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OCDh int soa ot aJWaa errUilEX eae. &4 became tte bucm reoa oa the coanaum peoj.4 of the erhoie Ula&i fur fuL CMA0 WAS THERE. A mm OU G Straet Car. WWi Btnljtard bursa atarud oa a mara trip tract tba Tlart) fourth ferry it bur a taj'pf fuuJy uf (uar ciklree, ua a ikua utuM ta ccuiBaaiad-Oaaaaall buf wf tLc carried arsth t auucitude a bawUrtv.irf. Lk fa ma t'JrA wuk ut Thia burdea llj a laid oa a tal and quickly ia a Joy of luokio out of tbe 10U The ear filled rapidly, boaevrr. at at gt a old tit W.tj it U ritnaed gla n ad as (ad tawar climbed oa board and mi! i:au A incuaglr do a oa the -a- udkrivtifc-f. law snutuetita later the Muail buy propnrlur ew-- ed around ia alarm. -Ma." "Wkat ia it, Mikier-Il-ae ya pit de erabP -No, dartia.- iiuptMtiotiif alarm tained ia aad at asnoug the (miW oa Miiue'a" faue. aad ha luoted auxUMiJj at faia venerable Imra mi U , the crop f3a, ihrrvfun. it Wkra to all Lreianl bm That u bat it hh-u- u thi year. AttKT-ira- s p thru frv'la arruaa the. ma era by ruotnbatiuua id mammy, fuuj and Tbe vurlJ ia Vm avUiird cliXhui bow f JT ot urtkl of it to be iukod to go fernery Hazily we ara ao far hnmaDisnl that wbt-- bucrr atij :t on Batiua. tba otbtm 5 tV-i- r baikl Uito tbrir pocketa aa4 put trip the fctru kea ooe. So it will La now. tbia atruof. profperutu natka Much of ct-r-v U brea kailt ep by tba mil of the tunry. inauatrkMia Irih etnisrant. So Wt all yua hauda and hrlp aare old mow oi dtr i DA1L7 COMMKKCIAL: the THLRIA, OCTOBKK 16, lfeyo. COMMERCIAL kx-i- rtJ j.s4 n auie-Urli-J- ui Call and let us Explain the ca-Uu- JOB OFFICE t-- f ' Hon Benjamin Batter orth. of tba dntt ronmiutii ditrwl of Ohio, da riKabor. on the fjouijd "lie a to the iut little mtu" rhns a i nil tbe olJ in politics ia too to ha ii entWiuan (bat engage pour kiouiy. Sag "Yrp tocher and most now make a bring for -IhX in the kan.!y" And yet Den baa teen a aia family "Bet we did. W bro ax a quart uf it member uf fite cougmset. TLiuk of kaukyao'yvu'raaiuin'uudrrrab." spiaa the opp"rtQuitiea be haa kat2 "What?" "Gnoia you're aquashed bint." "What da yoa maa. little boy V aaid IbiMctVaalt. the old man, fidget iug oervoualy. fourteen years the merry, For the part "Crab in da back, and you're oo it." "Graciuua me, yuu dun't hayaa," aaid wanu bearted old actor regarded himba aorritied old man, aud then b aro self aa an Aioencan and a New Yorker, qsickJy fur a man of bia yearn, gave one and it was in bia favorite New York be llaniT at bia tandy and crab colored coat breathed bia last Though hi father tail and fled. was a Frenchman, then waa do truer "Ml" "You're a bad boy." Irih patriot ever born than Boncirault "Urn batik baa guae. "New York Trib-- Thoke who bave beard him sing "Wear-lu- g o' the Ureen" on the stage, and bar Oa tha Train. seen hint wrought up to a high pitch of Bloaaom (to dromuier aittinjc by open excitement while singing, perceived wtadow) Excuae me, air, but tbat opeu readily enough it was more than mere wiadow ia very annoying. Unimmer (pleaaantly) Tm aorry, but stage emotion that so moved him. Froin tbe time be wrote his fint play I'm afraid you'll bave to kHii and liear it, Illoaaom 1 wiah you would clow it, air. "London Aaourance." at the age of li. rammer Would like to araomuiodnte when the Udiea of the cotnany that jam, but 1 can't. first played it crowded around hiiu and Bhuaom Do yoa refure tocluae that kissed him at the clone of the triumph Drn miner I certainly da ant first night. Bonctcault had unboundHoaaom If you don't clime it I will. ed su?m as a playwriter. "Colleen Drummer I'll bet you won't. " Bawn." and "The Bloaaom If I go over there I will. have had attcb runs aa few Drummer I'll give odd you won't Shaughrauu" ' Bin om I'll t you onoe more, air, will plays could Itnast in the time they were ymm done that wiudowf written. Aa an actor Bondcaclt waa Drummer No, air; I will not. let succeahful. although he did scarcely Bloaaom (getting on bia feel) Then I not go on the stage til) he waa 30 yean will, air. Drummer I would lik to aee you do it. old. Ilia greatest triumphs were won Illoaaom (placing bis bnU oil the ob- in delineating Irish low life. But for all jectionable window) I'll aliow you whether his success, pecnuiary and otherwise, J will or not, air. Drummer (aa Bloaxom tugs at window) ' the old actor did not die a rich man. Why don't you cloae it Long may his plays keep hit memory Bloaaom (getting red in the fuce) It a- ' green! aara to be stuck. Drummer Of courae it ia. 1 tried (o Tbe Knd of a Senantlon. cloae it before you came in. Harvey Drown, is It enongh to make that splendid old Jt in Ufa, aristocrat Alexander Hamilton shake Clvea Away. ' the sod from above him and rise out of Cholly Fashion (to cuatom house officer) his grave to contemplate tbe story of Now that you have discovered those his grandson. Robert Ray Hamilton, the clothea in my trunk and examined I abould like to know how in time most wholly sensational story of the ant you found that I waa trying to 'smuggle time. them. How did they were in Robert Rny Hamilton was handsome, any trunk Cuatom Hoiiae Officer They are jo very gifted, wealthy. Every advautage thut loud tbat I heard them throbbing inside these could give were his, and the additional one that he belonged to one of the the trunk. Lawrence American. of Howe Ventilating Renowned Heating Stoves. LrvlanX i the Merits THE SNVI'ER ea.-Jior- , i BOCIMV MliWARE COMPANY. 2315 Ait. WdunjU i i Maintains its Established Reputation for turning out G. D. THE FINEST JOB WOEKU HAYS. STOVES STOVES! "R S ! V K STOV S STO ! HTOVJKlS! STOVES! "Arrah-ua-Pogue- Pencil and Scratch Tablets ar-l- IN THE WEST. HARD AND RULED AND UNRULED, run commercial office. you-kno- la FilipKt London. You're not ' weahwlng ' fiy "' janlry, dontcherknow, Mis De Xood. Hope thone beuntly Atnericjius didn't stenl Ter diamonds. Felluhs say all tbe ladies j an the stage ovah there have 'em atolcn. Miss De Xood (just returning from New Chappio j j York engagement) Oh I no. They were too hwivy to bring in rue iMRgago. Com- pany charged extra, dontcherknow, so 1 acnt 'em on a freight steamer; Munsey's ' ' Weekly. Only a Matter of Form. "Mr. Kajones." said young Spring kyle, clearing his throat, "1 have called to ask permission to pay my addresses to your daughter." "Which one, Julius?" inquired Mr. Kajonea. "Miss Maria, sir." The father looked tixedly ut the young xtan. "What are your prospects in life, JrtliusT he said. "To tell you the truth, sir," acknowl- edged young Springbyle, "1 have no prospecta worth mentioning. I am in moderate circumstances and have no re- eources except a knowledge of my bnsi-aes- s, good health and steady habits." "Just so, Julius." mused the father. "Tour income, 1 dare say, is" "About 150 a year." "And on this, my young friend, you would expect to Rupport yourself and a young woman who has lived in a home "where she has never been used to any-- ! thing like privation, or even judicious economy?" "It does seem presumptuous for me to think of it." faltered the youth, "and aa aee it does not meet your approval I" I "Stay, Julius," exclaimed Mr. Kajones omewhat hastily, "1 only ask those questions as a matter of form. If you want Maria, my boy. you can have her!" And he shook the young man warmly by the faand. Mr. Kajones. it may be proper to state, has eight unmarried daughters besides s. liAfia. London Tit-Bit- The Potato Crop in Ireland. "There is nothing between the people and starvation this coming winter." reports Healy. the Irish patriot The potato crop has proved an absolute failure in nearly all the counties. Ia the districts along the sea coast the crop was damaged by late frosts. But the crowning disaster came when, wing to long continued wet and cold weathar over the island, the dreaded Wight set in aud ruined alL The few potatoes that are left are so small and watery that they are unlit for more than to feed pigs. About a hundred and fifty years ago the potato came into general cultivation ia Ireland, and it was expected to prove great boon, from the fact that it would Crow where grain could not be planted. The potato gradually became the fashion, till it was cultivated to the exclu- - i j ' nlil f:imt?Mt in Amui-if- a Eva. t j j IF YOU WANT .. H,r ftr uv " liHWttt limn M Hamilton wan highly respected and be lieved to be a man who held himself above the ordinary temptations to which the gilded youth of cities delight to yield. But he was not above tho amusements of a man about town. He was like all the rest, only he was quieter cbout it. Perhaps the publicity he afterward attained was no more tlir.n might have been expected by a man who does wrong on the sly. Well, all the world now knows, at any rate, of his marriage to Eva Steele, the fraudulent baby, the stabbing of Nurse Donnelly by Mrs. Hamilton in a hotel at Atlantic City, N. J., the exhibition of Nurse Donnelly at a Bowery freak museum for months afterward, the imprisonment of Mrs. Hamilton for two yean in the penitentiary at Trenton, where she is still serving out sentence, and finally the suit for divoree by Ray Hamilton on the ground that the marriage camo about through false pretenses on the part of That was the status of the sensation up to Aug. 23. 1890. Ray Hamilton, with the clear grit that comes of good blood, had resolved to begin life over again and make something of it yet Ha had gone west, away from cities, out where nature brings sweet peace to her weary children whether they have a sensational story or not Hamilton's ranch was forty miles away froin a There, with a few chosen friends, he was happier and more useful than he had ever been before probably. The ranch was in Bingham county, southwestern Idaho. One Friday morning he started on a hunting excursion alone. Days afterward his body was found in Snake river, his spurs tangled in the lotig grass at the bottom of the stream. This apparently had pulled him under and drowned him. as if a fiend had been pursuing him steadily, and now seizing the opportunity had extended its skeleton fingers and drawn him down. It is a coincidence that the day of his death was within three days of one year from the time when at Atlantic City Mrs. Hamilton stabbed Nurse Donnelly What do people most talk of in connection with this tragedy? Well, they are wondering what will be its effect on the suit against the woman in the penitentiary They are wondering whether she will now be adjudged his widow and get the income of a third of the flOO.OOO he left Mrs. Hamilton, we are told, will try to bear iip " Not Mtule for That Purpose. "That's my motto, sink or swim." "Bc.ih: Who ever saw ft sinker sw im?" 1AIHU. SOl-7- r i ... Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Visiting Cards, Business Cards, Statements, Bills of Fare, Circulars, Theatrical Dates, Hand Bills, Receipt Books, Note Books, Envelopes, rt And Posters, all?sizes and colors, come to F. W. LAFEEXTZ, President 40-t Washington yvveriue. A. F. POOLE. t)jlfn. Sec'y. and Treat UNION mm Com THEICOMMERCIAL OFFICE post-offic- e. A.nd Get Our Prices. 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