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i1' If hi 'Ml h 1 tarre Evening Telegram, Prime. I i!;iiv (except Siindiiy) by The Earre Press Co., i:ai:i:i:, - - yr, , H. C. WHITAKEfl, Editor, C. A. ROSS, Managor. THE ROAD. I'ray, whither lends the road, fair heart! Buy, whither leads the road? Across ii rill, around a hill, reside a dell where rivers start, Wl bt'iKllnK nut trees died their load. (Hi, hiT lends the road, dear heart, O'i, thither leads the roadl A SINGULAR PEOPLE. DDD SPECIMENS OF HUMANITY ARE RAMAPO MOUNTAINEERS. One iiiniilli, One cur. -IMtli-cla ill the l, -s IJi.it I . f. t Olliec tit liiltTO. 't. What mutter where the road may lead, nu ui.m and i TOKetnor go. I Companionship is all our need, Division all our woe. 1 cent I 1't cents ! Tll(l I'1"0 trc" on yonder hill (in I . Fop Tt'"rs ima wtched tho passerby. ""! Ti'hen he is dust, wo shall bo still j.oKotniT, thou and I. JJoslon tin, I iu- England seaport 1 aviis Im-Mli e;i.-y ;i'.'iin, for tlio.su r 1 ortcd war ships were only coaler ji ml ti 111;'. i lie v UDIlll 1 1. 1 J J h el' wliu licljlcil res cue Kvangeliiia ( 'in, 'ores will soon have Ihal bravo : irl for his brhlo ami all the land w ill V jsll liielll joy. Ami Col. F; pillaul, father in Old "" i j-i-i u i:i il (Irani, g received a Time illanl son of a glad welcome Ii-iii "real I changes and 1 1 1 : ,s is won of them. I!.v til! means let llnrre have a, Fourlli ( f July eeleliralion. Wo shall lc lone some enough, ;iiihv:iv, with nearlv lull ol our hrave lads gone from our homos, iin.l in their honor lei us show our love f i.-ounln on that day (is never before. It has been MiggeMed thai the laying' of Lie corner . -lone of Ihe new city builil-i.i.-' might lake ,laee on that day and make it a gala day for Ihe (iranite Citv. How hushed the nfternonnl I daro Not whisper love, but Rend the thought In speechless message. All the air In silence tjirall is caught. I Oh, these aro Ood reared tjces! How Roft The wind dreania round their tall heads creep! Tho drowsy lenvoa that dozo aloft riiir liko a child in sleep. Young autumn's flro begins to burn Tho brands to hurl at winter's brow. Tho sun wooed loaves sigh low and turn u ci unsoii on ino nougn. Pray, whither leads the road, fair heart f Bay, whither loads tho roadf Across a rill, around a hill, Hl.'ifll IL .lf.ll U'ltnt-a ln.. Where bending nut trees shed their load. Oh, thither leads tho road, my heart, Oh, thither leads the road I John Albei t Maey In Chnp Book. AN ANIMATED PICTURE. She I Ins war wa- n ported lo be in the hilcreM of Marvin-; ( 'nouns, but so far il eiijiears lo lie in the inierest of delay. o are nol skilled warriors and are nol liil'orined as lo lhl; methods which tin; r 'verninenl have adopted regarding' the movement of troops, J in t the war has been in progress one month ami yet the' ( niiaiis have not ivecivril a si I.. I..,i load of food. How long, Mr. .McKinlev? i'i ' i' , must a::d of h, a ! bricks, and of of handsome tin and Irani",!, lie a love v sImi.'S. a:ri of in!:l. solid willb -r.s hands miely must; even love .ii me new jiiati rial, wrought and u mm and sic , lVr jt, ,.r,..lt .Ulll .'el only panJy known cupahilith one :s a k, d by a wul,l ,e Mintcnf i;,l arrhi'i etii:v a'lont hi.s (the suioeill. sj eliaiie. S of rue; iHi;g !ls ' nm or, it is vi ry good to liiid out unat nis proclivities are and whetb i i tie is imivly inn rested in fine art .ma Hfizeii wiih tho id, it tbat archi tecture in an iusy, ,, .)rt tn Hta(Jy nml i.j iiiiicwco. iho nrchiteet l,- ti, . 1 - ri , . . , v iiiu 4uuniea 3f '-'' B""um uni lliem witli easier curi- fH f 0fil'y. J-Uo cleavage of stano and its an- pearanee m its natural bed mioulrt be not only u delight to him, but nu object of eloso (itii'l.y. Tho architect should lovo the lumber yard, not to say tho forest. To him tho timber in itself slnuddboa thing delightful to study mid its possible uses delightful to con teiniilitto. The architect should lovo tho imeKyaril, mid experiments in cements ano in mortars should bo bis holiday amusement. And, finally, tho architect must have such an eye and sucdi a roundness of judgment that had work cannot escape him. A familiarity with delaiis not uuliku that of a good master hnildi r he must combino with a knowl edge of principles and of possibilities far beyond that of tho master builder, no that good work willi-como to his buildmgsas of inevitable, sequence, and bad or even f lighted work will bo im poKiiblu in them. At Least the Other Women Said Wanted to lie Stared At. This frivl hnrl Mm ninU l.t. I pretty lips before eho steppfid aboard tho car at tho corner of Eleventh and F streets. Tho nickel was probably part of her shopping change, Her hands and arms were filled with bundles and pack ages, and sho had no doubt converted her inviting mouth into a car fare re ceptable beforo leaving tho last em porium she visited. Even after she 1'Olinil 11 unnt. elm itinrln k UVI X1JUVU IU I U" move tue nickel from Its onviablo lode incut. Sho was too busy counting her paekagos and bundles, r.n' - - ' " - MUU UUkl luaii auy, prooamy. Tho conductor as the girl got aboard uuu seowiea wnen no observed the nickel resting between hor pearly teeth, for conductors are prosaic With tho coin still snowing its shiny rim between her lips a dolightful effect of silver and coral in combination the cirl lonltsrl up wiusomely in the eves of tho nn ductor when he approached her for her iaru. xno conductor Held out his baud with a pretty short, "Fare, miss!" Tho girl very carefully set each and every ono of her bundles and packages in the spaco beside hor, smiling vaguely mo wiiiie. wnen botn of her hands wero freo, sho drew a tiny, spotless lace handkerchief from the lizard skin bag hanging from her girdle Then she took tho 5 cent piece from between her lips, wiped and polished it carefully with tho handkerchief and, with the prettiest grimace in tho world, dropped it illtl) tho now nnnlnnntin nanr nt 1, conductor. Tho oouductor smiled, and so did all of tho man passencers on the Tho WOIUaU naHSeninrs innpninrwl fn each otJujr that tlm timttv mri ua i iluuo thu tbiug"fur effect." Washiut'. wu x uat. Goldsmith's Poverty,; In l',r,S, two years after Goldsmith roftinied from hi.s wanderings :(m tho 1 continent, ho jiresented himself at .Sur geons' hall for examination us a hos pital mate, with the view of entering uio army or navy, but he suffered tho mortiiieation of being rejected as mi qualified. That ho might appear before i.uu examining surgeon suitably dressed uoldsnuth obtained a new suit of clotlies, lor wliicff i(-fri(Ilrhs,,'tJio ptib lj.sher of Tho MitnMpRmiifwi beeanib security. Ihn cfothes wero to bo rettnu cd iiumedi.ltely when. 'tho ' purpose was served, or tho debt was to bo discharged. Poor Cioldsiiyth, ir.iving failed in his object and probably distressed'by urgent want, pawned tho clothes. Tho pub lisher threatened, and Goldsmith re plied : "I know of no misery hut a,jaij( fo which my own imprudence und your letter seem; fn point. il Have scclr 'if in evitable these threu pi four;wx'ks und, by Jieavctis, request if as u favor a fa vor that may prevent fiomcUiing-inoro i.iuj. i navo tjcen somo Vears Rtrno. glnig with :i wretched' :jbeinj,;with all that contempt and indigence bring with it, with all those strong pulsions which iimno contempt insupportable What, thjin, has a jail that is formidable?" .Such was tho hopelessness, tho deep dospairof this imprudent but amiablo author who has added to tho delight of "i.i.i.mii linn to tun glory of Jiuglish literature. Exchange. Matrimonii! C'oiiiiiiiindiueiits. Matrimony has ten commandments. Tin so wire studied out by Theodore larkcr shortly beforo tho day of his wedding. They took tho form of ten beautiful resolutions, which ho inscrib ed in his journal. They were as follows: Jurst.Nevor, except for tho best reasons, to oppose my wife's will. SelentlOo Farming;. An agricultural editor nt ntiim mado a trip into southern California whero ho confidently expected to aston ish tho natives With his Blinnrlv. Ir.,Mr,l odgo of scieutifio and successful farm ing, lie hud stretched things consider ably ono evening with a view to mak intf a Strouuer iinnronoi.n, tho old rosideuts. who snnkn uinwiv n. nail a squint lu his right eyo, took chargoxif tho conversation. ( t T m pose you nain t neerd o' my iJi-.iuu uraiKiy orcm u, mister. I reckon unit s 'bout sci'utiflo as anything vou been tellin us 'bout. I got a certain way " ireaun tnem trees so that I tap 'em in th' snriug. iest samn's vnn rlr. , m. plo tree, an I17 bottlin up th' sap fur six "mums x nave tn- linos' peach brandy you ever put down your swallow. That's Korcct, an I havo a neighbor as kinder ina over 1110 111 larmiu. ilo's 'speri mented an dervelopod a puukiu uio ...... I.: 1 r j . 1 ... 1 ijuuiuu. no taugieti up milkwoed, sug ar cane, eggplant, water cross an some spico plants till ho got th' thing to suit in iiisto, an now till you have tor do is louiioin iruit an mako your crust. Ilo's got more bourdin house orders than he Kin mi in 1,000 years. Jest now I'm turniu my 'tention to th' raisin o' up inu uunipun s, an 1 tiiink by nox' year X Kill JJut here tho agricultural editor gasp ed for brentli mid tlm ,ill re;,l,,.,t- 1 1 . i . ...... v.m .,,uu,ji, uuimu aiiuthnr old residont to help get tho vis- nur 10 nis notei. uotrolt fteo fleas. Hnup, Savory Soup. Ntt-Hn to flutn nnnlf timri'ifno fl.n from which her dinner soup is mado tho day tho soun is needed. Stock for nt least ii. week's supnly should bo Ut OUCO: then the nrormratinn nf tlw. daily dinner soup will not occupy more than IS or 20 minutes. When n,nu,. is served several times in tho wook, tho I eutiro amount used is made at onco, und 1110 umerout garnishes aro added the uay it u sorved. it is tho samo with sauces, and by a little calculation a good managor can eusily disocver about what proportion of each sauce is noces sary for a mouth's supply. This onco prepared, tho table is revolutionized so that tho samonessthat characterizes the plain roast and broiled mnntR flu tin Inn. gor knoyyn. A now sauce each duy gives an entirely different fiuvni. tn .u .,. and vegetables. Now York Tribuuo. 'go "11 duties for Hecond. '', ,l,:,.l,.,v her sake freely Third. i.ever to s-cold. Fourth.-X(.vcr to look cross at her. iiith. I,,ver to worry her with commandment. Sixth. To promote her piety. .Seventh. To bear hrr burdens. Jbighlh. To overlook her foibles. , To save, cherish and forever defend her. .until lo reiiiomlmr her ulvvuvs in Now York has a shot) iu ud rum aro sold niriu by aiilo. Tho placoiHilUhn fnntnf VV5ifl4iirfM.. r, not far from tho Syrian colony, and its Patrons incllllln Svrinnu A 1.....,., i.... - - j - .liiiivmuun, l urks, Kussians and Irish longshoremen. Tho. llibles, together with other books 'of a religions character, aro kept in a case at tho laid of tho bar. Nails will not bend when hammered into hard wood if they are first dipped into oil. Alblpos or the Milkiest Haired and Pink, est Kyed Variety Are Common Among Tliera Tluiy Are the Rest Hunters and Fishermen In the Land. People who havo nover been np in tho Eaniupo mountains can have littlo Idea of how strange a race of people live back in those high and rocky drills, miles from any village, and with not a rod of road by which their huts may bo reached by wagons. In other words, it is not generally known that within 80 jiuiua 01 uie nearc 01 jNew .York city thOl'O is aCOllimnnitV na mirinno nlmnct as can be found in theromote mountain recesses of Tennessee or North Caroli na. It is a sort of lost tribe, or, rather, an amalgamation of two lost tribes. If one can imagine what sort nt hei'nria would result from more than a century intermarrying of American Indians and Guinea negroes, with an occasional dash of whito blood added to tho mixture, he may form a notion of tho people that livo back in tho rugged hills that rise about Suffern, Ilamapo, Sloatshurg, Woodbourno, Tuxedo and other places in mo Jtamapo valley. But it would tako a nrettv brisk i nmninnflnn tn .l. ... turo some of tho queer specimens of hu manity that have rpsnltnH frnm fhip mixture. Albinos Of the milkiest bnflroH nnA pinkest eyed variety are nninmnn mil the dime museums recruit their curio halls in that lino from mountaineers, as did the great and only Barnnm beforo them. Back iu the last onntnrv nni! itnulnr, tho first quarter of the present century slaves wero common in tlmt m,.t f New York state and tho adjacent region oj xowdersoy. These slaves were treat ed no better by their old nntnh maeto than wero their fellow bondsmen iu the south. They were worked long and hard, and tho lash was not spared. Con sequently runaway slaves were many. These runaways invariably sought tho fastnesses of tho surrounding mountains. It is a very diflioult thino- tn mnko one's way up and among the Hamaco mountains even at this day, and it was almost an iinrjossihiJitv in tho c1,.tto days. As a result, when a succeeded iu bidim? Mm hn from recapture as if ho had gone to Canada, although he might be within j SlgUC ilUd SOUUrl Of his mnctar'a i,, Scores of runaways in tinio peopled the inaccessible bills, nod , tho . whore they throw up thoir first shelter ing huts of bark or fallen trees or found refuge in caves their today.- ' - MJtij unrjiiuia aireaay, ana tbe two races mingled. Theso aro tho strango people who are seen now nnii then in tho iitti ..;n . " " ' L1JVJ nulla lilil,C3 along tho Erio railway iuKockland and 4.k ,l-'..l..l . mo unjoining towns oi liorgen and Orange counties, and whose homes aro fur back in tho hills. A characteristic of theso peoplo is that tho names of tho old Dutch families in which the orig- inal blacks wero slaves havo been re tained by them, generation after gener ation. The most numerous family of tho race goes by the name of Do Groat, but there aro Do Freoses, Van Hoevens and many other Des and Vans. In tho summer time you might climb and clambor and stumblo up the steep sides and over thornekv uimn.iio t i, - -j ..... to Wl I.IIU Kamapo mountains all day and not see u ouiumy sigu 01 anamtation, although there would be many on all sides of you. Thev nro so rlnftlu tn,.i,i among tho rocks and hidden hn tho t., and folingo that only ono acquainted with tho ways of tho mountaineers could find them. In the fall, whon the trees aro baro, tho huts stand revealed to any who may pass that way, and such aro few, for although there is no better ruffed grouso shooting anywhero than in theso mountain fastnesses the weary climbing necessary to get to the haunts of these birds is more than the average sportsman cares to undergo. There is no ground that might grow anything about anv nf th chicken or a fowl of any kind: not even a nia. But them nm Hnou ithr.,(. limit mongrel, wollish looking dogs, such as might hang about Indian camps and always from ono tn h..tf ..., half naked, eerie, elfish looking chil dren, who, nt sight or sound of a stran ger, scamper to cover in tho hut. iu tho brush or among the us completely as a startled brood of young quail. How do these peoplo subsist? Tlmv aro tho best hunters and fishermen in tho laud, and gaum nnrl trnnt nm ,!,., daut all about them. Th, h.,t ..,i snare grouse and rabbits nnrl m.tnh ..,(. for tho market during tho season. Tho women and children pick berries. For tho products of tho forost, streams and berry patches these goods at tbo villnL'es. hnfh t.hn inv.n.;na ilUtf the llonPKKJirinn Ha Inr. u: -v. iiuw auvuvi. UUiU chiefly whisky and tobacco, the former flour, moal and cheap dress goods. For inoir own home providing tho possum and the coon are plentiful at their very doors, and the chicken coops of the out lying farms and villages are n&t entire ly inaccessible. Now and then a Do Groat or Van Somebody-or-other will hire out to do work by the day, but he is looked upon by his fellow mountain eers us a dogenerato. Some of tho female uuuuron grow to De extremely handsome and shapely young women, but it is raro that there aro any marriages among theso ucodIo outside nf tlmiv r.i .,.. - w " lUUDi Now York Sun. FALSE TEETH TJiADE. fash. ons tears. Btruniro as Fashions change it May Seem, Tlinru Aro Modus i;veu 111 VMirinutf. oven in spiritual A REGULAR BUSINESS IN BUYING AND cc T-Ur-M i I'lisiiiaus cuaiiyu i SELLING THEM. ....,.,. ,m it ! heen dn-reed that It i is no longer a subject of pathetic mtor- IA G 1 1 Sometimes tlie Discarded Sets A r C!rami ed. Jlrluliteiieil I n niul l:.r..l.!. n:id Sometimes Tliey Aro Ilrokrn I'll l''r tlio I Old Gold In TI1.111. "Old Fulso Teeth Bought." This is the sign which attracts tho I attention of visitors to the olnco of a I oortain dealer iu dental and optical sup i plies who does business in Chicago. ! "It's queer how peoplo are attracted by that sign," said tho owner of tho establishment. "I never intended it to be prominent, becauso there aro tther linos in my business I am mere interest ed in pushing, but it seems to fairly force itself iu tho miud-i of everybody who comes here, 110 matter what his mission may bo, and 'old false teeth bought' is tho only thing they can think or talk about, "Thero's nothing audacious in deal- iug iu secondhand false teeth, although 1 I will admit tho simi is an unusual one. i It is a lcciti mate. Iirnneli nf nor trfii'n I af fnr ivnmen to WCLU Thosa tender lines of Kiugsley, For men ml', it work And women must wee;), And there's little to do, li.ii ... ...... t,. iii-i'ii I TliouuU the harbor bur be moaning, ; rro still truo enough when applied to tho men who go down to thu sea iu hhips and to the wives, daughters and sweethearts who wait and watch for them. But to the women in town and country tho edict bus gone forth, " Weep no more." Tho day bus pad when tho big, sad eyes, ready to sen?, forth a Hood of tears on tho slightest provoca tion, can prove au clieetivo weapon against refractory mail. IIo Snow's too much about it. It is useful to a woman as a relief to her nervous system any nhysiciau can tell her that physiological benefits minimi: lie Cllhillli'il lit With it has its I ... ( 1, I',..', Ml 1 1 111 t V JllaiUlUglUill uuiiejnn nun iiw;ui.,.,ij cannot bu subdueil by tnesu moisc nietn ods. When sho begins to show thu old fashioned signs of distress, man cruelly interferes: "Now, don't cry. it makes reat Offer! e have on hand a few copies of the Illustrated Edition of THE ENTERPRISE, Which will be sold to close them out for almost half price. CENTS A COPY. Now is your time to get a good ordinary usugo false teeth don't j your nose red and your eyes ugly. It i I 1 I j i wear out and are iust astrnnd at tlio end Of a fow Veiirs MS thev were when new. The tooth themselves are valuable, and the gold work used in binding even tlio commonplace' kind together is costly. People aro forever getting new ideas about their teeth and keep tho dentists busy changing or building over their artificial molars. Then, yon remember that a whole lot of peoplo who wear falso teeth are flvini m-nTu ibi-.. -....n ...... "Ten years ago thero was no way of utilizing this old material. It was all dead waste, so to speak. But now it is different, and pcoplu nro more econom ical. False teeth, especially if heavily set with gold plates, aro worth too much money to bo cast asido when new ones ; are ordered or to bo burieO iu a grave. - xnus ic comes tliat 11 trade of consider j able proportions has sprung up in this ' line, and old false teeth aro a stajdo in ! this market. " j "Who brings them here to sell cud j What class of customers buy them?" "Small dentists who aro hard 110 I financially and 1 facilities to clean up and build over tlio uiscaruea sets, wbich tbey aro sharp enough to retain from their patrons, aro the main source of supply. Sometimes they mako thgir patrons a littlo allow ance for tho old sets nf tenth i,t ti, get out of this whenever possiblo ou tho ploa that they aro worthless. Then wo havo poor folk who cannot afford to wear false teeth any longer comu in horo occasionally and offer them for sale. Undertakers? Well, that is a fea ture of tho radoldoii't caro to talk about. I might bo misunderstood, ami oouio peopio are so squeamish, you know. j "Why, ono woman camo in hero yes- I torday to buy on opera glass. Sho look- i ed like a good customer und was inspect- ! iug somo high priced glasses when I I stoppod to wait upon a man who fre quently brings in somo fino teeth. Pho 1 saw mo tako a set from bin, n,.,i i for them, and then, noticing probably I his somber clothes and nn end of black orapo sticking out of ono of his si lo I pockets, sho flounced away in a fury I without a word of explanation. It is ! hard to please everybody, and as times I are hard I havo to bo very careful. " j "But what about your sales? Who ' takes theso old grinders a:;:l incisors i from you?" 1 1 1 ri:. . 11 xnucipauy a class cf men v.ho mako a business of working over tho sets. When tho outfit is 1:1 reasonably good shape, it is given a thorough cleansing, brightened up, and then re sold to dentists who'have a choap pat ronago. A littlo tinkering will mako them lit after a fashion in tho mouths of people who want to mako a show of falso teeth at small cosh wi,,, i tuia ore not good enough to bo used entire they aro broken up, tho gold either melted down or saved to bo remodeled and the teeth themselves remounted as they aro needed for patients. It's a good thing for poor peoplo, for many of them I aro thus enabled to get passably fair teein- at a nominal prico, when otherwise they would havo to go with- i out, owing to the great expense lixeuso I me while I wait upon this woman " i When The Inter Ocean man left tho I establishment, tho merchant was dick- j ermg with an ample proportioned At rican -aunty" for a double set of tooth I v.iw ueavy goiu plates, which sho said ' she had found in a hotel ,. i. I worked as chambermaid. ' ' i When dey tak' 'in, way jJ0 , forgot 'is kef, un I douu' 'spou' he'll wau em any more, steal 'em? No 8iih; no, sah! Uoss, 'e sav 'tak' olo ruck way. I doan' want 'em 'round 'ere.' O 0 true ,-ii 1. J ..i , ... "...jjij, union WilV. dat s jos like fimlh, flvo dullahs." Chicago Inter Ocean. ii'mi'l: rhiiiiiri-i mil " I lr if liillQ l'Oin Oil ly cuarso ho will shuut: "i''or heaven's sake, stop that crying gamo unless you want to get rid U mo! I won't stand ! it." A woman enjoys crying. Tho wiso ! man is awaro of this and is never hoart ; less enough to attempt stopping a sonrco of pleasure Hut it is one nioru reason ' why ho is not affected by her tears. If they arise from bodily pain or intense mental suffering, ho is all sympathy, but tho hysterical overflow that can bo : produced on an instant's notice, that seems to bo ou tap because her dress ! doesn't (it iu ono particular or sho lacks , a dime to complete ono especial pur- ohast, docs not now excito his interest. When a man cries, it is from tho diaphragm, and tho sobs givo him ac tual physical pain. Ilis sex fellows know this and can sympathize with him. But women cry from tho chest or throat without tho slightest effort, und men know that too. Tho old German proverb, ".Nothing dries sooner than a tear, " must have been written by a man who had had experieueo with tho wiles of weeping women. Thero is a quaint old English poem that givc3 a list of the various evil spirits that infest this t.-1.i i :..!.- ... uiiu iiiiu jiiniet, injury upon more or less undeserving mortals, and concludes with tho startling statement that "a weeping woman with two black eyes is I mo wicueuest tievil of them all." j Tho principal point for tho considera I tion of woman is that when sho must j havo her "good, comfortable cry" sho i should tako her consolation privately, j When not iu tho presence of unsympa thiziug man, shu may even forget to cry, and if she remembers there is a possibility that sho will forget thu cause 01 ner Jacnrymoso desires, and smiles may soon chaso away tho tears us they did in childish years. If tho sex has re formed iu this respect, man need not chum tho credit. It is a busy, bustling ago, in tho ciiies at least, and there wo men havo learned to bo wise, earnest and strong, as factors in tho daily lifa of a world that demands tho best efforts from them. They aro responding brave ly mid intelligently, und thero is no time lelt for crying. - Philadelphia Times. 1 bargain. Come early. Concord' Dye House, 32 Warren Street, Concord, - - N. H. Agents Wanted. Send fur catalogue, GARMENT DYEING, AX I) Cleaning KiW LACE CURTAJN CLEANING A specialty. No frames used thus avoiding liook 111 11 lUs. (iouils sent by express will be promptly returned. 3 to 5 Per Gent. PEK MONTH, Kurnod for clients. Money is nol in vested in Ihe slock market or in so-called syndicates, but in "-ood. solid eollnteml where no loss can lie possible. Vou enn invest ,?lu to $1000, or any amount between ; can withdraw il at any lime; and euu have principal and inter est e'tmraiileed. Have never lost a dollar for a custo mer. Years of experience with satislicd customers throughout all New Kng;land Writ 2 for circulars. The best of "refer ('lllls- A. .1. I.riClIl'IKI.I), CO Slate St., Doston Mass. TliggestOfferYet THE ENTERPRISE AND THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. Tiik Th-k k a-Wekk DetuoitKukb rill!Mnm1l 110 inirodui'iion. ib many neeciui nrticlen I, iiniPl. writem liuvf n.ven it a world wide reputation. j sliorl, It in one of the cleiiiii t, liriitlitcut nm! !ir family iaiei'H publiHhed. Xo palm er ripi,,, wi I be upared in keeping up Un pieifnt hifh nu,i. iird. Remember, that by lakii.i; ntlvnntiiKe nf thin c.n bination, you net M cripies nf Til K KXTI-'li "lil-K and 104 coplei. of THE KHKK 1'KK.SS, 1M i',,,.,,.' for only 1.00. 1 1 ' ffiiTiiiOD ARTISTIC DINNER GIN A Useful Caddie. A lady golfer at Singapore has train ed her barefooted caddio to come to hor assistance whenever she has to play a dillicult shot. Should the ball lie badly or be awk wardly bunkered, the caddie strolls up to it, clutches it with his toos and drops it in it hard, clean lio, without exciting suspicion. Uoston Globe. To SllpprcHS Swi-iitlng. A largo number of tho best women of Syraouso, those identified with clubs and those not so organized, havo united m a movement to suppress tho sweating system, so far as it exists in Syracuse A consumers' lenono hu 1, . " - n uul-U lOrilieU mid co-operation with the trades assem- j ior. thu movement oriei uated with tho Political Equality elub Imi,i V "l'""-y '"'"'rsofi ny tlie House hold Economic, association, and from this start has spread through many club und social circles of Syracuse. The league formed ou tho lines of tho Now Vorl und Philadelphia organizations: 'A French chvsiei.iii .i, 1 . I , " 11 Jin jinn ut ('ii investigating tho proper nutriment for long distance bicycle rirlillf, ,lltH 1 ?w Vmt UlU 1,101,1 '1 is fruit und milk. VI v Tlio Ideal D,,:.r Has Mlil;lia Mt.na ,lm a I'erfeet iServi.ie. The jd.'al dimur company is never hirgo. bis has been said to lJ0 tho m y-, iu number, but eight and even tuiV"o penectly manageable, both in thu r..lt. ter of smooth servieo and in th lr -'lK-harmouies. Do not conlino your clTeieo to llltllllato fri..n,lu I,.,.. ...i, . .. . , , , '""I u.iu to tlieir pleasuro and your own !,,, c.,...i. . I ouco of me, ting new spirits, v.'hoso cou 1 geniality you h:lV9 tiivilJfl;1. A really artistic dinner, it U tho J writer a conviction, shorild never cv ! eeed four courses, including tiio cofTeo. I iho sehemo ol Ihe dinm r is that each j dish shal l,o berfeet.worthvoftlio , .u e tmdof the appetite, enjoyed oS, ! lull for as merits, and not tri.led with ; and instantly forgotten. Tho seeonl ;po.n in imp ortaneo is that a dishba iaHvuiuoirMt's ! ,1.'; fl:n'ur' tl,;it il Simula l.o U1JU" table as an added en Wment and hospitably serve 1 I ho orlicistess. The third point, ,1s, of miemaiice. j.j u Morris Id.,,- 1 Woman's Home. iCSul"1" NOW WITHIN THE REACH OP EVERY MAN H".n.T.mGnnr8l"1JTerll"."1t'ilimlBDn r.ond- ,iir,i. V' M'.,,ll anil bud, bBit"ri,l e. wm,t.ot intullinent trBiitment are I is in the rHuch of evpry mtf"rinS"kr,im,A mau. All candor NERVOUS DISEASES ii leiSL, 'l,l'",'i'.M')y men Biiltrinii from medic no oomimnv i-rni - ' drutor Treatment nt home us wolf as hor.". Mice, sauie Buariintpo avT .1. D8I?! snme to come hen Two m J".'?08 "'""Prelw riulroail fare nr.,1 1,11 10 relund full to cure. irV'U.JA''"' if. we wniptoms that make lifo .. "ifneaDove cace, WRITE lli 7.nH 8 tt.,""nible onisl. 1111.1 our nierhodi, t M l,ie8o aiKeanes. and Ollnetiv rintme, K"i.PB'fe!ti.rli.lWi eneo. ('iirresponilence bh.ii. ""nical c. o medicinm r ..tllr. conhdential. S. wuorea.) Ada.-eg mit L,C-' OMAHA, NEB. . ...wiuiuta, incorporateili A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE. The Free Press CORRECT. CONCISE. CDMPIFTF Over 20,000 Copies of 1897 Book were uuiu at u nenia eacfl. An accurate and superior book of Keferrneo u :,i tol you all you want to know. There will nol I n I ... .o' HiK-Mlonedle iiiformatioti on ,,,(.. ArkuMnl-a '"I I"" dU'' I-tort-l. I'olltieal . J lurltultuiil .likewise- a Look of Keliniiiu. Fa. I ml m-ncn.1 1'iaeiieal Direeilon, on every day v' fairs of (llllcc, Home- ami K.irm. J J A copy of lliis Look will be sent to all subsi-iin m iilln exiense, inakinir 1 .85 in ll. blf offer w -hi. I, . 1 l V ,"e "' r(,,n!,, K l.v , i , makl' f"r " lin,it'''1 ' or. v, " ""-"emems will, ,. pulilisliers. lir THE ENTERPRISE, Barre, Vt, BOSTON and YUKON Transportation and Supply Co. I'upHnl $500,000; Shares S1.00. Each fully raj,, ,, ynn.xeHHM(,t he Tlie ...wi"ii'TiT,!l t'i,r,s "ro ''kiiiK furs, ml tl'0i"W,A,!l,lli""'w.m.e,iwhotalio thnLvl T'X 1'n"'""-ys 1,1 lind themselves very liiioomfortablo. Honesty. VVntts This is tho most honest town, I think, on tho continent. Tho conductor missed mo this morning, mid everybody in tho car lo-aked as if they were angry because I did not pay. i'otts Thry wero not angry becauso " P"i. nut nooauso they had. Indianapolis Jouruul. lliHlnble, Weaver-l'octry is omethini tbat Lorn in one. It cannot boacqu red The luiikiUK of poolTy U gjft 1 LU- AJ1U fj;;;-! of it, 0 A roiular Cliolco. Lady Castlorosso heads the list of tho nowly elected poor law guardians of Killaruey. tShe was nominated by her fathor-iu-law, tho Earl of Kenmaro. Her election, it is said, has nronsod the fe'reatost interest amonu irpl mill 'a nnfii- vno nope tbat if members of tho aris tocracy take up such duties larger meas ures for tho relief of distress will fol low. In I'arist tho chairs in tlie squares and fjurdens urn let out to visitors for a tri lUi oiieh. From this source an income of 120,000 francs a yoar is derived. KucUsli Womeu Smokers. A New York society woman who has along line of sociul connections in jw and said in discussing tho smoking habit among won,, ,, over there, abotu i I w,""u x llilVl' received n my homo-uud I receive many-, uost without exception smoke It J o a gigKling matter with them, a-i ! nil H with our women, to somo ex nf; L " " T. f " And the ! iV. , i Knowing fast in femi- lino circles here. If you don't believe t, iuqu.ro 1 tho stores where "s,Si ly mado for women" ,..,'..i .''""J' Sniokers' outlits for all sorts and com : ions of womankind uro now " , Jnost of tho hih pri,(Hl I)UUM lj(!j)Jh SiJS: "l'Ur m Loudon. Now aS-'! KLONDIKE COLD "fULDS MlMl. Udiiif 1 . .... l-er nf Ion, ' "l 1 " I'l'l! to the muii- Helds f tl. i-i, .; . ,n,,; t .' "Oold laitlmritv. ,i ' i . from hiith rd..t,e.;ro,ils,: , V ' e-iriueil lr,,,,, .-,,-tiuil A li.-k:, InxW ?hos Vi iT'i" M".,'1-i'i- "'up of It tells all" , , e,.'""lklllll lN-l,.l's. ete. II m Ik ,.i, .. ,. 1 ", M: '. t get tliero. "iii'k iniN where voi ,'l ,7,lf .,' 1 ,ln'1 '''"''"lence A.lilress S.S. S(1!.XT(,V ,V ( o - ji'w. ii.irtr,,rVi, v.,;;,,. t HUE I-I) UPEEDY rl W- 11 CUid'S IT 4V W7 Li Is J ii ?v H-nitiHIAii RCUrnw Mr.'"--", "tracui iibici fane Twen,y.f0SE0 BY THruSANOa. KK1 wish to eiiii.l,... S'l'l.-V,w. . ' ;l HOOK A1IK)I'K v ?,V'A U, I!' TKI.K ant. l 11 "r "lisiues - -i i- i in uie '' assist. Then- u . . . 1 "Hiiet in tl, . , ' .:iU ,,0,le Commercial , Alaska Gold Kiel,!, ."ZS 10 men wno Ulll lertul e in ,ii,u .T "mm. I II iiliiii.,,. f . ...... . . ""Ppi.v the- new minimr ., re those lniu wl , , 1 "I '""'"'k of their work will coiiiJ ""e hl""i " Ifwiuer pari of ulu Tliis eonipanyis formed for the iur f,', . ... . "V.-1 ""- -iiu-ton burthen !lhe ne ,s ' N,'V!'U,hl'r. ta'kel with I J" f'Znrd to as,,.i, ...... : lock , V,;. llum '"Vesting i the Every Hollar Ii.vu,i.i s tunnloK" ehluierl,,,, wnvevun, In the best - ""'"'"'Ion of ,ue- , "" i" l. inanil, , 5 ; manner rtU-lei "ess, o !,, d hlch ihore e,i b no me Miares ran lie uinenV. i '. , vm"' munev eiiiiiiiiim.. ..... nd7. ' """"" . Am h1'"0""1 ln'"vl. nd fullest . 1-VT11UOK, ' Treasurer. To the Ladies, M.el;S. (.nmI Pa.-h. These . so , ,,?.V. ,'ls anuw .o or o, IMi,toKr. n I s t , . 1,IS,''I 011 "'' I'i'i-ks f 0 aiul lAf o s I " Uetwn the vents rom imeks f ii Milll'P euu l,e reiu'm s, I ""us 111 Wlirill ve.il , ' "OtlK- ... j,,, , V I' ..... "" IV! .f "tv .,11 o 1 1 1 e r k i 1 1 1 1 s , , f 1 1 . , . S'"H. I kx.3L .V.'f.'i'.K us :ix- l-. ii..,. i -i' l i A.i.i "''-i o.m "ii lAM) m- -"Hoess rl . -" in n e ust by Iremoul St., rouiu, ii:ii:iiH: box ;!iis. "Mary, suenco 1 rant! Sho Won. said 'Mr. Timing ...i.... "', Inu! followed his t I er ,'"" with his young wife T' 'ut,ou mirt Mary interrogatively, a judicial air, ''a Te'ich wlth "ther at fault w j, h T'1 tho think should nl ?V y'm ' ward reconciliation l,,lv,,"cu "Tho wiser of the two." said fiv. lhomas promptly, ..,, f; - U Unynt mice that I'm Vl r , j ' It occurred to M,. o-i hl,I'J--'ft havo be" ntjZ U mm inn nm. i.- . "i rcatod ai - 1 II X hotel you hn .r" j . ill I.:. ..". unveil in ui.iii'i, V .!',! tt"U ":vel. ,,,' tar" en any' ,' niaij :'" ! ,.,,. cS'!"e I II eta. raivi i Bi ot I ! lie ...it.. I . . "-I Aiimii Bui U fall v. N. V. n 1 1 rutj '"ll. and Ctiiirifc, it '''''. vv.r.vr'i'-"' ! 'W'ibuh!:.'fv'ii'.':!L',r; DIMtIM 1 1 1 l I .... i ":o,cart1!,,,,-,'- iwin eamml ".". L1CM.: Vi ..i 'i'i:i. 'All,!., "'""".f-irloii" "1 "ur. Ul..en.lili,.nl .... -.i'-bi. ij. e.'-ic ' iliinlf nil . i-' Ti-m,.., imt i nispjivo ,.,.;t- OPRIM CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS A Mdlcal, positive anJ iiticist- MUSIC AT t A BARCAiM I : ' ";" s.-iii11j,:I'i--:::',,Mt""t-. 1 iiiiisie. v ... 'lllee I',... i.. . K 'IU l. l -i. .- ' "Is, 4 Kusi -"in the -ThoX-AT; 8igaatm of ,IH matter at once. i f '" '--' fV ",.,' .''A.'? V