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SHE KNEW THE G A ME.
" What Is tho similarity.
Miss Ethel." asketVthcCbcaii,
Between a traine of ball and met
Yawned Ethel: "1 don t know." ,
" Why It's a match, "of course," grinned he. I
With Idiotic bliss
"In which a ml. 3 Is cauirbt, you see.
Because 1 court a uiis pi
How smart," snla Ethel! Wo announcou
She had a riddle, tod: v
"The ball you play with must be bounced;
Why like the ball are you?
He eyed the clock. "Because," sighed he,
Because I'm always roucd'.'"
Oh. always! 1 suppose." said fehe, t ;
"Kotruns you are renown a. - J
' 4 i
"Indeed.-1 am. and home-runs, too
Why, all the boys allow"
" O. I'm so i?lnil. -he smiled, " for you
Can mako a homo run now."
U. C. Ik1'JC Jn JDetptft Frcr JVr
A SCHOOL-MA'AM FARMER.
farmer ThHtlopoil' Account of Her
nrr of Iliimilug; Varlou Aerlciilturnl
Implements Her Departure n Oreat
I.osh to the Faruu
Editor tf the Eagle: Xoticiii' in your
columns quite recent a paragraph to the
foHowin": H 'j ,
"MWs Ella Vjtchazel, achannnig young
school teacher of Villi.cn, la., finding the
close confinement and arduous duties of the
inurfiu 'er health, tried the
out-door cure. Instead of spending her
inters salary and summer vacation In a
crowded hotel. at the seashore. .lit went on
a farm, cut twenty-live acres of pr.uiie hay,
hat rested forty acres of wheat, gained
twenty iraunds in weight, a eoat of tan for
her hands and face, and a ruggeJ health
that can not be equaled any where otr a
farm. There's tho girl you ure loqkiug for, I
joungman." ... .-.,.. ,
.jpw, what I want to say: x am Avell
J-act is it was my farm she spent the sum
mer on. .Nice girl, tila is, as ever run
Mild In the sun. .."We was glad, wife an'
i v" --
Me, to have her come, an' she did limit s
he pleised on Hie farm. I'd often read in
the papers 'bout tiiese young women that.
taught school in the winter an tanned in uie
- utunier, but I never nad any experiences
of em before.
Well, she fanned. First day, nothin'd
do bnt .lie hois rake. . -Well, a
very man-in woman that town
wants to drive the boss rake, an' they call
that gittin' In tho hay. dy little .laney,
eleven years old nest May, usually driven
the rakis for us. but she ain't ben feeJm
overly eart tliis summer an' 1 kinder kept
I1LT lllll of U1C Min. bo .1111') r.ll.l gits her-
M?lf boosted-up .on the host rake my 1m)v I
Joe he boosted .her an, then -he scceameil
an fell off. Theu she got on agin. hit
the boss a crack an' away she went on the
dead jump, nut p' the field Suto the road,
boss a goin' dust a Ilyin' an' Miss Ella
serccchin. Some of the men headed her
otf an' stotred tlie boss. Then she tried
it agin. Thl4 timo""slie -truck richt straight-through
the standin' crass where it va
tallest Im'nhlC'itSfafid'taifL'Ieaest: hoSs. a
balkin' and tuggin' away by turns, grass
holdin' on or comin' ii by the roots, rake
teeth a snappin'. We got her out of that,
and Iosta whole day on the rake, gettin' it
mended. - . '
Then she trlftUIiivin a load Into. the big
bam. Had to the house for a ladder,
an then all the uieu hail to gj clear
tiut of the rield"hile she elimbeil up on the
load. Drivin' in she got the wagon caught
in a hedge gap as wide as the Missouri
Hirer, mil over two stand of bees, upset the
load aud buried herself under three hundred
pounds of hay. It was the safest
" 'v . l:,
vV " - -'..
place for.ber under the excltin circumstances:
so iT3 left her ther' onlil the
bees got cammed down an' we got some
work done. Next load she went in on, and
then tunied all of the men out of the barn
while she climbed up into the mow, an'
then she wandered around ontil she stcpjed
into a chute and shot down about twenty-eight
feet into, the. cow bam an lit right on
the back of a Jersev calf that was worth
S'ilO of anv man's monev an hour before.
Miss Ella wa'u't killed, but s'io was that
jammed up that she lay in bed two days,
an but for that providence we'd hev ben
workin' at that bay yet. An' anybody that
wants a broken back calf can have one at
his own riggers.
Well, come wheat harvest, she must drive
Hie self-binder. That was a leetle too
riskybut5li(i.had.hexownay. But she
couldn't-be trastcd up abore the knives, so
somebody bad to set up, there an' hold her
on. My boy Joe, he .held her" on I told
Joe she was a makm' a fool of him an" if
she didn't make him drive around every
poppy an' every blossomin' weed she see in
that field to save it. Never mind the wheat,
but .save -the blamed weeds. There was
only one stump on that three hundred and
twenty acres of prairie land, just one stump,
an' 1 hope I may go to seed before
If .that girl didn't nin Into it an' break
the reaper. Lost all the rest of that day a
mendin of it. t
Next day, she was that proud an' confi
dent she could drive alone. Well, we tied
her into the seat so's't she couldn't fall off
an .she started. Two rod from the start a
big, black snake stuck up his Thead an'
you know how slick them knives amputate
a snake? Miss EIJa, she gives a faint little
squeak'an'' faints dead away.. My boy
Joe he's always hangin' around he
jumped for the horses, took Miss Jilla
down and carried her to the house. MoneVr
nor ncaitny tan, nor ruggeti ap)etite, .nor
notiiiir couldn't coax Miss Wltcua7.elwlnto
thatujeldjagiiu ait we got through
vestin' all riglit Juid, how the men
laffed. And yet, .we. all liked tho girl.
But the idee of her farmin. Why, do you
know, sir, one day in hayin', shu went to
town took one of my-best' work horses
an was gone' all day, an ramo homo with
'bout twenty yards of blue and white ribbons,
ami tied 'em on the men's hats and
the rake handles, and wanted us alt to
wear biled tdilrts, with the sleeves looped
up with blue ribbon, go marchin' out to the
hayfiel(!,,uieat the head with the most and
longest ribbous, a slugin': "We merry
haymakers, tra. la, la, la, la!"' She saw it
done that way once in a concert or t heavier
an tboiijglit that was tho way hayin'
was always done. An' she was so vexed
that the cried" when we wouldn't wear 'em.
Law, when I put on that hat, ma laid back
and laughed tilHthe tears ran down her
dear old cheeks. Job Thlstlepod,'' she
said, "if you'll go out an' work in that
rig, -you'll scare away the grasshoppers."
My boy, Joe, he dld'wear h's hat out, but
he hid it under the hedge when he got out
of sight of the house. I told Jou he was
the biggest fool I ever tee.
.Well. Miss Ella got along fairly well
after wheat harvest. Gathered some graceful
sprays, Ghe called 'em, of poison Ivy one
day; inil' eotlldn't see. out of. nne.cye for
One day she took a tin pailr
to go out after berries, and when she went
through the cow pasture the cows thought
tliero was salt In the mil "(l chasca h,'r
till she was nigh rea.lv to utop. And she
went to the barn once an' tried to harness a
young Tuekahoe colt that bart never had a
halter on him, an' how she got out of the
stablealive'sinore'n I can'tc11' Hut what
wanted to say is that that's about tho
way the young women who farm so graceful
In-the ncwsiiaiiers usually faruV tl1"
JannT Hut weiiSced her iA' VS hated to
sec her go. An' s'he w1Uake a sPlpmlul
wife for some man, if sheisn't run a farm,
but 1 don't know about Jur yuuS "u'n
coinin' out to look after her, for when she
said lo nm r njback to town.
slie thruwed her arms arsW" Jy n?'la,i,
gin me a kiss that 1 iyvboyjoe,
standin' by the wago cr to town.
he Was always omei und: "Joe,"
savs. '"You'd cire in the farm
for that.'' an' .Ilw ha' ui.tQ care for
anythhig'of Kqkii t Ella, sheiip
an' glre me another eeie.an a kS98a;;
Isaw her lookfngjflve; .Shoulder at mr
ooy Joeanu ivtw: u law! Durdcttci
in nnuil.lint Kidln. rj
A DECIDED? rAR( IN.
fflir a IJlroIt Clllien Vtas xfoSs
Negotiate a I.o.in.
"Say for heavens sake lend mo-two
cents!" io gasjed, as lit rushed into a
saloon near the foot of JctlerMin aeune
'i.endyou two cents-.''' . .
"VesjesAH 1 want is two cents f
'Seoyou'riangcdJirat!'' - .
'Sayl leinrme two cents!" exclaimed
the mai as he msbed out the door and
nearly upset a pedestrian with a sachel.
T1' give you two kirks instead!" te-plied
Iho man as he recovered his balance,
but the other had skipped across the stteet
to importune the - driver of an express
wagi'ii. He was finally a-ked what he
wanted of the money, and he explained:
"1 was over at the depot. Fellow with
big neck Tubf agin me. I tells him to
look ouf. He says he w ill lick me for tw o
cents. 1 feels in all n:y pocket, but I
haven't a red. Just imagine m embarrassment!"
"You'd better drop the matter."
'What! when I haven't had a fight for
seven months "r lccii licked for two
jears!" Never! It's the cheaiwst offer 1
ever had, and I'll accept it if 1 have to steal
And he continued his way up the street
and halted every pedestrian to appeal:
"Sav! if you hare any mercy on a poor,
forlorn man, Jend me two cents !" Dftroi
Free. Press. ... . ,
An Old Cutiiiiltlnt.
Aifxious Mother Edward, I wish you
would go up-stairs and see Charles. The
poor boy is in great distre
I'nfeeling Father What alls liljn? .
'.Hemorse. 1 forbade him to go fishing
..tlithfi Simp'on boys, and he went. , He
Is grieved over the disobedience
and is "really sick ami so pale and weak!"
" Yes, I saw liim as he came in mid
crawled up-stairs. Make yourself easy,
my dear. There is another name for it besides
Hemorse. It is generally known as
His First Cigar." PhUudrlnh (a CalL
The Cat Out or the Hag.
A little colored loy went to a butcher's
stall in Austin and said to the butcher:
"1 say, boss, gib me a little chunk of
meat for our dog."
"All right, black facend shiny eye,"
said the butcher,
"Yes, boss, but don't gib me sich a tuff
piece as yer dHas time. My fodder jnos'
broke his jaw tryiu ter Texas
He III l'niic for Alarm.
1'hysioian You do not need medicine at
all. Take plenty of exercise and a mild
tonic sa a bottle of claret eveiy day.
Patient (in alarm) Oh, no! 1 can't do
"ll'in. Temperance man?"
"t)h, no! But the fact is I was in the
wiue business myself once,.and I ktn'
how it's made." Fliiladdnhia Call.
A Dl'UK'S KEASOX.
FntT l)i'iK Putting ni a
Deali in.it It ' iw'al rsUvfnr n
lose his arm. . mMMBHrR
SKtoxi) I)ii)i:rAiBPf Chawley'.'
Yiitsr l)iDi'lKHpooh man
couhlu'a wealtwe'af B;f beautiful cufft
- .-,- A'Tsri noiurj.
uu the nrst Jim Murry, "in
Austin Iandlo: tetter Mc?
Ginnis for the ciiwr att.
"31r. Murry, 1 don'tHHgigl't "
chanre me twpntv iinitars a inontTr'feC'itfcei
. "":"""". . .. . ..i-
rent ot ims room. When it rams ine water
runs right into the room througlitheloofr
it leaks so.'' VJ
"What! There is running water on the
premises'? You will have to pay five dollars
extra for that. Iiow long have you
"lieen enjoying toe water privileges at my
Hl tiullly Conscience.
"Htrj s a strange phenomenon, hubby."
"What's that,. my dear?"
"This paper tells of a
cereus in Massachusetts that blooms in the
"Welly ihat is rather paradoxicil."
"Yesdpar. and do yon know I've noticed
lately a great many evidences of night
turning into day."
"My darling, I j hope ' will not permit
your insinuations to become persona!."
Death. ' - .
A negro iivuig'ua Onifn Creek came to
AustliT recently, "antl the following conversation
occurred between iiu ai,tl n c,t"
lie is done dead.''
How did hit
,c. uuiimoio ine: so.
come aDout?" .
"lie died whl dilesshun ob do limes, but
surrounded wid, do bes1 wishes ob de hull
neighborhood." Texas StftlQ
The Early Uir.l Catches On.
"So, Mrs. Yamspinnar, you are left a
'There,' SWe7u0t't cry. That won't
orlnir him back n
"i know- it, but it will excite sympathy
and help nie to cet another." Chicago
Tho First Lion Tamor in the Person
of tho Prophet Danioi.
"Tfindon Open Tow.ird .lerinalem" T!ie
Kelatlve Attract loin or i: irtlily and
Heavenly Homes Victory tho
Only I'ltssport to Heaven.
IlRbOKLV.Y, X. Y., October -1 The Rev.
T De Witt Talmage Drenched this morning
in the Brooklyn Tabernaelo on the sub
ject, "Windows Toward Jerusalem." Before
the sermon ho expounded the parablo
in Luke concerning the widow's plea before
the unjust jude, and shewed how
God honored prayer. To-day wns communion
Sabbath, and numbers wore added
to the church immbership, which now
reaches considerably beyond 0,0J0. Tho
oDening hymn was:
Nearer, my Cod, toThco
K'en though It be
A cross that raiseth me.
Mill all my song shall be.
Nearer, my (,od, to Theo
Nearer to Thee,
15ie text of the sermon was:
His windows being open and his chamber
toward vl., 10.
Dr. Talmage said! Tho scoundrelly
princes'of Persia, urged on by political
jaalousy of Daniel, have succeeded in got-
jtingaslajr passed that whoever prays to
HJodsb.Bll'be putunder the pw and teeth
of the lions, whofare lashing Pwmselves
in rage and hunger up and down ttho stone
cage; or, putting their lower jaton tho
ground, bellowing till UMAearth
.trembles. But the leonine trnfHHUiot
coeur do Hon. These enemies tn&ht as well
have a law that the sun should not draw
water or that the south wind should not
sweep across a garden of magnolias, or
rthatf God should be abolished. They could
jnoTScare Mm with the. red-hot furnaces,
'SnUftbeycan not now'scare him with tho
lions. As soon as Daniel hears of this
enactment ho leaves his clllco of Secretary
of State.Avitb its upholstery of crimson
and goldndjcomes "down the wjilte marble
steps atTdgooVito bis owu house. Ho
opens his window nndputs ' tho shutters
back, and pulls the curtains aside so thnt
he can look toward the sacred city of Jerusalem,
and then prays. I suppose the
people in the street gathered under and
lefore his window und said: "Just see
that man defying tho law; he ought to bo
arrested." And the constabulary of the
city rush to the police headquarters and
report that Daniel is on his knees at the
w ide open window. "You aro my prisoner,"
said the officer or tho law, dropping
n heavy hand on the shoulder of tho
Daniel. As tho constnblos open the
door of the cavern to thrust in their prisoner
they see the glaring ees oT the monsters.
But Daniel becomes tho first lion
tamer, an 1 they lick his hands and
at his feet, and that night he sleeps with
the shaggy mane of n wild boast for his
pillow, while the K'ng that night, sleepless
in his palace, has on him the paw and
teeth of a lion he can not tame, the lion of
a remorseful conscience.
What a pictuie.it would be for somn artist,
Dariu, in the earlv dusk of morn-
ing, not waiting for the footmnn or
to the den, all flu. bed nnd
nervous and m deshabille, and looking
through the crerices o.' tho cage to seo
what had become of ht Prime Minister.
'ithat, no sound?" he says; 'Daniel Is
suiely devoured, and ibe lion, arj sleeping
after thoir horrid meal, tho bones of
the poor man scattered across the fl wr of
the cave n." With trembling voice Darms
calls out, "Dan el!" N, answer, Jor tho
prophet is yet in profound sltimbr. Bnt
a lion, more easily awakened, advances,
and with hot breath blown through tho
?revice seoms angrily to d'liinnd thoennse
of this interrup.ion, and then another
wild beast lifts his mnno from under
Daniel's head, and tho prophet, waking
up, comes forth to report himself unhurt
But our text stands us at Daniel's window
open to toward Jerusalem. Why in
that direction open? Jerusalem
was bis native laud nnd all tho
pomp of his Babylonish successes could
not, make him forget it. He came there
from Jerusalem at eighteen years of age,
and ho never visited It though he lived to
be eighty-five years. When ho wished to
arouse the deepest emotions and grandest
aspirations of his heart he had bis window
open toward his native Jerusalem.
There are many of you to-day who understand
that without any exposition.
This is getting to be n nation of foreigners.
They have come into nil occupations
nnd professions. They
sit 111 all chuicies. It may ba twenty
years ago since you got your na'ural
papers, and you may In thoroughly
Araericaniz ;d, bin you em'c forgot the
land of your b rtli, nnd your warmest
sympathies go out toward it. Your windows
are open toward Jerusalem. Your
fnther nnd mother are burie 1 there. It
may have been a very bumblo homo in
which you were birn, but vour memory
often plays nrounl it and you hope some
day to g and see It, tho hill, the tree, the
brook, tho house, the place so sacre 1, tho
door from which you s'arted oil with parental
blessing to make ycur own way in
the world; and God only knows how
sometimes you have longed to seo the
familiar places of your c lildhood, and
how- in awful crises of life you would like
to have caught a gl.mpse of the old
wrinkled faci that over you as you
lay on the gen'lo lap, twenty or forty or
fifty years agoYou may have on this
sldo thefsearisen in fortune, and, like
Danielhave beebmo'great, and may have
come into prosperities which you never
pcoBld have reached if you had stayed
ti and you isay have many windows
rfiw" koasef bay,Vindows nnd skylight
and windows on all s.des, but you have at
least one window open toward Jerusalem.
When the foreign steamer.comes to the
wharf you see tho long line or sailors with
jdmnlderedjnail .iiu8 W oJ' - thg
planks carrying as many leQBByou
might sunpose would be cinJKii tor a
year's correspondence, and tlnrepon'ed
again and-again during the wre'k.
them are letters ffoja'bome, and
of the land people
dtt?Xek tho wndo'w anJXJ anxiously ask
for them, hundreds of thousands of per-
thatwindow of foreign malls,
the opercwiHdowItoward Jerusalem. Messages
thalSiylJ.When are ypu jco'ming
home to seeh? Brother has .gone into
the army. Sister is dead. Father and
mother are getting very feeble. We aro
having a great struggle to get on here.
Would you advise us to come to you, or
will you come to us? All join(in love and
hope to meet you, it not in tuis worm,
then in a better. Good-bye l"
Yes, yes; In all these cities and amid
tho flowering Western prnirjes, and on
the slopes of tho Pacific and amid the
Sierras, and on the banks of tin lagoon,
and on tho ranches of Texas there is an
uncounted multitude who this hour
stand and sit and kneel with their windows
open toward Jerusalem. Some of
thein played on the heather of the Scottish
hills. Some of them were driven out by
Irish famine. Some of them in early Ufa
drilled in the German army. Soma of
them were accustomed at Lyons or Marseilles
or Paris to see 011 the street Victor
Hugo and Gambetta. Some chased the
chamois among tb Alpine precipices.
Some plucked the ripa clusters from Italian
vineyards. Some liftod their faces
under the midnight sun of Norway. It is
ao dishonor to our land that they remember
the place of their nativity. Miscreants
trould they b3 if, while they have some of
heir windows open to take in the free air
tf America and tho sunlight of an atmosphere
which no kiogly despot has ever
ireathed, they forgot sometimes to open
he window toward Jerusalem. No
that sometime) when the Swiss is far
.way from horn., at hearing the National
dr of his own country sung, the malady
of homo-sickness comes on him so power
fully ns to cause bis dea h. You have tbo
example of the heroic Daniel of my text
for keeping early memories fresh. Forge
not the old folks at h me. Write often,
and if you have surplus of m, !
they a deficit, make practical contribution !
and rejoice that America is bound to all
tho world by ties of sunguinity as is no
other nation. Who can doubt but that it
Is appointed for the evangelization 0f all
lands? What a stirring, molting,
theory that nil tho doors of other
nations are open toward us while our windows
are open toward them I j
But Daniel in tho text k-pt this
of his doinistic fortress unclosed because
Jerusalem was tho capital of sacrel
influences. There smoked tho sacriflw.
There was the holy of holies. Theresas
the ark of tho covenant. There stood tba
temple. We are nil tempted to keep our
windows open on the opposite side,
towaid tho world, that we may see am!
hear and appropriate its advantages.
What does tho world say? Whatdsth9
world think? What does the world do?
Worshipers of tho world instead of worshipers
of God. Windows open tcward
Babylon. Windows open toward Corinth.
Windows open toward Athens. WfnJows
open toward Sodon. Windowsopen
toward tho flats instead of window?ipe,n
toward the hills. Sad mtsia"M;;rior"tb,is
world as a god is like something.! saw
tho other day in the museum
Germany. Tho figure of afrirgin
in wood and iron. Tho victim inoMan
tima was brought there, nud this fijura
would open its arms to receive htm, and
once enfoldod, tho figure closed witlra
hundred knivo3 and lances upon him,
and then af forward let him drop IS) feet
sheer down. So tho world first embraces
its ldolaterib then closes upon them with
drop 'Toreverlown. Tho &tf ,
honor the world could confer was
to make a man Homao taipsror,
but out of sixty-three Emperors it allowed
only six to die peacefully in their
beds. The dominion of this world over
multitudes is illustrated by the nanvas of
coins of many countries. They have their
pieces of money which they call sovereigns
and half-sovereigns, crowns and
half-crowns, Napoleons and
and ducats and Isabellin'os. all of kWbU'h
names mean not so much usefulness as
dominion. Tbo , .most of our windows
open toward tnoV.Exchange, toward (tho
salon of fashion, toward the God of this
world. In olden times tho length of
English yard was fixed by tho length of
the arm of King Honry I., an 1 we are apt
to measuro things by a variable standard
nnd by tito human arm that in the great
crises of life can give us no help. We
need, like Daniel, to open our windows
God and religion.
But, mark you, that good lion-tamer is
not standing at tho window, but kneeling
while ho looks out. Mist photographs
are taken of thoo in standing or sutin;
posture. I now remember but otio picture
of a man kneeling, nnd that was David
Livingstone, who, in th caise of God and
civilization, sacrificed himsel', nnd in tho
heart of Africa bis servant, Majwara,
found him in the tent, by the ligat
of a candle stuck on the top of a
box, his heart in Ills hnnds upon the
pillow and dead on bis knees. Hut here is
a grout living under the dash
of the l'glit und his hair disheveled by the
breeze, praying. Tho fact is that n man
can see further on his knees than standing
on tip-toe. Jerusalem was about 3')) statute
m ls from Babylon, and tho vast Arabian
desert shifted its sands between
them. Yot through thnt opeu window-Daniel
saw Jerusalem, saw all between it,
saw beyond, caw time, saw otornity, saw-earth
and caw Heaven. Would yon like
to sbo the way through your sins to pardon,
through your troubles to comfort,
through tomptation to rescue, through dire
sickness to immortal health, through night
to day, tbrongh things terrestrial t things
celestial? You will not seo them till you
take Daniel's posture. X cap of ! to
tno joinu of the fingers, no cap of bona to
the joints of the elbow, but cap of boae to
the knees, made so because the god of tho
body was tho god of the soul, au especial
provision for those who want to pray, ami
physiological structure joins with spiritual
necessity in bidding us pray, and pray
and pray. In olden time the Earl of
Westmoreland said ho had no need to pray,
Ifecause he had enough pious tenants on
his estato to pray for him; but all the
prayers of church universal amount to
nothing unless, like Daniel, we pray for
ourselves. U men and women, bounded
on one side by Shadrnch's red-hot
furunco and on the other si le by
devouring lions, learn tba secret of courage
nnd deliveranco by looking at that
Babylonish window open toward the
southwest. "Ob," you say, "that is the
direction of tho Arabian Desert." Yes;
but on the other sido of the desert is God,
is Christ, is Jerusalem, is lleaveu. Tbo
Brussels lace is superior to all other lace,
so beautiful, so multiform, so expensive,
400 francs a pound. All tin world seeks
it. Do you know how it is made? The
spinning is done in a dark room, the only
light admitted through a small apsrturo
aud that light falling directly on tho pattern.
And tho finest specimens of
character 1 have ever seen, or ever
expect to see, are thoso to be found in
lives nil of whose windows have been
darkened bv bereavement nnd misfortune
save one, but under that one window 0f
prayer tho interlacing of divine
went on until it was flt'to deck a
throne, a celestial embroidery
admired and God approved." L
Bnt it is another Jerusalcinftoward
which we now need to open onr windows.
Tho exiled evangelist of Ephe3m1fsaw It
ono day as the surf of the Icarian Sea
foamed and splashed over the banlder at
his feet, and his vision reminded nie of a
wedding day when the bride, by sister
and maid, was having garlands twisted
for her hair and jswels strung former
neck just before she puts her betrothed
hand into the band of her affianced: "I,
John, saw the Holy City, New Jerusalem,
coming down from God out of heaven
prepared as a bride adorned for her bus-
- Tbad, Toward that bridal nlBrasaJtiP are
our vinaovs openeur i a wuum uu wuu iu
think more of heaven. It is not a nero
annex of earth. It is not a desolata outpost.
As Jerusalem was the capital of
Judab, and Babylon the capital of' the
Babylonian monarchy, and London
is tho capital of Great Britain,
and Washington is the capitalof mir
own republic, the New Jerusalem tno
capital of the universe The King gives
there, and the royal family ofjtthe redeemed
have their palaces thweand
there is a Congress of "many naMonsland
tho Parliament of all the worldsfet, as
Daniel had kindred in Jerusaleraef whom
ho often thought, though he ' left nome
when a very young; man, perhaps father
and mother and brothers and sisters still
living, and was homosick to see them, and
they belonged to the high circles of royalty,
Daniel himself having royal blood
in his veins, so wo have in the New Jerusalem
a great many kindred, and we aro
sometimes homesick to see them and
they are all Princes and Princesses in
them the blood imperial, and we do well
to keep our windows open toward their
eternal residence. It is a joy 'for us to
believe that while wo are interested
in them they are Interested
iu us. Much thought of
Heaven makes one heavenly. The airs
thnt blow through that open window are
charged with life and sweep op to us
aroma j from gardens that never wither
under s'sies that never cloud in a springtide
that, never terminato?. Compared
with it all other things aro dead failures.
Homei's Heaven was an elysium, which he
describes as a plain at the end of theeartb,
or beneath, with no snow or rainfall, and
the sun never goes down, and
tho justest of men, rules. Hesiod's
Heaven is what he calls the Islands of tb"
blest, in the midst of the ocean, threa
times a year blooming yith the most exquisite
fljwers, and the air Is tinted with
purple, while games and music and horse
racas oecupv'tbe time. The Scandin"
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vian's Heaven was the. hall of Walhalla,
where tho god Odin gave unen ling wine
suppers to earthly heroes and
The Mohammedan's Heaven passes ils d
in over the bridge AlSira. whicn it
finer than a hair and sharper than a swo. d,
and then thoy are let loose into a riot of
Tho American aborigines look forwaid
to a heaven of illimitable hunting-ground,
partridge and deer aud wild duck m ire
than plentiful, and tho bounds never Ht
tho scent, and the guns never missing Qie.
But the geographer has followed the earth so
around, and found no Honor's Elysium.
Voyagers havo traversed tho deep in all
directions, and found no Hesiod's is'ands
of the blest. Tho MnhammedauN celestial
debauchery and tho Indian's eternal hunt,
ing -ground for vast multitudes have no
charm. But here rolls in the Bible heaven.
No more sea;, that is, no wide separation.
No more tear; that is, no heartbreak.
No more pain, that is, dismissal of
lancet nnd bitter draught and miasma and
banishment of neuralgia nnd cataiepsu s
nnd consumptions. All colors in tho wall
except gloomy black. All tho music in
the majoi key becausn celebraMve and jubilant.
River crystalline, ga'c crystalline a
an 1 skies crystalline because overytuiug
is clear and without doub . White robes,
and that means sinlcssnoss. Vials full of
odors, and thnt means pure regrflomeut of
the senses. Rainbow, and that means the
storm i- over. Marnago supper, an I that
nivalis festivity, 1. mi
ner 01 iruits, iha. mean- luscious
nnd unending variety. Harp,
trumpet, grand march, anthem, amen
and hallelujah iu the sann orches
tra. Choral meeting solo and overture
meeting antiphon aud strophe joining
dithyramb a? thoy roll into the ocean of
doxologies. And you and I may havo all
that, and have,it forever, through Christ,
if wo will let him witlftbo blood of ona
wounded hand rub out our sin and with
the other wounded hnnd swing open the
shining portals. Day aud night keep your
window open toward that Jerusalem.
Sing about iu Pray about it. Think ubout
it. Talk about it. Dream about it. Dj
not bo inconsolablo about your friends
who have gone inf. ir. Do not worry
in yoir heart indicates t. at
o,i are not fa from its cc.tasios.
! no' think thnt when a Christian
dies he stops, bo goes on. An ingenious
man ha4 taken tho heavenly; fur-
longs as mentionid injtavelation,
1 nictitated fl!atjuiere will 111
1' 0 rooms 10 feet square for enc'u tiding
soul, lbotig;i this world Iosj a hundred
million yearly. But all tho rofns
of heaven will be ours, for tuey are family
rooms, nnd as no room in your
is too good for your child-ao, so all too
100ms of all palaces of tho heavenly J
rusalem will bo freo to God's
nud evon tho throne room will not be denied,
nnd you may run up tno stops of tho
throne nud put your band on the iiM of
the and sic down Loido tho K11 ',
according to tho promise: "To li.ni Uiat
overcometb will 1 g.ant to sit witu no
in my turone."
Bu yon can net go in oxcept a t conquerors.
Many Jonrs ago t!. Turks and
Christians wer In battle, and the
were defeated, and with their commander,
Stephen, fld towad a fortress
whero tho mother of this coramHB ler was
staying. When she wiw her son and his
army in disgraceful retrea she bad tho
gates of tho fortress rolled shut, and then,
from the top of the battlement, cried out
to her son: "You can not outer hero ex
cept ns conqueror." inen uptieH ran
bis forces and resumed the battle, and
gained tbo day, 2 V) drivins book 7.,WJ.
For those who are def.a'el in tho ba tlo
with sin nnd death and heil, nothing lr.it
shame and contempt. But for those wha
gain tho victory throngh onr Lord Je--as
Christ the gales of the New Jerusalem will
hoist and there shall be an abundant entrance
into the everlasting kingdom of our
Lord, toward which you do well to bees
yoor urindivrs opeu.
BEES IN POSSESSION.
A 31arjl;iinl Church In Which Thoro Was
Ni Service sunilar.
X. T. Oiaplilc lilktoo Ml.)
Adjoining Wesley Cimel ri,ides a gentleman
whose particular is b
His apiary includes a double baiter''
d of hivos, whoso rich store of honey
is the provocativo to the marauding
of all the boys in tbo neighborhood.
Last Saturday a grand raid wn
ortnnlsMl by the boys nnd they oame
away with thoir fingers dripping, tVfr
mouths plas'erod up with tho stolen
sweets and their faces marked with nngry
centers of inllsraina iou. Tlio bees waited
for twenty-four hours nnd then they got in
thuir revengeful work.
Tbo congregation of Wesley Chapel ha 1
tied up their teams aud were settling into
heir eats on Sjuday morning when they
found thnt swarms of had taken possession
of the church. They made the discovery
so suddenly thai they didn't hard
n chance to escapo before tho bees bejran
business with indefatigable Industry nnd
persistence. It i estimated that tho proportion
of stings to tho second In tbo fifty
seconds that It took tho best runner to
make the distance from the front pew to
tho door was as seven to one. Some of the
slower movers failed to cover th9 space 11
I ss than a minute and a half. The heroic
pastor waited long enough to annoutica
that the church was untenable and that no
service woidd be held that day. Ib was
the last one to escape, and biars a prop
number of honorable wounds. Hjo
aro feeling tolerably comfortable and
the congregation are hqld:ngnieetin.s tc
.io..i ,..t. i, f tlmv. elm 11 make niio her
fight to clean thocliurch out be fora Sunday.
Itc:iitirul Avoinpii Who Hail .pent
Twenty-Nine Vcar In Bid.
I Pittsburgh ' ominerclul Gazette
'I have been confined to my bed, sir, for
twenty-nine years, and still I think lifo is
Tho above remark was made by ilrs.
Shattix, a patient at the Protestant Homo
for Incurables, yo3terdny afternoon, to a
Commercial Gaztlte representative. The
lady, who is tho victim of an iucurablo
spinal disease, lay holplessly iu a most
elegant and airy room with an enchanting
view through the window. Her countenance
betokened great patience and Christian
submission. Although comparatively
UnM 1 r 1 fo 111 IT lt'Vllf A Tin n
yuuili; iici uuii 3 njr "irnv. " , a
looks as ldtiinn and healthy ns thougb'ini
the full enjoyment of vigorous life. ' '
"Do you never tire ot lyinj thero?" sho
"Oh no, sir. I am quite resigned to my
lot in life. I know that I nuvjbeyond euro,
but extreme despondency und discontentment
will not make my life any happier.
I do at times become a little down-hearted,
but ns soon as I look out of my win
dows and seo tho hills, the fields, the
woods and birds in nil their nitural beau
ty, unen I hear and see the dear childreu
In their innocent gambols and when I reflect
how well 1 am cared for here, my
heart cheers up and I deem myself ungrateful
for inwardly complaining."
This lady is quite wealthy. She has no
relatives, nnd tor this reason has chosen
tho beautiful suburban institution ns tho
plnco t(. spend the remaining years of her
wearisome life. She realizas not with re-grot,
but with tranquil peace, tho hnrd
fact that she will never leave that bed,
until it is to be carried out in n colDn to
the neighboring cemetery.
One Ilumlrc I anil Mt Year Old.
I'ouglikcepsle (N. Y.1 sjieclal.J
Moses Warroneliah, n C.iristi.in Jew,
one hundered and six years old, died today
at the Conn:y He caraa
to thp United States from Germany seventy
yeirs ago, having traveled all over the
world. In 1S49 he walked to California,
and worked in the for several
years, meeting with success. For many
years he took a prominent part In camp-meetings,
and preached In
or wherever he could secure an audience.
lie wi neTer married.
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THE ORIOLE'S SONG.
Impossible lo I)orrll' or Kedure the Notes
of These CliurinliiK ItlriN.
This binl' son consisted of four
notes, anil it is curious that although
there is a peculiar, rich, quality
by which the oriolo notes may be
recognized, uo two sing alike. Rubins,
sung sparrows, ami perhaps all other
binls sing differently from each other, of
far as I have observed, but none differ
so greatly in my opinion as orioles.
The fmir thatl hare been able to
study carefully enough to reduce
to the musical scale, though all
having the same compass, arrange I tho
notes (lifiercntly in every case. The
oriole is, of course, not limited in
tression to his song. 1 bare spokeu "f
lis cry of distress or of war, which was
two tones slurred together. The ordi
nary call, as he goes about a tree, especially
a fruit-tree in bloom, seeking
insects over am! tin tier each leaf or blossom,
is a single note, loud and clear. If
pair are on the true together, it is the
same, but much softer.
An oriole lhat I watched in the Cats-kill
Mountains regularly el his mate
while she was sitting, ami as -he left
the after giving her a be
uttered two notes which sounded exactly
like adding, after a
two more which irresistibly said,
There was a
hi thia bird's str.iin, us if Iu-
and crows amr neooleffanu
wc may nerer meet again.lui,rTiaps'it, "
was prophetic, for disaster uitt overtake
tho little family; a high wind
rocked the cradle winch also was on a
small maple tree so violently as to
throw 6ut the youngsters before the
could fly. The accident was remedied
as far as possible by returning them to
the nest, but whether they were injured
by the fall 1 never learned."'
15 r?fiiti renilv to.ati' oriole's
W r " 1 '. ... .. .
tongue, and even squawks like a robin's
aro ifqt unknown. Ihq female
to her sonskwas weaker, lacked
the clear-cut perfect ii-n of lnr mate's,
aiidJPounded like the effort, of u.
vomig bird. In the cae of those now
binder cinidcraUon, the female reproduced
exactly her partner's notes, onlv
in this inferior style, which seemed
rather unusual. The sweetest sound the
oriole utter is a very low one, to his mate
when near her, or Hying away from her,
or to his nestlings before they leave the
home. It is a teuder, yearning call that
makes one feel like an mtiv.iler, and as
if he should beg pardon and retiie. It
is impossible to describe or reduce to
the scab, bnt is is well worth wailing
and listening tar. Atlantic.
San Antonio's Spanish Quarter.
The older portion of the city is thor
oughly Spanish. There aro the broad
plazas, and low adobe houses, the narrow
streets, all suggctive of thr Spaniard.
On all sides on hear the soft accents
of the nunicnl tongue, but, though
yon foreigner cries out: "I
am a Spaniard," you find it hard to believe
that in his veins there runs any of
the blow! of (Jorlez or l'lzarro. As j on
see the men loitering around the plaia
you can but note the sullen, brutal,
treacherous- features that many of them
own: but they are of the lower class
and have known virtual slavery for generations.
Even." evening on the Military
Plaza there in a large gathering of
ihc Mexicans, as an open-air restaurant
is kept there from sundown till midnight
Tableu an1 spread, small lires
are built for eooking. lanterns are lighted,
and the proprietors are ready for
business. There you can get any of tho
delicacies so dear to the .Mexican neart,
whihtliu, tatuatc. etc..
and can air vour Spanish toy onr heart's
content. San Jntont'o (Tar.'j Cor- 1'.
- "The first step :n tatde," wrote the
late Leigh Hunt, "is to dislike all artifice;
the next is to demand unturein lier
perfection: but the best of all i to find
out the hidden beauty, which is the soul
of beauty itself, to wit. the sentiment of
it. The loviieat hair is nothing if the
wearer is incapable of a grace. The
finest e es arc not line if they say nothing.
VVhat b the liticst harp to me,
strung with gold and adorned with the
figure of Venn, if it answer with a discordant
note and hath no cords in it lit
to be wakened?"
In an unfrequented and almost inaccessible
spot on the Navajo Indian reservation,
in a wild locality seldom trod by
the feet of eivih.ed men. a stono monument,
erected by United States surveyors,
marks a most important pot. That
monument stands on the corners of the
Stato of Colorado ami the Territories of
Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, and is
tlio only place 111 the United Slates
where a peron can stand with his hand
and feet in four different political dh
Xall Lake Tribune.
Two tiny boys with pood voioos and
clcvir mimicry lirtve been singing on
Western railroad trains. They said to
sympathetic questioner that they were
working their way from San Fraucisco
to this city, and one passenger estimated
their receipts in a "ingle day at $40. He
.also discovered that they had :t in an aire r
anil treasurer in the" person of their
iatlur, to whom the ui rendered up
C1j 7i - ' ij
j , In tlumXciVr York.i.diretslorv' the
fname?cmith occupies SScblurnnsairoiyu
20, Miller'a8, ClarktelS, Williams llr
Jones 10, Kyan !), Camiibcll 7, King 6
and Ilobinso'n 5. From this it appears
that Smith still holds the championship,
and Brown maintains the record, but
that Jones and Kobinson have lamentably
fallen off. iY. T. Times.
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(mt No. 3 mixed 5 3S
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Coml Mciliuins 10 (O ftJ4Ml
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Ohio reuiiiory " -J to 34
-i a i 75
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HOUS v 6 25
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Fiour ANo. 1 H 15 C35
GKAIX Wheat Xo.2 red
flats mixed - 27 & 27H
In the New York directory the
name Frnith occupies
Miller 18, Clark I'd, Williams 11,
Jones 10, Ryan U, Campbell 7, King G
ami Robinson 0. From this it appears
that Smith.still holds the championship,
nnd Brown maintains the record, but
that Jone3 and Robinson hare
fallen off. -A. )'. Timet.
A recent compilation from criminal
records shows that for each 10,000,000
the population the number of murders
is as follows in the various countries
named: ,. England '2'tf, Beldum 240, '
Franco 26pf .Scandinavia 2CG, Germany 1
070 TridsV.l -mm I?,,.-;; Ov
. "- ... '
823, ltal50l, Spain 533, United States
TWO NOTED MINSTRELS,
Who Hare Won Vortuue anil What They and
Say About Stage Life.
From Stage liiiri.
" Billy" Emerson has recently mado a
phenomenal success in Australia, and is
Emerson was born at Belfast in 1SIG. Ho
began his carter with Joe Sweeney's minstrels
Iu Washington in 1S"7. Later on ho SI
jumped into prominence Iu connection with
.Sewcoinb's minstrels w Ith whom ho visited
Germany. Ho visited Australia in 1874
and on his return to America joined Haver-ley's
minstrels in San Francisco at $500 a
wop.Ic nnd exneuses. With this troupe he
played before her majesty, the Queen, tho
Prince of Wales, and royalty generally.
After this trip he leased the Standard
theater, Sun Fraucisco, whero for three
years he did the largest business ever
iuown to minstrelsy. In April last he
went to Australia again, wherejiejhas
beaten the record." ? f .
" BillyV is a very, uanusomo ieuow, an
excellent singer, dances gracefully, aud is
"Yessir, I bavo traveled nil over tho
world,1have met all sorts of people, come
iu coutactwith all sorts of customs, and
Lad all AOts of experiences. Ono must
have constitution like a locomotive to
stand ItflP' . -' . ,..
"YesAlBknow I seem to bear it like a
majoiand I do, but I tell you candidly
tUat'wltU tue peipeiuui iuuuj;o uiuioi
water and climate, if I had not maintained
my vigor with regular use of "Warner's
Safe Cure I should havo gone under long
George II. Primrose, whoso name is
known in every amusement circlo in
America, is even more emphatic, if possible,
than " Billy" Emerson, in commenda
tion of tlio same ariicio 10 sporting unu
traveling men generally, among whom it
is a great favorite.
Emerson has grown rich on the boards
and so has Primrose, because they have
ot squandered tho public's ''favors."
"Thk cauny Scot" ought to go into t
the fruit-canning business. Washington
A Wonderful Treak of Nature
is sometimes exhibited in our public
When we trazo upon some of the
peculiar freaks daino nature occasionally
in, our minds revert back to the
creation of mau, w ho is so fearfully and
wondorfullv made." The mysteries of his
nature have been unraveled by Dr. It. .
Pior nt RulTalo. and through his knowl
edge of those mvsteries ho has been able
to prepare his '"Golden Medical Discovery,"
which is a specific for all blood taints,
poisoiii and humors, snch as scrofula, pimples,
blotches, eruptions, swellings, tumors,
fficers aud kindred affections. By druggists.
-A i somewhat of a philosopher:
she believes in gauze aud effect.
Oil City Deni'k.
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maiden r " Yts. sir; it's the whisper of a
laash." Golden Hays.
S50O Not Called Tor.
It seems straugo that it is to
persuide infti that you can cure thoir diseases
ly a premium to tho man
who fails to receive benefit. And yot Dr.
Sage undoubtedly cured thousands of casps
of obstipato catarrh with his "Catarrh
Itemedy," who would nover have applied
to him, if it had not boon for his offer of
the above .sum for au incurable case. Who
is tho next bidder for cure or cash?
GnoncE Marijes mores that Spain be
renamed and called Cholera la Are you
ready for the question? Boston Post.
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and all diseases (except caucer) of tho
lower bowel radically cured. Book of particulars
two letter stamps. World's Dispensary
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Or a man suddenly struck dumb it may
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Pike's Tooth chc Duors curelnlminutejc.
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Germas Coks Kemoveh kills Coras i. llunions.
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cents uy nun or at dniEslsts. Send for circular.
ELY UKOTHEKS. Drneclits, Oweso, X. T
?they know all about Mustat.g Lin-,
iment. Few do. Not to know is
, not to have.
HW '-' J.Z
&&S tm I HE BELIEF
The Cheapest and Best Medicino for Family Use
In from onp3 wrmy minute. r.rrr fall jj lo relieve
IWiN wish cue tiioroush sprt.calB. 5o matter
liowt rc .rcicret a'U ;tb" pain, tfcf 'JSheninitlc
Bedridden, trr 'J. Xr ons N or
wt'lul -. - ntst mffrr. KA1mA o
KEAH5T JtEI.tEI" w.hani.raiiiani ease.
It w'a in a few momerts when taken according to
cure cram:"'. ran-
'""'. si k Headache.' summer complaint. irrhw.
.cwerj. tuiiu tt tad miUeUoweUandall latere!
I'a.nv .. .
TDMfC" IIJC 'snM alwav carrr Vnifta r,9
IIMVLbUlld ic.vmv.YY' 4 ItGlIIV HE-
ni'PiW.Mim tr .nin water wfucrereni
Hit.il. ..r 1 a n frnm of water. It I abetter
iirandf cr 1U::cti an a atlmulant.
Malaria in its Various Forms.
Thrrf 1. r. 1' n"nci' 1! airct In the that will
Ci.riKi"'a 1 V Ma Mms.Mllon
other fism ,i,leo Oj KaasajrViPUIs'wquiclca
IUdna, 1 ItcaJy Kcitrr. ITice io cents, bold by
llalldiiupihebrofcdwlowtt conttltution. purine the
Wood. reiioruiB heauU and Tlur. fcotd by drucsuu;
Dr. Ratiway's PiHs,
and for the enreof d!v
on!crs...f 'hPStoniar!, I.lver, lioiiel". tanstlttlon.
lSLiousnciw, Piles, Headache, etc. l'rtce H- ct.
D3J. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street. K.Y.
m 1 hrsi Jr. & Go.
: 1 ANUFACTun cits or
-., Hiiiiiiii' CL'
CIIKAIHI'K.1BLK, STRICTLY AVA-
TKIl I'ltOOFtCosf. Leos than Shingle.
Anyone can applj" It. Roofing ami
Slicuthlitg IV It; ltooling and I'uvinir
l'itcli, imil:iU Coal Tar I'rotliiot. Sciul
lor Cntalfisiic. AISK.NTS WAVrKII IV
liVKlCY TOWN. Ue niter
M. EHRET, Jr. & CO.
W. O. Ill ItOKSS Au(m
IB I'ulilic LiuMllnir, rinrliiliali, .
GANGER ofthe TONGUE.
A Case Resembling That ol General Grant
Some ten rear aco I had a Fcrofulons fore on mr
rletii hand, and htaleit
ui. ,n Msnti. 13. u broke out la my throat. and
otwtntratcd tn cancer eatlnc tluonsh mv cht eK. to
the ton of mjr left check. tn ana up to the left er.
1 suojiurd on Iinii'df. and my toninie w k far
Bone I could 1:01 talk. On October flrM. UM.I
taking swift's Inamon'li
riser and healing commenced, and ihet
fearful aperture In my cheek lias bcru closed ana
firmly knitted together. A new under Up 1
and It neeni that nature 1 upPlylnF a new
toneue. 1,-an ta.k sot liar my irlcnds.can
and ran alo eat nll.t food a (Tain. I
n..uli'rc''iIIon Jnlin II. irayior.siaie senaior.
1 1 1.! d j;na, and to Dr. T s. Bradneld. of LaGrange.
, a Jills. MAKY L. LOMKIL
I,af;rar.se Oa, May It lsj. ,
I m ir.wd and Skin Ills r ase mailed free.
Tu swirr CO Drawer 3. AlUnla. Ga.
The BUYERS' GUIDE t
Uaned anil JInrcli,
, each year. lKe,
. Inclir8, ltn over
3,500 Hluatratlom a
nholc Picture Gallery.
GIVES Wholesale Prlee
dirtct to consumrr.t 00 all gooiia for
pergonal or family use. Tells liow to
orxler, anil Riven esact coat of everything
you use, eat, drlnU, -wear, or
have fan with. These IXVAIATABM:
BUOlvS contain Information plcaneil
from the market of the world. IVe
will mall a copy KUEE to any
npou receipt of 10 ci. to defray
expense of malllns.Iet ns hear from
MONTGOMERY WARD & COi
227 cfc 22U AVnbash Avenue, Chicago, 111.
..None Gennlne unless lSearlnc lid Stamp
Yl rf JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.
K s iMado In Button. Congress -na
Ki l $ .ace.H'ui.'J.r o-1""
m We in uuraouirj. www """
Appearance, a iosii -
m rr scnttonswUl bring rou in
lumiatica now 10 kc
NVs t;;18 feme in any aiaiu
&!&m.RA&j4 ?SV .1. JSlcana Co
'i UUtUlU k
rj, " " y-'v
VStf . Tifir FOB 77E CHILDREN
ALL ARE DELIGHTED with It. llan.lomej6
rmsaiino itil !. bt4 I. r lh price. Beautial nlctnres
ami moral nr.d.ntf. I arpt e'.rcu'.atlon of anr
fnr one jear. cr try izx a ecnts. TeaebeM
HVe it tcr their ETcrrlxxiy pleawl vrith 16
wamra Scr.d for rample copy with rremlurj
lit .r il term lo AdJrcss CHICACU
CNCRAVINC CO., bla!agta fcu, UllUibO,
IF PAGE' S
Ifnjedbylhonfanlorfirftcli Slixnfirlnrrrt Oof
and Merhanle on thrir b: work. Keceiwl OVER
COLD MEOAL.Ixmdon.'SS. Vionoanfdrvjr
;.. SerderdofdM.'rvrhodotnotkft I6O0
U,witafiTIcUinp for SAMPLE CAN CDCC LBI.T0S8J
Pn; ri rv r.linh Min rntL 1NCM
iiA LYON &HEALY,
.tate Jt Monroe .StM
WilltfnJ ja tuv
lixpfcw EfolU, CftXjuDp,
StiaO. lW:m Meri htff i4
IUt Boa J OithU, FT?r
EjrrVt for trjUur 1U& I, sJ Ct-,
4 UV 1 fl rVeanmaVahandMmeRUC8 infonr
Aril LKUI houmoatolrais.jarnoronjeloth.
SKSS'PEARLI I lrmtOTr"'fC.
RUG MAKER BWfiq fascinating. Easy, simple
nnanrSEWINO i Seed stamp for
MtrHrNK or Iit i JkCwFrwI'lstii.
hand. A wonder-1 fitGS AGENTS
fullnrentiori. It I
SKlUSATFiailT. I Wanled.Creal
P?icoonly8l. ' inaucemenij.
AnlTfnptrrltnrr. Km nlan. No money recnlred.
JNO. C. HOITT
No Rods to Cut Off Horses' Manes W
Celebrated HALT- .
KU und Itltllll.K Comtilneil.
can not be slipped by any horse.
pieiiaiierioanj ranra ine l..-.
free, on receipt of VI. bold by all
Saddlery. Hardware and Harness
Tif.lpn. Sneelal dlsecunt to thel
fX"v Novelty Rug Machine
n... n n ivqi
Sent by mall, fall directions.
ITlce. I. AUb.119 n.i.ir.i.
Jlanufacturers Stamped Kud l'atlerns on nurup.
Beware of Infrinsements. Seizor elrenlar.
X. K08S SC CO., XOjUEjsSO, OHIO.
Blfi OFFER. Tolrtrplnrethm.wewn GIVE AWAY i.iwj sen
jVm l)iraunir WahUiif i Machine. . If yoo wantont
JBsam send m your name. 1. ; O. ana expresn -,' wD. offle .. at
rjne National o.f " o ,..,,.
k An adire lan or Womin In eTrr
'rouniT ta sell oar rood! Satan SJi.
mmm awm 1 r Iiii uul EiKiiin. Eiptne in ad
T,nc. Canrif linr outfit FBrK! Paitirulan
free, standard Co. IJoston, J
dtke'S beaud euxiu crJL'ZTJS'lrJ'it?
m. r.. !-
lrJnLlAi AAA .5mlth fc Co.. rsUtint, Ills.
unuc STUDY. Business
vm, Venmanshlp. Arithmetic Short-
band."te, thoronshly taught mall. rircuUrs free.
tillfii! RED on Cotton TurLMt Kubnim.
DI1UWIUI fcamples f ree to crerr person scndlcs
address to J '1'. WHITE, lton Haplds. .Mich.
Iarn here and earn
TELEGRAPHY eood par. Sltuatlona
furnlsbed. We Valzxtisx llcos, JanesIHe, Wis,
. a i 1 1 VTH. Ant w ameu. vooen
n 1 unnn Treated and cured without tba tnlfe.
I AHl rn rnuii.Y. ." "
unnuut y U Aurora. Kanet.o,lu.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beaut)
on the skin is Magnolia