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FITTERS The Abilene Rsfiedor la probabljr happy. It's man Martin was elected district delegate to Chicago. -DUC.CKS - Tire Greenback National Conven tion, in session at IndlanapoUa.Thura- day, nominated General B. F. Butler for President, and General A. M. West, of Mississippi, for Vice Presl-deni. t. W. Ii felMll, Pint lHelrM. aoa Miller. SeeesJ UhirhH, 1). IIatBMrrer,Tblrd INelrM, Jineph Harceat - Je Meere. ... tHef Fre J. a IIuahHea 1. F.Sopple .... . F L. Wearer County CotaolMisntri. CetiDtTClrk Coaalr Attorarj ShtrUt -Treasortr .Befitterof Deed -Coastf Sarreior L.A. Patbv. SaperiBieodeBtaf PuVUc School Dr. J. B. Breter.. Coroner Junilhio Wearer... Frank Ferlte-.. A. P Coia K. N. rlteirav. Tera AaietMaM J. II. Preatait.,,, - JuJjeofPrebal Court (3erk of Dtarkt Coart .. RenreMntatlre SUle Senator -Jedf Dtetriet Conrt OFFIOIAIi CITY DIBBOTOBY. K W Oher ..Mtor - "'g'-y- 8tatlenerjr, Faaef Articles, Blank Books, Wall Ktytr, TojsKCcBtc. Ever Broncbt hla aeellon or tb Country. wgfiBMfflWMm j -ilron-and Isestd Pipe TSxaa CaJ-ood -i&ac SaUeripUana ractlrad far th leailag Wfcr aad Uonthl Paper and atatatlaea. Dal 1 ienu. FlntWaM-T7ter)iHier, O.A.W Boa. Sreesd wtnl-Jw. WaUefftr, Wm Hogben. TWrd Wrd-I O. Wl(ht,A. B. DltklsMa. FtNirth Ward-W. P. (Mtfcert, WHH BrUtol. U.H. TWille, Manhal W. D. lUJeHff. Treuarer V A. UHJer. CMf Altorner A. BenJI. PeHeeJudee K. n. Boven. ,, flrrr W II.Rha9r At. Ulne Bead Orenerr .(-Mefof Fire Departnint xixiEKior asiaDortitcATMX. Pint KVrJ-J ILUrhasaaadVl. F.Safle. Sretnd Hcrrf JeeathanWearer and C. Eter hrJt. AW HWJ-W. B. Flaaden and R. A. Lorltt Horrt Karrf-CS. Cenrad and E. U. (HhU. JaI Terra-err X. Wlben and J. SI Ander KAILROAD TIKE-TABLE. G. A. SOLBERG. mmm mmn kwmm. Frencb ait iiim Mm. Garmeota JfBde, Cut and Order from Ibe HlenlFt IROS7 FITTIIff Gr& Of e-wery descilpttest. Estimates promptly made in all work per taining to Water Fit ting, from connecting main to hydrant, to fit ting up homes with wa ter in the best of mod ern style. Alsotake con tracts for0tive Wells. Gov. Glick, In making his speech before the late Democratic State Con vention, did not tell them bow his prophesy bad proven true: That prohibition bad and would kill Immi gration. A railway mall schedule has been perfected between the United States and the City of Mexico. The trip from New York will be made in six days 23 hours, and from the City of Mexico In seven days and one hour, the distance, between both points be ing 3,740 miles. DECORATION DAY. J(i observance in Saline County. ATaYPSOit n!u.-cBsurrsBY. Ben. Butler In a delegate from - J Massachusetts to the Democratic National Convention. He was also a delegate to Ibe Democratic com n tlon which met iu Charleston in 18 00. If Butler is consistent he will go in for the wan for whose nomination he was so'entuusiastic twenty-four years ago Jefl" Davis. Two years ago, says the Inter Ocean, the Democrats and Independents car ried 1SS Congressional districts. In thirty-five of these districts pluralities were under 1,000, and in ten of the thlrty-flve pluralities ranged from 10 lo2S9. To regain the control of Con gress, the Republicans must retain all the close districts they carried In 1832 and carry thirty-six districts which In iuai year went uemocrauc. Willi a strong candidate for President, with the party united on main Issue, they ought to be able to do this. The nomination for President, however, will have great Influence in deter mining many Congressional contests. LATEST STYLES & FASHIONS 1 uii. RVaVant. Bufcenl. N'oIMarrlreat40r.M. Xejetarrlrei 11.34 A.. Ne.lSS do 6.18a.m. NoJM do SlSr.M. Xo.Ul da M9A.X, Xa.Ut do StOr.M. No.llJ da 4.1 A.M. No.111 do 6.111 r. at. Ns.llS da 6.00 r x. Ko.Uf da 8-SOa. . Ne.li; do K.Hr. . Na.118 do MJr. iauica a 9trrHwijTiax. No 1 U deprt 7 M A. x. So. 1 U arri ?e 843 r. X BUSINESS CARDS. J. G. MOHLER, ATTORNEY AT - LAW, HAL.INA, KAKSA. Ofir on Arii St., between Hh aad lh ttreeU c. vr BANK JOilFBHOOBI. BANKS& MOORE, -- "W YEES. YBTILLiiraellee In all eeart In th SUU of Kinu. Speeltl attentien rtren to col IcetWe HeeSHl.3asdt,KlhBfMk, SALINA KANSAS. IT Grood "rerlc33L.y aTotto. Shop on Santa F Arenn. two danrt asath oi A HiftBMni. Oker Cra 23. faullsner, RELE TATE.L0AN, hi Ianiiici knit, Money to Loan an Approved Seal E tate Security at the Lowetl Jtatet. We keep oa hud a tall line of SHELF HARDWARE Iron and Wood Pumps, Landretb Garden Seeds And all kind of Field Seed. Arrleuharil Bicnt, and w are arent for Imp J. W. JENNEY, ITomeojmthic Physician AXD RUBQEON. OOe ta FtMteSiee Block, Iran Arnae, SaUbb, Ejuj. SfweUl atteallen riten to dlsaaiea ot women aadehaMren. E. .R SWITZER, M. D., (tlrstlcate orSfeQUl ITnlTeralljr, Mon treal, Canada.) OFFICE In Oemmerett! Bteek-erer SaaerH boet aad boe atare. ReiMrce vet end of I rea Arena. J OHN J. GEIS, Notary Public and Conveyancer Office orer WhHehead A Seanuaa Baoktton, SiHna, Kibu. DR. R. E. HICKLES, f-VKNTIBT. nneOoUfiftlcpaipeHiHT. Aril Xf SeUlteeUonCeVuleSaTBsbberaadMttiUle Plate. NHroa Oxide On admlnliUred rr the pxlnlea extiaetlBr of leelh. Office In Kethe Block, (apataln) Comer Haati. e uv wa ATtaan. Inrurance wrlttn In th foHowlor aolld Com panl. Inanrxsr Co. North America, axaeto, 183071 UrerpooU London AOtob..... do 3U20.IUS NartbBrlUtb AUercAatll..... do lOjlle NUrxra do l,TS0.ea Unaerwilten Arencr. do ijSMfiSt Conntctlent do 1,T81SS Citj Prsjerfy for Sale on Easy Tens Walter A. Woods' Ywieie Binders. MOWERS, REAPERS. &0. JOHN A. BEANIFF. A'ccorjr Putttc. B. P. CRAVENS Hotary Pullll DESCRIPTION. Front Street-Lot No. 8, K, I J, K, -9. SO. 45, U, 41, 43,t,M.51.K.M. Second Street LeU No. IS 19 57 S3 SI (3 77 78 Third Strttt-Lota Mom. IS 17 U IS 41 U 1X2. Foarth Street Lot No . 18 IS 5! S5 S U 3S36 37S343B3MSSeeS7C3eSea737577 11 177 19 149 ITS. Firth Street LoU Ho. I01X9SaS3S3347S9a M S3 )flU flU. SxbU F Amn-Uti No. 17 09 74 nil ft TS IS tT9 iI31 Ut. Setenth Street Lot No. 1 3 C 7 S 10 11 189 171 173. Klrnth Street Lot No. 6 40 41 65 M HI. Pin Street Lot No. II. CosntT- Puk Lot No.I Bark AaMJUon-s, lot t Bad lot X All snwU lot ta Phillip Beceiat Addition: alia lot In Job and Calkls addition. F. M. SCHHEE, BENTtST. rarUeaUr atteatiea gtrea U the preeemUea ot nxtaral teeth. All Work Warrant! RndCharrea Bea enables Offic la A. F. Shut" BseVUsc. next door to Bath ASoa'tore,EAnU F ireau. WILHARTH & GILBERT, Architects & Builders Are prepared ta nnderUke baeUinf at aaede crlptUn. Siepon Iron Ateaoe. Srtt deor eaat a A. Nalr A Ce ' Plow Faetarr. SHnl. 0. T. HILTON'S Livery. Feed 6c Sale Stable, Nanta Fa Arena, Molina. D.M. Gillespie, M.D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE AND BBt)WCE: Seathwret corner rf Ninth and Seath atreeta. Xj . 3ST ID S: NiNK.. .. .. NEJNVV, tNE....L.. SE4NWI .... Ni8W?:;;.:. Slfc:-:.r- Ht X aerea Sw. . jerlion R lewnihlp 13 ranir n do do da do do do do da do da do do n 3D c as c a 4 S li do d do do da do da da da do IS do IS do It do It da IS d II do II do JS da 14 do 17 dj le d It do Abo IaimU in Lincoln, Ottawa Dlokhiton Ootmtit. and BRANIFF & CRAVENS. Attorneys at Law AND I1EXEBAI. INSDRANCE& LOAN AGBNTS JCone but the moil Reliable Insurance Oompanie Represented, and Alt Ltmetpald at tMt office. OaVia la Potteffice block. SaUaa. Feed & Sale Stable. nrmrrlf 'JTUliSOA' STABLE," Corner (Santa F Ave. aad Elm Street J. T. CLINTON, Proprietor. The Democratic State Convention selected the following delegates to the National Convention : At Large Geo. W. Ulicfc, Thomas P. Fenlon, V. C. Perry, and T. J. Hudson. .Rrrf Dlhrlei.EA. Carroll, Leaven- wonu county, u. i uurns, Atclii son county. Second DUtrid W . C. Jones, AJ leu county. B. J. Sheridan, Miami county. Third DMrM -C C. Black. Cow ley county. A. MatbetvMiii, Itbette county. .ttmrtA Dhtrlet.H. K Norton, Ly on county. John Milelmm, Shawnee county. Fifth Dittriet.E. A. Hallowell, Republic county. A. H. Martin, Dickinson county. Sixth Mttriet. John Soliyler, Ellis county. J. H. SchatTer, Jewell coun- Seventi DMrict.W. F. Petlllon, Ford county. D. F DleiTenbacher, Barton county. Koxbury has organized a Post of the G.A.R., wlthCapt. A. C. Spllliuau as commander Elder E. RIchey, of Hopklnsvllle, Kentucky, is visiting with Elder iY- U. Garnelt, of this place. Mr. Thos. Tinkler had 62 sheep sheared, the average weight of the fleeces of which was 12 pounds I The tax-payers should bear in mind that It is not the law enforcers who make the costs in the liquor cases, It Is the law-breakers and their friends. Hon. T. D. Thacher was perfectly delighted with the country, upon his trip to Gypsum creek last Friday. Well might he be, for a handsomer country cannot be found. We have passed east along the U. P. a great many times, but we never before noticed so many trees. Down about Sallna, Solomon and Abilene It begins to look like a " wooden coun try. " and Junction City is absolutely enveloped in a forest Jtuell Record. An opinion prevailed at Post's grove last Friday that the orator of the day was Judge Thacher, candi date for Governor. It was soon dis covered, however, that it was the State Printer, an abler and much bet ter man than the Judge. At a banquet given last week Wed nesday In Abilene by the new Com mandery of that place, Jacob DeWilt, Grand Commander, was assigned to respond to the toast of "The Grand Commander of the State of Kansas," aud Sir Cbas. A. Hlller to the toast of our "Wives, Daughters aud Sweethearts." It has been pretty well demonstrated of late tbat the responsibility of the enforcement of the prohibition law lies entirely with the county attorney. When he Is opposed to its enforce ment nothing can be done. When be Stork cared for al reasonable rate, and aatlilac-1 Is In Its lavor.thougb the other onlcers ilengWtn. nuv be imttiat It. still lionn iw.n For Sale or to Rent. W0 Acre ef Land la SaHna eeuatr. Kirvw .nwlf (tetian 31. tewmhip . ; street. H Addm. JOHN F.UACE.JK., Maraaett. L. S., JHeh. FOR SALS! NaoiberlHS. Slaeretxmu S. C. SERVILLE. lCf0l?J.8, ?? " Cnun Painter. N.M FHIh BWt,8slfaa Kasaaa. Pacific House! retries & Postlewalt, Preps. Oppoatt the Coart Bsoe. Saliaj,Xaa. 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S.eesdoKn. do I.J90 do da 4JS80 do do- HO do d 1,3tO do do- 3.300 do d 1,800 d do eso do do- 1.000 do do lSD d do- 800 d do 3.109 do do- 3,400 d do- 10 d do 1,300 d da 300 d do 7M d do- 1.809 d do- 100 d do- 4M d do- 600 da do- ifin 6 do- too da do- 3JB9 d da jtat da do- ifioa d do- 4w d da ijao do da- 1709 da d 1J009 da do- 3,080 d de- lso d do S00 da do- 800 do do. 890 do da 1,200 do STOCK SOLD ON COKHISSION, And small per cent, charred whera Bold. Wa (ire (peclal attentiora to th Utter branch. SaJiaa Foundry And Machine shop. Cagt'mgt made to order on short notice t Eagkiet repaired al fair price. ALL WORK "WARRANTED. I BtHiXat niXfrtafereU ratlin ft. J. O. NUNN, Prop. the enforcement of the law. In accordance with the announce ment Decoration Day was appropri ately observed in Sallna, tbejpro gramme baring beea prepared by Sa llna Post, G. A. B. The Hiembers or the Post met at the Hall at 9 o'clock a. St., and forming in a column marched to Iron Aveaua where they were loined by numerous people in carriage, the bands and the youag misses with flowers, and from thence proceeded to Gypsum JHill Cemetery. In length the prleeeeJea exceeded that of last year, aBd$t was a surprise tbat there was tuch a large tare out, the weather -bfttng eo unprepltloas. Gathered about the tomb of Capt. G. G.Lowe, the exercises of the Grand- Army were proceeded with. At their close a brief but very appropriate ad' dress tras made by Hon. T. D. Thach- eryoffoptfcn, and he was followed, by Rer. Mr Bonnel), of Brown coun ty, who waa a chaplain in the army, aud epoke feelingly of his experience lu ihe burial of bis dead comrades. The audience Jblng dismissed by benediction, by'Capt. S. H. Williams, the young ladles proceeded to decor ate thegiaVesof the soldiers with the choice wreaths, garlands and bouquets which had been bountifully prepared for the occasion. 'tk following graves, under the direction of Mr. Enos Lincoln, were decorated : Thomas Anderson. William Anderson. John Beck, ' Henry Borton. Capt. Cox. Rev. T. B.-JJoolejf Ben Hull. - .. v n mil . t Elijah Husband,- .wj" Capt. G.G. Lowe. -,L G.J. Lay. . J . Col. A. a. Norton. J William Norton; ' fr -Arthur Van Taseell. Geo. Weifenbactf. V Theo. Werry., At the close'ofthe ceretaotiles, nu merous people proccedeS SB once io Gypsum Creek, to participate in the exercises prepared by IlKIDaEPOSTi In one or the prettiest noves of Sallna county waa. gaCh'erfeT the larg est collection of" people wehavo seen for a number of years in thl county. NoV only were (he Gypsum Creek farmers on hand la force, but from other portions of the county the at tendance was large. The grove is upon the line farm of Mr. C. Post. The shade is dense, the conveniences furplcnlclng many, and the landscape thereabout very pretty. The ladies or Gypsum creek had provided "stacks" or picnic provisions, and visitors were most warmly weloomed as they entered the grove. We were accorded a seat at the table or Com mander Walte, or Bridge Poet, and to him, to comrade Lloyd, and their worthy wives, we were indebted for most royal treatment. The grove was furnished with a speaker's stand, seats, refreshment stands, and'a bril liant display of bunting was on every hand. Three large "kettles at the camp tire furnished coffee for all. No one remained hungry In the midst or such profuse supplies. The Sallna brass band, Bridge Post aud Salina Post martial bands, an organ furnished by Capt Parker, of Sallna, and choral music made the furthermost recesses or tbat large grove echo and re-echo with constant melody. After the Decoration Day exercises prescribed by the Grand Army ritual had been finished, Hon. T. D. Thacher made an able address, and he was followed by Capt.'s Moh ler and Williams. After 'the speak ing, the veterans indulged In some of the old war songs, and then repaired to the "parade ground" for drill. Tho boys lacked tbat bearing which distinguished them during the war, but managed to halfway keep step and "dress up" pretty well. The boys looked rather undetermined what to do when that furious white cow came charging along the line. It was something of a question wheth er they should fire and fall back, or receive the "shock of battle" upon the ground on which they stood. The drill ground is a fine field a splendid place for military evolutions. All-in-all this was the best picnic we bad at tended for years. The people of Gyp sum Creek have warm hearts and are becoming distinguished far and wide for their hospitality. Bridge Post Is one of the very best In the State. Its enthusiasm and activity in the good cause casts all others in this vicinity In the shade. They are- entitled to much credit for the very suocessful exercises or last Friday. The New High-Arm Davis Sewing Machine, with Its Vertical Feed, Is surpassing all other Machines in popularity and number orsales, wherever Its merits are known, .This Is not surprising to those who are acquainted with Its ex cellent qualities and decided advan tages. THE STRONG POINT with which the "Davis has fought and won so many battles, Is the Vertical Feed" an Improvement used on no other Sewing Machine. Bxxa. 2. Bainot. jKwxrxA. BmareL. CRIPPEN, LAWRENCE & CO., GEIS BANK. BUU21NQ, SAMA'A, KAJfSAS. CASPER HELBERT, ORGAN BUILDER Salina, Kansas. BRISTOL SISTERS, FLORISTS. House and Bedding Plants. narai BeslxBS at Specially. Order br tcktrapb or mall for Wedding, Partle, ferl, Ac, wiil rrcelT prompt attenSoD. X. W. Cor. BtewcaUi 4t trainer SU. (Oae block from Mala tnrt ear Boe) TOFCXA, XAITSAS. Send fcreriearhA. L ives aved Br, By the- eja of AMd Liver Pills tl,SS0 Bewsrd li sfcrad for a Belter Banted? cfrrseTNjEmnaaea3afJ-B?a oa short I ssitat. QaUttaaltJ&Sas. leeVtf g Dr. D. DYER'S PILLS FerUaearaaf Slek BraJache, Dmeptia, LIrar EBgfmat. aaj aaaaeue angax iron in- rearwHnaaca ana lareare neoa. L 08411, 81L1SA, SMSASJ TaithmhKttBi1tMietSBm. Report of Mentor School for month commencing April 23, closing May 23. 1834: Number of pupils belonging to the school, 14: average dally attendance, 13 ; pupils averaging above S3 in In scholarship and attendance, Emma Hynea. Annie Bacon, Nellie Maxwell, HaUie Hvnes. Blrt Milllkln. Wallace .Miller, Delbert Bacon, Robbie Max- veil. itM uonierioru. Dalinda Mason, Teacher. Evander Light, of Saline county, hasten hundred and twenty-four acres ofcraln. all looking very fine. His rue. which was itastured. now stands over five feet high, and must turn ofl a large yield. He has a section or more or wheat The writer visited this farm a few days since. It Is sup plied with all the buildings needed for a place of the size, with arrange ments for reeding a thousand cattle. Water Is supplied from springs on high ground and run to troughs aud hydrants wherever convenience re quIrtA Tbpafca Oornmomcealth. When the cry of "expense" in con nection with tho prosecutions of the viokters of the prohibition law 1 heard, the tax-payers should think fer a meraent and consider who makes the expense. It is not the prosecu tion. It cornea frem the law-breakers themselves, and their friends, who go Deliberately at work piling up all the costs they eaa, with the expectation or making the prosecutions odious. We think the tax-payers fully understand this, aad will still insist that the law beenfereed aad that no one shall be frJgfelesed by the ery er expense. The following Items are taken from the Lludsborg .Cocaft: . Messrs. Addison, or Sallna. and Mills, or Bridgeport, will open up a lumber yard at the latter place Im mediately John Anderson 'goes to Chicago this week, and whllo there will take in the sights or the National Republi can Convention. .Geo. Eberhardt rweaMsfiaUaaFrl-day-evening 'aiiif feWAeMofiday morning. George is eo Infatuated with 8allna that we would net be sur prised if be brought part of It down here some day. The Artlnlenhange tot May 22d, contains a very uaeffll design In color suitable for tile decoration, stained glass or emdroldery. Six beautiful designs for fruit plates aSd two de signs of decorative beada-j-ne sur rounded; by geacofeks' 'fMtireW'kBd the ether by FOBbeau-irl'IffeB on a separate sheet. Among the other Illustrations are a charming study of violets; a unique water Illy pattern for embroidery, showing disks en closing the full bloom Be wer with a border of steins aad bads and a vigor ous and original design fer ateaeU work. Anadalrableftrtfale'SBtOoror in Decoration contains many valable hints, wbUeJartheQaeryand Answer! UepartmenraraotigtiietainryBaDjeets treated are, how to remove varnkM from oil paintings: mlxisg colora; crayon drawings; colore for primroses: suggestions for decorating three told, screens; treatment of water colors on velvet; crazy quilts; repoasee work. A study of orioks Is to he oaa of the attractions of the jlrf Ltder change of 6tb Jane. William Watttlocsv Publishers, ft TCateatf Street, Hew York. Bwrnphr eeepy 10 cents. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. IN w Tork Herxll 1 "Well, sir, when we opened in 1853. there were lota nf mn MaM about this part of the town, and lots oi aociors oinces on Broadway. There waa a&reat banquet to celebrate the event, and I remember that Mayor iciiuuua ouu was at it, 'inen we naaa runner to Gen. Hiram Wall bridge, of California, at which dnsens or distinguished men were present, We U3f solid Silver and anlld tmli fdlsbrauntbe-Ubls then. The regular price for borders was $3.50 a day. and we bad one suit or rooms for $20 a day. The Metropolitan hotel was started a few months before us, but they had to charge SO cents a day leas to get any trade. Capt De Groot started the Prescott House soon afterward, but he could not barm us. "Talk about guests I Why, travel was so great and good hotels so few mat guests used to sleep In the hall ways. I remember that on a nlirht when all the rooms were oeeunipd Chief Justice Ingersoll rolled up his coat as a pillow and slept In the cor ridor all nkzht. Martin Van Huron used to live in rooms 23 and 29 on the second floor, and be was one of the most agreeable old men I ever knew. His son, 'Prince John,' also lived with him. At a banquet of the St. Nicholas society, 'Prince John was making a long speech when old Mar tin told him to hold his tongue and let an orator take the floor. Then James T.Brady delivered a thrilling oration. Old MarUn was bald-headed, and I remember how mad he got one uigui wueu a waiter ooy oy mistase brought bimln waterto bath blsliead In. He swore like a trooner. thv say. But he wasn't the only one or our guests who became President r me united btates. James Buchanan iiaa rooms 30 and 21 on the second noor. Andrew Johnson stopped In room 20 and bis sIster.Mrs. Patterson, at one time in room 29. onitieBecond floor. Charles O'Conor made a speech and around the tables were the Livingstons, Osgoods, Couderts, Roosevelts and other great families, and Mayor Clark sat at the head or the room. It was the finest dinner ever served in New York up to that lime. Ex-Secretary of the Treasury, John J. Crittenden occupied rooms 10 and ii on the first floor and Chler Justice Clark also lived on this floor Sir Cbarles McNabb, governor gen eral of Canada, and Sir Charles Gray, governor or Jamaica, also stopped here. Sir Cbarles Gray's clothes came apart one day In the dining-room and caused a great sensation among the guests. "I remember that the first great title name registered ou our books was that of a French duke who came here with an Immense retinue or ser vants ; Lord 1 wasn't everybody polite to him. We used to have Washing ton Irving to dinner very often Both Marin and Gritl, the singers, stopped here In 1855. and Baroness Coutts. who was very much attached to Mario, had a suite of rooms in the house also. Among our liveliest guests was the marquis or Waterford, who came to America on a lark In 1854. He got on a grand spree one day and began to smash the lamps in rrontof A. T. Stewart's ;down-town store, thinking he was back In Eng land at his own mansion. A police man, who did not know the raarquU, arrested him, and Tom Adams, our head sorter, had to go down to the Toombs and got him out Poor Tom Adams died on the way back to England with the marquis. " Edwin Forrest, the elder Booth, and old William E. Burton aUo stopped with us. One night the clerk refused to give Burton a room when thehoubewas crowded. Burtou got mad and yelled, ' D n y.u, sir. I'll buy every room iu the bouse!' When the clerk found out who It was he had refused, he got a room In a hurry, aud he used to apologise every day to Bur ton for the error. Booth was a tine old fellow, but used to have some very frolicsome times, sir -very. Chief Justice Walte, or the United Btates Supreme court, lived here for matfy years, and Chler Justice Allen, of this State, not only lived, but died In this building. " During the war Gen. Sherman came to the hotel one Sunday morn ing and it was tilled with military oflicers for ten daya Then Gen. But ler and his stafl stopped here. Maj. Gen. Wool made this building his military camp during the draft riots, and the front of the hotel aud corri dors were paced by sentries night and nay. in isu3 rooms 17-1, i3 and 101 were set on fire by emissaries or the South. The famous Graham murder took place here Graham was a New Orleans physician, and, when drunk, was making a noise tu one of the cor ridors. A gentleman who bad a aiek wife in a room on the corridor told Graham to stop, whereupon the phy sician ran him through the body with a sword-cane, the blade or which he twisted round and round in Ihe vic tim's body. The murder created great public excitement. Graham was only convicted or manslaughter, was seat to prison, and on petition or his south era friends was pardoned two or three years afterward by Governor Clarke. "I could talk to you all day about the great men who have lived in the St Nicholas," continued the old Usher, as he sighed sadly. " There are a good many or us who have served It since the start who will have; th. Qeer thd world ot a living now, but I have never seen the time when things did not change, and the world must goon no matter who suf fers." The sale of the furniture and fittings of the St Nicholas Includes over 4,000 lots. Among the effects h a cel lar of wines, which were Imported twenty years before the holel was built and In order to communicate with them the earthly enthusiasts planted rows of trees several miles in length so as to form the Pythagorean theo rem. The celebrated astronomer Schroder, In the beginning of the presentcentury, farioied that he could detect places on the surface of the moon which periodically grew lighter and darker, and from this fact he derived the conclusion that the phenomenon was a proof of existing vegetation. During me last tew tie cades, however, the idea of life on the moon nas been held up to ridicule. and totally scorned by men of learn ing. But, nevertheless, it Is now proved to be correct. By accident Dr. Blendmanu found tbat Ibe observation of the moon gave but very unsatisfactory results, awing to the intensity of the light power or the moon's atmosphere, which la that it affects the correctness or the ob servations In a very high degree. He then conceived the Idea to make the object glass or the refractor lees sensi tive to the rays of light, and for that purpose he darkened it with the smoke of camphor. It took months of experimenting before he succeeded in rinding his ngnt degree or obscuri ty if the glass, and when finally found he then with the refractor took a very accurate photo of the moon's surface. This he placed In a sun microscope, which gave the picture a diameter of 55. feet. The reveahulon was most startling. It perfectly over turned all hitherto entertained ideas of the moon's surface. Those level plains which formerly were held to be oceans of water proved to be ver dant fields, and what formerly was considered mountains tamed oat as deserts or sand and oceans of water. Towns and Inhabitants or all kinds were plainly discernable. as well as signs of Industry and traffic. The learned professors study and ob servations of old Luna will be repeated every full moon when the sky is clear, and we venture to predict that the time is not far off when we shall know more about the man In the moon than as being an agent in Eng lish politics. AsaaaTearslrfeofldeae of si London, paper trod vTafted this- country sot J?8" Si gives the blowing Informa tion concerning one of the Southwest era States: "Arkansaw k situated betweea Memphis aad San Franefeeo. Its climate is mild la winter, bat In ummsr, lam told by aa old inhabi tant, is extremely cold. The Gov ernoror this State Tecelves 900,000 a year, which he spends mainly for the eatertaiameat of hk friend. I asm much concerned in American poHUes and never tire of studying the situa tion. At the present time the country is much stirred up about President Dorsey He went out oa his sheep ranche somewhere in Cleveland, aad has not been heard of slnee. Should f he never be found Vice-President Sam Tildea will be knighted la his place." Edmund Yates says there k no cul ture In the United States outside or Boston. Mr. Yates has Jaat beea sen tenced to six months Imprisonment fofanotber libel. A Stavrfikfj Discovery. Mr. Wm. Johnson, or Huron, Dak., writes that bk wife had beea troubled wjth aeale Bronchitis for many years, and that all remedies tried gave aa permasnt relief, until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery fer Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, which had a magical effect, aad pro duced a permanent cure. It k guar anteed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs ur Bronchial Tubes. Trial Bottles Freest Oscar Seitz's Drug Store. Large Size 11.00. GENERAL SCOTT'S WRATH. PhlUJelphU Eeeord An old army friend of mine who re members General Wlnfleld Scolt'asa tall, fine looking old man. with white hair, a strict iiiartluet, with a good head and a big heart, gives me a story ur two aliiit him. In hU lat ter years General Scull was verv iras cible. A great many people knew that, but few knew tbat he was al ways sorry for a hasty word. While he was at thehead of tboanny with his ofllce on Seventeenth Street, Just opposite the War Department, be was coining out one day to enter his carriage, cane In laiid A volunteer orderly, who kne nothing of Scott's vleWH or military propriety, ap preached blm with a lellef fnnu a War Department Bureau, which he had been directed to deliver to Gen eral Scott at once. The orderly, reek ing nothing of AdjutaiiU-Grneral, or Chiefs of staff, Interpreted his order literally, aud hastily giving a careless salute, began : "Oh, General, here's a paper I want you to look at It be fore you " For a moment the proud Commander in-Chief seemed petrified Then, raising his cane, he said In a low voice: "Clear out, sir; clear out of the way." The startled orderly sprang to, .one side, and the General got into his carriage and was driven away. The soldier then delivered his letter to some one in the ofllce and walked slowly out General Scott's carriage had not gone thirty rods be fore it stunned and turued about The driver, raising his voloe, suitinnined the offending orderly to the door. Trembling in every limb, eap in hand he approached General Scott asked bis name aud regiment He gave them "Well, sir." said the General, "rrxirt to your Colonel that you were guilty of gross disrespect to General fcksitt as an officer, aud that Geuerat Scott was guilty of gross dis respect to you as a man. General Scott begs your pardon. Go to your duly." In tSUI a lady passing the seasan here was very anxious to get General Scott's autograph. He was very busy, and she found her task very difficult. One day the bappy thought struck her that her pretty little 10 year, old daughter might be able lu this case to do what she herself could not. Soishe sent the charming little girl to 'the GeneralV office with the album. The orderly told her she could not see the busy General. She would not be1 de nied. She would wait, she said. At the end of hair an hour the orderly look her request to theadjutant The latter admitted her, but told her iihe could not pooslbly see the General. She Mid she must. At last the adju tant showed ber the door leading to General Scott's ofllce, and told Jier she could get in If she dared. Taking him at Ids word, she marched right Iu. This Is her description of the rail given at the time : "I was afraid at first when he looked uu: but as soon as be saw it waa only me he said right pleasantly : 'Well, little girl, what do you want?" and I told him Ma wanted nim io write nut name in tier book : and he looked sharp at me and asked who my ma was, and I told him, and I told htm my pa was In Ibe army, and ma was alone with aie. and then he Just kissed my cheek and wrote in ma's book and said 'good morning' to me, and I came out and nobody hurt me at all." This b whit he wrote: "Treason Is the greatest crime Wlnfleld Scott" I Just one more: On Saturday after- loott Aa End to Boas Screpkg. Edward Shepherd, of Harrkbtirg, HI., says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering human ity know it Have had a ruaalBg sore on ray leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used. Instead, three bottles or Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklea's Arnica Salve, and my leg k now sound and well." Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Buoklen's Araka Salve at Sic per box by Oscar Seltz. Want Of Faith, ir Oscar Seltz, the druggist, does not ,ucceed It Is not for the want of faith. He has such faith In Dr Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup as a remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption and Lung Affections, that bo will give a bottle free to each and every one who Is In need of a medicine ofthkklnd. Convincing. The proof of the pudding is not In the chewing of the string, but In bay ing an opportunity to test the artlele direct Oscar Seltz, the druggist, has a free trial bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lnng Syrup for each and every one who Is afflicted with Coughs Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any Lung Affeclfon noon, in tne Hummer before s left the army forever. President Lin coln wttn some menus sat on tne nai- THE MOON INHABITED. TcwBt, Vitkges sad Cslb'vsUd Fkfdt Cm Se Seen. Pntfn Ika Chleaeo New. r At the adtroakacal obsenatory of ixiuai Ja UUU1M.OH uvn 11J Pressen Heklnsfor. a discover has lately been made, which, without doubt, will cause tne greatest sensa tion, not only among the adepk In science, but even among the most learned. Presesser Bieadsaaan, In In that city, has found, beyond a doubt, that oar old friend, the moon, is not a mere lantern which kindly furnishes light for the loving yoath sndsa companies or oar pkaet, put aBeaeede or living, lntestigeat beiaas, fer which he k prepared to faralsh proofs most convincing. Tbk question has agitated human Ilyfrem tlsse leBsrtme-rhd, aad has been the object ef the greatest Inter est Bet tneoBlaioBs have always differed very widely, BHd ae two minds held eae aad the saase. Al ready in aaeteat times the belief are? Tititaf Ib ike taeea wtoatd wlfctt awe "higher tHgeatfetfefcotV' sal being, seatewhat rtscmBHag msm eony at the rear of the White House. listening to the music of the Marine band, when General Scott was1 an nounced. The President Immediate ly advanced to meet him, and re turned with the Lieutenant General, In full uniform on his arm. The crowd ou the lawn saw the President and the whlte-baired veteran, stopped talking, looked at the pair fer a mo ment, and then broke forth Into ap plause, ineuenerai atoncestepeea to the front, raised hk bat In acknowl edgement The band very appropri ately fpkyed "Hall to the Chief," while the crowd eeatiaued the clip ping of hands. " You've got a gofcxl many youngGenerak,Mr. Presldenl," said the old hero, turning to Lincoln, "butther don't forget the old Gen eral yet do they?" "We could spare a hundred 'of them" said the President, helping the General to a seat, " better than him." " I tliank yoa, Mr. President; I thank yon." said the General with tears In hk eyes. News Abost Town. It U the current report about town that Kemp's Balsam for he Throat and Lungs is making some remarka ble cure with people who are troub led with (toughs, Asthma, Bronchi tis, and Consumption. J. J. Pureed Will give any one a trial bottle free of cmt It k guaranteed to relieve, and cure. Price 50c. and f 1. Sorae Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh it will wear away," but in most cases It wears them away Could they be Induced to try the sue oewiful medicine called Kemp's Bal sam, which we sell on a positive guar antee to cure, they would immediate ly nee the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.00 Trial sise free. J. J. Purcell. No Experiment. With a majority of people it k no experiment that Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup is a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Pains In the Lungs, Soreness in the Chest, etc.. but for those who doubt, ask your neighbors who have used It or get a tree sample bottle of Oscar Seltz, the druggkt. Regular size 50 cents and $1. A Fortunate Discover. A new light k thrown on the sub ject of Consumption by Dr. Wager Kemp, discoverer of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. A remedy that has proved itself to bo a remark able compound. It does its work thoroughly, stopping a hacking eough Instantly. Sold by J. J. Purcell. Price 60c. and $1. Trial the free Oet one The Homslitit Man in Sarins As well as the handsomest, and others are Invited to call on J. J. Pur cell and get free a trkl bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Threat and Lungs, a remedy that Is selling en tirely upon IU merits, aad k guaraa teed to cure and relieve all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Broaehi tls, and Consumption. Price SOe. aad 1100.- A Sura Cure For Plks. The first symptom of Piles k aa In tease itching at night after getting warm. This unpleasent seasatloa k immediately relieved by an applica tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, riles In all Its forms, Itch.SaltRheam and Ringworm can be permanently cured by the use of this great remedy Price, 5Q cents .Manufactured by the Dr. Bosaako Medicine Co., Plqaa, O., old by 0car Seltz. Mrs. Blame k finely educated. She waa a Yankee schoolmistress In Kentucky when Blaine met ber. Bklne had Just graduated at Wash ington college, and went to Ken tucky to commence life as a school teacher. His school was very near that or hk wife's, aad the two struck op quite a friendship. Mrs. Blaine at tbat time, however, was quite ro mantic, and she refused to tell her fu ture husband anything about ber parentage or circumstances. Blaine's lore finally conquered all sera ples.aud he proposed. Sfeertly alter tbk school broke up, aad the Yaskee teacher west baek to her bobs la Maine. Blaine followed her. feaad that her pareats were- la good eircamstmicw, aad married her. Sfcertiy after this he west to lira la Hitse, to ebHga hk wife, aad eH eatae to be "Skise ef Matee," (ajtetd of Bkiae ef Pa- syjraats." A.DntctraJ Disease. Read, ponder' aad profit thereby. Kemp's Balsam for the Threat and Lungs k conceded by all who have used K to excel any preparation la the market as a complete Threat aad Lung Healer. AH persons afilleted with that dreadful dlease--Ceta8mu-tlon wlWHrfd speedy relief and in a majority of eases a permanent cure. The proprietor has authorized J J. Purcell to refund the money to any party who has taken three-fourths of a bottle without Teller. Price 50c. and t Trial site free. In Neaa Bat First kts Geeds. Watches, Jewelry end Silver ware one should have the best, or none. Messrs. Sharley & Co., Chi cago, are making a specialty of flee goods, aad If you need anything la Watehes is dust and water proof eases. Solid Sliver or Triple Plated Ware, Solid Gold or Relied Gold Jewelry, send to Sharley & Co., they will send a single artlele at the doeen price. They are vosoaed for aad ea- dsrsed by the United States Express Co., Aaterieaa Express Co., Southern Express Co., F- W. Palmer, Feet austsr of Chleag0, Gea'l A, C BsaHh, x-8ieJ9 Tresserer, aad aaay ethers. Geeds seatee, approval, wRa privi lege WksneifitleB, eaafcaiiBgyot to de yea webeelajr at! beat. 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