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B, Mi TWwia.
LTl A Hush.
X. U HartMll.
Kid T jRkoep,
1). II. Abraham,
I Addrea of ait lMvo, r, h. .)
Clmkid PHt. Court,
A. f OlirMy,
JHat, AH JKJSIM. Cevrt.'J. A, Anelita,
1 ' COlM'Y USrIUKH!.
llVIWtUiaa llVTa i. -Vfriwtll(WH Hi truililIlM
t' VVT ' Tho. . IJnuu, Sllrt-rOlly.
, Joan llrssnw, Ofioraetown.
PlwrlR,. II. II. Yilttilll,Hliri.r CHy.
jrrovM jaae w, u, nuitnan, mivcr rny,
I rouato (Jlark. A. It MoroJwsd.sllrorllllir.
AMttwir. ll.UlMirn, Umlbur
Tv.a.niVr, Mi Vf. Will, ,ytrJJly.
int()so of ih fc, 8owi Fitld,
touatsbl, TnnV WcUllnear
'riiiurrt", J trli a Uorbett,
Jlark, t.mili Altraaii
luy (Juilom Collator, W . II, llntlion
tieft.njr' IahIra No. 12 F. A A. XI.
more aruii uuri'ini-A or inoiitu,
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gtgtt. (w WWIIIB 4MIIHUII uv(jr.
Demlhe Chapter No. 5 V. A A. M.
ipet'4Jb -Thursday of month.
I Flelihmn,E. II. I.
Peatnsn Field accty
Doming Council No. 1 F. it A. M.
meal lot Tmimlsy of mouth.
J. It. IJen.tl V. I. M.
LouU Altmnn Roconlor.
MeOrorty Commnmlery No. -I meoi
Snd 'i'biinHlny of month.
Jrti. liana K, u.
Hcninsu Flel.l Kccoriler.
Jfttbodlit Church i Htimlttjr icliool 10
m.ui. Preaching 11 a. in. and 730 p.
in, Prjf turctlnir Wednesday TiUO
p. ni. KOUT. HODUSOHi J'tfllor,
4 ConRTfiffttloiiftl Church) I'renolilnjr,
tory uuiiday at 11 a, in. ami 7:3Up. tu.
fijyiday.Scliool 10 a. in. Prnjrer mcrt-
Friday at 4 p, in. Coinruunloii lit
fluuday In January. March, do.
A, hi. Pirca, Pastor.
Xplicopal Clmrch; Now bring vrtoted.
BAIIJtUAU TIME TAULE.
A. T.1Th. P.
No. 737 arrivn from the unit at 11 :-tft am
depnru for Silver City llilOniii
Noi 734 arrlvenfromSllverClty -IsOO pin
" departs for the tint at -I :'M pin
All oonueutlnji with trnln lo and from
No, 30 mlvei from Kl Pao at 7:10 pin
, depart for the weit at 8rt)0 iim
KoillB Rrrlvettrom the wcit at 3:20 am
A,,. .aeparti for El Pnn at I'.s'.K) am
y . 11. J. MgQUlN, Aot,
Dkmino, SteuitA Madhk As Pacivio.
irirRiimr uoiitiriioiion Train.
GENTLE NIGHT EYES.
flnll Met)! ejm of inlmr, 'neotli Uium far atrijr
TVIwfi) tint tropical un iliiidi ll clnrr of rol.L
Ho th pilgrim, ixtcocluniioj wltli tliy Uugblns
iKor tlm wotcoinlnn nUnet ht no tuoro nuy b
Rn jclitrnii may I Iw IVurl fif din AntHM claim,
But IU trJunt oil How iim, tlmuli to BauJy, are
To tlw Illy ami moo, wlilf U ua thy chwlti ily
Knr inlrnirlne tmt fit-k lu vnltrri tt eroctL
Many cool larlt louulAliia In inarblo Uoli ilance,
Tirt how lifctvti mid Uiiziikl U Vffy tuch coon.
Wlirn ciii(mJ wlUi Uiy bright ail ciiniiurJ
Tboujli the moonllshliuanrimi Ilia lulronr falu.
And the Llnta kin a Rnyly, the llowrn bloom
Me who one auarrtl Ihunwllh thee now ralnly
IxajCUMi wark the achantiiwiitof each dear
flttitlo Kliht rtr. aillrul In aoiua ninllo bemnd
When tiar are more lln.1. 1 may nit! thin
Bui III! Dim Ihbi poor hrart, crrr eonalant and
'Shall rwal Hum with plcoaure where pleaaure
In n iowii of tlio Old Colony,
Ifiuwjicliunvtti. tlicrti foriiiarlr llvoil
iiiiin who wiui In lib own way eoino
IUiij of n iilmmctrr. When n boy. no
eonliiig to tlio tmditlon, ho wiut niimlng
to luiul olt it door, of which ho itml lili
Alitor woro In punnilt, when the old
iflnn ahoutod after lilm, "Strtntk It,
Haiiil" Bnni "Htrenliwl If'whothcr
or Dot ho bonded oft tlio dwr wo lira
noL llifonuoil iiil wiw known thenew
tiirHt m "fitronhlt 8nui."
Htmtklt Run llrod on the hnnka of
ono of tlio bountiful rKiudu with which
tlio totfli Unbtindantly euppllMl; but
wjilts lie wiv a lovw of anort he wm
kImi n strict nbwrver of flimdny, mid
would iiovcrnllow nny llihtim on that
dny, ix'tm ncrupiilmiH ikjiwiih Tmd nioro
tlinn one tried to hlro hit bont for that
pitrpomn but nlwnyM In vnln. nnd ono
Kuitday toino iHirtniuCu dotormliiml to
itcnl whnt Uiejr could not gut by boucet
U'liij Iwnt wm found near tlio ehore,
nt of ilKbt of tlio houe, but liuot
im?" Ir'1'i"1 wntor 14 "wvy rnln of
ilia nlKlitlvcforo. 'l'ho men woritwl with
trilo lUhcnumiVtvitlonco to bull It out,
toMKVNi"'' oklnHoftly nil tlio while,
thoTigli It took a long tlnio to empty m
lftrnv a bont with n tiitall a bulling
"There, hnrl." anttl llm l.in.ln. m l.
tftrew tho liutdUhfitl ovorbonrtl. "(ho'ii
Wttily nt lnt. Now for Homo emirt."
Id ft drnwllng vhlea bohlin
t L ryvu im
tbo lUihJuw, "Iiii Pm the nmn tjmt'a
' mm w imvo tiw tiMitv. i iti von
p5in encnkln' over hero, nn' 1 como
ov to say yer tmn't Imvo no boot of
www to ro iHlehln' In Huntlny."
"Why In llmo couldn't you any aobo
f ow - wn bailed nil thle wnter outr
ffroNl ono of the num. nbtrrlly.
' Uw owner dmwlwl, with ft
ill ttriailtU tn lilaavu "I 111... ...lit I i.i.t I...
' i Iff ""' i'"ii! l ini ra
kM HbWflf . iwrHten to yrfr fo lull Iter
t4 m" 1 tmcr like fo Iwtk riftih a
A 11 1 I ll d rnllMMnl..M
Mew nt the ! Khbw Mnettf
Wftde, tli bk UmM HUMtlff. U Hm
Mtw. It ttt oniltit o tit tkya at
tlt wak you mhy WaA oli4ttily
itrolltng about Uw Ihwii, or lyliiK grH
fully hk', wIUi hit grand hmd bo
tweeii liM lorejutwion tlw poroh. Hut
on the avenUi d(V lltwrally the tov
th of tlw week, (Saturday after
brwkfiwt, nt which meal he nlwitys on
Unit day refnawi to participate. Wndi
Inmlably rcooiilAnleK hU majter'it
mitn to the ntll.roa station. Evory
dfty. by a oortnlil monihig trnln, tlio
iiipplloa ot meat, grfiecrlec, eto , como
down to tho JiolKlilioriug mliroiul ntit
Hon, nnd tho hired man gwn to fetch
tliein. On ftvo dftya for Sttudny U
out of tho count, of cottrro ho gwe
ftlono. Whmt Hutunlay coitiea ho luui
Wado for a comjwnlon.
Why doe Wado cat m brcakfiuit on
Bntiirdnyal Why iloclio on thnttnom
lug itlouo, nnd then uninvited, go down
to tho railroad vtnUoitf
On Haturday tho butcher put Into
tho bflkot for this houiieliold. it piece
of moat wpcolally tor tho lonlly man
tin. Wado know that a nook of beef
or eotiio other uholeo luoreel, Is lib) ovury
Saturday morning. IIo refute to nK)II
hi! npiK-tlto, therefore, by eating tlio
tubal lirwkftut prepared for lilm, nnd
bo wntohc for the deMtrtuni of tho
hired man only on tlmt particular iiiom
log. Wado inuit havo dono como docp
thhiklugi ho muxt bo ablo to count tho
daym Haturday i llko all other dayi
In that hotuohold, yet Wado know! It
directly ho wake, and Arranges Ida pro
gmiuino In oecortbuico with hU faro
knowledge of tho butclior'e provision
for lUm. That la tj nay, tlio niaxtin
cxcrcUce tho rational poworaf which
man would fain penundo hlmaelf hn
hue tlio monopoly. To echo tlui pan
el 'trnto oiolnmatlon of many a llttlo
child: "Oh, that dogs could talkl"
Whnt tttortllng rovulutlotw tlioy might
Miakol Pittsburg Dupatch.
Illamarek'a l'rraence of Mind.
OllO of tlio itoriee now imtnir iha
round! tulU of Uuminrck'a clovnr mm
to aavo a friend fmin doath. Itacomi
that DUmarck nnd tills frlntul mm ,u,t
I'Miiting ono day, and tlio friend Inoau
tloiuly w.lkud oil into n moras from
which ho could not oxtricato hlnuolf.
Fucllutr hlmolf DTIlduallv alllklurr Um
iliifortuuato follow cried out. In
iimrok: "For (lod'a sako como tn mv
help, or I ahall bo lost In tills pilclt'
luuid," Dlemarck eaw that tho danger
was groat, but ho retained bin prcwince
of iiilud, "No," cried DUmarck. "1
will not venture Into tlw monuw, for
then I khould Iks lout, too. It Is ovl
dcat that your end Is Inovltnblot there
foro. to rollovo von from hn pnml
agony of elow death, I will shoot you."
ineroioro liumarcK coolly luvclcd
his rlllu at his llounderlng friond.
"Keep qtilot," cried IJIjnmrckj "I
cannot take correct aim. ltiniotiitur
that In order to put you at otico out of
misery l must snoot you through tho
Tho shoeklne bnitnlltv of this mm.
gmtluti drtivo all fear of tlio jnoraw out
ot tno iricmrs mimlt tho unlucUynbap
thought only of dodging lUsmarck's
bullet, nnd with this In ml nil hn ctnin.
gled so violently that finally, by id.
most suKrliuman ellortn, bo succeeded
In laying hold of the root of an old
trco and thereby bo reiauoil blmimir
"It was your presenuo of mind that
savoa mo," no confewvd to ulsmarnkt
"In no other way could my oxtrication
from tho nulckstuids hnvo been iwrnm.
pllshod." Etigono I'jild la Chicago
Tim IncoiiTf ulanca of Italnff TVUo.
A certabi learned doctor had been
pronoblng In a country church and was
Oil Ills WIIV Imok llflilll An tin huIii
along ho full Into a theological tncHtlttv
tion, tackling sovoral still dogmatical
ucstious, and coti!opieutly ho utterly
luat Ills wav. At Inxt Im-nn.f nimntilro.
man, of whom ho asked the way to
Uut the oountry'tuan know hliu nnd
"Why, mnstcr, you're iui honest man,
Indeed. I heard you prench In our
church, and liuver Imnnl u IwiIIkp it.
iiioii lu my life. I should llko to hear
auwn sucu eenuoiiH." "Well, well,
my good friend, 1 hope to say n few
moru words In siinsiiii wiiiin titlim. Ilmni
but toll mo tho why to Savnnnloiw"
"nny, liny," wild tlio countryman,
"mnv find keen inn from mmli nm.
sumptuoiiKiiessI to tench it malt who
a t .
KunwHiivoryiiiiugi you nro lauglUngat
mo. iinmter. Whv. hn' tlf tin nl.ll.l ri
kllOW the wav to Havnllliliinia. nmt nm
you. who knows nil things, Ignorant of
sucn n nine nmitorr ruiy. 'tis not IIlto
ly, master, flod keep you," And so
ho left hliii.-lJerviilde do Vcrvilla
Vllifn Vim Hri Out n Tree.
It Is said that tho soil around an old
troo. wtpealnlly a dead puo. Is niifiivor
altlo tn the growth of n young onoi
probably bncatiaii ths sail Is eluitistl
on soma litiHirtnut fwxl element, which
nmy have mused the donth of tho old
trw. If a young troo is sot lu piano of
mi kiii, it is nest to remove a large por
tion of tlio old soil and replace it with
new If you want tho young tree to
thrive. Homo and Farm.
Ilaitvrit fur Hint.
A poor old countryman was lying on
his deathbed and tho priest was telling
him of the life to come, that ho might
not sorrow uftorthe life he was leaving.
"After tho judgment day," ipioth tho
good nrlwt. "every mountain mid hill
hliull 1k brought low and ovcry valley
sliull ltd otaltcd."
"Well, well," said tho coimtrjuian,
"Hint will bo a fwamis huid fortu jwor
wagoners. "- Exchange.
Trtmiglit Hh Uwil llolh Vnt,
TliBiup rnttlety-lMing went tho plnnp.
"What are you trying to piny, Jiinof"
called out her father from tho ulxt
"It's an werelsei 'First steps ln'inu
slo,' " she answered.
"Well, Is liter nothing you cnnplwy
with your hand." h iwkedfi
A blaelc llutliiaia,
"How's your buslneast"
'What Hub at youinr
Mas tu Hanaro Of
Dnmttel W. King, at tho lie it of one
ot the Urgest legnl eollsetloit eoneenii
In tho eotiiitry, has met and Seen every
type of man. From his observations
ho has Hindu tho following deductions,
had them printed, and hung hi his
Hewnro of tlio ninn who "'woarsby
all tho gods nt wm," or ono nt n time,,
for that mntter.
Of the matt who slaps you between
the shoulders nnd colls you "old man."
No amount of familiarity Is on excuse
Of tho mart wlro hyphenates Ids
words with "ora."
Of the man whoso Mlutn,tloil br
"What's tho uewsf"
Of tho man who asks you, when ho
hits seen you epstik to ohotlur, "Who's
your friend I"
Of the man who asks you "Whoro
did you get It!"
Otthomnn who In leaving soys, "8co
Of tho man who pokes you In tho
ribs when ho Is talking.
Of tho mnii who adjust tho lapnl of
your coat or rubs one sleovo, or both,
when ho Is talking to you.
Of tho mini who talks to yoti on tho
train, or on a street car, when hounvor
saV you before, utiles thcro Is n public
crisis. Victor Hugo says thnt such
salutations show public anxiety, and
nro only excusable when thcro Is public
excitement, ftotuibln follow, thnt Hugo,
Of a nmn who occupies it whole tabto
tn tlio writing room of a hotel.
Of the man who can't get out of a
Cliair without kicking It from undo;
Of tho mnn who drops Into n drug
storo to look up a name lu tlio illrootory
and litmus onto tho book as If it were
a now novel when ho sees three or four
others waiting to look up names.
Of the man who stands at the box
ofllco of n theatre when Iicro Is a
crowd back of lilm, talking about best
scats and other topics.
Tho woman who will do this Is no
better. 8ho isn't as good us a man.
Finally Uowaro of tlio man who
comes but nover goes, and of his coin
patilon picture, tho man who starts to
go but doesn't Chicago Tribune
A ltseholor'a Lsruout,
I am living with a married sister, who
has a baby about fourteen months old,
that Is tho pest of my llfot and tho fact
that It Is named after mo does not In
tlio least diminish Its dlftngrconbtoncs,
although tho naming of It for Its Undo
Anthony was and Is considered tho
highest compliment that could bo paid
to any human being) but ant a lacli
olor and shall dlo rich. That baby
my tiephow, namosako and godson
rules tho house In every posslhla (mid I
might and will say Impossible) rcpect.
The wholo domestic economy of tho
household Is conceived mid executed
solely with roferenco to that dlnbollcnl
urchin's. wants or rather, Its supposed
wants. I am constantly compelled to
do this, and .mi provoutod doing that,
and solicited to do the other thing,
cither because tlio dolus or tho not
doing of the thing to bo dono or not to
bo done may, can, uuut, might, could,
would or should, or mnyu't, can't,
mustn't, mlnhtu'L couldn't, wouldn't
or shouldn't bo good or bad for the
llttlo Imp of pandemonium.
I am lnfostod by that baby by dny
and It haunts my dreams by night. My
wholo existence Is pervaded by It, and
umdo wretched by It, And tho worst
of It all Is, I hnvo to pretend to llko It
oven to exhibit enthusiasm over It; to
admire with especial and never Hogging
appreciation its licail, Its shoulders, Its
oyes, noso. mouth, chin, ears, hawk
fingers, thumbs, feet, too, dimples mid
ptuiuptltudosj also Its actions Its tin-
stieakably abomluablo actions. My life.
therefore, by virtue of that baby. Is a
tievor ceouiiu lie n continuous sham
nnd deceit. If the thins uoes on I stud!
bocomo utterly demoralized and bo
made miserable for the lite to como ns
well as in this present existence. Now.
not to bother you any further, what
siiau I uo? Cor. Now lork Lodger.
Center at the llnllod fllaloa.
I)o you know tho exact location of
tho center of tho Union! Never
thought anything about It, prokiltly.
Well, It Is marked by a grave that of
MnJ. Ogden, of tho United States army,
who died at Fort Utloy, Kan., In 1S3.1,
during tho cholera epidemic of that
year. Tho remains of the major wero
removed to Fort I ami veil worth mid
burled lu tho National comotery there,
hut his monument still stands Uhu a
llttlo knoll to 'he northeast of the fort
-Fort Itlloy-and It lifts Its head to
wards tho clouds In tho exact geogrophb
cnl center of the United Htates, Of
tho thousands of men who have been
located at Fort Klloy during the past
forty yours. wrlmits not one In a hundred
knew or oared anything ulwut tho odd
Ity of his situation. Tho (Hist Is it few
miles east of Juuetlon City, Kan., am)
was formerly ono of tho most huiiortatit
in tho United Htiitiv. Ht. Umls lUx
Hi A Seerat of III Csrafir.
AH this heavy, systematic robbery
was made pOMiIblo by tho fact that tho
thieving clerk never took it holiday or
a vacation: ho wits tho llrst man nt the
batik In tho morning and the Inst to
leave It nt night. Frequently he worked
nloiio by gus light. I know of more
than one great commercial cstabllali
incut in this town where the ollleurs en
force tho absolute rule that nn em
ploye shall work longer than the oth
ers, nnd that every oniployo shall take
a vacation every year and surrender his
book or department to another man,
It Wh Too Natural.
A boy lit Nliwnm Fulls learned to
hoot llko an owl, mi ns to glvo signals
when ho got out to the Indian country,
fie hooted lu the back yant of a citizen
to w-o If his Intonation was it go, and
the man caiuo out and tired n shot
which pepHW(f hint nil overund iihtioct
Mused his dentil. Detroit Free Prim
ii. . ...
GttuntrvHwnln (tliiiUlrV Would vim
be nmd If I imkeii yon t b my wlfef
Mv Crlrl (bf(Ulr).fNlti fllull i but I'd
isuuui If I wtki "yrKPttvk.
IT. A. BOLICH,
BOOTS & SHOES
A Full Lnx-
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
Aud My Stork ot
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Is the Most Compete
IN GRANT COUNTY,
Having Ilcen Helcotcd
Kspecially (Or this Mtrke!,
Fine. Shirts &
Of Evory kind and In all Sixes,
CALL AND TEST PltlCES.
Next Door lo Ut, Jfntlonnl ttnnli. Drf
FOHT CUMMINU8 LAND AND
muise, Rook1 I'oBk, (loodalRlittWnuntslns
Ktil vloinily. Urnnt and Uoim Anu conll,
JO. V, BTASI.KT, SUp't, f. O. IIOX IS, Domlns
Inoresin branded n shore, llolh osrs sr
llMsln-liolibi-d. liH'riMixenf Imrnoii, brnnded
x on loft Jaw, 8 on Inlt ahotiider.
Old horsp hrsnded Cs: left hip. andsd
dlttennl Ion Itft Jaw (Hot kept up )
f C r IrltaldK.
00 " .,
Hotlea ot I'nbllenttoii.
Und Office sTTa (Irucw, N. Jl.,
AuaHilV. ihuo. t
..Njitlfit It hwliy Blrrn jo John V, Allanl, Uhai.
II. Km III ami all otlieri that Ilia fo hiwlliif-namnl
i-lMor liaa fllrtj tiollpc- nl hi jiilriilluii Hi intU
Itnil iirmit Inaupporiot hla claim, sndlhal snpl
tirwimiu I main iMlot llnilMar anil Jliwalirr
At Ua L'ruiwa, N It., on Hani. l, I WO, vUl flyrps
A. Knowlra ol iMinltij, N. M. who mailn lid.
iiiiillwllim No. ITMtoflbsH. W. nr., Hit. S Ip.
asH.of It. a W. ' '
llaiiauiM Ilia followlnr wlliM-rae to prow hli
jumjliiom rtUiiica nHiii, audtnlUialloit ut, ld
"U'ftUj &! AtUrd. John Phllllpa, II, V. MtKeyta,
llnd WUIIaiua, all ot IH-iubip, N. M. .
pnlij tiy lii Hotitltwsalern 4t(ifijiij!n' Aso.
Clfltlim nl Dnint rotmiy. Now Mexiwi, tonus
anei nini (ionrlviHMi of any puiaoMor per.
Tht'V Warn All n..v.
Tho ihotiy theft of ittfy turd jpra
dOIS frftlil formers In small North
Athtntlo tjwH (owns by the erew of
tho innn-ofttitr VowlmUtn. noine years
imu nt, mm causeu me ottlcers to
take notion toward tvnnUtil
offenders. Tlio tnett wero all nelllled
Uint dire punlilmient would bo Inflicted
upon them It thoy continued In tlwlr
nofarloti! practice, nnd for a while n
ciucKeii con in mrou along tlio beacti
wltli tho utmost Impunity whllo tho ves
scl wtw lu jHirt. This did not last long,
liowovcr, nnd ono day whllo tho ship
was auchrriHl In a sumll seaport eotno
of tho titvn asked to bo r'j iwi-il to go
itshont. When tho otllcerif tlio deck
wan luqiortuiifd for iwrinMou ho ro
"Yes. vmi mav an. hut It 1 Imnr nl
you robbing a hen roost I will put ytra
in iiouuio irons lor twenty iiiiya,'
"Put" Iliirvnv. nn lrUltmnii ulm
acted iw sjKikesiiinu, pnxulsed tlintno
licit roosis woiiiii uo rouwu anu tlio
men loft tho shin.
Early next morning an Irnto former
- , , . ., .....
cmiin uu txmru unu sworu unit ma men
had entered his barn nnd curried oft
sovcml liuuilrtHl Kiiinds of iKmliry.
All who went iwlinro were cnllod up,
olid thoolllt'or of the dinilc. who lint.
poned to be the winio that let the luen
on, iwuueeii upon unrvoy,
"Dliln't Villi." ho Ri-lpit. "tinitnlannnt
to rob a lion house If I let yon go
"Hum 01 did. Kttr." nmllrd Mnrvne.
"WO dliln't talto n hen, sort tlilty'ro all
Harvey wns right, Thcro wero clgh
tcon ducks found when tho mess chest
wis searched, but thcro was not it sin
glo chicken among tlicin. 'Now Yoik
Talking with flovernor Bteclo tu a
man of middle ago, mcdliuii hclght
with dork whisker tinged with gniy.
and n look of determined self posses
sion. ifownsU M. Hubbard, formerly
of Ohio, who went down Into No
Man's Land four years ago. and has
been prominent In pulling order out of
chaos In that iwcullar region. "Woaro
glad, said ho, "to bo at last under a
government. Wo hnvo had to get along
tho best we could. Wo Kit up n pro
visional government. The members
labored without pay. Wo could collect
uo taxes, so tho government got along
on general Contributions from those
who felt nble to glvo.
"AtowdayHagu wo wero opprcuicdby
a rough and lawless clement m.d by
cattlemen, who thought they owned
tlio country. Uut vigilance committees
wore orgiuilzitl. who put a quietus on
tho disorderly, and tho cattlemen were
shown (lint Kill acres were as much as
ono man could grub at one time. We
hnvo not had tlio pru-emptlou mid tim
ber claim laws to hamper us, and oh n
result tho laud whloli Is taken U occu
pied by settlers and tho speculators are
"At present wo nro separated from
tho rest of Oklahoma by tho Cherokco
strip, .but In time we will he together,
ut we are already under tho territorial
govoniuictit. No Man's Lund Is 80 by
100 miles, nnd the Texas panlmndlo,
which Is now In dlNpiite, will add as
much mow to us. We have over lt?,
(MO j)opulatlou and n well wittered mid
fertile country."-Now York Ktar.
Vilim tho Old fllilpa (lo.
A man stepped Into ono of tlio ship
ping olllccs on Frjont street tho other
dny to have a look at The Maritlmo
lleglstcr. An old tea captain who had
boon reading It remarked, as the vWur
laid the sheet asldo, after mi apparent
ly fruitless bupectlon, "Don't llud what
you wero looking for, chf"
"No," was tho answer. "I was look
Ing for tho 11 , but sho Isn't listed In
"Yes. I sailed In hor twontyyearo
"Oh, well, then, sho belongs to the
Germans by this time,"
"Well, tho fJeniinns don't build ships,
loastwlso not wooden ones, so much as
somo other people do. They buy sco
ond hand ihlpi, and thoy do most of
their buying hi America. Tho Herman
merchants opcrato on smaller capital
than ours, and they can't or won't put
as much money Into timber ns thoy do
hot". They linvo n sharp oyo for liar
gains, too, let mo tell you, ami when
they llnd a tub that's somewise slow or
leaky, but preseutablo and cheap, they
buy her, copper bottom her and shirt
heron hertmvelsagaln. Iirdl There's
lots of American built ships Hying tho
Dutchman's ling nt mir wlmrves. Bomo
Norwegian! buy 'em, too, but It's mostly
Merman that get 'em."
This throws it light on old ships, but
tho plus, pianos and sowing machines
nro still to bo accounted for. Now York
Tlis Omul I.I nid After Him.
Years tigo there lived lu a town not
far from Portliuid it man of property,
education, nblllty und good Imblw. Ho
was elected seveml times to the legisla
ture, ami served with credit to himself
and to his constituent. In old ngo
misfortune oatuu upon him. He lost
all his prosrty and went to live with
Ills younger brother beenuso ho had no
where else to go.
Uut tho brother's children would not
have the old man lu the house, and or
dered the selectmen to nimovo lilm.
lie was tiikeu tu the poor farm, and
thcro ho died. Lnturiliciosanio chil
dren removed their uiiele'K remains to
tho village cemetery, und at tho head
of his gnive set up a inarhlo slab und
placed upon It this Inscription)
"Farewell, dear uncle, until wo meet
you In it Hotter Irfind." Portland Ar
um Illtndeil by l"rot.
In dipt. Nates' "Voyage to Iho Polar
fleas" Instances are mentioned hi which
the lee line collected round tl' ard
and moustaches ot (ho exjt . i so
thickly that they could not drink with
out tho greatest dllHcttlty. Hp It wm
with the eyelashes. If not removed,
the lee gradually unites at the omners
ot the eyes and eventually miU tip the
eyelid. Cases llrtVa tirred of tray
elerj baliig tmnxirsriiy blinded mid un
able to m their wy.
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