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THE JIEICL(MPD- CHIEF.
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"TJIE JhlXISI jtOTS WHISTLE."
"Oli. wIiNtlo mi! LM eoitic to yon." '
JNrarlyvorj-'iialin-jr or Alio New York
Mttl ew V.ivi n-icl Ituilrti.t'I iftt owccthi-nrt
or 'V0,,' .N"" lr..-ln if"ftnvorytmln
ttouhl whistle it vtlutt; to noun fair tUtrm ntl
Oie-llii fc'n-w n reur'ulty ar-t-plittfii;- Unit
th'-'iutlmrit Oi have Imd It sIuiiihv. iMiltu
Jt noon wi!ii "Tlilrty-flv-ij" f
Elx-fl e a in. there's a local comc.
Make- up at Itritol. runnlif iMot;
An tli-ny lier wlilitle sIiikk an liuim
' I a lit in caution to mini un' Im-iliL.
Jiti'O" ""t lH'ri tvlio Jnek Whlfn ralN
Lilt Ioii WoMlliiir-. lown Jiy the 1'nlN;
hiimni'T or wlni'T. iiluny the fain,
Mn'li' am lier-lwrr Mllln lirt- numo " '
u U: l.u-ic-: Lou-lecr i
M lx-ttfl f Jsltt jvui uuA henr'l'IVrTnj'-on'"
i'ii niiiii'HTiii w( k'. Hint or mi tiej bcicihui
aim! -r Ma ti-l Hit? rising un,
Jehu iari 'iriftmoyour'trcsmsr
Hut I !oif t tiilml It; It maki n mo frln
?ol Jiifkdowu lifr; wlmre Uwr.rffV lta In,
Ml." wile. .leriihlin. rnn tie.ir him uall,
Joii'l as a tlu-out of.liro-w can Imwl
'.! i -too' hliue! J -IhmiI"
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Hut ut otic-tilty one. hM "alxty-foiir"
ti . .. i. . . . i . l . i.
ixioii i.i.i rioiu .ai. ciL'Hr irouu
Iir iwiic Iht nittl- uml ruiulilo mel rour
With then jfteM whistle that evi-r lilew;
An'aniiy on tin furl VnenViiljce of tho town,
hinMl (Sue Uiiiihrop'fl'fye iiriirnmi
Mime llUe Hie Ht:irllht. Iiriht an elear.
When Hhe hear the uliimieof Mx: !ear,
"Ti on on on, yij-u-ii-u-o!"
An' 'Ions; nt inMu'Kht u freight conifH.in.
Jea' Iterliu nfttivUtonl 'lou't know
Itut it ruinlili-H nlonv ultli u fearful lin.
Till it readiei thy V-Sv.iteh theie, uul then
The eleareht li'it-1 of the K-iftei U-IJ
That out ! a 1-raM-n ro'ilct f II.
Wki Nellio Minion o ii of hiTil'i'iims--To
her IIKe a uetlilfn hell l hi-eiun
".Nell. .Veil, Noll! .N II, Nt II, Ni.lt:
An' f-omoulierv Into m lh" nftenioori, -
Voil II fee "TlllrlJ K ell" tiellkln' West:
)t" Iiil Iioiii llnrilor.l: same oi tuno
New t -I lor I' e Kirl that ltic him I teat. "
Tom Wi'-uiii rw'iM on the rittht haiel hhle,
tilvlif'her ? it'll at etery Ntri'le;
n' he ,-4 tin- wlilsMe. nw an clear,
l'or Lulu 'Jray. on the Mil, to hear
"Lii ill L o-Im;"
Stil jio' H ii all lav an' all ii'jr'it.
Till the old ifi'U have otl t It iTrilittrti horc;
HHI iiihjiU ami Ii lelielor. hsu It alii t riKht
I or lolks to ilo com tin with Bueh a wir.
Hut the engineer their kl-m- Hi'lltlow
1'roin a hifttle vnlvu, to tho KirJ fle-v know.
An'lhe x'okci the name ot their Fwc,lh''iiit-i
With the Ho.Jo Noll! Il.tli: of the MvajJng
n: j: TiuZiTur, hi 7.W
I'OSTAI.'i: )!' STATED.
I was tall, overgrown, awkward and
Mteen, witli a pervading coummis!ic.s.s
that my hamls and f-et were very lare,
and the added misery, in the ease of the
former members, that they were al whys
led, and I never knew what to do with
them when in company. I was mak
iii; a visit in"; :tl ;randniotlier.s delight
ful, old-fashioned country home, when
Wie morniu"; the dear old lady called
me to her.
Here is Mimethiu for
idie .-aid, "an in ilat ion to
parly al Mrs. I'M wards'."
Children's party." repeated, prob
:ibl. with ahade of scorn in my voice,
as iinlieatiii": that I was no longer
to be placed in that juvenile category.
Not, children exactly," corrected
grandma, witli a smile at my masculine
iliirnilv. 'yoiiue-iMMiiiIc, I should have
""" a Mm . .
Vi Mi..e.moiii mj.. like a iiaM. of liKi,t,T -"Hic, icni, jjo hack to the parlor." ".SjiimuIis jnrl!" I exclaini-l- "I
A!ui,iU-fhiK&nW , . 'Shu k"1 !"? in a wi,,i,W P"M':r- a'1 lhink Jt ltirely a woman, duty
.. . . J , ,. . 1 1 ri-4 of llutvcmn' Lwait her d wmpUnlift to lielri t 'ufol int. Tfuu frc-
?,'W M,1Te' lM:r !" H i-nnt.-. hrH tiJetulArr tliaf book of Ibfe late Dr. Wur-
.Vn..lH.i..l-lliV.low'.Vte comj,anio jr. the dance (wherein I ex- arc I'.twhnell. piiblbheil wmc Vea
Vou mlslit lilnri'liis'iln'li'kiK.HsitViiHL t-,,,I-, th country boy, and gloried. In airo, calM A Hefomi against Nature?
iH-dii-j .voH. ;-::'i- . . my .ayomplw!.ui4iii4,jjn.l, atfjtAt, i Irilr hu denounced thcvholc" woman'
fed Mrs. I'M wards' daughter Flor
id is" fourteen, and Tom Itvrm and
all the boy. s young men, I should say,'
with a twinkle of amusement "will bo
I had sundry misgivings that I should
lint enjoy the part; at all. being as yet
Aery much afraid of girls, though lie
Iginuing to admire them as mysterious
and fa-einating beings. However, I
accepted the invitation, as I found that
all the boy.s I knew were going, and
the party was to be ijuite a "swell'' af
lair for the village.
When the evening came it found me
with the rest, scaled in a large parlor,
ten unhappy because of my arms and
hands, which would by no means ar
range themselves in any graceful or
becoming manner, and extremely bash
ful, but full of admiration for a lovely
Mack-eyed girl ab.nit a year younger
than mv.self. whom I knew to be Tom
15y rue's s ster.
She sat some distance from me, but
she had given me a sweet .smile when I
first came in, and now from time to
t me cast glances at me which in
- created at once my bliss and my con
fusion. Various games were suggested and
played, but they were of a quiet char
acter, such as " Twenty- 'Questions,"
" Proverbs." etc., so that I had no op-
port unity of approaching any nearer to
Mabel, who .showed heielf very brill
iant in her quotions and answers dur
ing the progress of these intellect qal
Then somebody suggested that we
should play posUollice.
Po.-a-oiliee! what is that? how do
Aon play it?' I whispered to Tom
Byrne, my next neighbor.
Don't you know how to play post
office?" he asked, with a scorn of my
ignorance. "Oh, well 1 suppose you
- cit fellows don't know anything.''
I never heard of this," J assented..;
Well. I'll tell you how it is: a p'rl
a-ks for a letter for some boy, anil, then
you have' to ask her how.mueli postage,
aid if she says one cent, you jmist kiss
"Oh!" said I.
" Yes." replied Tom. "and voh kiss
lier twice for two cents, and tin centimes
for three cents. Jt:: quite fuuifyfi is :i
pretty girl." he added, judiciously:'
"1 suppose so," I replied, vaguely.
' Hut 1 forgot to tell you," he added,
' if she ays 'postage not stated,' then
you kiss her its often as you like. Hush!
they are going to begin.
To be surt one of the oldest boys
was appointed postmaster, and one girl
k after auother went out into the entry,
each presently knocking at the door,
askin-r for a letter, whereon the boy
called for sheepishly followed her into
the hall, and to judge from the sounds
of screaming and scuttling which gen
erally followed, paid his postage under
1 watched the game in a state, of Iw
wildered alarm. What if .a girl should
call on me! Hut uo one did, and I was
j half disappointed, half relieved, that I
w-as exempt, when at last it was Mabel
Byrne's turn to go out.
She left the room with a lovely blush
on her beautiful face The door was
fcolemnlv closed upon her, and then
after a "brief pause there was a faiut
knock. The Postmaster opened the
door a few inches.
aV What do vou want?" he asked.
"There is a letter here," she replied.
-9 "For whom?"
" For-Mr. Janies-iIiH.a:- - -
4 How much to pay.?" fcV '
44 Tostage not stated," was (lie faint
They all laughed loudly and looked
at mc, for that was my name. The
blood rushed in crimson floods to niy
face. I got on to wy feet somehow,
and with my heart torn between, a wild
desire to go into that hall and a wish to
sink utterly away from human kind, I
stumbled out of the room.
The door was closed behiud me and
I fouad'myself almost in darkness, as
tho hall was Jmt dimly lighted. . I
IfriaaaaMKH-aettfr Uical iieaxd tiie
.pj.U. dc once in my life LkniMriMt
J.W.xl lat know liW.'-'flar-
t,,!l;feil"c ail (hUMh
-n talus-. aWa?Mab,tid nreaCM Tfir s1h to
her check fu ihri.'o or four rapid, half-
friijhtvneil kisc. Ixiforr? kIhs could free
herself from ruy cnibntcn.
p "There, there! Mn I!H1.M hi fcild,
Willi a Intnl. iiicrrv Inti-di. "dmi t he w
. - " ' ' aa, - - - - - . - -
Lua-iiiaaain- .I'm .Mire vou ar bold
"Have 1 paid
- -.miceii, vi;
noiixif and tnar.
CroWllill deiurlil Of the eVetiill'r.linr !-
- ' 'a . " l.4,.ll
J his was all. The ne.ctlay I nttiraed
to my home in the 'rfty, and Afalx-1
Ityrne leeatne only a memoiy; ntron
at lint, fainter a time went on. but
iweel nlaV4. A hen J aw otlperlrU .
1 cpinpareif them iijeninlly-vitirtho '
' viciure-aiy-' ini:iiiti(ii painU'd -of I
.SlalwI. r.nil they never seemed half j-o f
iweet nhyayi. AVhenJ uarr other rU
Htit then I did not hee many other
e'""- 'w oaaiiinines msieait oi
'iiiiiiiiiMiiui, ?eomeu miner to increase
upon me as the years went by. I
avoided orielv. anil wtuc untnupli "if n
.1 J..t..t.S... 1 ..
j reeltici fniMi ladieji jJuit my mofjier w.w
.quno wurneti lesi l blimilil become a
conlirmcd' old baeh'or. Perhaps one
reaniui wjiy I retained mv dillidence
was tliat my-piirMiits were.mon
llld not atllOIlir IHloille. I Imd made
theCipuC'i ofVeology my ntttdy, and at
i went y-scyrii i-iiina mell in a rum
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fortable position a" aji3latit professor
in one of dur be-tollegei;. the salary of
wJli'-h. Willi mv own income inl.li.J
making me mi far at ea,othat I n-solved
to devote my btinimer vacation to a tojir
, '- l .1U
Ivjuipped with bag ami hammer,
Jiigiit found fnj 'making a pedestrian
lour of Switzerland, with a special iew
to the study of its gl:u:ial .ivxtem and
lithology. j nndtipil the well-traveled
way.s. jhtu !caiing Iho Mieiely of all I
other tourists, and I wa therefore ut
terly anuued whea one evening, asl
drew near the little house which was
my temporary abiding place, a tall
form strode toward me out of the darkr
i:eK and a heart yvoiee cried out.
"Jim! dim Jlill!"
iWliut is it?" J replied, with a half
"Ah! I thought it was my old friend.
Have you forgotten Tom Ilynie?7 ,
Of course nofTfor I Tia 1 met hmfoe
ctsioually .since we were boys, and I
v:i"i heart "ly glad t see iny foriner
comraih;, always one of t lie be.il of com
"I saw-iyoiir name on the book at the
inn, lie ic'aitiicil; "Wsls pure it tuu.t
be Mm. Al anv rate I lliomrlil I would
.start out to meet you.
"Hut how came you here?" I in
quired, "iuthis oiitof the wav corner
of the world?"
"Heeait-e it is out of the way. Mabol
and 1 arc making ii'tr'p in search of the
p etiiresque. You know she is quite an
.So Mabel was with him. My heart
gave a curious tiiump, anil tor a mo
ment I could hardly make a sensible
Yes " he went on; "she is m devoted
to her art that it .seems to quite absorb
her life. Sh" has not thought of mar
riage, ami does not i-ire in the least for
the ordinary run of society." She will
be glad to see ymi, though," he added,
consolingly, "as you are a man of
science. ' '
We walked back together to the little
inn, and presently I was shaking hands
with a beautiful and stately woman,
whose br'ght. dark eye. Hashed with the
strange intensity and tire that I had
never .-ecu in any other eyes but those
of Mabel Ityme.
She greeted me" very cordially, and
after we three had taken an evening
meal together there followed a delight
ful evening in the'little parlor that Tom
and his s'ster had .secure I.
For once in my life I felt myself quite
al ease in a lady's society. In the first
pla-e there wn'Tom to keep me in
countenance by a prcdominnnec of my
ovnse in the company, then Mabel
did not expect me. to talk of airy noth
ings, that light foam of the socitil whirl
pool'whieh I never yet had been able
to .skim. She .-poke lirst of my s 'ientiiie
pursuits; s te showed so much knowl
edge of the subject that 1 really found
my .self talking with carucMnoits and
enthusiasm of the formation of the
country, and especially of the glacial
system and the curious mirks of its a
tiifnJ'br.HJ by the specimens 1 had col
lected. She, in her turn, contributed to the
evuiiing's interest by telling me of her
work, and showing tin; .her .sketches,
which were really of a very high order
of artistic merit. There was no .school
girl weakness in her hand ing of the
bru h. but a force and poetic thought
that had wonheralready houwrable rec
ognition in the world ot art,
"And you have never heard of JMa
bcl's paintings until now?" asked Tom..
" No," I confessed. " You know I
have been quiti absorbed in my special
, " Yes. and you have not seen Mabel
for ever .so Ion;;, have you?"
Ho," I replied, "not since thnt'sum
jucdcu years ago, when 1 wa at my
"."Tollv times we had. too," said Tom.
reflectively. "Keniember that party at
A sudden rush of blond to my face
utterly confused me. I stammered a
reply, and Tom. lo my relief, went on
with some rambling reminiscences. It
was some. Utouils before 1 dared to
Jook at Mabel. Surely she wits blush
The next morning we all went on-a
trip up the slopes of the mountain.
Mabel in short, gray suit, alpine hat
and stout boots; Tom carrying her
drawing materials. Thus we made
this any many another delightful expe
dition. Life took on new colors for me.
There was a radiance and glory about
it that I had never dreamed of "before.
Every day I found fresh reason for ad
miring iny beautiful companion, and
our walks through the deep valleys, and
up the, rough mountain sides were to
me like enchanted journeys through a
realm of fairies. In this IoveFcst coun
try iti the world, with this most
glorious woman by my side, I was, in
deed, as ono transfigured by the HgKt
of the grand passion that took possession
of my soul.
AV lirst I knew not what had befallen
me. 1 thought only that my pleasure
in Mabel's society sprang from a simi
larity of tastes and pursuits and the
charm of her conversation; but gradu
ally I woko to the overwhelming fact
that I loved her with the one great love
of mv life, that seemed to mo now to
date from tlic days of long ago, to hayc
been, always with mevand to stretch
out into the future tomakeittranscend
eutly' glorious, or a long despair.
Ami yet assoon as 1 had learned my
own secret, niy former bashfulness came
back upon me with tenfold intensity,
and I found mysalf often embarrassed,
in her presence, while at the thought of
.telling her my heart's story, though my
brain wassmuicn inrougn wun aazznng
delight at the dream of successful woo
ing, yet I was so overwhelmed that ut
terance would, as I was sure, be an im
possibility. And 3Iabel? Her eyes were very
feint) to me. TJiey turned, to ne wit a
i now:: ami irci t bucbjiwi cc
i-- . r . -j wm a
f' 0pTnvcijn,wf4 taltfraV al
' jki arrariMl To mama-re. in Q-ral. and
cjHc?ally to tiic matrimonial lot of
Mimn of our old friend.
I "Yon remember lkru 4u'J-, yoa,
I Hill?" akcd Tom.
"Till, b.-nhfnl fellow like mt.' I ad-
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I Vc." irpliedTutn. larr:uln;r. "H
married Mim Cutting, our former school
.teacher, I always thought ho iron?l'
riiriita hmtvmi.nl lint mi'tit-nincd thai
' even woman ouJit to have the riht
, to irti'. raarnaic to tfiii iHait'
, j,ho liked. I think he was clentificalJr
t .rH.l-.. uitl, .rn..itri".TnM l.L-in-.
"ilwar atTfimfl.'ni nt"il LvimmN
rur irlanf" tunie! to Mabel: her even
5 were fixed on mine, and the look I met
then; Kent the Llixtd to mv hf.irt with
luolf-Mifu tmiMhooiy-Vi.k. thnt- I
' 'Tew faint with confuioB. and jreent-
lv rtn he out of the room and to bed-
jo irh not to .liep.
The next dav'I went out in the
! nooa by nn. Miff for a scmmbli: through
a u.iiiiu and very rough oije, where
Tom aijd Jdalnd did not care to accom
pany me. I was half glad to be alone.
. for I was nervous over mv audacttv-nf
i the niirlit iMifore: vet at'ttioiicrtit of .Ma-
t bd's kimlle i.v. mi nveru-lielmeil with
i blindinir liatMniie.ss. that I had to look
. '. .
many times at a bit of rock before 1
could see the strbc that denoted glacial
Itwat lato Minuet whn I readied the
inn; The la-t rr light' was JluMung
the d'.slant mountain peaks with that
man clous beauty which i) one of the
wondrous charm of- Swis Kceneryt I
made niy way without-pattse toMabel'H
parlor, fed therp by a forc tliaUseemed
to draw me by a jMwerbeyondmycon
irok The room was quite dusk and
she was alone As I entered she eatne
toward, me wjth a quantity of letters
and papers in bf-r hauils.
"'1 he.e came while you were away,"
Mechanically I bVik the priii.r.s.
Among them there was a large package
on which I dimly dicerned the word
"Due,' followed by an illegible stamp.
"You have paid spjuetlt'ii on till.".
I .said; "how much was it?" and looked
"Po.tage not stated,' replied Mabel
l'loinptly. smilingly, she uttered the
words. Then her dark eyes softened
and faltered. The paper.s:iml letters
were scattered over the lloor." I had
caught her in my anus with all the au
dacity that Ind been once before mine
in my boyi-di days. y
(July now, tii'l " pressed passionalo
kisseoti iier brow and" lip', I", foiiuil
volet) at last t' utter tilt yearning that
was consuming "my heart. DiO Levi'
Ills Scheme for l'carp.
A rather slim chap, with rippling ca
...ry hair, stepped into a fa.s'iionable es
tablishment where annj are sold, and
called unto the clerk:
"Have you anv
A Yes" replied the clerk:
like to look at them?"
" I would." ." " ' . ,' .
In alMittt two ni'inite.s "he counter
was covered with revolvers, and the
man with canary hair examined them
"(Jive me six."
The clerk seemed astonished, but ti.nl
up the pistols; at which moment the
eutoiner commenced to fan-, himself
with his helmet, and fajniarkcd:
' (Jot anv shot-guns?"
" Yes. What. kind, do VOu prefer
plain or latn'naled .steel?'- --- '
"Doesn't make anv difference. ive
me about two of eaefi kind."
The cleric thought he had struck a
lunatic; but he didn't care whether he
took the cash of'Tv sano man or a lu
natic. S i he tied the guns up, and
was about to announce tin: amount of
the bill, when the young man inquired:
"Do you keep cannons?"
" We have some nice brass cannons
that carry a twenty-pound solid ball,"
replied the clerk.
"Are thev mounted on wheels?"
"Then give me three."
The clerk was considerably amazed,
but took the order for the camions
down on paper, and said:
"Now, is there anything else vou
would like to see?"
"Yes; I would like very much to see
"We have a fine stock of daggers.'
replied the clerk, as he placed several
specimens on the counter. "Here is
on" with a solid silver handle which
conies a little higher than the others."
" 1 will take six of the silver-handled
ones. Now let me look at a few
" What kind do you waut? We have
a number of different styles.'
'What kind, for instance?" asked
the canary-haired youth.
" Well.'we Iiave'the cavalry saber "
"(Jive me two."
"And we have tho cutlass."
"The kind used by pirates?" asked
the long, slender youth, with a sniilo
that bet raved his anxiety.
" Yes. tlie very kind.
" I will take six of them."
" Now we have some TurkWa ei mo
lars." " I want four of them. I ab-o want
two claymores, just like the one in the
The clerk took down his order, and
began to fancy how much his employer
would think of him for s'lling such a
big bill, when the customer said:
" l want nail a
on tliem '
rifles, with bayonets on them.'
I will take vour tutler and till it to-
Is there anvthiii';
" Yes; I want some hantoons
"Tho-o we have not in stock." said
th) clerk: "but we can, get them and
deliver them with the shot-guns"
Now 1 want some hand-grenades
"iVe don't kecp'them."
Don't keep tlienf?"
customer, in surprise;
" Well, then j-semaH thosi things up
to my hotel. (J. O. D."
The man prcsentcil his card to the
clerk, who thanked him for purchasing
such a nice bir 1)311. and said:
" 1 hope to ee you when you- play in
"I plav in New York? I don't
Beg your pardon," said the cle.rk,
apologetically; "I thought vo" were the
manager and star of a sensational dra
matic company, playin- a Far West
blobd-cnrdhng piece, lurtfiatyoBcuiie
for properties ""
"Oh, no,' laughed the m '" yel
low hair-s "I, am simply goiag dowj.to
Tejtas'to start'a paperl Xhet-eafij'eer-tain
journalistic amenities down tliere
that I desire to observe to the letter. I,
don't wish to be mistaken for an ant-teur."r-i'i.cjfc.
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The number of -eountry girls anx
ious to learn dress-makiag from a
sharper, who gathers is sixteen dollars
a head and then decamp, is alaaost
equal to tho number of girls -who light
ire with kerostte.-rKflWjMto Jokt-naL
! jr&sz swo 3r
of all crar Tine tkt
T"aU;Up,iili uiideir rdiwudJi
bhtoK-il f3baVtVtWfalL 4wJ.
The fimt pnutJoi rr4at. b$r4 J
liy the MxMAcbu,! IrtieWltufstl " SoA
cicy, wa uxn uy a larajcrnBo traiat
his bmbei t inlc ttalk fiW each
rooL Som f ahM.ar tknc kkimm ia
p!anUDr fcoyncr than anolc tnse
annrml crop ar.nnre trrtain it
usual trevment thai Uth cpj.
(Jencrally. too. pear bnng the
pnee-s. ;:ttr fuat t f
A very nice white cake, which I
be baked in a loaf, and .sboulil Lato
make it jierfect a chocolate fnwtln;.
mtarte Txnr cxip tl nugsr, Iralr'a
of, lilt tor. oae can uf vuL cillu
half teaipoooiul of. aoda. una. cup
corn-iarcii. one cup of Hour, otic
"jKnfui of cream of tarV-r, and tl
wnitea oi Uircc vzzi. Jf tlus
tlln after mixin'. add a triffc tno;
Jour. It is almost inijstbltt to gi
vrnt'Je dtnttitJii alout flour, a Mill
lrrands of flour tliickcu more than otb
.W.-.V. r. -b.f.
Chicken Pie: Put intu a ttausepan
one quart of water, an onion, a l.ttle
fhopicti jiarsler, a little celery xt-d.
or, if attainable. a pi-c. of rvlorj', with
pepper and mil; imnler for an hour,
then put in a chicken, cut into con
venient pieces, ami tew until thorougli
ly rooke I. I.Tne a d ah with goo-1 pie
cnist. then pul in thethickrn in layer-,
with slice of hard boded egg between
eacji layer; adj. to the gray a .-mall
piece of luttT rolb-d in I'otir, and a
qu.irt:r of a pmt of cream let it ju.t
Ixiil, and jiour over the chicken, put on
the top crust, and bake until thc-pa.siry
is done. Y. JkraM.
-Stornaway a few biidicls of dry
roaiFdu-Uur the hens to dtut iu next
winU-r. (Jive them enough of it and
have it entirely drv. ?o ihry can "make
the dust fly" all tfirough the hen-boue
ami cover the roo.ts and till the cracks.
and-tJie lice iiuut move onU Thin doc
nofjoiind quite sj nice x-i Mjaiism!..
earhol.c add, krosune, perfect cleanli.
nes, etc., but it Istnore practical and
more likely to In: done on a farm where
washing hen-roost is not the main btt-ine-s.
Dust is also good to -or in lie on
voting stick, but should be eardAl and
lrtisicd out of the hair after the ver
min have left. - Xirur mul Fanner
Fall Plowin-r. -
If fall plowing is nrojierly'done, and.
at the proper time, it has the advautago"
of favoring earlier spring .sowing, and
lessening the work at that busy t me, an
advantage that is too important to le
overlook d. B.it if not done at the
right tiui' and iu a proer manner, it
had In-tter be put off till .spring. Thus
bv plowing land early iu the fall, a.
cfinnec is given fyr w'c-lbi,Jilagr:tss 'to
spring" foith, partiiiularly grasj'.wheti
.sod. u-Jturned tbiwn, and 'eajH-tiiallrl
wh n I hat grass is quack or couch grass
In Mich case, unless the land is plowed
airain in the spring, the gntvs ami, weeds
w.ll contend with thi! grain for tin mas
tery, and too often sueeessfullv-always
in the case of quack affording, lie.iiles,
a chance for lite b -Iter ripening of the
seed of the foul stuff'.
(Jencrally, if not always. .land should
if there is
i.owed rather late in autumn, and
much to p.'ow, the work is
cout'uued, if (he weather and condition
of the soil will ailiu t. Thi'f Jatef the
ptoAiug is done umler such circum
stances, the better, even .should it ex
tend into winter, which however is rare
here at the North". This gives the fresh
gioitnd to the frost and the snow, with
no benefit to noxious "weeds and plants,
an I with the further in I vantage of the
freezing and thawing iu the spring.
The il Ihculty with late plowing is that
the Mill is apt to Ihj wet, which, whether
corrected by the frost or no, makes un
pleasant work. 'I'll s is less the eaMj
w.th sandy soU, or a well-dra'ned clay
loam: but with clay soil, retaining, it's
water long, and packed in plowing,- or
hard and tenacious, it is not only un
pleasant, but in some cases hurtful, as
when packetl by a heavy weight of snow
during the winter, with little or no frost
to relieve it, the spring freezing and
thawing do not penetrate sufficiently to
lienclit much. It will take long for such
soil to dry. and then the harrow will
skip over it. making little impression.
What can be expected from su h a con
dition of the land? If plowed again,
the chances often are not much lietter
breaking up rough ami wet below where
U rests on the subsoil.
We used to plow such soil the lirst in
the fall, when it was the driest, or de
fer the plowing till spring, or, if too
late to put iu, prepare it for buckwheat.
In no case should the porous texture of
the .soil be sacrificed, and clay of all
soils is the most subject to injury of this
knd; tho harm usually lieing done in
the fall and spring. With proper man
agement, fall plowing may be' made to
improve the texture of the soij through
the action of the frost, as when thrown
to the air in a comparatively, dry" and
opn condition, so that the cements
have free play with it, the spring will
find it mellower than the plow left it in
the fall, and in a condition fpc early
sowing. This should be done in time,
as by deferring it rains may occur-nnd
pack the soil, and as clay parts slowly
with its water, may make the sowing
late, or defeat it altogether. It should
therefore by all means be done as soon
as the ground will allow, even if quite
early, and all the more where the soil
lacks drainage. The graiu will then
get the start of the weeds, and if the
soil hi good, stand n chance to "keep it.
for one of the principal difficulties with
fall plowing is the. advantage it gives
to weeds and grass. F. ('., iii-Coimlry
rresenriuf; Salt Meat-
Much of the corneil beef anil a!t pork
put tin by fanners lieconics tainted or
compietlv sjoiletldiirJngtlio suoifddr
aiid fafl. rThe injury is not caused by
using too smalPan amount of- salt. Aa
a nile. much more salt is cnrplocd
tfchu iiieccSTjary to prectc thunicnt.
Sometimes it conta'ns irnpiirTlie "thflft
cause the meat to contract a bail flavor.
Pure salt should be employed for pre
serving meat and dairy products. It
costs but little mores than that which is
impure, and it is more satisfactory in all
respects. Meat packed, iu a barrel and
covered with brine becomes tainted or
spoiled in consequence of small por
tions of it or some of the fat or blood it
contains coming to the top. of the
brine. The a:r comes in contact with
it there and decomposition takes place.
The products of decomposition of ani
mal substances always have an un
pleasant taste and smell and these, in
the case of meat ia a barrel, are commu
nicated to the brine and from thence to
the meat. Meat packed ia brine shoiild
be cut in pieces with avcryharpJuiifc.
This'-will leave the cdes s'rniaoth. After
it has been for a few davs In UriheVthe
latter, should be, poured off ani'boilerf.'
Tbonnll.GUpe aft. Uw jmWl
ties t "rise to "ne surface, rtvbiic'ffi
blood will be coagulated. "These sub
stances should then be skimmed of.
and when the brine Is cold it can be re
turned to the barrel. If tlie briae does
not continue pure, the operatioa of
be ling should be np-Mrte-i; " SfMeaal
-fatiati atKmld ke tjaben to ktcfa-the-Mtet
under the brine at all tiascs. A fr?
forated top or false cover, or a fraaae
work, ahould rest ost tke aaeat assi be
weirhteddowa bv a at of a
stoae. If these mrecautioats are
aleyedtaeliaWitr f smUmt wUIW
my iiK,jfmiimmi fi
.mm "I i
tsntnnjalnt. tb hav frrr. atl U callr! i
k . & -krtLs k L M . .. . . - h. ar
CuvIa. ife aartatna; m trrtIS
rrtt-UV. $ ijat'f a Immj
.al'rf stak to a?-x-tgT aaf if I
jTt WyTolk, aVil -m Ueant li.
Isi'llir , !j, i .n
5, Tp-uo-afr. J
av-4ar; fiitf w
iKabrf MUbtrlficlwei. te tUi cl. aU w
afypy rtt : I Ms aiyfcj.
IaviBv ttt4to xrj t&lUjfcii
UiU UithUx ct4 y RiurT iiii
1iwfrmrt Mtai w la my ana, (rrt
faeaaal TtainU truU. I it4r alto
rK-jaa-aBitti4 ib ttptrT t wuW t
.nmfta. tm Mrty tr fcrt WM
By Bd?KM tally car-sL';
dad tMbtwr -MrUL'-J
clKh.ia BaJ Lk aaJw ti U
To raa-t; mi tdlf. ajo-l
a Mr-MMH iWrftrtY a.l
mg, M tM ef m-stwrr rvi tirrocsonn,
414 HMW term aUnaarlUrt VII
Tiwm j.'iiii:nifT iimi rfnrt ui us
i l.t. A.i.l.-.- u.-a. .... r.....
if.ii.- r1 . 6i ... t '
ma. lat.. JUidra&m h rtci.na Utu-xajj.x:
pUaiCAX. AssoctATto, ttaffalo, . Y.
U , -
"$ 1 proadiw'nt mm gftbmctlrfU &
ft wrp(r. U Hli, KWye.
blroa'IlklrrBhaa a Ufo.
rJa'UcH !.Vsfr ! JJ,
ii-Ktr, prnucnabl rurr. Core, Isiaionft.
liUmr abuirtiyou uo nM nttcxt It.
it oaljr a rgxtr-raU-Otoij7t 7V&
.z-r- - ? ? :rt"-m x "
l-.-n 15. Hmith, (JrBfa, Jla4-t nji'j
wwnt-iriHi rmii iruiHiumr ifrowni
1tf --r (or low Mati ci U1"
:llu-jita." ComplcUs care, alt an-
noyfaji Kldwy Iicacs irrtutluiu ft.
'.co .4T4w.call Otncinnatl km
it U'li of America."
ineaAHy ttr-ijth(iattil by Um u of
uaJcree'a " J-a onto ri'crlptlaa.'
:'ir nil frniaio dcranKniMnU, and
tMVMisytii. isoiatiy ru-iu.
I . r "p ! "W. 3
m .of T20nTyu i.u.,r
Pi Aincrican xuits. .t J
"llrowu't ItroncMal 7"r.Ae'
t-aduced, and tbrir ucs n, a
I'oM., CouRh. Avtliuta aad Itroii-
' KtaranVIVorm Kvnai.w'Aur fT
mnicna-Wi! Axle fffSaao.
t4- - -
A rAiifo' ii.rwn.l'-rii TL hanj-rnan and
hi n-.iaait The Jud-je.
On Oie sy jraiicr of tlm (Irat nymptomt
I jflnil y, lofis ot apMtttr, pal
,'n.ation, follovrcd tiy nit-ut
VJngb; jarotiipt iiieauirt'9 r.trt-
lor, ol ill
sw fitts nt
r laaan. .uonsuuipliou i-
4ran of tho lmic; tlirrcforo
line thi ;r
snti-scroliilou or hlooil-jiuri-Jhh-rtstorer,
Dr. ' Plrrrw'a
4k-l 'INaciiveL-w' Sanrlor
to i il live
cilaa a nutritive, and iinMir-
(M-ciornl. For feak luuca.
t-oil. aad ktndrc-d nircctiorm it
hat no niti.i
tf tSold tiy tIniKKltn. For Dr.
1'icrcVs trcMi! on connumption uriut two
ktampH. UMr'.s Di.tressAiiT MictMCiO.
AsM.H.MATto'ir.'.'atTaln, N. Y. "v
Kr.r.t.Y ..iN-aVt. motor ran not makn Ita
triil trip thi
Inter bcauo of n uiticat-
ru n'lou In
"cliromatic tcalca of tlie
tic (H. H. S-) haa cured mm
rtifula of tho wont type.
worn man you claim tor
It, and I Iiojk !
iv who doubt will write to
lUWTrtf Jr., Clatk.vill. (la.
VTaoo.i track rriuio mral road, for
are they not prif flvot tlre Cincinnati
iravt'rr. jf g
M it. A. -Nichols, of tliU place, .iv he
MilTorrd from Catarrh for year. ll pur
ehnetl n Ixtttle ol Kly'. Ct.-ani It-tlm or ti.
Hn i now nltnott cnnsl, mul h.-ivi you e.-tn
not rtH-oniiiieiul it t( highly. W"ari,IUiiji
inore of Hiy'j I'rrtuii H.iltiilh.tii of nlloUirr
cntarrh renidie: can hardly keep a anj
tny on linn I. Kvkhh Hko.s., Dniitl,
A TRNOit fln-er can nltrnys neetire n hall
easier than a Iniso, l.-ecaii.e he can &
mit.cle, and illRCHtue ori;an., prTMliieinj;
utreiiRth and apjiclite, i Hrotvn'a Iron Hit
ters. 5.W0UEWAP.I) ' l-'pald foranyc.iji-of
chills that CltlLLAKiNK will not cure. Try It,
Skinny Mn. " WVIU' Health Itanwrr"
restores'health and vior, ciirvi Ilysin'psia.
Rr.iim.N-u's ltiila Salve. tet family alre In
the worlil. ami excellent lor natile ti.. zr.-u.
Ir afttlcteij with Swr,, Kto, ne pp. Ioan
TLomj'soti Lye W alcr. IiruffTUU toll It, .
Cuts from barted wire fence, cured with
Stewart's Healin;; Powd-r.
Ho scar or gray, hair, .V) eta a box.
A strijco rami A lynching party.
Ii-iltiiiwre Every fttturthty. .
ioo n.i.rsTKATicixs .sirrrnris
On rrcript of MX ct.vrs i Ir iwntasT?, co
prising ,,r '
Ax-bujis. Pocket Hooks,
M cmc-Box ks. Scissors,
Soup Silvkk axd Silver Ti.mtd tVAnt
MERMUIi A: JAWAHh JEWEl.ll",CV.f
Thrniot magtiiillriit jwt-Iry cataltJO'
errr I.iietl. r
Fourth and Locusf Bti., St. Iiui. JnA -You
will be surjnxsed to bow'low ths
, frice are. " -
Hlitn in St. Louts call an ! ttr us.
"Ecfl-Ofi: L. DtDicn nccuei Tennvson
of pl.i(iarira Tennyon? tV har
heardDt Didicr; but who in the DlcketW fj
Tennyson? Avrrfafoir Herald.
-AktcsII thin': what theyeem--vV. "
Graphic Notalway. A ewinc-machine
sonms breadrlotfl. jetwetitntM. but it fs IrO
ami steel alf the Jan-.--b'f CU Jser-
NKrTCjrit'.H power Ion?; apo ranishetL
Thr waves tide his and. . It. For the
tienetit of tho r-rder who bare not ranch
aparv tfane at tkiifdirposai, a map of thi
joke i herewith , a)pendMi. Tide Id
And!" that means tnle-his-hand. J
it yet I'lea c omit Cowers. Philadelphia
It is estimated that there are tbon--and
profejsioaal burj-lar in this conatry,
and we don't see what is to prevent a
younj; lawyer from rising in bis profes
sion. Dt'rott 1U.
"What doe 'lax' m-w! ' asked Brown.
"Lnx nteatw) Hsht," replied Smiib.
Tfcat's what 1 tfeoajht," said Brown,
bat I waat certaia. Lfcnosr my .leek's
always- light, however. Iknto Traa
TwdyaatJdte party : exclaimed Mrs.
Bfeoddy, wko was readiniT trrer the papers.
Dear ate, Asgim&s -we'll kare to ciy
yifj1. aeay before those Smiths bxr
oTit. I woaTFirwkt it's like." Oil Ctfy
Jill23rLi j -r
aST of afftctioa A ladv roet uk.
-trJ tollksml. V,w kla J5&
lrolmUy the beat myb to get kias iato
" tttb iala m Eat finxJiWM ..a
?&&nrii h Ws ast
" -oaauoa yoa aad tectter
nZ,f V" !5i?- ceala BeTer do
aw. .. j. jriffii.
:-Tt ana mmm .trr, SMtsiix UV ft" aU L-n
I'tAjnl t k.t Su. tttihUl VWtA-4V
VOTVfTr irf 1.1 v. , msr si fj. sm nrt( i
aa-1 . .... ' - - - - -. - --'-
.if 1? -" Beiart; "Mas, ?S?rm?-Tmrm T!T ?.- - T7Tr.
aTaakkmacmim ttrt a.IlZZl aT ?t-r.,-'Mtl'-faell'' ai"it-"' 1-!l as -
BTaBaffa I tfatl aami' k aa n aalaai T WaatU a-l aemaaaj SK faaaav-aw aaaaaj araaBBaw .aaamaa-
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p aVw3r-vT' . 5t"-- -" ' - . rjBPfaMatai ' '-. w'v -
IBaBMBli 1 i li Tf!;;nff' fmWLmK-S "- Sis.ar li, j- - . wt . -.BTBE
wwjnn...f ' a, "L
Tt rrtntn 9t n-i.a:LTrm.
mt Hk SmM Cf
fTT. n' 3 rt-.j
fSf aAirr rnK-t
mim fitu friirTvv."
H'kM !--. rcj t .r !- fV
tfb'S -fit -. I listA V I
t .Vfk & lr n w Y.it
I .j. rr-it?vc tt-? Jtv-. :fia.'..r
frtSti WW, t trlr-SfVi H"(&si
Itw-J l ta,Mi .et- 4! ifc
t t tJt! rv -? U.H vtttr W A
Ufrciiuih T c-"ie.:flHfc
t "a rrs4 rl
'xfs-.l Vtt tint - H nl
l i0r-s:Trjr3 ta r t r & ft
m.-il ju '.4 I " J-
if ei'tSPlLlUI 1- rter. f-? tvr
TV . a -- a, t fiivu.
Ut 1 Sk k r -r, aad t.rr
14 t tnst.Xa t r ja.ir w4 E
K i ie mt mir, U -i.rcsf t"
ruftW 4cae tar -st.
al iaAm 14 w as? L a iurl t
-I fcouw k, Wl mini u tf-tt
mm ia tfce ar, 4 ni tA, iu. .
la tttrt tf Ms aam t-e
IJia'T.- r X ;
1V Uxt-Z twwrtiUJi fi traaHa
tv)r a pat lax a i-.l La tAaUU
3tuMcrit,',t: F U" aivjaftf
rrjrt Yrr tauaj tKrrcU.tt
traif testrHlv yrr,l U
jMTrjat4 Tbete-Uta lirt mmj
- Hoar auisr th af tWre ia lUm
Abmm faJb- -a atat-O atiall ft
tkm iljrdU lt.,iiiiU ut ty.
rxttut tryap lsto& sttHa V
Wm t:iMsl or Br mHiIUam e
tobU liiU vAr. aad tr ied v i
iaay afterward a tiefure. WJuaW,
ly irvcy varlatr at taa Sroa tantUy
- Yoa Mrk t iTbrld. Mr. C t. V
do YottTaea thlStltir .
"1 Uata rj-.Pcrinttd for Ttv t
Ibjc tetrs)-vl oHts-1vari,saak,iiaBrlJ
soritiSj( BtKrti IU. H e-ri Umt?
nton tnrnwitli tu nale lrk lrv;,an
Utttt nnxhtro-a hriTt, Ttew r c Ifc
hytnd tla Jbje Wnot ttvu, wfatt
u tirsKjuarxr iiroic iron aa) ; 1"4
tr lTim trout. ThU maW ttna tMj
rtor.t tj.hc-a tit tk wortL IU ka all tK-'
LalHU pf (be brook tnwl, JUer Jn bota.
lrranf ami lal-t, ilwvjAp TrlmMt.m
pot on hi lle. r e-tiyJo a. -fir. i
far nicir Tlicori and taffy OD-tftifd
larjr tltaxi ordmary lnwk Uout of tho
ani a-. Tta j-o-ttbllitlra of d-eio-lii'ayt
in the 8h world are rrrrat, ad
ai rapidly acertalnlic whtl V.ty are."
nanro or arrurS wolle UWti Kirlt
th afxiv arvount, h ciMttd not inl frT
that h an'TWa JMtanc-Joli.Jteof tha fw
tnrpUrair who. front a rich aitd life-
lone rjrferwi . lfr rMf1-, !' j
unriu. lt mo raur iiitigtna a .nunc
and atalwart frnttte, urtnounttsi ly a bl
tftMUlXrevfRtbUnS tbal of -iocrnW..aad
cotereilwith a wIM, alllry twartl attt1ak
urtantara- hair. Kotb (Jnfen, tM taiif
.. .1.1, .!...... (. ..i-, ..r l..trl.'.k.t
, M.il I Ml VI . 1 . fct W W (r,IJ1 .nil j
th rrjtorter eoidd not bdp rrnrtrtasa.4
vii yo ItaJ aeett aim n Utt. wiaier ana
piln, viHin mat, you tntjkl haeti
ttba-ht dirrifretitly,' ait MtUran.
fliow I UW.f bam wpuliitlttuk. Ui look
at you, ttaV aickne tai JtaUt1tg of
which y oa knw nothintj.
"And an It wrt tanltl Ut winter. I west
down Into KJoriiia In the fall to w !..
kind of ft. It llioy had in thnt fHaia and
tn ly tLHr haliita, a-xi km attacked twttJC
malaria in it atrtMrent form, aad whfa fl
eainehontft I r.tllxed for tlm firtt tlnM"lni
my life that I was tick. My yaptor
wrro terrihle. I had dttll achlnc palna ia
tnr hrad. limb and around' mv bark. Mv
appetite (i wholly cone, an.f I leH la
ot eurry auoh aa 1 bad oftoo hoard d1
cribed but had never exjrfnncriL An
on who tu evrr had a rrrr ttv; ot
malaria can apprreiat air rottdltioH. I
went tit. tri aa I rem-ilnea thero alt tlm
pr!i. aitdif Uieroever w a tick matt 1
"It leema hanllj poa.lble. How did ywi
come to recover o coi!idtdy?
"My ttrutbr, who aad ten aSJlcUd by a
aevore kidney trouble and thrvatn-l with
IWflfwiea-OT,Mf ea-nfdaUly cucd b)
a teady in wittolf 1 kad area. veaadaMctjw
I thcretor trial tk amrnaiy fcr. Jaur.
milaria and ant happy to ay I am a will
tn.tti to-day attd ttroajz. w iDttrumn
tallty of Warufr'a JJafe Cure, which t bo
li-Ti to tone of the uvxt raluableof mi
ieine. Itvlk I - It i eoilnned by On
United WUUi1' Medical Coli.- of Xw
York, and that Dr. (Junn. ilau'otkaS In
lit'Uiaa, ha written. a Io-m 4fV&0tam
JiAJjiw yoi'i now a wdl a f-mnrr-ly!"
"Apparently an. l'kp th rnidy on
han I nit the litl" tliouch. and l ) not hnI.
tat to rveoiiimriid 'l 'O oth-ra."
"(n ur.in n iorr. JI-iw ituoiy pttn!
of rt.h 1 at you her and how r th-y dl
'tVcll, we JiaT 41 piirnlt. wliWi art ilh
viittsl up a fi'llowa. Twiily-two (ond
of lipxV trout, t! jHinN of haIiooii UoiiI, 4
of Mi-Cloud rlvrr or r.t.n'Miw trnnt, J
jtoml. of (iorin.-in trout, 3 of California
Uiouiitniu trout, ! iKnd of hybrid. 4 of
ou-ipiartrr .nltujn. and threa-quartnr
briKifc trrnit, 5 nd of K'l I "t, and I
poad of Cnrj. Tneu we hire what wnctll
tin- CVtiteiiulal jvond or 'happy fJiniflv.'
conltl:K of cro.tea of dfiririn?. IWh, in
rlndinf; Kenoftwc aatmon. Ltnd Iockd
nInion, California aalinou, bro,ik trout,
aluion trtiot nnd hybriiU. TI- tlIi
ration In tltn from mbtnowa to Is jM.nt'l
fr, nnd in ae frim on- and-oiir-balf
month to rl.voa7jreat"il- frjcoUl aoyt
alu, that m Lavr a. 'h-xqtiUil'ppiiil. wlm h
I cntin-ty nqty,- tWiirlt M.ak nrwtty
well for a cnmtnuni'v of inanv lllirti.
Indctt lb wbote x-rt of tbt flah eulPiro
can b- 4ummel up In fnur tblnsrt.. lio-
tirT.tLin..Hfin. ,trh wititr
7 o.. . i -:.. .
..1. .-... W4 j.u.o u.. uu t.iii.-
The nuinqroua flali xbibitiona wblrk are
ukins ptnea lit all itrt of KnnM-t ami tha
untttual lnPrst wrirh i Ix-lnjt tnanlfrt
d in.thK aithJKt thronhout tbo wtvld.
ail owi-,thir ori-cin to th rtces abarts
dcribed at orlslnt.l ai! eottdaiKd by
Srjth (irrn. it i certAinly caoaf for eon
Kfatalatlon to errry Ant-ncin thai tbla
conntry prtluca o many nn whow
r;enfn brtns; rahr to tha world, and it la
proof poaittTi of lb trt-atrat m.rtt tiwt a
reoirdx r-n with wh hich atanduaz a
Warner 5a'e Cara I known Jiht
honbl l o tron-;lr endoral and recotn-mnila-I
!ry one reputable and rrliabl
at 8th Grra.
-- - ;y
Hai t a loaf ia, no dnilt, l-tr tluin
nou. lmt a newptr man nnrr Kta a
chance U loaf at all. -HoehvHer Potl-Et-prat.
1 ester. Swift FpjciSc (S. K. S.) for a
bod cajfof Hlooil I'oiaon from MAUria.aad
ant atifil that it tare I toy Ufa, a I waa
given up to die. C G. hrzxctM,
Jjtjp't On ork, Itorar, (ia.
Hoa.noc.tr Tbe bel-riidea
A. ). .Wtri.
Ronj-h on Rats. Cliar oat rata, arie,
fif-, roxebe, bed-bo, aaU, Tenais- Us.
A WOA.V AFTAIK.
Ma. IL rtu. ti" wtftof tie jsr'A --.
Sbetl! al Aar f To-aJsA-n. Kt.'-rrtt ess
U iy I. ttUr "Tfcal ! h4 --a -Tly aSirvM
dariac -rrra fan s V7 vl Hr-? ,Sin.
arrocj,siV.I rOt arrerr - aa4 WrAaf.
ils-l trlel laasy -c-l carta. M ioa-tar.aAA
tSdttcr rtacrttaJoa-. trfeboat i-wltaaT aay VskS.
a4ajOeTie-fftT a emrr, ie twtl- Hat adter-tlae-nrel
of HsI'laaJr aaJ4-J-llolJ7tt- U
ttt boata a VtCie ai iir. XtkatMa'( ra tore coat
sarsrl at; It vjta ra -aurlc 7-oSa ttul
rvstiaai lit a ts.i tZutw-tst ea7 C !rf tte
1-Bwo-rraaart is rr bcaSi 1 a jrau-toi Wt ate
wibr nrt are-ilt-iaie-aart kaovaf
ti! sat Tai3a iat refiaftfa ra-iicJr; sad at saoat
chfrrtGCy r--caarbU Ilaai'a arrant? 'j aX av
etitSrti;rsarso are majtisa jrtssU- tta
pfstr pceaiiar isttttn. ,
Ci-r 4ie cf JaAr - s -
loa-sxtito-Tsail3frc-alr. Lcr-x-iloijaf. ef:
C&arics aurrt xTlUJ. Ms. Mr. Lasa.- aar:
Tr arrets Ttarjwi t kae- Tarast Urasrt erta
artere ttckacae aaa ataa a te atlac. saw ' I
woaXaraIeo-Sje' r-st & as a art-sat laa-
to ate. aac atrer aarsaf aaae
araS-tS-amtataaSA. I waa fLii'twa H
wet.Ttr. J. 4tst " b-a!f. as
trKSeratH terrttltcieS- 7aat Taaatr
ttaii nfii iiaaariii ii tf V' m ia e
TaTaJiiifii ii I aariata try, tarn ftaoSa
a tarvSaata ef HtteMas tat aay back taTcr.
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M. JOHN IW-fS
row tmc cui or
FEVER and ACUE
Or CHILLS nd FEVER.
atari ALL MALAMtAL DIStASCS.
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Pflintihr fiir3f.lKmru'3 Ito? Bitters w rxt an Infrj-ocisinff cor,
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