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. t'(,,u S ' ' ri rl - fí f $ VOLUME XIX, SILVER CITY. NEW MEX) "TJKLL WBIOHT. Attornoy. bilyeh crrr KEW MKXICO. MAISER BROS' Barter Sliop&Eath Rooms Tk Brut Pine la Th (11 T irt a nice easy shave or a gnml oath Ilroadway, Melow Dullard St. JAIL AAKCSETA, Attorneys nd Counselors at Law. 8ILTXB CITY, . Jeirtfg n Tm Hta, , NBW MKXICO Will eractlee hi nil the courts of the te rrltnry. JICHMUND T. BABNK8, Attorn ay at Law, OffiMMriN Broadway and Main street. ILVEB CITY NEW MEXICO pr 1. HCIKTT, Attorney at Law, SltTKB CITY NEW MEXICO JAM S3 B.:riELDEa, Attorney at Law, Otto ever Sirve City National Bank, boom I aud ' 8ÍLVKK CITT. . HEW MEXICO. rj" . OOirWAT. Attorney at Law, SILVK2 CTTÍ BIW MEXICO A. H. XAKLLES. A li- .. . I u. Office orer Aarea Bcbuts Btorw. 4 Dullard Street. SILVER CTTT NEW MEXICO Q.IDEOÍT D. BANTZ, Attorney at Law, BILVEB CTTI NEW MEXICO rj-inos. B. HELUÍ, Attorney at Law, TJp-atair la Exchange building, silver crrr . - . new mexico g b. GILLBTT, Attorney at Law. OOoeon Bollard Street, biXVrBCTTY - KEW MEXICO Jhjsipans gnrgeons. Q N. WOOD. M. D.,, Physician and Surgeon. rime mm Rllhert's a.!, tirih at residence. CanraWered night a:iJ day BtLVEBCm. ... -EW MEXICO. JJENSI WILUA BLANC. 31. D.. Physician and Surgeon. Offloe, asesad story la Shoemaker Block. BILVEB CITT. - - - N. at . D. -ITTIXU T. WILLIAMS, M. Physician and Surgeon, O toce In JH. Btephent old Booms. BILVEB CITT. H. riso T. EI 5TB ALL," M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Carnet Mala Street and Broadway. Offloa Sour (ron 10 to is aad 1 to 4. BILVEB CITT N. M I . U. TÍ..K..1, w.. ...... UeetlnKS na fourth Friday nights tn a:n mon'1, M PA 51 1. a. i many looks no. ia, ver rosi uuioo. tun. uiw,.-i.v. Wat. & Í AAMBSrCATB, boo. E. E. BURI.INUAMK, Assay OÍHcb i"i Comical LaSoratonf, Lawrence Street, DENVER, .... COLORADO Sample by itinll nrepres 111 receive prompt MIVtT liullloll and careful attention. 1oUI and rclluod, melted, aiuiycd or purxlia-'t'd Mrs. 0. E. Colby, I Dress la Silver City, New Mez, Now hire T am In the Rood old place Y", little mother, I'm here to may. Let me liolfl jonr hair italnnt nT f0 And klia both clifrk" In the dear old irajr. ast look at me hard I'm wr 11 and troniji Juat feel my arm they'll atand the test; II iro to the kitchen where I belong; Yoa bo to the porrh and mt Iow hi"nr. Utile mot hoe, yon dear Ultle mother. Bit under the vine and real. tlked my tearher. I liked my boot. I had my liare of the pranka and fun. But my heart ram back to the iwet home nook And rested wllh yon when the day waa done, owd to think what ymt had fur teal Just what you went doing and how you were dres'.ed. And somehow or other It eeemed to me You didn't take half enotiK'i re.rt. You ly littlo mother, you spr little mother, I'm going to have yoa rent. Dear little mother. It brlnrra tho toar Whenever I think whnt I've let you do. You've planned for my pleaaure yoa ft and years It'a time I Dlanned a little for von. So drop that apron and .moot h your hair; Read, visit or kuit what eutts you best! Lean back In your chair let go your care. And really and truly rent. Yon neat little mother, you sweet little mother. Jut take a vacation aud rest. ttadoraS. Bumatead In Youth' Companion. JOSS AIUTOIiD, Cleaning, Altering, And Repairing Clothes Back of Dr. Bailey! drug Btoro, Makf.t Street, - SILVER CITY WM. STEVENS, riNOS ATLOS Pino Hito, Kdw Mexico. GEO. R.BROWN, U. 8. Depnty Mineral and Land SURVEYOR, 6ILVKK CIT. N. M. (WOttx e on XaaLt- Street. G. W. VERA, OILS, LAMPS, GLASSWARE. Lubricating and Coal Oil a specialty. SILVER CITY. NEW MEXICO Ur. W. H. WHITE T O. O. V. 1 . Jame L. Rldrely Kncampment No. ' 1. ueeta the M aud 4tn WeducMinys of each nioulh. VlaiUng patriarch cordially invited. AHuuaw biauor, C Y, t. J. KBtXT, Berlba. IO. O. P. . Itaae r. Tiffany Loe!?. No. IS, meets at Odd Feiiowi' UuU over post-orBee.Mtiturday even DffS. MeuiUer ui lit Older ourdjlly Invited to Uend. V. ? Ciua, N. O. C. L. Doreoir, Be. 3- O. O. P. Ban Vicenta Lodire, Wo. i, moots every londay Lii'ut at Odd 'Uowi Ilali. Vlsiung a. u. UUH, n. u. brothors lui'tod. J.J. Hmu.v, tlea. 1J A- M. IVi Hllver City Chapter, ;,. I, at Masonic lull, lbwular eonviicailrii oa Sd Wedneduy evBidiig of each iimuiIIi. All coinpaulims Invited to aiu iid. M. V. Cux, 11. 1'. IL W. LCOAS. Be. A F. ft A. M. 1 V.. Hllver City ItyfOdtre-TTO. a. mee sat Miisrmto Hull, Oppoelle Tliutiier House, the Thtirtdny evenliiK oo or before tlie full auxin each iiionili. All visiuug twullten uivitnd to alieiid. HaBBT W, u. u. LUCAS, Boo. IVroMkV, W. M. Tr OF P. JV. Meet td and 4th Tuesday ntphts In each month, ut Odd eu Hall. Ylultiig kiul luviti-il. y, m. F. Lohkvz, C. C) rmi). i. HivjaaaL, &. a. u. iu A O. o. w. . Meets oa the 1st and Sd Tuesday nliMl n etu'h nionlb. at Maaoule Hall, 1 cllow wnk Bieii cordially IuIumI. i. at. raima, M. W. 11. W. Lucaa, Has. gjiorthtt. MX. CH(IHCR). , Bervlees at the ehureh, Broadway, near )Urt house, every Monday at 11 a. lii. and I p. ill. Bunday H.-liool at It Ah a. in, . bay. W. B. mu, A. M., Pastor. CtntlROn OF THE OOOT) BHEPHKRn. J Held in the fcidwopal slUalon room. Her. Vice! every Holiday at 11 a. at. and s p. m. buu duy K'HiK-latlfa. iu. Ouuie aud Join ue. W. L. Llovd, if$tlhntott!Í. JAME8 COUBIN. l:ú Esíiís, K!n!r.í ,Lc:s is j Ca!Icct!ca Agenf OiUce uu iliiu btreet, BllVEftCITY. NEW MEXICO Notary PtiWle for limtit eou'ity, N. M Com. niiiilm.nr of beeiH forArlroua Te.rlloi v. All kiioUolrenl e-.i..to ou hand aud boclit and Bold on coin iuIhsWju. JAB. B. CARTER, Notary PuíIc. Olike in Silr City Natüüiitl n.ii'.;. 2s IS 3 DENTIST tial administered forth painless extrpetlon of teeth. SKGLLY"? Photographic 5TODÍ0. SILVER CITY,-N. 31. pARLOR ALO ON, Comur Bromiway and T.Iain btieet. mm. liquors ano cigars John caRoON mmx JACK McciEE, OB dD II ÍL 13 m MAKER AND REPAIRER, flilrer City, N. HOME FROM SCHOOU I?"Afi '"lf iriitrftiitoJ. Oiuil ir.i i y U'xudvd to.- AYOMA NEW J JAKKY W. LCCV, Wotry (lll'.H-o I avjta ci TV,- PuMi í"h Tteauty of Wrinkles. And now an authority InTeigha agatn.it teaming tho face as a jireyentivengainst wrinkles, nllcgin.? that this is the iwlft est and enreat procoss by which to pro duce thorn. "The second layor of the eVin becomes attenuated, and there is a decrease in bulk of the superficial lay- ers," is the technical explanation which the luity will not understand and does not need to. The simple fact ta surfl cient. But why should wrinkles be such a red rag to every woinaui They must Inevitably como if one lives long enough, and barring the suppression of the habit of frowning and the avoidance of dan geroas cosmetics it seems useless to fight them. Time was wnen we were tatight that they wero the lines of character, and time is when character, aa shining forth in the expression of the face, rna!us the WTinkles forgotten. Watch the soul be hind the wrinkles. Take as much care of that as you strive to of the outor layer of cuticlo, which is its external sem blance, and the wrinkles will be lout or overlooked in the serene and steady eye and quiet but smiling mouth. "Think lofty things," say a preacher, "and the countenance will show the thought." New York Time. BRANCHES QUAN CI The Natives H ad Scruples. Once aa amusing story was told me by a South sea trader, writes Mrs. Rob ert Loo 1 3 Stevenson. He had been in the babit of carrying all sorts of tinned meats, wbioh the natives bought with avidity. Each tin was branded with a colored picture a cow for beef, a sheep for mutton and a fish for sardine. It happened that tho firm who far Dished the mutton thought it a good plan to change their labels, that their goods might ba mere easily distinguished from others. The' mark chosen was a red dragon. The natives come with, their copra to trade aa usual. The new tins were shown them, but they recoiled with hor ror and gave the trader to understand that they had had some religious in struction and were not to be deluded la to eating tinned deviL The trader was forced to eat his stock of mutton himself, for not a native could be persuaded to touch the aecurséd thing. "More Haste, Worse Bpewd." Of all the "tournaments" I ever saw, no among the "dairy maids" at an agri cultural show was perhaps the last to associate iUdf with that heroio proced ure which such a word suggests. Ther were about 40 of them armed with "churns" aud started at the same mo ment to make butter againut time. Each came provided with a watch, and the temptation was almost Irresiatable to turn the handle of the machine as quick ly as possible. But no, butter luuxt be "humored," not driven. The silent listf were filled with the provokiugly delib erale "Hip, flop" of 40 churn. Oua of the slowest combatants won the race, I never realizad more plainly that "most haste is worst speed," (Joru hill Mag azine, Jost Like a Business Alan. Kunnifus (in fruit store) Which is correct now, "these, peaches are a cent apiece," or "those peaches are a cent eachr Fruiterer Neither Is right. Those peaches ore 50 ceuts a dozen, or 0 cents it you only want but one. Kunnifus That's just like yon, Bald win; never can sink the shop. Boston Truuacript. Putting Away Bomt pot Over TTainan's Cn for tanate Hora anarck A PewTlmei Into the Chautauqua sooson two new branch troducod. One is tho' a table, and the other art of lotler writing. Many is the rtilstrc Bous the maid wh" to set a table ur h set Of this variety frueflts are always short of a fork or f tiest dishes gotinapp of the pinch of ealt or mnsterd whicti crave, but tact will n variety, too, is the not long ago gave nr. The muid '. the day before, 1 mended as "a first respect" the misties confidence lu her. The quite smoothly to tho vcr last, with art inward sigh of it was over, the hostess Bald to girli "Fill the finger bowls, S:r.ah." "What'll I fill 'uw with, ma'aa. asked the competent maid. Of course the hostess was unmercifully : chaffed by her dolightcd guests. i The art of writing a letter is even Icos i understood than the art of setting a ta ble. Between the boorish method of ac-1 cepting an invitation by means of a pos- 1 tad card and the dainty, perfumed note couched in the most graceful tortus there is a wide distance, and much of it is a howling wilderness. The more technique, aa It wero, of lotter writing is little known or else is grossly neglected. A certain young woman whom the writer knows failed to 6ecuro a donirable ap pointment as teacher in a Fifth avenue boarding school simply because she wrote her application with such disre gard of the rules of corresjiondcnco. j Tho principal had been much prepos-; eased in the young woman's favor and bad suggested tluit she write a formid application. She did so. It ran like this at the beginning! Mr Dcaa Dr. 1 Am vary anxious, eto. "That's enough!" said tho principal, folding the letter. "Any one who is too careless or too busy to supply the proper pronouns in such a communication is too careless or too bnay to teach my pupils." Miss Calloway, who has taught letter writing at Chautauqua this year, has not only attempted to teach the proper form, but bos tried to instiil some ideas as to matter into her pupils' heads. The cor respondents of the pupils assert she lias boen successful. New York Sun. Striking For a Italsa. "If," said Mr. Tenaweek wearily as be came out of the proprietor's oQice and walked sadly to his place behind the handkerchief counter; "if an injection of gold will cure the liquor habit in all its forms, why will a similar judicious use oi wiasKy or a line beverage not be a sure cure for heartless miserliness and hard luted penury 'f" Boston liwraid. People who do not believe in dog stories are really subjects for heartfelt commiseration. They have cither been nufortuuate in their canine acquaint ances or have not the penutrution re quisite for proper inturprutation of dog characteristics. 1 It la said to cost less to send the prod uct of an arre of wheat from Dukoto to England than it does to manure an acre of laud in England so thut it can grow good wbvat. Queen Victoria is superstitious about prucioua stones. She iuvuriably wears a chryophrun9 in one form or another aud thinks it brings her good luck. A western geologist says that K annas tun raise wheat fur another 1,000 years before exhunsiing the necessary proper iu-i t-t the soil. i f xit-.y mi. in and virtue are by no means ' ' v. i:Wit tho suppltuitutal laws CI XJ biewi'iis Potting A way Summer Clothing. It is on accept d fact among women, founded Uoa good reason, that when one's belongings are valuable and costly the services of a maid are not a luxury, but a necessity and really an economy. Dollcato fabric need great care in han dling and preserving, and fine boots, shoes, gloves and handkerchiefs are not to be tossed about carelessly and still preserve their freshness. But without a maid and with a comparatively simple wardrobe a meed of cord even will be found a great protection. In putting away summer wash drcsseg they must be rough dried, then folded and packed in a box or trunk by them selves. It is an excellent idea to go over each one and take the few mending stitches that are sure to be needed. Chalilos, crepons and summer silks aalistsilsl Yr ao "fr-illar aliolran sansl Via. a Vt swl spots sponged, bows of ribbon taken oil and unmade If possible, or the dust care fully wiped oS with a bit of silk dipped in weak ammonia water aud packed away in separate boxes. The same rule applies where lacos trim the dresses. If theae are washable, tuey should be washod, otherwise shaken and wound around a bottle or wooden roil. It is a good plan to let the dresses hang wrong side out in the air all of a sunny morning if you live in a hotel to hang in a hot room the same length of time is a good substitute. Rumpled ruches, rhields and bent bones should bo taken from the waists, and a skilled maid says the waist linings should be brushed down, every seam, with cologne and water. Feathers and flower should be taken from the hats and bonnets, wrapped carefully and separately in tissue paper and cousignod to boxea where they will not be crushed. The flowers should have each leaf pulled out, and if breathed on before nsing again will be found a fresh as ever. Parasols ought to b rolled, but have a loose slip cover put on after they are carefully wiped, or if gauze flirted free of dust with a silk handkerchief, and then stood in some sufo place and oc casionally opened to alter the fold. Iittburg Dispatch. i CO,.. El Bismarck German won fondness for for which yon. mous. Lilli F. man sculptress, call upon Bism habit is to let hand. When leav men tried to kiss hi said: "Hold on. W simpler." He the girls and gave eae kisses. Tho renl women have bec'OU' the empire. Bismarck's habit o his hand has given r torn. In certain cir collections of kisses ol Some of tiiP'ie ore valúa - ... turextintr ture so than all tho stamp and coin collections in the world. Real Bismarck kisses, however, are exceed ingly rare, aud the Fiiiz11icrx girls are tlie envy of all ki.ss collectors. Berlin Cor. New Y 'irk V.'orld. Work of Wealthy Louisville Women, A largo number of Louisville working girls have been befriended by wealthy women in a way that they are not likely to forget. Miss Lucy Norton recently sent a Fourth avenue shop girl to Chi cago and soveral points of interest in tho northwest, p,t5'in every cent of the expense. When Mins Norton proposed to tlio young woman that Fhe take the trip. nho said she ruld not think of ac cepting such ft generous otTer. Mini Nortou said if she did not go some one else would, so her offer was gladly ac crpt 'd. A rich woman who lives in the southern pp.rt of the city recently took three shop f,-irls to Chicago, paying all their expenses. It is also "all that Miss Nortou is paying tho expenses of a Lou isville lxy who is attondin.i one of the largo eastern colleges. Exchauge. in Chicago, aiiw n .. the collection of tho . . . women in tho future, as well as tuioueb its catalogue soon to be issued a com- pleto bibliography of women's writings up to the present time. A Field For Women Who Want to Wed. Women who want to marry should turn their eyes toward Johaunosbnrg in South Africa. There aro at least ten men to one woman there. Every mod erately attractive woman marries inside of a few months after landing. It i im possible to keep servants or feminine employees of any sort. Typewriters, nurses, cooks, maids, gardeners, all melt quickly away below the warmth of South African wooiug. Exchange. Jewteh Women III Rynncogties. Some of the leading Jewish women of England have asked to be elected on the council of the synagogues, in the hope that some day a woman will be elected warden. "It will be seen," a Jewess writes, "how unfair it is to separate us from our fathers and brothers and sons if we have any and put ns up in a pallery (I always call it a hencoop), just ns if we wero permitted to go to a synagogue ns a favor, and it did not uiatt'-r if we never came. This does seem absurd, especially to those who, like myself, have to keep alight the lamp of Judai.mi in our home and preparo tho wick of tho oil for the religious illumi nation of the minds of our children," Louisville Courier-Journal. Miss llraddon's Novele The.aseortiou recently made in an Eng lish periodical that Miss Braddon had realized (500,000 from her novels was generally regarded as preposterous, but Henry Lubouchore says in London Truth thut he "ia inclined to think thut ihey have brought in a good deal moro than the sum stated." The coutiuuous sale of Miss Bruddou's novels is almost unprec edented in the records of British pub lishers. Woman and CeranUo Art. Women lead the progress of ccrumio art in America. The Rockwood ware of Mrs. Storey of Cincinnati and the gold china of Miss liealy of Washington are the most distinctive novelties in our pot tery exhibit at Chicago. It is said that Miss Uealy's process is the causo of much argument aud envy by European porcelain makers. Chicago Letter, aud cole. mixed colors. .. ..cts are tho rage in Paris for decorating rooms mid for gifts among friends. Notum;; is prettier tlir.n one of those flat baskets filled with a btd of forgetracnul.i, which, have been brought iuto vouo by their color, and tied with a bi j bow of green. Thero are also deep baskets i'. ui'íiirr tomo 9 feet or moro hi :h, ia win -h uto arranged bue bouqm u made of hng brauchesof lilacs, rose s, violet hued rho dodendrons or even a growing i hint or azulen. These bi;;h bat Vets uio without handles, t.f f..t, pUatc 1 rn.iln is; u:;e 1 in green and brown tones ntnl h.;vn ere.-.t satin bows ou thoia. They set ou tho floor or on .t comer pedestal, n:nl aro charming, with u fcjr.j.liiity th;.t j.-l saves it.ielf from uu'uctaiiuu. Iloa.c Furnishing Roviuw. Woman's Endurance. I Herbert Sperfcer said recently of a woman who had dird early in life, after the production of some remarkable es says on "Induction" and "Deduction," that "mental power so highly developed in a woman are abnormal, and involve a hyiologiral cosl that the feminine or ganization cannot bear without injury more or less profound." To which Mr. Elizabeth Cady Stanton rcpllc that Dar win was an luvulid all hla day, and thai Mr. Spencer's own health is not all that could be desired or his physicul being as rugged a it would have been if i.e had davoted hi life to imple care and toil. Mrs. Stauton mentions among women writers that have lived healthy live and died at a good old sg, after doing mu.:h thinking and a good deal of turd work, Carolluo Hersehel, Maria Mitchell, George Eliot, Oaorge Sand, Harriet Mar tillean aud Frances Power Culex and she cotvl.idej bur arnineut with: "1 doubt whether an many women unan nuully frv.ui writing ..t)u" 'Indue "t, rr.t filarte The Lorgnette's Rlvnl. Tho lorgnette seems to have given place this season to tho Louis Qainze Í eyeglass, which is a sort of compromise j of tho two extremes of lorgnette and prince nez. This is worn attached to a I cord, or, if one likes things a little i showy, to a slender chuin of gold or sil-! ver matching tho dainty trille. To many person tile lorguette tho long handled shell aiVair which id thrust iu the cor sets, to be drawn forth at unexpected moments and transtlx its victim with a level stare is an intolerable impertí-, nence. There is an air itbout it certain- ly, but it is not a good air, axcopt when it is in the hands of the most well bred aud refined women. New York Sun, A Pretty Dad Tlctur. . Ft vulgarity, for boldness, for folly, ignorance, want of principle, petty weak tiers, intrigue aud positive vice, you must goto the average society woman. Her on motive if self seeking. She is a bad wife, a bad mother aud a falso friend. For Intellect she lu.s a fair supply of shrewdness and ot.nning; for religion, a rotten conglomérale of emotional super-, stitions that do not improve her conduct ; for virtue, the hope of not being found out, while for charity, good feeling, mod esty and every woinnijly attribute ho substitutes tact the tact to respond out wardly to what she Bees is required f b'.T by dilferent ;oople. Surah lit and in Humanitarian. A Habit That Paid Mrs. (ierke. To a womnu lx'loi.gs t ho honor of this year carrying oil the prize of loO guinea which Mrs. liaiiiuili Acton lolt for "the beet woik l!huti ntivu of the wisdom and beLiilieiue of the Aluii. hty in any do-1 f.rtmeir of s-'i-n- S." ; A CI" '"'',' f5" American Women In Demand. The Russian fancy for English and French ways has beeu superseded by a liking for things American. American Women are sourht as nursea and govern esses, the favorite theaters bring out1 American pieces, while in St. Petersburg I one of tho most successful modistes is a New York woman of the uauio of Smith. Philadelphia Lodger. She Was Hound to Tie In Time. A gray haired lady called at the town clerk's oiT'.te yesterday and wanted to register so that she cun vote for mem bers of the bo;.rd of education. As Town Clerk Tracy hud not received a book in which to record tho names, ho advised her to Wait awhile. Tho election Is a year and a half iu the distance. Mdgo port Union, - To draw Hum threads for hemstitch ing, take a lal her brut h, and soap u:i l luther well tho part where the threads are to bo driiwn. Let the linen dry, aud tho thread wdl con e uut easily, tveu in tho finest linen. A Cilrl With lmn-i-.ill. Kysa. . Said an observant young i.i i yester day: "Among the many aílicve l.íi'.s of Bowling Cruon is one who would mako a fortune for the proprietor of a dime musuuin. Her popuVrity among the young men is by no means ih pendent upon the peculiarity of her physical makeup, but it certainly adds to her at tractiveness. The color of her eyes, changes like the chameleon with the hue of objects which surronnd her. I made this discovery latt week'whilo rid ing with the young lady from Bowling Green to Lebunon. She explained that when sho were a biuo ilri ss her eyes hv camellne.a brown dress turned t hum iuto a hazel hue, aud when she dons red she ini,-;ht bd taken for uu Ubino. Hoi eyes oiten turn g ecu, but not tvuh envy,, and it U fcaid tout le r b-.-ft felloe some time wears a yellow column, then imagine J tin.t tho Is jealous at his utt-eu-. tions to some oiio eke. luou;,htiis ia said to bo true, it would nut oo to give names, le:t enter; rising managers worry her trying; to luakj u contract." ". Cora A. Rtowart, a Vastar girl, hai taken oue of the three special fellow ships ofi'ered by the Chlcugo university. Tho I), limante', r.ouh Jtoad. There k one cau.-i fur li. tali - faction aiuoti i tho tuil.iarru.tl belles of ííewport. It is that tho lam Tied belles Bteniloguth er too much in evidence. The posUiun of a ócbutitiito is cid t-diiigly trying. It requiiis a .rent deal of im .- .u to sue-, cessfuüy tvoivo from u tuui-i, bliiH.iing society bud into t.iu lull Mown, nou.Ung center piece th.it i ioi irie.-i.n .o.e aiiiac tiuu. It v.oulit eceiii as fiiO'.,p,u aey kind ly didpoiid one would give, t.i, .in a chance, n.el reuiuuiU rmg I !u if own hard fought trials be only too gUd totli.,tT,et ly leave tho field of cuiique.-.t. hi ihri contrary, tho tiuauphietieulod to 1 lit r of sccluty unlit consi.mily ti oí U,, ir ruolt hhts, mid standing ak'o by aide with a married belle llirt (some j it lor to put it) they inu. t tiu: t to l it is that thin, gentío light may prove r. n oiful thmigts to the elocU'io lihl d.ioUi is of the fix tures of bucivly. Nuwpoit Leilur. 'J" li iitüiuL í) f tifMfi H tí j i t mu The only l'u re CieuiU of Tut Ur Puwdef. No ' AmuiotiU; N '