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Aud slowly demre-,
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:91= = womm w~id.
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brfin~etg my lueer!"
T.O MND TH@ COLONEL
A YaUW Wmrr lroYB.
Colonel BDoleton Me le a pecullar
ad therefore a well known charater of
C.ae. eomnty. Teannesee. One of his
main eatures is hi. extreme ·tangIness.
It I sald that he is so econeomial in his
b thoed affairs that he refumes to have
a wasteoape In his klrhben. Like the
averae stingr man, the old fellow was
aeesdlegly aIndsrious. He woumld eold
the doss for being layi, and often at night
he would wake up the hens and attempt
to make them lay. One of his amglhbors
died while his earn was mid! 'ly In the
ame. "Ah, Lordl" said the (olonel,"wbhy
omoul.'t he have timed hbmself better?
s think of the time he I. las elng while
his erep seed s him most r"
The weiks was a widower, with one
sea shot lears old. The har did not
teart hs fthaer'.s lekeneses. le loased
oru vis h e a areompllsea ment ol
.ight wihout wheih a East Teen
amase haa --t ot hi eye teeth.
"What do yr o wan to go down there
r " the saomuel was wont to shout when
te M was mentioned.
"To look around."
"WIhat do youa want to look araound fort
Can't you look araound here ? Ain't bllnd
s .. air you?"
" t can I ee It I do look around
"Oh, pyou can see enough don't you
f e about Unt. You see mtesa ia one
da tiha I did in week whe I was a
Smeast lave lived Iona cave then."
maeh as yosu like, but you don' catech me
ing . any neay to skylark arouand
with. aI a searius thing. I want you
"I do unsderstand, for It's pietty seroues
'rLas serious as will be If don't
ht s aose about goig away ita home
mseely to fool awaarg. t
Tihe wnan devoted hislf to the
dovii she daeses whereby he could
hathe old sman, but deeat always msat
m half wary.
There was one other member of the
L Lto esacf, a m tember, but a
white servant g Srl wa. granted the
vilege ofing a gre at dea ol work and
eptiug very Poor ý of eek apa
Oae orning the on, wearing thdat p
oulac aeast of exeseion commonle
known uas ýse happaroad the old
smad haaapnn his bead, besgn to
"What's the mautter snw. Tonm "'
"I doeat's like to tell pyou,"
"The very reason I should know. o(ut
"I don'e tn.e sno pomnme."
"Then I done. tell noth i. "
The old an had .ra ty as well as
utingineu, and lt by his moan's appear
aess to maspe· t that mwnetbhing extra.n
diaa had Ihappsened, agreed to premite.
"I iaea to swear .o." saki the oay.
cour b live ! You haven't snmuketred
ahut 1 munst swear y.ou."
"All rihts; wear s ."
"L m"IMe ne the Bible."
"Not tiag to swear nw~ noa the Bible.
"M!y lo.t. It naust ~ mralns !"
.The hI e ro t the Bibe ant placed it
l. the anasa's hauds.
"Will ~ou swear that you will not sern
tion to Lisile. our servaut girl the inblo.
anatioa I am about to give you +
"What hasl .a. .ot to do with It "'
"Nevetr lllnd ; will you swear '
"Yeus. go ahead."
* Well, Liuis andI I mare going to In, tluar
"Vhat't" thi old nmalis x-clalnwuld, "You
f olnqr to nanrry hur iand digra.. the
"I an ilOng to marry her. disgrace or nao
th' Etertal,. y' shall not."
" ow sre )yCN gsll t,~[ rrtvenlt it '"
"1 will drive her away.
"But you hvre .worln Iot to nention it
to her, and you know wuhat a r.ward is
latf "... mr.. t* ... .e4...... "
kad up for uhe perjur.r.
"I will follow her."
"Al., Loud." askd the old isnase as he
sank down on a chair I"littkl dkl I thitnk
my son would bring disgrace upon ulwe. .
You could h~ave peI.vemnte it."
r, Lettinm n se ae oenwthing of the
world; ly giving nw- no es nough. for
lnstance. to viesit Nashrille.
"Why didn't you tell nI of the grelat
importance of your going ?'
"I tried to, but you wouldn't listna to
"But I'll listen to rou now."
"Too late. I am afraid."
".onmonac, ny dear bhy. it is not too
late. Now, really, dons't you think that by
going to Nashvil andl spendlsr a while
tlhereou oould forgot this girl ?
"I aoe9't knIow."
"But dos't you think that you want to
orryr be pl because yoes haven't
Lknockd around any ?°"
"I wouldn't he nurpri.ed."
"Well. now. suppose guts take fifteen
dollarse and go down there."
"Pfteen woa't do; mtake it twenty-five."
" isom Tomen, you are ds ten."
~ ** e then. .rll marry the ."
S"Ad aU n! thl girl, I tell you."
lv e w tr y-five
go ased m aof it, Tom, take
Se i HeBold on a malnus. You'
o to see L e eore you go.
"*But will you write to ber?
--mI will I&otL"
P'"Whien do you want to start?"
The old man took tbe boy to the rail
war miatioo, tweatyr-ve nmile. away and
during thedr ive gave him much avk'e.
'Tonua" maid he. "I don't reckon it's a
kl d to go to cbsurch while you are
.WU l ey say It Costs fioney to go tu
ekdmibflf>ur tlhor. They may it costs a
moss dlami every time ime bears a feller
f-em Bs lp in somehow
- -, anyhoy moving
'Urookou, I eaft do thAi."
-yolk or you nudeM an out on thw fenve
sAd bea about r well - You could in the
1609-. aut mar. Tom, fetch a mruck at
that m-ory a- a
Within a week aer.hbithe itr
Tom had spent mearly all hisumney, and
yet he wast umlaed. He needed emut
a few dollaMo more to complete hi eduaca
tie.; eN, after long delbbeattont he wrote
I follow, to bhi father:
^A 011 your y noble tralt. them Is
55 md~kta foraaknes.a the twin .to
ter of bhooety. Now. I need g1 mowe to
mettle a tew debt. snd pay
faro home, and I know that, after
have been m- trutbful and frank,
you will mend me the money. I have never
said anythingr to Lwiue about gnarryinp
her-never tbought of much a thing. It
war all a Joke to raie a little mouey.
Please mend me the S16
The old man replied: 6I am much
obliffed for your franknoes. I have mar
AMed i-sie mywelf. You may get out of
Your debts the hest way you can and walk
Two weeks later the young man. bungsv
and stifi-Jsinted, reached hone. He =am
finished him ewumeation and is now follow
ing a hull-toegus. plow acrm' a man-blam
lu fisld. On P. READ.
Ts. 1see o.r mem.m..
The death of the prince of Monaco is
not onse of those events that convulse the
worki. hut the late potentate was a man
of mark for all that, says the Nan Fran
elseo A.remEasw. A somveeign who ean
bring himself deliberately to rent out his
dominions to a corporation of wanhlere is
certainly a little out of the ordlnary run.
The relations of the prince of Monaco
to the vice of gambling can not be Justi
Bed, buet it I. doubtful whether his sub
jests could be persuaded to take a stri.tly
moral view of the matter. His oeatrset
with the Blane tmas transformed the
principality frobn the most overtaxed to
se most favored aomnaunity in the world.
When the allied power restored the
countr_ to the house ao Grim after the
all Napoleon, the .ew prince, Honor.
V., instituted a fantastically opp ve
system of taxation. He lived Paris
and entered Monaco only three times in
the whole course of his reign of twenty
Ave eyears but his fi l machine worked
juest a elt ly at a distance.
His chief remsource was te establish
ment of monopolies in the necessaries of
life. Noabody was allowed to raise wheat
or to bake bread. His bakes. bought
a low grade of ower at Marseilles and
made it up nto a poor quality of bread.
Tand ebuy 0a Yled to y this
and eongh oaf i to stisfy their
princely sWaster that they were not smug.
iling. The bakers kept lists of their ecu
toners with their purchshes, and if any
funilyu bgmtoo little therse were doni
cilary visit prosecuthonsand fane. Travy
eler. entering the country were searbhed
at the frontier and If they bemougMan
bread in their pockets it was cons ted
The ardlinian laborerm who ecr.sed the
line eve monlin to work duearln b day
lm wr 6forb dden to brg n anybrd in
tberdlinner palls. If a ship captanl are
rlving at the port had miscalculated his
needs for the a and had any bread
left in his pantry whe he cast anchor he
was fined SOland his vessel was eonasf
There was a monopoly of edeuation,
too and to linsure the prosperity of the
prince's collee nbody was permaitted to
take pupils or give lessons of any kind.
There was a tax every head of attle.
and to prevent evaion of it every
fhrer was oled to notify the govern
ment of the hirt of each animal on his
laoe. and if the beast had the bad leak
Stbae t hed to be inspected by ol
-lais to make ssre there had been no foul
play on the pat a the owner, with cull
end in vow.
lis system esxtended in evefry direr
tion, Lasted, with somne naodllcations, un
til the late prince closed his contract with
the gambling osmpany. Thes there was
a transformation. The ceompany agreed
to pay the prince SU0,UO a year for his
personal use and furto tasmsue the
ettise Lostr of nmin in he overn
ment. All taxe were abolished. The
wr hbeautflilL the streets repaired,
planted, bolkildgs erected, and all
without a cent's expensq to the inhabl
ants. Morever, people ocked to Mon
arco fre all parts of the world to he
fleeced and thre was a bon in labor and
This is why in praying for the repose of
the dead prince the people of his little do
main will not feel enbarsamred .r the en
couragen~ent be extended to gamblig.
Irom the lntrott rr Presm.
(hwn often wonderm why such a large
numbers of idlers alwary surrounds every
excavatokn or new uildling in the central
part of the city. hut ans explanation given
byt otr yesterday ehleds mseine lilght o(e the
mysterry. A ILma who mat onH a block of
ston a erel'fully watching the work at the
nine-story Iuilding attracted tlhe attention
of ()ne of the imI.w wiho said :
"I hive ws·n yom round Yhere inumt of the
tlano for the. last two mnomaths.'
"'Are you druwnirg wagre "*'
")h, no. '
"Is it a relative of y¥tmr who is iwuilt
"Golnag to treit it when ftlnshedl"
"Getting points I. marchitecture?"
"Well. tlwhen, what tbrings you aere ?"'
".ell, I'll tell you. It struck mae that
you we're not making that front door
wkde enough by an nhrb and a half.
anI II've tlree sitting around to see
whethller I was wrong or you meant to
ch0at 1 it."
S"That aler Is all right. sir, and won't
"1I it . Thena ters, I. no longer any
need of my preesnee.. and I'll maove up
street and see if they carry tle. walls of
that new store up plumnh."
M. TYa Was Cuesemd one.
Iroe theI AmwerFsan turwr.
About twenty years ago a fluckittkl
Maine. man. noted for his shrewdness,
was attacked by the snull pox. Coneelv
lIg the Idea as he wan eonvalekring that
it would ber good time to dispose of his
road tax, he took his staff In one hand,
and shboulderng his bhr, started for the
scene of operatilos. Like the prodigal,
be was seen "aar off." The men hegmn
to throw up their beads and sniff ttroue.
The surveyor san out : "I swow, Jase
they are afraid uf " i." he~ aa't help it,
sae Jason, "I have got to woerk out nm
tat." ".er. Janem if you'll go back, I'rl
cross out your tax." "All right," says
Jason, and the tax was "cromedl out.
A IMil maee of Opta.lma
I oveheard two bachelosdlsuesing
the arrage question while sipping their
wine. mars the Brooklyn Eaie, and one
said to the other: "If you were going to
marry would you want an educated wr
man. one acquainted with all the topics
of the day; in fact, one that could con
verse on any subject and have an opinion
of her own, or one of the little week
mladed women that would look up to you
lord and master?"
answer wa: "fd tara wile nay
in every wmp~ e o I coq.d make
every m r
every ewe wagn sur eM .
rIon She /e m Vamssse s amamr.
"I eer this paper .n e MLsm.," saM
Atetnmer oblhear eoueel , 11 F.
e Myths. A nd them he dsp sda
p .ese, summeredd e.u hes sioe r
- ora mile.
WI s " shoeis Ad e, hlklr ho~
"I hall have to reead the Jjde
dCam,.k remarked, -id = 1
ly to ps ra s the
"tmid sMV Hulk Le
"I. L. r ýedirs thd uhhet. .at
to 'o.me bformes to laesswes myo
daui1ny.p tl n
"rI .me that you do ro consider It,"
snaeered Adtorne Nailer f conemeal en
emity "but that Is not enosabh. In the
event supposed we meat uask your horuor
ot to perita your honor's knowledlge of
the e u and r contents of the paper to
have any effet upon your honor's Judg
"Certainly" aeated the court.
"Certainly amenmted Mr. Dothaaut.
"With that undwatanding," his honer
ald. "I will now read the paper."
Deep and .Ileatly, Itke a asaen mum
beam thrust Into the sea, them ns
that docuaret tetd the
hollows of the Jda n'd. t that
unthlnkale under-world witha
uncanny r rle. Then he faled the per
and lifted his eyes In l topeak and
plaintifs and offendante comut back
their breath to hear. Hle poe:
"I adalt this paper crlas of 'We ex
ceps t We except lor what it Ia worth.
A ory: 'The court --mun that It Ia
This paper is) Nept I Eept ' a man
ript. caopy the msultlicatoi table."
Attorney Dotheart smiled his own
righsa haunting smile.
wth Ungtmsewe Warmiag.
Fam the raswIsek T9ires.
"I was an the might run," amid the en
gineer., "and my train was about thirty
minutes late. I as to my Araeman:
'Keep her hot; I meen to go to msetlng
point on Ltme.' During the nest Slteen
minutes I was not long in pasYlng the
mils posts. for my engine Sew along at
the rate of fty iles an hoar down a
long as as straight as an arrow. b
denly something struck me in the fees,
making a slight wound. I slowed down.
'What's that near the tfrnaee door?' I
asked do the ireman, pointing to a little
bit of white paper lying just to my left
"T n Idremaa pooped, pikepd - p the
er~ andandedl It to me. In the dim
e of the m. s uý e I eade 'rlook out
at the river bride, tee'sa tie on the
treelk.' Iuare eeust at the entrance
to the brklde Ifound a tie rely
fastened acros the trrek. Who put It
there? I don't know but I do kmow if
the author of that mamge will make him
ely known to me he smay ask me any fa
vor be pleases with the amsurance that it
wl bhe ganted. Where s the pee of
er? ly wife, Molly, bhas It in a ilt
pilee. Wegevrr I am out on m.a rlur she
stands before It ald breathe. a prayer for
y safey. That piece of paper i~
mascot for I've never even been behind
since the night t was thrown into my en
A Philadelphia tourist stepped od at
North Yakima recently, sars a letter froen
that Washington territory town to the St.
Louis Gba-eslurWe. As usual there
were scattered along the principal streets
greoaps of Indians in full dhess of buhk
skin leggings, red blankets, feathers and
green paint. The tourist wandered on
until he caine face to face with a chief.
With an exclamation of matisfactlon he
pulled his Kodak :n front of him and un
covered the slide. In an instant the red
man threw up his hands in front of his
face and shouted:
"tgh ! Uh Bad medicine. Picture no
The tourist only laughed and persisted.
The chief stepped forward and pushed
the camera to one side. The tourist
gave the Indian a shove and got a blow
in return. Three or four white men came
to the rescue of the Philadelphian, and
several braves gathered about the chief
and muttered, while one of the youngest
aki his hand on a knife. There was a
parley which enkded in the tourist putting
ulp hisk' odak and the chief mounting his
sayuue and going downl the street at full
speed and with ani occasional whoop
toward the reservation.
Who that has smflered from the anm
teur photographer will not may that the
Indian dki right
_ Madier ame ChrlSt5m.
While tiw annual reunions of the con
federate veterans are eg heinlr hld over the
state. says the Haraluon (Ga.) annesr.
There Is a member of ('ompany I, of the
Porty-ftrst Georga regliment living an this
county who was in every battle fouaht by
his regiment, in every skirmish in which
his company was engraged, n every charge
made by him connmtand. and did not flee a
gu.a. He was then, and is now a minister
of the gospel. He did not believe In kill
ing nmen. and frequently charged the en
many with a yell, saw his conrmka. faill by
his sidkk. and. whether routing the union
uskliers or being routed, he would not
He was always readly for duty-stood
guard, r.wnained at the picket post, and
obeyed implicitly every command of his
superior offcers except to draw cart
ridge load his gun, and shoot. At New
Hope chiureh on the retreat from DLlt,
mveral rouns of ceartridges were
to the soldiers and he took one. and sor
afterward he was struck by a spent baD
but not hurt. This remarkable man is a
musuessful farmer and a splendid bible
Cristan prher, and is named ach
arlab P. Hardlgree.
MIablemwwe: "1So ru rse(ed
him. What did the poor fellow y s?"
Laura Lovereu: "He said be knew a
rlwho would marry him and be -lad
Mabel: "I womnder whom he meant"
"Laura: "I wondeared too. so I asked
Mabell: "Who was It ?"
From Ike Terre Haute Expess.
Judge-You are a freeholder?
Prospective Juryman-Yes, sir.
Judge--Married or single?
P.ospeuive Juryman - Married three
years ago last month.
Judýg-Iae you fermed or exprsensd
rvamcb 7 Juryrnan - Not for tee
*ddto UUCP, a m~l h-byellf ta
n emW Waddnles Promin.
A well-bmiU EMMllm , vs areomp dio.
caused. oev PMlsied the foUinMwhg iM
edmes: "I was 0664WW In NW d.rd.atsr
-~is NO minhbreiia" Joel abssout 1 is.
-m forth enlm hpeila., humelausoal the
uset ata muMmidnia" heavy Sanblf tufI.
Anm old he* as that muldem passed slamn
the POVIMeNM qUil. -- - --- ---d fr n the
Inhr et ane d to Hah
copied the marvies. Havingarrived at her
bombes which was seem W«l mt'i
along the War, I br adieu mnfd
turned tor whem she ed with ae.
the ewe so =Itoemeor atk Mies iese: 'To
whamm am ndebmed toor this reat WIND
'And mnqe,' she e
pehe br smlamto Islfuamisw-'I Harm.
hlo. -ad uukakmwln gemm"ed ame
widow ~ ~ ~ l~ oAladeHmlton, our Buste
aeeutrv= of the tueaasury. wbo, was slain
Inadaaebv one whose nmaie I minter
Prom the Cladehma Tlmesesar.
The delegate wac rsoeeat riding on the
ear plartorm o ,hLth ere ear when,
. theb hme.ped along, a prety ame..
.eeeked, agile young lady, with skirt.
igathered adty in one hbadewnmsg gave
fmlly aboard and took a meat. "Bbhe'
petr atirve," remarked the delsete.
"OL, seo dome that every day." replied
the oanductor. We never atop for her.
Thebre are a numerber o lades eon thi Mnet
who never m a driver to ato . Tey
take pride na their a . OneL
of thee. s an old ofs pyears, and lsh
ise o of dur mest eglar paeeengers. No
matter low tat the ear il going she ear
awing aboed a. emly and graflly as
-any man. We never aop for her. it
would make her angry it w did. But it
her baland L- along- he agnal to
-- b eaoneea't pI to t ave his aged
Sto appear so giddy, and heeides, he ie
toubled with gout to seuh an esteat that
if he were to amtm to board a car while
la maokA hbe would masue his length on
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Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be found In the eity.
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JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
J. E. PARKER a CO.
Suits Made to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies'
Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty.
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