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... ...:f Jml-rn Win. Carter.
H!.,..;t Attorney B. B. Cahoon.
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."f holding Court therein: '
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fountv -John I. l)oB-.
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C.nirt .lu.tieea A. i. Jen
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TK'asurer 1. Bert rule.
JVessor Joseph x an-icklcs.
Canty Purveyor 1$ C Amurcau.
PuWic Adiiiiitrutor S. A. Guignon.
te. Genevieve County Court meets on ,
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Julv, and first Monday in October.
Justice of the Peace Court, second Sat ur
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sfcied by Mifcsr. Kobiiison V Claruy in all
Circuit ar.d Supreme Court cases.
fsTt'nlb'ct'nii made a speciality.
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SBRVEKPi, COM KUBGEB, &
Itc:il Kstalc Agent,
!e. (.Iciiovicve, - - - - Mis-ouri.
I)K. C. S. IIF.UTICII,
Physician 1 Surgeon,
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Chas. F. Carssow. M. !.,
I'HVSICIAX. SI' Ufi EON AND
Market Street. Opposite Court House.
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Office ami residence 011 Main Street, looked nrround him, hoping ho" might j "Whoever finds ihe ring In his slice every discomfort and privation. He
opposite F. C. Koici- Son s Sfcrrc. j not have to go far in tho cold, for it ' shall be king of the party," said the was "in the charge of an Italian nam-i.eler.-.
liv icri!iisioii. to n.-. ITm. ' 1 0 1 o
tieli. " i.v 1
II. Ii A I E II I E n ,
tain and Hair-Bimi Saloon.
Corpinj. lilccding and Leeching. and
Magnetic Kfittcry for the cure
Fine Cigars and Tobacco for sale.
A. F. KEl.Tn
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im & ForwarfliBff fflerclant,.
Vl e'.!cvife Lauding. Mo. ,
; VtlUiifcftfr SUAW.
"O jlecp brown eyes," Sans gay October.
"Deer, brown eves runnim? over ;,. ,!.
Blue eyes are tale, and era? -eves cruder
Bonnie brown oyes are tho eyes forme.
.'Slack eyes shine in the Klonins summer
With red of rose and vellmv
j .Silvery FrDst, creeps over the worn.
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"ut . "y Orapts, my W mes, and my dan-
. -viL-dhavo the unifies in common villi use?
I "Go, Gray Eyes I What hnow vou
j Giddy with glee from the mere s
, uo to your Looks 1 hat know j e
I J.ucious juleo lrom lUe riotou-j vino
"All the earth is full of frolicking ;
I Grov.iii"; is over ; harvest is doiie ;
All the trees are ready for r-'llichinj;,
j Glowing scarlet with rustic fun.
"Jitay, Brown eyes, in pu.-plo weather,
A crown of oak leaves with maple bh-nt
Shall deck our brow, while gayly together
Wo two will wander to heart's content."
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Thus Octobers wild voice was Mncriutr
While on his iiipe he cunningly played ;
All the red wocas with mu'iu were ringing.
And iirown Eyes listened, with foo'uteps
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aited to hear tho song beguiling,
Listened and laughed through tho sunnv
And earth and sky fell to merry smiling,
As hand and hand they wandered away.
Harper Jlr October.
THE LITTLE SAVOYARD.
It was tho twelfth night after
, Christmas an evening celebrated in .
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1 must asic tho reauor to accompa
ny me to an elegant mansion in the
aristocratic lioulevard of AlaIeshor-:
, hes, in the city of Paris. It was easy "
' to si'o t!iat soinstliin" was
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insme, sor ib wus ui-iiuaiiiiy iiiuiiiiua -
ted. and front timo to time elegantly-'
dressed tigures were indistinctly seen
. through thc opening of the curtains.
' KlM rt,,u distruslfudv. Jlc had met with so
fetes and entertainments, in which liui0 kii..liu in his lilb H.at ho re
the children boar tho prominent part. ,0(l y. M cnimies raUl01.
It was a twelfth Xight Festival.
L A V ' 'ia doon was fair!' ablaze with
. light. Multiiudcs of children, dres
"x , sed with ta-rte, moved about graceful
ly in thildisll dances, or eiiger'y par
took oi the bonbons, which on that
occasion are always liberally suppli
ed. Among them moved elegant la-
dies, most of them boing parents of
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l"U l-ese.u, tTuw .in s.....es ,
t;;iviiuu n.e ciijiiy ii.e.iis oi mo nine
At last came the grand
of the cvciiing. This was tho cutting ( ;uu, tho ymm!( !,onlIoIlll!,l" an,j ;.,;,,,
of tho Twelfth Night caicc, which ' tLon!j arorl thc tivid little Sa
w:us of mammoth porportions, and of V)A..n.lIj who 8toil(, ,jewiUeivd hl ,h0
which each guest was entitled to a; mflls, of thc , Mlilicence.
share. Iho cutting ot tho cake was
watched with interest, and the pice-'
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cs were arawn oy lot. just oetoro
this was doilc', however, tho Countess
de Charny said to thc hostess :
"Will you gratify mc in a !itt!e
"Certainly said tho hostess, com-
"Itisthis: I wishmy portion of f
thc cake to bo given to tho poorest
j l'ttirt boy we can find in tho street."
Thrt Vi-Anoli nrn nlii-iv-ia rnn.l r C i
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noveltv 'and this "caprice struck the
, ' ' ,
hostess as promising a pleasant va-
promising a pleasant va-;
"It is a good tlrcrnght." she said.
will ?t once dispatch Antono on your
Anton was at hand, his services!
being liable to bo called upon at any
moment, lie shrugged his
as thc message was given
thought there was no acc'ouutin
the caprices of fino ladies.
course it was not for him to remons-.
trte, and he went out to execute his j
'errand. Beaching the street, he
- w 1
was one of the coldest nights of the,
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"Ah, there's a litlovagbond, luckily:
Now to captiuro him." !
The boy rcforrod" fo'wfe a ragged,
little Savoyard, of ten years old appar-i
eutly, who' xvas standing opposite, J
with his littic violin Tinder his arm I
lie had Leen about uro street ail uay, i
playing wnerorer ne couta get listen-!
. Vmm soma nlaees he had been ,
driven with abuse, for his instru-1 AH thc children were eagerly ex-
tinBwaBmas m the hope of
one, and po'or little Carlo was only a 'finding the ring, which was the prize
p?.ab!e player. Thd pec? felltrw ba-.l cf the averting. 1
driven with abuse, for his instru-1
STE. GENEVIEVE, THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1ST'
.'suffered not only a little with co!d,
.-,.. l.Te r.lnflifi.. ,,..-. 41.:.. ,.,.. t ..
mcans aufficient for thc scasOU . aiIti
ho had nothing lo cat since the crust
01 Drcau winch, was given Hint m the
I morning by tho sticculalor who had
' brought, him, with several others, to
' Pari?; aiid now lived on their earn
I lIIa's donng t hem out tne s-malle-t al-
tlowanco of food that would keep aotil
i !mti Ixirt v tnfp! Ii.-r.
After wandering about the whole
day. 'ill!? Carol had strayed into Hon
j children who were participating :n
, tno eniertainnieni, ant ii is quiienivc-
ly that tho poor htllo k-dow felt a
sorrowful envy of those whose lot
' was so mucli brighter than ins. His
gaze was so intent that ho did nof
; notice tho appearance of the servant
'until Antoin-. having crossed the
J street, iaid his hand on his shoulder.
oano started in aiarm, aim ineu u
tear himself from the servant's grasp.
i "Not so fast, little chap," said An-
toine, "1 "-wit you.
"I did'nt do any harm,'' said the
Savoyard, trembling ; for he suppos
ed Antoine's intentions were un-i
"Who said you did I only said
that I wanted you." :
Tho little Savoyard looked at him
than as friends.
"lou are to come
with me into
vonder msnsion," said Antoine.
"Where the lights ate?" a.-ked tho
r:'a uf,y 'rpn-e.
' ycs Come hn v
i on v:r.L to fciav out nere m
Hut why ami to go up there?
aske Carlo, pi!.:'.!ed.
"You will know when you get
tbeio. All 1 can tc'l you is that my
mistress vrants j"ou."
"i'erhaps I am wanted to play on
my io!in," thought the and
with this idea he followed the servant
to the entrance cf the mansion.
A moment later he was ushered in
( tb jrij,jalt s:,l0o!, b!a:dng with
lights, lie looked around him, daz-
zled and nearly blinded by the glare,
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In the m'-dst of it the Countess
tin-, whoso caprico had been the
S-.P I , i ' miii.i ,. ll .. oil.'.ll.ildl t1.
V.i-VJ ..1 ill- ..rv....,..i.v., 1 . i.iiwu iu-
wards the little bojvaud gently re
moved his tattered cap.
"Ah, he is indeed pretty," she
is his chestnut hair fell in a natural
.wave over a fine brow, which seemed,
His eves were a blight hazel, his
t. ....... i
ieaiu.es e.o o.u.sucr) iu. cu,0un
' thin from want ol sulhctent tood.
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'spite ot his rags, it was easy to
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im-.L no v. as ii'iieu .miii ueai:n.
"Countess, you will sod
gloves," said a guest, as she took the
. little boy by tiie hand and !ed him
I forward into the center oj'the saloon.
'Then I can buy another pair," she
Savoyard loilowed the directions ot
ih Counie-s, ami Ids share of cal:
hostess, in explanation: or if a voung
lady she shall be queen, lltic J;ing .
or queen. Tho king or queen has
the right to select one of the oppo-ite
sex to share the honor of royalty."
"May I cat it, madam ?" asked the
Savoyard, with a longing glance at
tho cake he held in his hand.
"les, my child: but nave
n cnrA 1
not to swallow tue, ring, it it should
All thc children were eagerly ex-
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ofhu-'h-i a .ia!eoiiei.).s, an nan pau.- children, over whom he was called to r-aid.
n ed in front of tho beautiful man-ion ,.-,-n;:-;n N(ivi'ri..!,t.v Tho hihlivn ' The oi!enation was briedv made.
unshine? ...l . i. r. . . : l .... I! .! . ... ."..- . . ' Thn !lrdi:ii v;j rtni.! ;i iin?iitifnt
ot mau- ; : . ,, , sum tor the vm in, which is nowthol
could see indistincth the lornts ot the -o 'i-:.! 'io.-h !.-....? . ,. , ., ..' . ..... ..
i unriii nil' itmiv:h .-. . "iiiir' hit. ill- .iii..i-.ifi i..n. t ah.i.m i ukh . - .
i ... . " omv nine mat untie tne little i ount
bhouMo:Sfa,u'inu,"cronui- ""'w i thc little Savoyard told his storv iaIS i 7,, 1., tVc- :m'1 evA':i . b uec'ar,,!K , Pal
him, and for you," she said to Carlo. "1 wil! , tQ tho iU" ,Zes
L.it a. 1 jt - 1 , . . . tna fttfrht. vpnra fil'i t?il- flues-
I trrt' it.. T r I ...t. . - ' 1 .... ....l.....;te ., 11 I.iiiti .
gfor ei.jouv.mmooo. ,VC1, WUrcd in upon him. As far ', . ' '' j ' l.! ,.1. ZS' 7. ', it ,om.d bet-
1 n, , . , ,p. , coji-iiifiaiiuii.-, 1 1 ei.oiiuiii-ii.i m.n v.i ....... :. ,,
But of Iho drawing coraenced. lhc litle hack as he could remember, he wan- Timr.-dav. ihj twentv-cight d.-.v of tcr if some one else said it -'ics,'
to all Partlcs-fontrolli-d by Xonr.
Iii the midst of it. the little Savo
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(hc cako MYiw to lhc Countes. -
have it, madatm"
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"Hie King : , no utile fc-voyard
king !" shouted the children.
"Vou are the kin of the fetiva!.''
- Paid the hote? advancing and icad-
mg forward Carlo, who seemed he
wilderd hy the enthusiasm.
' if ..... ...
in the eent"r ci tho sa-
- iomi. auiroi'nded hv elegant iIivsmm!
1 m .luecn! A nueen : He must
namvmoueen. bhouted all.
'Look around vou," said the lies
ic.. "ii is jor you to (.noose
oueen tVom tho-e present.''
The little Savoyard looked around
him a moment, and went back to the
Countess de Charnv
M w;lt yt,u lo be queen," iie said.
"jiut," said the Countess, "it t- the
custom to choose a young git i."
'I want you to be queen, :
vou choose me
"Jlecauso vou are
kind to mo.'
'IJe.-ides, you look like
'Like vour mother?
Is t-ho liv-
! "l don't know, madam ;
. her pirtmv."
".'how it to mi'," said
but 1 have
vli( secmcil to oe movcu bv:t strange
Carlo drew from under Ids ragged
vest a small locket bi'.spcnded by a
plain whitejtring. The pictuiv,though
stained and di-colored, presented the
fMl-rt Of M ..Villi!.! VM1II1.' 5,V llf
. twenty. No sooner did the Countess ,
east her eye upon it than
a cry of iov, and threw her
around the a-toni-died boy.
".My boy I My buy '. my own lit
tle Victor! Are you turaln jv.-torcd
Ail tho guost'i ga.'.cd in astonish
ment id this unexpected tableau.
The Countess, quickly
herself, said while at: expresMon oi
irradiated her sweet face : "The
picture is mine, as you cat. perhaps
discover by examining it. Jh'glit
years ago 1 was journeying in the
not hern part of Italy with my hus
band r.nd my little Victor, then four
years of age, when he suddenly dis-
' appeared from irte. We had no doubt
-that he was stolon, and offered a
large reward for his recovery, but
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111IIIJ1IL SlilCVSS. I t'Ul tll.il l.l J
have mourned for him
is for one
whom I never expected !
world. It is doubtless
D see ::i litis ,
' who by such strange means has re-
stored him to me.,'
"Ves. my child." and again the
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, mo.ner ciaspeu me uoy, raggen anu
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uiu wiuu-ii at n;, iu iitTuuin.
, -i i,en 1 shall not be iiungrv any
morc ? he said.
"No my poor chi'd."'
"Let him tell us Ids story,"
manded the children.
.i,.,.,.,! ...1,0.0. ,r;t!, his liitlo violin, in
Itaiy at first, but for the two last
ye:fs in Varis, where he had suffered
ed Giacomo Jj.irtoni. wiio professed
to take care ot him. and to whom his
.((ye wpj sCnti for him to-morrow,"
6ai(j tli0 Countess. "I must buy the
violin of liim as a memorial of the.
vears 0l- lerrib!e privation through
which vou have passed.
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Lli;lL i.j-tii vIic ami; u ttiu, iiu
was accustomed to sleep en a bead or
straw rested his weary limbs on a
jiisjs S iar 1
sll;t 0f elegant boy's clo'thing, in
which be looked ranforrood. Scsrce-
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- ly was the metamorphosis complete.
tl.m trilim ..t..t.. t-li. I.n.l
1 , 1)0011 suianion.l..madc his appenmeo,
Zf.fJ'h 1 1, - "f
ww admitted into tue pre.-etiee of
is , the Cor.nte----.
I'ovou recognize tlit - votrntr ien-
tlcnian ?" a-keii the Counte. poin
ting to Carlo, who now looked like n
'Vet you ousrht to know him well.
It i the little Savoyard, Carlo."
(I'iaeomo was overwhelmed with,
Hut I do not understand," he
Victor with the litt!
former years. lie i-. now at
- ary w-tiooi, am m.is lair to maintain
"V ln talents the distinction t th
to which ho he-
' A 'iiy chap from tins town, spend
ing a tew week-- m the country with a
farmer friend, a-ked to be permitted
to -ab-traet tho lacteal lluid from he
j bovine group at eventide." As soon
' as t lie farmer found out that all ho
wanted was lo mil!: the cows some
night, ho cheertu'Iy aented, and
with other members of the lamily,
, seated himself on tiie barn-yaid fence
to see tho fun. Hardly hud the
light-pan-tnioonod i-hap began to
pull on the peculiar netutal apendages
which all who desired milk must mani-
pulato. when tho patient cow looked
around and saw the "what-is it" at
her side, retching him a wipe in tho
ives v.. ii. nor a,,, sue uk s..u.e
i if,.... i.T...f,.nl K.vi. t..mf fr..f T-itli
' t: ,l,i,, ,,.!;!-,-. .-r-.io.iif v nml w-h.'.. t!m.
milker was balancing on In: ear m :i.
nimliutd.lle, the sportive cow tout the,
' VMtV "r :;ucl "'!'". ,""",S,damsel.
to damages to his pants our nero was
compelled to walk backward until he "Has tho cookery-book any pis
got out ofsiglit oftlte farmer's dauglt- ture ?" asked a young lady of a
' tors, and now says farming is a fraud. . bookseller. "Xot one," replieil tho
Last Saturday morning an altcrca
.; took ,ll;l(.0 botween Mr. Joseph
Darnall a citizen of our town
Mr. Fred Hndgens, wlio lives :
ttve miles above here. J liev were
disputing about a piece of ropo which
1 II udgens purchased of J'arna!!, and
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some other trivial matters.
rv altercation enMieil. ami
'orJcrcd Hud.no out of his house.!
into tho back-room
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Darnali s store hoa-e, and was f.d-
lowed by Darnall. I: rftali said he
took hold of liudgcns to put him out
of the house, when Hndgens stabbed
Iiim with a pocket knife in the lleshy
part of the right thigh ; making a
frightful ga-h five inches in length,
to the bone, cutting within an
inch of the femoral artery. His
; w.0;in(j waa ,Ir.sssed by .Or. Thos. J.
Urackei!. Darnall is doing we!! at
. ,.,..,,. nn.n.m rt,nnrr.it
rnoci.Aii.ynox i:y thi: :'j:!:sii!:xt.
; Wa-hinton. )(t..bcr 11.- IJy the
Amerlra : A plamati,,,. U !,.-
has a-ain broiiht the time when it is
ikiimI' In l.M.l: Ici.k mull the lia-t
" V. . ,.,,. V ,,:,. ,--
mon-ios Jus hles-tnir-: ami.
Whcrca-. If nnv one people h-r-f 11 V
m.ire occa-i.m thmi another for such forhis ccrtilhcate ol marmge, show-thankfullncs.-it
i- thc citizen- of the ed a big star on his head about tho
i'nited State-, who-e government i- size of a shovel, which was satisfac
tbeir creature, -ubject to their bc-,t0rv.
bests: who hae re-ervcl to them- ' , , ,
-elve-ample ciiiiimd religions lie- Lr.llle Pve-ycar-cld Anmc, who
dom and equality before the hv: who was suffering from a bail cold, went
during the hist twelve month-, have to visit Annie. During the day ebo
the lieotile meet in
thcit-tc-pcetivc places .,t wor-Ii.paml
there make their acknowledgment- to
(iood tor Hi-kindne--and bounty.
In v.ifies- v. hereof I hereunto set
my h?ml and iau-e the -cal of the The custom of calling a rnan'n wife
United sjt.-ite- to be atiixed. Done at j ;3 ja,jv ji;l3 cu 6uaicjcntl3 com-
Ibe.ity of Washington th.-, the me,jtej up0 fentler it familliar..
SSondti::; &s. onC4- ?.
deuce of the United State? thc ninety- something special was going forward,
ieveiith. the sentinel had positive orders to ad-
Signcd.j V. S. CitAXT. !mitiioonc. During thc day the wifo
Ity'thc I'resldent. of one of the otlicers came to the gate,.
.. IIamiltox Kjsh, secretary of, bllt tbe sentinel,fobcving orders cried
A wooden-ware dealer advertises' Karn't pass, marm,"
oiiart howl-, of all size?, lor sale
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i he bc-t
:tle of writing is right-
Jii-t two wos'ds to the
Too late f"r the fair
clor. -An old bach-
' Rate of Advertising :
One square, tO words, one insertion. ..$1.W
. Each sadrequent insertion SC
ISusiaess cards, 1 inch space, per yesr.fo.tX?
One column, one year. .00.00
One hah" co!umn.oneyear. 8.1.C0
Or-e-iuarter coterrt, one year .1V.0C
li-p!aed advextiseiienU charged by
J-Sr All transient aiverti-in-; must be
, paid tor in advance.
Yearly advertisements pnyafclequar
, eriy in advance.
, Wormwood Collins.
Spoil-bound Children at school.
Power of evi! A power of attor
ney. When is a lawyer like a donkey ?
When ho is drawing a conveyance.
A Charleston lad- advertises for a
place as "assistant in the duties of :i
A piscatorial party is what t!ioy
'at! it now When you was a boy
they called it "'goin' a fishing."
: What is the difference between
tlsed stars and shooting stars ? Tho
one are suns the other darters.
A thief running away is a scamp,
but the mdieemau's chase after him
j3 :l sCamner,
A I.eavensworth editor sat down
in a reserved seat occupied by a hor
net, lie stands ui when scissoring
his editorials now.
An editor acknowledges the re
ceipt of a bottlo of brandy forty
eight years old, and says: This bran
dy is so old we fear it cannot live
"Why dcu't you mount a ckr.n col
!or, iirown? 1 mount cuo three
times a day," -'Vos." replied
Iirown, to tho swaggering Jones;
'but every onu's mother isn't a washer-woman."
a certain church fair, a set of
cooper's works wus promised to tho
individual who would answer a set
of conumdrums. A dashing young
fellow was pronounced tho winner
and received a j-et of wooden pails,
. ,., . .,,,..,. i :
, ; scic.tifie theorv to his
. j r -
fair inamorata, said : "lhe iiuestion
' i? ditlicult, and I can't see what I can
'if.-ttr. ,.iil.'. it ili..ti.. " ClllllTljkan
y0ll ' ,L wIli-;erej t.:(j bl.isl.ing
r.y.. ... .w. ' J 9
, tho pretty miss, "what is tho use of
- telling us how to make a dinner, if
,l!ey don't givo us no plates?"
I A grave digger, walking in the
'streets of Windsor tho other
' chanced to turn, and noticed two
. doeturs w:dkin' behind him. Ho
, stopped till they passed, and then
.followed behind them. "And why
' 1 , .1 Kit ." t .1 Mil 1 "
,,m 3 0,1 huh : sam incy. "i Know
my place in this t'rocession ," said
oft A hlV?. r,,cn4 of ?,lr3 a fu.vv uai"a
'ago, winic coming uown staire, was
:nlll, Ilftt ,ai11S(. i,;s u:li.ln,a.
His question which loilowed was a
puzzler: ,'Mother, if I ."Iioitld lose
V balance, where would it go to ?"'
They instituted a new kind ofsur-
P"so pany oi.i
moiis letter is bent to a citizon, in-
fiii-inin.' him iii :i friu.idly siiirit that
i a,,.n ..... : . i, iv,.ti lmn
M UMI j'll.. w ' ' " ------
'on :i ci-rtam cteulu-'. He gets ready
for it, nobody comes, and his bur-
j l'"su 13 overpoer..,g.
: infant nrodigy exists in Kome.
She lives in a corner. Her mother
sent her to buy a spool of cotton.
i Tlio loi.wlint.t nt-iiiec !io visited mis.
n(. i,;wr.!fn-niii nn ild !ioos l.o-.oi
i wi,:cj, his noble form was reclining,
KWiI! you have Coats cotton ?"
e:lIU tc iiuic gin, x uon i
want CO.1t S COtlon.
Ma wants it to
s(nr I)allt3 with.'
... t-t t 1 :.. ...,.
..niwered Annie, with a sober coun-
n:iric0 "I think it would, I have
' t,i 1 ,...' miv it very
Tnt tir." she rcnlied. "I itiiin
, uui, an, - r ' -
pass, 1 am captain W's lady,"
..Karn't helt). raarm. Coaldn t
let you in, if you was his iri7V,marm."
! An exchange announces on thoi
death o: a lady that she "lived 50 j
years with her husband . and . die .
In coSdeut hope of a better life.''