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THE EDDY CURRENT. Homo First, tho World Afterward. VOL. VII. UJDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVlDiMlJJfiR 12, 1808. NO. .1, RESULTS DP THE ELECTIONS. Roosevelt Defeats Van Wyek for Govern or of New York Both Parties Claim Lower House of Coiiflrcss. Huiilatalt r.tsnUit. New York, Nor. 9. Theodora Rook. lt, Republican, late colonel of the first 1ttltod Stales volunteer cavalry, has been elected governor of this state by it plurality anywhere from 19,000 to 80.000. All of Col. Rooserelt's as soolaUa on the Republican stato tick at ar probably elected with him. The returns from the Greater New York and from the counties outside of this municipality are Incomplete, but enough have bteii received to Indicate a heavy falling off lu the vote up the state, while thnt In tho olty wan well austalned. The contequence Is a fall Ins oft In the Republican plurality In the stato from 213,00 to tho approxi mated figures given above. Outside of (Jrcntor New York tho voto for Van Wyck la only about one-fifth of 1 per per cent above that for Porter In 1896. Thoro appears to be n loss of four Re publican congressmen In the Urooklyn districts tho becond, fourth, fifth and sixthand C.msressman Qulgg, who had a majority of about 0000 at tho okctlon last year, has been defeated hv William Astor Chonler. In. tho Al Xiy district, tho twentieth Olynn (Dcm.) has been elected to suecoeod Soulhwlok (Rep.) In addition to the forogolng, there are. secmlnRly, grcnl Democratic Kaliu In tho night" and thirteenth districts, both In this city, Daniel Rlnrdnn being elected In ono and Jefferson M. I.ovy In the other. ThU makes a total Demo crntlc coin of soven congressmen. Republicans have the legislature, Siitim ItMiltU. Ohio RcpubllcaiiH have 40,000 plur ality, and congressional delegation un changed IT. Republicans, C Democrats. Now Jersey Republican mnjornty about 10,000. Tonnesscc Democratic state ticket wins. North Carolina Democrats victor ious; elect six congressmen probably. Connecticut Republicans sun aw ful, and congressional delHtlnn un changed. Alabama All Democratic candidate for roncress clcottnl. No state alee tlon. Massachusetts Republicans tarry statu by about 70,000. Hill Hliip lllm. Bantlogo, Nov. 9. Matamore, a ool one! In tho Insurgent army formerly n bandit, object I ne to the humdrum ways of peace, recently took to the hills with twenty men and Is now car rying on his old vocation, robbing plantations nnd farms of entile and horses, holdlnti people up nnd setting n bad oxnmple. aen. Wood I determined to suppress Matamore nnd a part of the gendarme Is now ready, uniformed nnd drilled, wull-motinted and armed, to do the work. Yestetday twenty men under command of n lieutenant left for the locality lu which Matamore and his companion are operating with orders to bring them all In dead or alive. The general opinion Is here that If Matamore Is not suppressed ho will soon Imye between 100 and SOO recruits, but now that the purpose of the au thorities la known, It la not exported that many will Join him. War lull. Washington. Nov. S.OrtJer were stnl from the navy department yeiUr day to the commander at the Uonttlas at Norfolk to bring that reel to Washington so tlmt a great quatttlty of valuable relics of the war. and par ticularly of the navel battle of July I. may b transferred to the national museum here. The lonldas hai a number of five-Inch rifle aboard nnd all of the ordnance of the Maria Tcrosa except the big oloven-lneh turret guns which could not be removed without lifting the turrets off the shlu. The museum authorities hare made ar rangements for the display of the rel ics In an advantageous position. Max Alvary, tho popular German op eratic tenor, who sang during many bostons In the United ftUtM. Is dead. He expired at Tabarex, Thurlngla. Rill Parrntt was shot Ore times and killed at RraHdon. Tex. I T. Loll aurrendercd, Mat Ttrotit. Washington, Nor. 9. A message re ceived at the navy department yester day from Capt Crownlnsnleld, chief of tho navigation bureau, who la In New York, called attention to tho re port that tho Bpaulili cruiser Maria Teresa had beon seen off Cat Island. Tho captain nxprossod his bollof In the accuracy of tho report, and suggested to tho department that the repair ship Vulcau, now at Norfolk, be sent at onuo, to roako search for the derelict Tho department actod upon the sugges tion. A telegram was sent to the com mandant of the Norfolk navy yard di recting him to pluco tho Vulcan In command of Capt, McCalla, tho cap tain of the yard, and send her with all dispatch to look for the Torosa. A similar order was cabled to Capt. Convorso at (luuutanamo, directing him to send tho big wrecking tug Po tomac from that pluco northward on tho same quest. She goo In charge of Commander J. 13. Craven, and tho de partment believes that uho will bo In the vicinity of Cat Island within thirty-six hourj. Tho Vulcan won ono of tho vosscls which was towing tho Ter esa when she was supposed to have foundered nnd the department believes that she will molt tho eoono of tha wreck In about forty-eight hours after leaving Norfolk. Cat Inland Hon uboul thirty miles southwest of tho spot whore tho Teresa wus last seen, nnd It Is statod at tho department It tho vessel did not foun der outright within a very few hour after having been out adrift sho would nlmiHt certainly havo fetched up on the shoal bench aft Cat island, tor tho wind nnd tide set directly on that beach. It so the location Is much moro fa vornblo for saving the ship thun thn position occupied olt Santiago, whero the bottom was covered with rocks and the wrcekera worked at a disad vantage. Ilnvnliit lllii'.iilin:, llnvnnn, Nor. U. Street cluaulng In thlf olty 1ms been uullertnken on new linos by Acting Mayor Angulo. Tho prlnolpal feature of tho new ptun Is utilizing tho fire department as a street cleaning brigade. Tho main strooU of tho city are to be Hooded by how attnehed to tho hydrants at tho street corners nnd they are then to bo cleaned douw by the firemen. ThU new servlco was begun yester day, but It was rendered unneceBeary by a htvy downpour of rnln. Col. Williams, tho chief quartermas ter and steward attached to the Unit oil States commission, Is very seriously III. Tho president of tho Spanish Red CrtwB society has oublod to the locat president of the Red Ortws society In Cuba directing the society here to con tinue in uetlvn organization until the Inst Spanish soldiers tmvo left the Isl and, and after which the Red Cross so- clety of Culm Is to b dissolved and tho surplus funds remitted to Spain, The so-called Cuban government has appointed commissions to inspect the Cuban troops nnd report upon the oxact number of men In oach army oorp. with the view of drawing up an exaot statement upon whleh to discuss tho problem of paying off the soldier lilii' .Mailing CarUs. Washington, Nor. 9PostmaMer Oenerat Hraery Smith 1ms Issued an or der admitting private mailing oards authorized by the art of May IS, 1898, Into tho foreign malls at 1 sent postage each for Canada and Mexico and 2 cents each tor all other postal union countries. This permits the sending of any kind ot oard In lieu of requiring the usual postal cards, provided the size Is the same aa the official ards. OrtUrt lu Tm Washington, Nov. 0. The sixth in funtry.whleh ha been at Kurt Thomas, Ky., has been ordred to flan Antonio, Te and upon arriving there will be distributed as follow i; Headquarters, lieutenant colonel ard band, oempantM B, P. a. II. I. K. L and M to Fori Sam Houston, company .V to Port Mcintosh, eompany n to Pi tl Bliss, company C to Port Ringgold, eompauy D to Port Drown, nil In Texw. lUrnorrutt Snrrt.arul. Austin, Tex., Not. 9. Chairman Dell ot tho.Democrallo oxecutlre commllteo olnlm Bayers' election by 200,000 ma jority. In the tenth district the congression al raco between Hawley (Rep.) nnd Robson (Rem ) Is very olosn nnd it may take tha official count to decide. In the twelfth congressional dlstrlot tho Indications are that Slayden (Dem.) has a clear majority ovor Noonnn (Rep.) Tho total voto on candidate for gov ernor. criminal Judge, nnd amendment nnd congress up to 2:30 o'clock this morning In each cougrenslonnl district Is as follows! First district Saycrs 2371, (llbbs 533, Ilalley 54, Royall 0; for Judge, Urooks 3757, Hurt 2(13; for atuondmcnt. 199. aealnst 112.1; for cougress, Rail 2302, Second dlstrlct-Snyers 613. Olbbs lfi, Halloy SI, Royal 0; for Judge, Rrooks 37G7, Hurt 1074; for tho amend ment 612, against 3890; for congress, Cooper 6229, MoAyorai CIS, Russell 1070. Third district Sayors 4A70, (llbbs 171.1, Uatley 19. Royall 0; (or Judge, Itrnnka 3S97. Hurt 970; for amendment 089, against 4GGC; for conEress, De Ornffonrled 4S0O, Wood 1922. Fourth district Bayers 31S7. Olbbs 4 S3, Ilalley 0, Royall 0; for Judge, Ilrooks 31SG, Hurt 830; for tmendmont 271 ngatnst. against 2781; for congress, Shoppard 3173, Whittle 1238. Fifth district Bayers r,090, (llbbs 1412, Dalloy 82, Royall 12; for Judge Rrooks F0P3, Hurt 700; for amendment 726, against 5180; for congress, Ilalley G420, Achcson 7(0, Holt 097. Thomas 30. Sixth dlstrlct-vSnycrs 0098. Olbbs 1938, Ilalley 25, Royall 1; for Judge, Rrooks 6802, Hurt 1164; for tho amend mout 802, aculnst D82fi: for congress, Uurko C902, Houston 057. (lore 1593. Soventh district Foyers 9759, Olbbs 1714. Ilalley 39; for Judge, Rrooks 8181. Hurt 14 S3; for tho amendment 035. aealnst 03C8; for congreos, Henry 8512, Cunningham SS7. Kingsbury 1040. Eighth dlslrlct-Sayora 5885, Olbbs 1977, Ralloy 51, Royall 2; for Judge, Rrooks 5709, Hurt 1449: for tho amend, moot 213, against 2520, Sliauds 15 12. Ninth dlstrlot Sayors 0089, Olbbs 1015, Ralloy 41. Royall 0; for J ml go, Rrooko 4307, Hurt 1103; for the amend ment 454, against 1345; for congress, llurlMon 5210, Jones 3407. Tenth dlstrlot Saycrs 5001. Olbbs 12!10, Ilalley 20, Royall 1: for Judge, Rrooks 2860, Hurt 969: for the amend ment 404, against 3401, for oongrtnw, Robson 4347, Hnwloy 27M, Oary S5, Dland 383. ISIevonth dlatrlot-Buysrs 5701, Olbbs 7S9, Ilalley 55, Royall 2; for Judge Rrooks 4498, Hurt 025; for the amend ment 1591, against 2876; for tuigress Kleberg 3291, Crouch Twelfth district -Bayer 1970, Olbbs 216, Ilnllcy 2, Royall 4; for Judge, Rrooks 2S20, Hurt 108; for the amend ment 041, against 191; for congress, Blaydon 4701. Noonan 1532, Burber 83. Thirteenth dlstrlat Very Incomplete returns reeelved, and few. I'o.tljr IIInk. Honey drove, Tex., Nov. 9. Plro was discovered yesterday morning at 3 o'clock In Williamson. Hlockcr & Co.'n dry goods nnd grooery store on tho north nido of tho public square. Tho fire spread so rapidly that uothlntt could bo saved. From there tho flames spread to I.. Krwln ii Co.'s hardware, furniture and grocery store. I nonce to Koshler's barber shop, and lastly to the Planters' National bank building, burning everything on block No. 20. It la net known haw the tire originated. The loss will foot up more than 100.000, about twn-thlnls covered by nturanee. TrrlM TiRRtily Trlnltr. Tax., Xev. 9 A twrtbki tragedy uocttrre In UN Mltajflald neighborhood, seven inlttM from hare, lust evening rn whleh J. C. Rlitlllcld and his son, J. A. 1). 8hame)d, were shot. Tho tatter's wounds are said tn be fatal. The troublo between the BhelfleltU and another family has been liolng on seme time and It Is said oami to n show-down last oven lug, with the above result. IUiiiUU Killing. Sulphur Springe. Tex., Nov. fl. A shooting occurred at Bteubuer, nine miles west of here, as the result of which R. VS. Button and' Oeorge Van Young are dead. The report says that It. U. Button shot and killed Oeorge Van Young and that Wallaee Young, brother ot Qeorge Van Ypung, then shot and killed But tow. The trouble, it seems, grew out ot an old feud be tween the deceased men. R. T. Button was a prominent stokmatu LONE STAR LINERS. .Tackdlioro Is to have- a telephone sys tem. Otto Uewoll, a llttlo boy, had a Ie broken at Oatesvllle by tho klek of a horse. Mrs. Lena Dlebel, one of Victoria's oldest "Ulxcns, dted In that ally n few dava ago. August Ilelwlgwns thrown art his horse lu Colorado county and died ot his Injuries. M. 1'. Powers, a well known olllien ot Colorado City, was badly Injured In a runaway at that place. Tho German MethodhU conference met at Houston, lllshop W, W. Duncan of Spnrtansburg, S. ('., presiding, Perry Wilton, a brnkeman on tho Texas and Pacific, got a hand badly Plashed at Sherman while making a coupling. Tim Creamer .1 Scott company of Richmond, Ind having a capital stock of f 100,000, was grunted permlMlou to do business In Texas. Tho Houston Roll nnd Magnolia Park was auctioned off by Master Commis sioner Andrews for 19100 by 1 T. Fuller of thnt city. He secured nit the property. An unknown man was iirreslcd for drunkenness at Deulson, ami looked up in tho calaboose. Noxt morning whou an ofllcer went to his cell he was a corpse Fletcher Sullivan, a young man em ployed at the oil mill, received very dangerous Internal Injurios by becom ing entangled lu the shaft eonncctcr ot a seed conveyer. Dr. Haward, pastor of tho I'rosliy torlan church at Jacksboro, assisted by Dr. Llttlo ot DeuUoit, Is holding n very Interesting protracted meeting nt tho Presbjlcrlnn church. Tho churtor of tho (late Oily Literary and Commercial Academy of Dennlsnn was filed at Austin, No capital stock. Purpose, establishing nnd maintaining a llttcrnry and commercial academy. Tho little daughter ot T. D. Mitchell while playing about somo burning trash In tho yard, had horolothlnRontch ftro nnd before tho flumes couldbo ex tinguished her lower limbs, face and hands were terribly burned. Tho Northwest Texas annual confer ence ot tho Methodist Protoatnnt church convened at Jaolisboro. Quite n number of pastor and delegate wore present. Much business was transact ed. flnoolt thleviM filiated I lie residence ot B. L. Moore, n farmer near Lulliig, whllo the family was absent nnd made away with $47.80 In cash belonging to Tlltlsn Thomas, tin employe ot Mr. Mooro. No clue im yot to tho thieve. Mr. K. Bhumm, a Hell county fur mrr.lft it sulwcrlbor to thlrtoeu publi cations. "Tuck" I'nrmoii, a cllitcii ot Oulnoi vlllc, was found dead In bed at that city. Ho complained betoro retiring the previous night of a slight pain Ills wlfo died somo months ago and whon found by his oldost daughter his throo-yenr-old child was asleep be side him. The property of I T. Sloan & Sons at Pine Valley was sold at public ven due at the court liouto door, In Hunts vlllc. on the 1st Instant, iiy W. D. spetlal master commissioner, under tho deroR of the district court of that ounty, autnlthgdbrwtnMgrhgiiue.dlsst county, and brought In the HggregaU about $11.00o. It was betigM lu tho main by Mrs. . Olbbs of HiintsTllle. While tearing down an old stable at lllllsboro jim Maddox was oausht nu tter snme falling timbers. A nail ptK etrnted the kom tot ween Ms eves lo n dapth of an Ineh and a half. Ills right eye wm Htarly iwtsheil oHt. Ills rlffliL skeHtlder and back were badly atirt. The Albert lydney Jnhii(nH tluptsr, Unllstl Daughtora ot the Confotsraey of Austin, kt tha eoHttaet for the bulldliiK of n vault In whleh tho re mains of Oen. Albert Sidney Johnston nr to rpoH, to John Pltrgtrald ot Ban Antonio. The renmlns ot Oen. Johitston have been lying In a neglect ed grave, marked by a modes shaft, in the state cemHery nt Austin for the pattt thirty ytnra. or evr since thek re moval from Now Orleans. The anfe of Uie po4tollle at Skldmore wh rubbd of the sum ot $60.77. The matter was kept quiet fur a time to lilvt the ettteors it chaneo to work on thu oufce. A Mojtleaa has been armtcd on o)tctfltaiillal tvrtdenee. He Is lo JiUL FAHMEU AND STOCKMAN. The farmers about Oucro have or dered cinotigh flax seed to plant nearly 400 serea. Dick Sumn of Whitney shipped four cars of oholio feeders from Al bany to Whitney. C. Anson, a prominent cattleman at Coleman county, has returned from n vitlt to iftigland. R C. Mellbnney received ot Dig Springs from Phoenix, Ariz., two cars of remarkably line Durham cattle. Dr. Timothy Rogers nnd his broth er, K, A. Rogers ot Rockwall, bought recently of J. Milter 1060 lambs and 14GS ewes at $3 per head all around. The Milam County Oil mill received last week 1400 head ot cattlo belong ing to Kugeno Fowler, which sro to be fed for the market. Mr. Urutuley of Coleman sold 100 head ot beeves, twos and threes, U $27. L Love sold 25 head to tho same parties nt tho same prlco. R. W. UinRlcy ot Denton county has sold to some residents ot Dallas coun ty 13 grade Polond-Angus. 3 bulls at $42.50 each, and 10 heifers nt $25 each. V. (I. Prion, monagor of the Cass Lttttd nnd Cattlo company, recently shipped nbout 1000 head ot bar V and K bar X cattle, old stogo, etc., for Knu ' san City. B. II. Purcell has bought from John L Fonts tho Intter's ono-halt Interest I In tho Mstls ft Pouts ranch and cattlo . lu Anu.cws county, paying $3000 for the Interest In the ranch. Thcro are 3000 cattlo valued at $20 a head. C. M. Cauble ot Albany shipped from there on the 28th ultimo a train ot good stock cows. Thoy wero bought ot tho Reynolds I .Mud and Cattlo com pany and went to Waco for butcher ing purposes. i I The Souther Poultry Show nnd Pet, j Stock association will glvo a poultry , exhibition at Renumont, lex., begin j nlng Wednesday, Doc. 14, and lastlns four days. An effort Is being made to havo a flower show at tho same time. i Rccolpts of cnltlo In Konsas City In j October wero slightly lu excess ot 231, I 000 hend, mukrng a new record for a . month's receipts. Tho previous bis month was Kcptamber ot 1890 with 229,940. I J. M. Chlttlm Is book nt Bun Antoulo from a week's trip to his rauohos at j Mathls nnd Oollad. Ho says '.hat tha j country Is drier than ho has over so.it I it, but that his cattlo aro In remnrka j bly good fix. Mr. A. N. Uvans of Fort Worth has In his olllco five sweet potatoes which ' grew hi one hill weighing In tho aggro gate 17 pounds. Tho potatoes wero ! raised by Robert McCall two mites oast I from Fort Worth. i ' (loorgo Iko and Sot Wost returned to Ban Antonio from Oeo. West's ranch In Llvo Oak county. Tho latter says . It Is very dry down his way, but that his cattlo are In good shape, and as pasturcn are lightly stockod tho chances are In favor ot cattle winter ing without much loss. If It doesn't rain soon around Rlnnoo water wilt bo an object In thnt section. Tho river has stopped running In sor eral places and Htook water Is getting scarce in somo pasture. Tha ootton crop will tfoou nil bo cathered. Tho gins are not having enough work to keep them steady running. On the 28th ultimo J. W. Corn ship ped from Albany to Weatherford 421 feedsru. Thoy were a select bunch ot steors bought from Dlller Rros. ot Al bany. Mr. Corn Ims bought several other bunches ot feeders nbout Albany and will toon ship them to Weather (ord. Jask Puekett recMttly sold his ranch an the head of Centralis, In Tom Or sen AWHty, and MM head of rattle to N. R. Ilrown of Midland. He cot $1000 for Ids raneh and $18 a head for his cattle. He In turn bought 1000 good yoiniB stock eattle from Young blood for $18 a head. The oommlttee on general ar rangements for tho Annual Live Btoek association whleh It to meet at Den ver, Jan. 23, held a meeting and ap pointed a committee on transportation, tonslsting of ono representative from each of tho railroads having a terml ins at Denver. It Is thought that tho a tendance nt the Jotitmry meeting Cattle business recently has been na ive at UeevllK O. M. Fox sold to M. if. Freneh ot Temslo 900 cows and salves at $K Truxton Davldnm to It. T. O'Reilly, 240 ows and salves at $23; O. It. Terrell to J. C Ullwerl. 94 cows and calves at $&S Wn't save prom drowning. BlrsDfs Antlpnthr to rUicatsff Volta from tha WsUts A strange antlpsthy once prevailed to rescuing a drowning man, the Idea being that the person saved would, sooner or later, do some sotl of Injury to tho roan who preserred his life. Sir Walter Scott. In the "Pirate," tells how Rryce, the peddler, refused to help Mordaunt to save tho ship wrecked sailor from drowning, nnd oven remonstrated with him on tho rashness of audi a deed. "Are you mad?" said tho peddler, "you that hara tired sas Inng In Zetland, to risk tho saving ot a drowning man? Wot ye not if yo bring htm to Itfo again. ho will be sure to do you somo in Jury?" This prejudice, which was deeply rooted among our sea-going .community In many parts ot the country, existed not rery long ago In Cornwall. It U found, too, among French sailors and the boatmen ot the Danube, and Is rery widely credited In Russia. Mr. Harry, in his "Iran nl Home," gives n striking Instance ot Jthe Russian repugnance to earing l!t from drowning. One day a drunken man walked Into the water and dis appeared. A number ot specUtom stodd by and gazed on the scene with the utmost Indifference, but no ono trlod to rescuo him. A court of In quiry was held, but as on examination no cross was found on his neck, a ver dict was qulokly agreed upon by the villagers, who declared that the man was "drowned because he had no cross upon his neck." The Rohemlan fisher man shrinks from snatching a drown ing man from tha waters, fearing that tho water demon would t'Ua away bis luck In fishing, and drown him at tho first opportunity. This is a lingering survival ot tho ancient significance or this superstition, the explanation be ing that tho water spirit Is naturally angry at facing despoiled ot Its victim, and henceforth bears n special grudge against tho unluohy person .,. .. dared to frustrate him. Thus, whoit some ono Is drowned in Germany, th remark Is made: "Tho river uplrll claims his yearly sacrifice," or "Tho nix has taken him." Out of Kuropo, also, tho accidental drowning of a per son is attributed to a similar seizure, and tho Blamcso dreads tho Pnuk, or water spirit, that selzca bathers and drags them tinder to his dwelling. The Sioux Indians have n similar fancy, and tell how men havo boon drowned by Unk-Tahe, tho water monster. For tho intno reason. It appears, tho Kamtclmduls, far from helping, a man out of tho water, would drown him by Xorec. It rcocued by any ohanco no ono would recolvo him Into his house or glvo him rood. Tho Chinese reluo tnnce to save a man rrom drowning arise? rrom quite a different belief -It being supposed that tho spirit of a person who has met his doath in this way continues to flit along tho nttrfaoo of tho water until It hns caused by drowning tho death of n fellow-oreut-tiro. A chinaman, therefore, who at tempts to rescue another from drown ing Is considered to Incur the hatred of tho uneasy spirit, which Is desirous, oven at tho oxpense of a man's Itfo, to rncnpe from Its wanderings. Rotton Qlobc. forclkn lloilUi la tli Hir, Dr. Durnett, In an article In thn Philadelphia "Polyclinic," laya dowu the following rules concerning the re moval ot foreign bodies from the ears ot children: (1) Always examine an car said to contain a foreign body, and find out whether such is tho case before endeavoring to remove tho foreign sub stance (2) WhaUoovor a ohlld puts into ita ear, or allows to be placed there, Is placed there easily and pain lessly and can bo easily and pain lessly removed by any physlolan who can properly syringe the ear. (3) A foreign substance was navor known to be Impacted Into a child's oar by tho cniiu, neither has a foreign body over been Impacted In the ear by syringing. (4) When Impaction has oeaurred. or any Injury to the ear. after the inser tion ot an Inanimate aubstanee by the ohlld Into Its ear. aueh lnlurlta liavn been tho result of Instrumental endeav ors at extraetlon by mmhs of pro Was. nooks, roreops, ete. The latter ara never ueetled by any one at flr.t the syringe will autlleo u all oases where no violence has been exorted upon the ear. Instruments of any othor kind should never lm nmntnviui at any time by any hand but the nioit Kiuexi. Md t! Ifarnionlic, "You didn't fasten your eesay with a bltto ribbon, as you usually do," s&ld tho editor ot the magazine. "No," an swered the contributor. "My sjjnsa of harmony wouldn't permit It. Thu Is an nrtlelo on tho management of thn war, I tied It with rep tape." (Vash . Ingtou Star. to IkuUbk Ultsnlicm. "In the beginning," said tho eornfed philosopher, "man is muUi ooneornul1 that his llttlo wife's heart aka.ll aJwiyti bo light Later, ha pays mora oit&d tloa to tho w sight ot Oil blaoult." 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