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I'lntiN l'nr n Home In tho Cotonlitl
Style ;nt to llnllil. ?-', 100.
tCP) right, 1W, by (!cor(t llltclilns', urchltcct,
1000 t'lilbuih icnup, Itrooklyn.
This Is n iilvtiircMinc colonlnl liomc w llli
floor plntu of ninny cotitctilcnt fontuicx.
The exterior Is simple, nrolilliic nil mi
tioceainry ninnirni. nljlns tipnn Ix'iiu
tlful linos f-r nrtiMlc rffiTt. Thp croup
cf tlirro nlndnns In tin1 front pi bit; nml
the plnzza, tilth its colonlnl columns run
nine neros the front of t lit- lioite, tniil.o
llie oiilslilo nppcnrnnro very plenslnR.
There Is no vestibule In this house.
All of the ppnee usually taKcn up by n
MIONT i:t CVATIOX.
vestibule has been thrown Into the mnln
hall, making It much larger. The ball is
7 feet (1 Inches ulile by 12 feet deep.
It Is sepnrnteil fiom the parlor by
llillnc doors. The put lor Is 12 feet
0 Inches wide by lfi feet deep find
has four largo windows. The dining
room is 12 feet 0 Inches pqtinre, with a
largo recess In which n btiflet Is built.
The dlniiiK room Is fitted up with a linnd"
tome wood mantel.
The kitchen is 11 feet wide by 12 feet
0 Inches deep, with nil modern Improve
MUST TLOOtt I'LAN.
meats. The pnntry Is fitted up with
ilrvsrrs, with fcias doors above and
draw els below.
There are three large chambers on tho
second Door. Tho fiout ehuuibcr is lit
ftet by 14 feet 0 inches. The rear cham
ber is 12 feet by 12 feet 0 Inches. The
chamber bnck of the bathroom is 10 feet
0 Inihex by 11 feet.
The bathroom has n tile floor and open
plumbing. The nttlc has two finished
rooms ami a largo open Rpace for stoingo.
The dimensions nro 21 feet 0 Inches
6I.CONI1 ri.oou PLAN,
wide by 'A feet dwp. not hu hiding the
piazza. Tlio foundation is built of VI
Inches of brick In low guide nnd 8 Indies
above grade. The vxtcilnr Is covered
with white pine bevel aiding. Tlio roof
and guides nre ablugled. The cellar lloor
The house Is hented by hot nlr. freights
of ceilings: Cellar, (I feet II Inches; firxt
floor. 10 feet; r-ocond door, 0 feet 0
Indies: nttlc, 8 feet. Cost to build com
Tfulannre Crentotl liy City.
Individual residents of 0 city who, in
compliance with law, linvo connected
their premises with a sewer Bystcrn con
ctructed by the city nnd deposit sow-ago
therein cannot be held liable for damages
for the discharge of such sewage by the
operation of the sewer system on or near
tho premises of a coiuplaiuant. tliereby
creating a nuisance. A municipal cor
poration, howeer, though authorized by
statute to construct sewers, has no right
to so construct its system as tn discharge
cewage on the lands of an Individual
or In such place that It flows on his lands
nd pollutes a water courso thereon or
otherwise creates a nuisance by which
he suffers damages. CarmKlnel et ux.
Versus City of Teiurcann, Ail.., 01 Fed.
Ucp. tU S.), 501.
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SPANISH VOTII IN CUBA.
llnvatin, Feb. 28. Tlio policy to bo
ntloptotl by the Spnnlaids nt tlio com
ing elections la n cause of nnxlcty to
tunny CilbitiiH. The ('utiniin cnllB upon
the nntlmtnl patty to bring nil the In
llttonre It mil to bear upon the Rpati
Intds, pointing out Hint ns the Span
iards mo veiy compact mid Inclined to
nt together against tlio Cubans In
capo tlio latter were divided. Ily sonic
It 1ft naseited that the Spaniards nio
leivlng their leglstintlon until the
last moment, when Intgo numbers will
luscilbe thenisples and thus picscrvo
Senor Missonler, a pioinlnent nieni
Iier of the lMtlonal party, says that out
of PO.OOO Spaniards only about 20,000
hac oni oiled IIo does not know
what tlio otbeis will do. A great many
are aflllluted with tlio local committees
of tlio national party. In tlio case of
one conimUteo with a membership of
700 more than n fifth nro Spaniards.
Senor Mcssonlcr contends, however,
that It is Immntcilal what policy tlio
Spaniards tuny adopt, as they nro too
largely outnumbered by tlio Cubans to
mnlso it possible for thorn to control
In any Important question.
Havana has been chosen for tlio con
vention of tlio National party, and tlio
exclusive commission of tlio party has
asked Senor Tamayo, secretary of the
government, to request Gen. Wood,
in tlio nnmo of the party to grant uni
Senor Tamayo, when leeching tho
deputation presenting the request said
tho Washington Government, upon
whom rested tho present responsibility
of the administration of Cuban affairs,
must decide with respect to puffragc,
and undoubtedly would act as seemed
best for tho Interests of Cuba.
Tho deputation wished It clearly tin
dci stood that they had not piesentcd
a protest, but incicly expressed a de
Gen. Wood has authorized tho ic
ofdnbllslnnent of the Havana Stock
r,ehange. Stock brokers will bo no
tified Hint If they wish to follow this
calling, thoy must mako application
within thirty days.
hlcntlficiition Not Complete.
Tho stranger with tho Iloer hat and
shaggy overcoat walked Into tho mer
chant's prlvnto office mid addressed
"Is your nanio Swaddloford?" ho ask
ed. "Ves," replied tho merchant.
"Did you lime a twin brotaer named
"Yes. Do you know anything about
"Hold on. What ever becamo of
"Ho went West twenty years ago
and wo havo never heard of him since.
IIo was n flighty kind of fellow, but
good-hearted. Wo havo always sup
posed something happened to him."
"Yes? Think you'd know him If
you happened to sco him?"
"I think I should. Ily tlio way, your
volce stand a Ilttlo nearer tho light,
please, bo I can "
"Hold on. Havo you got a scar abovo
your right knee, where "
"Of courso I have! Have you n mole
on tho back of your neck?'
"Don't bo In n huriy. Is ono of your
big toes a quarter of tin inch shorter
than the other, on account of your
letting n broadax fall on It in tho wood
shed ono day, when you wcro a Ilttlo
"Havo you n Ilttlo baio placo on tho
back of your head, whero a big fellow
stepped on it ono day at school, when
you were playing bull-pen?
"Why, of courso I have. Lot mo sco
if there, isn't a small wait on tho sldo
of your nose. Hut I can sco It from
here. Hold, old boy, I'm ever so "
"Hold on. Do you believe In froo
"Not by a Jug full. I am "
'"Then I'vo made n mistake. No
brother of mine would bo n darned
goldbtig. Good-by, sir. Sorry to havo
taken up your tlmo."
And ho slammed tho door behind him
as ho went out. Bx.
"Hello, Cayman! I am Sony to seo
you In this fix."
"Yes, hcio I um with n broken leg.
And omy a few days beforo I fell and
hi oka It I drovo an agent of a casualty
company out of my olllco for bothering
1110 about taking out nn accident Insur
"That's too bad. How do you put In
"Kicking myself with tho other leg."
I.Uutt'iinut Colonel William D. Otter,
Tills officer Is In command of 1.000
men recruited In Cn inula and M'lit to
South Africa nt the expeiine of the
Dominion. He was a captain In the
Queen's Own r I lies, which aided In re
pulHlng the lYnlau raid in 1800,
8BNAT0RS WHO DIPPHR.
It Is win th whl.o to call attention to '
th euiiusually largo number of States
whoso Senators nro not In harmony
with each other. Tho diversity if
opinion Is not confined to ono patty
On tho Democintlc side there o c
CsiITeiy and McKnery, of Louisiana
CafTtey Is n gonl standard free tindc
while his colleagtto is u silver pioiot.
tloulst. On nil questions affecting the
tat Iff and the finances their otes a r
tllninetilcnlly opposite. On tho Hcpu'i
Ilcnn sldo tho tlMsions nio nmnero'ii
Chandler of New Hampshire U a bl
metnlllst and says a good word for all
cr whenever ho can find t'ti o"')or
tunlty, while Galllngcr of the iiarae
State, Is for tho gold standard, pure
and simple. In Illinois, Mason Is for
expressing sympathy for tho Iloers and
is against holding the Philippine
while Culloni, ns n member of IV
Committee on Koiclgu Relations, U
suppressing tho Hocr resolution and
favors expansion. The Massachusetts
Senators ntc at odds upon tho Philip
pine question, not only In tlielr vote3
and speeches, hut, as happened lest
week, In newspaper articles, Senator
Hoar occupying n pa go In n popular
weekly to prove that tho conduct of
the Administration is wrong, and Sen
ator Lodge filling another page with
n statement on the other side. The
Maryland Senators also in opposition
to each other, Wellington piedlctlng
all manner of disaster if tho Repub
licans carry out their present policy,
and McComas standing witli the Presi
dent. Washington Post.
The Viy to Cntcli Votes.
"I suppose I owe my promotion to
Congiess to my success In having tho
Stato I-'alr of Illinois permanently lo
cated In tho city of Springfield," said
IlcpicscntntlNo Hon V. Caldwell, yes
terday. "I lmd served In both branches
of tho State Legislature and urged
very strongly tho adoption of the State
Fair bill. Its adoption led to the ex
penditure of many thousands of dol
lars at Springfield, for which tho resi
dents were very grateful. I had been
In the Stato Senate from 1S90 to Iti'Jl,
but In tho latter year was defeated for
reelection by 87 votes."
Representative Caldwell, who Is now
beginning his first term, lays preten
sions only to being "a farmer nnd a
banker." IIo comes from tho old
Springer district, nnd has a reputation
ns n wealthy man. Mr. Caldwell in n
very pleasant talker, modest In hip
manner, but well informed on current
topics. IIo lives on n farm nine miles
fiom Springfield, tho homo of Senator
Cullom, but still retains largo State
banking interests throughout Illinois.
Bcforo civilized man had heard or
dreamed of It, Klckapoo Indian Oil
was healing tho wounds, relieving and
curing tho aches and pains of tho Red
Man. Ilcforo clvl Izcd man had heard
of It, It kept tho natives In perfect
health. And slnco civilized man ha?
known It, tho category ofcur cs has
becomo voluminous. No other medi
cine has mado such cures; because
Klckapoo Indian Oil Is nature's reme
dy, nnd uaturo stands back of It. Your
druggist has It, or can got It. Insist
on getting tho genulno Klckapoo In
dian Oil. Hobron Drug Co., ngents for
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
"I don't llko tho way tho&o pcoplo
fight," said tho young man who reads
"Yes. They don't go nt it In tho right
't go at it in tho right
0 breach, kind friends.
way. Instead of
ground's our ov
'Once moro to tho
onco mote tho General simply yacUs a
bunch of tobacco in his pipe, take
few purrs, then blazes away with
ills rifle. It may bo practical, hut It
doesn't seem legiilnr." Washington
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