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A Town with Nothing but a Newa-pa Orer per, but'That was Enough. e A correspondent of the St. Paul Prea Mi tells this story about A. C. Adams, eli- the tor of the Webster, 1)ak., Farner 'sed farm Iteperter: After the war Mij. Adams (wil determined to move to Dakota. Hc set- Mill tied in Day County, far from the haunts pe, of man, took up a claim and built him- feld self a sol shanty. He was a printer by the f trade and a newspaper man by instinct, sane and having run a paper in Iowa success- in - s full, took a printin outfit with him to stroj his claim. He finally went to amusing d himself getting out a newspaper. He arras was twelve miles from a pot office, and the thirty-eight from a railroad, but he is- me sued a paper filled with accounts of the nod occurrences which would ordinarily take won1 placein a town of 300 or 44N1. Hede- forn scribed the fireman's parale, the concert over Iy the band, lectures by prominent peo- and pie in the town hill, church sociableh, gkd and so on, drawing on his imagination first and past experience indiscriminately. not After printing a few hundred copies of fond these papers the Major would drive over tirel to the post office and mail them to vi- a pr rious offices in the East and West for of ft general distribution. prau One day the editor of this strange san sheet was standing in front of his sod don shanty when he saw a horse and buggy wor coming across the prairie. As it drew of i nearer he observed the figure of a man chic in the buggy, and he noticed that every of t now and then th- vehicle stopped and law the man stood up in the bg and cen looked anxiously about him. This pro- A c-eding was repeated as he approached Mil the shack, and finally Adams made out edl; the-man to be an elderly gentleman haI with iron-gray whiskers, and evidently in, a man of business. At last he stoodl up la on his seat, shadedl his eyes with his pre hand, and scanned the horizon in every cou direction. Then he sat down anddouve pe straight up to the sod ashack. "Hello!" said Adams. "How ai, you?" do "Howdy dot" replied the strange r. pri "Won't you get o'lt and come in and 18 rest ?" said the Major. - in "Yes, I will," responded the traveler, sal and he did. do He took a stool and looked around the end shack curiously, taking in the printing mi outfit with the other furniture. Then a I an idea seemed to strike him. col "Look here," he said, "do von print oti the Wsters Chef herse I" w "Yes," said Adams. "Would you like an to look atone " thi "Look atone!" exalaimed the stranger, etc "look at one! No, thank you, I've look ed at it a good many times." re "What do you think of it inquired p Adams. eo "You want me to tell you t" responded he the tranger. "Certail," replied the editor. we "Well, then, I think you are the be Sd-est liar I ever knew." to m "Why, you didn't take my fun in TI II earnest, did you I" inquired Adams. "Fun nothing!" said the reporte. h, "Why, I came out to your infernal place to start a hardware store." it Adams tried to prevail on the stranger, u whose name was Lawrence, to stay and la start the store anyway, but it was of no th use. He went back to Iowa. But four th months from that time Mr. Adams stood oh in the door of his shack and counted 120 is houses in sight. The boom edition had m brought others in who staid. Now rail- th ways traverse the region, and a short ed distance from that first dwelling stands the thriving town of Britton, i Mar- en sal county, Day han been divided 1 ad a new county formet of that name oi "If Lawrence had staid and started ti the hardware store," says Adams, "he p would now be worth 150,000." -- p Artllclal Electricity Trained to Ppn' duce Natural Showers. , Thre reearPosle por amual a, to ity of the electriccurrnt to te es of Ssoetiety have been further demonstrated be an vention eicl hbas at least the arof novelty. Iis is nothing more a or lesthanapat to open the win Sdows of heaven t tl. ..rill of ma, sad he Michael Cahill, M.D. of San Franisco is the inventnr. "I expeet to see the age brahdeams O Nebraska and Nevada under eultive . io and ading ps turage for thou. d ads ofeattleina few years," said the doctor. "By what extraordinr means do i tad to t·op the l and inter with the laws of nastmu " queriod "Sim ply bya condoneer or captie balloon ad an electrio eCtle flaced wherevrthesain is required. I hve i ybelieved that rain could be prodne iho means, and I have work ho ad a this hobby of mine for several 8 yeu--ever asne Ileft colle.e, in hat. h Y see, rst of adll. vapor as it aceads, i eaeivs heat from the solar rays, which A Ialo impels it apwa~ until restrictal by g the cold. Tbe vesiies or doewdrops, ti being erowwed together, becoe elSctri- a d ed aand oat on theair at a altiadeo is hrfm a,t00to,000feet, an all that is rsnqiredthentoprwslmesraia is to in- t rpt the rby tarilcia means. a Wh I have invented is a coudeamer of r the patibar shape and anstraction and ti In eoaeeted rwttthteearth by~saelectrie 15e, alte. Whenever the ebiele comese in Si- to ectact with the condenar or ear- a - ant, theyare broken up and the water I rined fcredto the round withgrat rapidi'ty. - The rain wilibe rodmhem by the law a ho that ases endeanation on a w indow s pan. Thesurfa oeothe plas is av- a the sued with mierscopic posat, nd on I Ske eaillsd the layr of ir ant it I h talls, alointhetapeor to Bow on to I l thpoSl thenoce to the grmnd." a as owgll rq aire a nientic balloo t Alor smeh a prpoe," was sueed. P Oh, na. A condemnser of about two 1 amb hundred feet in diameter will bring down W something like ~,030,000 gallos a day l- al as mueh as would irrigate almost half of this State. Tmhe volame of wate·r eman be preserved or formaed into rivers, ( I1- whicheer may be desrisd.-Bsa Fy55. a Ae ______ m -"M Ii A swlsl_s d ct ehero dis, la " SLw was etl aj u with them- I g i Darlagteahmneasof themqg --a 1 ..se likBt, air~d h the t the house lathendepr ." ete dit Mt ~1~ C.' ,, p*r . .e .; . n... j.; A TOY NIE11HIPWl HARD LUCL Overrun by Mice, then by Hawk, The Mole', Weanels, Skunks, and lats. Milford townshi,. Pennsylvania, is A the champion,, townsuhip of the State for f. ave farm and household !ests. Hine. 188I3 at tt eac't year has lbeen malo remarkable in it se Milford by the pre-""inee of a dilirent at ft t. each in great f..wce. 1i It83 it was weel fld mice,. From all l:art of the tow ste the farmers reported this little farm uni- forg sauce so numerous and destructive that burl in some cases entire meUlows were de- saw stroyed. The mlicei aplw"are suddenly in and mysteriously, as if by Iprencerted in8g arrangement, simultanet4usly all over up c the township, and disaptwpared in the same way. The ncrt year, led thither fac no doubt by holpe that the hield lmic e would be there au~ain, haiwks eInlmo nl la formidable numbers, anti hovcrell daily (let( over the town, inspecting every nook lacd and corner of it in search of prey. The mor field mice, which naturalist. say are the to a first object of a hawk's visit to farnms, Mr. not having loeated telinse'ves' in Mil ford in 1884, the hawks, not to iHe en-. tirely left in see;king itht loallitl ;, l.gan out a promiscuous and iper:ist.!nt almlin Bnt of farm poultry yards, and cntllittuedl th. practice until there was se little left to thai sample that the mnaranlini birlds ahan- : dloned the neighborlhoral as no longer frie worthy of t'teir presence. That invasion Bni of iawks in Milford township was the chief incident in the internal economy lot of the Commonwealth that led to the lig, law in 1885 placing a bounty of fifty ,I cents on every hawk killed in the S8tat'. ant As the, great nuenlwr of field micte in n Milford township i: 1883 uls nl,noubt- ter odly the cause of the cmliaig of the 1 hawks ii 1884, and the consequent pIlan- pc in, of those birds ltnlder the le! as outt-h laws of the air, SO dile thl inwonteeT twe presence of the field nie' in unithlet county in 1886 leI.l dircetlyv t., the re peal of the law plHaeitlg , Isnilnty on a hawks and the retoring to them of free sa dom to prey where they chose without a i price on their heads. 'I ebe hel m ic ol fri 18t8 attracted hawks in great nnilsllrr , in time for themn to inalugurate ta whole '1 sale and united raE ild uni the little nta dow killers, and while the hawks were engaged in this ladable work of exter ma miiiation not a single chicken was lost tc a a farmer or any othlr lt.rsonl in that as community. ('onselnueotly tile ry went out that it was tield mice that hawks me wanted, not chickens; and no the wise and philanthropic legislators removed go the bounty from that greatly misnnder- th stood and previously much-injured bird. th In 1885, as the growing season de veloped, every farmer who went out tc w plough anrd sow discovered his fields 84 corrugated by a network of sinuous up ra heavals of the earth from end to end sh and side toside ofeach enclosure. These m were announcements that the Iblind but busy ground mole had preempted the in township, and had staked out his claims. cl The mole's occupancy of the land was ra not for long, however, for on its trai oe came the deadly and snake-like weasel. B The weasel came in hordes and wormed itself into the tunnels of the mole with such promptness and vim that it was not I before the serpentine mounds of wthe wer were deserted ruins. But dl r the weasel, for the good work he has I dope for the farmer in the meadow, oeel. ) looted pay from the poultry yard. . I The weasel had his destructive day in L - the township, and in 1886 he was follow t ed by the Mikpitis chiºº,. The nick s name for Mcphitis rAi.ge is skunk. II came early in the season and stayed late. I When the skunk at last relieved Milfordl of its companionship the poultry yards of d the town were for a third time poorly f, a populated for the coming winter. Last year rats bore down upon the d t voted town, and it has Ibeen rats there ever sinace. These rats are large, gray a ad savage. They prefer quarter about pigaties, onthoiscs and barns, but do not d neglect cellars and garrets. Traps, poi son, dogs and ferrets have been busy for months with this myriad of bold, aggres- q Ier rodents, but they are still so numer ens that one day last week a farmner went Stohis pigen awl found his porkers in s oial with no less than fifty e eight immense rats, which were evident I ly bat a mall ontingent of an army e Swhisk had gone into winter quartera these amnd thereabouts. The farmer has three rat terriers, and he put them at work in the pig pen. The dogs went Samel to work, and 'made short wor S4ethef ht rta whih were almlo a d te . But te plaes of thef fty Seight were takenl by other rats during a the dsy, ad at act eounts the posse. t iar- the farmer's preminses was still. a quetin of warm dispute betwueen him t sadthe rata. t re Mew Samw tsedsae aflellL 5. t k- The Trukeo (Nev.) Itepbliican says: al inow sheds to cover the railway truck . have been Iniltat pieints on the Central , Pcifo Bawl where it crases thle Sierra. ek As the trains bound East leave Emi sy Ilant (ap they run throumgh one con e, tinoles shed for35 miles. The purposeo ri- ofthe sheds is toprevent the tral~k be of iag buried ander falling and drifting is mow. They secure this end, but are a- themselves the occasion of great imon r. veaileee, sucnh as the noise, the loss of of view, and the confining of the smoke to ad the train. Tler is nothing peculiar in 'i the construction of these alsis, which n- have to support only the bltieu of the r- samow. Batoony t line of the Ctanadia or 1oi ie, where the road erossestheBocky . Monntsins, sheds of a diftferent con iw structiea are needed. Before tlhe road r was completed observations ill the r- mountains showed that avalanches must o be provided agaluts. A single avalanche it covered the track for a distanet of 1,800 to letladtothe depth of 50Ofeet. The mtt. ofl these obnervatious was that o the aeampany bgilt four and a hall mile. of snow shledls at an enormous expense. e The sheds were crostructed as follows: Oa On the high side of the mountain slope ay aerib ailed with stones is ~.constrncted. t Along the entire length of the shed andt er on the opposite of the track a timber r, trestle is ereoted; strong timber beatna im ae akid fxa the tol of the crib work to the top of the trethl four feet alpart, and at a angle representing the slop of the monamin a nearly as possible. These ume covered over with four-inch planking sad the beamn s ae aced on either side rn thetraetle and from the crih. The coweriag s placl at l act a height asto a. ie headway from the umodler s idedthe beam to the centre of the m trash. The logest of the.. sheds is m A Fmnasm dandl went into a photog i arpr'sbp ei es takes When tlhe gws do. e rehised to p ay, al the that the pi-a did int look atn eI ia t ue thbs Iw d r1eftths t eetaiblls " LA .- mmrm , . LEFT MIS tAS WURONI4 HO,,. The Priemds of the Pacile Coast Man Make It Pleasant for lm. Tihe 1 An A number of friends of Henry Butler . have been enjoying a great deal of fun ' at the old gentleman's expense of late. It seems that Mr. Butler left his room IIow at five o'clock in the morning, a few weeks since, to catch the up-sound ' steamer for Portland and in has haste And forgot to turn off his gas, which was TI burning brightly. Some of his friends saw the light in his room the next event. ing, and, thinking barglars might be g ing through Mr. Butler's drawers, went Si up only to find the room locked and n;o, bolted, just as it had been left. The I.cta I fact that he had forgotten to turn ofi the ... gas, in his haste to catch the steamboat, dawned upon them all at once, and they TI deter a ined to let it burn until he came Ihack, tren if he remained away for two it at months. About the time he got ready on' to sail from Portland to San Franiso, co Mr. MT)ougald tele'raphed him: "Your Cn gas is still burning." "Why the devil don't you turn it out 1" was the reply received from Mr. T Butler. When the news dashed over the wires i" that the Portland stesmnship had reacheld il ian Francisco Fred Allen sent his absent sus friend the following message: "Dear san Butler--lour gas is stail burning, just as you left it. Penfeld says he charges doihle rates when consumers keep their v lights burning night and day." This message was marked "collect," kei awl the messenger who handed it to vr. HIuder remarked: ")Dollar and a quar ter. please." Mr. Butler paid the bill and then j"r opened the message e.ly to tind that dor those horrid friends of his in Seattle 1 were carryiag out that practical joke. • In his despar he rushed to the tel.- eir graph offies and sent the following mea sage: "AEd. L. Terry-Turn out my gas, "9 The next clay he received from his friend Terry the following message: "Have koet my pass key and can't get it. The gas is stall burning." SThis was too much for the old gentle man, and his first idea was to come he mtile at once andl turn it off himself, but juI.;t as le was getting ae.ady to leave Mr. t Yesler reached the eitv. When the two met Mr. Yesler said: "Why, hello ! Butler, what are you packed for ?" "I'm 1 going home to turn off my gas," said b Mr. Butler. "At the rate it's burning 1. the gas company will own half my prop- a erty if I stay much longer." e Mr. Yesler persuaded him that gas was very cheap in Seattle and the more a customer consumes the cheaper the P rate is in lroportion, and that if he should consume 100,000 feet during the month he was absent the rate when he got home would be 0.25 per thousand, e instead of $3.50 per thousand, the rate s charged small consumers. This ar rangement, while it was consoling to a n certain extent, did not dissuade Mr. a' Butler from his desire to get home. "Let her burn," said Mr. Yesler, "and th go to Southern California with Mad of docks and myself, and when we get o home Ill get Penield to eat the bill t nt down as much as possible and I'll stand c one-half the expense. Mr. Butler considered this a generous f cfier, and as he was very anxions to visit w Los Angeles and other booming towns south of San Francisco, coeeluded to "let her burn." Mesers. Butler sad Yesler arrived - home last night. The gas was still burn o ing when Mr. Butler reached his room. of He turned it out, and drawing a candle l from his pocket lighted it and exclaim el: "Revenge is sweet. If Penfield I takes advantage of my absence to get a Slien on my property, nob, henceforth m and forever, I will eschew gas and illu i amita my premises instead with tallow lo dips " - After Mr. Butler had retired for the S night, and was dreaming of California, a es quartet of his musical friends tendered s er him a delightful serenade, the prinipal ant song rendered being that which com menses, "Let yourlower be burn ty- ing." They were folloe down stairs I Sby a bootjack and an old shoe after the my frstvers had een mng. e Mr. Butler swears vengeance on those ra liot oker ad rows he will get aeven it takes all winter. Everui JnaWs It. ty The Troy Tdegram says: "Yes," said aing a okld and experieneed hotel cletrk yes s terday. "I can tell a bride andi groom till ataglance. For some reaso or otlher im they all seem ashamel to have it known that they are newly married, sad they all try to give the impresion that they are comparativel old stagers, as it were, but it's no use wth me. I see their old trunks-to come with new ones, yon Sknow, would be to advertise the fact that · they had just been wedded-anul Ilaugh outright whben I receive a letter from a Sbridegroomm saying, 'Myself and rife ' willbeat your house on Wedaslay n- night btween 12 sad lo'clook. Our luggage will arrive during the afternoon, but we will not araive oursmehlves until ing afterthetheatre.' Then I watch and asee them come in with a bandle of ms Sbrell ad apes, a hat box, aad a oufle e lises, which I have no hea o tancyc, course, in believing that they S toto theplaywith them. How do I h llabride rad groom? Well, there's Ssomething about the way they look at eawh other hen they are together, and when the ewly-maried man a by him Dself les tell by the mannerin which he -e the two words 'my wile.' He isnt med to the comabiastion, and they soad as nnatmral tome as they doto him t U YIo sucha bial iaesmMa hflaw ye we. M haeim prewed a mtaak hat astber was anda umes girtsamd reeve7re smrms rd m. .., was It) We, Eather hd a he fwa tme'rsIad (n agreatdealettset. Thea *.ored peret ato bease ads alway as sweet, aat s.ead whohmme mt I femad hIs ow bhme al be sadotb ht s s w Ie m elre agr m r h eiav arOi P aser l unm ang andeInmmes ( ash U emed eI aa ewe ife. lo ha.lt as h ethe . ecr eIme's seran reanse h lalg s, - an tam saaitmets b yhe ms r. P -isrse hcg 5 o5k · nemrkmn' s a md5g sines setal em~- "-- ---- Sm eodito' Seveep lH - see inmine I mi iK Iw ama, a . * m a ninb 5r bo , I.. • -r a - " TIa Old fails r pom*. Ilow fresh in my mirld are the days of my atetsies. lYhretI I t-eld me in p in, ll f ver ed and The Lrtnirr.ntlt.e inairecaghe iin!:n and weak Anl evten the old etiEu): that mny ndleditine twlr". Tew told silver splwen, the family aprwen. l** i.c ek-e.-allilw," ai n thathat y mielic no Isere. Hlow loth were my fever-parrhed lilp to re cri- it. How naetlseous thie S tnf that it lets, tonmy Songur. And the paiin at loy inwards, oh. naulght coul relieve it. Thlclh tears of disosl. from mny ce eclalls it The old ilrver spon. the medicine s.p on,. liow awfnl the stuff that it htt oin .e Such is the effect of ! antwou..Irilping sledi Iciines whil-h nnake the sick-runm a memnlliry Iof horror. lIr. Pie're - '." slant I'urgativ " 1 -l iets, on ithe coltetrar. ar:- ,malla. l-~r-coetl. easiy to take. tars Ily vegetable Uand pl teIe tly 1ffective. / eeFe tsa vi:ll. Theema- a iteeket's twines have peen found in t stlone cotitln under ' e..,terhury atheral. If alllieted with ore eye's e Dr. Ilsaac Tlhomele ion's Eye.water. I )rlugiiiset eli atit ... l r hedt te. Slie Ite;t couit miciineeie is 'i.' (n Cure for It 'ionutlt iont. 'iald ever)tc htere. . It ComeumoaptleO arely Cared. To the F.diteer: I'lease inform your readers I that I hlave a il-.itive remeIly for the above named dlieae. 1By ita timely use thou,sanlds of lIeleelasesw leave tern ipermto anently'irel. I ShaIl tw glad toe .end t wo ulottile of my remety altEt to any eof lyoulr readers who have ctn seulllption if they wit'll send ne their Expreses i and l' I1. aeer.lse' e It elCltfutll. T. A.Xt P ''31, .. MC.. IIl Pearl St., N. Y. A. Awarteleee Man. Why is an tvarir.ious man like one with a short rme.mory r :i is always for.geting, blt the wi plearenlt nlever forgets Tayllor's t'hlere kel. Itelldy of Sweet t llm and l tullein. the ceileup preventive. and cough and consumption PrSldelet p .1ele. Ielepromptly tree, iur positively ltrimnlteilt relt elt Irenes e atirrl'h bIy using Taiy eior's lispitail ire. Freel eectlphleet rent. Ad. edrescit li"l I 'l hartllcey. i4 tlruaeway,New Y. rk. Newcaetle., 'il . lihas it ti tree It 1-4 feet in rircumllerrue'. eeeveritag 2,WI feet of surface. tnm't hawk. ie wk. and blow, below. dilsglst. Ing everyboudy. but use IDr. age's ('a arcr Remedy. The ice bridge htlow the Ilieere loe Falls at Niagara ontilnuess to eattract many sighlt-reer. For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. Me di al and sceentlle s.k has at ilat ntw the eprnll."m of the low ,eCeded e,,diino for the e-r. con., debiltated. and the aged, by eombminu the be-t noric tolie. Celery and ce,. with ther cee. tire edies, which. n ently but ecitratly on the' kldneys liver and browels. reas disease. n lk a skea 1 rimet qdaeee l le mi tas a new era in the treatment of aerveo taesball S oirerwork, anxiety, dieere, lay the Lfosrmi aernm. preciration sact weakness. sad ealerteace has ahown that the atntal ,mednes do n me tac the strain and taratylaa ef the nervet aylsm. a ameemnad iy p.e amel ani an ml . lad tar ctinl um~ St Lddbbai ala WEaS, RCHARDSO & CO., PW pdatoa oc as htan mn 1- I'_ w be ebRw to Ye1 t a R reatal during a peared of years . e~ at 11 ae e .a .. sen. =-..-oi. ,ynas s. I.W. St ii Ai In g i Nirgb 111 111 A l nu 6U1'UIe Pli' Sumsa d at coSitma CUs WOiO'lY3l . lon I lade Fil lapi W RAD aT IIN ANS 9I M 19 0ibRll aDo I A ttimeye W =tak Mlta kCEn·__"_fjLRfr ~ SDE KHMER'S Femae A QUAT BLF.SSIiti TO WOMF.!t Read ".TA"'"r sll listless and rare. V1·· ave · c rv"Ic l ..r ric·k Ilr·;:lwu heb · rom a. hO ati6. 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JMat.sHMuk Ral'. m . ack Rhbb Ilk tlgttr2els 15c. larafg. gIstr>l - ti ROUtl ON P'AIN" Planter, PaaotinL him. "ROUGH ON CXU(;1.IP' t'.ugh., colks, Us. ALL SKIN l UMORS CURED 81 ROUGB-ITCH "Rauweh ot Ilth'" (tinttý'ent carms Slrki No º ter, galt Rheumn. F'roet.d I'."ot. ('hiIl abrrwd( Ivy PRnka. Ha~ierbo rt's. 1 t h l 11UHd. ReUSa. SAT . irtg. t mail. K. S. \':.L:, Jrisey City. ROOGH1PILES Cem. PIa or Hemorrboids, Itchin PWMRd k, Bleeding. Intemai and ext trni Iseeab package. um. cure, W. Dr or mail. K. s. \ t.L. Jemy City, . . MS W ALL U Diet Coueh Syrup. Talte. grad. Una. I I believe PIs av CurO PIoa' CuP9mgin rr Etlhlor Enquirer, FA..en ton, N. C., April 2.r3, 17. PISO Tieo NEST C'otUgh Metli tine is ittso t (tiI'nt: to t'otKstrlarruºN. t'llilkiroi take it without obajection. By all druggists. lac. t a geougwyh Tate.a god., UM hs.atim ewcdwb drct ett Ila 1 .. I~ ý. e ma: srl`C iL..ti. ... ts W. 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