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dcritwt u plan tiy wiileit lttjtl.e of
this s.ui will he eVMitf insofnr nit Ihe
pr-sent t-ottjrh-Mi is ortntrMwl. The plan
"ntMtiMn.f (h pi)ihtinpnt of two
committee for cofiaMerthg contented
taw, witn apt-elm- Ifwtnii il.mn I., p.
pedlio the work n much a pmwiWp If
a frform of thin wrt In accomplished
It will I- another triumph in tin- line
of businr-M methods lo th credit of ihe
man from Maine.
ljWr JOURNAL, KIUTUY, PECIOTKn 0,1895.
I in. K Ti,tS)lt'iNf NTMnKtlS,
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1 ."red lit ii l-w jfflcp nt Kanra Cs,
Me, as ss,M.el 'UiM Mali Matter.
.- - . rnrrs
intMniiK iiMuiiif 11 mm til,
Mill 'A 1 lO.Ntf.
8. For Missouri: tlen
Uhl Indian Territory,
ata) warmer by Friday
' "-MrtiinirhJft, 11
-'.I fair; vrrtn,
if, tttlMtiatlr A
1 hL'LH'T ' '" 'lr Friday, With
u N.fiusr egutft-s-t rir winds.
," aoou MORNING,
- ' ' 'I I I.
" Wr, we Imrftly look ft a Drltlall
, ... ub ot up 1 -1 .Mtegurt jVer before
A iiliAMit! Mi:Ariti:t
nntlc rmninriMi ro a nptnwH-y n
MHIrl rmrtitft at timw ns they re iM
the hutnait body, ami Ihp nction of ihe
pity wmimuiPc i niht w ie and
Thf rommittpf ha niwHyg Pxrxricficr4
thp iHirfimf,ii of brfnjf comtw-llMl to
Ktmrd nftctiiwt trait.-hi It. camp n li
i hut rtght tiwt j.n the committee
mini .)( rwuiuh (4, twiieve thnl Ha p
frpfs ar bpln hpirayod by member
ihnnp mpmlwrs dhouKI be illamlwp.l
frtitti thp cotntrritt,
A MunpniHH u ttimont ution im am!
none but mpti f kmiwn Wnrth nhoukl
bp in charge of the ' affair. 1.pi
thp vacamlcs nou' be filled with trtpil
ttd true men.
a iiimiiM: op AitiitKiAM;i:
"Wfi UlP l0p" Thin liltrh .ll
I'hrafit! hn inrn thp mock m trnii of
lit, (lie prwhlrnt ilntlj- lmMrhi him
by rhnklng a MntPtnmt hli-h rnnlrn
tlct Mr. Onrtisto m n nuei'tlon f fr(
Mr. tnrlWp tpH oonpm-M (hut ctimnt
p(wnnpg wpto paid frm th tn-irpp.i
"f thf Iwmlnj Mr. riPii-httid wi not. In
Hip InnmiRRp nf n humWo ppnpnl of
hip nimiionw nrt, "uml thrre yu hi-p."
nblo to ncmmitlh nn.vtlilutr V tnit
thp tlvp who vottnl rumltut thp litjiirli.
mpiit will not bo lyneltpil.
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of t '
J)- r ..
pot m ,
i Ntil v. ittieate will now prowpt
ffi ilr. t livelitnU'it Invitation aiid
-u lUSutllor fnllo.
J-iPMU Mrl Writing a tKKik. but
n ! hnrtij, ,,'p ,lp ag much ur.lke
'" a H,ia r Hhi.rma'..
xt ypr hi i also Ue ,.,. yrnri nnd
n.m,., xi wi.tncn win hftVe
' " ' f in notnctliliig utiyhow.
- bftii : pr,vitctii, that some
t"- Wl 1ip;.JucuiI by Senator Will
' Alrl I'i.tt will rail tu become
- with i.rliiHl can't be Imminent.
ntt' (.'-., unller wouldn't ba cnltn
trpdudnit rjImiRe bills t Wusli-
I'Ttnop il . . niBko a delicious fjup
f tfce pi, , . tin. in this country It
w-Ily th,. umtiltin that t-ets into
it or puffiUum wtihout
out Jlr. jm (;orbct t
Ion to stand resolutely
"I Koep- lum," is the headliiK or
"Mngtw .ilH.atcb. Ho hns be.-n
' iat tna: role all summer. He
' tJ do li veil.
'. f ,ir were to break out with
.Lid Aft. Ipveland would not be
" t the .innsuif hiring a auhstliute
Ntdsitt ciiiinot bo dratted.
: iUl u not be (tjL. to capture
ttonul c .nvonUotw, but It might
, ' old rm i riwu rreezlng to death
i 'i i.nu t i a proper effort.
V i i.inay . ity maji has read the
-' thr h, nnd boasts or It. This
' M ..ulltabto ua vatlnK three
.. , " rd-1 ,l'el egg8 on q wager.
BrtaH courts uro greatly miB.
' tbe imagine thej can depresa
". i divorce industry. Oklahoma.
l-l-VB lc tile homr. mnl,,
... ..,,ftc. t4I-
- h.M tin BritlBl, teiTitorlo.1 claims
' tu'1"lwWjeauu. itK..w
t-mu.!; hus been waiting three
s tr the Cleveland adintniHtnu
ottMtt with air. Shearer's move
" a $)eeial session of the legis-i-
thitt Uovcrnor Atorrlll under
i J.Wtte'9 intereat too welt to
m. will oome of It," eays Colonel
-, -pwking of the president's
MS is another of Colonel
- jr. propbocleii which lu sure of
I. renew Journal has found
' ' t the presidnnt'8 weggage
i ig. One of the sentncea
T rt'ords, and lKsibly an idea
tha evening conteinnornrv nf iii tv.iH
long that, like Jmwt ih-Awr8 of the
b.n Ikiw, it Itns cms to Iteiievo In Its
own ItniKtrtRim. ui like Its circulation
"tory nt thp hprta of its Pdltorlal column.
Its importance consists solely or imagin
TIip fftwr tried to bp ft political bow,
"hd fallctl. m fart it has been trjing
i occupy that position during Its entire
"ittncp nud has failed, liecnuse of its
failure to excite the svmnmhi- r i,
jieople u is, to use a sporting technlral
i'iiliw, ipn(, m,rp. it 18 Hnr. on the
whole world In cenpral ami tim i!,.,,i.
Ilcon imrty In particular.
It sees that Its Kppclal pet candidate
for mayor, I'eter 11. Tlernan. Is l.mlng
hlH grip on the conildem-e of the peopje
"v"" "t en sip in tlie council nnd
Is no longer a iwir and the result Is
that his private organ emits such dole
ful walls that the nlr Is burdened there
by. The Star Itns n grievance and in
iTOts It on its Tew remaining renders to
an extent that Is surprising.
ji lams or "pln-head" politicians,
machines," "hoodlora" and "ingrates"
In a mhuner that would lead one not
initiated to believe that the World's
eiening contemporary was the embodi
ment or honesty nnd upright methods In
politics. Xltit unfortunately for that pa
per, nnd fortunately for the people
ami city the iKWstful evening lmper is
..... iuinii uimi us v.K'ireroiw cries
serve but to arouse the rlslhillties or the
The whole story In ti nutshell is that
the Jtppuhllcuu administration of city
affairs has been cleaner and better than
ii ui any jjeiiiocratic ndmlnlstitxtlon
before it and the Star and its Ilk are try
ing hard to break the force of Mich ;ul
ministmtlon In order to make capital for
schemers and demagogues who expect to
ride to political favor on fictitious clam
or, .ine jtepubllcnn council has done
more good for the city than hub been
done before in years and all this In spite
of such obstructionists us Tlerimn and
his persojml organ,
what uii.i, in: iioviv
Within the limits of the possibilities
It is not so much of a question what
the present congress will do n whnt
evidence It shull give of Its disposition to
inn o. u. titi:iK hum mi.
The two ordlmtnee donllng with the
Q. It. creek Bcwer phiblpm will come bp.
fore tho board or public works this
hwrnihif. One of the ordinances, It en.
aotwl into law, will abale the sewer
nuisance at otleo; the other will Involvn
th evpcndlture of nltnost as much
money ami yet will leave the rcldcne
portion of the nouthwentcrn part of the
city Without the relief which It demands.
The Ulmm-Hrown oidlimnep caIN for mi
Intercepting ewer to begin at the Intel
dtHMIon of Twenty-third stieel, Itelt hine
avenup and Wyandotte street (l.SWO feet
from the present terminus of the sewer),
theme running l,80 feet to Turltcv
creek. The serter proposed will be live
feet four Inches at the beginning and
Six feet where It empties Into Tuikev
creek; It will cost J40.wi) nnd this sum
Is available. Work on this sewtr cfm
be begun at once and n ihe sewer runs
through a thickly settled pnrt of the
city, tho Abatement of the nuisance will
begin with tho very commencement of
The flernnn ordinance, which seems
to have been Interjected for the Hole
purpose of hampering the cITorls of the
administration (o give the people relief,
contemplates the building or a sewer
from the present terminus west or
-.,,..! nrvoiie uj me iHuni wnere the
Olson-Brown onllnnnce prop(es to be
gin. This Sewer will tun through rail
road land and will reclaim pioperty
which, measured by the value of land
sold In the immediate vicinity, w'lll be
Worth Jfio.000. The Helt line. In con
sideration of this ract, agrees to contrib
ute JlO.OOn of the SIS.000 rronlrcd. The
plan of this sewer is stub that wink
cannot be begun until spring. In the
meantime a residence section or the city
will be left Without relief. Moth sewers
cannot be built with the funds at hand,
even nsslsted by yie Helt line donation.
1 ho ijiiffttloii becomes a simple one
when viewed In the light of public duty1
and not from the Mnndpolnl of political
buncombe. Shall a lesldenee Miction of
the city be given the reller which Is
so much needed and Tor which the prop
erty owners aio clamoring? Or shall a
lot of railroad land be reclaimed, wheie
no nulsnneo exists, nnd the people left
In the lurch until further funds ate pro
vided? The nlson-Ilrown ordinance Is the one
which It Is clearly the duty of the lmntd
to approve nnd the upper house to pnsi.
Work can begin nt once nnd by the time
the sower Is completed, funds will be
available for tilling in the gap between
the present terminus nnd the point nt
which It is proposed to begin the Inter
cepting sewer. This plan has been In
dorsed by the bes-t engineers of the city.
u tne Tlermin j-ewer is built lli-ht, the
other cannot be built for months and
the nuisaure will continue unabated. If
the Intercepting hewer Is built Hist
the nuisance will be abated; holding the
other sewer In abeyance will not con
tinue nny nuisance, for none exists.
There are two .schoolhouses and hun
dreds of residences in the district
through which the intercepting sewer
will run. There arc none In the other
district. Common f.omo dictates that
tho peoplo bo protected beforu every
The llepuhllcnn state commit tee of
lown ha decided that It Is hard to
Keep tfom Western man down, and
thai it shouldn't bp done. Thcv hnv
PRMnil Jtlnli- nn.,t... ... . '. , .
" v.nrcieiiri.. in ine innuer nv
cutting Ihojjvmwoftiie Allison boom.
It appear from the Washington m-
i siouen nats nre very tmich In
evidence nt the capital, fn.ler Mr.
Meed's guidance, however, we think
coiiRi-ew will be able to show that It is
Itself no slouch,
tiiu ntili.it stiiii
The election tlrievcs nlo oblnet in
.tudKe Neville. The only uny to fully
satisfy these fiu-tldlous people Is to
bring their climes befato one or the elec
tion judges who helped ihrtti stuff the
A large number of American people
have a general Idea what the presl-
dent' message contained, thank to the
headlines which weie liberally inter
spersed through II.
There Is a land of pure delight
of sweet beatitude;
Chi-y-smliennims ,ire there nil right.
And not a single dude!
MUMO ami mi: nit vu.v,
The Interest In tle j.ro.ln. tlen of a new
forih (he Inigest atnllenee or the riiE,ie.
ineni or that tragedian at the Auditorium
Inst idsht. The play was "ll.ni-e t v.
V 111 t ii " ii kill
..... ..,.i y mum Kimper, in whom
ihere Is imieh local Inlere.t, mid Wilfred
Norlhe, a member or the .linn. company,
i he play uiui smtRested by lmmiis play of
t hleot, the Jetni."
The play fom. np,.( h(, n (, (I(i
or uriiuuitle value, more romeily than u.-ii.
ill.v enters Into nielo-lrniiiiitle romances, Is
Iltrltilsi,t i. lit, l' . 1-i-w
, ,",'" -"rcieii, or iKiilllcent In.
.?.? ' , ,d .'!"R ' " ",'11 "'agi'rl nn.l co-
...... uy Mvrx. MiRcnhiil and Kemper.
Alllroiigh the play u v, 1 1 h.istllv put
Into lpliiMikii foi tlm Kaniif r in .?,.
mellt, lli.l although th,,," ttere M.fl ..'evir
wa a iii.iV. I,1 J,,,"011..""""' "" I' rformiin. -
To thp Mdltor of the Journal.
I .p ti) noine or Ihe dally pupm that
tfierf coaldprbte remplslhl about iht
....iiotwuisn uMi- mr lervlce. nM epe.
ewily ofie msn made catnplsint about th
nwniiis strpt line of Imvlrtg to wait thirty
nilfiates for n cut.
Sow n v,0fd m defpnie of Ihe riulrtwil
emnrmny win not bp out of plsee. ihttmih
silence would prbfip lie the bettrT answer,
inerp r IK.0 ,M,. (n pKrry nyitmoti nnrt
enh triithfiiilv it ih. it,. ....i... i a..
llolhlSS Ctreet llftP tot lwen all lhl It,
lmrlr.fc""' ''oaat'tv expe. t. Thp spar
mii v ''tff '"'"" the day l nevrn mln
... : "". wv desr klrker wr y.iu ever
enm'Lo!!!."! ,,0l,nd lll"t utreet ear ahd
comwiwi to it m th firit line . rosllm
iV-f"" "dautos, then !ok. rive miniups
J... I ,hn. aceumnisiion of fsirnrr!
!,. V""" nf th dei, le ne niiniils"
ii.l .. "' i" l.,n ""cona tfert, slid on
Lr i1y nvk M"l' ,or mi,a) mere pnsspn
n,l' ,','?' oa re Inle and inn- anolhrr
i..l,r'.".l,m WI,IU" Add j our regular
r,.JirBL ,h. rr,,aer of Ninth, lllrvrntli or
iHeirth trei about thlrty-the mlnntp.
rtii ....! " Vpt"S. rrr ocenl renre, but not Bt
ail t nrpuspnahlP. cmi) s fn d sko a
r.V.V..!"' ",r"a behind time twenty-thiee
nilmiln on the Tweniy-sei-onil street hill
J'J a loaded nagan ttiimiinK aero the
trncks in ueh n poltlon thai It roul not
ii "' " rye iv tne am or imp esr.
imJ0!' rv" ",0I' lo ,,1"', "f """"'
fi,?p .1 An! Mh''" yo" wal( tlfteen minute!'
thirty minute you deelsie it was fort-
Mder both ldf The railroad oompanv, 1
?L'.."""' no"''' l delluhled to run sll
train on time if it wire pofsinie; berides,
iii2",' bp mW In II pocket,
.i - .." eT oectir to you m dnr klekfr,
lllAt It WOlltrl l,A ti vr,,.l iklMH ... u... ...
?u l."n"', l'"""'! lo prohibit tem, from
lilMiig along on the cur tint ks at a suntl's
wheel"." ""' :"1"nr,n ,0 "mk,
. ;v hunlrvil othei utinvoldnble cnlife
m.i Jim nir""n1",,',i which delay tinln.
lit I will mi , add. Ite r Intl.. more char
itable, in rrietid, pm little more bhitne
on the olKirm llun nl the eniiFe thereof
and jour car lll be about on time
IS FIGHTING FPU CUBA.
tljtetliiti DUniipesrsiii of Prtptsln lteer
Itei'ln.r, n the Htm b '.onsiii, of M.
I mil., I tpl.lllH'll,
St l.mii. w, :. -The tnjstiry nuround-iiir-
the dtnttternni e, November 1 f
t'aptaln H.itirr Itoeiner. who tta In eon
tnand of the ramon Itmeh Zonnvin, ha'
lfn nli. t He tw now In Cirt.a at th"
hiitd or Iwnd of 0 Amrlirtn, llnhtnn
for rilinn lu.eiendpnep, ami with him
!nreiuii r-'rnnk llllllirai. also a tncmb. r
1. 1 (lie wnwo-fl,
Whin r. JtoeT Itoemrr left Rt loot
tMi'lhl lo 1( the AtUntn expoit ,
It quieklv wlilM-tPd iimonji hl ftl nd
that hi det iiiation ws mm h m r- r, mo e
than the rnriropoll of Uporgla, To-dav
ejime the lonflrmatlon of the tory. A
co rriend or iapimn llocmer re eie,l
from him a letter, dlrpvt from Ihe Cuban
seat of war It l dated llaiatta, ciibn,
.Nmemtier 9 !!. and av- "Jut ..
toriie.1 here to I 0,1 bnmrti r afier skirmish
ing iimtiml Mntiinra I'atdnia and bin-
". win) pmiin iviii.h ih'fe or natlvi. and
' .1In n"w dlnll.l eohere where some
. "".' Br" '1'iartprp.t 1 will wmmand
wne ,art Am-Hen nllh old rank tern
liorarllj, but (pect to advance rnpldlj,"
Sfti 1 m's lit, t 'f
BLUE AND GRAY TO PARADE.
Ht,ln,..,u ,. .,.. ' . "" '."IK lircillll.
or, ! ii, " tvr !"'"'' R""-'e waits being the
onlj serloiij. fault In tlil re.,,.. t h
lion of I ,1 i. 7" l","'r fl" "", reput.t.
1V11,? Vh, y,l ;M- Kl'm ' "nJ lr- -Northc
111, they had more lime t pr, pare this
,V,.K' rf " ,ui lh" 1,"lI f ' Micci-irm
f "SVll'l V". ,r,""n ""h niter."
ii,fi 'i00'1 (1,"1 ,no,, ,lnl-11 boruio It
f '"1 1",1 ' "l'" o meet p. nuhir r.nor.
It would. If inninvf.,1 1,.. ,, .;...I i.m ... ..,.
K.V.N.hAn CIMA.Nn Ml I.I. IAI.K.
eer.it I.0111I i:ilii-ntIir, Mill It.. Itriird at
the -Militll.TM ( lltlleolliMl.
Tho fvjuthein Kdiientloiiiil Ao Intlon
will ennvene at Hot Spi,m.-, Ark. Iecem
her 31. is-.j. and Jiiniuiry 1 and Z, n. and
address-, on a variety or i durational ub
Jeets be delivered by a number or the
"'" "iinefitional lights ,r the South
III let J
riiT.t.ip 1...... . .A...... ..
Ml- !,,.. .. .,".,'.""' YI"""'J Ol
...11, .. . ". "."Kill n me surrace,
J'Ml.',l,;,","tl'' 'ackgniun.l A- it Mnnds
L" "i.not ,l,",;c'r' Tllc'" "r- ''"' stun
,nw. ''I'",ll''n"tll" and obj. tlons that will
haie to be oveicome. the must notnble or
... ... ,'!!"" '" 'he situations .r the thlid
J L:," ", '.' I.1"" r",r lts acenp the nionasterv
i m imTV."!""''- iV-'ya'Ct for the altar and
Its ministers would fotexei prevent pupuhii
-itling Chicago politicians can
.'at tlie campaign fund could
ntmed the Republican tidal
therefore wauW have j
' ''. 4'"y
co", J"11"'',, -"Henda intimate
Slulier w.u dlgiiuuiifletj for
' rention of nn IriesiHtibi de.
.i o the Lrd unlimlt.-d Infor-
' h'H prayers.
' 'W.ISJI, fc-overiim.mCs statemnta
Artnanlans have ben the ag.
1 d tho Kurds the innocent vlj
' - nt JflBt been lontlrtncd by
1 1. fnol that u. man is g sttc.
- t iib dot-Rii't neceasarlly
u ho -will bo a suiroeiw as a
Wo must havo other qualltl.
"Im J. Ingnijs.
t thru Cougrensman Ulue got
u tho ohi members nd made
-pei-cn r ttio seMion in th0
' tlwtt Im eaiTbd the K.'ttu
n BidrH wdth bim to vh.
The people believe that they kuevv
what they were about when they turned
out the multitude of misfit statesmen
and put ln their places a new force.
The election was an expression of n
radical change In public oirfnion on tho
great political issues nggltntlng the na
tion, it was not one question alone
upon which tliia declaration was made,
but nil which were regarded n(j having
any part in producing the denlorable
htiite of affairs nnilctlng the people.
The chungea in our economic affairs
made by the party which came into
powt-r nearly three yenra ago well nigh
paralyzed the vital powers of every ma
terial Interest, it is unnecessary to
enumerate them. Every Intelligent man
HI Mime hard to Mr. Haynrtf to
PJloglz for th president's ut-
U h may Im. com tr lied to do
he of tht l.'ngiitji) jrvM i.
' U wmetblng of the ort is
" that n newspaper gt Knox.
r , itas Jnuld ci,,wn .McKln.
" rru" t!'e tI Of Ita rolumn
mall mutter in itpeif, but it
itimt, itle. of g1Bm newt the
' tmvu liad for many ft ,i8y.
ill in- ji 11 mi mi ..,,
"'" imnt that Sector lien
'Ut sntweh in tlm mime thin
iiuHjifsitjy au t.nw, ij AU
' v iinMented a fw n-nwrks
t lkB a. speech. When tile
'ltttirt make a. jftweeti
th tini of th woutB fii
p iuro vtugD, wtiumiii; to
can readily name them on the lingers of
The drat In order of action was the
contraction of the currency, and the
next the Impoverishment of tlie public
treasury and the discouragement of
mine ministries. These are itoma In tho
general indictment which every intelli
gent voter understaiKlsor at least he
anows mat action mmn them was quick
ly followed by general distress and
utmost universal dlaastor.
The present congress wag elected to
undo tho wrong. It remains for those
Who were selected for the thk to make
every effort to carry out the popular
will If thiy shall full because of oh.
tclea which remain in tlie way titer
) nn neip r.,r 11; nut tho people will
look for evidence its to what they would
do if they had full power.
To formulate proposed measures of re
Mef in ofiiclai nuts to be gent lothe presi
dent for hljs signature will be an oh.
ject Jospin which nil can understand.
It will be avldenee of ruv . v..iim
than all the divluratlona th.t can be
crowded Into a pgrty phufnem. The
country wants legUliuion. even If It eUti
have no chdpge in Its )uw. And tt ti
no tlma foi cowardice.
u-ttunt for n mat in ix.ngretw
1 1 wit or his right until tin
.. at bijliiuBU uf the ttnn la
tud hi oppouuuitu for
loom gt lost. 'i'j,is MwI
lllJUKtire to the Individual
' mi tlie jicipla who eii-t-t-'flltnefctmt
them. Tho mt-r..
ia tlijally jmt jn ikmjwhsIoii
. KJ.lr.fV lu u.vtf.ll ......
Mil A I' !i!l, r MI5AN
Mr. feveland makes one astonishing,
not to my astounding, statement in that
part uf his mep-MKo devoted lo the tlnan.
rial nutation. TW Is no more nor lesa
than ihe tl-Jarttun that Mr. Carlisle
nau no ftutttorlty to Issue bonds for the
payment of current cxiwrnn-k of the gov
ernmunt and Hwt no portion of the. pro.
eeHli of the bowl issued was clevuted
to much a put pose, 'nil Utteraiuv is ail
the more remarkable, in vlpiy of the
fact that Mr. Cnrlik liiunteif jWlj Ub.
mlttwl to congrens an iiueijiiiyuoai state
inent to tip effect that wry iai-ga por
tion of g ?50,(oo,Quu isue of bond wu
ied to defray current e.HHkes of the.
government and tutu tho gold ivuerve
Waa freely levied upon for tuilk devot
eU to the M4mu imriKiae. What then
does Mr. Cleveland inunn by deviating
..H.V .....IB .ii i,H ntueetMld of (be ualu
of botidM nut usiU to pay running ex.
peiuse of the governnuilit?
if the pre.lduu had merely ilugiviiwod
tho cdtlclal Mctlun of the sitntmy of
the trcufcuiy. ihe mnit.-r would I,.,...
biuil kliuple, lh .ugh (t wouhl Ji.ive b. . n
...... -.,,, .,111.,1,! f,,r u pi,,jil,nt to
inent tne action ivas not tak,n with. 111
luiuto tb- a ,.f a ,at , i,.M.
i-lally kim. ijier. js rvrry reason to
ve that in n difalr of audi mo-
- Hilary is sma.l co,plllsa. ih( ,,V fc.wjX'. u ,,0
mi Utwlment It 1 giutify. ,tuJl with pliye'imkc secret -v 7n
. th,t Speaker IUI I, von. ,hght otlyMi SfiWZlJ'UiJZ
There is no call for an exhibition of
heroics over the news that Mr. Salisbury
lias mulled to Secretary Olney a refusal
to submit the claims of Great Hritnln
to u, cerain portion of Venezuelan terri
tory to arbitration. When tho docu
ment etrall come to hand nnd Its con
tents be made known It will be in order
that nn expression of public sentiment
on tho question brought to lssuo be then
maoe. xnere Is no evidence that the re
ply denies the right of the United States
to protect Its Interests according as tho
same may appear under the Monroe doe
trine, if it develops that the principles
embraced in that policy are threatened.
The "Schaumburgk line" Is not the ex-tu-mo
limit of the territorial claim made
by Great ltritaln.
It should be remembered that the dis
pute In its various phases has been
pending for 315 years, in the course of
the contention between the parties to
the case no lees than six linen have
been made by the claimant. The protest
made by Mr. Olney, according to the
president's message to congress, is lim
ited to tho drawing of an arbitrary lino
through any portion of tho territory in
Notwithstanding that wide publicity
has been given to explanations of the
dispute between these countries, emanat
ing from unauthoritative and publicly
unknown sources, the whole question re
mains in a misty elate, ton uncertain
for a basis for Intelligent discussion by
tho general public.
When Mr. Salisbury's communication
Hhull huve been received those who may
have tho necessary data at hand upon
which to predlcato their opinions may
proceed to Intelligently comment upon
the stand which Oreiit Hrltatn bus tak
en. In tho meantime, in n general way
It in not out of time or placu to call
attention tq tlie plainly apparent fact
that tlm Hrltthh policy has been to crowd
further and further upon the almost
unknown territory in dispute, and by
tills policy of encroachment baa forfeit
ed tho right to espect dispassionate
judgment as to tlie rights whicli they
really have to any of the disputed
ground ni nil. so far as lamiUar senti
iinent Is concerned.
In tlm iiUlirmta decision as to what
Uk United State will do about it, it ia
of no consequence Unit the trouble has
arisen oyer a wek and unimportant
South American power. The principle nt
stake is uf as great imMitance us
though it were, out it htnp of terri
tory adjoining th border lino in North
ern Me I ro. If ihu Monioe doctrine
Is tneiim-eil by the nttltudu of the Hiit
Ihli premier thoio Is no loom for b.uk
ing down on the part of the government
at Washington. Hut jwiIiupm a giwit
deal of unuueviwary nervous oxcltomunt
limy lwi jvvorted by calmly awaiting tho
arrival of tho ltal document in thu
The violet will b(oc u 1 n
Vbn win" , n"i.
We'll (war pneu t -t 'iw .mu-ii wl wte
m hn wiiii- m hove
Snow will no loui t .i,ju ine ,. -ji,
or I root and U'e ik. 1 U be 1 . u ri.
'l owe the 1 1 11 , i h.lt . ,.t
Whvn v., 'I, . p ,..,.
. .- " ...v v.,,,-r l ..tt . nit' eillli leu
tiele, not to peHk of the tr.-iu heiy attrlb
ited to the pilot , Corenllui This sort of
ttlJtlU ma be llr-,.,.t,l.1 I., .1..,..,..!,. .......
tore, but it will not answer In the acted
i i'iV,'"V r ), ""wltlng of the ida.v, with the
llalit of the exiieilencph of a few public
performance", might enable M,-sr-. Kemp
er and Not the to do themselves much
credit, and at tho same tlm.. furiiMi a
pleasing addition to the James repeitorv.
.Mr. James sreiiied to etijuv the title roli
especially the scenes In which he a-Mimcd
the motley of Chicot. Ills onlv shorteom
lior was ln not lo,nit,i- i.fnrn 1,1. .,,,......
In spite of the assumed cloirader or the
j'-ii-., lire ur.iiuiiiie slRiiiibnuce or the
leal eh.uacter, .Mr. Kemper, iim those
who saw his Touchstone will ri member,
lil.ijs the Jester exieptlonullv well. In this
lntame he has Klven htmseir only limited
comedy scope. .Mr. I.lnthdey nnd Mr. Har
ris both a. quitted themsehes orcdltablv.
nnd Mt-s Kruger came out splendidly in
the role of the queen. .Mis Everett played
Uliine moie than acceptnbl , Mrs. .lames
played Hostess .Mario mil was well re
jeived by her Kansas Clti friends, (iovetil
large baskets of Uovvei.s l,cmK among thu
tributes. Aiioth. r Kansas Cltynu. Mr.
Uichard Salle. mnde a hit ln fulllne nnr
a table In a drunken scene. Mr. Noithc
J;ol but a small part In his play. To-night
..i.,,,..." wi.i uc repeal,.,!, nnd to-moirovv
after. toon and evening "Mnimlon" will be
Chicago, Dpc. D. To-day a contract was
signed between Gustavo Piohmun nnd Man
ager David Ilrmlctton, by which the latter
g'S'ires six months' tlm, each ini at tit"
N-hlller theater, until ls'ils This inrara that
Mr. Henderson will h.ieafter, instead of
at the Chicago open house, jiroJuce all
plays, such as Tiuce comedies, extravngaii
zua, burlesques, or omic ojierai!. with
Which. IIS 1L nrn.lllcr I,.. l,r,u l.n,n 1.1
";',1.!.n,."',ls ''"' during tho past ten jenrs
at that house, 'ithc headi-uaiters of the
American Hxtrnviic.imia Company will
hereafter be at the S. luller theater, while
omtes huyo been op-md. The other "ic
rnx.m,?,? iM"rur. " lB 'df-tood,r w li
be utilized by Mr. iliisiave Frohnuin with
the production of piavs, thus slvlng 1 11
one theater, a van.tj which It Is hone
will mnko the Schlll.-r ns notnble a play
house as was. the Chicago opera 1 ouo
under the ten years' ti .inagivnent of liSud
Hi ndorson. Ira I..i M.ite will continue to
lbuf,new "un-ier. The nrmngement
looked iqion as on,- of veiy Bielit ,1 -vaiilasre
to Mr. llend- ison, for it no oni
secuivs h tr all the, 11, . ',e w.int m . V'
it, V "Ul'r """ klionn educators will
....."..". 'x,nng the speakcis will be
i?.V,irnl4,fw,,,nMl!' 'y People. .Mr. J. It.
m.. .".." Iw;,"r", on "How to Zurich the
Vptenin, r the 1 l vir Mill .Mrrl In Itp-
union In ,- v.ifij city .,.xl
I'uurtli of .Inly,
v-li" y?'k- Tvf 5-J"l tummer. In JScw
ork 1 streets, th., old soldlpr of the North
and South, untrained In the lett. red blue
and ris, will mnr-h shoulder to shoulder.
In ansa r to a call Issued Hecemlipr 2
".,,. S.MII.-.1 nt .tinvor .strong. (Iiaillu e M
Peppw, Martin T. M.-Jlahon. Andrew Ilek-
,V"'.ih',rl," - "RMa- J,,h" ' Oarnplt
r!,olh.c"r """ kn..wn New Verier met
at the city hall to-,la and ormnlaed for a
reunion arel parad. ol the Veteran, or the
I V ' '" ,h ,lrfeU f "'" Vork. July
.'.i IV '"ofd by Ceneral llowatd Cir
, '"" a evi.utlve . nmmlttee bo -Itolntid
Ihe motion was adopted and an
other Tor the npimlntmrnt or a sub-commlt-tce
was iibo .allied They will he selected
in a dnj or .,, and will (-.insist of thoo
.,..., ...-,,- .rei ni at ti, na.v s meetlnB: and
those who expres.et ( delre to .erve on
Ihe commltt.. bv Inter Tin nveilng then
adjoiinied subject to the cill of thu chair.
MAYOR PINGREE'S DICTUM.
boss ,, .-summer "hiJo " 'Teach.:'
Mhools",,l.'',V1,lt,,' '''"h-rs in Colored
SiL.i,, ".".''.' '!" "bjii't of Assistant
hiilhiln tend, nt 1 c. McNeill's nddr.ss, and
......"...' . '!.' ".VK " Tn(' " nd
it ni ...; '"..., 'cincip.il .1. i'. 11 -, y
Will IT IV I II (t t I. b 1 ... .. i ....! . .
111.. , "'.V an exhibition of pupils- vvoik,
Illustrating the method or teaching II at
have Wn introduce,! into the school.' of
i ,."1, ',.' V '""' ?hwh arx- " attraeting
such w.epi,n.i attrition from leading .d-
lll.ltols. A, Ml., r...l ,,l,m. n...i ....... ,.
vv-lll be jir. sent. ,1 bv
bv means of the phono
wlth maps, charts and
file IJenernl s,., t,.t.,ry jlt),
n nil ,t i,r U- Hansel, of Chicago, who H
now acting us gencial senetaiy of the
li.'ii- ,",f .1, A-,,.tr''l'lnK, school, nnd secrc
In? ,, in r. " T"'1 Senetarlnl Institute,
hiioi n rPlwV' '"i "oral Xoung Men's
Lluinian Assuci.itlon so acceptably 11s Ken
eral seciei.in fm- 1 ...... .... :. ... r!....
H 111,,-. ..... t IS1.
orthi "ta,,,"." ""'":..' "L,"- "?. J"'"
Hende.H.,1, lo ,X ","'"" "' over HO.t'OI.
ti.noeiHon Is to s. ,.,-t the time hP i.-iti
occupy Uie hous,. lt) his Yiiiilueiions
"On thp AtlsBtv.iiM,( n, 1 .
by i ianiiiteri I .'1 ,"""",r'- ',""1 P'odllced
.. ""iiagers Uuvls ,v Keogh will ennin
to the ilrand nevt Siindav. This i.la? s
crowded with hield. nts w litel, fo low1 rapid!
1.V one ufter mioth. r. Th fact marks n
let urn lo l.l... ,.t ,. ...v".7..'" ' V3ar"B a
...tie it n.-ii wiiiiTH ,,r
inV.V. .t ."exl snd.iy and address the
song seivlce ln assocl.nion hall. Mr. Han
sel Is a clear and eitcitlve speaker, and
Is .Mump, powerful In song as 1.1 the ad
, in-.il'F..r",llnK '"'"' '" "ot only Prove
r ,,r.,,nB "vt',u "f ""' '"'P- number
o; men who weie members of tlie assocla
e.jn during .Mr. Hansel's term or olllce, but
dm in - 10 ' mn,,y fwendh" whom ho made
during his sojourn In this city.
ll.ii.ril of l.dileitliin .Xleetlug,
The board or education held ts regular
seini-lnonl 1 1- mioilm- iu. i..t.. t. ' r.''l
bes 1 pn-s.nt, wen- Mps':rs:'ir '. Vierl
'. v. C, Jvarnes. .1 r.. xnr.,, 1 ..
.lS-l"lrl '' A-I-,'l"n. Hills nmotmtlng
toC,!fBi're allowed and win rants were
oixieriHi orawn m p.i.Mnent thereof. The
J.riuier Hardware Company's contract for
fuinlshlng hardwaie for the nev Ubraiy
building was npprov.d. It was ordered
that ste.im bo put into the nnnex or the
Svilt,-r school, ,in, that the j ard or the
,',7 n',nN!i-!''liViP'',,.A r,"Jo,u" on the death
of Hon. II. H. Allen was adopted.
Mrnrk by ,1 Train.
While trying to avoid 0110 tt.iln Cluirie-
Hughes, an ngd man. got In the vvuv of
S?ih:rI'nth.? .. Ke .railroad vi.ids
"r. , ,-j .- - .,-. inKm. .... vn iiuown
He l.iy llnttn the I( to the llrtroli
Street linlluaj liiiiipany In Very
Ietrolt, Mich, Dee. f, -M-ior IMngree
Issued an address to-day to the people, in
which he declares that the Citizens' Street
Hallway Company must abandon Its & it tit
fate, sell tickets at eight fur n quarter,
day nnd night, with universal transrers.
Ill rrehangeable with the tickets or everv
I! 'llprf r,V'lr. ,n . ih" .!'-v' ,nl1"1 "How Joint
use of Its tracks ttilhln 1, ,ir ,.iv, ... ,
Ity hall by other roads, and must iermit
municipal ownership of Its tracks .it nnv
time when appropriate legislation can be
obtained lor that puriwse. The company
deslies an extension of Its franchises, all
of which will expire In less ihnn rniiri.on
j ear-, nnd vvoubl probibli compromise, If
possible, at seven tickets Tor a quarter.
A CA.MPAHiN AliAlNSf HIMlIilJMS
Dr. Herman Ahluar.U lln. fomo to Amer
ica to Institute It.
New Vork. Dec. f,. Dr. Hfrmtn am.
wardt, the celebrated antl-Hemltlc agitator,
ai rived to-riaj on the Noith Cierman I.Iovd
stPHiner Spne. Herr Ahlwaidt sajs he
came over on the solicitation of some Now
101k mid Milwaukee men, nnd expects to
give tlvc lectures m New York. It Is said
iierr Ahlwaidt's mission is 10 start a cim
Pilgn against the Hebrivs, hl.s doctrine
being that they are encroaching ution the
wealth of the world, and are a menace to
tlie prosperity of other rucf of the earth
lie uocs not nellcve ihev should Imia ..t.
'tij'ti me rib-ins 01 citizenship or hay
,' share In public affairs.
Bhe rlde-s on her bike in tonlhln' rtothe!
I lie little .loirs bnrk when a'cyclin' ho
Shr's partial ler plal 1
An' look Je' like 11 lad,
Or n page on the bill boards ot vaudeville
You've got tor be, very,
I m gettln' clean onr where I u.ed itr b
Pvp Je' got ter hltsllo the bt thet I ra.1,
I ur he the new waiimn and 1 m ih, old
I ve learnt ter do mendln' nn' darnlr.' an'
I m bendln' ler laks thct 1 otico scorned
The llapjack I turn
Ho's lh breakfast won't burn,
And I don ( go out nights ter the lodge
J 111 worried,
An' totally Hurried,
lar'led'1"'"'' ' ""''" ' W''1, np1 V''"1 "'
llut I'm peirgln' away on the popular plan.
I-ur she, the new woman nn' I'm the old
'""" Wtuhlnuton Star
Among the tie which find a resting plnr
l.,b V ,.""(;'- tnade gliPs severe and coric-ct
i V,."'1 I.01"! '""V1 ,lf '''nek satin. It
n.,nJ Xt'iM,"" .""' ' ""ll " """Her wide and
L 1 -"' " n(" l"'nsy mateilal which gives
it tiodj. It passes twhe about the tailor
made girl's l,K, stiff ,-oll.ir and tics in
the stlffest possible bow.
itu.iioits, op a moil
on his, race and received a. small scalp
wound. His r.u was slightly cut bv citi-
....t. 11 tu v.enirai station,
e.s were attended to, after
nt to lib home on Terrace
Calenn, Km, Pxrlted Oier the Assault of
an .s-Vc-.ir-lllil (ilrl.
(lalena Km., Dec. r..-(Sperlal.) A
str.uiger by the name of Collins, 40 years of
age, who claims to be rrom Holton, lias
committed an assault uoon the S-ycai-old
daushter or J. l It.sltern at this place
this nlternoon. Sheriff C. 1). Arnold and
-.....,,.,, . naiii-s iiains suceeecie.t in con
cealing him from the excited crowd and
with iliftieiilty slipped him out and drove to
Columbus to-night. The girl is seriously
but not fatallj injuied. Kxcitement Is run
ning high, .111 1 it is. said that a mob or
roity is now on the way to Columbus.
s,'iTll0..'0Vt' of a ,nic woman once given,"
en'o'L.'1? 'om,B """Red man. ''never
rhnnr-n.i ' " i"""f'-" "mil, never
th'ni.tM,.S"n.i,r.".p dlfferpnt with her hats.
natl l-nquhe'r.""-' 0l" m'"rlcd -n.-Clncn:
,j.S'w York "om.in who frequently re
er ,V'f H.7i:n.le J"?l.?S'cr '" from U'est-
w k; Wt .r.i.:.,,k.r"!,'."Sr'!' ?'?.
wjiich he was se
".Injs nnd lllllles of Viiiith."
Thero will bo services this evening at S
o'clock nt the Temple, coiner of Oak and
HIeventh sliec-ts. H.ibbl Schnlman w'lll
piench on "The Jos and Duties of Youth "
A coidi.ll welcome itlwnxs extended to all,
i'iuiii dig not Irv to make a whole ilnimn
out of a sinui,, ,,,., .,! "uti or of '" S
o hV1 ti881'""" has "'-a ""'"' U. give n
ohy.-..dh0?f l;r""-','l"n would be locall?
i. s'ail-lm'are'-s'o'in'.'' ',' uVlno'strT
eertsia leading m" L n" of . ,,,"10
order to serve purpo-,s they have vie 11
This' fmefiSr , "", ' ''lnHlle ' cost, 1 ,"
1 His linehgroiiii 1 ,,t j-.iiitv adds elTe, I to
the more serious s.ur., !?", rm . u'e
Another elemc ill of inre nleturesqiieness s
the Mi Kluv Klan, which Is shovVn "1 tin
ei.'t 'mi'.S'1 ","',11,'1"' execution of an In no.
etnt man, A peifoiiiiunce n u Unntlmr the
ater and an iiitinl. ,, a .hi n 1,1 ,',,..
events in town uml eountrv. by river nu.i
iiiiiini 11 in 1111 ..nt
... ..... .... ....i .. .iiiiiiih nun is strllcfng-
ly effeetlve. Muny ,,f ih,- chinacti is of the
Play lire eomlc typ.s who conVlilutc. a teal
vein or humor. Including i,ongs. dances a,
r.l-l..,,Lm,.lp,, 'M'".'' w,tl ltK nameinus
realistic sut-nes and lis MIong climaxes,
will be the attniiiic.il at the Ninth SUeet
i""e' B .w-k. b sinning .Sunday , ,'n,i
" sP,i,Ji,y:U,,,w f"" '"'"'-"i Hint the com.
" In this play is i,t ,1 siipiiiui- order Tht
cast is said to be .1 v, 11 competent one!
"The 1'evll'n An, linn" Is drawing big
i'hU;?o'lalr"av',.tr.,"e (i""tS U '"
Ilns Klihp by A ma l. nr..
."Hazel Mrke will be piodneed this even
ing at Aimiimlaiion h.iii. Fourth aiid vi
oiiilng slice s. r.,i ih, benetit or a,, iiiincd
iilion cliiitch. or wi.i, h Hey. W III, Via .
. "tioiu is iiikiui 1 p.. ,.,!. )K ,m, ,1 110
Al.l. HVPIt MlSsOUItt.
Sedal.a Is thicatened with a charity mln.
II ' SHOW ,
i.oaVdo'r Wr" mn aro orxanUin
ncA'!f?.-y'.'!lp eo"i"'s poultry show attracted
Concordia Is averaging two cars a day In
hog shipments. '
The Concordia rabbit hunt net led ,tio
pounds of stew material.
l-'ultoii drank forty-eight kegs of beer
Monday without n single scrap.
.A"r j?.,.i,min,,,n ,,,,,nt J,""' citabllshed In
day ,h n e,,,l'"'u' ot le" torn, a
The mayor of JIaishal Is making nn effoit
to hum the locnl r. ,,,, ......... .?. . ' ." t
pealed. ,""""u u,x ,!-
K.'.'ji.'' "t m','1 to V,!00,""""" dust on the
position Mi""l,"rl Jri'la at the Atlanta
A. I,. Hawkins, of IMlmyin, tnkes John
Hennessey's place in the olllce or the sec"
rotary of slate at JcnVtson city.
A IAvIiikMoii count) man Is tolling a
sloiy of having laised ln pounds ot vviiler
melon on one vine tho past season.
Louis James In "nthello" will be tho
opening nitiiietlnn for Lexington's luui I.
some new op.ra house next Monday "ight
I'iftv C.ll lervilli. 'Yl,nu-,.pu' ........ . .
ed In 11 tobacco elite, and ai spitting .nu
.111 hauler than they ever ill',! V,, 1 ,L
Horses IturiiiMt lo lle.uh.
Tw-o hoisc-s weie burned to death In a
stable at the rear or No. .Vil cheirv street
at an carlv hour this morning. The horses
wore owned by Alb, rt Hnrils. The causa
or the Hie Is unknown.
The Hamilton "opera house" In Burling
ton was, sold to an llmpona man at sheriff's
sale the other dav fur fKSo.
Topoka promises the old soldiers the
gi eaiest state reunion or thtlr lives if
thej will iro there next time.
"Our esteemed but loathed contempo
rary," Is the Hmpoila Clazette's waj or al
luding to Oovernor Hskridgt-s Itepiibllcan
Among the sli.eial fiidiicenip.n .ir,-A,i
by the Letivenwoi th bargain , -oilmen this
week, In lhe(r now simper advertisements,
are "$:i bulldogs tor fl Do."
The Hutchinson News, mil Morgan's pa
pel, s.uvs that the ciedit for the bright
.., ,,,,-, ttoitu ,.i,i-ui 111 me i.mporta i.a
rette Is. due to Will While's iLceompllshec
other .bit 11 '. , .' no"ro Torn them tho
il,.,- ti ? ""i1 a ",ox " on Its way to
lis linmsT '," a l,10lo state of hunger,
th hoi ""an charged her Jimltiess to put
tlie liox on lee upon ts arrival, being ah.
solutely certain that something 3
about 10 temnt her ..,,.i.i. '", h00a was
Ki,""S'",..hqr surprise when' the 1anlre
osto.ih'lch ',,.,?.L..1'' nnd
dozen ine ovstois stnli. ntr .1? i.,hr-
ln.fol"i'.i'''' f,'1 ","lul of fic'si,, t er cu
'!l IK . "!"' '00k "live 'mmi',?. heA ." tc'S
.Speaking of Ingalls' failure to meet nn-ilntme-nts,
Sol Millet sas, "On the Judg.
.'lit day lie will nelhnns hold 1.1..1, ,,,..!....
the delusion that the show will stop for
want of him." '
Trov Chbf: "fl. f'lirisi iu ,,. ,1.. .
of the Arizona llepuhllcnn League. M'o
alwios liiMrled that Chtl.it was a Itepub
lleini. but we didn't know thai he spelled
Jells it 111, r! "
.,,, 1 o.s- .ii...
;.. hl' ""'"oi sweet cream, stir iin win
for a fow minutes, mnUei ve in!ft hot dlslif
faMnlmT'SH. """"'" love "' most
bo,oks"KTh!!,'s.,?,'0 '" 1"-,I'--lmr covers for
J'lrst spirit "So your wife
lent..,, t,.,i... q,, jo,i ttuu
neav en to-daj ?"
I' list spirit
..Mayor ronton, of Kprliigllf-ld, has vetoed
lit. ordinance passed by u. 'council !
thoi Izlng the Issue of 3,un0 current expo in
.Miss Can oil, of Independrnre, the only
gill sifident in the law department at the
i"llss''l"lc,,1.u,n'.'''i ,'""" "l0L""1 r"-w"nl f
The Hist iisspMutent Is now being called
or on Lexington's brldse siibscpti0,, " r
.'.'.If..,"! '.'.. ,,ol'1,' l'.u"'" lo "le Pioiuptly
M )tti riwil im'Jiu,
ft llll' III1HIVV IIIIT Willi LIIItl. 11 (lixi-i
I ,...! ,, . (1 Ollllll It lll it'iii e
luiston Klike ,itr. It. V. liiii,,h.in
.V.'.l."lr l.'l'IHfoid Mr. Joseph 1 . ,,,,
I'lttleus flm.n Mr. Join Cam, .ft
Aaioll ltislney j,. 11 n'".' '
Harney O'FIynt, " r. li Y'lTig
-.-'li; l lieoson
Jleicy Kit lie. . .
Miss Mollle k'ii 1,..
..Miss Maymc C.iboy
...Miss .M Pie. hell.
-Miss, Anne Ivors
..Miss Nellie Daltun
In thu llnal vote . k.. 1. 1 1,,
new uunHllluitt c t.'ie i.ibn. ,., . b 1
tho convenjlei. ote, t.g. A 1 lb- 1
only have a tw.tntrtli ma'.-nv in
state, howl ,1 1 -v
live votet .11
conventlo t , 1 , ,
Vell Merit, ,1 Soil e..
' .,'1'1'i1." '''i.'m1.0". "f. Jndepuidenco Avenue Jteth
idlst chuich lotv, u,n with well .11...1.V.1
f. Sr'f?.,.",...',1.':1.r,..t'!,1"'ia? bazar.' ThVlr
..HtHt.Mu i.iiiiiivjpiiiu'tf u OlntM l II rial.
inins oitlcles have- vTllh a ready u-
'lho imi Olb cue hiautlfully llghtcil iiml
'ilicoinied and In the lower 10.n1 si "utl
-Mi'i'i-, line iH'fii yen iMc'Jl lllullt I id
lilBht over :') wore i.d. To- lg u they will
fr an elofaiit ovster bupjoVr This 1 u
a gteat iielghboilioo.'l ihiiich and the whole
..,,.' i-H' -'!'"'";limat tho unlveislty Is
m- nr".. V:"' l;l'.'V1 ".",I '" oi-eiatlotl. and
,.i,Ji .. L"ir,'i,.,r ""' llc'lr ''reaturoi, do tlm
atlieleths In bloomers every day.
The poor of a corn cilb at Wheeling cave
way lecently and .-rushed to death a UHlS
buy 11.1111...I lliown who had crawled tin ler
It Just befoic the a.-cldont occurred
Lexington expects p. "stand In her own
iglil" next Mondt, If no unexpected de"
lay 00. ins 11 ihe cnmplotlou of tho new
Iril'lty lll"""""ll"i ,lwl Ul- I'"' rice-
Ham Keller, at one time one of the mo.
prl.-tots of the Lexington lleglstet" J rf
lliihlMiii. "c' "' -ongrrssman
lhc poitmastor at Rplokards, a Orundv
county town, s.,) jhut twlei as inny
newspapers are lacilvod and t.-ad then,
as weie last war. Another Imlleailon St
a Iteiiiibllcin victory hi .Missouri next year
There Is cnnklderablo anxiety In Carroll,
ton In le.-uid lo the whereabou " of 1
llelns, who went to Old Mexico severa
monthb ,ijo and h.n. not bcou heard from
day "U ' ,U rc,',"'w ftarlngfSu"
Charlie Pinch explains that Lawrence Is
too humane to adopt electrlclt.v s a mo-
....T ,.,-, m, .inn us y.ir muios out
on the charlil.-s of a eld woild ami "o
will continue in tho good old wuj, "
Trov Chit t: C I.elnud r. liirmd Kutniiiy
morning nom Alhiut.i, tin., where i . 110
lead sale of his slxl-sevt- horses at r
Pi iocs. 11. was looKllli,- well coiisldeilng
the way he w-.ih downed 'ir.i kilkd olf In
Kansas during his absence,
inimlltcps have be. n appointed rnr ar-1-niiKlag
the details f ,he- 'joint debate be
two. 11 Isiuisas and Neluaska iinlveisltl.-s
Which s to take iihtcn In 11,,. ,,,!,. ........!
leprese-ntatlves from each institution will
imtthlpato In the discussion. '
I'hlladelphli Is rapidly catching up with
tho pro.-ei.s1ii! A loiter was rood v. il In
laiwivnce a day or two ago fn.m ,
n the LMlllkei- e I iv. :,,l.lr..u....l ... ..'","
. 1 , - ., . , rf , -..-,..;.. ., ,,, ..,,J, ,(,
... le.iic, ttiio icss inan unity yenis ago
iWi?,i"LP' .""'' ""-''ci'tli'lf Kansas In tho
Colled btiiles senate.
Dinpnria a becoming a verltnblo modern
(loiiiiiirah In the aw nil depths of irr "1, I,,"
able w . kedness to which It has dosc-i 1,
An entirpHHng sleuth of the local iush
fiiiiioim.ip the awful discover thai line"
cigar slot machines niv running ' "i Mb
open" within the limits of the in il,.i..ii..
A sulistrilier has Mapped Inldng the Tro
Chief 011 account of 'that yuW sk'ptf-
. nough Imwo or, iv b 10 dont illy , lludVn'g
. IS0 .fa''' ,.""t. w" hnoV' ass'-ssi.' c" 't1 "o1:
nuns lave to be raised every ear bo
cause they are so notoriously false.
Lwreiii-o Journal: The simple, fact of
the matter oet-ins to ba that Judges Miller
voted ptjalust Klsher for chapla 11 of tu,
house ..Miiuse 'ho had miulo an igreoiiiei t
with Iho other iiieml...rv ,,. . ..r". .' 'iV1'
the whole "combine" tlrkot. j m- M.ii.i
Mill It Ml ..
htiuicin?' ;.'... ......v; . m
hoh,.'!.f,p':1 ''".'r.'Sat Miss cpper.
You'Sld.'jo'mniih' kWb " B00sc-"-
lecelvo be- tea I, , vLiiA... Jih" "Ke'' eoiiplf.
w eddlng l ' viit'iT tV, 1,r."nl lt,,""
lllllllent the table tt 1,1, 1, V "l,W cukes 01
gold-, mbt.'ihiif -d ,,, , ',', ' 'V.';,1"1 llll
P.utake of the ,1 . i lii ,.it . "Ip f nests
aod.luedB",vi''e. IJ 'ofri''""L''ts from
t was mad., ciiii ,KV,,V ,. ' l,e,'"-
rout, which was .ov, r. 1 uVi , -. '1 ''.'"
tails The stock ei II r as f Vi"1' s;lhl0
Silk. fust, lied m til biek itlil ".'.p ."'"
be head lioin vvhlcb ii, , "".' " "" si,
suspend!," Th Mel v. 1a.r,'.',1' m,ls ""
the IVikl.in 1. 1....V,... I"..".'.1 ".deep culf of
U.U, a dart hlu'th ife bln'doVid vvllh'
i,,4 ,L ' ""v.'0 tb Chll loothe stockholders
In the I (lack Queen slv.r nine, in Colo-
I? li?,n.h?.,'Iio,,,id..,'enc""f. ..'' ot t1'3 Prop.
iTnf11 ."r,?01.',',1 "B"rc. ,"l,.l ronsumniiito'l.
since It means eoilslderable cash in ihoii
Hon. 1 j, a. cay. who died lu Salem,
p.ni county, tho ilrst of tho v "eelc. had
,'P!iI,'i,l,,0r,e .r lu,s Proialneit i, Mlssouil
IS'.'r'fxV tw'ty yean. past. He was 61
or,1trhe0B.0nfaeT1 " a"llc,ca Wlth canecr
h .'i1'"1.10!' of "Tl'l''1 and True" by the
!ini..!ale", afaiajl- company at Aurora
the other nluht made :. v.J,., 1,1, ,,'. i.i.
una 1 111 11111 v- linn t nn uim-e.i .,
Illcllt, it lh utterly piopIM,leoi" t,, "
pose that he voted agant Mr. PJsI er bl"
cause the latter I, a Meho.a ft '
equally preposterous to ptesume that tho
gicat MethodlM church of this "niuitiy
inJ"' .nB i,r' r.linor ,'" his rni.ni eV
Judge Ml or may have lind .,,,.. .'..;..:.
iXS.Vps1!;tmgp,K,ll;jt lP ha, ,.s
-r.i;'or",, mssr, S" 1""..:
elioscn to m ' t r''0 "' If II U not
white, elthei hroe, ,.dmn 'lh ? fi"nerally
catoly ombrouiercd 'jltl,, ?,! .SR,"-
and'Tltu-d firit'hh:'07',h'. 1',l,!,1t '! Inp" M
stirrnc-ss,' ,;" mn -i, , r .,V.i'uiKlVu ""
women who.irlvi i,,',ir''r"1.,.S, r"- , young
iw nko"c,l' ": tnirw1
1$'? "' Vrll& "ur rk?" in
was him,e-y'lgn'BrnKteiBh "
lr. Ite.lf.ir.l lt.-.lg, rrum rnlou oar(
ZL"!,?! ,',!:: tf ?n &rll "ifct?a
reason for voting as h did, but the fact
that he bad pledged himself to vote against
eviqy rumlldato of the "ioinblne"w, reu.
ton enough for his action,
Atchison Olohe; All Iho "healers" have,
been Placed n the baekpround by 11 South
l'oiirth street woman, who can cure, a I.ini
by simply blowing her breath on It T,"
Is no dull day story, but a fact, and do",
ens of South- Atchison people can tes ify
' Jir,,, S-VSK, '. '.'"i ."?.. W.hc'noVer
Mni ., " "dininVf'Vif" "V l"HPHi In
W. IVT.V.uJ'RWA" l2vntianof "I
ho vooj to the woman lu questlcin, an,i
bus her blow on the burn, und the pa 1
Is gone, uml there Is never an further suf
feilmr from it. Bh was not inm. ,. ..... '..
to a town lu Missouri to treut a child which
had been frightfully burned by sc-aldlng
wa;or. and, after she had blown her breath
ouJthe burn, ihe child w.,u ,.;.. ."".'"
ooly, and toon recovered. The power can.
2,1 .. accounted for. The Ololici would
.:.v:i,""i. ".. x.r .",s. ,ci."" .. 'luestton,
lati aiV'lef' ' a,,,e,r, ft' '";. "fler Mr, sta
cai. "Iliat jbuilV man ovv,i?stM,,,'h, ",e lt
guseoiiipany, iIUi.3"h"nnSnoS st,ck )' tho
coa'l'll'afi?,'.? "" hvy lorelta In the
'.'.'.. r,M:JIe 80."
., k'1' ,"prwifl(-r he
that hi," dVpar uVo , "du:n!;.'nl'n reminded
olivine,,,! ,hat his "levo u,, J. ''' '" "ni
''waie.l."-wi.h,n8io'n,8,!, rS.OU lb "'
pockets and eamd'h,ir,'i''r h,""' In hTr
tilde. The- iiBVB Vi r toy foclii JtfM"- -did
not londes.-end 10 ie?i 1 . ' at,her Sh0
wished to be tukeu ull 'm "'''-' klm
vutordoor, looked iV a Vi. ?xi' ,ho "
reinarke 1 ,,,.!.,, V.. ,v a 'Ku In the ca. nnn
.... . - -. " - 1
1 un..r btiop iniag-.:
r tier name
Aril il ""' 1B '
cheeks. ' ol ,UB to inouut
t ..s. aui uijuB, Irullroad man.
mllHm.-.n '"" "" "' " " ""