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WILLIAM WALTER PHELPS
AS HE WAS KNOWN IN BERLIN AND
ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE -HIS DIP?
LOMATIC WORK- -8QME PER
BONAL TRAITS.
Ij.ir.il .ti. June 19.
It seoma b-:t ths other day thal I saw Mr.
"William Walt tr Phelps In Berlin, and said ?..un?
tiling tn these columns about bis diplomatic
work as American Minister to Germany, In
truth, it was a year ago, bul what ls s > ii ?
And this m >rnltiK comes ti'" news thai we ai
never to j-- ? him again, In Berlin r el
in that Europe In which. American as h< was
U> th,- Unger tips, he a ? mu rh d ii fl ' 1 an l
which delighted In him H I loss I h
try In h. t ? .-. Ith Eur ?pe, t lo rn all
had he lived, li" mig have repre?
sented her a* a Eu urt. For h waa
-me of that nan ? | io num. - ul band f Ami l
cuns who have u real Insight hti ? the affairs and
lif?? of this r -mewl).it old/sr c mtlnent.
He had lived abroa 1 long
hend Uim or three countrii ; one of thei i being
his own. I will take the lib rty of saying that
there ar.- c Ttaln particulars In which an I
Jean's i.i. g bli own c mntry ls the better
and pnr"i' for a residence elsewhere. Whether
that win bc disputed by the untravelled Ameri?
can I know not He sometimes disputes propo
sitions on which I ghou]d have th
men of tense were agreed. Put Mr. Phelps
would not have disputed it. T know whs I -;
opinions w.-rc. That ard many other si)
Wc have discussed in Berlin, In Homburg, ami
'elsewhere. Tou know well ii iw strongly be IjcI.1
his opinions and with what tenacity he d< -
fencfid th. rn. It was, I always thought, because
they matured slowly In his mind. When he tirst
came abroad he was not quite the same man
whom wc knew In tbe later years of his Hfi He
brought with him the uaual stock of American
prepossess! i -. at I he relinquished his h
one or an .'her with obvious reluctance. Bul be
had far too much Inl nd a 1 ince of
character union too even, to all iw him to remain
amid new experiences the victim of old preju?
dices ins mind opened, perhaps, in a rather
leisurely way. but lt opened, and the d<
ajar tho light poured In In fli ids.
llo came early to see that a patriotism baaed
on cofhparii ns of his own country with . tbers
was a broad r and purer i than that
Which eton d Ita i yes as if In terr r lest a kt wl
? of oth ?? countries might sbake one's alle?
giance t i < ne'a own. To shrli i knowl
edglng a quaU y because lt was not American,
or not exclusively American, seemed t.. him but
a poor tribute to the Repu Ile he loved, ind ?
poor evidence ot faith. In her Institutions. !!??
hal within him. more -wv. a tense of Juste an I
of honor such as forbade him to deny Ger
many what was Juc to Germany.
It mac be said of evi ry aide ind open-minded
American wh i comes to Europe that Europe is
to hirr. i-i atlon. if he comes as Minister lt
ls perhaps best of all, for ..s Mlnlai
c instantly to uphi: l the Interests of hu own
people nd :' ? he ls learning In the quick* I
surest way the distinguishing characteristics
an. mc ii. whose Government he ls ac?
credited. Mos! interesting was it to watch the
process r '? as Mr. Phi Ips's,
His Amer! inlsm was nol one whit less pro?
nounced and positive a: the end of his Eui pean
career than at thc beginning, but it was more
enllghti ii. d and far more ? fi "? ll from tl." mis?
sionary p dnl of view; which was his point uf
view pretty fre luently. I mean that he under*
;? I far !? ttl r after a few years' ex:
how t i appei i to the European mind which hi
wanted to rear li. and which lt was hla official
duty to rah. He was a bettor Minister as
**.ii ns a 1 uer American.
The truth la so obvious thal ir may ieei i
lang : i it, hut it is well nevertheless,
* u.i.i ?*? it a.^A ... dfaStM it msammm Mr
. Afmaelf, In tho intensity of his paaslon f ^ his
owr people ar.l his 1 .yelty to the Ideas whh.h
wen his anl <ur Inheritance, used to dispute
this. To dispute lt seemed to him a kind of
hoenage be owed t< the ila*-, it served no ither
Important purp ie. ii* nev r misled hla hearer*,
rii.r misled himself for more than a m iment.
Indeed, I will venture to say th il tl Ugh he
had a trained mind, argument was never his
strong point, uni I to tl -?
l>uaiin.-s . r ma'i. i-.s of law In which he wai an
expert His perceptions were keen; and he bad
a pow?-r of absorbing as well ai knowl?
edge. Tin- delicacy of hi- ? wai aim..st
feminine; a word which, with referen ?? to this
subject, I use as a superlative, You
praise any man's perceptions nu.iv highly than
by saying they ar- feminine. He had thal in?
tuitive stn*-.- Of the truth >.f thi:,,r.- wi
clever w iman h live ls need
li .- \ ??!? knew ri soi n a ti i -.-.
clever? A i vs of pared a i goes wita
these shmlnK qualities of mind, nnd that alsj
Mr. Phelps had. Th. v ar.- perhaps lees fro*
quently accompanied by i logl il |
handling the 1 ' ? v.-ryday III
politics, Not only the Imagination but th. ?
tloni affect those strict and strictly Intellectual
processes which We ? ail logli ll. Bi ld ?n are the
twa natur-a combined. The woman may be, f >r
exampi--, a mnthematli lan I ? ry thorough
<.ra-. lt does not tull ".' thal ihe win apply
lier Mathematica to the atTairs of practical life.
Mr. Phelps, who managed a great property
erith JudgttM ni arel luccees,"
lawyer, gnd wh . WI it h Ole to take hln H"?t
upon the Judicial bench to which a Dover
"-apposite politic! had i p] dnted him, used t. al
low himself in hla Idler m linen ts the privilege
of drawing conclusions for which his premises
supplied no logical warrant. He had the mosi
lively aenrrtbllltleH. Arouse them and argument
was thrown away oh hun. He preferred lo be
true not only te bl c rnvtctl -ns but to hi I
inga; which I for. are think a beautiful tl
character.
Had he ever an enemy? 1 kn.,w not; but be
had opponents who thought it fair politics?and
for aupht I know lt may hav- laen "practical"
politics?to find matter for rather feeble pleas?
antries In what tiiey thought Mr. Phelps's per*
?ona! peculiarities. He did n t cul his hair to
euit these critics, and he h.. far swerved fr ,m
his fidelity to the principles of th<- Am
Constitution as to wear a r<-d necktie. They
were not satisfied with his manner. He lacked
something of the genial ruffianism of thc Bow
ery barro*.rna. and never hud lr ocenrred to him
that refinement was inconsistent with Repub?
licanism. It must 'n. | that Ire had c
true minimini of manner, which was bul the
outward expression of his refinement of nature
anJ of thought ir be was fastidious iii d
was bsennse be was Individual; hs wore what
pleased hil.", and did Dot retrain fr cn Wearing lt
because it did not ooma np to the stendal I set
by a New-York hsch-driver, Mis personal tunic
departed from goans of the conventional ?
ards common!** rope, gi w-ti as
from th. sf America But I never heard that
li. Europe it was matter of comment, Thc best
society of Ihe I- ipltals ls I
acting timm thar of Mew-York; tskes mot" lib?
erties aa i all ure i ire; ai I d ? I dei ply
c.nern Itself a'.eiit the color of a mnn'i
or the mat. rial of his Jackets. Still legs Would
lt b- likely to infe-r thru freedom of ch
auch detail* Implied any want of strength of
character.
Mr. Phelpa'B memory ls In no Mad of t> nil
moiik-s. and I do not mein what I am going t,,
aay as a testimony. But I may remark, f ,r
m..re reaa.ns than one. that the Bowery esti?
mate can hardly be eonsci lt. Mu eggs ,,f u i?an
who early wea and retain--1 lo th" ?.nd the re?
gard of Prll Uak Ile. If any'., dy, ki -w
? man when h.- ptg kim N < small part of the
succeBB of his life's work hu been due to hla
knowledge of men. Illa Judgment of them came
ns near as anybody'e to the unerring. If you
Practical Results?13 Years' Work
EIGHTEEN MILLION ONE HUNDRED AND EIOHTT
THOUSAND DOLLARS ALREADY PAID To
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
Porty million eolian already rnv*! livin*- poller '
*r? liv rcluetlan of rr***n'""?i"- Blghty Thnii*..-in.l |
Member*, Two Hundred ni-.-i sixtv Mr,n,,n Dollan Intnir
.-:-,. i-i fores. Thras Hllllon gil Hundred Thousand
Sprplui Ressrva- Enwrgancy Pend. Moro than Maty
MJIII'.'ii l".Uar? new busttMSa far tba year 1S03. Tv-s? ar.
n few practical results already r.-cerded lo the credit uf
the
VL'TL'AL RESERVE FUND LIPE ASSOCIATION.
i: i: HARPER Preal ? at
Hom* Office. 8b I'aik Hov. .'.'. V.
Sand far elrealara arid rate*.
asked bim to-day whether Mr. Phelps's tr -
pr Valli:
tern ir. Berlin, he certainly could nol tell you.
But Isa would t<li you thal he wan a strong man
and a capable Minister, with whom he had
, cd ii uch business on a bas)
torj to b t*i parties; who bad served his own
country ai 1 been respected and loved by thc
- whom he liv.-d; and by none more
than iv ti,- l- ri Chan. Ilor himself. All this
and r.i ire is known In Berlin, t.'tr I do nol take
ll a! si .-..t.i har..!. I know on whal t< rmi t Intl
Mr. Phelps lived n-t with Prince Bismarck
only bul with the whole family. I have seen
them In Berlin and in n im-burg. "''''"'? ' ur M i
later spen! one season while Princess Bismarck
was there.
Then, as before and since, Mr. Phelps was an
invalid, and p added to the affectionate regard
we all h..re him to iee ti"- courage and sweet?
ness with Walch h.- endured the bitter physical
i which besel him, Fortitude li an i li li
ble thing, ' Irable of all In a delicate
frame with a supersensitive nervous organisa?
tion. There were times when hil surgeoni
physicians gave him lilt!.- hope; never thal I
saw- ur ev. r heard of did they disturb the cheer?
ful serenity with which he faced pain and ex?
haustion and the rr spi tl of near death.
I hav aald much m ire than I Intended about
the personal qualities and character of this ad?
mirable American, bul T Iel ll stand though ir
obliges me t i pass over In a sentence cr two ii ??
really distinguished diplomatic career by which
he has le.i a nam- In Europe. That i? kr "ai-;
th.- results of it are known; they ar- recorded
In the archives of the Htute Department al
Wash In gi .n. and also In Berlin, where the
..ry of his tact, his mastery of his sn!.}. Pta, his
flexibility of method, coupled with an unflln h
inn firmness of purpose, li ' ' ned lo the
Oerman Ministers and the ,.;ncial world gi
ally, wit" whom be w.ls p ? mm ii In c urta ?*. Il
la r membered of him nls.. that when !.?? had
an ond ti. rain he si metlmes stepped outside i t
thc diplomatic groove. He was adventurous. In?
ventive, r'-ady f >r emergencies, and capable of
dealing with them in unexpected ways The
bureaucrat perhaps shook his head; -he keeps
' id in order to shake lt, and he is sis lys
shocked by a neglect of the c.invent! mal, N ??
Prince Bismarck cr Count Herbert Bismarck,
r* whom in their time have done stan I
things, with hut Flight deference t i hu
ptloni of etiquette, They llk.-l Mr. P
tin- li,-tier f.r Ids , lependence
the artificial restraints Ly which wt ike
Ivei t ? !"? fettei I
Al- igether, be has l"ft hla mark lu Berl
many worl le of that hug . I
capital toward which all Germany i
some ree) ts lt ls for o Minister ..r Ami
d r .ri" of the m..at trying nf all European
T ? have I pen I fwur yearn tl.ere ai 1 t i
leave behind him a reputation for probity, for
f .ree of ch iracter, for s-'ci ii us end tn ?-. I
. ;?" i il kind ? f ability ?-M had
usually acquires by the long tra I ira
whlch ar?* wai I ' ti
i . sn American?this is a high achievement
this and tie.r<> ls t.. 1" aald of afr Phelps, and
whei l: Iris been s..'I lhere remains a tri!- ;:?
I kind whl
who kiitw bim would offer atlll more gladly. ll
la nol pel
like t ? say, bul I do nol arrlter
?bo knew bim c >ul I ppress
avowal of th.- deep , -
spired Even ,-i j iun Hart may lay his u
on tbe gravi f a tai nd honored fi
???????
THE IV AS I> Ell Eli loo hs FOR I ROOM.
LOST IN TIM: WILDE! - AND
BT " HE "1 RIVAT U wvnr ??
"Tou ' ? rent ?" said the
- ? .
? V", ?'.r. I 'aye." answered tl
rich? ur. italie, slr "
T* ?? W nderer f red waarl!) for bi id b. en
?
"Now Ihen . t r." p I
the d ? ir of a I ill ' ? lro un and v. in l Iv r
tmtnster Abb y,
"there eir, ts a room for you; a
slr, but .i roomy corni >rtatx room, ali foi
a 'ali I
"I'm afral! lt ' enough," bu
?
thal lt a ? twenty-first room i
fume .
tia- afb ri!'..,n
"La, utr, not Mg eno -. 'ow
I lt L ? any blggei ' 'all li v..! .
slr Tia la ? >?? -i-l'-n in U .t 'ul lt, rt.-. I
[b, slr. Hi
iit an ? ?? ? ??.'-. : "? a ... all ?Ith his feel
Hi 'a i' ne t . th.
" I ? -. ? :. "
"Bul I'm n'l d .," i
rer In an ..
"I'm furry. slr. I he re one other i I h( re,
? : i? ? pull I open thi -i >or if I
li g largi i "Thli bi ii hue mom,
tl i an bi'. - li. a?prlvati ? wth!"
: re w open thi >r leading to tl
a* If i-h" wera wret
of all th* Capulet "Vu Bee, *ir a private
bawth. I ai
? ? ? , ? i maka t. ? .? ??
Hut," a ? ? - , ni
la rented to a young gent eman He
. -. m.- rina, but I la |
? , tl . The Wand, rer i
around. Ther( were I "ir I'.irs <.f trouaera pread
n the i" I with Immacuiat ? a .
: r on a I
"Perbai . ' i,- n ni .?? .. "I ila young .
? n iw "
?'La, ri . ' apn id 'em out aa th< ?>? e w't wrinkle,
rlr. ll. '? .? vi ry parti i ar \ ouni in, In*
Hi- -? ma . - ta- appeara t i t." well s-'i". I. | "
wt nt 'ai the Waiii'-r. i um I a to iii." bli mil I
Ir tu tr,.- remark ible exhibit
"Ai. i thea* ar. not ail, Blr; Indei !, no. Seven
. Bli ' Sin- pulled open a drawer ..f the bu*
lr." She Weat in I ?) the
? -. m it er.! openi I . wardrobe. "Three 'er* twelve,
Blr." She turned and iwept her eye around th.
hooka "' >ne bani ? n, slr il- a
young g. father li rich."
??\ , floul ? Thlrt( en, you - iv? But the
gentleman la out, I t..k- lt?" i lld the Wanderer,
"'ih . -i redd
"lr. Bee? being oul :
al .i wedding, I mean, of i urse"
"(iii, yea, air; certainly, .-lr Fourteen altogether,
*ir Ard perhaps soma al tha tallowa being
i can'l tell, air."
"Well," aald thi wanderer, turning from tbe
wlldei' trouaei . el me
know ard I will h<" yan again aboul tha i
lt .h..---'I't requii ? a iran to move mj trouaera; but
I think I'd Uki rh" rani] "
"Very ph laant, *lr. And. co.,], rdr Arid tba <?
? ir, aaaa, -ir Ar,d iii*- private bawth, cir.
Voa doo'i prct privett ba wt na everywhere, -..r.
Oood dav, -ir"
Ob i ' ? ?. . ... ,, ... .k t -i 11 .r"' rylng a
h ix v. ? ilni I trie: ?? r
lill: OXLT BORN KtXG IX EUROPK.
Vrrtm Th.- st jain.*- Budget,
Yesterday Alfonso XIII of Beela celebrated hla
eighth birthday. Bl Nino having come Into ti."
waihi on th?- i:th of May, MM Ile i* tbs one aovtr
elgn in Europe who is a bom kin*, for hie. father
(iii I Bis months i-efor- hi* only aon saw tba light.
Moreover, he can claim t.> be g **->iitnry bachelor
among rh.- crowned heada of tbs Continent. Brief
a* baa been hi* reiicn, h.. ha* nut eBfufifd troublea:
for delicate health haa mort- than on. e lineal,,,. I
ta cul chun hi* career, and political anxieties ol
which h.- ii happily a* ai . have har?
assed bia devoted mather Tba !>?>.. according to
all who hara come Into contact with him, li
Inti niit'-nt ur i high-spirited. They i. Il a n .r\ of i
dan." al St Silm-i ian whi re His M.lji a T -, ta.,* fl
Kt'-at fancy to u pu.rtti'-r of his own ny:,, nnd tha
yum,; Uly innocently offered her check for a royal
Balm.-. AlfonuM, however, proudly Stepped beck,
atretched out hla hand for her to kian and ex?
claimed, "I arn your King."
NOTES FROM LONDON
UR ASQUITH AS A COLLECTIVIST?THI
D] !AY OP THK INDIVIDUAL?PRAC?
TICAL BUOOE8TIONS POR A HAIL
BERVICB?MR JUSTICE
WRIGHT oN" LORD
Cl ILERIDOE.
I. md . .'
Mr. ' tl supplcmi ?'? ? ls
howa ht- well the twlsl whleh Boclailam
gives t . the mind of a man whose natural bent
ls toward Justice. During thc sink", the L n
,' ,, impr .'??? 1 Cab C impany had t tki n on f ur
new drivers mr mneeted with the Union, whl ii
i . ut iii iii- ;r old staff. Wh' ti Mr. As?
quith gave his original award, one of hla atlpu
la:i..i-.H required Hi" uni misti ta work ai li il ly
with the Independent drlv rs, to whom they
amiably apply the nam.' "blacklegs"; and that
pleb ?'?? .* ah mid cease. Thc men accept! ;
derisions and pledged tl ' es to abide by the
nf the award Bul the uni iis! drlvi ra ! i
th" employ of t*,I-^ company on finding ti il "^
:.*"! loyally by th" four mi
? t" their relief when their own men de
- -'? I them, forthwith r-rrn-k nnd pickett I the
yard. Th" unionists simply refused to r
work till the f.-ur n n-unl I b ti dls
The owners appealed I Mr Asquith. The pl k
sting was too clearly In violation of the award to
be dlsputi 1. and h.- ordered Its discontlnuui
Ak t.i iii.- contlnui 1 employment of non-unlon
ii took Mme I ? e mslder. Plnslly he d<
"Tiiat th.- old drivers are to be reinsl il
ai l so far as, ti:- number I cabs available
allowa In other words, Ihe old 'lr'.' i
have a pref rentl fi enl
?nu rs."
What haa become of Mr Asquith's iel
Just! ?<? and .>f the h >n it ibis obligation "f the
owners t., the men a faged Ihetni
si much ri?.k .and in very didi -ult clrcumsta
Mr. Asquith h is srrapped up hla true m
hi skilful phrases, bul his tra- meaning ls thal
? the number of nly equal *t ? the
nu tiber of drivers all the old lt
re to be taken ba. k, ? r< i all r'. nen -..
til" non-strikers, are t. be lunn l adrift Var.
.'.ly. tin- mar IgeTS Of thll fl # ?(
? nt view of their rei They
conformed to thia extraordinary edict, bul
1. .ugh! f iur new cabs In > ? ler I
new ''.rivers with the Wi ri; t i ...
entitled. I don't donni ti: it Mr. Asquith In hln
private spaclty would have i, but
as arbitrator In a trade difficult) i-? prep
- In favor ol the nen ar- irresistible. T
Liviam ha*.
The In livid tal In this c runtry I
His rig] ?
f -r sui ii righi ?
J .-trikerK relates thal ????
went before ' '
put'to them was
... ? ?
... ? that I
lepended
r: : in a -i the wli 11
I that i
... . ?
ri in,j utatl
.aqulth of I
iiay thal ? ms of policy now I
rotes Not i ' - I I I
of the . "
t, or even un tl
f tba safety ol
it on a '
Ton Bee ll ' I Budget ol
i Harcourt Just as i ' I
qultb's attitude ? ? ? I
? ?
I
ll" la
I
of 1
. ....
... ? at
if it is a
?
*? .uld
: ?'
? ? ?? .
?
t.?fur thal
rtlr
ly who dan
he de dared In hi ? I
he cannot
:? rest I ;-'
the I m ci. r That H an i
ancient and \ ulgar preju Ile* The
f ip If ? ? -... i wll
? d' r him
true Hrit. -I iv bound lo ?
leli Slr V
i :? i . , and an Ami ri an *? l
ii
go i ?? ? .
but the C '
Bp. aklng, In Ihe HIk!i Court
tia-ir pr ?!? -t haa to be 1
t Lord Rosel i large I /I
ji.-rl.il !?'? i--r.iti m, w uld !??? bia Chan ll i of th ?
In v j t - * ? ? ? and Ca
I shoul i i lo th
A ' I . ?. tlo Si
til ughl for I In th** mat!
rylng. To a very
wh< Iher we ha*, ?? i I set
h imetl ? . i l s. rvlc ? and ? i Lad
one, There ii" i n .ugh fas! ahlpa t ? m ih
a. rvlce continu uisly exe. ... t ,.
pilbil ? avail then
I'. . ? : ? ;, 'lt'..
' ' i thal en I, I will tah
last vs.-- k ai ? \.itn;.l"?i
Laal week, ii re of the fa leal ships on tl
1 iiitlc, belonging lo five dlffereni i .mp i li
ii ports f..- Ni .-. v irk. The) wen I
North Oerman Lloyd Havel, thc White Btai
tonic, the Hamburg Vmertcan Augusta V\
Ihe American Parts in 1 the I !ui ti I bu. ml i
The Hav. l an 1 Teutonic lefl on Wi di
sra both due lo arrive in iii" foil ,wli . Wi
day. Th- Augui t 1 Vi -tari i hit on Kr! Iny, nnd
will presumably arrive on the f llowlng Prid.i
Parla and I.'.nani i I fl n the H ittir i ly
a.. I ire likely to reach New* York together Fri Jay
evening or Saturday morning The Teuton!
Lucanta carry all mails nol specially a I In
Bul aa the two Wednesday ships may be ex|
-.e together, and the three Prtdsy and Sal
urday ships nearly together, thr.mi of the five
?allinga er.', for mall i irrj I
Th.- r.inrn service from New Vak li similar.
ThU we.k. i.:i ih" other hind, there li i. , |
mall tm friday. Th" North Oerman Trav.
ti..- White Star Bril ii tile sid Wednesday, n< it!,- r
of ihcrn fn*t. Th- Hamburg-Am rican Norman*
pla, nailing Prtdsy, will probably deliver hi r
niall In N"\v Y.irk i. early sa BO. rn hm ber tvvi pred.
seaasora >>n Wednesday. The Cunard Umbrta,
Killlriir Satnrdav. may deliver letten In New*.
V..rk lats the following Saturday, bul nol In time
fur tho outgoing mall to Europe. Tin- American
? er r.iliiria: the santa day nead nol be men*
lion. 1. Sin- ?-.?iii arrive two or three dsyi i uer
Now lt ls obvious th it this arrangemenl squan?
ders th.- estating m.ill-cnrrylug power "f tba dlf*
f. li.t linea. Why nh..uld tw.t al ?vv SblpS, th
Trave and Britannic, monopolize the mall gervtOS
from Saturday to Friday! When the White btur
Company run." a Hew "hip. why ihould not the
N'.irrh Oerman Ll I lng the aan laj I
:i f ial one, u d vi -ven i? When the <'
; ,;' from Soul
Lu. mia or Campania ited to leave Liv?
erpool? What li gained by having two slow
. on on ? da) an l two fast i hips "ri another?
1 if there la any i mies sh mid
nut ag ? ives t" remedy thia
! fault, the public is n I aware of lt. The public
pays .ra- ? : Tying an I
it might not 1 ml 1 be
???-. i
Thi ? ' '? '">
Nev -York. We tsed t i be told thal ti i
i | this, 1 ut ll ls n ?-.'. ar"- ? ?? i that the
two rf thi
t ll In I
i; i rai ii rs - mn. Bul the <
i iii-1 last Satur ' ' : m., and ftei
;' taually mea ti . '
I -. f , a. ',. le ?: iy y of maila In L >n
ln th ? ' ?'? iturd iy ship, a delay of
la , da yt, M ii d iy ir; itead of Sal Nor ll
II o'clock i I be 9, or i ven
7 .'clock ntl ??" 'iv, ry la d tubtful. Th t
lat** a ? con ven
|. !? .? ,,- j i . ? rs. If th of a few hun
,!;- i | - ii carly i li lng bo a sufll I ni
r of two
hundr 1 millions :" people from onetotwoor
three days, thei ls no mon to be said. Butlfthat
h.- ti:" true reason, I thlnh t ought 1
aa th ? 'ment "f all
?I rw or all
vi-- ahall know whether the public have any
?
I ho pt ? ? ?' 'iii; ? '.va ' ?-? rj
; ? . ill.
Mr. Justice Wright, a v ry I tn in,
? liing tin t*rai I Jury at li- ? I
of Lord Col : : ? ? Very early In life I
a prl irgfi i sith murder. So powerful
was I thal the Judge adj run
c iiirt '.r i quarter cf an !? mr to give the Jury
ti ? ?? ? ? re .vi r from ti'"- effect of this eloquen ??-.
The n I not eta ted. O
?hi* t ai and tl
the i il mrnrni i i asked for .ift--r
li in ii '?'? i Hastings
precedent 1*
] tn iy be i til be :;?> rare
? it, .,r the nt ? qual I
M Brtgl ? pal l i.'.r i ? M- Brtgl I
t > me ? he had
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your ri in hi- lui .
tl i boat Jual og
Bh .re, for then ? ll - ?, ur ?? .'? ii with
. ia . inn If ...a ria i fi ci : r.neaa Bli I
qulcki idy day
.a a light mi t li iii ind ifter a henvy
rain, when ii;- w it. i n -ni- .. the
i lui No other kin I rfc ra to the city
man ao many advantagi lil- i-Ii.-.ii>. lt ta
i' ii . selling and thi fl h are In t tt al numbera
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REFERRED TO Titi OBtGtA ll. DOi ' V/vr
Kr..n. Ti,- U bi hu- ton P I
Representative Urady, .if North Carolin . la i
ty ile
ry incl lil.
Nat L-l.;; ai; , ho ,, . ,11 I,
ina une "i i hi youl [ men a lio are ippol led
to vv.ii' mi member*, he requested him to get a
c >pj "t the book runl lining Hie i fer of
ll mTal i'i ? I. about any men on th.- ni-.t who "t
ti mpta t" haul 'h.wu th- American Hag.
Tha ci.-ri< i..y..ii t.. aeurch for the liook, running
Ivea ol ii torlea I volumea, groping In dusty
cornera, and turning over pages ..f ?.?.-.ir bistoriea
that would I.- Mk. i\ to contain n eopy ? r* I i i '? i
i'm.liv. ufter apen.Ung half an h.air lu unavailing t
"ll Ch, ll" fal ! ( \| . . , ,. ,
"I can't find li r*ier? la hm , na place win ri
I know \-i ii i .in rind ii "
? Where la thal
"la Ih h.li a . alum on !' ll ave.,
I'v an ii the ilnnl lu a frame hine'.
up fi r ti,,- In pectlon ol the oubllc."
"In Ulank'a aaloon, eh?" echoed Mr. Cm.ly, flx
Ing hli ayes sharply on Ike young man. ''Well,
(?ir, I naver ito Into a saloon, lt strikes me, yoiniK
mnn, that y.ui know moro about high-grade Whiakoy
than yuu do ubuul Utera turu."
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Always full weight,
Always the same in quality,
Always reasonable in price,
Always a favorite where once tried.
Cleveland's
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(Copyright.*
TOPICS TX PARIS.
A aENERAL'8 CRITICISM3 OP HM FEL*
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THBT ItAMB A PT. .UM IV Tlir" cMAMnER
I M-HI'.N' IN * IC "?'?' ' FKBLr
[KO TOWARD DB LBMCPS
Paris, Juna - >.
Ail r;.. 'I i'I 'n SS !' rn ?
? . Marquis de <? I ' :' '? P< wi,:> I'"-r,rl
?hts that i. iv- t
upon bis character In the Cl imber and In the
t at ri st ? In ? bis r rum
i by 1 ? ut ?' thal he win
? . n tl ?- -.v. ita ever 11 my of tl
I . ul, contenting ' erith call*
- War t . think him, as
: , imrade, for having io warmly def led
T ? Minister
? | deal of i redll for so d Ins: for altl
> ia very popular arith the boure I
? ...- .rid he li Hally di diked by
II >w generals, wh i not only lilm of
having made fr" > use >f the press In I
own Ki .rv ? ' ? ant, tale
ri riv resent the i ?? er In n hi "r* '1
t of thi ? ? '. m< ntally in l physl
-? illy, in til" . .nfl lentlal Iel
? ? when Ihe latter wag
? ? p ... ? ?
-. and as Prim '
' ? - M irquta i
ts ft
I enough-1
bo that
the i I of the
one. The
a is now e Jnvolv
rtlcles h.iv., r -
Igaro"
i thea
? -Htii 'alllfet's d"- ?
I of tl
i . ?
r In ? Ulcered1
between thei
I In < fet's report ?
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. . . I. Ol
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- ? ted trlotlc. tr.iltorou . -
? by P
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Prlt , and bis i
? - w ia on
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? ? .-ml t.
ths liter. Or I was
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' to Im*
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? - ? - i. ? Taking up
i ,
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ler the |
"Pl . I ' .' v i ?? .
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f Mr at 1 Mrs. iii ? Isl -.? he ls
- v time that t
[t ls n ...
"opposed
h In
way leaders for I
ii impr
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the g public sci England
If thi re ls one g
th pre -cpl an I
Hers to ii ii their
? mIv Iii ].. rt- t trim, and 1
ince, of hoi
I ls ceri ? mt of all Fri nch
I ?'. th ? M irqul t i ? Oalllfet, whoas
? ire--I- i: ?? jare
in ic,... gallanti -. and i
A verj ? mi and el gantly drei
? ?'n;: mainly of ladles belonging to "I t
reit.- finance" and "la grands Industrie," gs
hey ar call ii re, ? ; it the Church of
he Mndelelm yeal rdaj 'ti the occasion of the
ridui ;; ? new i Abbe Hen g, ?
nld.ii . ? 'i . .a". "T eris:, eratic nppi arance, who
? cur.', the VI ml de Ri boure.
["ho \ li . ? am lea of rids wi H-kn iwn metropolitan
ii-.mun.-nt hive li en verj strange. A church of
h.- M.id.-i.-iii" existed on Ita preaent Bite as far
us the thirteenth century, bul the present
dates from the reign nf King Louis XV.
During Hie revolution i f 17M lt was used as the
:.erv of th" Theatre Fran*
raise. Later cn lt lu". pie of the God
? R ? ? n, and, during tho Empire, a "Tem*
?le of Glory," bein-* only recon "era;",! as a
huron after tho Reatoratl m. Twa. . r its recb rs
lave mel violent death. ('ric was massacred
lurln the gr .r revolution a hundred years ago,
-.-lille the other was sh. t by the Communists In
lil, together with the Archbishop of Parla. Ths
its i- i ir died fr.>rn shock brought on i.y the
? vt nt dynamite outrage perpetrated by an An*
ir iiint al the entrance of the church, in polnl
il u.alth tin- Ma lelel I only third or fourth
?i rank among the Parisian churches, the richest
indoubtedly bi ng Ihe Church of st. Augustin,
vhicii shares with tbe Madeleine the attendance
r the leaden of Ihe Industrial tnd financial
vi.rld here Th.- old url'!."Tm y wnshlpa for the
nos! part In tbs Church ... Clotilda, which can
iniml of the mOSl Linc blooded curiKn-K'ltl 'ii Of
it.y church In Frame, tint which lacks* th" m;i
"tlal prosperity of the above- mentioned pl Mea of
rorsbip. Its financial condition i><-it?*r on u par
rith thal of tire Inhabitants of tba noble Faa*
Hiinir it win dpubtlesa astonish many people
a learn that 11:<- smalleal aad the po treal -.urii-i:
t thc entire metropolis ls that of th ? Cathe li il ? f
(flirt Daine. Aa u ganami mic it is deaerted, the
mly time of the yoar when I have ?een lt In any
.ay crowded, being during Lent, wilta tba im*
mense throngs that -rather tn hear tho principal
pnii-ir orat m ? ti:- dav would convey tbe tm*
; i .:i 'iiii. ir ia tbe parish chur.-h uf all tbe
parishes t I
It ls tim racteristle of the warm-hearted
an 1 f r-.'i-, of the avi rag Fr?n. hman
that rd a w.rl ol .'iii have been
raised anywhen against l nt by th" Sues
Csnal Company .! -.ii -var te of nbiut
124.000 to th ps family, even th -whoas
entire fortui i j had bi ?- I up in the
their
satisfaction at I ' pro*
? rvs th-lr lllu - " .vant
ndlng all rei trary tko
De Lesa I actually I nredu I top ?arr,
?. i thi lr situ itl in was n Not
Ih Ferd '. nepg
? l In the Sues Canal Compai jr, bat eveg
his f- td te him
personally by# the company, it I ney
.that he iii ? tad J
by th ? liq ? ? th t P iptcy.
t:..- only r -- eaJ
" the Count ea ..vr.od
in the Avenue le la
i ? . rca ol
. \;..-; e than of < i figed
up r . tie- v -rv hilt beal !??--. V, Ith I 'of
averting all dang ' n -A
the Count, the silos by tko
Suez Co ivor of the
(? .uni thirl chll ir- ri of tko
Count Th- eldest two of th ? ibarlos ami
Of
chll Iren ? f th< tee* do
I.--- ? - rvtngstn I I
shoes
. dis*
? m In the Parisian pn I
tt,- r nd. nt n their father
M- in
?;- ii i 11] i Frenchm tn. n >w in his
rt
? r
wr,1 leaveaf.tr bed He pan no
? walk, i:- v ?- a
. hla
ti'-- era, eire I
a tary ref
[laving ' '
time, ?
?
lay ? hla ri ry, an 1 whi n I h. ; r - --"l
richly Btibsl li/. 1 by the Pat i IO
neveri I referring to him as "th* **'
I - H
e, nol il ' te, can say with .'?
? of eertltu I at
?-!:.-? r even Inkling fl - that
have ..-.?? rtaki ni 'h irlee. At
ny rate, 1 is given no ?'. and
, ? pe 'hat his
? rand l - to its pn tent ? tn*
n .lent state In bu h .t man ? ? 1
. ii I rt c.v.
?' M. le L -at
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nople, waa il me time ot i.,j life i very popular
Parisian U iring
I his entire educat
. ? iff
c di' g ? He -a - - the young f M t
A rf. thi founder of tts
fr m
\ he doubt).
ag
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I
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Pa ba, but ? in rc
? .
authorities at C ph N 1
in 1 he was w at im .-e
him of having pl tte I to desi i life I il
pecul ' ? ? eath
f Achmed 1 ,
tO tlM
thr. ne : I I from tho rr cn.
hs 1 be. Kilo
.
wi-d ara of th list, and ta
was fond of sh .wing
I bl the liroies
. : lt
f.T TUE BMBRAl E nf \\ OCTOPUS.
Kr int T ie Cincinnati En |ulr tr.
"Only one who has ever expi I aces
vt an octopua can have iny ld a of them."
1" ll n'Kii.- "1 waa bat
i '. t
in (ouch ?
'
?ri you ar" r mj
' i , m rf.il ..;>!..? i
For the Di.- i -. my ..anger.
i ? is but a sh rt re, and
'
t ? i hem for a dee
effort t . pull the --a ra mater out : i tbs Banda I
? .- ,iu to
cnclr i l i wer
ted M> fri ada respon or 1 arould
* w mlnut. - my str.-nt-.h
v ia !'? ar!\ .- :.-? TV ' W.lt-r IRI IM
tbej C ill see 'he OCtOpUB | ttOkOI
of i cutlass and I wa wai
C it tur - ! m 1 iv., ivar. J .1US
uf his body to ths end of his I t tenta .?.*."
DBPEBDA ? ?'? TBE AMOUNT,
Fr -"a The Indiana
i .: gsport"-Do voa tl
ick?
i'
touch a
BVIDENl r OF FAITH.
. i urnal
"Oumfoi i I a tru Chria .ir. didn't
"Hin rel itlvea aeemi I to thin* They
burled i i'n arith a collar or."
CLEA.R8 OtTT
Bed Bugs. Flies.
Cockroaches,
ANTS, BKKTLE&. WATERBl'Oa, UHMAJtkm
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