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Superintendent Greenwood "I was sreat
ly amused by some nnwsers I heard tho
other day. 1 was at the Vcnuer
school, when all of the pupils
ciiv little people. They wete
spelling When 1 arrived, ami I beKan
to, uucMInn them about Hie ineunhiK of tho
Kswoi-ds. The word 'bystander was spelled,
Ubut no one of the. Ill tie fullmvH seemed to
know what tin. wonl meant. One of the
little fellows mill that u person who looked
at a street llchl. tor example, and stands
up whllB he does so, la a bystander. Jle
Fahl further that the man who looks on
nntl sits down while dolmr so, Is a 'slt
stuuder.' This did not sound sntlsfaotoiy
to another little fellow, who told inn that
a person who looks at monkeys In a ciiku
is a bystander. It turned out that the
reader the children use holds a picture of
a monkey's euno and some onlookers. This
boy connected that picture with tho word
l-'rauk Walsh, assistant city counselor "I
was once told a rather laughable story of
nu Incident that took place ln one of our
justices' couits a couple of years no. A
man had been urtestcd and brought Into
court on a cIiiii'ku or assaulting a nelKh
bor, Now, this man's namo was not
Smith, so I will employ It In tiitrratlnir this
story. Kinlth was well acquainted with u
deputy on the constable's force in the Jus.
tlco's court In which ho was arraigned,
and when his case had been sot for trial
mid ho was released on bond, ho called the
deputy constahlo off to unii side and said
he wanted to have, mi understanding with
ltlm. Hy the tlmo .Smith and the deputy
had consumed Ikiro quantities of exhilarat
ing stuff loKether lu a friendly way the
imderstniidlni,' was arrived at. Smith wns
to demand a Jury trial and tho deputy was
to impanel tho jury. This jury was to
consist of very strom; friends of tho dep
uty, so that he lulKlit hnvu somo lulliicnce
with them In the iiioiildliu,' of their opinion
of tho case. Well, tho 1 1 lilt came off, the
Jury was Impaneled, and everythliut was
looking lovely for Smith and tho deputy.
Finally the evldencn was heard, and as
tho jury retired the deputy slipped tho
foreman " card nu which was written,
Tine for tho defendant,' This rather illlt
erato note was Interpreted literally, and
the jury, thlnklm,- H as dolni: tho right
thins by Its friend, the deputy, brought
In a verdict, lu rather unseemly haste,
that read 'We, the Jury, llnd tho defend
ant I0 mid costs,' "
Colonel Gcortro W. Warder "I see Gen
eral Gordon, of OeoiRhi, Is comltiK to Kan
sas City, und I hop ho wilt have u. roval
reception. 1 met General Gordon In Kit.
rope, and 'did' a pait of London, l'arls and
Versailles In his company. It was on thu
Fourth of July, !:. that Mr, Gllllir. tho
great American bunker of Loudon, nave u
splendid reception to A met leans In London
nt the Westminster I'nlueu hotel. General
Gordon was there with Mrs. Gordon unci
ids son, Frank. In our party wero Mi's.
Harriet Marsh, Miss Alleen Mnrsh unit
Miss Tllllu Sheidley, of this city, I wanted
them to meet General Gordon, and asked
him: 'General Gordon, bine you time, to
meet some ladles fiom Kansas City'' Ito
replied piomnlly; 'Time to meet some la
dles' Yes. I have always limn to meet
home ladies, J would have tlmo for that
If I wepi a cavalry chuige."
C. O. Tlchenor, attorney "It s an erro
neous Impression, which seems to prevail
generally, that bard times make business
for lawyers. That Is not tho case. It Is
prosperous limes inui iuiiik who uieui nu- '
L-utlou. We are now ntelty ell cleared
up In Kansas City, and all the old lltlu-
tlou is piuctlcally dlspopd pf. This Is u
uood tlk'n. It is u slKU that they ate get
tine ready to sturt lu over uitalu. and I
expect to see thlnifs open, up here aualu '
shortly. That is the way It was ten years ,
ago. There as a lull before the storm. '
and then come the boom. We don't want
another boom, hut wo do want more busi
ness activity, und It Is coinlni; shortly."
OJUc HucUett, city "i have heeu all overt
tho city for several weeks now, and T be
lieve the city Is not properly reported re
(rardintr the population. The bouses all
over the city fire occupied, and In a very
larse number of cases there are two fami
nes itvniff where formerly but one lived.
It Is my opinion that the census, if taken
now. would show the ereaiest population
ever found In the city. There is another
matter that I noticed. There Is a very
i.irKe amount or mmuint,- Komi,- on an over
the city. There Is not much belntr said
about It anywhere, but In travclinir over
uie cuy j. see mat m an quarters ot me
eltv there are retMlrs nnd tidditions nnd
new buildings to he seen. There Is a far
greater amount ot prosperity in the city
than most people are aware of nnd a trip
over the city will not fall to delight nnd
please any citizen who makes It. It will
be full of delightful surprises and one's
faith In the city Is certain to he strength
ened In the journey. 1 have always felt
an abiding faith In the future of the city
and at no time wns it greater than now."
C. V. Carhart, principal Swltzer scliool
"You know it Is related and It Is set down
111 all tho histories that Daniel Webster's
last wonl! were, 'I still live." These Inst
words have been used to point many mor
als and adorn many tales. He did say
them, but the circumstances under which
he said them are little known to the public.
1 ia told the whole story bv a near friend
of the Webster family. The facts are
these: Webster, as every one is aware,
was a great drinker. Soino hours before
he died his doctor came in, nnd after look
ing at his patient, said that all hope was
gone and that tho end tk but a question
of time, lie then directed the friends of
the dying nran to glvo htm a drink of
brandy, Webster was given a glassful of
brandy. The doctor had left word that the
brandy should lie given at Intervals of
every hour and a half It tho patient showed
any signs of life. An hour and a half after
the first drink Welnter was given the sec
ond swig of brandy. It was about all he
could do to breathe, but he managed to
drink out of the glas. Tim time for the
third drink began to draw near. Webster
seemed at his last gasp, and the members
of tho family and the friends Who were
near nt hand were fairly on tiptoe with ap
prehension. Almost tho instant the time
for tho hrnnih Imd come Webster sudden' e
opened his eyes, looked Intently nt the clck.
which stooa on me maniei, anil men said
onaverlngly and distinctly, 'I still ll-ve."
They gave lilm his glassful and a few min
utes later he died."
Charles Tlrewster, real estate "Our gov
ernment has an Ironclad annex to our
navy which Is capable of navigating the
ocean under water. Tills vessel Is now
comnlete and serviceable. We are told that
surveys and soundings have been made at
llehrlng's ttraits. and it has been found
that the -water there averages much less
than sixty tcei in cieptii, inns mo possi
blllty of the eMnblMiinent of an Inter
national railway exists. Alaska, might
easily be connected with tha Siberian coast.
The temperature of the region Is also fa
orable. If ail this Is true, there lire peo.
pie now living who may perhaps travel
over such a road, riding from one conti
nent to another. These things suggest
thfir science may nethans lie turned to
explorations of the bottom of tho ocean, in
iiiit st of the gold und silver and other
treasure which have gone dawn with ves
sels of many nations, and must fur ex.
ceeil, In the aggregate, ull tho gold und ill.
ver which thu civilized world now pos.
n .1. Ineraham. city attorney of West-
port "I was in a little Georgia town on
legal buslnets not long ago not exactly a
town, nut a way siauon im u. single ui
tlo old two-story hotel. I was sitting on
Dm nortlco of this ancient tavern ruminat
ing over the dreamy old scenes about me,
one morning about 11 o'clock, when I saiv
a younjr man go running up tha dusty road. ,
tie uurteu un iiuu tv ncm unu eccmeu, in
thu distance, to he In pursuit of something.
rexemiv nu came, rnuninc uacit nnu racic-
cd on up the road until nut of sight. I asked
uu old man who was sitting near by to
explain the oung man's actions. He said:
That, suh. (s the proprietor of this tavern.
Ills fatlier had a great, predellction full
chicken pie. He used to nave, chicken pie
every dinner dtiilng the period he ran this
tavern, suh. and that was pigh onto w years.
1 presume thu old man, desiring to keep
up (he reputation of this tavern's cuisine,
suh, made it a provision of his will that
his sou's heritage to this tavern should de
pend upon his maintaining that dish uimju
the bill of fate. As a consequence chick
ens have urown sca'se In this locality,
suh, an' he Is now rus'lln' up one full din
Theodore S. Case, Justice of the peace
"We Justices of the peace beem to
be classed as 'fee grabbeis,' ex-olllclo, as
soon us elected, without regurd to previous
standing or character. Of course this is
utterly unfair, but It appears to bo taken
for enanied by some, henoe we must bear
the mignu without reference, to fdcta.
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Beginning Monday, April 1, the Kansas City
Journal will reduce its subscription price to 10
cents a week, delivered by carrier in the city, or
$4.00 a year by mail, in advance. At this remark
ably low price the Journal will add many thou
sands of subscribers to its already large list.
Telephone your order to No. 250, or call at the office,
Tenth and Walnut. Tell your neighbor of this reduction.
The great Home Newspaper for 10 Cts. a week, deliv
ered by carrier, or $4.00 A YEAR by mail in advance.
Hut it i nlways a satlsfitetlfin to be able
to say. 'Yon are another. ' So I will sug
gest that there are other 'feo grabbers
who understand their business very thor
oughly. For lnstance,-a few days since I
had occasion, ns agent, to pay a personal
tax bill that had been delinquent less than
three months. The orlgmnl 1,111 w.i $7 1 :!T.
Tho fees were ns fo'lows: Interest, V.S:
collector's commission, 53.M; attorney's
fees, JT.flii court fi es, $1: total. Si:t ;.". Now
If any Justice in this city can beat that I
will cheerfully acknowledge his superiority
ns a 'fee grabber' over me. nt least. Ks
peclally when, so far as I know, a postal
card warnlnsr me of heavier fees to Imme
diately follow was all the service tendered
or duty performed by any one of tho of
llrnnght Hack by n Ship That ltoumled
From the New York Mall and Express.
Such a yarn ns the truthful ,1a, k Tnrs of
the good ship Iteuper spun to-day should
receive the attention or the greit Clark
Kllssell, Tho lteaner came to the nnner
bay this morning, after having doubled the
i apo in a passage ot ijj nays irom l'o't
land, Ore. On November 11, a month alter
taking her departure from I'ortland, In
latitude 0 north, longitude 11H.M west, the
lookout stationed on the port eath'.ij no
ticed the water a mile ahead to be of an
Inky blackness. It was a strange sight to
him, and he sang out his discovery.
l'resently all hands, with the exception of
the man at tho wheel and the pig in the
pen, wero clustered forward. There ivai no
mistaking the color, all agreed, it was .i
single patch of water about BO feet wide,
and It extended from the northwest to tre
southeast ns far as the eye could iv.nh.
Outside this path the water was perfx-tly
green and ns clear as crystal. WVhtu the
patch the discoloration was so marked that
for a long time all hands imagined it to be
a bar or some obstruction. Captain Tcvloi,
ot tho 'leaner, said to-day that In all Ma
experience ho never saw anything like It.
It was new to him, and he is uunblo to ex
That was onn of tho adventures of tho
good ship. The other occurred nuvJitteeu
days alter, In latitude SI south, longlimle
VSJ.n west. Tim watch was squatted cbcut
tho deck enjoying ihe balmy nlr that came
over tho taftrall, when suddenly all the
sails iil-ovo tho couiscs were torn away
from tho yards and stays and went Hying
over the sides. The wind on deck was about
four knots an hour. ,
Captain Taylor explains this by siylng
that n squall mttct have passed over the
ship obovo the courses.
Olf Capo Horn the Iteaper's canvas bad
tin co different, slants of wind at one lime.
The head sails wero fanned by a westerly
breeze, the duck nbove the mainmast wi(s
assailed by ail eastcily breeze, and the
spanker sail uud the sails on tho mlzzen
mast, wooed a suutherly air.
NOVLL GAMHLINC. fiUIII'MK.
A Chicago Man Used ii Globe u u Itiiu-
From the Chicago Itccord,
In the library of one uf the largest clubs
in Chicago Is a mounted globe. Inclined to
tho proper degree with reference to the
noctlal circle und Is marked with tho twelve
signs of the zudlap,
Tho globe has never been ot special
value to students of geogiaphy and as
tronomy, but a member of tho club dlscov.
ered one day that It could bo used to ud.
vuntugo in a new way. ...
In whirling the globe around ho ohsers'cd
that, no matter where It stopped, tho equl
noctlal circle was about three parts water
and one part land. So he spoke to fome of
his friends standing around and said: "If
you fellows would like to make a few bets
I'll pay even money on water find one to
two on land."
lietweeii tho signs of the zodiac were
sharply drawn Hues on which the money
could be placed, several coins lu a tow.
Some of the lines were marked "I," and
some water," and the bets on any par
ticular line wero won or lost a the line
chanced to point to cither laud or water
on the globe after It stopped spinning. Al
though the banker seemed to have a per.
fentage 111 his fuvor under the odds, the
plajers soon beat him at his own game,
und another banker took charge of tho
neve) game, placing the odds ut one to three
on laud and oven money on water. Then
he begun to give odds on certain, contl
nents, oceans and degrees of longitude.
It was uiscovereu inui lor guiniug pur
poses a mounted globe was more useful
than a roulette wheel,
After this discovery the corner of the ll.
brury became u, favorite huiint for the
j onus men who wunted to kill tlmo In a
new wuy. uud some of the elderly director
contemplate having the globe removed, on
the ground that it Is n gambling Imple
ment and liable to telzure by the police.
Grave and Gay, Lplgr.iinni.itlc and Other.
From the Argonaut.
When .Moirls had tho Haymarket thea
ter, Jerrold had occasion one day to llnd
fault with the stiength, or rather the want
of strength, of thu company. Moirls expos,
tul.ited and said: "Why, there is V; he
was bred on these boards!" "lie looks as
though he had been cut out of them," re
Mr. James I'.iyn was once instructing
some young lady friends In tho art ot sci
emlllc whist, and they told him that
they played family whist in tho even
ings. "Ijo your people play the penulti
mate?" the novelist Inquired Of one ot his
fair pupils. "Not that l know of," she an
swered very sweetly; "Sophie plays tip'
piano and Julia the harp; but we none of
us play the penultimate."
It Is related of Mr. Stevenson (In the
Washington I'oso, Jjmt dining tho discus
sion of the repeal Mil, a motion was put to
tiie senate upon which nobody voted either
way. "As the senate is equally divided." at
once remaiked the vice pieildent, "the
chair wl',1 cast the deciding vote, and votes
'no.' The motion Is lost," It took tho sen
ators half a day to recover irom the shock.
The nuke ot Argyll, having been with
some ladles lit the opera house In London,
an wngiisii squire, puiiing anu mowing, en
tered thu box In whii h they were seated,
with bunting boois on and whip in hand.
The duke instantly rose up, nnd, making a
low bow, exclaimed.' "Sir, I am much
obliged to ou." "Oh, why for what?"
"For not bringing your horses here."
ill me cany tias ot jusiiu, -ev.. a min
ing accident occurred, by which a man was
killed. The body was brought to the sur
faco and laid out. lie and ids partner were
ii,ia iiftli' ilia fi-i.iti Wnilifin ft ml .ir. uf
the pilze lighting fraternity. As a crowd
gaiiieieu solemnly aioiimi to view me iouy
and icgret the accident, the partner ex
claimed: "My God, he was a good man. It's
too hail, lie was a good man." And the
crowd towed lower III vcreiitijl awn and
admiration for the truly guod until the
conclusion of the sentence. "He licked a
son-of-n-suii by the name of l'atsy I'oy in
flee rounds In Yitgliii,"
The Auld Lh'lit Kirk, when Dr. Chalmers
visited It. wns a terribly bate little build
ing. The eld. is wini a glim set. They
kept their bonnets on their heads until the
minister tiiteied and each had a targu
stick lu Ids bund, which they used fur
vhappln' " their noses through ull the ser
vice. The minister worn no gown nor
bands, lie gave a very long sermon, full
of sound divinity, but without the smallest
practli al application ami without u vesllgo
of tcellng. At length Dr. Chalmers got out,
the dUni.ll wotsllip being elided. And his
wonl was: "If these people ever get to
heaven they will live on the north side of
Mr. Denjamln Jumen was a clever solicit,
or. When he had a ease In hand, he either
lost it or else he won It. As there wero
these two possibilities to the conclusion ot
any action, lie had two forms of announc
ing the results to his clients. It lie was
successful, lie wrote: ".Mr. J. it, llrown
lite llrown vs. Smith), Sir: 1 am pleased
to Inform you that I havo to-day won this
action. Yours faithfully, llenjaniln James."
If, on the other hand, ho lost the case, ho
wrote: "Mr, 11, J. Smith (Ho Smith vs.
Hrown). Sir: I regret to inform you that
you have to-day lost this action, Yours
faithfully, llenjamlu James."
In tho "monument room" at Trinity
church. New York. Is a laige marble tab.
let lu memory ut the late llhihop lluburt.
It Is a bus-itlltl', icprcbentlug the blhhop
In the auouv ot death, sinking into the
arms of an allegoiical female tlguiu, pre
sumably Intended for (lie Angel of Death,
It is sain mat an ugeii coupio no in t no ju
ral districts wile lielug shown about the
church, und. iiaumni; long heiore tho tab-
ice inu out latiy iciouincii iu iter fiusuunu;
"That's a good likeness of the blshon:
but" regarding the angelic peisouaKe at
tentively. n very pour one or .mis, iio
bart. I knew her well, uud she didn't look
Amrusto Yuenucrle was well known as a
I'urlslan journalist, but his pretensions to
authorship for the stuge excited only de
rision for neatly a quarter century before
he struck his lileraiy guld mine In "For
mosa." Ills first pluy, "Traguldubas," was
unmercifully hissed olf the stuge by an or
ganized clique. In the uiidbt of the uproar
Vucuuerle, sitting in the dress circle, was
laughing tu heartily that u young lady
seated next to him remarked: "Ah, mon
sieur! You are merry, lui'l so am I; hut
what would tiie poor author say if lie were
huie'."' "Don't be disturbed, mademoi
selle," hejeplled; "I am the author's best
frit nd. and I cm nssuie you he doesn t
eato the h as,t little bit."
A member of tho legal profession of very
diminutive size was ele, led to tiie bench,
bonie years ago. In a Pi nnsylvanU town,
and one of tlu first caes brought Iwfore
his honor was that of a brawny Irishman
of colossal figure. The son of Urin had
committed on assault and lmttery, and was
told to stand up by the court. Tho defend
and did so, and, though he was six feet
six Inches tall, ho could barely see the top
ot the magl-trate's head appearing behind
the deU. liaising hlinselt on tiptoe and
bending forward with his hands before his
eyes, as If to peer at some distant object,
tliu Irlslimnn shouted: "Holy Moses! and
Is Patrick O'MInehan golne; to be tried by
The most popular man in a Western town
once got Into a dllliculiy with a disreputa
ble tough who nn tiie terror of tho place,
and whipped him In a manner eminently
satisfactory to the entire community. It
was nccissnry to vindicate tho majesty of
the law, however, und the offender was
brought up tor trial on a chavg of assault
wlih Intent to Kill. The Jury took the
case ,u nd were out about two minutes,
when they returned. "V1I," said the
Judge, In a familiar, off-hand way. "what
does the Jury have to say?" "May It
please tho court." responded the foreman,
"we, tin- Jury, lind that the prisoner U not
gulltv of hlttur with Intent to kill, but
simply to paralyze, and he done It."
The Prince of Wales Is said to have an
extraordinary and accurate knowledge of
the signs, colors nnd inemb, n-lup of nil
orders of merit. It Is a matter In which
ho permits: no trilling, too. At a recent
state ball, n beautiful yoinu girl wore a
gill lerlng Jeweled decoration on lu r br.asi.
Sho danced opposite the prince. When
the quiidnll.) was over, he said, gentle:
"That Is a pretty ornament. May 1 ask
to whom it belongs'.' I'o Lord Plank. "
said thu frightened girl: "he Is my ll.uiee.
Ho allows me to wear It." "(Mn you un
fasten It easby?" "Yes, your highness."
"Then mav I ask you to take it off. and to
tell Lord Plank thai It means something
more than o. bit of gold and a few diamonds
to l worn merely as an ornament, even
by a charming woman?"
Miss Francs Power I'obbe once illscus'ed
evolution with Sir Charles Lyell. when
some of tho party had betrayed the Idea
that "survival of the ilttesl" mi-ant of tho
best. Sir Charles left the room (lontlnues
Miss Cobbe, lu her reeentlv published uie
molrsl and went downstairs, but suddenlv
rushed b.-uk into the drawing room, (tin)
mid to mn, ail In a breath, standing on the
rug: "I'll explain It to you lu one minute!
Siipposo ou had bein living In Spain 210
years ago, and hid i sister who wns a per
fectly commonplace pei sou. and believed
everything sho was told. Well, your sister
would have been happllv married and had a
mitneioiH progeny, and that would have
been tho nirvlinl of the Ilttesl: but you
would have been biunt nt mi auto-da-fa and
there would havo been an end of you.
You would have hem unuid to vour n
vlronmcnt. There! That's evolution'
Ooad-hvl" On went his hat. nnd we heard
the hall door close after him before we
had dono laughing.
Tn tho early sixties there nourished in
Paris a writer who used his tilent - a
professional llheler. Ills rfal name was
J.ieqiiot, hl uoni do guerre. Ihmene de
Mlrc'Oiirt. One day, there appeared a vlo.
lent onslaught on Alesnnder Dumas, pere.
Tho article openly taxed the great novelist
with living on tho brain of his eollabom.
tors. The father bappemd to be away
from Paris: the son ient his seconds to
Mlrecourt, "You say. gentlemen " said the
biographer, "that you are ac!lig In behalf
of M. Dumas, Ills?" The two gentlemen
licAved assent! tlin Mlrecourt rings lor
111 servant. "Tell my son to come to inc."
he orders. And tr his visitors' great tur
prise, there appears a little iir-hln. his
face besmeared with Jam MM-court.
though, remains- iwrfcctlv setlou" "Gen
tlemen," h remark, nt hi "I te.l cuii
vlueed that my sou Is a-, iLkli-h about
his fatlier's honor as the sen of M. Alex
ander Dumns Is about lit father"" A- t
l- absolutely newss.irv lbit the roles
thould bo equal, von had better arrange
matters with him." With which he Favi
the two filendi of the future eminent
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Role nnents for t'nltcil States, Mali or.
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You must ,'u tlioro toijisooyer iti
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quickest ami anil most comforta
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200 becoiid-hutid tvnt for sale cheap, ull
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