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ALL ABOARD.
MfcHHICAN ( 'I N TK.U
WISE BECAME A
JUDGE g
Lwxi 4 UglM pTlg eg
The Pivot Corset !
HUHGRY MD BftUKL
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Yur Luck.
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mmii) bust Is : r a ftr en is ta?r
MMH .iaiu llfr 1 I nlv
I jl clottKU Slid '. t f I el)
rhun v ttitMil ue Uj I me lu ked on
; a ..r a , ed tor work t
i mmms ' 'ly bft I
iid ib Lunger 1 eni LuUi ib
, far M iriu Ur aMMM,
usl aa an dsjitjd
ian i attracted ai.', 'iOHm
V 1.4, 1 aw in mad M Vom' :c
,.-'! I "Ul 1 f ull II I '.Lai IfloUfl
ni i' bcame an old story, and 1 found the
igtit lid not iceu me. Wuiie It lasted
a u. but it I At i way ore nothing
x- a aMM lueal." 1'hnMij - I'i!- "ai.
H.irltl u (! li.fV'lt
i 'ne lav a H .ycotl strolled into llie tool
. m- l down fur a chat. Hie Lam
Mf and saw, a .anoong awl ! I a trowel
and oiLer n- u est tools lok advantage of
t:. . , a Ukiii f r oic
hfekbg Le had M bbainejwi t take, to move a
hlli further away. Wny do you avoid
me' asked the lUiuil ' Am 1 Ml
f:, ltd of lalior' An: 1 Hot its
iuigbufet weauou' Am I not your
. utUMB .l-t-iid r' "Y mm M,' rfplii-d
1 .,r!j- wbo was seven u in tbtr
tifil Mf 1 icr lists, "but you don i Mcn to ix
of ui I herf is a m-!! of Kuvian
tri iaon boot om MifliBf taint of n-rman
a ttem !i i)l KnUsb reprrsaion,
in i a i ml odorol ttangwtan pMmvian, it
ntrai ilravtl rldvor of lnorantv anl
i ity, nd tk srnsel ffrvK-ity t hut c
1 m I Ilk. We know it i.n t your fault, it was
h rn "t ivratiny .m l hlp!snes. but it isn t
America, and it isn l pleatanl. You ba ve a
f .- ') air about vou ilia' make? M PtKHH
and oifeiiiive. Oo out ami wadi-
round n i n in' br lb Qfmmi for abut
an uioiitbs, and voii'll come ta k as rlean
as a t'liinamau. Go soak yourself, boy tot t
jPOUntlf, and w bow we'll be to wel-
i!ii- you into the shot ' This fable 'earb
us to renieuiber that n civilized Chris
: i . mi', ffr yet learned to throw the
boomerang with danger to his enemy or
safefy to bi nisei f.
Th Kin.l of UOSSBM He Wanted.
1 tie hrfJoUrlag story is told ofa well known
gentleman of tbisrity who recently marnei'
.t bl troni a neiifb boring Pennsylvania
ity itter his OMI ha-jbeeii given up as
hopeless by all the managing marumMOf
f. . ) i It HfM that t tie gentieman in
me-tion regarded his abnegation of bacbel
hool with sort of rueful misgiving, which
.. reaael a th. .las of his luerty wane!.
His last revolt against the .shackles of
IWUtfiTyj occured when be was -r 1 1 to
pr re the marriage license, a lew
livs tirtore the ceremony. He soiuht
the City othnal who presided over the
ineiis.- .tepari ment and asked gravely. "Is
this were licenses are kept" "Yes, sir,''
answered ne i Itfk, potmtfi "Wbgw kind of
a license do you want ' "Well, what kind
have you got''' rejoined our friend with
superhuman gravity. The clerk had begun
to look upn his visitant as a lunatic, but
be obligingly rattled otf the lit. "Giro yod
a HemUM to drive a ha k. give you a license
to pub te 'h or practice medicine, give you
a pawnbroker's or huckster s license, give
fOB a bV cuse to keep gUMOVdOT in tM
MUM Stop. ' said our friend quietly;
that's what I want." Buffalo Courier.
.
A flmrktl Kotilx-ry
The tn.M remarkahle rohbery ever known
i'ticial annals has recently OOUM to
inrh:. I'rincew Montleort of Poland lived
a retired life in her beautiful chateau at
M ller ho.ise was guarded by a
t a k .'f 'l-tfs and no one could enter with
out passing through the portcullis. She ha!
inherited a large fortune, which she kept in
. i - 'intruded for the purpose, as he
i :i , i bwn or hankers. A few
niont ns since the I'nncessof L Tisitext
the 'tateau to see the Primes Montieart.
'io w.i her triMlniotfier. Slie found her
nncoftarioua upon a (, anl. tbougii u.e l
ical aid was umnioneb the Pnn ess (f
f r eart died, ' poo opening the safes
an-1 vaults nothing was found -money, -il-verware
a'. ' ! ; nds were gune Although
every effort h.is fe'n made by the offli I i
, i...r the nr,'M!iim of the roSberV.
an laa bs yet f-n-n obtaiuad that proaitiai
i I -o IdaatW a'ion of the uipnt
Hrih lxirfiltm
!er the headline Sage Hrusb Joiir
nsosm.' the New York WWrf piotes the
toiloa haj from a vehi aska onteroprary
. reer g-,jt inir. whiskey ke), f!an--I
wh . sw-.l tha' we were
ia the hahit of working In the priming
,: " "-i i resiiiertfallj informed
ie ti iiar of the ftr-d waer ' From
TIF KK fnll FRi
- i . r
' Km :nt w.vir.l IllMh C
tiliuuued to ii'leirupl ine alilhe afiraking.
It waa t a small loan 1 waa asidrroaiug
i i. e i Ker aoa aad tbaa cue
.uc far t.a k in Ueuce inlerruptrd
om I . m that be aasa fire-eating
bourUu. iietuot Tai 1 uoiulad in n.i(jef at
Liu, a. id rat t ! ser Mb aS.-J allow tliat
foa are try tug : interrupt me 1 have a
pit I aad fcii.fr with me It you bother mr
agaui 1 will i uaai do il from lhi platfor.u
aad Ml tolh of . .r tars off I nets!
Scarcely add Ibat I finished my t h
wub' ui f triher liifrrruplioii
HOW did J M g1 ' he title tf judne'
Ria ke the glass ball shooting aiu
jaigl; e 1 vtas eligageti in a
i ,it Ul this ltt. associated ailfi deli
Qordjn ' 'ue dav the general and 1 were
walking uaaru Broadvai l as tailing
hiiu : - uie iaru. urkr !av inta that I
hjd baai aaaaiioiag He as luientiv h-
teiiing when a dapper y ung fellow, whom
I knew waUet up and aadrvaaod me aa
lie wu ked along with me, and it
waa ju this and judge that. I saw that
lien i don a rather anmned that our
MUronalioa aboald be interrupte.1. so I
mi I to .he dapper f llo
' 'My dear sir, 1 am not a judge, I nevr
wa a idga ol an MBit, and I dpa t de
srve ihc title by do you call me judge''
" 'YoU are a dog judge.' be answered.
"YOU MUtd hae h. ;rd tiordon's laugh
tive blocks otl '
Baaeaaeari Wbaaew Woaaiaav Krpori
S f
Dark atid toady
weather.
High win. Is, fair
aaal Mr. 1 ke .1
II i mii . t.r Koolel a SfierlfT.
Jobfl B Jaffery has a bill against M. M.
t'lirtH. the a tor. which be b:is endeavoretl
to collect every time the impersonator of
tbe Jewish drummer came to CbiMfO, It
Im a bill for printing, and now amounts to
11,815.21, including interest. Sundaj niorn
Uut at 1 90 o'alotdl the clerk of the Superior
1 ourt persuaded to issue an attachment
forY.rtii. and the writ wai put in tbe
bandl of a deputy sheriff to eerve at the
actor's hotel The al tor My i for Jbflbry bad
had a capias t'.-r his ar:-t ai. day Saturday,
but coul 1 not serve it.
The deputy was unsuccessful in gaining
entrant o t itrtis routa, and tbe law does
tu t permit aa oAoar to break In doom vhila
Mlf lllg civil prooaaaai He therefore sta
tioned him-elf in front of the actor's door
and waited patiently until 8 o'clock. At
ttiat hour he again tried the door-knob,
and, to his astonishment, discovered it on
and the r.MUii empty.
OUrtis had matle bis . - ,( . bv another
exit, of whose existence the deputy bad Ho
knowledge, hours before, and was then on
bis way to Pat oit. -CUoaae Mat 1
The QoeOOWl Hie Itfjlini'iit.
A gose which has just died at Stuttgart
left tbe Bock, while still a gosling, and re
solved to have nothing more to do with its
cnipiiiioii ge-e hut to try a new wav of
life for .tself o r baldly man-bed into the
barracks ofa I'hlan regimen 0M day aad
stationed itself neit the -entrv box. The
lh!an w-re toQCbfd by the Mb cboosinir
to allv itself with their troop- and built a
bed for it to live in. For twenty
three years neither threats nor per
suasion wer- kbit Id searate this
bird from its adopted regiment. When tbe
corps changed quarter- !,e goOM went with
then-, and when tbe UblaM wnt to fight
lor tbeir rouatri tbe deaolate creatare took
up for a time with a Mttallioa ol Iktbl in
tantr-. t. . - .. r 1 i 1 the first I hlans
enter the town than the goose man hs org
to meet them and went with thon to her
Ob) quart erS Since her death sh has le ti
s' ufted. and is t bo se n in a glass rase on
tbe gate of thlsrraks at Sf uttgart. - -1 'hi-
MfO Hrr .ll
TBE, MdTUMM t l.
Lnve i s fire bf s -
an ran bnwet.
Wn a I lf
s S--rth tamUnia 'onaraaa
. er-e. .dr r Hampton
4 , snt' hs a rial I
I liar a nd It is a
- : nit Kr a panted
k " It i
l and MVafj We prophesy a did i
. f,cr. aaaa ar Mta.
t sT .'f
"
...
Joa Jaakoboice
Mrs K. C. tUlbewax
1 P Mliltli,
James i 'urns.
1 r C II I me
Uro Wui. P lnues,
Miaa l.uella I . rv, I
H H Ou .,t tk"
Mrt Nuie Si fca- '
Prof MM 1 1 t
Mist Katie kit r:
Miss Jessie J a. ataall
l allf rd.
I baa W Manatiel.l
In L K Baal
C H Jacobus
Mr, I il, -
M M Mau I M I: -
A D. Plumb
M'S- t'ella fa
0 Waab la Wom Boat Club, mi I W
b i v s . r a
We tind it ueiesaary to oubtiah the above
MTtiAMlM from MTIMI awl baVO
t'hase ltrtfiers Pianos :
one of the irand Rapi Is dea.t is is oi the
babitufslaliiigtb.il MTtiM who tiave our
plan -a arc not ptaMfd Willi tbtftu thai
pianos are inale from t'reen lumbal p I )
matle. that the sounding boarda I antl
many other false ami malicious UiingU Ul
tletei ve customers.
t h sr Baoi ui cm l t t ,,
POWEKS OPhKA HOUSt.
N M. H. POW KKs Vt ...
Mo'iilay Evening, April 26.
SEVENTH ANNUAL
Fancy Dress Carnival
oven by the CbfldMI Ibt I bail
la MludueMj "V'
SIXTY CHILDREN
Iu a brilliant pvogtaaune, oooaiatlau oi tMn
PaMM dancing tout eiiseinhh anU tin
Beautifli Mikado I
In Japau se continue in winch 1!
participate
The CALCIUM LIUHT will be uaadan tin
caiiiou. I'mf MlM Foil Orebeetia PnM U v
YTaHanatalii. PiaaW
Hcbata m aale 8aturday moniin al s nek
at Spraker i. BogadMO! Si BUluben will le
MBM
Admishi.in kisi rvcd m an
Parquette and l'aruette an1 Ureas Qtrvlea, -eeaMj
gallery, LS cents.
OWEkS Of'tKA HOUSfc.
V M H. POWKBS.
II an ac ei
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Tuesday and Wednesday. April 27 and 2B.
Engagement of the Popular romediM
mam B.CURTISS
, Supported hy a powerful ooaapaay, presenting
Tuesday cvemiiK. Mr ' . : t . - r. c
ebaraeieriaatiea,
Saml of Posen
THE COMMERCIAL DRUMMtK
Vfeabaala eeaabajOutltlaMji m
SPOT CAS H,
Or Sam'l of Posen on the Road.
NgakOT pricee 7 . fg, M ainl JB a BtC, I
ed seats 75 cento. OO sale at tba Ar s-'- Si
MMaeaeJag BaUiMajr Dionitng
AWIII' OPEKa HOUE.
wu n. p nn
M I Rgl r
Thursday Evening, Aj'i il 29.
RETURN OF THE FAVOR ITSS !
HEADLIGHTS OF MINSTRELSY
HAVERL YS
American -European
MINSTRELS-
l oler tbe ieiwnal ntx'rv II IU v
4OPERF0RMERS-- l
ln !
World -M undent.
CRAGG FAMILY
.-. tr, Kew f eaMre
eai ef.linir. k P. Ol
KurWwiie n MtksI'
ennie invlaxirste1 with
r'aiifonna
keaer f MJti M u
rrmeoeina Tueadav A
oenta Anmiaon fl. 7.
LADIES'
SPRING
GARMENTS
AT THE
CLOAK
EMPORIUM.
qi MONROE STREET
i . C jr et expand and toniia w.th the htcathing. and yielda to eveiy
muvrincnt of the wcaier, making an ea and elegant ht Tbe top and buttom
o liit !!U:it ut the Coiaei ae BifUMd l ent ihc watt, allowing eaay play bacbw'd
an 1 foiward. They ate held m tai lun by to n ttie povketa of the detaibtd
edgai and by an ciattic connection. They each play freely upon an unda lying
extcrisicn. whuh preventa UM bocy fiom
Alto aal taoaifid a full and MMaaaai MMJ ol Wlmt OooJi UMIi Haniburg
Edginga. I-ace Curtain at all pi ice.
The best Unlaundned Shut, linen hunt and bandh, icirduii A front and bac k
well ttayed lot only 50 cenia.
C -1 i et A well aelected alock at 15 centb pel ard and upward
l.tve Gecbe Father! al way h on hand at tuitt.!. prices A lao agent a tor the
celebrated McCall's Bazaar Patterns.
M MONROE STREET.
The Latest Styles in Ladies Broaches is the
OLD-FASHION BD SHELL CAM K PINS
Removed Hand Painted Dresden Heads. Photo Cameo.
Call and aee them. Prices within the reach of all.
9TANDARDTIME.
BO MONROE FtTTsLHITCT
N. P. WINCHELL.
15
MEALS
CENTf;
AT THE NEW YORK OYSTER HOUSE,
Under Hart & Amberg's. 57 & 59 Pearl Street.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
CARY & LOVER IDGE.i
'i. n
r iiim
NO. ii
WE TT 7
BASE BALLS
AND
Rubber Balis
All the way from
5 CPlltS to $1.50 Each.
But our 95 cent League Bae
Ball, double cover, lead
them
i B? Ball Eoodj.
EATON & LYON,
to and 77 Mo-rrw Sfret
ALWAYS TO TMt FRONT.
protruding
0. D. B.HUNTLEY
15.
GhNEKAL DEALERS IN
in 1 1 iii i
Sal's.
hit iii'j.' t i ri
iMiiiiti i
Combination and Time Locks.
IONIA STkKK'l
FIRST CLASS
BEECH and MAPLr
WOOD
$2 PER CORD $2
DfclMMaJ to a l's-1 of tba llWg.
WATSON & FROST
73 Orandville Ave,
TELEPHONE 6 94
(,,,(lf rwivod at Scott 4
... .. . ,s
.hi.-, t j, i'inri t
GO TO THE
HH HOIK 111 A,
7 ICmum St.
Ts '
Ttt tbe fwieat leMi.
Rir-tit F'r.wfW
For the moat valuable Pre na
Fear tbe cbosoMt OracertM.
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