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TIIK KANSAS CITT JOURNAL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1895.
1ARDNER WON ON A FOUL,
iib if At stih't .i.t. 111 r on in tiii:
1IIIUTI r.MII ItOl'MI.
Tim lmu t'lly 1 ml llenrlcd In I'nfrtlr
righting Win ii lie Saw Ho Vi llettrll
ninl Hi" llrfcrrn Nm I nreeil In
Cllro the llirlelnii Auiilu.t llltm
CKju Oittnei, the "iimih KM," and
titorgi H a ii of Sioux Civ, tn- I jmtenlny
.if I rnxin tin .in Inland In the Missouri
river in a light to n llnlnti for n atuho mid
the gvte n on-j The Iwillc wns ti hard
nn 1 ubborn one. linrdner netting tho lie-
cition in ii thirteenth round on n foul.
'i n lii .'. lulon ma rendered Until-
i i J .ill itu' bent of tha ImttU, an he
i f r I tin fighting from Uio atatt.
.' b'Kim fouling after half n iloacn
i nit-- had In mi fought and Kept II up !
i rt iii I warnings from the referee.
uuillv in the thirteenth loiihd he dellb-
nui) IiukkkI llHtdner around the neck
i Kir liim the knee, whereupon th
f re give the tight to Oardner. The
di . n met with general approval, tie
Stout k ta. ti were mnnlfoatly nnftilr.
TI tit, it wn U idtrli weight, encli of
t' c m n w trhimr In th neighborhood of
l.t .ml- Pidd I'm tell and Tom Mi
ll w i in Unrdner' corner, while
( u I i mgiierty nnd Jlmm Weedy
wcr I Mill Stout Thtt buttle wile w li
ne I ti d'-onl -J aporta. The ncene wus
r i '. if in. an of u bout, which left the
f it 'Mil Mrei.t at 2 o'clock The bittle
IiPt. iti .it in nt 4 o'cloek, nnd II wan after
ii rk In' .re tin- port) returned to the eltv.
It j' It m. ii allowed lgni of punishment,
I it H' lit w.ii much the worse punched.
I ii r inl-ltoth mn nparred very
M u f e an opening Stout leads nnd
Ian 'i lieu Iv on Ili Ktd fare. Stout
K 'i ' - l. "1 Unidmr ducks cleverly
nn i tii I.' i wicked uppi-reiit awing. At
l i r il the Mil knock Stout down
It ii in t lorin r
S j I r Hid -The men eome together
Mi'h i r nu ninl Stout kho k the Kid
d A n Tli Iv I taken eiRht aecondi to get
up l tl i I or the round the Kid looks
Th.r i ro til Holh inrn come up amlling
nn 1 tin Kit knock Stout down with n
Mrn i lit pun' It In the fate, drawing the
Out Tl Kid h.i the Wl of the round,
1 Jtirtlt I omul Stout khuika the Kid
il-own In tlv opening rnllv, but the Kid Ii
up jikii n In a i" con I Stout ban the Kid In
1 ) watir but the Kid escupx liv u clever
ilili k Ju ax the gong oounded Stout
lauUi a bo i blow on the Kid.
I'lftli rjun I Hoth men begun lo show
the etfei ts of the fast wotk the were
ilolni.. nnd ihlH round opened mther tainc
h The kiJ IindH on Stout's noee again,
I'liiisluK the cliuel to How freel. In n
rllnih Stout 'luiiiiilttteil a dcllliernte foul
by biting the Ktd on the netk. Hardiiet
kno kn Stf.ut down with a lft blind Jib
nnd Sloui in (in the ground when thu gong
sour. Is, be'nir do,n nine second".
Sixth round Stout nme tu the semteli
appiircntl) vtry groggy but full of light.
Sum Iiiik h lerv foul way of lighting
which Ii not popular with the crowd. In n
nutting ex hnnge the Kid lands u right
bund ewing on fetout and the Kid In tnlng
to gtt awuy fnlN down with Stout ytmidlng
over him The Kid's Keconds claim n. foul,
whl h 13 not allow i-l
Seventh rouml While the men nro In the
corner the referee warns Stout repoatedlv
nbout lib fo-il lighting. Stou U'.hIh an I
inlrEcs an I falls down. tnkln' lle econdM
to rle. The Kid planlH thn e itralglit Jabs
In succession on Stout's bleeding nose,
which imkes the l.itti r wltne Very llttlo
lighting is U ine In thli round
nigluh round This round is tho t.nneit
of tlie whob rimtist, ,n each inuii Is tired,
nnd batli spnr for wind Stout swings
wildly with his left The Kid dodges and
the gong en Ii n tame round.
Nln'h round Hoth men ei nmeil to have
gained their wind ngaln. Stout swings, but
misses, The Ktd lands u heuy puiuh on
Stout'i optl Stout lends ami lands on thn
Kid's noJ. Stout swings and misses, slipi
nnd falls down Stout takes six seconds to
Titith round It is now only n question of
tinio bow long Stout will Inst, us the Kid
lias his fai Ix-iiten to ribbon. Stout
maken one of bis wild swings In tho open
ing, but f ills to land Stout lead and
lands on the Kid's nei'k. Stout swings but
tho ICI 1 dr lge- and gets aw.ij. Stout tries
to force the light throughout the lound,
but the Kid ts too clever for him.
eleventh nutnl Stout still continues to
swing, but does nut land. Stout lias nn
opening, but does not take advantage of
it. Stout hit the Kid In a breakaway
after .1 clinch. Stout is ery groggy at end
Twcirth round Stout runs the Kid
iiround the ling, but cannot hit him. 'I tin
Kid ngiilti hits Stout In the fuce and ono
of Stout eyes commences to eloe. Neither
tighter heard the gong when tt sounded
an 1 the referee hnd to separate them
Thirteen h round The men came to-
frether wh 11 rush, and In a clinch Stout
mil the Ki l's head In chain erv and de
liberately put his knee into the Kid's Md
on which the i-ttm .rv prupctlj uward
(J the conical to Cir.ln'r.
MISSOURI HAS ASJRONG ELEVEN
The Tigers Are Working Hard nnd l'iptcl
to Mnko a (iiifid let ord for the
Columbia Mo . Oi t. a (Special ) Dur
ing tlu wteK the new g mniirium of the
Vnlvcndt oi Missouri has been open to
Htudeiitt! Uhlle thi apparatus Is not nil
Iieic, rnowgh has been plmeil in position
to uuuwoi ail retiulrements, nnd the largo
room preset t- quite neat nnd uttnwtlvo
nppearan e Idieitor U. V. Cutler exam
ines eelj H'llilcut, notes his phyntcal
shortci 111111R an 1 gles dlrectloui for woik
111 th B imi.islum 10 suit the individual
The ft Mhall team has moed Into Its
new bath n d locker moms In the main
building limine- the diy w.nther the teini
has bi en in a- tn lug on a glassy spot neni
tho lluibcn mansion, on the iigrlciilturnl
farm. Art ini,. inents hu been made to
wprlnkle Mi iew athbtie Held, us It ts
My dr) at im i nt, It n ciulres about Ih)J
rallot of wuiei to fettle tho thick dust on
The first gume of tlie seaion In which the
Mlssou I I 1 rs will take part will be
jilned In ' Ininhlit to-morrow, with the
St li'llu 'i leu Club This team whs
nlro the 1 im me plnycd with lust year.
They 1 ai f .r 1 npialn K 1'. Harilson,
lialf-ba k of the Tigers In 'PS, and It Is re
ported tint they hue a good team Tho
next L' win that is to bo nlnw d In UjIum.
Ida I-. to 011 off net Saturday, October
IS, with the inuii from Yundribllt linlver
t, N I'lu'll" Tenn, The game will prob
ably be hi ij oiilmted. as Vanderbllt had
hnxr ilf hi am last jiar Thev have onv
of the T cr of "U Charby I'niliH', lor
end 'It litrsliv has prolmblv the
Mrongf t team of Tlgeis this uur It has
vcr hid Urh such old men back as
'I'll inn in enter, Adam Mill fur guard,
c- b j 1111 I I'auley at tackle, Shaw ban,
"c ing nnl A'eii b hind the line, they urn
T( I t 1 in th. ir iiuigth with any team
Jn the 1 t Trainer llllss has brought
(Hit the hi 1 mateilal and iH quite i.on
llr! ii Thr 1 am is prni tlclug hard und
t "m of the ri 1 the games look like inati h
contest Ti fit 11 will be in line 1 mdi
tl u f-r U lmleibili game, JJxi urslon
tra-" 1 wi I he run on that day from Mo
berl l'a"'te I'ulton and Jiiffersun Citj,
to t- e thi In onti.st of streugth between
jit ourl lie I Tennissee
'I he t he lub of games following this
game W .1 follow . Purdue unlMTslts
Mis:iuil State IlllUcr.ll) , at St. I.ouls, Or.
toher 19, Nebrask i v. Missouri on No
vember 2, at Omaha or St Jueph; Depau
university. Indiana, w. Mi-.oiirl Stain uni
versity, Rl S' I.ouls. No ember tl lown
v, Mlssnnr at Iowa f'lt.i . November Hi;
Kanas Ml.-ouil, Kansas City, Thiiukn.
CORBETT ISANXIOUS, TOO,
He I Very Deilrmu nl tletllug at I'lUilin.
11101K and the sooiii r til" lleltrr
The llefiren Mutter.
San An'onlo, Te , Oct. 6. forbolt and
party nrrrHtl bero tlds morning at 7
from vw (irti-uns iiurmK tn uiiernoon
lit) l"'t (le in ipher of tho lub'lsla-tuie who
were ri' "I "K from Austin. All of thtm 1
Bought In roduetion. C'orbelt greeted them 1
plensant'y and twitted tht-m Jocoaelj ic- I
far ''is 'h( ri in Kgislutlon To an As
so c !(! renrei"tutic Corbett said,
h f It (x e dingl) well, ills apiwurani
mw -rr -11 01 Ative tuitllinoni. fur ne w 1
erv le rlul and his (5e were bright. Ills
fa 11 I I an t theie Is a glow of health
t'orlxi't jii plains thai the pers In New
Orlcai da hlrn an Injustbe regirdltur I'uz
Biinu '!' ' tak moiidi
A few di before 1 loft ;ew York," the
tfiamplou Kid, "1'hll Owyer. the stake
bolder lami down to Anbury l'ark and
told mo that (4 Ut) of ritiaimmons' stakt
monty ha I betn attained IK said also
that he understood the remaining )Ui
7, auld alto tub attached, lie told uiv that In
he event 1 should win I would get no
take money n hatcher. Now, my friends
fcave put up J10,(W for me and they are
betting It against nothing I submit thit
it would not be acting fairly wph my
frlendA to cermlt this without at least it
( Reti-il ef rtmaoittancc. It nxias to u that
nt7lmniiMii ulnipty wnt 11 loie end of
the twt He lodM tin reptltntlon If I defent
him and he ha n elwnce, of edurte, to win
big money. I bqtw nnd believe." 1 onllnuel
Cntbelt,' ' that prin StlMft will be able to
pull the Hnt oft, but It I nn ntutred fact
that It will not be in pill l1ttmmon
wilt appenr Ibefe fetolier SI nnd he will get
hi lstiin hnlf of tlie fnrfeit money limt hn
lwen promised Now, after Kitfiimtnons
Bet that !M whnt then" He inn icket
It nnd wi trnvellnr oer the .-ountrv gnth.
erlng In the shei kel on the mlvertllhg he
Im hnd out of It. He 1 a big winner rlnht
"whnt t want I to hnc the rrferei ap
pointed now nnd hrtxe him gln imthnrltt
In wrltlne to name the btttle ground
hmilrt Stunrt be unnble to pull the tUhl
off. It that trfere.. hme the nnthorlt to
rny to in the moment Stunrt 5 he hn
fniled '.Meet me to-morrow nt ptieh nhd
tiei n plc nnd light for our lnke nnd
"If ritlmtnoh l o ery enter lo meel
me nn he preten Is, I that not nn excellent
wny f nniuirlng n meeting' It seemn to
me that It l fair 1 don't watittnnnme the
referee I am perf.-i tlv willing tlmt lit
lmmon nhnll name ls men and If these
be men nf known nbllltj nnd honent) I
will select lh" mnn. Ueorge Slier nnd
Yank' Sulllnn bnrred 1 want to llirht
l'llrMmmnn nnd I don t wnnt him to get
out of the e'nte without n meeting."
St, itnaeph l Attir tt.
Kt, Joseph. Mo, Oct. fi-A movement If
nn foot nmona the sporting men nf this
elt) looking toward the btlnglng off of the
t'orbett-Pltfdmmon Itilt nl this place. In
the middle or the Missouri rHtr oppoftttc
the tlty le n Islan I which ho been
formed bv tlie river In the past two jeflri.
On this Island the ttnI,n) ton nnn e
erttl other lights hnve heeti brought olT, the
nuthorltle nf Mlxourl nnil Knnsa being
unsucceBsful each lime In trlng to pre
ent the metln An association of
wealthy sports Is now aitanglng an offer
lo th mnnnger nf the Iwo puglllrtH tn
brine off the fight on this fslntid, nnd
claim truie will be no Interfereiue.
I lie Si linn lfer I'lti her Cninpllinelltetl.
I'red Mi Pill, the popular hall pliyer,
who hss pitched Tor the Sthmelxer' the
past fiinn, win yeeteidi presented with
h beautiful bat, hand'omelv decorated with
cmvlng and painted figures, emblematic
of tlii- great national game It wn ftoin
Charle Ilagcrlleld. of Columhu", O. who
Is a piHate In Compain II Twentieth In
fnntrv nt I'orl I,rnenworth. All of the
cirvlng and iigure painting was done bv
him dining leisure moment Mi Dili made
an unbroken record for the seaon. win
ning eei game he pitched for the Si htnel
y.eis. scbiiielreri Won In IMneu limine".
Tlie Schmelrers defeated the Leaven
wnith Iteds at Lemenworth esterlav In
an (leven inning game by ,1 score of II
to 17 The feitures of the game were the
pitching or Mi Dill, the Melding of Shu
meyti and alo the batting of these pln
ers. The Schmelzeis have been requested
tn pla one mote game with the Hawkins,
of Port Leavenworth. The game will
prolmblv be plnved next Sunday.
Another It 1.1 fur the Tight.
Henry, 111, (Ht t. There has been or
rnnlzt'u In this 1 Itv a stork company guar
anteeing f.-,ooc for the forheit-rit7lninioni
light The lomp.inv has seleeti d the llenrv
Islands located In the Illinois ilvei, two
miles south of this citj, belonging to the
I tilted States govt itiment The company
ehilnis to he able tn guarantee all protec
tion and no Interference from olllelnls if
the light Is secured for this plmc.
there Will liv l-nur I'erfnruiiiiiees ir thn
Special le 'I hid nk- I In, llirkei I'n.
litem in mill Ills Nlglitlj lt.it 1 1 .
There will be four pel formanees of the
"Stoi tiling ot Vli kshurg" at Kxpo'Itlon
ball park this vviek. The llrst will be
given to-monow night and the othei.s on
Vednefcila.Thursd.i and Saturday nights
To-morrow night will be "Knights of
rythl.11" night at the spectacle and the
special pyrotechnic set piece will be com
plimentary to that order, und will jepie
sent the badge of the I'nlform Hank. It Is
expected that theie will be n large at
tendance of I'ythlans
The "Storming of VIeksburg" has been
bv far the greatest of the I'aln spei tin les
ever presented In K.inas Clt.v, or, for that
matter, In the entire country The lire
works In particular are espeijallj line nnd
are cvcr bit as beautiful as those at the
world's fair, onlv, ot couise, theie am
not so initnj of them. The actual stoi til
ing of the 1 It and fort Is grand beyond
description, while tho many specialties
nnd negro choruses are all of a high cl.is
and thoroughl) pleasing One of the fent
uies Is the work of the colored people, who
furnish 11 large portion of the entertain
ment. Theie are nearlv a hundred of them
all fiom Kansas Cltv and vlclnltj and
under the dilectlon of the colored stage
manager, Augustus, they dani e, sing, box,
give cako walks, cut all kinds or amusing
shines and antics, and appear to have .1
thoroughly enjovable time out or It all
themselves Lie h one of them Is paid f1
renti 11 night and each regards hi" "four
bits' us a rich harvest. The darkey who
diii.es up as a policeman und who Is
tin own Into the water each night for the
11IIIU atlun of die crowd, receives W cents
oxti.i. because the water Is very cold and
this Is a fe.ituie of the performance which
he does not particularly enjoy The dnrk
cv quartette sings finely and is always
good for several encores by tho crowd. In
fact the entire colored feature of the spe. .
tncle is hugely enjoyed by everybody, n
well as h the pal tlclp.ints
Th're xx ill be a. great mnnv out-of-town
people In to see "VIeksburg" this week,
as the ruin of last Thursday prevented
their attendance when in for the "Car
nival." HAS AMI! Ili:it SCAI.1' IIDI'.MI,
Clint Newell .Vsiaiiltcd liy (ins II lughiiiiiii
ninl 1 wn other Mi 11,
Clint Nowall, whose scalp wni cut In
the tight at Schainagle'B saloon on Carni
val night, had another light ill front of
und In Frank Jones' hiiloon la ', night, and
In conscquem e has an additional scalp
wound on his heud this morning. The
wound was Indicted by Uus lluughman, n
brother of "llillv" Ilnuuhman. who at
tempted -sub I Je In Clulstle's saloon Satur
Acioidlng lo the stoiy told by Newnll,
he was standing In flout of the (It and
opeia house shoitlj hi fore 11 o'clock,
wilt, hlug ihe 1 lowd leave the Hunter. As
the lust few passed he .sun teri Into Janes'
saloon, lie was Jim ei term), the hallwuy
leading to the side dour whn Huuglumin
slipped up behind him and strip k hltn
over the head with the butt end of a re
volver, knoiklng him down and cutting
his sialp Just over his tort ear. Newnll
snuggled to his feet, and as he did so
saw that Ilaughmiin was im ninpanled by a
man named Iutt), and anothir man whose
face was familiar, but whose name he did
not know. Tin j had lovolver in theli
hands and were cvidentl) intending to use
them New all sprung to his feet and
rushed Into the saloon, dosily followed by
the thr-e men. Newnll dodged ihiotigh
the irowd III the place, and some pf tho
by-sunder stopped the puitsueis One of
the men tiled to dodge past the mini who
was holding him. Newnll saw the move
nnd with 11m leap he .learnl the bar and
ran Into the otIUe In fmnt of the saloon
llaughman and hl fitends left, and in a
few minium N. wnll followed. He H,.t tu
polln headquarter and had ids wound
I'leinint (,ir H.1,1 ltiii,,,.
The plucn of toiment to which all wicked
Huddhlsls are ant 10 he consigned on the
dai of ilnal reikonlng U. providing Midi
H thing he possible, a more terrible pbn e
of punishment than the Chilstlan holl Is
siipposul lo In. The lluddhist hell Is a son
of apartment Ionise, dlvldid Into eight
"easy stages " In the first the poor v. tlm
s cutiipellecl to walk for untold uges in his
bare feet ovei hills thickly set with ted
hot needles, points upward. In the seiond
stage the skill is all carefully Died or
rasped from the. body and Irritating mU
turis apidled In ihe third stage the nails,
hair and eos are plucked out. and the
denude.! bodv sawtd und planed Into all
sorts of fantatic shap.-s In the fourth
stage is that of "sorrow Iiir lumenlatluiw."
In the llfth Hie left side of the body ami
tlie denuded hi ol are carefully loasted,
oma, the Iluddblkt Satin, superintending
the work In the sixth stage the urips nro
lorn fiom the Ixwiy und thrown Into uu
linmeiisH vat oiuong the eyes, nulls ami
hair 1 renously removed. ,
Thin, In iduln harlng of the sore-footud, !
blind, maimed, roasted und Mh.iIIiil- eh.
tlm the whole horrid mass Is pounded Into
a idly. In the seventh ut.-iiii the nilnr util, ,
of the vlitlm and the f. el ure roasted
br..wn, and then comes the .ighth ami last
stage, in wh. h tha candldute is tlunwii
Into the botl unless pit of perdition -St.
Louia Itrpubll ,
lirilliil ,lur Will Vlert In-ill.
Th grard Jury will meet again this
mailing after 11 week's v ation It Is
sulu 111 it evi'leli e may Pe lird 111 regaid
it t ie 11011 truiius.
AN ADDRESS TO KANSANS,
I'ttiiiiir.M or nn: Ti:.Ml'i:it.N!i: r.v-
IO.N JI.IKKI VI Ito.Ml mATi:Mi:M.M,
He lelln Mhnt Is Ncrrry In Ite tlnne If
the Snlnun In to Ite SupprrMcd In
the .Siinllower Mate.
Topekn Kn., t)i 1. C tfpei Int ) rtev.
Itlchnrd Wake, presl lenl of the Kansas
ante Temperance t'nlon, linn Issued nn ad
ilre lo the people ot Knnpn, whlcli con.
tnln nome Interesting n well n nurprl.
ma statements, among which I the one
that a hall cannot be old Allied In Atchison
for n law nnd older meeting, The full text
of the nrtdre in n follow'
"The Stnte Temprrnm e t'nlon feel lm
pelted to nk these thing of those who
desire the suppression of the saloon, nil of
which ni Imperatively necenry If Ihe
present cnmpnlgh I to be conducted to
"1 Informnflon needed. We desire re
ports from every city embracing nnswers
lo the following question: Drinking places
In your city; how many (nl aloon", (b)
Joints. (1) drinking clubs, (d)drtig nlore
without permit, that sell liquor, te) drug
stores with permits.
"2-Ate jour city nuthorltle diligent In
efforts lo suppress Illegal llquoi selling?
"31 your county attorney active In
"I Is there, Hi lour opinion, ntty need
for the employment of nn assistant attor
ney geneml In jour county?
"B Whnt local organl.atlons nre seeking
to secure suppression or tho ttatllc?
"C-Hrs Ihe condition of thing been
glowing better or worse during the rurient
"7 Wh.lt method of Work can vnu sug
gest tn Improve the condition of things In
"8 Can the Slate Temperance Union he
of service to you, and if so In what w,iy7
vvu would like a thousand letters contain
ing the rarta required, that We mav have
the light necesar to nn intelligent deal
ing with the gnat pioblnm before us.
"II. We nexsl funds. The convention of
July 4 propose I that a brand of not Ice
than flvj.njd should be rnled for campaign
purpose bv securing l.tMi ulicriptlons of
r each This would enable us 10 send
workers Into the leeturo Held and give ns
the means to 1 mploy legal talent to nsslt
In countlis where the local prosecutor Is
ludllterent or Ineilleletit. literature nei ds
to bo widely cln ulntei, both piess and
platform must be utilized In awakening
public sentiment We ask. therefore, thnt
the friends of th" cause send in their 0011
trlbutlons and that 1 hutches and young
people's societies t.illj to the nld ot this
Immortal movement. May we not reason
abb appeal to the ministers and ollhl.tl
members of the churches to make some
;ia.ui.iin in tlie near tutiirc temperance
Sunday, and upon that dn take a collec
tion for this caue To prent the caue
to even half thu r,i) concrcgiitlons in the
state, and ask for contributions, would
have powerful educating effect upon pub
lic sentiment, nnd would tend largely to
Inaugurate the needed revival of prohibi
"III. At the approaching election vote In
tho Interest of saloon oppression. Among
the oillcers to be chosen aie sheiifK
county clerks, and township trustees
Where these are hostile to prohibition
they can do much to hinder the sucic-ful
administration of the law In the sele. -tlon
of Juries the trustees nnd cl. iks nte
all powerful Unless the Jurj bo.x be occu
pied by men who have regard for their
0 i tin all eifoiti to enfoice the law ate
fi ultless. If sheriffs are Indifferent to the
question of saloon suppression the.v can
ffietualli frustrate our utmost elToits.
Instances are not wanting where these
olllcials have given Information of Intend
ed arrests, so that the paulci could es
cape to a place of safotv. In other ca(-s
where convictions have been obtained the
convicted rtimeller has been made only
a nominal prisoner.
'The she Mil has permitted him to con
stantly absent himself feom Jail to attend
business, Ulcus and theater, satisfied If
he reports for meals and lodgings Such
doings ns thee make nil attempts fmclcal
to tho Inst degree. We submit to the
Christian voters of the state that there
I- now no question of a partisan 01 politi
cal character so Important as the question
of the abolition of the liquor tratllc and
completo obedience tn law, We nsk, theie
fore, that good men of every thirty shall
Ignore partisanship and vote only for men
for thee particular positions who aie
known to he reliable on this, the supreme
question of the hour Th it a temperance
mvlv.il ts necessarv Is evident. If we con
template the condition of things In several
of our larger cities, and In mnnv smaller
tenters of population It Is bad enough
that the law should be trampled under foot
With the lonnlvnme of corrupt cltv otll-
1 tal. That anarehlstii condition should
be allowed to exist without most deter
mined efforts for their Immediate suppres
sion being put forth by all In authority
Hut. worse than this, In some places the
better class of cltUens seem to be largelv
apathetic, or to be cowed into Kiibmf-sion
to the lawless element The experiences
of the old time nntl-slnvery contllct are
beng repeated From Atchison corse thi
woid' No one knows of a i hurch or hall
thnt can bn obtained for tt law and order
meeting. 1'rnm another clt comes the fol
lowing The liquor rule in our city will not
lie broken 1 il I we get help from some out
side qu.ulcr Our people nbsolutelv refuse
to participate in 11 prohibition war. In sin h
a state of things It is absolute! needful
for all lovnl citizens to combine for the
purpose nf crushing this new rebellion
"Something ts being done The State
Teraperani e I'nion has sent foui lei turers
Into the Held. Otheis lire coming Into the
state to assist In the winter's 1 ampaign
The good work will go on If the t. mper
nnce men of the state will furnish to some
extent tho sinews of war. Shall It be
The I rn in 1 drj'it Hump.
The Dromedary, after a hard day's drive
across the nisei t, sighed with relief when
the load of yellow tobacco, dried ginger
nnd rich silks wus taken otf his back.
"O, dear me!" he soliloquized In choice
Aiubic, us he sunk to his knees In the
straw, "That hump of mlno reels as If it
weighed tt, ton I must go nnd consult a
surgeon and have it removed "
The next day when the lliomedary told
Ills muster that the surgeon had ampu
tated the hump and found that tt weighed
just im pounds tlie master was delighted.
Now after the wound had healed and the
Dromedary lepoi-ted tor dut bis master
put on his hack tlie usual load ami IM
"Why do ou put on tho additional
weight.'" usked the Dromednrv.
"Itecause." replied tho master, "that Ib
nil the tralllc will bear Your former loud
used 10 be ho many pounds, plus vour
hump, whbh weighed HO pounds more
Now, If I did not increase the load by thn
weight of the missing hump, 1 would not
be availing m self of the progress of the
nge, and If I did not nut on that extra
weight It would be equivalent to Increas
ing the amount of your wages, which 1
"Mill," Inwrrupied the Dromedary, with
a groan, "why did ou put on flfty pounds
our and above thn weight or the missing
"lleuiuse," replied the master, "when
vou got thiough our dnj's work you still
had to pack lii itnund of hump with you,
da and night, sleeping and wuklng Now.
when vour load Is taken olf, jou will bn
relieved, not ouls of the weight of the hun
dred nauiiiU representing tbe hump, but of
the fifty pounds additional Thus your
happiness will be Increased by 1W) pounds.
Now Isn't that logic'" nsited tho mister,
sticking four Inehea of steel prod Into the
"Allah H 1'raiseil'" xiMitlinei the poor
Diomedarj. with 11 groan. "It mav bo
logic, but It's pielty lough on me." Sacta
Washington. Oct 6 Tho following pn
slons have besu issued
OrlglnalThoinus II. Pogle, Joplln, Jas
per: William 1' Cook. Mareelltie, Linn
lleiie vvu! and reUstie Samuel J Milllsan,
Im reuse-Klbert W Itevclle, Prodcrlck
town Madison, Chat les llobeits, .Mlndon
Original, widows, etc Anna Maria Kahn,
St 1auI, St. Louis; Delia I'hllbln, St,
,ouls, St Louis; Temp' Humbles', Sedcilla,
lettls, Sarah .1 Hale, Holckow, Andrew;
minor of Jesso M'Uiuvv, Itlehmond, Hay.
Original Joseph Ciould, Cairo, Vratt,
Itetssue and Increase John U McCun
noil, Yldedte. Shawnee.
lmcreust- Willlutu 11 Hums. Hutchinson,
Reno; David A. Snyder. Wichita. Sedg
wick, Ddnli-1 Aithur. I'ardeo, AtchUon.
He'd leeii wnlUtiig with Ills host's
claus-liter. and wus 111 the corner lepalr
Ing rtamapea litre ho waa espied by his
"She's tho IlowiTof my family, sir," said
"So It seems answered the young man.
Tlty she comes olf so, ain't lt,r" he lontln
ued, as he tiit-ytd another vigorous rub at.
tle -white spots on hU coat .lissve. rle
CROWNED WITH FLOWERS.
the Old Liberty Hell Hurled In Itlnonnis
ut Kliiitillle, Tenn., I11- Daughter
if the Iteiiiliitliui.
Knoxvlllr Tenn, Oil. r Oil Libert betl
tHMi through the Switzerland ot Amertrn
to-dav nnd to-night fliul II resting plare
In Klinxvllle Ihe lending citj of this se. .
lion. I'rotn the lime the r.-itnoiis old rell
was turned over tn the Southern rtllrond
nt I!rlIn thi Hrternoon nt 3 o'clock until
It reached Knoxvlllo to-night nt 7 n'elo k,
ovnllnn after ovnllnn h ben given II,
and M.ivor Warwick hss ptactlrnlly lost
hl voice rehearsing the story of how it
rune out America's freedom
At ItrMol, ,lnhntn Clt. tlreenvllle-all
along the line, sperm! proernnime wire
nrrnneed and entiled out In Knoxvlllr
fully !.! people awaited the raining of
the Until whose arrival was signalled bv
Ihe llrlng of rocket. A tnlghtv cheer rent
the nlr a the Irnln came tn u standstill,
and nftei electing hnd trli sill, the oil
relli wa moved tn n convenient spot white
II 1 onM be ceeti bv the galheted tlinusniiiN
A delegation from thi loml cimtiter nf
DiiiKhter or the Revolution liurleil the
old relic In tlorat emlnem nnd It was
left to spend the night under the watchful
(e of a policeman. The bell proceeds on
It way nt t p m.
BIG FIRE INDENVER, COL.
A I Irrce t'niinugriitloii In Ihst City Cause
n I us nf enrl. MHII.UOII.
i etver Cci (c'. 6 Plre lirokn nut nt
5 15 p.m. to-day im tho top floor of the four
story brick block nt ItiK to Kill loiwrenco
stteet, burning fiercely for severnl hours.
Por ome time tlm .Markhnm hotel, nt thn
corner of Seventeenth stteet, and thn Im
mense dr goods cmiKirlutn "f Dntilels ,t
Plshrt, extending from the burning build
ing to Sixteenth stteet, were In grent dan
ger, but the Hie department sucoeded In
cntilltilng the flame to the structure tu
whlrh they sturted. The loses urn ns follow-
Leonard Montgnmer, liulldlng,
MO.d.i, Cooper-Hiigu Puinltuie Compnti,
good stored nn thiol nnd fourth lloois,
$lo,Ki, IlrunswIck-lSalke-Colleiider Cnm
linli, lillllards nnd bur llxtillcn, J2n..
Trexel Urn ,Ci Clark, blivde nnd riding
ariuler !3"i, Illinois i.Ins ("onipativ,
whnlesnle wareiooms, jio.oy total loss,
ITS fon The last three firms suffered prln.
clpnll fiom water
Papers fnr the Arrct nf (ienrge llnui.,
MHIlted 111 III llltlls, Aiqiruved by
(iui rnur .Xtorrlll.
Topeka, Kn , Oct. (!. A tcqulsltlon from
Uovcrnor Altgeld, of Illinois, was honored
by the (lovcinor of Kansas cstenlii for
the peison of Ueorge Owens who Is wanted
In Danville. Ill, for burglarv nnd larceny.
The man was taken In custody n week ago
by ollliers at Wichita, but Sheriff Sloan did
no! arrive fiom llllnlos with Ids lequisi-
linu uniii lo-euiv
In com ei nation with a reporter to-day
Sheriff Sloan said that Owens wns a bold,
bad man, though but S3 ears of age. He ts
tho llrst prisoner who ever succeeded In
sawing his way out of the Danville Jail.
Since his escape he has been lecnntured
four times, ninl each time succeeded In
giving the otllceis the slip bct'oie they
could return him to Danville
The sheriff left for Avlchlta. to-day to
get his mini
AMBUSHED BY INDIANS,
Three Men Killed In ttedsklns at tlarkstin's
Hide, One Hi lug Captain
Salt Lake Cltv, Plah. Oct. K. A special
from Idaho Palls, Idaho avs. A leport
was hi ought here to-dny In J W. Wilson,
who lives near Jackson's Hole, that thiec
men wcio killed by the Indians at the
lower 1 nd of Ja kson'a Hole, on the morn
ing of the il The men were shot from
iimhuoh, and one was Captain Smith, who
precipitated the Indian trouble there last
1111: 1 in 1 ok on thi: l-iotmu iivii.
sm ! One nf the New Wniiiiu Hind nnd
Mc-ttiK tu llefurm Things Ceiitrilly.
Prom the Chicago Post.
The managing edttoi of tlie futuie spokn
sharply. She was vidently angry about
"Yes, ma'am." replied the p,rlvato secre
tarv, quickly responding to the summons
"Write a. note to Mips Ooolittle. telling
her that we will dispense with her services
In the local room in the future "
"She Is drinking loo much." explained ihe
managing editor. "I am sorry for her poor
father, who is a widower and has to de
pend on her for support, but 1 can't help it.
Sho will have to go."
"1 11 do it at once, nia'nm."
"This liquor evil is becoming a very seri
ous matter," continued the managing ed
itor, musingly. "1 don't much blame those
poor men out In Kansas who have been
holding prayer-meetings In the slrei t tn un
attempt to br'.ik up the saloon business.
They aie taking long chances of Insult,
though. It's no plucc for men I don't see
what their wives: aie thinking of to let
them do it We'll have xn have a ,jood
ipeclnl on the subject before long
"Meanwhile," continued the managing
editor, coining down to business again,
"tell Mrs. Slasher" that 1 want a good milt'
edttotlal on the womnn who persists 011
going out between the nets to see a. girl
or got 11 clove. It's an insult to the gentle
men they take to the theater."
"1 have that, ma'am," said Helen, look
ing up from her note book. "What else "'
"Leave a note for Mi. Pretlymnn about
his society. Twice icietitl he has made
the mistake of referring to -Mr. nnd .Mis.
Jones, instead of Mrs and Mr. Jones, ns
eveiy one knows it ought to be. It's Inex
cusable." ' Yi ma'nm "
"Then tell the elty editor that I want a
good Interview with Mrs Margin, the pres
ident of the board of trade, on the slump
In wheat There ought to be a good story
In that. I understand Hint tlm Him of Mes
ilamcH Coupon x. Rood wns badly squeezed
and ihut Jennie Plunger made so mil- h
that sho blew in J. or WW iclebratlug
with the girls on th. boird of trade and
squared herself at home by buying her
husband a diamond ring and a sealskin
With a wnv of her hand the editor of
the future .dismissed her privnto sectttuty
and gave her attention to an editorial on
"Tlie Absurd Claims of the New .Man,"
ST.Utl 1.1:11 im; OLH I..IDV.
All IiiquUltlii. uth rumbled orr a l'nr-
titluu I'poil a Spluali r' lied.
Prom the Now Yoik Herald.
"When Mount Tabor, N. ,1 , wns first
taken possession of by ihe Newark con
ference of the Methodist Kplseopil
church." "lid a clergymen of that di nom
ination, leci-nily, we Had little money
with which to clear up iho giounds. and
erect the first bulluiribs ueeossaiy. Alter
putting up a sort or open nlr pavilion in
which the preaching mi vices could he held,
wn begun to cast aioiind for some building
where tixinsclent gut sis might bo accom
modated, "The strip lure reuniting from this neces
sity was a lung ft. une building, which wus
christened the 'Talmr house,' In construct,
ing the house, on as economical a basis ns
iwssible the partitions were 1101 run all tho
way up 10 the rafters nnd the room was
"1 shall neur foig.n," continued tho
minister, "one of my tirst nights In this
lather .rude hotel After I had retired I
was suddenly aroused with .1 start by the
most lineal thly shriek
" 'Murdw! Thieves' Robbers! Helrrt Help'
a woman was shouting at the tup of lici
"I hustled out into the nairow hall In my
night rolj and found othur.i In thu same .11.
tiro both men and women running aruuud
In i distracted way W'u nil stopped before
a door from within which the sounds pro
ceeded. " 'You beast! Help' Help! Murder!' still
came thn tries
"Theio was a. sound or scullllng from with
in and suddenly ihe dour opened and a
woiman. excited, i.anllnar. with wild uud dis
hevelled looks, appesiied at the door i hitch
ing 11 boy, who wus moro frightened evtn
than was the unman
"On glatieo settled it. The boy was
thu son of a woman m cupying the adjoin.
Ing 100m. The little follow, out of curL
oslt, had (llinbe-tl to the top ot tho paril.
tlon, ninl, losing his balance, had falltii
over into the next room, lauding' on the bed
of a rather eldeil spinster.
"The ridiculousness of the whole nrfuir
seemed to dawn upon all ut the sunu- time,
and every one Joined in u sool, heaity
laugh. The bo was punished and the old
inuld left the iiextjloy "
In uu Awful Munition.
Washington Star- "Same folks has more
money dan dey knows wtuit ter do wit,"
remurked Plodding Pete thoughtfully
"Yes, ' teplled Meandering Mike, "I wus
dat way once "
"Sure, I oncet had 33 cents by me, and
Olisovfctsd I vvu la 3. prohibition to't
A BOSTONJIRL'S LIFE
Sntpil from Itnltt nntl Dcjpnlr by flto
Tlmclr Aid of n Noted Notrnim
(frrctAt. to ot s upt rxrtB.)
rS them anjllilne; more truly
pathetic than the cry
(or help that njirlngs
1 rum tnc nn
of n j nunc plrl
plrl wlm sec;
ttsiwt mil. ttr
pTsSRfci t r'l,B all'l MM
I !i' '' sOMltltl. ?
&?! Jl;Yt lJtitoh. wlia
joy ntnl clai'
ncss her Minn
Si heart 1 utii
- forth wlit'tt si
tenures tlmt Ik
the blastiht; f 11 lit
cure, IspotiP, ball
This stiinlitiii' anil Joy I
now the happy portion of Mls l'lori'tic.
of lleacon Street, Ilostnu.
She often tells of her sttlTeiltit; frott
the suppression of thciiicncf. Tlie pan
wns escritciatlnt;. 'J'lu1 ilnclors. Itistent,
of rrniovltii; the cnttse of her niltnctit
piled her each month with murphlno to
prevent convulsions; but tho ttottblc war
When sho cuttlil endure no more,
prostration was imminent nnd future
hopeless, her familv procurcil n hottlt
of J.tidui K. I'lhklimn' Vi'i;rl.iliio C0111
poutul, which, ftirfirl'lng to till, rapldlv
ami jiertii.itipntly rutcd her.
In wrltlne to -Mrs. I'inkh.itn, pouring
forth her prititiiilr ntnl happiness, she
says: "Oh! that I could itialto ovcrj' stif
ferine vvotmn try jour valuable medi
cine! How they would bless voul "
SI'MIAY OP TIIK l'l)HITA'..
Arbitrary nine lus of Cnlnnlut Day", Now
Prom the St I-ou!s Post Dispatch-
The nWempt to enforce the sumptuary
Iiws in New York has glvo thnt city 11
taste of the old Puritnn spirit und iccnlled
In some degree to a cosmopolitan commun
ity the "blue laws" of another ago und con
dition. The laws which answer to that name
arosj In different places out of different
circumstance's, and the American public
owe to the Hev. Samuel Peleis the popular
notion of such 11 cole. HI so-c.illeel "blue
laws of Connecticut" hnve ben shown to
lie fnle. Ironical nnd malignant Hut It
mut Ih confessed he caught the spirit of
tail sectarian Connecticut when he wrote:
' No one shall tinvel, cook victuals, make
beds, sweep house or shave on the Sabbath
"No woman shall kiss her child on the
"No one shall ride on the S.ibbith etav or
walk In his garden, or cl-ewherc. .cept
reverentlv to und from meeting."
Alice .More Hirle has taken the trouble
to go through the old tocoids of New Hng
land, and 'he has piesented a curious array
or commitments and punlsuments lor vio
lations of the Sabbath Thus-
"In Newburv in 1CI0 AnulU Chase nnd his
wife were presented and lined for gather
ing peat In the garden on Sunday.
"In Waieham William Kftes was lined
ten shillings for raking bay on the Sab
bath, and a Dunstable soldier was lined
forty .shllllm-s for putting .1 piece of ol 1
hut In his fhoe to protect bis foot on the
"fapt. Kondle nf Hoston sat for two
hours in the stocks In IM for kissing his
wife 'public epielv.' "
In tho New Haven code of laws It was
oideivd thai profanation of the Lord's Day
-shall be punished by tine, imprisonment or
corpoial piinlhtnent, and if pioudly and
with .1 high hand against the authority of
(Jod with de'.ltll
To drive a horse unseemly even from
chinch was punishable, an I there Is .1 rec
ord of 11 Mains mnn being rebuke-d and
fined for running on the Lord's Hav to save
11 man Irom drowning, and as late as thn
vcar 1M1 .c 1 idy was arretted In l.ebinon.
Conn , within sight of her futh- r's house,
for unnooe."!ir- travel nn the Sabbath.
The Columbian Sentinel of December.
17M, has a paiagiaph whlcli ays that
"The president (Washington) on his return
to New York from his late tour through
Connecticut, having mised his way on
Saturday, wns obliged to ride a few miles
em the Sahb.ith morning in order to gain
the town at which he was lo attend Di
vine service llefoie he anlved he was
met by the 'Ty thing man,' who commanded
him to stop ,-inj deminded the occasion of
his riding Nor would he let him proieed
until he had promised to go no further
than the town. '
As late as 1771 the llrst church of lto
bury lined non-attendants at public wor
ship. In lu'd Thomas Scott was lined lrt
shillings for being absent, "unless he have
learned Mis. Norton's catechism by the
net court." In 1760 the legislature of
Muscat husetts passed a law that "any
person able of body who shall absent
themselves from publlek worship on the
Lord's day shall pay 10 shillings line,"
In 1(117 William Klagden. who lived In
New Haven, was brought up for absence
from nn. ting, lie pleaded thut ho had
tallen Into the water late on Satin day.
could light no tire on Sunday to dry his
clothes, and so hid lain In bed to keep
warm while his only suit was drying. Hut
In spite of this reason iblo excuse be was
found guilty ot !oihf illness und sentenced
to lie publicly whipped
It is rathe: aeurous fact that these Puri
tan worthies, with all their meddlesome
honest v, nld not undertake to prevent
much drinking of "e hard cydei" nnd rum
Hip. It Is cMrimely dltlli-ult tn Hnd any
intimation In the records that hard elder
may be equally with tobip co an Instru
ment of the devil. Tho worthy di .icons
ill, ink 1 Ider on .Sundays, as well as on
week days, nnd they brewed Hip in al
most every chimney c oilier.
It is doubtful If we know any thing nbout
tho good old-fashloneii New Hnpland cldi r.
All the tiudltions of It place It high In tho
list of Intoviiants. They froze all the
watir out of it and kept it till 11 mug ot
It was equal to 11 pint of New Jersey ap
plejack .Some of the deacons distilled ninl
and dr.lllk II. Ilio. In thn erlnre r.f nnti
when rhey were not selling it to the In
dians. The Piultans who whipped men and even
put wom.n In the stocks for not coming
to . hurch. did not allow the tythemun.
ihe bcndlo or tho dominie to Inteiefeie
with his tlreside consumption of Hip nnd
hard elder It was one of his inalienable
rights to hnw a tpieed drink of rum in
his own castle, and to deal out his elder
lo his guests, liven Cotton Mather would
have got his gun had there been a deacon
sneaking around to see if ho took a nln
In his own circle.
It Jiever o-euned to theso hard-fisted
men lhat thoy were deseeiating the Lord's
(lay by taking a drink That preposterous
idea wns b ft to Hume of their desiemlams
who waited iiniii they got the men of all
nations together, and then tried to subje, t
them all to a law w hi h none of them
"Can't walk noer slop fiotterest." he
sollloquUcHl. as he sulod tlie fleeting lamp,
post vvith both hands, swung mound ft,
and slid gently down to the sidewalk. Ho
crawled an his hands and knees till he
could 1 1 .11)1 his silk hat, which had landed
pn the asphalt slde-wnlk with 11 thump nnd
bounii'd off into the gutter, then trawled
back to the lump-post.
"Can't walk nosier step," he repeated,
with a helpless shake of the head, which
dislodged his hut again "I'll ring fer
coiii. Wiiuitih tax messenger bow" and
ho searched every pocket for It "Wonder
Where's gone," hu muttered.
Then he tulsed hlniscif to a perpendicular
with a constantly changing base, und tried
to r'ng the letter bin. He wus unsuccess
ful in thai but be found 1111 idea.
"I'll ring fer p'ftrol wagon, I'olbennn'll
tube me home
lie fished out his cltUcp's key, and with
in half an hour managed to get tbe key In
the box and turn It. Throe minutes latir
half of the tiro depai tment dashed up.
"Where Is Jt?" shoutesl tho driver of an
"lleierain, ol man; elmmo a ride Jiome,"
shouted tha inebriate, ('uii't walk nozser
"Who rang in that alarm?"
"Wlio'er s'rfse? Mo; me, i wanter ride."
Thu driver pulled up at a hydrant ucross
tbe stteet, and tho coupling was made.
"That fellow's flue Is binning out Cilvo
It to him," yelled the Hicinaii
A few minutes later a half drowned man
was lifted out of un umbulauce at the He
celvlng hospital, and he told th, surgeon
he bad full. 11 two miles nif the Sutter
strei t hill Into the bay, San Prancltco
Cincinnati Knqulrer Miss Summerinald
"1 hard1 know whether to be angry with
little cholly Tap counter or not "
Al - Knnyglil Wh dear'"
' He 1 aid he could guess in uge, and
when I dared him to he said he thought
too much of ax to do eo befoia ottiei-j."
v JP.S . rifi't- Tfv5
ii'i 1 t r-- f
' m i
ODD SLIPS OF THE TONGUE,
i.vsiA.Nur.s in wiitctt tiii: M'r..Kt:it
pur iim rotiT i it.
sums of the Humorous Thing Thit Were
Much Itelter I elt I nsald-An ttitrreiit
lug t'olleclloii lit t impeded
Prom the Philadelphia Vtfr
"1 beg your piitdon, tnndutn, but J nit
nre pitting on 111 hat,' cm mined a gen
llelimn. 0I1, pm excuse me. 1 tnougnt
It twin my iiilslmlid s, ' wus the. titles
in another innUttcp of conjugal nnvnl
tleH 11 wife siibl to her hilstmhil; 1 biiw
Mm Hecker this mornltu; nnd one oin
pMiuoil thnt on the ocensinn of her lnl
vis.lt oli vveie rude to her, thnt flic
thought she must have' ollemW Jolt '
"Nothing of the kind, ' he niwwored. ' On
tho contrary, I like her Very much, but
it wus rnlher ihirk ut the time, nnd
when 1 entered thn room 11 1 llrst I
thought It virus you."
"Poor John he vvn a kind nntl for-benrlnr-
husband," nobbed John's widow
on bet return from tho funeral. ' Yes,"
fiild ii sympathizing; neighbor, "but It
Is nil for the bent. You mtit tiy lo
console yourself, my dear, with the
thought thnt your husband Is at peace nt
A Kentleninn hnd accompanied n friend
home to dinner, nnd as thev seated
themselves nt tho tnbln the hostess re
marked: "1 trust you will mnko allow
ances, .Mr. Hlnnkley. Jlv serviiit left
me tincvpoctrtily nnd I was compelled
to cook the dinner myself.' oh. cer
tainly, my Uenr inntlutn. ccrtalnlv," r -pponded
the truest with great emplm-is.
"1 can put tip vvith any thins"
Another amusing ullp took the form of
an unhappy iifter-illnncr speeeh Time
was 1111 eutertnlumetit Klven by nti i.irl
who wns deservedly popului It was
extremely handsome und rhatiipngn"
Ilovved ficely. The old gcntlemin ros"
to propose 11 tnnst. He spoke with llu
ency, but somehow he said exactly the
opposite to whnt he meant. ' t feel,"
said lie, "thnt for n plain country squire
like myself to address this learned com
pany Is Indeed to cast penils befoto
swine" Never was so successful n
speech matte Tlie company appltitdcd
vociferously ami us though they would
"Now, Miss Urown." said an earnest
listener, "won't you piny something for
us?" "No. thank you," mid the liuly ,
Pel rather hear Mr. .Tone." i:,tineft list
ener: "S5 would I, but" Hern he was
stopped by the expression on the young
lnily's face: and ho looked confused fnr
half nn hour after she had indignantly
turned and left him.
A person who was recently called into
court for tlie pttniose of proving the cor
rectness of a surgeon's bill was nsked
whether the doctor did not make several
visits after tlie patient was out nf dn ti
ger "No," replied the witness, "I consid
ered tho patient in danger ns long ns
the doctor continued his visits."
A physician walking with a friend
said to hltn, "iot us avoid thnt piettv
little woman you see there on the left
She know 11s me, nnd cast on me lucks
of Indignation. 1 nttended her husnnd "
"Ah, I understand. You had the mls
foitune to dispatch hint," was the re
murk thnt slipped out. "On the con
trary." replied the doctor, "I t,aved him'"
A guest at a country inn exclaimed.
"I say. landlord, your food is vvot-e
than it was last year!" "Impossible,
sir," wns Ihe rather ambiguous reply
of the landlord.
"Why," said n e-ounel to n witness,
"are you so very precise tn your state
ment? Aie you nfrnid of telling nn un
truth?" Witness (promptly) "No. sir "
At n recent: Inquiry into the sanity of
a young man of laige property, witness
es -were being e.UIod to prove that lie was
unfit to manage his alTahs A curious
slip was made by the schooltmisler when
nsked if he had foirned any opinion 11
to the state of mind of the alleged
lunatic. "Oh, yes." ho replied "I can
certify he Is nn idiot. He wu.s one 01
mv favorite pupils "
"I have met this man." said a lawyer
with extreme severity, "In n great many
places vvheie I would be nshnmed to be
seen mvself," and then he paused and
looked with astonishment ut the smiling
court and jury.
Here nro n few other Instances, of
something very like putting om 's f,i.,t
in It: The legMututc of n Wi-tern
state, having n bill under consideration
for the regulation of tax collecioi.s. an
honni.iWe member got upon his feet nnd
suld: "Mr. Speaker, I go In heaiv for
that bill. The tax collectois are all u set
of knaves. I was one of tlieni myself
tor ten years." The bill passed.
"How are vou getting on In your new
place?" nskeel a Indy of 11 ghl whom she
had recommended for a situation "Vcrv
well, thanks." "I am glad to hear It,"
said the lady. "Your employer is a nil e
person und you cannot do too much for
her." "I don't mean to, ma'nm," wns the
Here Is 11 naive declaration from the
pmspectus of a weekly paper- "The
staff, vvith the evception of the editor.
has been very carefully selected and
deserves to secure success "
A California newspaper Is said to have
been sued for libel by 11 widow for Hpe.ilt
Ing of her deceased husband as "having
gone to a happier home."
"Dear sir," said an amateur farmer
Just from the country, writing to the
secretary of nn agricultural society, "put
inn .lown cm jour list of cattle for n
A certain caravan orator at a fair,
nfter a long ynrn descriptive or what
wus to be seen on the Inside, wound itp
liv buying: "Step in, gentlemen, step In'
Take mv word for It, ynit will lio highly
delighted when you come out "
"Allow me, madam, to congratulate
you on your ticqtialnlance with that
chnrmlng young lady," said 11 gallant
Hungarian: "she Is young, hcnutlful nnd
Intelligent." "Oh, certnlnlv," replied the
lady, "but don't vou think she is a trltle
conceited?" "Whv. madam, just put
yourself In her pliue and, would vou
not he conceited, too?" was the rather
This social slip is even wnre. A elty
man complained bitterly of the conduct
of his son Ho ndateel at length tu an
old friend nil the voting man's escapades
"You should snenk tn him with tirinpess
and recall him to his duty," said the
friend "Hut be pays tint the least nt
tenllon to what f say lie listens only
tn tho advice of fouls. I wish you Would
tulk to hint"
lluw Hid lUephant Wus Simpnseit to Oet
tlie lletter or liles.
Tho lion wa supposed to lush his sides
and back with his tall, "to the end to do
nothing faintly or vow anil." nnd If, In
spite of this stimulus to his valor he was
obliged In llee, ho made- ue of his tall to
obliterate his footsteps. When bunting he
roared vehemently, and then with his tall
traoed a clrclo n the sand round the vic
tims, which he ufterward consumed at his
As may bo Imagined, the elephint was
tho subject of countless legends, and some
of tho peculiarities attributed to htm were
at least original, Por Instance, the creates
in his skin were said to bo My traps. They
exhaled a pee pilar odor, attractive to the
lllurf, and vv hen these Incautiously ventured
within tho ureases tha wily elephant sud
denly contracted his skin and massacred
them by thousands. Westminster ltevluvv,
( buiiie leuu I'uees.
Tho other week a, large und fushlonuble
audience assembled in a Paris lectuin hall
to hear one of a series of lectures delivered
by u, celebrate! professor of rheinivtry, t
tho conclusion of tho lecture 11 lady and
gentleman who were umong the lirst to
leavo tha hall hail reached the open air,
when the lady caught her escort staring
hard at her.
"What Is the matter? ' uked madam, in
Pardon me, but you are quite blue'"
Tho lady returned to the hall and ap
Kroa' bed u. mirror. She started ba. k In
orror The rouge upon her 1 heeks ha I
been converted Into u. beautiful hue by tho
rhtml'Ul decomposition which had taken
pia e under the influence of the gas e
whieh hid been general 1 during the I
The majority- of tho women In the audi I
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Exposition Bali Park.
The STORMING Of ViCKSBUBG
Mammoth l)lp m- t vvoi;il' IWIK
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Turilay Nlcht. Octoler leVK.HTs or
I'Y I1HAH.H r. Performance iJe'glusatS If..
Commencing Thursdnj. September ID.
THE NATIONAL HAWAIIAN BAND,
Soloist, fjunrt tt. and Uuet Singers.
b.very AttLrnoon un I Kvenlni;
The delicious fragrance,
refreshing coolness and soft beauty Im
parted to the skin by Pozzom's PuwnbB.
commeniis it to all ladles.
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10th onil Walnut 8
- J VLj -, -a
Olllce. Name. Profession.
lf-DH. W A BAIlTLnTT Dentist
SOO-lJll. T J llKAI'Tin Physician
01-Dlt. M. A HOOli: Phvslclan
SW-DR. J. I1LOGK ,.,1'hyelclan
4ra Ult. A. E HUHCHAltD Physician
IVJ-DIt J. ltitUHbr . Physician
Juo-illoS JOU CAULK
, ; UressmaKfnrr Parlors
Ki-nit O o COPI-'IN Physician
i03-nit. a W DAVIS Physician
Ji-Dlt MAItTHA C. DlUUIJn..Phjslcl.in
U2-A FP.AZUP. Capitalist
Wl-DH. Jt:, P Hltnn.N'M-rK Dentlit
tl-DH. J. T. HAMILTON
Kye, Kar, Nose, Ktc.
8M-D11 J. P. HAHDMAN Dentist
Sll-J HIMA.N Merchant Ta'lor
tut DP. K It 1.RWI3 Physician
..OVll'H DIlt'15 SlOlti; Plrbt lioor
tOC-Dlt, ii w I.IM Phjslclan
SCs-DIt. NANN1U STi:PHi:NS..Phtlctan
SIO-Dlt AVIS n SMITH Phjslola-
IW-im. KL.I.A M1TCI1KLU ... .Phiblclao
ui-m:anu knohaving co, ...
I07-MH. AND MH3. CLAItKNCB I,
1'AIlTKi: Music Teachers
JIO-DH W. WHITTAKKH Phjstclaa
TIIK, JOUHNAL. COMPANY'S OF-
TO HENT-Ofnces In thla building to re.
liable tenants at law rates. Service first,
clatv In every respect-
There were all ports of colors blue, yellow
violet .ind blacU Some ivlioeo vanity had
indueed them to put Ivor on the eklu,
corul on th Up uuige on tha checks und
black on the evebrows hail undergone ,1
ludicrous iransformutlon. l'earon' We-cli-!'
A I'lintldl.iu I u.tiiiiiir,
Somo llltle time 1150 nn elderly man
called at tho hop nf u Mr. Mulrhcad, 11
Jewtler in iiUsciw and tald that ho had
eoniw for his wateh, which had been left
to bo ifciwlivd A Mr. Mulrhcad hnd no
reineiuhninie m tho moment of havins
done hulneb with the man, he asKe-d
ttlim he hud left thu urtlcle.
"Oh," iuld the other, "I dldna icivo ii
In this shop, for se vrt oner by in Ncl.
ken street when ye? fc-ot It,"
"That mtit hnve been 11 long time ago,"
wild Mr, Mulrhi-ad, "for wo left NeUou
Micet In 1J that is t enifeii vuur
"Hut I left It wi' e for a' that," kald
He was asked for the; rwrno and number
of the waie-h, whbh he dei&crihed, aiol 011
aliening the ropokitory. It was found raf.j
Hxaotl twcntyTtwo seart. had passel
away since the mnn bunded th? watch
in for repair, ytt he called for It ut thu
end of that time, as If he had. only Ufi u
itho pi-victdlng W'ck. I'eurs.on'i Wueltly,
Stollie In Ills htllillmi.nen.
Clileauo lUtoi'l: "III, aohiiny, watcher
btudvln' o roi thin jear'" ne.ni.r
Want lo In pioinotid
"Ho bo- what for'
"fiot a sister In my room now who's aw. '
Children Cry for
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