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J. E. PETERS,
0asd senet, - . . mone, =La
Farniture, sash and DOrs,
Window Shades, Children's Carriages, Wagons
And vnsPne In.
-Censn,COfn Trimming andletalic BralCa ses
Also Dealer In
THE AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE.
THOROUCH -BUSINESS EDUCATION.
The Loui. ville
Coreer, No. 40 Third Street.
BR31YANT "AND STRATTON.
Sook*Keeping. Poenmanlhip, horthand, Telegraph y
For Oastalue, sernees ceng OOe as s..
DR. J. .I. BEAZIJEY,
In ebarge of Drug Stor, Bennedette Bt. Rar·ivlle. La
DN Ueicis, Cicabs, Puits, Oils, Pes, ids, P"a
Envelopes, Fine CIgars and Tobacco.
Extracts, Perfumery, Etc.
Dr. J. Q BEASLEY offer s psofemional
ervi e to the tles ot Rayville. Can be
ud dmM & theday at the Drug store, at
DR L NIDDULL t.iermhlCerseteoaI
sies * o t yofl ad ar
TIhe oer wig be afound at I aes, for
ofmd theJ coast uaa, or
at hi rssMmde in Rh.'addition to Ray
. v. emene st, yards sasth, uaieu
pralmemal l 04
Attorney - tat - Law.
S rad.r ., *~w OMar. Ia.
wat Msd every term the d
Cmr I AllIbag aboea basem l re
When the Beardl of Trade of Chicago I
I med from the old bminme caentr there
was a rsh for the old oices vacated by
the nabobs of commerce. After awhile,
these new tenasts found the high-priced
rooms dn't ply, and sought all hinds of
examses to move.
Among these unfortunate were S8tbbs
and ltobbs. Each had reated an ofle,
Stubb in the basement, Stbbs is the
Buta you cat do a t ye know," ,said the
JWo'e you ont a year's lease."
"T' basement room is damp. Tbhe glue
is. te desks aot so moit they fell to pieces.
The books are all mo ly, and I've got
rheumatim froem it. Id ought o sus you
The tgentoed seare, imaterled s.
th t *einea; move, f ourse,
it must, wso t woal Yire Mllo, ts.
s ,iprised him wh a slie I
eaUralls sre[ la nIre to dente. s
"what's ecpa irows r esupa ot
', alams the ram. an , i sr. the
a hsb rdthe ew till W oal out
Sbmi sw d a is, a sosu"bsI, and
lefIt. wiih the dry ref
'Ynget a wt badl eseibyWevee iy
show m eleMad kn the agent, a ay
S e Whi siamps got ich ean
"Bee .Ior! se- weti idy-" i
was it he t asumeno s"et
'eet *l hve I ge me h s im.
ea*r _ n
teedis detws. soer far a
"b Ie"Mget ser s l.hnreh owaned. I
e t rr" houe gte I
rhi ste emanin.Wbeh pa the I
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F 4 1I
IISTERIES OF A DAT.
CURIOIS EVENTS FOUND NUTED
IN THE PAPERS
Human Teeth are Piteome -LIt
tie hebrl--A Rabbit Team
3old Wolves-A Wel-treerved I
US ANDEBSON of
Visalia, gaL, while
huntingl in the
tughd tit was a
OdIform liomn and
ired at it. The
movement still con
tinuing, he ired
again, whereupon a
man arose, threw rp hi arms, and cried:
"Don't shoot! I'll srrreder." "Are
you hurt " asked th startled hunter.
"No, but you've killed my h'iend," was
theaswer, sad the man pointed to a
dad bod lying on the sround with a
bullet throuats head. Anderson left
the man in charge of the body, and went
to Visalia and gave himel up. It
turned out that the dead man and his
companion were convicts who had es
caped from jail the week before.
Was Janie B. Brow of New Haven
is a woman of Nerve, with no nonsense
about her. She was crossing a street
the other day when two runaway horses
dashed around a corner, and were upon
her before she could possibly get out of
their way. She heed them squarely,
threw up her arms quickly, and sternly
shouted "Whooa" The nearest horse
tried to obey, reared on his haunches,
and then swerved to one side, carrying
his mate with him, and then they dashed
by so close that portions of the harness
to the bangles from her hat and the
lace from the shoulder of her rp. Mrs.
Browne walked to the sideal, and
with hardly aeue of face aid to a
friend who had ked on: "It was a nar
row escape. Good afternoon I"
HAIve read the story shout the little
Sheriff in Aroostook who tried to arrest
the big farmer, a friend in Franklin
County saeds as an anecdote about a
Fraklin Sherin He was muooh under
the usual size, but full of pluck. He
was sent to arrest a notorious offender
and foundhim on a hillide. Hewas a
burly, two hundred pounder. Grinning
at the oder, he lay down on the gund
and mid: "If you get me you will have
to take me." The situation was favor
able and the Sheriff was quickwittLd.
Without a word he took one of the big
man's feet under each arm and started
down hill with him as fast as he could
go The fat man got such a buomping
t he begged for me~ , and the oloer
had no trouble in eompletin his arrest.
BrnA utterly disbelieves the story
that Alexander the Great's tomb has
been found at Sidon of the Phmanieians.
He es no rteason to doubt wlat the
Sbistorias tell us, namely, that Alexan.
der's sarcophagus was carried to Alex.
andria. The carving on the saroophagus
now discovered, which is said to-re.
Smst the battle ofrbe, i delm, by
M. Beana to aeh to much lter
s date. M. Renan's sudlity . s
prd bwho saysthat
o bothe place Alexander's tomb and
.the day of his death are unknown.
f Lander relies on this passage, and
makes Aristotle speak of the time "when
the sepulchre of this Hacedomian shall
be the solitary hed of the robbr orth
manger of mules adoamels."
TI years ago there were on the year
ly average so 90,000 patents applied
for. Two-thirds were usually granted,
s and the other eithers refused or aban
domed. Then the patent lawyer was
Sly just becaml g eestalishedas a pra
titioer in the distinct eld of tnts.
Now there ar about 8~,000 apphtion
sek year. About 96,000 ee nted.
H e a n the devios for hicthese
r letters ae ised are trivial or himerid
cal or s meless that nothing ever comes
e them. Patents now issmedon
.e.h .r smral parts o ,as meashe,
rt atbtr d to the alueas e of law
SM o t t now given ares
r r imj emetsi sastd o aginal de
' T od aying that "beefteak hs bet
ter m- ae th a qini ' -is reiving
hlae sa rt of sbdremywBi mem
entiatre aepd- a ne d European
regetaes b to thre le in er
d 1. ea -ewY mo at h""
, settsmthem m nEt bm e alled mpon to
year. f er w a mulpl luatil
t hse able toh o as sh mea oe their
I l esw aryy, wia, they think is a
mpe t -hapument the ine meats
rla adb~brrrr Msn se forshmgth
, bwelves e tss·e Pace
, bees, eLb, to ther
m at -evae mcv at
p a-wr at
Sits ahem lm s l n Ls a o
!-'r kJY rhrr 55m;J d hls
mr hedtd o mteel
h es sa t m=
r r - kkhmkdmrim ' ,
Nq"e Ipe Pirse
Grat, the adolod moo~d basemen o
s so e a e ball
tar l the same, and hema s my
r meg ae tht te
ohis thep . Ni haed a white
skin, he coould e00 demad 0006
rt is very poplar in b, ad
for that teason the m gb ome t
solay with a o l x.e the to
tiont with tbhthe members e
the A to att swae hotel., sCle
at thame tb a e palh ocoamp
the sam room. Whilein thi ds
is regisatered at the alf oes, ibts
roomes with the clare Y and tus.
his meals with the. In s a dub i
found two of the oldest ball-toasers be
afore the bli. Nelso, who has been
at one time the g- astres elder of
the old Matals of New York, at which
Bobby Matthews was the star pt r,
yU - s --. pmd p fiio r the B
A young Wa stood yIa todoway ob
Baturday eveaning. Anothler yanmn
and a ayoung womn pa . "ea-lo,
Mycalleld the young mianwho stood,
ry, to the coapaio at the young
mr who rwalked. That ou ma.
tono walking, hdepited Ib in
s oarway, same aook to the other
man sod gave him a nnmerital
h "What did you do that for?"
demanded the vanquished one as soona
as he had a oaeeto speak. "To l
sulted the lady I was with was the
'ello, Mary!' end any way lout you
knowthus trudy se' my It was ?"eres,
knew that, but you had no righttoatt
attention to her o a crowded street by
hollering at her. Do ayou a e that
the crod I now that you are roth
or? What would the think of a girl
thus rudey accosted. It was a severe
lesson in street ettiqugete.-BWe
Eew They CIw wt to benic.
Going along the streetsd Mexico O
onea I ay saw a young la flIg ho
:*re ^o t7 'ed, 4e"pedmt 81. e.
a thin rd ory looki n d o Sir.
all und but couldn't see an
The netm dy slw himm atit aiwnt
if I had see that young fellow et who
at one, and looki aot f a a girl in
a third-sto window looking out at him
ad doingn eattoo talso Said my
friend: 'i busines has e going
onfor two years and neither of them
has spoken aword.'' It was so. Tb
were courting. That's th
it down bee. It was a nrtei l
protracted, but whether the pasta.i
was translatable into language I am -
able to may.
A Geet et a ell.
Damley-"Brown wants to bet me one
hundred dollars that in tea years more
New York will have a population of over
Robinson (excitedly).-"Takehim spa
Dhmley, take him p, and let mr hold
Are you sad,depandet, glermy?
to th welcome ladW ig
"Be at rest."
Think not there's no balm moles, and
"Ohse it up."
A Goliden R samdy wati yea
Goldea not aleIn name
Re.oh, n, erlm ae sar w hle a ,
There is but dme~ " e Remedy-Dr.
Pieree's Golds. Matdiel Dimoevery It steads
alone ase etheat" at
Th br.-Imlt,lt rm i e
;oe. hebmve!hs b ,isyam It uilds
any sin thIt a et sd t tid a the mat
Hin stalk, sever comhtr the i issecom
u;irl , th Er sLts wn sremedy -or
yearsos m * mI
meaIm chu harv an.
athe ece. wei .
e h Tam el s eek wome . \ usa sk )ee
ous? Tear law. Is a a . ksse a
sRtearmp benW raks s eesaY E at As.
n wa nsermcmwlr stsmmmal
thow maey sad Iageoe t eal lt
Ine take Plme'ss awgsss asier si
Siasra gIo rai sees a
-smI - s- 5 hedah sts
seesi..s lb s or asles amasa
iale se W ee a- - ses4 bats
fsoelm I psese,*ae sIWasisease Uss
-e ttselat4 ms atse at. ama
Qmwveaemeal "aesa" 3..aumdef
whear set form t s
akrlti a d tel e te w sm
The uei oth sme of the s employe
lymarvelo It ims anl lan mum es t I
Ta het toý maAlssrra as ifa i an
Sa idany, and aometims their pots run up
healtiate to tall the whole truth, or a wll
acaesly believe we arte iln earneat.
alMy V r IIG ter. 1ýriela w6.
hem andfor yoelf what they will do
for yoeu. to M_ as __________n
0,0 Ia rInaipl and atm eroa t her pr ibf run
~ateto tell the whole truth, or youwill
ihmaO la t I JI,. t ml. t nlo
aor eauessTs asser as
npursme of a ?ra ament aCmen.
bewinaeu or Vao,.
law Fa auos. Jly 7th, snL.
I took a severe old upon
my ehest and lungs and did
not gi it Pe attention;
itd Into bronehits,
and in en of cthe same
year I was threatened with
eansumption. Physallans or*
deaed me to a more eamni*
al elmate, and I eometo San
FPranelsoo. Soon after my
arrival I eommemeed taking
Seottlmuassionmof Cod Livea
ulariy the a da.
ten weeks avoirdupois
weat hrma lto 3180 pounds
and over; the eough mean.
time eeaseN. eC onh e1f.
bI I . d SuuIl WMls, 11d a
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eppiaomSe to did, wlk.
sat. bh, buns, work,.ou to
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tLe wale ~.1 th 3UT U3W
D whish will be . t w8ar
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11]"11. ..wb too. b ·O·aasab
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Shase dea O lttisst
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TIC tak kil muntains. the,
The stasemwet Shat t raliroues are he, pius.,,
I. thu devel Ibrwr of theoisry wr seve mae
C:l1:. u mebthe Caoslab Is
mast mrprlsg. Befwe oS We
Shore the anhehr of iosrlS5S is hesirhid ume
Sale rerS never exceeded SmstP) peS am marsee
easse; hots Iee She Wes t Shore opened up wit s.
with dsra er on arc mueleurlght olate Sh hsart
tesr..N rl Ia s d lsatlla hat eel less tb
MeA tSeople ersuered Iathe CalSsit b a mus.
whicht ublcsh edss by th mot or Ore, dim
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