They met in Wall street and shook haods. "Delightfnl weather, this," said one; "keen, bracing air, you know. By the way, who was that young f ello w 1 saw in your office yesterday?" "That? Oh, that was my keen bracing heir - braced me for a hnndred, and waa keen enough to get it, too." And yet that night at the Windsoi they seemed to be as friendly as ever.- New York Times. James Garfield, the secón d son of President Garfield, was recently married al Chicago to Miss Helen Newell, daughtei of John Newell, president of the Lakt Shore and Michigan railroad. Mr. Garfield was graduated with his brothei Harry at Williams college in 1885. Lord Salisbury is the hardest worked member of the English government. Rarely has the f oreign office had so much business on hand, and Lord Salisburj has been reading and writing dispatches twelve to fpurteen honrs a day for weeks.