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THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884.
7 POKER PLAYING. Wholesale Ruination of Men the Capital of Kentucky. at Fraakfort Correspondence Courier-Journal. The number of men that have been ruined by indulgence in this game I Their nme is Jegion. One of the saddest cass that occurs to me is that young lawyer in Louisville, who was forced to leave, owing so many people money. The poor devil got published in the papers, and every man who had ever loaned him a cent hastened to herald the fact to the world. He was of more than usual learning, both le gal and scientific, and was universally liked. He took a turn at politics, and came up here. He got to playing poker. I sat liehind his cnair one night and saw him lose $500. They say he lost two or three times that sum before he left. He got a taste for gambling, and when he went back to f ouiaville he took to faro. He is now a wanderer from home Tuined for life, wiih the weight of overwhelming debts pressing him down and hundreds of hungry credit ors barking on his trail. Men have come Here and for years had salaries ranging from $15,000 to $20,000, aud left bankrupts ; it had all gone, played away to the tune of rattling chips. Over the poker tables of Frankfort politicians have been made and unmade ; senators and con gressmen have been elected and de feated ; fortunes have been won and lost, aud the reputation of many a public man sullied. I noticed on the street yesterday three gamblers from Louisvil'e, keen-eyed pale faced pro ieseionals. What chance has a poor country member with them ? It reminds one of the saving of that Louisville states man, Colonel Richard Watts: Every minute a sucker is born, and he al ways sucks ! There have been unusu ally few sharpers here this winter. Two years ago a good looking young ft-llow came to the town and stuck out his shingle as a physician. Somebody invited him to play, and, just for ac commodation, he did so. He won. He played again and won. The hands that he used to hold were absolutely paralyzing. He was in bad luck if he didn't have at least an ace full. One nierht after he had been here for about three weeks and was over 82 000 winner, he sat into a game with eome irentiemen, when Uoionei , a prominent state official, lounged into the room Instantly the doctor arose and smarted for the door He was gone before any one could stop him. Then the colonel told what the doc tor's little game was and how he de tected him. The doctor's hands were very large, aud in the palm of his left band he kept a bit of sticking-plaster. He would slip in three cards which the plaster kept in place. The rest, was easy enough to an adept. The colonel detected him after he had been beat en out of several hundred dollars. The doctor suddenly and myseriously dis appeared the next day. J. E. They Flew Not. itrkansavr Trav ler. Jennie Dalrymple stood in the door way of her fathers' mansion, the logs of which were in an advanced state of decay, and looked long and wistfully down the rocky road. Sbe made a pretty picture as she stood there, while the setting sun gilded the house and forest. She was a blonde, with beau tiful blue eyes, a dimpled nose, turn up chin and clarliu ' it la rose bud of a mouth, which lo- ke as though it were ready for a ki. Her form was magnificent, and all ui all she was a most charming cronnm . Up to this writing she wasstiii lurking down the rocky road. Of course all this trans pired in a much shorter space of time than it has taken to write it. She seemed to be looking for some one, but the sun sank lower and lower and yet no one appeared. Suddenly her face brightened as she saw the tall, manly form of Jack 1 pshaw ap proaching. He came up aud greeted her with a warmth that only love could give the pure and abiding love v?hich is unchecked by the stifling at mosphere of the great cities, where -wealth is the god and gain the hope. These simple young people found hap piness in each other's presence and had no selfish ambition. Their love vas their wealth. They sat in the moonlight, she in her beauty aud purity breathing a delicious perfume of onions upon the atmosphere, while he, with his brawny arms, protected her from the liight air. They talked of sweet nothings and promised over and over to be ever true to each other until the night had waned a very considerable and then they parted, to meet again only after the lapse of more than three years. That night two horses were stolen, and as Jack Upshaw did not reach home until nearly daylight suspicion fell upon him and it was with difficul ty that he escaped the clutches of Judge Lynch. At the trial there was nothing but circumstantial evidence against him, but that was strong enough to send him to the penitenti ary for four years. Did Jennie taint when she heard the news ? Did she shed the briny tear until the whole neighborhood was salty ? Did she pine away until her shadow refused to do duty ? Did she sit all day upon some gray rock and look with longing eves for the form that never came ? Not according to the latest documents on file in the secretary of state's office. Oh, no. But she gave Gabe Lumpton so much encouragement that he married her two months afterwards. Oh, fcckle woman, now coma you so soon iorget the promises you made ? About a year after, the incidents above mentioned it was discovered that Jack Upshaw did not steal the horses and the governor was petitioned to pardon him, which was done and Jack was again a free man. He did not know that Jennie was married, but decided not to go to her until be could carry some money with him, and trust ing in her faithfulness he set to work and at the end of two years he had saved up a snug little sum enough to buy him a farm, a horse and a cow With this money he returned to his former home and for the first time he learned the truth. Did he die of a broken heart. ? Did he rashly go and commit suicide ? 1 Not ofteu. lu fact rhis is not that kind of a story. But he went to the house where Jennie lived and said : Well, Jennie, you're married, are you r Why, Jack, 13 that you ? Ye3, 1 m married. See my boy. riue boy. I ve come back aod brought four hundred dollars with me wnich I expected to divide with you So much as that ? Yes, but it's too late now. I hope we are friends yet. Jack. Yea, we are friends. It's too bad that we can't be more, for now I must find some one else to divide my money with. But Jack She could say no more, but she smiled oue of her old time smiles. Jack had never ceaied to love her, and as that smile spread it self over her face he threw prudence to the winds and asked her to leave her present home and fly with him. She consented and the next night was the time set for their departure. That night, however, he was taken sick with malarial fever, and when the doc tors got through with him he was such a financial and physical wreck that he didn't want to fly, aud neither did Jennie. Senators Cockrell and Vest. Washington Correspondence Canton Pres. In Senators Cockrell and Vest Missouri can to-day claim that she is represented by two gentlemen who are the peers of the representatives of any other state in the union. We may say that no state has two representa tives in the senate who combine, to a greater extent, honesty, sincerity aud capacity than the keystone state of the nation Missouri. Unostentatious, modest and unpretentious. Frank M Cockrell and George t. Vest are the best representatives of the vox populi on the floor of either house of con gress. Their public life is beyond Question, they never seek the dark and devi)U8 ways, but their acts are known and read of all men. lu their private life they are an honor to them selves and their constituents. Not only so, but the memhers of their household seem to imitate their ex ample. Your correspondent, as is his accustomed wont, frequents the little church where the families of both these senators worship, and it is a matter of pride that no state is so well represented in a non-par tisan but strictly Christian church, as is our own Missouri. Not only do our senators and their estimable wives attend regularly divine service, but Mrs. Vest, seeking always to do honor to the meek and lowly Saviour, has a class in the Sabbath school. Mrs. Ccckrell would do the same, but domestic demands intervene. It will be a matter of congratulation on the part of Missourians to know that, while not prohibitionists, her represen tatives in the senate abstain entirely from the use of anything that intoxicates. ARRESTED IN THE ROTUNDA. A Man Who Did Not Get Very Near to Mr. Thomas's Pocket ful of Money. New York Sun. Samuel W. Thomas, cigar impor ter, waited in the throng in the custom house rotunda at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon for a chance to make oath in the matter of duties on cigars. He had brought $2l,G00 with him to pay the duties. He kept his overcoat buttoned for awhile, but the atmos phere was damp and warm, ad he finally unbuttoned the coat. A few minutes afterward Joseph A. Fly on, a custom house messenger touched his arm, and pointing to a thick set, black-inoustached man near by, said : He has been tampering with your overcoat pockets. Mr. Thomas felt in his overcoat pockets but missed nothing. His 21. 000 was in a waistcoat pocket. Police man Holly took the thick-sst man in to custody The prisoner said he was Julius Kempner, a repairer of billiard tables, living at 184 East Seventh street. He denied that he had med dled with Mr. Thomas's pocket. He was remanded at the Tomb3 until thi? morning. There has been a number of robber ies in or near the rotunda within a few months. Mr. T. B. Cuuningtuii, while going through one of the corri dors, had his pocket picked of 81,100. Broker Fergueson had $1,200 snatched from him. A few cays ago anomer broker was robbed of $300. Yesterday a poor old woman had her pocket picked of S2. OUR GIRLS. all right, but you must remember that the humble liver, working away unos tentatiouslj, is also a pretty good scheme, and without health woman can never attain success. The deadly clasp of the steel-riobed corset and the fatal grip of the gleaming garter are hurrving to early raves the worn en of our land. The beautiful eyes that should sparkle so brightly are dull and lusterless, the cheek whose whiteness should be relieved by the rosy blush of health is sallow and wan, and the fairest temple ever made is reudered a ghastly ruin by the one who should take the greatest pride in its beauty. And will you buy a book ? asked the young lady. I am sure you talk beau tifully. No, replied the horse reporter. I cannot buy a hook because actions speak louder than words, and I do not wish to disturb the dramatic critic, who is iu the next room trying to write soul without a large S. Catarrh elys Cream Balm ! CURro 'U! .3- -- USA. I has rained an envia ble reputation wher ever known, display ing all other prepara tions. An article m undoubted merit. I. convenient and cleanly. It causes no pain noraneezmg. IS NOT A Liquid or SnrtfT The Horse Reporter Tolls a Young Lady What to do With Them. young HAY-EEVER Apply hy the finjscr into th nostril. It will be absorbed, effectually cleansing th nasal passage? of catarrhal iru?, causing health v secretions. It allays inflamation, protects the inembranal linings ot the neaa irom additional colds, completely heals the sores and re stores the sens of taste and smell. Beneucial re built are realized by a few applications. A Thorouuii Treatmkst Will Cork. Unequaled for COLI in the HEAD. Heart nche and Deafne, or any kin ' of mucous rat-mbraual irritations. Send for ciicnia By mall, prepaid, .50c a package stamps received. Sold by all wholesale and reta;l drugRista. ELY BROTHERS, Owego, N. . Gentle Women tVho -want glossy, luxuriauf and wavy tresses of abundant, beautiful Hair must use JAON'SJCITHAIIION. This elearaut. cheap article always makes the Hair grow freely and fast, keeps it from falling out, arrests and cures gray ness, removes dandruff and itching, makes the lEajir strong, giving it a curlflig tendency and keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful, healthy Hair is the sure result of usimr Kathairou. From the Chicngo Tribune. Good day, gentlemen. Good day, said the horse reporter, looking up and discovering a ladv in the apartment. I would like to show you a work which I am selling, she began, and am sure it will prove both interesting and instructive. What's it about? asked the horse reporter. lne dook, conunuea me lair can vasser, is by one of our best known writers and speakers, aud is entitled, "What Shall We Do With Our Girls?" The question is certainly one of paramount importance, and Are your girls bothering you much this season ? inquired the friend of Maud S. Why, no. said the young lady, blushing: violently that is why, of course I haven't any daugnters. Oh, vou're out on the road tcllinir people what to do with their nivk be fore you're even mar-ied, let alone the mother of a few visions of loveli ness? Well, that's all right. Some of our best cook-books have been written by people who didn't know a pjridiron from the Fifteenth Amend ment. But the question of what shnll be done with the girls is really an im portant one, continued theyouni: lady. Have you ever given it a though i ? I can't say that I have, replied the hnrse reporter. I suppose we might tie 'em un in the hack vard when a circus comes to town. I hardly think you comprehend the question in all its bc-t rings. Whai is the legitimate sphere of a womau in what held of action can she he-t dis play and nmke use of the God-giren talents, attribute' of mental force, and ! thewaur) .s i wassayiQc. the Tonic u i , . , . . t t i : bottled up, ou fee that HaR-Matr? Well, physical graces With Which Shn IS en- iHittle of Park ra's Tonic in the loek.T I n dowed ? These are living, burning issues, an 3 must be fairly met. When we see All right, suitl the horse reporter, vou cau meet them if you want to. Woman's sphere, so fir as I have NOW IS THE TIME TO CORE SKIN HUMORS. I I is ut this yeitMiu when tae blxxl mid perspir ation are londed with impuritle. that Disfiur iug Humo a, Himiliuting Eruptions. Itchio Tor tures, Siilt Rheum, or Eczema Piioria.-uK, Tetter, Uingworm, Baby Humors, Scrofula, Scrofulous Sores, Abscesses and !)i.f nursing Wounds, and every species of Itching, f'caly and I'iniply Diseaies of the Skin and Scalp are most speedily and econom ically cured by tho Ccticura Krmkiuks. IT IS A FACT. Hundreds of letters in our possession (copies o which may be had by return mail) are our authori ty for the assertion that rkia, Scalp and Blood Hu mors, whether ScrofIous, Inherited or Contagious, may NOW be permanently cured by CcrirfRA 1U 80LVKXT, the new Blood Purifier, Diuretic aud Ap perient, internally, and Ccticuia and Cvticuba Soap, the great Skin Cures and Beautifies, exter nally, in one half the time and at one halt the ex pense of any oth r iea.si n. GREATEST ON EARTH. Ccticora Remkdik-S are the greatest medi ines on earth. Had the woretcaa of Salt Rheum in this county. My mother had it twenty years, ami in fact died from it. I belieTe Ccticcra would have aaTed her life. My arms, breaa and head were covered for three ears, which nothing relieved or cured until I used the Ccticura Rksolvkst inter nally, and Cuticdka and Ccticura Soap external ly. J. W. ADAMS, Newark, O. GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES. The half has not been told as to the great eura tiv, powers of the Ccticura Rkmkihxs. I have paid hundreds of dollar? for mediciue: to cure dH eriro of the blood and skin, aud never found any thing vet to equal the Ccticura Rkmkdiks CHAS. A. W ILLIAMS. Providence, R. I. CURE IN'EVfcRY CaSB. Your Ccticcra Rkhkdies outsell all othr med icines I keep for skin diseases. My customers at d patients say that they have effec ed u cure in every instance, where other remedies have failed. II. W. BROCK WAY, M. P. Franklin Falls, N. II. Sold by all dru -gists. Pmcc : Cuticura, 50 cts ; Resolvent, SI : Soap, 25 cts. Potter Drucj and Citr.MiCAl.Co., Boston, Mass .Send for"HoYV to Cnrc Skin Diseases." "DT? A TTIfV for Rough. Chapped and greasy DihD, U 1 1 Skin, Blockhead Pimples, Skin Blemishes, and Infantile Humors, "use Cutjcura Soap, a real Beautifier. CATARRH Matthew Arnold on American Journals. Interview in the Chicago Times. What do you think of the Amer ican newspapers, Mr. Arnold?" "Oh, they are smart," with a laugh. "But I think they have too much about the women marrying the bony skeleton. When I first came over I was very much interested iu the story of a man turning ont to be a woman, or something of that sort. I think there is too much of that sort of stufl, with big, leaded head-lines, in your American newspapers ; but I can't help but laugh at the racy way in which it is written about. The literary and dramatic criticism I have read iu your newspapers show careful, intelligent thought, and they are not so broken up and fragmentary as the political criticisms are. In the Pilot House. "Yes, sir; this kind of work oblige3 a man to keep s.tber as a judge. Of all men in the world, Opmnlxutt ullots and railroad enirineers should let liquor alone. Fo-on their clearn-5s- of sight and coolness ol neaa acpenas ;ne saieiy oi iue kui proj. ertv." , , . Keeping his hand on the wheel as he said thw, Mr. A. Brockman, of No. 2y Silver street. Chicago, added ; "Wf course, ome of 'era drink : but the so lirnntK bvfi i lie best Positions and the best piiv. Yes, the work and exposure sometimes tells on u : j but for mv part. I find Parker' Tonic to be all j the invigoraut I nted. I've got a bottle aboard here now; nver go un a trip without it. When I haven't any appetite, or am in any way out of sorts, it sets m up in no time. If drinking men would use th" Tonic, it would help 'em to break otT. (No, that isn't alight-house : it's a star. low down near mew lite with a ran keep malaria H.s far from me as that all the time. My wife has used it for three years for summer com plaints and colic, and as an invigorant, when she's Jired out from overwork. She says the Tonic is a daisy. Good-bye! D.m't break your neck going below. This preparation, which has been known as Par ker's GixGKii Tomc, will hereafter be advertised and sold simnlv un-ler the name of Parkkr's Ton- . . ic A unprincipled dealers are constantly ueceiv- under the name oi lrimrer. and as cin"tr is really an unimportant ingredient, we drop the misleading word. There is no change, however, in the preparation, itself, and 11 the bottles rem ining in the hands of dealers, wrapped under the name of Parker's Oin guii Tonic, contain the genuine medicine if the fac simile signature of Hiscox &. Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. been able to discover, is to never have jing their c ustomers by submitting inferior articles breakfast on time. It is no doubt a somewhat limited one, but she is grad ually reaching out into the great un known, and will eventually grasp with her lily-white fingers th black demon of injustice that has so Ions op pressed her, and strangle in the very stronghold of its power the great wroug which for centuries has baffled her efforts at advancement along the great highway of progress. Why, that's lovely exclaimed the young lady. You believe in lady suffrage, don't you ? Lady who ? I ady-suffrage believe that ladie3 should vote, and have all the political privileges that are accorded men. That's just what this book says. That chapter is perfectly sweet. It's just lovely. I presume so. But how about the chapter that says women should not cramp and distort their bodies with corsets and their feet with tight shoes? The gaunt demon of unrest that lurks in the maternal bunion may, in the s- r C. Wr.-r's Xr TJYK AND Tit UN' TliEAi .iM'oitic for H iTta. lfa Headache, Jervous Prostrntioc .caused by tft n of alcohol or i o!m. ft a&f fulnws. Alental 1 pressxon. Softemm. the linun rnnxngin j canity and ler.divg 10 misery, decay aud dratt Prematura OM xg, Harrcuncss, .loss off pow in either sex. Involuntary Lnmf and bpermat orrhcea caused by.vr-exertin of tho brain. 3. j abuse or over-'iidriltenco. Each box cou n, one month's treatment. 1.00 a box. or six W for$..f,sentbyw.t;i ptv;iauleu receipt of 1.1 "IVE ttFAKAXTEF. SEX BOSE' To cure any cas. "With each order received -y for kit hnrifs. accompanied vnth $.".OJ. we child of that mother, become an ever- &Z"TZ SaL" present monster or pain. a tun, linnrs-ii .uui ruU Oh, those chapters are horrid 1 An?. Fleischmsnpruggist what the world is interested in are the ssuskf-ut. atittctj:s. nobler attributes ofwoman-her soul' if If Pr-Vi ... I Book, to mil -wfao send tm and heart. 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