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IS JOS. A. jOMONDS. B. T. JESSE. Notatf Public. EDMONDS & JESSE. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, Fire and Tornado, Life and Accident Insurance. HOME MONEY TO LOAN. Office in Meng's New Building. I &c CO. bUCCKSSOIIS TO GROVE YOUNG. One Price Close Price Cash House. VOL. 20. LEXINGTON, MO., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18,)(. No. 42. -IIHKKUItn K. I'liiiE rouiu - A LI h TiH'K rwont- . mI In I'm- (Viilritt h H iti-i'.i-iitMi i ii'ir.tnlf l A'lilrt'-c: W II ItriM (HIM HUGH CATRON & MORELAND I.KXINliTO.N. MO. .1 IISTIt A VTN tF TlTl.r. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. IHONDY It) LII1N. UKVF. TUB DMA UIMI'I.KIK MM' nir At.stra.st lt.r.,r.i .l Tim- l II. r l.tlnl ul l.uf.)rlli- Ccii.ny. O KK'K IN ( oLItnimisK. WM. H. STEVENSON tutAi.yiuiiriiii rna ' ' We have ust received one ot (ho largest and beat selected stocks ot The Very Beat Goods ever brought to this market, con sisting of READY-MADE CLOTHING ' KOR Men, Boys & Children. DRY-:-GOODS ! Hats, Caps, Gloves, ' Furnishing Goods, Trunks. Valises, &c. Dress Goods, Cloaks, Trimmings, Jeans. Flannels, Blankets. and all other goods kept in a first-class . .Dry Goods and Clothing House. HARDWARE, CUTLER. GUNS ANI AMMUNITION. AlSll PLUMBING GOODS, 1HJIL0EUS' SUPPLIES, PUMPS OF ALL KINDS, WHIG FENCING. And a Fine Article of Home Grown Timothy Seed. Itespeclfully. W.H. STEVENSON 1 II Having purchased all of our goods be fore the McKinley Protective Tariff Bill passed the senate, which has increased the tariff from 35 to 50 per cent, higher than be lors its passage, wo are still prepared, on account of onr early purchase of goods, and bnying at extremely low prices, to give our customers the advantage of our purchase by selling them goods as cheap s ever before sold iu this market. ' We have accommodating . salesmen to show our goods; who take pleasure in show lug goods. Mr. II. Meyer will give especial attention to our German eoatotners- We cordially invite all who are in need of goods 1n onr line to give na a call and examine our stock, as we can save you money on your (all , and winter bills.' Yours, respectfully, J. W. HARRISON & Co. UIGGINSV1LLE. cdEsSINER, Gorier Fnnklii 111 Lurel Street: MARbLE-:-AND-:-GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES TOMBS VAULTS. At FENCES WOH BURIAL GBOUWDB. a. C. GRAHAM -dealer m- llt t ll l II. ( IH N1V IMITIt. per Vour. inuilo II' lll(l :5 C,oVi- O. ah. let ran see. what do you irlve for a cold on tho chest? " asked Jones, in a sort or indifferent tone, or doctor wnu wnoin no was siiirhtly acquainted, as he met him on tho street. " Advice," was tho laconic reply, ho do wo. We advise you not to neglect that hacking: rough and drowsy feeling', the coated tongue, the failing appetite, the indigestion mid ircnerul lassit ude and debility that " tired ti-eling. us so many express it. raite ur. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery, in time. und it will not disappoint. It is not only the most wonderful alterative, or Blood-cleanser, known to medical science, but also possesses superior nutritive and tonio or strength-giv ing properties, ror uronciuai, Murom ana Lung Diseases, accompanied with lingering coughs, tho "Golden Medical Discovery" is absolutely unequaled as a remedy. ror weait luogs, opining or mooa, cnoro Breath. Consumptive Night-sweats, and kin dred affections. It surpasses all other medi cines. It s the only lung remedy, sold by druirirlfita. guaranteed to oenetlt or cure, in very case, or money refunded. fij-4$500 OFFERED reriuv, - - 'i A lf.lii llc.ii of Ml (CIllM will ! triellv in wlvum-i' lor 11 lull veur Alkx. A. Lksueur. - - - - Kditob KTHAN ALLKN . - - BUSINESS Manaukb. Uiki.'Dit toi'KT-r iini .iiomiuys of April, August and 1 r.Nil.ir UKiHiNALUoiiurr irxt Monday of March bl.I euiiutl Monday ol Octoli-r. I'lioanTK Coiiiit Si'coml Mondays oi I rU- Uitry, May, AiiKiitl nncl Novt'inlier. County ,'oi'nT--rirl M. unlay in "'h nmnth Wabash Kallroud Timo Table. Omnibus will leave the hotels In this city for it. A I., .luueii'jii, inuking connection with traine coiug vunt, wesland north, ut 7.00a. m. Ilelurning. willurrive at Ii-:ina. in Oiniiibua willleave tor It. 4 . Junc tion, niakiiigr.iinner.tion with trains going east and west, ami north a liriw Itichmond. tit U'.dllp. m. Ileturnlng. wiltarrive:it 7.Hip in. JOHN 4; VOUWH ttimermtenrtent SSnnta F Route TKA1VB AnilIVZ. (i .tB. in. fioin l.exincton .ftn.e"n and i'bbI. 1.:-.i p. m. loni KuiiHitu i:ity and S. .lote.li. :."A p. ill. Iroin Kunias Cily und eaHt. TIIAINH I.KAVE. 7:nia. m. for Kunstiti i.iiv, S. Joe und eaHt. 4:410 p. in. lor RnnsuR (:iiy und si. Joe. 7 OA p. in. fur Cliieiign and liirltuinnH. Ticket!) sold at r.'ty olDee to all polnlH, liuy your llckrts and gel re'lnceil rule. JOHN TAD ISM AN, AgenJL Jefferson City, Boonville & Loxlng- ton Division Tims Table. for an tncurablo case of Ca tarrh In tbe Head, by the proprietors of Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy. By its mild, soothing and healing nroDertiea. it cures the worst eases, no matter of bow long standing. Only 60 cents. Sold by druggists everywhere. West want n t KHHtwnnl. "0 ATTORNKVH. TTOICNKY AT LAW. Will practice in al tV. U courtsof the aute. froiupt attenton ivea i) I buaiaess calruated to my care, j dice In UHSome building over Trigg & Shield ' ilure. janiuyi IIYIAND. . TIORNKV-AT-I.AW. Wlllgive prompt at- lenLion to all business entrusted to hia care. Will uractice In ail the courts, except the Fro- I tloooliri uaiuyjtte county . uwyi T. J. DUL1N, A T roRNKT AT LAW, will practice in an X the aute and federal courts, riumpi atten tion lo coMectioua, exainlnallun ol land lilies, writing legal imleuiurea. &o. Olllce la Inlelll- gencer hun.ling Iront room niy2 s. N. WILSON. Public Administrator aud Nolitrv I'utilie.. AM. 7 : In ml S:M Miu :i:40 A:0U I'M bltitioi.a. AM 2ir 6:14 6 :w :4.- !' 7.201 7:4fl ....Tipton ... It.ionvllle... ... . Waverly . .. ....Kilwams... ,...I)fver .....Northrup... ,. .Myrick .... ....Ltxlnton. . a.o m o 3 2t I'M . l-:.Vi r,:iU 11 :5ff 2:4 ni::t:; Nrlti 111:11 7:M V 4u 7::io U:0.1 ll:.rr. 8::tl. I'M AM. TBANSrEBS OF REAL E8TATE KuruiHheil wecKiy tothe Inlrllljjeixer b) Captitin J. . Conner, recorder ol'ileeil ol HfayettecouMty, Mo. Abstract ol the ileeils filed in tlie nllii-rof Reeorder ot Oeeila from .Saturitay. O. l.-jr.. ISfO. toSatiinlay, Noveuihrr l.lM'Mi. only sticb as coutalu uovnnantx ol wnrrm.lv eon- taniRil in list. A. K. Aoliurv to l. C. Martin, lot 9. M.-DanlelV 2d add lo HlfKin-ville V 4(10 Oil W. K. Brown lo Aug. Hollcaiup. IIKI screa, w hi nw and u hf uw w 2, 4!i, ari 'j.roo Urove Young anil wile lo -I. Sher wood, lot 12. bl U. Sout'i Aide null- division to tlmglnHVille. 1W (10 I . M. (4nw and wife In M llreck- .midge. 200 It nil n .t lo. f. I. M. Uaw's adl to nlgginviMo t00 00 law. If llnwen to 1. N, Kllwnriln. e hf Into, blk IS. Asburt's aihl lo HlMtlnsvile 3'i0 00 J at. II. Kowen to W. Woiulnril, lot . blk 15. Aaburv's add lo Hig- sinavllle TiOO 00 I. W. WhitKett to J. S. llurr.lot 5, blk 8, P & SV. add to Odea i"0 00 I'alleraon A Huillb lo It. tl. tladen lot 7. blk 14. Odei-Ha :K) 00 Henry l eterlng in .1 I. I.ohnefuer lot 0. blk f. Concordia ... 200 00 John Olubn et al In K. II. I.iesrr. lo! 12. 13 and 14. 1,lk ll.Cnucordia. . . K7i IM Nancy K. Kide lo '.K Huehuer, 2 2 IINI acres, pi ne ne 30, AO, 2H 44h 2.) Dora (ielzer to W..I. WllkeuiiiK. lot 3. blk 14. OtleKua "0(1 U0 C. (1. Lewis to T. B. ro vers, lot acre, mw n and DW.alKO 21 off w ante tie nw IS. 48. 2") 2.500 00 W. U. Hopkins lo T. M. Hopkins. i Inl in se ne 8, 48. 28 400 00 Sullie a. Harmon to II. A. and M. O. Kemper, lot 10. blk G. Smith & 'atler-Min's add to (Vienna 725 00 T. M. Hopkins to W. (4. Hopkins. i Int In aw nw 9, 48, W 400 00 T. .1. Uullng to 11. I). I'euiand.12'1 .r2-100 acres, pt e hf iw and l se 14. 6U.S7 3 000 00 No instrument will be li led until the fee Is paid. J& GETTING EVEN WITH THE HOTEL. Time Table of the Iiexinston branch of tho Mo. P. R. H. Westward. I- tiMMrnrd. STOVES. PAINTS ! PAINTS PAINTS- v. We are offering abigstock of everything in the ! . Paint Line, such as WHITE LEAD BEST GRADES, MASURY'S LIQUID PAINTS, 1-2 to 1 gal. cans. 1 MASURY'S RAILROAD PAINTS, ' in 25 pound cans. NEALE'S CARRIAGE PAINTS, in pints and qnarti. With theaw vou can r-paint your lioggy, Cart or Spring Wagon very nicely and at HttlH coat. A fnll lln nf Varnishes. Hani Oils anil Shellacs: also Win dow Glass:' sincleand donble strength. xxr mill make verv close urices on these coods and ask a call. . Very Respectfully, OHAS. W. LOOMIS, ' - FRANKLIN AVE. TINWARE, SHEET-IRONWARE COi'l'Eie JVA RE. Hoofing und Gutter In a Specialty. 1IOLK agent or ine nvieuraien " Peoria." wooil bm healer; Hold Coin," wood base healer, ami Monitoi" and "Darling; Oaks." torn I or wood heaters Has ila a full mpply cl Cannon Htoves, "Superior" Cook lioves, or wuou or ooai, aau m iuii aiBonmeni r all other noods in nis line. All work done and stoves sold guaranteed to tivesntlin satislaotion. Prices at lied ltoek. ud low as the lowest. O AH LAND C. GRAHAM. Franklin Ave.. Opp. Brewery s- f V )s0Mil y J. D. ollWLTU. l,exiiiaioii and Kant as Cily. ATTOKNEIS-AT-LAW, Lexington, Mo. J. 1) ,newaller huving openeii an ortice In Kansas City t American Hunk Hulldiiig, r.ighlh and llulaware). will be iu Lexingtou on .saiur day ol eacli week. dii-attf aaaT u. wa.Li.Aua. wm. u. CHn.Be. tV4L,L.A(;E CHILES. A TTOBNFY8 AND COHN8KLLOU3 Al flL Law. Lexington. Mo. OHloe, front room Ter the "Lexington Savings Bank," opposite tun court nuuaa. w ill pracbict io iuu wutwi'i Idtlayetle aud suiTounding couutles, and also ne oupreui. court oi inv bww ui dhww ; ;ue V. 8. circuit and District courts Weetern l Mrictol Missour. II. J. DUOIiGY, l TTORN K V -AT-LA W . IllralllsVllie. Mil. A Will i.rnctice in all Ihe hiale nnd federal ,ri. I'rn.mit attention tflven to eollectiolM, examlnaiiuus of land titles, writing legal inden tures, elc. Loans money at a low rule ot Inler mi Briic inunrun.-.e uollniea in alanilard com- panlen, ana, in iittu, avu-im. m mi i.i-. iiuslm.s in general, llllle.e over UloUe Clulh- ing lloua. lllKginivll'e. Mo aorjovl is Pansenger SUIi.im. iPiwaengi ' jj AM AM eU : AM PM i I'M lit-Hf. 5:ir 4:.l .... Sedalm .. n::IO;lii ir,: "J in l:.'l 11:11) :."! .Cuneiiidiu. . ii ik.I s Til I-':I7 lliim tl: III .. AMll Villi- Hi' H:.'l 11:30 : ll:4N -ii ..Hmginiville. H M (,-!): 0:M ::l a-fis ti :it.- Pag Cttv.. K:W h:ii7;ln 4 0i !.'.' I exii gli.ii .. 7:4.'i 7 :4"i 4:to 7:-."H 7:2ii ... -Myiiik .... 7:-Jh 7s:W! :5r ft II 7:4.1 .. VVelliimton 7:17 M:Vf : 7:lill .... Waterloo... ... 7.1oH:IW 5: Ml 7:.V. ... ...Nspolion. .. .. 7 :(MI 7 :& s:0i h :.V1 liiilf.einleiip.e ... n pi1 ft-40 i m n and for th. ITIo lollnw the time of Iralns going inl read from lop of eoliiinii downward: ol tlmhe going O'ihI read Iroin the bottom of column up ward. A a 1.00111s, Ag.-nt at ..exuiifton. II .1 MDIIH. A uent u Mvrick, Cbicaso Sl Alton B. R. I'tmseilgrri 1 a ! a (TIEDICAI.. I LUBKNI K IS. 1IAMIS All, in. II. X OMlEOPATUI3T. Women aud Cliildreu's X Diseases a specialty. UlUce on rranklia avenue. oppoBtte ooiirlliouse apiJlintt W. T. l)AMtllO.. in. D. IIVKiriAN and Surgeon, o0.ru his profes- JT aloiial aervices to tin- e.liizi-na of Lexingmn and Vf.inity ilence, Win. B Olllce, Ming liollon's. biiildliig Iteri- septtOy 1 EUOVAIID BLITZ. L.. I. Hi. ti.l-Mt' I1L vl 'I- I t'l ..Ml r... SUKUElUll 1r.llllOI, W1UI.CUIIIII- r4mm I I I 1 r savinKf tUnn. l.nii.K'"". 7 ' I Passenger' lq - 1 AU AM. I I'M I ::in 8:211 4:4.' 5:47 I '"" . i I 6 ::(.' I K:4o 4:.V 5:.Vi! I :7t: i I (i v,; I :Wi; 5:t0 t,:l':i 4:): I I fiiris V.'l !,:Vi U:l.'i 4::io 7 :0. l(i::is r. '.: U::t:i I 4""!; 11:1.'. A 40 11:50 j fi 7:Wi 1 1 :.'g 5:W 7:lo .'i:Jll 8:.'- i V) 7:1ft 8:4."i I'M. 7;IKI . lilai Lbiirn. Alum. . (Joi.li-r. AM I I'M. III! .'..'ll inna; :47 1 I H I. :l:i lligglimville.! !t:' . .May view. !l:i: !I:4II H:l.rr; I ! Il0:4i, 1, H-.MI 1'i-IM) llliSII vrjit ll:i'i :Ull IO:lN; :IM 1:15 7:5H, ! il(P:l.'. I . Oil. !!... : MM, H:M 110:115 7:40 NEW YORK FASHIONS. 41 in Door t.ariuenta CUIIdrrn'a lathlona- Millinery !o-lumea. Kditok Intici.liuknckk: Imlepcn- deut Hlccves of velvet are very fashion able in new cloaks ai.tl one recently Helected by Mrs. Orne Vll?on (itec Astoi ) is ol camel's hair in lovely llm al palttrn. Matelaase is in grout lvor lor long cloaks as also plush and velvet is used to Koine extent, but chielly in combination or as an accessory. A new deiui lonir garment is jacket shaped at tho back with long umtiiillu ends of matclasse, but by lar the greater num ber envelope the figure with some effort alier uoveity in shape, but no marked departpre Irom last season. Ioug cloaks for ordinary occasions are in mixed, striped or plaidud cloth on tho ulster or new market older and short wraps are in plain cloth trimmed wiih braid or passeuieuieie. They coino well below Ihe waist with longer or shorter iront ends and similar shapes are shown in tho high class fabrics used lor long garments. One of Judge Hilton's daughters has fust selected a iiiaielasse wrap lilinrued with feat here. Jackets ol plain cloih are: very popnlni nnd universally tight lilting 111 tho back, show tbe fronts either tight or iootsu. while many are rendered very jaunty by contrasting braids aud gilt buttons. CHILDREN'S CLOAKS are ol plain coiorea, uiixcii, sinpe.i or plalded cloth aud stylishly trimmed with astrakhan, ine nacK slopes into ihe figure but Irouls are often loose and sleeves lull, bquare pocket Haps on the hips are frequently seen ami a popular garniture is velvet and thick -. -' 7:1" ..llule I'liy. 8:4.'. Kansas Cily H:lil 7::lo 84 I 7: 1.'. I):IA w-ao :,:ir. AM. DENTI8T. IIAS8KLL. 1. U. S.- tl If root rooms over Coiuiuercial lana, oppOHiw iuo wuiiui.uk,1 .i xingu.n. uo. 0 nun DU.J.H.ME.HII, SUltGKON DKNTI8i'.ouice..nJBile thecourlhouse.u tairs, l.-x log on, idlanouri. WINKLER pra'NiTraE COMPANY. MANtJ VACTUKBK8 AND DKAXKRS IN FTT-RITITTJIIE. AKI PKKPAHKD TO DO ALL KINDS OK fuming, Planeing, Scroll Sawing, Ac. We also keep constantly on band Stair Banisters, Newel Posts, Walnut Coffins, die. Metalic and Wooden Burial Cases Always on Hand. They respectfully ask the attention of all to ihe articles ol their manufacture pledulng them selves lo sell as cheap as such articles can he '.ought. WINKl.tCK FUKNITUItK COMPANY A PECULIAR HORSE. I Johnny Tenderstitn : Hitch him to a plow, ''he's lar;" t hitch him to a baggy, "he's dar; hitch him to a wagon, "Ijh'h dar;' de trouble is to get him 'away from dar." If you aie in quest of CHOICE OLD LIQUORS VISIT A. GEYER'S, "HE'S DAR;" JgflnH Imported or Domestic Wines, "he's dar;" want Pare and "JvVry Old Whieky or Brandy for medicinal purposes, "he's dar," V nu dit costs less'tiian others chargejo get itaway from dar. FOR SAXjE NO. I One elegsnl two story llrlck Dwelling House, on Third street, Lexington In perfect enter anil o.. million. 10 rooiiia.lieuuliiul yar.l. with llowers anil grapes ami walks, r rnt uliil hack lot. A hargain can lie hail if taken soon. ifi. WINsOll SON. Agnus NO. 2. One siiliRliinllal, well-built, two story Hrle.k Dwelling oil the I1I11U, hamleoiuely anil conveniently locaieil. n rooms and two halls, front and hark lot, all in good coml tion. Olfeird al low prire lo ipnrk buyer. K, WINSOK . HON. Agent-. NO. 'J. One and 11 half story Krsiue Dwelling on Houih street, u rooms, enure property in ooinplele onler, and very tieairalile and con venient to l.iiaiuturt. Iljrn, watei, Iruit, grass, trees, An. Can bu hoiight now st a bargain, if sold soon. K. WIN.SOK fcON, Aganls. V "7" NO. 4. One slory FiaiM llwellirg oil College street, 4 rooms and cellar, large lot, water barn. Ac. Odetcd very low K. WINSOIt A SON. Agsnts ON 5 Also another Hnek anil Frame Dwel ling two stories, 5 rooms anil hall and norc'li . good hiirii MubI b sol I soon. Offer ed low. K. WlNoltbON. Agents. Trains inai ked with will 1101 hi i. Trains murked Willi I stun .11 amnal Local I'reigbUriindaily except Sunday . Other trainsdallv. Coupon tickets 0.1 sale lo all ptincipal points In the United Stairs and Canada, liuggsge checked through lo denlliiuliuii withoiii extra charae. H. A. V Kit M I I.I ll )N . Aunt al IligguihVllie. OH. J. J. UltEEtl, UKUKON DKNTIST, has opeiiol 3g J an olUiw over Hie L 1 layette Conn- ffimSSi ly Uauk, next door U. Ur. Tucker, 1 I.TT r jnil is now prepare. 1 10 uo an aiuusoi woia. Soeoial eiuniloii given lo Hie tilling ol teeth mid theiuiknigof urliiloial dentures. Iti'ing your schlug teeth and nave til. 'in rxlracteu wiiuoui ualn uv. ne n.e ol ultr.ius oxide. Sutmlaclion guarauleed in every case. Lexington, Mo. Very Like a Troo. They sat upon the portico Til hour was lale indeed! Kalr Nellie yawned iucassanlly, lint Harry took no heed. "Why arc you like that hliislnl IrteV l'oor boy could not -conceive. Heeause," she answered sleepily " Because you do not leave." HsNKs. COMMERCIAL-:-BANK, L.EXIKUTOi'V, MO. It. TAUUMAN. I'aas. W. II. CH1LKS. V-l". II It. IKKLAND, CASiuaa. PAID III' CJ41MTAI., $-ft,O0O. BUSINKS8 ON A I.IIIKKAl. A.M. IHII'ta.Alt IIAMIH. nlllKCTDltS 1 LO( g TKHIIUNS, JAM KS CATIION, JACOB O. CONNKII, IIOIIKIIT TALIIMAN, U0. W. JOI1N.I.N, WILLIAM II ( IIII.ICS. I K. IIICI.ANO MORRISON WENTWORTH BANK l.UXlI4j'14IH. itl. WILL do uene,al Banking liusin hs; buying and SeMI .g l.onils, Gold and Jixchaege. Ueioslla leceived. colleotlons made and pron-ptly leinitted for al current rales of exchange. I.ibi ral accointD'Alaticns to Itegular Customers. U O. WKNTWOltTH.l'rciit. It F1KLD. Vice frennleni, WM. MoltRltiON. Cashier . BANK OF HIGGINSVILLE, Capilnl Slock, $30,000. W, M. NKALK. I'kks. Ciiah. IIOKKb.lt. Cai.ii. J. M. AKUKNTKOUT. Vk k-I'iikl DIUKCTOIts : A Bad Calamity. Ue hi Id li.T INsouin, lithe and hiiiiple form i'rusned close ugaiuit Ins throbbing, heav ing bit'ssl. Which did lis il iilv Ihiolil.iiig linden eith A brand new, snow white, iiinely-eltlit cent vest. i Hbe laid her bouny, curly eoldi n lit ad Id plsful mood upon that vest no white; And swore that flic, forever ami a (lav. Would love him, aud slick liy bun. coiuo what mi j; lit. Next inorniiiK, when bo looked at bis new vest tie vowed he'd have no more to do with girls. lie had to pay Cing Hluli I. lug Ufty ccnls To wshIi out marks left liy her golden curls'. 'My Ruthers. . A. C'llAUHI.IN, W. li NBALK, J. M. AUMKNTIIOUr, . MKA1.K, TUUMKIt O II miltHTMANN. :. r. 11UK1INKI1, I'llAI HOSKKK, J 1' III. I. It N . ric ACOCK, Do a Ueneral liankin llusiliebs iu Loans, f.oiinlB. Kxchnnge slid DepohltH. Dis 11 Ml with two and On easy tortus KO. 6 four small Dwelling., imee ro .na, good looaiteos aod cnesp WIh-oll 4 80N A4WlM, J.A.WILSON -M A KKS A SPECIALTY '' FIRE INSURANCE! Ai.KN r ro 4 Tim roi.n.wiNi. kihst m.h l-OMfANIICt: HOME. or rvi:v vttKit, NIAGARA FIRE. OIIKW VOIIK, PMCENIX. OI II All I (r'OHIt -orfica at I W. (Oil. MW k HY J1MKS Vl'IIITCOMB Itll.KY. I tell vou what I'd ruther do Kl I only had mv ruthers. I'd rulber work when 1 wanted lo Than he bosreil around by oilier". I'd want to klndo' git tbe kwing O' what wi. nrtdtd, find, 1 Jitig ! Alore I 1 w nil al uiivtbitig ! VA I only bad my ruthers. In tact, I'd sun lo he the same W ith all men as my brothers; An- tin y'd all lie Hie funic wlih me, Kt I only hiiU my mtbtrs. I wouldn't likely kuow ll ali Kf I only nad my miners I'll know $umi ensc. aud some buve-bsll 8 me old Jokes, and some outers; I'll kuow some pr.lilic-i, and 'low Home larill-speeehes same as now. Then go beur Nye on "llralns ami (low To Drier! their 1'rcwnce." T'other 'At slaved away, I'd lei 'em slay All 1. v illsseuliii' hrotbern Could choose as shore a kill or k-yore, Kf I ouly bad uiv ruthers. Tbe pore 'ud kit their iIiiim -oou 1 lines Kf I only bad mv miliars. And be paitl ilullurt '.-lul ' 'i. Ker cbllilii n, wives and lii.nlieis; I'bttr lo ut sink. ; ineir girl 'at sews--'er otkot mil bei aelf, ! knows! The grave's hir only rhaiigw ol clothes! Kf I only bad in rtilbcrs.--They'd nil have "stuH" i.ml lime eiioiigh To answer one-anolher's Appcaliii' praver fer "loviir care" Kl I ouly had my iiitiiers. They'll be lew folks 'ml ast li r trust, Kf I ouly had mv rutin r. And blamu lew lniiee-s men to lui'dt Thelrsclves, er hearts ol others; l.ig Onus 'at come here durln' fair v.'i. I. could put up lest auywbme. And lind a lull-aud pli nly there, Kf I only had mv ruthers; Tbe rich jind great 'nil 'soeiato With all their lowly brothers, Krnlin' nv ilu w the ln.iioriin Kf I only ul IUV rutliers. I'eisons ailing lo get thuir paper regularly from tho carrier will greatly oblige us by leaving word at this otHce, whore a paper will he given otl and a reprlnuin to Ihe earri'r. If we beur no complaint, of course I M'c must conclude til tit Ihe paper in left with jdue legularity. If cords. For rouh usage, ulsters are made with box plaits in ihe back ami double fronts laatcned wilb large born buttons, both cotillueu by a belt. Iter fer jackets are worn by quite small girl and misses as wen ana are usually made in colored clolh trimmed with braid. Other jackets for in Uses are Mulshed with astrakhan and ahow a morn dressy contour. A genuine sensation iscieated aiuouo fashionable retail merchants anil stylish shoppers as well, bv the recent open ing of Deutsch & CVs. txquisito estab lishment at Fifth avenue and Twenty second street. It is a study io artistic litiing up, resembliug rather an elegant private parlor ihan a place of business ami so far exceeding anything hitherto attempted thai strangers would do well to pay a visit of curiosity. Such do light tul creations as may be seen in children's suits aud cloaks are a con tinual source of aiiuiiration and are worthy the designer whose gartncuis from his wholesale house lower down Broadway, have hitherto been shown by retail dealers as importations. I-milies" tea gowns are equally original and nrtixtic, giving greater opportunity lor combinations ol rare labric aud garni ture. fSomo WlDK tiKIMMKD HATH for children coino with peaked crowns, but those lor young ladies are all with very low crowns and trimmed extrava gantly with long or upright ribbon loops. Wing feathers or wings may almost encircle aud blackbirds havo stretched out wings and a tail feather that sometimes darts a loot up win its. Other birds are not so lantastic yet, aro posed iu varied contortions or sprawl with extended leet while an extreme of flatness is reached in simulated birds made ol feathers pasted nu cloth. They aie placed on wide brims which twist ed as fancilullv as during ihe summer, afford scope lor innumerable vagaries and marked contrasts in color. This last teaiure prevails everywhere, a sample toque showing gray, bright greceu and heliotrope. Iu NKW COSTU.MKS shoulder puffs are extremely high and narrow no as lo give uo breadlh and it is thought extremely stylish lo have tlieiii coming iu perpetual coliisou with 1 ho high Medici collar lhat (lares about the neck, nibs agaiusi ear rings and prevents a lady Irom turning her head. These Medici collars may coino lo an end halt way about the throat, quite eiifircie or 011 evening dresses he brought down lo thu waist They aie the touch of touches. Lyvx Caktki:. I From Ihe New Yoik Suii.l I bin I a room next to a commercial tniveler in 11 Ht. I.oiiih IkiIi'I. and when liotli of iih were parking up to go, nllei a stay ol linee or lour diy, I heard a sudden crash iu his room aud went in to ascertiiiii lint cause. Ho had Ihe lounge on its hark, and had broken off a leg. "Yon pep," he explained, in an tinswer lo my look of inquiry, "I am goiiing even wilh ihe house." "How do yon mean?'' 'bit down, my dear fellow' he con tinued, as he reached up and cracked oueof Ihe gas globes with Ihe door key. '-Let us theorize a hit. The objwt ol the hotel is to luruisb a temporary home tor a man away from his own. The idea is lo leeil ami loilgi: bini and make him romtortahle for a money consideration. The rate here is $4 per day. Did you ten the porter lor bringing up your trunk?" "Yes." 'So did I. That was sheer black mail. I fill you fee vour waiter?" "Yes.'' "So did I . We had to or one wouldn't he half wailed on. That's more bltek- inail. How was the gas in your room?'' Very poor." "Kxaclly. 1 1 is turned oil so that no one can gel half a light. That's a It ami on the guesls. Did vou drink at the bar?" "A glass ol beer.'' "And they charged you ten cents and Ihe glass . as only a pony. They made litlly 701) per cent, prolii 011 that beer That is extortion. Did you have ire water at night ?'' "Y'cs.two or ihreo limrs." ''And vou gave the hell boy a dime each time, loufell that you had to Sic felt that yon ought to, and stood wi.Uing for it. That was more extor lion. Did the mosquitoes bother you auv?" ' Yes ncarlv ate me up." "And why not? There's not a screen of auy sorf at any window in the whole house. In other words, the laud lord hain't the slightest care for your com tort. He won't go to the least cost or trouble to give yon a good night's sleep. Ituy any cigars in the hotel? "Yes." "Well. I'.iev made from 150 lo 200 percent on them. Ilae any laundry?" "Yes." "Well, they charged you from 75 lo 100 per cent, above outside prices Pi rhtips you had a coupe f " Yes." "Ordered it through Ihe office.proba bly?" "Well, you paid from 2.ri to AO per cent, above regular outside rales. A ni:in took vour hat at Ihe dining room door. He is Mationed there to bleed lbi public and he bled you. Il vou gol sli ived, vou paid 2.r per cent over oul - side rates. Same if yon got a shine on your shoes. As a matter of fact, you have been blackmailed and robbed I rum basement lo top story. Now, then, how aro you going to get evenr 'I don't know." "Then learn, I have broken a leg off th;it lounge. The tact won't be discov ered for a week or two. mo one can sav I broke this L'lobe. 1 take this bottle of ink aud pour it on the carpel nnd move Ihe bureau along. With mv knife I rip a slit in this mall less. It's on Ihe under side and won't be seen for a month. 1 lake this paper aud crowd it into the overflow pipe of Ihe wushstand. and three or lour days hence they wilt have to call a plumber Now with my knile I crack two ot the upper panes ol ibis window. Ihe oi. res will work loose before snow flies. I rack the btiruau drawers so and so and shut tbeui up, and that will give the carpenter a lob. That's all. 1 piicsh. and 1 11 leave il to auy lair minded man if I havo not more than evened up accounts." POLICE ESPIONAGE IN IRELAND I From Harper's Weekly. I It was in 'lipperary a few months ago inai a popular pastor, Father Humphreys, was espied on the street in a predicament lamtliar to members of parliament In. in Ireland that of beii g "shadowed." lure we understand lhat word to mean a following by stealth on the part of adeieciive; but in Ireland Ihe direct meaning is applied. The detec tives are yolii.eiiimi, and they stick as close to their viciiu. h I. is shadow Ijood Father Humphreys cannot leave bis door without being joined by an armed' policeman, who Walk close by bis side, keeping step, whilst another member ol ihe royal constabulary sialks silenily heiiiini." Ilegous into a parishioner s house; his shadows wail by (be door. He cnteis a shoo; the sbadows follow, and listen eagerly fi r some word winch limy jus. if y the Ineni magistral", according" to the fright lul perversion of justice which oh.aiiiP, iu Hppinr the lather in j.ul. ll one of his shadows can entrap him thus, or, still belter, il he can bo goaded lo a push or a joslle which cun he consider el an insult u ihe sacred profession of constabularism, he will bo protnplh ttstlcd nilo ihe bridewell. Meantime his friends are watchim him from a window, vastly amused, it is to be feared, al Pis plain disgust ; lor when he stops to look in a window, the bobbies'' slop short; when he moves on, they step out. I 'at rick O Urien, M. 1. lor MuDHohaii. is unrticnlarlv delighted, perhaps because 1. : has been through so many scrues with these same well-set-up lellows, where blood Hi) wed and citizens were killed ont nght.that Ihe annoyance ol his shadow ed aud revered friend seems bv con trast a l ike. He oneus the window. holding a small square box under his arm. A little snapping noise sends a quiver of alarm through a dozen police men gatiiereu before ihe house, and he has bagged three birth at one shot from his Kodak. The architect of New Tippcrarv it not so cautious as Father lli'iiipurcvs. He is a big man, anil does not relish stepping aside into the mud when crossing ihe street because three cou slatsles aland so that the narrow cross- ng Is blocked. Ho brushes through the group, is reported as violent, and nidged iu jail at hard labor, just to teach him lhat he mast not build towns iu Ireland unless the landlords tek bun to do so! His release is the result of auothcr atnuaiog complication. calculated, like all tbe rest, to educate Hie lrisu to scoru ol magistrates and lawgivers, from the queeu down. liis case is telegraphed at ouce lo West minster, and the Irish members vow vengeance. The appropriations bill is ou its way back to the house of lords, whence it will soon reach the queen s bauds. All the members have made their engagements tor tbe vacation, and no cloud appears on ihe horizon. The raiucllilies inform the official who iakes ihe bill on its devious course that they propose lo delay il. Parlia ment will have to fit two days more, if u.it three. The official turns pile and wrings his hands. He sees me wrath of his superiors, and oh, heavens! in the dim perspective, ihe anger ot tho queeu, compelled lo postpone the retreat to her beloved Balmoral. What do they want? "An order to the tory judiciary in Ireland to lei Mr. William mil out ot ul.'' 'ihe onicial heaves a sigh ot happiness, tor what lo him is the release of one man more or less in that remote, detested quarter ot the empire called Ireland? The bargain is struck, and next raornjng the big architect of New Tinperary smokes his cigar triumphantly in the laces of bis captors and judges. BIO BEN. port smalt's Story of Iluuiinif. A lligttlar il ireuce It. Moore, in November tit. Nicho las. ; Years ago near a place CBlled Enter 1'iis.e, on a point jutling lulo Lake Monroe, during all Origin days a cer tain big iCIigaior used io lie barking iu I bu sun. Ilu was well known lo liio whole neighborhood. The entire -oterie t l oriemeii at Hie only hotel used to oll him "Uig fjeti.-'and proud hunters would talk, nnd even dream, ol Ihe lime when a Well aimed rifle shot would end his long career. But Big Ben was as cunning as a serpent, and whenever any one, nlool or tti Hl. erne uiipletiM amiy near he would slide off iuto Ihe va.cr, which meant good-bye lor tint list ol the day. one line mo. niiig one of these sports i.. ii. puddling up ihe lake.luckily wilh hi i IL: in his canoe, came upon Bijf i. en so sound asleep Hint ho Mole 0i wnliiu lunge and put a bullet through the alligator s brain. What to do next mas a problem. He could not low Ihe moiihier all ihe way to ICmerpiise wilh ins small canoe. A bright idea struck him. He put his veiling card iu tho beasts nioiilh an! paddled swiftly buck. i number ol hunters ivet uallhe wliarl, and Ihe slayer of Big Ben hastened to inform I hem with apparent sincerity that while out pt.dditng uo had romo within easy range ol ihe "gator," who w as, no doubt, still lying motionless on the point. A ll.iillu m ,oa, ntul emoes, miiiiiicit bj mi a,ln W jth r:flMf i.ihlauuj aim i,-d ir ihe point. To avoid contusion it Wlw unanimously agreed lhat all should go down togeth er, and lhat the entire pnitv, it ihcy were lucky enough lo ii,.d iitj. ise ill theie, should lire a voiley al Ihe word ol command. As they approached the poiui.fho hearts of all beat quickly; ' and when, with straining eye, u,ey mw Big Bon apparently asleep aud moilonlesss upon the bank, even the coolest could scarcely control Lis frel n g. The butts were silently drawn iM within easy shot, and the w'ord was given. Bang, bang! wont a score ot i.iies, . mi ins; H riddled with bul lets, lay inotioiiless upon the-poini! Wilh a i heir ot itiu.upn the excited s, orlMi.ei, leaped ashore, and lasicuiug a rope arouud I Uo deatl alligator speedily towed him io Enterprise, lucre the original slayer awaited itieut upou the "vuarl. When Big Ben was laid upou iho shore, opetiiug tho aui mal s mighty jaws ho disclosed his vis mug card, aud thauned them most4" politely for their kindness iu bringing his 'gator home for him. WATERSON'S OPINION OF BLAINE THE MORTGAGED WEST. NOT Or A SENSATIVE NATURE. 1 dialler. "Mollio, I wish you would be a heller little girl,'' said a loud lather lo his little daughter. "You have uo idea how sorry I am that man inn has 1 1 scold you always." "Don't worry about il, apV whs the reply ol Ihe little angel. "1 am not ono of those sensitive children. Half the time I don't hear what slip says.'1 ONE CONSOLATION- (Exchange. First Anarchist (sadly): "They have established free baths in the cily Second Anarchist (hopelully) wel there's uo law ooiupciiii.u; (aku 'em. Daniel R.dooJIoe.ln the No ember Ko-uin.l The western stales have given more attention lo the collection ot statistics of mortgages than other parts of the country. The subject is one of great and growing interest, and it is well wortli Ihe curelul examination of sta tisticians aud statesmen. Ohio is the oldest of the north west eru stales. The state bureau ol statistic, repot led, lor the year 188, 291,640 inortifaues upon real estate, aud the amount for which tho laud is uiortgag ed is $330,999,000. The assessed value of real estate was $1,220,262,000; tho mortgage indebtedness, therefore, wa within a fraction, one-third Ihe value ol the whole real estate ot Ohio. The aggregate mortgage indebted ness of the people of Indiana is at least S2G,000,0()0. The total number ol real estate tnort gnges iu Illinois, in 1887, apart Irom e.it v lots. v,as 9i.777, for an aiununt of S142.400.0UO, iho over due ju'eresl amounted to f 4,9l9,7.r4, and Ihe total indebtedness ot the farmers, thereloie, was $147,320,000. The number of acres Oiorlgaged was 8,082,794. and the rate of interest was about (ii per cent But of course Ihe interest nominated iu the bond was not all. The interest, iu one lorn, or anothei, will rarely lull below 10 per cent. i Thoaunual report ot the Michigan labor bureau for 188 shows tho follow ing results- The total number of farms iu Ihe state was 90,803, ol which 4.3.079 were mortgaged, their assessed value being $79.713 0(10, aud thu mortgage indebtedness $37,406,001). The raiu ol interest was 7 2 percent, and the ac crued interest was $2,701,000. The percentage of mortgages to Ihe assessed V'iluu ot the mortgaged lands was 46.8. The number of mortgage foreclosures during Ihe year was 1.667, aud Ihe number of redemptions 131. The number of sales under execution was 244, and Iho number ol redemptions was 33. There arc said lo he 270,1X10 farms iu Kansas; Mini on this basis the editor fit the Topeka Advocate concludes that I bo total mortgage indebtedness ol Ihe si ate, among the In huts, is $Ho,.'iti;!)000 The report ml Is: A great many have had lo bin row interest lroii the hanks, Hi.tliHliTshaven.it paid Itneicst for two ll III 4. 'I In- ii'in soil m the west is rapidly 11 using to be ihe home nnd Ihe posses sion l thu sturdy Aineticau lreen.an, I: is leia.ed ol .lohti Uauilolph.ol iioa l.i'ke.thtit when visiting a ueigh'-otiug planter, some seventy years ago, lie loittid Ids hostess sui rounded by her lemale servants, making clothing lor Ihe tirecks who were tdruguliug lor liberty and independence, lint while taking leave, he observed a Hoop of ragged slaves approaching ihe house; and turning, he said to the lady, "Madnhi.the lireuks are al your door." And now lo America, all aglow wilh sympathy lor the Irish iu their struggle lor liberty, it mav be said, "Madam, ircluiid is at your door." In a recent issue of the Louisville Courier-Journal is a judgment of Sec retary! Blaine and his reciprocity policy. from which we reproduce the following extract: Too much significance cannot be at tached to Mr. Blaiue's recent argument for reciprocity between ibis country and the nations ot Latin America. Mr. Blaine is, without question, the keen est intellect in the republican parly. By force of brains. brilliance and experience he is easily first among repnblicau lead ers and he owes this premiership chiefly to the aculeuess and swiftness with which he perceives public sentiment, and the promptness and adroitness with which he springs forward as us champion. lo no one in the least acquainted with the character of this political lead. er could there be a more striking evi dence of the growing demand lor Ireer trade than Mr. HI uuei s sudden advo cacy of reciprocity. That the man who but a short time ago so dramatically flashed across the sea his defiance to President Clevelund, when the latter placed himself at the head of Ihe tariff reformers, is now the man to step forth and command his parly lo halt and turn back trom the verv road toward which he directed it is at once another manifestation of Mr. Blaine's sagacity aud another proof that the tide has set irresistibly against the barriers which havo walled oar shores aud which have made us, commercially, a dependeul province instead of a sovereign power. But if the fact ot Mr. Blaine's argu ment is significant, ihe method ot it is more so. He not only forsakes the in sulated ground of (he protectionist, that free trade is our greatest foe, but he insists that tree trade with Latin America is a thing to be coveted so strongly that it we can't get it in any oilier way we should barter for it, aw s AMONG THE HUSBAND'S PEOPLE. I From Harper's Bazar.) The young wifo who leaves her own family iu a measure, that is, iu its close daily hie, and enters largely, as she must needs do, ino thu lilo and cir cumstances of another family, will do wen iur uerseu ii sne lakes with ber a determination lo love and to be loved ' there. It is an 111 adviser who cautions her lo stand upou her rights, and lo let ihe others observe iu tho beginning that there is to be no interference. It is time enough lo roseut inlet letence, if il is ol the Uhwiii tamable sort, when it comes. To go bristling all over with arms and armor is lo iuvile attack any where. She should remember, too. mat sometimes parents have the right lo interfere. Even if the inteilerence comes at last, even if it b0 ill-judged, she will do belter to meet it gcnily than to reiiel it iorcibly. She will be wise to look at the possibilities of her future, too, and to tee the tolly of weakening any ot ihe anchorage?, as one may say, of her husband's life; to see ibe better -part ol increasing his love and fealty lo bis o vii people, lo appreciate the help ihey will always he "eaaer lo irtvo her iu strengthening the good and in repressing thnt which is not so good; ibe restrain! I hoy will he in ease ot need, Ihe wall ol support to all her en deavors. And even it she never re quire any help of this sort, and ihe very thought be a profanity, she should 1-.OH- yince hersell that her husband's people have, belore any thing is said, a right ' lo her affection. They are Ihe ones of whose flesh aud blo"d,-of whose Hie and manners, of whose thought and principles, was born that which is most precious of all iho universe lo hei ;they cannot he quite tin worthy of some por- ion of thai which their sou evokes. Sometimes she will find these good people aching for ber lovejand whether they are so eager as that or not, if she only give ii to I hem with a quick and lender heart, taking fjieirs lor granted, whatever arc her imperfect ions they will bo forgiven, whatever are her ex cellences ihey will be exalted, ami sho will make lor her hersell and for her husband a happiness far exceeding lhat to lie had by auy other course. ,' . THE AGE OF ELEUTEIOITT- I Krooi the Pari edition of the Hcrild.l Some one has Invented au electric mouse nap. It consists of a metallic cage coiitaiuing cheese. The mica naturally approach it for purposes of investigation, but Ihe instant they touch me wires an electric current strikes thorn dead. The same system might bo applied to counting room sales for tho discouragement of burglars, aud at some time iu the future we shall proba bly see airy and comfortable prisons sui rounded with a wire fence which no prisoner can touch without being stuuued, thus rendering holts, bars ami keepers unnecessary. " TOO MU0HkDM. TWO POINTS OF VIEW. Stranger: "If a man falls down an open coal hole, can ho sue the owner ol the premises for damages?' Lawyer: "Certainly, sir, ceitainly; big damages, and get them, too. (Sive me the particulars." "Well, as my brother was passing your house this inomiiig he fell through a coal hole and broke his leg." "(I'm! Did he use ordinary vigi lance to prevent such an accident? Did he look at his leet an he walked? Did he stop and examine the condition ot the pavement belore entering upou it? Answer me lhat, sir!' "Slop? Why, no." "Ah, ha! 1 thought ao, (luiity ol criminal negligence. He might have fallen ou one of my own family nhder that coal hole might have killed us all, sir. As it Is I shall sue him lor damages tor luuiising u my coal bin." The Boston Herald tells of a steamer bound tor thu wost cost ot Africa that she had on board tourlccu missionaries, four hundred ami sixty tons ol guu-, iowder aud something like ten inou-' band i- .sks of rum. Iu sot.ii delightful way onr modern civilization mixes up ibe things of this litu with thu hopes ol the next lite. The poor savage, however, will psy hia money and Inke his choice, but it strikes us lhat I here w:w ei'ber too much I inn or loo little religion on lhat steamer. "O. us to HER REASON. Kroin Ibe llo.ton l'o-t. Mabel: 'I hear J our eng.igoineut Is off, dear.' Maud (calmly) ' Yes; ii was a e:ut- ol hsari luilute. A PRACTICAL BRIDE. I From Good News.J Mi-s Kbouy : "I's goin' Icr bah mar tini nex' week, missus." Kind L-nlv: Indeed. Then I sup pose, Cleo, I'll have to seek another washerwoman, won't 1?" 'No, indeed, missus, I'll do the wash same's hutoh; an', if xnu please, won't you ii x o" f i lends el day'd like some washiu' done. I spec Is a lady uil a husbaud has got tei hustle.'' DIAMONDS. Major Povvell, ol the geological sur vey, b4s thai diamond lields are likely lo he developed iu Ihe United States. He slates lhat. diamonds ol tine water have already been louiid near Ailania, (Ja., and in Itussell county, Kentucky. He believes that systematic investiga tion would lead to valuable discoveries o( precious stones, darnels, some of I hem worth $70 ami $80 ei ch, buve been shipped east lo the amount ol hundreds ol pounds by the Navajo Indians, and some exceptionally line specimens havo been tumid in Vir ginia. Opals ot great value have been found iu Oregon. Turquois mining is rapidly developing in Colorado. It has been put sued with more or less success iu New Mexico for some lime. Ihe Virginia garnets are said lo be superior iu lusler to thu tiucst products ot uey-lon. STRT THOUGHTS. The secret of the smooth man' sne p.es lie in hi never getting mill id. lei'te Haute F.xpress. A hov is much like a man; give him a gnu, and In soon ben'ins lying about Ibe game he kills. Atchison (ilohe. When a person gets down in hi mouth he docs not always carry hit tongue with him. Dallas ( 1'oxa Mews. A boyish old man is amusing; but a girlish matron would make a wooden iiiiiivn til-nil Milwaukee Journal.- BUT A REFLECTION. I From Town Topic t Summer boarder: "Ibis buffer yon say vou made last Monthly reminds ma very much of your son Hiram whom yon were telling mo about." Mrs. Hayseed: "Is that so?" Summer boarder: "Yes. It is so strong lor its age." THOUGHTFUL- Johnny Mamma, what's tho use ol keeping the whip you use on me be hind the mollo, "(Jod bless our home?' Mamma-Cati vou mgest a heller '',a?!imiiv Y'es: put it behind motto "I need thee every hour. SOMETIMES BOTH- From the St. Jo-.eib News. the general run ot ineu is to calcb lifliu ol mi or a wouiau. the HAS TO BE CAREFUL. I From Texas Slftlngi. Wile: "Y'ou dance a great deal better than you did belore we were married. Then you ahvavs tore my dress iu dancing, but on don't now.'' Husband: "Humph! Then 1 didn't have to pay for it." sameVars. I From Texas Sifting!.! tus de Smith: "I am head over ears iu love wilh your daughter." Judge Peterby: "I suppose those ears are Ihe same ones over which you are in debt. M. tirstZH makes a rnaice in business Jn, 1st, aud is svlliuK everjihiu al cut prices.