There are a good many Judscn "pipe stories," floatiug arouud. Here is auother one froru a Detroit paper: "The reason for Judsoirs soreüsss is said to lie in the reappointmeut oí Food Comrnissiouer Gorsvenor, with svhom Judson has been ou bad terms for sorne time past. The differeaees between Judson and Gorsvenor havj beeu adjusted witbin the past week. While their relatious are uot esacüy of the Daniou aud Pythias ordfr, they are recouciJed to eaoh other. Eaoh is williug that the other shouJd live - mr! at the expense of the state. Wheu Judson learued that Grosvenor was to be reappointed he tore his hair and acted very much like the hero of Mr. Gilbert's "Nancy Belle. '" Judson said if Grosvenor was to be reappointed, he wotildn't tako anythiug. He would go back to Washtena.w couuty, buy cattle, and like A. J. Sawyer, before he would sy.bmit (o such au iinpositiou. Finally Jtidsou aud Grosvenor were hanled iuto one cage, and Trainer Pingreo proceeded to make a happy fattüy of theni. His effort was tolerably suocessfnl. and Jndson ánd Grosveuor will work together for the good of reform."'