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HD i. a i( \ \. n vxsoXi H ! A'.M--- STAINBACIC; HAHOI.IJ \ i N t i. \ i . ??*" P ill I.OTI Ii: l?l< KENSON. ? ? . HARRY i ii \ 11 u 11 k UL.Mil WOOD. >"???? from Chadwick?. Peiir Editor,- Emmi 1? sendln? a beadini: for F?pi?mli?r imi I the third part ot l?> Story, "From Virginia." Harry has breit teal ?Irl?, mihi ?o nap net able m send ?ny contributions n tb? pas* this week, w.? had a dreadful storm yesterday, T!:e tik?<t nlriR ptr-ir'K .1 store rear ill and ?et it Hire, and the electric wir'* wer* almost tern to pl?.-e?. while levers] tree* were blown down 1 think Codrle Beveriye nri Do St It!. 5 !? ir'ii !.? line t tnuat ? :?.??? tor thla tlnr. Yt>Ur affectionate member. v. n.i.Trr? r. Chadwick. Car* W. lam Chadwick, Kattonal Soldiers' Home. Hampton. Vs. AboMt Mountain Ohildran. Dear Edltor,?I enjoyed readln? your 'e'?r and Mnrsar.-t Hopp's account of her visit to the mounf.it*?* of Vtrrlnta. When I a lltttn slrl In the kindergarten I learned that the children In the mountain? did i t Bo to school or study Bui word of Oed, but we would setid them presents ?>? Christmas . Our >-'a-e <-?,.. help the children hy he dire bettet ichool?. lending mir- teach' rr? and send '>re>kt The church rni lie'p them hv ?errflpc them ministers of th? cis ??hri.'-lan lesohers and Bibles I :u going lo suggest that the T. P C ' c.-intre n rU:h for the mountain children's eneflt with a president and a treasurer, and with a membership fee of R cents a nmnth. Then a'l ether things.* such ot) Ins, ? ? ? ould ho sent ?o 'he president Hoping tbnt my suggestions may lead In helr-.nj: in'" poor j-'ople. r am. your little frlmd JEAN FRA>'Ct> CRAIO, Kf; Kart Franklin Street. City. Send- Story. Pear Bditor.?I guess vo?i thlhk TV? Tor gotten the club, hut I certainly hava re' i I've been rather las.y this summer aodl ! .lve ?-nrt?d several stories for th? page bn- never finished them, f am 'ending the < ..' .mi otiKlnal story this time ?r. tltled "Heidi Moroni." which 1 hope will ,.rnf? "Mr. Wnstebaskct " your member. rjABRIEtiliAE S DUNN. 5M nimore Street. Petersburg. Va. IIa? Received I'ri'e. Dear Edltor.?1 rerelyed my prize yester? day mornlrn; and thank you ?o much for It. It certainly Is out* With best wishes for the Editor and member*, I remain, faith fully your member. BLANCHE ANTHONY. R. F> d. No. I. Box J>. Ashland. Va. Working for Medal, Hear Editor - 1 Wag rr.urt gratified at see? ing my "Country ?1 Irl" !?? tho paper, ln llosed 1? a story, which |,'fiao print If you have apace enough for It Editor. 1 am try Ins for a medal, which 1 have wanted for ?e long-. Our rending material in the pnper certainly has progressed. One would think grown-up* had written some .if them. Wil? lie rhsd wick certainly doei some good work. I haven't received mxi PriM yet. but ?UBpose 1 shall set It tili? weck. I haven't beer. awa> for several summers, hut I thick I enjoy myself here at home as much as an-- other place. Hoping my story will set In print. I remain, an old member._ AMCB oxree. |v Louisiana Street. Clfy. Want* to Joint. Dear Editor As I wish to ",ln yonr T. P. I C. nub 1 ivill send > 1:1 a torn pie of my 'work, whlcii you will find Inclosed. I nlan ; wt.?h that you .would aend nie, a badge to wear. Voura truly. r.VERr.TT BtPOfT. 3X3 Halifax street. Petersburg, Va }? S ?I will be vi ry much pleated to sr" my work on the T. 1>. C r?;' next Sun \ Bus* Member. cr, hut we have hnd live boarders and I left Monday. *o l am t-ying to write . ut. My coufsin that has been In Nijds?ii it is more ' iriny I v ?* 1 bad been nliiK a trip to Palmyra, but my aunt i Texas Is coming to our house Ft Idiy. :3d. the day that I w.is expecting to ' Tour m< niber. r.tor.. Va. MART BROt'NE MOORE. ?,?l \tlth Prire. Always. a ... y n. it (rlad to ase J n'.lt.cd "A ''J':i-.;j"e of the letter lr. tbe papa:' 1 vt.i* !...?>: lr.v drawing was at tho pari l thank you, n Ilth gral iting me for winning ? -. m< cor.s-iae.r.ati, v,;u (or - irsell I thought thet your es in the Wood;." was real to thin', that summer ever n I, b it 1 a-u f.i(n( to -.g 1 can. 1 expert to at an's College In September. I V .i true m?Tibi f, lotnr: dickenson*. Neiwsj Letter. Clear Edll i I ia been some time alhi I I ? written yout t cut my hand on n| ? lint box and Could riot write. I have . ?, ! hi; -Meli Roy;' and enjoyed it >ry much ' ast ? ? ek a friend and 1 went r n >:.?? drive oward Vshland Along tho iad we paa't the spo* where >-.iart was iliedi nr.d ! think We also psai <l>n Allen r.uf niy hand when we atopped 'or lunch'. V hmc f.-i alredale terrier. He went with ?. :< il i? ien wo wer?' lotning ham? about Inda rAn after Mut. trying their best . bit bun Mv pony ras given me a lot of . *? : -e. i will close for this time Tours InceWdjV NICHOLAS DRAKE. City. in.is lte-1 t\Uhr. I could he In th? ?ation rnohth, but I <rv often H| txlies i he la maUlnit rails* H AROl.n VINCKN V, Old Member llaek. I his time that i 'ia'. e com,' ? forgotten tlii pan. ?u,? Its memory ? ? npratuiate ihirtis Eider mo?'. Heartily ? beatltlful drawings Hi if eertaln . Uiie. UM.- World/' by Susan Warhfi1, am sure that ihm? who hive rend ii wl agre'e "ith me, K* for Its b/lne a very l"v .; d ????*? book It la one 1 am n< v to forget, i fear my leite.' is <ong? man I Ir.tondrcl It to be ,\o old member, ZAIalA WOODY. ?".lad ?o Maie r?rnw-iriE PHnted. j Pear Editor,-?You don't know ho*? t'.a i 1 was to ?ee ;nv drawing "i? paper i day t hnv? no- received my msmbersbl ? t\-tt- e-i? ?-t 'soklnc- fo> ev<r\ da A?n?a Mllleer. 1 thl lk you dr?w tlr.e I III to t?a* v?-e much end have a neat d? -f bonks I lia>e 'our brothers and n-> ?t ? era Inoloaed ti o drawing^ which I ho| to s?e In prln' Wo lev? to ? rei and a ? - -oe-ibers voi.t new member, ' \\i rlon N r ,\ \< er>lNr?A'"k I Tells About Tri Dear Edilo- 1 have Iii?1 ?ol Vark fro g'andms'a I ba-t su'-b a rln? um?. i we f!"h!nr ai.e raUahl font fVfh How ts Des Cha'dirlek^ ' navs 'h? funniest pet ginund hoc -u-ben we first sot it ti ? ho blyii-er 'b-n a g.ed-alrfd rat tile.' d Ii <??:' of i rlifl idle n1? mv hrother ) naroie v.piri It- hind feet and bo'd? br< In l ll pawa or band? It has f.-r P.ng? ?f, ea- h hand. I rail him "B i//' He r n-htatle shriller 'hon n boy Your m?mb i % a. XtART HOWARD loves IVinles. i Fi'l derlcka Hull. Va, , MrmtN r Weil Again. KMM \ V, CHADWK l\. Education of the Mountain Children My Dear Girls and Boys: 1 wrote y?u last woek about the edu ratiun of the mountain children and! started .1 ? antes! i" enlist your sup- i port nnd co-operation In this movo- | ment. It will no doubt be of Interest I to you (o know that there Is an ori?a:t Izatloh of, Richmond women who .ire ; devoting their time and energies to i help these unfortunate children, lj want the T. I). ?'. 1'. to ti ke an active purt In this noble work. Yon can j greatly assist not only tlio children ' themselves, but the woman's organi? zation as well, |>y working up public ? sentiment on the suble t by your : writing's and by your personal discus- I slop, of the question. Tills is an object worthy of your br't efforts and your most serious consid? eration. Now let us nil iget together' and put our shoulders to the wheel and ! see how much we can accomplish In the next few weeks. I am also waitltitr to hear from our TViison enthusiasts regarding the jun? ior auxiliary, which wu> also brought before you. 1-lection day Is last ap? proaching, and we must organize quickly or It will be too late. Several of our members are on the sick list, and 1 know you all deeply sympathize with those confined to their! b<ids this Intensely hot weather. September and si h?ol days have come again, but after a Ions rest I am sure you nro teady to resume yotir work. v?im Ebtf?it. THE WEEK'S I'lti'/.E WINNKItS. T. IMc.ir Terry. ij.'. Noitli Thirtieth Street, niehinniid, \ a. Mlaa jliirj \nderaon ftllllnm, ROO South Jefferson Str?>ct, IVier-iuii u. I'll. >;l>s .lean Pro noes ? rnitr, .'"'7 Ens! I rnuklln Street, Itlchniund. Vn. TUE WEEK'S COXTHllll ti>lt^. i Chitdwlek, \Y. E. Ilichttrds, Kam on Chadwick, K, v. is. ay, Maggie E Drake, Nicholas. Stnlnback, Agnos Dlckonson. M>lti Th.pson. K. a. Dunn, <; s torryi T. i; Igar fjayle Alji a V In runt. Harold t Ulltum. Matty A. Woody, Sicllj Howard, Kent Wall-nan, i'lise Hattorf, Alvin H'lW I.AH1 Mil riE I HI M> . worthy gt and th-- i Just nhlng nut th . irio I: ? nil ;| e he wouldn't at Id ' ? ' 1 "M:'l! That r,ii?nt Lad/ .?ac in the darkness am >lr1 Inn t tin ? sh? h?aw i Mr, .f-ncs anil oii.r, c:i f rcrjtiei?tly visited ,nd only or..- fargi. tab) or hoer ai kr-l coward," flushing. duke" ' asked a rough-looking man. .\ ?! miIi- yet, but I'm sure of thei kid. Won't wie liovs havo a dandyi ttinc off some of that gold of her's." . "Arc you a? sura as all that that, sho will marry you and not Mr. Jones? ' The dtiko rose angrily from his seat.. "Stire! Sure of that little fool:' Why I can twist her a-round my lin? gers." "I'm afraid you're mistaken, my lord." Bald l?idy Brftt> coolly. "Why. now do you know anything of Lady Betty?" "I'm a very Intimate friend of hers, and I kn".v what 1 say Is true. Lady Butty will accept Mr. Jones.'' "What do you mean'1 Who are you, anyway?" cried Duke Quadrlnsky, ao urVgr)' us to be almost beanie himself. ' 1 ant Lady Bettle mysell. honorable gentleman," euid Lady Betty as sho pulled off hor wiK. walked to *ho door ;.n(| disappeared In tho darkness. ALICE (JA YLE. 401 Louisiana Street. City. I HUM Vint.lMA. I'art III. It teas a hot day In April, and Es telle Simmons, a million more freckles on hor llorld couutcnunce than when last mentioned, lay luxuriously back in a big hammock, while Jos.-, sitting near, rocked back and (orth in an cosy chair. "Wont you se.'lr.g me. JOS' she asked, and Jose, ever will? ing to oblige, gave the hammock fi fig ri us swing now and then it) keepl !t going. "Lazy little dogo," She cried; slttlnw up suddenly. "Hen s a nlckle for 'polenta.''' and rising.; Bhe ullppod into a bis c?mfort?hlol iOcker neai by. Josic, with her dark flashing ?t iti- Buddcn burst jot] unaccountable arms-.- .threw the coin! .iv ay With a cry of rage, shd dashing! across the porch, tipped tho unsuspect-j lug Stella back In a heap on the porch Gurgling aom.-ihing unintelligible about Virginian pride and more angry than hurt. Stella scrambled to bar feet to moot out vengeance on the now thoroughly angry Jose. What would hnve been the outcome can only bo imagined, for it that moment Madame Hourtllllon appeared on the veranda. "Why; girls, what is the matter? This win h'evt r do: A liable of vollen arose, but when all was quieted down and ano had hea.-.l both sides, she told both girls to como' to in r room after school hours. Stella was there When .loso arrived, and rriaduine looked very1 grave. ? Josr," she. began, and her voice wan stern "1 have carefully considered both sldis and havo come to the con? clusion that you uro in tho wrong, but as it la your first offense. I shall meet out no punishment; but > on must apologize to Estella for wilfully throning her back." "Apologize to Frousie Simmons," ther, whs amazement in Jose's voice, "I think "on have forgotten, madame, who l rim:-' site said naughtily. "No. i have hot forgotten, but. Jose, there are mo kinds of pride, ronl ami lalse. anil 1 i'eiy much fear yours is tho latter. Tt v to have a more hunt tile Splitt, child; think over your net of the morning and try to he repent tuit." Madame paused for a few mo? ments, then :ild persuasively. "Are you g< Itig t ? apologize to Estctlu "I am not!" raid Jose emphatlcclyJ "\'c;ry well, then, you may go to loom till you do." .lose tvalkcd but, hot to h, r room, but down the steps and put the. door, across the dawn and through tin. gateway. The park was ?:ifer she directed her stops, f n ? ?> id thin-it better there; she told herself; it was unit.- deserted, and .liimlu^ hi rso.li .. bench, fell into ? Iber? Wit ? ? over hot cyoo, .she gave tvuy to tho long |?:nUip grief, The touch of a tvondorful i-ycs of in.- big soldier. ? '..< i ll a pliiig of Rtirpi ... . i,tu (he ilrm lips pined ,md be spoke, "Theru never a thing s"6 bitte; that ue itnnot lind the sweet!'' he said gravc "?h fill line is all bitter the words I ?' i' pause the soldlT rpokc ag-win "Von have lost some one very near und rlcltr?" lie asked, touching the I blatii tanh around h*r slender waist, i to continued i WILLIE E CHADWICK, Cart William Chadwick. National Boldierc,' Home. Hampton, \"a. I? \ IMMI. \ M. Koirtfl >??!! ago, In the Hawaiian Islands, there lived a Queen named ; Knplolani liotcd for her beauty and iii those days the people Of Ilawall were Ravages and worshipped str?ngt Image? und hideous Idols nnd certain ; sacred places. In those' Island? thero ? was n mighty volcano There the people; claimed lived the mighty god I (less. Polo. <?n tb' other side ,,f tho I mountains lived ivies, priests and prophets. when it thundered and the mighty volcano' threw out lava nil >v.i the land, the people said Eeio w.i, angry and the priest would chose I Several -hoy* and girls Who wero sac? rificed to her. One day a brave mir. Ilona.f) found hu way to Kaplolahl and taucht her the word of Ond At-, tor a while she- believed, bot ehe knew she could, no longer control the] people as long as they believed rt? f?' ferently. One daj she ssld she would openly d?fy Pele. She had to travel many miles over hot lava ajid stones, but hor courage and Strength gave, her many followers. When she reached' th" mouth of the volcano, she pitched' down many stones. Flames shot up| and Kapiolaiit cried. ''This la not the; work of Pelo. but of the great god.' Jehovah." Sho had thus openly de- j lied Pelc. '1 hen sh" and the people' ^ot down on their knees, and amidst' ;he thundering of the volcano prayed j I? Ood, knpioUnl founded behools and tend-] e4 the siel? and suffering, while t>c to tee she had been wild and recaless. L.id'-r hue guidance thouear.ds of the ,)'. >ple were baptised. To-day in Hawaii there are beauti? ful churches with iattuful pastors ani loyal peopl? who aro never tired of ti Hing the story of the brave Queen Kaplolanl. A LICK. OAYL?B. 101 Louisiana Street, City. ZMOOM I ItillT. What if prettier than a moonlight night. Clear oncl peaceful, calm and bright, With ta? moonbeams sifting through the trees. And the fragrant breath of the sum? mer breeze? The scent of honeysuckle in the air. And the beauty of nature everywhere. With tn- whlppoorwlil's call on the gentle wind. And the ow]'a wild hoot from the lone? some pine. I Although the twilight is to-. <?!>? When the sun .?lnks In tht W?>st, With sll of nature's beauties, I love the moonlight. I est, While frogs ar? croaking, soft and low. And the merry crlckete aro chirping ? And the twinkling stars are shining bright. Oh: what Is prettier than a moonlight' night: Composed be. LOTTfE d1c k EN30N. mil RixAw.vt rni.NCKjis. Patt II! tri the forest Ksthe: grew strong! and healthy, entering into Urrnards plans ns If she were really hts sls-i tei. One tiay, as Bather sat with her' eyes cloied on her favorite rock, i slender, dark lad Mapped out of the bushes ?nd gazed Intently at hor. "Mel thinks she hath the look ? ?? rny cousin! Esther, though Mi<* t>? larger and browner than my cousin. She will not know me, so will I accost her," said he to himself, lie leaned forward ni.d touched her small hand Estherl sprang up in alarm, but ti-..- bp; said calmly, "Fear not; I wMl do thee no hint. Art thou the Princess F'.sthcr?"j (To be continued, i MART ANDERSON OII.L1AM, j'lo South Jefferson .-tieet. | Petersburg, \'a. ] in.mi MOHIM. The vrssoi rocked to and fro the Moim never ceased; and afli half-hour thus the passengers on steamer Thru.* a thought their hour had come; After a While, however, th? thunder and lightning became lea.-t viol, in, arid in rtbbut an hum the storm subsided altogether! Aftci that the rest of the voyag-i v. i' pleasant, and on the day thai ilie ship landed the. sun "as in the besit ol humor. Among the passengers on the steam? er wfih a n.an and a girl Who gave the iiame of Mortui. Tie man waa an Italian, tail and 01 hca.v> build and called himself Victor Morini. while hi-- girl, who appeared to be abotit sixteen, jiad brown hair and eyes. nn:l whon qntistloncd admitted her name to be Heidi Mortui. ; Immediately aftei lauding, .it Flotr j eftee. they took .1 train for a stiiall village in tiie mountains, and there Rignor Morini left his daughter (for this she wasi in charge of Ourtha Mndrt, ih?. housekcepei of in:, estat*, i "The fitecca." "You'll send mother, won 1 von. father?" the eiri asked ianxlonslj as h?; fs'r.1-,- w.s leaving. "No," h? answaerd, and added in j sterner volfej ' And nrvcj in?ntion your mother's inm? In m> presence again if ? r..| with me to control my tern ; per." j "Bill, father, Will I i,'!MT .?er foci again'.-' she naked pitlouslv. I "Not K I can help It," thought tht? father, but he answered aloud and in ; a musing tone. "Perhaps." j Tuen he went Into the house, but : reappeared again In ahaut five min? ]utes. carrying a sutl cue. The girl I whs lying In ft hammock gazing mi j cantly at the glorious sunset, "t am going. Heidi," he said gent? ly. At the BOlind of his voice she ! Sprang up, and. burying her head on his shoulder, sobbed widely, j "Daddy, darling," she clung closer 'to him, "you'll come back, won't you; and you bring?brim,; Oh, nobody, but you'll come back"" Slgnor Morini gently waited until the storm was over, and thru, kissing bis daughter, pns , sldnately, grabbed his sun case and I was gone ? (To h" i'ini imifd 1 j 0ABRIEXLAE -. PL?.N. Puzzle Department .tuimy of President? Prom UcKlnnlnS r? *? nd In rii-, nrro. 1. -23 1 19 8 :? 14 7. 2?1 4 1 13 1?. 8. --10 5 6 fl ft 18 1? 15 14. ...?18 1? 14 18 16 5. 6. ?10 1 ;< II 19 15 14 7. ?22 1 13 321 IS ft II. S ? S 118 18 ? ? 15 14. 9. --20 25 12 5 I?. 10?16 16 11 ?. 11. ?20 1 25 13 15 18. 12. ?6 3 12 13 l? 18 5. 13. ? 1? 9 S 8 3 ?. 14. ? 2 III 3 II 1 14 1 14. 15 ?12 :< 14 3 16 12 11 ?'. -10 16 8 14 19 16 1 I. 17. ?7 18 1 14 20 18. ?8 1 25 6 1? 19. ?7 1 18 6 9 ? 12 4. *o. ? 1 18 20 8 21 13. 21 ?3 13 6 2 25 12 1 14 4. 21.?8 1 18 18 9 1? 16 14 23. ?3 13 3 22 6 12 1 14 4. 24. ?13 3 10 9 11 12 6 25 23.?18 15 18 10 5 22 5 12 20. 26.?20 1 6 20. EVERETT RtDANT, 333 Hallfax ?irn-t. Petersburg. Vi Alphohet Puacle. l. VI hat letter Is a vegetable ? An insect? a A largo body of water? 4 A bird ' 6 A "evcrage? A-Kc Pusalr. What ac<? ar? pe?p.e stuck on' '.' To what ag? do most women look forward ? \\ hat age Is enjoyed at the room? ing meals" 4 What age belongs to travelers? 6. \\ hat l? the age or communica? tion? 1 "reel Pintle. 1 ?Nr.nt tree keeps us warm'' - Which shows what lovelorn maid, ens do .' 3. Which do :ou carry In your hand'1 1 Which do men shako from their pipes? 5. A girl both young and s'fceet. S. Charming people ?'. On which calendars are hung. 8. Never Maud alone. ?. Children play with pall and shovel. EDITH M ALLEN. 2235 1-u Venable street, City. Jumbled Ports nml Authors. 1 Fowlllnge. 2 Rnglvi 3 Pocero. 4 Tosct. n Leohsm t> Klcnesd ?. Ugnra Tour oli ru*a:b?r. II EWINO WALL Jumbled Namra of fruit, l Oalonr. -'. Ipenalpep. 3 .-tlup. 4. Ecpnas* t Abnan tS Rgpase. MART HO^'ARP. i 16yd Va Jumbled tvamea of Flab. I. Hlsfelub. I Kteslho 3. Ucokocdahd. 4 Amal ?. Glnrhre. KENT HOWARD. Floyd va A < harnde. My tlrst is in cllmh. bit not In lime My second is in love, but not in abov? My third la 'r. old and also In b-).., Mj fourth 1* in %;r.e. but not in Sign Mj n't i to ll ever aril \i?o in ae^-er My la?t Is in r?"e. but net in s"v-? 'b whole is the name of a sweet sm'iling (lower. MARY HOWARD. Floyd v.i ..Irl?' Nonir? In Jiinibled Wnrdl. i. coal \! .' lieat rice. i. Vane rim. 4 /.len. R All a bear 6. Oh bread 1, 111 Nail 5 Race g. ? The bar. 1" I mare. 11. Adeline. LENA NEWMAN. ?liieer < eta. 1 A co.d In the head '. A vtolln string Heasts of the pasture 4. Nlag ra Fails, n A nance. ?> An Insect that era??'..? . A well-known plant 8. An American bird 9 A range of ma intains 1". A well-known domestic animal H EE EN BROADRIT. Lorraine, \'a. IHrla' >nme? In Klgllrea, 1 I 9 20 S. H 3.? 15 1 19 25. I S ?V ?Ifj 12 12 .'. II. t>.- -13 i 21 Ii AI? A V CEAHK. Vnawrr i<> (ullegi and t'olveralty Phsale. I. Prthcetoti; '-'. Washington and I.ee; 3, Weat Point; i. Jefferson; 5, La - fayetto; r>; Dartmouth: 7. t'nlon. laaner In C/ncrr lli-nde Piir.ale. I Headlight 2. Headship. 3. Head i Headchoese; 6, Headmaster ?. 11 en ?Ist one T. Headwater. 8, Head si I'Oiig. \ n*vi ei 16 ??( an t on Tell" J I. Roherl E I.cc. 2. Henry Clay. 3. J, E. R. Stewart i. Anthony Wayne; William Hohr'j Harrison: t. n?org? Washington: " Abraham L'ncolti; 8. Abraham Lincoln; !>. Andrew Jackson: 10, Andreiv Jackson; 10, Thomas J Jaeksoni t S, Thomas Jefferson. \n?wer .>> Queer Hands Pusnle. I, Handcuff; 2. Handsome: i Hand giin 4. Hanobook S Handbook; *>. Handmaid '. Handful I, Handspring. 0 Handp'unning io Handbag ". nwvrer to \wlhor? of Rnoltn. I. Mrs I. T Mend* :. Knr. P"'ir lag Wiegln?, n. Martha Elnley: 4 I M Barrl-. 5. Sir Welte,- .?.-ott . a. Mr?. I, I Meade 7. Horatio Ala-er biimrr ?o Prealdenta' Names in figures. i Washington,: 2. Adam? 3, Jeffer? son; 4 Madison; Monroe; g. Jackson 7; T.vler; .< Cleveland 9. McKinley. AJSXC COCKJE. 1 Ada \ cLARic, Rnii-n M. ALI.M. I I r\ POI.\ DEXTER. AlAfr. OA Yl.E. A. AMnHE1 .*i. XL QROADRtP.