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GREAT SALE OF SALES.
J kin lli iJintir lJeke,
The Listener has been written to by
lady t Wellington who wishes to know
twoqueer thing. One la why tho English
language has no femlnln equivalent
(or the word "fellow," used In tho sense
of comrade, Sometimes people apeak
ot a girl as a "Jolly good fellow," but
the phraw I abotnlnnble, and la depredating
to the young woman, though
often it Isn't at all meant to be so. In
this country we ore particularly favored
with glrla of this pleasant type. They
re good girls, and often very well
mannered Indeed; but they arc com
radely, witty, amiable, equally devoid
of coquetry and prudery; they posses
In fact the proper fcmlnlnt equivalent
of tho qualities that, when we And
them In a roan, we call the qualities of
a thorough pood fellow. Hut wo have,
'm this correspondent points out, n
'feminine expression for tho word. Some
jwlto should remedy the
.deficiency. Boston Transcript.
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Always Go Tntether.
There's a fool somewhere U
near that horn?" Brooklyn LHa.
ThoBoniorproprlolorof Ibis patior
has boon Bubjoct to Irequout colas for
sorao years, wicl woro euro to lay
him up if not doctored at onco. Ho
finds (hot hatnbo rlaiu's Cough
la roliablo. It opens tho
rolloToa tho lungs, and rostoros
tho system to a healthy condition, If
freely ueod, as soon as tho cold has
been contracted, and boforo it has
settled iu tho system, it greatly
lessens tho attack, and often euros in
singloday what would othorniso
have boon a sovero cold Northvvostoru
Hotel Roportor, Dos Moinos, Iowa.
60 eoiA bottles for salo by Buekucr
Setesllve (to Chief) riotnvbody has
kaUed a woman and two children la ft
hose on Mulberry street
Witef JIava you any elue to the aw
Dttlve No; but I have tfe houM
Mot Misl Kind of as Riprt.
Or. Kmdae ly man, you are sadly is
ntsd of cnaniro.
ardiip Y'M lot I wiled yon m a
medkal, not w HuaocUl expert.
Mr, William T.l'rioe, a Justice of
the peace, at Rlcliland. Nebraska, was
confined U)?tl te& la8' winter with a
a severe attack of ItwijbuMi but 0
thoroufh application ol Cbwnoerlr ju'h
Win Balm enableil him to get up and
iota work. Mr. Trice says: "The
rwHdr oannot l recoir.meudeU loo
hteWy. Jjt anyoue troubled with
"rUwiUiUra. nuralgia or lame back
GOOD FELLOWSHIP. I
AlIurineUlilrli mm1 Mhmi Tuuncllm
la tlio lUil.
Very many men attnln a wide
tton within tho innte circle of their acquaintance
ot belnir "good fellows"
when the mon themselves know It Is
undeserved, and Hint tho term "bad fel
lows" would moio neatly fit their case.
Of course, there nvu hosts upon hosts of
men far moro than tho world at largo
know of who are In truth "good
In every nenso of tho word, but It
is a fact, nevertheless, that In numer
ous Instances the detlgnntlon la applied
to men whoso only tlllo Hereto Is won
at the cost of disquiet and Rnxiotr at
home and simony friends andiposslblp
of broken hearts and ruined lives.
Viewed from morrly tho selfish standpoint
a young man can not afford to be
known as a good follow, as the term Is
commonly understood, much less to b
one. In Its proper sense of being an
agreeable, icompnnion, cveryono shonld
endeavor to be such, nnd tho first placa
In which to show tills good fellowship
laihe home. There aro many persons
who are exceedingly pleasant In publlo,
but who aro exceedingly disagreeable
In their own home and family. Tho
"good-fellowship" of such Is of a
description, and Its exhibition
will never do them any. harm it they
can help it. This class Is to bo pltlsd.
The members of It would got a great
deal more out of liffl It they brought
some sunshine Into tho domestic,
Hut the class of "good fellows," so
called, who most need to look to themselves
for their unties nro those who
havo acquired or are acquiring the title
by their royatering proclivities, to the
neglect of homo and friends and to tho
Injury of leputatloru They can not afford
to pay such an enormous price for
so little. Thero nro thousands of raon
old and yonng, married aniFslngls
who yearly spond In excesses more than
enough to comfortably clothe them;
and many among thoso aro prons to
lament that others less capable thaa
themselves are much more comfortably
sltuatsd, and to attrlbuto tho greator
good fortunes of these to "luok" whsn
luck has had nothing to do with H.
Thoy are not "good fellows" who Indulge
In plcnsuio'ut the oxpenss of
what their duty demands of tnm.
Thero Is no lack ot time for pleainr,
and thero aro ways of enjoyment for
'everyone; but lu the long run ayeaug
man will find It neither pleasant nor
profitable to win admiration for com-
Sanlonablo qualities from tho idle, tho
Usoluto and the vicious.
There U nothing new In all this It U
an old, old story yet eery day young
men are seen golny to the bad, throufU
the allureiuenta tot so-called good fellowship,
ond tho publlo teaobtr can ot
too often or too strongly admonish the
youth of the folly of such a course.
Detroit Tiee press.
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Well. John," said hi employer.
''how do you feel af tor your vacation?"
"Mko a now tuau, sir,"
"Well, It's a good thing, John, I'M
m thlakluir I'd try a new man at
our work) but yethaps you'll do,"
v' - '
Absurd Notion the Different
Nothing Is moro absurd than prejudice.
rb must judge Individuals, not
classes. True, tho same manner of life,.
tho same, amount or ignoraneoor education,
and the Influences of ellmato
and custom will cause men to assimilate,
but not to such a degree as
many appear to suppose. Inwardly,
each man Is himself, and not ona of any
class, party or country.
"Ilow absurd, then, to say: Oh, ho
will do this thing, or bo this thing, because
ho is English. He's a Yankee,
and must limits wooden nutmegs
and swop Ho
Is Irish, nnd has klssrd tho
blarney-stone. lie Is Scotch, and would
skin a flint to savo n farthing, II is
Uorman, and circa for nothing but lager
and pretzels, tie la Vrcneh, and so, of
course, without morals. Ilis Spanish,
nnd must brag. He's an old man, and,
of course, spiteful. He s an old baelio
lor, and hates babies. Or, as strong-minded
womon declare, a man, nnd so
a tyrant; and quoting tho thoughts
rather than tho words of many men!
"A woman, and sa something of an
Now wo all know Yankees who aro
above trickery; we know Irish
nbnso U flnttery, generous
Scotch people, lively Uermans, and
strictly proper nnd pious French
men and women; excessively humble-
Spaniards; old mat-1 who are
so angello that no living man la worthy
ot Ihem; baohelora who devote tbeh
spare momenta to the nieces and
nephews; men whoso yielding
whoro woman Is concerned, Is almost
a fault; and women who have
solid heads and brilliant minds, and
power to think and act which men
Knowing all these exceptions to accepted
rules, It Is absurd to give them
credence even lit our speech, and so
foster tho falsa feeling engendered by
them. It Is absurd to hato a roan because
he belongs to any country or any
class, as It would bo to detest him
he htd a wart on his chin. If. V.
Tlie Nolillltr of Uuthcrhund.
The mother who can tcep Innocent
and pure the childhood ot her children,
who can comprehend and satisfy their
needs, dlitct their mental and moral
development and "train them up In tho
way thoy should go," may not be
deemed worthy of tame as the world
motes out that commodity, Fame Is,
after all, the result of clever
In ouo way and another,
and Is a cheap and worthless bauble
compared to tho prize that Is won by
such a mother, nor children will worship
her memory, and In cmulatlug
her virtues hur Influence will reach to
eternity ItsuU, Hho may never even have
"She hath don what alio could" as her
epitaph, but sho win Have an epitaph
In tho work kh as achieved that will
be mora lastluir than the world's greatest
heroes, mom illvlno than was ever
written j tins most Inspired post
CQO AND ECHO.
I sslua ot Echo, t'other dx,
Whose words sre ftir nnd often funs,
Whit to Mrue.Utm lbs would tny
Ot eouttsblp, love ind mstrimonr
Quoth Echo, plslnll "Mtlttr e' mtvy."
Whom should Imorrjlr Bbould It be
A dsshtnf damsel sr and pert,
A psttera of ooneliteocr,
Or it'.flsti, mtrccnsu fltrl?
Quoth Kcho, iharpll "Xaffltrt."
TTtst It s weary et tbo strife
That loon hss lured tho gsr deceiver,
Bhe promised to amend her Ufa
And iln no more can I bellero hert
Quoth Kclio, with dec!!on: "Isavt Ktr."
Vntlf tome mslden with a heart
On me should venture to bestow It.
rrr, should I sot the wiser pari 1
To take the treasure or foreiro It J
Qaoth ncho, very promptly! "Co ."
nut what, If ae.mlagljr afraid
To html her fate In Hymen's (otter,
he vows ahe means to die a inald.
Is answer to siy lotlnj; letter?
Quoth Echo, very coolly) "Ltihtr."
Wbt If, In spite of her disdain,
I Ond my heart entwined kbout
Wth Cupid a dear, delicious chain,
6e closely that I can't net out!
Quoth Echo, laughlnflyl "Otl out,"
But It some Maid with beauty blest,
As pure and fair as Hcstencanmakthe
Wilt sharo my labor and my rest
Till envious death shall overtake hert
Quoth Echo (i to toti)i "lati htr."
Once a Week.
Mneolvo Rocoptnoloa for tho Eoep
lnjr of Prooioua Jowola,
t.lld tflln or steal Tbst the Stoat Skill-
fa! UttrgMr C.nlit Nat 1'eaatrat
In a, aimrter Time Tlisn
Hero are COO feet ot showcases, half
Of tham on one side of a lorg room,
and back ot them are as many feot of
upright c'tases stood against tbo wall.
In tho rear ot the room aro moro oases,
ad wherever there Is room for then
ara costly musla boxes, bronze
and other valuable articles of
Huropeau and Ametlcan make. All
tho showcases ure full ef jowclry and
ether articles made of gold nud silver.
Tor tweaty feet near the front tbo
eases hold nothing but real diamonds
and other precious stones, for the place
la a Dig jewelers salesroom up to$S.
where no Imitation articles ara sold
nothing but rout gold and stlror and
"What a beautiful field for a
was the idea that flashed through
tho mind of a Sun reporter who entered
the placo a few days ago. Not
that ho contemplated operating In that
field; but on looking about the room ho
could sec no sign of a safe or any other
tirong rcocpiaeie not oven such a ut
tie iron box as Mr. Russoll Si ago was
rocontly oxpectcd to produeo 91,309,.
"What do you do with your goods at
at night?" tho reporter asked tho proprietor.
"You'll find It easier to get them In
tho daytime," Mr. Joweler smilingly
"But you have some system of accur
Ing them. Toll mo whet it Is for ths
Information ot tho public If it is not a
"Thero is no aacret about it," tho
Jeweler replied. "Do you ace thoso
threo cabinets, those black walnut
cabinets, against tho cast wall? Wo
put everything In those at night"
"You trust to a black walnut cupboard
all thoso cases of gold and
diamonds, do you, valued at at about
"If vou take the entire lot," Mr.
Jeweller lnughetl, "you can havo It for
$350,000. Hut come behind tho counter
with mo and let me show you tha cabinets."
The Jeweler led the iay to tho mld
die of tho cast side of tho room, between
cases full of diamonds and costly
(tones on tho one hand and upright
cases full of sliver teapots and trays
and sugar bowls on tho other band,
'"Hero," ho said, when the cabinets
wero reached, "Is whoro wo keep everything
at night, except au;h large articles
a w ould not go In. In our business
It Is not tho big things, but the
little ones that aro valuable."
They wero ordinary looking walnut
oablnots, each perhaps seven feet high
and flvb feot wide, and each with folding
doers, an upper and a lower panel
in oach door A boy might break
them all opoa with a hammer in one
But Mr. Jov' throw open ono of
the pairs of folding doors and disclosed
tnsldo" an Immense safe that seemed to
say: "Come on, now, If you're a burglar;
lat's see what you can dot" It was
one et tho polished steel sort, with tremendous
resistance writtou all over It
"Theso are called burglar-proof
safes," said tlio Joweler; "but I need
not tell you that no safe Is burglar
proof. Nothing has been or can fee
made that cannot be broken, and an
expert burglar can open any safe in
tho world. However, I think these
are as nearly burglar proof as any
safe In New York. It Is merely a
quostlon ot time with a burglar, und
these safes aro warranted to resist any
attack, except with explosives, for
twelve hours. There Is not much danger
from gunpowder or dynamlto in
suoh an exposed placa and to operato
with tools auccosttully requires twelve
Ashe spoke he opened thesafo doors,
of the Interior was divided
into shelves, all of tho same
height and breadth. The other fourth
was taken up by another aufe, apparently
complete In Itself.
"There Is where we keep our most
valuable goods, tho diamonds andothor
very costly nrllcles," tho Jeweler continued,
tapping the small Inner Bate.
"There Maons ot theso Inside of each
of the large safes, and each small safe
Is separate and complete in Itself, with
its own beparaio combination. It n
burglar manuges to reach tho inside of
one of the large safes he still has another
safe to open before ho can got
the most vnluublo goods."
"Hut what an liniuonso labor it must
be to put all these goods In the safes
very night nnd tako them out again
every lis reporter suggested.
"Not as muoU a you might think,"
Mr. Jeweler replied, "I will show
you how it U done. Look at this showcase.
You nee the articles do not He
on the bottom of tlio esse, but ou little
shallow velvet-lined trays, Thoke trays
are made to fit tho showeaxi, threo of
them belntf Just tha width' bt Uia'easo.
The compartment In the safe are
made to accommodate the trays, each
compartment holding two tiers of six
trays cueli. Ko bo fore, closing we have
only to slide the, trays Into tbo safes,
mm Try tblug is assured.'
iwiwyMM A Lite, Ktway is I frorrewtva Waton-Tho JDate
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Complete Job Office
IS CONNECTION. Renew promptly
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"COLD WAVE" Sim
; : Bep Saturday Jan. oOtk
ELE&ANT Iff GOOES ;
That is very convenient," tho reporter
acknowledged, "and Itseomsts
bo very sccuro."
"Ah, butthut Is only Mia flrssle
toward security!" thu Jewelor exclaimed.
"Wo "do not put all ourTnoncy
on ono card. You liavo soeu'that tha
sates nro us strong as thoy can (e mndo
iiini is all that steel can dJ for us.
Wow we call lu electricity to irtand
guard. Kach safe la connected by sep
arate wirort witn tlio llurglar Alarm
Company. IJ arQixploalon pr any other
jar Biioniu movo ono or. tiiern a six'
iraain 01 ipt lticii out Of 'Is place, a
boll would ring In tb,o headquarters of
that eomparty, nnd within ninety
two pelicemen would be hero. If
anybody should turn the combina
tion Knon n nair'a breadth that would
have the same effect I used to have
the wires run Into my sleeping-room,
bjt I found that two or threo times a
yca there would be some troubta with
erosslng vlres,ml I wquld to called
ont n a hurry In the, uilddlo of tho
Sight, and Itgave mo too much worry.,
o I had the wires connected with the'
Burglar Alarm Company, m.d now
when I go homo I do not give tho good
another thoughL" '
Mr. Jeweler hero closed tho safe
doors nnd turned the little knob tat
"Wo can lock or Unlock thorn a hundred
times a day," ho continued, "bul
when we once lock them for tho night
they are not opened again till next
morning. When I act tho combination
for the night, just before going homo,
I give an electric signal to the burglar
alarm pcoplo, und that instant the
alarm Is sot I f I should lorgst any
thing, and should open the aafo iny
self after elvinjr. tho thero
Would bo two policemen here In a minute
and a half, etnetly the same as
though a burglar were ut work. Now
do you suppose I can go homo with an
"Perfectly," th reporter assented;
"your goods aro certainly aafe."
"But that la only tho second step toward
security," Mr. Jeweler said. "Lot
mo ahow you the third."
He aloted the folding doors of tho
"Tap ono of those panels with your
fingers, please," he Raid.
The sound that followed was muffled
and heavy, entirely unlike the sound
made by tapping a thin wooden panah
"Thoso slight cabinets aro not as de
fenseless as they look," tha jeweler
continued. "Thoso panels aro mado of
pasteboard, nnd other parts of tho cabinets,
although of wood on tho outside,
havo pusts board within."
"And why pasteboard?" tho reporter
"Because pasteboard is a bettor nonconductor
than wood. The panel you
tapped Is made of three thicknesses of
pasteboard and two thloknesses of tin
t0ll. First there la tho outer vastoboard
panel, which Is stained and grained to
imitate walnut; then a layer of tin
foil; then a second sheet of pasteboard;
then a second layer of tin foil; and
finally a third sheet of pasteboard,
whioh forms the back of the panel.
The first sheet ot tin foil Is connected
with tho posttlvo polo of an electric
battery; tho second sheet of tin foil Is
connected with the negative pole of a
battery. With tlie sheet of pasteboard
between them tho metallic
sheet do not touch, and there Is no circuit
But let a burglar begin to
upon tho cabinet, and run a knife
or a gimlet or anything else through
the panel, and the metallic tool, touching
both sheets of tin foil. Instantly
completes the circuit, u bell rings In
the burglar alarm office, and two policemen
come, as before."
"Is that all?" the reporter asked.
"No, not quite," Mr. Jewelor smilingly
replied. "liaildes theso little ap
pliances we nave a faithful watcarnau
In tho store all night Part et his
work Is to press a llttlo electric button
svory half hour from the time we look
the front door at night till we op.tn it
la the morning. Thereby ho tells ths
bnrgular alarm people that he Isawaks
sndon duty. If he lata sixty seconda
beyond the half hour pass without
pressing tho button, tha two policemen
come to sco whnt Is tho matter, just as
If somebody had tnmpeieil vt 1th the
There were no moro precautions, and
tee jeweler and tho reporter emergad
from the inner regions of gold and pro-
r ona stones.
"Thank you very much," said tho reporter.
"Qoodday," said tho joweler. "Com
again; but always come In the daytime."
N. Y. Sun.
A SKELETON PLAYER.
Tho Weird Tula of a (lliottty VUiter Who
"Toak a llanrt.'
Scott Bonham tolls tha following remarkable
story, and as he I an attorney
and member ot the board ot legislation
there cau ba no doubt as to Its veracltyt
"Some time subsequent to 18JS," said
Scott, "myself and several young fol
lows caught tho gold fever and concluded
to go to California and bocorae
millionaires. Wo rcachod tho Eldorado
in good condition, and upon the advleo
of an Indian purchased throe hundred
acres of laud supposed to contain n
vein of the coveted inotaL After a
fruitless search for three weeks In the
bowels of the earth we returned ona
Saturday afternoon to our shanty, and
alter supper sat down to a social g sma
"W played all Saturdiy night, all
day Sunday and well Into Sunday
night, whon a terrible storm arose.
The thunder crashed around us nutll
our cabin scemod tottering on its frail
foundation, but still we continued to
play until the war ot the elements a
grew so lerrlflo that one of ur companions
roso from his seal, "saying he
would play no longer. He had hardly
left his place when a flash of lightning
moro Intense In Ha brilliancy than any
before caused us to pause In our play,
when, nlanclng at tho face of J Its, who
sat opposlto the vacant chair, my blood
almost stopped circulating at tho look
ot horror on his countenance HI
eyes seemed fixed with a glassy star,
and, following the direction la whioh he
looked, I saw a sight Seated in tha
chair Just vacatod wqs n skeleton,
holding In Its fleshless finger AT
cards, whtlo before It on tho tabhs
wero threo or four stacks ot check.
'Lookl' I exclaimed, In u hoars whis
per, Tho others did so, and with one I
impulse we all jumped from our seat
and dashed through tno door Into the
storm that was still raglug. Huddled '
together under a largo tree wo passed
the night, and from that day to this
1'vo never played u game of cards."-
-Not All Wan
upp "Is your, butler English?" Ut
.". V. Weekly, a
BARGAINS TILL YOU CAN'T OHIN THEM
GREAT RED LETTER
You Can't Afford to Miss it if-Money is Any Object to You.
, MEN'S SHOES.
$3.40 red letter tirieo of 150 pairs of
our finest French cnlf and Knngnroo
hand mado Shoos lnco nnd
nil styles, widths and sizes original
prices f &00 to C.50.
$3.19 French calf cork
solo lnco shoos B-8. Original prico C.50
$2,99 It. L. P. for best American
calf wolt shoes 5-9. Original prico -1.00
2.19 Tt. L. P. for our custom mado
cnlf Shoes Original prico 3.00 and
1.19 red lottor prico of our best
mon's 2 00 and 2.50 shoos, sizes 10 nnd
11, few 7-9.
79c. red letter prico of Mon's cap
too laco shoos, sizes 7 to 8, original
BOLTON AND EMERSDN
JUST RECEIVED AT
Poo- Wear Exclusively,
Ourlona Article, of
Hilda full Hay.
"My dear Blr." observed tho groat
man to mo as ho lit another clgarctto,
"you must undcrs'anl that nothing Is
as It used to be her. Times are
changed, so ara so is tho
shspo of people's hnti Look at that
follow Mllkpot, who is pasting us now.
Observe that monstrosity ho has on his
head a Mexican Hoiabrero, fit for tha
pampas or Uie mouutalns. Who would
havo dreamed of entering tho houso of
commons wearing such n th'n? In Tvord
Palmerstoa'a time? Look at tho brim,
air. It spreads over the torraco llko an
awning, Mllkpot might hold a tea
party undor It Tat shows what Is going
"Wo don't even Jrou like gentleman
any more. A tnau may do anything
nowadays and no one will think the
worse of him. It used to be an understood
thing that divisions should not
bo sprung npon us in tho dinner hour
or at other unseemly times, and consequently
wo could go away comfortably
nnd dlno without fear ot coming back
and finding tho ship aeuttlod. But now
we aro obliged to bo here all through
sitting wo dare not leave tha placa
even for ten minutes. Well, no cannot
always be stuck on the treasury bench
Ilk o msny enchanted apes, and if w
go luto tho library somebody Is sure to
bo afUr as with a question or a deputation,
or a request which Is uttorly
Irregular, net to aay disgusting. Bo
you see Itlifs bacoino neeeassry to provide
each ot us with iron. A lot ot
servants and clerka havo beau turned
out of tho house, nnd hero wo ara In
their places. Come In and I will show
youratuo." Msemlllan's Magaalno.
Nal Far ClmuUllnn.
Irascible Old Man (In loud voice and
gesticulating wildly) You can't lak
that coin, hevr Welt, you will tako It
got It from til company, and what's
good enough fur mo ought to bo good
enough for any railroad company.
Conductor (tinlllpg) As wo novor
take troihes wo never could ham
given this ono tuyou, Judgo.
" '' i i ii
An exchange siys; "Must the car
horse go?" It ho U u Philadelphia car
bono there is n "must" shout it Ho
will suit himself In the roattor, Ihllv
del pbla News. , I
' IN OtJR
79c red lottor prico of mon's good
solid bucklo plow shoos, G-8, original
29c red letter prico of mon's best
carpet slippers, sues 0 to 11, original
09c red lottor prico ou 80 pairs mon's
host calf box too unlinod shoos, all
No. 0, origiual prices 1.50 and 2.00,
9flo red lottor prico on men's cap
too laco shoos, oxtra sizes 10 to 16.
original prico 1.50.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHOES.
$l.'19rod loiter nrico for W. L.
Douglas' 2.50 boys' shoos, luco and
Congress, 2 to 5J.
1.19 rod lotter prico for Bush Shoo
Co.'s bost calf shoos 3 to 5 original
NOS. 1 and 3 MAIN" ST., Q-LASS
A clinometer Is an Instrument for
Measuring tho rolling of a vessel at sea,
sad It Is usually In the cabin
When It Indicates
degrees any oue can easily understand
that something unusual has happened.
The clinometer In the atcamshlp Elsie
marked a roll to that extent on the
latest voyages from ljunchal to Baltimore.
Near Bermuda she waa struck
by a hurricane that shifted several
times and mado a heavy, confused sea.
During tho most violent rolling a glass
doaanter on the cabin table was turned
bottom up, emptied, and cracked from
the baso up without having been rolled
A fw days ago two girls, both
handy with a ropa or gun, wero riding
along tho highway ia Hooky Canon,
whan unexpectedly they met a boar,
ssys tho Wilbur ltegister. Thoy did
not faint or even offer to run. On tho
ontrary, they draw strawa to see which
would get tha first hug. They had often
heard of tho hugglug qualities of a bear,
bat had never had nu opportunity of
testing tho truth of tha statement
During tho controversy, however, ths
boar "took a turabto" and clinJbad a
friendly tree. Of course tho girls could
not condescend to oltmb a tree, so one
of them rode sevoral miles after a rut,
and In a few minute after her return
tho (ear waa lying on the grouud dead,
Popularly called tho king of medicines
Hood's Sarsaparilla, It conquers
Scrofula, salt thoutu nnd all
otiier blood dieensos,
Highest of all in Lciveaiof rower.
1,19 aod lotter prico for high cu0
grain shoos, 11 to 13, original prio
MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS.
4.99 rod loiter prico ou mon's bost
oil grain hand sewod hunting Boots,
sizes 6 to 01, original prico 7.00 and
1.49 rod letter prico on mon's plain
and box loo heavy boots, sizes 6 to 11,
original prico 2 00.
99o rod lottor prico on 25 pair odds
and ouds, split and full stock kip
mons stoga boots, sizes G to 11, original
price 2.00 and 2.50.
75o r. . p. on youth's boots, 10 to 13,
original prico 1.50.
rresh Atr, If One la rritirrly Wrapped Dp,
la the lli.t
"Furnace colds," ao pierulent In tha
autunwi as to bo alinoit directly trace,
able to the first ovcrlicitin of city
kouses, ure more mAn.i!,"ah a than tha
colds caught by nen'lei ting to havo tho
chill taken from the rooms by eno goo4
heating. If yon allow the furnnco ure
to dlo down after It tins thoroughly
wormed mid dried the limine, the 'Ttwf
Sea" and "hiiy fctvr' Hyin,'tnma a
furnaco cold will mi', linger pruvliul
that you tieat it to p. nty ..if fresh oX.
A cold taken Iiom "11 ililll," as It k
followed by somo fever, demands part
sad warmth, w.inti muillnglnou
dclnks uud plenty of ft tilt A rumacfl
old tan lie best thronn oil" ty vlgoronk
exercise, afresh walk on the sunn
Id of tho street, avtldunee of ;tral
cars and making n plentiful diet of
grapes. Above all Klcep in nbundsae
of fresh air, either ndmltti'd Into year
room "safely," ahloldlng the ted wltii
a tan screen toward tlio rviiidow side
or in "draught," which initny peophj
havo now trained themselves to enjoy.
Wrap up the head In uome
shawl or other drupery; havo suffleton,
bed slothing, and you can defy augury
and the furnaco cold. Chicago Journal.
ono rooming wilu
you nowJ'r My
if tor a long and exciting struggle
with Bou Butler tbo grip is ablo to bo
U. S. jBov't Report, Aurj. 17, iSSf
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