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s I gaze on pictured races
In an album torn and old.
Oh. whit memories they waken
And what stories they unfold.
First I turn to one that loved mc
In the happy days pone Tor:
Sec, his lips seem to be smiling
And there's love light ia his eye.
But GUV llvc-Mat mid life's breakers
Soon was torn and tcmpe.st-tosssd,
And the love wc thought -6 lastlnj
Now, aUfe! is almost lost.
Here is mc I thought foreottcn,
Kor this face that now I meet
Held for me in days Ions distant
TOuch that was of bitter-sweet.
Here is Eunice, lovely Eunice,
(Sentlo sister, kind and true;
nut this pictured face is only
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Here's my laby, little baby:
Now he is in manhood's prime.
And he says while bcndln? o'er me:
Clo-?e vour album, mother mine."
S. LouNa McCrackcn.
HOW PINK WENT HOME.
1 FEEL BRIGHT JMO
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. Ai Indian Trader tells fcis sttry i
Kickipoo Indian Sagva.
Cured of a Distressing Stomach
BusHvnjE, Neb., Jane. 5
Some time ago after suffering severely
Vivlth stomach tronble and dyspepsia,
ivhich iia-1 ljeen gxcctly aggravated by
. the alkali water of the western country,
ar.d wnen I had reached that stage
where I could frequently hold nothing
onmj-stotiischjand would even throw
un water as soon as aranc,
as aranc, l learned
from a Sioux Indian, who had been on a'
visit to the Kickapoo tribe, of ayvonder
..i ,nm.. railed Saswa. I cot
hinx to procure somo for me. Tbeeffect
wca remarkable." I tried to get more
fromtho Indian, but ho would not let
.me have more of his.. He pnredit so
much ho would not give it up. I tbea
learned that Healy & Bigelow, of rw
Haven, Conn., had an arrangement with
th9 Kickapoo tribe, and was .putting
their remedies on the market. I sent
JSSithTtSad procured from the
- Sioux Indian. I got more, and after the
use of a few bottles, I was not only re
lieved but entirely cured, and nave
ctayedcured cversince. .
Taa.eat anything set before me.
effi SStfeaTOr -til- Kick.
. aioiiedSrnd cfieerf nlly recom
Indian Trader and Interpreter.
Pink was not called so because he
ivas pretty. I havtt heard of people
who wore pretty as pinks, but Pink
Dyer was not one of these. It was
his hair, most likely. That and his
eyebrows were of that peculiarly
brilliant yet undecided shade of red
which can not bo dCM-ribed by any
other word (of sufficient brevity)
than -'pink:" so 'Pink"' he was culled,
and so he remained to the end of tho
1 first met him on a Union I'aoifiC
train ffoinjr West. He wus full of
faith, uml hope, and vharity then.
The way I fame to notice him first
was through his asking me. at "the
Omaha station, a question concerning
the time the train was due to leave,
lie was so homely, so dreadfully home
ly and yetsoj.'oou" looking, that he
attracted mx attention as oon as he
spoke1, and. after I heard his voice (it
was a -jjood""' voice Pink had), I took
a fancy to study him.
When the train started 1 walked
through to see if there was any one
on board 1 knew, and in the smoker,
with two or three icllow-passencrors, i
I again found Pink. He smiled tit
me, and said Cooil-oviMihltr' in a
nleasant wav: .-trl fcul down by him
and lit a cigar. j
(ioing West?" I asked, by Way of
opening the convei-salion.
-Yes," h" answered, promptly:
"going to t'oloraydo."
Yes? Ever been there before?"
'Nope: I'm a tenderfoot. I reckon."
he smiled. Then he added: -I s'posc
it's a. pretty tough country - have you
'Oh, jos: I live there."
Well, how i it any chance f'f n
feller t git plenty work?"
Yes, if he rant- it."
-That's good: that's what I want."
Then, in his innocent, confiding
ivay. he wen on t' tell me how it was
he "came to bo going out We.-t the
whole story. It wa a sail story, and
yet not really a new one a tile of an
improvident' father and a family of
small -children, of IV- death of the
rather and the oTorts of the widow
and the older children to get, alcng.
and their troubles in doing so.
Pink wa-, the oldest lie was eigh
teen. Then there were Mill, fifteen:
Grace, eleven: Tiaiik and Freddy,
twins, ten: Ted. eight: an1 Fan, the
Pink (hi name wiis (.ieorge) and
Min could help a little: but there
was not much they could get to do in
the little country town they lived in,
and besides, Min did not like to work.
Ye sec," said Pink, dept-ccatingly,
she's a girl an hain't been brought
up t work, 'xactly. an1 well, yo
can't 'xpect girls t' hanker after work
much, nohow. An th1 rest of "em,
yo see, they're pretty little pretty
little yet." And Pink smiled in a pa
ternal sort of fashion.
We talked on other subjects for a
while. Then Pink, after a silence of
some minutes, said earnestly, with a
6lup of his fir-t on his bony knee:
All I want all I want i l' see all o1
them young 'tins fixed an' settled in
good shape, an' well started, an' then
then I c'n go home an' settle down
an' look after mother."
He left the train at Julesburg he
had some prospect of getting work
near there, he told me I saw noth
ing of him for over two years.Then,onc
day coming down Sixteenth, street, in
Denver. I met him. lie had not
mn.rpii n hit. he remembered mc at
once when he saw me. I asked after
his lucthcr and the "young mis," in a
little while: Pink's. eye- lighted up
and his face broadened into a smile.
-Fine:" he said, -line: I gil a let-ter-every
week, an they're all gittin'
on good I'm goin' home pretty hoon:
lwen hopin I e'd go t Aim's weddin'
she's goin' t" get married next No
vember but 1 don't reckon I c'n
make it-. Ye see, these here women,
they've got t' rag out a lot an git
heaps o' things t' git married in. so I
got to rustle t' keep Min staked in
good shape: I want my sister to have
as good as they is wouldn't you?"
Almost a your later. I met him
again. Neither he nor his smile had
changed. -Gosh! I'm glad t sec ye!"
he ejaculated. "D'ye know? It seems
most as if you was an old neighbor of
our'n, I feel t" know ye so well."
Wc took lunch together, and I
disked him how he was getting along,
and how tho -folks" were.
-On. I'm still punchin cows," he
iid. -an jtiggin along. amqol gait.
Oh. yes. I git a letter every week yit.
Mothers doin" first-rate, an" th young
tins gittin on fine. Min's got a darn
good man, I guess. Oracle's a -big
girl, most growed. now. an Frank an'
Fred are growin' trcmenjous, mother
savs. An Ted an' Fan. they're get
tin" big. too: so most all of 'em's git
tin t help lots, what, they can, out o'
school-time-. Grace, she's goin' t
learn slen-o-graphy they say yc en
git big wages doin" that."
Have vou been home to see them
Home?" he asked, with a tender
emphasis on the word: "wish't I
could, an I guess 1 will 1 nanksgivin:
but. ye see, these here young tins all
got t" have clo'cs an' go t" school, an'
they cost a sight, they do."
After this. Pink was often in ray
mind, but I neither saw nor heard
anything of him for three years, until
one day as 1 drove out from Iararaic
to ranch somo miles distant, on bus-
mess. niiK was mere- jic m r-i
dling a horse by the door as we drove
up. and turned as he heard us ap
proach. He was the same old- Pink,
except that he wore a mustacho (of
the tame color as his hair and eye
brows!, and there were incipient
crow's-feet at the corners of his eyes,
and line- about his mouth.
-Well, how are all he Dyers?" I
aked, after we had greeted each
-Oh. fine:- Grace
The 'alius was a great case fr foolln'
round machinery. Fan? Oh, she's
little yit. She jes1 stays t' home an'
helps mother mother says she's a
big girl now, an' helps a lot."
"Are you working her?' 1 asked
him. , . ,-
'Yep; I'm top man how an' gittin'
my fifty a month ;,but, say don't yo
think it'd pay me t' git out o" this an1
go down in, th' mines? This here's
lazv work. I b'lieve. Mebbc ye c'd
git me a job?"
I reflected a minute.
"I can get you a job," I said; "but
it may not be a pleasant one. You'll
have to work two months for a dollar
a day, or until you can show yourself
able to do miner's work; then you'll
get three and a half. It isn't a good
country to o into, though it's new
and pretty wild."
Pink was silent a few minutes and
seemed to be figuring.
"I reckon;" ho finally said, slowly,
"I c'n afford it, ef there's three an' a
half a day on top o' the two months;
but d'ye think I'll ketch on, O. K."
I assured him I thought he would,
and ho added: "All right I'm yr
boy; I c'n go next week, When ray
So Pink left the ranch and went to
work in the hills, in a new raining
district. Every once ill A While aftei4
that I Used to hear from or of hint. In
One of the superintendent's first let
ters after Pink's arrival ho sent mo by
my request a few lines about the now
"The new man you sent is a dandy
green, or course, inn nooooy s iooi
IRISH WIT AND HUMOR,
etlmea It Ia Sardonic, Bat It Seldom
Fails to Be Keen.
Was there ever, asks a writer in
Mranzer Tliati Fiction.
The Indianapolis News says that a
certain farm editor received ihe fol
lowing story and sent it to tho curio
column collector, who returned it oe-
Belgravia, a more sardonic stroke of cause he knew it stated facts ana oof
nescription than that O'Conneii gavd fiction. A horticulturist had tthwea
at Peel's bloodlessncss? "His smile j many apples every night, ilnally He
was like the silver plate on a coffin." sei a watch, expecting to trap his
Of another and lower quality, but
good of its kind, is the following fish
wife's sarcasm: A friend of mine was
waiting his turn to be served in a fish
shop, while a little weazened old gen
tleman priced every fish in the shop.
"How much is this and this and
this and this?" etc., until tho cxas
porated shopwoman exclaimed: "Ah!
Go on out of that wid ye ! It isn't fish
ye want, but information!"
A journalist told mo that ho once
overheard this passage of arms' be
tween a coachman and a beggar man
outside the Four Courts, Dublin. As
the beggar was whining for alms at
the carriage door tho coachman
turned around to cry sharply to him:
"Come, mv man, take your rags out
of that!" The beggar, with a wither-in"-
glanco at the coachman's livery,
retorted: "Mc rugs! f hey re mo own,
-cW YnrUers JlUkt Ha Locator.
A Maine lobster dealer has orders
from one New York firm for 150 bar
rels of lobsters a week, and he says it
is the ffieat anpetite of the Gotham-
ito for these shell iish which
tn tirieo ao hicrh. New Yorkers will
have lobsters, no
A trembling nani, an uncertain step, fldge-
. indicated dt restieaa snim
- Once more, about a dozen years
ago, an English fellow-traveler, with
whom 1 was returning from Dublin tu
Bradford, said to mc: "Really, these
Irish fellows arc a queer lot. In Mor
rison's hotel, where I was staying,
there was a poor waiter so ill that ho
could hardly crawl about, and 1 said
of him (as he stood on the steps to
seo me off) to the carman: 'That
.,,... fll.-v,,- lwL- ubnr'kiiio'lv ill.'
rr ' IJUIFI iuuum ..yvr. ..-.- o .f
He's eager to work and flies at it like .q; u Sure he's dead these two
it was fun. Evenings now he takes a
hammer and a set of drills and goes
over on the hill side and drills rocks,
to get his hand in. I wish thore were
a- few more people like him."
It was no more than I had expect
ed, but I was pleased, nevertheless.
It was not long until Pink was a
miner, of course, and a good one, too:
and as such he continued for theiwxt
couple of years, always id lh(5 same
One dav the man who had leen
j superintending the property dropped
in on us at uenvcr: no was going iu
niiit. as he. had some nronertv of his
own to look after, he said, "And.' he
added, "of course I havo nothing to
say. but if you want a man to look
after the property, you'll hunt a long
time before you find a mateh for that
red-headed shift -boss, Pink Dyer; ho
knows every fool of the mine."
We went down to take a look at the
property; we arrived in the evening,
as Pink was just coming off shiTt. He
looked just as I expected he would,
barring the deepening of- the crows'-f-et
and Ihe lilies about the niouth;
they were too prominent for so young
-Th' folks?" said Pink. "Oh,
they're all fine. Got a new house,
mother an' th' kids have, an' puttin
on heaps o dog. Min's got three
young uns now, an' (j race's got a
couple don't it seem funny, though?
Tir twins, they're gittin' on tip-top,
an' Ted. too. An' Fan why. I K'poe
site's a yo'uhg lady by this timo. No.
I hain't never Injen back: I'm goin'
Christmas sure, this time, an no
I did not tell hint of his doming :
promotion: I wish Iliad, for he never
knew. Late that night it must
have been one o'clock in thd morn
ing or thereabouts the whistlo blew
at the hoisting works, and we all
hurried up to see what the trouble
was, Pink, as temporary "boss,"
among the foremost.
One of the miners had been killed:
he was a new man, and had been try
ing to make too good showing that
is, he had failed to clean the roof and
walls (he was drifting) after each
blast, and a loose chunk of rock had
fallen and killed him.
Pink and another man went down
to bring up the body, and, presently,
when we expected the signal "hoist!"
the.'e was an alarm from below, which
continued for somo seconds then
came the "hoist" signal.
A single man stenned from the
cage; it was the man who had gone
down with Pink to bring up the dead
miner. In a few words he told us the
cause of his first signal.
As they wero bringing tho dead
man out of the drift, there had been
another fall of loose rock, and Pink
had gone down beneath it he and
the dead man.
It was not long before we had them
out, but it was too late to save Pink.
His back was broken, and we knew he
could only live a few hours. Wc put
him to bed, tenderly, and watehed by
him. Once in a while he would come
out of his unconscious state and talk
I queerly. At last, about daybreak, as
I 1 sat looking at him, his eyes opened
j -What day is this?" he asked.
I -Deeemlier eighth."
i "Hm little over two weeks:
don't b'lieve I'll git well enough by
then. Darn it all, secms's if Id never
orit t.' mi home an sometimes I
think I never will. Somethin' alius
turns up last few years."
All this he said slowly and painful
ly: but his next words were spoken
more naturally. Just as the morning
sun sent a stray beam into tho little
window of the dingy room, Pink's
eyes opened suddenly again.
-Le's see." ho said; "le's sec
eighth, twenty-fifth raore'n two
weeks hm! Le's see le's see
ten, seven, seventeen. I c'n git
home. I'm goin' home they's no
use talkin'." He shut his eyes a lit
tle while, then added, forcefully;
"I am goin home!"
"Yes, my boy, I know it.' I said
K. L. Ketch um in the Argonaut.
mnnth. Olllv he's tOO lUZV tO
Mrs. Lavcrty, an Irish lady, who
lived thirty miles from the American
Richmond, was in the provident habit
of laying in a store of groceries to
last an entire quarter, since she could
not repair to Richmond oftener than
four times a year. On one of these
provisioning "expeditions sho laid in
a store of matches a disastrous in
vestment', since not a match would
strike. Wild was her fury, which
kept alight and aglow by her recur-
rintr dailv trouble to get ner me
alight and aglow without a match.
Her wrath, thus kept at a boiling
point for three months, gave the
storekeeper a hot quarter of an hour,
when she burst at last into his store
ami thundered down the parcel of
match boxes upon the counter. Hav
ing waited with deferential patience
until the storm had spent itself, he
said btiavely: -Allow mc, madam."
Taking a match box from the parcel
and a match from the box ho struck
t, after tho manner of men, on his
trousers. "See, madam!" he ex
claimed in snug triumph, holding up
the kindled match. "The devil lly
away wid ye!" shrieked Mrs. Laverty.
"Do" vou think thativery toime I've a
fire to light I'll thrabel thirty miles
to strike a match on the sate of your
A friend of my father's had a ser
vant called Jerry Doherty. a handy
mUiij who was of invaluable service
to him until poor Jerry took to
drink. His master, as much in his
nwn interest as ill Jerry's, was contin
ually trying to reform lain, and to
1 this end he would read out to Jerry
from the newspapers every story of
crime or of other trouble traceable to
drink which he could find in them. At
last he came to a story which might
have reformed Bardolph. It wa-s the
thrilling talo of a drunkard who was
so saturated with whisky that his
breath caught fire while he was blow
ing out a candle, set his insides
ablaze as it would have set any other
whisky cask, and burned him to ashes
in live" minutes. -'Now Jerry, now
Jerry," urged his master with the
solemnity of adjuration, "let this
bo a warning to you!" "Oh, hogor,
it will, sir!" groaned the horrified
Jerry. "I'll never blow a candle out
again the longest day I live."
neighbor's toys. In the aim mgni
liht he saw limbs of aople trees sbait-
ine, and then ne nearu iruit ianui..
He had seen no one enter the orchard.
Non-plus3ed he crept up closo to the
shaking tree. He saw a hedgehog
descend from the tree, roll over on the
apules until its back was laden with
the fruit attached by the quills, ana
wabble off. The farm editor didn't
doubt the story, but wondered what
an insect-eating animal wanted with
apples. "For the worms." triumpn
antly explained the curio tnan.
What Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup Las coue
for others for nearly two gem-rations .tu
.o for vi u. If vou nm try u nrejuu -...
be convince.! that it is the be-t family med
icine, and you will never be without it.
New York citr is to have oueof ihe larg
est public echooiB ever erected
The attention of iascbal! plajcis borc
ceivc wounds of one kind or another every
.lav. from b.t or ball, is .iirectcii to the fact
thattalva'ion Oil is the best application in
use for erne of cut?, nuiscs, and sprains.
A Vt nttli that icaka.
It is said a watchmaker of Geneva,
Switzerland, named Casimir Livau. has
just commeted a watch which, instead
of striKing tno nours anu quunc.a, an
nounces them by speaking like the
phonograoh. Tne mecnauism oi tae
watch is based on phonographic conai
lions. the bottom of tho case contain
inr a nhonogranhic sensitive plate
which have received the impression of
the hitman voice before being inserteu
in the watch. t
The diss has forty-eight concentric
grooves, of which twelve repeat the
hours, twelve those of the hours and
quarters, and twelve more those of tho
hours and second and third quarters.
If the hand on the dial shows the timo
tobol-':lo o'clock one of the fine
needie-pointsof the mechanism crosses
tho corresponding groove, and the
disk, which turns simultanoouai. caus
out the time, just as the phonographic
cylinder. The lower lid of the case is
provided with a tiny mouth-piece, and
when the watch is held to the ear the
sound is all the more piain. Jeweler s
tin.c inrUrrtodbr restlcts suit un irom one
place or posture to another, uaually mental au
nnvance at unexpected noises, ard toon? tn
I indications of exttema nervousness. These
seem trifling, but the health of men and women
matces in this condition is "decidedly ahaky." liable to
be overthrown disastrously by causes wmcu
im T-.r.rr.iw tritvht df fv Tn -fnrtifv th fcerv-
what tho ous system, general vigor roust, through ths
price may bo, ana they are now pay iff , of Hn ,mpnlred poWer ot sleeping at night, be
1 t ppnta a. nound at wnoiesaiw. .rintcu raised ioaneauniuiiauuru. Apiraaiooui,
10 CeDl8 a P , ," r,utA. mPftI1 about this h Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.-which re-
cents a Dounuforlooster means aoou6 cs;abJlsncs ingestion, bile accretion and tho
40 cpnts a nound for lobster meat. Ihe habit of bo.lv on a permanently regular basis.
. i. i; T,rt Vw Yo-k thus renewing that bodily equilibrium, which
traffic between Maine and ew io.k, ,sfoljowfd a ! or- strength and nerve t
has reached such nroportious that a tranquility. For kidney complaint, rheumat-
Friendship man has constructea a ne attack or subscnuentreuirn of malarial disor-
NOW IS THE TIME
TO TRY A SAMPLE PAIR OP
L. " '
and imoroved method ot transporta
tion a "car which preserves each lob
ster fresh and firm, and in which they
can be kept for a long time or trans
ported along distance in the very best
of condition, alive and kicking.
T. Viali Woolen Miawla.
Scrano one nound of soap, boil it
down in sufficient water; when cooiing
beat it with the hand it will bo a sort
of jelly; add three tablespoonfuls of
spirits" of turticntine and one of spirits
of hartshorn." Wash the articles we 1
in it then rinse in cold water until all
soau is taken off. then in salt ana wa
ter." Fold between two sheets, taking
care not to allow two folds of the arti
cle washed to come together. Iron
with a slishtly warmed iron. Shawls
done in this way looic 1'iKe new. bait
is to bo used only where thero are del
icate colors that may run.
ders, this medicine is without a peer.
daily take a wmeglassful. (
If vou 6top to debate any questionable
matter w 1th tie devil he will outwit yon. i
Baker'a Cii TLiTer OH.
The best In tha woild. Cures consumption.
Makes new blood and flesh. Sold by drucststs.
Beware of the man whose wife is always
saying lie has no faults.
FITS-A" flu Hopped tn by o. lLLirsMAT
lav KEHTOKrK. No nt alter rs day s use. Jlar
tcIouj enrrt. Trtio and U 00 triU bottle trcfl to Kit
eaes. ScndtoUr. KUne.ra ArchSt..niUdlpnia.-a.
They are warranted and made
by Skilled Workmen, of the beat
ASK a'OUU DEA-LEa lr"
coods manufactured by us and
take no others. It will pay you
to investigate by a trial.
No wound can hurt so badly
ntilctcu bv a friend.
as the one
If the Haby la Cnttloa Tceta,
Be Mire and use that oM and well-tried remedy, Jlas.
Wisslow's Soorntsa SiKcr tor children teething.
Wl en wc try to l ase everybody wc shall
Brummetn Cough Drops.
TJfco r.nimniell- LVltrlratcd Couku Krops. The genu
ine have A 11. B. oa each drop. :U1 everywhere.
Two hii'-dreil and seventy-t" o textile mil Is
were eree'e I in th s country in 102.
"Each Spoonful has
done its Perfect Work;'
Is the verdict of every woman who has used Royal
Baking Powder. Other baking powders soon
deteriorate and lose their strength, owing to the
use of inferior ingredients, but Royal Baking
Powder is so carefully and accurately com
pounded from the purest materials that it retains
its strength for any length of time, and the last
spoonful in the can is as good as the first, which
is not true of any other baking powder.
Unlike the Dutch Process
are used in tho
irhtrh " absolutely
pure and soluble.
It has marrthanthreetlmeB
Ittcstrtnyth ot Coeoa mixed
witli Starch, Airowroot or
Q.,-,r. nnd Li far raoro eco-
"vs. -". .--- - ..
DomiMi. costintr sB";r : --Y
It is ueucious, uuufuui"b -""
iil-amr i itiri
Sold byGrOfora cTcrywhera.
W. I?AEER & CO., Dorchester, Mais.
i l -- -' -.- ;-t.-.-vv.- fijaMiamsa.ji-
Wanted to Know.
j The girl was very rich and the
1 voun"1 man was poor but honest. Sho
likfMi him. but that was all and he
knew it. One night he had been a
little more tender than usual.
"You are very rich." he ventured.
"Yes," she replied, frankly, -1 arp
worth f 1,090,000.'
"And I am very poor.1'
"Will you marry ine?"
"Ithought you wouldn't.
Then why did you ask mc?
'Oh I inst wanted to sec how a
man feels when he loses a million,'
and the girl smiled. Detroit Free
Stuff About SnalT.
Many houses are not infrequently
infested with beetles and crickets
during certain seasons of the year. A
simple but effective method of get
ting rid of them is to sprinkle a small
quantity of ordinary snuff in the fire-
! place at night, ana well nu up me
she's married 5 ..hint nf the Moor, or anywhere else
able Liver, Stomacn,
nnd Blood Medicine, one iwib per
Bottle; Sir uotues ror. " "-
.U ly Draft's M DMhri OfttYi
i now -jot married two months ago. to
a cpeiator. 31 in s got two kids now.
Ha-fcs-ha! Think o1 me beia" a unclel
Tit' b.yj5? Why. they're big fellers
now. Frank's !ea nin' th operator's
nadc with Grade's husband, an' Fied.
! ht.- v.-o.-kin iii a newspaper shop,
' ltr.ii.iir t be a editor: Tt-d'a still
jgin t .svjiool, b-t hu.- ijoin' t' quit
i next year a.n' learn machine -maki",'
they may infest, Avith the same article
A Palpable Untruth.
Cumsc 1 always regarded Dr. Kap
sool as a truthful man until to-day.
Fangle What happened to upset
vour belief, in his veracity?
Cumso He told me his practice
v:as so neavv iuki hc miuu t nu, n
A Hungry IMilIosopher Argues on tlio
Subject Without Avail.
A man who had just purchased
several pounds ot sparerib and sau
sasre meat, Avhich was insufficiently
wrapped up in butcher's paper,
stopped for a street car. At that
moment an old man, shabbily dressed,
with silver locks of cu.-ling hair,
stepped up to him.
"Pardon me. good sir, but may I.
in the interest of humanity, ask a
"Certcs, friend," responded the
"Is that meat in that package?"
Swineflesh, if I mistake not.'
"Do you cat it?"'
"Weil, I reckon I do, if I get a
And do you not feci, sir, after cat
it. a swinish impulse to lie down and
"Not a wallow
"Sir. the Hindoos cat no meat.'
"Hut I'm not a Hindoo."
..You would live a thousand years
if you never tasted moat.'
But I don't want to. I should get
old before the timf was half up."
"Oh, sir. you might be able to con
verse with spirits if you would give
up animal food."
"Thanks, no spooks in mine."'
"Hut I see rash on your face. The
unhealthy quality of your food is the
cause, sir. -Meat is only another name
"I daro say, old man, but I like that
kind of tioison. This is my car. Much
obliged. Good day.'
The aged philosopher looked after
him sadly and shook his head as he
"Sparerib. u-um; sansagc with
gravy yum, and I haven't tasted r.
bit of meat for a week. I must get
near a butcher shop and try it again.
The interests of humanity don't seem
'o take today to any great extent.'
The Sleeper'a Answer.
There is a choice recipe in which
the owl figures "to make anyone
that slecpeth answer to whatsoever
thou ask" given in "Physick for tho
Poor,"' published in London in 1G57.
says All the Year Hound. It says
that you are to -take the heart oi an
owl and his left leg and put that uj)
on the breast of the one that slecpeth.
and they shall reveal whatsoever
thou shalt ask them." The Hindus,
however, declare that the flesh and
blood of an owl will make a person
insane who eats or drinks it. On
this account men who are devoured
by jealousy of a rival or hatred of an
enemy come furtively to tho market
and purchase an owl. In silence they
carry it home and secretly prepare a
decoction, which an accomplice will
put into the food or drink of the ob
ject of their malignant designs.
A Literal Fact.
Mrs. Lotos I think Mr. Gushly is
d lovely man. He has been married
fifteen years and the other day he re
ferred to his wile as an angei
lluir to rare for si Lamp.
To prevent a lamp from smelling of
fensively and from leaking over, trim
the wick and clean tho burner thor
oughly each day. Always turn tno
wick well down into the wick tube be
fore blowing out. After the lamp's
trimmed in the morning, turn thewicic
well aown into the tube. Wash the
burner in soap and water once a week.
Tne offensive odor comes from parti
cles of charred wick which remain in
tho burner?, and the leakage corres
from having tho lamp too full or hav
ing the wic;c come to tho top of the
tube. If these directions aro followed
with all kinds of lamps, there need bo
no trouble as to odor or leakage. In
Lduulex lamps, wita cxtincuisnors. open
the extinguishers after putting out tno
The proprietor of EIt's Cream Balm flo
not cIkI.ii it to he a cure-all lint a sure remedy
for Catarrh and Cold hi the head.
I havo been afflicted with catarrh for 20
rears. It became chronic ami extended to my
throat, causing hoarseness anil great tliiliculty
in speaking, Indeed for vcars I was not able to
speak more than thirtv minute?, nnd often
this with great difficulty. I aho, to a great
i-rtint. lost the sense of bearing. By the use
of Elv's Cream Bulm all droiijilntrof mucoiu
has ceased and my voice and hearing has
greatly Improved. Ja5. W. D.i.'idson, Attor
ney at Law, Monmouth, 111.
App'v Balm into each nostril. It is Quickly
Absorbed. Givrs Hclicf at once. Trice
50 cents at Druggists or by mall.
ELY BUOS., 66 Warren Street, New York.
l.nii t a Fiatn'i.
A voting woman of Foughkcepsie.
X. Y., has begun a novel suit for dam
ages against the Hudson River and
New Yors Central raiiroad company.
She alleges that in an accident on its
road, the result of carelessness, a cer
tain young man to whom sho was en
gaged to be married was killed; that
by his death she has lost a husband,
and thereforo she has been deprived
nf siiDDnort and maintenance aunngj
her life." Sho demands "between $30.
000 and $40,000 as an equivalent for
"fraandtear might or prfw. Pr-
. .l nun prevented :M .""KuM.
Phv siimmi.: with Wahl'i Uouni
Mt. Sterling, Ky., Feb. 13, 1889.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Gentlemen : I desire to make a brief
statement for the benefit of the suffering. I
had been afflicted with catarrh of the head,
throat and nose, and perhaps the bladder
for fully twenty-five years. Having tried
other remedies without success, I was led
by an advertisement in the Serftinel-Demo-
n.nnniivM nno pcopio
urao i'ave neivU luncn or Astti-
s!u!il ue !-!?."-"
1 f..n..,nmtl(in. it nu eiircn i
uv"- -- .. , ... ,.,
0( (C. IV ' .w .ti
ktHtnc I)c.""-, 'j"
Cva even "!. . - -
h fjs. z p. u s g M
A SPECIALTY. 3
Tiie Modern Invalid
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
be pleasantly acceptable in form, pure
ly "wholesome in composition,- truly
beneficial in effect and entirely free
from every objectionable quality. If
really ill he consults a physician: if
constipated ho usea the gentle family
laxative Syrup of Figs.
crat to try Hall's Catarrh Cure.
finichPfl mv fourth bottle, and
am right when I say I am thoroughly re
stored. I don't believe there is a trace of
the disease left. Respectfully,
WM. BRIDGES, Merchant Tailor.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. 75 cents.
MuM til worst nip
. . itlirMonmlrall
Kl'yT. ' Comfort
Lmtiurf J ,,,,.
ri- for rtf im,v. .
in en t "eni ""-ft
e.-iied ;. y HOt SB
MFti CO.. 7 liroad'
way, Xe Turk Cltr-
If aayon doubt that
wo cn euro th m t ob
stinate c!" in 20 to JO
tlaj3. let him wr-tufor
pai!lnilnr and lnetW
data car rellal.llty. Our
lln inclal ackln L
no i.i)0. WS'cn mercury.
I.. ',,. p.,a.,m..,, rdU or Ht SP .;-
pll ri .. .ac, c n.iw. :-."---V." " rrru,.f jcnC-
l i: r I'at w llturo ? -... " - - - -
x Jci. fieo. loos HUikdv l-'.. hl.K. I"-
SSff .fetttop -aachlnery, Wind.
beeu tested and all warranted.
TE PECH WFC. CO.
1 ' Hictis: City. Icwa.
512. Canal st,i.o:caw".
Crahr.m Flour Cri..int!v
i 10O rrr oi-nr. pore mac
InkMpm-I'outtrv: Also rilWlUC.MIl.Jmna
Kat ra sreUuox WILSON MUOS. K. Vm.
HVG3ssyjii:f: says she cakrotsek how
5afi Wlrfc YOU DO IT FUH THE MONE
"iJ. i.i . :tt.i ton "to?'
icte.Dybj.ep--la.Xo Naiuea.No 1-aln.Verr sn
bosproutedon the nhare.
NO experience required.
Directions for sprouting Ucc A'lur," cflft
T. J. SKINNER, Columbus, Kansas.
i w Ki -Jm
U!CH FIVE OH EUCHRE PARTIES
n nnil SUIro tal-
Kind of iel!cio:i tint warm- and
s the kitrl that is full of suus-ninc.
"ITaiwiiir I:iCi f'nrn s.
W n-aniisl t mrr. .- n.onry refill!"" 1,
ilnilk. forlt. l'il. -5 civ.U.
A a i33
PllU. rxuuiuv .. v - - a f- ., k. . j I
Hu res ScK Headacne poultry u?&& -
U "a - - BREEDERS Il.u-traied faMliiRnc
TWIN CITY STEAM worn mmm.
ia ;oit on or fallen,
in :tr;ous iiaits of
i Ter '2.00') obel C3,
arc known to ex. at
'it;hins E,eaii i roiianiiiTttlnii.
Kcrups Ilalsam will stoj the coirzn at
once. Go to your drucgiit to day and Ret
a sample bottle free. La'ge totilesoO cent
ami ?l IX).
The world i" full f lirrrc wlios names
will i ever le known in this life.
DYKINU and CM'AN'INO "f Kv.-rv D.-cnpti. n.
1 .21 Karimm St . Omaha. Oir A v. A & '-'t! St .
Coune- I liluil-. S- r.-S for tircii'nr and jric- 1 t.
for our tut of 19 Cata
l ninnic nnu
W. hTCT. 25 Central St-Eo.ton. JIaii
Vccat oo much and mkc loo httlc out
dotr c.tsreisc. Tins ib the fault of our
nioicin livilizatioii. It is tlannci that
(Jarficlinc ,a maple herb remedy, hel.u
Nature to ovircoms tLcse :idusc?.
American lard pells for 5 cents a pound
" 'Bkows's Bkoxcihai. Tliociirs are e
ceilent fr u:c re lei nt Iloarieness or :
Throat. Ti ey a.e t-xi-cc.lin.'lv effective.
Chr'Etian World. London, Knz.
The cbt complete Bible
laud was issueJ in l."w5.
1 rintcJ in Eng-
To any party or parties Intending to move
to California: Should correponl at once
with the tindTsiirncd, sole agents for the
P.eyto Co!ony Lands. P. FKY & SON".
Pieyto, Monterey County, California.
I H i AzMJUm '
ta a s "2&ss3sa Ki'ii dtny t;?.:
I"5 1 E W v7 B wj-ljl pinr
' Xi :sn":di-. 5-b. :.s prat. Crop, kfciru. jfel
! v:a r.;225. r at a:- isiwiizntia ttzCtsi SdWJ'at
O'C -; -? M;f "55rt ra rtJi'C l-v it. UUMMI . . ifc'i B tl Ji VI
-- ra&c&ssgs rfasa am " r-.
rvffSSTiarai? rs t TTm TPtt 'te-Ki -
smxmf f.r-V '' ' -erl"y "' i1wln"1'1
Y?S)-aG W.S.ii ..- rt- Ilui . hrro and.
."--. .. . " . .- DDHtMU SIallA. AO.
uniovl. if. of'- -
AiithorUKl Ufby Itidpath
Ilonanza for Agents, out
fit ttiilv 25 renM.
johD-wn. ."uTTou. Iltu bt.. luctniond. V.
INSURE Intbp rrmT and Merchant In'nrnr
( y of I.lnein I Pal and Surpliu OTer .W -C0.
I.Sjit.'sesnai-tto Nebnska people lnee IMi.
W N U. Omaha. - - " 660-7
Li5&?TWII35 The 60 Day Cabbage.
Till ii alil3U7 tho eer!It eiliMea in mo n . v
Ttry isarci. VHS.. 15c.; i .. Xc; H lb.. V- pcrtrtM.
THE EARLIEST VSCLTAKLia
. .s. ..... . -.-. . - " .
Ton 14c. IVITM CATSLOUUt, iic.
To Inrc!ati our imJj eTtrywhcre. tenJ. pe?trld, apoa
rn ail w r...
ALL FOn 14c.
U in great denied h!i p-a- ni vllt feteh tlj price,
aro i er!iet. jlzai Sa!ier 3 f.-Hf.
.risi.EArlrfitV stable Norett. ?t,J0'tr' -
1 rjii.e "ix V.'eV Kadis'!. I- f
1 SilTerEtaie IjH'--". I'-
1 " Oiiatlrline'ionilt 21.
1 " LoaiOiant Cucumber, HV:.
L " EiililantFlowerSeeii,.':.
SALZCR'S SEED CATALOGUE
Ii th 8eet rnMish'd. CojU u3 OTer VAO! is K-'T
owile I ofia reetift of 8c. pejtaje.
JOKH A. SALZER SEED CO., L.t Crease, Wis.
Cures Connnmptlon, Conghs, Cronp, 8or
Tli ror. t. Sold bv all Dniczists on a Guarantee.
Tor a Lie Sid-, Backer Chsst Shiloh'a Porous
Piaster wUl give great r-atiifcet:en. 5 ceota.
u! IS Cited before 15Z. an i cent piect
B- J tC 1T3, aJl large copper eenu, alao I
i.n.ia flxllriiin Hnxe the Bovet
. n.- in nrrlffr in lie healthy this
' - 'rs.ri mnciiniilnn. headache, kidney
o.h lir irnnhlM nnd reniateu the stomacn
and bowrW. Trice 60c and $1 00. atall dellers.
The liches that run to us soon fly away
ROOT. BARK m BLOSSOM
I fSIIYno DATIAXnVAKIE.
1-v I . lt."l pmnditc. J thfti.arxl vrU'tttntalaw
fvrmtnrruUr Watehfort lrclolIariUttIlKteeB
lM acd kJj. ha!f doilara diUl txrf'jre 1JM. ijuarterf
Snt Pie. brlure li.'il.any 3ntp:iMj Se-ntpitte. WW'ta VM aro
UeeaUae,'ieon ieenU oft-ttacd loH; aU talfcecti. fort.jo
enpicurra.r- ncuu.t iu"i-j t jri
nttov I inV from r c-nl to iWv
-.. MM r.i.- mliif. xf ijrrnnirfrt. Amonrta prices
"" -?"".-; ..,.'. i.... jii. li'm
ra. km i inr i" art tuiitmr. aa.
M H H ?I4. Iii H Mv5S1 are i.7i.,r 11Kuartrn.Ki lor l".'Ji dollar. I
fKl4 3' fF 2 l vSa7 ld.ar.ttfor.K5en:orl.'C3cstplel;
r-rT rJTfce eeriain half to. 3:01 f.r LVZ Naif i.I!ar l lor ,".?"''. "T "'J.
ji.rVTo ercdJ: on wanted. S.-W.I r.r i.nrtlruliir-.eneijf.n-iiy ''
"".mS-.joo. W. E.Sai.N.VEK. folia lr.iier. .. ..,
r aiy tri y
T 91011 l(
n'T mean roinr iioIIr. prr-
lav uaijuii (
Lotos Of course he
senil out bills to bis patients.
I last syriagr- rue'
TWO KINDS OF WOStBX
r.cQil Dr. Tierces
tion those who
wnut to be made
strong, " anil those
who want to be
made well. It
builds up. invigor
ates, regulates, and
It's for young
girls just entering
womauhood ; lor
women who have
reached the critical
"change of life"'; for women expect-in"-
to become mothers; for mothers
wRo are nursing and exhausted; for
every woman who is run-down, delicate,
For all the disorders, diseases, and
weaknesses of women, "Favorite Pre
scription' is the only remedy so unfail
ing that it can be guaranteed. If i:
decstft benefit or cure, in every case,
(the money will be returned.
m JCragMapal TaT j . . i -
in iif"in3aci" iii.'r iu itj ...m.vv. .ij -. n a ta rn T"""""k m
i. r ... t.. t , l-.aust !lrCfF.l rfltlf krVAttl Makaaaaifff am W 1T tf 1 A t ? tm M !J liFH t"V"A
1'ain I4i i.ac iiti j.iusi.N a m-mmm.'z -' ---- H E. VV St n c.L Uf rilnUwi Lt Ti "f m S d
nVfc&ZBZ7irtH,a:6imW'Er . i&hgVZdXiTuT3:JstSd& WSU -, PriGffl
kii. oceniop.tU3sur.nrjrf pi Try Hand BaWtll. fprltwhrayoHUay. Ellrlj ? SrJal W&
SE: Srwf l
fKJi f3Lji ,ri.V-' VafM
&teH "mir : 1 Wfk
r fsr i tBm 'jat&ai m-aan
iSM-U- msSISSSjJL k Si.no nnd Si.ts for Youths and Boys.
fMSS I$ms&h. Q
E2& .JUiil'- CWa
ilHIS ISTHF TtecrX"teJ-siSK
mmimmmMi&mp -. vr
M I 1 Pi 1 1 HlaaMal Mi 1 1 I ' I SritiM1lS
1 w tr im 1 itr
I ROOT, SARtC &. SLOS30K. Howrark, N. J.
MEKD YOUR GWH HARNESS
No tools required. Only a hammer needed i
to drive and clinch them easily and quickly;
leaving the clinch absolutely smooth, nequinnjr 1
no noie 10 oe suue m mc ic-ii.ii.-i nui uu. .v.. ..
Kivef. Ther are STHOKG. TOUGH and DURABLE.
Millions now in u?e. All length", uniform or
assorted, put up in boxe?. Mn
Alc your .Irulrr for tlirm.or send vx.
Ia stamps far a box of 100; assorted eizef.
UUDSON L. THOMSON MFC. CO.,
A scv?cd4hoe that viil not np; can,
seamless, smooth inside, more comfortable,
stylish and durable than any other shoe ever
sold at the price. Every style. Equals custom-
made shoes costing from 4 to 55.
Tfcc following are of the same hish standard of
S4.00 and 53.00 Fine Call. iiar.u-fceTrea.
ad s.co Ccasola, J LADIES.
"JSSSlIntjCfc'yamcalh.KirBi- S !
aW 'St. c flgWT.M trratnot (by rrao J tj
B f0lTLK.?i.. S,rJ(!3.tr4 -JI J
i. IV. I'. SSTDER, M. !.. Mall Dept. IB,
RIoVlclror'iK'J'licatoi-, Cl.lcaar I.
to taiiTessimallSenitorr. Bis pay for winter's
work. L. UTtllUIi 4909, WtMW7.-
53..TO aaa s.ca lx.
51.75 tor lusses.
IT IS A DOT!? 703 owe tbwmu
to set tto teat valo tot yovt
ccser. scoaonuzo in your
fast-wear trj parc&Mta W.
Zi. Dongia tsaoc. maioM
reprcoa. xaa oesi vaino
at tiio rrlces adverUaod
tnooaaaoa can vem.
Uly. Uo jou -onrnz
. . t t- t . atiw dimlfin and eneral aercaniseMereia --
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