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VOL 1NO 123 SALT UTAnFRIDAY u >
LAKE CITY UTAH ERIDAY JULY 24 1885 FIYE CENTS
HENLEYS1 CELERY BEEF IRON
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Celery Beef and Iron
The Great Nerve Tonic
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Be sure and see that the name of Tnt
hill Cox Co or the Celery Beef and
Iron Extract Co is on each bottle
BUSINESS CARDS
0 UTE DltAYMAN TRANSA TSX
UJ general Transfer business to and from
Depots Leave orders at Remington Johnson
Cos
TATCIIES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY KE
WATCHES Hauerbach ICE 1st Sth I
jTT RED ANDERSON REAL ESTATE BRO
rkcr and Notary Public Rents houses col
lects rents and interests loans money at low
Ttas makes out deeds mortgages etc Houses
and lots for sale in all parts of the city Office
in old Salt Lake House No trouble to show
properties
W HASTINGS STAR EXPRESS HAS BET
D ter facilities for moving Pianos fine
Furniture etc than any one and if you wish
moving done with care and dispatch call on
him at No 141 Main Street Telephone No 138
Allkinds of freight handled Orders promptly
attended to
NOS 1 2 AND 3 DR HIGGINS CATARRH
ii Remedy Is warranted to cure all cases if I
directions are followed Oflice No 272 Main
Street I
IIALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
CALL north of Clift House and see Dr I
Higgins the Microscopic and Analytic Physic I
ian the Specialist before taking medicine of j
anyone else All orders by mail promptly filled I
Address Dr C W Higgins No 272 Main Street
Salt Lake City Utah I I
FOR SALE
OIt SA E A GOOD FAMILY HORSE
j with Buggy and Harness Price very low
Address II Holcomb P O Box 628 Salt Lake
City
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
B KEYSOR
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Jt PJUL SJK lf
MIcrald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A 9 CHAPMAN J L WHYTOCK DDS
CHAPMAN t WHYTOCK
Den1is1s
Walker Opera House Anresthetica admiuis
tiered
Telephone in office
C NICHOLS
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OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
iu Office Anesthetics given
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Aud Uaited States Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Zoom 19 Commerce Block
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A ND U 8 DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
I tI Mining and underground surveys with
drawings of same a specialty
Omee139 Main street up stairs by Jones
CO8 Bank
ASSAYERS I
KFOOIE
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1 City personal attention given to all bust j
ness i
O M BISHOP j I I
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161 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
jAjlwprkCarcfully and Promptly Executed
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TIlE LION FIR INSURANCE CO j
or London England Capital and assets j
1694993
ORIENT kStIRANCE CO
ot Hartford Connecticut Capital and asset
159555084
W8JIINGTON F M INS CO I
Of Boston UUJ achusetts Capital and assets
1551850 I
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Public N oticer
OF JUNE LAST I
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ON bought from Mrs I 1sf PIUS lUlministra
W H Pitts
interestof the late
tr1x the entire
to
business of Godbe PUts < < Co
linthe drug
wlththe good will of the same cud the
iget1ter
All claims against
right to UfiC the firm name
Godbo Pitts Co must be promptly presented
to the undersigned W II SHEARMAK
While thanking our friends for their patron
solicit and by courtesy and
age in thc past we
fair hope to retain it for the future
djeiug
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lOUR ILLUSTRIOUS DEAD
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Finally Decided That Sepulchre Shall
Be in Central Park New York
Two Hundred Representatives of the i
I Grand Army Gather at McGregor
ToMorrow
Au Expression of Peace and Host Upon
the Generals Face
The Body Still at lUcGrcgor
I MOUNT McGnEGOB July 24Public inter
est now centers chiefly upon the obsequies
of state and burial Col Fred Grant him
self did not last evening know where the
choice of a spot for sepulchre will be made
A messenger from President Cleveland and
another from Mayor Grace of New York
will arrive here today to present to the
Colonel in person
AN INVITATION OF THC RESPECTIVE CITIES OF
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK
To bring thither for burial the remains
General Horace Porter will arrive here to
morrow to confer with Colonel Grant relative
to arrangement of the funeral details The
city of Springfield Ills has also tendered a
resting p1acefor the remains of the General
Some days must elapse before all the details
and arrangements can be perfected and in
the meantime the body into the veins of
which the embalmers last night injected
antiseptic fluids for their preservation will
be kept upon the mountain Mr W J
Arkell will vacate his cottage near Artists
Lake and the remains General Grantwill
be placed there
THE COTTAGE TO BE SEALED AND GUARDED
By a platoon which will be sent by General
Hancock The public will be kept at a dis
tance in accordance with the Generals de I
sire expressed a week ago
When all arrangements are made and a
burial place has been chosen the remains
will be conveyed away on a special train to
Albany where they are likely to lie in state
for a day from Albany the body will be
taken by special train to New York and pos
sibly to Washington depending upon which
city is chosen for burial
NEW YORKS PROPOSITION TO THE GRANT
FAMHiY
MOUNT McGREGou July 4rhe one con
dition imposed by General Grant before he
died upon those who should decide the place
of his burial is the cause of the delay in fix
ing a spot for his sepulchre Mayor Graces
chief clerk Mr Turner is here and has
been in consultation with Colonel Fred
Grant He has formally and in person for
Mayor Grace urged acceptance of a burial I
spot in any one of the parks of New York
City There is a strong feeling in the fam
ily of General Grant that the New York pro
position is one that would have gratified the
General but the condition that Mrs Grant
might be buried beside the General
isU one that the Mayors representa
tive cannot accede to and telegraphic
communication is now going on between
here and New York on that point The
Presidents messenger at 11 oclock had not
arrived and when he does come and presents
I the invitation from the Soldiers Home it
is not unlikely that the condition of
j General Grant relative to Mrs Grant
being buried tJesidenim will also
then cause some delay Pending conference
I with the others the invitation from the city
I of Springfield Illinois is not being seri
i ously considered though before his death
I General Grantsaid of the three States he
j
would desire Illinois to be buried in
i TO BE BURIED IN CENTBAL PARK
i I i 408 P YThis moment it has been finally
I decided to burv General Grant in Central
t Park New York City
I jt MOUNT MACGBEGOR July 24lhere will
be over 200 representatives of the Grand
Army Post from various parts of the country
here tomorrow They will camp in tents
pitched on the mountain and will take their
meals on the hotel veranda
I The embalming will be completed today
The cheeks and face by the process made
I use of have been made to assume fullness
the deeper furrows and lines have been filled
out and the expression of the face is now
one of peace and rest On Monday the re
mains will be placed in a casket and the near
friends he permitted to view the remains
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES iI i I
I I
Secretary Whitney had a conference with
Roachs j counsel yesterday Nothing definite
was decided upon Whitney said he would
contribute to the press in writing when all
was completed
Dr Rauch executive officer of the
Mississippi Valley Sanitary Association
while in Louisiana examined the precau
tions which have been made to exclude
cholera and yellow fever and yesterday ex
pressed himself as well satisfied that the
gulf entrance is excellently provided for
He does not fear any serious trouble with
yellow fever and thinks cholera cases will
be well handled
At a banquet in London to Patrick Col
lins the Boston member of the House of
Representatives Parnell entered into an ex
planation of the present political situation
in England and Ireland and in conclusion
assured the Irish people in America through I
their distinguished representative that the
attitude of the Irish party in the coming
Parliamentary election would be firm digni
fied and prudent Collins said that Irish
Americans had already subscribed 1000000
to the cause and were ready to subscribe
another million if necessary
At the Chicago meeting yesterday the for
mation of a new Colorado and California
pool was completed In addition to the
roads named as prospective members of the
association is the Southern Pacific system
which was accorded the privilege of becom
ing a member George A Daniels the pres
ent commissioner of the Colorado Railway
Association was chosen commissioner with
power to fix and award percentages The
will be two from
duration of the pool years
July 1st The readjustment of percentages
may be had every six months
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Use f Syrup of Prunes j i
For Constipation Price 75 cts per bottle I I
For sale at all Druggists i
Warning
I expect to change my location from
No 64 W Second South street to Main
street the first of August and have con
cluded to make Cabinet Photographs nn
til that date for 3 per dozen After that
I they will be the same as the other gal
i leries 7 per dozen All work done by
the instantaneous process and guaranteed
i to be the finest in the west
3r W NKWCOMB Photographer
West of Opera Bipuse
I JP
Removal
The Salt Lake DEMOCRAT Company
have removed their office to 69 W Sec
I i i ond South Street one door east of Eagle
I Foundry
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Notice i
The m mal meeting of Congregatlon
Bnai Israel will be held at their building I
I on thE first Monday in August at i 30 p
H SIEGEL Secretary
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I Wanted
Clean cotton rags at the DKMOCIUT office
Celery IT Beef and Iron
Dr Henleys
eures Indigestion and Dyspepsia
Minister Phelps Foregoes The
Princes Ball
LONDON July 24A number of prominent
Americans will assemble tomorrow at the
residence of Minister Phelpsto consult upon
the proper measures to be taken in view of
the death of General Grant and to adopt
resolutions of sympathy with the family of
the dead soldier The Legation will be
closed on the day of the funeral
Minister Phelps and Mr White second
Secretary of the Legation had accepted in
vitations to a ball to be given tonight by the
Prince of Wales but owing to the death of
Ii
General Grant have written letters of re
gret stating they cannot attend I
Gladstones Catarrh of the Larynx
LONDON July 24owing to the failure of
Gladstones voice his throat has been ex
amined by throat specialists who pro
nounced the affection obstinate catarrh of
the larynx and enjoined entire rest The
report alarms the Liberals as Gladstone will
be unable to take part in the election cam
paign Reassuring statements are circulat
ing however to the effect that improvement
is certain and will perhaps be rapid I
Tlircutciiincr the Bride Beatrice
LONDON July 24A man of short stature
and between 50 and GO years of age was ar
rested in the city this morning on a charge
of making threats against the life of Prin
cess Beatrice whose marriage to Prince
Henry of Battenberg took place yesterday
The man has been subjected to a medical
examination but the doctors are unable to
determine whether he is insane The charge
against him will probably be made before a
police magistrate I
Bismarck Suggests a Solution
PARIS July 2The Oavlois says Prince
Bismarck has suggested that Zulfikar Pass
be made neutral thus solving the difficulty
between England and Russia in regard to its
possession
Terrific Storm in Italy
LONDON July 24There has been a ter
rific storm at Torre Cajetani in Italy
Thirteen persons were killed and twenty
two injured by lightning
The Chinese Diplomat in 1uris
PARIS July 24rhe new Chinese Embas
sador to France has arrived here
Gower the oeronant is safe
Phallus Wins
Today
FLEETWOOD PARK July 241he second
heat in the PhallasMajolica race was won
by Phallas time 218
An Amusing Lawsuit
A certain physician of a Western town is
trying to sell an abscess upon the posterior
part of his anatomy to a railway company
for 10000 The circumstances this most
interesting case as related by an exchange
are as follows The doctor boarded a train
of the Cincinnati Indianapolis St Louis
and Chicago Railway in October last to go
to a Democratic meeting in Indianapolis
The cars being well filled by pilgrims wend
ing to the same shrine Dr Washburn went
into the baggage car and sat down not only
upon an egg crate but also upon a nail
whiclrprotrnded Ironitlio said crate and
entered penetrated and pierced that portion
of the doctors body which must necessarily
come into use if one sits down at all It
further appears that the railway company
had neglIgently omitted to scour this nail
with brick or sandpaper and had permitted
I it to become rusty The result of the punc
ture it is alleged was an abscess which
caused the doctor great trouble and even
endangered his life As a plaster to this
wound he now asks the railway company to
pay him 10009 and has called upon the
Court to enforce his request The case is
full of fine pointsfuller of them than the
egg crate Did the company invite and re
quest the physician to enter the baggagecar
and sit down on the egg crate Is it the
I duty of the company to polish up the nails
in the egg crates which it carries Should
not the doctor havo looked out for nails be
fore he sat down Was the sore really an
abscess or only an oldfashioned boil Was
the doctors blood in good order when he sat
down on the nail or did he inflame it un
necessarily by getting mad and prancing
around in warm weather when he discovered
that the nail had gone where it ought not
Can a mans blood be in good order in the
midst of a heated Presidential campaign
and when he is on his way to a big political
meeting Might not the doctor in his en
thusiasm have taken that method of nailing
his colors to the mast and only became
sorry for it when inflammation ensued
Altogether the case embraces many very in
teresting medicolegal questions and will
no doubt result in settling many points
hitherto undecided It is a case of which it
may truly be said that there is a point in
it Railway Age
Colored Poker
My tale concerns the descendants of Ham
possibly members of the Thompson street
poker gang After a fitful argument over
the pasteboards two of them determined to I
have it out and so bet heavily as that adverb
was construed by them A call was the
inevitable result as was also the query
Whatcha cot
Two par was the proudly uttered re
sponse
Two par heah said Hannibal
Jacks up uttered Scipio in reply
Jacks heah said Hannibal with a tanta
lyzing smile
Trays next was Scipios blunt declara
tion Tray heah mumbled Hannibal as his
face opened in a grin
Ace shouted Scipio as he thumped the
table conclusively
Ace next heah and Hannibal was in dan
ger of falling from his chair in au ecstasy of
delight
Holy Moses shrieked Scipio ashe turn
ed up the whites of his eyes
Holy Moses heah and Hannibal
stretched forth a sable hand to divide the
pot
Mendacious Free Trade
If the people understood this matter
said John Roach to a New York reporter
yesterday if the mendacious free trade
I press had not so extensively deceived them
the failure of John Roach would be recog
nized from ocean to ocean as a national
calamity It was my great ambition that
our nation should recover its glory and pros
perity on the seas I wanted to prove that
American merchandisegrown or made by
American workingmen in American shops
could be sold the world over through the
medium of American ships built from iron
rolled in our own shops and of timber cut
from our own forests This recalls the
eulogy pronounced upon Colonel Yell of the
Texas Legislature It is true cried the
orator in the course of his impassioned re
marks that our late brother when called
upon to account for the disappearance of the
I funds of the First National Bank of Yell
yule of which institution he was the Presi
1 dent cOuld not do so satisfactorily but his
remarks upon that memorable though un
happy occasion showed that his heart still
II Post beat warmly f9r his J native landS F
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Great JJeauotipn in LjYPI1
I At Hark McKimmins Livery Stable
i Ladies Should Use Dr Henley
Celery Beef and Iron t
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street i
TRIBUTES OF RESPECT
I
The London Press Pay an Eloquent
Tribute to the Dead Soldier
The Close of His Career Regarded With
Sympathy and Regret
How the News Was Tolled From the
Bells of the Metropolitan Church
Sorrov Throughout the World
NEW YORK July 23Dijhtches from
cities all over the South and from numerous
points on the Atlantic coast and Middle
States show that General Grants death Val
received with universal sorrow This is
strongly marked in the South and all the
leading papers of that portion of country
commented editorially in the warmest terms
of praise of the Hero of Aonomatox
Comparisons and contrasts are drawn be
tween the two great bodies who met there
cno as victor the other as vanquished
Nearly all the leading commercial exchanges I
adjourned at once or passed resolutions of
respect and decided to adjourn on the day
of the funeral
THE CHIMES RING OUT A DIRGE
WASHINGTON July 2t Members of the
congregation of the Metropolitan Methodist
Episcopal Church where the General at
tended will probably make arrangements
for a meeting for special services to be held
in memory of General Grant In case the
remains are brought to this city the use of
the church will be tendered for holding the
funeral services
Professor Widdows who plays the chimes
in the Metropolitan Church hastened to the
church yesterday as soon as he learned of
General Grants death and tolled minute
bells for one hour on the large chimes and
then played dirges at intervals In con
clusion he struck General Grants age 63
strokes on the large bell General Grant
was present on Thanksgiving day 1871
when the chimes were dedicated One of
the bells was the gift of Mrs Grant and
bears her name
MARYLAND TENDERS HONO11S
BALTIMORE July 241he Fifth Maryland I
regiment now encamped at Atlantic City I
yesterday telegraphed Colonel Fred Grant I
offering to act as escort through the State I
should it be decided bring General Grants
body to Washington and Mayor Latrobe
tendered the use of the City Hall in case the
family will permit the body to rest in the
city en route
I THE LONDON PRESS ON THE OCCASION
LONDON July 24The Post says The
I American Republic has lost one of its illus
trious citizens General Grant will be re
membered as an able soldier who prevented
the final severance of the great republic It
is thus that he will be known to posterity I
Though not a Napoleon or a Wellington he I
handled large armies and led them to vic
tory
The Standard says Although the death
of General Grant was long expected the
event is not less deplored We can only
share with his mourning countrymen in the
sense of the loss of one whose career was so i
notable so honorable to himself and > i
useful to his native land If that were pos
sible he in when
even rose popularity the i
nation saw the way he faced poverty and I j I
ruin Simple and modest he was never cast
down by reverses nor elated by prosperity
never a great strategist he knew only one
coursenamely to fight Today from
Cape Cod to the Alaskian isles the land will
once more resound with fading memories of
the war
The Telegraph devotes two columns to a
review of General Grants military career
Editorially it says Yesterday the greatest
and most successful soldier that the United
States had produced breathed his last In
no portion of the United States have the
financial disasters making the close of Gen
eral Grants career been regarded with more
sympathy and regret than by England Be
yond all others he was best fitted to cope
with the tremendous crisis which made him
and when the grave closes over all that is
mortal of Ulysses Simpson Grant it will be
felt that he leaves behind him no man cast
in a simpler sincerer or more heroic mould
PREPARING FOR SEPULTURE JN NEW YORK
NEW YOBK July 2The Board of Alder
men met today Mayor Grace sent in a
communication to them calling their atten
tion officially to the death of General Grant
and quoting his letter of yesterday to Mrs
Grant and the answer from Colonel Fred
Grant Appropriate resolutions were then
offered The resolutions extend sympathy
to the family and authorize the proper authorities
thorities to offer sepulchre for the body
of General Grant in any of the public
parks in this city which the family of the i I
deceased may select and say that the City
Hall will be draped and placed at the din I I
posal of the family of the deceased for the I
reception of the remains They also provide
for a committee to perfect the funeral ar
rangements and order a copy of the resolu
tions sent to the Generals family The com
mittee to make the necessary preparation
provided for in the resolutions was ap
pointed
A communication was read from Clerk
Turner who had been dispatched to Mount I
MacGregor to confer with the family of
General Grant in relation to his sepulchre I
in one of the parks of this city It stated it
was likely the proposition would be ac
cepted A resolution was adopted empower
ing the mayor in case of the proposition I
being accepted to appoint a committee to
collect the quota to be contributed by the
people towards a national monument
The Stock Exchange committee today re
ported appropriate resolutions a copy of
which was ordered sent to the Generals
family
LOCAL JOTS
The funeral services of Mr S J Jonasson
will take place under the auspices of the A
O U W on Sunday next
Mr Frank Foote started his newsampling
works at the Utah Central grounds this
afternoon Everything including the patent
rolls worked like a charm when the steam
was applied
The Real Estate and Insurance firm of A
J White and C J Smith at 34 East Second
South Street has dissolved Mr Smith with
drawing and Mr A J White continuing the
business as heretofore but under the head of
A J White
Mr D W Rench of this city returned
last evening from a trip to Washington in
the personal interest of the Territorial Mar
shalship of Utah Upon inquiry pertaining
to his chances for the muchsoughtfor po
sition Mr Rench expressed himself reluct
antly but said he did not feel defeated nor
disappointed I
It rumored that the Salt Lake base ball
nine after crowning themselves with laurels I
at Pueblo in the same manner as at Lead
r ville have started for Denver where they
expect to add still more lustre to their mem
I ory as base ballists after which they will
probably disband and soak their uniforms
I 10 defray their expenses home It is also re
ported that they have taken a solemn oath
to never again stray from the confines of
I Washington Square
OLD lady to modest curate Lor sir j I
114o I like tQ hear you preach extrumpery
Your language is that wonerful fluid pi II I I
For Sale
A good horse and buggy for sale or ex I
change for city lot Enquire at Sixth I
South 23 E
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DEATJL FROM AN OLD DUEL
John Malley Carrier a Bullet For
Twelve Years and It Caused
His Death Yesterday
JohnMailey a well known miner formerly
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merly of Virginia City and Eureka
Nevada died at the Sisters Hospital
from the effectsof a bullet lodged back of
his right lung From a gentlemen well
acquainted with the deceased it was
learned that Mailey was a quiet intelli
gent and reliable man He vent to Dry
Canyon in 1873 to work some claims
While there he became involved a dis j
pute with a miner regarding the right
to a certain prospect During analterca
Uonpertaming the matter Mailey l Was I
challenged by his opponent to meet in a j
gulch near Ophir and settle the difference j
of opinion with pistols The time and
place being designated Mailey showed I
up when his rival secreted behind a
rock shot him He fell but recovered
and lived in Door health until voafnwlitr j
n
when he breathed his last at the age of
45 years
Mr Mailey came to Salt Lake from
Wood River three years ago and after
remaining in the hospital about one year
he revived sufficiently from his illness to
be able to drive Dr Fowler about the
I city which he has faithfully done the
I past two years The Doctor made an
examination today and found the lungs
clogged with pus which made breathing
at times almost impossible and finally
caused his death The funeral took place
at halfpast 2 oclock this afternoon from
the hospital and the remains were buried
in the Catholic Cemetery
II
Send Em On We Want Em
Thrents to send troops to Salt Lake do I
not appear to alarm the Mormons In
I
fact they would be rather glad to see the j
whole United States army quartered in i
the Territory for then the farmers would I
be sure of a good sale for their produce
and other lines of business would be I I
correspondingly brisk Speaking of the
anticipation of trouble in Salt Lake on I
the 24thj with the proposed precautions i
of the Government the DEMOCRAT says
We wish the Government would send
the Fifth Cavalry and two or three more
regiments of cavalry and infantry to Salt
Lake by fast train and quarter them here
permanently as it would he a big thing
for the town and would greatly Hid in
reviving business By the way what
has become of the schenie for establish
I ing a military school like the one at
Leavenwortli at Fort Douglas Now
I would be a most excellent time to found
such an institution The DEMOCRAT is
I an anfrpolygamy paper but the polyga
mists would be equally glad to see the
troops for they are aware that bayonets
do not go far to secure the enforcement
of laws to which the only opposition is a
passive one1lta California July 22d 1
KANDOLPHClfOB h
An Anecdote of the New Secretary
for India
Lord Randolph Churchill so conspicuous
I just now in the affairs of the English Gov
ernment recalls a good story to be heard at
New York clubs Lady Churchill who was
I one of the brightest girls ever reared in New
I York was one of the attractive features at a
I recent charity ball in London Her hits
i band hotheaded but generous was one of
the fashionable throng While Lady Chur
chill was executing some brilliant dash on
I the piano keys a tall young fellow with
bangs eyeglass and all the rest of dude
doms paraphernalia stood near Lord
I Churchill In a feminine lisp the tall young
I man remarked for his lordships ems
Deuced fine music you know but it lacks
I I the weal soul it lacks the weal soul
Churchill gave him a half contemptuous
I glance The tall young man still dispensed
i his lisp He had nothing original to say
I but his criticisms made up for what they
t lacked in that direction by silly personality
He was in delightful ignorance of the
I identity his listener and seemed much
amazed by the spirit of a low phrase that I
I finally flew into his ears sounding very
like this For a shilling Id wallop the
I life out of you here on the spot A sooth
ing panacea to wounded feelings came to
the tall young man on the following day
I when a card unexpectedly invited him to the
Churchill drawing room He wasnt long in I
I responding Neither was he long in depart I
I ing He got no further than the hall A
burly young man met him there It was the i
same gentleman whom he had favored with
his lispings last night Lord Randolph
Churchill Then out floated Lady Churchill
This fellows come to apologize to you
Thus the Lord to the lady Down on your t
knees Thus the Lord to the caller And
down on the rugs fell the perfumed creature I
He was very abject He even consented to
be kicked I havent much pride in
chronicling the fact that this youth is a New
YorkerNew York Times
NIHILISM DEFINED
A Kutsiuu on the Great llugbnir of
His Jfutlicrlaml
Nihilism is of less consequence in Russia
than Fenianism in England or Socialism in I
Germany I could take you to Russia and
travel over thousands of miles of country
and you might ask of the strong country
peasantry What is Nihilism Who is
Nihilism Where is Nihilism and they
will tell you that they never came in contact
with it Now said my Russian friend
I will tell you what Nihilism is We have
in Russia a certain number of young men
who go to the universities to be educated
and they must pass a strict examination at
the conclusion of their studies and then
they are put into various divisions of the
public service the army the navy the
civil bureaus the church or what not
You see that Russia is not a democracy
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it is a great country in extent and popula
tion where a limited class does the thinking
and gets the education for the benefit of all i
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stead of preparing themselves at school
take the money given to them and have a
career of dissipation and when they come
for examination thoy fail to pass The
gqvernment will then not accept them in any i
responsible position and their families kick
them out and tell them to take care of them
selves So they go into the cities where they
have been living among mistresses and with
low associates and they say to the working
mechanic who has come up from the conn
try to the city and is exceedingly ignorant
You ought to own that building you are
working on You who make shoes ought to
be a great shoe manufacturer We will
bring about for yon that happy condition of
things but in the meantime you must give
up twentyfive cents a week to carry on the
great cause So they take from these poor
ignorant fellows twentyfive cents a week
and that is what Nihilism is It is the in
doctrination of a few ignorant men by a few
dissipated young and desperate men
Socialism in Germany ha a much stronger
basis than any Nihilism in Bussia because
the nature of the German government allows
any min to come no and be a member of the
government no matter what his views are if
He has received sufficient votes That is not
the case in Russia It is true that onr late
emperor lost his life through some of these
deceived and ignorant people but at the
same time your President became the I
victim of an equally ignorant and insane
man I
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