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TBS SOX WHO KISSED UIS MOTHER.
Bht sat oo the porch In the sunshine, Aa I went down tin street A woman whose hair was silver, But wlione face was blossom tweet ; Hairing me tlui.k of a garden, Where, In apite nf t!i fowl and mow Of bleak Nov. tuto r wcntlii r Late, flagrant lilio 1,1., w, I heard a finiUtin Nliind me, And the wmiimI nf a mi , ry lauh, And I km w tlm In art it came flora Would I like a comforting mart In the lime and hour nf trouble, Hopeful and biave ami strung, Olio nf tlio liiartu lo li .ui on When we think that thinn o wrmig I turned at the Hick of the Rate-latch, And met hia manly limit ; A face like hia gives me pliamire, Like the page of a 1 unant book. It told of a ati-adfiiat pnrpoe, Of a brave and dai iiig m ill A face with prominc in it ILat find giant lliu viu fulfill IIo went up the pathway siutiiig j I m the noiimn'a i v. a Crow hriKl.t with .,rdl. m wi Icomo Aa .iiimluiie iirim Die hMis. " Back again, wn t mnilier," He eried, and U nt to kirs Tlie loving face that win. liftpn I'or that whi. h mine uiotUrn mies. That Imjr ni!l d" to d' n l on, I hold that II, m it till.. From Imla in love wiih tl,, jr Mother. Our bravi-M h-roc Kfw. Earth's gramlm l.taiU liaro Uin lorm lieai (a fiiure lime and eai Id began ; And the l.y w ho I,;.,. , ,i mothe, la euiy im h a man. Vns T. V.ixroui, Old-Time Scliool-Tonchlii; IlKUIMHI KSCKS OF A 01,11 I-KPAOOOTB. It is nltriiTi ft vi-ry plcifiuit tiling t Mb biul Ik.v liniiff lim I'lin j.-liiiifnt mi himself. I iiolii'i.l iih I plimil al mi up. H'r v.inilow in n Jnrrjo srliool house Wllf-H) I tllllflllt, Out lilt, llOyS CliriH! out tlio linck iliMii into tin! pliiy-roiiinl hm if tlicy luul lii.fii iircil fioiii n niiiumn. They Mint nut ono niter iuioIIut, uiul Kittii'rnllv hunhil in it convc-tiit-iit stiow tiKiiU. On .iitiK to Ihu lu-iid of tlio jttrtirH 1 hkw tlio rninon. Tlio hoys innijwd ithlriilc of lim limiihter uiul went .iiiliiirjiioivii Iho im-.ined pluno, jinnpiii(i ileiir oil' the, slijm, uiul IuiiiIimI, iin ii (on Hill thing, on thru- fret. Tim end of tlm Imnii lcr luul no newel punt, tiuil Hut eli iloor wiih only it few feet from Hu, IhiIIoiu of (he htuirwiiy. It wiih prvnt fun, ninl Hut iiiniiNeini nt mis iuereiiHeil when n hiir Imy e.mlil riiku in willi his I)rojediii( fi etHonin in fm Innufn young, utor wliii wim piiini? (I.i'vii llieHtnirH in tlio ordinary wuy. I tl(. ,VH H.lrl Miool miih culled Unit t liiM Hurt of riipi.l tlAiiKit wiiiihl liuve to kIoi, IIhvn iihii ally don't liiivii Intieli rinpeet for I ho CiiiiiiiiiiIiiIh of new iii.inIi r until lliey 11 in I Unit Im mi iiiik wn,t Im muvh. At lllll next reiVHH 1 Went In Hie foot i,f tlio Hliiirn to liml out wlielher Ihey uopiiHi;,l to olii y tin. or not, I foiiiiil, 1H (.x d(i,, Hint U.y ilj.ln i. wiien tint liuU ennui nailing ,. .n n tlm Imuihter I RriiMpeil ouc h us lie I). v punt l.y . ,.. lur nuil httiniK Inin in, ,iind jut,, , pnnii(.;i niiy iiihi hlninl tlieui lip 1)110 liy oiiii Hoinewliiit iliizeil liy U,u Ulitri lliey ;.,, t wim lively work, for IIIU Wipplv of lie; Imy, exeeeiled tliu il.i luiiinl. They eiiine li.mi m upper rn- JrilMlH Wiih l l. , .l0 p,jy ,! j luul my IiiiiuIh full in every m iiho of Ihu Word mi I Kiillioied tl in j',,, m ilht tho Hewn hpreud llmt lim nnihler wiih nt Iho foul of I litt (.fuiiwuy n i 1 1 1 a Hlundiiie; iiiviliiliiui lo nil nli.lerH, mid Iho down JMHtr of Iiovk Hllddelily ceiu-ed. 1 Wiw Jimt nlioiil lo turn mi iillenliuii to tlm ow of enpliM'K when I lieurd llie follow lug coiivelriilioii nt Ihu hiiiil of tho kUli: "Iloli't. Tho m:islt.r'H down there," "J don't rim." "Jlo'll enllui yon." "I'd lilin to' fen liim do jl. I'll pivo him ft ili;; IIiiiIH ,, Mil, In linn ll. lni,;iily quiek, you In t. I,i,u to n o him collar tun. " The taller Hpealter tnailo tioultempt to conceal the faet that lie didn't givu n Lang for the new nui.iier. I dtuod at Die f.iot of tlio htuirH nnd Wuitod for him. 11,. threw Ida leg over tli ImniHter, an. I, Hpr. iiding out lii feet, lftUllche.1 himself down Inward iiiu. A Rliuino allowed tun llmt I would he tidied in tho next moment, mid would ho tho tiiilgliing Hloek of llio KchiNil; no I linked Ihu door Mini and uluod naido. Tliu hig fellow, wlio.se iimiii. did not Uimi know, ciniii. down like a whirl wind. Tho moment Ihedoor cIonciI ho I ani'U to lliiigluniHi lf oil; hut ho wim too Info. Tin aunt npiunst tlm door with n thud tlmt iimdd t-veiy window ralllo.iunl full Imckiii a lu'iip on thifcllmir, I helped him up on his feet, hhhhIimI ly ono of tho Imih, mid he miid. feohly, that ho fnenaed ho would nit down f.'ir littlo while. 1 let the row of culprit RO, rind told them tlmt nn accident liko that might happen at uuy moment if the door chanced to alnit.'nnd no after thnt e hnd no more Hlidiug ilowu old Qrimeb' cellar diHir, It la seldom that ft mdiool -mtudcr lina bund to haiiil encounter with a pupil; yet. in tho tmekwnodH I Imvo knows euch a thing to take jilaco. 1 onco wbu ono of a jmrty t,l livu who undertook to thriuih our jtehooI-niaNter, who wan o tcrnhlo Hevcre ninn. IIo gnvo mo tho worst thrashing I ever received, nnd to this day I don't know what it wbh for. However, thriinliing never went nmimi with ina nt (hut limn. 1 hIwiivh do eerved It, and thin nuo I merely jdimcd "i-'wuui, xuuwing tiicro yrua null a large Imlnnea cxmiing to nio. Hut iw i was naying, five of uh ngrcwl to climb on tho tenchor fit a toiicwnmo plnco bout half a aiilo from iho school whero he couldn't cry for help. We climbed. But alas it whs not tho teacher who had to cry for 'help. II thnudiod all fife of iw. He bad got bo accuatomod to thranlilDg txiys that he eemod to do it qmW from the fore of habit. The .tohool-boy of my day was a born lighter. Every new boy had to fight bis way to his place among tho boys. I Havre fought, when I went to a new ohool u puml wltll g00d t Snnr,lhli,,Pen0dtO,'1 th l'm- ptons, who had not the slightest ill-will toward me, nor I to them. Hut school etiquette demanded that we should fight and we did. I don't sunnona tio. J ing: any extent iu town schools, but, no j-uuu,, j., uu, ,, ,u ,u cotinn-r, where hollow behiuij the echool-hoiiHe or piece of woixIh down tho road olTere eenre iignting gfound. Little the teacher will kuow of these combats if were js a stream near by where the vic tor and vanquished can wash their bloody jiosee. as an East Londoner would say. I was always a coward, aud never took kindly to those feJJowa "whose list was ever ready for a knock. down blow." The bova of that Mm had no Wen of the rule.7f Ihe rin7 p. imy fonght In a savage, rough and tumble way, and when one got the other down it was considered no dishonor to pound away at nun till be cned "enough." At tuts cry the boys generally pnlled the upiHT mivHge on ii ne uum i qatt. One day a tramp circus man tanght me some valuable wrestling tricks. My in. oiuo wim a nip-meg, which invariably uiuugiu iv cnrin me opposite party, The licattty of it was that when onoe you raised your opjioucnt off his feet you could lay him out in almost any style juu 1-iiiw. no wan jienecuy nelplcss, dcHpito his strtigghfl, the moment you Ki iniu in me air, nnu man it was de lightful after literally keeping him in suspense to lay him flat on tho ground iu any particular stylo that fancy sug gehitii. itiui point, however, was not hutting for the boys after tumbling to it in various attitudes generally "tumbled to it," aa the slang phrase has it, and men us iiseimuesH was at an end. ritil! ltwas alwajs a wonderful accomplish ment iu a new school, and on several oc casions, although I was a terrible coward, I gained a victory over my op louent by clinching and hip-locking him and then ptimineliiig him in such rapid succession that the light was over before ho thought it had begun, Although boys will light like ticers among themselves, it is rare that one of them summons tip courage enough to at tack their common enemy, the teacher. Only onco in my varied experience as a schoolmaster did a Imy Bet out to thrush me, and that occasion I shall never for getand I don't suppose he will eithpr. I taught n wild school in a backwoods district one winter when, physically, I was scarcely nhle to teach. I had had a severe illness and was I mek at my desk again before I had fully recovered my strength. I have ofleu been pained to observe that Ihu average boy has little consideration f,jr ut wcuk, and my school seemed to think that because I wasn't able to give them their regular rutiotm of birch they might do prnttv much as they pleased and, they diif. One day I felt that my control of tho ndiool was gone. The noise that I was tiniililn to quell kind of dazed mo, M I sat there feeling completely ill and help less, 1 felt that 1 had better resign and get into it snw inill or a boiler maker's shop or hi min such occupation, that was quieter uiul morn siKitluug t'mu the one 1 was in. All at onco tlm uoisn ceased and on looking iqi I saw Hint Hill Trim miiiH, the biggest and worst boy in tho school, wsh silting on a desk with his feet on the sent hu ought to havo sat on. This was n direct deliance of authority that could not be ignored, Hill was the only son of his fulher, mid Old Man TnmniiiiH had no more control over him I him I luid. Ihll could have thrashed me quite easily 1 I knew it. "William," I said, somewhat wearily, "would you oblige mo by silting down on the seal." "Thank you," said Hill, "I'm quite cotiifiirlalile where I mn," There waa n tiller around the room at lliis remark, which was doubtlesH con sidered the very choicest of wit. "William," I said, rising, "I will havo to punish you if you don't take your scut aa you ought." IIo grinned id this absurdity and said : "Well, I gncsH you'll never havo ft belter ehuiice." 1 walked to where ho sat in hiH ele vated seat. "Hold out your hand." tie hlllghcil. I struck him a smart rap over Hit, knuckles wiih the ruler. This ho en raged him that he threw down his slale, jumped into (he nislo, mid with an onlli lliiiigoll' his coat. I relrcaleil hack to the desk mid he followed. With nil his bravado he was afraid to hit inn a siiiaro blow which would have settled the mailer there and then. He Wiih Hot afraid of me imrsoiiiilly, but I repre sented in n way tlm authority of the dis trict wiih (he embodiment," as it were, of law mid order, and Unit indefinable soinetlilng ho wiih just enough afraid of to hesitate about sinking, so he clinched me instead. Of course I quite agree with you Dial there could not he a more il.'iiioruli.ing sight for aschiHiltn see than u light between teacher mid pupil. hut tbnre it was, and I had not tune to see my way clearly out of it. EvotiUi luul followed each other Iiki ranidly. The moment ljj clincbeif, as they cuiled it, 1 felt he had made a mistake. Old memories of by -gone lights rose tip, and us they rose I elevated William on my hip and dropped him clattering on the Iloor, much to his own astonishment ami unit oi the school. "Kisn up, William," I said, "and hold out your hand.'' IIo sprung to his feet aud cried: "Vou jiiHt Iry Hint iigain." Once more we clinched, once more Iia lost his feet, ami onco more he luv u Ihnlhsir. "There, I have accommodated yon. Now oblige mo by getting up and hold ing out your hand." ThiH lime he tried to strike me, but lodged that, clasped him lovingly again, and Hung him at full lenglh. lie evi. ilently regretted Unit ho had taken oft his coat, for tho Iloor was hard. Ho nmdo for tho door, but tost time by go ing around for his discarded coat. I reached the door llrst, locked it and put tho key in my pocket. Home of the girls bad begun lo cry, and all the boys sat breathless. Bill looked Uurried aud somewhat tho worse for wear. "Hold out your hand, William,"! said, as he approached. To my aston iHhment, be held out bis hand, but he instantly thrust it liirthor and took me around tlm body, completely to my sur prise, ne raised me from the floor and only a grawvine twist around his leg saved me. We surged back and forth a momout, till 1 got my feet on the floor and instantly I hud him on tho hio om- x im, my sirengm rapidly leav. jug nm, so with a final supreme effort I Hung him without mnmw n... i.-.j t.,w r ..ii ... . . . Iloor, and there he lay while I leaned .iiinig agaiusi ine wan. As he showed uo signs of getting np, I took a dipper r wuk-u aiways stands near i in uuor m a country school-house, and threw the cold water in his face. He raised himself nnd hand on the floor, dvina nin,iio,. fashion, and seemed at a loss to know just where the discussion had left off. helped him to collect his ideas bv s ideas by say. "William, out tin orwT Tin I I snt hand " J VanleT,6:, tf-JSfe. " out T. ?' id'U,tJlng ? his 0,othe. " held rwellL'T0 to do your seat I'll . ' ' 8 ... . J"". II TOU oo to let you off eaaVtCr: ..ooa, " 1 " He felt dubiously of the back of his head to see if it was in olaoe J? "thnnlt vnn" HIK . "r.lu ,Pla. KUd thank yoa to his seat. B" gnn and went when x got back dak the .TS." J? wh' "nnd and and and my ears vw. fuu A loin ftaging a that a person feels when sinking in the water. However, I came to the surface all right, and when the school-house be came stable oDce more I noticed that the pupils were more industriously at tending to their lessons. Hucn was the intellectual statna oi trat neighborhood that I received more eon gratnlatious for my little debate with Bill Trimmins than for all the brilliant educating I did for two years after. vetroil t'rre J'rctt. THE FAT II Kit OK rKOHIBITIOX. W ay Meal Dow llra-an hia C'umimlaa nhlrk kna l.nalid Hall t enmr. Oen. N'eal Dow who has just eele- orated his 80th birthday is still verv vigorous, aud probably has loet nothing oi physical or mental strength within the past few years. Mr. Ijow was a teetotaler from early foulli. The custom of offering wine among retresliuienls at social parties in Portland was largely put down by htm and his two sisters, who, the first of all in that city, entertained their friends in large numbers without in Ion cants, Ho wo drawu into the warfare against the liquor trallie accidentally. Ilicrowusa lady well-known to Mr. Dow nnd his family, whose husband, an educated man, holding nil important public ollice, was ft dipsomaniac. This lady sent for Mr. Dow one duv and told him that her husband was away agaiu on a time. Mr. Dow went to a cerium runishop whero Mr. Blank resorted and told the rumseller the whole story, en treating him not to sell the man anv more liquor. The rumseller replied: it h my litisjiiess M se II rum. and I hftvo a license for it. I'll sell to anybody who asks for it who has tho money to pay for it. I support iuv family bv selling liquor." Mr. Dow indignantly replied: "It's your business, then, to sell mm. And you have a license for it ? You vq,Kir: your family, do you, by destroy- ! .fl... I..'., i..- i ..in ,ii, i iMT.'pien jiiuuiien r fieuveu lelping mo, I'll change all that I" Mr. Dow led Mr. I! lank homo, ami from that day commenced an active, persistent, unceasing wurfaro against the grog shops. Innumerable meetings were held all over tho Slate, in small owns and villages as well as in lartre towns and citien. everywhere denounc. ing the liquor trallie. When public opinion was prepared for tho overthrow oi grog shops, as Mr. Dow supposed. ho prepared a bill entitled "An act fn.- tho Hiippression of drinking houses and tippling shops." His friends said it was ts radical. Ho went to Augusta with hia bill in bis pocket, bad n public iio'inug in me lieprcseutatives' Hall before a joint select committee, which agreed iiiniiiiuiously t reHirt tliu bill wiinoiii change. 'J he next day Was the last one of the session. That niol.l M- Dow hud his bill printed, it wiih placed on tho desks of the inemberH early in the morning, aud on Hint day was passed through n jH atages to be enacted, nnd went into effect on its approval by the Governor, Wilhin hi'x months tho jnils in five of no counties were empty, ns well as tin houses of correction of Cumberland county. The open liquor trallin came lmmeiiuiieiy to nu end. Shooting the Alhatrosa. Jtwiwon tho Habliath. nnd wo hn.. just held our usual Sunday morning ervice; mo wind was quite moderate nnd a few albatross were sailing about in various directions, readv to wluvl down and scoop up any object that pioiniHcd them something to eat. Tin second officer thought he would do some thing smart, Went ami got Ins navy tu volver, took aim at one of the birds nnd lired. Ho did not kill, but crippled it. It gnvn a great cry of distress and fold, its wings as it invariably dis'S in tin . a , i . .... aei oi migiiinig, sitttng motionless on tlio water. I was on deck in an instant for I never like to have firearms din- charged without good reason, especially on Iho Sabbalh day. I gave the Hccond male a round scolding for wounding a bird without nny bencllt being derived, nun sei,eu my marine glasses to see what the bird would do. He was making violent ellorte to tly, but. the wound rendered him powerless. Then hu would hsik round with hia half human eyes with such a hurt, startled or surprised limn nun miuio nun nimcar as pitiful ns n l.;i.l '11 I I ;. ... . inn. i. Aiini ouo in ma mines dis covered him mid came fo his aid, nnd swam round nnd round him In n verv dihtressed way, iiiipareiilly Irving to liml oui wnai was iii niatter. Jn a few seconds another came circling down out oi hid say wiih n loud scream and it bv 1 : . : 1 i, . . . . ins sine, men another came swooping irom inr nwav mid wheeled round am round the group, giving the Hhipnsuspi- ciiiiih iook. it t i j, . i , i jM'iuro ioiik too who o hock were in closo consultation, some living, some swimming. One would start mid liy n ntllo way, then, ns though it had for gotten Homething. would llv hack. Then another would shirt iut though it luul nu errand to perform, but, reluctant to leave its wounded friend, would go back to his side again. The wind was liidit at tho time, and tho ship was forging ahead slowly. The last distinct look 1 had at the birds showed me that they wero nil in ereat dislrcsH. and rvino the ship as though hIio wero a monster thnt iiihi oaiiHed nil of this trouble. "Great naughty, wicked ship to come and wantonly shoot an innocent bird that never did a mito of harm iu the world," iiifj neeiuuil lo say. JVENNKUKf'KKIt, What Made Him Hnto Cnrds. No, it wasn't poker thnt made me nine cams, said a mini wim l.,l better days, "but a nuiut Minn of seven-tip. Shortly after tho closo of Iho war my partner and myself had a ni unco in I'luhidelphia aud worn doinir n lug business. We luul a lml.it ud. niiHiiifsH was sinck of sitting down iu the ofllce and playing a game of oM siedgo for the beer or etgarH. I used to drum beer m those dnys, but I quit it long ngo. One day he and I and a man who worked for ns were plnying a game for tho cigars three for a quarter. It was very close, and at the end of it I had it in my power to give the gnme to either of them. I thought mv partner could stand it better than tho fellow who was working on a salary, nnd so I stuck him. "Well, sir, ho got mod and abnsed me o that I got moil and chucked the cards into the stove. That mndn him madder still, and before night we had dissolved partnership, I paying him a big bonus to get out. Then he wont and rented a place next door and started in oppoei tion to mo and wo went to mnnino naoh other, ne thought he could run me out and 1 thought I could run him out, and we kept thinking so nutil we both went broke. The sheriff sold me out -didn't even bate the mermaid left. 1 haven't played a card since that game in Philadelphia. Thery're altogether too expensive luxury'. Lout Sun. i ft.?01 ?h4t we earn bit M we mo, that makes tu rich. IMPATIENT GOLD HUNTERS MOTLEY TFIHONn WAITIMfl FOB TIIK SNOW TO.UKI.T l!i IDAHO. Ilrrama l Forlan ikal Make l Fnre Kvrrx llnrd.lilp.OTprlapplnat Inlinnlhal Alar I .fad I HlM4ahc4 la Ike Mprlni. A letter from the reported newly dis covered gold fields of Idaho says: Such a motley procession as bos been ponring into this and neighboring cumos ull win ter was never seen la-fore in all the long history of mining excitements. The hungry, half-naked, and ragged, as well as the well-to-do, have leen coming in a steady stream, enduring hardships which nover can be adequately described, and surmounting obstacles which might well be regarded as insuperable. Nothing but prospective riches could have induced these men lo undergo the tortures which they have experienced aud must still ex)crieiice in this most uninviting of all climes. Tho dreary days and nlghu passed on the foot trail over mounluius and through narrow dc files and gorges are hardly moro terriblo than the every -day excrience of the ad venturers who have already reached the gonl. There are thirty or forty nulo cabins hero, each containing but one big room, with no windows, boles iu the Hides serving for purfsisps of light and venti lation, aud ou the Doors of these struc tures the population, wraped in bluuk els, sleeps and dreams of wealth. The visions tho dreamers behold in their uneasy slumbers may best be judged from the air castles which they build in their waking hours, rucked in these hutH like sardines, shoulder to shoulder, sometimes thirty or forty or fifty of them on one Iloor, tho men. whom neither Arctio snows or Alnino terrors could dismay, sleep nightly ns uncomplainingly as though supplied with all the comforts of the completcst home. It is a dreary thing waiting for the snows to melt, revealing what every mnn In-lieves will prove tho richest eolil deposit on the continent. Every few days there is a fresh full of two or three inches, which is not much when it is considered that tho old snow is from live to seven feet deep on tho level, mid ill some places three times ns deep, but which is discouraging, nevertheless. When the sun shines and n warm wind rs, every ono is confident that the thaw is about to begin, but all know thnt there can bo no thaw in this country be fore May. Men grown weary of waiting set out early in the morning 'determined to overcome tho obstacles which winter has thrown in their way, but, after hours of labor with pick nnd shovel have demonstrated that the ramparts f,f i,.0 Hint hiiow arc practically impregnable, they beat a sullen retreat. Thnro are mcu hero with money, and it in a fortunate thing for ninny a poor iciiow nun mere are. rtcorca of played out refugees, Home of them hard men, some merely unfortunate, and many luckless, half crazed, misfortune-smitten adventurers, who have mado the rounds of all the campH only to bo forced by starvation to keep on tho move, nro here. They have no money, mid mo?t of them have no clothing suitable for this climate. How they managed to get hero at nil is n mystery. Nothing so elenrly shows the unthinking nnd iinrea soiling imtitro of these great mining ex citements ns the blind fatuity of such characters. The thought thnt after all the hardships on the trail they might reach the promised Inn. only t'o slat ve or freeze to death never teema to have entered their bends. They come strag frling iu with no moro baggage lhau ii Tennessee trnmp carries in midsummer, out nt knees mnl elbows, suhpieiiuisly thill lit the waist, nnd with leatiins pinched and blixten d by the cold. Thero may bo future United' States Senators and millionaires among them, but it does not look so now. Koine of them havo been rich mice, twice, or threo limes, and most of them have friem's and relatives at the Ive-t who know iu a vnguo sort of way that they nre "out West." They are after fortunes of fu'iu lima proportions, and expect to tlnd I hem some day all in a lump without uiuch exertion. There are no stopping places on Iho terrible Trout Creek foot trail, and when men with no supplies except Iho few crnsls they carry in their pockets start out on that well-hiateii path they musk keep moving day and iih.'lit until their destination has been readied. One im. pecuniotiH but ingenious fellow wiih a fondness for warming himself, and with a large stock of matches on l.mwl stopped every few miles mid built him s lf a tire. Others coming after him found the enils'is, mid, putting fresh fuel on, renewed lh blaze. These fires have now been htmiinc alone- il. ir,.,i for weeks. Iiouinl, irrived nt in the niattir, bill every man cotistilling his own iutrnst. This fact better than anything else will show tho incessant nature of the movement to ward tho Our d'AliM-es. Tlio fire.i guide the priHvssion by day, and at night they illuminate the lonely moun tains fur miles around. These impccuuioiH fortune hunters must work or starve, nnd ns Micro is plenty of mouny here for tho develop ment of the camp, they llnd remuueru live employment ns wood ruopMrn and buildem. Many of 4hem aro weak and sickly, and the axes which they swing seem in their bony lunula inslniments with which they nro unfamiliar; but they toil on uncomplainingly. They would regard such eniolovment nt tin. Kast as humiliating beyond measure; but hero it is merely incidental to the exten sive mmingoieriilioiis which they nro nil carrying on in their minds. More than one oi these hnlf-elad pmuceni will r. eeive a minors burial before the buows uisapponr. ihe saloons, all with gambling attneh. ments. are rnnnini? full l.l.i .u ..! "Bui. Utilized ike tho rest of tlm buildings here for sleeninc min-mana nft night, the men who stretch their wenrv ImillM en 1. 1 1 ... . so iu utter disregard of the presence of drinkers and gamblers. As tho mVi.t i-M llie IMIlir.lS III I in Millrlrmu .1,, wanes, and the crnwilu nt n.o I .i.. board tables diminiidi il, gradually encroach iqioii the remaining (qwe, until finally the restless spirits, who nre ucvor readv .nit .... polled to continue Uieir cftrousala or gnrues over tho bodies of the sleepers on (ho floor. Anyplnee which has a i-oof to shelter it from the inclemency of the night is good enongh to sleep in, and fortunate is he who n,iu. ..i..i . .1 , ,ii,un inn ai- ready occupied, no matter where it mnv 00 siiunted. Ihis entire sectinn h into claims time and again during the Winter. And nhnn M hero is g(ng lo be ,lie ljvtjlj(1(t kind o imiting over the various locntinn. t numerous eases olnim. armed men, and auv attempt at en- 1,ment ould result in hostilitie. at once; but all over tho supposed gold f, iPh ' a0thbr untiI 'uextricablecon dentil The extraordinary They wero ITarm Friends. . One day Lewis Gaylord Clark was hard at work on his pet department of the Knickerbocker "The Editor's Table," when a stranger opened the door and entered unannounced. He was a large mnn, whose thick boots and modest raiment were covered with country dust "Hello, Clnrk," he said, "how air yon ? How's the folks ? Wot's new ?" Clark, who waa the pink of courtesy, arose, bowed stiffly, and begged the stranger to be seated. "Wal, old feller, how'er yer bin? Look rnyther yaller 'bout the dewlaps. Not bin liistin too much peppermint, I hopo, eh ?" "Sir," answered Clark with dignity, "mny I inquire whom I have ' "How's Clara and the young folks ?" "Sir I ?" All the time the stranger woe pro pounding these kindly inquiries, be was edging his chair bit by bit closer and closer to Mr. Clark, who, beginning to got quite nervous, was vainly trying to keep his diatance by the same "system of tactics. "Well, Old Hoss, I'm mighty glad to ee yer. Oivo na a grip of yer potato rake" extending his own hand oor dially, and then bringing it down with a thump, ou tho writing table, which made the pens aud ink and all the little articles of virtu jump again. Here the stranger threw himself bock in the chair, and raising one of bis huge dusty boota laid it confidingly on Clark's' Knee, flesh and blood, even Lewis Gaylord Clark's gentle flesh and blood, could not stand this, so rising quickly to his feet, aud dropping the stranger's hoof to the floor with a crash like that of a Saratoga truuk from the hands of a bnggage-Hmosber, he drew himself up with digmllcd severity and snid : "Sir, I have not the pleiisuro of your acquaintance, and must therefore beg you to leavo my house, as both my priv acy and my time are of vnltio to me." Again Ihe stranger threw himself back In his chair, nnd laughing henrtily, ex claimed : "Excuse me, Mr. Clark, but I am John G. Suxe. 1 thought we had known each other long enough by cor respondence, mid ought to make each other's acquaintance personally, so I havo just taken a run down the river to see you." hen Clark had recovered from bia first astonishment he shook his old con tributor cordially by tho hnnd, and tra dition sailh they remained warm friends till tho day of Clark's death, ItcconiiiipiKlliig a l'inno, Trcvious to entering upon his present .'ailing Sir. I'fnfllin wnii a locomotive engineer. When the Indy renehed the store she bad tho good fortuno to find Mr. I'falllin in, nnd sho naked his judg tnent on the style and brand of a piano. Hint Ucpeuils upon your tnste, madam, said he. "If yon want to combine elegnnoo with utility I would SHggest tho old-lnshioned suunro niano It niiHwers f,,r .rrr,i ili ' J t answers for nn ornament, makes mil- Pic, and can lm used for a dining table nnd a bed when you hnve company, J Ins kind of an instrument should not "?r"oml,n' vinues, nml tlie chnngo must ls be selected for a snuill rnb liecmiso it F'" ""'I'T tho otnlp to lie ,.f iMTinnnent nnd doesn't lenve r-sim for llring "Vy j ttff fflt e'x.XSy0 make just aa much steam as the up-! resells: but it Is after the liest n-llned nrticln right, but, owing to the position of the ! 'j"" im"n 'hemicnlly fronted, and completely burp, they let down in tho flues much' "!',"f that it is in prniicr conditio,, for m,,'u. !(-;.. . he toilet and receives tho name nfCnrlmlinn .-uHear mo" Zr wnnt a perfect working, handsome ma- mncliine, take tho upright. It is narrow gauge, bung h,w 011 tho trucks, and has ull the modern improvement, including patent brake and snow plow. The run ning lioaril is the same size of tho square, nnd she enrrics just ns much steam, l'oii can work It in small snncn nnd get m much sound out of it could with tho old-fashioned stenmlloat as yon wnistie. iter woodwork is as neat as a Pullman sleeper, and if yon keep her well packed nnd oiled she works as slick ns old Hevetitv-foiir. I hnve run oue lor nvo years. States and Territories. Aeeordinp to the lust eensns the totnl nrca of the United States nnd tho terri torics, not including Alaska, is 2.5170.000 siiuire miles. Of the Stales, Texas has the largest nrcn, S.,C2,!i,J(t sqtiaro miles, nnd Uhodo Island the smallest, 1,085 eqiinro niilca, so that tho former would make 211 of tho latter, nml havo Hon square miles over. Of tho territories, Dakota is the largest, having 117,700 squnre milea, and Washington is the sniullest, with only fi(i,8H0 squaro miles, but yet fil times the size of llkode Island; but Rhode Island is ahead of all others in density of population, having 201 persons to the square mile. New Yoim, rnimtiiiR t,e ,-itiis on iti sides, ha over 2,e00,IM)U of population, Mullein Vs. 'oi1 Liver (III. TIT. Quillian, tho leading authnrity of Oreat Ilritaiu on Iiiiir diaenw a, says, while "one of his paiienta caiii'd only seven puuiida by tho ue of tod I.iver Oil, idie Rnined over thirteen bv Ihe imo of Mullein. The old field Mull in made into alia and coinhntd with Kuril finm presents 111 Taylor's I'hrrokec ltemedr of Hneet fuiiii and Mullein, 1 plcanant and fleetive curs tor Croup, Whniipnii; Couph, folds and Con juiniuion. I'rirc 25ct and tl.00. This wiih Dr. birders' rioiithcrn lleniedv, an equally efft racmiis remedy for (.'rainp-Oolic, Diarrhoa, n.vB'ntery, and children aufTeriiiK from the e fteeta of teetlunR presents a little Minima Chest no liniiKeliold should be without, for tho ! iij n-iiei 01 sun, leu anU ilaiineioiis attacka of the Iuiirh and bowcln. Auk vonr dniRL-isi for them. Manufactured hy Walter A. Taylor, Atlanta, On., proprietor Taylor's l'rcmium Cologne. Work on the Jeisey City end nf tho Hudson Itiver tunnel will noon be resinned. Tlio secret of llie laren and constant sales of iii. 1 uiKiiam s jeReiai.lo Conipound probably Ik'h in llie fact that whereas tliero aro many "Hitters" and "Tonios'' of equal value, be it more or less, tho VeRetablo Louipound ia ao completely superior to all other preparations ppci'itically recommended for tbn i, ..,.,! ,.i louieii wiai 11 nas practically no rivals. K.fi,l!)9 peraoni emiKrate,l from Ocrmanv, v wuneu diawb, nn year, A llrUaral fa Mi... Jlr. Ifnacf. Chapman, druggi t, Newburg, Y" writ''8 u ' '' 1 huve for the pirf ten years anld several gross of Dr. YVm. Hall's naiNiin ror tne Lungs. I can sny of it what r"onoi a ly or any other medicine. I have never heard a customer speak of it but to praise us Tiriue In the highest manner. I have recommended it ina treat man r.. of whooping cough, with the happiest effect 1 havo used it in my own family or manr years ; in fact, nUays have a bottle In the medicine closet," RnnxRT yViiM had just retired to bed when the wind struck his home at Rocking ham. N. C. Hia clothintf lv linnn m 0V1 i nnd in his yest wns a gold watch. He was mown oul into me garden, and his watch wns found hanclnz by the chain in H, ,, a high tree near by. It was still going-. Thi Misaisainni Senate naaaail a Kin fn. ,u. formal trial of habitual drunkards. Wlea! PH..' WIefc rears' standing. No one need suffer It absorbs tuniors. all.v. oki "".u""men- lice, give inatent relief. PtnlT" PUea itching of privat. i part, PmI?i Jn,'r Fraiior Had. Co.. ClsraiaVi b. tot h FOR CURING CHILLS. AND FEVER and' . Removing the Distressing Effect; of Malaria; ' AVER'S ACUE CURE HAS BEEN FOUND 80 NEARLY INFALLIBLE, THAT We Authorize Dealers to Return the Money, If the medicine is token according to directions, without benefiting the patient ritETAItED BY DR. J. C. AYER A CO., Analytical Chemists, LOWELL, mass 6old by all Druggl"". Price f 1, tlx battles for 93 The expenditures on rnsils in the Yellow stone Park thnt year will be (210,1X10. V Mlionlit llrlii On Anmlirr. Mr. Korinnu Hunt, of Ho. 1W ('lies1 nut street, Springfield, .Mass., writes April 10, ISKt, saying: "Having the nlTIiclion canned by kidney and liver diwa-ei. nnd after enduring the nrliH", fains, wmikiic! and depression Inci dent thereto until liody and roul were nearly distracted, 1 sought for relief nnd a euro from niy trouble, and wns to!d bv a friend who had been cured by It himself, that tho best and only sure cure was Hunt's llemedy, and upon hia recommendation I commenced taking it, and the first lew doses improve! my condition in a very marked manner, nnd a continuance of its tire has jic-tilled nil that my friends claimed for It thit it wa n Hire and permanent run for all dii-ense of the kidneys nnd liver, rievcral of my friends in Sprinnlield have used It with the most gratifying result, and 1 feel it my duty as well ns a pleasure to nir to recommend Hunt's Itemed)- in the highest p wiUo tci im." Mnnnfnrinrrr'n Tevllmniir. Mr. II. W. Payne, niniiulnctiirur of har ness saddlery, trunks, valises, etc., .o. 4m Main street, Hiiringllrld, Slnw., writes us : unilir ilate of April o, IsM: I "(lentleim n I have used Hunt's Ttcmedv, 1 the b 't. medicine for (linens of the kidnevs, liver, bladder nnd urii nry orcai s, nnd have J reco.vel great U nelit to my health from its use, and I find that it wi l do just what is dunned for it; it will cure dix-ai-e nnd r ttorn In nltli. I thernforo pronouncii it, the best ineilicinc Hint I have ever ucd." Ilnalon nnd Alliniiy Kallroiiil. A'lKTt Holt, Imuj., pnymasler Hostnn nnd Albnny railrond, nt Springfield. Mass., writes April B.I, "I liavo iimmI Hunt's H el.v, mid my experience with it has been such that I enn chcrfully Miy that I am satii-fled thnt It will do just w lint it promises to do, if used according to directions." Dakota's new cspitul, nt llinmarck, will be ready fi r o?riipancy Juno 1. A WOXDERFLL IWSrOTKRT, Aa Article Hint W 111 MnUe (lie Bnlil ni , limy Rrjniie. Mnny of the hair dirwint's of thednv m " KlllSnVSiZd'i S" 2 excellent, but the great moss nf the stuffs sold tho oriKinnl inlor. nrn mem humbugs, while u fmr Rre neniicimis in their effects nmn 1 le "'"'P n,d hnir. Thefallingout of thelmir, . ,n,-c",nl'"".'' of dandniir, and the pre- tnatnrv chnnge in color nre all evidences of n diwnwd condition of tho scalp and the glands which nourish thelmir. Tonrirstthesecnusos 'he article iw-d must p'wsess medical ns well ' M Jfe'.t H,e cffi.ts of 00! olMcrved: it government oftli-er having notiil that a r- inuii-iii-iuieii wrvnntnr nn, wiien trim ming the lnnin, hnd a habit of wirilng bis nil liesmearwl bands in his sennty locks, nnd the result was, in a few months, n much finer hend of black, flossy hair than he ever had Iu T' 1 he nl1 wns irini m h"rscs and cattle that hnd lost their hnirfi-oincntllcplngucnnd the results wero marvelous. The manes nnd tnils of horses, which had fnll, n nut M'om j exiuuVn'ts' rThVraliMZ tlio world C completely restored in n few weeks. 'These no one in civili-d society could tolerate tho use. nf refined iietroleinii as n dressing; for tho mn. mn. win kkiii ot nnoor our chemists linn ovorconio the dillicultv, and he hnx siiccccil,l in perfecting CarMiiic.ivndcrmg it ns dainty s tho famous can do colngun, Exerimctits on tho human hair nnd skin wero attended with the mnst astonishing results. A few aii plicntions,where the hair was thin and fulling, gave remarkable tone and vigor to the scaTp nnd thelmir. Kvery particle of daiidruirdisai! iears on the llrst or second dressing, all eutn neous disease of theskin nnd sonlparo rapiilly and pennnnently healed, and the liquid seems to penetrate to the root of the linir nl once It Is well known that the most beautiful colors nre made from is troleimi, and hy some mys terious oieiation of nature the use of thisnrti cle griiduallv impaiis a iKniitiful lij:ht brown color to the hair.which bv continued usedeen ens to black, l'ho colm- remains permanent, nml tho change is so gradual thnt Urn most Intimate friends can scarcely detect its pro tress. In a word, it is the most wonderful discovery of tho ago, nnd well calculated to make the prematurely bald and gray rejoice. Carboluio is put up in a neat and attractive manner and sold by all dealers in drugs nnd medicines. Price ono dollar a bottle. Ken nedy & Co., Pittsburg, I n., general agents for tha United States and Cunadns. ne auvise our readers to give it a trial, reeling satisfied that one application will von, mm mem or iut wonderful effects. AusTiur.ta could furnish 4 no. nun mn fmm 10 tu, capauio or bearing anna. The Indinn of falcon dance nm! it, ing, the theme of t in hiiii'liinir l,iin,i i , ii ,.ii uiii uiey iiiscovcreu, now made into ui'lmline, the ntural Hair liestoror l-..l.An. I .1 " . ""b"u", tv 111 uvo loruvur. The mamilae tureof rope from asbestos has Become a laige inuustry In Kngland, Lesdinj rbyticiaos, Eminent Divines all who try it, endoisea Samaritan Xcnint. A lazy policeman, like a good piece of clolh. 1 known by hia nan. ' Dr. L, M. O. McPheotnn, B'oomiogtoa Ind., writes: 'Snmaritnn Nervine caret fits,' London- covers 700 sqnaro miles, has 700.000 ,..nLB, nllu u,uuu,Lnm iiinaoiianis, The short, hacking cough, which loads to .mipuuiniuii, in cuieu y 1'iso a Curo, tinu e. rixKnii'u ia apo:i:iticu51 Tor Famole Conplalnta and eakneaaes ao comtuon to HFkMdfM.I. 1 .1 It win eon antini ta . r ,. aUU.ta.all OyarlM treoblM, Innammatloa and Cloera, M"'al,wi!9,1.r'',,i'!,'lll,t ""nanl Kofutk"' " l"c"lrly adapua to Ua K1 T "luTZt l.V1 ."!X:n nf nn In an Bon. That faaif. iKSS j" "P""0" and Ind re a mi aruftjlKCa j?.lF.9.TE,s Original METHODS ULU HhV"we'"wwitiioatdo. nil nri! SS J"r?"etnorflaaai B 11 PT R F C,r' ""b0' operation nXMUJib or nn,(ortabIatraa. OF rM M m IV tboat-nttlrt: Bar huiiiiv iirniiirr. ere mmm niinnuaS'1 "'lonaltreatiueDtf FIto CHRONIC D" f ii id.-5";pi'itv 7 "Va I Uao tailed "Inturabla." lC.eC.J illjessDr. i. B. foori. Boi TU, N. T. Oty. sinus, aliU AiV.if18'Vit0( Dance. ftTHEGREATfl 'Off, 8yphmtt, NERVE f It 3, Ugly Blood Diseases, Dmpa J LLI-l..ll.'.l-1-l-l-L'"'' -v tie, XervoiiEiicti, LCOMUUHHOHl!'' 1 1 1 r" n c 0 libcamittlin Xcrmiu W'mtimn, lirain Wnrrv. ,W llillousness, Cosdnwm, Nervoiis Proftratl kidney 2 rouble nml I trrijuhriUn. $1.50 ,, enmtile Tc.ihfioiiliil.. MDinrltnii Nervine in duiiiu inniilcrf." ... . ",r;. - "-Mehenmln. AldBtlrliTCitT.All, "I feci It Uiv iluijr to reroinmrml jt." .,t. , ? I-s'n-'lilin.Clvde.Kiim "It CDKil where phynk-inuiiraiM." Itcv. J. A. liilip. Heater, Pi. Arr rnirespondcnee freely mmwirrd.-ii The Or. 8. A. Richmond Mad, Co., St. Joseph, FoTtestlmonlalauiitelrruhra ml unm, It DrmtgUta. CM. CrlllciiUin, tiiin, k. j, xx.-cautioimxx: as blue flannel garments: OfluDarlor Quality ortioedi i araxiM al Ilia "fftiiiino MM.IIfifx." whkH iniwl' inatiir tint mill, Tu liiriiiicix t:omi.iiiir,lnoMr In ,irol0ut ltiir ciltonier anl Ilia ptiMir rvf noilra I nUir.llir all eioili.nf m.,1. frnni Till: MlllllU hKt STAM)RI INIlliio Ul.rK FUS'.SKU AND VACIIT el.OTHS-ilol.1 by all Irnllnc elMhwn.mall liMrOia "SW.K lUNiiKftg." ,'iimiilinl or UiAtUua AfVUUloaU liartivlurUeiliiu tl;ei,-uoUs. V1-NDELL, FAY & CO., PKM.iNu Aoe.Nis, Minnt.rsex eosrAirr, aii.l e W.Tih s, . it v.irk: at rmr.HialU . BuiWUi l4ClnlLuHjL,VLildcli,lii' AAAAA PRtcesn WARnSNTtD tOvUav M.1, PRDMIHCHT AMCRIM oiKfiLiiiTTtir'EifTfiaoi.sw.awccnaewui 'Jlo Speculators. R. liiidlilom & Co., . I. G. Killer & fiu (Vtrnmince, Clttno. Npw Vortt. Grain and Provision Brokers MmbM of ll prominent Prinr Kienocai Itvw trrk, ('birain, hi, Ih-uI inl M1H.11U Wn btv eicitmirn jtrir t- tfliKrap1! win bHfn Chir!!(o ni NtT Yrk. Will p.rcut itnJr tt intlm-nt whia rqut4it. Sn't fur ctr.-tiUni MWi lus pMlmnUr-, Ilo.il. LINDHLUM A I 0., (Jbiemt CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. -iinif. win nynrii'.'iTiM.. 5 GOOD NEWS TO LADIES! 4irfa(e't ii.iiiiium'i.tsetrf at frrrd. Nov? 'i your I m ' t ft uf or-m(or uur i-frtttr td Trni ni') 'nliVra.riri'l wciirftkMoii ft;M'.fl Hfiiiil or MuMKi 'iiint fiiM Ttan1 Wrif ftfifse tnnner'Sft, i rill IInl Am lJt-4 r ttf.l ' . Sft. l' r h:'l nuMirnlfti rli1rf Till-: MM.AT A.HI KK AN ., ., T. Iii vl. M nn1 :u Vm j M., 4fit Vurjt 1 hnTi n pDH-tiro rfni"tiy fnrllin ulinv di-u'ttfl; bf Hi " tlt' iifl'nit mF ca oi: of t!i w Tit ktn . iti-l of lfil Unii'lunt li.no trtn fitrcl. liii' i), i-t'.iropg i. mvftiiK in iU(.i:Mcy, lli.t Hill vnl T"o Co IT I. r'KHR, iitt!.-rwitlin VAI.l'AHI.K Tr.hA'l - n luidi u.im', nny i:IT.r--. I.tve Ktpy,-ss :.n I 1. t .vldnei, lK. T. A. M.OI'L'.M, l-l iVftrUn.. Nr York. WILBOH'S COMPOUKfl OP PURE COD LIVER rtTT A -KTTi T TTWCt f. .uiii jxuv Jjiriu. A To One nml All. -A re oil aiiflVrlM Irom n C'i'iKli, Iv.iM, AIIiiiik, llrniiuli-, or itny nl Ilia vnriia rmlni'umrr tr,u1.ln Mi -t Rotil-fii fn-l in C.ini"iimvti'mri Im, una "Wllli-ir'H Pur- Ciil-LltiT Oil n'l l.i, a mfnarirt Riirn retrtMlr. Tliia ! no nwV iirKiimmlwn, linl is rnxKrriliml liy I tin mntl.ml fnruli y. MinuM"ii ! nf A. u, Uilu.ui, Climnix, Umilnn. boVllij slulrninnu., 30 DAYS' TRIAL5 Tpt.K'-Tno VOl.TAlO BFLT and othr T'.tmlt J A l-a-l i an- nrr nt on jti ' Tnl TO Ml O.VI.V, VOI'Nll OH ot,l. who am i-l.nni Ima ftayoca Daan.nv, Iit Vitauii, jTa "faasaaara. and ail k'n'tial d.uni-i. Rmo nv I'M and cnmpUte r-mnrmidn to IISaltH, Vihor and MAMiiinii liinnAs rrr.D. Bud at onoa lor HluilrUi4 1'amiililal Im. Addrraa Yoltaio Mt Co,, Marshall. Mich. SOLID SILVER STFM WINDIN3 FULL JEWELLED GENTS' SIZE 1 WATCH FOR $12.63. .rt'M.Y IJl'ARANTKKK. T!il.ofT-rmJi1f darn onlj. (i,, mt , , ,,lpaM c. 0. !., .utl'ClW Ui.iaeUon bttore purthimui:. J. I. STKViiNsi oVCO.,Jeiyelan, Atlniila. (la-j Mme. I. LANGE'S Lady's Protector and Supporter. HMIc, l5i I.inen. W PFMITTASi-K WITH ORPU. SENT BY MAIL. Kund for l)cridlrl1roii 7C4 Broadway, N.I. Ciiy. .iL'LW-'jUIOi ixaas Hk.i.D In iM.rul H.h.. W.4. .MM Ik. ImIPIbIm Mk. Will m, hu, , ""t'h"' I., a. r. sane a in., .r-'- 'V'w PENSIONS to Boldlaraand ItKlre. Haadftaal Mr UirouUr.. ( OI,. I,. IlA.ll, Au'r. WMUioau." ni.'RItD l.TMKKHWltH'8'1 Fur PDiphltt, proot.annwtnwv adilma in aonfldanr. wiih OT. P., Atlanta, Gooraia. MILLERS and: FARMERS Send for new eatalomie of our J Wheels and Mllliiiar MnHilnery. Mj plastandeheaiwatlntheniaraeuwrlw iisheforebiiylna;. A.A.oeLoacli Bii , auTMapUoa ibis paper. Atlanta, U- A vt NTS WANT. nJJi5t't2S5 Oil K. F. OlETKRIt'lIH. tlevalaa-i AOBTSI WATltD fir tha hw and !.--; Int Pintorial Uk ud Bibln. I'rioa. rolnw1 Batooat. NatiosaI. Pnauagli.0 Oo . A'Uan. I n 1 TrilTO 5""d ttnip tor nnr lw Boc" S W I Ull I U .oi Uwxor, WadiinaUin, 0. 0. , y i Una Penmnhlp diirinf P 'A lurninnd llli.ltlhS,nirua Jl CollCIT.land.O.CireiiUni(n rilrnrOtMwiiiivw-TnV'aemini GIN aAWriLSK. a.otb;SAlU .A;l MaU bj W.tawtui, umi.rilH.CL I. n aamplaa larwa pretty ehreno rawan), mwrlt, nsM S4U diploma, birtbdar lhanilabip, fift and asbo-Jt aarda, Uo. Prica hit fraa. FinaArtOc.. Wrrta,ga Krrxsrttnzritmro'riftn on it I Faoor woi at Uulr homes, la any of f'S and ixa ( to (12 pw Mk, miilnf .xi' f ftprlaw and Sammar mda, 8od 1 5c. for Ma;1 Mrticalara. Hadaoa Hit. Co.. Ml Siitb Aw,. Ji 6 jCEJ''J PAIGE jSCK!f2s. OfAHIta 6t3t -IW WW A tit llMIII,mHI, u...4I)