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kit u, . - ,
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rtho lulliiwii a
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lHnl l.ut the vM m,;rmm,
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of ojijMMiit wx, Uirh
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angrily from the
. my liithi-r's ovcr-
iU.k tit onrl ubinetonicet
. rin4- Farrlgn Trip.
ItJ Bonn, ul llm rit. w the
n'.if ol on-tntith of ticket
l'J is tht A jiril ilr.i'iiij ol thf
lul pn ot I1W.OOO. Il
i tokfl itb tii i'iitai NtnU
' Jtioo d.f tollertlon, nmt
?iKind b ilimt of the jirii,
f'.w Ui;n S'nte Iiltf-ry tor
'..fffn in' infi fp itollum
lie piirrhimH hi tlrll
rH A. Ua-jr.liin, Nc Orirnn.
I"t.n:hr l.r trml an I in n
i'(nci.v. llu !.:. bn IhirtT-
rl.l :fi th s finrit r w .....I It...
tikt it t. tin- niil countrjr,
.a!i tti-anu m.lit not ti-r-
piKiil f'irt'lni- ffmUmi; him ti
Vl taut Tur.Ur lor hi
A'Ur rem.i.niiis Ktirumt a
Urlictll to rvttirri ... .I.rk.
tt' h motify tti rl rtal.
i'n iivnif in ft Pitr. W e ran
i' HlwlL'll tii i'u to 1'nn.i.n "
nrt iMxitihi i (i
iT tu. I I,.. I- r... I ll.,.i.
till. lrLt 1 .
I l ip u ,"n rrwt-ciiii,
I"a ol John
. . . . 1 -
ii on u mi ner iiivi-iv Im.
"P.utwliy ill you not 1 .nTwif
nai.l theyoun man. in irm.n.;,.-l..
toiin 'i nm votmy im.l n,.. i.,..i
looknifr, urn! I own om-ofthp
and lntit-Ht(K'kwl rii!iiln)
"lUdus.' I do not love you, S.-m,r
Mon-no. nml I am rniitH to an
f t Iiit," hli-n-t iirm-.l. i-rav-ly inw-tiu"
tlnKlil!l1' oflliN l.'lrioIJIltc
"You rnro iiion- lor nnine om-iV
than you u for nii''hi-uaiilliit'i-rlv.
"Ami who, iii.iy 1 iik, in tlmt 1
"What! that Yuiiki' ftilvi'iitur.r?''
Anil iIih-h tli w-'iiltliy Mr. Uoln-rU
tuinr-tion tin? r-nt'iii-mi-nt ot h
(lmijrht-r hi only i hiM to mif ol
Iuh hinil wrvanth.'"
'Vt' havM not tohl him yi-t. hut''
"Ah. you have not tohl him! Will,
wlii'.i you ilo I think in- will orih-rtln-Yunkm
off th- rani h. Your fatln-r'N
ovi-irirr, iiili--i! .Miii I. iii in Ktiln-rtn
h1iouI mat'- with oin- ol lu-r ownM,-!-tion."
"Anil ho iiohli- ami ihivilroim a
fji-nth-man iik S nor Thoiuan Mon iid
npiH-urn to t hink himu lf MhouhJ nt-
U-lnl tin in? to hin own nflair anil
iiicdilk h-rn with thiinrn that ilo not
rfinr rn liim," hotlv r turn-il l.iii ia.
' Hut thin iUh-h roni rn iin-, for I in
tcinl that you Mnill In- my iff."
"Tln-n vour inti-ntioim will iniH-
carry, fur I will m-vi-r marry you!"
"Santu Maria'-' rri-l the yoiin
man. "Wouhlyou ri-fuwmi-foraconi-
mon woi kinir man a ini-re Yanki-o
. a litt! i..- .1.
i-rl.t 1. 7 T.T
iWim I,,, . ' ,'J'"'"i-"i'JUid.-reil,
M 7: r"ls' ular- w'th
vem-Kin n ,'a'i ,''n
"iv .t f, . tmie lia'1 lonie a
"Tut V WUh the ranchman,
f , , Vuna wnlHwd to her
S t ?.:1''?."-' -solved
irthur J-orU-a u-.. ..
l" n oi the ranch will, .,,.i;
noui ng snout it; nor did
di-parture of Mr.
daughter for Rio
wl-n i i i 1 WIU1 1lle 'tt (
nallthm haiined, and there
ore Km vr nutl, .... i ,
he know of the
IloU-rtu and hiH
'iraruli- (it v
I III .. 1 .
" ,llr-r'", as t he over
"...n nmway to Mr. Itohert'u
TT- ' 'I'-overed half u dozen
J l" ''T'1 11 Kt" (Trove
'"'rthe,hv,.lhn. Hitchinjr higown
'Minimi id a hfltt inir nt 1 La ,a i
"fth.-irr,ivehetunie.l from the heat
'n path and jmnsi-d through t he tr.s
toward thf house.
The night was clou.lv and quite
dark. y.-t he .Mected the foruiH of
tlin-e or four men Rtanding in the
path lu fore him. Advancing with
more i-nution, and holdiui' hin nintol
HH that ),n ....,,11 ' i -i
k I r douUki m to It, of Itot
trif Sw,0 .i . . .
t . . - w.H.ii. arcviK hip
""'' it. fl,r tl..
ET " 0,1 mrirkat, m
I)1. bLoW. clU.iv0l, for
. r- 'uin(ori.
,"ns mrr, on the Union
r " WBTW Kill I.
IWll..' . . Hi.-iii m 1.1
"nBc,t , tj
-Mr. V"",""'"'t l'"iHe in
Jlxl." Omaliu. NV-b.
KulM montln for mull-
wTn"" .m,,l "r 'nilr),
I,U"1 t rit tr It.
Vi T. l0,,'J Main Bt.. Hid,.
7 ,,u Wm about makiiin
1 '.llT -,ou -
... nii- n ...
f "'llco.t 185.000.
-f,.,i .'""nu art
rather, U no bomi..Bj.
t! ''i.irl V"1 "" " "". ' 'a Hi.
I J-ufil.ua, Orion.
MlBlr. k. '.
litLf'I'.0" ' moniifaetiired
krJurM'anjr In Montreal la
. ''.in it-iiuin
'lwj it, Arthur crept forward, care
hiiiiiuk every olijeet, but
with I) in attention centered upon
them. He had advanced hut a few
ntcpuwhen he saw two of them lift
from t he ground what aipcan-d to
lie th form of h 1 ill in -in 1 .m tin-
1 wrapped in a dark blanket. Spring
ling forward, he leveled iin pinto!.
! cornmaniliiiL' theia to Ktrm Tin.
word had scarcely passed hm lips
' when he received a blow from behind
I w hich rendered hiia Henni'less.
I It wan past midnight wln-u ForLes
I regaiued consciousiiesH. Making hiri
(way to Mr. Itolieit'H house, he
! roused the servantH nlld told them
j what, he had witnessed in the grove.
! (in-at was their excitement when it
wan found thai neither Mr. Roberts
i nor his colored manservant, dim.
who had nlso accompanied Lucia to
Rio (Irande "it y that morning, had
returned. The negro was presently
found in the grove, dead, with a
deep wound in the Hide of hit) head.
Mr, ItolK-rtti hun been abducted by
bandits, and if he is not rescued will
be held lor ransom, Haul Arthur
nd venturer" No: I have set my heart "IUHt Kn 'amp and rouse
upon you, find have vou I will yet,
though I have to use force."
The next moment the tSer.-e lover.
nitiil.leti.il with raire ami jealousy,
would l.axe Mice. e led iii currying
Lucia from the piazza, and forcibly
ln-aritig lu r away on hi own power
ful dt-el. w hich stood nearby, had he
not nti-ivi-d HoMcM'al.lowintheface
from the clench'-.! hand of John Rob-n-K
who'at that Instant stepped from
the door, a, to M-nd him headlong
down the jiiaz.l steps, ul mined, to
Though it was not lung U'fori; he
wan on his f. et again. Lucia had .lis-iipi"iir.-.
in the interval. W it hunt u
word to the ranchman, nho etood
gn.ing calmly down nt him, he
mounted his' horse nnd gallo)ed
nwav, muttering U-twis-n histi-.;th:
"Twill have revenge for this in
sult. John RoU-rts! And the nroud
iqiiriteil Lucia snail Is- humbled to
the verv dust. A thousand curses
on the amir.-. Yankee that mused
nllthiKtroul.le! Ml '"1 n huM
through hiH heart some day
A few minut.-tt later Mr. Rolierls
enterel the room to which hm
daught-r had n-treated. Hie was
still pale nnd trembling from the
effe tn of lu-r fright. ....
"Oh. pupa!" Hhe cried. '"I am ho
thanklulyouramein time to ave
me from that man! l o tM jou
endure him about the place.
"ite-H rich nnd handsome id
thorunchtnan. "and most gij hke
him. How doemt hnpi nthat jou
"To ineheliinot handsomo; nnd
for wealth how dj-
I,V it? I l-di-ve he ih a hmnlit or an
0'Ui!1;"' Hrl! You have
rending sentimental novels
..v..., miiv laUL'h, papa,
.Jwily you w.n;t have anything
to kiiv to Mon-ii'i.
Lu.'ia hung her h-'ud-
"'M,aI,a: ;,! condescend to
. . il u rinllll' nm-.
toll me the i.
but I ni
"I'erliuim y"","'" 1 M..
11 .., 1 l,e e ( n in."- .
H.a r Toledo, 0., Pro.
K , ' ' Utrri. Cura, oft.r f lull
KfNi I.'"' ol fatarrh that can
Wfi t Ukl" "' tatarrl.
Vt 7r ""unlale, Ira.. bolJ
l:r"'":v : ,se don't get ..ngry,
Wll, I, !(" I' . .,
bL,t it Arthur l urj--"My
'"'"u'SaniardH H,H.k. the
"V-" , v..... listen to mc
.Very goo- - ' 1(. 0,M.n
Hady.iu and 'j ht ,, vve g.v
workofyour oxe l mm. h ,
en my iroiiH-iit to aKUin."
iH, you Khali i.'-v'TH'-' a"
Oh, pupa!" , . a,r,iin."
oyouVhall m-v-r , ' , ...dd .h
the ranchman repeated ' ,,
omit one to tnko .! n-l t""or-cliH.-l.arge
the ' ; ; Ctnrule
row youpo ""! ."villirllunt. luring
tlmi.itervulheHli.V' ;vto night,
tin. men at once."
An hour later Arthur Forbes, ac
companied by twenty htalwart cow
hoys, was riding across the prairie
on the trail ol the abductors.
Dragged from his horse, beaten,
bound hand ami foot, blindfolded,
and tied on a horse, Mr. Roberts was
driven all night and nearly all the
next day across the prairie, without
food oi'ilHnk. At the end of that
time he was taken from the horse,
and the bandage removed from his
eves. Two of his captors then con
ducted him to a rude log cibin, con-
furniture whatever, and
lighted only by a dim, smoky -lamp
that hung suspended from a beam
overhead. Then, without a word,
.1...,. I. .ft 1, i in nnd ho heard them
tie , ' . .
fasten the door on the outside.
Exhausted by hi terrible journey,
Mr Roberts wa about to throw him
sell on the hard floor when the door
was ojiened again and a man entered
"Senor Moreno!" the ranchman
cried, hope reviving in hm heart.
"Vou have followed-you have come
Csofat,Mr. Roberts," Moreno
:. . ll- nn his liani -
reined, aninisiri -
"Ah," Roliertu fell back a pace, re-
may lusKy(air .ws,. . no ..;...
"1 want your duughter.
"Well?" . , .
.iConsenttomy marriage with her
(lliltI have been brought to turn
robber h den:
;,T in the denne wood, while be
Went out o 11. a
... iU ,CT.uuuiiiue. ne lounii
'"'"the outlaws coiiBiderably out
"u,"WeiJ his own force, ko ua they
evnlemiy laj no nuHpicion oft)ie
preset 0f nn enemVi ue determined
to Wait until tlitxr no..a ol..,.m 1
... j nuc amccM, clllu
"n surprise then.
' After midnight, when the outlaws
baa nk into a profound slumber,
mnht.....l i ....
-- "lurini me miacK. jnecowboys
a.lvanced tstealthily, and were almost
".ni uunp oeioi-e tney were discov
ered bvtlla continol
uw. Lillet UU liLl Y O IUC
But it came too late. Arthur's
nien rushed forward with cheers, and
were among the robliers before they
were fairly awake. The latter hur
riedly seized their weapons and made
what resistance they could; but it
was ineffectual. The RtrtiP-o-le was
shnrpand brief. Manyoltheoutlaws
Kmeu ami tne rest lied precipi
tately. Among the latter was Mo
-Artimr, as soon as the battle was
over, called a few ol his men and went
in search of Mr. Roberts. Theysoon
found him, and he was at once re
leased from his unpleasant quarters.
TU r.,...,.0 ,l.....1...l .
j.v luiiuujn uro-i iiimcu lo re
main in the outlaws' camp during
t ltd rntii.t i n .1 1 t.rt :1.- n .1 nn.-
.iiiiuiiiui-i vu , liu 111; 11 L, U11U WLtll u
lor home the next morning. One of
4 I 11 1., .
Lii.-ui ioiu mi jujiiens wnac t.nu
taken place at his ranch the previous
night. He listened until the story
WHS finished then l-rv; nnil ivnnt tn
where Arthur was standing with his
l ... ..I. : 4 i .. a i .. .
in, 1 1 ufiiniiML tne n uiik oi a Lree,guz
inginto the tire.
"Arthur," said he grasping the
young man's hand, "1 have learned
all that von have done fnr tiia Ynn
have proved vourself a brave iellow
and a friend that one can rely upon.
Now what shall I give you us a reward?"
Arthur was about to deprecate any
return for what was simply his duty
when he caught the whimsical ex
pression of his employer's face.
i Mi, sir, lie laitered, a sudden
hope springing into life, "if I dared
if you would not think me presumptu
"(Jo on, boy," said Roberts kindly.
"Sir, 11 love your daughter!"
"Yes, so I have heard," dryly.
"Forgive me for deceiving you, Mr.
Rolicrts: I did not, intend to violate
your trust in me; what man could be
near that nJornblegirl that angel
and not love her?"
'All vi. rv finn ai, Vfirtf fino indeed.
But, considering the fact that the
nnirel in (mention costs her old fa
ther something like five thousand a
venr hnw did von hone to keen her
.... , .. j ,. - - ,
in feathers on a salary of five hun
"I'm nfrnid T did not think of that.
sir," said Arthur, with a downcast
"01 course you didn't! When did
lovelorn lools ever think of anything
sensible? But there, boy, I won't
to.wo T like vnn von lire a noble.
brave fellow nnd you shall have my
Lucia and enough money to keep her
in dresses all the da vs of her life. I'd
put her have vol! for II WOU-in-lliW
il.nn nnv tmin I know."
"Thaiik you, sir," responded Ar
thur, teursofjoy and gratitude filling
hisey.-p. "1 on have made me me nap
piest fellow in the whole world.
fi.w weeks later there was a
rrnmil u-ddinfr at the Roberts ranch,
nt which all the people for miles
iirminil were nresent: and the sun
never shone on a happier couple than
Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Forbes. Wav-
ru.1 M.oT,tA "My der. I couldn't
sleep hut night."
Wife "So wonder; the room wan
terribly warm." . .
"Yes tbe room was warm, bnt that
wasn't what was the matter. My con
science troubled me.
..v.. t i ai.:.,!..;. .f 11 iliA iMor
people in the world, and what a bard
lima the hod to get along and 1
couldn't help thinking it was a pity
they bad to pay ao mucu ior iuiukb.
iv-. . i t fiTv,.0 1-o.nlvpil that with
J I'B , .UU X ..... . . ,
Heaven'a help I'd reduce the price ol
coal twenty-five cents a ton before the
Fourth of July -but I guesg may be
fifteen cpnU will be enousrh. -New
t. . i ti.. riMfiin nrAtor. cured
,.;...,..,..-;. I, Viuvino hi. moutk full
of pebble, and many are th modern ora-
VIJ I . WUU U 1 O vu.uv ...... . -
an occasional dose ol Dr. Bull a Cougti
Whatever tends to increase useiuiness,
by banishing pain and sufJering, will cer
tainly secure noiue anu i,jj,v,."... -allude
to Salvation Oik
Tl is nr. Ir. lai-acl i n ir fuel t.bat t.hedividing
line lmtwuaa the peaches and uectariues
js so IiuutlT donned Uint tue seoos ui
the oue will often reiiroduce. the other,
wlule tlie Iruits 01 botn Kinus nava m.
oasioually been meet with on the same
branch. It is now shown, moreover,
that the entire yiald oi the trees may
ohauge. M. Lauipinrre, a iiiirsuryuinu of
. n - ..4 a I e.r.l
Jtlautroua, r muuu, reiKim i.u
Napier uoatariue treo iu his grounds
last veur bore uotliioc Uit 'leaches, nud
. . -v . i ... . . r li-......!.
Jil. Jrenuaua laiuiu. oi uio x-iouun
National Horticultural society, confiims
i,:D ..i.u....nii,... Uv t-i.A Qtuti.li, Ant that a
(11JO UIW1I11UU ....
few years ago aiuomj his own trees, a
Newington early uootariue tree, without
any assignable cause, all at once became
transformed into an ordinary peach tree.
Tl T A nr..- AT 1 T)nni nd Prn-
1 J l, i . . . t V . I ' , , - " '
f t.lm United States
Medical College, Editor of the 'Medi
cal tribune, auiuor oi -wuiiuaow
improved Hund-booK oi nygieue ami
JJiniiestic Medicine," says: "Belonging
as I do to a branch of the profession
...... .i . c . . f
wlucu believes tnai no nciiooi oi mmi
cine knows all the truth regarding dis
ease, and being independent enough to
use any remedy tlmt win neip my pa
tients without reference to the source
from which it comes, 1 um willing to ac
knowledge and coniuienu i nns uuumj
tne value oi warner s raiuo vaire.
I. it Anv wonder
that Dr. Pierce's Gulden Medical Discovery
outsells all other blood and liver medi
cines, since it posssesses such superior
curative properties as to warrant its man
ufacturers in supplying it to the people (as
they are doing through druggists) under
.n..iu;nnD B..1.Y. am nr. ntti.F mprlicina is
sold under, viz: that it must euner Denem
nr p,ir the natient. or the money paid for
it will be promptly returned. It cures all
diseases arising irom uerangeu iiTor, u,
impure blood, as biliousness, "liver com
plaint," all skin and scalp diseases, salt
rheum, tetter, scrofulous sores and swel
lings, lever-sores, hip-joint disease arm an
0UO FRVYttrU 1UI M.U lllLUin,.,.u v..o
chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by the man
ufacturers of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
50 cents, by druggists.
It is unlucky to enter a house with the
lelt loot forward.
Your Life In Hunger.
Take time by the forelock ere that rnsp
imt hacky cough ol yours carries you
where so many consumptives have pre
ceded you; lose no time, hut procure a
bottle of the rational remedy for lung and
bronchial diseases, Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil witli ilypnpliosphites. It
will cure you. Sold by all Druggists.
The "pigs in clover" toy is said to bring
its inventor $100 ft day.
Aran Flwt, M. V., late profeor ef
the principle of practice or mane
and cf clinical medicine m the BeUevii
Hospital Medical College
Bright's Disease: "Pain in the Ioim i
rarelv a prominent symptom, and w
often wanting. This statouient also ap
plies to tenderness on pressmo
' T. ul.. Ilierefore. to ar-
ue that you have not kidney disease
P . , 1 ........I An.l nt
because you nave uo iucm rj
it Your only sure plan is to use War
ner's Safe Cure as soon as the most re
mote symptoms appear.
p.nl.nln W. Dar. wbo started the Nw-
York Sun in 1833 is yet living.
Brook th Shwifl Sale Segar. A Btraigbt--10
cents Havana Cigar for 5 cents.
A baboon in a circu at Albany, Ga.,.
knocked a boy senseless with a brick.
one asks themselves after a night made
unpleasant by a barbarous toothache.
is: w hat snail i get w euro in n
that question addressed to a Druggist.
would be: Procure a bottle of Perry
Uavis1 Pain-Killer, and use it according
to directions. It cures like magic. Ia
such cases what a happiness to have at.
hand an instant relief such as
has proved itseif to be. Physicians say
it is one of those Remedies which is
calculated to relieveanimmensc amount .
show that almost every other descrip-
tion of pain is relieved by its applica
tion, external ana internal.
All Druggists sell Pain-Killer.
25c. 50c. and $1.QU a Dome-
- :w -
My little twy, 5 years old. wan pick
I M with rlL...u whiel. .I.u-t.r-a
Inouamc. The uaila came off hieunl
er. and (he fingers came oa to tne I
middle Joiut, For 3 year lie Buffered I
dreadfully; ( now gottlng well, and 1 1
I am BatiBiiea nwnn siiecinc ) Qi
I chief clutc of hi Improvement.
sum kJ r.t ou,
Jan. 12, 1890. Peru, lad.
r.ittoNrn iiv a r.i r-Mrl
i ..:.iTJ"i':.T.r .n.r : i i
mmm liiue uuj urune uui wuu sorrn un mm
tilt. Am the rpsultof thetwllTAof a calf comlnfffnc
tact with a cut finger. Tba ulcem were deep and pebk-
Ul WIU U'lWtTJ UU IUVIUMUOU V U.ttt A av lima.
ISwifi'a Specific, and he it now well.
Feb. 15, '89. JonN K. Hiaild, Auburn, AJ.
Send for books on Blood Poisons b Skin Diaease.
trm. twin brsciric Co., Atlanta. Go. .
MAKES CHILD BIRTIliM?
IF USED BtFORB CONFINEM1NT.
BOOK TO "MOTHKHfl'' MAII.KIl'FltKK.
BRAIX'IKl.ll REOI. LATOK C A I l.AM AJ6.
Solo bv all ukuoqists.
Whv should 1 succor the
so recently gave mo a
in my power now.
Roberts! You are
' cried Moreno, an
dit- ... i n mutter h.V
"Iia! did ' I I1,,i 1
and by Hil''.. )vl. ,,ir iini-oiiifort
bring her w..no..- :r ::i , inM
wmi4 IH HI II"" ' "
" I, ions as to how
'"m;. ' ..,. do vou
, i ii . i". -
liei'l- ,,, ,
i.v aiiioi " he
eyes blazed with
1 "I WOUKI
""" , i.o.r. dead, ami
rather .n..N u . f t,mn
dieatl.nUKH.ldd; lm I .)Utlawu
to give 111 r 1 J
bandit'" , , ..fl,.i(.nt and
"vll7,, !' J io. ith
,l,in(r"rW! link von will change
llH,"',',' . ore' vou have been
vonr mind beloic An(i
'"' '"""'J i";'.: , bow. Iu' 1 the
Tim was just Sl-in-
intt.tlieweHtcin , ,li,v.
,,(irl.s.,mlh'H 1 tbcRio
'1'"' ""' V,r " ,, of H.noke
Illl' - ,
Crllllde. . ,l,i,.l.-et
,r",M,crs " ""''
ilinf l,,t!ir? ,vll(.:o the outlaw
thclll """ ......
:uH:r.-n conceal th,n-
Advice to Heads of Families.
Train your clock to strike only
every two hours.
f you have a tJOg give it to some
friend for the time being.
Never grumble audibly about the
dressmaker's and milliner's bills.
AlwavH let the young man see that
you wear slippers in the evening.
Take all the tidies irom me sitting-
room chairs. Men are averse to ti
dies. , ,
vi,nn von tro the theater as chap-
i... biro ii on rrince to iro
eron 1111111.1" ----r-
home ia and then laii asieep on tne
i intinn tn dinner once iu
.'111 111 1 , L.tw.w..
while will either make theyoungman
wl nt home or else scare n in ou.
.!.:.. :.. ,r,.,,i wnv to earn ins ui-
1 HIS In II uwv'v ....j -
U'ULlOlin. .... i
Join tho club to which the young
nuin belongs, and it necessary rsk
i.:... tino voll Home iulc uu usiu".
nun i" j " --
...:.i i.r, n mlvRiitaire to you,
and also make the young man feel
...... I.- i.. '"ar.lid" Uitll VOU.
Do not make use oi patent K, ?
i:...inulwiriJ V liich turn all tne lifflits
II1L1 mni" :
outat 1 o'clock. The young mi...
mi'i-httake it as a nun i go,
had better regulate the light to suit
himself nnd the gin.
A Klne Who Eats Off Gold.
In one respect, at least, King Hum-
i.,-t of Ttalv surpasses in domestic
magnificence all the oilier sovereign.;
According to a Paris
letter "-- .
rr irnlden plate. A ictoria has
spread of gold plate for tho tables
' . l,t-. it IH
ol UlU'Mng11'"" I- '
. i..rV,i,nlv(in state occnsions
U,,.,; is golden rvice m ...nny o
the roval houseiioioso. u.u.. w...
. . .. -. ..:.i...,.ninvp.l onlvatstate
nut It en.ui 1 - ----
liuners. as in Kngland or used only
the principal family meal of he
,v luinlHTt alonepluces a golden
spoon in his mouth on rnng re
na.ves it only on retiring, and yet
here are probably many iHHinW in
-Now York Star.
Wl, r.eli.r m Kirk. p irn re her Cnntorla.
Wlipn ulic hap n Clillil. kheerieil lor OiHtorlo.
When Pin- lifi-nnie MifR. ulie i-'nmg to Cnatorln,
Wlii-n kIip linil Olillrtren. sue S8 tliem Ciuioriik
FOB ALL PURPOSES.
Have made 2 ft. a minute with the
Send 20c. for mailing
F. C. Austin Mfg. Co.
COB. CARPENTER ST. AND CARROLL AVE..
DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES..
Mnrlo of tud. litrhter. stronirer, cheaper, more
power, everlastintc and competition distanced.
For oroof order on trial, to keep the best nnd
r or firm, i uiun uu i.iai, w
iret any other alongside If y
Tull Circle lit
.... . iu . HMM-1UH'
ml Pretta, all sizes.
Tha m.vnr cf New York supervises the
expenditure ol $30,000,000.
Mimes ue it lo
r. J v.. rv...n;f nnt Trn!tr
i z l i"kililvlvtiirri!l bH
BtorflttoUMt una Eeu... r, n. wttr, wwm-
No. 81 Dederick's Worns. ali11ax, . i.
inmc ijiitic trinn.
Tlmv luc. rnl.nvn Ilia-
Pitlnn inrfniit ram
Urlv far DizzinRHH.Nauiiea
DrowftlnesH, iwi laaui
Iti Hi a Mmith rntd
iTongiifl.Pain in tbo Side,
I regulate the Bowels
Price z& fjentu,
CABTSS UEDICI1TS CO., KEW TOilZ.
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price,
at .C.rwtsL 1
f f TO DATS.
Jemmlm t I.
it, I emtsmww.
I nr Mir t
I precrlbn and fully tn
dorsn Rig ii m th only
spert He for the certain cure
of this dtaAaae.
Amsterdam, N. Y
We have sold Biff G for
many years, and it has
D. R. DYCHE ft CO.,
$100. Sold by Druggists.
Dimr.'m Samatlv At ftttfrTt 11 that
uesi, fASiesi to use, ana i.neapcafc.
Sold by dniKtrlsts or sent by mail.
00C. c i. xiUiXUiviuis, vy auvu, n.
Itirnau Aathma t'ure neTerTSlfito inrelm.
IUenaui Aatama lareneTeraHnomra im.
mtwAiaim r.l,. in tue wornt cu(M4niiurmeomfort.
mhlg. .lM.it mITmu oar... where.! I nthan. fL .
M trial tonwinei IAwnM iinl. cal. Irio8 Mic. end
Sl.OO.allm ijrUtaoi-bymaU. Sunpw FKEB
formmmp. Iia. R. MOHiKrMA w.st mm. Mine
A lure KTUyi
avi utiiU'1,-1 i
SI CbKrleniowD, HaaP
Vnrr V, cf- bv msUl
HTOWK1.L k 0.
COIN MONEY voiIIVlabob!
1X..1... Wmnm nnd lit-nieilies of tin?-
In'jrlnK men tully ll-'usl. CompiMe HWory or tl,
f"arW.i' Alliance. Onpaint sold lllrt day anolhi-rte
t 'sdiTa. No Ts the tin,rwrlle oiil.k 'or Hoe, term,
and territory to H. J. Smith 4 Co., ChlcagcMM.
f BJi STUDY. Ilook-lcoopliiir. I'ciimiuistilriv,
JVli B Arill.raotlc. Sluirthand. etc.tlior- .
oiiL-hlv liiiiulit lir mull, l.uw rates, .'iroiilnrs fre.
lilt Y ANT'S COl'J.KUK.431 Mulu St., Buffalo. N. V.
loSaadiiy. Sample" worth t. H FKF.E
ll.ines net under lioraes' leet. Write Brew
'ster Safety Rein Holder Co..Hollv.Mic,i.
OR0AK CHART Tnchu any " " Dl AV
I Agts. wanted. M utic Novelty Co. Detroit, Mich.
W. X. U., Omaha.
.a. v j
tW ii i TO MAKE
j jrs. Oiliciouj Biscuit
1 1 tot 1 1 f SODIHSILERITUS.
ff if aMOLUTGLV PURS.
'v ry,l':TT' . i ,i i e-1 1-
iii-ai.lWaiv ' 4'"" "" -rzrr-
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