Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894, July 08, 1893, Image 5
w THE SATURDAY MORNING COUKIEJR a ? I-1 t ! fine FlrriNa foot weak ., o Tin: , . WbRLU'8 PAIR. Y(ii: will MUhvh find n jjrcut lino to Rcli'i from ftt our ntnro. All tho very I iitex hIiaih'I and desiRus In tho numt eotn.oithbhj kml ciinU'Ht tltttug. Tiuis hi Oxfo&d, Onlttrs, mill MueherH itml nil the other mtbhy elfeotH. WISDSTEU A. UODCIEUS. 10l:i O. street. Kynitml K.irMiirwon. , V : W. L. Dayton, ouullnt ami aurlHt, No. '.XVI O Btrout, Utmnln, Xeli. lluw'i. Thlt Wo offer P100 reword for unv caso or Catarrh that cannot ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cun'. ' . V, .7. CHENEY ,1 CO., 1'ropH., Toh-tlo, O. Wo tho umli'ntfcm'ri httvo known F. .1. Cluvvvfor tho Inst 15 yews, anil ho liov lilin perfectly honorablo in all him OKHtruiiHuctloiitUintl llniineltilly alilo to ( irry out any obligation miido by their linn. Wixt fc Tiiuax, Wliolewilo Driifrulntp, Toledo. O. Wamhno, Ki.n.nan A M.ut vt, Whohwilo DhiKKiHtd Toledo, O. 'ill'a Catarrh Cumin taken internally, i i ur directly upon the blood and i iuh Mtrfiiccn of the. nyHtciu. Prloo rer bottle. Sold by nil dni(nlstK. '- y i .lonialH free. Clu'lip ltlltr. 1 t, one way 6 12.50 1 r, round trlpr 1M.O0 C go, ouo way HUH) C'u i'o, round trip , 10.70 St. fjouifl, ono way , 10.05 St. Loulfl, round trij 13.10 ' Kor full part iuulaiH call at Union Pa cific ofllco, 1011 OHtreot. T. T. Makti.v, E. H. Suhko.v, City Tickot Agt. Oon. Aj;t. Itooinn III Clili'iico. Elegant rooms for World's Tair vinitors right lit World'H fair urounds. Prices reasonable. Mas. E. 11. Aimtmh.-t, (5017 Sheridan ave., tf Chicago. Tiiurlnln Tlt-kcN lo Colorado, Tho Union Pacillc railway will now Bell round trip tickets to Denver, Colo rado Springs, Manitou and Pueblo at tho low rate of 621.15 good returning until October ,'Ust. Stojiovcrs allowed between Puoblo nnd Chevenno. For full particulars call or address City Ticket olllce, 1014 O streot. J. T. Maktin, E. 11. Si.osson, City Ticket Agent, Gen. Agent. Cliattfl MorlKiij; N:ilt. Notloo H lieroliy Klrnu Hint by vlitno of a rhuttol iniirtKiiun dated tlio lltli day, of July, 1M, mill duo tho 11th ilny of October. tMU, mid duly tlh-it in tliu elllru of t tin county clerk of Lniiciititpr count', Nnlir., tho lltli day of July, INC. mill executed by (leo. Ilotliiim to I.ouIh I'okkii to peciiru tlio payment of tho xutu of Thirty-live Doll urn, mill upon which there in now dun the um of tlilrty-llvn dolliirn mid In terest ut II) per cent. Default ImviiiK been miiilo in tliu payment of tlio said mini mid now unit or other procoedliiKH nt Inw liavini; Imtii Instituted to recover Kiild debt, therefore 1 will Hell tlio property therein described, viz: iinobluck inaromiilu about 8 jours old, wcltfht nbout NM pound; ono blncK horse niiilo II yearn old mid weight nbout lit) pound.', nt puln lie nurtioii to tlio blithest bidder for ciihIi, snhi to tnko plnco nt. the corner of Ninth nnd H HtreetH, Lincoln, Ni-br., commencing nt II) o'clock p. m. on July loth, 1MH. ' Louih I'oska. Mortmiuoe. Dated Lincoln, Nub., Juno IS, 1SKI. -Js-lt. NOTIIiK. In tlio District Court of Ltmcastor county, Nebraska. Intlio mnttcr of the application of Kmmit Wltte, administratrix of tlio citato of John . Wltte deceased. Thlscnuse cmnnon for hearing upon tint pe tition of 1:11111111 Wltte. ailinlnistralrlx of tlio eslulo of John H. Wltte deceased, praying for a license to sell lot KCMn the vIUiiko of DeWllt, Hallne county, Nobr., for tlio piisment of ilubtH nllowedaitainst said estato mid for tlio costs of ndmlnlstratlon, there not ImiIiik HUtllcient per sonal property to pay said debts mid exp-nses. ' It l therefor ordereil that nil persons inter ested In raid estate appear before mo on tho 'iTith day of July, l.H'.U, ut III o'clock n. in., or as oon thereafter an council can bo hoard to show cause why a license should not bo Krnuttxl to alil administratrix to sell the nlxivo described real estate of the deceased, as shall bo neces sary to pay said debts and expenses. Dated this l'Jtb day of Juno, IH'.a ('itAH. L. Ham., JuiIko of tho District Court. ofl SUNDAY, JULY 0. Excursions from till points. Grand treat for tho weary. Grand performance tight rnpo, gyninnstics and othor at tractions. Special trains via tlurlington depot at 1:00, 2;.T0, ,1:.') and 5:00 p. in. Returning 1;.T0,:$:00, 4:00, 0:00 and 8;M p. in. 7JiCOS tyfrtm Yfm?fWMS rnrr Tiiltlonl Fall term, In soven dltlerent iflLL courses. Only hUh Krade iudopondont Normal in tho 8tnto. Tho I'lnost ltulldlns, KiulpmentH. nnd Ablest Normal Faculty. No xiK'rlment, but mi established management, 40 courses, !U teachers mid lecturers. A live school for tho masses. Writ j for catalotjue. E. It. SIZKlt, Hsr. Lincoln, Nob. FRE I'ntuiihlots de-icrlbln tlio resources of KANSAS, ARIZONA, OKLAHOMA, NEW MEXICO and CALIFORNIA, May Ihi had by ndilriHilnv (l.T. NlchoU V. & T.' A., A. T. A H. K. K. Il Tnpokn, K son, fi. ansas. Muuiiou mm paper. THREE-MINUTE TALKS AUOUT NEW MEXICO. iHthntltlonf mi Illustrat ed folder do ncrlbliiK tho f it nun, ranches. mini's nnd towns of Now Mexico Tho prolltH of fruit riiisitiK uro niit forth in detail: also facts relative to sheen, cattle mid Kotiorul farming. No other country possi'soi such n delrable cllmato nil tho jo.ir around. Write to K. L. Palmer, 1'. A, Suntu l'e Kouto, Onialm, Nob., for frro copy, m hi n. j r th Accomaiodatlnf Hoarditr. Th j bonnier '.run grtttnpy tlmt morning, nd thelnni!lily was doing tlio In-ot tttio kncirhow. "Hah," ho excUlmcd, "thU coffco Is mis. ernble. It's tho weakest tit(T I over hint." "Well, Mr. reeiler," ho Mid tvpnuich fully, "you shouldn't jump on It ro if It is too weak to tlefoUtl Itself. You mIiouM at li'ftt Mlect Kotucthlng of rmml HtretiKtl) with yottrsclf." "I will," ho gmwlrd. "I'll do mow. I'll tnko Bomcthlng tn)iiger than . myself. Whcro In tliundtr did yon net tills but lor?" And tho gentle Inndliuly burst luto Icnrs. Detroit l'rco Press. Tho Nenllcii UiipkIIdii. nilly Mackintosh hooka like rnlu, doesn't lt Tommy C'overcote Yau. Fact Is, It Is rain, don't ye know. Wlmtclier think It Wnj, cull'ee? Harper's Weekly. Ill friend. Dr. Iildile'l's morning levees wcro crowd nl iwyonil tlrscrlptlon. It was his pride and boast thnt ho could feel Ills patient's puWe; look at his tongue, nound him with a stetho scope, write his prescription and pocket his fco In a spneo of tltuu varying fiom two to Ave minutes. One day an nrmy man was shown into the consulting room nnd underwent what nillit be called tlio lustntitaueotis process. When It was completed, the patient hhook hands with the doctor and wild: "1 am especially (bid to meet you, as I hnvn often heard my father, Colonel Fores ter, speak of his old friend, Dr. Llddell." "What!" exclalnvjd thu doctor. "Atjjyon Dick Forester's nonf" "Most certainly I am." "My dear fellow," exclalmtd the doctor, "fling that prescription Into the flrontid sit down and tell me what's tlio mailer with you." Yankeo IJlr.de. Not So llnil. Tho manner In which tho 1)1 no sash was adjusted about her slender waist confessed her nt once the. recent graduate of somo leading Institution of female learning. The confession was corroborated by tho faraway look In her eyes. "And ho" It was n man with n largo red neck nnd an aspect of IndllTereucu to the stringency in thu money market who addressed her. "my littlu irl didn't take ilrst hon ors." Slio tossed her head. "Well I should say" Sbo was decidedly impatient. "not. I ain't qulto so homely ns nil that. Third placo is bad enough. Huh." And tho girl glanced daggers. Detroit Tribune. A Common Word. "Did you ever notice," said Hicks, "how men and women get hold of some slnglo word which they uso on every possible oc casion?" "I don't know that I've noticed it," ob served Parker. "1 have," put in littlu Johnny Hicks. "Pa nnd ma huvu ouo they're using nil day long." "What word .stunt?" asked Parker, with a smile, "Don't," said Johnny. Truth. All Spoiled. Mrs. Tittle Did you hnve a good time at tho sewing circle this afternoon? Mrs. Tattle No, u miserable time. It was awfully dull. Mrs. Tlttlo Wasn't anything said nbout how Mrs. Blazer has been currying on? Mrs. Tattle No. She was mean enough to be there horself, and of courso thu pleas ure wo had all looked forwurd to was spoiled. Strange how people can ba so elDsh. Iloston Transcript. An Ilnneit Wooer. The Heiress Why do you wish to marry me? The Impocuuious You wish mo to an twerhouestly? Tho H.-Ycs. Tho I, Without concealment or prevari cation? Tho H.-Yes. The I, Because I want you to be my wife Now York Press. He Mud. "Havo you overtaken any pains to collect this billngnlnst old Meddergrass?" Inquired the head of the firm. "Pains?" exclaimed tbo bill collector. "Pains, did you cay? Great Scottt I have climbed a dozen barbed wire fences, been chased by a bulldog and picked half a pint of bird shot o'ut of my legs. By George, sir, I have!" Chicago Tribune. MlMrlc of Managers. Stage Manager GrtvU snakes! Don't move that scene, vet. Stop! Stipe It's roost tlcue. Stage Manager -Don'; touch It. Juliet Is there dead in the tomb. If you move that canvas, It will let in a draft, and she'll sneeze. Texas Sittings. Must Have Been. "How do you know that this Is tho same blind man you helped before? This may bo an old fraud." "John, how perfectly heartless and sus picious you men all nro. Didn't you notice ho knew me half a block away?" Chicago Inter Ocean. Mythological Information. "Who was AJax?" said tho teacher to a pupil. "Ho was a capitalist," replied one. "How. do you make that out?" "Ho defie'l tho lhtnlug to strike." Brooklyn Life. lirlef. Magistrate (to prisoner) Havo you any remarks to mako? Prisoner (a barber) Yes, your worship. Your bulr wants cutting. Magistrate Sodocs yours. Three monthsl -Tit-Bits. Wbero llq llml Clone. "Where Is tho mail who keeps this res taurant?" said tho disgusted patron, "He's gone out to luuoh," replied the cashier. Truth. A Mystery, A fat man with n brown soft hat watked brNklylnton Main street restaurant ana took a seat ut tho lunch counter. Tho man who wn presiding over tho section of the counter nt which lie sat ambled over to him mid said, "Well?" "Well?" repeated the fat man. "Watcher want?" nkml tho waiter. "Gimme a piece of npplo plo and a glass If milk." "Hain't got any npnlo pie, sir." "What kind of plo have you got?" "Cocimnut plo and lemon pie, bIt." "flltnma a piece of lemon pie." Tho waiter went away and returned with a slub of il.irk brown pastry and a glass of light bluu milk. Tho fat man sawed off a piece of tho plo and transferred It to his mouth. A pained look enmo over his face, hut he gulped tho pti) down and beckoned to the waiter. "What kind of plolsthnt?" ho asked, "Whnt Kind did you order, sir?" nskod tho waiter. "Lemon plr." "Well, sir, that must hi lemon pie, then." . "iitit it nltrt lemon pij." I "Ain't lemon pie, Mr?" "Not by n darn sight." sure it-nui i teuton pie, sirr "Of courso I'm sure." "That's funny, sir." ' "Nothing funny about It. What kind of plo Is It?" Tho waiter leaned over tho counter nnd said In a hoarso whisper, "Confidentially, sir, I havo I ried to work tjiat plo off for tip plo, pineapple, pieplant, peach and prune. rand it didn't go, and If It uln't lemon I'm darned If I know what It Im." HufTnlo Im press. I A Noir Ilnmlot. Thonummer girl had flul.ihed her sched ule for tho campaign nmluntdowu to think,. Sho was looking iillttlollko Marlim among the ruins when her di'arcst.frlend camo In, "What's tho tnntter?" was tho quick In quiry. "I'vo Just completed my want lint for tk-e summer," sho replied, handing It to her. "Gracious me," exclaimed thu other girl, looking It over, "this ought not to mnko you sr.d. Hero's gowns nnd gowns, and bonnets nr.d hats, and Jackets m:d waists, and shurs snd slippers, mid parasols and fans, and gloves and hundreds of things that are too lovely for any use." Thu fair po-tscssorof it all sighed pro foundly. "Yes," sho said, "It U all Just llkothe play of 'Hamlet' with Hr.mltt left out." "How do you mean?" mid tho big eyes opened Xrondcrlngly. "Wkcro'ntho man?" sighed tho Ilrst girl again, nnd there was no answer. Detroit Free Press. Two Irl.b Hulls. Two prlmu Irish bulls wcro recently found among tho uiitograph letters of Sir Philip Francis. This is tlio Ilrst: Somo ladles I went to tho Irish house of commons to hear a particular debate, whlcli happened to bo put oil till next day. Sir Boyle Uocho said: "Indeed, ladies, I am very sorry for your disappointment, but why didn't you emtio tomorrow?" Tho second is qulto apropos of recent Incidents In tho Imperial parlia ment. Tho hntisu being ouo day remark ably quiet mid silent. Sir Doyle got up nnd said: "Mr. Speakerl I spake, to order an honorablo gentleman, who always sits be hind mo, is perpetually laughing in my face; I move that before ho laughs at me any more he will bo pleased to tell me what bo Is laughing at!" Pall MallGa ictto. A Natural Huppntlllou. Detective And which of your employees do you suspect of taking the money? Business Mnn (thoughtfully) Well, there's the bookkeeper, ho has n new suit of clothes every week; the c.nblcr drives n better hnrso than I can afford; the pur chasing agent wears four big diamonds; one of our clerks ban a wife who goes In society so I guess you had better accuse that miserable ragamuflin of a prlvato sec retary. Nobody has seen him havo nny thing new In two years, and it's pretty near a certainty that bo's playing tho races. Detroit Tribune. Limited. M He Do you know that these things you think so trivial these engagements are capablo of breaking n man's heart? She-Why, ccrtolnly. That's about all tho fun there is la them, Truth. Up III Harlem. Dudely Canesuckcr I met your charm. ing daughter at a masquerade ball some months ago, nnd I havo been hunting for her ever since. At last I havo found out where she lives. I lova her better than life Itself. Without her llfo bus no charms for mo. Can I see her? Mrs. Mulligan Naw. Today is washday. Toxus Sittings. Would I'rabnbljr Do Just as Well. "Huvoyougot any Gretna greens?" in quired tho facetious customer with the basket on his arm. "No, sir," answered the grocer. "Near est I can come to 'em Is parlor matches. Anybody waiting on you, ma'am?" Chi cago Tribune. A Much Traveled Mnn. Brlggs That fellow over thero Is ono of the greatest travelers of modern times. Griggs Whero has ho been? Around the world? Briggs-Ob, no. Ho 1ms boen around the World's fair. Clothier and Furnisher. The Accommodating Lightning. "Ilumphl" said ths lightning ns he flashed through thesklci. "What's that sign on that country bouse?" (Heads,) "To rent. Ah! I'll take the hint." And he did so. Kxchnnge. Anothor i:iitn:i:;leiituiit. First Fly Will you mnrry me? Second Fly Alas! I cannot. I am stuok on this jmper. Truth. I wWfr II Zlit at I'd i. tliu (?SesSt3t???ttt3f3ftfSit?ftSf'A JULY FIFTEENTH,! 9 to 12 A.M. IN THE SANITARIUM SUMMIO SAIjINK HATH !0. 77iis chiiinih. will (ulmlt lo CltAIMlK, uny mrl or woitiif ft amnriutu moviinm, ( w, jivm v to vj weiotK. rulril with vHt'tn of trunk twin ti'i'ces ilrmfsor miiA's, M triifs for iHttliiimnnih, A'o clnuyc iriiicrcr on briny our otcii unit, COURIER PUBLISHING CO. SS5533S3944S44SS4444i!444() HOW HI! EARNl-D IT. Every Venn Ho JUnt line. Wanted a Tape- "When 1 cniiiu last Monday," said the and faced man to thu widow whom ho had tviciicd from thu barlied wlru fence at Da ker's bench, "you mivu mo Co." "l'nisuro ion deserved h," replied tho widow, "and-and jou luivtt my fftiitltuilo." "Vou said you bl.ed my appeuraneo fair lyvudl" "Yes after oii had got Used up In poor uusimtitrs clothing i uiii." , 'Hul I wcllr poor liurb.iid , clothing no longer. These gartnmtH tiro my own. You said, nsui! talked of our oast Individual experiences, that If I could ileinonstratothu basinet's ability of which I spnko you might take mo as u tiarttier In your little home." "Yen, but I I would 1 wouldn't want to rn'in harsh or unkind .if you haven't been fully able to sticeeed. Perhaps you tried." "You said you own this little place and an improved ranch In Oakland." "And so 1 do a ranch that two might llvoon comfortably." "And yoiiutld you tired iicmupanlon who Is nblo to manage a ranch and collect a rent from this place." "Yes, I think ho yet. If Iknuwninnti that would be good and kind, perhaps I could get along myself with the finances." "I belluvo I am qunllf.cu. oiigavoiuo 15 on Monday." "So I did." ' "On Tuesday I had doubled It and mads fll more. I doubled that whole amount tin Wednesday." "Can It be poslblo that you havo gam-, bled?" cried thu widow will) n Ilrst Indlca-1 Hon of despair. t "Thoughtless womnnl Could n matt win twice in one week?" i Thu meaning of the widow's sigh might hnve been a problem furthowid faced mnn If he not noticed that response, but just then he was busy with the account of his earnings. "On Thursday morning," us tho stnto ment continued, "I had &.1 less f.'.W that 1 hud paid out for living expenses. It was tho most money I hud owned In eight years; It was tho first start I could get." "Goon," exclaimed tho widow expect ancy, nnd yet fearing to hoar of llual lossus. "I-nmile 18 over and above expenses on Thursday and lived at a hotel. I tell you It seemed good to bo myself onco more." "Poor manl" The widow almost wept In sympathy. "That was $11. SO. The next evening. Friday, I counted up WJ.1.. Saturday ; morning I bought this suit at a bargain for 115.50. Your former' husband's apparel i I stowed in a secret placu where I used to . sleep, as I chanced to bo near there soon afterward, hut I will bring them back to morrow." "Don't mind about, thnt," snld tho widow. "Saturday was tho !cst day of all. I made a clear gain of $.'11,110. I kept n little chango for ordinary use, and tho rest 1 put in Isink until Monday. There's tho book with 70 to my credit." "All that from the money I paid you?" Asked the astonished widow, "Evury dollar of It," quietly tho sail faced mnn nfllnued. "Then you have proved all you said, nnd 1 am sure but first tell mo how you earned so much," "I'vo been peddling tupclines. With every tupeline I gave complete directions how measurements should be taken by thoso who wanted to compete in tho Venus contest. I'vo run out of tupellncsuow, but I havo ordered COO grossof them to bo made right away." Sau Francisco Kxamlner. Ill Wonder. Very many stories nro told of tho 40-hoss talking power of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky, and most of them have some foundation in fact, for the senator's best . friends will admit, when cornered, thnt Joe Blackburn Is a talker from Talkvllle. However, It ia interesting talk, and there fore ho Is excusable. Coming east In aC. & O. sleeper not long ago tho senator made tho acquaintance of u bright small boy, which later led to on acquaintance with tho yottter's father antl mother. Tho seuu tor wax sitting with them chatting along in his boot style, nnd tho boy frequently in terruptedYdm. Finally tho mother put her hand on lit): son's shoulder. I "Littlo boys," sho said reprovingly, "are to no seen, not lieartl." That quoted him for n time, but later ' the mother had to tell him tho sanio thing fVjitin. He quieted down for a half hour longer, and nt tho Ilrst break In tho sen-1 ator's talk he looked upnt him Inquiringly. "What Is It?" nsked tho senator. i "I was wondering," replied the kid, "If you was ever a little boy like mo, how you I outgrowed It so." I The senator looked at tho mother, the mother looked nt the senator, they both looked at tho father, and then cvcrylxxly laughed and tho kid was given a chance. Detroit Free Press. 1Mb U"t "Oh, Algernon" sho exclaimed, with n trim blue enthusiasm of a Boston lrl, "don't you think tl.o greatest joy in llfo Is the pursuit of thu good, the trtto and the beautiful?" I "Well, rather," returned Algernon. I "That's why I'm hero tonlght."-Qulps. I I'lin-ly mi Ai-rlili-ut. I Wool How do Mm stiiiiiovi Oiuk'ii I.llln. , okalanl got her st range name? , , Yt'.n Pelt llorinotiicrtnayhavohltoult ; ! by accident while learning the typewriter. I l. lie. Ii-:iiiI cm Mlduny I'lnUunro. ' First Stranger I can hardly realize :aat ' m, ltut 1 , Ml IPJllll' 11 A fm,tliit Second Idttu Hut you nre. Don't you ' I see all tho foreigners? Chlr.i.'o Heni 1 1 THE COURIER I'LUNGK COUPON,!) 8 ) ) ) ) :: ) ) ) ) ) )' ) -TO TUB ITMIS.A.'.r imuivoic OF THE ) ) ) ) :; i ) i tin' nival HlinHw FliKK OF Iwlwveu firtiycs of t'J ami W, lltotH' uimiO' obtain tin' mtnn nt tin' inninl A VICTIM OF FATE. In Had Tried Various Thins", but l.lirt Was AKiilnst lllnu He wasn't u tramii exactly, but ho v;m on thu way there, lie had struck tho mer chant for n dollar, ind thu merchant wan rather interested In him. "1 don't mm1," ho said, "why yoil go nbnut asking for money or help. You urn an In telligent man, and I should think on roulil get. something better to do." . "I don't know nbout thai," was thu de spondent rejoinder. "The Lord knows I tried hard enough to gel along before I loil my heart entirely." "Wlmt'illd you do?" "Well, a littlo of everything, 1 had unmi money, and i thought I'd go to raising rlci In South Carolina and show those penplr down there how todo It right. I knew It nil of course, and one day a man emtio tilling selling n new brand of seed rice. Downs a nice looking man from Now York, nnd 1 liked his style. Me liked my style, too, he said, and would sell me the exclusive right to handle bin stun In South Carolina. It was something new u seed Hint could not be exposed lo tho light, but that would yield three limes us much as thu old vari eties. That was what I wns looking for, nud very quietly I took It in, paying (WW for tho right i.nd four sealed cans of seed. 1 did all tho work at night, and when it was finished I sat down to wall and la chuckle over my enterprise. Hut I waited nnd walled, and nothing came, and ouo day I looked Into tho old cans nud found I had been stuck with come menu little wheat grains, mid you might ns well try to rnlse Icicles in the bad placu as to raise wheat In n South Carolina rice swamp." "Thnt wns bad luck," said tho sympa thising merchant. "So I thought, nud I left the stnto nud went to raising cuttlo In western Kansas. Hadn't more than got my herd set out be fore a cyclone came along- and blew every horn of It clean over into the next county, and when I went nfter my stock a ploiti cowlxiy who hod gathered them In with his own Informed mo that they had been sent to him by Providence, nnd he'd like to seo any son of a gun try to take them away. As ho lind a Winchester nud n lot of friends with him I didn't seo my way clear to Interfering with tho ways of Provi dence, and I left tho country." "It's pretty hard when Providence goes against a mnn," ventured the merchant kindly. "Yes, but that Isn't all." sighed the dis consolate ono. "With what little I had left I went to Pennsylvania and bought a water power gristmill In tho mining re gions. I fixed it up with new machinery, and for awhile It looked as if my luck had changed and I was going to como out on top ut last. Hut ono night a big mino ly ing under tho stream that gava niu my mill iower caved tu or sank down Just enough to change tho lay of tho laud, nud, by gum, the water begat) to run the other way, and when I got to tho mill In thu morning thu water gates were open, thu stream was running up hill, as It were, and my mill machinery hud been running back ward until every blamed wheel was busted and tho whole shebang was u wreck," The man wiped a tear from his aye. "Then It was," he went on, "that my heart broke, und 1 laid right down nnd quit. Now, do you blame me fur what I am doing?" Tho merchant gavo him (3, nnd thu mnu was In tho police court next morning. De troit Free Press. Hod. A good mnny older persons who hart been In difficult positions und hare felt that the world was really very bard can sympa thize with llttla. Flo Sanborn, of whom an exchange writes: Sho hid been censured by her mother for some Muitll mischief which she had been eng.igi-d in. She sat thinking It over foi some time, and finally said In an utterly discouraged tone: "Hverythlng I do is laid to me," Youth's Companion. All Took Hand. The Uavurian peasants nro In many re spects similar to tho Irish. They drink a great deal and nre very witty and are never so happy us when they nro fighting with each other. A story Is told of two Bava rian peasants meeting oti the road und holding thu following conversation: "Were you ut the wedding last night?" "Indeed I was. It was tho ulcct wed ding we have hud this seiiMiu. Why, even the bride took a hand in tho light." Texas Sifting. As m llule. "Do you cat anything usually before go ing to Ited?" us It i'd Dr. Paresis of his pa .tieut. "Certainly," replied Mr. Cumso. "I eat breakfast, dinner und supper us u regular lhlng."-Jury. Cnudcir. Willie Wllt-Aw-rrnlly. Miss Perte, I'm not such n fool us I look. Miss Perto Hut Mr. Wilt, you know wa cannot always hco ourselves as others see us. New York Htxald. Studying Uor ft-tilreiuiiit. Dora -Don't you think my gowns fit better than they used to Cora Yes, Your drexsmuker told me yesterday shu win taking lexsons in geanv etry. tiulps. lU-iuoi) I. uough. "Old Scadds seems qulto upset by the failure of the Pycrust bank." "No wonder ho lost his balance," Truth. Horrible! Hose Does Mr. Verydull know anything? Lillian Know anything! He doesn't eveu usucct anveklm:. Life's Cubmdar. rr.-CYVL W Vft.Ajv i- t r-S !.U . i rfc .'v.-YWlV. .IKS Vw3WS.Si y-''&VaiHlsBr'fl---Vi -&4iHKIIrC; llKmui'WLi Mm, Anna Sn'.icrlaml Kalamaioo, Mich., had swcl.hiBs In tho neck, or Goitre SS'iS 40 Years irrrntsiiffrrliiif. Wlnnslioc.iiiRlitcolilcoulilnot walk two Mucks without fainting, fsho took Hood's Sarsaparilla And 1 1 now freo from It nil. Hlio lim urged tunny others to tako Hood's Harinparlll;. and t!uy luvonlm been cured. It will do you good. HOOD'O PlLLO Ciiro all Liver lluVjwndlco, slok headache, blllouinon, mur itomacli, niuisa. 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