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The Clarke Courier.
OLXXX' Berryville, va.. Wednesday. January 18, 1899. No. 49.
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?a-JTJoB MlOKK unisi ?., paid for upon
i THF CLARK H COIR IHK,
JOHN O CROWN.
toi; \ \ i> Paorati i ? ?
ran CI. ARK I
? w?*?-kiy at ? is t I?, i * -
I rAii? t\ i- ! m advali? r
kavaaiu the rate
?.f. ?n?* Hollars and pet ??inare
: (ten M Fifty
| tion Adren 'he half
M ?rsliall M?? ..run. K II II ?I ? .?riui.k.
Marshall McCormi?k & Son.
We ba\?* forme?! ;? ??artii. rsht|? I.? p* ?
, ? Vil 1'ihiiif*? will r????*i\. |>r?uiipt nt
? rare <??, ??hur?-b *-t (li ????urt li,,it?v
W. r. Lewis.
? nuiiMYd r-i. w\.
BERRY VILLE, VA,
.?ill all? t?i t.? any Ihi*?iii?''? ? ? ?inn.m. -i ??
ti i :<i la tha ?-ourla of ? lark?* an?! adjoining
,.unti?? **>p?-ei?*?l attention ?fivei. t.? ?'..II*^*.
ti??iia. ? ?fli?-.* .?o ?hurt h -?t r?-?-i. tmarlv ??|.|??
i?. jail. ? |y.
A. Moore, Jr.,
?us** in the ''ourl*? ?.f ? larke ai
...uing ? ??unties, and in the <" .?'irt ?
. trri? R In th? ?'lurk? ? ??nut? Bank
Q-iles Cook, Jr.,
FROtXT ROYAL. ! A.,
tend ? my businees conintitted t..
, the ? "tr.nit I'oiirl of ? 'h?rke < <?iiut\
John. Y. Page,
< oiiiiiilaaioii.-r in <"l?ait??*ry.
HERR YVJLLE, I A
Sam'l. J. C. Moore,
i . i h>km:y-\t-i..\\%.
BERK YI ILLE, 1 A.
\ ;il practice m the ??uirt ^?*. I- rede
?Vartran and ?Uaadtiun counti??. in the i
I r.-?lie t ??urt ??f ??apeala >.f th
?? in the I' S ? .?urt at ll.irns..nburg.
Dr. Q. H. Oliver,
j VI N I IM
\. ra ? ars a prr :*t?- pupil of l'r??I 1.
'? lio-lgkin, and af*ra m.?'?*??i the Bait, m ??re (
i ?entai >ur?,i-ry. h.> ??er
?taiieiitly in B? rryvill?*. \ *?.
Nitr-uis < ?side ??as admin i?i?r.*.i
;aaV~??rrn ? In Kut-atell's building, over
- I'rug More
Having a?!?l.-?l largely t?> my M<m k ?>l Kur
.?ltur?', the public ?s in'vit?*?! to Call and in ;
? ??cet the sain?. In rei*.?r?i t?. pn< ?? 1 wish
- ?v 1 can ???mi??*?? with anv h?>us. in the !
Look at These Prices :
BLUM K A It.*-? m ..?k ??r ??-.piar. fr??ui #J UO
ill?; Bureaus and Washstamis very cheap, ?
also. ?iak >u!el?o.ir?ls aml.?-?af?*s l'arl??r l'a
War?lr?>l'?*s, oak ami ?poplar Kaiuy
s|?iitl?. Kiteiismn 1 aides in oak ami walnut
?Vit?. ? n-w ir?* M:iitr?s>e>, k??.?m1 ?-uality. t
-hu?k ami all-hair Mattresses Ir.uu ?J??? !<?
#r>'??.t ."?oli?! oak i-iuts. very iii,r, only #11
Ver) tine oak Suits, tiuely oarved, -/?-'-' t<?
l-b Parlor Suits. In oak. walnut or <h?*rr\ .
' and up.
Al>?t, a large lot of old-fashi??ne?l split
? ?tl.nu ?'hairs ?u?l K<x kers at ?f;$'?.> ami u??,
jarset. A &ne aaaortmant of Fancy Itoca
.tig I'hairs, ?>ak. Maple and Rattan. (1 7..
11 1' M.AHL. Agut?
Undertaking a specialty.
1 k?H*p in st.K-k all gra.i?-?- ??! I askets ami
? ?ittiiii?, such as black ?loth, walnut and
cherry; black cloth M?stallic ?askets. ami
* bile Caskets 1 alt?.? do euibaliuiiig when
re.|ueste? 1 l>rd?*rs by telegram promptly
lilhsl. I havathe finest Uearae in the Val
?ey. and satislaction guaranteed in nil ?'.?s.-s
In all hu*?in?*.?is matters my niott?. is i?> ri t Ml.
and in? trouble w ill be ipared to ?1?. s.?
iiiar-J?. If 11 P I>K \ AL.
Marbe & Grauite Works,
<'??r. ?ieorge and North Stre?'t**
Diehl ts Bru.,
?V 'MMKNTS, TOMBS. STATIK.-*.
Slate and Marbic
and all kimis of
3ailding Marble and Sandstones.
All ?trders promptly tilled at the lowest
tat?.? All work guaranteed,
W. H. ELWELL.
I lariu'KN IVInlc?t*1%
? ANl? I'FUKk IK?
Saddles, Collars, Whips, Lap
Has removed his establishment t.? South
?treet, at the rear ofS. V. Baughman's store.
Hepa-ring promptly done. fjiinft
Digests what you cat
It art i finally digests the food and ?V
Mature In strengthening and rec
strut-ting the exhausted digestive
?fans. It (s the latest discovered d i -
ant and tonic. No other prepar.
?an approach it in efficiency. I*
ttantly relieves and permanently <
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart
flatulence, Sour Stomach, N
?11 other results of Imperfect dig
Preaored by C. C. DeMTiU ?ft Co.. c i
THK COURIERS faeilitiee f?>r doing ni??
job work are not surpaa?*M**l bvativ ??ni?**
R th* VaM??r of Virginia
MIIaES OF WHEAT
M liai m >a,,l fo \tt. tj)4, |af/^eiJ ?.,,,.
gle wh.-ut tul,I ?a ( Hlifort?a ni now
bring plant.-.1 t<? the irrain that niaki-8
fin* ?tritT ??t lif?. h ??.ver- over 15,
IMMJ a?i.?? in forty square ??fa.
This ??nttrtiuuif* ti. I?| of gram is l?>
?salad on th? ?baraka ??f tin* Sau ?l?>a
quits river, near the town of < llov?a,
m Madera r?mntv. The fiel?] is part
?n hn-ii.. ii?mlv ami part m Madera
Clovis t ,,|,. \g th.* tumi ah?? i- put
ting in tin-? VH?t acreage, ami be has
uuiiertakau one of the lartrc-t jobs
that any mail ha- vet done in Culi
While it i- true ?hat large! u
tg.'s ..t w heat hav. Ihh-m plant?*.. :.\
? ertain rain her* in 'he Mate, th.-re
?eeaas :?i be no record of an exacl
parallel t.? the pn-.-ut r>aae. On th?
Millar A Lux ramn in K.*rn irouiitv,
.".n,(MM? acres ??'. ? ? planteii in one
I.ut the lie!.Is were scattered
ji?muii it: ?lilT.r.'tit pliu-eH. The*. a?i*
teuli - of Hehls, lociite.l when ??
er there ?a** ?? fertile -pot. IV? of
tin? Raids w.*i?* over .'.?hh? ?aerea, ami
m man? im-taiu-e.** there wtmltl !>??
half a mile of bale land ..?'?.???.n
them. Th. acreage planted .-mild
ruM 'te <*all?'?l n wheat Held ??f ?"???.<"?<?
acre? anv more than all the wheat
fields m the State could !>.? clastt ?1
under one lie!?!.
The I'lovifl Held, h??wevei i? an
idea: a licit ti.i. .?-t -(5 |]Ht
;i5 .1 flooi ? il:'? .; ^t III.!? ' , ?? ' iwanl
the ? ?ver. I h?' ??tlier line? of I In
'???Id make ii al lined a perf.-ci
square. Kach aide is ? little
??i*. mi lea, and if ni?- da? is clear *?
civ part of th.* lieh! ?-un beseen fron
any ?ithei p-irt.
There ere no roads thioiigli th?
i ?niia: wheat field. It in t?> he on?
?solid stretch ?'f graiu, ?ml even
-?Miare foot of land is t?> beaterilixed
Plowing and planting begau in tin
??i*: wh?*rtt Held alxf.it the in i ?.1 ti I ?- n:
last .lt.lv ami will hard h I??* pom
plete?! for the next two months al
laaat Hut the grain will matur,
aboul th?* panic time. Then wil
eome tin? herculean ?a.ik of barreal
With th?* big improved machiner
it ?iocs not l?mk >it? though there wa
much werk spenl on planting am
barveeting th?* Held. Hut suppoa
one tiiaii ha?l t?> haudle the crop; i
such a thing were ptossible bow louj
would it take him?
Suppoee the field was one mil
wide ami fuit) miles long, ami th
?me mail bad a double gage plow cut
ting a furrow twenty-four inch?
wide. II?* would ?dart at the corn?
of t!ie field in '-?an Fauci seo and plot
south towani San ?los?-, a distance o
forty mile**. Then he would com
hack ami ?nt ?another furrow to Sa
Kranciaco, making eighty mites f?
the round tri p. ?
rinn amount of w?>rk would onl
he a tinv scratch four feet wide alon
one suie of a forty* mi le field, and tl:
process would have to he repeat?'?! t
least 1,300 times, tnakim: a total di:
i tance of about 10?*>,(Kit? miles.
Suppose that the plowman work??
at the rate of about twenty miles
?lav. To get over the 10."),000 mil
i would take 5,*$50 day?. To plai
1 would take about the some tim
| making a total of 10,500 days, ?
'. nearlv thirty vears. It would belil
: spending a lifetime ami the ilistam
i travelled would be equivalent to ?
ing around the world four tmn
Ami all in one ' "alifornia wheat fiel
To accomplish the necessai
amount of work within the time
his disposal the owner of the Clov
wheat field has to tinplov over 2?
iii?'ii, over 1,000 horses and sever
tons of lug machinery*. The m.
work early and lute now, and if t
whole acreage is plant?"? by .lamia
ami a sufficient quantity of rain ful
there will be such a ?Top of wheat
has never been Ina. .1 of, for the lai
is good lain! ami the seed ?ootl At*)
Then will the ?bread eaters of t
world give thanks for the existen
of the largest wheat fiehl in Calif?
Cure? Cv'-<l '?'? H?* -d.
K?-rti>ntt s ?nt?. ' *? i,'iib? te e.
t.? lake ai.U ??nick i?> cun . -a ?.. I.??:?) un?i a?
l broa I.
\\ Uii har.lson
"We had an awful scare at o
houae last night."
"Worse'n that: I baggage ?
brought a trunk to our door bv m
A Hlatorioal Incident Recalled
Kv-< iovernor Merriatn, of Minne?
sota, it se? ins, aspires to be atnbassa
?lor to Ittipsia. According to th.?
Chicago Chronu-1? th. re is a ?pyarrel
between the wife ?if < ? o\?*r IP >r Mer
natn and Mrs. ( . K. Davis, the wife
of the peace coiiitnis-uom-r, ami the
l'r?'si?lent hat notified '?nvernor Mer
riain that In* niu-t iiink?- his peace, or j
- wife must make her |K***.?'e, with,
Mrs. I>h\i-i, or he cannot hop?* to he
amba>aaador tu Kuaaia.
If tin- -t.u\ i?* true it would not
be th?- first tune that a I'reeident of
the I liil?*il -?t?te?. t?H)K :? hum! .n the:
quarrels among the ladies of his offi?
ciai family. It was iu "taking a
baud" m a quarrel among won
t h o I Vet i dent Vndrew Jackson suf
?ereii one off his few defeats. Ueuei
al Katou, Jackson's Secretan of War.
married in I8*?**" a widow, who had
been known as "I'rettv I'eggie
O'Neill." She waa the daughter of
s tavern keeper in Washington and a
woman of pleasm-i manuers ami
or?*;?; t??-.*.;.r\. rhe other cabinet la
.?i'*- ?iil 1101 approve ?t" Mr?. I ??
for various reason--, ami thev noiitled
? 1 'esideni t tint ? ti.??. n???
tfe h?-r ii - .i- . wouhl
couiiteiiauce no social .?t*?a 1 r to which
M?? Kuton was !!i>'t..i. Mrs. ?'a!
. the wife of the Vice President,
? it- iil??? 1 nient The i'i? ?jideiil
s won ta* i f Ii thai etui f 1 .???
dont for which he was so just h
: 1 : the
'a' \ of ' ? 11 and his bean
?it? :? rh<* White House continually
nid defied the other ladies ?if the
cabinet, hut, of cours?', tin* ladie.? of
the cabinet prevailed mightih ind
the President met withahumili
ami ignominious it 11?* had
never before met with such forte,
rom pared with them f?eneral Pack
en ham and bis regulars from the IV
uinaula wer?- ?easy. Tins famous]
11 narre I over pretty Peggy O'Neill
chano??.1 the history ?if the United
States by preventing .lohn C. Cal- :
noun from being ['reaident. That !
great man was the acknowledged ad- !
uiinistration ?candidate for the sue
cessiou, an.I, as l-sckeon's influence
in his part?, was supreme, he could
bave giveu him the nomination and
the election would have followed al- ;
most HS a matter of courte. But
General Futon's friends were to in '
??cuse?! at the part Mrs. Calboun had i
taken against pretty Peggy that they j
?searched out from a pigeon hole in :
the War Department a report writt??n ;
by Mr. t'albouu when Secretary of
War Strongly condemning an invasion
of Spanish territory by Jackson.
This report was shown to the IVesi
tient ami greatly incensed him. It
began the trouble which resulted in
the complete alienation of the two
statesmen and the substitution of
Van Buren M the administration can?
didate for the Presidency. Bait.
To inaure a happy new year, keep the
liver clear and the i??>?lv vigorous by us
Ing !>?? Witt's Little ?Early Rleetre, the
famous little pills for constipation ami
liver troubles W Richardson.
General Lee Responsible Af
ter l.te bad taken Harper's Ferry,
the President determine?! to fix the
responsibility for the loss of that un
portant position. Ilallcck was sum
moneil, but did not know where the
blame lay. "Very well," said ?Lin?
coln, "I'll ask General ?Schenck. The
latter could throw no light upon the
? I uest ion. Milnn was the next tt>
enter a pie* of "not guilty." I looker
made a very emphatic disclaimer of
all responsibility. Then the Presi
ilent assemble?! the four generals in
his room, and said to them: "(?entle
meii. Harper*! Ferry was surrendered,
pod none of you, it seems, is respou
sible. I am very anxious to discover
the man who is." After striding
across the room several tunes, the
President suddenly threw up his bow?
ed heail and exclaim?*?!' "I have it;
I know who is responsible." "Who,
Mr. President, who is it?" asked the
distinguished ?juartette. "(?entle
ii.en," said the President, with a
mean ins; twinkle in his eye. "(?euer
al Lee is the man.''
I.a Grippa ?s amia epidemic. Kvery
precaution should he taken to avoid it.
Its specific cure is One Minute Couch
fare. A .1. Sheperd, Publisher Aeri
cultural Journal and Advertiser, Eiden,
M?) , says "No on?' will It?' disappointed
in aalns One Minute Cough Cars f??r I.a
Grippe.'1 Pteaaaal to take, quick to
aci "iV Hi?*liar?lson
Temperatur? in Havana
Chicago l'ecord: In Havana the
mean annual tempe-ature varies m
different years from 7? t?? ?'.?.
Throughout the West Indies the
menu annual temperature near the
sea is from 78 to Hi?. The mean dai?
ly range is ah?>ut ?'? and the mean an?
nual range does not exceed 90. The
tnt'Hii temperature in Havana of the
Imttest month** var;?> irom mi to -*"?.
an?! the m?*an temperature of the
?coldest month'- from ??? to ??'.. The
minimum temperature i? vert rarely
M low as 50 and tin high rarely ei?
lt l'iii. Then are ???<? records of
fr?.>ts. >'\t ept on December %A ami
25 m 1 *-*'??'?. Kven in the high alti?
tudes on ?he Tat j u i no. sum. soon
f??? t above the tea level, there are but
fea frosti -und never snow. The .
?*ra^?* number of ram. da\- m 11 ti -
; rom 1 1 "-" t?? Il .*?. The aver
amount ?>f rain for a period ,?t 1?'.
years was |H inches, and m the Mme
?period the maximum rainfall w*- ;
The in?-.tn r? lal i ? ?? humiditt
from "*?' t?i , Ii. Kvaporation -
treme I v ratml.
? ??M-t-I* I III|2 I : - ling of
troops there if should n?>f lie f"
ten t nui ?Spanish Iro?
t.oiis?-I ?! I\ ciir.-d for. ami tin*
deal ' the cil mad? .?
\ classes ?*> ho live in distret*
???ui.liti?ii*?. Vmerican troops will be
c?!i r ? ?? ? aid*? cm m | ? ??! on ? nuiid
s < well as mei
lu? v will he '> h? re t h?* g
tiitittii- are extreuiel*) favorable tu
good henil Ii, a: uedical depart
men I will doubtless be ;> cop?
\iit!i ail ordinary forms of sicknesi
t.t i In* sain.- ;u!\ an tage as in the north,
and possibly will lie able to prevent
\ How f? \?T.
?" o'.d Cure.
?.. ' Un?.
?v Richar latin
A Wueito Of Good Material
A well-known Congressman, wh<
whs a farmer before be went into pol
ities. wat doing bis district not Ions
. an?! in bit rambles he saw a mai
in a stumpy patch ?if ground trym?
to get a plough through it. He wen
over to him after a brief salutation
ami asked the privilege of making i
turn or two with the plow. The ua
live shook his head doubtfully as h
looked at hit visitor's store clothe
and general air as a ?gentleman o
elegant leisure, but he let him tak
the plow. The ?Co uan saile
away with it in tine st\le and plowe
four or five furrows before theowm?
of the field could recover from hi
surprise. Then he pulled up am
handed the ?handlet over to the orig
i nal owner.
"By gravy, mister." said the fai
tner, admiringly, "are you in tl:
"No." laughed the statesman.
"Y'ain't selling plowt?"
"Then what in the thunder ai
??I'm the member of Congress froi
'?Air yon the man I voted for at:
that I've been readin' about in tt
papers doin' legitlatin' and such
"Well, by hokey, mister," said ?l
farmer, as he looked with adniiratii
over the recently plowed furrow
"ef I'd a had anv iilea that 1 w
voting for a watte ?>f such good fa
tnin' material, I'd voted1 for theoth
candidate as sure as shoot in*." D
troit Free Press.
Tho One D.i> Cold Cure.
i-\?i cold - ? ? ::?!?'.?t ?;??? ht ti.?it
? -horol.it? ?*. I..i-.?'.\ Q : ?. I ?.?>??!> t;iken
e u'.?iv and Quickly ?
"Hang it, boy'" eiclaimed the te
derfiiot from the Ratt, as the belli?
of a Texas Hotel cams bouncing
on him without knocking, "have*
yon got any mannen about you?"
??Didn't you ring?*1 asked the b?
"(if course I rang."
"Didn't you ring three tinies:
"It mav have been three, as I a
in a hurry for ice water, but tl;
doesn't excuse vom for bursting
"Heg pardon." replied the boy,
j lie hacked out, "but you (Hlght
read the hell cat ?I. It's one ring I
, the p?irter, two for the bid 1 boy, a
three for a gun, am? when a gu
rings for a gun m this hotel the i
?iers are to get it to hint before t
other fellow can h.g his pardon!"
Cockran s Stylo of Oratory Defined
The Verdict: Once <)'Ferrai 1, af?
terward .'overnor of Virginia, told a
1 story that exactly characterized
Mourke i'ockran's oratory. O'Fer?
rall was following Cockrati, who?* for
two hours had deafened the Ilouv,
without adding to its story of wie
dom, in the matter of the Pockwell
election contest. Referring to I
rau's awful upr tar and paucity of
argument, < >'I'i rrall observed:
"As I -?at listening to ? ntie
man, Mr. speaker, and I 1 on
the riot of words without purpos
aim. or au j ' Ming glimmer
i ? ...
tins lb? use, I began to feel like the
??hl dar.-. . ?- plodding and
.-hing homeward through a mid
il thunder storm. ! tie a
were blowing and the ram sheeting
downward. Kyery other moment a
tniug slashed the heavens
'?? like s kuifeof fire Then fol -
rolling crash ou
be very roots of tbe hills
were being ?lorn from th? me in
. ? -ond, am! tben leave the
old darky il i ghl than
ever. lint tl:. I li?es*
s.uit: I heir rol I i i end.
'! C.\ || ,?!
- i ' '
I'h ? I'h
ail the - iiiii
r Thee or chaug too n
infinite plans. n't t ?1 in b.
noise an' a leetle mo' light? \i
lielching, *u; him- ?
- Datantly VI
Favorite Orator of the Day
New Vork Commercial Advertise)
Perhaps the favorite orator I
either h ? - Senator Wolcott C
?Colorado. Wolcott is nol i
and*ready debater, an?! seldom tak?
part in the running diacuss
the Senate. When be dot.-, goiin
body 0U the other suie il .j?t \
?airy away a mental souvenir of tl
occasion, for WaUott has a d
edged tongue, and is somewhat reel
lc.-s in its use if an opponent who
be ?lesj - in his way. Wo
cott - is high pitched, but as
rule it wears very well, and h
? ??lies, are a.
' ?lent care iu make them r.
well as they are delivered. Anoth
charm of his oratory is that it
"meaty." You may dissent fro
every position betakes, and recogni
j the fallacy underlying ? n
I he presents, but it is impossible
I deny that he has had ?something
; sav which is worth hearing. lie in
give you bad logic, but he clothes
in phraseology which leavesnodon
of his meaning and which ue\
grates on the most fa? ?us rheti
leal sense. His get tu res are limit?
almost never pasting ?beyond a ?low
ward ttroke of one bent arm. t
band clasping a roll-up haudkerchi
: l.ut the sort of speeches Wolc
makes need DO visible gestures t?> ;
: tuate them. The spectator m
sit where he cannot see the ipeal
or may shut his eyes, an?! if he it
miliar with Wolcott't style, he ?
easily supply the movements of I
arm ami fitt in imagination at
' proper junctor. -
Horrible ?agony is caused by Pi
i Burns and Skin Dis? .???< - Tin se
I immediately relieved and quick?) cu
' l>\ Da Witts Witch Hazel s;(l\"c
?? ire of worthless imitation "?"?
An Oi i> Supers! i rioN.? At t??
old superstition about lucky ami
lucky ?lays for marriage, which
. gert in many mindt even to this d
the general idea it emli-odied in
"Monday for wealth.
Tuesday for health.
Wednesday the best ?lav of all:
Thursday for crosses.
Friday for lor-rtea,
--atuitlav DO luck at all!"
Mi S A l'a?, klei. Editor ?>:
. an.?p\ I l-'la | llusll?*. \\ It II lu?
children, suffered terribly from
. Grippe. One Minute t'on^rh Cure
the oalj remedy thai helped them
acted quickly. Thousands of oihen
this remedy ;?s t ipeclth for la <?ri
and Its ashautflnft after ??ii?,?-t*. v
fails W Richardson
"Washi-ajrton's Fine Tact
"The social punctilio of the Phila?
delphia 4A*-senibly* wa? enforced per?
haps more nghlly in the early Colo?
nial dav* than it is today, for when
a girl wb?0S0 name had ?been on it?
li-tt-i of the chosen iraditcreetly to?k
a goldsmith and jeweler for a hus?
band sh?* was dropped at once from ?
ipatiou in the sacre?! functions
for having committed the '?up.trdon
able ai n of'marrying in trade.' " writes
William Perrina of "The Niosl Ans
tocmtic Social Event in America," in
the January L>i<lie*?* Hon:* Journal.
"The 'trai!.*' line of demarcation, in
I tima tu? h *<? a -
w.tr. and a second 'Asaem
formed, made up chiefly of the fam
-m-ti ?i oppoeiti in to
Miie.? ''">'? The conflict came
on while Washing! is living
Philadelphia a- President. So m
tense w?? it that each part) i\
to i*a'u the favor of tl
man ami his wife. The one \\
announce all m b
of his birthday f
second of Februar*.. the
other pre| similar ?
i Wm _? ered bin
f the dilemm ? it tending bol b,
and proposing isioo the
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f the -" "
The One Day Coir? Cure
jht. The dur?t
of plant -
hours. Light ami I. *.'
do with plants sice}
; ferent s] sleep at different
, hours of the day. il the com
! mon morning ?lus pur
pure it ?lawn, the Star <?f
i plant at noon. The >? ?ard.
day, and for ?
at i.ottu." Ti.
evening primrose an
apple 0|?? - -??' I
Small | *?"??
? ?-? ? ?
l.ailv excitedly ?Have y.
my application for a divon
I.awyei No, madam: but I am at
work on the papers DOW.
Ladj -Thank fortune! I am not
too late. Destroy all papers a?.
idet.ee at once, please.
Lawyer?A reconcilia' is ?been
brought about between you an?:
husband, 1 infer:
I.a?ly ? ' tracions, no! He wat run
??ver and killed by a fre . a this
morning, and I want to retain you iu
my tuit aga oat the compam to
. Pel n
agon*, for tlii n, and t
. - Piles by using De Witt - \*i
Sah e l; heals injurii s ai ?k
"Have you seen a stray ii
"Black and ran. Kound spot ini?
tier hit ear. Ktcaped from tus ken
I nel about i?"> minute-? ago and ran
off in tiii? direction. 1 wouldn't lose
i him for anything."
"What do you value him at
"Two humlred dollars."
"Well, he's worth more than that
now. 1 saw him goiug liket) -
dowu that alley ti.e minuten ago with
at least 10 cents' worth of tina
Tho One D.iy Cold Cui
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"This," said the police judge the
other morning, "it one of the most
aggravated cases of sssaull and bat
ten der brought to m? official no?
tice. How could a big, able-bo?lied
man like you strike a ?leaf muter"
"Ho you't n'ant that he could
n'at her tp'ake nor h'ars?"
"That's precisely what I unan.
"Thin' sor. phv the devil didn't be
and the hundred and one -?imi
i ir ills caused by impure blood
or inactive liver, quickly yield
to the purifying and cleansing
? properties contained in
It cures permanently by acting
: naturally on all organs of the
body. Asa bloi tnser, flesh
builder, and r. it
nas no equal I in Quart
Bottle.*, and sold at $1 each.
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