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KANSAS CITY .TOrHNAli
The Jotirn.ll tompan) -HMnbllshcj KM
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.Mo, as Sc-pond CIim .Mull Mnttpf.
sily mid Sundae, one )enr . ,.
)!! Atiil SunJ t six months .
Da v mill Siindit) tnrpe month"
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THE KANSAS CITY JOUHXAL. FKIDAY. MARCH 20, 1895.
nromint uf them l senrcely credible.
Thp public business i. going on mid it
l being attended t,i in ,, wnv which
shows that HpIIIipi cirp nor labor In
lurking In tlie executive olllce.
, SPP.CIAL MJTICT.
The subscription pllee of Hip Weekly
J"iirnal and AurlcullurlHt hns Iippii reduced
lor the present, from Jl to CO cents a )enr
...." "".'office address In full. Including
ountj an I tatp
in ordering iddrpsses changed clve old
ite'..."" wp" " new
Itpmitlin e. ,mlj bP m(,,fl fidiPr hv
IV ."'"lllpp ordpr, pxpress monn) oMir
or registered letter at our rlk Address
TlltJ JOI'IIN M. COMPANY,
Kiinsis Cit). Jlo.
. post uin
.?r ""benefit of thop sending single
?i. i or 'hr Jimrnil thrntuli the mill wp
a If"1.1" the transient rate of foreign
"!?. 'Joinestlc postage
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fcixtecn and JO piKr. piper. 2j.
t,. T. cm Hpiirmin:iis
i-.r ,,?. ',?nd Simla) Journal delivered,
rr month. Kc, per week, 15c.
win , iti:n:cTi:ti m wpqcini'TS
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i in. ; ,n,,l'rccrn tholr lltprnry rroiluc
JiVf ""''1 rptaln rnpip if .ill coinmiml
ifttlons sent 0 thin olllip for publication.
lll It UOI'ltl OII.
poiiMpI In mi i:n"tirii iilttlitlnry
rlnllnn to lmp (.c.inrp(l hnu to pom-
ftruct nh rlectllp lmtt(r Hint will lie
Pt III. inotllill liv Hip inpii. .nnnit nf ii
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Mtiiiiin olcp. The iollipi t)f iniPh J Tin- people nr not (n ho fooled i plat-
prlpil If. h ninl hj, nil r.urope woiiM
lip rp'1 to como lutclj tu illpr, mid It
mnlprti!lp to n that If the t'tiltt.l
Plntp" xx l It litit hold out it wlil.e Iohki
p mm iiBiiln lmp lilmetiilllm, for
"llpr ni lnt hit u chnncc," mid "Is
makliiK frleniN fnt '
Thl cert of 1 1 Immltiq- l oiiroiirnslnc,
t.ut It u not thp hlml of talk that will
lip tiprpsmj to Kit votes In Hip We(
ami SoiiHi In thp jiPTt national nmtpt
It M.t.HIOM IIIMf M.MM mI:NsVtIO.NS
I Itttjf IOIU.KIN yttAIITI'lti.
ri1vfil!. aniJ 'oeicty
my I.dlior .
v5J.,VnN. Orrif'i:-7l Tribune bulMlnR,
,2TI'IN nf-Tlt'i; H7 Dpiirborti ntroet.
Itoorn 4iv PhU. ti. '
Hornce M I'ord,
"HKSF HflmUG CIRCULATION II KANSAS CITY
yahlnon Munli -S -I'or OkHhomi
find Indian Terrltors Tilr. bilsk ami IUrIi
tomlmpit ultidn, sIlKhtlj roolr.
Tor Jll-Hoiirl frt rloiid, followed
Tj local showers In northern portion, south
toptwlnd sllKhtlj ioopr I'rldaj night
I'or Kui'-as Pair piobiblj follottid h
JlBht shontn In northenKt portion, west
erly wlnd-t .mil KllKhtlj iooIci
Mr. Cle eland could never lme built
tip reputation as a sportfiinn on his rec
ord as .i tan twislei
Frlendlv advlep lo tho HrllNIi Hon
Pans and pondet on the mine claw of
the .Momoe doctilne
Lord Ilo-eber H still unable to find
deep, i:cn the rlnKlnR of the break
fast bell has no somniferous effect on
Kentucky has Rlen the West a nlu
nble lesion In the art of piopnrh recelv
iiiR and entertaining .1 bind of train
Minneapolis was not at all m prised
to learn that th. te unship it I'.ml
was unable to Bet a sitlsfnctoij
i:-.Senator 1'alr was not a Chicago
man, hut he semis to line been much
Impressed with Chicago s boasted motto
-Mr. Joaquin Millet appears to think
that poetic llcens unities ,1 man to
numt: .111 euKii'Kious Democratic pirtv
n tmttetj me llmltUss ntid the triumph
of mind over nutter would h ver.i
nwulj tomplete Itv merelv belnR told
to do lt iltit thp riiillle vnetKi
would lw KLiieintul mid tin woik foi
winch tu- battel v wns constructed
would bp pei formed
suppnsp stieli a batten could be con.
Iiected with (lumr Cleielnnd 11111I that
the people had unl to tnlse their olce
to make hint peifonn the work for
which he was placed In the White
House When he found himself under
the iicceslt of l-suliiff bonds to keep
the Kovenimclil runnliiK, he wouldn't ko
to the Itothschllds, for the little brtt
tir would not woik thnt wnj Tint
still small olce of the people would do
the work mote nctunlly than the In
dlKiuint and loud deinanils thnt ko 1111
fiom all paits of the cmintr, for which
llroiei nllects jucli a sum tine contempt
aim plobnlil feels it
Then think of the lexoltttlon which
would be hi ought nboul In the roiolgii
imllrj of thlh rotintrj If the hntterj
could hn connected with Oreshnm's
spin il column Jim b speiklnR, Amei
lean titli'ena in foreign countries would
be ptotectftl, the stms and stilpes
would not r Hied on quite so nfun and
with stub notoilotis Imptinltj. '1 he
hllRlttcst whisper of the people would
ncrompllh what the IndlRiniU protests
of Amcilcnn citizens now 1 iiiRiilshlnR In
foielRii dungeon and wlnt the Insolent
cannon nf '.pnnlsh captains have failed
to bilnR about
Hut there nn grave reasons for be-UeMni,-
that the Itnontlon of the Kist
ern convict bus been forestalled The
events of the inst two jonts linve led to
thu suspicion that It has bt en onlv nec
eaiy for somcboilv, of course hostile
to this counti, to s,ij the word nnd the
ndmlnlstiutlon acts nutouiatlcallv In
obedience theieto If the Ri-ouuds about
the 'Illte House wele dtlR up thelc
would probiblv he found a wile leading
to Wall stiett and anothci to 'Ihtend
needle street and still otheis leading to
tin vailous com is of Uurope There Is
-oniebodj at the other end of all these
wiles, and all that they hnve 1ml to do
III the past has bten to puss the but
ton The udininistiatlon does the lest.
forms dlsRiiMni; the monopoly of cold
under th ilihblsh of "pmltv," "holiest
dollar" mid like stiblerfiiRe
The question Is silver or no silver A
pnrtv hnneilly pledged to the lestorn.
Hon of the nielul tn the place It held 111
the government fot ovci scvent) .vems
will have no need (o talk about holies!
moiiev or n pirltv between thnt kind of
nnine Hiid ,ui other kind. The trim
mers might 11s well et on the band
wagon nt once so that they ninv play In
linimonv with the music that Is to head
the procession In net j ear's campaign.
To-dsr It Is (nr Thing, In-tnnrrntT
other, ami Kurd Hum Hi I'.n
In cwpHrr tils
I IS I'OI II MAI, II 1 I ( I,
some fuithei move Is soon
Xebiaska boomcis can point out that
the cropn aie inimeiiro when thev hit,
and when the don't the contributions
C'heerfuliuss is a good thing, but nt
Piesoni it Is impossible to throw oir
ones, troubles without also tin owing oft:
one s llannels
Hefoie miking hit proposed Western
tour U would bo well for Governor Mc
Xlnlcv to take a few dajs on. and rc
s( his financial views
i:x-Sinalor Mai tin's case Is undoubt
edly serlou-. but he should not give
himself finitely over tn despair. Look
nt Colon, 1 Hill Spilngei
The in w woman has arrived at At
gentin. Mio pelts hei husband with
ggs nli.n he complains that breakfast
is nut looked to suit htm
suidde of Clara Hathaway in
is a sad one," observes a solmr
r ntemj, i.uj. Mo it is Ileal Jolly su
KiIps 11 quite scarce of late
Th, imrlcnn Industry of munufnet
iuit. 1.. w pc.Iltleal parties has not been
V-eil usi dipiessed The wheels are re
v jiving tuilnuslv at several plants
iJi 1'iikluirsl has ulven up the wheel.
He rpgiids leanilng to ride ttio bicycle
as Hi, mist dlilleult task bo ovnv ,.,.
temji, I 11, i to dnvnlng Tom Piatt.
fi 1 while the postoillces vvlilch arc
Bluing iliimselvos named Trilby will
te al in as sheepish 11s tho jiaicnts
f el wl used to naiiie their vhlldteii
t .1, imitl is taking long strides In the
due u n ,t ehlc.igoliig Itself. t:teveii
squau nubs of tenitorj, cuntdlnlnB 20,
C) pupululun. have-Just been added to
its c Jip..i itt limits
Soiju f tin u.wspnper hend-wrttet
have wmdutul iuiagluailons An nc
coun if 1 he Willi of two set of triplet,
In I'piuiPhbet appiars under the title
"Two ilapp Mothers"
In his utieiupti. to make piolilbltlon
rrohlbli il mnj be fcoipe convolution to
ovinior Mori ill to know that ho U not
alone Queen Hctoii, is uw having
trouble with in 1 joints
l.iwjfi uro iminll greut sticklers
foi precidcnts. but thej are willing for
the om set b the Davis his In ,.ot.
tllug their troubles out of cuutt to be
forgotten us speedily as possible
I'nclo .Sun "Como down off nr ,i...
vioodshed this Instancu, ui Miuiig mf.
flan!" Spain-'tlah' Vim wait till 1 !
uady," i'nclo ,sam-'Oh, well. thn
take jour time 'lhere'n no hunj "
HIlico the III si of .l.inuaii .'S.WO p, n.
elons of U .1 month haw iJtt, ,, M
down, The Cleveland aiiulnlu,itt.in,
friendship t i the old sidiei, ilk,- John
lliown's splin, goes maiihliiR up
Theie is a pru(tj aue(ul ImiumMluu
In Kiiimas that Jen rtluipsou is ouu
Ol the 1 illgressmen who dlspunwl uf
1 I1W1 supply of suds t. th bst advun
luge A statesman who diw his jiost
age stamp allowance? In ash wjs not
iiffij to lie unthtlft In othet dliet
ii pernor Morrill In doubt
a sreat deal hv the ni
omcfseeker. hut the etor
unable 10 transact publK
mine 11 the nilmlnistintloii clthei in
the Alllanca case m in some othci dl
lectlon while the Amcilcnn li.ig is in
ncid of 1111 airing - stoim w ne of dls-
Pl.'istili Is likil to develop In the
Democratic piess liaidlv seiond to anv
meiit distill bance In politic il events A
diplomatic Hit Willi Hngland with a hint
01 two about dogs of war. followed bv
the tiltimph of the Amei lean side of the
conn overs, would be little less than a
godsend to Hie disrupted p.utv Jast at
this time Let the commander-in-chief
of all the w 11 time foiees of the land
ot the fru' and the home of the brave
dispatch the full uv.iilible stnngth of
the White Squadron to Culiiii wntois,
and then accept an apology of 1111 kind
fiom Mndild up would go eveiy Dem
oci itic hat from the Atl intlc to "the Pa
cific It would lake but a little thing to sai
ls! the politicians What the want Is
a dcnionstintlon, mid the evin now be
lieve thai 11 Gieshnm could have hid
his vv.ij, he would have llftnl the whole
aggiegntlon of fin de "lecle political
wondeis out of the slough ot despond
With a single supplemental stiokc of
his pen It the ndmlnlstiutlon would
but do something to dlsliact attention
fiom tho long list of Its falluics, in
cluding evei thing it has undo taken
but duck hunting nnd bond selling,
theio would be some show for the party
In the net general election.
Lint there Is not a sign of lenewed
activity In the state seen tm olllce
Client litltaln has given It out that Its
Nicaragua!! clalin will be ptcssed; the
Venezuelan boundai dlsputi Is nil on
one side and the United .States hot In
it, Madugaseir might as well be on tho
fni sldo of the moon so far as .111 ap
parent attention to John Waller's case
Is concerned, and so it is all nroimd
maHtdl inactivlt, mental, moral and
iii'i.i' nt ii.i) 1 1 1 1 : nosi'ii vi,
1! is to be hoped that the count court
Will see its ttaj ileu to accede to the
request of the cit olliclals that t de
fray ut hast Its shnre ot the cost of 011
laiglng the cit hospital It ceitaliil
seems that the espendltuie of this
inoiify on the pait of the count would
be but bearing Its piopor hIiiiii of tin
public bm den and legal quibbles should
not stand In tho way It it h absolutely
UleKnl to npriropilnto money fm this
puipose, no one will ask that 11 1,0 done.
Hut it Is n, fact that a Inigo piopoitlon
of the people sent to tho city hospital
an those who do not imun stiictlv with
in rhi- responsibilities of the elt The
count cirtnlnly has some ieponslblltty
In lli way of maintaining the nubile
elniilties and It Is no more than tight
that the county should pa pail of thu
eost of this much needed enhiiRoment
of thi pilnclpal ehatltahle Institution of
ih cit nnd cutmty The pusent lios
liital Is a dlsgiaeo to the ilt and his
fut iai been tlttcily Inadequate to the
public need. If the lino of nsldime
weie stiUil dinwu In the admission of
putlents, the claim upon the (oiinty
mlsht not be so clo.11 Hut semes of pU.
tlents who should rlghtl ln can.il for
by tho (ounty uro ndmitUd to tho hos,
pltul eveij eir. The county luivlng no
coims)oudlng Institution mid such an
Institution 11.1t being unlly needed, the
luunl would leitalul not be stretch
luff Its jm isdl Hon lu helping the dtv
Iirovldo fiiellliles foi tbB propi can- of
innniiMi 1 mi Miami,
It is enl(iit.ilniii' if not 1UIU.1II) anuis
Ing to iiulo the iliuits of nuniheis of the
Kustern solilbug lU'Wrtimp, is to B, t ihcin
silv.s ultliln luiu'i of ihe slhn inn,..
Illclll now tll.lt lllrle is siell o . ,4
ioiiuiiiti giuwih of lli sh,. snnl
ment llioiubhoilt tin- Old Woild Take
lh I'hllnlBlphla Pimus ti Insiaiiee
Vol wtw dnnuih the ltejiibUaii jm.
oaU uliKh siui.il in ijrvn I'lrvel md s
wai .iR.iliut ih while metal so biaii-b
has lirtn iiioiv iicioikii.ini) abusive of
sllvei uud U ilatiiis. in season and out
vviiii Hie lust of tin in It has dlseovnrd
( IttTI. III.MIMllill,
The front page cat toon of the ctltrent
Judge Is the uiiklndist cut of nil. Just
at this sweet spilngtlme "enson of the
.vein, when the little birds are begin
ning their annual Iwltteilng nnd the III
tie buds nre beginning to peep once
tnoie when hII unture Is In tune with
the genius of the unlvetse, when the
minds of men me cintered on bettet
things and their henrts me tinned to
ward hlghei prices Judge reminds us
that we must hue two more ears ot
Orover. The suggestion Is pcotillmly Ill
timed As if it vveie not enough that we
have lo put up with His fatness nt all,
we nre ninlevolentl Infoimed that two
more mortal ears must roll awn be
foic Crover steps down nnd out
Hut that Isn't the worst of It We've
got two more ears of all the rest of
them Twe more e'iirs of the mist at
torney for the head of the department
ot Justice Two years of the cuckoo
statesman for postmaster general Two
more ears of the secretin- of Wall
street and "tho syndicate" as the head
of the lln mclal depm tmeiit Din I,-i-mont
Is not quite so bad as some of the
lest, and he Is hurled beneath the
ei inlets of his olllce
Hut the peculiar ci uelt of the pictor
ial lemark of Judge Is that we have
two more eais of Gresham two more
vears of a foreign poliev that has be
come the laughing stock of nineteenth
centur diplomat v, two more ve.ns of
meek submission to the Insults of other
countiies and of arroRint infliction of
insults iiiion the tepre-entatlves of this
countrv's best friends Plcnse don't re
mind us of this again, Judge The coun
tiv thiows itself on the mercy of the
Theie Is no doubt of the soundness of
C Lchind's position that a man given
to drunkenness and other lmmotnl
liablls is not 11 fit person to serve as
legent of a state unlvetslt The onlv
question Is as to whether the charges
picfened igumst Senator Iiogeis aie
ti lie. and tint is to be determined b an
otllcial investigation If found to be
tine, the motive of the pison who
makes them Is of no consequence, the
drunken legem should be stimnnrllv
ousted and his place filled bj a decent
and leputuble cltlen If the charges
nio not sustained, the misrepresented
otllcial has his iiuiedv In a suit for libel
Theie Is no good reason vvh Kanas
(dltois should allow themselves to Ret
eclted ovei the mattei, either In be
half of rtogtis 01 in opposition to him
IMltorlat Correspondent e of the Journal
Wnshlngloii March S3, 1SJ.
It Is very cuiiotis to note tin- eh.1,1,...
of topics In public discussion, and the
tnpld shifting of ti,t. sceiicr.v of popular
Interest, tt U onl.v a week since AIII
nncn was In even hod) 's mouth nnd at
the end of every editorial pen Then It
was CiiKlnml nnd XlcaiiiRliii, nnd next
for three, davs the snub to Ilmnrck by
the relchstng, nnd. this inninlng the at
tempt to ussiisHlnm,. j,i Hume Chang
Heforc the teligiaph and Hip Aanplm.i
l'ies became full developed one nf
these would hive suillced for a sl
months' run, or hnd vltnllty enough to
be a ruling factor In 1 nallonnl election.
Hut the best of them 11s news, me but
"nine day bubbles," as Heni Clay ild
of the Graves-Cllley duel It Is vet un
open question vvhethtr this ubiquitous
knowledge mid information Is mi im
provement on the old time conditions
ft will he lemeinbered that one of the
hlstory-nnklng battles of Amei lean
arms New Orleans wis fought after
peace hnd been agreed tifon. Had the
ocean cable been then working General
Jackson mlRht not have been s0 gicat a
personmitv In our hlstorv. Tho news,
paper now- runs the world If In no other
sense it does so In the Information ot
pi dietary events It furnishes to cabinets
and populations. Action in iRiioranco of
the status of things Is no longer to be
pleaded mining nations.
What effect this Hlsmnrck comnlln.i.
tlon Is to have upon th future of Ger
man politics cannot be foreseen nt this
time, for the peculiar ftct disclosed Is
that while the emperor nnd court circles
nre indignant at the discomtev et
they do not seem tn dme attempt to
make capital out of It for it might force
the lion prince hack Into power It not
in person In polic.v mid tint is not to
tho liking of the gov eminent partv Hut
even emperors caun t nlwnvs control
the currents of popular feeling 01 ca
price The debate on the resolution of
congintulatlon Is n revelation, showing
thnt though tho empire elsts as a po
litical foice, jet the ancient local jeal
ousies are still alive nnd that the le
llglous question which fiom tho time of
J.uthei has been a disturbing political
element In Germinv Is as bitter and
aggiesslve as ever
puts II In the prophetic category l thnt
California was not then known to us as
een desirable, nor wan a railroad even
Projected It was the product of a then
dominant Idea of Americanism for even
the war with Mexico was unheard of
it erll. luiwevcr, nnd mny be the
means of making the Monroo doctrine a
living realllj, ns the tienty Itself was
the ousprlng of the Idea Itself. Give
Great tliltaln Mich a lever nnd It would
oon Involve the domination of the en
tire Isthmus. We can make It do like
I have not rcferied to party Politics
for quite n w Idle, hut the booms for tho
various cnndldntes go on good mtured
v, ns 11 rule, hut with energy tievertlle.
les. The one thing I notice Is Hob tn-
gersolt In the role of 11 prophet, and t
refer to what he snjs because he s7cd
ui) the real cause of ttepubllenn defent
In lsij cle.aicr than anjone else. It will
be lemetiibeied that he said Harrison
owed his def(at to the fact that he
"vetoed a bill before It cot to him."
This meant that the flee coinage bill
that passed the senate resulted In the
"Sherman net" a a compromise because
the president gave out that he was op
posed to It. That fact did defeit him
Vow Colonel Hob savs thnt no matter
who inn be thu nominee he wilt lie
nominated on 11 free silver platform nnd
pledgtd to ennv out the policy. And
this prophecy onlv differs from the other
In not being history as et, but will bi
ll! fourteen more month". It Is just ns
Idle to think of running n candidate on
a gold platform as to run a Populist or
Prohibitionist nn election 011 nny other
than a sliver policy Is political Infatua
tion. I nm not In the cnndldnte liul
ncss, ns 1 never did believe in beginning
nt the wrong end of 1111 Idea. It Is Hip
dtit of sliver men to capture nnd hold
the fort When thnt Is secuie candi
dates will be breaking their necks to
get In line with the power that elects.
To tnlk of candidates is slmpl to waste
ammunition V. H
The Washington Post does Missouri
too much honor In crediting this state
with C If J Taloi and John I, Wallet.
Hoth Ihesf. gentlemen nie Kansas prod
ucts, although It Is believed Kansas
would not object serloiish to some other
commonwealth claiming them The
Post's enoi piobablv grows out of the
fact that thev both lived foi 11 numbei
01 ears in Kansas Cit on tho Kansas
The individual invitations to the G01
d in leceptlon committee will be sent out
this moititng thiough the postolllee
Chalrm in Wilson is nnsious foi the
membeis of the loinmltiec to send in
piomptlv lists ot those, in the cltj mid
out, to whom the miy deslie to have
The pleuio-pneumoiila which was
siid to have hioken out among the cat
tle of Monls nnd Genij counties. Kan
sas, nppcais to have been nothing more
seilous than a case of endemic meii
daclt. Governor .Stone has doni good woik In
standing up for horn st elections In Kan
sas Cit I.et him supplement It now b
calling the legislature together 10 pass
an honest election bill
Theie Is another event little spoken
of ns et, which, too lias come to light
In the past week, tint must exercise an
Important Influence, not only on Ger
main, but upon Hnpllsh poller and in
terests It is the agreement between
Austil.i and Itu-sin and the withdrawal
in the near future cf Austria from the
ttlple nlllnnce. Geimnnv and Italy nre
not able to stand against 11 polle.v thnt
Prance, Austria nnd Husla mij have In
common, while It pi ictlcally Isolates
England In the polie) ot IZuiope I re
feired -ome dajs ago to the discussion
now- going 011 in the Kngllsli migazines
favoring tho wlthdnwal of Great Hilt
ain from the Medlteiianean while Eu
rope Is at peic. The utter Impossi
hllltj of hei defi tiding- Malta, Smjina
ot even JJgj pt against a coalition that
embraces Austin, Pi unto and ltussla
must be nppimnt foi land foices ate
Impossible and Glbialt.u and the Su
cam! nelthei could be defended Hi fine
Hlsiintck Genu inj was Isolated mid is
a nuiopi in power did not exist outside
of I'nissia, and If the spirit that con
ti oiled th- telclntng continues to c
piess itself in the policy of the omplie
with all the otln 1 changes alluded to oe
eurilng with her allies, the same condi
tions m.i be ugain b.foio the present
einpeioi enses to leign The map of
Hurope was elnnged bj Hlsm irek in
time biief campaigns, and It nnv be
changed again with equal celeilt It his
Ideas ,ue to be the sport of factions as
his peisonalltv has been given to tho In
sults of picjudice
A slnl -, trntr-sevrn l,it long.
The people of I'armlngton, N If , believe
that raiinlngton cm bont of having the
greatest "co isti r" 111 New Hngland. Its
piomln, nt qualities are length, strength,
pod nnd beiutv It was bull! bv Its
owner, Hnrvev Peirl, a painter Its object
uiis 10 w m n wiigpr mac ne woum co is;
acres the brldce at the hoslerv mill, which
Is a lmlf mile from the foot of the hill on
The big sled, which Is known as "Uncle
sun," Is spvent) -seven feet long and car
ries seventv adults Mr Pearl nlwnvs
steers and Ins taken big loads down the
hill, running 1 mile a minute without ever
meeting with atl accident He Is a nun of
great strength and steuly nerve He re
ecnilv lifted clear of the ground, a stone
roller which weighed 1 000 pounds
-Mr Pe.nl gave a coa-tlng partv for the
children Krldnv afternoon In honor of the
event the schools iloeed and business was
practical!) suspended nnd Mn'n street,
thorough! Iced from the nqueel .it, was
tluown open for the coaster .Mr Pearl,
hi sides accommodating p!pht-llve on
l'n le Sam, ued his last season's triple
runner lor ine oineui 01 aooiu ion -seven
I'm le Sam wis used etclii'lvel for tho
chil lmn erept on the last trip when,
with .evontv-two passengers, mostly grown
people It broke the town's coasting record
b about 7 0 feet, winning a barrel of ap
ples and an ovster supper for the partv.
A DOZEN STORYETTES,
ttniif, liny, rplRMmmxIlc nm! Othrtrle,
((itiipltpil lr the .trgnnnnt.
The Hue Do Montpettsler. when lie re
slued at the historical rustle of V Inceniies
was Incline,! in liiilnipp in luiiM, pns,i.lt.
tine, which made his rather tmslniqnlnus
father. Louis Philippe, sn of him ' C est
Moiitdepensler 11 fnul que Je ltd troiive
line femme rlchc " The rlll7ii king found
tho rich wife, with tho results that nil the
John tl Wlilttlf-r wns great) loved lv
slrnngers, who not onlv isllesl 011 hint, but
tlirlftllv Itislstpil nn inillltiir nn Hill, tilxi
nil night "Thee hns no Idea," said Ills
slstpr, "how much time (Inenlenf spends
trjlng to loso thesn people III the slrepls
sometimes he mines homo nnd snvs. 'Well,
"dsler. I hnd hnrd work lo lose him, but I
hnve lost him Hut I inn nrver lose a her
The- women nrn mure pertinacious- than the
men, don't thee llnd them so, Marie'"
Onco when Cardinal Manning wns
prprtchlng in Honip, Iip n-ioRnlred John
IlriUflt Itmntlcr his llstelln,- (In (he In.
stnnt lip dptpimlned to luench to htm,
nnd dwelt with ns miirh rone nnd effect
ns ho could on the Plnlnis er Hip Ulpscd
virgin to our vpnerntlon Two m thrpp
ve-iirs Later Iip met hltn mid reminded him
of this int litem, "I remember It perfect
1," said John, "nnd t slull never forget It
I wns delighted with evcrv tiling thnt
morning u gratified smile came on the
cnrdlnils Inee "evreiitlng out sermon '
lllchnrd llilnsl. v" Sheridan, wlillp visit.
Ing, feeling rather wean nnd wishing to
rest, vvnii asked bv 11 fellow guest, whom
he end not inlmltc, It he did not wish to
uecumpnm iter 101 n wnii, niancinc out
ot the. window, Shetlilnn if piled- "It Is
verv iloud Wo slnll li cmight In the
t-!lt,l " nt n,t .. ..,,.1 ,.,! l1. ....
...... j .,.- vuit-i ,v,,iiii, m, 111, v oiiuriiy
tho sun ennui through the clouds. Shall
we go nnw-7' she nsked, Ml has cleared
up" "Why, cs, so I see" said Sheridan.
It bus denied up Piinugh for oiip, but not
enough for two. You go."
Sir John Mncdomlil, the first prime mln
l"tpi of Canada, was fond of relntlng this
stoiv to llhtstrile the need of nil upper
''"."C . J f "bit use Is the senate?'
nsked Jorfei-son 11s h, stool before the fire
with n cup ot tea In his hand, pouring the
te 1 into the sain pr ' Vnti Inv,- unsworn!
vour own eiuestlon " replied Washington
VVllIlt do Vnti tnpiin" U liv lit , .... ..n,.
tlmt tea Into the "TOfir"' "To con! It."
Lveu so," sold Washington, ' the sennte
Is the saucer Into which we pour legisla
tion to cool "
pr 111 ick, once the lending minister of
Glasgow, nnd nnnther clergjinnn, having a
holldi In Cumberland, attended n little
Scotch church, mid putponely went late
and cot into n remote conn r of the church
so that then might not be seen b) the
o Delating minister. They learned, to their
ellstnav that thev had been "spotted '
when thev heard the minister n, In the
Interccwory prnjers "Lord have mere
on lln ministering servants who have
fui'i'crii in on us so unepecietiiv, one of
whom will pieach lu the uftomoon and the
"...vi 111 in-evening
Senator Allen caused a little quiet .amuse
ment in the senate repent!, avs thp
Washington l'o-t. Mr Ch miller was talk
ing at an iiniisuallv late hour, Hid ever
boel wns Impatient to close the debute
a,H' ,B0. home. Su.ldenlv Mr Allen nrose
ind motioned apologetlcallv to Mr. Clnnd-whntnJ'i?-"s'-,,,l'U
,ln "''' rem irks to hear
nni . 'No,"nski senator had to sav
Will the senator allow mo to Interrupt
viti,,t0 '"A.1'0. " iJotlan'' asked Senator
"Th?n I nmJ"1'1'1!, ,",'"l,,,Vr- Chandler
I hen I move,' said Mr Mien, 'that the
senate do now adjourn "
!'MM'lts 1 I'MIS VIM'OItl IOSI.1).
It, g, Ills at I.UMll Illtlilp NIDI), nun
Vliliillg tllu lleptl rtiiu 11I1.
Lawnme K is Mari 11 I? (Special ) 'I lie
bond of milvMisity Hgents devoied most
of tlu msslon 10.1l i to th, illstilbutlmi of
the nppropilailoit given the si hool b the
legist nut,, iitnong lln iHff. rent dtput
minis Tin illstilliuilon was inadn nbiitt
as 11 cotntni mli 1 b I'hiuollor Snow and
the amounts klvin e ich departnii nt wne
pioponionaiei) uiiout th,- sauu .is tin
ha.e beni in ihe past 'I here v is Jl'jOfleo
lo In dlsiilbutid tills ear lnte id of $7' -
J") ind thU took mote limn Iheiisunl time
'I he ileiuiuinenl or Ihtgllsh was klvm 1
till! iisUiaul, ami ptovlslun was made foi
tin imsLiiiiiip of lint siudcnts In thi lil-liei
ilussis lu tin mtriitlnti of theme, nf Un
ion n Iissh mid siuiil ir work
'lu-IIIKllt a nunibil nf ill nines lu the
fui lilt wire itiiule ( II V i'ohiiii
was made ai-oi i Hi ptof, s.or of phjsl al
ttiliuiv, ninl 1: i- I'muklln una ueni,ult-.l
!',).,"r","..,"t,' I'difesMii of ilieiubtn .MUs
l.d th Clnk wns 1 It, lid itsslstant llbriulnii
1111 1 nr j 11 iiiii.ii u itiostti stuilelli
umilstant Thedmiie or It w it giauted
Ift.u. u,."".1 ?u , "? ' I'enton lliirlinnn,
Wl lltiiui 1 P1u.l1 Louis Hi rsiiuin 1; lllmo,,
urn! lltib.ri Watt Wi-iu aw 11 Ird tin, ihst.u
uf I'll G I'lofiSSOt c (i lllllllap, nt Hie
ilepirtineiu or HtiKllsh wns given a eai's
Hlisiiite width he will sp.nl 1,1 Lmopt-,
mil I'lOfi-nseir Cull A l'lt.it it. is i,.u.l...i
11 Ifiive-till H iiteinher whhh In will .iidinl
luiijlng musl in vi, nn 1 Vo appro.
a as mail,, In
r.f ,1,.. It,t! l..llA,l . 1...... ... , ..."'..''
... ...v. ............. m. ......,, 111 ItllllSUH t't,
lv;s uud If Hit. school U t.niiiuhed t
will hive 10 ho .1.111,. ,y subs, lliuloitu of
nrlv iti. elilzins 'I he oiienlnit nt 11, n build.
Iiris left loo lilt , funds fi ail) piuvlsluii
In this line- 'Hie buuid adjoin nsd until
.Villi. 111 I nun, l 1. , v. al lut, rente,
Lavvieipt. Kiije Mur-h J iHn- lal ) 'lliu
advlsoi) liHiiull ui the Piatnnil Aid As-
fug "111. p.tVut ",,u" """ "" '"""'
III T Walkei Kuihuk fiij KH. j r;
Kloik, 1.1-avMinvuitli ! A llenull .Vle
I'luisun, L C Mm, iitim, ii, 1
iidsM0ii and LI Ituus Lawii'm,'1 ''
'Hit. iiiiitKll fuvorablv , oust lei. d th iu
ml d .abllit eiilh, uf U n It litJ s of
'lotitfka. and li.nl lu.. ..it.. (J ...'...:'
shirr Ulon III.U foi dalles ll". km ml lo lie
Pllutiiilf wrr ulsu up fui "uimld.ra.liu. but
II11 firi.il lit fliil, l ij . . 1. fa 1
' 111 I '1 .-. Vtl,ril J j f
u bv In trNlon ttll 10 itianuu
I ffl rir Iiuii44 i iJ(
ll,... !.. . I .. . . . r . 11 . . .
'" ",l1" n-ail soiiKthlng inm,, Hun "?.""" '" ' .-,la"," --tPlttl t .Mi W
le le l.ilU in ih. .11... ... ,J I H an. bnelwi, i.iivate .ecrelait ,r J,'.
hs ,,....(d makes , L. '" . .7" . "":. ' S.KfnV .' ,".'. '? KJ". . ir
".iiunltles of vv 01 Id has got, ih, jugh 1 swlfi . ,.- "m?"1 ,h',e ' (fn da when "f? Van
.hat he u .ion since' ,he , ,' Z,' K S'A .Sr'.'S SiiSft, WKS
busmes, on s.lve, ,il U would Jw, bv ,V. K'In,a iVViiinnAl1. "JSU. J' ?&
What the attpnipt to nssi.slnate LI
Hung Chang 11111 hi lug about depends
vtiv lmgel upon the mm himself. Of
eouise Hie- Japineso gtiveinment cannot
be held lespotisible for the net of a fa
natic assissln but If the Chinese com
missioner chooses to make it .1 pietext
for bicakltiR on negotiations he can do
so Hut Orientals me not Occidentals,
and tin masses of the Chinese iinplte
me not so lesponslve to nevvspapet e
oltement as those of our common school
populations It can lie conceived, on
the othei hind how he muld tin 11 the
Incident to great peisnnnl advantage ut
home It must be lemembeied tluu he
Ins at olio time bten elepilved of his
jellnvv Ja-ket and his thieu.ejeil pm
eock feathei, mid It would be a uituial
thing fni an astute pollticlun to tin 11 so
sensational nn event ns assassination
ami maitjidnm to great! stuiigihtn
Ing his populniit mid piestlgeat liome.
Tin- advices aie too nieaget to Inulude
the action of 7,1 Hung Ch.uu himself,
hut .1 leall gieat man and 11 tine diplo
mat would use It to m ike bettet terms
foi his eouutiv than might bo possible
without Hut It Is useless tn speculale
when tei-mniiow m.ij miswei all such
things with the facts themselves Such
oicuiiences lu the hlstoi of diplomacy
me not as tan- us might be eNpecled.
but how i Cliinainmi ninj tnke an nt
tempt nt the kind depends much on how
the uncestois pta he supposed to look
at il Heie in Aineilea wo sqtine nil
elniilits b 11 constiiiuilon of the consti
tution, while lu China the view the dead
nnttsti mil take or bo said to take
Is the like lesott as Is the constitution
with us And until we hear fiom them
wt tan mil wait to foi nt mi ultimate
Apiopos of the pitsent Ceutinl Aniet
tean e-ouiplicailons, an old Heal made.
Intuitu the I'ultnt States and Xiivv
Gran idn has bten llshed up that may
play mi lmpmtniit part In the f 11 ui ti
ll will be lemcmbtiid that Glial Hilt
alu bases all hei claims foi Inuiftfreiio
III Mtuiagui alfulis nil Hie Clavlou-Htllv.t-i
ncalj of moie thui 11 geueia
tioll aan a dead thing, but n good
uimuh sublet fugt for her puiimsrs
This neat) vvltli New lltanula was
mude in !)lu and (an uil) be ac ci.iinu d
l'ritslAL AMI l'lMtTINPNT.
The mtkido of Julian Is very fond of
footbill .ml Is sjld to be capable of kick
ing a re-narkabl good game himself
The set.ntleth annual exhibition of the
itio il Vinlemv of Design, cornet Twen.
tjV-third ttieit antl Tourth nvenue Nei.
nrk will ojien on Motnluv, April 1. and
clo-p on s,iturda. Ma 11
Hi. highest salaried emplove In the Unit
pel fttati s is supposed to be the president of
thi Hqultnblp Life Asur.itii e Soeletv Hen
it II Hide lie leeches annual!) ieinii.)
tohn .MeCnll gets ?75,"O0 as ptelclent of
the New Vork Life.
'1 lie I a ling theatr'cal managers are m ik
Irg ut ingemenls fot 1 bli, tfstlmnnlnl
hem lit to the venerable (' W Couldoek to
b given tit the Mettopolltan op-ri house
e trh lit Mav Mi Couldoek bus been on
the stage lift) eight jears nnd Is about to
Tile Prlnee of W'nles iltlte)itei-a nr.-
luought up to be good housckeepirs nnd
ooks To the Princess Victoria is iiicoided
the proi-d ilistinetlon of in iking the most
.ippetltllg VVelsli t.llitilt In lillklltltl liven
tint fistulous epicure ihi tirlnc . himself
lelgns to jjirtake ot thtse deliutles
With r. ferenee to lh loncrptlnn of the
1 until lebalii ' Dr .1 k) II nnd Mi II) de, '
ltobl I l Loilis StCVetlnOIl Otli .- WIDtO lO Ills
publl.tur as follows It iiu) lntiiest)ou
to knov; tint the main lin nielli o 1 lined
In 1 nightmare Indigestion has Us uses
woI-l up and before I went 10 sleep ug.iln
the stor) w ts tomplete '
Hugh P O Nelll, pilnilpnl of the puhllc
loo! lu "Mulbeit) Hen I ' New lorkcln.
sis that the Hall in and Polish hot, who
impose the t,reatn put of tin school me
pitllots to the blikbuie nnd he Is ven
pi ud of thim 'Hull bittnllcni ,r ,tw
Auiirlcun Guar I Is one nf the I irgi st in the
1 IU consisting of lour . onipanles
IMrv Will, the quondam king of th
dill, s in .,w oik. tin en lei) and goi-uem-mss
of nhox, appal il weie alike Ihe
envv ml desptit of all tin, less notnble
"lohnnlis" tltioiigliout the eountrj, was
,ll li.ii.ed, .uieil Tup-dav moinlng from
Ilie Kielcj Institute at White Plains .V
1 itttr a term of ai weeks duration
'in. of Pope Leo's latest amusements In
li sin,, moments Is tin phono-tnph, a ver)
toinplet, mid ne c mate spu linen of which
wusieientlj s.utlilm He sptttds mill) an
I10111 at the instiument and hits often
Ki itlfl, i a vlsltot bv pausing hltn or hei to
list 11 tu some ponillli al 01 episcopal dls-iout-1
ttslsteied and l.ilthftill) leproliued
" -in 1 in-uiK mat nine.
Ml-;. Ithciic llioiigliton, the finious novel
ist liv. 1 for inaiiv jciiis at iixtonl. Hn
Klunil and sin .les. tlbed the unlveisltv elu
tlcv Hv in hei novel, "llellndii, which
in-it, 1 .1 lonsliletalile se-ns 11I011 iimong the
clotis nnd was m.atlt appietlitnl b 1111
ilei Mailti.tits s,he has mined to HI h
inoini now The eiealui of Nintj" Is
(,nol looking with c Iw.i tut feutuies nnd
fciuj lia.i hii,. talks as brlllliutly as she
wiltes, and Is vet) popular ill soelet)
Divlil IJ HIM s quietly tilling ,a fe,lrt
Hint nfuim pus, ind lieu.ifter, so t.ir as
he tan In will li) to Induce ills tolluweis
to 1 initiate the ne qiiainiunrp or Good Gov
eriiiueut Club lendeis, , u- Those who
have talked with the setiatoi iteetitl) suv
he has no luither use for Tamninn) Hall
Noi has he much mote use foi Willi mi it
Grate Hut like 'lliumns C Piatt, he will
n 11, iiijiiiiuui nm Hrqi 011 1110 rural dls-
li Is ptopliesitil that theie will be a bl
iiijlv.il III golf pi i) Ing in the Pastern cities
ibis season lho-e who nie famlli 11 with
the 1, ma. s.i) that It is more r.isclimiiuir
than .111) olhei spoil In which tin muscles
nie brotighi Inlo Ida), and that u novlen
never ksih until he bitumes sounthliig of
ati adept ut it It Is nl-o slid that several
ph) slel ins who aie foitunale in nunibsiliig
tin lashlijnnbles among ihelr patients havu
lircji rlbcd golf as the best exirele pa.,
slide lor those who ale nervous 01 fm am
reason hive become inn down or diblli
tatid lodge I. Milan Trumbull, of Illinois ui,n u
now In Washington, as one of tho counsel
foi Hugtiie I Jibs nud his nssoclites. In
spltu nf tho bunion of his bj )iari, Is In
Ilia enjp) iiieiit of e-Mfllent hriilih, and uu
1 mlnlsbid nientil actlv t) He U 11 snle-ii.
un looking 01 1 min. till and slendei. uml
bliu.e)ed, with it, fate Hint attracts bv its
serein., nnd dlgnllled tMuers'on and hUIi
nt, lit cut illt) The onl) oilier nun now
living who was a member of the senate of
lln lulled Stales when .linlfce 'liiiinbull
in u I that body, just foil) )tais ubo, Is
Hon li 01 gn V Jones, of Iowa,
Mi Jiirtlec (lianihnni. In liU chu-e to
th- hiand Jiirj at Heiefurd, Unel uul, con.
H uiilitte! thu count) iiiion Us comparative
fli 1! )lil flnm crime, mill wil.l l,u f, ..! ...
(Illetllll lie crd that It ntti.il lla tr.i,-ii.nf, .
ft jih iiualn plDslcal ilhorders to (he fui t
lint 11 wns a, neat e;ldr drinking eouitt).
ui. I In hud (oine to the conclusion thnt as
tluu had 11 vast elTect 011 the phsltul inuu,
su nobably It had an elicit on the moral
mini ninl that thej uivod Ihelr gieut want
ul inn,. 111 ,a laS.i would put It. tu the
fa. 1 that the people hire diauk cldel,"
it1 !,3i''iV"li V'lau.Un.'i . JojKlnir forwaid
h l.nputlilitu to the tluu when he van
b sin lo unjoy his sunnier outing u Giay
liable s, nnd hops. now to In ablo to leave
a"nhintiii1iy i',",e? " one -snslon. nfter
aho,ii''-,ctonVe1.tv"o,.,ro,""0.nr,d & Tft$ ,t
..v... - uiu vt itni"-riiiirit
it2.l "lieel' I'shlnd nnd the hind wheels
1? ,fiPnnt. thus ' ll"n,f the fnre l'irt or the
reaehe 1 " ' u"omcel . mlnctice. When hi
reached home near morning, his wife nat.
, r'nt-hV"''1 to V10w ''-'! 1 e had been
all n ght He explained bv saving in tin
vf.,l"ni sTirted'll1",' iS '-U? -
ne It vas
ten miles, and uphill nil tho wa
TVPl Ige IIElthinin Is ...,l.li ,,.
f'l. and for the public good denounces aAv
fet'S n"b" hteir;fc..y .?-
m .1,1 ......7. ... . . mi. aiiniinie
i,7, , ""1"" nwnzernnd there Is i
M?.ci.MI.or'!Jen,ul "J .People who wis, to see
the sun rle over the Alps A "complaint
book" u kept, in whlth travelers lecer,!
red or fane led grlei antes Itecently this
, "", r?u,Ja t0 matitn the follow lng
M,,,,,.rnnJ.l.lr.r.p A0.11 the attention of
.lie faeTThat ", ," j;;" i," ,n-,re"Ctw,S
A.. i,z..i -" vuir. inuuiii i a, aim that
on both occasions I hue seen notlilii"
whatever but clouds One fallute to keen
Up won his wny Into her soul
With each sweet tenor note,
Thnt slRhcd nnd moved hrr heart of slone,
Aim Heavenward seemed to not,
Hut there were other Mil' notes
I'or "tenners" more profane,
Thnt he, poor chap, has tried on esrth
To float, but nil In vnln.
tint whpii tt came to marriage nh.
She took the soulless thlnr.
Who Isitight a gold inliip for a song.
Although he couldn't slug.
New- York World.
Hxchnnqc' The ) oitng lady of the house
"If Joii'll work for It i 11 give )ott a men!,
but If )otl don't wnnt to work I'll let ou
lime a piece of this pie, nil) how. I made
It in) self "
W nv side Walker (coiirageousl) stud) Ing
tin pie)-'I'll work
"THIbv" luls stnrted tinmen nn a fresh
crusule In the eurp or their feet. It gives
a "blnek pvt" to tight shoes. If the foot
Is lo be benullftil bare, too shoe must be
loose (us Tillbv knew) The one thing that
can keep the feet pel fectlv soft, the skin
all over them, llkP a lutb) s, s oil. Cocoi
oil Is the best for them, and thev should
be rubbed with It every day. The lesillt
adds creitly to comfort us well as to
"ft seems to lie lu the nlr." sa)s the
woman who Ins been Investigating the
initter with a view to spilng renovating,
tint wall papers nre going to inks n .i
elecldedlv deeper tint, tn even- shop I have
bt-en shown piper almost radical In color
ing and to mv Invariable ret oil hnve been
told tilt these wete slowly unking their
wa) into decorallons ugnln. Tlte dealers
snv thnt the- ue of delicate shades has
been abused, thnt thev were Intended for
"ft "''' of furnishings nnd fir cer
tnltt rooms, but thev wet,- soon widely ne-
Snl'i': ","'.' t'),''ti' ro0"1 '" ov"'' house was
subjected to the smile wall treatment. As
ilini" Vi'i'fin, 10, lnMlt"ue reaction hns come.
2 V.L 1,".0llB" "" aro "ot to " ''"k lo th
other extieme, we me to use much richer
and darker colots Hum befoie. As a coni
P, pl7'' to this oollilon. Hint of n wr?ter
In a trade Jonrnnl on the same subject li
i,Usl.!,o,neriohlSri. "" r,In f Vood t?Jte
i -niS, .J?, ' of thp Kolden mean between
tne eccentricities nr unne .,. .... ... .. r,"
1st... of riotous vulgurlty." nn I tho drear v"
'1, ?'W "f"11" tlmltilt). It ts not
?,"y L'w .",ophk l? ""e "trong colors, but
It Is artistic esthetic nnd dellghtfiil-thp
tlflTl. C "" thl"K"' ,Iue. good and bemit
no'tVa.ili?l9eril0rrePU"n ot ,llk ,hlU "
not reacui) sell for i cowu or even for tii
convenient odd wnlst" ui "j nnsvvcr for a
'"f" Tho louder tho color oi ft
ot this garment the uioro stjllsh It mSy
A plctuic of four women peeking through
i'nM""1, ""'-' ,"" the Ciistcllaius- cabin
on the deck nf the- .New Yolk forms the,
appioprl no lllustrntlou In the New
ork Hetnld's account ot the denai tiirs
of the ncwlv mauled couple: " Peer ng
e)es were e veijivhcro on boiud tho steam
el.' . .""m? "!e I',p,er' Vhlol n01"'li appai
""' 'h'" to in ike the Amcrlc u people
-Tlai'tfd Th',feV.tSt IOt f "00,S '"'h'
i.t',V!J?ns, ,hf. 'nf", noted "omen who ride
blcvcles in PiiKlind. lew. If nny, possess a
piettler wheel thnu Lady Dudley. Her
machine Is en inipleil whit. ,.,i n;,i .; ,,Ti
Due and gold, tied with real Ivor- han-
?,S,..1',,llYinmII! ls " lIle habit of tak
ing long rides uimcconipanled.-Xew York
Not lnfrequentl) Ludy Ho land. In her
iisual sort of way. invited more pcoiile
thin the tibli wonll hold i)n one occii-;r0n.h?h.f.,i-,"?!.u'!!!''.
?!.!. arrl lo.f 1
Ilolliml tall. .1 nut "Ltittroll, v 111 oii
tnnK.- room'' i mnu A. . . i. : .-1". . ?i'
;- . it iHii lllillvt II.
IOI IL flOt S IlOf iav U.t vi iu u . i"
Joinder to the' Imperious lad, I ,,
have been the same evenlns tint Liitttell
?!,0Sn.'uie a","lleurj, caused muc , "ur
pise to his friends bv letting the s, P
dishes pass b, 'the l.iet being that he
w is absciibed In eoiitemplatliig a man op.
c'0,"1"' V uns !' telling to .Sidney Siiiltli'E
Jokes without moving a muscle" of hi a lace
Once HossPttl nsked Whlstlci how he
1 ked a sketih he hid mule loi a pic tut"
It h is good points." w is the answer, "go
ahead with It " a hw weeks later 1,J was
i"'L1nt1il,i,."l0"!r. 1,.l.',!1,ri ,"')0lns famous.
). snll Itossettt, "I've otdered a stunning
li line lor It home time lntu .Mi Whistler
siw the eanv.is, frimeel but still vligln of
ln,l.".nhli." 'c .,,,',nl' , "Vou'vt doVe nSthi
"p- to it," said Ml Whlstlei ".No," re-
,.!, , iiu-.nii, nut iv c vvittten a sonnet
on the- Mibject. If jou would earo lo hear
U,, . hen tht lecltntlon was ovei, Mr
W bister said-, 'Itossettl. take out the cin
vus and put the sonnet In the ftame "
V now distinguished Juilst, sa)s an ex
change, migrate 1 to u We.tr) n town,
months of idleness, U, ,10 , rospect or
Impioviment Induced him to seek a new
....,.- , itiimii iiiune, 10 p iv nn fnre. he
bonded a Haiti fui N.islivllle, Intending to
seek emiIo)mint as re poi irr un one of the
,uiJ"i ,!e-"''!,'' "ben tho coiiducioi
ailed loi his ticket h- s.ild "1 am on
the staff of the , of Nishvllle- I
suppose jou vv III pass me' The tonducloi
ook.,1 at him shuipl) "The cdltoi or
that pipei Is lu the smoker, como with me,
If he Identities jou, nil ig,t " jm followed
th eoncluitoi In to thu smoker; tho sitin.
tlon was explained, .Mt IMItoi-said: uh
MI..L,." Khl. "'foie leaving the train the
lnwjet again sought thu rclltot: "Why Jim
)-ou si) jou ieco0-nled mo I'm not on
jour paper" "I'm nut the editor, elthei
I in traveling on his pass, and was scaled
lo dnuh lest )ou should give me awuy"
While Nathaniel Hawthorne was consul
'''.ft'ool .1 oung Yankee walked Into
.... .....v. iniiuuj inn ten nome to seek
ilZ.lov u,"c',,Vlt VJldentl) hid not found It
Homesick, frhndless, neaiD pennlli.. he
wanted u passage ,0,e Th tlerk said
'hat Mr. Hawthorne eould not be seen
nnd Intlmnted that the boy was not an
uge '1 lit- t)j, 8lll(k , ,lls t '
',,.'' ,n' iff.' y,tn,..to ,h! i!!',1" roo" "2d
t iX ,to, Vr Hawthorne; "Here's u boS
who Insists upon seeing )Ott He sa)s lns
on American, but I know he Isn't "Haw
;'.,'.. t"'.'i "'" u '"." loom nnd looked
Little Miss Klckles,
She nte some mixed plikles,
In tliepuitij whcic uobodj spied her.
And the vei) same lln),
It Is painful to sn),
lliey occasioned some anguish Inside her.
A 1 idv writes "Win do 5 oil not -He
woul of ndvlte to people vvl?h ?)Sle"faces
us well as to those with ml noses'' I do
so vvltli plensuie Our ptie-luced girls nnd
jouth are usually del e ite in c hest nnd
mobiblv II lb hv In I h h. ... n.i" ..; .""."
b?.n,'.",th,,te1,M,"""-;1r ,'K1,"' Ul" 'mucous mem.
inane that lines the alt passages from the
iTm',1,"1 ".ou "' lo,t,l),' "tt01 rnmltkatlon of
the lungs, is nlso dillcnte When such ppo.
Pie me exposed to the wind, the no." gets
red and Is watei) 'J his may end In u cold
ii head ot chest nt ihese Js) rnptons. and
nan otheis Indicate iinaemn. or some ln
terleicnce with the blood-making piocess.
( od llvei oil and malt extt let do good. o
does a eouise of blttei tonics, with Iron
now nnd then, but the diet must bo care
ful!) tegulitid. and while the bo.li is pro
tec ted li) night uud d it the pale face eMu
not take too itiiiili open alt moderato exer
cise, noi be too much In the sunshine
,r?f ,tl?.0,"0" ,rl"K vilely of plants for
? ,e "l,l,'Ion ''etpratloii nothing can be
....... ...,. . , inuiiiii- mriei) of Dttlbs
tulips aiiiiirj Ills, hyacinths, Jr!, nuiclistn,
ami the like all of which except iii the
case of some new vnilct), nie not expen-
ithf'i",!1 t,,0 ""'f'5', Uw,-p m"" tolors on
whlih ihe c)., ii,ts lovlngl) Practlcallj
bulbs leqtilte the same sott of treitineiit
as other plants llMit .aid dinlnage, and
n theli case, miith watei When v out
lilllh. lime lh.i...,.i ... .... ..'" ' )""'
., - ....... ..-., tun , K tnem un clrv
them, and mil them In the collar to sleep
Next season the) will atlse lefieslied mil
JK-aln el, light )ott wlih their l'rilht iims
and faint rragiun. e And this 'rule is u,h
of almost all tlowering jilants When the h
season ls ovir, nil them down, and mt
the roots away to iepo,c In the dark
Nether nlnnis nnr .'., . , '" .:'.arK
vuiidjkes, of Duchess lace are new m,,i
are d voted to ii number uf use" Yokei
and collars are fm me,! of thein and n?,
usiiullv made up Jnde pende tly so that
tin) can be vvoin vvlih . ny uuinber of
'."'."ii ' . Occnsloiiallj , how " 1 1 , they in o
is'r sie JJ'iSfUv s". JS.5S. .!'" I .. n !.
' nt. i uiiu v kpsi nr thA
lraVW" J'.'. Plto.; one or
sle.ve Duchesse Vundv ke J .nSfic'f
JXlir.JW' A1 ?". a distinctive
wJuks inojert from ih,. ht n,Tl,..ur
IOIiU I., lH,v..i '.. ,"Vt -- !
- i"s III IIUIll UI1I1 III (V mni.
elt the back lle,ellh "th ", ",,,"" " "' '
V.li'. ".;,,, ".. . "Pl'ies in jour town."
".sklm.Mlik Polsoni, sir," said the lov
with glistening De.', us the o,l fu, hi;
b) .word brought up i,o dear old scenes of
home. "It'ii all ili.lit. sli " said Hiivv.
thorne to the clcik; "give h m a pissugr,"
kii Mioi.ui's at r:usKrr.
c etniiiK 'i vv ..si.i.1 ..,.,. ,i,: i ...... :.-. :.-, " '" "".
., ,,.... u . .,.. .. .u.., i. ,-,"';"'.'."' '."'.! i's,.ui .u) in .jriy
,m, ,.-... -a m (.,,,. ,,i iiiiiuinutic iiopi. u , me iiji pi!! vapuiiuit m the meaiitlmu
t-ty, foi it lunui. most i)ipoi lunel) New L, ,' J0,J"' "un ot his iiIiii,i lo telling
Giuuu.la is now the- United Stales of .i.lV.
Colombia and Ihe tie.it) n question ''l Dinlels' popubir song, the presl-
gual.u.tetS ., the ,...lt uf our govern. JaiiJ,,', was "ihe llih ihafW uw'a) '' tf.'i
ment Hie neiiiiallt) nf the Pailuma I !'"" he EOes uu to tell how he had landed
is remarkable about this UtMy w hlch in;!"1"1' mia ' 'r,cclly Ju'd in war.
sthinus Not only this, but we ,.s ; ,.' useTo K'ft1",Dit"T ff;,u,d7n"i fffJVrfi
iranlee all the tUhU, piOieit) mid ,i Ihe eieel Ills llsh vliorocnjl) spruug
eielgn. winch that govern.... ut mm ,jriVt, v't'LiV',! LnB!:t. ,"'
SPSS Or hllVe tiler tilt. Isthtnns V l.n, I ,Ullt U riiinrl.il ,. hut. L .l'a '.., .,....!.
Snullieri) Kan. is liurlicra Arc Holding u
,-, ,,k iii line e ii),
Garnett, Kas , .March ;s -(Special ) The
spring meeting of the Southern Kansas
Tiu-heiV Aocl&loii openesl in the Grand
uim hou.e In this e) this evening with
the following programme; Invocation ltev
li II. Acheion, .ildress of vvil-omu, Hon'
.Manford Sohoonover; resiwuse, Superb
tendent Llzji Sieven.on, Yate Center'
piOTldent's addrei, Supeilntendnt Nash'
Plk City, lecnure, Hi. i: fetanle) Hall
Iirtslclent Clark university, Woieester
Jlas. The session will continue- until
Saturdj) noon. Several hiiuilred teachers
Hut bprlugs I. .1 nis,t.
New oik, March :s -W. l; Host genu,
al Kastern pas.eiiKei agent of the Missouri
Pacillc rallwaj, has received telegraphic
notice ihii Ihe smallpox scare atftoi
bprlngs. Ark. Is over and that bulnes of
the schools, hotels, theaters- ttc. has as.
sumed Its usual activity, '
weeks owing tu ,le Vo t ' ff I?L '".'.'
fi!d ,"Kf ".?&.',: j$ r W8W"..nacS
S?"!"!" on ilie cairn or oK,A,,"H
ii iicu ier il i.v Ac, e,-.- r.-v ut(
Chesprin.-s are Wi adaT,ean n1'""' '?
The frowsy old feather bed e ,. ,
fancy has so cotnnleir i!lLiJ?". .?' our In-
that It. Is hardly' iMeisSri'".'."' or
iiucK mattresses, one of hoisa irirv,,,i ot
of wool will make is son .i tieVt ,r.ana one
iiee.i iii.i. trt. ... . "'1 a oea us aninn
iwall of a new !,ouL'''eatln,,H,a,sal"
tain to come n,, ...J!' ne damp Is cei.
roorn Is 'driugl t) . iitl.li,0L,. JJ1; , Jhe
me fai more heili,, ihan'Si?.' wl,icl
date curliilns 1hy furm i.Jii i.'i" "t-0l.
Helen "Ami haw- long ill i e, , .
to ac,..t him. dear?" "" 'ake )oii
Ada "Just wo n.onds'''
ad4d windlir"0'! "" ", a
to waltvr. dear t judge! J0U mi UB
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