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FOR V.'CK PHK8IDKN V.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook Coonly.
FOR CONGUESSMAN. SOlo Diet.
F. K. ALBRIGHT,
. of Murpliysborq.
irAnd the bilauco of the Democratic ticket
SIVl'K'S ATHJltN. V.
We are authmlztd to aunmn.:i that Mr. Angus
Ldek is an Inicpcnri' ul candidate fur State's At
torney of Alexa'iderCutio'.y. In thu approaching
We are auth.it aed to anronncn William N. But
ter the Rapuiilicaa candid ite fn- e uction to the
office oj State' Attorney of Alexander Comity.
We are anthorlred to announce Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin V a i Independent caudldnto fur ro
election to the oftl'e of t'lrcnlt Ulurk, In tne
ccmlng electloc In November.
We are authorized to announco tbe name of
Richard Fitzgerald as a candidate tT ro e ectien
to the offlce of Coroner at the ensuing November
New York Herald.
Mr. Bluino evidently attaches prima im
portance to a liberal dispensation of tufty
la hit "swinging around tlio circle.'' So
far this confection has constituted the chief
ingredient of his stump speeches. Here is
what he hud for Boston :
' "Boston is to all New England the cen
tre of interest, as much in my own state as
youta, and there is no city within the limits
of the Union where a popular feeling would
be more graceful than it is to me this even
jug from you."
To the constituents of Mr. Geo. Frisbie
Hoar be presented this sweet morsel :
"If there be any one spot within (he li
mits of the United States which may chal
lenge all others in prosperity, contentment
and general happiness, it must be tlio coun
. ty of Worcester. And when you
come to comptre the comfort, the thrift,
the general prosperity of the entire people,
there is not, pjrhap, on tlio circling
globe a community that can stand tho com
parison." When he reached New York ho gave
the crowd this bit:
"Your great emporium, this city of New
York, represents in its growth and its
grandeur the United States of America. It
it not merely the chief municipality of the
Empire State, it is the commercial metrop
olis of tbe continent, and I conceivo it to
be one of the chief honors of my life to be
thus welcomed to its heurty howpitality."
The tatooed man must have provided
himself with a.very abundant supply of his
ft von te articlo if he expects to keep deal
ing it out at this rte all around the circle.
SCOTT AND BLAINE.
In 1852 Gen. Scott ran as the Whip; can
didate for the presidency. He went through
the country on an electioneering . trip tioin
iually to select a site for tlu Soldiers' and
Sailors' Home, but nciu dly to help his
Everybody wanted to set Gen. Sootf, the
big soldier. Crowds gathered at the rail
road stations on the route, and wherever
the train, stopped the people preyed around
tbe cars, called for Scott and demanded a
speech. Gen. Scott bad a sterotvped re
mark: "I am very much obliged to you,
gentlemen, for your cordial greeting," lie
would say. "I am greatly pleased to be so
cordially welcomed, and I wUh I could
shake hands with all of you."
Deceived by the crowds curious to see
the big soldier, Scott felt confident of his
election to the presidency. He received the
electoral vote of four states only.
People are curious to Bee tho author of
the Fisher letters. Blaine's rear platform
pceches read very much like Scott'. It is
possible that Blaine will permit himsvlf to
be as deplorably mistaken as to tho mean,
log of bis reception.
T New York Independent is for 8t.
John. After rejecting both Blaine and
Cleveland, it says: "While cx-Oov. St.
' John is in the field, no man need throw
wy bii vote or cease to work Tor the good
of his country." As St. John stands no
chance of election, it appears to us that a
man who votes for him comes very close
to throwing way his voto.Mobilo (Ala.)
' M. Blaixk should have added to his
epistle of acceptance, "Burn the letter."'
' ; Elaioe'f Dear Fisher is no relit ion to
i Fort Fisher,
IIJH. UAU..Y UAUIU OVliluJUl Ih. THUKHUAl MUltJN'JiSU UUIVJJlSU 9, 1884.
at ., . .KkMUr ... 1MIII I
"Do you really moan it, darling?"
"Of courso 1 do, Frank. Do you
think I would joke about such a sub-
octi" rcpiloa protty uraco llaaisoy to
ier nfllnncod husband, as sho nestled
icr sunny little bond on bis broad
shoulders ono bright March evening, as
tho dying sun gliutod through tho cosy
drawing-room, casting a golden glory
upon tho pictures, carpet, and crimson
curtalnB, as if trying to outvlo tho
cheerful Cro that bluzed In tho highly
"I could not rofuso you anything, my
swoot Graco," ho said tenderly, as ho
pressod her dewy lips; "but I would
much rathor you had nskod mo any
thing in the world than this."
"Why, Frank?" sho roturncd, look
ing up into his handsomo face with ono
of her bowitching smiles, that always
finished any argument in hor favor.
"Well, you soo, to spend ono's hon
eymoon in a now bouso, and at this
treacherous time of year, might not bo
so comfortable, my pet, as a well-ap-
Fointed hotel in the South of Franco or
taly," ho urged deprecatingly, feeling
tho ground slipping fast away from
him with her bright eyes looking shyly
into his, her sweet face iu close prox
imity to his moustache
"But it is my great wish; and I will
obey you in everything after wo aro
married, you know, liko a dutiful little
wife." sho said playfully.
"What put this notion in vour litllo
"Grandmamma; and you must ngreo
that sho is clevor. Now you sit down
here, and I will tako my old place on
this stool," as sho onsconcd herself at
his feet coax ingly.
"So grandma has put this notion in
to your mind?"
"Yes"; she said that when sho was
married grandpa took hor straight
from tho church to their new home, and
they were as happy as birds." "
"But what time of year might that
happy event have taken plane?" ho
"July, I believe," Grace said de
murely. "What matters tho time?
Surely it could mako no difference."
"That is just what does. March and
July, litllo sweetheart, nro very difl'or
cnt in our changeable climate; besides,
I fancy a littlo bird whispered to mo
that their home wus a lino old mansion
that had welcomed several brides,
whereas ours is a newly-built modorn
villa, that should bo well-aired before
wo take possession."
"So it is," sho persisted. "Jano and
grandma were thero all last week, and
the fires aro blazing beautifully from
morning till night. Como, say 'yes' '
and her soft white arms wcro round his
neck, and a pair of templing lips placed
dangerously near to his; and Grace, as
usual, gained her point, but sho had to
Eay her lover the penalty of a score of
"This Is delightful,darling husband,"
whispered Graco, as thoy drove to their
now homo at Claphani, after tho wedding-breakfast
"I shall bo such a
happy little wifcy commonclng life in
our own dear home; it must bo hotter
than thoso big, cold-looking hotols,
with staring waiters and pert chamber
maids." "So long as my sweet wife is happy,
I am contont," ho said tenderly; "but
thero is a nasty east wiud to-day;" this
as he folded hor furs around her with a
lover's anxious caro. "I hopo every
thing' is ready for us."
"Oh, you need not bo uneasy; I feel
sure Jano will attend to everything; sho
is a perfect paragon."
"Hero wo aro at last! Wolcomo, dar
ling wife, to your homo!" ho said as ho
led her up tho flight of steps whero old
Jano stood with two maid-servants to
recoivo their young mistress.
"I wonder whv Jano looks so anx
ious," thought Grace; "I hopo every
thing is all right. Oh dear! what should
I do if thero was anything gono wrong?
Frank would never coitso teasing nie.
Whero aro tho stair-carpets, Juno? ' she
whlsperod, when they were iu tho drawing-room.
"I thought everything win
"So it was, but tho drattod cistorn
took to leaking this morning, and bo
ing Easter-timo no man can ho got for
lovo or money. I never saw sunh n
Eingorbroad house as this in all my
orn days!" sho said gloomily.
"Can't you manage to put thorn
down, bo that Frank won't noiice it?"
tho poor littlo brido falterod.
Tut them down to bo spoilt! Why,
they aro already wet through in some
placos; but hero comes tho master," as
sho bustled out of tho room.
"This certainly looks cosy and homo
liko," said Frank Wharton as ho clasp
ed his brldo in a loving cmbraco, and
Boated hor in an casy-chair by tho lire;
"but what is tho matter with that wall?
Why, I belicvo it's damp, tho paper is
perfectly wot and peeling off. I must
soo tho follow who papered it; such a
room cannot be fit for my littlo wlfoy."
"Oh, that is nothing, Frank; it Is of
ten liko that in new houses, I boliove,"
sho said timidly.
"I must insist that you don't stay
another moment," ringing tho bell
sharply for Jano. "Why did you per
mit your mistress to como in this damp
vault?" ho said testily; "it's enough to
kill a dog."
"I nm sure, sir, it was no fault ol
mlno," said poor Jano; "thoy say that
tho paper in new houses often sweats
at least, that's what tho man styled
"Is there no other room fit to rccelvo
us?" ho asked; "surely tho dining-room
would bo beftor?"
"Well, you boo, sir, tho stove Is what
thoy call slow cobustiou."
"Slow what?" ho said, laughing In
Bpito of himself. "
"1 don't know exactly how to pro
nouncu tho name, but It s a sorry thing
at tho best, aud won't act nohow, try as
you will." '
"It's a beautiful grato, Frank," In
torposod (iraco; "IVh ono of tho mod
ern ones, aud is called slow combus
tion." "It's ilrattotl slow!" gruniblod Jano.
i ve spent tlweo-quarturi of an hour
oyer It and can't got a hro to burn, bo
H a slow enough Iu all conscionco."
Auvornilud, Jane: I'm boautlfulltr
warm and comforlab llllloilll
ha Hliiil. Irtstnr
nnitr filiiuiff til
"Iknow what I'll do," murmured
Grace; "mu!o alwayi suits Frunk; I'll
play and sing soma of his favorites."
In a few minutes tho littlo cloud was
blown ovor, and tho pair wero happy
as turtlo-dovos, as Graco sang aoug af
ter song to Frank's intonso (lelighU
"What on earth are thoy doing in the
IdtchouP" sho thought; "I must go
and soo. I feel suro they will break
tho grato to pieces in a minute, Oh
dear, oh dear! I wish I had takon dear
Frank's advice. What aro you all do
ing, aud whore is tho dinner?" said
Grace. "It Is noarlng tho time."
"Dinner, iudood! If you got suppor
.It will bo a wonder to mo," gas pod
Jano, as,utrmod with an immenso lluo
brush, she and. hor assistants wore
making frantic raids upon tho kitchen'
or, whilo tho smoke poured out in vol
umes, nearly choking poor Graco, who
stood tho imago of despair, gaziusr at
. tho fowls, tish, and joints, that lav
strewn about, getting peppered with
"What's to bo dono, Jane?" sho
stmruniered, as sho covered her goldon
head to evade tho shower of soot, and
caught up her satin robes norvously;
"it is past six o'clock, and Frank was
just saying ho felt rather hungry. Can
nothing bo done? Couldn't you got
sotuo hotel to send in a dinner?"
"Whcro's tho hotel in this outland
ish hole?" snorted Jano, as sho thrust
tho broom savagoly up into tho offend
ing draughts; "I can only assure you
tlwit no dinner can bo cookod to-day in
this gingorbrcad affair."
Seeing no hopo from tho facos of any
of tho seared servants, Graco returnod
to her husband, and in hor pretty coax
ing manner, broko tlio unhappy tidings
to him, ami in less than ten minutes a
telogrsim was dispatehod to tho Gros
venor Hotel, and a recherche littlo din
ner ordered. '
"So that littlo difficulty is over, my
darling," ho said, as thoy drove to
l'inilico; "but don't you think it might
have been bettor if you had listened to
my advico and spent our honeymoon
at ono of thoso big cold hotels? this
with a mischievous twinklo in his eyes.
"As you aro mighty, bo merciful,"
she said, laughing merrily. "I had no
idea that tho stovo wouldn't cook, or
"That tho drawing-room was damp,"
ho added; "or "
"Fie! is that beiug merciful, sir," sho
But further domestic argument was
broken by a waiter opening the brougham-door,
and Frank assisting hor out
into the comfortable hotol.
"Thank Heaven wo aro in a civilized
placo at last!" murmured the now Bon
edict fervently, as thoy seated them
selves at an elegantly arranged dinner
table, laden with llowers, bright silver,
and sparkling glass; "this is comfort,
at any rate."
Thoy both enjoyed their dinner and
pledged each other in rare wino, and
said and did any amount of silly
things, doubtless as thousands of
brides and bridegrooms have dono be
fore; and, if truth must bo confessed,
Graco was sadly loth to return to her
villa at Claphani; but sho was a true
daughter oi Eve, and determined to
keep her owu counsel from her lord
"Hero's a pretty go, Miss Graco I
beg your pardon, I moan Mrs. Whar
ton," said Jano as the pretty brido en
tered tho breakfast-room next morning,
looking as fresh and sweet as a blush
rose in her azuro-blue moruing-robo,
with its clouds of laco around her fair
neck and arms.
"Why, Jane, what is tho matter
now?" sho said anxiously; "surely you
can manago to get us some breakfast of
"That's right enough so far," groan
ed Jane; "but thero's no water for tho
master's bath, it's leaked out somehow
through some dratted pipe and soaked
your wedding-dross, and tho cako that
your poor dear grandma sent homo last
"night whilo you wero out nt dinner. I
went and unpacked it at once, thinkiug
thu dress would bo butter laid loosoly
liko than crumpled up, and there's tho
splendid cako aud satin dress all of a
pulp; the llowers, too, all soppy and
This was tho proverbial last straw,
and proved too much for poor (iraco,
who throw herself on tho couch, and
covering her sweet face, burst into n tit
of tears, exclaiming:
"Never will 1 try to get my own way
again! What will dear Frank sav? Oil,
oh! ho will never forgive me I
In another moment sho felt a strong
pair of arms lift her from tho couch,
aud a tender voico whispering in her
"You aro right, my darling wifcy; I
will not forgive you unless you'dry
thoso eyes and ltavo your breakfast,
and then oboy your lord, and order
your things to bo packed up immodi
ntoly for the Continent, whither I mean
fo tako you. ' '
"But what is to bo done, Frank, about
tho cako? Aud oh, my pretty dress is
spoilt, that I was to havo worn at Lady
"Another cako can bo ordered; aho
a dress, quite as pretty as your wed
ding ono; but a smiling happy wife Is
not to bo purchased," ho replied, kiss
ing away tho pearly but penitent tears.
"Aro you happy, darliug?" Uor bus
Wind whispered, as tho train "noarod
"Yes, Frank," sho ropliud earnestly,
"truly and peacefully so, becauso I
havo loarnt a losson to listen and ro
speet my husband's wishes."
"And I am tho happiest man in tho
universe fur having commenced our
honeymoon under difficulties, and havo
won tho sweetest of wives."
Hero is a ploco of information
for housekeepers. Wo havo trlod
t several times. Kvory onu know!
how disagreoablo tho odor of cooking
uabbago Is. All your neighbors can
.ell when you aio going to have cabbage
:'or dinner. If you put a email pieeo ol
i'ed popper in with Ihu cabbage there
a-ill be uo smell. Tho pepper absorbi
jho odortof tho cabbage. Don't put In
too largo n piece oi pepper, however,
or tho cabbage will bo hot. Atto )vrk
Tho Uii.lan Government has nought,
thus far In vain, to bring about the sruti
oral usii of coal In that country Instead
of wood. In order to save thu forests.
As tht'iiiHu no such thing as a 'rood
stove or healer wus known, a prize has
been offered for tho best npparnlus for
utilizing coal lu Uovcrnment emeus.
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Disease arising from Imprudences, Kxcsssm,
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It Is self-evliUnt that a physlrlairrsylns;
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to, and tho provml irnol rt)inllaw tf alt
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