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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23,
J. lT. SMITH, Vrostrlelot.
It ome again to-nlftht, that ssm sad tooling
That long ago I thouitl had passed away ;
That ono old wound that still resists all healing ,
That pain not oven time can quite allay.
The mists close to, but Jatntly through tUem
l catoh an eoho whloh will never die ;
vor all the mcmortoa of the past unsealing,
Come those two tearful words of hers :" Wood-
touch of hands, few, hasty words, lu partlnj-
t see and hoar It nil again to-night;
A' host of rooollootlon now upstarting
Br ng the whole soene oguln boforo my sight.
"Good-bye!" The low tweet voloe that spoke
It fultoredi '" , , . ,
The eyes were dimmed that shone so bright
and shy. .
The memory of those words has nover altercd
Those two sait whispered words of tors:
What might hnvo been! God only linows; we
fan draw tho curtains from the dim un
i-ii vt. ami vet. bofore me rises over
But fainter since tho shadows deeper grown
Have fullou on my heart ana urougm iv
a , iti,n nf lior luce, til mie strong tie
That carries with it somewhat of the gladness
i I,,,,. hi-'ore those worasot nir;
rh mnlo In mv soul can never brighten
l'l.n minor chords are all that sound to-day
ni". mournful strains, which nothing seems to
My life, my soul, my vory bing swuy.
Th. htitnionti in 'ncomnlete! her lingers
Could touch the chords and swell the niuslo
XTw in tht itntM a nalnful discord lingora.
For the ?,vectest string was broken by those
J. W inlhrop .ornlnni. In Knrprr't WttklU.
The Mssiery of Tarley's f pint
ET B. KVSICI.
Arrrnni. :r " tVAI Tltll HllOWSrtTXU." "HM.EN
LakkuaV "BAKKKiior llKurouu;
AND Ol II Bit STOIUBj.
to pay to myself, Thomas Simmons, tho Just
and true aunt or. ono inousanu uuuui .
case of either forfeiture above Btated it
is agreed by the sigaors hereto that tho
amount so forfeited may be sued upon and
colleotod out of our goods and chattels iu
any court of luw iu this State having Juris
diction over the same. Iu witness of whloh
we have hereunto sot our hands aud seals."
This was a vory legal-looking document to
Tom Simmons and filled his soul with do
light. Ouoo have It executed und ho would
have his onomy, Strong, on tho hip. Ho
was verv anxious to sign it at once, but Al
len insisted on it being oxoeutod in dupli
cate, und when this was done, aud he hud a
copy iu his pocket no was consium-auiy i-v
"Are you satisfied now, air. Bimumnni
"Yes." . .
Well, 1 am vory busy, uoou morning.
Simmons loft tho office.
Allen took tho roll of MS , and after much
tumble unrolled and smoothed It out so
it could be read. An ainnleur munusenpt
nil iiuinllv bo rccoeulzed by being rollod
an tiirhtlv that the editor's patience Is ex
hausted before ho can Ret it in shape to
read. Frequently the manuscript W rcjectea
without belnir rond fur this very reason.
Tho manuscript containod only a few news
itr-m. ll follows !
"MB. Ennrn: Not hr.vlu'seen any thing frum
Billy's Crick lately I thot that I would rite a fu
lines fur vu. Time are good here. Crops Is
ininniiiri. in' farmers smo-tilun plow'.n corn,
iv i,ri,. fell and broke his arm last sunda.
Jim Jones tuk mut Stivers to meotin' last
ir v huva meetin' agnln at the school
house. Sam berrin was heerd cussin the other
day, bckusc some feller bud his ox yoke. Bam
bad better bring back the corn knife be bor
rered fnim mo last year, when I wutin't at
home. Had a dance last week at Bart Davlsos
house. Sol Smith was there, be was so Ull nu
Anmned his head agin thsllst 81 hod so much
corn Julco he made the floor craelt.
wh sicr. u-
" Who tvroto this?" asked Allen.
I did won t it dot"
I guess so, If it Is not so personal as to
give offense to any one."
Oh no, no, ifs lust id a Joke, that s
uam rnu a subscriber for tho paper
"No; how much is ill If you'll put that
Dicoe In. I believe I'll sign fur it."
"It Is one dollar and fifty conts por an-
" But how much is It fur a year!"
" One dollar and flfty cents."
The cituxn from Billy's Creek had only
fifty cents, but be promised to bring in the
balance next tlmo ho camo, and a country
editor verr seldom refuses credit, es
pecially when ho got one-third cash,
i The countryman was gone, and Allon was
striving, by toil, to drive away the sweet,
sad imago of that beautiful face which had
madesuchawoodorfullmpresalon ou him,
when tho door opened, or.d tliis timo it was
: the ambitious politicise Tom Kiuimons, who
entered. No thunder-cloud was ever darker
than Simmons countenance. ,
"Be soated, Mr. Hrramons," said the
editor, calmly and politely.
"No, sir; I don't want to set down,"
growled tho politician, nervously fingering
some stereotyped advertising plates th'it
lay on a table near.
Very well knowing that a storm was
. conilnR, Allen dotcrminod to meet it boldly,
and continued writin? away at his desk.
"Them's somelhin' I want to say to you,"
aid tho politician, in a voice somewhat
liV'hat is It.Mr.SlmmonsI" He did not look
up, but spoke In a munncras imperturbable
jks If he were discussing some ordinary mat
tors, and knew nothing of the swelling vol
cano nt his bark. Ho was coolness Itself ;
There tus not tho sllghtost quiver In his
voieo. TUo total indifference of the editor
was somewhat embarrassing to the angry
xi Himmnns rlearcd his throat, and
gracing his nerves for the terrible ordoal,
in a voice still more huskv, said :
"I'm fcalihUod now Unit you arc playin'
r 'Then ynu don't belicvo wuut I suy on tue
"No, I don't."
.j,vl l.u lomm-r. and as Coolly
tukinz down items of
news, continued to writ. Ho was very
busy. After a few momenta he said:
' "Yes I do. You promised me to stand by
" . ' r,,i.uiiir und the mlunit I'm
sway from here, tuoro comes that Infernal
, Strong, and you arc a eonnivlu' an' con
' ".-i8n' no one knows what in the world
yer up to, only I know ycr settin' y Miotn.
, kuid o1 a Job on mo. Yer playin' off on
1 T Wnn it
The editor made no answer, but wrote
steadily on tiutll he had finished, and then
coolly pressed hU blotter tipon his paper.
Taking op the document he had Just written,
- L Thomas Simmons, hereby agroe to be
come a candidate for the offlce ofEepro-
..!. ik.. m,ii.ii la the nextQcnorai
' assembly forthsStntoof Missouri at the
i.. .itw, ua herebv doclare that I
VtU be candidate for no other offlce as
'said election, at whicn timo m
ur B-kn h aid of his paper.
' .hall support ms as a candidate tor said
'cmoe. And should' Allen Gray, the ssU
nt no and I fall or refuse to
ran, I Hereby ssnre w or..-..- r-, -aid
Gray the sum of os thousand dollars,
and la oonsldeion' f this agreement
shenld the said Urnf tall
We me his aid and support, at the lime and
S the manner aforsjsaul, ke forf.it and is
A BTUANOK VISIT.
Tt ! a weiuon-faced little old man with
. , ..t.l ...itulf urulirv
a frosty Dcara on niacuni, mm . -,
,.. .hn lnnhnd lii ut thodoorof his sunc-
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turn. His dress ws mo miuo-oi...u -
farmer, nnd 1ns lint-brim was im-kim hp
" Yes, sir, I am," Allen unsworeu.
" My gal scraUiioa on mis muu Vi,
I thought us muy bo ye a lino it.
Tho little old man timiuiy enwicu uiu
fico and handed the editor a nciUly-foldod
bit of patter. Allen was astounded to not
ilnd it rolli-d. Unlouimgiue paper o i
I., n t,1u n. le.'imo nana BOUIU mm
Items of the neighborhood. 1
The iivticle H vory goou, sir. i win uu
"D'yo think that gul Kin wrnui mo
mun uflked, somowhut, anxiously.
"Yes, sir; she lack cultivation, wit sue
will acquire that."
The old man oilmen, unu eum
u nun ni.,t rot. no luruin' to 'mount to any
thing, but sho lilies writin' monstrous well,
an' studies hard to git her pieces right. Kf
vo think she'd over make a writer, l a senu
that ar' gal to skulo."
She has good, strong common scum: ,
article shows it. How old is buc f
" 8o young, und yet do her work so weil .
If she has proper cultivation unu ncrsaer
anco she may make her murk in tho world.
Tin toii luliii the naiicrl
ni, v.: I subscribed wucii ye urai.
"Tell vour iluugliler that 1 win niwaj s oo
i,i i,i iIiivb niiv tliinir from her pen, aud as
soon as I uiu able to do so, will pay nor for
" Much obleogod to yo, Jir. r.uuur, i u
toll her, und Muruh'll bo right down glad to
know U, fur Kite's mightily sot on writ In',
said tho old man, us he leu tne orace.
"There Is true genius In a log cabin,'
suld Allen, gazing at the manuscript.
uThnrn inmli'stv assoclttieu wn n 11. III"
a contrast between the Ttodost little coun
try girl, and the ambitious Miss Hopkins or
Toncv Barnes. For her there is a bright
future, for them nothing but envy, joaiousy
und grumliliug ut hard-hoartod editors. But
WhO WOUld hUVO lllOUglll VUai BO uiuu.
plo were turning their attention to litera
ture and Journalism. 1 supposed these to
bo avocations which wore demanding follow
ers, but instead, the professions are over
crowded. It seems as if tho whole world
was going Into litorature. People living In
the most remote parts of the earth seem to
have caught the inspiration to write."
Toney Barnes at this momont cntored
with the freedom of a populur author whose
services were lndispousablo to his publisher,
and throwing himself carelessly on a ehair,
"Well, Mr. Gray, I've got something
Brand this time. It beats Poo's Haven."
" Famo and fortune are within your grasp,
" Well, I've got It Tho groat success of
Poo's Kaveu was thut nobody could evor un
derstand It. Now I've got something here
that can't be half so well undorstood as the
Allen had read several of his productions
that were superior to tho Raven on thoso
grounds. In fact, ull of Mr. Barnes poetio
effusions were difficult of solution.
"Just let me read this to you," said Toney.
" I am very busy leavo it"
"No, no, no; ft not king, and I will road
"Go ahead, then."
Toney read :
"Once In a deep. dark, lonely swamp, await
ing, all alone.
White the dew of even damp lay upon the
"Did the dew lay only upon the stones!"
the editor asked.
"Oh. no wait and you will sco how it aU
comes out," and he oontiued:
" The nlgbt was dark, the sun was dowb,
And all around me rose
Ten thousand funded gobbl ns bold
Ten thousand mortal foes.
Alone I searched the forest o'er.
Alone I searched the forest wild,
When suddenly I heard a cry
Proceeding from some wandering child.
Nt, dav the editor was hard at work in
his offlce when Mr. Strong entered. That
look of distrust and uneasiness on ' Mr.
Strong's face was deepening. ".' j,
"Well, Gray, tuey ar- veinu' wiuo m"
yarns on ye,"" said Mr. Strong, leaning on
tho back of a chair. , . '
"What do they toll!" Alien asitoa ,
"They say as how yer gwino backou mo
an' gwino to support Tom Blmmons."
" Who told you, Mr. Btrongi"
Lots o' people." '
Allon was writing. Ho stopped long
enough, however, to say that lots of people
wore either mistaken or knowingly per
verting the ,trutn, and then continued to
write. ; "! 1 , ' ' ' ' ,
"I tell ye, If I kin jist git Tom Simmons
off the track I'll be the next sheriff, sho as
"Dnvmi think Tom Simmons la a candi
date for shoriff I"
"O' course I do."
I 1nii't. believe it."
" I know it," said Mr. Strong, hotly. "If
he Isn't a candidate, why Is ho loorin1 about
here all tho timo, un' why's ho always
dodgin' me on tlio streetl"
i I irnnw now that ho will not Do your op'
nnnnt: but vou seem to bo ajniia troubled
with doubts as to my sincerity in supporV
" Wall, Mister Gray, I must Bay thar's
somothin' kinder queer in yer actions, that's
all. You au' that ar toiler are alters collogin'
together fur somothin'."
"Now, Mr. Strong, I am going to do what
I would under no ordinary circumstance
begin to do. If vou will enter into an agroe
,i with a forfeit of ono thousand dollars
to run for sheriff, 1 wui enter inuj a oonu m
tho sum of one thousand dollars to support
you." ... '
Mr. Ktrong ui onuu w m.. i
thing on his side. Ho Intended to run for
.I....! ..tiihnut.anv onntract or obligation,
Oil' I 1 .1 . -----
hi thi nno swccd no was sure ue wuuiu
havo the editor safe, and be Bure to beat tho
man whom ho despised. Alien naa prepurcu
nn ,.ti..innmnwhat similar to that which
Simmons had signed, and now prosenicu u
in Kirnnir fur his signature.
Mr. Strong was dolightcd to sign it, and
left the ofiicc duckling at tho Kssuranco
that he had for once provon too shrewd for
cv. fHrrlititned irlance toward the
door, und then, with her white, scared face
close to his, her great blue orbs seeming to
pierce his soul, she said:
- . . i.l J ...... UT- flMV.
"1 Know 1 COUia uepouu u
This world, which I onco thought so good
and kind, has proved to oe so iuu oi ura
and treachery that I had ulmost decided
never to trust nnotnor ienow oeiuij. u
you seem honest, manly and generous. You
will not betray me, will you! Oh, promise
me you will nover botray mo !"
Thoso beautiful eyes became floodod with
silent tears, while her pathetic, boseechinf
manner would have touched a much harder
heart than Allon's. ' ' ' '
"I will never betray you l swear x never
will!" he answered, wltn unmisiaKuoie
The Oldest Furniture Store in
Having had 36 competitors and still lives.
Furniture of all designs can be
had at our rooms at living prices.
" For hour I searched vainly on.
For hours I searched the forest ruuml
When suddenly a horr.d ghost
Arose bleeding from the ground.
Its head was eyeless, hair on Arc,
Blood dripping from the sockets down.
On this horr.d thing I cast a glance.
And then fell senseless to the ground."
"Now, sir," cried Toney, trlumpbuutly,
"can you tell me what's In that poem!"
"No, sir. I give it up, nor do I think
there's a man living thut can," Allen un
That Baks well for It," M Toney, with
a wild ecstatic laugh. "This poem will
"WELL, Hit. OHAT, TIKT'nB MLLIX' BOMB
HK0 TAUK OS TB."
give tne wealth and fame. How much will
yon rvm mo for It!" '
"At present I do not feel ablo to buy It"
Oh, yon might make a big prollt on it"
"Yes, but I am not able to purchase it"
" Who do you think could f" . , i
' "The Harper might" i i . .
"I'll send it to them by the vory next
mall," said Toney, quite enthuslasUcally.
. Allon never knewwna wiouneui w
weird unnatural poem was. Taougt h h
been a constant reader of Harper's perlo4
icals from that day down to the present, he
has never seen It Iu sn of them.
Allen bowed his heud in his hands und
his thoughts rovortcd, as they invariably
did, whon not pressed with politician. or
poets, to that beautiful being in tho mys
terious old rack house. Ever boforo him,
as If gamng from out some misUiko cloud,
socmcd to uppear that sad but bcwltohing
face In such nmto appeul that his hoart was
always heavy. Those sad blue eyes seemed
always gazing tonaiy inw ms. .
"Oh Bertha, Bertha, how is all this to
end!" ho gasped- . I
"Copy," cried Toby, at tho sanctum door.
Tho demand brought him back to the
stem realities of life, and ho sot to work,
driving his pencil at a furious rato, dashed
off something and handed It In. .
"A man in my framo of mind is not Ut to
edit a paper."
Before his mind had had time to again re
vert to tho painful subject on which it
seemed to love to dwell, the door opened
and a broad-shouldered countryman stalked
unbidden Into the room. Allen lookod up
and before him stood a towering giant,
whose face was dark with wrath.
mam rnu the feller what runs this sho-
bang!" tho modern Hercules demanded.
TJn take that fur a meddlesome liar,"
cried the stranger, aiming a blow at AUon,
which he successfully parried. The editor
now thanked his stars that In hi more
youthful days he had not neglected the
.rt nf boxins. Though no match in
strength for this rural giant, his kiU.mado I
mm more man m. 041UU.
For several moment Allen had all he
could do to parry those sledge-hammer
blows, which foil thick and fast upon him.
But at last he got in a well-directed blow
from tho shoulder, whlcn staggercc mo
trangor. This gave him a decided ad
vantage over bis antagonist In a min
ute's time the stranger was down in ono
corner of tho office, yelling murder, while
the man whom ho had assaulted was be
laboring him with telling blows.
Ike Hatchett ran Into the sanctum, aud,
assisted by Tobv, got the men oparated.
" What doe this mean!" Ike asked.
Allen answering that he did not know,
the stranger strugglod to his foot, growl
lngi "I know. What did ye put thatpieco in
tho paper 'bout me fur!"
"What piece! 1 havo no recollection of
having ever seen you uutil now," answered
" But ve lied about me. Ye aid I tole a
corn-knife, an' 1 warn't agoln' to stand it
It was George Leeper who sot yo on mo.
the editor could be made to un-
,w.ii.n whHt nartlcular article bad given
offense, he explained that Leoper had as
sured him that the wnoie tnmg was a ui
" Harmless Joke, thunderation !" growled
Hcrrin, wiping the blood from his face,
"Accuse feller o' stealln', an' then say
L all a harmli!aa loke."
Allon, realizing that he had wounded tho
f,w.iinr n. well as the hoad of the country
man nromlMid a scathing retraction in the
noxt issue, and while he was still nartlng
under the misrepresentation made by
t... .t ilmvn and wrote the article. It
was much stronger in his denunciation of
Locpcr than ho would have written had he
givon tho mutter a sober second thought,
., ha hnmln.l It trt Ikl. Who PUt It lO tVpO,
whllo Hcrrin subscribed, to read tho raking
. un.,,1,1 vlvn din man ho hated.
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A linn Imrt uHliWI'll n maun IU K, wwiir
orably behind v.iib his work, and he sat at
hi. 1i.i,v luto thut night, long after the
njniM IkwI mum linmn.
Uis lump burned dimly, nnd ho found
i..n .,,,u,.iii.i.n hurnirs with moro than
n.nul fnrra creeping over him. He fought
.-,.i...t ii.P ti-rrlble feeling, but all In vuln.
Uo grew nervous and started at tho slight-
whm h hnui-d a timid knovk at tlie door
1,1. hnurt thumned wildly. Herosa tobi
.,..1 irfmhliiiu violontly in every limb,
nnt.tn the door Kid opened it Before hlra
.tswvt a wnmnn.
Hh entered oulckly, closing tho door
after her, and, her vail thrown aside, ro
voalod the white face of litrlha, thi riraugt
girl of we mylerunu nouu oh inr nm j 1
CHAPTER XL j
A STnANOI RKQUKST. t
For a momont Alien Gray stood dumb with
..in.nmnn. u could hardly behove him
self awake, and passed his hand over his
face as If to brush away tne vision. nou
be looked again, pale and beautiful a ever,
Bertha still stood bofore him. Those dark
hin Mtm seemed to have Increased in their
melancholy loveliness, and never was there
a face more aogelio than tho one that met
hi Mtounded gaxe.
"Be seated," he at last said, In a voice but
little bove a whisper, placing a chair for
Undertaking attended to with the usual
ulnee-'foll uron both. The beautiful Dromntness, accompanied bv a Funeral
visitor nervously started at tho slightest Vv -4.--,
sound, while Allon, having partially re- JLIlXeClOr.
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gained his composure, sat gazing at hor in
The beautv and mystery wnicn ever nov
erod over the girl soomed to have lncroasod,
aud Allen's perploxity had grown greater
with them. Like a panorama tho events of
the past fow weeks in wnicn bob uuu u
conspicuously figured seemed to pass be
fore him. Again no saw mo mj.uiiiuu.
chateau on tho hill, and heard anew tho
strange wail of stories which were wont to
frighten the children ana nrniu: mo uiu pur
ple shako their heads with doubtful misgiv
ings. On more the sunlight fell on tho
desorted turnpike which led to tho great
house, und ho was wandoring along from
the beautiful spring und tlio rustic old scat
to tho plutcuu above, lu an instant tho
sceno had changed and ho was on tho great
bluff overlooking tho river, with this beau-
4f 1h1 I
MEW ar&G?IE3jGp QAMT
"B SEATEt)," D AT LAST SAID.
.if..i luiino- at lii sido. The recollection of
tho happy moment when two loving oul
i mi I. ever sweet to the memory.
Then, again, on that dark, wild night, when,
i,n -n.tr:mrplY met In the garden. Her
face was scarco'lcss white than on that oc
casion. , .....
cnniri it. ho possible that that beautiful be-
in g-who had seemed as far removed from
him n tho tars were in his presence-sat
before him aioncl Was sho on the eve of
Awwi.inir Hie terrible mvstery which, like
a pall.onshrohdcd ncrl rate seemeu u u.
worked a similar destiny for them, and de
spite all they might do their paths would
tend to tne saino uirvuuuu. -.Iim
A linn rtrnVA hdart beat violently. A
few moments more might see him the hap
piest man living, or tho most miserable. A
great crisis wus coming, and it is no won
der that ho trembled at its approach.
TO BE COMTISl'EU.J
IIww the Mexicans or Old California Cap
tured His Game A lire.
The native Californlans, when that State
was a Mexican province, seldom did any
thing which they could notdo on horseback.
Thnv ivAro famous as cood riders, and a
J - . J I tu. wh.
story Is told of a norscman 01 ou
won a wager ny nis cxiraoniiunrji
manship. Ho started at full gallop, holding
salver on whlcn wero a qohjh
glosses filled to tho brim. Hiding nny
yards, ho, stopped suddenly, and hundod
down tho salver without having spilled a
drop of tho wine. These men were, more
over. o expert with the lasso that two men
would lasso a bear on tne piams, sou,
ing him on opposite ide, a rag uruin inio
the settlement, whore be was retained 10
furnish sport by fighting a bull.
Mancl Lanos, an expen wim mu
had a singular adventure with a bear. H.
R Bancroft tolls the tory In his "Califor
nia Po.tnr.il " While riding he discovered
a bear digging at a squlrrol-holo upon the
summit of a hill no lassocu wo j
which rushed at hint, and Larios galloped
off with the bear close to his horse's heel.
On reaching a mall tree, bo threw the end
of the lasso over a bronco, ana, cbvuwuk
without stopping, drew the bear up until
his hind foot carcoly touched the ground.
Then ho took two turn round the tree with
the lasso tightly drawn, augntea, anaso-
enred tho end to a strong snoou navm
tied one of the bear hind leg with one
end of a ropo, he lassoca one oi me mm
legs with tho othor end, drew the rope
tout, and thus fastened tho animal to the
tree. With a sash ha tiod the two bind
leg togothor, and with a rope tne iore n.-g..
With a stick ho then worked off his lasso,
hl(h hn had loosened, ana roue unws
neighboring ranch, whero ho told the story
of bis adventure. Lnrois and tho ranch
men rodo back toward the tme wnere no
had left Bruin tiod.
Whllo passing a ryo-ncia a largo sne-oour
with three cubs, leaped up in front of their
horses. Tho men pursued ana lussouu our
three times, but sbo throw on tne uisso cu.n
tlmo. At last they abandoned tho mothor
for hor cubs. One norscman icupra irum
his horse, seized a cub, and, tying his legs
together, throw it on til 3 iront oi nis sauuiu.
Ijirius ran down niu auor ms m-w vu,
overtook It, let himself portly down over
tho horse' sido, eized a leg of the cub.
lassoed it while galloping, lei go, sim
pulled it along. Tho third cub escaped.
Tho bear was found tied to a tree. Ho was
lassoed with two lassoes, and thus dragged
Into the village, wncre no auiea ono uuu
and was gored to doath by unothcr. H'fcls
At Bournemouth, Eng., the street are
sprluklcd very successf ully with salt water,
which is conductod from the ocean to eer
...i h.irata. The salt water is found par
, - i..J
advautARCOUs ior uiatuii
Is the best Cart in the market and will ride as
easy with a boy weighing 25 pounds as a man
"White Bronze Monuments On Top."
The only Monument made that preserves the
record for ages. "Inscriptions always legible."
Buy the Bronze as it does not need replacing.
lortKmontU..ll., mie uronie nu- ()ver g(j ,(JU0 now in USC in
this country. The largest ye
made standing in the States
is best known.
Now is a good time to order.
' C I BETTER iXD
over boo If jen;,.r
MONUMENTAL BRONt tjUlwrrs.,
R. N. GOODWIN, Agt. - Wellington, 0.
Just Sixty Days More
Will be given to purchuHV Clothing nt living intr.' On
account of the dullness of trade previous to the Holidays I
have decided' to continue business until March 1, 1880.
My long experience in serving the public in this line war
rants me in stating that No. goods will be furnished to
Vnn mii.t think this a strango aud un
timely Visit," ld Berths her paie jaoe
tinged with Just th faintest flush, a ho
.utnll Oi. nwiffflrtvl illllr. ... I'
! . 1 tn not say until ttv hettor Infnrmod
a to th ase of your ! visit I hope,
however, that I may be able to be of ootT'
. . . ... W . V,n ImmoHlatil
Surface more compact it i further found cac, individual who will favor me with their patronngc.
thot the urlace noias ino uiuiaiu.o -
three Umc as long as when watered with
A Losdos coronor ha raised the quo-
tlon whether a man can oougn nimseu w
.n. a hrnken rib was found in a do-1
" . -. .1. V. mnyllnal viftnn( WaS I
ceasoa lunnuu, in -
vh fmnmtnl to show that under certain
.v...; I nHiiinns bonaa may be broken
by muscular, effort Qrjfven by a violen fit
..... ...iM'R.lltfXOiaNancv' resource. I
nal" 'Ho, my aoo, I t 7. .k i
Come One, Come AIL
,.'.r j. .'!.-' . i'..:-..J '
Remember Only 60 Days More.
'.,..i,t't ' because I heard Unoe rfoo
r M m Jnuui -jnf husband youf re-1
source, that you'Wa V tt
nZx beuer than Ton dot that', au. pt
' LT-BpWMAN. :