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D VOLUME VI OWINGSVILLE, JCMTUCKyZ THURSDAY, SEP. 25,1884. wTis
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I (hvingsvillo Outlook.
IMlltLlSHHI) l'.VCKY THUIISUAY.
- - ,, T. ,1. YOUNG, Kijitqu.
Hi Oflloa: 2d Floor Ewiug'a Building
Hi ! wiii'iii mwp mi ii in 1 1 ii i ii ii 1 1 i mi i i ji'rrnrwm
One copy, one year, in advance 51 f0
Six month 7G
Three iiiontlu 10
4 AdveiMisiiifJ llalos.
TTv TTv :s m t; m
6tlnche S:i r,o $T. 50 $11! 1M $18 7o
12 inch. 5 00 8 00 18 5:) 2S 00
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Ati-y ('. H. Hrooks.
Cllicfllr Cr.KUK W. 1 miner.
M Arrm Commissionku J. J. Nsbitt.
1 Junos-C. W. (ioodpaster.
Cousty .Vttount.y Alex. Conner.
5 County Ci.iiimc O. S. Higgeii.
I V. Crouch.
. F. Maury.
1 Askiou go Jackson.
J I'.oKosua Ueorge G.mdpattcr.
-W. II. D.ingherty.
. 15. fpratt.
JItHIRTIMTKN. II. McClute, It. II Colgrou'
WyjHinj -J- olliver, Uuc
II. William-, (8. L. Coyle.
A. Wills Flood.
W liott. I). W. Sw.irt..
Hiuu.iiU' i'i5 'o"'i'
Or.luied, TluttliM eoiirt will hereafter
hold tern.- for (he trial of common law
m miiI cum- n tlw K'uith Mondav s n
the- mouths uf March,. I line, Njiileiiibrr an-i
If 13.voii.Ikt in each voar. ami continue fix
Ji judicial clay if the buiine'ii fhoiilU re-
H. I). LACV,
Mik"'- " Jtv ,,f " i,olici' t;v'l,rt
I DiT7oTlf. "KASlfT
1 O.'lico nt John J.Sweliinn'H, near
I liUvilU,l.ath l'r.iiipl njteiili.m
ij givwi to all eiM. ovntl
j G. RSi" CJRRY,
1 Physician nml Surgeon,
;S OWISUbVII.l.l!, KY.
1 it.;UI)J.TL.7 i.S.UUI).H.LI
3 Altmimj und hewinrr and lw
M Suiafji 1'aUie. mimic A'Jit.
J R. CIUI)KLL&S0X,
,J Attorneys At L.v,
;j .'J KY.
;3 Olhce -On .Vain oer 'iuoiln.uler'h
,f IJ tit x, mi tiw
M .T."t7 catlkiit,
1 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
jm )Wlii);.lll', K.
ijm Firt llur in J. M. Nibitt' I
I DR. F. P.GUDGELL
m Oiram bit prufeoiuiinl lotlie
J ami Ttuiuitv, ami can alwayn he fniinil al
W hi. (iooiljiater' hank when
h ooi.pnjft'iuually eii(,'4el. j
I "A. IV. WALDMX, j
I Physician & Surgeon
.5 OUt hii jinifcdxiiuril to the
4 eilutn of OMiuktilh anil Mirrmiitiiiiix
' iMinutry. Olliceiiear
jV H. M. CONKIIIt' OhIiibIIIc, Ivy.
S Surgeon Dentist,
Oillve iimtJ M Nenbilt'n law oll'.c .
1 " VAN. B.YOUNG, j
0VS'(iIM I, V
WW. TO OHOKIt j
Out of Hist Mnlorial!
York ilunn wlmii pwnunril Mini xarraiitir.i
in give tiifiiftii.ii In fit,
murk lint loiviii'J yuu' ordeit tlMwhert.
1M J. . HVltO.V.
l'uM Slftl, OmiHimtUt, l
.l Wiik at h'.itir. t iinlli, , i
tDC5Ofretf. I'ay hI'miIiiI.Iv utifT.'i
No ritk, IVipitnl not rv'iiiritJ. itenil er i
If rAu'KHrtl bii1iio at Wliluli ieri lu
kllfmr (. )iMiUKr ultl, hii inalc great
)..ij al! I he lint liny rk, vrith ub ulute
. mliilT. ttrll fr to II. II r
. I Nothing Sucoec
: THKONtiYCAail J1CW.
: WATCHES, CLOCK
Latest Novelties in Ladies' ai
and Plated Wa
! Spociaclos and
Prompt mill rnroftil nttontion tn ni
pairing ncnlly dne. IIiglii"t priuo
for n share of yotir trade. W'oii'l you
A NEW FIRM
New 3rooclfs4 I
Sail Jsicfcf Kt.
MAZE & SHOUSE
Have formed a partnership for the purpose
of cairyiug on a l;( uoi.'il iiUTcli!iudiini;
IniKiiK"". at the above named place, and
auk their fn'endK and they'll
it. 1 1 public to ritiiul to then, a lilnral
l.are of patronage. They will keep a full
and line of
Dry Goods, Notions.
READY MADK CLOTH ISO.
Bcots and Shoes, Wood and Willow Ware,
Ilnidware, QueciiMwtre, and
Staple nt! Fncy Groceries
The toek will be loitinl larije and coin- !
plete in every rtfpcct, Vihile in prices they
defy ciniiH Make them a call at
the htorr and he convinced. All kind-of
Ilouht at the highest market price. o-'2'2
JL. T- Ji AJK11 K'X j
BogKs, Stationery, Periotlicals,
XewKpajieiv, and many iniccellaneou a. tides
iHiiiHtsinlly on hand. School books,
crayo.u, Hlatts, inks, jiens, ic, a
If von want the
vie mo a call. Valentines, Master,
and i hrirlnias alwuvs on hand
in'their m;ioii in FiiillcsH vurieiv. iWyl
Money Saved is Money Made !
money, laeii your feet dry and
jour In altli bj niiiK
Reissinger's Pure Gil Blading.
It will "often and beautify the leather and
u.aku it water proof : v. ell as make it
wear one-third longer. Jf on have eon. h
on your feet it will really relieve if it
loch not emu them. Ncthim; in it to
leather. Mr. lteissimjer, the maun
laeturer, is Mil old. experienced and practical
h.e maker and uudiistiimlt.
leathir thoroughly. For further
inforniatinn. address or call on OKOIKMC
Ui:iS.SINfii:it, Mt Sterling, Kv. Price,
tin rents a box. This eelebi ituf blacl.iiih'
is for bj l. IJ. Slesser, OniiiKilIc.
"0 WINGS H0U8ET
Main Street, Owlngsvllle, Ky.
Is now open for the rcco.uinodation of
i lie publit. The house it siluated in the
business portion of the town and has the
finest sample rooms for con.niiTcial
of any hotel in Kastcrn
lioaid 5-' "00 per iliiv.
Of. V.M !!., KY.
Is now open for the reception of pi.!
OinuiHulioiin nmph looms for inuiinereial
lralers. ('harm's model ate, and die lablu
supplied with tin tin market lillords,
II. W. McDKUMO'JT.
II 3 on U'aitt l k 'Vol
- warn; 'io
Big Four and Vandalia Line,
Jsi 1 1 obi iMe!
If Jon are ill III til of
Itool'lii or uMi,rliiK
I have os indent u Tin .SLop
on Jhih ilrfel in and uni
Io do eVi'lJ I lam of Hoik in my ) ill
on khurt noilre and in a sallifiictury
I aUt p.ilut tin rnofs ulieuper I ban
(Hon wo a Trial Job
iiMiifuUr, j. w. vncuiiKii.
3is Like Success
KLUY HOUSE IN TOWN.
.S AND DIAiOMDS,
id Gents' Jewelry, Solid Silver
re, Good Line of
. Eye Glasses.
(lei's cntriMtcd Io me. J-'inc vvntcli ro
pnitl for old tfoM mid fiIvlt. I spe.uk
M. W. VOWELS.
C. W. PETERS,
iii:. I.KIM in
Pure Dus al Icflicis,
Yuiiii.xlie, Dypsttifl's lire, (Mioico
I'niiicries, Toik't ami Fimev
A Fine Lino of Stationery,
the. lied liramls of Cigars ami Tobacco
iu town. I'liy.oieiaiih'
ii 11 v pieparetl at all hours, day or
Fire ! Fire I Fire !
,1 Will 8&TB yon Big Honey !
For a Fi.v, Lightning and Tornado I'olicv
One and One Quarter cents.
in sound address
(i. I). OMIKIKN,
fivlSml! IAS S. Mill St., LeiiiKtnn, Ky.
' j. i oooui'.WKtt. - ir. s. (looni'AirrKit.
TraiHert a general hanking business.
Furnishes sight drafts good in any part of
the I'nit.'d States. Special accommodations
to depositor'. Notes made
at this bank discounted on favorable
W 3tl a e S 3 oii.j e 9 ;
WAYNE vt rtA'ITEK.MAN, Prop'i.
122, 124 nnd I2G West Tront Street,
anil 91, 03 and 95, Commorcu Street,
Oiiioinim i i Ohio.
Daily Auction ami Private .Sales.
Advances mado on Coiish;iiiiu'iit..
TICKiyiS AT HAM' I'AItK AT AM
1'OI.STSTO TIIK MAMMOTH
Tliia womlcrfnl cave, having lieon
discovcu'd a miaitrr of a ceiitiuy, lias
lii'iui e.Nplon'.l liy thotisamls of visitor?"
and found to cuntaiti lianlwuro of every
ik'soiiptton. Cooking and Heating
.Stoves, l'liriiitmi! and linuii'kcep
ing s,i)wt, ami iiidoed, nuuples of
useful utliclo maim fact died in the
United lilies. Htislmiid.s ami v,iy
ami those intfiidiny matrimony, tire
daily visiting this place of rtwut
andVnrrviiig luiuiu rulici. at prices that
duly competition in any ahapo. Kor
prietw ami further purticiilnrcall no
or apply to
T. .1. KNIGHT,
"hT!il.VT TBI K
MO I! Ell EM). A''.,
Ifyoiivruut first-class nccouiinodallons tt
moileriitc prices. Tin house is now undergoing
icpair, nnd Will soon be sreolid to
nouw ill the (ntiutrv. The I iblu ahnivei
kiiiiiiliid vsilh (Very deliun v of the neasuii.
JAMIIS CAHIY, I'roprUtor.
LASfiD FOR SALE.
I have a faun for sale containing 1:1(1
acres, Mil ieh lays on Sinn's branch iu
riiinlng county, known as the l.liji.h
fnnu, on uhnh tin re i it good dwelling
hoiii and nut buildings. Oiis.iid
farm iln re pleuiv of nt vt water,
an abuuilaucii of tlinber and gxid tohaccn
laud. 'I he laud will be Mild In p.trtels or
tiiuelhur. l''or purliculuis npplt in
A J. MZI
Marshal, ll.tlh coiiulj, Ky,
(miliary M, (Hh.
A. STORY, Prop'r.
.HI, Mlciiiiig, It.v.
Hi I'M! for $nle
I have forpalca very dcclrahle
on the Sl.arpdmrg and (h ingsvllle
turnpike, !l miles from the fori ter, near
il.ilil F.agle. Two lairgl ToIiU''f
StlirilH leceutly built, on the jirenilse.
Large two rtnrv dweljing house, good inch-aid,
plenty tit tlinlsT ami never falling
water. tobacco laud. For further
particulars cull on or address
J. It. STONIC.
Dvvl Sharpsbtirg, Ky,
Announcement l made of the rapid
of a Pictorial wmk comprising the
Lives of the l'resiileiitial C'ludidatcs on the
Itemocratic ticket, wfttcn by the veteran
author, (Nil. Fiauk Triplett, and published
by N. I). Thompon Ai Mi., St Iouls, Mo.,
and New York. Thic work is sold throng),
agents exclusively. It is desigmd, not,
only to fine the popular taste and want
in giving, exh.iustivtlv, the facts in the
ImylioiKl and nianhiKM of the Candidates
their private Lives aliurl'ublic; Services
hut to have a more entlfirliig interest tlu.li
the ordinary Campaisil hook. To this end
the Publishers have engaged cm the work
a coi pit of skilled designer and engravers
to elegantly and profijscly illustrated the
scenes an incidents inl the lives of thenc
eminent men, now n prominently before
the jicople. IVrMinaljancedotc' and rem
iuircences will constitute a leading and
certainly a most euteiiaiuiug and instructive
feature of this timely work,
Col. Triplett has marked ability, and
enjoy espieial distinction as a
writer. While ethamiive in the recital
of facts, his power of analysis, and his keen
insight into the ph ilusophy ol events and
ineasii.es, give him special prominence
among .miiieau wiiter of u'i 'otin i history.
It is not too much to ay that, he
is belter prepared for the work iu hand
than any i titer Aiue.icau author.
The book" from hij pen, of which several
have been published, have met the popular
taste and been more than ordinarily success
fid. They have given him high rank
among American author, and the public
men of the day. This ha given him
faculties for pioeuring all the
mate. ml for the work, now iu hand. As a
book of fascinating interest, beaut)' and
ol illustiation, and of
of futit, it will commend
to every voter.
To the book agent this rare combination
of authentic historv, pictorial illustration
and brilliant authorship, will at once M.g
yest the univcls.il demand it will eieale,
and also the advantage in interest it has
over the oidinary Campaign hook, and the
grand oportunity it otter for profitable
agency. We advertised it in another
To All WnntingKiiiployiiu'iit.
We want Live, F.ilergetic and Capable
Agents iu ewry eou'nty in the United States
and fanada, to potent article of gi eat
me. it, on its merits. I An article having a
large sale, naying over 100 per vent, profit,
liwvjim iw. m.immtrtLi&piMl on lli
agent is protcetcifn. me exclusive sale by
a deed given for each And even' county he
secures from us. ith all thehe advantage
to our agents, and the. fact that it is an article
that can bo sold to houscowner,
it might not be neceH.iry to make an "extraordinary
oil'tr" to secure good agents at
once, but we have ci Deluded to make it to
show, not nnly our coiilidency in the merits
of our invention, but iu its. bj
any agent that will handle it with en'ergv".
Ouragent now at wmk a.e making froin
JloO lotliOO a month clear, and this fact
make it safe for us to make our oiler to
all who are out of rmploymtnt Any
agent that will give ur a thirty
day's trial and fail to clear at least $100 in
this time, above all can return all
good unsold to us and we will refund the
money paid for theui. Any agent or
Agent who would like ten or more
counties and work thou th.ough sub-agents
for ninety days, and fail to clei r at least
i7."0 abovetall expenses, can return ail unsold
and get their money back. No other
employer of agentii ever daictl to make
such oilers, nor would woifwedid not know-that
we have agent now making moie than
double the amount we guarenteetl, and hut
two sale a day would give a profit of over
$l'2't a uiunth, and that one of our agents
temk eighteen order iu one day. Our large
descriptive circular!) explain cur oiler fully,
and these we wish to send to eiverv one out
of implopmcnt tho will send us tl.ree one
cent stamps for postage, .Send nt once and
seeuie the agency in exliaonlinary oiler.
We would like to hitvo the addre's of all
the agent, sewing Machine solieitur and
carpen ten.' in the country, and ask any
leader of thit paper who 'lead this oiler,
to send us nt once (he iinint and address of
all Mich they know Address at once, or
jou will the best chance ever ollercd
to out of employment to maki
ItKs'.vr.it y.iKri'.m. mii.no Co.,
lilti Sinithiield St., Pittsburg, Pa.
Owiisie MarblB Works !
J. JI. HAWKINS,
Marble of All Kinds,
OltAXm.. FUEKSTONK, Ac.
Satisfaction guaranteed iu both prices
audwoik. Onhrs Mdiiilctl, otfli.
I 1 1 1 1 1 icspielfully announce In the
eitie.is of liwjug.vllhi' and Math cniinlv,
that I have just opened on Main strict, iu
the roiiiu funnel ly occupied by J. V.
Ilutcl.esou, a fresh and complete line of
staph' ami fain j grocclic of eveiv
I also keep a full linn of tinware,
toilet soaM, ele. Having acci ptetl the
iigeuej for llios. wall papers, I i
can Hiipplv this artii'li in any flyto and t I
the lowest liriivs f full line of snmpli
on hand hum which In sehel (ounto
si emu (fully,
l'.'m:t .1. M.liVl'l.'IILItrV, Agl.
J. P. McINTYRE'S
H SiCd a urnnil I
Al UlSiSU ItOOM.
Main slru'l, Ky., lu room
liiiuurly iHcupU'tl u a tin simp,
Warm Meals al all Hours.
ICE VHEAM IX tVv'.li'U.V.
.' 'M ."I IC A (JALIi
Tohiicco Culling, lloiMntr and Cui'lni
When tobacco is ripe enough to cut
it is indicated by signs in tho plant
Mint are mmjii lciuni'd by olwervntion,
hut which are 1 1 it I'd to be plated so an
inexpdiieiiccil planter can ullileivtiiinl
tlieiii. 13ut it l.i id' the highest importance
Mutt it should bo. ripe, n:i the
telil in quality and weight depend
largely upon this. Wc can only miv
to new planter., objervo clusely; nnd
when your tobacco lint quit putlinir
forth Hitckcr, niter two to each leaf
hit ve appeared and been removed, and
the color of the plant becomes slightly
yellow daplcd or spotted, the leaf
thickens ami becomes nnd brittle,
then yon nmy wifely cut,. We advie
splitting the stalk and hanging acros
the stick, and not spcurillg. About
nine o'clock lifter the dew is off nnd
the plant n little tough from the ."tin-shine,
cut a much tobacco as you can
bundle with cai'e and save from sunburn.
Alter it lay long enough to wilt
and not break in handling, carry it to
tho scaffold, or to the barn if volt prefer,
and bang fiomsi.x to eight plants
on a four. foot stick. It you scnflbld,
it is better-to have your scaffold nt the
barn, that you may be able to hurry
the tobacco under shelter if it should
rain. Five or six days is no long as
tobacco should hang on the scaffold in
good weather, and if theic be rain or
excessive heat a much shorter time.
Many of the best planters never scaffold
at all, but carry the tobacco from
the field and hang in the barn as they
cut it. Hang on tho scalfold so the
plants touch, say sticks six or sight
inches apart, but if you bang in the
bam plants niiiit not touch; sticks to
eight or ten inches apart. But as
your tobacco elites, if you need room,
you can More closer as your judgment
dictates, but never crowd too close.
We would advise building frame barns,
weatherboarded perpendicularly with
boards tuelvo inches wide and banging
every fotn th board on binges for
convenient ventillation. The first hang
ing tier should be five feet from the
ground, and all above that four feet
apart. Ifyvyir -have-. tnhiw t.. I..j.
tails and butts in the tier, u r to hung
close enough to exclude the air, as, by
either you incur the risk of a dark
cure or No fire i admissible
now iu em ing any sort of tobacco
except wrappers, and then only bylines,
except export darks and heavy
kinds. After this point is reached in
the crop good wenther will almost certainly
give a good, bright, sweet cure.
Hut if the weather be unfuvoiablo,
good judgment in the use of your
if you have them, is almost
all that can savo a crop unhurt.
A minister in Cleveland rode to
chinch hist Sunday on a bicycle. As
he suept up to the sacred edifice, a
large Newfoundland dog belonging to
one "f the deacon', enmo lumbering
out to greet the pastor. The bicycle
Ktruck the canine's head under n full
bead of steam, ami run him down
with a shock that could be plainly felt
with the naked eyo. The reverend
took n header and jammed his high
silk hat down over bis enis so tight
that he bad to crawl clear through it
to get out of it. Tho scattered leaves
of a seven head sermon (lew around
the avenue like u theological
The dog mado Home bowl
willi his wails, and attracted a crowd
of three bundled people. The
cout was split down the back, and
his trousers ripped aciots the knees.
Me pinned up the kticus ami ho had
to wear .i tack coat
the sioctou loaned him. When by
Denied iu the pulpit iu this garb the
congregation smiled, and whin ho an
nouneed his text, "Hut it was so; the
piie.sts had nut repaired the breaches,"
there wasn't a diy eye iu the coiivuii
tide. Ami now the question before
thu chinch is: 'Should the pastor ride
a bicycle lo church, or has tho deacon
a chiiotian light to own a dug. '
Do lint entirely neglect (ho bees
though no biirphib is being gathered.
Vtiy strung colonies, by some
having hut their qtieuu, will
dwindle very fast and senni full a
ptaj lu the win ins,
mil itmi MC4L tt at
Weed, in Bimiil brush set up bulbil)
the eiitraiicu of weak coluiiiea of bees
Will UaH! lliei.l III keeping II Wit)' loll
her, a limy dislike yeiy much io up
proach Mm eutiaiue by a winding passage.
I. ate cabbages ami caulillowura
need to bo kept lieu lioiii weeds.
Hour milk, clubber and butluiiuilk
aie cm but all kifid uf puiiltry.
He Came Td It.
The railroad who leaves
from any depot to Detroit must show
his ticket at the gate. The idea is to
keep lead heads off the trains nnd
prevt nt people from milking mhtakes
but il's a jioor (biy when a doen kick
ers don't show up.
Yuslcrriny milium) ii man with it
veiv, veiv iron jaw ami of ' width
between Mi.' eyes reached one ol the
gate with a pa -eel under either arm.
"In my pocket"
'.Show your ticket!"
"Can't you take my word Mint I've
got a tiekotV"
"l'lctipe. show your ticket."
"Am I a liai?" demanded the pas
"Ticket, sir; show your ticket."
"I'll be hanged ifl'do."
"All right; please stand back."
"Look n here," said the man with
the metal in his jaw. "I'll stay hero
a thousand years before I'll show my
ticket at that gate."
A dozen people laughed at him, but
he let the train go out and wallkcd
around with his parcels u derhisarm,
He got no consolation for a long two
hours. Then a chap with a battered
plug hat, run down boot nnd last
year's clothes, slouched up to hint,
held out a greasy paw and said:
"Pardncr, put it thar! Both of u
dead-broke. Both of us want to get
out o' here. Both of us got left at the
gate. Pardner, I'll toss up to see
whether you pawn your red whiskers
or I spout my old hat for two schoou
ers of beer!"
The wide-eyed man laid down bis
bundles and kicked the other with
such force that ho fell flat. When he
had picked hinit'lf up he walked
straight to the gate, exhibited his
and passed through with tho remark:
There it is there it i?! but I'll beat
the conductor or die with my boots
on!" Detroit Free Press.
A woman hastily entered a Harlem
.!auerJjeer.5iioi)ii and demanded of the
"Has my husband been in here today?"
"I don't know him. Is ho a tall
"Yes, and red complected."
"Wear a slouch hat?"
"He was here not five minutes ago.
He came in, drank a lemonade and
then walked down the street."
"Wrong man!" sho said, shootiug
herself out at tho door.
Ingersiill On Whipping Children.
If Micro is ono of you here who ever
expect to whip your child again lot
me ask you something: Have your
photograph taken at tho time and
let it show your face red with vulgar
anger and the face of the little one
with eyes swimming in tears. If that
little child should die I cannot think
of it sweeter way to sjwnd an a.itumu
afternoon than to take that photograph
andgo to the cemetery wheie tho maple
tiro clad in tender gold, and where
little scarlet runners are coming like
K)om of regret fiom tho ud heart of
the earth, and sit down iiu that
mourn ami look upon that photograph
ami think of the llosh matin dust that
you leat. Just think of it! I could
not wr to feci upon my lips when
the V ai'o withering beneath the touch
of death the kiss ot ono Mint i had.
Tho really highest rung men in the
West are the horse thieVea.
If trees et hist spring stiller from
druutght, mulch Micui to keep tho soil'
Wet grass is moru damaging tu
young chicks than Mm cold blast ot
upon skill only b actual o
. . 1
Worm ami beetle dn Tint injure
alfalfa, adding one muro to.jho many
items in its favor,
Make war on weutls and all trash
nlhiut tho premises It is hotter to be
clean than nick.
Phosphorus, nitrogen and potiuh
inc. the golden tripod on whluh rests
hi inn i iiii BM i
'Die Wrung Word.
I'licln liubp. tli old colored mnn
wlin does odd chores nrotltld tho poU
oflicc, received a registered letter tho
other day. It was addressed to Hon.
iveuben Hparks, ivq., alitl llfltl gono
the rounds of all the white digliitaiies
in the cily whoc name began with 5.
before it reached its lawful owner.
Wlii'li Uncle Itiihe was Informed lid
presented a beaming charcoal visage
at the counter of tho registry
There he was confronted by n
pretty girl, who was eating cnrrlniela
and sorting out grent bundles of let
"Yotl liiust bring solhC olio to idell'
tify you," she said, holding on to the"
"Which wluwl'tf doan' diskivcf
de nkrimony of your demrtrks, Mm."
"Why, wo want yotl identified."
"Pse been done 'dentified, Miss, in
de Bnptiss church."
"Well, bring sonic of the people to
identify you here. How do wo know"
you are the same porson this letter id
"Docs yotl inert! de vnxliitinshun,
The young lady toughed and Uncle
Reuben scratched his head. Another
young Jiuly took pity on old Innn.
"Undo Ktibe, bring in somo ono
who knows you who call prove that
yotl arc the Sparks the letter is for."
"Tiinkec, Alius, tnnkce,"snid Undo
Itube, bowing low, "I hah plenty of
foIkH to dn that." Then turning to the
first young lady ho said, reproveingly;
"Yob pernounced the wrong word dat
time, Miss. If you had sed
I'sc knowed wot yoh meant,
P.e ackustomed to select languish."
Detroit Free l,res'.
TooKicIi for "Uncle Dick's" Life r'lufd.
Richard J. Ogles by, ex-Governor
and Illinoi.-, is known
all over the wesvt as one of tho unlettered,
self-made, self educated, rough
and ready orators of America. Iu his
early days he was a Calif irnia gold
miner, and knows what it is to have a
bonanza, though bo never was very
"ricli IiTinsel." lie had bnruvn " -"""
at Deal Beach several days for hid
health. He came to New York tho
other day, and, white passing Dclmo
ico's Fifth avenue place, with a Now
York friend, ho happened to remark
that he had never been inside of olio
of those famous restaurants. He was
promptly invited to luuch there and
accepted tho invitation but when the
lad at tho cigar stand paed over a
lx of Havanuhs, from which to sc
lect, he said:
"How much aro these?''
"Twenty-five cents," said tho boy.
"Holy smoke!" ejaculated the Gov.
ernor, "put 'em back, quick."
"But Governor, this is my treat,"
put in his friend.
"Daresn'tdo it! daresn't do Itl Put
"Yes, but Governor--"
"1 tell you I daresn't tin it. AVhy,
man, it they should over find nut in
Illinois that I imoked a twenty five
cent cigar in Now York they'd turn
mo out of the church, and it would
ruin me forever. Daresn't
do it! Put 'em back! Ten centere plenty
good enough for me in New Yoik
ami five centers at homo."
And with this settlement of tho
question the) Governor selected such
a cigar as bo wanted and walkud
Cotton seed meal is excellent for
cows and sheep, but should never bo
given to pig nml horses.
!L LJ liil'J!
The hotter and drier tho weather
tho faster tho "puslcy grows." Hoo
up and feed to the pigs.
The principal scientific facts disoov.
ored an the following:
1. Tho North Polo llos due north of
New York. It was not discovered,
but its general direction was pretty
'2. That the North jkiIo lies in tho
U. That It Is an almighty cold iiciglrt
1. That nearly all tho animals .
there wear sealskin jackets thu jear
f). That elicit' signal otllccrs nro
somewhat unreliable caterers.
0. That when men cannot get food
thev starve to death.
7. That oxtieme cold proeluco frost
fi. That getting back is tho chief f
fun nnd ditlioiilty of Mm oxHxlitiim.
A mill built in IBoOis still ruuaiuj
in New liuiiditu, Conn.