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The Clarke Courier.
vol. xxxii. Berryvillb, va., Wednesday, august 15. 1900. No. 26. ?'HE CLARKE -COURIER.! i IHK WOW O* AU Kl MKS -. ?it \ '-! KNV SAUa H?lala, i t'll.TI I.AKS, \!U?>. BLANKS. Ar.. Ao. ! aaauiad p rompt I > an?! neatly and at fair i ?oes ;_T.I O I* WORK must be paid for upon ? ilsert _The ... NEWEST SHAP E S IN slioios and OXFORD? HI'ST LINK Oi' I..V1>IF-S FINF Mil "KM IN IHK VALLEY. Men? O i for. is in Viei Kit!, R?sala '"alf. and Patent Laaaa_af Bsrsll Sha| Up-:: Dato Styles in Shirts. Hats . and Neckwear. ?. lUINKNMKYKIt. THK STAR SHOE HOUR] 1??H N. l/.N.s.N Kt , WINciikstfr. VA Marshall Mr*t'?irmi? k H.H. McCorniick. Marshall McCormi?k & Son. We have formed a partnership to ptactica at All liuniness will receiv?? prompt at '. itioll. Urn?-??On Choieh i-? . in ?*.?urt-house ? aid. W. T. Lewis, i TTORNKYATI.AW, BKKRYVrLLE, VA, ?itl? i'l lo any Lis-*lie*.- ?-ommittisl to tiitii in th?* ..tirt-s >.f ?'lnrke and ?adjoining - ??untie? Bpt-cisl attention aivea t<? .??II?.??" tioOB. O 111 ce oa i 'Lurch str?*?-t nearly OppO* ail. f?'L' ly. Sam'l. J. C. Moore, i TTTOKNKYATI.AW. BERRY\ 1LLE, \.i. v. il! practice in tba ooB?ta of C ??r_?. Pis ??I,. \Vf?rr?*. nit Lotidoui. e?. untie? e Oouti <>f Ap'H'Kls ot the -?at.- ??? the I ? i a- Harrison burg. Dr. Qr. H. Oliver. ljKttlI>F.Vr IpI'NTI-?! Ifttr?u Oxide Administered - ?-OFFICB? i brer Drv Oppneitc P utnffiee. H?.i it? '?' \ M to 1 P M . .'? P. M t..? .I?? P M BERRY VILLE, V \ DR. HUNTER H. McGUIRE 1>RACT1C1 limited ? !? ? .i--> f the KYI v-n KAR II? M i:?- - -? v. v. r?. -.' ??. m.. 7 t.? i i m 124 W. Water St.. - Winchester. Va. o?-i4 8m S. DeLancy Hicks, M. D. 7 W. Water St., - - -Winchester. Va. Diseases ..1 Rye, Far Ifoaa and Throat oniv I>r. Hicks will he at Mrs l>?_hls ..n the rir?t Tuesday (Court day i of Bach inonth. j-? i iy ills v>*;-;- F litSi-llfgD ECodoi Dyspepsia Cure Dice-its what you eat. It ai tit. ?..../ digests the fc*od and ?nils Kafure IS ain-Dgtheniug aud recou Structlng the ealuUJHled digestive or? gans. It is ti.? l:t.ts'std?????Vcrc<Ui?K< ??t* sut aud ton:??. "v? other preporation Can up; r. :?. ?i It jli etln i?n?y. It iu siautlj if tie ves and permanently cursa Dyspepsia, Indigeetkin, I lean burn, Flatulence, .Smir Stomaeh? -Nausea. Sick He. dache, Oaatralfrls rrau.pt. and allot bei results of inperfert difeatloi.. Price au?.?, and fl. Large su?* curtains IM time? small-Ue H....W al.abs>ut?1yspej..iani.tL?>Jlr?-? Prepared by E C OeWITT SCO. Chicago? .1. ( . AVIS ?HARLESTOWN Marbe ?_ Granite Works, <*?>r. Oe??*|-e aud North ??treet?. JViehl &- Bro.. >1h?i itai-ti.rers .>r" " ''?l'MKNT?. - TOM PS. ITTATVE8 .?-Mat- ?ml >;.-irhle Mantles, Tiling, ami al! kinds ?.f Building tfarble and Sandstones. All ?>r.j??ri? promptly ruled at the ...west rat<w ?,I1 work ?'liar?n t ?-cd. ?x-p *?! J^OK SALE. BIOHT ACRES of land, attests-d m northern part of ??..unt>. .?ne mil?* from ?le? set, stars sad poatoAea. Fi??-r.???m ?lw?*ll ina. -?table, dairy, ?neu* ii<?in?e. hen bouse ami larf?e cistern;* '_ acres in rimher. Pri?e ???0 vpplyto D. C. SlfYDER NOTICE. The undersiRiKMl, bavin?? procure?! an au?? lionser'slieenMe for the County of Clarke, din-? very ISSBSCtfaUy solicit a share <?f the patronage of the eou'nty, promising aatisfac Una or will ac?.'spt no pay. Call ?>n ??r a?l dresa me at Berry vilh?, Va. Yours to serve, J. M. I.rPTON, PATEHTS-fs' ^^im^?i?JLnintMJAmL"rt CD EC Book ''Howobtain*P_UnU'- | llCC * i^^ ?rate. No f? ttllp_4?_t IsSMortsl. *j lj|^_?^?eaiB*, re?ertlt<??. WtotomUnTb.C j ?-???? ? *., , ', > ,??_>.-- v - s m? et THE MAO MAID'S SONQ. BtX' ! iraorrn??' t.. ||_a .!__ ?. '? ? ' ? ? i.In?-. x|t ? Oo'Mt mmtem t.- a?rp a?-<'st?bi??.? .,. ,x GOOii . . |.MIitr..a>- too, '" ' ' ? at?l Tbsi sill with S .,.ml. hastia?? Wh. on? ... ? ****?? ? m*?: Ala?, and well a i Vor pin, .n. ? i, . ,i ..?.?t toe? Wblt-h l*??n? m> 1,?a,- awa? . 1*11 seek. h:in In \ our BsMSl bra?/*, I'll ae.k bin. In y..ur Hay, i? .w I think th??jr'\? mad*, his _rav? I* th' b?-d of s.ranl^rrirs. FU s*?a?k liim th? ie: I know rrr tt.i. The -old. t-old earth .loth shako him. Bsl 1 aHIl (o W S.II.I s kiss By you. sir, U> awake him ftay bur? him Bast! Tliovmh he !?? rl. a?l. Ha know* well a? lao ?Jo I.??.- him. Aad who with pSSaa turfa r?ar Uia I,... i. And who do ruatel) m?>??- htm Bs's so? and ten.]*?- ( praj take I With banals ?f i i ???lap? Mad In?-? a_ad brlao; l?m home' But 'ti? >'?? "That I shall i It. i..-rt ; i aotaoi|oBioaiostoi??*#?o"s??is?"ob' ?*? m?\ ?. o .M o i ? A StcTj of l-aaaans of Indi... O t^ajo* ion o ?o ?t o ??'??. o a o?a o <* o .j c ._. SlUrtun l>haas leffl !?ls hut ai ? . ?lawn. He currl?*ai on Ula BaMMihle. ??:. iu<ie plow, eantaisttaaj ??f t\*?.> atroun posW**o, the ?m?* formina ?*ae i"**. ? aad thm other, ahtxl with Iron at ?m. vol. ?w?Tvtt_g at c?*nce us the ?hare aud tlM HlngV hamdle. He dn.Tc his two Util*. i?ulk>ck?, alr??e?ty joked, !.. r?.i. bin?. His Wife, Mann, an.; ?_???*, iC.hi. shrilly wlsh.-d him hi.-k iu bis day's plowing, aud ltaim-haml. his i.? -year-obi l??y. pi?.u?ll\ Itorv S j?:reat t>amt??o bow and i_uiver of ai tows, for who ? -oui?! t? 11 what l??*ast father mlftht Und di ibtv .*|?*aring which he had made in the t?u."-t. not to ??,??*ak of th?' a-hai. back eea?Bg his unj to provide ib?*?m with a feast? .VjTlved at the clearing. Kite ram Urin ly lashed the l??':?m off tbe plow to the y<?ke. alun?? the bow ami quiver at his hack an?l stuck th?? handle off his little Santhnl ax in his girdle. Then, driving the Iron sho?i polBl ?if the ptowalmre tats the ground Bad cln-.-rin^ on the lit? tle bullocks with an Inspirit In;: <iy the plowman I ?oir?n his work. Back an.l forwartl the little hullo? k? pl?..l.le?l all th?* Isaf morning. The sun r??>e lilgfa In heaven and pi?urcd down !:^ ' ays pitilessly on th?* lltfl?* clearing ?>t lour or Uve acres Sitaram ?va- blwaelf r?*?B?1y for the midday r?-st when little Hemchantl appear?-*?! with a great arm? ful of ?-*oa?r*??' Krass which be had ?,nt. The plow was stooped in the furrow, the crass thrown down l>?*f??r?' the hun? gry bullocks. Siiaiuni laj down In ? shady spot to sleep through the heal ?>f the ?lay, ami the lxiy started off t?i gath??r sticks f??r the tire at home. Wbsa th?' sun began to sink toward the west. Sitaram aw?ik<? He had had a dream which disturbe.i his mind. He though he saw the irn'at Mack linage of the god?l??ss Hliowanl, with her necklace of grlnuinir white hui.?an skulls, atantllnir before him as ha' had a*H?u it in the t?M lemple thai st....?i, feared and rev?'r?"ii?'?*d by all his triha?. far in the recesses ??f the hill*? Tna goddess snhl n??t a word, bal sh?- k at him with a frowning ami le couoteuance ami hramlish?'.! before his eye? the great sucritictal knif?' she h?ld In one of h?*r haada, Sitaram tr?*ml*led in ??very Hint? He dared not try to guasa what that awfful apparition nil,rht p<?rten?l. The ;**o?ld? ss loy??d human aacrlfflCBB, and. though the Sahib Ia?>K. ahe wer?? lords <?f the land, did their liest to prevea! th?"in, he knew that childr<-i". were sonietlines offered. But the plowing must be tin Ished. Tomorrow he would lia??' to b?*g1n sowing It? ?h?* in? :mi iiio- bs would try to forget his tlr??am. A gala, ??vlfl? voice and goad, b?- Blared the l?ul itx-ka to their work. The last furrow would soon be turn???l. It was nearly dark ??hen the bullocks got to ?he end of the lu**t furrow tin?! iSltarain st??p pod them. He had ??t?arc??!y let go the b*_ndle of th* plow when aomethlng that In the un?*ertaln light l?iok?*?l like a grayish puff of sm?>ko lew out t?f th? ?larkness of the i??rcst ami nlljrjitetl fvlfh a orash ?>u on?? of the bnltocka. Sttarau? rn_Btched at the str??n?_* bam? boo bow Kiel fttted Bp arrow on th.e string. f??r he well knew Uiaf it ?vas aas of a pair of tl???rs that the shikaris of all the country i<?un?i had beea tracking for w????ks paet Tim heart bad killed th?* stron?; fOUUg hullo.k that Mima's f.ith??r had given t?> her pijifh.aud. sitnriini drew the how with ah his force, hohllnc in his hand :i sec ond arrow In cast? th? 'list should mis?. Its mark. The tig??r lay on ft.. the prostrate bullock, gvreedll.? drinking the blood which Hovte.i ti'in a wound in the animal'!?? throat The arrow fh-w true to Its aim ami hnrl??.l half its length In the great cut's sh??ul?l?! Ral It hotl b?M?n shot fr?mi behind, and Sita ram knew be had che? ueither a nmr tal nor a dlaabllng wound. The ti^.-r snarled savagely and tiounde?! late the darkneaa, followed by the s????n?l ar? row. Sitaram aorrowfully rel??ns???l Ins aar? vlvlng bullock from the yoke ami drove the trembling animal BSBsS. lenvlni; the plow and tackle liehlud. The niirht closed In. and should the tiger return to feed on the carcass of the ?l??a?l Mil lock there would b?? BS ?han?*?* ?>f an other abot. So a family council wan held in tbe little but. Mana and ltet.l. after the fashion ??r the Snnthal ?v?>ni eu. freely gave their ??plnhm**. It WWA ?ee??e? taal in th?* moralag Bltaraai ahould go ami aeafc coaaael ??f oA? Ka Ja adra 1.a I Bhnnl the tMhnl prhst aba served the l?*ii,|?l,* pff the irr??at iro.hlcs? Bhowanl The wisdom aud s.-i-.titv ?>r ??alamlm LsSl were renowned throughout the ?-?ouiitry. "VHU to th?> anhlba nt lllrbhuiu. They Indeed rehementiv su>p?-? ted him of k???'pinK up the -?id Uantbal eiuaaas of human aaesMee and aaaaTn many in ?jutr-i*-?*? al-out Cha asataar, bat aothlng eeatld ???? learned from Uta Irfhesmsa beyead bints darkly dropped at the market by S.-inthais whose tosigues hn?l beau leoeeaed by excessive ?lrinkiu?. o? aadatf ar rice whisky, bul the sight ad a white fa??- or s police uniform wan enough t?? reduc? Lhasa to silence and thnt prvt.'u??.- of stupidity la arhitch when he chooK??s to assume It. ti. na tiv?? of India, whatever may be bk trll?e or caste, ha* m? ????uni. The holy i.nnn. sluing <m hU heels on s tiger skin apread in the perek ?>f tL* t?'nii?h?, Matened t?? the Btoey of the ?lroaro. th?? loss ,.f th?? bullock ami the Wouiiillug of the tlKcr. "I win ask the .i?vi." sal.I the p when ha bad beard all "Hut hnst thou. Bant bal, to give Imrv f.ir tbj life?" "'What I have. Itahu. Is naught.' s;iid the poor wretch, trei ll-?_ ??* MI,, |,u* a p?K.r Janj-liw.il: :1n?l I Lav?- |. ? h.-st bullock. What can I do arltl Is It u??t better the tiger shot my wife and child mid me tlutll v.. lsb of hanget ?" -Thou hast ? xv ?f.. ..?.,?? rhllcL San thai," aai?l th?. priest, "und l?os good boa TL.n Rajandru l_tl : his eyea on a little Ma | the door of the temple. He ? \ hack ward and forward, ami bis 1?. ?-?.hi to roll. Th? ii he xpol "Son ..f the santiiai. bear ? The Banthal Luvt foraakea in* and withheld the aa.rim?- of b wbloh I lsv?a II.-1urn. rJanthal. I t-tv)" ?'hild to tr_- pasea of saerlllee ??t fer htm on the sa?-re.l atoUC I tbv arr.v-A?. with LJs blood. ?.-. tTWa shall thou k.ll ? r??i tL?? Least thou hast lost have ? Letter one. .11 iMile lb* sweep the?- and thine from the Hie land.' Sltaram trembled ai t li? - comma i tin- goddess He laid two or . all the m.tti.v be hud in the on the old priest's tigei ml ?or r??w fully made his way bom? it M.ina aud Rebl the j..i?ld?"-?s. and they, i??<?. arerr? vers -<>? row ful. for lltth- Ratnchand wa? tb< 1 i ^r 11 ? of tbetr eyea and the J??y of ibei hearts. Bui where was Itsiuchaud He had not beeu *?e?'ii either by hi mother or his aunt, and iln-\ v\ . fear l?-st some ?vil aboukl Lav befallen him Suddenly the child li the midst of th?> anxious consultatloi burst into th?- hut. He had a talc t?> tell. i>l. be are ?julte safe: mi evil bad h.ippeti?'?l t bun. What, indeed, could happen 1 H.? ba?l tin* Low , near!;, a cubil longe tiian ba was high, thai his father ha ahaped for him. Then tin- little fell??' ?lr?'\v himself up to bis full height. II could shoo*, and hit a mark almost i well as his rather, though his arro1 aroutd not ?_?? s?> far ?u- penetrate ?? deeply. But then he bad his ?_ :?n the katas. or knife. Sltaram had bougl for hlin in EUrhhum. He could ?1? t?-.i biuis?-lf even agalnat th?' Berce ?-hit li..- lia.l been to the field where lay tl dead bullock, and the tiger had m>t r turn?'?! to its prey. He lied tracked tl tiger through th.- jangal, bul had coo i h<tiiie to r?'port vvltat 1 ? ? * h:i?l se.-n Sltaram nn.i Mana exchanged look ami each mentally vowed thai litt Ramaehand should pever, whatevt I might ha|ip?-n. fall uiuh-r the sa?diflcl ? knit??. The boj was a true Santhi j lcarm?il In Jangal ?'raft beyond h y??nrs and destined In time to b?-???nie comfort ami support t?> his parent Th?-n they luftan t?? consult. The could be no doubt that, nhiee the tig ha?l not returned ?luring the night the ??arly iimnilng. he and his mate. both, would come that very night, . tarant went ont to eee the state <>; .? fairs for himself. Il?> found thai t boy bad r??in>rt??<i correctly. His et my might be expected that very ev?. bag. A low hanging limb ?>f a gr? ir???, one ?>f the outlying s?".itri?'s ?if t langali almost Impended over the si where the ear? uss of th?? bullock h On It Sltaram mn?le a sort of perch Kinall platform from which to sh? the enemy. His wife and hi* ?let with lltth- Uameband. had their pa I in the drams that was te be enact? ! -aimed with sharp little Banthal as ami rude sp.'iirs for their <b'f?'iis?', tli were to lie bhhlen in an a?lJH????nt thi? .( ftadj to h?'lp at the proper til They earried brass ttlaJiee, t?><?. i>v i beating ?>t which and their shrill ?i ih?.- ?.?^i-re. If there should 1>?> in??r?? tli one. would I??? confused aud frighten The sun had hardly set when sitar; i i?M)k poseeasloa of his perch. He ?-?in t.'d th??r?' patiently, wrapped lu a COS >wu blanket. After all. sVceardlng -ni' European noti??us. this man se,? i a paar creature thus to perek blmi on high nut ?if danger while the won ; and tl??? child remain beiOVI with I ad?quat?- delViis??. But It intist !>?? ' nriembsrad that everything depended his strength of arm. ami bis eje m ! comma ml the Whole BCetM of B?t"*tl The tiger might or might not spring one <?f the WOBBeU or tin? child, they kn??w the risk as well as the n did. und they took It. The algm ?vas cl??ni and bright, i Bltanun WStCsied Intently. The I pense was almost painful. At l?en there appeared a long, ghostlike f? eteeltag from the ahelteT ?>f the ti seros?? the opaw ?'??uiitry toward carcass of the ?lead LullocU. ?.In linin?'di;M?'iy after came spot her i llar bul slightly larg??r t'unn, dragl itself along. Ilmplug aud with ?i culty. Any on?' Who bris watched motions of a pah af ?-?its . u a i tamal thieving expedftloo will bat lively Mes in iiiiulatur?' of Hie app Sn?"e the proco.;-i??n pr??s??iite?l Sltaram took Ids bow and iw.? r??ws In his left baud. Wttb hi?? i j he tl\c?l the n??t? !i ??f ? third I the string Then I ?? tool? a ? ' esrefnl aim St Ibe w?r*k <?; i LV I t ? just beldad tas baad. The bow? Strlag twang?-.I shmply. The animai I almost ?lir? ? tly under hint at the i ?m. The arrow bad pier?-? ?1 ihe spinal cord. The s?-.?.n?l tiger stood still for B moment. anlfBng th?- air. ' Tbea he utter?*?! an appalling as sl??n of short, sharp jrella, taming up ? th.* groumi with bis eJawa HaiMenlj the air was tilled with a mighty clatter I ??f brass dishes, vigorously beaten, mln i gle?l with shrill SCMSchinsBl fioin the two w-oiien This confus, d the tlg?-r. and h.? half turned. pr*eaentlng his side t?? tbe hbidi'ti imrnnj in tbe bree, il?* off fere?| a fair mark to th** skillful an who drew his how with all hi?, stra-tijith Again th?* string twanged, aad th?? arrow pierced the un? just behind the shoulder I.hole Th?- animal turned :i 11? 1 in his dying scon? for. as it turned sat, bla wound mortal h?* bounded toward ?m ??ni?- eaeaalea h** conld s????. tbe two wo man sad ?tas boy. He was r?c?:v?-?i ?.n the ix?int of i: ?ear. The heroic woman hn<! planted the butt of bei ??n on th?* ground and firmly ped th?- ahaffl with both hands, and sin- -continued t?> hold it with and ? ?l resolution, tnough th?' tiger h .bath struk.'_.'l?? almost t<>r?> bev '?> p with his claw - Sitaram. ax in ham?. ? when th?* tiger ?harg?'. dropped from bi* I perch. Hut be was t??.. late, li; ? j riretched out til?a great Hi as Bebt, falling fainting with I? bl????l. b?t _??, the abaft ??f her s] sank on th?- ground, th?* tiger's great b??dy lay stivtch???! i.esM?- her. ?This, tiu'ii." sai?i Sitaram. : Mana, after ?l??lng all th.y could ? low ..I' blood from H.'bi's w?i were cany me her l?**nderly t.? th?- hut. m na?crifice th.- ?l.-vi u worthy than th?- it' eliikl. Rajandra .?'l ha? p off my i Ik." '?Rajandra Lai ;?- a I Kohhed Mana. "If I ?evl 11 ?1? ?d p-.w. rful. sin- ?an tak? 1?. r lerself." i liey mad? couifortable t- lit? n - tucans at tem?an? ? skill conld I n*ns happy, for ?I ?? thought given her llf? sister's child, and the thought Sitaram had no lulge in sorrow. The tw? Bed and tln-ir heads eul o youug animals, and tie skin? verj tin??. Then, ai ?'nrli.-st dawn, be had t?? pack his spoils ?>ii bullock ami start for Birbhum. VI be got there. It .as n?? easy ma betweea the treasury tabalhlar, to gel admlssbiu t.. the ???i 1? ?loi sahib At last he was inn fed, bullock ami all. i<> a gentleman swan Just ?<n the point . i mounting his horse. To him Sitaraui told his ? y "Von kill??.! two ? -i night, ?lid y?'u'.-" cried the collector "Then you're a lucky fellow to I '??> tell it. But t?'ll me tbe whole si iy " And h? ?low ?i on a chair i; tanda t?> listen. ur h??nor's > ; them arrows, for .?;. :i hud Ui 11***1 yottl slave's best bullo _'ht bel answered Sitaram \? th many sal: "Hers are th?' head*? ami th?' skin Then In* unroll?*?! the ???? liuudlei spread th?" skins on th? \ .??amia. Tbea th.* cellector ?all..I Karin. th?- tabalhlar, an?! dire? ??! him t?> pay Sitaran. l?> rupees for each h.a.i when th?* pt?>r Jangliwala saw ti i bright silver pieces counted int.? his 1 hand be a.'tually trembled. 11?- had never aeea so much money in his lit??. | But that was n.?t all. for the sahib had ' been examining the skins, ami he asi. j ed ??hat Sitaram Intended ?hung with I them, ami when !.. heard that tiny ; Wete t?. be ?iftVivd t?> some of the ? cbanarSi ??in? would probably buy j th.'in for a few rupees, he himself at j on.*?? offer?'?! t?i give 20 rupees for them, ! and. as Sitaram could not go home that | night, for the sun was nlivady low. be was told to come t?> the treasury early In th?? morning for his money. He ?li.l s?? and was paid. Sitaram became a prosperous man after that- He was rich, ami old Ka Jandia Lai's propbec] was s.? far \ ??ri? fled that he so??n hecanie th?* pr??u?l possessor ??I the b?'st pair off plow bul locks in th?* tlistriet. Mana and Kam chantl were l?ia.l???l with silver baaglea I and anklets, ami tin- lin!, hut in the i Jangal was soon respleiulcni ?a ! glittering array of the brnzeii lotas and ! ?lisiu's with which i! ?? prosperous In? dian ralat. when he cam afford it. lov**s to adorn bla home Bui the temple ot Bhowaul nothing, thougli t.<". ,?t .??-1 ?lid noi rail to remln?! Sitaram of all be ow?m1 i?> the devL Tin? truth is that the I aboriginal had bail his faith in and fear ??f the malign deities whom his people hate added to the Indian i'.-m UaVeOB Weakened till it had almost ?v;?s.-<i *,, exlal Besides thai, i; bhuiu in* had listened t?? the prea< ?>f a Mussulman, who said that I he Brabmana were naught and tbe ?tere less, but there was one great ???><1 : Who had s?>nt his in?'sson_*er. one Mo j tiainim??!. to declare thai l>?f?>r<" him ail i men, from tbe highest Brahman lo the ! lowest outi'as!. wer? alike li was .. sirang?' ?'.???'trim . an ! Sitara m hall : lie ved it. At any rate, it was a rom fortabh* ?loctrine. Ill spite ?>f his skep ? ticism be pr?>spcr?ii exceetlingly. and In ! that be was helped not a liitl?? bj the fat or ?if his friend the a'??ll??.ior. Corn hill Magazin? Plektaa in???. The ctymolot;? ??i the w??itl pi.ka iiiun?'' is dlacnssed bj .? write? in Tha Ainerh-an A nthropologlsl. who says that Its poaalble d?*rivatlea was pointed ?>ut by Sir Han? Sloan?? In 17<>7 m his "llisbuy ?>f .l.-iinai.a." "riganiniu'S." sai?! Sir Han-, "i- S corruption ??? paqueaos alaos, applied to tbe Mack >r slav?? babies of Jamaica " Tli-e C loiliicrs ?i \viii?*i_<m?i er, ARE SELLING TROUSERS THAT COST XI..*><>. ff&.OO, ft0?**5O jiiic. ?3.00 For $1.11, ??lie hollar and Eleven ? enta. The reason they arc- doing this is becau they have sold the coats and vests and have the pants left. id them vonr measure and they will send you a pair tor St it and if you don't want them send them back and get your 5i.ii. -**f SAVE YOUR STAR TIN TAGS ??Star" tin tags (showing small stars print?-?d on under side of tag). "Hor-e Shoe,'" ? T T "Good Luck.'* "Cro^?? Bow." and ?? Drummond " Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of ?-vinal valu? ing presents m??r.tioued below, and may be assortixl. Every man, woman and child can And something on the list that they would like to have, and ?can havo T??. 1 Match Box.. S3 S Knife, one blade, good ?teci 3 Set-tor?, *?_lnche?.... 4 Chllil ? Set. Knife. For), and Spoon.... ? 5 Bait and Pepper Set. one eacb, quad r-aple plat.- on white metal.SO ' 6 French Briar W<x>d l-.pe. ? ; ? To 7 Razor, hollo-* _TOr.nd. fine KnR'.ttb *' Tt? Ma?.. -??r? ? - i M Gt Tasa. tere Knleet and ... 500 ?-. Tbe?-mo?eter. ? :r.a?l<- 5?.C ?matte, double Action S3 ...eso porcelain, very 8 Botter Knl'e, triple rlate, be?t quality '? Shell, triple plate. be? qutJlty- ?0 SO JJ 10 Stan.p Box.Merlin* ?liver TO 11 Knife, '"K?*en Butter," two blade?.. 75 51 Ss'W.nf; M s: os??. w'.t_ a'.l .?'.fe, "Keen Butter," I !a.'.e.. T5 ! M RcTslre:. 13 Shear-., ?? K ??:. ? raclter and 6 Picks, ilWer [S3 R'r??. IBM iOjo .1-00 plate M \ . 17 Stx (M 19 Carver 20 Six t. T?e*t ?M ?O i 3-: - ?wo?!. In'.-l?1 SOX a,"* be*t qualm HU | S6 Man?i.?lln. ?? rt "landeeoir.e 3000 ??-,:*._? Shot Uu:. 12 . -at-x-sor.a beat i?-.'.'.?. . ?*000 '. end ?set ? SuOO ?taadai- make, ladl? -.. d?"?uble-biv Jl Six each. Knives and 1 *c rka, buc_horn bA-dlc??. .x, 15H tus: _ Disc. THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30th. 190 OrilE.lK. IX Ml Ml that a dim? h won ta of STAR PLUG TOBACCO will last loncer and uUord uiore piraba re than a dime?'*, worth of aar other brand. -\i/-*fr*n t*E3:_b -tobst ! Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO., St. Louis, No. -? -? -? Will Boom His Bu S, Lava.. .. merchant, of l)s M write-:: "1 though i 1 ? have to give up bu** years o? suffering of general debility ! brought ou by overwork and loug ? hours, but four bottles of EU j Bitten gave uie new life. 1 I now eat anything, sleep ?veil an J feel ? like working all the time. Its the | best medicine on earth.*' i wonderful tonic and health builder ; for tired, ?real, sickly aud run-down ? people.. Try it. Satisfaction guar enteed. Only 50o at C. Blencowei I drug store. it in politio w ? ? an t keep the campai*. I lag; without money any more than we . can keep the bodj vigorous without food eptics used u> star??' thenu. N??w Kodol Dyspepsia Cur? ' you cat ami allow ill t lie i good food you want. Il radically cure? stomach troubles. J. C. a A telegram ?vas received in Fred* ', sricksbnrg announcing the death last night at Culver. Ind., of sirs Mary A. Se?ldou,widow of Hon. John Ssjddon, of ?Suowdeu. Stafford eouutv who ?vus a brother of the late Jamal 11. Seddon, secretan of war of tin ; Southern Confederacy, She ??a? 1 visiting her ?laughter, the wife ol Prof. Alexander Fleet, who hai , cbargs of a college. Her death aai sodden. lu (adia, tbe laadofffamlae,tho die because they cannot obtain food, li America, the Ian?! of plenty, man? and die because they cannoi digest th food the) eal K?m1o1 Ityspepsi -ts whs! you ?-at It instantly r? lieves ami radically cures all si troubles .1 ?' Avis I ?His B. Huntington will bml? at Newport New- a steel plant I c??t f1,000,000 ?>r ?nor?". He bs selected the site, a tra?"t direct It op positc his mammoth shipyard, an. on tbe line ?>f the branch railroa? leading frosO the Chesapeake am Ohio yards into the shipyard. Mi Huntington will not Bianufactur armor plate. Aa M. loua, tue uotoriouo Chicago female anarchist and. agua i meeting m Chicago a few daja ago. -"the auarchist are pretty active uo?v." Since the as? sassination of kiug Humbert, of , and the attempts tu kill the King of Servia, the "-?iiaw of narrow ly escaped death in I would-be murderer broke through a hue of poiicemeu, mounted the royal ooach, occupied by tue Shaw and ?and \ izer, and pointed hit .' the breast of his ma ?>? ? J tie \ izer grasped the man ana held hun until takeu by the police. The prisoner expressed regret at his fail* ure ami ?a.d '-the Czar's turn ie the anarchist are ha meetings and exulting o?er the "re? ino*... be lxmg of ltalv. Mrs. Parsons soys they are to have an "An? archist"" Congrasa iu Paris nexi mouth. .'he qu the le>> ?laii-er ther? i . ll isr.j i?? ill? ? ? - 1 l A \ :*? \ dispatoh from Norfolk Bays ?Republican harmony iu the Si \ irginia disti t - bj no ineaus r?t fully assured. A dual ticket ma) ?et be put iu the field Chairmai. H anna's interference has not ac COmpliahed as much toward bring ing about SU era of . tween the Bodeo so as 'a.??? thought it would. Ma: in.?? opponeta in 1 ol hin owi party may not vote for Dr. V\ :.??? The com nu. ? hoiu th? liowden convention committed th? matter of makioj ?:iou, met m Norfolk laat week. \ i wl never riml any ot ..? prompt ah i ? ' '"" th- Karl\ '?.' -- - lien jam in l?. Lunsford, a well known farmer, living neai the Pan quier White Sulphur Springs, On Satur?la\ from ? "?:;?. 01 of tb< Stomach THECLARKK COI'RIKR JOHN O. GROWN. Kaitaaattaa Fsa ,,K THK ? i v?:ki- corrtiKR waiwkly at 0?l l*AI!> two d?'l!*r-i will be lovaria' ?1 Ijaeaaaas si ate . ?11 f??r thr year or year at I**??? r ___________W?_.MaMMa?l?a?WJHM???1?M?.? L. E. Ricamore 1- r***cs*fivl ng al BOOKS and STATIONED ami wil l rand MISCELLANEOUS. PEIVATE ?UTI PUBLIC SCECOL bcce: PHOTl '?KAl'H | stationery ane office : In ? est. tl rue*' W all I3 ? |> ?- i Our Suinmer Millin? Ladies' Furnisi Ladies chem - i - i h Business Enlargement. New Trade and New Slock. ? Stove and Tin ha?.: _urc ? ? 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