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, ' The Excitement la France. 1
To understand the extreme excitement
which the Panama inquiry produces iii
France we must recollect that it involves
, the whole question of the fitness of the
sovereign power to exercise its functions.
The dispute among Frenchmen the
" radical dispute which underlies all oth-
, ers is whether universal suffrage, un
controlled and unguided either by a
monarch, a Caesar or a claes, is compe
tent to create for itself a sovereign pow
er. ' That it has created one in the as-
" eembly is not questioned. ' That body
can, in practice, dismiss the president
, did do it in M. Grevy's case; can compel
any minister or cabinet to resign; can
nominate their successors and can pass
any law whatever that it thinks is de
sirable for France. .' Its action is not
arrested by any veto, and it is not liable
to penal dissolution without the consent
of. that half of itself which is called the
senate, a consent which it might be very
difficult to extort. . Indeed, the chamber
itself must often be consulted, for it
must pass the budget before a dissolu
tion can be safe, and the budget is often
delayed to the very expiration of the
legal term.. , : ;
'' ; The assembly is in fact sovereign, and
and deputies taken together are proved
ated bribery, the deduction is painfully
obvious. Universal suffrage has failed
to elect nn honpst sovereiim nnwnr
London Saturday Review.
Interesting Miuoarl Suits. "',,..
Kansas city men who did not vote in
.1890 and the late election are to be
' sued by the city to test a peculiar law.
The charter provides that voters who do
not vote at the general city election
every two years shall be charged with a
poll tax of $250 each. The registration
books of the city show that there were
several thousand voters who did not ex-
ArmRA r.Tifllr rirrlif nf frannVinnft ln.at onr-iiio.
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At 250 each these men owe the city a
large amount, and as that sum or any
part of it would come very handy just
now the city counselor has taken the
first step toward collecting it. The money
so collected goes into the sanitary fund.
. 1 1. 1- 1 Vnvmfi4a 1 . . 4-.. nn t . . . nm 4-n n a
monev that would otherwise be taken
. xrom tne revenue tuna ror other purposes
is appropnatea ror sanitary purposes.
Half of the best known business men
and manufacturers, professional men
and capitalists, those who have large
. property interests, will, find their names
. on tne iistot aelmquents. ;l he men who
imo luuiswv uijouuj lubcitnifOU iu a Lilian
am .j., 4-t.. . ... i . . ..
cial way in the government of the city
.are the men who seem to take no part in
politics' and neglect to vote. Cor, Chi
cago News-Record.' v
Labonchere'a Share In a Journal.
Since there is no longer any conceal
ment necessary with regard to the sev
erance of Mr. Labouchere's connection
with The Daily News 1 may mention
that the price paid, for his share in the
newspaper was 90,0Qfi. when he first
became connected with the proprietorship
of the paper, more than five and twenty
' years ago, he paid the representatives of
the outgoing or deceased shareholder
11,000 for the holding of which he has
now receives a sum more than sufficient
to start a morning newspaper of his own.
Nothing is yet known as to his inten
tions, but it is regarded as by no means
impossible that, in conjunction with Sir
Charles Dilke. who has Ions' wished to
own or have an interest in a daily paper,
some plan may be adopted by which the
fivai-iftasi n, AiaaffnfaA aAlfala aa Aim.
tinguished from the ministerialists, will
? have an organ of their own. Leeds Mer-
cury. -: - - "
Nerves and Nerve.',
After a seven years' courtship George
Bailey, a well to do farmer, and Esther
Bailey, his cousin, have made two at-
r.ATnntfl r.f irflt marriflrl in Knranrh Pn.
within two weeks, and the wedding is
off. The ceremony was to have been
performed Wednesday of last week, and
' a large number of guests were present.
Suddenly the prospective bride disap
peared and was found locked in her
room. To her parents' appeals to come
out she only replied, "I'm too nervous!
I'm too nervous! It'll have to be put off!"
to Monday. Monday came and the bride
was over her nervousness and ready with
the guests. But now the bridegroom did
not come. Instead he sent this message:
Tm not nervous, On the contrary, I've
got nerve enough to postpone this wed
ding indefinitely." And it was posir
poned. Philadelphia Record.
a Coi'gh. with, a Weak Sys
s tem, Consumption with Weak
Lungs, or Disease with Loss
of Flesh. .Take . ,
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for any ailment resulting from
poor nourishment, Physieians,
the world over, endorse it.
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' .-, A Floating Hotel,
"I wonder," said George Hayser at the
Victoria yesterday, "that there is no
scheme for a big floating hotel on the
lake during the World's fair, modeled
after the one just completed in Maine,
and which will soon be sent to Florida
waters to cruise or float, whichever term
may be right. I saw it before I left
Maine. It is an immense and rather un
wieldly looking affair, and an outside
view is not particularly prepossessing,
but its interior decoration and the ar
rangements for the convenience and com
fort of guests equal almost any of the
land hotels, except that it lacks the met
ropolitan character of our large city
hotels and has too much of a sporting
flavor to suit the average man who is
not a Nimrod or a Walton. It will be
patronized chiefly by sporting men who
will hunt and fish in southern waters.
To take the place of cabs, which always
stand on the outside of hotels, there are
rows of skiffs, and the umbrella receivers,
instead of being full of umbrellas and
canes, have fishing rods in them.
"Undoubtedly many gentlemen will
bring their families with them, so the
parlors and ballrooms are fitted up as in
land hotels. It is a slow moving craft,
and I suppose most of the time it will be
stationary, only moving from place to
place as. reports of good hunting or fish
ing reach the manager. Most of the
hunting expeditions will be made in
small boats up into the bayous and riv
ers and swamps. The management will
probably be entirely free from the an
noyance of dead beats and hotel sharps,
for if they should be detected out on the
ocean they might be used as bait for the
fishes. Chicago Tribune. .,
, Advertising as Vanderbllt's Guest.
. The following unique advertisement
has appeared in The Times, and also,
with a trifling variation, in The Morning
' Mr. R. W. Davey, of London, has arrived at
New York on hia return trip from Central
America, and is at present the guest of Mr
Vanderbilt, the millionaire.
Never before having heard of Mr. R
W. Davey, of London, I am burning for
more information concerning this mdi-
vidual. Who is R. W. Davey? What
has he been doing in America? Why is
the fact of his being the guest of Mr.
Vanderbilt deemed of sufficient public
interest for publication as an advertise
ment in the London papers? Who wants
to know where R. W. Davey has been?
Who cares where he is now? Evidently
R, W. Davey has a large circle of ac
quaintances who are deeply concerned
about his movement, and I shall be glad
if any of them will enlighten me on the
above points. London Truth.
A Discharged Engineer's Suit.
One of the - strangest actioris ever
brought in the Lawrence county courts
has just been commenced by W. P; Nye
against the Pittsburg company, which
has been improving the new town of
Ellwood. Mr. Nye' states that he is a lo
comotive engineer. Sept. 23, 1890, he
was induced by "the Pittsburg company
to accept a position as engineer on the
Beaver Valley railroad at $80 a month,
which was increased by working over
time to $100. '
: On the representations of the company
that he would have a permanent posi
tion he bought a house and lot from the
Pittsburg company for $1,750, agreeing
to pay $120 every three months until the
whole amount was paid. July 81, 1892,
he was discharged, as he says, without
cause. He ceased to pay for his house,
and now he asks $2,000 from the com
pany for breach of contract. Meadville
. Don't Judge by Appearances.
A one legged street beggar who, rain
or shine, sits every day with outstretched
hand on the steps of a warehouse in a
down town cross street is quite a philos
opher in his way. He says that, so far
as his experience goes, little can be
judged regarding the benevolence of men
or women by their appearance. Some
times, he says, he will see a man ap
proaching who seems to be the personi
fication of charity allied with opulence.
The beggar stretches forth his hand with
confidence, but withdraws it with disap
pointment. Then there hurries by a Me-
phistophelian looking creature, seedy
perhaps, with a cynical smile on his face,
who drops a quarter into the beseeching
palm. Among women, the beggar asserts,
the best dressed are seldom the most
charitable. There are exceptions to the
rule, of course, but the prevalent theory
that a street beggar can "size up", a pe
destrian by his appearance is erroneous.
New York World. " -.
' Unwritten Laws of Society.
There are four principles of life, which
consist of good manners, politeness, cour
tesy, good breeding and savoir falre, and
happy is the man or woman who knows so
well these laws of good society that they
are a charm, a happiness and a boon to all
those who fall beneath the spell of these
admirable qualities, for the perfect manner
is the best letter of introduction. It is the
courtesy we extend toward each other. It
is the passport of good breeding and the
savoir faire that enables us to know what
to say and what to leave unsaid. It is the
foundation of the respect we have for our
neighbors, our friends and ourselves. Good
Sore Eyes from Too Much Soap.
A physician writes: "I think it cruel to
allow the face and eyes to be washed over
with soap in the coarse and rough way in
which 1 have often seen it done. Some
nurses seem to take a sort of morbid delight
In its employment in this way. Even to an
adult, soap in the eyes is a very painful
ordeal to go through; in the end it in
variably produces chronic, sometimes acute
ophthalmia. In washing children's faces
with soap use tine flannel, a sponge or the
Annie's Unlucky Doll.
Little Annie was a very good mother to
all her dolls, but not one of them did she
think as much of as poor, unfortunate Mar
tha, who had passed through many trials
and was sorely afflicted. , She once had
beautiful black eyes and long, golden curls,
and could cry, and because she was so pretty
Annie delighted to take care of her. - She
bad a companion doll, but Annie was a
little tired of her, and when either doll had
been naughty the old doll was sure to get
whipped more than she deserved. ' .
One day Martha fell and broke a large
piece out of her chin, and Annie's Borrow
was great. The tears ran down her cheeks,
and taking up dolly she tried to comfort
her. Come to your mother," she said,
"and I will rock you tos'eep, and when you
wake up I will mend your chin and make
you comfortel." So she rocked Martha in
a tiny cradle and tucked the sheet over her
face to bide the hole in her chin and put
her in the closet till afternoon. ' .
Then when Annie's father came home
she was brought out and the dreadful
wound shown to him, and be was asked to
mend it. So he took some wax and heated
it, and put it carefully over the chin and
soon made her look as good as new.- Annie
lumped up and down with delight and
took dolly in her arms and told her not to
mind it, as she could not get cold through
that hole in her chin any longer. , .
One day Annie had a tea pcrty for her
dolls. She had a table, with pretty toy
cups and saucers, a tablecloth, napkin
rings at each plate, and chairs for the
guests. And who do you think the guests
weref .. :r ' ' X '
On one side of the little table was a grown
up chair, on which were standing in a row
a wooden goat, two cats, a monkey and an
old woman doll.-' On the next side was the
"darling love of a doll" (as Annie called
her), with the mended chin. On the third
side was the unhappy doll who got all the
whippings, and on the fourth side was Moth
er Annie, wishing the- hole .in the favor
ite's chin was not stopped up, for it would
have been a beautiful place to poke in bread
and cake. It would seem so much like eat
ing. Annie did all the eating also, and
just as she was finishing the last morsel of
cake Martha happened to tumble off the
chair. This new accident made her head
very weak, and it would keep turning round
and round, so that sometimes her eyes were
toward her Dace and she would look very
A Little Girl Among Flowers.
The queen of Holland on her husband's
last birthday presented him with an enor
mous bouquet of flowers, of the kind used
on benefit nights at the opera in Italy, so
heavy that it required several serving men
to carry it. As it was brought close to the
throne the kmg stooped forward to exam
ine it, when amid the flowers the head of
his little daughter popped out, to the sur
prise and amusement of the monarch and
the whole court. London Tit-Bits. '
Why Ladle Was Puzzled. '
Aunt Jessie was taking little Lucile to
visit Aunt Hattie at a small place called
Iola. In the confusion of approaching each
station Lucile did not notice the brakeman
calling out the names, but just before
reaching their destination the door opened
and "Iola", was shouted out, whereupon
Iiucile whispered to Aunt Jessie, How did
he know we were going there, auntie?"
Exchange. ';, " ' ' 1 '
- A Morning Grievance.
I like to dust, and I like to sew, - ' '
And I like to water the fishes; .
I like to weed, and I like to hoe;
But, oh, how I hate to wash dish est
I wish a dish had never been madel '
But what's the good of wishes?
Mamma is calling, and I'm afraid ;
I must do those breakfast dishes!
Youth's Companion. .
. A Happy Family. .. t
At Central park, in New York city, may
be seen a happy family, the like of which,
possibly, cannot be met anywhere else in
the world. It consists of a number of frisky
young hares and the slowest and most
ancient looking of tortoises.. The tortoises,
however, are not as old as they appear.
When grown to their full size they will
weigh hundreds of pounds apiece and be
quite able to carry men upon their backs
The tortoises are part of a number brought
from the (ialapagos islands several yearn
ago to the Natural History museum af
Although rather clumsy pets, the crea
tures are entirely harmless. ! The little
saucy hares that share quarters with them
at Central park play around, about and all
over them, as if they were so many great
bowlders, which indeed they somewhat re
semble. St. Nicholas. . ;
A Lively Storm. . .
First Boy Woo! This is a awful storm.
Isn't it? ' Just hear the wind!
Second Boy Pop read in the paper that
this was only the tail end of a big storm
that's movin across the country. , , ,
Klrst JJoy Well, mebby It Is, but it's
switchin its tail pretty hard, isn't it? Good
News. -. - '
' What Chrysanthemums Are For.
"Hello!" said Tommy when he first saw
a chrysanthemum. "Thatfs the plant they
raise doll baby's wigs n,I guess." Har
per's Bazar. i; ..-
; ; The Moral in Doubt. : i i ;
Bather an odd accident happened to a
young woman on Park iow on Friday
She was handsomely dressed, wearing
for a wrap one of the new double decked,
balloon rigged capes of velvet, trimmed
with fur and lined with colored silk
She was about crossing the street when
two men seized her and began pulling
and patting the precious cape with their
hands. -''';: '' "
i The woman - was badly scared, turned
as white as a sheet, and simply stood
helpless, gazing at the antics of the men
who were dancing about her. and who
she thought were highwaymen trying to
make off with her new winter wrap
Presently the men tipped their hats' and
explained that the garment they had been
treating seemingly so roughly had been
ablaze. ( Sure enough, there was a big
ngly, black hole eaten out of the velvet
of one of the front folds. Probably the
wearer , in passing : some smoker had
caught a spark from a cigar or pipe. She
thanked the gallants who had come to her
rescue and then went on her way, hiding
as best she could the damaged part of the
garment. It is a question whether the
moral of this story is that men should
not smoke in the street or women should,
not wear the new f angled cape. New
York Times.'-? i '-'.- ( , , ' . ';'
. s . Negroes In Washington. "; ? t, , ! ;
There are 2,&94 negroes employed in
Washington by the. government, and
they draw from the treasury, in salaries
about $2,000,000 ta year. ' , Naturally the
defeat of the Republican party was a
severe blow to them, for, being Repub
licans themselves, -they expect to be re
moved by the Cleveland administration
in so far as they are not protected by the
civil service rules. A large number of
them, however; may be happily dis
appointed, although men like. ex-Senator
Bruce, who; receives $18,000 a year as
recorder of deeds in the ' District of
Columbia, are very likely to be acceler
ated into private life. 1,1
In all there are between 73,000 and
80,000 negroes who live at the national
capital, arid their accumulation of
wealth is now very large. Among them,
too, are many of the ' best educated
young men of the race, who ought to be
scattered , among 'their people in the
south helping to elevate the general con
dition of the negroes.1 Springfield Re
publican. (.f.,W.; ,. ; "
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No other plaster has been produced which
gains so many testimonials of high value
as those continuously accorded to All
cock's Poeous Plaster, and the only mo
tive for these exceptional commendations
is the fact that it is a medicinal and phar
maceutical preparation of superior value.
Beware of imitations. . .Ask for and insist
upon Allcock's. . . : ,
ueandekth's .TILLS are a good corrective.
The man who went into the countrv for " rest
and change" says the waiters got most of his
change and the landlord the rest. . . ; - .-
' S10O REWARD, " WlOO.
The readers of this Danerwill be cleased to
learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tne only positive cure now known to the med
ical fraternity. Catarrh , being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and muonus surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease and giving the patient strength
Dy Duuaing up tne constitution ana assisting
nature in doing its work. The Dronrietors have
so much faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars foi any case that it
lanstocure. Sena tor list oi testimonials. Ad
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neuralgia and kindred derangements. We
do not "catch cold " if we are m good condi
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in consequence doing its dutv. we live in full
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No Constipation follows their use. Put
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' Clara 1 am going to ask seoa to get me a bl,
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yiara jmo; out i nave consulted a aressmafar.
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Sedatives and opiates won't do it. These ner
vines do not make the nerves strong, and tailing
to do this, fall short of producing the essential
oi meir qmeiuae vigor. Ana wane in extreme
cases -and these only of -nervous irritation
such drugB may be advisable, their frequent use
is nigniy prejudicial to tne aencate. organism
upon which they act, and in Older to renew
tlieir quieting effect increased and dangerous
doses eventually become necessary. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is an efficient substitute for
such pernicious drugs. It quiets the nerves by
Dracing, toning, strengthening tnem. Tne con
nection btween weakness of the nervous sys
tem and that of the organs of digestion is a
strong and sympathetic link. The Bitters by
imparting a healthful impulse to the digestive
and assimilating functions promotes through
out the whole svstem a vigor In which .the
nerves come in for a large share. Use the Bitters
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trouuie. -.- - . - .
If the Senators have rattled the skeletons in
the nartv closet as loner as thev desire, will thev
kindly close the door and proceed to' business'?
The California Midwinter' International
Exposition has given first award, Gold
medal, for Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,
and Horticultural Requisites : first award.
Gold Medal, for Sweet Pea Seeds, superior
quality and largest variety: first award,
Gold Medal, for Sweet Pea Blossoms; first
award.-Gold Medal.' for Ornamental and
Decorative Plants (in all cases the highest
awards in these departments) to the Sunset
eeed and riant uo. oi Ban f rancisco.
This house also received a Gold Medal
from the World's Columbian Exposition
of 1893 at Chicago. ' Although in business
for less than three years, they are 'now the
representative and leading depot on the
Pacific Coast for the supply of everything
required for the Farm, Garden Or Orchard,
and have justly earned the awards granted
tnem. . 4 ...... ,j
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At breakfast:. "Will you pass the sugar T"
said the Senator's wife. " Have we done mnch
of anything else?" inquired the absent-minded
statesman. . , , : l"
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Hot weather always has a weakening, de
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Thes engines are acknowledgea hy expert en
gineers to be wortjixot- highest commendation
ior Bimpuciiy, niKn-Ktaa
Battery ;, te systencof ignition -is simple, inex
pensive and tellable.' .." ...
For pumping; outflfi for irrieatihg purpose
no better engine can be fpuud. pn the Paoifle
Coast. - ' ' -''
For hoistinr oatflu for1 mines they have mat
With highest approval-,-. , .... - .
' For intermittent power their economy limn-
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PORTLAND, , y. ORECON.
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