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TRESS; THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1004 12 THE BURLINGTON WOOING AT BERING STRAITS Quaint and Amusing Customs in the North. IIimt the Nnllie Hollo of Any Settle ment Mdoels llrr lliilinml Mmii moil often S; ihiii; mniiH ulth C,,,,),! Mi- Int cry ,m M iirrlini Mile nf Straits. N'rfs cntne to mf the ether day "ilH . 1,1 e ,.l,n.U CIS 1 llon't ll'ltlbt i, .n.i ii.r nii'iir adventures and i Imlrmnn Mint old 7ohin:i. till- lllllinll I'-Hllt pntctlt'ltc W I" dead. SIIVS IVIllllllop Tn knril In the Ho-ton Ti nil ripl . To ho rum It was r( it t r time lor lilm to i ". fur i - liis been shrowdtv -nil'. "There's mote, than one reason whv in. '11 don't b'mw old ,!i i'.it'in Slheiia." ot Knliai-ra. had . scnp',1 tlu life Mini Unlf" of IliH COIU lMtrkit" -en long in spite "1 tho envy Liwt wrnlth brings, Ih.il it scorned as 11 ho mm-lr i.i.i -i ennd whllo longer. Mon-over K'.ii'it ' v fortuni!" beyond inn' v.'f lilu tn 1 1 "f the wilil north. In f bias ...,lni.' Hv this I iilr.iti tli.it J-e had 1.111 .1 -.1,141" V l'i, mill Hi-"' - 1 i In! ,-i, ISiivniiV ,i . ,r i' - : i r i . 1 1'. i 'i t-ivvi ii t t roin tl.. ,. -In ,1.1V. UMl til" 1. ill- nr.iT usk' 1VIVPS lift 5 i count' ) Ii1 t . . nt fnr Inn inugcvii.v. mi Mi ii i In i i' 'I tin mi' ntnl thosn , irn w a- good .1 wife is .mil, I Ii.im Ninth nr South. , i. tl,,n had nvod Ins life nf Hi" . -nKiii more than I, ,i,iv l.'it hiT loril. night or li..f vv.it, hf'il ' vo wa over on i fur his good Knlinrr.i was I up.- In. did not have mure . r tit, mnnm r of. tin- men of v ten he moiled with n twinkle . it, it lio Kid tumble tinimli us It ins. T erti ip - lie twinkle I" foirci! to 1 1lls run' nil 1 ' 3,,-m bet i .i-l I' . lie will, j ..I i-,, '! I ' lic.i ity, In t . i . l"i'"Uni ' Mi" f nv'ii in 1 '-.ii 1 ml.' inn h" might to I'll d "f Mil li 1" itx . -tv i.i. I;. i was oldnrlv and miifnl .it. Mm .i ml I rnto i ., tin game of personal .nlil Ii.im given Kohnrra . . Mini won nut nt any :irt hl''tttr"i vn'iliii t" i V, t(i look Pill urli.i 1-er liusl.it Vm. il.il not ln'i'il to Know ht ,l," H -: nil vou h.nl to lo ,i K.Mi.ii n. ,it iinlv U"pr lif" Vintipo nml 1 in or.lvr hnl .Mio iittotnlfil jrtttlifnll'' .i '1 f'ni willy 1 nulnro. 'I'li'T" w:i .in rxtrnnlvn l.neo lipnl of joiti'lof to l.f InnUtil nttof nml tlio ' , r'l.,r tn be k"pi In Iritn Tlioro wei'f inilin-i trir.,- imrtli t" K.iM Ctir iinil cnpi S"i'd Tot fur-, "tlii'if to Hi" Atu i, tt'-cr fi'i l!ti!-inn t'iKuco ami fatn'V r'..i , n.'lt Sin. ofL'aM7."il voy.iirc to Rt i.Fvironi" IM.Hiil for w-lrilolnin,' iin.l j Svors anil v:i! nluv at l"'f lm-.li in, I'" I fid. with ii'lvh" Winn Hi" wlialitv.' -nui--Cirrnoil tn tt'.-lil" It ' i.... tv.iliv. Iv f--ltmiinl that th" vi'lntrn ot lin-iiui-s lli.it thr tiuli'fatiL-able "M woiiinii lus iloit" J t tllf l.ixl '.D v.-ir- wolll.l "Ollllt up to 2 n, ftw At lo.ist JlimViO of tins;, ill uoil Jnr tht'i" l no motifv th'T". ha-. st.,v..il in Knhn-ra's hnmls-. ami w.i pllf-il up in ti dozen sr.'iit top"kr. nt Imlinn 1'iilnt. f:nird"i.i from the prolrtari.it i,lht ntnl rtn hv titinnlfornii d hut not iin.it'imM voilr.s m th" pny of tin- pnt"ntnli I! will lio Intiirctini; to Jimiii uhnt hi" l"'onn if thlu HUM Storf llllloliE 111" ll'lllKI'V hiv Ki its who itpcd In him aroitnil it Jin.- d,.i;s ihiinl- ;. hill", voidv lo ruMi In riM.I .,'trry aw.iy with sum" of it. lVr 1 P th'i' w.if a dnv nr !,. of wild lnnt. In I doiiht it II Is tn. t'" tlrfin liki ly 1'iit Siiviitm.i avoided tmuM" ntid 'ott i - urn tho .ivt-i.T-ty l.v t ikin,- on a Mintif; lil.-l'tnl or two Imniniliati-l v. 1 snv 'vnn!"ty without lovity for tin 3 .n " run" ni"ar"Kt in d".-"iihiiif an f.sknio r-iivMly on "IthPf Mdr. of tin-j-'ti-iltv. f'H liK'ti nmv "inm ' ml moil liny co and wr im litto, lint tli" fimllv ""tns lo ii for vrr -hn o on irt I n.i ' W'l IlltllV Kskinto ; i , 'W - 1 .11 MiiintrT .1 fluid if rs f 1 1 l,"r ml n,l ik. II , 111. n n u I-' . ' ' , t , Pi, ,:- 1 IV 1 1 1 1.I--1 h. u , i ' n Tr , n .ti- i r !. r ilt .,,.V-l, a ' ! O" 1 op ,1, tin- dm t' -Nmnt l, t 'c ot ! Ip fnr ui r" yiikaii I " Vn, t en tl,. S.i"o Ml I ri l, I ijt In Ih tir is in Mr" w' , flon "I" lli f tn n , i snki" of ti,r II," v. I -" I ' l s s u ii h it" ui h It, rrrli1 ,'T d -i ' , ,sro prl"'. " it""t ;ii"ll ih, t 1 i Hi t 'l,i - 1 i nsl .11 S" ui rr," .imn'iL ,! p ,o,l tf--.f tll'll til. - I. tifold ilth Inns to l,"lo.., oltPI! i. r l"r tor t ho ,,,i '"r,'d fnr nil. not f-ir,l. of 'i nr t '.m , Mr'. ptt a1-: If, h"l ,r p, , i i.i It K not il' r . ri toi il , , tlli'l tlLltl til 11- Il 1 'I,, nl, ill It pU'Il'tl 1 1 rlof,? nut f i r nr hi- til', M', nld '. tn. 1,-irHi" Tl'd''' - r l,lt.'l'..s I l i St ', d tin . f i I ! t v ,1 II,, , r 1 't fiiairs v Ji i.d at 3 -i If v 'at, ,t r i ,.) th" t V ll.ll"! i l.lflCtt Hi tl .id H!-' ill l II-, 1" , m. I ol ( ( , II "I I'll " ndv" ' ud. h is mi h , tin Th Ih" Y.lllk' " .11 v, sh, I ..11 1 i-t h.u ,.,i iw- Mi p . , at.d Willi' ,l ..i, I'otnl mimor'a wh.iT . , s Unit no 1 ,,' fi".v : i ui n Mir wii lil-s !)' il t -in, I up Ka i ' i." .i f, il thr i I rid ' ih ii I. )nrr fli" i ii, Jnr T'liVlllR '' t s ,,, , fort i "hi With , yrt 1 1 "iiii 1 i .pl lip llol'HI'l vhfn thr- si, ropios around I ,d I ,1 III! ll." w int'T- tlu n. and siiiifl.ini. i! I, rin - i, lir. ri tho wh.il iiiori tn f n rnniicll tn ors all ho h is , ,lo IIhi and rrduin i it i motii'V jiriicnrr. vifi tiiinit)'' two ("r tin rnlnt." 1 1 1 i t hr-rf. i.i a aad Mnry Tf tiif fat" ot an Imlinn I'olnt sttmnirr . '.,alnr linnw't to tl,. fh-i-t a "Shn i !"!" It" s,s.v,,d rin. M-ar and housht his tlr'-t Joi" hvlrp: liaopilv Mith h"r all wmt.-r lonw Thi' ii"t t-uiiuiior lm had a sur 'yt'iisful pa.''oti jnd ranif h.u k i.lh tra.lo nod; ' iioukIi to liny hi" ."""ond hiv". ivifo ji ,-nlr two Anions thn artlolo wnn on t ir st.c, .ud trip worn a U"fr nf powdi'r t) ' d a now ii'ppiitlnt" lill" with whoin 'ra''f hanltini ho v.. is rot nvr faoidlar (If 7 , ' ,1P- hrrnn-ht tliw, ,. tin tnp"k -Hid V i il" wlfr iniiiihor nil" aat on tho krp nf poll dor h dpnii'rd thn :irr.iti"inr.nts 'fr th" nun lnif.o of wtfi' n'lmhrr two, pm' dtonmllv fotidlrd tho Invar nf iif T ' nil Rndd"nlv lnnu wnt lh nun rhdn't Skiiow I' wnK '.ml' d and th" hul 3"l itnid; 'In- iron linnp nn Ih" m w krir t'( powor. 'Tin ri. wir i fl.iMi, .i r'rnih and ivl", li.tnihri on" v "i,l up tliKiuMl thr. t 'prl( roof whllo with her went th" pur rl'fisi" prl'"" of wlfo puinhnr two A i lurnhty of wim's, .',rnuir"d an orrl- Jtifr tri (ho rstahllMird "iintntii and tlut.i Ir.c ill'.- at hai-l. i ! wd as h'l, il. is no j, irtiriil.ir nnvnlty run in ii'i-tain din Vt n i- of li" l'ntd Statri. not to liuntinn , r nt'iilv ai-ipiliid liirMyn posis-oritlriiiv.. 1 d tl " nolnhhor-i of i,ut."i Hint arroiji ' str.iitsi cirrv not tho cunvi-rsr nf Ilia jiroposltion lii a way thit mlcht wvll V ik" an old tlinr Mnrtnoi; onon hU ni'B. 'Th it is, a frartlon of a ifr i tin un known poHtrswinn ovnr thoro, nor In tho ntMom unkiiowii ri inniiK tho lvsklmos; nn I" i sa of tho ptrnits. Anionu the f'ltuw In in man of any Importation havo two up ii nr inoir, oiiniiniin folks havo inio, vh lo tli" prolat.irint imul tln'lr offaotu, jnriiiin a svriill(nii ot tinoo nr rnui nr jiuiK. rind htiv a wlfo tocfi'tho". Tin" wlfo MMintiu tho ('how I'liin n. lunv- riit. Ik Kniorallv will tioatnl ami In 7nr,-t iliHtiinci'H hap i khoiI doal tn K,(y tin inntiaKi'inoni in lamiiv iinanoos, ,,s ino.t tho oai-o nf Kolnrra citnl fsl- v.'in.l-.a fin thn Alaskan i.lo thoro aro fow"r In tstiinccs of piui'liiiM' thntujh II linil to lio tin- nistoni laruoly ainont,- thn Pha- Tiians- w) woro alrnoM Invarlahly tho wnlihv man. Tho .tlmumii, as the Itni. Mans parrtod lilm. Is thr, wizard. He 'fiiiintrPK tho Mind and tho lurk for yrw, for a roiislilornliiiii. i iirr.s inn hv strariro Mlii'tiorirK wiion vni- aro pi and troat ynli In all Minis ,,f maul. , ahvai fop a Tri Honir Ih" I-: 1- lino woilth II i ws Jsrroli int., his 1 mds and he liornmcp crotis wives wliicli lin ran buy It It cannot Bt tlicm othPi'wl!i.r. Homo times a Blia mnn hns us many ns ton wives nml It would From ns l( It would nccJ powers of rorci'i-y ot a high order to manned the collection. And yet lovo lias ltn bo ltmlni(B uitioinr the K.iklmo young peo ple much as It does in mora civilized conununltlCH nml in many lnstfincen lirlmts happiness to tho twain, ts In other lamlB. Tho hoys nml girls do not 'wnto lovo letters to one nnothcr for obvious rea sons, but the I'skltno youth sees tlio lady of his ln-iii t homo ft onv tlio KRkltno.cla-) hlrs and tho two rxclwinffo lino tokens. I'lio t;lrl nuiki'S hluhly oniimientcd tobtn' i ii pniioli":) and-iultlena for the hoy 'nml ntelli! .Mill n.mdy tirosenta his Huthln Hollo villi frni-eii K.il llvern and i holio lillu of ih or fat from, thn iittlntiil wlilolt his own piowess ban plain. Th"ti as ('li pid's rlatt f-lnks deeper tho youth kocm to the homo of tho maiden and offers her i ho tinrst (loorskln coat lanoka) whloh his wo.iltli inn buy. If sho miepls thin rind puts il on tlio cntraijeiiiPiit is ro Kard"d as announced, tlio youiiR man downrs tho parents with Mich oods on ii" can procuie, and loads his wlllltiij hilde away. If, on tho other hand, (she refue'? tho nrti ka ho plants lilinsolf by lior hide nnd l-pinaitis tliPto until she Melds, or patlPtn'c rIvps out. llnorally he flKhta it out on this hup If it takos all whiter, and In Hip ami tho clrl Usually ylrlds, hut tint always. Parents npver lntrfero In Ihl.s. Tln v fniimit it mil tlii'insolves In tho - .inip way and It Is tho cUf.toni of the poiintr-.. 11 thoro Is a rival suitor bo comps nnd sits mi the ollvf sldn of her, and it pnsihlp lirinus nioro coods as tho prospn (no dniM-r r,ir tho not.i'otnmUt.iI I'.ithor nml mnthi r. It Is then "up to" tlio iii'st lovor In Imroaso his own offering, for this has niton rinieli welKbt with tho l.iuy. 'rin- datails after all nn- not so far diffoicnt from thn.p In thn ti mperate ZOtlP. Alas for hnv and Rill, or bnis ami Rirl as t!,o r.io may bo. Too often tho fsh.tnian. wlmw wealth seiius to give him the privilege of nverrulini; social ciistinn, swnnps down upon the dovecnto and hoars the nostlltiK nw.iy hy force. in spilo nt her .scratching and lilting, to rim co It's own lslnn. The power of his wealth and itmannv knowledge Is (joiicr ally loo wic.il i or p.irints nr lovrr lo brave, and wenlih comiuers love uvon In (he remote nretn-. in m.itiv lnst.itici-s, ton. the plrl spphis to in." j;, ,n, i ii,,,., j,. Hip ma tii r hut sub mits to tin- will of her parents who sell her as a men' ( laid lo some person nf wialth who InitiKs hrr up otthir for his own wife nr tn sell nipuu to soini one else who becomes smitten ns sh" leai hes inaturltv. Sony, hut Lnlt-habl" withal, is th" story nf lCKar.ih. or Husky as tho whaleman called In r. was hpini; brought up hy a I'niiil llop,- native far a second wife, or fnr s.ile. sh'"- had lipen sold to him hv la-r p.ui-nts, natives of tho Kevahine vtllaRo of tho interior, who ibn .yild her two sisters, She Krow up beautiful, even Horn a. whlto man's point of vIpw .She had fair rosy cheeks nnd wallti.l with i hsht and spilnsy step that v.as f-rai fill The i o.ist IJhklmo bus a wav n' filbm; over Ins own feet that Is no atr.ii'ttv". but th" people of tho In tel ini h.i. the I.i st lo stride of the moun tain' ' i . There v.ot" whit's at I'oint Hope, cm plo.iis i,i the whaling station and M"piat ti rs aniniiR the riativs, and these ton smiKht Husky's hand in honorable nialr. mony when she herein to reach years imilser, tlon. They boRan bidding for her and puttiiiK up tho poods as a Guaranty of cnrifl faith. As the bids lose so did th" prhf, how over, and her lucky owner lay back and hided his tiniP, ilpplariUB that h" i ould not really in.iko up his mind whirh would mako the best biiRbaml fnr the ulrl whllo the bids kept cominK in. Mpaiiwhlh h" was Rotting rich on loans and en dit nn account of Hip wealth which was to mine to him through DiiHk.v, At nil" time thi.e different men thnuRht that th" happiness of possession was soon tn hr- theirs and one even wi nt so far as to iiKier to keep four families of tho iiwm-t's relatives at an annual oxpedi tur" nf fund ami trade Roods to tho vahlP of some $.'..'an. more than many men spend on a wife in civilized lands. If lanky had any choic-p atnonp; all tl-psf suitors no one pver heard her say -o Winn I hoy pleaded with her to state whteli she pifferred her answer was m v.in.ihly a .Miriif: of the shoulders and th" INiiitno word whi'h means practically tin .s.iui" thuiR. "alchoo," ,i sort of Ja- oim '1 low do I know 7" Win!' i passed and sptinii came. The whiles had exhausted their lesoureos in Ih. wav ni offers, tho youns natives wete mil nl th" innninn and lav b.uk, .simply w .ttinc do tlopmciits, and Mill Duaky was unwed, jet sprinR htounht another man whoso fancy lightly turned lo thiniR'nis nf love, and in him Dusky met h' r fau- hrr first fato a; bast. This w a a votniR I'smkio who had bren whal ing and had earned more that, most nn I - for h" had w Intend on tho whaler and bin iiow .iir'iied with iina h stmo of Mi ' '.,,,!' and rniiiii fnppircs dear to 1' ' lai'.iliO , ye. lie came ashore dress ; ,il his iriiiRnilic nc . i swallow-tall i plan h.ii, and oarriUR a I.ii-ro led 'ollnn iimhralla raised over his head, tip In -it o'T seen at I'olnt Hope This ex ' tinneiit nf tho latest fashions was ton , much lor Husky and when he ntVered all 1 1 In- trade Roods he had (arind her sus ceptible owner Rave m and sl-c was de cl.tied his. Th" two started north en a bridal tour. Roiia: alonR the enast with u party of natives ami citrrylriK no other tent than tin inttnn umbrella. At Capo I.isbijrn. hoi a of pi'l'tii t n.'il Ralei-, the iinibrolli lodci turned Inside out and blew away, tii" husband fi.intlcally chasaiR it ripped Ha- swnllow-t'jll coat up the biyek. nnd lln , nvioils native:- behind Ins buck t . .it. 1 the phiR hat with much nnsremly violence. This misfortune and tho ricli- ule in which me uuiortunio swain was Mibje. ted louleil Husky's ardor and, dis Riiit'd with married life, sie went buck I'mnt Hope and was aRiiln on sale at her formi r home. Husky bad thro? hus bands f t i- this and divd, weary of life, It lb. I nhke manied life In tho temperate zomi where all thinirs', as we well know, run smoothly, Eskimo inatrimoney has Its tips nnd downs nnd thoi;e eotno tunes when tho wlfo doubtK her husband's love. whn thorp doubts becorrm too inhlstent she runs away, knowing well that If the huKhand wishes bur back he will run iftcr lnr, for such is tho custom. If lm dops. and she wishes to. shn nlIoK him to catch her after n. period ot uncertainty, nn 'I she returns ti th IrIoo wall satls fn d in this proof of Ins onduiinir affec tion. If not, thn pretended runaway bo- i nines a leal one and aftir a brief snison either Is allowed to remarrv. There 1 something In thro laiins that iiMiiinili one of South H.ikota. V'.Tiat Is sauee for tho Rn.i,-e, howrv at iierlntr Klr.uts. as eiceiMien, is saueo for tho Rander, and the husband who finds hi.-! matrimonial chains clatikiriK heavily upon mm mav part thrin trnli ilvnlv bv leavlnR home and retlnnc to another topek. Hero, If the lady whiles him buck she sends a friends to interccdn for her and if he returns all is fnrnlven If ho dors not she waits for a time, then parks up and leaves the hnni i vacant 'uid tin- husband at liberty to itiMull auoth"i, which he ofti n proceuis to do witlioui tuilli. r ceremoiiv. notn men and women pr.icta e this ninnliiR uvvuv js ,, test ol affaetlnn nnd the white man who muirh-H nn Eskimo woman must stunu lor the custom. Tho result Is often ludlcious ami to see n fat while man plimRttiff through th" drifts In enRor pursuit of his dark haired bride, enlllnir after her with en ilcnrini; names und heseechliuf hei" to ro turn to bis bid and boaid, makes even mi Hsklmo lauiih. old Tinnok, ii sucepllblo Shaman of Kieat wealth and much Kood nature had a habit nf marrying every dlstresMMl Ti male who camo to tho village and the ntlliiornus attempts of tho various wives to provo tho con&t.ancy of his heart kept him linn with running nfti-r one or an other of them incut of the time. This mav ho ImaRlneil when it is i I'.illx.-i that at one timo he had in, all nimble and n hit doubtful. Toilet Paper AFTER DEFEAT AT THE POLLS lion It l''rel tn He llciiteit for the I'reslileney t'lereln ml AVent l'lsli- JUK Hancock HeHitnicil Sleep font nml of llluluo ' V' nnd Henry t'lny. .olf.-'-'uA. -''- Tint fjuchtnm has oflen hen nsK'-d. Tlow l(i(.M It fil to make a ..ou'ol Tor 1 lm presidency and thru miss It noble- times by- the hlemlercst ut InaiRllis.' Only one of tho pamlldatcs now bofoie tho people eau he elected in Novemlnr; tlio olheis. tiltiHl bo defeated fayH I he. New York Sum. How will tho vamiulshi d ac cept their defeat? in many instances our presidents nave tnsleil of both the hitter and tho pwi ot of pollths. Thpy havo known what it was to ro down In defeat, and they nave also experienced the i motion ot vlctoiy. This was the cute with John tjulney Adams, Mai tin Van Huron, tien. Hen Jaiiilu Harrison and ("Hover Ckuxlaud. These mi n seemed lo accept both vic tory and defeat with philosophy. In other countries an unsuccessful dash for a throim is fn qucnlly followed hy tr.iRic (nse(ueiice.s'. Hero it Is accepted ns a roRtilar occurrence nneu in ivcry four j ears. it w.is Ilenrv ("lay who said the I lm would rather he litrht than presldenl. Ills UIMiti eessful attempts o Pv'hi"Vc his dearest ambition are known to wary American. Alter Ins defeat by Andrew Jiokson lie felt very hitter. nr,il did not 'ii tempt to eori"eal hi feelniRs., Prom that day until the hour of Ids death tho possibil ity of tea, huiR tho presidency at smue time nivr rntlrelv deserted him, und even allrr Ins defeat by I'nlk in lill he made a hunt fight iiRalnst Talor in IMS his last Bie.it political battle. Thos.e who follow the iortuiP-s of presidential candidates an soinetlnirs ennsunird with Rrealcr onrrRy and feel iliR than their chlels. At th" lime that .laekson was chosen fnr the presidency Mr. Si'iitt, who was then the sole n p.-e- M'litativo of Missouri in the low r llou-o, of CoiiRless, elected to east Ills vote fnr .1 oil 1 1 qulncy Adams. Si u.it or IVmt.pi, who was a violent partisan of Old Hick ory. d"iiniuiced the act of Mr. Siott as a Rrave irii'te, and in the course ol a let ter slid to the offender: "l'or nine years wo havo been riosel.v connected in our political course, At lenRth the conm ctlon Is dissolved, and dissolved under eitcunist.ini-os winch must mean our evei liistlm,' spp.itation. To-morrow Is tho day of your self-im-mol.itton. If you havo an enemy, ho may go and ford his eyes on the socio. Your former fridid will shun the uffootins spectacle1." IIANT'OflC. fir ii. mlield Scott ll.imook i nnr of the d' fe.it, d prosiib'iili.il -an, lid it"s who fiecepteil the tomb with Rr"iit enhn ness. Ills wife remitted that at seven o'clock on the c choir of tho election he yielded to extreme weariness, alter 'he ninntlis of hard campaigning, nml went tn h"d, be-simr hPr not to disturb him. a." the- news of the result could wait till tin- lt"t moriniiR. At daylueal. la- awoke, nnd, turning to bis wife, asked for the news, Sh" Mcdm herself mi to the ordeal and said, as iUtetly as possible; "It has been a complete Waterloo for you." "That is all right," he angered; "I can stand it." And in another moment ho was asleep ecalii. Tho only disappnintmoit ho Ravi- expression to was cnneernliiR the differem o his defeat would make- In the future t,, manv of his friends. Ho at tended the inauguration ot his compoti- inr, nun. writing, m a menu on tbo ,.yo nf ins dr part lire for the national capi tal, he said: "Yes. I am going tn Washington nn tho 3rd of Maich for a few il.ij.s. r.en'-ral Sherman, mv e iiminanding offl -or, h 1S asked mo tn he present j have in right to any personal feeling in the matter. ii is cleans my nmv as a soldiir to obey After srnno rifetrnro tn nth r i litter he i elds: "What I "an do e U'.iMunilr.n w )tl OIRIUty I will i'n ,i, not elir,a i., ,e in adv. i in'" of, ,,r fnHnw, I hi tt niuip'i.i I ear. either on font or on lt.ir-.hnk I only expect to ib, i,-, ..i in st I wnn dr how thev did lie things n Itonn ' When I r. turn Iroin Waslni'.jiivi J , ,,n tell ynu how the American .i .tile do it under the new census 1'ifiv millions, of pcople know," have a way nf ih",r own, ion HI.U.VK. rty few men came ii'.tr dopey without obtaining r thr pr. s- ll" en..te( and ,m I h with belt" Pfi7e than .lames c. Hlaine, tnaiiaRM', I.i an opt his fate grace than Henry Clay, that other ,lul ol his pai ly. It was in the convention of isTii that Ililsersoll rn.-ob- his famous "Plumed Knight" spee.eh bin in spite of tint out burst of nraturi ll.llis w-ns the Mneos I'll m. in. Hi'lnre' Hi" decisive vole had hcen fullv eniinled Hlaine- was writing a letter of eniigratn'alion to llnyos and assuring him that Maine would give him ns lug n minority as it would have given himself. When Hlaine elld receive the nomina tion ho was eonhdent of h? o.ootion. Ills di full mu-t have 1 r. a .sever" dis appointment; but If It wa-, h" coi,tro!l"i his feelings vry iici'i --ln.v. The dav following tho eloitmn, William Walter PPi-lps sent h:m a t, dolcm e, endltiR- with: well-' l"gr.im of i nn- "Ale vou fuply Ulnm llf.. " answered . "Never In i r in my Writing said: tn Mr, Phelps aft"raid, he "Our special misfortune was the loss of both New Jersey and Conu -ci icui, I class tl-em both as easily preventable' accidents. I as not snuaim d m the canvaxs hy many who had personally a far greater stake than 1. They .n,. hlieiy tn have leilsiiri' for refleellou. "If the lountry is lost ii will be some satisfaction to realize Hint ho class which permittel it In he s.icrillce-d will fi cl the i emit most kee-nlv. lint I fo-ir you will think ni" ill-nalui'd If I keep nn I am mil. and loo as pl:i"ir a- a siimni.'r's da . 'l'l'rsonalb'. I rare ,- s than nn nearest friends would believe, bin oi the oauso or mv fiiends I profoniallv di ploro the result " rrnbahh the moot tragic episode in fhe lisnrv of iirosldeiilial elect inns ...as i he candideicy of Horace, (!re,,.e-, , Unwed hv the breaking drum of us ro'nist Ijodv and mind, and by Ins death. Ill'eX Ht'TLRR. Quito iliff. rent was the i feat upon (ion. Hen l in In I". might be termed the tree date lor th" pi esldi'iu .v . II" the a, lln rents ot the Labor back party, and when Hie intuited and it was found Ifl'l I of ,io lliitler. who Ian. e eamli appe.ilod to and (!ie-"n-vni s Tvii" that he had linen followed lie was as clu possible for i by a very small mlnorltv erfiil and huppy as It was en a siiciessfnl inn'lidnte to he. lie iimsion at nun tune, ami ov. n up to me time in nis iieaiii, mat .Mr. Cleve land was not legally elected. Ho con tended that there were enough vote casi nn- nun scvciai nines over in New link State to have prevented Mr, Cloy land s election, but that In in my of the pulling plains they wen' not coiiutiii for lilm, but for Cleveland, He said unci "I intended tn have an lnvestl.,iton made with the aid of .Inhn Kellv, who was then the Tammany boss, and who A,n opposed to Mr. Cleveland, but aftei the cleelinn Mr. Kellv took Mel, and ic iiialnid liedfnst so long that I dually abaudniieil tho Mm nl a contest." Tll.DKN. No olio ever knew Just how Samuel ,. TlKleu roll over tin- tesuit oi tno eon lost in lW lie was n bachelor and mute reserved In his personal habits, and his inmost thoughts nnd tn lings wore known lo v ery few nn u. lie was practleallv ,i irelu.o a'trr (ho CURTIS&SEDERQUIST Bankers and Brokers s N. I Cons. Stock Exctaangc f Market Irlter for this v. elc containing- fiicta ic I -riling tho Situation, Urook bn Itnpid Transit, Mis "'irl, Kansas ,t Tcxat, and Am, Locomotive, mailed ficu iipon appllcatloti. 19 Congress St., Boston 52 Broadway, New York and w.n evlromely cautious he sal! nr did concerning the In nil that controversy of that 1 1 inc. i"ii'i,il McClell.in vut.s j "ery much dlsappninied man when he learn.'-d nf the results of hs political campnlgn, but h" vmis scarcely surprlio-d at til" result and had v. n ll'ttlo to say about it, "veil to his intimates. CI.liVUI.ANP. liinni' Cleveland recoheit the an nnuneein, ut (if the I'-snlt 111 HN v.ith a slnlldlt of oiiinteiinm'" that nmiyed win re I did not Irritute his friends. They had roiio intn the camtiaigii in ihe hehef (ini it w-ns a sure thing: and when the returns of th, rlectlou w-ie received they Misijined a "link from which they did mil reeovr lor many divs, lint i : .veland himself loeohcd ihe re turns with ,i minutes that Would na vo made 1 1... Sphlh look like u nervous and in laid" pile ,, rocks, lietm-o dusk of the ,,, when th tisiilt w is known he vv i - i.ilinly arranging his pl ins lor one of s in vol it" lishing trip. This .i.ip.uont iiidiff' re-nco to results was nl-,. fine of Il"iiialiun Hur'.son. who th eight that In would be eb -t-d m K'-. lb had giv. n a good adinhisli.i tlon in,. i .times were f.ilily pi osp.-r ci", but in spite of those fads he went down In dofeit. He took the ro4ult like a stoic, in ,1 itnnioiliatrly la gall tn make prcpar.it , Otis foi In lining and for re suming Ins practice of law. iTt VAN. Wilh'ii i .Irnnings Hiiin. while pot showing llio coldness ,nnl nidiffere ice of ricielnial and I at 1 1 on, ri-eiv, d t'n news of Ins two ,hf''i's with a ialnit"s which v. i- a pioiii of (he silf-ioiltol of the m. ii. lie beard tie l ' ws nf the io- stilt ol h . tlrht c.iliil 1 am oln, Neb., with ntirc, and if he !!( not show u te! th, bun. 1 Ii" sun etsf'il occasion had not bee hefoto th" champinr. turn at hi- limn, m a s-mihti'; , oiintoii .iry "h.i'jrln lie did . who siirroiineli.il i eanpeiitor on each fairly i-i iiig ira i"d of tin nlv.T foi ces way laying out tin- plans for tour e.-irs flora that time the content QfAliTZ Vi:iNS IX YKUMONT. In northern New lglnnd sciuie Interest has recently bei n shown in tho explora tion of epiaitz veins containing piet-ious metals. Hi. ring the held seisoti ot IMS Dr. (JiorRn litis Smith, a member of thn I'liitod States OiHiioKieal Snrviy, visited two localities whrre sean h for the yellow iii-tal Wsis being prosecuted. I'mler the heading "Quartz eins in Maine nnd Vermont " he has reenrdecl the results of Ins recornaissance obiprvatlon in an nrt lelo in Hip survey's reccjit bulletin (No. LWj entitled "Contributions to Kennomlo tleology. Ifi 1 " ( mo uf tluie districts is In we.stern Mnine nnd the othor Is In southern Wr moot. Though separated bv appri i niati l.v IK mil's, the two distrl"ts h.iv. soino jioinls n .Miullaritv. The viru n,--.uinng ;n noiii places uro ineva to ue t.vplcal of the ore depos-'lts that occur throughout tills geliei.il reg on. The niiintig proprtv m Mail,.1 upon w lm Ii lln most ni lopm. nt work h.i - be e-ll iloin ill Millci A croup 1S-O.II ll' S gut rive i promine n .Mount i; in i rum ii " pa si v.,r is ii'ianvi j , inn.-.,, I'l ml itioti. In Oxford eoiiiitv.'tbe lake ol hi'h lulls whu h h"re eu-'i,. ..-i ,,i upoii the- i.illev of ,V ii.'ri.-. og- ( ,, , -in, hides Mount .noon, nmst .with .1.1, t height ol the- VI, I'llM ,,e,rl J,, , will Inns, a somewhat b" or knob, i 'I , n u,. in the s,,p,,n oi uini h the nilntiiit work his lu'iii nine. Th- imi t lieruinnst nf tie quartz e.-.,s prospr.ted on Mount nlin. s a vv. ll-il.. lined dsstir" vein composi ,1 of ipiarl:: mil vaivlng amounts: oi talcos-i male-iial Tue s'llph.des, r,i1,.ii. ,,,r pv. lit, o.'i ',r in s iinreu himclies- p, u. vim. vvhn h i,in, - lit widtli irmii four imi mii-l.il;' feel t,, less than two ami oni -half f""l p. mil smaller veins Ii.im been lee. iled on ih, same slope of Moupl (times, but the-e are not wotkd. Vein No. ii is being dr-"lopeil by a shaft. This vein is si.ii. in .-oinpositinn to No 1 A thukiics of over - f, ,.i i epospd The on- inlnoral.- are galena and pvrite. whii h a, i u r both in bniiche and in a rairlv distinct -in ,k. four luchis wide, near the iioiih.-nt si, of the vein. Assavs from the Mount llnios .propi-i tv have he..p repnrted as lnillentl"g values ranging flOlll VI .Vl to 4i f.Vj a ton These aieS.iVs wer' 'loiil,i!et.s ii-ifide of pn IteJ matirlil. Samples loken Iv Hi Smith and assiyed bv Dr. K 'I. Mien In the survey labora tory show not I'Vi'li a trrice nf i;eild Ail the ass iv s llel,'''e that the ore is m no sene o .-. 1 1 1 -1 1. ring, ami fini in the best assav tho silve-r content is no greater than Is to he expo 'ted in a galena nn Purthtr dev poime.u is required to d ter nuiio whi ther these veins emit un copper in d li' nl to proiHable .imonnts. In the tntvn ol Piitstou, Keiimdiee count.v, M.im, pro-pcctln for gold h.u been cnrrinl on for manv y.irs '-te do v idopiui nl here s in the pi-grmitu k- veins, sheetM, npii niasse- m the mlc.is-chlst of the region Vss.i.vs mad" of puked j.,,,,,. pies finin the principal opening ui tlio ppgmatiie spjow'od tm ir.'ii s of ciher gold 01' fillet Hi" Sin Hi's obs. i v.i I ions It Vermont nn- Ilk" thiie-o n-lii -h he made in .Maui". Within the list .'.' '.ears more money seems lo havr Infill sin nt nr- mining op er.iiioiw in the town- of Plymouth and Hrldgew aler thnn has hepii t-oalUinl from Hies,. , fCeiris. Suiee HT0 woik bus lu'en done at v iiiou- tine . "ii Hie Toggaii vein pi ir llridg- vvnti I Ore has been I'lK' II nil! h"ie thai IV s l,poe, in v iii gold to tin- ion Vnsays matic in the sprvov Inborn! uv Indl.-ute a valia nt' oyer ti,. out n .- imple nssnv d ren-ren-nts Ihe I'lehm p.nt of a small ore bodv. Ml the vain" is In silver copoor, nt" I' ad The nbse nee of gold l sugges ti'". In v 'i w of th" high gold values clalim d for this veoi The oitb gfib! itiiown tn have h"or mined at aiiything hl(e , prollt In i-oiith-' ni V.-rni, nil is tbni found In the gravel deposit ,,f Plymouth, and the i . in lo Willi h thai, milling was prniltahlo Is doitbtlui. The ess-nti.il Jolt uro in the. ipte sMIon nl tup oecl en 11' " of I'old ill Ver lllllllt IS th, eeollol'ili Vlllll" o the ,le- poslls Tii.u (s .,( i, ,N suiii,.,.i)t.v we'll uiiderslond ti, make. et ravagant sin, illa tion elitil, h unWIM NEW ZEALNIVSW0NDERS. .Nut lire lln llecn I. u Nil iilth ici'iili' (Jills to (lie s, mil, ern InIiiiuI. To no crninfry in th" wotld has nature hceti so pioihgul of s-t nic gills as In the island of New Cinl-ind. when man has dune so nun h to enhance the enjoyment nf prodigal natural bounties, writes a i ur repiiiid( nl in Am land to i Imal mw.s papcr. The Hiuth island ho.isls ut a inagnila-cnt range, which lm hides the largest glacier iiiitsulo the Arctic legions, alfords inoic wemderliil than those of Nnrw.iv, tlio un livallcd Olera ami I tti I !r guises, the high est wnteifall lu thn world and he cold hikes. Tlie noith isl.iiul pildis Itself on the largest geyser in tin Ivcrso, marvel oils boiling ruiriucs, lint lakes and ivtlm and in live vol, ami, -. "II in the Tiupo .one. win. h gives il iniiin to --till .iliolli, r woniier, I ake 'laiiiio. lln" ' land's Inland who havo their principal Mronghnlds closo to Its plcturesifiio beirdets, and there are few localities so rich in goncrnl nttrue llons as Hits hike, which is at nn nltitudn of l.l.diiil let above the sea level. It Is miles long hy h! l-U wide, and wh"ti a not thwestar blows ncioss lis depths of DO fathoms the surface assumes tho (fpect of an imgi y sea. T.uipo lbs nit the north shore of the Ini,.-, nnd fr )q chief attraction has an old Maori tedotibt, Minuted on ,t high hank of thn Walkato ilier and rich In memories of stirring- events, ('lose by one frcipiciilly sees ii Mnoil canon paddled in loss the liver, which lteio enu riieK Irotu tin i liar lake anil shapes its course In a rapid rush through tugged goiges and tiro, id plains to the M'.i. The Walwiito serves as a dividing- lino helween thn Knropenii selllentenl of Tiitipn town and tho native village nl rapaiie.I Inrurii on the heights, which In the war pound of lv.Vil was foltllled. Looking- In toss Hip lake tow. nil the south tho Have tor can see at the hack ol UotcMiia the snowclnd volcanoes of Tnm garlio, Ngaurulioe nml Itiiapehu, These peaks are Invest' d with a drapery of up mid snow, and from thMr siuntnlts Is a ronstant Issue nf sulphiii ems hlcain and siiinke in clouds and spires. 1'ntil it. centlv these mniiiitairis were held sa red tiy the Maoris, and on th" altars of their simw capped craters ami glacial rceessrs they offered homage fn their lie tim d in: ( estors. lir.fi ION I't'LL OK 1NTKUKST. The whole jilaeo tepiris with Interest history and mythological traditions of the tribal heroos. Hvcry hill and rIikIp, even Ihe trees and llnwers, have tnvsllc aSMiel ntinns with demigods, ill's or demons, lor the folk-lore ot the Maoris I the richest ill Ihe world. Half vva ue-ros-s T.inpn Mo.in.i li the loi st ilad Island of Motiitaiko, which it the pa f was the forliiii'd stronghold of i' rnighfv race, hut whn'li lor mam genera, tinns has bein used as a ttibal liun Ini pla.c up the tioithein slmro. within a Muut distance of the tuvvtiship. is the extinct volcano of the T.mh.i i a . rising into tin nr !!.fiii till, and now he.ivdv wooded. Clenlly lb-lined above all animations is i t.-rra -o wlt'eh onciicbs Hie Ink" ii Imii- Hr"d feet above its present !i"I, .showing that In olden times (h,. waters of Taupo weie that Inm h highei than at the present d.ii. The western shoi es of the Ink" are f. niKil lor the ihynhtic i hffs of K.irau- g. inipo. which rise in a perpendicular pfeclpiio n t Imllsallil o ld f", I above lo fnthoms- nf water. Thcr" still PXist many evideiii , s that thee i lill's woro otu o used as a last refuge by natives tiering trom their e iiemies. 1:1:1,11 in or c.wr, nwr.Li.rr.s. Caves abound in K.irangahnpe and all at one thin or other served a- living places for tlu Taupn native-, who wore eavo dwell, rs to a great , tont When giving e v nl. in .il the native 1 uid court ot Taupo J" v. nit- tign the old warrior Until T" I'acrata I "1 was boi n in a , ,io at K aw.ik.i w.i. At Waih.iha lh"i" i.- a . iV" culled Ortti waik'iha lielnin.'iiig to two tribes Tip" ' ht.-f and his fntln r no Ictied there. At Karaiigahap" point is a eiw whlMi wis used as a i ii, Hire--) and ' all" 1 (nnii miitti " There ar" oiler iul r re-t mg to, 'orris of the --aiii" I'laroter. showing that these caves .- tv ! ,i ; htrth and math pl.i. os and forlilied bodes of tlu- Mioii--, who ilisi muuishdl thein by nanp , as tlcy do linns, s nml even trees Close in Karangahaio luTsl'f i- a na tive s. ttbinent, which imnili' is am', tig Its rcsiib nts tla- old Chief TI it it i. ILtirl Is a warrior ot pioiul anci st ry . th" h ro of ma, iv vail. ilit battles. In 1-iil he b d the popoless d.fense of Oiak.iu pa. which fell to an evei whelming Hrliish tori e uti ib r ('ienirnl Cameron, llitiri's father and nth, r n-lativi s were killed, but !. and his sistei, who was wounded, is, i "d Tnese unle survivors of the pght still entertain tiavellrrs with :n I'lnr Is of how they held the lort against 1 1 . tin ndoits odds, nnd lin.illv sit, ee, ,1, ,1 m lit .akimi through the hue of military In their os-i-iiiii'. An ab dieg Mi. mil nf 'I anno Ink" is the di.r-lty of ms slinr, s. W.iter'ilN v.il b i s. inpids, boiling springs ,md n v foiin t I.i it-, lend v iri'tv lo th" westet" lln" w 1 ii h tih.it i 1 bv lui" sir i in., ni pi o . w ai . I h"S -lap i prime v.i I bush, i down to 1 1 " w 'i ' Ithi un'.ni- r i mi i ' hr i. -i n-.i s- i - tla -i it ' Will. la in h ir g,.rg t I- ,1 l.eo AI" -lli'Wi r- ti" l-t. I II 111" td.i, an ,1 ii - and in eiss ot tn. I v.l'ow I . ami b ,- I,- ii. d w In, h I in u it ,i ; Ih w 1' "h shawl M.ow ' ri of gold. ii.. i. ,ii i a 1 1 1 ol Kiidi.ml Is lol'M'il h'- V l-lt I 1 New . al ii il AeiofdlMg to or T.etifio was A linul ion h nan kable siirri g. ogr. ph , -il i nee an i mm. ,f v iri. i v r. I. undings bv i he ll lake I ,! a,a, I lis re - i hes ol I 1 1 pump Ul.lllV .Je.'ta SV I V 11 11 deposit nidi- oi obt rudii. grove vvhii'h at nit t lie- , o i ' r v . 1 1 s niobi in 'ml v int! torbirid,:-g rv.ils . on! , i i - griil '! ' IS- oil I'll l.H.ll alike. Inn so-. tn- to form in a apt npriati ii" M.inii v 1 1 n Ltiv . itirs u'.s bH.'kgroiii el for the' pictitie i lag. s. vv lieu i lli digniliod I ho in v st n wav in th" lie , i .1' 1 1 thermal (ji-ni, 1. ivvo iiiuuirtil lira Innii II ollv Am kl.lll.!. 11..) hi. si MA'IV OI' A ROMAN PilLITl . 'I AN. trrotp I Mil v oi' Julius. , Rom. in pep. tiei. in. Ijiig up ironi b-math tin rums of the I'e urn ) .Mine the L"th ll ha- b, . n The cniiM-ni n ,p vv - , ,1b d .-purious .l.iggim- .11 ,1 i lu . , . i . it d i .' to . inlet by iigb's, .lining w i - In oki n. . I ! 11 M it PS a' lis, i ers a; ' 'el tainly ll which an ainphori ot I . e-r w thus losing the prie.. i : -, -. i t ll wa-- a RP it i.ilamnv Son' la it I.- nn augury of d,;b at ' ', h.is al! th r-maik- ot ,i b I Ami I ii'lil on th" In , 1- ol ih, came l'tllnns Hi yuan .with 1 1 - oiiicu. 'MltlCl) nil itnnietins'e i rid of a lll"lll ill." I 11" Was .line I In ),-, spe, eh. Cashless I'eiiiiruius put him bl and liiiploied him with tears in to i en iKidiT "l'or Cod's sake. Hill" said Penurious; 'lor th,. low ol all the toja Ills eyes e,"Miles th" gods on oiytnpu., don't elon't' ll.tveiit wc got trouble enough',' Hut Hilhuus Pr.vanuf was nbdurato. "I've g it tn do il, Cash'" he said. Iirin iv. "I've simply got to do n or bust: lleio i ve corking ll up fur lour .veins, my only outlet being the imges of tho giout religious ilnllv, the Commonerius. I'm just tilts way, Cash; Wliemvcr 1 a pl.i . form I feel it coming on. and I've smpij got- got lo get up them and antic. 1'iii bony, o'd spoil, bin- - ' "Hut, Hit " said Cashless I 'enttrinus, "dn y ni want to bie.il our hen its' Whv can't j nu go out and tab. a di ink ui.Me ad? U bv " "The gio.it Public" said Hilimiti Hr.v.ini.s, drawing Ininseii up ,1M, waving ii hand, while the other Ii nut was thrust into th, bosom of Ins tojia. "Tho people crv for .lustisc. You cam:. it press down the crown of thonir. any longer! Tlu cross of gold " "HIl-HIP" yoll'd C.ishhtis Ponurlous. "listen to mo listen i,, me; cmlv one inomciit' (in,, little nneu. in! Onlv'thico grains of nun, moth ltd, I'm going dippy, and nil nn i. tnuul ol vou! Cut ii out " "Now, see heie, bojs," said lllliou.s Hr.ianus, iiuieily, bin erv tiiinlv, 'I'm an orator, ain't I? Th, p why shd'n't I orate .'' "Hut. HU!" mid C'l-hless, III n hoarit whisper of giiti, "what tho party of I'einoi rains wants Is less " Hut llillious Hryatius was gone. The U"t iiioiueni wo h-ard his noble voice flinging 1 ingiiiigH to tho winds. It was Bleat talk, and the unthinking nibble iliiiceil on one l, g ami howled with glee; hut the wIm. hunch hutted their h-iuls against tho wall und clu wed the luiiii ture. "He Is losing us ton thousand voles with pvnrv metaphor!" ginancl D.iiidins Ulllius. "livery flight of elouuencn Is over the blood of an arinv of w.isied beer kegs! Per llprcules. but It I- hclliinM" And lie hid bin pose lu a tla, nil of l'alei man and wept hitter ti n- vvn.it a pity'" sobhed ' Olarkiiis, ns unions lirvanns i 'ng 1 1 .mi exhaustion vv h it tlli. e I bh i illilisr' 11" hhollbl I head nf ,, mi u p, j, ,,, ,' - il.l lllplllS ll r.niii p.n f ni t lie hool hack room of a saloon and oribred a largo modicum of the mine, 'And what word from Altonl'.is Juggins. 1'arkus"" demanded Spuilous "llns ho paid aught'.' ' 'Not n word1 said Cashless Penurious, a wan look of liopo llghllng his haggatd face. Tliero Is still hone!" said Spurious .lagRlus. And with this ray of comfoti over our souls wo accumulated a mutual ,1itg arid forgot tho woes of the first day at the con ventlon, Lowell Otus Hesse In Leslie's Weekly. TWO NOTABLE LETTERS. I-'ormcr ifiiti-riior I'rslilcnt iiml sir, lliillirook Itoosei rlt's to the llcpli. The October Verinoiit er publlshi" two lolt'.iH which will nppciil to nil Vertnotit'-rs, thetn (is following: Itrnltlrboto, VI.. Sept. 7, 100 1. To the I'lesldeill, Oyster Day, N. V. nespectrel I'l leMid . - . As one of the two or "War I inventor's who three surviving did what he rou lei to uphold president Lincoln')- administration during our civil wur, 1 venture! to Innovate em your valu able, busy time with u few congratu latory words on the outcome of the Vermont State election, ns an Index to the general drift in the coming presldeutla 1 election. As goes Ver mont at such clretloiK so roos the. ma jority sufllcletit in other States to elect u president. This saying Is quite generally accepted. Vcrmoiitcrs have a warm respect und kindly regard for you, as you re mind them so much of the lamented President Lincoln In sturdy patrio tism, plain speech, so full of epigram matic illiistiatlons, nnd so full of ili'slie to bo In touch with the "plain people." of tho country, as Mr. Lincoln used to stylo them, and to carry out their views and wishes. v erinunt sends many or her sons and daughters into oUier States, will their blond and patriotic views, in , sillied by the pure. Invigorating air and the sublime and beautiful sce i" ol nature among her (Si eon Mount. un-Tln-.v settle far nnd wide, part leu oi i I In tho nrwei Western States, und gi . tope to the laws and shape to tl, ' public affairs of those States. This- , , 1 tact, is the cause nf the wide. -pf a I inlluenio ot the little State. I 1 etncinbor a spot rh mad" : e tr-i ago at a State convention I y ol,! Sitilre Hell, grandfather of nut (io eiiior-eleel. In which he said. Ili- i" is thr little Stat" of Vermont! Look at hrr gentleni' n 1 Small in goo graph n ol exieiu. but almighty In slant'' This in ,i stetiorian Voice, nnd vv id"iv sticicherl arms, brought down th" house- i-i loud applause. He wa gi ntlet ,an of the old rchool. in b a. i oat wi'h velvet collar and bra-.- In' Ions, i, mf vi si and ruffled shirt r . . -, t Coutideiit of your triumphal il. tmn. a-iri with heartiest wishes m: vour ln.ilth and pi osperlty, I ,im, wit; ii.ui.li r- spent and kind regard, Your friend. 1-TIKDKK1CK HOLI5UOOK. THi: PliLSIUKNTS RKI'LY. uyter Hay. N. Y Sept. 10. 190b M dear C.ov ernor Holhrook: I sitic-eiely thank you lor your cour tesy In wilting nio. I feel the great est pilde in the result In Vermont, not meiely .is an index to what I hope the test eif thn country will do, but because the people of Vermont have always seemed to me in a peculiarly high elegiec to embody thoao charac teristics of Abraham Lincoln's "plain people," which give us a firm and as sured belief in the future of tills re public. I not merely greatly prize their regard, but I feel that to havo won It Impose. h upon me the obligation of straining every nerve never to tore leit It I hope to be elected this fall; I bin whetlier eb-ctC'd or not I widh i I lr.ive this oillce lo fesd that I ! Vvll haie a right to the respect of the keen-witted, Inw-ahldlng. steady and uptight men of this nation and these are' tlio very men who have given np tlm support of Vei moot m .-uch a mat kid fashion. I'.uthfully vours. THKuDORl". ROOSUVLLT. lie I-'rederi. k TInlbr.,.h. Urattbluro Vt. S'IN'NKT Nigl.i : OV VICH Mv - w 1 it 1,1 t " .,1.1 ; i h I rpot t ill'', ! tl' '. ', I'.d fl.Hiie. ,pv , a: d i ti.iu- ,roin.l. a , -ir w , 1 m I !." i.i" of ll gr. ji With tl" host of he.,- -lie . I 'I And la itai'i bt oad- i od to i, i vn vv : Who could 1 no guesso.l lav con . an d Within th in .mis, O d-vinril ich la i-1; i ' Sun? e n i el ir i- worlds i Whra ill aid flower I I veiled. , 'i'hn,i t i sir Ii i o it t lliadr Us bill ,1' Whv should vv. then shun in aiivtntis strife : If Light c.mi. lis so n-inli. v ho Lot Lite? - j.i-eph iii.m. o wh.v, ',::.- Ml CLUBBING LIST. Tin- I'rrc Cross and oilier I'erleidlcaN nl t I. on Itilles In lino dilress, The w. ekiv ri;i:i: phrss .a. ab- taint d ii. combination with otln-i I, i I.i c perlodli als at low rates -J, prev-ni in, ip.i ess.ir.v correspniiileti' " w. will .-late that ailir the subs, rlptiun has Incur, noli, cut a i huiiRe of iiddresf. or i.i Hung i oni ormiig ihereci'lpt of the nthiu pcrloii- iiuls, shoulj be sent three tlv m il.e oPIce ol Hut periodical The W'eeklv VHV.K PRLSS and an "tie af tin- following pel ioilicnls will be sent tounv lur one year at the in ices ,n i Atlicl-i An n.i An "I'll l'-ll C 'ItU! -t : 10 I'.s'V Tl. Cut Caledonia'. iSi Ce-mui i .Magazua Chicago Loader Cosniniiolll.il, 1 'oriiin r.'irin and l-'iie-td inn vi.... . . i " i ii" .. ., i -in u:, i'.n 1 .0 I I'll I si l : i :s t v l m l -'o t r, 3 V I'l. ink Leslie - I ipul.it MiMlthlV Harper's Hazaar (iood I lousi keepric Harper's M.igazi''" llaipcr's We. klv Harper s Itoiind 'I i '' " Intiistatc I'oiilti v man Leslie's Wei'lvlv Liteniiy I'lg' M tm wi Ladiis' lliuip' J iirn.ll 1 v', Latins' World Mi ('lure's M,iga.u'i" Minor and l-'aimei Mmiscv's Mag i.ln National Magazine New York Ttlbunc 1 I" 1 : 1 iin l ' i l i,i '.'.to r inner i k Tl Ibtine. New Ymk Thri'i a-w Now Yolk Wot Id New Kngland I'aimer Review ol Itevicivs Rural Ni'iv Yolkci St. LlllllS Celobc-ll.'lllOCl'Ilt S, 1 73 S.iXi ;t ir. i sr. I. 7'1 S ii') :i.i'.i II. 2., I 70 I 50 (.! 1 'l W. Scleiitillc Aiiictlian Silnt Nicholas Situiday Kvening Post , illlci ess Tahln Talk ornionliT Wouiiin'h llnmc Companion Weekly I'lic Piess odd vi.ir and St. Loulu Seml-Wcekly Kiinihllo tor six mouths i nnr clubbing list Includes nil papers and magazines published. Only those punt fieiiuently asked lor are printed in mil list, hut othcis may he had on apphi-.i-t ion rli I s, t i hers tllil have pioi" than r, r pipel fi'olll till lobbing ll-l Aiwivs s-ml , tamp fn r plv w le i k'ng about this ,' we iln ell II Is walk it no r' ''n LIQUOR RAIDS Three Parties of Officials Several Suspected Plact in Rutland LARGE QUANTITY F00I Mn In Store of Wholesale DenlcrJ ller I, bens, haul S.MHI Will .Scleil There Unfile nf Whirl Key I alien from n I'nrt.v of Moil In (In- llriiusii Irk House, natl.11,,1. Oil fi In charge of Ci, ton, Hopn., si,, (Mill Hi l.iil - fi , Itrundo , i-, ' plat ps i j ii, liiiuor i . o I , i Was in . Altoi,,.. I- M m St. ute, i i, -, about i.,i . ,, e-a'-h ' i ti , At tl . I : , r I si I'oIlV ' pill,. of then, i,r ,K, ,, fr-.m ih, i..,r ikr r o, . i, il r , ' e up; i hi- par ' r t 1 I V p It t e ! IS" b 1 roe I hs .'. '. II . ar . Patr 'd 1 r Cell I rioty I o Hi" -,t w k- .' -hlng -' ire wh ' win.!' H .i be, 1 ' I 1 r. -. various 1 move d i , the heat. Isc." la ra-. set. ' K ol be, , .la ' s-t the lie t'jim I TWO CHINAMEN ARRESTEI Had Collltlle-ICll tnpk for i l.aoiiilri seiernl V ill Weil Rinlmd !'. H. Cm: rr. terdav :.M. two ( 'hit .in Uliele l'-,1 l,. day nul n., warrai ' . ' , .l.ine.- Mir i r The in- r, w ', 1 ". this i ia: iti a- w f l.i'indrv at W ,",l-' Roth a r- w"i e I it .id and wrfto the Roth men vvero well ,i I th- ir -rrost , Thev will Is c ' ' anrs-i' ,i M - i .Kllsh 1, d . ' U Is ,1 HIRAM vv i r. s llf 1 Mi PLACED UNDER $200 BAII t VI O Itlll lltllll Men ( harg, t (ireenv . d 11 111! I.iniil Ml i Iti. ib d I 1 h g r nd .- M 1' K 111' RI V Uai; ' ! , h v I. Ui., ...n lm Id -1 , JURY COULD NOT AGREE lu t nfrlenillv ills, Russell', 15 ,i l.i . , ' ister I unlit lliinc.t This Not .ell Time !. A - . iiirors f.b ; ninri lm. i i iip I hit i I'll! . ' 1 Ipotl. "1 l: is.-eii .,e , nlest il i 'ho c pott ' I .1 '1 I gi.r i 1 dav 1, ti l: th" Tin ' -' l'rai-iv i I he pa t a1 vv -I-oV"lai.. M'tr,- i uUted vest. iMav were in favor ' -Hi., othei two h. This . a-, i , n ,-si '.oca 11 v t he i ' oil e ich ',1 ill J4 ''(' oi i I.i mud ni i mod. woman ye .is, , , ilitluelii i M l 1 , Y '" th ,i Mi ll IV- i. i ni i.i i illtiMe 1 th will d e it i ; I ; , ), t i I'.N v Rutlai ,1 prison wa' Lniinct M tt i't lot- Si , nig in 1011111" , i t iminal assault , it for , Miss V : r h ,-i i.r to t. nurse . t ihe it the .1 1 1 r v hall ii I Ho was m thi ol' I'l pi mull. .mi t root tars it 1 He show, ,1 sentence Windsor CANTON 1 1. R M lUvv I'T I 't lea, N. Y . d.ilrv ni.ii-ket butter sobi ,ii of tv.'in t heesi Oct In lll c V . si i I i.l l ' I - I tints nnd ai :i nn' llON S Carbon Paper AT- this rum Pitt'.ss ASSOCI.VTIOlf. SCHOOL RULERS se i 1 tup M i.i, i t is illc l hi the M.i , ( ir itorv "' And then deep in glum, wo hi bW t ti r1"! '" "f pos ir Mons, and mini Til IB If it n IS rilESI 4nBOCIATI0M. clcilion, and iclned lo Ida ,ipn tin. nt ,l,l t to 'tuinodiile our t abs'-nbers tiik run. nti.fM l,ol iatio.v.