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MARY HAD A LITTLE LAM 3.
A CAMP.MUN SOX(5.
Mary in.l a little lamb.
Of wlii.;h you've ot'U'ii heard ;
.'ow to I hat stury old
1 wish toiitiil a word.
M iry fod that little lamb.
Till lu trew stout ai:d strong,
Vitli may wrinkles ou liis nose,
And horns twelve inches lon.
A'ld in June, w hen it was warm,
nJ wool was full of fjiease.
TlU'ii Marv sheared that, trreat big lamb,
And sold her ia the lleeie.
I i thf field behind the bam.
With a bi hl;l fi-nee about.
TiiTe Alary put a notice up
The notice said "Keep out."
N nv when fir ver came that wav.
lie f topped and eaid "Ah ha!''
The ram lie rt mpi'd ;iml stamped his foot,
And naiil to ;rover'Ba !"
"I) you pnse that ram would butt !"
Said (irovor to fallible,
"tl f. me that fie.- trade stick of your,
I'll tease the brute a while."
(l.'over he made at the ram.
And rttiuek a sounding lick.
"i ireat iregon !" the fat boy cried .
"1'vo broke my free-trade etiek.'"
"rull y;;ur red b:indana (uick,"
The boys together shour,
"And toss It t tiie siieep. old boy.
And then you scamper out."
(rover waved that banner red,
udtors-d it to the ram.
Who shook his head, as if to say,
"Doa't care for that clam."
"Sheepy. sheepy, ranimy, n:m"
Hir you cannot beguile
An angry sheep with soothing sp .ech,
Or civil seri -e smile.
'Trotect me, (ipnr.'O, from M ry's lamb.
I'roteet me from Ins bump,"
Thi w is the f it. boy's earnest prayer
To th-J great and good Mugw ump.
Th mi he ran a lu-ity ra'e,
Acros-s the fild he cuf.
But bn'ure he reached the fence
tie knew th;.t sh ep could butt. It. C
A corre-pondent scntls the foiloviiig
aritlimetioal juobloui :
A father not a millionaire left at
his ileath a nr.in.ber of children, and a
certain sum to le divided among them
as follows: The eldest to receive $100
and one-tenth the remainder; the second
child $100 and one-teuth of what then
remained; and so on, each child to re
ceive $100 more than the one immediate
ly preceding, and then one tenth part ot
that which still remained. "When the
division took place it was found that all
the children received the same amount.
How many children were there, and. what
sum did each receive I
The Burllnaton's Vestibule.
The Burlington road will secure it
--full compliment of vestibule trains be
tween Chicago and Denver by next Wed
nesday and the system at that time will
be complete. The company will also run
trains of a similar character between
Chicago and St. Paul.
-CopyrlgUt Kunkel Bros.,
Coding Taken to Aurora.
Chicago, July 21. Engineer Goding,
one of the "Q" alleged dynamiters, gave
bail -before United States Commissioner
Iloyne todaj", but was immediately rear
rested on a state warrant. This required
C.oding to answer in Aurora, aud he was
taken there immediately.
At'itonA, July 21. The case of George
Goding was continued today, Goding
giving bail in the sum of $,1,000. A sec
ond warrant was immediately tcrved
charging him with assisting in the pur
chase and distribution of dynamite in
tended for the destruction of life. This
case was also continued, bail being fixed
at $5.000. Coding's friends are now
looking for bondsmen.
I sh pern in 2, Mich , Ciyes Itself a
Mauquettk, Mich., July 21. The
richest lot of gold rock ever taken out
ea.t of the Rocky mountains was brought
into Ishpeming tins morning from the
Lake Superior company's gold shaft.
The quality of rock surpassed anything
ever known. Over three hundred pounds
of the rock is now at the company's of
fice. The best chemists place the value
ol the three hundred pounds of rock at
$10,000. Tin wonderful find of today
lias set the people wild. The shaft is now
down 22 feet and is about IS inches wide
at the bottom. The Michigan gold mine,
which adjoins this shaft, has found rock
in smaller quantities usually as rich.
There is no doubt but one of the greatest
gold mines in the world has beta found
Chicago, July 21. Inspector Bonfield
has in his possession copies of a secret
circular differing but little from the fam
ous '"Revenge circular" which called the
Ilaymarket meeting together two years
ago. It calls for active steps on the
part of the old-time anarchists to avenge
the execution of Spies. Parsons, Lingg,
Engel and Fisher. It is believed the dis
covery of this sheet will lead to the ar
rest of prominent anarchists not only in
Chicago but all over the country. In
spector Bonfield said this afternoon that
the paper had been started for the pur
pose of working up the passions of the
anarchists to such a point that they would
not stop at auything to avenge what Is
termed the "Bloodthirsty murder of the
martyrs." Certain articles are ptinttd in
three languages, and urge that nil true
anarchists fhould take vigorous steps to
intimidate the exponents of monopoly,
and thus pievent similar murders.
Mr. G. B. Kempster, who has resided
in the city a short time, has suffered con
siderable nunoynnce from burglars or
night hawks who infest the city. lie lias
formed a bad pinion of the city and
was at the hard ware stoi cs this morning
evlelently making preparations fur the
next daring sneak that should put in an
appearance. Thursday night, while Mr.
Kempster was absent from the city and
his wife at home alone, a couple of men
were heard at a window at the north side
of the house trying to gain an entrance.
The men heard Mrs. Kempster, who was
aroused by the noise they made taking
out the windows, moving about the room
which was directly above them. They
made their escape before anyone appeared
on the scene. Next morning when an
examination of the house was made, it
was discovered that the window had
been taken out and set to one side, but
no further damag-; ha I been done
and nothing had been taken. The suae
night it is supposed the same party visit
ed the house of Capt. Palmer in his ab
sence. The men had gained an entrance
without arousing anyone. Nothing of
any value was carried away by them, but
they spent considerable time in the house
judging by the appearance of things.
They took possession of a dress suit of
Mr. Palmer's and had been trying it on.
It is supposed they foui.d the suit too
large for cither of them and left it on the
floor. After they had spent considerable
time in that way, they secured what eata
bles they could find and had a free lunch
at the front of the house outside. Judg
ing by their st3'le of burglarizing, they
were hungry tramps and were contented
with what they secured. The gentlemen
propose to give their next visitors who
appear at such a late hour, a lunch on
"Do you know, children," said the
Sunday School speaker, "that to every
one of you little boys the opportunity
is open to become President of the Unit
ed States ?"
"I know that," said a boy who reads
the papers regularly; "but then a boy has
got to be awfully bad and awfully mean
before he can get there." Boston Trans
cript. The fats and leans are going to play ball.
And are nerving themselves for tl) fray.
To see the lean men double up and the fat men
W ill be wortL double the admision you pay,
If an Immovable body Is str"ck by an irresist
Hble foro ,
It is said that the result would be Pro.
It Morlev. he barber, i-hoiild cbmuct Cush---ir.g's
What uuuiber of hose carts would it require?
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Mow York Cor. Di troit l Y;e Pr .;.-.
A Chavmiii;; Ki idal CZmiuhcr.
The most, beautiful Irnlal ebamtc-r ever
seeii was one recently fitted up !y an Kuslish
lu':o for his brido. lier t'avoi ite flower is the
oaiioilil. aud it predominates in the .tecora
tions. Tho ceiling und the walls are cf a t alo
grayish green and gold. The fringe and dado
are of dull gold canvas silk, hand embroided
in white daffodils and narcissi. The chande
liers have for globes opaline glass en tho
same flower designs. Tiie velvet carpet is
gray green, sprinkled with golden flowers.
The furniture is ef heavy English oak,
carved with winged love's heads, and tho
draperies and window hangings are of Span
ish lace, in conventional designs of daffodils.
New York World.
Indians and 'Whisky.
It is true that the Indian will drink whisky,
but the reason he gets so uproariously drunk
is because, unlike the white mau, he does not
know how to use the drink. An Indian may
not take one drink of whisky in five j-ears; thou
some white man will give him a pint flask of
rye or bourbon, which he doesn't know how
to take in moderation, but drinks at one sit
ting, tho consequence being that the Indian
becomes very drunk. Ho i;; like a child in
this respect, a:ul knows no more than does a
child as to what the effect of the liquor will
be. W. F. Cody in The Epoch.
Abnnt tlio Same.
"Say," said Alpha, "r.:y for, islarnlc
pilay the violin. Come ai our. 1 this eve
and hear him practice."' "U"h;.t is he
ployed at during the davs" a.skvl O ::
"Hy works hi a raw Ca.:g" factory." "1
1 i:::ve r.r.';i::er engarre::icor l--v tms eve;:
but I will c.ll i-ou::d nt ;!io facto
morrow a:vl ri-maiu a R v.- ; ,;:.i:ti-; "
lisl,.v:i Ife.v.M. " " -
Vbo l"ii5;fTirlf ! C:vr-Iry.
It appears thai besid- s Living Khir ? v. i:P
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of HoUiA hoi
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nicu. ;" -w York h-v::.
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"A f t. old -hr.p:"-a friwid's farev.e';.
And I p.:. .,-.! tK
And I '.'.--a 11....? I-ii-.j-, l::st in were rOii -1,
TiiJ ori:-cull's !.i: t 1;, v.-er.'' d.v.d.
And Sfiiinded sadly, tv- I Mmi'l witheiit.
Those lust siid uotos ot ail: Lights Oat !
Farev.-ell, eompaiiions! V."e have side by 1 i !o
Watched hUlury's lengthened shadows pa.-.t u:l
And worn tiie scarlet, laughed at, paid,
And buried comrades lowly laid,
And toil and hardship have we known.
And followed where the flag had gone.
3ut ell the echoes answering round about
. Have bidden you to sleep: Lights Out:
Anil never more for me shall red fro flah
From brijrht revolvers Oh, the crumbling a-.h
Ol' lit'o ij hope's fniition. Fall
The w ithered f riemlships: and they all
Are hleejiinl I'.mt away,
Tho fabrics of our lives decay.
The rolx-s cf night aixmt me lay.
And the nil- whispered as I stood without
Those Lit tad uoles of all: Lights out !
Lights Out !
Flavins a Diplomatic Caaie.
rrince von Eisrr.arck likes cards, and has
left it on record that he once played with a
political purpose in his mind. He bat down
at ecarte with tho Austrian plenipotentiary,
who in a faw days would havo to discuss
with him tho Schieswig-IIokteiii question. It
was his cue to make his opponent believe
that be v:u a rash man. and ko he played
wildly and staked high. The effect was that
when tb-ey came to tall: polities he found his
j opponent deeply impressed with the belief
j that Austria must not provoke a state having
; in it j council., so reckless a tainisLer. Lou
Tie Was Believed.
"I've seen worse cigars than this,' said
Smith, as he placidly surveyed a Chiaraos
cura which ho had just lighted.
"Well," answered Jor.es, who had inhaled
some of the smoke, "you told me the other
day that you had traveled further and se-eii
more than I have, and I believe you, my boy,
I believe you," Boston Courier. .
To Her Stepfather.
Maggie (to her stepfather, who 13 very
popular with chiLlre-u) Oh, I wish you had
been here when our other papa was alive.
You would Lave liked each other so much.
rrononnccd a Fraud.
Tho natives of Venezuela followed a wagon
for nearly a week to see if the hind wheels
would catch up with tho front ones. As thi3
did not occur, th-j vehicle was pronounced a
fraud, Detroit Treo Press.
Every man's lifo lies within the present
for tho past is spent aud done with, and the
future is u lccrtala. Antoninus.
There nra hc-roei In evtry department of
life a faithful servant U one of them.
la doins sateens do not use any starch.
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Jn the treatment of slight ailments
would save a vast amount of sickness
and misery. Que of Ayer's I'ills, taken
after dinner, will assist iJige-stion ; taken
at night, will relieve Constipation;
taken at any time, will correct irregu
larities of the Stomach and Bowels,
stimulate the Liver, and cure Sick
Headache. Ayer's I'ills, as all know
who use them, are a mild cathartic,
pleasant to take, and always prompt
and satisfactory in their results.
"I can recommend Ayer's Pills above
all others, having long proved their
value us a
for rnvself and family." J. T. LTess,
"Ayer's I'ills have been in use in my
family upwards of twenty years, and
have completely verified all that is
elaimed for them." Thomas F. Adams,
Ssan Lliego, Texas.
" I have used A3-rr's Pills in my fami
ly for seven or tight years. Whenever
I have an attack of headache, to which I
am very subject, 1 take z. dose of Ayer'a
Pills and am always promptly relieved.
find them equally beneficial in colds ;
and, in my family, they are used for
bilious complaints and other disturb
ances with such good effect that we rare
ly, if ever, have to call a physician."
II. Voullieme, Hotel Voullieme, Sara
toga Springs, X. Y.
Ayer's Pills, i
Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Iealers in Medicine.
MA CON VENT I OX.
Notice is hereby given to all
voters of Cass county that a mass
ing of the Uni n Labor party of Cass
county will be held at Louisville on July
28, 18S8, at 1 p. m., for the purpose of
electing fourteen (14) delegates to attend
the state convention to be held at Hast
ings in August for the purpose of nom
inating Presidential Electors and such
other busiuess as may properly come be
fore the convention. "We cordially invito
all anel everybody who sympathize with
the movements and efforts of the Union
Labor party for the benefit of downtrod
By order of State Central committee,
W. I), lln.b,
Member St ie Central committ.
Keep it before the public that the ac
tion of the democratic house in refusing
any and all amendments to the free wool
clause in the Milk bill will cause a nun-.
ber of miss representatives, in the present
house, to loose the seats they occupy, as
cringing spaniels to the caucus lath weild
ed by the soliel south. The farmer wool
grower YriU look after these gentlemen.
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