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W. II. MUl.l.ANIt, IuhiUlir I.DUY. KKVVMttXICO. r'rfmn Mr. iceeier motor -weald t r .1 timvr on Itself If It wsrs taken c it f riilUilclphia. A Inrai pnpr says that "Dr. Powell mk IiIk tiff yesterday by ahaotlMC at ('oiiinsiiiie. 111." Tlie doctor evidently Han a i rr bsd marksman. tien Wyler ha juat received one of I In fluiKt Kiddle horses ever raised In Mixmri nnil If ha doesn't crush the iiixiirrn Hon now It will In bseaauM he ai, find a telegraph nlttr-e. i" i.itiiatl, ti of Dublin baa de n.iHfr m the laat fortr yean tnm mm to 516.000. If Dublin waitU IB k-p from heromlng a hamlat aha should offer mora Inducements la pro H i 1 1 poliremcn. Th noose in tho Rfllilan bbk stwy prema to liara had a eettsln. A New York woman who IhhirIiI a dead duck r dinner found hi IU hotly a dlam nnil. whbh aha sold to a Jeweiar fer fit, CHAMPION OF ALL. I ho Kniim k- Court of Appeals baa itoMiii'l that an accident Inatiranee company tnnat pay to the heirs of a woman who i!ll of a moemilto lille tlte amount of the Hillry. It la hold that h- I'll" wait an accident. A N'aw Jar hi y . our probably would have decided It to him boon nn accident If iho had ftmip thr'.uRh a season wlthntil being lilt'cii. Tlie late Doorfla "V. Chllds of Phil adelphia, newspaper owner and phllaii ihioplMt. did not obtrude hla dislikes upon those about hltn; hut ha had otto aversion thai he could not conceal- hla hi run dislike for tobacco smoke It wnn us If some taw ought to hare Ihhmi found usder which Uio recenl outriiRn or naming; a lirautl of olesira after him could hare been prevented especlally In view of the fact that they aro "flve-i enters." The lluffalo Commercial tolla a slory of a little, girl who waH grontly dis turbed by the discovery that hor broth era hud ait tr.ipH to cut oh birds. Ques tioned aa to what she had done In tho matter, aim replied: "I preyed that the trapa jnlRht not catch the blrda." "AnythliiK elo7" "Vos." Hho aald: "I then prayed Mint Mod would prevent tho blnlH from geitln; Into tho trapa, " - the doctrine of Linn nnu worua. "i want and Kttked tlx- trap nil to places." There hna hern a lot of fun naked t thi new iloK-miiKKlInx law In Utu land, and a lot of dmiiindatlon of It. eys the New York Trlbtino. Dut here ii n- Homo IlKtirea: In IMS the mutating order hah made and kept In form an tll In 1RH0 there were 311 caeca of niblm. In IN'tu (hi re were 129 and In liK! mil :;s The order waa tiien re m.i.i i! ,i:.i in utiji iir win' OS raaea. ii ls'M then- w .e L'ls mid In IM5 there .cm- It HeeniH illlf.cult ta enapc tu aiKiiltlriiiii'f of aiicb fr.e:a. A omitnUelon. of whleh ex-Heiiator haiH in cUaliinau, haa ln'n for aev ral M-arn nianaed. under ihe authorl l f i onKTi aa. In endeavorlnR Ui aecura ihe if.nmnt of the Indiana of Indian 'leiritnry tr the allotment of their I.UXI ! eeveraltV. or Individual hold 1tiK rtn tar aa two of the flra trlbea ai . miM rned, the Cliiff-uwii and Cklrk aaawti. the inminlaaloii haa bean auc ii''il nml an aureotnent haa been nniimtiil mid tranatnllted to couKreaa. iiare'tiieiit, whlc-h covera more tli, ui H.iHHi.oou arrea of Iniid. and affect ihe ht. teu nf 11.000 Indiana and 100. inmi wiiitt M. la imoof ihe ihoji Important HtepM taken In makliia: the Indiana rli izfiiM by treat I ii h with them aa Individ nalri rather than aa ttlbea. Ihe l ulled Stale onmilar reporta fn.m Iterlln atate that Prof. Uuda of Muni, h ha Invented a method of I iuefyliiK nlr at a roat of J '4 renu for ea. ii H. utile meter of air reduced. In I'rof I.lmle' method an air pump lit riM' home power rondenaea air to a i re. nitre ,if too atmoapherea; tbla air l hi.. down a aplral tube and la es piniileil Into a chamber, raualni great .ol. I, then It rlaea and iiaaaaa on the ouuiite nf the aplral tube, bathing It .iimI thii looilnx the new air that haa been pumped Into the tube to take Ita pine Thla c.ioied air followa oh In to the i humber. expand and again toweiH itn temperature, then paeeee oh up around the MMi aplral tube; but a It temperatur haa bnums much Utw r, the new air In the tube ta atlll fur ther refrigerated. Tbla rlroulallHK proee gone on until the new air pt.mped into the tube rearhea the ex pemloii rhamber at a temperature of 2T! degreea balow sero. wben It drops into the rbamter to the form of Ih-jld. Thua the air. ateadlly rioled. Is mad to refrigerate the newly-pumped air more and more, uutll tu aaccaaary tligree of cold la attained. Mr. Theoaopblcal Ilcaajit aaya "de votion " aa emauatiiiK from the human body, la a pale-blue rloud. aouMtlMta taking the ihape of Howera pf ture of alderuiaiilr devotion i ioroi atlona eonialMS otKi thln. ,( mi n'iullel ib. n . i u S - i, i j, ii Cbarlea II. Da. OM PAHDIIars at teMtlona to Mary Ann Dleko nnan had bean w dn voted that It was tba general remark at Ulilmi Center, "looks aa If sun thin' was Rln' to ooiflB rom ll." and everybody appear ed to wlfth thsm wsl land bofi tor the aattripatod. Joe It wan allo.rwl had some Rtimption and fair prospeeia, and "ihe Dleksrman girl's a rlghftwt tin." Young I'antee waa a carpenter, run ning his own shop and all tho while mniMKltiR to make a few dollars lie Vend hla modest requirements, and put ting away the surplui for the pro verbial rainy day, which the forehand ed Kew ICnglaiider la always providing arm I tint. To be sure then waa nevor much new building going on In the old fah loned town, hut thero wab repairing and jobbing, an1 the alert and willing Joo I'nrdeo made sure to eapture hla ahnro of tho hualnoaa. If you wanted a Job dono right off In a hurry, 1'ardco waa tho rutin to underlnko It. That waa what tho landlord at tho Union holme told tho contracting agent of tho olreua, remarking: "rardeo will put up your bonrda on llmo an 'cordln' to contract, nn ho vnn't cliargo you onranaonablc, JielUior." On tho tavern kce a recommend aur carpontcr got tho Jt "j, and proceed bd to put up tho olreua hill boards in quick 1 1 mo. Joo was n great worker, and It was Jimt fun to aea him awing n jammer and tie nil the nails flying into Ihe board. Mary Ann stopped at the partially erected hill board, an her way to the poatflMce, and remarked: "Clrcua coming, Mr. Pardee?" 8ho ia alwara callod him Mlator In the presence of others. Joo waa equal ly punetlllloua In hla reply. "Yoa, Mlaa Dlekormnn, nnil tho ngont ttays It the host show on the runt!. "Of courio ho doe." IaurIioiI Mary Ann, "lie's hired to toll It." nnil thon nho added, " 'anoae you're goln', Mlater I'nrtlpo?" Wna thnt a hint? Tho man Htupped a little olotor (n the mnld, ao thnt tho workmon and the louiiRors oould not hoar, and sold In a low voice: "I'm goln', Mnry Ann, provldln' that you go with mo?" Tho mnlilnn roddenod, looliod down on the ground, and murmured: "Qf courio, Joo," and thon sho re tnaraed, "must lio n good show, that la the lonsost board " pot up in our town." "Tie," coincided the carpsntor. re garding the object or hla affection with ntlmlratlon. "I wonder If lbs Champion nf ICvery thing Is with the show?" Inquired Mary Ann. "lie must be by the else of tho bit! Iioarda." replied Joe. 'urpenter latdee ulaed nil ahow by the lre of the billboard they erected. "Well. hope he la." continued the ualdan. about to resume her errand K N-w Ymk millionaire bn re. entiv mil' '.. Kutalan droeky ntnl , m , ,i Japan. Be Jtnrb kohii- Hlowlv Imi ." gi.a ni. it. .m o k' jil ti t. yff n 'na i ' i ho Iki hur x l &. w (ajg J f .r gu drnLa. "or couni:, jok." to tho iwatolllee. "When 1 was visit ing ovsr to Uepublle, a year ago last U miner, a show oama there and It had the Champion of UvstrUiiiig with It, and he was Iks atsarteat man I srer saw " "boo?" "Yes. an' he heat 'em all. ' "Io tell?" "Yes. an' ha was just like a plsture, an" escli curly hair " "Ik n't sayT "Yea, an' 1 van Introdueod to him." Jm'i witarllp dropped, but In an It slant ha pretended be didn't Mind, and as Mary Ann immured her way ho hoped thai the Champion of livery thing wight not come to town with the approach I uk clrcua. It was three weeks before the elroui oa me to town, but In thai time Joe ex perienced at least three months of ex istence, hut wuen the ahow did arrive the young carpenter was probably the happiest nad proudest man In town as he sfoorled Mary Ann Dtckerman to the much heralded 'performance. The performance had not long progressed before his fair eempaiilon, quite fergetfui of the presence of oth- tun, fixeJelmed: "Omul! There he Is the Champion of llverythlngf Joe was nettled at his companion' detlRHt. and made as If net to nnttos l but as the ntar artist wa sueh a versatile fellow, and withal the master of everything, he continued to draw firm the delighted Mary Ann the ami enth'jalaatir expression of favor To repeated iutlurkts Joe exprcned him self: Ho Ij a ronrelly chap " If Mary Ann had heard the remark she would have reseated It As the show progressed Joo Pardee Mie oarpanlcr, lost Interest In It and wished that It was over, and every time that the Champion of Kverythlng appeared ho wished Uiat ho might break hla neck in his foolhardy feat. Mary Ann waa chariNCti and Joo was alarmed. To add to the annoyance of tho onr pen tor the Champion of Hverytlttiig i had rtoognlsad the lady at hla aldo and I the Hay Mary Ann waa aware of the fact. When tho yomiR man began (o cry tho tickets for the concert Mlaa IJIik ermnn recognized tho preaenao of her escort enough to say: "Ooln to aeo the conoer. Joo?" "Clueaa not, Mary Ann; 'taint prob able that 'mounts to much." "tint I dearly want to aeo It: It's 'such fun," whecdlod the girl. Tho escort bought the tloketa and rcmalnotl to the "after ahow." While the audience was passing out and the preparations wore going on for Mie ooncsrt. tho carpentor regained till raantnl equilibrium, but hla peace of mind waa ngaln upset when there camo climbing up tho aenta that most versatile of nronlc nrtlats, tho Champion of Hvorythlng, who mndo directly for Mary Ann Dlckorman, and presentod hlimelf with graceful bowa and scrapes. Mary Ann Introduced tho young mnn, but Joo Pardco did not catch tho imiiif; it was all that ho oould do to catch hla breath. Tho escort at tho young lady thought thnt tho atliloto and the maiden woro altogether too Clad to moot. Hut what could ho say? What could ho do? The concert progrosnod to nn end, but how It got through tho carpontor never temembored. Waa It a droam, nml did ho wnko up when tho clrcua folks cried "All over." Tiio audlonoe nroie, ao did the trio, The Champion of Hvorythlng had the audacity to give his hand to Mary Ann and naslit hor off the troaohoroui seats. Joe I'ardcb managed to got to the solid earth, but even that assmed to move from under him. Ho was daxed, staggered. 'Hie athlete turnod, doffed his hat, and aald: "(loot! afternoon, M-l-x-t-o-r Pardee: happy to have mot you." Then, with amazing nmuiinnce, ho rovo hla arm to Mary Ann, and they walked away, leaving him atnndlng thero, not Knowing whothor ho wna allvo or not. Tho people humping up agnlnat him nrouied him, and ho pass ed out to shamifncod, ao hurt, thnt ho could linve rrlml. To think of It. that Mnry Ann Disk ormnn, hi Intendod, ahoulS huvo over oome io play auch a trick upon him in tue preaenco of hundreds of the people of Union Cantor, who know them both ao woll, . , Some young men would havo gone and dona something desperate, took u drink, or begun to go down till! flt n rsjdd paco. Joe did nothing of that MM: be atnak to It las work, held up hla bead and came to the wlas conolti. lon that he waa fortunate In knowing Mary Ann tor what aha was worth In lime. Of coureo people talked, and a good many Jibe, nml entart aaylnis reached Hie unnilliiig tun of the carpenter, but he kept hla own rounvel and waa buay with the aaw, the hammer and tho edge tool. It had been prophesied by the wlae acrca of the town thnt Joe am! Mnry Ann would make up, and that the original matrimonial program would be carriid out, and It la probably n tact that the fascinating Mnry Ann coquetted to that end. If slit did iho made a aorry failure. When the aummer'a tenting lenaon waa over ihe marvel of the anna came up to t'nlon Cettor and claimed bin prlie; to be explicit, tho dopsrluro of Mary Ann Dlckermnn from town with the Champion of Kverythlng comes under the head of an olopemeut. Two yeara later a clrcua ahow came to Union Center again, and with It chanced to be that remnrknMo per former wiUt wuoio famous perform ance we are nlrcndy familiar. Ho and Joe l'anlae, the carpenter, came uiwn each other faee to face down at the Union house nsfure parade. The uuaband of the former Mary Ann Dlckerman extended hla hand: . "You remember me?" "Couree," replied Joe, taking the proffered hand. The two men surveyed each other during a ralhtr awkward pa tue, the carpenter noting that the athlete look ed careworn and in noli changed. The Champion of Kverythlng at that moment i amoved his hat to rub tho beads of perspiration from an entirely bald head. "Well," explained the earpentar, thoughtlessly, "if you haven't hHt every hair en ;our hind slnea I saw you hutr "Yes," sighed the tlrous man, "you must remember 1 have been utorrlod fir two years," A UnlncliWnr. The TtneMah piess deems It an Inter estlMg wltwitUnra thai President ICm gor tost a thumb by aecldaat, while (lkidstcvio, In deserlblng Mie amputa tion of this finger, once said: "The HlMHMteo of pain aomoMmes amounts to pleasure. It was onot viy fate to liavo a finger cut off and I mulled perfect ly well that when tiio surgeons ceased to hack me ! was mora delighted Mian I oan express. I thought I nsver ex port uneol so lively a pleasure." Hx ehaaga. t llffeel of VlraluU ltHrlliiiMh. In Q I lea county. Virginia, the In habitant are moving to otli.r parts on account of the earthquake, which there produced cosmic eftet not ro pfrCMl riaewliere The wat.r ail leak ed out of one of tho neighboring lakes, and a prosperous salt works entirely dliappearod. THE WANDERING JEW HQ LIVES IN A LONELY CADIN IN PBNNBVL.VANIA. linerli Many Mlrariilnu Oiiren anil line Hal llnriiiirne (iHtlrra tinea When III lie ! Iteatnu Why lie Would Not Die. JS Imp MI (Special Lottor.) HHltH in living in tho Pennaylranta I sT d I a t a n o e from 1 'AOS-' Mane' Choice, a f(J cliarnetor who, If hla story ho true, la of International In terest. Ho la known aa the "m o u n t a I n her mit." ami clalma to ho the Wandering Jew.. Tho nnolnnt Scgend of tiio Jew who rovlled Ohrlit ,whllo ho wna on hla way to tho cross. Mid tho Savior turning ma eyoa upon the scoffer, saying. "Thou shall bo hero when I come again," hna heeomo a matter of Malory. The legend contin ues that tho Jew, unable to meet death. Ja atlll wnndorlng on tho fnco of tho oarth, and on tills story la lmaed (Ion eral Low Wnllaro'a famous tnlo, "The Prlnco of Indii." At vnrloua tlmwi aa late na tho Inst century Iho Wnndorlng Jew hna been linnrd from In varloua parts of the world, tho lnat tlmo pre vious to tho one horo recorded, bolng in Hnglnnd. Tho "mountnln hermit" Is known to the reatdont about tho vicin ity na John Haynford. Whore ho came fiom, and liow ho got there, no one knows. Tho oliluHt lottlora romombor brown, and a brief convrrantlon con vlncea ono Mint ho la far rrfm being demented. Tho only explanation ap pear a to ho that supplied by tho her in It, that ho la tho Wandering Jew, MIBCHBIVOU8 CATALINA SEAL. How II Npnlleil Temper end Cntch of .M.tttiel. MaUiici wob n Neaiifllltnii fiahorman who had left tho blue wntcra at Mia Mediterranean nml found hla way to Mio liland of Santo Cntnllnn, oR tho ahores of Houthorn California, Tho lUllan wna what la called a trawl fisherman. Ho had n lino nearly halt a mile long, with hundreds of onrliK which ho act In Btimmor. whllo In wlntor ho uied a long net, which Un act In an ingenloua way. Hut Mattucl hnd his trlala.whloh the writer discovered ono day while watehlng him drnw hla net. Tho big Intcon rlugeil bant wna hnuled up lo the edgo of tho deep bed that forms a lmrrlor to tho Island, SO or CO feet from ahoro, and Mnttucl and a companion wcro overhauling a flne-meshed net, hand over hand. As they pulled in Uio net a curious head, with lustrous dark eyes, nppenred at tho aurfneo aliout 30 feet away. It gnvo one glance at tho flHhormon, then sunk out of eight, reap pearing almost Inatnntly very near tho boat wltli it largo fish In Ita mouth which It tossed Into tho air with a play ful gesture, onioning It skilfully as It camo down. Thon It threw tho fish 90 feet nway, following it rapidly and cntchlng It ngnln, heating the water ao violently thnt It wna covered with foam. Tho notions of tho aenl nttraetod a (lock of gulla and pollcnna, which aonu dotted tho waters In ovory direc tion feodlng upon tho fragment. of tho fish. l,oonB, which hnd been feeding In I iho outer wntcra, onmo Hying In, their 1 v THOrilhKS OP iIIB OWN. Haynford when they moved to the place, and lie then had the appVaranco of uelug an old man. He lives In a house built In the aide or a hill. One dog la hla onlv companion, and he aub alfcta by hunting nud fishing. In tho winter he make a good living fetch ing fur-bearing animal, and in sum mer he gathers roots and herba. Among the simple-minded folks of the community his curative powers are looked upon aa something almost mlr atuluua. He la very reticent, and does not encourage calls from his fellw he I UK, or mliiRlc with them lu any way. Some time ago he was taken 111 nnd found In thla condition by two man who were hunllug. They Instated that he should have a doctor, but he for bade them to hoiiiI for a phyalelnn, May ing he had lived nearly 1,000 yenrs, nml thnt there whs roarcoly dnnRor that he would now die. They thought he was dollioua, but Willi a quiet smile lie assured thsm that it waa a fact, nnd Mint ho was hearing out the prnvlNloua of a curao Inllli ted upon him a a pun ishment centuries ago. He told of his , 1IUUMIT imPOUH HIS CAII1N. ramlerings over the face of the globe and by bis manner convinced them. In spite of themselves, that he waa speak ing the truth. Wben the story became public many called at Mm old man's dwelling and found him entirely recov ered. He refused to answor any ques tions regarding his statement or talk on the aubjeet. Despite hla uncouth np pea ranee he la viry well educated, and ovldantly a man of mure than ordinary attainments. The Interior of hla eabln consists of one room, ar und which are arranged shelves holding hla herbs nnd drugs. The Interior Is covered with skins, and several largo boar skins serve aa quilt for hla bead. It haa b&en auggested that Haynsfurth Is a tnflii who at one time was a wealthy I inerchant In the city of Pittsburg, hut that businesa reverree and family troubles unsettled hla mind, and that he haa come tu this spot to spend hla days In retirement The man's appear ance doea not huwuer. bear nut thla theory Tho icii )uH faie la wrinkled ard of tho r intrmry of parrhnien' denoting g ta' an n pair of eharp rye pser forth f. ,m Ltnoath buiby eye- long norke appearing Ilka annkos abovo the aurfiire. while a bald eagle gradu ally descended from a lofty cliff near by and surveyed the scene. "You have many frlenda among the blrda and aeala," we ventured na iho noisy throng lluttered about. "Krlends?" retorted the lUtllnn; "thieves. They rob mo before my eyws, and Mie law aaya you must not shoot seala, gulls, itellcana, loons, except yon pay 10, and," lie aililod. waving hla arm at tho seal'whlch than tossed nn other llah, "they all know it and rob mo," It was the truth- tho soala and tho birds were not pets, but enemlea that preyed upon the llahermau undor the protection of tho law. As soon aa tho llahorman appeared ami prepared to haul Mio net. the seel, which lived In a cave nearby, swam out. and. accepting thla na n algnnl thnt tho not wna full, dived down nud skilfully dlsengiiKcd tho fishes from the mushes, brought thorn to the aurfneo, and anuclly tosHod thorn Into tho air bo fore tho oyoa of tho Irato flalicrmnn, thon alo a hiuuII por tion of the head of each, leaving Mm mangled romnlna to tho fenthered throng thnt lind gathered around. Tho number of fish tho seal would Htool in thla way nud tho rapidity with which he nooomplUhed It wna remarkable. tin. WfitOane Soothing Syrup r rfciUr-n tMOitnf, Mftimliwn. niwtt lcfU Station, f wind rtliUl.tli Pome people never care tu hear o banjo except Uiev are dmulc. Auenti Wanted, mM mlm hn4llav Mlte- ii.unn" JI lIM In !. n Mil. ianMlttMlitl. tr rtll r eanmten. AsaerM. lliirgl llnuuraclui- lie uik, iirpi. T. cnicnro, RIO ilnllr ! voltllia Hlflrt Mm llfni M wIMm i: Our Idas of a thoroiighhriHl I a man who haa two wili of imntalooiix. Kit neat Tear nnwelt Willi Ciscarels. ramlr Cathartic, euro ro tlpatlon for er. ion. II a ao. tail, druggUu itlund kodbj. A woman 1 never nitride btiton ia life. Dyspepsia Is weakness ot the tomsoh. It Is the source of untold misery. It may be cured by toning and strengthening the stomach and enriching and purifying the blood with ltood't Hsrssparllla. Many thousands havo been cured by this medi cine and wrlto that now they "can cat anything they wish without dlitrrit." rSood's Sarsaparilla Is prepared by 0. 1. Hood ti Co., Lowell. Male Pnlit by ilrtipKUK. H.slxfarlt. tlet ll.i,. Hood's Pills cure alt liver tUi. reuti. HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Bcautifioj and rostoret Gray Hair to its original color and vitality ; prevent! bja'dnoss ; cures itching and dandruff A fmo hair dreuing IL 1'. Hall ft Co., Protii . NnOiui, N. II. Hulil by all lirugcl'ti. dZt c o 8 TTifl'l I VtVZHiZ. ft w Lsf tAW WORLD. Hi m tr f'tir I or Ml ftt pmtttUi fit font Tr on r.of nf rNV by t'j:itTAl,N t'Ui; t Om i:iAiuvlUr. l)tl. ' Bargains In Bicycles, , uti ni, in i;io im KintasiM t,4llii4 " a a to sin All trlM, all ilrra ihlni""! anv tirfHiatrort. Thallt m-Mlfi -r Mur own ntaka I Ml nn lutw rl.'l MiMiiilnrliirrra' Dlarouiita lmi i- , iliaiwr. Kim1 (or llluittati! caialv(u Niio hii urrrr. Ann wainci ll! kit UUIl IU ItMtn tlikith at., Iki.iit. DHJ. in. AHENDROTH, l)At.t.A. TKXA9 Ae.-(.ANli. Kai , Junntl. lMf - Iltar (In I bat uiad hiiiiI Utif at I".ir I'III!m anil leuiMl miitli rrllar lnim tbtm liar tan trout,! lattiat tun Uh rnal wtahutu, but can tar, altar uiIn rur 1'aitUUt. Ilial t fail L itr llian I hararura lout lliua. Plf at at nd u bj mma biall on man boi. and oblliir MltS O XI OIIIMES. I' B I'nHntxt and one dollar UNIVfiUSITY op NOTRE DAMB, Notro Dnmo, Indiana. Muj-lr.. I.i'tlf r. Ni'lrni'i', l.mv. I Ivll. Mr I'lmnli'Ml aii.l Kli i lrli'nl t : u 1 ti c -r I n ar- 'I hiirnucli l'ri'nntirr an.l fi rrrUI t'liiiraia. f.l-.ull.l iiii'l-nl, at it -ui rl. Kiiuiiia Vrrv. Junior r iwi.lor Vrar. kolldlal t'orM HI. IMHHril'a HhII, rr U.., ui.rf,r II, Tli- 1071b Term lll natn Mmitniilirr 1th. I HUT. t'llluliiBUn taut frro nu ai4lallHi to A. .ilurrlaary, V. S. V., I'rcalUrnU Iti't. f I I w 1 4;a, I iHl Utaraai44 J rvniiioiiti.o,fl VVHV Wbrii I tut t.iiiiiliin 'Hriiiiiii llaclua. The "season" beglna nliout tho tlmo purllitmmit opens, and iwrlliimcut's opouliiR und closltiR dupunils more or loss on fox hunting nnd ktoiuo shoot Iur. As tho "season" npproaehra town houses are opened and "grwu" serv ants are broken In; aecrcturloe busy themselves with lists and stationery, and the winter campaign begins Imme diately upon the family' return to town. Aa a Loudon house la seldom needed for more than the formal en tertainments of a season, It Is In most eases hired; conaequently it ir seldom attractive. Acquaintances are enter tained In the city nnd friends are taken Into tho country to spend tho week's cud on the family estate, surrounded by Mie household Roda nnd the moat at 1 1 native aide of all KtiKland. There tho future- members or the house of lords and the belles of some futuro drawing room rldo donkey, nnd the older people ride whsela and alt under Hncllih oaka aud make little water color sketches and It la easily seen why only social duties tako them to London. -Scrlbner's. CURE YOURSELF! I m fii ii Iff unitaurat dttrtiaisjfi, liitUtautAlUtlilr. Irrltftiioui or uW-ftuoi. tlf Ul U r Ii 11 tiialll,aaiat.j,al. ri tiii,i. rluUi. ami not aitrln. ATHitilntCniMlCUOa. ntr iwImiouui. Hold lr llrucslala. -pr atnl In wain warir, ,r uptMi, iTri.l Ur if (ii. ,.r3l-,l(lM; J.I1. Circular ttut vu ttqucit. U. LOUIS COLLEGE, SAN ANTONIO, TEX, A Ikmouimj tctMNii for tMjri and joung tucn A uniilrt ruuraoor colloglaio tuCIn a Ihorouih M.iuiiiircial Iraltiliif ancient and modern lan-irlmifa- luuth' and ait. Hllen IWaiaora A I.ul drf.l iliuu-und dullar tutioul bulldln: rauipua, naiuHnluiu iiatkaud saidcua rur i-atulviiu b ,l in iho l'rul lent nd cur iritm and aall rurlur far rutting ladlM trial, nn runllllnyu itmll ui tl MlfaaUifao. lory, olbarwua lu latum aaaia I., ui br nail, pwtaifa Mala illlANT fATTKIIN CO., libit Mouth ruullim U flilcaio, III. OetyourPenalop DOUBLE QUICK Wrll.CAPT. OTARRCLt., Petition Attn!, HIS New York Avenue, WASIIINUTON, D. C. hcwoiscoyettYtsfaa Quick rHlaji ftitd curt oil UtilmeaUl itvd lOilnvft FREE TRIALS DROPSY fesi llfiHl fur tk tit I troutiiinti rr rvitu.Vs.Kkitiftokt,AUMUi FREIGHT PAID WftmV'i RODS PATENTS "ganMr! t ! IrtriDf a ad latailni OaM er amir Uia loll or bunad trtaturai t. O. HtVl.a.n.b4i SJT.Sibiuiteo.iitn. m. a.wiLLao laalaa uiau. u.uai III AT UBMfi atail iunn urbu..k II. 1. 1.'aillll A, tl. iaa SalldJaf, Olailaaall, UbU. rVILLaqNoo.,Waik. ,UU Kalaalllltiataal 4. 4U.a! bout tree An titter Inllilal. "I would not believe him under oath." the witness (Mlltled, 'Mir' aald the Judas. In surprise at hearlus a ieadlns citizen so flouted. "Oh, fur as thnt noes. I wouldn't believe no body i m a tax assessor "-Indlanop. oils Jo iri al 1 M Vfts were flisl und in 1414 by ta i l rtsc army. DALLAS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ha'HOHEnffljgS&m IlieatftS ViVt on aailh Vb Mff WniTrtluri ATAUMll'K PLOWS Tt ita lilt IKivCe Dallat fcaa'W' II V Dr. J. B. SHE.LMIKE, Vr. VH North Iciaa rue and llr.iai O.ieaiaa. LI!ACI1MAN'S jn, TvYll WORKS AUNUHY OC LALLAS, TUX raner tiialaf Id rut Color. Cbemlealtleaalof cf tin tlbilM K tyiMi 4 on war W'irk luatanUaS. STARR aTeaiaiSltl flaVSlat jUlal til CVl UI ft NIIVu'l10"' MMttasltalUM r I A ny 5 i3.fe.w.MMfcS lUAUotrr. VatteilM to4l4 sl slSg, JM W. N 'i DA1.I.AB NO 31 IBQ7 When Aniwr' ug; Au. ..ainitau Kindly Xtut'oa Hill rtxr