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hixrmijjji i"-tw i JjT r ' "' t '! J r , r l iMii i ,.3l,Litl.- iMifti i.i ,.i,.n -niimwi-i; -a yw-JUi ... ,' . Barre Evening Enterprise, THE GAME WENT ON rriiilcd daily (except Siimlay) , ly The Enterprise1 Publishing Co., liAitui:, - - vt. H. C. WHITAKEil, Local Editor and Manager. TKIWS: Single ropy, One month, U:;e vein-, 1 cent i'i cents :i.(ii BIXGY TELLS AN INTERESTING STORY ' WHILE PLAYING POKER. 'flu! cajrernes-i with which ihe Amer ican linli.ins tendered llii-ir services lo till' "LTOVcril IHfll I l'nt llie Spani.-ll eiiiollii ter is not a Miaiter nf surprise, for mi doubl Ihen; slill lingers in l!ie bre:i,-t of the I!ed Skill ii desire lo balnii -o a -Jioiinls with llie. nation which sent Cul-j -?iimiiiis lo on r slioivs to commence tin '' -'Tobbhio- of the ancestors cf these. Indi i'uns of Ihcir ios-e.-ions. Thost ; llotl wild interpret which llio IV resident JleKiniey a.- till! I'lielldlv .s snbinil!ccl l.odcf tll.lt they will iulci-forc if (he I'liiled Slates 'C'jtleinpls to drive ( lit! Nj anhiids from Cuba, must, il 'would seem, mad be tween the lines. Kverv indication woiuii )oiui lo no iiilcrlore net: wliatevcr by any o'ovcriinieiil inlo the tlillh-iih'ies between I lie American lit pubi ie and llie iileen lifjrenl. .should ihis occur, we Jiredict I hat Kiu-ope will wiliie-s Ihe yrealesl war since liic dawn of eiviiia-l-on, as one country would be involved It VTas About a Bad Incident Vlt.i a lluiiinruus Shin at tlio Huttlo tit Antlo tnm How a flume of Draw Cfinnrnlly Takv All a Fellow's Attention, Johnson was dealing wliou Bixby bo- gan to tell lii.s yam. j "I heard a lirst rato story today, " ho B.iid, "It may bo old to you boys, but it wan new to mo. Colonel Jim Wil liams of Kentucky was tolling it, and ho got nil tho points in, of courso, much better than I tan. No colonel in Ken tucky can tell n better story than Wil liams. I don't claim to bo much of a story teller myself, but" "You in, Bixby?" asked Butler. Eix'liy picked up his hands and played 4 pair of aces through to his loss. When another player began Shuttling tho cards, Lixby resumed. "The story was something liko this," ho said. "Ike JJoolittlo was a private in tho war. It was at the battlo of An tictam. lie had a grudgo against Lieu tenant Forrest. A shell came along, and" REMARKABLE SHOOTING. and ilooil the a rainsl another willl livers of 1 those who fear for die country will be surpris. rapidly the Ibuvcr and own America will th-foai .... i i . . .mil .-.ecu re ilic iinlcieii eel rv rlo.-C 1. Ill' it war fiilure il lo youlh of our the Spaniards once of ( ul, a. ot le one pic ohv rciin f m iy lie, should Ihe coni'ii si'-sicn is the revision of ih, is the opinion of ci!v s 'of the Supiv albil on lo nas- ici'lions of ii. v ,, if in nit for , e many err eni cii irier. on! i , i . "(.' la kui- in ' ''if at Ihe same the Jud, been of leoislaiion which 'illative, whoever he ndcavor In secure al 'il of the l.e-i-lafurc city c'lai'tcr. 'I'id ol'b-ials ami even to Colli'! v, ho have upon ariiiiis ppcars lo be t's in tin' piv.- pciii nce saows il lo many cs.-eiiiial I'caliir, nine llsejt'ss. Will sec Kives Ihi provisions Ih.at '(' feel sure l Ihal our. city mailer prompt ,u' un to be mil: ap) e city eouiici represent ii iv alleiition. aiiree t a; -re dc W ashia-tou county politics are al- ready a live lopic of conversation. Ihirre is withotn d,,,,!,, iJslln (jf I "I", and 11 is lo be hoped ll. '., i;ena.licans of ,he (.i(v f( .,. . : .... . ' K:epii. laciions and familv ,i IS''''"1 tuV ,Mi!l "f 'r city the caucus ivhelhcr the r.-:e... ., .,.... 'i , "'"" -ewrap;-HU(nvireTi tins is ascer tained loyally support Ihe choice of the eauciiss If Ihis is done liarre will iiv- seiii a iiuiiiai ironi al (!,, place a candnlale I wno win, mill' of th' 1 1 1 1' 1 1 : i ii r f '"ale. ( in Ihe ol setlh; tin "Are wo going to play for anything this lime:-" asked Johnson. "Your ante," said Butler to Bixby. xji.uy anreu. -'ims sliclt camo along," hu said, "and took off .Forrest's foot. JIo saw Doolittlo near him, and called to him to take" "I'm in," said Walters. "Kaiso it a coupluof rods, "said But ler. Bixby picked up threo eights and stood tho raise. Ho drew a fourth and won tho pot. Then it was his deal. Ho tiiuillcd leisurely as ho said: "Tlinslmll """ I it seems, took off Forrest's foot, and ho called to DoolitHo to carry him back to urn aintaiJanee. JJoolittlo lifted him to nis shoulder and" l Had threo kings to go, " said Wil liams, relernng to bis provious hand Iliad a straight four flush," said Jolmson sadly. "JJoolittlo lifted him up," continued Hixby, "and" "doing to sbufilo tho spots off tho cants.-' asked Butler. iixuy started to deal, "Doolittlo was carrying inm back," ho said, "with his Head Hanging over his shoulder, when along como another shell, and" "Civeme ar.otber stack," said'Wil liams. lie got it. While tho baud was being played Bixby turned to Butler, who laid staid out liko himself. "Just then," said Bixby, "another f'hcll cainii along and took off Forrest's bead. Uuolittlo didn't seo it. " " Where was thi.sv" utkud Butler politely. "At Antietam," answered Bixbv. 'During tho war, you know. Doolitllo ')i rorrest back to the anibii iaiieo. He said bo bad his foot shot off He was being takeu back to tho ambu lance. lie'1 Butler picked up threo aces. lor a minute, " bim ten. Hu Hilling Foor Caribous Out ot Five at Lonj ! Difftnucea. A party of four of us left Bath for tho upper part of Maine for n four days' hunting trip. Then was iuo man among us, (Jrderly Sergeant Kieltardsoii, U. is. A., at Fort Popliam, Mo., still in the service. On the third morning threo of us tho sergeant, another nud myself left camp together in search of game, tho snow falling thick; but culm j no wind. We bad not coiiu more than a mile from camp when wo saw on tho next ridgo (a hillside) five caribous standing in such tin open placo that it was almost impossible to get nearer to them without being seen. After a wait of some time for them to change their position, tint wo might advance and get a shot of more certainty, our silence was broken by the sergeant's remark that ho had killed deer as far away as that, and thought bo could kill ouo of these. . . .. Wo all agreed to let him tako a shot and estimated the distnnco at fiOO yards. When ho got in his position, which ho calls tho Texas grip, and selecting the one on tho right told Us to look out for him, nt tho crack of his riflo, to my great surprise, down camo tho animal witli bis back broken. The others, being uoiviKierui, ran m a cirelo like, coming to a standstill somewhat nearer to us all hands estimated 400 jyirds. Again ho selected the one on. tho right, p. mi at tho crack Of the gun again tho animal : dropped, shot through tho heart. Tho other threo leaped off in another direc- ' tioii, as we estimated, (100 yards. Then tho sergeant adjusted his sights to that distance, and to my great surprh-o ho killed the third one. Tho other two sep arated and -one of tin m came back near to tho first ono that was shot, when ho stood broadside to us, and the servant fired, but shot low and broke both front legs just above tho km e. After a little skirmishing about in the Lrush v.o found bim, and ono more shot from the old spriugtield rifle, with the sergeant behind it, gave us four out of fivo cari bous and only fivo shots fired, and by only ono man at that. Wo went iiito eanip with flying colors and we.ru tho center of attraction that evening. Ono of tho party inquired of tho ser geant where he had obtained such prod- cicucy in marksmanship, when ho pulled his coat open and exhibited a splendid gold badge from tho army, a distin guished marksman's medal, won hv i him in lSb!) in tho division competition j of tho army, denartnient of th I LAW OF SELF qEFENSE. .,.,', 'I tho Kusllsh Theory of W"-r Protection Eutls uuil Kevencl IJ'E'9. The right of self defl'iea by smut old writers deelared."io';bo inherent in nil nipii hv the laW of nituro. Now, these "natural rights"' are all very well, but they are not recognized by the law of Great Britain. It is tho law that a man may defenj himself, his Wife, child or servant from physical ag gression. Hu may also repel by forco a forcible attack upon his property. When you, or your who, cuuu. or servant; is attacked, or threatened with violeuep ia such a manner ns reasonably to load you to believo that violence is about to be used, you may resist the aggressor. And us the best mode of resistance is very often to attack, you may lawfully follow the advice given by an old prize fighter to a pupil i. o., "get in tho first whack. " But self defense must be moderate It must not be totally disproportioued to tho attack. For instance, if a hulk iug ruflian runs at me with a knife, I may shoot him. But if he runs at mo merely with his fists clinched, and I shoot him dead with a revolver, I shall probably bo hanged by the neck. Not that tho law expects a man to be calm and cool and collected ill all circum stances. By no means. For instance, if the said burly rulliun rushes at mo with ciincueu lists, evidently meaning mis- ! chief, and I hit him with a heavy stick on tho back of the ar, I may kill him. But I shall uot be hanged for that. I had a right to uso tho stick, and in tho circumstances I am not to be supposed to be cool enough to aim for a spot not likely to bo fatal. Again, self defense must not develop into revenge. Thus, if I am threatened with a knife, and by the timely display of a pistol I frighten lay assailant so that he runs away, I must not shoot after him. If I do, I am just as liable as though ha had never threatened me, because I shoot at him not in self defense, but by way of pun ishment or revenge. Family Lawyer. Vienna. 1 'it; tho I ttbiuco enables him to livo ery comfortably. Tho contribu tors, however, insist upon his upending a curtain amount on hospitality, and whenever -ho gives a dinner party to the corps diplomatique a committee of tux payers is posted in an anteroom, whence they can satisfy themselves that their embassador docs the thing in proper stylo and keeps up tho dignity of the uutiuu. Loudon Chronicle. A i i Offer! A FAMOUS SEA FIGHT. EMC iAGEMENT BETWEEN CHILEAN AND PERUVIAN IRONCLADS. Tlio IYKtrnrtinn of t! o riuarrnr Oft the liollvian (tuai t A Terrible f laughter What. a Fight nrtwpcn Moil ': :i V.'ar Ten- fuiIh Means. Wo liav'o on hand a few copies of the Illustrated Edition of THE ENTERPRISE LAW OF THE UMBRELLA. In iniiortiint Opinion That Has lSeeu AKrriued to Lord Coleridge. The law as to umbrellas was sottlod onco for all by Lord Coleridge-in a lead ing English case. His-lordship held: "Umbrellas, properly considered, are a part of the atmospheric or meteorolog ical condition, and as such there can bo no individual property right in them. in I'm in said. Johnson raised Ktw it mill mi ..-! l..,l. juunsuu scam, and they drew. P;:ilYr bet ten and Johnson. "bim 20. Butler hesitntel .'i . ,.,. i,; ,.. JliiUrtfTThoii ho looked lonti and ,,r,.hi..i Johnson. There was a curious tensity in tho sih neo. Bixby turned to Williams. "Boolittle iour cariljous, of which Sworni K;,.n. irdsou killed four caribous, three deer md one elk, and be killed them all over !100 yards, excent one deer, wbieli I,n shot on the run and about loO yards' distance, breaking its neck. J X Jones, u. a. A., Retired Navy Journal. in Army and ELEPHANT CURIOSITY. An eily iiaii by al lie icloiv .-s all A-rw :- Of 1 111' m 'icr hand. question a' it,, , a- in lornie convention. oonv 1,'lc fail niioiiand ielc- des be one N'l;- taii r vcar it we eailc b, fail t Italians and Switzcrs for States and Cuba, There Italians, each and with Ihe ill'e Wltliin ,,,. Swilcr-, every one ai'.lc -lars and lilc lo Spain, even 1 4 iiorii .American..:. pe: coy huiiU !l,t(i and Ihe-e arc ! syinpaihier- and are hos- "iinr.. ,,o Ihan eailc.. K Italians were nciL- ''l"in's Ihis inoruiu;;' a ho uINm mg in me service o I,,,. C I'hey are now wailing for ne: lie said. "itiiliTf l.-,,,,,.. mac j; orr. st, s in ad had hi " Olil.'l I Ho l;;n,v absently aslod, walcbin ile ilidn t see it. "He the i en shot oil'. " if:" Williams tho players. explained Bixbv. came ' asked Ills head,!' blamed fo'U nan i tni-. rs Iroin Xcw y,. 'for Ihe lalier place s There are seven t 111 Ihe cil . able eiiizens Ihe e'rnnile 1 with iieitliei' opinion. ;ary l hey an and sonic of ll-illc-i. "I'll, nation, ami eily ami wi 'tlleliiiic ihi. paniai'ils. a ' iiiie and i lllein V lak( cpr, pa- 1 leave Week. I lold. .-I cel- ;,!'.' in md laughed Maehinevy bils widened ',.;,,. most ehectiy, Iy v ,M iinula'iin'. (. growth of 1,1 w inilusti'ics ,tIi ,..,.',', uiiiicri suinaii! Us (lireelion direct book: 'I If 1 bearing on' the general question fTi provenienls in mintim- . i,., .. cflo.ct in extending tlm uso of and iicwsnaoeis ,i ,i , iu expand iig the paperaud priiiti,,,. Ju ' ustr.es. lb development of railway" steam and electrical. i .i . ,1 '. vi,l ,1 , . . ' ". ""."I. 1:11 l II uiu Miiisiiiutiou of travel and ciartago by machine for tho old metm,'U by horse and loot, has giy, ,.,,,.. f..t lo thousands where hundred, were employed la fore, u The invention of tl, typewrit, r ha-1-ractieaily destroyed tho p, , i lieu conv he. i,i. . 1 ' " 1,1 - ,--.n, uniii.v inorit l ersons iowimdunployment through tho wi le ly extended use of ,b lmu.'hii i" Thy nppheation of electricity i t t,d ra,d, and telephone amf in nuiuer.t o hei d K,ctlm,H requiring coinple, ,,,,, eh.iLieal aip;iaiines has in recent y, !, created indnstrics that pic.i ,1 uo cxislenee i'rior t i Lo . ' f..et.,nv ,.f .1......... , ""' I'.aim Kept oil carrying hi,,, ):lck toward inimiiame. i'rivato Canlielil along and said to !,.,, lini... " 'What y.u carrying that for?' ' 'It's Lieutenant Forrest, ' said D.io ittle. 'I'm tukiii.. him back to the am Ijuhince. ' " 'What can they do wilh him in tho uniuainiicu wjt.i ins bead shot off I'rivato (Jisulie Id." "I call," said Butler, slm,.;,,,. ;., . . - - ..... ..ni, ,ti ii m chips. Johnson won, and Bixby nicked -I. me .uns ni ueai again. "Biivatn (Jauiicid, ' i,0 "wauted to know what they could ,1,, in. i.;... ,i -.I,. u "-"I ii i in mi m mi ins Head shot oil'. -iioiitoa IJ.iolmlu. "I'll told mo 'twas his C,v,i ' ' Ib'xliy preluded tho tabhi 1 1 V. I : ... i. . . i - ..... . .aiijKiijjuns looked at bim wondering!;,-, souWh V'"'" 1'Jor,littl('''" ""'''''I Joha- . ' wan tho fellow that c.iii,-. ing i-on-est" "Bixhy'a been tellin',' Williams, V. hat's the pnint:'.' J-'ia point is, I If x I I i t lit 4-1 I , . " V "1" '- J,l!i ""t was shot otf when it was I, ., i ...i i . i . , , ' "" lo was carryi;;r bim back at tho lime, and" "I've got hx cards," said WiHi.,.,... III.. I,,,, . ., , ,. ' -.. Ltlll ii- ii j;i;so a( iu on with liams to Bixby. .,, :"', tw,J or threo others, "But I've got through with it, plained Bixtiv, "Oil, bavo yo,,?" said Williams. fOJOIi. a,uW Hamuson versus ThniniiKiin flpfumimit Uur party were on this hunt for several j was charged with standing on plaiutilfs days and killed six dei r, two elks and I front stops dunna a storm m,i h.,.,,i,,, soaking up a largo quantity of rain to which plaintiff was entitled. But tho j court held that thu rain was any man's rain, no mutter whero it fell. It fol lows, therefore, that tho umbrella is any man's umbrella. In all ages rain and umbrellas have gono together, and there i.s no reason why they should be separated m law. An umbrella may, .under certain circumstances the chief of which is possession take on the at tributes of personal property, just as if a man set a tub and catch a quantity uf rainwater, that rainwater will be considered as his nersonal helnm.i,.,. whilo it is hi his tub. But if tho sun evaporate, tho water and it is rained down again or if Mtbjj lubAiupset and tho water spilled then the attribute of personal ownership instantly disap pears. Ko if a man hold his umbrella in his hand it may be considered a per sonal belonging, but the moment it icues ins lianil it returns to the great general, iudivisal la, common stock of umbrellas, whitlur tho law will not at tempt to pursue it. " cu nir as we know there h:. ueou a successful appeal cisiou. Chicago News. " Aiiiiiini Which ss.nu With iu Im'.cilileil Iu Iloclis. Cu mo Miles Wilbur fawn, lees than two miles from Palmyra. Wis. . nem-lv midway between Bald bluff and the Curelian spring, cm a wild, rocky bill sido ot tho Kettle range of bluffs, may bo found a huge rock known far and uear as tho "stono elephant." It is annually visited by large num bers of people, some of whom pronounce it a petrilicd elephant of monster size, uul U1,; mcury most generally believed is that it was hewed out of tho solid rock in which it seemed imbedded cen turies ago by some prehistoric race. As if to substantiate ibis hitf,,,. ti... from time to time many valuable tools! ilucs ana implements unknown to tho peopiu or tnis age have been found about !.. ease ana in Unit immediate vicinity ..uu i rfw uiec long, (i or 8 feet high "l V "imi Kry color and weighs bun dreds of tons The body only is above mo icvei oi mo ground, its legs being deeply sunk below, holding it firmly in . i:.: ... uaumon uelieved by many is that around this Jingo stonn i!i t,i,-.,., ....4-1. .. i , 'v "-"tHB Hnuicicii to oner sacrifice to tlm is, I'liii aim uurii tiieir i:v s,,n,.u ,,1,1 , - -1 ,J "U UJti ..uu or maiin them the v elinw r,f .1 tiivf,.,,,, i , . .. - " .viioh.i only to tlio Indians. It "uk esian s 1C( nm Iieved theory that In Ihe Cuitnvy Clanoe II. Wctnmre Ims an article ru "A l;i-.uoiis Sea Fight," describing tho en,'.:;. incut be tween Chilean and I'iroviati ironclads off tho coast of Bolivia iu JS79. Mr. Wotmore says: From tho first of tho battle tho en couraging voico of Gran bad como to tho men in tho turret through the speak ing tube from the conning tower, but when tho Blanco crowded into tho thick of it and great shot struck tbu Unas car's sides ua regularly ns blows of a battering ram tho orders of tho com mander wero no longer beard. The olii cer in chargo of tho turret called to his superior. Tbero was no imsv.-er, ami when Commander Flias Aguerreran np (ho narrow little ladder that led to the tower ho stumbled over tho dead body of his admiral. A shell laid struck tho conning tower and had taken e!T (.'run's head as neatly as if tlm dee;' pitation had been by tho guillotine. This shell uiso niiui Bienlenaut 1-erre, the ad miral s aid. There was only time to push tho corpsis aside, and tlio new commanding officer nulled IchL- thn tubo flap to give bis directions, but as ho did so the Huascar staggered, heeled over, then shook in every plate, while a concussion more, terrific" than any so far told that a shell had enten d tho turret and had burst there. When the fn.i.ou i ... ui,,, ui,iiuu away so tnat a per son could speak, u midshipman called out that ono of tho great guns had been dismounted and 20 men killed Tho survivors tumbled the bodies through the hatch that opened into the deck bo low, thus releasing the clogged ma chinery, and as the corpses rattled down other men rushed up, throwing otf their clothing as they iumncd into tin, on,, la of blood toseio hold cf the gear and swing tho lvinaiuing gun into position, that it might train upon ono cf tlm sh'jis tlicy conbl no long- r mako out which, nor did they rare-ami it was discharged, hauled in. loader! ,.,,,1 ,io Whieh will be sold to close out for almost half pnY CENTS A COP Now is your time to get a bargain. Come early. ih 9 ejh good Concord Dye House, The Bgg6Sf Offer Yet Concord, Agents Wanted Warren Street, - - N.H. 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L, ,-,. f lM. l.iwi i.iii. v .,t, fl t ,.,,!,., ,,f T ,.; ni; i I VII. j I ,.1IJ. 1 1 A Soo-PAGE BOOK FRE The Free Press joy w '" ' uXiiS with.li :as never from this do- A lisiuv',iii Stirinon. years ago an Eimlisli elnvcv,,,-,,. v.-as a story," said asked 13utler. said liixliv. "tleii- said Jolmson. your story," tai, yil- or threo ex- generally be i,, II.!.. i in mis iJiiint: ooiln vi. cimty ami about fluid bluff i.,i ,i, i,t.. Bpring were some of their im,st ....cueiii.s nun Hunting ground ton 'Irauscript. -Uus- lih 'What ; asked a Co- waa tho reply of tho teacher, "i "I Vork Mm. from time iN'Ul'ioils .Mlliiiliit.. c . -i'linous liiummics havo (ti Hind I., i . liiuij l. (..I'll T !li ,ifT .1 "loubt unis, h : C -umaspnhovali,,,ly(,onu "t the pharaohs in their collection If envred to them, in viuvv of th0 g0m.ri hollowness of life, that tho y,n.n" ady 'I""' h '"" '.nufaetu -ed n ml rstr,!?-.- ii, , . , ai onco t h ron uli ic TZ r1"1';1 "riii" lliu '"it! j Wbtians phmetl u011 tI)u ""'!" 't Ha ir dead, thus proving l s genuineness of (1,,-ir specimen I-'lii'loiitrli is a fiiiluivd.v lunuius (O.) teacher. It means a mule,' Mary. "Oh, no," replied duosti't menu :i im,l. .' '., 'JU,o tnat says so." ,,, ,., '. Wil,ll.tl10 ''ci'. nowthor ii 1 1 , a - Y , . t i ' , yuu 111!'y briua tho . l" 11,111 n seo about it, - iiuxc day Mary brought tho book, ami in sumo i- iini.,1, i . ' ..., I'cooii lo a page 1 1 ,tlj ,r M l''t'o of a kildier ri,;v ,i . , l-,oluK Homo on " U"UUH"- lixcliangu, Many 111 II Kill 1 .... . ,1 . " iiceiieiteti as ms own a sermon, one that ha had bought, and which bad been originally preached in London when tho piilguu Wls ,r.lgill iu that city. After reproving thu vieo of tho people, the sermon went on: ''lor this vice it is that Cod has vis ited you and your fumil cruol scourao. rim iiln.Tn,. tvWi-.u ;n , ' '-"- "t "'''v-ii ia uuw spreading everywhore in this town " At his interim! tbeso wnnlu tli,,n. plu were all so thunderstruck t-lmt !,., chief inagistrato was oblige! to go to the pulpit and to ask him: i or (-tod's Haku, sir. uardnn tbn i. (omiption, and iiiform nm nhm n... plaguo is, that 1 may instantly endeavor to prevent its further snreadini'. " i'hu plague, sir:" reijlied the ureaeb. n I . . . 7 - 1U1.UW ".""ii'iK about tho plagin ..licuici-ii, is in tlm town or not in my luuuily," 10. it is cnargeti again. Onco more nil was silent in tho cor ning tower. Lieutenant Palacios has tened there, but before bo could enter he was compelled to push three bodies nnt if ll,.i -n.- ri.. i. . i . ....... ,,,. X1U nan jy given bis first command when a bullet from the well aimed riflo of a marine in an enemy's top lodged between his eyes Ihen tho fourth to command tho Huas car that day, Lieutenant Pedro Uureston took tho placo, and as ho did so ho call ed through an aperture telling tho quartermaster to put tho helm to port; for bo had determined tor.iai ono of the adversaries and sink with her if neces sary. Over mid over spun tho wheel but the Iluasear's bead still pointed be tween thu Chileans. Tort! Fort, I say!' commander. "Shu won't answer," camo buck the Billion reply from tho only one of fon quartermaster ulivo. Tho bodies of tlio uioeis wuro lying Up011 (ll0 ;,r:ltin iii:j ieot. "A shot has carried' away the star board Kte. ring gear, sir, " reported an w! i"', r;1. 110 ,,ro1,B(, dl!i" ;ls the words left his mouth. Iho Ifuascar Hell of shot and (I i. I. . . i - . : ..UUU..HIKI red nattered from i "uu ny one, m tw uuees, ino im.?i in il I ml n Until- a i)j runt-, . I,. i, , ,1! , f . hilt., Ill P I ' A h CORRECT, CONCISE, COMPLETE. Over 20,000 Copies of 1897 Book vcre i- a tlollar for a eusto. of 'ex.'er.'encc vvitii saiislied i"'U':hoiit nil Ki1!rl., :i" lliai's. I lie lii'sl of refer Sold at 25 Cents nanh An acciir:,,,. mui .,,,,., i,,,- i,k rf .,.ft.rpn. ., ,:,dZ" . .!::', :yi':,,,':ki1- ih.i.m I-.II.I l-.Hik ,- V .. : Km' ''-""'-lllnr l,...t (..,: . i . ,. .' er'" 'iii(tllii,-ifii j. . .....lu .ti, , un-ia . i nl a:e The be, .I'i'CIil -IKI.l). lioston Mil PlCt. il.iy nf. screamed How lav driftiiir. i Jine, but all tho while, Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping-Cough, Consumption and all Lung Diseases. i eonie statu! hv Dnwiio' t?i:j i eeauso it euros nml li.n, ..... i "v. VUIUU illf sixty-five years. This is tlm strongest possible endorsement of its merits. 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T, "l"u- ne tlio name. At I Hrotpu'st thofrientl introduce, hh i .'1I juu are one of tho most re.vl. A ltclticttint Cuiiiplaiut, Tho Denver Times tells of n cni,i boy in that city who has wHi-fm, ., i... fcr to tho seimoi board which shows that tho avera-u American youth e,, ".v (I lOtUL lie ovn lin l I.. .1 . . ouvvij on "'ys: .nr. nireetor- who is tho schoolteacher. uvery day. Pa liml ma tnl,l I,,, i. ,..t.:. oftener than slm did h, .i 1 ,., , , , li LIS SO they wouldn't think sun w,w ,.,-;.,, r write to let you know this is too 'thin kb0 l old ,aid ami ,, cause she can't Ket inarried ,,,,d : , ever she, uv.tx t fii.. . irrnns,,,,;' r i, ... . ri 'aC way slio 'HOI JL llill.ll r) t(M1 Ml., . about my sister, but it's so. " s and in ifl tni-T;.f 1 llh tl.el ,.-.f. , ... . '""t'l'VU , ' '"'" i Ji'--c tlio roTiiainiti" h"..ii Kim was silent, its taelde choked with dead. The turret e be turned for tho same reason nun- over tho military doHi'ort tho eoniiin:, t.."... Rdo.is hatl men laboring i tho ward 00,1, up.iu thowtmnded, who, shriel -ls! I u their .,.,, ... i,.,,i , , , , ilown tho coiniiaiiionwnv i:i.l '.'I. butchered b, cf, for there Z . ' " tn i,o ....... t. i. .; "1 - niicieuerii or to nr n....l.. .... i iu u (iiietor s Vi.ll tin:: III lNV,,!u.:t to ' '-pi lo i-o.; in have ' M v- ' ''"'"I'-'I'V is f.n-j.Ptl f(11. ,1,,, -s'iul a shiii of jllti.ii, ' N'"veinbel', stoel.ed VIMilllS. eliilld;,,, ;,, Ho for Ihe mint rs and ' by K. W..1V , f , , .n the (joi.i n(.,!s nI ami wil ii-oin J i .s?m in Hie ut'i-essaiT r illlpleiuenls reipii I'ltblie ii,:,.. .aiJ in tioni. an -i" ., lin- season. Ill reoju-i !o pasM'iio.,,, s, .,...- "iii.uoiiaie lui! a j (say nt: v To tl t" k nt Uu ,i , I ''" loll nv (till the doorways. became stifling. into tlm and i'riiL'ineuts wnnmi. assistant miri'euns. tin i,;t , ' J V. i 111 thin around tho ablu :layei-s I ever tho most remark nii'h. " "s.',...n. ii .. ., , t ho td.iv, i .i... ... . .""'". aiti , f, " 1,111 "'uuil siinult; j- siiiti iko yrav tha.:, .-""y uuli liiw ,, , " "is name with J'.xohaiiL'e. Saneous- 'Vely and lirmly, aq." Sllothiiijr StlL-trestl,.,. doimiiy ,lui bUeu ,,lavin iJiano and hail had a fi.n Wh at are von li:Mi ii,.. i .n,. ml Win; """""is iiuuiii..' as ;-- W illio con tenintni,i,ui ..i. ,,.,, , ' , 11 " -ii was tlio l-edal yuur head bit. oi- ioor sutfer- J-ney wero killed as soft Tribunu. Tho t in tho Switzerland tie. It ha "'" "omtjitanis, whileti and of univ-ei-si IS Sd'Veit. i.r i. in. t.. mi ii... i cro i.iici. ,.. .. . .. u l" ,:vi;i electrical :,. ., .. ' " ' "line ( Germany has 2 lilianees was not t.f suliiei,,,,, ..,. i univev.i,,,' J. .-0,,'':"' has tlltlfin t l. , . ....!-..,-: ...j tui u " i'..iai.fj,y prtsenlci in l, ..nii.jvt i.i. i:ii ii ivnr'MMit'.u. ,i ;.. ti. . i at,... .i... in l.smi to; ym are very sti.my i' . , . ,. ? II(!V ltnvi.1 t.. iA . 4,-J1, 'HG .v i viuint' Miiii ii.,, '.tolithoj-r,,,;!,,, in tlm lamiJv bus i,..,i .. .., - : i... i. . . - t. eiiaileii evi.ii joot, nt r. -v" - - r (ivt'l'ylU,(Juu,(JUO only.' A DIHM.il. of ,.crt.Htl liind.i of cnyago- ' H' lin lit 1... . .. . "'J nil.-) UUI l-lsill o,oa. Thednvelopmeiit of ph 4JI..1 UiliHISL Ml :el-.,-i.i ..,1 , i i , i . , , 1 out i roci ..v. of block engraving, but in ,, ',,. lihotol.thoKraphy and p), ,,u , ! 'j - distinct branches lb, r w, Z . ;" 8.000 persons employ , ' toofthe latent census.Uuud U lliere are parts f ,), , . n lmliawhert, tin, ppullll:il)1 , ; i.OO to thu hiiitaru mil,,. valley erases i unybotly elsn a etianco ev u lit II; lIlliiU(,lls, Hot nri.lt i. i A Cl,,. i,-or lllV(,lllorj( .lonnny J lay What I mom l'liitf d'vt) sell'' I'olile .bw. li i'-.MdMlLSi Johnny 1 lay-Well. I u.t -""t sneak outof.-.IcwehlrWc:1 arc-r,il!y Sclcit,,,!. lr,ftJr, ' .S'.u.l".Wal,. is the there in ts-i .. , , l-J(! .0J0 settlers vi lit. ,.,,1 I "-'lucrt ii irtif ii ii in.. i . . that. i.. ,.... .., " 'manias a tail lem.t . 0Uu-- tho usual -o---, iu j- oi ten iuru in a kind of k Kiraii-nteiioil ou it is tied by ii "hoc winch cannot be When Leyth-n vvai IMiush army in 1074 '"one rssned credit notes on t : . oesie-etl l:y tbo um eily govon, 1 tlier. convicts. It i i-aid (hat; 011 ;l,JLl boastful ; "11" "v r and tlio mi n who sen ,.,i '"'ai'l HU Ameri Uslralian iiv..vr,..i over aarj Hast '"Jcal.lyHrnlii)!,,'i;i;:.,:""',,u -Vouthl'S--ud,,. -A 7, V - jf r' this mallei' at once. ' - - , .!illy t,ttm'ii.rot. The thnWt Turhiih ,imba9R!l(1(ri th.Tlhu? mrz Mahmoud Khan. Kin. 1,01,1. 1,1.. , : ""stantmo- L id ,, f th . rtiploiuutio world. Tho tainiti,," ' ' wviiudo to main- 'V'"" V' "lilt ily "lioiit . Jwts, and these llru rl,K, , l'ni'bo; e. J-,IirZa Mahmoud hi, t" eoiimbiin ,,f ,1 tl,,, 1...... . , , -,. "."K .... iii.i 11 1 I,., .. .1 1 - 'ci.t-ll a ".I IOIS nu f'W nun i-eeures uu incu 'VJS' ntl ft - i!-..TT taniboul, ,000 suh il for tho 0 reason for by ulied eol of about "3 to hand tarry u stricken f'MI'O (Si-., ... l K.nr.lr., twi , ., " "'c-.ui iiuti '"Lcceu tnrniigli i"1" tlio apartment Wlliln l and , Zi r Klw.'' Pntati ----- ...,..,.,;. ,oro ".ii-uioom, jiir;:t. etl tho "an naviug been killed ates who were stretched upon the - uu inoro liiuu t , -i "'.v K'oaniiie;. t , u1:i,ii, rdroomand stern cub , d h Z litrfornmd lu tho coal bunkers ciiS ' !!.:" J'''-vy nor, tho combat;; s ::(ruor,ii"i'-if o. fitokers- Tl, I'wiitrymeii and M i d y 111 "Maco that was UShted only .s Hashes caim, frolI1 b ? 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J re .-.olhinj Coni- "' i;l 'I ' ' Willi. .ill wiii. h tin- . , no yi.iu inm j,,-, in.n Sh:ecrt (..in I,,. , o,..i:V,i oiuciii.y a oiiic,., , t,; .j.r(i ill of "l-tlllirr nrticla 0 ciet li ttosi,,.. 1 or in, - tii- pcv, f'di.'r hv n,:,i ... ,,, . 'men St., m..n. -".il i.-iici-viVvt-s ,, fu, VfUos. Address Lot t a l l )"?" ,".'7' rP- and returned by niail rli'h ,r;,P"VI'l','cuconfi'--';"'ial - 1 t 'oi -ex Hid. iir-c, cp tivillu;ili,,ti liivil,.,! Make ell'i-U, i,,oi.v ;,n, ''''" '.Kti;u.: y .v 11 dcl-H p;,;, 'illK. ' To ihe Ladies. In! .limp. OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS eutfA1-' P?five 'nd Pmanent cure tion method? rf'SSi,-"? Klrirlnt -..utidouvo R. A. r.i VM m . 41 East 21st Street, New York City. I Pi'V f.'f .'5 ( enl .'evcnii.' -l:t.vi.r , icii . 1 ii,..,. Mnaip ol o' I I'll d -raiili. , 1 . .... il.-,. 01 1 coi ir I'll .'I N t IC VA vly;;.;V:s,;;a1.1,:; l. a 1 III rill, u 1 ' v , . . . 11 1 ' '.-irds " 1 II' ll-ei 110 I ... taken between tu. nil le ri in,, v.. '-IH Willi :-tl :, I,,,. .":-s '" I'h' t i,;!-:i:hs ,v "i " miii water. I r-iml si.ro bi.ck v i ; -- , , - . iii. ,,t I :...! .... , . ... ' 1 A-i'iivx 'i. :-.i 1 . 1 ., v 1 'i lid 1 eei.l .lamp r mi;- el l I V ' II t.l III l . II 1 0 I si:l I'liVI1- I'h'i nt b-ii Stop the Lftat Dl'-S Vol 'It i;oo.- 1 -,v ... ... n-'ids lor -nu.- n i i, 1 1 ; "lev Hl-fa -M:tv.. lv: Mis 'r lu-icc i;i. Drusik MAmfr Co 1 "t ill- ;nu I't Illh-IIOM niialilc Ic;,:, I " .nt mid , did, ,- din r 1 1 1 Accounts Square,!. Hicks I own , inks Don't in,,i,n.. .-. . !""'Pnoy. VouleftVo ,V, ' ' "w, and wore your dd' : '"V i don't mind. v . " "J" !H , .""I'o you - ......,u B eeiuy. l"o0 ISiiO VietoHo a 1 ' ev;il,i:..t,, 1 1 ,..;M r . 1 1 1 1 1 ' -.on (111 1' n:! ".-l.aia:,!, ,., Il has ;:n ,!;,,, ;, 1'iind will. l,,...i .. ., , - , ,..-, . , op 'iiiiiicn - i - s 1 1 re fln.k ' :l'l liel tli(, I,,,,, 111: IIIIV ic ' I .' ill c, lllld enl. I, mid fill mi V, Jn.-j 1 KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS. t:.1 . Absolutely and pcrmnentla.., in 9dws by a new scitntdic and ir.vi - -rJ(i"l tf! ment. No publicity i-n ;''.. . 6 SSc&sKSS? 1 .. . 1 "crni llliin .,).,. r ici.is til IU,. , .,.,.1:1 . mn"inyvl.;imi-uv j . '..i...iis coinainiii" 'iniii- HC0I1I1. 1., It anted at, ',,. t " ."!"'; I1"''l'"-kl'l,.iii,i"1 bhoto-ri-atihs,.,,, mi,, '1, ""I""1 (r! Mmtl Alaskijlsxii ia,. t,;..; i,! ,:" "'''"'r 'a of " tellsiiH ul,,,,,, ,l,,.., , ,,'.,.'' """I's. '""l i.j, tin. Iiuuk I,-, . ., W- h ' T ""''"""ted Addre.. Inad . I schem nut,:,..; New Verk City. CASTOR I A For Infants and Childr T!is Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho C -A- J3 T O r t Signature of Boars tlio Sigmitnro of The Kind You Have Alwavs Bort "I"HIIHM