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ett on the evening
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V,' forth ben-tit of St.
lull o! inter-
.h will be one lull
tiu CDU,t . um Ind.ekttB:
, ' The L"V
iiO- lue. f i..nlrlhV.
Mr. ' V Vnurn6en"
Mr J K Hambitzer.
iSolo yVg" Kid well.
T i 'ion i j iiiiJCai
Tromvucv.--- lliajRl nro-
.. ...... i.imnn oi tun
tue comedy m one ... .-v.v..-
been admitted free of eamina'inn to the
University, is about ended, but hs tbrre
Iihk been improvement h1! along the line,
a like privilege will doubtl's be extendi d
by the new c i i-mittee.
The Quiney bund will neeompany the
A. O. II. 1 UtinciM-k to L ike Linden
WcdmHday, St. rat rick h I) y, and has
hImo beeu engaged ly the Sons of St.
(Vorge for the celebration on (loud Fri-day.
T. D. Masou's corner store on Quincv
street is n occupied hh a grocery and
fruit store by Joseph Vergo.
Ed FoVy, of Hounhton, is now en
ployed in the otQce of Congressman
Mr Reed in visiting ber parents, Mr.
and Mm James Moore, of the Quincy.
What It la ami How the JbUiaua Vued to
When Colun. as discovered America,
he found tho Indians currying on trado
from tribototribcwithwampum. Any
thing that has valuo may bo used us
money. In ancient Syracuse and Britain
tin was used as money, and we find that
iron was so used at one time in Sparta,
pieces of eilk in China, cattlo in Home
and Germany, leather among the Car
thagiuians, nails in Scotland, lead in
Burma, platinum in Russia, cubes of
pressed tea inTartary, slaves among the
Anglo-Saxons, salt in Abyssinia, etc
Wampum is from an Algonquin word
meaning "white." The Indians have
ever been fond of ornaments, particu
larly of beads. They used to make bcails
of seashells in tho following way: A
fragment of stono was with much care
'worked down" to the size of a small
nail, having one end ouite pointed, and
I it was then fastened to a piece of cane
I or a reed. With this simr-lo tool the In
CAN BE MADE TO GREATLY BENEFIT
The Aim-rirHii Agrit-nlturM r.xilaiu llow
I'arnu ra Aim ".'Mill. il' liy C'niHKruailn
Mom Willi Credit ll.mka They Could
liorrow at low Kitten of Jute rest Tliejr
Would Tlmi Ho l ie to I'.uy In tin
Cheapest ami Sell la the lrart Market.
VOWELS AND CONSONANTS.
CILUIIKT III rolXTKHM
W" M laa
iliwuv- . . A.
.loiiiM and eentlernen in toe cv
Umedyhaye all appeared before:
law entirely capable of assuming
ryeral characters The admission
Jcents tor adults and 25 cents ior
, ..iFi. it in." will be presented
0,iu . A-nnn
.(.fnllowinff cast, unuer iuo u..v.-
Phlelgh, a country Vfiitt.r
WMiadrfonof I dian workman ( hipped off a tit of the
flV ':A , Mdanofu1-'en' i iiwMo of aconeh.hellor a port of the
Wa.tjoung lady fond V Gi'bb ! shell of a hard clam and rubbed it down
tiiounglady fond of ;'romanoe,, .. tQ lho gize AvHitVti This bit of shell he
VpYnnd'aTOunir lady fond of held in his hand, placed tho nharp end
of the stone against it ana uie!i rumen
the stone around and around until a
hole was drilled entirely through the
Tho shell leads thus tediously manu
factured were called wampum. These
beads were cither white or of a purple
color, the last being valued much highe r
than the firt. It was the very laborious
way of making wampum that gave it
valuo. Tho wampum was artistically
strung upon hempen threads and used
as necklaccH, bracelets and rings. Often
it was woven into belts about 8 inches
in width and 2 feet in leugth.
The wampum belt served many pur-
It was wut from tribe to tribe
The American Agriculturist, ouo of
tho leading farm joirnals of this coun
try, has been running u scries of excel
lent editorials on tho subject of credit
banks for tho benefit of farmers. Ouo of
tho first, in tho issuo of Nov. 21, 1890,
discussed tho agricultural credit banku
of England. It attracted considerable at
tention, and the Graugo and Farmers'
Alliance in several states aro seriously
considering a trial of tho system thero
A recent editorial showed somo of tho
benefits of the Scotch credit banks which
loan small amounts to borrowers with
out collateral, but who can give at least
two good sureties. By this means a ca
pable and trustworthy young man can
obtain a few hundred dollars, at a mod
erate rate of interest, with which to
stock a farm which ho has just bought.
lie does not havo to pay interest on a
dollar more than he -actually uses and
t any time can return any part of what
is borrowed and stop interest on the part
returned. Dunning Macleod, a great au
thority upon banking, says that this sys
tem, introduced years ago, gave Scot
tish agriculture a prodigious stimulus,
while to it also ho attributes the mar
velous development of manufactures
and other industries in Scotland in the
face of adverse natural conditions. Mac
leod declares that tho uso of this form
of credit has been more helpful to Scot
laud that tho richest gold or silver mines
would have been.
Tho Agriculturist then described the
special bvuelits of tho branch banks of
Scotland and Canada. Ten Scotch banks
have 1,000 branches. Each little town
where thero is an ugont of ono of theso
ten banks has practically thesamo bank-
r. 'j privileges as tnougn mo ueuunuai
ters of the bank were in tho town,
whereas the American town's facilities
aro confined to tho little bank located
in its midst, cr, moro likely, in a larger
town, villago or city 10 or 20 miles
away, for it is often 50 and sometimes
100 miles from points in tno soutn ana
teY.M.CA. is isnuing an un que
w tor i be lecture by Eti Terkin n
ib 27. Iu part it read, "Admit
tr aad wile (his own wife) to Lli
.. ........ .n thu urrkrlil.
fclUg leClUre, HUj wuno iu " i
jear. and ears. THIS lecture wm
Luce at 8 o'clocn tharp and cou-
UDtil somebody requests bim ti
, i f lu i Look Into the Wuy
' Formed and L'ned.
I A. M. Uvilln Hell of Washington, in
I hh note on "Syllabic Consonants, "road
; at tho H-ennd sess-iou of tho American
. Oriental society in thin city, said:
! "What is i a vowel? What is u con
sonant? What 'is a syllable?
"A vowel is dt lined us n nonfriction
al emission of tho voico or of unvonal
l7.ed breath through an oral channel,
with momentarily fixed configuration.
Vowels therefore run smoothly into ono
another by merely altering tho shapo of
tho oral passago without interrupting it
"A consonant is defined as an inter
ception of tho breath or voico by oral
stoppage, or by omission through sido
channels or through narrow chinks.
The change from one consonant to an
other thus involves a motion of the ar
ticulating organs, producing, with moro
or less audibility, a puff, a flap or a sib
iliatiou. "The two classes of elements meet in
eo, y, oo, w. A syllable is any vocal
element uttered with a siuglo impulse
of voice. All tho vocal elements in a
syllable must bo clustered together with
out admixture with uonvocals, but any
number of nonvocals may precede or
follow tho vocal cluster without affect
ing tho syllabic unity.
"Tho consonants 1, m, n, when they
are final after consonants, frequently
form Byllablos without vowels, as in
"The test of good pronunciation is
to give each syllable its own distinct
sound, 60 that in the most rapid utter
ance the ear can trace the boundaries
of every syllable. But the syllable
sounds must bo true to customary pro
"The name consonant, if held to 1m
nlv an element that cannot b e pro
nounced without a sonant or vowel,
would bo a misnomer, and its uso
should in that case be discontinued in
BMfinUflo menoloev. Vowels are the
soft and plastio substance of speech.
Consonants are the articulations or
joints on which vowels and syllables
turn. Their proper name is, meruiore.
'articulations, not consonants.
"Phouetio elements make syllables.
Syllables make words. Words are to be
considered as the syllaDics or clauses.
Clauses must bo carefully individual
fid. for thev aro tho syllables of sentences,
Divide voar sentences into their logical
units or clauses, and indicate within
the clausos all their phouetio units or
Flue Cider For
Just received, a new lot of tine cider at
J a mew LIhh'h.
Foil Sai.k Thre ix-roora lion sen in
the Dollmunn addition to Lnunum
Apply to Edward Ulneth.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
0 nil kind of brick nnd mtoo vrcrk.
Hmokerti, If too okve (ailed to nnd
cigar to suit vou. try "lietiia;.cu'
Crown," th h-t in tb market.
ur lodge rooiu e- r en tea 10
meeting oo Katnrdnv Hfrnlnira
Madame Smith, the clairvoyant, is still
in the city and can be consulted at her
residence on Sixth street, oyer Sothch'r
F eh milth cows for sale, two or three
being Jersey; als milk. Apply to
(J-orne Demarois, Seventh street, Red
Have you tried Moeb s Fro Tatria
ciarj? Worth 10 cents nold for 5 cents.
Stamped Fro Fatria. A cold, sweet satis-
fiyiug Nuioke. George Moebs& Co., man
Ht. Ueorae'a Ha 1 to Heat.
The St. George's Hall is to rent on yerj
moderate terms on the following even
ings Every Wednenday, every alternat
Thursday and three Fridavs in eacb
month. For farther particulars apply to
JohnJenkin, William Maynard, R. B
W. A. Washbnrn Co. will sell at a ro
duted rate all
to make room for spring goods. Gentle
men's overcoats, ulster nnd suitings
We have a large line of
and cape coats to be sold at a sucrifi
in January and February.
Hammer Ht) e
Having received a tine stock of cloths.
suitable for spri g and summer suiting,
I invite an inspection. S ots made to
order, fit guaranteed and the prices very
low. Give me a call. M. Johnson,
Orer Sauer's Sample Room.
I'qh bread acio a ! -up-n
Baker? can be had at the following tureo
rie J ame Lisa's. Mrs. Hoskln'a K
Jacket: Martin Rutin's. J. C. Lean'
Peter Olcem's, Calumet Village -n.
Wfdaeaauer's.Gullbaurs, Lake Linden
f rean supply Is left at tnese agendo ever
day. and theprleeariMilowathelow.-
syllables, and you will fulfill the grand
fundamental precepts of delivery."
KIPLING'S KIND ACT.
went to tho nearest bank.
We quote tho following from one of I Philadelphia Record.
tho moro recent euiionais iu iu
"Tho agricultural credit bank de
scribed in our previous, article, or our
own very successful co-operative build
ing and loan associations, mignt aisocs
tablish branches or agencies,
More the eveuiDg of the disturo-
.ttnaticket will admit tba bearer to
WneatattDeluueral where hecau
Had enjoy hiinnelf the same as at the
jure. TV bhrheat price seat, those
twt t&e door, are reaerved for partic
rlneudu ol the upeaker."
Inoni the prens testimonials sent
Q by Elns the fohowiug from the
Wiouttl Gioite: "We never but
MiHTieueed more real ceuuiue pltM
thao when this eloquent man (Mr.
huh) iloHed his rematks. That ocea-
wan wtieu we wou the affeciions of
leautiful young holy aud gained a
iber in-law md then haw thit m 'th-
ilawxwettly audnereuelyp iss away."
eat excitement exists in the L,ne
ds and vicinity as to the provable
lit of the FiiZHimmous aud Corb-tt
Jt, which is to take ulice ou Wedne-
next More narticula ly is thi-so
hfQiincy mine wh-re contiderabl"
ing ban been going on. One fam
rt ho works at the 340 l-vel at N.
ittlt, id a great admirer of Bob and he
made a bet of $15thntl3ob will
bin opponent out inside of tiiteen
VUandisosure o victory that h
Mnady made arrangements bow he
npend f 5 of his winniunsin tre tiug
I hi i jo
CDonohueon Saturday fin shed the
kutd-orating the new otHce iui d-;
.olthe Quiniy mining company. He, '
Muurol bis men, have been engaue i
M h fur the past oil months and ir.
moxt elaborate j .b of Iresco ng t
I'Ood in tbe copier country. The
Fl ntflcials are delighted wit h the
)k and Mr. Donobue hiluelf take
Enable pride in ir.. Work of this
tan he as Hafely entrusted to Mr.
)"tue and hi
F'ie talent that noghr n obtained.
. a- with tolnmi oronnses and messages, it. . A .n,l!nnt,ltvn in
Incite an awideut nuppens iu !.inoi.ifi, socieiy couiu uavo u ,Muv0vui-..,v
lociwe uu wns nsrd in ma kintr peace, in nsking for , u lnf in mmiv n
if he should dieoroe '- .ia . w or adorn. every lou " .;;,.,.:'
uit i.jwv. , ttrriiiTi nr rounucs. urinuiuK u",u
ment and also r.s a "circiilatiug met i-1 homQ q dcposit(Wg and borrowers
uni. Hie coasi iriuo inuiiun vio
wampum makers. Tho interior Indians
spent their t ime hunting and exchanged
game of all kinds for the wampum made
by tho coast tribes.
For a long tii.io after whito people
had settled in tl.o new world small
coins wero seams ar.d wampum was
used as "change." Finally tho "pale
faces" set up lathes ly treadles for tho
purpo of making wampum quickly,
and soon tho Indian wampum makers
were, us we say nowadays, "out of n
job. "Philadelphia Times.
WAS IT FUNNY?
A l..,l.ol .Tok. of Who Humor
Victim W IloHlitful.
"Would you mind telling mo some
thing?" ho nskod, with some hesitanry.
"Certainly not," the rcorter an
You seo a great many newspapers
I havo to read considerably."
"And you ought to bo ablojotell
whether a thing is funny or not."
"Can't yon teli ior yonm u
iges lionie io uepusmus uiva wnun v
everywhere. In this way, even in a
sparsely settled farming country, a co
operative banking society could get
enough business to bo soundly success
ful. Tho agricultural credit banks de
scribed in tho editorial referred to en
able tho honest poor to co-operato in
other matters. Tho testimony of hnn
circus of similar institutions in Europe
shows beyond all question that these
I.- ...iti.,a l.nvn 'meouraired co-
operation in all its forms stimulated
thrift and self help and improved the
wholo moral and material condition ol
their menibcra.' Tho need is certainly
went for similar effort at self help in
very many farming communities in this
country as well as among worker in
other ex-cupaticLS. In theso times when
the margin of profit is so close in farm
inc as in other business, it is all the
moro necessary for farmers to be able to
conduct their affairs wan uie ui
economy, for which purpose capital at
reasonable rates of interest is auimpera
"Whatever opinions are entertained
concerning iuu nauuu.u '
A Story About the Fimoni Author That
Is Not Unpleaitant.
It has become the fashion of literary
paragraphers to print whatever stories
of a disacreeble uaturo concerning auu
vard KioihiL' they can hear or find. In
cidents showing the other side of the
man the truo sido, in fact are raro,
but that this wonderful author is not
To Mine Owners ana Timber ton
t rate tor.
For sale, in Keweenaw county, about
750 acre of land, the standing timber
being cedar, hemlock and Norway.
Part of this land i on the shores of Lake
Superior and about four miles from Boll-
mann's lumber railroad. For particu
lars apply at the Nkws office.
Come in and see what we can do
you. Money refunded if not satisfied.
W. A. WASHBURN CO.
n H. TIWK-TADI.K.M.
Passenger Trains on H. R. R L
In effect December 29, 1895.
7 4ft 12 15 6 00.... Red Jacket .3u S40 10 It
7.61 12.21 5 06 Laurlum B.Z4 z.m iv.im
7.67 12.27 6.12 Osceola 8. IS l.
: l.nft ft.M) Hancock 7 40 1.00 .
8.40 1.10 6.55 Houghton 7.30 1.40 t.tS
m p m pa Ar Lv p m p m wm
Daily, t Daily except Sunday.
Passemer Trains on H.&C-.B. R.
In effect December 29, 1895.
a m p m p m Lv
To Heeret Morlettcn aud ibrn lwh
luic to Itent a Ludcr lloom.
Tht: lemple of Honor lodge room i
quite tho literary barbarian which ho is vacant on Wednendav and rTidaveven
nAnii m.iiin nnt to bo finds but inirs ot eacn weea. l'artie deHirinK ti
i ak i ik . im i.akn L.innen....e.2i s ow
i.47 li.n 6.(12 1 In wood 8.18 2.28 t.M
7.60 12.20 5.05 .. . u i.inaen b.it
7 65 12.25 5.10 Mills 8.10 2.20 9.4
8!07 12.37 6:23..... Dollar Hay.... 7.5S .2 OS .
8.21 12.55 5.40 HancocK i.
8.40 1 10 5.55 .. ..UouRbton.;... 7 o0 1.40 .0
ampmpmAr lt pmpiu
Dailv Dally except Sundav -
stronger evidence in a little story which
I heard quite recently.
Not lom aco an ambitious young
writer composed his first story Ho was
rather skeptical of its merit, and being
a great reader and admirer of Kipling's
work determined to scud his literary
firstborn to Kipling for criticism. His
friends tried to dissuado him from tho
idea, telling him that he would never
seo his story again. But his faith in his
f,vorit author wan strong, and tho
story went to Kipluig. A week passed
by, and finally nearly a month had
elapsed. Tho young writer suffered keen
ly from tho ridicule of his friends in tho
meantime, and, truth to tell, his faith
began to waver. During tbe fifth week,
however, a letter came postmarked
"Brattloboro, Vt.," and the young
writer opened it with feverish haste.
Thero was his manuscript, true
enough, but scarcely could he recognize
rent the same may apply by letter to ttu
Union Temple of Honor and Temperain-e.
N. 48, Calumet. Mich. Secretarv's ad
drew. 2029 Calumet tmt.
Our rre t clearing hhI for the next
thirty days, for cash only, to be soM Ht
50 pf-reenttm each dollar, connoting ol
dry goods, clothing, boots and shHH.
ladien' and jrei.t'n furnishing goods. Call
early as it will be to your interer. The
LHUiium Fair, next to th post ofllre.
I. Feinhero & Co., Props.
in -ffot January 31. 1HW7 '
ru A INS T.RAVK HOnOHTOl
For Detroit and tlie east dally, and
Ewen and intermediate stations,
daily except Sunday
,, , - , n-m
UplioUterir and ltrei ItlnUer.
All kinds of upho utery work done on
short notice in a flrHt-olHSH mauner, and
cheaper than the rheapest. Carpets
cleaned, window draperies made, designed
mIN AKK1VE HonoHTt r
Uaruuette unioauo ana
let roit and the east
.w.kt. Mmet.nies aud other wif'rui
M1 Turk '
and bung. awniuiES replaced, etc. With
Kipling had evidently put days of (pn vearsoi expeience, I solicit your pat-
o-,i;nriir nnt. I havo a case here . n n;mitr in au effort to rer
that needs an expert opinion. Some time ft piiU of co-operative biuik-
ago I was employed by a man to look bat wiU cuablo farmers to help
after his stork in trime, wiih-h nu.r.r...
mainly of beer. Some people came in.
nud in order to entertain them I shoved
them a few tricks that I had learned
Ono of them said to me that ho knew a
good triek, and that if I would he p him
out ho would show it. I was willing to
do nnythii.g I could to make it plrasant
for tho company, and w en ho asked e
for mi anger I bamled him a small 0 0
that happened to bo handy. H"'n'
overtoak.gof beer and lre, a ho h
in it. He toid me to put my thumb our
the hole. I did so, an. i;. m
hole in the keg. At his request I put
my other thumb over tno ouht ih.iv.
"Thru wniit am ' , , tn
Then be bepri to Ireat theenmd to
l lit II (- , , 1V!ia
cverytbii 1 n t. ah 1 ' "
VlilltlM lllUM l l ii..
n t: ko i itl r 1 my niw"
watementoithe c -iiditlon of the
Xtiunal Hunk of Hancoek Mnrch
total renource ot 893.400 IM.
'tm ol loutm nnd di ntni-
di"lroin hanks 232.0G2, easti .n
' f W 2'J.'1. Vouhiim Miimunt t
i0G2 'd uudividetl piofiti are $17,
I Ida etHlemeui toiowHtiucb. h poll"
n,,lttiioaasHhouid make d posl
lv,,,y, the iewerve being abouf
r It. is th .t statement
"lr I-IAiiiIumI I. ... . f urtr.linun M
i i-enincMea will hf he.l at
i ttarho lhu,Hnir, llouichtOH, on
"'iiyrid Fndv. fh m.ri 2.
,. . . .. J
K i "ooititlr mi O . in i n
W ILLIAM n Til
SeHo. 1 . uds-ioiier.
inn ! urn
t icniiran n mra tT
J ' copper country high schc..l
C ;b P-i(Kl of Mi . e year-, durla.
T rlifln't dur
.re t. ,l. ri'Ciill V.OullI
.yPir that woi.' have rui.a
wall papa. W!e, they 1..
themselves to all they win-' -away
audi it me. It was ty I
foretlein 'inn.nd pi..
n i . 1 o
o n r hold .vou r
tho liol -Docs
not. I ha
tiir.f f f "
nsk J eu i
or .iis ii
Wb h or
nieny or !
m b K.
'i,.a Tinw i?reat this need is can
hardly be exaggerated. Taking the
United States as a whole, wo doubt if
one-tenth of our farmers uso Dames or
are v it bin convenient reach of banking
accommodation. Without it they cannot
employ en dit in the truo sense. Ye
ninV-tintha of the volume, of busing
transacted by other people is done with
cmht instruments. But tho average
farmer is able to uso only the credi of
fered bv the crossroads store, which
?m Iks' him to tho tun, of 15 to 40 per
cent by taking h stun in uu
below market piic e, charging big profl
on what the farmer buys, aud on top of
this exacting exorbitant interest
"No legitimate bu-incss can stand
this sort of aecominodation 'ccruiiily
not agriculture. Thocvil exists whetl or
pricesaro high or low, currency pk nty
or scarce. Tho deeper ouo delves u to
this matter the plainer it appeals lha ,
-i..iMW Im done about monetary b;uud-
V NU ' 1 ards, better banking tlf7t
.. l,Hr1. l irimiCH 1111 -
drat IB cte.-MO vital to 11.0 Him'
..mm tlil.Uil I'U'IULILD
.ait mrn 1111 i ivv
... mum it ninUillt? corrections, sug- m unrl rrnnrn ntiPft.
gestions and iuterliueations uutil the ftnd Bnop at No. 451 Fmnt street, Calu
fitnrv contained moreof Kipling than of , ... .
its original author. With the manu- j Bl"-U'
num a letter, in which Kipling ; . Mawrence's utore will be t-old in
said that he was not "in the habit of Bi,.eof thirty days, a stock off 5,000,
doing this sort of thing, because it iook when hg mU8l t , ,j the building, so call
BOinnchtime." But in tbis case he saw ; Qceand t ur bargrtlnH , yr
a gooa cuance iu ujuc t - ", nn nrln. Ir will b stdd bv auetion
ir fresh air fund in wbicd ne was in- . -
and pnvare sales every mnui nnu mj
This stock includes ladies' goods, menV
and hoy's clothing and furnishing teood,
t.ats. caps. etc. Doo't miss thin chance
' of fritting goods 40 cents on the d. lUr
oo theprb-es which you must py e Be
lt (ii a
" " in w
1 I N
i a ft rj
is: N. ! ;
a cae t f l
t 1 to do- . .
r f eme jM-oi a
those in other business.
A Good Example.
The action of tho silver Republicans
in deciding to make tho money i.o
Paramount sets a gootl example to the
Sold Democrats, tho Baltimore ISs
?m.)ays: "They must keep then
bcIvcs in rem
A plan m l
Fn nch ll y-ieiui.i
. recomnionded by
to cure colds by ap-
plying ire i o im - Jg
ada5S the arathea uow
. - - Li? native
tatanitly put fonv.ud Ij tho
may. ,,.iiatr.itlon to place the
ThPT would WHlfj their couno
iS, Ihroa. l.id. ft w.W.i8h in compote with
'ZZ Al W ,M ft dutr Pn tU. le or .ran
lor frosh nir fund
tnrested. and if Mr. thought the
work he had put on this manuscript was
wortfi that sura he would be glad to re
ceive it for his fund and would send a
ntod hill I
The $5 was sent. Philadelphia
No Doubt About It.
"Do you play by note?" inquired ono
of tho summer residents of Blucvillo of
the violinist of the "Berry Corners' or
chestra, " which had boen discoursing
car piercing strains at a lawn party. ,
"Nivver a note do Oi play by, sorr,
replied Mr. Flaherty, mopping his heat
ed brow with a handkerchief of sangui
"Ah, by car, then?" 6aid the sum
mer resident, with a smile of gracious
"Nivver an ear hilps mo, yer honor,
responded Mr Flaherty, returning his
handkerchief to his capacious pocket
"Indeed I May I ask how you what
you do play by. then?" persisted tbe In
Qnirer . ,
By main strin'th, be Jabbers,' said
Mr Flaherty, with a weary air, as he
plunged his auciont instrument into its
green bag. "An it's moighty dry wurrk,
an that's thrutb. i.orr." Youth's Com-
A Real !;.
The Lady Shopper What? Pay f 5
for a lamp like that? It's outragoous.
and I won't pay it
Tii& Astnto Salesman You forKet,
madam, that the price has been reduced
to $4.99 m .
Tbe Lady Shopper (reaching for her
purser Oh, very well then I'll take
It Chicaao Record
la TaH Wotleo
Waam nleajwd to tell VOU tbtt
make everything pertaining to tbe shoe
maker's trade as cheap as ever from th
beat quality of leather. MenV boots oi
i shoes soled for 45 and 50 cent, ladie
j nboes soled for 35 and 40 cents W
j have a nir assorted sttck of fall anrt
I winter sdoi, and our own maae srioe
packs, which we will dispose at ver?
I bw fljrureM Ooo1 work iruaranted.
j Okkr 4 Kemppadikn
Fifth strwt. Red Jacket, next to Jarot
' m- Kl-'l.n-.r.-
Mutual Hr inHnran romiti'
Honirhtno and Kwenaw mnntu
iraniwxl In 1890 renrUnflr to th U o
. th- tat r Mlehtiran. will Insut oroo
t o '" b-r- oat'
J o f.0"0 an dividend nearly f 0.000
d rl elastic years torn niters
. f flTeyear stMt-dinir. Ontbw flrntdy
of this er tbeeomuany had 482 mem
h re $421.48 worth of property in
unred and I10.C08 54 fn treasury, ror
tMrth 'trio, --vy to t.. .nder-
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