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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 17, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaKail Oad time tables. I Enny a k. K. Bast. 7.11 a. M. 10.17 a a 2.21 p. M. 5.50 a a 10.17 a. M. 8undayh. West a. M. 12.16 p. M. 4.81 a a 7.51 Quot 1.81 p. M. 1>. 1j. A. K. East. 6.57 a. M. 10.10 a a 2.11 p. M. 5.43 a a w kit. 9.�o a. M. 12.44 p. M. 4.8.1 Quot 8.87 Quot 6.57 a. M. 5 43 p m 12.44 p. 6 37 1 Piula a heading k. H. North. South. a. M. 11.24 a. M. 4.00 p. M. 6.05 p. M. Bloom Street. 8.05 \ m. 11.22 a. Ii. 4.02 p. M. 6.04 p. M. J. J. Brown the Eye a specially eyes tested treated tilted with glasses and artificial eyes supplied. Market Street Bloomsbury a. Hours�?10 a. M. To 5 p. M. Tee phone 14 50tenti anneal the tenth annual of the training school for attendants was held at the Hospital for the insane july 10th. The class this year numbers Nineteen and is one of the largest yet turned out at the institution. Being surpassed in size Only by the Oue last year which numbered Twenty. The exercises were very interesting amusement Hall on the occasion being comfortably filled. A Large number of friends and relatives of the graduates were present. The bulk of the audience however As usual was made up of orderly patients. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. N. E. Cleaver. The address to the graduating class was made by Clarence l. Peaslee of Williamsport. He took As his theme a Power and aim a showing that it is Only when these two Are properly joined and United that manhood and womanhood rises to their True dignity and the highest results Are achieved. The discourse was full of excellent thoughts. Power or aim each without the other is useless. No person lives without an aim but the aim to be a True Oue must have something of the infinite something of heaven in it aspiring to search out troth and to be of service to others. The speaker cited the great Nai it Oleon As an example of great Power coupled with Low Aims. Through the Force of his Genius Nap Olean could have advanced the civilize Tiou of Europe a Hundred years but his aim was Low and he chose to be a conqueror. Bring your Powers up so As to be commensurate with your aim to lower your aim to meet your Power is the part of a Coward. Or. Meredith conferred the diplomas in a Graceful Little speech. With the present class the number of trained nurses graduated at the institution is 136. Or. G. T. Smith awarded the prizes. These Are of Gold three in number for the highest average in study. The first prize was awarded to miss Jean Belle Munro second prize to Harry e. Conrad and third prize to miss Clara m. Becker. Miss Perry Conway received honorable men Tion. The orchestra belonging to the hos Pital played three selections and miss Bradley rendered a piano Solo. The music was an enjoyable feature of the at Hunters Park. Now that warm weather has Conn no doubt to stay persons who take Delight in camping oat Are beginning to plan their annual Outing and Are casting about for a suitable place for pitch ing their tents. Camping out is not indulged in to the extent that it was a few years ago when from june to september there was not a week that did not find scores of our citizens including whole House holds out of town living like primitive people under tents half hidden in the Wildwood along the River above and below town. The increasing popular Ity of our two excellent Parks has no doubt to some extent been responsible for the apparent change of taste in those who love out of door life. The Parks Are very liberally patronized by those who desire a clays Outing. Where cottages have been provided they perhaps enjoy an increased popu Larity the accommodations being much in Den and by those who wish to spend several Days or weeks in the Grove. Messes. De. Seidel and Harry g. Salmon with their families each occupy quarters at Hunters Park or. Seidel having resided at the resort for nearly a Mouth to picnic. The members of Danville Circle protected Home Circle have been invited to attend a Basket picnic at Island Park saturday. It is to he held by Sunbury Circle no. 64,and invitations have also been extended to the circles at Lewisburg Milton Muncy and Watsontown. The program will consist of athletic sports wheel harrows races sack races and other events. Music will be furnished by an orchestra and an enjoyable time is assured those who a woman a life. To have Given up would have meant death for mrs. Lois Cragg. Of Dorchester mass. For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough. A often a she writes. A i could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak. All doctors and remedies failed till i used or. King s new discovery for consumption and was completely sufferers from coughs. Colds Throat and lung trouble need this grand remedy for it never i Sapik ints. Cure is guaranteed by Paules amp co. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles again scheduled the Strong Springfield team of sea in Okiu is again scheduled to play with the a Obi timers on saturday july 114, at Dewitt spark. This will be a mighty interesting game As the Spring Fields Are the Best hitters that Lois been on the local foe a big Day the general committee of the Odd Fellows lodges tenders an invitation to All friends of the order to quite with them in making tin annual picnic a grand Success. The Date of the picnic is wednesday july 30, at Dewitt spark and an interesting program is being arranged. Dinners and luncheons with Coffee Tea and iced Tea will in sold by the committee at a minimum charge to accommodate those who do not care to be bothered with baskets. Hacks will be rim to and from the grounds at five cents per trip. Baskets baby carriages tables chairs and hammocks will he carried to the grounds and returned free of charge. Places where the baskets etc., can he left will be designated in tin morning news of wed tuesday. A full hand and orchestra will play in the Park Troin 14 a. M. Until 10 p. In., and the Park will be illuminated. No regular dancing will he allowed hut the Pavilion will he used for the May pole dance by the thirty two girls and Hoys who made this March such a Success in the cantata of Queen Esther. There will also he a chorus of voices from different Church choirs and solos by some of the Best singers of this City and South Danville. The first Ward juniors Are eager for the Day when they will meet the i. O. O. F. Nine on the Diamond at the Park. This will be a great game. The Odd Fellows will Wear High silk hats and White gloves. The chairman of the committee asked the Captain of the juniors if the regulation Hall would not he too Large for tin Hoys to handle. The Junior sturdily replied a now doubt you worry about us. Get any size you want we always manage to get around the the Park and All its amusements will be free. Stands of All kinds will be Tun for the accommodation of those who wish to Avail themselves of these greater than Supply. This is the Busy season among Farmers who Are in the midst of Hay making Aud harvesting and As a consequence the Curbstone Market is not so Well attended As it will he a Little later on. Unfortunately for the town residents the demand for farm produce is greater than the Supply Aud prices Are High. The recent Rains have clothed every foot of pasture land with a Rich coat of verdure nevertheless the Price of butter is still up to is cents per Pound a striking contrast to some former seasons when the Price was As Low As a shilling. Eggs too remain High few being sold below is cents. Blackberries and raspberries Are plentiful healthy look Uganda luscious retailing at 10 to 12 cents per Box or for 25 cents. Huckleberries Promise an enormous yield reports from Snyder and Union you Utica and from the Backwoods nearer Home indicating that on Market in a Short time will he deluged with them. Early potatoes show up splendidly. These which Are mostly sold in Small quantities bring 16 cents per half or 8 cents per Quarter peek. The potato crop for the present season is assured and unless ruined by rotting As was the Case last year the Price by autumn will fall a optionally line lot of Early potatoes in Market. Tuesday. He Lias a very larg it crop on monday he dug forty bushels Aud yesterday sixteen bushels All of which he disposed of very readily. In addition to the above the usual variety of Garden vegetables May by found in Market in plentiful quantities and commanding prices which constitute a Good return for the labor bestowed in growing them. Apples Aud Green Corn will soon he coining into Market. The latter will no doubt be a prolific yield which is Good news to most people with whom Green Corn is a luxury most highly a big Day in Danville. The Crescent band of it. Carmel composed of striking miners was highly pleased with the reception of tin Jie Ople of Danville last week. The it. Carmel daily news has tie following to say concerning tie trip Here a last Friday manager Roberts loaded his Crescent. Band into a big bus and started for a Day out. In a few hours they rounded up in the prosperous Iron town across the Hills. It was soon noised about that a baud of Good musicians from one of the Coal towns was in Danville and tie people flocked to the streets to hear the music. A popular airs and Good old fashion id hymns were played on the streets and in the Iron Mills and other fact ories. The Jie Ople in tin Mills showed their appreciation and their sympathy in the strike by substantial droppings in the contribution Box that was hastily improvised by an enthusiastic Danville admirer. Gold and Silver and greenbacks were among tin findings in the hat when the collector made his report. The hand Hoys an jubilant because of the warmth of the greeting accorded them by these total strangers. A a preparing Coal for toe Market the digging of Coal from the bed of the Susquehanna River is an Industry that has Given an impetus by the Anthracite Coal strike. Those engaged in it do not worry about unions leases or operators. There Are a few Danville people who bring up Coal from the Bottom of thu River hut at Sun Bury quite a number Are at work. Just above the town there Are five Large boats fitted with dredging and hoisting machinery and they get out from Twenty to thirty tons per Day. The Coal has gotten into the River from the Luzerne county mines and has been carried Down by the action of the water almost a Hundred Miles from where it was Nii cd. The High water of the past few weeks brought Down hundreds of tons. The most of it lodges in the North Branch above the Northumberland Bridges. This is partly caused by the action of the water against the piers and partly because the Junction with the West Branch Hacks up the North Brunch and the Coal settles in Aliaj the diggers Call a a Fields or a pockets. A North of packers Island is another place where considerable Coal is found. It extends in Long narrow lines and Many tons Are found in these at the canal Selitte of the dam below s i Bury is another Good location for the diggers. Very Little is found below this dam but at Clarks ferry Only a Short distance above Harrisburg the dam there Stovis considerable Coal and makes digging profitable. Coal digging Lias been an Industry at Sunbury for some years hut the demand Lias been increased by the strike and prices have advanced. The old adage of a carrying coals to new castles is exemplified now As Coal is Shiji died from Sunbury to Wilkes Barre. A Sunbury Digger has entered into a contract with a Wilkes Barre Coal dealer to furnish a Hundred tons of a River Coal. A it is a curious sight to watch the River miners scooping the Coal out of the River. The pieces of Coal Are All worn round or nearly so. There Are no Shari Corners and tie Brilliant gloss Peculiar to Anthracite Coal Lias All been worn or soaked away. The Coal is taken out with Largo steam shovel the Stoiu a Are picked out and the Eoal then run Over screens to sort the sizes this is a fac there is no question about it. Its a Plain statement of facts. Made by a Danville citizen. Mrs. M. Fields of no. Pis Pink Street Danville. Pa., says i have been Lith ered a Good Deal for some time with a nervous in Ligy Sti ii Ami was feeling poorly generally. I did not rest Well and had frequent nervous headaches i got sgt meow or. A. W. Chas s nerve pills at gosh s drug store and used them and Felt that i received a very decided Liene tit. I rested better and Felt up Ami better or. A. W. Thaae s nerve pills Are sold at 56c. A Box at dealers or or. A. W. Chase Medicine co., Buffalo n. See that Jim Strait and signature of a. Vav. Chase m. D. Are on every package awaiting the company s reply. Many inquiries Are Inadi concern ing the undergrad crossing which tin p. Amp r. Railway company signified its intention of erecting on Walnut str Otas Long ago As last summer and for which a preliminary Survey was mad at tin Tun. As the situation stand. At Jire sent when traffic on tin Railroad is up to Normal tin two Crossings West of the station Are blocked a great Deal of the time. The inconvenience of our citizens at that Point is a twit told tale which it is not necessary to repeat Here. The construction of an undergrad crossing seemed to Promise a solution of the difficulty. The Borough in building the Culvert on Walnut Street last fall gladly Mot thu Reading rail Way people half Way in their project adding much to thu culverts cd pens in order to conform with their plans for tin proposed crossing at that Point Borough solicitor was instructed to with tin Reading rail Way officials to learn what their plans Are in the matter. Their ready which will evidently in made known at the meeting of Council on Friday night is being awaited with much interest Artesian Well completed. The work of drilling at the Artesian Well at Fousty a brewery was Discon tinned last evening the Drill having reached a Dewith of 130 feet. An abundant Supply of water has been reached which fills tin Well to within Twenty five feet of tin surface. Or. Foust thinks the water will Jirovec adequate to All the demands of the brewery and will a proceed at once to give if a trial. The Well is located inside the brewery almost directly beneath a Large tank under thu roof into which the water will he jumped. Coming from the depth it does tin water is naturally both pure and cold essential qualities that enter into tin manufacture of Beer. The product of tile Well will also he used in the manufacture of the ice required about the brewery taking tin Udac of River water which owing to its warmth at this season proves very undesirable. Altogether thu Artesian Well will add very much to the facilities of tin baskets can be left. The Odd Fellows Jii Cuie committee has designated tiny following places where baskets etc., can he left on the a Lay of the picnic july 30, to a in hauled free to the Park. South Danville Resi Deuce of Oscar Shultz Danville first Ward court House second Ward Tore of a. Larue third Ward gear Harts store fourth Ward Corner m Bloom and Ash streets. The East Danville hand has been engaged to furnish music at thu Jii Enie. A have by some surgeon shy lock on thy a a Barge to Stop his wounds lest in �1�� bleed to death. A a people can bleed to Letb. The loss of blood weakens tin holy. It must follow that gain of Ltd gives the body strength. The strengthening effect of or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery is in Large part due to its action on tin blood Mak ing glands and the increased Supply of pure Rich blood it produces it is Only when the blood is Indio perished and Ini pure that disease finds a soil in which to Root the a a discovery purifies tin blood and makes it antagonistic to Dis a when tin Lindy is emaciated the 1 bugs Are weak and there is of latinate lingering cough. Quot Golden medical discovery puts tin body on a fighting fam to. Ing against disease and so incr ases the vitality that disease is thrown off and physical health perfectly and Perm a fitly restored. It has cured thousands win Wen hopeless Ami helpless and win Hall tried All other Means of cure without Avail. Twenty one one cent Stamps to cover expense of mailing Only will obtain a copy of or. Pierce s common sense medical adviser Loos pages in Majier cover. Semi thirty one Stamps if cloth binding is preferred. Address or r v. I Rcd Buffalo. N. timers lost in toe eighth the Story of the game can he told in two innings. In the one Danville made All its runs and in the other Berwick clinched the Victory. This is the tale of tuesday s base Ball contest at Dewitt spark Between the a old timers and Berwick. The visitors from thu ear town had a Strong team and deserved thu Victory they took in thu eighth fingered Smith was in thu Box for Berwick and held Danville Down to four hits. Bell was a trifle wild and was Pouch in for eight hits. Thu sixth and eighth innings really constituted the whole game. Danville dial nothing until the sixth the visitors having scored two runs by that time. With a whirlwind dash thu a old timers sent out four hits and tied thu score. Hummer who was first at , Iliad. Out. Then Bill singled and took second on a hit by Hofts a. Derriek struck out but Bell was brought Home Oil a hit of Annne a Maui a. Ross caught the leather and Hoff a trotted in. Donovan struck out retiring the Side. This was All very expiring and roused the enthusiasm of thu audience to a High pitch. Both these runs were earned. The eighth was another matter entirely As it was All Berwick a Way. Brady got first on a hit stole second went to third on a wild pitch and scored the winning run on an error by Ross. This ended thu game thu detail of which is As follows Danville a. R. H. O. A. E. Hoffa la 2 1 1 12 0 0 Derriek 21� 2 0 0 2 4 0 a Minerman of 4 0 1 2 0 1 Ross 3b 4 0 10 3 1 Donovan is 4 0 0 1 2 1 Davis if 4 0 0 1 0 0 Shannon of 4 0 0 0 0 0 Hummer c 3 0 0 5 2 0 Bell j .311110 30 2 4 24 12 3 Berwick a. R. H. O. A. E. Carey of 5 0 0 2 o 0 Merkle 3b 3 11110 Landis is 3 0 2 2 3 i Chamberlain c 3 1 1 8 2 0 Smithjr 3 0 0 2 2 0 Brady la 111700 Laubach 2b 4 0 2 3 0 1 Keller if 4 0 0 2 0 0 Davis of 4 0 10 4 0 30 3 8 27 8 2 Danville. 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0�?2 Berwick 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 x�?3 earned runs Danville 2. Sacrifice hits Derriek 2, Landis Smith Brady 2. Struck out by Bell 0, by Smith s. Bases on Halls off Bell 2, off Smith 2. Wild pitches Bell 3. Hit by pitched Hall Brady. Left on bases Danville 3, Berwick 5. Stolen bases Hummer Hoffa Laubach Heller brads Davis. Umpire Curry. Time of game 1 hour Aud 25 assist the Outing fund. On tuesday of next week unless jeans miscarry a very interesting base Ball game will he played in this City thu proceeds of which Are to he contributed to the children a Outing fund of philae Elijhia. The plans As explained by mrs. James Scarlet the print 1"�?~l\lir Nan team made up of very Little Hoys will Challenge another juvenile team not As yet decided upon the game to 1m Dayed on the Date named above on the Lawn at the rear of j. B. Mccoy residence West Market Street. Tickets admitting the Holder to the game will he sold in Advance at 10 cents. Hundreds of poor children of Phila Del shia Many of them sick or crippled Are every summer Given an Outing at the sea Shore Aud thu Money for the Pur Jiose must he raised by just such or similar Means As above. In philae Elijhia Jorch parties among children Are a popular Means of swelling the children a Outing fund. It is eminently i Rosier that the interest of the Little boys and girls should be enlisted in this Noble Charity which has As its object thu Relief of other children whose lines lie in the dark and Unap Jim places of Earth. It will Giudic within their bosoms the tires of Somji Atli and help to make them charitable and self sacrificing in disposition. Thus the Little Hoys will give away the entire proceeds of the game. A kind and Somji Thetie Public Are relied Urmin Tii a patronize the affair very liberally As Only a mite is required from each. The game Dayed by these Little Hoys Are by no Means void of interest As May be imagined. The contest next week especially will be Worth Sale postponed. The sheriffs Sale of the Natalie Colliery which was to take Atlace yesterday. Has been indefinitely Post Mcd. The Toni Jinny claims that it is not insolvent and will be aide to july the debts when Eoal is again Jet on the Market. The attorneys for the creditors consented to a . The company officials say All the indebtedness will he liquidated when the Colliery Vio Toey Bloomsburg came but did not conquer. The game of Friday afternoon at Dewitt spark lacked ski Erial features and was not full of the san Jimiy playing that makes Hap Jim the base Hall enthusiast. An Nerman was not in his usual form owing to an injury to his thigh hut in managed to put u a Good game. Malay s Arm was a a out and his pitching was not us it to the usual Standard. The visitors made five errors which of t them thu game. Then were some Good hits made Derriek and Coffman having two baggers to their credit while Bingham knocked out a three Bagger. In the last half of the third inning first baseman b. Shaffer of blooms Burg had his left ankle sprained while sliding to second base. He was trying to get into tin base feet Foremost when his left foot caught and was turned. He had to retire Aud his place was taken by Richard Goodall formerly of this City. Bloomsburg scored two of its runs in tin third inning and added another in the sixth. Nothing More was done by them in a run getting Way until the ninth when they Jet another Man across the Home Pilate. Danville made a Good Start in the second by scoring three runs. Two More in the seventh and one in the eighth made Uji their total of six. The following detail score explains fully How the game was played Danville. A. R. H o. A. E. Gosh. If 3 0 2 2 0 0 Bingham is 5 1 2 0 <5 0 Derriek 2b 5 1 15 1 4 Ruimerman of 4 10 0 10 Ross 3b 4 0 2 1 3 0 Davis la 5 1 1 13 1 0 Shannon of 5 0 0 4 0 0 Hummer c 3 112 0 0 Maley a a 4 1 3 0 0 0 38 6 12 27 18 0 Bloomsburg. A. R. H. O. A. E. Coffman is 5 12 12 1 Reichard,2b 5 1 3 3 2 1 Mchenry c 3 113 1 0 Clayberger 3b 3 0 10 1 0 Price of 4 0 0 4 0 0 Gilbert i 3 0 13 4 1 f. Shaffer if 4 1110 0 Lyons of 4 4 0 2 0 0 b. Shaffer la 1 4 1 2 0 1 Goodall la 3 0 48 0 1 35 4 10 27 10 5 Danville. 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0�?6 Bloomsburg 0 0 2 0 4 1 0 0 1�?4 two base hits Derriek Coffigan. Three base hit Bingham. Struck out by Maley 2, by Gilbert 3. First on Halls off Maley i off Gilbert 2. Wild Jitich Gilbert. Stolen bases Miner Maii 2, gosh Coffman. Sacrifice hits gosh a Minerman Clayberger. Hit by Pitcher. Hummer Mchenry. Injure Curry. A Tunnel episode neighbourly advice. Freely Given by a Danville citizen. When one has suffered tortures from a had Back and found out How the aches and jains can he removed advice is of untold value to friends and neigh mrs when they know the statement is absolutely Correct. The follow ing neigh Lorly advice comes from a Danville resident or. Thomas Lewis 513 Mill Street says a for years i had a lameness Over my kidneys and aching in the Small of my Hack. I used Many remedies trying first one thing and then another hut without being a cured. I Learned await Doans kidney pills and read the statements made i by i Bojde who had used them and took according to directions. They not Only removed the lameness and aching but they banished the headaches and Deji Ressing feel ing. A for Sale Lay All dealers. Price 50 cents Foster Millu irn a a it. Buffalo n. Y., sole agents for the u. S. Re Merlier the name Doans and take no substitute strange Story of Thomas Hogan. Thomas Hogan a Miner employed in the it ill fated soft Coal mines near Johnstown where some 2 4 4 miners thursday lost their lives through an explosion of Gas passed through Danville Friday afternoon on the Way to his hone at Nanticoke. To a h. A a a Muer townsmen who a Pix tied to he Oil the train he Cejda Ucil How lie came to escape the terrible catastrophe his deliverance being nothing Short of a providential. Hogan is an Anthracite Coal Miner who when the strike went into effect along with Many others sought work in the soft Coal Region. For some time Piast he was Ems Oloyed in the ill fated Cambria mines. N thursday to received a Telegram calling him to his Horny in Nautie Oke. In rest House to this he came Uji out of tin mine hut had no More than reached the surface when the fatal explosion of mine Gas occurred which dealt sure and terrible death to his fellow workers under the ground. Hogan remained on the scene rendering what assistance he could until Over 80 dead bodies charred and soot be Grimes by the deadly fire Damp were brought out of the mines and Token to their Homes. He describes the scene As distressing in the extreme. Hundreds of women old men and children hover around the mines groaning in the agony of uncertainty and sus Jense or shrieking and tearing their hair in a wild frenzy of woe As the mutilated features of a loved one Are recognized in tin mass of charred and blackened bodies brought out of the mines. Hogan was so overcome by the spectacle that before leaving for Home he sold his tools at a sacrifice determined to have nothing mom Todo with soft Coal mining. What makes hogans Eso Ajie All thu More remarkable is the fact that just before the Anthracite strike was declared while working in a Nautie Oke mine lie est Ajeil death in a most terrible form by Only the breadth of a hair. An Accident occurred in the mine and he was Imir ironed. Rescuers were at work hut he was far out of reach. The Hla ekness of Midnight was about him. Days Biassed and death by suffocation and starvation was staring him in face. At last when the end was near at hand tin rescuers reached him Aud he was led out into the Light of Day after having been Imir ironed 68 hours. Enji Prience such As hogans strikingly illustrates the perils which attend a miners occultation. Done to fail to try this. Whenever an honest trial is Given to electric bitters for any trouble it is re common Ltd a for a per Mauet cure will surely 1m effected. It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and Imp cos. Stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves Aud purify the blood. Its a wonderful tonic for run Down systems. Electric bitters positively cures kidney and liver troubles. Stomach disorders. Nervousness slew a a Les Ness. Rheumatism neuralgia and expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed by Paules a a co. It a 1 v 50 convention at Toronto. John Jenkins of this City is attending the International convention of the Iron molders Union of North America now in session at Toronto 1 a Auada. He is the representative of Danville local no 124 original taking a train recently on the Erie Railroad for new York i entered a drawing room car and was assigned to in at no. 6. Seat no. 4 was occupied by an eminently respectable gentleman with a Gray Mustache and no. 3 by a Rosebud of a girl whom i judged was his daughter. She Hud the prettiest pair of Blue eyes in the world above which tumbled in artistic Waves a mass of Fluffy Light liar. The Vermilion of her lips wus contrasted by a Little Black Patch the size of a Silver five tent piece placed directly under a Corner of her Mouth. It seemed to be insecurely fastened for i noticed that she occasionally pressed her handkerchief to it in order to make it stick. The father soon settled to his newspaper while the daughter seemed in disposed to Settle to anything. She was continually casting glances through the car As if looking for some one and whenever to train stopped cast a Quick glance at every one who came in. When the train moved on she would fan herself restlessly till we made the next Stop. Presently at one of the stops a Young Man carrying a suit Case got aboard and glanced through the car and i saw his eyes meet those of the Young girl. Though there was not the slightest sign of recognition i knew at once that they had met before. Seat no. 1, next the lady was vacant and in a few minutes the Porter Hud assigned it to the Young Man. The girl swung round so that her Back was to him and addressed some words to her father pointing out of the window but i noticed that her breath was coming Quick and her face Hud lost some of its color. The Young Man soon turned his Back to All of us took n novel from ids suit ease and began to read but from the number of times he turned to glance through the Glass beside him i judged that his attention was not fixed upon the Book. Ills seat the end one was next a Mirror and it was not Long before the girl though his Back was toward her was exchanging glances with him. A few Miles from the terminus of the Road it Jersey City is a Long Tunnel. Just before the train entered this Tunnel the Jporter attempted to Light the Gas in the Center of the car but had Only one match which was extinguished before he succeeded. Plunging us Der ground we plunged also into total darkness. When we shot out into the Light the Young couple were sitting Back to Back but horror of horrors the Patch on the face of the girl had been transferred to the Mustache of the Young Man this i could see by the Mirror. I have been in that sort of danger myself and have u fellow any Oue similarly placed. The father was looking out of the window the girl unconscious of the Transfer of her Patch was sitting with her face toward him the Young Many a face was exposed to any one who chose to look into the Mirror. How could 1 communicate with the Young Man unobserved i stared at his reflection hoping to catch his Eye but he wus so absorbed in the re Mem trance of the kiss he had stolen that his Eye was not to be caught. Meanwhile the father faced his daughter and began to gather up their belongings his face being directly toward the Mirror. Tapping him on the shoulder i asked him by what Means i had Best reach the grand Central depot in new York. While he was telling me i wus trying to catch the Eye of the Young Man. This talking to the futher and gesticulating at the Young Man at the same time were More difficult Thau grinding an Organ and dancing a Mon. M. X i. Ii to it Quot u1io the train wus rapidly nearing the station. Presently the Young Man arose to take his suit Case from the rack above and saw by my expression thut something had happened. I pointed to my upper lip and glared at him. He stood looking at to stupidly for a time then put ids hand to ids face and when he withdrew it the Ratcli came also. At the moment the Young lady noticed that something was wrong and Gluc ing from me to her Lover saw 1dm looking at her Patch on ids hand. Of the Crimson of roses the Carnation of Pink the Scarlet of poppies none of those wus Ever so Beautiful As the flush thut came upon the Cheek of this pretty girl. No Patch was needed to make u contrast. It flamed against the Ivory of her face u Banner of love unfurled to the gaze of All who to look. The Young Man Rose to the occasion. Rushing up Tome he grasped my hand. A Why John where did you Spring from Why did no to you let me know you wore on the train where do you Stop in the City a Between my replies i managed to pulp my card into his hand and he hurried Nway after the futher Aud daughter who were by this time leaving the car. One morning soon after i received an invitation to Dine with or. Ail mrs. Charles l. Chancey. I had forgotten the car episode and went to the dinner not knowing who were to be my hosts. When mrs. Chancey received me in the drawing room i recognized at once the girl of Tho Black Patch and her husband proved to to the Young Man who had kissed her in the Tunnel. It turned out that the Man 1 had taken for the father was her guru Dun and was scheming to marry her. His plans were frustrated by the couple who managed to elude him in a crowd before crossing the Hudson. But for my warning their plot would have been discovered and frustrated. The couple have since become my intimate friends. Maurice k. Bro Civett. A v. In no la a ii i a Iii to it. A 5-year-old in or in i. His absent father said a you i i a to see my Puppy papa he is getting i every a Jay and sometimes twice a Day a a Ohnery Neloa Needle in. A a done to you think Achsie likes his new Collar John a a How the Deuce do you expect me to Tell from Here go out in the kit Clem Ami see if his Tail is Styli Sli sprig Mel to any one who will mention tin Montour american and Send is 25 cents we will Forward immediately the pattern of an and Vanee Baris style for a Spring jacket. Address the horse Broughton co. Publishers of la Art de la Mode 3 Hast loth Street new York l ii Sof a Ait Elri mod. 8�5c Garden notes in tor saving act Liolin of oat Nuil the Home Garden on the farm will to appreciated most if it is not far from the Kitchen not Only because the vegetables May be used fresher but because the products of the Garden will enter More largely into the daily Bill of fare if they Are within easy reach. A head of lettuce for breakfast a dozen roasting ears for dinner or a few tomatoes for supper will oftener freshen up the menu if near to tin Cooke a hand. In Danning for the Garden a Long rectangle in which Julow and a horse Ull Ivator can be easily used is considered the us it to Date and labor saving thing. In one Siuli Garden rows three feet apart beginning at tin East Side of the Garden and running Lengthwise of tin area Wen Laid out by Means of a sled Marker drawn by hand a guide stake being it laced at each end of the Row to be Laid out and one in thu Middle. Three rows were Mark isl at a time and the drills made by tin runners were of just the right depth for the Jilan Ting of radishes beets onions and other Small seeds. Where these Small seeds were to be i lusted the rows were made Only Oil and a half feet apart by straddling the Marks already made. For planting the asparagus roots and thu potatoes furrows were opened with a one horse plow and for the peas with the plow attachment on a wheel Hoe. Radishes were planted with the jars nips Parsley Salsify onions beets and carrots to Mark the rows so that cultivation could begin before the Jants from the slower germinating seeds became visible. Asparagus rhubarb horseradish Cress lettuce spi. It it. Peas and Early potatoes were included in this first planting. For the next planting late beets and carrots cabbage and cauliflower. I cans Lima and Saddleback Wax spinach radishes peas and Sweet Corn were put in. Igniter Poji Ier and Tomato plants were set out. A Good part of the Garden was devoted to Vine Crotis the a a a is a farm Garden rows were made six feet apart and the Hills six feet apart for the cucumbers summer Squash and thus melons and eight feet apart for the Winter Squash and watermelons. The Garden furnished a full Supply of vegetables for Winter use. As Well As a continuous succession through the growing season. After harvesting the Early crops late crops were planted upon the same ground. The cultivation of the late crop keeps the ground free from weeds. Cucumber beetles were controlled by spraying with Bordeaux mixture and cabbage Worms by spraying with White hellebore. Precaution. A a that a a funny Hole in your a it May k funny but i want some a a n til Atlon. 1 Don t want to it it be Bald before in a nine years new York journal. Mere a a pm a Tvorik. Harry i wonder who said that Money the Root of All evil a of let of. Some unhappy Man who tried to marry for m o ii a a y a n d . Not that i nil a Well did y o u h a v e a heart to heart talk with your ii Nele a bout your future j a ooh no there was nothing in the least disagreeable about Oriental of Tull be. Weight for weight Oriental rubies Are valued ten to Twenty fold tin Price of diamonds t Lee let est come from t Lilua cedi ii and India. The an off Superry. So Many persons Are opera Ted upon every Day that it is quite a distinction a a go to lha grave All in one piece. Atchison Globe. 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