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lOiyrllil, IW, liy Charles H. Uwls.l
"Sergeant, I llkn to Mtrnk inlt you about
jr now Shake," anlrf Mr. Dunilera horn"
teml the station house the other day with
look of trouble on hU usually placid
"Very well, do nhrnil," rrnlhil the fnt
policeman m he lookol tip from his reports,
"Shako he Rwa hy tnt World's fair In
Iheecntfo. 1 dean' like him to go, hut
naefelw It ha all right, I lf him fcefty
atoll Y.uml ha says dot vims plenty, nnd
The ha eotnea home It vaaahtiatdcrMmo
H ' ha goes all uafcr der world. Shnka
rthMHROod boy, uml I llko hlmlohnf a
good time. Hero vims a letter he wrltea
ma, and 1 doan' timke her quite oudt. Ha
'"I gota hrder wker demtrtmi'iit mid
leaetUO, nnd I hope you vhlll wik! her to
to right away.'
"Sergeant, vIim dcro aome poker on x
-nlWtlonnt dot fair."
"I shouldn't wonder."
"Vhell, 1 aend Shako der money, mid It
wasn't three day before ha writes me
again. Dla vhaa tier letter, ttnd he aaya:
" Fadder, I vhaa werry aorry lotrouble
you, but I goca by dot faro department tind
drop a ten dollar Mil. I like' you to send
him on, ttnd I vhaa yourdutlfiil son, Shake
"8ergvant, 1 wn't makn her oudi i about
dot faro. Vhaa ho tnnchliieryf"
"Not a gttNit diiil machinery," 'dryly
replied the ofllccr. "Did yon aend the
"Oh, yea, Imt I wrote Shake dot If ihe
drop aome money he muni pick her oop
again. Fife days ago 1 get dla lilter from
him. He call me dear fmlder, und aaya he
he vhaa well, und addai
" 'I goea by dot keno deiwirtmeut aoday
to wltneaa der prngreaa of two centuries.
h vhaa wonderful. My hair athnnd oop.
I put down ten dollar, und alio vhaa gone
In feefteen minutes, I vhaa alwaya your
loving Don. Pleafteaendhertome. It vhaa
ahuataagood to me aah If I make atrip
"Sergeant, 1 can't make oudt nbout dat
keno. Who vhaa ahof If noniflxxly take
Snake' mosey, why don't ho make a fuss
ttadeall In der pollcef"
'What 'tUir Hiked
the acrgeaut aa a
grig spread over hla face.
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IX ) ATRtnagAMmOetMAKB.
-': . Tta4fa4w.myUteMivkMgrowln
laar all eler tlaaa. I vhaa U dot thm
jrt aatt daparimeat today wad loaetea
Kb' J farai to 4ot progreaa of eivillaatloa. It
pi- ,. Tkwaatailaa If I travel two yean In Ku-
J-V.tl ' MM aiaua auul ) uw iinj I
auMeribe tnyeelf your loving son.'
"Sergeant, I sent dot money, but I doan'
leal all right about her. Vhaa you In dot
4epartmeat vhen you vhaa at der falrK'
"Well, no: but la that a telegram you
"Yea, It vhaa a telegram from Shake, I
got It abattt two hour ago, und dat'a vhy
I come dowa. She aayat
, " 'Der pragrraa of civilisation continues
to aatoaad me.fl goea by dot old aletlge de
partmaaayaetarday und left all my money
aa der table, v When I goea back, she vhaa
goae.Ivaaa,aaeafer, yoaroalyaon. Please
aend me twenty dollar,'
"lugiaat, did you see dot department?
r. v uwyoa leave your money on a table uud
s oeT und let aomepody gobble her oopr
Pleaaa axpUla all about dot World'a fair to
Taaaargeaat proceeded to give Mr. Dun
dee a number of pointer, aome of which
were tlluetrated with playing cards aud
other thlaga taken from prisoner and pre
aerred aa relka, and wihea he had finished
ala aaller observed)
"Bo dot vhaa lt,ehr Dot loving aoa of
mlaehegoea aboudt und find soma new
departtneata for hla dear failder. Ha be
Hem I don't knowdof gojla!deartmaHt
from der keao eHiaeaTo heF Vk.ll,
yoaahaatwalt. I doaa' aead klm aoy more
money. In three, or. four daya ho com
Ina aboobt dot wonderful progrcm of dvl
llaatlon tn der IS otntprtae package depart
ment, but all of a audden"
"Oh, ao. 1 almply enow my loving und
dutiful ton Shako dot I hat aome depart'
meatmyaelt It vhaa called der thraahtng
machine departmaat-uad vhen he cornea
toaaehowderprogreaaot clvllltatlon haa
Improved dot machinery in 900 years be
vhaa aiade'ao tired" und aatoubned dot it
vhaa hotter dan four yeare of traa In Eu-
vpen taiiigeaiit, i vaafTmoocn ovigea,
afar your loving and truthful son, Shake
THE CAtC O MB. 8TEBBINS.
e Mdat Want U Be a Vletla. of a Far-
Jl ealaaad man! driving a wo begone ox
In aWlaraoraarWeart enwalcli waa
looTed a quarter of, ratriof freshly cut
wooa, onrnoa no eorner ana waa approaeb
tog tb railroad traeka and the depot when
the young negro who waa ailing the water
oaokr and aweealag out tb waiting room
oaagat right of blm and motioned for blm
to atop. The man with tb cart nulledoa
tharaaollaea and brougoit bW eat tea bait
"Bor, what yo dun telUo mo to atop
v.n nnawerad tb boy, "1'ae dun tefila. yo'
1 1 doaa' want to nareelve aa awful oa
ateep ouieujaere vaaayme oens on, u
you' vaaajoot my wayftj'ttbout fourldaya,
top tejlj I Irke to ahow y oa ho w der rog
romvl elvlUatloBvo6ntlnaeii to1 nViound
lamity aa dam ral!rode traeka. Mlatah
Stehb.aa,km yo' road dat algn up darf "
' "What I got to do wld dat algafde
- nmiirtiil tba old fa In an UdUmaat voter.
' "Buy. d -an' ycdua nraaaa around wld me.
r I'll make yo' aorry r
"Mlatah Steablna, kla yo road dat slgnf"
Whfetd tb bey, '
' T J. eo" I kjaf '!" u' reckon i d"n'
, .i e' "". '
Rtuiwnufflnr Mat' de way aid tie youag
paUrta day'a glttln too fraahl"
".Mlstah Stebblna, what doe dat atga
ftVhl It aaysf Hoy, doan' yo' try to be
too amnrtl I kin read dat algn a mile
away. Yo' lent 'tend to yo'r bUneaa, or IT
make trubhle fur yo'l"
"All right, Mlstah Stebblna, all right. If
yo' kin read dut algn, I hevnufflii funlerti
aay. If yo' want to p irtlclpate a trnm'dt
bo one kin blame ine."
"DAT HON ItKADB 'BAKORIll'"
"Hrab, ly, what'a do mattnh wld yo'f "
called the old man after taking a long
quint at the algn, "I kin rend dat algn
when I hev my glaiM-a, but I dun forgot
'm dls niawnlu. I reckon yo' had better
aplaln It to me."
"Mlstnu Htvublus. yo' dun called ma
names," replied thn hoy in he halted 10 feet
"Shoot I wiw lent tnlkln."
"And.'MIMnh Stobhlns, yo' aald yo' could
dun read dat ttlun."
"Reckon I could If It wan a cl'ar day.
Iteckon. yo'd better rem) It fur me thin
"Mlatah StebWns." snkl the hoy aa ho
stood his broom up ngaliikt the building
and led the old man closer to the algn, "dat
algn read 'Dangerl' Dat meana yo' doan'
want to lose no time glttln on to dat cart
n dttln dat outfit across tie tracks, an vn'
4ean' wantito step on de odder aide. While
iHoan'apcct no train long licah lurlialr
an hour dar' may be a anvahual on de road
wutcti will nrrove any minlt, an If uat ape
ehaal should happen to como up Jest aa yo'
waacreaslu de tracks It nm needles to (lis
remark 4lat'i 'would Ins de piiKson selected
to walk ober to yo'r house an say to yo'r
"'MisHMa Btehblns.ilatiole man o' yo'ra
j won't iiUMsdecoiitrlhushun box In church
I no tao', lutMe he was hit by do buUglne. on
deapoaaiiulan t'lonuntcd Into eternity at a
I "Shoot" exclaimed the old man aa he
made for Ida cart, "Hoy, I reckon yo' am
right 'bout slgua jiml.thlngs. Ho-up, head,
vo'ole 1aiIium1 Now.Mlen. vn' Iminit vn'r.
self ober dat mllrwli wld ills cart un glt n
mile uway ttefo' jntVatop to breathe, fur if
any calumlty am to bo dun purcolaU-d I
doan' waa". to tie oaaeX de wlctimal"
THE ARlicONA KICKER.
Tke Editor Takes a lta-4 In the Affair of
a Leading financial Iiutltutlon.
IT DIDN'T FAtU-On Tuesday of this
week' there were rumors around town that
our local bank waa on the eve of closing Its
door; It ia an institution which begati
nualnaaa here three year am and baa en.
ttaead tka fall cnnHilfenca nf tht, aublln Imu
the very atart. It ia needleaa to observe that
banking bualneaa In the great and glorloua
west dtffera considerably from banking
bualneaa tn the contracted and effete east.
The boys rather left the matter In our
bands, and our first move waa to picket all
the roads leading out of town, with orders
to capture any bank official dead or alive
who should attempt to skip Wo then sta
tioned a man tn thu alley In rearof the bunk
and another In front of the house of the
president. Then, Hiking live eminent cltl
KeiiM with us, Me called at the bank nnd
asked for a statement. Tlio genial presi
dent at first Informed us that the liabilities
were 33,000 and the asscta only 10,000, and
that 'failure was certain, but a few minute's
conversation changed everything nbout.
His second atatement showed iiNxets at. 18,
000 and liabilities nothing. Wo personally
assisted to count the money and flgiiro up
the collateral, and when this tusk had been
completed the genial president decided
not to announce a mimpcusIoii. We have
over 13,000 on deposit, but are not In the
least anxious. Not one of t ho people con
nected with thu bank can get out of this
town without A)lng through the air. If
there Is auy suspension under present as-
aeta and liabilities, the president and cash-,
Mr will be promptly lynched and the secre
tary ordered to go ahead aud opeu for bual-
W FKR80SAU.T AMMTED TO COUXT THI
nee as usual A a, community we are
peaceful and law abiding, but we have
our Idlomo, One of them la to do bust
nam on the square. When a concern in
this town goea up the spout, the boys
feel that It ia their inherent right to
look around for aseeta and liabilities.
There baa got to be an eternal fitness nf
things, or aome one Is sure to get hurt. TilK
KicgKRaasureajt reader that, the Cascade
bank' la 'perfectly sound and 'deserving of
oonldense, and now, that, it official
thoroughly understand the situation they
will probably Issue a dally statement ami
aateetn it an act of courtesy If a dozen or so
of our people will drop in and loaf around
during bualneaa hours.
THg, World's FAIB.-Our valued corre
apondent at Chicago baa been released from
the bastile Into which he was plunged two
weeka ago for exercising that freedom of
rsh guaranteed by the sacred constllu
and now wrltea as follows: ,
VI had a ride on a gondola the other even
lag. Of course all our folks know what n
gondola Is, but It may be Just aa well to ex
plain that she Is neither a broncho, cayuse
nor mule. She doesn't buck nor run away,
fwa's a boat a sort of cross between a wu.
uu Uix nnd a man-of-war. The feller wtio
bOHSfd I be outfit appeared to object to my
at) la at first, but I laocd hla critter aud
brought her up the bank and jumped In.
A goudoui neither gullopt, lopvs nor trots.
one simply glides. The feller from Vealeo
work her along with an oar, and the paa
engera Just alt'there and chaw and amok
and play aeven up nnd Imagine they've got
the herd quieted down for the night and
no rain In sight. The one who worked our
gondola kept Ma eyea abttt moat of the
time, but be didn't fool ma any, I know a
Venetian blind when I see one, and I'm
Mtlsflad the critter waa only making be
lieve. Aa we slid from point to point
through the silvery softness of tb Bum
mer's night my-aoul rambled out upon un
known grafting grounds and got separated
from the bunch. She waa suddenly lassoed
and brought back by a voice anylngi
11 'Durn my hide, but this beats goln down
the Ijaramle river straddle of a tog durln
a June rise!'
"I knew wbo'lt waa the minute he spoke.
Ho was a cuaa from Wyoming without any
poetry In lilaaoul,nnd he hail no more busi
ness In that gondola than a grluly bear haa
at a Sunday school picnic. I waa going to
throw him overboard for spoiling the voy
age, but he aald he had come to Chicago to
buy three miles of barbed wire fencing and
bad dropped Into the ahow thinking it was
a circus, and aowo put lit and threw him
on thu bank. It's a heap o' cheek for a rep
tile who don't (know whether Venice la In
Vermont or South Carolina, and who nevct
aw a Venetian .blind nor a gondola in all
hla llfo before, tojurap In nnd try to make
himself at hoaae.ihut that'a the way with
moat o' thoae Wyoming critters. After wt
got rid of the unpootlc, uneducated and un
sympathetic galoot we gild and wobbled
and wriggled our way over thu still water,
of the roaring due,p, and such was the deep
alienee that fell upon us that 1 plainly
heard tho gondolier bust n suspender aa he
let go and got a Utter hold. We went
somewhere and hack for a quarter, and
wben tho pale uiixiu slowly disappeared
from sight wu got out ami took a drink
and kicked tho cramp-out of our leg. We
felt for the first time In our life that a crit
ter who will ride iiin borso into ft saloon
and begin shooting the necks off the bottle
without any previous , provocation haauo
right in thu society of itruu gentlemen."
We were about 70 miles to the northeast
of Santa Fu wben we mut u man driving a
span of mule uttnchudito a light wagon,
lie waa a rough looking chap, and hla mules
had been hard pushed, but he bulled aa he
reached the head of the train, und If we
had entertained any auspicious they were
aoon dispelled by hla statement, lie got
down nnd pulled a tomlMtone out of the
back end of tho wagon and said:
"You passed my cabin back thar at Hln
Jay creek, about seven miles from hem
Uln ilvlu thar with thu old woman fur thr
Inst 10 years. Shu died ubout.two wcekr
"Aud what nbout this tombstone?"
"Waal, I wanted one fur her grave, uud 1
went up to Santa Fo to look around. Om
this one of a chap for 13."
"Uut, man, this won't muwer ior youi
wife's grave. The Inscription reads, 'Sacred
to the memory of Jim Wliahut, who was
shot Dec. 14, 1W.0, by .Inck ileurj-.' "
"Does It lead licit wuyh"
"Of course. Can't you rradf"
"Not a line."
"Whoever sold you thla atone took ad
vantage of you and ough,t to be punished."
"Waal, now to be honest nbout it." aald
the man aa he returned the stone to thr
wagon, "nobody didn't sell it to me. I stole
It out of the graveyard myself. It waa a
likely looktn stun, and so I loaded her .
and put the mule on thu run. I felt wt il
the old woman orter have suuthln to murk
bor grave, nnd I wasn't able to come down
with the cash."
"And what will you do with It?"
"Take her home and aet her up. She's
got to go. I can't afford to lose three daya1
time over thla Job. I don't kcer ao much
about namea and dates and pcrticklers,
but I'm after aunthln to sorter top drct
and ornament the old gal'a last reatin place.
It'll do first rate, and if any of 'em up thai
seem to be lookln fur the man who stole u
gravcBtun, don't let on that you met tht
bereaved on thla 'ere trail." M. Quad.
Correct Parsing. .
"What part of speech Is klsaf" asked a
teacher nt Vnsaar college.
"A conjunction," replied ouoof the smart
"Wrong," aald the teacher severely; "next
"A noun," put In a demure maiden.
"What kind of a noun?" continued th
"Well cr it ia both common and prop
er," answered the thy girl, and she waa pro
moted to tho bead of her class. Vogue,
What It Was.
"Isn't it raining?" aald Mrs. Hicks a she
nnd her husband aat in tho parlor of uheli
Uttle seaside cottage the other night
"Ob, no; it'a bright starlight."
"But what ia that pattering I hear at tb
"That, my dear, la the mosquitoes bang
ing their noaea against the wire screens."
Magistrate (to prisoner)-Yon were caught
In the act of opening a bedroom window.
Prisoner Yes, your worship. I believe
in hygiene, and I waa only going to open
the window an Inch or two for tho benefit
of the occupant's health. It'a frightfully
unhealthy to sleep with your bedroom win
dow completely abut up, your worship.
A Sure Test.
Lady I bought these diamonds here last
week for 1900. What will you tako then
Jeweler I'll give you f 100 for them.
Ludy Tbanka. That'a nil I wanted to
know. If a jeweler offers to pay back half
as much aa diamonds cost, that la a aure
teat that they are genuine. Texas Sittings.
Agent Can I sell you a little contrivance
to keep your necktie down behind f
Banger You might last week, but 1
don't need It now.
Agent Have you found something bet
ter? Banger You bet. I've Just become on
All Oa Way.
Gaawell I'm disgusted with youag Mr.
"He does nothing but flirt with the girls."
"Then you don't (Ike to see a man's ef
fort all mtSHllrected."-Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
Willis Urown aaya he haa a horse for
WallaceI don't doubt it I sold blm
one the other day. Uf
" : . ' ' 4 '
"Whoa are you going to the fair?"
"Dan;t jnat kuow, We'v written five
tetter to aome couijiis out there. Iu iK'ii'l
The fenr and Haashle Suitor f Ihe Past
Had a Faver te-fWqurat.
"You do not know met"
The speaker was a man In the very prime
of life, Ids weather beaten face bronaedand
burrowed by exposure uader the fierce beat
of a tropical aun, and as lie stood with easy
grace before the president of the great rail,
road company into whose presence he bad
been admitted he represented the very type
of thoae men In whom physical courage
blende with personal beauty, and to whose
unflinching spirit there la no obstacle toth
accomplishment of theln purpose. The dis
tinguished man whom he addressed paused
for a moment to look with deep scrutiny
Into the face of the atrnngcr, nnd then,
thoughtfully leaning back In hla chair, he
"No, air; I must aay that 1 fall to recog
"Yon do not remember," replied hla vis
itor, "the beardless youkfe of 10 years age,
the poor and obscure clerk, who, guided by
tb purest and deepest love that ever found
It passionate utterance i In the breast of
man, sought your daughter's hand, nnd
whom, air, you rudely repulsed and drove
In acorn from your house without one ray
of hope and with all the light gone out of
hla Href Little did you dream, air, when
you aent me forth alone on that dark nnd
rainy night of tho fleree apirlt you bad
aroused, for 1 come of a race where tho In
domltablo plunk of the Puritan still lives
and which has never yet acknowledged Its
"Humiliated, but not utterly crushed, 1
set out o gain the fortune that you coldly
Informed me waa the priced must pay for
my love. I left the humble roof that bad
sheltered me, I bade goodby to home and
friends, und in distant climes I sought for
the gold Iliad sworn to, gain. With tire
lea energy 1 trod the unbeaten paths of far
countries. In thn Jungles afitho cast I have
tracked thedcudly tiger, nnd stricken with
diaease I hnvu lain for months tossing upon
an obscure cot tn India. Sfever once my
undaunted purpose Hugged, mntil finally In
the mines of Brur.ll I found .the thing that
I had ao long sought. I labored aa no inau
ever labored before, and new, air, I stand
before you rich beyond the dreams of ava
rice, not as the bumblu nnd abashed suitor
of a decade ago, but ns the proud representa
tive of millions."
The look of recognition that icame Into
tho aged face nf the elder mauihod sudden
ly given place to a deadly pallor, and aa the
apeaker ceased he aank back in dils chair
utterly ovrm helmed.
"Alas, sir," he murmured, ns with a de
spairing gesture be acluxl tho band of the
youthful millionaire, "alas, Mr. Coxton 1
believe that la the tiumo I few ilt Is too
"Too Intel" repeated the other. "Too
"Yea," Interposed the old man. "Weary
and worn with hope deferred, my poor
daughter, whose loving heart atood the
teat of ao ninny years of waiting for your
return, haa succumbed. Last week she was
A look of lutensu relief came Into the
travel stained face of hla listeuer.
"You mistake me, air," be aald, kindly
laying hla baud on the shoulder of the other
man. "I am sincerely glad that your
daughter haa married, and I trust she haa
done scell. That, air, was not the object of
"Not the object of your visit?" repeated
the venerable railroad man, his hand trem
bling slightly aa ho passed It over hla fore
head. Then, recovering blHcompoaureaud
resuming the businesslike ulrbabltual with
blm, he said, "Then, may I ask, sir, what
you came for?"
"Certainly." replied the hardy traveler
and representative or millions. "I wanted
to ask, sir. If In view of our former rela
tions, yoa couldn't wnlvoapoint In my esse
and accommodate myself and family with
asses through to Chicago." Tom Mnsaon
Doctor' Wife (anxlously)-Shnll I send
for Dr. Wellknownf
Physician No; I have given myself up,
and he may possibly find me at fault.
She Didn't Approve.
Literary Lady (writing) The moat essen
tial point In our Intercourse with children
la to be truthful ourselves. Every other in
terest ought to be sacrificed to that truth.
Tommy Ma, Mrs. Caller Is coming lu nt
Literary Lady (angrily) If ahe aska for
me, tell her I'm out of town. (She resumes
writing.) Wben we In any way deceive a
child, we not only seta pernicious example,
but also lose our influence over him forever
Witty, Though Seasick.
A judge in crossing the English chauuel
one atorjny night knocked against n well
known, witty lawyer who waa sufferuij
terribly from seasickness. ,' ' f
"Can I do anything for you?V uik the
"Yes," gasped tho neuslckUwjer; "1
wish your lordship would overrule this motion."-White
"I always embrace un opportunity," said
Mr. Mulllns complacently t 1U ladylove.
Mulllns was a successful tnibiuess niau,
but rather backward lu loveui&kiiig.
"Do you regard me as nu op'portuulty?"
naked the girl shyly. ; c
He did after that. Truth.
Decker Ah, I see you have on a clean
shirt thla morulng. Quite a social depar
ture.foryou.ehf Hecker (with dignity) I've worn this
sarment thraa data.. but I'm uloil to learn
I what your Idea of a clean shirt, really U.
I Brooklyn Life.
I Overheard at Bar Harbor.
He Give me a klaa.
He You shouldn't aay "1 won't" to me.
I X ou should say, "I prefer not."
one nu tost woumn'i be )irue. 1..
Ward Where were you last ulghtf
Randall Playtilg cards.
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