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•“ On a recent occasion King Chris
tian of Denmark while out for a
walk met one of his courtiers who
was renowned for his stinginess. As
it happened, on a previous occasion
the king had “treated” him, and it
had come to the royal ears that, the
courtier had not yet finished grum
bling at having been “bilked.” Full
of desire to repair the past, the king
rushed up to bis subject.
“Now, m^ dear count, I am really
going to stand treqt on this occa
sion,” I19 .said.
Then, lo and behold, as usual, on
searching for money the king found
none! Luckily at that- moment ho
saw through the open door the
crown prince and his equerry rid
ing by. The king rushed out and
called to his son:
“For goodness’ sake, lend me some
cash. I’ve stood treat to Count So-
and-so again, and if he finds himself
done' for the second time he will
raise a rebellion.”
The situation was saved, but the
court has not yet finished its laugh.
Looked the Part.
Senator Bard of California is said
to be rather careless about his dress
and is rarely seen in the frock
coat and shining silk hat generally
supjjosed to constitute the garb of a
senator. His brother, who somewhat
resembles him, is, on the contrary,
very particular about his apparel. A
story is going the rounds to the ef
fect that the brothel’s were travel
ing together through the interior
last summer when they met many
of the senator’s constituents.
At a little station that lay on
their route a rough old miner board
ed the.train ^nd, holding his hand
out to Mr. Bard, said: “How d’ye
do, senator? Glad to see yer in
“I’m not the senator,” explained
Mr. - Bard. “It’s >my brother here
that you are looking for.”
The miner gave one withering
glance at Senator Bard. “Waal,”
he remarked slowly, “ef yer ain’t
the senator yer ought to be, fur yer
look the part an’he don’t.” *
Trampe’ New Scheme.
The hoboes who wander up and
down the highways in Kansas have
invented a plan th° J ’ furnishes them
the best li- e.‘ One of the
promote'- .-.chcme went to a
hotel u ?he western part of
the state* .<»ng since and repre
sented that he was an employee of
a railway company and was working
on the .section near the town. He
made arrangements to board at the
hotel until lie had received his first
He was given a good room and
plenty to eat. Every day his dinner
pail, which the landlord‘had bought
for him, was filled in the morning,
and he went down the track to
work, as it was supposed. He board
ed at the hotel for two weeks and
one morning left and did not re
turn. He took the dinner' pail
along. Investigation proved that he
had never worked on the section
and the only work which ho per
formed which left any visible re
sults was on the credulity of the
for THc little qmes. py • iVaiit Anything
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Japan has been very busy lately
creating peers. No fewer than 275
have been added to the number since
the system ^was inaugurated. In
1884, when peers were first created,
patents were granted to 11 princes,
excluding princes of the blood; 24
marquises, 73 counts, 321 viscounts,
and 74 barons. Now the numbers
stand: Eleven princes, 34 marquises,
89 counts, 363 viscounts and 281
barons. *The total in 1884-was 503;
today it. is 778.
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The Boy Who Had an Exciting Trip j
With a Balloon.
How would you like’to sail sky
ward for 1,500 fdet or more hanging I
with your feet entangled iu a rope :
find your head down ? Such was the ‘
experience of Carlton E. Myers, a <
twelve-year-old West Liberty (la.) 1
boy on July 6 last. Carl was help- I
ing hold a; big balloon down when
suddenly it sprang into the air.
His feet were caught in the ropes,
and to the amazement of every one
he was carried upward in the "wake
of the big airship. The boy bravely
clung to the line and finally caught
one of the dangling parachute ropes.
Twisting himself about this, lie.
Saved His Lite.
“I wish to say that I feel I owe
my life to Kodol ’ Dyspepsia
Cure,” writes H. C. Chrestenson
of Hayfield, Minn. ‘‘For three
years I was troubled with dyspep
sia so that I could- hold nothing
on my stomach. Many, times I
would be unable to retain a mor
sel of food. Finally I was con
fined to my bed. Doctors said I
could s not live. I read one of your
advertisements on Kodol Dyspep
sia‘cure and thought , it fit my
and commenced its - use. I
-.ran to improve from the first
bottle. Now I am cured and rec
ommend it to all.” Digests your
food.’ Cure* all stomach troub
les Holtsclaw’s Drugstore.
CARLTON XL 14YEKB.
gradually worked his way up to tho
balloon. When his strange convey
ance had reached the height of
about 1,500 feet, a current of air
struck it, and it drifted away. There
was a novel and exciting chase for
the balloon on the part of the
crowd, some in wagons, somo on
horseback, others on foot. After a
chase of three miles the balloon
was £een slowly to descend. It final
ly came to earth in a field of grain,
where it gently dropped the young
aeronaut. A triumphal procession
was formed, and the boy was car
ried back home, and there a purse
of a hundred dollars was raised to
show to the boy how much his pluck
was appreciated.—American Boy.
The Siberian Tiger.
While the keepers in the various
zoological gardens exercise great
care in protecting their charges
from chilling winds, there is one
member of the cat tribe who stays
in an exterior cage of the lion house
even on the coldest days. He is the
Siberian tiger in New York’s me
nagerie. Such is the climate of his
native land that he need not fear
anything in the way of cold that
that city can produce. The Siberian
tiger is probably the largest member
of the cat faiqily, and some claim
for him the added distinction of be
ing the most ferocious. In tho win
ter the exile is one of the most at
tractive features of the menagerie.
The colder the weather the more
animated he becomes. lie paces
the cage all day long with eyes
glowing and head erect, longing, no
doubt, to feast on the rosy children
who gather in crowds before his
prison. It is in hot weather that
the other members of the oat fam
ily have the laugh on their hand
some cousin, as the saying is. The
Siberian tiger has no winters of dis
content; lie has summers. It is piti
able to see his suffering when the
sun begins to warm things up. . At
such times the poor boast lies on the
floor of his cage from morning to
night wHh his tongue hanging from
SiV.IA. KitAJUjR CURE OF CROUP
A Little Roy’s Life Saved.
I have a few words to say regard
ing Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
It saved my little boy’s life and I
feel that I cannot praise it enough.
I bought a bottle of it from A. E.
Steere of Goodwin, S. D., and
when I got home with it the poor
baby could hardly breathe. D’gave
the medicine as directed every ten
minutes until he “threw up” amd
then I thought Bure he was going
to choke to death. We had to
pull the phlegm out of his mouth
in great long strings. I am posi
tive that if I had not got that bot
tle of cough medicine, my boy
would not be on earth to-day.—
Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For
sale by all druggists in Perry and
Warren & Lowe, Byron, Ga.
About the worst comment that
has been made upon the Presi
dent’s message is from Senator
Hann, who think* that no im-
Igjjovement could be made*
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