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I o THE WORLD: MONDAY K EXING, NOVEfllBER 18, 1689.
. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER l&
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MUBI0 TOR THE POOR.
The mnaio so lately heard upon the city's
' streets had a powor to recreate tho poorest
", members of tho commvmlty immeasurably
, ahead of the capacity for delighting which
the Gorman opora exercises on its opulent
t clientele Iu tho Houso of Gold, one of tho
wealthiest audiences on earth rallies to a
I chatter of vapid society twaddle over the
1 sensuous themes and superb orchestration of
'Wagner's setting of "The Nine of the
f Niobelungcnlled." Enioyinstheniusio? Bahl
They don't oven protend to.
But let the lusty notes of street musio walje
tho echoes of a tenement-house quarter!
E Heads, with a look of ternno content,
crop out from a hundred windows. Little
Kirls clssp each olher'a waists, and whirl
i around ecMntirally in a wnltz. Tho hard.
Lauded workman drives his 111 in his pockot
" and leant hack porfectly mollifled. The
9 vliolo neighborhood nivci n tlirob of de-
K licht. Hut the stroet musiciann lin.g been
K' driven away! Urine them back.
m bullets ahd nsm
w Wliatever may bo Raid of pmo-fislitu, even
l tlo Marquis of Qur r.Nnnciir.T himself will nd-
mlt that oponiiic fire on the bystanders witli
p pistols or kuock.uc the ardent sympathizers
IK- ' D0 con,e6t' s"ly w'1'' Blunu-sbots ii exotic
K and irreculsr. Such passionatn outbreaks of
. partisan feeling will discredit fistic, on-
W counters or any othor sporting event.
K Humnn physical endurance and moral
ij audacity are the qualitios which justify mod.
Br cm Riadiatoriai conteslH. But an essential
E' accessory is a fair, self-controlled poise on
W the part of tho spectators.
.. It is bad enoucb for the umpire in our
ft. National came to bo hooted at by a prejudiced
' ' Bcction of tho ou-lookers till his tympanum is
vm imperilled. But this should be tho limit to the
Jgc expression of disapprobation. Further thau
this it cannot co without sport being do.
'jflt Braded to a ievol where the decent lover of it
(fir will declino to stand.
I'jl ONG MORE TUB.
llflr "'' premier pa que coute,
fjK Sometimes, however, it is the lost step
iff that costs. In a subscription, for instance.
If- The World's Fair Guarantee Fund has
tfi cotten within a viow-bnlloo of the lait
'jv million The four millions, which aro nearly
lg subscribed, have come painfully, but now
jtl that they aro here, it were silly to viasto time
j in deprocatine tho unwholesome tardiuess of
l, their comins.
B But why not rally with repentant merer
H for the subscription of the last million?
HH Congress is on linr.d, and so is tho dtsire
Hf ' for tho World's Fair. Why dawdle in lln.
V cor in c partnritivo throes over the completion
Hr of this essential preliminary ?
Iff' IHIERNAL HEVEHUE TAXEa
lll,J The neat little sum of gl35,00O.CflOasthe ro.
K oeiptafrom internal revenue taxation would
MB ' leem to show ihat we can worry alone oom-
fft fori ably and pav tho interest on our National
fji debt and a little block of the debt itself.
fiE Almost five-eighths of the rpecial tax.
B payers aro dealers in mauufao'tured
tp. tobaeco. There la an increase, too,
f of nearly twenty millions of gallons in
IV spirit produced from grain. Which would
K seem to show that, republican though
fa wo are in OQr slmPllcltyi we are not above a
lK feW ,nlur'e9- II ls a comfort to know that
liffi itie countr' 06a not suffer in its finances
MV from this.
Km' rs '-'UCT Pabsoms. a female with a passion
Km 'or ouarchy, has tho courage of her couvio.
BbM tlous. Bho pooh.poohed tho idea of her
Is dead husband and child being anywhere, and
Kk" ,a' 'na' what people wanted was a homo in
K this world, not a lien on the next, and that
HK Anarchists wonld swim through gore to get
HE this home. Charming domestic person, Mrs.
HE' IiVOT Pibboks I
H Whatever the Mormon religion may be, if it
HM, includes a disaffection to the Government of
HH- the United States it is bad, and bad enough
HnK to be sat on. Not for its religion. Oh not
HJHf For its irreligion.
HS A certain dUUngulshed eltlzen was spoken
Hf of m Jason, the other da'. Is Jay short for
HBp- Jason? Or is this reference to the Uolden
HV Fleece, suggested by the distinguished clti-
HHHHHsL a. Lk JMtkiUss4sHiiiltsi.
xen's ability ss a shearer of anriferous
A missing bridegroom has been discovered
near Niagara Falls looking mournfully at tho
Falls. It ls a common thing for a bridegroom
to bo discovered there looking ruefully at the
Somebody is going to run against the ico
man. He hsd better tun against him gently.
A VTitertratT youth ti been fined 13 for kllnr
pretty womsn ilx tlracv-lnit B0 cents t kin. Ttere
ere lots of New Yorkers who would per treble that
for the umi privilege.
TJsve you tried Union Club sandwich yet ? Two
toaated slices of Qraliatn liroad, with a layer of turkey
or chicken and bam between them, served warm.
Mew Orleans faltb-cnriita have Jmt discovered a
seTcn.year-old boy healer. Doubtless he la also a
Query.-now mtny yards of preliminary talk are
necessary to bring about a prlieflglit?
Wasn't it horrid of that Newark girt to walk In her
sleep Saturday night and have early church-poer
shocked at sceine her on a atoop Sunday morning?
My dearest girl. I lie you'll not
Begin your eentoiicej, 'fill, say!"
Eschew, likewise, "theeonp," "great Bcottl"
For alang, iny love, ls not aufatt. Lift.
Now that Black Bart has Iven sentenced for life,
please donjt mention him again. Itemember that s
gentle sufficiency Is better than the painful overdose.
Prof. Bwlit's newly discovered comet hasn't sny
tall. Try again, Professor.
We've a convivial cttlien In this town who Just
revels In retting arrested. Ycsterujiy wis Ills flfty-
flftb effort, end he has been at It only nineteen years.
There Is no soul In the Des Moines College Faculty.
They sdmltted students of both sexes, and now that
two of them hare eloped, what bare they done but
We are shocked I The Kansas City Timrt reports
Mrs. Frsnk Leslie as saying that weio she a man she
wouM wesr celluloid collars and cufls. Just conjure
up the picture. ,
The winning hand at a Brooklyn roker party yes
terday morning was held by the police. Indeed, they
taok In all hands.
The rrorerty-man of a Bt. Panl theatre has Jnit
added to bis stock the leading lady. It vr.is an elope
ment, and an enraged spouse Is In pursuit.
Bead this and weep: flhakespeare Is called "Be
klsuplya " In Japan.
ATHLETES IN REPOSH.
Qnarter-back De Hart, of the Btevens Institute
football elovon. Is a rcmsrkuhly rlever msn In that
position. Capt. Hill, of the Yale team, en) s he ls one
of the best quarter-backs lie ever saw.
O. II. Bowly ls well nsmed, for he Is one of the star
bowlers of the Hudson County Wheelmen's bowling
Charles II. Dsvol Is one of the legislators of the
bicycle norld. His alatecraft.orratherblcvcle craft,
makes Itself felt in the League of American Wheel
men. W. E. Flmlley, very well known In this vicinity, ls
a gentleman destiouo of making n record In the
world the sorld of Llcycledom, He stands a good
chance of f-cttlru there, as he already holds a number
of uilnor record.
IN FASHION'S WAY.
Hot-water bags are now made of colored leather
with Oeruian silver fastenings, end jin u favor
among ladles who suffer from cold feet. hen not
In use thoy are hunt on a lwdpoit, end with a bow
of scarlet ribbon ate almost as formidable as an
Boxing gloves, tennis rackets, foils, Indian clubs,
tratllnir vines snd dumb-bells are among the designs
wotked Into bouquet pins. Silver is i-encrslly used,
aud occuslonally Ineipenslve pearls and trainets com
plete the work of the jeweller.
Wisps of Tery lleht-wemhtrllver metal are put on
fur capei and tippets In lieu of frogs.
For the promensdc fashion wesrs a tail collar of
mink, seal, fox or msrlen, with muff to match. Long
streimlng boas aro thought to be moru appropriate
for the carriage snd theatre than the street.
The skill of the srtlst ls clearly manifested In the
psper knives thst will augrrent the Chilstmas novel
ties already disrlaycd. Borne of the weapons are
twenty Indus long, and over tho clear Ivory, pearl
and t nvx all msnner of growing and creeping things
are shown. Fragments of fsuilllar quotations, em
blems of lost srts. Initials, monograms and terms of
endearment vary tho decora) lens, whldi are done to
order and without extra i ense.
The State of Kentucky baa 317 distilleries that
produce 2,000 different brsndsof sourmssh whiskey.
K. O. Leech, the new Dlrot-tor of the Mint, ls a
broad-shouldered man, mora than six feet tall, with
a very powerful frame. He possesses a smile for
Hubbard T. Smith, of the War Department In
Washington, sold hl song, "Listen to My 'J'alo of
Woe," to a Washington publisher for 81fi. A few
days ago a British boiue nlTeud him 1 10, 000 for the
exclusle right to publish tb song In Uurope.
Miss Letter, who lies made such asocial success st
Newport this season, Is a tall, willowy girl, with
dark eyes and hair, and a vivacious manner that
makes ber very attiscthe.
tfrnt.1 fe Loirrll Cltl!'.)
Fstwit 8o this is your baby, is it. Mrs. Trotty
body? Mrs. Prettybndy (smlllnc) Thii Is is our llttlo
darling. Mr. I'atwit. Isn't she a beauty ?
1'atwlt (anxious to phase! A lierltct beauty
aud lust the picture of her father.
A Hnfr l'.xpritlcnt.
IVom War-r'f &iinr,
Offlce-Doy (engaged m his usual work of read
inn MKS. 1-VYliAt shall I do with this article ?
I can't read it.
('imuty LMitnr Ale there any stamps in-
" Yes. "
"Well, keep the tamps and send tho author
word that Ins contribution is accepted ami will
be paid for on publication."
What is Catarrh
OsUrrt) it an IntUtnmitlon of tb muooas membrsnes,
And my fot tho head, throat, stomach, bowels or
bladder. Ilut catarrh of tho head it th mott common,
oft jn coming on o gradually thai it has a firm hold b
fore thanaturtiof th troublo It tuitect-"d. Catarrh It
caused by a cold, or tuccrtsion of colds, combined vrlth
Itt local symptomi aria ans of fulness and beat In
the forvhtad. drynesaln tba notuand back part of tr-e
throat, and a dlsacreeabU dlscbarjce from the nota.
When the disease salut a tlrm hold on the system It be
comes chronic, and Is then eioeedlmly dangerous and
treacherous, liable to develop Into consumption. The
eyes become Inflamed and red, there U throbbing In the
tunple. ringing noise In the ears, beadaobe,caprloiout
appetite and eometimea lost of sento of aiuell and hear
Zt the .remedy for tbla re r-Increasing malady. It
attacks at one the source of the disease by purifying
and enriching the blood, Mhlch In pa m lug through the
delicate pas -a get of the mucom mtmbrane soothe and
reballdt the titsues, firing them tendency to heV.tb
tnittsd of disease, and ultimately ciring the affection,
At the tame time liood't fiariaparllla bullda up the
whole aytt em.
Bold by all druggists. SI i all for SS. Prepared only
by O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Low.lL Mass.
100 D08KH ONU DOI.LAU
! EMPTY STOCKINGS.
Friends of the Poor Children Lend a
Willing Hand to Fill Them.
"The Evening World's" Ohristmas
Tree Fund Has Many Supporters.
Evory Poor Child Will Rocoivo a
Baby Alice's Appeal Strikes Mciny Re
The Evcniso YVonLn's Chnstms.Troo Tund
entots upon Its second week with increasing
prospects of a grand buccosi1. Tho money con
tributions have boon many, end tho muiiey re
allred up to the pro-cut time ninkes a splendid
1'OKiuiilnc for the chatlty.
Chrintinas is tivo weeks distant from tho com
ing Wednesday. In llvo weeks' tmio great
things can be accomplished, llcttwcu now and
Dec. 'J a Tub L'vrsiNU Wom.n expects to raise
onongh money to irmltc every poor child in Now
York and IlrooMyn happy.
When the trl ml lnnrinug hi oaks with Its merry
chimes and 'nyotis picntu, tlio loyn and Kirls of
the big tntiemcuN and the)luv hovels will bo rb
enthtisiRstio in their nclcomo of it, n'i tho bnyii
and uirls in tho timtiBtnuH and palucci of the
millionaire qunrtei. All will ho uptarlytohee
tho urn dance ami to hear the exultant music
of the Chi istuiRN hells.
Tlmo hiiltac contributed to the Christmas
Trco l'timl will bo doubly happy that blessed
morning, liicauxo 'hey will hae heluod to make
kci many othctri haupy.
Tiik Kvkximi oui.D's tuan is to spond the
money obtained f nun contributions in providing
presents for pour chlidioti. livery little one will
receive a ('liristm&i bug. ....
'lliun there mil bo grand Illuminated and
decorated trues at ronveuicnt l.oints. under
which the little ones will sit, while Bants, Claus
muke tlilugH )knsant for them.
Ihuroal poor mil bu resohed by this chanty.
Tun Kvkmmi WoltLii will taku special care to
provent linpoiitinu. Means ure at band for the
cxtLtiBiuu of the bcucllti of tlioclinrity to all tho
rlefcrvitig pocit children of this neighborhood.
Tlio piopoitioiiB of tho charity will bo limited
only by tho genet OBity of tlio public. 'Uioinoto
contributions and tiio larger tlio Fund, tlio
mora trees and tho heaier the Christmas hug
of the llttlo oiick. . . .. A
Ah it is a iiuostion between lcttinirsrhnocent
children suffer at tho most gladsnmu time of tlio
year or helping tboni up to tlio piano of enjoy
ment of tho fortuuntu multitude at so llttlo cost
of money or efi'oit that nobody enn pn.sibly
miss either tluiro is no irason that tlici tinilcr
taling should not icsnlt iu a monumental
ttibuto to tlio liberality and humanity of the
nietiopntlH. . . ,
Fill tlio babies' stockings! That U tho real
appeal which is made to tlio public,
llaby Alice's llttlo blue ntockinu has come to
The UvtNiMi Wour.ti mnpty. It is otio of tlion
eamls aud tbniiBamlsnf tlnyHtnckltiKs that niiiet
bu lUleil on Clu istumH morn.
If tho elisritnbln pcnplo do not rrspnud
promptly to the lrquest that is now muilo tho
wee stocltiiiUH must leiiuiln empty.
A lady told anl'.M.:. M ft uui.d repot tor yes
terday that n)io bIioi! tears when sho read llaby
AIIco'h letter In the Haturdsy Uveninu Woiii.u.
'llieru wiih more ineaiiinit for hor iu tlio llttlo
shapoof bluo womteil thiin nuv ihctoiio could
Tukeiisof thUUnd bsvn moved tlio hearts of
vdHt thnmiM. A baby's stocking found ill tho
hrcast-pochot of a Boldior dead on tlio hattlc
lleld has told it own stoiy of home and love,
and brouuht tlio very soul up into tho eyes of ull
w ho heard of or saw it.
Ilaby'sHtockiui: has always been a cliei IhIiocI
talUman of the story-toilers. Its Influence for
uood In ever powerful. As an aiKUUieut it in
llaby Allco sent lior empty stocKinc to Tiik
1'vkmimi Woiu.I), with a HMiuest that Mr. Hitutn
Claim iniasUud toput Hotnctfiiuuin It. Ilur letter
wiih ciy tntiuhini;. It mvoaledn iilcturu of dis
tress that Is common In this neighborhood. The
appeal embodied in it should reach every per
son. Who is itniiiK to help to till this mul tho
other bnbloi' KtockinifsT
The Chilstmas Trco. Fund now stands as fob
"i:venln World" $100.00
Previously acknowledged '..'. 10
WillloH. ll .10
Forty-sixth street .40
Kdwsrd.l. Marncll .11)
Kvu Mnyl.oni; I.no
U. M. Cowpcrthwnit A Co 10.00
riiiilncas 3(on vvltli Wnrm Ilenrts.
Th l F illtor
luclosiul pleaso find 1)10 to help along the Chil"ttnsa
Treo Fund. 11. M. Cowl'KlUHWAIT A Co.
From n Plve-Yrnl'-Old'a Hunk.
To I. AMflor:
IncloMid llnd 10 cmt. from my bank, hoping it will
go towards some poor child'. Christines ties.
WlLLir. H. II,, aaed ttrn yaara.
Kverv Dime llrlpa.
I want to help the little ones. Inclosed (lad 10 cents
for the children's Chriitniss trees.
KinvAnn J, Mahnfli,
From n Poor Man's llnnnlitrr.
Plesbe tlnd luoloied 91, I am a little girl eleven
ytara old Chriatniaa Day. I am a poor child mjftell, but
Ineutl nil I can and I collected Die rett from my dear
frindR. I hope (lod will bless Iiie Kvi'NiNd ftom.n
in its good if oik. and ma (lod bless And provfd? lots of
uod tiling, for ill poor, lontyifl.li I uouid Htfi tho
dar llltle one. at the tree, and loulyivisti 1 rould do
Mmietiilng to a.sl.t in doing good lor tbuin.
l.VA JlsV LONO,
AN OLD GAMUI.Ell'S S10RY.
I'nra Cast lllin Ili.lr a Alllllnn mid Ills
Kepiitntlnn The .llornl.
IrrrciAt. to rur wnnr.n.i
Poston, Nov. 17. Chauncey Jncobs, the ven
erablo kinu of hank sneaks, is at llbettv again,
and Ik looking for nn honest day's work. 'Ibis
man, accordinic to his own statement, has stolen
botweon 400,000audri0i),000, andunmbled
overy cent of it away. Ho is an expert in pnll
in nioiity IhioitL'h eashlers' window , and
when ho was discoered in a Boston newspapor
otllce n few mouths ago he was i;i en In chaiuo
of tho police. 'Ihey trotted htm around to mi
thu sixty odd National banks of tbo eitv,
and Introduced him to the cush
leiH ami clerks. Cliaunccy wns tiled
when they let him k'o nuaui, but
nut too tnod to steal a door-mat that same
nleht. For this ho was sent ti tho House nf
CorioctUiti, alter a piteous appeal to thoJudKo
for mercy to an old man. '1 his apiwal attracted
the attention of an old friend, now a lesptotablo
btisinuss man or' t'helheu, hut lormerly a well
known New Yolk Bauiblcr, He wiolc to C'lmuii
cc.v, olTerint' to try tohccure Jiitn a paidoii aud
to;he linn a homo If he would really icform.
In this lettor he said:
I was an" nM rounder" and gambler myself for
some tblrty-tlireejeaiBof m Hie. Man' tuuesiou
mil I hasu tnt inle by side at the same tarn table, at
the old "Uem," en llroiKlw.y, at Morrlssey's, snd
IJsncy's, coiner of C'haiubers and Chatham streets,
at West llnudway andst No. H llarclsy street.
I wsspartncrol "Little Hawkey," whu shot him
self at Handy Lawrence's, corner of llro.ulway and
lepnardstieets, lam 1 who used to go with
'1 lip outcome of thU offer was that Chauncey
Jacobs wuh pardoned lunie betnre hlstorni was
nut. Ho went to his tile nil's home and Is liiu
Jliero now. lor wieks he has been scikini!
honest cninlojment, aud, tliouuh a yetdisa
IKJiuted in all his eltorts, ho lis. beeu uucoitr
aged by scveial othor friends lio has made.
Hpeakimrof his past lite Jacobs said this aiter
noon: "I hae been a bank Biiesk and a trnmblcr
eerslncelB40. lhavewontiti.OdOinoueu ulit
at faro. It was won In a nuiet and ircntlemnniy
RRine on liroadway near loiutcomb stieet.Ncw
lork. I played until sunrl'e and went home
with that sum lu my pocket. In a downtown day
camp that -Kate a liberal limit :100 on
singles I once won llO.unoiua finale deal.
The twowinniucsaboie were tlielargext I eer
made at one ttm, while my largest losings at
one time net eroxccededfil, ooo. But in aggre
gating losses for the pe t foi tv years, I rind that
between Slpu.ooo and SAOO.ooo ha' been
drawn into tho s.ottex of laro. and to-day I am
without reputation or money, cilopled in health
and downcast in spirits a territio penalty, for
which t hold faro accountable,"
MoEI.L'aTKgXBiicnCOKniAL aoothei tbe Irritation
(the gams. Try It. Price :i5 cent.. ,
THEIR DEARKST ENEMIES.'
rOLlTIOAIi OPPOXBNTS WHO MAINTAIN
WARM I'KIISOXAli FRIENHSIIIPA
Notable Intlinncv or President Cnlflcld nnd
Itnndulph Tneher I'rlendslilp or Kenn.
torn 1,'nmrroii nnd Ilmler The ' lld
Itnmnn " Korrlv ,1IIimI by Henntor lid.
miinda Other Friendships.
You can look down from the pallery of
either House, on intimacies between pro
fessed opponents like that between Steele
and t'nrl'sle, says n Washington letter in tho
I'hllodclphln Hicortl. Tho ingenuous Sir.
Pickwick was not moro astonlshod at the
amiable rclntiom of the opposing couusol in
tho great case of Ilardcll vs. l'ickwfok than
Is tho nvornco thick-and-thiu partisan by tho
peiHcuml InetidliticBN shown by the hottest
orators on tbo tioor for the boldest leaders of
After llMuihttj to blood-stirring invectives
given nnd taken for hours ho is surprised to
sro his particular champion oioss oor the
aisle which Kcp.irntes thu Republicans from
the Demot r.Us and, lunnin;; on his chief op
ponent's: desk, ask him somo Uestion in u
whisper which makes his bald head bluBh
Kvorybody knows of the friendship be
twoen (JnrlleM uud ltundolph Tuckor, which
even Oit.tenu'a lmllct could not tover. Liko
tartus drew thi tn together into n mutual ox
clmnuo which iniuio both rielior. Lneh was
npi rocintio of tho otlitr and both proud of
Iorybody, too, knows how intiiiinto Hen
ator Cameron nnd Setmtor llutler, of South
('niolinn. nrc. llow they lulk tocethur in 'tho
Keunte, lunch together, driu together, and
limit and fish together, in closor bonds than
either is with any party friend. Alliwrn's
IrieutUhip with Hock, aud Heed's with Hiin
dall, ih perhips not ho uouerally known.
Hnwlev has many iriouds on tho Demo
cratic Hide, and so hnvo Mlicrman, Morrill,
John 1. Jones, ICvnrls, Aldrich, ilnlc, Suw
yer, Spoouer nud Ainu lersou, whilu Wado
Unmpton, Vnuce, Cohittitt, Payne and Mc
I'hersou aro eiiuidly iih liopttliir on the lto.
Iiuhllcan side, liven Edmunds nud Hoar
invo had their friends amoni; tho Demo,
crats. Hoar still keeps his, but Kdinttuds
sceniR to prow moro reserved continually.
Ha misses Tliurnmn from tho Democratic
hide. Tliev woro Rio it crouieB.
John 1). Lonjr w tin tho uu.Kt popular lto-
publkau on tlio beinocintic sido of the
llotihe. MoKinley nnd Heed are both lilted
there, anil so is Buttnrworth. C'ailislo is, of
coiufe, tho uit Bt popular Democrat on tho
Heptihlicau side, mm then come the llreckin
ridiios nud ilills yes, Mills, tho particular
titrRut of overy Heptihlicau s, caker.
liooiiold Moisu, i'atriek ( ollins nud John
K. HuHsell, three voiy dillereut Mnssachu
setts Demoeruts, will nil bo missed on tho
Hcpubltcon s:do this yn.ir. Mnnv of the part
ners in tho-iu Coujitesponal (rfendship aro
not known to lamo yet .(a as! how few ol tho
ConurobsionnHOO over arci, so that it would
bo itsehes lu Rho ilicir names.
Hut it is tutcrestiuR to see that tho ex
tiumcsl uatttsuu, liko liiKalls, for ex.iniplo,
has at leavt ono friend anion;: tho opposition
whom he Is iilwuvs ruvilinL' as enemies. Not
uen Henry W. illair, crank as ho is, is left
out of this merciful position. Iu fact, Illair
choso to h t on the Domocra'ic sido last ses
sion, uud will tbo next unless he cau net a
bettor beat, and so mav be sulci to bo its espe
cial nud pcrnolual mtost. Ilut the fiieudships
union;; public moil to-day, while thoy aro
moro numerous, now that so much of the
bsrhed wire hns been taken off tho party
iencus, mo not so intense as they weio either
betnre or dttrmR tho war.
Then a fr oinlsiilp I ctwecn two political
opoonentH in (.'ouuroRH meant a areat deal
uioiu than it does now. when nil fooling is bo
relaxed. To be friends then was to he like.
Iriouds on u b.ittlcliu d. Then, too, Senators
nnd HcpreseutHtives were moio generally
thrown together, for tew of them kept house
aud most of them bonided in companies ut
hotols or boiirdiu-hoitH'R. In tlio anto
hellum days, too, they had comparAthely
little to do nnd plenty of time to do it in, so
that the cultivation of fricuilsbip was possi
ble, as it seems not to bo now.
THE CRAZK FOR IBSEN.
Drsmns That Heem but ' Bwedlsh Parn
phrnsrs of IliiwelUN Novels.
To all appearances we tiro RoinR to have an
Ibt.en crn7o this Wiutcr, says a New York
letter to the Hichiiiond 7inie. Tho Tolstoi
crnzo of Inst scasou, in a sense paved the
way for enthusiasm over tbe Swedish realUtn,
and lbson elasses aud possibly Ibsen clubs
will shortly ho the order of tho day.
Ibsen's plays havo not been put on the stago
in New York yet iu English dress, so that no
such controersy has been awakoued as arose
among tbo critics last Winter in London, but
they aro being played in German at the Am
ejierg, nnd that small. sized houso of nmubo
"punt is crowded every oeniug.
An Ibsen drmmi is by no mtnus oxclting. It
hns no situations. It introduces only three
or four characters, and nothing ninth ever
Happens to any of these. Tliev simply talk,
nud talk garrulously. like, Howolls's people, if
oulv Howcllswero a Swede.
Thoy are a new stylo ol reallstio drama, to.
tally unliko anything that has been staged
befoio, nud while the (asto for thorn would
seem to bo uu acquired ono, liko thut for
o ives, it is tho fashion to praise thorn, and
there is already a small hut growing Ibsen
Rohool. composed niostlv, it is needless to
say. of women who toster evorv lilerarv fad
and aro ready to pel an nulhorwho deals with
social pi'oblums aud bus his d mbts about
Acker Will Not ICiiu Agnlnst Hunted.
Iirvcut, in tiik wnsi.n.1
F.t.MinA, N. Y.. Nov. 17. The rumor that As.
jcniblyman Acker, of the Hecond Htoubcn Dia
tiict, would be a candidate for tho rlpeakorship
auaiiiBt Mr. Hunted, has lieeu set aside by a tlrm
denial from Mr. Acker, who says under no cir
cumstances will lie bo iu thu speakership race,
lie should he proud tn hold tho position, but
his biihhicsB allairs proent his euteriiis the con
1rvM r 'All.i.MiXn ro.i... 1
The fishers went fishing that Autumn day
ben tho tmcbt leutt'H were in own and gold;
Art.uud the k) was a tinge of gray
And the air was bleak undcold.
Aud the pnlcu ss they worki d were a sight to see
In i liy and county and buigand town,
W bile often men askeil what the caUh might tie
As the Bbjdes ot night came down.
Then lrom Kant and West snd Houth and North
lbo nsbermen told their verted tales.
And tLelr tuny nrey was set iroudl torth
Prom thu minnows up to whnles.
But our Quay only caught wbateier tbe fault
A herring long Iwlh cut ana diie.l.
In his own stale of l'cnu. snd a mackerel salt
In old Masnacbusctia' tide.
MOST PERFECT MADC.
Ite superior eieellenoe proren la mllllont of homei
for more than a quaitr oa veatury, It It uted brte
United Bttts (tortrntntnt, Indorsed by the heads of
the Great UnlvtrtltlfM at tht etronrett, oret and
most healthful Dr. PRlUK'Ji UllKAM BAKING
k'UWDKK doe not contain Ammonia, Line or AUm.
Hold only In cant
I'UUIK UAKlNtl I'OWUEHCO,,
New York. Chicago, Mt. Louie.
PHILADELPHIA IS WITH US.
WORLD'S PAIR PETITION'S BOOMING! IN THE
Hngnr Kings, .llrrrlinnt Prince. Brokers.
!p'tnllsts nnd Other Prominent PUlln
ilelplilnns AUlx Their Nlgiiatnrrs The
Petitions Itolng Finely In Neiv York
Letter-H'rltera tilve Unconriiatrment.
BSJSaMsasHBi Jin Wonr.n's World Fair
Y ML petitioiiRarodoinKsplcn-
'aSIGN"T didly outside of New
"Oflflrllaaterpr f'1- 1" th0 clt; of
PFTITION course, thoy aro UlIliiB
rosrMrsucc.io.Nof up with signatures rap-
Mcvirvniisr "" Mul t,ic,u " "
W V W-n-IV tioubt now but that Now
,nrin?nV-Viio York alono will furnish
WORLDS FAIR o or one million names.
PTTITIDU INIinr lllu ""'"''to Petitions
rtllHOH INSIDE ,,avo cae(l fnr,h ,,,,
j& general and spontaneous
r Indorsement, though,
that they deservo spoclal mention. Phila
delphia teems to ho iiimnimous for tho
holding of tlio World's Fair In this city,
and its most prominent citizens aie nluxing
their signatures to The Wom.o'r petitions.
Hli'lit (ictltioiis received at this ofltco from tho
City of llrothcrly Lovo contained in or eight
hundred names and overy signer is conspicu
ously idcntillcd with tho pnibpeiity of tlio I'cnn
sylvnnla metropolis. Ono of tho signers is
Thomas Cochran, who was ono Of Philadelphia's
most actlvo workers for tlio Centennial Kxposi.
Honor 1H70. Another is Mttrello Dobbins, who
otected the Centennial building'. Then thcro
aro tho following sugar merchants:
C. A. RnrecVels, It. SprccUels.
Chas. I'. all, Kdnnnl llrownlmr,
(leu. Stluii ten. Plcbint V.. Clay,
O. 11. lluckland, Uhtrlcslearun,
On the samo petition with tho sugar princes
aro the following:
J. Frank McFadden, cotton merchant: Mahlon
Hutchinson, wholesalo liquors i Jno.H. t'athc-wood,
wbolcsslc teas; I.. II, laylor&Co , 1'. '!'. Chandler,
II. O. Heeler, O. Ilerdel Louden, Col. W. V. McUlel
Ian and Morris H. Hamilton, brokers; T. 11. Peterson
k JJrothers, publishers ; Win, 1), Mason, Prothcuo
tary of l'bilalelplua, snd John W. Frnrle-, politi
cian. On another petition are T. F. Nixon and J.
Fred Zimmerman, thcatrlial managers: l.fflm-hsm
It. Morris, bank president: Class. H. Oberge. broker;
It. Hamilton. caritaltBt; lllchnnl Lenck's Sons li Co.,
rubber merchants; Oeo. W. 11. Tavlor, tin merchant;
Holloway A Co., clear manufacturers, and many
others of tbo same character.
Nelson Polhomtis gies tho following tcaton
"Because tho manufacturer from Europe or
Smith America is rot going to pay cxtta freight
and cxti a Insurance, and perhaps run the risk
of losing his exhibits it they aro brought lar
Inland, liccnuso NcwYoikis the nuv t capable
ol mnnagiug aud giving accommodation to a
large number of people, and because it is Mho
city ' nnd has the money."
'Iheseato only tho first returns fiom Philadel
phia. As neatly 11,000 petitions were placed in
that city through The Woiild'h branch olheo
there a gient multitude of signatures maybe ev
pected in the next week or two. Tho maimer in
which tho leading Philndelphians sign shows
that tho petitions aroovceedinglypopularthcic,
almost as popular nsthoynic here in New York
Petitions hnvebcen returned by the following:
H. Baer, Giand Central Hotel, 1.18 signatures
of writers from Georgia, South Caiolina, Iowa,
Alabama aud Louisiana; l'niilleld and Hideo
field, N. J., S7(l FlBtiatitrcs; citizors of Six
teenth Asscinhly Dlntilct, i:tr) signatures; No.
87 llowcry, 84 simiatures; I'oity-tccond Street,
Manhattanvillo and Kt. Nicholas Aenuo Hall
way Company, lflK Kignaturcs; No. UOI) Knst
Ono Ilunilied and Tenth stieet, 11 signatures;
Great Atlantic and Pacllic Tua Company, two
petitions, i:m ladies and ltltl gintlumon.
Tho t!iue for beginning the wink of compila
tion is npptoaching. It will hea bin tnsk. Tim
ft, ono, 000 Signatures which Tins Woiilh hnpe
to get will make twenty-live to fifty volumes.
Persons who have two or, more petitions with
ouo or moro of them filled will help tho work of
compilation and preparation of delivery of tho
memorial to Congress by sending in their sig
natuies immediately. Ono petition will he suffi
cient to retain, a-, slips of paper can bo i astcd
to tbo petitions and sicnntiiics may bo written
on these. Heud in your World's F lir petit'ons.
'liicre is lots of enthusiasm in thu writer of
y the Editor ot Th WrtrM
I am a llrooklynlto, and favor New York for the
World's Fair. Hease send me about ono hundred of
your petitions. I am employed In theoftticnt the
bugarTrust and cau use them to udantngn. Uhe
people of Chicago are dolntr some hustling there, as
csn be seen by Inclosed circular, of which I am In re
ceipt, but we must thaw tbem that Now lork lade
terrnined to havo thu orld's Fair right hero. Vt ish
ln g you success in your undertaking. I am,
Jesse F. BiiEnwoon.
117 Wall street. New Vork City.
This shows an iutotcsted and willing spirit:
To th KMor of Ihr llurM
I havo received froinafilendacopyof the petitions
which you aro distributing. ) ou will favor ino very
much by immediately sending me a low more i oples.
It will net be very long before the one I base ls filled
with genuine signatures ot prominent business men
of this neighborhood, which contains a gleet many
tsctorles, whore proprietors and whose workiiuiuen
also naturally i rofer New ork to any other, ity for
the location ot the World's Lxposllion of lKlll.'. Also
senit s sign tor window M. J. 1'crof.s.
1.0U Canal street, Mow York.
A Virginian, who favors tho Amoiican metrop
To Ih- tttltor of 7 U'nrM
Helios. ing that tbo World's Tan-should he held In
New inrkCity formsuy reatonr, I nhej le glad to
obtain signatures to jnur I ctiilon troni this teuton.
Kind!? forward potltion at once. V. P. HoLr.
Hampton, Vs., Nov. 1'.',
Ittiiuests tor petitions continue to come in
fiom all points. Hciywhcin thuro is llveb in
tcroBt. Hvcu as far west ns Wyoming there aro
domands for Tiik Wom.n's WoildV Fair ie
titions. At homotlicioissllll demand from shop
keepcis wlio hao already tilled petitions, but
failed to return them. Uovh and firls too, ale
writing tor petitionf. All tho young people
hereabout nrc working for the $ 10 pi ies. The
boy who vectucs tho larg'st lutinber of sig.
natures to the World's Pair potitlons will he
rewarded with till in gold. Tho gill who se
cures the laigest number will sIbo uceivc 10
in cold. Theo signatnicii mu.t be nttuelied tn
petitions that bear tho words " Prize I.ibt"
Btiunped upon them.
Sign The om.n's Woild's fair petitions!
920,000 Itnlsed for S. H. Cov'sj 8fntue.
1'Cciil to the wont.n.1
Wasiiixotos, Nov. 17, Tlio fund that tlio
letter-carriers aro endeavoring to raise for a
monument to tho Iatu H. r. Cox. Buys tl.o I'nst
to-day, has reached $t!(i,0(lu, and whilo tlio
site for tho proposed memorial has not yet been
selected. It is understood that Mr.. Cox favors
this city. Mr. Cox's wholo life was centred in
Washington. His career as a statesman and his
first sympathies with lottcr-cariicis began here,
ami his man v acts or humanity wvio applied to
Gojermncnt employees in this city. An efTort
will bo made to securo one or the many suitable
tio eminent reservations as a situ.
A BTRANflE NIGHT-WATCHMAN.
A Story ofNorlliern Itidln nnd of the Vlcls-
linden Tlmt flcsct mission Home.
Eofonently wcro tho words pronounced that
ono might well hau expected to see the man
who nttcicd them nagging himself upon a rock
out of a raging sea, spurring Ids fainting liorao
into a broad lake, just as tho hot, stifling smoke
of tho burning prairio camo sweeping around
then, or darting breathless through tho gate
way oi nn English fort, to which ho had been
hunted by a scoro ot yelling Afghan lookers.
But, on tho contrary, the speaker was alighting
from a mud-splashed "dak gharil" (post
chaise) at the door o a handsome country-honao
in otic of tho bill districts or Northern India. ,
Howovor, Mr. Ttoinincll had good reason to
speak us ho did. Nntttialiy a veiy nervotisman.
upon all India as ouo great mciiRKiiic, with a
raving tiger" crouching behind every true,
anil a boa-constrictor, as long a a ship's cable,
liddeii in every thicket. To add to his troubles,
he had just been staying with an old English
colonel, of the th Bengal Native Infantry, who
wns liimselr so fond of shooting that it never oc
curred to him that another might not caro so
much forthe sport.
Accordingly, poor Mr. Trcmmall wns marched
out. night niter night, into the liios dangerous
parts hi the jungle, and kept standing thcro in
Pitch darkness, with his boots full or ants and
half a dor-en big thorns running into him, ex
pecting eery moment to bu gobbled up at ono
in nut hull by a tigcrcr a bear, or trampled by a
wildolcphunt oi'Bomo otbur hotriblo cieatnro.
theorviianioof which mode him shiver. At
last, aftora wckof this torture, ho felt that ho
must escape or dio: so hastily thanking tho
Colonel ror "a most delightful visit.'' ho
tnmllud ns fast ns could go to tho houso of
another frit ml, a day's 'onniey further north.
This friend, being a mlsslonaiy. wns not likely
tqhnu ether time or inclination for hunting
All night long our unlucky hero was Jolted and
bumped fiom sido to side, as his rickety post
ohsiso itnnblcd and tumbled along thu bleak
neck mountain toads, which (as any one who
has tiled tlnm will admitl piovide uncommonly
rougli ti. -.selling. lint when ho came up to tho
Missiou-Hoiii'e, a little alter suniise, all bis
tumbles weio forgotten in the joyinlptospectof
being for r. while perfectly sccmc. Tho Hov.
litits.I. Homer nnd his thrro bright-eyed hoys
came out to welcome their gi est, and marched
him in to a ciy plentiful "chots hozri" (little
breakfast', to which the idlest. rcliecd from all
fear that ho himicll might furnish a hreaklast
for somo huni'ty young tiger, d d ampio Justice.
And what a delightful place the Mission Hotiro
wasl I'liothteeor lour cnoi mous palms that
overshadowed its low toof kept it cool and com
fottable.cventindertheburniiig heat of an In
dian sun, whilo cloo to the door a tiny river
went dancing and sparkling in tho sunlight,
seeming to make evcivthing fresh and green os
it i ippicd on. Close to tho water's odgo a group
of slim, brown, shnrp-leatnrtd Hindus in white
tutbans aud cotton triiiin rs were smoking their
long pipes beneath the shade of a broad-leaved
banana palm. All aloi gboth banks of the liver
great chimin, of featheiy hnmboos. slender and
clastic nsmn.iBteribhiiig poles, roo lllty feet
and moic into the air.
'ihehntiBo-tood upon high ground, nnd from
liiseomfoitDbiiirockliig-e'liiiii tint', broad, shady
veriuidii. Mr. Tiuintnell hud a splendid view.
Miles nw.iy to the south loomed tho g'ini, gloom v
hills over which he hail been struggling all
night. Aiotti-d him shetehed a Mist green
plain, in thu centtc of which the white, flat
rooiid homes of the little dislnet-towii pepped
tlnoiiuh a mass of daik, glmsy haves. High
overall tow cridnlong the northern sky a mighty
wall of puiplu tnniuitaliiF. Above theso glit
tered, like fioted silver, the otcinal snows of
'"Jhis in something like!' muttered Mr.
Tieiiimoll thst i iirlit, as lie lay down to bleep in
u cool, neh-aiicd bodrooni looking onl iif on tho
river. "Hen, nt least, I Kbnll Pave a chanco
of being nuiet. instead of having tho very life
wortiedoutof mo with that wretched hunting!
If that's to bo the v.uy ot it. ono mk'ht as well
be tbo keopef of a zoological garden: but. by
be tbo keopef of a zoological garden: but. by
good luck, hem thcie nte no tigers, no bears,
no wlldulooluiiits, umi above Jill, no snakes!"
Poor Mr. 'Jieminol! be was lejoicing too
soon. Scntcelv had tho woid "snakes" loft
his tongue, when lie caught sight of lonicthiug
moving upon the floor. It glistened in a curious
way, liku tliu lellection of a candle's llamo upon
a wet window pane. A second glance "brought
his hcait into his month," ns he sawn huge
black-nnil-yellow snake, more than six feet
long, gliding out tiom under the bed within a
yatdot the spot wheie besut !
To say that Mr. Tiinimell was frightened
would be putting it mildly, indeed; fur any
sculptor in search of u inoelol for a statue of
"Horror" would havo given nil the monevhe
had about bun for one glimpse of Mr. TVs
countenance at that moment. So utterly was he
seated that lie Bat stock-still, with his head
tin own buck nnd his mouth wide open, as it ex
pecting tbosuaku tn jump right down his tin oat
which, anpaiently. the snake might easily
have done without his stirring either hand or
root to prevent it.
Tho sei pint, nits pat t, seemed ot a loss what
to make nf him, and stared at him for some mo
ments without moving, till at last, as if tired of
doing nothing. It sudilenlv glided i ight towards
him. Then tbo spell vvss biol.cn, and ho sprang
up with a yell compared to which tho whoop of
an Indian "htavo 'on thu war-path would havo
been hardly worth mention.
There was a clamor or voices, a tramp of
burning fret, and into tho loom burst Mr.
Homer, his thtcc sons and half a dozen Hindu
servants, Ono moment of bewilderment, and
thin came laughtir that teemed to shake tho
" Su sun, niv dear fellow." ciiod Mr. Homer:
"I i tally ought to havo told jou. That's onr
pet snake, 'Hleklo. ' He goes about at night to
catch mice and things ol that sort. He's ono of
the kind tliev call 'hou-e-snakes.' Tliev aro
quite hiiimloBs; and wo find him very usoful.
Uetc. Tom! put Dickie out on tho vetanda."
Tho boy picked tip thu snako as coolly as if it
had been a piroc or rope, and marched oft with
Dickie huugiiH'over bis aim like a shawl.
"I can't tell vou bow sorry (nm that this
should havo happened, Tieinmell," aid the
inissimiaiy. " And I hope it won't spoil your
visit I'm mho."
It (trt spoil it. however, for Mr.Tremmell wan
so thoroughly upset by his liiaht and 11)0
thought ot being laugbc I at bv the boy (who
soeiiu d to think tho whole af)r.ir a capital joke)
that be lt-lt the house tlio ven unit dav, declar
ing (hat" ho could stand anything in reason, but
ho couldn't stand a sunke as a night-watchman. "
lttirut Ktr, (ii Ut. Meliolaa.
Thinks lcreil, of .Vlnlnr, Ha, No (,'linnen.
Congressman Julius Cicsar Burrows, of Michi
gan, was iu town ycst"rday. Mr. Bnriows is
a candidato for tbor'pcakcrsbip, and he said he
should open his hoadatiailcis in Washington
tho first of the week. Ho thought tho Speaker
ship contest would eventually be decided in
favor of a Western man. Mr. Heed, if ho had
tho united sttpnoit of tlio Fast, would
not have enough votes to nominate him
in tho oaiicii", and Mr. Burrows could not
see how lie was going to got anv votes in tho
West. Mr. Bunows thinks Congross will ac
complish very llttlo this Winter, on account of
tlio sinallness of the Iteptiblicaii majority. Tho
Doinocrats will bo able to obstruct legislation
almost at any time, unless tbo Itcpuhllcaus havo
even one of their men mi hand, which is an ex
ceedingly difllejlt thing to do.
Tliev Object to embolics.
IsneiAi. to thu woni.p 1
CoixMrniH, 0.. Nov. 17 A local lodft.0 of the
Patriotic Order of the Sons or America brought
suit yo-terday against tlio Hoard of Education
to prevent it lrom permitting Tathor Heily,
a Catholic priest, occupying three rooms in ono
or tho city school buildings for use as a parish
RECALLS PE BLIZZARD.
Adding 31oro Kvlrieuco to that of thfj
Host ol Witnesses Preceding, ,
"Yoa remember that antal blizzard we had I
New York winter before lant. Y ! srxtM h M.m
Yorker will fornet It. Well. I tbiuk It wtt the einU
ore that I underwent then that started my trouble Ak
least It wat after that that I noticed It more eixrit!
It was Mr. Harry L. Winkle that wAI ulkbf The
writer had called upon him at hie home at U30 Weil
33th at., and Jlr. Winkle tpoko tery freely of hie ex
perience and willingly aupp led the Photof raph frotm
which the portrait tocompmyina; thla Interflew li takeo.
Mn. HAnrtY r winki.k,
3110 Weft ILitli ut., New York.
"It Menied.1 Air. Winkle continued, "naif I eotity
nerer quite KtciTer the cold I caught dnilns thttblli.
rard, After a tlrao I bcRan to hate doll headache?. My
noetrlls nould ho clcted up. 1 would to conttntully
enoezlniE, At frequent liiierTtla my not Houldbietd,
There would tea dry, hi citing cough and acute palm hi
roy chest tnt tide, lometimea running through to tu
Thlh loniiit on crmtlnned eud Indeed steadily grew
worse until, in the last few months, it wat aJnjoitou
Lesrable. Ibed.opLing back ot rai-cTis from the head
wan one of the moe.t cfti fireeat le thingt aLout It. U
t hi oat would get raw and sometimes tore.
"Even my volte Let sine affected. It wouldbehotm
and raspinfr and sounded unnatural to me.
"I didn't lone roy apjetlte, but tbe reuse ot tut a, u
well as thu rente of smell, uaa Impaired. All klndjot
food would taste alike. What I would eat didn't setn
to strengthen me.
yy rest watt broken I would toss about Inmytett
forhonre t el ore I could get a wlukof tleep, Erentbt
a.eep I rot didn't teem to reit meand I would get up in
tho morning inoto tired than when I went to bed at
night. I think I ielt worne in the morninc than at an;
other time, 1 would hata to con eh and raise to clear
my throat of the matter that had collected there dnrifif
the night, my head would be all stopped up, and I would
feel little disposed tu attend tu tin dayidatlot. lb.
camo thoroughly anxious al.out myoli'. Indeed Ilu4
ahnoHt made up my mind tb(re wah no eurlt tmogut
cure for mo. iVktiiR tho advice o. friends I went town
Uth. ('opelnnrl A Blair,
"Their tharien wern very reasonable. 1 had experttd
that tljey atked biff foe tnd wni nurnrleed toriudbtw
n od;rate their charge really wnre. Well, I placed n
telr under their caro 1 didn't expect to get well lot
day. Iu fact they didn't prou-iivs to work any mlracltfa
my cae, hut.nttorl hid been under their treitasat a
fehortttmel lound I w.tb Mcndily Imrovirg. I bacuto
get g ori rcund nitrbtH of sleep. The headachesMiMd
away, bo did the cougbt and th pains in the cheii. Mj
voice Id fully rentored. 1 hive no moro heraorrban
from the note. Drs f'opcUnd & Ulair bavn rettond
mo to iny old-ttrao healt'i and vior (am glad totn'.itf
to it, and mil be glad to vent) uhat I have aald toanj
one wh" mpy call upon me."
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INOAIiLS'S SEAT IN DANUBE.
The ltcsiibmlsslnn of the Prohibition Que.
Hon n nnngeroiiR Obstncle.
Topeka. Kan., Nov. 17. Senator Ingalla will
not succeed himself in tho U. S. Senate nitboit
a liarsl light- Tho Legislature which will chooet
his successor will ho elected a year from now,
and tho llepublican majority will bo by no
means ho overwhelming as it has been beret
fore, judging from present indicatioos, and
Hcnator lngalls's seat In the Honuto mir
be said to bo in danger. The thin
that complicated tho situation, so fu
as Ingalli is coneorneel, is tho grow
ing sentiment in favor of resubmitting 'tb
prohibition question to a vote of tho prop!
with tho end in viow of repealing tho law. 0
this question this battle will bo fought nil
year. (Solictor Iucalls has already declared hln
clt on the question. Ho said only to-dtp,
"l!e-submlssion is all nonsense, 'iho peopli
don't want it. They've not what they want
prohibition. If the question were suhmltteilw
a vote, it would cany br more than tltefamoa
8a. 000 majority."
It may seem noisome to the Senator, butitU
a dead earnest question to many other licDUbU;
cans in the States, aud ono ot tho stropM"
opt tincnts or Senator Ingall vvlll bo Judge J. U
roster. Judge of the United States Circuit Court
at this place. Ho is a Keguiblican, and lie an
nounced yestcrelav evening that ho had sent
his resignation to loin in tho resubmission
crusado uud contost Mr. Ingalls's seat. ,H".
very popular in Kama, and hoiug a speaker ol
iitmiiual clnqucncc, villi make a stiongcauvtM
fenator Iimalls is hero now conferring with tli
political friends and mapping out hit campaign.
Collcoo Elopers Kxpelled.
IsrrciAL TO IHB WOULD. )
DksHoineh, la. , Nov. 17. College circles w
society generally are excited over aiiopl
that has resulted in tho expelling from the eel
lege of two of its best students. Lorenroll
Tetter and Gertrndo L. narp. This couolslen
the college tho other evening without sayinl'
anything to any one. went to the home of U
girl's paients, and, having gatiiod their con
sent, were duly wedded by the local mlnl'M"
Tho usual tostivitios followed, after whW
the briuo and bridegroom returned to fcno
hut bete they did not meot with such jmoou
sailing. At a me etmg of tho Faculty this mora
ing it was decided to make an example or iw
pair and both were expelled. Tho obiectipiifW
tho nart of tho Faculty aro caused by the fiwr
of the couple to Inform them of their intention
JlTr JL CIV IS
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JrearS obtained the only gold medal awarded solely for
toilet SOAP in competition with all the WOrld.
m.p,... Highest possible distinction