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- INDIAN VKIItllTOnr
"TMBBASI811 nOT 8 WHISTLE."
"Oi. wfcwlJc an' Til coma to you."
JuretVTyeii1ni-er ob the New Tork
a4 Mtv Eni"ant lUHrnvt hu a wcetaart
nr trh In New Union Owin. Every train
wosM wMitle a aalat t w fair iltmf, and
fCiln arm an fMrfntfv Mtr-entltllnr; that
tw authorities bar bad It toppL !
rf noon when "Thfrty-BiV 1 doe,
An'hitrnvon tlm. irtna flaiho? llfht.
An" yon Imr Her whittle, fiwMe-MnoP'
Lon 'for In pilot falar In tlaht.
An'ke'eraltiit bit '.?re1lwa.t far owav
flrrtrwd" Hurt 'lrr down y tha raltl
Vou mU hi frw h' rMusMn'i ha innws Iff DIM,
Tu-dia! ftowel TtJ-lfcet Tut"
It-ire a. m. Ibem" a local wries
Mate up r.t Hriainl, runnln fatl
An" tlrswar her whl.tlolni an' hot I
! a ltrln caution to man an Ijcast.
Every one know who Jerk Whit" ra'l
Mil In Wnodtoiry, down liy this r alUi
'fwnmctcr winter, afwar them.
e b ar lf Vrrrr cMHn' hnr nam
"Lou-nsI Lou lal lo-kr
Alsis-afly-rtxhtymican hear Twcnty-on"
p lhunlrln' wr, and of all the, scream
Tost rver startled I he r!in nun,
Jehu DaU n II Into your dreamti
3nt I don't mind lit It make mo arln
For last d'wn here where tha crrck Ida In,
HU wife, Jrni-ht, ran bear blm call.
Lmtd a a throat of r i can lwt
fins .1 ou-IHr "n, oM "Fliiy-fnnr"
Koston nprr run ea.t, clear tNrmifh
thrown brr ratlle aid rural'le- and rose
With Ibe aifle-it wMl that errr blows
An' away on lhfuM ret rd of tha town,
rwcetKueWlsibroria -jtm of brawn
Milne Ue tbc lnll bright an' dear,
Whe n be bear the whittle of Abr) Hear,
"iououoii, ruu-u-ii-ot" ,
An 'Ion at mldn'e'it a f rrlibt come In.
leans llcrlin a .tnrtime I dwit linow
tint It rnutot-a e'on with a fearful din,
7111 II ra:toi tn r-8wuh thrrr, and thrn
rh rVarrt n of lb aiflMt lri
That tot of a tr'n o4rt 1 K
wako.llle Ulnion a il of brr rtTama
I br Ukr a wnld'nt bHI II irm
'XeltXelJ, Xrli: Nell, Krll. N'Hir
An' omewbrr lal In Ih'' aftTnoon.
Vov II "! hlrtr -r n" ro'treakln" wmI;
ll'a loraL frora HanforJ; nmiM tuna
l-w -t for lie air! that lore him bt,
Tom Wllarn rVri on Ihe t lht hand aids,
lilrln' brrrt a-n at emf atri let
An' ha torn ho tbp whimb-, low an- drar,
I'or Lulu tlray, on the bill, to brar
ftolt cn'trnalldaran' allnli'iL
Till IhnoM fn'k turpi me I Ihctblnra tmrei
OM niaM and iMcbr'ora ur It aln t rlrhl
I'or folki lodurnurtln' with aucharoar.
Mot the nlncTM thlr kli wfl Mow
From a whiitloralrr In I ho rirltlhcy know,
Au tbf atokara tha nmi of tnlr wrrlhsarti
fTllk lh l!o't! Noll I IMII of tbr wJliiif
II. J. Purdtttf, In IMi.
rosTiui: ot stated.
I ttm 1, ovci7jmwn, nwkwanl nnil
Utecti. nilli n wnalliiCi)nciointiOAa
that my liani! ami Icrl were rory l.trm.
nml Iho niMcil iii!cry, in the cum) of tiio
former mrinbcrx. tlml lliey were nXvtayt
rc!, and I never knew wlint to l with
them M'licn In ctinnnr. I wm niak
Ing a Tia'tln'j ill Kranifniother'silfllxlit
fiil, oM-fnsliloneil country liorat, when
wio nmrninv tliu ilcar cl I ladjr called
mo lo her.
"Here Id onicthlng for you, Jim."
thr raiil. "an Inrilation to a children's
party at Mr. KdwnrdtV
"I'htldren'a jiarty,'' rcitratwl, prol
')ly, yi Itli a ahado of acorn in rnr voice.
m indicatiiix tiiat I ui no longer
to lm placol in that juvenile category.
'.ot cmmrcR exactly, ' correciea
enmilma. with a smilo atmr masculine
iKenlir. "YoimrriK'oiilc. 1 should havo
said. Mr. Kd wards' daughter t'lor-
aum l fmirtnri .nil Turn lli'rnn nml
trnta Is fourteen, and Tom llvrno and
all tho Ikivs -young men, I should sav,''
with a twinkle of amusement "wllf bo
I had xnnilry misgivings that I should
not enjoy the iiartv at all, living as yet
very much afraid of girls, though be
ginning to Hilmlro them as mysterious
and lacinat:ng bciiigs. lluwevur, I
awciitcd tho invitation, as 1 found that
n'l ihe loj s I knew were going, and
1 party was to bo quite a "swell'' af
fair for the village.
When tho evening camo It found mo
with the rest, seated In a large parlor,
very unhappy because of my arms and
hands, which would by no means ar
range tuircsclvot In any gracoful or
becoming maimer, and extremely badi-
mi, inn lull ot aiimiraiion lor a lovely
I lack-tcd girl abjut a year younger
- "I Hti
tli.ir f '
t IMI 1
s- ly j
-1 - d.Mi
r plat .J .
i) t i
-m-U- U-Ult MSWS?JBg
1 r t f-.i
' .' tie ,i-
" . I prti-
dcor a few Inches.
" What do you wanl?" ho asked.
"There is n loltcv here," abo replied.
"r'or Mr. James Hill."
"How much to pay?"
" l'ostago not stated," was the faint
Tiicy all laughed loudly and lookod
nt tne, for that was my name. The
blood rushed in crimwu Hoods to my
face, I got on to my feet tomehow,
and with my heart torn between a wild
dcfclru to go Int.) that hall and a wieh to
link iitwrfy away from human kind, I
(tumbled o:it of the room,
The door was closed teliind roe and
I found myself almokt In darkness, as
the hall was but dimly lighted. I
paused jiiiomeiir and then 1 heard the
-IPjtswqdOWaH'Anitj-iu, lj,r, i, Ms.jl' ;
i. Ulie 1'ostmastcr openciilJOTcJmrirroiiiet'
fftlnt mind of 'iiilck briihUiz nnother
fceirtWM hntinjc w riolonUy a mj
ovn. For mce In mt life I knew what
to do With my arm I caught hoirt ni
her. I acarccly know hovr. The dark-
nri pave mo conrae and I held her in
a clo clivip. and preeil my Iii to ,
her check In thrtm or four rapid, half- j
Irt'htr'neu kuei, before ine eouhi ire i
herself from mr embrace.
There, thero! Mr. Hill," the aald.
with a faint, rnevrr laugh, don't b to
ba.hful again. I'm ure ytru arc bold
"Hare 1 paid my postage?" J stam
mered. Indeed, yea; enough ami to apare.
Come, let ti gti back to the parlor. '
She led me in, a wfliing prfoncr, and
the ret of the evening I wa her bond
flare; her partner In ail game., her
companion in the daneo (wherWn I ex
celled the country boyi, and gloried In
my aeeompllshmenU, ami, at lat,
crowning delight of the craning, her ov
Thbi wai all. The ncxtilny 1 returnod
to my home in the city, and Mabel
llyrne lcame only a memory; Mrong
at t)nl, fainter in lime went on, but
wceta.way. When I aw other girl
I compared them mentally with the
ph-turo mr imagination painted of
Mabel, and they neror seemed half co
fair and atteet a (lie.
Hut thcr I did not aee many other
girl. My bajlifiilnoM, Intload of
dimlnliihlng. seemed rather to lnereae
tiKin mo aa the rear wont by. I
a roided society, and win hi much of a
ncluc from lajios that my mother was
cjmUp worrieil Iwt I hotild become 1
cvtiHrmod oll bscholor. IVrhain one
rmwli wliy I jt-Uined my ilillhlenee .
was lhatmy puriUs were among books, j
am. ? li.onlo. i iiail made
tbw scionc rt ' oh2T my study, and at
twenty -n n founil myself In a eom
fortab' position as ajfitant pnifesMir
li one w.' our bot oolletM, the satbirr of
which, with my own Income added,
making mo so far at en.; that I resolved
to devote my summer Motion to a tour
Kqulppetl with bag and hammer,
Augmt found me making a lestrian
tour of Switzerland, with a special view
to the study of Its glnoi.il si stem, ami
llthology. I avoided the well-traveled
ways, thu neaping the society of all
other touriils, and I was thorofure ut
terly amazed when one evening, as I
draw noar the little hou which was
my temMirary abiding pUee, a tall
form ulro-le lownrd mo nut of the dark
nom and a honrty voice eried out.
".Ilm! Jim Ilflir
"What Is it?" I replied. wHth a half.
"Ah! I thought it was my old friend.
Have jou forgotten Tom Ilynio?"
Of course not, fur I had met him oc
." 'onally l.ico wo were boys, and I
wat heartily glad to see tW former
comrade, always one of tlio bast ol ocm
panionx. "I taw your name on the Itook at the
Inn," he exclaimed; "was sure It must
be ou. At any rate I thought I would
start out to meet you.'
"Hut how camo you here?" I In
oulrwl, "in this out of tho way corner
of the world?"
"Hoenuto it U out of tlio way. Mabel
and 1 are making a tr p la search of the
p cturusque. You know she Is quite an
So Mabel was with him. My heart
gave a curious thump, and for a mo
ment I could hardly make a sensible
"Yes " ho went on; "she Is so devotod
to her art that it ccmj to .quite absorb
her life. She has not thought of mar-
ringc. and does not care In the least for
tlio ordinary run of )ietv. She will
lio clad to see vou. though.'
consolingly, "as yon aro a man of
We walked back together to the littlo
inn, and presently I was shaking hands
with a bcautlfnf and stately woman,
whoso bright, dark eyes tladicd with tho
strange intensity and lire that I had
ncrrrsccn in any other eyos but those
of Mabel llyrne
She grtetod mo" very cor llally, and
after wo three had taken an evening
meal together there folloned n iliilli'lit
ful evening in thojllttlo parlor that Tom
and his s'stcr had secured.
Kor once in my life 1 felt nn sdf quito
., A.. f.. . I..I..S. ....r.... f il... ,i-..
il. wmi III t mill n IMn-ii'ii. jii T )p
pla o there was Tom to keep mo
oountenaneo by a predominance ot i(v
own sax In the company, then MaVl
lid not expect mo to talk of nlnvloth.
lira, that lizlit loam of Ihesovitilwlilrl.
I I V
. I !,
1 t tv
. . i,.i
ike j. rot, , t
it'll U IH
in li i . -uiefrn
ii i. it i t.-,0.
any x wokb 10 tne otcrwcoimuig inci
ii , i .i l i . .
mat i loieti ucr nn:i iiiu uuu grvni iuvu
of my II to, that seemed to mo now to
datd from the days ot long ago, to havo
been alwajs with mo, and to streUh
out into tho future toinskeittransccud
cutly glorious, nr a long despair.
Ana yet as soon as l had 'earned my
own secret, my former baihf illness camo
back upon me with tenfold Intensity,
aud I found mysolf often embarrassed
in her presence, while at tho thought of
tolling her my heart's story, though my
brain was smitten through with dazzling
delight at thu dream of successful woo
!ng. yet I was so c vorwhelmed that ul
ternncn would, as I was sure, lie an impossibility-.
And Mabel? Her eyes were very
kind to mo. They turned to mo with a
(wfli'iiUirtrr that thri'M mfi with 1
Jjof ";. f I at'rinpte.J rrrn a I
mraidiment, I Wru'iol, flountlernl, and
On evening we or talking of all
manner of obwti, praT ml jfav. and
tto Mrared t mtt fiap", Jn p-ver. awl
eiciaHy to Uie runirim'Mi ni lot of
ome oi our ow ini.
Vou remember Ifonl, don't yon.
Hllir' aAeil To.
"Tall, baihfel fallow like me," I ml
de.1. "Ye." replieil Tom, laughing. "He
married Mb Cutting, our fnrntraihod
tearlier. I always thowghl sbe pnjjKMCil
"SentlWe glrl" I oealm-d. "I
think (t U po'lllrely a woaian's daty
fomtlmo to help a man ouL Yon re
member that book of the late Dr. Hor
ace I!linell, pdlitlthoil some year
age, enlled 'A Itoform agalntt Nature?"
In II he danouneeil the whole woman'l
rfghls morement, but maintained thai
every woman ought to have the righl I
to orujiwc inarr nze vi mc inno
I Uilnk lie imi ciemiinaiij
I jx)ke with great eagernesa, lookinf
alwatsatTom. but at the last wwd
my glanew turned lo Mabol; her eye
were fixed on mine, ami the look I md
there sent the Mood to my honrt will
such a swift, tumultttous rush, thai )
grew famt wii conliiHon, ami ptoni
lV riHhod out of the room and to bed-
tho'rgli not to steep.
The next day I went out in the after
noon by mysoff for n serainbte through
a damp anil rery rough gorge, where
Tom ami Mnbet dhl not earn to aom
tnr me I was half dad to be alone.
for I was nervotii over my antlaettv ol
the night before: yet at thought of Ala-
bet's klndlr eyea. so iiverwbalmwi with
blinding happiness, that I hail to kxA
many times at a bit of rock before I
eouhi see the strte that ilnol glaela
It wa late sunset when I resetted Ibx
Inn. The last rosy light was tlndtln;
flam al!alaai SxukUftlailn tsat'd Sftt ! la IS I
swi' liDMiiii TsTraian H3an3
marvelous beauty wbleii Is one of th
wondrous eharnn of Swiss neenery. I
mail my way witlMHtt patsse U Mnbaff
. parlor, fed there by a fow that seemed
to draw me by a power iyorni my con
trol. The room was quite dwtk and
she was alone. As I entered aba came
toward me with a quantity of letters
and papers in hr hand.
"Thrtse came while you were away,"
Mechanically I took the pajrars.
Among them tbero was a largo jncfcagt
on which I dimlr discerned the won)
"Due," followed by an illegible stamp.
"You have paid something on th'-s,
I sitd; "bow inueh wai it?"' and looked
"1'odago not statl." replied MabcL
rmniput', smilingly, she utterod the
wtinl. Then her dark ojes softened
ami falteretL Tho iKipors and lettort
wore scattered over the lloor. I had
caught ber in ray arms with all the an
daeny that had been onco before mine
In my buytsii uay.
Only now, as I pmssed pastlonale
kLssos on her brow and lips. I found
voice at last to utter thcjcarnlng that
was consuming my heart. vto J.cun'
Hit Scheme fur l'cacc.
A rather slim chap, with rippling ca
nary hair. Mopped into a fashionable os,
tabThvIiiuent wliere arms aro sold, and
called unto the alerk:
"Havo you any solf-coeklng seven
shooters? " Ye," roplleil thoolork; "wouldjou
like to look at themr
" I would.
In alxmt tnxi mlnulos thu counter
was covered with revolvers, and tho
man with oaiiary hair examined thoni
" Give mo six."
Tho olerk seemttl astonished, buttled
up tlio pbtols; at which moment tlio
customer oommeucml to fan ItlmsoM
with Ids helmet, and remarked:
"(lot anv shot-pins?"
"Yos. What kind doj'ou prefer
plain or laminatcil sleel?"
" IhJcsn't mako nny dliTernncg.
me about two of oacfi,Jt?ffrr'''
l no ciorK tiioiiTfit ho liatl strucic n
lunatic; but-dfTdldn't oaro whether ho
lunV inn unsh of n stxno man or a lu-
lialic. So ho tied tlio mins UP. and
was about to nnnoiinuu the nmoiint of
the bill, when the joung man Inquired:
"IJo you Keep oannous.'
Wf havo some niuo brass oannopi
that carry a twenty-pound solid ball."
replied tlio clork.
" Aro they mounted on wheels?"
"Then give mo three,"
Tlio ulork was considerably nmaed,
but took tho onler for tho cannons
down on uaiier, and said:
"Wow, is tiiero atiytiimg cue you
would like to see? '
" Yc; I would like very much to ice
"We have a fine stock of daggers."
replied tho clerk, ns ho placed several
spct-lmont on tho counter. "Here It
one with n solid fiber hantllo whieh
comes a Utile higher than tlio others."
" I will take six ot the silver-handled
onei. Now let me look at a fan
" What Wnd do ton want? Wo hart
n immbur ofillfforunt styles."
"What kind, for Initance?" askcO
the onnari -haired youth.
" Well, wo havo the cavalry sabor--"
"Glvo me two."
"And wo hi)Vo the cutlass."
"'rhoklltd useil by pirates?" asked
the long, Mejuler joutli. with a amik
Hint betrayed his anxiety.
"Yos, tlio very kind.''
" I will take six of them."
" Now we havo some TurkUh clma
Jars." " I want four of thorn. I alo wanl
two elaymoros, just like (io quo In tht
Tho clork took down his onler. and
began to fanoy how miioh Ills cmpioyei
would think of him for selling ituufi o
Wg bill, when thoeustomer said:
1 want half a doien Springfloli)
rillos, with bnyonoU on tbem.
" I will take onr onler nud fill it to
morrow. Is Uicro anything olse?"
"Yosi I want somu liaqioous and
" Thorn we have not In stock," oaM
the clerk; "but wo onn gat them and
deliver thorn with thu shot-guns."
.ow l want soma iianii-gronaiiat
" Wo di
lon't keen thorn. "
Don't keep thvm?" replied lh
oustomor, iu nurprho; "don't keor
' Widl, then, send all thoso things up
lo my hotel. C..0. D."
i re man prommi his oanl to tn
uluri.. .rho thankcll him for iiurohaslns
stie.li a nlee Mir bill, and said
.. i i
" I hope to see you when jou play in
"I play In Now York? I don't
Heir vour nanlon." said lhn el Jr.
1 . r V. i -----.. -- - -.-..-.
i npoiogetioauy; "I tiioiigtit you were tut
linger and star of a sensational dra
matic company, playing a Far Wed
blood-curdling piece, and that you carat
for properties "
"Oh, no," laughed tho mau with yel
lo!( hair; "I am simply going down H
Texas to start a paper. There are cen
tainlournalistlo amenities down thars
nml yiesiro 10 nuscrvo to mc Miter, i
doii'tvih to be mistaken for au nmrv
Theintimber o! country irlrls an-t-Join
toIuiiru ilress-makfnk- from i
httnxtr. Vho lather in sjxtiot floll.in
a bead mil then tleoiinps. It slmosl
aqtialtotio number of tfirl who llglii
Ores with broieuc. - lndwi.tmUt Juur
If we do not now hear of arreMJ f!m
liar to that of Turj-enefT In 1M2 foi
publNhln at Slocow Morsphy ol
lrol, lliit hail lieen Intrnlicted at St.
rcterntnirg. It U only became there li
acareelr anr new writer of Importance
I to arrcat. TnrgcnefT. aa the Jmtrnm
dt I'eUrtbhurg at. was the "Iait ves
tige of a whole literary period in Uus
la, and tlnwo who gather round hi'
grave will do so with a feeling of pro
found tlleoHragement mingled with ter
ror for the future of ltHMian literature."
One of the lat letters written by Tur
gonefrto l'.oia was nMreel to the
aiitborof dVaeeaml War.' Omni Iob
Tolstov, exhfirting him to further activ
ity. The well-known satirlrt Rohykoff.
wm writes umler the penloHyin ot
"?lehe.lrn." lias lately published t
erins of light nneedoto of such an ex
tremely st hi I character that the eritles
were eompletelv tntatlel ti aeeount fot
the falling off in the produetfcms of such
an aMP tK.n un( it rrailuallr tiawtiea
upon their eenw-rMden Intellects thai
the satire lav preeely In Ihe Intention i
of the author to convey that not hi rip
better and worthier of jientsal was pos
sible In the present state of affairs.
IVrbaps no modern Ita'stan writer bos
felt the power ot ceasor so much ai
this . The treatment of vostnger Mt
erary a'fdrants. whoo trnsibtes seMom
Iran. (tire, appears to be wore. A case
in pnot Just oeeiit i-' , for the
truth of which I can votsrh. Several
months ago a young man of some
promise tmbllsbeii a volume of poem.
composed ehiffl; of selections gathered i
irom other puMlsbeil sources, ami Im
mediately on the appearance ot the bonk,
whfoh. by the way, I think bad already
been permitted bj- the ordinary eeors.
the author was hurried before the Min
ister ot the Interior and threatened with
imprisonment ami exile. The beokf
wore all burnt, u search was stubtenly
made la bis lodgings, and he was placed
as a "sstsfioct" under the aMjiervision ol
The present state of the periodical
ami ilally pree is defdoraMe. The con
centration of the cerr authorities, foi
whieh we are mostly indebted to General
IgaaUeiT when Minlsterof the Interior,
forms a watch on every channel of the
news asd information;' ami the monop
oly of telegraphic news vested in th
Northern Agency, which has swallowed
up all oilier independent sources, it
eoually detrimental to the true interests
of struggling Journalism in Kusda.
wr. JAinaon jtme.
A JuJfc's Adtlre to a lr!oncr.
Mrs. Xorah Goodwln.whowas accused
of child murder at Castieton, Vt., ha
had a hard timo to get out of Jail, al
though the Grand Jury fnlletl to find any
Indictment agalnt her. It seems that
tho Justice who held her for the County
Court held her to the March term, at
tho present term was alread begun,
and ho had no right to make tho mitti
mus returnable to the present term.
Hut the Grand Jury empaneled for this
term Investigated her case and failed to
find a bill against her. Thereupon she
applied for discharge, but, tho mittimus
commanding her to lie held for the
March term In 1W. tho jailer had nc
right to discharge her. An application
was made Saturday for a writ of habeas
corpus from Judge Yeazey, but th
Judge said ho could do nothing, as the
mittimus appeared to lie right In every
rrsieet. 'i esterday afternoon she wa
brought Into court, but the Court said it
had no jurisdiction to order her dis
charge, as she was not held for tlili
term, anil the offense was not bailable,
butailied tho State's Attorney to enter
a nolle prosequi and notify the jailer,
and advised tho jailer to let Mrs. Good
win go if that was done, although such
procicd!ng might not bo quite regular.
As tlio la made no provldon for such
caMss as this, nml as the case had been
Investigated by tho Grand Jury, tho
Court said she ought not bo kept In jail.
Judgo Nicholson, in a characteristic re
mark, advised the woman to cut the
L'ordianJt.'mrjrf tfil. !. ?r.r!r... n
Qiyc-rRrfffng up and golmr out of tho court
House nnil making nor escape, ami so
tnking a practical way of getting her
liberty. Tliij advico he woman took,
and no ono hindered her. Rutland
( Vt.) Cor. Troy Ti'iiim.
Guariling Hie Cenlr.il rarlflcSnoirshfd.
On'the topmost height of Hcd Moun
tain a slight prominence, that looks no
larger than a bushel basket, can be seen,
which is n telephone tation established
by tho Central Pacific Jlallroad Com
pany, lids Is a homo occupied by two
watchmon, who aro on the lookout for
fires in tho snowaheds. They can take
In the whole lino ot snowsheds with
their natural sight and by the aid ol
glasses. If they observe a lire In ot
lu'ar the sheds on nny part of tho line,
they immediately notify tho station nt
Clco by their telephone line, nnd forth
with the information is sent by tele
graph to Ihe railroad station at Sacra
mento, and in a minute or two t tic ordoi
is sent up tho lino to Hlue Canyon and
tho Summit, where firo trains are con
stantly on duty, U proceed to tho point
where tho lire Is prevailing. The fire train
consists of a locomotive with two tank
cars Idled witli water, which Is thrown
with hose by a force pump. Whon the
lire trains 'are sent out they haro the
road, all other trains near the point ol
danger being stopped. Tho services ol
theo fire trains aro frequently called
upon, but they rfro so prompt in action
that they generally sulxlue tho tires be
fore niu'oli damage is done. The system
Is as near perfection as can well be
made, so that nny great destruction ol
tho sheds Is now nearly impossible
Hino (Xev.) Gaztitt.
Dick Surjet. of Orant County, Ore
gon, In attempting to swim ono ImnclroJ
anil llfly lieail ol horses across Snail
Hlvor, Ii)t forty-eight of thcra.
TIIK tlKXKUAL MAKKCT.S.
KA.NOAS CITf. Oct. 17. !
CATTL1J Sjilpplni Steers
Urht. ... .
ll.V-Crr lul, brtahl
lluicbera' clrcr .
HIIKHI'-Kklr lo choice ...
Pl.m!lt-X..V to choice
WIIKAT-Nn.: Winter . . .
COIlN-Nd inlJd! . .
le41um new leaf
iiiiiiaiikhi in cnoioe
I'llull Onmmon to choice
Hn. i Spring
ItUIK-New Meaa ....
i cotton -m Jdimr
ll(KI8-(lnol lo choice
, Ji'R-Ojodto choice
' rottK Ko, x
I OATH Western rolled
jTjiin. siaiuiuru wess
fl A IU ,
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SM fc 3;' If asaasaasaasaasavl
am nn I Ik"! I
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10 10 10 W VtLJZZadl
IS O Sea B aaaSBBSsanaaaaa'V
5 as ft SSi BBHB,,r
ia ft ion mii
I 11 ft 1 UU kaaaBJaijfl
I IB ft llfil saTTT-W
(a ft t.HV, ajv dain El
ra ft its HaHay Jlr fn
11 W OH 71 HanteStanEMi
a mrrxenrrs kxi'Ekiesce.
HU Hoffnl t'ndrrUktnf d Kcy
from s lmfxndiaff Fata- .
(nSalof?rr, Jfew. J
Ow mornlo aareral years ajo, Jtrt as
tha dull gray llaht was Get Innlar to she .
Itself In the Kast, a small band of tnta '
might ham ln '0 d.ployM aUrat a
bsuta on Farry streat, In Ihidalo. Tbera !
was nothing sfxcial either la tba drass or
apparaoe4 of tba men to indlrtita lhlr In- .
leatlen, but It was plain that ttey had '
l.lnci of ImporUnra oa hatxL Sodden- j
ly a man appeared at one of the wlndaws,
took In tba sltaatlofl at a Rlnr. asd.
swnitlnjjhlm.lf oiatward with wwdrfBt '
naif kcu, 4ld the roof ef tie hm. '
This man was Tom Ballard, the iMjtwrloas
ctrtinterf'lUr: and, annd to the teth and
fully raallslnjr hu Itastlon. he defied I
lie and theeCletali bIawhttn. Koata of j
the oflWra, knowing tha derrat eharae-
ter ot tha man, propwtd ta boot hlai tra- .
Ill he was klll.l, bst ana at the avtalf ',
prampsly P otentol, acd dtand that It ,
hit liratfia r alSeara would anl.l him ta as- ;
end wonkl eaptore tba man aliva. Ae
cordlnzly b bum the dtOnalt and dan
Ecruui talk, and art-dxl la brlBglajbU
prlvantr to the rroaied la safety.
Tba man nks srrompHiheil this task
was Jtr. TBwmasCertln,thivnet?opN'
lntan.la at CBy Tollea af Oagalw, S. V.
Mr. Cwftla Is a man whs Is kaowa by
avtry promtnaol deseetlva and r-olti-fcMa
In Amrtea, and bs stands pre-eminently
In tha froat rank af his prwfetilee. Qaset
and KaUmaly la apfmraaea aad man
ners, ha possesses a eoerac, eooWaew
wHh marke-1 rrlrl rwr. 'bat aaaka
blm Ihe terror el evll-doees and tba prW
of law-aWMlsii; eltlteas. "w pfl can
realise, however, the tiialt. expwittres, and
even prlTatkmi, to wbtcfa the raerabers at
every maaleipal poltea anH fl depart
ment are exposed. Pompeii 1 to b. an
duty at aareruaa k-oir, sasjeetel lo th
ot laelemwit wejiar-r, aim oiirn Beeet
sttated by tha aalarc vf ihHr dntlet to pre
trarte4nidrtaMt:. theTrtr a Berv
as ami physical strain thai U terrible.
Kueli wat toe experience ot Mr. Cartta la I
former days; ant It li not arprlinx that !
he foani himslf avllarlac from a mystrrt
ons phytleal trouMe. la ralalin; hl ex- ;
pertenea to a rr sastUttve ot Ihlt pt-
be said: i
"At times when I was on ilntr I wmld
feel an aaaervtintable wearln. --- Sack
of enerjrv. My appetite wn also aoeattaln.
ami my head seemed dull awl heavy. I did
not lolly aaderitam! th-e traubtai .Ml sop
osel, as mwt prpla sepposa, that I ni
aSarla: from malaria. I trIM to throw
elt tba feellar, lKt It wmtld not c. I
thnaght I mlRnt nrereome It, bat found
was mliUken, and I finally beeame ta
badly off that it was almost Imposrtbie tc
attend, to ray dalles, t bare known any
nnraber of men in tha polio aad Are de
partments of this country who have been
afaieted at t was, and I doubt not ttere
are to-day ho mire J t similarly troabled
who, like myself, did not know tha cania,
sir realty what allot tbem."
" Your present apparanrr, Mr. Cartln,
does not Indicate maeh phytleal debility,"
said the Interviewer as he looked at the SM
poandt of tone nnd muscle standing nearly
tlvs feat eleven Inchet In height bafora him.
" O, no; that It altogether a thine ot th
past, and I am happy to say that for mer
than a year I have enjoyed almost perfect
health, although I now realize that I i
n Iho road to eertnln death by Drill's
dlsoat of the kidneys aud traveling at a
very roped para."
" How dtd you coma to recover so com
pletely" "That It Juit what I want to tell yotf, for
1 believe It may bof Rreat service tonuny
others In my profesilon.who may po.sllily
hear of It. 'I brnn tho uie of a popular
remedy at the earnest toiiritation ot a
number ot frieml In this city, nnd found
to my treat cratlfieatlon that I becan feel
Inc butter. This feeling continue,!, and I
gained in strength an I rigor until nuw I
am perfectly well and wholly through tba
instrumentality of Warner's fain Care,
wbirb I hellers t bo tha lt melicln
for j-illremen, firemen, railroad men or
any other rlatt of teopl expo'! to dan
ger or n rhange ot weather, ever dliror
ered. HI do ray recorery f have recom
mended It everywhere, and never knw a
eme where it failail cither to eura or lien
rflt. 1 wonld not be without it under any
I comlderation, nnd I am po'Itiv It Is a
wonderfully valuable ami at tne tame time
entirely harmless remedy. Ided, t eo
that Dr. Ounn, dean of the United Htatet
Medical College ut New York, Indorses it
In the highest terms."
".So you oiperienco Httie dlfUculty in tha
execution of your duties now, Mr. Curtln,
'i'one whatever. Our department was
never in better condition than at pres
ent." "And da you never havo any fear of
f ome ot the desperadoes whore you have
been the meant of bringing ta juttlce?"
"Wot In the least, faeh mon do not try
to retaliate, p-.rually liecauto they have
notl)jo ejjrage, but oftener bceauso thoy
resjvct nn oltlcer who docs hit duty."
Tho policemen, flremon, letter-carriers
and other public employes in this country
Lara a narticular.v trying life. When.
therefore, a simple and pure remedy that
can restore and suttaia the health of nil
such men is found, It should bo couie. for
great congratulation, otpeclally when
recommended by such men at Muptrlntend
tnt Thomas Curtln, ot Buffalo.
A ooon prescription! "Fresh air, plain
food, early hour and plenty of exercite."
ays Mrs. Itamilxitharu," are worth all the
doctors' rostrums Iu the world." London
are mado pallid and unattractive by func
tional Irregularities, dltorders nnd weak
nrsies thai aro perfectly cured by follow
ing tho suggestions given in an illustrated
treatise (with colored plates) sentforthree
letter pottage stamps. Address WonLD'ii
Disfissakt Medical, A'TioJiUutTalo.XY.
Souxavbumsu Is bellered to hn nn un
I conscious trance-action. Somtrcille Jour
I succettfully treatel. 1'amnhlet of partlcu
. lart one stamp. Addrett om.o'H Uisrrv-
BART illUICAL AlSSOCIATIOX, llUffalo, N.Y.
To bk really laihlonnMe the lady who j
I owns n pug dog should wear a ng nose. j
I I cax BArrLT recommcnJ Ely's Cream j
' Halm for tbo euro of Catarrh, Colli in tno
1 Head, etc. lie fore I have uted the first
bottlo I purchatoil I find myself cured. At
'times I could scarcely smell anything and )
had a headacDo most or tno time, iic.inr
i Lillt, Affont for the Amortcaa Expross
Co., urana naren, aita.
Tub hotel rvk thnulil be eiven a wlda
ranxe. .V. 1". I'leavniu.
Arrxnlonz Mercury and Fotah treat
ment, I found inyt.lt a cripple from Mer
curial itheumatltm. Tried Hot Springs
two years without relief, and was finally
cured ound and Mell by the ue of tinrlfl's
Kpeclfle (rj. 8. 8.) Ciiah. Hr.no,
Hot Springs, Ark.
Tnr. inerehantwho selli fareath IHcmss
to the no-Llll-ltv. Clnttnnatt Trattttr.
InznxLt. Cou.xtt, N. C Th Ex-Kherlff,
Mr. W. K. IVatton, saysi "Ilrewn's Iron
Hitters has Improved my dlsestlan and
NOT what It I eraeke.1 up to lie A
worm-eaten nut. .V. Y. Journal.
Aa enricher of tho blood nnd purifier of ,
the system; cures lassitude and task ot ea
rrcy; such It Drown' Iran Hitters.
A rACTOrtr whieh should run full time
Satltfaetory. Ualltmore Kuril Saturday.
Kirsan. W. Va. Dr. Vt. I). Bwln ayst
"Many esteem llrown's Iron Dltters at an
S5c buy apatrof I.yon'ratent1Ieel SUJen
er and mako a boot or hoo iait twice as lour.
Vfisx'B Axle Grease never cams.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ilrtlrrc an4 rnir
8rram, Cat, Unites,
Aat all othrr lodllr aches
flflf CEKTS BQTItr.
U hy all Drariioi ui
p alert.- iJirrcuoB la II
(!. u a. roaiua o)
Aaeaaeo rtrp In tatl.!rj-. I
list of this city, Dr XJ. rnnelsco Oarrta,
memoerof tba IViyal falversily, UUs'o
that In all cases of trnoWesam neuralgia,
ariilag frwra the ttniX, bis patren ar reo
ommend-J to eta 8s. Jseebi Oil, aad tba
taost satltfaetory cares bava fattnrd. Il
Ira speelfie far teothaehe, earache, bii'f
n.t.i &1 ii n , r AalM.t tn.AhAlii BIPCl-
Wnw a noet rrenarea a tafir-wln5eil
poeaa, tot he meaiore H by taw gas eaeter
That wrnrid be a ot war to get ia tL
"ward that tears. " 7V JoAft.
Yorsa aad attddJ aged aaast safferiag
from BHieai deWllty, rresaahre cl! age,
Ww. of memory, asM kisparexi tywtpt, mi,
hMtldaeBil three ttsaan far Part VII ,f
pamphlet hteyed by Wnrtd's IMapeaiary
Medical AssoeaaUna. IbsSsiw, .N. Y.
Pas BMv Mate to hswtes Ta task v-nr
tsmtner bonamt fM tferaatgh twe fal' ' s
ft "t of On third story laataw. Bft .a
Swin's Sfec laaRl hstrollrTed
toe af annantiawae raof ly Tetter ,wbi i
bad traajMaat eae far twenty-ire rear, ae J
hai baClod all sorts ot trea'aaeat.
Her. I. It. HaxanAM. Macau, Oa.
none ( for
Foa siumxt TanoaT Taot klcs avo
rVM-H. iajtaMM Hmmkml 7VaeAi"
bare a wMe repwMMam. Sold umlt fa Wea.
ay .V. T.
ALL recoBBtaend WIm'i Xx Orrasc.
A sou pea A coia raatt. Asa .htr
a wirrrs TitouiiLr.
yrtaaajirW nn lar wis ki eer.i titWe4
aiikiiti Mm nit li mi HtaSachi saaw 'mat
brr twty aaeMtauy iruri I ibm at OV arf ---t
wtatber la i mini La Carinaau the f
trirtaSa- tw .oal aaaaatwaw iwastvaf
!bekUar. -fulfill wtavti ie bar
-riS- t irtaa. at ibe i ! af rwl
ijeii rswajaras. are erate aa caaveea. iwoaearif
j a beaey UScfe r la
AherrrVtac trnral irawDrt wltbaat rrtirf t rr
rareifarbrr a Vaatle of HaaTt H-wwwjr. wk- k Me
aiaawee utlac. aa wi ikere aart m -aveS
A taaaaw nark kmrr SM rMkwS r-t ike
ratrbwaaUlaV h4Mr4 us twis-, a4 tern
lastmy ewiea ank i aainhai sa4 kvfea-1 ruia
atakrt. Bkr krUrrrtarrre wai FtarBrai kfrk aat
tttrly toUKateefHaaoR -l
William 4 Clxatolaso.
2ftvtea. Coaw.. Mas V rra
raaeraateaf Msy It. Ur K. A. Tfcoaw . IV w-n
New Harea. Osaa.. wr"le f,.tv '.erenl
weekt ilatel wtitakea rery IBank , yaUoearrt.
a4a aitatMultea af mij art- tkwd a rrrr4'
siiiaafmaf atykiaaiyi. aaa I has iminn.
watt af a atvaw4 Mate af Miy 'irn TV r.-'wt af
aiy atta wat aeeatnaaaVw vtlh tver pala. la tha
HMUaf aiyWektaawhM, rakwrwkr -naeia
uitoa. aaatntTBrle(Mo.wkl!c laib- me. the
arlae thawed a my heat jr aaoti of a ted mm, timl
lir li anaat fctwk Jan. a4. la .bort, I 'oo,-i ikat I
wat la Sara s SlMaee4 eoadttluB ai lo rea,B'iliMU J.
til MWSIftl treitveat, aaa iiIvh totlot ro oktala
ibe but aa4 bum n ejay reateay. 1 iook'4 aa4 lanalrca1
Aprtay. ta4 )aMit ttltlea ikei llaat'i Baeay
aa tnlctr of etornrai awrK. aa4 Unr-for. I eoa
cHaeS to r" K a trtel. taw natmi il taklat H. tot
btf ore I k4 taken oa koto-1 foaaa eaek a rrett in
innmi tkal I &6t ta eaaOaae fu w. aa4 V
tikteg oaly two kattlet ike malt hot htaa ooi rrati
!rt ta rii-ts we imi' kroMk.
' I ksi- trtmS a Mrr of llaat't fkaear Ijthit
t tier-, aa4MllhrTafvrkTr!t for tale tt I roaHter
1 n ui -inueat tnkic for dlw if tut mer aaa
DR. JOHN BULL'S '
mitli's Tonic Syrup
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASE3.
Th proprietor of thii celebrated medicine
Juitly claim for It a superiority over all Ma
cule ever offered to the public for the SAF,
CEBTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
of Ague and Fever, or Chilli and Fever, wtetS
er of short or long Handing. f refer to the
antfr Weitern and Sjuthtra country to tear
bin tettlraony to the truth of the assertion
thstin no cue whatever will it fail to care It
ths directions are it rlctly followed aad carried
oat. In a great many caiei a single deie hit
been inmelent tor a care, and whole families
reitoratlon of the general health. It ii,
howerer.prcdent, and in every ette more cer
tain to cure, it Itt me 1 continual In imkller
doie for a week or two sfur the duetts .his
been checked, more eipeclilly ta difficult and
longstanding csiei, Uintlly thli medicine
will not reanlre any aid to keep the bowels la
good order. Should the patient, however, re
quire a catharticmedlcine. after hiving tskea
three or fonr due of the Tonic, a single doie
ef BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS
will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of tha Oa.
rilnclr.il Office, etl K.to St., LOriSTILtE. ET.
bt. LoaU. Ma. .W.ta4aUa Tearlr.
LtctlUoarttt.pIojiflBi. hUMJ r(JKCIItCt L K.
IT V T r - rj. f -A ACf
lt7r a ibi Nkw) It
Tb aiotl wrad.rlal J.wtlry caulori t.nr I ,M.
prtrii tblt crtAl boaie tc i. nt C e gtrdi. I V Wk.a
"What Dyspepsia Docs.
It causes grievous paliu by day an,l frightful arcamb by night.
It destroys the pleasure of a good dinner.
It sours the disposition and m.ikc3 its victim Cros3 and petulant,
It makes the breath bad, the eyes leaden, and the skin sallow.
It makes the appetite capricious and unreasonable.
It causes constant grumbling and complaining.
"What "UroAvn's Iron Ultters" Docs.
It invigorates the weakened stomach, and enables it to digest
It promotes the enjoyment of a hearty meal.
It enrkhts the blood, improves the liver, and cheers the mind.
It purifies the breath, clcxs the eyesight, and makes the skin natural.
It brines a retruLir and healthy desire for food at proper times.
Your Druggist sells Buowm's Iron Hitters;
tiiiwi it telltr man cure JOIlNMIN't, ANOin.Nl
ne.i lurr er t Mcn " inopia i u
lam.ltait Srlje.r wrrr Ijpunr.
LIST Ol' IIISKAhEl
always ctiubu! dy rsiso
OP IICU1N nun.
Cult and llrnltea,
hpraln A; Hlllcbr,
isrreiv Worm, (Irah,
Fool Rol, Ileaf All,
aad all eif.rnal dUt, and rery hart or aoddtat.
For (tnerol at In f amay tuU and ttocX yard, It U
TIIK MCST OF ALL
" ai M H t atria
Ms al tw o
tUUt, a ta ckeeew
- Kt BSIrrt It .
trraaS 3 canrart )
eea OM t rraer
I b Mirapk a !
I tfrrrr af eenat
I vbaart lIBtli aa-
aer iae orniitaiirv
tfl-t af ttaf l fll;
cram, tui wuora
w. - xa roafrairaly aa
D , umriwi Y.T
fc n atP" mn mMr t
'm. .a .la.
Catarrh an aoiiiiu
wnen appii" VJ
Ibe Bnger Into tho
notnis, wiu bo ab
tleansier the head
of catarrhal virus
rreUons. It allays
trcts the membrane
of the nasal paw
arrsf rom atuo
beau the sores and
ireU-rea tate and
caOont rcHero. A
y - w -1 nmvi (reatment
r3'"ks PE.WU.f5 Agreeable to use.
Semi for drra'ar. I"rlee SO cents by mail or at
Oxurru. Ejy iirothcrs J)rugglts,Owciro Ji.r.
Oa etiktwa who haw beea eeoftn to bli bM rtx
weett th Mwearlal aaiiwvH.ei rs b-acar-a ea
ttnlr. Kli-.nlai-kiih-.t, Minora s. K
CHILBS a arnar. UhitMMin. Tens.
Aaerra vwctmltr ai.,iratraie r Kbeamttitgi
bra s. a wi Mil Ow rrm4 r fc wwM h Wed.
w n SMITIL M P TamWIaa SkalUl. a. c
fwift . srenft rwrr mr of MernirUl lUKumstliia
O It n.T Tli' arfiiri. Ark.
Q1 nOO 1WH Allllwllrtia'eaarClielBlt
V'luuu hi ' 04. "S tlr.' f l Viltkt ol
. S R ea- r-nk. cc Mcrrorr, lokiile FauuUm.
ar tar r W'u. Hihetarm-
TBK SWIFT SVI&. in CO. Drtwert Attir.ta.Ct.
Onrfp-. tMonUaxxliMblia DiKSMt msueilfrM
rr, i-r "( -n t-lrt kt pk jTartr- (Plflan,
t !. IW, ralarrt ay- p t ' f, '0 tO
r .- wl fletl tp uif uhoi flO'
ft ta nc fprn.p lirr Wo JN "
ft. nalatHirlBf ThimrViltci 1 fan to Dt
("brr p 1 inr"! J -rdtra-l -1a f-rrj rna
Vr aWt'fl aVDrl Dt C U ! h p It IrTj Of XIlla
Inailaii nud irlftl.
E. E. MENCES & CO.
Direct Importers cl Guns and Gun Goods,
iai-123 west .rata uircai.
lllt,'nii i :a.urtt Frr
KtniAi C lly, 71 a.
Sawing Made Easy
M march LljMnlnj sawing macninei
X Or.nl anvliia r
Iabor .V Atooty.
IK ll mh aU sat
nrT fttrvsg-f -1
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nit" UH' ncthf rfami ftr W'U. trtlH,nt
-f i-v -'Mtmr iTiiffw dtt -4t -h'"fJia
. auUn- Frer. AQETS 'WAKTpD. Xi'H,
nrrrnAnn anAT.v nri
.IIMUVUUU MWiil WW'
' I IJ WIU Kilt. IIO.ST0I. IM. I
UtXl4v!;.'lleani Hot Inrladed. i
340lb. FAIiKIEn'S SCALE, SB.
Ttio I i tie latTCtlYe,, U fix. ( Ml Ih. 13.
stMimifattzst. a.-Maiiiutiraxx. '
F0RGS3. TOOLS. &e.
rtsr lotQt iki ma utiii ou, ia
so ll. Ant II nml KllorTooU.aio,
Trmr HUm . mt 4
I'.lnr-. Annu. Vlr- a Olb-r Articles
iTUisMiraicst. auausiLS smtiiu
DR.HORNE'8 ELECTRIC BELT
TToa.n.t.. Itbeamttl.m, I tr
'Ul, emlc1t. St-islM-a, kid
nr. Sp al fj.rriM.,,
-out. A,thmA. 1 1 -ut !!!-..
atlT -l .r,.T1t.('-iit-rMtlon. rry
.SiOJS'',"l "' -tarrk.l'ili.l Hlep-2SB-tr
Inirwwnrj, rrol.r.11 furl
TlrtrieiiT ia.) Mm.l)-Ta kronrh Ihe borfr. aihl roa b
r-r-r-lin.nin.tAotl,th-r-. l-"t a ndiorctrcular. .
Br.W. J, UOEKE.UTti.tor itltt tu-AT.UUci,ia. '
iiTHi -nr sriio rutta.
i-St BssltM.----t-i...r.ii 111
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a,.,,. U AaUIIU taiflirU41w, 1
T-aT- rTLTt .
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