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THfl KANSAS CITY JOUKXAT, SATt'RT) VY S1'.PTKMI,lK 21, 1.)5.
KANSAS CMTY .JOURNAL
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.Iniitnil Mull. litis. I nil II kihI Walnut "t
Nl U St'liSLItiinioK HATKS
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bul.iiay . . ,,, 60
1)1 I-rVKRKD J1V CAlMtRP..
Dally tti j Sunday, In cent per vrfk! H
cents r month.
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is Journal and Agriculturist, 1
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1 ' ' ' II'1 Potome at Kansas City.
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t n He-pt w ' i "kin' i i i
ir t i in
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if eh i i
I t . . de ' ' e '
I iiiiii i
. i i ii
! Ih bor I 11 II
I i r'tpii will
1 till it'll
' ' in l lit ee nl
n l tto
i mil 1 overture.
mi t often lose
i ' nt lie not in-
'i'it i ntlon or It.
m ty in r disagreeable
r iii.tn . oiitlnuoiii! hot. Uusty
i 1. 1 it doesn't travel on this
Altgeld should be careful
1 f r tn order out the militia when
c i i i -lltlclnns arc about to null off
:. i. 'I..11.
H n i r iiray'8 logic Is of that plastic
t- itu .i li no tnntter whiU the premUe.".
:i i' - l-iiiiKS hint out squarely on
tu K i.m .mill.
A niimli r of blR guns Hpoke nt Chleka
rniur i t.nt not H much execution wns
tl n us u hi'ii the gun spolse there on a
t in rr i .i.-ion.
When the Htm. Huck McCarthy, of
I i ik i N tumble to Bet the chairman'
or In iiivi-ntlim he reaches out tmU
;et3 i. in. 1" iy else's.
II ilt in ip has won the Katlonal
l.f ikuc j. niiant two yeai-s In succession.
Isn't It .ilmut time to double the "1" In
the nam nf thut town?
The U m Atll.il Stevenson presided
ncr th. ('hli-kiumuigu gathering with
ii mil. h i il' and (llRiilty as if he had
It n in i llillr life for years.
K insai ity's cattle receipts yesterday
- re Kr- it' r by COO than Chicago's, and
k-ri u, r 1 I'.IOO than the receipts at St.
Luilis ml (mitihu together.
s n' r reffer has bought a news
1 i it ih.it he may h.w an "organ"
i i nl. may ha e a job when the
t 1 1 in nt .tults supporting him.
' I'll unl that the bund syndicate
i i T'mrbor together can arranBe
' - i 1 message to congress without
Int. ,i. nil); with the Ashing at the bay.
"Il r i pie, observes the Washing
t r I -t, wt in i tin nm n being for
i . think of It, so they
ii -d to speak at
i i , pie were al-
t v in
n .. i tin r
i i , -nil
V ii i p
1 1 '
t , ' , I -I
n u ' ii .i The Mor-
iii i i'it luble yet.
i ir i ''Mishe vlew
it ' ..i i hat he re-
'" 1 i H ii ii 'isn't view
int i i 'i.ui the Kansas
lilt ' i iipondent who
I ."f v i Hop i the
ii n ' i"n itor i m if
i lf i i 'lipos l i i in
i 1 i i i
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1 i' h
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i i- t,'iil .im th.
I i t it is woi in hj
1 un't 1 k out
i nit,- tu hi i h t hi-
ii f W d 1) l ln
i -unime- i - it
I- "f sun Sll K.
to be u i 1 1 in r
li i i in tin
- "t ttirlu 1 1 i
.in 1 lint . u ,,
hi- illtn : ' i .it l'
n l t !'u in i ii i.i
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i lull 1 1.. i' l
llu! i nt l
i i'! ny
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i. ' mi
1 i I Hot I
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I I ill. - II 1
. riiui - i, ,
1 VI itL li 11
i h'ti eii.i (fur.
1' nn-mania. I'rohi
' ii ., .i a. tin who, lima
I bfven IUmi.U.c is all out of
i had wan ian run Just as sue
. on lite FFMblbUioa tlckat as
M i k. Vdn.dei bill's announce.
j i I. r d.im,'hti--r i not engaged
t i Ijuk..- ul Win Ibarougb ao4.su' t w-i
' r m m that thn (test h oif. it
j iipiy mean that thy haxtn't been
m i to sum ou the umcuiit.
' i t ui'l the spirit of jClattlvoi is
w i- ih.in fiker and th.- bplrlt uf
Ci 1 i. -in," Ir. I'uikhurat U quotfd us
ml...,- If this is i'arkhursl's lanyujiyu
Jr "i-.rts luin to b- a man of w dup
J No out- x 'II I..-I i,.. Huu ins
' m ii i. nu in I J. w .ih li.i.ve
ti ) i ink .t I-, tiu ti .Krr and
Crokeris'ii oro sunply Tuni'.inyisin, ani
i i i, or '
r 'i ' lit ft
i l n hi i
1 1 ii i tin i
i " tl t i
' I o ' -
t i i time i
1 i i it i
rj i wile
1 I uini
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1 . t -h. o d
M i 'ill
T n 'tic
li i w tni
jji ii i i n t i
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lit . - I I 11
1nmmniiylm I the gjhonvm for sys
t.m Mired i..rriitl..n l'la'1 l .t iill
ti i in, l.tit th'io i no i-viiii n that lie
l i c.rrupU.inlM r I'nrkhurst him
if gasp tehntaht UtihVnt i (lie fact
t Hut the reform lnvimlf ithii 'll'l Hot
eh -tv that PUtl eser r.intc 1 h the Ox
t r-t of it dollar iliii.in tls 'I .ts- Ihnt
t r wdness In politic In wot- that) the
in st flagrnnt official oMt l t. mnke
nn assertion tlmi .uiim i c-n ref
tltll 'i Dr. t'rttkhnroi lit it .i and
IM .nl ill ill lull hi sln'tlld i tnli hi
pr-jiill. - ,if I tilt" ri'i itnl I" pt'Pfm
ti His i hr honest 111 hi Ut! rant (
K1 MIl'lttlVKMI M.
Thn h it, dt tn'ttthiir of tlr pint two
Week. wHh thi high Winds mid btliiy
Irdttio, h-ui . ii .1. in niitratej the need
far tl- litir' i, i'ii' 1 1 (rtr. 't Imprttve
mi" iiiu 1 hm thf .t.uiiiul brignii
th .ittilun of the catltliiii m fthd
-i I iiuit K- pnl'ig p .)!) tint tins lien
1 I li" "111. mis i f th t )')
t' time thi il.' wmthi-ruf li t i,ti
tj in th' I iiiiiic iiriluii uf th- iliv
il be tn.i'l" lomnnratlwl) fun fnun
uiimj ng (holds of ritift an I thn
i i " ami ' chuck IkiIcb" which for it tcng
ii. lia made mom stvirt stretilns
' ti"'t almost Imp.T-snlili-
lii.i" Is diii tiuvlng projet still nn-
u I'll tthlih Fhotltd he glen careful
t ' deration by the otiln II hefoie the
I mil "t'ior Is Issued, ntnl it Is that of
1 iil V 'centh street Tlili is one of
I m . Important thcioughfttre of the
It now has ft. dirt roadway, and
f r th" past wei k, despite the sprinkling
r i I'liticn of thn unpaved distance, it
li ( been in a most discreditable con-
tu,. a, if there Is any street in th city
i it needs a good and clean pavement
t' i this broad ond much traveled ave-
'I he board of uubllc works long resisted
the appealn of the people who dally use
the street for An order to have It paved
as a business street, believing that the
property owners should unite on a plan
of paving that would Insure an early
Improvement of the thoroughfare, nut
tin contention over the subject of ma
terials to bo Used continued until the
order wa Issued, and now the question
of material Is again to the front with
a prospect that the delay will be con
At present the matter 1b in the hands
of the council. The contention of a num
ber of owners of largo tracts of un
improved property on tho street it for
the most Inexpensive pavement iKwlble.
It is a question of cheapness rather than
the needs of the street and the Interests
of thn general public. The property on
the street Is valuable, and will be made
-astly more so if a good, clean and
permanent pavement Is put down. It
Is of the first Importance that tome sort
of pavement should be provided at once,
but it Is of scarcely les moment that a
pavement shall be selected which will
not be a public nuisance when sprink
ling Is out of the question, as it is for
several months of the year.
Theie should be no halt In the policy
that has so recently been adopted in the
making of .streets for the period of re
newed prosiierlty that has already so
noiiii.m; i.i.m: i:.i'i:ni:ii.
Them is renlly no other channel open
by which the gold rererve can be re
plenished than by theliiue of more
bonds, unless the administration backs
down completely and acknowledges the
futility of its own policies' of govern
ment. Here we have an undliulnlshlng
surplus of Imports over exports with a
hundred millions or so to be sent over
to tho other side for the payment of the
expenses of our summer tourists, and be
sides this another hundred millions duo
there on deferred pa ments of various
sorts waiting on the promised relief
through the movement of our crops.
The gold reserve Is steadily declining,
the deficiency In the expense account of
the government continues to grow na
steadily and threateningly, nnd the
meeting of congress is still more than
two months away. Even if Mr. Cleve
land were willing to adept any settle
ment the coming congress might provide
for the existing slu.te of bankruptcy in
which the treasury is floundering, if
would require a great deal of pluck on
the part of tho business world to wait
foi the time when tho relief could be
brought nbout. Of course tho present
policy of dumping out gold nt eveiy de
mand, come from whence It ma, will
be continued then 'the only way to tide
over until some arrangement can be
made for more revenues Is to run the
government still deeper in debt to keep
the wheels moving.
That Is xvhut has got to be done, mid
people might aa well settle their minds
to an acceptance of the fact. It Is hard
lo stand, to be sure, but It is pan of
the price they must pay for their ex
pet Intent with Nomocracy In charge of
the affairs of government. The bond
syndicate well knew that the ilrst rake
off would not bo their last. They could
will afford to go through the form o
piotectlng" the treasury. They hod It
in their power to compel another issue
j a' .my linn , and thut time la upparuitly
i now her-' i
I IN I'OUII TAH1I-.
nostrii'i M'mi Id told some things that
,iie iii- i n'l. aid mans thut were not
in his p in l-t whine at Chattanooga,
lint thei m t .ii-s and plates when and
ssl.ett n i . i. i he truth in i it her timely
r in p i -t n an eiiiiviK-atiiig or
i' ' ptts i . bin in u tonimon-b-nm
- i'-e 'i i licatlon of a inouumtut
t" f.iller, i huutt sugguai to u man
' u's W unite the mniiimi nt ,i
i l'ir t me lli.ui a ineie politlml tl
i i.. thix, to.., fii.rn a man is ho hlmm It
1. 1- ui er r fusni to as all Miiim If of tin.
-ii -i piaciu.Ll tneilioiis of the most putt.
. i!Hiuits JJUt ijosern.,1- Allgeld mn
ji i good in au p,41t,i s AH p.utls
i irMiil;-od U.m1ii in ioi.tl,,tl thug.
. . ..nm. .in. mn...v !.. iliised agKrp
, i'i n- of biuuiittl, t'lere U no utlklal
ii i my diiystheiv; Uiiie U nothing but
- i uption, corruiitluii, t-oi-i-upilon. itevo
ld.on tare us In the fa.cu, the rich
die irrtmiu iiohei and tho poor
p.iorer; a new gospel, it, gospel of thlev
ny -Hid rldn', has come among us; "n
iiiiu ever seised his eouutry witiuoui
Utiig vljilied, and you" it I not
known whether the governor iueiu an
aivhist or merely Populltir"intt)' base
to face calumnj and oblivion. "
Thir is corruption in high place In
this country, alt deplore it. Ther in
olli'Ul dlshouesti ami Iniquitous lavsa
aie iiwcted. Theie aie abides of iiia.ni
HlieU of power, Hut (kivttrnor Altgeki
m lected a poor lime and a poor place
tor a sihaiijfdoodln, peksiinlstlc I'upu.
lutlc v.liinti. ,
How muih better do thekt) wurtls
..uud, the ssordu of Senator Manderson,
at the wnie time ami piu.ee
"li eoiutades and my coiiiuuiilous. have
in liars. lOi th.. i.puhlk It l iijke.l on
I. mi lost or li'dii in, Mtutturt. If li).
o-i Lqiial light lu .ill ami is i.rn. ni.il b
Hi I lo". 1 ol . pr s .In I., i tin in t,;.ii,l t
f i 1 Isiurln 1 ldl-. piophet v e,t Oallger
In tin tmna oftl" tiini!. ui.t yise tot ill
! not dl-
n Ml t
lr.i Rosnunent of tin (roplr, by t
p. ople nti'l for the people li,t not lieri
tre'ii the enrth "
How mtith more appropriate to the
o.aslin. how mtich moie nearly do
thise wonlo rl to the dignity of (he
tl'ii-1 and plat. Imsv much Inore clos-
lt do thej III Ihe man sxho enks Ihem
li was the tlmo ntul place for it hymn
an I not a dlrrre; for hoping of nil thing.
not fearing of nil things, for psalm and
not sharlf; for probers Btsl hot M?lm.
. , i n. .
II H Mitt DlUt t'llll.SIIt,S
With the ceremonies nd pxerclscs of
yilenlft.v, the magnificent pntk eom
iod of the Jjattlcflelrtu of Chlckantautn
fthd Chattanooga hot only paed Into
the control of the national gosertttnent.
hm tK-Cnme in every rerct an Ameri
can, a national, possesMon. The rk l
nh eserlastlhg tnotiument to the valor
if Amorlewn sotdh r and the perpetuity
of Amerlrian Institution The tosvering
columns which miik the place where
the gallant heroes fell shall siatid for
esir . tell lo ages et to be the story
of the greatest conllk't of all time, not
In the satiutlnc of victors, but the grate
ful acknowledgement of the vanquished.
Thu'p Is no otlu-r country in the ss-orld
sshere such scenes could have taken
place as havo occurred during the last
two WPke, vshtre those who fought on
the other lde vie With those who fought
Tor the t'nhm in rearing monuments to
lirrpetunte the results of Ihe struggle.
That must have been a memorable, a
never-to-be-forgotten, scene, when thou
sand) upon thousands of those sho
stood arrayed in opprig battalions
thirty years ago Joined In .-lngtmr the
national anthem. AVilh the singing of
that glorious hymn Lincoln's dream tc
came a reality and the government of,
by and for tin' people ssas given a liess
blrlh of freedom.
s.ti'i: as ,: i.svi:m.xii:.vt.
There should be no quetlon as to the
safety of the bonds offered by tho com
pany engaeed In the production of the
canalgre plant, a mere Investment
nslde from the advantage to be gained
by having the control of the Industry
held In Kansas City. It is In fact In
contemplation to make it a Kansas City
Industry out and out. The product is
here for building up another industry of
great magnitude. It can be done with
the light sort of encouragement from
Kansas City people. Tho bonds have
been provided In denomination suitable
for popular subscriptions, but there
should be no double in dlsjioslng of them
all to half a tloen public spirited people
who svlll take the time to gis'e the matter
a little investigation. The production of
canalgre by cultivation at a large profit,
and still allow of lis sale to the tanners
at a price belosv that of balk, has been
demotiMliated as practicable beyond any
question whatever. And that Is the
main jiolnt In considering the value of
the bondu as an investment
It Is dllllcult to convince a man ss-ho
spendt $.10,000,000 a year on hi personal
and household expenses that anybody in
ills domains has lights he Is lwund to
respect. What the sultan of Turkey
noeds is to be made earn hi own living
at 2 a day awhile, and do his osn
chores before breakfast.
Secretary Curtis, of the treasury de
partment, has notified tho syndicate that
It cannot have any more bonds till the
gold reserve falls belosv seventy mill
ions. The syndicate, therefore, will pro
ceed to run the reserve rlown tn the
specified limit and make another haul.
Bob Taylor, who has been convicted of
train robbery at Colorado Springs, is
not the fiddling Bob Taylor who- was
elected governor of Tennessee. The only
Tennessee governor charged with rob
ber is the executive svho got his pres
ent term that ss-ay.
The announcement that tho rice crop
this year Is to bo the largest over giosvn
In this country is a reminder of tho fact
that tariffs may come and tariffs may go
but the high protection on rice goes on
Mil. I, A POPl 1.AI8 ItHstlKT.
Tl10 IIiih.iIIuii II trul Attracting 'I limn, mil,
of I'tnple to tluliiiKtiii Park.
Another big crosvd, which mimbcrej into
the thousands, ssent to Washington park
estt-rday afternoon uml evening to heat
the National ilasvatian hand gls-o It FCcond
torn irl of its ssetk's engagement. Jn addi
tion to excellent Insiiiiiiientul music, the
native songs by the membeis of tho band
ncelveil enthusiastic applause.
3 and S p."nu '" 8lVe tWO -'"-'e'""' JiUly at
rcu'ry!tm ' ' hliV! a mlent roedlclno
cffnlfon"Tn,2r?.,e.,V UU " '" PfS at
in'Vi'oln'f.y'rci'rneroT0 th ""
ti.Th,t.Wle.",,Hn.c" at .the I-0'8 Summit fair
llftiu tf y ti"tfa to have been
Hamilton Itebekahs svent over to ram.
oron liut night and instituted a lodge
Caldwell counij prisoners ore being utll.
Vk il ltl all irs-l cw .1 .,. ,A,, .... i . .1 1 .
1. 11.. 11 Y""" - urn ueing 1U1I-
tn It Be "8 tt nvw cl8tl'r" 01 theailftt
Kidder had tho grcatcit rainfall during
The Cam. ron fair takes pUco next week,
and. unk-ss signs fail, it is destined to
he un unusually ifuod one.
i:i -ten jiis-eiUle empshouters contributed
to u. li to the coffers of the i'imaunt Hill
polin !.ouit tut, other day.
1.i iiii. suits aualust the Kansas City
sll i 1 illtsay (oniinnlen are b mg tried
In ilia I'ottis county cinuit court.
Tin Ohio reunion at Kidder Wednesday
ftue a Kie.ll sucteas. llllikeytb 10 tho
iiun'b. r of we iegisirv4 during th- luy
Hi Uiilla's am si. in svell l still dry. al
th..i.i.h i'i dilll is down Wi feet and U
wiiii iim hard 011 u siiatum of rod granite.
, T1.1, '"'."I"!" Mill (TajM-xte says that
joint li. 1 tst. .ounty u ihtniwr than any
shnt! el In tli state, quality considered.
Ai, Illinois man lathi is.'.'uu fur a 20) ucro
dm near liiiniillon th.- oilier duy. It
10 i tlie presious owner eT.OeO about throe
i i s alo
IJuisn ul Stetdvtlla the other day a man
laid a "si t libit. i, ' on tin edltot'g ta
bu that no ..iu ii twont -three incites in
A b's Crawford touity pear iiiasiire
tlm-ttiu iwkI -m-haif in.'hes in clrcumffi
ence (tnd weiuhs seventeen and one-half
ounce. This ba llirt of u kind of thu
Musvrs' wagon arc numerous on all
the country roads In the siclnlty of Ham
ilton, and many of tin- ntoupuius make u
practice of suallug fcd fiom the adja
leni eornflt 1 Is.
Tho Jluldeii Tliii' sujs that 3C0 tlck&ls
or solvi front there to Kausas City for
the I'rhsta of l'dllas parade last ear,
ditd from pr"iM'iit ii.'ilcutlons tils number
thl year wilt Ua fully sou
Holdm 1 a city of 3,Uw) paople, nnd is
the "biMulttul ami groulni; niBtropolIs of
Juhuwiu n.uuty, the ttuatest bluigrass
and grtln jiu-1ucIii ioni;i in the stale "
dcioruanu to na entlnnoastlc ssilteiip in
the iiLent boom edition of this lloldi-u
Kiom the St.-lvllle Mirror, Spoaker Hus
ell'a pup.1. Ituteutl) this ollice
reeeised au oilKlal notice from It.
J mm belle, postuuisier at Columbia,
informing n th.u tho Mlrrar tul
drei to the IUpubllmn paper ssas not
ttkeii o-tt, ami n.ro the- bottom ssas
ssiuieii in ink ' Ni - i ii paper here. The
It. publii .11 pup r i-. t thing of the past.
'Ills 1 in i i JJo" Watch the
otti i ii i tl if ui u asa of u postmaster
fn I w tnin twrrtj fjur hours after ilc
Klnle tuk Ion scat as president.
I in limittigs of etll lo come
Jtlilt AMI till. UlltMA.
The turii-nt tlientrl.nl nttra tloti still
nil lor llielr rngagimint" lhl rsrnlng
and Ihete sslll be m.ttliier at all the house
this aftrhotm. There ha been a large
sale for tho 'Ttlll.s ' mstlnre at the
routes, this attraction twins ohe In sshlch
the Itdlts uto more rpt dally liit'rrteil
tlmn the tntn. The scale of price at the
At. Utorliitn, wheie 1 he Silver I.lnlna"
l ruiittlrg. will he cpiiliiershly reduced
from the wtenlitg scab, v'1'"' "" J"0".!
tieFitniin m-aio stimin ine reacn oi an
tnesteiiroeni "Amerlrsti Abroad, at tne
tJratni. is an nttfartite sochty play, and
those who like tn!titrely will find an ex
teiilse aiiti a saric.l hill st the Ninth
There Is an lntertlng outlook at ttie
theati r for the nmn week With hre
peti of cool Sveather ahil a half aoeh
opiilar atiraPtlons, the public will has
plenty nf dlwrloti Tor it eveftmn. At
the route, the llostoniar. With the most
'llrtlngulslied Slturei.itlnn er eomie opera
lneer on the Atnetlran stag-, will lie een
in "Hobln Hood" and "rrmee Atiantaf,"
the latter n liess opera, which wtll lie
glsen one night otil The kIp of !
i alroailv large, and the n-iRi mem prom
lr to he big one The latter half of
the week w 111 he ulvt n tip to M!s tllniiy
Witlli who still make her hrt appear
anoe In this city a a star In the rewritten
Kanchon ' Mls Walll I the chrmln
little Ingenue who distinguished herself
with the Crane company. She sslll be sup
ported hi Frederick IMuI ling. ' Pinhaa"
will lie tne attraction at the Auditorium.
The production I brtaht ah I new. and Is
wti.i to contain a number of tenlc feature
not seen In-lure thl eaon. The compn,
which began its tour in Cincinnati, sua
-MhMlititlcnlly Indorse I b the press of
that city. The Grand op.ra nonse wtll
h.tse "The Cotton King,' a new melo
drama bv Sutton Vane, a particularly sue
triiriil writer for the popular stage. The
play ha been sis-en a sery heas prwluc.
tloti. "i-'lnnlgan'c Wall " a verj sticoeMful
fnrce comedj. ssell known to local amuse
ment seeker, sslll be th" Mil at the Ninth
Street. The Glllls oim house ssltl open
It doors Sunday afttrnoon at 1 o'cltxk
svlth Its "coiitlnuou show " The aude
x III.- bill Is one of the strongest eser an
nounced In thl city, and If good speclalUe
and a loss -ale of ft lie? nn an stiece.
the house should enttr upon a prosperous
INGENIOUS BOSS CROKER.
lie Man formulated it t henry M hlcli Imll-
tillt. to 1 1 1 in llimuir.it Mill
Mill In I SUll.
Nesv York, Fept. SO Klehard Crok'r ar-rls-ed
to-day from Emtland by the steamer
At llrst Mr, Croker refused to ay a word
about solltlcs. He excused himself upon
the ground that he had been assay so long
and that o many es-ents had transpired
during hi absence
"Hase ou come to take an actls'e part
In the campaign, Mr. Croker? ' he ss-as
"I has e simply come back to be irf plenty
or time to sole the Tnmmanr ticket, other
sslse I am entirely out of p-jhtus,"
"Do oil regard the propet ts of the
uemocranc party as lasoraoie;
"As I have been ass-a for six month it
might be st ell to wuK till I studied the
lomlitlons here before anwering your
question. Hosseser, eserjttnng Indl'-atr-i
that sse are going to h.tse good times
asain. If good times return and the coun
try Is in a prosperous condition next ear,
the Democratic parts ss-ill win. As the
part ssts held responsible fjr hard times
it naturally should reeelxe the credit of
hatlnt' restored prosperits. On this basts.
I expert the next preslJtnt to be a Dem
ocratic one "
Ciirther than this Mr Croker refused to
talk tition political ubjnt, except to say
In answer to a question thit he did not
exnect to attend the stKto c. mention.
Mr Croker spoke enthti-iistica!ly of Ms
rat-iuK in r.nijiana nnu i o ne nopeu to ao
considerable racing thtr. text jcar.
POSSIBLE PIE FOR PASCHAL
1 he nx-lSepresent.ttlte rrnin Inn .Xln.s
smceitl .fudge tntrt on the Imllitn
WlaehlnirtCMi. riept. "' (Special.) IZx
Represen'aiive Pasx'itl, of Texas. Is re
ferred to us a possible -i if.nir of Jude
Stuart, as judge for the lrilan Terrltor.
l'astlial ssas defeatel, it is suld, b stand
ing svlth the administration In the free
ssool business, and as he Uses in a sheep
district, he sufUVre.lS.'l-'or this reason his
friends are a-king that he be gixeir a W.00O
position in the Urrltorj. 11. s some ss-a
euniderd ss-hen Springer and Kllgure
tsere appolnttd bj the prx-ldent, who
then preferred the judicial t ilent found
In Kllgore ai.d he concluded to uprwilnt
him. Then, it." Stuart ssas also from Tex
as, he contlud.-d that it ssould bo bitter
to appoint Sprt.g-r and itau out I'.n'
ehal. Notv, as S'wtrt is fomM atvay from
the trough, it l.'.ives n place where u
Texas ' IIx." ran be prossiiM for, nr.d
hence the claim that Paschal is like'v to
nor ssi..siiii:k at Chicago.
three r.tlitl Cam of iiiiintrnke In 1 lint City
mill Other 1'riiMtr ttlnn.
Chicago, fcVpt IM Such a hcatr-d term
In the latter pnrt of Heprember as has
exUled for the i -t thrco dajs ssas noser
Iic'ore reconb 1 in Chicago. The mean
tempt lature fur the three dajs ssas M,
or si son tleKn.s .tbovo the normal for
the ptut tntrrti jiars.
The maximum t. mpernture to-day ss-as
11 den , ut 3 o lo It The decrease In the
humidity of U.e atraosphtre tended to
gruitly reduce the number f prostrations
fiom heat. Honest r, -the following fatul
eitses were reported.
Oeorge Ulan iwrd, 1 months old.
1' V. ijulnlan
other proBtratlomt ss-ero;
Mrs. tjtaiilslaus It.ttikoss-skl: sslll recover.
Ogdeii, l'. T., Sept. iU It is suosslng
TiM.IH.U.MMllo iiimvi I IKS
Spattansbtirg, S. a. Sent. CO. I'.obert
Poole, cnloied, svas haunt 1 hero to-day
for the murder of Will Long, colored, in
Hanos-cr, Kas., S.pl, 20. (Spi?i lal ) Jo
seph Sraatllm , it Iluhemlun, ugt d C"i, raar
rird and in good tin iimsiames, tommlttid
siildde th h nioruine- bs- hanlm. lie una
Intemperate .nil lo.nmlttfd the net svhlle
uii'ltr the Intluciii i of alcohol.
London, Sept. 2'L A dlspnteh to the
Chronicle from Cuiistantinople pays that
the minister of. war hus ttlegraphad to
Loudon for tin ailmlralty charts of the
Dardanelles. These are (niei.dul for the
use of engineer in laying torpedoes,
Cluthrie. O T.. Sept. JO. (Fpe lal.) Whllo
Willl..m Monroe, wife and baby ssere re
turning honie from town to-nliilit tho learn
took fright at a mowing machine and ran
assay, Injuring Mrs Monroe Internally and
fracturing the babi's skull. Both mother
and cliild ss-ill die
Klngllshcr. O, T , Sept. 20 -(Special.) An
nie Cuvunaugh, aged 3, died thl morning
from injuries reeeistd last Wednesday, Sim
was ssilh her mother In a bugify and in
reaihing os-er the dashboard te dUentanKte
the lines the hor e- kicked hr so se'seraly
that she dUd. deapttu the best surgleal
Tope-ka, Kas., Sept. tU lSpclal.) Ib-V,
J. II. Thomas, pa-l ir of the l-'usi tptlst
ehurch, and nietnlie-r of the Topeka tuard
of education, has tii.ileiud Ills It slgnntion,
lo tuke tfleit tKiober 15. Mr Thomas re
signs his charge hi li to ,ir-cept the position
of assistant siiiieiinicndent of the iiapt St
mlsiilons In chb avo
Milan. -Mo. Stpt. 20, (Special ) Itoberl
White, sou of T, A White. .x-ree.)rder of
this county and pilin Ipal of the Milan hitch
st-hool and ssl.Klj ktiussn throtiKhuui the
statu us a poltili lan and publlt. lnstnu lor,
died this morning of heart ills. The
s.-hoola ssere tllbtni.-. d and the Hag on the
building placed at half mast.
Topeka, Kas.. fa.pt. 20. (Spi Jul ) A
churter ssas eieiilay tiled In the oltlce o?
the seeietan of stale by the Kun.ts aid
liidiuu 'IVriitors Cuitl Mining Cumpany a
toiporution svhich has Its hu.idi;u.iteis nt
Kansas Clt, Ku. The dliKinis named
are. P. S Coler. W. T. Atkinson nml II. J,
Tssiss, of Kansas City, Kits, and W, P.
Nelson, (1 ri. llrutiain, 11 .'. Muats and
M. II. sjlQuue, of K.uiias City, Mo.
Port Siott, Kas , S-pt. 20. (-pet lal.) Hur
ry Watson, oik of the oldest and beat
knots it hold d iks In the West, droppt d
ilf.id In ids room In the Treinout hotel in
this city this morning. -Mr Wution had
been connected with the leading hotels
here, nt Nusada, Mo., Kansas City T -peku,
and Jaiktons'lle and Spr'ngflrld, 111
The lutter i Iti was his home, and Iii
brother, W W Watson, still resides there
Moxlio, Mo, Si-pt 20. (ripeclal.) Ne-sss
frum WelUsllie to day Indicate that the list
of people ihfruudid by Sol Hughlett, who
shot himself, is still growing The latest
list 1 as folloss-s: Jud;te li M. Huk'hes, $b0;
Mrs. W, DItkrorfcr and sons, JI.MO; Henry
Clark estate, J1.7tJ; Ulafiur estate, ?11.0o0j
Montgomery eouuty sihool find, J.'Wi
Mrs W b'hramm $1000, I'eter Woltz l"0.
Professor l Wi-v. SiQO; i:mll He kgor
ska, U'jO. and P-Idon Hughlett, a nephew
MU0. It U call that Hughlett lost most of
the money In gamblln;.
A TOURIST IN SIBERIA,
Mlntt He ttt I nun it Osr M Indus on 111
trip Si to. a limit toilnlr).
Omsk l.f 'n N-ss ork Ksentng Ptwt
T'i. gf. v ll . i tn ra Ina.s propitly
spenatn i i-ns at i i.imit'g n-ariv it'"
ml. hi ml l. s This prrl nunnrj
Jrnimej i an be mmle in ihrte d and fn ir
nlit'rs on ih- nhnb n t tin. nmf.iHJlily.nt
tile e,e. bn.ls . h-ap rate of about fi'-,
rnhhs. ,.r soeie On for a iiri-el tt. k-t
The far nb th. way from 8t i'etrhiinf
HpropoMlotintely even cheaper, as Ihe
ustan gos-crnment a less month ago In-
'rotliiced the ytetn of a rsptJIy dcnaitn
rtt- of mileage for long distance. The
inp is onir nttnier.-tt. i tnteret ng '' ,,' ,fc. .....t, ,.t rh- enrr-wsi ic-
cteiniry jiwe,l through j 1st an 1 seems cernlng the truth of the curr-nt ic
fertile and pnr-rpii The rroWil at the port, whereutwu he requested thnt me
original native inhabitants a one pet to ' wrofxl. "It I orflclally aniiounceil Hint
the eastward. The Volga I crossed on an - marriage ha been arraniftd betss-eeh
Iran bridge t,4M meters loiij, a less hour ,.' ,..? iMi.eniih bii.I Visa
bfore the tmlh reache !mrn. Wnat one the 1'uke of Marlborough ami
ee of the ttaSMge through the I'rals l de- ' Conuel Vanderbllt. he e ng.tg'; I "tsl
cldedly prelt.s, but to a foreigner hardly ssa arranged by Mr Vanderbllt s
more, though the, Russian, aeciutotned to friend and thosss of the Iltlke of Marl
rolllng Mains. Is Vnm-f l to mtich enthtl- ,.....!. fk. ,4.ttn ullt tnke tilace
slasw bt mountain ami valley hw trlk-
l thsn one ran nnd. for instance, in .S'esv
Chellabinsk Is bevaiid the mountains and
aires. I) in Asit. but not in Sibetta. as It
le in the internment of Orenburg The
population, which It eomewher.- between , dent of the Urnnd Trunk.
1.. i ami .J.noe. i rapidly increasing, thank Thu marriage will connect the limise
o the railway, and i likely to continue to . f Vanderbllt to the principal dilcill
do to, as from here a branch line U belhg ' ,itl) " .J , riViiuii emnlr- nnrtlcil
butlt to the ivrm-Tlumen road, whleh families of the Hi II h empl . nnrticu
crossts the Urals further north I lrl' those of Itutcleitgh. Itoxbi r g
Th afAtiAn i it ti.iat t-lt-. la n nnrl A l.fntrii-n rhr DltKP Oi -ncrCtirn
irooJ mil nil a hnif frvm th- .. ami
al.,.1 1. m ...I....1. 1. ....., 1.. .. ....
aOOtlt It a suburb la aillrLlv tfr.itv.nv III,.
The place Itseir is in some wa not unlike
some of our own Western clttis of the same
site, with Hs unfinished building and gen
eral air of untuls newness; but there is
less bueile. and the color Is different, for,
instead of our presaillng while, most of the
house are unpalnted and weather stained,
glslng a generally dark effect. Very lif-
ferent. too, is the population, ss-lth Its 1 -
dl-r and offltiats tn uhlform, it peasants
star the lower chuwes m the liusslan towns
till are peasants, long bearded, red shirt -
edl. its Tartars and Klrshn. the latter of
whom are ant 10 lit in ihe urronn.UnK
country, from sshlch they come In to mar-
The street ir retvtt1 i.h.1 sleadslns- . IfS
the low houses, ortcn of loss, stragg.lng
along loosely on either side, and carriages
tor hire abound, a the distances are con
siderable and the Russians are not fond of
walking . Beside tho thuiches most of the I
cmer minting are puollc ones, such is
oliitlal residi tun, schools, the olllecs of
the railway, etc-. The shops are small, but
apparently not ill supplied. Here and theie
one may see the- omi.ti n sent bicycle.
The Trans-ctlierian itself Is at present
finished and open from Chellabinsk to
Omsk, a distance of 741 sersts. or about
iJOtf miles. It takes near) forty-eight houis
to traserse this, not so much on account
of the easy slowness of the ttuln as be
cause at only one station does It stop for
less than tssenty minutes, sshlle an hour
or more is not Infrequent.
Our train ssas it laltl) long one, and
packed, many of the upper elass passen
gers being on goseinment serslce; among
them half a dosen engineers ssho ssere
going 2.UO0 or 3.( miles further to ssork on
anotner section or tne ro.ta. uesiaes sev
eral baggage cars. etc. there sseie three
elasses for travelers. There -were no Jlrst-e-litss
cars, and the tsso seconds ssere bor
rowed from elsesshere. and so old. bad and
oxercrowded ssere they that, like many of
the other unfortunates with eoond-elas.
tickets, I preferred to ride third. These
thirds svere the best I have eser seen,
nese-bullt expressly for this line, and capa
ble at night of being turned Into sleepeis
ssith three tiers of bede, thus insuring each
of us it sshole one, even If It ss-as only a
board The flse fourth-class cars ssere like
freight cars, plus a fess svindosss, and were
prosided ssith benches, (Med svlth men,
women and thlldien. a sturdy, cheerful
crowd, not at all miserable In appearance,
bound for the broad vacant lanu to the
Kast. Emigration to Plherln has Increased
o-rj fast In the last fess years. Por a long
time it was unwisely discouraged bv the
gos.rnment, which made futile effoits to
check or limit it. This polio) has not tieen
abandoned, and last year well oser'a hun
dred thousand colonists ciosed the fral-.
the majority of them by the rorth of Tlu
men. and thence by steamer to Tomsk
There are xarious causes for this most
ment, such as exhaustion of the soil or
cross th of population till the lan Is of the
Mir or commune are overciowdcd. but ptr
hai a the chief one is the restless, wan
dering spirit so characteristic of the Rus
sian peasant. The extension of nillsvas
must stimulate this emigration, svhich ssdll
oon assume dimensions equaled only, if
at nil. by that of Kuropeane.
Such of the stations as ssere finished ss'ere
satisfactory brick buildings, ssith granite
wa ir lossers near by. and each svlth Its
embro gard"n At each the sight ss-as the
utile. Knowing that the wait ssould be a
long one, the paste-ngers streamed out for
oii exercise and refreshments.
Three times a day we came to a buffet
with sery tolerable food, and more than
ample leisure ssas allowed for a meal, svhlle
at every stopping place there ss-as a great
stmosar tilled ssith boiling water, from
which any one could nil his precious tea
kettle gratis. A little ssay off. kept at this
respectful distance by the orders of the
gendarme who paced the platform, stood a
cross d of peasants ssith ssild strawberries
or fish or vegetables or kumiss for sale,
and from them the emigrants seemed to
get most of their food, which they eked
out with much t.u. The tosvn or village
that the station represented was frequently
not In sight, and In no ease very close. In
stead, there stood nondescript s-ehlcles to
carry any possible visitor to it. Among
the loafers about sseie good natured Klr
utiiz, men of a marked Mongolian type, nnd
t lad in sheepskins svlth the wool Inside,
They are laigelv still in a pastoral state
and own much of the land in this region, to
the discontent of the more pushing Western
Tin re are but tsso towns of any impor
tance along the route, Kurgan and Petro
pavlossk, each with some 10.t.) or 13 OO
inhabitants. The ss hole ss-ay lies through
a prairie broken b continual patt hes of
svoods or noss and then a salt lake.. The
soil seemed to lie a layer of black etilh
over sand. It e-an be fearfully cold here In
svlntcr, and must offit be equally hot and
dusty in summer, but, thanks to cloudy
sseather and occasional shossers, sse, at
least, had nothing to complain of in this
respect. Thus for tsvo das and nights sve
Jogged along until, on the third morning,
sse s.tss- before us. rolling northss-ard. the
great liver irtysh, partly spanned by a
half finished railway bridge. By us svero
omo ssooden barracks for a temporary
Station, and In the distance, four or live
miles off, the roofs and domes of the capi
tal of this region, the e ity of Omsk.
.lU.xri.ow i:k m:i:d.
Qui nemo's cob pipe factory is so ruhed
with orders that it Is compelled to put in
Johnson county farmers base shipped In
several carloads of stock cattle from the
diouth stricken district of Ohio.
Olatbe's schools are o crosvded thnt the
board has been compelled to Idle out
side looms tor the accommodation of the
Panning land in Kastcrn Kansas is
steadily advancing In xalue. A tra.-t of
lui aire in Units it county sold for C3 un
acio the other day.
Pall svheat has begun lo come up In
Pat ton county, but the AJsocaie says it
svill ba a iniiacle If it ign't all eaten olt
by the grasshoppers.
All other schemes for the salvitlon of
WU lilta having failed, Lena Mason, the
celebrated colored exaugell-tt, is making a,
last, de-spolrlng effort In that dlroLtlon.
Wichita will havo to straighten up Jts
fnco and look nltaiant before the flit of
tne moiiin. tnu Kansas piiotogrnphfrs'
Association is to meet tlure at that time,
ltailroad men suy that hot winds of the
most scorching kind have prevailed out
be) and Anthony and Klotsn, and that the
grass looks as If tt had paused through u
The way Bent Muidock puts himself to
sleep, iKi-ordim- to Ills Bldorado Itepub
iban: "A nice old man hull who eats .t
laiee en. umber I'leklu before reiinng su
it inakts him sleep."
Spilti Hill can undoubtedly lay claim
tu tliu thirstiest man In the statu. He
ssas In Kansas City, Kas., the other day
and oss-ns up to hnving dUc-oscred the
ss hereabouts of e-lglity-elyhl joints.
When the loeul napvr boastlnglj asaerts
that "While Cloud Is getting io be uulte
a btig) to.sn," the Kserist ilnterprlso
luianly make hiate to atinounee that
"trasellng men elulm the sdnu thing."
John Wolf, of lllllnwood, .omiilucently
chinks himself under the chin mid smiles,
and poe-lbly Insltes a friend or tsso to
smile with him It enn b. done lu i:in.
ssood, eu knots H he pliusantly leilects
on his iahw bushel corn yield this year,
Mrs. ilosernor St. John has returned to
Oldthe from. Southern Callfoinld. She
stopped ass Idle, on her ssaj home at Crip
ple Cnek, Col., svhere her son, John P.
St. John, Jr., Is mining for gold, svlth ap
parently good piospeets for a rich strike.
Miss I.tlu. Huidlng lliigg, Wl. hlta's
IcuJiiig authoresii, U bdek from an Pastern
sojourn Miss llugg's lileiury works hase
bun particularly well ree-elsed by the
iiKiiopolltan trltlcs, und one book has al
ii ady been translated Into Prench and
The home talent production of "A So
tlul nldss." In. KUkttaon, the other night,
ssas swallossid svith su-h asilty by the
lurge audience present that some of the
particularly good people ssent around the
next morning to consult ssith the county
dttorney about It, '
ENGAGED, SURE ENOUGH.
Miitll-oriniqli ton tel the nf! Imprrtrh
mini niiil Uiiill I lull He' lining "
Mum Mlit S unilrtlilll.
Ni sv York. Pept - The engngemf lit
, . i,.i, .,e Sl-vili.o.oirli t..
, "f the soung Huke of MBllbotnitlgn 1'
' Ml t'onstielo Vnnderbllt, daughter oi
... ,. u sy ) VtuiderMIt, sshlch
;Mr """ Mr ,',.", .,i ,i.,.i
ha bf.n rcpoatPtlly nnirtneil and dpiite-i
during the at month, svas formally an-
,,, t-nia-h. Th duke htinelf Is
nounced io-nlgnt. The tniKe ninn-ii i.
authority for the atntemetil. lie ssa
- .. In Waldorf hotel ntul asketl con-
Un,J? the latter part of this year In
Vow V.iet. "
The duke eald he would leave to-
morrow on a ttlp througn tne stnte as
, the guest of Sir Itlver Wilson, presl
. 19 n uc of the I ntkc of Marlborot....
' ... . . , u.lltu ...lit I Sn
All Amrlcnni are familiar sslth the
history of both families t" this union
The marriage of the father nt the nung
duke to an Amerl'an lndy In Nesv York,
Mr liammersles. Is a pad of leccnt
history, as I the winirntlon ami divorce
1 ()f the father and mother of the voting
i lirttle-to-be. The duke ha been In this
, country but a few seel,s nnd most of
Iii, ,? i.. LI Vk. ,n-i nf Mrs
' '?nt,,lm.t( ?8,1 7" a,t'Z v.wimrt
' Vanderbllt In her magnificent Ntort
home. The frequency svlth sshlch he has
heen swn in nubile svlth Mis Vninler-
but has gis'en ground for the cuirent te-
j ...,, rt fSle nnirniremerll. so thnt the
announcement ss-ill be no surprise to the
i... . w. ...... . ;-""" ' ' . : :;
BRETHREN OF THE THREE LINKS
soscrclgn (ir.tnil l.odee t. O. O. P. nt At-
bintlc City, ". .1.. Considers Mutters
of lute ret to the r-lfl.
Atlantic City, X. J., Sept. 20 -A deter
mined effort Is being made by tho Soverlegn
Grand Lodge I. O. O. P.. to push the busl
ness of the session In order to adjourn to
morrosv. Hepresentntlsc Grossman, of Ness
.Icrse.s, introduce.! a resolution prosldlng
that suitable memorial pages of deceased
memlcrs of soscrclgn lodges be placed In
the reslscd journal. It svas fas-ornbly re
ported ly the committee on legislation nnd
adopted. The committer- on Patriarch Mili
tant, lo whom ssns referred the recommen
dation of the grand sre in reg.trd to
chnnur in the tode of that branch, re
ported a number of amendments, and all
The committee on leg!latIon made a re
port recommending the adoption of the
follow tng resolution, making a change In
the by-lnsss of the sovereign grand lodge,
sshlch had been iiitrodtiietl by Hepresenttt
tlses Well and Lankester, and lefi-rred to
the committee) svho resolves! that
the lasst clause of article 22 of the
by-lasss of the soserelgn grand lodge be
amended by adding after the words "to
ssear" the follosslng:
Presiding that grand bodies may adopt a
lntdge of uniform -Ize and design, the color
to conform ssith existing regubitlons
The clatiseas ainendeei reals ,vs folloss-.s-"At
the session of grand bodies in lieu of
regalia, herelnbefote described, a llbbou
may be worn of the color of the highest de
gree the member has attained, hnslng at
tached theieto tiny jessel ssluch he 1 en
entltled to ssear. prosided that the ginud
loelge ma adopt a badge of uniform sle
und design, the color to conform ssilh ex
isting legutations '
The re-iwrt an.l resolution ssere adapted
b a sote of ail s-tates. and glses members
of those bodies the prlsiiege of tseat. ng a
ribbon designating their rank and station,
in tew d of svearing regalias.
The ptopositlon to create a degree for
Itebekah state assemblies ssas defeated.
Past Grand Sire Nicholson, of Philadel
phia, moved that the report from the ju
diciary ommltte-e on tlecMons of the grand
sire be acted upon. The motion ss'as curled.
I'l.OT 1 OK A MIVI.I-
lr.ii.-lc Kteut In Imll t Whit It SS'imlil Por in
a Wonderful ltniii nice.
Prom the Cochin Argus.
A Brahmin tiaseling betsseen Clilttur and
Nemara svas belated on the road and nQkeel
for shelter for tin night at a house, sshere
he was retelsed bs tsso N.ilr ssonien. He
entrusted to the elder sl-t.r 1 OOO itipees fur
sxfe keeping Th.s rouse i her cupidity and
induced tur to propose to h-r ounger sis
ter to make assay with their unsuspecting
guest and pocket the nion. y. The Inttei
hoss-eser, stoutly refused to tuke part in the
crime. Later in the nlsht the husband of
the elder ssotnan arilsed on the scene,
sshen he readily fell in ssith the proposal of
his wife. In the meantime, the juiinger
ss-oman. determined to usert the murder,
roused her unsuspecting guest, ssho ssas
sleilng in tt setiinda, wained him of his
danger, und locked him up in n culluiu at
tached to the house. The brother of the
tsvo ssomen returned tossard midnight, and,
fatigued with his Journey seeing the hotiso
shut, quietly lay dossil i.nd slept on tin mat
vacated by the Brahmin. Soon after the
ss-ould-bc murdereis. utterly unconscious of
the change mnue in the occupant of the
mat, settled the sleeper ssith one blosv of
the tlce pounder, and buried the cotpse In
tho durk svlthout knowing of their fatal
mistake, and effacing all traces of ihe
blood that ss-as split retlltd to their guilty
In the morning the Brahmin was released
by his fair rescuer, and ssord-s cannot de
scribe the surprise and horror th u over
came the muidciers sshtn their supposed
victim apiieured before them and demanded
the money. Dumb with horror,they restored
it to the Brahmin, ssho gave information
to the police of his intended murder While
police liniulry ssas In progress it transpired
that the mother of these svomen had mE
terlously disappeared. The police accord
ingly made a vlgoious s'atcli and un
earthed the rorpso of the deceased and
found some blood stains at the douretep
sshlch had not been ss holly n-niosed. Tho
police have nucordlnuly arrested the cul
nrlts and the matter is under tuseatigailon.
To conclude thi Inteiest of the nanatlso
sve huse only to add that these reselatlons
have Impressed tho Brahmin sslth .t duo
sense of the extent of the dungi-i- he had
escaped and the magnitude of the erslce
tendered to him by his n-cuer. He there
fore mide he r a present of the l.tW) rupeis,
which was the original Incentive to crime
on the patt of the murderers.
CHAM. i. ii nis; si: in; in:.
Pretty .Marie, the. Mtiri'-n llelle. Prosed to
lie it Sinn,
When the North German liner Sinle nr
rlsul recently from Bremen she brought
among lur passi-ntis a stet ra-i belle
known mils as Mui'.o to her fellow e.n.
ugers Miirles cheeks were as: smooth as
velset, and her full, red llns parte.! in per
petual smiles over pearl-like teeth. Her
blonde hair, short and curly, ssas wotn in
a sent of soulirilte tousle. She was the
leaunig spirit in u ousy oi Herman malj.
Curl I'dur Uses svlth his family at No.
50C Past Fifth street, where preparation
sseie lecently made to let else Mrs. Paur's
sister, hither bound on hoard the Saale,
Winn the ship united on August 2ti Mrs.
Pdiir went to Pills Island, ive-1. tuned her
sister and was Introduicd to Marie, ssho
ssas In in ed uf usslstume,
"Take me to the ill)." coaxed tho gen
tle stranger; "keep me for a night or tsvo
,it join house, kpd help mo to Und iny
When Mr. Paur negotiated the discharge
of his slster.ln.lasv he did a Ilka serstco
Arris ing at the Paur homestead, In Past
Pifth street, Mario dress the head of the
house aside, thrust some gold pieces Into
his hand, and In a voice trom sshlch all
fLinlnlty hud vanished, said: '
"Kindly buy me a ebod suit of clothes,
coat, sest and trousers. Bring along a
shirt ami collar and i pair of No, D shoes
Noss-, don't hiS'o a Ilt sshen you hear the
truth. I am a man and am dead tired of
lursets and skills.
"I am not a fugitive from Justice," he
said. "I iim onl 1'J yea is old. and a Ger
man of good family. My disguise ssas
forced upon me. In order to as old military
serslce I hud to steal out of Germany
dressed as u ssoman."
left Hardly An tiling 1'ndoiie.
A newspaper correspondent at Middle
town, K. Y announces in a dispatch that
shortly after the return of Hiram Horn
beck, a penitent prodigal son, a thundcr
stoim arose and lightning killed a calf on
tho farm where Hiram's paients resided,
hit the family Bible, opened It at the
iifteenth chupter of Luke and marked thei
twinty-thlrd erse, sshlch reads as folloss-s:
"And bring hither the fatted calf
and kill It, and lu us eat and be merry,"
li LAy, I -. - .rs
Jicri' tj. ' n
A tnti't ami a ntprmiM sit on the beach,
A the day ssas Itirnina to night.
And pul I pretty tompllment each to each,
As the rule of pnlpe society leach,
Tho' enth fhoughl the other a. fright.
"I do o admire your lovely hair,"
staid the mnld svlth n smile most sweet;
"I'm sure It must be sottr fondest care,
It's soft ami It falls right down well
I almost said lo jour feet."
"Oh' do not dllre! jourself, I prav,"
The mermaid nt once replied.
"I'm not in the least bit sensitive; they
I mean sour feet aren't they in your
And the mermaid laughed aside.
The mnld sprang tip. and her eyes were
She wns dressed In a gosvn from Prance.
"O! Isn't the ocean divine lo-nlght7
And the wines, OI aren't they feathery,
My! Don't you Just long for a dance?"
And the ocean Jeered nt the mnld ashore,
While the mermnlds downward flung.
And the moon came up (ns It has before),
And snld. "Dear mc. It's the same uproar,
And all o' a woman's tongue."
Burglars have reaon to be discouraged
os or their recent experiences svlth the nosv
woman. Mrs. Johnstone McKnne, of Wash
ington, Pa., found a thief secreted In her
cellar She seettrid her husband's revolver
nnd llred tsvo lneftectlse shots nt him. Ho
run out. but she Jumped Into the road cart
In sshlch she had Just returned home, pur
sued the fuglilve, os-ertook him ntul then
before her leveled resolver inarched him
Into town and turned him os-er to the sher
iff. The burglar took off his lint and said:
"Allow me to compliment you, loldy, on
your nerve. Had jolt been a man I'd havo
glsen )ou a fight, but nt) motto Is no
roughness to tho 1 idles "
Woman may nescr be elected to congress,
but she sslll es-er maintain the position of
?ivurkci ul me iiouse. a exits auiings.
Miss Grey "Not at all. The papers said
she ssn of piepos.se-sing appearance."
Nesv iork Journal.
Dobbs "Maria, thnt beast of a dog of
yours muHl go. She has Just, bitten a piece
out of the calf ot my leg."
Maria "Oil, tills is too terrible."
Dobbs "It Is a comfort to have soma
sympathy lor onco."
Mai la "1 ssns not thinking of you nt all,
but the seteiinary suigeon jesterd.i or-
uereei poor j-ioirie to lie resiiicteii to
Mme. Adam, the famous Parisian editor.
In the course of a singular!) conlidlng In
ters less, tells hose unhappy she ssas in her
'illy married life, nnd closes the story of
her cnteer sslth tills st.ttt ment: "Men hnva
been the trial ot nu txtstencc, and the
sincere ones the most troublesome."
During these sultiy days, when Joints of
nu at rue not appetizing, we base used up
scraps of chicken, ham or s-eal by miming
them finely, bolstenlug svith good sshitu
sauco or thick brossn grnsy, and then roll
ing a large spoonful of this mixture in a
delicately iiinae little pancake. Theso pan
cakes look scry prett on a slls-er dlslt
garnished stith puslej, and are, more
oser, It nicely made, excellent eating,
Vegetable marrosxs, svlth their Beeds nnd
flbious centers le-niosed, make excellent
cases for veal and hnin. but they should
be braised sslth thick graxy und seised
stry hot Indeed. We have been eating
that delectable x'egelublo nublsson, latelj,
and lias n tiled sal Ions ss.is of cooking It,
but on the sshole piefer il cut In slices and
fried and sersed hot ssitli pi pper and salt,
on leant like mushinoiu.s, when it tastes
something llko tho manosv in boms.
Gloves of glace kid are all the vogue
this fall. The smele glose Is looked upon
as soinesshnt doubtful b.s ssomen of fa Ii
Inn. The nets est close Is of il.uk greeu
glace kid It fastens sslth four lug-1
svhlle pearl buttons and Is stltthed nnel
bound sslth white I. Id Dark red gloses are
also In fasoi and the more eselusive on-s
are .stltthed In sshltc and fastened sslth
white buttons. Blue-grny glnce kid gloves
are among the novelties displayed for fall
wear They are Just blue enough to bo a
tillle eonspltiious, though If ss-orn svlth a
bltek gown thi) would be In good taste.
Nesv York Jouinnl: Mrs. Phillips "I llks
this uig.tn grinder f.u better than tho one
ssho ssns outside half an hour .IKO."
Mis Phillips (ssho has just been reading
a musical criticism in the paper)-"Because
this man has such a superb touch
and plays sslth such expression."
Pentlters are cserjtshero They are com
bined this fall with Imitation Jess-els and
sslth jet In tormlng most elaborate trim
mings. Vnnelske points made of black
ostrli h feathcis aie strikingly effective ou
n light tinted evening gown. Small, curly
tips are the sogu- for outlining a decollet i
bodice Many of ihe more expenslso cloth
towns sslll u-e tiny featheri as trimming,
'lhey will be appllmitd to the bodlie to
form a sen, or Just a suggestion of them
used In denning tho seams leathers svlll
be laslshly combined sslth Jewels and
feather bands will be seen framed In span
This Is thn latest sandwich hymned bs
cplcures nnd evolvul from the inner con
jelousneas of the eief e.f a certain great
lady. Take thin slices of svhite iire.-t.i i,.
ter generously, und spread slth grated
walnuts, filberts, Brazilian, or any nuts
jou please. v
notable cosmetic and regulating dos,s
ilutl'K llu Tie li.mL- ..u iim .......i it
of Oningu Is tliu Juice of sugar beets
JTi"'1"1! i"1""1 n,",,,rt beforu the tiro
w the rich syrupy Juice out,
, Iti tablespoonttii doses once an
With HM llllli I. lu.nnn 4..l.. .
- ::" -; ,.nit jun-t; or port
as ngittablf, Is mid to be the mi.
or muKing pule blood, next to fresh
If sse have pioltnded a llttjo wisdom and
niodordllon aboui our s-hoei of late sso
are luoiniitly to gisu up all ihaiT Vor i
r .aruoterlstie: ot tin, ,iertod taVliion is
about to ii-pioduce is extreme! fanciful.
new, of footgear, and the. hUh heels and
bs bowed and rose tied Insteps of he court
of Louis X VI. aie. of course, la i be a !
cepted Willi tho rest of its' frivolities
Haiiu shoes with hlu'h oursea hiisUml
ir.y pointed toes will be worn lo mauS
tho gown selected, and just on or below
tho liifitep. so lifted lino prom nenee wni
lest an enormous rosette, making "he foiit
seem. Indetd. only a Httfe peeping toe hi
lots tho mountain of Instep. h bK
,Jiho..f8nSy ,or ru't he"cls will be reslved
tn, Ulu,0"B acs'fpted shoe or oVfont
still haso no ldaco for drtssv nn,,:;. "
Iilead. the slipper, cut bllrh t Vhl10'
nnd with loose,1 lilgl1, Si, eUdongJ; ?."
In front io lie over the in, up sill iMr?, ' ,'
S"a, .'n... ,9'' fas'liioiK-d buck esl.i,r '
"tsalstcd,' If I may suy so, on helts ev1,1
como back to their p!act on ii,. '. vv '
and rosetles of tho 'slipper T he P,JM
slipper, cue low. and fittinir with ,,. ""
ment and llko a 'ekrte, v ft r.iomeK.0!"''
to bo put dssay for a chi. t ,.V tIlliva
Poraltof our sflppers tt, ts swl selm1.'1 ',0"'
slendernes of unkle s ii thK uJ ky
su.d and arch of f oot ', ' '" f ml '
girkf whose ftet oro not larkim- ,' .,' e
points svlll ihave tMngs ill iheirBoi.an li" u
av they hast, not for no t,c "' w'
Miss Grey "Mrs. Handsome has had
such an experience, pa! Arrested for shop
lifting' All a mistake, of course!"
Mr. Gres- "f Kimnnse sliei c.is verv much