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M.J.PRITTS, hum:. vmiL -' cade :ti aU rar.oil l"u.u-j a CHARGES WOSERATE. .t- - raj , vtbj.vt U4 ft. r.v! tr a, 9 V.rls. ic ja Kin. 1 ' "" ""- "i r.fw.;;:-. I'. r "l-ri ; e. , . 5 sjrt, iui a ftaf- ; a.M,A f-iiP CURTIS K. GROVE, j SCXIEKSET, FA. '-v.-r... :.r:i..i;. t :-ai;rjaoe. AM' tl -TFiS AM. wtSTEtX W KK Taistxg Dene ca Ehcrt , Taae. V ":" TWiW .a Worf, y i ;ri-.-s. aim ! no. ' ' a,r,V:a Mr I rw M-x J-r-et fcivs,,j,-u. j All Work Warranted. . r5 - r" -' iny stvk and Learc TYVra acrf fnmiss aeSwsfcrWiaa a.aarc.1. . ai! tw-t in. CURTIS K. GROVE. . SOMEi-FT. PA -MEFXIUM TAILOR. lae 1 nntj i, IrUa. tATllFAfr. .. "-FACTION CUARANTEErX -'.n,ioci, a ex. r VOL. XXX Yl. XO. 47. ACENTS WANTED rue PIANOS and ORGANS! A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR ACTIVE ASD RELIABLE XEN I dtr tv iAl4Sh asvaKfe in fverv tviKrHT fur 1IK liiie air! ' r-ca P-pew-Sit, AiJMr El' Pit mm. LrtVTtH 1 H1Tt (y.HJw. A'"70 Otitic ir$iK In TV. Ww t flv th- very fw frv tiir hi.T T-i Tairf rXUrlhlvf Tv;iUiti.fn. ti,i atwi Civ' ftrfc-rtrlire. j SIELU'R A IKiEVE. MtLt-lia. TT Fifth Ave. P::lrgii, la SEINES., NETS. TENTS. and Soortinff Coodf. i ?vl5S ! KiiM..tific v-i..i ; 4 Ur- HKAT W.TKKN Wo Kh, ; !! ITiiKiF.I-I TKKKT. FiTTUt f : V, N It Thbta 2rwrof1. rt'iU? firm ; i : a.it' in-! r-Ttt ''V iiiaii 'r fprw fa mqv irt f !..o w-iTi'i : n nutter wtm jvki want in j i lit- rtin iiu, u citn i it a me urvau j to ruik-ic u or irr ; bom aa4 IIt;vts ; NOTICK L Ik--t (r.veri that tn alirat: j niV ie ma-K- luiv f-Tvtw m ltio5. t on f Yr'.'-itoj ittr A. tioy f A. ia1. r M ! ,TAn A.t ?- j-fvn Ux itw liwWTw-.faikm ) ir.i April v.:t. a-: t ih KiT-ir- ' iiav ot ra. ai.--i j Ahi 1USD& '.AITIIER. soiwiiiwa. IX NOTICE F Ari'EAL,. N fcer cfea that sif-al b j of I Uit-.r taaaHit- rr.;wny atJ rftct-t ia -h tii4a:i tmki.1c4 aiv r-)i-l w atir-j 1 a a J nu i(j-tT fn-t3m fc.r Tvirtrs m-il:it to tiCfe - 4 daT tto Use Lii f o k a... w 1 r I., k wi'-.vrn. AnM t,E.. X fF. Executor's Sale -CF- Yal E BY V7ETTF..-rfi r rv.'ifia,. t tr ui-irT- T'JfiiZl-f- 1 3 CvTl!DnV ADD1I 7 10QQ i OA I U.1UA I nt Uil. ivvu j Ah til' fmiml ia:. hi s.-7et i Virft In- t'a:n- t ? ntn. .A fc-.s. ao5 tTi'-i-li:: :a.-k Vvt to j lm:l itf l A. tmna,iu .i... r :u. h. ; 14: ttse FaM a!-i Wii. Ju.ia I Hi th j We:. ei,:a i,r.i rm e:'ti a.-- r."-e t-.. ! fca.rs a a-ii . .t a.ter at.t 'V- (.sit-la'toa ' l! . r.r e;r-. rn4 t.-;zr a tW-;r IV CiT fW-iVte-r a a-rrr: v -t7f. i J05IAH KELLER, l trji-ti. Un i-..t 1 ?.-! s '.,;.;-i. No One REMAIN A Dyspeptic. I have been snfferine for over two years with IHsjs'pia. For the ljst ymr I c:ii.l m.-t lake a drink ..f.ld water or eat any meat without vomit irg it np.. My life was a mis err. I lia-i rwimrtiendeil Simmons Liver Ilegclator.of w hich I am mw takiig the sti-rid Uitt'e, and the fact is t: al wonls cannot es:p-rt the reiWf 1 foe!. My ane tite is very pod. and I !i g?4 everything thoroughly. 1 siei p well now, and I used . to l very retUs. I am fiesldca- ep tui ; f l strr.g fsl and Simmon Liver Begu!atrdid it aii. I write tlris in bc.n .f benetltting rme one who hs offvrel as I did. and would take oath to the: Blatemeiils if so de sired. II S- Bvuoc, Syracnse, Neb. A UMIXdrS Ni TiCL. ! Ai.'iwiwti.tisl :.- 'e-jiie nn - s. t f.i.i.-.i K..:i-:r-.tiif tin: f.iwt inUw Luiet-uf ' Janifa iurJir-. Tna-li-r thr ie '4 ruw reai j e-'- i' !. Si"s. iU-i- d. U. awt arr tli ) -- '.r rntUM tl-Il-, u 'l lr:ie" iHle-e.te.1 ! tiart 1 ;i at eiv I"'"-' "f ! cms on TtiisU' Aprtl to. ":v.at 1 - km f. i isaki 'C jsif-t.r iif .lwaldnr !le i n, ,a ssnl .w..uu.-il. a ben aad bcie aii tar j t iMcie-! ran aia-nu. : . L. rv .-rt. Marrli It. Awliisw. a l I'MIN!STPAT.lB'.S NOTICE, - ' k.i.i. 6f ljea i Kofwr. dee .5. late . Br-stjerw- i n -'ire Tf.-nseip .. C.sity. I. j ttT i"T .1rai!.-ll"i l th alee rMate f fcav it te mtTUe-l r n.V-eiel by tne aai-ei-r. nrKT i iiere r riven to ail I 1.TS.O. lu-V-to-j to .J staie U. HJ.n ilr.nT-!l-' ate tTe-r. an4 Banna rtajtna tmnat ! tyawiiil pmM tnem da.e auWM-iw.-te4 J t.ir lielner.t -w sa:n-iT. Xr i. I" al I Be I .. tw. i.irjiiEMr.:i. in Ftei-.n ttie. 1 li. J. bbt RAKKB. j BiarX a l.iiilin;ie. nipUl W PEWARDEOrrtiyi W I 1 Lot I borcaii 1Mj4 li.eta al i j uac . ft! ta5ie ttr.f'i-ytacwt that a til I r' Ue tnem fraa OH-.r burnt aa4 Uaiilie. j The lo-r' .i are lanre atl t:-e A1 ery imltwrtrl ' on. -r-- : nar. cave an-t are t"'" -i in mi huitwired yi.- a -wl li ' eay j k-r.v u. u,.l, J. wi ii.u!. irije-r 1 ' n wi'iio no w.- aUM tri. y.ia a: ! r.Kiai w f-W4 : we Mart yt . everTth;n I near : ix. tni! ability Trvn -"! uoa,r tc ; ' ran 4e -"-il any on. W nte n at al aoec j dir fuii wL-wiiaeK wtien mail !rr A.itlrca j iSTtMus A Oi. forUawl. Xe. jaa 11. - r. A FINK FA1LM FUK tAU2. 1 art! mv TaJnat.ie farm at prlrare m.e. ie tW MOia&e ia 'ftn.yTeek lowwsh:. fln teile i friia aT-a-i-T stalhst, m trie M I ub fcaik-.. It enfciam !. 2ete fair-TeB.-!. it !a. mi tsaidmw. a i Cue ir-tsar,l. a wxA Ma eoai- ai . ia i every way a des&raUe hura. ir- etii-a. F " ' i nab e Real COXSTIPATIOX. I tiv " Fe'r rf T wfcr.'' Utbubw ia 4nwii ami hf!Tf It s rariw a T'r- ih fc arrr 'rn!t' aha "mJblir sth! -waH" arocspastS wish urh nsilu a Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Bad Breath Etc. Thf treattrwiK nf ConAifaticai CMrtvT in unt):iut Uke Uivck. The imrane Mr-li, .n't nx. ;.ruduv -r i? r?pir o!nr-i-. Ta -T2nt-. nu jtr bcil (if VK ni hwi nit mo mur-h wwi liisi 1 rxuimoi is u ti-n-v1 asr Lfttii?T. ! k- T it ia my bwtf j : a,t iKd witit ii, fell bar- n r tr it. ft ' l-rtr srt. Lif t fi, ta. J. II. Ztlin f Co. Beware of Imitations ! And do not be deceived by misrep rcseii tatica. BUY OJJbY TE Pare Seven Year eld Export Guckerheimer WHISKY, SOLO ONLY BY JOSEPH FLEMING, DRUGGIST, Harktf Street rtJwrg Pa, Vi W' km or ffitT'rn tit nw ?Viv ut il Itw-K Jir tst ail ir- '-. J- rSjtTr. -njnjlr aTWo--lt. tur-urXfiiRf the iitv. JOSEPH FLEMING; DRUGGIST, It is to Your Interest TO BUT YC-I E Drugs and Medicines or Biesecker k Snyder. mr"'Bs to c s. bi-vd. None 1ut tl .nrrwt snj lr-t k-j in sort, ant wtKH Inip beo-iw intrt by nanj ing. x f-nain of tlim A, we ik str y ihi-nt. Ta:!ieT t5nn itn on Kir cutiintT. You can df nJ on hiving your FRESGRIFTIONS FAMILY REC0PI3 uiieJ willi caw. Our ri are as low s an r other Srt-cia.'w Ikhk ai:d on mane tnicW m)cii kwcr. n ,,r ,i.;. tr ,r. 1 this arid have a'ven ns a Uvrye hare ef their . . . ttTmace. arwl we shali stui for.t:nue topr i . . i them the very he t their money v n ,tist nukt a Mw4alfy of j trtTTTX'fi TT?T'riiigT."' I FITTING TI tJfjSI'lSs. I We piarantee satMaction, and, if yon Viave had trouble in tliis direction. five ns a call. i SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES j ' " : f. in and have your eye examined. Xo i charje for examination, and we are eotu'elent j j we can suit you. C.ne and see c. j lu-jrctfolly. BIESECKER & SNYDER. ! DIAMOND LINSEED OIL WORKS. THOMPSON & CO., GUt CIO PROCESS OIL CAKE MEAL. Kl Heal as Sizzk Fi. Tlierr is no better or clKaper f A for i MIU.HIHWS. H increase the qtiality and onatiniywmi.cvnote ta any wktwu. For fattenimr i-ef rattle it af asses all otii- i Li .1 - . i .1 v.. ,'1 ei rimv u rapidly f.w market as til Meal. For HKS . a small qoanlitv caw he fol Jailr wills im... ...j .-i .. . r,!nil.V r-.ti!l aiol tif sHKKP. Hl;-S I FmWLS. etc, it is an exnrlient fond, keep- t 1 .. ll In 1 . -m I'll. r.v,i4iri. m i . it.. fine. j!alat'e meal. We mannfacture by tU OLI rROCESS rtr-im !wt ami tivdrauiic pr-nre. Well setts! UNSKEI OIL and fresh jrrontxl tIL X1KAL aiwaya on hand. Write fr circular and pmces. Send your or.iiers to THOMPSON A 00- l-tl-5m. Alleirbenv, Pa. DEEPi SEA. WONDERS ei- to ua U&Mlm&rt of SOrtafl, Knt it Tv .r.Ait A he the marred of lavets!..Ks. Tb are ia in-.-l i tTucuxne a.Kt teat eaa oe 4,c :i livitiff al bsr.r fthould al cmr vwd tlv-v .Wr Ui tlaiiett A f'ds. ieurUaad Maine, acl Ts-.:e irw, tall iujrmalwai how either tti. of an see, can taxri tr.iai a. to $- iay anJ ard. a herever vbey ave. Yno ara dart e.1 fn-e 1 apita. re ?e.a:r!. S-aa have made os.t is ia a ukffte day at tbi w,i.k. A'i ccei. jaatl-"-lyt- FOR RENT! A Lar Water-power and Sttwot ORIST IILX,, Meyersdale Borough, Sniaenet Cootity, Fa. Far term a-iiy to the prtineUMra. B. E. and I. E. MEYERS. 4- JIXT1WS.ALA, Pi, J7XKCriX)Ii-S XOTICE- laute ff Esau ftamwr. late "f Tmt Twrterlnot T., fMeaene enunty, Pa,iervaed. Ierter fctwoaemarr n the awre estate ttaflna tieen rraiunt to the wn'teTxijrticd by tfee prer antlxieitT. tMOeeto beretiy -.vea to i.l pennG inrfet 4ed to )d eMatelomake taaatedi ata waen and tfeott aarm elaia asaiM tbe mme to ri'..-'. nt then Ably aatbe&tmtei i ) .. . , i.F .i... 1 1. a., .tSl ' at uk hue re.len?e See d. ALTkED X. yYDEK, derT. AdminiwrmUT PENSION ; AGENCY! SOL. UHL, rwty enrVriard by the ow?itnewt vee ia Mark, op atain. saeaetnet. rw. narsiiK Somerset SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, THREE KISSES of FAREWELL. TUre etily tirw. ejt &ir!fng, fjparmi. ientsu rfow ; Koc u tad otou W ac! to Icanw, Vhrt we kipl brvarae we Vaxtd eara other, Strcpij to :te krvr-1 fw A& Laviiii our k.i as wanner LaTii bu : . Bat u iby kranwoiie beartsare wra 'hB aope aa4 fear are fpeal, AaH WAhiajf l left la site eirep AJAramen.: First of th lirw. my darlias. b arn4 nnto pais : We ka hort each ether often, We tenia. W&a .e pioe tueeatee we sii eacb other, AM do not lUKlenund Dow tie mnrteis wunb are ao mut-b evader Thaa eye aod iuuL I f see. 4ar. lot all gacb pain WTik e laay fiT or uke ; Barled, Trira, hrt it eesies. . For our lave take. The eran4 kiM, mr iarter. I. foil of joj't iweet tariU ; We havebitiwd eaeii other alvayx We alnayi viil. We hAii pnk' b imtU we fctf ea-h other Put al! of ticoe aod ie ; We &baU n tiU ve bear eac otber ii,In erery flare. The t-ir.h is foil of nnKUi. Whirb lore fcenl to ar1 (ra ; 1 ki t!, !!!;. for 1) joy U Lk'h ve LaI: ktto ? - The 1X kt, oh, my tJariicg. My kAe I eanw.t ee. Tbrwicti my tea?x a 1 tvsaemtier hat it may te. We may 4ie an4 3mtt sec eacb other. I'w wi;h co Uiiir to eire Any Rim that oor bt-art" are faithfal To d;e, a lire. Tut of hat they may a. we Who oar dtiag !--', b Thi .e iat tins my darlisa, ?H.ai the e! of dyata. ONE TOUCH OF NATURE. It mas in the early seventies, and I and my two jj&rtntrs a ere running . cattle ranch legated on the Medicine niver, in s.o:h western Katists- The recently finWie'l Pacific railroads to the north of as had driven the harTalo I-re-'ty well ont of the scuthem country, and the millions of acre of rich gra-s which h.ul (tnred coantlew thonaamls of the animals fcr untold ajs, now lay ojn to the herd of the cattlemen. We were among the first ranchers a ho entered the new field, but at the time of which I rite nearly one hundred cow cams had been established within a radius of fif.y miles of onrs. t ne of the ro4 recent arrival in the neighborhood vis a Sew Encrlander natntil Bailey, a quiet, rather delicate lwkinj? fellow of aljout thirty-five, who, a year Ix-fore tny story opens, had coue on the ranire, boaht a crnijie hundrexl head of cattSe, and located a ranch on the North Fork, aljuut twenty ctilea west of trar camp. Bailey was a shy, reserved ort of man, and altboch hospitable when visited, erinced bnt little of that whole-sooled fraternal sociability which jrenerally characteri-t-s tha lordiy riders of the ranje. This made him very unpopular with the rvst, and, ith the excej-tion of an old Mexican herisman, who served him in the rapacity of ecjw boy, he had very few friends, ami no int.uutes. We are all entirely too ready to believe the worst of any one ahora we dWike, and cowboys are no exception to the i So w hen, one autamn afternoon, big Jem Smith, the bons herder of the circle j bar ranch came thundering up to the . 12 . i : - . -Jl v 1 ! jt . i : . -i r . 1 uk-vjui. uuu JTam,uu calling me outside, told me that Bailey j was running off a bunch of steers in j which there was a M of strays belonging j which tliere was a M of stravs belonging j to other ranchers, and that the boys had j gotten wind of it, and were organizing j 1 a pursuing nartv to catch and hang him ! l for cattle thieving. I did not' doubt the i accused man's guiiL, Ten minutes later I had belted on my i revolver. .Idusl niv Boor and was cab' oping like the wiml for'u.e appointed i ndvon.. al! too re-a.ly to take hit part j in tiie anticipated banging bee, ' We were a wild, rough looking set who met that evening at the 2 X ranch and j i started out on poor Bailey's trail. To tell i ! the truth, we Were most of ns as wild and I rough as we looked. I j There were fifteen of ns in the compa- j i ny altogether, for the most part owners i of ranches, and the rest cowboys. We ! were all well mounted, and each one j jaraiedwith a knife and revolver, while j ) from every saddle horn hung the ever ! present lariat, Uie all importa.it item, i next to his pony, of a cowboy's equip.- j meet- - ., - .,rr . loui .vnuerson, a sirapiHCjj ..iianounan, j , A , , , i I , .., 1.1 i .,.,- , r the acknowledged master sporit of the 1 range, foil naturally into the lea-1 opn this occasion, as he did ujon all others, whose intrepid daring and unyielding firmness were revpiiretl. Tom was what the cowboys call a "ho ly terror." He did not know what fear was, but though relenties-ly fierce and cruel w hen enraged, he had a heart that was as tender as a child's in some of its moods. He was a lion both in lo ks and nature, and we all aimired him, and generally submitted without question to his leadership. Our tarty rode over sixty miles that night, and just as it began to grow light next morning we came ua with Bailey, lie and his old herder were engaged in cooking breakfast over their camp fire when we appeared upon the scene, and we did net wait for them to finish their meal before explaining onr basinets. Fierce and haggard from onr hard night's ride, we were an og!y-lookirg crew, and it was little wonder that poor Bailey looked scared as he rose ami tim orously greeted as with a "Good morn ing, gentlemen," a we rode np. No one answered his salutation ; it was received with griui, ominooa silence. "Jnst lake care of him, boys, while I ri.le out to the cattle and see that there is no mistake alxxit the strays. We want to be certain that he a guilty before go ing any fnrther," said our leader; and as he spoke he and several others of the party started toward a bunch of cattle that were grazing on the prairie not far off, while the rest of ns kept guard over Bailey, who had now grown as pale as death, and was trembling in every limb. In a moment Tom and the others re turned, and as they approached, Tom said : "It's true, boys. There's a dozen strays in the lot and no mistake,' ami turning without more ado to the cower ing eolprit, he added, with a harsh ab rnptnetis that was simply terrible : "Yoa, Bailey, are a rattle thief, and we bare ESTABLISHED 1827. coeu after yon to hang roa. Yoa kn?w the Ut of the rsne, when yoa broke it, so yoa must abide by it. Yon shall tave an hoar, an.l an hour on?y to prejare t-jr okath." A his iliwm wa thm sfken, the poor wrefc-h waa etHnpUftt-Iy overcome with terror and diwjiar. 'h, boys, don't hang roe! Yoa mosn't ; can? me. tie cr-.e.i .piieonay, laiitcg suppliantiy on his kaecs. "I swear that Petit was n. use. There was ROre - k-ntinsr in the harsh stern faces of his captons no stiftenine of their prim deter - oiination ; and cot a ayibbfe of dtsebt was uttered when oar Uwder spoke again mm MiJ; .'Mercy from ns yoa will not receive, Yoa had beet prav for it from voor Ma- ker. .In an hoars time vtu will I in Ilia presence." i . As Tom spoke the poor wretch pn one desijairiru lottk at the unrelenting faces of tho men uronjwd on thetr pomes about him, and, meetinj with not a sisrn of pity, fell, with a hopeless cman, face downwant on the irra "I reckon we had better leave him by himrs'lf for. while boys. If he has any prayin' to do, I allow be kin do it lter witiKHitanaujiep.ee; let's draw oiT a piere until his time's up." This most opportune Dd delicate sng- gestion canie ffm oidJake Ipe, and it wasatted nprm with alacrity. We im- mediately moved off f a distance of a hundred yar-!s or so, and left the d-otn- ed man alone to tuake his final pre pars- t"wfts for death. Although we intende.1 to hang bint we all felt that it was no more tlian Ctir to sIk.w him every polite- ! nes anl iurtesy ji.l-le un-ier tlie cir- i eciiistances. j Shortly after we rodet off. Bailey rose dejectedly to bis feet, thrust his hand in- f to his liosom, and drawing forth what looked from a d:srance like a letter, drop ped npon his knees and preswl it again and again tohislij with impaiuned fervor. Afterward he repU.-e-l it ia his bo?m, and bowing his head spent the remainder of his time seemitigly in silent praver. When the time had finally expired and we drew near the kneeling culprit to nih' onr dread work, he arose to meet ns with an air so calm and gentle, so utterly changed, tliat it astonished cs, for we bad exp-cteI to meet him with tears, supplications and struggles. He offered not tiie sTgbtc! ri.stant when we boitnd his hands securely be hind him. and lifting him from the s ..J...W..1 i.:n. .. ivt. 1.,.. ; j'U. V l ..till '.'1. His u ' " , .' t..- -.-.1. v.:. .! -. - ,v k. torn; where a sen.-.- .ttonwool had I ... , . .-. , . v wr.er h fca. 1 lows. Bailey was driven under the tree ; the no.. of a lariat was quick Sy placed abont his ne k, and the other end thrown acn: an overhanging limb, and made fast to the trunk. tid Lape had his "quirt" raised in readiness to bring it down aiws the flank of the doomed man's pony si the word of rntnmand ; ail was reaiiy for the final act, when Bailey raise.! his head and spoke. C'iliing Tiim Andersm to his side he ! said : Tom, w ill yoa do a favor for a :ng man. "What is it 7 was the gruff reply. I want you to promise to see that my ! f ,..''. t -. , . .-..- I ' .. .-.. . .u, - u.c . -.e. They are poor, and wi.'l nevd it !d!y, S Tom; so. please promise. know V5U 1! i oo it i: you s.iy you wul. "Weil, Bailey, 11! do it, if that's al! j yon want, iou may rest easy on that score; I pnitti;?. " answerei Tjm. in a ! softened V9i"ro. Thank roa. Tom; ad now just one j thing more-, please," continued the pris- ; oner, c-agerlv. "reach into nt b..m and ' get tlie picture tliafa t!-rWan.l H ,.' have one more U.k at my wife and chil- j dren la-fore I die." We all of as eat grooped about on oar pinks under the cotton wood during this orene. and, as Tom Anderson c.jmpiie.1 with Bailey "s reqttest. and, taking a piet- ore from the prisoner's Umsn held it 1- fore him so that lie could look at it the surrounding group of rongh cowboys be- came ntteriy alisorbed'ia the s.-ene! Not a w hisper was ntlered, and the noise of she restless ponies, as they chan.l their bits or stamped imja- tiently upon the greensward, alone bnAe i the solemn tii!ness. With a look of unakabie tender- 1 ,., ,.s . isi-j (liutu u is eyes uKa ue . . , , , i ,1 fully a minute, j .. - ' fn . rn km. Then his bead dropped suddenly upon i his breast, ami, with a groan he cried oct in a despairing tone : Oh, boys! boys! it's hard to die and j tesve inem an aione; anu tooie m stK ti , -.!- t. V..-H :rt she's not dead alreadr; I know it wilL" i W tW. .- aui a.iit n.HJt J'L-AJ , li ; He no longer looktul ct the picture, but Tom Anderson himself was gating at it instead. Long and earnestly he looked at it, bnt did not speak a word. Then he banded it to old man Lape, and it passed from hand to Land until every man in tlie party had taken a long look at it A sweet, gentle woman's face looked emilingly forth from the midst of the card, while over each of her shoulders peeped achobby face filled with childish glee and innocence. tn the bonier of the carl waa written, in a clear delicate hand, "Come home soon, papa, we're ao lonely without yoa." When the pk-tarehad gone the roends and Tom Anderson returned it reverent ly to Bailey's bfxotu, the calprit raised his head and said : "It was for their sake boys, I drove the cattle off in such a hurry. I got word yesterday that my wife was dying, and I took the lirrt Hetri I could find la order to get tlie money to go Jo her. I w as w rong, I suppose, bat I would have paid you for every head I took wbc-n I came back." Like a fiash Tom Anderson's knife was oat of its sheath. A quick stroke, and the rope about Ihe prisoner's neck was severed. Instantly Bailey's pony bore him aside, and in bis )4a-e, lacing the crowd, on his mustang sat Torn, with np lifted band anil his eyes fairly blaring with fierce excitement, while we were too math amazed to either s;vak or move. , , "That man speaks tlie truth " be shooied. -II never intended to steal them cattle. Bat whether be did or not, it'i ail the same to me ; the maa tha I am innocent 1 I call on God to witness , mibtT fierce. M n- , .Ait i to I ' but "'' . . that I intended to pay yon lor ihe cattle. , Te Not we re akeered" of . lnto' S . " ! 3 ' m T"" anJ ta ? fih K nwr .nt Annt l.an " 1 1. t . v i If a man is fit to m h:-her. he will l is now on triil. They want yoU and he broke completely down and wept j tiinkin' that at all, bnt we all feel .bont iow 11 "'S talthfu' " hw h i C" ": , like a cia..I. APRIL 18, 1888. lay a finger on him most do it orer my dead body. If I had a wife like that lady ( everr critter 'on the raBc to it to her : an'the Ws d. that wouldn't If; w man here thh-k. diffcrent I'm nIr totitrfctit out with him her and DO." F. a moment lknr nrt axrwae. : t,en o!.j niltI1 Liles:p.ke op: I i "WVti Toui." said he, "re needn't talk i th nM a. rn A in th matter Ta. j b I d.v .ndtoritow BaiJey that I be- S jieve j-, innoceo,t hen-by' make him ', r-et of them' three eteer o' njine j fa ifa buRch." "Bally for too, old rn.lt! thea my j sentiments; and 111 chip in the steers j that belong to me, tool" sheeted Bill Smith. "atne herer Te!!eI Dutch Frank. t mbbins too big tewra off hit cheeks with j his grimy fist j "I'm with yoa, boy:" f-houte.1 ar.otlier. ; "Me to said atkAher, and a niinute ; ! later every one of the "strays" that lud caused all tlie troable belonired as nt'ich ! jel tl.struldof rours run on. thiak ; U Bailey as if the tLuik f each of tl-ein it 'b a lupst thing. But it niav run into l,re ha brand and no other. ; catanii. tr into pneatuonio. tr con- ; The revulsion of feeling was simply somptin. tremendous. The very men who ten; Catarrh is. d gristing. I-nenmcni. is .; minntes before had iieen ruthleiiy in- ' dangroas. Onu:iiitin is deitth it-if. ;' tent npon hanging Bailey now ctowde-I j The breathing a; ;ximti:s mut 1 kej : aroniid him, begging forgiven, and vie- j health v and clear all ol.truni..ns and j ing with one another as to which could j offensive matter. (therwisf tin-re is do the most for him. trouble ahead. j t-uh of us as owned none of the! All the dieaisof the jsarts, head, j "strays" actually felt wean, and jtnlou j nj-, throat, branchial tubes and luiij. I of those who did, until Toin Anderson can be deliyhtfjiiv and entire! v eurttl by ; stiggeted a way in which we too, mi-ht the ue rf B whet's tiennaa ?vr;p. !f j give vent to oar generous impulses. iroad.m't know this alrea iv. thousands "Bi-ys," said he, "tiiere's none of my critters in Ikitley a bticch, but next spring I'm goin' to brand twenty calves f"r tliat &d " the pu-ttir'. and it's m-v intention to take care of them and their increase for her until she s growed up." "Now yoo're sbontin", Tonrl 111 do the sime," chimed in another. Til go twenty for the little b-iyT shoutetl another; and so it went until each man of us had ma.ie a liberal con- trilution. I P.or Bailer was entirely overc.jme, c ' , , j narrowiv, and five minutes later to have ; thnM vio hiit ivin hent nrvn .Tm;tin? ! , . him, eagriy competing with one another as to which cpuld show hira the greatest kindness was enough to urwet any man. : He tried Vi express his feelings coher- ent'y, lut coald not ; but we left him in the mid-t of his tears and protestations! of cratita-Ie. an.l mi. rtr tn t'w ,e-t c . " 1 ---- "- ranch to r-cicnre ul and fi,r r,nr. lve.o.I rinses before starting on our k ,v.., ; . - . Bailey is at present one of the wealth.- est and most popular cattlemen in the ."kithwet. Hi life did not die, hut recovered, and cow resides with 1 on tlie North Fork. at his ranch W e cwboys kept onr word ; and the i band has quit visiting saloons.- - Yes. he t,f a iv!lt K, Llv tvT eKfv ,llv'of fc.tulI Tliere is nothing like settling w ith or.r spnn fter the lynching affair taw sev- j promt.! me when he went into basic- servk-e it the armv. ami 'the "same pen- ! e5ve. the is a deal we ni4 d. eral hundred cat res bmnde,! with tho ! f,c )r i..!f t'.i.t c w.:;t.1 m.wr mi :n. i - .. i , '. . ... . . .. i :.i. .. : .i : . i r j : . . , " ., . , , imiiais ot laiiey s tm ani .laugnter ami turneil !oie on the range. With h"s share of them and their pro- geny the !ov has sixked a big ram h of his own ; while the share of the little ; ' : ! 1 . :. t..i r , ! f."' " f " "-v vm 1 j iir-i j'rairiir i. iw iiiai rer cTai-e-i ii;e , plains, makes her one of tlie richest heir- a- Girls Courtesy in School. 3!any young girls who are elsewhere well be!iavel and channing f,-eui to fri cv tliat a schI teacher has no claims uPn t!ir vwirtey wisich they are unl to respect. It is a strangely warp- " s,r "' r" "- sentinient among srh.w.i prU ullowa a profewedly well- l,ri''1 maiden to leave her 1 manners ! ie uo. rs,ep wm n r,ne into rh!. The teacher expects inattetttion ; E 1 itssdeoee from those w bone birth tnJ training Imve been of an unlovely ; S anJ algar sort ; bat it is unfort mately i j e that tlie most wayward and disagree- : j aMe too often theee from ; j ho,n one milA !' 10 receive the j most graceful respect and eo-oisfration. ; j IJir5s mha P"'1 themselves on a lady- : j Vike deportment id a reception or party. ' ! a, wou:'J l """"me-l 'o pay ch-rry- ; nlan tvr lettnrer ttie lmnviiity of oj-n , inattention, will often 1 fiippantly inat- ' tentive and impertinent to the teacher of j FntJh htorr y -- ... -K'u It.n .Kix.-.? ,a In uiuv... i.a teacln'r & a iKFStess, tier pupns are, prcp- . - .i..... i -, lenciH'r is a ik5icss. tier numis are. rr?m- grJa ami silting asi.ietne fr- nal- religions reasons for decent de- nieanor in me cnurcn, tae teacner is as entitled to respect at her d.-k as ! "i,r"-"r,t.,i"" , The secret of this croitr rr.b!.!e liew I ' Ci"- ; 2a! unwritten tradition of sch.xl life j wtiich mates teacher an.l pap; is ene mies. But the tradition is a foolish as it is unkind. Happy Homes. Much has been written and sai l lK2t how to make home heppy. Tlie mura!- L and the preacher have hackneyed this i theme until it would seem nothing mire j remained to be sai.L Bet the philoso phers have gone far otit of their way to account for the prevalence of ill-assorted couples and unhappy homes, and have overlooked the chief cause, il jet of tiie unhapjnese of the married lifo caa be traced directly to those functional de rangements to which women are subi.-et. In nine cases oct of ten the irritable, dis satisfied and onhappy wife is a sutTerer from .ue feuialo oumpi lint." A trial of Ilr. Pierce's Favorite Preacripti.ja ill produce more domestic happineas tlian a million sermons or pikoophical treatises. It cure all those peculiar weaknesses and ailment incident lo women. It is the only medicine sold by dru gists, un der a positive guarantee from the manu facturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. See gnanantee printel on wrapper enclo sing bottle. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a marvelijcs cure for Catarrh, IHphtheria. Canker ? ilonth, and Hea.Ltrbe. With each bot tle there ia an ingecioos Nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of . these complaints without extra riiarge. ' r" Price 3d cents- Sohl by George W. Ben- j The longest reign in history ford & Son. 1 deluge. eralc j Henry Ward Beecher's Sayings. I tiie ived n.tlott from the "-".'"' f'?'" iritin.ri of Hct.nr Ward Ik-wher. S-v- 1 -xt-w , est no.n!jerot votes. Via: ' " "w "r"r " """ ",v j ffai! the battles ttoere i n-x iUe Uw nnreconie.1 tattled of the sooi. Ilowers are the sweetest things that i '! "" loej -yrnuu.. ; oct "r"- without feet; houses of I mlVly !? without ntoney or : I'ce fcd men stij, ric; frota s-rtii him- ! ?er u,at ' U;e' j lPte. ftet feeding thmwan Is are j ready for tiKU-ands more. j H h too Wae to present duty j breaks thread tn the loom. an.l w id find the flaw when he may have forjM- ; ten the cause. j ldid make men jvrfect. He ; itU'le them j ilritiw auter irfintion. Don't j ami thousands of people can lei! you. They have U-en'eured by it, and "know how it is, themselves." Ifr!e only T-j cent. Ak anv draggit. A menial bearing a large package en-tere-iphe otS.-e of a great HotMon daily. " What's that? as-ke-l the e-litor. Mrs. Smith has written a five-aut pljr and she wants j.m to loct it over and give her a criticism. She will ca;i !r u cest weet; g-ol morning, and lifting the unkage down from his shoulder, the menial placed it on tie la- . , , , i " Come back here! Just you wait a ve minntes xn.f thm Ttn eantdkj.it a;riri. n rith voa." exclaimed the editor. Mn want but huie here bel'jw But wants that little strong. This is especially true of a purge. The , ' . " ',", , . . . , . , . kpt!- h " Pmpt. sure and ef- i ;" Ic.ets leave a-'tiong to d,ired in the i r,-:nt t ti.-.;.-r .r..Urfl'ir n is j j totally free from any unpleasant symp-t ; tou: or tiuagrevsitwe a.tcr e Beets, t areiy ! vegetable, perfectly harmles. Never Enters Saloons. u must be that votirhus- ........ ! s;,!e .( a sa: .-u, ami lie ba Kel t Ins j w.nL" " Wl.a; hli- keeps a dru: , is his bosine store." What arn I to Do? The sympbmrf of IJ:.Honsm?sr are un Iiarpilv but b we!! known. The dlf- 1 for in 'liffereiit individuals b .m ex 1 tei:t A Bi'i..;is man b sild mi a break- ' an excellent appetite for liquid bnt s.,ne . f.r si.ii.Uof a m.iming. His tonge will ; hardiy l-r iu-tin at any time; :f it j ; is wA white and furred, it is rough, at all ; events. ; Tle digestife system is wholly out of orlerand lirirrh.s-aor Constipation may b- a syuii-tom or tiie two may alternate. ' There are f.ften Heuiorrh. ids or even i l-.iss of b!..v-I. There may ! gi ! llr.ess J and often 1 eadache and acidity or tiata- i It-nee and te.idemess in the l it of the st .niacii. To correct all this if ru t effect a cure try '.' A'nr:A ."rrr, it cost but a triile and thoaxm.ls attest its e:!i- cacv. Courage, Weary Mother. What hare I done t--hiv?" the tired ! t'.-ther at night. N -thing but . . r v i , . . , I take care of tby and p?an the meals; and 'p i triHs." :k up'. My life is wasted n Take courage, weary mother. Tr.e ; ' "- oi.- rif S .HI li e itym f.f ornt women to .!.- last -.h .-.- . "triiles," Who cm do a greater w.nk j f-S we.t w to y ieel a p:eatng and unob tlian these care f r a chil l and Wis af- ! trsv 'mpreseion ; so that one of tlie ter interests of a home. She who wi h j kw?r -f creation may !. able to Pa!,,'r't love prepares a human ial for j life rts;ij..,n.sihiii;ies, d-s valiant service , . . . . both r. and man. T.ie first years r - , , , f m' ""T. t . e- votol to body should lie uia-ie a fit temple for the ! indwelling of the immortal son! Takir it K.M . ua tib a 1 , L7Vv UC ' care of a bal-y is surely no tntle whtn tumcl in t!na huht And what are the other service that j go to makes home? Innumerable as th ! sands of the seashore for numher. and in themsfches alaviet as significant in char- f acter, but the grand sum total serves, as does the sand v shore, to stem the we!l- I i ing tide of ou-s.de sm and suffering that menai-es with sullen war the sanctitr of' heme and the safety of society. The ha-Um I ami the children who know the coirifort ofa hap.p.v home are safe from many woes that prey ou tlte outside it shelter. Blessing on wife and moth er who " loofceth weSI to the ways of her lwcj-hiild, arid eateth not the bread of idleness." The heart of her husband does safoly i . . : . rr 1 i i ' ..nisi in tier. tier roimren arise np and call ber blesl." -Strength and! Innor are herclothing. and she sualJ re- y.tse in lime to come, -j M toy- Ur. The Homeliest Man In omeret, as well as the handsomest. anu otaers. are wvitw w eail on any j fon&iA am! get tri a (rial b-jttle of. tveirtp s &.isam lor ttie Longs, a reme-iy that is selling entirely opon its merits ami Is guarantee.! to core and relieve all J Ch r.nic and Acute Cgh Asthma. i a. ! . ; ! I Bronchitis and ConsaaiHi.-a. !'rii-e cents and f 1 iae WHOLE XO. 1918. Soap Versus Law. ; fiinu n:r .M. Joe armed with, mv - - - i lrt' U f.-ra vomais alio wu war.ffd a wit- : '--. . wti v Ubi-fHini: wwsa 10 . wrjp w aett:. tie naiva i:a ovoem ana wue ' " ' ' ' , saia: - I cant bxlay." . r... an. . .. ...4a . ... put a of and leave thi-. hail kittle of j -ap to ;i, jot to 1'lease your old cert? ( No. sire, I" " w C'T lear madam, yoo nM, joo really .hn s..-etu to andemUnd " " " 1 un.lemjn l that I've sttt . hi- kit- : tie f stien iid p srewse la biie, j . ami U It rnate thia. sticky ap :f it ian t finssTie-l b, iav. l'ou go Uk and tell tiie ie!j- so." " You'H be Sne-1 for " " Ydi .' I'd like X t see his MUtwrnry i'-try thal'd fine a woman for n-t leavin' 1-ersfjp biilin' when it was at a rriiU-al pint. a i:e might ay. Tell the jedge l'l rwiie to-!i'n.rrow. if we d.n't bnuher our tien; ar." if we .b, I'll couie day next week." B-Jt I tell yon that won't di. You miw co:i.-e now." " I-.k-e. y.tir.g niKD, yii think I'm a fl. I reckon yon ne,t-r made any ip, did yia ? If yv4 had. y..i"d km.w j that ' What 'lit the j'j'ige carea!nit your ; s"af'-" i " Wei!, wh.-st do I care 'but tl jedg? it it Mint t' that.. Iw's law and smtt's : Si-ap. Ij t the j-iv tend to his law, and I ii tend to my s.i;.. Tiie sr-otl U.k j AITS thes-t's a tiu.e h-r everytiiiEg, an' ; tills my ti:i.; for . liar'l f .ft snap." "Wei!, uialarn. if yu want to he lined for contcaipt cf c-ji."l. ail right. Ya ' wii! ie ti i assure an " i " Bah ! I know a:l 'bnt the law, au-1 ! there ain't anything in it, m in the : 1 OmstituLoa of the (.'sited States, a-it in i tiie lWiaratiou of Injejieu leuce. n-.r in I nothto" tiait my a a woman 9 g-t to i ieae a a.u oi iut,:-ciMKei soap an g-i ) : off to court when slie ain't a mind to; I ' g"5 I k.iow a hitie law myself." j ' Pension Legislation. " J T!, v... 1, , k, i i . ... . v - a.lia'l. iwci a uv I - i .... . i pen?en out insi n saiwantiailr th j mea-tire 'unii jiate I br thetirand Armv r.f -'. Kej It was pawl by a j larje m.j rity, rn.vle uj 4 Uli Bepu!- li.'ansand IVaivicra'j! and bHii Southern ' .nd Newt .-tern Senators, althoagh it was I a miitUii y objectionable in detail to some on Vth i !escf the lolv. i ! mmi:tee on t eitsmna Has ...eii iej uie senate wu y stibstanttatfy ii. uut oi raving tn-nsions in exa.-t pr -ix.rtirn to the service ren lerel. l"n- i der tiie House bill each hon-.-rahly !is- ! .-tiar.1 .!,!Vr iTV.. f, .... i pLi,-ai iebiiity m.t the resiiit of vk-i...rts : i,.,., ..'. i ri.;. ., .,,; t j .,oa a , u i i pa; i i., aii lionoraL-iv .lis- j ,.i.., ,: '!;, r,, .t, . i .,:.b.r from the age of sixty- tw :inng tiiir natural lies, whether disable 'i or ir.-t. i lie same inim n "'"' " " 1 ' i ios ot s.,i.i.ers aft"r rM'-h xty-t.o. ; i,, . .i i-u .er me ii.-u.-e auiemtment to tiie j ..-ie tM.i. a oejx-n lain si.i'.'teror om-orcrsitty-tw.. v-.irj "f a" who had ser- d . m-.nth in the army, woj-I re- ' a iiii-r.tli'v tension of a!mt ''. ; i-e! v -cents '; f ' six month al.rfit 5ht; f..r : year, ;.'w;f iao Years, ..;: ' t,n' f..r three years. ',Oji; for four years. . Ji4.'. T1:U me-as'ire will be !-jrtiiy ap.-rove l by tiie veterans of war. and it id be heartily pp.d ! y s-ium.er so! .i.ers. i.!icty jumjr and dea.1 !-ts ; a ho uii!l;:ieraie as .-..i.ik-rs. It a iii a In: violently opp Me. I by the great army of pension simrks, wlw, are vastly nsire 1 'ieir,i in; n i;:e s..ti'.ers tiietiiselres, as it ! P!-l".-r- att'-mf v's for from 5i' to $." in ; 1 e;wv: case. ! ...e (.nm-ioa iiisi,'uip.g every fci-va-M"- j '' ' '"".'.iiarged wdr w iien sixty-two j y-ar of tge during the remainder -f iiis j itie, and making like provision for the Wi-li.XS i.n that age. lien wlio certainlv have be a reacue-i ill i pp.'p..iti..and it is ipiite likely tlut the the fsJ.iitrs w iii divide in their Mtioort t :. s-aj orv i of the t j measures. Well Dressed. Tiie hert !,-! people are thfe who t-.eie.is, n.s,.-e. Tlie art of dress. ; -T " Ttiere was something aliont tiiat la- : ,t..- j. h I . ln? c ";ich charmed me. It was fa bonnet, or the lawn - - ?w.t Tf,t 1ilei' the ara!.sipie on the st:rt; 't P was s!!' as thj whole thing. No ing lut everr p.art t.ld uln - of harmony and propri- e... Dt tk'ri' that every thintj faahena- ""ing : it i often the wm-b vulgar ty. I ah ions thrive upon ex - travagaacc-; and a sarment is admired, n" or its imitabiiity, but for or. Yet, ar ' n foathew tio Bt make fine tJ"r" wcua nave toe lair - t are in ioem-tves tne least va.u.-l ; t':iey rarely ever sing. The orrot, the peacock and the king- fidier are lieam-fa! to l..k u;.hi ; but their melody is -,,re tliaa the bark of a pt-td. which la iic-s of a certain or mi- . . A , , certain age are apt to prt forto the con- . .... rmvur'i.fi (if t mi, i.. Si . .U I i 7 .. . ... ........ H " . . i .... i .-uvu 1 i iixn w think with Artetuas Ward: "" I am w.rry when I cannot sing, and n-v I r it-rn " s art ra :r-T w u.n t n ... . - - ' K!Be fctberdnr make fine hir Is than the cosntica of the fa- - ; '' ; " V.-auttfiii wfff, Jr the late Queen of J Naples was Eiale vinu-m by her habit of sticking jiiocs ejecalations insi-le of her stays. A true artist wi'J alwav take care tliat the fn:5K j.. inUTfere witlt the ..-,. i.,,, -hat if tK. - .ft i .tUfr 3njI t 4n4 t!w ..j, s , , ,. thin, jvf ,hre,is and t. l ies." as it too dl ften is. j-i . iA A irg-.ma farmer did not want to sell his farm t- capitalists liecama? he foke.l .. . . . . ... fit-svn if . J . t'i ; ri -ri-.r ... ... m. . . .. . i. . ... ...... wnen tner ontre-t an extra ere horwrrssl oars i.c ua. a.ej .-jir,j ruwijji ya mate ..., I. . l. .u..!: l l. . i . . . ; otrt tfie papers. A Brave Lit tie Girl. " Hut,- resumed PlunVett, - I 4 rr ! littie giri orer the fea of the (i J Ci&a ' ceikrpviiie tavern, tisat they ouLla't ' make raa by but that theru fire ( hat I've told yoa erboat made her j' t Up. - I "The little girl's t.!ks f refttse-l ffhk eod they werw f.-.-Ui ia er Iitta I bnwoat in the w ti(iertt! by soae old pAi mine. The mother had wtnt np t the river and if cut oS from her home, ) any the little jrirl erhout 12 year old ' wis taking care of the hoase and the Ht ' tie baby boy, and the fightirj aooo got , ao fierce that it a saer to lay down at j and place than it was to ran out, to he I rtaye-1 and hujsKd th little brother cVjm j in her arm, sad lay dwn on the fi'jor I till she bfarl the ilre er crack in ar.l er j roarirg. and then she riz, and with th ; baby boy in her sr: sr. ! hr hair a'l B:11i;.1? :'A the ,n Wh4d. sh. P:t,hl t Ker o: .al tne ! hve B I nJ 'W. tl'-at t. n, r larger, ti;i t-r I..4 Wt ia er , .j trij,,. i,rr an, trm w hrt il .wn.an.1 ism MU tal-v toil erway a ,l.lTi. and th litt.V tahv fi j fat of her, and er N,tul bor.ti and J tore bd the dirt not mom tlian twenty i feet In front, but An never Vft hf l.ttie and the s! Hers cf txitrj si les chre.i wnre than ever, and the whole line; di ed off their cap art I wavel t- the little lady as she wt-rst over the Itr.iw of the hi?!. I hor he Iiv-1 to w the Lit ff l-j(T re.re-l. and I hyjie? sf? may live to raLe ujt a family as true to the old tlj as she wxs to her lit:le l-ahv bn.t!ier. Had Paid Enough. t tlerk Kol-inst-r.. of the state depart I ment v.f the city trcast.rer'a ctfu-e, ha-i an enc-iUCter w ith a wealthy tientan aha keeper e-er-lay wh i wii; n.A s n be frgHten. Ia paying their licensr it is cuMoiuary for the applicants to hau l tho UHn-y to tiie rierk. wU j itjrtilit it in their presenct.-. Kvervti.ing n ssi.ling Miiitii)y in the o:ti-e up to 'J VUk, whenasmaii re-l-r-l ni..n edged his way to the.h'.k and l-gan ortiitting his nney in tiie f.dj-wing fa.niii.in : " !-n. daendy. ijirty " " -rti.-e, i-"ine ny ri tn." ej.K-T! ated Mr. : B.)!.tni.n. I tan't tiit here nr.til y-.ii ; crinl ?.jt. Idve tie ttwiney to me and ; Til -e.nt." ! " Yotj vill ? Vel I g!ie-w m-l. Y.,u : stjn.lt right dere nnd vjte. Vat y..n g,t payd for? I vai.t no tre.r.key d-.-v-ile pii- ness mit yi feiier. Yte un-iil Cex year ! We hw you. We le here den." Al! right my dear fe'...w. Take jrar time," kiu-iiy repll Mr. !thisn. The ! lienuta dnihe! otntiog the ") and . LauUl it ! the clerk. "Kxcu-re t-.it; sir. Bet I want m..re." "Vat y-.as.iy, ?4J.S iiK.r--? int im himi:e!, vat for von vact dt T "Why, for foe." " For fe-tn? Vat U dr matter mit yoa .robbers? X.j.iding but Cees. I hat t. lay five toiiars mi! der ?ith ami t'he4 nat street ; I haf to Wv Vi cents f.r iuv , pond tosw-ring: I g;f Vtcents for der j j. r-M " - , j aan . av,ts. an now oo want f 4- u.cre. i - ,Ji "i. Ir, t"'lT- loo . f mi k v : . , . tp. louibrtit Hi cent more;" and the excite-l representative frrmi tiermanv left the or1".,--. f'k-ivlrl- ; . j Words of Wisdom. Cur-s are like pr.i..ns; tliey re- torn to trie place whence tin-v eatne. The brave man is an inapiratioa to the i .-..k. an.t mn..k fo51...ii.- What we believe is rijht is itKr often s t-as-? it grinds ijnr axe than ; otherwise. j Never did anv sonl do g.I btit it i -eer oi l anv -ni : ' ca!n rean:er to do tue satue ag-.i:n w tUt ' mere enj vnu-.z.t. t " To smile at tlie jest which I t ...,-t . .1 , - .. . : . . . i.ie j-k Hi' id:i.. m thorn in an- iiier's is ln-Mii a p-in. i- : tai m t he it-:i f ; ,,,h E u , craita -V.is r.s ,.v-.tn..l c are either m:,. 'is rs ev:iTr,'. li g.-l r it-r hont imitat'-rs. Wh-kedm-ss inay j.p.p-r for a while; but. in the .mg run, he i... set all knavtat .-k will pay ti. -:u. The m-rie thj never ry lav.'S, the e that nv. r bunrhe. ti? t!..rth-!it tiiat never wan-iers.J-arv tbe !iari.irg-rs"of V M t rv. The Mother of Dickens. Tlie chii.ties.I of Iieken was siia.! uael by p.v.-rty. and liis eiativt 2nd imaginative mind was m keen -,- ',r ; his i:;...n, that it is lianilv p.e that he cuid dra an aiis..it;t-iv it: tin! pic. tir- " iiis p..rt ;;'s. His n,. had a keen appre. luti-.n .f thedr-.l s;l i- : p-i r- tl-r and ; -i tt.e i h. tie and !ik.-w :..s.cin-id.-rtl! wa a cw-'.t little dramatic t.-.h-r. woman, with hanL-ntie. I .right eves, arel a gtT.ia", agreeah'e ;rs..n. Fr:n her I'i' kens an-i-rtiot!y inh'T.te! his t-m f-rat!ient an 1 i.-itel:-.t ul gitt. She p-i--e-! an extra.linary w ..f t?:e bin- iicras. and h-r wer 4 i.tiitati.,n w as ; ''mething ast inL-tiing. Ib r pererption i was .piiek. an 2 she un?.-ir.sci-.us;-,- rxte-l everything that ran" nnd-r fw r . p.-t-' tion. In .ies.-rihi.ig ri dicce.ii nn-nrtea ! ces her tone and g-Mre w.,ild ! init::: ; table, while her manner was the-7-r,int-j est. I'icken deelan tiiat to her he owed I his first d.-sire f -r ki.w f.-.l;e. ari.f tlnit ; hearlie4 passion fr jadingas awak- tned by his niother wl,. t-sght !,:ii n t 1 ofy the arst rud:n-r.t of K;.gli-h. Lt ! - little Latin. IV vert r sn-Mened ' a ' darkene-l many years of life, an-l her ehiblren were early compelled t '"'ave her aa-1 eara their own hvir.g, init j a!1 If-aowsl And loved ber as -rc..vii. Answer This Questicru j Why do so many people we i-ewTn-l j ns seesn to prefer to sntfor and be iua.'. j mlerab!e by Indigestion, t'.-n.s;i;ji;i.., ! Inrziness, Vt. of srp-tiM, (.m,i,-ig , ot tr.e roi. lehow Sk.n, for 7". cents we wi.l sell tliem I.ikrii s Svstem Vitaiizer. gtiarantee.1 to cure ti-m. So! I j by lieu W. Beaford A .n. j . j Because He Did Not Know. i l. , Ts , , , iJmaha Isame I sx:r.;mse vu trave cd 1 r . 1 ""' all over Enrrme ? Keiurne.! Tnrist-Verv neariv; the tct is? beeatt disgri-le,J m.J returnel 1- i ... .i . . i . , I r 1 hi i -. ' , i i i.- 1 1 . i . n in i : .... ... i ... . It5nrisisi w th F.un.r-' j - Whewer I went' feotAr a-ke-I j (f ... Falls, the Mammoth rave, the Y.aa-mife ! valiey. the R.. ky mcttntains. the Tbou ! sand tejtnds ami dear km.ws what a1, j and jast hectare I etnldn't answer I ken j the foots trougtit I was a Lotvlon advea- tarer. I Ao tdd frieml retuaraed K. a d&wrwv. late wi.fow : I lp yaur ..! habcat j was wed prep-.i! Ui Vave Toe wel- l answereJL sjit.iiig VK.!ent.r. " Pre- ..... ., ' , - . . e.1 i mx erKuran.j.. - ' ' N.-jah was tire first man who strict It ' , . . c.ijrterve.1 Lent, tie Iive-I on wais foe j day and forty nights. 1 '.