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Another National Quarantine Bill. Senator Mallory lias a bill, drawn by Dr. VV. E. Anderson, of Pcnsacola, a prominent physician of that city, who has had long experience In yellow lever epidemics. In this bill the "department or public health Is placed In charge of a secretary, who will be authorized to appoint a board from each of the sealxiard Slates, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Del aware, Maryland, Virginia. North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida. Alabama, Mississippi, Louisi ana Texas, California, Oregon and Washington. "The members of the bnird are to he appointed on the recommendation of the Governors of those States, and the Itonrd is to be known as the Hoard of Maritime Saniut ion. This Hoard is to have exclusive control of nil matters pertaining to the prevent ion of introduction of diseases from foreign countries. Authority Is t hen given to each member of the Board to appoint at each port of his State a Sanitary Inspector, the appointment to be made upon the recommendation of the Hoard of trade or Chamber of Commerce of such port. The Inspec tor must be a physician. "The power to deelarcqnarantine Is vested exclusively in the Hoard of Domestic Sanitation, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Public Health Department. It is to consist of three members. Their selection is tu be made on geographical lines, but no member of the Hoard is to be appoint ed from States represented on the Hoard of Maratimo Sanitation. The revenues for the maintenance of this department are to be obtained from what is known as the foreign tonnage tax, which Is to lie placed by the Sec retary of the Treasury at the disposi tion of the Secretary of Public Health. All Government. State, county and municipal, are to be ceded to the Sec retary of l'ublic Health." ARE CHAPERONS NECESSARY; There are only two countries in the world where love plays a more im poi tant part in marriage than either money or position. Needless to say, they are England and the United States. In America, as is well know n, It is not considered necessary for girls, when they go to parties, picnics or dances, to be accompanied by the mothers or some married friend or relation, and it is an undoubted fact that the system works excellently Now, in England, though they have no doubt come on enormously in the last twenty years or so, they are mov ing much too slowly. An English girl said to nie: "You know we arc in the queerest sort of transition stave just at present. Nominally we are supposed to be free and able, for instanc?, to go for a walk with a man friend, without be ing supposed to be engaged to him; but, all the same, one hardly dares to do so for fear of people talking." Were you to insinuate to a young American that a lady whom he was about to take to a dance should have a chaperon, he would Inform you pretty pointedly that she needed no protection, inasmuch as he was a gentleman and not a tramp. What a pity that the same happy state of affairs docs not already prevail in England. R ItT'LI RTI N G. For the Do mocritt-Stur. rVTVRlTY. For Invrd onra gnno we nre wprplnR, Knr frlendsulp's trnra r piuwt-d cmitrnllng, In tin- stlllm-Hs of doitlh they are sleeping. And Ui love thtMii still U consoling. When on the vitulU'd sklos we giui'. Our lii'iirtH ttrow full of wt'opln. Thru niMln wi speuk thilr prsjse. While the fttnm lliclr fate is keeping. The twIuUling Htara sting together; They Ml to u it swert, touching story Of friends passed sway forever, KntM'd In the nmiitle of glory, (lone to relins In the azure dome. In peaceful repose supremely blessed, Where the humblest will have a homo And In bliss divine forever rent. They lire wafted beyond the sun, Where Halcyon days pawt In mdlent scents And meandering golden streamlets run Killed with a Iniloof vivid beams, A tropical valley In flowery sheen. Where scented rose In colors crowned And clothed In foliage emerald green, And inlaid with thoughts profound. No earthly spot Is so supremely blessed Thou bedecked with the pearls of the sea, Or In Howery robes of languid rest, All are naught compared with Ihee. There U no place beneath the stary dome, Thou garland with flowers by beauties hand, And over which we wayward roam That Is so bright, so glorious graud. Dally prayers full from mortal tongue, And plead lu mln thy secret learn. While our thoughts wander lost among The golden streets for which we yearn, Will time lu Its onward flight Ueveitl to us all of fancy's dream, Or will It be too bright for our sight. In the richness of Its unclouded gleam. I''ur beyond our sight the valley lies Killed with love and forever blessed, . And still beyond thestarlltskles The crow n of peace and glory rest. While In a translike stale we catch Whisperings from the distant shore, And with achlntreycs we watch l or glimpses of those gone before. The old, the young, the maiden fair. lias been called by the power wise. To leave us for the celestial air That In zephyrs float beyond the skies. Arc they crowned In heaven now T No, they are In I'lirlcllses' waiting bower. When Uod's seal is on their brow, They will wear the diadem of future power. The bar of Uod. a court of Inst resort See the deeds of life In letters bold, Who Is it that can sty aught Against the fearful charges told If we have ever wronged or even tried, Or ut any time the truth denied. It will be through forgiving love, If we are at last to be Jusllllid, Osi Km. Orange Crove, Miss.. Dec. U, IK87. Yellow Fever Statistics. 0. HERTZ. C. 0. IBACII. F. F. (iROTZ. MertlIbach & Wholesale dctilcrs in n Til 000000000 Gram, I loimsssss C.H lllll GOODS, 0000 00000 And Vegetables, Sole Agents for the follow ing brands of FLOW, "CHAMPION," (lTSTM.) "STAFF OF LIFE," .1 11 U, r. CHOICE FAIOLY GROCERIES, EED, HARDWARE, ETC.OTOO0 mmmmm stationery a specialty FROTCHER'S CELEBRATED GARDEN SEED ALWAYS ON HAND. -Patrtnag SolieiM. Satisfaction Guarantied. Good Oahtarad fri., Sooth Sid Ballroid, comer Dilmai Annul ani fndario Stretts, SCKANTON, MISSISSIPPI. (Stbikoth.) No. 4 nntl 6 Not tit Commerce St., No. 4 and 0 NorlU Front St., ITI0III1M2, ALABAMA. December i,W7. -6tn The yellow fever statistics fur the stale show a total of 1UU2 eases and 108 deaths. The panic was worse than the fever. Out of that panic lesson were learned, it is Imped aud believed, that will be useful in the future. Such wild fright us overtook the peo- Die In some places, and coiilllciing iiiarantinc rules and regulations hurt the State more than the fever itself. A detailed account of the number or cases and the number of deaths, and where they occurred in Mississippi, will prove of interest. This data, which follows, together with some editorial observations, as well as the nuinlier of cases and deaths in Louis iana, Alabama and Tennessee, is taken from the Aberdeen Kxaininer: Csses. Dustha. Ocesn Springs 41 Hiloxl 617 Hirkley II Scrantun 440 liny St. touts ... 141 I'SMcnemiia 41 WestPnsragouls 5 Wuvelsud 8 Founts htebleiiu 1 Plneville Miilenry 81 omikkivo Lkttkh" Contkst The pnsmmvc department Is taking a llrm sund against Mm so-called "missing letter' und "missing word"' contests, which are being conducted uy a num ber of publishers, by which they in crease tlie sunsciipiiniis iu men papers. The lottery law aire.ts nun the postmaster itcneral, upon evidence satisfactory to himself that a person is operating tnrougn tne mans a tot tery, or scheme nfferinif prizes depend ent upon lottery or chance, prohibit the delivery of all mall matter to him. All newspapers ana perionn-.iis mo mining advertisements of t his charac ter are forbidden transmission In the mails. , . This law, it is now annnuncen at the postotllce department, will be ap plied to all schemes which nro viola tions ir thev are continued in operation or advertisements of them are pub lished. . , , 'Missing letter" contests are held lobe such violations because many correct answers can be given, but only one list is determined "the correct list." The chance consists of guessing what words compose the so-called "correct list." Such schemes are held to be especially obnoxious, owing to thcskilirul wording of the advertise ments, which makes the chance for obtaining a prize more remote than in the defunct Louisiana lottery. Senator Teller says a gold standard measure may be forced through the House, but that it will not pass the Semite. f Friu D. DeGtit, a P TONSORIAL - PARL0R, KKKHS AVKN't'K, - SCUANTON. MISS. Z. SHAVING & HAIRDRESSING y In the highest, style -ol I in; iil l. .... HOT AND COLD 1 tint now iiieiuu-eil to give" Jiot iinil cold lintlis on slum. no- -tice. Mv oiillit is of the innsl "iinpioveil patterns. rzGIVE ME A CALLzS F. D. BECHT. Over Three Hundred Million Assets, -For Mississippi Coast. DILOXI, MISS. Fire, Life, Accident Employer's Liability ani Steam Boiler Insurance Reprt$ntin Mi Slronge$( and Meat Lihtral Cempaniaa in tha World. .lrernnl toiulnn Jr ntiih Insuranes Cisnsmy, of Ksikunl. ltnysl Insnrsni's (;mNHiy,uf LiverniMM, Knelmnl. rhwnls lnsnranre t!iMiipny, isT Bnwlilyn, Yivlt. T v r Hsrtfunl Insiirsnee tfuiiinsnr, ol I1nrtf.ir4. Cm. Mnhsnies k Tiwlrrs' InsnrnM Uvainanr, ffssr Orlesns. I a AinmirM rn iMmniMW Lomysiny, i i suuHiMiis, rs Kitwsrds Near Edwsnls Clinton Ncsr Ksyniond . Nittn Yuins t'syuiiu Dursnt . New Albuny..., At the last sitting of the Tennessee Legislature a law was enacted which Is the gossip of the State. It is known as the "Johnny law." The law is de signed to prevent flirting on the streets. Fora yenror more Lin Cliamhelraln lias been paying attentions to Miss Hess i e Alderson, aged 1C, at Knoxville. The young man was not liked by the girl's parents who would not permit him to call. Accordingly, for a year tlie young couple have courU'd secret ly, meeting on the streets and in public places. A policeman notified the girl's father. The result was that Father Alderson took a warrant be fore Justice Sellers, charging a viola tion of the "Johnny law." The trial attracted much attention. Squire Sellers, after hearing the testi mony of five police officers and Mr. Alderson, decided that the law had beeh violated, and consequently bound young Chamberlain to court. Cham berlain declares there can be no pen alty for a young man meeting a young woman, if both were willing. Mr, Alderson now says, Instead of taking a warrant lie should have taken u shotgun. The law provides for a floe of loO. S .i Once iioon a time a certain man got mad at tlie editor and stopped his oancr. The next week he sold Ills corn at four cents below the market prices. Then his properly was sold for taxes, because ho did not read of the sale. Soon after ho was arrested nnd fined eight dollars for hunting ou Sunday, and he paid thirty dollars for a lot of forged notes that had been advertised for two weeks and the pub lic had been warned not to negotiate for them. lie then hired a big Irish man, with a foot like a forge hammer, to kick him all the way tu the news paper otllce, where ho paid four ycrs subscription In advance, and had the editor to sign an agreement to knock him down aud rob him If he ever stop ped his paper again. Such Is life with out a paper. YazHi City Sentinel. "Tell me professor," said tlie In aulsitire student, "nre the three ele ments, fire, water and air, political elements?" "No, not exactly," replied the pro fessor, "but ibe political elements are somewhat similar." "What are they, professor?" asked the youth. "Fire-water and wind," was the re ply. Chicago New. , Total l,w It will be seen that the number of deaths was about 5 per cent, a small murtaiiLy in any Kind of an epidemic, and when it Is remembered that yellow fever is a disease that demands Im mediate treatment and skillful nurs ng, an I t hat the first cases arc seldom properly diagnosed, and are, on that. account, usually fatal, the above table testifies unmistakably In the kiorious climate of our State, and tlie skill and devotion of our men, few of whom were luimunes, and almost all of them nexperienced as regards the treat inent of this disease. ineiact mat us visitations were contlned almost exclusively to the three coast and two interior counties ustittes the establishment aud main lenancc of the various rigid local quarantines, and is the strongest of argu orients against the surrender of this power, and the privilege of in ternal surveillance, regulation and guardianship to the general govern inent. Louisiana had 1849 rases and 213 deaths up to the 10th Inst., all but 4 n New Orleans, over 13 per cent of ucains. A laba ma had 651 cases and Of) deal hs Memphis had 50 cases aud 15 deaths tilsr I'oinl. iiib . . 4S1 . fl . . . 5 . 3T, I . 1 . a i , i The question has been asked recent ly by several parties: "Will the ye. ow fever scare settlers awav from Mississippi?" The News docs not believe it will make much difference with the movement of home-seekers A gentleman who has Inst returned ironi tne Norm, says tho yellow feve talk may keep some people from com ingnt present, but it mere Is no re turn of the fever next year, It will soon wear away. Tho Lake Cltv, Iowa, Graphic, a paper that has al ways spoken kindly of this section says: "in reality the fcer In the South lias been no worse than some epidemics we have had In tho North. Krandon News. Tills Is tho way the Cleveland leader puts it: "Why Is it, Pat, that many Irishmen are Democrats? "Falrth, I don't know, unless It's be cause so many Democrats arc Irish. The Louisville and Nashville Rail road will start its popular winter ex cursions on Minday next to coast towns as far as Ocean Springs, will leave New Orleans at 8:05 a and will return the ame day. The orund trip fare will be, as usual, tl. lcgro emigrants returning from Arrlca pronounce Liberia a plague spot. Out of 315 In the party U8 died within six months. Why is the Louisville New . . . Orleans AND The Favorite Mississippi Taper? DECAUSE IT IS The Best Paper In the South. Its Bureau at Tackion, under tht able management of EDGAR S. WILSON, who lets nothing of in terest escape, makes it a morning paper to Mississippians from the Capital of their state. It also contains Superior Market Reports. Dally Picayune. Twelve Month $i oo oo oo oo Six Months 6 Three Months....! J 'One Month I Weekly-Sixteen Pages. Twelve Months $i Sunday Picayune by Mall. Twelve Months . . . . $ of JOHN C. SCOTT Ol Mobile, Al., tonix and repairs PIANOS AND ORGANS nnd will attend to all work of thst kind entrusted tu him lu a neat and workmanlike mstinei'. Will hold lilliwlf In rendlness to Oil orders promptly wnen Ilea mi. lie sIwsts rarrien a fnll sntiulr of the Dent material, felts and duplicate parts of Planus and Otxans for repair worn, lias wnraeu ai nis prnfeSKlon in Monne ana victim? ror uie pusi in years. 17 BuiMiaeiioiiKiisniiiieeu. rermaiii'm Ultimas, usi aew at. rmiicis oinx'i MOBILE, ALABAMA. Offlre. SIM Danphln street. Sculemlier II. IM. M-ly RUDOLPH BENZ, ARCHITECT CIVIL ENGINEER. Plans ami Specifications for Public and Private Buildings at Reasonable Rates. Office No. 1 N. Royal St.. MOBILE. ALA Annus 81 IKK. '.7.1V MOBILE It III. nooaSasiftBLiND FACTORY. MANl'rACTfSltKS OF Deers. Rash, Blinds, lentaiNg, U'lndew aae Veer Frams, retain an Faacr flaateU, Denier In Builders' llanlwnro. Window Gliiss I'utty una I'nie Mixed I'ulnts. V C. TUKNUK & CO., Cor. St. Anthnnv nnd Water streuta. .....Mobile, Alt. iimv ill. isisi, China has a newspaper that is said to be a thousand years old. Its oldest Inhabitant Is probably in the land of i tho hereafter. G, DE LABRETONNE with Toppino, SeiHacli & Lame, Mauufaetnrera and Wbolvan.1 Dealers ! . . ..... BOOTS SHOES 901 and W7 (Tiartrea Street. Bet wee a CustunilHiuaa and BiiwTllla, A"nv Orltmnt, JLm. May W, !. . IMy he... Nashville R. R --fDEALER 5 mi- OTIS. SHOES, HITS 0 July 3"J. IH7. Kt-lv A CASE OF ' WHERE YOU SIT." erriuK E. W. MORRILL. AN N JSK V V RUt A Rtt - U U R H 11 HI fi OR Iill "KM. !' U RUK R NN "(Mi8 UU R AA A A R AAA R A Nit N 0 OR mill I! RR at Mil o OR A R KM (XXI BKR A nnti krk nh n oon r v AA O OR Nit N (I V V Y A A n FK N R II tl YT AAA (I nil K NRNOO Y . A A 04IU KRK R MR OOO Y , Ijinrashlre Insnrawe Ciimnanv of Manchester Knulsml iliilusl nre nmiirsne Company, r .ew or(. ftcirtthh I nion Nstsnisl. f Keotlnml Kw York lTunWwrlters' AaeneT. K. Y. Travrlers' Arelilenl luaiiranrn Cimpanv, of llartrimt, Conn Mutual Lire, ul New Vork. All nrihesWe enmnanii'S hsv mmnlled with tlie laws f the State f MtMlssipnl, thus nm- teeling their iwtnina, liesldes rimtiiliiitliiu largely to tlM revenue of ttw Slate anil county, liy their owns pec i si iireiine, sua tnst oi tneir atfeius. Lentss art Paid Oath without Sisooast without waitinj tht tuna! Sixty Day i. Oulolter 19. 1897. 33-ly W. Ra. CAWTY, SOBANTON, MISS.; DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Boots, Shoes enl miercliaiidic. LEADS IN LOW PRICES! AND Jnnnary (. im. 4lj r Tho Great Through Trunk Line ictween Cincinnati, lcxing ton, Louisville and Kvans villc, St. Louis, and Nashville, Memphis, Mont gmncrv. Mobile and New Orleans 1. Without- cliunirc nnd with speed un rivaled. Slmrtpst and Qniekest Ui nite f i urn New Orleans, Mo bile nnd Muntuniiiery to fjOBTH, AST, k WeSL) Pull man Cnr witlinut vluintru to Nash ville, Louisville. Cinriniiatl. (Jlil viiL'ti, with but nne uliaiiKe tu all NORTHERN ASD EASTERN CITIES. Through Coaches from Chnttannnita nnd Nashville to St. Louis, connecting direct toruities in tne isortiiwcst. IMMIOUANTlfl Scnkinir homes on the line of this ltoad will receive Kpeclnl rates. Sx ntfents of til Is Com pa ny for raU'8 rouios. etc.. or vrile C. P. ATMOltE, G. P. & T. A.. Ijouiavillc. Ky. vyyseaeefyvereeyyeevVgf MAMMOTH STORE! DeJean $t Mitchell Company, OHASTTOM', MISS., DKALEK.S IN GROCERIES, CLOTinNO. n nnnJe llntJnne tKK-TS IIATS,CAPS,UI I UUUUOi I.UIIUIIOl und SHOES, SHIP CHANDI.KKV, f FEED. PAINTS, OILS, HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, ETC. ALL COOD8 DELIVERED FREE. StoiiilHir 18. Slum D. Mercier's Sons, .THE RENOWNED. CLOTHIERS HATTERS, For CHEAPNESS and FAIR DEALING. Two Blocks from Caial-DAUPHINE STREET-Twa Blocks from Canal EW ORLEAIVH. LA, Mht 3t. lStrr. lR-lr VAL FABIAN WITH Henry LocMe & Co., -WHOLESALE- GROCERS, AND IMPOKTEItt) OK WINES AND UQl'OKS, ins, 46 and 4 Tchouwltoulits St.. Anir. at. 1H!7 SKW ORLEANS. LA. 38-lV McDonald. Marcb & Co. Marble Works. Mobile, Ala. CHEAPEST AND BEStTn THE SOUTH. Muy 10. l7. UMv IK YOU ARK IN NEED OP IT! Tlie Dhmochat-Star Job Orrica l fully equipped fur such work, and will Iflvo satisfaction, II. P. BUCKLEY, 8 CAMP STREET New Orleans, - La.. Bu on flaad Fiot Stock of A.merican "VVatches AT LOW PniCES. aim :-: Silverware, Jewelry,:-: Sfl6pectacle8 Wnteb A JweliV L'tnuh'ing n Snmilir. May 31. 1897. ' ' ;.Vti- W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Did you The Grconvllle Spirit nmkes tlie iiiiitiwink' turn-Ding pioa Uit liuiiiHnlty: Telling the truth nhculd not ffect different pvnpW in different way, but, it docs.,,. VVOcn glKtcr Ilect lier wrnte Ui Ctjer tu Inquire If the lWe buy wat' a ion ut the President uf the. United States. G rover replied that it even was w, Pauline. And It Is nut known that a dingle wnnuin In the United Suites ever condemned It I m for the guilt or lis confession. The pure and spotletn continued to honor him. A few days aito anuth.. public man lout his grip upon the propiletleK und did somctlilnir which realty hurt no body, except those wlm truly loved and honored him, Hit case was of weak yielding to the temp tation or me uk mien t. The other case was one of com inning in sin. Yet the man wlm grieved and humiliated by the lesser offense, acknowledge and repents, sees no Mowers of for giveness In bloom for him, hut is be labored and bulled a if he wi' the only prodigal son in the whole Im rn family. According to the way the two rem have been treated, one would hit ,k tttaUl was more unpardiiiiahie i ;ct drunk In MUslsxIppI, than to ittuSme wtiumnhood nnd fatherhood in State of New York. Utetliern, lets us be charitable. Our crrinir brother is motal. Having him tired lust and letchcry in the ruler of the nation, let tin forgive the weak ness of the ruler of the Slate. In this case Is it not I he slnnei, In stead of the Kin, that has aroused tlie condemnation? Let uh wuiip for the sinner, suit blush fur lb slit. x And hnputlikt h-i never will do It "Agin." Col. Benjamin llla.'kbitrn is x candi date for Congress in the Atlanta Dis trict, and lie presents a very pointed platform. He sa.ts, uniong other things: "My platform will he t tic Chirnirf platform, not because it is a regular declarat ion merely, but because I Ih lleve ii Is ripht. I believe in a Democrat having some ideas of M own, and I favor u great many things that believe to be fruitful of gwx) re sults to my people that arc ma tube Hind in any platform. For instance I am in favor of lynching brutes fur tlie usual crime, because I believe it is our religious duty to keep Southern homes pure nnd undt lilcd. rirstof all I am a Southern Democnt, and I don't want Maine todiclale principle to me. I never have, and, so hrlp n God, 1 never will, hedge on Southern, sentiment. I believe the South was right in the 80s, nnd 1 believe the seutimeiitof her people will sustain me to-day. I am eternally opposed tu any system that gives to the brum nd icowardly Pinkerton lorcrs tlie rjght Ku$hoot down innocent labor, as wis lately done in rcunsylvania. I um 'opposed to tho system that makes it possible for slock tun nipt lit- iors to rob the South of her entire cotton crop every year, mere ate other views that I h ive which, at tlie proper lime, I will clucidato and en large upon." Col. Hlaekburn is a flrcry orator, and a lively lime is predletod for the Atlanta campuin. Tho Picayune Hureau quotes a prominent Mississipplan as saying that tho ulurnlty plan of nominating candidates for office was both undemo cratic and directly opposed t all t" traditions of tho party. The State Executive Committee came very near adopting the pluralty plan In the meeting prior to the election in but it was defeated by a few votes. Several of tho Congressional Districts adopted It in 1890, and so far os we can learn, It was satisfactory to tne am ago votor. Majority or pluralty plan, It makes no difference which is aanpi- s cd. Next congressional race in Mis sissippi will be a stirring and a lively one. It is Impossible now to fore shdow the Issues on which It will bs run. bur. iip Issues or no Issue tne scramble for the Job will be close and earnest. Men aro grooming mo P"5 pairing nil over the State for the con test and when time is called nd they are lined up for tho start, ull of them will be In fine form and ready to show their titles clear to scats la Congress. Ever.... Hear tell of the man who X "never readsa newspaper?" HnDDilyheisbeeonungex- T tinct. the live man of the . . present day not only reads newspaper, but he sub- ) scribes lor it. And he gets , . The Best in the South :: when he takes Thk Times- ', Democrat Daily, includ- . ing Sunday, $ia per year t Sunday, $i per year, and ) ) Semi-Weekly, $t per year. . . All the News, and the telling ol it In the J most attractive way, is the I basis of Thk Timks-Dkmo mat's great popularity, giving it the t Largest Circulation In th Booth. One nadtr 4 alwayt rtadtr. Bead for T sample copy, IIU All Id . M f.nilllst.. I THE TIMK.DEMOf .lAT. I , "And this man, he's a gold bu. Mw Or , La. The latest dog story comes from Nashville. A voung physician haa dog named Brusli who Is dcrotcd to him. The other day when tne uon was driving hastily lo seo a patient his liorso befrtn to run. Urush was with him In tho buaty, nnd when he saw that his master could out stop the horse, and Just as they were about to dush In among electric curs na others dangers, Brush Jumped for ward, reached over the dashboard, ana grabbing tho horse's tall in lilsTuoW. backed liluisch' back nnd pulled with all his might. Tho effect was install eous. Tho bono obeyed the novel check. Now, the doctor's young w'i who hud been doaro on Brush, h given her husband's protector a place In her affections. This Is a dog gone strango tale that needs confirmation- This story Is told by Bryan: A gen tleman was on the train; ho began niKkimr ..nr. unh fellow-traveler's pol itics from general appearance First he said, " WcM, th's man Is WP"0" !llcan." "Correct." "This Jf Democrat." 'Right you arc.1 UI That' rig- "So ; sir," said tho foiirth man iWdreswot M..ou are fong. I'vo wen 44i-l"I4-H-Wi-lH-H' that's why TmV Imd."