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-- a?. 4' .if s 11 7 Barre Evening Enterprise, J'rhited ,l;,iy (except Sunday) by The Enterpris.- Publishing Co., iiaI;i:i:, - - VT. H. C. VHITAKEil Editor and Manager. LOVE'S OWN. Single copy, One iJKmt i. One tear, Ti:if .MS: I 1 M l. I , cents ' A Naval Hero. Xevcr did ;i Vermont,. r in time . f war linn- more fame hinvi honor In tin' (Ir, en Mountain State Hum ll brave fearless, . la-Jiii,- ami skilled Commo (lore Dewey, when ! v.-iili his f,-,nl,-s crews on l. :.!! f j pr,,,,d war shins ,,f 1 i WIito Love Imllt hi humlJe nest Tired un-I thankful did I rest. Sweeter rest llleru could not ho, Thou-li the lI:u-k nit'lit covered me, Anl Love whispered, "Art Ihon blest?" And 1 t:;i-'.ve:wl, "l.ove i.: best." VVli.-.-e J.ovc l.niit hi.? nest I knew Tho:'ns I,. r.i :iih tin, ruse h ave yrew. fswei ;cr roses could not )., Tli'inh 'lie Ici'ii tlmrns on pt to ran. Ana Love wliis,,, ml, ..Ai t thou Lledt?" And J tuisivoiej, "Love is Pest." Wis to I.ovn limit Ins no- t .1 ! '.; Blew from lands ,,f IV:e:: ..: i J All that lif(. Jm.i i...m , t i.t. Lay in it,!,, .a Love's li t. V" t J-f:,Ul-.l III I. is lill Msi ViVi'i.in.-, whispered, -Lovo ia Lest." So, vi-!i Love iil.idin,' mill, I inn Love's, to do his v. ill, J.i i'jis mint) in h.i.l, .' o his l::::id my .,!!, hut, mnde. titiil h" whispers, -.St tlioll hlestS" bliil I co-wit, "Love is hesi." Atliiniu ('or.slUiition. AX EGYPTIAN 'ETON. ?c:kcols in which the rich boys cf cairo are educated. " Whcro di;e3 Jira Smith live?" roared Mr. raauoiiey. eiiopplnjj Ia London, :.t iaht. ARTIST AND CRITIC. 1'ode a.--, ,1 l!, T loo i, haii.l v. i .Maine" 'I 111. II I I fashion, Tin! the American Xavv, tho bay (,f .Mdnila j, gun.- i f llie funs i harbor ami then no , cry "lieiiieinlu r i;,,. anions his I'm: It; Sain r,),., . I,., Hlt to fill! li,,. late Spanish I glorious vieoirv iIhti- slight, si doubt. Where Val hero III or,, entitled , ami who of ;,!! i;r j, ,.;., "''' '-in for liin, .,.;' ,., j, r.n l! 11 --eicil, ( I 1,1111, Ihail (irecn Mnimlaiu Sailor, ,, Dewey of .Moiitjieii, r. "I'lll Hie "ci-iiiuiil i-r a!,,-.',." fnslliou wlien (I,,. (.(,U,;rv ,, ,, men. This was no ,1,,,,;,! n, The tii 1 1 inli fl'owilill; f 111, ii.'l I ill: Will -..ilialin lie ll'lllis of H'ov ami an. I out of U v w in a not ii,. en li,,. t.l.TI lasiinj- of naval ("Hi- lof.il'f I,;IT our own oniiiioiloic lira Former Onu a Debt to tiio r.ittor. Although Seldom AehnoivleKeil. Thii del-'t uhich tho artist owes tho critii; i.s not ;i pniall oup, nor i.i it any thi; i;,-.s actual for beiatf commoiily lost ti;-:ht of. It U a t err cut belief thr.t the liiil.li.i is i iiueiiteil by tho ii'n'ry exist, mou of the kom-1 work of urt, and not by the J t liiei'iatioii of its coniiiit;utatoro. Kilu tati'.;i by tibsorption U perjjaps tho most i!"''P ;oiu ami farrtiieliiny form of ctlu cation, but it has in.ver besu found I prat:t:ctibIo to r.ly xxw.n it solely in ana-!,'1 r 1 r;! nt.-lio.s e,f mental acquisition. '. i Then why IcJievo that it can l.o relied "''HI ; upon -ulelv fr tho tiron, r ,l,.wln,,., of llrj art M ii.-e? Li effect it never is unil cannot l,n. Ilmv n...,.,. .,..,,1., ...nnj .ei.ijiu CilIU u bo tit ,. iry, let i.s my fud it, nro r, ach.;l I y it? And can onu doubt that if a umro l.jviu and carofol analvKis of fiuch of it.-i products as appear tolay were undertaken by critics competent t'i envoy to an imiillerenc public the perennial v.tlnu of jt.s ministrations. ot tiio DiCleuttlm Tliat EnglMi Ti aeliers Have to t iinteml With 1'uiiiU Are Iloys Iu Name Only, Tor tlio Egyptians Have No Gnn j nine Voutli. I They wcro training for (ho sports. In the .sr.nuy playground was a row of hig, fat 1 nys though nono of them came within six inches of the slim, young, btfezzed English head master hanging on to a rope made fast round a tree. Tho trained instructor from Aldershot he lint Bei yotina or slim ns he lias Iipph. hut with muscles all iudia rubber and Kteel was teaching them the tug of war. His white toothed, black faced, khaki clad Sudanese assistants were helping him. I was in tho Egyptian Eton. It was one of throe, schools nri"innllv fi.iiml,.,! " j - for training teachers capable of giving instrnetiiiii in Knolld, I'r..i,.I, !?,.(- now it contains primary and secondary schools and a training college for tho teachers, so that I was iu a fair way to see at its bust a summary of tho whole system of Tiublic instruction in Pevnt It is only m Us iniaucy as yet. First wo went into the primary school. Th, re were not many pupils be- caut-c tho fees here are liiah as mnrh )up nf ihocrrtuierius impresfi'ins tbnt I ' . .. . a ..,.,.. I.., l.ef,,ro thev trv s ion- V said tho pravctliggcr, lor oi ".-wo .,,:",;. i OJ"i course lie was deaf. Yea never heard of PK " " , h, . tVv ' A . .,1.1. i ,-.. I ...-,,.. i r i "IJuyS ..tvi j T!. c1iti.i,wi'noi.iifi era set ritflit Lyactv tho pension examiner again, fortissimo. : the fashionable die,-i aK,i.-; . I ..L;..; Tho gruvtdigger pointed to tho near-1 dasher ' ;'7 6t ' "("" " 1 'V1 est house. that JJugl.sb trad,;,, nf, our,,-d.- rxpt r lice v. itli rl h; jTsj i m ra ra "Vtll,"aid he, "that's bin honso over there." "Is ho at home?" bellowed JUr. Jla houey. "Oh, yes," said ' tho gravedigger. "He's ct homo. I'm just digging his grave. " Washington Star. HOW SHE DID IT. e Girl Cashier's Mind Heariin&r Methods of Making ('limine. restanrnnh , for three, w.-eks believed 1 patrons have deliuimlcd tie.' same privl . , i . i , . , i ,t,..,. .,,,.1 .1,;, w, e.s aun i.iiu iiiiii.ni Liieiii, .i:.,i iiju iu nnrilv niwivil. Tl.i- :,U arisi ii lr.;:.i t different ciistm.ii lhat vern retail busiuessiu the two r-mi, i. i.:s. In Auier ioa wo pay cash f..r f;c.N or setrlo oil" accounts montiily. I,i Lti'.i.iUd, li.nv cver, account:! ino ' '".'i-'p1 : -.1 t i be r. n dired quart rly, an I it ha-i frequently liap-pentd that b. tan.-3 so:i:o patrons liavoa social pro:i:iu, ir o (bat gives th, ir trade value as an ailvcrtist ment the shopkeeper has nlJo.Ve l their accounts for three n::d lour years. Other a.s ifiiO and $75 a year for day boys liv Jlewev was ,,!, , , , ,. , ul ul" "uresponsivciK-ss of the I,.-,, '"V J'1 v.o reader would disappear, and Hid ui.-l l.ia, -we inei i. onemv and i fcomo i.ercentioii of tl,n ,.o.v,.i .;.,;n I. ie are one. i .., . 1 t-anr-n i.t tin. i..t'u ,.., , l, 'ilia-, l r " f iiics.-agu would OX' (liven 1 ,'.t0 11,0 lUt"- mow Kiveu over tc Ji.Hooi" lie rn (illlo ill t in ..f i mg tnau tho daily newspaper? Wo say tnatoiiuis born with tho f,.,.li,, f,. are our.-" m, , Ihll What Was Die Uk "iiell ti, A I .. , ...oionam n, ro to ae,-.,inili'i i j!,,,.,. Easlern wa'ers;- ,:,mh, ,;tv Sl,m Amerieaii ,o.-i, i!,,. Jl;11.,s , f ,,,, eoiintries ,., ,,., i(, j,;, (.v.i.,) coal for a hoinewanl tri;,. ?,niy six :ii,s with him. Ids (.al slljJlly i-,.,,. ,o h(, exliaust,.,!, . Was und. r m ce-li; v f winuin,": or retj-, aiiii"- ami i n-li Ms s!,;,, i -ii 'lie na. to tin; Oobleo dale Jl,,;l, tats was unnee,;. Mountain Pan; . lerforin, and be lad us liooni oiii horns, and j . "hi A'eruioi.t win. llsl oi heroes a J'evvcy. he lia-, av, " I'lie good old )' .work of our (;)Veii "f the ci il war ao panis'i war, ibis tile title to lb,.. question "for which jEngdainl and Jstrainiii'' llieii I'm' thi ill ail ( i I'een duties to e order-, blow mir iiU son of llie avv lliat id' M tin.' iii i;s 'Veil Un ealilnili. lei!- i,f 1 has --ivcii new iiaui , n4el ll,. !o:n ,1 v.ny." Uy ll:, .Mountain vi'ti-rai,' I naval . Iiero of ti,,. country lias gii!,,.o 'v" of th,. Kn.sh-i-,, I'l'anu,', (ieo'in no.' 1 ''"' havj long- been yes, and now .laean will now become a biibb.e P..,.: . ' ' ""i's o.i lire work of this new hero of our ,,avv American may bo able lo make nn ehaiig-o with Kiii;,,,,, ,,v u.(. I 1 1 ! " - i: aioo io conic in i lirilish West imdies. ' 'h!iiles this fir,.,.., ij lore ti,,. li!,: ,,, ,A,,,. All honor to his i;. He was il. man i'or th, ator ITvvdor slmv, e.i his .., , ... ' lo wey !. laced ihe enjoyment of nnotrv onri n-,ii,r,- , iiot. Ix'ot so. At least, to ttay this U not to say all. Tho feeling fur the highest ic.sthi tic ei.viovment nnrl i.n..v,.,.i..i.... . ! cultivabl,., and cultivable a.s is any oih- I j 1:" l:U"' ''.v Ktudying the material tc ! bo enjoyed, by reverently conning it-' i constituent parts. In short, a vague, driamy ihii 'bc in tin, or, .,.,,,. ,t , - v... . v , , .1 .TljlUL hi lllltl II , , V - ,,f ,,,, ... ....... . t.n; .in sot si r r is not enough, It is not enough for intel- uot enough esjiccially tc ligenee, it is l":.'"lJ ' '' nimnspbero of interest wmcli stimulates the painter, tin, musi- Cl.'lll, tiiO Wliler. t.l sn.,,.,1,,,,.1 , ,v..t .... , i , ' - - ,., ,x, 11 i .iu,, I -.eeps liii.i trae to tho pitch. We love ! , l't wll'lt wo know best. To rest in j Jiving wit.hout knowing is often the J'a'r' ' ;t 'i"imentality-a sentiinenlali I V t"w"!'1' v'hich our Oernianio f'crefa ! tilers had ahvavs n 1,., ,,., ,..i.ii wi.i ( so eia Jy auiagnnistio to the lucid mary school two boy Or fl Oenturv and nobody much com, s to tl ,o or i inn r part except those who havo failed else where and whose fathers think tho high fee a guarantee of high cramming. The primary course in Egypt takes four jtais; in tue lirst, only Arabic subjects are taught; after tiiat, English or French is introduced and gradually ex tended till in the two hist years it takes l.'j hours out nf the wrck-lv !i;i All ti,.-. instruction in languages is given in the language itselt, but by natives. (July one English or French is taught, but that is taught thoroughly. In the lowest class "there were just four boys absurd little owls witli the gravity of old men, dressed in fez and overcoat. They were getting a drawing lesson from an elderly Arab with a shawl round his head. When I Went in, they all stood up and saluted. In tho highest class they were having an Eng- nsn lesson irom a youm; native in a largo butterfly tie. Their T'i.iiwi. thick and slonnv: so. if it c:i,,i, t,-, tut ..-..v. v.j ..JUL, was tho master's. Still you could under stand it. In this class mustachis wero already budding, and it seemed strange to hear youi:,' men renriiim ;,.-,, ,-i - n ""uuuin mini ulouc i ijo sparrow. The great difliculty in schools liko this arises from tho fact that a Mussul man is never a boy. As soon a.s ho leaves: the harem noil is nn 1, ,,.,.. .. i,..i he jumps at a bound to h,.i.,,r ., ( boy will do well in his classes up to 14 lo, Hi, and then suddenly the cafes ami hasheesh and lights o' love claim him, and irom a bright (yu llrdjiu ,,0 comes a sallow, flasliv. f,i,i,. t.t,.;.i ,iiB, :'" oi"i"". ,u:, i;uoi;t towii. in one pri by one of tlio customers to be a lineal descendant of Morgan h: Fay and to have some of the family traits of Heller, the second siedit inni'iohin. for s'nn seemed to know by intuition or instinct or something else what was the prico of the meal he had consumed and also just the amount of money in his hand when ho annrnached to nav. He first noticed that when he presented a 85 c ut check she immediately laid upon the rubber mat a dimo and a nickel which she had been holding for change. "How, " this man inquired r.f him self, "did she know that io ctnts would be the correct change? There was no earthly way for her to tell what momy I was going to offer her either. How did she come to havo the exact change ready without a second's delay rr with out having to go to tho cash register for it?" He could not imsw, r t n ll i u nivn satisfaction. The next day ho bought a 45 cent meal, and she promptly laid n nickle before him, the 5 cent piece being the only coin sho held in her hand. It was tho correct amount, as he lcivp. b, r n half dollar. Ho experimented several times afterward and at la-t appealed to her for information. "Why," sho said, "didn't yon ever notice the .tint of your cheek?" When I see you coining 0 fa t away, I know by the slate colored check that'yuu havo eaten 20 cents' worth, If you havo a red ticket, that warns n:o that you want to pay for a two bit meal. A'blue cue means 30 cents. This yellow on,, is r,f course, for 40 cents. Tho amount is printed upon the check, but the color I to run IP ' I. n ...... . . suit is that to comntn.-ate f ir lourest on money owing by solvent debtors and for j tho sums lost through tbo.-e who never j . i. i , i .. jiay inu iniue.-aiao em.i.o.'s a goouiy profit on all lib goods:, ami tho prices I aro- accordingly high. On the other j hand, American women s'leppinr; abroad I seem to lo bargain mad, mi l their ef forts to beat down pries in.-;.,ire the tradesman with much t!:u same feeling that a well trained bottle r experiences .when his nouvtau riche im,siir econo mizes on his wines. In fact, looking lor I argains in litmd street is folly. San 1'runcise o A r:;cna i:t. have on hand a few com flie Illustrated Edition of THE ENTERPRISE, Which v. ill be sold to close Ht out for almost half price. 6 CENTS A COPY. Now is your time to gel a Come earlv. '(Mil amain. ami Jsatiu spirit. "Tin, S:,, , S Clitic. " l,v A li,,,, :., "U..I.IJ, ill '.large of 1 1 j , pride in hoines i hero of tin; Sn.nm o.-sessi,,n uf I'his work sin.-. o duilain Ooinmo pro;no:i,m. siltin;;- ijllaliiics. ' l-'onr, ami Sen- ocioi Jiel;.euienl iu LEANING TOWER OF PISA. One Cuunot Ifolp u,.illg NervoM In took From Its Vop. .,rc,U ,fcV ,ICir;hn!:ls. Joli" Ward writes of llK) Eell Towers of rtnl " m- v...a , J II U1U snys of t,io most famous -f them all Pisa seems liko a s.. ...ingcity, as sho ies so quietly and silently along tho two borders of tho river Arno. Sho fell : asleep several hundred years ago, after ! tlio had struggled valiantly for her in- flenendeiicn ami i.,,,i .... .. . . ' nun leeiown during i 1 1; t i i , . i ...... i i, ij.n u jusi t,een married not betrothed, you k"w. but really married, anI living with their wiies. The native master saiv nothing extraordinary in a married sixtn standard boy. Under the former system a boy took his primary cert ill- Pllto el.,,l, ...... T : . j. Hu.;jiiics ior Knvcr govern ment posts, at 14 or so, then spent six jcars ge tlttg pis S',:et:n:!arv cortio, .,t aim thenperhajs wont on to the train mg college or the schools of mtdiciro or of aw (onseqt.ently he might tasily he the father of u very fairsi.td family )ears before he slart.d to yn, a piastre J;ate v, by shortening ,? secondary Cf-ur.su irni'i f v.. ,.. -. t ii in is my warning "Yes," said tho other, somewhat re- ne'veil, that seems easy. Ecu still mv money is not of different ceb rs. iu,w do you know what change to have ready? That's mind reading, sure." "Not at all, When you come with a quarter ticket, yon will usually give me the ( xact change or haif a dollar. I I, unit in n.. .r. ..(,. , . "".iuuijio:i::e a mux. f un pose your ticket is a JJ5 o rt ei.e ; you'll either givo me the correct amount or a half dollar or perhaps a dollar. With 15 cents in cue hand ai.d ; o cents j the other I'm ready for any tlcuo-,i' -tion almost. " Chicaur, Ee'cord Lord lJyrnn, Here i.i a new light c:i tho character of Lord Uyroii. The: qnotatiuu is from a letter by John Murray : "Lord L'yr.'ii is a curiovs man. He pavo me, as I told yon, lim cor vrigl.it of bis new poems, to bo printed only iu ins works. I did m t rec, ive the last until Tuesday night. 1 was :, , delighted with it that even as I read I sent him a draft f T i.e.luge.ineas. The two pouur, arofl: , ether no mora than 1 ''uu and 1,000 hues and will twtiit-r tell for i os. (Jd. Lut he returned ii th .off-. .,r. ! ing that it was very liber.;! mueh more than they were worth ; that I was per- I fectly welcome to both poems to print ! in his (collected) works without cost or I expectation, bat that i.e did not think them couul to what ti.u v em. bt tn l, and that ho would not admit of their separato publication. "I went yesterday, and ho was rally ing me upon my folly i;j oh'i ring "so much and thi.t he dared to say I thought now I had a most lucky escape. j-o prove how much I think so, my lord,' said I, 'do mo the favor to ac cept thi-: p.xkctlook,' in which I had brought with n:: tho draft, changed in to two bank notes t.f 1,000 i:nd '50,1 out tio woiiKi not take it." Concord Dye House, TheBiggesf Offer ! Warren Street, Concord, - - N. H. Aitei'.ts Wimti d. Send for catalogue, GARMENT DYEING, Al Cleaning ixnks. LACE CURTAJN CLEANING i siieeodty. No frames ue, tliu.- n i.idin bookmarks. ( iooils -cut bv e ,n -s will be rnmplli r, lur'ned. 3 to er yen , PEK MONTH, THE ENTERPRISE AND THE TWICE-A-WEFK DETROIT FREE press BOTH PAPERS ONE YE1 P. ' FOR ONLY $i,5Q , 11K 1 H I, K A W KKK OETlmiT I - - no iulrodiifiio,,. It, ,av i " 1 i' u rller, l,avo k.vii it a ,, ,:,' .. " f hort, it i, uv of tiif ,..... , ,,; ;. , . ' i fiimily ii,,.n. mii,iisl.,i. ,i " ' '' will liuiar.-d in kerj.invr up it, ,,'..,,. . Itemeniher, thai l,v t.O i, n ,0. . , laitaoon. en , ; ,., : . 'ii j ,,nu l,:4 eepi.-s 0f Till-. KKii.i, oVi'i- ''" I tur onli SjiLiiij. . 1 , " booAUE BOOK FREE The Free Press THE GAME OF HIS LIFE. O' Ilom ii :ir. e: nioiit la ' ' i the m, KC: "Dewey, and he fou I lew,", , !: ' 1" loom ey, i- his name mher lb,. .Maine.' iuo je. rco contests between l!,.:ooi,.;u""l"s WOI mar e i ., t I .,... - partisans of tho pr.pe and tho Ohibel-1 fef"' 11:1,1 iiIt,J 1' world bef .reliO or mes (partisans e.f the emperor). Though ;U,C" we got on to the lop form of the X'if In!1" forgotten tho days 6 ' e,,m !"-re was no appreci of Tier greatness, tho world car.tiot f.-.l ! '''"crence i:, tho sort r.f bov,11 fiet them when it looks nnm. t -' ' heled, all ov, re r.n fori. ,, ,. ro, , in grave, as if school wern oi lito and death. mora is application Art toeotiitlon. sometimes moro v.-it in tlin to tho ltn.iness 1.,.,.,, ....... I i -, , in iitiuu ul m"u ""'cariy etioson fi;r M10thur ,.. poso than in the invention of an appro priate phrase. Eishoj) Whipple, aecord mg to Tho Church Kews, loved to tell this story : A devout colored preacher, whoso Heart was aglow wiih mis.;,,,,.,. , gave iiotico to his coiu.regation that in tho evening m, offertory would be taken for missions and asked for liberal gifts A selfish, well to do ,,; ju hi)l Clli;r0. gallon said to him bef,,,,. ,i!e t.a,,vi(, 0". " i'er gwino to kill di.s t.!lur(., ' goes on saying give, give. Ko church can stau it. Yer gwino to kill it. " After tho sermon tho colored minister . said to the p, ,,j p.; 'i'1h0,11,.T J,;il",H t0l'! 11:0 1 Wils Kwino ... ueio ctiurcn ct X l:ep' a-askin ' nu gronoof .four marble white , buiblmos ri.m.lmg apart in the Kicred cor- .-;bt. cathedral, tho bap wr: r"- '"" c'a,lll10 canto (or burial n-onml), ami, what interests us most of all, too remarkably campanile, so well known as tlio "leanimMower:" i'b ianious tower was built i in4, U:i eonstritciion is iiei.eii..,. cri - .. I ... t.. iiieru is in ten : ceiit-r a .ollow brie-k tube orcyliudtr;! acutol t hn. . phm round tower tho archi-1 ts built eight stories of open galleries, j v. K, , brauulni, ,slcml(,r 0()Uimjs oj iiuo mavclo supporting semicircular arches. The tieneml , tr,.,.t ... , I .... , 1 et 1,1 cifjn (j, gnat delicacy d U.-htness, a fairvlikr ower of wonderful grace. Tho Z , a matte j Ihero is no difiieulty in point of ,liH ic.p mo with tlm Egyptian schoollay. : IhePr.nch masters havo se.no trot lie : KOlllttSiOf,.-. J ...1.1 , ... .. "0l,''ie ' '"o on in uin very fhV'l bis TSW,'"ro !l!lJishmaste; im.ls bis classes too much for hi,,, Jl0 mist go. It will not do to bring t Jonugmthoi,!,,, that they m ,7y .t t "aught., he authority of nu ' oft?ivUt;-Wl!W,ni' 1 .l- ne,' ot the Egyptian schoolboy;- JU K j, ,m tsbwri InT ifiS.-H 4 .. l'iji(l Tnr nr.. ....1.. . know. ti, tn .: .; :.r:.uu" ymi iy wn.- B iJ:,y FI1V8 tll ""J 'oooient, I ,,,.,.,,' " .V'""" io me Jhtnuibal's I is 1 70 feet from tho ground. hut, ns tho center of gravity is ftili i 1)awaf' of tho Alps," w . . i-nivirv ,j .ti' i- i u j nn .1 Within its base, is u J ....r.." ' ::.' Pereeivnthnt i. ' '. ! we- erect. The iounuZlZ oh I n 't 7' ably imperfectly I, nils t ... r'JU ! boy airni.. n.. . . . .num "' t!m tower beoa, , .fcw lM: trious Tho , ,m "'h indus- wU 1,(1 I," T I-Il haif finished, and wo can poo where at him work, but overworking to prevent him from , . . , . , ' " "'i i-eo v, n ,I(1U cllrt. (:I j, l: , .. , i.oint in,, Uui r ers tri,i t ...... . overworkim. v.. " yer to give. but. ,v l r.i., .o , I back .,,,.,.1 ., ,:" V u" i it 1 n": home w,,vl.- "ill W'LilCil ,tlat Olet '.:,,,.,. ite, i givnj too much io do Lord, I'll bo very much obliged cf iy Lrother will tell mo Wdiar dat church is, for. Vzu gwi0 to v.sIt it,and I'll climb cu do walls e, tlat church, under rl,. ni,t .. -i iiell i-work in EuglPs fi.aw 'M'Parcs qnito well w V , t ' , 'J . eui10 I'l V f IVt ,!,. . an list,,,,;.!,-... "'"""y. Anotlipi- rvui.auoe. It was the first time ho was li-t married, ami I-,., u-,.. ,,..,...,,.. ,. V" """"" " IJLLLI,1,1II' 11 ,11,.. , !,.....,, ...!... . .... ' - J 1 1 1 U . nuiv; "ll, f lux .. ..w. ., niisec, nit iio maini'-crl tn 1 tha t. T UISU l,t tile ascent d 'u;wi ( jvi hu .;..!.. I , i . "ujiiwjii, in hr,, . . - u ft i.- 1 1 ' r i : I ? 1 1 1 i , . , - - "ii i , '( in tho than a gister dnzeil .....1 i uu io sign nis namo without making iu,,r.. blots. Ho thought then that it was fh,i,llL,l hut when they f.,,f ,o the church ,luor they lound it was rail. in- - "Confound it!" ho cried, puttin- on his umbrella. "Another nuii, n'w"" Ami then, though he cannot V why the people around a! Who 1 mid his mother-in-law hrilh,d " ' ' Wife refused to speak. -Pil'rJ" ---, , .aieiiijiucMtrj Wj,l. j , - tower lean i e.. i ... . ""1111 , Ir ,, sinl-in , i , 1 ll I'lnudatioun ' 1111 ronish nu cift t- 1 WO ii.,,1 nrsh,0 t0 tUC tul'. " it . f .nr," .tlj eh'Ms Or WitellCM in . we ai, oii z zii r j r:z:f ;k;rw " '"": til.,, ,,. ""WHIN israrrnt. - ',, ' latuons in ShoTvlMs One', Var. h," View . f Col! a., I'la's Well ,- 111. On the links of the I.-.hmd Oolf club n Oardeu City, N, Y..,wo men were having a hot g;u;e, with success td oi t even. They we, e good hm nds ami mm p hmeutee each ether 0:1 !,,5r , r"'." " "hen tno oth-r wav af.-ira foor.lo .lust as the younger one' st to ed upon the tee to drive otf for the si ah hole a very swagger cur, came spinnim. P the road that crosses th,. thaUeo. A t 'aiming youeg vemlm was milium ;.t;e m. , , el 1 ., tee mid called cut to' the man aLaa tci "George, dear, won't yoa cnl.U! b now and not ea lay lW)ehte,u?" me man srraighteued up with mj air of disgust at tho inteuuption ai-i plied: myS'- r-ying ,lie eUmecf "I wish you'd come," she sabl J.o, uot now, "he ausw.-n-d 'Tn I Playing too well. I wouldn't quit toil ir 40 luncheons. I'm breaking j;.y t I ord Ly ten strikes." . ' " j "Well, I'll drivo up and down ht- J and wait for you," she raid. as she started oirCee,ige,,!,,a.tni.,,, I j o continue, ho game j f'' I I'drn earn lost (ho I all iu t ' I blackberry bnsl., i ..... 11 'J'- ll'en ho topped the bail on thp ' "hot out of tho whir rod 1: ,,,' feet. Finally ." Vv-i' oven and was bunker, ti 't it boh, I...V . 'Vuilmil1 -versh,,t Ti J, ,lt;N into ,ho ta'l Ihero tho ball v.-a i.,.t Ten minutes l.-iti,,."'!!,., , .. j was spinning down the re, ,d .fit' T I .1 of tho horse, the st u lu ci "und UTy ' tu. tl oTi l ,f ,VlllB Wit!l "ub In sat George, dear. fioif clues, Tlio Ifilttin Ycrk a "la was over. K A Traasf.irm;.: ion. Soon effu-my arrival ia Leipsic my attention was called cue day to an eld erly gentleman on tho street. "iJoyou see that old gentleman with toe: big soft i.h Lut, tho blue glasses and the Li ; r.n:l.r.-!!-.v '.'Von mean the on a who is shambling along ns it be were nut Ju.-.S sure whero ho is going':" ;Ves, but yen i.hoi.1:! not sneak so aptctiully a tLc zixattst c living psyehclogi: ts." f,I;lUUi!' ";'ako was pardonable, for , --- ""'o .-upptiftcu tiiat be was i:eii sumo t Iain viW..-.. K..i, 1.. iad joeomoup to town andielc somo v.hat lost hi the big (iiy. Uuao ia JV'-ir.ts l:et,::o a,,,,,, Uy,.r om ie.ce.ves u v; 17 diuercnt imi ression of .. . ilS U..1 piJl1,e.01,.JU,1. ,)0Urt ?,l.h f ' nl-arned discourses those Pmmfea.ms i.,;.t Lcanug bu- C'JIll! S ill 1 r 1 1 1 . . i-armol fr-r idients. Money is noi i. vested in the slock market or in so.eallerl syndicate-, but in g'ood, Solid collateral, where no loss can be possible. You en , invest sjnj to slliijO, or any auiounl beiwei 11: ,,,n witinlraw it, -it any lime ; and can have prineii al and inter est oiiajMut,.,,. Have never lost ,., ,rI I;ir for a oust,,, me,". Years, ,f experience with salisliod cu-toiuers tlu-oughout ail New En-land M Lie lor citvuiars. ''i, ,t ,,f A. .1. I.iTCIII-IKI.i). ! 00 St.. Host,,,, Mnss. I CORRECT. CONCISE. CBMFIFTF TI. yon , a l.mgsr ,hiV;,; imgainly Loanok j Colk -nll;l hi "lodi.-i,,,, c ' el We Siva I V.'ron.'r " rite!;, ' letLived m i-. ,:.. if, 11)0 fc'rcss. On tta fclims it c; lit!' .,1 . . ; 1 . . , ' .....nun 1 mir in 0 v, ... . . ,. . i.i ,f , , ""'' eeuiining h, ; ;::, , , 1 r- '-r' that I!,' : ''f - ' :'-aai bet en h i ; .'-f'l'noined to double, fi de( in " 10 Wh0 . i n Ml you what thev are doim "r, smd tic, hi man sev.'re "Th ;,ro.hv''; I'uriously this wh tor 5 ?n;gt cirplanstoileeco u h ,mb race r p i ""- llle' P P tho n.w.o i.i . . .' 'l11,'1 nch by fooliiur horso .,0Ur l'riJ1'isilJt; i:nowledgo of in ash ,,, . " M'"f :::tl,J 'l l:i --tmnor,,n hr:prvs:,,rou-' "pon tho low .... K'u eueet over frnii, .:.'-" lu "1. i .i,,,,.. ,luu finery and S.lllit ret:,. ,,, ,, ;. . , tliug. and r ,:.,... ' ,s very star-1 .... t .,. "' " uei vcu.) trav IIJ I I I 11 n, . '"Jl leo,;iu'! seeing th,, of propping, it u, ' ii .leu wo vi,,.i. ti... . -v.e-ll LlllJ ( VelerlmJd Iiftet i idea . . ii li'.wicing (,jV..i ,,a ; , .. , v oiiei ,, . n . . ' jju 1,'tf L' i , . . . : , i -'..iiiij u mn t,. ;.. . - ' . n.mu inea . ,, "ut tc is work .,.!.... in , , i..-i, uj(. fne'o, ; uu : v 1 1 y a:l ,,im '. - .....e, a uy JH, (,,,M j ' was tbo imti.-val 'uiumit, wo inu;.- The K,r.ct of I.tiviroo":,,.,,, . "Olio of tho tallest men I ever 1 , 'was a IJhodo Islander. Hn ,,, . U V, nearly 7 f(;et in height. " ,IUii-"urtl1 "Perhaps iio had to n,.,,., , The:ro was ., , !" , ) 1 ,:" Way. out. "-Chicago Tribun'. ' t"'I!,v"" .ists almost ent'rei much dreaded bv imvP..., '. I h u rentiers hleerin,, .. . i , '"ciuiiu ii lieeillo t,.,,..-,",. "JTJ lv una. ans of u UOt foi'L-ct: lle.t """im: nst '""was whero tin, ,.,,. bodied tliu l:,v,,i of .ljr,ii"'sand t"0, in tl, upper f, 1 T "' Fi;;;, i,U( .. ,..;,,,, Lt"; hAl iuutiders iu bells , f . ' " VVUt:ltiul'feast- iiarmonio,,; " which t A i '"' Wero takt n ,,, r ,w.luu wmiiiutla "i.e.ui.ioil, i,j orn iS":;r 'Wail. (" W''vei,siu l.oli(.0J, with a iiguro nf n. i- . onii"'" i.loi v-frdtVm!'': '''ivingal.L,'! "l.1..1 wero when in a si, ,w fi lei '.. 1 "aWu'K. 'ineo broko rlow,, 1 , 1 1,1 t:,,I1vey tlio road I L m I lM lLo l-esido '''Hied V,h im nCThoPl ,!l,,VOit'Q '?wly, higher and 1 ?gher Jm W er h eiiHin a "'suer, uu ,ts own- FIB filt Tr JSIiEtcr," said Meandorino nt-s 'Of courso I would, reply. symo' ,U v ,,, "unL,lu t0 (K'l1 ,J'l n A IVouinu's Way. "Forty rei:iuV,. .. , , m ...ikes mo p;1y f,n. Ul, , ' 1 on!, any f;ll Lut o ; . Tlutoe, cn her bili. "Kow Analyst cf tt r1.t.ucllulBI, A irenchmau sleeps in italics, snores m 11 capitals, talks in thunder, Ki'.f'-r-t.ii, ton'mlo. tenth of if m UmU OI!0- o W. i UlUt 11,0 "i-temhs a-o opocrisy, but that thev arn tl NOW WITHIN THB REACH Of EVERY MAN. fclSJ? "ro rafrrinRontoM mlxen fpend- i ffi l d,.aW' lae ""''" Ki-avea. HELP I.v1,, ,,n'', o o,?" Permanently cure mwiu-al :kill.. 1,,,'n., , , ' ,""0r.r,'0 moiiem o.j t'Ceel.l AO,..., : t .." . UHn straw.. n.:i, ... i.'. ' KnwMn niMnfs r., , . S r.rwscnalonil, 10,1111 riii,,l, , , in I." V'""""v " lj. ariiiit ","" '""rany, STOP orr,Bri,n.i " fe? aoa'BalBqnd or Cuarant T.t" .? "" vour mrmri: i.ri,... .., "wsa.n J-ore: Mm to ( . i , , I i, , , . . . ! '.. . ,-, la thio wllODl-pfr r.i,'l...i I. J? ".iv,ii contract to r.f,,j M fnil t.; -o:'. "I'Msaa if w. U back o?7:,.Ktf ??A?- capital P. re,,,,,n"J .r.VS'wraniiyoftheabovi. ftA mill nnrnu.tli,,,! ,., ii ,, " , K ' "i-se aiseaaes. p. iffl, e,nrri.siina..,.L -"'.'-7 o Tie.iu-a tri, wit raoAL Go., Omaha, Neb. . . "uujoai.B, iucorBoroted.1 K LO N D i fSG 0 IF FKLDS" '..of'bMo'';,'' -Vi"" '"":,!" ' mnn. i-i.il'tiheK, ,, 'I'J::'.1.'.'1 11 .v-m hviiii.,'1,,: ;;;; . : '''' l,i,,i''1' u,uw copies ci iaU7 Bor Sold at 25 Cor.ts each All accurate and i,j.,i,,r I , " ted , you nil you want to Iomi.i j , " n ILclcBS iae in it. A piacii.- , ' . I'trid limiK of Kni-vi-!oir di , ' .' ., J' t! tatintlciil, l'thVi.,1, , t, ,,..' ' i U'nculiur.il; lisrui.,. n ,,f .i . and L'elier I P,a,.i,,.,l l,, ' " , lain of oiii...., I10,.,U Kan,. I . AK!y "f Illis liuok .vili l. ia . . miMuiiiirdiiiLdy and ..,i,lis' I.i , ,-,-. ' 111 OlllIK l-Xifllm, lii.lhiu s, ,r. ,,, . " I -o.eit delay, I,,,,,,, Kl. .;,.;,,,..'.. , , aide ofter 1 eh ,.,!(,. ,r ., ir;, ''5 I'l'i'clal anal, ui'lii, iii ,0, ,, . ,,. , . j im-muer we er.o l,tli .a,,eiBa noi ' . J "! o,l can have ,, i, 1)lo , ! cent, addilional. ' ' THE ENTERPRISE, Bar BOSTON and YUKON Hill ) Uu- ,(, ; ,.,i.,. i;.t in.' lO'ineo Ala I, ,,.!!. .. . , ' ." l-inoe,, a n , I . i ', ""'''"omrv. amirs, fortunes na b , l.e imexplni'ednelds.hnw f, ' ., si . i,, Uu ,h" fr:i reinli Mile at si' lit work anew l,,:,v v,', ,d, ! ' ''''iV1' ini'l-al ternis. ' 1 "' ' " esoie Address S S SrliAVpov .v , () 1 "''hshei's. I bin ford, (',;. iransporfaiiM and Sun Kneh Fully Paid ;!l!.i .(I,.A'.,. I hen- is a hi nun; "Unci in o. Al.'tka Hold r,',,,,;, me,, tt lm i,,,,,.., , . . iiliitkm of Alas,,., a'., Hid w ear and u ;o, o are ihose into ivie.-i. t mil coiiit1. i I 'lis filillj'MUV P"se o, li'.tiliii i,, a.; ,,.,!,, and will s,-i'a sin,, , oiiu-i, i, troin ii,s,ii, in .Noi emiit.i', ;, (, me nee, :u-y pr.ivisi,,iis. "ll!'i,-neiii.-. r.'.i,i,iie tor li,,. mi l'll:'lic n-e. .-aiiing i,v i;. U ii "' iiig al lilt: (j, .1,1 J i,.;: "i '''"li- "1 loe M-tiMii, I 1" le..i , in e.i,-,.,, ,., can aeeuiniiiodale inu ii'iiinit,.,, ; (sa.V '!y). i'o those iuvcs'o. slock of mo e-o,np..i,v Ino fil, 'hleeiueins are oHoee'd ..,...,i!,vi,i&;11,.r; I'very Ooliar luvpsled in !!i I'iiu.v witl Keiurii 10 for 1 ( o m- is. ss . s.l f.t7s,;,i.;,;ie Vvj' 1 r t i b -' v3 f' bi ( j e-a tl Li S IP fli H l, , '"""P ".'' enlere it M ni i , hi !l , . ' ! ' ;,liVl elleapest , c.. , ' , ,"'"1-111 ullicli Iliere , ins;:::;li;:v;,;;.r''-'','ii1 Kt. ct, cK, ,v ,, '1 tin ,aa wKUKtiK .. I.V r 'I ) mat; IHs Favorlto st.tilor. INoozel "ii, ,., ... oh'; vi, , i 1J !l i'twary bJ),h08:"Vrfavorit0 author? uuior Witched' kuowSr' Wtehell? Don't think I used ma i. i . 'u winter th Garlic Iu AimU-tif. t'urlio camu from a,;.. ,,,, elUCO tho on..,!. ..t . : . ,."''" L" U of bo ,ii ;:r,' V,"l'",ua JVl't and was used v oth n,."1 man sohii,,,., , , ... , - ru lv "u'l I'O- -iiiii surican feaaantu. LMltlHg by . .,. . A country editor puis t'v , i.f ' t- dn-t agree wi .. ,,.d',?. you as didn't drop y,ni 7" lI,!li:'- ' wo Journal. lu-l,"!-t- Ccrdtn, (Neb.) tjus mmm mm never Faiis convinces ,F,4l llT'", bni;,-ri:'1 W cri Hosnm.MAss. N H Aiiww. ?'' 1 s Auenc., '" ''cd by niaifivl&Il ft Mm; lb III: I It0' Afeolatelyaflcfperrn-.T.;. ey a new saentihe aM .. . . ,' men,. No poblidtyl iV" restramt. Can be given scJr-'-v treatment" scheme. i;'" 41 Cast 2 Street, f,-;,w v r ;a9J.iys' -'-'s? St'eat-' c!;..r.s no A o "free . '" aditrtfsa ia To the Ladies. " tiw ZX'T'" "r ""'-ii.s i.i - . i'r... ,.,"!!.r",i'!!''-- '.:. sav. i-oiv v '" ."" "' "' 1 (III reeoiiV ,. " , '" 'X'tlOlll ol -i p i;ilm.'!V:;!;i;v!'.::at,., also liov , '".''I "KNM.t; I SlV m'. , ', ' , '" ,:,'w ' KX l' s ,i 1 , :,Uy' Mi;i;ivM' .-;,.,,; . , ' H 'i'''' -ter, Mas,., ,x .; ... U1" '"lap lor pii.e list. fFBSBa,,. .... . ; City. If nuu. """i'ie.V.f" r'1 i" v4 enacted?, .?"0--T !t;lr1 A.lepnta.i ' l'" h':0anM,oapital. ! old kin,. ,,t- i,. . . :i M,;'11 I'cfnro the. .1, - "'.liUA ""y might oil',.,. von wisi, . .... . "Moi'KK.VTl.Wor. jt 'Tplv lo the l!( )(llv TF.r.E assist- ' sinonrlce oil e "t '',-.' b?3. 1,110 1 Ji, 11 ii p "-'a " miir. J' : l.'il 4 ,i i 'I '". You ('on '" ar.,1 tiie sail M H )H-fiT to e ... ffTv-H ibeni or en. i? . ' c ' - .'I O' -. . ' . f;c V -' . , , , ,s 1 ' -'. S - ' 1 . i ' ''.lit, t-Vdiv.'; -s S . 0 I-.l'l. ililll les.e, tilt, I .. ,. . . - n u t)r grent lici.li, u. '""'od to tho yeith burin 0111 luuu t at hif, si(ll j , 0,1111." take, brother Eoveroigl, Ud 1,11,1 mi eountiy ( ereorLov i. that their Frincu v r,cu, mil tone, j !0n in J or n. .-.-u,,., v, - ; :" -, r-,Wr '' .l.k,--'v; !, , ra J. " - '--b-i?i. '-,;.; .' , ,: '-i i-.w-.iw-,'.: . . MUSI AT A BARGAIN. av lL?,;ll.,.,1'l,.f!f,,, 'ill he -, , it Voile:,,,,,.., '"'""'I't of live -,,,,, .,:- '''-M,sn,on.!r7;,-tlds1,,,sie. A., ''-'vkv Mnvrir." - '-" SI.. N,. Yorl.. SZ IhBV"Ha,8Alm,-Bo V mi, Allitinv, N.