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aimjwtofaliellawlny'amriTnaoSand Mrer Pill", Mrenla,
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K. A. HUltNBTT,
TDMifber and I'rourletur.
Early in tho siniiiiKir in mills f 18.rC
a tall, spare ami ratla'r stM-ily iinliviiin
11 1 entered tho town of .Souih Charles
ton, Ohio, and uoiiolit work as a jour
oey man printer on tlio Mutulurtt, at
that tinio tho only journal in iho place,
llo had none of ilio uvidenceij of pros
perity. On tho eonlrary hU eloihoii
and e-cneral apiiuai'aiiL'o indicated that
ho wa:i in tho sumo condiiion of many
of his brethren Uisioil," brokeu and
deplorably liard mi. lie secured work
on tho paper at a salary ot livo dollars
a week, and settled down to dream of
contentment in life. This was Charles
F. lrowne, bettor known us "Artemus
Ward," who subsequently gained rec
ognition as tho first American humorist
and whoso tour through England, mado
under bitter disadvantages, gained him
self and his nation a reputation for wit
even among tho sluggish intellects of
Jn his biography it Is loid that lie
grew discontented with his homo in
isew England, and camo westward
with the tido of emigration. Hearing
rumors that lie had once lived in South
Charleston, a Kcws reporter took occa
sion to visit that villago and learn tho
facts connected with tho case. Ho was
directed to Mr. liusseli liecder, a re
tired grocer, as tho person most likely
to bo informed upon tho subject. Mr.
Keeder is a gentleman well advanced
m years, but wearing nis ago well. Af
ter a few unavoidable pleasantries
touching tho weather and crops, tho
reporter proceeded to question him
with regard to his knowledge of the
" ero you
iicquaiutoJ with Arte
or rather, with Mr.
"Yes; I was his closest friend, llo
stuck typo just abovo my grocery, and
in that way wo became acquainted. Ho
was with mo moro than anyone else
"Do you remember and can you give
description of his physique?
"Let mo think a minute. Ho was
tall, nearly six feet, I believe; ho had
bright eyes, a konian nose, a very gen
erous mouth aim was 01 a Uirht com
plexion. He was not aliandsomo man,
:iud ho was n i ugly, but ho had a gen
"lou say he camo hero rather pov
lesjandhe left that way, too. I
don't think he had anything when ho
came Lore, and I know ho went away
worse oil' yet. Ho got $4 to $5 for set
ting typo on the Standard, but that did
not pay his expenses. Ho was m debt
al, the lime, and ho lelt owing f 00 to
the lady whom ho lived with. I re
member that he wanted to go away,
but hadn't a cent and couldn't get
any, so wo raised a sum Jn my store
and enabled iiim to leave Cuurleston.
If it hadn't been for our generosity ho
wouid probably have stayed there
until ho received help from other quar
ters." "So ho left a debt of sixty dollars
"Yes; but about tho close of the war
ho returned and delivered a humorous
lecture in Charleston.. Tho next day
ho came round, visited us all, and paid
what he owed. 1 .suppose he was get
ting a hundred dollars a night then
quite a jump from four dollars a
"Did you observe his great
of humor while ho was here?"
"I never met him in my lio but he
had some joko to get oil'. He was al
ways laughing, and his genial manners
mado hiiii a favorite. 1 can't remem
ber any of his jests now, as it is twenty
years siuco I saw or talked with him."
"Can you give mo any further remi
"While he was here," continued Mr.
Uecder, "ho had a partner, or compan
ion, whoso uamo I cau't now remem
ber. Thoy did tho work of tho ti'dnd
ard, as tho proprietor was geuerally
drunk. Gelling tired of tiiis they
watched for a chance to get even wilu
tho old man. Perhaps ho overworked
them loo much, or refused them tin-it
wages; anyway they determined to ro
rone themselves on him for some
thing. One evening the owner and ed
itor of tho Standard got on a glorious
drunk. Ho became loud in his general
joy, and, ns usual, left everything to
lirowno and his partner. After his
day's work, tho future Artemus Ward
sat down and composed sonio horrible
jokes on tho absent proprietor, ridicul
ing him for his empty head, and pre
senting ludicrous pictures of his drunk-
en antics. It was published in the form
of a handbill, ami scattered broadcast
over the streets of South Charlesion.
It was a euro for the proprietor. Tho
Standard soon changed hands, and not
long after llrowue left."
"Perhaps ho left in obedienco to tho
laws of health?"
"No; his employer took it in ihti
nroper spirit. Tho reason of Browne's
leaving was his unsettled disposition,
lie always wanted to travel, mid it was
tins desiro that took him, when so
young, to tho lecturing held."
"Is tho house standing yet whoro ho
"Yes; here, I'll show it to you."
Mr. Kuoder, inllm-ncud either by a
Fplrit of accommodation or a desiro to
seo his qiv-siioner somewhere else,
pointed out the building. Tho reporter
followed tho directions, and found tho
historic oi l house at tho cornerof Main
aud Chillicotho streets. It is a sub-star-Ami
frame, looking considerably
belter for a recent coat of paiut, and
hearing few traces of Its cxtromo
In the second story tho immortal hu
morist worked at tho case, and dream
ed perhaps of Ids future fame. Ho was
known thou only us u witty fullow, a
genial companion and generous friend.
Atthls llino ho was just twenty-ono.
iwo-thirds of his lifo had passod away
UAlliO BUkLKTlbf; TUESDAY AKHtmNU NOVEMBER U. mi
and ho had yet to make his fortuno
Uut from this tinio his star was In tho
ascendent Ho ontored upon his duties
its au editor, and his rise was swift and
sure. Ho continued in this sphere un
tu 1110 jociuro neiu opened for him a
widor roputation aud better emolu
mcnt. As a wit his humor was dis
tinctively American. His manner went
l ir towards this end, and whilo pos
M'sslng vast powers of sarcasm and
in my, his shafts wcro so barbed that iu
his whole lifo ho nover made an ene
my." During the stormy sconos of tho
'ivil war his pon was active on tho sido
of iho union shown particularly in his
Interview with Jefferson Davis and his
picluro of Richmond after tho e vacua
ti n. His powers wore tho gift of na
ture, receiving no education except
what tho occurrences of ordinary lifo
afforded, lirowno died at tho early a;:o
of thirty-0110 whilo on a tour through
England. Tho remains woro brought
across tho Atlantic and laid beside those
of his father. His works havo taken
their place among tho imporishablo off
spring of genius, and will coutinuo to
leave tho impress upon tho humorous
productions of his successors. Rising
horn a moro compositor to tho fore
front of American humorists, it is but
natural tho South Charleston pooplo
should feel proud of their follow c'iii
r.en, although a generation has passed
since ho lived among them. Spriiy
kid (O.) ud.11 .i.s.
A Fancy Sketch of American Uii-K
Tho London World has invented a
quito uuiquo monstrosity which it is
pleased to call "tho uncivilized Ameri
can girl," and which it describes with
a wealth of inventive fancy that must
mako other penny-a-liners green with
jealousy in part as f dlows: "I5y the
uncivilized American girl is meant tho
girl who has not done Yewropc. She
has ucver been out of her own New
York or Boston; sho is unspoilt by
Paris; sho is a fresh Yankee, with all
her nativo raw material glaringly ex
posed. Sho is generally very pretty;
nor complexion is dazzling, her eyes
arc bright and brilliant, her little foot
and hand ravishing, and her figure
flight and slim as a wand of willow.
Mako her speak (sho won't want much
making, by tho by) and her voice is
harsh and loud, her accent is outrage
ous, ana her nasal twang unbearable.
Sho has an immenso amount of fun in
her (that is, if you got hold of a good
specimen to study); she has plenty of
wit and shrewd qiaint humor, and sho
is never at a loss for something to sav.
Sho is a romp at heart, and loves a bit
of hard llirting dearly. Sho is not
very accomplished; but sho knows
arithmetic well and thoroughly appre
ciates the value of money. Sho always
talks loud, as if sho thought vou were
deaf, and always in haste, ns if an ex
press train waited for her just one min
ute and no more."
Tho plan upon which this ingenious
writer has constructed iho straugo
creature ho describes is not at lirst ap
parent, but 0110 soou discovers that his
method is simply to describe what En
glish girls are not. The American
girl, for instance; is described as being
I'il-li, uuu 11 uiuru is one luing inai
every observant traveler in England
knows, if 14 that English girls, ns a
rule, are exceedingly plain; tliat their
hands and feet are those of "the
daughters of tho. plow;" and their fin
gers, so far from being "slight and
trim as a wand or willow, are as ut
terly devoid of any poetic or graceful
trirancss ns it is possible to imagine.
From princess to bear maid they are
full and solid of ligure, "stout jjeef
ealing wenches," as old Marlow called
them in his day. As for fun, an En
glish girl that understood a j ike much
more 0110 who could commit the 1111 par
celled imprudenco of making one
A'ould bo looked upon as hopelessly
mad ami consigned to bedlam without
furdiur ceremony. What would bo
dono with an English girl who display
ed nnything resembling wit, it is whol
ly unnecessary to inquire, since tho
supposition is in itself incredible; and
the intelligent man who ever encoun
tered an English girl with anything to
say which was worth hearing, has "yet
to bo discovered.
"Absolute dignity of manner is un
known to tho American girl," proceeds
our wiseacre, meaning by dignity, wo
presume, that dense and awfuT stupidi
ty which gives tho uverngo maiden ic
English society tho air of being carvou
out of an illy made suet pudding, badly
overdone. "She," he continues, work
ing his portrait of the ideal creature
ho is amusing himself with depicting,
"cannot walk slowly to save her life.
She skims along tho street liko an im
portant little water wagtail, very pret
tily, but always more or less fussily.
The days of her lifo pass iu novel
roading and llirtation and sho herself
is a curious com pound of cood nature,
cynicism, nllection, worldhness, tender
ness and cunning; and with all her
good points considered as favorably as
Possible, she is never quito a woman."
Wo jrrant that tho being that - our
World hack has conjured up is "never
quito a woman," any moro than Mad
amo Toussaud's wax figures are quito
uuiuan. 110 u-j not understand the
novel-reading imputation strayed into
the tirade; certainly America is not
tho country of the universal circulating
library and tho three volunied novel;
but we cannot fall to regret that the
subject of dress is passed over. Pro
ceeding on the plan of making tho
American girl whatever the British
maiden is not, what a splendid oppor
tunity was here neg!,.ciea of describing
nir girls ns dresved stylishly, richly
ind in good taste, three rather deslra
bio qualities as utterly beyon l the En
glish girls' reach ns In" the power of Hy
ing or of walking in any way but. with
a stolid and substantial traiop! :o.i!.
lioston Mai l: "N , tnv paternal pro
genitor is not in." (Jailor "I am uno
of tho depositors in his bank, which 1
hnd has suspended payment. Can vou
iM 4110 where your father is?
authorities became cognizant of consid
erable reliypoihecalion on his part and
conveyed iiim to a protoplasm," "A
what?" "A protoplasm." "What in
the nanio of Webster Is thatP" "If
you will glance at Worcester you will
tind that protoplasm sl-nilKvi 11 tell."
During tho Inst live years New York
ers in Purls purchased ;7,:',0J(J worth
Monday Evunino, Nov. 10, 1884.
Tho weather is perfect but canuot be ex
pected to hint much longer, iu fact frost
and ice and biting winds are now past duo
and likely to bp paid at any time with com
Tho market is flat but bIiouM improve as
tho excitement over the election news
abates and permits the sovereigns to think
of business again. 1
FLOUR-Full stocked and flat. No do
mem) outside of small orders.
HAY Wo note a fnir demand for the
better grades with light receipts. Com iron
is plenty and dull.
CORN There is some inquiry and small
OATS Receipts jite light and tho de
mand im. derate, with uo improvement in
MEAL Very dull and lower.
BRAN Scarce and in good demand.
BUTTER Dead dull. Overstocked with
country and little derinuid fur sny grade,
EGGS-Maiket bue nod the di-mand
very active. (
CHILTvENS-Full stocked and dead
dull. Market ulu'tud: no demand.
APPLES Steady and unclnnged.
POTATOES Movement light.
GAME -Is 'irrivirg freelyand finda fair
tfales it nil Quotation..
'. E.-Tfcf p-ir-;i lierj iven am tor hhIit Tr..
hard In round Iota. Al -lvn, ,
ctiawd for broken lotms ! lllnco (li ra.
'.00 Mi's varl us grades
....4 0021 u;
1-1 1 Mill chot. e
l i bids fancv
ltiO libls ei:ra fnucy.'. .,
i curs choke 'fl-i.olby amall bale..
i cnr trlrt prime
4 earn cllt edce
3 e irs choice ,
1 cor mixed
3 new White In bulk.
Mixu . iu bulk
7 i m In bulk
i care in bulk
cur choice bcav
n-'ler!1. . . .
XI Mils P
I'! M is City
30' i pounds country mix. d...
M'i ponnda ebole j dairy ...
Jl iound fancy eieamery..
r-(j pound h cboire
00 i.poliuda cooking butter..
3 coops larifi- younx and bus..
liCOOpHC Olr.e mixed
Scoops iiii-diu-i youuu
.1 5't-4 no
Wild duekn per dor,.,
W'lld turkejs each...
(jiiHlls per do...
enlsou saddle . .
Faccy Men Davis Si Home Beauty per 1 bl 2 iiO&'J 75
Choice Wine 8ap per bbl...
Potntocs. per bimuel
5 1 10
Potatoes per bill
TU PICA L FKUIT-
Oranges, per bbl
Oraniiu' pur box
Lvniooa per box
ON II NK.
Cbolce per barrel,
.1 75' 00
Choice per liui-liei
Pur 1U0 choice.
7 1,0 ib
n bv. allied
I. A HP.
Hi.cU- t;' .
Fancy Canvasi-ed I Pun ,
( lur Hide- ,
ii hui-liel h irU t
ft bushel "
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Dry Hull . ", , ' , ,.
Oroun Hull .' ' ,.
Plum Oroifii .'.".' ;
Hhuup I'ullB.ilry " In
Nhnep Pi-lln. -mi '"...' iv";'i
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viir.'c.ime in 17! M r,
Helena, Arli 15 -m 4!)
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Natch-8 ) .,.5 4u w
All oilier wav iiolntii
below .Mi-nipfiU f
'cwOr.Hi.s -jr. aj 5'l
tiTDo it YoiMseif. Wiih
Dyes any I t-iy cm get its god
the best piui tic d dyer. Every
runted tnin to mum and mimiiiIo-
ll'i.tiitnls'iii iV; Co.,
Oponlnj 0cRi!)f 1,1334; Closing Maj31,IC85
i-Noia tu a Aisric a.1 or thx
United States Government,
Ap;iruyruted by the General Government.
Contributed by the Cili.cn of NrwUr leant.
n it, J hy Mexico.
0 bv lbs State of I.ouiiana.
Apj-rojiri itid hy the City of New Orleans.
From &0C0O to $25,000,
v Inritiinerjble Sutea. Cnir
J i oii-.);: Counliiri,
ioy in tit Vr on rorinta'l
Co .' :-. ot ti oiJ.
T ,t Ss'nhlt. the B'gijest Building and th
b . -j: t In Itislt ial Eunt In th
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Cavi-ats, Ite-lHKiicn and Tra !eMiir);s sccti-.-d. and
all other iHt.-iit iiiicc B iu the I ai- nt Olllce and
beloru the Court protupily and carefully attended
t'pjn receipt ofinoil.-l - r sUvteli of Inviintlon, 1
niuke rureful exniiilinition. and advise a to
put- ntahllitv Free of Charc-i.
KKKS MoDKK TIC, mi I make NO CHAUGE
I N LESS PATENT ISSMTHF.U. Iiilormution,
advice ami sjiec al reb-r nc- - cent on application
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lTloe 1. nt dniirRlula, or
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Makers, box li 4 1 8 Paw lurk.
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Tor ante by nil first-class un Dealers.
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