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CITY CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1889
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS - 2
AtchUon, Lt-nvcnwo'tb, St. Joicph, Kansas
City, St. Louis and nil points South,
East nnd West.
Tlc illrcct line to. 1ft. Scott, I'nrsons.
Wichita, Hutchhuon nnd nil principal
points In Knnsns.
The only roml to the Great Hot Springs
of Arknnnns, Pullman Sixeit.uh and
Frcu RrcuNi.su Cham Cars un all
H.G. HAM, R. P. R. MILLAR,
Pitt Ti" ARcn Gcn'l Agent.
NORTH and SOUTH
1044 O STREET.
Owns nnd operate 5.500 miles of thoroughly
Quipped rond tn Illinois, Wuconsln, Iowa,,
Mlsourl,Mium'S0tn nnd Dakota. ,, .,
it Is the lient Direct Itoute betwwn nil tbo
Prluclpnl Points In the Northwest, Southwest
nd Far West. .
For maps, tlmo (utiles, rates of nnssngo nnd
freight, etc., nuply to nenrcst station agent oJ
Chicago, Milwaukee a St. Paul Raii.
way, or to nny Railroad Agent nnywhere Is
It M tU.EH, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
n.nml l',f'r floil'l Inii. AT'kt Act.
F. TUCKER, GEO. H. HEAFFOUp,
Un. Ocn' Mgr. Asst. U. 1. & T. Agt.
twVo: Information In referenee to ?jindt
ud Towns owned Uy the Chicago, Milwau
kee A Bt. Paul Hnllwny S-'tl'&iuvi:
O. HAUOA,Uind ComiuMoner.Mlllwaukeo
Fremont, Elkhorn & Mo. Valley
JSpOperntes and con.
trols Its own service
MILWAUKEE, SIOUX CITY
MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
"JjfjJI TO AXjXj
(W Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to
U points In United Butes and Canada.
Yefrtlbule Sleepers, Palatial Dining Cars and
Union Depots, i
CITY TICKET OFFICE 1
115 Bouth 10th strwt, - Lincoln
GEO. Ml FOKESMAN", Agent.
a. O, Bout, J. K. Hucbakax,
General M'ger. an'U'M. Ag 't
MRS. KAT'liEIUNE CHASE.
A TALK WITH A WOMAN WHO
HELPED MAKE HISTORY.
HU Hit n I'nrtii Nrnr WiuliliiRtnii Now
Whloli Hhn Mnuairrs llnwolf Tim llntigli
(cr f Ono of tlm "War SecretnrlrV
Wtin.o I.lfn Him Is Writing.
Wahiii.noto.v, Aug. Q. On a hill over
looking tlio capital city, in a houso so old
tlmt nolKHly known when It was built,
lives .Mm. Kutliotlno Chaso. Tlio former
social queen nnd national belle la still ft
lienutirul woman. "Thcro Is only ono
accomplishment of which I am proud,"
slwunys. "and tlmt is tlio art of taking
caro f onu'n solf. I do claim to bo n mas
tor of that art, not only for myself, but
for my children. I am nlwnys well, nnd
for a woman to bo nlways well is in
theso times to bo quito abnormal extra
ordinary. I havo had my sliaro of trou
tiles in this world, but ovon my greatest
troubles I havo endeavored to bear in a
philosophic manner. Since becoming a
farmer I havo learned that it is very bad
policy to borrow inonoy, but- oven bor
rowing money is proforablo to borrowing
troubl . I never borrow either." .
"Then you arc a farmer now?"
"Oh, yes. My placo hero I mnnngo nil
alone. I havo a farmer, but ho works
rnthorlhnn manages. If I had to pay
for suporlntcndcnco I am afraid I
shouldn't mako fanning pay. What I
don't know about farming I try to make
up in caution. All my plana aro very
carefully laid. Hero, bco, I havo sketches
of idl my ileitis. Tlieso I mark just how
I want them plowed and planted, mid
then take good caro that my plans aro
followed. Often I go out into tlio Ileitis
and literally follow tlio plow, walking
along behind tlio farmer as ho turns the
first furrows, wntchlng to bco that ho
lays out tlio ground nicely. Then I como
Into tlio house, go up stairs and look out
tlio windows to hoo how tlio work np
Jwars from a bird's eyo viow."
Mrs. Chase's house stands on a hill
almost in the center of tlio farm, and a
viow from tlio windows brings all tlio
Melds within easy rungo of tho eyo. Ono of
Mrs. Chuso's theories is that with small
additional trouble and no extra expense
n llttlo landscape art can bo applied to
practical agriculture. Though sho has
not as yet worked out nil her ideas in
this direction, ono would havo to travel
n long ways to find a prettier farm than
tho ono which lies along tlio slopes of
Edgowood. Mrs. Chaso not only man
ages tho farm, but gees almost overy day
to town to buy supplies. Everything
that comes to the place is purchased by
hor, from reaper to wrench, from draught
horso to pullet. Sho is a good financier,
and actually manages to mako her farm
ot'somo llfty acres pay a handsomo profit.
It is nn exceedingly valuable farm.
But a mllo from tho o'.ty limits, and only
two miles from tlio Capitol, it Is already
surrounded by suburban villas. An oleo
trio railway runs through tho property,
making it exceedingly desirable as n Eito
for dwellings, nnd ovory day of her llfo
tho handsomo and amiable mistress of
Edgowood Js collc-J upon by reaj estate
operators who want wfrurcHaso tho farm
and subdivide it into lots. Mrs. Chae
Is not ready to sell. Her Idea is that the
farm, for which sho could now got prol
ably $2,000 an acre, will ultimately bring
twico or thrlco as much, and that her
children will, somo years hence, havo
greater need of tho proceeds than thoy
have now. Besides, Mrs. Chaso loves
tho old placo, nnd hopes to lie able to
keep it ns long as bIio lives. It has hal
lowed memories of her father clinging
about it, and Mrs. Chaso's lovo for her
father is deep and tender.
Mrs. Chaso is now engaged upon a task
that could lie fairly called a labor of this
lovo. Sho is writing tho life of her
father, Salmon Portland Chaso. Sho has
been engaged nt this for threo or four
years, and cannot yet say when tho first
volume will appear. "I work very
hard," sho said tho other day whtlo slt
tlng'on tbo veranda of Edgowood houso
looking down upon tho Capitol that was
tho scene of 60 many of her father's tri
umps, "but find Uiat I am making slow
progress. I rarely .retire beforo 2 or 8
o'clock in the morning, becauso I llko to.
work after everybody elsuds asleep and I
know 1 shall not bo disturbed. In this
work I am harassed by a wealth of ma
terial. You nave no Idea or tlio enor
mous quantity of stuff that has poured
in upon me. Letters, newspaper articles
and documents aro stacked up two or
three feet thick all around tho shelves
of my work room. Tlio most precious
material I havo is my father's diary.
Throughout his public career it was his
dnily habit lieforo going to bed to tako
a few minutes or sometimes half an
hour to jot down memoranda concern
ing tho occurrences of tho day. In this
way ho has left behind him a record of
overy cabinet meeting that was held
whllo ho was secretary of tho treasury.
It la a record which cannot bo disputed,
and which 'probably nobody will try to
discuto when it is inado public. This
dlafy I prizo so 11151117, not only be
cause it was kopt by my father, but for
Its' intrinsic worth as a contribution to
history, that I kpep it in a burglar
proof, fireproof vault. Whilo, tho actors
In thoso scenes still lived tho state se
crets recorded in my father's diary
could not havo been inado 'public with
out a violation of tho proprieties. Dut
now that tho men aro dead, tlie diary
does not belong to mo, but to tho coun
try,' and tho country shall have it. A
great deal of my manuscript is finished,
and I hope soon to bo able to get out the
first volutno, though of tho many offers
made to mo by publishers I havo not yet
"I am working carefully and slowly,
bocauso I do not want a singlo statement
in my book that cannot bo supported by
tho proofs. I do not want to bo com.
polled nftcr publication to wish a singlo
lino of it had been omittod. I am un
willing to write history as Mr. Hay ami
Mr. Nlcolay havo been doing it by tho
distortion of facts, tho quoting of parts
of sentences, the omission of vital words
and other garblings. I cannot afford to
da my work in that manner. It Is my
present intention to issuo tho Ixwk In
two volumes, tho first to deal with tho
period in which my fnther wai a mem
ber of tho Lincoln cabinet. My father's
career was really divided Into four
epochs! First was his natural career as n
Iirlvnto citizen nnd lawyer; then camo
its career as governor of Ohio and sena
tor of tho United States, involving nil
tho great questions of thoso times fitato
rights, Mixsouri compromise nnd tho
Kansas-Nebraska bill) third, and to my
mind most Important of all, was his nor
vlco as a nioinbor of tho government
during tho war and his creation of tho
fiscal system, which historians havo al
ready declared savnl tho Union. My
father's uervices to his country In this
respect linvo, of courso, loon appreciated
in n general way by Ills countrymen,
but tho keenest insight into tho vnhto of
thoso services, tlio licst comprehension
of what thoy signified, I havo found,
oddly enough, nmong distinguished for
eigners, notably Mr. Morgan, founder
and London partner of the great firm of
Droxol, Morg' n & Co."
In tho fort'icomlug volutno Mrs. Chaso
will not pndcavor to glvo many of her
personal recollections of tho great men
and women whom sho has mot on both
sides of tho Atlantic. Sho says sho is
not fond of gossip, and that tho writing
of her recollections would bo to her a
dlfllcult and ungrateful task. Such a
book sho tuny bring out later on, but for
the present her hopes and her energies
nro fustoncd upon tlio llfo of her father.
No one is so competent ns sho to describe
tho career, tho dally llfo and work of tho
great statesman. Uy circumstances as
much as by disposition forced into tho
self reliance of womanhood whllo yet a
mero girl, her father early learned to
trust her witli Ills conlldonco nnd to seek
her advice. When no mora than 14
years old sho was at tho head of
hor father's houso, tho governor's
mansion, at Columbus, O. Even nt that
tender age sho had iniluonco in tho af
fairs of state. Politicians sought her
friendship, nnd mothers and fathers,
eager for pardons for their erring sons,
counted tho bnttlo half won if they could
enlist tho governor's daughter on their
side. Yet sho know her father well
enough to havo a very firm conviction
that it would novcr do to ask him for
clemency on any but tho lwst of grounds,
nnd bo she formed tho habit of carefully
investigating overy enso that was pre
sented to her. When sho tnndo her re
port, cither for or against a pardon, tho
governor usually ratified with his slgna
turo and tho seal of tho stnto tho conclu
sions of his girl minister. Governor
Chaso found tho girl so apt at this work
that ho naturally fell into tho habit of
turning many of his pardon cases over
"It oftcu wrung my heart to disap
point tho petitioners by handing in an
ndverso report," says Mrs. Chaso. "Thero
was ono case I will remember to my dy
ing day. Tlio mother of a convict camo
to rny houso lo saonio. I was busy al
tlio moment with another caller, and tho
woman Eat down on tho doorstep. Pres
ently our big cat walked up to her purr
Ingly, and tho poor woman seized tho
cat, held it in her arms and said: 'Kitty,
you know tho troublo I am in, don't you?
You would help mo oui of it if you
could, wouldn't you, Kitty?' And then
sho told tho cat tho wholo story of how
her boy had been led Into ovil ways by
bad companions and finally sent to tho
penitentiary. It wasdono sonnturally
hor heart was bo full sho had to pour out
her anguish on somebody that Iwas
deeply allected. But tho circumstances
wero such that I could not recommend
tho young man's pardon."
Miss Chase took warm interest in tho
public institutions of her state. Sho
was known to tho Inmates of tho homes
and asylums, and it Is said that at ono
timo sho know overy prisoner nt tho pen
itentiary by name. Largely through
her efforts, put forth before sho was a
woman, tho Ohio idiot asylum, still a
useful institution, was founded.
"I can hardly remember when my
father did not placo confidence in mo far
beyond my years," says Mrs. Chase.
"When I was a mero chick of u girl,
not moro than 7 or 8, wo lived in tlio
outskirts of Cincinnati, where father
practiced law. Every evening he used
to drive homo along tho turnpiko, ho nnd
I together. Tho horso was n fiery,
speedy animal, which very much dis
liked to havo nny other horso pass it on
tho road. To mako matters worso, tills
turnpiko was used by tho owners of
fast horses as a speeding track, and
great numbers of sulkies wero whizzing
along In both directions at tho hour
when wo usually drovo homo. Well,
father had a habit of sitting in tho car
riage entirely oblivious to everything
that was going on about him. On such
occasions ho handed tho llnc3 to mo, ap
parently with full confidenco that I could
maungo tho spirited animal and escape
all tho dangers of tho road. How I con
trived to get fathor and myself homo
alivo is moro than I over understood.
Probably it was tho capacity of the
In speaking generally of tho national
sin of decrying peoplo when their backs
aro turned, Mrs. Chaso said: "My father
was a model mau in this respect, if in no
other, In all tlio years of my confiden
tial relationship with him I novcr heard
him utter a disparaging word of any ono."
Mrs. Chaso has with her at Edgowood
her three daughters and a son, tho last
named, and eldest of tho children, being
now nearly 23. Ho is employed in a
printing otllco, but wishes to becomo n
civil engineer. Tho eldest daughter,
Ethel, now 10, and a bright and pretty
girl, has been in Now York studying for
tho Ptage. Sho worked bo hard that her
health was threatened, and Mrs. Chase
brought her home for a long rest. The
Misses Spraguo aro all accomplished and
daring lwrsowomen, and are often Been
galloping along the country roads. It
would not bo easy to find a moro Inter
esting family. Tlio remarkablo woman
viho engaged tho confidenco of many
great statesmen, and from whom even
Abraham Lincoln has said he was often
glad to take advice, is as vivacious and
fascinating as when tho social world was
at her feet. Walteh Wcllman.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Tho wheat yield In Kansas is estimated st
0-1,000,000 bushels, which is Just doublo that
of last year.
A Washington county, O., fanner 1)0 years
old nfislsts tlio hands In (ho harvest floKI.
A gentleman of Pouoma. Cat., says that
only II vo days havo pokmmI sinco March, 16SS,
that ho has not had fresh strawberries on his
Tho actual consumption of sugar by tho
peoplo of tho United Kingdom amounted In
1S83 to 1,033,000 tons, Tho consumption In
1BSS was 100,000 tons mora than in lt3.
Tho Ilulgnrlnn government has concluded
a loon of S,000,000 with a Now York bank.
A syndicate was prepared to ndnnco 00,
000,000 to tho government.
Aluminum for dental purocs Is said to Iw
coming Into favor. It Is pronounced better
than rubber, being bright, strong, odorless
and wholesumo, nnd less costly than gold,
Orinitli Williams and a family of eight
havo loft for Wales. Thoy nro survivors of
tho Johnstown flood. Ono of tho children,
who was lorn in tho attlo of a houxo that
was floating along tho stream, has been chris
i Havana dispatch says that numerous
fissures havo suddenly nppeared In tho earth
near Mntauzas and havo created -;reat alarm
among tho Inhabitants of thnt vicinity. Somo
of tho fissures nro COO feet long, "I foot wid
and SO feet docp.
A Cincinnati man usod 10,000 gallons of
water on his lu wn last year. Ills uclghbor
trusted to ProvMcnco to sprbiklo his, and
when tho fall cntno ho had tho best lawn.
Eighteen Cincinnati grocers offer their cus
tomers 3 per cent, discount If they will carry
homo their purchases. They can afford to
do oven bHtcr than this, ns somo of them
hnvo to l;eop as many ns eight hones, wag
ons and drivers.
A purso of $10 was put up that two Ar
kansas men might mako a test as to which
could stand tho mosquitoes tho longest. Doth
stripped and sat down lu n swamp. Ono
gave In after twenty minutes, and tho other
stood It ten minutes longer.
Tho nntlvo doctors of China aro to a great
extent solf constituted. Any orsou who is
lu want of a livelihood, and who can road
nnd write sulllclently well to be nblo to copy
out proscriptions from n medical book, can
tot up In practice without fear of govern
ment or other Interference
To bo ambitious of truo honor, of tho truo
glory and perfection of our natures, is tho
very priuelplo and incentive of vlrtuo; but
to bo ambitious of titles, of place, of coro
monlal rcioct8 and civil pageantry Is as
vnln ami little ns tho things aroswhtchwo
court. Sir P. Sidney.
A Greenland expedition lias been planned
for uoxt summer. Seven men, under tho
command of un officer of tho DauUh royal
nnvy, will leavo Copenhagen In tho spring,
taking with them provisions sufficient for
two and a half yours. Their destination will
bo tho cast coast of Greenland, nud they will
cxploro it between tho degrees of W nud 73
Ono method of keeping tho railroad track
clear of saud near tho Caspian sea Is to poak
tho road led with sea water. In other places
it is protected with an armor of clay. Pali
sades are erected somotiuics to stop drifting.
Another method employed Is tho cultivation
of hardy plants, such as aro used for tho
samo purpoiw on tho banish coast.
Thcro aro fow that aro not nvvaro, at ono
tlmo of their life or another, that thoy know
a better way of living, of doing. Goodness
consists in living thus better, In doing thus
better. What is noodod, then, is a school for
learning, not so much whnt is to bo dono as
to do what wo know ought to bo done, Ivan
A now candle has been brought out which
extinguishes itself in an hour. This It does
by means of a tiny extinguisher of tin, which
is fastened In tho wax by wires, and which
effectually performs its task. It Is only nec
essary to removo this dimlnuti vo oxtingulshcr
when Its work is dono, nnd thocaudlo U again
ready to bum another hour.
TJ10 hugo organ for tho town hall, Sydney,
has been completed in Loudon. Its most re
markablo feature Is a sixty-four foot stop.
Tho lowest note of tho stop, expressed In
organ builders' languago as "CCCCC," Is two
octaves below tho lowest C on tho pianoforte,
and n. It gives only eight vibrations in a
second It cannot bo perceived as a note at alL
Its effect lies wholly in the extraordinary
richness aud power of Its upper harmouics, by
which It ro-enforces notes given by tho higher
Wurncil Away from Urazil.
Emigrants to Brazil aro warned by tho expe
riences reported of thoso from Great Britain.
Up to now tho fatluro of British immigration
in Brazil, has been appalling. Cnnauea had
at ono tlmo -M British colonists, whoso sur
vivors left in despair In 1878. Tbcro nro now
only threo British families thero in tho forest
without any road in any direction. Assuu
guy, which U ouly sixty miles from Curitiba,
tho capital of Paranca, has now only about 100
British colonists out of 1,000 who wero plant
ed thcro somo twenty years ago, tho remainder
having all died, or, like thoso at Cananca,
having boon transported back to England
nnd Ireland at tho public expenso and In tbo
utmost misery nnd degradation. Even to
day no sort of roads for carts havo been
mado to Assunguy from any where, although
the hard working Central Immigration society
mado a special request lu tho namo of tbo rca
lduo of tho colonists at Assunguy as lately as
May, 1SSS. Although Italians aro supposed
to withstand tho climate better, thero has
been a perfect blight upon Italian Immigrant
children during 18S3 lu tho provlnco of Sao
Paula Londou Letter,
Origin or Vitality.
What is tho vital spark which nulmatcs or
gnnlo llfo I Tho origin of vitality is as truly
ono of nature's dark secrets, utterly htddon
from (ho eyo of tho bclentulo man of today ns
from tho perceptions of tho earnest Inquirers
of 4,000 years ago. Tbnr is more known of
tho mtthoJ of its manifestations nnd growth
than they know, but whether a correlative or
substantive of heat, light or electricity,
whether measurable or Immeasurable, thero
,ls ono thing pretty well ascertained, and that
Is that thuro is a fixed quantity apportioned
to things and to mankind, and that vitality
U an individual allotment, a separate charac
teristic, so to speak, bestowed upon each In
dividual member of tbo organic creation, no
two things of tho snmo variety and genus ro
eclvlug tho samo quantity. New York Tele
gram. No Samples.
This llttlo reconter reminds me of a young
teacher who stood high in his profession
throughout tho state, but whoso easy manners
and convention and absolute lack of da
gogtcal air caused him to bo classed as every
thing but a teacher when off his native heath.
Bitting down opposite a traveling man one
day in tho col's, tho latter immediately leaned .
forward and inquired: i ,
"Say, pard, what lino do you carryr
"Don't carry nny samples, do youf" St.
rul Pioneer Press.
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