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Let's Talk It Over.
:. it. Vimv-
i 7-i visiting in MoatLrom-
I'.. K. S:sU w.-is ill MUl.llwx tliis
V. K. r;inicy w:is in .Miiiilpclicr this
A S'Ui whs Inini 1d(). I,. ( Inever iunl
(ifo. S. Ciirk'lmi whs in liuiiiiiirtiJii
Orison Multliy of V
V. II. M.'.-s.T is in
.r-liiru whs in lit"
West Iimni'v N.
II., on biiini'.-s.
(it'Ol'o liuli's is I'oiiliiii'ii lo his Ilium.
yilli n li.-ml t'olil.
I). M. Mill's is iwpofli'il homo from
5oslon llii.s I'vuiiinr.
l)cHitv N. it. 1:ivis u ill iii-lall tin
olllwrs of tin' I. (). (1. T.
Dr. .loo W. tJ:n 'ksoii roturiiril from I
lStirlin'toii lhi inorniiii:'.
A i'i'iit o.Viiici' to iini'i'liiisc iKM'kwi' ir
of nil Un. Is lit tin; Kii.-coi:il Kilt'
A Iilliub'. rot i : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i ! i - will In' llilllii
toil at th
; Koy.il Arennnm
Freer of Mont pi
i v l 1 1 1 1 1
1 ai ly in Ai iiinry
w eslt I'll
( 'h is. lioliinson
In en viritinif V.
of Swimlon, who has
M. Spear, letlll'lieil
homo to ilny.
The Mhliller's i-xhihition will In
this cveliinjr in tin' eh.'ipi 1 of the S
in"; 1 1 i lt! i selmol.
The SI ra wherry sociable
vcr.-nlist ehureli has hi en pi
til Tuesday, May JO.
W, II. Eastman ni;d. wife are in Water
liury to-day altemlin tin; funeral of
Mrs. East man's unele,
Mrs. Ci'ii. Kiitoii who is at the Mary
Eleteher llospiliil in Burl inton is .-t il I
in a very criti'-al condition.
Harry the yoim;; son of I,. A. Averill,
who was operated on in liiiriiiiejtiiii la.-l
week is j'ettiiijr alone; nicely.
('. E. Tnyntor of New Vork oily and
a member of the linn of Tayntor it Co.
arrived in the city last evening.
Mothers! (in to the .-ale of ready-made
clothing for ehildreil at the Episeopal
parish hall Thursday and Friday.
Tin; annual iici'iin;:- of the Yiueila
club will be held Ihiirsday evening
at 8 oVloek for the election of nlli, -ers.
Key. V. (i. Duddefootl, 1). )., of
Jioslon, a pioiiiiiienl. clei'yinan of that
city will preach nt the ( 'uiireeatioiial
church Sunday evening.
Uolicri. Turner and f in
day nioi'iiiirr for Lowell,
they will make il their
ll V left
expect to drive nil the way.
John Turner was arrested yesteri
by ( liief llowlanil for intoxication. He
was tried in the afternoon before .luilge
Harney and lined s and costs.
E C( 'ill ler ami ( ' Currier wen I to Mont-
pelicr this afternoon to jret the plans lor
out South Seminary
in Hit! possession ot
There will be a special meeting of
lie (,'ily Council this evening to meet
architect (Jeoru (i. Adams when re
vised plans of the new building will be
A lnfe-e iiunilier of peojile from the
city will attend the u'ihihI celebration of
Dewey's victory, al Mont pel ier I his cvoii
injr. Elaborate preimraiion-have been
made for the occasion.
The City Council nt Ps meeting last
evening voted to ask C. L. ( iooilhuu of ;
Sjirinlield to conic to this city, where j
they will try ami wpvn at a price on the
plant of the llan'c Water Coinpany.
Kobcrl Soper of r.eihcl, a s hi1iih!c of
(Joddnrd Seiuiiairy last year, is in the
City for a few days before starling for :
Fort Eihati Allen with the I bad lord .
Company of which he is a ineinlicr. j
Waller Kendriel; left on the noon
train for an cNlo;id.'d business trip
through New York, Michigan and Ohio
in the interests of tilt; granite linn of
liurke liios. lie will be away about
It is understood that the a'anilo sheds
in 1 Jarre w ill clo.-c Ei iday iiioriiinjjf so
as to ;;'ive the
pany K to tin
nielnbers of the dilTcrenl
who are to escort ( om
statiou an opporlunily to
A freight, car, wiiiii
back and forth on the
left the track vi slerday
il 1 lepol Sintari'.
A pair of climbers
v.ero proriifiil and
it was on the track a'zain without much
Street Superintendent Warren Rich
ardson lias a jrniijj of men at work on
North Main street today scraping up
the until. This will be a hi improve-,
mcnt as the mini was ipiite deep in sonic
Israel Wood is having repairs madtl
upon the l'hoenix House. C'overee
)ia.zas arc beinjf placed on all sides of
the house both from the ground lloor
and the first story, The lattice is all
tl.rned work and the hotel will lie a line
looking building when completed.
Hubert Mi'Keiiie went to While liivcr
Junction this morning lo sing at the
grand musical carnival which is going
on there Ibis week. Mr. MrKenzie wiil
bo tho only tenor soloist from Vermont
who takes part in ihe cnlertaiiimenl.
Will ('. I'errin of Chicago, a former
resident of this city and the son of ( '. 1 ).
lVrrin, was married lut week to Mrs.
Ella (ioff of ( 'Hilton, Iowa. Tins wed.
ding took place at the home of the
bride's parents in ( 'linlon.
TIio penny in the slot inachine which
is in front of b. A. Averill's grocery
store, was brok.cn open l.Ist evening,
anil a small amount of gum was taken.
The machine contained between i?2 an I
$3 and was owned by Kemlrii k & ( o.
No money was taken. It is supposed to
bo the work of boys.
Members of ( ratiille Post (1. A. It.
arc reiptested lo meet 'I'liur-dav evening
at Ii: lo at (I. A- 1!. Hall lo e-oort roni"
pany K. to Ihe I'liivei-alisl oliinvh.
They are also ri'ipiesled lo ineel at Ihe
same place Friday morning ! S ;.'!o to
escort the lioys to the depot. Per order
of George T. Connor.
A r.iee st
ap, good in
Kit. C. W.
; tu vv, win
WHO STOLE DUllKKE'S TIG ?
Alilermmi (iilos I. Durki'c is at pre
si'iit mi iirnin tin; loss of his pijr wliii'li
i sninio.-t tl to have boon stolon from
its j nil t mil In- is lit loss ns to its whom- j
alionls. Mr. Durkfiu tins limn youi?
iii;s on liis pivmisL's on North Main St.
anil lust Siiuinliiy morning when lio
wont to fi'i'il thi'in ono was missing.
lit! nt oni-i' notitii'il the police anil a
llioronh si'iin-h bopui for the missing
iiiiuli-ii)i il. lie started rarly the other
inoriiiiir mill all the pigpens of North
liurie wore, visili'tl with a view of
linilin it. When avkeil aliont the color
of the pi. In; eonl'l-liot tell.
(iili s Miys it is a mystery to him how
a er.-on "ot into his pen without liciny;
ileteeleil. He has a buttlolii) in his
front vnr.l.well nrineil to runrcl his prem
ises, lint the ihieyes j,'ot liy the blockade.
( i i ! luts eoini' to llie eonelusion that
his pi-s are not the kintl that squeal or
they wnnlil have iven the thieves away.
Ile'is thinking strongly of putting a pri
vnte ileteetive on the ease.
- Out of Town Locals.
Mrs. E. L. Church
started lo Hoston
a few d i
ioark has been quite sick for
and under tne care of Dr. K.
' M . Minnrd.
1 The baud will meet for practici
day evening. Spectators will be ad-
milted as usual.
; A. Ii. lliilchins has been inprovinjr
the exterior of house by a coat of paint.
(Ion. French doinir the work.
with Spain doesn't
away customers awy from
store as has been evidenced
tin; pat week.
1). A. r.ales and several others went
lo Wadiinetoii Tuesday eveiiinjr to as-:-i-t
in i.rani.iii'j; a ludjre of (iond
II. I. W'leatlcy, the. harness maker,
has his new hop, recently occupied by
A. II. Chayer, well litted up, and is
ready for nil kinds of work, either new
A warning has been posted notifying
tic voters of lire district No. 1 , of the tow n
of ISaire, to meet nt the Opera Ilou.-e
'I'iiui.-ilay cveiiine-, at seven o'clock, to
see if the district will vote to purchase
the hose hnue that has been creeled,
and if so, to raise money for
It is liopci
1 that all the voters
John M(d)onald is on the sick list.
Mor-e, Fairhrothcr has the mumps.
Waller Melville is sick with a bail
Norman McDonald is sick with the
Cordon McLeotl ;rot his leer mrl last
evening playing base ball. i
C. . (iazeley has ojieneil up the j
Moulder and is working it. J
The (iraniteville Stars arc oiug to
ilay the Wcbstcrville rushers on Satur
day afternoon at (iraniteville.
There was a rallle in A. M. Morrison's
store last evening on a silver watch.
Mrs McW'orth won the watch.
Why sutler with Corns when you
can have them removed without pain
by Mi:s. S. M. Youit, 12 Elm St.
an ti:i). liori
ers at N'o. (j Sptinl-
JN'd i n i: ! 1 am prepared to do first
class w ork in lioiie painting, pajier
iian'iiig and calsonnning'. (Jnlers
ttii'i-un ine mail promptly attended to.
All my employees are experienced work
men. .No apprentices.
J. C. i)oi)i;i:, UlU .Main M.
Coal In the Transvaal.
In one colliery not half a dczcu miles
from the gold mines I have seen a seam
of coal 70 feet in thickness. This coal,
though of a low equality, snfiices for tho
purposes of tho gold mines, and there
is u Kuf.ieient quantity cf it, to outlast
far tho lives of all tho gold miners, be
sides these coal deposits near the gold
fields and those others by tho Vaal riv
er, which furnish coal for tho railway
system far down into Capo Colr.nv,
thero nro literally hundreds, perhaps
oven a thonsaud, square milesof coal in
tho Miildh hery nud Ermelo districts ly
ing between I'retoria and Ixlagoa Bay.
In tho midst cf these coal beds is the
outcrop of iron crc, and runnii.w
through them is tho lately construed d
railway to Delagoa Uay. With tlioso
vast coalfh Ids close to a first rato port,
on t ho Indian ocean tho prospects of the
coal mining industry seem brilliant.
".South Africa Today," Vouughusband.
Tho liieyclo Fleml.
"One most obtrusive unpleasantness
iu tho conversation of tho bicycle fiend, "
observed a lauiliieyclist, "is his habit 'of j
personally appropriating every part aud !
particlo of his maehiuo. It is apparently
not enough that ho should possess tho '
bicyclo in its entirety, but also in do- j
tail. 'My wheel,' when uttered two or i
threo tunes to every sentence, is bad !
enough, but when it conies to 'my sad. !
die,' 'my tires,' 'my valves,' 'my bun-:
dlo bar and so forth, tho effect is both '
irritating and irrational. I onco heard ;
a man discourse for hours upon my j.
nertube.' Eeing then not sa crudito i
upon the thing as I am now, I had tho
f, ..-, .,cuiiy in cteternnui.'ig yylnu
uu U1V..UJI, i lOlll till!
,,,i, ,,, . ,. . ., , -"I""'" ui huh
N 1- does not rule, the p-isse-sive case is
u-jwucru so ovcrwor ;ei
as m the fun.
versation of liio
hicyole fiend." New
I B LEY'S
Pull Hue of Meats, Veg
etables and Canned
Grood3. Specialty of
1l --a-"-y;T a. )i..-I".I.,Ii.i-,',,i , .'.,- , - .. .'-.:'' ': '' -'' - '--..'V. ' O '-'-.," '"-.'- -':.,.-:' . -' ' ' - . '' - ' ' '
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RAILROADING AS A BUSINESS.
Hustle Once, ImI nl All the Time, Sayd
The railway profession presents more
attractions for n youn men than any
th line of business, says Chauncey Jl.
Dcpew in "Eailroad Wen." It
renter opportunities for advoncemeut,
nud its employment is moro permanent.
To succeed in it in any department re
quires health, brains, honesty and equip-
1 a 1 -tin
incut. The young man mubi r
bis mind that if ho would rise in the
profession ho must never questiou the
kind of wosk that is put upon him, the
hours which are required of him or tbe
places, agreeable or disagretable, to
which he is assigned.
Railway organization is essentially
military, becauso upou the ability, vi
tality and integrity of tho vast uumber
of men in tho various positions working
harmoniously together depend most of
the internal commerce of tho country,
the prosperity of business, tho activities
of communities, great and email, the
funds of investors aud tho safety of
hundreds of millions of passengers.
The young man who proposes to enter
railway strvico should first decide
whether ho will tako his chances for a
career in outdoor or indoor work. If
outdoor work, which is in the operating
departintu-t, be will bo immensely as
sisted if ho has bad tho opportunities
which aro offend in the technical
schools. In thesodaysof thorough train
ing it is almost impossible for a young
man of ordinary education to get on in
competition with the graduates of tho
Hhcllield Scientific school at Yale, tho
scientific schools of Columbia, tho spe
cial education of Cornell, the big ad-
vantages of the iroy roiyiecuinu aim
rim Stevens institute, and tho instruc
tion givi n in many other of the schools
and colleges of tho United states.
If ho selects indoor work, he must
make up hU iniud that much more will
bo required cf him at first than in com
mercial lines. If be is in the treasurer's
department and shows special tfficicucy
and intelligence, w hen a vacancy occurs
in the freight department, in any dis
cussion that should happen between the
heads of these departments, be is almost
certain to bo drafted for a better posi
tion by tho trafiic manager, and vice
Railroading differs from uo other
business or profession in its beginnings.
Tho salary is small. Tbe work is hard.
It is only the few who "by cheerful
readiness nt all times to perform their
own tasks and to stay several hours
ami if necessary all night to meet tho
requirements of tho office or to do the
work of the lame, lazy and incompetent
attract the attentiou of their superiors
and aro marked for promotion.
In tho service every one's eye is on
every ono else. There is a generous ap
preciation of comradeship, at tho same
timo there is severe criticism of tho con
duct and character of fellow employees j
and officers. The moment an officer bo
comes wireless of his duties, iuatteutivo
and out of reach when wanted, his
chances for promotion are over, and the
accident of a disehargo or displacement
Thero is but oun rulo of success in
railway service, and that is, uo matter
how high you get, onco a hustler always
a hustler and a bustler uutil you die or
FORTUNE FOR A VAGE.
Celebrated I'ii crs i;f China, Their Value
and Their Owners.
Teli thousand guineas paid by tho
Earl of Dudley for an antique vaso aud
ewer of early fc'evrcs china was tho lar
gest sum ever paid for a vase. It was
afterward udd to Harou Schroder for
8,000 guineas. Five thousand guineas
was paid at the sale of the Lynes
Stcplicns collection in 105 for an ovi
form vase of eld Sevres porcelain, paint
ed with horsemen and figures, after
Wouverniuu.-', and a trophy cf arms iu
two mudallii ns with (luted neck and
bundles formed us gilt figures of boys,
by Doilin and Moriu, j,i;i; inches high.
I luo price included a pair of oviform.
! flat shaped vases of comparatively small '
! value, apart from the cue above de- j
scribed, the three being one set which :
, formed part of tho Earl of Pembroke's 1
Iu Mr. Jims'
and porcelain at !
; museum there is
1 Idea Sevris va.-i
Cupid and l'; ycle
for 3.0UU unineas.
collection of pottery j
lit: South Ei usington j
an egg shaped Uro.!
with medallions of
; w hieh was acquired j
inn ceiccratcii i;ar-1
ueuni er Portland vase, now preserved
in the gold chamber of the Eritish mu
seum, was purchased by fc ir. W. Ilam-
nioii ier i. 1,1,00, ami alterward sold tu
the Duchess i f Portland fer i'l.SstJO. A
historical vase was recently put under
the hammer at Christie's. It was ono of
a pair presinted to the Marquis of1
Montealm (the defuider of Quebec) by !
Louis XV. Tho last bid for this spleu- i
on won; ot art was (Jnu of tho
largest vases in the world was a present
ironi tho late czar to the city of Paris,
ft is made from an immense block of
.laspcr, is eight feet high and is valued
at '1,000. Loudon Tit-Bits
Takes Ilia Oivii niedici.no.
Ualnchistan when the rihvKioi.n.
Kives a dose ho is expected to partake
of a smnlur one himself as a guarantee
of his good faith. Should tho patient
dm under his bands tho relatives
though they rarely exercise it-'havo tbe
right of putting him to death, unless a
special agreement has been mado free
ing him from all responsibility an to
consequences, while if they should do
ciilo upon immolating him ho is fully
expected to yield to his fate like a man.
A Grateful 1'atient.
ui-hm, siiiii tne substantial t:it.
en nu , ......U...1 i. ,i
i uauuii up t0 mo young nhv
, "I owe you my life. P "
"Yes. I was taken suddenly ill two
days ago, and my wife sent for you
and you were not iu." Cincinnati En
quirer. English peoplo, it Ecems, eat more
butter than any othci people on the
laeo of the earth. It is partly through
this that tho British complexion is the
purest iu tho world.
I wish to inform the public Ihat 1
liave no connection in anyway wilh the
so-called Union liakery, although I have
por.ii uuon principles. My place is in
iMnnu.T s oincK on jorl
Nono of my goods are sold from tile
green rnrt. John T. Tallac-han.
O l!I;.- I. ' r(lllt wj,
, r tr nnoii'i
...in, trine i iir iiiin """"
verv desirable tenement
. . . . r - f '
V, A. liuvcc.
. , , l.u.fltlllll.
T One very pleiisunt re,,..., Miort M.j.t,
TrpirXlbaTroi.iii teneniM't ..a I'e'"'1
- rrr 777Z.'o I'liiiiiei'liiis" r.i"in
) lir-- ' 1 f. ni'llll'l
'"""? . . . :ie.
one flight. J..M. AveriIl.
ks. 7 ('Hie
f-OK SAl'l'"-?.1'' j,. nil new. must
e,l,l..toni:e. VO" I'e ;
.. .i.i,iil nrices. ( " le
t 'htiirx.oiiu o ' - -
Will bel.cM.In '' ,;,.'.
H'll ill 1"""'
10 bolster Woik. (I2L-
. i... , .wnrtv new.
SALK.-A ''!' ; Mead,
ill sell cui'iip. rniin
311 No. Main Street.
W ANTED bv mi experii'iieeil .'ir
,,ulre at Dowers & t'h.-ssor s mjirket.
. vr i,i.i l,vtlw charm. 1 lie nwncr.- ui.ii
A have siiuie bv calling nt tli
puying for this iiilvcrlieinc"t-
To L. J. Bolster and all per.-.ui.- intcroted :
You and each of you are '7;1'J',!,,"',V1
,l,at the City of Burre lia;lccde. ,, In ut ..
,treet co.iimem'il.tf on the eiit. I u
Washinirton street, on the land ol tin s. n
I.. . Bolster known a the Dalhc.r laic . and
extending easterly a.-ross the center
lund to ihe cemetery and: and we. " 1 ':
sipied. Street t.'oiimils.-.iiliers of the s.U'!
. D. IWIS, at the t'itv t'oulieil ltooin
'..i.i :,. f Hum. nt "the hour of one
i.it-n. nil v in iu ini.'i in'
in Ihe afternoon, as the tune and the I la e i
the hearing of all licrsons mtercsteil " " 1 '
laviii" out of said street ami the award ot hue
tlaniages, ami from whiili the iii.ilcr-iiinc't
will proeeil to examine the premises ami con
sider the iiuestiun of the public sroo'l. am the
eonvenieiiee ..ml necessity of inilimihials in
the laving out of said street: and tie in d. r
sifnietl will meet at the time and place ahmi
Dated at the C'itv of Ilarre this 'J'.llli day of
April, A. D. 1SUS.
V. T. Cl'TI.Ki:, ) street 'oniiiiis.-iniiers
Joux W . .McDox.u.n, f tlie
II. C. Pattkhson, J City ol barre.
Choicest line of Chocolates in the city.
See our new line ot cue. goons ai o:i,)
4") cts. per lb. E. M- Averill.
The Commercial House
IS KEPT JiV
AT 323 XOUTIl MAIN STHEETj
ml ho is preiari'd
wants of - tin; public
lo meet the
in an up to
487 N. Main Street,
Can be found at
No. Main Street.
Meals Served at All Hours.
We also carry a full line of
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Drop in and see our Lunch Counter.
HALL & HAYFORD'S.
We Deal in all soi ts of Mil
linery and always carry a
Full Line of Goods
At Reasonable Prices.
74 No. Main St.
The Williams Typewriter
The best Machine made, Strong
est Manifolder, Visible Writing,
Direct Inker, no Ribbon to get
out of order, the greatest speed.
For sale by
Hi ARTHUR CAMP,
4G Washington St., City Anient,
Call ami see one or drop a card in
THE QUICK HORSE.
oal-rowft, f loH-rove-l American
Mutlioil of I'iru l-8.tl ,
Ill i;t. lie"
.-The t,:UicK ' ..- .unf ,ou.od.
hnnch. devoted tn inn i
,.- (ire (lei:u tim.nr
iil-in n cent years inai
v..t after all, to one who carefully t.
il.'! ho nu tter tlmqui-k lmr.su np
"u t, have quite a good, if not abet-
lif ', save
safety aim -ni.,,,
. i. ,-, .nit- indirectly of poor bui.diii,,
.i. Villfnl Aniericaii
nn outgrow in "
fire dci artments, which could not now
..),-. it in, him.
, ,,,..tiv vn'i-s a;:n vihon
fl-o broke out everybody far and near
I ccen to run and especially h'l.'.a'.i to
yell and the voluuti er iirenieii ot that
time, being in the service for the cxci to
mcat cf it, joined in the yell and Part
ed out tho old hand engine from lis Sol
emn repose, while the foreman running
aheul sliontod innumerable orders
honrselv through his trumpit, to tho
(-rent delight of hundreds of small l;oy.-i
panting to keep up in the glorious race.
The lire that was nltrW.ljer a soo
omlary matter, r.ud whin they aH fma -lv
got thero they went to v.'m!; with
inoro or lets ciiicii rx y. Time was a
great deal cf fun in the bu:dm ss, I ut
fires were not extinguished. Our eitn u
in the early days wire not built, to pre
vent fins, li-t scemtd, if iii.ythiug, ra
ther built to encourage them.
In 1 :..:ice wo may well be r.:::iwcUj
wo watch the pompier corps tnmdlo its
bathtub on wheels to th" f"it:o if the
ciniflagrntir-ii and diliUri.tciy i'.H ii
apartments with wat'-r dipi'i'd r.p from
the guttt r, whence it is thri '.vn l y a
little i nii.p upon the Came-. I v.o
know mneli of the urchin.: ' t ie t'm re u
Eolid, anil if the lire is net t.::;r,niMied
it will soon b;,rn it-i If out. but in our
coiu.?ry a i::(!e fpark mi.y in n few tcc
omls beeooie a devouiiii.S' furnace nud
destroy hosi) after house and block aft
er block. Many buildings 1;re tinner
boxes, ami our dry climate udds to their
inflammability, while the evir present
careless er lazy workman by improper
construction gives tho liro its fust op
portunity. UNCLE MCSE'G
lie Tr-iyi'il Ktoqucnll;.', bat Gcnturett a
Little Too Iin:;i)!y.
Undo Moso ennui down from tho
country to visit his nr.i, who worked in
the livery stable. Uncle Momi waa a
deacon in a littlo country church and
was noted fi r his loii, fervent prayers,
but when his soti Ike took him t ) tho
colored church ia the city ami when ho
heard the circa I j nn 1 pazed upon tbo
well dressed ih'.rki s ho felt as if tho
Lord was a loir,' ways olf. Undo .Moso
had met the pa: sou tho d.sy Pifore, and
what was his surprisu when that person
said during services, "We'll all join in
pra'r wid ilmthrr Mose Smith." Undo
Slose went down on his lmecs and threw
his deep voice- and roul in a prayer
which Khook the rafters. An l:o uuno to
tho close his old whitj head was slial;
iug and his voico was bringing each
saint nud sintur to the shouting point:
"0 liitwd, wo know dat wo is weak
in dy sight an hah Peru folkriu after
things which saber uv do debil, 1 ut,
O Lawd, we know dat dow in dy rich
ness of mercy gwine tuw swipe hit offen
do big book an say, 'Vo'ci uut is t-niitih. '
Iluccome vo bain' been di.ia light cz
durin de las' liiouth, in r do Pis' week,
tier do las' day, but, O Lawd, please
swipo hit olfeii do 1 ig bunk yi all,
swipe hit off. When do pale boss an da
white rider cum ridiu d.iwn from do
valley uv de shaddi r uv deaih, do palo
rider gwiuo swing his li.f l.iig onten do
stirrup, cutch m-j by de shnrt, jerk ns
behiu him an h'ar-i; ! 'way to de bla;:in
Bun, nn whvn wn. pu'j our foot upon do
sun's uv do liho' foteh do bo.it up close
to do hank, an ca wo pits in de seat den
waf us an row ua away ta do glory
"How did dat pra'r go, Ike?" said he
as ho went huinc.
"Pap, dur wcrn't but ono 'jeetiou,
'specially your gistnns. Whin you
talked 'Loui do palu ridir swiugin bis
lef laij; oiitcu do stirrup, you kicked
Sister Lrowu right in de .side. "Louis
The Matter cf Whiskers.
Jules Ferry's whiskers were often au
index to his statu of feeling. I saw him
ou tho day ho escaped from thu com
mune of Paris to Versailles. IIu related
his adventures at tho Iloti 1 dc Reser
voirs to friends who gathered round
Mm. Tho whiskers, which habitually
stood well out, like tbo (his enemies
said) of n garcondo cafe, wife- limp nud
lay flat to tho cheeks.
Tho most lcouiuo whiskirs J. bver saw
wero Skobeleff's. They were of immense-
lougth when ho drew them out,
as was bin wont, but when let ulouo
seemed only lmlf ns long. I darn say
they had their lank days, but not so far
as I know. Tho term "whiskerando"
(now well nigh obsolete) had mora
meaning thuiuhoso who used it thought.
What to Say. i
A member of tho hnuso wont to !
Speaker Kml ouy cluy and Kuid Unit ho
bad bam Belocted by hi dvleition to :
dolivor a euln;y on a dwa?d member. 1
'I did not know thu member very
well," remarliod the ceu-russmaii. :
"and so I thought I wuukl uk you :
what I nhould Hay. M
"Well," said Mr. Heed, with his in -
imitablo drawl, "say miytbiug excopt '
tho truth. Wanbingtou Pot.
Save The Children.
When chililreu are ntlaeked with
cough, cold and croup, Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrup wiil provo a quu-k and
sure -cure. Mr. Elmer -;. i.lkoi.,
lilaiidon, ra., writes": "v0 liavc
uscd Dr. Lull's Couh Svrup for t.0iH,;
cold anil croup, and l'mmd it tl,0 b't
coui.li moJiidno and euro for Huso
affections. Wo never run out of i,
hut always keen it on lin.1,1 i.V
Bull's Couirh Rvnm la raI.1 '
' .-,--4- ' --".MHIl-ltl
101' 2t) COIlU. TilftUf. nn 1, i.
. .-.T V -
x ' Ar.,;,i iei'l'f.
All Oj'tU'i'H w
Niht Calls will he lVouu.tl.y Ar.,I
call arResiclence 141-0. At office; 2;-
TO THE HOY WHO SELLS THE LAKil! N v
15EK OF OUR PAPERS BETWEEN' M Mi
APIUL 11 AND AUGUST Ut
A Fine New BICYCLE,
A FARMER'S OPINION
This Infoniiiilioii lo runners Around
JSarre is Worth More than the
Present Value of a Hin Full
In Knit liiirre, about live miles irom Harm
1W l Ulii c. tiii n- lives n iri.i.d, honest, hard-
wurkiu.' tiller of the soil, named Wasson K. j
I low. Like i-vi-rv other sensible fanner. Mr. ,
Iuw siil.M-ril.es't'iir papers and one evening ,
a- he was l"i. kiiiL' over iiis liarre weekly, his
1-ve i-liiiiii ii'. t.. catch a i-i adinir notice which ,
1,'nivi d a biii.i,na fur him mid l.riLditi-ned up
hi.- ilair-iu-' spirits over the low price of grain
all'! farm pi'mluci', aial the high price of cuin
niDilities uliicb are necessary for u fanner's
existence. A funnel reusuiis in his own pe
culiar wav ami lie calls a spade a spade, so
Mr. flow- savs ipiietly to himself "I want just
such a reiiiidv as Dean's Kidney Pills. If it
carries out faithfully half what it claims, it
w ill ciiremv lame back. However much good
mav result' from one box, little or no harm
can' ensue: W hin in P.arre Mr. Dow made
some iiiipiiries at Katun's drug store about the
preparation and was-informed that scores of
people in this city and the surrounding cour
trv had obtained Dean's Kidney Pills, tested
them, and were recounting their experiences.
'1'his was enomrh fi.r.Mr. Dow. He purchas
ed a supply and what follows is his experi
ence : "My'ki.liieys troubled me for some years
oil and on. 1 tried many different remedies
but without obtainin-.' any permanent relief.
In the fall of lsatii I was iii pretty bad shape
and siitl'i-red, constant, sharp pains across my
nack which were at limes terrible, when I
would apply a mustard pla-ter over my kid
neys only to iret relief for the time being. A
weakness of the kidney secretions was very
annoying, especially at night, as it disturbed
my list, Tlie secretions were al.-n very high
ly 'colored. I read of Dean's Kidney l'illsainl
as thev were so highly reeiiinnieiiileil I got a
box from Katon's drug store. Alter using
thein llie weakness was relieved and t lie sec
retiuiis were normal. 1 gut a second box and
w hen lad finished it I was cured. I have
not felt the least symptoms of my former kid
ney trouble since". I am so greatly pleased
with the prompt and thorough manner in
which Dean's Kidney Pills cured me that I
am always glad to recommend them personally
to any one should they call on me.''
Dean's Kidney Tills' are for sale by all deal
ers. Price .'.I) cents. .Mailed by Koster-Mli-burn
Co., liiilla!,), N'. Y.,st.le agents for the
I'niti'd Mates. Ueniember the name Dean's
and take no substitute.
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder was created for one purpose,
namely, u receptacle for the urine, and as
such ii is not liable to any form of disease ex
cept by one or two ways. The tirst way is
from imperfect action 'of the kidneys. The
second way is from careless local treatment of
'II IKK CACSK.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is
llie chief cause of bladder troubles. So' tbe
w omb, like the bladder, wa created for one
purpose, and if not doctored too much is not
liable to weakness or disease, except in rare
cases. It is situated back of and verv close to
the bladder, t lien-fort" any pain, disease or in- j
convenience manifested in the kidneys, back, !
bladder or urinary passage is often,' by mis-1
take, attributed In female weeklies or Womb I
trouble of some sort. The error is easily
made and may be as easily avoided. To linil
out correctly, si I your urine aside for twenty
four hours: a sediment or settling indicates!
kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the
extraordinary effect uf Dr. Kilmer's Swainp
Koot, the great kidney, ami bladder remedy
s sunn realized. If jou need a medicine' veil
should have the best.' At druggists titty cents
and one dollar. You may have' a sample bot
tle and pamphlet, both' sent frte by mail,
upon reeiipt of three Iwo.cii.t stamps' to cov
er cost of postage on the bottle. Mention
Tin; l'.Ainii: Kntkupkisk and send oiir ml-divs-i
to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Itiiighai'nton, X,
Y. Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee
llie genuineness of this otl'er.
A Disease that is Numbering its Vic
tims by Hundreds of Thousands.
Constipation is a disease that stops
the machinery of the body. It puts
every organ out of condition. Dis-
into the entire
system, r.'.l be
lion in the bowels. People say their
l'.cai'.;; troul.le them. They have no
encrfcy. They can't sleep. They arc
nervous. Appetite ir, poor. D.nvn
at the bottom of all is constipation,
which is o.ic of the things that Or.
David Kennedy's Pavoritc Remedy
always cures. Hero L; proof:
Mrs. Julia A. Ycaplc, of Kington
N.., says: "If it were not for Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Kenu'tTy
I think I should die from constipa
tion. It Rives me an appetite, pro
duces' refreshing sleep, and cured
me -of a nervous affection I had f o:
years. I could not live without it."
All aruuuit tell U for fit bottl
V-. VJ a little - "
AtV ;N.obstrilc- k44 50 YEARS'
1 Kvbr- - , EXPERIENCE
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leave llitrre daily, cr.-; ...lp:
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All. .mi.. HlL-hlMi.i, . ..
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till pulll g on Kuliatid lv. 1.
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town I..,!) h. m. 5 Lo p. M.
Leave Willimiirtlowu 7.30 A. M. U. : .
Hurre 8.06 A. M. a.OU v, M.
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On ami after Monday, X.iv. s, lsi.7, -.i
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titnt', or bi iter icrvifi:
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btlwt'4Mi .Mo:iti"iit'r ahd nai
Hiiii will tuij .it any place lu ivavr pi.--r;.-'
Vldud U-v place in m.iUu kiiuwn lo iiu L' i. . .
TKA1XS EAST AS It CONNKt Ti".s
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i urn for iortiatnl ttinl i' .
He .eh. Alo nuh ti t .i
mil Mt. WachiniitiH', :i : .
mil o.;;o p. m. Coiitu .
i. iver with tin- M ail I
ovt-r liijuiiij!ie 1'ivi i . -'
I'aeltle i'tiant Kxpre?'
12 30 PM.
(l;uii 1'aL'itic Kailvs av t"
yuebee, t hii'au'o ami
tuact. ThruUiTu bleep'iik '
trial to I'liieaco cvim v
?ii.tmiayH. Tu I'aeilie t i
day fxc.pt Jjumlay. Ai)4" "
pri-Bs 1'ruin urnviiii; in '
r. M. Aino w ith train ho i -I
.aiionnter, hitelieid . '
Berlin, liroveloii and liin. -i.ailroiui.
t.'oiinee-tt nt Wells
prens train north over ! x
, for t..!ohmt ury, l- :. :
Burton and Newport u isi
modatton train nuuih for -4
05 V, M, belwt'en Welle Kier an..
train north over White M
Ilivitth'D l':-r hlHboll.l.ittb-l"!'
lehum Strrt. 1'ro.iK' lu:.- .
Mountain, Faliyutie, i i.t
I'. W. STAN VAN, Ueneral Aireni.
K. W.VlOKSK.Oen'l IW.
A. BTOWKLL, General Manager
rZT Trade Marks
rrm Copyrights &c.
Anyone indtn n ulipteh nrt dpseripilmi n r
pnlokly Bsoorlnln oiir-optni.in free wlielli."
Invention I. probnMr patentable. Cimui,"
tlnimRtrlcllyoimfldontlnl. Ilaixtbimk on IVri.-i
Bunt free, olilom Hirency for lui urint.' pal.'.
I ilti'nts tnken throuch Stunn A Co. lv,-.
lifrfcil notue, without chnrco, in the
A hnndsomelT ni.i.trntcl wocklT. T arcrst r -culntlon
of any n.Mentitl,- tourniil. Ti-rnis. t .
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Urauuli Oflico, tt V St,, Waslilnuioii, U. i'.
OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS
A nAi1 !.! A .
iuive ana permanent cure
guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless.
No tapertng off" process No tubttitu-
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