Strong and Steady By IIORATK) 4LGER. JR. CIIAPTKIt XVII. (Continued.) Ho begnn to renlnce the book in Jts brown paper covering. "I don't know oat I might give you -wenty-fivo cents more. Come, now, I'll givo you two dollnrs nnd a quarter." "I can't take. It," Bald Walter, shortly "Three dollars and- a half Is the price, and I will not take a cent less." "You won't get It out of ine, then," etorted the lady, slamming the door In displeasure. Walter had already made up his mind to this effect, and had started on his way ! to the gate. "I wonder if I shall meet many people like her?" he thought, and he felt Borae whnt despondent. Walter began to think that selling ' nooks would prove a harder and more dis agreeable business than he had antici pated. He had been brought face to face with meanness and selfishness, and they inspired him with disgust and indigna tion. Not that lie expected everybody to buy his books, even if they could af ford it. Still, it was not necessary :o in sult him by offering half price. Ho walked slowly up tie street, won dering if he should meet any more sufth customers. On the opposite side of the street he noticed a small shoemaker's shop. "I suppose it is of no use to to tn there," thought Walter. "If they won't buy at a big house, there .isn't much chance here." Still he thought he would go in. He flail" plenty of time on his hands, and might as well let slip no chance, however small. He pushed open the door, and fount himself in a shop about twenty-hve feet square, littered up with leather shav ings and finished and unfinished shoes. A boy of fourteen was pegging, ami his father, a man of middle age, was finish ing a shoe. "Good-morning," said Walter. "Good-morning." said the shoemaker, turning round. "Do you want a pair of shoes this morning?" "Xo," said Walter, "I didn't come to Guy, but to sell." "Well, what have you got to sell?" "A subscription book, finely illustrat ed." "Let me look at it." He wiped his hands on his apron, and. taking the book, began to turn over the leaves. "It seems like a good book," he said. '-'Does it sell well?" "Yes, it sells largely. I have only jnst commenced, but other agents are doing well on it." "That's the way to talk. How muds do you expect to get for this book?" "The price is three dollars and a half." "It's rather high." "But there are a good many pictures. Those are what cost money." "Yes, I suppose they do. Well, I've a great mind to take one." "T riWt think you'll regret It A good nook will give you pleasure for a long time." "mint's ko. Well, bore's the money. Walter was all the more pleased at ef- MinP this sale, because it was uncx pected. He had expected to sell a book at the great house he had just called at, i..,t- thought that the price of the book might deter the shoemaker, whose income probably was not large. Twin, the next hour W alter failed to cell another copy. At length he managed to sell a second. As these were all he had brought with him, and he was feel-in- somewhat tired, he went back to the tavern, and did not come out again till after dinner. nn AFTER XVIII Walter found a good dinner ready for film at 12 o'clock, which he enjoyed the more because he felt that he had earned it In advance. He waited till about - ti.,-i, ..ml nirnin set out. this time in n different direction. In some places he was received politely; in others he was treated as a humbug. But Walter was by this time getting accustomed to his pofd fl found that he must meet dis agreeable people with as good humor-as i. rould command. One farmer was will- i tilt the book if he would accept t i r,n!P. of which he offered him two barrels -r but this offer he did not for n moment entertain, judging that he would find it difficult to carry about the apples, and probably mracuii 10 u. thorn. However, he managed to sell two copies, though he had to call at twen ty Places to do It. Nevertheless, he f.-lt well repaid by the degree of success be -mut with. i7io hnoks sold to-day !" thought Wal ter, complacently, as he started on bis wik home. "That gives me six dollars nnd a quarter profit, i thnt lin." But our young merchant found that ho was not likely to keep up such sales. The tu.xt day he sold but two copies, and the 5" ,lin!r three. Still, for three days aud a half the aggregate sale was eleven copies, making a clear profit of thirteen Conors uuu tciuh.;-"" .......... the end of the week he had sold twenty copies; ui w rr-r7'- ' ,,, I wish I could had been obliged to vfslt one or two neigh '.oring villages. n nnw nrenared to raovo on. Tn next nlace at which he proposed to atop ?or a few day- . wl cal1 RoUn', IIc had already written io a fresh supply of books to be forwards! to hlra there, lie nau out two .1 iita lin tfn ore belnir contained In u small valise, he decided to wa k the dis tance, partly out of economy, but princi pally because it would enable him to see the country at his leisure. During the .nil lie succeeded In selling both books, which relieved him of the burden of carrying tiiem, leayiog mm v.v his- valise. Wnitnr was strong and stout, nnd en joyed his walk. There was a freshness '.i it ohmit his nresent mode ol film iiuivii- - nr- ,hiMi ha liked. He did not imagin be should like to be a book agent all bw iif- but for a time he. found It quite He stopped under the shade of a tarco elm and ate the lunch which ho had bt ought with him from the inn. The sandwiches and apples were good, and, witn ino audition of some water from a stream near by, made a very acceptable luncn. When he resumed bis walk after resting a couple of hours, tho weather had changed. In the morning it was bright sunshine. Now the clouds had gathered, and n storm seemed imminent. To make matters worse, Walter had manned to stray from tho road. Ho found himself walking in a narrow lane, lined on either side by thick woods. Soon tho rain came pattering down, at first in small drops. but quickly poured down in a drenching shower. Walter took refuge in tho woods, congratulating himself that ho had sold the books, which otherwise would ".lave run tho risk of being spoiled. I wish there were some house nearby In which I could rest," thought Walter. Tho prospect of being benighted in tho oods in such weather was far ftom pleasant. Looking around anxiously, he espied a mall footpath, which he followed, honing. but hardly expecting, that It might lead to some place of refuge. To his agree able surprise he emerged after a few min utes into a small clearing, perhaps half an acre In extent, in tho middle of which was a rough cabin. It .was n strange place for a house, but, rude as it was, Walter, bailed its appearance with ioy. At all events It promised protection from the weather, and the people who occu pied It would doubtless be willing to glv- him, for pay, of course, supper and lodg ing. Probably the accommodations would not be first class, but our hero was pre pared to take what he could get, and be thankful for it. Accordingly he advanced fearlessly and pounded on tho door with his fist, as there was neither bell nor knocker. The door not being opened immediately, he pounded again. This time a not par ticularly musical voice was heard from within: "Is that you, Jack?" "No," answered Walter, "It isn't Jack." His voice was probably recognized as that of a .boy, and any apprehension that might have been felt by the person with in was dissipated. Walter heard a bolt withdrawn, and the door opening, reveal ed a tall, gaunt, bony woman, who ycd him in a manner which could not be con sidered very friendly or cordial. Who are you?" she demanded abrupt ly, keeping the door partly closed. I am a book agent," said Walter. Do you expect to sell any books here?" asked the woman, with grim humor. "No," said Walter, "but I have been caught in the storm, and lost my way. Can I stop- here over night If the storm should hold on?" "This Isn't a tavern," said the woman, ungraciously. No, I suppose not," said Walter; "but It will be a favor to me if you will tak? me in, and I will pay you whatever you think right. I suppose there is no tavern nearby." He half hoped there might be, for he had,already made up his mTnd that this would not be a very agreeable place to stop at. "There's one five miles off," said the woman. "That's too far to go in such weather. If you'll let me stay here, I will pay you whatever you ask. in advance. Humph ! ' said the woman, doubtful ly, "I don't know how Jack will like it.' As Walter could know nothing of the sentiments of the Jack referred to, he re mained Rilent, and waited for tho woman to make up her mind, believing that she would decide in his favor. He proved to be right. "Well," she said, half unwillingly, "I don't know but I'll take you in, though it isn't my custom to accommodate tiav-elers." "I will try not to give you much trou ble," said Walter, relieved to find that he was sure of food and shelter. "numph!" responded the woman. She led he way into the building, which appeared to contain two rooms on tho first floor, and probably the tame number of chambers above. There was no entry, but the door opened at once into the kitchen. "Come up to tho fire it you're wet," said the woman. The invitation was hospitable, but the manner was not. However, Walter was elad to accept the invitation, without thinking too mucn or toe maimer in wmcu it was expressed, for his clothes were pretty well saturated by the rain. There was no stove, but an old brick fireplace, nn which two stout logs were burning. There was one convenience, at least, uxut living in tho woods fuel was auunuant. and required nothing but the labor of cut ting It. "I think I'll take off my shoes," said Walter. "You, can if you. want to,' said his grim hostess. , .. He extended his wet feet toward the fire, nnd felt a seuse of comfort stealing over him. Ho could hear the rain fall ing fiercely against the sides of the cabin and felt glad that he was not compelled to stand the brunt of the storm. TTn looked around him guardedly, not wishing to let his hostess see that he was doing so, for she iookcci into oiiu .., mtr.ht ,.nnllv be offended. The room seem ed remarkably bare of furniture. There was an unpaintcd table, and there were also three chairs, one of which had msf Its back. These were plain wooden cha'.rs, and though tlwy appeared once to have Cn nnlntod. few vestiges of the original paint now remained. On a shelf wens n few articles of tin, but no articles of crockery were visible, except two cracked ivtthr had before this visited the dwellings of the poor, but ho .ad never seen a home po poony juuviucu what are generally regarded as me net onrlafl f life. "I wonder what horn would say if ijf should see me now," tnougnt Ynpr. ! inr hnrk to the ICssex Ulatuh cal Institute, and the friend whose studies ho shared. They seemed far away, t.tvfta doys of careless happiness, when as yet tho burdens of life wer tinfelt and scarce ly oven dreamed of. Did Walter sigh for their return? I think not, except on one nccount His father was then ailve, nnd ho would have given years of his own life to recall that loved parent from the grave. But I do not think ho would Inve cared, for tho present at least, to give up his business career, humble though it was, and go back to his studies. Ho en joyed the novelty of his position. He enjoyed even hla present adventure, in spito of tho discomforts that attended it, and there was something exciting in look TY..,.rr,fl.nlto lCxpcrlinoi.tlHfT. Tn tho ontlro ronlin of Bclcntlilo In- i. . I .-. ... .tl.lt... niAm tlltrtl vnat irni on iiicru in uuiuiuk ' v.- cstliiB and marvelous tlmn tho growth nnd development of plnntn from tho beslrnliiK or tho gerinltintlon or mo seed to tho reproduction of tho gorin. unrh rinocles of plant hits Its distinct ive chnrncter nnd life hnblts nnd only nourishes where nnturnl conditions nro fnvornhlo to Kb growth. To ntUUn nny tii.irnm of perfection, tho Boll nnd dim- . . .. ..... nto combined must bo bucii ns uiu plnnts require, although n modern to do- home Guarded ns ho had been in looktne nround him, it did not escapo without observation, fr, of.,i.,n0n nr n hnrso dcnonda crW 0f success niny bo nttnlned when Ing about him, nnd realizing that ho was largely upon tho quality of his feet. If cither of theso factors nro not exactly urn-si in a rougu cauin in uio miu&i " they nro sound nnd well tnlccn enre oi suited to its growui, out wiiu .i the woods, a thousand miles away from ... ,,, f ..., nn(1 Work well, nro ,ieflclent In nny consldernblo de but If they nro defective nnd neglected Rreo tho plnnt cirn not bo succcssiuiiy Ills lmnfnlnnsq lq linnn Iml nnd ho enn crown. except by nrtlflclnl menus not- ho tiPtiPiiiiivl on In nnv emergency, whereby the necessary nnturnl condl- vii t.i i- i nn ho iq iinhio. when his services nro nona nro crentetl. If tho chemical com- " VH J If lit 1 14 IllltlJa L 11 la ) Ik WUUft L'ltkVVi -f " .1 . . . I Isn't it?" asked tho woman, suddenly. most needed, to become partially ir not position of tho soil Is rnvoruuie, nun I don't know." said Walter, wbh nc whnllv disabled, result UK in scriouB 0llmnt c conditions Ulirnvorooie, uio to be polite. loss to IiIh owner. Hut few horses arc inMer enn bo created nrtlllclally BUcli Thats what you're thinking, I'll war- mrn .vin, ...ft rPOt. Vet tho defects nR ..rotectlon from cold nnd excessive rant," said tho .woman. "Well, yoa'ie h careful treatment nro often entire- nwit nmi ncic 0f moisture nnd, like 1215 Magna Cliarta signed br tri. not obliged to stay, if you don't want . n,so horsuB wlth B0Und w ,f tho Bol, ,8 aeilclcnt In tho John. 7 Mlt tO. . .. .... i I,., thn i 11,,. .ilnut nu 1ftrt '!, I.. . . "But T Ho wnnt tn nn.l T nm vorv '"OOIS nro pmcticniiy ruim.it UJ ClieilllCUl Clfliiuiuu ttini.ii . , w.muiyiuiii icu WUMOC to txnh- much obUgoS to yoi ! for SoienUw to Igaornnco or carelessness of blnck- Llllrc8, (lu.y cnn ,)0 lu,ded to, but In tho lake which hears hU nam" take me," said Walter, hastily. smiths. either enso tho process is inuorioun mm unv uiinmpmin di-rented tho Iroouoli "You snld you would pay in advance," The proper shoeing of horses nnd tho expensive nnd tho results uiisutisfac- near thu mouth of Die Itlchellea said the woman. general enre of their feet Is a matter tory ,ll pinntB nro Indigenous to river. So I will." said Walter, inking out that should receive tho strict attention ccrtnln kinds of soli, nnd all soils nro 1700 MndrJd entered br tlm Rn.iu ... his pockctbook, "if you will tellNno how of .., fnriPr. and vet. ns n rule, pspiwlnllv adapted to the growth of Portuguese. uiucii i uin to pay. It Is wnfnllv noclected. The farmer ,rtnlu lou may glvo me n dollar," said the . . . , ,..,., of the natural nt i woman. . . . , 4 i, . ' ,. 0.;ii.. trln. r rvTiii tiT rT n nrir-uii m iikii. nil net i v t it iinr iiitiifiifiiiriiH niili Lnni iiii.i " " kinds of plants, nnd tinturo can 17-11 Alirnnco between OcorRe II ci Improved upon In any way. nor England and Marie Tuorewi ot Auj. r iinnrinnpii's bn Biieccssfu'lly trln. Walter drew out a roll of bills, nnd, nb,0 t dotcrmlno whetlier tho nnlmnl reIne(Ucd by artificial means. In order. 1745 Loiilsbourft, N. 8., taken br ik, fho w'mnnn0n " ' s clUB Properly shod or not. nnd thereforo. to bo successful In his bus!- Hrltlnh from tho French. J She took It, glancing covetously at tho wulI Uint 18 uoniS iX0ZQ 110 BUUl"" ncss, tho runner must "kocp ciohu iu jiMi-mmm oi uunxcr inn. tnainlng money, which he replaced in his never go away and leave tho smith to nnture nnd mnri; well her wnys." lie 1778 British evacuated Philadelphia. rnmninlnt- mnnnv tvhlnli Iia ronlnrtvl pockctbook. Walter noticed the glance, slight tho work to get through with It mu8t rnl8C ony HUCj, cropH ns nro best nn.V-City 0f Arclmngcl. In lumL, ana, uiougn ue wns noi mciinca to uo sus- or ouicner us icci u nu uum "i adapted to mo sou oi um num, u v- nunsin, nenny (K-fttroyed by fire. picious, k gavo mm a vaguo iceiimr ot derstnnu ins business. cordnnce with bis anxiety. (To be continued.) KING HAHNESSED A HORSE. aieunivhtle, Jim O inter Snt By, AVatchliiR the atonnrch'a Work. experience, nnd 170.1 Union Colleen fnnn.!,i t oa.... While no dellnlto rules for shoeing .vlloliv refrn fr0m extensive oxperM tndy. N. Y. horses cnn be given, some general prln- ment8 wtj, HUC, ftH nro 0f doubtful 1812 United Stntes C.onrrM a..., --. t... 1 I... ..11 mm. i - ...... " cipicu nru uciiiiott iL-uK.n uj utiuiy. war ngninsi urcat Hrltaia. potent norsesiioers, nnmciy, uiu -.. shonld novnp ho tMit oxcent to remove Keep. Cltlekctiii nt Homo. 181B Battle of Waterloo. " . ... icin fl. a. ...... ...i. . ... iritn mnii imu lftat tiinii nil itiiti i v , .1.1. ...... iiinl iirnnipr ia n vfivr.nl nntnf Thn unntlt Ifl trllR OL . ...f.h'-" '..". "v - ----- t...,.,4 l,..l., tho frog, which is nn elnstlc cushion, "JK iickbii-wi.iK . i,..v....u-..i .... Much:trnveled ieople will testify ntended'to reduce the Impact of a ami- in view to prevent tho nnnoynnco and innt ine most stupiu peoino in me (len 8(j0ck to tho foot Tll0 mitterls whole world nrc found In .Mecklenburg. ,g nn InBtrumeilt thnt mny do nn lm Gerninny, Bays the Kansas City Star. monso nmount of ,jnmnBo In the hands Isntlves or tlint district are snld to be of jncnpubo opcrntor. Much mis even more dense tlinn the inhabitants ch!ef i8 dono by it every day. of the county of Wiltshire, bnglnnd, when the toc is too onK nIui projects nnd thnt Is saying n good deal. Tho beyond the hoof, It cnuses stumbling Inhabitants of both of these plnces will , t should be shortened. A hot Iron admit the Impeachment, but they do should never bo nppllcd to tho foot to not call It stupidity; they have nnoth- ascertain its evenness, ns ninny blnck- am vinvMf try It- Tdnit i V t nmi f If I til. . .. A 4ln tfltm I t l.i littfl -l i i ii iii u a. if a it. j. ajcj w ia&i v.i iv-i i uinii nu fin tiiitmi v u nn a in i it. it utw i rifiii w in n iihik ni iuu I'dinii -. . imu u riuc nun t-uii il miiJtiiuiuu- Iney Know it is not rigui. m.-iuL-ni -yn nppiy mo uitiiciiHiuiii. t" tt v...w of .100 Ilvci bllltr." In the United States, If n Unrfnoo between tho hoof and tho shoo Ln'a wim It iu Hllnncd over the wing. ... , ti. ...... . .... ....... . ..... .i. :. ? . ... ' ....i ..n ..i l03 'xcrmmation ot uic uurmwwu. country jutiei uiuu i uun iuu j iu niaites ine contnci less periuci "u i-- anil uy placing ine pnruuui wu . , . , ,, ,.,,.,.. a town iiitceu iiuius uuj, tits uum uu snoo necessarily icss rigm tiiiiu it uubui cncii otner ine hook cna uu mmin.vu ... n . . . niii..,.,,,. n, n-.a,. Iff l I M STOl'S FLVIKO. vi iu ul i.i rrr. I, it. In vmir ?1i.li?ll. "kv "" .'-' i .... i .... fi'iirt i ti i viiiiiuuucru in ibi . ........ - -- nrItlHh Pnrl,amcnt .inlA fa nttfirlieil I ...l.... ft la ntnilnl . i.v .iirnrinii. -n n nr. rn. KtinhNiu n r win. ii.tiil uiiu I an clticx. accounted n fool. But In Mecklenburg to be. position nnd retained by the resiliency the peasant one meets on the highways The outside of the hoof should not bo 0f tho wire. Tho hook will bo on the doesn't know, has never been there and rnsped more thnn Is necessary to clinch innCr corner of the wing nnd will pre never wants to go. Thnt Is lmperturb- the nnlls, ns this thins the crust nnd re- mJt the device from slipping off. '1 he ability. ' duces the strength of the bearing sur- chicken will thus be prevented from Tt in n mistake, however, to think face of the foot. Weakening and decay spreading the wing as required to fly that the country dullard never "scores," are sometimes tho result of this prac- nna thereby unable to get over a fence as the klni: of Wurtemburg has discov- ticc. on appiicu to me noois occasion- nto the neighbor's garden. ered. Recently that royal Indlvldunl ally during dry weather Is beneficial the Grand Duke went to shoot with Adolphus of Mecklenburg. Accompan ied by the grand duke's eldest son they drove In "a luxurious motor car to tho famous deer park at Neustrelltz. On the way they came upon a country tllt-cnrt drawn at a snnll's pace along the narrow road by n white horse. Perched on the seat were a peasant nnd his good wife. The chauffeur blew his hojn nnd much to the royal party's surprise the horse, begun to prnnco briskly. To Tell A HoMe'n Aire nirnlznl the fiUlumti-r Cien. WiIYfr President of Nicaragua. it it.it .. n i. water." nnd American traders. IS0I Alabama stink by the heanarje. Ui . tUM ,.... v. ... tutlon promulgated, Jlounc ot Corn Colin. In soiiio parts of Kuroiw corn cobs aro used for building purjioHca. Tho cobs aro collected and taken to n fac- nnd mold tlicin into diockh or vnnouK eimynnii . . . . I l -.1 UA .(....,.1 .. I , At t ... I ICn'"iiiBr iitiwvn innldcd. Tnefio diocich nro tnon uouna crejw for mlffrnKft I . .. 4.. 41...... I . . . IlOllr-" iKiliJ 't-t nnd Paracuny. rit iiinifn ini.iii wiiicr-iiiriii. mill irn . n . . ... v. lflr " I lot t .oniur muiiu t". " ready for use nrter tins irentment. vi Stnto ennltol laid nt Albany. At four vonr old eneii mw shows course, they nro much lighter thnn IH7 . illff,.,n nMumed offi four permanent teeth, whoso tables aro nricicH. are always ury, ami mane goon KOVornor geucrfll of l anaua. ut num in ... ..v .. , ,v jgn.v jjaltic cnnni opi-n uj being burneu nun convericu uuo iww cr. An t n i nonsiiriL inuuu nu i ' ----- - . ... . . mill tho hnrso nnd mrt out Of the rona wurn iu uiu Dtiiuu itui. ntu iuv.ii - icy Annciiiniiv nw,M'-" - . . . 1 " t. uu nro worn unon both of their border, many wny in wiiicii humpo hiiowh n near Hrzerum. no. l: .,' mmd nt from the side, tho corner Urea ter economy thnn Amercn does. .cn A- ltmi(n. imvc,Ic,, i WaldLei noiiK. iiiB u u j . .. ... ..... .. 'Hh.h. Ih llltle nvnr thero w h eh looh ta ... m.mnrf of .,f i,,,t tr..inL' to hiiv. the nensunt "Otn are quuu biuuii. - " -" cemetery, v,i... - 3," V.,; ... "";rtn..n.V nn ho sent waK,e-. m . rfi,UK0 ann Knrun?0 "Ilnymnrkct n.mrrm... liiu mo - , , v . fc. " - without any signs of excitement Final ly the horfio Hopped over on Its Bido nnd lay quite still Immediately out Jumped the king, tho grand duke and the koii of tho grand duke nnd came running up to the fallen horse. The grand duite made n dive at tho horse's head, his son grabbed the bridle und the king nar rowly escaped serious Injury In unfas tening the truces while the horses's hind legs were working like flails. AH this while the peasant and his good wife sat calmly on their sent nnd watched the royal trio perspire at their self-imposed task. Flnaly after a greut deul of pulling und coaxing tho white horse scrambled to Its feet und patient ly submitted to being rehnrnessed by the three pairs of hands which prob- Cot of I'Vcrtlnjf llisim. Bulletin No. 115 from the West Vlr glnia Experiment Rtntlou gives the llrst year's record with (SOO hens. It gives pictures and descriptions of houses, method of bundling, amounts, kinds nnd cost of feed und egg produc tion. Tho cost of feed for tho year was 80 cents per bend ; totnl cost $1.42 per head. The fowls averaged 1 lit eggs each, valued at $2.-1.1, so that each lieu At four nnd a half years the nippers returned a net profit of $1.01. show wear on both edges. The conior teeth and tho hook or canlno teeth nro In evidence. Iloiv In KVctl Out Hlliintv Owing to tho constant contact of the air with tho top layer of sllngo It Is necessary to removo a horizontal Inyer of sllngo to a depth of not less than Wllllnm. jOOO Spni" ceded tho Caroline Iitan Germany. 11)03 lieginn, nnsKimt"v rated an a city. . .... . . ... .I..... ... rn m ium luir. tiki i' ri'iiL-n i-imiui'v. nrotm the ns intimi ni , lllg uiKirii-i tv ' . . ..I x- vi, tMin the firtN H. nnnatntPtloll Of tll " . . II I,l,,nt KrtOSCVCII nuppiy. ... i -"" a treaty wlUi BantoPoPla. Depth of Cyclone., From the study of clouds an ofllclal . ... i, l.n.l .Tnnn ui.oli liiml. I 4-lm rT.iltnrl Kfntlu WlMltlmr Ttlini:! I nmy never uvimv " - ,, in.i1i ,ii -.. deciueu to imr uu -ho bio work. When everything wns In concludes that tho ordinary cyclones 7;" "V.," " 7f " t Z. ns teachers In the uune ... 1 ...i.ii, irl..i. niir nmiiitrir frnm tvout VOIIl llliy tlOIll Spoiling. IT (HIS rilCl ka M. order nuiuii. 11112 unum ituivu ........i... tttuii i.,.w ... ...... --.. t-. . . ... ... , ....... wer ij . mm ...it he peasant 'a piece of money. to east are not more than two or three , ' ' IIS', 'lis o " M "There tliere, my good man," ho miles In depth, ulthough their diameter its diameter can bo m do such as to griuimted spvch ud nt said S nil right this time, anyhow. ,s many hundreds of miles. In other 1 0 ''"f ' whom 1ms lcarne.1 n trade, Iu Si v ,1 ten vour cronies that the words, their motion does not affect tho " ln ly with the amount of , ncftdomc training. on 1 . ul n L lu bllHdlng to 1)0 cn:y" - , d huIiooI for tho deaf, wine" . rf. .rrntui iinko nnd Ills son picked -up your uiper regions of tho atmosphere. i.,.rUrt nnd tho klni: of Wurtemburg In tho case of hurricanes, thlB nu- :. ,. thnrltv flndH thnt tho dettth Is trreater. .. .V .' Htiliool for tho tieni, . .. , ueipeti iiiem. - ; , .. " , ' tuo (iisirimiuou or mamma s over , rjinno nnd s to ue ''" amounting to as much as live or six .m.u (Ili..inu u to $50,000 nnu . . . 1 ntii.tu mil- iiirrimi- nitrrotirn 1 mv tiirfpr. 1 ... . tint. . ... tin in mi... ii..f,.rt liftitriciitin. 1 . .... . XT..-,. 1 ...ak ,1,1 v. ...1 lm,. t,-i..h.... -...11 . r ijib i-' - " . .. . ... .. t ""'" .-......... .vi.t.ri'u llllll I ll.l,lnnr norilliui' . I An olilclal of the Department or tno ly nennw im ... ,...t.u, u , families In coimiuni. L ncsotn noUHcd the tn t n.. i.w.i.iont nt 0110 of nreiiB which produco storms nnd fn ...., , , ' , """"' of .Minncsoin . ; ,. . , s 0ittw .uur.ut : ' . ii,,, 1,.. u..H,or nt ti n Hurfneo of tho enrth. aw" " ."mm lm' uo. Mf . mv" Z L xtU 10 government bv..u"i t . . deer line niooso. beavers, win rre nnd nt t h c oo 01 wo . Interior li. i.trn n. r" - - ., ......... 1 i dlans, "v" "v ' . - rabbits llvo all nround tho Northorn bo graduated. .. ,a A patronizing .young woman of Cln- or ideas concerning tho circulation of IIemlHnhcr0i Tl0 ,, fwuml 0J At , nnmm, meeting ofth tftinnnn w h uuijik diwhh i lanintoii ihhiikir nro tr KiirT'iuyin lit- nr run 3iiiiniwi ru 1 ... n 1 1 0 1- . . ti.....i nr. iwi . Institution, wiien sue came upon u AKrieuU..rni i'ct. terest to tho naturalists. Tn.lloii itlrl of perhaps 10 years iwwt...0 - 1 Mn uniir iiiivu ul:uii inu liiviiitihi . ... n'lm ituiliiii c r was loiiini ng ... ... . . .. . ... U cold-lenucu . fl,.i. iu 11st. n- - - caiJgeti by tno noauer a icaiiess, twin- tio euro 01 siicvu. ' . ,, v tho cntiro iiiipUIub, which tho girl from Clncin- n,ntthnt ,io,rn i.. nvnrf.,ndlntf or Huddon Znna t At Hcno, Nev., tno e n..ti wntched for soiiio moments In si- ,' .., .,.,,. ........ ...... ... . I IlPf.n IMMllL'lt U.V IIIU t.'tvllL.ll t I UOIUII.JL I HU.Jt l.l 1VIJ I .iwii, 1.. Ill If I llUlt Wlflll ,cnce. The" she said to tho Indian - ; uiI)ortntlon juto ! ;vm)t of 0Xl!rdlte, If t actmU rTo to flW - .1 nii nirv. il in 11 t ut iiiiixu ii ail iuiiil ii i ii i i win lwiiu ii'iitw iu liiu iiuiTiiiiiiiiiiir nr i i. ivrn iiiiiiiu i v-- nin ri Tho Sioux raised nor head s owiy nttncMlg nml jeHtroylng hops, the loss of wool among owes. and University of Nevada pj from her work nml gliineen coiaiy at . oil iioiih trimntnna nml mn.io t .. i.ni.lluli cilwn.lw...t . H.nl,nii mill his lUOtllC' ..It from her her Interrogator, her eyes again sunl "aro youV" ..v. I. ,.nH,.,l VIIIUD. v.... , , ...... iJll iw..hl'" ..vi.v.u UVHIK IIBKCa .. ... nnU&R " 7 ; to her napkins; . 7... " ,'",,,.ou BUC' ki,7. i.w In Alabama, w. a-o( iimeo u ivniK K'liu.i un wiij j.it.j nnv iiih- j-i'mh iu tno huuw ruiir to. ri'ttiiiwi , it'iv. i i ..... .mi couu. . trlct. It Is most difficult to get rid oft two thlngs-illwnyH having my ontrnJJ" 1? Avenue, tl.o anU-P ,.nn ...I vovonUC. tl'W M ',Jt I . 1 ..nctlliilna n nnfinnnnnt nniiitn nt I . .1 l.. ...nil. In II... I,.. I.... , . . WW milium "'- , ,. .leienll unit v....-...... r - tiitiitcu iv .... nv .i.timt, nun 10 . . snecIai eiecn"i m "I . l " " " 1 iinx eiy to inu iiirmur. vutting uowu, ways being pome to ino judge, no unit. iAUV n boocuvi usii s " H'frt'K hu. m burning and poison hnv6 all been tried ter what position ho placed the exhibit leaving tho schools ww n: -nMoM. mil tets lo tho em 1 ,Ml llH(ltHfctoi'v results. in." t?x'!T H .Hunt.. , - - - BUPPW III Biii.r i ' agreeable.