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TO. H. MUMAKIt, PuMIfcr.
"MM af dutr li the only mil? fe
ll iMf MtHntanU
The Maine law In New Yer i . put
tt liquor tmitMM under n eleud.
?h Yenesuela eommlMlBn In mush
in wdenc, or, mere prepatly, dMp lb
n Id Mice,
The thief who stole tlio hltehlng pouts
In Areola. III.. In p reliably somo bleyolo
Prime people art as though they con
Bldertd grumbling n virtue ludleatlvo ot
ft tilth spirit.
Too mnur tinranna Itnaalnn Hint thero
I oinKhlbK funny ahowt getting other
1 ,iii into trouble.
The Ttuaalan bear, net satisfied with
Its recent fwiit oh Turkey, la now con
suming all tne China.
There la probably not a woman on
ob'Hi who does net prlvnlely bellove
tli t ah In mora or I mm abused.
A man haa arrived at years of ill (unro
ll fn when, he la pleased at IvfJtiK told
tiiit h l n (air copy of hla father.
Trulr the raptor la paaaing from
tfcn hand of man whey wo rand tlmt
the most rouragcoua soldiers ot Cuba
Ilalllngton I loot h haa begun hla cam
puln In Dm northweel properly by
tanking at the chief center of wlcetl
The nionrp W. Chllda haa Just given
material Mid to the Cuban InaurgeulH.
It la only a tun. but tho name la hept
u by audi philanthropy.
Hhould t'nrle Samuel have (he hhlo
nml hunt or the "panlah hull to ex
hibit at hla next World's Pair, the aa
poet will lo truly Columbian.
If tkrt atory that King tabengutn la
nllvonnd leading the revolt of the Mnta
liele It Nhowa t! neeeaally jf having
htm hilled again without deity.
The opinion la growing Hint women
should kuew mora of Ilronnns, Tho
rtght to carry popa nnd lo pop will
wentilnlly bo freely accorded i ho sweat
.Vaw that whisky la to Im mude from
Wlmnsln potaflieo the farmers will
Urofcgely reconsider their determina
ted to turn their attention to other
That Texas murderer .who At on a
box of dynamite and deliberately ox
ptoded it (urnlahed a precedent in hla
Iftai act that will bo vigorously ap
Two carloads of artificial lag havo
bren eem from llrlln to tho Italians In
Africa. Now they sre showing sense.
14-K ii morn needed In fighting the
Ab)Mlnlan than fl roar ma.
Thn Spaniards have scored another
victory I if Cubs. They succeeded In
(jetting away after a loelng battle with
the Insurgents. There Is un urgent
nod of more horses among Weyler's
men so that they may Hat away fastsr.
Stanley, who gave up hla American
tenshlp for the honor of r seat on
tl-te Tory benches In the Itugllih parlla
ment, has turned out a complete par
liamentary (slliire. The explorer haa
feund that while a nobody may bo
samebody in the wilds of Africa. It takos
aomebody to be anybody In a house
where nearly everybody Is somebody.
A New York woman has tone crasy
and Ixhevea that human flesh Is tho
only proper atlmulant for the brain. She
WopoMti to eat nothing but children
in tuture and want to begin with her
ow.ii Itaby, who la only 1 months eld.
ht- tritd eating sponges with butter,
but found that unset lafactory. Ihe do
eJarc that her grandmother, who was a
?ry clever and brainy woman, ale
nothing hut babies.
Nicola Tesla says that Kdlson Is net
working slong the right line In his X
my work, well bo la. Now, as a nut
ter of fait, while Mr. Tesla hss en-
Syed more newspaper notoriety than
llson, be has net put out nearly as
Many InventjaMa. H claims to have
plenty of wonders . ht alwv, but
the public Is likely to . largely on tho
Bide ot BBS Wtaerii, ho AnUaes Us
prewipuy sun (ha puMie
tne uenewt 01 tne,
A yoult-4 New Havre (bow funny
It la that so many horrible things hsp
H In Connecticut) suddenly dlsap-
Cared on his wedding day a few hours
fore the ceremony wee to bo per
fanned. It was diaeotered that he had
llftd from the town into the Measureless
hence, but the bride, who Is a deter
iftincd New Kaglend girl, hue started
t lo Had his and wiys when she does
alls will marry him so tiulck that he will
tmre no time for a second break-away,
An extremely pretty while girl In
New York baa married a repulsive ne
Sre freak, who la on aihlbltlew et a
(joe muaeum there under the strange
HA Ma of the luitie Hoy ile Is a dwarf
tifHtstroBlt) and ulao an imbecile, lie
smnnt walk ami reamiilea an animal
Mere than a ii'ini.m tmiig. Another
OSes for Mux Noi.U.;
The greater New York project being
Hew practically a thing of the past, It
Is In order to platt potatoia on a por
tion Of Hie miI that It M urOpOl t0
tiate in tbo it uoilta.
BY WILKIE. C0LLIN5,
ably, tor good or for
Danville nnd Itoeo
Trudatno woro now
man and wlfo. Tho
prophecy of tho
over-night had not proved false. It wna
a oloutllsss day on tho marrlngo morn
Ing. Tho nupttnl eeremonteH had pro
ccotlod smoothly throughout, nnd hnd
oven satisfied Madame Danville. Slio
roturntHl with the weildlng-party to
Triidnlno'a hotino, nil emlloM ncd eo
ronlty. To tho hrldo alio wna gracious
ness Itself, "flood girl." entd the old
lady, following Hose Into r earner, nnd
(Killing her approvingly on the cheek
with hsr fna. "flood glrll you hayo
lookod well this morning you havo
dono credit to my son's taste. Indeed.
yon havo pleased mo, child! Now go
upiinlrs, mid get on your traveling
uross, nnd count on my mntornat affc-c
tlon as long an jou innko Chnrlos
It had been arranged that tho hrlda
and bridegroom should pass their
honeymoon in Ilrlttany, and thon re
turn to Danville's ostate near Lyons.
Tho parting waa hurried over, na all
such partings should be. The eairlago
had driven off Trudalno, nfter linger
ing long to look after It, had returned
hastily to the house the very dust ot
the vhlrllug wheels had all dispersed
then was absolutely nothing to seo
and yot, there stood Monsieur Lomaqtio
at tho outer ante: Id v. as If ho wns an
Independent man calmly, as If no such
rosponslbllltlos ns tho onlllng of Mn
dnmo Dnnvllle's conoh, nnd tho escort
ing of Madame Dnnvlllo baok to Ly
ons, could possibly rest on his sboul
dors. Idly and calmly, slowly rubbing ono
hand over tho other, slowly nodding his
head In tho direction by which tho
hrldo and bridegroom hnd duparlod,
stood tho eccentric Innd-Btownrd at
tho outer gnto. On n sudden, tho sound
ot footsteps nppronchlng from tho hotuo
scorned to nrouso him. Onco inoro ho
lookod out Into tho road ns it ho ex
pected still to sco tho carrlago ot the
nowly married couplo. "Poor girli
sh, poor girl!" said Monsieur Lomnqtio
softly to lilnlFclf turning round to ns-
certain who was coming from tho houso.
It was only tho postman with n let
ter In his hand, nnd tho post-bng
crumplod up under his nrm.
"Any fresh uows from l'nrls. friend J"
"Very bad, moiisleur," answeroil the
pontman. "Csmllle Desinoullne has ap
pealed to the iieoplo In the Palais Itoynl
there are fears of a riot."
"Only a riot," repeated Lomaquo, sar
castically. "Oh, what n brave gov
ernment not to bo afraid of anything
worse! Any letters?" he added, hnstl
ly dropping the subject.
"None to tho house," said tho post
man "only ono from It. given mo by
Monsieur Trudnlne. Hardly worth
while." ho ndded, twirling tho lottor In
hla hand, "to put It Into tho bag, Is It'"
Lomuquo lookod over his shoulder n
ho spoke and saw that Uio letter was
dlreeted to the I'rosldenl of the Aoad
cmy at Science, Paris.
"I wonder whothor ho nccepls tho
plaoo or refuses It?" thought tho land
steward, nodding to tho postman, and
continuing his way basic to tho houso.
At tholoor he mat Trudalno, who
said to him rather hastily. "You nre
going back to Lyons with Madame Dan
ville, I suppose?"
"This very day," answered tontaque.
"It you should hear of a aonrenlont
bseheler-lmlBinK at I.yotis, or near It,"
oontinued the other, dropping hla valoo
and speaking more rapidly than befaro,
"you would be doing me a favor It you
would let me know about It."
Lemeque assented: but before he
oeuld add a question which was on tho
tip ef hla tongue, Trudalno had van
ished In the Interior of the house.
"A bachelor-lodging!" repeated the
iRHd-etewnrd, standing alone on the
door-step. "At or near Lyons! Ahal
Monsieur Trudalne, I put your bachelor
led stag and your talk to me last night
together, and I make out a etim-total
which la. I think, pretty near the mark.
Veil have refused that Parle appoint
ment, my friend; and 1 fancy I oan
He paused thoughtfully, and shook
his head with ominous frowns and bit
Inns of hla lips.
"All clear enough In that sky," be
tentlaned, after awhile, looking up at
tho lustrous mld-Uay heaven. "All clear
enough there; but I think I aee a lit
tle cloud rising In a certain household
firmament already a little clond
whlsli hides much, and whleh I for one
shall watch carefully."
CHAPTKIt VI r.
Pygin I VII years hate
pyftX h'P d since Men-
Hwr u a m n ij n
at the gate at Tru
dalne's konae, look
ing after tho car
riage ef the hrldo
and seriously re
flecting on the
nents of the fu
ture, a rest ihsng iue pasted over
that domestic ftrin.iu.rnt n which ho
W-ophcUcaliy dtiter&td th lutis warn-
Ing cloud. Greater ohnngos hav passed
over tho firmament of Franco.
What was Itovolt llvo yonrs ago Is
Revolution now revolution which has
ougulfed thrones Mil principalities and
powers; which has sot up crownless,
Inhercdltnry hlngs and counselors of
Its own, nnd has bloodily lorn them
down agnln by dosansj which has raged
and raged on unrestrainedly In fierce
oarnost, until but ono king oan still
govern nnd control It for a ilttlo while.
That King Is named Terror, nnd sov
ontean hundred and ninety-four Is the
year ot his reign.
Monsieur Lomaquo, land-steward no
longer, alt nlono In an orflelal-lnoklng
room In one of tho olllolnl buildings of
Paris. It is another July ovenlng, ns
flno ns that ovenlng when he nnd Tru
dnlno sal talking togothcr on tho bench
overlooking the Seine Tho window of
tho room Is partly opon, and n fsl-U,
pleasant hreeae Is beginning to (low
through lt-now. Lomaquo breaths un
easily, ns ir still opproesod by tho sul
try midsummer heat; nnd thero nre
signs of perplexity nnd troublo In his
fnco ns ho looks down absently now and
thon Into tho streot.
Tho tlnioH ho II von In nro enough of
thomsolvoa to sadden his fnoo. In the
Itelgn of Torror no living being In all
tho city of Paris can rise In the morning
and bo coitaln bf escaping tho spy, the
arrest, or tho guillotine, before night.
8uch times are trying ouough to op
press nny man's spirits; hut Lomsque Is
not thinking of them now. Out of a
mass ot papers wliloli Ho before him
on his old writing table, he haa Just
taken up and read one, whleh haa car
ried his thoughts back to tho past, and
to the changes whloh hnvo taken place
slnco ho stood nlono on tljo door-step of
Triidnlno'a houso, pundurliig on whst
Moro rapidly ovon than ho hnd fore
boded, those ohnngoa hnd occurred. In
lorn tlmo ovon than ho had anticipated,
tho sad omorgonoy for whloh Hose's
brother hnd prepared, as for n Imroly
posnlblo calamity, overtook Trudalno,
and called for nil tho patlonce, tho cour
ago, tho seir-sncrlllco, whloh ho had to
glvo for his Bister's soke. Ily slow
gradations downward, from bad to
worso, her husband's ohnrarinr mani
fested Itself less nnd loss dligulrodly
nltnoHt day by day, Occasional sllghta
ending In hnbltunl negloot; cure lass es
trnngoment turning lo cool oiimlty;
small Insults which ripened evilly to
groat Injuries-theso woro tho pitiless
signs which showed her that she had
rlshod nil nnd lost nil while stll! a
young wotnnn theso were tho unmer
ited uilllotlnns which found her help
less, and would havo left her helpless,
hut for tho over-present comfort and
support of her brothor'a self-denying
lovo. Prom tho first, Trudalito had de
voted himself to meet such trials as
now assailed him; and like a man he
met them, In dollnnee nllkn of persecu
tion from the mother nnd of Insult from
Tho hard task wns only lightened
whon, ns tlmo ndvnucod, public trouble
bognn to mlnglo Itself wIMi prlvnto
grief. Thon absorbing political nocos
sltlos came as n roller to domestic mis-
ory. Thon it grow to bo tho ono pur
poxo nnd pursuit of Dnnvllle's life cun
ningly to shnpo hla- course so that ho
might movo safely onward with the ad
vancing revolutionary tide ho cared
not whither, oh long ns ho kept his pos
sessions safe nnd his life out ot danger.
His mother. Inflexibly tnto to her old
world convictions 'through nil peril,
might ontroat nnd upbraid, might talk
ot honor, nnd raurngo, and sincerity
ho heedod hor not, or heeded only to
lough. As he had taken tho false way
with his wife, so he as now bsnt on
taking It with the world.
The years jiaaaed on; destroying
changes swept hurrlrano-llko over the
old governing system ot Prance; and
still Danville shifted successfully with
the shitting times. The ftradays of
the Terror approached; In public and In
private In high places and in low
each man new suspected his brother.
Crafty as Danville waa, even he fell
under suspicion at last, at headquar
ters In Parla, principally en hla moth
er's account. This was his first politi
cal failure, and in a moment of thought
leas rage and disappointment, be
wreaked the Irritation caused by it on
Lomaquo. Suspected himself, he In
turn suspected the land ateward. Ills
mother fomented the suspicion--Lomaquo
In tho old times the victim would
have been rained In the new times he
was simply rendered eligible for a po
litical vocation In life. Lomaquo was
poor, quick willed, lecret, not scrupu
lous. Ho was n gd patriot, he bad
good (wtriet frieeda, plenty at ambi
tion, a subtle, sal-like courage, noth
ing to tread and he went to Parts.
There were plenty ef small d unites
there for men et bis calibre. He waited
for one of them. It came; he made the
meat of it; attracted favorably the no
tice ot the terrible Kettqulor-TlAVlllei
and won his way to a place In the of
fice ot the lecret Police.
Meanwhile Danville's anger oesled
dewn; he recovered the use et that cun
ning senio which hsd hitherto served
him well, and sent to recall the discard
ed servant. It was toe late. Itomaque
was already In a position to set him ul
leflanto -nay, to put his neck, perhaps,
under the blade of tbegurietlae. Worse
than this, aooaymou Utters reached
him. warning hi in to io no time in
proving his patrioiinn i some indis
putable tscrlftVe, end li silencing his
mother, whose l&piu uut sincerity
waa llkoly oro long to cost her her life. I
Danville knew her well enough to know
that there was hut ono way of saving
Hsr, and thereby saving himtelf. flue
hnd always refused to emlgrntoi but ho
now insisted that sho should solzo tho
first opportunity ho oould proouro for
her ot quitting Krnnco until oalmor
Probably sho would hnvo risked her
own Uto ten tlmos ovor rathor than hnvo
obeyed him; but alio hnd not, tho cour
nco to risk her son's too; nnd sho yield
wl for his sake. Partly by secret In
ftuonco, partly by unblushing fraud,
Danville procured for her such papca
nnd permits as would ennblo her to
leave Franco by way of Marseilles.
Hvcn thon sho refused to depart. Until
sho know what hor son's plans were for
tho future. Ho showed her n letter
which he was nboul (o dispatch to
Hobosplerro himself, vindicating hla
suspected patriotism, nnd Indignantly
demnndlng to bo allowed to prove It by
filling somo office, no matter how smnll,
under tho rodoubtnblo triumvirate
whloh than governed, or moro proper
ly, terrified Frnncc. Tho sight ot this
doeumont ronssurcd Mnilnmo Danvlllo.
She bade her son farewell, and depart
ed nt last, With ono trusty sorvant, for
tion In sondlng his
lotter to Paris had
boon simply to snvo
himself by pa
triotic bluster. Ho
nt receiving n re
ply, tnklng him nt
hi word, and sum
moning him to tho
capital to nocont
employment thoro under the then
existing government. Thero was
no oholee but to obey. So to
Paris he Journeyed; taking his wire
with him Into tho very Jawa of danger.
He waa thon nt opon onmlty with Tru
dalne; and tho more anxious nnd
alarmed ho could mnke the brother feel
on tho Blator'a account, the bettor ho
wna plonsed. Truo to hla trust nnd hln
lovo, through all dangers ns through
all persecutions, Trudalno followed
thorn; and tho stroet of tholr sojourn
nt Paris, In tho perlolus days ot tho
Torror, wns tho street of his sojourn
Danvlllo hnd been astonished nt tho
nccoptnnco ot his proffered scrvlcos
found Hint tho post selected for him
was ono ot tho Biiporlntondont's places
In that vory olllco of Socrct Police In
which Lomaquo wns employed us
ngout. Hobosplerro nnd his cotlcguoo
had tnkon tho moiiMiro for their man
ho had money enough, , nnd loo.il Im
portance enough, lo ho worth studying.
Tho affairs of the Bocrot Pollco woro
tho sort of ntfnlra which nn unscrupu
lously cunning man wns fitted to help
on; nnd thn faithful oxrralno ot that
cunning In tho sorvlco of tho stnto was
ensured by tho prosonco of Lomaquo In
the olllce. Tho dlscnrdod sorvant was
Just the right sort of spy to watch tho
suspected master. Thus It happened
that. In tho olllco of tho Secret PollcoJ
of Paris, and under tho Holgn ot Ter
ror, LoniRf. e's old master wns, natur
ally, IiIk mailer still tho superintend
ent to whom ho was coremonlally ac
countable, In public tho suspected
man, whose sllghtost words nnd dcods
be was officially set to wntoh, In private.
(TO B CONTINUKD.)
HAD TO PAY TWICE.
I'lleht of an Orn Traveler Who I.ott
Thoio wno ono young man on tho
steamship New York, says tho Now
York Tlmos, who paid well for his pas
sage, whon It enrao tlmo to present his
ticket to tho stoward It was not to bo
found, Pookets woro turned Insldo out,
trunks woro turned tipsldo down, hat
bands torn out nnd n stateroom con
verted Into n wlldornoBs ot plllov i, bed
olothos nnd clothing.
Tlta llnfnrtlinnfn tinaannt,..! n -1 iA
evorv man. woman nml chili! nil ilia I
ship: "Have you seen ticket No. 1,001?"
Kotlcea were posted on the bulletin
board. ihf next day tho passenger
loot hla Identity. Hverybody called
him "1.001." From that time ho waa
known by his ticket number.
"Have you on Mr. 'LOOl,' to-day T"J
... . . . . S.
some ono would ask.
Then a docen
voices -reuld ask;
man or tho
After the big dluner Thanksglvlug
day, Mr. "1,801" gave up the struggle
and paid f in far hla passage. This Is
the way he figured It up:
"I have examined the first and see
ead eaWn pa seen go rs and know every
thing they fwasees. When I state that
tha New York customs authorities
won't get within a few thousands et
what Is due them I give expert testi
mony. "The steerage had 902 passengers In
It. It would take tne nt least three
days te examine them, and that would
bring me Into Sunday, and as wo ere
due Saturday, I guess I'll give It up."
When "1,001" left tho plsr yesterday
he waa better known than the purser.
Tha Meaneit Kind nf llutlneii,
Very few people among the general
publle know that a certain class ot
small breksra and atlek and umbrella
sellers of linden, who have not get
regular shops ot their own. make quite
a living out ot the ealea ot articles left
In railway carriages and watting rooms
and eubttquently disposed ot at auc
tion. The quality of merey Is not itraln'dt
It droppeth. as the gentle tain from
t'pon the jdace beneath.
Nothing growt to fai,s trouble that
CIJAPIMS OP nOD AND QUN,
Why l)n I.nir Mm Uhnnn Harriett of
AVHy to Darn Mr lug T
"There Is one thing I don't under
stand," MM the old fisherman, "and
that la why so ninny men who are born
lazy take up fishing as a way ot getting
ig. Now. take tar town on tha
a of tho Atllroiidacks, for In-
. and you will find In It a man
or two. or even moro, who llvo by fish
ing almost entirely. They fish morn
ing, noon nnd night, nil day long nnd
nil night, too, sometimes, and thon soil
the! trout at iO or 10 cents a pound.
They are tlrcder whon night cornea
thnn If they hnd heon working their
farms. Thoy havo expended moro
pounds ot forco than n carpenter or
oven a blnoksmlth. Tho reflection qf
tlio sun on tho water has blistered
their faces painfully, and tho chances
nro Hint they hnvo eaten only a bit of
brftid nnd hard-boiled egg for lunch.
In tho cold days of early spring, Just
after tho season opons, thoy nearly
froexo, but ask ono about Jt and ho
eoys It Is tun. All tired out, ho sinks
back In his chair nfter his day's fishing,
smoking n plpo, nnd tho chances aro
with n smllo on his fnco that tolls ot
Konulno comfort. Ho Is r willy happlor
nftor his hnrd dny'a work than nnybody
I ever saw utter his regular legltlmato
labor. Now, what I want to know Is,
what Is thero about tho labor ot one
of those fellows that la so comforting?
I can't understand It a Ilttlo bit."
"Yos," said nnothor mnn, who hunted
Instoad of filling for fun, "I sco Just
sueh fellows whon I'm out hunting.
They'll carry n pack bnskot weighing
60 or 100 pounds fifteen mllos on tholr
backs, besides rifles and lending dogs.
Thoy kill n deer nnd oat somo of the
meat and sell the rest with tho bond for
$10 two weeks' work. Thoy will trap
turn nil winter, walking Ton or fifteen
miles n day over tho monnost trails.
nnd come out smiling, having made 2fi
or so cents n day on nn nvorage. Why,
I knew two men to hunt alxty days and
get fourteen foxes, worth at tho most
OS, but they smiled nt It nnd thought
thoy had dono well. In tho snmo tlmo,
working no moro hours n dny drlvlnc
n town, sitting down most of tho tlmo,
inoy would imvo innilo 112S nt tho low
est. Hut nftor nil, I guess tho only way
to iook nt it is mat thoy havo flftv
wcoka of vocation n year instead nf
two or four, llko us, nnd I don't boo hut
whnt thoy get ns muoh fun out of living
s wo do, or moro. It nil depends on
how you look nt It."
An Ansel Vfltlinut WIiik.
Ono of tho p-'.jlpnl decorative fen
turos of tho now city hall In Son Fran
cisco wns to hnvo been n great whlto
metal angel, with outspread wings,
polsod on tho top of tho big domo. This
ungel has been tho subject ot much
crabbed controversy betweon tho gruff
mayor, Mr. Sutro. and tho commission
ers. The mayor crltlolscd tho angel
severely and rather rldlcijled tho whole
thing. Hut tho big nngcl wno nt Inst
finished nnd rondy for hoisting to its
place on tho domo. Thon It was discov
ered that Its wings offered too much
...it . . . .
uu mincouiu mat uiey would un
doubtedly InMhe first high wind ptil
mo nngei down irom Itt perch.
shoulder blades wore too narrow for I'
wings to be properly braood. Ho
wlnga wore suwod off nnd n wlucirfi
ungel will surmount tho dome Ux
chance. Didn't t'ullnir Instruction!.
Irato Patron You ndvertlso to euro
consumption, don't you?
Doctor Yos. sir; I novcr fall whon
my Instructions nro followed.
Irnte Patron My hon took your mod
lolno for a year and dlod nn qour nfter
tho last dose.
Doctor My Instructions woro not fol
lowed. I told him to tnko It two yonrs.
tllvlnir Her n l on Cuba.
Tho young king of Spain recently de
scribed nn Island to his .geography
tenohtr as n body of land nlmojt en
tirely oecupled by Jnsurgonts.
POINTEttS ON FLOWERS.
Loosen the leaves and other winter
covering from nbont the hardy bulbs.
The beds for the atimmer plants may
now be thoroughly snaded and rartii.
ntn8UKh the plants must not bo
in I mil far uimn lln,. in .
... rwmo .una iu hjiiic no mai
ler how tempting and balmy nro tho
Don't be discouraged It the gat-den Is
ftnall; fertilise heavily now. and plant
tloeely a little later, and with oareful
Jlnnnlng a surHrlsJne nuaniitv of nn.
irs may be raised In oven The tiniest
Tho crocuses are now in full bloom,
ind nrany of the outdoor hyacinths
budded. Uut don't negteet them be
cause them teem so perfectly hardy.
Keep erergreeu bought and straw con
venient fer a light covering on cold
Now Is the time for ploutlng nnd
Iransplsntlng hartly shrubbery. Paok
iie earth firmly about the reels and al
ow oach bush tdenty of room to grow,
lee that all nev varieties are earefully
abeled fer future reference.
Remember .hat it Is not too early to
ilant the as.eet peas outside tho very
Irst day of Aon. and they should surolr
be planted betoro the middle ot this
tionth If tlmy f.re to make good growth
ml wlthiUiud the summer heat. Don't
tic In 'a hury about planting other
lower Md outside for soue time to
Tho pfonls aro now sending up thick
od stalka end sprigs or green Iris are
ormlng- tfclfty clumps lu the borders,
'-ooien tit soil about the clumps, then
ipread dry leaves or straw over tho
oosened earth. This loosening ot tho
ell Is very Important, aa the winter
covering may become so packed and
jard that the sprouting atalkt oaaiut
Tho Iron arnup of scrofula m no
morcy upon lis victims. This -demon
Of tin Mood la often not setliflell with
' n ,',r",Uul J1' ck Iho
J'.'V ,7 i- ? l,",,,11of l'iAtll
0,11,1 Snrwiirilm cures.
"Xiwmy tour years sgo I became, sf
Aided with icrolula snd rheumatism,
Running sores broke out on my thigh.
Pieces of bone came out sud sn operation
wai contemplated. 1 hsd rheumatism In
my Iocs, drawn up out of Bhpo. I lot ap
petite, could not steep. I was a perfect
wreck. I continued to grow worse and
finally gavo up the doctor's treatment to
toko Hood's SflManarllU. Boon oppctlto
came book; the sores eommeneed to heal.
My limbs itralgbtcned out and I throw
sway mj crutches. I am now stout and
hearty nnd am farming, whereas four
years njo I was n erlmde. I ul.dlv rco
oininend Hood'a Hfapirlfi' UltDAN
IlAMUONb, Table Orovo, IllltioU.
lithe One True PI.vmI lvrlnr AlhlniscinH. $.
Prepaid! oiilyt.y I Ih. .ti Lowell. Mas,.
c D!lt- "r "v"r m- to
r rlllS take. eMl onerste. t
Hever In th( llutory of this City Hu Any
Medicine ruformod Bach Bsmsrksbls
Cum at Hat Veno'i Oarstive Snap
snd Vena's Zlectrlc 71uld.
theio Two Itemeillea Mnke UheninnUe and
l'arulytle CrlpiiUa Walk nnd C'ur Weak- ,
lir.i, Catarrh, Mulitrla, Conttlpatloti,
Alt Ktonmcli and I.Uar Troubles.
7. It, Co!, Jiv, a 1'mnilnent Attorney ot
DftlUf, Inilnemi Y. MuntediHnier to
I17 VVno'a Itemeillea Wai Takon
front a Sick lied and Atari
Well bf Thsiu.
(Dallas Newt, November Uth.)
ronuori never ceas
aid a sentleman who
had uitd Vtno'a rem.
Jln 1 have doctored for
catarrh and Oyioonxin
for year, ha aia. With
out evn relief, but Ve
no'a (iratlvo Hyrua has
compktelr cured me.
Many res-ret ' Verio's tie-
pariure irom tJOJia,. nil
lecturoa nml uuroa huva
niBr'uncil thn attention
of i eryoariy for the loat
Jliren werha. Tho follow
Inc la n aitinpla of the
cura (Mirforined by ids
flihie nf Texn,)
rcusiij' uf i)llas)BS.
rtty ,f Hollas. ) .
In and for tha Htnta am
ior me, a nuiary
county aforacalri, W.
Munishelinr, who, lie
Inn by me duly aworil ae- t
coruiiiK 10 taw, uepoaea
and (i' that he had
iiucteu wun in-
ammatorv rheuniatlain for three woeki
Jul wiu cunftned lo hla ImmI for five dava.
and for. riuht duya waa entirely unable to
.li ill h, waa awouen in nenriy every joini
fniid vary weak. Ile waa treuted wttb
eno'a Jileclrlc Fluid and
vmo a cura
tive Hyrup, and In three daya after th
tlrat trentnitnt waa able to be out of bed
and walk around and now feela all rlcht,
entirely free from all pnlni. nnd walks
nbout oa well ua over. Jlla (Htfur la Mr,
At. Munttaheliner, a ncncralTmerchant at
-Ardmore. I. T. Tha fount; ntun
known by J. It, Cole. Jr , h pMimi
lorncy 01 imp city,
try Vano'a rcmo.llo:
who Induced him to
, M XV. MPNIKaHBIMBlt.
' Bwom to and aubecrlbed by tho aald w.
3duncahelmr In my preaanca this Uth
A. U..XM i
C. J VANfl, Jit.
iblio IMIlns Co., Ter.
riX'tt HYHIIH Is th
teat and only aolentlllo cur.
ently cures .malaria
ichlllu and feverl.
cure, catarrh, conitli-
tlin and liver (rouble. It trnvthena th
clears the brain, InvlKQratea tha
etomaon and punnaa tho blood, Icavlnx
jus III erfecta. ThU medicine has for u
y uio lamoi a unniiruuiiMi nui.r the
creat germ ritatroyer and blood purillar,
unci when mnl wlih
.vhkij'b rei.KCTHir ri.uiu will cum
the werat nnd mnit deaperais oaies o(
rbetimHtUm. pornlyala. aelntlea. neural
Hla and alt at ben and palna K'o home
Should I") without theie raeillelnea. They
aro sold at V) cant, each, twelve for tX
.Ak your drunalst to gat Venor rura
tlve flyrtip and vano's Electric I'tuld for
rt-ItAN' CIltT.T. rfnn roilttvelr stops
chliia In ono night fc At dmir etorts.
The Columbia falsi guc u not a mere
price -Um. It gun ronuniitig reawm
why all who love pk-a.ur? sn i comfort in
bicycling ihoald Kite l
8TAHDNND OP THE WORLB
to all alike
Your knowlslge ol bicycle
makli wt!J jmw bjr itad
Ing tbla micretung hoes.
I'rae (rrwi IIm ( ,-laml,U sn or by
wall liumnt lur i o 4 c'ltttunH.
POPS Mfg. Co.,Hirtfofd,Ceei.