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S l I'lDW, Jam- uv I, is'.'.
I'i 1.1 Tii ur.-l .y's halb
Hin. Im-, IJn.un u turned h-uno .duy.
K. K. Ihirul.ill spent tin
(hailes Ki.ist l is recovering I'mia a
M Vl I f Sich IICSS.
Mis Lillie Anderson, of LalWte, is
visit iu friends here.
Andrew Foreman's 15 months-old
child is hopelessly sick.
Waltos Hand is here from the
Culver academy today.
C. M. Wflcli came home 1 1 dim Chi
rago to spend New V oar's.
(Unities 1'rank, f Twin Lakes, was
a oilier at tins oilice to day.
Charles. Allniau, s ti of P. S. AMiuan
is fete from Mankato, Minn.
Louis Steele and Arthur rndcrwood
sj rut yesterday m Soath Hem!.
V. n l i:t: 1'J or 10 Mark cat skins
For pi ice see fJr.n. II. Hayum:, Jeweler
The "paper train" on the IVnnsyb
vaiiia was two luniks late this morning.
Miss Kate Stoddard, w ho lias visited
Mi-s (.race Ave, returned to Valparaiso
1 01 lay.
Miss Manih' Hand, of Maxinkuekce,
ha. been the guest of Miss Florence
Carpenter ; l sw u th an? busy in
voicing and balancing up the accounts
of the year IS'.tä.
W.M.N icho's was in South Uetid yes
terday, in tin interests of the Y. M. C.
A. at this place.
The Swedish Quartet gave an excel
lent. uitertainmenMo a crowded house
a? II usthoii last niad t.
Mr. a;.d Mrs. Harry Miller, of Dallas,
TY. t- ait here visit i ! 1 his parents,
."am Miller and v, ii'e.
Mas ( oi t rule This.' ha, relumed
fr I. a! ' i te, w hero she as t lie guest
of M.ss iVail Hewitt.
il i.-s ':.arl!ie t anuvcn, d hihcn.
gue.-l i f
la:.!eN. She will j
r t urn home on I'r:d.i .
Mi-s Onee!i Cleveland enteitain.s a
small party of tiiei.ds at a J o'clock
luncheon this afternoon.
Srt i Vi:i:kj.v Imii:im:ni).:n r and
the Co-niopolilan, tl.e greate-t i:;aga
zine ia America, only d.sr. per jear.
Fr.mk (lotne was ttirown under ai
train at. Lvausville last night and cut
to pieces. II4 attempted to jump from
T.'.c fau.i! oi I Jr. lb.y has arrived!
fioiu i'nioa Mills and is. pleasantly set
tled. Toe I "Ctor holds t be suae- olliee
Mr. and Mi s. rreeinan Ieer, wie
wire adjudged insane a tew days ago
and s-nt to ; he usjlamai Logansport,
ret nnu'.l home yesterday.
The annual meeting for the ehetiou
of elders, trustees and Sunday t-chooi
stipenutuideiit at the Presbyterian
church, w ill be htM tomorrow mght.
A Mrs. Nancy Powman, of Union
City, laid Dr. Tanner' fast in the shade
by refusing to eat food for forty-seven
da. Christmas day she broke her
P. IL Herrnk. ol Chicago, brought
t w o patients to
Ttie.-day evening and reniaimd ;i giust
of Dr. P 'l'ton over New Yens, return
ing home this morning.
The drug linn of Shadel Peyiiohls
li'ti been dissolved by mutual consent,
the latter retiring. Charles Shadel will
continue the business at the business at
the old stand, c dlect accounts, etc.
Tiie V. C. T. P. will give a supper in
the room formerly occupied by Pyan iV
Iitsepl:, on Saturday evening, .Ian. I,
beginning at " o'clock. A good supper
for 10 cents: oyster?, P cents
Pabbi L. Wise, of Cincinnati, says
that during the last forty years he has
othciated at JO.tuKi .Jewish weddings
and only three couples whom he has
married iiaveever applied for a divorce.
C. W. Habacker, of Fort Wayne, paid
Dr. Horton a New Years call. Mr. Ha
backer took the treatment with the
Doctor four years ago and called to re
new expressions of gratitude lor the re
sults. When the clock struck 12 New Years
inoiiiing, the silence was very noticeable
in this locality. One enthusiastic citizen
in the southern part of the city,
although nearly live minutes late
brought out his tnuzle loader and can
r.onaded a few moments.
A hunting" party, composed of C. L.
TibbHts, Pmcry Hess and doe Wil
liams, of Plymouth, an I Dr. .Montgom
ery, Dr. Fmk and Chester Montgomery,
of South Pend, will go on a brief tour
of devastation among the smaller
seasonable game tomorrow.
The hand-omo bicycle given at the
Phnmix cigar store was drawn hist
evening by .lohn Ashley, jr., w ho held
ticket ÖTo. A hundred tickets were
drawn, the hist one being the winner.
A big crowd watched the committee at
its work. There were V);iT.i tickets
JJusiness men are invited cordially
to lend their assistance t ward provid
ing for the coining W. ('. T. U conven
lion lii ic, liy patreiiiing t ! excellent
ruipjer which will be s i i .i.l t . y the
n; is of the local I'liion at the old
Itjauk Joseph building on iicMSit
I f you want the political news of th
(In' coming campaign read our advei
t Kent. oils of clnhhin g offers with the
New Voik World and Tri. um else
wI.t in tins paper.
The be. t and cheapest building lots
in Plymouth, are tound in "The Ply
mouth Impioveinont Company's" ad
dition, on the roiiMi side. Xo water
standing around them ana cellars al
wasHdry. For terms, call on L. Tan
ner, the druggist.
Marshal Myers went over to Donald
son last, night and returned wiih two
prisoners, who arc mv in jail here
awaiting a hearing before 'Squire
lleeves. Charles Wolf is charged with
assault and hatterv, and Charles Henry
with stealing goods from Uurgner
I'ros.' store. Odieer Klinger assisted
in the arrests.
Notwithstanding the .") eents ad
vance to go into edict on hard e al the
Clh of this mouth (next Monday i Lnoc.'i
P )or will deliver all onlers until that
date at .ST.-1 per ton. Atter that time
prices will not he at the option ot re
tailers and Mr. Poor says that hard
coal will he advanced to at a sin
gle hound. People with unfilled bins
should tack Pus in their hats, take time
by the forelock and see that their coal
bins are tilled before Monday night.
From l-'riday'a Dally. !
How is that "rwear-otl" of vouisV !
Pen .1. Lauerh ft today for Chicago. J
Tube How wnt to South Petid to-!
Miss Laura Pyder n turns to Plkhart
.lacob li nier is here from P.remen for
a lew days.
The Hin of !k ni:' Mnith left for Lex- i
iugton, Ky., today.
(borge llipp"y uturiied last evening
Iroiu Logaiipoi t.
Mtvs Trella Logan has returm-d from j
a i- it at t'ulver City. i
'. 11 Xow of New ,V Davis, li.ar.'bon, !
v. is a Plymouth visitor.
Miss Fauna (lallaghe;- returns to Col- !
umbia City tomorrow. !
C. S. Cleveland left last nightUora
business ti ip throughout the east. j
Miss Fthel Wiltfong le'urned last j
eNening iroiu her visit at Attica. !
Mayor Swindell, wife and daugliti-r. i
hae reluiü'-d from Coiumbi i City.
Lew Allman went to Marion ycsler- 1
d;ty, to spi nd a oup!e of days with his ,
! brot her I. i
Win. F. (iieg and wife arc I ere iroiu i
Irwin, Mo., visiting her father. David
C. Smiih. j
I.).-, and Mrs. Sawver returned to Chi'
cago Ja-t t - ening, after visiting with 1
Two new "phones have been put ml
the local exchange - F.I. Welch, 0, audi
.lohn Leonard, PJÖ. !
Cha.'.. II. Clongh called at this olhce J
today, and enroiied ins name on tliel
fast increasing list.
Miss Floience l'ield retuna-ii las eve
ning from a two weeks visit m Michi
gan and South Pend.
Mis. F.d. ,k and Mrs. IL F. Collins,!
of Pochester, were callers on Dr. and ,
Mrs. Link nhelt Wednesday. ;
Masler (hta Linketilu li is yp.Midtng 1
his vacation with his grandparants, j
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Leiters Ford, j
1 ir i-i ! I ir4ei!i sin ndi i ii ' i r i t
J'J, IUI '1 V UV II . IIUU14J til' 'l 11 111
and evening at the school house I miles
northwest ol Plymouth, and nearTyner
Did .lacoby and wife, who came Jrom
Flkhart to attend a family reunion on
New Years day, returned to their home
Mrs. iustave Wolf has returned from
Chicago, where she was called to attend
the funeral of her relative, Mrs. Morris
Old man Fugle id" Argos, was on our
streets yesterdaj. He is an old resident
of this county, and one of its most
plain, out spoken farmers.
Mrs. C. II. Wilcox returned yesterday
noon from Logansport, where she has
been visiting with her sister and sick
brother, since Christmas day.
Mrs. (I. A. Marble entertains thi- eve
ng in honor of her guest, Miss Myrtle
Mein.er, who haves tomorrow' morning
for her home in Momence, Ills.
Pen Caldwell, -of Marion, w ho is visit
ing friends at JJourbon, ran over to Ply
mouth today to f ee W. C. McLothliu of
Kuhn A: Son's store, and other friends.
Judge (laproti was occupied this fore
noon hearing motions, etc., and the case
of Katie Kent vs. Pridget Shay is on
trial before Hon. Heorge llolmau this
afternoon. It will occupy two days at
One of the questions to be decided by
the next Indiana legislature, is wheth
er or not the appellate court shall be
continued. The life of the court as
originally provided will expitein March
The annual report of the managers
of the Indiana reform school for girls
and woman's prbon shows that there
are now 180 girls in the reformatory
and 3 women in the prison. Sarali F.
Ie. Iv. Mlpcrilitt lldflit, sis t'.'-ie is
lit el lii..rc 1 1 r 1 1 at !'. !i-t It Ml lo'l.
V;i"!'.iv True.-': fM'iie:' Hi'! i1"
I 'ft I I K I' I i I I. I l i'l . . II ! !l II l' ' I S I'
he !i i m-'!i 1 1 r mi i:c tilil' p. I- under-
iii' a -fvere at! ic of i h.-uni i' i-mi
'ha! h i- laid I.n.i up lor mm ks. lb' i"
Inline.! us that his mother. Mrs Ancii
liiil, h. s leli Ulte ill, and for ti e piM
t hi i".' tut iiil lis h.is been d 'Ii litie ! I " h-r j
hed, er lu.iii l ia-;id here m'! ic.M'i't i
to h atM.
1 1. HIS.
.I.VM'.U.Y I. Pied Peed und wile, of
Convoy, (., a brother-in-law of .I..I.
Vangundy, is visiting in Iliou.
William Pckert, who has been trawl
ing in the west in the inteiest of a pat
ent right concern, is spending the holi
days at home.
Miss Maud Plliott. of Indiana olis,
spent nias wit h her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. C. P.lliott.
Mi'lit-v I l-i re! i xvtu viv.il ii. .t t. ..I !'
j ..mi.ii 11.1.1 liiii ti; II I. i.l..il
WakariMa over unday.
Peter Oliver and Charles Waggoner,
of Moscovv, Ind., were visiting friends
and parents m this vicinity.
William and Hurley Tu lor uttendid
the State Teachers' association meeting
Manfred) Vantiss has been visiting
fin-mis at Pl mouth the oast week.
The tnas i ntci tainmeut w. sagrand
success, so i he children say.
(!eo. Poltz, of l.igonier, is visiting
his father, umuel Poltz
M. P Vatitivs visited relatives iand
presumably, a frit nd,) at P. ehester last
'l'welve I. O. O. P.'s of II1..11 attended i
a banuet at Argos Saturday e ening.
doe .Johnson, of near Mentone, was
visiting his brotlier dames, of this place,
Simon Hoi" and wife, of Meulone,
were calling upon their d i'ighier, Mis
Pore, last Week.
Protracted meeting at Tippecanoe
town, conducted by Pev. Kennedy und
.c!ioo!-i of this t o ;i-!i: n beiu next
I. A P..
WY-. -Miss Silva, of Warsaw,
Icr motlur, Mrs. Silva, of the
ioase, a lew days this week.
vi -a ted
La pa. 1
!m M.afer attended the funeral of!
David Arm-hong at Pivmuilh un-
lau is again abli!
s having a tussle
M's. Hiram C o.lnu
to he out.
I reu.iy Xieiiair.au is
with a mild form of sea
our vi...,, a.-:is. b-oiu wrK Xt-wi - u m"- u u-!'' ,Xi' ' 1 a low Vieh T 'r rojved vi,r;r b eks nftei' .-fidUag for a vear or more tho
'the '(fn put' clt thar so:i:n w.iv. J . . - ' ,
'i eaisdav. V' t t l,,'. ." , .f . . :-ami paaiir.l ;rly the - Autograph of the common ery phrases nr.d char-
(ie.p e" Wall is the hapt.V p.ose-ur l' , ? ?,';u,n S ,OÜ V, f f ' Pr-nl fast Tal 1.' ac rs, starts oat an itinerary from th
iiiii.,1 an t.i i.ie o.ii'i'i i'.i..i..ui o,n friinl- fiim nut lookout PIT' ...
of s-ven lite books sine Thars h,v. "h .'' ir ? . .L 1 1 . VI i "Well. I thought T rhouhl d.-o riht staiions. ml daring a street renne,:..
ri v. y.iy ... rilf aoiJ !J;; 111 ' ',;1V, I I thröu-;h the Ueor, and I n.-p-.i and do-s net r.s- tl:e rirjbt tone or inflectioa
ihe weie tue gilt oi appieciatue thiri. Ss ,vnth hui whPn anybody tries ,n.,M.i n, r,;, , e... . ;t1. , , c,.n.i i,
church meuib-j.'s. 0 jCOt llnnnT Smith they'd better
Miotic, orgi.i Lintl a-j"; gaea "taiiy;foo: with a v.ag-n load of rnr.ars.
pulling" to a select fekv 'I'hursday'
i GHASTLY RESTING PLACZ.
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nary 1 1.
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Miss Thompson, of Pi mouth, was
here Taesd.tv to bid her sisb r, Mrs.
Pied Myer. good-bye"" the ia'ter in
tending to go to Plorida for her health,
siaj tug until summer.
The Library club gives its postponed
entertainment dan. 10. Pills have I een
p.. sied and it is a s- uiv go.
AN rth 1 xkota colony meeting will
be held at d.apa, January II.
Heury Sluss, of South Pend, is visit -
mg his parents, here for a few days.
Curt Pauley of North Liberty, was
lure visiting his m .ther-in-law. Mrs.
U alt, Sunday.
The Library club met with Mrs. Pd.
Myers Thursday. Dr. d.d. Hamilton
gave an interesting talk. The club
me ts with the Dr. next Thursday: ney" unprepared. The coffin in which , cpoke to Police Surgeon Andrews about ; meQ an.j Y-o:il( n to daa.l with tke Chi
uight. this queer old character had so often ; it one day, and told him I thought thcro , vhosV e.a?sioiiR lie in a dormant
Tne creamery men having accom-
plished their work at this place lett
Miss Mary Prown died at her home
Monday night her remains were taken
to South Pend for burial Wednesday.
Miss Mary Shafer was visiting in Ply
mouth from Sunday to Wednesday.
Mr. Hou.-er, of near North Liberty,
was visiting bis ok! chums at this place
Misses Nellie (reg and Georgia Line
back and Mr. Hostetler were at North
Liberty Tuesday and Wednesday, tho
guests of Dr. Moore.
Master Wilcox, of Plymouth, was tl.e
guest of MissJreg New Year's. Miss
Nellie gave a party in his honor.
The dance given here Tuesday was a
swell atfair. The-people who opposed
the limn' at first now admit t hey had
ii ) reason to do so. If some of the
young men who tie their horses outside
would put them in the livery stable,
which is always open, no complaints
could be made.
Mrs. Pyron Shiik, of South Pend,
while visiting her mother, Mrs. Line
back, was taken with a severe attack oi
grippe, but at this writing is reported
Miss Nettie Waltz is still confined to
her bed, but slightly improved.
Some of the young men in this vicin
ity are thinking of forming a club for
mutual protection agamst the attacks
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CANT TOOL HANNAH.
In- tn. v Hit r.u.lnm nixl WimiI I Not
!: f ti-;il 1.
T.e other day a little old woman ar
rivd at tlio Dotrolt, (.rand Haven &
Milvinil.ee depot from tlio interior of
tin state, ami as bpggagn ehe had an
old trunk hound around with ;i gen
irrM quantity of old clothesline, pays
thrlvtrolt Prec Press. She warded to
j'o o (lie house of her daughter, in the
rnthern part cf the city, and, walk
in; up to on of the hatkiiion at the
dor, she fahl:
'Dan't undertake to come any of
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.'1 f..llMM"'l 111' , I'l luliiVi-vi.
Jbinrr Stnitli to save your life."
I wouldn't cheat you. ma'am," re
r 1 . 1 thf hackm.'in.
And vou'd better not try. I'm the
n-.i:,nn !,rntc - tin ne.l.l'er's arm
f-.Mrvln' to cheat, me out of t wo pounda
e pap'T rags. How much to take me j
v) to my darter's mi I'orest avenue av- I
auo-me and my trunk?"
! "A dollar and a half, ma'am.
" a.ll ir niit n linlf" k1w renented. !
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v. her arms went up. "I'll never give ;
L I'd fro veu hlled ond baked afore ;
'.! give von even a dollar. I told you :
n tl-e l.ocinnlnfr you couldn't beat Han- !
ir Smith." !
i'nni. and it's a Ion- j
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"llg'lar jricrt. m
rive up there."
"'ak'-s no di Terence!" she snapped,
:s . he s t per jaw. "I've h-(n tlilnhin
tie matter ever fur the lat two hours !
;r ! I don't ply a red cent over 30 (
oiMs V.'hv. we'd voh.e u; ivir oxen !
nid driva ten miles Tor $l.."'V ;
"I'm o'i!y ns-kiny r 'lar rate. ma'am ;
r-n't fnr nnvbo.tv to ta!;e von i:n
" ' 1 1 l,L,u -- -'- .v ,u o.u ui
t ere for la?."
"Then Pit walk."
Vrr.'m, hut yon have .1 trunk.
Ti.m. iMr,.r c;mMi viU r-trrv her
trcnk cn h:r -hon! kr. Fifty cents or
'CovMaT co it. ma'ani."
"All naht. "ir--.?ll i'vrht. Po car-
re 1 a hi: d el of corn on my bard: ftvo
nil' ?. r."d that trur.k doa't weigh lirtlf
p. niü'-h. JT-.nr i;rith knows her
Lide".-:-, rnd do'i't. you forget it."
"It- (tor irit in.
"if. v cnt?. or no rid.
1 to tho
nom and cb'.nnrd hvr trunk', and was
r',ni-H) V ; ii
ffdeer proles-.ed and .aid he woul 1 hne
, n, cnl3 r.r.il cnnK
t - lL-u's e'
"Well, that mry do." she rephed. as
.he rubbed her hand.' on r
rhout to s'mulder it, when the fpocial
M:oi WIi Slept 1 wi'iily i':ir in
.IUl :oiU Tlir-P lie I in II.
It Is almost never that a man dies
Pi a co.Tm, but the TIin?dale Lender says
that Is exactly what old Earney Frick-
crs cf Alliance, O., did when he finally
Kavo up the ghost in the fall of ISa'k
1'or more than twenty years "old liar-
r.ey" had b'-en haunted with the idea
that he was on the verge of the grave.
Pvrry evening he declared that he
would never a pa. in see tne turn ri?e.
i lie constantly brooded over his queer
i halluelnatic:i. nnd never allowed him -
. eni? tr. n if. c'.-.rri otinnf i.oin' r.irp-
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fully prepared for death nnd burial. g0nv;- oi his pnssenr,'-'::. 'Tdany ; . onio
Pvery nipht he rolled himself in his get into the r'evator," he rca.a: kr-d iho
grave clothes and solemnly laid down in eU'T nay. "am! saam to ima-rino I
his coflin and passed the night firmly .fhenii know jmu .;.ere the. w.p;t to
believing and probably hoping that for ! gCt (,rr They never epeu their bps un
him the da .voubl never dawn again. , i i them bryeiul their b stina-
1 1 1 . 1 . . A. .t..i -.1i .a . im T A.
l ina.iy ueain came, um, grim aim mj
r.s ho was, he did not find "old Par-
, awauxeneu (iisaijpainiea usui hisuhu
make, and was said to have been a
curiosity in itse lf, being literally cov-
ered with all kinds patterns and sizes
j of allegorical paintings
"War Vey'" iv ll til.T.
Tho War Cry is the leading organ of
the Salvation Army in the United
States. It is an energetic and bright
weekly and a fearless enemy of Satan
and Iiis allies spiritual or material.
Printers' ink is to he thruwn, Luther
l,ulUB 4,5 lu T V 1
io, more vigorously than ever before
ds coming winter, and to that end
.aff Captain John Milseps has oen
transferred from the cditorsl.ip of the
Pacific Coast War Cry to tl:e New York
headquarters, where he will have c:l-
Itorial charge over the Lastern papu
The captain was a great fighter and or-
ganizcr in the West, and sixty ;irnl-v
corps are due to his efforts.
lilts F.r:i1ii'r it r.cniin:- ISiiUiÜih;.
A f. t range sitht wa.; s-een in London
at the great lire in the grain ware
houses near Plackfriars bridg-'. As the
buibbnas, which v.vie o.i tl.e water's
edge, were burning a black n a.;s was
seen in tho river floating fio'u the
Surrey to the Middlesex side. It was
composed of thousands of rats cut from
escape on the iand side. M?.ny thou
sands of them succeeded In crossing
tho river, but were then unable to let
up the smooth side of the Tliaracä em
bankment and were carried down
stream and drowned.
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(MlM.nM. I,, tl.e ll.-ry -, ,r,
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('rnaps i u!n;i.-t ii . re n cima o in
thinkable sl.o. la k wide uri-iiinK
chariot of fire they will h" wi.irle.l la
the twinkling of an ew from the In
tolerable heat of the ua bar!; Into
Epice hundroil. and hundreds of mil
lions of mlh-s from the pi'-it torch-,
bearer of our system. Tints instantly
the wretched tenants will he lv u two
unbearable extremes, ore r cold, the
other of heat. This a to continue
through the eadb-ss iis.s of eiernity."
W'Jmri tc Ilm in I fi 1 i ! wtin ni'llil nr. -rich
that doi-tilne to-dav and hold 1.1s pal-i
IftvUli lirUll.in iit Siiivriii.'
A remarkable Jewish movement Is j
reported from Sm ina. A Ilursinn Jew ;
1",n. ' '""V""" V
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j!1 1o ,,u' '. ? h
th.fimehes Into a Jewish Clirisli.in t-o-
clety. Already about L'un p.ave joined
the mo ei;ieut, and il has heroine t;uf
iielently important, to attract ta itself
vigorous perse cut io::.
SHE WAS SLIGHTLY MlXItD.
1r ,0',,4' riinninfr vuitor an
"i reniem.-K-r once m mycxp-iiT.rf..
remarked a literary young woman, to
a "We-shirsfon F.rar man, "of ta'.ing sev-
.,.,, .i. o
nyn 1'iil! .ill -r-i 1 twi 1 1 1 r 1 flüvrr
, T . , ,
Wen.h ll Holmes when I was in s-hool
in Po-t.on. I had known the llolmw,
since childhor-d and went th' repn tty
ranch as I p'.eas"d. and oi't'-n took!
friends cf mi:.e with me to see 'i' sroed
doctor. On V.us oc.-asion tn-e of C,i;
ladies vas a c:i:r mnrrhV. rian.
... . ...... .
w!io li.nd never r-n 1 r.ny of lr. Ilölm'-.;' i
hooka .and ?ae b-i -ted thnt I coach Lr r i
a hit. po that she would not. i'-a,-
I her covcrM 'le?, nr.d
nnsuei.'s. i on
dwU si...-i.illy t.p..a the Au! ra.t or
r : '.'
tho Pr. a' fa -t Table.' b"- .tu? e :
my fava it'"'. :;; e v,r; an i'
l'-er?n a;:d .-as n rapid b arnar
when we started oat. I f. It p"'."v-
that s';e w or, id do ia.- cr. .llf V-'e!!.
rv-n tiling v,epj :,v Ivmlnvd .' .!' 'T.
nnd sdie wist ly l. tt ;-ib nt o.i the kc-lc
qi'estlon, except to second th" -):. pli
ments of tkf:se of us who v. eve c z
ant. with the do.-tor's books -tl; at i-,
swhaniing'y until jm-'t wc v.a :- leav
ing. TIi :i sh.e t-'mie 1 to think she
ought to savsoau tame, nnd She did. I
. - Utoyr Jt h'n(i 1 p.d
(Mas nMO,J" - '' 11 " ' " -
iprown a little earePss and h?.d thought
c1 . . r,0;;io- lVV hn-.s, If.
j"-...'; tloft(.T in n mile
! lmrst ;;'f ,,,1,,,;;.;, i v,ant to 11 you
but icy iilarm was uoedleas; he -l:anly
smiled into her face, rnd in his kindli
est manner thmked her ami raid that
msny people thought the 'Autograph'
was the best thing he had ever .lor.e.
Think of C-at," con t in u ad tho young
woman, "he even mid T-utograph,' na
' fw had paid it and she never k .ew tho
difren uce until we g;t
' Uicn if she didn't knov t!ie iIiiTerr.ee
, i don't think I ever showed anybody
there was any dinVrenee in anything."
. A u-r, foP tNe i;:.Vat.r i:.y.
Qr0 0f t;l3 (ar .vaor :v(n i:i the city
hnll, whj:e ccnieat v.ith rd! s r;s and
con,iu ;on.s of men lii dev 1 in him
a fondness for sind;, P ckara.rer, has
: rior: v-nminrod inst v V.ai v.r'-il t-. a t-
. v.:..i. , .,e-..?-
tioi, 'ne tiioy sa'-m to tniiiK i r.aa ;u
. fault for not biiap a mind reader. I
oupnt to do pome wcni conuu io ue-
'scribe these people. He ndxised me to
I call them ephonian?. and explained to
: me ihat aphonia was really a temporary
loss cf speech. fo now I'm always on
the watch far aphonians.'
pa la Record.
Tlio Do- Vinmt Arr:ii.I.
A bit of blonde sweetness ea.nie into
a restaurant 'vhieh is frecjiumted by
literary ptople last evening, v.lih her
parents. A lari ;in, somewhat mvape
i bull pup stood rir.ht in her v. ay .as ,he
; aUon tol to Tilo li:,,Vf h-,v.ever,
j v (,j xvi,p..r .1-.isc,tlt
j Uj.",y dog. said, as'Tlie patted
him hQ ll'0:tl - wiiy doc-ie isn't
! afraj.j'cf nj0 tl i'f, kiss'me, doie,"
j (Jie luto';m'0
i-mds with pke and cried: Oh,
j " r,".., r,-ra5d- i,,-. biased me "
j T10 0i)i,i wcut to anetlu r tabba to say
good evening to a friend and as she j passing iaion :.i s.a.o.e i.w.e u i.y,
shoot hands and sahl, "I'm onlle well j breath and then ftoap low; but. if e.ar-nov-'.'
e added ."Did you see tint dog ! "Otiic ;udd r.-s is su.-'p-cted, walk erect,
kiss :ee He i.-j not a bit afraid of n.e j Suck pahoned wour.d?, unless your
but he is of the cat:- Sie jua d her mouth is sore: erlarfe the wo a ml, or.
parents and while eating her soup she better fti.l, cut out tke pait without
talked to her.?olf and wondered why , delay; hold the wmnd -d put as long
that big dog ::: . ed her and was: afraid
of a little cat. New York Herald.
Families in the Country
Should always keep Brazilian Palm on
luind. It is the doctor in the hou-e,
nlv:is ready and reliable. For colds,
coughs, croup, catarrh, nsilima, pleurisy,
rheumatism, constipation, female troubles
and all kinds ot fevers it nets like magia
and saves many a doctor' bill and xu any
a lou eickness.
lorsalel.y Sl!.Mi:b& IiKVN LIS.
VITM I M (:. i (il Mi.
i 'l I ii il! ,i iitiii.ii II. l;i tu M it. i
i . I i I ' I . i 1 1 i I
Ii i. Iii,.
o: i !, I.. i ii a a
1 . 1 1 1 ,' n i . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 in t ! I i S
a : . al d.i 1 T the coin-
T .t i,i 'in;
'.' I r.it u.i I . u
I. !v!i'.'. I ho. 'd
i ! i r I'.M-U in th.' Miii r i 'a t tlie
oaii'iilal 1 1 1 1 1 to ';.iii'er lor t!.eiio:,ce
:ir. hi.i! !, i.tuii! 1 : i i . . . t!n-v h id
j( ( , ,
walk liito the stacks of tuikeV and
p..-ti and yood thii.g-. ei-iH ra!!. in the
slvle which med to in. ii is tl.cit i linger
lie home ol .loi.n Jaeoby held a
l.ti','.e and -et husiur t ic p.irtj of icla
tlMs ul the boon hour cdlier-day.
'1 he coiupaii) w hich sat dow It to dill
in r rutubend IT people, and a light
1 1 t -1 1 n.e.il it was. A tiiopg I hose pres
ent tioin out of town weie Dei .lacoby
'"',l v'llr ln J" 'i'-"'-
The indiaiia I'ont ei.t o tl .Jacox
l .i in 1 1 . . r s. 1 1 1 in 1 1 ot n
us was within
',,'",h. tuet (stiiday at tla- heme of
U.i .1 o in this ct!. A boonteouri
"'"I!n u;,v,!W''1 A
,,,. ,.;, ,,v .ao!:e I It I.I . I IiO
! ,. n.!,-, i,.e!nd u frank und C.lai
i:,d w i s an i Peit Spatigle.
1 i, ii. ! 'i
Mt'Wbs a: i! . He held
i oi'-!i,.i : : ; 1 : . i i r
in w und chgant ie'deM t-, al which
'vere as gin sfs, the leoU.er ol the host,
; nis broi hi r, i'n-tmas'u r (.' - rue eens
! .i;:dwil'e. all of Aigos; and Mr. and
! Mrs .1. s. M.ntm ami W i'i C. Martin,
: . n ,i, s. .M.iinii aim it ii i . . . i a 1 1 ii ! ,
, i(v f;itllt.,.t ,,M,ihrr a!,d brother
; . ,. . It . . , .,
t", host.-.. It was .1 'thapp
and ne ;g diu ecu-. oil to an parties
MISSIONAHIES IN CHINA.
r,rav MN,,I(H ., i,y illf,.,.,i..;,.-.-,t
' M s.i v.n.n.
...... , 4. ..
IMitliinr i!m-o r-vnarl-rnhle Il;:in th
sxtraordir.ary Mid her-dlcFS zy. of tho
modern m;s:o:i.;:y ia China, .-nys tlie
1Lo Pldl'idclpliia Tino.?. Rcrrardh-s of
all :; ij'v." rs, tl '- joun. n?i)ir:'.ats for
mi.-;ie:!ary w ork. Iieod.less cf l. r:;;er
mishap-, make r.- wz -nd lio-.s
voya lato tlic InJ-tor far fiie-i any
2j( !;. I h:io see:- eg married j.e:
plo, v. iih a cliil l -. . to tie' 1 :-i.t
of its. motkrr, st-.rt oat fror.; S'aani'
li:d f..r tho noith, not knowinj one
word cf tk- Chinee lani;a::'. '1'):
r r , , 1 1
llv coal 1 r.fs further r". 01
t iajportanco of knowing
In-e langi:a,'t;j hoo're a. ; -:
to pi-ea !!, raid of i.e- pa-
tlmce fqaired ia motoring Ca s are-.
too ia,: !i eannet possiblv h, id. In
.. ,- , ,
the "mamhinr:, wlnca is tue dialea
used ly all the ofhala:.-; ia the eighteen
; provinc s-. there are to everr sound four
distinct taaes. If the young mis.- unary.
will eoavey to his hearers an absolute
ly different nirar.iag from that intend
ed. The four tones in ike "mandarin"
are; I'irsr. nn a. tending ten", ::ivir.3
a high explosive fin .i. as when in an
per: seeond. a ririrsr irfection, n.s when
making an iny::ry; third, a curving,
nnd fourth, a hnve-ia.g inf!cetian. Th'-
P.iiguag", eontaiair g tens of tl:eu-.ia Is
of words ra.d chai . '' -rs. has oi.ly two
or three hundred v :ad?. whi'.di ueaes-sitates-
the preat tare difficulty. Lu
ropran (hildren. hern in China, hear
and repio Pica th tones naturally and
unerringly. lut the tongues nnd ears
of the mis-uanary uiust he trained by
careful ana p s . .r riep att-ant ion. Fur
ious tronide- have a.t times bvn traced
to blur.'h rs :;:a.'l" by slip.; of the ; ;;;:"
and iK.'Jf.t in uiug the proa r ten
Ignorance i: this matter may lead to
f peak in t . 'y-.i o old cio:
or perhaps an uain!' rUiar.al can h :n::a
tion of th.e ra. ied rites oponiuh-d by
Confucius. Old a:d experienced mis
sionaries f----?ert that it is a preat iuis-
ta.e am, vc,y 0r1(,n til0 cau?e 0f grave
,n -Ii-.- inexnei ienee.l
cttn :, .,,0n?n,? u-bn ti e cM.'ht-
es(. provooati3n th.ey break f.a.i. with
; thc furv of i.nsts.
Wleit t l ill of .f"i. I til
The following short redes f-r aetton.
in cases of ,'wvide:it. v.
: be f v
ful to rome'a-ber. Poi d:t hi tue yes
avoid ruh. mg - dash water in them; re
move ein. !!':., t', with the round
point of a le d penail. pei;:ae wax
from the ear with tq. I watrr; never
I'1 :i u.
' any anery i c-ut compress above tin
! wenn 1: if a ia is cat, compre- -: be-
i I- lf -' 011 all fours and
nut a hard iT,st ru:.:cnt in the tar. If
' cough, l'er slitdit burns d.p the p?.rts
; cold v at. r- if th- si in is d siroyed.
I cover with a pase of whitenin- nnd
water. Smother a fuo with erects.
I etc.; w.ie.' will of tea sprcr.d butiiiag
! oil m'd ia l ease th. dar.r:-r. r.eforc
" . .1......... ....... .. t . - - 1.
as can La bcir.e to ;i c.-.-L coal, cr end of
a lighted; ciaar. In case of poisoning
excite oaa.it ing I'y tickling the threat,
or by warm water and mustard. For
acid ptisans give alkalies, for alkaline
poisons pive acid. ; wklto of c?:g Is
good in most cases; la enre of opium
poironing Rive stiong cofle and keep
moving. If in water float on the back
with nose and mouth projecting. For
apoplexy, raise the head and body; for
fainting, lay the person flat. '