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TITK KANSAS CITY JOHtNAL, MOKUAY, MAROl. !, 18U.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
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BELLE VIEW I
$135, $150, $200.
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S. X. Simpson - Son,
( jiambcr ul Co'n llldg
;E. R, Ca! lender
I llllllllg UUI,
ftifl Mlnursntn Ave.
fine Job Work of all
Ichiusa spec! lit)-.
G, W. BETTS.
.Justice of the 1'cacc,
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I x VxV .V
.Mliincnlu Ave. liwyjlilnij 1 lean ami
m,i. ....... .. Hcal Homoin ule Pics,
MirrlAge ceremony pt, oncti until l
Collection a spec, ill ' OIH M1.MirM.t1 Ac
C3 li To llilp
Set vow ti.ipi, boj.
' "III piV n.' ttplPLC
for lli! Intio thin col..
Hi mill .11 Inn. Am'.
lor tlio next sKty
'lain I will f.aiim'ry
Lace Cumins ai fie
Hplece, or M)e per pair.
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Itmiin. ;yi noil il'i.'l. I'orlKiniMith lllilc.
Hif 11 number of lilg snap" 111 nil klmln of
vnc.int ntvl ltnproeil ptoport. Torn mun.
Pic" 1 l-tootn hotie. SO feet, nlca nhncle. 1
block ftom enr line, iW, 1 s-rooni liotic. 01
fpet of Brotiinl, corner, cur tlue, Jl.ootf
Terms to till,
A book full of such Inrsalns.
A ninn. Ave.
5th St. Opera House
The Turner Shaker Concert Go,
GRAND FREE ENTERTAINMENT
Moral lu tone; inciting In foaturs; rusttuclltc
Tho Tiii-nnl nffna Vinn VlOATl
j.io uwu..... w..w .... -
removed from the Chamber s1
, . .. r. a n
01 uoiuinurwo lu liiu uisiuuui
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
j.,...VTVTT. ryvysryy y t y j j y t
SfflS WASHED AWAY.
M.xrv-NIM: roi.oitHn cona i:iit iiap
1 ii;d i tiii: u.m.
THE PREACHER BECAME WEARY.
l-OSTPOM'.II Till: IMMIIItslON 111' -i:.
kxtei:n oiiiiuts umii, apkii..
.Mis Unlti llroylps1 funeral M III lie Held
To. day PonVr niul .Moom 11 111 'uiiport
Hit- lltlimin Illll-'-alooos DohiR
It IllR siuul.iy Ilnsloiss.
About 1,000 people assembled on the banks
of the Kiiw river vesttidny afternoon. near
the foot or Ann avenue, for the puipose of
witnessing the baptism of elpht)-sl-c col
ored conveitM of tho Mount c'nimel Ilap
tlst chinch. Nineteenth stieet nntl Tincj
avenue, Kiuis.i3 fit), .Mo 'lho time set
for the beRlnnhiR of the ceremony was i
o'clock, but Ioiir before that hour hundred'-
of pen-oils wero on the banks of the
river. The cold wind nude it very dl
hri pontile for tho spect.itois as well as fot
those who participated In the baptism
ltev li W Jones was in rhiiRe of the
it lemony. One uftcr anothei of the con
xerijS walked Into tlio le watei .mil was
Afliii' successfully biptilnR slly-nlne of
the elRht)-sIx, Ilev. Jones declileil to post
pono tho baptl-ni of the remainder until
the Hist Sunila in April. The people, lost
no unit In leaclilni; tin Ir ipspectlve homes,
.s the) weio badly chilled fiom the ex
posure The wholesale baptism yesteidny wns tho
laiRfst known In tho blstoty of Wjnn
tlotto count) ltev. Jones, who was Instin
inental In HcetuliiR (-0 man) conversions.
Is .1 native of Alabama. Ho came to this
clt) beven yearn nRo ami took cIuiiro of
the coloteil ll.intlkt chinch Ho hesan 11
f.oiles nt revival meetlnus in Kansas ClLv.
Mo., on .1. urn. ii) 1, and ouducted them
TICADI.H' ASSK.MHl.Y MIIHTINH.
htuutor IVtfer unit fongiessiiiau Mooio
ITetlRti Support to tho .Milium Hill.
The tiades nssembl) held Its regular meet
ing )esterday afternoon and transacted a
considerable amount ot routine business.
Letters wore read from Senator Peffer
and Congressman M0010 pledging their
support lo the .MeUaun bill now pending
In congKaS. Tho bill piovldes lor tho pub.
llHhlng of a laboi bulletin by the coiuinla-j-lonfr
of lubor once each month
Resolution: vveiu tuloptcd inviting tho
Industrial council of Kansas City, .Mo, to
meet hei on tho last Sunduy ot this
month to eousldtt mattots of general In
terest to otganlietl laboi
The following tesolutlons were adopted,
"Whert-as, It has pleustd (!od in Ills In
finite wisdom to mavo Horn our midst the
beloved fathei of our rospeeted inlleague,
Hrother fit 01 go Ycnget, and
"Where is. We i-jnipathUe with our
brother In his bereuveiueut, therefore,
"Jtesolved, That we. the li.nles assem
bly of Kansas City, Kas., lu rogului sea.
slon assembled, eMcud to JH, Yeuger our
heartfelt synipath). nntl,
"Ittnolvetl, That a copy of these ipsoltt
tlons ho spteml on the recotda of this body,
a copy sent lo the bereaved family mnl .1
cop) furnished to the picas,"
MISS l.l..li: IIHOYI.I.V J I'M
Il Held Tlil Afltriioon from I lie
Itettldelito of Her hister,
The body of Miss Lizzie Ann llro)es,
the piofesslonal miioQ who committed sul.
clde at C'ulUwell, Ka I'llday evening,
srrtvetl In the city )csterduy mnl Is now
nt the home of her sUter, -Mis, William
J'orgle, No. !iOW North Seventh stieet,
Miss llro)ea was well known lu this
city, having spent stvetal )e.irsi with her
sister, Mrs. Porgle, Last Jul) she went
to Caldwell, Kas., to live with another
sister, Mrs. Judd Clurk. She had been lu
poor health for the past two )eurs. Krl
day evening she diank caibollu ucitl. The
family thought that slie was dt inking
water, As soon as she took the poison
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lateit U.S. Gov't Report
Because They Advertise.
jnV.i.MJ.'i.iKVlm s. w. 3dk.oxjc3-h:t.
iinjninthlnijbi ' nmir In Knusis f II) Pt tiling Mill,
Hie Carpet mill i si fr. Olkiitiil Air.,
I IIMlUliri lillO llK..l 1,1. ir IU. u ., -. t u
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WINDOWS, DOORS. MOLDINGS,
c.toi, nmt iivmi mwinu nmi ti'uninii
Mount,!' n spot I lilt of stair IIiiIIiIIiir,
I Hunk Imintirs iiiiiI lllllre I'Htiirt.
VM 13 1 1?!) i-irpiimiuiii
.. l?llU1 l.psshlpppil
. . "PIN Ir." nrllelli.
, Llectrlc llol!s.sie-tk.
hit! TiiIxm Incrt?il
Oil, .Mlllliratttil Ave.
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I Imp Itiiki r
prrl In tiij
Tlio xlmrl (Inlrr
('nil mill lnpn I tlio
" i n lrori " 1h
fitrn pit re Ii Mine
. V W IIAHri.BTT.
VIS Alhiiirijtit ,v
(mtiir, 'liiimir, t'utiirrh.
I t remit noil nil -kin III.
rn, . srm, fur llooli.
riniM' iiipiiiliin loiiriiat.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Ciiliililniillnii oil Corp.
itmiii ( , .lo.
A 60 candle
cent per hour.
Wanrfotlo Gas Co.
Irl. IHIIII. Iluatatlllli)
i-lie put on lu-r hut nnil stnrteil to walk
ilcittn to the bn.liip portion of tlio clt.
hlie pot uboiit four blocks rrom the home
or her Kter nnil becntne unconscious. Shi
re I lo tin- strci-t tiiul w.is plcknl up nnil
taken home. l'h.jclan won- Hiiinniouneil
but inch kiu una un.ialllnsr unci she
moil one limit later
IIpi i,-liitlcs claim tint her hp.ilth n.is
thL onlv thlntr that Morrli-il her anil caus
ed Iipi to ,trlnk tlio poison Tlio cot oner
of the count) wan summoneil ami after an
examination lie declile.l that 1111 Innuest
- iiiniecusnr MIC leiliams 1U DC
buileil In Oak (!roe cemetetv nnil tho
will be helil .it tlio 1'orcle home
' this llfteintion .It L' o'clock.
Her In-other, S imuel .At Uro) les, of
Mrksviiiov io. aniveii m the citv- last
evtnliw "he decea-eil was one of tho best
professional mtrsrs In the West, anil she
'hnl a larKP niimbei or fi lends In this clt).
" .Ml" PoibIp said that Mio burned all of
JJ her letters I'rliluy mtuiilmr
Jl .Miss I!io)lts was t-neiiKcil to be married
2 to llllam Kale, of this clt) The dute
1 ior 1110 m.irri iRc was clunked several
. times on account of her health .Mr Kale
-broken ovci the occuticnce.
ki.ii ami me ki.i 1 1: vnr.
IIIr lEiislnes Ilono on siliitlav bv itlttoiis nt
lho suite l.lin .
Slnee the joints of the city were closed
bv the police some weeks uro, the people
down near the state line carr) on n piettv
llvel) trade In keps niul buckets e.uh nf-tt-rnoon
and evenlns The trade Is lusest
.Siimlav afternoon and eveiiliiK. Yesteida)
nfternoon the police at James stieet sta
tion counted the piocesslon for about live
houis and the count showed that half a
dozen kess, curled by no less than 30")
buckets or beer, weie carried by .Most
of the beet wtnt lo the lesldunts of the
"Patch," that peculiar pait of the clt)
back of Ai mom's packlns house wheio
many pool people live
Thencwtiadi has made it neccssai) for
oath of the biR saloons at. the .Mihsouil
side of tho slate lino to employ tin etia
b.utendei One ot these saloonkecpets
said that his Sitnda) sales amount to lull)
one-li ilf more than evtr before, and that
the monev taken ill on Suiulav lull) com
pensated him lor the loss of the tiade 01
iMsioned b) the elosiiiR of the Rumbling'
COM'HItllM'i: Of ASsKssOltS.
Will lto lie III to I l 11 Ititsls for AssessliiR
Pt rsou tl Piotti rl).
Tho assessois of this city ami the five
townships lu the county will moot at the
couit hntisu this moiuliiR and !1 a basis
foi assessliiR poison. il piopeity. The ob
ject of this Is to get 11 iiulfoim assessment
us nonr UH posslhlo In tho count) Tho ns
sossoiH will tl .1 cetlnln ptho for horses,
tattloof nil kinds, pianos and faun Imple
ments Utietofoio tho ouii-thlid v.iliiitlnu
plap has aIwa)K been tleclded upon, but
what tho usscssoiH to-ila) will do Is not
known it Is claimed th it In other coun
ties In tho stnto all prnptity Is ussessod
foi one-lhlitl of Its value, and that If the
amount Is iiilsed hole It will nqiilio Wvun
dotte tountv to pay moro than its slmio of
tho stnlo tuxes Tho assessois will not
assess loalt) this HptliiR They will only
nsoss peisouil i'lopeit) and luiprove
nieuts that havo In en made duiliiR tlm
past year Tilt) will ulsu tuko tho state
CISIMI.NAI, IMK'lvi: r.
Mill lie Culled b) .liltlgo Allien In tlio Ills
tilt t Court 'lo-tl.i).
The M.uoli term ot tho district court will
conveno to-diy with Judgo Alden on tho
bench. The tilmlimt ilocket will be called
lit st, and when nil of tho coses are ills,
posed of tho civil docket will bo taken up
Tho criminal docket contains about sixty
cases Many of thtni 1110 old eases, that
wtre brought whllo A. II Cobb w.ih county
nttutno) In theso cases, wheie tho now
count) attorney has nil) evidence, ho will
piosecuto Hum, and wlieio thoro Is no
chance 10 convict ho will dismiss.
lli:i HKMIMII) 'l fllM-.
Tim l. mho! ratio ftiiiiiiillti o Wilt Indnrso
lho fopiilit Cmitlld ito for Mayor.
Tho Democintlo city ceuttal commltteo
will meet this evening nt tho olllco of tho
eh. til man, and Hy lo find n way out of
tho pnit' present illloninia. The inein-lit-ia
of tho committee will, It Ih said, In.
ilor.su tho Populist nomlueo for tn,i)or,
wboovci liu may be. Tho 'Populist com
mltteo will meet Wednesday evening and
select n candidate for inn) 01. Nnthati Creo
will piobably bo nominated, and will au
cept this time. Ho will bo liuluisotl by the
Domnci.illo eonventloii when It meeta
Maul tin) Appellate Court ( lerkuhlp.
Thc-io aio two candidates In this clly for
uppolutmoiit as cleil; of the uppellate cuutt
of this, district, They 1110 W, A, Snook
and S. H. King, Populists. Judgo Clark,
who will ptesldu ovtir this dlsttlot, has thu
ninklng of lho appoinlnieiit. Sevtral mem
bciH of thu tiadcH unions favat tho ap
pointment of .Ml, Snook, mid will inuko a
light for him. They claim that tho position
litis not )et been pi utilised to ail) body,
lllillilll ItlnMlMtlun Ollke,.
Heglnnliig this evening Commissioner of
Hlectlons Poster will keen his otilce upcu
evciy night until lu o'clock tor tho acconi.
modatlou of woiklngmeii who deslie to
leglster, The books will closo on March
ti, and those who full to uglster befoio
iluit time will not bo permitted to oto
Tho leglstrntlon. so fur, has reached s.soti.
of which number M are women, liranch
reslstiutlon ollltes have been established
na follows; Hist ward, police station No.
.'. Murch 7. 8, tij Second wuid, Smith's drug'
store, Stewart and "L" roa.d, Match is
Thlnt want SePtitb mnl tlanlel.1 Mnhh
.. Ihlrlppuili nn.l I, ma. I Mni-rh n niul
I ourlli wnnl Tentli an.l Mlniipiiotn ne
tine, Mntih SpiPiith mnl llhlo itM-ntic
March !) I'lfth waul, .lolner stoie on
I nlnimlo npllnp. March I, rotirtppillli an.l
('pntinl iupiiup Jliitili 1, sixth ,iril po
llio Blnlloii ,Vn 1, Mnrrh T, v j Clailln's
ilnih' torc, .Mmtli I, ., 0
(man I'ntnrtntk nttPil (12 ear. n farm,
rr of lir.itiimt mil, illril .mtpiil m ,nf inn
icl The funeral ulll lake plum tills lifter
noon at the linus", niul the remalnn will
bo iiurli'il In ijulmlaro cnmetpr
Marih Hallance. niteil 3rt )ears, illeil nt
her homo nt MO New ,lorii-v iiVpiiui-, )ps.
Unlay inornlnc, of Dpholil fever TIip fu
neral Mill tuki- placp to-uinrrnw nflornoon
miller the nuatiirrs of ijuoeti i:p'g court.
Tho lioily will b. intcrroil nt u.ik (lioo
1'rnnces Tujlor, the !-immihs.olil ilmtcli.
ter of ev-l'ollcitniiii W, N Ta)lot, illeil
)ptenbi) of ptipiin.oiila. The funeral will
tako pi ice at .1 o'dock tn-ilay fiotn tho
rninlly limne. No. vi North i'lfth Jtrpet.
The hoilv will bo labl nt reel lu Uak tlrovc
.Martin lliise), of lloranlf, illeil Siituiilnv
peiiliiK nt pneumonia at tho nun of r.
)Piir" TIip funeral will tako place this
inuiiilnit. The ileceasul Unxea n, wlfa niul
Ml. I ItotMll.ls .Mmoi;i,,a.v.
J W I.oiiRfellon, of this city. rpceleil
a leleurntu )estenlay nnnniinclni; the
ilcatlt of his mother nt Lawrence. He went
to that placo to mnke artauKiments for
the funeinl. '
The clt) council will meet lo. morrow
evening when 1111 nnllnanco cutahllshlnir a
city bontil of health will bo consliletetl
The reiteration of Clubs will hobl n meet
Inir this afternoon nt I'jthlnn hall In the
I'ortsmoiitli liiillillntr. 1
.Mr. SI C Stale, of Ottawa, Ka., will ar
rive In the ell) to-il iv to ppenil several
weeks vlltlntr relative.
It. C Maroon has Rone to Pan I'rnncl'co,
f'nl, He will niii-nil several months there
on account of Ill-health. v
A. W Vooilon has Rone to SI Paul,
.Minn He will be nbjeiu about n week..
It. A. Marllon, of New York, Is In the
city, l?IUiic friends ami relatives.
.Miss ,lnle .Iohnon, of Lawrence, has
returneil home after a hilef visit with rela
tives on .Minnesota nvenue.
Klpvutetl Itnllwn) fonipait) PuttlnR n Cnrvp
lit the I'oot of tlio Seventh
stret t Miltlllct.
The lllevated Hallway Compan) beRan
work )esterday lmttliiR In tho curve nt
the foot of the Seventh street viaduct and
Kuusns iivpuue. A force of twent) nipn
was nt woik and the olllclals ot the road
expect to have the- work completed this
mornltiR. The company was planted a
fi.inchlse about two months uro to con
nect Its Ainiourdnle brunch of the elevated
toad with the Mettopolltaii lino nt Kan
sas nveniio and Packard street. The Hack
Is all catl) put down from the viaduct to
Packard stieet and as soon as the curve
Is completed the compan) will abandon
the Shawnee avenue route and 11111 Its cars
direct from Itlvei v lew to the Kansas Clt)
stock vatds and transfer passenpeis to the
Twclfth street Hue at that point. At
piesent the tt.msfet' station Is located lit
the Intersection of the two roads at Shaw
nee and Packard streets. The tompnti)
expects to have cats uinuliiR over the
new unite to-day. A tr.msfei station will
be established at Kansas avenue and Pack
ard street for the puiposo ot transferrin,?
passenRCts to and troni Argentine.
Sertltes lit the flttirt be.
HeRUlii Suiidi) services were held In
the chinches In this cltv )esterda) OwlnR
to the unpleasant weather the attendance
was not ns litRe as usual At the ft-ntml
Methodist chin cb the pint or, the ltev. T K.
Chandler, preached both monilm," and
evenlns bundn) school and Hpworth
l.eiiRiie meetliiR was held at the usual
hour The atli nd.ince ul the Central Pros
it) toil m church was falily larpe The pul
pit mm occupied b) the ltev C C Ariu
stioiiR, who preached two veiv InterestlnR
sermons. The ltev. I' I,. Stieeter dollv
eied two able sormmiH lit tho I'lrst Hap
llst church The Sunday school mid Y,
P. S C H mtetltiR was well intended.
Mist 1 lliiiipoiis,
Jllss .Sadie Hums, of HxoeMor SprliiRs,
Mo, Is In the clt) visltliiR friends on South
.Mis. John Dnvldyon. who has been qnlto
III for the pist two weeks, is convalcsclnc,
Hniety Do) lo, who hut been Hlnir nt
the point of death foi sevei.il da)s with
br.iln fevoi. vvas reported better )cslei
d.iv. Ita) So)inoio nntl sister, .Miss Jesse So)
moio, of Doxtei, Kas , are In the clt), the
pilosis of Mr and .Mrs It. C Hillings, oil
houth Thirteenth street.
Mies Ploronce AllbaiiRh, of Diesdon,
Kas, Is in the city, tho guest nt .Mrs T.
A Pollock ,
II L. Spooner left last nlRht tor Hlue
lleptlbllonlts Mill Hobl Tbplr (oiivrullou
nnil oiolliito i full CTt) ticket
on s itiinliy.
The convention of tho Republicans of
this city will bo held on Suturday evening
In Nokes' hall A fulli ticket will he nom
inated Tho central commltteo of tho Sil
ver City Republican Club has decided to
hold 11 mnss convention, which will do
away with the customary primary elec
tions At Holes of organization have been
adopted by tho club niul hive already
been published In the Join nil. All) Repub
lican wishing to join tho club has onl) to
ultlx his iiamn to tho ugi cement, nntl b)
so doing secure the pilvllego ot voting nt
the city convention The members of the
club will bo seated In the convention hull
H.ich ward will select .1 caudHato for
councilman nntl a member of the board of
education. Tho membeis of all wards will
choose candidates for each of tho following
olllces: Major, police judge, clt) treasurer,
two Justices of tho peace, two constables
ami .1 tieasurer of tho boaids ot ttluc.i-
The plan of conducting tho city cam
pilgn on party lines Is meeting with the
approval of a majority of the lending clt
ini!, of all parties. Since the Republicans
have organised tho Democrats are endeav
oring to put a straight ticket in tho Held
Tlio Democratic central committee has
called n meeting for Tuesday evening to
set the d lies fur primaries and convert.
A Republican mass meeting wilt ho held
Thursday evening nt Nokes' linll to discuss
the situation and arouse public Interest In
Constable 13 Hlake announces himself as
a candidate for re-election, subjei t to the
nomination cf tho Republican convention.
The Hasteni Star will give a social Tues.
day evening nt the home of Mrs. Prank
l.oar), on South Ninth street.
tleorge Cusvvoith will hereafter bo found
In the new- building, one door west of j,,,.
ins' hnrdwnrc store on Metropolitan avi
on... where he will continue to ilu tlrst-cluss
shoe 1 dialling, etc.
Mrs W, T. Mucker, of Spear avenue. Is
0 Aiiothe'r of the blast furnaces In thu
smelter vvas opened yesterda),
Chailes Santany will leave soon for 111
Inois to Mslt friends,
Undertaker Simmons had charge of two
fuueials )esterda). The Infant daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. Wright, that died Prlday
night, was interred at Woodlnwn, nnil the
)Oitng daughter of J. Agnes and wife, was
buried at Junction lemeter).
Soup ut It I'Cllll) 11 lllillilll.
London Answers: The art of cheap soup,
making has not, until lately, had the at
tention given 10 It by Hrlllsh housekeepers
that It deserves. They have, we fear, lath,
er scotned the Idea of ulng an) thing but
the best grdvy beef. Hut now, however,
when cconuiu) lu cooking as In ever) thing
else bus to be piactlced, they ate begin,
niug to look on ordinary bones us their
most valuable allies lu making soup which
shall be the minimum of cost una max.
mum of nouiUliiuciu. One p.nti) woith of
mutton bones, bioken Into a yuan of
water, and allowed to stand for a da) and
night at the back of the Hie, will, when
two quuiU of boiling water and a jjennv
u tilth of peu floui uie added, boil Into n
most delicious soup, lu soup kitchens, 01
wheie large tiiianlltlos nie made, enough
soup to feed four people will onl) cost the
small sum of 1 fai thing
I Chicago Inter Ocean "Is Ihe little Jonej
boy a gieat f ivoilte lu school"
Jimmi" 'Well, 1 should sa) so There
isn't a fellow lu school but what h can
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
n iilltll.lt ins , i.trTl.t; htfsii
M iril s'i'iisi;i) 111 ittn ny
1 I., Ilni Iter Mill lip it lleinoi rntle I mill
ilnlf for Mn)or- I lit, itoriu Was Sinl
ih n mnl t ten- l'i rsonal Items
nnil MUirthim mis ews.
ralrolmati Hihr.ulcr ilelPelnl two men
breaklliK Into James Contlor's blai ksutlth
shop, at Itrnailw.iy ami Clieokee, nt r
n'cloik )csli.ilay monilnir. flu) tefuspil
In ileslst ilium his orilei, wlierpiinm Hie
olllier llreil nt the hlKhwnvmeu thric tlmeii
without elTect The shots wtre promptly
retnriiPil, one ball passliiR thuiiiRh Hie otll
cct'n coal sleeve. Pursuit was kIvcii, but
the men illsnipcarpil. I'poii Investlnatlon
It was b-arneil they lint! broken lulu the
Ktocer) house nt Seventh ami Cherokie
streets ami hail bort-il two holes In Un
safe, 1 nun lark of tools thev 1II1I not
iiunpletp the Job. The supposition is that
thev went to the shop fm 1 1 lilsel niul
'It-Ill niul were only thvvnrtnl In their tin
ileitnkltiK bv the olllcei,
IIuiI.it Mill Him,
At the called mot-tliiR of the IiPinoi tats,
held at Hip National hotel, Sittndiv, to
canvass the niivomlty question, M 1,
Hnckei went back on former pledcos
not to make lho nice lie said If
ho could Ret the tiiimlinitlou without u
contest or expense ho would in ike the
rice. It Is 11 fntcttnne conclusion timt jp.
will cnirv lho primaries In-nlKlit. Thoe
closest to him sa) they will use nil honor
able me ins to hnvo him keen out of the
riH'o and nvoltl his certain clefeat at the
Is It Hit- I lrl sit p'.'
Mnnv are of the opinion that the recent
order Issued by Colonel Hawkins, iIpsIr-
nntliiR Lieutenant It, Ci. Hill to make a
careful sutvev an. I pst.ilillsh Hip lioutnliirles
01 urn inintarv tesci vation niul lho
Rroiinds now occupied b) the mllllniv
prison and ntlleets' iii irters, moans that
mis is me III si stop toward the tl .luster
of the prison lo the civil iiiithorltles
.Many citizens of I.envcmvoith have nl
readv secured linloiseiuonls foi dllTciint
positions under the new regime It will
require ibout sixty ollletrs and men to
man the pilou when full) tst ibllshcd.
A t liuiiRit of Mtnllitr.
Tho promised full of temperature ar
rived on time vesteribi) The sun rose
clear mnl beautiful nntl the d iv a model
one until 1 p m , whin tho wind bopnn
to chaiiRe, lo the north and grow Riitiluiitlv
colder until a chaiiRO of 3'. .Icr was
leached A snow stoim set In about I
o'cloik and continued uulle lite The
stieots were abauiloneil Ii) ovirvono ex
cept those lompelled to bo out The
chutiKe was swift and eevoio and kecnl)
felt bv nil
Coroner Mcflllt will bold 1111 inquest to
div at i p in In Justice Cat lie) s court to
iuqulro Into the t uise of Putilck Cllnn's
tleatb Thero me many minora nlluut as
to tin- utTalr. Tho olllceis are toiilldeut
the) luive their man spottid Sheriff Itoth
enbtrRei his u special foite on tho case,
1 .ill is confident ho will bo able to do much
valuable work ill connection with the clt)
'lho .Vllssouil tlvcr at this point Is rlslnc
iiv mil nver nii'ii proiin t an unusual
this spiliiR Tlio lu Ids" peoplo arc
anxious to have the rovoruinent con
tlntie Its roitillcntlons here against fiu
thei 1 111 loicbments upon the 1 istcrti shoio
bv tho si 1 en 111
Mrs August Lalltsch 1 ontnuies to Im
prove lliutel claims his nbllliv to ptovo
ills iuuocenee. and ulso to luiplli uti others
in the 1 itse
Cvrus Townsend bus gone to Texas In the
Intoiist of his company.
Supeilnundont King, of Hit Y M C A .
deliveied bis first lectin e .vestonlav to the
men tut nibers of tho ussot iatlon on "Poi
sonal Puiltv The attend uu e was largo,
and the address received Its meiitod at
tention The "Two Old Cronies" was Hie attrac
tion ut Claw fold's last nlRht Tho same
comp.inv holds the hourils toi to-night.
Till) olllceis of the Old L lilies' Rest will
hold 1111 annual mtetlng nt the rest to
tnoriovv i:-Doptit) t'nlteil Stntts .Miushal lames
Ornv leaves for Washington, 1) c, to-da.v,
vvhcio be goes to la) bis giiovunct, hefoie
Olevcl'inil, who, he thinks, will lntcuede
in ids behalf
Thomns H Htnv was present at tlio
homo Kcelev nut ting )estirdnv lie Is
alvvnvs a welcome vlsltoi at the It igue
Rev J'.w condiu tod the seivics ut tlio
Old Ladles' Rest v.stenluy nftrinnon
Captain James T)Ui of the home, sang
at tho ITtst Push) let l.iu ihiiich si rv lees
Tho Loavonvvoith Club will hold Its an
nual election 01 olllteis mis 1 veiling
The polltt 1hi.ii 1 will hold nil adjourned
Tho snowfall of )t fcleitluv caused tho
electric cms much tiouble A fotce of nieif
was out sweeping tho track, but the high
wind ktpt tho Kioovos illlc-tl, making ttavtl
The police inn In three suspicious eh.it-
netern yosteidn) Thev woio locketl up to
HAW 1 1IOUM
s solltar) a.
Colli Ho Was
The little town of S ileiu, In Massachu
setts, Is memorable chloil) in cause of the
pitiful witchcraft trials held then- JuO )oius
ago One of the juilc.es most active In the
task of convicting the poor creatines then
ittcused of evil iiinetlKs -was John ila-
thotne In Salem theio lived, llrst mid last,
six generations, of this family (spelling Its
name sometimes llathorne n net sometimes
Hawthorne); and lu Salem Judge II 1
tbotii.'s gt.indson's grundsou wus bom In
1S0I, on the Itli or lul) i lining lilrlliilii)
for an nutlinr so inteustly Amtiitau us
Nathnnlel llawtboine Four ytats aftei
the bo)'s hit th his fathei, u sou inptiiln,
llcil at Siiilnuin. mid his inolhei nevei u
coveietl troni the blow of hei liusbniid's
dentil, withdrawing herself wholly from
society a nd living I01 foil) .vents Hie life
of a lecluse, oven to the- extent of taking
her meals apart fiom hoi children
When Nathaniel llawthoino wns S 01 'i
)eats old his motlit r took up her resldeuo
on the banks of Sehugo lake. In Maine,
whero tho familv uwiKd a hit go ttact of
laud Here tho ho) ran wild, llshlug und
swimming, shooting .tint skating and, on
ihe rnluy d.i)s, undlng This life in tho
woods Increased tho liking for solitude
which he Inherited fiom his mother, mil
which, In nfter )euis, ho wiih never wholly
iiIiIh to overcome In tlmo ho went hnek to
Silem to piepiro for college. In 1SJ1, llng
tlion 17. ho entcreii iiovviioin, having Long
fellow for a classmate, niul making a cltiso
friend of I'ranklhi Pierce, wlio wus In Hie
class before him.
Ilu was gi.iduated lu !S2o and he then
went back to Salem The lainlly was fali
ly well.to-da, and It was not needful for
Nathaniel to hurry In choosing a ptofes.
slon lie had ahead)' decided that ho
wished to ho mi uuthni, hut utithntshlp of.
leied little ehnnce of a livelihood. There
was not thou 11 single prosperous inagailnn
In tho United States Yet the "Sketch
Hook" mid tho "Sn)," pioneers of Ameil
Icin literature, hail been published not live
ears befoio; und the success of Irving nud
Cooper, and the prompt appieolutlou with
which their fatly writings were leoelved
both In America nud llnglund. wus encour
aging to other authors. So the )eir after
he left college. Hawthorno wtoto a tulu
and published it at his own expense; but
It tuiitlo 110 impression 011 tho publlu mid
verv few eoples were sold,
Tho tale appeared without Hh nuthoi's
mime, and its fulluio seems to have In.
flensed Hiiwlhoine's luvo of stilltudf, l'or
leu )t.irs and mole ho liveil lu his mother's
house ulinost as uloiie as If he weie a hei.
111 1 1 lu u ciw I'm inonihs togother he
scatcely met all) one outsltle of his oxvu
fnmll), seltlom going put save nt twilight,
or to tako the neaitst way to thu desolate
seashore, Ouco a )eur or thereabouts (so
ho told n 1 1 loud 11 long whllo after), he
used to make nil excursion of a few weeks,
' in willed I eiijuved as much of life us uttu
er people do In a whole ) ear's round " I'll
natural us this existence vvas lliiwthouifl
kept his health and seldom lost his cheer.
illness, lie c-' iie.ieoo, aim ne wiote
unceasingly, 'Huso were his 'prentice
)eam or authorship, and In them he be.
came n niastei of the ttnft of writing
St. Nicholas for March.
Stub Puds of 'though!,
lloonomy ma) be a. unwise as extrava
gance A man uu) win a woman on "moon
shine." but he can't maintain hei on It
Truth Is mighty and will prevail unless
superior inducement aro offeted the other
Hecause a woman trujt a msn Is no
sUn that he should be Rusted
No pioniise i as leitulu ns the thing
Time Is but a fpikle on the faee of
elewilt) , ,
A man ntevr learns how to step on the
tack of adversity with tomfoit lo himself
Sonic people are not satlstlert tli the
hoi 11 of Plenty, but Ihey want the hide,
hoofs and lall-n Ho
Cupid Isn't an) moie like the pictures we
fee of 111 111. tllUll COUflthlp Is like msrrlatre.
csDetrolU-rea PjUj -
. s 1
Afll.ll IJI llfltl.V.
V tlriliiilinr's N,rillnR I vpotlsnto
miito in tin. south.
"Slionking of inm-luitl JokeK," until it
ilnttntnt-r U. u willu fr the Louisville.
totnler-Jtiiiinnl tlio ntlier nlijltl, "t wns
tlio vlcllln of one ot the m,isl pinlint
r.-tssing I have hfiitil of for n Ioiir tlmr.
II wits iliiiniej mi HisI Hip Soiilli, ami,
tint lioliiir fittulllnr vvltlt lho people In
tills pint of the ctiiliilty, I tholinli 1 Itntl
filillitl it really soclnlile plu'e, when throe
.votlllK 'sv oils' nr tho ,iU, 1 vvlllt whom I
Iniil liei-11 lulklng Hit- evening before
ttsketl me In ,i vvlllt thctii lo 11 iluiit-c
Hint wns lo lie given ut n feiimlo Kc'inl.
lint) it fm mill's fnini (his rltv I Iniil
lieen uwii) ftom home f,,i- sumo time,
niul lint Imvlnir h.ul lho iilt.isui,. 0r lie
Ink' In Hie eiiinpuii) of voting htilli-rt I
MllH flllllv lr.llirlilr.il ,11 II... I, In,. ...
Hpeiitlliiir n iilensiiiit oVpiiiiir. I Inld
them tint t I would lie litensetl tu ,tu, niul,
lifter Inn 1 led piepiiuitluii, vve niurt.il
rhe ) tiling men laughed ut the Itlni of
niv lusltig nii.vtlilng ttnvtiiit thu e-.tt.
tinge hire, mnl fcR that I 1ml never
been In tin- I'fliupiui) ur n uinie ltospll
able set nf men
"When wo uiilvcil nt Ilu- place the
dunce hut! iilloitilv liogtin. Wo left the
mi lingo In onto ur u negro mini mid 1 it
tctoil tho bull loom, tjf (tiitiso, I felt
vciv stittiige nt Hint ninolig so mum
sliungois, but my ottnip minus Mecmoil to
feel titillo nt luiine. niul insisted Unit 1
should meet Homo or the .vuiltig women
nt oiu-e lino nf the )oiiiig men took nu
by tho urin und led me ueross lho tnoni
to wheio there Hit u young woman who
wns liitlu-i pielt) und lunl an extremely
110.1t uipcaiuiie-o Aftet rcceiv lug nil ln
tioiliictlnti to hot 1 snt ihivvit niul ntnttc-il
11 I'olivets.iHun Soon she wus talking ut
1111 ustoiilsliliigl) mplil into. I became
Hither Inteiesluil In Ihe girl, hut was
voiv much stnptlsoil to Iu.it i Hint slit
wiih thu twentieth tlitiighu r orn vvenllhv
filmier. At last (the begun tu talk nntl
laugh so lotidlv Hint I begun lo foil 11
little oinbut 1 ussotl, n,ti nskeil her If Hlie
illil not vviint to dunce Sim wns on hei
foot In ntt Instant, niul we lunl diitit-etl
11 few steps when she middinly yelled
out nt thu lop nf hit volte 'Don'll
Diiii'I' Ob, don't hold tne ho tight. I 11111
full of d.v iiamlte ' And she uttered n
veil iniil made the cobl chllU lllll up
und down uiv back
"1 tinned lu-r loose in mi Instant, unit
stood Hltnplv Inn 1 Illeil 1 fell like svvcut
Ing when the ntlier people in lho loom
only laugliitl and went on duncliip;. f
did lint know what to do I know I hud
done nothing I Hlinulil nut htivo done,
liltentlnuiillv at lens), Inn 1 stutteil up
to hei with 1111 upologv, vv ht-11 one nt niv
coiupaiiltiiiH c.iiiie up vvltli n )0iing
worn in on his aim Ho gnvo me an In
ttotluctlon In hei nntl linked me if I
would not il.inte the next set with lu-r
I did not ret 1 like- dancing 11 bit. but
then- wus no wnv of getting out of II.
mi I told him I would While we were
silting down wiiltitiK for tin next dunce
lio tnltl 1110 clio hud lm-n miuiletl four
teen times and had 1 O111I children nt
home I thought she was Just living to
Joko me, mnl asked hot vvhcio she lived
She said she lived III heaven I knew
souii thing wis vvinug will! Iki, ami 1
inatle up niv mind tight theio that I
would not ilnnco with her. I asked hei
to excuse me fm u moment, and with
out uniting foi n topi) lushed nciuss
tlio loom towunl the tlom t tlttjiight to
niv soli Unit If 1 once got on the outside
1 would novel intend niiuther 'swell
tlnnce' lu Keututkv
"I lunl got within .1 few feet of the
dooi when an old wnninn 11111 up and
tluevv her aims aioiind niv nek She
veiled nut that I was hei lost son, who
inn uwnv fiom luiine 100 veiirs ngo,
when I wns a nn re child. I tiled to
tent in) self nwav finni the woman, niul
she f.ilnliil ul uiv fiet I made 11 tint
foi tlio dnni and when I ttiicheil the
thoisliohl I looked hack and saw sovoinl
poisons emtving hei olT the Hoot I was
dned I expected to, lie anestnl eveiv
iiiunip.it I iw a mail outside mid asked
him if thou- was not .1 tinln leu in,;
Unit pluct sunn Ho said theio wolilil he
one 'olng tn Louisville In about an hour
nntl I ctincludt'tl to wait iiinund the little
station until it was icatlv to leuvt I do
not teiiieinbei in luivt ever lieaid a
1111110 wolconie sound than the whistle
of that ttuln, afttt spending 11 11 hour In
silent inlsei). I le.ichetl 111) holt I In
this city shortlv uftoi midnight., but
could not nit op I lunl teiimd 011' the
ti.iiu that I had been to nn liisune ns).
I11111 bill, and I was as mad as n hoi net.
Tito next tiioinlng the voting men cuuo
mound to tho hotel mid apnloglred, 11 ml
now thev nte Ihe lust tl lends 1 hive In
this ell) "
IN 1 II
tlm l.rt 1I1 -1 li
tpssiirp I b it
VI1111 111 st mil .'
c.issioi s Magazine for Maith Mest.is
Soo) smith .v. Co, of New Voik, the well
kuovvu lontratting eiigineei.s, who, for
yeate, liave mule a spoil ill) of illtlleiilt
loundiitlons and tiinntllug lcqtiltiiig tin
use of totnprts.el nil, tell us that the
lull .ihllll) of pioperl) iquippct und ptop
erl) htli.ived nun, uiult 1 the most f.i
viit.iblc tuudltlons, to lesist i.ilsou dls
0 ise. his novel loon listed The highest
wi.-kin., inosstitos recordtd hive been
oli.se to .'.a pounds pt r squaio Inih. but
with ixtieino tare In the selet Hon of
inc-ii mil t otiospondlng 0,110 on tin- part
of the men. It is vety piobablo that ibis
limit mi) bo consldei.ililv extoodid P01
tlio iivoiago ptessiiie-man uiult 1 uvei
110 lOiulltlons tin Inn limit mil be
piaecd at about I". pounds, the Hun of
woiklng vai)lng tioin fulli to six hours
l 1 shift, .11 cm ding to ooudltlous in Hit
eases win re higher pressuus might bo
us ,1 1)11, shifts ot men should bo re.
Httleiod to two, 01 two houis taib, sep
al, itod by a considerable Inteival. As ,111
example of heav) presstite woik umii 1 fa
vorable innditlous as to ventll itlon. with
out nn bad iltetts 011 tile men, Messts
hoo) smith .X. Co had an expt'ibntu with
a woik on which men weie engaged lu
six-hour shlUs, separated Into two pails
hy half-hour inteivnis foi lunch This
work was excavation In open, si amy roi k,
canled 011 for several wteks undci about
l'i pounds pressure
Tho clnrneter of the material throiuh
w hlcli the caisson Is being sunk, or upon
which It tiny be resting at nnv time
hears quite lirgtl) upon the ablllt) of
tho nun to suiuti 1110 piessnro uecoasar)
to hold back the water nt tli.it point. If
the matoilal bo st) porous as lo admit
a cnuslilcrahlo loakngo ot uir through It,
theio villi natural!) icsult u coiiIIiiuoiih
change of nlr in tho woiklng clum
ber, and a cot responding icllef of
the men from tlm deleterious eifet Is
which n 1 produced iie-.uly uhwijs liy
ovt-r-tisetl .1 ir. in otliot wotils, a s)s.
tern ot ventilation Is hi pi up bv Ilia hoioiih
mnterlnl On tlie otliei hand, if Hie culssou
is passing through an Impervious Mil.
stance, such as touch e ty, ventilation Is
mucli ohsttucted and the consequent bud
etftcts 011 the men tire vuiy noticeable
As it is usuall) necessnt) to tarry the
highest nressiuo when tlm caisson 1ms
letched Us liuul position, and while the
air chamber Is being tilled Willi coucreto
niul scaled up. the vvoist it-suits usunlly
result at iliest. limes thus, vriy often nt
tlmo when llm pressuie is grtatest, the
vt nidation Is the worst As an example,
experience! Ins shown that, in one known
lustaiue, ut least, during rack eve nation
at gieit dt'iillis the leakage of air thiuiish
thu seiiun and tievlcc-s of tlio r,lv per
mitteilof tin men standing vet) hlgli pies,
sines The plDSlcal condition of the tiieu
Is a very liupoit.int factor In tho vvlinl.i
matttr Mm who uro thoiouehl) sound
oiganluill) and vvho are not fleshy can
outline much higher piessurn than men
who havo nut these phvslcil conditions.
Moieovfl tl" digree tu which piessurn
men ohseivu livgleulo rules, pieseive reg
ul.lrlty of conduct und abstain from ills,
klpatlon alfects largely their eapiclty to
euduie the elfecls pf compresseil air The
extent also, to. which pressure men ail,
here to tho lilies for entering picssure,
foi conduct while at woik, for exit lo tin.
oidlnaiy atmosphere and for bohavloi m.
mediately attei coming nut, Iniiueuees
their physical sensitiveness 0 these cf,
I'rifers the ITui far,
IlutYalo Times Ileuid In the street "ie
)0U going to take this cat"
No sll "
Iiecause It's the last one "
"W'hY, man. sou must be craty, that Ii
just the uason why you should taku it "
h. my dear sir, iou don't understand
me J went 011 tho lust cai several times
icvntly and mj batter half klclA'd foi
s. vrral days. i' I am In favoi ot p.-uio
ut home, and In older to get It 1 pioposc
in iIcm th first Instead of tli, l.iMt ,.,t
A man ought 10 do tlio.o things which will
jileaso his wife. It Is u, case or the last
Prompt relief lu. tick hetdaclit, (ltzztniii
auici.cou.tlpatlou.pala t- side, wuat.a.
tvA tpyt-?. ii.ic-; Caru-'a Ltlnl . Llrer yilli.
Ills PA It I. M Its
A PLUCKY WOMAN'S RANCH.
ITS tlHMlll IMIAt'MIII IH Mlllll,.
ritllMI t) Its r Ml, I s,
fouriiEP mnl Itiinl Work Uon-Mlille In
pv lurk sin. ,ii,,,t, Vlirrhiinl so,
. lilt is Aboul the llto!..
rnph) of tulHoriili,
Mi llllse 1'. Iltickliigliuiii lives in ilu
Vuen vnllev, whole lie her i'i'0 mid mitt
iiereij Once, when 11 guest nt 11 leu In
MiiHhIllgtotl.siR' ovellieultl Ihe clilt-tluH
of two gltln In (hell teens
"Hint's Mis. Miu-kliiKliain, of Cnllfur
11I11, slid one, "and thev s(,y she plows
more Joint than unv vvumuti in tin
The ntlier girl fiitertillv tirve)etl Mis
Huckltiglmiti'H hiiiuNonie iiistlitig gown
herore phe lepllod. "She doesn't look l(,
tn fun, Mis flncklnghnm does not
Plow her ncies heiseir, navs the Sun
1 1 11 nelson Cliionl.'o, bin fot nine vears
she wns Ilu- nvetseir or her own ranch,
nevei having eminctl a mm lu that
capiiellv. Tin- In-t two veins her con
hits hianigcil hot fruit InteiOKtw. lint the
tltil v or ovoisoeiiiir niniDst Huumttid
lie-les Is no Hue lutlj's las. In . i,,ts)
jenson R means tlslng m davhieuK, und
ror miiiiv yents the un nevei louketl In
iliilslUvelv In Vue.i v.illev that he did
not ee Mis, HtiekliiHhmn's horse mid
pliaeloll standing nt 1,01 tloot re.ulv to
Hike hot out mining the trees mid ki.i in
lleldH On hoi unieti Mis Itiickliigluim
otnplovs riotn ten to elglitv people, vmy
ng with tlie seiison, mul she Alwuvs
knows hot.. f timt they me working
full tlmo mul doing their tusks thor
oughly Some of those who come to
pail; fi nit hnvo winked fot this hunted
vvommi ttiaiiv consecutive ve.ns The)
bring tents, enuip utiiler Ihe tteos, nnd
enjo) life while thev sta) I'siullv
theio s quite n little colon) of these
tents. Hip campers woiklng hard all da)
nnil having 11 joll.v time nt night, light
lug their tents and singing mul duneliig
Last .veal tin 10 weie two women stu
dents tlioie fiom lho t'nlvoisltv of t'.il-
irninl.i They lived in a lent like the
others who out tip,- pouches and upil
eols lttlo dripping halves for tlt)lng, niul
no-) win icon inn time without plivlng
for Ihoio nte onl) 11 llxetl inimhet or
placi s at the ttavH and Ihete can be tut
Idlers l'or live veils women students
from the sin te noun il st bool have woik
oil then- us ciitteis
Tin iiitilng bouse s under four trees
In the open till, mul it Isvetv mei 1 v und
blisv out thole lu Hie season Two of
those tteos ure walnuts and two tigs
and the latter me- said In lie the largest
llg lues in the Hinte This claim iua
not be true, but one of them measures
eleven feet ten Indies In oliciiint'eteiioe
tlueo feet fiom the ground At unv
rale, thev w big enough to make a
gcneious patch of shade, antl tho place
Is tlioinnghlv elountil up evoiy night,
keeping It dean und sweet
It wus 1 loven .mm is ngo Hut Mis
Hiickliiglintu 11 widow with one son
putohu.sfil tin- Ligttlnltu lnnchn of luu
ncies. She bought it of Jose Dlmetrl
I'en.i, who Inherited It fiom his futltei
who owned It Ii) Spinisli grant She
thought that she would sell R nt 1111 ml-
11 nte, lint latet cnucludc-tl tn pi im It lo
rmlt tteos mil uitiht. ,1 indue lot hei
Pour veils latci she bought a ttaot
of 1,000 at ies lienor Y11c.1v llle. and put
Into It the $10,000 tlutt letnained nftei
bluing hei tit t inch To pav Im tlio
lest she contracted 11 debt Hint would
have in ule mnnv a man tremble The
deal tin noil out well The pioperlv was
ptiiohusfil from nn old Seventh Dav Ail-
vintlst, who thought It wns his iutv to
preach tho.end of the vvmhl lie totinil
out, however that theio w.w some onoi
In tho calculations and that tlio (lunl
Hiiiash-tip would be dehivod several
ve.ns At that lie reputoh.iseil n few
ucits or hei ow n hind
Mis Rueklnghnni h.nl the coin ige- of
the novice Shi' did not hesitate about
the debt until nil was ovel mul the title
c hinged hands Tlnn she suddenly lost
he.nt. shut herself In her loom .mil
pi i) ul the 1 ti niiil convontliinal feminine.
The ildit ami tlio Iittticst uppallotl lit 1
Hit 1 (.fused to be 1 mutinied and thou
Hiiddeulv ios,ivii1 to woik hei vvuv out
of a bad liuigaln l.vet) thing cloaieil
aw.i) be.iutlttllly beroio hot In st v on
veins she has sold halt the land, the
tlebt Is all gone, putting thu seal nt suc
cess on hei lliiniiclnl Judgment, and she
hns about hi 1 11 delightful colonv uf
) oung entliiislastlo fruit i.ilseis Thev
are nil voiiiig men und women, niostl.v
tiom Hiigiami anil 1 1 01 In nil One New
Yolk city gill owns foitv-tvvn at les nf
lit! own, pinned lo Hoes, nntl nuiuagos
elglitv ncies lu addition fm lel.itlvts us
well as .111) man lu the count!) could
The vlehl eie-h voir does lionot to hoi
man.igomt ut mnl Judgment Of collide.
It varies gie.itlv, but tin 10 Is one thing
that Is asstiied llien Is nlwii)s s.nno
pmllt eveiv veiir .Mis Huckinghum
inntlo iiitiue) even lust .vtut Had the
stlikc come emlloi II would have done
hot gte.it tliuiiugr, but as it climicoil hoi
emlv ft lilt was nil shipped holme the
tiouble lu g.tn. Ill ivil Mis. Hiu klng
hnui iiiniki'teil i'.oo tons of fnill
Mis liuckliiglumi piepuios llitle an
nual tables fiom hei letortl books, and
slu knows that In 1S1J nine uoies pto
iliiceil 1 little nvt 1 ivventv-slx tons nf
ill x' pi lines, whit ll she sold nt 5 cents u
pound in sacks, ungraded, op the
rioiuid That miulo a gloss lenlpt ot
J.'.Wii) foi those nine lines III IS'll tin)
same flees )ielileil slxtt on ions, which
biought fiij cents a pound, or Sl.'drt
The luigest woiiifin imiolier In the
wm Id attributes her .suei-oss to close
peisouiil siipei vision nt things She has
not iictii.ill) plowed her own land, but
she him alvv.i)s vv.itditd whuov.'i was
plowing It. niul she Knew li her oes
timt It was tlmie well Seldmn did alio
go id Vuenvlllo. Ill her bugg) when theio
was not 11 suck of plowshares l.iullng
about In tlio bottom of tho buggy mi
their way to lie sharpened,
I'oi 0110 half day the owner of nil
these acies lolled a lit Id of liarlo) hei
self. Jt so happc ltd Dint the rollct was
a borrowed 0110 and had lo bo relumed
ut evening One of the horses engaged
In other woik became sick, mid It was
necessnt y to replnee him No one could
do It as well as the driver of the roller,
who was the regular catetnker of the
stock Tho hoise wnii ted wus out In 11
lllll pasturo nud getting him vvas ,1 mat.
ter of tout or llvo houis The mini
.stnrteil to unhitch his luuses, hut Mrs
Iliuklughain tnltl him to let them stay
She took his pliicn und drove the roller
until Im lotttriied at noon. She s.ivs .she
t'lljo)etl thu novelty, though 1 niiVc'ioil-.
nun sue was 1101 siiiiaiuy iiie-siii ror
she hint worn that 11101 uiiig 11 whllo
muslin morning guwu, with 11 big ie.l
stuiched hut late tilmuuil aiuiuul lho
burdei. The Held she wns lolling;
stieti'lied tiom tht hum to the loiitit)
load, und us she rtppHMehc-.l tho roud,
ir she saw any it urns passing, she found
It convenient t let the homes stop und
rest, lest passtlsb) sholllil gue nt thu
white mid ltd llguie mi the tolloi
Mrs Hiitkiitgltuiu is an anient p.tili.
sail of Noilhein I'allfoinla She Is oer
t it tit that time Is no pi ico In the vvnild
llku Vae-.iv Illi
One day ulin was vviilklng 011 llioad.
vvii), New Yolk when she passed a lluu
fiult stand 'theie vveie beautiful boxes
of diet 1 les on view mid on tho boxes
was pi Inled Yacnville It vvas Una
fruit, exquisite!) pucked, ami Mrs.
Hucklughum was a Utile disappointed
becMiisei n was so mod .She didn't
tlllllh I.USieill ,'lieiliea cuilici OOK SO
tempting, foi at Hist she did nut tviuitct I
Vacavllle with California he went In
and bomriit suliie of the chetrles. nuv
Ine 75 cents a pound for them. She ask
ed the dealer where they came from and
he said "Ixis Allb'Ples "
"Oh, no," said 'Mrs Uucklnghani,
"those me fiom Vacavllle, Go miles north
of Los Angeles, nnd 00 miles nurtli of
The dealer looked scotiiful and told
her that be had been handling these
'cherries for )e.us nnd knew they came
from Los Angeles 1.0s Angeles was
California to him an! he knew nothlns;
About any otner place lu tne state,
Ptlfc J"1 lJi'iWc -ud-Hgli-m1''t,h j
coymADins tiik nnfrrons.
All Am llnppr, (llml, nntl M'cll.
(nrrrtit. to 01 tint ttttntrt )
Tlie llieorloi nf itiyslrlittii tn rcfjinl
to femilrt cnnilil.A tuts stilTer n "Water
loo" very frfqurnth, wlioti sensible and
tlilnklnrf women t.il.c inatlcts Into their
own It mils.
W'oiiion nrn ttometlincR contpellrtl to
net lot Ilii'tnselves, btcatie of (he suffer,
lilt; iliiceil upon them hy liirniupetent
doctors, who are bullied by very sluiplo
loinplillils, liocnlle they aro not tlio
riplii cx lo cninpic'liend them.
J.lillu .'. I'lnUmm, when she gavo to
the ' world her Vcgetalilo Coinpoutnl,
lifted wtimeii from the 1I.1rl.ne3s Into
llfilil. Hie placed within lliclr tench a
guaranty, not only of health, hut of del
li'.icv and self-respect.
'Ihe follow itif letter l a Utile story
whore a "dear llltlo boy" was tlio
"I havo taken Ihree bottles of jour
Vi-Rolnblo Liinipoiiuil, one package ol
fcan.ttlvo Wash, onu box- of I.Ivor Pills;
nud now I have a
dour llttlo li-ilia
four weeks old,
and I am well. I
have to thank you
"I hive spent
SL'OOOO for dnc
tois' bills without.
a cure. For my
kcutn I only spoilt
" I was onc
fin victim of fe
lu their wott.
nles evcrv month:
had Id stay in bed,
and hive poultices
applied, and llu-ti could nut stand tlio
"My plivsleiun tpld me If I liocamo
iiiegiiTnt I would die. I hail bladder
trouble, itclitiitr, Inckaclie, catarrh of
the stomach, hysteria, and heart trouble,
tainting spells and leucorrhaa. Can vou
wondei tint I sins the praises of n ineili
(ine that li.is cured me of all these ills.'"
Mils fiiti V K11tc11s1.il, ool bucdlkcr
Ave , Ilrookljii, M.Y.
name mi that box. is llenrv rtashford,
.Hid his chetry trees mul mine shnkc
hinds ovei 11 tommy lime"
Then she saw un the stand some early
iipi loots, p.itketl in f.uicv baskets. She
lolil the tlralir tn go nut to his lumber
loom and si e if tho nam- on the eight
pound boxes lit which the api loots, wero
shipped was not "slu High Hunch " Ilu
ittiiiiittl mul s.Uil Unit it was, unci then
btcunif siitlsllnl that she know what
she was talking about
Tlie Hist thing Mis I'.ucklnghnm did
was lo hive u stamp iiindc, and un oveiy
box of l'i nil that lias loft hoi ranch
situ e then lias lm-n stamped In red let
it is ' Noithoin California," so Unit them
em lie no mistake
Mrs Huckliigliam is n. tall tino-Ionk.
lug woman, with 11 siiong expressive)
fate, which hints nt hei Scotch jib i'-
tiv Mie Is tlioiotiglilv tile business
woman nud quite' is tlioioughlv tho
wniu. in of the vvorid anil of s. .let).
She gowns lioi-selt lie-nutifiill) and lias a
glut 1 fill and st)lish eaitlugt
Hie live-, when at homo in tho
quaintest of Spanish houses Tin ,111th,
house belongs to tlio Pt na lamll) .iijv
is I.I.", feel toiler I')' eighteen w idi in (ho
brondtst pot Hon Ii is not built uf
inltibe, but of vv 1 that Blew on tho
banks of tlie Keuob, o in Miilne It eanio
mound the II0111 mid wns paid fot 111
Oalllninii hltb s ami tillnvv, r Used by
till! IlitllllBo on tlio voiv hills timt sui
loiiud the lilnoe 1 1 s a liemiliful bouse,
Willi nil the pit tlitcsqiie acessories of
long windows and 11, nidus, anil foims
.111 uppuipi luu- setting fot tlio dim tiling,
capable woman vv ho manages n bigger
faun than mi) othci woman 111 tho
Mmir pt riiint keep Cartel's Llulo f.tvec
Pills tin hand 10 pi cum blltoui attacks, sicK
headache, elltuess, ainttlul lliein jilil wnvi
they net d.
11 1. Ml OP A fl.M.
Hit- Hint. I'rislilcnl ThoiiRlit It Mortli
Iliiiitlug I 01, tho llookkt eper lllibt'i,
Th- president of one of Wall street u
wealthiest banks, llnished illctatlng a pri.
v.ito teltgtam 10 his sieiiographei ami,
tukliik out some change foi Hie message,
tlioiipvd 11 penii) 011 the 1I001
"Johnson," he s ild, 'Just Und that cent
Jolinson setioheil diligently hut the com
lefusetl to be toiintl
' it )OU can't find It, never mind Oet iliat
telegram olf und send Robert here"
Robert, one of the bank's nicisengers,
caiini in. und was told to liud tho cent Hi
got under the desk, and, removing tlio thick
fur rJg made a search after the missing
coin without success,
"Well." exclaimed the president testily,
"set 11 light "
A candle was brought and after a short
attempt the penny vvas discovered, and was
handed to Hie president, who diopped It
Into his pocket without a woi.i. Just then
a customer came In.
"Ah, good mornlnr. .Mr. Jones," said tlm
president "Will I icnew your J50.QW loan
.11 the uitift rite and time ns before'"'
Mb), cerlaliii), sll, certainly. The.
moiie) 1n.111.et, 1 nuclei statin, is easier to
d iv "
The next inotiilng the hen.l bookkeeper of
tlie bank sauuteied J itintll) down to tin)
t ut respondent department look .a cent
Irani his pot Let lotted it on tint mall
1 link's tlefk, ami iuke.1 for a penny stamp,
Tim ei.!n twirled a mury dance on tha
dirk Iheti lolling off. plunged Into tin.
waste paper basket and was lost to view,
Confound it," exclaimed tho bookkeeper,
afiei poking anions the papers a few
times, "I iau"t bother with such a small
thiiij us a penny," Producing another
penny, he Hot his stamp ami walked off.
It may bo add el tii.it the piesldent's sal.
an is well up In tho thousands, and he t
a very wealthy man besides. Tho book,
keeper has a salaiy of t.'.oo. New York
Are unlike all oilier pills. No purclugor
pilu Act specially ou lue liter ami Due. Car.
ttr's Little l.iver Pim
One pill cnlJia
lloioeeeki r' f-'tetirsloiis.
March 5 and April - the
Route." Missouri. Kansas & Texas Half
way. 1.111 sell louna tup tickets to all
to Lake Charles, La . at a rate of one
Lie, m,-. - ........ Hv .....,, uj ,
villi stup-over privileges both golne and
coming within the limit. For all Infor.
malloii call at ticket olllees. No. t,2J Mala
til eel ana iu,t 1 uiuii uveuue.
Soap fonlaily use,
Dru.glits sell it.
R.'tftrit of iillltilttoiis.
A book on Derumtoh
ogy wuh.1 y cakv
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