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Mall UMian l II I Mi
Above tho etna-tnir antbee ,
I brr Ihr tw.'ltla m
Tti mutr It rmrilirra
Ot mum tvMulrtwt aprtngt
Hat'k In the hraii.li furl.tt
thater lt choir,
AMI In t-miw' .
.1 ulotv of ltr.
With..!, lh .lorei I. but,
rs. aii Daiaa ttlt Ilia oiaati
Aad itild tliariaHii with titrbtl
And is the nrUro (tramta
T aaa-klvai alna ay.
And mliufl all dnwmtna
With Ittnl. aail W.ann iul Slay,
. - ouutn'a Journal
MR. TKSTKirS TROUSERS
A horrtUI (IimII of lui'M-aertl Uuroay
. ihut lliruuult Jui'k at thuai wunla. Tha
! affair tml nwiiiivl tMl t'lHmifh liefura a
1 knew wlhuw iroiieer they were li
iltt. Hut the fact of tliftr betiut rrli.
j InhI, t'Mti lii'ty Uncle Tmir'i m4 it a
I liuti'lntl liiiiw wor. What vlioalt h
dor How nhutild he tuati-" to faoa tha
vial of the old gentlemana wrath, whicb
wiaild wwitmlly la poured upon htm At
dinner In tlw ihwih of all til other
gmt TliU ilioiudit reduced th aliy,
dailiali youth to a it of mtud border
Inst UiM fr nay. Ami alntoat More he
knew what ho waa aaviug--ertainly lie
fore ha it ll reallar-d theiHinaeqiietMi
of hi action h had blurted unt a de
"Nit," lit aiwwered, "I have not. I
have, n dree tnmaer her t all."
Tlif man ttid not aeem rwvlrited, how
ever, until Jack bad r"tated lit aaaev.
eratltui two r three tiuiea. The ha
wont away, Iinving tlw youth'a owu
troiM-rw (!'' hi" request) on the tuat out
aide tlw dtmr. When It u out at right
Jaikoneoed the door And haatity tuck
tlH'in to, and imlliiiK off hit uncle's
Ureerum mu Inveated hltuiHlf in hi
owu. Tlw f Tutor lw :u ntuffntl In hi
ikrtitintniitt, which ha u cHreful ti
U k. Anl iu(tln the ky in hi k.-t
In- Imrrlwl down to diniK-r in nythtti
hut tin tutny frm of mind.
U rvrhiH) th dr-iiit( room a iniii
ote ur two bifr hi unrH who mn
inli liU atiijoamnr in a utir f wmrti
liiK lnrxrti(rill-, with a rUfitlrly
It i ui 4 wj long Mtto that ymmij
Jat k Ovkcjr wnt down by hitawlf t
Vit)U-iib hall, lttinlitr, t nd a
wwk i w with httt I' nili' Twtr. Jark,
who hl uiily Jtt lift w limil, and wa
Itawly itiiM'twA. did not hk dirward to
hi riMt with murh tilmumr. for hi
uncla waa a mwt rrotcboiy and cau
tanknna old KwitMnan, of whom hu
nlood In inuddt'raUv drmd. Imlwl, ho
had only a.wit. th4 invitation fnan
intfrti motive, tlw ftu-t Wng that
hi nm'hs wlu wa wry rii-h, hail
hinted hi inlrutioti of slvfrayiitft tha x
mu of Jack' iroj'Ud earner at Ui
Kd, and am hu uuvnt wtr too it to
irtv hiw a uitivmitv slticatum tham
'lv( it wa vially i-lful for him
to kwn in l'n4-li Ttt'r' "gl Ui.t,"
IV fure h had lot home on hi dmtdl
visit both hi iart'Uta warned him what
a whimaKwi, i'Mtclaty old fellow hi
m-le wa, and Imw exi'wdiiiKty carrful
lie must tie in hi tvlumor whilo at
Wooilrih'h; for the old grnth'mMi wa
A4 to tak ntfi'tiw at India which or
dtnary mortal would not pvcij notice,
and tii mallcl jiinv of ran!Kna on
J k' irt illicit t'iiK''U.liT a fatal prcj
n,lim nam-t him iiiJim uncle mind.
Fully iiuluied, thrrvfurv, with thw ne
miy f liciiitf on hi twt Uliavior.
Jack Urtl olt to WikmIIimjjU, On
nvtug tlu r Iw wo not ecim Ully jiU'.
id And that the only other vtMtor to the
lu'iUM) wer few old fofy, cotiteniio
rarieaof ItUumleatid aunt, and a ha
Ml t dinner on hi fimt niiiht, in ruui' '
iuy of tliew iirim and rather antiiittatcd
irrwjun, l telt decidedly like a tinU out felluw rooin: mnce. il Die arttclea con
of water, Indwnl had it not Ina for' Utiued iiiiminK. there wa no nayttit; what
ib )rreuc of hi cuitiu Lily hit on-' tei tlieir owner iuiUt not taka to di-1
.... ti.im u l.u A.,,1 Ht,....l.l
bybMKtiillytKUHhoa, Jl therefor rl
ierlencd th iih4 relhd urria
when Ilia meal naaaml wltho'it any itllii-
aioti MhK made tn them. No on van
iieiinit to Nolle tlmt hi face liHikiil
tala ami Imitirard, fxc'it, la'rhaiw, Lily,
whom" rye lio e rural lime met Hiwl
um biinnlf, with a retain aniiou iU'
!elt Itre4 in thelU.
Tb day tlrnrxd t with letnh n
wIiik. ami at every niiiiula, in hi uu
njr unllllile of eonai'lene, Jark
juvtitl to t Munitioned hy hla Uncln
Teter and msleml to etiJaiu hi acati'
j)alimi aud decellfttl i-oiuluct, hut no
ui b miiuinoM cam, and at laat dinner
time wa reached. That, of rounw, wa
certain to liriiitf lb auhjirt of th drea
troiuer Un tha taiia, and It waa with
A heavy, luiwralilo heart that Jack en
icred tlw drawing rotn at ll noiinding
of tht goh. '
What, then, waa liUuririe to ce hi
uncle tandliiK ou tha liearthrutf, lu
cm1 m to lit lieiher litnl III eVetiliiK
liieijirtillli', and to hear htm aay to a
Itueti, who hail maila a Jocular inquiry
on Ilia ul'J"ct: "Yea, a umt eitraor
ditMiry thlnrf. They had aoiilebow got
foliletl away hy tuUiaka tuilo Lily'
ridliiK hahlt, and aetit tip to her room.
th funnd t bent I hero thi nionilinf,
After dinner, In tha drawing room,
while Jack waa altliujf by hlmwlf atwrt
from tha other, i'retenIluit to rwl, but I
UNACCOUNTABLE, VET IT MADE Htn
ftUPHRMEUV HAPPV. " V' '
A U,I Whim atM Her mmI aa
AurtMt h Vlall la Nw terii
I lrellim Kwt - h MmI a Lh
I o.i lir.iilir,
'Myaniil. Mni. tl. I. Hiulth, of Ht.
Loui. Martetl eaut to tlNit relatlviuf her
btwtNtnd in I Mid ln county," ld na
of thou latlvea, a well known railroad
man, "Her direct iMUta waa by tha
New York tntrar'yteni to Fulikltl,
and that wa tha way tha trip hail lieeit
laid out. Half an hour before Martlnii,
however, Mr, Muilth iiriiinM hr hu
btuid by (ayiuK that aha liitendeil to get
by the rlria mute,
That would tiecewiitit! a Mtiinlnlxiiit
way br New York city or by Newhurtf
ami acroaa the Hudson, and her himhatiit
tried to aw her out of her widilen aud
iMreaaotiahli! dcterniitiation. Hbetioutly
iuiiiei, however, that hu mttst go by
" ! nan't tell you why I hava micb an
ImllltatloH to k that way,' li mlilt
'but I hava that feelliiK, and 1 do not m
tier 1 tKiuld I'litiir myef to go any
"Of rounta her iinvband Kv In hi her
NEWSPAKR WORK IN ENGLAND,
AUYINO A HOftSE.
Artlt ltfmrir l th ll I'UnM
Mali I'tMljr t lr tViit,
The iii't iiiiiruiiit ntiwih for re
(MirtiT I that known a "llneaite,
Dully niwMiier, for eittnpli. hava
reroKiilxeil rrn(inibiiU in nearly ef
ry town if any liniiortiun throtia'hoal
tha Poiintr; . A reporter living In one oil
theaa plnini, utid coiiii.s tcd With a bral
liewinjier, limy W '"illllfl I'lilTee-
litidi'nt foratlnten oraven mora jour-'
nala. All cvenUof lniortiiica have, of
cottr, to be altciided fur hi own iaper,
and kIioiiM anything (K'inirtif uflicieiit
iuicre.t to Jutlfy notli-e In tha )aiera
ha reirectit, hn write a rejiort and for-
want It by telegraph or by train, I
At TIM Mala Im Ha Pll4 la
I aa l'it.
In enw fnii lm fully and rtrrrtly der-ldnl
lo buy a family boeaa, and nothing on tb
fae of thi aarth, or aixiva urMowlL
will rmiM yiin l etinnga your uilnd, b
careful' w obMrv tartain rutca and b
iiIiImI br certuJa Ad prlnalblaa.
Il may l k you to Iw told that tbar
nn many reiuriin why you ahnuttt try a
wblla borae, but wait ami e. In tb tint
ilc, th boy who take car of him baa
to put In mora work for hi wagea, and
that' a iwImu for you. In tin next, you
ean him If out driving In a dark night,
where you couldn't tell whether a black
borax wa In front or behind you.
Thirdly, if you happan to go out to th
Prescott & Veness,
Krom each paper ha recelvea th coat' burn of a Might, yonr whit bona define
really wieculating on the Mtraordinary w.im Mmi .,i j. ,iOWB toVon.aH1.
and lne(.lieatda mult of tha troma-r. rt(. My aunt I a natlva irf Rich.
. i i k.i. iPL ..I I
...ir ooo Uiid in a low vntra. with an artml
man, uetug a...n.,y ,m aim puncu. . mmt ,n h(,f
.o,,. . ( ..j.,, it waa an awfullv bold trke
u,.. by th. diaappearanea of bia gar- ' , Ulwell. 1
me.,., than c iny folk would Mm u w u ,
Mible And a ha Mp aine.1 to hla , , M , . h
gmt th canw of hU lateneaa and of ... , , , . , , .
l.i- l.al.-i.l it 1 1 mm i " " ' "
I4IW Mti IHirijiuiM "T
tuoHMttrtnt Uru ntfwint ihti Miltunnn
T li . . a . i.l i -
imui - '""' denial would b ua.lw. "Hut wa it
bitu aimitt ht buainem" a aoon aa ha ,, , .. Ml, ,
"IU kHHM wtirk alii h,i,llral L.0,.1,
U'llltH'r i , I ..... .,!.- ....Ml In MtlhM., lui.t
which hUllncledUpiayad all the ! . S'V
ing. quite frightened Jack out of any In- h ,u ,
tcnti,,cui,fe,.,lf the truth which ha, f(j,w w MlJwlun,. yi(ll Wrni
wight he ent.rtatne.1. On the cm-j.. , ,.,., . .l.M,.a .,
e.lIM.lly tnlii a-m tohtiii, and .mmi v., and during tint war, being
almtit iteeu, Imr only iler iliitl, and
her brother wa killed In the defenae of
Itlcbtiiiaid. Thi luft her without a
graiied Jack, awing that tha girl had
aottiehow maaU'ml hi aecret, aud that
of th telegram and la paid for hi re
port at an much per Una, varying In dif
ferent town between on penny and
t wojiene per Una. Boom of tha London
latpert pay aa much a tlireepem-e -r
line, and loth caaeof matter of on
tiatial liiiimrtAtica or vultm t leading
irovlnclitl newiera will aomeUuM-
ay a llkn amount. Hy thi mean It I
no iiiin.iml thing fr a autart man to
make a much aa live pound In a "ingle
In a good tlUtrlct a reporter look for
ward to doubling hi weekly Income by'
'll neage" aloiie. Even when not tha rc
ogniaed eomtHiiidcnt of any jMper, he
make a ciiimiderabla addition to hi
wimltig by "lineage." Tako, for a-
hi position, wherea you are quit liahla to
idiinder UD agalnit the heel of a black on
and get hurt. If you ar driving around
town your whit home ran h een a mil
away, aud tha ambulauca, tlr anglD,
Im-Ii k and It wgoii can get ready to turn
into tb aide Miiwl and avoid twlng rua
down, ltly, you can wear any aolorvd
aot k or uapeader wblla driving a whit'
bora and alway aoinbin harmony and
effect. Whenever you ee a man with a
hlim necktie il rlvliigaaorrel paoar, yuu may
ba aura that b know nothing about har
mony of dre,
Ilo not advertla yonr want, but eaatialty
mantlon hi om friend that if b bear at
aomethlng extra good and cheap b might
mention it, though you ar in no hurry to
buy. it will iirprla you to flinl out bow
many good thinga your friend know of In
could divovrr hi penotiality.
Tin threat, and thaaour ill
known relative, unhwa tha old! MW t,f
the family, A brother, who had pim t
California in IHU. wa living.
"Sim found A home, however, with
a Kicbmund family, who inov.il weal
after ibe wur. where the orphan girl.
whoae hjitno waa Allla.iti. atilMMoif,(l v
i ictt iiienir ,nn now ,(lt tlj mrrji my jm; Mmill Ktl j two-iic,
Hie, ten yer old wlieti her brother i rroin fm
trarv, he ttegnn to evvlve diierat et
pvilieiil for getting the tniuwr mended,
and m-rcUy rvaloring tbem to tba old
liiitier a liidi ini,rt hia
went to I iiliforniii, ami bo wa thcit paragrupli tint rnti-r;nllng acrilie re-
,l.u.i.i,.ll.,l,lu T.tl. ...1. ' "
lj lo ail low f: i, ,. 1 1, . lire a.nii
cle't only cdviM who kept him in coun
tenance aa far m youth a tx'ncierned,
ba felt that he ahottld have rollapwl al
together, calar quarter!
Voutb waa uot lily Tester ule at- While ba mat about iu bi mind for
traction either. Sb wa retty. kind S tmmible extHli.'Ut. it occurred to him
liearte.1 and compaiiionable. And J k i that b miv-ht " k the aKUetance of liia
found her aoriety o agreeable that I. Annt Teater maid, for b wa rather a ' JO,, ,
fore he h.i.i ln at W..lleigh three friend f In, having lived with WL.. u.
iby he liui;iucd biuuwlf, accaniltig to , inotleT aeveral year before he came to
w ooyiMi ugm, vwieutiv in love with i Woodleigh. and he felt aura h won
her. lT coorw be wa too bantirul to
.Icclare hi jion iu word, but be
howcl it by theaileiit adtmratkin of hi
look, by cintant atteuibuice at her side,
and by continually feU'biug and carry.
ing for her, and, in a general way. mak
ing bimaei; aa manful to ber aa ba could, i
One afternoon, in her couain' hearing, j
Lily happened to lawail aloud tha fact 1
that he had no mean of proenring a
new novel, which be waa very linpa
tieut to read, from the circulating library
in tbt-ir Deighlwring town, aa the bona
were other wine occupied that day and
the aerTanta were all too bmiy to be lo-nt
njwo inch an errand. Jack aaid nothing,
but intantly determined to go for the
novel him If. And having conanluil
hi watch and even that be ahoold have
time to get there and back before dinner
he "turUtl oil Alone without telling any
body where he waa going,
lie reached the town all right And ob
tained the novel which Lilly wanted, j
twenty-five, .Sin. had never heard any
thing from him nine the war broke out.
Although her father ill"! whennh waaj
but eight, be retained a vivid n-inein- j
hrance of hla f o-e and manner
THSim MKrTHO. ,i
"At Miadvltle, the ttejst ttiornliig '
after ! Ing St. loiii. my autit kept ;
her la-rtll While ite Waa making her '
toilet the porter had mnde up the aec '
tiou. When h returned and aai down '
m aoriL'liirv lint vl,l..rti- i,,i, wtt ,l..M-n i..
determined (with an ar. li s ). oiher t ..f her .,n .,.) a.u. !
Ui take the blui given me .' Kjctca- n.e, madam, hut 111 jn.t
linanainceii a manner. I inre- an.it down here while the i.irter lite mi
thing in my aectiou I'm only going to !
the net i Mat hat any way.' ;
'Jy aunt oa u-,1 ln-r qioutli to reply,
but ale didn't apt- ik Hill. impl.V flit '
ntied her eye on Jlie old Itiau uppuwta
and tly haa ufnciently hown me, i
hen 1 found tbem laat night on the
fi.aar U'lilnd the door of my beilroum I
did not quite know what to di. Hut
hating atept lio the matter And (kill
llroeil my over night atupkion of
at breakfa! tbl
" " " " ! k ll 1. ...II... L.
ample, an lnterntiiig event coming ta; , WV "
will he around to your bona iu exactly
twain fit 0 mlllUle. .
Utn't get tb Idea that everybody to
town weut to II bia nag. Nut more
than one half of tb borae will b ant
around to you.
The flrat point to art tie huh price, Vuu
art willing to nay lAu. Kvery man with a
bora la a llllng to al for IU.10, which I, of
eoorae. a aacrllle of at leant fifty dollar
on bt part. It I a d tiling to nee man
have to knock off flfty dollne from the
actual value of the beat family horte In the
world, but you are not advid to abed any
tear over It. In tbeeoura of an hour, If
yuu ejtbihit proper flrmneaaand Indifferent-,
you can brat him down to your tig
ure, Vnti feel that you art robbing him,
aud iltMt It la mean action on your pan,
but feeling don't count la buying a bone.
Now, flrat einmlne the animal' mouth
If there are any tnieiiiy nail between
the knowleiigw ,4 aide reporter aoiue
tnoniing. H wrttea out a telegraphic
UieaaagH Nn, erirea paragraph to the
'rilii lirtl evening pii'a-ra. A aneeial -dticeil
charge I made for pre menage.
Up to t o'cUa-k in the evening aeventv-
flve word can lie aent mvt the wire for !
one hllllng, and on hundred word!
After uVli'k for the aaine amount.
Kvery repetition of the meteagv. cota!
Independem Sacxi ; fllill.
FIR AND LTARD WOOD, ROUCn AND DRESSED LUMBEII
f A, WiiiLM, Mangr.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
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I'll : it JU T : UUUUIM
eV e o e , '
flnt-CUai Tumoota lor Commwclal Traveler, friwa reAaonabl and Batirfao
tion guaAnteaaL UivnAC'all.
VOBTH END MAIN 8TEEET, J. N. J0NE3, Paonu
t'elvca half a wown or three hillitig
and ixienca, nnnlly the latter nm.
bo, Inking It that be w-nila hi new to
twelve newt r, the coat of the tele,
gram would l three ahiUiug and t-i-
etn-e, and if the report went utlhyi
nine out of tlm twelve iwper he would i
r-eive(tki3 a a modarite eatimatnj bl teeth, or he ha a piece of boot leg latd '
mat ne woitia tie pold half a crown by away nlmignlite of hla cheek for a quid, '
each) f I 'ia. ad. Uiducting the cml of! a hearty feeder and "all right. The black
Sash. Door and Manufacturing Co.
Having In mil operation a Btortvu Pry Kiln and aeveral Uwrnaud Aunara worth
machinery, w ere now priard to fill any and all order fur mill work. Jirder o!kltei!
from any part of the vwltey, which will receive prompt ettpntlon. To our fawwl eonlomen w
wleb n tht w will have eonatantly on band all tb laleat Aealfu to our trade. Prompt
attention well be given and price a low a eonMtnt wltb f ax work.
mriMn, corner Trade and Hhtb atreet. Ralem; P. O. bo Xo. S.
look I bi take the blui give ninl
In ail iroin.iiitivil a inaiiiirr. I thre
fore atitched tip the aplit aratu and
took the garntenta ta father' room, tell
ing In 111 that hannlo Imle lib which
bnl blui niinpiciouly re-
I peat tiJiUllt. -Now, Jack, 'Ion t you
III S ,h'"k1I y kl'd j He wa. tail and bright eyed, with a all- '
1 1 h'" fHr1'i""M' im mM V vergr!,ymuata.heail.g..tee.1l,latt..r;
le ! ,1M,.V , , ... ..
n-ip turn 10 tue t1! ot ner jaiwer. itei j. j
gnew where nor ; woraro.au wa,nano;- A luudlv,l xtm- over!" exclaimed
be. a tnit alrea.lv l. have little job of b(g faB tami with irratituda
mendiug d.aie. ,nil Mt l-,H1 mf muril .., ,
If he went there that very evening, brick. LilvT
after dinner. wb.-n hi aunt and cooain .v M ' iUat Mt r.,imiiU tlf ,
were btwy down .taira with their gneeta, iB,.,.,,!,,,, whi,-U bad itnne t near
henhould l certain to Bud lwr alone. ,.,i 1,- v i,t, t,(. ,1Hi ii.-1-. i
lolur aud Uiiutetl Ho wore trt,l
brimme.1 felt hat. My emit' manner i
.vmnl to nettle htm, and he em-laimed !
""If I annoy you. medam. I will go to!
aome other ar.il.' :
My aunt managed to i.-n tier
tlw tel.-gram it will be aceu that he
cbiiia nearly a overegn by the (ran-j
action, The rik l 'iinll, for any ajilcy '
item of new told in an interiaitlug way,1
iaalwat welcume, to the evening
e.p,c(ully. If only t wo paper were :
to iiea-rt and py for hh. r- he would
atlU be irnin. r.
In f! .. ! ,r . 1 .m 1 tow u t?i.e're '
len klli.Ull a "pi.tiuy a-liucra,' UlH-oll. j
ma ted wild any (mriw iiliir inn m-r, '
who make t -iitv-tit Income hy keeping a!
IMt ou the leetb ludlcatn the bora' age.
If t here are oulv three, then h ht a J year
old. If there ar nitty, then ba I a tx
. The eye com W xt. lie ure that hi
algbt U all right, aud 1 hat be wou't lake a
dancing bear or a nilnatrel parade for a
load of nea hny coming In town from Tay
lor town.lii. The beat way to try
bor' ffaiiiii la to aland on with a piece
ot ImniitJ loid make .la if )oU tvoillll hit billl
arnaw th lew.
Th fit have eouaiderubie to da wltb a
horae, na h U popularly auppoaed to walk
aroumt ou them, l-ook out for oimrua-
Pioneer Meat Market !
W. W. PERCIVAL, Prop.
Ii(j;liffc market priw pititl for fttt Stock, liaet. Mutton, Pork, Veal, FAe.
All bills payable monthly.
ne anouM t certain to nun ner aione. ( M im k w ,u u wU , i . -- - 7 1 "
Uectmld take the trouaemto her, tell her . ,i, ikinr of him fi it ..rii. ! 1 lli tf t her hand t1"""'-
exai tlv what had hannennt he her to li M .ll ."" o"gd him to be a.'atea. He ant down j Auolh. r rnt
etat tiy woat na.1 nappenen. oeg ner to, n.ir,! the gi.nl uiitb'tntandliig which ut-( .n,i ..... ... .k,i . ,A ... Knwln of t
run up the dlt at-am with A aewing tua- aMirjetitlv auraiiar 00 ltween lh la.1 ' 5 . . ' " . Kn,""l '
ehm-'aml area..- with her-,,1ie,eth.al l11 "',, ,l ( Window, of At leAat he Mya .he trie.) . writing ill the I
chine, and arrange with her aome method
for tlw nccrel reatoration of the article
to hi untie drewdng room. A no
other reaaouabhv or even pmwible, courw
ugpted itaetf, Jock mad np hi mind
to ifii'I'l thi one. And lie ecaietl to
hi room after dinner on the earlieet op
portunity for the ptirpnae of putting It
into immediate execution. Unlocking
bia portmanteau, he dragge.1 the wreu h
ed troUM-r forth. Then doubling tbem
up into the amalleat pomible oomMM,
ana taking them nnder bi arm, coo-
and bl couin, and iu after yar, wheti
be had married Lily and ucceedei to
tba bulk of the old man fortune, he
wa alway lulling hi friend the above
tory and liuprewiiij; on tltem bow be
owed hi pruejierlty entirely to "Uncle
Tentrr a Trooacr. L0111I1HI Truth.
watchful eye fi item of new which
May eaca the oWrvatimi uf tbeiirdi ! crai-k. half crack and whole crack. Don't
nary reifti-r. Any terrible calamity Iu I pay a much for a quarter crack aa a whol
A dintrict 1 a golden harvest to the j "" The frog of the foot ahould be located
cribe. A riillwnv accident, olliery! "" "'re uear the center io a good bora,
eipbmion or atnrliiiig murder m.-aua Then -look for ringbone and rwvn.
,K,.b, billing ... to the re-: 11:'. ITj'l
i it. aud look around th leita InatMul at tUm
auiiive of proat to the! hea.l .ml t liiii 1.. ..t ..a.i
he IVnctl" i ahortbaud' or aomethlnu in niake him la-ltat-a th,.! vm
are not a greenhorn. Then ask the follbw-
locnl law CtMii-t. Inmanv
felt hcrwlf drawn irrealatlbly I town the reporter are the only cumpe-j ing queation;
vertly at tlw gray beardm) tent ahortlinnd writer, and to their lot; "llaaheevei
U Wa A.lal.hd.
A w tn roe. I into tbe mala highway
fnmi maw nl we fell In rear of a fune
ral prm-eMoii alatut half a mil buig.
llut tha walk took him ho.e ih.nh.L.i.i .,... r..jv.u I.- m. wawn mw P w 'rmra ami vu
....1 .. .. . ... ii., ......
bad eipected. o tliat. instead of being
back at Woudlergh with a comfortable
half hour to pare before dinuer, be
found that lie had barely five tniaiite.
A be harried into the hall, hot and
breathleaa, he met Lily on ber way to
the drawing room, tlreaeed ready for
dinner, and he immediately took tbe
opportunity of giving ber tba novel
which be bad bought.
"Oh, thi la good of yon, Jack," he
exclaimed, her face lighting np with a
grateful Hiuile, "to go all that long walk
ou my account. Why, you look a hot
aud tired aa ran be. I am afraid"
(glancing; annousdy at the clia-kj "that
yuu have made yooraelf lau, Uhx Oh,
Jiick, do yon think you can poaeibly
ilrena in four minniea? For fiapa in
dreadfolly particular about p)ple lieing
111 time for dinner. And 1 ahould be
quite iniaerable if you got into a acraie
with him through aerving me."
"Oh, I'll manage it all right," replied
Jack. "My drawing won't take long."
And he tun off quickly np Ktatrs to per
form bia haaty toilet, determined not to
lie late, for be knew that Lily bail uk-iI
uo exaggerated phni-in giving that bt-r
fattier was "dreadfully partituUr lxut
people being in time.'' Imleel, in the
eye of thia crotchety ami wbiiuMcal old '
gentleman to be late for dinner waa j
umethinj; very like a I-lly aiu. And
Jack, aa we know, bail strong reaaon
fur keeping in hi uncle' favor, lie
coat, he looked otit'toaee that nobody
We had gone nearly a mile when
w aaw loHii ronniiot acmaa a Held. lint.
wa in eight anil txttl along the pa- ' Um a,u,, eeatleaa and berefiaHeii. lie
aage toward the workroom, , waa watlng hia banda end shunting, aud
lie bail not proceeded far before he : the pnawaion at onee haltNl to aa what
became awari of aome one approaching j wa th mtur. lie atrmk f ir lh head of
with a light in the oppnaite direction. ! rlimbed tbe l rail fence
At preaent the light alone wa vbdble. ! ''"Methe highway ami g. hi breath
the Unrer of it being hidden from Win i, .,,J,"t, ,t . ., ,,
, . , , ., ,,,, . , . i "All of yuu folk eom right over here
by a bend in the wall. What waa lie to q,, a,jon can."
do? At he waa carrying the tnmaeraj -why, lien, what 'a tb natter?" Akel
they were but tiuTfcctly concealed, tb preacher In charge.
to, but ulie
U look covei
etrangrr. ben the porter had arranged fall the idmrt hand note which from time;
the atruuger' aecliun. and lie ahaw and I to time ate niilre byaolicltor andj
went to it. my aunt eye followed him i other people,-Londoti Tit-UitA 1
I swe tnmi 10 peg to mm a tie went j -.. :
, fnim her teat, hilt all didn't eeill to lae ) Alter I ha Apple. i
aide to get ont the worila the wanted to A gentleman who acme year ago hail j
. ) j occaiai totiike long jountey tlmmghj
j Tim neit taton wn Union City It! thalaucau w acct.iiipuie by a er- j
wa wily half an hour' ride from Mead- vaut and a guide, who told libit many;
ville, and a tbe train drew nearer to it j atone of the cotititry-etorie of danger j
my aunt ay he could hardly breathe. I and ril iu that U-ar f requetited foreat j
ber heart beet an, and be felt a if ahej laud. Once Nii u, the guide, aud ki
muat ajaik U the old man or din. Uut i friend of his had iiWrvetl nn apple tree '
aouicbow he could not. At hud the j well laden with frnlt. mime eveu or
train whittled for Union City The gray ! eight vert from their village in the for-'
bearded man t.a.k hi valite and pre- J eat. It tood unclaiiiieil of man, uimoat !
panal to leav hi aaat, The train be-j the only relic of aome prooperoii Tucber-1
gan to alow tip, Tha old man walked. kea village. Stepan and hi frleiid ar-'
and any one meeting him with a light
wa certain to remark them, ilo mut
hide out of the way till the peraon, who
ever it wa, had paawd. lint where?
A bedroom door on hi right toud
U'lnptlngly oa'ti. He darted quickly in,
and ccncralcd himw-lf behind it. lint,
a ill luck would have it, hia hiding
place proved A decidi-dly inaeenre cne.
The bearer of tbe light, who, from the
aound of rustling tkirt which accom
panied her, waa evidently a woman, did
not pa by the door. Ou tbe contrary,
he talked atraight into itl Jack'
heart aank to tero, and a aene of ap
palling iliiunay overwhelmed him- Of
votirwt Ibe would ihut the door, aril
there he would itand "helploaiily and I
hopeleaaly eitjaei, with tlaiae trrlwrHble
tronwra in hi iMowa-wion. Ewaja! wa
iiiipoaaible. Nothing could aave him.
Iln wa ignomitiionaly run to earth.
if ever any one felt deierate Jack did
o at that moment. The newcomer,
however, did not li ut the door, but
"Com a 011 Irk aa yon rati," urvrd the
other by voice and geaiiire, "fur I plugged
th hnl up la-fore I left!"
"Hut what la II f"
"lt' a fnWiltlilgiteat on yoa ever aw
rahbft In a holler atump end It won't
take (iter llfteen minute to chop him
"Move on, driver!" eomiunudrd the
"But bold on! He' In there, and I
ptugKed the bole, and il won't take me ten
minute to git an ai."
Th pruceaalnn moved on and continued
to more, and hy the time our team got Up
the farmer' face exprcaaed about eleven
different aorta of einotinna.
"What' Hie trouble?'' I asked.
"Why-why gi.b hang Itl I've got Ida
biggeat kind of a rabbit plugged up over
bere in a boiler tump
toward the front end of the car. lie waa ranged to meet at tbe tree one morning ' ' llZT!t.Tl!a,
n.il!i in Hiim'a ae.ai.Hi -rl .n.l ,h. il. r-.o. lawaai ke a iwavjr leetler.
ever been alckf"
"ike be crib?"
"Haa he ever rua away f
"Yon couldn't acare him Into auch a
"Afraid of ii1lln
"Nothing on earth."
"What' hia beat record?
"t 'flu my wife drive him?"
"Hlght up to an elephant. If ah wanta
"How I be on boef"
"Say! I waa going to Hpcak to you about
that. II only need abneing twice a year.
Never aaw a hiirt o eay ou abor,"
pawing my aunt acction
"She preawat On band on ber thumping
heart aud, almrwtt choking, li tom licd
tile trangiT arin and gad:
" 'Sir, iati't your name Allinouf
"Tliu man looked turprtaed and aaid.
'Why. yeas my nnme'a Alliwa'
" 't 'baric Jaaper Alliaon
" 'Ye.' aaid tbe al ranger, looking ait 1 11
" 'Didn't yonr aiater Carrie uaed to
I call yon Ja'
j " 'Wie didr ha eai laitned Hut
I "'Oh. Jam! I'm your iter Carrier
j fxi-luiiii.il my aunt, and her aruu were
j around the old miiti'a nock aud hu waa
holding her to his breaat, while both of
j them nobbed likn a coilplu of children.
"The long lout brother did not get off
at Union City. I In wn the very image
ran, ., -nnn- Mir null. i . , . SInu.H.rf a.1. ..J .
When tein came near th tree he; plmhof hay daily will keep him rolling
aaw aomenne already engageil in throw-- fai."
rushed, therefore, through hia toilet at a j jiameil on into the room, leaving it open j New York Mun
And the nrncemlon wouldn't wait to '
help Jim chop ll out r"
"No! I've heard that the country wa
turning over a new leaf and a-comlu' right
liptofrllU mid acollopa, but 1 never be
lieved It afore! Won't atop and help chop
out a rabblta great big nilililt-n-o h!"
brei:kneck pa-e, until lie caiiin to hi
drea trotumra, and tbell he m-eiveil a
check, ttoinetbing apieared Ui be wrong
with the article in queetiou. They were
no Mnall ami tight tlutt Jiw:k could xenrce
ly get hia nioacnlnr limb into them, in
fact, it waa evident that tbuy were not
hi owu at all, hot tin- propi-rty of Home
body elae who wa very much entailer
and thinner than hinmc-lf.
"Hang it!" he aoliluqnized in u vexed
tone, aa be surveyed the tight aud acanty
garmenta clitiging to bia leg nliuoat. iu
cloae aa flehingn, "thoeo ooufounded
footmen have made a atupid niiatake
aud excbungtHl my breecbini for eomp
body elae 'a. i mtmt ring thu liell at once
and have lay own brought np, for 1 can
never go dowu tair iu these thing."
lie leaned acrom his lied to pull the
bell rope, which hung ou the other aide
of it from where he atood. But, alaat
the movement laid too great a atrain ;
upon the akin tight inexpresmbles in I
iwhicb be atood enraaed. 1 here cam a
lond crack, followed by an cminoni
sound of tr'aritig. And Jack aaw, to hi
no munll dismay, that one of the warns
had aplit right up the leg!
Wliat tl:o denue wu he to do? The
owner of the rrnner might nay, car
tiiinly wonld aetid up for them in 11
minute or two. And what a ruge b"
would ta la when he found what hud
happened to tbem! If Jack hiol 1mmu a
few yean older and gifted with A trifle
more aelf posHCHHion, he wonld have re
garded the affair aa rather a good Jl'ke,
and though he might have Wn afmtle
embarnuiaed he would uot havebeen
acrionaly diatnrbed by it. But 'being a
ncrvoua, awkward boy, and very hy of
the prim old gentlemen who were hi
uncle' gucntx, bia accident caaaed liim
qnite nnreaaotiable aRiliition.
Bui there waa worse in store. ' A aliu
nde later a knock came At hia door, and
a aervant'a voice inqnired from tbe oilier
"Beg pardon, ir; but did you ring for
your dreea tronaem?"
"Yea," replied Jack, hurriedly, making
no movnment to unlock the door. "Have
yon got them there?"
"Yen," Answered tho footman. "And I
expect you must have got inaeter', air,
for your had been taken to hia room by
uiiatuke, and hn can't find hia own nowhere."
behind ber. Jack could ace ber aa be
(total hiverii!g in hi hiding place, and
it did not add to hi comfort to recog
nize hia aunt. But lie wa coucioti of
a bleaaed aense of relief when be aaw
her making for a door on theopptaiite
ide of the room, which apfwrently led
into another chuuibcr tieyond. Mie
opened It and went in. Now wa hi
chance to eacapet Looking uervoualy
ont, aud dreading every moment to ee
her reappear, he alippcd quietly round
the door and into the iaeeagu. Then,
fancying be beard hi aunt emerge from
the inner room, he scuttled off on tiptoe
to hi own liedchamla.'r a faet Aa he
It waa uot until he reached that haven,
breath lew and trembling, that A con
HeiimstieHK of Hometbing mixeing came
over blm. fo hail not got the trouitcrx!
Terrible coiiviction! In the hurry and
agitation of hi eacape from ladiind the
door he miiat have dropped them. What
on earth wa to lie done now? he Aaked
himwlf iu aii-kenlrig dismay . Should be
liunlen back ami make a diwperaU) effort
to recover them? Not Ilia conrage
failed him at the thought. He ahonld
probiibly run into hia aunt while doing
o, and that would put the Aniahing
atroke to uveTythltig. There waa noth
ing for it but to let matter take their
coiirne, And wherever the tronaera were
picked np, whether In-hind the door or
in the plumage ou table, there waa, thank
heaven! uo evidence to connect their
princnee there with hlmanlf,
Uut in hi existing uueaay and forell-
ing frame of mind.he fnl t i t would tie qui to
iiiipoHnibla for him to face the company
again that night without exciting aua
pinion by hi demeanor. Bo he locked
himxelf into his room ami retired straight
to bed, though not to aleep, for he lay
awake mot of the night brooding min
enibl over thia unhappy affair. Even
the brief upellH of ".lumber he enjoyed
were (liHtnrbed by nwful nightmare, in
which a pair of black trnrwer, with a
huge rent in them, were ulway the
Next morning it waa with the great
est difficulty thnt he could force himself
to go down to breakfast. For if the
discovery of those wretched trouaera, iu
their torn condition, waa mentioned aa
it was, of courae, enrtuiu to be he knew
he ibould betray himself to the other
lug the Niiph down. Thinking hi
friend wn trying to atcal a miin h 011 j
him, th irate Ktepan heaped all 111 m tier
of abuse 011 him, mid at lal, getting no1
answer, fairly y lied with rage, and l j
tall to throw (Iiiiiuh into the tree. 1
"Then you guarantee blm all arotiud!"
"I ilo if tiwre'a one aiuaJe thing wrung
with that horae I don't know it."
"Well, 1 guea I'll take blm."
And he'll turn out to lag just good1 a
hitriteaair yon had gone out. to a past ur
aome night, abut your eye and flung- a
IndeaimdeBee aerf Maamoalh Motor Lie
Sf. I. WENSENR3TH
Ot thta tv
ha ntMU.1 a
W on ii.up In in. Mm buiMliK atUi E, K.
S eiiml'a tiiaiehamltb abop. H u an eifatrt
tewt Hvkmaa hartn learned hta trail la
-inroiav na illriu a ahar ol tb fwag
t.wl uannUM tautlactiuu. .
Vfyj f ON SALE
OIIDTC C. CaH, tnltl, Briwm,
yUnr.0 Hoar, WHoaplna Cagk,Cr,
far lUictt. llhia. and every affrdKm Iln
Ihre't. ti-"and I nMt. if I'iiini Ceaiunptio.
S(M..r ..ri4ie-it. t.iHww au;aii " 1. Satlt."
Then the shower of apple cease.1, and j mj cril out that you'd taket
with a grutf imri a hnge old lxr came
tumbling out of the tnv, aliuoNt on topj
of the territiiil villager. Aa umal in;
such cawa, Hinin waa quite a mtich
frightrlied a- tin- man, mid shnmblml off;
a quickly Kilih., latiiig the appbw !
to .stepan mid hia fricud, Youth' Com- j
Uag th mlaalle fell
neareat to. Detroit
Th Korea of Clrruiuataneaa,
Mrs. IVterhj ("an you wash?
MallldaSiiotvlMll Ob course I kin Wftth,
if It ha ter la. .
"t'an you OHds?'"
"If il ha ter be, ob course I kill eook."
"Are yon honest "
"You lt IV boueat. If I has ter be."
1 Va ful I'tnaet.
Hlug hrleh, Iuk bo, for mi-, an lai-onvenlrnt
A littl ituiur bole, a hiding nuilcrneatb th
Wlii-m )uii put Ihe pota and kettle, and th
thing v' Iwarr metals.
With l Im IwUtiii puna ami klti'llen war ami
all Ilie warea that cliuk.
BtoopJ 8tonp! Atisip lilt earnl
Mlnil the nsllson Ibe diain If fou don't you'll
eaten ymir hair.
You'll lirnak your taw-ka a-rnachliig, Imlii-a,
If yon don't aliaip ta tl h care whon on put
foiir thlnita away.
Ohl Slik.lt waa hlmaiilr. Oh, ba Invented ma
To Imtlii'i-iill the women and bi punlnb llioiu
lly Diskliitf a reeepliH-bi wherg a wiiiulroiia
May, si any time, lie fonntl In Hie pit of - aheol.
Blimp! Htisip! Ntuop ll h earn!
.Mlml tlm imilaonthe dour: If you ilnn't you'll
eati-h voiii- liulr.
You'll hrenk your back a-reauhlng, ladles,
ttrrnty lime a day.
If yuu don't atnop with cam wlma you put
your ihliiK tin-ay.
Ping lirudi, elriK bo, the crowd of things! Juat
let ius lull them n'ur.
Thai evnry day, oh, bulle. dearl nj.wt 1st o'er-
haiilt-d hy you;
Tbe aauor wn sen, tho toaster, with the griddle
una in roaster.
Bee th Move, tho Hour, the sink brush. Sa
(lis spider and the brplhir, the atuve pnl-
ini, inn niiiro laiui'd and tb scourer, with
ll llrlslol brii-k ami all. Hen th farina
Kottm ami ibe steamer, thu isirculaln knt-
tlii and the itlshpan, tlm kiirosene am, tho
teakettle; to any uothlnxof thesluk and
tors iiml illslicliah a-hanidng on the
ftliwpl Rtwipl Httmp wtlli earel .
Jlliul tha nails on tliinlmir; If you don't you'll
tch ynur hair.
You'll hrraik your backs a-reachlng, Udies,
twenty liniea a day,
if you ilnn't abKip with care whon yuu put
your I hi nici away. .
of her father when lie died, my aunt
said, and that Is why she telt from tha
very lirsl thut bo was ber brother Jas.
The brother i still a Cnliforhian, an ex
tensive viiieyjinli.it. nn. I while Iu Chi
cago he suddenly remembered that an
old friend of hi waa In or iiMif Union
City, and he resolved to visit blm before
returning to the coast, Thi had occur-
; red about half an hour Wore the train
i ho whs to take left Chicago, ofyj be wa
' just able to catch it by an extra effort.
"Snnie inv itiuir lo.il n't ii.l.l.,.,!,.
I taken that whim In rrnrnl hv ll, I'rl.i I "auc
OrMippoiUfhcrbTOthrr hadn't sutldenlv
bethought him of bis old friend iu Union
City? And bow do you luicotint for it
all, anyhow?" New York Sun
Value of lliMtealy,
Then' ia no coma-nwitioii for lack or
Ion of lemur. have seen It tried aifliin
and again. There is no substitute for it, j , ituwn tn m Pnint.
Wbia ver sells a fraction uf it fur wealth ; T1(. !,,, lf all nmlertaker In Candelarla,
or lircfermetii Unips to luhereiitly do- Svv., Iiears the followb'g sIkiii "You kick
Keiierale, The end 'U death, (itn you;' the bucket.. We do the rest. "-Virginia
measure ta weigh that Word when ap- j (Nev.iChmiiicle,
plied to the soul? Honesty, shuttle hou- j
esty, Is the la-d idicy In dialing with
ourselves, with our children, with our I !
lielgblait-s, ;:j with things. 1 ri-menils-r
Knew fnim Kxperlenee.
Il.-rlvallun of Two ( niiiuiiiii Wtinla.
Our comtnoii word nliridge has no con
nection with it bridge. It I a tuodiH
cation of the Greek brachus, short,
through the French aln cgcr, to shorten.
Norbii mildew aiiytning to du either
with mill or dew. The word is the old
High Gennan iniliton, rust on corn. Tb
likuiifeM Iwtwnen mill mid uiel (honey l
suggested a connoctioii which resulted iu
tbe translation of the second pint of tbe
word into dew, aa hinting at tbe aub
stance known as honey dew. Hnrr'i
thut the physician in charge of one of
the hirgest atlnitis fur the insane aaid a
tew year asro iu bis annual report: i
Alsivenll tilings deal liuni-stlf with the ,
l)o not ou any account under-
t.i!;n tf I'i'crivo' tlictii. A liar can only
wink mischief 'with it diseased mind.
The truth may lie hard enough for tliem
to bear, but n falsehood is cruelty. They
need trust and confidence. Faith iu
others is healing." i think this it a uni
versal law.. Be hunt-si, especially to the
young ami the weak. Mary E. Spencer
iu St, Li. in (Holm-Democrat.
Jn t'lnlil Niiakru.
A Pennsylvania man ny he know of
A spot where ni least 8,000 ai-rpelits are
bunched 'together for the winter, There
are no fancy sunken among them, but
just common, every day sunkes, nich a
bine racers and rattlesnakes, amd be
asks no pnrtlcnlur credit for hi discov
ery. Detroit Free Press,
Caveats, and TraiM-Markt ohtitoed. and all Pat
ent tiuelni-.a nnidarted for Moratt fet.
Ovt OKn I Opaotlt U. I. Ptnt OtDc.
and ca Mrnra palent In lea time than tboa
remote fnim Washington.
Seod modf I, drawing or photo., with dearrlp
ttoe. W adtUa, If patentable or not, fre of
Chare. Our ft am one till patent Is aemred.
A tatiltl, "How to Obtain Patents," with
Banes of anna! client? In yuur State, cuuaty, of
Iowa, sent fra. Addrea,
0 Doo till Ptttat OMe. Wathlaato, 0. C.
DR. JORDAN & CO.'S
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
T.'il Mnrkel BU, Kan Fruin lsi-o.
do nml li-nm how In svold
dlMiiae. I 'unaoltallou suit Ireal
inciil -ioinill.v or by letter nn
spermatorrhea or genllnl tteiik
ni-sa and nit diaesiiea of men.
Hetid llir rsKtk. Private olMm,
all tieari mi. t'onmliHilon free.
Keonomy In Ureas.
A literary 'lady who write for the maga
kliifl met a friend on the streets of Galves
ton. "Yon seem to Ihj in high spirit. Heard
some good news? Going to gut married)1"
asked the friend.
' "Oh, no; it' better than that. I'vo Just
got a letter from the editor of The Ladies'
Magazine Inclosing a check fur fifty dol
lars In payment of my article on "Economy
In Dress," aud I urn going right now to buy
me a uew bnsNided silk velvet dross, made
In tlm latest style, If it take evorv cent of
; the fifty dollars." 'feta Sifting.
Illf follnrtliiiis III New York Cliurrliea.
A collection taken up at tbe church
which Corneliu Vandcrbilt attends one
Stmdny mnrnliig yielded $11,500. al
though it wns not mi nmiMinl occasion,
and no specltil request for large amounts
bad lieen nmde. At Homnof imrt'linrchca
the Sniiday colliicttnti runs freqnently as
high aafiUk-Xi or I,IKH), and at (iraceand
Trinity tlieru are oocaamnal collection
as large as I0,000. This one, however,
hi believed to be the largest collection
ever tnktjyt np on nn occasion not extra
orilinury, New York Cor, Philadelphia
It Make a UlnTenino,
Mrs. Fngg Goodness mereyl The new
dining room carpet Is rtiined. Somebody
has spilled a whole lot of oil and made a
great hlg grease spot In tha center of It.
Mr. Fogg-You must have dune it your
self, mother, when you 11 1 led t he lamp,
Mrs, Fdgg-Oh, perhaps I did; never
mind; I guess It will evaporate. Puck.
Not Vswl la It.
Walter (nt restaurant) They're all com
plaining about your buckwheat, cnkn.
Cook (In a violent rime) 1 told tlm lio.
they would! My orders wit to use reul
buckwheat Hour today, mid I'm going to
do It if it drive away every doggone cus
tomer we've gut I Chicago) Tribune.
"Th Jersey l.lly."
, AHOMMKACoTTAflK, lB.,Julvi.
flenllnuiHii Altlio' It la very unusual for
me louse any loltonaor wash,, at, loan-vt-er
to your miurst,! have tried Wisdom's
Inlet Cns-m mid lUiberllnr, Tho ftirmer t
eousiilur rseecliilly efficacious In cases of
iT,Km.i,n,i (tii-aHiii, nun i navo isien usine
ll every day for thu hist formlcM. 1 hav
found the Itols-rlliie an excellent prepai
at Ion In i-sses of tan, amtltum, eti
eimsed by rsposura to March winds and
July sun. Yours milhfullv,
To Messrs. Wisdom a Co.
Runs bigh at the drug store In Hu
jdnce over System Builder aa everybody
ia using it for catarrh, of stomnob, dys
pepsia, constipation aud impute blnod,
and to build up tho aystem it oertninlv
poHsessc wtmilerrnl merit wbeu all apeak I aud all piiu. Trv it
an well of it, ncgihbor where to get it
Rev. Mr. Arlington Yon should nlwart
be particular Btsmt details. Miss Tucker.
It Is little things that tell.
Nellie I know that, I have thrce-uinal'
sisters. Smith St Oriiy'a MontJily.
Tak It Before Braakfait
The great apptttaer, tonic and liver Wtilstor.
'""J:8 ,hn w yr In tfigland!
IVtsltlve specltls for liver cinnplsliit. fboi
titato in the month on arlatn- ly he mora"
iPo I h0,h"(, backortlieej"
i :"n,l,'i1 M,S'' nuur-aymploms of
!kri"V lalnl.ltemed.v-Hr. Ilenh'v's Kne
llah Dandelion Tnnlo. Relieve ennXIratloii
sharpens the ntipellle and lone, up tlm entire
system, (let the genuine from your drnnM
for 11. and bike aooordlng to direction " '
Wort Than Leprosy
I rntiirrb. aim there a one tot one pre
par noii that doe cure thut disease, and
thnt i tb (iHliforma Positive and Nega
tive Eleetrlo Liniment. Sold hv n
drnggistH. It alao cures neuralttia.
rbeumiitisin, beadnohe, ap'aina. bum
and tell yon
Will U- Iti TndciM'iioVtuv Moiidiiys.
V. Itcrk'a, Huver, Tueetla.va.
F. M Lewis, Lewlavllle, Weiluesdaya,
D, M. Otithrica,, Tliurednj a, at noon
Dalla, Thursday night nnd nil day
Fridays and Saturdays.
At my fiirin, one nnd one-balf miles
west of Monmouth, Holidays,
TKHMS. A'!0 TO INSt KK UVK FOAI..
' JA8. E. DAVIS.
3 1 Im Monmouth.
SON OF ALTAMONT!
, Dam by Llv Oak Foaled April
Will be In Independence Tlntrsditys,
Frlduvs and Huturdays of each week
and will Ihj riiiltted'tt serve a limited
TERMS: $20 to insure,
For further partlculurs, address '
17 2m J. M. ST A ATS, Atrlle.
The West Side.
Will be at the old stand in Inde
pendence (m Mondays, Tuesdays
and Wednesdays of each week.
For further particulars address
A. L. IIodsox,
410 Salem, Or.,
Omalia, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. STV LOU'S.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
j Kor further )arii-nlar Inquire of nv uent
u thrtotiipauy or
T. W. LEE,
O P. AT. A.
R. D. COOPER,
T. K IUX10. Rktciveh.
"tilM Dsvelopracnt Go's Stumers.
Chart Line to California.
IteiVht and Fares the Lowest.
STEAMER RAILING DATES.
atMuncr niXAMKTTK VAIXEY.
I-c pa Kan Franrtaeo: May 8, 1'i. JO, 'X
lvea Ytuiulna: My 7. 16, J4. 31.
Train No. will run Tvisdy, Thumdnv,
mid Hnturcln.va, and on Intonnedlntc day when
Train Niv 4 trill run Monilnva, Wrdntwdnra
nd Friilnya,nndon tntermitllr-(lra whi-n
Tita wnnriv wirvM the Tlghl to etianga
miliu ilah-a ulthuiu uorlre,
, raina rumiri-t with the S. P. R. R. sod rlv
Ixiatu a; Ctnvalll end Allatuy.
W. , WEBSTER, C. C. IUMIVR.
Ovn. K. 4 P. Ag'. 0.11. Co. Urn. E.A P. Agt,
HI Moiitiroim-ry HI., o. P, H. R.
San Krauclaoo. Corvall'a, Or
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERN PACIFIC ROUTE.
Expres Tnlu Ltav Portland Calif.
jKmtbl I I NortST
Tsfle. M. l.v.- Purtland Ar. lkA.ii.
Oar., l.v. Albany Ar. HrJjA.a.
(0:11 A. M. Ar. 8an Kraiidsmi l.v, MM e. a.
Abnv tratua atop only at tollowtm MaMooi
mirth ot Kiwlmr; F.U I'ortlan-I, (irtirou 1 itv,
WiHalhurn, Sali-m, Albany, Tii--nt, Bhedila, Hub
lei , llarrlsburg, Junction City, lrviug and hu
Rcseburg MaiK Dally.
Portlnnd .... HK A.M. Ttoarhurn ,.S:lfl r. X.
Roneburg..,. fc&J A. si, Portland ....4al A. a,
Albany Local Daily (Except Sun'y)
Portland. 5.00 r .
Albtuy SWa. a.
Albany .... 00r. a.
Portlaud til) a. a.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
foraecouiiniaiarinn oreMond-rlam pauenKei,
atiaooea to uprea iTaina,
West Side Division.
Between Portland and Corvallis
MAIL TRAIN DAILY (Except Sunday.)
t:S0 A. I
U lOr. M,
t SO p. m.
l :p. m.
13. p m.
At Albanv and Corvallli connect with train, ot
Oregon I'adbo Kilrod.
EXPRESS TRAIN DATLT (Except Sund'y)
Portland .410 r. a.
HcMlnuvtlle .6 4ftA.M.
MeMttinvUlt 7:r. .
Portland ...8:KU. a.
TEAOUQH TICKETS TO ALL POUTS
EAST AHO SOUTH.
flayer ticket and Intnnnatlonreiwdtneritei
map, ate., call ou ooapaoy' agaat at iDdepeie
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