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Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1886, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania king a light meal id meat elopement able lo find .re tiro Sorneo idH rnj one cow will to a full stop looking Kbo i waj to carriage no II street N Y I with nausea of the stomach and general Blood cured an island of the South j girls shot up are M it i. sible to keep them shut 80 tie nd has to shut np Merchants Manual should be in the sion of every and the era Hind Book owned bV r contain in a th e 3 ot The R Donald Drug Co 628 Washington will notion ir In e is to 8U np with the bartender shoving Ite bottle ibe to tne i replied the editor it will disappear immediately r Blood Searcher medicine for fever and II Maud Don t Tail to use it many yon whenever do yon u loo forward It s my m afraid he 11 get away a be Misery w lo tbe mischief to and mind caused Ly habitual consti i The regular use of Averts Cathar 10 mild will restore the I to healthy re arc some men BO violently oppos capital punishment that they won't paper They let their do it. od i u o ey grt their fi mad Storage of i at a to keop np tbe times and merit of ot ibe to any part of town tec of charge d we b m to W H A wk Good par Ike nd nn -a nry nr Send for HOOK KB Y. j r m. Ii au n t Ihc J J ncv result from n tt r I 1! M. Tilh contain no r drUfT act en the I iml assimilative no md r ipU strength to n ir MUm T P Chester I tii n t TO 1 1 auJ am u J i t 1 been if it uvi Y Dr n hen all uther I in I th ir has kept m a 1 condition ever I lira N I tor Liver trouble In Ii ion a manj aud found prompt n i tk ira lUchard MT I 1 11 n of Dyspepsia r r I ills They have done me more llun am other medicine I c r i Iowa 1-or marly two years my M ndt rvd miserable by the horrors treatment afforded and I in and much of who had been .ir i me to try r U. I did and with tbe t M} food soon ceased to IIH nn apatite and I n n and well as ever I BT J C CO Fur safe STOW u NM I HUSHED SKY 11 i MORNING BY PROFESSIONAL H Will sell of able goodss sflf very low prices of the season just returned from the 9% owing to the lateness of tBe season bought some goods Very and propose to give our t advantage of our purchases Our stock of 1> 1 1 tl U. u AT T a block M M i; I 1 1 on M Mr I the bank L 1" 1N8I ly I. 1'l.ljioot, i I I 1] 1 1 Lie me 1 r 1 nc al tbe head of in IbM ly Me K K T K. lit ri H k A. 1 1 MV Pa. In 1 tl door and in sets of all kinds to in Ecru and are just the I People wanting to buy sorne and good goods cheap don't fail to give us a WE HAVE REDUCED THE PRICE OF I Of 3 floor Specialty d of the ETS to make room for Fall at 102 and 104 West Water New D. T. DURLAND T. S. SEPTEMBER 28 1886 i i i i Filling Floods of the Absolutely A M IT In i l c t floor U S F 1 i uli A- AT LAW i j Ib c on Fall Brook Coal Company's CONDENSED TIME Took effect May 1880 R. G. AUSTIN CO. s AT LAW t re J avenue T LAW Lt uv F 3, 1886 U L I is T Pa In Wick -e U II boro second b. W. s Pa Of r of K K Rarr on 188.' 1 H I 1 story T AV 1 Ul Pa on na m any part of Mi 15 i A r I Ia Office i t 1 i k r P St UL Ul Mum 8 ret. 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T t AY TERM of the Public 1 on AUGUST 30, 18S w th thi experienced Corps of II K Principal u Ll f Junior I 1 SMITH Grammar A L Middle Grammar ROSE D Junior Grammar CORA H. JAMES Intermediate A ANNA S B. ELLA Intermediate C AD DIE H. Primary A CARRIE J HASTINGS Primary B The uniform of thin tl P punt j am tht n of c n 1 lie nee of ion res tin t froia j ear to j eu rut effort w 11 b its good r p Q tat on Tbe rig attendance bun made it ner miry n Id one to school 1 IIL of action p art which hn c been approved by tbe best Tli art HIJ 11 minted with oral c tion by the i rs and no pains to make the of and For tin of who Intend to make i ft teachers clasp i mam tan and by tho Principal Two tf arc to students The la cd to n i ft to for t duties of I fc Tie College Cuu ec id dc to j it for Rates of Tuition per r cut Dt j irt lit tent 4 Primary t year In rcc months each will admitted at any time daring the nnd lu will bt charged on Board run be obtained i i good families it and when rooms for mJf can be Further may be ob lained by ep ng tbo of the School Board or Pr L L. L mo each and t at by mail H T of IM ENGINES an BINDING tbe largert and beet hotel ID town U haa a3 tbe latest heat bath billiard rooms reading B good nam pic room foe commercial men an large Ttes fe tae central boa excellent accommodations for attached April ST. UHO Incsa Hen can always find at tho office of the a full of at tho mort reasonable Pal Hist or all the kept In stock eent Address Wellsboro Pa i 1 J tt 70 MAIH J jost received a new line of colored crockery and tableware gen orally A new thing the in holders and vinegar very attrac Uve will find it to advantage to bay at our atom 3rocierant OF EVERT DESCRIPTION A fine bronze bulging lamp for 81.08 polet from SO A new Invoice ot baby carriages received PICTURE PRIMES BADE TO Oar store to for crockery Yankee silver plated bird etc B. G AUSTIN CO April 40 1886. SPALDING'S DEST Drugs and FINE TOILET GOODS 7 A SPLENDID OP CIGARS AND r Cash paid for GEO M I 1' T J A X J CABINET PICTURES FROM 00 TO 8J 00 PER DOZEN CARD PICTURES UtOM 8.1 00 TO 52 00 All Work First O. Main Pa. Hareh 30 In the Fall tho loams of and yellow j Sobbing ont low J When the At 10 Thit the year the With the thought comet For the golden For tho floffen Fain mj feet Toward the pearly Palling all of All things bere moat Thli the etay Tie Loss of the A STOUT IS WHICH AHD EACH PLAT A From On Trull Balph Ramon was the fifth of fleer on board tbe one ot tbe fastest boats on tbe Cable Line of steamers which plied between New York and Her Captain was just ly renowned as an expert and bad never yet been run into by another nor had be ever sustained any very damage from tbe steamers of op position Having attained this patch of marine Captain Sir Clements he was a baronet of ancient tered heart and soul into bis profession and there was nothing like iL His fifth didn't care much about he had as youngest of a large pitchforked Intp tbe employ ment of tbe Cable Line by a rich who paid bis fees and took an interest In his progress as long as he saw nothing of him But Mr. Ralph R being young good and found his profession remarkably be remarked to chance acquaint ance who had introduced himself to him as they lunched at tho same table at Del one day shortly before the Para gon was to start on the homeward jour ney you we have much fun on board The t they care about it can get up DO eZd of amusement with tbe fairer section of the passengers but what chance has a I have to go about my duties like an and at when lhe rattle of promiscuous echoes around tbe decks and every corner that one turns is immediately the theater of a sudden disentanglement and precipitate flight tbe effect to say tbe least of and one wishes one was either senior officer or passenger instead of fifth in command The genial stranger paa properly aym pathetic and after making a few more m concerning the arrangements and discipline on board the Paragon he nodded Good day and disappeared The evening before the departure of the Paragon tbe new banda who had been taken on in New York and most of lhe homeward bound passengers were on board when a gorgeous of tho Wall street accompanied by u lovely creature of some nineteen Hummers and an equal number of winters came on addressing Mr Ralph Hawson who was standing near tbe jaek ed tout worthy was tbe Captain of the On his replying lhat he was the officer tbe remarked 1 I'd be obliged if you could take me to charge I n ant to place this whom I may as well introduce to you are one of the Miss Nel my niece of this vessel Whilst the was being Miss Nellie J Robertson was doing great execution with her large soft eyes and by the time Capt Sir Lane had fairly identified the fair passenger m lib list and to take charge of her ing lhe impressionable fifth of ficer was quite ready lo put her up on a coil of pedestal bung Hud fall down and worship her The swell with much ostentatious farewell pantomime having returned on shore tue fair Nellie was left with the Captain and a new passenger came on green eyed who attached himself to the Ralph and proceeded lo share wnh lhat gentleman bis meals his berth and his whole existence Next morning they were well out at sea when tbe Captain's protege came on deck how beautiful she and when she went up to Mr putting both her hands into captured bis soul with a and requested to be shown tho the fifth officer could have clasped her in his arms and sprung overboard like a new his Pallas with him His joy was short for in tbe midst of their peregrination the Captain met and telling Mr to go aft and see to something about which there was no earth ly hurry undertook to relieve him of his duties as cicerone As they came up the companion against squeezed his hand and whispered Au R. H. Iron Fronts for Stores Hotels Opera Houses etc. of tho latest and beat at low prices Send for estimates Aleo Creating for all kinds of 1 WROUGHT AHD CAST 1ROHFEHCE for door parku cemetery of beautiful design I hare one lea poorer Portable and Boiler on and it takes op too much room It will for having been of them No use waiting them to makers No cure no pay we discount our doctors m this Pa ent Rocking Grates for steam no trouble to clean your 7o per air ordinary make We onr own boiler and and eee it work Circular Saw with patent will cat 2o per more lumber than the ordinary and no setter to pay Cider made In tho best manner ani at honest Sept 7 1B88. It U K EBERENZ HART'S The flirtation of two young things for lhe rest of lhe day had to be panto it therefore the more Ralph worship the but be was a conscientious officer and wouldn t let bis which grew fiercer and interfere his Be lhe Captain took lhe greatest pains about his fair charge and kept a sharp lookout upon his whose quent looks he considered to be m the worst possible AD opportunity to just before the last when they met under shorter of a friendly slate room I never said that sailors were so nice Do you she putting her hands upon his shoul tbat uniform makes you itry I believe that's the only rea son yon are here at all A would not have caught her Vlo bu breast and kissed the ate lips arid eyes which raised to a level with Ralph Rawson Nut ford was no fool 1 I must go whispered When can we meet again? I shall be on PEARL ft HART Sept 14 1886 AXLE An FOB 1 she me come on deck whilst you are on watch It will be a very dark and I'll wear a dark frock There will be no there was none last ite let me The rules ire Medic and No one can let you on deck save the It would be rain to me If you came You would very How maddening those lips were when they pouted LI large and all to beat order 1838. Will sell Store and boose Immediate O. W. Le Co during his and I'll come then horrid you arel I don't be care for me one bit There will no one on this deck but the two men watching with and they couldn't nee me. op last night and no one saw me. I come daring your watch or the more Balph was madly as be went to dance about and shout U was a pitch dark though the air was dear of The two tat beneath the and he told her in all about himself and fatal it would be If It was discovered that be had yielded lo her prayer and lei her come to him on But what did ter whilst her smooth fingers twined and knotted themselves in his and her glory of gold hair was lhe only thing between her cheek anil hie Suddenly there was a great jar and a crashing report crouched in the shadow as sprang to his feet and learned from the men on watch that the Paragon had been run into In a mo ment all was confusion or apparent sion The as if he had been taking bis on deck and said in a calm voice to the terri fied We have been run into and the gon is There is no danger to us personally The sea Is calm and the boats are la perfect order and preparation for such an accident In an hour we shall be on board the ship that has run us which is wailing for ua close by under hia calm and careful passengers and crew in the paragon's and in a very short time the little flotilla was pulling away from the liner Bui the ship that had sunk was nowhere to Fa vored by the darkness she had got away without to learn what had become of tbe Paragon and her living Nellie and Ralph were together In one of the boats 9fo inquiry had yet been made Into the but the two men on who were in the same with said they had suddenly seen the lights of a steamer close to and as they sprang forward to hail her and give tbe alarm she had struck and when they recovered from their momenta ry consternation she had You hear I said Nellie to Iho terror stricken whose side she had never they didn't sie her till she struck us You must support their state meat or you are a ruined man Your will O Ralph I If the should bd of my everlasting shamU For my if you love me save my good name and and back up their story You see they are both and you were further from where she struck us than they were The men repeated their story again and again Morning and before any one had had time to suffer very much a passing bound on the same jour ney picked up the whole company The Captain interrogated the men on waich and Mr as closely as possi ble There was no doubt about facts The Paragon had been run down by a mysterious vessel the name of which so one had observed and which had taken advantage of the darkness lo desert the ship she had run into The home voyage was satisfactorily and Ralph and former no longer hamper ed by duties of ample op of carrying on their love which had been accompanied by such an overwhelming catastrophe eas ily to Nellie's soft ror 10 own uis neglect ar be tq rum career and and would render their was lo him tt fore- gone aa A minute inquiry naturally was held at at the conclusion of which it was in official language there was some and a good deal more in the circumstances of the collision met or ear but that there direct evidence re upon lhe conduct of wiio from a man whom nothing definite ia said but a good deal is implied ami m this un enviable state of he waiting him his affianced a blue envelope The latter was from a lirm of announcing that bis old bad leaving him his sole heir Thank he exclaimed Poor old gentleman be has done me a good turn at the moment I required it most Nellie am a rich man To mor row I throw up this If I little about it I loathe now This day will be and then well abroad for six months Docs this suit your Tbe answer of the yonng person address ed has not been recorded it is sufficient for us to know that two months later Nel Ralph installed In an exquisite little apartment looking out upon the and her bus who hart been down to tho Riviera to look out for a permanent for himself and his bride was hastening hack lo her in a first class carriage on the Pans Marseilles railway lu the corner opposite to him sat an American who with the affability of that free born had entered into conversa lion with him and the conversation had turned upon the shipping at seem to know a thing or two about boats observed the Amer lean connected years You Then must have come across some funny yarns In connection with some of those same Lord bless there's a deal of romance con with those lineal I could you a there it wouldn't Interest perhaps On the replied Mr Nut ry much like to hear We have the they're not my but a friend of mine from Chicago told me a rum story about the Cable Line a few days ago Remember the Went down mysteriously beginning of the year you I'll tell you a alory about that U you Shall Very we have got half an hour It happened like you must promise on your British honor never to let this go any fur All under care of the Captain made tremendous love to the yonng the pompous old ass a Captain off against and got him to herself on deck one dark when WHOLE NO. men sent on as part of tbo extra crew by the Colonel himself and Instructed by him Whilst ehe flirted with him well ont of sight under the bridge those two men let down over the side a Remington dynamite machine and blew the blessed old boat to and then np a yarn about a mysterious tbat had come upon them run them down and got clear Lord I I knew you'd laugh This yonng In no end of a funk about his supports yarn and of never says a word about the girl They come the losa la proved bona fide and Colonel Jedadiah Z neta sterling clear profit bang out of the insurance But watt a the end's tbe tragic part of It Tbat ul with her marvelous tbat would mako her an Empress if she wanted to be goes and falls In real thing the and wont touch a pennv of her share of tbe plunder Waste of I call it But all women are alike And sir she's married him I What d'ye think of that for a Most startling and amusing But there is Thank you so much for your de lightful Your story has indeed Interested me greatly Onr From tht Dotion She wean DO crown of rojal state She no r Among the of tbe great No trace of her Is found thrilling poem bean her name She treads no classic From Science she asks oot fame Nor honon great or email votaries Where and meet reigns a social Her at her small and humble sphere ehe And not for sell she A willing car to Deep sympathy she She simply soothes the wounded Grown nervous ID tbe strife When seems dark she sheds tho sou Of bope opon hie Hie With earnest woids abe stirs tbe young To higher aim and to deeds whoso famo U When she's long since forgot et most of all ay what she A soul true and A blessed influence she gives To help all good grow on Bbe bears one tbe best That earth to us can leud To all the hearts ber work bath A sure and steadfast She fills no honored place Is often sad and Bat God takes ber borne i know Be 1! lead her near the throne CAnani on THE FLY German photographers have succeeded in photographing a projectile in the course of and some of these photographs the head of condensed air which pre cedes every shot It is said to M this head which prevents even rifle men from hitting an empty eggshell when hung on a Ions thread The air blows the shell out of the way of the bullek A The grandeur of the Muir glacier sinks into compared with that which guards lhe coast of Icy aa seen by the voyagers on the last cruise of the says the Alaskan It appeared to be about forty miles long Its height could estimated as tbe day was cloudy and Us upper but enough be seen to indicate that it was al least times as high as the is to say eight or nine hundred A BOTAL It ie said that Queen can wash and dress A baby with any woman and can generally trouble when a child The skill in baby nursing was acquired from the famous Mrs who attended her Majesty at the birth of the nine royal This excellent person was a greal favorite with the Queen who honored her with her con upon the most delicate matters When Mrs Lilley died in her 92d year her Majesty unaffectedly grieved feeling abe had lost a true friend The old fiurse to the last proved worthy af her s confidence DANDY The dudes among the Crow Indiana in Canada are said to be very particular about their dress Many of who in the summer lime wear nothing to speak of but a breech have this as bespan gled as a circus actor a They also paint their bodies aad wear no end of ea feathers buck has a Hule with brass nails in Which are contained a looking glass and a variety of breech clouts The maidens wear a sort of light and airy Moth er highly colored stockings and paint their hair aad persons a bright vermilion A 6YPSY A gypsy chief recently had an elegant chariot manufactured at Baltimore The body of the which overhangs the wheels is divided Into two the back portion being reserved for with checker a favorite game of this romantic people Tbe whole interior Is of polished poplar and besides having places for clothes there Is a secret recess for money or valuables which would tantalize a professional thief to locate The windows are of cot and stained and folding doors are Used to securely e and the arts and the whole outside body is covered with gold and silver stars This handsome vehicle is valued at USB FOR A DULL An honest woman confessed not long ago tbat although the minister whose Church she of which ehe la a mem ber in excellent is not aa a preacher by many of his she finds that bo IB doing her text and the opening of the ahe prosecuted Ibe witnesses for perjury They were balled bj the rich man s friends and fled to Then Mrs went to Canada In men's became a friend of Mr one of the witnesses and furnished him capital for a peddling trip she induced him to cross the Niagara Brown not knowing the stream on this she had him locked up and procured a requisition from the Qov ernor of This is the process which lhe rich man fought before Gov Hill on behalf of his al leg trig that Brown was induced to enter the country by fraud But Qov Hill granted the req and and perhaps tbe millionaire will have to answer m Lhe Pennsylvania courts an Oar BY O Father left ue and free And John Adams repelled French aggression at sea Louisiana was Jefferson a crown And war won lasting renown the steamboat was launched then Monroe gave world Hie new doctrine and his banner For protection Then with railways and Losing Tyler by telegraph spoke And the Mexican war accessions to Polk Taylor lived not wear the reward of ambition And Fillmore B pad slave law stirred np abolition compromise falling Pierce witnessed the throes Of the trouble In Through tbe halting Bnt Lincoln waa eent To some years were spent by Johneon Grant lessened oar debt Hayes resumed and was On Reform which as Arthur soon found came to stay Now for President Cleveland good citizens pray Parley OF A GENIAL Um For over forty years Ben Perley Poort a pen has amused and bis coun try aad in most of his writings for tbe press he employs a peculiarly felicitous which might be denominated SQ inasmuch as are m that easy familiar strain might bt would employ were he sealed with Lhe reader engaged comfortable In it ia probably the secret of tbe popu lanty of his writings that he employs tbe same genial style tbat shes the telling oE hia varied and amusing stones for which he ia so celebrated The of labor thai Major has crowded into life may well wooder tie has been a printer and u member of the service a cor respondent and an author throughout his whole a soldier during a portion of lhe and a public servant for mauy years a historical investigator Lo a consid erable extent and a profound student of a special branch of law to say nothing of his general acquirements in that depart ment of study while in agriculture his penmen la have made him a distinguished authority He haa been the friend of most celebrities of Washington society for the last half century Besides his labors as correspondent he was before the war Clerk of the House Committee on Foreign and Clerk of the Senate Committee on Foreign under Chairman Charles Bumner After service in the he was made of Print Ing Records bhd Biographer of the These positions have given the the fullest op of knowing the men who have molded National affairs and the influences thai have molded the men themselves That his services havd been of the very highest value to legislators and most be taken for granted and there are few men in the land who could such a technical knowledge and such a peculiar fitness to bear as have dig Mr Poore ID his position for so many His walk of life at the capital has thrown him m tbe society of thousands of eminent men whose names are familiar to every American and hia peculiarly ingratiating qualities have placed him on a footing of intimacy with them all Thus we hare had lhat most entertain Ing series of showing with whata wonderfully retentive memory he has stored away the countless anecdotes bo has heard or the characteristic incidents he has observed in connection with every man of note who has the capital by his presence Major Poore is genial and jovial the acutest of observers and always ready to pour out the wealth of reminiscences and anecdotes thus gathered It is one thing to remember a an other to tell it but Major Poore has this art to and is justly ed as a raconteur In the sprightly coover not get a profit out of 'em So what d'ye think he Ships 'em all aboard the Paragon declares them as Indian bullion and Insures against all risks at He spotted tbe Paragon because there was a young fool of a fifth officer on named Hud fords or or something like who was just tbe kind of soft be and he had to one day at by a friend who went and sat with him and entered into as yon have and taen ibe Colonel got and without with the cheek and the pluck and the beauty of down BUM aim i when I do I always get along to much better during the that Sunday morning hour la about the only one lhat I hare which U entirely fiee from demands upon Far be it from Die to recom mend this but in view of the which no often is a ing of she be and certainly the Idea of quietly planning out the week's work la to be commended Sev York oss a his making the voyage lo Seringa or his sparkling powers of repartee As an after-dinner speaker also he and indigestion Deed not be fear ed when aided by a sauce of his keen wiL To make sausage Keep its shape in flat after making them the size yon d p them into flour This will ef prevent falling up floe and mixed with cold boiled ham also minced and all well seasoned with a regular mayonnaise make a delicious filling for sand assault upon proved two men on whose farms he held mortgages Mrs. When lemons sre cheap it Is prudent to lay In good store of as they will keep well running a string through the nib at the end and hanging them a dry taking care that they do not touch each other More Work for the Scientists TITK Ot AN OHIO FARMED from tKk Tori Tribu When the scientists have finished investigation of the Charleston earthquake there is interesting work awaiting them in Mercer county Ohio where la the Mansfield Shield and Banner a Ute and well known resident has be come the cynosure of DC eje by reason of an experience which may confi dently be termed unusual unique Some a published relating the facts nf case as known was a farmer and a ariod ter On a certain day however sur bis fields be found tbat were perishing of drouth whereupon he employed language of so high a ture that Ibe atmosphere tn incandescent His that this condition of things could be good for bia procured a long pole and with the best tried to push him into a cooler stratum of air but tbe caught fire and burned off before aoy and the story coded With the abruptness of a dime novel instalment leaving tbe denoue meat H seems if we credit the and Banner Ibat Mr a phosis proceeded until he was transformed into a red hot stone statue This 19 no doubt persons disposed to use slang would be apt to call strong order but tbe Shield and docs not ask Ua readers to trust its unsupported assertion U is goid eno lo publish a letter from a Justice of the Peace Mr J O Stout of Limn and n id Interesting to know that citizens of Sb I h regard Mr Stout as a man of undoubted veracity and they accept his letter na a statement Now Mr Stout In hia letter that he has personally ligated tbe matter attending a Gon Convention ID Mercer counts He on I was very mere un tilj I visited the late residence of Mr y who is an old and well known dent of Mercer county and 1 found lo my intense borror that tbe story is irue m cv erp ble deUil The body had sufficiently to be removed to lhe family residence it is now stand og as a piece of statuary on an improved ju tal in the front jard and being visited by thousands This picture the Uti Mr Redyan servir nas his own m I at tbe same decorating front ard of bis late rest is remarkable and tho Lhe frank and willing tes of the investigating Justice of Peace would have been mort. convincing to the had he been f enough to arrive before Mr had down l the litus of his prca cot monumental condition 1 he Mana fiLld ir i B inner rises to the height of the in leed let er from a Justice of the Peace who has seen Mr in bis so to speak is of o urse in IIOL i I let lers from Just ces ibe Peace naturally must be what is I w b greater is a sheaf aili from the neighbors who ill in candescence the late Mr and in particular one from tbe Who manipulated the pole which was burned by contact with the metamorphosed agn atmosphere Foreshadowing Figures I RESIDENTIAL IN SEN ERAL WESTERN At Lhe Sessions of recent Republican Conventions held in the States of Obi lo wa Texas Michigan Illinois Missouri In Wisconsin as well as at the Democratic conventions of Illinois and California representatives of the SL Louis Globe were present and secured expressions of Presidents preference from Ibe Taken at this half way point of time between the of the last National Conventions and the next to come the canvass of opinion possesses considerable interest Tbe principal lie publican preferences are thus tabulated Lagan lUu i Ohio K 0 10 Iowa 00 01 10 o 00 to 10 II f i I n i Indiana 10 u i So i- u Not all the delegates would express their choice while scattering opinions favored other men than those named in tbe table Foraker Lincoln Edmunds Arthur Qen Sherman Gen Sheridan Gov Rusk Gen Gen Hawley and others less known were found to have friends The canvass shows lhat the Republican party has plenty of material for manufacture mto standard bearers wherever tbe final choice may fall But Mr name easily leads all the He was the choice of more than half the delegates who expressed any pref and his strength exceeded by 31 that of Logan Sherman and Allison com even though the list includes Lo Can s of Illinois and Sherman s State of Ohio and leaves out such States as Maine and Pennsylvania which on a siml lar test of opinion would undoubtedly be unanimously for Elaine If the Globe Dem figures are lo be taken at their face value no man can question that the vast majority of the is already settled up on the leader for 1888 or believe that any thing but extraordinary circumstances will turn the current of opinion into another channel within the next two years Next to Blame comes who has a good lead over all the aspirants Democratic opinion ii tabulated in this way mil Illinois 2K l o California 12 z 4 a 1 In one sense this is not very conclusive because but two States are represented So far as it goes however it is even more un mistakably in Cleveland s favor than the Republican expression ia for Elaine One Illinois delegate preferred ex Senator Me Donald to Cleveland and one favored But in the Missouri Convention held earlier m season and not included in the above table the inter viewers ascertained that 325 delegates were in favor of Cleveland for re nomination to 23 for all These figures furnish their own com and are an excellent basis for the political mathematicians to work always giving dne of for the operation of the They confirm what has already been said of the drift of political opinion as observed In different quarters and from different points of view or unfortunate as the caae may the nominating of 1888 has already indeed U U hardly straining a point to aay that U began with tbe close of the campaign of 1884. If tbe opposing forces are not already m the open have beard the call to M boots and saddles and arc ready to sally forth from camp when the bugle sounds ward This so far aa the leaders are con The inscriptions OD the banners of the legions are not yet quite ed though Republican effort jn re Mird is now as well advanced The Easiest Way BT Harper i our letter just came tome And you that yon dont forget oa re tried tor these you me yet r Al thote dayi were I acknowledge In that dear old town by the sea hen the head of hia Ja college Took a fancy to l ray that I haven t K Will I think ot Die past with And though we've so long been still I too flad it hard to What I m writing Ned Carey lias broken with Lillian And he and Ralph know Mary Are devoted to me Jack has come into money And M haa NeJI Page by the way married old t u fanny He e seventy if he g ft day Her trousseau of course came from Pans Her were Maggie The ft caton Beatrice Carter and me. Another they Bay in September W ill be the event of the year The groom Is yonng remember Tour trio Boyd Billiards and Tu Orace wed to Dame Grendy That his are a eight to eee Thai ahc OD her on Monday That it a ordered by me That m jn. e the opinion that it asked for The flowers the and the wine That my poor Ole are tasked for The enure performance in Sue The happy girl t Grace Nor even niy coosin Mane They know rnn BO That the bride U me Crisp and A LESSON n. An exchange tells of a young woman riding wnh a young man and exclaiming at the of two calves Oh see those two You are eaid lhe young man are not cow but TAKING NO Mrs Alto Johnnie go and kiss your hule and make up I won u Mrs Go and lUl her how much you love her and how sorry you are not Pa got into a prom ise case by telling a lhat and had to marry old thing I am t no naka I am Rambler MEDICAL How are you finding business Doc tor was asked of a physician Capi tal he replied I have all that I can at tend to I dido t understand that there was very much sickness there ISD i but we phys cians do not de for an no most of our money is made from people who have he matter with them MCE LITTLE GIKI A link New girl wh Ie spending tbe summer ID the country became very much attached lo a pa chicken which she wished to take borne wuh her impossible Sadie said her mother We t know to do w lh it iu don l want to leave U hen wl n t la L nek James kill H and it f mamma the hule girl cao I have all while A Vm ERT Do knou said a Ntw Emi ration earnestly to a joung woman from who said she WHS a Mormon on her way lo I t that u a I pr jbab luj the use tUey vi ill have for you wil be to marry y m to some haired old Mormon am cer as his d csn t me n plied Lhe en ic j uhen he dies 1 il In. tl t j widow IQ the Will 3 ou teil me when the first tram ir bait Lake C tv THE bEA t Vt HT AT LAST Aa the O G ke was roming down the Patuxent river some thing was seen in the water which at a distance looked like a large cross ing the river A nearer view led the crew to declare that it was a homed serpent When the vessel drew still Dearer lhe moo ster turned and made directly for the O Coke and the crew got out poles and pikes to repel were not used for the animal proved to be a gray squirrel which lired out from lhe wa ter and given his liberty on tbe schooner ALTERED THE CASE Beg pardon sir said a Chicago hotel clerk as he took very small grip sack hande 1 him by a belated traveler who had come in at 11 10 p m and asked for a r im our rules require cash in ad vance from guests with Hule or DO bag gage Boy show the up to room 38" floor Dollar and a half e r if you please S r said the guest I am an Iowa druggist m a ion lown V thousand pardons exclaimed the clerk Boy take the gentleman Lo room 27 floor Nevermind the cash never mind the cash THE My dear said a young Chicago wife to her husband after they bad returned from the wedding lour and settled down to housekeeping in looking over this box of books I find your fathers old family Bible and here is an entry under the head of Births which says W born May 3 1840 t you tell me you were 3? years Ah replied Albert that B a copy of the old It B full of mis takes In my office down town I have a family Bible of the new revision I 1! bring u home this evening Albert anew family Bible waa found to contain a different version of his and lhe slight cload that had over hia household was dispelled A POLITICIAN S FOH BEAUTY I want to thank Lhe ladies for their pres ence here to night and 1 want to say to them that I am their worshiper I want to say to them that Eden was lonesome until God Almighty took from Adam a rib and made woman and ever since that time God bless her she been to man a ministering angel to wipe away the tear oE and sorrow smooth the wrinkles from his brow lo scatter flowers m the pathway of his life she ia the embodiment of all that is beautiful m her presence is expressed perfection of la painted upon her cheeks in heavenly in her mores in her charms in her throbs in her and mingles and in the grace of her love and I pray she will use her influence in Jhe political world in her and pleasure to place her servant m the Gubernatorial chair Can Very clear apple jelly can be made from the cores and parings of nice Cov er with cold water and stew gently strain and add a pound of white sugar to a pint of liquid Boil half an hour
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