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S&c ISSiclxtte MmMsM,mmex f 1888.
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JJ. Clark was yesterday
Leu-is Brown was yesterday up from
George H. Iluddy was in from Kingman
John R. Swartley was in from Halstead
13. F. Connor. Sfc. Joseph, was in the city
"V. B. Cliism was yesterday tip from
J. aL Stanley, New York, was an arriva1
"Win. Galle. Moundridge, was here j-cs-terday
C. Alar-bhall, Kansas City, was down on
S. A- Parshley and II. C. Abbott were
iu fiom Ashland yesterday.
S. Ilerdi'sew aud Clia. B. Sloat were
yesterday down from Topeka.
Ed Kil'ey and X. II. Coverdale were
down fro.ii Xetvton yesterday.
B. C. Sowle and D. C. Harper came in
from Audale last evening to rejoice.
Air-. ?3. Al. John, Miss Ollie Johns and
V. liJiam A. Daily and wife were in from
Alt. Hope j'esterday.
Al. H. Rudolph, formerly of tliis city,
but at present in the Sauta ITe oflice ac
tanta Anna Cal., was in the city yester-
Airs. Henry L. Wood, who has been vis
itin'' friends m this city for a week, re-
iffji'il to her home at u elhngtou last
J. Al. Reeves, C. C. Hodgen, D. L. Sherer
II. .s. Latham, W. D. Wmfield, of Latham
ia-sed through the city yesterday, en
route to llernugtoii.
A. Koswiek, New York; Edward F.
Iacj, Kansjis Citj J. J. Devlin, Pluladel
,hi, and Arthur Smith, Chicago, were
'U'iday registered at the Caiey
William Lakin was in the city yesterday
pr narmg for the appearance at the Cnuy
' rl.(;rand on the "Kith in&t of ?Jaggie
"Iitchell in her new plaj-, "Icny."
Alayor Allen leaves lor Leavenworth
tli -. morning to bring Sirs. Allen, who is
n .i ihit tin there, home. The last tiling
1 . Joe vaid was "beys don't rutif.7 until
I tt bictv."
W. .-ooiL Allen, representing , the New
ri"v oik. Ontario & Western railway
i ininuuy, of Now York is here visiting his
diUgh'er, Mrs. F. B. Xortlnop, 1423 North
Aliss Alay Pearse entertained the Dew
Drop Club on Tuesday evening, at the res
idence of Airs. H. Shuman, 1127 X. To
Alarriage license was yasterday issued by
Ju'l e Thomas, of the, prolmte court, to E.
B. '.aiming, of Wichita, aud SiuMe Dyer,
r i alley Center.
Dymocratiiq monej' is paying f jr .about
Jl the new hats being worn, bur. the fmo
Dunlap tile, winch reticlteU the editor of
UiLci.ii:'s sanctum yesterday evening
l.uii' a card from A. V. Oliver, and W. A.
The King's Daughters of the Unitarian
rhurch are preparing for a bazar to be held
in the early part of December. They will
have numerous articles for sale; will also
soro refreshments. The exact date and
iue where it will be held will be an
l ouueed later.
l esterday morning a drunken man "fell
down a flight of sixteen stairs in a. build
s' .; on North Main. He was picked up in
t ".lsible by frieuds and carried to his
lonn; last evening he was able to be out,
I ut showed very plainly upon his person
t'if effects of the fall.
George Shirley and an old gentleman got
ii.t a quuixel yesterday over the payment
of the latter to the former of a certain sum
f inonev. Shirjej , it is said, knocjted the
oul gentleman dov.n and then kicked him.
The old fellow had Shirley .-.nested and
brought before the police court.
L ist evening the proprietors of the Le'
;aiui house on boutn Lawrence cot on a J
bender on the btrentli of the election and
v a-, having lots, of fun with his guests and
1 eln at the. hotel. Olliceis Woods aud
liirmon called and he accompanied them
lu the cooer whoro he xassed the night.
Yesterday about noon Mr. Caruthers
w is thrown from his buggy near the cross
ing of Dooglns ami Market and quite se-i-r.ly
injured. The buggy in which he
js luiiug was struck by the wheels of a j
1 .re wagon coming in an opposite direc
t en. the vehicle upset and Mr. Caruthers
thrown violently to the ground. Besides
t e brnis,is upon his body he was quite
1 idly cut over the eye by falling against
the street car track.
John Scott, a man whom the oflicprs con"
Eider a dnd beat of the. rankest type, has
left his domicile at tlie Burton car .works
and can not be found. Satin day heboucht
a set of harness and several other articles
in the citv, giving in payment for them
lus checks knowing at the time he had uo
money in the bank. He left by wagon and
t-am, taking with him his family aud say
ing he was going to North Carolina.' The
sheriff has sent out cards containing his
description and asking for his arrest, hop
ing iu that way to intercept him.
The production of "Ray'" was in all re
s' t-i ts beyond criticism. Of Maggie
Mit the 1 it is unnecessary tosay more than
1 .. bten said already. Her impersoiHr
t.in of the character of Ray Golding was
ri i fired with enthusiasm and st the clovC 4
i t'.c second act. the curiam was three
i m stalled up, aud Miss Mitchell pre-
t.dvntua large and beautifttl floral
t.i'iate. Her support is excellent, the.
- ..ay in all re&pects being a superior
oiiC. liociy Mouataiu News.
IE WE AEE,
GREAT ENTHUSIASM OYER RESULT
AT HOME A3D ELSEWHERE,
Returns From Cjty and Thirtj-fire
Townships Republican Can
dates Have Majorities From
1.000 to 2,000 Four
Townships to -Hear '
From to In
jority. Yesterday was a cold, rainy day but was
not sufficiently disagreeable to subdue
Republican enthusiasm over the work of
Tuesday. Alany were up all night wait
ing the returns and joined in the waiting
crowd early in the morning and were
there late last night. It was a continual
cheer all day long; on the stieets and in
Republican headquarters. It was not fo
however at the Democratic headquarters.
The bojs looked blue and to eaoh other
would confess that the outlook nationally
was bad, while the county contest had re
sulted in a defeat of every candidate. To
a Republican they would try to
brighten and would say "'Oh the
returns aint in yet. Of couise we don't
care anything about the county; what we
want is Grover to get there and we think
Bnce is equal to the emergency." They
were not heard, however, wantnig to bet
on their former favorite. They seemed to
have lost all interest in the county elec
tion and in fact kept but little account of
it. A iccord was kept at the Republican
headquarters aud the reports were always
most ilattermg and satisfactory. Up up
to a late hour Afton, Delano, Garden.
Plain south, Alorton and Yiola townships
had not been received. The t lection
judges in the city had u hard time of it.
The first precinct of the Fourth ward was
counted at C a. m., while none others were
completed until ,noon and the first
piecinctrof the First ward was not com
pleted until shortly after midnight last
The vote as reported including city and
all townships except the onea mentioned
is as follows:
Secretary of state
Auditor of State
White '. 3,W)o
Hyer ." 71
. Supt. Public Instruction.
Assistant justice .su purine court
Ebey. - 3,503
State bttuator, Twenty-ninth district
Parkhurst - 50 .
Rapraaiatire. Eightv-seoond district
Douglass 1 2,512
Representative 83d Disk
Phillips ." 1043
Lee "-' 95
Representative Slth DiSt. ,
Luiiug r 562S
Snpt. Pnbliu Instruction.
Commissioners Second district.
Van Ness 2,dSp
la the First ward about one huudred
Rt publican votes deposited and having
George L.DoutrIoso' name on instead of
Boyle's. The tickets were intended for
any ward ascept the First. This however,
only effeetedhe majority as he is elected.
WHAT THBY SAY.
Col. J. R. Hallowell said that one of
these fine evenings the Republicans would
ratify in a way that would long be re
membered as one of the most enthusiastic
meetings ever held in the southwest. He
thought if the house of represcutives is
Republican as indicated by the dispatches
there would be no trouble about having
some of the territories admitted. He was
E. B. Jcwett They are out of the saddle
aud guess we can keep them out for some
time. I think thej- have been buried so
deep they won't get out. Don't look for
"Jumbo" Dale to ruu up the streets with
his hatoff this time as he did four years
J. n. McCall Have a sheep that shows
wool twentyjinches longer than on lastMon
day. A wonderful crop and have an idea
there is more wool in West Virginia today
than ever there before. Am advising my
Democratic friends to go in the sheep rais
ing business as it will be profitable now.
Fr.rmor Doolittle "I cannot understand
it, I'll declare" then the boys would
I. L. Noble Kavelots of yell inme
and letting it out bv installments as the
returns come in. The happiest Say 'of my
A. R. Museller Now then the thing to
do is to divide Dakota into four states
Wyoming into two; Washington into two,
and let them in as states. The Republi
can party will not very soon again offer
the olive branch to the south. They will
not soon again lose their balance. I like
to see such changes towards Republican
ism as are fouud in Salem and Union
Judge Wall This suits me exactly. I
look for the .Republican party to be In
power many years, as it will be able to
manage the affairs of the government in
an acceptable manner to the people. We
will have a boom all over this country.
J. Al. Balderston This is exactly what
I have been wanting to see for-some time.
I hope it is true that we have won a vic
tory, the largest we have had for years.
If thsy don't hold back the
returns in Noav York City too long and
give us a square deal we will have them
Ed Phillips is proud of the manner in
which Union township treated him, it
being usually SO or 90 Democratic, goes for
his opponent only eleven strong. In Sa
lem twenty-five usually Democratio goes
against him only six votes. He was well
pleased at tho result.
W. D. Murdock, Santa Fe It suits me
exactly and is nothing more than I ex
pected. I am surprised, however, at the
'statement that St. Louis has gone Repub
lican; next tnc state will go the same way
and then good bye to Democracy.
George Gray said last night "Well I
guess we are gone if there is any reliance
to be put in the returns.
' Dick Ryan, of the Alirror We are doom
ed, it seem. To tell the truth, I have not
had a great deal of hope for Cleve
land's election since I read a
correspondence of Air. Staley, in which
he closed up his letter with an "if the
mayoralty fight would not result," &e.
Judge Thomas It was a Waterloo for
the Democratic party sure enough; the
tickets seem to have swept everything be-
lore it, national, state aim county; me re
publican tickefc-has carried Ju this county
from 500 to 1.S00.
Judge Barrett The result is as I ex
pected: the Republicans have made gains
everywhere all over the country.
Frank Smith I still have hope that
Democracy will carry New York; the re
ports tonight are no more discouraging
than they were four years ago at this time.
Coleman Rogeis I think everything
looks bright enough; I am not going to
give up New York to the Republicans yet.
Fred Bentley The Republicans have
without doubt carried New York and we
J. H. Waddil' Hsrrison is elected and 1
am clad of it; I am not saying, however,
that I would net have been gladder still
it Cleveland had won.
E. Z. Hoffman "Hurrah for Harrison,
our next president,"
E. G. Beattie The situation tonight is
much the same as it was this time four
yeaisago, and I have not yet given up
Will Beatty I was down to the Demo
cratic headquarter this afternoon and they
looked pretty blue. I heard a voice say:
"Well, I guess about the best thing we can
do is to go hang ourselves up as chromos
in the Republican headquarters." An
other fellow, who had evidently bet on his
political faith, said: "Well, I have my
summer pants still and stand a pretty good
chance to wear them nil winter; yet, I be
lieve if I could get them half-solcd. I would
like to have some active, energetic Repub
lican to kick me all over the town."
Edward Vail I Sun inclined to think
that Harrison has defeated Cleveland and
that Democracy is downed.
Abe Wright I am well satisfied with the
result and believed all along that Harrison.!
would be elected.
Zan Cotter I expected that Cleveland
would be defeated from the time that the
fight for the mayor commenced in New
York city. Tammany wanted control of
offices aud money: and there was more to
be obtained by the election of their mayor
than the election of President Clereland.
Frank Cooper That's all rignt; don't
care if you do smash my plug, the Demo-
l crats owe me five more. Give you one if
this one aint enough to sacrifice.
Arthur Carpenter The Republicans en
joy this hugely; have not beenso happy for
years. Let the goocl news heea coming.
C. L Adams This is the year for the
bovs to vote the ticket-straight. It's time
to be doing that way and the boys did.
"Dad" Burnett Oh I had a dream Sun
day night that. we would be , defeated and
that Harrison would be elected.
Chairman Downing Had never contem
plated such a victory in the
county. Always thought we. would
elect the whole ticket, but this jnajoritr
ranging -from one (o two thousand is
simply more than most of us ever expected.
This.was the year for .Republicans to vote
There are quite a number of prominent
young Republicans who did hard and af
fective county campaign work in the way
of speech -making. They are receiving
complimeuts from the members of the
party and are quite glad t see such favor
A GKA.VE CHARGE.
" Yesterday forenoon a woman bearing
the evidence of having gone through a
rather animated discussion, came into
Justice Hammond's court and said she
wanted a warrant issued for the arrest of
Lou Cook, whom she charged with a
grave offense. Her name, she said, was
Alice Stevens, and shejived at 317 South
Fifth avenue.. According to her state-,
meat, Cook came to her, .house the night
befcre-aad-tha -put him out. When he
came again yesterday forenoon he tried ro
force her, Lutshe struggled, and getting.
hold of a fiat Jron, she -dealt lihn a blow;
over the eve. which nut an end to his al-,-
' ' 1- I J . V( S 0 I .. S ' -
forts. He struck'her quite a blow in the
Deputy Sheriff Metcalf arrested Cook.
and in default of 5 J ,000 bond he was taken
to the jaiL On the way up they were
stopped by "an angry woman, 'who said
Cook.was to tome and move her-house,
and she had given him in advance $10
with Avhich to buy stone. It seemed .that
'he had used the money for some other
purpose, and that "the woman "wUPnow be
compelled) get some one else' to do the
Last night Deputy Sheriff Metcalf was
called down on Main street by a telephone.
He went to the grocery store of Keller
& Keller and from one of the proprietors
learned that thieves were in the store.
Ir. Keller said that he hadlocked up the
store about 7 o'clock and gone out, later
returning forborne bread he heard some
one walking barefooted in the rear of the
store. He did not care to make any
search himself and so sent for the officer.
'The two made an investigation of the
store, the cellar and the alley in the rear
of the store but failed to find any trace of
the thief. At the rear door, however,
when he had forced an entrance, was
fouud a pair of shoes, evidently worn by
the burglar but taken off by him when
making his tour of the store. He hid
forced the money drawer open with a chis
el and taken out about -51.25 in nickels and
dimes, he also carried away some chewins
gum and had tied ud two boxes of cigars
which in his hasty exit he had le t behind
The store of Hutchins & Cox had also
been entered but it was not known what
had been carried away. The thief had ev
dently gained entrauce to the store
by breaking open the transom over the
The arrests reported at the station last
night were H. II. Lynn, Chas. Moran and
Frank Morgan, drunks; and James Tobin
drunk and disorderly.
Of Kct. T. W. Jlhinls licsolatlons Passed
At a meeting of the members of the
Mayflower Congregational church, held
November 1, 18SS, the following resolu
tions were adopted:
Whereas, The Rev. Thomas W. Minnis
1 having labored, among us acceptably for
the past year and five months as our be
loved pastor, now tenders his resignation
on account of a pressing call from a sister
in which lie recognizes the voice of God,
therefore bo it
Resolved, By the Mayflower branch of
the Cbneregational church of Wichita,
Kan., that wo grant the request and ac
cept his resignation, regretting the loss
wlii'li we feel as we shall sustain by this
Resolved, That in him we found one
whose every interest seemed centered in
our spiritual growth, teaching us the
value of faith in our secular as well as our
spiritual life. Neither has he neglectel to
instruct us in the use of the other virtues.
Resolved, That those in distress and af
fliction with whom it was possible for him
to come in contact found him more than
an ordinary sympathizer, who would deny
himself much beyond our knowledge to
minister to them in meekness.
Resolved, That he has manifested a deep
interest in the spiritual welfare of the
children who with all others to whom he
has ministered In both temporal and spir
itual things, will remember him with
gratitudeand tender solicituder.
Resolved, That we hereby tender him
our heartfelt thanks for his efficient work
and cordially commend him as an able,
earnest and faithful christian minister to
the confidence of people wherever he may
Ida S. AtrcuMoonr,
tolice co cut.
The jointists, William Smith, S. Elder,
William May, Charlie Cast and W. E.
Williams- who violated the law. by keep
ing their places of business open election
day, were yesterday brough before- Judge
Dixon, pleaded guilty to vagrancy and
each paid into the city treasury $27.
Bill Scott, Bob Boaz and L D. Erehart,
the victims who felkinto the hands of the
police fronwi-too large portion of election
hilarity, each contributed $3 for drunken
The notorious "Brock" had two charges
to answer to yesterday; carrying concealed
weapons and being drunk and disorderly.
His fines amounted to 18 In default of
the payment of which he was sent to the
James Murley was released from con
finement upon his ovn recognizance, and
"Old Fatty" was discharged.
Clyde Burke turned in her fine of $S.
Mary Alliion, the disorderly colored
woman found down on South Fifth, was
committed to the cooler. II, W. Harri
son, the hilarious- hay dealer, paid ?3 of
the ?5 assessed against him; and Pat
Murphy, guilty of drunkenness and in
decent exposure, went to keep "Brock''
aud Mary Allison company.
George Shirley had whipped an old man,
who owed him some money -and couldn't
or wouldn't pay it, and was fined $5 for an
assault. Another man-turned in the same
amount for a similar offence.
Judge Reid yesterday set. the .following
For November 12, State vs. Thomas Col
lins, vs. S. H GoUins, ya K. S. Kirkpat
path, vs. W. B. Fredenbugh.
For the 13. State.vsAi5. Williams, vs.
George Sissionrys J. Busch and L. Grover.
For the H, State vs. Gus Wyman and
Albert Zug, vs. Henry Zus, vs. Henry
For the 15, State vs. Frank. K. Wilson,
vs. W. E. Moberlyi
A nolle was. entered in state vs. Thomas.
Riggs. state vs. Constantte Merkle.
Slate vs. John Sbroder, vs. A. Kasmus
ky, vs. E. Roller, vs. D. E. Carmen, vs.
G. M. Rice, vs. Calvin. Church were con
tinued for arrest. Several other eases
improperly upon the docket were
State y. Silva Hill land . Haas., at I
'J J. JTSa
Judge Walkers' was continued until next
A warrant was issued from Judge Ham
mond's for the arrest of J. ' W. Ma3 upon
the charge of shooting with intent to kilL
Lou Coot was -arrested upon a warrant
from Judge Hammond, charging him with
an assault with intent to commit a rape
upon Alice Steveus. He was not able to
give load for ?1,000 for his appearance
Friday to answer to the charge and was
sent to jail.
Justice Barret's time was taken up in
the bearing of civil cases.
Checks on the UTetropoIia.
It must bo remembered that the tendencies
of tho age, while leading peoplo toward
towns, do not lead them to concentrate in any
single center, but rather to tho creation of a
series of detached points. Railways and
telegraphs make it easier to live in cities, but
they also make it easier to go away from
them and create new cities. New York is
far less of a metropolis en the American con
tinent than was tho caso forty years ago. I
can remember when in traveling at the west
any inteUigent person would bay a In c w York
daily psper twenty-four hours' old in prefer
ence to any western paper of tka very morn
ing. The telegraph instantly changed all that;
tho Omaha or Kansas City paper contain
substantially the samo telegraphic news with
tho Now York dailies, and tho latter havo
shrunk to a mainly local circulation. Tho
samo process goes through everything, and
no matter how tho self styled metropolis
grows, it is checked and limited by all other
citie3. The samo thing i3 true, to a smaller
extent, in England itself; tho American visi
tor is surprised to find that to know even tho
political currents of tho nation ono must
pow look outside of London; Edinburgh is
reasserting itself, whila Manchester and Bir
mingham have emphatically then own opiu
ic. '"C- W. H." in Harper's Bszar.
Character in Handwriting.
A certain number of men are calm, even
lived, semfelo and 'practical, Men of that
class are almost certain to write plain, round
hands-tn which every letter is distinctly legi
ble; neither very much slanted forward, nor
tilted backward; no letter very much bigger
than its neighbor nor with leads much abovo
or tails much below tho letters not so distin
guished; tho letters nU having tho same gen
eral uprightness and tho lines truo to tho
edges of tho paper, neither tending upward
nor downward. Exact, business like peoplo
will have an exact handwriting. Fantastic
minds revel in quirks and streamers, particu
larly for tho capital letters, and this quality
is uot infrequent in certain business hands,
as if tho writere found a relief from tho pro
saic nature of their work in giving flourishes
to certain lotters. Firm, decided, downright
men are apt to bear on the pen while writing,
and to mako their strokes hard and thick.
On tho contrary, people who arc not sura of
themselves, and aro lacking self control,
press unov ily, and with anxious looking,
scratchy hands. Ambitions peoplo aro apt
to bo overworked; they aro always in haste
and either forget to cros3 their t's, or dot
their i's. They aro also apt to run tho lost
few letters of every word into an illegiblo
BcrawL Flurried, troubled and conscienco
twinged persons have a crabbed and uneven
handwriting. St Nicholas.
William E. gJladstono's 3Inrvrlct:s jTesiory.
Spcakijg of William E. Gladstone, a re
cent observer says: "There is no subject on
which ho will not talk. DLI3 memory is tho
marvel of everybody who has been his asso
ciate or acquaintance. Scaro a topic can bo
started on which ho has uot a storo of facts.
He tahes little thought of his audience or of
what may bo supposed to interest them. His
subject interests him, and it never occur? to
him that it may not interest others. And ho
is quito right. In his hands whatever it bo
is entertaining. Ho has been known to dis
course to his neighbor through tho greater
part of a long dinner on tho doctrino of
copyright and international copyright. His
neighbor was n beautiful woman, who cared
no moro for copyright than for the Chero
kee3. Sho listened to him throughout with
unfailing delight" New York World.
Slavonic Jlaco la Knssla.
Tho Slavonic race is a factor in tho history
of Europe. A portion of tho same, the
smallest in point of numbers. Is at tho mercy
of Germany; another, and rnoro important
one, is at tho mercy of Austria; tho third
and largest portion submits to Russia. Rus
sia maintains that her nvals belong to tho
Germanic, whilesho-is of tho Slavonic race, '
and, therefore, that she has a better rirht to i
the direction and guidance of tho peoples '
having tho samo blood with herself. It can
not havo been a light task for Alexander III,
despite all his efforts, to steer clear of tho
many shoals and quicksand3 that ho must
havo found in his way during his last inter
view with William II.
A colossal empiro this of Russia, a confed
eration of races bound together bv thesword,
aad like to these armed tribes that overran
Europo in tho Fourth and Fifth centuries, nificer.t wastes, which stretch in every de
leaving the desolato steppes for tho mild ! rection behind it Other cities havo rnada
regions of the Mediterranean, a very Paradise j war upon nature. Luce .Madrid or Rome,
in tho eyes of those born and bred in the j ibey ljav nnd an arid and unhealthy
midst of snows of hyperborean chmes. An da&flrt around them, or like our early .New
enmityof race to race, dating long ages back, j England settler, have reduced every beauti
pcrvades this vast military nation, whoso 1 ol grove within reach to n buckkbery
domains extend from north to south, and ' pasture. Bet wier Siockbchn has loft her
whose people, like the Goths and Mongols of
old, wander from place to place as if they setting to tcr R7 aMfi "5 ptcturo. la
had no country of their own, sighing for whatever direction you look from any elava
Jerusalem, Cachemire and Constantinople, ! t01! lo, horizon i3 mysterfcto with the
as if thev desmsod the temtorv that h-"a ' ocean or wi the woode; and you can ltaro
fallen to their lot. Powerfully built, after
tho fashion of savago races, robust, tall, rod
haired and pale eyed, you might tako them
for oao of the people described in tho early j
chronicles of modern history and sent by
divine wrath to punish us for cur sins. Rus
sia declares herself to be tho defender of her j
oppressed races, as theso tribes claim to be ;
tho avengcra of those captives that accoca- j
panied tho Eomcn victor in tho Via Sacra
in the forests and offered up as bolocausti to
a drunken popnJace in the circuses and naval
fights. Emilis Castcku- in Philadelphia
A 2H)nccptloa oT tko TTcrt.
Tha MmtiasancT with which artists ard
josmalists living iu the favored east discn , d; Scddla Rock oystora wrS ezter- j t -SiTlStu T.T
tho west i to a traveled rrisa irritating, if IS ; micated at Saddio Eoci: forty jear ao; j T,ttuserrrflf imtwmr s . -; -did
not fnspiro a 1 ccliug of csatcsp I was 1 Orasga county fautUsreosica from every rar: wiafrfni. I wtK-. u .
rcadhir ra a2cw York xxiocr a well written
article, purporaac; to ba a cisccsion of the raarganno u khu lor gzzxt ti okctc uta
Tarious styles ct femiaina limbs scjenattha ! fppr5SKabiaps.ti,ocl7tlbccfirm
scashcre. "Solo the igsorasca of tb& artirt 1 crs chsrn it m with their crtsua. Trarin.
wbea ha trndertakoj to discus what be ij j Socord.
pleased to call tho western les-. "Yea can," , 4 . . ,,,,
ys h. ta2 o froa amoff a daseatff- AB,to?0' ia, Cs?J&i'
ferc:crtaL It is the lr of thantuscanr the 1 Z3:i"e1 baby crar bom. It u ihmca of
lr rftha Wf It IEmalL hroTrauca- ! iUfriEd. S a raiirocd bwfcma. and
1r !. ItbdTkffimflafciriid.
ad the co3:quenco la that what tho westers
cirl losd in calf sho makes up ha tho Jcs-ta
of the foot." Sow what arrant coiss . ha a ceseSAry cetr VlUsBEa it fcli in Rich a
thsteHisT That writerhrisaa Idea that at a i aauwrJis tociwoe tfcjlid Woamectl sad
pcistlCO xsiksof Kow York tho west co- I the corpse t fall out head foressost. Thrw
rr.f, azd ih5 ths west is a prairie as ; c' tliswnTicrsfairtad.
Iirreltabmijrdtablffiriiia5aTra7pca. Tbs bbba? f Ely hi torsSddsa ik dta
chly to the Rockj zsasntsl-Fi. If be weald 1 cacs of hij Aitxovt to preach nsen tfea tnta
cooa cat wort be wcid sot fhid tha g?tKm-i ? cngincl ernioa a wtk. If they muitd
so fiat, or its pcopks, either, cs b3 iaughiis. j livar a wood thry ircist uika kt fTao
TT21.S. Eaa In Globe-Dcsuxrrat.
SIZES OF STATESMEN.
Senator Ingalls is tSo thinnest man in. con
gress. . i. x ,
Barres, of Georgia, is the heaviest man in
Stewart, of Teas, is tho tallest -rn &
Senator Sawyer sad Saastor Stanford are
the heaviest men in tho senate. Together
they would outweigh Salisbury, Spencer, la
galls aud Brown combined. ,
Gen. Wheeler, of Alabama, is tho smallest,
as well as tho shortest, mzn, physicially, in
tho house. Ko is a very litrlo man, indeed,
but ho is an intellectual giant, not inferior
to Alexander H. Stephens. Wheeler was a
lieutenant general in tho Confederate army
when ha was only 24 veers c!d, aud a: ono
time ce commaucen tno wnoio uonieuerato
I Tlio Zlessengcr Boy's Delight.
i ' A Japanesostoiy writer has j'ist finished a
i novel in ninety volumes. If a Japanese uns
I cenger boy ever gets hold of that story the
company might as well get a new boy.
i SoracrYiile Journal.
An Indiana farmer got up in his sleep and
stole his own mule and hid him in the woods,
where tho sheriff, who came next day,
couldn't find him to servo an execution.
A sort of Knights of Labor has been started
in London caUed tho Amalgamated Society
of General Laborers. It is composed of
every description of laborers in tho metropolis.
I ij j 4$?2l &i iliSpSS if i till
- im 1 - --- r ri ii -1 rn -,., . , i , njiruf.l
On Sale This Morning,
3,000 yards Dress arid Apron Cliec Ging
hams, at 5 cents, former price,
3,500 yards Cretonnes or Draperies, at 8 1-3
cents, former price, 15 cents.
2,000 yards Merrimack Furniture Twills, at
5 cents, former price, 10 cents.
, Please remember that we sell for Spot Gash
GASH -:- HENDERSON,
132 NORTH MAIN.
ENO, The Furniture Mai:,
Great Reductions This week to cash bujei.?.
Astonishing Low Prices.
See My List of Specialties!
One lot of assorted solid mahogany Goats Rockers. Too hi ;
price for this year. I -will sell them at a great sacrif l
One lot of hanging Hat Racks, Brackets and Lacii Cann t . ,
Plush, Oak and cherry. I offer at less than cost to ciu-so tin-. . ou
Every lady should see these.
A few fancy odd chairs and ladies sewing rockers. A ho c . .ro .
carriages at a very low price.
ON BEDROOM ITS I DEI! C0MPE1BN.
ONLY TWO DOORS WEST OF
StocUIislm and XI Vcrest.
In on respect Stockholm is entirely uuiqn
ita close connection with the wild primeval
forests of tie north. It bat seated ltsalf di
rectly at the foot of these gksmy4it mg-
j forcats uninjured, and ibey form a majestic
f q'T3 hi ono of tho counties little stcam-
uoats, caa in in nwawa you anc was-
you can scarcely find a traco of cultivation,
although probably some okl towers among
the woods will testify to tho pratence of an
ancient royal bunting l&dga Car. San
"VTUoro They Asr: ZUuZc
Freacfa lace is woves la Kw York; 2far
reules bean 1; predecod in Massacht&ttU,
and English castosre in 5sw Hampshire;
Ti-?ffrt- nr vrnr? ettrrw. fmnm ft fw in Tvt.
ton; cx Perriaa rus! norcr 3w tho eastern j
bamsjaicre; bpaiusa raacseni are csoght on
the coMi of rew Jersay. and Sicditcrraceaa
cardiacs on tba coast of liaise; too oKrs oil
I tardistaon tba coast of Maioe; too otiva oil
1 of the American market is made from oottco
of tinnaaJ Kates; ana just as msca oun-
! wi5e3 boratawbsd oaJjata ctmca.
A pint capcoTcrod it.
As a coSin -wa hciaj; IsK-edi izto a grsro
cf a rdrrd cisr;
Thispowdcr never vanes. A mar.iil
purity, "-.trentrth. nl wht-V ;u?s.
More economical than the or-tiuarv kii ' '
snd cannot be sold m competition : i
the multitude of law tt. short wet-, u
aliuu or phosph.ite now 'ivrv- 5-W.ul.v s
rius. R yai B.tkw.- Powder Co., bo Wat
St. N. Y.
all are Sold,
lJcLDbXr - O.
2 Doors West of Main St
MAIN ST., ON OOUGLA
-' for 2 ceuu,
WIHiasi lEbaiatan, a 9-Tkr-oj iTir x ,.
boy, ism tim dSntixxtk at y. j t.
hardftst hcai known In that city. I o?.
day, Tshik iayhj is Ub uttmt, b r m r
; j a 1 vcacaa. tfe -nU 'J vh.
my, tho ooly injurKa rmaHrvl -r it tV
Bfcin bmk-. Docton MOMdrr it i.(u
i-ny5)liz ttk Uh tvf-m-. of p- .-
ttunk. Um 1 1 nWtaclr 4.t '
. (mutton JAtKH0 tamfimB cr In- .j ,
mail lrm eUarrU. lUrot't trpmr j .
Utrml rmiUkm. U pMmtUrTy . r:..
for tibt .. 4rk St c-jw t-i v- ', 1
bkrtt It to mtSm- tn-m uterrX 'n --i
x?an13, lit yiHar wo1',
Paini3 in the Esa&
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