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EASTIN & BIENVENU,
Editors and Propriietors.
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How to Get a Bug Out of the
Mr. James Cole. who lives near Hobdy's
Pa., may thank his wife's knowledge ot
Insects for relief from that threatened to
be a serious affliction. The other night
Mr. Cole was awakened trom sleep by
an intense pain in his right ear, which
was canoed by a oeetle that was moving
about in his heat. Mrs Cole remember
ing that Inseets are attracted by a Same
of fire, held a candle close to her hau
band's ear and in less than a minute the
beetle which was over a inch in length
emerged and was killed. Among the
qualifeations for an accomplished wife
hereafter should be some knowledge of
ether kinds of bugs beside these familiar
He Believed in Fortifying.
A tramp eatered a Washington msalo
the other day-and blandly asked the bar
"an you tell me sir, if Congreed has
passed the fortieation bil.
Well 'sponen it has or hasn't what's
that gog to do with yor
"Oh nothing much, oly I feel a oa
deal run down ad would like to fortify
a ittle. I theught mebbe In ease Coa
gres had made an appropration, you
might jorward me about ten eente worth
and sharge it to the government. Tar
forty rod will fortyfyas well as anything
else, so don't hand out the best bottle.'
The bartender was about to hand ouat
his best bungtarter when the tramp
made a hurried esit
[Pi rgCommeral tte.]
The boyeott ofthe bootblacks against
ive-eent customers was naugurated yes
A gentleasa came walking oat tof the
postofe snd wo'asin mediately srrean
ded by a crowd of "hloers."
"Shine Mister?' cried one appaling
ly, pointing to the dirt covered sham of
"No," be answered, ecrtly as be walke
"O. please, let me shine 'e," onti
nad the boy; "I haven't made a seat all
"Au right," replied the man, get to
The boy's companions crowded around
him tr-watchthe oeratien and after the
little fellow had completed shining one
shoe he leeikd ap ad aid.
"Say, miter, boys is got a union
now and doesn't shin for a nickel say
more. Its a dime now.
I won't give yoa dime," answried the
"Lsak a here, then I don't sWeM the
other shoe. Boys give him the boy
The boy roseand put up his brshes,
while his companioas began to shout
"ScabF "Black leg!" and give 'im the
boyeott!" This was a signal for all them
to run in the street and pick aup dirt
which they threw at the polished des and
over the man's clothes. The misilel
came no thick and fast that the vietim
had to run into the City Hall and appeal
to Chief Blackmre and Detective Hell
who seceeded In dispersing the boys.
They watched their man from a dis
tance. andas soon as he left the Chief
they followed him again and begaa their
assault anew, The man was inally eem
pelled to seek refuge i a ear.
That old duesrpd eoe at the embrys
boyotters afterwards was ar o 'm a
rich bloakes. He's got the stuf but
would givee of a kids 10 eatsfor a
shine. Weve got what dye call that
ee thing, Jimmy, as agreement t's
It, lsshlne nobody esnpt for tean eats
That feller oulght te know that it he'd
read the paperr.
Thes oranniatie at bys has bee
completed and weebe b btoi whovllatas
The "Man atersm" Trial
A Trag~dy Ie HaoUrM Thasn mster
the Aitis es.
The second tral at Alfred Paher, bet
ter hknown as the "Man ater," was es
eluded at Gusasem city, with a vadlet
of guilty of easlghtr ean the Ave
couant, s charged in the indietment
Judge Harrson smtremed the prisner
to o year imprisomment i ast pea
testlar,er 8 years for eaeh man that be
is elpo to have murdered. The ime
Pasier s charged with is m at the
mat arrible en reord. In the early
partof the winter of 1823 Pater, nl
company with Ave prospeetes-Iaeli
Swan, Willam dell, George Noon, Fra
Miller, and Jame Hamphreyes-- rte
from iagham Uthb, fr the nawamiing
district in Sea Juan esumty. The witer
was sere and gme serne ad when
te party reached the plae when lake
City new setand, ty were oat t p.vl
el and assding bren A Iatmp
coad. HBm they want into eam&c
m night iaker murdered hisb eas a
eas sad or 15 dys lived e the eeksh
at the dead. sher made his ay to
thes Ir lPneasgemey In t early peat
et 1874, when he represasted De ll
had gene easy withl hunger and maw
deread tshe ether fer men whlehe (Pahi
er) w oas eat hb gla f rie Oan
retarn to amp Bell ateNe him with
a hathetand he was e pelled to k#
Bell in sed deemns. Pa-ker wasarru_
had a pgrnl ary hearing and was Oe
fned in thes aumehe 11, from whi
he esaped the same year. In 188 ha
wap reopared at rt Pletterman, Wp
ming Territory,r when e went by bi
ame at Jdha Oearts. At his first t
he was convicted td murder and seatea.
ed to be heaged.
The vice crop at lauIesiun as reper
ted from she disent rse growing -
rihes, is the bet fir years; thes aeresge
is large, and the yeld premises wUd.
The reent heavry ral have been abea
fkla to the erop. arvestg Iwill b
Sam Jemes declares himelf a C -
tian ad a Democrat. What amer u da
an man be.
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