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tn a glass of fcaer. a eup of coffee or toa, or In food.
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C, H. HAGEN6UCH, Druggist, Shenandoah
y, H POMEROY,
JOKING FOR A LIVING.
A Professional Jokor ou tho
erota of His Trade.
Men Who Write Jnko Under MelnncliolJ
Ctrcttmitanees Tho Origin of n l'a
moiM Csrtoon Ihe Men Who Stiff
geftt Idnas to tho Conito 1'npers.
Durlnfltlio pact decttilo ti oIam oi
tfRlnetl humorous writers has sprung;
j large enongh to supply all the
matter needed on the distinct! voly
comlo papers llko Puck. Judge and
Life ns wpll as tho humorous depart
ments In tlio various weekly, monthly
and dally publlcattons thnt set aside a
part of their simco for that purposo.
Many of these writers nro, to n certain
extent, knoum to the public, lint there
nre many who have contributed liber
ally to American humor, without ever
havlnff their names lu print. I refer of
course to men who make a specialty ot
four-line dialogues, humorous paro
graphs and suggestions for cartoons,
who are utterly unknown to the gen
eral public, though they may havo a
very high standing with editors and
How many times have I heard it saM
of this or thnt cartoonist: "He's just
brimful of bright, clever Ideas," when
I happened to know that the artist In
question never had an original idea In
hla life, and could do nothing but
embody with genuine artistic skill
perhaps the Ideas furnished hlra by
Early In Puck's history a certain "Misa
ltowiand" began to furnish in a delicate
feminine hand jokes, funny stories and
suggestions, for pictures to tho paper.
and so satisfactory was her work that
It waB decided to offer hor a rogular
salaried position In tho olHco. Tho offer
was mndo and accepted and, a deslc hav
llng beon fitted up for hor, notico was
given to the members of tho editorial
and artistic staffs that a young lady was
expected and that they must keep their
conversation within suitable Choster-
1 Tho next morning "Miss Rowland"
.arrived In tlio person of a man of un
kempt aspect and bibulous face, who
'wafted about him a distinct odor of
.strong drink. His name, he said, was
David Stuart Lloyd lie was the grand
nophowof Gilbert Stuart, the portrait
pa inter, and the husband of a pretty
: and clover woman whom ho had taken
Ifrom tho stage.
I Cloyd's nnmo is forgottn now by the
' few who evor knew it, but many of the
' cartoons which ho inspired are hold aa
1 raro treasures by those who are fortii'
nato enough to possess them.
J. W. Watson, tho author of "Beau'
tlful Snow," who died tho other day s
The Final Labor of Hercules.
HD PERSUADES A BSUVAOT 0101. TO 00 IMTC
tiid countoy ron inn summed
i wreck of humanity," was another fre.
quent contributor of pseudonymous
matter to tho comic paper. Ills mattet
' was' so bad that it was usually thrown
In tho waste basket, so ho resorted to
tho trick, years ago, of writing under
assumed names and disguising his
handwriting, but ho always betrayed
his identity by using gummed paper in
placo of envelopes in wlilch to enoroso
In a great many cases a cartoon Is tho
result of the work and suggestions of
half a dozen people, though tho artist
Is, of eourso, tho only ono who receives
any credit for it. A caso in point Is tho
picture of tho tattooed man, ono of;
tho most offoctlvo and famous of modern
Prior to tho campaign of '64, a woty
known comic weekly began to publish,
a series of pictures representing polity
leal shows, such as tho political beauty
contest, tho political minstrels, etc.
Bernard Gillam submitted tho rough
sketch of a political dime muooum with
various statesmen in tho garb ol
"freaks." In tills sketch David Davli
was made to figure as a tattooed man.
To this Mr. Schwarzmann, tho hoad of;
tho firm, objected on the ground thai
Mr. Davis was not tho sort of man tq
represent as tattooed. Ho suggested
Blaino as the host subject for tho tafri
tooing. In this view Mr. Carl Ilanser,
who had originally suggested tho cars
toon, acquiosced, and tho change was
accordingly mode. Mr. Ilauser was and
is still the principal writer of the Ger
man edition of the paper and haa sug
gested many successful cartoons.
It was then proposed to tattoo him
With "Bribery," "Mulligan Lettors,"
"Guano Statesmanship" and other
phrases, and Anally tho figure of Blaino
was given tho greatest prominence In a
ploturo ropres&iting all the presidential
aspirants aa freaks In a dimo museum.
The, cartoon mado a groat noise tlirough
out theUoijuntry, and It was largely on
abepunt It that Mr. GUlam was afterwards,'-
made tlio artistic head of the
Tho late Philip N. Weloh was almost
unknown to tho publlo until Jultan
Ralph's graphio and touoh'ing story oj
ihlsdeathlna New York paper awakened
an almost national Interest wblah ro
suited in the colleotion of 525,000 as a I
.fund for tho cducatiou of his children.
" J -"lAi i of e
flighest of all in Leavening Power.
I knew Welch well during tlio last
two years of his life He carried a
note book with him in which he used to
jot down all the bright things ho heard.
When a reached home he would work
over these notes into dialogues between
Dumley and Fentherly or other crea
tures of his brain.
A great many of tho eartoons and
"comics," as the block -and white hu
morous pictures are technically oalled,
are suggested by contributors who pc
seas a fund of clever ideas, but knovi
absolutely nothing of drawing.
To illustrate my meaning I will re
produce the original sketch of ono oi
Mr. Oppcr's recent suocesses. It may
not be out of place to remark hero that
no comlo artist in this country stands
less lu need of suggestions from out
siders than does Mr. Opper.
The rough sketch published here was
recolved in tho ofllco of a eolobrnted
How Ho Liked It.
New Yorlt Walter How do you like yonr
siean, Birr unrer
Lord Albert Hall Ah, nos plentiful!
comic paper and approved by thoso in
authority. Mr. W. C. Gibson, of the
editorial staff, suggested that it would
bo funny to have tho employer carry
tho servant girl's bng and baggage as
an evidence of his desire to conciliate
hor. Mr. Opper laid tho scene of their
destination in Lonelyvlllo, N. Y., c
placo already mado famous by his pen
cu, and skillfully depleted tho con
temptuous grins on the faces of tho oth
er domestics and the expression of won
der on that of the woman at tho desk
in Bhnrt. mado tho picture what it Is.
The late Mr. James Goodwin, whoso
untimely death occurred a short time
ago, although ho could draw a little
better than tho humorist who mado
tho sketch already described, still could
not gain membership in tho Royal
Academy on tho strength of Ills mer
its as an artist. Ha was indefatlgablo
as a maker of dialogues, paragraphs
aud other "short stuff," ns it is techni
cally called. Mr. Goodwin was a civil
engineer until about five years ago.
when he took up newspaper work aa
a temporary makeshift, and kept at it
until tils death because ho found it
much moro profitable than his old pro-
The comit, entitled "In Extremis,"
published herewith is made from a sug
gestion furnished by Goodwin, nndihls
uiiHUjui Ducicii in u tuir Buiupiu oi nis
Mr. John ICendrick Bangs, who has
been out on n lecturing tour in partner
ship with Mr. R. K. Munkittrick, haa
written and marketed "short stuff"
with moro industry and system than
anybody I cyer heard of. Ho has a
connection with every paper worth donl-
lng with, and writes his jokes on asbes
tos paper so that thoy will not got worn
,out beforo thoy aro disposed of. By
an elaborate and Ingenious system In
vented by himself ho can keep track of
all the matter ho has sont to various
offices for acceptance, and knows also
exactly where each joke or dlaloguohas
His business Is so largo and compli
cated that It was said ho would have to
appoint n receiver to wind up his affairs
and harvest all outstanding jokes, so aa
to allow him to devote all his time to
his lecture engagements.
.Besides thoso whom I have mentioned
there nro n great many writers of both
sexes who make a specialty of supply
ing "short stuff" to tho humorous week
lies. These contributions coino from
all parts of tho country and from all
NOTHING LIKE ITI
Blood is Oiiuker than water,
Mid moat be kepi pure to
ha ore good health.
Swiirr's Specific is natures ntavitf
Ua this purpose.
It nover to fails ctimnnte the imps
ties and build up the general hcaltlu
There is only one Swiftf s Spedflo,
sd there U nothing Viko It.
Bo sure and get the genntae.
Treatise on Bipod and Shin Diatom
Tho Swift Specifle Co., Atlanta, Oa
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889
ciasaes 01 penpio. oue iiumonn wua
has been quite successful with Jokes
Mrs. 111106110 What In tho world ore you do
Mr. Prunelle Since that fominlna oraie for
men's linen came tu, you've Indulged in It bop
Jnucu mat this la tho only thing 1 cn find W
about bunco-steerers and confidenco
men Is nn inmate of tho Stillwater
Btato prisorr, nnd is a man of very great
I do not know of any oalllng In which
genulno talent comes to tho front ns
quickly as it does tu this. So far from
thoro being a "rlntf" of favored eon.
trlbutors nearly nil of them are person-
nuy unicnown. to the editors who buy
a Handsome poli
A LEATHER PRESE
NO BRUSHING HEOI
Used by men. women and children.
Loolr at mr old chti
a uare just nnunea pai
A 10c. BOTTLE
will do half & dozen baskets,
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
PI IC -It ON beant ifloa other thi dri bepides baskets.
It makes a white elaea vaae any color yoa de
elro to match. It changes a pine table tc
walnut, a cane rocker to mahogany.
It stains paints lacquers,Jaimi8.
THIS SEASON FOR
Jimxa AT HAM),
Committeemen tdiould bear In
mind that tho Hehai.d olllce .
is prepared to do all hinds of
Poster Work I
at the most renKonahlo rates.
Give us a call and obtain our
prices. All work dene when
promised. aud In a satisfactory
The Old Court House!
July 31, 1891, at 10 O'clock A. M.
All the personal rioperly belonging to the
luutv ot Scluivlklll. lr the old CourL House
consisting of pattltlons, counter shelving,
steam hcatlnonnraratu In senrate harts.
tower, gas nxtiires. file ho ders, tabl , ohnlrs
ciock udu ueii iu uiu ui uouri iiouse
etc.. win rjosoia on luc premises
oagli of lottsvllle, anda'to at the
In ihe bor-
ana place me oiu iu in iiou
reservli.g the liHteuiul also the two large flat, i
or Hat stunee, oro on each entranco to the old
HAMUBJi O. 11BTU11K,
JAM15S J. 1IOWKS,
Ei.lAB K. It-KD,
Attest John b. bnydkr 7-U-td
If you contemplate
atte .ding Com jier
nlnl Beluml. It will
OU to Visit the UOUUKSTEH 1IU81-
JUS UNIVEIWITV hefoie d.oldlne where.
thouch vou mav live a thousand miles awav.
Itsiands at tho hoad of the list of commer
cial schools In Its chaiacter aa an educational
force, as a medium tor supplyluit the business
men of the country with trained and capable
aifl.tnuts, as a means ot placing ambitious
young men and women un the high ro .d to
sueceks, nnd tn the extent, elegance und cosl
ol IU equipment. ThoroughCOMMKItriAL.
I'OUhHK. The Twenty-seventh Annua)
Calnlocue will be mulled to any address,
WILLIAMS & ROGERS 'to.,er'
? bttelcet. Isn't It a beauty ?
iniirJK it mm
SOIYiE BACK CHAPTERS.
TUBY DARKEN THE PATHWAY
OF ALBERT EDWARD.
TJin CiHHAT MOItHAUNT SCANDAIs
The I'rlliee of Wale Wan CoUe-
respondent In H10 CJrent Drrorco
Cno Ho not Mlxttl Up In n Clil
public ftas just
that hia royal
of Wales Is a pret
ty gay Individual.
Case" will go
the tide of time
as tho one check
ered chapter In
the Prince's life
that has become
public. Such la,
however, not the
cpse. The l'rlnee
of Wales haa been
In court before. Newspapers. dMn't
publish so much about royalty then, so
lie didn't suffer greatly by the lah of
About a quarter of a century ago the
Prinee figured as a co-respondent in the
Mordaunt divoro case. It seems that
in 1800 Sir Charles Mordaunt. tenth
baronet, mnrrled Harriet Sarah, daugh
ter 01 sir 'luomas Aloncreure. Among
Lndy Mordaunt's sisters wero such
hollos of Queen Victoria's court ns
Lady Forbos, the Duohoss of Atholc;
tho beautiful Countess of Dudley the
wifo of the crazy hut rich old Earl,
now dead and Lady Muir-Maekeuzie.
In fact, the rare beauty of the Mon
crellTe girls quickly secured for1 them
eligible husbands, and was the subject
of talk in London's most select social
circles. In due course Lady Mordaunt
became n mother, and while still con.
fined to her room, her conscience:
prompted luer to confess to her h un
hand that fiho had failed in a wife's
loyalty to him. A divorce suit ensued
as a matter of cemrse, a suit rendered
memorable by the appearance of the
Prince of Wales as co-respondent.
the case came ou In the Court of
Probate and Divorco Teb. 10. 1870. In
tho summer of the previous yea a peti
tion was presented to the Judfl-o Ordi
nary for dissolution of marriage by Sir
Charios Mordaunt. I.adv Mordaunt
entered no ploa, and it was soon known
that the state of hor health was such
HI to make It mnttnr of nilnntinn
whether she was in a state of mind to
be legally competent to tako such a
uw;p. .ine.iuugo urdinary, therpfore,
having roason to beliovo that tho rep
resentations made on this hoad wero
well founded, directed a lurv t
paneled to try tho special issue of tho
sanity or Insanity of tho respondent.
uuu tins was tne question accordingly
submitted to their decision.
Tho O. C. said thnt. tl,
theories which might he held regard
ing tho condition of Lndy Mordaunt
that she was reallv disabled
sponsible, or that sho
those about her and playing n part for
the purpose of misleading linr nwn
nearest rolntlons. It wus said that Lady
M6rdaunt about April 30, 1809, hail
beon " suffering from a disease of tho
nervpus system, aiTecting the brain nnd
spinal cord, from which sho had con
tinued to suffer over since, Tho cltu
tlon was bcrved upon her at Walton
Hall on that day.
The case for tho petitioner was
opened on Fob. 18 by Mr. Sergeant Iial
lantino, who described tho confession
of guilt made by Lady Mordaunt after
the birth of her child to her nurbe, to
Mrs. Cadogan and to Sir Charles him
self. She said to her husband:
"Charley, you aro not tho father of
this child. Lord Cole is tho futher of
the child, and I, myself, am tho causo
of its blindness."
For a quarter of an hour sho did not
spoak. When she spoko again, sho
said: "Charley, I havo beon very
wicked; I have dono very wrong."
"I said" (repeated Sir Charles Mor
daunt in examination) " 'with whom?'
she 6ald. 'with Lord ( olo, Sir F. Johns
tone, the Prince of Wales and others.'
She spoke in tones of great distress and
remorse. I said nothing. I can't say
I believed her oven then, but my sus
picions were aroused. I had several
conversations with Mr. Cadouran, and
subsequently made inquiries which
resulted in the suit I Instituted.
When Lady Louisa came down.
I communicated to her what I had
heard from her daughter. I left the
house about April 4, and the last time
I saw my wife was on or about March
24. I was many days without seeing
her, and during that time 1 found a
number of letters from the Prince of
Wale6, some flowers and versos in an
envelope, and two hotel bills of the
Alexandra and Palace hotels. I asked
the lady's maid where the key was, and
i got tne Key ana opened tlio desk. Tne
letters of tho Prince of Wales wero in
the same envelope with what might ho
called a valentine.
Tho nubile Interest in thla trial
reached Its climax on Feb. S3, when
the Trince of Wales "voluntarily," aa
the newspapers sntd, submitted himself
for examination, and specifically de
nied that there ever had been any hn
ftjaper familiarity or criminal acquain
tance between hlir.self and Lady Mor
fUnnt, When tho Prince cam a to America ha
managed to get nlo an ngly scrape.
As the story goes ho met the younp;
wife of a wealthy Chlcagoan. After
tie rrmce s return to Enirlaml tins
v-oman's husband heir an suit for a
divorce. The Prince of Wales was
named as co-resrondent. Tho matter
was quietly suppressed and has only
traen urieny referred to at gatherings
in Chicago since, at which the lady was
prewnt. The divorce of course was
Katur?' triumph over dlwaw. Wltnotrtan equ.u,
nithuut a rival! After 800 years' experience in
r.-:zl. nnd two yean' medical test la tfaiaeounirr.
"Icnnwledired the Ant aad onlv tmrahr vaaretnlile
nud .(Tec.lve neutralltor and eradrcatorof cr r
mtit anil spernlc blood poisons mown, fro mm--rnl.
no failures, no relapses.
Have you a Pittsburyu,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work sati.acori
Do your Larrp Qiunivs
break? You prthe wron .!
The R'.tfHT ones are the
"Peap Glass." made
Geo. A. Ivtacbenh & Co., Pi . .-
ourgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
act m M H I wq
CHEAP AND STRONC.
20 other Mvlog 5-A Nt. r-Uv (o u;, .,
W.I. AVHKS HON ., I -ri t LA UELWl 1
fcioJci by all dtuMra. r""v
4h!fatt' RnlUI. 111. . .
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j"i hi i i.tzlS. :f
mi. a. T.fc
tatBp fur pn
lti.AraMi f a
T ill Lxu
nctrCLcaxleul Clk ,ti,' ' i 'u;t.
It Nasoninli .1 ,hae. Willi no lacks or an thrnn.l
.i " . . ' w iuai wi. aivii
ffii U''t'iinlnMliqid.i, the flnwt calf
iT.; sh vvr olftTrt equals French
imported stei wliloh cost froni S.iMto iiv.ilil.
SIS. SJl!Jt"ir,MEft'.,olr fi""'- Bn "'f,
lJZK"i?, !!0S eostlDtt from st, uu to S.La
2ELSlL.,KiSr'.rt n"'1"""' eRrthm Iluocalf,
SEfPlSl!; "92?"' V"1' Vl hvy "'reo solos, exten.
toil Mtt Otiu pnlr will wi .irojear.
tJJ B flao ruin no liettor shoeever orTercl at
this price 1 oue trial wilt coinhico tlimo
o wnnt a shoo fur comfort and service.
tBO 'is nnd b'i.OI) U'url.lim iiiiiu'h slio'3
7a nro : cry strong and durable. Those who
has i- riven thorn ti .trial will wear no other make.
BnUK1 Sii.OO 11111I Ml.7.1 school shoes aro
! ,r -f worn liy the l...y everywhere! they sell
fjntlielr merits, as tin- luereaslug sales show.
B Ssr3 IffiG 'LOO. llfiml-wowcil shoo, bcs6
ladU lta UtuiKola, very t j liht eiiuals French
Imported shoes cnstltiRfrom t.u) to 46.00.
Ladles' 'J. 311, S-J.dl) und SI.J3 shoo for
Misses are tho best tine bongola. styllshaud durable.
t'uiltlon. See that W. L. Douglas' name and
price aro stamped on the lmttom of each shoo.
W. L. D0U0IAS, Brockton, Mais.
The tjwut rellnbl t1 luoeraiful
I UUki lor aDdiMMet ofbLfe
TlfKR1 blnehea.rimrlM. flora
UouLti.Tlirutt, Jrrlttlia, 8eU
iti JolH'iiiLitljns), Kleiner
ItiHil ltr.Loit riiillty, Weik hiok,
DTiueMU. Yiti. UelincbolT.
Vukncia DtUIHr, Tmr(r I Me DmrrftndDeeay.&triature
all dlifaiea rem' tin 1 from youih'gi err-.ri or frm arcrverk
OldsYouns or Middle Aeed lou unffinoy loDr,
Br If cerialu, noaiptriment 1 hv-fltterythlnf kaoirQ t
bo matter wlo failed relief at one
ii.v.isviciii- ituicstDD viMGiiia aanmicu
Freflli cum eartd ta
laud, France and Aoitilb, a -tiriifloate and dlplotDM pro?
tod U Tera rractfrnl r Tpirlrocc 10 000 oaaa urd yearly.
Cl 1 K Of Ifl wl' 1 e taH to an a lrertlalBf (loctor, who
CllUfUUU anproT si s.talakltt, koo-ledit and
at perletiee and who can ahow ji nunr pUrata pernatieBll
ared m lean after quaoks aad mlvertle,n doctor bail
rataedlbem. Send So a lamp for book "TBDTH" and a worn
tmtmooftlarxpotluf quark. ar,l ad ,ei tl.loi doctor wlttt
their fate nd fraudulent gimranofi hn-l lootraioalalB, thelff
iperleooe.tticf don-t irjsarn aud ttlr .cbenie of nfuadlDt
ataar or frUtiilly Ulki ant rhe(r Cieap ud wortbloaa drttsie
Britber rf which oi'rea
I u deoy aad ratoll
in ruto ortboueaiiila
Bverr dv froni u A :
iuiti.it urner aopae,
. iiusatof. Wednesday
in Su lava from 0 to It. TH
and Saturday V tilnpri fr
MiMeuows, teo Wtciui
Kheamatlim nnlu ni.Hw..s.j i.w..9
tuw. nanumt ior ib oy au uraaaiaia. '
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN Till! DAMS !
Belonging to the
Shenaudoab. Water Company,
and all parties caught violating this notloo
I'roHectttcd ns TrcBpnsscra.
lly ordor of
tAi&im!Z.2ma C"r w- I" DoiiirliiB Shoes.
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W TAKE NO SUH8TITUTE.
WHY IS THE
W. LB DOUGLAS