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DY KARV IpfcVEREVX
rTTK ILLUSTPADON3 Or OOM C. WILSON
Lafltte, after t!ie departure of Gen.
La Roche, permitted himself the sol
ace of tarrying n hour or no longer,
although he exchanged scarcely half
a drum word with Mademoiselle de
Cazenean. aa they, with Latalle and
Harold Ftewart, Mt on the broad ver
anda. He was unaccountably anxious snd
depressed; there semed to be aome
thlog In the air about hint that sot
his nerves aqulver, and filled htm with
It was after three o'clock when,
with a reluctance of which his manner
gave no hint, Lafltte rose and signi
fied that he must be going.
-Will you not come again soon."
asked Lazalle, a new wistfulness
showing In her face and voice, as he
extended his hand to her.
Lafltte's only reply was a smile;
and turning- to say adieu to Mademoi
selle de Cazeceau. he saw that she
had left the veranda, and was stand
ing on the lawn, some little distance
from the bouse.
She was looking off toward the
woods, and said, aa Lafltte paused be
side her. "There is the man from
whom grandpere rented Kanauhana,
sitting under a tree with his gun."
"He expects to see me before I go,
and is waiting for the opportunity,
Lafltte explained, his voice softening
as it a! wars did when addressing her.
The violet eyes and the dark ones
looked into each other; then a shape
ly brown hand possessed Itself gent
ly of a small white one.
"Oh. Captain Jean, I am so sorry
so very sorry! Will you not say that
you forgive me?"
She spoke impulslTely, in a half
whisper, and the other small hand
was now laid over the hack of the
Her look and words, the faint pres
sure of her fingers, sent a wild Joy
thiough his veins.
"God In heaven bless you for those
"Adieu, and Cod's
words. Only there can never be any
forgiveness between us, save as you
may give me Heaven, by forgiving
me. Try and trust me, child. Try
and believe that I am not the monster
you have thought me. Do this, and
you can save me from what has been
an earthly hell."
She looked startled, but the glad
light showing in her eye was assur
ance trat she was not offended by his
"Adieu, now," be whispered, bend
ing so clone that his breath stirred
the bright hair rlppllag over her fore
head. "Adieu, and Ood'e angvln kMp
you. I hope to see you soon again."
Ha was gone, but her hands still
tingled from bis close touch and his
tow, tense voice still thrilled .her ear.
With a Joyoimly beating heart that
made ber Inclined to n u as welt
s sing, the girl aacendud with flwt
Steps to the veranda and lied to ber
room, locked the door and threw ber-ax-lf
upon the bed.
She was landing, but with tears
crowding to her throat, and trylt to
got into her eyes, where, for appear
ance's sake, she did not rare to have
She did not ask herself why it was,
wbst it meant, or what it might mean,
to her life. Sbe knew only a half
delirious joy, such as never before
bad come to her.
Ah, how (as aha now admitted to
herself) she had missed htm out of
her life her brave, handsome Cap
tain Jean! How she had mlased his
chivalrous, protecting friendship the
latent strength and decision showing
in all be did and aaid! How she bad
missed the gentleness and reverence
with which he always addressed her
the kindly deed he waa always
striving to do for ber.
e e . e
The sun was nearly two hours high
on the following day when the boat
bearing Lafltte back to Orande Terre
stole out from the wooded mouth of
Looking toward the Island. Lafltte
noticed an unusual volume of smoke
lingering above the tree tops, and
wondered why the wen had so much
lire at this hour of the day. Then,
turoluf bit eye to the east, be aw a
: VI ' V fs A U ' N kit T-i ' 1 sisirl Y ' Ul
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fleet of vessels apparently going down
the gulf. While the boat sailed down
the Inland's shore the smoke against
the southwest sky showed more dense,
and DaptitUlne. pointing to it, faid.
"That smoke looks to be not Innocent
camp-fire nor chimney smoke, my cap
Lafltte was about to reply, when
the boat came abreast of an opening
In the treea, through which some of
the buildings were seen to be ou fire,
A chorus of exclamations and exe
crations broke from Baptistine and
the crew, and one of the latter cried
out. "This Is the work of ihoee cursed
Lafltte raised his hand to command
"Yonder vessels did it, rather than
the English." he ssid. In a voice husky
with rage, as he pointed to the dis
"And they are flying the United
States flag!" shouted another of the
crew, who had taken the spyglass
Ivtng near him and was looking
"Shall we venture to land, my cap
tain?" ventured Baptistine.
"Draw closer," aaid Lafltte. turning
to the crew, who were staring with
fury-filled eyes at the seemingly de
serted island. "Draw closer, and
will signal. But be la readiness to
turn about, in case I wish to head
for Shell Island."
He waited until the boat was nearer
the shore, and then, arching a hand
over his lips, sent a water-bird's shrill
call ringing out twice over the water.
Not ten second passed when a simi
lar call came from the island, follow
ed by the appearance of a figure upon
the edge of the timber.
It was Nato. who waved his arms
wildly and came scrambling down to
In a most disjointed fashion and
accompanied by hysterical sobbing,
Nato told all that he knew of a story
which, for bad faith and harsh pro-
angels keep you."
cedure. hat few equals In hlstorv.
Early that morning soldiers from
several vessels had descended upon
Grande Terre. There had been des
perate fighting, and all the Haratarl
ana who were not now lying dead on j
the bluff above had been carried off
Nato, Juniper and Sclplo had fled
from the atockade to the thicker
woods and more Impenetrable part of
the island; but they became separated
and the boy had aeen nothing more
of his companions.
"Dey wao dose nrltlshers. Marse
Cap'n," he declared between bis sobs,
and digging his tints lrto his eyes.
"What was the color of their
coats?" Lafltte asked of the boy.
"Dey wore blue coats, Marse
"As I thought," said Lafltte calmly,
turning to hla men. "No British ene
my baa dealt u this blow; It was the
governor of juUlena."
He then started up the bluff, the
othea following, with Nato bringing
up the rear.
Inld ihe stiM-ksde were many
signs of a fearful band to-hand flghL
1 he bout or the Laflites waa unharm
ed, although there were indications of
Its having been set on fire; but the
flames aiptrarvd to have died out of
There was nothing more to be done
at Baratarta. All the men. save Bap
tistine and bis crew, appeared to have
boon killed or captured; the buildings
were burned or despoiled; the vessels
taken. Lsrfltte, therefore, putting
aside aa beat he could all emotion
and anxiety, gathered what was left
of his portable property, and, with
Baptistine and his crew, together
with Nato, Juniper, Sclplo (the latter
two having, late in the day. come
from their biding place la the woods),
took his way to Shell Uland.
The older negroes could tell him
little more than Nato had already re
lated. Neither could they give hlia
any information bearing upon I'lerre's
fate. There was left only the hope
that be bad encsped to Shell Uland
where be might be found, alive at
least, if not unhurt.
But in ttils I. flue waa disappointed.
Domlnlque-You and some of his men
" . r i t - ar.iawa- w. m .aaar w a j i w i ' t Jjf. m r . m
had eitcni'i'il ; but tl.e former had seen
1'ierre, wiio Mi'ntt'd to be wuuuuVtl,
ferried lo a bout, aud taken out to the
li was not until soma time after this
that lafltte gathered a roiluble ac
count of the aflmr, and knew the ra
nin for tills uiunlerutis diini-eiii upon
Uarataila. The (acta were these;
llelucho bad bf a received ami
cably by Uoveruor Claiborne, who.
aiter reading Ijttllle'a letter, setting
forth In detail the recent ofler from
tl.e Euir.llHh, llsteued to all the Bars
tarlan meaaeugcr had to aay, and in
formed hi in tli at he murl, before de
ciding upon a reply, consult with cer
tain other oflU-luU. He theu, however,
while treating lleluche aud Lupei
wiih perfect courtesy, held ihtiu as
The conference, in pursusnce of In
vitations similar to that received by
Gen. La ilocbe, waa held promptly;
and a large majority of its members
having refused to believe the truth ol
Laflite s statements, Governor Clai
borne, although himself in favor ol
accepting the Barat&rian proposition.
allowed the others to over-rule him.
The decision was, however, kept
from the knowledge of Lafltte's mes
sengers, as was also the fact that a
large armed force was quickly organls
ed to descend upon Grande Terre.
More bitter than ever before were
Lafltte's thoughts that night and the
following day. All seemed hopeless
so fcopeiess that, as he reviewed the
situation, he became stunned beyond
all ability to feel the rage which at
another time would have been likely
to control him.
But, true to his nature, he did not
permit himself to be overwhelmed
by the great disaster and sorrow that
had come upon him. A trusty messen
ger had been dispatched at once to a
point not far from New Orleans
where were those to be relied upon
for the lateat news from the city; and
upon the third day after the attack
upon Grande Terre, the messenger
returned with information that de
termlned Lafltte to proceed there at
rierre waa at New Orleans, in gaol
wounded; some said mortally, otnert
declared be was dying.
Wrapped In a long, dark cloak,
with the broad brim of bis hat mak
lng a deeper shadow over his face
Lafltte, as he atepped aboard the craft
that was to convey him from Shell
Island, looked a commanding figure ol
The men were reluctant to aee their
leader going into New Orleans, but
none of them dared express this feel
ing In words, except as they talked
"If any barm comes to him we'd
better Join the English, and help burn
New Orleans." said one. as they
watched Lafltte's boat pulled up the
"Caramba!" growled a Spaniard
"It Is to the cutting of the Ulustrtout
Senor Governor's throat I would pre
fer to give my attention.
"So would I," declared a Tankee
lounging next to the last speaker. "It
is the governor's fault that Grand
Terre was attacked. Captain Lafitu
"Aye, we all know that." affirmed
several voices, and Nato, unable to en
dure the hint of harm coming to hi;
manter, roue from his place on th
edpe of the group and stole away tc
Join Sclplo and Juniper, who wert
sitting by themselves before the (loot
of lafltte's cabin.
But here he found the same topic
under discussion, for Sclplo was say
ing to the younger nesro. as if In re
ply to an assertion the latter haC
made, "Zey ail so dam! Zey An!als
an' xey 'Merlcan. bose so dam! Yo
Juniper, ef xat le capltalne he com
back nevvalr. den yo bettair run-
vamose avay, lek de diable. Zey gli
yo' to choke wlx rope roun' yo' neck
ef rat yo lose dey protection of If
(To be continued.)
Representative Kehoe of Kentuck
tella of a considerate Judge In bit
state who passed a sentence on a mar
convicted of murder. The Judge aald
"Mr. Dodaon. the Jury aaya you ar
guilty of murder, and the law aayi
you are to be hanged. It Is mywlsr
that you and all your friends on th
river to know that It is not wh(
condemns you; it Is the Jury and th
law, Mr. Dodaon. At what time, sir
would you like to be hanged V ,
The prisoner made answer that I
was a matter of Indifference to him
and that he was prepared to bo swui f
oft at any time. The Judge continued
"Mr. Dodaon. It Is a aerlous mattet
to be hanged. It can't hapten to I
man but once In life, unlc the rox
should break before the neck in broke
and you had better take all the ttnu
you can. But since it makes no dlf
ference to you. you may bang foui
weeks from to-day at I! noon, bu
you may have a good dinner first."
Engineers Find Bearings In Fog.
"When I was a guard." said Mr
Richard Bell. M. P.. yesterday, "1
could alt In my van with my eyes shut
and tell where the train waa at an)
tr.omenL Working one aectlon contln
uously one gets to learn the rythmic
aong of the road and bow it varies at
each signal box, station, curve, gra
dlent, tunnel and bridge.
'The sixth sense, whlcn Is more
thsn mere hearing. Is of the utmost
value to a driver during fog. Denied
the use of his eyes, he still does not
'lose his way' when he Is on a famlllai
"A driver cannot learn a new road
when be is stoking, which should oc
rupy all his time. He should alwayi
be allowed to travel as third man os
the footplate, unfettered by work, and
in two or three days. y keeping bli
eyes and ears open, he would It-art
tie road." Hindoo Dally Mall.
M ere are three entirely different!
M.ul of In ri(t ;)!( lined In making
the throe different varieties of baking
powders on the market, vlx: (1) Min
eral Acid or A'um, (S) Bone Arid or
I'lioKnliate, and (S) Cream of Tartar
aiailw from grapes. It Is Important,
fro tn the standpoint of health, to
know something about these lngredl
'tits, and which kind Is used in your
O) Mineral Arid, or Alum, Is made
frn:n a kind ef cluy. This Is mixed
nh diluted oil of vitriol and from
(Ms solution a product Is obtaiued
alilch I I urn. Alum fs cheap; coin
xboiit two cents a pound, snd baking
drr made with this Mineral Acid
ieiU 'mm 10 to ?uc. a pound.
C) IVine-Acld. or Thosphate, Is the
bssis of phosphate baking powders
snd the process Is fully described In
Hi patents Issued to a large manufac
turer of a phoaphate powder. The U.
S Tatent Office Report gives a full
and exact description, but the follow
ing extract is enough:
"Burned bores, after being ground,
are put into freshly diluted oil of vit
riol and with continual stirring and
in the following proportion," etc.
From thla Bone-Acid phosphate bait
ing powders are made; such powders
sell from 20 to 30 cents a pound.
(3) Cream of Tartar exists in all
ripe grapes, and flows with the Juice
from the press in the manufacture of
wire. After the wine Is drawn off the
tartar Is scraped from the cask, boil
ed with water, and crystals of Cream
of Tartar, white and very pure, sepa
rate and are collected.- It differs lo
uo respect fnra the form In which It
originally existed In the grape. Cream
of Tartar, then, while the most expen
sive. Is the only legredient that
should be usod in a baking powder to
act upon the soda, as Its wholesome
reus - is beyond question. Cream of
Tartar baking powders sell at about
40 to SO cents a pound.
Such are the facts, and every one,
careful of the health of the family,
should remember this rule: Bsklng
powders selling from 10 to 25 cents a
pound are made of Mineral-Acids;
those selling from SO to 30 cents of
tione-Acid: and those from 40 to 50
tents of Cream of Tartar made from
Nohting but the Truth.
"I thought," said the friend of the
family, "you said thla election waa
going to be a walkover."
"And It was." replied the ex-candl
:late, as be lei out a soulful sigh, "The
Hher fellow walked all over me."
History Down te Date.
Anne Boleyn heard her sentence un
"I should have known better." she
aid. referring to her royal spouse; "I
thought I was marrying a king, but
Dow 1 find bo is only a bead waiter.
With this parting shot she swept.
scornfully, to the block.
A Queer Young Man.
Banks. Young Smith is an extra
Hanks. Why do you think so?
"He has curly hair, yet he doesn't
wear bis hat on the back of his head."
Prizes For th Helpless.
"Edith, this last china plate you
painted is awful awful."
"Now, never mind about that, Ed
gar. I'll give a whlat party one of
Gentleman Here, here! Stop hit-
tlnit him with that bae ball bat.
The Urchin Aw ! dls Is aa old bat.
The Lad And Mabel is married!
Who is the happy man?
The Lass I should think the one
Clean House To-day.
Dont wait till to-morrow, but clean
bouse to-day, with Dr. Caldwell's (lax
atlve) Syrup fepsln. Of course we
mean your house of flesh and bone
your body. This Is the beat bouse you
own, and should get the most rare.
Yet moat people neglect It in a
drtadfu! manner. As a result, atom
ach. liver and bowela soon get out of
order, and cause great pain, distress
and dangerous Internal d!eaa. Th
only safe, sure cure is Dr. Caldwell's
Hyrup I'epsin. It clesrs out all causes
of sickness, cures ronstlpatton and In
digestion, cleans house, and makes
you well. Try It. Sold by all drug
gists at SOc and tl uu. Money baik
If It falls.
After a man gets a reputation for
tH-liig lazy his conscience dovan't
IroubU hi m much when his first wife
is doing wauhlng for the neighbors,
Writ to 8. U. Warner. O. P. and T.
A., Kansas City Southarn Rr, Kansas
City. Mo., for Information concerning
Free Government Homestead. New
Colony Locations, Improved farms.
Mineral lands. Rice lands, and Timber
lands and for copy of "Current Events
Business Opportunities, Rica book. K.
C. 8. fruit Book. Cheap round trip
homeseekers tickets on sale first and
third Tuesdays of each month. The
abort fine to the "Land of Fulfillment.'
Gladys You laxy boy! Make bast
snd wash your face and brush your
hair before the visitors com.
Willie. Oh, yes, and suppose they
"So the lawyer got moat all the es
tate . IMd Ethel get anything?"
"Oh, yes. 8b cot on of lb law
When Cupid vlalta a summer resort
ver Sunday be ivemi to exchange bis
bow and arrow for a tuachlu gua
'snd get busy.
General Maximo Gomel Is critically
111 at Santiago from pneumonl.t and tu
mor. New rescript by fxar granted prop
erty and educational freedom lo 1'ole
and other subjccls.
T. M. llllcinnn, merchant at I'llln,
near Cairo ,111., shot and Kilted a negro
who had brokeu Into his storo.
General Miles has propoed thst the
Maucliuetts militia wear rocked
bats and kulrkei bocUcra after the old
oouilnental army style.
George Schneider, who was presi
dent of tho National Bnnk of Illinois
when that Institution failed, la danger
ously ill at Kansas City.
Building boom In New York city
which has followed the end of the la
bor war and which entails expendi
tures aggregating $J50,0o0,0l0.
A dispatch to a news agency from
SL Petersburg says that Ivan Kaleleff,
who assassinated Grand Duke Sergiu
Feb. 17 at Moscow, was executed.
Edward C. O'Brien, managing editor
of the Gopher of 1904. was expelled
from th University of Minnesota on
charge of misappropriating money.
Japan Is disturbed over reported
landing of German troops at Haichon;
Berlin officials declared reports arose
from movements of surveying psrty.
French admiral learns Admiral Ho-
Jestvensky defies ad international
al responsibility for using French
Excavators have unearthed 400
graves and 100 cave dwellings of the
brome age near Breslau, Prussia.
Part of them are of the early bronxe
period, 1,200 or 1,500 yeara B. C,
Baptists, meeting in St. Ixnils in the
first Joint convention of sixty years.
re told by Governor Folk that Ml
ouri I the ideal "American" state,
and leads in the enforcement of law,
Chicago pastors In their sermons
divide the blame In the teamsters
strike between the employer and the
union leaders, praising the President
for his stand in supporting the law
R. M. Case has been appointed
chief clerk of the Western Passenger
association and placed In charge of
all departments. The appointment
as made on the advice of an expert
Captain Mills of the American ship
Rapldo baa been fined $5,000 for enter
ing Clenfuegos without cletreuce
paper from an American port, says
a cablegrom from Havana.
Aunt Patty" Allen, born as a slave
100 yeara ago In Virginia, waa given
a dinner by Mrs. John U. Dhler,
rife of a banker at Columbua. Ohio.
Aunt Patty" officiated at the birth
of Mr. Doshler. .
Jamea H. llydo said he wrote )ot-
masirr General Cortelyou asking hl:n
If he would aocrpt the presidency of
the Equitable In rase of his election,
This Is said to be the origin of the
report that Cortelyou was lo succeed
John B. Young, aged 82. who was the
giMiit of honor at a banquet of tl.e
homeopathic physicians at Iowa City
Iowa. Is the only known man lu the
United States who wus a pitent of
Sauiui-l Hahnemann, t!:e father of
The United States Express company
has secured the business on the Pore
Marquette railroad, and has driven the
American Express company from the
Michigan field except over the Van-
ilerbllt Hues. The chauge will take
place November 1.
Dr. Andrew Crawford, the leading
British expert on municipal traction
system, hss been invited by Mayor
Dunne to accompany Jamea Dal
rymple, manager of the Glasgow
trams, to Chicago. The two are ex
petted to aall on the Campania May
Governor Foil: has appointed the
following member of th board of
manager for th state hospital for
th Insane at Farmlngton for a terns
of four year each from April 1.
Paul P. Hlckey, Desoto; B. C. Jon,
Poplar Bluff, and John A. Hope. Jerk-
Th steamer Terranova sailed from
liondon for Tromao. Norway, whence
It will go to Frans Josef tjind In
arch of th Zieglvr axpedltloa, bead
ed by Anthony Flala of Brooklyn, N. Y
Paul Morton, arretarw of navy
may resign from cabinet In six weka;
Secretary Metcalf may succeed him
It I asserted thai the Prlnc of
Wales, following his royal father'
example, will soon enter the turf, and
tha thla rolora will appear next sea
son at ail the English race tracks. It
Is calculated that since 1S10, when
King Edward ntered the turf, hi net
winnings have amounted to more than
The name of P. C. Simons, attorney
general of Oklahoma, has been chalk
ed on th board as one of lb multt
tude of legal geutlemen who would
Ilk to succeed Judge John II. Burford
as presiding Judge of the First Judical
district. A. H. Huston and John II
Cotteral of Guthrie are also counted
la the list.
D. M. Parry In an address to manu
facturer predicts evil from "the
trend toward socialism" and criticises
the Chicago vote for municipal own
The London Chronicle claim that
th gowrnuient will postpone the dis
solution of parliament uutll th fail
of liX3, and that thla decision mean
the death blow of tariff reform.
General Hokolovaky, governor of
Ufa province, In Russia, is shot and
mortally wounded by a man who es
cape. Th rriiu rlosely follows th
assassination of his predecessor.
ANOTHER LIFE SAVED,
Mra. fl. W. Fooks, of Rnlb t ury. Ml.,
lfe of O. W. Fooks, fhertff t f Wlco-
t'll'N n"CO """V
years. It cam
Jji. y il on me giadu
tiT t I ' I f,,l
K tJA '"''I
4 , Y short of breath
V 2 1 '' ', jt and was iron-
eating, and my limbs were badly
swollen. One doctor told me It would
finally turn to Brlpht's discern. I was
laid up at one time for three weeks.
I bad not taken Doan'a Kidney Pills
mor than three day when the dis
tressing aching across my back disap
peared, and I was soon entirely cured."
For sale by all dealers. Trice SO
cent. Foster MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Will He Crokerixe or Astorstef
Good Deacon Rockefeller Is said to
feel real hurt over the envious criti
cisms how be got his money. This is
what drove Mr. Croker into exile, too.
Alarset nt. M-kur Rr.ll llll nin nnl
ioeal. Tba KuuCuuiiui.iwttUi brixl, luX
A good many women build them
selves up these days to fit gowns
somewhat too large for them.
BABY CAME NEAR OYINQ.
From an Awful Skin Humor
Scratch Till Blood Ri
Waeted to a Skeleton
Speedily Cured by
"Wben three month old my boy
broke out with an Itching, watery
rash all over his body, and he woulj
scratch till th blood ran. We tried
nearly everything, but he grew worse,
wasting to a skeleton, and we feared
te would die. He slept only when
in our arms. The first application of
Cuticura soothed htm so thst he slept
In bis cradle for the first time In many
weeks. One set of Cuticura made a
complete and permanent cure.
(Signed) Mrs. M. C Maillaad. Jasper.
Officer lion't cry, little boy. I'll
take you borne.
Jimmy Thanks. Mr. Cop. An 1
would you mind puttin' handcuffs on
me so's folks'll think I'm truly ar
SIMPLE WALL DECORATIONS.
New M.-teHal and New Ideas for th
Decoration of Homes.
The styles of borne decorations hav
completely changed In th last few
years, and it Is pleasant to say that
they bav changed tor tbe oener.
Time was when we bung monstrous
patterns printed on psper axalnal our
wails, and considered them more or
less nlesssntly. It would bard'.y be fair
to say lhat we considered them beau
tiful or artistic. Ilul ihey were tue
vogue and were pul on. Tbe Mm
has come when, with our belter meth
ods for Interior decoration, better ef
forts can be secured.
In wall covering, whether they b
of paint, or of kaisomlne. or i:f Ala-
bastine whatever tiie material uen
to cover tbe wall the tbit:g desired la
that which has tbs greatest covering
poer, as as einistieiiry and
beauty of color. Alai.a-.nue. a wan
covering ground from Alabaster rocii
which means a hard white rock is
tbe ideal covering for a wall.
The most beut!ful wa.l decorations
In the world aie those wbch are laid
on with the brush. The muta! designs
in our large public buildings, and tn
frracoed designs In the laige cat ho
dra Is and churches, hsve a peruia-
nencv and an art of which wail paper
la but a cheap Imitation. These mural
schemes and frescoed designs ran be
brought within the reacn ol tne every
day borne. They can be done with
Mabasitne, whlcn la permanent m us
coloring. II does not run on, and U
bas tb soft ellert or pssteii.
A great many peopi oeier in re
decorating of lhair rooms not only
txraus of the tiusnN but because
of tbe discomfort of IL With Alabas-
tine there need be no discomfort and
there can be no muss, tor all lhat I
beaded Is to lay a sheet or canvas on
tbe floor, have your man come in with
a pall, mak the solution aud simply
brush It on the wall. That Is all there
Is to It, and the room Is perfectly
clean and thimiietili renovated.
Comrui use Is liol very plentiful
In this world; most of It Is decidedly
Ui a ,m. 1 St,.. -,..
' FS! K IK) U...
lav a a. kiosa, LbL, su am, f- c.a iw
Two thlug to beware a crippled
mule aud a man with an uuloaded
S.T4TS OS Oat. CltT r TOISIM, I 4.
Lit. I OVTT
Psawv J ilill R'Skas aaiS tStc a M I
NflMi of Ska S"a vf V J- asssr a -IhS
vuhmm la ua tif u4 T 4 iuaiy a4 aiax
i .r4 aa4 1 tl mi will lfe, ma 04
OSS mtlHIIJ IHII.LS.HS t S o4 r
rtaawf Citiiia lhat LA4,a-H aa cataa as i&a aaa
liaiU.'s Cat aa Cuaa.
rasvc J casver
Saf a t hmhr aa a4 ta af siwvaa
liiu stS lay u( Kawawar, a. U l'--
. A. W.OLgASOX.
Han c'aasrr Cam t tafeaa lataraaiiy and aru
a I r. I, f ua iba Si. aa4 wimw aartaaaa as tas
SfMaat. saaa tut taaila. .oU. rrva.
r j siatt CO., idia, &
S-I4 as all DruHtu He
lass aati'srauii tiiia tor eaaattaaUa.
It Is said that girl may mak gifts
of knives without Impairing friend
ship, as the kind of knives girls give
won't cut butter, say nothing of any
thing a firm aa friendship.
Tb color of the lurquols varies
from pea green through a greenish.
blue to a blue that Is almost black,
but the moat valued specimens are ol
a clear sky-blue.
A man"s standard of beauty alto
gether depends im tb woman Whs