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McNeill will be conflned to his ? ra! days untll a I veeael in hl* laag* rst uader <s ,o *.... ;. ii *a* I YOUNG CO'tPLE SPENOS HOSEYM-ON GN RAFT WOODMAN TAKES BRIDE ON TRIP FOR HEALTH AS WELL A8 PLEASURE. Port Jervis. N Y.- Of the 36 rafta thi* city - way -?arc river to tolewater there waa aat had a built on lt. Cupid rode on thla raft. 8uffering from asthma. John Hur a down eaat Yankee. had ?d all wlnter ln t: [)ela ware logglng country and ha asalatant helmaman on rar to tldewater thls sprlng. Ra had his last trlp the oth with him h1s t - a natlve of the Deiaware vailey and durlng the g out of tlmber i .lcle's He Took with Him Hia Bnde ?state had fre aken the men thelr tnoa It was a ca.-- <dght. local pren a raft ar lt aa far as Hordenu From where th? on has accepted a ?n with a well known firm. Bur rowa took many anap ahota o' ry and ' ' atlng The brlde did the coo) | it la said by the other men aboard that tbe dinnor w? Bafjal the men alept retnained atx.ard. Kurrowa aa>> entirely catad of asthma and hU ? marrlage. aaya ahe haa had I lightful weddii the raft with the hear' of the crew and a aour. COW SWIM3 THIRTY MILES. The cow had Chaaea Steamboat In Miasiaaippl for Love of Htr Calf. ? eaaaar B| tween St I-ouis ar a red "muley" cow whlch bwh: mllea ln the Mlsslsslppl riv^r for love ? f. The cow was . by flahrrz: Mad'.son. Spread Kagle wtopped at !" 111 . to load cattle. The red cow did ?at. Aft calf had been load pOHsessed of a cowly Inatlnct that harm mlght ? ar I aprlng. charged the gang plank. charge d The charged the crew. Aft. aral deck handa thrown themaelvea Into tbe Mlaslsslppl to aacape the lnfuriated cow she fol lowed the last one overboard and aank. The crew were flshed out. The Spread Eagle ateamed on toward Graf ton. The cow headed down rlvcr and. nilstaklng a city-bound boat for the Spread Eagie. started ln pursult swam near th. if the current, head bigh above the water. Darknesa came on and the poor cow lost slght of the decoy she was followlng. but she swam bravely on to the rescue of her calf. Et morning at eight o'clock two .nen at Madisoa saw the red swlmmlng with the currenL went out ln a rowboat and threw a rope about her bead. towing he* to the shore and maklng her faat to a tree. A half hour later a steamer hove ln afgbt up rlver. The red "muley" aaw tbe boat aa soon aa the nshermen and she stood wlth her eyea flxed on the appioaching monster. When the boat waa within a half mile tbe cow began to dance round and round the tree to whlch ahe had been roped. Sure enough, tbe boat waa the Spread Bafda Saved by Seizing Mule'a Tail. Columbua. O.?Many a man haa been killed by seizing a muh by the tail. but Harry MaAtoatt, a fruit wa gon driver. saved his ltfe by auch aattoa His wagon was struck by an inter urban train and McAleert would have been cnished under the wbeela If he had not grasped and bung to the tail of one of the mules be waa driving. The mule, freed from the wagon by the ahock, ran away, and the drtver waa dragged from the track. Almoat Deatitute. "Pleaae. would you be ao klnd, alr, aa to aaalat a poor man. alr. Beeidee thla 'ere bludgeon, loaded wlth laafl, I have not hing la thla wlde world to call my own."?Loyal Magazlne. CURRENT VERSE. Fencea and Offencea. tttatde the i>n<-e you may reeal t be* ttke a r??ul?r a] m?y bare to aawwei urt. * aa old a* t of the fenre was dl>*i?oe. ^>r Kve v. wln; like her? a ? ??? ? aad an aagbi a virtue urt aaaaa, and ye( . ? aa Ten Years After. nd. even aa I She fl*<i!y atarta u are tha lir?? that one* he preaaeA, IIe Daad r ahe waa falr. An- ''tant. ar.lent care **? fc **ed Hfr aa ha hold her to hla t?r And twor? tiat wl *ere npart ? -vaa hla co: Ane hcpeleaaneea waa ln ?st her hremrt thelr haby aieepe: have loat - apa ? And ahouta and Laugha and alnga and apa A fo*>l? tear* In the flana ha Jralne. Swinburne. kr morn-: * orld. :a had apc.-h wlth miit upon tha ?oft mualc. where tha earlleet fountaln ? wlrlad. And th* flrat !c . dew pea ?? waJted. tha young- aoul SJlnelne. they W"hei- r tha etia'e whlta <? hurled. hath wakanad. and tha aong ?aa) Tbe notea of pasalon ? oe. Thr'. ? radlani laughter of a afake anawer to tha ' tbe eea? ?alc that uone ela* know A aonaj fflte Bre, balf-tamed and falbot. In Acadenay. I Wlll. -. a I a *? to atand <omplalnlng of ray . bor's a- ??? I wlll ceaae to att reptmng whila my duty'a call la i I ? waata no mouirat ?hlnlns; and my haari ahail kauw no faar. 1 wlll look aoniettm?e abr.it nia f' rtl praiae. t wl'. J.lan beaut'.ee that tiiblrr'e fikf. 2 wlll try aaitnaant ta tha patha that I muat traad. I wlll oeaee to hava reaenttueat when ano <ad. 1 wtll not be ewayed by envy whea my rtval'a Mrwncth la I wlll not dany 1*11 atrlva ? I wlll try t.. eea tha beauty apraad befora :aln or ahlne? to prea. r .t and ba nio: - -a. K. Klaer. In ChJ. -go ara'.d. Love'a Tapaatry. 'wtch the pivleat atara That Baesama ln the aummer aitlea, Uasea of tha ataa, A fllght of opej butter" *'A aketrh of allvar from tha moon. And tremhltng erea ? t ha t Tha ralnbow that but ye*-. Waa Kundertul agaunst tha braeaa; "Tha whltest roae that ever blew, Tha dawy emarald of the luwn; And all the appla-buda that laid Thelr pearly llpa acaltvst tha dawn; "And f*t.-h the nlght* I watched for hlr? of t.-ara 1 <-rled. Ing tl.e tlttle iot. that broke My hcart upon the nltM hc . "Thert tn the twlllght I ahall alt. , And naver hear tha yeara that flee, I I apeetry Of draama . and me." ?Archibald BulUvaa, tn Omart Set. Tha Song of Love and Oeath. Sweet la trur love, the* (Um ln vain. ln valn. And aweet la death who puta an end to paln 1 know not whlch la aweeter. no. not I. Love. art thou aweet? Then bltter death must be; Love, thou art bltter. aweat la death to 0 Love, lf death be aweeter. let me die. Sweet Ix>ve, that aeema not made to fade away. Sweet d?ath. that aeema to make ua luve leaa clay. t know not whlch ls aweeter, no, not I. 1 faln would follow love. if that could be; a muat follow death, who calla for Call aad I follow. I follow; let me dle. ?Tennyaon, "Idyla of the Klng." Life and Death. If death be final. what la llfe. wlth all Ita lavlah promlaea, Ita thwarted aitna. Ita loat ldeala, Ita dlahonored clalma, Ita unoomplrted gro/arth? A prlaoa wall. Whoae haartlcaa atonea but echo back our call: An epltaph recordlnc but our namea; A pvtppet-atage where joya and grtefa and ahamea Furnlah a dTion jeaters' carnlval; A plan wlthout a pirpoae or a form; A rooflesa temple; an unflidahed tale. And men llka madreporea througb calxn and etorm Toll. dle to build a branch of foaeil frail. Aad add from all thalr dreamn. thoughta, acta. bellef. A faw more ln<-he? to a roral-reeC ?Chriatupher Pearsa Cranoh. An Advantageoua Poaition. Advertlaer?I wlsh thls advertise ment placed in some part of the pa per where people wlll be aure to seo lt Editor?Tea, slr?yea, alr. I can put lt rlght alongalde of an edltorlaJ, lf you wiah. Advertlaer? Hem! Pleaae pat lt alongalde of tha newa? New Tork Weekly. MADAM KOBINSON A Beautiful Hair Dressing and Tonic for the Hair ! Read what Madam Robinson, the Famous Black Patti, Queen of the Opera, says of Kink-ine PROF. ROBERTS, New York City, Dear Sir otr And ctubics mc to do it up in any of the ma; that I use on the ?.ta? It docs all you claim for lt, and I would not bc w.thout k Yours sincerelv. Mmk Ro?.', Kim r Dressing is a delightful perfumed tonic prefartd largely for the u?e of colored tc ?arantceo fc and harm!Jssr It mJrAc^sh stubbo^n *** <"'; ft ?*M? you to comb it w.th easc and to icsHt m any style that you may v R. B\LLINGER, Successor to D. Roberts 343?>4th St, N. Y. Iknigbts ot ^tbiae, N. A., S. A , E. A., A. AND A. This orgamzation is one of the raost powerfiil in the country and !<?* pr< !>een phenominal. The Grand Lodge of Virginia has juris dict r all of the emes and counties in thisstate. Thirty male< are icquired to organize a new lodge. The beuefits paid constitu'e one of its st features, but the principles are greater than anything else Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on Be uevolence, the rcspectable, upright people of the state will find it an order worthy of their heartiest support. It pays an endowment aud burial beuefit of of $200.00 for all ages It pays $4.00 per week slck dties. The badge costing 75 cents each is the 5 ;^Xy rCgalla' F?r inf?rmation ?<*??* the orga'nzaition of lodges Tbe Courts of Calanthe Is the Female Ikpartment of the Order. It requircs a membership of tx?-!TiV- Pcrs'nsU)(,rKamzc a court. Itsmemoers are pledgcd to exhibit Fidehty, exercise Hanuony and prove Love ouc for the other It pa an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3 00 per l ck ducs. The only expense for regalia is the coot of the badge, so cents aud ^tiug 2=; centl forfuneral occasions THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Departrnent also con stitutes a feature and person | do better than to enl ittlc ones into this mvstlc circVe The expense is uominal au l the benefits all tl lld be expected. It pays from $i^to$i.5osickduesanldeithb,aefit5offro:n | ,00. If you have noPythiao Lodge or Lourt or Baud in your neighborhood, orgrnia, one. For all inform ition conceruing the Children's Departuieut address, Mrs. Anna Taylor, VV. IC, u ? ? , . 120 W. HillSt., Richmond, Va. For all information concerning special rates of JOHN MITCHELL JR membership in the ledges and courts. address txz N. 4th St., Richmond Va - Hiir i?r?ssing can l?e ht at Jciinings and Itrown Drug -i'urg, Pa. JimCrowCar; : G O IN State of Oklahoma Th.* I'nitod 8tat a Cireaiit Poart ia ? d th ?r i ho I -n I'row Oar Law paaaed by tho IttgUlatare is an eoauttltati ? .?.!* and rr<strars t<-> frdeta . m> d?K<Tiu?iiis t'TV |., | ? . ,. \, ,-,, ru,.#, po oa in t!, TsrSrsfora t! is is pnqrvestVmabl} .? u tho .'ni..n f< ? ?<-n II \' ii ar? iii'errntod, sond M nap af kafasasa ? ill no. .1 Doa*| a^nd B, Uut >.ud aHaaff or money stetor. a<! s. dh r.i a Ri aaaiaj Laaaajatasa, *>kia. BLACKWELL ?fc BRO. OKE OF THI liilllMi, IMMKKf Praetlcal Houho aiKl Htfu Patatrr* Grainlng and Genersl Cktstrao tors. .ALL WORK OUAR \NTKKI) ... Ca: ana or Or<ler> ...Otra oa a trlnl. yoo wtil rnnrw r*w?.t l?... Ad4lreas, rion 8t. IVter 8treet, Kli HMllMi V % Tlione 541HH. Nctlca tc Qult. Landlady-To the pure all thlngs are pure. The BtOWard Put not to the extent of marpai;:. and ak milk. madam He got his r.ili and noUce to quit tha same I ?????Ba-gaBMaaaBBjBBBjB^ajBBaKaj Furnlshed Rooms, 50c. up. Meals, 50c. up. THE MT. CLEMENS HOTEL OND MINERAL BflTH HOUSE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Phone, 245. Has opened its doors for the accommodation of COLORED PEOPLE that may come to Mt. Clem ens in the future for thelr Health and Treatment on Rheumatism. lt is the only Hotel and Mineral Bath House own ed and conducted by a colored man at any of the health rescrts in the Un ited States. ajBjr-Writc f?r Sj>ecial Ratcs."^*, QafO I lin\HiNM>N, Tkop. 48 VVelts St., - Mt Clemena, Mich. K?tablteh~t muu 'Phoae 41AO. JOHN FOXEL, D*?ai?v iu Geoeral Llne of i aJNH IM) HTUM.B GROCKKIE8, KOTIOV* IKISII MKATS. G|. <aKH. Tt>BAOOO, 1CE, VVOOD. OOALs Ae. 118 OH HT KK'HMOND, VA. PBaaanl An Astrologleal Readlng aent free to anyone enclosing two cent stamp far mailitig chargea, etc. Send date and month of blrtb. Wrlte to day and addreas PROP. J. H. HOLMES. 1" 1 r. Flaltic Avoiiuo., AtlanUc Oity. ML J SCHOOL SHOES. Capitol Shoe & Supply Company, No. 210 East Broad Street. A complete stock of Boys,' Misses,' Men's. Ladies,' & Children's Shoes. ALL THE LATEST STYLES. Natlce! For old papers, call on us. We are eelllng tbem at flftaon oenta per hundrod. BOARDINO & LODGING Rataa Roaaoaabla. All tha Conaforta ? ? af Haaaa 4 a, Orrlera reoeived by lettsr or talegrapb MRS.BOOKEK LEPTWICH. paoPBiBTaaas. 816 la 2nd Mt., Blchmoad. Ts Let (ls Do Your Job Work. Neatly and Expeditiously Executed. MRS. JOSIE A. GRAHAM Virginia's Most Success ful Hair Culturist. PARLORS IOoE. Lelgh st. - Rkh?,oa4l Phone. 1044. Prlvato i'artooi. CoolldentiaJ fj*^ ?iew? aad Ooirespoodeana. a THv lmr*** ?n*1 xaast np-to-data Hair Droaala, Parlars ln RIAmoS? The very beat preparatloaa Uatcaa bedm.d. for tha hair. acaTfaS bare templea. 2 5ctl p?gj "J maii, 35cts. ' Skln Po for devetoping and besuti Pn^w'' 8"Per?or Valvat Lfq?id mul 5.1 f?r ,K,Tl?* *? fac? - beaa By^N?^'25^1-^^ Oraham's Vagatablo Hair Dyo tha fi?r?rtr?^iu" Md p"b"c ????>? Mr.. 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