ON DIVERS TOPICS. Tacoma, Wash., has a well one hundred hun-dred feet deep from which the wind blows continually. As there is fifty feet of water in the well the source of the wind is a mystery. Of the once powerful tribe of Tonko-wa Tonko-wa Indians only seventy-eight members remain. They occupy a reservation that was once the home of the Isez Per-ces, Per-ces, embracing 90.000 acres. A chcroh in an Arkansas town has this legend in conspicuous letters in the rear of and a little to the right of the pulpit: "The Lord Will Provide.". To the left, and equally conspicuous, is the request: ''Please do not spit on the floor." On-e of the popular superstitions of the negro of antebellum days was that if a honeysuckle had forced its way through the chinks of the cabin and was growing inside, as it often did, it was a sure indication that they had not led upright lives. A practical joke w hich the best man at an autumn wedding perpetrated was to deliver to the porter of the parlor car in which he saw them off a sealed telegraph envelope .with instructions to deliver it at a certain station. The darky duly did so and the groom broke the seal to have a small avalanche of rice pour through his fingers.