A.mniiiun vi iï, aepi.. iy. - i'urues arnvna here froiu Phlladelphla gay t lint ut the reception at the Aeademy of MuhIc Frlüay nlKlit, .Mrs. ('levelaud refused to shake handi wltli or penk to Uovernor or Mrs. Koraker. They were in line dlrectly behlnd the Oovernor of Pennsylvanla, auu when lntrodoced to the President lie sbook hands, but Mr Cleveland on bearing the name clrew back and decllned to recognlze tbem. The statement Is apparently well authenticaled. The above is a (Hspatch publisbed 11 the daily papers. Such tlilngs are pettish and narrow, and Mrs. Cleveland wlll soon lose her tame for sweetncss and all that sort of thlnr, f 8he allows herself to act tliat wiiy. Be gracious to all, Frankle, and makc them understand in go doing that your positlon is impregnable, and not effcctcd in the least by anyone's words or actious.