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DANGEROUS SPORTS IN THE WEST.
Bruce Weston's Thrilling Experience in
Attempting to Capture a Cub
Bruce Weston. an i -' Arkansas
hunter. followed his- d -nee on a
panther's trail. and came um, vith thei
where they- h! tred the game in a b
dk tree. The flige wa- so thick and
the shadows :o deep in the timber that
it was some time before Weston aseov
ered the panther. It iay between two
branches forty feet from the ground.
and clung so c1pseiy to the boughs that
none but the racticed eye of the hunter
wouIdhavi detected its presence. \\Wes- I
')n af once recognized in the crouehig
figure a panther's eub. and was on ti'
point of sendinga rile ball thro;. its
.b'i EtZ C iem' r ~ffer of
twenty dollar- that i the
setticen'nt haL made f . her.
and lie rCsolved to Capture this 0 .n
ecure the twentv dnlhrs. Takn, WS
lasso fromat his 11. s s 'I. an'. h
his long knife in hi 1et for uo m an
emergency. lie climbed the tree- le
reached the lower branchs of the re
and. swinging himself froim boug.h to
bough, stood just 'elow thCub,'ch
had raised to its~1t nd stood with
arched'back looking down at the hunter.
Weston removed hislasso from his shoul
der, and was about to toss it easily over
thMgung panther's head, when. as he
raised is eyes, he saw. cruchimg in the
deadbranches of a -ce which grew near i
the oak-so near that the lim'os were in
terlaced - an enormous panther, the
mother of the cub, ready for a sping.
Sh' was hardly three paces away. ith
out. a seconds delay Weston stepped
fromthe branch he was standing on to
one which brought him with the trunk
of-the tree between him and the old
panther. He was just in time, for at
thatinstant the mother of the cub leaped
on the spot he had left, and stood gaz
ing with fiery eyes on the hunter, who,
with'one arm clasped around a branch.
hel in Ais right hand his bare knife, as
wi'h every breath he drew he expected
tose the enraged animal spring down
upon him. Standing thus forty feet
above the ground, with only the treach
crous footing of a limb a few imhes
thick. Weston knew that he was lost un
less by tact and skill he was able to
gradually make his way back to the foot
of the tree without irritating the fierce
beastinto precipitating an attack upon
him. Fortunately, the cub 1eft its place
higher up and leaped down to the branch
on which its mother stood glaring at
Weston, who was almost near enough to
her to feel her hot breath. This move
ment of the cub's distracted the attention
of the old panther. and Wezton. sheath
ing his knife-in his belt, dropped to a
lowe'limb. -The panther noticed the
movement, and sprang to the linikb be
14i9' where she stood. and prevented
W~eston from retreating further.
The dogs all this time were crazy with
exoitement at the foot of the tree, amd
-gnawed at the trutnk --nd tore up the
ground in their frantie anxiety to get at
thie game so far above their reach. Wes
ton seeing that his retreat was cut off,
and not daring to ris a trugle with
the panther where the sligtest misstep
would dash hima healo0' to dei ath, re
turned to his old position in the tree,
and the panther followe~d him. Keep
ing, by a great effort.e hivod covered
-by the trunk of the tree,. Westoni elimbed
still hi:zhor, hopin;: to reach a strorng
creeper that extended fronm the upper
part of the oak to a tree a few feet
away, believing that he might let him
self by his hamris:lotn~r the vmne to the
other' tree, by which he could easily
reach 'the ground. The cre-eper was
strongly fastened eu the oak. aind he
supposed it was as sceture tis the other
tree. Weston got ais far as the ceeper
without the panther showing any dis
position to followv hinm. btut he had jtust
seized it and was t rying his weight care
fudly on it, keeping his eyes on the aini
mal below. when the mother of the cub
seemed to be moved with renewed fury.
for she sprang to a branch above, and so
made her way to the outer edge oif the
branches, toward the top of the tree.
cv-idently intending to head the hunter
off, and spring down upon him. Weston
saw what she was intendiing; to do. andl
he knew the struggle, which could have
but ote result, we inevitable unless lie
could reach the thick branches of the
neight oring tree by means of the con
nceing~ vine by the time the panthei
rca. hed her vantage ground above him.
Hie grasped the cree~per ared svung him
self off of the branch. Tnec vine gave
way at its fastenings on thec other tree,
and Weston. keeping his hold was
swung back into the oak a:1d brought
down to the very branch on which the
panthers cub was crouching. Instant
ly, with a y-ell that resounded through
the woods far above the turmoil of the
dogs below, the mother panther came
bounding down from the top of the ti-e
to the protection of her young. Weston
knew there was no escape now unless a
desperate plan that rushed through his
mind should succeed in giving anew
turn to the perilous situation. Drawing
his knifefom his belt,. he plunged it in
to the whining cuh at his feet. and at the
same time kicked it loose from the limb.
It fell in the midst (Iti doa4helow juist
as its maother- 5pran su nai:h above
lhe hiunter's head. T> -.1 of h> iih
being torni by the do:3 - i rel
e~e tued her- ::t: em r
GEN ERAL NE" .NOTE%. wa
It1U ot aoarcr~.dir
ti I of interejot Gathered fron I ariNa
Bill Arp has been lecturing U Satvannaih. r
Winchester. Va., has gone "dry" bvy a re
uritv of 484.
A tire in Memiphis detroyed :>0
;,r-th of propertv.
Sarah Bernhardt will play a short sca;' n I
Mr. irving's London theatre in .uly.
Ten ex-Governors of Connecticut are still ha
m:ntering around somewhere in this dreary l
earld of ours.
The Rev. Ray Palmer. widelvy known a
writer of popular hvmns, is 'dying at hi in
itm in Newark, N. .1. th
Lord Randoh.h Churchill ha< rtur'.d!4
Landon fron his Continental tour, .n th
id:rabl y inproved in hcath.
The nev cotton oil 'tmpany declLar a
rpose to build a mill at once* at Mtont d
The Attorney Gencr:l inform1s the raI
oad companies that they eCed not charge1
:m- to postl employees.
i-ire in Troy. N. Y., tiestr yed the t as
"1! building, v:dued at $100.000. herl
%cre several narrow escapxs.
.Judge Coolev, recen'iy appoiited on the
ilroad Commission, has resigned the E
elvership of the Wabash railroal -
Severe cold is reported in Augusta and
a various parts of Virginia. Peache.
traw berries and vegetables are killed.
Geco. F. Pratt, a young Englismian living
n Savanush, now missing, is supposed to I
n2 beCen drowned or foully dealt, with.
Tiere arc already about a dozen gent!e- fe
neumentioned" for the Charleston nost
Enperor William received 134Wi tele
z.saus congratulating him upon the anni
:eriarv of his birthday.
Cartoonist Nash has gone to Wnshingto" .
o pick up poiits about the capital swiie.
The wife of Secretary Lamar is still
reaminig amid the soft winds of sunnyT' s
The eldest son of the Germuan Crown
Virince patriotically refuses to drink any
jut German wines. ri
Senator Brown, of Georgia. says there a
tre live thousand men in that State who S.
ide on railway passes. 1 1
Maurice Grau, of the Grau Opera Coi -
any. is in jail in Quebec for debts cop
maeted by an absconding partner. R
Governor ill has again aroused the ire Y
f New York women by declining to attend'
ciarity ball at Fultonville, that State.
The Federal courts are suffering great
neonvenienee from the failure of Congress
- appropriate funds for their expenses.
President N E. Young, of the National
ae Ball League, thinks that, the new rule:; e
vill work most admirably. re
MIr. Ruskin's net pronts fronm his pc(u- li
tr system of publishing his own books are t:
tated at $20,00 for the last year.
The German Emperor suffers from fr.
uent drowsiness and is apt to fall isieep Pl
.enever seated for any length of time.
Seventy years ago to-day Kaiser Wil
iln was promoted to a ecloneley and took 1
ls seat in the Council of State.
The two commissions- one of bondhcl,
rs and one of the Legislature-on the Vir
;iaia debt will meet not later than the 211th
A passenger train on the Iron Moutain
'ailroad, near Hillyard. Ao.. was derailed
-killing a child and injuring several I
A r5t occurred at Panama Sunday nigit. 0
)wing to a military oficer's resisting arrest a
ihree men were killed and several ethers
Crensbotro, N. C., has voted bouds to
he :tuOunt of $100.000O for public i-i
rovemuents. The vote stood 362 for issue p,
uad '20 against it.
Paul Tulane, phsilantropist, atnd founder c
4 Tulane U'niversity, New Orleans, died
:Princeton, N. J.. on Sunday night.
'Two seamen of the bark Vidette. from'
B~oothbay, Miaine, which encountereda
Leay gale otT St. Augustine, Fla., 'o ere
washedl overboard and drownd.
Trhe Samderson Steel Works. nea' r I
:ue N. Y., were destroyed by tire. Los
90,Y00. T1he works will be at once e
LouIt on a larger and better scule.
T1he Charlescun earthquak~e is to) be die
:used in a series of lectures, before the
National Aevdemuy, by C'apt. Clarence E.
Dutttou of the bureau of volcanic geologyi.
D~r. 3IeGlynn's parishioners foel them'
elves freshly outraged by the removal of (
heir favoiite's portrait frcom the front of
he eon fessional box in St. Stephen's.
Theodore Roosevelt has retured from ~
u.roe with his pretty, bride, a rich glow
f health upon his cheekc andl stouter thau
when he ran or Maiyor of New York.
Tlhe maagers of the New York Actors'
Eunrd will shock aIme. Patti's sensitive
nerves wheni she reaches New York by re
uesing her to sing for the benefit of their
Tlhec Czar of Russia will soon visit the
-'cue of the famtine in the Don Cossack
nulntry, providedl his eourage does not fail
tim before the hour of starting arrives. A
William O'Brien. editor of the Parnell
rgnl. anitd Ireland, will go to Canada
o confront Lord Lansdowne's constituents
ith a history of that nobleman's eruelty in
nanaging hisi Irish estates. - i
D~r. 31eGlynn refused a pur-e of $1.1.. -
he proceeds of the Mandison Garden D~avitt
meeting, and asked that it be sent to
Michael Davitt for use in the Irish canm
Secretary Bavard holds the resignation
f three of the leading diplomats in our A:
foreiru service. tendlered because the sala
ris attached to the offices are wholly inmad
suuate to their needs.
A number of discourteous New York
iUbusbands havie sworn to exterminute Gen.
Sheridan because he always carries his ia
wife's satchel when they go together on a
The Rev. Dr. R. Hleber Newton. who as
is been in Philadelphia for some time, has ac
:eld with his family on the Indhpendeute ha
mrom Newv York t or Southern Europe. Hie be
ill be gone an indefinite period. e
L ord 'Salisburv's health excites continued h
sei among his friendis, who sayv heI
I rter goig (town hill than up, and Ib
minlan thath he etntinues to work twice in
s much as hec should.
31aor Ralh Alien. who lattely died a
1,ilat n'pton, Entgland, was a direct de
,cendant 0f Ralph Allen who wa's a friemi
t Pope. Warbut ton and Fielding and rig
* .an sSur Allworthy in '"Tom Jones.
iudgec E. .1. D~urrell, at ('ne tiie .J udge
' he Cu nted States Court in New Orlean,
ile on~ TuesUay of paralysis of the heart.
1l th're1 in the political trles L' u
Arme i t tav atroye te Geu a
I::! tae m'mos to repir the dnaI v.
re..actc th 'tnial.
ta~ A1 X iemv 'I tf 31usi' Inte"'rso
-''ry Geor's land~ idea. The buildn w
;* tild to its at most. tal
o>uee Victoria is now sid to ha. de . ki.
ia no. t-. atendi the proraunce ot an4it
'1 .st"; the': h~ventma Theaitre. intenuod
. i - ::ven ir hr becnetit. Iler ''ir:. d- s
illnat.r Frye, whose re-Iation '.pee 'h
.s snp-..se.i to have driven the B~ritish.
uvted by the 4 '' ':-:-. L'.
C rv W:-- -
1.i id him. -L
,r ei e1 r e -
\ tatI v4n 1n
I. 1:. -. i Ih
i 1::ts ju:a
O'd tiie ( bat
- eclined it. Th'r
ue- intv 5 enw! ofn
uisbe. mn. l
teivu0:11", Il,.- vG:.-vi- , G: rw n 0
A from the run DU in
is ht htU(. S. d
Chicpac, 1: "
a' m de h.
,'~e frnd1 nd :W h uier d1. zw:
me o ri. 1. f the Cj.'
d trM. re qt ii.Sid a:
emuald iea::t eih.
I ak I. \:V L%,
d toe be on of M Prce n TiWe
set etwen -!,tv ~ !in a h we
e.r coui rep!v he sawh
ec and fall. ~ hen piciti upi
und that 31r. Reguat had been4? s4reke
hr aoplexy,,rr , whichh u:r
r ;iftl. wcr. a e .
mpeted a po..rtrait of the h \e Mr.je
resentin : at s 'ma :
Ce Bwho n a*''- '
his career,e p i
...g lifelike. 1E i P -
:1ted ini o e 04 :
-ident of the \'w S 4U,
,44lth. vmia'.i member~4L of Dai
v:. No. 51inigh,: (-f Laztr. o
d Nevark, b:rving .%ined i :l.:
der to the.maghly d !bie la0d, quev
,n. Subsetquntly he ws .s::ew '. ::m
:- of times fur -o - v. 1c:4 - , 4 4'
! approve and droppeu 0ut .* -u
ESwHTH AN NNUA TA
the Va01y .litu1al
6'ir.-.irii:. a fi*-o %,C
-ne:-al e', Sou:.h(
ae uni.qucno . - -
rouertv. ReIl 4.
ture and :axture
process of o0 eet'n
dmiutu ereu is4 duz eh1
at. due ieilmde 5u4vs1a2.
ae otut ...>. -
.Net Aisets . - ~4*
:sh n hand December 31s
-eiu~ and Annuals.. .. 1 1)4
terest (on liedemp~tion l'and
inveted1.. .. .. .. .. . . .. . . -
vance payments . . ..... 4 4
vestments paid ii.....i .. ,:113
11s payable.......... 15,000
Aggregate llcips . .. 62'4-2 .-:
ath loes ipai3....... -t .
tid Airents........ . . ,
vance payments .. .. . .......4,
taries, postage, taxes, print
in and all (1tner c, vc-~na . . .
vestments....... ..... .... .~. 44.
Scout................... . ----
shi ou hand Dectube lisi
Aggregate....... ,. . 4.4.-~
ounft of 2husurance in force
JIuly 1st, 188i . .. . ,441
nount of Iasurnc~ne in ore
December lst, 1j . . ~ . -~d
i. rTc:urj, jniU >E~i vr, .7s . ,I 97
We have me't ever ehls si
itured, and si'cee weummned l: i
w mave paid toplc ho..rh t
greate2 amoa it U f >.9 :
complishing this gra wor . u.ii:
idrs have. for thas eigh year.
n furnished with safe ' inu.mee, t
is than onie-ltt the" c's N-:I a
e had to pay& in m4 4. hern k
rane Companie. Thla poe
-actalfgures.,.4..4 1rm ut 'ni so4.~
my .July lleporc f '
.criv ed .reiab agets n :4
w?(oo.?, Manager, ..~ Cohllia.~ 1.C
F-indin:. 1- 'ann 4-4. u a e
c.i oI wi.aon, s i h 1e
it or 4,
4*t Iavii 'rs.2m -
I th rnsf
4.4 i.av ie.. -. ~H
Cut out the bone, and trim off all the
fat and zristle which are put aside for
the jeily~ The lean part of the veal
must then be chopped very fine, and
iinv snmall particles of fat which may
si:li remain'in it removed. Add to the
choned veal, six soda crackers rolled
ve:Y tine. half a teaspoonful of salt, a
1ti f repper, or.e heaping tablespoonful
of bitter, and two we!, beaten eggs.
Mix all well together, and press tightly
into a square, or round tin to form it,
tiwn slip a knife round the edge to
oo_;;Cn iI, and turn it- from the form.
place it in a shallow baking pan, glaze
it with con, sprinkle over it one huely
roled eracker, and a tablespoonful of
rcut in small pieces. Pourin the
!.n one pint and a half of water, which
an es a gravy to baste it with while
-inz. and this should be done
a u everyttwenty minutes. Two hours
wi ba1 e it in a moderate oven. It is
flhen carefully removed from the pan by
.n knife beneath it to loosen
*vy p'art that it may not be broken,
andplaced on a plate to cool.
'he jelly is made as follows: The
I)ours, fat, and trimmings of the veal
;re Iut in a saucepan with one quart of
cold' water, a little salt and the shells of
the egns which have been used for the
pate. Let all boil slowly together,
wh vile thie Pate is cooking, two hours, or
until reduced to one pint. Strain it and
let it stand to cool, then skim off the fat
which rises. Pour it again in the sauce
Inin, place it on the fire, and add half a
bo: of Com's oelatine. stirring until it
is thoroughly aissolved. Have ready a
little burnt sugar which is made by put
fing in a small tin, one teaspoonful of
i ine sugar, and one of water. Let it
init vei-y quickly until it becomes a (iark
brown color, then ctrain, and let it
:sand to cool. Fiace the pate in an
earthen dish, or mould, either round., or
sliare as the shane of the pate may be,
hd thm mould should be half an inch
ljarger all round than the pale, Pour
tIe jell in, place it on the ice, and
when stiffened, it will have formed all
round the pate. When turning it from
t:e would dip it as is done with a form
of jelly, in hot water for a moment only,
and turn it out on the dish on which it
is to be served. When cresses are in
s:t5son garnish with them, or parsley
:ll answver at other times. It is also
tetty withi a few slices of lemons scat
ed through the narsley. The pate is
to be cut in thin slices when serving it.
.-.! E. Whilternorc, in Good Rouse
A Storied Wedding Iing. 1
In lahnoo-t a!l of the marriagres whIc4
ak ol'ace at Castle Garden a police
:m is. oig d to act as best man to the
ie roo-mi. This is because these wed
d k;*-s:re a kind ot leap year observ:: ice
.h the man is wooed and in
c the a Castlc Garden detectives lend
-.'.r oflic. ia intene to the lady's suit.
etectivc 3Groden has bcen :at Castle
aren n many years, Las wit
':-seda 'ent'mrL ian weduiu. and has
She piv'e'g"' ailso of ki .g the
r ie. in the C(tholic marriage servic
.i pensiblc and often in the
.e of 'n n'fced wedding bride
ive nelected to provide the
h-.. I:+:Cee Groden, inl inct.
. :!::s 675to hun1t Iip a ring
d1n of the np .'Svel or
.-.: it oc rred tS 1i-n that
rj ff,'. )o*spek. v.'ou~ld be a
no' .':;,;:,cac to the' bi e
-. *ori ammet I' t is ::ig
a ~ G,"oden boght this. p.ial
'in wedding r'in, he said
umrof tim 'it1wa
w'"' f the ontr'actinlg
ames were solemnize
a u--';t a t se (,:i.n
e a. i(Leni I * ht:Iear
onea eek. A wed
I. e.d::y wa the; Brith i
I ring. 'ii and the giltha
noI se of~ ) snkes.
T arenot wthoutuse'ill. I
ecnar' to .reach that ali
o e t' use.' ~But in one ha~bit
d Lo1 Ba h con. inmely, of
- a on tid bl)," lies one of their
euses, beca,:e thatt, toget her
t iri:ernald formation and ex
~ rernr enables them to Penic
e where re lar'ger'j eatrniverous5 ani
eI ..uid venture,'';: darik aind nil
ege( 't' aio of the tropies, w here
'I' ofi 1i'. "biser retptiles, onl whi ch
of''i. the f,:ll ". wtouild otherwise
c~ad nh t hamony of nlature'L, die
. ci p 'uce tice. Wodul
:md e~gui co" eunt:!note for their
i::i. :'i a': exc:st whe'n~i the higiher
o ch~~IrIt oL mace)ile pilces of tle
.ser era~i. the theselves supply
and fr'''munbe ofa:tllei'-muamanlie
:.w it ' ~I'..n e (verous bJids, de-i
''ii''. nu:nir of young snakes.
'II' ":s 'eol we l !iCnumn, rat,
nece r :iar hiog ."gat, aid ant im
mm uliir of birdUs keep snakes
:sa h-:rplosonon thetfl grain -de
-r- Tu i)':aiinl'y i- the. l;alanee of
Th.erIt girl 1 problm is a hive
: nve viden'Ice wtith htim.
ueeper, lie refusedl to p~ay
whe .]he gave~ notice that
.i.e at t he pad of the lrst
-h ned for ti 0:e amount, and
I' *'rn ir," dirty window, a
a ce oh0oor tand sonme gtummy
eI I.our~t as eviden'tcetha
erily' attendeId to her
T 0,however, was won
(loman'l graces and
-e:timSS:a:t claimed anid
"'i linte i ng i lustrate
p I paid. for' 10 cente' in
I '. \orld' Di'pensairy' M~ed
\ nHuia. N. Y'.
h ts' (I of win at at a hDetroit
helL gtt~$s gav any
hereafter the ki-Ces no
1 n. a kinds ofiIn fok"4 i
'L'A~I' hrat' miennyi kinds
I wuln' be right tI con
at :1ppl'Sescuse the one.'oii
ou'. .Iir anud pnekewr'd up~ yori
Although boitiets are timuned h
ame, no'one will be pernitted to- "slUot
At 11 it is ta:,. . M
unes canl he mla '!* -i
;ee how', ywu ha~ve n i l
The ''hire" elduial -'
:lose observer. condis in i. iem lh n
o hbor ftr tie wY;e" of nd
When a womo:li ma-," up her ''l''
do Crewel wVor,]k "i' :d1ol.' - l v,
The key to this l l, dt. '.ir u
Nothing is rnr in lah
a scholarwho cotn f- i.
refuted in anytling.
The careful rode: -4 a
(a1M learnl 111re in :'.. .veur-!;:n "''
do in their great liUratics.
Wve in read. : nri
and still Win! ahing new. rnSom
pee an i-mthing 01 W:SIK
A sordid lowe rr no:'vy 0- "!h
very cet;.el thiog. -r :_.,
occupied * i: ind
When. .' in Ihas bn
zlv. the esr pple si' nk
being adlitneil t ie -
certainly do s. ItC', t-et ,i a
Cannibalismi in mtill Ia 10
000 people, itn it is ng- L.i'l I
demniani for m
When a young' m coiu. s
nice, mfld speaking :md mv.d vs- w
after marriage. tu is out t
ugly temper'd wife '
ishing for bais and ket'hi'i a
Anl old pro-ve-rb a! :'Ai I
Lo him who en ' , bI t, h .' -u "
waiter dca.n't noiit I :in u ap 'an
of two hours after Io. -
always safe to call a xew Xwa ner.
Ella "Wieler .-ing- "
seemed shtake thrilled a.d 'tA b b I
in-." An ni iie'a'r -
ita m-ae big listedilw
slapped Elan the ack
how the weathcr suite 1'
The Caile cr the .m -.e;' Tiuble
Th' qsiu itkre th TiL c -
Saturday was IN motion to disa nn
attachment. Carlisle and Jones repre-m
ed Corum. nd .knton & Ci::r
eeves. All the lawyers had coeiae.ii
their arguments when ihc Iot ing ak
place, xcept Jones. The cour.ati
that seemed to be the immcd eu ( ec
the drawingr of pistols, and th ootn . r
we have bee :b w ar it fran d 2 i
who were presell, was b as so;'oo .
Mr. Jones:" If the CouiW -:. t-i"!
for the defense admit that this i a1 cor (4
Mr. Johnsoe . ih-' Court 1:w8x
we do not admit that. for t e :
pressl Cwy that it is not n court of ree-qu.
Ir. Jones "it ws!dein my r:::r
to the Court."
Mr. Johnstone: ''Aud I ws ad'i'
my remarks to the Cont."
.Mr. JAre: "Will the Lourt hear qs
M1r. Blease. ' s i pa i. 'dr.
Don't interrupt lii. Mr. Jo '
Mr Jones: "Oh. he C In'; (n'fuse I
don't notic auy ti' hyt contes frimn a
Mr. Johnstone iiit, " t, i
puppy will repeat h l: .isi *a, .- a
At that Jines dre.- his "'"''l an -
fiing at .Iohnt'nie.A i : te
tnie Johnstonc drew hi ' '
tiri!g :I- -onjee. AferJ h -
but did in-s us 1 1!,.
uie'auted l h:
KNiv. two of the leaulin:.: -iit iti he '
co'toni seed oil eniterpti-e. 'ria ti'l
tral yesLAie,.'. On being~ interi'ewed by
C i,odde rtpreetadri. V'.r.T'
and tha as sIon 'Is the draws.:s :ae
plteimd will I; liokeni fo 'tie ba
ing." The' or. .'. wil be hutb in
T he comp'iauian CwIs incorp.r,:: ''
thec laws of XV Ne'e on U.i rtch >.
T he in'corporat'orsi and "toe!. 'a
shar .. ... -'------ - - -- '- - -- !
W. S. Haritve ,ih ad.h:....-""
iaJoh .ad uhohrP~t'".t
Alv carce o o
Titueo cotn ee i .1)
prddsofitovie.To' hv "~
vahs. oos111 uog'eli.''i'e
h rlte '/' e
Ark.. Da.h s a
company ourhads athatn un.y~
ionThemaracteret theirsaa nI.lc ti "
toissbsand toortgagengt t their waitier"
is noth ouris" hfraiin ilne..tA
itresuted aty ands prsne ne ar we Prede
stee at thecar li to e Lr. 4Thcic
ear~e Chrf'onid.~t ht. s,
he.,le snot .orw. U f
tWeip s do t, and one.~ towher"
faes our ads, ti he midty in-1
oeults, utrHisrse with our 1 hCw oni
which thall ourirngt it at tat e'e
throught theat greaI"t numberI~ sal b.
lieve andi to the Lod.Threa
wet'L' are self-conthe"t'hr i u
share iThLn, ll ou'ol, h od tl,
fee that our steghi'n.mg
thtw tn oltr gis mayge
Co ream a, ni;e S e -; a curious
;u-i house t Beu. a few mile
>wn he hio6-amMosurz itis per
eti r' (fi' mil ip.e ir- lime remr
b o a en -
char - a
in in1:id] '11
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t- 1. r's; i u~ S-> Vfthti e5.- i d
AX avot bcnasatccrfo Hd
''TI a'I:t -'
in-vO'i--: compai cerfro ucnvea
-ondde - roules ito S--.w e-al ve ts. I
-.-e- hlit-t ]Av a vht is tr.rcd trnh t's
L ,v ICy c w: sccrmtr u e bre-ath.
,ad has 1-( -;iomt Pthv e1 also. I
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lyrede d Ms-i -ci '--a
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Li INVA un-1ieS t) Gode an ls ih
C - f . . i
kN -, LI
L!cts L. - c o, ved.
. Bi-i BLOOD rAe.-"
adder ronids forseverl~ years I
Sau. ai hae hd cosidrable s-wel'
e-n!ani inu i 'U. r-.:oai
e a si a vai advase LG
, .V. i.A i .:; -Eqnt 1 in iC
a~- D' R . -ART ER 1.DICN --.MPAN.
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- 2ut-a2 cured i e :I:
.- - -.
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.1 or l th r
I- . Il. ar to
oI I -:mv thousands
ur anSur -
;m-nri er ll. i .
mion i::th 1
Ijr n . C PuIt
is pt~. . p1 c . li ru1lire. tonie
to tGc 04" ikf~~8
EtC~~tb I .2wicdc back.
-d.Te-ba ility and
-... -.y rite expcerinc
- I i r cur andeitire
; * ~ * erience. Fr
;;, inf ILS.
ipno: r. utrne.: lanie
dPrANOSar and anStret
Eases Termanes o mn
* " _ 3. n lX ai A . TdvE ,
4d ryPes rop
ah 11 0 eA t a asno.
Pa n .i d pr Dr. li vere, frg t
F mte Woas Be-t XYeM
pait ts So. CaTAent
lb, and rgnt 4pi s, 1
Froe, ndte d l BestyMaes ,
ATUM FATR PICEHOSE.
EaistTe of P Ament.
TreeZ Hudred~~ 1 StlB.t
.'vr an :V n C,~t
hcrig i. .aon. & Hamlin.
Rathashek, Bent and Arion.
Pianos and ii~ Orgnsdeird righ
Said to all punt SouthC Fifcteeon dys
ir~aland Frigh PaiBth Ways, i
Orr and test"i the:~- Insruent ine
for wnc m a .',A~f~ a
!l. h.TUP aae
W: o :c~n s te Um of abo