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THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAU
PICKENS, s. c., THJURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1894. No. 40
0111c Im K Kst
Offce at n'. reoelecel===,
March 8, 1894.
JR. 0. Bowax. L. E. CanDRAUn.
IOWEN & CHILDRESS,
Attorneys at Law . c
Oct. 5. 1898.
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentst. Dr.
W. M.''N<,nwooi, Assistant., Ofnees
88J Main Street,. Grew1ile, 8. 0
Jan. 9, '92 . y
DR.J. P. CARLISLA, Dfntist o
yle, S. O. Office ' Adioh
McGee's Drug Store.
DR. W. F.- AUSTINt'
SENECA, S. C.
Will be at Central the 2nd. week and a
Pickena the 3rd. week in each month.
August 23rd. 194
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experience. Graduate from first
Schools-under patronage of highest Medi
cal authority, makes and properly adjusts
auy style Spectacles. Officoeover Dr. Ad.
,dison Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
June 2$, 18914.
If. E. HAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, Ja
L. C. THORNLEY.
MA0OOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livory, 7gd, 190 1&61 ZzbuItal1u,
Easley and Pickens, 8. C..
Carriages, Buggles. and Saddle Horses, at
SW- Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. B. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
M'IAib 0~i Onnhits M011m t:,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
g, C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you want the finest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
113 McBee Aveune Greenville, S. C
W- Crayon Portraits a specialty
I NOW HAVE rWO GOOD
TWO HORSE FARMS, for
which I want good Tenants.
C. L. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Oct. 1, 1894.
I Mean You.
I have waited long and patient
ly for what you are due me.
Please pay mo now, don't put it
off until next month.
3t. J. B. NEWVBERY.
U'OR SALE, A good Build
U.ing Lot, 0on Garvin street, con
taining one-half acre. Terms cash.
Oct. 11. JAMES RAINEB.
Waetches, Diamfods & JIWOI[Y,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The iRecord Broke Again I
We 2111 send one box of OURt LEADER
L1VER PILLS, (Twenty-fiye cents sizb,) to
any address, for lifteen cents. Try them,
noneheier. T. X.- . COMPANY
230 Main Street, Columbia,
.Has just opened all latest styles of
SrINli and Summer Milry.
At the lowest possible prices.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
April 19, 1894..
Iun is the only Illustra 'Ier publish
ad in South Carolina. It i a p 11I of
'wit and humor. Sent.td sir
months on trial fort went? five-cents. Send
stamps for sample copy and olub rates.
'Address Fun Publishing Oe, 230 Main St
C olumbia S.C0.
LEE P. ORR,
RBnEMAN BUILDING, PIcKENs, 3. C.
Am now ready to do all kinds of work n
yin. a jiesetanneous process and fiish
est prices possibmfor first-elans work.
.Tune 24, 3894. le
Irof. 3. K. I,00PER will teach C lasses in
music; th~e Course of Instructions will con
dist of Voice Culture Light Singing, Prac
tice of Church and Sunday School -Music.
Terms of Tuition for ten days as follows
Stadents in the elementary Harmony.
class, SI.50 each
Audulta not in Harmony class, 1.00 "*
Children from 12 to 15 years of age, 75 "'
Children 12 year. and younger, 50o"
,All private-and instruimental less.
*RSas 28 "
A. K. PARK,
Linens--Prices "way off, qualit;
su erb. All freeh new goods.
boylies from 25 cents to $3 a doz
Napkins from 75 cents to $3 a dox
Table Damask, wAhite and colored
from 25 cents to 61. 25 a yard.
*8Extra line henstitched Doylies a
25 yards extra heavy Shirting fo:
A few more ladies 12J cents Hos4
at 5 cents.
Flannel-All wool Red Flannel al
Extra heavy all wool Red Twilled
Flannel 15 cents.
Extra heavy all wool Medicatec
Flannel 25 cents.
10-4 White Blankets, $1 quahty
for 66 cents.
Best line of White Flannel in the
city at 26 per cent, under preseni
One lot of 25 and 35 cents Dresi
Goods to close at 21-2and 15 centi
Best 50 cent corset on the globc
equal in wear, finished and fit to any
$1 corset in the market Ask to set
75 dozen ladies' and men's ter
cents hankerchiefs at 5 ceuts.
50 dozen ladies and Misses fasi
black salesman Hose at 121 cents.
At 5, 7, 8 and 10 cents we offer a
lot of canton Flannel that can not be
Not an unimportant item-Dres
Goods-We touched freely on all the
good values in market and are now
showing quite a good assortment ol
newest things in shape of fancy
weaves. Black goods we bank on,
Inspect this stock before purchasing.
Don't forget that we have the
cheapest Shoes in town. A visit to
our store will prove. to you that our
prices on men's and ladies' fine Shoes
are the lowest.
16 PENDLETON STREET,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
!out o mlyet ri
a position that you do not i
!like ? Possibly the solic-!
Iiting of Life Insurance is!j
iyour special forte. Many "
*people have, after trial,!
Sbeen surprised at their:
*fitness for it. To all such!j
jit has proved a most con-i
* genial and profitable occu-!
I pation. The Management j
* in the Department of the!
IjCarolinas, desires to addj
j to its force, some agents!
I of character and ability.:
j Write for information.,
I W. J. Roddey, Manager,
-Rock Hill, 3. C.
Notic to P rmers
I will be located durin~g th
Cotton season, at the new Mij
Town of Newry on Little Rivea
prepared to buy all Cot on offei
at highest market prices.
"Well, my daughter, what ad
vantage will it be to me if you
marry the youvg man?" "Why,
don't you see, papa, you would
have me and a son-in-law to boot.
J. II. Clif'ord, New Cassel, Win., was
r troubled with Neuralgia and Iheumuatism
his stomach was disordered, hi8 Lyer
was al'ected to an alarming degree, appe
ilte fell away, and he was terribly redu
ced in flesh and strength. Three bottles
of Eiectric Bitters cured him.
Ed ward Shepherd I1arrIsburg, Ill., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years
3 standing. Used three bottles o Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arn
ca salve, and his leg is sound and well.
Joln Speaker, Catawba. O.,had five lar
Pever sores on his leg, doctors said As
was incnrable. One bottle Electric Bit
ters.and one box Buckler's Arnilea Salve
enred him entirely. Srl-I by Osborne &
Kirksey and W. 'T1. MeFall. Pickens.S.C.
"Do you let your wife have her
own way in everything?" "Yes;
it's the only way I can manage
Buektens Arnlea salve.
'ho nest Salve in the world for cut
bruises' sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coms,"ind all skin eruptions, and positie
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price, %r5 cents per box.
For sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens, 8 C.s
Sugar 15 times sweeter than the
sugar beet product has been ox
tratcted from cotton seed meal by
a German chemist.
FOR 01 THkb. s3L000
weakues. Malaa, Indfgeation and
131nuIO viNs 1nON hITTERs
It cures quickly. For nalo by 1%11 dealers fir
The 1893 wine product of the
State of California was eqaul to a
little more than one quart for each
man, women and child in the
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED 1Y LIFE.' I
consider it the best remedy for
a debilitated system I ever used."
For dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
old by all druggists.
Man is a mill; the stomach the
hopper. Be careful how much
grist goes into the hopper, as clog
ging and heat will be the result of
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men.
tion. All who have used Electrit Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicjne does not exist, and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bit
ters will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt
rheum and other affections cansed by im
pure blood. Will arive malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure all ma
larial fevers. For cure of headache, con
stipation and indigestion try Electric Bit
ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price, 60 cents, and 01.00
per bottle. Sold by W. T, McFall, Pick
ens, S. C.
Take cheerful views of things
and see them in the light of Chris
tian hope. The cloud has a silver
lining; the raindrops make grass
and flowers grow; storm and tem
pest purify the air, and night fades
in the light of morning. After the
battle, peace; af ter this brief life,
Are broken down from overwork or househtold
cares Browvn's Ironu Bitters
rebuilds the system, aid. d igestion, removes er
cess of P"A -'l cu'-s malaria. Get the genuine.
"Pretty poor soil here, is it not?"
asked a mountain tourist, as lie
was driven over a sandy New
Hampshire road. "Waal," replied
the driver, "they do say the reason
there hain't no berry-in ground
here is that the silo ain't rich,
enough for the dead to rise jodg.
A Guaranteed Cure.
We authorize our advertised drug
g'st to se Dr. King's New Discovery,
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
tipon this condition. If , ou are af
ifiicted with a Cough, Cold or an~
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, ant
will use this remedy as directed, giv
ing it a fair trial, and experience n<(
benefit, you may return the bottie and
have your money refunded. We could
not make this offer did we not knowt
that Dr.King's Now Discovery uldt
be relied ona. It never disappoint.
Trial bottles free at W. T1. AlcFall'a
store. Large size 50c. and *1.00.
A strong solution of salt and wa
ter will remove the poison of bee
or mosquito sting.
Ii Nihousld lBe in Every House.
J. Ii. Wilson, .371 (lay St., Sharps.
burg, Pa., says ho will not be with.
ont Dr. King's New Discovery foi
Consumption, Coughs and Colds that
it cured for his wife who was threat
ened with Pneumonia after and at.
. attack of "La Grippe," when varioul
other remedies and several physciami
had done her no good. Robert Bar.
e ber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr
Il. Kings New Discovery has done hirt
', more good than anything lhe over us
-ed for Lun'g Trouble . Nothing lk,
it Try it. Free Trial Bottles at WV
T. McFall, P~ickens, 8.O. Large bot
tlAin 5nA suid nn
THE GATES AJAR.
A RYMN BY MRS. C. LADD IN 1RR 85TH YEAR.
My Saviour, in Thy love I've trusted,
My sorrows to Thy feet I bring;
Thou wilt help us bear our troubles.
If by faith to The we cling
Thy loving kindness called us all,
0o0me unto Me, I'll give you rest;
I relied upon Thy promise,
Dy my faith I have been blessed.
When my day of life is over,
Christ, be Thou my guiding star;
Lot me hear Thee softly whispering,
Cross! the Gates of Heaven ajar.
Though our way be dark and dreary,
Though life's trials press us sore,
Thou hast mansions for us ready,
Homes where troubles come no more,
0 my Saviour I guide me, watch me,
Lead me by Thy loving hand,
Let me feel that Thou art near mue,
Until I reach theipltomised land.
When my day of live is over,
Christ be Thou my guiding star; i
Lot me hear Thee softly whispering,
Cross I the Gates of Heaven ajar.
When the shades of eve are clcsing,
And the hour of death draws near,
Let me feel Thy arms around nie,
I will cross without a fear,
By faith I'll sea my home of ret,
In that glorious land afar;
I will hear the angels singing,
Come! the Gates of Heaven ajar.
When my duty of life is over;
Christ, be Thou my guiding star;
Let me hear Thee softly whispering,
Come I the Gates of Heaven ajar.
Letter Fre.m Texas.
Mr. Editor: If you will allow
me space in the columns of your
most valuable paper, I will give
you a few lines concerning this
part of Texas. We are having some
very warm, dry weather-crops in
some places are very short, on ac
count of dry weather, corn was
hurt worse by the drought than
ootton. The bale worm got into
the cotton, and in some places
where the crop was planted late,
will be very near a failure in some
places whore the farmer would
make a bale of cotton to the acre,
the bale worm strikes it, and the
result is lie does not get much cot
ton, the worm don't bother cotton
here much to hurt it a dry year; it
has been very wet here part of this
summer. The farmers are gather
ing their cotton and a large part
of it is ready for market, at 51 to
6 cents per pound-some say they
are going to quit raising cotton
on account of low prices. The peo
ple of the country where they have
to buy fertilizers to make it with
had better give the subject more
consideration. The low prices of
all produce is ruining this country.
Like all others there are farmers
here who once had the money to
employ laborers to work on their
farms at $18 to $20 per month, but
they cannot do so now, these far
mers have not got the money to
employ men to labor on their
farms and improve them, conse
quently their farms are going down
for the lack of means. Thus you
see the men who once had the
money to hire men has not got it
now, and perhaps some of the men
once employed by them, are out of
employment,and are going through
our country hunting for work and
are regarded by one class as men
that want work, and at the same
time praying that they may not
find any. Of course it may be true,
and I expect it is, that we have got
some men loafing about through
the country of that class, but not
all of thiemu, and I believe that there
are hnndreds of good honeost men
that are out of employment that
woluldl work if they had the chance.
Five and 6 cent cotton and wheat
at 80 cents per b~ushei is the rule
by whc the abovo named class
are being miultilied; of course we
have got some good citizons that
have niot yet opened their eyes to
consider the issues of the prosenat,
and think that tanos are as easy
now wvith the farmer and laboring
man as they eor was. I dlon't see
how they understand it that way,
unless they are men that can raise
two bales of cotton as easy as they
used to on Kansas farms that cani
raise four .bushels of wheat as easy
as they used to raise one. You
see, dear readers, ten y'ars agc
you couldl take a 600 lb. bale o1
cotton to market and you could
get 10 cents per pound, which
would bring you $50.00. Now a
500 bale at 5 cents per pound will
bring $25, and you can readily see
that it takes two bales of cotton
now to bring as much mnoney- ai
one did ten years ago; the wheal
raisers used to get one dollar por
G ushel for their wheat; now they
'get one dellar and twenty cents for
fnnr hnshels at 80 cants ner bushel
and I tell you those fellows that
aro getting tired of calamity howl
ers may not expect to howl so long
as producers have such to bear.
Oh! some little ringster would say
it is over-production as we so often
hear talked about.
I was glad to see in the last issue
of the JOURNAL that John Gary
Evans was the nominee for the
next Governor of South Carolina.
We believe lie will administer
"Equal rites to all, and special
privileges to none." We judge
from his earnest work in the past
for his Reform movement in South
Carolina. We are glad to believe
that Gov. Tillman is going to the
United States Senate. There are
men in Texas that think he is bad
ly needed there, with his pitch,
fork at this time. Some little
ringster may say that we are a
crank or a calamity-h owlor; if so,
let them fire away. Of course our
gun is nothing but a sling-shot
but we can, as it were, raise a blood
blister on them, which would not
be enjoyable. We love old South
Carolina and her people, for she
was our home for near 28 years.
Ijwill close by wishing the JOURNAL
and its readers many happy days.
R. R. SINGLETON.
ALMOST A-RIOT IN GREENVILLE,
Here Citizens Back up a Violator
A Residence a Whiskey Depository.
Barkeeper Edel Kept It There and
Sold It in Town-Constables At
teimpt a Search But aire Arrested
by the Police-The Mfayor and
Sherif Refuses to Assist Them.
Edel Gets Furious and a Consta
ble Pulls His Pistol-intense Ex
citemen t-citizens Blinded by Pre
judice Will continue to Aid and
Abet Whiskey Men.
Greenville, Oct. 8.-Special:
Much excitement was caused hero
to-day by the attempt of State
constables to raid the private
premises of Sol. Edol, who kept
bar at the Mansion House, where
he had been pulled half a dozen
times. His residence is five or
six blocks from the bar and is a
very handsome cottage with vines
and flowers about the piazza and
in the front yard. It was the
scene of a very exciting situation,
Which narrowly missed cumi
nating in a bloody riot.
Constables this morning seized
a trunk being hauled from Edel 's
residence to the Mansion House
and found it full of export beer.
They were informed b~y the driver
that there was other liquors at
Edel's house. They obtained a war
rant to search, but the sheriff re
fused to execute it. The consta
bles then went to his house. Edel
had hoard of the affair and had
gone home, sending the negro
ahead of him with a double-barrel
ed shotgun. A crowd had gather
ed in front of the house when the
constables reached there. The
chief of polico fearing trouble,
concentrated the wvholo force on
the scene, Edel from his piazza
announced that he would blow out
the brains of the first manm who
tried to enter. People who by
this time had filled the streets
cheered him wildly.
On going back ints the house
Edel found his wife, who is near
ing confinement, in a faint and got
the idea she was dying. Some of
his friends had hid his gun and he
rushed from his house empty
handed, but apparently half filled
with rage. lie struggled despor
atiely with seome of his friends who
wore on the piazza and who seized
himi. Con sta ble Eichelborger, who
was on the outside of the fence
waiting for Constable Workmian,
who had gone to have an error in
the warrant corrected, supp~osed
Edel was coming with his gun and
drewv his pistol. The crowd im
mediately closed in on him and
many men wore prop~arodl to shoot
the constable if ho made a move.
The police gathered about him,
however, anid the chief put him
under arrest charged with draw
ing a pistol on ai citizen. This
action provented trouble. When
'the people saw the constables in
oharge of the police they dispersed.
Eichelberger gave $50 bail for his
appearance in the Mayor's Court
to-morrow. The Sheriff offeted
to maka sarch af allowed to un tn
Edel's alone, but the constablos
insisted that one of thenm should
accompaly him and ho refused to
consent, claiming that the pres
ence of the constable would causo
a riot unnecessarily. The Alayor
also declined to givo the con
stables police assistance. Tho con
stables reported to the governor
and are awaiting instructions.
Thero is a good doal of sup
pressed excitomont. Some peoplo
may that the search of Edel's houso
should be submitted to on the
ground that he was using it as a
storage place for liquors to bo bold
at his bar. A great majority con
tend that all searches of privato
houses of respectablo people should
be resisted to tho last oxtromity
Constable Workman seems to
think ho could have mado the
search if he had been allowed to
go alone and qui syltoahor ik. do
fad to go alone and quietly as ho
intended and that Constable Eich
elborger's going to the . house
spoiled his plans. The dotermina
tion to resist searchos of residendes
by constables sooms to bo very gon
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 8.-For
the second time Governor Till
man's liquor law caie out of the
hands of the supromo court this
evening now completely rehabilita
tod. The city council of Aiken
against Holloy and Georgo was the
title of the case in which Justices
Pope and Gary, Tillmanites, sus
tained the dispansary, revorving
the decision pronouncing It uncon
stitutional delivered by the court
last April whon Samuol McGowan,
anti Tillmanite, was a member.
iJustico McIver, adhering to his
formor opinion, dissents. It will
)e remembored that the April do
cision was upon an act passed in
1892. On August 1st Gary, who
waS. elected over McGowan last
December, succeeded him and a
week previous Governor Tillman
proclaimed in force the act of '93
which he had suspended in April.
Since then the dispensaries have
been seizing contraband spirits.
When the dispensary at Aiken was
re-opened the city council at onco
arrested George, the disponseor, and
Holley, a member of the county
board of control, for violation of
the city ordinanco against the sale
of liquor. The State carried the
case before Circuit Judge Aldrich
who sustained the city council,
and then-the State atppealedl to the
supreme court. A special sossion
of the latter was immediately coni
vened. Justice Gary takes the
ground that the dispensary system
is "within the State's polico powr
er ;" that the privilogo of selling
mntoxicating liquors had been pro
vious bydelogated to the saloon keep
er and was not his "inalienable
right" as a citizen :that it is ano
malous to say that a privilege
merely delegated can not be0 re
olaimed by the govermnental power
from which it sprang; that the
profit and taxation features are in
cidlental to the scheme merely, and
that it is within the power of the
"board of control" to eliminate
them, that the objection that a
monopoly is created is mot by the
doctrine of the "slaughter house
cases" in which the court declares
a State's right to empower corpo
rations with the exercise of such
police power as best ean bo en
forced by them.
The cause of the passage of the
dispensary law hoe attributes to
dissatisfaction with licensed sa
loons as a dllgated method of
police regulation. As to the intor
Staito commerce feature, lie holds
that it was the intention of the
Wilson bill to subordinate the rog
ulation of trade in liquors to the
local p)olico regulation of the
Justice Mclver, in dissenting,
emphasizes the doctrine of "stare
decisis,', and reasserts his opinion
as to the act of '98, which con
fessedly applies with equal force
to the act under consideration.
"What is the Judge going to do
now?" Asked the green juror in
a whispor. "Hie's going to charge
the jury," said the foreman.
"Charge the jury? Charge us?
What for? We don't have to pay
nothing for the privilege of sittin'
or~ j r y d w .'
Tiliauns Toell of What lie is Go.
Mag to Do.
Special to The Daily News.
COLUMA, S. C., Oct. 9.--Oom..
muenting on the attempted search
of Edel's residenio by constables in
Groenv ille yesterday, Governor
Tlman tonight said: "Ipropose
to make (verybody get out of the
r1oad an1d obey the aw. I urgo all
good citizenls to frown down all
resistaince to the law and to co-op
orate wrih tLhe constitutional au
thorities in earrying it out and
Pirev1 tilig such ninsomnly and dis
graceftil oxhfibitiois as were seen
at, Groeivillo yestorday. The
town people who are opposed to
0ho(law hiamv nomthiig to gain and
everytiiiig to lose by such beha
vior. I have 110 (esiro in the world
to m)loy anly force, an(d would
be glad to have the co-operation o
the polico and the municipal au
tlorit-is, but I have all the militia
I iieed and can concentrato 2,000
mof at any poilit inl the State in
4ide of forty-eight lours, and
wvhihI, I would hate to resort to any
suich mevasures, no resistailce will
be tolerated. Tio constables aro
going to work now and are going
to search ail l placos whero they
have reason to know that whiskey
or liquors are kopt, and privato
residences will not he exompt when
wo have reason to believo that
Lhey have been made depots for
ilie storage of whiskey.
"I'he coistables will not be al
lowcd to harry the peopli or do
an(ything to provoke collison and
lily reasonable cotl mplaiit against
them will bo promptly iivestiga
tod. Sheriff's and police will bo
LeXpected to (o--operato 1111d those
miicipalities which prove dire
liet will 1mcivo10 no share of the
profits, while it. is ali most illovita
ble that,1 a system of metropolitan
policemen will be provided for
such places whenii tlo legislature
")oes that includo Columbia
"Of course, specifically. Trial
justico who don't do thoir duty
will likely be relieved of tie bur
(ons of oflico. If jurios fail to
convict changes of venluo will be
tried. Tie law has como to stay
1111d thu Heooller that this is recog
mizod by the whiskey men and
t.hose who havo opposed it heroto.
fore the better it will bo for all
con corni od."
EtNDING A FA M [[Y llow.-The Otll
or Selning, says the New York Re
cordoer, as a muscular poerson was
passing a house, a ladly, wh~o stood
att the gate, called out to him:
"Sir, I ajpoal to you for protec
"What's the matter?" 1h0 asked,
as 1h( stopped0 short.
'"Thore's a man in the house and
ho wvouldn't go out of doers when
I ordered him to."
"Hoi wouldn't, oh.? We'll see
ab)out that." Thereupon the man
gave tile woman hlis coat to hold
and~ sailed into tile hious. Hoe
fomiid tihe nian at the suppor table
and took himu b~y the neck *and ro
marked: "Nice style of a 'bruito
you are, oh? Come0 out of tilis or
I'll break every bono in your body.'
Thol~ man fouighit and1( it was not
until a chair had been brokoni and
tile table upset, that he was hauled
out of (doors by the legs anld given
a fling through the (gato.
"'Now, then, you brass-faced old
tramp~l, you move on), or 1'll finish
"'Tramp!) tramp!" ' shouted thlo
victim, as lhe got uip. "I'it 11no .
tramp I I own this property and
live inl this house I "
You doo?" . - " '
"Yes, and that's my wife -hold
ing your 'oat." ,.
"ThuulzLdor !" whlispored.the mus.
eunar mtan, as ho gazed from one
to the oth~er and realized that it
was tho wife's method of finishing
a row sho0 had been havmng with
her husband. And then he made
a grab for hlis coat and disappear-.
ed in the darkness.
Clara--Why on earth did she V
marry him? Was it because he
was her last chance? May--No.
I fancy it was because ho was *her
A french physician reports a
case of hiccough successfullytreat..
ed by taking snuff until sneezing
was provoked. .