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and are never
from rear 01 uie
tb will bring up-
trooper saw a
er den louowea
lie best possible
and the three
wolf seemed to
ijual care. They
Iver anu araim,
chased by the
iped over rough
tie boy running
gtas the young
i got assistance
party out; the
fn at an Oil tfi U.
I but growled and
iwolf, and tried to
I shelter that was
iavs he was sent
ihe never learned
irom grown up
en and tried to
It his food on all
friendly with a
1 let it share his
tk up a whole
f without drawing
jfoyed all clothes
years after his
I just before his
Jwice, saying his
Slicing the word
Can You Kind
Uv advertiarnu'iit fn
frh" bat. 110 two vinida
The me 4' true ol
aah eek, from the
tibia houe plarca a
ttbey mukc and pnb
Vui the nauie of the
foil HooK, HKAl'TJ
u and sister ain't
j "Oh, no, not at
i just because she
t She didn't abso
tver." 3aid site wanted
XI promised not to
? kave more'n ten
itty now and she
'" ce she whs thirty
Its paper will be
X there is at least
i that science has
fM its stages, and
I'g Catarrh Cure
A "re known to the
r.'Catarrh being a
viv requires a con
,t i I all's Catarrh
j&j, acting directly
1 Mucous surface of
r destroying the
iuhh, and giving
by building up
t assisting nature
V The proprietors
i to iu curative
1 On Hundred
ihat it fails to
Ky ft Co.,
kt the adjutant
f interesting to
toute or louses
jiM cwtenU of
lutoid his gate
Jly imagined than
t of ibe qiiHiter
Jt crows look on
tisfied witii the
V picks out with
)uto the air, swal
e becoinei is full
)ke a little walk
io his class, when
jliey wore not
)tiou. "Hoys," he
iilxg to explain to
jot the monkey 1
gut nt rjit.
ytn rvfr pjiry
jug the game) .-
light in a drove
UJITED 8TATB8 COUET.
As F4ltor Arqaltted mt tba Chars of
FrlaMBg a Lottery Adeertlaeaaeat.
Joseph Mueller 'who was charged
with having published a lottery adver
tisement in the Dodge County Pioneer,
at JIayville, was acquitted in the United
States Court yesterday. The case is an
important victory for the Louisiana
State Lottery. It was charged that a
certain notice that appeared in the
paper, which is a Cerniaii weekly, was
an advertisement under the new law
forbidding the mailing of publications
containing lottery advertisements. The
card read as follows:
CONRAD! COXHAD! COX RAD:
TAItD TO THE PCTI-IC
While it is true that 1 have been
elected president of the Louisiana Mate
Lottery company, vice M. A. Dauphin,
deceased, I am still president of the
(iulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing
company, and all orders for material.
inacliiney, etc. as well as all oilier
business letters should be addressed to
me as before. Pa r l. 'ox it a d, box I.33S
f!en. K. .s. Hragg, of Fonda du Lace,
defended Mueller, arguing that the
advertisement did not come within
the scope of the statue. The jury was
out cut a few minutes. ..iliranLiv,
(Win.) .Sentinel, Feb, 4
Thtt Hourre of Hie Imiiu)i-.
The little town of Donaueschiugeu,
perched high in the invigorating air of
the Muck Forest, has been arbitrarily
designated the source of the Danube.
The prince who owns most of the land
in the neighborhood has built an orna
mental stone basin for a very powerful
spring that gushes out close to his
palace and has erected a portentous slab
notifying all the world that this is the
genuine source of the greatest of
European streams, that it is MO kilo
meuers to the Mack sea and iT.H meters
above tide water.
1 ventured to point out to an intelli
gent Mack Forester who stood with me
by this monument that the real source
of the Danube was higher up, but he
regarded my statement as outrageous.
"Oott in lliininel!" said lie piously.
"Here lives the prince, here Is his palace
here is the oflicial statement cut in the
stone, what more do you want?"
1 was silenced, but could not lii lp
feeling that If un enterprising prmoter
could secure some other prince, get up
a stock company, hire a spring farther
up, build a summer hotel, call the
place "Danube High Spring" or
Danube Source Original," carve Jt in
stone and make the rival princu hold
court at tho summer hotel, in three
seasons Donaueschingen would he
bankrupt-Poultuey Higelow in
Each Tear Jinds "Brou Bronchial
Troelwn'' in new localities, in varum
parts of the world. For relieving
Coughs, Colds, and Throat Diseases,
they have been prored reliable. Sol't
only in boxt.
Why People Bogan to Hit When Kalinf .
It seems not to be precisely known
when it became haoitnal to sit at table.
Among the first men it was customary
to recline in H circle or to place them
selves iu a half sitting posture about
the repast, whether it was an animal
roasted over the fire or a caldron con
taining food cooked by .boiling. Sent s
for the kings or nobles were common
nmong the Assyrians, Kgyptians and
Hebrew, but persons of inferior rank,
or even lortu themselves, sprawled on
carpets or on the bare ground. The
Oreeks reclined at their meals, and lor
the rest of the time reoliwd, sat ir
lounged, according as they found one
posture more agreeable than another or
their occupations ptraij.ttu
The Romans followed the salne custom
though benrhesMd chairs were prob
ably more imtuorous air dug them,
what were tho custom in this resjiect of
the Romans who colonized and whose
descendants occupied the countries now
called Froce wd Spain, we do not
prectsw now, but it ra reasonable to
suppose that the habit of sitting at
meals or elsewhere iu the house became
general on account of the severity of
the climate and the different nrchitec
ual conditions in which the people
lived, it was certainly more natural to
recline in a climate that permitted life to
be largely passed in rooms oieii to the
weather or in the oiien air, than in
buildings damp and cold in winter,
whore contact with the floorwas partic
ularly to be avoided. - an Franciwo
Rlfrlrlrltjr far Iafn(.
The extent to which electricity is le
iiiguse! iti legitimate medical praciii-e
is rapidly on '.he Increase, and many
of the new devices foe applying it have
distinct morit. X recently invented
apparatus for the curw of deafness
comprises a battery, u Imlt, an elertrode
supporter oil the belt and Hhaped to
rest on Oie ear, mid connections
between tho t letrode and the battery.
This provides a convenient and
erticienl nnwlH of receiving ihe current,
which can be applied in linly graduated
Authorities Who Differ About
That clever writer and amiable wom
an, Mrs. Amelia E. llarr, will have to
admit that she has been skating on
J thin ice, so to speak, in undertaking
io instruct tier readers in the mys
teries, graces, science and customs of
dancing and skating, she collides with
the world's champion, and it is not the
latter who is overthrown. Mrs. Rarr
describes skating as par excellence,
''the pursuit purely idle, gay and aris
tocratic, says "half tho work of the
skater is done by the foot that is off the
ice," tell of ".he Fen skaters of Cam
bridgeshire and Lincolnshire who, with
their long runners and a fair wind, do
their mile in two minutes," etc, etc.
The article has come under the eye of
Joe Donoghue, who, having beaten all
competitors and holding the world.s
ikating record at all distances, must be
conceded competent to join issue with
any skater with the pen. From far off
Holland he writes in response to Mrs.
Declining to discuss the "gayety" or
"aristocracy" of skating he says it has
always impressed him as "anything but
an idle pursuit." He gives the "foot off
tho ice" no credit except for jeing
ready to use when its turn comes. "1
always thought," he says, "that the
work is done by the foot that is on the
ice." With pardonable impatience, the
champion dismisses the romancing
about the Fen skaters' "mile in two
minutes" by pronouncing it "nonsense,"
as "there never was a skater iu Eng
land who ever skated a mile in less
than three minutes." Joe concedes to
Mrs. iiarr the dancing floor, but puts
his experience and quite extensive ob
servation against liar positions regard
ing skating and skaters in every im
portant particular. If she has faith in
her teachings there is only one thing
for her to do challenge .loe Donoghue
in person or by champion, after the
manner of Rebecca, to meet her on
good ice in fair contest, the vanquished
to crown the victor champion of the
theory and practice of skating. Utica
r'vm cf &ome-40 Year Uw SUfidtriL
Tauirlit i Lesson.
A man with large business interests
and a handsome income married a lady
who, accenstomed all her previous life
to the luxuries of wealth, had never
formed any clear conception of the
worth and purchasing power of money.
For some months the indulgent hus
band gratiiied his wife's every whim
One day the lady, to carry out some
caprice, asked for a check for so large
a sum that the gentleman was dis
turbed. He saw that s'ich prodigality,
if persisted in, meant ruin; but not
wishing to grieve his wife oy a down
right refusal he determined to give her
a lesson in finance. He therefore smil
ingly remarked that he could not giva
tier a check as usual, but woidd send
up the money from his'store.
About noon the promised money
rame, not in crisp bills, as was expected
but in silver dollars, the sum total fill
ing several specie bags.
The wife was first vexed, then
amused, mid finally, as the afternoon
wore away, became deeply thoughtful.
When her husband came home to sup
per she took him gently by the arm,
and leading him into the room where
the ponderous bugs of specie were still
"My dear, is this the money I asked
you for this morning?"
"Jt is, my love." was the reply.
"And did you have to take this
money all in, dollar by dollar, in the
course of your business?" was the next
question, - - .
"Yes," he answered geudy, "it repre
sents the earnings of many weeks of
"Well, then," she said, with tearful
t . -, '-Sond a man to take it back to
the bank iu the morning. I can't use
so much money for so trivial a pur
pose. 1 didn't understand about it be
fore.'" Youth's Companion.
jM)siou Librarian Ah, ha, my little
man; another big book, eh? Well, well,
you are a genuine prodigy! That's the
way our Massachusetts statesmen are
made. Do yon read them all every
Codwalter Me Mean Xo, sir. I take
them home and sit on them at the
table. 'ew York Sun.
No! an AutIuhi NuliJfH
Stranger "That man is evidently
crazy, w hy is ne not put in an asyium t
Native "His property is so heavily
mortgnged that n.ine of his relatives
want it." New York Weekly. ,
Tiiiimeiir and law.
Wnnlou - "A dying burglar has con
fessed that he committed tho murder
for which you were sentenced, and" as
it was a clear case of mistake identity,
the Governor !;r.s granted yon a par
don." Innocent Man -"A pardon ? What
am I pardoned for?
Warden "For committing tho mur
der, of course. Go; but don't do it
again." Jev York Weekly.
Mrs. Dubti (angrily) -"Vou'ro
Mr. DubU3 (excitedly) "You're nn
How Edison Lives,
lie spends whole days and nights In
his laboratory, eating little, musing, j
living in his head. These long sessions
of abstraction must make a tremen
dous draught up on his strength. A
friend called on at him the laboratory
until four a. m. Edison was busy con
structing something, and talked un
reservedly. "Are you not going home to night?"
the friend asked.
"Xo; I shall curl upon one of the
benches so as to be ready for work in
Sometimes a workman, coming in at
seven, finds the great man stretched
out on his bench sleeping peacefully as
a child, renewing the forces exhausted
by long virgils. In such a case
the working always takes another
bench; Kdison is never awakened by
anyone. He is careless about his food
A visitor one day saw him eating some
red herring and drinking great goblets
of water. That was his lunch. He
worked in the intervals of eating and
A Boy's Iirave Act.
Dennis F. McCarthy, a 115-year-old
Brooklyn lad, performed an act the
other day which not only displayed
courage, hut a rare presence of mind,
in the saving of the life of a 2-year-old
child of Mr. Joseph Carriero.
Young McCarthy was at work re
pairing the roof of his fathers barn off
lloylston street, which abuts on the
village brook. A platfo.-m leads from
Mr. McCarthy's house to the top of the
barn. The child walked along this
platform to the roof, and before he
was noticed fell into the brook, a dis
tance of about twenty feet.
The water was about three feet deep,
and the current was quite strong.
The child's cries attracted McCarthy's
attention, and, realizing the situation,
he jumped from the building to the
Roston and Albany railroad track.
Iu order to save the child's life he
had to act promptly, for the arch where
the brouk enters the tunnel was only
100 yards away. McCarthy ran down
the track and reached the culvert just
in time to jump into the brook and to
grab the. little one, who was being
carried along to certain death.
By this time a large crowd had col
lected and every one was loud in the
praise of McCarthy's courage and pres
ence of mind. Boston Herald.
Don't Kill Savage. Dogs.
I had occasion to call upon one of
the most eminent physicians of this
city, and he alluded to the reputed
bites if mad dogs in East Orange. X. J.
"Why did they kill the dogs?" said he;
"it was a crime to do it. Very likely
the dog was not mad, after all. When
a dog bites a person, the proper way is
to catch the animal and keep him iu
custody, with good treatment. If he is
mad, it can soon be discovered, and
vice versa. Should the dog turn out to
he unafllicted with hydrophobia, from
w hat an agony of apprehension would
the bitten person and his friends be
"Xow, ns to this affair at East
Orange, the dog having been killed,
there is no way of determining whether
he was mad or not. The persons bit
ten will be likely to worry themselves
into such a state of nervous excitement
that their health will suffer, and all of
the anxiety would probably have been
removed in a few days had the dog
been taken care of and watched, for
the probabilities, of course, are that he
wasn't mad after all I mean hydro
phobic madness, of course." It struck
me that the doctors remarks were
wise Xew York Star.
Character in the Thumb.
Trust a woman who sits with her
thumbs up; she may be determined,
but she is not a liar. The one who con
ceals her thumbs is apt to be deceitful
and untruthful. Look at the thumb if
you want to judge of people's strength,
for the longer it is proportionately the
stronger the brain. We forget the in
dividuality of the thumb; we forget
that in days gone by, when men did
not write, they made their marks by
imprinting their marks in soft sealing
wax; that was a man's sign manual.
And just remember, too, that Sir Isaac
Newton said, "If any one ever doubted
the existence of a (lod he has only to
watch the aclioti of the thumb of a
Mrs. Kendal and Mrs. Langtry have
hands very much alike, large white,
firm, well shaped and betoken strong
wills.' Lillian Ilussel has a white,
slender, small hand that effect you
first as essentially the hand of a wo
man and afterwards as the hand of a
musician. Mrs. Brown-Potter has
slender nervous hands that seem to be
certain of everything, but never sug
gests success iu anything. Bab's New
laed to It.
Guest "I hear there was a panic at
the Fashion Theater last night, and a
terrible crush at the doors. Were
there many hurt?"
New York Host -"Only a few coun
try people ;who happened to be pres
ent. Most of tho audience, fortunately
were city people who are used to L
roads and bridge cars.
"How did that stupid fellow, Crass
gain a reputation as a wit ?"
"He was once interviewed by an un
usually bright reporter." Puck.
I CalM- at Manor. I
IfctM middle .ages it was the owlftn
sjt cary of small states to coin money
ha even of the ruoe important cities
srhich enjoy a certain degree of inde
pendence. This caused many incon
reniences, among others the debasement
Askings became powerful they re
lt rioted these priveleges' though they
till permitted coinage to be carried on
in different parts of their dominions
under royal direction. Charlemagne
was the first sovereign to limit the coin
age of northen Euroe and the lirst
to ornament the coins with his own
Jffiigy after the manner of the Roman
smperors. Since his time this prac
tice has been general on the continent,
though national arms or other local
nymbols have uever ceased eutirly to be
used, as among the Creeks and Romans
in the early periods of their history,
when an olive branch, a wine jar.au ox
or some other image connected with
the origin of industry of the city or the
state, was considered an appropriate
emblem. Chicago Tridune.
Iaugpr In Decayed Teeth.
if the teeth are allowed to decay un
til the attention required will permit of
no farther delay, and it is then desired
to preserve them for f ui ther usefulness
much that could be avoided by early at
tention must now be submitted to, the
ume occupied in the dental chair is
gieatly lengthened, moie thah if natur
tooth is sacrificed (to be replaced by ar
tificial material) and increased pain and
discomfort usually attend the opera
tion, while not the least weighty among
other considerations is the additional
Neglected teeth are not only unsight
ly and offensive toothers, but frequent
ly occasion painful nerve complications
distressing neuralgias, secondarily in
jures the eyesight, induce deafness,
while cases of resulting insanity are
well authenticated. Then the eflluvia
arising from decaying teeth is not only
uuenduriable, but the air taken into the
delicate lung saructure (over 20,0()0 res
pirations each twenty-four hours) is
affected by it, and in time surely has a
deleterious effect on the health. 15. C.
Cornwell, 1). D. S.. in Philadelphia
FUll That Kill Kai-h Other.
One of the queerist sharks in the
thrasher, which has the upper lobe of
its tail so much developed as to equal
in length the body of the lish itself.
This tail is controlled by powerful
muscles, and is used as a weapon.
Swordfish and thrasher sharks have
been seen on many occasions to attack
whales in concert and kill them, the
sharks lashing their victims with their
tails while the swordfish pierce them
from below. On the other hand, sharks
themselves are often killed by porpoises
which will surround a shark and lash
the enemy to death with their llukes.
How does he feel ? He feel
cranky, and is constantly expert
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and.
manner of his eating August.
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ? He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when,
he is there August Flower the
How does he feel ? He feels,
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flower the Remedy. ,
a A 1'iiKjeler.
Little (iirl (l)e fashion Flat) "Is
ihatmy new brother? Ain't he cute?
Did the angels bring him?"
Mamma "Yes my dear."
Little Girl "Did they have llaining
Mamma "N-o. Why?"
Little girl "I don't see how they
jot past the janitor."
The foot is named from the length
jf that member in the lull grown man.
It was a standard of measurment u-cil
by the ancient Egyptians.
AFTER 22 YEARS.
Newton, 111., May 23, iSSS.
From 18630 1S85 about
z years -I suffered with
rheumatism of the hip. I
was cured by the use of S1
Jacobs Oil. T. C. DODD.
How does he feel ? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flower the Remedy. t
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f J "il tnr. aormp
-pearo)! SoiWPW8 pm nuiai
ay pum Mi!i'q
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I SO Adams St., Ohtoa
Cnrm fur Life ll Uroate, 1
Ufe' Hecret Errom'
0111 nd Aqulr-xt ft I maf of
with q nation lijt, 4e,
GRAND PALACE HOTEL!
81 TO 103 NORTH CLAEK 8T.
Onlv four minutes from the ConrtJ
House. Gable Cars Ps the door.
New houre with all modem im
orovenients; newlv furnished. On
tmericaii and Kr.roicaii plan
Rooms $.1.00 weekly: transient
ents and upward. Turkish Baths!
or Indies sou gentlemen, 0 cents.
Cut. out for future use.
Oilirk Mr I Transit.
Mr. flolhani -"I hear Mr. l)e Pave
has been iirre-teil What is the charge
Air. lirookliii ''I)cl:i; in; tlm United
".My poodi.e.ss? In what way?"
'Dftl'avrt is very fat, and when a
mail Wiignii r;in over him it lost twenty
seconds tiuie and m Used the train."
To roveiicTfi IihihWI' on his ousniy a
Chinaman icings himself on his neigh
bor's door The law r hen executes the
Whole laini)',--lim ner's Young People,
11 :tiiufM-turr of TiiutliiiSekH.
Toothpicks tire made of the wood of
the . spindle tree (Luoumyus Kuropieus)
iu (ii-niinuy. Tins manufacture is said
to employ hirjre numbers of the
peasants in the Crand lluchy of Hesse
durinir the winter evenings. There are
four kinds made No. rt selling at 2s.,
per thousand, 'o. 7' lit 3s,, Jio. 10 at
48. and No. 15 at 4s. 6d. i'arletog, or
toothpicks of willow wood of nice finish
especially those called Flordu Parletos
are so d in Portugal at prices ranging
trom fid. to is. per thousand. Cham
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4a la uhi wknlin, wilanUli, Mid "Htllef fcr Vmtlm," Mlmw, ratol on.
All t 1 MMUtaH bitx.., pink vwam. arc 4
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