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Niagara County News. (Youngstown, Niagara County, N.Y.) 1881-1886, November 25, 1881, Image 1

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f a y s . VO L 1. Y O U N G S T O W N , N I A G A R A CO.. N . Y „ N O V E M B E R 2.'..| 1SS1. NO. T R A V E L E R ’S G U I D E . LEWISTON. NTW YORK CENTRAL Ti ME TABLE. THA INS AHItlVK. 10:23 A. M. 3.23 I\M . THA INK LEAVE. 11:00 A, M. (i.00 P.M. UOMK, W ATKRTOW N, * OGDKNSBUUG lt Al LUO Al). RUNNING WEST. T ltA IN H L E A V E C:33 1*. M. RUN2JING EAST. TR A INH LEAVE. «:00 A. M. 11:00 *• I Am Weary. I am weary, Oh, my Father! 1 um weary nf the? strife, - Of the vain and useles; toiling For tho fllectin- thin\* of life; And I know a quiet i ravo-ysnl. Whore I fa'ii would go o sleep, Whore the flowers wou d bloom above me. Aud tho willows o'er mo weep. I am weary, Ob, my father! 1 um weary; take mo home! For I long for that blest haven. Where no shipwrecks ever come;— Where we never more shall languish. With earth's toils uud « oes opprest; “ Where the wicked cease from troubling And the weary ui e ut rest. ” HANSOM VI I.Lli. IIOMK, IV AT Kit TOWN & OGDENSBURG H AU, ROAD. RUNNING WEST llvmriipiil. TltAINH LEAVE. 0:18 «:J4 A. M. 1*. M. RUNNING EAST TRAINS LEAVE. 0:32 A. M. 11:42 “ Last week, Wednesday eveniug, Mr. Bvron K. Tower, of Wilson, and Miss N e ttie Bobinson, of tills towu, were More Favorably Located. Old Moses met Snin J o h n s i n g on A u s - I tin avenue a few day* ago, and said to j him: . “ I hear, Sam. voa are gwine ter lead ter de a lt e r one of Austin's fairest d a u g h ­ ters. Ain dat de tae?\ “ Uncle Moses, hit nm de fac dat I has been payiu’ my distresses ter de lubbly and accomplished Miss Flapjack, but de j tender relation w h a t bas desisted be- I tween us am severed forebber, gall.” “ Did she kick yer Sammy, or did she j o n ly set de dog on yer?\ “ No sab. Sbe lubs me yet. a n d she wanted me to call on lier twict a day, sah, b u t she libs n e x t doali to de culled j T h e S p o o p e n t h k o s . MB. S. AS A W ITNESS IN COURT. cry fifteen minutes, like a ferryboat; and if 1 canVcatoli one case, I'll witness tn another. Cot it now? Only they don't run as often fro m m i d n ight to six. “ You must get arouud pretty early . , in tlie morning, lay dear,” said Mr. i t g m t o s n mo Spoopend.kc. “ because I'm going to I \ I think I de,” said Mrs. bpoopcn be a w itness in court.” “ Good gracious!” ejaculated Mrs. Spoopendyke, “ w b a t liave you been doing.\ “ W h a t d ’ye suppose I 'v e been doing?” I've heard some tilings in a law case, and I've got to swear to them. You can't liave a law case w ithout witnesses, dyke rum inating. “ I was thinking th a t if o n e s t a r t e d about three o'clock. I'd go and witness with you.” “ Oli, you'd make a witness!” pro­ claimed Mr. Spoopendyke. “ W it h your capacity f o r observation, and ab'lity to recollect, you'd only w a n t to appear twice to absorb t h e whole witness busi- ladv who lias a wash bill again me, \ \ r m . S. McCOLLUM. Y V Surgical and Mechanical Dentist. Oilice— T e d d e r’s Block. E n trance on Niag- ara avenue, guspenaion Bridge, N. v. Ni­ tron* Oxide Ga« given for pain loss extrauiiou of tooth. All o p erations w a rranted. On p ly. i n c o m —IS A— Presenting in r» ncnt and com p act form J jess mind to transfer iny defections ter some udder lady w h a t am like YY’aco, united in marriage a t t b e home of the L , , ^ lnorfc favorably located, j bride's mothur, on tlie creek road. The | young c o u p le have many friends iu this | I locality wlio will wish tlieir future a and I've g o t to be one to-morrow; so y o u j »ess.” . “ d w ith tliis reflection Mr. bustle out iu t b e morning a u d g e t my S p o o p e n d y k e went back to bis sli.mbers. breakfast.” — — “ Tiicy can't do anything to you can “ SVY.” so I | t b e y ? ” inquired Mrs. Spoopendyke. — ain't there in time t h e y can send “ Say.” lie began, as lie posed iu front me to jail,” responded Mr. Spoopendyke | o f tbe desk, ominously, “ and yo Innt better get me ready in time, if you don’t w a n t to lose FOR THE LADIES. H i t Picture. Ye*. I*m troins to burn it. Her picture, Whioh held in n dainty cilt frame Has been on iny m a n tle k fixture. Goes u n d e r it, into the dame. And one laat farewell look I am taking. If ever I loved her, ’tis o’er. And yet, at mv heart is an aching, To think I shall seo this no more. In pretty picture, how well I behold her. Her bright eyea and pretty, sweet face. Her white bust and one dimpled shoulder, Half lost in a soft cloud of lace: The o ther plum p shoulder just glancing Through rich chestnut iresaos is secu, Bv Jove, ’tis a \ ision e n trancing ! No wonder they call her “ the queen.” And all the young fellows adore her- And some, not so young, ton, m aybe— And he who bas n o t knelt before her, Is thought an eccentric. Ah, me ! It really seems wicked and cruel. To make of this rare gem of art, Thnt once I so p rized, m erely fuel. I turn the c a rd o ’e r, and my heart I h steeled. There i* w ritten : “ Thine over. W ith love, your own Dashie.” That lino, J Seals the doom of the picture. It never ! Must meet anv eve, now, b u t pleasant and prnspurnim one. A Pleasant Lathering. V * i * i 1 m o ,” and -Mr. Spoopendyke Hopped in- sp e c i a l l l H l l l O O - ! to bed and went to sleep. t is offered to nev subscribers this week. mine, se Here goes the picture with sorrow, So one sweet dream of my life. For 1’ani going to be m arried to-morrow. And that;picture, if k e p t, might make strife. — Hoston Host. bei, S. S. class | a s p 0 S S i l > l 0 , W O I l l u l v C which time so-1 _ _ > irely n l y the* order. Tiie host and hostess Seemed to possess a h new who send in their sub- ’ scriptions now for one year will receive the I N I A a A R A C o U X T Y D Hand your subscrip- S l J U S e n i H K A T O X C E . OULY $1.00 } YEA IX A D V A N C E . It ifl every where a welcome visitor, keeping its renders posted concerning all that. transpires around them . i m a r r i a g e It has a large circulation in thin nnd all nd- ; A m o n g those present worn Rev. nnd Joining towns, nnd throughout the County, nnd j Mr.s, *T. R e i d , M r . and M l'S, A. Knier- i* KMiiii.K in |nqiiilarlt,T .- cry day. , K((|1 M|. ttut|’Mr(i. j „ c . Heals, Mr. and ! Mrs. Win. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Badglov, Mr. and Mrs. J . W. Haskell, i Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. W h it taker. Mr. and j a i ' V 1 s t , 1 . 8 8 3 , > Mrs. E d w a r d Calvert, Mr, a u d Mrs. N. ! I>. Ilaskcll, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Davis, C h i n a W e d d i n g . . . , T j paid, until January 1st The residence of Mr. an.l Mrs. d i a r i e s I G O * ) S. Spencer was the scene of a very* C O O O . pleas m t gatliering of friends and ueigb- bors last T h u r s d a y evening, tlie e v e n t , . being the t w e n t i e t h anniversary of the Itions to one of our m o l d o f T o r e f l t n n o w I M,!i* Spoopendyke tinned tbo clock l a 1,1 \ | a h ead two hours, arranged lier hair, and sat down to speculate on the chances of « , r . . . . j w a k i n g up at tlie proper moment. At W i s h i n g ; t o e x t e n d I lirst site concluded to s tay up all night, b u t began t > g e t sleepy, and ivllerting tiiat if she tixed lier mind on tlio hour, she w a n ted to rise up she’d surely wake up, she went t o bed and slept. A t half past four she arose up with a trrri lie st u t. “ W a k e up, my dear!” sbe exclaimed to h e r h u s b a . i l . “ You've got to be a witness in a case this morning. H u r r y up or they'll put you iu jail.” •‘ W u h ! ” rejoined Mr. Spoopendyke. “ You must get rigiit up and go to court,” said Mrs. Spoopendyke firmly. “ Y'ou know som e thing about a law i Y V XV < l t n c t n o ’fk i u ' n - must \ ak(! rl£ h t o11-” | _ P p i L | ••W h a t ’s tho m a t t e r ? ” propounded Lost Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. J . E a t o n entertained, in tbeir truly j <• 1 p leasant resilience, a com p a n y c o n s i s t - 1 O U 1 (.11 ( 111,111(111 <IK u l l ' ing of tlie meinbcrs of tii and otb e r ueighl o s; a t __ ____ _ cial g ood cheer was en ti th e order. | the following offer: — ,D liiU 0 n../i.va nf I I /\ a 1 - ^ the liuppy facility of m a k i n g their g u e sts | All new subscribers ; feel so t h o r o u g h l y comfortable aud so ! p e rfectly at home, tliat • none even | thought of leaving till tbe “ we stna I h o u rs ” were close at hand. N o n e of . th e outside darkness was allowed to y C t l l * W i l l 1’C C G I V G t l l C enter. Such reunions are a good in e v e ry sense.— A G l’EST. Well. I say tb a t you are charged with drunkenness.” replied liis honor. “ Say, I'd like to know wliat lias been going on here? I ’ll b e swan to goshen j _ if J can understand abut it all means.” i “ I will try and give you a little in- , —Bridal roses are again In vogue, formation. Y o u came to tiie city yes- 1 —Button gloves are no longer fash- terday w ith a load of p roduce.\ ! ionablc. •• Y es. 1 k u w tl at. ’ —T h e t u r b a n and t h e Derby will rival “ Yon sold it. out on Woodward uv- each otber in popularity, enue, left y o u r team tied to a post, and j _ 1{el] nml Kreell are njnUn HRed in jrrecii eonibinations in fashionable toilets. —An economical wife is o ne who saves most of wbat be r husband can’t spend. Mr. Spoopendyke, s i t t i n g up and g l a r ­ ing around. “ W h a t day of the month I J'011-’ is tbis? Who called Spoopendyke? I “ Well. I declare! \ man of my ag. ain’t s l e p t a wiuk.” Aud Mr. Spoopon- ; to * e t ,lr,ink u,ul let hlniself b e robbed! dyke fell back on liis pillow. j Th® hoys a n d tlie old w - n a n won t hi ■ iieve it. if, ere’s mv t e a m ? ” nml | went to a saloon near t h e m a r k e t with I some friend to t r y some bock beer.” “ Y'es. t h a t 's the way it was.\ “ I don't know how much beer you \ drank, but you were asleep in tbo alley, \ —T h e “ Margnrt Fuller Society\ is a back of t h e salo< n, at ten o'clock tliat ; women’s club, lately organized in Chi- evening.’’ ! CHgO. “ Is t h a t possible?” —“ W h y men drink is w b a t staggers “ A n d your pockets were e m p l a . ” ! us,” says a woman’s j o u r n a l. W b a t men “ G r e a t Scots! Tben I lmve b een r o b - j drink is w h a t staggers them, bed of $2(1.85.” | —Annie Nl tiller eonimited suicide in “ Slioiildn t wonder. W h e n brouglit Detroit because her s w e e theart gave his in liere you were so drunk tlmt y o u r legs trousers to a n o t h e r girl to mend. —Morinonisin bas some redeeming cou d b a t e been lied in a bard not. I ! d o n't think Bavarian beer agrees witli if Mr. and Mrs. .S. IK YOU II YVt: GOODS TO SKI.t. ADVERTISE agents, or send direct to this oilice, and get a receipt dated to Janu- \ Yon kuow you must go to t h e case,\ i continued Mrs. Spoopendyke “ You’ve j been appointed a witness, and you must go and swear about it. Wake up, or ' they wi I ci est von.” “ W b a t ease?” demand endyke savagelv. “ W h o ’s arrested? i 1 went t o sleep in ainud-hole. features. F o r instance, lt doesn’t throw tbe burden of s u p p o r ting a husband on one woman. —Dark blue uecki chiefs, w i t h w h 't j dots, are very -tyllsb. ’l’liej* are worn about tbe throat, tied lu sailor's knot, i witb chintz dresses. Can't let a uiau alone ju t as lie is g e t ­ ting in a dose? W h a t's ihe m a t ter witb “ T a k e n to a hotel b a r n . ” » “ Well. well. Here I am. H i g h w a y commissioner, school trustee, township I —Velvet c o stumes with draped skirts be made with corsages, trimmed with passementerie, and witb half lil­ ting jackets f o r the street. —Fancy jew elry is sti'l tbe rage in librarian and lender of tlie singing, Mr. Spoop- 1 Kot (Bunk. A n d I was robbe .: And and j will gospel tru t h . ” re- Y o n r s is a serious in Tin; N ia g a r a C o u n t y N e w s L IB FUAT. ADVERTISING FAYS. Ami the N kw h read through from top bottom In thousand* e v e n week. JOB PRINTING The N iagara ( <oux-! >ou> Mr. a n d Mrs. J a m e s Marshall. Mr. and j r„ v V” , , . . . , J 4 J K i. 1 \ “ Yo,‘ wuut^ 10 «el UP ,,arl.v :,,’out .Mrs. A. L. Barker, Mr. and Mr|. W. D. ® i l l L l.)L*ol <111(4 | some court. Come, get up now, or Clark. Mr. and Mrs. El win Carter, Mrs. j c h C R n C S t l O C i l l t K l t J C r ^ p o o ^ m l v U-* l M i t e d S. II. Butler, Mrs. M. E. Spencer, Mr. | . 1 , 1 1 j ^ P ^ P o B y k e Ilglited the gas, and be- Chas. O. Spencer, Mr. II. T. Spencer. ! I l l t l l O C o i l I l t V s P r C S C l l t ” g ! l u d f°PPhlg 0,1 ,“-‘r skirt!l- Mrs. Asli, Misses Jen n i e Powell, H a t - • n * J | “ W h o ’s going to c o u r t ? ” asked tie' Clark. Marv Doll .van, Kstclla D i g ’ t l i e 1 1 C W S 111 R l l a t ~ | Spoopcndyfco, s i tt ing up in bed. ” W Mr. “ All of which plied t h e court, ease.” “ Say, squar’, lemme s i t down. “ I ’m as weak lu th • knees as a baby! W b a t are you going to do witb me?\ •• 11cm — u m — y u m. W b a t do you think about i t ? ” •• I —I —(lou't leave it to me, s q u a r'. I Davis, Mrs. M. K ! S mith. A mong the presc 1 c h ina tea set, maj | p a ir r Spencer, Mrs. M. * )T> tractive and concise m ta w e r e an e le g a n t ! f 0 I’m I t I S 1 I h J o D O I K 1- ! ” U ‘* a b o u t “ la \ ,Baid 1 lw. a * It li r ntwl o I H l U t j J L I I U SpOOpOIld V lvG, cllt't! I'f ll 11 V. “ \ o i | k ivia rev, m a jolica p i tc h e r , nnd ft I . , . 1 « f beautiful majolica fn.lt plates, ent, and a i l H S tO D l ' O - | ■re, a \ ........ . ____ |_ „ . . . ..,1 7. . I should live t D E P A R T M E N T . We a r e prepared t o execute w itb ness and dispatch ' i mote the host interests i uupros- tbe evening a b o u n tiful repast was « c r v - 0 f f l w , n ( H ) n l 0 I . T 0 S n ( M ‘- * W“ , T \ * ' t ,* m ' T ! ed. whieli proved t h a t the culinary skill j l I U ° | ) 1 C ' 11 1( S 1 ) C C for‘'lFr\ \ llssio1' ’ admiringly of the hostess was of the best, neat f As t b e m i d n ight watches drew near the com p a n y dispersed, witli many good > hero *ce' so snll|ll an(* mean and :i«linined t b a t I is the court? Think n.y court want* I d willingly trado places witb a mule ” I me a t 5 o'clock iu t b e morning.” Mrs now itncss. T o think tb a t 1 to be t h e u ife of a w ituess!\ His H o n o r read t b e prisoner a lecture on tem p e r a n c e lasting three minutes, Paris. Owls' brads w ith diamond or r u ­ by eyes a re very mueb worn, and also, wliat are moae graceful, tiuy birds swinging in a golden hoop. “ Come now, it is time f o r you to go to bed,” said an Austin lady to her little children, “ ..on must g o t o bed. Don't you know all the little chickens have gone to bed?” “ Yes, but tlio old lien w e n t to bed with t h e m . ” | —Miss Kate Shelly, the Iowa heroine. , . , , . . , lias been presented witb a watch bv t h e devoted two additional minutes to fntli- , 1 , . J 1 railroad conductors of tliat State. On erly advice, and t h e n told him lo go. As t b e prisoner was leaving tlie c o u rt- I the ease is engraved a picture of the j scene where tho youug women, at tin- risk of lier life, s topped t h e train. itive of party or elan. JOS PRINTING, Ol any description, from a I.ady's Visit- j wishes for the continued prosperity of Mr. aud Mrs. C. S. Spencer. D o m e s t i c Dfliciilti<% Say, mister, I want a w a r r a n t r i g h t upon her husband. ^ ^ “ Dod gnst tlie law ease!” howled Mr. The regular sub- I s P °oP0“ d -vk,:’ D ye t h i n k a law case . . . . . . , | goes prow ling around all night like a • s c n p t i o n p r i c e i s 8 1 . ( H i j poiict man? Got an idea t h a t a j u d g e is room some of t h e boys offered to scrape tlie mud off liis back for tlie small sura j of fifteen dollars, b u t his a n x i e t y to get 1 »»•« \ il,c districts of Europe wbere home prevented him from closing a j tlle * r a l>e 13 »')' the trending bargain.— D e tr o it F ree P ress. tlie court house on his “ Two S h illin ’. ’’ T h i s ' e r e feller. ” said Bijnli, as lie T h e same careful attention we heretofore given to tbo neatness and cor- ^ sergcunt< reetness in our J o b D e p a r t m e n t will still • F o r my s e r v a n t girl. Has she got be adhered to, nnd it will be o u r aim to | ri^ ht t0 cl,,ls,‘ tne »«»und the house please our patrons in e v ery particular f o r o n o v o ’i r y (1 e olnK t08lrup «'« . , | ' i n j v , o u ' t n t o | back aud fetch it up here at daylight to | b rouglit out his third, “ is an In j u n f i o i n f o i ’ s i x l l l O l l t l l S j t r y a l a w c a s e ? ” W a l p o l e Island. lie. wa* a s drunk as a ■ “ But you said you w anted to get up bung-liole when they brouglit him in, and lie has refused to t a l k since he got sober. Maybe lie's o n ly playing off.” “ Do you speak E n g l i s h ? ” asked his Honor, ns lie t u r n e d to tlie sorrowful looking redskin. “ Ugh! T w o shilin’, ” prom p tl y re- ■* n n y , i m s i e r , n i u u a n a r m n i n g i a , ,« , , •'\i- } U|> ing ( ar.l to a Large hlzed 1 o ster. quick! ” exclaimed an irate wom a n , as ' C C l l t ' S I O T t i l 1*00 n i O l l t l l S , j e a r l y , ” reasoned Mis. Spoof e .idyke,” ! tl>D dnult ml inf a f Im iia I idd liunririnnrfiica ! 1 • * 1 1 • 1 I :L1)(1 lt 9 I'll l'i V IlOW. at she dashed i n t o tlie police headquarters | J- i n r q v i n l i l u i n * n l I :in(* it's p i e ' t y early now. have | y e s t e r d a y afternoon. , U R S I I 1 I l v <11 1<11 > 1 \ I I I «K . l- •• D'ye suppose I w a n t to g e t up YY h a t do you w a n t o f a w a r r a n t ? ” i V f l l l C C . Post‘ltrG Dl’O\ ! to practice?” j.ropounded Ylr. ' S , r I S p o o p endyke. “ T h i n k a law case is sociable, the first inan gets tlie best supper? i ” rap« you i plied tlie prisoner, were afraid if 1 didn't sta r t early 1 j “ t on were d r u n k last night. All J o b YY'ork at reasonable rates. Special attentio n will be g iven to Color and llluininated Printing. with a clothes polft? *' “ Certainly n o t . ' ’ “ T h a t ' s . w h a t I thought. YY'hieh of us has a right to eat at the first table she or m e ? ” i „ “ YY'hy y o u have, of course. “ So I supposed. I w a n t to know if I j have got to sleep on the hack fence, w ith ! the cats four nights in tlie week while ) she gives parties in the kitc h e n ! ” i “ Assuredly not. YY'hy d o n 't you dis- I c h a r g e lier? ” I c a n ’t get near e n o u g h . Sny, does paid by the publish-ilikeac,,‘\<l1 » • * | t h e r e ge ts the ers. Add i •ess •» - . . / . . . r anti Here }ou xiagara Count 1/ .X uifs , Yvi,atd-ye w o u ldn't get a seat. The measely c o u r t don't meet till ten o'clock, dod gast it! an d he re y wake me up a t four! s pose a witness is, a n y h o w ? ” | ■U g h ! ” • Y'l'ii were drunk. T w o s h illin'. ” “ Say. ” begun tlie court, as process, women « itli small feet are look­ ed upon as rath e r small potatoes, and get small pay. YVlint fortunes girls could make tl cre. —Happiness is sometimes s > g reat that to keep s i lent is impossible. YY'lieii a young laily described lier s tate of miud at tbe m o m e n t when her lover offered hiuiself she said, “ I t seemed as though every nail iu the house was a jewsharp, playing ‘Glory, hallelujah.’” —Moorish women dress vcrv gaily in tlieir homes, but w h e n they appear in tii ■ p u b lic s t r e e ts t h e y are enveloped in white muslin or calico from head to foot, and glide along like ghosts, thick, white veils covering ihejr faces, in private life t h e y are fond of gorgeous coloring. Youngstown. N.Y. CD A Solid Meal. 'File s tomach of a n ostrich which died recently in the Paris Zoological Garden waii found to contain four large stones. he bent j —I t is said tlmt there arc s i x ty papers i shouted Mr. S p o o p endyke, getting mad- over the desk, “ do you speak E n g l i s h ? \ and periodicals in tills country opniD I d er and madder. “ Think he’s a d a r k ; “ U g h ! ” | edited and published by women. But i lantern, and goes around w ith Ids slide | “ Maybe lie speak* D u t c h , \ p u t In | this, of course, g i ' e s but a fractional j turned, and tiie smoko coming out of Bijnli, and us a reward he received such | Idea of the ex t e n t of \ o m e n s counect- ! the t o p ? D'ye know what a c o u r t i s ? ” a look from behind th e desk as made i ion with journalism, uud t h e nuiqber of “ YY'hv, yes,” suld Mrs. Spoopendyke, ids M-md run cold. \ women who are regular contributors to a court is a place w h e r e they hang “ An Indian has no more business to newspapers Is d o u b tless too largo to be j people. Mrs. Melerhof ” \ ; get drunk t h a n a white man.\ mused Ids I easily obtained. j the l a w justify h . r In using my false j 81 Mnallcr ones, 7 n a ils,1 fir tipple,1 pen- j • T lmt's it! You struck it first c lip!\ j Honor, \ b u t I'll have t o l e t him go be- —T w o young ladies lmve d o n e a ll tiie tectli to d r a w carpet tacks and m a k i n g knife, 2 small keys, 1 c igar case. 1 rosary, sputtered Mr. Spooyendj ke. “ YVith c a u s e I can't s end him up in the Shaw- I w o r k o n the Guadalupe, Uni. T e U g r a p h . j me shin around with nothing on b u t a 8 1 Pn,r of scissors. 1 beltplate, 7 j t h a t information all you w a n t is a plug 1 nee dialect. Say!\ i They have been writing the editorials YY'hcn you a r e in w.ait o f anythin hairpin and sore t h r o a t, w h ile she wears j <l ° o r handles, and several piec< s of a put and an adjournm e n t to be a lawyer. u our lino, give us a call. N ia g a r a . C o u n t y N k . avs . M A x n 'A c r n i F R a n d d e a l e r in H a r n e s s . S a d d l e s , BRIDLES, COLLARS, WHIPS. BLANK­ ETS, ETC., Also DEALER IN BOOTS & SH O E S , TRUNKS, V ALUES, ETC., my clothes to a wake!,’ 1 d o n ’t believe it does.” “ So I concluded. G i ’ me a w a r r a n t . ” “ Can’t, g e t any w a r r a n t here. You'll have to go before the j u d g e iu the uioru- lng.“ baby trum p e t . I t is not stated what if f had your intelligence and bald bead, j the well-fed bird died of. f j hire out f o r a j u d g e at board wages. 1 tell ye a c o u r t is a placo where they T w o shillin’.” j u ud the local report-, preparing the “ Say, you can go.” general new s und miscellaneous reading “ U g h ! \ : matter, setting t h e type, m a k i n g up the, “ Y ou can go.’’ forms, l i f t ing them from tlie stone to “ T w o shillin'.” thc press, doing the prewiwork ou a No. Bijali laid hold of h im. turned him , W a s h ington hand-pre**, and mailing A I.ady Balloonist. try cases a b o u t lands, and licking pco- M'tdamc Adella made a b d l o u as- pic. and contracts, aud—and—divorce _ _ ceusion from Syracuse on Frid •>'. She cases. Y'es. indeed,” continued Mr. ; a r o u n d to face t h e door, and os hispcred j alI(| jjj^tributlnjg t?*« pttpeM*. This work \ YY' ill. eh! YY'ell, I won’t! I f you think was m great danger at one time by the j Spoopendyke, \ they t r y divorce cuses tbe word “ git ' into liis ear. And lie j I'm going to w a s te any more tim e law- balloon becoming e n tangled in telegraph a b o u t women wnkiug t h e i r husbands up got. Aud once outside lie found two I ing w ith that girl, you're left. To-mor- wires, hut afterw a r d s -got away SMfely , in t h e dead of night.” j s q u a w s and a boy waiting for his ap- ' row morning the oil ran will be left and remained In t h e air about half an i “ YY’hat kind of a law case are you go- pearatice. alongside tlie kitchen stove, and if vou hour, descending j u s t outside the city. ing t o witness?\ Inquired Mrs. Spoop- *• YY hoop! 1 w® shillin . yelled the I find a j o b lot o f legs and b a c k b o n e 1 . j e r d y k e . ex-pitooner. as he g r e e t e d t h e m , and in around your precinct, you cau m a k e u p ; —The P a ll J fa l l Ornette, after recap- “ A daylight caso. Y'ou understand his delight his hreD threw- niud clean to your ideas tliat the girl is out of a jo b jtulating the marvelous economical pro- t h a t ? A t ten o'clock, and not five. Get th e t o p pane* of the alley w i n d o w s . — and I'm busy g e t t i n g the insnsauce. I g r c u 0f this country, savi:—If our old that t h r o u g h your head? T h i n k you D e troit 1 ree / . tts. You hear t h a t t • Iterlng!” 'C o n t i n e n t should bo iu the form of cau rem e mber ten o'clock. It you can’t, ^ . ' -w h y are you like a t r e e ? ” she said; A n d she left t h e sergeant, w o n d e r i n g United States of Europe, w ithout arm y ca n you r e m e m b e r eleven, or nooto ?\ — A burly rum a n a t t icKca a you , ,,j ^iaVl, a ),c»r t j - h e asked w> low. if e ven dynam i t e would have any effect «„d tiavv uud should be raoidly dimin- '• Do they liave cases every h o u r ? \ la d y in Cohoes oue evening io*t * oc _; H e r answ e r made t h e young man red on a girl wi <> got the best ol th a t w o J 5 £ t . w e could P« o « - e Mlly | « » e ri c d Mrs. Spoopendyke. _ »nU ‘ “ cmpted to ^ ’P5' ‘,m’ ' 5 usu ally required ou the same paper u force of t h r e e men. The young ladies arc said, moreover, not to represent th e masculine type of tlieir sex, b u t to bo gentle aud fair to look upou. 'Twa* H a r r y who the silence b r o k e ; ••Miss Kate why arc you like » t r e e ? ” \l e aum— bi c m s e I'm board,\she spoko \Oh no; because y o u 'cr woo’<J,”a*idti<\ Y s r s n s T n r * . N.V. m a n J t r o o k t t / n F n p b . compf-L* v. iih them . Of course t h e v do. T h e v !<•«' <■ cv- wblcb she ha« a very abundant «npp1y.

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