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DAILY CITIZEN STJPPLEMENT-SATUEDAY, MAY 10,' 1800.
Police System of the Largest
City in the World.
vates a total of U.8H3 men. 'J hey patrolled
6,1113 miles of street, covering 87 square
miles, with SI.WM.HIIO inhabitants, anil the
arrests for tlio yeur preceding were 7:i,85T.
At present tlio metropolitan police force
consists of thirty superintendents, HIM in
spectors, 1,IMU sergeants miu ia,r.u con
stables a total of 14,'JW, nil under tho dirco
tlou of Commissioner James Monro,
THE "LIBERTY OP THE SUBJECT.'
Thar Is Supposed to Be One Policeman
to 400 People Slow Growth of the Sys
tem from Constantino the Great to Vie-
rarl The Urd Gordon Itlots of 1780.
"1 .nndnn la the lnrin-st city In the world."
go much every one knows, for even those
who cannot read have beard statements of
the fact atnco childhood.
But amurently every one uocs not Know
. hat Ixmdon ia alac the greatest cit y of t he
world In many other respects, containing
more wealth, learning nnd fashion, more
imvertjr and intemperance, moru grout li
braries, churches and museums, and last,
hut not leaat interesting, more odd people,
nntiuta from other lands, "cranks," re-
formers and political exilea than any other
city. And unt the least interest lug fact Is
that (hm enormous musses are kept 111
order by a police force that Is probably the
smallest, in proportion, of any city in the
About 14,000 regular policemen to about
s.mo.000 neonle is one way of stating It. but
the atatement needs some qiiiilillcalloii, a
there are never so tunny in the line of duty
at once, and on the other hand there are
many private anil siH-clal wiiicnincn. in
one Important point tho "cnik" baa an
Immense advantage In lxuidon, anil iiulccd
all over Great llrltaln. "The lila-i-l y of t he
subject" Is there respected to a degree that
urnulil Is surmising iu America and
thought perfectly ridiculous In France or
Germany. It is an iKimiiiruiiiri mm pus,
pockets and sneak thieves by the thousand
are well and personally known to the pn
lice, talk familiarly with them and walk
ru.t them with imnuiiity as long hey
r not. ratnrhtlntlioiict. Again and again
has the city chief declared that "a mob of
8n,l rascals might gather in Trafalgar
anunrawlththenvowed intention or snci.ing
Buckingham palace," nnd the iolli-c could
only stand around till the attack la-gnu.
K.inm bidicrniis n-aiilts follow, ami his-
trv records a few episodes of unparalleled
horror nnd havoc. When Urd (ieorge
Rnnl.iii'H "Protestant army" of laV1 Im-
mm iu inarch on 1'nrlinmeut house the
nolln. did not feel free to interfere; when
thidr leaders addressed thrill, with an ex
hortation to burn tlm Catholic churches,
no arrests were lu.nii-, mnl when tiiu mis-
chief actually la-gun the puller wen- power-
leas. For six ilays the great city was at
the merry of the w ilucst ia r modern
times. The prisons were biokt n oh-ii. All
il,. i.mf.vuiioiial criini:i:ils joined tlie nrig-
ml rioters, ami hulidivils of shops and
n .....Minus, were nluiuh'red. At one lime
thirtv-alx irrent llrcs wore blazing in the
ltv. Then trooim Ih-uiiii to pour In from
all the garrison Imvim and the riot was
put down by the killing and wounding of
almut five hundred ienpic. in -iniriiuiiy
P, Illi-kens has id veil all iicrnuut al
onn uranhlr mid accurate of this ah'uir of
June 8-8, lTtsl
LIFE 11 LIFE
Has Been the Law's
( HIM' JAMKH MOMIO.
tviw.n tlio Prince of Wall's visited New
Vnrk l.a was niiiiuunl to learn that nil llial
vast crowd had gathered ami disu-rseil
Uhnnt an act of violence or a serious run
bery. Tliey showeil liiiu this gcncnil onlcr
I..,,.w1 hv the cantata of detective a few
days Is-fore: "Arrest nil known pickpn-kels
.t. -,.,........, ffi.L.. Ilu.ni In." The
ou vow ...... -
nrlnra wiu amnnisbeil to learn that I lie
iil-rtv of the siihloct." Ut lie a tii.-kpockcl
lor Instance, was lew retarded in America
h.n In Eimhind. and the Duke of .New
u.nni o eer-lseil alsuit ii that he
mndelttheaubjii't of aswial parinjnipli
In l.u risirt. When til" prince and prill-
,,.v tlmlr IlllllliC reifUlloll III lllllloll
h. ..nh iniide ii "mull" and ovi-risiwen d
the police, seven (crwins were killiil. over
900 badly beaten and so many rubls-d thai
do list was ever made of the smaller
amounts. When the Great Knstcrn was
on exhibition In KiiKland the rolils-ri
were enormous; the New York puliccrlaim
that of the 110,000 iwraons who viltcd her
on this side not one was robbed. "I ,lh..iiy
of the subject" onmoa high, but the Kim
liah think they must have It.
The whole history of lnnilnn slammls in
curious episodes rvsullliiK from this nn
table compromlso Iwlweon mob and m
lice, and perhaps the historic met heal l I lu
best to show t he development and charac
ter of the city Kovornineiit. lmdoii was a
town xtn0 the beginning ut hlst.ii y. and
was big eiiouull toTMMiieiitloneil byTii' iliis
In A. I). WWH Ami at that early dale. It
needed and had it vlKllnul pi'Hce. t'ousliin
tine the Great, tlio first Christian emperor
of Home, while a commander In Hrilaln,
built a wall around London, nceonllu ( to
some ancient authorities, and established
complete polios. Under the Saxons It
soon became the capital of KuKland, and
tbelr police w "oluntoer body. The
cltlaens were divided Into hundrwls, with
kmaiilstrate for each, and each hundred
Into tens, the beaU of each ten Mint re
sponsible for the rest. Ilut the city sunn
got too big for the volunteer system, ami
- William theConqiierorrnnUKl a complete
charter tht first of which any copy exists.
In 1101 the first lord mayor was Iiiiiuku
rated, and soon alter the Insurrection ol
Wat Tvlerln 1881 the general constabulary
was quite well organUod; but In the pol'"'
proper the voluntary system atlll prevailed
to a great sxUnt. In lOHS about 00,000 .eo
pie (a third of tne popuiaiinnt aieu in ine
uiague, ann an niuniui'i ...... ..
..r. tn have laiwetl. The next year the
gnat fir deMroyeil bl.'sM Iioiimw, IsMidcs
churches and other public buildings, Mug
flslitha of the city wltlilll tlie wans, nun
after that the foundations of the existing
polio system wer laid. Ml III ine voiun
tmr nrlnelnla nreviillml to some extent
nor was It till I7fttt that a complete paid
,m inileiM-ndoiit of county authority,
was established. And hero the Inquirer
finds evidence ol that tendcrncaa for "the
liberty of the subject "which Is a surprise
to th American, an absurdity to
Frenchman, Mid a hopelessly Insoluble
mnlsrv tu Ills Guriuall.
Th outcry was so great that the act was
formally reiealed, but the government In
trnduoed tha various features of the system
little by little till 1TU8. As late as 1H there
were lint, ami man on the entire nirtmiHill
tan night patrol, and as old sailors and sol
dlera and other nubile servants were pre-
f erred, one-ball of these wsre "aged, Icoulu
and Inefficient," according to Hlr Ilolsjrt
l'oel. His hill, passed that year, reformed
th system. In tarn) there waa number " re
form." In 181 tha fore waa consolidated
under one commissioner and two assist runs,
and on the first iluy of 1H74 the exist lug sys
tem waa pmnouni-ed complete On that
day there were twenty-six superintendent s,
S71I Inspectors, Wol sergeant and B,MNt prl-
THK I.I1NIHIN III.ACK MARIA.
The Increase of force has hardly kept
pace Willi tlie increase in ii" """
Ainerieaii polleo ollieials who visit there
llnd mailer foriiiiia.eiiiciit and amusement
In skiiii. features of the city government.
I'hurles Dicki-ns speaks of the sympathy
the lower classes of lint IkIi feel lor a uniiiK
man; Americans think the sympathy ex
lends to all classes, for n drunk man Is
never arrested unless Ills coiuliici la-comes
utterly unendurable. Similarly the worst
possible class of women ply their trade un
checked; they me not Interfered w ith as
long as they molt st no one else. "Liberty
of the subject" iigam.
On tlio other liaiiil, However, ivueii me
London police do go for a mail they mean
business and are no renpei tcrs of persons.
KxH-hlef of Police I icorgu . ailing, oi
New Yol k, reports I hat i n n certain great
day in London n tilled cnpti-ln In the I old
stream guards tried to ride through a line
r,.,..l in. 1 1 iu lHiiice. vt iicii n-sisieu ue
troek the olllcer with bis whip, lie was
i-.iniptly aiivsud, and though Ills iriciuis
tileaiteil that lie was uiui.ieim-.i .u...
nuniin-il sum for bis release be was
- - .
colivictcil lltul selllelieeil io a n-riii ui nil
piisonineut. His tiobltt i-i-lalives lin n ap
iu.iili-,1 tiiilieiiiieen. bul ill vain. She made
. : ... i. .i... i -
.inei- that toe nr-tiiiT ine raus ni- ."-.i.
I he mail slinnld know the law uuu Ins nut J
iiii.I the noble laolaiii had tu serve his term.
.Mui-HiilavV h story of hugl.iml gives
iiinusing Instances of thenlisiinl b-iigth to
which respect for prceeiients ami pei-somu
lilR'itv has Ish ii carried. Savoy and White-
filnrs were two IjiihIoii districts in which
, ..ui. con lil Is- ari-este.1 for Hint or mis-
deiiu-iuior. Tin-mil oral result waa t lent no
w hole dl-ti lct I craine so law less I mil no
prmvsMii.ti Id Ik.- exw-utisl there without a
llle of iiiiiski leers. "A creditor v. ho vent-
,w.l it,,.,... uns kuockci down, strip pen.
tarred nnd fialhenil. He was dragged
..L..,I i.iuiiiil down Ibestns'is. Filially he
was coni'M-lled to kneel down and corw his
r..i i,..p nml i, mi her. alter which In-litnisii
Inline without a rag lllM.il lill.l." Thecil
l !,i.l Ink line mi. wiiraMi-; "lils-it y of the
...I.I....I" wi. -iniim-il u link- t- fr. An
,i l uf iiaiiiaiucllt ubolisbcd the Im-ul priv
;i r.nnl iiroilainalum wnrii'ill in-law
less to llw-. acid "when on the iire-a rils-d
lavl'.i- o:llicrs er.issisl the Is.uil lnricsllie)
I I it, s'nvls where a lew wcci.s isi
. ..... 1 1. rv of ' V wi ii !' w ould liave draw ii
I,. '! hi-i- a thousand raiuug buH'n-s and
iveiis as quiet ns tbi-cl.itslcrsor n came
Tin in hi.- imsiieh corners ill Loinioii now
ri.i.pi. an. hir.-e i!i; li-ii is given i'"T 10 vli-i
-.lid criiuc.of wbl.-h Wbllis-h.-is-l bnslal. l.v
,t I I 11 nam,- of hoi-i-ur. but lliciv is no
;-lnr- when-the polh-ebe.dtalct.i g.i. Slow
lv Inn aiin-lv the s-ilrll of liusleru prnjin-ss
1 r,.i..foi'iii evi'ii the darkest isirtsif I.011
.I..11 nnd thus It Iss-oini-s easier for the
......II is.Ik-h force to u-iinnl the great city
"Yon u.-e always safe In good cmniany" Is
a l-omU'ii lui.lio which is aim isi nieraii)
THE ''ELECTKOCl'TlOX" 3IUIIULE.
Its Oiltcime May llv tbo Alinllllon of
Capital I'uiilsbiiienl as tlio Tenuity fur I
Murder The C'liiinoi'M nf the Assassins
to flu Free.
Is the death pcnall y "played out " I
It would seem so, so far as the state, of I
New York Is roiicci-iicd. At. liny ri'tu the j
legal battle over the substitution of cleo-
trlcity lor the rope has rem hid a stagu
where a compromise proposal to abolish j
capital punishment altogether Is receiving ,
serious couhlilcniiion ny tnu nieiiioers ui
At present, however, the situation is per
plexing ami the only people who view It
with complacency lire the eight men In
New York slate now under sentence of
death. If Kcninilcr wins Ids llnal battle
ls.r,.intliosuircmi' court. It Is asserted that
all these men messieurs tlie assassins, tlio
French would call them must bo set. at
liberty under the constitutional provision
that lio man shall twice be put iu jeopanly
ol his lite for Hie same olleiise.
Yorlc, liiouklyn and Jereey City more
than 5,000 men
knew ol the ci lmo
nnd were looking
for the fugitive.
Hut they didn't
catch him. When
the door of the sa
loon he left no
olew for tlio of
cere to follow up.
n-i.u., i..,.,i in.
deed,, hat he made t"AliU:a JA(KSON
his way down town and borrowed some
money 'from friendly compositors who lit
the time had no knowledge of tlio murder,
but beyond that they could secure uo in
formation about. Ids movements,
Jackson's real name Is I'hnrles E. Bu
chanan. While a resilient of Toronto he
slashed bis wile's throat, but not fatally.
Uecause of this deed hi- lied from Camilla
and assumed an alias, l iitil recently ho
won- a mustache, but at. present Ills lace is
smooth. Here Is the description sent out
by the New York police:
CharlcH K lliicliaiian, alias (.'hiiilus E.
Jackson, a Canadian, aged between lis and
81 years; 5 feet 7 inches ill height; stout
build; dark brown hair; medium complexion-,
had smooth face w hen lust seen; has
very wide nostrils; wore dark coat and vest,
striped trousers, reddish scarf, black derby
hilt; speaKS Willi nil r.limisii accenv, is 11
drinking man; associates with fallen wom
en. Hiichanan Is a compositor and gener
ally works Iu newspaper olllces. At the
time of ids lllght he was 11 member uf Typo
graphical I'nion No. II of I his cily. Iu 1ISS3
lie was a member of Typographical Union
No. ltd of Las Vegas, New Mexico. He w as
also a member uf Toronto Typographical
Union No. IU.
A FAMOVS HUNTER.
the King of
the Canadian I
one of astonishment and horror. This Is
tlie telegram that caused his hand to grow
nerveless and brought tears to his cyest
"Myrtle was killed In a railway accident
at Staunton, V'a., early this morning."
Mr. Kent called his chiuf, told him the
news and ient home to oonvey the sad In
telligence to his wlfn. The Myrtle referred
to by the dispatch was his sister-in-law,
Myrtle Knox, a beautiful girl of IT who, a
few months ago, resigned her place as tula
graph operator at tbo Midland hotel, In
Kansas City, to take 11 position in Klco's
"Pearl of i'ekin" Comic Opera company.
1! J I-L" .i
A MONUMENT TO REVOLUTION,
France lleglniiing a Series of Centennial
France is entering upon I he centennial of
the great eveuis 1 hat marked her history
during the last dermic of the previous cen
tury. One of I he most notable conuneniori.
thins that has yet taken place occurred the
other iluy at Toulon, when the president of
Hie republic unveiled a monument In honor
of tin- French revolution. The principal
figure is that of republican Frame, stand-
t'j 'riR ?i
it V. 4fl .-J VrV '
IUI. A. 1-. sol TIIW Il K.
This nroposiibin, of course, Is disputed,
and nmbablv will Hot Is-settlisl without
extended coin roversy, provided alw lysthat I
Kemmler comes out ol I be light vn torloiis. I
Meanwhile, however, Ihe attempt in abolish j
tin- death penally is i-t least Interesting
ami wort by of note.
K.lcrtrofiiliuu -thai is generally ncccpteit
at present as the com-l u-riii lori-M-mion
by electricity- has had a rather checkered
career, and iias yet not heenmc mm h more !
than it was liriis-ii ) .-ins iigo an i.n-a. 11
was iu lsT.1 that In. A. P. Soctliwirk, nf
Hnllalo, ciiiiis-ivcd the plan ol siiiisniiiung 1
the wire tor tie- gall mx lie rcgar led the
legal taking of Imin iii liii-ns a 111 ccssnry i
ii, asonils r ailjunct l-i tin- iiemiuius 01
Nilieleelitll eellllliy 11-lll.atloli. Ilut, he
reasoned, if a 111.111 I1.1- furfeltwl t-xlsteui-o
Is-caiiM- of crime, ll ire is no excuse for
iidiiiu him In itcnuiy l y n imrimroiia
mid cruel met bod, Hi- dcclm-d that 11
pros-rly diiccied elisiru- t uncut woiini
priHluce insl.iiit mnl painliss ilissolulion,
mid satisfy Ihe law's ihtuainiB wit limit
subjecting tin- iiiiuinal to any undue
mental or physical agony, unce k.-
si-sscd of this belief In- In- tan an agita
tion that illilllci-.l llovei-ll.T inn in
sis m after bis iiiauu-i ia: i.-n, to s-ml tlie
following message to the ii.-vs,'i,,Iily;
-The present Music of executing crimi
nals by hanging has ci. down to us from
Ihe dark ii'tcs. and ll may well lie que
tloiusl whether IhcBciciuvnf Hie present
day 1 1111110I provide 11 means for taking tbo
lives of such as are loiiiii'iiiiicu 10 uie a
l.,.s luirluimiiH iiiiiuncr. 1 eoniincnd the
suggestion In tho niemU-rs of the legisln-
Asa result a coiunil.-sii.n on exisuiion
was nppoinlisl, coui.-id of Allivd 1.
Suithwiek. of lbilialo; l-.llirnh.e l.i.crry,
t V...i Y.irk. and .MilltbcW Hall, of Al-
Iwmy. These gi-lilleinell w.-lll exliailsilei
Int. 1 the hislniy of capital punishment.
They nought Infi-ruialioii alike from Issiks
nud men. Tin y talked with sclent Ins, ex
pert and even a hangman, (in .11111. if.
Is.-, iliey submitted their rc"irt. They
staiisl thiil llu y found Ilie forms of execu
tion ill vogue. The guillotine was used by
ten fcovcni'iiciits, the sword by nineteen,
the gallows liy llnve, Ihe mussel ny mu
and the ax by 'one. liny saw no merits In
any of these Instrument of death, iin-l
unanimously n iiiniemit-u mv n.i.........
of Ihe ebs I lie 1 nr. cut. VI ilb Ibis Tt port as
a basis fur i.ell--n Ihe lotti-lnlurc naineu
ami pasM-l I lie hill m on the statute
issiks. ll re.fivcil Ihe signature 01 ine
governor. I urn- I. l-. nml went lulu effect
Jan. I. Is'.il. ll was, as nppisirs from the
alsive slaleuient, 11 ineiisiiie that received
If., mnl l.ii,L! c 1 111 V lhroll::ll lln-exer
lions of llr. Si.uiliwlck nml lioveriiiir Hill.
Its provisions are Phi well Know 11 10 nceu
rcpflltlnti here, but It l well to add Hint it
was created in the inti-ivsls of humanity
.zm-r- I'T ii tfva, ,;ii."i....iiHnl' fctif.
Mf''flM'HI'.i, , ,
Americans and l-'.nglishinen who frequent
the Canaillan wilds in search of- big game
all know or have heard of Jim liloile, tlie
famous Mic-Mnc hunter, who lives on the
Indian reserve about six miles from Shu
benaciiilie Station, Nova Scotia. For the
past eight years he has traveled extensively
with Sir Charles Alexander through the
t'niiailian and American norl Invest, and
Newfoundland, an. I expects to guide Ihe
same gentleman au.l ids It-icuilsthe coming
season. Illode is about 4S years old. He
speaks l-'.ngllsh well ami knows the forests
as thoroughly as a scholar does his Homer.
WEALTHY BUT WEARY.
l neplallleil Suicide i.f u Well Old Negro
The other night w hile temporarily de
ranged William Lambert, the richest col- ;
oii-il man in Michigan, committed suicide!
at bis Detroit, home, ll was a I i-ngic close
ton longanl eventful life. Ilcloie the war j
Liiinhcrt acted as one of the conductors on j
the underground railway and helped many i
slaves to reach
Canadian soil. He
met John Ill-own
at Detroit iu l.-s'iS
and allied him to
plan the attack 011
At the conference
then held one of
the men present
ad vocal ed Ihe
blow ing 11 p o f
public boil 'in-;s
and churches, but
tiiis was warmly
otihoscd by Lr..w n
and Liiuils rl. The hitter act. d f"i a lime
as treasurer of Ihe 1.. ague of Liberty, and
duritlL' the l"tcr years i f l is life took a
THE MoNTMKM' AT T11I I.0X.
lug 011 Hie prow of a ship, holding in 011c
hand a Inbl. I Inscrils-d wilh the rights of
man an I of the eiii-"i. and in the other
the torch. f eiiliili-ui. At her feet are
two scaled ligun-s, one representing force,
thetithcr justice. The 111I ire design Is III
ineinurv of Ihe fi le of the fidcri.lii.il III III
Field of Mars ill H'.io. and tin- combination
of inoiini.icnt and fuiiiitain is said to Is;
ft':, - i
IMI.I.I WI I.AMUI.IIT.
MIsS MYlill.li KN11X.
The accident, by which she lost her life or-euit-ed
on Ihe Chesapeake and Ohio rail
mad. The train for W ashington was de-
scciiiliiiga lieavj grade, when t lie brake rod
of Ihe engine fell, and tin-air brake was
rendered useless. The cars rushed into
Staunton al a speed of eighty mill san hour.
The sh-cper ill which was .Miss Knox left
the Hack and was Ihr.iwh on its side. It
caught lire, but tlio flames were extin
guished by ci:i;-.eiis. .Miss Knox's injuries
were so se ere that she died a few moments
afii-r being taken from the ruins. Other
members of t lie company escaped with life,
but received such serious hurts that all
dales were canceled and the troupe dis
banded. The last letter written by Miss
Kiio-i was Ion gill friend at Kansas City.
In it was Ibis 1,-rse bit of advice: "What
ever your inclinations may be, don't go 011
A CHAMPION CHIMNEY SWEEP.
Ills Nil ine Is Ldwnrils, and lln Has lliid
1 a Toilsome Life.
j "Champion sweep of England." That
title N the sole distinction that Henry Ed-
wards, now- a resident of Kansas City, has
I nbtaii'i-l as the result of threescore years
! of toil. When years old lie was Isiiiud to
j a muster to serve an apprenticeship of
i seven years as a chimney sweep. His
mother being destitute, and ids father
them, tin- only re
source left 10 se
cure the necessa
ries i.f life w as la
bor of the severest
sort. Tin- work
ilcuiaiidi d of t In
1 sweeps lifty -cars
DEATH AST DESOLATION,
J shall never dlo, I four,
O heart, so sure bosteud,
O kuuKsr never fed,
O lite uncuiufnrted;
It is drear, very drear I
I am cold,
Tho stinshbiu glnryf ylng all the hills,
The children ilitninng among the ilatr.xlilsi
The thrush-like music of mulduns' Hps,
Brooding tlianksKiviug o'er dear fellowships;
The cului (.'.impassions nnd ImnlKultles
(if souls fosi uiicu.irod iu translucent seas;
The visible nuliuiicu of tae Invisible,
Far gllmiistis of the purfeot beautiful.
Haunting 1 he earth with houvon, .hey warm
not me ;
The low-vuieod winds breathe vsry soothingly,
Yet 1 am cold.
60 long the dread cuinpantonshlp of pain.
Ho luns the sl.av compression uf the bruin,
Su lung t he hilter famine and the drouth.
So long the ache for kissos on the mouth.
So long the straining of hot, tearless eyes.
In huckwaril looking upon yariulise;
Mo long tired fuel dragglnv fulteringly ui
60 long the solsmn sanctity of woo;
Then- was u void in heaven, which only she,
III all 1 iml's sulutlls-t. o.iilhl till uerfeutly.
I l'i-rhiips for tisielnse olinging-ton much sens
i of loving, an. I of Love's Omidpoti-uuo
I 1 whs siri, (..-ii biiro uf siadue-M like u tree
I Hy the blank thunder blasted. It may uu
II 1 was not wort liy ; that some inner Haw,
Which hut the eye uf the Omniscient saw,
Hun ilarkling IhruiiKh ine, making mo unclean,
I know nut ; hut 1 know that what hath bucn
The thrill, the rapture, the luunise repnse,
I Which hut the passiou-scop-errd spirit knowa
! The lies rl 's u real luilo lightening up Ihe days,
j The Imiatli all Incense, ami the lips ull praise,
I Can Is- no inure for evor; that what la
; lii-ciu-iiitr.ieu. ion in a drear ubyss;
bean niuets nuistretched toward the dark pro
f.ian.l, starved isirs vain listening fnratendor suuudi
The lips chiikll'H buck t he desnlato cry
W'ruii from the soul's fnrlnriiost aijiiny,
Will until tlie pr.it-. uf being full,
Anil the uns'ii grave's quiet covers all,
I'crhiips Llit- vlolels will hlossuuithen
U'er inu us swi'i'tly as u'ur olhor inou,
It 1 must sail;
This criiuil'ling Inlo chnos and decay ;
.My heuri ii. h. s, ami I think I shall go mad
hi aiie day some day.
prominent ,,,,-t n, t he ,l,.;n:sf the colored j it..t--iu.lM..li;-lW
Masons.-ind ...1.1 Fellows. , !'"" ! l Itsdi-t.-uK :.ivJ!fMj
TheoM .it-g.i.Vs id.- was unexpected ! 'I he poor lads wen- A IS1
nud caused general nsionishnient among scut i.p chiumes, f,.
The Wife nf Her I'tirle.
Mary Sanson.-, of Ibiltlinore, Is one of
those who hmk Uin i-c 1 1 iage as 11 failure,
and she has I hei-i l'or.- b--.:'iti suit to secure
her frvtslom. She llit na-t her husband,
wlioisiilsolicruiu le, in May. is-r.niul llu-y
went to Washington lor the pm-pose of
Is-ing luarriid. Sib.ii cilt this her hus
band deserted her. The ln..-of the Lislil
of Cultinibia do not jo 'hil.il sm b mar-rlagi-s.
and I he quest ion t.i Is- determined
Is wheliicr Ihe union, though legitimate
w hen- the ceremony i.im.i-ic.1. i valid In
Maryland: Mrs. Sauso.' h s one child.
Her husband Is now In Virginia.
Ithlv.lNii IN A Air.
triit. ale uu you inieiien-uii.s ... ......
..Lhi.r 1'c-s.oirs rlLhls you lus'il no!
r..ni-iloii .mv "Isibbv" will ill 1 111 r . a.se In
viule the " ls-rtv of ine biiii1h-i .
,1. II. Ill aiii.k.
The llrluklnn- of Alciihol.
The latest vice Inrlnhn public llllellll..
1. the drliiLIm- of nlcohol. Tim i-onuui'
ion of the llcrv liquid Is said to Is- urowiuu
..It. ...nil 1.01.10 (fit .1 1 II classes ill IM-ll
.1.. it..tn.ii-Ls u nbvslelaii: 1 in- onlbi.iO
.Ir.iiil.iird is not In b rouip-n d Willi the
,.l....l..,llesluie. The former lias on uion-
than one occasion Is-en niln-un-.l. but who
nn sint cut the drinker of Hlreiqni nn-o
ml who I, ..s liven to ias-oiuen iu:'o iiKu,i,i
A Timely Kliake Slnry.
Thcsc.i -on has now ad-am 1 I f ir enough
for Slllll.'- stoi-hs to lie iu 01.h r. tine of
the first lo gain currency Is I" 1 he effect
that the Isivs who attend the Howard pub
lic school ui John-dairy, N. J.. found a den
of serisnls Hie other lift em 1. It was a
big hole III Ihe ground, partly covered with
a lone. 'I bey poked slicks into it and In
ten minutes a Inr-tit liumls-r .1 snases
.nine out Willi slicks and st,.n, s they
killed forty seven black snakes, live pilots
ami foiirtivii garlc.-s. Two of Ihe black
snakes were live feet long
Only WiitlH-u Ml I'lineral.
Tin- women of Mill ui. I'l l , are Just at
present niaklti' it uu ihirl.il h- for Ihe
male n-sldi-nta of thai town. Mrs. Mary
Ann Henderson died tin- nl her d ly after
Is-iug Is'.l ridden f ir twenty oueyeirs. At
the funeral Ihe only man pn-ciil was the
pri-ai her, nnd the corps., was placed In the
cntlin an I .-.irlcl lo the hearse by females,
wlio also did Hie nis-i ...ny work nl the
cemetery. Considering the criih i-ni they
have Inclined the men now wish they had
gone lo the funeral ill a body.
It, ...... Avivs has lun.ls greater progi-ci
1I...11 unc niher South American cilyilur
Inu the last thirty live years, Iu Ksl the
population w is iN,.Vm, ITi.Mii 111 IM-, ,
UuO In ImkU and nn.i,mu tislay.
Oxldlnsl Hllver - Silverware or plain!
ware, portions of Ihe sui iin-ii of which arc
l-Usteil or oxl.IH.sl tu enhance the elbs-t of
ccrt-iln foruuof oruiiiiieulnlioii, Isi-uil.sl ox
Idlest silver. Several is dors am prisluced
by Th lie of dilf-rent oxl.lltug ngmiU.
Inlaid Hllver - An article of silver III hlch
channi-ls or morll"- have Iss-u i-nt or etched,
these chanll. ls or inortl-s-s Is-mg niterwaru
iin,.l .lib iri.l l or other metal and the ur-
fm-o being made ronlliiiloils over Isith the
Issly nl tlni viawil and the Inlaid metal.
Ihua-Tlia Imse of a nlalisl arlieleUIhe
nase mi'tal Isslv or core uin abieli silver Is
deMMltil hy tilt plater. The si. -l or oilier
I sua niuUil form of a fork or s often
erromsauly disiigiiuleil an a blank, Is tvaili
tha base. The latter lei in Is more Ireipieiilly
applied Ui Hi form for a plisn of hollow
laminated War A form of hsurulloii re-
suiting from a pn-ullnr iniinlpubillon of the
nietnl forming tbo tssly. Kevnral plnti-s,
sh.sitn. bars or a Ires of il.lf. rent metals an
twisted, folded or knotted Ingot her, and, Is
ing united, are afp.rwai I loiiti-n lulu a slns-1
Irolil which the artleln Is formed, Thesiir
Im-eshuws all tha metals as If Inlaid In that
Illimk Hirlctly applied this or l means a
sheet, disk or liar of nietnl of the tidckius
and other dimensions requisite for the forma
tlnnnl an article of silverware, llu-li-rni
has Is-en freiiucntly Miiployisl, however, lo
1. -V-- .- C 'Vji,
(lllVKIIMlll liAVIII II. MIU..
Ilut when the brullsh Keinniler 11 Ivcd
sciileuct-under the new law for killing a
woman, the iiu-HhhI by which he was nib
judged losulTcr death U'gau lo IsMtssaDed
with criticism, .lienor w u in.-...
never beanl tisik up 111s eausi- ihmi .....e
fought step by step III hlsls-half, until now
Ihe hlglast irlbiinid In the I iilus. Males
Is lo Is- culled on lor 11 mini uecision.
lllght here Is the point where a general
proMwllion of law limy inlcifeiv with the
llidlvliliialailiiiliilsliiilh.nol Jusibe. When
Ihe new law was euacteil Ihe old one wiui
aliollslied. Tl eitl'iu.iiil .cannot Is-hanged,
anil Ihe possible dilemma presents pur.nling
Uut of It may come, lis Indicated la-fore,
an entirely new-oioer ol things ine iiikui
Hon of capital punishment.
EVADED THE POLICE.
MunUrsr .farhsnn (lives Ihe Aiithnrltlrs
Al .It'll Tumble.
No more sensational minder has Is-en
commit l.'d for n long time than that III
which Prlnler Cliai les lv .l.n ki.oii llgured
us principal. It " urn-d Inn- one night In
a sulism on SI it h nieniie, New Yolk cily,
and the victim was Minnie Murphy, a Is-nu-tlful
bul ilissolnle youou woiuati, who hail
severed her rcl.'Hons wi.h .liickniu and ile
cllned In renew I hem. Upon her refusal Ufi
drew 11 l.nlfc. cut her throat nnd lied. Ik-
ri'galne.l their senses
r.,M, Ih, mm liresellt.
ileslgnale the Isisa metal form of an oig.s-t to jk,,,, was out of algid nud the :-lrl was
1st. planed Willi silver, a siisn i-n or mi s
rnady for the -plater Is.lng t-oiiiinen-lall) jj ,jH,t i,u police forces of New
kuuwu as blsuk.-Jvwelers' Weekly,
11, i nvered Her l llltni'lhl.
Piiubt v Icr Llppc. of Wi-siphallit.
loved mnl thought she was loved in turn.
Hut her wias-r pinved fail hies, and lied to
America. Paula followed him, not lo im
claim his fickle fancy, but lo make him re-ston-amtich
priw-d iimhrrl,la. She secured
her cherished rain shedder nnd weiit back
across the siormyiKH-ali to herhonie. Equal
ly vigorous uuasiiresoii I he part of otln-r
ilinbrella owners when despoiled would
sisiu elimlmile their theft from Ihe list of
amiill Wuges uf sin.
Some one has llgureil out Hie total sum
of money stolen hy Ulnck Hart, noted
western siageriiblsr.diiringhls nine years'
career 011 the r I. '1 lie conclusion arrived
litis that I hi i's desK-ralu met hod of
making a living net ted him less tlinull.UUO
I'nnl r.lillcleil by II clone.
IHshfl.li.iu Hnit n limn gets foiitrn
iliclcil be 11 cv. li' i ' rioiiielbliig very
llkull .sriirr. d' in n l"f'.v ImililiiiK In
Plltsbin-g, Two gciill. iicii worn stunn
ing lu-ur tlm window l i'i'iliig out lit llu
cliiiiils, oiiiiii.ai-lv Ibillyand gray, wlilcli
lb,, wind was ili ivtil ili loss lln- sky.
"I wish," s.ii.1 mi". 'Hull I wiih nut of
tliisliiill.lin,f-l.'Ks lilio 11 1'.M'lniiti coin
ing." Noli-ciisi-," Mihl tin' otliefl '.volirri
liiuch safer up In n- llm" I" Iho nHint,"
iiiiilnslii-siok.iit fnriiitis gust, tif wliui
tori' tho Iron shut lei' from Im fastening
nml Inii leil It ug iltisl tin' window, m-ml-Ing
the glass In bi siliiilers nil over tliu
risiin.- Now York Pii ss.
From Noie r lo M iy theexs.rinllim of
PUt flowers rnnil the little loWU id I 'miluts,o
the sot lb c ust of ii-.ii , readies Ihe sum of
The iiiimiI . 1 ol bods si-cn In lln- vicinity of
Fhllnilnlphiii 1 Ha- llrst. day of Jauiiaiy
last by Ihe lielawiirn Valley (liulihologlenl
club bud I', ci nil ll'ttl-llisl I ISI Nf IKS.
Never I011. I1 a vine that, has three fingered
leavi-st Dial Is, leaves divided Into three
parts. Vim s that show five fingered leave
may handled with safety, Poison Ivy has
three flniji is
his friends and I'.'h is. lie- evening ol
the tr.ige.lv In- !' 'tu rued homo fi 1 church
witli hiswif -. Mis. I. imis'il retired, her
husband ii-niurl.ing I'.at he would soon;
follow. Instead he went to Ihe woodshed,
and hanged himself. hi 11 foiiml, at 4 Iu 1
tht- -niiig. lite had be n e.tincl fur some
time. Lain1 -it w is icirs old and left
1111 estate valued at vli ''.'"i'. which goes to
the witlow and tw o sons.
Cupid tines In ourl.
A queer case is I i be 1 1 led him.ii before a
New York jinb.'e and jury. Sometime ago
Uiuis Si ham r w as eng ig. d to Mary K.t
mer, a bud of sw eet I i. Tin-i:ii-l,alt lioitgh
young, was more practi al than romantic.
She induced S-h.-uu-r I" deposit flimto her
rri-dit in" savings buik, In-e.-ius.i olhers
had bt.n.i n their em .orements with her,
ami she Iboii dii shi-iei-.-hl to have a forfeit
iu case he also should full." This money
tlie midden afterward drew nut. Twoday
later, w hen her lover vi-iti d her, she slam
med the door in liis face and her brother
Solomon tin ust Mm from the house. For
some reason Schaiier charges Ihe girl w ith
K-rjury, while mi her pall she alleges
breach of pmi.il e.
A Mull Willi a l.nng Heard.
If Mr. Philip Il ttisoti, of Corinth, Miss.,
lived limine: the I'uil.sor Arabs he would
doubtless receive honor and reverence.
They regard a man with 11 big beard as
worthy of I iage. and Mr. Hanson meets
th.. v.'.iiiivmciil lo the fullest ilcgife.a hi
ts sups.sed lo have the longest whiskers in
the world, lie Is ..f utiu-md slaliiie. but
although marly six a.id a half lift tall.
When he Is standing el eel I. Is Is-inl reaches
the ground. This reiiiari.al.le growth Is
but fourteen years old. A licruiati resi
ib'iil of I 'hlca-io a few yeiirs ago Is.asicl of
his sixty Inches of bcar.l, bul Hanson g.-s
him seiet-al l-iler, having iuaii tlireads
iu his hirsute appendage that measure over
hcvellly illi lies.
Hunting for Treasure.
Treasure hunting has as great a fascitis
tloiitisliiyaswli. il J.isoii went searching
for Ihe golden Itns-e or men Ihs kcd lo Cal
lf.,,,.1,, In 1 he "brave old limes of MH." All
expedition will shortly leave Valparaiso,
Chill, tor focus Isl iml. In Ihe Pact.'ic, on
of treasure Is hurled. Two or three times
expeditions hat i uone from Valparaiso on
n similar errand, mil an proici s.
Thai faith Is still maintained In Ihe exist
once of tl" in Is shown In the f el that
nlsiul tlo.oin has b.i u ol laimil lor Ibis
new es-rltncnt. The crew r. iu 11 cer
tainly in Ihe wav of small wng.s, and un
to get 11 share of Ihe lieasiircil any shall
tic 11 without
r 1 11 1 b i II Lf. 11 11 ll
WHO Id ihv.irinbly emerge blackened, bruisc-il
and bidding. Life was cheap, though,
and small account was made of the dent ha
frcitici!lH resulting from Ihe millions toil.
Ijiler linns, how ever, have substituted
nincblncrv for Ihe lender Indies of children
in the exploration of clinked up Hues, nud
that F.dwur.ls and his sons are sweeps to
il iy by in. means implies that they visit on
their appicnlices the outrages, to which
I hev w.-re sub!- led In the past. Pcsplto
bis ;o veins and Iiurdshipsol his youth,
Kdwards is still a hale and beany mall,
giiwsa iss." -
Till: IIIIMM-Y swt.KI's HiiMK.
w ho deliuliia lo recall his experiences and
rejoices in Ihe fact Hint the general lull now
growing up is not required to face the a-r-lls
thai made his own chlhllussl nny but a
A I'tiM'ky Cliltiiniian's oircr.
ll has never Is-. 11 siipulaled In the coli-
lliiniis i.f so la'.bd ilviliisl duels" lllllt 1
toe survivor of I ue inmlsit should care for
the I iinilv of 1 be slain, mill It has remained
lorn Cileslial lo suggest tiiis Inipnrliiut
ami n as ible pruvisu. His name Is CI111
Fung, ai d he ll.es at Hridgeport, Conn.
The other il.iv he wiis rrfusisl memlM-rship
iu the l!o-c.lnlc Fi-.iiug club, and heard
one of Ihe black ball, s refer lo him ns a
"In .11 In 11 I liiln Thcrciisiit he hied him
I., I. is l.i 1 1 1 1. 1 1 and iH UiusI the following
1'0-I,I"TU M.1-.11111. It"" hd-- Flsllllu- elell
1 Hon 111-. 1.1 1 uliiiu i lia Koli ll..illn-ti I'hl-
n,f ,' 1,0 liiijll.fti, lee riillsiinn. ib'ssatt-i
, M.lil bi .an M.-m.s'l .1.111 ull ll..l.ili' il.s-k
It is Ik-IIcvc.I an ciioruiotisainoutil ! -iii.- nn.ni "u '"" "" ' ' ' "', , '
in..luil.e cmi' el.ll li.'ll when V-il die l mean
lll,..'SS. t III) t?USU, riwtum
Kiuersun on Neaspsper Reading.
NewKp!ivcra hare dono much to al
hrovintu exircssion and so to Iniprov
style. Tliey lire to occupy during your
geiu-ratioii a hit'itfe share of attention.
(Tiiis w as said nearly a qunrtor ol a cen
tury ago. It wits as if he saw ahead the
blanket editions.) And the most studi
ous and i-iigagi-d man can neglect them
only at hi -cos'.. Hut have little to do
witli I hem. Learn huw to get their best,
loo, without their getting yours. Do not
n-ad tin-in wneu tho mind ia creative.
And do nut reud thorn thoroughly,
column by oduinn. Remember that
1 1 icy me made for everybody, and don't
liy to g.-t lint isn't meant for you. The
miscellany, for instance, should not re
ceive vour atteiilion. There is a great
, -t't-rot iu knowing what to keep out of
I Iho mind us well ns what to put in. Aud
even if you tinJ yourself iulorested in
: !he -elections you cannot uso tlium, be
I cause tin- original source is not a rat
j erciicc. You can't quote from a news
I pnis-r. Like muiio insi-cta, it died the
! day it was born. The genuine news is
I wh.it you want nnd practice quick
I n'liri lies tor it. (live yourself only so
! in.oiy minutm for the paper. Thon you
: will learn lo avoid tin- premature report
, tud iiiiiii-ipations nnd the stulT put in for
people who liavo iiotliing to tliiuk.
A New I'arls 1'un.ulU
A new celebi ity is making hi appears
.mot- uloiig the Isiub-vaids of Paris. Ha
is a well-divsse I, intelligmit-looking
youth, who saiiiil.Ms along tlio terrace
id the priin-ipal caft-s, .canning the face
of the coiisiiiniiuiti-nrs until lie cutche
sight of one that striken his fancy. Doffs
ing his li.it siliicly he thus uccosu th
gt-ntleinaii he has singled out:
"Will inon-ieiir bo gixsl onoiightoask
me uuv qm-silons lie picasc rciainm tu
'the hi.toiy of France from tlio time of
j Plinraiuiiiiil down to Napoleon 111? I
can tell the monsieur tho dny, even tha
hour of tlio birth, tnurriag.0 or death of
any histmii-il ersoiiage. "
I In nine cases out of ten till walking
pncycliipii-Jiu hits so well clioson his man
' thai miiii-ieiirthus addressed puts to bum
' u numls-rof qin-siioiis, all of which are
iiiisweic.l corn-cily and instantly, to tha
a-t.ini-huiciil of iho person around and
' 10 ihe pi.. lit ol tliu inventor of this novo,
melius! of earning a livelihood. ,
tTlul'Ufd ' Huliliblg Ihe Malls.
The p.s.ileof Hulla! N. Y., received a
disui-tve.-ible surprise I.. ' oilier day when
they learned that William W. Allen, super
Inlelnli iit of null-, had been placed under
arrest, and that w In n I
eustodv 11 iniuilsr of '
The f auaill.iii lien llulug Her Duly.
I luring lss.1. according lo tlie otlh liil sta
tistics. Canada t-xporleil H,li.ouo di..cn ol
eggs, valued at J,I.Vi.iiu. liver these llg
uns one ol Ihe lliuultilnii pas-is grows
enthusiastic mid ihi-lares: "Ciuiadii should
nlsillsb ihe Innicr as the nntlotial rnibli iii
mid pill the hell I 1 Ids place. The la-nver
is soi osi il 10 Is- tlie emiiiein 01 iiiuusir)
I-liihi.uphjr In KplinUr.
No one but a blind man over pawoa
11 mirror without looking lib
A io.sh'1 w ife is one who thinks lior
husband knows more than her kin,
l'.iery man is n licro to soin woman t
vi iy woiimii is a heroine to some niau.
The biiiln lays of Ills children are a
mini's l.iudui.irks on the roud to old age.
When 11 man linully suco-c.ls In nmk
lug him-elf fiimuus Ids wifo gul lb
credit (or lb
Noihiug plfi.sfs a mnn o much a to
I ic told tiuii su mould tlamo,slucouiarrlodt
is still admliiiig liiin,
A woman inn U paid no higher com
pliiiu-nt llinii to have bur husbuud ipoud
.,11 his tune Willi bur.
When a man has a rival h stop
Ihiitkiug of his appearance, and when a
wnniaii has one she begin.
An Aii'hlson woman ii wearing for
Hda slemld lw proud of their Shanghais ; la-ell inadi-over niuo lime.
, and prior lo the ex- j
found in his p... ' I
emploie of ihe oi..t e,
Ismtini stood high
ill tlie cstlinaiioii
of tliiisc w Im knew
him. lie furnish
ed bull in the sum
will be consl.'eii d
by the next I ni;nl
Stales grand Jury.
For some I inu
tile postal author!
Hi have is-en s-r
nli.xi'd and alinov V
ed hy numerous
, lull, l. i, I rl.
Illngof tl... mulls ,v' V '' ",'
at. lliiffiilo. It l now thought thai, they
will ls idle lo hum down Ihe other cul
prits and restore the nfllre to Ihe general
standard of ellli ieticy.
A 8INGEIV9 UNTIMELY DEATH.
Killed In a Hallway Accident at Hi
linwii or Her Career.
Telegraph tlperulor 11. H. Kent snt Inth
Western l id il"'" 1,1 K'"""' ''ty
other iiuutiing. Tim liislriuneiit Is-fore
him ticked nil' lis various messages, dis
playing In brief Hie world's dally hlslory
tif Joy, sorrow nnd hilsir. Ills lingers llew
oror the pages on which he recordid these
bulletins nf Itiforinnlloii so linisirtnnt to
the recipients with I rallied nnd unfaltering
speed. Ills nil 11 mil- was allenllvo; Ids face
Impassive. Ho was simply a telegraph
operator engaged In the transaction
of Ids rout Ine dill lea. Suddenly, however,
and liraliauiaissitnis. and Instead of erect'
lug staliies lo deceased polil iclins they
lienwns an old j al'ould ! up a liuinuii.elit lo perpetuate
the vii-iues oi ine v iiiiiiuiiiu ui-u. chv
civilll to In-r sicch-."
was lakeu lulu j
I.-n Idlers were
llriikcm.in Wllstul Mrangely Hint,
flunks Wsl-.ei. ii biak.-iiian on llio
Limisvii'.i- im I N i-'.ivtlli- road, was
lirniig.it M Hi" cily siill'i-iiiig from so
veic Injuries in loo i liln ami right hiiiul.
WtlHuti li-l't b -r.- nliiiut Ii iiVlis-k on tlio
s,,nthl ii. I l'ici;;lil Irani, which lin-t tho
iiiirtlib.niii.l iiiuil iiii.I pussi-iigor Ir.tlii nt
Vi-lietill. lliiillt iilno mlliK licl.iwllici-lt.v.
nn :i .....I,, ,1 .... ii,. i si, in. bul instead
tlm iii.,tr.,;iis at nn- I" Hi- Mt H'" ur'' ,,,,"'rU",
cur Isswu it mil mnl cliil. lies the iimll
bag. . Wil"ii w is in La-m l of climbing
tlm l:i hi-i o-i lit.- r.-ar end of H' fii'Wil
cnlHios" v'i ' i l'u- mail Iriiln caino by
nud tin- mull rutclier nmgbt liiiu mnl
IiuIIihI liiiu oil' t!n- la I lei', llischlll Wiis
Icnlly nil bv Hp- full. n:nl III trying to
liulif on l i'i.- Iu 1.1. r h!s rlithl lliimili
Wlissoveri lv l-t'llsle' 1, lillll.ist s 'VcHllg 1111
iirti'i.v.-Mol.lli' H vlster.
Nn woman wns ever so homely that I
man does not defend hor look after he
bus heard that she admire biiu.
When n man get famoua tt would
ice in that every man In th country used
to play marble with him at school.
The hundred words that a womaa uso
to abuse a mnn never liava out-bun-ilredlh
part of the elfect of four word
that he uses lo alms hor I "How Ilka a
The trouble with the men U that It ia
i-nsler for them to dio for girl befor
Iher urn imirrlcd than It 1 to got up and
light the lire for their wives after Uioy
A Mailer f Hpenss.
Miss Fiisfaurealher--'riieri''s my friend.
Mrs Hilll- r. line moles In tlie Is-sl sis-ieiy.
Mrs. Ycicd- Yes. I Mip "ho finds 11
cluiip. r to move tlinii to isy rent, Venn
KlTortsnro Iwlng made to Indiioe a
n-i-tiiiii Atchison mnn not to buy a sleigh.
If he diss, ha is such an unlucky man
that all the snow will melt, and lliera
a III Isj no sleighing for anytwdy.
WHAT MRS. GRUNDY SAYS.
NoiiasD.i you think Mia R. would marry
me If I should a U herl
Van Hlisjr-Well. lh look Ilk a smart
his pau dioppial and his luuk chainjud to wrt of a girl atUl, sii mights Llf.
Tlmt w lint ud to ba apeculatlon la
Bow out and out gambling.
That tluir U a floM at tha cluh 00
Bum lays for earnest missionaries.
That Ilia Janitor la one of th obt4V
cles of happlnea to life In flaU
Tlint the man who ha a p lwayi
Cnds most fault with railroad,
That eonsclenoa and capacity do no
go with all th publlo mm ol th day.
That th mot axtravagant psopla la
ths day are not always tha rlohad.