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AN OLD tiOLDIER'S GRATITUDE.
Hi Buy Wonderful Hat for Hit Ban
cfaclrcaa Who Aided Him In Get
ting a Penalon.
Letter from Washington made It
apparent It was In' the year 1S91
that Helnrlch Hetnbach waa going to
receive back pemlon, dating from
105. liadly wounded during the civil
war, he had applied for penwlon, and
then forgotten It Now, applying un
der the disabilities art of 1SS0. hla
oil claim bad been revived.
From my observations of the claim
ant and the witnesses who acorripn
led him when he came to niy office, I
was sure that Helnilcb would need
mie counsel and admonition when he
should unexpectedly acquire two or
three thousand dollars, gays Ada C.
Sweet in the Chicago Journal. So I
wrote to him, awklrtg him to call upon
tr.e. bringing with htm his wife.
He came, with Mrs. Helnbarh, a
sensible, hard-working, kindly woman.
the mother of four welt grown chil
itren. I broke the news of their com
ing good fortune, and Helnrlch prora
Wed to take hla wlf with him when
he drew his first pension and to carry
out her wishes as to how the money
should be used.
The great day. came around, a
mmith or two after our talk, when I
rutened to the plans of the honert
couple had made for the future. They
were first to deposit the money, $J.0SO
Bid some conts. In a bank. Then they
were to buy a little home In a small
town near Chicago where there was
a factoty In whkh Helnrlch and his
oldest boy could work, and where the
children could go to school and "grow
a hat i .e fore novr-r nVrftrn'-d of rnrri
a hat! My every day hat of brown w
cnntraMed with this new ou, an J.
IW'Inrlili felt sorry for rne that I cowl 1
not wear his present every day. a
manifest sari Urge, though, whkh he
really could not recommend.
"I !'' you'll bate to put that Ilt
t! hat Monday' after you have Ipwh
t silnir your new one," lie said. :l
he openly gloated uiort the contruxt
between my plln old hat and my new
and sulking headgear.
Hut there was a look of uncertainty
on Mrs. llclribach f:tc. the knew
tfiat hat was not "my atyle," lint her
woman wit never allowed her for a
moment to damien the satisfaction ot
her hut-band In this aupreme moment
of his altruistic triumph. At last.
after many bandahii'Kea, the man and
his wife went away. As 1 was laying,
my treasure In Its bol Mrs. llelnrirh
"Helnrlch was gone down In the el-
evator,",he said. "I told him to wait
for rne. i know that hat U cot for
you. H is big enough, but ll has too
much red, and yellow, and purple, and
the pink ribbon is not la you Itecoro-
In;. So I said to the clerk, when
Hfinrich would have her put on the
green feather, 'You must cUan.ce this.'
I said, 'when the lady brings It back
And she promised lu You go over al
ready and you trade for what you
1 thanked the good woman for bet
klndnehs. and she went away as pleas
ed with herself as Helnrlch had been
with himself. And there never was,
and never will be, another hat built
and anaxned like ffato that hat from
kind o"d Helnrlch Helnbach!
IGH$ TOR PAST RH0W3.
Q FT i
It Was Indeed a Triumph of Millinery
.- as Mrs. HVInrich
up to t somebody
"We'll be happy. In our own home,
aid away from tbo place where it is
o eauv to Si wrong." sho added, with
significant lisok toward her husband
Helnrlch made one meek ap)ea! for
$T.O to have a good time, once," and
this was conceded to him. And later
in the day I saw the happy couple go
mt with their indorsed government
vheck in the wife's pocket, and they
were headed straight for the savings
I thought ! had n the last of
them, but within three hours they r
turned. Something great was evl
Ji-ntiy on the iiilnd of the veteran
The wife had an atoI. luetic and sub
lued look, but nothing of the kind aje
pcared In llelntlrh's mien. The new
batik biMk showed their deposit of
ll.""1'. anil after fe!lcltsllms over
ll.wt, ll. liiiiili ane and brought from
the outer office, where be had left It
ou com n lo. a'hlg inlllinef' Nv
He had I-ihotIk for me. a a t len
ntvn. and In reeoitittlel. of my f
f.rt to ve his money f.om bin rath
er i.hdy trb-ndu, a hat.
' i-'lie shu.', hue the imj bt bat In
thtiako. I told my !V." evpUilne
the old sul.lj r, as he ur.-.ied the slriint
Jfl'etil aioil.ld t!l ln
"i told Helnrlch t-e.nilght not suit
you," bri ke iri the wi(.. "but he would
have Ills wa) I"
"Just Ibis once," .aUl H. Inrlch.
" i;i-ry woman likes i-t of all a tine
hat. We went over on Htoto strwt.
and ll.cit! I had ti.j lust the hat (r
j ou "
Now came Into the view, from Its
wrappings, the glo.lous hat. It was
Ind I a tiluniph of the millinery
iiilnd. aided by n ssculine rietermlna
torn. There was List a fiatne of ...iue
kind, and this was piled with ribbon
ami flow c-t s and laoe and buckles and
Leads, and topp-! by feathers. It was
a lat:e afinlr, with nothing stttiB)' or
Cor.t me ted at-out It. As for Color, as
lli'luitch iMiinted out to me. It could
not poi-nil)!.' go wrong, no matter how
unreasonable X, woman, might
'1 know how particular women aiu
a Soul the culots they wear." he sjld.
"and so 1 looked out for that. There
is eery color ou this." lie contlum-d,
as he balanced the hat oa his (me
linger, and turned It noind and round.
It was true no color was wanting.
The price, to, was conspicuously dis
played, in order that I might have no
lu'.nglt inc, 1 he tears came to my
4-ies as 1 " 't ,!"' veteran l u I
p.ild $U out if his $j0, reserved for
Lis "jf'x'd tm.e, nicv
t put on llnj rainbow hat bi fore the
little mirror, and I told lleinilch
truthfully, that t had never had i-oh
Afte." His War Expeoer.es Hs Bscams
a Veteran and the Pride of Hia
Idle, is it?" said Mrs. Flaherty
brliHln,s- "If aanybody had sild that
same but yersllf, Mrs. O'HourVe. that'
been the good friend to us all. anc
fished the bye himself out o' the ouic
cistern ftocet w id er blessed pooi
grip on the little breeches of hiin ah,
well, you may call him idle if ye like
Tls but a careless way of spaklng
and no rale disoompJIment.
'Tubbe sure. Larry's niver one tc
howld a Job beyant the tolrue the Jot
howlds his fancy. 'TIs Mike s the slid
Or one yls; if he wasn't, wfcativer'c
become of him? 'TIs not himself could
drop a Job In the rubldle. and take hit
bit of a rlst. and thin got another Jot
anny to! me, annyhow. annywhere, tht
rulnule he was ready for It. but
ljrry, that has the way wld him. ani
the shmlle on him "There's a squar
thing aUmt the bye's ears," 'twas hit
grandmother used to be saying. "The)
niver hear No whin lis said to bin
the ftrtt tolme; and whin tls repated;
'tis Yls!' And that's so.
"Ah; Ttow,- Mrii:-t'KtTrrtrerTrie,w
twtther! Partial? -Me? Me that lovei
the pair of thim as ayquil as me twe
ee? Ah. tnm. nter: nui i snow
what I know.
"Whin ye say that Mikes a folne.
atiddy worker, and shares his wagei
wid his mother like the good sou he is
saints foibld 1 shod deny it. Hut ni
youngest me ljirry 'twas hltn wln
f ghtin' to Cuby, a picture la his sol
g.-r clo'es and ready to be kilt like t
hro. And now he'a tiromoted to b
a veteran. Sure, 'twas years afthet
the big war tx-fure Patrick was that;
hut here's I-arry. iilver shtopplng llk
his father to be corporll and a ser
geant on the way, but Junt making th
one grand lape of it. and a veteran a!
"Mike Is a gt bye; but me LJirry
praise hlvin! Is the pride of his roun
thry, and an honor to the Flaherty s
and the Joy of me ould heart. Tli
the Impartial Judgment of a mother."
TWO TERRIEUC YEARS,
Mark Twain Regrets Vanished Joys el
Where row Is Hilly Itice? He wst
Joy to me, and mt were tbt other
star of the r .Igger show Pllly pirch,
I)aild Wambold. liackus Dr.d a r)
lllihtful dozen of their brethren who
tiimtit life m pleamre to irte 40 year
aeo nml later. Hitch, Waiultold and
1'iokus are gone years k. and wHh
lhtn d'pyited to return no rnorn f -r-
ever, I auppose, the real i)lg-r t!.u
the gi niilne rilgger-sbow, the en-
'avagant nlgr.er show the iV:
which to me had no pe-r ard whose
P"er has not yet arrived. In my n
perience. We have the grnd opera;
nnd I have witnessed, and greatly en-
Jed. the first act of err) thins
whih Wagner created, but the effect
on me has alw ays bn so pom erf ol
that one act ws quite suClcient;
whenever I have witnessed two acts
I have gone away physically exhaust
ed, and whenever I have rentured an
tntlre opera the result has been the
next thing to suicide. Hut If 1 could
have the nisgT-.ow back again. In
lis pristine purity and perfection. I
should have but little further use for
opera. It sixths to me that to the
elevated mind and the sensitive spirit
the blind-organ and the nigger-show
are a standard and a summit to whose
rarefied altitude -the other forms of
musical art may not hope to reach.
Mark Twain, In North American R
Tra UntoH Ajoe't ef Ntjteeted K.4
?frr. Jairws Frero h, W!r K!rH,
Ta mt .n, Man., r;i?s: "Wh o I b'-m
t;s-'Trr IJ'tai's Kid
l.'l Piils J, wss rt
tvn down arsd r-..'-it
le thai 1 e-Ai'.A
r.si-JIy ff.l'im It.
the birk i!ii'M
rr.e fr (j'i nt'.y and
the kidney iecr-t-y
dls-orier-d. I was a
nervous sn-fk acd
there seemed r.o l.oj-e. Ioan's Kid
ney Pil's bronsLt try first relief and
e!t boxes have so thorfrjgb'y rurr-i
and regulated rx-y kidneys that there
ts.s ti-n no return of my old trouble."
Rold by all dealers. 0 cents a Lot.
Fu&ter Miiburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
t U'. r
Vhy Ca V.in,'d He H'.'ry it C
w tK His Lew-or j J.
How 0n Company's Asset Are Dis
tributed in ths South and West.
In cocnectloa with Its withdrawal
from Texas, along with many other pa ranee
companies, rainer man to auDrcit to
the new law which requires that "i'e
of the reserves on Texas policies shall
be Invested In securities of that state,
which securities shall be deposited la
the state and subjected to heavy taxa
tion, in addition to the large tax now
imposed on life insurance premiums,
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
has made public the distribution of iu
assets, at tha end of the second year
of the new management. The F-qult-able
now bat 10.9i8.0O0 invested in
Texas, which is twice as much as the
new law requires, but the manage
ment decided that to submit to the
Tarps for Ansjlers,
Not long ago wveral wood d'.sVa,
ooe foot in j;a3iter, faictel white,
and each provided with a line and
lead weight, were plar-M in the pool
In. Central park, this city. by
the Anglers' club, for targets for Cy
and bait casting. At a granitoid Talk
adjoins the eastern end of the pool,
and the target furthest from the
casting; platlorm are near thl walk,
thousands of park visitor worry the
live out of the policemen and park
employes with questions relative to
the purpose of the white disks. They
have been asked If the strange things
are early lllypads a-nd everything un
der the sua an idle lousger can Im
agine. Oaye of the patrolmen told me
the other day that his naturally weet
temper had been ruined since the ap-
of "them things." But the
most curious question of all waa
fired at me one day as I watched tha
"Are those tin cans used In fieh
breeding?" aiked the visitor.
"What cans?" I queried, cot gra.p-
tcg his meaning.
"Why, these tin can in the lake?
"Oh! No, those are target." For
est and Stream.
"It wis at a !'r.' trot la t.
C':fry," ' 1 n. H't'i-'r.t w-.fir
wi' t! p:r.k .- rs A'i t.l--;r !
l,!;!rro. "od 3er-;'..r.4i;e a-.d ed.b
fi t:jr .;; j ',! 4 to a c';:';..-.i i t
sn.i.11 ct!..'ra w!i 3'x.-Ve1. I t
Di'xt rrt. like tM-s st.4 were
o; I.:t!''e4 a I A'fs t lvi what V
ssy. A I ara-.d to ti-it !
everyor.e ws gt:&tj et.o-p!i to est .
ar.-d (!r;!.k I race to ot,e S--!.! :
r -r cf e-f?im r si i tw .--?
a; : ar'Lt.y. 1 olrvd that tS.r
a i"'lt twig froa tM f the tr .
foa'lng on the top, tat th'T '
fati3ift as a rale acl It 5:d tot c- :
cur to rce that be ctjt4 to tie
irrA that te wa rliy:r.a vrier rJ '
"Wty don't yrm r!tk the J-a- I
de. Jifie brother?" ssid I. Ta't It ;
weet and nice? Ijnn't yu !Ve It?" !
He wri??ied a bit asd ra.b-d tl
ear on tl should-T !a a :
I I" v 7'--? . It
! I'X r--.'.v,y 1t;t-.v f. tv ;f--.t
: ttit'l- f-t 'i tf i-''t I ptrt
i t:,- ' v-y ".i a-. lz' r tt
cf t- J'if,f if It f:. lt
; et 5 .eot-y '.', F J1: a-' i'
: j iri .v r jif.- ' ' .' rv-.'.;'t. ; .'
i tie ati.t-iw 1.1 er;tf;ef tt x"-' If
; vn'j-l ty ts, g;? t t.- t-s'ti v
; ' t'Ttt'-b a.'.l t? v-r ,
tie i t!i ted ty ctr b-i '.k.
TT're r t.'r.-es tins
si's "5 '' r,t ir
ro.e from tie i s t-f
Ijk. 2 4. p- .i-, f.f-- -
a w-t h3 ;-! u ttT tiia
f,l that ia"t
lte of etiilirrs
s knowlog twinkle be said't "1 tr.
teacher, l a too l,ii to d-fr;k Vecx-a- I
ads Hit slick tn It." T. T'.a.e.
ELEVEN YEARS CF ECZEMA.
The Breakers to Remain Closed.
AVord come from abroad that Mr.
Vanderbilt I to taJce a large estate
near Lend on, and that the Breaker
will not be open this season In New-
additional taxation would be an injus- i port.
This will be the second summer that
this magnificent estste ha been
closed, and it mean a social as well
a financial loss to the place.
To the gossips of the smart set It
mean that something sttractlve U
keeping Mrs. Vanderbilt and her
daughter aa the other side of the At-
t.t.- it. Investment are distributed lactic somethiti that draws Use a
as follows: Ala.. I3.0SS.000: Arls-1 lodeiione.
JSTt.OOQ; Ark,.. $4.02S.OOO; CaU li.-1 -No looser is Kobert Goelefs name
inirt- Cut - rs?2ntt rii !'': heard in connection wfch the hand
tlce to Its policyholders in other
states, which Impose no such penalty
on, the thrift of their citizens.
The Kquitable's r-iort shows that
tcore tha- STCi of It total reserve
are now Invested In the southern and
western states, while only SaTo of It
total Insurance is carried In these
Hand Cracked and B'etdfj Na-I
Cam CJT cf Flrjer Cut.cura
dies Brough Prorrpt Relief.
l had ecsema on my tan Js tor
about eleven years. The hands crock
ed open in many (-lares aal bled- Oae
of my fingers wa so bad that the na.3
earn cX. I tad tried so ccy rr
edles. svsd they all ha4 faced to cere
se. I had seen three) doctor, bat r
no relief. FlnaUy I got a rake of CsrJ-
cur Soap, a box of Cutlrura Gistmett
and two bottle of Coticura Rsolvetit j
PiUa. Of eottrss I keep Csticcra Sosp
a"I the time fur my basis, but the one
cake of Soap and htuf a bcx c-f CO
cura Oictmect cared them. I recom
mend the Cuticara Remedies to aJ
uffertng with ecicca. Mrs. Eita A."
Wiley. R. F. IX No. 2, Uscoisb. U,
Oct. IS. lSOC"
New in Wafl Paper.
A new design in fancy was prxr
pattern comes from Kansi t.:ty;
also a way to utilize canlled check.
A firm ha bad all It crLcf papered
with old checks, placed neatly edge
to edse. The face tgure of ths
checks Try from J0.(v0 to tlX-
and the total for one room Is S0.-
00. As a gilt moulding mas around
the cige of each check-panel, ths
afneraJ effect Is rather p'.taalnR.
t i M M i :
SICK . Ill
i j ncn
t i n ttr
lk tmlm TCi.
e-4 -w Irj yv
t 7si-t. n num
ma f.il ma i ::l i ill f hl
Fas-S.ra'-'e S j- aturt
000; 1a, f I.04S.000; Idaho, tj.197.u03;
V.U tll.CK.ooO; lad. Ter, 443.00;
Ind, Is.C.OfO; Iowa, $J.GS0.f03; Kan
sas. Ill.CIT.tXK); Ky., t:.C31.00; La,
3.4.0uO; Md., $:.:07.0t0; Mkh..
009.100; Minn.. $:.0f.;.(Ki0; Miss.. $767.
000; Mo., IS.197.0O0; Mont, tl.S90.P00;
Neb.. J7.f.:6.0CK); Ncv tCtO.tWO; New
yUt.. I1.376.0O0; N. C, 11.649.000; N.
D, l77.vi)0; Ohio, $11.634.(HW; Okla,
tl.0fi6.000; Ore, tl.15S.000 ; 8. C,
t371.0O0; S. D, 11.305.0 m); Tenn, $1.
?09.0OO; Vtah, ?.l 14.000; Va, t.jv;,
000; Wash, $1,102,000: W. Va, 3.523.
000; W Is, ti.34:.O0; Wyo, tJ.S6T.u00.
.! Mis Vsnderhllt, and we are at our
wit's end to know just who the lucky
Johnny Is. New York American.
HERE'S ONE ON THE "ROOKEV."
Get Sentry Call Twisted When Dal
lied by Commander.
Llndy'a Select patronage.
It wa during the tine of ih Span
lh Ameilcan war. An officer of a
Maicafhu!t1 regiment, carrying un
d-r bis a"" buntlle of ii-d linen,
called at the hmiie of a colored women
livlltit on the outskirts of Jacksonville
who hud n.ade finite a rvpuiaiL.n ft
gnoj iMiiiulo .i:k an.i'r.s tl-e k-1-iii.-i
"IVms yo' U tlons f de lir MaU'
"To de llund'i d ou' fifty f if" ndce
"Twr-n'y sccon tl.lo?"
"Wale. v' all clnr eutcn lnre; I'se
kep' private iri la ty ey dime to res
inients! "Harper's We.-kly.
Repuls c Bailoon by Coast Defense
The C.criiian military autboi ItU'S
have been conducting a s-ries 01 in-
lervstlng exstmcuts at the lleubuds
const defense battery, lam!s bay.
with tht object of determining the
efficiency nf modem orduani-v in tv
P ll!iii captive aiid fie balloons. The
batlety was t-.jipp.M with H'c.-utl-meter
gun aud nnntaia. Shrapnel
was the ammunition used. Floating at
a height that varied b-to-n is.ooi)
and Il.l'oO feet, balloons of 100 CuMC
mot. is" capacity ri ijuile easily
brought down. Only one biallo
A drummer sometime gets his or
ders twisted, but never quite so badly
as the "rookey" I saw down at Chick
an.aiisa when the troop were being
mustered in for the Spanish American
war. s.tys a traveltrg limn in the St.
liOuls I'ovt Dint atih.
This Ix'V, frefh tntm Pt luls. was
on the way to the front aud proud of
It. Ilw had his first anslgnmeut to
r.usid duty and he had been carefully
ltiKiructed as to calUi.g "Who goes
The officer In comtnsnd of the di-
rl, k lil.-nlftt',! rmrtlncl. Tlie I
-r.M.key " bad never h.u blm, AlK-tit ' trolt Frct,Jl';.
tut lull.l the general came home from !
a reception, tn town, lie wa ail f.ieJ i
I ths Sailors' Friend.
Sitty thouwir.d sailor look to H. A,
Hanbury for advice and for protec
tion. Mr. Hanbury is the United
States shipping commlhsiocer for ths
port of New York. He I the sailor'
Jud?e and Jury. The men who sign
on foreign craft now must appfar be
fore him for their fcapei-s instead of
going to the consuls of the variou
countries. He dride all disputed
question between the men and their
sailing masters. Many of the abuses
of these men that formerly wre oo Ho
rn on. such a compelling them to buy
their outfits from the ship owners or
captains, have been done away with,
under Mr. Hanbury rule. HI otScs
la on the Battery park. New York,
wheie be t-anily can reach all ths
hi; leaving that port.
I?y following the directions, which
are plainly printed 'on each packag of
Defiance Starch. Men' Collars and
Cuffs can be mad just a tiJf a Se
al red, with either gloss or domestic
fJn'.ih. Try it. 1 o. for 10c. sold ty
ail gxJ grocer.
"Do yoa retard this preva?erjce of
high price as a sign of prosperity .
"Certainly," answered Mr. testis
Sux; " the fact that p-eorse osa ajra
to pay them is a conclusive wga cl
prosiK-rlty." Washington fcUir.
IM VOI R riitTRt'. LOOK TEI lOWt
If to. o lied fro IUU liiue.li J1 cuke
them wuite as iww. 2 o-pc A crb'.a.
T eeaviaes ssry i
( ii wnckui uti jrx i
ll ' it scTV tar aw '"
C a ' I -w ;-- esu x --
k5 tc r u. We .J
er .sohi?? f.'" i Wn tnl
Lv rA r--t l:ti 1 Sf 4
yjr auoa aa4 air eat s s-al caid.
sy9f f f PTB eleaone
; Vj wr .4
K UT. v,. fry 4 Jtl V' aU trH&t7t 1'- f -
v; p&rr rr t4t la i "
f J f t i f if
Once in a while the voter get busy
and elect an ho&est man.
to AitPLY ram pa.tk.nt
1W4I f sr f- W" C IT skawf kMw-gi
U-V- i K tWtAowO -m ' :- ' ww4
yM ; twt 9 ti m-A,
ii ran i. so s u ret o tuncu
Tho Farmer's Qpporlunif
95,000 Acres In tho "Garden Spot of theVcrld'
Is fiovv Coins Opened up to tno
"What I the difference between
"C.ive It mi" answered the m.vn wha
"The rhauScur rjr.s i f-o-le d w
and ti e surgeon cuts ti.ctst up"
HaMi'.y ivard;rn; a p.i:.-i.c str-t
car. he u:a-!e a Sife titaiy. i'
r .n.s .urgeo?- aked the Dr, Chas. F. Sirr.ii:en$ Ranch Just South ct Saa Ant:r.!a
tM' in hi dress tops and he was tie
siliert thing the tiow guard ever
so. As the general pased his post
the boy gai-d at Mm o(M-n mouthed.
Tdany Lad e Have Poor Comp'eaiensl
j from Cofles.
i "Ci !?ee filler J dark CoK-red MotchS '
. . . . v a k . &
ju.I in inae i,e reiiit-meerru n - , 0B r-.iy Jk e and Iwlj. I had bevli
Spe'tet to s.iy
"There goes who?
something. So bs
Esplorer's Widow Msrnss.
lH.rotby, Lady Stanley, the widow
of the famous African explorer, was
liisnlod a few ds d.t'i to Henry Cur
U. of whom the world knows httle
Ae that he is a fellow cf th U.'jal
CulSero of Hurgeniis. Since rlr lleiuy
M. htnley' ueath. three ers ;..
sbe ha I'.vetl ihn lite of a rerlusv ut
rune Hill, the country place in Pur
ity, that .Stanley bought, and wlvis
h is but led.
driiiVlr.fi it for a long while and thoe.
blotches gradually taJ, until
finally they became peimansnt aa4
i re abcut as dark as ri "- itself.
"1 forr.K rly .ad as fine a cx a.ilrx-
Ion a on could aak for.
"When I became coaince,l vhAt cof
fee was th cue cf my troul'e, I
wo.ld with an improved rifle is hardly ; KjoJ ,uJ , nittJ? lt cX
coi..ieie,, wnen iue nun-namca cord-,cs to !,rxUons. 1 l:kel tt very
work on a new weapon, ai is. re eu, , piUf h aJ h w
exnmtr.atlons ot tne tierman war . , , .
! . "1 a:u thankful to ejy I a i fc.it c-r-
Ntw Automatic ftlft.
The self loading or automatic musk
et Is now being erIou!y ronl-Jere4 j
as the Infantry arm of the future The ;
equipment of the great armies of the '
Academy the automatic title was o;.e
of the themes for discussion. The
piece now on trial has a iit.K.tik.e.
holding ten cartridges; tht; recoil Is
Utiliied to load and etx-k. CotiMijucnt
ly the soldier can remain g ileily in
position, never retuotim: LU e Iro;n
the target, and lire bis ten shots
New Voik Sun.
England' Debt to Franc.
One of the t hief debt to Franc is
that she nouiKhes our I !.. t:au
foriti tin m. si.aWis thctu her iwn,
Ju..t as she trarpUr.teJ and tiii
inlttrd the f.owcr cf th I1i'ih!mih
In an eaillor day. With all our l-a
tlonul vanity we r-cr lipt it
pt.t.i4i;o It Is vuly triittory and
diplomatic pevsitt au4 ommerv
atx'ut wblh we vtuarnd with ovr
acvt sui'iuj ." -LouJon Aii.iAiy.
nu ar.y nmr, as I wis whoa I was
drtnklr.g coC-e, and my com; leiu n t
new as fair and good as it was yrans
lex ll t t ry t lain thit c?cjacd
ll.u. troul lo."
; Most tad conii lexior. a- (auc4
i by cm dtstuibAiicw tf the t.';i.Avl
! and c.-ffes i the g-eatr't iti.'ut'-rr ff
I d.yotioa ktli-wn, Altrcsl at-) IrKH
' can l.ae a fiir con -leitoa If Ke I
k-av eff ct'ff and u l-tuin Koil
j tiff(e and nutrs-.ious, tei'.'.hy uvl ta
, proper ti'ianmy. IN-jtuiu fbm:.he
i fertala leneut f:nti tho natural
, grains frnu the Ft 11 llvt Naftire ie
I u rebuild th tr-ui ii'i'ta at4
s when thxl U in K1 cot.xti'.ix-. or.e
ca cep-na ci'O a gvi co'- ;;etn
as well a a g-d tr:hv K-dj.
"There's a r'eai.-n" KtsJ, " It U.-4
Tea wl'l rever r t :.o;i-r chaac l.se tM: ryM I'.J
r-.ec'.h, wrhout Uterest. b.ijt two h i ar. J a frrn it lv .-r4,
for truck a.r.4 tri.lt ra:.t.. ta 4' farm la 113 y sowOs Txvs.
Where the prop! ar prt,-prv-'is, t.rr aa4 crRt'Oie-i
Where ti f,ic- tioora ten rnfiti. In tin Ar.
here the firn ers a&4 gard- nr. who w-nt never eci.
eat Lome-grown Jur-- v f.-'At-'c la Jitary, aa4 Uaii ia mid wi-at
tl.:. :r r.4 gKvtou a;.st.E.
Where tbe Usd tel4 t eaorruM a4 ths pniees wrsttaeratlts.
Viter mim;t:i.i ca be j Uatc4 Sid harsei4 trnery tuctti la
Wfcerw tt cl:mat I ao fc.1.4 Ut tt Northern tirwer fcf
v practically 'all Ms f-ul t.:i aul li.rrwf.-or;U lj Cv.t t
elvth'rs L family la the North.
Where the country u aiiocls aai feoperty ra;iry la-
Wterw aU stock. wfV rt aay te4, fatten later aid I'ai3f,
ca the ta'.iva gntisv a4 tn;it.
Where the aj UeJ Jie.4 lis uUUtt.ill ci ll tsxssrat
ths I :xarie of the trvp-Stt svr.es.
A bt rw tt fanner d 9 fiot tv to work har4 '.l Enth ta
the year to ra.s f--4 t.) ? tls '. -k f-oa J.wcg &At C. wta
" ler. as they ta tte North a4 N.n:!iirt
x'liere thre are r.o aristocrat and r'pl t.cl tav tJ
tar4 to t pieti'y aud ta t.i tt . ty.
V ter t- tia'-itvs work e atid t t-cr ta ehow f.T wtit
ttey S-' tr.aa in auy ce-ustry la tt Vwted t'tatr,
P: tottrs, tsra and testes can fcu bu.lt for ls U'.ia tall
te c-t la the Norta.
Wfcrre sar.trve Si4 seat rrostra'.lce ars ilowa
lt.i s-.."!rrrs fro:u As-tsua. I'rcnvt'.t:. Catarrh. Hy rW
cd Tr rv-t Troubles fr.j rv'.u-f.
Where, surrounded, ty frv..; ae4 v -vt . whlvh rtpea T
tsvnth la tt jf-ar, tt lir'.c t t-cttcr sc4 U- ;csiw vtaa la
Wt cr tt water is pure, avft at i p'-'E' tjl
V ttv t; e ace low that tbe inii-oct Is m'el
tc I'u'-'.c ar-d I'M.' btv-. -J t.;.arte vt aU ticsc
tSi'.'OV S- leKt.f il.
hr ce. jletty arl grvl w'.'l rv-!t
V trr a is no tu al.hy tt.t tte.- a-- tw jtye'vUna ai r.-:t
rf thctu. t t.i'te a kxittg. sut-t.'.i tiier.t tl:u;r tacvm ircia eihef l--f
Writ U-iij 1:t f-.'J fwrticuUi sval tati.?--l tli cf ths taxui.
on. chag. p. cir.i:.:c:
213 Alamo FIjij, SAN A'iTCNlO, "TZXkZ
Ut illvUie," l& I Its.