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THE ENTERPKiSE, WEDN ESP AY, NOVEMBER 20,
: CAUSES OF THE CYCLONE
Considered by the WelllnRton Delega
' tioa Before Sailinjr tip Salt River.
This appear to be an sdmlsslon," mut
tered a prohibition Republican, "that the
great temperance party can't carry Ohio
without the aid ot the whiskey vote."
"Probably another cause wa the throw
ing of the Bhermen men out ol the sec
t! tnrv window." remarked Edward F.
HU conscience had been opposed to auch
'Another cause was putting on airs, and
assuming- a patronizing manner toward
Uncle John, Butterworth, Grosvenor and
Beatty," 'observed MaJ. W. Ha would
therefore meve that the rales be suspended
and the causes be put to a vote.
G. A. aupported the motion. "Causea or
no causes, we are licked ; and the Repub
lican who won't trade causes for tateri Is a
'I have looked into the causes In the
most careful manner," explained the Pres.
ident. "and I find them sustained by the
facts In the case." A vote was then takes
and thev were adopted and the Secretary
ordered to notily the Democrats of the
"ftelore boIm up Salt river," said Grove,
'I move that a tambourine be added to the
OIps Club." Rejected by a vote of t to 1
Gene moved that the delegation take
poker chips in payment of dues. Rejected
R. A. moved that the delegation procure
an oil painting of Foraker guarding the
rebel flam. Adopted, unanimously.
The hour.for closing having arrived the
President said: "It is hard to be an old
ReDublican and get wlilpped. Perhaps
the best way is to die off in good season
We will now eo up Salt river."
The day bufore the cyclone a jolly lot
nf Upnubllcsns were at the American
House. Thev were lull of hope and con
fident ol victory; but, In the event of de
feat, "mine host" sold to the aid .de-camp,
"Colonel, there is Doc-, he is about your
aize, and Lis buy window Is about the di
mensions of yours. 11 roauer ts Deaien
Doc will probably be made an ald-de-camp
and will want a military suit, cocnea oai
and tin sword. Your military suit and
accoutrements will be useless to you, and
Doc will buy them. Keep your eye peeled
Colonel. If Doc shouldn't get there, then
the lightning may strike Follansbee or
Hod. Barnes. A little angel tells Uod. that
Campbell Is going to the front By taking
In the suit a little it will fit Uod; so you
see, Colonel, there will be a good chance
to sell the suit"
The day after the cyclone the Colonel
was disconsolate, and refused to be com
forted. Not even the bubbling geniality
of Vish. as be sang "We are gone to h 1
hallelujah" could make him smile, and he
concluded to sell the gaudy uniform and
glittering tin sword before going up Salt
liver. Accordingly the following notice
of sale was posted :
As the undersigned is about to be placed
on the reliied list, be will sell one sky
blue, y.iUer striped, Colonel's uniform.
Th uniform is not afraid ol anything ex
cept a camel. I will throw In a cocked
hat and two epaulettes with eagles on
them. I will also sell a gory, glittering,
tin sword. The sword has seen servicc'in
elping lo keep old Grover Irom surren
dering the rebel flags. Like tbe uniform,
it is afraid of a camel. The buyer will be
entitled to the rank of Kernel.
Aid De Camp.
The following proposals were received)
My Dear Colouel I saw your advertise
ment oifering an uld-de-camp's uniform
for sale. Tbe lightning may hit me, and
were it not that the nnlform is atraid of a
camol I would pay well for It Believing
that I can accustom It to camels, I will
make you a standing offer of $1.15. I
don't want the sword.
Dear Colonel I saw your notice that
you would sell one all-wool sky-blue Colo
nel's uniform. Not desiring to have the
naiform go out of Wellington, and expect
ing an aid-de-camp's commission, I will
make a standing offer of $125. I am
afraid of the gory Damascus blade. Ac
cept sympathy. Yank.
Dear Colonel A few days before elec.
tlon two little angels came to me and said,
"Campbell is going to the front." I at
once applied for an aid-de-camp's commis
sion, and believe I shall "git thar Ell ." I
shall want a uniform, and by wearing a
padded corset yours will fit me. I will
therefore give $1.60 for it I don't want
the sword. I have a good corn cuttei,
nd with that I believe that I can protect
the rebel flags while Campbell is Gover
nor. Accept condolence. Hod.
The unllorm was sold to nod. For the
rword the following offer was received and
Dear Colonol I wish to buy your sword.
The roads are very muddy and my horses
get badly spattered, and the sword will be
just tbe thing to scrspe off tbe mud. I
have been using a corn cutU r, bnt I need
it to cut corn stalks. I will pay 20 cents
for it Accept regrets. ' ' ' Nick.
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