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Springfield Globe -Republic
THE .'lMUNCJPIKlil G1.011E,
voiiimoiv. number 3Sf.
SPEENGFIEIJ), OHIO, MOKDAT EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1885"
OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO.
Ohio Vallry an I Tenm-sw lUin and
snow and part! cloudy-, decidedly colder
weather, winds shiltinR to northerly, higher
! THE KHEDIVE HEARO FROM.
He Thinks Gen. Gordon
is Still Alive.
Time was when, in foreign
eyes a distinguishing badge of
an American was black attire,
particularly a long-skirted
Frock Coat of Black Cloth, an
overworked garment that did
duty "in season and out of sea
son, its ubiqu tous sway re
minds one of the prevalence
of the black-felt, or "slouch"
hat "out west" not so very
many years ago. But customs
have changed, and for the
better too, so far as mascu
line costume is concerned.
The Black Cloth Frock Coat
(which we show, of course,
in all styles and qualities),
though doubtless an estima
ble garment "in its place,"
has yielded, in a large de
gree, to other styles, shades,
patterns, shapes and fabrics
the result being to substi
tute pleasing variety for tire
some monotony to relieve
man's garb of undue sombre
ness and, not infrequently,
misfitting gravity. At the
He Advises a "Vigorous Prosecu
tionofthe War" in Egypt.
Cunningham and Burton Arraigned
for High Treason at Bow
Street Police Court.
London, Febr.arjr 9 The further exami
nation of James G. Cunnineham and Harrr
Barton, charted with conspiracy in causinK
the explosion at the Tower, began today at
the Bow street police court. The room was
crowded with spectators. No unusual demon
stration was made. Harry Burton declined
the services of a counsel, and said he would
Poland opened the case for the Crown.
He created a sensation by immediately an
nouncing the withdrawal of the charge of
conspiracy and substituting that of high trea
son, felony, against both prisoners jointly.
Under the new indictment, the Solicitor
proceeded to state that the testimony of the
Crown would sustain the charge of high trea
son, felony, acainst the prisoners. In doing
this Poland, of necessity, repeated the history
narrated at the former examination.
Poland said that as yet the case for the
crown against both prisoners was only in its
infancy. In regard to Burton it had been
ascertained that he arrived at Liver
pool December 24, four days
after Cunningham. When Cunningham
came to London he went to a
place in Prescott street. When Burton came
be lived in Mitre Square. The Crown will
aIo prov- that the headquarters of the con
spiracy, in which the prisoners were engaead.
wa3 in America. It wmiM iu .,,,.. .k-.
the men came from America to London,
bringing with them dynamite with the Atlas
OWEN, PIXLEY &IC0.,
We provide for the largest
range of wants and tastes
everything that is current
and of good repute in styles,
materials and shapes. What
soever your business or
vocation, you can here fit
yourself out in accordance
with the dictates of good
tastes, at prices guaranteed
to be from 10 to 25 per cent,
below an competition.
Wisdom from the Khedive.
Cairo, February 9.In an interview today
the Khedive said he believed that General
Gordon was still alive, as the Mahdi was too
wise a man to" kill him. The Mahdi had no
interest in wishing the death of General
Gordon, but, on the contrary, would do all in
his power to prevent such an occurrence.
"Instant action on the part of England,"
be said, "is necessary to prevent the further
progress of the Mahdi's cause, and avert new
disasters. The abandonment nf ft,. rj..
by England, under the present circumstances,
would be a grand mistake. The tribes hitherto
friendly to Great Britain would now join
the Mahdi, and if England does not take im
mediate steps to crush him, his influence may
seriously threaten the stability of the British
Empire in India."
Societj in Ijo.uliiis-Striiijj'.
Tho American fashions, wo used to
bo told, conic from Europe. But who
makes the fashioc there? When all
English and French dandies arc wear
ing high collar?, who is it that turns
down his collar with such authority
that two continents instantly turn
down their collars? It was answered
that the tailors made the changes. The
tailor makes the clothe, but a change
in tho form or style by the tailor would
not change the fash on. If ho should
change tho cut of a coat for a lawyer's
clerk the fashion would not change,
but the lawyer', clerk would be out of
fashion. Uhe tailor as an arti-t may
may have the highest taste and the ut
most skill, and a- a tailor he may wish
that a new fashion would produce a
demand for new clothe-., lint he has
no social authority. He can only servo
him who has. It was Prince llamlet
who was the glass of fashion and tho
mould of form. If D'Ors.iy. amid uni
versal white cravats, should appear in
a black satin scarf, all the dandies
would hurry to wear black satin. Tens
of thousands of loyal Iintons lnay
leave off gloves; but they are merely
queer, and gloves are still essential.
The Prince of Wale- m iv saunter along
the street w ithout glo . and imme
diatch loe!esne . is the only good
Tin is the secret of fa-hion. It is
the practice of a recognized social
leader. The London World says that
no instance can be mentioned of a so
cial cha c or fashion introduced by
the Prince of Wales which has not been
instantly adopted by tlio-e around him,
and gradually by the general mass of
his future subjects. Ihis is true of
dress, manners, and social arrange
ments. "Society," says the World.
standard of propriety furnished by the
Marlborough Houe." It is some prince
or other social leader, then, who low
ered those lofty bulwarks of collars of
which grandpa's wedding coat offered
so extraordinary an illustration. It
was said that the dioppmg of a pebble
in the ocean produced a movement
which was continued to the utmost
conlines of the sea. 1 he whim or tho
comfort of one exalted or dandiacal
personage may likew i,e. in tho cut of
a coat or the form of a shoe, go round
the world. Uncousi loiisly even wo re
publicans are subjects of a king, and
the severe and scornful delier of the
authority of the llntisn crown defies it
in a coat whose "cut" is a docile ac
knowledgement of that crown's resist
less power. The influence of a social
leader is shown in nothing so strongly
as in his ability to make two continents
wear clothes cutas he choo-es. George
Wxlliaiii Curtis, m HarjH.r's Magazine
Canadians Firing Up.
Orrowi, February 9.It is stated that Col
onel Williams has tendered his services and
those of a regiment, selected from Canadian
miliua, for active service in Egypt, whenever
tbe home authorities may require them. The
application has been forwarded by the Gov
ernor General to England.
Troops for Ecjl't.
London, February 9. Government is send
ing on eight thousand of troops to open the
route between Suakim and Berber. The Cab
inet has decided that the defeat of the Mahdi
Paris, February 9. The French have cap
tured Chinese forts, with immense stores and
ammunition, with a loss of 21 killed and 1G2
wounded. The enemy-retreaUd toward Long
Washington, February ".Senate The
bill authorizing a retired list tor private and
non-commissioned officers who have served
lor thirty years, was passed. Bills granting
a pension to the widow of General Halpin,
and $2,000 per annum to the widow of Gen
eral Thomas, were passed. Several private
pension bills were passed.
House Appropriating $20,000 for the re
lief of the ChnsUan Brothers' College, St.
Louis. The greater part of the session was
devoted to debating the river and harbor bill.
Washington, February 9 Hocse. Long
and exciting debate occurred on whether the
River and Harbor bill should be taken up.
Columbcs, February 7. Senate Senate
reconsidered the vote by which it adhered to
the Mooney penitentiary bill, and the bill
was returned to the House.
Adjourned to 4 o'clock Monday afternoon.
House. The House was disable., l.v !,
absenteeism, and accomplished nothing.
Colonel Wilson Safe.
London, February 9 It is understood that
the government has received word from Col.
Wilson, who, after failing to reach Khar
toum, was stranded with his entire party on
an island in tbe Nile, and that he is safe.
charged with murdering his child, was ac
quitted. Eli P. Miner, of Columbus, Ohio, had Wm.
Woods arrested in Indianapolis for running
off with Mrs. Miner.
The Cashier of the Liverpool. London and
Globe Insurance. Company's Bank in New
l ork is a defaulter.
Philip H. Kumler's nomination for U. S.
Attorney of the Southern District of Ohio
was confirmed by the Senate.
A three-weeks-old infant was smothered
to death in Cincinnati, while sleeping in a
narrow bed between its parents.
The liar Association of Cincinnati will con
sider the question of requesting Judges Rob
ertson and Conner t resign from that body.
The journal of Private Henry, shot for
stealing provisions, bv order of Lieutenant
Greeley, in the Arctic regions, has been
It is learned that the missing editoi, H. B.
Conant, of Harper's Weekly, was at the
Ocean House, Coney Island, January 21,
without money, and acting strangely.
Lea Linn, editor of the Wabash flnd.1
Courier, shot and killed a rough character
named Mickey, who threatened him.
Roswell Swift assaulted and seriouly hurt
W. H. Little, of the Evening Chronicle, in
St. Louis, on account of a publication to
which Swift objected.
There is much uneasiness at Gubat, where
General Stewart's command is intrenched.
The rebels are preparing an attack. The
troops are on luree-auarters rations. There
is also much anxiety concerning General
Wilson, wrecked on an island in the Nile.
Nothing has been heard from him. It is ru
mored that the Cabinet has instructed Wolse-
ley to ransom Gordon, if alive, and withdraw
from the country without further fighting.
Meantime 8 000 reinforcements will go for
ward to Soudan as fast as possible. Spies
have been sent to ascertain Gordon's fate.
The .Nile is falling rapidly, and navigation is
Michael Davitt wa3 compelled to leave an
English hotel in Rome, ihe guest refusing to
eat in the sime room with him.
Princess Clementine, of Belgium, is to
marry Albert Victor, son of the Prince of
Miss Rebecca Kearsley, ot Bucyrus, worth
$80,000 in her own right, has married an un-
knowu roller-skating-rink professor, who
agrees to lake $20,000 and relinquish his
claim to Lis wife.
There is a decreased acreage of the wheat
crop of 1885, and much damage is reported.
Chicago experienced the worst snow storm
of the season Sunday night.
There will be a National Farmers' Con
gress in New Orleans, February 10.
Wm. A. Vincent, brakeman, of Indianapo
lis, was killed by the cars near Troy, O.
Governor Cleveland spent Sunday as the
guest of Samuel J. Tilden at Greystone.
Dr. R. neber Newton, in a sermon, denies
having attacked the creed of the Church.
Mary E. Heffner, of Findlay, Oaio, has
brought suit to recover $2,000,000 worth of
property in Columbus, Ohio.
At a meeting of Socialists in Chicago th
extremists advised the use of dynamite, while
others counseled moderation.
John Daueherty, a tifteen-Tear-old bor.
was horribly mangled and killed in the Hart
ford City (led.) hub and spoke factory.
Wm. Forman and Dan Henry were arrest
ed on the charge of arson in connection with
the recent disastrous fire at Mt. Sterling, Ky.
A Chicago, Burlington and Quincy train
went through a bridge at Craston, la. Seven
passengers were killed and sixteen wounded.
President Abner L. Frazer, of the Ohio
State S. P. C. A . anneals to the Duhlie In lie-
half of dumb brutes cruelly exposed to the
ngori of winter.
Three roughs in Cincinnati badly beat a
man who attempted to rescue a woman they
were insulting, and one of them was sbat by
Mrs. Dudley, who shot O'Donovan Rossa,
is sull in the Tombs. Rossa is rapidly recov
ering. Captain Phelan says he will not cive
up the prosecution of Short.
There was a general advance in specula
tive securities on the New York Stock Ex
change during the past week, and the indi
cations are for further improvement.
The New Orleans Exposition Comnittee,
who called upon the President to secure a
recommendation for an additional aDnronrm-
tion, left a statement showing $360,000
A seventeen-year-old colored boy attempted
to kill his mother with a razor at White
Sulphur Spnhgs, Va., and fatally cut a man
named Bowers, who attempted to rescue th
t oiumeAXC. Number 1135.
All Uslliunfo of H linos.
From a critical paper by Edmund C.
Stedman in the February lenturi we
quote tho follow ing: "If the question is
;"". .loiiiu me vcise ot Dr. Holmes
bo held in as much f.ior if he had not
confirmed his reputation h piose re
pleto with poetio humor and analogy?
Iho fairest answer may he in the nega
tive. Together, his writings o tlicir
main success to an appioim.ite exhibi
tion of the author himself. Where tho
man is men morn liroli id..,, I.; . ... i.
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the public takes kindly to one and tho
other. The jester is privileged ecn v
the COUrt of art nml liftfisis.. , t It
could apply to Holmes tl.o jester,
homilist, and man of feeling his own
process, we should hae analysis in
deed. Were tho theme assigned to
himself, we should have an illimitable
honest setting forth of his merits and
foibles, from this keen anatomist of
mind and body, this smile-beetter.
tnis purveyor to so many feasts. As a
New Englauder, ho long ago was
awnriinil LIle highest sectional nraiso
Ulat OI "Z ,- -;. - ..n ,..
cutest. His" clearness and crsatility
bewilder outside judges. Is ho a gen
ius? I5v all means. And in what de
gree? Hi, prose, for the most pait, is
lieculiarlv ori"in.il. Hie c,...;,.t,a .,f-,.
has scarcely Lien the serious work of
bis life; but in his specialty, erse suit
ed to the frolic or pathos of occasions,
he has ghen us much of the best-delivered
in his ow n time, and has excelled
all others in delicry. lioth his strength
and weakness lie in his genial temper
and his brisk, speculative habit of
mind. For, though almost tho only
utociu toi ivuu ins iniuseii enough
spirit into table and rostrum erselo
make it worth recording, his poetry
has appealed to the present ralhcr than
the future: and a rain. !m li inn ,.:
. -a . -.- ..... -ww t.uw-
OUS and analytic a brain for purely ar
tistic work. Of Holmes as a satirist,
which it is net unusual to call him, I
havo said but little. His metrical
satires are of the amiable sort that de
bars him from kinsmansliip w ith the
Juvcnals of old, or tho Popes and
cnurcfiills of more recent times. There
is more real satire in ouo of Hosea Hig
low's h rics, than in all our laughinV
philosopher's irony, rlnmed and in"
rhymed. Yet he is a keen observer of
tho follies and chances which satire
makes its food. Give him personages,
reminiscences, manners to touch upon,
and he is quite at home. He may not
reproduce theso iiuagiiiatholv, in their
stronger combinations; but the Auto
crat makes no unseemly boast w hen he
sujs; ji nas n teauiuig ot i.ife that
we came together. I tlmnri T !....
something about that, that I could
speak or write about it to some pur-
Sose.' Let us consider, then, that if
olmes had died joung. we should
have missed a choice example of the
New England fiber which strengthens
while it lasts; that he has lied to
round a personality that will be tradi
tional tor at least the time granted to
one or two less characteristic worthies
of rejolutionan dajs; that ''twas all
lie wished' a fen of his 1 rics already
'""S iouui sun-i i aiunoiogy, anu one
or two of his hooks must be counted as
factors in what twentieth-century
chroniclers will term (and heie is mat
ter for rellection) the deeUpmcnt ot
'call)' American literature.
AVIT, ANI IIWIOK.
Lonir rolllrur surjres nf n fiillliiir soa.
. .,. . .-....., iiuniit mi uiihiiimu Hnoro.
a ..! " ,J Kfl'i rick' s" "J '" !'"'!'' " .
A mast with broken ainliijro iiuthlnir more.
Rwirt-falllnsr (lakes of n .lark, iln an Monn:
Ho oik. lis with uncertain hnn I hli ii(Hr.
?7wniriC,lm : '"' '" "'- form
Of waiting if wc. nets! to t, H i, ,.
A 8TOKY WITH A KORAr.
AnU little boy
w ith faces full
Of radiant Joy
into the pm-
i ry went one flay.
Hut Ik.'CouM not
It"liie their ill.
Hut whui they git
Aaj up there.
,,;,' .."" ""-". ni up mere,
w lien their Uearmoth-Their litn;. ,
hr was away. Aih. re n full
Ofeurrthing- Tlmt iroo.1 St IV-
X ,. l',lt'J.1f a S,.'n- ,,r "Mll.Ill t pull
And HI led their lit- Th. m thro th. irate
Tho doctor ciime Out In the cold
And irate them pills Unto UiN .laj
Hannibal ll.iiiilin and IIU Itrotlier.
Mrs. Langtry Is ill, in London.
President-elect Cleveland has been photo
graphed by Sarony.
Eureka, California, has expelled all Chinese
from tbe town.
Keokuk, Iowa, has adopted a $400 per an
num salooa license ordinance.
Nine convicts were whipped at the post in
Newcastle, Delaware, Saturday.
Wm. Welch was arrested in Bloomington,
lad., for the murder of Lewis Fedder.
The signal Service office, at Washington.
was damaged by fire to the extent of $2,000.
Joseph Hartman, tried at Fremont, Ohio,
Columbus (0.) Democrats are considering
the introduction of a bill in the Legislature to
turn over the city to the Democracj by redis-
tncting, legislating Republicans out of office
and kindred schemes.
Nearly every National bank in the United
States, whose charter has expired during the
past few months, has applied tor extension of
corporate existence. Six hundred and forty
four National banks had their charters ex
tended prior to February 2. Two hundred
and forty-six renewed charters since Novem
ber 1, 1884. One hundred and nine expired
in January, and nearly all were renewed.
Sixty-eight expire in February, and exten
sions have been asked in almost every in
stance. Nothing has yet been learned of Gordon's
fate. An attack on the British forces at
Gubrtt is imminent, and their situation is very
precarious. Italian troops have occupied
Mas o wah.
Twenty-seven Anarchists in secret session
were arrested in 1'ans Sunday.
English employers continue to boycott
Two hundred and fifty Chinamen were
killed by a powder explosion near Canton.
"My beloved daughter," no saw, -he
stroked her golden curls w ith ono
hand and scratched his shins with the
other, "next week is yourmarriage."
"Yes, papa, and I wanted to ask how
much money I am to expect from
"H'm, well, in case wheat goes up 5
cents per bushel I shall probably make
the check for $10,000, but in case wheat
takes a drop of 10 cents you must net
expect such liberality."
"Oh, no, no," of course not, but I was
just thinking that perhaps you'd like
to give me 25 cash in hand and settlo
the whole matter now. While I do not
donbt jour integrity of character, it
takes money to go on a bridal tour to
Chicago." Jtafi Street Sews.
Upon being carriett Dacic by some
casual remark to his boyhood days,
Mr. Hamlin to'd me how he accounted
for his hai ing grow n up at variance,
nollticalh. uitll tll nllinr nonli.-e. nf
his family. Said he: "When we lhed
in Paris father took the Portland Gaz
ette and the hnitern Argus, both weekly
papers. I think the mail came once a
week then. I used to go to the post
office for the mail and bring home both
of these papers. Father was a whig,
and he used to sit dow n in tho evening
and read the Gaulle through first?
While he was reading the Gazette I
use a to read the Argus. I did this
week after week, nml imtm.i tUn Je
7sgaemea democratic cant. My
brother Elijah was a very strong whig,
but he and I always got along well to
gether, because we agreed certotalk
politics, and we kept our agreement.
1 ran for congress in this district, and
he voted against me three times. When
he ran for governor I voted against
him. In 18o(J weeanio together in tho
republican party, and I'll tell jou when
and where it was. They held a mass
mcetin.r here in linn.rnr'fiml V.ISSnli nn.
sided. He introduced me to the audi
ence, and I began mv sp. rh in this
way. 'ISrolher! We mei to-day for
the first time in our liCs on tho same
political platform. I gio you the
right hand of fellowship. Did'nt they
howl. thoU"-ll!" Anil tbn vnnerilil..
statesman's eyes flashed as he recalled
the exciting event. He said ho could
rciicat a Iane n.art of tlmt ci.,.ol,
"The campaign of 1856," he added,
"was by far the most exciting of any
in w Inch I participated. I made ninety-nine
speeches in that campaign. If
1 had known it before it was over I
would have mado one more." "How
many times did j ou speak in the last
campaign?" Twenty. I belietc"
"Did the work tire you?" "Not a bit.
I got excited sometimes, though, I tell
jou. Lcwtslon (Me.) Journal.
Olvo the Girls an Kii.ii C'linnce.
An eminent French writer has said,
4Wlinn tvim ixt.K it i uw iii iifti
educate a in in; but. when u educate
a girl, you are laying the foundation
for tlin mine limn if n fimilt 1T Tin
might hae added th it to lliis 'end tho
physical training was of equal import
ance with the mental.
In these days the subject of the phy
sical training of young men is occupy
ing much attention, ami the disciissious
are broad and full of interest. Tho
fault is. that the needs of both yxes in
this re-pect are not equally considered.
An erect ligiire.au organism in which
tho processes of life may go on w ithout
the ceaseless discord of functions at
war with each other because of abnor
mal relations in short, the added ad
vantages which a line t)hsical adjust
ment gives to its possessor are as
uucessury loune. sex as 10 me oilier,
nd for the same reasons.
If physical education and consequent
lnmrn nmnnt M1v tliinn" In tin tlnctt-.tH
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itisuotth.it a number of indhiduals
as a result of this training shall he ablo
to perform certain feits of strength or
agility, but in its broadest sense it is for
the improvement of the race, and tho
race can not miteriillj advance phy
sically, intellectually, or morally unless
the t'o factors which constitute the
race share eqti illy in whatever tends to
its greater perfection. Therefore if in
consequence of proper physical training
men can do more work, he longer.and
transmit to their offspring a share of
this improved condition, women also
should be o trained that they can do
more work, live longer, and contribute
to the higher possibilities of their off
spring by supplementing- instead of
tlit.ni.tif.fr tit., tirmiii.fi tittfoli )i ia linnis
""; "- i-n..... .if... "o fu
presupposed in the higher development
of the male patent. Popular Science
Monthly fur tcOruari.
"A good many marn iges," says a
Boston exchange, "come out of a"tcn-
nis court." They are usually tho kind
that go into some other court
A live snake with a gun-barrel insido
of it vyas recently found in Eastern
New York. Now vv e may expect to
Jearn that a small calf has" been found
in Sara Hernhardt's stocking. Xcioman
A Sullivan county piper, in chroni
cling a marriage, published a list of
presents received by the bride. Anion"
them were a cow and a b.ibv w ao-nn"
Thoughtful people' in that county.
Hoostck Falls Standard.
At dessert time a magnificent cako
is placed upon the table, to the uncon
cealed delight of the young tvrant of
the household. "Oh." ho "cries in
rapture, "give me some of that cake
plenty of it too much of it, please!"
. c.et ii u.
Mistress Jane, I read in the news
papers that very much of tho candy
now mado is decidedly bad for the
health. Yon must be very careful that
dear little Fido does not get hold of
any of the children's candy. Philadel
"It is easy enough to sec that that
man has never served on a jury be
fore," remarked an old lawyer in court
.. . iiiuiiu. -- ny r in, unprofession
al friend inquired. "Because ho pavs
such close attention to tho evidence.""
Xew York Times.
'r.apa, why do they call our police
men 'the finest in tlin ..if.rl.19' " .:.!
Iew lork girl to her father. "I pre
sume, my dear," replied tho ptrent,
"it is because when v on look for one
he proves so fine that vou can't see
nun. Junkers blatesmiiii.
"What is the price of this axle
grease?" asked a new clerk of a -ro-cery
dealer; "there is no mark on It."
"It depends on your customer. If he
asks for axle-grease charge him 15
cents a pound, but if he wants butter
make it 38 cents." Philad, Iphia Call.
"i.o Clara is dead." observed Mrs.
Simpson sympathetically to -Mrs. Do
Silva of Boston. "Yes, J)0or dear! she
died last week of lung-fever." "How-
did it happen?" "She imprudently
exposed herself. Tho house cauHit
tire New Year's night and the poor "irl
rushed out into the snow without "her
eye-glasses." Xew lork Graphic.
"Yes, brethren," savs the clergyman
who is preaching the funeral sermon.
a single night torn from tho arms of
his lov ing wife, w ho is thus left a dis
consolate widow at the early a"e of
2i j ears." "Twentj-tvvo, if you
please," sobs the vv idow in the front
pew, emerging from her handkerchief
ui .in iiisianu r tgaro.
Little Johnnie Jarphly had heard his
mother speak with high" commendation
of a neighbor's astuteness and conclude
with the remark: "He is a smart man
and has a great head on him." 'Pa's
a smart m in, too. ain't he. inn?" n.t.
od Johnnie. "I'm not so eertain about
that," somewhat dubiously replied
Mrs. Jarphly. "Why, I heard him
tCll Mr. (lOsilOm till, mnrTiif.r. l.n.
ho'd got a great head on him last
night." said Johnnie." PUhburg
Mrs. SnobTly, a very aristocratic
New Yoik lady," received a visit from a
friend, who, among other gosip, said:
"Do you know that your son has been
seen in company with a seamstress?
Everybody is talking about it." "Oh,
that doesn't amount to anything," re
plied Mrs. Snoberly, smiling. "But,
I am told that the young lady is per
fectly respectable.'" "Horrible! Hor
rible!"shrieked the no-nniioil tiintlmr
"Ho may bring disgrace upon tho fam
ily by marrying her!" Whitehall
"So these are French peas?" said
Fogg, scooping up a forkful of the ho
meopathic emeralds. "Yes, sah," re
plied the waiter. "Come from France?"
"Yes, sah." "Well. 1 shall think
more of the French hereafter. They
couldn't find anvbody so low down
over there as to eat shot if it w as paint
ed green, and so they send it to
America. Oil. yes, I understand.
George not a word, not a word; but
take them away keep them for some
body that craves trench peas not
any for me, not any for me." Sew
"A good wife is heaven's greatest
gift to man and the rarest gem the
earth holds," remarked Mr. Jarphly
the otiier morning. "She is his iov.
his inspiration, and his very soul.
Through her he learns to reach the
pure and true, and her loving hands
lead him softly over the rough places.
She is " " "Jeremiih," said Mrs.
Jarnhly .snTmmilv ".Ii.rmniili wKt
wickedness have you been up to now'
There's no Use of wai'mg or whipping
round the stump, for I'll hear of it soon
enough. Say it right out, Jeremiah!"
Judge Wakefield, of Waco, has a son
of whom the Judge is very proud. He
thinks the bov has a judicial mind and
will grow up'to bo a great jurist. The
boy is, however, very lay A few
days ago the Judge said: ""My dear
boy, why dont you study nio e indus
triously? 1 want you to become a
famous jurist. You have not touched
your books to-day." "lam not going
to study any to-day," replied the in-
uuieiu uoy. - i iion l see mat it makes
much dillerence, pa, whether I become
a famous jurist a few davs sooner or a
... .1 . ...--It rf ..v.
ic u.iys later. jcjus oij lings.
"They say" thai tho recent rule of
the school board, cutting out fifteen
minutes from the nooning of the school
makes it bad for many of the pupils,
who are obliged to hurry to their homes
if living at long distances, bolt their
food for dinner, and hurry back to es
cape tardiness in the afternoon; and
"they say" also, that "standard tune"
is accountable for the rule. We can
only suy in answer, "I told vou so; I
told you so." Just about fifteen min
utes at the close of the day is lost in
daylight by the schools, and by every
body, that might as well as not be had
in the morning. Boston Transcript.
I havo a bachelor nnitninifinnA mlm
I cherishes the. delusion that he has mu
sic in nis sou., ne lives in tiamisomciy
furnished apartments, and anion-' his
bric-a-brac is a in.ann win. 1, I... ; .7 .
. . : " " s uub
to torture at any hour of tho day or
niirhl his fanny nlnn-'.? II. i..i.. . .
, ,. ,, .,,,,luv ln
the musical direction is limited to play
ing by ear. One night la,t week ho
returned from a party at a late hour,
and sat down to rmrrwhmn .. ..i.l
which nan caugni ins t.incv. Ho was
pleased with his performance, and
played it over and over again. In one
of his pauses ho vv as startled by a noise
and, looking behind him. saw a man
crawling from beneath his sofa. Tho
man, rising to his feet, turned to tho
astonished piaiii-t. and examined him
with curiosity and di.gust. "Younn-
iu.ui, sjhu Uie stranger, "I am a
wreiciieu mirgiar. anil I had meant to
go through your clothes after vou had
gone to bed. I hive done tenyeirsat
Auburn, but I would rather do twenty
more than listen to vour plavino- for
another half-hour. I'leise call a po
liceman and ha.c me arrested." Uuf.
MURPHY A BRO.
Robert Collyer says ho has been
firing at the bull's-eye of poverty all
his life, nn.l If.,-.,..,.,-...: i i ...; .
, ..,.,,if.tvi nil sstju IlllUDfJ It.
North Carolina is ono of the original
thirteen states, yet tho largest city
within its borders has only 20,000 pop
The number of plant specimens
to botanists has been placed at 100,000,
""' " seems mere are many still un
known. Although not jet SO years of ao-c,
the king o Siam is credited by The Ce
lestial Empire, a Chinese newspaper,
with 203 children. F
Miss Lelia J. Robinson, daughter of
the late well-known correspondent,
"Warrington." of Boston, is makiti"- a
reer forhcrself as a lawycrat Seattle,
Saturday, February 7, 1885.
48 & 50 Limestone, -
HaTe Jnst Opened Some
Special attention is
called to our lines of
TABLE LINES at 50c.
to 75c per yard.
The proper allowance of air in bar
racks is 000 cubic feet per man in
i-.urone and l,li,0 in India. For hos
pitals, 1,200 cubic feet per bed in Eu
rope and 1,800 in India. Horses re
ipnro in England 1.C00 cubic feet each,
or nearly as much as three men.
Frederick Gobhard has entered his
horses for some nf thn Fi,0.. ..!
events for this year. Eole has been
nominated for the Newmarket handi
cap for 1.000 iniitinia fnf ., n .
Metropolitan stakes, tho Epsom "old
cup, and the Ascot gold cup.
Persian carpets are rarely large, be
cause they are chiefly woven (savs a
recent consular report from Tehe'ran)
by the women and children of the peas
antry in the villages. 'Ihus. a country
man will havo a nig made in his own
house, and when it is done he takes it
to me nearest town and sells it for
w hat it vv ill fetch. Of late y ears, how
ever, much larger carpets have been
... tut- iui iu.j xureign marKet.
Parties have returned to Tucson, A.
T., from a tour through the Supersti
tion Mountains, and report the discov
ery of extensive stone ruins, some of
them in almost inaccessable places.
The walls are several feet high and
look as if they had been battling with
tho elements for centuries. Tho prehis
toric people, of whose existence they
are tho only remaining evidence, must
have been numerous. San Francisco
It is tho talk in Nmr 'VnrlTl,i. u
Herald, which for many vears earned
a profit of half a million of moro year
ly, is now only paying expense,. The
paper has only half the advertising it
had a year ago, and has certainly Tost
circulation. Upsides tho T-nt.,,1 :
is now only 2 cents. Bennett's cable
ventures and enormous personal ex
penses have crippled him financially.
Wouldn't it bo strange if the "Teat
Herald would go to wreck?
Tree-culture on the nl.iins i mil ;.
lapm progress unuer wise encourage
ment by the Government- It is riot
unusual now to see in naturally treeless
regions farmers' and mechanics' homes
surrounded by thriving groves. Tho
cottonwood, the tree indigenous to the
watercourses of the West, is reinforced
by the Western catalpa, white ash,
w hite elm, black walnut, locust, mul
berry, silver maple, red cedar, and
At Havana, when i .lt-iinr.ftl.l,nfi
stranger visits the tobacco facTory of
enui eauaua or i.ariagas, ttie custom
is to otle-r him an "obsequio" by fash
ioning him a new brand of cigars in his
nonor. 10 mis we owe the excellent ci
gar known as the Serrano and tho Hen
ry Clay. The London tobacco manu
facturers elected to pay Charles Dick
ens the Cuban compliment- A neat
little cigar, costing only two cents,
was devis d and was named the "Pick
wick," which still retains its popularity
in England. The Two Jlepublics, Mexi
co. The frorfeou, ininerinl mnniln n
by Mine, barah Bernhardt in M. Sar
dou's new play, "Theodora," is the
talk of the hour in P.iri, Thm,..!. .n.
so valuable as the original, vvhicli was
said to be worth 000,000, the modern
mantle cost Sl.000, and is exactly
copied from the famous mosaic por
trait of tile RmiirPfJ llnnnn. 1. is
made in bluo satin, bordered vv ith gold
and sown with peacocks having saji
phire and emerald plumage and ruby
eve,, and i- worn bv Theodora when
visiting the Hippodrome instate. Lon
A perpetual calendar, so old that its
history is Io,t in the past, is now in
the Mu,eo Bornbonieo, at Naples. It
is cut on a square block of in irhle, up
on each side of which three months are
registered in perpendieul ir columns,
each headed by the proper sign of tho
Zodiac. Tho calendar begins with tho
name of the month, then follow the
number of days and the nones. The
days of the equinoxes and the summer
solstice are determined, the principal
ajTriciiiiurai operations are lmlicateU, as
well as the guardian god and the re
ligious festivities of the month.
Henry Irving relates that when he
was a struggling provincial actor he
plaved the villain m a famous old mel
odrama called "The Dogof Montarges."
In one seeue a powerful blood-hound
seized him by the throat and bore him
to the ."round, thn, s.-ivinif tin. haniinn
from his murderous designs. A piece
of cooked liver was fastened to his
neck, and to this tho half-famished
beast fastened his teeth. "I didn't like
the role as well as the dog did," Irving
sajs, "and he was far more awkward
to manage than the entire I.ynwood
company." Scio York, bun.
At its highest stage Great Salt Lake
covered about 35.000 square mile of
surface, and the pre-ent body of water
has barely 5,000. The w atcr is gener
ally supposed to have disappeared by
evanoration. or. in nlnin tirnia nn in.
proxiiuato evaporation occurred of
about 116 cubic miles of water. If tho
lake lowered at the average rate of
one hundreth part of an inch per year
(and that supposes an evaporation of
1,500,000 cubic feet annually) then it
was at its greatest height" 1,200,000
vears ago. If tho evaporation contin-
Bleached & Brown
Please examine the
grades we offer at 5c,
6c, 7c and 8c per
All grades, at the low
est prices ever quoted.
N. B. W shall place on tur
Cheap Tables, Monday, Feb. 9,
some extraordinary Bargains
in Ladies' and Childrens' Hiit
erv. Kid Gloves. 50c. worth f I
&c, &c. Table Linens!
loweisana i (Dwellings. Those
who come early will get the
uos in tne luture as it nas m me pose
in 1,500 years there will be nothing
but a thin sheet of water during each
spring where Great Salt Lake now-is.
M. Marcy, experimenting and study
ing the march of French soldiers, dis
covered that low- heels has a favorable
intluence on the pace which a person
walks and that the rytbmofthe step
has an important intluence on the
speed. The rythm was studied by
means of an electric bell, actuated by
a pendulum of variable length to enable
the sllbleet tn keen prr.pl limn o.l tUa
distance traveled was recorded on the
odograph by electric signals sent
rilnn the lin. tti-t- flffr- tnotan ...f.-
ersed. It was then found that the
length of the step increased little until
sixty-five steps per minute are taken;
it then increases until seventy-five, and
afterward decrea-es as a higher rythm
is reached. The speed of travel in
creases with the acceleration of tho
rythm up to eighty-five steps per min
ute, and decreases at higher rythms.
An industrious, simple, and cour
teous monarch is "Count Vasili's" es
timate of Franz Josef of Austria.
"Having urgent business to dispatch
one day." lie relates, "the Emperor
had his dinner placed on his writing
table. His Aide-de-camp dined at the
same time in the adjoining room. Af
ter the meal the Emperor opened the
door and said: "You can go. I shall
work alone What do jou think of
this food?" 'It seems to me, your
Majesty, that the dinner was not
liist-rate.' replied the Aide-de-camp.
The Emnernr then oTrfliiniml WKof
, -. .. u ..u..ub... If uu
dillerence docs that make to you?
Vou can makeup font at an hotel, while
I am obliged tocontentmyself with this
trash. lam not allowed to go where oth
ers go.' His vv ork at an end, the Emperor
remains alone and reflects. Sometimes
ho feels seruples about what he has
done, and. if on the morrow some one
eelioes his doubts, he modifies his past
resolution. It is this temper of mind
ever striving to achieve the best
which in a chivalrous nature has some
times made the Emperor Francis Jo
seph appear vacillating."
A Gooil Story Greatly Modified.
The romance about the return of
Uiarles ii. liisfcop, tho reputed grand
chamberlain and son-in-law to the
king of the Sandw ich islands, to his
home at Sandy Hill, bringing with him
millions on millions, is exploded by
Mr. Ilishop himself in a letter to a rel
ative. He say s: "I need hardly tell
you that Sandy" Hill was not my "birth
place: that "I left there in I&16,
not 184S; came around Cape Horn to
Honolulu; did not visit California until
1SGC, was not ajawyer; did not go with
the king to Washington; was never
grand or any other chamberlain; did
not marry the Princess Ruth (she was
my wife's cons n); have not inherited
million-., and have not thought of re
turning to sandy nut to reside. I have
lived too many j ears in this pleasant
climate, and am now too far alon" in
life to think of going back to a cold
climate to reside. I know of no other
place so favorable to old people as this.
Here is mv home. ni lni-.f-,!- inf..,-..-
! my prober field of labor, "and here is
I .l.v. .. .e .1.- . . i .
me uiaic oi uie one who was uearest
to mo of all the earth. 15y and by I
may travel for a while, but my hopes
ami plans have been so sadly and sud
denly changed that I am still unable
to say just what I am to do." Albanu