Pawnee Q County Republican. (Pawnee, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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•« mm mo it relimt.t. IS.u iia
HwfT.'V"'* ■,h'r' " «• loertlTa,
1 P"*i; iii«ry toiartona deal ran-
ba\e a fetal
termination, Hrichl'a dlaeaae. dlabru«, druo
ay. u-dema, in bat the mtgrowlfc* or B*£-
eeted lurllM or lb* Wwj, butler.
They ibniM he cbertrd ti lb« oalaet wilb lb*
Hittera. whiek will prete
niouainK lb* mat oi'Kana
place I bow vbo reaort to
on ibe aufi- aide. This niooanatlto"of aaMy
I • rial frvrr, nmoniHN and dyapepaia.
Tfcreo I'locaa orr or! an
"Tliat HpirgolqiulJfi is
"Well, one day there was a fire next
his plait', anil IiIn goods all got wet.
'I hen a cyclone came along anil lilew
Ins store down. When he got it Imilt
again u lire broke out an«i burnt it
I don t aee anything lucky shout
•'What! If it isn't lucky lo have a
water sale and a cy:lone Mile and a
lire miIk all in alx atoatha, j don't
know I ha Ural principlca of buai-
Fitted I ha I'laro.
Wool The conductor was impudent,
nnd I reported liiin.
^ an Kit -lliil he get discharged
Wool -No, they transferred him
to it place in which politeness ia
not required; they made him a ticket
seller. N. V. World.
Why Mho l.lbrd Him.
Klme Oh, uncle, I ain ko fond of
I'ncle- And why?
KUie—We always huve jam when
yon take lunch with us. Fliegcntlu
Tl.no To lli| Over It.
I taring—lloea your huaband
Mr*, tiay- Law, no!
been married alino-d i
latorral* of Enjoymoat.
Minkus- l>nn't yon Hnd your
forever i|iiarreling with you?
Ilinkuh c li, no. Sometimes 1 an
quoreiing with her. Chit-ago Itecord.
"Charles has an uiiconi|iieruble
"How does he allow it?''
"He was two hours unlocking the
front door curly this morn in;."
F.VK morning la
Hunker received a
letter. It ia not
audi a very unus-
In these ilaya of
?heap postage, for
an individual to
receive a letter,
that we have aeon
lit to chronicle it,
but by that letter
lianga a tale. It
came from Mr. Hunker's Aunt Mercy,
who resided in the little auburban
village of Tremont We will look
over our hero'a shoulder while he
reada It -a very impolite proceeding,
but the only one which will give ti* a
knowledge of the contenta:
Oban AriiitsTlia As warm weather la at
band aad the city Burnt be very bol aad ua
i nmtoruh f | write to you lo coaie out and
pose a lew weeks wlih ua at Tremont There
l Rood tlnkln - In tbe vlrlalty. and Oner walka
are not to be found anywhere than our city
can boost Also there are a host of pretty
fount ladle* here, which is no amall re com
mendailon, I lake It My husband's niece -
Mlaa Helen Hrowne a charming young trlrl, l<
spending Ibe summer Willi ua, so yon will not
he lonely. Please lei u« aee you early aeit
eek aa possible Vour affectionate aunt.
Min i t'oMvaaaa "
Auguatua read the letter, and tossed
up hia hat The very thing! Ilo had
just been wondering where he ahould
go to rusticate.
Would he go? To be aure. Helen
Browne-a pretty name -the Brat of
It. and aa for the family title it had
been borne, and was atill borne, by a
great many respectable people. Ami
spelled with a final e it looked very
well written, but wnat mattered it,
any way? it could 1m- safely merged in
the name of Hunker, Hnd who would
be the wlaer?
Tremont must lie a paradiae. And
he had heard hia mother aay that
Aunt Mercy waa the very princess of
good cook*. And good cooking was
not to be (icspiaed by u fellow who
paaseil hia life in a third-rate (ward-
ing-house, where fried mackerel waa
• treat. And boiled onions a luxury*
Those Hne walks? lie could cxniore
them with Helen. That capital Hah-
lug? lie wondered if Helen could put
a worm on a hook without aquirming.
Wouldn't it all lie glorious? glori—
Manifest) Itself In hot weather In hive., pimples.
•"' eruption* which dl*ll*ur« the
fore mm cause gtciil annoynn,,. The euro la
Hood's *« ■*
* <!«*%%%% parilla
found In Hood's Harsn-
pa rill*; which makes the
blood pure anil removes
all such rilsflgiirations.
II. also rIvcs strength, creates an appetite
invigorates the whole system, tlct lliaal's.
Hood's Pills are prompt ami efficient.
we WILL MAIL roSTMIB
ne l-anel Picture, ei
woeiaon Beicr Co
A llama Ml., Toi suo,
LADY or UcHltCBlfS WRITKKS vastM Til Ikfl
,, "ttt.lelly Home Work" lQ BO
a.Ulrc. .Ill, btnmp, |'| II, CO , IIollon, Ohio.
jflElvwyivriv « a.litnBlon.lbV,:
W '*«t war. ntt> i
ice 50CENTS. AIL DRUGGISTS
fl ||A W 9 4n«H ||M| m Mk In.
• '•"« t"<«o mi .... .« " iSi
OXFORD MFI. CO. SU W.talk in. CNIOAIOjll.
Suddenly liis castle* fell.
.lone* and Smith were making him a
suit of clothe*, and it was three week*
yet to the time they had promised
they should lie finished; and Jones
and Smith, though excellent work-
men, could not always keep their en-
gagements. Augustus remembered
with a shudder that It had been just
nine months and three day* after they
had promiKcd lo finish the !a*t suit
they hud got up for him. that thev
"Well, well," remarked Augustus,
"deuce lake the tailor*, anil deuci
lake the clothes! And I've not
a thing to wear this melt-
ing weather. I ean sympa-
thize with Mlaa Flora McKlitn*ey.
Hilt them urn roo.lv morto clothing
CMtahliKhmenU. Jenkins patronizes
them, and it'a a pity if they can lit
Jenkins, they can't lit me!"
So that very afternoon Augustus
called upon Mcs*rs. Pinch and I'ullem
and looked at their wares. Their
stock looked well there was no gain
saying thai, and Mr. I'incli warranted
th<*scwing to outla*t the cloth.
Augustus tried on a pair of lilat:-col-
Seems to ine they are a little
tight," lie remarked lo Mr. I'inch.
"Splendid fit, air. splendid!" return
il that enthusiastic gentleman.
Look ns if they grotved on vou! Not
wrinkle, sir! and. by .love! not a
single baggy look about thcin any-
where! And they'll stretch, sir.
felt wash Is the knee, like o.a who
naa taken a doM of tartar emetic
He rods to fail Aunt Mercy's beside
Helen, feelisy vary much like one In s
blissful dream. Idles the boy wa have
sll heard of -ha dMs't care whether
school kept or sot
Helen hsd such a voiee-and such a
liand- and wore auch charming bal-
inoral boots, laced with scarlet
Aunt Mercy was a real prlnca a-o
fairy god mother fully equal to Cin-
ile.rella *,be thought, an I he gave tlio
old lad.v such a hug round thu neck
th-it her collar-bone felt twisted for
two hour* afterward.
l-or three whole dnya matters went
on swimmingly. Helen and Augustus
walked, and rode, and played cheas.
and wound stocking yarn for Aunt
Mere}', and pulled the cal'« earn,
after the manner of young people
from lime immemorial.
Of course Augustus fell in lova, snd
of course Helen thought him a little
the nicest younir man she had seen;
and I'ncle Jack and Aunt Mercy
looked on approvingly.
On the fourth day of hia stay there
wss s picnic in Msple Kim. a lovely
grove by the side of Swift river.
Augustua drove Helen over. He
looked at ber pink cheeks and at the
pink ribbons |u her hat, and
**. . u'"!! brai,le" skirt over
winch her buff chain bra v dreaq
was looped-snd hia resolution
was taken. Itefore thev returned
home, he meant to know his fate. In
consequence of making this decision
lie was nervous all the morning. He
tied his horse by the handle of a din-
ner basket, put the blanket over a
stump instead of over Dobbin, and
said yes, air, to Helen whenever she
Hut a man who ia conscious of
standing upon the brink of fate may
be excused for making mistakes in
Augustus and Helen satdown a lit-
tle apart from the others on a inosay
hillock -close by the bank of the
river. The young man touched her
hand, which lay on her lap
"My dear Helen," he began, "it |(
needless to disguise the truth! t on-
cealments are " he had proceeded
thus far when a gust of wind lifted
Helen s hat. with the pink ribbons,
and sent it dancing off in the direction
of the river.
Augustus sprang up suddenly and
gave chase. He thought he heard a
strange sound, but he was too intent
in saving the hat to stop for mere
sounds. He stooped and caught it
going over the bank,
GENERAL NEWS IN BB1EF
PARAGRAPHED CURRENT EVENTS
OF THE WEEK.
Cleaned Irons the Pear Camera ef
the World and (ondenaod in Short
Perac raphe for the Coavenlsare ef
was killed by
C ill led Stales
.'.".ST. FACE ILEACII
k -r!""r.'",IM* ,k' f* • 'fco"*«i>4a nf ladi«a
to is dry | km
* til arid a ^tnpJe fco«lie, .f lv pdrked"
0,1 *'tv- "ca
*!•■ *« M rwnvss ,„ir, tusnltiMf
rfkr*, kKhia«f |v Iwdile, ami
" a f«u ttiai.%
A. RUPPCST,* 1.14th 8t.,N.V.0lty
r,r s,-,rKE" 'J w rnnt«l watrr
"n ftl.K KLKt^aiHriMirUliiif <ii«t.ai
ttvrrsi «an..-.ad.„. HrtR.re.if ImJUlK.M. \>S
vrr the*n<ir M«1i
* a nut if th« " I.rami
I t'aialmtua tr> a. A. .1 TOWRK.
W. L. Douclas
" 5 3.&> POLICE, 3 sous.
stno rod CATAL06U6 *
oaev by wearina Iho
Monclna t.l.oo Oboe.
' - ' ■ I <• n where
th v.ij, nt enttiuianroilH-rKiefer. Tak
smut . It; nirdealeri-aaoultui'iiijr/o'i,
lowrr pi-irea r.-r
Asit hi: «tvt is.
Itrctch to your form -those Scotch
cloths always do! Only piece of the
kind in America! Imported it myself,
sir! Splendid tit! 1 declare, "sir, I
couldn't have done better if I had ta-
ken your measure."
So the pantaloons were purchased.
Next caiue tin coat. Army blue-
Augustus could wear nothing else,
lie was patriotic to the bsskbone no
voting mil n had done more for his
country than lie had. lie had given
ten cents weekly to the soldiers' aid
society: purchased •.' worth of pin-
cushions and watch-cases of the pret-
ty «irls at the sanitary fair and then
he had cheerfully yielded up his
cousins, uml hi* uncles, and Ins ne\t
door neighbors' sons, to help tijrlit the
battles of his country and he had
been heard to declare, on several oc-
casions. that ho was readv to if he
could leave his business' and thev
called for him. but as he never went
we must conclude that the nrmv was
so full that they did not want him.
Iho suit was purchased, and three
days afterward Augustus, clud in the
new clothes, "might have been seen"
in the cars en route for Tremont. lie
hud il silk umbrella to proteet his
heaver if It rained, and n vali*> eon-
tinning the proverbial chance of linen.
Tremont was reached Just before
nightfall, and at the depot he found
his I nele .luck und a yonng latlv
Shades of Venus! Thai voting latlv
«as the fairest feminine rreatiire lie
had ever seen. Her waterfall and
round-top hat were mugnilloeti*' And
her face was sueh a coniwntrAtion of
roses and liliea an I violets, ami a'l
set in the gilt frame of golden hair-
why, Augustus' head whirled und ho
just as it
and began to retrace his steps.
"Oh, Mr. Hunker!'' cried Miss Mer-
rill -the most delicately modes! of all
old inuids. and a little near-sighted -
"You are losing your pocket-handker-
chief! tioodnesa gracious!" cried she
taking a better look; "It is not a
pocket handkerchief! Oh, my aoul
Augustus looked at himself and felt
inclined to say oh, my aoul and body
himself —for he came lo the knowl-
edge with one glance, that thoss
pantaloons which were such "a splen
did lit," had burst hp like the boiler
of a Mississippi steamboat, and his red
flannel drawers tyere striping him off
like the red paint on a harbor's pole.
"The d dick1'iis!" cried he, l-ak-
injr ii htep backward, with some sort
or a vtiffiie idea of escaping some-
where. That step was fatal-he waa
so near the brink of the river that
nothing could save him, so he went
in. Fortunately he could swim, and
not *topping to deliberate he made
for the oppoaite bank, which he
reached in aafety. He looked back
and oh. horrible! There on the oppo-
site shore stood Helen, and three or
four other Hrls- and they were all
This was a drop too much. Return
he could not, and at the top of his
speed he made for the woods. Toward
night he eatne unon an old farmhouse,
and to the mistress he related his
melancholy adventures, and received
from her a loan of her "old man's"
bark-colored unwhisperablos in which
to return to the city.
Anguatuo received a letter of con-
dolence fro in his Aunt Mercy, and
Helen sent her love, snd hop^d he
would come to Tremont in season for
the blueberries—but Augustus gave
vent to u hard word that looks bail on
paper, and burnt the letter.
A year afterwards he married u
rcil-haired widow with Ave children -
and it is our opinion that the present
Mrs. Hunker owes her position en-
tirely to a suit of ready made clothing.
use of iho Volenti ea
The best existing map of the
moon's surface, one devotod e pa-
ciaily to the mountainous regions,
allows 18?,85fi crutcr-sliuped projoc-
tion , of which numbor upwards of
100,00 may bo seen by aid of s tolo-
scope of only medium powor. Tho
origin of those orators has been the
suhjoct of much discussion of lato
amonp tho astronomers, it being the
opinion of many eminent authorities
tlut thoy were caused by tho lunnr
surfaco (probably at a time whon il
was in a plastic state) being bom-
barded with aerolites o- meteorites.
l r. liilhcrl was tho first geologist ol
high standing to favor this curious
opinion -basing Iho idea on tho fact
tliafoneof the craters in Ari/.ona
was actually formed b, the failing of
such a t-tone from tho heavens.
work train at Feat us,
William Sandford. a
/egular, was killed in _
ttoek Ihlsnd, III., I'ridsy.
W. E. Setry. wsntrd st Webb City.
Mo. for ho ae strsling and burglary,
has been arrested at Moberly. Mo.
Allen Fife, agrd TO, was found
Head Friday in hia cellar at Mo-
|*rly, Mo., when he had evi-
dently fallen the night before and
broken his neck.
Mlcha 1 L. Doyle, dry good* dealer
on lirand street. New York City, as-
signed Monday. The liabilities and
nominal asKets were placed at Sion.i
The failure ia attributed to bad busi
ness in ths retail dry gooda trade.
Mrs. Klisa Fuller, the last surviving
witness of the massacre of the Wilds
family by the Seminole ludians iu 1*311
Hied at Valdrsta. (ia.. at the age of ti:,.
She was compelled to hide in
swamp for over a weak, in order to
elude tbe savages.
The government has Anally decided
not to accept llerr Howe's so-called
bullet-proof cuirass for use in the
aerman Army. At a recent trial of
sBcacv at Spandatt the cuirass waa
piereed by bullets from a regulation
rlie at two meter*.
To-morrow's outgoing steamers
from New York will carry ft.MO,
in gold, which was yesterday snd to-
tsy drawn from the Xetv York sub-
Iressury for export. This lesves the
fold reserve st the close sf business
Two desths st Huston. Tcxss, from
peculi«r en uses occurred Saturday.
Oeo. Howard >tcntod on a nail last
and died from lockjaw. ||. C.
Norton was repairing a window at
home when the sash fell. The glass
penetrated his brain, causing death.
Oov. Tillman said he would issue a
proclamation last Tuesday announcing
that he would open on AiignM i the
sixty-odd dispensaries c o.eil three
months a(ro, in South Carolina, im-
mediately after the supreme court de-
-tiled that the act of 18H2 was uncon-
Forest tire*, are doing considerable
•Uinsgo around niilulh. and now have
appeared Inside the city |lmiu. At
Amnicon. twenly-t tvo milea from here,
a bridge on the Northern I'aclHc 150
feet long ami |,iBh. was de-
Stroyed. It will delay trains for sev-
Jss-e Krone wetter. Mlshswaks. lad..
youth, tell tress a trss Isst klondsy
snd wss killed.
Hold to the amount of Itoo.oo t was
withdrswn from tbe snb-trsasnry
Wednesday for shipmest to Cansda.
.lohn Atkinson, aged 3?, a brakeuian
brought to Ft. Wayne. Intl.. to take
the place of a atriker, fell beneath a
train Tuesday and was killed.
.tames U. Cbappin was arrested st
Albuquerque. X. M.. Friday morning
by officers on the receipr of a ti-legrsni
from i:i l a-o, Tex.. Ctat I «• was a
swindler and a fugitirc flow justici
Twenty Italians from Chicago csuue
to Mus'-atine, la., hnturdav presum
ably to work on the new newer*. They
were, at the instigation of Mayor Ful
liman. ratrched out of town by the po-
lEarth-junkc shocks have been felt
in Msicdouia. O.I Serviasnd K t a tern
Ilulgaria. Many houses at Narna.Unl'
garla, have been dsinsped anil a nura
ber of people killed, as result of tbe
I'rairie tires are raging fiercely be
tween Huntington and Ft. Wayne,Ind.
For two or three days they have been
burning over several thousand acres
of wheat, oat* and hay Ileitis und stub-
Highest of all in leavening
A country editor, being refused per-
mlsalcn to publiah a marriage lieenae,
has obtslned an opinion from ths In-
dlsna Attorney Oineral that county
elerks hsve no right to suppreas mar-
The three local trilies of Itcd
met last Monday ai,d perfected ar-
rangement * for the seventh annual
session of the Kustern India in Associ-
stion of lied Men to be held in Ander-
son, I nil.. Wednesday. August I.
Destructive prairie Hres raged all
day Saturday a few miles nlxive Pierre
S. Dak. Six hort-cs were caught in tha
re and burnt ti to death. A farmer,
hlle fighting lire was so seriously
burned thut his life Is despaired of.
The safe of the Mobile and Ohio
railway company, at lirooksville de-
pot, Miss., was blown open Tuesday
night. an:l a package containing a
large sum of iiioucy waa t.iken there-
om. There Is uo clue to the rubbers.
Four fresh cases of cholcru are re-
torted from Adrianople. The govern-
ment has declared five days' quaran-
tine against all European arrivals, t*
desth from I holers is repu ted from
Avignon, in tiie department of Yaucal-
Economy requires that in every receipt calling
for baking powder the Royal shall be used. It
will go further and make the food lighter, sweeter,
of finer flavor, more digestible and wholesome.
novat sakins rowots oo , ios wall sr., new vomc.
Changed Hia MIM.
Hlngo—No. thank you, dear. I don't
believe I can for any mince pie.
Mm. Ilingo- Hut Henry, I have put
In a lot of that brandy you brought
home the other night.
Hingo (aghast)—What! Not the
brandy I "aid a quart lor?
Mrs. Hingo—Yes. dear.
Hingo—(ireat guns, give me the
A Poor OntlMk.
Neighbor—tioing to give your boy a
Father—Wouldn't da He's got m
'A profession, then?" #
"No use. Weak head."
'Might do for politics."
No. Weak stomach."—tiood News.
What Coald Do It.
To wound s man's pride
lteen found to be the most dai
thing one can
The feeling of the greater par
humanity ia ivpresented by the re
of a Oascon officer to Charles VII wl
asked if anything coulil detach I'
from the king's scrvice.
^™p"thrr ?oiM> y°u heardr-Chris- j thr^'kln^nm'? likTyoirsi but,^
tiood old lady said to her nephew, a
"■lames, why did you enter the min-
Hecause I was called," he ans-
■lames." said the old lady, anxious-
hs she looked up from wiping her
spectacles, '-are you sure it wasn't
*•1 That War.
Dicky Dummies—Yon have turned
my brain all topsy-turvey. Miss Col-
deal. (Tenderly) Can you read what
is in my mind?
Miss Coideal—I am afraid not, Mt.
Dummies I never could read upside
UlMU sad Crops si t Jtlffh*.
Oklahoma has thousands of acrca ol
the finest farming land in the world,
waiting for you or anybody with
• little cash and i« - -
gumption. Climate and
juat right Farms vs ill
next year than thia. To find out if
this is the country you want, askU. T.
Nicholson. O. P. A. Santa Fe Route,
lopeka, has., for free copy of Oklaho-
ma folder; new edition just out, hand-
somely illustrated. r
Wednesday the grand jury returned
two bills of indictment against W. C.
Schainber, proprietor of the Queen
and Cresent hotel, of Meridian, Miss.,
charging him with arson, S-hainber
gave bond for appearance at the trial
the 38th instant. •
the Atchison will borrow ?;;,o,ooo of
< hicsgo banks. They have asked the
courts for authority to do that, sod
state there ia now due to the employ
for wages n |„r(fP Mlm of lnonpy in
cessi of the funds on hand a .i ap
cable to that |>U.
. Thefirmof Kansas City contractors
that stgni d a contract for the construc-
tion of the San Antonioand tiulf Shore
Kail road hua thrown tip its contract
nfter completing the grade of about
twenty-five miles of that road. The
Work will lie continued under the di-
rect charge of the railroad company.
A party of hunters Saturday sight-
ed the wild man. who ia said' to fre-
qnent Heck Creek, in Louden town-
ship, Illinois, in the northeastern part
or u.i-^..uV, vhu u )k. th|rt, ^
n seen, and twice he has
1 """"'ed by organized parties, but
without result, lie is said to resem-
ble in appcar-inc a negro and is over
si* feet tall.
Two excellent saddles which Hon.
h. H. Terrill. Cnitcd States Minister
to Turkey, ordered made for the :'ul-
tan of Turkey and tbe latter'* son. on
his recent visit to San Antonio, have
ju t lieen completed and shipped to
Constantinople. The saddles are of
cowboy pnttern and cost fl.Str each.
They are gold and silver mounted, and
arc uiade of the best materia).
The news was brought to Marshfleld. „ „ — — .
ilo.. Wednesday, (hat small-pox is j City of Mexico at the time, and ik..-
rnging at Moi.ntain ti rove, a town in I mediately departed, but was eoiiipcll-
« right county on the Memphis rail ed to come this uav on business. He
road. Kight deaths are reported and j left for St. I'nul end from there he
large portion of the inhabitants will go to Victoria, taking the steam
matter was kept quiet for nearly
Samuel Koae. a ferble-initided man,
married a few ni nths ago at I'rbana,
O., Saturday murdered his wife with a
revolver on a ciiusclrs, insane impulse,
then surrendered to officers. The
deed wss committed on the highwav
three tnilea west of here.
Itoolol llall. a farmer of Hureati
township, III., was overcome by the
heat Friday, while at work in the field
and may die The excessive warm
westher is having a serious effect on
outstanding crops, the thermometer
ranging from 1M1 to list degrees.
While enraged in playing a game of
ball at the llopkinvillc Ky.. park
Monday, W. I*. Oldham, of Wilming-
ton, N. C., on Ins way from school at
Georgetown, Ky., threw a ball with
such force that It broke his arm above
theellow. His injury is regarded as
The Chicago, Milwaukee Term inn
anu u,.|t l.ine, capable of carrying
seven roaii.,, «vitli a capital of Jti.OOO,-
000, is being engineered by a svndieato
including Messrs. Colo,,. bl>ott. Hoyt
and Villard. Among the Mm...-i.„p
interested nre ('apt. Fred I'abst,
Hurnham Ill-others und the Pfister it
Vogel Leather Company.
Hon. I'- LeI'oer. French Minister to
.lapan. passed through Kansas City
Sunday, en route to Tokio, Japan,
where he has been ornered by the
government to proceed with all haste.
He received, he said, but a brief cable-
gram, telling him to endeavor to reach
Tokio by August. 20. He was in the
. '-■«« I'uiiion oi me inhabitants will go to \ ictorta. tal
e non. have taken tlie disease already. The j cr there for Yokahotna
week. Numbers of people have left
for other towns, and unless precau-
tionary measures are taken thedisease
is likely to spread to adjoining towns.
I.evi Winkle employed at the Wa-
in the senate Saturday Prime Min-
ister Crispi, at Rome, in the course of
a speech, referred to the recent cap
lure of Kassala by the Italian force!,,
lie announced that re-inforceinents
were not required to enable the Ital-
1 Ion anil llnr.o.
If a lion and a strong horse wore
to pull in opposlto direction* the
horse would pull the lion backward
with comparative case; but if the
lion were hitcliod liehind the horse
and facing iu the sumo direction.and
were allowod to exert Its strength in
backing, ho woultl easily pull the
horse down upon his haunches or
drag him aero a tho ring. >o much
greater i his strength when exerted
backward from t'io hind legs than in
forward pulling—Chicago Journal.
He >eod Xnl lla.palr.
tieorge. in despair I must lie an
Idiot. I don't soorn to lw able tc
find any auitab'e vtH-ation
^.u^>ol. tearfully Never inlrd,
Ceorgo. If worst come* to worst
cun become a diplomatist
own rolling mill, shot and killed I lans at Kassala to maintain their po-
harles Williams in front of the lat-| sitlon, neither would it be necessary
ter s home 1 ties,lay afternoon. Winkle for them to further rxp i e themselves
was passing W illiams' residence, when in battle with the deivislies. Signor
lfti?nH|B,C"'!T Vi .Vmi"" of bl'i"If « rlspi added that it was to lie hoped
ntunate with Mrs. Williams The that Italy would find means to colon-
two men w. re sooni enpaged in « bit- |M Africa. The great object to be at
ter qusric1' uhi n W inkle drew his re tHlncd was to substitute emigration H
volver and tired hree limes. Two of Africa for emigration to America,
ill-. I l'a"sing The capture of Kassala has not altered
almost instant death. Wi„kle fled. [,alv's relation with the powers. Her
Williams Icaves a w,d .w and a young relations with tireat Hrltiln were ex-
daufhter. W inkle is unmarried. eellent.
A dispatch from Quito, Kquador. Further attachment have been
says that congress has censured the served oil the hardware firm of J. S.
cabinet forconccating budget excesses.
The Hnance minister has resigned
llntchirson. to the amount of S33,-
stKi.Ci, as follows: i'adtlock-llawley
Iron Company, of St. l.ouis: Kagln
Manufacturing Company, of Daven-
port, Iowa: W. J. Iluti'hiuson, J. V. I
Hughes and John II. Hutchinson of
C.nlo Parish. I.a : Henry DittsonX Son
Tlu- anthracite cos1 igents of New
The senate has approved the snspen
sion of the inter*it r,n tbe foreign
A special fro UrruMdlt states thai
an anarehaat hot. . kee.te-, named Has-
loer. was arrested Oh.'ot Friday by
two p diceatn. He drc v a dagger.
stabbed one of them, and tried lo stab Vork have resolved to hold July prices
the other, but was disarmed before he through August and to restrict the
could succeed. 1 lie injured policeman mine output for August to «u per tent
Is dying. of the capacity, or 5,.WO tons.
t has Jones, a prosperous Delaware I'he hot winds for the past two days
County. Intl.. farmer, reports that he came from the south and the tlier-
has a thirty-ae e field of wheat that motneler at 100 in the shade ployed
havoc with the corn crop, which is
Taller. Main aad Poah.
An art book of Northwestern
from photographs, over 100 views, with
descriptive matter, elegantlv printed, sent
with other publications of 'much interest
to Investors and homeseekers. fori" • ents
in postage. Kqtial to gift ty*" sold for a
dollar, with much le ' information and
beautv. Address V- i Wbitsst. (j. P. &
T. A..' Great .Northern Hallway, St. Paul,
Agent—So you wish a situation in a
traveling company: have you hat! any
experience befors the public'.'.
Applicant—Well, yes: 1 was the in-
terstate champion longdistance walk-
er in '83, and I was tie champion for-
ty-days' faster from "85 to '87.—N. Y.
A stockbroker, grown rich, gives
some advice to a new beginner, "You
see, my A-nr friend, men mav be di-iJ
ed l*to two classes—dupes and
"And where do you come la?"
"I? 1 have been both in turn!"—
Tho Gold of tho World.
It is said that all the gold in the
world, not counting that in virgin
state, would not make a block of more
than 813 cubic yards. A cube of the
above dimensions could be put in a
room 34 feet each way.
An Infallible Indication.
There was an intepse silence around
Mrs. Ilashem's table while the chicken
was being served. It was broken by
the girl with fluffy hair, who whisper-
ed to the one with dark glasses.
"Hlivcn has paid his board bill at
• vou know?"
"He got a pu,.. white meat in-
stead of the wing and neca, ■>.. ,,
Pulata of View.
'•That building," said the American
citizen proudly, "wasbuilt in 34 day
"Mercy! That's nothing," said his
friend from tho old world, speaking
with even more pride. "We've got
u building in our town abroad that
was built in 94 years, and it's not
tirely done yet."—Chicago Hecord.
Aunt Maria—I think you and Mr.
Maon ought to got along nicely to-
gether. You know you both like the
Matilda—Yes, and what is better we
hate the same people. Just think
what nice long talks we shall have to-
gether.— Huston Transcript.
When tho Emancipation la Complete.
Old-Fashioned Passenger (awaking
suddenly from a doze)—I beg your
pardon for not aeeing you standing,
madam. Pleas; take a seat.
Wotn^n Conductor (sinking hltn
again)—Say. uncle how much longer
are you going to keep me wailing for
your fare?—Chicago Tribune.
Trouble Abroad For Snmehml j-.
"Have you any eggs that will do to
t'row at a ham actor?" asked the busi-
ness-liko urchin with a basket and a
"Why, yes,".stid the grocer, leading
the way to a barrel in tho hack room.
'I think we have a^p hew!"—Chicago
t I alvenat t'allln*.
• What's old Swizzle., tiie million
aire looking so pleased ahum ' ||c
juat lost ♦lit. Mi) in stocks. "
"^es bttt altar ward ho managed
to get a frco tick, t to a sevcnty-fi\,
vent ahuw."-. Chicago Hecord.
bushels per acre
Fire has destroyed the business por-
tion of lireat Iteml. New York, a vil
lai>e of 3,000 population
William Freed,a merchant of Prince-
ton. III., aged thiity four, dropped
A Paris dispatch says that Deputy
D"genanel has oent a i liallenge to M.
• Itmrnccan in consequence ofanat-
tiivk upon hire in M. Clemeoceais's pa-
me "I ii Jnfi 1,-e "
now past siring. Willi the exception
of one slight shower no rain has fallen
I?ti,OMi, Fairfield, la., since June '.'3. Old
scttl.-rs huve never known of such ho',
winds blowing in lown before, ami
they are in every respect a regular
Kansas crop burner.
It is reported that Sid (). Ilarnitt,
the l o'-eign Minister st Tangier, has
been dismissed from office, and that
has been replaced by his secretary. _
to iwv nsrvouaMelleate woman. Buffering
from ''fsioale complaint." irregularity, or
wMkneaa. In every etbausted condition of
the female ayatem. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription ia an tnrt|orating restorative
toalc, fitted to ths rpads r.f nursing mothers,
aad women appsna«hlng confinement.
SouI* Band. Patifit Co., Wo*.
Da. R. V. Pnnca, Wuffaln, I T. t ^
Dmr .sil l began ta .
lag your " Favorite Pre-
enrlptlea the first
inontk ef pregosnry.snii
have conllnoed taking
It sinus conBneioent. 1
did not siperlence Ibe
nautM or sny of tbe ail-
ments due In preip.an-
ey. after I t-~gan taking
- (Mir " Pit m riptlon." t
-eat oelv In labor s short
itme. snd the physician
_ sail I got slung ua-
Ms*. Barbr. uausllr well.
We tbink It >«ped me a ureal deal of tuf-
ferlng. I waa tmnble l s great deal with leu-
eorrkea Uso, anu It bos done a world of good
tor 8,n<SKi? *ou£-|
An Artlat in Ilia Llae.
Applirant- You arc advertising for
a retoucher, I see.
I'liotographer Are you good at re.
Applicant—tiootl at it! Why. sir, I
can retouch a woman's picture so
artistically that Iter own husband wll'
fall in love with her.—N. Y. Week"'
Yhlnneat Thin* oa Karth.
About the thinnest thing on earth Is
the film of a soap bubble, of which It
would take 50,000,000 to measure so
ssiataphwr tr. villi Olgeerlno.
I'MwJ R n<J> awl Kim'< .T aa*-t nr fmrr reel,
hlt-k, *■-. c U.Clark Co, Now Havre, CI.
She—i nave road your last book.
W hat beautiful thoughts you have!
He—My licautiful thoughts are all of
you, Miss Princely.—Puck.
Haifa Catarrh Cnre
Is taken internally. Price, 75e.
At the Art Eihlbit.
Mndge—lly gee, this is a Hne sunset.
Yabsely—That isn't a sunset at all.
It is a snow scene. It's the reflection
from your nose that makes It look like
a sunset — Indiat-apolis Journal.
Brings comfort and improvement am)
tends to neraonal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas-
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
licneficial properties of a perfect lax-
alive; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevera
and permanently curing constipation.
It has pivcti satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medicnl
profession, because it acts on the Kid-
nejrs, Liver nnd Rowels without weak-
ening them anil it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale hy all driMK—
K'ista in TtOc nnd $1 l*iUie ,'but it is mnn-
ufacttirecl by the California Fig Hyrnp
Oo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the naine, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
hot water and feed eisiher rnmb..
Agents*'inted Hend lot circular.
sixes Hand I'resnt neparatura.
Davla i. IUdi:.ii It. A. M Co. CMvaga.
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