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WIT AND HUMOR.
It was tin yfiiniir tailor who sai'l, re
('irriti; to a rival for Urn all'iclions of a
yoiirtr iatiy, that he thought ho knew
enough U" be alilo to nit hiru out.
Ruskin says no couple should marry
until they liavn council seven years.
This would lead one to thiuk that llus
kin runs a soda-fountain.
Mrs. Homespun, who has a horrible
time every morning to pet her young
brood out of their beds, says sha cannot
understand why children are called the
'Please to give me something, sir?'
says an old woman. "I had a, blind
child; he was my only means of sub
sistence, and the poor boy has recover
ed his sight!''
It is estimated that there are about
2.500,000 stammerers ia the world.
This, we presume, does not include the
young men who only stammer when
they attempt to pop the question.
'Yes." said the man, "it's just ray
luck! I ordered that lawn mower to
run early in the morning, to rouse the
stuffing out of that neighbor of mine,
and drat me if they didn't send one of
tie new noiseless kind."
An Ahoonn man claims to have seen
a veritable hoop snake near that place.
It is stmnzly suspected that he devoted
considerable time to inspecting the con
tents of the barrel before he saw the
"hoop. " Sorrisiown Herald.
Digby has been working b.3rJ at Ital
ian ail winter, and resolves to try a lit
tle on a newly arrived emigrant: 'Par
late Italiarao, signer?'1 Emigrant
"Arrah! Now what are ye givin' us?"
A Syracuse woman has been dream
ing of' seeing a hen walk a fence, and
now what bothers her is she can't ra
in era be r whether it's a sign that next
winter will be a miid one. or that there
will be a death in the family. Syra
cuse II raid.
An Iowa man asserts that the ground
freezes to such a depth in Dakota that
it never thaws out, and that anv one
who will sink a well can always have a
supply of ice water. Satan blushes
clear up to the roots of his horns when
such a liar as this turns himself loose.
It is all well enough to attempt to
cheer us up by saying that fortune
knocks at least once at every man's
door. We nil know that the stranger
is pretty sure to make her call when we
are so far away that we couldn't hear
her knock if sue battered the door down
with a club.
A condemned murderer in Boston re
ceived much sympathy from a number
of ladies, who daily brought 1dm flow
ers and various ih-iicaeies. But one day
he wa detected picking his teeth with
a jack-knife, and his fair spmpathiz
ers deserted him and left luiu to hU
A New York man has compiled one
thousand samples of "poetry"' from
autograph album-. l'nl he receives
fclO.iMi lie threatens to publish them.
Here; we'll have to borrow the money,
but we'll head that sub-cription with
$."iiH). The wretch may have a "stan
za" of our own.
Three persons have sued a Rochester
paper for libel, churning SIOO.ihio in
each case. Almost any editor can put
his hand in his pocket and fork over
J'.'J'KUkhi: but he won't do it. He pre
fers to let the law take its course, and
cut down the sum to (i cents. Editors
are just that mrnn. Sorriitoicn Jl m!l.
Eplicit: Seeiie-An humble conn
trv hotel. Male gucM: "I'd like to be
called at 1 to-murrow morning; I'm go
ing fishing."' Female domestic (.(u-
pidlv): "Eli?" Male guest (deliber
ately): "I'm going lishing to-morrow
morning, and I who to be called earlv,
not later than !." I'einalo doniest'iu
(stolidly): "Will you ring?"
The editor of a village newspaper
near the city wrote of a young gentle
man who sung in tin; choir that he was
among the best of timir amateur singers,
and he was hon-ilied to see it appear in
his paper, "one of the bct of our ama
t"ii: siiigg'-rs." He has gone fisning
until it Imivvn over. Cincinnati ,Nn(ur
il'itj Si ' hi.
Mark Twain has celebrated his three
children's b;rihdas recently by three
granite watering" troughs," inscribed
wiih their names, along a much travel
ed road, near Elinira, ' New York. Iu
future days, when his dry jokes have
ceiled to plwtse or to be' remembered,
these moist ours will give pleasure to
"man and beast."
When you see a young man standing
ia Iront of an ice cream miIooii alone in
the evening, do not go so far as to de
cide that he has given his girl his last
1.1 cents, and U waiting on the outside
while she cats it up. One should not
hastily condemn on circumstantial evi
dence, no matter how strong it may be.
I married my wife for her beauty;
She married me for my wit,
That I got the. best of this bargain
I'm candid enough to admit.
Wit often subsides into drivel,
That "beauty soon fades" is all bosh;
My wife is to-day at the wash-tub,
So I'm curtain that beauty will wash.
Complimentary: "What sorter pietur'
do you call that?'' asked an Arkansas
farmer, pointing to a terra cotta bust
of Charles Dickens. "That in a bust of
Vuurles Dickens. "Intended to look
like him, ain't it?" "Oh, ye-:" "Wall.
1 can sympathize with lini, for 1 lived
in the swamps a long time myself.
Zotins, how bilious he must have been
when that thing was tuck."
"Why do young men remain single?"
asks a newspaper writer. An old phil
osopher once observed thai if more
young men were to jnarry. there would
be fewer old bachelors in' the land; and
the more we reflect on the subject, the
more it strikes us that the old philoso
pher hit the bull's eye, Young men re
main single because they don't marry.
An exchange says that New York lias
missed one of its lawyers. Il is strange
that one lawyer shou.d be missed in a
city like New York, but if the city feels
ball about it the balance of the country
will issue search warrants and find an
other lawyer to till tin vacancy. It
might be bard to lind another lawyer,
but this country would put forth every
exertion to help New York out of her
"Mr. 1'ilifkins, I do wish you would
give up that abominable practice of
punning." said the good lady to her old
man at breakfast one morning. "You
don't like punning, my dear?" said old
IS., with affected surprise. "You know
very well that I don't. I'd rather have
a hedge-hog in the house than a pun
ster." "1 see. ' said the incorrigible
brute: "Hedge-hog, eh? H'm hog.
Ah, yes it's for pork-you-pine," and
he slipped under his end of the table,
but not in time to dodge the m:si!e.
The doctor said he was a pitiable spec
tacle. Cliaiiey (juite outwitted: She leaned
her had upon his shoulder and aid.
in her nio-t insinuating tones; "Chir-
ev. i ear, I ve heard
so much about
dudes I want you to get me one."
Charlev smiled at her innocence, but
resolved to humor it. "Would you pre
fer a French dude?" he a-ked. "I
think not," she answered, suuirmiug
colv. "How would a tierin in dude
suit?" "I don't think it would suit at
all. I d'a't understand !ernian."
"We!!, what shall il be, then?" It was
lier tu-n to siniie as :,e said, uit'i a a
i.ivli : "A Yankee dude"! do."
Fannin r is called a tauv
omuls vocation, and :t is.
farm Ts know of the e
tramping :.ll oer a big cit
a -'-a-AifA situation, the j
hold of a market vcgeiable
li:t.r-wi;i:ered, lue b.is of
and m oio'.
I. uming for
; of get -.jug
that is not
ar wleui it
standing r.'ni on a street
rams, i;.e 'xuiiar.K'on or be. ng earned
to a hopi:al afUT b"ing cru-iied In a
crowd on .-ome parade day, or any of
the otic.-1 vi-r-vari leg incidents of city
i.fe!' No wonder t.;e tarnier-,' son- want
in c ::.e to i tie city, where there is less
Saluting, aa Allcrann.
Sometime ago anew man was put on
the Austin police force. As he wa a
gawky sort of a customer, one of tin
aldermen undertook to make fun of
him in the presence of a numl rof gen
tlemen. "Now,"' taid the alderman, "would
you salute an alderman if n were to
meet him on the street after dark?"
"Certainly, certainly I would. I .vwu'.d
take off my hat to him."
"That's "right. I am glad to see that
you are beginning to understand your
duiies. Now, suppo-e a crowd of men
were to pas you after dark, and you
did not know who they were, what
would you do if it was late, and"
"If they were drunk and raising a
row. I'd let them pass."
"Would you attempt to arrest the dis
turbers of the public peace?"
"U, no! I would saint them very po
litely, for there would be at least one
alderman among them, certain sure,"
responded the new policeman, calmly
biting off a fresh chew of tobacco.
The listeners, at whom the smart al
derman had been winking, he expecting
them to laugh, did laugh profusely.
They held their sides, but the smart al
derman's voice did not mingle with the
chorus, as he had somehow or other
captured a suspicion that he himself was
the man that they were smiling at.
Young Old Ladies.
There are few old ladies in the fash
ionable world nowadays, says The
W'urhl, and there need not be any.
Women triumphantly pass for 3,rj who
have recently kept in commemoration
their wth birthday. True, there are al
ways a few friends with inconvenient
memories who could mention the exact
date on which the 3.yearold bi-ccntcri-arian
tirst opened her eyes to the light;
and then there is the record ia the old
family bibb;. Hut, fortunately, the lir-t
dare not tell, lest a question be raised
as to their own age; and as for the old
fashioned book, like many other old
fashioned things, it is not 'prized as an
antique and therefore docs not adorn the
drawing-room table or betray them.
In a word, women on the' down-hill
path of life may and do practice the art
of rejuvenation without fear or trem
bling. Art competes with time, and
victory perches on the banner of the
restorative artists. Years iu passing are
no longer permitted to mark their'prj
gress ou a woman's visage, with crow's
feet, wrinkles, scant locks, faded com
plexion ana tootmess gums. JspeemiUt.s
in the varied department of rejuvena
tion are ready with preventives and
restoratives at a moment s warning. Tht
Instant a woman feels she is on the dt
dine, she h;n but to call in their aid.
Tha Eisult of Ambition,
Competition is t, soul of trade. A
case like the following, which happened
in an obscure village In Westphalia, de
serves to be mentioned for its originali
ty, strikingly illustrative of the above
axiom. '1 he selectmen of said village
proposed to give to the lowest bidder
the privilege of cleaning the school
house mid making the fires in tho same
for one calendar ear, a privilege for
which the incumbent had hitherto been
granted thu round sum of 12 marks
pi r annum. This year a competitor
came forward, and, after repeated tin
l"'i'l;iddings, finally offered to do tho
work free gratis for nothing, Unwill
ing to be ousted, the party "in ollico"
thereupon actually agreed to pav 1
mark into the village treasurynav
went no to '. marks, but was in the mid
overbid by the pcrslsent olllcc-seckcr
who offered to pay ' marks (id pfennig
for the incalculable privilege of clean
ing mid making the lires in the school
houiu. American Hi'jistcr.
CAIKO BULLETIN: TI1UKSDA.Y MOU.VI:
Tba Earthquake that Game from Pepper
ing an Elephant
Sain Wan, of Wilmington, Delaware,
as mild-eyed a Celestial as ever sprayed
a linen shirt, visited the- Philadelphia
Zoo, and after having ''hoapleo fun" in
tho monkey house, stopped over at the
elephant's home. A party of wicked
lads beguiled the innocent llat-irmi art
ist into conversation, and finally per
suaded him to give one of the elephants
a ginger cako which they bad dosed
with red-pepper. They then retired to
watch for the fun. Nam patted the an
imal's trunk sofily with one hand, and
remarked: "Eatlce ninehee." The ele
phant closed his eyes lazily, and reach
ed out for the cake w ith its long trunk.
Sam g::.ed v ilii placid satidVlioti at
the bca-l as it curled up the trunk and
poked the eake down its throat. Then
tin' elephant's eyes snapped viciously.
Sam did not appear to notice this, an 1
lui iied around to get another cake. A
he did "o the elephant, reached out hi
long trunk and wound it about the luck
less Chinaman's body. Then there was
a whirl, and the thud of a Chinaman's
body twelve feet outside of the ropes.
The keeper fu-hed to the scene, and
proinoily pul ed Sam's head t r mi a
parrot cage.wl ere he had been jammed,
and carried him out for dead. At the
door, however, Sam revived, opened his
eyes, ;,ud remarked: "Much art b-
ipiaKee." T.'ien he got on his fed and
walked relleelively to the station. He
took the next train to Wilmington,
where he confidentially said to a friend:
"Chinaman heaplee foolee, alle same
like Melioan man. Me washee alle time
The great pain-cure, St Jteobs Oil, is
the wonder of the century. It comjucrs
Why suffer with Malsris? Em ry's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infdlliablc, n -ver fail to
cure the most obstinate casus; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with nuin of cutting teeth 1 If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Ciitldrco Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little suff er immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures djsentery and
liiarrhreu., regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wiud colic, softens the gums, te
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the 'aste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best f maie
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial" bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it nut for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Dirchy
Bros' Drug Store and get a trul bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Never (live Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, g-tiera!
debility, disordered blood, weak Constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a buttle of
Elec tric Eitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; jiain and mi-en
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Hitters. So.'d t
fifty cents a bottle hv Earclav Iins. (."n
To all who are suffering from the err' r
' nd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
Less, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will cere you, fiikk
ok citAKOE. This great remedy .
discovered by a minister in South America
Send a sell -addressed envelope to the R. r.
JosKrn T. I.nman, Station I).. New Yuri:
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of v iur
address we will tm.ke an offer by which
you can eirn to $7 evenings, at your
home. Mm, Wi men, Roys or CJirls chu do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 19 and 107
Fu.tou Street, XewA'ork.
Enter;. rising local agents wanted in this
town lor an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists and gr eer.s preferred. Address
i Humistou Food Preservative Co., 72 Kiiby
' S reet, I'o.twj.
How Many Miles Do You Drive V
Thu Iriniruwait ! m larger than wikh. It
Ofl.itht! cxaf.i rmin-.. r nf ruiU-M drlv.ui to tin;
LL,llr'J"lrt "ri "dii'TcTjuiitii up to 1,10 rnlits;
wiiti r aid Hunt ilfht ; aiwuyn in order; Mvm
li'fi-i. Irmn Inc. in; iivit-iTTvIwi": I. ctlv attacn-jd
''.'ft vhyf a H i!K.v.'ril a"', hulky,"W i! i ti .
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'. Wh-n orrtermtf it'v.. .lUineliVof thn do-el.
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A'Mresi. MellONSKM. Olio'M KTEItC'O..
Hyhi-iifl for Cireulur. ' S-i :irn.
( !ty oniccrH.
'Hyiir-'I human. W. Ila.ln'ay.
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llamlial L. II. Mi-vi-rn.
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Third Wurrt-II.F. Illake, K ( : s , iih
bX.Mirth Ward-t'UrlHP O. Ud.-r, Ado.p'h 8vo.
Kilih Ward Ci.au, LaricaBtfr, llfii.ry stout.
I'lrcillt .1 UiliC.: 1. .F . Ituk.-r.
Circuit l.'lerk-A. II. Irvm.
('(unity ilndtf J. II. holilnnon.
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(.iiriiner H I'MtlUeralU
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h'riTiK'.tit-iii the rlraio
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Any HonBi-kceptr In tho hnd can ri'tmlr the Cook
filovo put In new )'lr Harl, iipw (Irnti-a and in'W
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
BuM by all TIardware and Stove Pcalora.
Srm rn f'tHrri.im. Manufactured ouly by
bcliciirk'n Adjustable lire Iln. lt o.,
b'l Dvarboru Street, lilcaco.
i3noJil y rral.tr.-d l-jrihn mi f llfaHit Trrat'
nctif, wli.di i.l,'i iially ruri-a Norv.uia Dolill
ft lMt Virility, PrrniAtnrr Ikerny, and
all l,ulil". ' '.,.' r rn ntcwi)iSi and icmiil,
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