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THE OHIOA.0-0 EJ .A. 0 Xj Hi .
Stats Oat rut Committers. I
Chairman J. H. CUtk.
crttarjr T. N. Jomleson.
Treasurer-K. U. Keith.
At Lars Edward H. Morris, CIiIcsko: lions
Ion Slniticton, Decatur.
2 James Ii. Monsahau, CMIcmo
i James II. llmkc, Cli.ciiro
t ..James Pease, Clitcstro
Vr. B. Frnzlcr, Aiiruta
C Oco. H. Upper, ltocKtonl
" J. P. lAlcv, Merlliu
TUo. U. 1'ultcrtun. OtUuu
J. .11. Wilson lllcuman
lu 1.0. lMwsrtK l'enrl
It V. 11. Ifnlitlliie. Macomb
1 A. 1'. Omul. Wltii'lirster
Llucolu Dubois, Si rlnttel:
W. F Ca'lionu Decatur
18 i ., James II, Clurk, Mnttoon
' ..A. II. .Uinc. lloljlnsoti
J' D. M. Clatk. VntmitllA
II J. II. McMlck, i:st Ht. I.ouls
v Jninc h. MhHIii, Mulcm
W V. C. H. Illiea, JI,.tlou
Ctialrmun Helos 1'. l'lielps,
Ktciciat) Tlieu. .Nels.iii.
TreMurer W. II. llittntni.
At t.arne l)clo p. riilii, Monmouth; Ham
tl II. chase. CUUa u: J. I', jltiliony, Clilcnuo;
Thomas (Julian, Cklcaju: 1'. C. II ley. Juliet;
Frank 1'UtvII. Mt. L'srmel: W. .1. lltodcrlik,
Kast m. Louis.
1 John V. t.elc-"'rcktr. Chirac"
8 WIIUm.l. O'i rlrii. Oino ho
W. F. M-tmtiy Clilvneii
John r. O'Mallev. I'M,,..,,,
,...D. J. Ilosii, (iiticva
Clurles Meitian. rrcepott
.C. C Johimrm. Hinrifn
Daniel lleeiiun, Mreator
Ivlwlti lle.ird. Watseka
Frank .1. lJuimi. I'eorla
J. . I'uttrr. lluck Island
... K. F. Illiius I'ittstleUl
Is Theodore Xelst.u, Ciilcmio
11 W. II. llrlnton, Tuscola
1 , F. Heck. Olncy
It .....John II. Ilakvr, bulllv.n
It ..I.ncAs l'MrrMlerr. Alton
1 Waltsr W'nt-oti, Mt. Vemon
0 W. M. llnrr, L'crlo.dalo
Uriu ucrxllc t'rntrnl Commltt?.-.
, (Cli, ami County)
Ctalrmaii .lutin M(illlcn.
tkctetary Jau.cs C. htrnln.
mhi. t. Tnuiit'iiiT jsyiorTiuu
a. Michael Kenna
iol.n P. l.clmltckcr.,
John McCarthy ,
21 S. Clnrk st
.1V.1 Michigan ore
. ,'i W. Dearborn tt
ATCHISON GLOBE 8IGHTS.
What ban fccomo of the old-fanli-loncd
hum that taitc-d oodV
Kvery night wo fool liko raying,
"Well, where has the day gonu to'r"
Whou a town han a boom, tho pcoplu
ara tormented for ycarH by tho echo.
Thin 14 tho kind of a winter whon
the wolf at, the door hold a family re
When a b y want to throw a ntono
at n cat, he never ha any trouble in
.finding soinothing against It.
Annwer to correspondent: An on
gaged man ban no more right to call
on young girlx than a married man.
what bus become of tho old-fush-icned
woman who uld, "Hear that child
burk." when tho child hud a cold?
So muny merchant, are willing to
navo 1110 morn 01 inoir waro written
in vorso thut poet have quite a chunce.
Tho unnoyance of a day liegln be
fore bruakfast: tho Joy, II theio uro
any, como Htrtiggllng along .after din
ner. S'o never huw a woman light a lamp
tnat 8I10 man 1 av, -inui cnimney
looks im If It nover had been cleanoU,
but I know it hii ."
Occasionally you seo a woman who
acorn to 00 UBiiiiineu 01 ceing u woman,
and trie to rig hcroelf up to look liko
Kxpies u m;an opinion of yoursolf
occasionally: It will Iniprcii your
friend with the fact that you Htill
know how to poak tho truth.
It dcooj't tuko more than thrco
month to take away tho triumphant
air a young married woman wears In
tho predcnco of unmarried ono.
Tho conversation 1 f icoplo who havo
been nick ?omo tlmo Is not apt to bo in
teresting, becauto they know tho namo
of ull tho thing Inside them.
If a woman uy Bomuthlng dL-cred-itab'o
of hoivelt in tho protenco of her
huttband, and ho doennt deny it, in
thrco days ho will hay that ho raid it.
Ono reason why chutch social don"t
make more money Is that tho iroal
pretty girls in tho church aro illscov
01 cd by tho dancing crotvd and kid
naped. A woman U beginning to lie fair to
other womon, and to show a doercaso
of faith in her husband, when she de
nies that It is tho womon who "run
after" tho men.'
A woman never becomes so old that
she doesn't want her men folks to tell
whuro they aro going when thoy leave
tho house; a man is never so young
that he likes to do It.
Tho white folks spend a great deal of
tlmo and money trying to curl their
hair, and tho colored pooplo patronize
every peddler who sells a decoction
warranted to take tho curl out.
An Unfortunate Tongue.
"What kind of a man is your cousin
AIkj?" Inquired ono of Farmor Willot's
bcarders of that mild-featured old
man. "Ho doesn't seem to bo very
popular In tho neighborhood." "Well,
now, Abo ain't 'xaokly pop'lar," ad
mitted .Mr. Wlllot. "I dunno how 'tis,
but seems 's of ho bed a troniunjous
fao'lty for sottln' folks on uidgo. It
ain't his Intentions to do It, but It doos
appear that If over there' a thing
that had oughtor hi kind of glossed
over an' gone 'round easy, Abo ho lays
it right open, and bears down heavy
"I don't cal'lato," continued Mr. Wll
lot, tapping his llngors inedltatlvoly
on tho lirnad arms of his old rocking
chair, "that there's a single ono of tho
mothers In this township byt what's
got fomothln' laid up agin Abo: re
marks t he's mado about tho chlldorn,
an' oon, yo too.
"I pornumo t' ray .Mis' Coio'n .lonks
nover'll forglvo lilm for tollln' her,
whon little 'ok el wa'n't but a year old,
that he reckoned his noro win goln'
to favor his pa's. You've seen tho
deac n, ain't yo? Well, that wa'n't a
real cncour'gln' thing for her to hear,
though tho deae'n'n Jest as gf.od a man's
-An' to 'tis with 'most overythln' an'
everybody. Homebody was askln' mo
onco 'twas a 'sehool-Vjachor that
V a . . a a . a a a a a i
F. W. Walker asu Grand bonievsrd
Patrick Whits ui in Indian ave
M. Flannljran cso Thirty-first at
James Daley aim H. llalatedit
.........Anulci-Am. 1'rov. Co., 0. H. Ynrds
Clms. MulbrMidon cil H. Cnnalst
Win, (ariiiody .....km H. Unlaid at
Win. Iioemer .......2 Nineteenth ii.acn
1 Idwnnl l'rliulcvlllc 4:1 Margaret at
Thomas Cttsack 4?i Fifteenth at
Wm. II. Dtmu 1 W. l:icrenthat
lltmli Ctirrnn t.w llnstlnus.:
.lolm.t. cullerton i:ni Uirdmnva
Win. Ni'itcut (,1 W. llundoliili st.
M. 0. Mi-Uoimld CO! Security bulldlinr.
Joliul.onir HM H. liltitoln st
Thoinaa Mulrooncy, 1 ID. Conirrcs a st.
1'atrtck.l. Donahue .....4 llroomst.
Dcuula Consldlne l.v0 Fulton at.
.tose.ih H. Hcliwub ."u N. Ilovne ave.
W..I. Mc.S'aiuar.t.,.. :i!7 X. llobcy st.
K. H. Ilrcwir 7.1 Humboldt l'nikbid.
.loliti l'ltr.'lmmoiis v9 N. Ienlttst.
Htnlitvy II. Kutiz CM Noble at.
ItlchnntCullcli M Kcllhst.
lllclmrd l'oeri ihN. 1'cntlast.
Melieu M. (Iuaelln Is'j N, (Irccuat.
John McAllcn vui W. Maillson t.
John J. llrcmun 1.1 8. Carpenter at.
I'atrlck MiCnrthr 1.11 W. Harrison st.
Joseph IlKberkoru y.vj Center avc.
llemy F. Iiunovau :m Webster ve.
Thomas llnntoli .....'II Clvliourii ave.
F. X. llrandcckcr, Jr kih Kcdiiwlckat.
John McOlllcn lis) Washlnutou st.
John Wardtll,.,. 1C Clevclsuil ave.
lames II. Fnrrell f.'.i Denrborn at.
Thomas J, o Mslley vln Heditwlck at.
Michael llnnliea IIH i:. Huron st.
Martin lleavr iuallnsli at.
Fr. iik J. Mur.hy :ilu Illinois st.
KUitene Muuir ....lciil Dlversrv st.
Win. F. Oulnlan Kdirewatcr
1UI7 Nelson st.
John W. I.aneliart.....
J. 1. McKlrov
Daulel F. O'.Nclll
lUvhiird X. llamahan,
I'atrlck Cuniiiiluiis., , ,
Thomas. I. Donnelly...
Jainc lUan,... ,
"u Dearborn st.
5JO0 H. Western ile.
4101 Wood at.
...Bro Dearborn at.
..ton Hlxty-nlutli st.
.... ..South Chlcnuo.
CJJa Dtexcl avo.
narrluntnn, M. D. Melntosh llarr'tieton
lllooni, A liner J. Miller ..llloom
llrcmen, Wm Moak Tlnlcy l'ark
Calumet, l'eter Kltdey lllrenlalo
Cicero, James Uruham Oak l'ark
omo hero, an' AImj had ungored her,
ayln' how that ho was ull took aback
when ho heord how much younger sho
was 'n sho appeared t;i bo; well, sho
uhkou mo, Kind 01 nippin , how aoo
was In tho fam'lv circle.
" 'Bless yo. ma'am,' says I, 'thoro
ain't do "circle," fara'ly nor othorwlso,
where Abo Is! He'd scatter tho big
gest circle of folks'tovcu-I too, an' not
mean to, nuther.'
"Abo's a smart man." said Mr. Wll
lot, as ho rose In slow, rheumatic fash-1
Ion, "but I've llggerod on his case con-.
sider'hlo, ofl'n on, an' it appears f mo
'twould ba better for him if ho was n
plumb oojpt, or leastways Jest know
ins uipnaooi. vv uon a man s corn
with a tongue liko Abo's. I
folks d rutheru long sight hear hit
suy his u, b. ubs' th'n run any resks'."
Iloitntl to llnvo HIm Fun.
Spouklng of football brings to mind
u time not muny years ago when Yalo's
athlotlo consclonco was not so tondor
as at present. On her team woro grad
uates galore. Sho even went outsido of
a candidate or two, though nono of tho
imKrtod "tons o' men" finally pluycd
Among tho surreptitiously acquired
material wus ono truo-hoarted son of
old Kiln, over six foot tall, and re
nowned as a pugilist. His physique
was excellent, but somohow no nover
soomed to got into tho plays. Nor was
ho deficient In courago. Tho coaehers
could not understand it until ono day
ho was givon tho ball to run with.
Thou some rushor tackled him hard,
and In a mtnuto tho former pugilist
had dropped tho ball and was going at
tho tackier hammor and tongs.
"Hero, you!" shouted tho coaehors.
"What aro you doing the 10? Play
And between tho cracks of tho blows
camo back tho answer:
"Oh, go to tho dlvll, an' lavo mo do I
That Kinking Feeling.
A Detroit doctor is laying for a boy
about HI years old, who camo into his
oftlco ono day last week, and af tor got-
ting mo uooior s ouvico, uisappeurcu
and has not slnco boon soon, ut least
"Doctor," f-ald the boy, "I havo a sink-
lng fooling all over, a groat many times
"Kvor at night" asked tho doctor.
"Lot mo soo your tongue"
Tho bay showed his tonguo; tho
doctor felt his pulso, sounded his chest,
worked u stethoscope on him, llstonod
at his heartbeats, und thon told him
what was tho matter with him und
what to tuko for It.
Mavbo my buslnots has crot some-
thing to do with it, doctor," suggosted
tho iKiy, ns tho physician stepped Into
tho adjoining room to got u phlul.
"Hardly that, I think," cheerily sung
out tho physiclun from tho othor room. 1
w nut is your uusmuss?
"I run un elovutor." rcsnondod tho
lad, and lwforo tho doctor could got to '
mm no nau cti 'appeared, us uoovo 1
Among othor Turkish superstitions
uro these: If a pair of scissors are
loft on a tuble open, It Is u sign of u 1
miarrol. If thov fall unon tho lloor
and stick up, tt moans a visit; und if
un upnlo or othor fruit fulls from tho
hund just, us you aro about to put It In
your moutn. 11 is u sign tome ono en
vies you. If u loaf or a nloco of broad
falls to tho tloor, it Is a sign that somo that thoy rtlll stood, though u i-llght
of your relatives aro in wunt of broad . pull would bring thorn down. Ho re
in u strango place. To blto tho tonguo ' moved every evidence of tho work und
hlgnlfles thut you uro not telling tho fastened roiios to tho tops of tho trees
truth. Tho Uttlo whi to spots which and concouled more thun twolvo bun
como under tho finger nulls means vu-' drcd mon in tho forest to mauugo tho
tlons things, according to tho (Ingor. ' ropes ut u signal from him. Tho Duke
Tho right thumb nail mouns monoy know on what day tho king would wulk
earned tno ion, unuing money or a
proout. 1 no !iri linger means menus
tho next onomlos. tho third lournovs.
und tho little one fibs. When an eye
lash fulls oir und files on tho chook, It
means a present of a now gown or
othor artlclo of wearing appure.1.
Oteero, C. V.. Oraf tt It) Washington street
i:ik(lrore, U. lltlite Desiilalnea
Kranston, I). 1'. U'l.carv Kvanaton
Ktanston, Frank H. I'eabody.... Kvanaton
Hanorer, Hil'.Hchulti liartlett
I.emon',, Oeo. A. Wclmcr l.emont
I.emont, John V. McCarthy I.emont
l.eyden, Thomas Carey Mannheim
Lyons, F. D. Cossltl, Jr . , . . I.a Orange
Mono, Frank J. Mooncy Lyons
Maine, J. II, Kraft Desplalnea
New Trier. I'ctcr.f. ltuertcr ...Wilmet.e
Nlles. Ilenrv Harms S'lles Center
Northlleld, Wm. Helmuartcn... OakDIen
(Irltnil, Chris tlrosscup TInley l'ark
I'slatlii". .1. A. Ilurll same l'alitltie
1'alos, 1'. J. OConnell Worth
lllch. .lolin Ahtensdorf Hlclitou
HlTersldc, Cornelius Knlllvnn Uiverslde
Hchftumbcrir, II. D. Qiilmlcll KchaumbcrK
Thotntoti, James II. Wilson Iliir v
Wheellmr, Chns. Kluwalt....Arllnutr,ii llcluhta
Worth, 11. II. 11 b.nson Illuo Island
I. Henry (letder ., ..'J'.n Stnte st.
3. Thos. M. Coleman 0 0 H. Washtenaw a v.
. Clark K. ltolfc. Ms W.HIxty.fltth st.
4. Mlchr.el .1. Ilntler em Kmcraldnv.
5. Jatr.es M. (Jultilau wisMlclilgnnav,
I,. John K. Klt'gcrnld .:i Cooper st.
7. ThomaiJ, Mcllrath li:i Adams st.
II. Wm. H. Joyce :.vn H. Ashland nv.
II. Wm. Kdk-ar Uulldlna; Dc t., City Hall
1J. Joseph hutlua ii:i S. Mnyst.
IK. M.J. Holon i77 W. Tavlor s
17. M. J. U'Donouliue .J J County Uulldlnir.
in. James J. rlannlifn ail W. Ohio st.
31. Frank Crlttendon " llrldenav;
J. II. fulllvan ""....aw Division st,
23. Jamca A. (julnn UI.aSalicav.
1. John I. Hopkins Iullman.
Wm. II. Crossette :il42 Orovelaud ave.
3. Henry Hcrirei 4:1ns H. Ashland ave.
John J. Moan l'.Co W. Fllteentti st.
3. Henry Carroll ..W4 B. CUrUst.
Wm. C. Assy. Law Dcpt., City Hall.
John O'llrlen 141 Liberty at.
A. T.' rowers :iit Arcuci ave.
4. Kdward Hurley I'M Congress st.
James Ollrlm aw W. Hatrlsonat.
5. (Iconic Mct'onnclt Hprnce at.
John II. Lambln.,.. Water Olllce. City Hall.
6. M. II. McAbco :in W.Monroe at.
1 tobcrt K. Ilurkc (a Uccthoven place.
T. Michael Fltrucrald ..llavelcck.
Arthur Jordan ICto llrlar place.
lUpubllcnii Comity Centrul Committee.
Chairman John M. Hmyth.
Mcrvtary-J. IU H. Van Cleave.
1...L li. D. Van Cleavo.TltleATmstDnlldlnn
3 John J. Iloran, :i Calhoun place
a., ,.1'crrr A. Hull, 817 Opera House llulldlnit
4 ...James II. Ollbert. Hlierlft'a OOlce
s 1 J. Mttictstadt. 3I3J Archer a
0 J. A. llugnu. vtA and Loomlsstl
7 J. A. Cooko. 1.31 H. Hslstcd st
n Joseph l. Walsh, tut Morgan st
V...O. W. Woodmau. Madison anil llalited sts
Don't Try to Client a Inwyor.
A young lawyor, just starting in his
profession, hung out his sign in a Con-'
neeticut town whoro there was only
one othor lawyer, an aged judge.
A ctoso-flBtod old follow, thinking to
get logul udvico for nothing, called up
on tho young man, told Elm he was
very glad ho had como into the town,
at tho old judgo was getting superan
nuated, and then contrived in a sort of
neighborly talk to got soma local qucs
tlons an 1 wo ted
Then, thanking tho
young man, ho put 1
I about to leave, whi
1 asked him it ho she
on his hat and was
when tho young man
should tthfltwn thn ml
I vlco, for which tho foowa ttvo dollars.
1 'mo om follow wont into a violent pa
ton, and swore ho would nover pay.
Tho young lawyer told him he would
xuo him If no didn't.
80 tho old follow wont down to poo
tho judgo, found him busily hooing in
his garden, and said:
"That young scamp that's Just como
into town! 1 dropped in t.i mako u
neighborly call on him, and ho charges
me live uoiiars for legal auvlco."
"Sorvod you right," said tho judgo;
"you hud no business to have gono to
"Hut havo I got to puv it, judge?"
"Of courso you havo."
"Woll, then," said tho man, "I sup
noso 1 must." And ho started oil.
"Hold on!" said tho judgo. "Aren't
you going to pay moy"
"Pay vou? Vvhut for?"
"For legal advico. "
"What do you charge?"
Tho result wat that tho old follow
had to puv flvo dollars to tho young
lawyor and ton dollars to tho old ono. "
Nettling 11 Question of Hex.
"Ycndor she comos," said a tall, lank
man, who was sitting on a sout in tho
shado of tho station building.
H ondor comes who?" asked a fat.
good-naturo-J looking man, who sat
"Tho train wo've boon waiting for
noarlv half an hour." aald tho first
"W hy doyou say 'yonder she comes'?"
atKou tno otner.
"Woll, that's tho customary way of
speaking of a train, Isn't it'.' And cus-
torn Is what fixes things. Everybody
says 'yonder she comos,' in speaking
of a train's epproaoh.
"Well, I Insist you should havo said
'yo.idor ho comes,' " said tho fat man.
"Oh, pshaw! nobody over ays 'ho'
in speaking of a train," returned tho
"Well, I'll agreo to lcavo It to tho
station-master and soo if It wouldn't
have been better for vou to havo said
'yonder ho comes,' " added tho fat man.
Both agreed to it. and whon thov had
found tho statlon-mastor tho fat man
"What is tho fox of tho train just
drawing near to tho station?"
"It's a mail train," answorod ho.
Ami tno iouii man lortnwitn wont
out and bouirht a (rood clurur for tho fat
Htory from the French.
Louis tho Fourteenth onco remarked
- Impatiently in tho hourlngof tho Duko
id'Antln, suporlntondont of tho royal
I buildings, thut ho hoped that nomo
time u forest which ho hud always dls
liked, becauso It obstructed ono of his
fin orito viows, would bj cut down Un
known to tho king, Dnfto d'Antin hud
tho trunks of all tho trees In tho ob-
jeotlonublo pleco of forest suwod
through near tho ground in such n wuv
in tho wood una i anncd his work ac
cordlngly. Tho King took ills accus
tomed iu-omenado, and, as usual, ho ox
prosed his rontlmonts about tho hated
forest. "Your majesty, tho forest
shall bo 1 moved whenever you like,"
said D'Antin. "Indeed," said tho king,
10 Jtt. A. Fleming. 103 W. 12th tt
11 A. F. Doremua, 371 8. l'anllna it
13 F. 0. Farnnm, 79 Dearborn st
13 D. A. Campbell, Cham. Com. U'ld'R
14 Fred L. Wllk, Union Trust Company
la , ..,.., ,F. Bmlth, Mi pie wood
in .....I. II. Illnies, Ashland Illock
17 Kdward J. Dwyer, 121 Randolph
in John M. Hmyth, Ito W. Madison
l C.Mamcr. Government Bulldlne
211 Kuacnc Neuter, 1C1 Michigan st
21 C. K Krby, 2.14 Lincoln v
23 0. A. llusse, Ml N. Clark st
21 ...I.A. I.lnn, 14 Clybonrn av
24 J. W. C. Itiiodc, Inter Ocean Ildlldlng
21 L. J. Hinlth. (ll. lllalto llulldlnit
2d , J. A. Fislilelgh, r Wabash av
27 Henry WullT. County Clerk's Office
2 O.K. lllake, "The Temple"
21 1. J. McCarthy, 4101 Kmerald av
:i Alfred Anderson. flS8 Went worth av
:il 11. H. lies, llii H. Clark at
Hi , W. U. Kerr, lia Dearborn st
ai H. McCloud, all? Cornell r
31.,; John Hymons, 7K4 Langley av
1 John Humphrey. H Madlion st
3 ....F.J. Hhort.lM Dearborn st
a David Ollpuant, 178 Monroe st
4 Thomas Keats, Desplalnea
ft M. Ileynolds. Palatine
. J Htacv W. Osgood, 1M Ilandolph st
0 1 J. A. Chllds, Kvanaton
Krpubllciui Clty'tcntrnl Commltte.
Chairman M. I). Madden.
Hecretury (. J. Chott.
1 H; A. Douglas, 7 Dtubom st
a M. II. Gibson, .1243 Prairie av
4 Jl. u. Madden, cuam. com. Building
(J. n. nmiia, .manairir
James Murphy, Oov't Dolldlng
J.J. Hanks. 737 8. May st
II. C llartels. City Collector's office
,.j. u. uavanagn, rai n. iioisica si
10 Oua Nohe, KK W. 13th at
II George 11. Hwltt. hi Washington st
13 W. K. Clark, 1st Nat. Dank llulldlnic
la Louis Mock. Ml W. Indiana st
14 W. C. Kggert, ?M4 8hoberst
J (I J. A, Lammcrs, loci N. Ltavlttst
J.l J. M. Horn. 3j Ayera court
17 J. 11. Ilutke, luuN, Carpenter st
1H Gcortie Deri, 2W W. Jackson st
in Q. J. Chott
20 ,..W. Klifeldt. Its Honthport av
21 II. C. Forwell. 607 Ashland Illock
22 Fred Hnsse. Recorder's office
2:1 John llygrcn, 110 Hedgwlck st
21 ,.K. C. Harnbtrger, WN. Clark st
31 Charles Finkler. ears C. ft N. W. lt'y
'..6 H, A. Dnpuy. 1W2N. Ashland ar
37 T. C. Hchulti, county Clerk's office
2 John McKenna. Opera House Illock
21) IUO. Hhutter, 4(110 Kmerald av
an ,.C. 8. Deoeen, 1M Lake it
31 T. J. Kulettc, 2.10 Adams st
32 .....Geo. W. Crawford. 7ii Dearborn at
31 J.J, Huuberg, Winnipeg illock
31 J. L. Woods, ltotelond
"then I wish that it might bo dono at
onco." At that moment D'Antin blew
u shrill blast from a whistle, and, to
tho utter amazement of tho king and
tho royal party, tho forest foil us if by
Tho KnUrr Mked Carp.
Tho (orman Emperor Is very fond of
carp. Ono evening last winter, whon
ho was supping with a few malo friends
in private, ho ordered that a second
Plato of fish should bo served him.
Tho Kammorjaogor stayed away for
quite 0 while, only to roturn with a
long laco anu empty nanus, x no cook
is extremely sorry, your raajosty," said
tho waiter, "but tho carp is all gone."
How Is that, Horr Minister of tho
Royal House," somowhat sharply asked
tho Kuisor of that gontleman, who was
at tho table, "do you buy bo sparingly
of this dollcious fish?" "It is not that,
I assuro your majesty," said tho min
ister. "Plcaso send down for to-day's
fish-bill," ordorod tho KaUer. Tho
bill was brought in, and showed that
on that particular day ,18S pounds of
carp had boon bought for tho royal
kltehons. "That is quite a liberal al
lowance," said tho Kalsor; "but when
you buy this fish in tho future, please
buy a half a pound extra for myself, so
that I am not compollod to go hungry."
Iting Under Glove.
"Don't wear your rings under gloves
unless you remombor to havo them
thoroughly oxumlnod twico a year," is
tho udvice given by u jeweler. Tho
constant friction wears out tho tiny
points thut hold tho stones in placo,
un.l unless strict attontlon is paid to
thorn, thoy bocomo looso in a very
short tlmo. Small purses mado of
suodo leuthor uro mado on purposo for
rings, or any oft pouch of skin or
ohuraols may ba used to place tho rings
In when desiring to curry thorn around
with ono. Thoy should nover bo put
Into tho ordinary pockotbook, as the
rubbing against tho coins is also bad
for them. Diamonds can bo cleanou at
homo to look as woll as whon dono by a
jeweler if only a Uttlo trouble is taken.
Thoy should bo thoroughly cleaned in
alcohol and then dried in boxwood saw
dust. Pino sawdust is too oily for this
purpose. Philadelphia Times.
DogN as Kullrjad Passengers.
A sportsman was not long ago trav
eling in Belgium with his dog, whoso
placo had been' paid for. However, In
spito of this, there bo lng at a station
on tho lino no room for a travolor, u
railway employe turned tho dog off his
tout. Probably tho dog's foollngs woro
not hurt, but his master protested in
dignantly, and subsequently appealed
to tho aamlnUtration of tho state rail
ways for a decision on tho subject. Tt
has boon given, und is in favor of tho
dog, it being docroed that ho is as
much ontitlod to a scat as his master,
and that whoro u compartment has
room for ten nassongors, and thoro
happen to bo flvo mon and flvo dogs
thoroln, it must bo considered us full,
tlckots of course bo lng taken for tho
dogs. London Standurd,
TilK world's hop crop this year Is es
timated to bj ,,000,000 pounds loss
thun last year, although tho United
States crop Is 4,000,000 pounds grcator
than last soason.
104-1G6 Madison St ,
The t'nptiliir Monim ttmilr.
Tho viirlouaproiiiiiiciiti'ltlzeiis who
need rest und recuperation after
arduous lu! ors polltlcil anil other
wise, select none but the best resort.
Tho sliirtulnr tinitiliuity with which
they havo sclented West linden us the
proper pliiro for their vacation hours
Is 11 sinllclcnt testimonial to Its at
tractive and beneficial characteris
tics. It bus beconio the Mecca of
over-worked olllclals,und has now been
selected by tho Democratic Editorial.
Association of Indiana ns tho place
for their meeting of Juno 8 and 0.
If these loyal Hooslcr quill-drivers
partake with Democratic freedom of
the medicinal waters of the springs
the effect will be plainly seen In tho
cdltorlnl routs that their opponents
will suffer in the fall campaign. The
party Is indebted to the over popular
Monnn routo for making West Baden
"1" untl "Mc."
What In the world is to bo dono with
tho.-o othorwlso good pooplo who per
Mat, In conversation, In using "1" and
"ho" in tho objective? Most of theso
coplo know bettor, though somo of
them are collogo uraduatcs; but thoy
goon suylng, "will you go with Dick
und I to tho symphony?" and ovon "It
was lratween ha und I," though they
would nsvor, of courso, say, "Will you
go with I?" Tho number of pcoplo
who mo this solecism Is apparently in
creasing. Tho Lis tenor has hoard
public school teacher uso It; and tho
sound of it is not nltogothor unfamiliar
In what is culled good socloty. though
"mo und him did It" Is not a whit moro
ungrammuticul than "botweon you und
I." Kvldontly somo pjoplo uo tho
phrase without Knowing that thoy do
It; but why should thoy? Still other
liooplc, who have boon taught that "mo
und him went" is not correct, ignorant
lysupposo that "botweon you und mo"
Is also ungrnmmatlcal. In this caso. of
course, tho mlstako Is duo to pure ig
norance, und no ono can complain of it,
ticcnuso Ignorance Is go no rally a mis
fortuno rather than a fault. But when
pooplo who havo been to school tiso
tho nomlnatlvo caso in tho objective
und tny "between you und I," or "I will
let you and ho know," ono fools like
))t-ojo:tlng FOtuo convenient artlclo of
fiirnlturo at them. Perhaps somo
form of violence will havo to lm re
sorted to in order to break up tho prac
tice Boston Transcript.
Pent itk Furl In th'n Wost.
Near St. Paul, Minn,, nro extensive
pout bods und Intoly this mutorlul has
boon used for fuel as tho hard times
havo mado coal almost a luxury. Ef
forts aro being mado to Intrcduco tho
uso of pout moro extensively. Hither
to It has not boon employed In this
country, although till through Europe
It is uod and in muny places as tno
only fuol known. Tho oxporlment in
Minnesota bus so far toon very suc
cessful. TilKlti: aro over 0,000 persons fed
threo times a dav at Dolma-Buirtch
Palaco while the Sultan of Turkey is
Til 1'EHHIM, LOs) ANOKI.KS
AND HAN DIKtlO, CAL.
Iltn. J. W. Nance of Perrls, nivcrslds
County, Cal is the owner of a lame
tract of land at 1'erris. all level anil
smooth; water under pressure; depot In
center of tract. To settle up the country
he has authcrlicd us to offer 1,0 acres
of his land at an acre and pay each
purchaser's expenses to California out
ui nrst payineui.
Gives lu acres free to tho excursion
piny, to he awarded as It deslunutcs.
Mr. .Nmico will In- at our olllce until ex
cursion leaves (or Colltoruia. uliout
1 INfERNATIONAL HOMESTEAD CO.,
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Justice of Peace.
1113 West North Av., Chloago.
Ilesldence, 300 Meiltmore Av.
4020 tmeratd Av.
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Justice of the Peace
4147 . Halotod tt.
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Justice oi Peace,
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Police Justice, Englewood.
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Justice of Peace,
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tint. 370-181 Lake St
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Justice of the Peace,
H2 West Madison Street,
Itealdencc, 203 8. Wood St., CHICAGO, ILL.
Polico Magistrate IDesplalnos St.
161 touth Clark trt.
ffl. A. LA BUT,
Justice of the Peace.
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Corner Will Street.
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lljde Park, Chicago.
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Justice of the Peace,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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Justice of the Peace,
and Notary Public.
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Residence, 1571 LIU Arenuo.
Orrica, Town Hall.
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Collections attended to. Chattel mortgages
79 West Madison St,
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(COUNSELOR AT LAW),
Justice of the Peace.
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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
RNlH 5 H125
Justice of the Peace,
Rooms 1 and 2, 57 1 (M St
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132 So. Clark Street,
Residence, 67 Bryant Arenotv
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3817 Michigan Avenue.
Court Room, 534 Lincoln At., c&iV
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