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BULGARIA AGAINST RUSSIA.
THE LiTF.ST FIGHT FOB LIFE-SNOW AT STAtI Hon.-TlIK IiAILliOAl) BOHEME. mm*ibibbiiiiim .oitRFspoM.iM *>K i-stangnm Ookbtamtikople, January 8. Another effort ot UM tem und independent Hul garians who live on the borders of their couulry to overthrow the ur-nr|>ors who prsist**ntlv keep the Bape?ms from .showing love to Baatte has failed. This Inte.-t mani!Vale!ion <>r thg tear-ebb?ng part of the Balgartea Nation took its risc in this city. In the mnst unsavory part af th" district of Ca? lala, Wham travellers arriving at CoBBt?Bli?Opie have iheir Ii r-st indelible impress mn of the tilt li of the city, is a Hnssian monastery iodise led la St. Andrew. This P-BCe* boin;* Bel apart- 1o the use of Russian pUgrimi hound to the linly I?nd. is. cs i:ll who hate seen It'iLssian pilgrims in JtTUMihm eau imagine, a most foul and unsavory phi-*, l't-riiiip- it was for this reason ihat the police did not know what was ijoing on within its wu IN. At nil events the Ilulpirian pr-.triots there IBBI Bibil ll mad,- theil preparations for tin- voyage lo BoergBS on tlie I'.lack Sen, and all being ready, irutn thal mmmatety they took theirdspaitam teal Moaday. They Imsl ii]iprr;udie.l tho eonimund'TS of Several ??? iii atoaaaem sa tba Babiest af teaaapoiiBtioa to their destination, but had found noaa wiling Ito engage tn aednbloui nu aatetp-im. At length by incaas of eoneeeliag their pat not ism. they tedaeed the owner of ii small tug to undertake the jul). Ito fort* they had reached the Mack Ska entrance te the Beaphon?, however, ths captain of tbs steamer dteeeteted thal bil paamngem wen* all aimed. He thea quietly ran Into Buynkdem Boy mel refused ta ??'? any further. The imt riots were la despair, but ut length found another tag; whale captain consented, for The sum of MOB, ta t.'.ke 'them t-i their (lestinntiuii. Aimed in tbe vicinity of the (iulf of BoatgM they dlaambarked Bl B (duce call* d Vasiliko, which is on Turkish terri tony. It ls a curious illustration bf thc ease with whl( b n man who has e*" il olijee*,*- te > lew may * ni-v freedom ir,in teterfctence?the tending ?>f them men under tha nose of the Turks wHhoat the kt?! hindrance. The time had ectae for the bend to do it- work. A Busso-Bulgariun officer was nn band t*, ink** eommand, nnd tin- expedition moved rap? idly actem tin- fr.,iiti,r. They were on Bulgarian *-,.!. mid the boor bad eome for delivering the Bulgnrtan people tram tho phnatasy of freedom which hm so long held timm aloof from the em liraecs of the Car. They m-1. however, with tho name obstacle thal many similar enterprises have * intered. The obstacle was a fons of I>ul Raiians. which baned iluir road. A si,mt, sharp mid divisive fight cnsn-,1. The filibusters tram r-d, tii-ir badi rs killed, with several of theil followers; luilf a dozen wert' raptured, and the rest- of the bend took refuge on tb*' soil <-f the Sul? tan. 'Pu* wanton cruelly with which tin- Bulgarian troops fited upon them patriots', whe treated nothing mea la ix* l**t alone, is new ths tbeam ol fresh editorials on tho innate turpitude ol ilm Bul? garian character. Tins afTiiir is only one of -??-"t-.l whieh Illus bate tin determlnatioa with whieh Kassia i.- -t.li i .'il* its par-peas tu ererthrow ths Bulgarian i, rnment?for the good cf Bulgaria, 'this de? termination la only equalled by Uni of tin- Bul jrnrians tbemmlves to defend tier liberty at any A year ago it seemed thal the little princi pality must su '(Timi, to thc pt*?sum and beeoflM a little r,.land. The events ol' lb.- year, win!,- iii no Wtee diminishing th*' eon?dence with which tbe 1 :?! press declares timi Bulgaria ls now groan lag under the tyranny of adventurers, have nt least reduced tbe confidence (d' tim European Powers in i le veracity ot them statements 'I h< i ? jet r,ni.lin-- a ebonee fm* ila* freedom of Bulgaria. Lust week a Fnnwstnrm threw the capital tutu Ita lu w. A* teas! m. iinh am! a half nf snow fell, cud Um t ii;, nit ur,- wan! down fill liv- degrees below the free-tag point. This was suilii.t-hi to ?st .;, the working ol the home rail randi during thr. e davys, and it also nearh Brteeted ail eerriage tratliu un the straeta. As to t!,,- railroads leading out <>f the eily, they had to Interrupt timir opera Item .as n mattel *,f coane. The tee! is thal In Mn- Climate, which was intended tn i,,- on equable nn*-, tin* 1,.,ist extreme **f cold reduces tim people ft* utter demoralisation. It is now ten days ^me, ive have had a mail from Europe. Happily it is now understood thal the obstatiles t*> traffic have beea overcome, and WS are le-moROW to have our mails again. The winter storms arc of unusual se? verity oi' thc Black Sea tliis year. Many coasting cr itt. have bei*B casi away, and an English grain iteamer from tbe Banian coast foundered in a gale in thc Bis ]i Sea. Six*of her crew w.-nt down lu the -liin, ami of tbe twelve who escaped iu tbe boatsi\ Brandied from exposure before tl: y wen piek'd up by s passing tessi 1. Tim negotiations fur tbe Asiatic railways have come to a definite end. lim syndicate which was to aioVrtaki tim upaialliai bas spent n j.* ?*"! .'eal of money in the .-.11? rr r ?. and has gone away wini than it came. Since the applicanl foi permisahn to und.. aka any public work in this conni ry 1ms to 1> ?? ' Iii i: ? ii who ' an hai|i h.in 1 o ui t a beni lng, Ihe i-*...;?;.ri, *i ti il.**se middle men lever* grret Al* r they bav< extracted all Hun can rcasona'dy he cn;, (i ,! fp tn the applicant, ll ic-i- men a iv very opt to I ? -! that the good of lb*- country requires r igemeat ol competition. Hence thy ore ecan-Boady led to look fte aew and unnlucked synd .i ea it is aadetatood t)>;.t tins is weal h.is un-di* ?', teal railway mheiae te tail so disastrous? ly, 'l be poim niiide in the official * ireles is that, a comp ting company would probably give better t.-ri.is. Measures foi the axilrpallon of hrigendage are i i ? I in i.i.iii.v Barta ef tbe lind. It telba lir*l Vin ? ,!. many yean that the .;? , mino,,t has i .. miy thing like a determin ition to be rid of t Tin* Sultan hus caused regular re? wan!- mid .a motions to be given to ail tin- sol? di ci i en who ar.- sui.-sful iii killing or ( i' .ung tba outlaws, nnd the . (feet is very good. It, is comm nly supp, * -,| that I-lamisin is dead ord,!.;, aaa growing lure-. Tbs Turkish papen i ; . ..iv day tbe oonvcniou ta Islam ol both Christ... - ai i .f-'ws. ia,,, converts ur,* mainly women, although in mem cases tbey aro men, m ei Hy muong thom who ure diaaatisfled with the ('lui tian sirictaessas to the murrin-.*- relation. Ill Sollie ei:-; s if BOt ,11 lill th*- ( ,,,. I . lilli- 'it J-lvi . il money premiam tatham v. 1,*> baeoam Ho?u__a> dans. Toleration lorim-. B imrt of iii*' Statutes of th Empire, It is aaa_mtood ta ? v- ry eaxtoag way by tbe o_?tela, however;, if:. Christian be r, im- I M ?'.ni bs ns revviirdi -I wi! ii mst. ri.il Kain. If a Moslem beeomea n Christum, tie* whole power of Ihe Govemamnl is exercised tn crush bim. 'Hie isaab penalty still itaada oa the booka cud im p-rfsonmcat ni leam bi the certain tote of such aesteite. A WHITE-HAIRED EEL1C Of TKE R sc. till'. WAXDFRIMiS OB a MlNlsrKKl.lI.-I.ii'lh'INTi AS BOCIAYB OK I wi Kin Bathactal Yandil, whaaatefs th.- rapntattou of having been tao ? raepeetahle " nitiuiur af tba Tweed Bing, and ulm i-out of (all alter Imprisonment ',,.? three yen i in foiineetic.it. int* returned ta this city te tbs kepa sf nviklni' ,n| good finvc.stuient.ofri'bis capi* tl. Ile wns in Mvaral iowa .own othws ftetotday. Dla brag white bair and heavy nnuuclie arr noticeable. His tem il rmbly and lie mis a remarkably well preserved itiipcur ance. Mr. hamil la suave and almost minina rbil in lils manner and leska He comes ot a sleek ?blah aunt-IB nte? to tels sttoet Bte tether, af the seaM neara, waa a Quaker iniiii-tcr and swasd aaBSIanilva piara wt prop? erty above Storm Kkht. H. F. Willi-, whe wm tefl?ag around for n pice of land SB iv bbb to build, SBBghl lo get ul?t be wanted from ttl*i Bat. Ma Baada, Tke twe wai-cl ovor tho ground aud Mr. \AiliJf Wished ta ?MW what be would h.ivs to pay an acre. * Well, lt li not very valuable," replied tbe liimk. r, ** lt ls only bb Ute wild." Mr. Willi! bought tbe property ami gave it the name aagprntod by Mr. .Hands. The preaeut Bal?Iintel te .laid to have made b's Ant Weiltn lu I'.io Janeiro, ll, became a CflflB?te?met Sf Taxes nu ler tlie Tweed Riuir an*! his sun an amasser sf Taxes. Ihs tlrui of A. H. ?? l?- Kinds, teethsmel Nathalie!, made a fortune out of BbBBVI H ari ap a ri lia. A. B. Snnd* wai a vestryman In Trinity ehnr'.b. | Mahlou laB?h tho hod ol A. ll. Baada, was formerly b_*?-ii la fall ai Mahlou Itm* Bands, hil motlier ksftag been a !>ay, the daughter of thc publisher well known In his Urns. Mahlou Bandi now upends most of bl. tin-- ii, J_)t)do:iv altbniij'b ha make. New York his aiddie. pteM Bl lin.ei. Th* story goes lhat u few yean ago he became heartily elok Of hating lill name, nii-ieiiitorl wlUi larsa parllia. and so ho destroyed nil the bettie mouldi In tho onliness, smashed nil tho bottles he could lay hauls on and desttoyed their content!. He was tired of p.tent nm Iii Ines an.l ls said to have thought that he could carry out lils social bte is and eiifov the spion lld. euler laliiuiocts whlcli he was wont ts nive In bondon fur iH-ttrr ir he retire l upon lill ulroaly existing fortune ilielncmnv thus suer, (bel ls sad to have been u largo ono. All thean .thincs are told by an old ao<iualntaueo ol Nathaniel -"-andi. CAUGHT AS A BUZZ ABD BOWLED. UClDEMTt AMD K\I'1.K1ENCK9 IN A COLD Hf AP. A tall min. holding a carpet stretcher with the teeth nil (-ono, itood at an KU'lith ave. c->nmr MB morning asl trash,aad furtively watehed teams ?-*r al af a nolgabortag mrteetery brick home scan,, ashm '?:> the Icy sidewalk. Ho was a man of BriddtoBBS,?eatingB frock coat co dilapidated ni to niggest that th- bll/'-ir ls of icvcral seamns had loyal with Us ample fold*. Thc. servant .imbi having otreiustod tim m pply Bf SShSS, ro tamed to tim I ouse, and tho tall man wandered slowly np. whlpptvl out a bruih broom from hil coat tull peekst, aud willi a few vigorous stroke* swept the SSbm Into tho gutter, leaving Hu- sidewalk daiiirerousiy ley again. Then ho BBS?toMd oarcle-ssly on sad returning ring tho boll. A short woman In a wrapper answered the -.amnion* "i wain to speak to tha lady of tha house," said tha tall man. Inslnuardugly. " Tin her." " y.,.ir sidewalk, madam, ls In a most dangerous state." " lt's all right now.- she rejoined hastily. ? I've put hail some ashes put oo lt." "Very likely you did. madame, kal >ou seo thero are none t'nero now,'* he said, waving thc carpet stretcher hnpramfraly toward the ley pavement ** Che wini from Hm .Tansy Highland! i.s aweeptna thranirh thia strasl .in 1 carrying BIM'Jthing before lt. Yu.ir a-h-*." lie added dismally. ? arc BOW Jail about Steming Thttd-ava ** Otastom mel ' ? I'recueiy, rn ulam. Hut I am willing. In spite of tills frlsrhtful weather, to remove, every vesture of Ice from your pavement fur tbe stnall MM of one dnlTar." The large worn in peered out at the ley sidewalk where no BBB-S iinw lelua ned, and raid: " Anything oil if I lat you us.- my hatchet I " ** Hotting, in ni i n," replied the tall mau, Ifitlfg con? ti '..l,'ly on the carpet itrateher, *? Weil, I gems i weet?" ** I mar as weil fell you," Interrupted tho visitor ha-lily, ? that I have seen mic man mention your -..;? watt to tim polieemaa, and another one fall on tha toe au i slid v.'.iy Into Dh gutter." "What coit a teoktag iii t-i was tkatf asked Bis wsmaa la shrill tones, wklai the taree lom wlad frew tim Banet Highlands dallied with her earl papen. " Bas he a short m tn with brawa whlsken and ? rafi bal I " " I ihonhl say so," s lil the tall man nt random. "Then that's thc owner of this boase," aha said foy fuliy. '?He's j mt beeu trying le oolloo! the rant, and bo'i coining agata. J'on't yuu dare touc'.i thal l< e. What "il jon take to s veep it oil '. " During the recent mid snap tt iconad M if the wind must have attained Its greatest tatoeHyia I'riiifing House Bquara, due afternoon Spruce st pteseetodaa animated appoaranoe witt the pedeetrlans.wfco, amara hu from Nassau-.-1., BB the B iii.are, WWtt literally bloWB 'iiiMi Qm Bpruee-et hill, and the* struggled palatally au I ilawly bask, a lar-,- crowd ealteoted te watob tba bats aad their owners go .lying down the street aad jr. i at H,e uiifiirti.Ti.it,-s. ? An old mau with tong white kate wm walkteg slowly uji N.as-.r.i st. anl -t.irtt- 1 to crn-s tin- BIBS of daagST vvii ii ? sadden .'ii.-l ot wind caught up lils tall hal aud ??;nt it dawn Bpruee-et Ukaaeaaaaa ball. Pram tke owner's venera' le and dignified appearaBSS it was evl iiei.t that i iimii ii _* was not ene of bis aecompltehmante, but ail!, ti. ? .al: af tbs wost wind ba started after bli !: it Bl I speed tliat was -hm-tog ![,? lon dov, n Qm hill, ins white locks fiytog la tba tassie, sad every attempt ts Batch a! I lamp poet or a railin.' ur.rs In vain. A larg! dray horse willi a heart lo.wi WM Strangling up tho limt, :iii 1 UM old man. grasping Bl any ul>-lru,-timi to imt his c--.ir.-e, reache i f,>r the huns, sad cateblng li dd of its tall branghl i.is at n mad e ureer to ? sn Men end. '? Lei go ol tli.it toll, yuu i^ld rascal: " Felted thc driver la a towering rut;.'; "lie's Balling BTBIJ BBBf 0 BB BBB ?tand on tbli lill, and if he stops to Itch you now, don't you ace he'll Iojo lit;, -.rip on the pavement I " The bllxzird wai getting In ii" Bm work- on 11m coldest evening ot tbe a Inter, *?? ban tbs door ol a drug itore te .-,-r.tu ave. Oyonod i-r.Id.nly and a ___B Bf Middle BgS humed in. " How does my right car look 1" he Inquired anxiously of tbs clerk. "All right," BBswerad thai functionary, somewhat surprised," doesn't it feel io 1" "Thal.- just the pilnt. Prc bc.n -u-ratrliiin.' and rub Inn- all the w.,y from Thirty iiint.i st., and there's no ;i.mc feeling In it than lhere is m lue lerule ol my ombrella. Do run bellove ifs frozen I " " l -ness _v on d i.now ii before this." " No, I wouldn't i fron the whole side of my fsoe ta Maine last winter, and the inure she frass the more I ll.eil it." ?* Vour ear is nil right," said the dark, Impatiently. " Hoi white ! " " No, ilr." " Hal a pale, waxy hue t" '* Not a nit." ? Thoa vv ni ton*! lhere any sensation in it!" "in goneral." aaewerH the clerk arranging the paten: tooth powder bottles on tbe rauuter, " 1 al would ie bard to expiate, nut la your ease acaaatteB travels slowly because ibora'i *>o muuh ear." Ur w.as very tall and verv thin, and he had lon.' black hair parted Immaculately all the way down behind. The wi.,*!, however, wat on respecter ol lint- nr nair, and just as ii,,, tiltia maa waaeroaatng Broadway nnd Hilton at ami derating his attention te borra ears and drays, a suddeu i.-i-i caught up bis bat and carried lt acroai Broadway. But tull wm not all. fur the thin man's raven local disappeared wita the bat and tefl him eora pleu.lv bald. He hurried wildly across the afreet ami grabbing hil lomewhsl draggled headgear clapped it into place again, though oceaetonal slabs <*(' inna mado the part less Immaculate tuan belora. Tha thia maa stepped upon tbs sidewalk a^-.iin with an .xp.i-?_iua of luicu-* ladueaa " I nope jon bavent cangai cold," suggests,- ? man who luci watched the cpi-,- la ?Ob, no, bul ifs a tn mcminns blew to my gelf rraneet." ** Don't mind that." replied thc other sympathetically, " lois ol people we.ir vt ** li isn't thal." s.ii i tte thin luau sadly; "yoitHee.it fa-!, ni ob by two rate ol iprlngs?a Hill weather -et or a vviiidy-weather set. Bad to think Unit I -I.mild have used the still-weather spring! on ? day lite u_n: " .4.V ALARM CLOVE ENDER THE SOFA. Ir ni Tlte .Ot,iniy Journal. A Mother on kladJaon-Ave. lately raqamtod her daughter, ulm i- )u.l approaching womanhood, to g ve ber b'a i ? bini -i ii she mn-r uni si? uji later .han IO o'clock This ibe girl was r-amctani to do. but her mile brother threatened tba! anton bli-) did be ii ? ubi open tbe ps ur dooi aud ann mace th - Btate-eaal ? i. Ibe lister inpposod tba) she te I pul a qutelui upon bet brother by reminding bim oi hi* plating . ami forging his .noil--I - name to excuses from ic hool to go skating, m.. forgetting t<> mention tbe tittie riding whip bis mamma kept in bc room. All tin-, however, vv,i< nut enough lo keep the youth from -gelliug oven willi Isla's beau lui nol giving him any? thing i I.i ,-i ma-. T,,e othor atoning lie got an alarm cloe ii v*,Mi ;t bell i loud as ti,.- gong on iii-* Brooklyn Bridge bob, and placed lt under Inc tote wben bli lister and ber brunt bed wera te do theil ipoonlng. The bandi vv. po led al i". The nnsuspectlng girl hoard lbs tick, bul link lt to l?* her |nv,,'s Water bnry. Ho was Jit..! HeUlBg ber ear will, a yarn als.nt a burse his papa ural gol ag to buy whoa the kook soundod. There uss a paran snd then. a. though understanding thc meaning, _?? grabbed his bal and never itonp-d rai niog until he struck the door sloop, whoo he Hew. Tl, ? I,uv had lo-d the Itepa Thc little blotter now take, acnibloa t*i Behool with him. -? ' SUICIDE AND SELF-CONTROL. From Thc Holton HtriUt Tho frequency ol snlektai is notable, and is t,o Iteved . ? !?*. veiy -.Ben *In-* tu the sudden Impulse ,,f tiius>' who have never learned to control tooti feeling! 1 ur pantons. Them person! often mee! v. rn gi oal i ami vmilieu -..appointment-, or suffer from great ro vtii-i,,:.- ol f'" ling, and the effect of hu imperfect cnn',.-! nf Ile will I- thst tl:0 lings cl ;...--h,i; mji Iheir lea-n Bad toad I lie Way to MU-deailll t .mi. 'i iav control of tho will ls one ol ths pem things to lie dun, by BM One, and lt ls uur ot the things to bo dune in * hlldbeod 11 e eaamp'e of a ima her ls * om in,'luied win, plunged lha head ni a rebellious child Into enid water when ho pei Slltentl] di Ml eyed her. TIM Bgbl for liberty v. as sharp and sn ung. 'iho mull,cr kent the head undei water ? long a- thi dared t", Lui the momoul tho child conld gasp for breath bo taeaiLed deflance Three limes dla the bead ge under, sod it wat only ire :',,. i Hms Ilia! tho mullel -s in,-.i aa obedient sun. ;-:,?? taagbl lum te al ?*. bar, snd In tatum Uni be learned to control himself, ii ,> believed tha. .hen- would i?- far fewer suicides, excepting I bole which come from insanity, if youm. people were rigidly laugh I ai borne to piac ti-.- i ic ,-n' ni self-control, it looks ?:- if ? largo num? ber nf tbe -nield-- of younger persons coull be ti ii "'I to il.*-lr la.k ol mt If control and of training in mural responsibility. MOSQTLTTOES IN /.ero wi a TBBR Jinn The Uart.'oril /*>-'. (Sea IB] Mosquitoes, strange a- ii Btu teem, me gaile plenty even ,,, mi- /,,., a-eather. j -.<?> an- noi wi,,ii may ba called a migratory hird lik. tim wild g. bul ra i n..un vvnh bi lu lim hibernating siam during enid mb?her. Coalrary, perfaapa, lo the teaching-- of s-teatlfio ui,,!,,!,, ii,.->? Unger In Ihe Intenttees ,,i,iv.,-i ling- and uther wann trhildinn all winni long lim the cn,in,,,; hoiiee liv. Within tha p.*-i lae divs they have been usn living anani In tin- warm air In man) imt inn-. A lady oa B'oostor-ot k.iio*! one I'Inui-iiav ; a i.-ni,i,t ,j u ,i i,ei ii, ld nv e. complains ' thai thej Bte iii lu- house, buaalag quito aaturallj Bltboagb v.,- i an I,anil;, bcttove Ihe MtM to b* viv .baili. lin- morning we were ...ul ih,. hand ou" I fellows, as largo and cdc*.ive as any from lift slues ! ol .Ni vt Jenny, in ? gla-- ?!.-'-. They w,.n. ,-anglo ol , .mi. ;,i h.-.,mini?I., by Mr. J- li B'satey. to b_mb | n. I.- for ih ll IK a I' ?un in the habits of Ute (i mi., I -..,-? When thu liiorilU'i 1. lix h' i-vs GOSSIP AT THE CAPITAL. STATE-MKN AT SHOUT RANdE. A BATCn OV BBBCBOf-B. HL'MOROL'3 AND OTHEIt WTfiB iBfttBB Waiiiiinoton, Fob. 4.-Tho story of Iho little boy wlm ptahad np a. pin In front of iho wooli hy merchant ami waa reus.rdo.1 for bli Industry by ? t-JOO clerkship. ti now rather cllp-icd by a rSBBfll In- Id.-nt In -?ust m?|tor-?;ciier?l Dickinson's career. It bBfB'""'* ,f:'': ho had karn metaled b., iho pmaateal ead *_*** l" had been cinfli nod t,v th* BsasBB, dur'n- Wi Bk period his sffitus al Ibo p,,-t Oflm Department was mikel ?limb!fal. "no BB?I noun late, h" was about lo slop late tho side entrance WbOfl thc xealoiis doorkeeper totmpsmd: '?Too lalo. "lint, my nan. I have ImpSttste business inside. "Aro jun a Member ol Congie.-- I" u .Vu." " Have you an ni der fnui a >!'inbcr I" '* Nu." ? ci* 'i imf in, thea ; loo late." *? Wi ll. when ian I get la P ? Dubbo.1 '? \V ho can tell -" " Dunn*,. Mi,ve on, now." 1. w.i, (hen ihat Mr. 1 lickiiismi rctlic-1 and entered tho building by another door. TBS dBOlteOBm te the BMsntlms p-jrsned Ike atna tenur ol his wsgs, satis? fied that hS had time tao rich, thing ??",1 vindicated tbs a..tinnily ?d tte Pooterastm CkamraL jj" Mag afterward h- was sstoatsked, baamm, to lentnt* order tu call on Iho new PmtmMtar-Ooaenl, who UM in Qm ?eaatlBM bern eeaatmed by ti"* ****** a-(o.,:.I,'*isnr e.av I- bettM Imagined than .le-crlM-l whoa ho -rawfranted rn Br. Dteklnton the *?"-?''?*'-* iv hum ho had treated so ungraciously. HI- SSW chlet though, proved amgnartntons, _ ? i didn't esra anything f*>r your dtesoartoty tn me, hg s;,i,|, ?"bul ir might have hui*, tkl BMtBSRR BtB third-elms postmaster. Answm qnmttom sltor tan. Tam's whal you'n paid hw." In m. w.rn, chairman ot tho Biekigsa Demo cn,.,,* --in > Central 1 -aimlttee, and tte probable iue ? ol Don M. Dtektnaofl aa tke Batteaal I oasmtttea il an cpi,*,..,, vi hu deUghtS IS varmiles. WkeB lt?W' lonies an- Mt! "f raaSOB and c.sst fifteen conti e.,.1. at tho green imus.-s. M.* Wwtoa -always bad straw? berries tor tupper wben In u mhiBgtea Be am kars ,.thor day when bk eyn Mi on tha sign rn an Bpto** n rmtauranl : I'M'-dl BJTAILE. Tblt dish wns BOfl te Mr. WO-tOB, and ciimbl-md With i's nov.-liy QM i . ****? ? '? dav a number ol Blchlgau. were sur^sod te r,. Br. Weston sate lavltal.? to a..md s ".-nail inpper." .. 'taba-rasaedtoteaiMveltytaall ,,?. lat*, uko impended, and rn order to reUeve " .pprehemlon of those Invited, Br. Weston nMrrih ?.,,,'. m.,. lli:iI1. dieu hs bsd ha*! ital wen warm than inalla, _.__? i ___n - ;, ,, Ju- af er QM war,"* said be, "that I hap? pened .*? bs in Cheyenne and wa, Invited to ? deg L-. gives bv Chief 'Kicking Bany.' *****?%* ol ofleen mceptod temOai lettiattomil totosdthe party and ?.Stod oaneltes armin, ?**?*? v,..,,.. tandi I ' tween painted bravos, rhe IQ?aws did tho serving. They wera erawded shouts Kge huttto which steamod witt its sromstle eoutonte. La given signal the chief cook draw tbo mes! tram ,,,,. Mt ii 1,,.,:.-i ?.*.* i. bi" ?? .mali pig, but a was pat n wm (toa Dsaterausly tts knives went through ii,- * mee BBdagrlnalngsqaaa P-teced li ron n?, ad. ' ler.-liloin of dug- Ita m.a. lu,,Ucl wl.it.j until tte dog gravj wm poored over lt Emili -?hy, ,,;,.,?-.?. | did. lertotaly, ere sB ate lt lt alu i to bad, either. Have i laail "' tv,..- served In QM shell, black aird ody. That Um .ur.ii.* wss a success .j, todMaled by Br. Wnton's order to wed sis daeea raalB to Ut beam hi Michigan where bo letona, lo astootok the native. v.ni. a *? s.i.m lopper.*-*1 Ho odtoor ol the Oovernmenl reeetvm mow ewrtom fetters than the Commissioner of Agrteutton. ms duly mall u s ported stonhoum ol apistotory eu? ri,,, i.I.--. Tim iollowing ls one ol the moot singular l remember to h ive men : - ll,,,,, l oleinari.feov eminent rainier. " Dear Bslr I '?I havo .-ume. dmin to linn ttrOOgh JOB some r-iiildy fur spavin In UMSM J'-u balBfl at tte heiul ot tho (-.uveriiin-iit and aught to use all end,*avi,rs to help tte paola terming stoat ol this Dtottam toa* I have a BBS mar that have spavin, fcho ba.s bini ll tor (Oin J oars I have tilde every! liing*' fur lt I maid !?,-,* ?f 1 havo cxamin a good many 1 encrs, MM- say lt Incttlhto, some give, reu.ldys but all to vam allier eoMtrtag the matter 1 have ile.ermln te mld-e-,, you ,,? ,i,f. subjeet, te seo If thar bo any re'rildy in Nmb "t tho poon teran ls tha Halted Btatea it thai is any remldy oz not any infonaattoa will bo Ifcsnktelly ra e. iv ed on tbe tubjeet ??I hate Qm boam te bo r""? obediant set-vent ,? cte. _, BapraseataUve Dorsey, **f Rebrsska, li om of tts mot! popular nen to tbe Boura. Here is a story tedd ahuii. bim: Ito lt a native ol West Virginia and ?arvid throagk QM war In a UnlOU regiment fruin thal slate. AU.T QM lighting u as ovor, he and a cu.u rade who had beea bM neighbor Brem youth con? cluded to si an West and giuvv up wnh the country. They had butii itndled tew and had beea sdmlttod rn Qm bar at the -ame tliu>\ Both ol them had been Democrats, and knowing tint tim country to which Ikey vere abo,,, to lettie was overwhelmingly Be publican, <!i-y held, it ls said, a discussion on Hie ear-, White OU there way tu Ne I,ra., ka, which malted In ? Brm contletlon rn Hi-** mindi al bott men that it would te bettor h-r the mw Brm If oas of tho Bwmban -h.edd ll- a RepUbUcaS and tho Otter a Denn-'ii' But whick of thc two ihould be tho nerubllran BMBV i,t. * j, v.as a hard qaosQon to determine offhsnd. Finally, however, Hey decided to throw np a cop per to - which ihould chang- is polltm. 1 ? right to choose fell to Dm ey. and from that moment be in- been an ardent ami mtlve Bapflbllcan. He nut only incceed-d al tbe to*-, but ina'Ui lunney In antorpriam m wi ii ; was elsetod to the Leglsliinn- Ol his State, and H.en lu Congr*** fer Knee term , and may yet land la tte United Mai.'s sci,a:e. Hi partner, the Democrat bm bsd no inch tock ll-- bu don.* reasonably well si the prac? tice of tim law, but bas ie, c.v. d in, lum .1-* Bl tbe bind* of Ids teltow-elQsera, and ta lt. plodded slon| these many years without so much as a handle lo his nama Timy tell mo tte toltowlBg itol) nf i mrtaln Booth ara member ol Coagress, win,so finances are in * chronic .-tate of dteordm tem as wall a* at borne, lin district wm split imo two faction, at tts la-t i on grmstoaal stoettea, om bctloo tuppurttag a candi dali.- v. lu > via-, known to favor certain riilru.nl WfcSBMI and lbs cher pulling inrvvard our friend as IB " An'I Mun,,p.,li.-.*' and ?(iuartlian of Kio IBopto'l Ubsrty." The toltol ?Ottos w_? in ahsps?ss MtosrByi and when, therefore, tho present COBgiemmiB under tn*,k to ranvam lt, bis ca-o ?e regarded as utterly hopeless; e*peetoHy so. in view of tho test, ti'*-' nl* crediton Joined In a body tho raahs of QM opfOSlttoa Our hieud't method, however, had the boldnSM a"a Simplicity ol true goolm. Oa arriving si a villa-" or Settlement. 1,0 Would a. BUSS call UBOB Wi ";"*,t tarloui creditor and addreai blM ai toltewsi 'Now, my friend, you bold niy noto for NOOi borrowed un,ney, don't yonl u was pntestod twa vein- ak", wasn't Ul Von never exi*a*t tn get a tent, ilu you now l Very good. Aad J"" are sn BB comproini.ling fi lend ot the I Silt SS ll while 1 am an imi; mniinpoiist to tho bmKboea Eamtte" ^"^ '"' us linden I sad each steer, l am running tor Con? gram, and thia ll t (ritual stag** In my allans. If I uni elected I may l,e able tu pay my creditor-, dun*, say 1 trill, mind yon, but then ls a chain*'* that I may. If I am defeated, tliat ls the end of H- * shall have ,,, ge, nut ol tote, and begin Bte QtOT again somewhere eba, and dettl ? cent af few ?oaej w.il yul. ever -ce. i B_M- BOW, what aro J'*)" BSlBg to i'.oV Ami in the horror ol tbs nib.I eaadUtoto, the minority, re-anJormd by tbs l oagmsaiaa'i creditors, ?wept tts district bl.- a whIBwtnd. Ol the samo Congressman they tell bm at "be stabs Qm ttory lhal bs came lalo tba Boara om day tbh week looking ratnewkal lortora and dmldedly do? lli ? .ll, d. '* fOU loni, pale," rem;,'ked I lymBBtblSlUg fl I'*11'1 "Tra; fin ii Bertout 1 don'! Baot whal leda. '? \\ hal'- Qm mallei P '?Well, von -?',., hMl Bight I dream",l I paid ofi my crediton, sad I am ia wonted t" kaow where tts devil I gul iii" iimuey fruin.? At Chamberlain's. Iho other evening, a friend I -Bed my sltoBtilrB I" B ><iui,^ man .itliug at a table ucar bv and said : "Bahee! i.arrott owes much of hi! iluanclal niH tuHuii-. to that loUov,." "How ii thiUt" " U hy," I,-.- rejilled, " fm twenty-fire years the Hal? ium.ie and okla mi tin* laaaayteaate luiirosd sssa> j, niles wen* ttraggUng te ?biain paamaBtaa ot ike Philadelphia. Wllnilngton and -altimore Italiroad, uhkh, u? to a tew ye_j. agu, mai ulai ned a, seoaiaio and Independent organization, and was owned by a few ii.h mon bi Dstewara Tkstt bBbaaam erm inch as to naree! any other corporation from (Plaining ? 'Inner f,,im t!,? I., -i,iai mo of Dela-san*. (Tiny rail? way from Bttstatag the light of way mros* Its terri tory. The ttttWm ot fhe Philadelphia, Wll.ulnglon and llaltlninro ftaBnad was held at most Inllated llgures, and many oilers f,,r Hs purchase w.-ie declined Nor weald nu' mad p. ni Mt hot u nh tke BaBtaMm .md ("lin or the Pennsylvania, BBd talk tlmso rival roads wm,. ?.'....aiiv a-ttisned si tin* Qtnakam, "Ono night a.. a dinner party In Haliimore this yaang man was a guest. Itnl-eri Correlt was another, and aaaat tho jr.-mal ta?asam of some fine obi H-ir Banay, bl bsattSd at Ihe dlnnoi table that tho luitl .noie and 'hi,, Campany hal finally trttaaabed in its fight with the reiinsylvanla, and that QM papers for ?ks mis nf ii?* PMIadslpMs, wilmington ami iiaiti more BsWraad Weald M sigrcl th" asst 'lay. "Thi- young gr nt kanni kippansd to be related to su.ii" .,f h.,* ofiiceri of tho tenaty!vania Company, aiul vv.t lobar anongk to sppraclate th>- Im-portom*?? **f tho BBBOBmSB'SBt As soon as he ciuild du sn In- ],?(? the dinner teUl, bBltted lu Iho railway station, caught IBS midnight Hain for Philadelphia, and arriving there about .i in thu motalBg .*id" Immediately tu the beera nf Thom,,, ,\. gcott, Ihe presld Bl ?.f tba Paamyltsate Cemgaay. Boning thal goniteman from hi. sleep, le* did tin, what h- hud l-arim 1 In llaltlninro, and a- loon -is Mr. Booti neild di,-s thi two men staited fur tic- boam nf th" -nil.ir nf the -Bnaaylvante Ci aptny. ai a a'ctoek in the awning Mr. .-cutt and his tollcltor were In WHmliigtun. ami 1 ?? f 4 ? Boon tbal day the napers transferring Qm i*hita telphla, WfteUagtoa ami BrJQmon Railroad to Ita Pena yltanla Company wen Bgned, while those which had been pnpar'd ta ta malted ta ?altlamra warn tkrawa Into tbs waste braknt " The Baltimore and I ihlo |k*h|i|i- never knew l.nw tb* Pennsylvania Company go! ahead of them In lb mos! Important contest lhal ever occurred between i mads. I,ni the desire nf roven."* was sn great thal they determined to bnfld a competing lim ta Phltadatpkte ami lank Qm surplus which lbs sMsr OarwM vv_k so long in accumulating.'' -rnator Vest, nf Missouri, grew veiv Ind;.nant In the sempaay af ? few eas?S ipirits tm ether day. at what ho called the hepmttton gtmllsul ky Blair upon iho Renata la Insisting upon s further disc um lou of "lhal hteatety blank 1,111 to plumule iiu-ti li,-nu y," when tho senate i, i other nrul mme Important ibingi to look after. "I -nish,-' In* laid with Ms mi,al *. -he weald tay whal ti," little girl asked tho missionary t,, '? And whal wat (hal " i ime In chorus. "Why, don'1 yon knowl All sboul the missionary beggar thai via. permitted by Qm superintendent io addrew his gtmdai Khool eural Nu : weil, be re ',united tlc ii iial llpritM abOUl heathen I'hllilieli. |.,ld of the missions*, efforts lu foreign lauds, and teni talking ai l|?- restless lillie ones hefme him fur nm" I', it i-'u hours. At lui lie said: -?And now, my dear children. I have told von ill sboul those poor dear children and their neds in ii,at bar tiH heathen I.md. Ami OOW Whal BIOreCBn I IB] .' "Thea up rete i bright-eyed li'.ie giri, abo tva* 1 to d.-traction by .ill his talk, and qatekl) said; 'Piesse, muter, lay \n-en.' "i am afraid, ikongh," added v -i after a pause, 'Blair dsesn't know tbs. wont" "Did you ever attempt to foll,cv Brother Call, oi Florida, a* hen bl attempts to make a point clear r a-' e i one of his Vt nu ci iii lg colleagues afrer the cigars ? -ri lighted and a s>naii company of congenial -puns, wera drawing their chain eleser te ihe open i,e pia,*,-, in one ol Wotto.*! private rooms. "Roi Well, le- remlndi me," eouUnund .ho speaker, "wt tts! dowa In Ark.iii-a- who. though a unod lawyer and an ex**oll,-nt man lu many respects, had thlt Bm falling, that he always gui the facts badly mixed up 11 eu making his charges to Qm Jury." ??And Brothel Call, you mid, Ban alor, remlndod Jnu nf tba. Judi.' * I" " I said ho remind! me nf Qm Judge. Ile may not 1 ' quite 10 bad I don*! -ay to ls bet- " * Hut *" "Well, ho erinn's mighty clow fo If. Al any r-i.,-. let nie tell you Stout Ihe .1,1 I.o. Sui. Wits bruil-ht I,- ton bim by Smith against .Innes npon a promissory note given fer ? hm si*. Jones'i defence w-as ? failure cf consideration, be asserting thai at the time of the parnham the bane had tin* glendon, of which it died, and that Smith knew it. Bmlth replied tha! the bono did not have tho glandore, bul hei Ito dlatempar, and ihat Joan kii'-w it when ho bought lt. Tho Judge charged Ito Jury: " "Dentil-uioii of the Jury, pay attention ta tte charm ol the Court. Vim bave already Brads Bm mistrial of this cam becsuse yuu did nat pay attention to Ito Charge of QM Court, and I don't wan. yuu to du lt again. 1 lutvnd tu make lt io clear lo you tins Hmo thal you cannot pWllbly make any mistake. This suit la upon a nui** given lor a promissory bona 1 bois, you inider.-lanil that. Now, If you ibid that at QM limo of QM salo Smith had Qm glenden and Jones knew lt Jones carnot lornver. That i.s clear, gent)! limn. I will state lt again. If yuu lind thai at tho tliiio of the sale Junes had the distemper sad smith know lt, then Smith cannot possibly recover. lint, gentlemen. I will .tate ll a third time, so that you cannot possibly make a mistake. If, al tho Hmo of !'? ila, .smith had Hi** glanders, and Junes had Iho dtotompsr, and Ito hons knew it. thus neither smith. Jones nor the horse can rei over. Let the record to given to tho Juty.'" The Jury that s*at on this story, told by Mr. cali's colleague, found no diincniiy whatever in ree king a vsrdtet Plvs minutes sftorward ths torte of ad many hollies were heard pupping, fresh Cigar! were lighted, amt tho company fell to diSSSCQng tho i.,\i victim. ??Tim" Campbell convulsed a party ai Chamber? lain's recently by tolling a ttory on Cong:,-,man Marlin, of Texas, who distinguished himself Just be? fore Congi -ss convened by blowing oul the gas iu his room al Willard'- nil lellrlng. Said " Tim .' ** Von know they havo a dial Ot dummy Clock hang? ing in frn.it of the clerk'- desk In tim I.all of tho house, which is s*.*t in accordance with tho announce iii,-ut ol tba Speaker that the -morning boar' or the ?-is und call ol commit. Os- cnmineuccs al a slated time. V. ell, lt seems that Marlin had Ix-en selling l,,s Witch two ur three mornings by that dial, and msrvet?d greatly thai kb tl sm piece -gat eat o' gear' M often Happening lo ineniion Hie circumstance lo his colleague Crate, tbal genttoaiaa temar tod: "?If 1 Was in yoi,i place, Martin, I wuuld give it up and go by lUn-llOM, Tarsney and I hail ihe same dn'icuiiy in tba test Congrasi and ii it. hadn't bera tor Tim i ampls'll, vv l.u.e scat wai close lo tho ile, Vs ? le-k and Who gol m. tn Cu. t lombtoatloa early, wo vue,ld have had B Imap nf tumble.'" Bea win, have been in Washington a few yosts mn tell :i water of Congrats in his il.*-' term as re ni.iy i- OM tell! B pig l>y ii..* cir matte. There l, au air of Importance, a look of "Oh, yon know all sboul r ?'. nf course," thal is never teen eteewtere. rj nr* other day a yo,mg woa__n calling to ?,.;? a well known moisten rani bet tani la by a doorkeeper aid waited oiii-.iii.: ral tor than bravo tts crowd thal usually Un ung ito I adte-t' reception room. Preseatly a niau came out Whom -he took to ls) th" *aiuo th-it had carried te her card, -sh- stepped up to bim and eagerly asked: "Il Br.-In I" "1 praSBBM ha is," replu-d tho man lu a top-lofty manner. "Well, did you give him my card, then:"' sh" ]s*r Slsted. " I did not; no, madam, I dbl not ; Whal do you tm an * drawing himself lo lils full height :,,,rt puueh lag hi- ekes! With lils thumb. ** I did not-1 am a member, madam." ? "I. i"*g pardoo," promptly iclorted Ito young roman win, ? roguish twinkle In her eyes, -I thought you were ? gent toman?you know?ons al Ikara that st ii. 1 i Ito d* ( r (hoi .?.? .Mr,. I''it!.-i's engagement has not proved much of a -I. <*?---, SUter ur*'-***. ' illy or tin i tinily. Bte has dnwn e.-il mali- I nus. ? :.nd been greeted With decorous enthusiasm, tuck n o iety bestowt ayoa ih-_,e wto niue wero ""if lt" 'lin- lOSSl papci 3 havo devoted sotamm te s deterlpttoa ol bm dramas, sxhaattiag ri" '.mah?iry ii ii"> attempt io do Iuittes IS .lieu), and havo I?tmlSSSd tho por farmanem ptopat lu a low llne-s. TbU may be, of Maret, seurat* ito butt! "t the sriUra, or only a due apprecla-luu ou their part ot whal tito Waahlng .,11 pul,ho de.siio. to read regarding tho theatrical ica.sts put beforo lt. Mr*. Totter avoided entirely g.,lng Into Moiety, dedaring that with seven per f,,unuic , in iho wook to prepare for (tbe had no limo loft for oiher thing!. j\s au ladaa?tom SMantoe ol tho House, tho Boa S. V. While mit 111 itlly objects Ifl Hie- Infereuee. ba.s.*d on a go?ll>p> paragiapb WfclSk bas appeal?*! lu Thr Taaaaaa mid other papers lately, that he neglect. h>? dulles and wastes the people'* Hmo over a private telegraph wire running to hts Kow -York office. It app.)*i*i from a j* -rsoiial tetter sent by Mr. Whits to an acguaintanoe that not only tho in te re nee but llkewl*. tho preinlra ts all wrong: ih*t bo ban uover hart a prlvuo wli-e lioni Wsekbftofl to .\ow York and uevor had a customer there ; that he orren doe* not hear a prfee af it<>?k all day long, ts not SBSSntattog ia tha market, and hts not ngised a half hour from bis wat this term tUte tt? UuuM *'?*? iu rassls?, NOTES OF MEX AND AFFAIRS OfJMPMM OP LIFE AND KZF1M-HCI WHERE PEOPLF MEIT. Tbsra are few bigger men, physically, on Wall street than Oomaal Benjamin Ie I>vre, who has within a short 'lino been brought Inio the ITV leo of ih- llrlco-Thomas syndicate aa general counsel and msletam In th'lr railroad affairs. II* wai so long in Congram, at Ito kaad si tho OtajwaMBtm on Apt ciilii.ii*', that lt was alinnsf forgi,tt**ii that f.,r tight yaam prim .*, tim doa.h.of IBaasyteaals^i great rail? road president, Ito QeaSSBj wa* one of tho molt activo ??( ( ulonel Thoma* A. Scott * BNtetaBBt Bs Ibm hus Is-en no little wonder that ho should lum up as a railroad min, when lu fact IL waa Um natural thing for him to do. I was in his "don,"' at No. IO Wall-fd., tho other dny when fifi- -two cases nero referrd to him In a lump for his examination, refer? ence, settlement or dh pas tl Bs received Ho gr.-a' balah of ihs'iimeiits with al mach equanimity as when fm in,?ly h.. ordered a peck of turnip seed sent fo a termite sgikmltaial eoaaUtaaat The Brim Themm syndicate ls heard -bout in vari? ous v* ny, la wail toraet, bte inn.ii ids <-f tam locality. Il will ls- a surprise io most people to learn tfcal tWfl limn who, -It; or eight vinrs ago, were stran? gers In New-York, are t<, dag in BBSBSIBlBfl of the con trolling toterast tn mme than stety raUraete with atm .'"?i tulles nf track. Ttotl prleclpal svsl.*tii, tim Bm! Teaneeme, Virginia and Oeergta, comprises atm ?J.,)<s) miles nf track and some fm-.v separate cn pm a Hons. They wero Qm ph mee i-i |? Hm consolidation ol railroads In the Bomb, under which that part of tho country bm corrie ta 1-e known as tho New South. Th>-ir Biker railroads ato In the Northwest. In th Statn of Minnesota, Wtocenstn and Michigan they bera siii,,,* 1,300 miles or track and aro building up an Im portani lyttem. Tire mon whose Bemm are jiopularly ?riven in lae syndicate are Calvin S. Hive and OOBSral Samuel Th,mias. The form lyadfceto seems to imply thal a aumtor af otbett ac* associated wita them Whether nr nut this ls Qm feel I* univ a surmise. Their Intimate Mandi say that they aro luBctota to K"S. Tho attach, span Ito Past-Oflfes BMasgsrasm in New York which bael been gMag BB fur -onie time In a city paper, are Intensely relished by partisan minded Democrats, bbs *,f arkom raid yestetBay: "lit. Ctota land only wains an BXSflSS t,, turn Mr. Pearson out of nineo. That'll what wo Dcmuciats also want In New-York If these attn,-ks ke-p in. Mr. Ctotetofld may Ind hi- escuse, ami we may ikes got wiiat places sra non tefl li'Vd by Republicans!" It lt .-aid il,!, the ibm. - Tun*" Campbell has designs ob the New-York r, -r "tine, and yearns to write his nam, viii!, ;i p. ML attachment.' li ito llonorabte Timothy succeeds li will uni !?? a vv.-,-), until Republicans ill Hie Puta] Servile will he as SCBKC as hen's fe. tu. Anottor Ml ol political gossip thal ls afloat endlti Ethan Allen Doty, who t i- ? Mugwemp af 1--1. with Intense OppoolUOfl to Mt. I levels d OB account of lils taiiir mem aga Br. Daly ls an eames! proieetlve tariff man, ned hi. Mugwump Idol was sadly shatterad by tbe um -a,-'-. * nf the pram-Bem aawspapsr Mt rm geode ste at Washington ls W. A. BeBride, sf "The CtmlmteU Ba ?[direr.*? Hs ll often in .Wu York, and ls now ipand fri.__: a week tore. Be is si,,,,-*, thiel set. nervem sad dark In cnm],le\lou, a man of aboBl thirty-eight or ferty, with a small Ila-': mmtacbo, twinkling I'.mk ayn and a good natured smile continually nn his face. He ! i- 1 qnlek rtep snd manner, ami writes a band thai would tove p../fled Boraes Qreetoy'! type Miters. Ho n'eii a BMMage recently in tke Western Union Telegraph office, it was aver a eolusra la teagtk sad wm -iven io one of ti." expert manusertpl readeti and operators, After .-ending five or tit psges tke man gol -1 ail'11. Three or f.mr operators wen put at 11 successively-, and finally a messenger wai sent mr Mc? Bride, when he cam- a page fruin Ito centre of bb rnpv was handed hi,ii and ho was laked I" read lt "Where i* tho other nagel" he asked, and lt was onlj by catching the contexl tha! In* was sblo to decipher bis own handwriting after it bad "gol cold." His employer, John lt. Heleen, gol so bewildered living to i, ,d vi, bride'! private letters, thal be rani a type? writing machine -,i< a present to H." correspondent, with the request that he write his letters on lt. Be Hilde'- ilgnatnn to a chark is good tor five figures, whieh is about alt there l! handsome to his hand? writing. He hai been a fortunate Investor in Wash? ington real *\-tato. Tim advertising department of a grata eorponlioB ls a position nf Importance s,.,.,iMj only to that of the cxoriiiivc bead, especially if the effort is being mad** ta reach the general public for the sale of any ardrie Of cnn,!,,milty. This branch of Ito Singer Powlnt; Mm hine Company*! kmtacm has been for years Ifl tho hands of Cnlnu.-l K. II. Hopes. Ile ls B Jersevnian ot slight physique^ with a larg" imad, high forehead and Intellectual appearance, lb- has aa active and weU trained mind thal runs iar in advance ot ids physical strength. Mime muni hs a-*u to bough! "The Ameri? can Magatine," and began lo push and develop lt with all his energy. The magasine bas attained oromlnenee and -nine de .'iee of pi,,, j s*ri t y, hut I t,e Colen"! his been obliged to ,*,.-_-,- work aud go to Florida te re? cruit. _ Kx Coupe-.man IV-d rid. Mill-, of C>inn**otlou*-, wini ls small in -muire, with a kindly, wrinkled tem covered With a stubbly growth of white whiskers, 1- an iron manufacturer. That lie ls a protective tariff man M ovideui. temi to ls a h'ciiin: BepubUean tn BflW Vurk ho said yesterday : 'The I), niucrailo app<-,.| fur fess trade is mad'- to the farmers Ju-t .v* though I brnur could not MS through tho free trade millstone ;.- quickly as any other. When I was in Washington I Med to a-k tbs Western members what thSg would do If their neighbor's eattla bioko Into their corn fl-lds. They invariably replied that they would put up their fences. Then 1 asked them why they didn't apply the rame rule when they found tho English tradesmen breaking over tho tarftr fence and Herding Qm borne market. This homo nurka! tai.**, up ao per Mm ut iii tke product Of the country, ll ?_ moro important io protect this e_ pw* cent than li ls to Cater io the Other 1_ per cul a- any larmer can readily SSa ll wc put down the tai ill and let out? sider- cum,.* here io ti ade, the far'orm- aid si ups that now cuiiaiime thc ,-.-, par cent will ta shut down, That ls the nammen mbm view ,,f ih'* situation. If es Want to stop revenue wo IUUSL put the rat') higher until ginni- MSM io cunio hi al all." Anottor polM ma<l-) by Mr. Miles, tun. hmg the tariff question, de ?ertes to t,,, noted, -"-aid he: "When the lue Trader n-iis bm that protective tariff h_.s nothing to do vvtth il,*- prosperity of this country, 1 wani tu know why H.". per cen. of Ito emigration that come, lo th**-., -hull*- cotnei to the United stales ami only 5 per nm to (aii.ni... Tie... tbonsandi of emigrants trish to t,.*!i tr their condition. If bra trade ls web a bleating why don'! they gu tn . nuada Ins'cad of cumin, betel They have bee trade la 1 nuada, lt is taeaiiM they want to corns where they ai,, most prosporara that ls whets ibero ls protection to labor and Industry." '?The grow ;1, ?f tho South," wild Judge Henry II. Tompkins, of Atlanta, yesterday, "ls only tobe gaog-tl bj Ito condition in which lt was left by tho war, and uni lu comparison WBh the Nm th or Wist Then probably uovci bm bern te tin-* msatiy tack a Mar vetloot growth aa that of Blrmleghami which u the lion centra of Alabama. Ia 187T, it was a ..duo au-o tract of demrl land, A company height lt for slmosl a -'-ag. They kened IOO1OOO tbsim nf stack which we ?? -?,i,i bi 1 ? '" IB mbm. toter th* capital ntocit was doubted. In i--_ th.mpaafl Bra! togaa tu pay div.duds aud the stack ran up to pa*, be ivie,;, 1 - ,-_ anl 1887 soi,.orbing over ISO per tent In .1 vn:e,:i ,,:, the par vaiuo of the Mack wm declared. i.i-1 v ar, i--t, nu tbe *ai;:*> capital Mock ? >t $?_'(**>.? 11,, there were dUlributed In div.-lends .*?.?.,cm, ,tx *?. Ih.-io i. no t-dd in,rn- In th*) MUntry that bm dune MU .* thaii that. ' EXOEPTIORS Ht All. RI LES. Fr ?, //.<? CMeeeB Itikflaa '* If 1 in ghi villi.re to BMBB a suggestion, madam,'' saul tito i eil,-."!!'* jgcii', in a .-.uni,re vol reapactful l -ond -ay Iii'* motto -He has gone to a, :'"i.er land i.i.ild be ari anpi'oprlati' otu." " Vou lorge , ur." >o?d ito tody to _i_ou, with cold dignity, "laal I**) grad in Uratan." OULTPTATINO AS EPlci-RE'S APPETITE. >,u-n The B**) Irai.ciHo Argonaut. fha tn.pi* ui ? would ni more dream of laking a.iay tho I arl' edge of fut.uo appel fla* by nv., Indulgence than a barber wovld of opening a tin can with a raaor. Us weigh* ins gtomurm and pains t?o meed, to ta caught in sueb ttooe.. A I-Uaey ls 'hat un epi...ie iii.iays needs Ibo cbolcosl deU cs - to sJ.tiUlato hu appetite. on lin* contrary, ii..- art of Ito epicurism con?its in the ate?By te g> i pleasure oui ol Ito must eoMMonptecs artietos ,: : ai by pi-paring and Bating -hem property* ?>f i tho epicure prefers rhambertlu io macon, canvasback duck to run! goose, br the same reston thal lu- prefers the fragrance of a wood violet to tbal tii ? 'nurse hut toura towoi : but, on the other hand, to aluna know, whal au Oriental ros" go-den nt magic perfumes may b.md In the iltnp|e?t artut ol whole meal or graham bi-oail and buller, h nigh ordinary mortals may e?f-iy .olivine- ir-ciii , v_t of their exlitence ly - * "' ' rileeaad allow? ing tba SXhakfll au* to p.-- itowly l-iough tho uo--e. . ?? -?? THE WONDERS Ol MESMERISM. From Tk* Oe >'*?< ?< *"'*?? Omaha Man-That was ? gnad exhibition of hypnotism you gavo last, I -. , pSrtsmB couvmcliig, oorfeetly slr. , . ,. _.. Noted Mesmar.it-] am g'??.? -'?" ^u,.,1 u **'? -fha Influence of mind over unn-i .* only Juit being r*c kii-iwle.lg.-d by aeienra, ba. vt.- mesmerists havo known u for year*; it ls mae thea InBuenm; lc ls aower abaelute punar. to tha praesam of a liynnuti-er any ism st.u, no matter how strong of Will, mav iH-ome a slave. I WM I -'" '-r, tin* day U nut, ? ii- distant wiien whole nations can be brought under Ml I lllXJli IlLt.Olf ii a Vino tho mblSSl ot ono humau will. All I ot a -slight Bfquaintenaa altb a punon and while tney are aa pliant and otodtete to my will aj ,?y niUo Unger. 'Ihey uno things as I imagino Ui.in, Ui-y tann* the blitoreat ibbslaasai and pro uoiince Hmm IWMt, tho sWflBteSt and think thom jitter i tto* smell an union and call lt a ros* and foaM (in a*lj teing room) ?John, you pitch that horrid elgar "Ut ot The window or gu out un tto porch thi. ir.TjtH. KOted Mmiuerist Y?Ba% my dote- \ THE CHILD WONDER. Bome Interesting: Facts Concernlne* Little Josef Hofmann. Blt-*! Jlfl-T Lind's arlrr-nt na rrns'flsl rhsnni??,s?i | .* li*or*1 th! luetoia iccordfyl ta Itt Ililli gtniai ca.Utl I a. tl UelmAum. * Fffii!'liiili'liii ifilv __j_*-,--? ?- . ?Thi I.lltU MoT.rt." si tit ls ?M-BSj ls ?.?"*> no ol Im BtafltoMBBtea This fact ilma ames t* ms.? sm ir- ms aa th* pn.llt: fully axptct* after toj,m of SBflsMiaM I t prodigy to turn ont a routh win, aa femglsm ni it-ii. No. thou _b. clot aol ni frith'tlc ka,ck>rl>oi'k*ra ail rr .x istofl collar. Ir*s-( Ko'cino lt a .Mia ii' MMBM. aa! neoTs do cot;n nlii* or iroi.t ea scono to reiM.r li.::, tito MSM ' pBSBSflM?M of lu* graS?BBBM Apr i|,.i?,,:'i.t? rauug pruliey't Hon c-inrerr !,? einms, Ms father relotoatTat while lt. Lon tun .*i? st:*- !. 1 S BM tm gate/mwkfck to toasaM daftly tetstasssl a bm gaaM ?t lentil. When iske-tto prr'orm e-t t*ie plano li* r?ri'. ? ' | "I carmen piaf aow, because [ .ni I, .rn ?? - . ??, ? - . . - j difficult. Any one can loira pisno maur, hut ans mist h* e!*ver to play Isao.i," Pro n H?rr BTeflSS tort flows to ti.,- i i.ni wli , |la_ it iho tr.?afls arorr mrri'iir of the orchMtra adores lha ti r tl i boy, ami whin a -tar or tn in, it rsliear^al lioelim'*o>1 Town Irnm ths plano ant. **?t?*)!ntt! the front of ch* stag*, s il i. " (ieailamso. I rio not i>t thal alt liar rlRht; (t cou u m. *o," iMMflSlMB J| vita lill" bandi la Ulla way, "inf! yon all kr.ow it should come v>, te be tn peri-set harmonv," th* ni'n w.-rs io oTeresm! tty the litllo fellow'* tuarTxlloislf ol-ar rnannr-ro: stiling tT* cat* that, one auit all. tiley la! 1 Town thslr uistruinents aili .'rom tl.e tliat Tiolin down ?_t. him a k'.*i au <i wa ? ?? cm'.ra s. Put Ufo Hofmann is hut a child. after all, aol th* ron .lani ws.r and *xclte-nei,t inuit at last hroaV Ito tt*ea_BM <<i_ Itltutlon. Itontan wle-i tli* merit* of Vita Nu,,- a. M BOW Ute H** gr*itest tonic for insrTout flklMN oTsiaork dTspensU, ..e., vTera eipl.tinod to th* lanis'laio frl*?r1a al* the little munslsn, th'r were amtoni to etrn from h**,t' i*piirt*rs If it mlxht sv'-li" b* ul-cen to a rrhiM, and call-I on Mrs. Harr.st Hubbard Arer. the prottrl.tor of ihe tim,,as ltec.tm'or I reparations as well as of viu stBSVB Mr* Ayer showed toa*!* of t.*r testimonial lettfri from Ju Iga Moma J. O'llrlen, Prof. I>jt1'. s-.Tin^. Hons. I I < <it. v 1 .t I Cu rn in in?*, Wm. (I. S tali I necker, meas liars or OmglSM sit '? - ' rv Tlio arju noots ia toflH tt Mr* Ay.-r's pre,*, rations were too strm*, ami heucaforth If th* HMS mut tl pro llry utibly uaproToi lu strength aad heall! all Hil w ,rld will know why. Vila Nuora wftl enrsdyspepsia, airvontness. slseplcisnesi and all oth*r modem incises caused by overwork | ind. bil. ter ? till, if taken nocaslon-illy will prerent tl,em and ensTIe y**n to keep np vtiIU your bns'.ness duties and sclal en j*.*. ? m-n's witlioiir dinger of break:.i ' down. lifftise ail substitute*, l's* Reran,ter Me.llcsted H<*ap for yourself andchildreo ; lt will prtrent and relier* all a'.ia tterassm A BIT OF THEATRICAL CRlTTCtsU. Edward Harrigan, tho favorite arter, MB mam amusing Marta! about his early experiences In I al If or? illa. Nearly twenty years ago he wa* coming down from a -niall tows tu I ut ainento by stag" each, ll was a cold, siiuvvy night, and he ind his companion! were huddled together smoking tl.elr pipes an-l long? ing fur the town lights to appear. Th! stage driver and a MBnd WBN holding a desultory conv mattoe BB the box, to which Harrigan listened lor want, ol BBBRR* tblng liettcr to do. '?hay, Hill, vveie you nt that show losl night In tho BMsradB ('i>era Hooml" '?Wem j ) Well, I should say I wer>\ and Jim, ll I ever lay hands on those crow, that gave thai ihflSr, I'll blow 'em full of hole*}, or my name ain't bill (simmons. They ain't worth a pint o' bealii." Harrigan was slightly amamd at tlils open tented crl'iri-ni, but the next words of Jim made hun a inti,) uneasy. " Hill," said Jim, '* you don't merni to say you .lon'** know who them fellers inside ls!" " Xo, I don't," responded Kill. "Why, they're the very acto**! thMnstoflS." Then Dill shouted '?Whoa:*' to his horses ani brought tho stago to a standstill. H.- descended to tha ground and opened the door of the slate. "Git down!" wa. what he said to th" oecnp.-inM. They did not seem to undent and him. "(.lt down, I tell yer.1 lie shouted again, "or I'll pull you out by the beete.1 Tho people within tumbled out v.,th a gu*it d>*i! ul grumbling mid u gte.tt many threats. U he i they ware all ranged about In Ito snow, lilli lae tod limn one to another and addressed .hem as tollu".s: '? I hovell*, gut much to say to you feller*. Hilt this ls tho way lt ls. I saw you Iry te git " ? IfceW last night, and you can'f ride on my -tag*-* I''I c._T>. miles .,, ii?vt:,. mid you can tramp lt. .oj viun'1 sutler half what I did last night." The driver then mi,nilled tl,,- Ml again Whipped "P his horses mid disappeared. Birrigan and his fr ? a walked Info Sacramento, very mad. but ant daring tc glvo their experience any publicity. TnE BEGINNINGS OE SOME RICH MEN. />..?i The cn ungo .Veo*. Instances of lowly beguiling* ar-- Bat rap* in tbs lu*.- of Chicago millionaire-.. J. **' Deaas, Ito Braal Beat of the Mer hants' |j,au and Tro-t .' ni- anv. be^an bli commercial career in Cblragn a very sm.til dealer In peanut*. W. M. Hoyt, the wholesale grocer amt builder of the Immense tea ind! between Chiraga and riilna. In his \ ..ui li kept rn little appto-illfld ali the don ol tke old Ktehflwad Ilo el ob Cate it I.. J. Oage'i first work w.is ,n a carpenter In In- father'* box factory on the W?st Side, lin* libby bm'hers, tho immensely rich pokers, started a* working butchers. Jacob Husein,mg, the capital,at, on I l-*vl Ko-'uf-ld, srto died las! summer, whoas ?--,? fur tunes were lai-g-lv Ineraaaed bv their sha'"" In r' ,, Miena"! Heese #11,<s).i oo,, es ate. liect both | ami carried pachs ob,nit the siirroundii.a eoantry. II. A. Kuhn, ito head of tbo lug whuto*de .1 ? house on franklin -?*-. wm al.o a psdter a i< l_lrbank boasts that be can lav a brick now a- well ax In hil voiith. when h.* wi iked a- a Mason. C IL McCormick and Leaader J UcOs-mteB wei*- toaadry men. The first stop they owned was a sn.oil shed (ni North Water st., e ,s of i;,ish. B. I' Hu''1 l <-in earned Ul j*u'i'b')il -wairiv. ki a ibosflMfcar. Nelsi-n Morris l,l.ick"*l boot- and did rhon*- Bani u ratall Inn In th- old Sherman (-!o**k y.ir-U. AB?rwara ha began tia?llu-_' In rae ?.'-. ?". 1*. lor,vd'* tll-st employ men! In CktoSgS Was ?s the smalteSl rlcrk iu Georg* sun h's bank mi toto -t. Ooarad s'i'p. the millionaire brewer, wai a common brae ri i hm ami hu pariner, Lehmann, was a carpenter Jeromes Beecher was a common woffctBgaraa Joto T U (Ml wa. a clerk In A 0. DBWBS. dry goobs ii'oro a yr uk fte. A QrlCK kt m. "See mamma.* sahl ilifle Kil/abefh, nrinclng a pict, um of rm enraged cat with a very much a di *<l back, "the hltty has gut - palu I" -, CiBPflNlHl'S VOICE. The following clip? ping frem tho gre*.i> -t minka! pui-ejln Amer? ica, the .liiiuiiuii ilu.ii, nm, edited by Mr. John Freund, speul.* tori tacit: ?'rA"rip.e*ti*ti Mgnor 4 a wi pa? uli!) and lila cun-* cert ?? i> ni p u it y appearrd nt lha I. rand Opera ll o u ar lu Kan Prim taco, I na I ItTondnr evenln-g. and ar** to remain In ? -lirornla about iliree week-. The a!l?lin_!i ish.-d tenor** niiiiif rniii irieuU-s will be glad to learn that Isla eiiterprtae proapei-y aud that tlae irllst's sac'Pts la aa narked aa the in un a ger* a. The < arupanlul t'oncarl C.inipany truul In a apeelal .ar, i-lirlati-ii.-d the ??i nmpanlnl,?' and equipped with an Italian cook aad a large aaeortment or relate, -waitera aud maida, lt la aald that the rel*, .rated tenor ow ei the recovery ol Ula voice to the Uae of MOTdl OATS ESSEBCE.B " -Ror li Uili the fl mt case of Pamlyali, (not < Of the Vocal Cords,) but ot other D*j-__aT body that tbat great Mllmtt* of Lif*, ' OATS uss KN CM. toa eurea. fitihert, nu rt Inn anoUtert. teethi tym, eotatjuleed infant*, tneiemi httetereiai female*, ?BBB eal I cxkauttod B*f*in**? en tere, Wottb Ito