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tho d tumid I i,'vii v n iim nil! tho
previously i i ,.) ell known
throughout ti.. . n.,11.1. It was
soon foun.l l l , i tube, lining
tho bore of r ns guns, could
resist .. is by
charging mtiuy .wtliout
Ing 1 xr'Tl'enl proved
that the addttlun i' it mull iuantlty of
tungateil l (lie i. m I In
rwi ,!,( tl latter metal
wooderfu 1. i;J;i t :. i Mat tlio steel
tube will c He tension of
firing and vntrui ag.itn to it normal
also a gri'nt u.n f iluics. before the
quality of tim t.i.iat i In nay way
- Impaired. Tim ticrniaa gun lactones
absorb roirtt ct tli tungituii found In
ktlie wlrM. n J from bolg a ners
I,' curio, Uy kvoiuimji In the laboratory of
the vluiuUt, tin rurv utotai nits
coiu'd rub'.ii vitluo. Wolfram
generally tKicum in combination with
Ironlu Kuroif, ir It It ulao found In
Bcbcellt, or tuugt.tl' of lime. It It
In the latter form that It occurs In
OUgo. 'Ihe metal Itself IsofnwhIU
color, extremely brittle 'aod hoay, tha
specific; g rarity bain 13 I, that of gold
being Vi. It will tlnu bo seen thai
tungsten la a heaty metsl, being only
very slightly lighter than gold. N. Y.
Mr, William T.l'rlw, n Justice -of
nfluKl to hU bl last wliitur with a
uuvMrii iiiiirk nt Itunbairo: but n
t hnmnrrh mmllratlnil of CliainborlaillV
.'am usnn wiaoiwi nun ioKok ul' "V
m to work. Mr. Trica unrs: "Tho
lMlr pmnis.'x) roforantwuKHi ion
ilirlilv." unrnno Iroublod with
rlKiiiiiiiiiiam. nouraliiH or lumo back
rlin It n lrlal. and tliOV will bo o( tho
citno opinion. bU coDtuottios loreuio
bjr Buolmor Lcavoll, Dnif?fjift.
t. wllcr In n rownt number of tho
'.tlnu SrMiotitor says:,,Th8 Amor.
' loan wild turkey In otou a tluor bird
.1 .1 ri .1 ffll I.- 1-....1 a.M
limn tuo jHjacocK. iuanB amu
Tlia senior proprietor of thib jmpor
Iiuh IxtJii subjoct to frequent colds for
somo ynursi which worn mir to lay
him un K not dactowl at onco. llo
lluila that CliamlwrluiusUouijh Jiem.
wly U rolioblo. It ppou the
lions, roliavwjho Iuuk. auti nwn
Il.i... iJt. Iiesllb? COIUlUiOII. If
frot.lv usod. at soon a tho cold lma
bom coatracttvl.and beforo It tu
MttM in tho syslem, it grMt y
! II. ntlonlr' 1111(1 Oltat) CUVUH lU
what wouUl othonviso
hava Lami a
ii-.i j i" Tm. SJnlntta. Inwft.
WmtbMea'for sale by Bucknor '
SATURDAY, JANUARY M
Nothing Like it On Earth.
THE TOWN COW.
k TM 111 Villa t S IIIW
Ul. liar I All liar Variant l't.
The town cowl That Is the moot df
olate f racuient of the bruto creutlon.
Look at llrlndle atautllnp; alone OTcr
thero In tli conttir of n Tteant lot. a
tan;l':il ropa urouud har horni tether-Ing
horto a Btubbed wooden atako that
a biumII Iwy baa drltun In the ground.
She la led out there orory mornlntf and
left lionrliuined and unattended till
nlfliflL The woman ay: "Fatten
her In a pood place, Johnny." And
Johnny sajn "Vcn'ra," and glret the
rope a jerk.
There Isn't n rood place In the prairie.
There ntTer nu, from May tlUNoei.
Ler. Atonj,' In June there Ufolrly boo1
ploktnirJuatairuVlrt Mdewalk about
the gutter In ths unpavej street, but
the policeman won't haTO Hrlmlle there.
lie anya If h Wi-a tir there ajr!u he
will take her to the pQUiut Me did take
Widow MellRuey't cow to the pound,
and It coat W-to cot her out aaln.
llrlndle U feii n stomach souring feed
fraln' with all tho strength diverted
Into beer anil Is exprcted to keep the
family In mllU.und bnttor. The liny 1
like fencn wlro. Tlio mot Is the sky.
In the vrluterthey rut hor In tho coal
shed, and tho cblc.cn Uy up on her
back 3tl roost there. It 1 colder Inside
than It Is out. The floor Is harder
than the froion ground. And when tho
bora beat her slia cannot cot awny.
Ilrlndlo stands there In tho middle of
tha black prnlrie, the November rain
driving ehllly nirows tlirough hor, tho
lev wind whistling viciously across tho
naked ground, ilrlndlo remembers another
homo. She romembera tho time
she camo to the mill farm, b.or calf by
her side, and they turned hor Into the
woods pasture. HUj struck her hoof on
the bars as iihe clambered over; and sho
thinks now sho wishes it had broken
her leg, as they wonM havo killed her.
Her calf ran ahead of her past tho
tangled willow, over tho hill where tho
great trees grewi Into tho low ground
beyond, whore tlio grass was green,and
swoot and hlghl whom tho ground was
soft and cool and mo at nil day.
She remembers haw they drove her
up at night, and aftrr tho calf had gone
away to run races wl'h u. doaentothors,
how sho stood In tho brook vvten tho
tiles woro bad ami lifctenedHo that
atrantro machine In tho meadtw. And
after a time she was put In tfie u.eadow
herself, "where tha new olovr was just
springing up clover thatkept juicy
and green till tho snow cnwo utid covered
Then they put her Into a slablu with
ashawstnok oil along th weather
side, ao tlmt uover it breath f winter
blew Into tho bum. Nho stood thera
ttirouh the gowl short days kneo deep
In straw, with a n.ongor of hojr beforo
her and a boat, full of chop fecdiUnlffht.
Then was when sho gnva nllk and
was glatl K give It Thvn vs when
slw grow lurgo, hr life w& so filled
with content, till a man catne along
tad drove her awuy unit crawihul hsr
Into t. carload of others, with intlulta
euralng and many u painful bloty.
inaa tnai teriiuie rmo in mo ouiuua
WIT aa the worso arrival hjapora
pitiful yanL And thu lending nwny of
half a dozen Wcnuse gave milk,
and the wiling to Jolting father.
Old llrlndle ntantl. out there ou tho
prnlrie. sn allow heruiut, und thinks of
tlio chorus f bluckblrJs In tha trees)
of the parfumed wind that camo aoross
the wwhI, and tlic perfect luxury of
freedom In a field, with n bed in tho
shade and a drink In the brook, and
abundance of fool from mornInr tilt
night Hhe will never neo it niruln, and
she wishes Johnny would forget her
and leave her to starve. Clilcano
THC OFFICE BOY.
Ills t)TfliriiiiHit lleiuarkl
of Hie fciilnr Tarlner.
These nrc tho remarks of Mr. Scufl,
senior pnrtiiri' tif tlio Una of Scuff A
Huinper, allowing his opinion of the
new ofllco boy:
Monday 'I lie ofllco boy Is a perfect
trciiMtie. Til" llrst thing he did
when he had a ! uirut of leisure was
to wnOi out my lnliMund. It hadn't
boon cleaned lo a year, and It was a
real pleasure to write when nico, fresh
Ink was put In. Tihlle 1 was h lunch
Johnnlo dusted nflf my desk and put
everything In Us pinto. He's the bust
ofllco boy I evnr liail. poll to and obliging,
and neut in uppuarnnco,
Tuesday- l.'v think Johnnie ta a
motlel ofilce boyT 11a was hero this
morning bright nnd nnrly, and had my
dosk aa neat ns a new pin, aud
In Its plnco when I nrrlvcib lie
aald: "Gocd innriiing, Mrs ricufl," in
such a gentlemanly mntmcr, too. His
nnnearnneo was hnrdly ns neat as on
yesterday, but I can overlook that It he
contlnutA punctual and docs his duty
Wednesday Johnnie was half an
hour late this morning. Ho said his
mother neglected to rail him as early
as usual. I Impo It will not occut
again, As n consctiucnco my desk
wusn't duili'd, for I hadn't tlmo to
lcivvQ It while Jnhnnto put things to
Thursday Jnhiinlu was hero when I
arrived this morning, but I noticed
that my desk wasn't tluslwl. Ho was
reading tho morning paper wlion I
camo In, and didn't offer to got up.
Friday Johnnlo takes an unconscionably
long tlmo to go ot an err'nud.
lie managed tn put In a whole hour
'his morning going not mora than fir
Saturday Johnnie Is making a great
nuKauce of K innulf 11.1 n whistler, A
first hu wns nico nnd quiet, but he
seems to lnv" mil crown that
Monday1 ' ' ' I bad to discharge
Johnnie. I his time awfully.
Why, mi . h
qnartoraof a acjuaro
to Hi of' ' ' ' A m then, ho never
prctoinb 'I t' yllilng I said, nnd
I couldn ! 1 i loriilug pnpor
until , . . ,J It Thou ho
wllUth' . 11 . r n hen lie was In
the oil! , , )v tINtructcd roe.
lie wiiti , I Irnl to dlschargo
him. . ..w wHiua I couhl
(Nt a h U boy, d"JyourF
Subscribe for the Khvcmn, $2
Lylo loir la the etsAla,
Tsoder and iwttl sail small,
Wondcrln( at the picture
Hung od the auriery wait.
Tumbling about tha carpet,
Full ot bis baby Rla
Climbing over the doorstop,
Nothing so st a he.
Ambling oloijg to the nohoolhonio,
risylsg at bat and ball,
BI7L7 killing his wsctheart,
Ortr the orohard wait
On tha floor at tha college,
Sporting a goldan chain.
Dreaming of balls and dinners,
Ntrar a thought of pain.
Burled In the teething vortex,
llattllng for life and rlghtl
Watching hit bright star rlt, ,ift
Ouldlng him la Iba light
landing before tha attar)
Lor thera holding sway)
Vo"lng to lot and cherlth
Ties that will btnd lor aye.
Watching bould a deathbed.
Praying (or itrongth and grsco)
Beelng the abadotr ntttlng
Over the dear, vrhlta face.
Watting lor dsnth to free him
From early scenes and strife;
A marblo s ab In tho churchyard,
Closci the Crams Llfel
Bt. Ixula Itepubllo.
A OIjiUIVILLB tjbagedy.
How Qroon Qooda Mon Work In
tho Rural Dlotrlota
A rarUntom I.'inWni Document Which
Surprlxil Ilia Itawlvar The
lurn ufa I ug l.luuil llracim
wllh it Pafflutt Oaog.
Eedeklali kept a general
store lu the vliUgo of Ciamvillc, way
down on Long Islnnd. Ho was a
deacon of the llltl wooden church
with the squat red stceplo, and on one
occasion, innny years ago, tlioro was
talk of running him for supervisor. So
Zedaklah was quite a pcraonago.
It was ono day In early May, when
verythlng was green and hopeful, that
tho worthy deacon received a letter
in a strange handwriting. Hm was
sitting nt hU doak at the furthest cad
ef tho counter; there Wer no customers
In the store and he tvns casting his
eyes over Mime accounts when the boy
brought the morning malL The letter
with the atrniige handwriting soomed
to protrude Itself from the buudlo and
Kedekiah found himself pumllugover
the bold, round hand.
It was n portentous looking letter,
maybe a summons to court There
was a frown on Zedeklah's face as ho
opened the cnvelnpv
There wcro two Inclosurcs. First a
alrcular neatly printed on heavy paper,
and wrapped around that a neut typewritten
letter. Until circular and letter
spoke direct o tho deacon's heart
Mere Is what the circular said:
"Loxo Isumii C IT. I I., May 15, INI. 7
M'aJk J.ICir, Sin JudglDg.you
to be a man of basin. s capacity In whom I can
place eonndeace and tiro Id a position to
handle my goods In salelj. I bate concluded to
write to you. If 1 have maile a mlttokolel
mstttrsdrop. My principle Is: 'Meier wreng
a man who Is w lltlng to prove blmteU u friend.'
Thlt business ran b carried on by anyone who
will dtrote a little tlmo and attontlon to It, and
1 guarantee tbst If you enter Into thlt
one, you wilt never rnrot It at long as you lire
My slock It In dlflcrent ultea, ones, twos, fives
and tent, and are as perfect as human tklll can
make them, and can bo easily disposed oft II
you conolude to antnrrthls tetter and when I
know you reean bulnes, I lll thea send you
nil terms and psrliculars. and I will endeavor
t satisfy you on every point, that If you are
lay friend. 1 will prove a true and lasting ono
to yea. Do you understand Hemember I
want limply to conInre you (bat I am Just ss
I tsy, a friend to a friend. When you write be
sura uad lend ma your nam nnd post offlco ad
dreti. as I mtgtit ha tM one I now have before
ler.r;njj Horn jou rgaln. I can and will
helpyouout of nny mon I troubles you may
be In, and no one on the face of the rtrth seed
bo the niter unlets Jtu lotray me.
I do not tingle dollor ot you untU
you have ssen my whole alcckiplck out whit
you want and Imve the goods In your possession,
then you can pay me. 1 alone
these go. d.
"Truttlng that you ulll take no offense from
tho abovo and tliftt we will become bitter so
Cihslnted, I remain, Yours confidentially,
"P. answer promptly."
Tha letter went Into interesting details:
"Dixn Bin 1 am desirous of ebtslstsg s
good, thread ngsut In yiur locality to handle
toy 'medicine.' TUo IncosurohtrowlthglTes
all the Information that could be desired and
axplslnt itself. It's a turo cure for tha luel'
An imnortunlty. to make an Inde-
cendent fortune like this has never crossed
iniir naLh befare. and In ill vrobsbllltlei.
sever will again as long si iron live. There'j
bo reason why you n d bo a slavd and toll
all ot your Ufa for netblsg. If yeu are foolish
enough to let a 'go.den chance' like thlt past
you by- all well and good. II you are miserable
and In want of nnAirlal ostlttaajt now
r nevtr Is your time. In yeart to coma, thould
you ever find yourself ettdiy In need ot 'cola' la
order U keep body and oul together, you will
have no one to blame far your wretched
but yourself I Thli It terlous and highly
important foodfirthiuiiht! Your saber and
atra.it attention thould be given to aver
ward in tfcla letter. A person without the unl
venal ruddor the almighty dollar It thought
but little on and Is looked upon at ot no
to the world. Isn't this truot J know
wheraoll speak i Informer years I havedrauk
from tho 'bl'ter cuu' myself. 'A hint to tha
wlae Is auflliient
"If you havo not the money to buy my goods.!
would consent to your ttk ng some eonCdentlsl
friend In with you wbu hot, provided, of coune,
v la imitwarthv and could keen tha secret.
You could both thea come oa together and
tntke tha deal However, you would ba vary
l0llih to take anyone in with you It you could
raise enough money yoanilf,
"If my butinest should suit you, it will bo absolutely
necestary for you to coma en hare and
tea ma In ptrson. t only deal faco to face with
toy ccstomnrs Experlcncohatttnghtme that
tkl. i tha tafett and most satisfactory way fci
both. Uy your coming oa here you see what
you sr buying, sad I sea who I sm desltng
with. Consequently 'youbuv aocatia a bag,'
and we both feal better attuned.
-I It Is quite a Journey for you to mtke,
tulak of tha tremendeus profits lobe made
with no risk, comparatively speaking, what.
ver, And, aa lar as ina eipenta it corrniu,
I always make a liberal allowance to oover tha
ami. Make up your mind to como on. I know
you will always bo thsnVlul for your visit to
pie. '.ouwlltflndmaaaquara and honorable
whtto man la every particular. When you ar-,i.
t,rra. I will tbow jou my entire stock,
from which you can make your own -elections.
Tl-in, II my goods -..(. st an inti i tnim iw
,k. .n.1 nr not as flno 0.1 the int'losure
apesks rf, I will roske you a j.retttut U I..0M
In gold, and also cheerfully pay all txpiindl
turet Incurred upon your Journey, That's fait
enough, Isn't IU Mr prices aro at 'oUowi,
HO gats K.0O. W0 sett M.WX lM gets I10.OA
11,000 gets l,im. iThe mere you Invest tbi
cheaper yeu gil the goods. The sites run from
I toiw. Three hundred dollar' worth of mj
.. u .,. itiv.iv ti,n vcrv smallest amount I
will sell unilersoyelrcurastsncet. If you wiq
lntett ItM) or I sill sg to give yoo tM
aiclatlT state light Now, thould yoa wish
oo busln.ts III mo you mutt obey tho follow
ing intlrucltoiu and no oniy a i ton j.
etttrto.ma Kir uqtll I sht yoa pcrmlstloa. li
Peel I weaaexaat
lr what I aay. V0' lurtlwraioTO all builaeia r
lalluit lul.iwi ut WIUCIM.
yuu Uli U oowo oa hers sat
.and tha fo'lowlai telearant (remem
ber telegram only win be rtoelved), and
simply sari 'Send Instructions. Than sign
, Mmo ft, p,, (password and number
IgriMyou, , .
you fall tustructtoat bow to meat ma sna
wkeratp stop. Then no mUtaka will bo intd
la finding ou aotMbar. In concludes I with to
ly If you osaaot mbo oa here, or bare Bfit (aw
tSlnv.Ti. ". . ." .. "." r Arop Ml you
hear from i,s ,i T i etll certainly occur
before tlii eaf Irntt f thirty days. Now,
kindly a mu t rmrluri you again not to
wrltu lolt.rs Hi- nlln it nnd wait until yoa
licnr from till. Ymi i. tuldod by my
If ymi do, you itro Ixiuml to succeed. Ho
such thing at falL Act square. He truo and
honorable. II o me no harm and you will never
rrgrot It as long as you live. Youcanmako
money fas lor anJ raster by dealing In my
goods than you ever dreamed of beforo In your
life. Won't you try Itf
person li nor authorised
by mo to correspond on the subject. Do not bo
deceived by shoddy Imitations. I am the sols
owner and proprietor tho genuine 'formula.'
Communication! from i tbers offering similar
goodiare absoluU'v unreliable and positively
worthless, l'uy no nlUntloa to them. 'Nutced."
Yours very sincerely. YotT Know."
Kedehluh stoo.1 for a whole hour
turning the letter and clronlar over.
Ills elbows were planted on his desk,
his brow was puckered thoughtfully.
Tho lotter was very startling. Who
was this Wilson who suddenly started
out of tho ground offering unlimited
Tlio deacon was fifty years of ags.
The world, the flesh and the devil had
long lost attractiveness and power
to tempt him, so he firmly believed,
but now all the ungratlfied ambitions
and aspirations of his llfo roso up,
though BOine of ihoiw hnd been dead for
thirty years. "Tl.cr's no roason why
you should be a slave and, toll nil your
llfo for nothing," -said Wilson. The
deacon had never observed beforo that
he was a slave, but now that his attention
was called to it.lt seemed truo
When night came nnd Zcdeklah sent
up ills. pious pctltk 1 Mr, Wilson's proposal
was remembered by the insertion
of these words:
"Aud permit Thy servant to do business
with this man. For Thou knowest
the un regenerate of thlsplacc, that
they would not consult Thee. Therefore
withhold not Thy bervnnt, who
would mnko good nso of wealth"
. Zcdeklah tossed all night unensy in
conscience. At breakfast ho gavo very
short answers to his wtfo and was
short with the children. After ho arrived
at the store ho wroto tills latter:
"Ciuuviixe, L. J., Mty a, isi. Jfr.
Vhrnlti Wilton Deor Sir: Your letter
and contents I don't tnow who
reevramendtd mr to you. but be cannot have
mentioned Ihe ftct that I am deacon of tho
Claiuvllla church. Asa buslnett man I thank
you for yuur genorous eOcr. At a deacon I
have to be that there li nothing
wrong In this matter. I am, tlr, your very
humble servant, zedekiau Salter.
"P. 8. I hope to hear from you a on."
For two days after ho had dispatched
thu loiter the deacon went about Ilka a
man dlstrncted. At the end of the third
day there came a latter addressed to
him in the bold round hand of the mysterious
Wilson. It was opened in a second
and tha deacon was devouring it
behind n pile of boxes, regardless of
the customers waiting for him.
It ha had expected Wilson to arguo
wttli him the moral questions involved
In their proposed scheme ho was greatly
mlstuUdii. There were three in-closures
a letter, a newspaper clipping
and a two-dollar bill. Hero is
what the letter said:
"Deaii Sir: In sending you a sample of my
goods I am brcuklngone of the strictest rules
of my business, but I do It this time because I
think that you mesa business and becauso I
am satisfied that you will bo true to mo; cow,
It you aro writing out of curiosity this ssmple
will not eatUfyyou, but If you.mcan business
you can Judge piper, printing, engraving, tte,,
Jutt as well from this at from five
hundred samples: all my stock Is exactly like
sample, and whoa you come here. II yoa Sod
nny dlffcrenco at all, thoa yoa need not buy
I no dollar's worth and I will pay all joar expenses
an) giro you ll.OH) In gold for your
trouble. - Mako up your mind to enter Into this
and 1 swear to you that I will asiljl you to
moke a safe fortune. Hoping you and I will
soon meet, I remain
"Yours In confidence.
"lie turn sample."
Tho deacon took a two-dollar bill of
the same Issue from his till nnd compared
It with the counterfeiter's sample
while the boy ran the store. After
a time hu procured a microscope. Thera
was not the least difference observable.
After a time he read the newspaper
clipping and this explained alL It
related tn the arrest of an alleged counterfeiter
named Wilson in New York
and bis acquittal In tho First district
court after tho ono hundred thousand
dollars he carried In bis traveling bag
had been examined by government experts,
who had been summoned from
Washington for the purpose. Tho
'" We find that the United States
treasury notes, which we have axtmlnod wero
printed from genulno plntet used by former
workmen in the printing bureau. It may also
not ba smlst to Inform tha oaurt that the teorct
tarvlc department hat long been swaro that
soms persons hid potseitloa ot a
plates supposed to havo been furnished by
one ot tha engrtters tn the engrarlng bureau.'
"Hera tha prisoner' counsel oaked the government
expcrlt If they would twear that the
bills examined by thera were counterfeit!. To
the astonishment of every member ot tho
grand Jury they replied that tbay would not
ta fact could not as they wero potltlro tha
bills wero at good as any Usned by the govern,
ment excepting tho fact that there was not as
much tllk fiber Interwoven la the paper ot tho
bills found ou tho prisoner us la the genuine
lo the United Statos. Tha fault, continued
tho laya In tba careless manner
observed lathe ir"iiauy department In allowing
tha workmen to handle gororumont plates,
printing Inlet, dies etc , as thoy wlihel
"The Judgo hsJ ao other alternative than to
tnatruct tho ury lo dlschargo tha prisoner."
Thu deacon sat lit his desk till darkness
caina down, his elbows wero
planted in front of him, his chin rested
in his bauds; he wns thinking very
hard. At last ho got down and pro-pared
to close up the store. "'Taln't
no counterfeit at alb It's good money,
Where's tlio harm if I can buy thirty
thousand dolhira for one thousand dol
lars so long as It is all good money?"
After the deacon closed up tho store
ho wrote this letter and got it in tho
"Ci.A)tvtU.a U I.. MsyT, 1901.
"Mn. Ciiaiii.ss -
"Seelng that the money It good I seenohsrm,
'Will esll ou you sny place you name, I sm a
man ot expeilenoo who will stsnd no trifling
with, but oan ba a good friend to you If you are
as ycfti toy. Will bring ene lliouitnd hilars.
Promptly alter two days of waiting
camo an answer from Wilson;
Isuanii City, May 19, !8(.
'ZlUIKIAIl8Al.TKtt, Keq t
Yoa will never regret yoervislt
If you corns en. Meet at 8 A) o'clock oa the
morning ol May 1 at hotel tongliltod
Otty. There It a clock ta tha houta. At precisely
B: by this clock I will ba standing at
the barroom holding my hat Is one hand
sad wiping my f,irchad with my handkerohlef,
"Whunyontait seed a telegram t Charles
Wilton. 9I Adam, strttt, Long Island City.
Your pttsord' sul slgo Is tJuldy oV
Do net stgu anything alas.
sura you have the aumbats
(plainly on tslorsra slttr you tlga
tho word 'CM I t elherwbtt tour teltfraia will
positively u utttulWu. Tha 'figures
tl tw five huiutrod dollars
from t.i. ,nii n i mortguged hig'iorc
for live d doll'tr more Tu raise.
the ono thousand, dullars tfthut promised
Wilson taxed alt bU resources, bat
he ruaHged It Ou tho afternoon of
tho Hilt of May ho took tho train for
Long Island City and telegraphed Wlh
son as directed. On tha morning of
tho 15th at precisely o.so o'clock they
met W(lon was atsjlllejr jind aflabla
BARGAINS TILL YOU CAN'T CHIN THEM
GREAT RED LETTER
You Can't Afford to Miss it if Money is Any Object to Yon.
$3.40 red loltor pricoof 150 poira of
our finost Fronch calf and Kangaroo
hand mado Shoos laco and Congress
all stylos, widths nnd sizes original
prices J5.00 to 0.50.
53.19 It. L. P. for French calf cork
solo laco shoos 5-8. Original price tj.GO
$2.99 R. L. P. for best American
calf welt shoos C-9. Original
2.49 li. L, P. for our custom mado
calf Shoes Original prico 8.00 nnd
1.-10 red lotter prico of our best
mou's 2.00 nnd 2.50 shoes, nizee; 10 and
11, fow 7-9.
79c. red letter prico of Men's cap
too laco shoes, sizes 7 to 8, original
BOLTON AND EMERSON
V;' , V
JUST RECEIVED AT
arid tho deacon very serious.
After offering refreshments, whloh
wero refused, Wilson took his guest to
his ofilce, reached by devious taoklngs
about many cross streets. Opening a
black satchel lie took out package
after package of now and beautiful
"Tako a bill, any one you please,
from one of these packages and ws
will go out and breuk it" be said.
The deacou selected a five-dollar bill
from the middle of a stack three Inches
high. They had not the least dlOlculty
in passing the bill ia a neighboring
"Now let us get to buslnsss," said
Wilson, when they had returned to Ws
ofilce. lie undid the packages of money
nnd cnun'ed tha bills. Thcu ho passed
them on to tlio deacon, who counted
"Thirty thousand?" asked Wilson.
"That's what I make It," paid tho
deacon, taking out a glass and making
a final o: amluatlon,
"Put them In the vallso youraelt,
they are yours," said Wilson, lifting
the black bag to the tablo which stood
against the wall. The deacon put tha
of bills In tha bag and locked
t carefully. Then ha put tho key in
"I suppose yon havo tho moncyt"
Bald Wilson. Kcdekluh turned sharp
round aud produced his big leather
pocketboolc At thn same time a
panel In tho wall behind the table slid
swiftly and notselossly aside, a linid
readied lit and wired tlio black bag. It
disappeared through the panel nnd in
another moment its place was taken by
auothcr black bag which wus on exact
counterpart Then the panol closed.
It was V o'clock at night and the
Clamvlllo express, which reaches Clam-
vllle at 10:39, was rattling along at tho (
rata of sovonteen miles an hour. On a
seat lu the middle of tha cirwas
con Salter, bolt upright holding a black
bngonkis kiivjot. Ills face was very!
solemn. and bo glutivcd furtively about i
At last, bu ng convluqid'thnl no ono
Was, watching iiiiii, lie unlocked tho bag
and. perpe I in, I livre lay tho green
packages till, In t -mi, uuw. The temptation
to tul; out aoird of tho money,
hold It up to thu light and guzo ou tho
beautiful otigruviiig was too strong to
bo re.lgted. llu opoued the mouth of
th bac and took nut
A terrlhu fell routed braketsas I
79c iod lotter prico of men's good
solid bucklo plow shoes, 0-8, original
29o red letter prico of mon's best
carpet sllppors, Bizes 0 to 11, original
l)9o rot! letter prico on 80 pairs mon'a
best calf box too unliuod shoes, all
No. 9, original pricos 1.50 and 2.00.
99o red letter prico on mon's cap
too laco allocs, extra sizes 10 lo 16,
original prico 1.50.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHOES.
$149 red letter prico for W. L.
Doughs' 2.50 boys shoos, laco and
Congress, 2$ to 5J.
1.49 rod lotter prico for Bush Shoo
Co.'s host calf shoes 8 to 5 original
3 MAIN ST., GLASS
ob Oie Tront aliil ha rtuluid
lata tho car. All hu found was a black
bag filled with queer packages of groen
Deacon Zcdeklah Suiter baa atit bests
seen since. Brooklyn Kagl.
PICTURES OF LINCOLN.
Of Thu.o Tli.r Ar. lauy. Bat r
Tho question of looks dpauUi lit
Lincoln's case very much upon tiU
moods. The ,nr.'U framework of big
features was gruutlv modified by th
amotions which controlled thou. Tha
most delicate touch of the painter ohsa
wholly changes tha espreteUn of
portrait; his Inability to find that m
needed master touch causes the ev
rccurrlng wreck of an artist's rones
hopes. In a countenance of strong
lines mid rugged masses Ilka Llneola's,
tbu lift of an eyebrow, the enrva of a
lip, tho flash of an eye, the movements
of prominent created a sanch
wider faelal play than In roandast lnv
mobile countenances. Llneola's ietr
tnres wore tho despair of ortry arttat
who undertook his portrait The)
writer aaw nearly a dosea, one after
another, (don after the first nomination
to tho presidency, attempt the
task. They put into their pictures the)
largo rugged features and strong prominent
llnc.11 they mode measurements
to obtain exoet proportions: they "pt
rifled" some single look, but the picture
remained bard and cold. Dveis
before these paintings were finished it
was plain to seo that they wero unsatisfactory
to the urtUta themselvrgi, anfl
much more so to tlio Intimate friends
of tha man', this was not ho who
smiled, spoke, laughed, charmed. Tho,
Highest of all In Leavening Powor.
1.49 aed letter prico for high cuo
grain shoos, II to 13, original prio
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS.
1.99 red letter prico ou mon'a boat
oil grain hand sowed hunting Boots,
bIzoh 0 to 9, original prico 7.00 and
1.49 rod letter prico on mon's plain
nnd box.loo hoavy boots, sizoa 0 to 11,
original prico 2 00,
99c rod lettor prico on 2G pair odds
and ends, split and full stock - kip
inon'B etoga booto, sizes G to 11, original
prico 2.00 and 2.50.
75o r. 1. p. on youth's boots, 10 to 13,
original prico 1.50.
Catarrh inn local buta constitutional
diseaso, and requires a constitutional
romedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla to
effect a euro.
flclsirs Was to IV in an as tile jtralu a
and m tin Bi.natatn, aa tho doad ta
tho llvlag. tlraphie art was powerless'
Woro a tacxi thitt niorcd through a
tttcuannd dullcate gradations of lino
avd contour, llvht aud shade, sparklo
f tha eye aud ourvu of tho lip, la tho
long gamut of oxpiesslon from grave.
to gay, aud back again from tho
Jollity of laugbtor to that serk
ot, far-away look that with prophotla
iartulrlons beheld the awful panorama'
ft war, anA heard the cry of oppres
ion and suffering. There aro many
tfiacurss of Mneoln; there is no portrait
of him. In his ease thoro was
trash a rtlfferenco between tho hard literal
shall of the physical man, and tho,
fins ideal fiber, temper and aspiration
af bis epirit; the extremes were so fa
apart (hat n photograph or painting
I the former eould render even an apf,
proximate representation of tho latter'
--J, O. Kleolay, In Century,
--Browne Hashed i'otatocs: Chofl
two cold boiled potatoes fine and sea-'
on. Fut onn tableapooiiful of butter
iato a frying pan; when hot nnt in tho
netatsai, smooth them carofully over
tke bottom pi the pan, and cook slowly
without stirring until the potatoes ara
brawn and stick together. Lift with si
:sllev Tf more are wanted, thoy must
rtjs b$rmied in separata lota Sural
Littlo Ruth Cloveland wa
tinod a fow dayu ago.
ABSOLUISl y VW&
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