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UEPUBLIU. SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 0 1887,
Cftllftoii hihI AWIcMmun Trj It In lirt
I went down to Hay shore the other la to
Initiate my friend llirhard Ueightuiaii into
tht jojs and aorcpw- s ot hlut-fidiiug, a prac
ticed in ihe Or-Lfemth l.a
He was disdainful wh-n la saw 1113 tattle
my-eigbtou:iv ljeouard, mv frolicsome rvl,
my traders, thiTius sundravvu possauur and
my daiut IioL 011 ttf 1 wire lit fii 1 it
wai ullvrtv line U talL aUut "pi ivmg
fUll lile I 1III H tWO iNMllttl llltlvOlV jNittt
with three yards tit shark line and tt four
iinh book. ail the tbh that Uui hold would
content .romplly, without uu) fiilm,: and
if there HHnm play log that fish to U done
it woul i come tT ut supjer tune with knife
and fork and plentv of httttr hm Iw
went fishing it was for meat, nnd if any
Kggl eved thief in the dt p hlun sj. slolo
bis bait with the ide-i tint I to was going to 1
toyed with and coaied tocouie in he hi ull
Uud bimsWf mtstakeu
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W"e foulhl t'sjil Ktt hm. chiTwng lljitho
malnUipMCupjivl-kat tht nL The -i tall.
Miiil be bad litnl uu the water tlnrn tnn
jears, and that hli father, nho nai bii lint
niatu, bad tirrx. a manner for fwt bit,
whirl, represented eigbtj eeien ears of ex
penence, and neriHild cct the lirnefit of all
this for one f- bill and lunrh Then he
bowed u hi era 1, hich had tno infa?, a
maiiuail, camp htili, a ref ngentoi , a tacL
forglaaagc, poLer cbl an.l other tai tie, and
Mkld her name trai Annabelle and that be
uu a catboat. DicL looLed ber all o er and
aakl that be f-uppoieil Kbe wai all right and
proparljr furulibed but where was Uieratf
And then Capt Ketchani looLeil confuieil
and mid that few of hi jiasenei-s Lnew as
much aa that about nautical matters, but that
if Dick thought it ntwry he could run
down to tiie rcTll that eemn and borrow
3CUteieor two to tike in com; we wanteii a
light squall, and o we elided the bargain and
V aobarked and stool proudly down the
bay that ts, the sLipper, the tint mate and I
stood proudly down but Dick curled op on
the sofa in the cabin and said bo thought he'd
rojoy the scenery by taLiug a light nap, then
thirty light hearted blue bottle and sewn
deer flies got aboard and went in to help
bim enjoy it, and for the next Lour he talked
some in bit sleep and then arose and decUred
We reached the fl-hlng ground at 11 o'cloi k
by the simple but lieauuful proc-en 1 f float
ing thither stem foremost with the tide The
skipper dropped aiuhor, and hugraj haired
sire grabbed a dozen menhaden, inerted them
in m variety of coffee null, and ground out a
compound which looked like dried apple steiv
and amelled as loud as a breech loading tan
non. He called tins "chum." MecastieTeral
spoonfuls of it overboard, and said that the
b'utfisb would eagerly follow it up an i swarm
about the boat in great numbers begging for
more. I at once lot the lat restige of re
sjieit I had for b'uefWi. and ligged up my
tackle. Meauwhile Dick had captuml mo-t
of the flies, and was deep in "Vivian's Re
venge, or. The Ad eiiturr of a Red Headed
Girl ou a White Horse," and said be was real
gld we bad brought those menhaden along.
for be had acquired brain fever by sitting on
the hot aofa, fcnew be was going to the
morgue, anil wanted to get ued to feeling
Well, after the skipper's enerahle fithtr
had perfumed the baj pretlj thorough, with
the cbuin, he inserted my hook into a fat
lump of it and I lowered awa; UfuaJlj,
when tithing, 1 select iiie profound theolog
Jral subject and liave an hour or so to digest
it before I get a nibble, but on this occasion
uij reene was instaiith broken In a wcious
snatch at ni line, a jell from mv reel and
about a ton of ..ldustnous tiouble running
away with mi taikle X w n Lnnard nxl
is worth fSO and a blueflsh about four cents,
and the feelings with which I naw hmi get
ting rapidlj out tOM-awre fast Is-onung
laiKkl, wheu be suddeul changed bii mind,
leaned a vara into the air, struik his tail
acrosa the leader, faileil to jeirt it because I
gave bim slack, then dote llftv foct or so,
raced to windward and then to leeward,
threw another somersault, gtt undt 1 the boat,
sounded again, took another header into the
air, and finallt , of ter ten minutes of benil
deling deviltry, he sulked alongside and al
lowed me to land him with thenet I was
proud and happj I called to Dick, but he
groaned and refuseil to look uji. 1 told him
1 bad a bluefisli. He fiuI be wuMi't sur
p -lsed on v fish ought tol b'ueafter hating
swaUoved half a pound of n .f t menhaden and
Setting a hook tangled up itii bw back teeth
Meantime the LluenVh a$ going thiougb
the mcisurts of a nar dance on de t. and
after a Jonjj frtruIe I Mirveedt-d in Retting
him calmed donn. anltheu I plungttl two
fineers down hw throat to extract theliarU
1 took what whs leit f mv finpers out again,
and took it out Middenl), mid at the same
time made a few ieniat ki 7 he rtkij fr then
told a that hi thirt tw jt-aj-M of exen
nice had taught him that the longer i man
deferred the pleasure of ramming his finders
mlo a blirefislT mouth the Joiigr he wouM
bate fingers toue in other pursuits ai d 1
replied quite jiass.onateh that what it hd
taken bun thut-lwo earn to leant 1 had
found oat in four seconds. Then hetliownd
me the artutic wa to i-elieie a bluelish of
the discomfort of the book, which was ur luh
hlni over the bead an 1 then gouge the tuing
4ut a tilt a knife
11 4olk we had eigbtv three bluehh
and aotte T tboe caught m the morning
were p-ettjii-- I L ,a tnppl 1 mil
ming. the wuid was ti-n.hLiiiiig up, and s tb
fkipjwr too a double rvef in Uie biuuacla
and wicjnw bouie. Kw oik Uuild.
Thrw III Clirnee Anat.
Did3oij strike Mr. lbiupou U-caue be
struck you1 the judge ?sked of an tld negro
who bad lj-n lravrn up ltoiv tbe.ourt.
"No, ab, I bit de geiH'iiiian ka2 1 wuz
rrfeerd tie wuz gnine ter bit me Judge.
does er re kon Tp- gun l tall an wait fur ti
pUison tt-i hit ine? K r j man, Jedge.
if is nnlit'lv in d-bt, mil 1 aiu t er 1A
I supjwse tlirii,yon .ti-uck lit in If4-ause.be
cursed jrou "
"Ye, ab.ii!tit. Nlier til 1 t, cr niin
grabble i ij;lit diuu eimoitg le line pints ho
nice. I cussed de bUined gviieriuan, an dtn
wVnbecuased ne I I luzr-d bun "
13ut what rtgtit did Jou hale to curse
"lalkin ter me, sahV
Yes, I am talkmg to u
Vull. sab, I cuaed bun ka.ee be looked bLe
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l..,t lamtf.Kl .null Wr stai. hi. 1. 1 n pus "''. - ' ""t a ,.,I1IO ,
i ,. keep Iwth evt wide ojm ana weai jour
""'W'h'r -I,iH that .n, are in ,1. ' min.Kleor ..r mouth ... I joul lno
i.h.Ki1 hmi tli-ivf,.! .om1l!.,l to line nioi and 1 .nttit.
" HEI U in Till lAhMX
"''-'llir n.. ,,r .!.. l.' all .vr , Vert "J"'"' ' r"'uS1'- "' ' ' " '" '-urri-r
koMs- l.-t.rw- man ..tail out of Hook & Larnhn-U N. Mill. Dollar
.l.r.gl.ta..'.U-.. I.all Uu fin p.i.U. It Ci.mh..Hj t oi..i.latl Aret. r
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1.SX.MV lWi.tbH.Ln. .l7uit...M..l.tj'crf
unecti.ih u.ionth'. pifiu Unt h luteler
k,- on ,li-.-r n it mii't lw la.1114 till -r
n.'i Utr. 11 Ir ! 11 ln.I li'lllf Hi"
I lll.Kl. liTCllll tfl HlH- Mil J-Ul
"1i iili.ti-tuin-c 'in l.'i.unf ti-ll 11T, l''
I Com- !a !. inn" ihaiiii; fur If irraw
Ivm li nun iIhi i-i t -jil.oUi lia i iid.n one
' il n-li il- Had ill-lliw il.i.Hioo'am
1 11-v.11 I rl r vv.1 lK.t 1 1- lluiiK Via r. a
Itii In )l xliiteii.il. I- (.oni1. Ii'imno tell Jim,
In jii ti 1. hull. t,oii- iLjin.iTraifl. r
ll '! til l'Irti.
J'trst Tia 'elitii IltMrtl tlm latest on
Itirt fVmednn No Whit tsit?
rirst liswlnnH li hi mv hei len
onthebURe teut eip und neerixotu
baud in Ins life Tbe ae him a good part
in the new pie-vanl he mide up his mind
bed gt t-Mlie tpplilll' if it ot Imiiu leg
Hf.it tight ihillttn ou know, and he
oUuttt them in i u in the
toltthem all to sin u t biavo at ttie top of
tbeirlung'i when ! it-n 1ml the tliuiaz of
bi big -viw in the , l Htt hit Ukl the
UU do but pet up in-1 11 Itrno wpi"so
Vucoildhtai tlumall over the hou- It
gave the ol 1 iiian simp aw tv Ju Ige
s,iiif tbr IlUease.
"Thev said bedi-d of a lnokeii btart "said
the first wotiiaii,as tbty came up lb car
"I dont lelieveit, KhanH replied Ko '.
Mint wbv '
-Uhv' lie aue the s ha I as manv a six
new iKJimetsa ear, und not one of them cvt
less thau $ li Detroit Free l'l-ns.
A Colored .AugeL
A coloinl rent len tan apjihtHl to Col Yer
ger, c f Austin, Tex , f ir emplov ment,
Have ou any references from vol
niei emploer5ra-kel Col Yerger
-Yes, 1 has, loss. 1 se worted untler all
desupeiititendentsof de pemunhiar forde
lai ten j ears, and dey jes worshiped me,
bviss. - Texas Siftugv
Nothing I ike n Itnora.
A man who had not ltn m a certain Da
kota town for something over a ear wa re
centl) talking with a man who hves there
and haiieneil to ivfer to t he sti earn the place
is bituilcsl on an a Vreen w
That no cnsk,r wiitl the native
They called it Itu'Tilo U allow creek when
I wa theiv liefoie "
'Ob, well, that's ull right; but it's Big Buf
falo river now "
I don't ieewhat could make the differ
I can that was before the loom; it was
i creek then, Imt VouUt it's a big flow in;
Junr.dtl.el.K-alperai.ileJrnaboutthe""a1"r,ars;, J101' "'a ' Tartan i"
iiniiiel.-natcri-.i it tuninLes, aii ho N ' '""' ""' KU'Rler noun 1, Ko to the
,i is aiiiniis.ruiit factor in settling the eil I ""' ' "a','r- ""J "' -S"id lueoiijour
1 tersiato commenv ii ranipu -anon i
t 11 vou there s nothing like a Ukiii to b ing
out the gosl jwjmU cf things Dakota Bell
hr Could n' toitlv wltU tlie Demands.
A collar an 1 bis vife, wb wereconstanlij
having bib itkl times were up before the
ltcai stq-endiarv the other da the wife
t barged bv her husband for n ltntlv assault
ing bun and biting oJf a piece of his noe
The colbei admittrti that be wa-sn bit "gone,w
and bid all the worst of the thmdr His
worfbip, m stigmatizing the tasc as one of
except lotisll brutal iharacter, sail be re
rrrcttesl that be wa in t able to imprbon
eitlier the complainant or defendant, and that
he was froirr thit all he ould do was to bind
the w if e o t r to keep t be ea t for six months
Vjii the fair one hearing tin she remarkeil
Eh inaisier. but I canim
I guv it toth'
cat" Liverjotd Meimrv
The Kln.l ..f h Wile Il ;ot.
'Well Ibiuks I hear I narlie Frienier is
unmeil Ubat kind of a wife did beget,
ell. Jack, be got an any way' kind of a
one She a pretty good chunk of a woman,
weighs nuout 150 ami a Ln tl of dont care for
nothing rtoitian One of these 1 seeIu
haeu't saw,' aw,ful purt,' i LnowM1
LunL"-ITentuck Stite Journal
Tbey Met hy Cliunce.
Thev mi t l hauee A av iranl I ate
Till then liad kept tthniHi le ajiarl
Heba-lnotlwusbl of Ier Iiate,
She luirilh kueu lie 4aU a Iseart
Tin y in t bv iliance Tin einkiujr sua
Uat lenrthfiiln? shadovs on ttu ground
The 1 ng June la v is nearly done.
The tn light dun was jratherm "ruun
Tlw-v net by ciiancs a fateful chance.
That brought tVm nearer, luareT sti'l;
Eacli jav e the ttther a siartbxl glantx,
Eacu U It a inoiiieutary thrill
Tly iiit by tliauce A swift sharj) pain
Unr erves them wlwn tlw thi3 Of that
The trust Hm .1 never m ret again
Th' .3ihstaudthe bnndU .at-
Meetiti Trtlk oi Topics That
Vre i nrrt nt.
CNT sntL TWO HsTIItS.
Bn.it hei Q lukspeech, sail the istor
graelv, but not uiikiudh, I want t say
just a woid to ou You ve got to have our
bieakfa-t n little earlier r eLe move la.k
Into tht iitv." The brothtr gajel for
bivnth Iok here Eldtr T iidall,"he said,
ouaremv iastor, but that gives yoi no
authority to luteifere in mv domestic ar
rangements, mid 1 11 " i rvi't help that,"
said the pastor solemnlv, Nil it lou can't nuss
n tiaiu f oar mornings, m the wtik anl main
tain 3 our standing nnd fellowship iu the
i hurch I v. seen that all to tleailj these
ULT UK Is NOW
Mr Stajlate has leii entrtaining Mi-s
Ijla with an a count of th doings of the Kit
Carson Rille .Iub, and is jiist entering upu
the preface to the mtrodui Hon of th ninth
chnptei of the second volume Mish hila
(with weaij but heroic lutertty And aie
ou a gfoil shot Mr 8taldef Mr hta
lute (mfolestlv) Well, raw tin. i , ttnydo suy
thatoui-s trulv sj-ils ihe bull's eve eveiv
tune he draws a bead. Miss LUu 1 should
think )oti w mid make a splendid target
( pjiaUed silence of an uilerrogatoi v natuie )
Bet aue jou ntver would bo misstl
DLMvXD AND si I I I
Why dues a young man wear a siugl
barrel, center lire eeglass, my son? Well,
tsecaus- that kind of a young man never
understands more than half he sees and bv
shutting olT one-half the sjurctacle he man-
ot ' Jo"r"t ,r,""U ''" T11- '",'
ial with ine Ihe tarlftore be died I
nift him on the tram and wo t..t for two
hours in Hit dining ir drinking whisk and
vitrei Tlwt im t le tiue, th nigh, said
i tht minister .h t trutu," said the (
"I dtank the wln-k and Jobu di ink the
' sflteei r AiKltUn be und the tursou ha.1
one the same win
Anvnathe summer vacation wavcome
J aiii1 tli netber was tomdlv warm nwav
I from the )H bum an 1 confusion he tied to
' the rest of the farm Ihens-iitof thecloter
.with j tv he inhale he lij or the fence
I and Iih hneks is on Mler iails he his per-
son fiini!e and f rat t tires the dome of hi
' I rtvks. The Kottiul of the ujper lell mikt-n
i hisheirt gla-1 for his hunger is wolfish and
I ktvn, but the milk b is len sknunietl und the
bread is a 1 an 1 the Kmes are not to In
freen He sWps inn lsl that U Inhabited
anl the nnttrfsj. i hns1 with old ha ,
forgetting hu ruisf be grumbler anl
Me.rs it id fif;lis till the diwn of the la
He is calhsl to arise with lh lark and he hieo
to luiihe m the trough nt the well when
tWtli. bins I men are through with it, then
, tbtf roHt j s hw f(r n ,JN jj s auIitKll- au,
jollt.jlc g4 for a inn through the meadows
rnilllt Hllli trim, when the bull comes
alon?, with ht Iwintono vtiif. and that sttls
the mea lows foi him A ith pleisure he set-s
the industiiouk lues ami finds thuu quite
h ti mb-sH to 1m but be finds it is wiinn uln-n
he happens to swarm some honuti. that live
'illative He gne- vei v place till he jioisoiih
his fav with the leave of rbus toxiooibu
' dron, and be lo.kb like a man who is under
the Iaii, for having beeii out a big bendei on
He belw to make hav, but he gets in the inj
and gets plowed down the Liaik with a rake;
tueuhegoe to the biook, for pond lihw. to
look, and bites himself twice with a make
In FOirow he cnes, with tears in his ejes,
' I'm the wretchsjest nun nmong men, if mv
life can hold on till this .iimnii-r h gone I'll
never leave Itrooklvn ogim
1 OTUIQ tMM'As. ABOUT Tl
Victory1 lo rnuni h ChvOmntv Ite-
deemeil Glory enough for one dij We
hae met tl Euemv ami He is Oursl A
. C.ean Rweep for the Right The Tndeof
' V.l.-.l tl...l.11 t?nAA Tl... .I1 T
fvuinvi iiuiiiiut is'irn i ne auev is ex
alted Above the Mountain! The People Ane
in their Might! Our Enemies re Smitten
Defore Us! Eternal Honor to Our Noble
Nine Hurrah rinnan1 Hurrah! iscore,
CA to M Mas Meeting of the Citizens at the
Square To-n!ghtf EerboIy Illummater
Nay, do not laugh It Is truly American.
These headline, mall the glorv of displax , on
the firU iwgeof The CIa County Hentlnel.
inerelv announce that the Flat Valb Reil
at kings had won the first game in a iseries
to le plaed b tbem-elves and the Mount
M..NS.TROKK IN THE CIRClb.
"U ho is the gnoo lait that ha taken the
rvd eager a-kel the Casumere goat, who was
counting up the teceipt He's a Hottentot,"
said the polar tieai . w ho was still w eat tug bis
wmtei overcoat on account uf a cold be Lad
caught while sitting behind a womiu in a pas
heiigerrar lat Decembei, "and be brought
bn climate with bun " o did the monke) ,"
said the leaver, who also appealed in fur,
fmuklr admitting that bis summer clothes
wiie pomL "He doesn't Iixk like a very
harte lieest,wrematked the lion, who, although
he was no hog, alwavs looked out for the
mane chance. The Ha ma, who came from a
Chill country, sail! the Hottentots nlwnvs
made hmi think of a nngur, whereat all the
animals fchivtrcd and the ta red con, who
I sang at Sunday mght leer garden concerts,
alli if the wild dogno.nl liark at them, it
ni'ght peruian tldote, soriiethiiir like canine.
You i-ee, children, the intense heat and the ns
ociation wiMi the funny old .lowu bad ile-
eIopeil rabies among tli )r animals and
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I"" - ' ""'"" "":. """'. B'"i-uiig uia.i
IN THE BIG TENT
h, biro we tue naui Mi Mtmniinf
" es li , es, sir, here we art again! And
hi re an all the god peopV irondiug the
tenttoous aitd btar us. And the ladu-s,
w ah.es, sir, the ladies bless then sweet,
M.naii faces, what would vru do without tho
lailie' lhe mv the high cundlo and e
nor men tho ttutteiuu mths, tley are the
inperandue are the fi tome, come.
Mr Merrjiuaii, that isii t a erv jirettj rotu
urisHi. sir; that Un t a c-mipUnientarv
simile. -ir.r " b, ye, -ir, but its true She
thepaier; lie the fly Ii'k the fi 'sown fault
that be gits stuck on the isiper, sir, but
vtbosefiult is it that he doesn't get aivav (
The pain i s, sir; ernj tune the jtaitei's He
struggles to get awa wit all thj wings and
legs and buzz be ha in nnd on bun, sir, but
the pajer won't bae k, he diKNn't thng to
nir,sue clings to him es, sir, that s what
(Ik's there-for, et sir
Oh. wbea I was a lad,
M sagacious r 11 da I
'slid, K p y tear UKtll ahnt,Jai k.an lop-nntit
mir iianeoftTo ap r
DtMhaf vtitii .ne eir. Jack, iti I don t hetoofl '
MAmith(r Unuitr fortbeladir Anl is the
lad going to jump oi tbeKuiuerf I llltet
Jill"- (But Mis.4 Geral line takes ibw nnp i
- Bnxiklvp Ljgle
Siollh hikI Hie t. If tor.
Uon nceitain tufUMoii, as the editor of
Ihe Wttekh JabwiM k s.it in hi siiatum, u
onng ui in bv the name of John .Smith
rushed up Maiist and demanded tbathis honor
I l denied of n iitl Ham The Jahwink
h id aunoiuiced that some one by the nam of
John asmith ha 1 leeu -nt up foi thirtv ilavs.
This John Smith w mted it kutiuu tlint lie
wu-ii i the John IsnuUt, tr he would bring u
j,ivit, big, o ergmn a Ii1k-I kUlt,
"Certniiih with plta-urt," rephtsl the
editoi of the Jabwo k And be wiuto that
the Jtbii Smith, tf I'iiiuj km IV avenue, was
not the John Smith who jMiinded bis aged
motlar, nor the smith who stole a harness
iioi thebmith aiivted for bigniuv, nor the
Smith who hid u pnze fight, nor the Smith
who et the saw null ou Hie In fact, be
leaietl hu i of all tbeiruncs and offense on
the cnleiidai nut 1 the result was tlrtt 'smith
J stoppetl his l t per, withdrew bis n Ivettisiug,
I amliiislieil and lukH the editor and was the
means tf liankruj Img the in.r
Tlirre is suth a thing as being too all tlrwl
aiixioiisto please suliscnlters Detroit Fh-e
Konkoiil on the Ktsw.
While the rest of thecounti is struggling
witli inteiiso heat the philOM.'phersof Coucoid
are silting tpiutlv in tht shade calmly dis
ruvsiiig mattetsaof contemjioraneoiis human
inbresl "Antotle. siHone of t hese hag
of theeast, "s,iw the tbstivt ttoti between the
uttuul complete and the actual eternally
fouiletmg The Fense woild ositartuil
1 1 -is is hmte, but it has irttialh an iumiite
-)tt ntialitv by reason of the in fin it of
thought If infinity is considered as objec
tive and not subjV tive, ue fall batJc on a
fOiitradKtioti Aristotle hail 'em there
Kansaa City J mien.
lloardlug lluue Frrueli.
Mrs. A (who is taking rrench lessons)
'Now , Bridget, w hen lrof essor Blauque
tsmisyou must sarWitrez'tohlm. and be
will know wb it you mean and come into the
Tbel-ellnngsand Bridget goes to the door.
It is the piofessoi
'On ano,"' says Bridget "Will y walk
lntotb pirlor, surf i
Ihe j rotessor walked in, and Bridget re
Iortetl her triumph to the ctok Harper's I
loli.t for ttui.l lUilO'iit
CVuntu 1 lit i Yes, sti in tu nutue of
the vegetal ie- u left on in) table 1 sui 1 they
looked llU'u wiuli blutlht but wele follll I to
U Marceh t alible wlif n Ctujktd I irinein
Ur no vi
Iiate Farm r s do I, and I reniemler,
tt tbatwbfii m u)i,b iiHhUti, Farmer
l.filblrH, KfttbcsHllie i md of stulT here you
tame out with a big thing in the pursa line
the were the tlnest vegetables ou ever ate
1 know, sii, that wluit 1 hioiikjit wa- juntas
tt-nl a bis
Mill, tht v ntienlieuou I n night Vtn,
but ll w.is tutt vet Is lift ie I li l I a l ha I ice to
ti tht in
stv tht v must hive U-en pietl ttalo b
th tt Hint Ittit bo uiMiut runner litubtW
"hainifi (nublrt wax thoughtful enough to
biiu aliHi 1 id of wtKttt to ctuk theiu
with "Omaha UoilX
4.ulUuII t the ltecu
-V S V
IM vaiu't a gemmiii on de groun daa
rlite iiough ter ib me i ing "
Hol on tlah IKwin 1k ser taie'ble ud
Jen, MisUh I ulHev Ju Ige
hv N ttu re Weep.
It is said that nature stmdtlers
When a woman throws a rtin.
An 1 thai when she sharpens (tenuis
Then ill nature gives i groan
I It it there & nothing l hut gives nature
Mi re keen anguish and distress
Th m to s i struggling father
With a balie he tries to dress.
-Krys In Judge.
(Mllgel to be ttiotenilnu.
Strnnger, be said, as he tendereil his
jNnlet pistol, fcjo!n me in a dunk Youli
Ond that the leelold stuff "
"Thanks, no llquox," was the reply
Well, will you smoke a cigar f
Not nnv tij'arK"
Au old gentlunan who hail observeil all
this grnsjjed the stranger wannly by the hand
".Sir he said, "it tills my beait with joy to
uvea young manlike you tuni away from
"iich viletlestmyeiN "
-Ye- u " the young man replied, you e
Imu pnze lighter in tiainlng, and I've got
to go sjow ew York Sun.
) Ititkte.l Itooiu!
"Breflk, bnak, bleak' On the cold, gray
n ki, O Btxxu And 1 would that luy arms
could lai-e you from out your uutimelv
totab Ah well for the cool beaded man.
who left all his cash in the bank, ah well for
th? man who iefued to become a real estate
rank And the stately booms go on to
then haii en down iu the grave; but alas for
the touch of the vanished pile, and the sound
of nwill boomer rave. Bust, bust, bust, in
the tlatttned town, O Boom, but the tender
grace of n stake that is gone has gone till the
coming of Doom ti bison Glotte
lie Wasn't Stirprlted.
"Has yer beeid what happened last week
to (tabe Miodgrassf
I bam t he. id nutllu aUnit bim sentsj be
left Austin, last week
"Two ttiiius run fogedder and (JalieVbead
wasiut lean off
"lU's dta 1, 1 Stsef
"Of ctmi-st be s dead mid he has beu dead
m ell I ain't s pned u bit De las' time 1
eed him he was loukin )rly. an was com
phinm' of a uiwry in his chest, and he had a
uuhty spn hous 1 Mtkin gundioil on hU
neck Texas siftings
CMipsdenre MukrCoHurNof Ta AIL
Tbetvat in-nieiist and mind reader had
hiied a hall on Tost stnvt and eoplo flocketl
to his exhibition Among others Frauk took
hi little in iiik -ent Hazel to the entertain
ment. She apjieared uncomfortable for
n while, md at I ngth came out with
"Ob, Ei .ink, dearet, can he really read
"Well, 1 guess so, at anv rite he's going ui
"Then dear let us get out of here right
now foi if be i tads mine I shall I turned
tutaiiy vvuv San liuiuivo Wasp
I Oulte the SMMie.
Cu huutlD wosIivkL he was bent
ud though that thwu t nee! inutb grit,
lb to two flugers l-r-fuie he eut.
To bratv his nerves a bit
The liquor soon muddled his whirling brain,
s Ispiur n ill ttfit ii (hi,
Ahs. the gun uetit ctT in a moment vaJa,
Aliil ll look tw rtijgeisi tu
Clara," be said, in a low, seet, ki-w ma
tone of voice, ".lo you ee yon twinkling
"I see pi ut of stars, replied the tired
girl, who was anxious to Let to lied. I ut I
dont obseive anything larticularly 'you'
ultout them Dou't l-e foolish, George M
New York Sun
'Water. Water verj where.
First littsbnrgt i Been a iv 1
Second Bitt'burgei- Yes, jut got back
njieiit some tune at n proiiniient wateiiug
Firt 1'itUburgerW luchf
Seisjnd i'lttsliurgei At Jay Gould s oflice.
A Hut Weather ilrl.
-rve pt a splrtHj,,! gi, u jier my lot
weather girl on account of bei name n
bit is lurnameP
uK.in New York Sun
l4oiilittlt the 1 uttire.
T lcbei .Mary? and what is your bit
Young Woman-1 can t tell just yet, but I
cues?, it will lSaiiih. Boston 1'rauscni r
ltoktouiaii, but Jlsly I ioler.to.U.
The small boy in a frolic
Hubs the orchanl of its apples.
And his in arils ruel s he
KMl-,.,.-s"' s-'uily g-iri'Irt
Hig fltlWUIgjcer lift
"Tim i u iniAt delicious fish, lemarked
the minister, who was enjoying a Monda
dinner with the familv "I uppuse the mar
kets are well stocked now, Mr. Hendricks"
"Well-ertotelltbetnitli,i-eplied Mr Hen
dmks une.Lsilv, "I caught that fiah mst?lf "
"Oh, tUdyou,va.d the minister "Well, I
suppoM, wljen i3tked m ice. ll&h will eaily
keep fnm Satunlay until Monday "New
Yoik Sun. j
lleulr'i Utiles Vnlieallliful.
De Baggs Hayou seeu Bag ley lately
De Kaggs No Has be gone to thecoun
"Oh, dear, no He is confined to his house
and is feeling ry miserable
"I dont wonder 1 beard him Bay some
time ago that be was going to live accordiug
to some health rule." Philadelphia Call
s. p. mtv wr .'r
lis a rii cram) sin. ilcure,
kitM ( r a stun mi lieu 1,
A -th-i tint swerve.
That risijirt rvrrv iierre
Thai i laun tot-(Tts.t (t cau lend.
The p.iifu. totttt-r statuls ihrtr.
IVrj li-vtsl ti. m AUt ibedrop,"
1 Mould lilt, L makf acaruielUesMrttr
Toebim thu- inaugUu the air
With a koi of tmbf.rt.wit hop
How bttte lw mses the ball
1 mi I ra.v u i tu rial screw ! t
Heualchf t V r mi au 1 1 1, fall,
Iful Hrssioia irt- wlbbbg-ilklt
Tlian-u ivbt. er m Kukiiim)
IIeeeS lit t tho hit neat i lit I
Of Ihe I Mil llal g es flvilof aast.
Nor the tin urugv ration ami wirl
Nor the spiral lantastica! twirl
N.r the iigza refract toe so vait
his-tfttorot-serfe him au I grin.
The playing thev sar, s niiiiieuse
And a cau il shot in the hiu
Is not an umiAtural siu
In tlie regular (-haul of events
If the pitt her lias soirHhtngto -ar.
He looks at thetaUher askauv
And sjH'aks iu enigmatic n a)
That silent iwtols of the plnv
U ith keateoces hid fn a glance.
Si t.tuJ that maghal leer.
And wate1! every writhe of the wrist;
And uheu in Its switching career
ou see the hill suddenly eer
Takecaroof the tortuous twist
-Joseph Paty la Judge
Tlare Weie No t lies t'pon lit Darling.
My daughter, lemaikeda Welter avenue
jiaterfamilias m a burst of Tinfideuce thi
morning, 1 want you to keep our proud and
wealthy name m dutiful remembrance Keep
up your eye, Kvangelme, and when you look
about you for a partner for life eleet one
who is woi thy of our name and future "
I have selected one already, pa sal 1 the
fair Kange)iue. as the modest blushes uf
fused the cremede lis on her fair netk and
"Ha SjH-ak qubkly Who is he? What
Is he Forhtaven's sake keep me not tu su-
"It's it's Mr Ixirrigan, the lutceUill
"Well done, Kvangelme. Tliere are no
flies on you, my darling Come to my anus
You have made tne a happy man this tinie
W ealth and position have you gainetl by this
bold hit in the first inning." And they both
wept for joy Stockton Mall
An wverat? Health Kesort.
OMaha Man (at a health resorti I expert
to leave to-morrow for home
Hotel Man Ah! Oot rid of your rheuma
( t rut f your neuralgia, maybef
' No "
"Humph You did not hav anything !
when you came, did you'
'Yes, 1 had
Did you getndof it?n
'Well, that's encouraging What was It
'Money "Omaha World.
Citizen, to Sportsman Sems aa though
your dog's tail w sort of banjed
Spoitsiuau Yes, shot off -last season.
Burlington Free Press.
Songs uf th ,
THE TGCNO UDT d SONU
Sick at heart aad worn with struggle.
Here on deck forlorn I bv;
Awful waves go guggle guggle;
Awful sailwrscry, 'yetaje'
What is this that wrings my heart so
hat tiiat moves these eres to tear?
Why do sudden spasms dart so
Whence arise these ghastly fearsf
Is it Lore Can this te token
That my Fred rick s heart is tru
Has my soul reiouHite spoktn
Am Isii.k with low or-ugh
THE TOlNO MAN A PONO
A rover arover I fain wotill be
1 d rule on the crt-st of tlu roping sia,
Alid tuug to the billow s this soag s f ree
Oh tra la U lab, lulhetyl
No fears sliall assail tne as on wc t.weep;
Mv light little larky can mock thedeepl
Vu os-an s soft bosom 1 11 siuk to leep.
With, ira, la la-lab. lulleity
et something 1 feel tliat s not quite right
m rt of sinking ni thest feels tight
lb m si ill 1 will siug to the waveatt-night
Obi ira-Luui lab lu oh, dear mt
Ihe wi-e bead that makes a ight diaft on
a sensible heart will have his iajer houoied
with full uvment of common sense W bite
Guest at summer hotel Who is that dis
tinguished Ktokmg young man wiping dibesf
l'roprh toi That is Mr Emersou Tra y Ban
t roft, who delivered the mngnifi'-ent oration
on "The ldealit of Ijfe at YulemoutU com
uieiKvment Burling ton Flee Piess.
A thunderbolt strut k a small bovin Mid
dletown, Y., the other day, and scooted
down bis tntustr legs. As they picked bim
up he ixclauned with agonizing earnestness.
"Oh, tedcher! 111 be good'" Burlington
I ree 1'jtss
lu these davsof "progressive all sorts of
things it would be quite m keeping to cull the
tramp a progressive parasite Itwell CUi
A new so iety novel Is to beentitled"Will it
W ish'" If ltnfrrsto the tiamp we know
blamed well what the answer will be Hab
A jioet writes; I know sweet songs I can
not suig That pet has our gratitude
Somerv die JoiirnaL
The old say uig doesn't read: Poets ore born
old mai K but a gtl many nouhl be poets
are, jurt the same Somerwlle Journal
"I paws for a reply,7 says the dog when he
asks for a lump of sugar New Haveu
Oh Vassar girl, your tears will drop
Wheu you inform your chum
That there s a failure In the crop
Of chewing gum
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