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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1895.
STATE OF t,KEGOX.
. . fccnators j j. j,-. Dolph
ongrewmen Jw.ii. EUls
Attorney-General. O. E. Chamberlain
liovcmor. Sylvester rcunoycr
Secretary of State. VicorpQ W. McBrtdo
Suite Treasurer I'hllMcUchan
Sept. rub. Instruction E. B. McElroy
Jlerabcr Board of nquallxatlcnA. C. oodcock
SF. A. Jtoore
C. K. Wolvcrton
II. S, Bean
A. B. Compstn
EallroKdOotaKil!siosers.l. J-l. B. Eddy
(I. A. Jlaerum
Clerk f nHrwul Cwnraission Lydcll Baker
SECtlKB JCDlCtXt DlSTWCr.
Judge , I. Fulterton
Prosecuting AVorncr- .Gea SI. Brown
c s. jjojd orrzer, eosxeckg.
Receiver K. S. S heridan
Scgister R. M. catch
c s. wcATiitE scmr.
Sentr - .uaUJ
, Jj'.T. Bridges.
( c. A. SchlbreJe
ak -F.w aasoa
-hcriS- u. x.
.w. A. Fratcr
, J- a. Sterling
A. r. Mcams
Dr. K. L.-Jflller
city or BeiSCfcG
P. M. Zlrltr
,V. . Carroll
J. A. Cox
The Clrcelt Coatt for Donslu County meets
three tines a rear 5 foUaws: The 3d Mon
day inSUret. Ik -tth Monday in June, and the
Jit Monday ih Doceaber. J. C. Kullerton ol
Koscbars ; Geo. SI. Bruwn,of Rostburg.
prosecntnw tt. dev.
CountT.Crtrt wcets th 1st Wednesday aftei
UicUtMomUynf January, March. May. July,
"September tad Notorwst, A. K Stearns, ai
Oakland, jndfe: C H. Maupln of Elkton
and.W.-Umwa.ot EJiMle, coiaini&inacr.
rrob&Se un in sata continuously, A.F.
T AUREL LODGE. A. F. .V. M REGULAR
JL meetings the 3d and -Kb Wednesdays in
TTMKJT3A C1IA1TER, SO. lL E. A. M., HOLD
tJ thtrrrcatar convocations at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tsealay of each month.
Viiitins coapanlc&s ate cordially inrttetl.
M. F. RAF1', U. P.
Isx-msjc Cjxo, Secretary.
PU1LETATUA-N LODGE. SO. S, L O. O. F
Tsrp PiOinlar -T,ninr of rsrh week at 7
o'clock in their halt at Kotcbnrg. Mctabcrs of
the order I sod stasdin care invited to attend.
S. T. Jcwett. Sec'y.
TT5CIOX BXCAMPMEXr. SO. 3.
U odd 1'cHan hail oa second and fourth
Thsrsdsys ef each isanlh.
- lnrt? tA tn Attend.
i tANK G. Micriii, Scribe.
TJOSEBURG LOPGE, SO. K. A. O. U. W.
nrels an second end foarth Mondays ct
ph T-ifir;I xl7 JB n ju. At 0M Fellows haU.
ilcabeaot the order in gool landing are In
vited to attend.
TM-tKO POST. NO. G. A- R MEETS THE
first cad third ThnrsJays of each saoath.
VITOMES RELIEF .CORPS SO. 13, MEETS
won sad fenrtfa Thsodavs in each
FAr-ill' ALLIASCE Ecsnlar Qctrtcrly
--.. -t haU mi Ci-rintn Hill.
RodcbcrA tfce as r'rkiiy ie December, March
p OSEBUES CH AITEIt. NO. S. O. E. S- MEETS
-IV the mmbJ sad foanhTharidavs of each
MADELISE B. COSKLISG, V.-. M.
T30SEBUKG DIViaOS SO -GS. B. OF L. E.,
meets every second sad fourth Sunday.
TJOSEEGBGR. D. LODGE, SO. U.L O.O. F.
-IV meets on Tuesday evening of each week at
the Odd Fellows haU. Visions sisters and
Krethrea are invited to attend.
Miss Sxexh ffmm:.T, S. G.
A LTHA LODGE, SO. 17, K. OF IV MEETS
-i- every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
II2L Y!dUn- brethren in cool standing cor
dlaUriBTtled to attend.
TjT E. WILLIS.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
all the cosrts of tie State. Of
fce ia the Court TTyra-. Doolis easnly. Or.
Attorney at Law,
OSre of cx the restoSc; ca JaekKn itrset.
W. CARD WELL,
Attorney at Law,
P B. COFKMAK,
Physician and Surgeon
OSoetAt tor. Hoowr'seMtuad oa Oat Street
Reeideaee Ocr. Laae & Jaeksen Streets.
JT. OZtAS, 71. D.,
Ph3'sician and Surgeon,
O&ce ia 3. Xsrks tt C."s Block, apiUirs.
CaUs prsmptir answered day or sight.
Physician and Surgeon.
' Gr4ate Emh Medical College.
D?fass of Weaea aad Children a Specialty
OFFICE, KwafS&HI, Monsters' Building.
Urusrsea, DtscIas Street, second jilacc cast
Dr. Bunndl'r. r
Li Fatette Laic Jl-ik.s L. IjOCciiiet
Attorneya.& Counselors at Law
TftiU rraelie in all the court cf Orsvun. Of
fice in the Ta jlsr-W ilon uock.
Q.EO. H. BBOWN.
Attorney at Law,
Keputr l'rotcutInjr Attorney.
Office at the Court House up tisSzu
MRS. TS. BOYB.
DEALER IK CHOICE-
Books -and Children's Toys.
A FULL, LISEOF-
FruiU, Xuts, Trench Candieg, Confcctionerj
Canned Goods, Coffees, Teas, Etc.
IMPORTED KI WEST CIGA11&
: CHOICE BBAKDS OP CIGAES
-ynx. P. HEYDON,
nnd Notary public.
Orncx: In Court House.
Orders for Surveylnr and Fild Note should
bo addressed to Will
Attorney "at Law,
Room t.il&rslcrsBuUdlnr, - ROSEBURG, OR.
nr-Busincsa before tht U. 8. Land Office and
mintus cases a specially.
Late Receiver TJ. S. Land Office.
TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
and Kotary Public.
Orncs: County Jail Buildlnr., upstairs.
Of Special attention paid to Transfers and
Address. ROSEBURG. OR.
jyYKA BROWN, K. D.,
Phj'sician and Surgeon.
Gaaiz Discuss ef Wenea & Specialty.
Office, Up Stain, in the Marks Bonding.
Residence. 112 Cass Street, ROSEBURO.
jg- L. MUiLSK, M. D.,
Surgeon and HomoeopatUio
CrChnKc dlMBMa & piattT.
will possibly dis
cover that you
nave thought of
cept" your feet,
in winter were a
If your puree looks
weak and consump
tive after the Xm&s
campaurn come to
our store. A sum
that wouldn't bay
a poor pair of shoes
in some place bars
a good pair at our
EXCLUSIVE BOOT AND SHOE DEAI.ERS
324 Jacksoa Street,
. F. BARKER & CO.
A ipedal btaod jl Bsadalterated Tta
la havics; a large sale. 7ew stylta oi
uldiSS 3,11(1 JjQiX W3X8
At utoulahinc; low vv. Oar own
TmniM are toy popular.
W. D. McQEE,
E now have a larae tock of fine, Ure,
hcaltbr trees of all klotU, lncladlue
Annie- Pear, reach. Prune and Cherry, which 1
iccls. and wll Ibe wld at rery reasonable rate.
E. L. QOODRIDQE, Agent,
Fakrs Golden Female Pills..
For Female Irregular
I ties: nothlne like them
on the market. Kevtr
to relievo suppressed
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Don't be humbugged.
Save Time, Health,
and money ; take no oth
er. Sent to any address,
secure by mall on re
ceipt 01 price,
THE APHRO MEDICINE COIPANT,
Western Branch, Eox27,FOBTXAND, OB'
(Successor to J. JASKULEK.;
Practical : Watchmaker, :
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. AND FANCY GOODS.
(xonuino lir-nzilltiii Mvo
a coirijrrE stock or
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Smokcrfl' Articles.
Also Proprietor and Maunger of RoseburK's Famous llarpjain Store.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & IKNZI
If Businesses Not Good
Are the Rooters
AO 000 PIECES sheet music
Mailed to any address
Catalogue of this immense
We have also secured the agency of the Wiley B. Allen Co.
T. K. RICHARDSON,
THE THIRD ADDITION
The HOIVC Farm,
I ted and is now on the market
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
Any one wanting a
or a suburban Home can
All lots sold in
than doubled in value.
the future. More
ing town or city
For information or
Estate Office, or on
Jeweler : and : Optician.
GIiissok unci Sioctueics
the same he's a candidate
for beef, aud can't esapce
weighed sooner or later.
Sausage Cutters, Etc.
and OLIVER PLOWS.
for the Business flen of Douglas County.
It is now well understood that
K. Ricahrdson is the best es
tablished and most reliable Piano
Organ dealer in the State.
has secured the American
atrencv and will soon receive
for One Cent Extra.
stock sent free on application.
est; u.Bts j at a: as tar
east of town, has been plat-
iu Lots and Blocks containing
fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
now be accommodated 011 easy
Brooksidc addition have more
prospect is much better for
arc made iu lands near a grow-
other way. Sieze the oppor-
conveyance, call at ouy Real
Fin fault witli the cook if
the pastry docs not exactly
cttityou. Nor with your wife
cither perhaps she is not to
It may be the lard 6hc is
using for shortening. Laid
is indigestible you know. But
if you would always have
Cokes, pics, rolls, and bread
palatable nnd pcrfccUy di
gestible, order the new short-cniug.-'CQTTOLEHE,"
SOLD BY ALL OROCERS.
Unrein Ali. SussTmrrcs.
llado only by
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
HJCHICAGO, HEW YORK, BOSTON
.1 alrtank Co.. CM euro, for tiand-
' ' xttno Oottolfno Coolc liook. cental n-
tTrrli hendmt red pes. pref'a iy
e eminent r.utnorltko on cook Ins.
A SoYereigr Remedy & (pughs.
oias.Launppe i-dali Aireclioas
cf llcThroat Chest and Lungs.
I Sold by A. C. Marters & Co
SjfS' IS THE BEST.
3 'QJfl SS'Ka FIT FOR AK1NG.
.EXTRA FIKC. .
Over One Million People wear tho
W. L, Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes arc equally satisfactory
They clve the best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes in style and fit.
Thur wearlnc qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices arc uniform,. stamped on sole.
t-ron si to f 3 saved over otner makes.
ii your eaer nrr,n sa?p,7 you -sc an. boldbj
dealers everywhere." N anted, asent
to take exclusive sale for this vicinity
Write at once
of the eyes
uio age. 11
has been en
ttflc men of
and tones the
of tho (11 s
chtrgo in VO
Fains in tho
by day or
tjulcil v. Over 2,000 prlvato cndoticmcnts.
lYeciaturencss means Imrotccry iu iho first
Etico. It U n symptom of temlnal wcaincss
nnd bsrrenncsi. It can bo stopped In 20 days
V7 iho uso o r iludyon.
The nevr discovery was madn by tho Specml
IstcfthcoldfamonsHudson Medcal Institute.
It is tho Etronccst vltnllzer roaac. it is very
powerful, but harmless. Eold for 51.00 n psck-
BiMoro packages for w.co (piainscaica doictj.
Written cuartntco given for a cure I f you buy
Fin boxes ana aro not entirely curcu.ox
will ltAii.'mt In rnii frm of ml rh&rzes.
BCnimir circuiarsnna icsumoiiims. svuurcu
fMIUDSON MEDICAL- INSTITUTE.
Junction Stockton, .Tlnrkct Ellusts.
Sail I'rauclxco, 1.1.1.
2 ABBOTT'S f
I 1 EST PI?-1
& SPEE01LY nd WITHOUT PAIN. f
W FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. $
X LIPPMA1T BROTHERS, rsp'rs, T
$ Llppman's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
CHARLOTTE TEMPLE'S GRAVE.
Iho Slost Fopnlar Spot In Trinity Church
yard, Now York.
A few days ago passcrsby in Broad
way, looking through tno nlgn lenco
that surrounds Trinity churchyard, saw
slender black gowned girl kneeling by
tho gravo of Charlotto Temple. Her
head was bowed in her hands, and she
seemed utterly lost to her surroundings.
After awhile sho aroao with a.vory palo
fnco, walked swiftly through tho gates
tuid disappeared in tho crowd. Sho was
only ono of many dovotec3 at tho sbrino
of tho poor girl who died for love. No
body over visits Trinity churchyard
without pausing for a fow minutes bo-
foro tho big brown slab that bears only
tho uamo "Charlotto Temple."
"Oh, yes! ' said tho gray haired old
can whoso duty it is toseo that tho an
cient tombs aro kept in order. "It is tho
most popular gravo in tho yard. I havo
been hero Koins on 17 years now, and
thero havo been very fow days in good
weather when tho gravo has not bad a
visitor. Several times I havo seen wom
en como hero and stand in tho cold and
sleet and snow looking at tho tomb.
Somehow they always look as if thoy
wcro in trouble.
'Soven or eight years ago I began to
put pottod flowers, geraniums and tho
liko on tho grave, nnd I havo kept it up
every summer since. It is mainly to
mark tho gravo, so that visitors can find
it It is tho only gravo in tho yard that
has flowers on it Othenviso tho pcoplo
would bother n:o to death. When they
ask mo whero tho gravo of Charlotto
Tcmplo is now, I simply toll-them that
is over on tho west sido with some
potted liowers on it. Uliat saves mo a
deal of trouble.
'Several of tho gravestones aro crum
bling badly and will havo to bo repaired
f tho descendants of tho-dead want to
perpctuato their memory. See: hero is
the oldest gravo m tho place."
Then tho old man swept away a layer
cf unst from a crumbling gray stono nnd
showed tho date. 1C81. "Wohavoscv
oral that date almost a3 far back," said
he, "but nono of them is so popular as
that of Charlotto Temple."
Then tho ancient attendant tucked
his broom under his arm, picked up his
wheelbarrow and trundled. away among
tho graves. 2ow York Herald.
BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN' PEAKS.
Tinnier, Shnsta, Hood and Other Fine
3Ioun!nlm of tho Far Korthtrnt.
About GO railes south of Tacoraa yon
gen a view of tho most beautiful moon
tain peak on tho earth's surface. Mount
Tr.com a, or Ranier, and carry it with
yon for threo or four hours. It rises di
rectly from tho tido level to a height of
1 J, H I feet, unhidden by intervening
ranges or foothills, and stands sqnarcly
against tho sky, the perfection of mag
iiiCcence, dignity and power. It is two
and ono-half times as Inch U3 Mount
Washington, and I believo tho highest
peak in tho world that rises directly
from a plain. It is known to-rt3 in tho
cast as Mount Ranier and wassso called
in honor of Admiral Sanicr ofthc Brit
ih navy, bnt hero they call it Mcun
Tacoma, tho old title given by tho
Siwash Indians before tho wlrito man
came. Tho base is covarc-il with-a dense
forest cf ever living green. Above tho
timber lino tho scow is white and
smooth and perpetual, and it looks as if
it wcro a solid block of tho purest mar
Mcunt Tacoma isj just two feet ihighc:
than Mount Shasta, 207 feet higher than
Piko's peak and 400 feet higher than
Gardiner's peak. Tho hfchest in tho
United States. Mount Crillon, Alas
ka, is over 10,000, bat an exact rucas
crcmcnt has never been, taken. Mount
St Elias, Alaska, is 13,327; Mount
Whitnev, California, is lu.OSS, and
Mount Williams, California, is 14,400.
There are several other very beautiful
peaks visiblo from tho railway, rnclud
ing St. Helen, 9,750 feet, tho patron
samt of Portland, around whoso heai
hangs a perpetual halor Mount Hood.
which is a shapelv cone, 11,225 feet.
which was named in honor of Lord
Hood cf tho British admiralty, and
Mount Baker, 10.S00 feet, christened in
honor of Joseph Baker, one of tho lieu
tenants of Peter Pugcr, who discovered
tho sound. Theodore Winthrop has
written lovingly about them, and they
aro tho subject of tho purest and choicest
descriptions that cist in tho classic
proso of Washington Irving, although
believo ho was nover nearer them than
his homo on tho Hudson river, 3,000
miles away. Chicago Record.
Tho Itomar.cc of a Watch.
Rossini's watch, which has recently
been sold at Bologna to a rich English
man whoso namo is not mentioned
has a history. In 1824 Charles Xpre
scntcd tho composer with a repeat m
watch, studded with diamonds, and
playing two of Rossini's melodies. No
body in Bologna could clean tho watch,
eo it was sent iu the caro of tho tenor
Fabiaao to Paris, whero it was destroy
ed in a fire. Plivce, tho watchmaker,
thereupon niadoi second watch, tho ox
act counterpart of the firsr, except that
tho diamonds wcro false, and Rossini,
who never discovered this pious fraud,
wore tho trinket all his life. On his
death it passed to a relative, whoso sou
has jnst sold it. It is said to contain an
excellent portrait in enamel of Rossini
a3 ho was iu 1824.
A Dog's ralace.
Baron Fnrnchetti, tho father of tho
composer, has had a dog kennel erected
in his palaco at Venice, made through
out of marble. Thu ceiling is decorated
with a splendid mosaic, entitled "The
Chr.so of Diana." Tho eating and drink
ing vessels of tho dogs aro said to bo of
embossed silver. Of courso tho kennel
is lighted by electricity. Familien
blatt. Xot Her Will.
Agues What nro you writing, Min
uio? Your will?
Minnie No. I'm writing niv won't.
Georgo proposed last nfcht, and I told
him I'd answer tcduy. L-.-mlon Sketch.
Wayne Jones is special t.trr.i :igtnt for
the "old reliable" Continental Insurance
Company of Now York, which has Ixffiti
tested by passing lluoih mid paying till
of its losses in that jtrtvit conilMgration of
Chicago iu 1S71, by which oyer one hun
dred companies equal to tlm State Insur
ance Company of SiiVmii, Or.!, failed.
A wool to the vv if o is snflirietit. n
If you want tho best of dmiMiy go to
Dr. Strange and havo it dono by uti ex
perienced and skillful dentist. All work
guaranteed and at very reae ouablo prices.
MEN'S ERRORS IN DRESS.
Young Woman of Observation Says That
Such Solecisms Aro Common.
"It is surprising," said a young wo
man of observation, "how near somo 01
yon men fellows como to being properly
dressed and don't quito get there. I've
heard a good deal of talk and read a
good deal of writing about tho fino art
of dressing well, but my idea is that
it's just a question of tho preservation
of the entities. It's just liko applo sauce
with roast pork and currant jelly with
anvasback duck tho proper thing goes
with tho proper thing. Yet a man may
be letter perfect in his condiments, or
may havo a fit at seeing a water color
in a velvet frame, and still wear a silk
hat and a sack coat. Oh, yon needn't
laugh. I'vo seen it, not only on Broad
way on a Saturday night, but I navo seen
it on Fifth avenuo on a bunday morn
ing. Yes, and worso than that. 1 6aw
ono young -fellow going to church with
two swell girls, ho wearing a blade suk
hat and a brown sack snit Now, do
you know I call that impious.
"Thero aro two otner sma 01 anire
that men aro often guilty of ono a sin
of commission, wearing an overcoat
with a straw hat, and tho other a sin
of omission, wearing an overcoat and
no gloves. Theso things aro dono all tho
timo in their season, and yet you sin
ners in costumo think it a good joke to
seo a woman in white gloves and a
mackintosh and so it is.
There's another thing yon men get
woefully mised up over spats and gai
ters. Any fool girl knows that tho gaiter
is need for warmth, and therefore is a
cart of a winter costume, whilo tho
spat was designed as an article for sum
mer attire to Keep, tno Dottom 01 tno
light trousers from being soiled by black
shoes. It is quito a3 awful a solecism to
wear spats with dark trousers as it i3 to
wear a gaiter over a tan shoe, yet both
aro committed constantly hero in New
York, and by men who ought to be
ashamed of themselves for not knowing
or not doing better.
"Aud, talking of tan shoes, you never
will convinco mo that it's cither correct
or convenient to wear tan shoes in win
ter or in stormy weather. That's tho
timo for rubbers, and goloshes over tan
shoes aro an incongruity that gives me
tho horrors. It's tho samo sort of de
based tasto that leads a man to peril
his soft palato by using a cigar holder,
or that leads him to outrago decency by
sticking a cravat pin in a sailor s knot.
And don't think for one instant that all
tho rest of us don't observe theso things
just as I da If a man's dress is trig and
trim from top to too wo admire him.
even if bo's as homely as sin that is,
as sin is supposed to be but if ho mixes
tho seasons or falls down in tho nicer
details of completeness wo havo our
little sneer at him after he's gone, even
though bo's as good looking as you'd
liko to be" ISew lork Sun.
THE JUDGE'S MENTAL SPREE.
ndlnn nnd Detective Novels as
Means of Mild Dissipation.
Tho salo of 5 cent novels, descrip-
tivo of the improbable adventures of In
dian fighters or tho superhuman sagac
ity and adventure of impossible detect
ives, is by no means confined to the
small boys of New York. ATeporter
loitering in a Park row book exchange
was surprised to observe one of the most
eminent jurists cf tho day overhauling
v. pilo of this trasu. Ho had laid aside
"Broken Plume's Last Shot, " "Old Cap
Collier Among tho White Caps," "The
Boy Magician In Madagascar," "Tho
Young Nihilist" and "Frank and the
"What aro yon going to do with that
stuff, judge?" tho reporter esked.
"Going to read it alL It is my way
cf going on a spree. When I get actual
ly worn out and run down ever tho study
of abstruso legal problems and reach
that stage when I carry my professional
labor into my dreams, I just knock oil
for a day or two, lay in a lot of this
kind of rubbish, run down to my Long
Island homo mid just lio back and revel
in tho absurdities of this class of liter
ature. It requires no mental effort what
ever to peruse them, and tho amusement
'afforded is unbounded. I get clear away
from tho world of deeds, mortgages;
bonds, partitions, trusts and other vexa
tions and simply allow my mind to go
off on a little spree. No bad effects fol
low this mild form of dissipation. In
fact, I am really rested by it. Try it
yourself somo time." New York
Among tho Canton houses there are
occasional exceptions to tho general one
storied or low constructions. Some of
theso aro built liko square towers four
or five stories high, with no outside
windows savo at a considerable distance
above tho ground and no outsido pro
jections by which thieves might climb
op. Theso establishments aro called
pawnshops, but they appeared to mo
more to resemble our banks whero we
placo deeds and other valuables for safe
ty. I understand it is nsual among the
Chinese to deposit their possessions of
value, when not in use, in theso estab
lishments. The peoplo also store thero
during summer their winter clothing,
and loans may bo obtained against tho
goods stored. To havo dealings with a
pawnshop is in no way considered de
rogatory to a Chinese gentleman's dig
nity. Florenco O'Driscoll, M. P., in
A Case of Necessity.
Gothamitc I hear you havo a Yassar
graduate for a cook. Isn't it rather ex
Harleinite Not very. Sho works for
her board aud clothes.
Gothamite Why, how does sho cope
to no that?
Harlemitc Got to. She's my wife.
' It list Ic 3IoralIty.
Rector (going his rounds) Fino pig
that, Mr. Dibbles, uncommonly finqj
Ccntemplativo Villager All, yes,, sir,
if wo was only all of us as Jit to dio as
him, sir! London Tit-Bits.
Beware of Ointments for Catnrrli
tltnt Contain Mercury,
ns mercury will surety dc.ttniy the sense of
smell mid completely derange tho whole system
when entering it ttmmitii mucous surfaces.
Such articles; should never K- u(l except on
prescriptions irnm roputabT.! physicians, as the
damBRc they will iln is ten fold li tho Rood vol:
can possibly derive from them. Hull's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by I". J. Chenc-y & Co., To
ledo, O., coutnlus no mercury, nnd Is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the Wood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hull's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is
aken Internally, nnd made ! Toledo, Ohlo.br
F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, prico 75 c. per bottle.
Trespass notices printed on cloth
sale at this office at 5 ceuts each.
THAT BOY JIM.
Ha tvas tho "devil," that boy Jim. ,.
Couldn't do anything good with him. -Bouzh
and ragged, for mischief ripe
Unnning errands, distributing type,
Pelting tho neighbors on their heads
with brand new "furniture," "slugs" nnd
From early morning to evening Him.
Ho was tho "devil," that boy JimI
Editor whaled Mm all no good!
Head as hard 03 a stick of wood.
Just burst out in a loud "Hooray!"
And went right on his don't care way.
But once when tho train was passing by,
And the editor's child on tho track oh, my !
Jim, he rushed with his eame don't care
Bight in front of tho engine there 1
Child was saved, but whero was Jim?
With flaming lanterns they looked for him.
While tho people trembled and held their
"Under tho engine, crushed to death!"
There, in tho dust and grime he lay
"Jlml Ho had given his life away!
Not ranch need of their tears for him.
"He was an angel, that boy, Jim!"
Frank L. Stanton in Atlanta Constitution.
A CLEVER PICKPOCKET.
He Was a Xtusslan and Alarmed and Sur
prised a Grand Dnke.
Ono day, at the dinner table of a
grand duke, tho French embassador ex
tolled tho dexterity of his fellow coun
trymen, as exemplified, among other
things, in the cleverness of the Paris
I should not wonder'if tho St. Pe
tersburg pickpockets could give them a
start," replied tho grand duka And
seeing an incredulous smile play around
tho features of the embassador hb added,
Will yon bet that, before we rise from
tho tablo your watch or somo other
valuable will not bo taken from your
Tho embassador accepted tho wager
for tho fun of tho thing,, and tho grand
duke telephoned to tho chief constable
asking him to send at onco tho cleverest
pickpocket ho could lay his hands on.
Tho latter was to receive tho full value
of every article ho managed to "annex"
and bo allowed to go unpunished.
The man caino and was put into liv
ery and told to wait at tablo along with
tho other servants. Tho grand duke told
him to givo him a sign a3 soon as ha
had accomplished tho trick. But he
had to wait a long1 time, for tho embas
sador, whose watch was tho article to
bo experimented upon, always kept on
tho alert, and even held his hand to his
fob when conversing with tho most dis
tinguished guests at the table. At last
tho grand duke received the preconcert
ed signal. Ho at enco requested the em
bassador to tell him tho time. The lat
ter triumphantly put his hand to his
pocket and drew forth a potato, instead
of his watch! There was a general burst
of laughter, in which tho embassador
himself joined, though with a wry face,
fcr ho was unmistakably annoyed. To
conceal his feelings he would tako a
pinch of snuff his snuffbox was gone!
Then ho missed the. seal ring from his
finger, and lastly the gold toothpick
which ho always carried about with him
in a littlo case. Amid tho hilarity of
tho guests tho sham lackey was request
ed to restore the articles, bnt tho grand
duke's merriment was changed into
alarm and surprise when the thief pro
duced two watches, two rings, two snuff
borer, etc. His imperial highness made
tho discovery that ho himself had been
robbed at the same time. Neuo Blatt, .
Tho Colombian Half Dollars.
Tho Columbus souvenir half dollars
are not medals or "tokens, " but good
money, and aro legal tender to the.
amount of 10 in any one payment.
There is a largo demand for them. The
coinage was as follows: In 1892, 950,
000 pieces, valuo 475,000; in 1893,
4,052,105 pifces, valuo $2,026,052.50;
total, 5,002,105 pieces, valuo $2,501,-
052.50. Tho coins now being issued by
tho treasury are of tho 1S93 coinage.
The Columbian (or Isabella) quarter
dollars coined under tho law of March
3, 1S92, are likewise a legal tender and
redeemable. There were coined only
10,023 pieces, valuo 510,003.75. These
were all issued to tno board of lady
managers and by them disposed cf, Tho
1S93 Columbian coins, being fewer in
number, are more valuable as pocket
pieces or to collectors than the 1893
coins. Tho former havo all been dispos
ed of. Chicago Herald.
Uow to Get Ttich.
An exchange gives the following sen
sible advice, which our readers micht
try. It is certainly a quick way to bo
como rich: ".Money makes money. No
ono is so poor that he cannot rako up a
penny to start on. Now upon tho first
day of tho month deposit a cent in a
bank, and on each of tho succeeding 30
days of tho month doublo your deposit.
Follow this programme faithfully, and
at tho end of tho month you will bo
surprised to find that your account will
show tho sum of $5,3GS,709. 12 to your
credit. With that littlo sum all you
havo to do is to retire and let the oth
er fellows hustle. " Pomona Progress.
Salmasius, Milton's antagonist, was
a man of mild manners ana qmet m
speech, but hiswifo imagined he did
not do himself jasticoiu controversy un
less ho called his antagonist vile names.
Somo of his manuscripts aro extant,
containing abusive words interlined in
her own handwriting.
Probably tho meanest thief ever
caught is Lonis Boargard of Paris, who
recently, while riding in a cabs ripped
open tho cushions, tied the horsehair
into a parcel, sold it while tho cab
waited for him and with the money pro
cured from selling his "plunder" naid
tho cabman his fare.
A resident of England, who has been
threo times married, wedded a woman
who had been threo times a. widow.
Children wcro born in all cases,, so-that
children of sovoa different parentages
livo under tho samo roof.
Albuquerque, N. M., was named by
tho Spanish from a town of tho same
namo in Spain, which took its titlo from
Alphouso d' Albuquerque, a famous Por-
. tuguese soldier.
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