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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 13, 1896
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J oil Gray's CORNER. On the following Jtcuisj: All kinds of warm weather dress goods: all kinds of gauze underwear lor ladies, gents anil children; all kinds of gold, silk and leather bolts; all kinds of laces and trimmings and all other kinds of goods. ' DAILY JOURNAi- Published every day In the Tveck (except Monday) by the Losansport Journal Company. W. S. WRIGHT President A. HARDY Vice President C. W. GRAVES Secretary S. E. BOYER Treasurer Price per Annum. M.83 Price per Month; : - •*> Official Paper of City and County. (Entered as second-class mall-matter at the Logansport Post Ofllco, February 8. 1SS8. Greatest Discovery of the 19tli Century. Dr. TCUJJUU'H NKW ItKHKDY Mcrtlciitoil Air For tli« Cure ol Cntiirrli. Asl-hiim and nil PnlmomuT Diseases, It liiis no euudl foe Sk-Ic nml Nervmis lleiul- acliti, J ,000.000 people olo nnnuiilly from tl)D above mimed dlsHiiscs. Wny sutler ami die, wlM-n Mediciitwl Air is 7JEDICATEDA 1 * «uiir.uiieiHl to wro you. Vedlcittcil Air urn) Bruj? Co., Richmond, Inii, U. S. A. It la the best remedy on earth lor La j>pe. It will give Immediate relief jcart will effect a cure where all other n»m€<3ies fail. ttokl by B. F. Keesllng. STATE NATIONAL BANK LOGAXSPOKT, IXD. CfVPITflL • S2OO.OOO J. F. Johnson, President. S. W. Ullery, Vice President. H. J. Heltbrlnb, Cashier. DIRECTORS. J. F. Johnson. S. W. Ullery. J. T. Elliott. W. M. Elliott. W. H. Snider. Buy and soil Government boiifls. Loan money on personal security and collaterals. Issue special certificates of deposits l»arln«r I per cent. Interest when left one year; 2 per cent, per annum when deposited elx months. Boxes In Safety Deposit Vaults of this bank for the deposit of deeds, Insurance policies, mortgages and other valluablea, Mnted at from 15 to M5 per year. W Our > E never put up any Flour under any other Brand than our own. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1SOC. .7KFFKHSON AND PROTECTION. Thomas' Jefferson was a proteetlimift. 'J'his cannot be'denied. Democratic editors may say that his pro:ectlon woulvl In. 1 a low tiirifi: -r.oday, but the fact remains that lie favored a tariff adequate n> ilio doinand-s of the country at- the time lie lived. The number of eaiors, workers and earners has swollen wonderfully since Jlr. ,Tt;ffi!rson sought lo protect American httorosts. The need of pro I ret ion for Industries was'waled by llie possibilities afforded to establish tliL'.m on American soi.l. At, the •time of .Tefl'er.soii. iliero was no such demand., 1C Ji'tl'ersoii lived today he would be up with the stride of tilings. Hiss woulil-bo apostles, tiiu rock-ribbed Dwnocrais, are for the same kind <n' taril'C. or lower, that Mr. JclTerson advocated in Hie way-back days. They are a's far to the rear in history, in their ideas, as that astute Shade, to which th&y refer on all possible occasions ns one of the original Democrats, 'INDIANA IN, EVIDENCE. The correspondent of the Indiana- polls News at Sr. Louis says: ''-' "It may be remarked right here that Indiana is attracting more attention here at this stage of the game Uiau any other State. One'can hear "Indiana" ou every hand, as he passes through the hotel corridor. A group here Is dis cussing the opposition^ to Mr. Fairbanks, over there Is a'cixwd 'Of Eastern men (llscus.sifig Wje'iufflivy.j)liiuk in the Indiana piationu!,. Each'" 1 * man In the group holds La his hand a small slip of paper on w'hilch is printed tho-T>lat' form, Thousands of these slips have been passed around. Chairman, Gowdy, after he.,got. over here, found the plant k hi, sux>5i flavor that lie had H printed in 'this slip form for guuwal distribution. "Indiana's favorite son, General Harrison. Is also .innch mentioned, not as a possibility before Ihis convention, but as a man who m:ul'.' a good President :i.ud who made a mistake in declining to be a candidate this time." Magnolia Patent Flour Is Guaranteed to be Tweuty per eent better than any other JFlour made in the State.' Peru MfflTng Co. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers & Embalmers. CIO BROADWAY. Though the library plan talked of by many as a substitute for the idea of an Indiana centennial, is a most excellent one, there is an iuimeuse army of Hoos- ie.rs who would gain little from a distribution of literature who would be grcafly benefited bj road improvements. It has been suggested that the library plan wou.Ul.be of local interest and that townships and counties should haudlo the project 1 at home. This is also true of the good roads idea. Tlic building up of libraries in sections where tlic resident in quest of State literary goins would have to go oh stilts or walk fences to and from the distributing polut during, much of the year, would bi a mockery to the isolated tax payer. . FROM ROY AT, CENTER. The following tax figures are fnr- 'iilshod by the Royal Center i.o\vn trustees: . The rate is 50 cents on rhe ?100 valuation. Other features of (he levy are: Dog fax. mule Jfl; female, If-. Poll lax. i" cent?. In addition to the above levy 25 ceuits ou Ilio .?100 vnlua tioji was agreed upon for lire protection purposes. TJio total taxable* aC tliu :o.\vn. hiclU'di.rig railroad property, is about $l!10,000. li'ignrhm on this basis a.t. tlio rale above the Items would'be as follows: Tax on .^lO.OOO at op cents, $1.050; tax ou .^lO.OOO at 23 cents, JSiHiJ-tax on 333 polls at 25 ceu.ts. .f2S,25: tax on 20 dogs at rate above, '.?2S; total, '?1,C31.25. Add to this, amount .f.'iOO saloon tax and $50 (estimated) as the amount received from all other resources and the grand total is $1,081..25, as the taxes of the town for 1807. JERSEY ICE CREAM, '•** Bert in the City. Little Candy Kitchen, 314 Pearl Street. ( All of our fine bonbons 25c a po^ind L. G. PATTERSON,' Has opened a Fire and Accident Insurance office at 410 Broadway, up stairs, land solicits a share of tlie 'public patronage. None but First Class Companies Kepru- nonted. | CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER ••• No. 41J Market Street Calls attended to promptly, flay or night > Cwitral Union and Mutual telephones. OHlce, No. *6» Residence, No. 12L There fe -nothing marvelous in the situation. Importations of ehoap labor's products satiate the demand, the Amur- can makers, without Ignorant, bowed workmen, cannot compete. Factories close or wa.jres fall. The drift of the money from the mechanic to the farmer and merchant lessons. There is a lack of money, poverty, a slack In the call for the stock-in-ti'iide of the farmer, a,nd the decline ra prices results. One cause of the apparent lack of. money, is tliG out-going cash, that pay* for the cheap unbixed foreign articles which are at the bottom of tlie sore-hcnrted- ncxss of the manufacturer and his supporters, the worklngmcn. HaJf the woolen machinery ' u tl]0 country is idlo. Farm era arc holding wool for better prices, the figure now bcinp within a small fraction, of^thc lowest ever known for wool.' The Vool growers are keeping their wool In anticipation of the high 1 prices -that always result from the election of .a Republic-am President. No ono will complain when the farmer gains wliat he desires, for th-e unjust "free-raw-materlal,". feature of the Gorman-Wilson deficit law was aimed directly at the wool tadus'.ry Its effect Doing to cripple it' almost fatally. FRAISES FOR CRAWFORDS• VIL-LE-. In one report the following is said of the local committee of Sunday school workers at Crawfordsyllle, -- and -the way the crowd of people.was handled: "Too much can uot be s.licl in praise of the local committee of Oi-awfords- ville, which planned for the convention. Every detail! was carefully looked after and no-tlilug left undone that should have been done .in .the way of providing comfortable and most .hospitable entertainment for Hie thousand and more persons who attended rue convention. The entire Stale has been shaken along Sunday school linos by the State association in the past throe years. MANUFACTURERS' TOUB. South American Cotintries Eager to Bo Included in Itinerary. ' Representative BuHlnesH JMon or the United Htatos to Make an Effort, to Incroavo Our Export Traile—Enterprise la nl^li Fuvor. It was announced a month ngo Uiat the National Associu.tion of Manufacturers had undertaken the organization of a party of representative business 1 men for the purpose of visiting SoutJi America this summer. An extraordinary amount of iutcre.pt in the project has been manifested throughout the country. In South America the projected visit has aroused the interest of those countries not concerned in the tour to such r.n extent that efforts have been made to secure changes in the itinerary or an extension of the trip so ns-to include several countries not embraced in the present pb.ns. There has been sorae talk of crossing' the Andes to Chili fronr the province of Mendoxa, in Argentina, and now the Peruvian government is anxious to have the party include Peru in its tour. President Theodore C. Search, of the National Association of Manufacturers, said: "While it will be impossible for our pn.rty to extend it« tour and accept this invitation of the Peruvian government, still this expression of earnest welcome is very interesting 1 as signifying the interest wi'..h which this trip is viewed in South America, and the importunes which is attached to it there. The interest with which this trip is regarded 1;y business men in every section of the United States is really remarkable, and it shows how eager bur people are. to enlarge their foreign trade. There is every prospect that the body will be e. body thoroughly representative of the most important manufacturing interests in the United States." Highest of all in. Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov j t Report. Baking ^K. .. C^ Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW LIGHT ON JAMESON RAID. LOGANSPOET IS LUCKS', i: : A report was spread abroad yesterday that a disastrous wind storm bad visited this city and tie suburbs. The Cincinnati and Indianapolis papers telegraphed their correspondents horc for particulars. The story was false/as.no cyclone was noted in this city or neighborhood. THE GERMAN SIXGEHS. The following German societies from Chicago passed thirmiijh the city yesterday on their way homo from the National Saengerfest wMch was held at PJttsburg, I'a: Li/eder!:iifcl Vorwnerts, Teuitouiii Maenea-ohor, Orpheus Maou- erohor, F.rohslims Mfleuerch'or, Schiller Liedertafel, Concordki JIaenerchor, Schwoizcr Maenerchor, ScuKfolder Lie- tlorkrainz and F-reier Saengerbuiid. 1 DR. S. H. WARD. HOnCEOPATHIST Office 309 Fourth Street. Oer T»f lors Jewelry store- Besldenee 913 North Street. The "Twin Comet" and "Little Giant" Lawn Sprinklers. BEST HADE Unique, Efficient, Labor Saving. Will •prlnkle four times greater area than any •tters. Hlgheot award at the Chicago Exposition. E. STEBBINS MFG. CC, •01* Manufacurers, Springfield, Mass. F«r Solo by all Hardware nofl Rubber •torou In the United States. WANTED. Major McKimlcy has not taken up tlie cause of any man for the position of runinftug mate. Sevci'ail clubs in Indiana have espoused General JIcAlpIn, of New York, and his candidacy is being supported iin several sections under tlie bainitier of "Tlie Two Mac's, Protection imd Sound Money." 'It ds claimed that Indiana fls for McAlpbn. His nomination wouW harirtoiilze thtogs in New Yoi-k, and his Mauds assert lie would give strength to the ticket. NOTICE. To members of Eel River'lodge,-No. •117,1. O. 0. F.: There will be a special meeting Saturday evening, June l.'i,;'!Xi, at S o'clock, liu. our lodge rooms,- to' niake arrangements I'cr the'funeral ol'!onr la.te Brother Clevjonger. :' H, A. BROWN, N. {G. J. D. ALLISON, Soe'y. ' • ! Object to Sccuru 1'ujiers Provlnc Alliance llctwcen TriuiHvual and Gcriuuny. An article written by Seymour Fort. who was private secreUiry to Lord Loch while the latter was British high commissioner in South Africa, throws a fuller and clearer light upon the motives of Jameson's raid into the Transvaal than anything that has been yet divulged. Writing' with the assent of Lord Loch,.Mr. Fort asserts that Jameson designed to rush upon. Pretoria, the capital of the Transvaal, and seize documents there proving- the existence of on offensive and defensive alliance between the Transvaal end Germany. Had the plan succeeded, Pretoria, in the •course of a single night, w<>uM have passed from the possession, of the Boer government into the hands of the Johannesburg reform committee. Cecil lihodes is said, during his recent visit to England, to have given Mr. Charober- luiii, the colonial secretary, proofs of the existence of an entente between Ger- irnny and.the Transvaal. Mr. Fort does not adduce a single document to prove his statements, which, it is scarcely necessary to say, ore accepted ns the truth by the defenders of Rhodes and the British South Africa company. The conservative papers hint tit sensational de-' velopmcnts when the trial of Jameson find his fellow-raiders shall be resumed, including 1 the production of the documents, showing that there was an understanding 1 between Germany and the Transvaal, CONSTANTLY IN A TREMOR. A N«w York Street Ilu8 a Chronic Case ol the Slilvc™. A section of Twcnty-sixtb street, New York, daily enjoys sensations similar to those caused by a constant succession ; of earthquaake shocks. Everything: in the vicinity trembles as if suffering from a mild attack of the ague. It is > really, says the Xew York Journal, perpetual motion. Thcirc is a clubhouse in this section, right in the center of the trembling 1 district. A recent visitor, one who had not been there before, noticed that objects on t.hc mantel or elsewhere always moved slig-hfly, and that he himself felt a strange v:- bratiOTi. The friend with whom he was dining laughed at his uneasiness. "It's always that way here," he said. "It's only a lit.tie shalce, perhaps t'hc hundredth part of an iEch, but it's perpet^ ual. Some day I fear the building wiil shake to pieces all at once, Just like the 'wonderful one-horse shaj-.' Th cause? Oh, it's that electric lightplau opposite. Engines and dynamos run ning all the time. • Enough sto.irapowc is exerted to blow the block' to Jericho cnoug-h electricity generated to light square mile brilliantiy every iiigbt. A! the houses around here shalie. I re member when this block \v,is a mos exclusive ' residential neighborhood Now tit least half of it—the half thn shades most—is given over to smal shops and cheap theatrical boarding houses. There's one pleasanter aspect however, to this vibration." 1 Then the clubman performed a pleas ing experiment. He requested the ca terer to bring him a glass of milk, som rum, ice and sugar. These he blended after which he placed the glass-upon the window sill. "In three minute*,' said ths clubman, "it will be a.perfec milk shake," It was no exaggeration. The vibration, though annoying 1 , at least supplied one want. L «1NT9 WANTED: New book; Illustrated and A Dramatic tllaiorr ot the M Louis Cjclone ful KTitpnlo account of I 1 ott'hand Devastation. 'V !<*>2Tx! Toms Ire*. Barclay & Co., Clnelu- .mtU Ohio. .¥ EN to take orders In r very town and city; DO aellverlnB;Koodwoges;»aj weeklyyio capi- Btead/wvrk. 'GLEN BROS., Kocneater, N. T. It is said that In case Mr. Morton wore chosen, Hon.- Chauncey M. Dir- pcw would go as ainbassacloi 1 to the court of St. .T:imes. WJth Ch.iunoey awnj-. the big banquets would be a hollow mocketry. It is a relief to think that Mr. Mortem will not send nnibrissa- rtors next season. DR. JORDAN HONORED.; Prof. D. S, Jordan, who weu.t 1'foi'n Indiana to take tlie presidency of St/i'n.-' ford Univansi'Jr, Caliiomia, -has jbeun appoimteil to preside'over the Alaska Seal comiuisston. Prof. ."Jordan . was formerly' president of 'Indiana university. • ' ' , Choice of 100 dozen ladies' and: children's handkerchiefs, pla.iu hemstitched and fancy borders; choice 0 cents today. —The 'Bee Hive. . AN OLD DOCUMENT. Declaration of Independence of TOXM Found-In ArclilTCH at TVaRlilnjfton* The curious fact has beeiibroug-htout j that the state deportment is in posses- ' sion of the original of the declaration of independence adopted by the congress o£ Texas when that state was part of J-I'cxico. Hon. Seth W. Shepard, associate justice of, the court of appeals of the District of Columbia, recently wrote to tlie state department on the subject, saying 1 the orig-inaJ paper was held by Tlio federal government and desiring to know whether it did not properly belong to the state. The state department archives were searched and the document found, bound in a. volume of diplomatic correspondence relating 1 to the recognition of Texan independence by the United States. It is undoubtedly the orig-inal, signed by Sam Houston nnd his colleagues. An indorsement on the paper by Secretary Forsythe says the document was left at the deportment by "Mr. Wharton." .-Who Mr, Wharton was the state department is anxious to ascertain. Secretary. X)lney lias written to Judge Shcpard that there Eeemed to be no evidence that the declaration belonged to the United States government and promising 1 to look into' the matter of possession. ELOPERS STOPPED. Bride*! Father Didn't Want the Expense ' of a Town Trip. Riding along a West Virginia road was interested in seeing a young man and young woman on horseback com fng down the road on a gallop. Not far behind them was an old man givinj chase. By cutting through the woods at one place he succeeded in heading them off and caught hold of the bridles just as I drove xip, Baid C. E. Ward leigh to o Washington Star reporter. "Whar yo' all g-oin'7" he demanded. "You can't stop us now but we'll ge 1 married," answered the young roan.de liantly. "I iain't tryin' ter stop 10' nil. E: yo' is boun* ter marry yer kin, but I wanted a talk. Yo' oil's gwine ter town. How long yo' spose yo'll stay? "Two or three days," answered the groom. • "At $2 a day," said the father, "besides' hoss feed an' hoss hire, for I'll make yo' pay for them horses, shore. Then $5 for a preacher. I wanted Lindy ter marry Sam, fcr I owed him $5 an' he wouldn't say nothin' 'bout itof she'd hev 'im. Parson Long owes me an' he'll m«rry yer fer sothiu'; tha.r won't be no board bill an' hoss feed. It would cost $30 ter make the trip.an' give roe $10 so I kin pay Sam an' hev snthin' fcr w'ar au' 1'a.r of the hosses, an' we kin go home an' hev a biggcc time than at •town." The proposition was accepted, the money jaaJd, and the three turned thei'' horses' heads homeward. . . PRINCESS ANQELINE DIES. Tihe Senaite should not be severely censured because a few members blocked tariff legislation. The Senate stood between this country and free trade, when a block in its palh meant the business salvation of the Nation. PIPES and Tobacco Pouches F R E E In exchange for coupons with Mr. Grovo.r Cleveland says he coul'd not stand u, third term. Just like G rover, 'thinking of -himself; and not of the endurance of the people. Woolen mauiifnctiu-ers' want the Mc- Klnloy schedule restored -without a figure altered. The desire Is general. Reciprocity beats Retaliation. "Chewing and Srhoking" The only NICOTINE' NEUTRALIZED TOBACCO. • A Genuine FRENCH BRIAR PIPE and • • Self-closing Rubber TOBACCO POUCH • • PIPEjnBt«uketheSmokerandPOUCHAvoldg •. 0 WBBIOand.UeepaTobacco InTtrfoctCondition 0 Coupons explain 1 how to secure the Above.. One Coupon intaoh 6 cent (4 ounce) Packam, Two Coupons in eaah 10 ant (4 ounce) Pacicaye, jMall Pouch Tobaooo Is sold by all dealers, par.k»geu(nowoniatc) contnlnliig no coupons will be accepted sa coupons, "loi," Empty Bag at one Coupon, "4 a;," Empty Bay at tteo Couponi, ILLUSTRATED Catalogue rf.othtr VaLwMt Articlu vrtthaepltmatton houloget (ftrm, M»lledon renue»L The Blooh Bros. Tobaooo Co.. Wheeling, W. Va, Mo Coupon* exchanged lifter July 1,1897 ' Was Daughter of Indian Chief for TThom *Wiw Named'Seattle.-. In the death of Princess ABgoline the other dtpr of pneumonia, Seattle loses one of the most picturesque-fi/juresof pioneer days. She -was the.daughter of old Chief Seattle, after whom the town was -luuncd, and on nccotm.t of the friendship of her powerful father for the whites during' the famous battle of Seattle, in 1330, Angcline, in her .declining- years'hns been looked after by the old settlers! She was 70 years old. She has suffered greatly for the last few iveeks, but foug-ht Jilcea tig-ei: .when', an effort was made to force her in a hospital, \yhich she called skookum bouse or jajli and where her .ife undoubtedly could have been prolonged. She is almost the last of the Duwamish tribe. Marseilles l> Growing. Marseilles is running- Lyons close for the place of second city of France. Tho new census shows thnt Lyons has 467,000 inha-bitants ajicl Jfarscilles not quite 440.000. , ; -^ Pecollnrltics of the Tntfflo. TJie -fliost wonderful vegetable in the \?br!d is the truffle: it has neither roots, B'«>Tn, leavps. (lowers cor. seeds. NO TASTE FOR FLESH. now the Stndy of Animal Life Affected Ono Natunillgt. A man who has made n careful study of the habits of ajiimals and birds, and who firmly believes that birds think and are controlled by brain action in a great measure—about, if not quite as much ns human beings, and not by the "overrated instinct"—told a few nights ago of the odd effect natural history had oil him. "Do you know," said he, "that since 1 learned that birds and mammala think, I have had a sort of spleen against flesh? When I cat a partridge 1 think of the bird's wiles used in its endeavors lo escape tlie hunter'o merciless shot. It is the eaiae with the ducks, turkeys, deer and beeves, mid all other flesh,"but not fish. I have thcciread.or feeling, that I nin eating-a rational being. I think that if vegetarianism ever becomes universal, it will be when we understand the thoughts of birds and Mammals and are Jible to converse with them. AVe a.re just now entering on a wonderful field of research. We have found the door to real natural history knowledge, and we are now groping for the keyhole." An Indlnn Legend. The red men of the west have mtiny curious legends concerning nature's marvels; none more weird than that concerning .Rock lake, Washington. Since time out ot mofnory the Indians of that vicinity have believed the Jal<e to be the abode of a sea monster, which never grows old, and whose chief diet is Indian flesh. According to the leg-end, no Indian ever entered its waters and returned alive, no matter whether the rash act was committed by approaching its margin for a drink, for a swim, or for a canoe ride. So thoroughly is this belief spread among the Indians of the northwest that each and every one would prefer death to touching 1 its waters. LINCOLN'S WIDE SYMPATHY. Treated All People Alike In a Courtcon* ManncD* "Horace Greclc3 r once said: 'I doubt whether man, woman or child, white or '.lack, bound or free, virtuous or vicious, ever accosted or reached forth a hand to Abraham Lincoln and detcctr ed in his countenance or manner any repugnance or shrinking from the proffered contact, any assumption, of supc- riorijy, or betrayal of disdain.' "Frederick Douglas, the orator and patriot, is credited with saying: 'Jlr. Lincoln is the only white man with whom 1 have ever ialj;ecl, or in whose presence 1 have ever been, who did not consciously or unconsciously betray to me that he rcco.qfEixcd ray color.' "George lianerofu the historian, alluding to this characteristic, which was never so conspicuously manifested as during the darker clays of the war, beautifully illustrates it in these memorable words: 'As a. child, in a dark night, on a rugged way, catching hold of the hand of its father for guidance and support, Lincoln clung fast to the hand of the people and moved caJmly through the gloom.' " SMART COYOTE TRICK. Sh«cp Cleverly.Herded to the Urlnk of » Precipice. An incident in illustration of a smart trick said to be frequently played by coyotes in securing- food from among the herds of sheep on western ranches iy related by a rancher of Grant county, Oregon. lie had a herd of about 1,'000 sheep, and recently missed a large number. In. searching for them a herder found three sheep lying on the brink of a. precipice, their throats marked with the teeth of a coyote. He made his way to the bottom, :i canyon, 300 feet below, and there found the bodies of 310 sheop, or rather parts of their bodies, for the coyotes had been feeding on the carcasses for a week or more. From other incidents of like character it was concluded that several coyotes had got among the herd when the sheep were driven off their bedding during a storm,.and had herded them to the brink of the precipice, much as a lot of sheep dogs would drive sheep. When the edg'e was reached the coyotes pressed the herd so hard in tlie rear that the -110 at the front either jumped or were pushed over the precipice. LONELY." Drunken Grate la "PA FELT Queer Freak of ft A Cleveland f nuiily was in court the other day. A daughter was one of the witnesses, and she had this cheerful tale to tell of her fa.ther: "Pa was sitting in his saloon, feeling lonely. He, went to the barn, and putting ^.halter on his horse brought him into, the house, saying- he wanted the animal to eat supper with hiin. Pa made me set. a plate for the horse. Then he took hold of the horse's front logs and lifted- them up on the table. We ail satdown to supper and the horse began to cat. Pa> picked up a mug of beer and began to laugh and throw both hands in the air. The mug hit the liorst- on the nose. The beast pulled his feet down, dragging tlic tablecloth and upsetting the table. The horse backed up and sat squarely on a rcdhot stove. This 'burned its tail so the animal lucked the stove over ind ran out of the door. I screamed and pa threw a lamp atme. The house.' came near catching fire, aod a policeman came in. Pa has been arr<?sted 103 times." Not the Replies Intended. The following extracts arc from examination papers recently .handed in nt a public school in Connecticut: 1. Trom what animals do we get milk? •~rom the camel and the milkman. 2. The hen is covered with feathers. With vhat is the cat covered? The cat is' Mvered with fleas. 3. Name an animal hat has four legs and a long tail. A.' mosquito. 4. Name two kinds of nuts. Peanuts and forget^me-nuts. Crnel Examiner*. . A reporter for the Cincinnati Tribune Jately overheard n dialogue be- 1 ween two suburban gentlemen. "How did your daughter pass her ex-, mination for a position as teacher?" sked the first man. "Pass!" was the answer. "She didn't •ass at all. Jfaybc you won't believe it,; iut they asked that poor girl abouti Wngs that, happened before she wa»' jorn." In England tlrere is only one places of vorshlp t/o every 4,000 persons. COVERED WITH T, ' ! ' " When.I wan thirteen yearn old I began t sore t-yci* and on™, and from my cars a humor upri'iid. I tloctorca with live different «kijfal doctor?, "but they did mo no good. My dinca^e WM Eczema, By this lirao it had ROOO nil over my head, face, and body. Nobody thought I . would live, and would not have bnt forCcricultA REMEDIES. I'uted'foor boree of CUTICUBA, flvc cakes of Cm emu SOAP, and three bottle* of COTICUKA RESOLVENT. My hair all camo out !nl that time, bat no'w It IB"BO thick I can hardly comb It. I am nlxteen years old, weigh 230 pound*, and »m perfectly well/- MlM IREAN GRAJNDKL, Clayton, 17. Y. fr'EEDT CHE* TKVATMHT. — Wtim btthvwlthCD- ricDKA BOAT, p*ntle fcppllcttion* of OUTICO»A (ointment), and mild doiot of COTJCCKA R»OLTKNT,gr«tttit of humor cures. 'Sold throughout the world. Priw, Cnrieo»*. 5fic.i SOAP, 2.^.; HESOLVKKT, 30c. »nd |I. fOTTfER DKCa AN-TI CIIEM. CORP., Sole Prom.. Honon. or* llaw to Cure Ercrj Skin Uurrtbr,**milled frtt.

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