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The Flying Dutchman.
BY CAPTAW MAMYAT
C'll APTRK II. (Continued.)
"You hnll have your three, guilder
hikI a half, ami your vial to boot. Mr.
lStot,' replied he, m be roM from off
"T- ye; I know you mean to par
me if im inn. Hut, Innk you. Myn
heer l'liliip. It mny he oine tlnw be
fore you nrll (ho cotlHRp. You mar
not Unit a uiomer. Now. I never wlah
to be hard upon people who hnvo n
money, and I II Ml jrmi What I'll do.
There Ik nonicthlna cm your mother'a
neck. It Ik of no value none at all.
but 10 a good Catholic. To help you
In your atralt, I will take that thing.
hihI then we ahall bo rjult. You will
have paid me, and there will be an
-urn! o( It."
Philip IM.ned calmly; he knew to
what the lit t If miser had referred
the relic on hi mother' neck; that
very relic upon Milch hi father wore
th- fatal oath. He felt that million
of guilder would not have induced
lilin to part with It.
'Itavi the hotiM," nnawered ho,
nliruptly "Leave It Immediately. Your
money ahall Im paid."
Now, Mynheet- I'oota, In the llrat plnce,
itnew that the aettlng of tho relic,
which kx in a aquarc frame of pure
KiM u woith much morn than the
Minn il ii- tn It'.tn, hp alio knpw thnt a
liirM pr.x- lii'il liecn pnlil for thp rail'1
It -til f, .iii.l n at that limp audi a relic
wa r.nnllrjl viry vnlunblc, hp had
no Mir 1 1 I. it that It would again fetch
tl (oni'li rab.p aum. Templed by the
eight if it w'n-n hp entered thp chain-
'ber of .l. a'h, hp had liken It from the 1 awr waa returned, Indulged In strong
eyee around to eee If any means offered
for hla forcing hla entrntic Into th
house. Hut a th habitation of the
doctor waa lonely, every precaution
had been taken by blM in render It
secure against robbery: the windows
below were well bnrrlraded and e-
tired, and thoae on lb tipiter atory
were too high fur any one to obtain
admittance by them.
Th door wa strong, and not to be
forced by any menus which presented
themselves to the eye of VnHdenlech
rn. for it few inlntitoa lie panted to
consider, and aa he redacted, ao did his
nnger ool down, nnd lie decided that
It would be aulttclent to recover hla
relic without having recourse to vio
lence. Ho he called nut, In n loud
"Mynheer Toole, I know thai you can
hear inn. (live me hack what you have
taken, and I will do yon no hurt; but
If you will not, you mum tnke (to
ronaequenre, (or your life ahull pay the
forfeit before I leave till spot."
Thla pech wait Indeed very plainly
heard by Mynheer Pools; hut the little
nilaer had recovered from hla fright,
nnd thinking hlmaelf swore, could not
make up hla mind to aurrendor the
rellr without a alruKgle, ao the ilortor
answered not, hoping that the patience
of I'hlllp would be exhausted, and that
I mime arrangement, atich aa the ene
rlflce of a few guilder, no amall mat
ter to one no needy aa I'hlllp. he would
he able to nerure what he waa satis
l)d would aell at a high prlre.
anderdeekeu, milling that no nn
neck nf tlx' i orpae. and It waa thon
actually iitn rated In hla boeora; ao he
"My offer la a Rood one. Mynheer
Philip and you had oetter take IU Of
what uie la aueh traah?"
"I t. li you no!" cried Philip In n
UVii thn, yon will let me bare It
In my iii-.m'oii till I mn paid, Myn
In .-r ii i decken that U but fair, I
inuat not li ne my money. When you
bring n.e my three gullderH and a half
an I tin' Mai I will return It to you."
I'hlllpH iiiillgimtlnn whh now without
liiiiinilt. He viced M)nlnir Pool by
ttn ndlar and threw him out of the
il'iir "Away, Immediately," cileil he,
or by "
There wm ho orenalott for Philip to
Tlni-h the Imprecation. The doetor
li.i l haatened away with auch alarm
tl .t he fell down half the atepa of the
faiiiaae and waa limping away acroaa
tin- I. ridge. He atmoat wlahed that the
rill' had not been In hla poeaeaalon:
tm i hla audden retreat bad prevented
Mm, even If ao Inclined, from replacing
P on the corpae.
The reenlt of thla conversation nat
urally turned I'hlllp'a thouiihu to the
relic, nnd he went Into hU mother'
room to take mhchIiiii of It. He
.'.i'ti"l the rurtiilna the umc waa laid
out I c rut forth hU hum! to untie the
M.n k 1 1 bin n. It waa not there. "Hone!"
ex talrm I Philip. "The hardly wotil I
i:ie f muni it never would It inuat
Im- thui illuln Poota wretch! but I
v!ll hi - It even If he haa awnllowed
It. tbn'iKh I tear hint limb from limb!"
Philip li.uted down the atalra, ruah
pl nut ft i lie houae, ce,in-i the moat
at one bound and, without -oat or bat
l- a-n in the direct Ion of the dor
tm's 1 . ti! reaidenee. The nelghbora
miw htm nn he paaaed them like the
I nil; they wondered nml (hey abook
their ieH. Mynheer Pixita waa not
inure t'uin half way to hU home, for
lie had hurt hla ankle. Apprehenalve
of whut tiilaht poaalbly take place,
nlnnild n I n theft be dlmotered, be Oe
iiiitlnnulU looked behind him; at
length in il horror, he beheld Philip
Vamlei ! i I ' ti at tt dlatHliie. bounding
on In Kirmilt o( him. Krlghtened al
inot i'it of hU aeneea the wretched
pilferi r luirdly knew how to act; to
atop eiil mirrender up the atolen prop
.rt t-i. iii rlmt thotiKht. but fear of
Validi pi ki H'h tlolenee preenled
lii in In' ili i Med on tuklng to hi
lie. U. Mi i. hoping to gain hla houae
ui.,1 I u :ide hlmaelf In. by which
mean he would lie In a condition to
ki-' p nlon of what he hud atolen,
or at ' -' make mme (.run ere he
Mvnlmr Pool a had need to run faat,
ii ml " In illd. hi lliln teg bearing
lil ihriclei form rupl'lly ot the
iirouiiil l'ii I'hlllp, who when he wit
neaa i iln' iloctor'a atii tnpt to eaiape.
waa 1 .ii iniitlnied th.it lie waa the
'i'pr I.iiitilnl hi- I'lertlona and
1'ipid - .in '' up with iii- bane When
libit liutnlied i iIm of hla on
itmir MiJu-er Pool tn unl the tMiund
l!ig adpr nf I'hlllp gelu upon him. and
be at" H'K and leaped In hla agony.
Near i r Jtt'il nenrer itlii t lie atep. until
at Ian I" In anl the very breathing of
lila ptiraiK r nnd Pottle ahrleliiil In hi
fear, III.'' 'lie hare In the Jaw a of the
yreyh" itxl Philip win tint a yard
from t i'n Ma arm wax '.utMn-t. heil
when I inl-i ri ant droi'i I inn p u -
lyce l uith terror, and 'In Impetui uf
Vandi i -I" ki n t ho Hla-ait tbttl be
Iiaae! -i hi- body, tripped, and nfter
tring in ain to recover hi equilib
rium, ) fil and rolled over aad over
Thla tiw.l the little doctor; It aa
like tb double of a hare. In a aecond
he waa again on hla lege, and before
Philip could Hae and again exert hi
epeed. Puuta had entered hla door and
U.lta-I it within Philip waa. however,
determined to rewtaeeea the Important
ttuure; and aa be panted be cut hi
I inert he, and then decided tipou ttieaa
tire certainly In themtelves by no
There waa part nf n amall itark if
dry fodder atandlng not far front the
liotiae. and under the wnll it pile nf
wood for firing. With Hi tee Vnnder
deeken reaolved iihiii tieltluK Are to
the houae. nnl thui. If he did not gulti
hi rellr, ho would at leaat obtain
ample revenge. He brought aevernl
nrmfuta of fodder and laid them at the
door of the house, mid ukhi that lie
pllcil the fagota and log of wood until
the door waa tpilte concealed by them.
He then procured n light from the
tdeel, flint and tinder which even
Iiutchman carrlea In hi pocket, nnd
very noon he fanned the pile into a
Hume The amoke naceuded In col
umna up to the rafu-ra of the nmr.
while the rlrc raged below. The door
waa Ignited, and w.i inldlng to the
fury of the tlamea. and Philip hout"l
with Joy at the aime of hla attempt.
"Now, miserable deapoller of the
dead now, wretched thief, now you
hall feel my vengennce," cried Philip,
with n loud voice. "If you remain
within, you perUh In the tlamea; f ymi
atiempt to com out, you nbull die iiy
my lianilx. lo )ou hear, Mynlu'er
I tx do you hear?"
Hardly had Philip concluded thla nd
drea. when the window of the upper
Moor furtheat from tho burning dour
waa thrown open.
"Ay you come now to beg and to
entreat; but, no- no," cried Philip
who atopped aa he beheld at the win
dow what aeetned to lie an apparition,
for Inatead of the wretched little inlaer
he beheld one of the lotelleat form
Nature ever deigned to mold an an
gelic creature of about alxteen or aer
enteeu. who npiieared calm and reao
lute In th mldat of the danger by
which ahe waa threatened. Her long,
black hair wa braided and twined
around her beautifully farmed head;
her eye were large, Intenaely dark,
yet eoft ; her forehead high and white,
her chin dimpled, her ruby Una arched
nnd delicately Ihe, her noae amall and
atralgbt. A lovelier face could not be
well Imagined; It reminded you of
what the beat nf palntera hve aome
t line In their more fortunate mo
menta, atineeded In embodying, when
they would repreaent a beauteuua
aalnt And aa the tlamea wreathe)
and the amoke burnt out In column
and awept paat the window, ao might
h have reminded ou In her calm
nem nf dnieuor of aome martyr at
"What wonldet thou violent young
man' Why are the Inmatea of thi
houae to Milfer duiHi ! our meana' '
Km ii few xeiomU Philip mied. and
'i'Ul'1 make no reply, tlieti the thought
ilcil him that In hla vengeance, he
waa iilmiit to aacrlllce to much lovell
ma. He forgot eterythtng but her
l.iiiair and aelilng one of the large
"Ii - nlilrh he had brought to feed
'tn- tl.iini' he threw off und acatlered
1 In i iu dlrei tloo the imining maac.
! uuiii Hoiking wa left which could
hurt the building but the Ignited door
Helf, and ihl . wbb h aa yet for It
I waa of th'ck oak plank-had not uf-
fered very material Injury, he aoon
redmed. by tieatlag It with clod of
1 lartb. to a amoking and harmlcaa
tale. Iiurlpg theae at live men urea
on the part of Philip the young maiden
watched him In alienee
"All 1 afe now. young lady." ld
Philip. "Uod forgive me thAI I ene'tld
hate rlaked a life ao rreclou. I
thought but to wreak my vftaceaaee
a Ho Mynheer I'oota "
"Ami what rauee rta Mynheer PosH
have give fur amh dreadful venge
ance" replied the maiden, calmly
"What taut, young lady? He vame
to my hnttee deipolled the dAd
teak from my Mothor'a corp'ie a rail
"Deti polled the dead ho urol7 can
not- yon mnet wrimi? him, young lr,"
"No, no. It I th fnet, Indy nnd
that relic forglvo me but that relle
I mnet have. Yon know not v?hnt de
pend upon It." ,
"Walt, yonng ilr." replied tho maid
en. "I will noon return."
Philip walled e.rnl mtnutee, toit
In thought and Admiration; eo fnlr a
creature In the haute of Mynhoer
Psata! Who could lio ho? While
thua rumtoetlng. he waa acooeted by
the llver voice of the object of hi
reverie, who. lewnlim nut of tho win
dow, held in her hand tho blnck ribbon
to which wna attached tho article go
"Here la you reltr, air," tmld the
young female; "1 regret much thnt my
father should hnre done n dtmd which
well might Jiitlfy your nngerj but
here It la," continued alio, dnipplitR
It down on th ground by Philip; "nnd
now you may depart."
"Your father, maiden) can ho bo
your father?" anid Philip, forgetting
to take up tho relic which lay at hU
Bhe would have retired from the
window without reply, but I'hlllp
"flop, lady, atop one moment, until
I beg your forglvenee for my wild,
foolish net, I swear by thin eacred
relic," continued he, taking It from
the ground and raising It to till 1IM,
"thnt had I known that any tinnrfond
In k person had been In till houte I
would nnt have done the dnd, and
much do I rejoice thnt no harm hath
happened. Hut there I atlll danger,
lady; the door inuat bo unbarred, And
the Jamb, which att.ll 1 it re glowing, bo
extinguished, or the houte may yet be
burned. Pear not for your father,
maiden ; for had he done me a thoti
and limes more wrong, you will pro
tect each hair upon hi head. Ho
know me well enough to know I keep
my ward. Allow me to repair the In
Jury 1 have occasioned, and then I will
"No. no; don't trust him." said
Mynhoer Pool from within the cham
ber. "Ye, lie may be trusted." replleil the
daughter; "and hi eervlre are much
needed, far what could a toor, weak
girl llho me, mid still weaker father,
do In this strait? Open the door, and
let the liov.i.f bo urndu secure." Tho
matdoii then ndilroHaed Philip: "Ho
ahull open the door, lr, nnd I will
thank you for your kind orvlo. I
trut ontlrely to your prtimUo."
"I never yet was known to break
my word, maiden." replied Philip;
let htm be quirk, for the llamas are
buratliig out again."
The door waa opened by the tremb
ling Imiula of Mynheer Poata, who then
mnde a hasty retreat upstair, The
truth of what Philip hid ald wa then
apparent. Many were the bucket of
water which he waa obliged to fetch
brfore the fire wa n"l'e ailbdued; but
during hi exertion neither the daugh
ter nor the futlier mnd" their nppoar
When all waa anfe. Philip Moaed the
door, and again looked up at the win
dow. The fair girl made her appear
ance, nnd Philip, with n low oheitunce,
aured her that there wa then no
"I thank you elr," replied he"!
thank ynu much. Your conduct, al
though haety at the tlrt, haa yet been
"Assure your father, maiden, that all
animosity on my part hath ceased, and
Hint In a few days 1 will call and t
Isfy the dcmajid he hath agnlnst me."
The window closed, and Philip, more
excited, hut with feeling altogether
different from those with which he had
eet out, looked gt It far a minute, and
then bent hi step to his otii eot
(To be continued.)
(JUNFBDErtATB PBNSION BILL,
f t'ullTeitnf tUa.Mtniur. na I'minlby Ua
Legiilntura nnd AppruvaU l y Ilia
JlSfcuLJ?" !!rt"er lh-re teal! be
pe. 10. a eHty Jinlur altflll h Mbmed
L!SL "C wJ,ir tp heartnij na
pMhw . and taklRff prper ihtHn. mM t ee to
Ut tM by ; the ap titeant. aad before brar.
!" 'RPlleaMea la bad thereim; prnvldid,
lja all fee a reeelvrd br aoefc eeenty Jd
shall be reimrted a mher feet or ottlee, awl
be nlherwlae enntmlleil lir th law m, it
now etlata, renlatlnt th fi-ei of emint I
Jndei and provPM fartlmr. that aald fee
nt two ilollar akali h the only fea allowed
jo the o Mttiy imlae tor all the work ; ,
friBl by Mm la eMalHlag ien.
trolltr, at leat wttrr In mcli rear.te Int- I
wan to the inunty Jmljea a prbitel llai of
pennnnira l their reapeellie oaMlia.
.,ri,"h.LlL",'"li,,K, Vfl eonMTtcuon.
Ufl,L'?r .peri.Ml uf at Itaat ' l'pMeatlo of the sran.t jnry. to forward t '
indisea ' ujajnei jiera of ti nnnty In which th
EE.H ."U''"'"'"' t flaht Hollar per
tea hi numnanv
uteatiL tne seme m
nr wb.-1, e.,w7 ',7 T'7".ar,
" . ' in m i noillier.
nt .alftaaii. -..iri wwiirHrnij pomifr
lllltft niffeal lltsi. I hile a.l.e.... t
JZ "WIT rh" n,,,' married,
ffl? JLU.V bi,Sf br"" ,MH"!. reeWenu or
INI Mfllft itf T. . Milieu lla.l. icii i
. "a m - -mwrnrt wail- rflf J. .TTt, HtlU
ITmITi l? .,.lt,l, '" feuvldeil, that
said it Id aboil nut eaceitl elajnt dollar nr
monitj; anil pmi, t i irthvr. that in the
event Ue mirac.riatlin made by the vtair
leMalainre for any one year (hall pn hi
aeaicbJiit to ;. In mil aa'd e.nalooa. that
II 'eliy nlmll not H t-teated a degcleuey
nniiMaBlIn a n talld clmtn agntnat the
Mate nf ret, and eu b peiialourr thall
t.Mlf revelve hi pru rata aei nllnx to th.
untotiht approt'rtated fur Ihil y.ar.
. Si?:r ,",B!' J'PMcent for a tx-nalon un
iter tbi law ahall make application In aril
lac mil under onth f..r tb- Mine to tin
eoanly Jiiilfe of Ilia couruy of hla ur h-r
reetdetiee. Htieh appllcatlun ahall atate the
nnma, use and n adieu. nf apiilliani,
nd hla or her w -nptllon, If able to enaaae
In e; hi or her phrtlu.l it.iulltli.a. n tell
".lb ,eoiuny and rerlment In wbleb be
niif hl In Dm (.nnfe.lniat aniiy, or wli'm
Leaerved In the Confedrrsie navy, ami time
nf aarvlee In each eaae; u'lietber or not th
applleatit reoetrnl any mmiihi .h- veteran
il'-fialloti land eerttH.aip innlvr any tire ,ua
law; a llat uf tb real ami tierwinal pion
rrtv ouin.,1 lit' it, atm.iMAMi M...i ii... ...
f lit valiia if lt tain, ami what prnjerty
MM.I lu la . l T. l'i " " "
rilnl rmtx ra on tile In hla ottlea roe- '
nec'ed with an atiplhatlon fot a penalea. I
w hich mi grand Jury may ilHlri 1 1 Invea- I
Hsaii'. anil amh .oril. a, with their e.irrert- ,
atteatitl hy the romptnllrr, ah ill hva 1
the aanie foeeo auil value In law ihal th I
rlajlnal paiera wnnld liai - had. I
ae, 13, Sn iMra,,n ahall, wbll nn Inmate I
f the Teiaa I'nnfeili rate llniuc. ii.,r ahall '
any p raon while iiinflnnl In anr of tk
aylnnia of thla atate at Hi ctpi-na" i.f the
late, i.r innniii'il In tin- atnti p nit. Hilary
to aatlafy a Jiioik lit of enni letlon. n-. clrt
1 -lialuM utiiter thla act, ami nnr p.rann
hnlng hien arniitii a petialmi nn,!nr the
imUi,M of llil. a.. I nn-l after In- ..mra an
Inmate of anhl Imine, ahull, wlill.- -n.'h In-
iiiale. forfeit III. Hi.,rti, Ii l 1 it x Inland' it
that no piraon linll al the a time re-
I'llv.. ueneltta fioin Imth aoiireea: and HO
pervin. while a ri-at.l,.iil f nnr other aiRta ,
act "r "''" llri'w I"'"" wndi-r tbi
eVe. 11. Tbut for the yenr In-ilnnln Oct,
I, 1JKI. and enilliiK Hept. Oil, llm. Iher. I
npprnprlaieil Hie antn nf one Inindrwl thou
and dollar fr the pnrpiM' i. ttUnated
In Ihl bib, and that for th vi-ar liee'nnliiir
not. I, ttari. ami inlln "'pi .lit. llll. that ,
1 hetfai Isaa aiitieiLHi lt 1 1... .. a.i I... j a i
..... nii'iriiiin I ' 1111 IT f nm ni
me hnndreil anil flfiy thmianml itnllir, the
It docs not mntter so much what
your neighbors next door are a what
those noroMtho woyj happen to be.
I'ranr' New I'ratlitant.
The now pronldont of France I calm,
anno and n trlllo bourgeolH. Ho lookn
llko n man who would lnfuo Into
French politic" as much vigor a Hoe
tottor's Stomach Hitter will Into tho
run-down system of nnynno who ues
it. It I nn nbiolulo euro for all atom
Bonio pcoplo think n ithow la Rood bo
cnuao tho lilll so declnre.
44 Keep to Your Place and
Your Place will Keep You. ' '
Without good health we
cannot keep situations or en
joy life. Most troubles origi
nate In impure blood. Hood's
Sarsaparllla makes the blood
rich and healthy, and will
help you 44 keep your place. ' '
Built Up -"Wna tired out, bad no
appetite until I took Hood's flaraaparlllrt.
It built me rlitlit up nnd I enn cat heartily."
AIM l. JIAUKII, AIIIOI, 1ia.
and tT. vain, thereof' tbit "h applh-Mt SL"",' . ,K "' ,m" t f-mda he.
ba wild er wmveyeil within two year, prlir1 .'iSflS?.'0 ' ' !Tn"rV 'e'enne hi ih; atnt
to ilia itai of .uh . ,,.n. i ... .'. i.. i ' reoatirr net otherwlm, aniintirtatil: nro-
liieenie he receive. If any; and ahall fitr- I Poi ih.'S.'.''uw .'f'
ther atate tlmt the applicant I In hidUmii 1 , Lah .iZJlL L'l'V of :V 11 Bl"l U.,;",1I
clreinnlaiice nml la not able, hy h, Hr ber JmIiSSITj'iS. f."!' ,,"!,l"r"",'r Vf
lalmr. to earn n utift; ptovldnt. that the Htiu.ft "-"i vtn r,,,r,,", "n"ttHl
nord" nllaent." within Hit niea.i:nu of thla JlrnprUnil for each year amon: tb pen
law. ehallUcouatruelj l.rni"i7. ..S. who i rZhu'';!'':;.!'1 Hf VAT UX b,7
In actaal warn and d.tltnie of property I J ,' f'i'V C ,!ir,viJi',V.I ll,,'i.i'J".-;""L,-,iol.l.ff
and meani of Mithfaietice. nnd tba Hie ap.1 .VaaViVtt ir .Iiiill. hi i1!?. fr.': . ?' "
pllcnnt has flot iranaferreil , other any ,1 'h eZ.t...r "'u 'tlL'!
pro-rty nr tain, of any bind, for the pur 5 CI 1 ' Lj ' VZVT. J' . '.V1.1 "I m1
ttoae llf lavlto n li..nalUla,.. ..,..! ,1.1 J "'). '"Jl1" ' Nrat lly of U. toher llllll
Uw. and that u.i ni.nl h ani never , a .rte.il .lp.rli."r. ri..,,,,' !. "'"' eaUWIrtmeat of
llood'a till, cut liter nil. than.m iriuailn and
oiilr cailianla to Uk with llmKt'i NartapaillTX.
narv to linMlll,.B a fwrllM,.alM .tf illM.lirtrM lo
rnW to reeeh-e a renlon umler thla net;
and atlll further, that aieli applliaiit I an l
l aa Imhii coiillniioiialr alme llii- llral day of
January, two, a Imhi nl- n-ahlent iltlaen
nf l hla atate, or that he oriilh.illy enllatiil
In the I'otifedi'rate aerlee from the atat of
Ti'X.i-i, and na at the ilale of i : )tit-igv
if thla act a Im Ki reablent eltlren of
the aisle of Tela, mil. In ntMlll. to the
f'in'sobiir, eai'h male nppllcatit ahall furihei
atate tbe time be rtiilreil aueh aerrh e anil
the enmmaml he a. rtetl In. He ahall fur
lilah the teallmnny of at leaat two criilllih'
wltiioage who m ran'inltv kuon tlmt b en
llaliil in the iiti I''" and perforined I he .In
.., n ,-, ... I..,,..,, r Hiumi oy 111,11,
nnd that he la tumble to anpttort hlmelf In
Hec, li. (I
M'ln proihled for.
em-y i Ian !.
WANTED PAUL TO TELL HIM
Xjiiloua About tha Nlatn of till AiicIjaI
A man of tho north slilo saw a mn
cullno momber of tho human rueo turn
bio down on tho eldewnlk tho othor
ovenlng. hopololy Intoxlentod. 1)1
Riistod at tho sight, he wu about to
ims on unhoedftil of his nelKhbor'
misfortune when the story of the good
Samnrltnn Hashed aero hi mind and
Ubor nf nnr aort. He .hi I U furn al. 1... , " aT" . ' ' "A"1
lihrali Inn of hl eoiimr , , . , ..' """" lu "" "Bruuiy
..I...I.. .I ....llal ... llUltlflll tin nn...u,...l ,1...
,r,ii tiy n ri'ionnoii- piiraii inn oi iu ronniy i , , " -
ahnivlHl hla iin-t lae phyalnil e.ie.dlllill nml 'luipflll. Hn ncooHU'll tllO fallen ona I
iiia-.iinj io iiiinir ii nnr ""r or rninna anil nIStcl htm ti lila nnel.i.tt n,.l
anil'ileiit In rnrti a upprt for hUna-'f. and ,, '' lo tinsUindy feet,
If he I nnt alviy year nid. when. whire,HIIU ""or much poralatont Intorrlcw
r"'!i'0.w ""!' iKviirrid. ail.l .r.f lug siiccotlod In nacortnlnlnir tho num-
iw iiimiir irt'iiiit' tnc i iiimir liiiiLrfe in i nn i. a a
...... . . r . ' utir fir my hnnia ni.iti.. i. ..ii.a
i Mir of llii n iiIiIk m 't .if itl- ttlln.'MliB
The jiapeia In the rnee a. made Iiy the
ennty Jndfc ahull 1h. aiihmlttml to the
cniinty eemti laah ni ra cf hla i"mntr at n
ri'iddar term of their eonil. ami ah.ill le up
pnnitl by them, nnd th-y nr- hereby mi
tleirlaeil In auinmon and "XiimIih' wltlie.a-a
..IllMl.la Ml- Iknu l. .1.
Jildlfe aa nlH,e provided fr. If l.i their lllmt CUllr. "I tvnti'f I, n.,,1 1. 1.. .
'"'""niiy nr 'Hn ii. . ,trUl(. , ..., ;"" "
,,.., , irvMUl MI 111 HI
- ninial IIU I'llUhUl
hla Rwnylng companion, nnd wa ro
wnrdttl on tho dnonitep by it volloy of
thanks and n tnot Importunato Invl
, tntlon to onior and tnko a drink. "No,"
responded the modem Samaritan om-
ein.iii'iiiii a aiaiofiuoiia a. .)..,, . - ,
nut and proven. It ahall Im- ihi- di.ir of t la -ronnt
v jndte ni d of th' e. 'mi'la,',, e-.'
"irt tn Mki' down tl ,..i,, in urplpa
of nil wllmaaca exniiiltu d by Hem. or el t.,'r
f Hum, which al.ail ln done .in.l.r th
dip 'tt. of the .'iiin i.r jmltr,. til,.'! inki'ii
befoto him and motor il... .tlr.Mn .i..
eomiiiU.I,.iara nh. n tnki'ii li. for lli ni. bronchi ma In m. .Iiu.r "
whl.'h klinll Im pitld for I.r Him nij.ti'iiii nl
the mi,' of Die cent per lini.tr. d word-,
pro. Id.-, I I In,. Hie ii'.lli .-ml N iinili..rl d
to hii.' audi cildeiice ink. 11 n ,y ,4
r,lt"ih. i, or by an. h otlirr i cra..n aa he nmr
employ nn. I. r tl ..n.rii' i i.r i.t.-rti en t
to a"iire hla tu'iialon: nnd Provided, lint in
ample and Hot to bed as qulekly a
yotl CRtl." "All rl.li, ,'iiu, t .
muttered the tipsy boat, drowsily. "Hut
tell me your name, anyway. I wnnt
to know the name of the man who
As hi elo
quence and volco were waxing In
strength the Samaritan thotiKht I
wisdom to comply In Mime way with
hi nsaoclate's desires, nnd at the same
time nail no Intention to reveal his
Paul u my name," ho
1-.-. . .. . i w 'o" o', umv uau no
treat er fee ili.ii. herelimfier provld.d ahall awn i.i.,ii.
lie char md I.r ... li ml..ri.,. ,.r r......,, own Itientliy.
.V.Ve'L n',l,11,1,'", , ottntv i.t t . nuswored nt lut In compromlan, turn-
evl,.'.!.;,::.r":,h.,n l:nrtrTuiZ'l,nl Z ,B 10 "ow ! "Con., hero,
eotnuii.aioiiera ahall r. rttfjr ti naWr i IHtul," oogerly called the other man nt
rate. !Ptei Vaap.. ".r; vts: one;, back "" nn,wsr ,ho
detiee after the aaii.e have to'.-n apprnvoi ntstlon I ve had It In my mind to
ifAjrtit.'as! .:ntrw:,,.,.!loX!"k1 !ir1,ar,,:.,,,,,nu,'" co,,Un
comptroller of public aco.unt. of the at" U61 lH'rMlvly, "did yotl ever get an
of Teaae It ahall be th.. ditty of ancb I JWlSWOr to your lotler to tllO KllllO'
eoinplndler In apiHibit a c,.t,.nt mxain. alnna"
who alMll he an e(.f,infeeme ao'dler or ,,an"1
aaJI'if. and who ahall he i. a fnaf d aa pan-!
alon elerh. and who ahall enter mmn Id d. .r.....,. .
11m ln me.llteljr aft.r amh aiit. lnin.ent I TEMPERANCE THEIR TB3T.
and the paaaaae of thla net. ami ahall take' .
cbarae nt acenntil and mailer iM rtalnlnal ,,0" 'lnd lllrl Won't .Marry Mi
THE OLIBNT OOBVBP OUDGDS.
UlrinanciMU l'ruliiUnl to 1Mb IIU liitla
Mire and Hid Ho,
M. Oaorges Ciemenceau, who has
benn so prominently Imfore the pub
He In tbe Dreyfus affair as editor uf
the Aurore, told us a gootl atory In the
chamber of deputies tbe other day,
ay To-Day. Year ago. when be waa
the mayor uf Mart re and at the tame
time a deputy, he opened a dispensary
In th quarter, where advice waa given
free, for Clemenceau I a specialist In
akin disease. One day he noticed that
he had Jut one hour In which to get
hi luncheon and go down to the
chamber, where he had to Interpellate
tbe government. He called bis assist
ant and aald: "How many more pa
tient are there waiting?'' "Blx," re
piled the man. One after the other
had hla caae diagnosed, and Clemen
ceau, after another glance at hi
watch, aald; "Tell tbe other two to
undress at once, as I have only two
more minute to wait." One entered
and Clemenceau wrote out a preacrlp
Hon In the twinkling of uu eye Tbe
laat man came In a naked aa the diy
when he waa born. Clemenceau eyed
him for a mlaut and then aald: "You
are suffering from no akin dlaeas.
What have you come here to worry
me for?" The man looked at him
aghast for a minute and replied
"lain dlaeas? 1 never said I had ji
Mm dbmaae. Yaur man came and told
me U undress, monsieur le depute, aad
I did as. All I wanted to ak you Vras
to Haa your UHiuenee to gat my slater
a ataae In the poatogk In Algeria "
Clemenoeau smiled, took hi name aad
did wm hi lnftuenee.
to ltd set, and ahall keep a llat of the ap
raieania inr tcnaion. wnt to the conn,
roller and who ahnll, with ami under th
direction nf the comptroller, enandep all
, nppllealbin for nenalona caraftitiv and ib .i
etuhly. and ahall aee that ancb annll at om
, are made In atrlet eomnllnne- with the p-n-vlabtna
nf thla set. and aueh penalon i-erk.
with and ajader tbe dlrectlnn nf th nn..
troler. aba 1 1 lta utmn the vallditr nf r.ic,
claim. Itarli female nmillcanl ahall iat
tbe name nf her deeeateit hnatian.t. tbe dale
nf ber marrlaaw ami the dale of hla death' i
that aty la nnmarrled. and haa a. r maPed
"nee the death nf her hiiahand. fur wh.ae,
tervlea ahe claim a penalon: nnd ahall fur-1
ir ' ?f 'ciirvicir a an eaa b
.time h.-r aald deeeaaed buahand rend -ml
k aueh rTlee. and the command he aerved
la, and any other aee.aallile etldenee that
nmr prove or dlaprore the right nf the ap.
tdleant le claim a penalon: and the comity
ptdee mar require ether proof of tho alatr
mania made In atu-h anpllealbm. and If. In
lib. nplnlon, the applicant baa not eatab
IbHied hi or her leant rlabt to a penalon,
then h ahall rafua- aald nmllcatlon, tnd
file reaann tl irefor In Id ortl.e
g.e .1 No wtdnw aball be -ntltl .) to a
nenalwn ahould her Imahand If llrlnx. b ila
bsryed by reaaon of hi Inability o i-omp'y
I with I La aanillallaa h.u.ll....l . 1. 1 ...
... ,,, twin ! , aa
im wa aaricr
Vtrtio Touch l.liiuor,
Tho white ribbon I the bn.Ko of a
llttlo aottlemont un I.unR Iilund and
temperunee rules the town. "We do
hereby severally und collectively agroo
never to marry men who drink. They
must sign tho pledRe before (hoy auk
u for our hutnls." This platform has
been adopted by the girl of the little
Long Island town of UroanporL Th
men have dropped tholr drinking ways
nnd they are all eating clove. The
saloonkeepers, seeing nothing but ruin
In slebt, hnvo appealed to the girl to
clung their inluiU. but they dcetara
ioey win not. The girl trut for th
iiippresalon of drunkeuneee was organ-
Ized at the home of Mr. 8. I). Ilorton i
In Flint street, areenport A total
abstinence society was formed and tho ,
members announced that they had 1
agreed to boycott drinkers roatrlmon-'
(ally. Mm. Cora 11. Sherry, the late
' , , . 1" w..n i r r nr. awiwiaiir Ul I UV WUirlnil I WflTK li a KM rtm
granted t. say soldier or nil ,t wh . e.ar n.. w . 7i. V f .
deaerted the Tonfederate cauae. er to in'h, mMt o( l" w- c- T- v - a a ipeach ,
dejeriej'a widow. paving the way to thla ataxd. Mrs.
See. 4. The ; eomplmller ahall draw bill HorUin said that tha anlv nlt.a
rrarraal for the sniouat at aeeh peaelon on ,. . , , ;H on'r P'wg ;
tba traainrar and hm ..(.!. . i.. aolUtelV reAUlriul fmm lliam ,l..k '
-w- ----- .. -- , ' -.a - 1 ... o Ma turn
"7 ."" F" '"e name oni nr any
money In the treasury wbl.h may be p
peoprUteit for thU purpoae.
Sec. R. The comptroller of thla atate
ball eanae to be prepared aad fun-lab-d (n
the count y judge cf IU atate n'-,-ea'sry
blank application for the uac of applicant,
for lb benegt of thla iet.
. fl. The oniidmlh r I b. reby rcaleJ
nllh riw-er and antlmrily. after th eiamla.
a I loo with lb penalon clerk, to approve or
reject the application of any annlieant for
Nn More "Ordinary" Nlreper.
Bom ,,mo ago the Pullman Com
pany, an experimental meauro. In
trodtic "Onllnary" slooplng car sr
vlco ot '.he llultlmnrn and Ohio llall
road between llaltlmore nnd Newark;
and Pittsburg and Ch(ro. The ro
nulta to tho ltallroad Company waro
very gratifying, but stibaequently It
wn ns,ertalned the Pullman Company
wa not In poltlon to ftirnlah thla
class of equipment to nil mud oper
ating Pullman car east of ChtnttKO
and St. liuU, and to allay any friction
that ml ht result from this Ine-- Mlty
of servlt, the Pullman Compan, re
qurmteil tbe llaltlmnrn and Ohio Hall
road In reatimo the standard cars pre
viously In service, which will be dono
commencing April 10.
Do rour jreot Aehn nnd TlnrnT
Shako Into your shoes, Allen's Foot
Kaso, a powdor for the feet. It makes
tight or Now Shoe feel Busy. Cure
Corns, llunlotiH, Bwollen, Hot and
SwetttlitK Foot. At nil Drugiilstr nml
Shoo 8turen. 35c. Sample sent FUHIJ.
Addro Allen 8. Olmitod, I.elloy, N. Y.
Nearly as much buliieas Is done by
cheek n h by rhock.
Whnt "Knlaninlnes" Are,
"Knliomlnos" nro chonp tomporary
preparations manufactured from
chalks, clays, whlllng, etc., and aro
stuck on tho wall with decaying nnt
nml kIiio. They benr no camparlton
with AlnbnHtlne, which Is n cement
thnt goes through a proces of setting,
and harden with age. Coiuunmr. la
buying Alnbnatlno, ahould see that the
goods aro In nscknges and properly
Inboled. Notuinu else Is "just as
Rood" a Alnbaitino. Tho claims of
new Imitations are abiiird on their
face. They cannot offer tbe test of
time for durability.
Matrimony Is defined aa a Joke wom
an plays or man.
Hlioald nlwnya lm drieil befur starching.
Apply "Kiinitle Htnrch" freelr to Iwth
tide, roll up tlglit with Umohi mble nnd
liiy naide twenty minute before Iniultig.
All gt ocet. aell "PnultlcM B larch," life.
Attend tn your own iffulr and lot
other people's aliiiio.
RELY ON PE-nU-NA,
W. II. D. Williams, publisher of Tho
Farmers' Industrial Union, In a recent
letter to Dr. Harttnan says: "I havo
tisml Pe-ru-nn as a family medlclno for
several years. I II ml It of ospeolal uso
for myself. I havo hnd sovoral tedious
spells with syttomlc catarrh nnd beforo
using Po-ru-na I had tried sovoral
lee In the C.mfederate army ' or
Med. an pension ahall ctr be
a I loo wj
a pea io. aa to blm as near i
li aiprovro nr anaii iae hi warrsat SI
lieovMed for la a-cibm ) nf ihla a
Baa T na, ihJ tliw al, . a...
. quarter the pcnaloair ah.ill make bla alldi
rlt, atallns tie- ."tiniy of hla r.'.l.l n.e and
f,Nif oitic iiniir-a nnd tlmt lie the Men
leal person tn nhnm a iil..n haa brnn
Bratited unit, r tl la l.i , nnd lh.ii the cnadl.
Il.oia a hi. la ,.l.l...l a, II. a
hi npidb-allon and '.n nh. I. the MiiaUui
aa orisinany granieit anil i,t which asl
itll ahall tie ai.tnoMe.l Ita fli.. ,a.l.,li !
of toUl nbsUnence, tbe other agree
ment Ming optional. The young men
of CJreeruHrt. u Is safj, are riot es-
peclally bibulous, but more of their
earnings go In liquor than tbe girl
trust thinks right. A story will be
made of the results of alcoholle .mar- ;
rlage and lectures will be given show
Ink the dreadful endings of homes In !
which the husband are drinking men.
Mrs. Horton declares that the men
must stop altogether, and would not
admit that they could Just take a "we
lllruvea Not Itaaoviilsa.
The lower hawe at th eonvoeatlon
AlMt ahall be ai.pporte.1 by the aduvt f f tb. church of HHKiagd ha DBd a
We other credible croa t.. th ,. fact. Bi . .7 . V . vu"'1 "
YmA wkl. l. i .... ,. . '? ..'i raaalyilaui iJaelaHnir that tha law nf
ftUm7.i';lsS. i!eVn?:r;L ch!"h ti.n.8t rw?u. ai.
trailer, and iia,n Hie Sling of tbe aun tbt
It ahould be the duty and privilege
of all Christian people to kelp their
fellow nu n Iter It Dawson, Prse-bytt-riap,
Urooklyn, N. Y,
did ahull iliaw hla warruul for ik.
qwar'rr found m ! du.-
lee. H. It ab i. I Hi. dnlr nf ha dlatrb-t
Ja4e of thU .1 it. t . raw- lull. Aarae the
Hand nry at -ir .! .u t irvestlast
VManon. nr tni. jaw A W PloUlb.H h.a lt, ....
ihaoih.fl;'.;!;i"a";; x?xzr;rtf. rMw o. me aroeabxk Pubno
tarn (ball net tn eafeivid by th court
anil nnWlniT tha 1,1 a bona tn HuVAta thain
Hlv ta ieewring aetian at parliament
to the end that the ohurati shall not
remarry dlvareed pereous.
Mr. W. II. It. William, Coiumbu. O.
other remedies with Utile or no sue
eee. Hut In Pe-ru-na I found a prompt
and sure cure. I alwaya keep tho
remedy which promptly relieves any
attack of the same malady.
"My wife also use P-ru-na. 8ho
find It of especial uie for severe spalls,
to which she Is subject Wo always
keep It In tho houio a a family medi
cine. Wo think tt an excellent remedy
for tho various Ills to which children
are subject, especially climatic dli
nase. Address Dr. Harttnan, Coium
bu. Ohio, for a free book on family
t'l ... -i
TV w l
a, Send your name and iddrtu on
noaial. and wt villi un.1 v.u i m.r (A. SI
t pace llluilritrd utiloeue (tec j
WINCHESTER REPEATINQ ARMS CO. I
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