The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 23, 1883, Image 4
ryTHE RED CLOUD flffTEFj .if wj-iu. " M.L.THOMAS, Ptilsllssrirr. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. FIFTY YEAJIS Al'AllT. They 1t In the wlntrr c-loamirts-. An I tbe tiro burn b-lcht U-twcoa; One bit pn-wsl kcvrnty Mtmrnprs. And the wther Just sotcnlcun. Tbcr rct In n happy sllrnro A tb hnliw tirri-n fust; One llVf. in a nmilnjr JuHirv. And one In n lone, ion? pnt. Each drvnm of n ruh of mtilc, Ami n nuiwtlnn wbiprrd luw; One vrlll hoar Jt thi -culnK. One bean It long aan. Each rtmtm of n loving- htujtind. wlnc bravr hcnrl I tn nlouc; J-or one th Joy i oominr. For oni- the Joy ha flown. J-nch dream of n llfi- of ulMti'' hx-nt land'-r lhr mmy kIi-.. Aul Utth tb- hopr n't the intnry h'hiw In the happy . Who know rn h dr-flm l tbo liriirhtot? Ant wrlioknowa wlib-h tti IV-t? Th- irrow Mint Joynrf mlnirbsi, Uut only Ujc end 1 nit. I'.irUrr Xaq-izlnt. "OF It" MK. JENKINS. I wa.s fortunate in mv uncle. So ev rryWody thought, for tfnclc Braithwaitc uas -is wealthy and thriving a iimrm- farttircr as any in I amU-lli. n,l 1. his He had won hi. own war in li ebv rigid felf-.lenial and unweamng induMrv during a Joylew youth, and "l doubt If !11.,.ir)l,n,1i,i,.,...:..,..i .i... f.:,, i (.!-.. ii.,f ........ ... Tt l .l - . dea.l MMi-ri.-son. yril Vatican bv , 3 ".pu room in - ua.u. ""-, iH.m. was not moSfr drawi.7- a fafr 'f'"- contained l- but I Kilan uith the pro-pect of a partner- rnm" nfow as a nnP-r of ?"i V1' hhip.'but ww Actuillyen-a.Vd to be IMr oyoti remember a. wninj: man. marrie.1 to tny sccon coMsh. 7e,,utrd n Enoch C,int !,-' n:im": .m1,. "our "" great he.rlde r, sweet LucTSh- ' di,t. Sir ''. waitct!,. old man's onlv child. A r'nC "x.,wc,f ,,1,vf0r;,J '"", L- a his well-earned pperltv J K lli ar wilb his fc"oiTl on flc-wh.-n his eve rested on bis dun.rhtr's t-otint of h s powers of miinicn and the r ..... . I rv .Mi r- eious could repose full trust. o in lils confident al clerk. He did ' T t. I tllliuu . .lenKini. that head cWrk was one out of a thousand. Importable Jenkin ...-.- il. ..:.. i . . - . - 4iiu iiichii.'iini' iiv wincii irrpvprnni. I ueatly.brushed suit of formal Ida k. and bis ..are-tocd boots. Neve as I have , heard- iti tln 1 unn v.nltw. x.it-cf i.;e 1 r .. ii"l I. .1 !..,. ..c. f....i.::..u i.' i..." ! a.k for a 1h.1hI.iv. to hh.rk oMra work, I or to make a blunder as to tare and tret. I .. it.: t ..-., .. ... ,-. . - - . .. . M"ii -, T.lrviii- irrn rviill lf .. imij; wi iiiMiiieni miui :i iirm nueours 1 v. . 1 liiic :. poners as we were. As for myself. I am afmid that my poor merits, if I had any. were finite "-'" hi sc tn iiiai commercial 1 com,.,. Jenkins. Indeed, 1 know of no reason, except my blood relationship ,0 I our t.rincipal. hiad of the hoi.4 or j Urailhwaite. IVrryA-Co.. for any com- pnriMm between that vetenm of the I .rI'.iL-...l 1... t. . . f .1.... ;i leskan, mv iiittMN'ripiifi'd self. Put i my inbterieneet; iny uneV ofien said, in his gruff wav. "Take .Jenkins for your model"' or "Cyrl. lad. it, will be one while berore you till .Jenkins' .shoes' see how neatly he settled that besiness with Chativiu et Tils of l'ordeatix. and how cleverly he aoide,l the heavy loss of that 'ast shipment when Krakow and Kinder garten, of Hamburg, were going to mi ash Vet I stuck to my work voting as 1 was, and did tin best not to be undeserv ing of the prospective partnc thip. and somehow lgolaag impression in my bend that instead of my being Valo s of .lenkins. Jenk'iis was jealous of me. One day then, was a big cheek to be changed nearer to three thousand pounds than two and it was my task, no 1 nusiial one. to present the dra't at I'eabody V Sons'. In a house like ours. where the furnaces werealwavs aglow. though her father, who said that we children need not be in a h rry. would neer consent to name even n np proxima'c day for our wedding, still there was a vague prospect of connu bial bliss next spring. It was fine bright weather, and on Tuesday there was to be a garden party at some llich Jiiond villa, to wh'ch we were all to go. Altogether I was in excellent spirits, and as far as anv man could be from dream ing of the eil that was to coma How will ou take it?" asked the bank cashier. "Short! 1 answered, with a sort of bovish pride in my newly acquired familiarity with business phrase-, and with mv gold and notes 1 left the bank As I did so. a man staggered toward ine. -'ostled me, then teelcd away. m t tering leg pardon." and would havo fallen ! t for the s pport of my arm. I saw in a moment that the man was frobcr. Hut he looked ill. verv ill hag gard and hollow-eved. though st.ll y ting, and he was decently clad in a well-worn velvetine suit, with large, liroiiro b ttons. There was a smack of the country about him. waif as he was in the midst of London, and his accent, M. far as 1 could judge, was that of yorksh're or Northumberland 'You are ill. 1 'ear," 1 inquired, "and perhaps a stranger to I ondon?" "X'gb clemmed in tlfs blessed Lon don of yours, paved wT golden guineas, as our old crones say up in raven " II uttered the country'' an in the same thin, reedy voice: "paved wT traps, say 1, and cause for it. since, all tliat grant fevtherstored up. whet her for Hess and Hell or for mc " and then he would have fallen but for in v assistance. Clearly the man was fainfng. and from starvation. We had walked some distance. In tempting proximity, at .the corner of a side street, was a hone, over the door of which, in great gold letters, gleamed the words "Luncheon Par" Into this, unite instinctively. I lia'f drrgged. half hustled the man. It w:is the middle of the day. luncheon-time, a brisk hour for busi ness it. the citv. in the eating and drink ing line at least, and the place I bad entered was full of customers, young men mostly, noisily chatting over their sandw'ches. s" 1 Hung oncn the swinging-door 1 felt sure that I caught a gl'mpse of my uncle's confidential clerk en the pavement outside, "Mr. .lenkins'" 1 called out. but he evidently did not hear inc. but p.-scdon. Then was a rush of excited young fel'ows toward us "Pet vnu I c's drunk'." "Four to Jive he's dead!" " Hun over?" and so fo tb and it was not immediateh that I could get some re--torati e. Hut thepoorvountryinan's face was livid, hi? c es closed, his teeth fast -hut. and he could swallow noth ing Then a doctor was sent for. and the doctor was slow in conrng. and I Lad explanation aftcr explanation to give, first to the dull-witted landlord, who came blinking out of a back parlor: then toiu uis:tive customers; and when, nt last a breathless surgeon, hastily Htmmoned, came panting in at the heavy swing-door, amid the fnrging crowd, there was a necessary word or so with him. "But where is my patient?" asked the bewildered mnn of science; and. in deed, the " poor fellow" who was the object of all this stir had disappeared in the midst of the hubbub, and with bim had vanished the heavy, steel clasped, black morocco pockctbook, which I remembered too late to have 'incautiously laid on a table in .'he thirry and concision of onr sudden and awk ward entry, and which, was gne. piti lessly gone. Tireuy iace mat Ills htern look re laved. J 7" ? ,: , ,....., ',Um ,,f huvy remir..lel him. doubtless, of ber ' . I.h;i,! " m??utu gentle tnother. Hut he was a good ,av,n-7T ' i 1 I S I l M , master to a goo 1 ...-rranU notably where , " J ".n,' " ''T", id I an. thin; be. wl, waby nature mid habit sum.?- "!l"nj: how there could be anUhmg youtigsicrs in the counting hou-o spoke i """": "" -'- , " ; . . ' 7 , !..:.. 1 ... 1 ......" . . .' . I )irit-i mi iiiKin m ;ind I crrew sick anil hii oaM-irnrc-auioi that j.eirlol clerks: ". " , , ', " ,".. x, , but even those p,.rt oflice lads had a bev i ";, :" ,m,,,,l h-!in!b Sc f 1 ' Z 1 ,.f in Hi,. ,r, I... .., w. ..,.,i.i.. . daunt's friendly voice as he said, frhak ,..;i. 1.:.- 1 11 .... .... .,- iii-mv native hand the wlulc: and tall chimneys always Miioking. the . nei.au noi imcii iiuiuu - mu e..m ,. outgong for wages, "horse keep run! 1 n--c.itiplioo. My f rst a t when lie fuel were. I nee 1 hardlvsav. very large. '""I " ll't l,v' amI l'AWtl '" "11 that Mv-how welll renieniber , ' tin- clients chair was to shut the it! . 1 was in eweptionallv high spirits, 'lour and lock it. A hen ho heard the 1 had been talkin" with dear I ticy. and click of the lock he star cd, and turned ''" J j -p to j a simpleton - Yorkshire rhan sav but i alvrajs ocann?,! a Soft. 9M wis rham sav but now I know jou to be a knave thundered out my irate uncle, the north awtintrjr accent n his wrathful toiic lic-omniy; umiruatlr predominant. "Hail you not brcn my relative, hai not my rfri who ihail never be the wif of Mich a acounrirel begged yon oft" I wou'l hare prosecuted you a I" would any other rogue, arid Mjntyou to quarry stone araonronrfctA at Dartmoor or "Portland. A it In, 1 won't bear another word of your lie or vour oxctic-. Go. ! or I "hai' forget Lucy's pleadings, and act a a citien, and'not a a father. The 'confidence trick.1 eh? The countryman tha I am not your dupe, lad' Go and get yourself hanged ulsewhere! You won't starve on the sum of which you have robbed roc." Then came a terrible three month's -it wa that or more a time of deprci 5ion. of cru-hc 1 spir l. a half-btoken heart for inc. Tliat I was wrongfully j Mip"eUHl frau me but voM om'ori. I Mai innocent, but Imcy wan io-t to mc; my prosjeci4 were blighted, no one would g.ve work to me. and I wai t.or. and mnkinjr fast into the direst depth of want. I rerneralKT how pale, and thin, and shabby I had become, when I n-ceived a vis.lirora my uncle's lawyer, Mr. Mor, Jaunt. ".Mr. Vauhan. you wonder to iee me." said the shrewd solintor, ai La took the broken chair I offered him - J21II Ul 4.I1LI ALUlUil iiiUMV I Z- -1 ..!..-. ..rmrf smart rouns W'ff fff ' cc,,Jn Uh ,n" a t'1' ffor"T ', 'n, ! C u, Zt njlc l"mlf as eful boihj n he hou e and in the stable ard. and was astl in Enoch ( hut to concern me. "This ' noeh CI nt." said .Mr. Mor- J Ciaiini. hiowiy, .i- iijm w'""; ! man." 1 .stared at him. torely tuled. 1 . . . it .i ...i,i . . . .... . unHli pnnnfrr- ."I IMV1H VOIir eoiminiliail. uinmcn --. .-- , oil iin e tiocn soreiv wroji"i-u, .ui. Vaughaii. I. .lor on,. i "IlllLV. ICir WHICH 1 IllMUlIt : will g""ty, lor pardon. Now. listen to me" ThU poor wr,Ui"- wl y "" ' X . " ' '" " 'rl?m "T P n " s S do r not iftv ards from li s master s donr. V I '. ..... . ..,. .! . - . , , ,.,,.. 1.,... - il.n ami cj.rrieil ba-k to the houe. tho and carried ba-k to the house. crushed and blood-stained wreck of a man. lie asked for his master, and. Mr. Hrathvvaite being ab.-cnU he praved . ,,. . .i., i, , ,r , ,i " " n l ";r l Z S u Presence the dymg U !'l sc.n.e inartie lat .- :nfy"J: c,ar; ,n- '" fro,n ,nl1 i, "? V M" .."l . ? VUmhU "M'y "SO- l "I"'wK """ -"".' ...""-.." son. At his own ciesire ins oroKcu statement was. by the doctor's help, taken down in writing, but he died be- I fore the narrative was complete. Miss Lucy had an intcrv cw with her father, I need scareeh say. on his return home, as a se uel to 'which. Mr. Itraithwa tc. more agitated than I had ever known 1 him to lr called on me, and Iai tho matter before me. Y e. too. had along talk, and the result of it was. Mr. Cynl. that on tho following morning 1 received a visit from- have vouguessol it? -the eon' dential elerk. Mr. .lenkins." ' Our Mr .Jenkins?" 1 returned, per plexed by the half-comic expression of the solicitor's face. Your Mr. .Jenkins, if you will cling to the ancient formula." assented the lawver, with twinkling eves. "That commercial luminary came to me bland Iv. unsuspecting, for. as it turned out. as pale as ins sniri-coiiar. Now.tuy friend,' I said to him. in a frank, pleasant way. nry advice to you is. for your own good, to make a clean breast f it at once." "Then you should have seen tho in genious wonder of his interesting coun tenance. Kxeuse me. Mr. Mordaunt, but I cannot have heard you aright,' he said, alter a pause. " 'Oh. yes. you have,' said 1. shak ing a linger at him. Comet come, Jlr. .icitkins it is tiiix for you to drop tho sheep's clothing, and stand forth as tho wolf you are only this I promise, in Mr. Hraithwaite's 'name, that if your revelations 1 c full and ample you s'lall have gentler and more generous treat ment than you deserve.' A stormy colloquy ensued. Once I thought the man meant to. strike me. but there was something in my exethat restrained him. I .suppose, for net ho began to sob, and then to whine like a beaten hound, as, sitting on the edgo of mv writing-table, and glaring at the carpet, he stammered out a confession, which I reduced to writing, and to which he presently affixed his relnctant signa ture. The revelation, when this slippery witness was at length brought to make it he did not knbw, you sec. Mr. Cyril, how much his colleague had confessed was a tolerable, complete oue. lie had, it seemed, "an especial malice against youn-elf. as the kinsman and future partner and heir of tho employer whom it had been the bu-iness of "his life to dupe by a show of zeal and a dis p'av of mock honet 1 say. mock, be-eaus-.. probably, when the books come to be over-hauled, it will Iks found that this was not the first time of a betraval of trust. And Mr. .lenkins thought, tco. that oung as you were, you did not .-hare Mr. Hraithwaite's high opinion of If m. :uid might one day ask trouble some questions. "Wherefore, by the help of a forged character, he got this fellow Clint into your uncle's service, put him up to tho trick which he had played on you Clint had been a low comedian, mounte bank, and thimble-rigger in his time and received from Clint himself, at tho door of the- city public house, the moroc co pocketbook containing the gold and notes wlfeh ou in the hurryanci excite ment of thomoment had- Why, Mr. Vaughan. you arc ill?" Put if he said more I heard it not. for I was weak with long privat'on and sleeplessness, and the blood surged up to my temples, and there, was a roar a of waves in my cars, and 1 sank faint ing on the floor. 1 have not much more to tell. How cordial, and self-reproachful even, was the reception which my uncle. Mr. Brathwaite. extended to me. or with what tearful joy my Lucy's eyes met mine, arc easy to imagine, but'difficult to describe. "f wronged you. my boy, and I thank Heaven that 1 was wrong in whftt I thought." said the old man. with a sob in his imperious voice: "Lucy, here, knew you best." John Jicrtctcfi. A banjo-player in Boston the other night had an audience Teaching from that city to 1 rondencc, the music in the latter city being, it is said, very dis tinct. The central telephone office was tailed and asked if music was wanted, and an affirmative answer being givea. the player began. A number of othe offices " were notified, and for fifteea minutes telephone employes in several neighboring cities ana wnsMere terULaed. ... ..! 1 !...! rr1itwr t-Ir!.-u U'lllfll III! r..)lll(l OCriOriU I... ..I. ,..... I !.... i.f mil innti ! ii"iir , - . 1 1 1 ..r .1... .1.....1. ..1 Barfei 111m A mot cxtraordh3ry csmr whiek 1mm sfttonfched all the raedjcal profetk& ia i'uis. and Poland, ha jtwt come from Warsaw. A hort thee afro them died in the ouUkirtM of the old capital a j oung peasant woman wbownWW W1U1 that hwU; which characterize the fttflcrai of th Tlutvixa peasants. A i cw dajji afterward 'doctor were called to determine the enue of her death, but none could fay positively a to the nature o' a dieae that had xfcown so tyinptoui whatever, and which bad brought tb oung woman to a prema tura and Midden end hc wa tuned in due courvt Honrrrr, it wa ru mored about the city that her ha and often ill-Jrcated her. and at bor death Mm" people went mi far a to ay that he wa the caue of It. Tbe rumor spread mor and more unt 1 thry reached the cam of the autborXc. wb immediately raued the bdy to be exhumed- '1 he judicial corntnon fed lotrud thegrav-digger to the ceniytcrr. and the latter proceeded to diint-r the remain. Having leached it a rope wa lowered, and. after fixing it firm y around the half-rotten coffia. fhechastly ireight was h'iitd om'e mre to the 'eve! of the earth. Ther opened the bier ami. to their horror and atupefao ton. discovered not only the woman but a second .sharer of this her !at rent ing place, in the chape of a child that washing at her ieet- Tim child had beeu born in the tomb, where it had lived for ceral hour. Thus the tomb of the mother had been both tt rrad!e and tomb .it the .same time. A- to tlm mother, it w.i d.Moered that hj had been buried alhe when in a eomnue state, and, on returmag to coneiou tie, hail given birth to the child. It was easily .-een that the jxor woman had mflercd Terribly. liurymg people alive In Kurope ha occurred too olteit of late year.. and ran .only be ae-ounted for by the inat tention of doctors, w Inch, in th:s ea.v. hould be treated as a criminal ofletise. The fear o the living of being immured a' ve ha- gained uch a power over the mind thit Kuxsians, wheu on ther death-bell, hare left legacies for the foutidcil.on and maintenance of mortti jirie.s in the r nnlie cit. where - pcxed corpses are placed lor three days in the 1iohj tliat their thread of li e may not hate parted The mortuary of Fn burg can be ..noted as an instance of these peculiar lntlitut ons. which are confined pr.m ipnlly to Kateni Kurop-. w here cataleptic; fits are .known to be more prevalent than in any other part of the rr'.o' e. -.--.' In t e center of the cemetery at Fri burg stands a ho MJ wh eh, to an unob servant person. Avonld have every ap p, ar.mee of a unall c' apel This thought wotitd be suggested through the fight of a tower, wh eh conta 111 a bell. !ut, on entering this lilliput an budd ing, the searcher for knowledge ii.ight be astonished to see a human form, de.nl to all appearance The sti'1. r.gi 1 b ,'y rets upon a mar'de .slab, dressed in death's garments, and the r.ngs .which depend trom a w re rope that runs through the ciling. are attached to iti t'ligers. A lnrtlier :nsjeet on. ai led by the theory of the nppa-ntus wh eh the gen al attend-iut is wi 1 ng to gne to all i-.tors. wo dd expla 11 the somewhat mysterious position of the dead "body. The linger- of the Mipoed corpse are jdtced in mugiietie steel rings that tit t'ghtly. .Should the bo ly show any Mgns of rcaiumation. theslghtc-tqti ver o the nerves o the lingers would atleet the steel r.ngs, wh ch u their turn com municate wth another st onger mag netic current that for es it-elf on the bell, mak ng it toll, wh ch brings :.n at tendant physician to tho rescue- By this means .several bod es placed in this mortuary s nee lSi".'i have returned to Pc. A peasant woman, named Peotl eki. recent ry walked trom her tomb on the third day after burial. St. J'elerfi burtj Cur. I'htlndi h u I rcss. A Cip of a Tliciusaii'l. Columbus Brown, the man who d's covcred a bo containing a large amount of money at lraiiklin. enatigo County. Pa., had long had a uiitti.a for discover ing the treasure which was thought to hae been buried by the 1 reach whilu ia pos-e-i-ion of that part of the coun try. He had dreamed of liudin; it. ag'iin and again. The other night he dre lined as ustia'. that he was count ing and handling a chc-t o gold, and that he had foun I it leiried in the earth at the foot of a tree, 'ti an open tield. So excited was lie that h- awoke, only to tiud it all a dream, as usual. I'e arose, walked tc. the w ndow. and there, before him. in the held. tood the identi cal tree which he had seen in hi-d ram, but he put it resolutely aside asndreim. as most setisib e 11 en would have done, and ret red t bed and to sjeeji. 1 had scarcely clo-ed his eyes t.H he was again in the lield and tigging at I he root of the tree. He was in formed in souiu manner, he ciiiuot te I how, but by a man w.th a lore gn accent, an 1 in a mJtlnry tin form, with a sword and sash, that if he would incis ure a certain d stance from tho center of a r ck in the run. due north, and then measure thirt -three feet du . west 'mm that poi.it. he would tind the treasure he had o t.'ten een in h s dreams. Earl tho next nionfmg he aroe. and. proeuriirr a tajie line, went and m.-aMtred a- he had 1 ecu directed in Irs dream. What was h s u"prisc to tind that each and every measure ment brought him to the toot o: tho chestnut t ce in the open lield. Brown did not toll any one uIkjuI his dream, nor of the result: but during the day he went tb (. o!onel Breakioy. who owns tho ground, and asked and obtai cd perm son. on some pretext, to dig near the chestnut tree- He and his sou. a lad of sixteen, commence I digging at the root of the tree, and at a depth of something over six feet, about four x. m.. struck something almost under t o center of the tree which gave forth a metallic sound. A further clearing away of the gravel and stones disclosed the s;des or end of an iron Ih or chest. Wi d with excitement thev continued to dig unt.l they had t.nearthed the chc-t or box. wh'ch was thirty-one inches long, twenty inches wide, and twentv four inches deep, or about tho dimensions of an ordinary trunk. The r united Torts could omy turn is over, but could not lift it rom the ex cavation. The young man was sent for a hammer and cold chisel, and the Id was soon removed. The s;ght which met their gaze was enough to turn the head of any man. 'I he box was nearly two-thuVs tilled with gold and silver co'n. tarnished and covered with sand mold, but ue vert hcles3 gold. The coins are mostly French, but a number of English, German and Spanish are among the lot. They bear dates 1721. 1741. liol. and var otts other dates, the latest of which is 1754. which is the satno year Fort Macnault was com pleted. On a brass ruler found in tho chest the name "loneaire'1 is pla'nly stamped. It is a weJ-known fact that this was the name of the officer in command of the French troops. A care ful estimate of the coins make a total value of about S27. 000. The coins were placed on e hibition at the banks. The fortunate owner has been o8ered tea times its value for a single coin. Pkila 'leltil.i.i Press. "Do you subscribe to all the arti cles of the Athanaslan creed r' was asked an old ladv. "No, I don't I ,ant aTord it. 'There's a co'Jectiom next week f nr the convention fund. as4 I can't do any more," was the reply. Chicago Tribune. Major John Harold having recov ered a verdict of 0,000 agaiast th Sfew York Elevated Kailroatf for per sonal in urles it had inflicted upon him." the road carried the cae into thrM higher coons, bat th Yfrdkt stack. II0E. TX AS C1RDE5. If yyst hare choUrc potaU ta wt for wod. lut thra ia a l-ox of aod ia the cellar. Ther will not pnit ar Irrrxe. -Thn M'rhngti Far'cr r that ta Engtaod a new ttvi ha bem dirotcrJ for damva plntn. Farmer af plant tog piit ' largely, !c-M for pi than tor dye, it baring la aMsrrtaincJ that U-autPul color caa be 4rtain-d froatb rje fruit. Oraagr He Grate tie r n4 of tw oranges aad jnrre u; the ). cream uarterol a pousl of bcuer. aad add br dejjrtr- half a pound of ti'ar. tb ycik of two egg e I beaten, then the rind and juice vt the oraagrrv JW-at the whitrji of the egg to a UJf froth, and m x them HjhUr with th other a grel cat. BakW in pie Ua lined with pate. A" 1 TrJ'vnc To Cure Croup. Croep It 1 aal. can bt eurcl m one nwMrtc and tiw remedy 'm impl valuta ad gar. Tlio nay to aecoraplxh the d-"l i t tak- a kn le or agister, and hi' of in msll jmrucle atx.ut a tcsiinul ol atom, then ran it w,th twce that amnl of sugar, to make it palataVe an 1 admlti iiter it a qukklT a p..il, Almt m-tantaneouro)idf w.H follow. Ikrtt Pick out th porot jMdfy for m-irket tlnct- not tb jKoret n fleh and i'c, but the bad 5hapl one, the one of hid color, or o a color not In your liking long le rge i oihx aud nrh as that. Select the bSl pulb-H to ke p over -the best in .si-e. -hape color, pro diie'iefie. et all toe ri off out of the way as soon a jvitie. o tht the itx:k lnnb shall havr the l-ct ch nre- A cat sfctori piece of e onomy to take th- pretty striped or dotted ock of the father ami cut them over in little .stcwkmgs for the baby. It often hap .et: that the oek i worn iat mend ing at the lu-e! on!. leaving the rot ot it available, and if iarcs ta n to tuatj the .seams mall arl mcxtth. the lit'le .stockings will 1m a Miece and w II last at least twee as long as any children oeks t hat can bo bought. --The lily of the valley is quite hard :n all partof the country, but I ks a cool rather than a warm exposure, and it po-s;blo it should have a little hadcv Naturally it grows among dirub and Jo ttects. from which it receive some shade and shelter, and in pi nt;tig it wo should, if jMsiible, ghe it n location im itatmg itMiaturul site. In preparing a bed for it. if the material wore at hand, we hhould mix wme leaf mold w tb the soil, but it ttuallv sueeec s 1 n most noi s without sjK'cial preparation. Home wise farmer'. 1 ml it to t licit advantage to keep no si ck through tlm winter, as they can alrta bu all they want in March :m low as n NoiemlKir, and thus save the winter Icptng. ' ne farmer we hac read of whoso regtt'ar pn.ctice was to buy in March, feed ju di iously till gr ss was ready for graz ing, and then se!l in .June or so n af er ward. when hi c:itllc were in the Ix'st po-sible condition. By this metho I lie gave his pastures ret in the fa 1. and secured an earl.er and more vigorous start f r his grass In the spring. .V. Y. Examiner. Country Bead Making. It in a matter of universal comment with traelcr. that country road making in the United States is aither a lost art or a to be accpiired science The aver age selectman or road agent of a coun try town i-s usually deplorably ignorant of tho lirt principles of making a good road. Nothing will so Mirely advance the growth and well-being of a town as well made and well-kept roads. No part of its dome-tie economy wdi more certainly repay tho outlay. Nothing more bespeaks the intelligence and character or pu' lie spirit of its citizens. In England and most of its dependen cies the roads are made direct y by the State or under its supervision. As a re tilt the contrast between Engli h road, and those of thi- country is much in favor of the former. A common and natural miMakc f most to ns in this coiiutn is that an intelligent farmer must necessarily know how to make a good road. I tit the reverse is the fact. Bond makng is a subject requiring study and a knowledge of the nature of oils not often cons dered by any but engineers, or th -e to w bom such kno 1 edgo is a necessary adj net of their business in life. A "well made r ad even in our climate and with the wide differ ences in s 11 ingre lients. will last for years, whereas , rdinarily the items of repairs on our roads means an entirely changed thoroughfare, the pitch, water-beds and general character iieing more m the way of experiment than a scientific and practical renova tion. The country road maker com menccs by throwing out tho "big ones, on to theside of the road, retaining tho smaller ones, when by thoroughly bedding" the big stones the best possible foundation is had and with a covering of small stones in xed with gravel, or even with good loam care iully harrowed and scraped, a road IhmI is formed w hieh will defy l.oth rain, and heaw teams. Generally tho tyro devotes -his time to heaping the ma terial in the center with such a slope as o'ten to interfere with locomotion, and which heap the rin-t heavy team re solves nto deep ruts, vitiating its use fulness for any but a similarly heavy team and for it only with constantly in creas'ng strain on t he horses. Yankee in genuity has invented capital road-making tools which need but intelligent ao plication to develop such thoroughfares as would make them admired in place of being a reproach and shame. Our country i rich enough to place the roads in the hands of such government as will insure their perfection instead of leaving them to town officials without the educa tion or experience nccesary to an ac complishment of tho object." Hartford CouranL The Water Snpply. Pure water for household use is of the greatest value, and the utmost care nhould be had that :t is pure, because none other is fitfordomest'eusc- Every thing impure should be kept at a dis tance from the well, and it should be so constructed tliat no surface water can get into it. Where a well can be driven it is undoubtedly the best, becanse nothing can get into it wthout filtering through the ground: it is considerably cheaper, too. than .a dugwelL In dig ging a well peop'e very often make a m'stake in not go'ng deep enongh. It is apt to be the'ease that sooa as a vein of water is reached, it is supposed to be fiifficicnt. even if it is small, ands after going down far enough to make a little reservo'r it is stoned up and the result is that the next summer, perhaps, the well is dry. This is very annoying, be sides being an expensive jo . I speak from experience. By not dtggrng deep enongh tho well fails occasionally, and 1 contemplate dr ving one nearby so as to have. I ho; c. a never- aHing sup ply, water i needed 'n abundance at the farm fmildings. and it shou'd e provided somehow, either by sprngs, well, a cistern, or else brought from a distan e in a pipe. The best time to d'e a well is during a severe drought; aad if a good veia i then reached, but little fear" need be entertained that the sup ply will faiL Cistern should not be constructed under the dwelling, but oat o! doors. hen making a cistern be sure and make it large enorgh. Ua doubtedly there is water enorgh falls oa the rooTs of farm buildings In the course of the Tear to sunplv the stock with driakiac wafer, as we'll as wafer' for aU hoaaehohl aacpoxci.: and if it is property filtered, it is a good deal more whole some than much water that is used. A" . Farmer. fkmqprt Johaay. a w"3j.ew fbila4clsa towr p44U?t w Laajrtry irtetiau Whether hi Tri fcsr the braaty a a s.Ur cj tUatrs! r T3iar t cosr oral . l4 5 U tr ials that hd0'JM U c?t het ? Ias CnM and ccn'Jj Uj&&rl la Pkil-ii pkla. He cist to hrrhoteU sl up kU rrd, aad m mt hr a kxodtt yj vsaaa. ta hots he taadl th arw er. wita a crai pvch 8h aecrptrd the gift very granT. aad b rrtirTd la a tat of rud deUght. ody xa be plunged dnrn to dcpair by leorwej; that be had oalr a Mru Lasjftry' SiAid. rkuvlcfj-A-a Hevaed. It I wid of Jtos Kree. th afl lioaaire. who oece ediirda wwkly aw papcr ia Cxliforci. tht o enrziir did the petty aaaoyancr of an JcVnal room tmpf c thcaltrcs ajxa hi memory that year aftcr. its the wild clamor of tb nk board, whea fur tu&c were bang oju1? ad hx hi a minetr, Ccrrne ha wud frnfueatlj th.t iUn all that dm he cmld yd bur hi old foreman' howl for "copy - ' ' Of qntaiae pdl pat up by evrn of the leading firm. of Psiiadcsiphta, a chemist who ha. naravrlcd thrm all re- port that be Had ht two of haac-t qoahty, and a bitter coatroTery U la progiws. 'i7aic-iia Yrj. An .!(. ot tttplrto. Tralr tii U ui vrs ot mtgi'iia.' Jfrrr- tari-, C?:ia F M. lUw, mi b :r Wtituts Cr tr, MrrrauiU' .t: Mtaer Tr- rVtto Doe ltrraIkloa ! HHlwwcf. ' wbo a!Ier-l rrtrrlj tr-yst rbj-Ktl!. cukM bj the et-turc terUtrsl tafc frf. Icn. cuml hi ti. J&A Ott. 1i U ao Tarat t &vcv: ia a crrtl tUt ua ta tb 5tte bofc 1 t- tttt th tintti u.a In Mlriilj.a. M roy lnet rr il tout fct. tr:nr rV.rr Mi t aal tV.lar out pische. & ar t mVr fiwt cipht It Mt4, U.wctr, ti.i.1 r hit tern artilr Jutrt-1 A irw ! c ls if crntr.ri J '. rj t U" Cir 4 m taitv lf inn tail 1 fcJ i.rl "Arr th trfbt" Oa,trv -Ii mwli a5t" "T ct x crnt. iaJ TVf cnt fur jital, fle crat- f 1 kii , tol ll lurhxilxcV Zr Xwi liltr- ' ""tHJ ofl wantaquttl" "t h wv I r.dUr t' t ctxa rti-U l cainl 'j bintias ea jt crjol-rr 1 fce lo c!.. nl -r ti-rry woul lew bulk. 11 (lit M r-al tor a la;l'' Wrrr " VeT f! -Uw it toos ii.U.'n' Ia r tH je., I nnl' t 1M throw n an cxi trrr. m.J atn. l V loth Hp 'n a txred 1 a . txMini to ('!- r hit rul.nc' it I iloo't make a crtit iHUoit J-'rr J'rtu llraltli. Mrrnctli antl Vlc". If joa are c-cV us hraltk. lr ujlt nt rli:cir. v)ccnetljr rrqarl roa t ct l)r. Ouv itt't Yp l IK od r ar 1U a trial. 'o mM clnr rvrr Invf nU ! iuch a CiM rrriinl a hrallh jrnccr. 1,(m1 puriAr and tructrrnj;thoHerutcTer jurt et thr UjAj. Witrv Yivr iiv a train oa Ihe lrr ! an old lilyi rrtiurl.rU th.t it lcht&4llM.c. ' A ifinilltl It'itim) for I.nnc III.m. Ir. lUrfit .Nrtli. ltr Vtr JrM ut tt Kclectlc CSce of the l itr ot .Sr uric, an J f(irnirrl;r of Clnciunitl, Ohio, usl ltt- M. lliix's HiL.AM Tcry extrntTc'j in U jrao tlc, a muy of III jutirnt, um IivH.2. anil rrctnrrd to health lij ti uruf thl luraiaabla mrdtrlae cm amp); tritifr ile lwr Kl that o jcui a rrtnodr oiigtl iii to be nf lilernl it cipIj a a pVtrnt nilir l,f, but that It oujrhl lo t rn-cribe.l Irrrlj by rrery phr. iciatiat aforre pi feme ' r in all CAr t I-UHff illrae. It is a urc rurr for C4intmptloa, and haa no equal for ali ;c'-ora omi lalata. Is it proper to aV a man how ho It ret tfnc oh, when hr h Jiut woru uCt lle:m Cvmmrrti-ll JSuSUUn. "Krrp to your place and joor plc will kcppjou." But you cnnot rijsrt to Uerp your plare without iic-Ith, the foundntiun of ail nicer. Fur luUn e, a railroad nisi necr in tho employ of tSe C S fc M. I'aul 1L R. had been crlcr-iuflr nflected vtthdla betr fir tx year. Ile t-k four tote of Kldney-Wnrt'aud turr nte that he it eu tircJy cu:ed aud Horkins trcularly. m Tnc money lrnd-r nrrer neglect hl bul ma. He take all the intcreal he on lu it. V. 0. JHcayuHt. Stimoixo irritation. Inflammation, all Kl 1 ncr CotnplainU, cured by " Huchupalha." II. Two heads are letter thn one. In tho opinion ot a new editor. .V. 0. J'ittiyunt. Ruecm ATI w Cento. Fend utimp for free pre crlptlon. It K. Hephen(lln-, Wahlnston. I). U How to etpeiilte the rna'e dc". pp to ek what their lutetition are. Wrt.u' Mtoton ON Coas.' 15r Ak forlt.Cn plctc, permanent cure. Coma, watt, buittona. Coco i.vct hell connd In qu ntittf and mixed With blacic (M-pjcr, tnd cute that the icawn will t-e miliL Usr. Kcldlntr'ii Itnsila Salve In the houearnl use Uetldhic;' Russia lUlrc in the -.table-Tiy It. "Voc hare lovely teeth, F.theL" " Vca, Geonre." h fondly Ilpel, ther were a Chri'tmai present from Aunt (irate." m - " FlTK doeiort? no end of mrlifinr; no rrii'J. I)r. IlrnMm's lin Curt hat dru-rn amty ij rrujJio'it and Pin ntarl'j mil. Id C Youn, Hamilton, I.L Lawters ire irlTcn credit for leln; atuu-p Veaue they generally tile their anwer. HfFcather. rltjbon. velvet, can all lc culored to matth that new bat by ujId; the Ptamond Dyes. 10 cent for any colur. PoiSO.vtso by the ne of horrid h-lr-dye may be looked upon as a dyer calamity. - Da 'nrsjON' Celery and Chamomile Till are worth their weirht in ;old in nerrou and ick heidacbe." lr. IL H. tchlichf r, of Baltimore. A tect little tblnz tarn the bead of a crank. rrronI J Th Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mich,, win end Dr. Dre" Celebrated Dectro Vol-tle Bella and Electric Appliance oa trial for thirty darajto mea (yoanz or old) who are af flicted with oerroat debility, lost vitality and kindred trouble, euaranteeinr pefly and complete retoratlon ot health and manly rlcor. AddreM as aboTe. . It No nak It incarrad, a thirty day's trial l allowed. m TI ale's Hoary of Hor-honnd and Tar If timely used pre vents galloping con-amptloa. I'lte's toothache drors cure is one minute. m f.Tdi E. Pink-um's Vegetable Co-nponml has done thoutan s of women more jroo-1 than the Medicine of many doctors. Bown3 BnovcniA-TaoctiE" are widely known as au admirable remedy for Brnncatt-s, iloanencfs. Coach and Throat t-ccWea m-m tSQCTREK- How old are we! Why jwit Btnctern. That l to far. Three years ago. a certain actrets and oureU err jast th same see. tiineteen. She told ns only a dav or two -co that she was Just nletn that day. Bottom Poti. Borrowed monej U a noteworthy object. A Cleteland mas ku inrented a barrel without hoop or stare. Wbo larenteil the CcTeland roan is sot stated by the paper which fern is es the other laforstatlon. Cakae Trihumr. m Dkmvexs keepisr to the riirht cannot co wroajr,. m Tax zodiacal sins for tkeopeaia? of winter w a fTMt. The coat is a bard batter and bard butter L alranst always a lza that the Veatbor Is coid, PMivUphie Xm. Tn t youar ladj wbo taxde t)J word oat ot "cD3eTTator" last fall h ran away Irom komc Her mother wanted ber to aake three loares of breid out of "Soar." Iktni: Frte Pits. m Lei won en te trough: up to the askvis c ktdntrr aad ecoacasr. aad Jearu to ssppcrt a ksabasd. aad the traap sciaince will sooa . 7cxf SiTUmgu The Qikaapo Titxm says tiat fop &r iBUch Dorr rosaoa ia that city this t&ey .ased to be. aa 1 k nsU aosee real to V& Teat a waj to sa, pre tkeas. A Cauroasia bib ha acqsirwi a fertiase is asiosBlar war. lie had a let of ea raise Stock of a aoshial rala. aad p!e2z2 ft as cellaieral for a loam, Taea ta stock rase verr hi. Tae peraca to a boa K was rJMed sold it :abejeatlr ttteftacab. aad be boarat H taek. aakusr 3sCaJ Vr tae tiaasacUos. Tae true owaer of tie stock fsaad owt abeoa tae trsasartloe. ami saed for tae !, aa arfrargtBg taateu The aprese Coart cm H to hlaa, toe. 5lssa rsaimu Hosucz Gaxaur osroe efseau aaaiasan sa aaaaLsa a-kr ars&cal tymtaasaa aaaat sassha laMwmm! dslrt ser aad tW, tfag $tj d& Horr of tae sa:caaical toys ire sa, i i k JfTsUWSE RCltJl5COCt 4 m W - -Krmi USsie' fav-t fSHCn&S aa 7 tt wa M& ar Vtr. sj rar smf r at. Urn Jrvr. mi . it I ra V J-fcrtWf aiift it V v T r aA se ti tj bui mi rTVil7 X tfi. I rvirrt rw Vrf tt ;. -. 1- MMi!X! t r iZ vt 14 tAM i Woil alu fnx 4 oat -! Vfctvt tof .-. iifcl i-r tm. I (4 kl Ut 0 . UJrtAHN si lwrarfT 7ut ,, tawo-vavrv 1 aif 149 . fc rM. U& twM ua a rt I a t . s a nwif stt wmi va rf J A 1 etrt, iwrw, fct Ur r . . Xtirf crtix b4 mj .- . nr i iSfcA a ! 'X trrr f -l pa i li a rTtcr. iimu, a s msw -4 at, rCrS I ma'4 l k -- o !' . 2h rfc ff l4rX lWfc trnlUMI tWt 4 lnnn twric MM W'i 1 a4 f.t 4mB fMmt jm4s tmj fcr4. x4 tayvrsa tm$ st4. ju4 hv wf.xa k tJ7bi skt as nlm wrt ui t ivt, ti. . WieM tmi aa4 ymifJ-.UiSi ftt 1A-r IbaafV Mf imK -trl hviMt J b ItXitK . a4Vra brai ta arxv I b4 4iM Ur Una. 1 Vt 1 44 tt 4jmsw1 mi r to asa dutn . ta t-mA unst. Tt caactj t a. m4 -4 at Ut&c Ve k. trri u .Mjt fi- iMtvJux IVtt t &; I mmtii ims trrtt l'T , r tfct. . 4 Sm h4 Ut t- li tmslt ctTPt a444l Ct &-li reaMvX Mj rfr-hit f.SU4 t. s, Uwt e Uv4 J to j. ! uru rt.srf i T. b Mr rt wwaia wrf aak ir mj wt a X-ri V-4st t9--9t. a 1 t wo-4 t a ) Uttt rtr. a4 a ttu j:rr C Vt ' "U tS Wa Z rf tsai tt Mty br-4. tM4. -t, -4. Su t 1 tsiOr r arts c l iW rbM 1 i la rat tft p r J awi mi Vr U lwt mcsliral tl.llNMHl't ttut fcMtQ .Sum I u4 fcat a thi J wc .-4 i tcr trier tbe fcctt. 1 mStrtrii lrtm lg) t a Wtmiiim l say Wl tmd atK as is ttfc &- hI -tr MM timmrtt. at Uwn-. y SlaW 4 W4t -aH Swm.1 .4; pyi Ua. t4la MsSrrtav; troat UMdrwsc anil rat4 mjtw H 1 .-l l t Wm4 t Vb lrl trtKibW taw I 4rvwrta I 4 a t kw, U1 tamr r tMMs4 14 i a arr a2rtax irwai taw -iac r t aal ar .a tfbor&ai A l' tttXmrr 1 My . a n the vlM 4 m-rlr at Imsm. 4 fcvs rl It nU4 br ttkr iC a4 law tf -bl rr- . aai 1 -;irf y !, t.4U-d bi a 4ul. ton Hon. I Uf I to a larr .-W , vt hn tb ruft t as.i wrr t t tnr4 al. lb . cV-lt4 Mtaamf.l t' . riHtntri and I'r-f. aSt Vwl 4 Snv'Sa i4 ail ktad I 4rwv Ms I avri - 1 tat at sbt hotel m l"fcai5e W, Wi-r I . itn;rtj ijumft. mf to 4r ' fr.cBilk awl ifeitlMM 4tV Urn rrriS rati alt rir twto Mt Wm !' -r m.hfU hb 1 r ic ly ir4, a4 U. ktch I JP1 a w tJ -y rt wil tHn, Uth sm Mto sEarr bad iTawl Acting o k 4w. I bad sa t-r an ytol l imrr atul U uy f:rV -bntmen asxl tube c f 4 'm larce na.utKw. A .Witlfist pj-ca .t Mat for ni apjfi4 4 las t - He i I had Itnsitt. JjlM-r, tnd Ua Wf. a crrtila. aty ireful lmjctBl ue l tVe a rcurdy Tilikh bad c't rvfusat on t r the cure of ail Ivrmi 4 awlv 4-s aM 1 thrirforr laid hl iny preja4we an-1 mm rucnrrl It um. At hr.l wy L . h rr)-etd It atd I h.i to u- tkflajntul-. . blltr tbr first Cr- 4av ny tumrh it h4 fi, 1 tloea. ThU was imc tear af la Otl&wr, awd my imriirem&t raiid a4 twrm neat. I hare rrralBl M ui tar fiS m -4 t-f Sh IliMtdarMC mr ttinr-. aad 1 fret as we lo-d j a I crrrcinl. and I eaa urrrrst It tt that my nfe aave-l by Warr"s tafe Kldury and Liver iurr, ih remedy I u ed it my irfit stranee that I, -ag a tbrt- dan and an tx irwi ti'j;, did MK b v 'be waur anlyrsl le!"rr. but ucb t th I et I aad the lira tmu. f rvry ttluc 4iMr, and 1 did nH .m.-e-' that rnj i, dnrv refa tL irat pnlclr 0t of order; and here . Jutt brre I . kn tbere-trl dansr. and where niot e-w'le b rad t a'tleie ar lit dinjrrr 1 n d that I a Miy wif f th. u u.l bo arc uS rtnc fro -j k4ry dlMr der. whl neg rtfst. .urrlr ter--nHt ia lirUht i dt-ri I alo ' tbat 4Tt Irian, mar treat tor.r duK)r f r moath ithmit knowing rlrar r what tbr trouM U. amlfTrn aftrr aa ertai&fng tberaU'e, 1- unaWo to pre rent it ttbendeatl bownrr, fl-ly over titke the beipl' victim thry .!ftui llarrU CJtte, attrllMttns It t liart-dte, crul Hin, apoplrty, TrrtlsS tral , i4aii mrnlngetl. W(xl and uremic .4arnirx, etc., elr. U'or-J, ot conre, fail to e jprr ray tkanVs to II IL Warnsr A C-s. f lUtebrit'r, i , for coring thi troth! oeh a br-4ad ad rrr tain jrctBe a tb- e Kl''y aad ft-rr Cere, tut such at they are 1 g dv ere t !.. bile to tor tbii.-. I lo sboft 1 Wr tot. urrd upon the ! f b'sl ' i hvgv I itriiwend thi letter f"i rorl a.Jy a4 m them b brcin if IWe i dli . 'ur f a dUra.e ver which plivirUn cinfo ibev have no mntnd aud wi.leh. In our Jorm k .another. carrvtng -rr joplr t UBtlmely g-avs than anv other mldy J. V. IiltTF.It. M D. IUltlmorc, MA il SaraUga .strreL A Nice L-ttij: H"T -An Antln la.tr, hn hd cirjttnr o tea. re.flrwil hf f Mt'i evrrl time, 'aklog. hoevee rer em' r At I't, out OX pitlrtHs IU h ni. th- a 4 barj.ly . "Jimmy, if yn A.b'i ke- t V. I 11 sradyou a ay from tbr tMe," Yr that wbt you always do when there is runptiv and there are i-ot encujh ranncd iarbr n ji anmnd." wt tb repy of the gifted youth. Ttxnt .ViT.nj;. ftrf, llari. 13 Tear. I was troubled fr many tesr wjth KlI ney Complaint, (iravrl, etc . n.y dtI leai thin; 1 a duU and Inartlte. wcW hardir craw about, a an old em out ma al over, could c?t Bnthlnr to help Bie. umU) I C(t Hop B tur. and now I am a bo r My blood and kid-ievs are H rlrhf, and I air. aa active a a n an of tbirtr. athUeb I an seventy tn, and I hare no dabt H 4t do a well for other td my sse. It I wvrth a trial. (Father j -Sunday Jferery. m A rrnriLta cal el at a Chiladelptit bw-e the other day, aad akrd to ee tee 1 -d o thefamllr lie was 'e'errel to ta- erast Rl.L PfHlo&jAut .Vrm. Th" Xlrail Cannot be ltajtl, dot tf your lunj are bad! wasted inr can you te cared by the ua- c Dr llerte "f.od en Mrxllctl D'eoTrry" It I. horTrr, o rqnalled as a tonic, al1 era lira aod eat ttlvr. and readl year? the not oMtlnat ce of bronchttl. conrha. cold, sad inrlrent roo aum; Uon, tar surpaaaia; in rXScacy eol liver oil. Send two tarap lor Ir. I'krce j-am phJetoafn.uraptlm an-1 klndrrd atlerUoo. Addrrs Worm, D:rrxsAKr McotcsL As sociation, liuS.ki, T m It Is not tree that ki nr core xrrrfce. At Jeat roa can't pet a Jrrekled drt to d dare that abe aant lea klaed .Vr- - Frmal Consptatata. Dr IL V. Jlcacx, Buflalo. T : IW 5 I write to tell yea what yfur Farente IVe acTiptton, bf done f-roe. had b-e a crest sufferer irora testate cossplaisi. ef'iaJ y dracine-dowa.', tor orer x Tears. dcrSwr much of the time ssable to work. I PH cyst buDfirrd of dobirs wltoool any teaefli tll I took three bottles of the Fao-Ue Prracrl: tkm." aadlaerer hadasythtacloweoctcix roo-llnrny'r'e. Isdvlervery s-ek lady to Uke iU Ma. Ewilt Kaon.. .VcBrtdea. Mich. WiiATdothe wJVl vravei ssy! WTst, prso-sb-y, "We rest a dollar asd a half at 'de hair Store-p' Botisn (.munrrti.il BvZJl. m locxo aad aid ile ael ea sxSrrla; frc-m nerroa debQSty, rreaaiaee old ace. tore of seseryv asd kindred svs3rtraa. afenojj aeod three stasp for Part TIL ef raaph-et icsoet by Worid's Di.peaaarjr Jfabral As.dsVo-i, BuUola, 2a. T. - Tar world rotm. A "ew Tork faster aa beea Csed Ifly dollars 'or sUjiiis; hi work. .V. r. Stut. frrxAicKrrs tost old boots s4 shoes visa Xiao's Patent &eel SUSeaera, assd wisar '.brm Beia. sj aeoe asC aaraware oeajera. 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RUBBER ROOFING CnU CSI,lTnf atrt. KUit af jbt nj & f..i -" KiC f r 4 I 5' t-r- taiai rtMTAiaswr , avat. cwatraaa. aw -a c.ia-. PATENTS ntecrrcy 1SJOSa.y AMm ?Mta " r WwMr rri it r-irt a, K .T yi,. nrr. rg . . "" fiiMUUUI U (ft JUST OUT. new stove nre sHiar. Ow 4 ! tM as i ss a.". ... S.,r44 F.. 1. i JAarctas SEEDS gw ttoa r3 smC v ltoa hrtnr wrst, Ttoy r rr-s . w r ftrT. W " frr ST - !2vr A.tax T caUxa-wi. rstXC Z W fcKttXJ; S Ato-.iC ENCINES tTtfUmJ FV to wrsta TSXrs.TaJUrTAIlAfSX Wrt. . &CKK PWa s-CiTS a)Trir-w-- JtrawMrwt.JUiiaaia.IrgNMteSV if w AMOrnSwItorti.- j SA ' rs-j-aa W-. Xa-a W f Wauawaata a Caa aGbict.tS, AKT5J,rA-rrla fseiva-seaat rMMas. arvsrt;sto Mrfaitwra hknn S.r.- s..,....r. Ti !. Tt l. -r tffATnt tacsjistasati Jl&rwTnrmaw.SawasiTiae. iJtVav fyrV CZtor'. fririaf rit -. w". w-e-a. Itfinj at Ta, SJSa-4V UAID 7fw-e -t t Jaipur r?!X. "Will -C3C5KjLX. VtMto&crrrt.tiyrsw BUGGIES; ASCBXC --e-. l acixcrar r ostii au wmia n a.aawa.aw4 3rn tetltoiu. Satoaas,r$; V mTtoetwafsVsBaat wTvaw. auMkra. ai4aaaw saW -kss aaV 9r -sasVw " bbt, aaaaMnaV4pKsaaaw ravaaTnA ra N aa bsbu wtM an it faiu. B PSJ WIOcr Ttnrir H CJ A WaJCXas Tgarowa town. Trr act asTsasjs Sa aa jl. a. tit SITUS rO flUattit LijWisH sttlKatft! m4J T to m - . iii-w. ' - -je . 0. m."'1'" vrsa6j T ar tK .. siar M" - i . - - - f ' to -. - ""' J - i..t . imi -'- - - - & TWtft titN)K!. f -as D1AMQNP i "' rrti? rr-rztx -. .s- satstd. Tv. avaf. . TA. TXr.a. Jirtt j9. r 99f. fAT a. ' - s . - f , 4 , . ... . -. - m I au- m-. 4Ma A. . , T- p wn iii t .a a-! 'MM. V, k t a Sts- a. -A to . ' m m .iriM W n fri cold 2si SILVER PAINT. Qfni iarnt Ar" ?- - j j . - '. - - . m "W RAILROAD GAZETTE. Csxsrtwsx mA K4fctrw4 ?. ra.wl t Ts . .- - B 000,000 aorow aA. (Jtattu i catiT iutiwi tunti s. t, ri ! tk,S,K tM -as o r v MUlMIKrr !. xxsr vTtwcxDrciatxrc. ens tarns tn tc mts DR. WH. HALL'S BALSAM fORTHC Lungs. Cwn C- ". C fw.- . totor Osncfclst .S)sto BV-S-h'WIW t-ir. AUm. Cv rVtorwf Ct, vm tto aatrl tVi. i 4 .- Ito ! tK twt y to to &., s4 ri tto M W Hi art rr tM tot w4 W iVrion toi- mtu. rent MC ii s trt , rva !to a DR. STRONG S PILLS Th Old. Wotl TrlexJ. Wortffw) Health RoriowInK Remwlle. siaws smtiYE mts zr , 4 W- ? -. e H. - 9"-i smoKS's rorowL nus ... . V- r-i t ' - IH i - r i. lit i i v NasjsaHslo,wa - V - 4 j l2iiajfi IrOJt THE PEXMAXEKT CtIRE GTJ CONSTIPATION. !.4f4haM U . n Wm O-i j , ai . ... . - - - - - . , ..auA . - ' Ua4 lt -rWrsa4 r V-T Wt . J wff si Sss? I J aa.si lis .. tikis, rass r nr t in. huts n in l sat t arsl tux -,- JB ria9tftUfl hrs.H VV. Stol taiMvr m. A A TBr - Urntito ta t j? ii" .tof JT. riiri wii "'j' 8s rmcssi. USE j tir..-- stoctW M CENTS FOE TiSIE MONTBS. Tto r .wj'8 "&. f .ti J--TvrrSt .w;t WJ ' to 4 afto l"i st -' , v j- . . -'. . . . --. i . T- " r - j. ' - tor it w r '. 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