study. (,.igraphy loag ago gave i able coldness of manner. Had he given forth when the sand covering farther than any civilized man, but with her, but she would not have it. us maps of lanai surfaces; geology known the truth he might have rurng it Is put in motion.--'hambers' Jour.
then what civIlized man passes half You see, she was shy wIthout a brict has now baed unon them geologial down the, curtain, for do doews sue-h nal.
his life in swimming in water Juest wall between us. I was three or four maps of pric',lo. value to all Inter things.-Phladelphlia Ieord.
warm enough to give his lungs fair lays pleading with her with my shoe ested in the proir!'its of the mine. whos d Indum May Vet,.
heel on that wall before she agreed to It was fornerly thought that the tue..Ian stllt. An Indian may not vote as long as
play? meet me. and by that time I had tolt study of rgani," nature could have no The manuftar, of b.ell'; hts for c'n he' renmais a member of a tribe, but
There is, we admit, one faculty in her everything, and she just couldn't poesIbl applIcation; that the study of turie: ibeen uarrled on in Ito ,la. On i,. giv,. up is trthat relathos and
which the savage appears hopelessly refuse to give me some kind of a animals ate- lants led to classifica- "nt o i thi Immense number of .tie'r a citz,.n up h may vet,. under to distance his rival. He retails, or show. After my first walk to school tion rhltly if not oxclusively, church throughout the ethlr,,, th the' same conditions as any other citl.
appears to retain, the superior sense with her I was utterly gone, and In thls rog'mn of thought we find an- demand for bells has always been of smell, which belongs to so many though she staid on and was gradu- a other revolution as striklg, if not great. As far back as 10;53 the ,ole.
animals, or perhaps. in dlfferent de- ated in telegraphy she never had a more striking, than these already re- brated boll, called "Tyar Kolokol." was In 1893 California shipped to mggrees, to all, detecting, for example, chance to practice what she learned, ferred to. The geala et Darwln las made. It is the largest ball in the land 95,817 cases of canned fruits. In the odor of water or of land from a for before she got a job I had madam evolved from this a "the orgia of world, belng 16 feet in diameter and 1899 the number of cases were 859,203 reat distance; but thea smell is the her promise to marry me and give up species"-that is the Wal 0o8** of the 19 feet high. No less than 17 4 tons of -an increase of ever 000 percent io
eme sease whleh the ctvilised man, it telegraphy."-New York 8u. Satroduction of aew ema-*ad has copper were used In its manufacture. seven years.
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-,T 1, KE MAN.n 00i 00 O.000 Ii llst un* on an vxpc(nf~tl!re of thoir o l'N n omtmgvt~
~ .~ u K I'~ M A '~i ..;uitli vy w t li iuo o e' i iii, l il~ .1 fl t o orty 1)r (,(t. o
F O T H R j ma n t at all what youY5 AN EATTLE CROW r4r.i' "it- zti .qj~mf for II II IlJir onus. C rry for eilg n, vn tt
ArlUliJLUgm f auinUCitiny lAJlJ T i a really femninnp woman. El TEN OUR SUPREM- .11i)11 (dill I1 )vIINI'4. l.1in: .11liti Iii Stlitil Amle'ricaJ to v'*o~fi jwtlti'
Adm (~gcnofakllauiniyIlrid. ts ulasculine ways."' hol II l~ &Ztl)XIos Iholit oiiit.,'-ig1t I He bri'vlN lIt lireadI a big: 1Jll.e4.
PUBLISIMP XVktY VI~UDAY. W? EE' :aR hugh 0 thtvy41 i 1114 Fii 1ii 4~ 1 'll the' jiititt' Ilrt'ltim aure troct~
L ell for instance, yesterday I saw1.StlS.i oeg ol ilfatp
W.~ Il l 'dio ndNsngr Ive a street car conductor a nickel -HlE WORLD. ngi 1,14111t~tlf 14 .1 Ilulll'. i ; Ii age on attlu 1 ti ult t'gLtia'g1
F. 1111111VL, A 41t ltov adMngr L islip had five P0n1.1411 he 000000 tIll IA til ( '1l' WaXI M 1114 14 blll'tr811ntljtiti ulllVi
J R. A W F R I)V ~ oiL L ,1 FO44~ E di C i a g 'i i h s l eltor "Y ."I i 11.'P ai 1 101t hi. il e' g altel l Cro oti IT JIIt l n d o f ct tie rnng. e
h c g P o s t e r i c -1 -o l e t o s u e r w htv i c h i s p i e d~ll 4 t o Iu lz u 1 1 14)1 11r t' n h I t pc u i l d e Is ii i in l r g e' li t u I r'
F, n Ite -red at the Postoffice at Craw. I HI-uBBY'S FAVORITEI ";ICT sed nitlt ta ttes an till%~ $3 .1 itilith. CowboysM rr~&;1'I*~Kctii, tritpo' Ahllinai
fordile an second clals mai1lfl tter. "What is your husband's tavo ~ Xre Ide if bitof for tilt- wItth rool contilg $l)Xfti i'IlOfj iO~~~~~.'ielM (hn
~* Action?"~ asked the inquisitive person. q w Ph ':r oliI! Aziierit 'I'lil lit' of 'Non lie Iarngtiay aire iioii. .1iontmin. 1Wyotni rig' Cuiloratq
One Year in Advance. .. ... *.9~ heO I can hardly SAY at A mno mn t's neres )ortc't its rivl to tilt' :llllfll' if, fliv isxnst Ittit', ltinf.- fr N ewlt l*itxle. A rlizonai. I toh.I, Neiili
Sgix 3!ontii e ab........ o t ot ibe' said the patient wife, ',wheth- United s N lprotitVl'r of 1)11' rti iiy asi gloo tiIuck tillc iniich tm1 it 11 1 ,4 inM lgtoni. :11(~lidC .
F ran L ov ret o&lsto e bout of n o p e e s t e s c r e d oyoti e, T hen A l itin P r a .~ o wl 11 t -it nol mzi i tl 'l'uu rl i ac t oLtg tlit'j' i 1iiti 1111 .1 tor~pe l hf h g e l r a l 5~e ert rt r i~ l~ d to an ih e a i eth o ffice o n b u slnS 'A g u n y n i I 113 4 i th l N 1 t 1111.1. a:r e i[t,~ I N Jl'I ll ih~ I c(t 1lhV V "fi ll 1.1i l'i i a lva hli i 'le' tx gelgclsrtn*Jfolr arrative.''- Indl anapolis Press Ith 1111' 0i, itt millah I.l 1h
mclghiborb t 1t :041-111ty ilA
eur'lt Ill:,& rvi'fI'll 11111,4 tlir if) i ~ J'* lit, t))acco o ilt. to,. r 0 is Ii. r
sul: grt'n Iwv li t l~ 41f (.1111 I vat [ll. '1'llI' valuet of 11zim ~als lc
1BA NKUL TU MRIS, PINKBAM Alli I. ht 1: lt.lI'cccc"til
Letters Proving Positively that Iii01,( I.t.1soMo 1:1fviy n
there is No M edicine 9o W om a 's. jorl tiat lit'l heir i lit' wi tll u
Ills Equal to Lydia E. Pinkliam. s jorin th lt, or tilil.nl' Aretoint'
mil oflt' Frucciitft "urtihing vt ie
Vegetable Compound. .1____I___v~to ihtit 7nti
Sttes a ii inre 11111 wlfloe .ttm fcltlt mokn at
S out A i ct'ecut ik's nam itl vst
regitUIN11 yel tii ('ltil uitiied
roai over llltgt's but are praictlIcaliy kept titll' i lit' glnuizing
cowbioy 0 m iit'coiie IiiIgely it
'feu11 rider. I lolling tit( otitsitlc of
u t nc'ostr mtie that the fenes f,i li'i11 Illrillil-ti o l'X -)tt'll hy til(, .r;:
a re n o t b ro W i. fun it f th t 1 (1 ".011 ) 't il i cr i t ) :11 ~' r0 0119 i n i i
tli-e e ot I rayed or' stolen. nit~y 'I.. I'NI-yni' 'g z y lu h h
cow11oya ai rigrate'd to Xolhill ('oiipa rat I vl sinali lnat io n. 11.1- s oWiela tehaeIkikll1ltwii lzing groundiits. and11 four yt'i'
t heir old( free' 1.- attlon sltt id or i' t h1:1- ago) wasR nrt'l -it'l ami haviig 5.S 41)2
tire gaucihos I tlt-i wIle-swept llul 'T I H TfEX\AS MliI11.htIvl of' entte 4111o its ni11 ngCS, It n11i111'1
In Parrugua I larIgte l'l'gioii v'lll't c'all caliy lit liwo'tiit Oil to tilt ranlgts ine'. tho Chaco ling imt bli tipt'iit' upi to) of IlI iiut-. i front tilt' Blrazilian prov- Sout hern Brauzil Joins with ileAr
~~intc' of MatIto ( lssmo, w lt'li udjolu4 gclltilt'. Pa raguiay and I ligull'ili
CIiitie hitc:ue if, Iw l favlor'edlan L tilt h Illttit' trad('. Ill tfll' Sttet ofli) of I 'nra.-aian' are' steltdoma seu. In tile' 1;nild (t10 d H iii till' vt- ttle indtist ry I north1 they art' unkniowni. Ini the south already Imnportant, .til Is growing onie occt't'loaltlay runsm across cases of
"laci(k lt'g." but e'ven ihlu ouly uIniong
calves, and tile pereetntuage of such
cases In I1Cvr alalrmng. Lossl of Pattile owing to tlic' (,oid of winter or tu a
dry sealsoo Is tlnknowil.
(ALI L~fltg Aly BY11PCIALPZRINSIN-)it will Ile seen that Northiern Paraguny is no idenl place for the raising
,,I cainnotay enough in rvegard toip Ltil&I'E. P'i nkham's Veg'etable Compound. .of ('attie. As yet, of 'ourse, these
It has done me more good1 thiull 'III t IlO doctors. I haveS beenl troubfrit with South American regions hiave not the
female weakness in its worltt furm for about ten years. I had luciiao facilities for trotnsportation which the
ad was so weak that I could not do my housework.
I also had falling Pf the womb and Ilifismuunation of the womb 1 !Pisae
anda possess, but it is only a questfb of
An os timet when they wili bare them. andl
stndonmyfet on a atie. yhisbas spent hundreds of dollars flt then, c.nteUie ttnhl t
doctors but they did me no god y husband's ister wrao what the Vegfe' w nteepr fbeJs o
table Compound had done11 for her, and wat mo to try it, but I did not theu ia coinblint ion of capital Is sauid to
think it would do me any good. After a time, I concluded to try it. and I can hate aetquired practical control of the
truly say it does all that is claimed for it. Ten bottles of the Ve eabl o-Txscate.Apolso fti oi
and seven paceslO 11 Of fialnative Wash have made a new woman 0f me, I avi'tx att sl Iu p i- ries. Ifti of
had no womb trouble since taking the fifth bottle. I weigh more than I have booinatiee whoud ut un tditicea Inf
in years; can do all my own housework, sleep well, have a foo aPPetit0. and heftute o l the an addileitioali- ,. now feel that life is worth living.IoealtLyiL ik be wis Sou cth ire fri athedvlpntrief the
table Comapound. I feel that It has saved my life and would not bwth ot mrcncti nutis h
out it for Anything. I am always glad to recommend it to all my sex, for I Houth American field Is Jusmt now UPknow If they will fIJllow Mrs. 111in'k ham's directions, the), will be curedl."wilntocte lninam nr
Gratefully yoursi, Amn A.NNIE Tiiomrsozxl South Hot Springs, Ark. wh'aich trouicante en iImportant rer
CHANOB1 OF LIFE. PROFUSE PERIODS. sft ilaey
Spoiled For Hard Work. liils I 50 KINDS
ol Scvrral yeanrs a70l a poor Hungarian First Le in n esDr. Bull' restut 011 t 16 K ND
lo'dt both legiiIna accident. He a ta pr. lib IW I :iei t,~Tb si oP"!s:i e t
bar fir'4 In a es by belig Cog yu l IolosOs o e t
pealedl to the litingarlau society. They toto* ug yrp 'i ;'~; ~ to
sentaeisesobL~tutes. Get L1il ui, ht.uigtAVSuq. L we
hadn't czilugh funds to justify thefim lit :n~ 0i.ier WO~~T WishNIE Full6oll liltA In 141. MaA5i
one case, but they fixed the man "up tor1 his.1 or. raoir itolsoesect~o
\b'viQj evtig heprceoftw lg, 20. o~dih p.At Bokr Wa Vshington", hlmJi. otrl ~lss sdls.M
B9.rlholornr.# on crutches and set him.* to selling Tilt, lit. M Et .iIIMi TS WANTE o.4 eret e
leadi pencils on a busy corner. They I To a thougi!y'lit rol tom pit .,i iinkiip --r $1.01 1. 1i I r Flt0s t' 7laoatt I .Ibe~it tU or.e 11* told him to make what ho could, anti if is one of sorl-i I'- !- Il.:.' !.t d~i 0%..~t~ ? :Pao 4~~. *
he raised part of the price of new legs, rV)e with,. f, vi i~e~'*pl~i ...
HOUSECLEANING HINTS. they'd fit him out with the rest. In ro.poet mnuoh r, 11 '" L 1 J.i M.0 -IBO V, .16. tlna i~~~
Ltwo week he made his $200. 1 know orders whit%i t, 4. li 11 OR41. 'd 1 .
4trlig (if Il)4inti For ill-'1w Di.tIrenard that to be a fact. lie was a pitiful ob- ecntl~lipti Il' i T. 0 WT UEEDSSi rON tALo, it"6,1 o
T~'Iultii~iiIc ii~i~ l~t ject and quarters rained into his box. toilorsal' till, r' ic le .*gsmwn Let Crosett, Wis.
1,01 114 u-ijla.l 113. ever since, lieai got his legs tt)-!i lit FIRLE WIT SEEM'
tliecrougla ~ ~ ~ ~ ;I n What's more, ho has been selling pen- gri 0 malarialt u ltiur*b..senoaugnt
li u~cca~ i. ill till furnished them, but he was spoiled for The Art, 1, 4 tac.otil ..: L
ii~~lwi3. 'it. etict'i r zlgt I 1st hard work. His friends got him~ a l hk he e't % ... Pso, twod wella. *4r..b al, s.I
It, enov'c (te lmss, zi Mvkti.place as cashier In a saloon at $10 a I ih~~bats a i(4mil thu k.. To J. K~ING CIS 5..0dsmcn. 11chsesid. To.
or iiinitP~ U ie n n II~. ti~'i~oz~week, but he held It down only a we ofwar lit eviitl11onii.. .~, te .~A*
are lue.or two. The temptation to make more
otit,, twe' Itih o ii''"; *iutelii'money by less work wasn too much for be' (cit Ilvt~ in rli11:1 11111-1-1 ullom him. lie took off his legit and went whlov.'r eI1I~ititi'. Ih oliey mi iiilie Ih ciro- back to thle lead pencill business. He
And' e i tidc Il- Iil 1i:1 works at it In pleasant weather and mstdiln it room. III, ni. ,ttif 114'. 1m makes from $25 to $50 a week, if times oriit. ii (hs itiv ~uui. owecci titL ~i re fair. In the evening he puts on'
of lt'hal.4 hme IIi' Iirt e lt ~'him legm andi enjoys life. They are a' hi-um pill a way auti Ili"~c' ami sort of full Idtross costume for him, you Fslall arm omoVetils. animny l sir.' so ew York Sun. pliees of (ililturt giti~il l 1141 FE
fully wvrapjiuI, 1 Iho iii.' i.imie a iis Watiltpii-At Oncelt pa per ti) thlirk wvor4t Treingti aftit'Aief witi (or witlimit eXlete U U Y IHN H R A H OFA L
4111 il) iniitatie IViinali would1 li'stii *Stolk (Ii, .i exiec A I-cr icarlictiliki ytri, to-Y W h~ IN '~ EA H O l
th'il- pap rliillel.;: f'F ii.M i ll I~~t!S1 Pe.'k_ ~ li w(sci ,,~ rks, ir~arI y c t3' of re iivr~Il titeapi," lmit toy-A hit
wt' allc knou h I ii'' m It o lie' i k. so ies -Yi..1 a 11t' iiteg hun tiieibiamua-il i AMt he l lt- rtilli Imoi lIII,, mu1 ye Iiii~t ik i t'it, eV foat v itb girl -opituit ill that Ie i~v- ogun 1 hep ou wua?'ac ep
lt~ 3 waft a l-iluow (' i t 14
hi l- dt ltme hste, oheii ao nil lie MtP)I i 11tvalISi i-l i a u siu e v n i
no it t e e t liot l runii ''t -gt iter
itrary, den, glIttiiit, ootti. or wlai'Vt'r NoB BntacepY 'sbsi
anti aclit dining roomi, lit dis~cmrt L Iii' Iea ______for will Ile but little felt; indileed. ha rdly
felt tit all, If only ('ltnnig ig to Ile Is I N O F E
done. (.kil eovryotly lo'ls noit pit: EX T A C
stll papter t'vt-ry roomi every yearr)
Two goodti vorkeurq t'an clt'i i thoroeugh-itsbon tourotaciJy. hxv ltig l(t li lii b acuk lin p14111 ofmnvelwctwt io
ono room lit a tiny. a
T1oo uniit haste, however nmkesi Made without regard to econ- Itesrnt i h in
wast, nicltheeomteu~ o ~h~!~ cmv WVe use tile best becf.
tilletd with treasures must 1be eonii. get all tile essence Ifrm it, and Ithornx mvrleet
ered~~~~~~~~ a fiaeto, ob aeul oncentrate it to the uttermost.
gon oae wunce skile hand upo You want ION COFFEE beCaUse It 'is LION COFFEE.
Ign ve ih kle hnsupna- there is all the nutrition of many 4.
other occaon, or. at least, away from pounds of beef. To get Imore Ifjon the er hand' you want a coffee which, in order to hide imperfections, is "highly
tihe. real scc'ne or operations. nutrient to the ounce is im-1
One really can't feel much -*.mpntliy possible. Few extracts have JOIshCd''.i e itadohrpeainl hnd o u
for the womann who taken In tiny~ un- as much.,ih adohrpeaatos hnd o u
known person andt sets him or lien to) f Ot booklet. "Ile" to Mako Good XP PW M
fine work, andt, though Iti may be Things to vast," tells manyi ways to
uso hcet extract, It AieS irteceuris for
mean, one can't cry whien ile tells hiev. uncle stiliil( iae deful dish. Send 0LI Nwere comnt riaysuf ofedrneswudn nito ai
till*- of woe, how that "lerrihie ct-eat- your address, for t.~~.m o~raayaii ~iOdikr ol'tiss nh
tut lroe sm. piesm elinn. anti LIeST, "ItfL1 & LOBBYlgI. ti Iions of homes because it is the beat coffee Im the World for the
hue ow sit i creu' prls'n. iitl itnt to UMa.~*I take a single package home and try it.
when told hov miuc'h it wrim worth 7 la
fro association ut Insite that rItI' ION COPPER you will %it &- luly iliu*WMe ete d"93111
mIntioned, "bcas an-n __ot -RODS NW Dis LOV E RY;' ist No hoL_,aak i fact. no woman, man, boy or. girl will fall to find In the list som article
tha th hot etsof hin, ith112na PSY 7 q I alr".4'cnw which will contri I their happinm. comfort and convenience, and which they may have by
pieces. cos1t but $55." And till thii, poor ir.v aassm. o tac imply cutting o'ut ae atain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of out one pound scaled
woman couldl doe watt to gtnsh her col of:v"ID : pasex ,whc h the only form in wihthis excellent coffee Isa sold).
tet-th or pull her haIir. act'ordiig; to 'ISE CERTAIN C~U URLI~eSag (w WOLSON~ JFIC2 CO., TOWBD. OHIO.
which she lhad! lie tost of. 0etetoiietie,
In hountice'niing. as In teverythifng cantion this Paper"""""'.l~iil
else, discretion Is of prime Inipotanict. ----- __________Wih Pan ________________________ F orwelt, l ony ag."I DYSPEPSIA
Th'le miodetrn Idea of furnishing never Fi ht on frwatod" oe as"m.In)Iavnueldr1~eri~aca
plat-cs it plano, withI its beack Itt filie youriVer In drying upand bowecls wear ielt'th nuotaltItgrtoIi
wall. Much h~ritter nti monte ffahlon- r
nhIt t'ffr.*ct art- obtainetl by pi ie 71V F ig out, soin day you will cry aloud for
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