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v - DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Publisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1895. Vol. XX No. 6 ANOTHER UNFORTUNATE. j FOUND DEAD IN BED. ; WHEN DID THE WAR END?! SHOT ON THE MARY MORTON- altgelds latest outburst. HIS FATHER'S BUSINESS. .Wnlet orbett Seeks In Vain for Her Betrayer. A 17-year-old girl, giving the name of Eva St Clair. hut nrtwuu. i.t is Annie Corbett, apiieared at the Four; i - - -- - ....... i in in ii .1 ii !.. Lourts Tuesday night, with a babv 1 ( month old in her arms, which she j wanted to dispose of. The young j mother said she was an ophan. who i came here a month ago from Cap; Girardeau, Mo., to obtain cmplov- j ment. She had been Strayed, while j living at Cape Girarde-au. by a man i whose name she would not divulge. ! Some time ago her betraver came to St. Louis to avoid her. and she fed- ' lowed. iKiMiminjf a me.1h.-r shortly a f- ! ter her arrival, at the Mission Home i ' Jefferson and Loe-ust. Annie was sent. with the child, bae-k to the Mission Home, and an e-tToit will riiaele bv Matron Harris to find h, r emplov-' ment. - St. Louis 'hr-onie-le. ' NINETY-ONE THURSDAYS Mrs. .lane (dasse-ork. ol" this i t . liids Tair to Live to be- a t -n-tenai-lan. The i'lst anniversary of the birth o! Mrs. Jailer (Jlasscew k. e.f this it , duly rem.-mlR-red by relatives ami friemls e.f that e-timable eid lai'v Thursday. June (ith. She i-e.-.-iv. .1 1 inanv teikens eif love ami e-st.-em in the ! way eif pre-senls. e-akes. tleiw. rs and m-tirty congratulations. Mrs. (!!assee-k e-an reiate iin ideiits e-otinei-ted with the early history of ajie (iirareleau sutlii-n-nt to nil it volume. She has a geienl memory and is an niii-i-estii.g talker. She has child it ii. grand-e-hildren. givat-grand-eiiildren ami erne gi-e-at-great-granel-ehilel. 'it y Cle-rk Ceor-r.' K. Chap iiell is her grand-son and he is a 'ianel-fiit!ier. May she live-tei e-e-le-orate many more annive i saries. is the iii n.-st hope eif her many friemls. Variety In Meal l e.oels. Consul Cener.-tl lie Kay. at Merliv. in a report to this geivernment. refers 'o tin- abunelan.-e of venison in C-i-many. He says it is a comn.e.n elish t he-re- practie-ally all tne y.-ar reiuml. and its price is so moderate that e.nly l.-ie poorest e-lasses fail to taste it now and then. The rea-em is found i:i tin !ii''h i-ul; i vat iein of forestry, .m.i the caif with which dit-r i i r .. I in i ii. e n and protected from poach"is. Mr. De Kay suggest- 1 tint this very de-sirable addition to AiiH-riean meats is e.llite possible'. It is . Xeeliellt f.ie.ii and tin- i-eis'. eif rai-ing il.-. r i very small, if they can b- preite-e-t.-.l from iie.aeiiers. The st.-rile- moiiutaimiiis .iisii-iets along the e-iitire Ailegh.-i-y ham. and all e.ver.Ww Kngla ml. .-ouhl utilize.'.! foi- d.t-r parks, ane. d.-.-r .-an ! raised theree.n at as goeiil a i.redit as e-attle e.n more valuable ground. Of all the vast numlx-r of spee ies eif animals lit for fe.e.ei. lie.w few have :ni utilized by mall! Tin- ox. sh.t-p and hog furnish the staple meats of he world. We- shouhl have- a greater j variety. Th. ordinarg el.-e-r. e-lk anelj Tiioose have lvi! nearly e-xterminated i hunters in Aiii'-ri.ia. and the buffalo ' r.tiit-ly. Mr. De Kay's suggestie.n i - j that should b-ar fruit in a j.rae-ti- : e-al wav. Tiie- ei.vr ed Anie-rie-a and j .. uropi-. th.-antelopes e.f Se. nth Amer- j e a. Africa and Asia am! othe-r sii -e inatieally have a gri-e ma r ..... r. a'.-r iiiii- variet ies siioulel be -y; a- food. l..-t es va riety of u.'-at . b pel led te I I'e-i rie! I .Hi i':i!T..sh.-.l by o::!y animal-. -. a ml n b. lli'e.' hose ( .-nit: t: . Vine : at :'ei- reiscs ai tttc (:ii nt. sole - j. ..i !,-,..:-!:! ivh-;.- ,,; ; -!;. th- p:;;;-..!;-. 1, . ce ::; .; ;'. mi no .ei" i . 1 !.- i'e a e-a:-e'i of invitat'oi:. '.ilL and Thos. 1'ou. r Me- ! lei Conve i:l L-iit I '.:;:'"!'. ii to positive mi;. t lie. e .lil'.iV .i'lle' guest- w ill 1 e llll't in Kxliil.il ie!l e! to seals by the iii e-harge'. iiii.l e.mihu-t i-iie'i-s a : ' i sist.-rs Marshall Hall's r ady method in drowning, as to what t do and how to do it, will be found in Dr. Kaufman's Medical Work; fine colore d plates from life. Send thi-ee 2-eent stamps, to pay postage, to A. 1. Oruwav .x Co., Boston, Mass. Mrs. C aroline s-telmel Passed A wav Apparently Without a struK- -lc at ,lie nin" i her Jaus:hter. t'ner Hlomeyer called a jury this mornln to h,,1,J an inquest over the tM,lv "f -Ml's- 'aroline Stciniel who was f,)U,u5 ,U'!ia in ,,('d this morn- in- ,,v '"p daugiiter. Mrs. Lawn-nee Volford. Mrs. Steimel was 72 war - oIU a1 ad b-en afflicted with asthma un'1 n,,:irt disease for a nuniU-r of 'eal's- f'-- W. X. Howard testilied tllat be "ad tivated her fora-thma. his visit Mn' May 17th last. She sat up all day yeMerday but complain- wl of pain in the chest, ivtirini; at s "elo-k. Mr. Wolfeu-el heani ii.-i- in i . . . . . Mler ,-,",m alioul 1 o e-leiek. thought j W:s up but dhl ne.t ge 1o her r,,,,m- At e.Vl,..-k wh.-n Mrs. Wol-: f"-1 arose she w.-nt to her medhe-r's """" !"'"" '.ving e.n the lsl on her right side in a natural position ami spoke to lie-r. akimr her now s!n- ...... . . !e!t. i; ivi!!- ;io replv she a i- ' 1 pre.acli.-e! The b d a lid plae-inir h.-r hand e.u h.-r u. other's face was liori -r-: trick l.-atli I... t it .. . I ii .1 her iiusband. who. sii' ill. on leai-niiii; !h- facts imm.-eliatey liotitied t-ie aiitiioriti.-s :ind neighbors. The jury r.-tuiiiei a verdict to the 'ti by ! that ei a see eame to her death latura! eaiises. nainelv: asthma. h.-art disease and old age. The I't.rltai. Le.ve- !' alu.-t. ei.;. ... ' r t innu.-i.vs of mmireand to what mavl iK-.-alle,! its spiritual beautv is me,st stro.i.lv mark n the men of I 'nrita n elese e-om nt. if ..id e.f the strong l1;u f....ili .....ti... .1 It 1 ...hi spieiolls ri-v earlv ii. the- literature! ! e.r the country. Mr. Curtis tells us j that the school re-aders e.f ha If a cell-i tury ago contained two poe-nis which e-ve-ry boy and girl read am! i-e-m.-m- b-ivd. One of them was Jrvanl's' i neie-was a man ai u.e . in. e. it . found mm e-euufen-tahly seate-.l in an : about a acketl supre-me emri and Man li." the otlu-r was Le.ngfe-llow's ! "'I'"' 'I"' other eiay making inquiries : armchair, smoking a pipe his in- that court has. within a few .lays. "April." ah. I though the eourious ! a ''"lit a lost trunk, and aft.-r an ; sep-rabl.- eompanieiu. On the King's j reneleri-il twe elecisiems. whie-h un read, r mav :ind in the llrst a ,. hemr's hunt the bagg'au'e master fonml arrival he i-ose to his feet and stepp-d f..rtunat.-iy. tend to eon!ini this I..V.. ,,l n:.t...-e :...il ieitlieja ! id and bottom and on-- side f ' forward a few i.ac-s. but his Maje-stv ! charge. A w.ik ago it eliel vie.lcp.v either a more tender ton. i sentim- iit. both deal with the sight? !a:u! sounds anil suggestions of the i Ann ie-an landscape in the e-nrly ; spring, and the e-hoill. so' liglitly! !leUe-li-li bv the1 VoUllg plH-ts. slowlv ' swelled int.. rich harmony in ih.-i i ma gi n.it ive pros. - ol Kmerson. Their.-aii j ami Hawthorne', the nobli'st of tiie-1 group. In Thoreau this enthusiasuC for nature was .-ombine-il with a -tern ; moral purity: in llavtho rue. with a rich, though somb-r. imaginalion. and in Kmerson with a noble and sere-tie lihilosoi.h v. but in tin- moral liber of 11 .1... l .. ..... -I... .ii...inti. t:...ii..-tl. i 11 111- (til ' i, ! 111' , 1 i' in" ii' ..'ii ..ii i of the New Kngland hills, and loth. iii-i.ii-.-d imaginations the ti-an.iuil -ee nery al t Com-ord was a symbol e.f tin- r.-po-e and balance and harmo ny of the nniwrse'. Card.-n and ! Forest. American Annies. More appl. s were exported in the s. ase.n just ended than in any pivvious war. not excepting tin- l.anner season of I-'..-'.iJ. when l.L.ii..'!oi; barrels left i-ountrv for Kmopean pe.rts. Nearly 2.imKI.(mii;. en i bout l.'.'lC.i:!'.! barrels of a pple-s were feirwa rd.-d te. Kurope- from Canada and the Fnit.-d State- tins season, i'ri.fs abroad liave bin sa' isfae-tory to th.- shippers through eeit h-- eiilire- season, which began earlier than usual, owing to th" failure of i'.uro.ii-a". ai.pl" crops. Colden : riis-e ts of good quality rcccnlly . bre.nght il.-' te. !.7.". at ti'..- wholc-ah-la.ie-te"' sa!-s i:i i.iverpoo! for a bar ire! Judeiing I'.'t pe.idsils. ami Calie.rnia : X.-v.-e'l: '.ite.'Pis. il box ed -Id pilllllils. v. ' I ' i:i : - ii e.'.iit r.i!-:ne--s in Mis-iuirl. Til. I ;!!.;( ti L-m ane.- i u::!;-.:;;v e.f - l-'i-eeoort. ii!i':"ois. l;as instructed its ag-ents throughout this Stat.' to takT no luoiv risks. 'i"ne re-asem- given for ,' tomers can order just Mich goe.iis ;is withdrawing from Missouri are that ! they may de-sire' and have them made the lossi's during the last thn-e ye-ars up in any style to suit Hie-in. Suits have liecn too givat. The Company ! made to e.rde-r at lifteen dollars and claims tliat ithas paid out more money j up. IVrfeet tit and satisfaction guar on losses in Missouri than in any j anteed. Respectfully, other State in the Union. ' I I'HLI LIP STOLL. In teres! lug ue-stion liaised in a l'eii' sion Icclslen. Washington. I). C. June :!. - The question as to the termination of the eivil war. raised by Assistant Serre- , tary I ley nobis of the Interior Depart- ' ment in a recent pension decision, has given rise to considerable discussion. '. The case in question was that of John ' Harleyoung. a soldier who had enter- ! i-d tne army April 1'.'. ISiti. He ap- plied for a pension under the three- months- service act. claiming tiiat the war did not terminate until Augu.t I'o. 1 when l're.-id.ut Je.hnson. by ! ).r.iclainati.in. anne.r.neeil that pea.-e . hail 1 n restored. Secretary Itey - i . t i . i .-l-.- nol. is claimed that ;;euc nosuiuies ; c.-ased in April. Isii.V nil:.' months be- fore ISarl.-young enlisted. He sai.I . further: - It is ne.t U lu-.v.! that Con - givss intended to pension those wiu.se I rendition of service, military eir naval, had net coin lion wr.aiee-r wiuiine .. , "' i en'in eijH'rat leins oi i tie w ar. w as . . . . no! upon tile theater of the .-eml!le-t. and had imthing to .io with the ,,, - Ullil 1 in t-l loses ol The v:i 1. i. . ,i. i these reuse. :is the claim was disallowed. The e tTeet e.f the dee-isioii is to exelu.l.- . l:.i-.n. nimib-r e.f oei son- who enter-' 1 the servi.-e lietw.i 'ii July. I',.", ami Mav. lSi'i. from the operations of the H-iisie.n law. Since the elee-ision was inaeie it has Imvii ascertaineel that the Supreme Court, in Dee-cmbe-r. ss7. he hl that the war did not terminal.' until the - iate - f the 1 'resident s ..rociamation ! "' Aujj. Jo. I',,. The ,-ase th. - ; i ,'i,1,',! "as uneier tiie Va ptured and, aba n.le.ne.l prope rly act. In view e.f this elee-ision. anel Hie large nunilH-r of persems invoiv.-.l, the iii ..i 1 " "I"'1"''1- ...... ivlll I, , l.l 1... I-,.. Kne-w Ills Own Trade-Mark. : something which mi'ght have-e.nci I a trunk, ami hand.-d th.-in e.vei I the remark: This must Ik what you are after." V-i-s." was the reluctant reply. Anything more-?" "Xe. ii.ithiiig more." "Wan! to take til you'" "Nil. I gilesS Hot. "Sorry about tin know how it is. " "Y -. I kne.w. " lie- stoexl looking pi'-ee- away v. ith dama: it the "remains se. le.n and so ili-eoii-olately that !h master finall v said : "i.-' I - on might pji in a claim lor d:nr.:ig.-: V, but it Weellllin't look Weil. away. "I'm a baggageman myself,; you see. and I'll b- liaii'ged if I don't 1 ' believe I busted that t rui:k w it Ii my eiwn hands on a trip two weeks age.! ; It le.e.ks exa. -lly like one e.f my favori'..-! jobs; l)e-t red! Flee 1 'lis-. I V ote-el French h.-iiilsi. 1 ilas i-oi ibineil the valuable i u ; i i ; - ' I ties of Cotton Koeit. Tan-y ar.d I'.-nne-i I royal and as a ivsiilt l!e- famous: Moti-a-iui Tabl.-tsare otfereii the iadi.-s ' of Ain'-rica. it i- the only reme-dy . 'which a:le-i!s at tiie- same- time a sure and sjMt-dy r.'li.-f to ladi.-s for : suppressed and pait:!'ui meiistratiem : acting in from to :',i'. hours. 'l"h. . ' Tablets arc esu-eia ! iy r. e. .nun- lid ! to .married la.ii. - who e.'siiv ao-rlaiu : month!".' .ii'-eiie-ine doing avay wit'i ; ai'iioyam-'-tain pre v.-ii ami ! 1 I II "V no.:'! ' !':'.: ! a ! 1 ;(!- 1 1 .ly ii'ivg la-!'. : lei- e v spring -inc. - ar; riiilipp ;.:!. ..." .... has reeeiveu Iii- sample !.i shionab!'- spring" am! for men's a::d boys' sa now .reiareil to Milt c in stv!.- and quality e eryboeiy !...:: I g"e e nis. i i ; his tailoring in stv!-- ami s:. mules can be seen .--i;ib!i-lim.-nt at any tini'-. ami ens- Xrero ltol.stabouts say a Man Was I Wounded by the Mate on the I'p ! Trip. If tlie de:ul 1,ollv of a nv"ro is f""n,i among the weeds on the Illinois river "anh. aooe v aie ,u .ieau. nis mm - " 1 '""si '"8t among in. . ! civ-.v of the steamer Mary Morton. j 1 ,A m'n t,1,? ,,0:lt tll'' "1 at lm-' wharf ; yesterday the roustabouts told a stiiry ; of ,!"; m-l- shooting a man during the j "1 trip. Hie victim s name could not , j learned. According to the SI,".V ! told ,,n t,1, I-vf- he was a waiter, lhe ; attf missel him from his ,,ost of ,H:ty j and found him asleep upstairs He; j eutTeel him and a se ullle ensii.-el. tne j ; pair fal.ing elown a High: n stairs. ! ! rllw ni-itu tlwtr iiiiIL.j li trim it iw ' . i 7,, ' : lege-u. and shet at the fcllenv. 1 " ; r.Mistabouts say th.-y 'saw the man limp ; '" " ..n a. u.-.iu j "J" Hmois snoiv. holding his hand ,e, j '"s i"ight side. '. ' i'i...i.i.w i!..t..s -....I i... i.-.w ..,...,.,.i i - - . : i . i r i. : j " an.-sieu lor assa.uuii...- , J el.-ck hands. Last summer he killed a j in i . i:i i in v v .iini us 4i. ii iii ,i. ii. , 'apt. Taylor e.f the Mary Me.rton denieu e-mpliatu-a 1 ly that chere nad a ".V shooting e in board the boat j during h.-r trip, and called Capt. let- ee. o. , a,.-.. ...... ee.n.upi., ...... out. 'apt. Tetriek started to say that tin- shooting was elone by a drunken e-eiiuti-yman who had got e.n at Cape Cirartle: iil anel was out e.tT fe.r tiring l.: :...i: ...i.. ins : i - v oi . i iiiii is. i .nitii.iici . v v. urn t 1'- Tetriek shut olVany i lurin.-i diselosnivs.- 1 oM-IHspatch. lhe entenarians Lust Wish. The following story e.f a e-rnian j e-el that the ele-cisiem ef the I'niteel : I liogenes is iH'i-f.'i'tly authentic. Whe-n I States courts v.e-i-.i ne-arly always in ; King Fre-eie-rie k William IV. visiteel fave.r e.f e-erperations. Then it was the I thine provin. es in ihe year lt:! , ne.tii-.-d that no man could b' appoint ; he mail.' a short stay at Wese-1. where- j e-el te a Fe-de-ral judgeship unh-ss he he called at the home e.f the e.lde-st man ' was satisfai'tory to these interests, in his kingdom, aged lew; wars, lie-; Over a war ago a ncwspaiicr talke-d Iiet-11 made him sit iinv.ii again, anil talke-el j to the '.institution ami laws ef the with i to him with the greatest fr.t-di.ni. the; land, by hohling that the l iowrnmeiit e.ld man pulling a wav at his pipe ail 1 had no power to tax tiie rich of this i the time-. When about to Law tin-1 King a-kee! him if !:.- iiad any wish that it was in his power to gratify. "No. '.hanks, your Maje-ty: ! have all 1 want in this wi-l:." was the reply. "I iea lly '. .1 list think for a moment: we-! mortals have generally some particu lar eii-siif e.r aspiration." "Well, sir.-, now 1 come- to thin!-: of it. I might have-a favor to ask. Mv .loe-te.r in - si-ts e.n mv taking a walk eve-rv eav ion the- ramparts. Kve-ry time I pass the powder magazine' the sentry shouts to tin- from afar: -Take- the pip.- e.ut of ye. ir meiutli." and as 1 walk wry slowly, my pipe goes e.ut e very time.'. Xe.w. if your Ma j.-sty would be go. .el enough to e.rej.-r the sentry to let me smoke my pi'' in p'-aet- all the way. I sheml.l e-e.nsieier it tile g.vate'st kind n s you e-eiule! i-emf.-r em me- fe.r the-re-t e.f my natural life." The ortl-T was given, and tin- old fellow e-njeiyeil the privilege for more than two years, and iii. .! at last with the pip' in his me.u'h. Lue-h fur A!!.-. r.le-v le-s aii'l ile.rse's. it is a e-omnioii id.-; says a Cin- e-irnaii horse-d.-a !er. "tha' the ciianire of motive pe.wer for str.t-t cars am! the-e-e.r.se .j in-lit eii-us. for horses, thus re ducing :h" demanii. is ia.-g.-ly r.-sj.on- sible for till' ileiiille ill prievs of horses. Tliat is t ; . : t - as to a evriain kind eif he.r.-:V-i: - but no! tile- iV-t kimi. What alTc-ts my business more tiian anything ei-e i t'.n- l.icy.-le. '1'his .i ii:ii:ii.-l',.'s ti;;' ii-. 'i a b-tTer eia-s oi io,'- a !:-. -s im- a :T.-cl.-(i ma'ci-ia l!y by si:i-stl!!f.io.i ol c! i'lri! Ti!" I. t- iua tra:ig-i ii '. I'a I oi- v.!.ii '. - an: rei.iati. i i. ii" .l'i;g. : tee :;::;;. !'';!. -'Ui- " -t W .m.!w:.-!i Ar- :;a:. he! f.-ll i lite, a ca here .n '.i.;;s ed' !!ioi:-'!i -!. inai.e. .am nee : eg tve-iv. tali ;!,.. :;;elai v.a- ai v-leite i.ea'. arid the ma;; was u'.ie-rly e-ieisuia.il !;i l.'sst;:ue !han it takes to :.-!! of it. The War I (e-oartui.-iit authorities held a eon-ferene-e. and d.-eddi d not to jerofane ii..- eaau u, - - i manufae-ture of e.i-dnan.v. and that; , i ma- of metal was ae-tuallv burie-d. and ! ma. oi uo i . a Chure-h of Lngdand clergyman read , , ! N- ... ' the service for the dead over it. New , York Tribune. 1 1 .! e e-ael l.v tising' 111.' Ilieiai ll. ill" Another llenunclation ol the l ulled states supreme Court. SrKlXe.KlKLD. ILL, June Oov. John I. Altsrehl is of the belief that tne rnitcd States Supreme Court has established a dangerous preced.-nt in lvm.inuinj, Kugene Debsand his friends to jail. He expressed himself in a i yery ,.aU!.tt. nlannel. to-day regarding j t,u ,je,.isi,)n. accusing the court of ; tl..tn.piin;r ,m ,he rights of the people ! anJ tvj t()1 (f ,,,-;,. He LrjVl.s nis vi,tt!S f,. publication in a , .u.ti,.L,, in whi,-h he savs. in : ml.t. j ThN ,itvision mill.z a turning! Ioi;n jn ou. history. fer it .-stablishes t l)(w fon )(f ,OVOI.inmMit, ,K.Ver lie- i j fore heard ef anie.ng men, that is geiv - ,-iiinu-ntly itijnn.-tion. The provisions f t))e t.onstitllt; tlilt n IIian hllU (l,.p,.ivt.(1 ()f llis UlH.rtv without a , tW;iI hy ;tn im!al.tial jlrv is pra,.ti.-al- ' ly wiped out by this decision of the i I mteel State-s Supreme t emit, anel the ; 1 ... thee.rv that ours was e.i-lusivelv - e.ry that eurs was exclusively a ge)v..-rnm -nteif lawisnow at anenel. for along the water front ami robs drunk every e-e.mmnnity is now siibje-et tei,.n sailors, ami sometimes he sand- ol-y any whim e.r e-aprii-i' which any Federal Judge may promulgate. Ami if Federal juelges e-an do this, then it will not lie long until State-judg.-s will j f(1,,,v. this ..x-,,,,,,!,.. ...',. V(.r a .nturv -, Cov.'l'n- I . ,n,ivi . . Constitution, and we be-.-amegivat anel ! iieiwe-rful life-and l.re.oe-rt v weivnro- , , , . , ,, i ..... . r ,' 1 v ... t e i. u iiitu Lite iiiii ii ii . villi ii i. .ii, i , , i .i , . i . i i mi.- ii.i , , iiiiiui ,i .i. ji. 1 1 Li. . . iii. in i , iii r of liU-rty has been undi'i-mineel. trial ' bv iurv has bevn stricken down. For a ii.inil.er eif wars it has ln-e-n lvmark- i-ountrv. Xe.w. it has stricken down trial by jury and has .-stabli-heel i government by injunction.' "Forty y.-ars ago the slave pow.-r ; predominated: to-elay is capitalists. I The American p-eiple- e-ruslle-ll the slave power am! -awd our institu-! lions. Can they re-se-u - tiie-m again'r; Many say y.-s. but they have not if - j ileete-d that the crushir.g ioiiv which; now confronts the-m is greater than : i was e-v.r slave . an- in the Whit power. Capitalists House and legislate' in ihe Ceipitol. The courts of jusii.v a iv its ministers anel legislators are its lackeys, and tiie whole- mae-hine-ry of fashionable soei.-ty is its liaiul mai.i. I!csii.uitloII ol llostilltte-s. Speaking' of Xoaii, " sail! the change eelitor. "Who's spe-aking" of Xe.ahV inter- rupte el tin- !inane-ia! e-tlitor. "I f he- e.w.-d anybeidy fee- work em the ark." resume-it' the other, ignoring the iunuirv. "hisele-bls must have- Ik-i-ii liquieiated wh.-n 1!ie rain e-auie." That eloe'sn't folle.wat all. " it-tei-ti-el the financial eelitor. "He may have Iiad a l:n-g- I'oatilig' inele-bte einess. " "Ifye.ii kne w anything about liuan ces you would kne.w he could settle all that by watering" iii- stock." - eiming fre.m you that 's siiear iie.n- sen.-.-. jfh. ."inimal- wo; aii.a coil!.! hav- !l:!lt ile ! ."I exhibit' ii hi- No -'i. toii . tiie minaiiza ri: Wltl -.it;. !!;;; t;i ! Am lie.w l'iide'as::i.t a iH-a ut i fe ! e-iii ! ;! "s fa it e- t s. dis - ligmvel with vile- humor tliroi'gh the skin in pimp! bur-ting . blotches. anil sores, anil sadelei ill, whe-11 the: ye.ung and innocent are' laughed at and twitt.-el in all such e-ase.-s. 1'arents should give them tha. good and pure - . , " . 1 enn-dv. .Nulpher Hitters, which will , , . search and drive out of the blood M ' . , . TI . ,.. f. every particle of humor. -Health (..i- '-t-1 1" zett0- Xhe Hoy Cavr Various Accounts, but They Were I.urid. When the man who canvasses for n-i m for the citv elirecforv L-noek-e.l ut the der on the tep lloor of a Har- h-m tenem.-nt house, savs the Xcw York World, it was opened by a small boy. bright eyed and ragged, and with that expression of premature agedness on his face that makes the children of the criminal classes look old enough to be their own fathers, In reply to questions the boy gave the name'of his parents. Then'eamoa puzzler. "Whafs ye.ur pop-r's busiiie-ss?" i,iui,,.u ,M" Uiree-teiry man. linsin.-ssj'" : -Ves: what does he eie ' living" The" bo v laughed. "O." h. for a said. I "lie steals l.-ad piiM- .IT roofs, and j s,.metim,-s he breaks into houses. Say. : you ain't a iiediceman. are you? Well. ih-a's all ri"ht : ""l 1 'oper ain't got no ! iv.ailar business. Semie-times lie' lies bags people'. To-day he'"s trying his hand at picking poekets on the- l.owery. but I guess h.''ll ge-t pine-heel, ln-cause he- gene-rally eleM-s at that game-. Don't put him ele.wn as a pie-kpex-ke-t, mister, for he's a regular gree-ny at that." The? directory man scribbled some thing in a notebook and moved away. The- boy calle'ii after him curiously: "What el id you put popix-r down as i iii.s'.er The ilinvtory man saiel nothing, but hehl up the be.e.k in which was written: --.leini-s. Je.hn. ieditie-ian. 1!';4. Avenue A." anel moved .!T te th- next Mat. lie -iiolir Knslish. lie is a Cerman and t!ie keiqiei' of a j saloon. He hail been in Ame-rie-a but a few short months, and consequently I his kne.wle'dge of the Knglish language is ne.t great. It is net wonder, then. I that he- slieiuld make- a fe-w mistake's as te. the interpretation of certain sounds . expressive- e.f meaning in the language he hasaeloptej. He was sitting lie'himl j his bar waiting for trade Saturday I afte-moem. when a veiling man entered. I "Aif vein the proprietor:"" was the ! inepiiry. "Va. ieh bin boss heir." "We'll. I 'm the agent of Lipp's I'ub : lishing Co.. am! I want to sell you j ShakesjM'aro. " "Veil, i.ii hab- Lii-U r's !t-r. iiml j Miius" bie-r. iiml Se-hmidt's bier, mid : Home- bie r, uii.l Milwaukee bie-r. nne! ! Miielwi'ise'r. I tink liw ded's ge-nng. j Didn't n.-ve-r hear of dot .bike's bie-r. " h. you elem't nnde'i-stanil me. 1 Jam not spaking eif l-er. What I have t- se-li is a book. " ! "Ve-U. yeiu i-eimi- are. um! fe.ur oiler 1 live- elays. iiml I haf boe-k. toei." i 'i'lie- veiling man left in disgust, anil e-x.-rti-d Iiis energy on a more eniight I i-iii-el dag'e. who lived next eloe.r. Iti ; elianape.iis Si'iitine-1. ! ha nee- Fe.r a Ifisaurceiucnt. ! " arolin--.'" roaivd Mr. ItmjH-rjaw. at the top e.f tin' stairway, "this shirt you v.- laid e.ut tor me l-n t lit lor a tramp!" "Von aif right. James!" screamed Mrs. Lam.M-rjaw. from the- bae-k par lor. I'veoilereel it to ihre-e ami they woiil.in't tak" it '." 'hie-ago Tribune'. !te-ui:t.-U:ihle- i nr.- ed Kltcuiltallslii. Westmin-t.-r. .-,1.. Mai. !:l'l. I'l. Some- time- ago. e.n awakening on." morning. ! found tliat 1 had rhe-mna- iti.-m in my k; s( !:aily that, as I ivmark'-d to my wife, it woiilei be ir.i- pos-;), ii. ii: l.a.i so for iii'- -.o a't -:.d to my l.usi ' day. i !::.-ii'r ring that I ..! ( '!;:::!;! erlaili'- I'ain I'.allll "i I. f.l a !;e.;!!e. :t- tiiole: ' ; i-i et ie.i.s .o:t. '!'?. am! v.ghl.v . ami iy j-e-tiie ':'. I'll ! -',! ..' r.ie'r. ei( f' I V- .1 !1 l .11 : iie ! fi : J:or ; !!e! rlll.ii- the It ' aii'i v.hen.-vi' o!el !:.!! a!-, iiis T.artiftiia g. l;e-l-o!'s piee. r.iii- eif thing :: i . a- -e ; board va . - :-' i.if that 1 h i j,ad eoi J ,,. the tin t'-il for triiM.' me.ntiis v. it!-, boanie-r sUsiK.etir.g-tiie joke 1 ). t;,. elav call.- i he- wait.-r to him j anj tolel her he- was getting sie-k of I id chie ke n. "Very well." was the reply, "you can have it. but you ordered old hen regularly, and as this house always pleases its guests when it is possible, we've been giving you what vou ordered." Phonograph. ll V i ".-"-.