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us by our superintendent, the fTtbl courThou from mZ m.ty r inoolb. Itoar mittee taking into consideration the accommodation afforded t the town and county by the court house arrangements, have offer ed to contract with them at sls per month, which is about one half the cost of the supply. Oth erwise, we informed :!them they, would be required to put in a merer and pay 15 cts. per 1000 x.Slmofl Fried, ) . f V Com mittee. - jUg- J ? M On naot i ob<t o dd op t Ve UTTLE GIRL SimED ..ix •) : x ■'' t■ ■ WaS Q agll^ g SaV * F™ Ertg o wo? it be true the much-mahgned dashtS l of e ™S e Dunphy, a aCe'Mn^thhiswife. was carried off one afternoon by a wild animal. Search was made Ldthe Ibabe t for dead. J*® re where wr^nd^whil^tbe luijiflifir ibcCP niwinp SWUV .-. -rl.3t ■ ,■ v*c., j-ijpWLv Jfc .** ■' ■ ■ . •’ v * £ ."JT* *- , A’ .. -'f •" • 4;- • f ■ WIP f-;•’lirk‘a tWffyl v' i'. .<* „ . 5 / „ , Q Usually brings up a, tfumbet* of ques* . these*is always *' \ • 1 w ,rih ' 1 v r .; Just now a cool place is the first requisite; why not , *j* -j There are mountains for the strenoos; wild flowers and | n£e %rißtfons|Lr the scientific;' charming f,. v drives and exceilent golf links for the athletic, and model hotels for the luxuriously inclined. 11l I.iMM lH *•’-••; JtkWfJiM LOW RATES J NHHUI | ALL SUMMER. w ■“ ~..?M°: &£s. p.f.M Bunphy was hunting in the moun tains yesterday he came on a wolf den. which showed signs of being occupied. He Waited for a long time; and then, as no wolf came forth, he desided to enter the den. As he entered the place he heard the cry of a child. Advancing he saw a sight that wbi Lying baby trying her best to get a supper from the mother wolf. The wolf pimply growled. made no attempt to escape or make an attact when the man ap proached. Ehe was attached to one ‘n* well nourished and was without XT News. 9th Sessional Crystal A Black Record. ; The report of the interstate commerce Commission shows that in the last fiscal year—not the one that will end tonight at country killed' 8588 and injured r rr.:^L“;;s of the world have shown a larger list of killed and wounded. A brigade.was wiped out reckoning t br tO ye ■ -employes.—BirmiD- Knam Age aerate. ,4 ~ .