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THEARIZONA ^KICKER.^^^^4 M*lf^^raUtt^^l ImU la
ithr IMrotl Krre IThk.^We e*tract the following from the last^issue of Um- Ariaona Ktaker:
ADovsiLB Hit. -La t week certain folks^who want to ^ce us flow lied were chuck^^ling bivauM we were not invited to the^grand autumn soiree irivc'n hy Mm. Jixlge^Ciildersleeve of Jackass Heights. It waa^a aoeial itniib on us, we'll admit, hut tlie^aforesaid chuckling Itas eeased. It broke^nhort tdT tlay ltefore yestcnlay when the^sheriff arriv^^d from ^ tmitlia and tapped^tbe Judge on tin- alioulder and ankiil him^bow tlie husiiless of cow-stculing got^alonji.
We'veboil tin- hlotrraphy of the fudge^in hand for some month*. He rotthed a^postoltiee in lllinoix, stole l*^1t* in Iowa^and eiulM'saled from it toll-hritlg.' in In^^diana. ^ ^n top of tlmt he titole cowh in^NehruMku. ami when his Wife luude eold^mutton of um we went down to the tele^^graph ottlee und dispatrhed the -lent! to^eome oil. We think we ure itlxnit even.^It in not tin- |m^li^-y of this |ui|M'r, a^ we^have often stilted, to deplete our |topulu-^tion hy ^giving away^ our citiseiis, but^no one miiKt try any monkcy-Mliine* with^iw. We are here to Mtay.
ALWAYNAHKAI^. We take pleasure ill^announcing to the public in UiIm manlier^that we have c-t.il^li-h^ ^l -till allittlter en-^tcrpri.-c in eoimeetioii with The Kicker.^Tne New York H'tuhl ha- its way of kIiow-^iiiar itM enterprise and we have ours. We^haven't got fourteen Wehh presses at^work, nor ean we a Hon I to send an cx|^c-^ditiou to Afriea not yet. We have had j^for some time under one roof a newspa- |^|^cr (illicc, a KDH i ry, ;i feed store, a liar- i^11 ess Mhop, a candy store and a glove fae- ,^tory. We have now added it HMM whop. |^While all these things will Is- run in eon-^^lection with The Kicker, and hy the same^editorial MtitfT, MiilswrilsTH won't he^obliged to take anything hut the pu|M*r.^We leave others to tlo tlie hrugging, hut^we think we ean justly point with pride to^this mammoth aggregation of business,^all edited hy one eetitral head, und all^steadily improving in genuine merit.
TheWkathkk. Our suiiseriliers have^been both surpriseil und pleased at the^way we have hit the weutlier for the lust^two we^-ks. We didn't ex|Hft to do mo^well in the start-oil', um the only instru^^ment we had was uu old WMkM a two-^ftstt rule and a war map of the Ixtttle of^Gettysburg, but we made no mistake.
Ourllrst predietioii was that the follow^^ing week would 1m- eold, clear, cloudy,^warm ami variable, with poMMihly rain.
Webit it even to the variable. She vu-^ried from a frost to such a hot night that^every Immly kieketl the tpiiltH oil'. The rain^didn't last but three days, hut that won^Miillleient to let um out.
Oursecond prediction also hit it put.^We predicted winds, calms, sunshine,^clouds, high pressure over the Arctic^ocean, and low pressure around the mouth^of the Amnion, with u considerable wob-^hie between here and the l'acitlc. She^wobbled. We got just what we ex|s-^ lisl,^anil from this out we mv going ahead like^a scared jack-rabbit hunting for cover.^Watch our smoke.
ALGERNON M STAB S REVENGE.
tit*ingMil KplMMle In the Career or ltsrltael^Kllckcrgv llsllllsgg.
Kronilln l'liicagn Triliune.
Ha!You i-efusi-me, ihiyoii. Miss llam-^taggV
Tin-mall who asked this ^|Uestioli hull^passed the llrst Hush of youth. He was^no longer, properly speaUiug. a young^^ nan. Yet hi- was well preserved. He hail^not reached the age at which it scciiii-d^^-x|m-dient for him to part his hair iiImivc^his ear and plaster a th'li layer thereof^over the top of his head. He had thrown^aside the walking-stick of young man-^hood, but hail not assumed the earn* of^middle age.
Itis well to speak of these facts, for they^are necessary to tin- full understanding of^this painful history.
Moreover,they eoat nothing extra.
Iflo, Mr. Mi-Stab,^ said the young lady,^coldly.
^Thenlisten to me, liachael Klickcrgy^Hailitagg!^ he hissed. ^1 swear you shall^bitterly re |ie lit it!
Williwhistleil the bleak wind. Dismally^MMH the huge elm treethat ras|m-d and^scratched itself against the cruel edges of^the shingles on the cornice. Shrilly^shrieked the weathercock on the barn^roof for a drop of oil and grewMoiuely^groaned Algerholi Kita-Tlioiiipsou McStali^us he stole forth ill the dead of night,^made his way cautiously hy a circuitous^route to the ancestral smokehouse in the^backyard anil went inside.
I'llshow herl^ he muttered between^his teeth.
FromIs neath his eoat he drew a com^^pact bundle of letters, cut the Hiring that^bound them together, struck a match,^made a liotillre of the collection, and^watched them slowly consume to ashes,^while the crazy building shook us if with^indignation anil the wind sighed hoarsely^like one ill sympathy with the wretched^hut wrathful mull.
Hewas burning the letters he hail writ^^ten in happier days to Kitcluif l^llamtugg.^She hull returned them to him scornfully.^a^ a^ma m ^ *
This is mo Nllddeu,^ said the widow^hlushiiigly, and mo unexpected. I 1^thought your visits to our house were for^the purpose of seeing my daughter.
Sheis too young,^ replied the visitor^decidedly. ^I told her mo last evening.^We parted ill a friendly spirit, but I gave^her to understand as delicately as I could^that I should not call to see her any more.^This is sudden, it is true, but 1 trust nolle^the less agreeable on that account. May^I not venture to Iio|m-V
Why,Mir, I ^**
l**Aiul now, my dear,^ he said at the end^of ^ happy half hour, us he gently lifted^her head from his shoulder. ^1 should^like to mii' your or, perhap- I ought to^say our daughter, to tell her of this ha|s^py event.
ShallI call li.-rV
Ifyou please, my deur.
Hiiili.n l,^ said Algernon Fitz-Thoni|s^son M^ Stab, pleasantly, ^you will Im- glad^to know, I dare say, that I am to Im- your^father. Th.it is all we wished to say to^her. was it not, my love'.' You may go,^Kachacl. I'lcasc close the door, my child,^as you go out.
C'lntiinccy lii'|M'M '^- Khl|^ t'lialr*.
Ever hear how C'haiiueey M. Daaaaajr^got tin- ship chair he useil on his hist trip^to Kllgland'.'^ asked u mctiilM-r of the^I New York eolisolid.iteil exchange.
TheH*^^r/^i had not heard and the^broker proceeded to utifoiil.
Theday iM-forc his departure Mr. Ih^^|m-w anil u friend were walking on Fourth^avenue. In a conspicuous place on the^sidewalk in front of a small furniture^store were two ship chairs, each Ix'uritlg^a placard iliHerihcd, ^Sold to ^ luillliccy^M. I^o|m-w.
Mr.l^e|m-w caught sight of tbe a-hairs,^ami, si ratehing his chin a moment, said:
Hy Jove, I had almost forgotten iiImmi!^these pesky chairs. t,ot to take them^right along now or I'll not get 'em aboard^the ship.^ ami swinging the two light^chairs over his shoulder hi- walked rapidly^^ up the street.
Tbefurniture man. a stout German,^came rushing out of his ahop and fol^^lowed aa fast as he could run, calling after^Mr. Depew to drop tbe elialrs and yelling^for a policeman.
What'sall this row about 7^ said an^officer who arrived on tbe scene as tbe^furniture man came up puffing and blow^^ing.
Dosefellers carry off mine -bairn!^ he^exclaimed, as soon as Im- could get com^^mand of bis breath. ^I rant dliem Itstken^right away to tier court Itotiae.
You see the inscription on these^rllairs,^ said Mr. Renew quietly to the offi^^cer, as Im- pointed out the curd. ^Sold to |^^'huuncey M. 1^c|m'W,^ and Im- link a can I j^from his piM-kct and lianded it to tlie 1^officer. **l sail for Eun^|s- to-morrow ami^these are ship-eliairs I expect to list* on '^the trip.
Tlieshopman begun to make some ex- I^pla nation.
Justhold on. now. fatty,^ inicrrupb*tl^the officer, who could tint see when* any^satisfactory expla'iat'oil i-oiiM Im- msile.^^You've sold these chairs to Mr. Ik-pew i^ami priuii d his name on them. 1^ thereV |^any dispute alM^ut the bdI lies isn't the i^plu^ e to Me,lie it. Don't lose any time '^getiiu' Istek to your shop, or I'll run ycr in^for di airbiii' iIm- |s a^ e. See^
Thal'm a -rick iheMe fellows hitve,^ I^said Mr. Dc|m*\v to |om cimipaniou. us he^neginianil with a boy toilehver die i-h iirs |^on hourd his steamer. ^Tlicse cha^-s tlo^not Is lo-ig to me any more than they Im- J^long to the shah, hut they will co.ue I^handy, all the same. The furniture until,^or some of his clerks, heard I was going 1^to Kur^|m^. and putting my niiiiiu on the ,^chitirs and displaying them on the side-^walk was simply uu advertising trick.^The proper place to advertise is ill the^in-wspapers. I am not a ne\vspa|m-r man.^hut I'm op|MiM'^l to sidewalk ailverl se- \^^lieiitM.
Aniltltat,^ coneliid.il the broker, ^im .^how Mr. Dc|m-w got his slop chair.
WonWith a Kawltltts.
C'fHiragcagainst absunlly uneipial imIiIs^inspires a ccrtu:n res|m^et. in spite of the^amusement ;t sometimes creutes. Tlie ]^story of ^Pa'iic'n Victory' at tianliner's i^Bay.^ told hy the Sag Harlsjr KawUBBVtNH 1^make the rentier smile, while he feels it^patriotic pride in the hero's pluck, I'nlike^the goat that delicti the l^m-oumt!ve, Mr. j^l'uine had an honest grievance and a ;^plain ease, and the British commander^was it gentleman. j
Inixi'J Montuiik was a commons for^the towns of Fusthamptoli and Soiithani|^-^toii. The |m'oplc of those towns pastured^l.iiM) or l.UtM) head of cattle on Montuiik^during tlie summer. The cattle were in^charge of three kee|m-rs, who lived alsmt i^three miles apart, one of whom, named I^I'aiiic. eouipieretl the Fnglish with a I^cams', it rawhide, und u crew of one In^^dian. It hur^|M'iifd thus:
TheKiiglish hail come ashore in their^Isiats and killed one of the cattle ill .^his charge' They wuntetl fresh ls-ef and ,^took it. Mr. Paine did not propose ,^that his herds shoiil.lls- thus ravaged wilh^impunity. He armed himself with a raw- '^hide. Next he found all Indian, impressed i^tlie Indian with h^m raw hide, anil forced^him to paddle oil' to the admiral's ship.^Mr. Faiue was haded from the ship ami^asked what he wanted. Hesaiil he wanted^to eome oil iMHtrtl. He was allowed to^tlo MO.
Hewan then askiil what be wanted,^lie wanted to see the atlmirel. What did^he waul to Hci' the admiral for^.' To Im-^na id for one of I lie entile in his ea.-e which^had Imm'U -lain by the admiral's |M-ople.^What was hi' going to do uImmiI it 'ii ease^in' wits not paid .' i hey iu(|i|ircd. Well, he^was going to take it out of the Kuglish^fleei. What was he g e^g Vo lake it out^with'.' With his rav.-hidi-!
'^'headmiral was i.ifn -null that a Yali-^kee was on iMMtnl threaten:ng e^ des.roy^tlie fleet with an armat.ieoi of one i uihh-.^one I mliaii ami a rav. iede. The admiral^was not alarmed, but he v. as amused anil^interested. He came on deck in his ciM-kitl^hat and epaulettes ami all the glitter anil^glory' of the tilled Uriesh tar of eighty-tsld^years ago.
Theadmiral anil Mr. Paine confronted^each other. Mr. Paine did not back down.^He reiM'ittcd ins demand und his threat.
Well,^said the admiral. ^yiMi arc the^hruvest Yankee I've wen yel.
Heordered him to Im* paid. Mr. Paine^ret MM the value of the slum Is-ast in^haiil. shining, yellow British gold. Then^with his force he rowed ashore, having^gained u brave but bhsslless victory.
To^;^^^ It hi or a ttrau.
Hereis a new way for a girl to get rid of I^a laic Is-au.who is impt*rvitMis to ull hints.^She gives h^ui a paper and u pencil ami^with one or her sweetest smiles says:^^Now make a row of eleven ciphers, now^uiitkc a perpendicular nun k downward on^the right ^f the tirst cipher: upwards on^the right of the fourth ; downwards aa the^right of the fifth; upwards on the right of^the seventh ami eighth; downwards on^the right of the tenth.^ Ask him what^In- has written. The elfift is elect-ical.
AmHi^r**t*s Kvery Day.^fatgar-tlranulatea. per i as. ~C^ an.nn ltarttt^brown. 9*.mi. milvrrlzed H * A. New York,^flUW; kstf. si.'i.ltt. aiaple ^) - Jar.^Cogrw Market ^trana: green Rio, Kill ;
-^^Ma Rkm, iNavnr; Java Mamlahling. aar:^Merits. :i7^**0i : masted Kin snu Coata Kiea. J0(^^aar; ruastrtl t'arltaki, W; roaated Morlia and^Java, awU.Vir: Arhii. Wlr'*. anr.
I'esaJapan, iwr^^^^^: Kuglish hreakfaat. gir^^^bin; lluniaiwiler, Vs-^o4l.uu; extra Yuung Hy^sini, .T.Vcf#i.m.
Ptrklea Kaatern 3 gal..S gal.. *a..TS; Ml
INil itt^s-^ ^l.7.^^ |s-r est.^t'alihagr IVri'Wt. S3.^Kggn, net caw. asm.^Huttrr, per *^. :v*i **r.^t'hreiM', per jnauiM'.
Kniila lNictl Mptsea, per iwekages. ~'^^t
l.ini. ilittn sliced. !**-*^ Imixcs, |4c |s-r ^^; pearlies.^Suit lake, Idr: a|iri^s^ls. --ir. rvapiM-alr^i ilitto,^^JTs-. liliM-klM-rrics. Mr; rasplM-rrica, 3Ac.
Californiafruits, wliatfuYrin |m-r raae.^:t-V^ MtaiMlaril tmnnloeit, s,t.ii,^2-^v standard corn, axial.^-^ It' staml.'uil |^-as. ^:t.^^^. Msinida, f-'.T.v^J a- mring ami I.una Im-:iiik. ^^^ tv^Hriisl IIcmiik Nitty, au.uu |mt IU^ f^; Lima,^^7.i^i. Ilaviw, *^;..^.-..^Win al. No. t. |mt im *^. r.'.oo.^I'nrn, rrai'ketl. |s-r liai n-. ^i.:.v^Hi an. |m*r I DO si..Ml. bran ami ahnrtit per liai^^. ^l.^i.
KkHirPer ion H^.l'ilNlnir^'^ best.a4.at1. llgilcn.^*:i..mi: stragin- ^Daisy,^ *:^.ia^.^t urn meal. |mt liai It.. ^^.- m^.^1 ^ai meal. |m*r liai t^, S4.aH.^I-to I IlKi.l.N-.
r'n-sh Meals Pork I.V-; ls-ef a^30r. Innih.
11 ^ a 11 ei s, T.'n*'I .^^^: mi it t on Toi l's-.^Mali Meats Ham lina-Jih-: hacmi Ur; isiriMsl
lu-efMr; |s^rk I.M-; sausage IJSt'.l's-.^Caul Per toll, hanl ^l^. soft #:^..%^.^WimmI I'er 11ml S4..MI.^Hay I'er tiMi ^-jn.iai.^Straw I'er bin ai.'.iav^t tins - Per rwt. s-.'.iai.
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