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   Leavenworth Crawford County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 8, 1894, Leavenworth, Indiana                                 E  SiÉcription Price Is  *_ Ooe Dollar Per ïeÉ  VOLUME XVI.  LEAVENWORTH, INDIAN UlURSDAY, NOV'/ BER 8. 18ÍM.  NUMBER  LIVES  Oí CouDlry Editors Aro Noi All Fuq.  HE CANT nm EVEIIYilODY.  Tba People T^ink Tbc; Own Him, Bis Timo, and All Tbat Is Qis, so Tbay Take Bim in and Abuse flim.  I'heri' w-I pers r.i pMnxiliility connoi tu't will) rhe i nmiing uf a coMiiirs newspaper th it its pre-teiiiiou- .iitti'.i) .li'itii c >nteinpor.iry fi.rtijii tlelVJ CiC.ipe>,'' -.aiil ;in IH uoi-. niial c lit.ir '.he •> !i r 'lay iti tliii rotn i;ia llie (iraii'l I'.icilic. 'On patr.Mi-^ know us liy iianie <iii-l l)y -i^lit ami 1 us t>) -tiict acCDiiiit f'lr t-v>;i t .11114 tli it a,)|>f 11 > in our cohuii i- -a.lvcrtisttmciits, reading notices, ¡jatent ,ila'e-, ctc.  •'A ftlioit tnno sin^e a fanner c«lie<l at rny oHicf aii'l in a aj^e orJerett his paper stupped, declaring It was dislioH'St aial unreliable t icy li.ivc h.rcd a jjrc.icncr, an.-!  overrun l^y visitors that I hiied the son of my foremari to sit in from of my otlice door daring certain hours of each day and refuse mc to a!l coiTimers, but hethreA uu the job after the third day, bein^j unable to crawl to his post of duty.  "Since then my ( ffice door has been open, even in tiie dead of winter, and the word, 'VVelcv)ine,'iii six inch letters hangs prominently on the walls. I do not dare tu have a "Wipe Vour Feet" map at the d or. Once I did put up 'This Is My Busy D.iy' cani, bul one of niy cu-<iom<rs di-ligured it with a (juantity of tobacco s[)ital, and the next vis^itijr piiUol it down Chu.aiío, Xov. 6.—"I have just and threw it in the waste ba,kit. ii„-tn ov. r the road fiom Moukden  "It it not as ea-y to gel al.in¿ with the church people as you mu\  ,1 . , . ' ie%ei. .xn oiiiy uiai oui me r iail  thinrf ; there are so m ny sects vou ' -, r  , , , , , , lalloids eveiy lacility for i.ie pas«-  see. I have It down tolerably h ie. |  iiiy wife beinji a .Methodist, inv r"" '''  daughter a ¡'resbvU ri.n. the fore j great wall near Pekin Th.-  VIEWS  Of Rev M. J. Walker on the Jap-Cbinese Trouble,  S:\VS THE .).\1'S WILL WIN.  For Over a Tear the bellow Biy Has Seen in China Taking Pointers.  Id .>han VJwang and it is perfect as lever. Not only that but the r >ad  Mi,.n a C .tiioiic, and I an Kpisc..- Ífo'^-fiore en (>aii.n I had cougratul.te.l invscll I  taat I ha.l t.ic th.ng d .ib i '" '"''V-  as pal as it could be, since no otii- r ,!  Mi.Waikjr has been st.uioned  O  CB  n t>  •Tí  w  CO  H  III"» ire had been kimlled because of S« l'Olire m the 'lo-t' column otreriu}; a reward of S5 for tlie re turn of an esiray t»^irier d >g. This ianiier had ch inc.:d to com» up with the amm.d and retiirue<l it, but the owner, lot h.ivin>( the money, w.»^ unable to make g »od hii pio nise, and my pittoi hehl fic acc')unt.tble I »r i ii'jrting the advertisement.  "Another subsciibcr stoi)ped his paper because a soothing syrup adveriisement by a loc d druggist faile«! to put his bawling infant to  churches were .cpresented in the i'" the English  town. Hut, you sc., the C iUsti ui- j «"^'^rnment for the last nine years have go- so nimuroiis tl.iough .he :I'-'^^sed through Chicago to-day  coming in ol the new lactory th.it j^^ ^is  ir cpoit. The Kev. John K Robson '  bold meetings in rbe Town n„|i ' a im^sion.uy from Tienkin, accom-  ; .r.le.e.i the pies,m m to j ,in them i  buthe s;,vshe-ll bc.l-1 it he does. '"""ih ago. bpeakiug of  and 1 told hnn .h.it wo.ld be h.s llx^^arMr. Walker said: il .al fate anvway Hu u a 1 übst,- ' J ¡n  nate cuss, ami as he gets drunk every Saturd iv night a ni il')esirt s'.ber up until .\I md ly mo, ning. |''""■li'i- f^r years she mayb.- they wuuldn't hive hi.n '»-is been carefully preparing herself  not only th it but she his carelully  foreign warlare t > prevent a repetition (if the revolution 01" 1S71 m  Hut he Miiisl offer him.ell, mirry in that bod,, 01 be discii.irge.l; f I campaign in China,  will nut ' toler..te rebellion m Mich l '>r over .•>. year draughtsmen and j an important matter as th s. ph-.tographcrs have traversed  '•1 like to t.dk about the freedo n ^^  grapliy of the country is better I known in Tokio than in I'ekin.  f the piess; il s junds big, and »Icep. One indignant far.ner tiird <.ives itiose wh . d m't know anv-  to cane me for cutf-ng olV his name nm.g about :t a h, di opinion of the ! 'œmman.iers know  éditorial pr.-iog.itive.lHf.blessyour """ espondents m .Ke a  sDul anil i>oil>' il don t aiuount to iiiuch oui my w.iy. I ij.ire not say i.hat (aimer ,Smipi<ins i.iises îiie  t'lgge>t s( jIIX the c )U itiV, ()!• ,  ,. , , 111. I l pi"sd)le onU in fall aiui spritig  ■ hit |im lonc s .speckl.-d lieu laid . - . . . .  ■t the expirati )n of hi^ lime, alleg iug that I imputed to him an un readiness or unwillingness t.> pay his honest Jebts  •'rhe«>e are, of course, exc» j>t ional .ases, but an entire cmn iiumty once boycotted me for a bar nh-ss criticism u|)on a »ocal g.ithermg made bv the lownship correspond-  iiiistake when they say that ibe winter will close the campaign, I have been ovt r the road at Moukden at al! seas'iiis «'f tlif year It is 'Ul-  t le biggest egg cvi-r seen; lor just sure as I did a hunilre I indili-  liant gr.in^'.'is would poui into iny < ti'.Cf, cacli one pre|)ared to prove  In wmtei it is in perf-jet co idition. ll the Japinere can cro^s the iiionntams before old weather and c ipMire .Moukden, which is the key t ) the whole situation, the comjuest is their-i. The 501 miles of good  cnts. It <bd not mike the slightest difTcrrnce to them thai the :hin<i'  happened tbiity miles aw iy. that 1 .. ¡-„j. „i.wspapir f llows arc j  cmid not have kn .wn the (acts, or ' ^d fiom .Moukden to the great  ■-r llirtt the arlicic hurt no one anyway jli .n the country  * They had simply m.ide up ^J.iors, but they do not h ive to  miiid» they didn't bkc it ami that ,i,pi,„n.icy one hall  h.id ■  wall at Shin Kwan can be covered I in a mouth.  .MAIL  was eoough Six fiee thinker^ <.ru;e called in a body and stopped tlieit paper becau-tc a 'plate' imagiaj.'i referred in a'pirit of pb-asantty to Ir.gersol! as "l'ope H;b. ' .\n en  tire reli^iouH body, each iihIiviiIumI Ht-r» (<•«• Nou as (°<iiii|t)irtMl Willi meml>er of it, severed bu'i!\sss a ut Oltu-n 1 Ini«'».  »octal relation» with me f <r publi -  cation of facts winch w is (bspiited by no one, that a preachcf of tlu-.r  iaith ha<i been guilty of .1 sh .ckm.; .. , . ,  „, , toksani iini>r.iVt nicnt, s.iul Adiu The villain had been sent '  crime  ll the p: Tteuti irv / »r it, bitt!iry  j^ij : " The real nghtiug of the war I will be along the line of one of the most beautiful shelving beaches in the worhl, thai stietches fo i too iiii'es between Sli in Kweii and Lar. Ilo. r.'ie Chinese are miss ing here buil,ling forts an<i preparing for ati.i^ks b )lh by land and __i by sc.I. Hy l.irid the Japanese have  ,,,1 1 I .1 ,;.id\:inced from Seoul to I'iiiK  "1 he mail very ice (d the present ^ °  iiiil fiom I'ltig \ ;ing to beyond the j river in a m.irvelous'y sboit  , sp.ice ol tune. The next battle will i.int gen K .liSius, l ues lay alter- in Chiii.i.  lioie b.is iii.kIc w()[pii-rl 111 stride'  \s if Ly by a pre  (.>und faul« with mc for m.ikmK the noon • 1 icoieMii.er well what the arrmged progiaui while tlie army  íac» public.  "One wouldn't c.ir»* f >t the st .p ping of a sut.sciiption. 1 hey c-iu not get along in the count!y w '.li OOl the local news, ami always, wilhin a lew weeks, the di'gtuntiid chap wdl cad ai .und m a * ¡eaking »ort of a way and renew, with tl.e explanation til It he " lo I't cue a 'tamal rap fur yom old sheci, but the old Woman is sich a (i il he kain t do v»ith> ut it." I he lr > 1: u-  thit cacft kicker msistv upon see  ing the rditor anil atnisin« i.mi The hirei' m.tn wdl not do. 1 his ; make* a very »elious diaiu on one's time and paHeuce Wi.ca 1  an |{iH>ii buuiored 1 ll.....it liiuil it  Ml much, but »oîucti lu-s I gt t out o( pjtience. .<ud H'rn liui- is truable. I lo»t uu teui,>< r », « u • chai: came aiouud 1 1 i.nu- 11-, so forttut m> «rif thil 1 k i Kc i ; i n  all the w «y do*ii stao . i i l .:.i,> the »irett. aitci * i«.i> I b ok< !, uvkO c inc i.vi-f In» lua>l iU- i ; ihr jnipUilrnre t" co iic .it >ini,i .i» •oon •» l>r was able 1 > w .ik .m i  put III J« bdI of il lor ti e ..iMr.  ««hich I w>«s lo >!i-;> en 11^!'. > liiW. t hr ungrau 10 \ u 1 waol pcr»il#«lc I t << <■ r ! ■ :  «Q I t«r I undc» t . ■,> fii r ,  • Oiir in -tu p s ■ O l ih > ■ ' fVl ml ol i vcry bo I , ■ id ; \ v > o . |,<-iif«l ,0 «h i>f 4' l- asi s< C ! '  «1 «|i<crt jic's 'ti ll I 't" rc«! l'I -i'  » p'iviti- ..flois, 11.^ otbvc I  h<Vi^'loK'i'l" ' »" llie ¡•«•■i;-.lc lull co'iu'jr. and t'l 'sr n i) > h n 1-iib|ir>bi(rl$' no»h;rn¡ rl-r 1 ' ! > ^ i. »lound and ch<n the cbtor li.r a hour or two, directing inni h >■»■ t run hi» pjprr. Ii i» ti > "•«• »av '¡j I^OU «roui I not ikcc fhr«e ra^.c".. Í • ' COuntty people wdl not »t*- m . pOMinj «»O «»I au« bv ' C» ÌV, -1 ; e4p«.:'«i:v by ihr cd:' .r wHcm v-,--, thiak thev own tî.t v -  Kribc lor hit |>apcr I'ncc 1 wa* ^ 1  i..iil sciv.te w.is dumi:; the ad- is m .vmg un to Moukden, the navy  111 11,illation iif l.i\ioi .ind I'liu'.ore, ! i iSp, 1 rt.is then ,i b .y if IJ .11) 1 was iinpl'iyid n .1 postolbcc lirik a" M bo,, ill R i<:i cou ity, in.dci <11 po'liii ivtcr (i-i)ige I!. I. i-t nil. Ill t !i 1 ' Î I y s '1 .• '.v .1 s t.» k e n o \ V t i I ' 1 1 i >, 1 .11 I I L' I ^  1 ir^es .iiid t'.f 111 I I 1 lie 1 !i iii'Üe I I i.i.nr ir.,-n Siiei :■> v,l:.- by Wa> ul j * = '-""i^"''«'! M Moi Kiiliiand and  A'iJei s .m. 1 Ir ! !>iuiiî. theiH e by I  i.Ul<| b.l.lt I 1 l.'UJIÎlli. .11.'I ¡1 'ilits; lirN Olili Iti J ìettiis wi-ie sciii :t A'.IS cot|vi,h-it-i a lug 111 id. ! he le'.icis wfii I fil \;¡i :i) siiii!. pack ..grs vviti; .1 Alii'r i.: i'!'''! -tinn;  .11 o i;ml then, a i l e i< !i pir'^a ^e '.ad t . !i ivi. .1 l.ibi-i attaclr--d i'lo.v-o.V -ll in\ i.'tfs ■.v,-ir prej)4id  S appioaching the great objective  p lint of both forces, Lm H >. .Alie.ni\ Toll .\rthur his fallen, and , 0111 L- the lap mese capture Chee | l o» h.iilioi they contiol t!ie ~¡tíi- I .(lioii, riie f Mitr.u't I'or g ).it skins ¡ Ifioin A iietii a tiieui , th it ih'j 1 iji- ; .luc^v V, ill b..i'>i' t!ie Colli ol a  ■ ,s  . I .V n in V 11 igc t I iie  • citi r . ».-If  ~ ' ■ <0 , ill ■ > ■ M «.r '1 Í i ' ■. '  ! ' e■ 1 ' ; ill-  0 i i' I .'<•', I"' ¡liar t 1 (!\i •>,■  • '.r j I :.i I . r  J.., -  J 1 ' .(-ill 's A :,. '. I ' ; 1 I r '  W.l^ ( .liver r I r  ■ 01 I t'l.- c  ■ o I s ; V < " '  i . r )\'-'¡ ' t'  1 w: i-r 'A' i^rs ¡aiiji-r  ..r to nr*-;  tli;.-  ■ Ill 1-  Kit of p' I it  "1.1 Mung Cdiang realizes the d.iigcTsofa winter campaign and  A.,'. II..w üi.ikr his l.f.id'iuailei s al  1. 1 1..1:, oll the only hue ol railroaJ I Ic.i lmj; out ot I'ekin Theic, be- | ! A ecu I.an Ho aii'l thf c.ipil.d, he ■sii! pfis,,n.illy I i^i luct a di-f'-nsive . .iM,..llg!l "  Socikiii ■ ol !iic feeim^ m ("nina,  i « ~  gcr.tle ne > si lU'd thil tnr tiinves vveie ju-rici.:iiy :ri btfvreiit  roMviel, 'iJ.v my j-lb Hit tile wAi. I-i I'v kin the ne .vi !!i tie inrk».;e ant 'tel igr.1 plic I b.tck Iriin I. md on. •■'11 ■ r.ii. b oth.c.  1 I  I  I.  hiil  \t -Mr K lb .Ill s r,t i!i )n m tiie m teiior .it luiikia. l. 11i>¡iean^ are iii  r.s .i'i .1 i i) .>,- slioet ' ''"b^i*"'- pr>ii;lam.ition  •i; t-ii.l ot < vi-ri, 1 Uicrel) stales that China is  tt'- «1-.I- KlUl  th.i -r  I I ll .1  p: I- '. 1 I i !:,.,■  : 11 th-: te •s . , ( f 111 . .1 1: i' i  Als .■  : ; .111 t : 1 • 'OA- s i i  S 1 OU'S-  » 1  r  I:,  snv.ided by foreigners, and all i..re:,.;ners arc treated as coinm.jn cue ¡lies I'i,,- gcntleuien report ; a; l-iir ip-.IIIS a'C becoiiiiig un  ,111 i lì. liii.ijgh tile empiic ' " i 1 : igs .'U i otliei scciel societies l'I p^Cj..'! n; f.ir a gieat iipr.sing I i^-iiii-; lilt I- .i;>.-i . , wilo is excei-d u;.-<. paai Ti.cx tiii.ilit ib-'.i-.r. I Ij.i.•..•.(• britcl th.iri CiNi. A .11 m Ciioi.i .\t ru n 1 s!ii ihr ! .Illy k-Dwlc- ¡ce the pc ijilc have oí  )ass  o¡ r 1 W»! is !m seciUg the soi iicís  \V(-!c ever sent I mg ila.ly on tiie grind canal. They  !:iro;.;'h the ¡nais. I'ransfcis of  •icha-i b'-r ihi'in^h the iiiiii was  'i^.^d oí  s imct'i ìli; un'Ica varficrswrrc gr-in 4-ly \ ouuj; men i etwccn .^nd and were alway v.irfi.-ri b- 1 at each -!■ [i; ing p unt  are apathetic and so peacefjl that  .a I  ' « '  of Citizen«, wh > were  they would rather run than fl^ht, I hc m^il as ihete are no telegraphic wire* in China :t would take month» it not year« to mass an army I<tTgc enoiigh to sttcceasfully cojk: With the plucky little Japancae  ; r »i:cr t.Mic ir tiie new» ir>.m {-omts 1 Vhc missionairie* left f'>r New |aloq¿ the route. ' {York at 5 o'clock ihi» aftcrooua.  W  n  w  09  W  CO  w  5Ö  o  M CO  o  o  A BATTLE AFTEK MANY DAYS.  In Which Two Brothers Fall Together.  I!Y J. !•:. M. RAY.  .\nd that evening on the lake he , fne last year of travels seem  i - t ill at ease more that usually. < med  m IN GÍUY, THE OTHER IN BLl  to  m iture her charms both ot mia i ' and body. Her beautiful creaniv"  ^ Grace looked surprised and there comj lexion his taken on a fa'p-fi^, w is an expression of wounded fee:-! rosy tint The graceful shouldera ings in those lovely eyes turned on h.id 1 .vt their j^irlish droop.  ONE DO'lAR.  Is acknowleiby all to be the largest, cheapest, newsiest p^.per, local and editorily, in Crawford or adjoining counties. It is read by every man,woman and child in the county and has a foreign circulation which few country iDapers can boast of. If you have anything to advertise and want it read by every one in the county advertise it in the  CRAWFORD  COa/HTY  DEMOCRAT  And it will certainly reach them. Its circulation is now 1,200 and increasing daily.  The Democrat has been published in Crawford county for 16 years and always endeavored to advance tlie best ideas for the beni>it of taxpayers and oitizens of the county. Its colums are always open to those wishing to use them for tha advancement of the town or county.  TllK  DEMOCRAr  OKI K K  Is now in such condition that we can do any and all kinds oi job work such as bill heads, letter heads, envelopes, statements, business cards, visiting cards, horse bills, sale bills, etc., on shor . notice and at very lowporices. All work guaranteed to give satisli ction, and will deliver work to any part of county free of charge. Call 'or send orders by mail. We solicite your work.  Office iQ Ellswor'h's Bu'ding  m  ¡ONE DOLLrIRA year;  w  w  03  H >  O  w 50 H CO  •-H  s  Q  w Ö  The Gray Eaired Fatber Tells His Story As He Sat Bent add Wear? at the Dnion Depot.  his face for a moment, which Curtis lliishes hot at remerbering. ller brother gathered the 1  r  03  W >  0  w  KÍ  w  1 o  as  w  >  a <J  en SÖ H  CO  S  Q SXÍ  n >  CO  o >  a  c n  The biittle of Skagg's Cove has escaped the attention of historians, it WHS a mere incident in the annals ol war, but to an old man who sat in the Union depot last night it seemtd as though the sunshine went out of the world that day, never to return.  He was watting for a train to ^ c^rry him back to his desolate home 'in the mountains cff Wise county, Virginia, after a visit to his sister in Illinois.  He lives with an insane daughter-in law as his only companion At the fo il of the hill where his log ca'iin stands near the spring, are two little mounds containing all th It remains of the two soldiers who lost their livcii in the battle of Skagg's Cove. One wore the blue, the 01 her ivore the gray Brothers they were, and the only sons of the old man who sat in the depot last nif^ht.  Hill SKaggs had gone to the West for he had heard that the soil there laughed with harvest and men rolled 111 ealth who went in rags when they flr^t came to the great El Doratlo. John his brother, stayed on the place, for the old folks needed him. The ""ather's shoulder's veie already bent even 40 years ago, for he is 90 now, and he had worked bard in liis younger years. No longer cou d he swing t'ns ax and m ike the mountain iicie re-  Fne s n.ill he .d with jt^ wavy' n I S ..1 go d w IS c .rried more erect'gl and stately. The iieautiful ey^ ¡beautiful spray of flowers and put'hai a dephts of intellectual know-¡tb-.m in her hands. Butsheseem.d -cd^. to t.ieir purity of ex-  lost to their beauty and fragianc. la fact she h.d bloomed  out into pei feet womanhood  B 11 ol all this Cui ti> knew n »th-, Almost wholtlv absorbed in" them. The golden l.ght had t.de.l self he ha i dawled away the two out and the very face of naluie was | year., in sdf indulgence simp'y "kill, so changed, that, to Curtis soft " .....  ard was unusually silent the r> in dnder of the evening.  An awkward silence fell between  , ing titae" with n.i thju.çht of the  breeze seemed chilly, and proposing | p,st and no care for the future to shorten the boat side for fear of; faking bfe a. it d.ifred to him. an unlooked for storm, he turned Having too .uucrt of this worll's shoreward. Phi.ip gravely as- ^ood need thuik or care for h-.raself senting to the move. p^i, . ^^  He had taken himself to task for ,,ame brings s-A^epin<r back th« his ill-temper toward Grace, «"d | „.emow of the last evening he spent ctme to the conclusion, after all, vvith Grace.  that he was immensly tired o! the He is thinking of how little he whole affair, and decided to goih„i thought of her or that sunset touring. So m the mourni ig afiet '  a non-chal mt call on the Harriug-  eve ling two yeais ago. And falls to wondenntr whv he had ever felt ton he left on a long tour of pleasure interest in her long enough to spend hi£ iriends s?.id he said "charge" a. or many evenings in her company he considered pleasure too h:trd for si e was the first girl of -sixt« to find an<l had ceased to strive i,^ ^ad ever spent"one hour ^ith of  hi= on volition.  Philip was not at home when he called, Grace and Miss Harrington  As he watches the golden western I'liht lade away he is conscious ofa  sound With its echoes. The mother now long since dead, was not  were. After the first flush, and a fcclinj; of lonesomenes and dis-a quion of the rosy lips, in heating S iii-faolion.  lit had call"d to say goodbye, Grace' lie wishes he harl gathered the raided, with wonderful strength of lb.wets hi-nsell f >r her and had not A'id in one so young, and gave no' spoken so ungraciously to the sweet  sign of pain rather to his surprise gu 1 __________  and chagrin. lie moves uneasily m hs luxur-  But after he left the young heart i ;ns seat, and tossing his cigir into with its first burden gave to a wild the dewy gra.;s beneath his window, burst of grief. speaks aloud in his impatience  When Pnilip came home and s;ning: f )upd her so prostrated, he was ' Thinking is no end of a bore.  the old folks at home.  They bad heard in a vague wav that a War was going on, anti that it' had already lasted lot two or tliicc  gn-atly alarm.'d. I will sen i her a boquet of the  He in his loving tenderness bad linesl il ).Vi.-is to he gotten, to m >r-strong, and had ceased to run her !r . v, to ,,tt m.- for my boar^hne^«'  spinning wheel, so John stayed with; "" worldly on th ,1 cv.niii.;, aad remem-  |C;ite. 'd.r uice o! ■'  I He had stiiveu to prevent ber \Vc!l m.iy he s:o[), staitled at the knowing one pang of soiro a . wor l re n.-mbr mce. j And, now. to think her heait h id ICvcry woid ard look flishVd vcars, but Uu-y were simole n.oun-!^^"<' I'ack as it it had been ye>ter'ay. Uin folks, and the government'""' lacked fo.j R ousing himseli with a shrug of the  seemed a loi g ways ofV to them. »i allowing "lhat soni 1-,s ,,.„ s he s dd :  John's wife, the bride ofa few '^"O'-ty I et" as he termed Curtis. ,0 : -VV:,;it h .s come ov.^r m.? I rer-  try his spells on this swoei II .wcr, t uulv must cons.iilt "old Saw B^ right before his very eyes: i.t o.iincy." So'cciljifl^-xhiust^be  lie writhed in bitterness -m b>r ' ,1 ^ ilieic\s a wrong somewhere I this blow. 'u Ver in my lite before have given  Scou'ging himself v\iih Hie h.,,t choughf to the greatest belle thought that all his fault, secmoiu' oi the day And here I liad I have  vMth gray uniforms rode up and de- fc "" .u en t vo hours ol time to-to re-  ..... . sougnt vir.ice, nu ni oi ri Oj,'. "  11 w Curtis seemed to lov • lo 1L-strioev-up and down his room  hear (irace rambb on In gith-h id tumbling his hair as if  conversation, turning a de if ear to (bMnented  ¡deeper su'^jects be. himself, was^ "lleigh ho! Curtis F..re8tCr  R libimi n t here's sotnethiog woe-  ii'onths, sang as she carried great pails of water from the spring, and All were contented and happy as the bees that 'azily droned amid tlif clover.  One day a small scjuad of soldiers  m inded food. It w.,s prepared lo'  theni and they dep.irted. In a few  minutes another squad rode up  wearing the blue Then fohn be  g: n lo le.ilize what the war meant. ' ''  ^ ! soeakmg on.  He didn't know the government at'  \\'ashin<';ton very well, but he did  know that he w is a Virgini .n,  ami that night, taking his riHe, he  joined the sipi.id of (.^jnleder ites,  who 11.id v-.amjied but a sboit iiis-  t ,1 n c e .1 w I \.  rii;; next day there iv.4s a sk ¡rmi.ih in the co.'e and both si les s 1 ^n witbdicw, each Ic.iving one of their iiiiadjei 0.1 tlie field. The) were the two hrotlieri. Their r.it'ur loiind them and give his  boys I n-1 d.  riic niotlur died soon aftc-rw.ird, the \ 011(14 wite became deranged, j wl.ile the old man, alihough he has j lived loll;,' p«st the iisu.il y allotted j tl'i.e, liM« courted death throUj'.h the long watches of many night The widow has an hullucinition ih.ii some day lier bi^sband wdl come  In sjicaking to Miss Harringlim („n-, w,„,ig w.th your anatomy; of what he consideied Curtis'he;.rt | will con-ult old S iw Uones to-mor-less conduct, he used some v'.:ry ix- iijw sure " said he.  ort!; fioiii tlij gi l. e, an I slij sits  bv rhc little monml lUv .n'ter <! u ,, ,11 II I ^ t-'i y Ver V sorrv  Here uu- blue and ihe gr.iy are • '  iiiiitcd, ilie ^.iiiii- stin tli.it nnloCKs  the u \ ti tieisol noithirn ster.ims  tiutures with its beams the vio'et-j  tiist giovv ii])on illese .Sovitlu-in t io.b~ w'ulc the de.ileilti-d woin 1,1 , ¡w.itcbes over her dc.id from t'le'  il.ivv.ini'^ of llic m-iMliii'^ .vlicil 'Í1.'  e.iitb is ui.ii'iied ill ur ly '  e.fi.hde when the skies hive li.iniH d toe b lie.  pressive epithets.  "Well, well, d. ar I'hibp. I t'link i s a good riddanct," said Miss .Miiy. whobad little sympithv for be morbid sensib li'y di-|il,iye I i j legiird to a person s!ie h.id . I \ -looked as ;i ti ill I u ' ' I < 1 n r.  "Ves," saiil Philiji with a di^ht smile. "It wou!d hai e been li.<c iimting the sjianows with tlie h iw .  I wjndered that (irace could tike even the slii^hted notice of such a purely st'ifi-h I'Uer, Hut tberc's no account'iig for a young ijirls taste, aiul Grace is such child, Mary  "The fact is"' replied .Miss Il.ir rington, drawing hers'-lf to lu-r I'lo' es' heif^jn', .Iti 1 closing her 1 in a i'.raii;!it decisive line, "I iv oiid It for Giiicc if -hr w,isn't so ext< eiucly sotv Io\ b i ■ S" f, Pllllip"  I'liilip smiled Ivoi.Hv. 1' t'l',- tin •  lie makes ready for his bath in « s.ileum in,inii.>r seeming' to have a vi i ll weight on his mind, and i- soon ill be l where he fall» tu (ire iiniii,; ol (> 1 ace  «.il.MMKK It  •■1 111 11 k Cuitis liiihiiurQ was r.iiliei surprised wvhcn he met you this mor.ling," snid Miss Mary 11 urin ;>on with an air of triumph. "1 IS .IS j)roii l or you, Grace, I  111 1st cmb'ss I wotdd not had you .Vunt '»f excite nent at  i mjt tir.g him for half my lonune." ILven a Ic-s enthusiastic per.sott I'l m .M;-. I [ ini igion uvght truly li \r f - t ¡ r de in the grace.'u! dainty tifile, r, s r Mi-idcd ont In ".s iiiddett I'V l ie r;rb 1 .ce dr i;);ry of the -Iv-a' wide ui (I0.V by which shC stood, vnip;)'ng Ihe ib-nd leavesfrom soiii ■ r i e pl.i Its, wli.'n Curtis eo* t'jve 1 I no r 10 n.  iieceiitiou "f the slate ot the casej . , ,  ' I A liR'ire peitcct msynrnetry ana  • li.l not keep the tend-r-beat ted brother ho-n i^omi; up to (i. ic'-toom lo liy the effect of penile p tingami caressing on the (b-CMH-o little viuiVerer. Am! wln-n Gr ire ifiei ward- 1 )st the .'e.u est 1 ieti 1 - | sli:; ever knew, bet briith:,r. sln.'| ■•vonden-d th.it she haver ealUd.i;,e ' o'her feeling soi tow.  Philip w.is killed in a raiir,,ad !  .1  y status But  I lOsf t » ■  .V^fl I i . IC.' S¡  i _  j ' Il 'lii o-.t .  j I;) ies '.vou'd !■. I li .'1 Iydi:' g ^o cold  j I'll 11  rheri- w s :i '.v II ID Ibish. a grace, .1 d..iotmes-! ab ;ii h.r tiiat gavo me ! ilie s une s-.ve-jt M-ns.' of j. leasure a»  ; or smile I the I I Idea - 1 quid  lU thoiih'. o or s lent «í  Fonr Big Sacc^ss.os  i  H.vj'ii; til.' I !• il>-il m-rit to III ri'  lü'iiimakl) i;mu.I mII ilu' advirli-i u i ltininl lor tli>-m, tlif ii.lloA'iiiK i.mh r-moii« - liav.- riMi-lied u p'ifii >1111-11 n  s .le. Dr, Kimi- New Discovery, r..r j irom which she so slowly. ih .t licr j j,, i,,,.^ her becaciC^^.^  . ..............................Hiid foMs. ^..-Ii .;-i>H0ad thinking chinge of sc. ne ■ ^hat tfcvl^tyi  I.oitl- ^u .r oitf. il-K eetrie • ^'Oi'l'l do mote g >od Ihan all t!;e ; „ .,„,.1,.^ ^^ ,, »hat w m them. '  sn.ne exqiiisiie tragr ince or tender ion the following spring ! melod v  Her lov. rs vere a'wayS the more  -h jckthic Grace into br .ill fev,-r  tiielcs chirn was that w^n them.. i' tlH. (jMMt r. m.ily for bv.-r, «timi.ieh 'Medicines he could ad.ninistcr. so j yg^y  Olli ki.liieys. Buckleii'H Arniea Shlv» 'hey have just returned, within ihe  i ihe Ijest ill thf worlO und Dr. Ki ik  t  i N"W Idf." PiIIh, which are a |»erieet ¡.ill Ail thi-s»« rt-me iie^ are gnHr;ui. ' ti-.(! lo ll.) iii«t wha» in riaiinwl for ' ('i»-m :ii.i| the dealer wlio-ie r. iii. ■ • ttaeli-il lier, with will 1*' glnd t" '» b K'u you ui'T.- »-f Hu m .Sold at <'<»ilins & Aruold'ü.  1st week.  to  j Wbi'.e abroad (irace fell heir , I vast estite, by the death of a dis .ml r. lativL' ot her inotiiei s an i is ■oubly Wi-lcon.e by the "gav slve I hundred,"thereby.  bil'jrent rather sileni, but she W»»^-'-"ab.v lys (irace" a/id alwar>s beloved " ;is H iriv Càriide. a youn» college -.'-..ì^:'^  )ver exorirs ed it And as no OH® . l'eii led it m »re luciply, ; ' !.-n K .iccepied ihs statement with- ;  Hit dr-'iiur.  . _____________________  i Cuuiiiiu^il Xext We«k.l .   

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