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A place of the more
f lexxi If Licl.ijj
JiMM believes, the
MMMBMption of liv
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4 fttll ecreanr."
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t cfcU4' thriek came
iiaaiM jron have for
m ib trnw her cliii-
A" tWtSHA Urn. Davin.
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Hay eivn tlicin
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' I"''"" bill, 4iMJI CM little pain.
nmt.tkASMMM the alrouR,
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VJiH Medical .JTlieovrrr, taken
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niiit-i .yai-- iAad oata.
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c MatrttiafaVVAii'.r 7, 1889.
-Abani: ;JL- P'' Moim-a,
.f,i.v rh ( WV0 to
POLLY IN A COURT-ROOM.
. i.fsiniril illril Matte an lulcraal
tng M'iliifM IWora a Judiffl.
0;i, I'm jrlail I'm here. I'm glad,
1' m scat!''
"1'til that ilrimkeii man out. Mr.
I!ail f" bonted Judd Lawkr, weari
1." It'a only Tom Saw) or," responded
"I don't care the sneeze of a corpse
who it U put him out."
"But it' a parrot, your Honor."
"Ah, there, my pretty!" sung out
the jaiue voice.
The judjre scratched his oust) reflect
ively and awaited developments.
An officer hovo in Ki'ht bearing a
cage contaiuing a dissipated-looking:
"Let me out." acreiiiiied the bird.
"I'm Tom Sawyer. Vou'ru a thief.
You're a thief."
'Order in court," cr'ed the bailiff
"Order yourself." retorted jiolly.
"I'm the cock of the walk. Ho,
"What crime has this gentleman
committed? ' queried his honor, point
ing to the lively bird.
"Ho is here on a aenrch warrant,"
replied Mr. JlotL "Mr. Sawyer, who
is the original of the character in
Mark Twain's famous, book entitled
'Tom Sawyer,' claims the bird and
seeks to recover it,"
"Well, let us hear the story."
'To-wit to-weo towhittlo to
wee." ''Polly, you must not wbistlo iu
court," warned Mr. Sawyer, as he
took the stand. "It isn't dignitiud."
, "Oh, you're joking, I kuow,"
chuckled thn bird. .
"I bavo hadfihis parrot nine years
or more," said the witness, "and it is
the most intelligent and best educated
bird in the statu. What Polly doesn't
know isn't worth knowing. I guess I
have been o Herod 87.3 for him, but I
would not tako $100."
"How did vou lose it?" askod Mr.
"Whew!"' ejaculated the bailiff. "Let
go my finger, you little devil!"
He bad placed his finger thought
'ossl'y between the wires of the cage,
and Tom Sawyer had promptly punc
"I guess you hud better let bim out
of the cage," observed the owner,
"lie will be quiet then."
Polly was released, and stepped out
with a mien as stately as that of Edgar
"I missed the bird on the ilst of last
June," resumed Sawyer, "and I felt
pretty .bad over it. I have Marched
for it ever since, and I saw it yesterday
in a Htoro kept by a man named North,
at the corner of Twelfth and Folsom
streets. The parrot recognized mo as
soon as I caiuo near, and sang out,
"Toiu Sawyer, take me home!"
"You are light," remarked Polly, as
he winked one eye mid twisted his
dead on one side. ''What a brain
you've got. as Mark Twain used to
"That seems a pretty knowing bird."
said his Honor. "I don't sue why he
should not be a witness in this case.
Swear him Mr. Clerk."
"Oh, I never swear, but 1 m u
hungry!" tjnculated the parrot. "Let
"No levity, sir," said Clerk Kaplan
with gravity. "Take tlio stand and
hold up your right band."
Polly muttered something that
sounded suspiciously like "I Owe Ten
Dollars to O'Grady" as he obeyed or
ders. Then bo raised his foot and repeated
the oath after the clerk.
"Thank goodness that's over," he
remarked. "Say. I'm dry. Let's ad
journ to lake a cl rink."
"What is jour name?" askod the
Tom Sawyer, and I'm a dandy, but
IIi.w diil von strav away from
"Well, now, your smart. Stray
"Remember, you are tinder oat!i,K
remarked Mr. Mott
Bless my souL Thal'o. I take
it all back, said the bird, nerrously.
While hU honor was tying: bis shoe
string. Polly hopped on to CJerk Kap
lan's head and dug his (flaws into the
clerk' skull. The man who adminis
ters oaths knocked Polly ick with a
blow in the stomach.
His Honor said he guessed Mr. Saw
yer would hare to train him afresh, as
he was getting too fresh. He ordered
the bird returned to its legitimate
As they left the court one of the by
standers remarked to the reporter:
"T'om is a pretty good Tantriloquist,
ain't he? He has built up a reputation
for that bird, and nobody knew that
Poll didn't do the talking just nows.
Tom is us big a joker as when he look
ed the boys into whitewashing his
fence for him."
Tom sent the bird to his saloon at
No. 935 Mission street and then cele
brated the return of the wanderer.
When he got home he saw two Uirds
and two cages. His bat was also
much too small for biro. The wea,ther
was warm, very warm. San iVa
ir tier color comet anil goes,
First the Illy then the roae,
At the moment jou pro.oose- .
Well, vou may be lure sue Isn't painted.
' ' I
Wa sat toeether at the (rame
(The ad retnemtirance lltKerK
A foul waa knocked my handa It dropped-
She called me "Butteflll(era.,,
That nltrlit I breathed to her my lor
(The aweet remembrance lingers);
I asked her madly for her hand;
She gave me but ber fineera.
"a Other !fa.
The P.ev. A. h. Dnnaway, speaking of
certain preacher, said: "If be would
f pend as much time in earnest, wise ef
fort to develop bid own field as he spends
in belittling bis brother preachers who
do anccepd be would do a great work in
the world. Many a man of that kind
will read this and think of somebody
else whom be fancies brother lunaway
had in mind, but no one will say: '"He
meant iae." I'.iubmond Religious
Mothers who hare delicate children can
ee them dally improve and gain in flenii
and strength by giving tb-m that perfect
food and medicine, Si-ott'a Emulsion of Cod
Lir Oil, with Hypoplioaphites. Ir.W. A.
Hulbert, ol Salisbury, JUa., bdts: "I bare
Qsd Scott'e Emulsion in caeea of Scrofula
and Debility. Reunite mostgratjfying. Uy
little patient take it with pleasure." Sold
by all Druggiate.
A square mile contains 640 acres.
Wb Baby waa sick, we gave her Caatorla.
Wbea ahe waa a Child, tbeeritd for Caatorta,
Wbes aba becaire Mish, sbe clung to Caatorta.
When b bad Children. be piiTe them Caatorta.
. v. aabrti4Mt the miiL'U-
w-wf ttmmi, H any, know
i, A Mt wwsv.toice. When
r Mi- JlM3itaiH have spoken
Kl at'ilhrW. "li may
ir Wt9eC the voice
yyiQnmm, duc uoos
1 m,: iyVU nnaiogus
iwr1 ; Wvcl m the
No Railway Sit. for Him.
Mahono had an office in the post
offico department when he was bore,
just as though ho was postmaster gen
eral, and there he spent an hour or
two every morning kicking fellows out
and putting other follows in the Vir
ginia offices. At 10 o'clock one morn
ing C. Hopper, of Fairfax county,
walked into his room.
"Ah!" said Mahono, "good-iniorning,
Mr. Hopper. Just come into the
ofllno of the superintendent of the
railway mail sorvico, and we'll Gx that
mattor of yours right up." (Hopper
wanted an appointment.)
So saying he led Mr. Hopper into an
'Mr. Superintendent,' ho said, with
a wink, "tins is Mr. uoppor, one of
my constituents, who wants a place in
the railway mail service. Have you
any vacancies to-day?"
"Yes. sir," said tlio superintendent
promptly; "two of our men wero
killed last night in that accident near
Cumberland, and another died this
Mr. Hopper's face was a study iu
"How ofton do those these vacan
cies occur?" ho said, gulping down a
lump in his throat.
"Oh, onco or twicn a week," said
the superintendent easily.
"Senator," said Ho ,) r. turning to
Mahone, "I don't think 1 wra for one
of those vacancies."
"Oh, very well," said Mahone;
"good morning," and Hopper nevor
bothered him again. Washington Cor.
? I was carried away."
(W iai'liers, who
ery one but
I tliat we not
il others see
V Jl from
a 4 ran not b
" vfc Cure.
Vi - Toledo, 0.
able to carry
V Toledo Na-
t n ud mucus
(75 cent per
How was that?"
P.ilU naused to scratch himself and
"Well, I was sitting in front of my
saloon and a boy grabbed mo and ran.
I tnnre at h m. but he was a German
and didn't understand me. At last be
met a man, and ho told bun ho had a
tiiril And wanted to sul it. Hie man
bought mo for four bits and look me to
a place on Harrison street. Why, I
almost committed suieida when I found
mvself there, for 1 tell yon I have been
in select company in my day."
Doubtless," said his honor, laugh
ingly. "But how did Mr. ..Norm got
Oli, 1 bit the wires of tlio cago un
til I rould gut out and 1 tlew until I got
tired. Then North happened along
and look mo with him. Oh, I have
had a gay time, 1 assure yon."
"Ever known Mark Twain?" asked
Well, I should remark. Know
Math! Whv, bless your heart, I kucw
h in when lie was iu his first pants.
You know the book be wrote about my
The court ollieiaU nodded assent.
Well, you didn't know that 1 made
him write it, did you? ' NoP Yes,
.mi; I ui-l: -.Mark,' says I, 'you just
tul.M i .m- p-ii and wril) a story. Ha
mid my i- bad m nln mud pics to
gei her i)l Mvuppud chewing gum,
ti-ad (bits and lies. Hi wrote the
Uory tnul 1 edited U.
Gout in moat rases firwt make itself
known by an acute pain in the joint of the
great toe. This mot exc ruciating pain
may be likened to that produced by the
driving of awedse under the nail. Kor gout
uee Salvation Oil. Price 25 cents a boltie.
"Drink, pretty creature, drink," a little
at a time of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and
you will reiieve your cold, and cot r&ck
your chest and lungs to pieces, and keep
every body elae in a state of agitation.
Price twenty-five cents.
Two hundred St. Paul railroad bands
have formed a club.
Cee Brown's Bronchial Tkoches for
Coughs, Colds ud a Hot tier Throat Trouble.
"Pre-eminently the best." Rev. Henry
i ard Beecner.
Will Carleton, the poet, wrote bis fira
piece of verse when 10 years of age.
The revival of the tulip mania is threat
ened in Holland.
For the first six months of 1888 the
Engliah railways killed 105 people and in
The first steel pen was made in 1830.
Oatriches sell for $1,000 per pair in California.
Beautiful Bamboo Furniture.
"There is one thing our people have
learned from the Chinese," said a
gentleman in the furniture business,
"which is well worth notice. I mean
the utilization of the bamboo cane.
The bamboo combines strength, light
ness and beautiful natural finish, in a
way that no other wood in the world
doos, and by combining it in artistic
.shapes many beautiful effects can be
obtained that cannot be produced in
any other way. The use of the wood
has grown rapidly within the last few
yoars. aud lu the last summer we have
sold, especially for country and sea
side cottages, very many articles of
furniture made altogether, or almost
altogether, of bamboo.
"For instance, there is a sideboard
made of a framo work of bamboo, with
no other material excepting the
shelves. It Is light and pretty and
makes a very effective ornament for a
sunny breakfast room. Then there
are bedsteads made In similar patterns
to the favorite brass rod bedsteads,
which, for myself. I think are hand
somer than the brass, ror cnairs,
especially hall and spiazza chairs, the
bamboo makes a beautiful material,
and even lounges have the framework
made of the elegant cane. I expect to
see the time when it will be the favor
ite material for nearly all the furniture
of summer homes." veto yorfc Mail
Little Flossy was visiting ber papa's
sister, a maiden lady in the country.
The child was , painfully impressed
with the sameness and primness of
everything, and one day asked, "Aunt
Maria, what makes you have every
thing all alike?" "Beoauie I like to
have everything matoh," replied the
aunt "Was that what mamma meant
whon she told papa that 70a ware try
ing awful bard to make a matoh with
very old widower In town?" asked la
nooaat Flossy. DuMk Parqrph$r.
Warranted to rnV.r mnrn gnorts thnn any
other dyes ever made, and to pive more bril
liant and durable colors. Ask for tho Diamond,
aud take no other.
A Dress Dyed
A Coat Colored
r t it 1
varments nenewea 1 cents.
A Child can use them !
Unequalled for all Fancy and Art Work.
At Druggists and Merchants. Dyo Book tree.
WELLS, RICHARDSON iCO. Props. Burlington, Vt.
Is a Perfect SUBSTITUTE
FOR MOTHER'S MILK.
Habits living upon it sleep welt.
lkui;h aud crow, are plump and
heuiihy. It regulates the bow
Is. curing both constipation and
durrhata. Send for vauiabl
pamphlet, free, bold bv dr uists, 25c, 50c, $1.00.
During the last year ebeep
creawd 26,900 bead.
OEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES.
Mfceia of iM. HrhtrMv trr.rerI cfeeai?r. nor
jwwf, everlaVaUntf itad core petition distai-.'ed. ur
proof order on ui&l, to keep the tet wr-t r
titer tUttPxaid if you ea. jHeveraible uii Kc
ssMDVfVav-A r!l lrMtMSt aUi tU2ft3.
JEW -.estJJSV-, ' STMi
I uti iu rf Wrai-i-n and rUtkrr NiMsrwi ad ifwxtaL,
P. K. DtDkiiRlv CO.. ALBiIa it. I.
Ely's Cream Balm
May tffeot tr.j yortLom of tt beA? lriiwi rb4j
opi )Of)rftS kt foail. J a: CaU.rr!i f the be4
is by far & nu.. nmoi, aii ctraitre to utj. ium
coMt llaK ia b neelecu-d. It oifftaftte im ft co',4.
orauoeeti oa of eo da oi!nb!d witi lmar bioot
rta vocierf a. iUoocm Uai'i &arttsvrtl . bu h4
tm ira' t etxtarrb vnrrtiDU us la nrffl&g all wba ttiA
tct tr.ia tUU a sesue to try tno peculiar msOJcla,
it re&oTfttvi ta iuv cerates tae btuod, txiAtoaMt
1 aar bsea troubieft with nutl eatarrbe asd
ber or furd relief tl'l 1 used Ujq& s fcarftapfcrtlia,
waloh I tm o nflJcLt will do ibat la eUimod.
BrirTca tor Hjnd t 6araprUir J, L. Uovrt
Sold by n dm7c its. lt I'x Tor CL Prepared only
kjC.L HOOD CO Apotlieca.-lfs, Lowell, siass.
IOO Doses One Dollar -
Cold in Head
LT BRO!., H Warr.a ., K T
Four Boob Leametl In One ReatUcs
A Year's Work Done in Ten Days.
From the Chaplain of KxeterCo!lKi? and Uouebcoa
Byrift Prtzeman, Oxford.
toll. Kaon. Oion., September, IR'W.
DprSlr:-In April, 1W5, while thlnkinK of talt'.nf
order la September, I suddeolj rTelv( d ootlre that
my ordloatton examlna'lon wii?ld be heidlnafort
ntclif. 1 had only ten (10- rinys In whlrh to prr-narii
for the Exam. 1 fliouM rewinitimntt a year's prpa
rutlan fu the case of anyont' 'i uiterly uniirfpart-d as
t wmr: bui your hyati-ru nun vo ftreatftUfncu my
oa'riral memory, trial I wtifi able to rpmeinher and
plvethertst of any r.oolc mirr reading it om. 1
tli'':e'ore rend Llnlufoot, pro"tor. ilaroi.l. Prowti!,
Mt(!ibflm, e'c, etc.. one-, an1 was iiifi.,e-fui in
evi-ry one of i lie nine pfiprrB. The jiresenr BltUopof
fcdlal'iiiK known t-m fuc't. Fail iifnliy yours,
IKlt.J ,Ur.Miiii-FT(if MAri.OKJii.D, M.A.J
To Prof. A. Lulpette, 2:r? Klfth Avenue, N. Y.
Perfectly tausht by correfrpouoeute. Send for
CnrarnracHTASUSKlUI8&M 180 SO.
fiiufJUeb.J ChiCago, Ills. 1 Clark St.
The Regular Old-Estaillslied
PHYSICIAN AND SURCECH
Is still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SDCGESS
Ctronic, NGryons ani Private Diseases.
j NERVOUS DEBILITY, Lost Manhood,
Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains, Terrible
Dreams, Head and Back Ache and all the effects
lead-rig to early decay and perhaps Consumption ct
Insanity, treated soentificaily by new methods with
SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin Dis
eases permanently cured.
Gonorrhoea, Strictu re. Varicocele and all diseases
of the C en i to-Urinary Organs cured promptly without
injury to Stomach, Kidneys or other OrRans.
AtT INO experiment. Age ana Mpenent.
portant. Consultation free and sacred.
Send -i ( ents postage for Celebrated Works oa
Chronic, Nervous and Delicate Diseases.
44" Those contemplating Marriage send for Dr.
Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female, each
15 cents, both cents (stamps). Nonsuit me oto
Doctor. A friendlv letter or call may save future suffer-
ing and shame, and add golden years to life. MWrHook
"Liie's (Secret) Errors," 5ocents(tampsj. lucaicine
and writings sent everywhere, secure frcra exposur.
Hours, 8 to 8. Sundays 9 to ia. Address
F. D. CLARKE. M. D..
188 Ho. larke, - 4'HlCACtO, IL.li
The BUY EES' GUIDE is
issued March and Sept.,
I each year. It is an ency
clopedia of useful infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
neoossities of life. "We
Can clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to rids, walk, dance, sleep,
at, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sues,
styles and quantities. Juat fieure out
what ia required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair
estimate of the value of the BUifJEHB
QUIDS, which will be sent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage.
MONTGOMERY WARD &
411-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago
ohltlvrly cur''1 byl
uipae Liiue nil.
They alao relieve Dial
trefla from Dyspepsia, In -
d iges uon and I ooli eart;
Eating. A perfect rem-j
Drowsmeaa, Bad lafitH
in the Mouth, Coated!
Totvcu,Pain in the Hide.l
TOKl'ID LIVEH. Thai I
rRjrulate the Bowels. ft
Price 2 IS CcntH;
HELP 22 YEARS
Eilert'e Extract of
TAR AND WILD CHERRY
Haa cured all coughs, colds, bronchitis, and
relieved asthma and consumption for all who
have used It. Is not this an evidence of lte
merits and reliability? It Is a sure aud sai
midicine for all bronchial troubles and never
falls to give aatlsf action. Try ft under a full
warrantee. Price 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Prepared by Emmeiit Profri start Co., Chi
Una a taA diffmwnt from all
oUters. ii, cup shape, with Self
adtustlntr Hall In center, adapts
call DOKiUousof the bodr. wane
tbbointb rap presses bOCH
the ntnat na liitat nm A rinra
On.Ooee With the finger-, WiihHRbt prMjra
ib Hernia ia held socurvly dny and night, antJ a radical
ewe certain. Ittaoafiy. dut-Ahioarwt rnritp. Bt-ntby maii
CaTiiwtiarsaaa. ttftwutaiul litiaa U..HiHsas) lit,
an Aacnmn -urn neri:rjrMtoinTOiiii.
Emfiisi reittfin tlie worn iwMiiiaiir'MiYtmfort.l
I rrua urmvxnret m mitt ttipicm, f rice irtPr. and I
1 1 .tMot. 1 ruviP7s)nr nnrnil. HaainM kh sri
itprwiMrii irti.B,niinif rmrt.m, rani. Minn
HA WLM ET STUOY. Jlnok-Vftpplriif, Penmanship,
J Iwl Km Ariilnufttlc. Hborthand, etn.,thnr
oufihlv taiiKht by mail. L(iwrat?s. lroiilflrs free.
iJilYAN'ra COJJjEUK.s.U Muin bL,BurIalo,N. V.
Treat and eared w!tnns tea antTa.
Book on treatment sent fr. Addrsts
V.Im. POND, II, D., Aurora, KansCo,, IU,
U at kins and mak aor siay Wwtalatfora. tfeaa
MTthrtr ' m rt wnrtrl F.ithr in. CatlTnrfll
rasa, Tf-Mjriaa. Aatttto-a, lai'S tP, Auftisia, uauia.
to 8 nr doy Numiile worth 9 l.fio FKKk. LIum
nnt unti-r t !- li .t feet. Writ's Brewnter
Safety Rein Holder Co., Holly, Mich.
1 CENTS Wanted l Wn arttcliM. Cafc
Aiwus aud tJp. Ere. O K. Hai-ia-vH,LoH port.N.T
w to i oats.
ffcm saaae 8-rtoturt. m
IL"!!?.! Caualesl Co.
1 presrrlbo and folly
dcircd Bir J as ti only
01 IIU3 IPF!SR.
tv.hv sola Bir G for
many years, wd it Das
mvn vue oet.i ai su-
U. R. rjYPHF A CO..
St. 00. SolJ by Drufrtlsta
ft - w . . v
Ws iorntte it lu W S. ..,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
TheLargsit, CaeapAit aail Heat, !a ttj 'orM.
WM. P. A1.I.KN-.
Hver Gums, Never Freer.e in Winter or Mr-lti
Bsmmrr. Kvery bx Guaranteed. Samp) orders
lieitHi. Writ fur I'iixt.v Wa nki the be
Aie-irPRe known and pli rhAoer t-ha'i ethm
taetr common f-ooiH OI.AVKK t; W lf K :,
Otfic. at JaVWar Street, Chli;tao. lUlnola.
Pho'ii Bpmedy for Catarrii is tho
Best, Easiest to Uw, and Cheapest.
ftS . 5i r I --'i-Q
Sold by dmcsMs or tmt by mail, ii.i
60o. K. T. Hazeltlno, Warren, Pa. M
When the food does not
digest, but ferments and
sours, it causes a burning'
sensation. This is a step
hi ilie direction of
can be cured safety and
DR. SCHENCICS '..
MANDRAKE PILLS, ,
-which will fut all the digestive
organs in healthy condition.
Tor Sale by all DniirarUts. Prlr. 55 cts, jw bnT;
8 boxi for 65 cts.; or s-. itt Iit mail, rostajrft fre, on
receipt of price. lr.J.ii.,Schui:t oou.PMUd'a.
The Western Jipwspaper Union.
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