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arasn wui oe pnnrea over aetiuoes etgnateree.
AnoymaoBs cemnnaicatloaa not noticed.
Correepoadeaee aollcitad f roa every township
a noaa isiaoa coenw.
Mondat, March 6, 1893.
It ii the opinion that First Vice
President Rinehart will step into the
racancy is the Santa Fe, occasioned
hj President Manyel.
Ths people of Rhode Island are
moving in the matter of raisingfunds
fr the erection of a monument to
tka Indian chief Massasoit.
Fortv-two young men of Atchi
son, Kansas, have taken an oath
not to be found in company with
a woman who wears hoop-skirts.
A sturdy Irish workman fell 60
feet from the roof of the world'
fair hide and leather building the
other day, and alighted unhurt
astride of a horse. If he could do
that three times a day during the
fair he rould charge an admission
Springfield Republican: Seven
teen bank wreckers and defaulters
pardoned or sentences commuted by
President Harrison this is said to
be the record by those who have kept
count. It is not a ereditable one.
We need to keep a tight reiji over
"Mani Citizens'-' sign a card di
rected to the editor of the Sunday
Union, praying that "our efficient
city clerk, Robert Koehler, will again
be a candidate for renomination." It
is wonderful, isn't it, how anxious
and solicitous the Koehlerites are
about Koehler's welfare. It may be
said, however, for the relief of 'many
citizens" that Robert Koehler has
answered their prayers," even before
thev were offered. He is a candidate
in connection witn tne inaug
uration, the Chicago Tribune dis
played enterprise not before un
dertaken by an American metropoli
tan journal. It got out a special
edition in Washington simultaneous
with its regular Chicago issue, hav
ing leased a newspaper outlitat the
capital for that purpose.
In speaking of the inauguration of
Adlai E. Stevenson to the vice-presi-
tlencv, the Tribune savs:
Congressman Cable, of Illinois, is
probably more responsible for Stev
ensoi's nomination than any other
man. lie Iond out tfceleeling of the
New York delegates, and early on the
morning of the day of the nomina
tion got the Illinois delegation to
jether in one of the little committee
rooms attached to the Chicago con
Tention hall. The room was small
and the rain soaked through the
board roof. John A. King presided
and Ben Cable told the delegation
There was a chance to nominate
Stevenson. A scouting party was
apppointed to carry the news to the
other delegations. Nick Worthing
ton was present when Mr.Stevenson's
name and the preliminaries were
laid. Kentucky came into line, and
why should it not? Stevenson was
born in that state. His nomination
was accepted as a great compliment
to Illinoisans. He is a good fellow,
well liked by everyone, and ha9 not
an enemy in this wide, wide world.
Down in the county of McLean, Adlai
Stevenson's word i the law and the
gospel. He is one of us," they say.
Whether in office or out of office he is
always the same, and it is not to be!
wondered at that the Bloomington
people filled up four or five Pullman
cars with his friends and came on
here to do him yroud.
Today the fruits of Ben Cable's dis
cernment were reaped when Mr. Ste
venson took the oath of office. He
did so in the presence of one of the
most distinguished assemblages the
United States ever saw, under most
inspiring circumstances, and, far
more grateful to him than all, before
his wife, his children, and his life
long friend and law partner, James
T. Ewing. It was ya great day for
Among the most tasty costumes in
connection with the inaugural ball
Jlhe Chicago papers report:
Mrs. Cable, wife of Representative
Cable Heavy cordtsLyuite silk with
Miss Edson, of Rock Island, guet
of Representative and Mrs. Cable
Rose colored silk and lace.
A Queer Iiog.
A hoT killed at Soiii. Orncnn. raw
cently was found to hare two perfect!
stomachs and two com pie sets of in- j
tcstines. The owner never noticod :
anything iimisunl nlxnit the animal
when it was alive, except that it had a
GOOD QUALITIES FOR A HOSTESS.
Sha Kkoo.14 Ba Well Informed and an
Attentive listener Besides.
Once upon a time, as the fairy sto
ries say, there li fed a rare and gra
cious gentlewoman of the stately old
schoolin a town cutoff from tho great
centers of activity. Her weekly din
ners were the most brilliant affairs of
the village. Her evenings at home
were suggestive of a salon. It was in
the days of slo'r posts and weekly
Journals; days T hen the 'mistress of
the house was a lowed in her kitchen,
and a roasted hostess, fresh from the
range, flurried a ad dull, was the com
mon feature of the dinner. Not so
with this gracious dame, states the N
Y. Sun. Early ii the day her simple
preparations in the kitchen were fin
ished; then, with orders not to be dis
turbed, she turned the key of her bed
room, brushed the pastry from her
delicate old banc's, and, as she said:
"Made ready for company."
For two or thrt e hours' she read all
the available news of the day. looked
over boa mots acd anecdotes illustrat
ive of contemporary events, and when
the guests were assembled led the con
versation from topic to topic with a
brilliancy marvelous for the time and
But modern demand is more keen
and relentless. There must be more
courses at the fin de siecle dinner. A
thousand petty cares and obligations
aisiraci tue mod am Hostess. And in
anticipation of the need of ilia iim
there has arisen a good fairy to do the
"getting ready f i- company" which
the old lady accomplished for herself.
Is it a politician's dinner, then a culti
vated, well-read woman, for a tied
amount, will talk with you of the an
nexation oi Hawaii ana tne borne rule
bill, the national quarantine and ranid
transit ana ine rest. Are there liter
ary people at the banquet, sha posts
you on the lines i i which your guests
are most interested, tells you the latest
fossip, talks of the new books, per
aps reads to you while you do your
hair or rest for half an hour. When
women cannot aff jrd this sort of lux
ury alone they eo into it on the co-oiv
erative plan, hate weekly meetings,
and are informed on the current top
ics oi me lime.
Busy housewives, even of sroodlv
means, have rarely time for the lead
ers and editorials, the long reports of
important topics, and the brisk, bright
women who make this sort of work a
business, erasu the salient points and
tell you in half an hoar what one could
scarcely read in half a day. Besides,
all a woman want) to know on a sub
ject to entertain a man is just enough
10 asu questions anu keep him talkiug.
An intelligent listener always strikes
a man as a brainy individual, particu
larly ii tne listener be a woman. The
woman who knows it nil, who has well
grounded opinions, logical processes
of reasoning, gets herself disliked by
the average man.
An Anecdote of Col. Higginson.
Personally Col. HiTo-inrm U nnt
quite so suave as most oi the men of
letters in Boston. He has been
- - oo w-
on various occasions, as in the case of
frecl Douglass, to say things that have
caused his most judicious friends to
rrieve deeDlv. I heard th nthr .i?
a rather good anecdote, however,
where a younger worker in the liter
ary craft made the retort courteous to
the colonel, and ho took it with better
.g vuau uiiut uttvo ueen expected.
The young man was calling on him,
and in the course of conversation I ha
colonel's poetry having been under
uwtuMiuu. iue novice saia witn sim
plicity: "I also have dabbled in poe
trv. colonel, and .f vou hv nrr
seen any of my verses I would take
great pleasure in senuing you some."
"Ah," said the colonel, "have they
"Not in book form but in various
periodicals and magazines; some of
them iu the Centurv" renlied h ho.
ginner, with perh tps a touch of par
donable pride in h s closing tone.
"The Century," raid the colonel, with
oracular eniDhasis. "does not mi Mi ah
very good poetry."
luis was not especially encouraging
to the young poet, and he changed the
conversation, but on riainor tn o-o l
happened to remenber that his last
poem in the Century had enjoyed
rather distinguished cnmnaninnKhin
so he turned at the door and said:
"Colonel, I have to doubt that the
Centum oublishes tuvme. tirttv l.uil
verse at least I am willinw tn tab
your opinion but I have a two-page
poem in the October number that I
wonld like vou to read. because I think
it is an exception. You can remem
ber the number it is in, because you
have a sonnet in the same one."
"A bit. a nali)abl) hit!" said Dm ml.
onel laughingly, a the young man
smiled and bowed himself out.
Limbo JoneH Saw the Great Light.
"Good mawnin'. Miss Jackson," said
Mr. Limbo Jones. gallantly, to the belle
of the quarters.
"I bvn't no ML?? Jackson," was her
Mr. Jones looked tit her critically.
Didn't he know her well? Had he not
been courting her off and on for a
"Hain't no Miss Jackson?" he said
qiiestioningly ; "tvh is you den?"
"Ise Mrs. Lightfon. salt; da's who I
is." and slie tossed lier head loftily.
"Mrs. Liglufoot? Mrs. Lighlfoot?"
he repeated slowly. "When dat hap
"J;as' night at 7 c 'clock, Mr. Jones."
"W ha' Lightfoot is dat you marry,
"Henry, Mr. Jon;s."
"Heury Lightfoot!" he exclaimed,
angrily. "Whaffur you gwine to mar
ry dat lazy, good fer-nothin' nigga,
wen you kno IVe been co'tin1 von fer
n.o'ii u yea'? Wha Tur you do dat,
"Ciize lie axed tne, Mr. Jones."
llu-n it was a grejt light shoue on
Mr. Li mho Jones, and he went to a
MHqnesteredspoia.il kicked himself
n'-'oss a c.rnuuld Detroit Free Frets.
Med ieval medical men considered
ihipn from the allows on which some
body had i.;oeu liaised a good remedy
for a. tie.
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