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I 4 THE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 9, IHOt.
i f ral teste., by FrM PuMlsh'nf C'.mpioj, I HloU PARK ROW, ." York. I jgj, MONDAY, APRIL 9. 1 894. I HBSiraCNbTOTHE EVESIXOWOBLD B tndwl.i j . ,', I ! MONTH I jruTitii i ... I Wot.84 No. 11.020 JTSsUnS .1 tb. Poit-OBc. .! Saw Y rk a. rord I clam roaltff. I W niUNCIl OPTK 'KM- jwORI.n UPTOWN OFFirn 1MT Ilr a.1ar. ba f tWM Hat ml y. .la N-w . rk 'won li i hahleu uffii .-i: i:stti it. .m Mad- BROOKLYN 0 Wail . , 7i . SfHll.ADI31.PHIA. I'.--Ir.iulrar Offla. f; ct- I " SWABHINGTON-70J 14lh . It - Pisltcrlptun-Latest -Still Booming ! OVER 460,000 PER DAY. - , I "March J, $, ; i "After a thorounh nrmlnnilnr, i tht rfrnt htitm book, prentroom reportA, mniLroam rtporli, jxiper cnmiutlrM' btlU for tlmimnl nt paper ftirnit-ltr'l. ordtrt lrm neim r-.m. im" and nevvlrnlert. uefiwitlint the elrcuiitli BU WOHI.lt .morning nrvl .,n, .. t Now) lor Uiem'ntttinil J-iHunrnn t rr'rt, : i f MM. anruitril W, la; rn-ui fr r.iy, .1, 1 ... ! onm." J. UiWAKI) Sl.VMO.VS, I ' I'll l,rt,,in 1HO.VAS I J AM 1.1. Huntary. a. n. ill nil: s. . II'. III.IKIVIS'IDAI K. BXKKY CLttWS, UIJMLM 11 n a Yin x 3THE WORLD'S Average Circulation (or March. 1891. 312,570 Per Dav March. 1893. 403,333 Per Day. March. 1894. 4 60,9 2 9 Per Day. jj M., A Cain of 07,590 Per Day In One Year. A Cain of 48,369 Per Day & , in Three Years. "The boy," art 1, Miking lit you. Mr gjt f Croker. V To what docs the sllmre f Dlvvi-r (4 Stive assent? ''Croker In short on talk, but uniloubted ; Bly long on thouidit. fMr. Croker'n process of ridding Tarn I many Hall of ltn cvll-ilopra will be H L looked for with gnut Interest. iF ' ' l l All Platt-Croker iWI In New York , larc strictly bl-nartlsnn. Not v.n ih. jS City la iifTre.l to I... u third party to : ' t the "benefit." Iff I If Urockwuy leea another w.k .,r f E Sower at i:imlra It will be because the 'j K Gubernatorial barklmne falls of rlnl.lll ) at a riiii--.li moment. 'The Evening World" hm mink the' : f probe pretty deep In th. matter of - R those bargain In naturalization iwpers ' '', f Kh, Mr. Justice UHviiV Tha retail coal trade fulls off, of K course, as the Summer months ap I P proach, but the lie romblne will keep K th every-day record or extortion up to '. the mark. No time Is to be loat ir New York BWranta to make All.nin understand that Bithe Chamber of Cumin, ic- Ittpld Transit bill la the m.nsiir. ih. -i. n ml B Indoraes to the full Why does coal cost so murh? Ilecause I the people must have It an. I the irl- 3 antrular combine of shippers, carriers K OOd retailers Is ut present In u position 01 to make them pay high for it I What has become of the bills nt Al i , bany provldlnif for police Justice reforms k I" New York? Kcho cannot answer. And i B committee (rave-yards im- not given to K yawning, except on occasions. fj Croker wants to know all that has FfBbeen Rolng on In his absence. What to- ; ' -W m't learn from his political partner, R' who ha been on the nt lund all the time P tha records nt Sing Sum, Hlackw.-H's g laland and Crow It'll will tell him. It Isi long run from Uuffalu to N.w f YOrk. and It must have cost the New i Tork Central considerable money to ft haul Mr Crokeis i-nvne pal. ice car W free for Ihut ilist.m Lot the Cumpuii) B Will probably not lose by It in tie h,,,.; PJK run. New York was cupnbli of sp. iklnn I With a voice which forced the s. iH.n: i, Rf Central Park, an I which coinpelled two-aldewulU plan for the new way. Cannot that same .. , . . . m90 loudly that all rapid tiansit h., ,.,.,, IH saved from unnlhlhitl. While Europe has been wltnes.lng tl m changes of visits and ciiinplliuentur E Speeches am nm her in narchs, . .., I Tork has not I without th,. ,.h,. Of courtesies among her unci ivn R kl:.RH "The Kenim ,iir , ,, I t much Impress,,! in ..,, ,,i ,,, . , , P tamporuneous cxhiiail.i.. If the State Legislature iidlures t.. lis f proKramnie J r .1 ; 1. .'1 1 ,.;i , ; , S; t6 It means thai 0 .. !. ..1 li is ui 1 lsl ,,, : f ba done on Iniportam landing measures ' f'WIth sessions at th. . i.Mn l..in, I Rjftere remain to I . Ii.il il.ue nlulit l Wae tings and cl..-ii . , meetings t of the two I... ns. s m Alhaii) . W Of the eathtrlngs I v day two wi.l me 2 E'W Friday, unci Filil.u v, ,.,, , m. ,1 .. 4 R aimount to notlilnK Theic 11 re i.. 1, 2 a disposed of In the shut Mm ,,i n 1 1 I' the Shetheld bill on the pou-is if I I next Mayor of New York, the Ul-Purtl E, sun Police bill, the Illanhet Uallot bid, 1 I the New Vork ltapl I 'I':. im.it bills, the I JProvldent l.oan Asaoclullon bill and B aHher meaaurea not ao widely dlscusaed ? HP rather Importunt In their ways W I I oura. everybody knowa tee- all thesV I HnltaaiaT mlsht have br" buittj t longl rcb 2 1 Bbsjiu. Vlluck n. a. wa . Aj. (UWaitsr Ua. Inn hy a IrBlslaf ire t 1nsr o1ly In th public Inttrot 1 it th- r.-irt thru they I Jnvo bt?n Joc'' altjn(c lo thll Unnecet arlly lata Joy and nr now t- I nn Uhi 1 orr with a raltla and a whir nnt I Ufftll Tflta 'r.ie Jltll h:.( ' ' I an.''iif; h IeotIfl Vitally in-i-r. ! I It 111 a time f"i fn i.'is jt w'i fnoa irua to bo vld atvthfti WHICH SHALL IT BF 1 The i ' ; v n rally r lli on'l t -hi.' ' - I i m r )- U I -! i n ns a klnrj-htartfl, hurnan man Th) rin n it 1 ilk- flroi kway. lie In a tyrant brut. i One of these two must fj It ought not t . I ; . Klowet It ought to I Ut n li IVl.V The Oovernor I lln leeisbm In his - v. n ii.iii i 'i In ; - ipl w ul I not I ' i. . ernor wh wi rot ins r..i...ili. nllott llroekwuj to r. main in i III'., in. i i . prnctlsi his Inhum in lot I !'. on till hel t ; :.- i ii l his . hargi 'I hi nri not ! bi caj. i I i. any pr. ti nt ..r nnnl of powet i , . k: w that the ilovern r of the -1 it. . .1 .-. - 1 1 of r n !, 11 n ol c- tlonabl. 1 . mil 1 11 hi ! ill) di sin s )., do so, n . the) 1 . a that tlo I'l iwet ti 1 n ttnn in 1 pluck 1 ;ikli to act i 1. dei ms II 1 1 ; 1 to : 1 VVhal . x. u a . in In make thai will s .tlsfv (he 1 ublli II I refusi n - :i 1 1 out th- popular will In this mntti 1 " The removal of Uroekway might nut Iclnyed .. slngli I... or nfti I the eight days' grnei aeeordil t'. thi mini agers of the llel rmatory have expired, inn thai i not all fl l'i. r is called upon tn d". If he performs his lnt. In- most remove the managers als.. it Is a farce and nn outrage as well to k p iui 1 men In oltlci when they have the power 111. 1.1 the law to appoint Urorkw a 's auci esaoi The whole bad lot ought to g WHAT IS THE REASON 1 A paternal goveinm.nl. thai leaches the people t , de I on the ; ivernment and n t on themaelvea for support, in an evil. Itnl 11 ni.il lent govi rum. nt, thai protects and foxters favored inter est anl enables them to prey upon He public, is a much greater evil, The protection of the people agalnal tin- tyranny and gt-l ..f rorttoratlona made powerful by the strength "f com bined capital is one of the most Impor tant duties of go.id government. It la especially needi I when the cost of the nei es-arles ' llf. ai, air. . 1. . by the combine, either directly 01 Indirectly, Wh.n the coal monopoly jut op the I rl. . of anthracite . ial wlthoul nil) Jm till. nil. m a?, 1 reatrlcted the output In order tn hi Id the consumers at lt.- in. -try tint., was sncli a general n against it that th. law- had t. Interfen for the public protection. Hut what kin 1 of protection hot! been secured? Nominally the combination was over thrown. But the pile, of coal continue 1 exce-alve, and to-day thai nrti : uf ah s .lute necessity Is ma le to yield an un due .i tit. . nmpl tltlon Is al.. .11 iheil and the combination Is as complete and as . ffnctlva as . t-r. Indeed, for con mis., the encronch- m. nt of monopolies seem ! la bol lei and more confident than ever What 1 the reaaon? I the tluvernmenl sup posed to be .lust now the champion ..f corporations and Trusts? All the people know Is thai the price ..r coal is as high 11- ever is steadily on the ris. wlthoul any reaaon i.ut the gr.-.-d .f the "com. blue" and that the consumers, and es pecially the poor, are tin sufferers. A JAW-WAGOIKO JOUST. Mr. Mary Kllen !. as... the Populist peralflager, and Mrs Helen M Oougur, the Prohlbltlonlal pulaverer, have slfinsl articles of agreement for a J..int debute In Mount 1 'arm. I. 111., on April 21. Noth ing I. said about the iiil.-s under which the two champions meet, bul 11 is prnh able lli.it hail nam. s an, h ill . idling will be barn I, an I that there will l long r. sis between rounds t. give tie uudlence llm. to rally from 11- 1 unl 1 m nt Womanlike, each party to the windy mill has chosen her own subject Mi Lease w'll ait mpl to lather the nr. uul ..f h.r opponent with will and wallop ing ivmurks on " Money Munopol) all I M as i and Mis tlougar will ti t.. nh roasl and upper-cut the Kansas lad) with sapient .ml slaahlng deductions about "Political Itespoualblllt) fin Hani Times." There will be much oiling up of Jaw Joints and rubbing down ..r the gestlculutory muscles by Hi ntest- I ants' seconds, we suppose, but we don'l see how Mrs. (Jougar can have a bottle. j holder, owing 1.. h.r teetotullstlc prlncl ' pies. With hair-pulling barrel and nothing hut dictloiiorj dllTusc.i atinosph.r.. avall ble In the light. It is apparent that Mary Kllen and Helen M cannot make any severe dent 111 the existing order of things. They ma Indulge in mean In--it. oatum about each other's Jabots mid fichus, and tongue-thrash each other's pelerines and L. tunes, hut money, the ma ses inonoHil) mid the hard 1 1 lues "111. '!' He . I f lh, H Joint il. hale, and i.. 1 mail) in. ...I. there ifler, too, he just whi !- the) w. ... wh. 0 the di I I' 1 I -.ii All. 1 ihi- nil ,li is nvei I. 1 them trj a .le wing g nn .iui 1. JUSTK'K TO Ml', nuns. In 11 review t the It ip 1 Trut all 1 ill of Mi Hulls in th. 'ii i.,j isi-u. , 1 11,. Kvi om. V. 1 I 1 th. 1 111, m. 1,1 was tnaili II. al s. mil I ills hlell he had 'on . lu. . i hit 1 h. . a iillu.l. I 1 . us "strikes " Mi Hun-'- 1, .ii n ,1,. in-. -.. in as w.ll us tb. pn .in e li a-, t . . . v . mpl him In. 111 .,n su II 11 putatlun, .r- th.- b-t .1! hi- m. ,,-ui. 1 ' .Hi I. 1.1 I show- 111. I we ! -.1. rect II liilH a . 1 ssible the llijusl i.' him by using su. h a w .1 1 in 1 11 ' ' 11 null his no usui s Hi i. , n ', I that lh. le 1- a 1 : .0 al n my 1.. -. n. w rupl 1 u msii 1 , 1 .v. w York, in in i ; ! f..i a 1' nun - to "I. : I . I tw . I.. 1 ul, li ins ah 1 1 vi.. I II " 111- w ,tll II. . Mliyi 1 as all . V oil 11 in. mis r. thu 1 1 1 ;i 1; ii,.- 1. , lespolll Hnlll '. :. : h, . ,, . . Ka ,., .,,,,,. of iih 1 nan ' 11 He- Tamilian) u governmi nt. 1 11 .: . it 1- a I'liitt project It is . 1 1 le. w ui, 11 Ingenious plotting . f n tin 1 . nuike and keep N.w i 1 k .11 1 bci intercut 1 is th.- te 1 hs prey of p.. IUI ..... ,m. , ti.-ns made up fot th prlvui gain of i.-issys n. iw long will N. w 1. . : .,, tO he 111, Victim 'f SUCll R hi l.i'.l g ' It has the strength to stop tin wh 1 , 11. ss. If ,t will. Quite as Dmgusting. Ir'r-.m III- li - r 1 1 . - 1 Mr. Fling M .1. .ir. lust listen tu the rem. irks of .Mis. 1 ...ngl ngu. Is th. 1. aiiyihlng 111 ie disgusting than a riossli v wonuin'.' Mrs Kilns -Well, only one thing. Mr. rllng I'd like to know what. I Mrs. Fling A gossipy man, dear. 1 - i . 1 1mm . , WIIV lit; PIPM PtOttTa Daellln i.iien th Dlairem in of a. ...'HI Orgtllilrntlriii. A 1 : r. ntly arltten f. r a popular liui 1- 1 . . 1 a tragi .... .1 -. Iilch li 1 .1 Kellar, I rm. rl) 'I I.- Ill-Vlll I It 11 ..: .. II ,1 K , mg Ark . was ao in i i The story was I t" Mi ' : 1 :... 1 I repeated It I lames 1 .. 1 . . and 1 1 1. ,;. 01 I gentle man 1 . v. (hi inn tl 1 .,- iibllltles 'it. In Idem ... 'hi. I .111 Ing th. 1 r ays tin Courler-J irna Mi K Hal ...I tn Nurgi.-on ind was stal at N'ushi 11 '.-.. 1 iglu ui '. : v . . . ,' ...... !; 1 - a major a 1 I . 1 . ;. . : .1 ml .. 1 tnuding lurin, . . ' : 1 ,111 I ' i i . ,1 . : I11.1 I Iran ! then wh - 1 ball 1 g. 1 1 1 el, u h 1 .'...- 11 iiupiinitlvi gi-i 1. I -i I .; K. liar to net 1 ei . e hltn letters i.l Inti t till t b e w II . . . - ' tllal . . t i . - - 1.. 1 I '1 ' .1. 1 I-Wl-n : I lid II I l.lg. I 11 .1 nds no I on tin 1 ; n xt 1110 ruing at t rnca iri 1 fl tl prli w.-n- still , i 1.. t .. . bad I int. .'. 1 . 11 11 . . I.n i-l threi .; 1 hand hi nil.. . il I not an I v. ul I i ..I light 11. di . I in 1 ti I 1 - ai.d w a1- I 1 1 . '.. 11 I I T K Mar, wll I '.' -. Valid excusi 11 : 1 hli I I , I- others t. -.. . not I iffali mil pi ; 1 . liinai When tin ictor r.-.u I II I I. I he ,.-;: 1 11 i.ni rrum I : I : . : mil) ; 1 1 in th- 11. 1. 1 -. 11. I to explain his up pur. I mwntl :-. ... 1 1. a 1. 01 ild that tlnu . I . 1 icti-d rlgntl) lh : rt . ii and '.'.i - afterwards lieard : mil) 1 n th ieut of win :.i.ir. ,: . 1 pokeri .f us a brave, fi ' I. r At last . nn. ' 111 I.' V'. - of hi. lentil and w ith It u letter to In 1. . .1 1 .1 ha I h. round "i, tin lead man I li cleared He i'. -ui. 1 h ett. 1 -t.it. -I that Just us the eolotn-l tal I I Is w . i.'-n 1-. lire In toe duel bis llhlai ih. m u 1 had glv. lln dlstri . 11 of a secret .1 V ,11,. ill I, '.I 'A hi li I ih Wen- no rubers, an I 11 he el could I ai 1 iui 1 , violate his oath h li - I -.11 i"ii ih. sign .1 I ir Kl Hi 1 hi ui.- 1 1..'.'. 11 th. PI w.ii 11 II 1 1 m. el. llm .0 in. v. 1- n- the tl nth of ttie statemei 1 11, I ih 11 had him .lis missed 1 1 ..in 1 1 .1 r-ti 1 in dlsgi aci UK COT Ills FEE. Houtbliiclk 1111. 1 the Mini Wh.. II... I 11 'Inn lull l.tfCIIMf. "Hay, mist. r. gimme lu renta?" eit . h-iiii. I a bootblack as he stopped 11 man i.n tlriswold street, neat the City Hull, yesterduy, s.is th.- Detroit free Press "1 ;., on. you young Hal!" was shout.-d al lllm " I... a a young Mar"" .,11 in. ' " lint ahi.llf.'" "1 h .n't have to i'i 1 1 no family " " ho said I did? I wasn't nskln' for 10 ..nt;. t. supimrl a famtl) on. but to si.ik.- 111. up In I-l. 11 kin'. Come down " "See hei.. Isiy." said the young man, as le- came to .1 bail. "1 want you to go nn Maybe you think you've huh k a liny.eed 111 what right do Mill it - It me for I'l . . hts ' ' "I .. "Fees for whit "' .. nn ta kin' ..nt a marriage lln nse In thai- ten lolnot. .1 I I took .ut .1 marriage license, did I ' " 011 did. and you don't want lh. re pot iii ! i-it in in i 111 shai . . . Ither." " h 1 1 nils my sliu i'. "' "I'allv warpi I fi t too Mg toes mi 1 In huh nil' . olor. 1 ! . 1 hod) says rn) charges at.- very model tte fine -lime, ir . ..11 ,i, ,-e 'lie young man looked indignant for 1 ileum 1.1. hot he (in. ill'. . 1 1 to think it a wis I'll, v and bunded ..ut lh n w ill, th.- 1. nun k "Ho) . I rat hi 1 llki lu 1I1, hut don't pn ih 1 thing !. far." ' So, sir. I wait I hnvi n't sill a Wot I about tin si .it" ..! 1 he ril. you kn-.w. mid this Insures in) total silence : I Inn Is. sir, hoi If I'd n-put tin 1 porters on to thill Lh ichi ! hair, them No B'a those lemon eulored eyes you'd never goi over ii all your born .lays Ta ta. 1 hllpple. Il I thing viil llllppi 11 .1 t" 111. el lie- I11-I. ml of lie aval i 0US crowd which nevel lakes less n o cents and Hon gives II awav that Ho- mother Ill law IS ti. live With the hupp)' COUple." iMEI.M IN It M I:. Thi- ltinli- I.11111I 'I line, bill II Was ItiHluh mi 'I'll a-1 a- 1(1, 1, tn. II was n I most 11 relief t'. tiini Iron thesi IniltllStlc and s. ml-l-.eiilal trial. '.r Stiei I an I hill I., the straight), i ward and almost appalling slmpllcit) ..r the camel no . . s.i s the London Teh graph Nn one who has not seen the "ship of the d- icrt" under i press of sail. s.. t.. spe .k. i ui h.i mi) i h a ..i ih.- numb - I kliol : nn lean will, h It can n ike" whin. ,,s t.. picturing i the Imagination th.- appeiiriin f a luiiv "oxti nihil" iniel the I. al in. iv he .- Itllpl) pro le 'lie .d lmaiSSlble The tlnl-.li in Ho race was lu.ignlll- eiit Till am. -Is tl.w al.ing ne. U an I I'll in I su. h ii, . kl ' for lull a tl il ri - H. I yards to within a few lengths of th.- ...sts. their ung iinU h uds .11 Hi. Ir llsjuliite I l.gs opi nlug ai. I shutting al enell stride like a dugen liick-kiilvcM waked b) machinery and He ii i Id. rs lit- i ,ll w ivlng fore an 1 ill with ih.- violence .. the motion, us If II gill II I w is ulKJUt to hurl them from a sling How they hi II on nobod) could see and Allah the merciful, the compns slonnte, alone knew Hume kneli. grasp ing Ho- brute's retorted neck; some sat or crouched on the i id ii. ... at . some frnukl) extended themselves almost at toil length .ui th annual's mountain ous dorsal ridge .nil .lung to th.- hump us a shlpw recked sailor to n ri- 1 It was ., sU.,! t,, i,iint the waking mem ory and lo n le the dyspeptic dreams Ul, iIISTiim:' IMHIIIh Mill. IMirclinspd f..r I I .- Nlillllniia and Venl l tbli I ..until . TMih light is I r hit vi int. i t un, times, and apparently ie. tiling Is too trilling t,, f... An , , ; ,n i ,,,,. ty Bn) the limitl) 1 1 Inglnt li l'i n "i A new brass l.n ib li i i i- i . n i , 1 upon Mr rila. 1st. .lie's front i r In Dnwnli Ifeel It rcpllll I III wbll II h . 1 loll the si .te ii n h i-rilci ii. I hud ' gm ; ' I li) Hie lei f a century ol i thin mil:-', i ft "i Pitt upw nr 1 II :.' . I I'.i Ir. i- n iim nn i terpll the! llt.U.II i li 1 the di ird.'d hi. in k. r for '. ! 11 ' n..w il mi IIS vlll I S'i Yorl mi I hi- half ii mil ol itructlve ..-ts..n.il ,g, I, for exhlhl tl 11 In the l'i li. I Stilt I III I Hill tl.l.i x Mil. M.ilbirs nt. I I. re .1 on l liiu; I. nuns, lie .... ...... il HI.-I ,v.vl ,. ' I . . . . , r . 1 1 111 . Itti't .'. I " .' -h I ':.,- ,. , I -' '':! Nearest I,, a Perpetual Motion, i i i .. , i lie I .... I ..t lln iv ii. It.il I nt.. ... li '. Il I I.,- End itnsi i utile, Hi" Wv r him . . .'.,: . . , , I II i'l' 1 ... N pell It 1 11 U ol ktilden i lies. i II i . i l .i - i .. , rtlnll l . l. ' i .:,..:.. i.l i.f, I ., : , . . i . " i I SKI 1 lluaalaiu llnrd I'roasiail r:. i. r i . rial' -,11 ,n r il in, i. . . .1, i ,, ., i . i i'.i ii I', n-li II . li.l. I., i, ,,.,,,, i ,,. u, rt.lagi ni in. u ' i, Uugslu nf.-i otkai rltlst in ana Alaaay mil t aiki to ic iui ttMt TUSatlAj Altianj. Tlmvi-l'lik'a. wmmmmmmmmmmmmkwmmmmmm ins iiiiiiv pr.ritirii.i). The Itemnliis of n Mulne Hoy Ion. Iti Stone. Mort than f rty yean ago .". boy Iw. I i nn. . i. yean f age died in Wnl In .unty, and his h . iv was laid . rest in the family vault In tie i il ' tl.' ' I '. I " .1 .. nrs .... , r il . ..v ... art. r the h !' w,s I -, i Iti the vault , sexton, I III Ing In. won h rful I ri - l '. it; ii of the Hill, pencil II In iglne hi surpi Isi . sn . n lie I., w lsl n I irn il. to find tin rein w hnl I Ihn - a rps. It was perfect I) pn se r veil ; : 1 1 j thnt th. - I lllbti I his ' : i lit I. 1 ,. bidy that bud been placed I, tin vunlt uihi-ki iwn ' h o. I' 'i wing that ' I fumll: Hint owned 111 llllill -. ' nil long I. ' lend ' he Kl . II ... .'i r the . mil t I him ' i " ,l!ted tin vault ii . ursi i i.'i i . i . i heavens Ihut'a lh ' I) 'I il : i :,. fa mil) n hi ... I tnon . i : i '. . yen rt tirc.itl) astonished, thov , nr. I ill) i v . itns, and I their, lh"i.iigil!' l'i trl : ' lei) Ii , I lis ed from tb. i f his . - Th. ; .'.:.. - I hit I '..!' it , n I'l clotbtfii whs pi rfei-i Tin llttli bin lh net. If bul isl riunged I II hair 1 i It I -ml" I III . ' . . I l! le.'l l'i, . ,i hns tl hi.dy lam then In n. . - i '. .. Is thei I hi I l.etwe. n tin . '"' rid tl ' I . in in th.t tl fuel ' I .t a : . i reared that f It bei nn known ; w ul I St. tl II and ' V ll.lt II Th. piirths kept thi-li .-net ' I it. n- m ill'. Hi. to - ! Il : I : all Four rears m i sexton ' in li lill-gi clll In M .- " ' . ' " Islt. I the t w ii U li ! .' li -4 'il In Ills III I .' i ! till I '. - ' seen i lu ll il ' .1- . h. tw . Individual, lei I . i I II b the M .- en nils, ih - vMi II" w. i,t I, the bislv, and i-. ' 1 1 I I I -. I nev. i In hi Id such ' i ii in alii n I" f. i I.OM' IN I.sks WILD . Icrrlblc I'llle of ll HttPVPyOP Win Wondered from I llllill. I'-nth from iitlier Mnrvntlnn or expo tir. in th-- luting Winter weather of i-i Hithw. stern Alaska or perhnpH sue cide us the ..till means "f avoiding the horrible lute In store for himself - i li i . the fnte of M i Imss a i 'aim ll m H irveyor, says the Heattli 1 'r ss Tlmi'S, riross, with four companions, left F.-rt Wrangle In Janunry, the iwirty Intending to hunt, tish and perhaps do some pros pci ting Wh-ii tl. v ; "t to Port ige Hay, th.y made permanent camp. It v as .arly morning, and ilin s inii his com panions Hint he Intended to .live n little inn, th.- Interior mid would be l.n, k before night, He wus , nun,, nei against going out id. uie. as It was ktinw n that he was n.,1 tatiiili.it- with the surniiindlng country, and It was feared that he iiiIl-Iii g-i h.st in the wauls lie disn gat h I the advice of his companions, however, and al ii o'clock Hi" sain" evening the other members of the party heard a shot in th brush some few miles distant They hailed and by other ulcus til. I to gill le llroas back lo .amp. hut were not su - . -sftti The w hole ,,f ih,- nexl da) was spent In the search, whl I. had t, lie til ill v glv .-ii up (SrilSH IS said t' It.ll'e heell frotll Vlc- torln lb- was Inst voir i member of tn-' I'linii'llitn surve) party sent up t- '.' ISkU to ..III. lullv detel III ill' the tetl I- lory'a boundary lln-. HAD A HOnsn in SELL, Hitler's Pi-Ices Itiitmcil from tXl'im In t7.-.. They say will ii a man g .. - tn ti i ! n. inn ses he . an no longi t Ih h mi '. il li n l In pi n ct to borsi , and yel ' they say" may be mistaken. At ienst ii , . ill r. I In i.. -". - iv s a 'I ., ii ii Ft , l'i, is li ill, t. one dn) . n- i Id g along a id. isanl iii. I n. i n in. in mi horse hi k. "W ant to h iv a h irsi "' he Inquired. "What I" you want f'.r him'."' said l. ''' hundred mil icvenly-flvu d.. l us.' sni.i he, "What will you tike f..r him?" "ill I "i nn- hundred and llftv d, liars," said he. "What will you get for him"'' snl.l I. ". me him Ir, d nml tw. nu-tlve dol I us. ' sii, he "Whol dl I mil give for him?" said I. iii.. hundred dollui " s ,, he. "W hut Is hi with ' s.,, "Seven ly-flve dollars," said he "I reckon you don't wan I to buy a horse mister," an I he i i le Int., the yard of a b'g establishment I could see through Hie trees. "What's thai building?" I asked of u in in a him in I v it I further on. "Lun iti.- as) hum" lie r. pllisl, curtly and I steered iut . another direction, DIDVT M tilt: THE EGRO, t I oilrl-llooiu liicl.leitl In Which Hit) Judge I lunriil. in a . . ituin part ..r e t Virginia smne ic.irs ago th.t,. was a locul court preaided ovor by an hones I ,.l i farmer who 111 his earlier years had been nn ut Sortiey-in-law Tn. J u Ige. snv.s the Chica go Post, wus a quick : i mi" i . :. impa tient man, but by no means ungenerous, all I possessed ,.f a keen sense of lllltuor ''ii" on) while .ui the bench be saw III I the an, Heine nn oil negro whom lie Iui I engage, 1 to haul some timber from bis sawmill near by, hot who ha I been nftci wauls persuaded to do Hie same kind of labor for another person to the neglect of the Judiciary. As soon as he caught sight of his i recreant toller, the Judge suspended the trial, quitted the wool sn. k. and ap proaching the old Aflicun said, with gr.-at Indignation und a very ted face: "You ..Id rascal! win didn't you lunil timber for me, as you promised to do? You'll have t.. le taught a ! sson!" The old negro gov. ..i... look at the Indignant Judge; then he squnrnl off unl throwing in coal to a bystunder sail, i le "Holly "Cm., on, m.issa! Ids .,1,. chile us. to spunk lo' wh.n .,'s a 1 1 i ill n' boy, no' I te, hn he . nn Jhs .In ll again n It's lie' sstti.lis' " f Tlie Judge's motion was ovcrmled on thai 'a tsi. ,n, as th" court resounded with meirlni. ut, in with h he was , obllgi d to j, ,ln. lit N IMI 1 llll W IS M Mtllllil). sinputb for it llnalneaa Mini it-ricii ii u i laiiloaton, The business man was sitting In his lib thinking f sia tin for home, n . usplclom i kiln i ri n cam. lu with iii. 1 lu in hand, suys tin I tr. , l'i.e I'n - If v ."i inii ....' ii. , " s.ild til- V I Unl' . Olll!, It Otll 1 . ' !,. I ,, ... 1 win dmp iiii n ii-it i ' The hush - iniiu i - . .: IVI .,l s In n I., u-k .1 "liviiainlti w .. brief reply i hat will I i II i :i ; i ..". v I Up 1 ' i It." was lh, i'i-i mi .uiio u, 1 M i w ,'. ' .' 1 in. w I n I i, M Ii nil, this nl lo h in I si-rid up a I i.id ol . ,i,ll:i nil Iii- It will taki i: .' li. : h !' : unite .- V l Vi ' there I" in. , in ni" I lh. .1 v ii I Kill 11 ti ' -. - tie ' e till' W r I k In lo chili i . . I . . .' i i . :i : I ii i mi I II i '.. i ' I : in 'i ' 1 ; i dynamiter I qui. illpia I -nt. MlillliN I I NI s HUTOIl. It I rinded n l ..itsol hln led Railroad llllill lite lilies. mat veil ra ip grade and dow n, n ivht.di nionici .. was i he n tlvi : ! look pl.i ii Hie I '.ui'.. i. ,,t ' i i s uul : ,v les l. Ion Stum id i . rylin . i. i . i ii hi. , ; . hv ' il H till Hi" llllill '.V I . -;. llm. h ... .1 -i , ; i . ni; Itlllg slnlled, suya til New ll pall i.i' i i ui . i :' mil hi let m. machine huv. u huud an I pull, i Into Htatnl i I lutlon on t imi an i n it ': kin w tint I ui .lln w .- ih. matter until tie- engine' i called i . i.uh.i engine, and No. m wis put on .in I pulled Hi. train to tin- . ii v 'lh nn miles ware run without n pound of t ti am nn. I solely on Ih. momentum the train wan under when Hie . i hap I". 1. plu.'V. "..-" WAIPI l. At THAI, I A. Orplinns t re Well nred for In the nllpodes. Australia is a continent with nit an or tihanngi . untr) wlthoul an orphan. I . i, .mi. I i- l ih- n tn a i t lllg '. v. h. re it i- i ii. i t.,r mi! a , untry i ".V . .- t .i i s i" th" PI ;.h Iphla ,.i . ' he local vol mi. "i' s .- in,, i- t'e li ii Ighleirhou 's and i-l ' I- hill:, i. - i " .mill. of the '. tltute II ml till nam. - Hid l I r.iilu latiees ol inch fa mlllca is the) hove :, I . ! hlldt ii iui'. bi placed in ci lit. n's ' 'ommlttee si li i- that ' ii,. it ' I h It l'i Igl s is I" -t u I ill" I lu tip h pnn iii .in l . in "i th" . till i , o : ' . :- flu, . 1 In i ' imll) SO I r the i (ill I might suffi t hat - hip - i put i - 1 1 . iv . . -'iui aver aging 11. 'Si i Week fill 1'" n : ' "f the 'i proper I lothll K N h' n 'f I,". 1 .1: 1' inl I IIIUSl I III - h ".I I !,. I... .! .n: ' I I tnmlttee looks ' . ,' - ' ' . ill . 'ut ni . and ! ; - '.' I. I i its often II SlHl lli v. , ll ll I Ii tg the . i " -. ' h and i . al f tin se h.i . I. . ... lh Inl I Is ! ui 1. ;i ears ' begitn to work 11: urn ( nr. I in th.- PoHtuI Savings l'i '. . it icveliteeti nr Ighteetl he I ' III', lb, '.."i I i III ii : ' :. i. ..I i i Th. State, lit ill l-Xpi Ii "' ll as I . I u . - 1 11 th i 'i "1 V. ui ii, 1 ' tit ' ,' 'it In ll '., i I'll it 'I 1 , ' . , : i . ti inuflicttlfi .,'.' I . i i . i.l . ...u Is, I i .- ii ! i ' , -, ' r 1 1 H in iv - hi "i rangi th it An :: ill i. : I Nell ' u' il. I bill so : i : .i . 1 u- in t.ii - liui' hni . t'lhl" Itll'l i t ollll v. ok "I' 'i';l :: V 11.:: :.': ' : i . '.- m of discus In .in ii . ii,. lain hi i of i I il li ii in ' III -"I .' ' '111 Ut-S on, lh" gi ". th I our defective llt.d ' Hull: il i ,- - - s -111 i: i. i h, Ho- . ills ui "it ih- tin lit . ll i 1 In,!; i .." I .11 lln ' : nl I .1 i i . hut We : . iiwllllng ' learn It wen better '" i . . .' . nee thl' US , iv IllXlltl 'il .. Ivnlii -, i h I lln linns of th" State must li din nee Into nell Melds. Hope lies mil . r. .vi tiding political in tiv it v Tw.. -... ... ii Miss Clark nn! Miss ' ' I'll. ' il. Spell . :. si I .iv . il 111" 1 hull asylum I iistrulnsin, i obbed the . i. nt Irn I, i "' i : ' ' n i liu i unl saved these in it on a Imi I nf , rlinlnals . u ! lepend is Home g md m in ni woman it i i i ...' . v i v ni phi ii u v luin and "hniii"" Iii Hi- L'nlted Slut.- I,, the grollll I. S .- huv " outllV" 1 tin III. INSI HIP'l iiins UN I IIINH. TIiomc mi I blnese ll.uii'.v re url U1IN mill I bll rilctcrlNl le. ' le ii - i i'ti, i: on Chlm . i i". Ilk" tl nn tie ,.- t i - ii , -. porcelains und ..tlur uiii-ti' pniiluctiniis, ui.- ulwuyn quuliit, curious .iii-l . huru-tt i istl", sa.- tl.. Hamilton Out., T s. A gold coin Issued hv the Chinese ilovernment dur ing ih. uitn nt W i Tsung had upon It- i th i' . . i Itit Hni l'i ue virtue, cur- , i. nt iiin in v A I i"h." piece is- ii-.. I dur- i lug the seventeenth cell turi In i hvv.uig , I-. ih Ti h.nrs the words: " 111.'!" i purity, currency inuney." Th.- coin is-, - ii i h. Tsung i "in 1 s.. i to I--.J bore ih woi i - "Prevailing proapi rlt) ." Hi.- in i i als I . ii i'- urn!., v . mm mi the I level "Value one hundred tlmi s," irn ii lug th it their value w.ts I'm cash, A bronze piece Is t- I during the smile ti.i Ind In . rs tin words, " Always In I 111 " A ii. ,t li. i i e of Hi.- same i. i.n hni ni, in ii face "I'r. vailing .i..s- perlty, heavy y." The brass cash if th.- pi. -.ut Kn p. ror ,,t ' hln. i bears th word . "I'.ilglit beginning, current ... y," and mi the reverac "Treusury ht, mi in n ' ," .in I tin name of lh. mint ut w Iii l il wis i olned, Th" i Coremi coinnge, which rcsemblea the . 'bin. i'-li in in " ' I " tlculars in its in rrlptlous lieurs the Inscription, "Al ways pen .ml. , mi. nl money," and on th,. reverse All l'"ur." which means that the . iii should li I in all four in-. tlilllH "i Ih .nil v . Another si t of coins i mod ut the i iii s i il. i' u. n. 1- ii, s ill..-1 "(Ire it : lit' ui. .a Ho nam. - given lo Coreu, is in.' gr. u ' ounti " i -i u' ' 'hin. i. An- ' ,,th. i Wol I "l hum l"i nl'uli th. I illl Indicates "gut.." which probably means ihni Hi,- coin N to go nut irn circulation among Hi.- I pi" Htill another can henrs Ho words "tlreul i.ni". value ol .me hundred." Ill .lupin the coins I., nr curious Inscriptions some after the man ner of Chinese .'.ins. Some nf the older unes, win h were coined two or three centuries ag... h.ar th" Japanese worda, "For heavenly protection." und upon the revertte "Current money." UK WASHED IN CHAMPAGSB. lloiv a It.issliui sboiicil Ills Con leuipt lor lining lln nil les. A j., I Btory shoivlng how appear an -s are bomotlmes deceitful comes ft. -ni ItuHsln. At a certain famous rea 1. 1 ui. mi in Si Petersburg six somewhat dandyish olllcers of the Imp. rial Horse (luunls sul drinking champagne. Not fur Until tli"tn sit an Inslglllllcnnt little I man Willi a sh.ihhi and an unkempt beard, and a glass ,.i' liquor in front of h iii lys Hi" Philadelphia Press. I, iv.,- nut long before h" became aivai" that In- is being ridiculed hv ' 1 Hi.- ..111. is Hv and hv. as they became ! in, n tin I nn. re offensive In their re murks "ii Ins personal appearance, &c, he called for the waiter and said: "Hrlng six bottles of your best chain- pngn " The waiter h.-sitat. I. nil you imi lour what I said ask.-d the Huh- man Thu nailer brought Hie1 wine aid si gllll . - "Take tins.- glass, s away and fetch n buslll .ui- as large as you call Und. said the man. The waiter again hesi tated hut ubevci Instantly ut the per emptory repetition of th del. "A piece of snap!" Was the next older. It was brought. "A towel!" The waiter hand, d bun "in.. "Now open the bot tles''' Til" waiter did S" The little niiui now tilled the basin With the "Hts of Hi- sit bottles. I i"ll".l up his sleeves, washed himself in lh- costly Hull, wiped Ins hands, laid ill I ,i ,.. ,,.. note nn the table and. casting a look "f Willi, ring contempt on the olll , , i-. strutted ..ut '.r th" room. HOW THEi I1ATI1E IN ALASKA. Keeping; Icon In Thnt Country n ill-role Task, I',, in Alu-k.i the 'hod "f t iking n i all I- .mew hat lo nl". ri marked a ,'.;;'. II il.i. si Louis lllob, I'.,,," rat ,. , ,,, i, , "Kvi iv trading i -si h is a I ..ti li bouse and the pell" nri l U" . m avail themselves ! Its prlvi- ,., .. , vv..k I- rson iiccusloined , , nvltM "i u mil hi . llm it. would have , , , , , ,,i . h - nun." ibout i.ii'll :--- m . ,. of tin i Pi ii ' . '- th i. in i ml u re is ale . - I low lu nn Inn, i i .rn .ui in ti "i si is built u ih.ti a tire inudi beneath can petietrute. I,-, iiu v in llii i ' 'i answers t ir a ',. , the Si nn " ll ''. " 1"'"H th..r- ,. hi) hi ii.-l an I tn.- smoke has pass, , ,11 ii , . . s ui. reinovi I mid the mii-door i lose I. In H i- I v Hlds a ,., o w.ll 111 wall I .in I llll Oh r that h i cold w hi n the hath, i enters he ,ni - h t will i ui lh" : ' lies ui, III the ...in i- ill,, I with hteaill He n. taking , n on a li. ; Ii, ii in iili tin per- -! .tinn : Hello- tlolll ,1,1) I "I" 111 his i . iv Ni t he ink, u bunch of ii i. i m gi an I leuvi s. pn i .a l for the mrpiisi with v. in h he pi rubs hi ins. If, f, ii wing this with n w ,-h rr in warm vvtl.t nil I - lip He C llll llldl s hlS llllill in i iui u i .a i ..i wan r . : in i ... Iv . ui I then i in lung t the I: lug il w Ii I. With hlS ll elh haltering I 'hli i ing 111 every limb. . . I . - .. n I i- lot hi II V IS s M liM.CHN. I hei In- Put lo n Priicllelil t se In Pnrla, Hi i , via win if In the worl I. x et-pi in Purls, rata are eonald rod as a iron :. ui, inns. no .- to b" gotten nl t v , n . means possible, The I'm Istuns. I, , '.i,iv. - ii s in. ll.ii tford j'ln .iu.v-ii this nuisance int.. a use , ml ' nl 1 , h IV anil a source of revenue. In Paris Mtt an I illected t,.m , v I 1 ''I" s nit i " mid plan, d u thi t pn in-1, w here the ari ass - i all nnimuls dying in ths city ai" i in ' in n, i i rem .ni- nr,, speedily dlsp ised t iv the i. us. which leave behind null ing inn th cleanl) picked bona. Thars are i ich icavtrigtrs us rats, ai.uu l nir llm. s a year these rats urn killed ml Hi. Ir hkltis nr utilized In the cvery wlni. U'linlie.l form of Parisian gloves to decorate the bunds of loveliness the world over. CA1.I.KD A PATROL WAOOffi lloti n l l.lriiii.. Police I nplnln Took Ills I i, Mill, Home. 'V'titc n pool story was found drifting about the other da' on lh- surfuce of life It concerns Lieut Hayes, of the poll .- force, who wus wee it .nptaln ao I located at the Desplalnei street sta t . .ii Th.- Captain one night laid down Hi" ai.s of the "ilhe long enough to ac company Ins family and siitnc friends lo a church sociable, says the 1'hb'ugo Herald, The night was not a pleasant otll ml v.h.n the hour '-'ime for dls perslng there was good reason for not Wishing Ii walk through the streets. A rain was falling, and the wind wus blowing Carriages were most decided ly In order. All through Hi" festivities of the even ing the Captain lad borne u master hull ul . nt. i talnniellt. He had made .luk.s. unl the jnk.-s had been Inllgheil at nil the general Impression of him a is that Cap! Hales was it monstrous ly funny fellow if course, a police eapt nn "11 'he west Hide wields a good deal "f power nl "tie kind and another, an , he i". m't have to exert himself us ii . "iiiiiiuii inuii would to achieve ap plnuse Home philosopher once remarked, ob servlng that nil good Frenchmen were laughing at th" I on mots of Napoleon, that "aii ICmpcror 'in be funny with ii i. TV little i. It" In a modified way thll was tin. ,,i the Captain. True, his jests in I i . ii merry, in a manner, hut nunc .,f them iossessed the numerous nn i it nr hi- le iv taking I u-t as ih. rest of his guests wire grumbling nhout tin- door mid dreading in i I ,tu . mi" darkness and ruin. dipt. II. v.s disappeared from tha scene for a moment, ran down to the turner und i in I a moment ut the patrol bog. Th.-ti he ..'. ne back and gathered his flock about him. Hv the time all their wi.t.-. w t re a i lust- i there was a clutter of bo-.fs on He lavement, the startling peal of a gong and there at the curb st I a patrol wagon. inpt. Hayes hustled his family und fin uis in-lh-. climbed up behind them In regulation coppi r style, gnve u word I., the driver and vanished into the darkness "Taking them homo from a church sociable m a patrol wagon'" exclaimed one matron, speechless thereafter ut the i 'ap tain's humor. "Yes," said her husband, dutifully laughing ut the Captain's Inst Joke. "Thai's the funniest thing lie has done all the evening." The Captain still possesses a ery line sens.- of humor. THE QIEZAL HP (it VTP.MAI.A. Mild lu III- the Must lleuutlflll Hint in tin- World, Iii the Smithsonian Hull, ling nt Wash ington - exhibited one particularly per fect specimen of the most beautiful bird In the world While Its ol. .ration is us brilliant us that id any humming bird, its superior six.- renders it more attractive to the eye. says the Washing ton Star. This Is th" .piezul of Guate mala. In: plumage vies iii brilliancy with the rainbow and shines with a metulllc lustre. 1'ntll within the last ft iv i.-ars It was unknown to science. mainly owing to the fact that It is a hermit among feathered creatures, de lighting In the silence of deserts. It dwells on mountain heights above 7. non feet in elevation. The quesal was the royal bird of the Astecs. Its breast I- a brilliant sarlel. while its green tall atlalns a length of three feet. Its size is about equal to it pigeon. Its plumes were utllzed anciently for the adornment of head-dresses and for the famous feather pictures of the Mexicans, it nestles In holes in worm-eaten trees. a ii. a it enl irges w.th Its bill, so as to form a comfortable and roomy residence. Th" young are hatched totally nuked. It is tile hardest nf nil birds to pre lum' tor stuffing, because the skin tears like so much tissue paper, und the feathers me implanted to ap slight n depth thnt they readily fall out. A specimen is very apt to be spoiled by failing against a branch on being shot, in to l-idi naturalists did not know where tin quesal was to lie found. The few si Imehs which bud fallen Into, their linn is were obtained from the Indians of Guatemala, who kept the secret. About that lime, however, a collector, visiting that country, got on He ir.iik. went up Into th.- mountains and shot n number or th" birds. It is sn!d that In unolent times the shins id all birds or Ibis species thnt wire killed belonged by law to the King, and nobody outside of the royal family was permitted to wear the ninnies. The quesal belong to the fam ily of trogons. This genus Includes forty-six s les, thirty-three of which nn- American. All or them are very beautiful. v sr.m. i:NT WHO HAD NERVE. trri'Mled it Deserter In Spite nf Ills I'rlenilM. "A mun who Is In the wrong always ( lacks nerve." said nn eminent jiulst at tiungor to a writer lu the l.ewlstun .Jour nal, commenting on a fracas in that city, In which u big fellow wus subdued by a little one. "And the . pposltc Is also true the man who knows he Is right ap parently 'has the strength of ten." I saw nn example of that ..nee In Bangor dur ing Hi.- war A fellow who wus ch.imed by the ( Jovel lUIH'tlt as u deserter hud been up river In it w !.- crew, und when , be came down in the Spring It wan ' known th.- Government would be after' him. Th-rc was a large party of brawny j lumbermen, n hundred or more, who de clared he should not be taken. They I Were beaded by a giant named Maynurd, who hud a reputation us a desperate character. "I happened to be present where the lumbermen were gathered with the al leged deserter, when a little sergeant. With two soldiers, appeared to arrest; him. The lumbermen were loud In their threats and menacing In their attitude. Ttie Httlc .sergeant did not appear to stand n ghost of a chance. Hut he was nut frightened n Lit. "He whipped .-ut his sword from his scabbard, and. bidding the two soldiers follow lilm. he walked Into the lnldst of the lug crowd, -''uttering them right and left 11" walked up to the man and led, hlni out from among the rioters, with, never a one .hit ing to ilfi a hand uguliiHt li 1 mi It was us line it display of nerve and coolness us li wus ever my luck to witness. I.ut. you se.. be knew he wus right, mil had the l'nlted States at bis buck, and no man could withstand him." HIIW TO IIANl.i: HER N'AMK. Lanier Iviiiii nn Pusler Way 'I'lnin lpl iiiu In the l.i'Klsliitiirc. Mrs. Plgg, a very charming and vlia-ciuu- widow, cull, d recently on a legal friend ,d her- to consult him on n mat ter f int. i.st to her, snys the Detroit Pn Press "Y"ii know, sir." she snld to him, "Hint wliti the lite Mr. Plgg died he b-ft me all Ms fot tune, much to my sat Isfa. t. n. i r course, but he handlenpped nn- with Hi. nam.- of Plgg. which, I must suy. I don't like." "Well," ventured the attorney, "I pre sume a handsome woman isn't especially complimi in. I by being left n Plgg." I should say not," she laughed. "Now, what I i nine to see you about was wh. tti.r or not 1 must apply to the Legis lature lo get It thing. I " "I ni cr." he hesitated, lis If wrestling with i great legal problem, "um-cr- yes, but an ashr wuv is to apply to u parson, and I'll av all the expenses myself." it w ,s sudden, but it widow is never caught napping, und she appointed that i v nlng for another consultation. Tin: ORIGINAL LEAP vi:ah. A Scottish l.nvt I'liss,-,! for the llen- etlt of Spinsters. I ap ) . ai . it appears. Is due to the en lelprlsc ..I the canny S' oi.h lassies in lh v.. u 1J-.S a statut" was published hy thu Scotch Parliament ordaining Hint luring Hi.- reign of "Her M.ust iiics.it m.i i. -i . Mm. net" every maiden and lad nf high und low estate shnuhl Inn,' hli in tu sp.uk to Hie mun she liked. If he refused tu take her to ba Ms wife, says the Chh igo l'n-t. she should bine th" privilege of fining him thi or less, -ii -a ling in Ms estate: unless he could in ike ll a,.,.-ur thltt be was betrothed to an .ah, i woman. In which t-use he Would le free to refuse. After the death of Margaret the wom en of Scotland became clamorous of their privileges, and to apiiease them an other uct of Parliament allowed them to propose every fourth year. Sprlnic's luirlt lines. As the curly Spring dnys advance we shall see arrangements of silk, tan, black, pcArl, olive gr, en, dull Venetian rid and other quiet tints, which Is n striking feature about th" new long coat and pelisses. These handsome gar ments will he made with large, stilish, roomy sleeves, capable of being c imfort ably worn over others, and the large lapels will be partially veiled with rich lace. Lnce will be worn more than ever. Inevitable Kevcrs. There are rovers on everything but the back hair ,,f tin fashionable girl. V.von the little shoulder capes that slip on and off so easily are "built" with a high collar and long bretellea thnt taper to the belt. Honed llnm. Boll a ham until perfectly tender; take up, let cool, remove the bone care fully, press the name into shape again, return to the pot nnd set aside over night. When cold, slice crosswise. Cheap Duck Suits. Some of tb" New York dry-goods firms ure taking orders from model dolls for flu grass linen und duck suits, ltust, waist, collar, sleeve and skirt measures are taken, and the goods are made In the factory. The suits Include a para sol sklr: nnd a two-button blazer, to be worn with n shirt-waist of muslin or silk. The Slilrlmilal. The shirtwaist of 1894 surely deserves Its name, being an exact reproduction of a mail's shirt, with the .exception that It Is shirred In nt the waist und worn with n belt. Kv-n the cuff hns borrowed the true shirt finish, for It Is set on the sleeves with it staying piece uppermost, opening on tlie top exactly like a shirt cuff: then there is also the shield-shaped bosom, the high, straight collar, wltli points which turn slightly, nil of whl.-h is very mannish. The only LETTERS. 77.11 column it opm to everybody trfto Am a temptaint to mnkr, n giievvce t- rfnhl'Ue, itor. mo. on to jn. u mbjfrt of ttenrral inUrr to . ru$M or a pulAir tervice to achiuwirrlpr, and who run put the Uea inti tat thin 100 u, ,,-.. Long etter$ annul (V prtn'rl, 1 A nnchalor'a !Hk Funit. Tj the Bdltor: "PtRtcn Isi.in.1 Bachelor" in Ft.it in "som rcnrujiii f'.r nit marrying" I think unwittingly Kws hi mm If awn.. i hen he nays 'a giddy girl I Ktxvl en'.uKh (or paitltne, hut when It ccim-'s l'i Bek"-1 1 UK a jiartner for life 1 hav ni ue fur her." Jiint bo That"? whrt tlio matUr Whin hs mt-arih blMlntM he has no further unu tor toy, Flutterinx tu fji.ltly glrla, nnn-ly. But dot ho not know that the "Rirl of th period" li Just what the hoy of tho ii-r1tH mak-i bar? h. IN apt lo he an DtUI h tl.c Victim f his fancy .in rthw Is a martyr to th.' tvrart Paahlon, Iit own hetter Judttment heimr often hel I in abeyance to them both. Hut why lhauld he make surh a lament atili rumiilalnt at n it lnMnR able to And a Ruttaul' "partner for life." wNn actorilliiK to hi own ahowinn he 'goea f' r" the giddy RlrK "havinit several of them." In preference to the "lelate, homelike jouna: women" whom he aeems ao rteilr'u to fin J. but wh) niunt ptr fnrra alt In Ike phade of her own la ten pi-.. while the "patlme" ulrl fa-ks In the sun shine of hie evanes.-.-nt favor? He prfrv hen one thing, but puts In practice quite the oppoalte. a iiaiiu:m maid. Off With the Hniii. To the Htlitor: "Fatr Play," In bll letter ilenoun-lng hitch hats an-1 feither-i opened up a theme fitr tllsrusaion which ought to be IntervHtlng; to all lovt-M of the drama und which I am pleaaed lo eee Ih being taken up by others who, like himaelf. h.ne Huf ered hy the idiotic headgear tiiut enme women wear at the then tree. It mid not be u bad If they would keep their heads mill hut I suppose they have to dnde the hat In fr-.nt f;f then, and thus a continuous. w.ifcK.n.. ,,r hats and feathera ami heads Is kept up thKUfffa eu'-h a ;, resulting In htllT nuks to those behind iu their vain en deavor to get a nllmpHe of the Mage. The ma;: agera could remedy the evil by putting placirds on the InHlde walls nf tluir theatrns requestlnit the ladies tQ rem .M- their Ir.t.i and place them Under the seats or n their laps If thi y choose They ought Hot to Object t-i this, as thev them selves are equal lufferen through the hlKh hat god .wither ru.lsanee. W. T. S.. -7 ". n Thirty-fourth street. Pool llii)tr mill lllhlt- Si'liolnr. To the Kdltnr: How "Margie S " can l-o - Insensible of the mural worth of a ''in,; man is more than 1 ran comprehend. I bave hnd eiperKnce with hoth the i.o.)i player and tho lllhle aean hr The pool pie) r in generally where rOWdtH are found, i1 1 i win never fin 1 the culture, refine ment, sucui quel (tire in him that you v.ill in the young m.in who reads the I Utile nnd is of religious character. The pool player forgeti hie1 wife and ti.e new frork while be ipenda hln 1 1 mi tlmo anl mnnry In places where he would scorn to ue bis wife, while the Dlble scholar le proud to tale his wife with him alv.a. 0N Wei Ollsvllle, N. Y. An "L." it ohii l a a; nest! on. To the IMltor: Why Is it a regular Harnum it Hal ley show standi ir the evening on City Hell htatinn and wal'hea the crowd get into the car? You, think t-jmetlmes they would kill each orhr tur the sake f a seat. Then, when the ".tin Is all fille! up I. ke a bog of sardines. It movea to rtpldly toward Harlem that you Imiglne metlmes the engine had run out of steam. They ptmle us rapid transit Ho keep us cool), lut 1 dint think we will have any of these Improvements before the next generation. Now. IB there any remedy for r.uch a '.ate, of alTali ? 1 eay there Is hy simply build ing two Sim y care, the same aa th- have In Europe, and let those going above Ulgbty-plntb street sit upetalri. and for all points below sit downstairs. Then there would be seats enough for Navintf Knir-p ef this COStUTTUj in th N lan-e. full lleove. which at least give It a slight tout h of femininity. The hoK.iin fronts are maOe In white ami delicate Ihadei ( blue, pink, pray and heliotrope and also halMlne ptnpes of rnl wlille. Mnen In pale huff and tan i3 often uaed and black nnd white MripeU an! do tn. l material, ehamhray, percale and cheviot. llnm mill fBgrffg. Jon Cut and trim thin sll.es of ham: heat 0& a frying-pan. put in the ham an-1 fry W over a quick fir.': take up on a heaterj ' dish; add three .j; to every slice of ham; hive them ready anl drop into ' " the boiling fat, Stand over the lire un- ' ,( Ul the yolkH urr set; cut each slice of t"r ham In three pieces, lift the egga eare. P:r fully nnd lay one on each piece of ham, j tf" Dust lightly with salt an-1 pepper. i he Golden-Hnlretf Olrl. , p A few drops ..f ammonia added to H pre-oxi'ie of hyiirn the fl 1-eatitiftii ei,i,,.n ,,,inr to the hair. With- B out the ammonia one or two appllca- flH tions of tho bleach to brown hair lm- I ' parts a re-hllsh hronze tint to It. MgJ Litvender Water. i f m Put half u pound of fresh lavender I W leaves Into a double boiler, pour over them half a pint of soft water, cover an-1 slmnvr slowly one hour. Take oft the fire and cool. Add one pint and a j half of alcohol, str.tin twice and bottle fur use. Do not km the alcohol near the fire, hh It Is Inflammable, Glass stoppers should be used In the bottles. The File Are on the Win. Fly-time approaches, when a woman yL will have to choose between window- ' I screen, dnrl m I room f' papers and ($ insect powder-guns, or to grin and bear wer the torments, from which her husband f can escape to his club, and only come J home when he's too sleepy to know a fly ' -' from a stuffed ostrich. ttir. Ribbons u Penny n Vnnl. b There must be something unusual n in the silk market when dry-goods firms Dea can aiT(rd to sell ribbons an Inch wide Btl at once cent a yard. JJ! A Dinner for Four People. M-,, .' ft s Plain Tomato Soup. I : Cnnnelnn of leaf T..mar. Sauce. lV : Dolled Rice Puked unions. : Ilk : ''- lery s:iiad. : I , Wafera f'hecse. : B leitrb Pnffi v.ith Cheese. : J, Coffee. 1th B fnM ot Material. One can of tomites. j Ban li rente m I iif i und 'f iitii r. 14 ; B1 cents , one i .nf rea 1. f. centa: one t H I- nil beef rr..ru round, IS centa: oni'-n. i Hn e rente; parsley, " rents, rice, u c.-nts; i : celery, H rente; wafers, ?. cii'i: the. ... : l 11 rente; II, ll cents one pint milk. : : 4 centa; two . ' nti. loaf sitar. i : : -?it . pepper, salt, vinegar, hay loaf, t I : BUgar, Hour, four rlnvoa, spice, una t I : teasjioonful of loda, ." I-2 renta. Total. : $1- i j : t Hurt Her Mirror Itli r. In the .'dxtt-enth century no lady was oonoidered in full dr 's unless she had .i mirror nt her bit ut. It was oval in hape. aljout four by six Inches In size. everybody, and many of our fair sex would not ' ' need to sit an th-.r friends' lops. s. WAIDECK.i Apply to Any Shipping Aueney, To th-. Bdltor: I nm :i young m.nn twenty-three ypnts of r. and would like to go to sea. I bave tried to chip in tho United State Nov. hut was rejected, I jinull like yoil to advise me how to go about ,. it. aa I want t.. get on n big sailing idilp nnd learn t. be a thorough sailor. I wnnt to start at the bottom and work my way tip and nn a ' big r-Mn that goer on long voyngei I think I should have a good rhance to learn. Tha reason 1 have itit K-tne before I berauae my father did not wnnt me to ro; but ns both my parents are '' '" dead now I should ill;- to give the sea a trial. w- T- - What In the Sonl? , ,hj To the Edit r ronrernlnn the soul, I be-; leave to offer the following: "And the Lord Qod farmed a mm of the duit of the ground anl breathed Into Ms nos trils the breath of life, and man became a living i; soul." fi.-ti. II.. 7 The soul, then, ts the llvlngJ ' man. While the breath of life Is In the nostrils man lives, and when the bre-uh nf life Laves the noatrlli man tiles. "Then shall the dttst return to the earth as It v&f. and the r-plrlt slir.tl re turn unto Qod, who pave it."" Hcclcs. xil.. T. The breath of life breathed Into the nostrils of that which Qod made of the dust of tho ground, made a living soul th.it, and n-thlnn more, sn far as is taught in the Dlble. Cod gives man the breath of life, nnd mnn Uvea; Cod takes away the breath of life, and man dies. "Thou taheat away their breath; they die and return to their dust." Psalms civ.. 29. The word soul has reference to the Individual it times, as In Lev. ill.. L'ii. 21. IS, as well aa reference lo the life , . of the Individual, ai in Matt. xvi.. ?:.. :n. Now, I eantiot fin 1 that there is anything to man but the body und the breath of be that la In the body. Perhaps s.ime of the readers of "The . k World" can find other popfaes of Sc.riptura on the subject and alll kindly help mn out. THE PKKAritr.R. Polities In the routine Club. To the Bdlti My advice to ( 11. Haubert. who defdres to be come a poind tan and who claims he Is a young man twenty years of age. po-iftsi-ed of an eio lent '!" ' wotild be to Join the Pontlac Club, rKhty-first l reel and Arrbterdam gVtOtta, It will l. ntcesnry for btni to be possessed of an eacellenl h Mile as well os edmntlun. aa the amu does not break tip any morning liefore 7. If ho can stand It for one year 1 am sure he will le a thoroughbred pollttoi in. OBSBRVBO, No Chivalry 'e south. Ti the Bdii n I br.ve heard a lot of nonsense nlout Bouthera eblvalry. When- is tt? Thro ennt bo much la 1 the Bouth. In New Orleans Btreol cara I have ; seen this sign: "Gentlemen wl!l please keep their feet off the seats'" I ' e HOS In the Bj me earn all the pent Kpaee oeeupted nnl a womin btnnd:ng up. Si nth. in chivalry. I lab' Son hern fnlvelry I should nil H A NORTHERN UUW. A In Iliuhl. To the Bdlton A miTi hsnt pur haes an urtble for $30 and ..lis the aanie b.r to1. A clilms that the profit m de it: CR 2-3 per ient . w..ieas 11 claims the profit Is only 40 per cent., he stating his reasono n be that a merchant should ulwayB ue the prlra received (or the g.tel as u basis fir ngunnii tha p rcentage. and not the cost. Whl h Is rlchl? t 0N8TANT PIZAPKR. lit nv Cnn lie Trim UM Cam? To the Editor: Kindly Inform me If there Is sry cure or remedy for ears that stick too fir from tha head. OBNTUIMAN, Urookln, The llest Niime of All. I To tha Editor: Let tbe lsdy who wants a nams for her bee tall It Jack, the best name of all. A WORKING OUuV