The Daily equator-Democrat
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Title: The Daily equator-Democrat
Portion of title: Daily equator Democrat
Alternate Title: Equator-Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Equator Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1889
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 9, no. 251 (Mar. 26, 1889).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042453
oclc - 01556730
notis - AKN0317
lccn - sn 95026773
System ID: UF00086520:00002
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Preceded by: Equator-el Ecuador
Preceded by: Key West Democrat

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""Caclo ,It slo.. ..wl...y pro unoed and such ladliese as thy hti chooeand I
'oh W to estly re pe di t alg with Thoese other mets will be rOL L
After him. ThMe dlbj we raid. Am the of people wh are the lineal descendant of -
S9"Iswr,"tbeou,:'oloalnghlspye.s,added, The conunittee on art have arranged do. n ooiI
-help m; God," signs for the hall, In which the Amerlcan tWbWa Eue,
.""The Natidone" dhonal Glonelor, W ThenCthenter I ,1"It Is done," ld the chancellor. Then agle, the after of His Country, th t Te t wh ever
The National Glory WW Cnter turning to the multitude, he iold In a loud Spangledl Banner Peaoe, Victor, Fortune, arrived uannounhlt the International
in N.CW Yoo'- rk April 30,17 Gerg Wshiton0 p tne Geiu of the ,pubw Lbery, e d th Hotel, on Park Row, reached that house at
Ie New o ApreB 8 ^ 30 mS"Lo ive Georgo Washington, presidentGodde of Js lce wll proeonted an earlo hour yesterday win. T
of the nitod Statesl" most hpreossivestylesof art. Bronze nca z .. .. s,-- e
Tllll IIAV III Instly the flag was run up to the top of have also tben struck, having on one side a proprietor didn't know just what was oom.
TIIR r u the taf tho cupola of Fedral hall, and all medallion of Washington and on the other ing, when a powerful colored man ascended
the boels of the city broke forth it once. appropriate Inscriptions. These are to be the stairs with what appeared to be a iltge
'romn WAih.ilso to .aslmn--wIsr .Mo.^ t1 i8,ll "^ '1 thosails wore roepoated again and .again, commIttef and the draping of the ,. a wi
Cu0nlttleon Was Adopta-ae6 : le,. 1 6 'andoanun boomed from every point ofthe be arranged In varou colors, namely removed from the supposed innt, Chief
n si, of the New Repubtle-Wshlg ----- c ompas from land and water. Although a the general government, in red, white nd -lerk Quick nearly fainted, for under the
is Tri n id century hasid, what American can read blue for the army, light blue, for the bk6twa seen the ead of a middle-
t,'.'huTrait n_ Triplt Marehltlab--IIetelen ans wth--O-i o this i pairingg theme without feeling Is dark blue, and for the other committeead .
,au urnton-A ,ty' rowth-o1 pul thr new d eonta in aproplate colors, aged negro, Thue chin ant upper lip wore
11,1 or aenuts eo Aprit e al 90 Sd 0' -----. The great dag of April 80 wUl begn covered with a Slavy growth of hair,, and
HI' PERSON AND CHARACTER. with a demonstration unique in Itself, and the face of the strange bundle was really
tlsy i. 14su1a. WashIngton was at that time.7 y ol, which could probably occur in no other cou- an attractive one. BRlow the nook all
Ueorge WashingMton was the herof and was stated by tho do whoknew the world at ratit d a s that i left of the boy of this strange u-
to,,oiucoesful and loastod etructiverevolu., hnm Intimately, had outgrown that awk- n teArin reu'o a bio d atl te talth r
erntsof all the grtat religious dividnal n e
tin,, ro"~rdwt hminStory.oa wHis InaugWgt/ls .,itM wih narkod hzn h Ag,,rlca have cumbinl ii, a9h length,. ad with the .exception,, presv- .
the inception of a new u t atitudnof most wonderful and rkind i o quest toa the people of their respective beliefs lyn o eh organs wlh keep haim alive,
the Inception of a new government t .n .i J RAdotok an.is bompetey nn yiea. his lear
the chief novelty of te new goversae ait His figure was neither awkward the irats comple t d ue. lreg
consisted pot so much in its form, for t : He was six tofee three Inches I around than a walking stick, have the a
ontlaioed little that w new, but Vitl ndidly tioned thlly dovolof w earane, and give ot the ring when
apIpllatio of prInciples admitted ldot t ht. ae had a long en muscular struck, of one or m etal,
to that time, but generally ilgnorev4*e e nd a Toery largo and, Me motions wart I n Th eoo fo di eu a
declaratlon of radical principles by.a Aob w stu d
thei sanguinar string e with poeicn bal EuAelY'd 1 I A that o eontlomintn. He was fond ot so r tb of age his left leg began to s
the system of oit oal et sprofeoy the eni oytng the good things of life, and in 'y and two ears later the strange
Engillh in their revolution of theieventeenth trip l ide of his Intimates he indulged in a dieasetook possession of his right foot
century, received but little addition In the quiet humor and was sensitive to the beauty a.OTION 7r Tua UsaTOR1o ltn.uo.* In 1862 hl~rght hand and arm became
Declaration of Independonet but what the 4a goo d to throughout the country to unite at 9 o'clock solely bone. be next year his left arm
Dutchand the English could not do by reason ter 's return to the senate In religious services, demonstrating that the was affected and in 1867 his neck "set,"
of their old environment, the Amerloans, chamber de very of the address, he, with union o civil and religious liberty is now so as he expresses It, and sce that time he
marvelously favored by a sparse population ,both uoBof congress and many others, complete that men of every faith meet under has been powerless to move and has fbit
in a. immonse oqun'ry, and the melf rtloan e t on foot to lSt Paul's chapel on a common flag at the call of rector, rabbt n pain, e has a good appetite and a-
of pioneers, resolutely t themselves to makedivine service was per- pastor or minister to return thanks to a person of a most genial and
practicalo nin of formed by ishop Provost, when the pre common God of the Jew and the Christian sunny temperament. Hle ohas never be6
The beginning of the American republic dent was esortedto his own house In the for the liberties we enjoy. At 9 o'clock all on public exhibition and has, he safe,
now stands forth an era far more Importait evening the city was illuminated In a style the bells of the city will peal, and all the come to thil oty to give the medical phi.
than that of Magna Charts or the Petition of unparalleled in America, and which drew churches will be open for religious services fession a chance to study his strange
Rlight&m. Its centennial will, therefore, be forth praise even from visiting Frenchmen It is to be hoped this will be the case I evey ase.-N, Y. World.
celebrated in New York city with all the en- ._and other foreigners. The theatre in John prt o the U ated States. As Dr. Provost,
thusamu of the first inauguration added to street was a blaze of light, the front covered bishop of New York and chaplain of the n- e g other hants Protect
the confidence born of a hundred years so with transparencies, one f which represented ate, conducted the services 100 years ago, so Aoatlon
oe. President Harrison will arrive by the Fame like an angel descending from heaven Bishop Potter, of Now York, assisted by thed .
auno route,and will pa over the sameseenes to crown Washington with immortality, In Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, rector of Trinity and The Merchants Protective Assootation
In New Jersey as did President Washington. Bowlinr n were numerous transpt~e St. Paul's church, will conduct the services met at their rooms over Larkin o
lie will embark in like manner at RBlsabeth oes ie ieing WashIngton and the dfer. on thamoruing cf April 80. store, corner of Sinet toe. and Plemi g

T.hieN .dte o oa n od apasstth onencnen the agverme t etAp i g aor rang Ih the hrormnctim thlo calaen ehebot, whi U oof paitins eprsetn 0t 4, Jh G WoTio n the air, wa o a deato
l o.t, oN. J, and pan thec f onf alovermet, met in Federal ohal ad a ad counted 'the whee f e'aite u ,i uie ..prumii, n't -of federation ongs and vor of th w vernment presided alhe ay committee will thn te o

disath b oathto a the toot of Wall st reet. i p betrnters^, l -u wu n hol ree roam an aro wo te.
amnolig the vneols of all nations, as Wasuing- gencevvote, GeorgeM ntivng ever the cited States aid tolok t011 m)',th1 or ot,.n,, Western ter-ritory, the live persons at the o erby Justice and W cisao, Columbifa, to the seof the s-idnt amid parts, at lastevenin th
..vtsGioi tre veansman of all Cihnations, ca. osgon for I)rspfitnLpm m John Adam enougP Early ot the morning ()I A1d dWe, the head chir. the m-eln o" ,o t aned m a t etery ,o u Intebe it at t he ste p ofl tnd su becrt r Hrt
oar dlII will be formally welcomed by the ne frl elnm b J ndm hen I reported that ver house In the city at the corner of Wall and Nastu street t
moer and city o a iolais Washington was toelet hibn vice sdeu. Charles Thomp- booming of cani,. mid tlimo 1,ilmgg of bells cahapl a in. orf.ongrs s was mnatedsh rllaneitls obeIng looking towardsd Broad, wtleo the forlo t rn*
4"111 he re-.cevh e d with the ame ealue, and rtary of n oufederation c ongr annou ht go im arrived at and persems in the suit o tered, h ts of theh French cauntd Spanish minerist r literary oxoreise will be held, beginning at lb eei ate ad a .r
bey receive d roi secrea r y doo y oMed sounhedratoun o se bd- pre.Ba er dob
ioly r v the Tsame lutend was i Al d h ount Ver- izabetmpo, N J., amil iolie was oil., lieutenant governor, chancellor, chief justice whose teof t o Feach h e.al nthedorsh. t on amtd eons dera Ii wtrl was tad
r rallyt!! observe the same routnlea ....... o .. Pet bth y h wa e an ooo. er,,, who tried to outdo each otho half pt 10 The R Richard 8, an on a o s
/, ,. __ epnou with the oloi notlicatieon to the preo d tirely suspem koI. At Ellziatmitho rt the pros-' and judges.f t-e speme o utD. .ew a wIndow of the French minister's hcu e will offer the prayer If his health erits, a in te quetlon for which the meeti
d ae ut-elect,ake and Syl e lus Bouornefb satled t one a i.demoft.l.t ots Yorko and mayor of the city; also that ter. were bordered with brilant. amps shining pom will be read by the ven rale Q e o ac n.
TH CONreikTUTIONAL FATHERS boat thrrou'- Lou* Island seund on n d be services in all thecuc ltor the rhe
:" Theante history of Washington's Inau. the th of April for oston with the formal cit 9 o'clock in te morning, which a upon aerou paintings representing the o, o an Greemleaf Whittier The ion. o o t or rae a
-Chdoatincoiedy rsdndarsomilh anc Pei mAi wi h e ... e.hd wr hen d ol te at ion of er js
p. guitioit will, tho 'rore, be a sort of ad vanoo notice to John Ap d then pie were sqnes o retend; that r present of Ame lican history.' harncy 1. Depow wil ton dvelr te las meeting, o min a ton" fono
Johd nrmoon tof tAe afite thed to athen he No
prografnme of-the #"ni onhe the coming Federal hall bad,, thoroughly rofurt- i Un t ee af eo th tn er er.. aout the doanio eorsr o rtWhSaisho mn raamid of the rcra lwroasr aarrd a "
ith t of AP, Miloe 1 iurh ary sketch will, tished and remede. 'for the occasion. In r ice the vrocss mlo ati that the nuino. ...o f the Graces an d.In.. wnowa rou cspea befelytin a e as pa eHue of'
ipr t pie l 1,.eoar to on t ron rot wre four dOr columns and a pdi- 0oath should be takn about nlon and that Ituree araeod t p ib o ofn the o mmh teictrio t nt e Repre entativeas was next read, and,- .-n .i
dthe1 othe friontlmig the mont, tsohe cormlaes 4tel; arranged in thirteen the ro chpi sAo ud h a on of tel f e all the batteris of all the forts a. fu t. ..
,-fir4t pros d ent, and Ii slousslena, which squares, each of whch contaimed a star, and aUl' c h he spec......tators so a to present the on sol n t a commite.e of etyoes oa ef y
o n of aeartrhel eord tn hoh i o the er Ond mdiately ofatheshisnorat tter s r itp m. One of nthtehet shrs wfi fhia Bry si',p "n sgat n wt t he Bnomar of 'wmio int
o'and the worst In .reatb tol the gen. Ovae r a ste American eale amid e th'e tn o- -ny t. Vtge its rig. wit lanterns so ,as oto twnty-one guns, and thea military r.. ..

mmo th ate the a amefrlo cal'g oveG- de n pj, Over i a elsov red threearmstofbthe -spE -i-ea--Bs. d ribe d th uner retprtrop yn rami oy sGer an B displa wl then hat we b lven the o mmit' hsel ectingln Mr. on s to he
plc and^s the diverge few 'e and
politcyhand thedew verge m 9 f rows, nnwd in olive branches, all o iblim.. pte Hrtuu D ou A b s 1-,'nN R erh st b;e- heldae Oo -
le-oei...timthoo Imposig structure a truly Tiey tr a n e sut of i '- New o o n e-.L r a om nroe e ooni
p grammepwative of 're south, wothad wonations i as lo to rnen -tr.r t. Ahaw en so b to Wr =1 l p a e tie kM o.e1. .

u .t ga laure in t e north, d .be onfedtpotionw .afrorurpotryly ri" ""y, tereb o Livingo n. theadottenrt or etee o
seewoalisw-a P.s.s ..brleoin pt., lonn achmbed ":Mitnig tones summoned the people to religious,' 5 e the dproeelay l c th of B H g aq. r e. l s-ap- aiode_ asr '

ItHi tin 'Yo too ELCTOthlll center. TheOn son- ee,--rit U a the h
t f i ano r Th rfni'n the h e. n a .. vice, Immediately after whi the procession treasury building h 'the Wahington edi ueng Pierce 8'''o d |ar o-Ua
-te .~ wyreatpi* tiTrio a es car at wh e o eras formed In the fod owila g order but as this would require the sonewemn.. (II ... s ..
,e'ftore give to It t an earhgatv io dcp toa 'IIn the oentsr of iat d o mora nI at t nd w to te ws mi ia y mov t o,. of baking nles tbeo thet os bki @-,

all* ceilg of light blue was a sun and t irteen r apn Stokes. ti the of p omra l ueft in narrow Wall street, it wasde
... Washinmgton was th fore In a pecul. stars. Its fire places were lined by polished Arti' d w wkeolerye b. that he should r wreviewa from 'thot standW etm tsA"
ar wm Ne the princil creator of the now varlegatea American a ble, and the presi aj. Van oorns. on Baioad street opposite. eBy this Ia
"government Butie causes for local Joel. dent's chair w elevated three feetabove G o tales, Wuder pt. Ho rmnea TALu D tm a d my tiS oooia wa found that were even oft tha w o e
ouay which weonitoearstodefoating object the floor under a crimson canopy. Near it .- ea mun Umenadlers, asy Attired, under Baunma was the finest America had ever parade to pas the reviewing stand th i Fda ev 'th I
mt ,here be borneln y hiu tatbly 9SS^ reiwd waon large ton towk t-we oI oB re a al ter ey --o..-Ia dr ioh6ni& Og. door o u.tiwaid poth bal-l tweU1 o^ 1 t
Isubbri ttto wr hInt Thenaaofthrgea "ay, aromdBowling Green, along the with civic and military organization Willam, thedyv te wif of( Moo
fumr g'eat branqhese of the MaucaaU April, 18n9, wetl assembled the reeallyri r ofna "Gfu llvv iew ofth"ee m1e wpinic le. p=a ein the broab ar streets andA and Drs tilim, l hsl i
cto'- ild six. distinct sald somewhat un- mutative men of the U aeiw In t xexz., Commite poftel Spenuate ^ squares wIe It ean ob thb orn0,- at a brie illness, at the a E
frloepily roligii@a : ThesTh Puritan, Dutch I. b' 'VITO PresIdet l n a Chariot Drawn by Four sTHe 8rs .. It sany e pressen a3 S mthsan 2 das s av
an,' /wedls I....ts and Lutherans; the ARRIVAL. OF WASHINGTON. oongreos, af which Elias dnot was chair- Harm THE 8 I-ENTENNIAL. 0.0 people, io sn many are present, .otamd,
.,, .o-+.mn .a.n beyn .e..... heads and th deprtmnt in apniranc; of thei, and on "b Sher'ida was orinallyn andn oal1 oid anoT '
I .1Aulaurs, Vatholioesud Episonllaus, Ei rt enison, from few Y-k Peter mananfdby the healsof thedapartmnents inllelta Fiftyyrs e n i-em. Sheridan was o y.dsga as gr husd o nlyte chlid (a babe w4 couths
111 itaUls ton Thereau Huguenots. The Irish M- ylan Akm, the oonfeaerltioi, namely: Johun Jay, secre.- OmsOo al. .o thc Wenonaos thwasceebraited mrh Sc hsat honor.m m ou rnthirlss..
Of he emaloins y otir, lrim wH ee ne n f ella, no na-- tpry of foeig Itf-m*lrs; Join Rn Oox secretary Commnittee of the RdprgsentatlV0s1, by the N ew York Hi storci wolet r April been most Appropriately confr ed. a a m o
E teoiiitlgrtlaom w o -o e ril, from Virginia, were appointed of war or 1t ivit m, cdihancer llor of leo. Mr. Jay ar p ef frorma Aairs 188. The ac omplished John .'* offcia successor, Miaj. G Scofeld. rroi
Miley of VIRWotladlnotM In eny anr co and th and th. q prepared the house of -r. Osgod, thur Le and Walter lJvinaieton rom-mis Obsanmellor Uvrton onoe oen= more a and in IOte n o at the Metropolitan Opera Hou% wr h wmanndws keo in tew
of,. ntIn anyam con- tely ocupie b ythepreideto c soners of the treasury, IEbenoezer Hazard. I Vt r aothoAmeou Uea, mron of mmnoetl o YTwYork eovereior8guests t are' useul nda sef.ondin she
som e 'ort The hou is now Fran klIn p etmm autr g nenveral, m i &he m mayor unt u A t Federal ball the troops m assed In clos the Wovem e n, to ereTM a colossal th say pm i n wi w s f ge r s na u e n
-- te lquat% at the ornte of Cherryo she en ed In, her wholmr infcmal entep tedh
t" 'the I'm* ut It was oelt trident that Io t r recorder of thb city o rder on Wall and Broad streets. Washin, statu of W .n the same spot g I ene mo n '"
itdor tll~pt.I relwaious elements tohld pro. A large and handasomnie r, 'led nd to passed through and was conducted to the where he too6 oath. The ne. dulst parade, of whic only the general fore a long, useful and hap
draped or the purpose was i ate cham-ber according to the profrm ss o e aa 44a ...ew day and faatur have been rmangrd In anvanr
cm.tuilent white uniform', and commanded by coSn 4Sir, the senate an hone of rep t Joh the persons IntreI. Fron, every a t o
'1 e nmsmplet e D t w r y l dw ~ ita nt(M ,1 *vore of chu ch an sat un erm James h o n te m fl we. W ash ington was, elv es of the United Btates are ready to att n t hm *the n e and territory, every at od mine, every
p,.eum,,d of a ,'niou of the two in some of ;N.1%l seated In this, amid as It ,,,mv.d slowly f.'m you to t.ke the oath required by the costi.- hundredth annIversary of Washington's en- u.t of"'the .ountry'gri-cuiturai. aun tian o e -m-
tme suits till long after the adoption of the 1%-'the Jersy suoo otnmP barges, mnelfuhy dce tutlon, which will be adumiiutered by the trance. into Now Vork city, the upveng fctured, .will be reprotuonml in tile parae. in ,Fo' chldhood a mnr of
iremt purelyecuar national onitu l orated, fell finto line behind It, The pro anlorofthostateof York." took la ufounatel in the .arges wit riagroups ant. appropr- h l Pas, sheu receive te iL .
..row i tt. p e nat ion c the state of N^ Y ork. "it e e t ^ I nI o of ,e o wsrf oh ant. on d
Jealousies inheent In the riligions of the lJ i ion moved throuil time ,arrow strait between "I Am ready to proceed," ,sas the reply, ist 0.o dmre n rla .George W. Lane, te paintings ,will present every dtatilof a of thePastor on .....r
original stocks were very slowly eliminated, N-ow_ Jersey adl .tten Island, and many They then passed to the tacony In the or- president of the hmb.r of commercepro. ti-nal evolution fromt the l anding euf rotdheo of God-aorned
amud thoso growing out of local interests in boats atd veesa s fell r taw its wake. As it derprowrbed. Broad and: Wall street hn% ided. Richard S. Ster.s offered prayer. ten I aleigh -and the Pilgrims to the Ifor aRe Lord-her-reain wee barn.,
trade and mavlgation were most persistent of .d a flldloe'b Island, a sr.e.p mIs aiongsi.de each direction presented a compact mas of Royal Phillips, In behalf of the chamber of ration of Presidet Benja.min larrimo a theofig vist h huro t
all. Hloue the instincts of the people looked h bearing a v-. uitteo-rchoir ortwommty-fveo adlo upturned faces, and it II remarked that eov1 omesr e, rweo e respecting the work. theceyvst concoursattening.

wmecoi M ee.~ t uomn wmnsse~ "_ lw _.,p. m mi~snjpp flp..l + and handkerchin+_uefs.Flower .eli InIve ic dear, toteIae m/ at t rlutms atons sd varous o waseweo me's, owno~ -. a .. ." .=;.

Jl ~ ~ ~ Je omm WEL-~t the^^.n WWW^ and q. mor 4i Ip Aprt 106 wfflbe ma by a dWtagmofmar% anoItsaslieges~ fromt the *prtown" IN.^t&9(
fft'n tme 10tree inte alonti' -eoolvft visitors 2nd oomSgrgatuistous of rl of Ifrw York i* ,~ *L adte 6ltymAd "them W ON m-
." 4th' rE rry af Sobtyli alu p ola p.bli "teth e g ment te bat larly tOr fMro every section of mth .i,. n
M i throv"4 bo.4' -pS2Svat2s crStimmUr tovet"GIMMS11o< 911a n t u ON Nhe!^~rw k7y IU 011 their progrm poirtny t .- am *
Il o a e re t o rou ab r n vg d uing tedia te o ltWem of utlt tl m U b t "r -'" "
lie >,.l, te ,, potd th In thirat do
'soaAs he 'th Wuuntl '01111.9 ''mud theltI~ M0~ 4 am tineary liiitodo
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..oa. tI.owrd upon hils bh fromn aSleh, a ie t from evety part-of thalmJouIlngoun-. be hHSbo en, I aht J U U o Jn l.I
p^*seBtO tebisatr .sn t a 'n ilNei* 14giand. New Yarkvbhad Renard a* 64011 the nmd
s: t of t m titud Atm- ituto aven fre had' sba nlultltud.. Ol1ik t 10 i
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Ao i't %as-e oda. Acoa 9 uf e p-lbcd C mInh avaof h "Mu- bowar taim of A t he a *l o o
lts Ig'tll 49W>sj.Ad l anntt of the two twe ii a r Al beat G1!M iSIQNSWSb o
"t, adoas" w it a1.t t-ort fre m a mt o by mlaw fo.r tha 'i P3 .
git i te bet bI.W, thday -All 0he hoqeed Io the city we'erli. mad t e '
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.:4 At themn time eab Ada= was ap 0m-the' *tif the committee of the twoI1A Mte
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+., +d. .d ....e 9 t ,1 v. I | ,.'n ,,. .u .he t t e o l., ,e %. -.. Vol i.". *, .. .. .
,ed I..w .e. t, asberted frm the 01Wen.- .... B .U -
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70 O-, PUisaBT, or m A5, WASL WasTe, hossw of Wtill and from MTV- 'ami smhstasia. telair he 1.ie AtiBOTU OAT9. *< am Ar '
obtained untU Apri I A e ad padtE b a vA'
that the del)gm Paq .a~shs4 .tc aWi5 O *U0III an5 tba ddi vht'Vv $be* Wo im40L~l1dYV' ahaIr
sobe, solid old, iaarfsrol3ka"dOn*Wtb __ rame attipsa i limb r niniv e N a .we rno linniin x 'utarh gr231IjnOq^tun e, Et-
Spl^d~y^&vfB^ Jay,~hWi^ etlet,* twdh tlU.Jy mii ll. datomeg~i~T* tTir HTlfw 1USs?> ffi* TWINE^^ ff 591A5000., itli--t
Apr!l ichard Henry, Lee tnid frtu in Ad lameeala'4dm h os i~ta l~ ~flhWe
ginia and completedal oto 9WUI~ 0ap do&mi 0N16 hts: pryadd it, of 91*~W~er
50ilate.^ 4 0ahd^ -a'e A ^ -s ^ mm1 "*".- -
On '*mriw:jjq 60" PA b 4* loc-t-.
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KEY WEST, FLA., APRIL 27.'881:.

Publishers and Proprietors.
Office, in Equator Building, Front St. oar
nor of Duval. Telephone' 30
joIit'i'IiPTION ItA'I'l'4
.' I M .'ii l,51l'61 1 i'UHO lh.... .. ... .... 14X1
AIl "1tl4,41t'14l iit I tro1 n I tAl nilice.
'il i. 1 lirril v ry Vl a nlll I lt ie llte 141114 )
S l,%iii'y Illltilt1' r r*.r r,* by law,
.rl o lrl il o 41t l, Il.* witithy. .llf art,

7'/11/ NEIh" ('ofMil.'l.10.V.
I i view of the action of the Boardi of
Tiilad nlt thlir lleooting 'Tihuriday evening,
iI nll)l|iuithil M|M)I, Wiml. Curry, Hamnel
Ilil'r'I tiawl 0. \V, Allen a commiltto uof
thlllu, t liLet with the comulittoee of three
olel ul Ilhat slight by the Merchants iPro-
teltiVe A.4ituiltioli, it will be well to cou-
Hlk.r thiu Itiulifications f Commisionier(s
I1. sit forth or lidlicatelillu the not as it
pllised llil. Hiulse.
lirst Ihty ,iiust be property hollers, and
H 'iiil l lh lIy Iniit not becowue contractors.
Aecioring to the Constittilon, they must
inot li lllUih ers oif the United States or of
the i Stt .
MaIlly Igooid oltizniln will be excluded
froiin tihl ciuhidoriitiii o1 ltheo point cow.
ilittI, wilii th 'y itl' t for iotiolo. Motto
If 11i1' il'ri',,lltlitivo iit lous will nak to be
oxiloil i'l 1in 1i'ilit of agei nud dianblity,
alw tllhl il1s 1i'y 14mek lto lbu exaiced beculote
if llilri lli of priv ttu hit'ersbt, or bofielieuse
tity )' would e'k tiontrallts froii tlhe (iul.
i11'Miiill'1trM, or oick ZCluil ol (i tlihe trointl
oit' wfiit lf Inilithl, inclinaltion or ehrink
froin tithe I'tim if reCslponsihibilily thi unwlur.-
tikin 1111iilllriilly liiitotsos.
'I'l ef)j it n trll t of tIthe character pro-
tI l fi r ir' yV oIll.s nid withollt coilpOlellin-
ti Will l be lai ti rlo iiprsuil nterillic onu
tht ll' irt of lily o4' u oil ill4 1 45i n 111i1sm A11n, il
M o11. lllhuilU m 4 I1llI], it 1111ii of igoo11d bllllHUin b
lirnii'i, tno iilitltlIr vwhnt Ilis voontion, in re-
qinlrei. It i\ to I)l hoped that whlli the
volHlilolvl I,,ivu i Iinii roiichidland un simeK
'lll li 4l)l| lllll l lllt i. iplu w ill li 4t a tl 4il tholu
fill or Pl-iiiiilli ral Ist14 h11, N, o 111111 call0 be
4e Whlh11 14lit hie f iloe, i li fo
t il illvuid have Ien( of tthe Imile k nail
t typi wlin ll his noi) oiuiSls litS hoi)uo.
r .o <(omlUlio.ioolr n11311t le illull of 0e411,i-
C ity, .iirgy anil integrity. They i1ust bnhi
stelrf-.m erificlig; thluy li)ist seIrve withoilt
S pay. Will our peuopll, whelln clioice i1
oIlls Ollh I1t] the (ltovrnior llshoul hefiul It,
4111sti hi lto tlin1 falilt? Will thoy trust a
o) 4I'ly of their Ilot aIini onr not? lThat ll4 nll
hilpolrtnuit qiluttloio. Tho ranlik( of tihe
4 louiiiion i41ion formed'1h sh141hi .1f osible,
,nott hIn broklln iuto) ly tile thoullihtloss as-
mialtm utf tih) l luplo, If the ('oluinlsalollori
Snr.i Sluow tthy may be hire. .Lt4 they lire
l1it, ti :s 0 bY l 4t4isinlktikeu.0P hi0 1u)r.
taki41tii4 \si4 oe f ltOb hu44d,0i ll 41aiterort to
XKeli W hat, 7 ettht e th oonniluunos are
i 11i!46 by tihe Goernor antd tonufrmed by
1 Hounto, tuny we all be enabled to ig
eCtly, it IN woll alone,
4 referinlce to selecting nnules the no-
tion of tho lioatl of t ide and the Metr-
chanut Protootle Asecillation in no wise
naiiirps the right of other orgaulzrationa or
(of inl lliual citizouns to address the
Uiovorefor upon the subject, Those lbus
inies organizations act for themselves it
what they believe to be for the beat inter-
f. eat of thd community at large, and their
character andi purpoo warrants them in
asnuming to be representative bodiaN iu Just
:'neuh an enmergenoy as-bas now arisen.
Theor silence and want Of action would
S Ibe treason to the spirit and scope of their
l owl work. It is at just Suich times as this
that they should be seen and heard. Itps
at ji at ouhi times that they should act.
" There is a, demenul now upon our people
for intelligent united action, There is n4
uproere onoessaty for union of action. The
legislature have made the coinmiaslou nou.
partisan, but naturally the dominant party
of the State responsible for the creation
of tlhe Commission, should dominate a n
inehinbers on the Commuission, That is fair,
oil the democracy responsible, but give
S the minnority a voice. When we consider
that all our local political charge goes into
the hands of this Commiasilon, may we,
irrespectlvo of party,aupport their hands in
nil work for the common good, and may
we nil lay aside loooal ad personal jeal-
onsloe nui) strike alone for the common
weal, .
Kny West, April 16th 1880,
Till' editor of the Athens (Teon.) Post
baa forsaken the ranks of Democracy, with
his paper, and gone over to the iepnblioan
fold, on the Protection issue, he holding
that "the development of manufacturers
in tho South depends largely upon teb
suoceu of republicaa prinolples."
Commenting upon this, the New York
World says that "1( the qdilor beleveela
the perpetuation of a wsv tariff be ldo-
quite right in joining hls Eepubll.ai
party. That is the Bepublioan polly.
The Demooratio party favores a redaction of
the tariff upon the necesaries of the peo.
plo and an abolition of the taxes upon the
essentials of &anufaotrea. It bdlleves
that this would promote both mantufo-.
tures and the general prosperity. There is
'no other important quatioa of National

polities upon which bthe two parties are so
plainly divided as they are upon this. It
Is far more manly and honest in a voter
who favors theo llpnblioan*policy to open-
ly join that party than to remain with the
Democrats either to erete division in
their ranks or to attempt to gain power by
false pretense.
There is pelther oall nor room for two
high-tariff, aurplu-.spendihg, Truat-pro-
mnoting, inllilonalm.tsatening parties in
this' country. Every hos et voter should
tralan under ht own banner."

The following from the Tlaes-Unalon,
of recent dt* explains itself:
The'ptopitlon tna8ind the. eailof
Trade yesterday.'through Mr. ieo Myets,
by revesil repoMsble pa Irt who ame
anxious to, establish oigar EaetOrie l the

s a brbs of this city, will enlist the earnsto
oynilafthy a nd support of every ojterprit,
ig gotleud it this Board city. The pafor tie w
ilroposo to Invest $75,000 .or 11a00,000
withir two year h provided the people of
Jacksonville will'oontribute a bonuert of not
ess tnampa 10,00d0 to the enterprise. t. a
There Committee an Manuvofatores of thave wift's 1.,eleo.* lr. vtl eta it 1pretr.
Boerd of 'blrahed tndred then thproe pat, nd ctl,, allI il',iil .11,I 1'.fId..oonllcwill'tlh
V 4I4 1blilll 1h1.llillllll lll' u 1114!4.-e l l -
rceomoieoodd it to the Board lof Trade for ilid, '1lll. i Al lriiii.."' ,lc'.. aI. ll whlli IAre
?yI% V' l h I sI1 + i ; i i i e ; I I I varloomll pi e ironl.
its colsileration. vll and ascertain l Airll whc
Other cities have offered like iundce-e. ln, lh,, I ..'.. .ll,.l l.'i,,.6 Thloros
,," .i ...."It '" ,, u othl g Ila
mouts, Tampa has donated $0,006 toe the wvil:". ,,
illby r factories, nrio five factories have It'! .... i,1'lrl .8y 1, Itl
beeon establlhed there within the past tvllii'1,, 1vi':.l ,t l 'lls ... llyillecjn,
three yeers, increasing the population of TrIat' o. I .. I I., -i i N illd rr,
that .nerprlslg city by several thousand, ill I lomely bound book'l, by dltsx rd
n em we eprod without I' :,.' !t1 1.' i tll 1and ove
4and furilashhl employment at the rate of niVor eI lo I 1', l't.u I, lilntl 1 Ioe.e ti
$800 iui wages n eokly. Mr. Ambler, pre- 'Ihli.let lill. ri lll Ii. W PAYVI,
sidomt, appointed a committee to wait on 0 o'i'll r uuiworth Ocl e dollar. T hease.
the citizens of Jackonvlle nd ascertain ArlFlor book would ake e prent.

Tuesdny from anatord. Every proeantion tanlr y <,'o e.
whether- the required amount could be of u l b. lIull. fll. v,',' ite popwlt it tlea

lordi l oi t4' goo. fuV ewler of t eyWeth ,aarcI0 vd11 1le
allied of there is no doubt of it, The d goodIi fi 11 o.1, i:l IIg IDh: flue jewehit lry of,
Sll.41 (*ill.4i 1.1, ) Ii 4lh11. r I '( lf, e .Ia l., e was
Iripe s hloterhood of progress is represented iI4al4'44 l /It II I.|l'hi hI, iii wi ;thout beulsnt,'
by of cuturo, agriculture and mniufac. lilllB The d or lllieloy 41 a eSl' se i
ture, au alliance which cannot be divorced liu leto6 llrty dir l, I 0hrtu l ha e fdin'
slly llaitre. 3. V. DaIK
lif we would tIliy In the highest prosperity.# lln were en lver lod hki hoDsea or ve ye
'1545 wIrvI 15Clr45Iu (?to, Drawor 4, Allaestedis
,,NO CAUS, FOR F) TR M'EI7-I'-O-ow;.'VI', .. w workt lIe lktBroadway'. a'
Theo Jacksonville Times-ulon, of the Cltiep beookes
25th inst. coutaiuo the following cheer. a alnsomely bound boons, by standard
lng() item., Wich we reproduce without authors, at the Equator taltlonery Store
for the low price of fifty cent. per volume.
oumme ont: The booksl re worth tye dollar. fThse
"The only ase of yellow fever in Florida books would make handsome prosenut.
th year the one sporic reported rw n th e line themof a t.en yer le
Tuesday from Sanford, Every precaution Itltolldy ci.oole.
has een taken, and the authoites o re of Sanlnd, bemK the popular nd leading
ford feel confident oef lnianing the good nog Jeweler of Key West, has receive hpply
health of their city. There Is'not ia prtil- bo fda~gocdB, consisting in flie jewelry of
Soaus for al in Jacksonvll. The every description, Ult c a sellout Fedis-
ood rinTetter, setppof diamond, JCllbryniu
city, is ill line siuitary condition nl des- moad charms, and other pretty gifts of
pile all foolish rumors, the fact remains tarvly and precious stones, much cheaper
that it Is s1ow eoxeptionully healthy. The than one would believe they could bticold
for. There are more A.retty holiday pres.
The i mportanl e ouwh puriyh to oervo the pub. ont in his large and beautiful show-ase
lit be fovthf tly,maty be relied on for tle than were Aver n his house for five years
exAt truth nearly every one ned a fore ack"s oo n Key oWet's leading
oo to ur, ili jeweler, and we are proud of hlo enterprise.
Sblood, nd ak o to tr Call dIoot'ake a lon t for yodr. Olf. Dec .tf.
A tsD'or i Oh'uwi'ty w-ll b

[H0 and builds / up the yte, Ivn prompt attention. e 2 t.
BIeing desirous ot settling tip my bualness
here, will sell my property on tppette, nd tunthe digar.on
aonl Beach, at lSn than cotnd will
ND t T iACT Tthrow in tih lance oof a tn year's lease
efor mlilit business. Foo particulars apply
S. 9 t | |Jo an T .. A wK i il .

S1The bet salve in tile world for Wfilts,
il134stu'ee. Sores, Ulters Halt olhonliu, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped 14t0l41, Chilbllns,
Corn al l yokin ave mad up your d tEruptions, and posi-r
s oodraBaparnteed to native ducederfeto atiftn,r L
ke any oher re ded. It uPricar wr l f ea cent r
Md ineor ale by Dr Ay L. P iur oToencN,
Junoa 2 I-.vr.
The importance of purifylng the blood cn -
not be overcstliatod, for withuilt pure blood Aucxllitrym nltallltory ll.
you cannot enjoy good health. NItite is herebt y giva i that the Auxiliary
A r.t thois eai nearly every one needs Ha -Oulitary Assoclattn are now reAn y to lt. an
KorJmeliilo to prify, vie,anAprl d enrich out vanto, inks and closet by the n ptor
the blood, and we ask you to try flood's leas Excavator sypteli, Leave all orders at
Peculiar arsaar will. tbe treneived then Dr. J. or-Wthder w fie al th will be
a builds tile system, given prompt attention. 1n1e 11 5tf.
creates an appetite, sa1d tones the dlgelsln,
while it eradicates disease. The peculiMar
eombilnation, proportion, and preparation LAN K BLAN KS
vf the vegetable remedies used give to
mood's sarsaparila pcut A I&avil TilFoLAoWiNt. ll.&INiliAti are kept
tsr eliTattve powers. 14o. '* To .S* l 'li Studcd r ind cmls always bet folusW ,
.ithertedlolltlhasoudh airecord ofwonderful ith ieJquA''olt Oi.''iuI
cures. If you have made up your mind to -11orlnts.
buy Ilood's sarsaparilla do not b.aodueed to --4l aasseitlgr Lists.
take any other instead. It Is a Pecultar --lllwardIManifests.
Medicine, and Is worthy your eomidence. %V arohouse Illitry.
Ho(od's sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Cohastil Miallfsfets.
Prepared by C. I. Uood L& Co., Lowell, Mass. A Atictloneers nleports.
300 Doses One Dollar Itelt ortsand Mattifests.
-Inward passenger r Lists.,
U. S. Taxiasuny DRIPIARTidI'NT, ) -InWhr4 Foreign Maluffeost.
Orman MAniNa HoSpiTAr. SRaviox, -Outward Iore gil Matcitest.
Kir WtUT, Fla., April 27th, 1889. -Entrjfor ItnitndlateCOlistllllptionl
t EALLD proposalswlll be received at this -Withdrawal k'1itry for Coonsump-

ki umoe until noon of riiday, any ra,
1889, to furnlsh garden implimeuto, china,
glasware, and cooking utensils. etc., fir
the use of the Marine Hospital Service at
Key West, Fla. Schedules and further in-
formation may be obtained upon apploA-
tion to the undersigned. The right 'ia re-
served to waive informalities, and to reject
any or all proposal,
It, J. ?I4llnaa,
Hargeono M. 11. In Charge.
OrFnso or MoFnoW COUNer )
3o30AnD OF HALT (-
KxY WERT, Fla., April 21, 18809.
Wl the Pubtl) .
Theo nioioi lunspection of vessels and en-
foroeneuet of the quarantine system
adopted by tha State Board of Hleath of
Florida, wbhichlould have lone int9 ef-
feet April 15th, and whblch will continue to
November 80th of eaoh year has for this
year only, been patpone by the State
Board of iHeialth until May 1st of tibi year
Attention t Invited to subdivision of
Beo. 7, Quarantine and MariUtime Medical
Inspection of the BRules and Regulations of
the State Board of Health, which forbids
vessels pl1ing between any Florida port.
and any foreign or domestic port. deemed
by this Board as Infected by yellow fever,
cholera, or smallpox-and especially the
ports of the Island of Cuba-to enter said
harbor before sunrise, and to remain In
said harbor or harbors after sunset.
A violation of thIbis requirement subjects
vessel, cargo, passengers and crew to a do.
mention in quarantine of fifteen days.
By order of the Board of Health.
B. B. WHArox, President.
Secretary and Treasurer. 4.a4-10d.
Cheap fired
A large supply of Memorandum Tablets,
1 an 10eota eamhi, just received by
49,. EUvAT m Nnws Oo.

A Womws bUtseever
*Another wonderful diedove hia Bm n
miade and that too by a lidyin~tld country,
Disease had fastened itse lUtOhes upo hI.
and for Seven years ihe withstood itesaqvel
test, but her vital organs were undrmlaied
and death soeemeod imminent. For tbr
months she Coughed incessantly and old
not leep. She bought of us a bottle ofD#
King's New Discovery for Consum.p0io a
was so much relived on taking therimt doe
that she lept all night ad with one bottle
has been miraoulou c oured. Her aMAM
Is Mrs Luther Lite. Thus write W. 0
Hamrlca & Co., of Shelby. N. 0.-Get a
free trial bottle at A. Ii. Pendleton's drug

I .* W. 1 v I F -'' .. I


Milliner06001u;lsat& am peand
a" am fimodwa.

. yORlt HAVANA.-Havuin been
informed by the fSpanll> OaQnsula thin
olty that Htnealuers for Hanvian, from till
dat will have to pay 40 'tM. for every pilm.
Mnoner thilt they c rry, notice IN given
that the rate of fare to lanvana by the
Plant Line will be for
Cabin .- i ll. (1i
Steerage 8.6
Key West, April 18, 1w AAgolt,
LFOUND.-In the South Beach botwoeu
' the street' oar station and the bath
boune, invaluable article of jewelry, The
owner oan have the same by pplyving at
thip ofoe snd state what they have lost. It
LOB RBENT.:-A first oelss upright piano,
Vo Eaton St., next door to the "Oentenial
store'" E[4-O0.l..]
IAI NUTIOC.--Notiue is hereby given
1 tilt I am now prepared to receive City
Taxes or he year 1888. Tx payers will
find me at my ofctoe from 09 a.u. to 1 p. m.
And from 8 to5 p. in.


WlIv. N. WATsox,
City Tax Collector

91 FACTORY TO LET. The largb and,
handsome new Cigar Factory on
Whitehead street, known as be ,Conu-
yuerer" Factory, can be rented cheap.
It haes a capacity for three hundred cigar
makers. 'Te best of lights. A new ele-
vator' has recently been played in the
building. For further parloula R apply
to D, PomuAI.,
Apl' 0,tf. Castillo City.
bHO, B SHOB -Bave yout
yOi*Y by buying Ge celebrated
. co ihoitonne
P aiftc VdeIV. ,Aull b ended with our

tom n CB refpW ek. aeerfo
O .1045mB.
_++..Me. m

SW ,. .. a. t
in their IA! over Samuel as berta tPi.
AU me tabesro se ',edtobe proPt

O'u i,. Pasurw Teetpv

All tMders should be left at Uinl
ome-e ot T .177 Sa ton dutretet, .

too F4TO




Now in Store and

Steamer I I

S U I T rwj-- GOLD*
Straw This is one of ~' hnd- AND
ats0 some Show 'Windows -SILVER
Under contai nig a neat 8SHIRT8,
-under, andt elaborate,
Wear, dspla of COLL ARS

Iosiery, ouanr d

Neckwear. White Vets,
................ n in' AT
ap.O ?ol' o e SILK OATS,
THE LOWE\c have- within. vSlTS,
THE LO S" "ote the dsplay BOY'S
ri TEI iTY.; as you pass ourway' BOY'
... .......... ite carry the largest Knee Pants
agt ,Oi t os varied line of o50,75o & 1.00.

OAs8 Ireis. Y0t's an Boy's BOY'S
From 7c CLO .5ING lli wSts
to $5.50., IN THas CITY. .. 3, 68o80 & 75ot

We wish Everybody to Examine Our
Stock and itearn Our Prices before making
their iurchnases Elsewhere.


JiUitlNjjgas I AIIDS.

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Of WhIa JlineAt I poi vll ')Mid 'r rollgllt

N. A BFNNER & 00.
10 Olt]i Slip, New Yor,'r
Mr. Wmn. CURRY.
Agent at Kay Weal, H1it.

III)m a"left or peit I ilwo'l1411's Im. Ishe Iu*x1
Ciro on plyoParr Wis0, 1 41'1)404Illative
roll.1 mg, 006t~a4 A. ~ t 411,4. i "w.-r i Ssauaw-
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A astUvoLDoE'm
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lilt4 .4Iuljor l ehe lda vaea
purnl, fith nuenar y iibro do inlod ,alnse de
eniigr (Nlil'Mln, y lprenervada por w11i pronedillielntoi
filnie. He disnelve tiisltiltueninelto Pin
illn, irin 6 alieunte, n 4i ,i atndo inltnrfil
046st IlOUOHe e01N4ON14 11, 4 lil1i In0 o1111,4li0 d10
agilln oliqlle so iIslielva. Hirvm pinri todlon
loa objetot nuliunarhlo, e.i 110e In lolheh
freeanl He sle,. E't exnelonuto iir>l IIoI tl.
tiones, belhadus etc. Illdli 1 lu at4niln, 6
04i40 vl6W e es 4i4.1 olliqniite Ilt l >' il f1;
tesL exempt o de Ilerneliee (tno pnlelar sr
d(orjudialllollo It Ha iMihd, y Iu glatoes 05<|lito
y dolilckm nO reo'Jllnlista iltiainteO.
T't'ng' o prt, ni'toq (1Uo 1 lecho ano 6 con-
sirvl iiiojor t4)S ItInt l bi t lpala. Jili.
'1lia1 )lO 1 las insllacione. Uie vouta o lel
InifalIenl ) i U tlueo, ealie-lede lvnil.
Key WVl't, Jnuy. 10. I yenlr.
OUTI 1t PhOnll lA lUAI110aIl).
PIltlilasetr DImliiiniin It.
ll.uil'llrd, tJi ll. kJ. 1 21 i iu ,1114.I
llilnl4vli1H.4I' il )Illiid4i1)'. 2 5 44' 4I will i I, l lir lien
Manl i niio l' t iil44 'Tn I ii'a ier tuli ilull b i lw
l 4ii0f II' a lT l'II iuI 44),TI041r etllilIllh bl Now.
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117 hItlt rt nillul, l .1e

O TE. LS Alerlni O T M ..
OTE P Hll1tAOUl t "
ellrrlve Taiillm l.'evu Rltj
l'oniUl,4 llII5 at a1Hfenr'i wlit .1.7. 1ti K. W. Ity,, gn>I
p il'llg el.4't4l oa tllfotl. 14411.146 I ,l li'I'l?


A tlIlilit ......1 n l''o(niiine > ( 444 N R'll' l '
llihuoiet: qelik i'.e( r (-l 1 '
filly i.441v4.f'j. M Foillnta ouse oOu andlIHOUSE UESTAUUANT
A Cold nclreed'l in 12 hows by is now open to the public. The proprne-
S l"pitiiIne'S Oure. troedesires to state that all who desire ex-
Coitiilltl tl4in' uou.re: lieve tho at the Duval. Price very moduerat
tslrenessI ochel a d tack Jan-O-tf
biy ibbluing with FMe-
ltlirol LinimtilI. T II-
Ironiitclitile Iu ltontutl's Ofre andi
Linimeut, a quiek care INEWV RUSELLT
Dytlliierpi... o)I l.'ounttale's OCuo anld AVING been thoroughlyG renovated is
Limilentio & pledge my 1 now open toguests. Strictly firet-olass
word if you will se these In all it appointments. Gasi eotrie
ioeiliclues in time, faith- Bells, Ralt Water Bath., and all modern
Sfnlly secotding to direo- inimproveoients. Drainlae perfoot. Only
tions, not ca ase will be Hotel in the Olty properly ewered.
ftial,.i City0. T. Minl.m.A, Protp.
Croup .... .. i Fo qntaine's Cureo and

tssI' urdse Ienys s restaurant.
crmirmlu'ifgleet to be
wthouit~anthbhouse. NO. 1T, )UVAl i .
For Ilby Dr. lendle- (Near'the New RussAell OUMse)
Atig. 90lmo toL. L Tr T. A

L. Pio
SPhysician rgonitMn.
Ofloea at Pendleton'sDrmg Itore. Oftce
onus 17 to 9 a. m.. an d ftomil to p. vr.

K1iFFmtOz 49, 'BBO

A~rTYr. AT LA W and iO2'A 4yrPUsJ
Offloe in the Post Offi

)t U. RP. EIP, K
S Hnrgeon Dolt, 6.
.Oineo-Over porter I ldgeblrlting
Store, tmonton street, PorneTr saton
Key Wet Pla.

O A. MoORY ,

S DAi '* it.

___.~ W. ALIAC.,
slit an Dislet Cott.-oheBoSiern
ODstvlct of Florida, and tki lat. mid (oee
.y Courts, Monroe Coant
Osceat Key West Baii

JL.J.J1 A.X .v.. --o L 1 a1 .i. j.'X
Uysters land New York Mentasa 8pecinlty.
Arperloan,, Hpanish or Faenleh cooking.
Boarders taken by the week at moderate
mohb--tf.j Proprietor.

Lolls Sylvistor Sol & Go,
-*PAC KRS AND JOrliNt O*" ..

We make a Bpeoialty of All Kinds it
SEED 'Wl9C00O adopted for Key West
Begars emad 'will Promptly Fill Orden
entrusted tudi, at. Lowest Market PriceM
and LIBERAL TIRMB.S eb. 10 8-.

Meyer & Or k,.
--Wog Ob*U '0- -
U. B. P0ST & SON,

attei .ionilm to eonaigpnia

91 & 08 MXgaine L ,, '
jNbw Orleans. Louilsaon r '

- 5~s "~ '

0-0. LEWIS, PresiRent. itup

020. L BWI8, Prlent. t .
OEO,.W. ALLEN,' c .r ( j B Mhier.

Capital S' .
Surplus J8888:

FMAiO VAln, r JAMBi W. Looxa,
OAnaos Rio, U JXilUtli FooABTRY,
Collections receive Prompt Cd0 rey'ut Attention.
T'is lMltloRTKIts';TRADV1ts NATIONAL JIA1 ....... ...... New ork.
Tin m Lo s'IA.A .NA N.TION4AL BANK ................ Ne Orl tmiln.
T'in FimttsT N oATIONA x oHANK oy FLOIDA.... .......... .....Jauksonville.
TIMt yrInBT NATIONAL.IBANK O1 TAMPA ........................... .Titmpa
T.ld ,'AOIV10O ANK.. .................... .... .... .. .. Hail l ellsO.
tAN S ANK. .... .......................... ..... ....... SI. Ht Louis.
1Alm anS LAWTON litOTIi1i............... ....................I. valla.
Ma so .t. J. c. Latwis & ONs.............. ................. .... TallahMee.


Eaton Street, oppoeat fie episcopal ohuroh.]
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In

Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, and Butter.

Also, Dressed Chickens and Turkey; E, gs,
Lard, Cheese Vegetables, Fruits of all kinds
Canned Goods, P)!eserves, Salt Meats, Hams,
lBreakfmt Bacon, Salt and Smoked Tongues,
Corned Beef, Pigs Feet, Tripes, Mackeral
i(o 1 Bloaters,) ant country Produce of all

Don't forget the place, S. O. JOHINSON.,



HTIAMMHtlll't -I

li 4, PLANT 8. T LINT, .

0He A -1ll unit",, i. i MASCOT l Q.
Carry i g e e itl 8tteu t 144t Ia Freig'' I uli butweu Ti'aun W1444 i.) tt -tlio
lhlvan., aild service havllng aonUenU liinel will the stellnilMhip hikQ l litA. avinu .lel
Tumpi on the Ild Novembuirlinst. *.'. .
Tama ^ Havana. Se0Vq6e.
SAVANNAH, A. l;ly't, 1886. "
Begiiiliilg MuIty lst., tile 6 hirl of this Lino, i m.ll 1 an m 4 folloWh,:
Leave TAMPA ..... .........-....e.. n "' 1 T ,'"
,. tve KKVy WitSM't' ............... ; -
Airlvo H AVANA .t......... ... .. ....,
Leave HAVANA.............. .. .. ........
it. M Ilistl ,i, .' I) owtio, ( I ti. -tI wick,
OGeleral Manager. Trltlhli gleinunr.4 Amt'-i, Key I'tHt.

THE ALoLt s. S. Lf,

2 NewYorkland Galveston. ,
olas stamships, carrying. U
ALmsIALAMO. ltain E.Lak.m, LIial.mm,


Southern Pacific Company,
ni __ i_ __ '" I and HAVANA.
o--. iponpsed of the I'ollqwing FIit-Otnlas maliumbipsi--


vWill miiale regular weekly trips between the above ports, running upon the matuo
schedule, frMight imd pmlltienger rtt n last yUU. 4 lis teOsen will open with tbe
fine f'st-Nllln teistivalphip -UT'l'PU.J I N Mi) leiAhug t'w Orleans nn tdie Ml d Iut,,
arriving at this port on the 3ith intimtU. Th'l MIe shiAIC)lp J Ul.jA ,c .uuenidertd
Anioug'li feisteslt stsustnhlps plyiUn the wil trituJtlilUT will follow every alternate.
week, 'F'or freight or puai~ge, hnving atiupectol u'.ret iattsuiini, apply to
JOeN .JA*.l. LL BRIOK, Agent.
*N. B.-Merohanta are requested to leave their ordeins for oods from I New Orleans,
n**it ell, in nrdeir 1i en0era pf'sniil djiliverv of tiiif t1 d4ts4ating. r'h"i4.11M


Blacksmith, marriage and-Wagon aker,

A full lin1 of all klidis g Ctilagais W &iWl U ala til l 1ty helt in
stopk and for Ale.. .--f. T


APRIL 27. 1889,

... .... L .

OF r
Wv Cy003DS.
Arriving by Every

App.op-q Im



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I &- V..%,

'IAN(l1E1~ iIMED 5 cisso 0 f. Lt a RUJILLO & SONS,
.9 w11!*1 a awin V as I f> Mnil"r>.turers ft 0
tbe bt', tlhoe nO= ito and .bhe. Key W est, Fla.
tcoidome Ist ss ra wounded
o.ll ,1 ron 3 but ill with ainnesound, T BR A ffillo.9 water St., oor Wall St., Noew York.
uttered. it wre still oa Th tub ~o a th L( AENT O 1, I- eO
n'.. t ye d toro, vething o w asby to of WI ag. OL.ne ,f, 125, La Salle St.,. Chicago Ills. Frle
SorM, Ul ove they 4o us th vwa bows and undor her bury's. to-morrow evnin. I guaran. -
omne n ittie hwmy of as the only 6ther sound, but that I tee sntlsfatio;,A are of thepubllo """
s~.pron oo. cieeemed abnormally loud, Pattioa in bolioitd.
The captain' vo0o on the bridge broke (Mr. a2-1m.) ALVY D Lowi.
i out with startU W distinctness, though asoo Aotloeb llmuufotwror of-
i All e ny e be poke io bd his ustolary pitoh. A re onato o Aron' p
bat p6 y aatl h neibletoon. 11 g've the order to put the vessel No, I, loyal Arh Maons,will convene on 7? -
'J11 11 n0 e round on her course, descrlbin g be tt t rte tMMomnoHall, Thoms street iv
pump Immediately Phe e wan osw e =a4 ea"h and eery
up ad n to o reular weep with her torna and &a A sax V, lHMarso T 1AwouooOAq o
prtty M p tow mIuto e wth the olouat h ssth. a Ighw rtt..
1'11houlla's wb if we had a blow b. back, a"d her bow -pointe4 tow md, K. Notioe. AlfOlY
fore night. tnlouded roegiaof the northeast, r he Ke We rd of Trade meieNo. 1on3, KEY WET, F
l propeller .still moved, -but slowJ.ti she 6he first Tuesday in 'each month at 30*oreondne Solcted EXUI
III, was like a champlon awaltt% ctha on et o'clock, P. M., at the rooms of tie Roaril, A.illk A' i'll
1=s IAOWW 09 VIAM of an enemy and gathering. himself up over the bank of Key West.
A *O=. alsd Pa, for the struggle. O 0 Bowu xAT rowx. Secretary.
S0 lcol d in the The enemy WMa now at hand. By this Notire 1OPW INEIW ER C& 0
ea o me the ontral advance had thrown out The Merohout's Protootive Associatlon 9
by the oqer. Wo long blauk arns that orept along the meets the flrst Thursday in every month as MANUFACTUREI8 OF
twar then Abut iorlson to the right ind let. Inoloalng 8 o'olook.p. m,, in their Hall over the store
eo'olooek in the the vessel In a deadly embrico. Dark. of J. A. Larkins A Co. (o
e k clear over. the unshadowed east, ore It vanished al-
he a the -o" together from ltght, looked likd a 1soeno LUAL. NO TIOEi. AND DEALES IN I
calm, thi sun viewed through a tunnel. The moment t m(out O B"OX JIj.1A.".3"'IT F. Gallr
s inkng red to. was one of awful suepjonsee no hiumann wXECUO'Os'8 NOTIOE.,-SIox months P l'O00
nward the weefr creature could long have endured El after date I will aply to the Hon. Office-l1 A & 135 Attorney StrIeet, N l. o. o08
o e fvr ubhe an without c iving way to some outbreak of county Judge of Monroe County, for final eb 1.-2 Il n oou I
over Cuba t i wintolura e otion0 w l. o oe b lou a'le settlement dharge, a4 s le executor of.
i 6 tyetl wwlh antolerble emotion. The blood flowed thelastWill_111114_testamentOf ________ ______
we below the thick in the Vein. the brain throbbed Smith deelase will an testament o Nlhol Ctt
Sbolon e se confusedlyl the breath came, in difioult Monaxo, Exector.. '
'' hund ol sighs. With at sudden but majestto iP. Key West, Jay. Bths-Tl in.' fe G. XV RIZEIRIWWWW
_,,,' a~^ r way. The tem.' ward 'ad tlon, the minor roea. iwellod Manufacturer of
. S IT during to d to deonng shrlik of noises there was ALE OF CONDEMNED PUBLIC ManuflTaturer Or
.t the J fetw days hten growing a vison of white furyof watersMstemf A POPEIRTY:--Thero will be offered d. -
warmer 1nd warmer, and they weronow blast as cold as nter swept from the fdr sale at public auction to the highest Kgey, 'Le W est :-- Havana -:- Cigars,
mear the twentieth parallel of north latl tffrall to the fowsprits the dark. bidder for asih, at the Naval Stasion, Key -
? .rness shut down"- and became' ab. West, on the First lay of May, a lot of *1jY "ENTj FI LA.
tude, and aboufon the sixty-szth ma solute s %lin rbserve s ndoun r OP P o Ny iis(loEY' K E M
sg.betwen fatr ras and the plr unged into Impalp ble pitehi and then a Il.int Of with .O he procured at the FACTOIRYIY 8132.
smud. they ha had fair weather with with a paralyzing shook the IurrlocaOnoe Jnnt. i ce
Uight airs between the mouth ,and smote tie vesel, beating her down Into (Joainandor--. Navy. ManIttpetbill alot ile 4 this clty. Co.a) (14 *
But" &tao"y Moro hadJ ..n no lhreoe th ea 10 a& by the% SIehr weight of G giant U, 8. NavAI 8ttin,1111-1,1, 6 1 y.) .
h, a e a fand. T'he no nw t, wi a jddr pWest, April t II pondence olicited. (June l1y)
Prssive. The surface of the sa lked anMd a opringU. the leaped forward, stag. .... .....
goil ,d Ito Dred, and kaped aitan. Fagmuaontsto A I)MIN'llTRATOIR NOTICE' -Noetice is P. PUtlALKr. w .w
optible, heave or swell. l Mant w.... boiling surge hur led aloilg her docks J~1 rlby given to all person" havin D Po(ILHALSKI j 18.1
aptblb hae por swell, Masses o 1t leoh tl- r, lh lt tat of ld, to F.A 'it, .-.
out in long lengths, asa if drawn by In. of.!graesi,1ot.c; ..n t ro e 1T)roprit tlhe ridu to th. llldrfiliol within d' U AaLlKl &X C0. -
vlsibleourrents, sometimes acocoi nutor r O 'iN a'i'l of ti ieck, d, 1 tlt ir y law at fl Persons 11114y Mluli; oud ll prfiono r
an orange would float pat, silent horalds. n forward, struck the imnahni ist fiid ltd.,btel t.) mnli "l .tl atro reqna.etud to IUllOl),1' i4 tll| M lll lflltillI',N 01 .'
oft tr e and. ., ar at t d. The ,oure br nughi t it down in ruin, though the AIttl. thll, Ho-,,.
the l-ndit;enearLathand.. Tito.c"ure noiso of t(., cnrul, wits ItiudlhlI i, the Namos T rr. Vi^= 1^ I A D ,
o yell of. th' frenrd g.al. Tiu.o Kt'unr Ad.,,i.,ils.l r ,e ther o Itto ot A r
t"%at ro of le ila s be was rushing onwuri at haidlong elwti, 'rift, tlecenuil. Key WoV t Mch. 9, i1 Ow
tweesae g!,eate and leser Antilles, of t
..I. i L I was there yet 1.h esoemu to i1 ltindllig .till. ) .... loo., T.ACTO S: OFFICE &' SALESROrM,
.. w" r rsed tagged. i aped, as buried and HTATn ToP ORu. BANA, CUBA. KEY WEST, FLA*. 17 WVAIIEN ST.
Se scci sid cnotlervril, ItI terago, e '-th, Key Wvet uidig a i for Bl rW YORK. NO K.
*'I uTi0 P O O 6 w star i h l I. ...Ih._Aoolatioo_ Forlnm_.re ..1.. --.. ....
e sr&p o the r' Ilalrd with the silihllaitand calinofa few Vn an Association lForelsure
"- Ar W E 01, olr a re- vs aiofi
"ar wltkh t7ra t onexe d his ifn.. i ll thir ings; Nottie do ato. A gI SEIDENDERG & Co.,
al r .cloud .d t oul l s ten. nothing hear, e ri by afilavit ihaf one of the MAN UFAC'U US Oi
th I dolendautg aI..br, Alll g doioio iL o. A o reside s
"M is n atd straitngis could. e lt, wit of the Htnto of Florida,'bmt within the ---r. "'A 4"T A A rY Cl
P.koyUUlr(>lumilowminh iilioui. Only uuitect Atnw>. It 5. tolu, ,., ontorad tlaA 4 1% 1 1
m^t^t 'niolk r like A htfo sigisl could it be known that tlie soid defenulants aPiar tn. ainwer lkooIg"J rrJ.J... *
ailth thsAnfer, i.ten.ld tlkeon 4it ov lll'els wanstil llbove the water, still coqililaluant's bill filled retin on or before "
w iktt]ln'. exdI then it liv swept onward. Whither, un to pteiler Vd, that being the l e stories No 8, 58, 48 and 148 Key West, Fla.
was io a hat. thle crown of W5,1401 "row- wut.i at. noino could foretell, Reptelober 1889, or the itlid hill will be 8
la er and later until it n the Thd e s was at fli' beaten flat by the taken as confessed. oof be e aid aalesroom 327 East 603rd Street.
aspre i of ofa, awI d foolmpi. Then the wind IfI water w It Is ordered that pv"l.oa.ion
cap suddenly.fit vLpd Itself, and stood oug%"t great mli sof later lere ado In a ilowleaper published in sa-id
on Its spext then heo foolscap divided stripl.ed from the surface and dashed county, once a weou for four months. | 7XA/ ( IL{ 1 .
down the center. sad took the form of a through the iMrs by and by, however, GOlven nler liny hand and seal|df court P "
Swbird with wing inted waves be II to torm, but Irregularly, this 29 ,ay of Michi A, D., 1889.
N too, Istently watching n rtterlan V ala. stalking g,. antic. One of these (. i.. l a, .. V.0y IL.0t )W(ou Win a .-.UAoU _5 T
cloud "I h,.eson begin Itrryinsthroung titt blacLkness, mounted
that w hope t will give a de n d t t W ILLIAM W ICKE & Co.,
b'r.6'rj This is ia bad place to be caught clocku to thbow aarir 31wt It1 C 'eCo
abe torInadio, with that string of iand funnel, sto restnainiag pintt and eayry o 'n~e st. 4Atneue ani 3l/t. !t$i'eti,
right ahead of us." u.adothinlilig on boiael that offered re!ietan .e.'
"It hille" ho a coupleof .ur. le .vii' c,. struck the .i'oromitlit with a IW Y 10.2 StI
S the en. Ahl thrown wer .NEW YOKwn. St
"h.ro ,omatougo Tita.th. oru(tdand mS !!r -ton .es n I of CMt1Eenufsoturer8 ofI '
'Vaeni'... .. -"i" "'" Sed th i Al e Cidor n Boxe :ibborB, P
'rk -seveeal were whirled out againl and ar.
i rlti't the captao eino.ge from h ed Ith rag off into the waste of the 'K S-- l hoelevM 'i -'.
cabin and ind.tho bt med as ould never "r labels and dig M nuf -
,l,,noc at te' clud ansi thpi ga Pu rise ... .. But up site came and- Of*
oldors In anlow tone They eio nol. -wei t of water wenit booming aft,
plwea by i Immedatoe activity on the lIg t I 1n tureI' MaRhhiery, Tools, and Supplies. -,
moved rapidly about, and sed Tto e cabins and stat rooms. Moro than "ty A
...pl about and e. t il men were killed or disabled by that Psin.o Ur Special attention paid to private Br1unds and Labols, Elc.-*W
occupiedl lit stowing unddr hatches r Ie buffet, and the survivors belloed P 'lo' ft t 01:111 F'ebruary ,1A
oc ase akndgt e oose objetos tat hael at .tho aud of all of them could be not 1 nu utionis 0best eb -- -
hitherto be pLo w khpt aln duab MsinutesWhl dt i. Cough Medicine. dh
the captain had got outste)soopsand lobe Outinnd. If you have a cou l& sJ R aI W
w as eonteamplating the oloitid th rp tstilq t mi e "k sb su.a j rs. to t d e o f h
S with e a n e h e.. .. .. ihp halu, i e recent ods A ur ti neP t s.
r to p id l a t o olth e n t b e y aroa. M r s o 3 I n e Wh nol es al e an d Ita t al d ea l oer us fresh a onpiy eo f
asv ed the "otesoer who stood yop, U a i i eo s r nts annd Vi O' -,
-Arto fa s h, l dr, T e lo. .
tamed *ow n Wi e B. .. bua:". others have isided their t(tilnooy. s that *. ,s'm es. Frte tt i oey .
."^'. lV> .. ancy tet ., do cure n1 dlb eam t the -lvr, *r tg.--.M.'- m, n-t.' aiOldet nesiness Houses of the it.v .M
t Wl" I A ii&'" 's '"e eve by le ivr :.- frm N ew Yok, N. ew la 'eelpa Mns te eJar

ma d e|.t%-...n- A ifra wmsniWs, J

aaaa,^ ^ LADIES, MISSES AND y, O.,,DUW h3elmUer P. l^ B p W". i
CHILDREN. "R ,leer & Cider. h
J J l! Di" T s do s ot os ,. they are s m .,W M ehIf & C W, ,f e e fo q t fra T pl aoelo" t lae t'eV
imamsa.a, ll~ nstp ,~ .o. .. ~. ,' q o4$AsaTh pa......... .. l~~

2Y'02IVN~ttnd 4N000D8 II4"$BOF DUVAL4 and P87vA'Of
EEQAbNY Y02AILI1 ONiantedaefftr & i BROS
4 d.u

u18 ork. I,*w (=Oa SAN (,Uw
A Htmis lft qpthe !'Ouivty._____ now*_______
UYWIwiyiAIbA- on4siu::'~C1*t1
A in Ms S Mrn~OulleW ey Wst* Florida. pqrmnD .om*tid J~
-bq* i~artounet of tM Of RaGu~arateedI#. ., .VU VVA. P01a100 unhr W~h
p~ IA & % -i. .

,FineDongoiate eiet4
l~~ip, t A~i ~.
I W.4 Dowhava
t] Wow e~". I? ea5
sawyx. UeaJob~


WN WU1'TB, lrefsident. ;AMUBA. WAJDD3ZJ4 Gubi.


Capital, Xooooo.
Surplus x5o,ooo,
Now Ready for the Better Accomodatn o'it
nds aicd the Public.



I 1F14 11. A 11AUIT C,11MIA M MV- 9

LE ti ML ON UtM LiuNE St..iJ NLE|AR Tasl oa rc cVSsOJg.

Chase. Moffat's Gallery.
luv1o iniduf. arrtaugomnouto w ith Mr. J. F. Lardmer, recently of (Bell's
'y, Wa'nluioifton, D. (., for a short time. We have the latest rapid
as for taking childrons pictures QUICK AND' BSan-Po every time.
wishing iholy fluaished Portraits are invited to call and See Sample.
New Styles. Satisfatttory Work Proofs Shown.
nets, rethcsod to $3.00 Per Doze
Sphotos, ;0
tts (best qittillty 7 1.0 so
Res)p'y,:.j Chas. S. B. Moffatt.



oves, Tin, Co) rIromrare,

mbing, Cas Fitting and Roofing a Specialty.
P' aEverything Cheap, and Bound to Wear tl TimAe.'_* '
[Apra-U.] :. "'

John Jay Phibriok.
fming, Comniission, Forwarding ,&rchaxt
3 1IST Anthraoitbo and ituminous (oal.

oo 01) ADD WAT.R coNSTAM L V 0 y BANyD
Superior faoilitios for Ooaliaatrn ,tefm .
signsoents solidited, and prompt attention tdiohsrgtng,tbhiiijiltg, atd
targoes, Which will be store In fre-proof W 1reloUa, "'
a of Laborers fumished at short Notice.

is completed and onis running every fUtem s lait. The
ike you to the stalon on the
n tri the saBo pr.ice. Who *ill notvail tie* ofv t is TMP O
Switch an airing and walk on this Celebrated B et. ".
OND GO ALL. Y9U will not regret it. *

LIUS M 006.,

Fratorles 9 an .

Key West.
ice and Salesroom: 51 M1 M'y

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Ac,.TRI..M. BATE r. John Lowe, r e n d to be I
I I n lE.r.rs t vJong from a aor visited to lbe l M
,o n .on Mr.F..Newaun woe one of. tMeopssea & i Atot Rn o T TieJ CLOTHo
bi ihe u le l liob ar tyon of J eoellle'* e rl tie. U l,- M e ure. n2l iry os lor e
-'l"u "n*"t .k cli" bea a. brihst lega shs aborrvedb oaa& arry. Alo '. and GENTS, BOYS and YOUTHS Fuoiilsher
.iii, .2 l, ast evening on th e MA Ia bu. vist iPW to b lo n Boom.10 o I t Li o D i l
'sie ,,r;h pilots I partSh tlbL .14 o ~ [Ilo 8 ei, n l..
VoW l.l tny Nt ccn c0, Mao ll, Eh one o f forlce*t W ohe Ine 1e01h.epn o0e ep omu-odts.totre armh e el f.
t E AST, rR,,.i.ri. ..l..,Ilc.,.f ern.. ... ..... .. re e ll *pend be o waed wlote mn s o h w oll tr t to igs to bwsh otedon to o eo ts, Ca Bbl s, Sh oes, CoW clas COf ,

........ P bl ...-. ..... t b nip ote N- Wet wi fobl e litlepay Woodhol tht *o fo Dualga otmru. ande i o tae ht ceannot Heaot ies, Doe, Tioins, E c In hilN,
.,,r 0 nsanIs Tmeiled C Asi. Lm os M t aes t .mote. to Mrd r .Iet Ido.pli vi a roEre wilbiie i. bnauEhr o t t, an li oto No M nl rll 8 I OS
iee s rul, oni ier t .litttornew. spclnd several, weets visitigs te relatives unl tihe Misf Wpt wile,.i. lao Se bso ]Oe d n 0
to.ll. y' l in ,r o lollf sc e g ,A r ail l a -tou Mlors. ot th ee r__we e n, t o ol aisto O r4 ,thed okb l h hii ow th to l v od er l o ats arse n Its I lo k l or i a l l ?if .DiAo na s 1
al oefor al t e 6rattt n d
W it Ilivo tac in oY n arr u ono uOrlpo ee r.,t OD o .u r fee We wa rn iu d le t dog 1> d. opft ,'.;

i" u tl r.lelir a Vl. w ilni bBnfathe le to e Y rl we e most frt en d!oou hB s b e dohp .ckhlu rf te b e P in ofe Aoptt e s wil I '
-,-ua it night Mott Neureor our oni filao rblle G o Loer odan, ofh 1W B ta O T T t 4 7, 0 b T
it I .ll etr i..tr-lne wM .el.fht b ir t f e ie elt ra lioet hl es i O Baeee r *PeUo. hosTbetoe oeh Iobse o h e e cc ut c Of B s
> Iii, loitr n sibe mb o aSer tl tontherne a tre ra d oa s it reu eno o t e boatbefr our pan. rthe f P. Wil dot y o aln t'ths D ia01sonllt 4o r esss
southipothe ta-nyighnordmen t Foin a of -w

re.%it b na.thi t s onr s t i be to aenlea wlidlntg c ome a l n of9 t the Is o r Ia nito livea i this locait, bute wo
t l no c .a rf, .1 rt.n o f itnh wt ilet onin niihru m I. .e "pi ooth di e" Ya r.i is eo ar f ro i at Now br e et, aluioO O l .
S sed per y a lant t and oorprdy re tt tAt a the nut ov r Psortm aieon o t re a ti Adetwi B f

Don tlafgen ALt o nvlbco yte oPellet torin beor 0te q H tt w .rle Napta rer Mr. N p e ISot wGra E tdo a oare dotor bee cofie to t 4 m b to
KIo.uktC ( be vltI, e ltter-s- w mo e T g o re d fo e ork sty iehs on t he o ste p o Li f l tkoll ntar se th e ourn o I e, an* d 011e frity e et ode fo lt
r ue e o Il 1pr s fo the imf our Sue anda e al a ai* w ohl mae Abet ea oel n AbeI Will nev e Te mate of

4 e T.olE,. tllody f h e drin e r aod erhn iet fa o o.w eo dlo' n w h a tho lbul big band tt i voed in tt h e d t fv id t l taliry bu m o. O.

l ntioheacnvot s f hof, the e arg oo othoies mew fors I im b ltte o pfferode uho at rf r a ia f-oto Now is th t e 40 cnnot to ttsl l an sit W on te b t.
.1.4 celvuie lia Steamship b u t ernl a m. aAt peasant vs a sdy r geturno e er l n ,1 th b and multitude sfr-lo Thes shto welybt ald or Fla A Z e of

,W.c w, l o o d perwl loe la tt thhe rl, Mor. e ur .a fo0tf. W.o pforteut er de. oe o',.t, a th. uc if. ea.ch e lN W fr ts nNS O toos n a Ud
.h.l.tniol 6. S. thd thoett-ee liw s ole eo be rld attlhe lBnrod and Gtrrme n us not he i ROin. Wl .CO.,, 106 Wai lreoI

o Jiii offui J. o pi. es nit Whalton me so s ers A n ooter Fn .I. te one sti oo md oael es rtor te y l begins t s n tT O.' 8.) A iPo w Dor b9 s
ic Whra tih tAti aen away i 0 t i t f the stra aNene o r allon or BaOlu troeedoe. wa l nd heap opany ow ilett,# B A ve wli rf thedo y ed. od i iemAv8 ll *Te t a dA a a
r 'i(c t oti 11 ho1)ont s tC onnoet hine r Wnst OFn aet on im te a te re ad it Ittpresenet ap a uI tIo wehe Ato i Obued sof ihthat bo I O o t a d Sfee Os W. dC uTcV

by hoerie Wn Mr. in by oice Misa Doty t bne8ra h e itons thrhee could n n t h ere ew oac'exac Blue Leon. Co. tcl ___ -88 I E 7
the iau c nt i. >onr d fres t c u eadi thed w eers n adoi o e F t edavl e y pro twlet p he and wal intertd ah id veur, t o aulde omna OEMEN hi 0ore ne valest An Boi ll.

lIrlh OrhF wilOS c okanince youwi t oh ie toeo Wle feeet otkPita that Wee frind hoandt oede G roea n u e, Mhe oee wlle A d I aWidt buloiui pIaystrn n n WATE R E, l l < Mor Is o
lt ni o for Nbewnn o labst ight o n he i s 11an "ta Pieo not o n dy Scoo as0r m o t aocr more timeere, otr h n add swee song oit pas

iiier, t, rdyreetattslouldr xhibtnt the t elht pIsNettio e ulo n will Apei h ti mo pe osa the Lors rneJaeu theth at soetnmgn b'will: e. oSitud of- lo INTsT.ta B. ev, sh ort TADm '. ,sOf.

tlul Odm t F sllow t eur pou se forn to l are ls e ro eg on ert amd t serve d I a. for r, .
ingt, to Ar e dv r t ireinte n eo n e dr an d I and les i t nt sbeo a t o ite P l', bo s P dter slg ou gho e b toentit p&eWrho laps. f Ais .o /

itilrill oi e of tuw. W ai t the o ea l t ot gtcre a ms or aki rsee i rntrdd wa s ab tulory and co onseque ly OeD oN BAmtoe wienl dt "endth -.o

vni-othig wley n bonRie l to e inge a soe lure.wItenwok ony aex. thler y w f aeao e, h a wema Thei ier vicn. o emovin toP l l G fOILl S RE iJJ
Aun, or Jhd irs J o ted b. hf ome' t aths Aersti l b t aken JHd.n frt ares vary g me a at n o ted b therl a V Nr e 4

AMrs. i Rtais a8 ak bMso. Whropoat.sPn d hrs c.me p one tS tt lof Ihe oe ls witnesslt e foll orin te timonies o-' IS osIrBa se Bal w.l oA fl f gl)eJ Ldl O,
(if t e t Ao ulde rney Dairy for a drink of orw mt st e p e g en t vhic w ca Ir s t bde io ad, aI te ae 1h e c ty p o h

.vree Col Th M rs Co hander olthebom e 1ehe anno v l aa t Catarrb, Ut alTl. F oot Bc, nE.
ito t d oft s wort k i pa Tinseh ofb th fonru lon s Mr. byne lil three y ear M C fu. r Hi wo e r omud anoh elby Lla O st n '
TheDl ne tlc eo t et eh and le imp orted A 0 pr latin dysonwi w York on l. o e nldgle t e k wee Nwa ore wn ebr u rye, b8 o o couedS alo hear t o n S. D or'S. on. the y I W _u
layth wt toe y. N A'b ve as pllon as cn be more pl As m oet. C o.r dat..
ut' hiuvo jtst received per toays away at thecisea ofe ofur hblt, 4. gr d day was hi Jt appear o to rance In thit charm. su flaby up tO IDe, POOKO WIL NO BE it L
itclniO 1to a i s bes t heavy O th a t 'hIo h l hrole, a It wlaai u os aned thart h drre e l y M or M after aI x peot i i's
We rin of lring cut low prices at Whanton Two oues Gant .ot For aoelf a the bo woul pl o a elf at thse l Nr r Jlt G. Oo HdA a lost time t, seasn I. In o Mk
lro as. April n g .tf, Situated on the arn eor of Olv tre r Ie m, porow wa eleee d Scure. "I have had Atarrh of the h a d for s1ix TOuLgh 1 hvUTenio, pelpsO f A' .,
,Doll't frgt to tt lud t beGram e sket and Windsori ase 100 feet s quare. i He toa, Wr, IL d Nap M Tr e Na pp a e r ie e BM. r. I lWent to n oted rdoetor and he I
PI.nit it, blo given t by the Isp nd City two ha evuresti ore ou the .ornor nd Sg u p eritendet Iad M rl C Pesoo k a- cste d na e for It, but could not csure meo o T
pth M. A grit time i s expete nd at thi ofce. April 1.w. tPte to say that there Is n1 more promhsang gave Aup to die.I had a dirtressngA' coug t w s W. h,; t.. atIIOCKl-t
wtdsng ktr prepa r ato t o tlette. ta t M 4 Sna y SChool than that of Coloanut Grove M y eyes were swollen and I am nfd WAJE A .
t Inset t y w h e dDoent Get m entlo atand it i iecoul ao t have lived wi thout a oIsn.e, w is t be d t ad 41 a oir I 52 B a

Gor prpe l ewhat toore ono h Gos t t e Alderney Dairy for a drink of duce Lot to visitog Mr Tle agahie nextt Baoo of Blood f s. A nt' aO pity, is te T
loer old Tmpasht-y e hav e ei .. only it. ,tha ce it s en to I uent and got one bottle of youC medicine, .f b mo

it i ort. T pu iui fr aert ooriry and & Thni srn g wthy au b o f u sl O onr of A b bo x boeyrpoi who have o at or th us e t, a l nd wfelSe frob tter. .SIhen IgOt fo ur IN
which will l ho sohl at Pea okargaln prices Ut .LS.KSt pWays you dieto ibpaire ylur -o Le
CVoiatctn lI Sc. t Ae p r H il. A t h aippetlite poor, l ne lh l y and it ver tor ad d Mw k co t 1 e eer o e ,Sane t. cure e s t op,
one to e andnlo wiwholle s y vemiabtnt eroaneo m in an e of D ew to a w yu m io n e od a1 Oe
'eIk Hulom ,en'efolwnglsbeom r left for New byd aseae--butget yourffse l ingdcityiceo Ihsenasmal one wh n SM Wiut ofsuferer she' b .J ad s o B TR T
'overk lIst weAing on th o stea hl p NueI ps: d letlon, and ready forothe ohoanll ndwar. th e w an a a art .. Rnw worin A at A LV W t
A J. Stern, J. 11 b iteven sl, M olre. Gran i an, rer weather, by slain llioongats ara one atd a good deal soa tere, b t b ut fora the floriesda Street. '.rSA Ot MO N T hN S T E
toIviv nay 4e,204fy... ........ .in......toile..t""..... Mork etI

bu ovto rsliable." p Thoey comprisae T he bia *Btter'B Spaniswers he arpoe mo r te o- O sand D r. ov Ne w Yorkl 9 a A. As baDreb "more D AN J o s -
A W aerts on, Cias .Jaker, Mri. Sou a t a and -ne e cls le of urn Be Btd for rify. cldre' ake they will do a great dhal, AWA e "
wick, Mr Foote, r Commander Win, ng the blood, gvn appetite, and f lnd s they are every dea N o ta g to the reler e of yppsl, B IC e Belt, r i O nlL
.iss Dollies Wait and Mr es Plinoho. a general spring medicine, qohd enst1 begu ro n is first place Mr. I hiave beenx a su.reonr Co, July A0n'I a A t1
If urnu wfit a CEtbAP l an I EGANT The refereen handbook of the Med the Ashooul houWasoon a ahoted o for Ihhveee n a sufferer frm u ida!ion F ,''
Blrs, April teomead L iisreed oo tp pho w. *iIn ad og tte and have TABLE o & S rt

Dioveor gt P Tottend he Gar nd p p Wiy p nso Th 100toote p squa repn. Hoas, tar*. N reodtle BROIL 10 I w to a a Dcrn bT L
WlaraY theo I., r'ey aor srollng at Cland "Often sm aptomsi g on p arthe p art o l Ar f t rsionMr, ohrl e Peaok Alnd and anice suaed by my friends torry yo dr si B, i,
0t .ni e to T.ep ala the in. po pae on, dyspepsia, diisoult little hoase ai tiI too. r eoiin ed np o relief bdut since usin it haveW lSlnb'ES, F -, .- A XA. ttll ..
v otleod tn iea re atlin at i headaches, or weak vl Ant Mr. i S oek o t only h ve lo lumo ney, found more relef and omfort t an from A ,
Irempel the patient to sek adv ce."t 'e hut muIeh time to buo lug thte hooe and another treatment gl haveus ,a. Ropig -..Ald iINDo ol- no Thav lie awiho l,4 1 llout a TAI .L.M.lt ITI .
ti f ur subscribers and the ubl symptoms mid both the phsian the s on Pe a ou wi ward to my addre your lttle A a A
Iue luecrlk to the odvertisemenD t on te ad. and h patient. The or safe method i eor tho e or ayup boe capo nter) also gave thei -IU20p1ge book a for pr sc ripton, sas ev- A .rT 0 .s'l.
uno.nclrlg a ,s MeS andlvAried stochir ner s Safe liure, flt erait n ot onlyane em e ureisnt half pay f r tnhe reto hislae Mr. Yuoe Iv, W oi's h OL A Ei-' f t g

t f ollobwl_ g t hooupr lef t fo wNew wor k, anow Oa uPy de. ou re of to a, Preter S T A ________ I___
,r .. L o Csa bio n th ..... i ,nd. healthy t on actions of tuoe kidneys, bhut ures rw gav e wo, FIoa mona ey 1p a nd na rly a VoooroinlgI 'M MTHU I '---- Sim
.JOtte and B o i .y cLote hine og thma e symptoms of disease, e a w e ek. worak, ano d Mr Nea and u ey fo the of FVsloriI F reeUSHet., I -X W i"| TLi7T T '
Mrs. Zicirs is now prepared to a Stommo.- Peat both gstne what time they conhl share Al who desire full informed tion about ST, TItnJr v" C, -D .
coi M ftowTbleeoarders, Caher nltestauant God tothe Ald arne i Dair y d for ae dr1 A enk of toward putting th o building up The e W Aausand cure of odtee
-,str tc--F "Lee VoId milkm. It rna names of thoaseu who have not only o uAldrteou im y awdLgu "W fi rstres, . F. Leo C, 1 20L .. T.
.ol treient. of.anioh triboted money but books, hI and an Iheumatim, Kidney a orplaintCatarrh, U 11mL EII 'A 'I, rW __TT C l isT .t
SUI e n O HI,, eys. the etr r a. thoa fo llwoor Spea kin N o Binns tioa sou, `r ove mai free th copyielh oouise w in e s Busoy ra b uiI
c11in e y a.reopr lnthr a o r, wn il ,Ofte eived t per y tlerday t e New otr Mr T al A.B' and n i e lluted Bmo fs o nr lle tryx yor o & L -S a d ( i
i 20ov4u his clothing business to the Masonic New York Sunday Seioel, throuhdh Mr. or withc the most wonderful and Ptartlink not.ids olly gavy o1n It m n0 foIuA Dmoe"l d comfort than _r_
Temple i onda next, wherol e h al te hopes to e lteamer t, t 0o adve Hi ne.'Mr Ate, Ne w Yo rk;Mr. Primo e proof eoer before known. .noin ---AN ALL, OF,X 1 o U TVLu,,- W 'T]
reiolvo th o same patconarle of hoe of his "Butler's Spanish Tea ohert and Dr. a tij me of iNew York M. A A. inA tomaddreussro i yu customers whom ho cloted In knee ttani. Th o nl a .. Glac.' Woolf AnBd Methodist b se ndey School ef Bw, og Boo for ., Atlanta, Ga. Fro.od. Olo Agoli aD Im|orter U. S. for "Coo ,ee't, Chll,,,ijiio Epornay;
breeohcs, bt ar now egible to long 4 n d e- e. uato. r new f.a. tpey Wesh Mr. Wa. Mnnr roe of PStatenI. Lesidej. large Asrment of ancyand ll A 1 ng Ale* Ielnats; F-lt. 'S f I 51 n," ulland.
to wand. Dr, wutlr of Chelsea Br S r, M.rash lk and ream. -Uiefl Articles not coue Senwl ere in thed'
^ ^G, NM.. bybKn NOTTAGE & CO, are alin their l n W aaT e Obornof Nw Jey Mr Addin, he Nw York diry ars now p orepared'to hirt'. i b t.
iiOYt CLOTheING, an GEN'St f k th eytem e, shown by i lsenationso. mauor w .ugenk' M ir t Rink, Mr. H 3. Lt W rnA odsare thde Ar F ine alon r .-.r S t.oUI '
NISIIINO GOODSatCOST prIces. -, and unrest inuthee tooin frequent yawn, an Mr, wa me and kept on ces. fall at Masonic Temple i a.,- -
0w0ng to the fact that the Olivatte had lag during the day ani dfsturbad else dt Ca Pseuttion h bilding 1o Th e the DIVIS N Sn cT.u Ne r WHT ST
Ier propeller somewhat t i injured on her last night, Hoftester'. Stehoch n oltter n T..ea. .ialoIdbdtoM obesrd ft he n, L. e
trip over from Tampa shem1know lying up uw t eo... inton the e b an4 ner. fo 0a book, f short sermons, Mr. l UPymona ulqo Ag ent. PAPER
at Port Tampa for repair. and theliesi vous, enrgwangnth witmuscularenery, for libraer s okls l, o Mws. M Car. fro hairs, '-k Caniv s uD,,. ,.iet 8"14 11.i
cotta ken her p laeetemporarily. We andnaiiityto reposehmlthnllr, and ci- anp eure Faulkner unad M s Florkag Mr 0. wit t o 's A wonid u rliiA n lathe DR n
l.or ie clothing busee Masnlonoa i thout incnvenene, 4larvose as lae for anorgea. of corn. I iilcJ' lZ h L' ,.. Suinld frontol (hr Ao to t 01 S L' M.tl
.lee. Houdas bnecoe quite ha hpstn to Leeadache, bli0o.sesa in pajred appNwit a un henMar Prt moferbnedo
lec ei ase tae Hama pgsr iy sat right by this m athlss ISpanis (e r at DeOm e of N oow Y" rk,.-m A., t eAerebss, leiy' tJLAluS Rt Sl A i- .. M o s t v is a A e
c ustoms I re aho re lai knlekeeh haveanulvon anptAGlangnerui -of 'd Methodist .un.a Se holI ofe Ble Bo f of AtlantaIGa.
... latelh. ,o nblse,-tr bol t2a s tomch, Ky not Ly t u ntoos on Su,,nd, Is- Fresh ay and W INES,,REFRESIIM INlTS & lfIG A oHs
toned, s T TAup Ge &om COunds, uselin thte days among them stryohn aa and 4ux voW.ie, auruocia and l g if onl y in as Pure as C re a Fssets e, I.-O
ofolr hartoc oref MEeri, are ol dmers' nevor fe ionss, even l nflnitesimal d enery in h wdowsiiC t usy, M.f Joe --- A. L, Ch... ..e, tof be foun d Icn the NI r ket. -
bOYt Cohreliable." They omprse The Bltemr answerathe iuroe moreealec- -quposs, WinXt sk, Mr. X W e rsale i Dr lietA arthisnest 0 L N S.U TA NR AI 12.1..-
Warner'18 LON G O abn 8t S app rill. tually, and canr be rai l ed upon as perfectly yarov e, Api os For sale atdkep, oni ... C ll e A t...son ic Temple. G'. B.. F
"otpropel"ler so mewhat Internal Use, April H e rSto.8c "" Hine for a boo o ,-t Mm a spec t 4 f O X "
"sPlaters, ...ose Cream," for a book of' shrryon"130
"Liver Pills, They are put up by I, 14, Theo teanaslp Nuoeu, Cyapt. Boig, ar.- B

There wia tsom Wll sw arng dofne by'athi 81 1 -i S Rl-i Amng other finds R-uItwl e mu. -tl'- rl i naig anturs r s

'rlstiille? Tho writer tha a r_ antl_ ta, k ____A____________________... _______L _l

the oevenco given by the policeman was chine was kept quite busy all the time. v interlook ad show outside o -
f oano ... .. their lips, and at the ad of the upper lOWI ,o Mai
The report that the yellow fever was in REMOVAL! snout are two holes tllrouh which two- I h i I I
Hanford has proved td be a correct one; al. the lowea teeth protrude when the .mod I mm i he le A dent -or the
though the 'limes-Union says thIt it was a i osd.
"'poradlo case,"' and doesn't apprehend i. u bthove Imaohil eai,.
further danger from the disease. We tina. illnforl his8 patrons ow*. ',t. I o
ocroly hope that the Times-.Union may be le d a nd t he Wes oMrOne Hundred Dolliru Eewsrd Partie w" of thae excellent ai
correct, for another yellow fever e pdemc an forofwiend a we of'r On nr h el i nehl leen
on the mainland would sro sly in uareKey pub ic generally that ued takani4 canlot-l s A0 fi x w i c' a shul c1alI N m.;i
Wet., as well as there of ia reSatte. 10 will rem V I J. HSNY 0., Props., Told, .
etae i re v h, .. op. ..o.. ie a oios, 1d Wngon Materials
Tho schooner Frahitt Louai, Capt. bus* ov and Wh e te W a Vl
Don roa, which arrived or e the DAY & N ttwo or e, the. on h om L A.
three days ago, from 4palpchcolawitha I 'i the new Masonic fe8 pa., 5. r. d ;- "T TT .' s B ,i, n hg,,,,,ew..htIg
nished discharg andl ba o QUTTgINO ER N OQ NO A 1PECI
f .er a t u- m lool dib, u ,t i l *uO iolg with l a .. -._.... | __ .n_
number of bunce 'f a fors wU e re e mm zuORt --ue ilv Tai, 1% holu lt Dthpal a d' .

aWilliams nd ot a. W. J. o y lOar e boa, Soldbyii rggst.l
Ia Nassau, ar ahcman t t o tb4 evse 'If er a TriMilse- .-
night, and after takinlonlg at w h .hasu alwaysh up -i-t .. ..iHt r i.. V o tA WarsT.a. -_ ti i00Lt
left this morclng for hkluc ndsto tv.d at his old 59 d ,U..r.e te ,, internalT, ... ..... I sUe--a .6 .olYO
pull ...off the wrecked kO ttl e ptf a ct direlll ut he blooeIed and 0 m ..u leu iasof als
lnging fr to paMs Tlo n t cO n e A Y. --- 1 1 -fBes .'

W ,,,,*** ,if.A fol .O.o ; .o 7
Williams and -o t OW uW and H 6-6is botlme. wSio f i t p a som. pe

The steal ,,ship mascotee, Capt.,alon e,n l i ie o -Wt le PE ,, ES I .- I2 [k,. l LIj l V. 1.IJ4 Y .. .. I I
Arrived at her rhaf at 4 uo,.k last evect h iit new _tup' ..w

" ^b-en s, e. otigt sho .gy forh, FSf!v uphlm! ^ you t makehyo w^ -fro ;gthSi 0x h
Vana at 10:0Pm sh lf f ta o nenfyaoo V 1 1 M t- UtInstallhteottatt l.-..
Nellie Johmn, L.iisa Arnher,' lownin the ca eoond.* wl DAi AtTt T .4
.Low. city, and wil,. I
Johnrt;sflt Lowe,. Jr., V, open hiapr onUoiee*ris?2ra
&Csa re-ry "-Wl fi it UP ow

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T HE n 0i.T I; a nd? ,ttE two U thmUndfas Ti S eWaove el' e e -t
,, :., tpress forward in an hour. You could Here is a weapon at onoe Of d W ..
follow at daybreak with the others." d oapa I wa sure the bodo e .
S041. op e regard l4 hs subordinate ohe sot ero manmust cotaisonm so the
clo ose y thin e liofilight His excited 0qf*i ntaure. Alsstemso, W/ans ,. an
RA CIIV AOW 1oJ mind saw a reason (or jeoilousy in the we a bl ll n oa 'tree '
RAN- suggeati of )he Lieutuant s seed the wapon early l and '
....... "hl .0 mounting tho gal of he wt heow v ot to .u
S"uide" f s in oxwelleut o e, Day- work to attack the heavy fasteni u"
..- A THRILLING .RY. a dgo he said, "but I will o first. unk deep nto the frame of the sah. .
of ..u The troops are not suffioiently reited The stubborn wood tosisted stoutly the 1
Sin of he a u. __for an immediate start, but 1 Will o t*eel In her Juexpersleneed hands, and I",'
Great Cattle Rangl of ely RIte towards morning, if I cn obtain tbn She th aor handle worked geat blisters .isn'
...cndo consent of the Major. I can rely upon upon her tender palms, but qhe pprsoe. 1 1 I
"e 'AOl you to assistn e in this matter?"T vered, full of resolution as she roeme- Ii t
"Wholly. "' bred that tit any moment they might l
...es "Very good. I will go directly be iterrpted by a visik t from l ekd es
BY VORTUen L. mTOm south from this point until I reach the Mrtine. mom ..
n ..... ... BTmountains; and tbhei I-must rety upon "Work, Judith, world* cried Winnie, R s=th
S. yguidisn You would do well to bea watching hr hing her intently, heavens ony
SctliUaeli eA.. a little to the west, for under the eir. If they do but come and find us out I" $..o.o
eCAPTAInS o.aLTos the punie. oumstalces the troop will I'd virtually "Look "- exclaimed Judith in tri- ra vedI
The cavalry company which thus set under your diretlos. umph, as the bolt f.ll from under the noied b
out in etarch of the daughter' of.ite "T will follow your commands in hll keen edge of the knife. prepare o
chief oflicer, while ostensibly 'under things," replied the young man. iBhe leaned back against the sash, Nnteent
the command of Major Colto*n, -was 1 will go and consult Major Colton breathless from her efforts. th I DC_
reality led oy Captain Carletono'. TI 4a regarding the matter," .continued 'What will you do?" asked Winnie. 09
Captain, inspired by the gravity of fel Oarleton "but do not doubt that his 1I will find some meai s.to surmount tr-t, bat
pocasion, had assumed control o the. views. will itgre wio th our ." te wall." any eon*
expedition, issued the necessary orders The two oflIters returned to wheri "And then?" asked Winnie, lacking Is as n
and generally taken the litiative, an Major Clton itatat a small fire, upon .the courage of the soldier's daughter, to yumr
his superior made no attempt to inter- which had been prepared their hasty but her spirits rising, under tme in.- 'am' '
foro with his authority. ation, and wMgh even in that ware fnuence of the stout heart of the other, eavedaSodI
Filled with a realizing -sense of the climate tTie chill of tie night rendered "We wuill escape to the forest and ten curtain
leril of his daughter, the pride and comfortable, hide until night; then we can find a stten I
hope of his life, Major CIolto had in The scene was pi t&resauo In the path down the mountain side," re and to
a measure lost the spirit that had T he 500 "But how can we cross that frightful moa
marked his' conduct in ab many mo. extreme, although t iolderi htad gulf?' And tears came into the eyes of Sinai wer
nents of former danger, and found little thought as to beauty; me light he gentle girl, She hid her face in ltkened t
h oinseolf relying wholly upon his corn of the flame penetrated the somber h er hands at the recollection of the hold of hir
ceises of the grove, ad illum d the deep abyss, the the foaming torrent of the gree
lon upa of -recumbent men, lost in the rushing over the rocks beneath, cus of t
Tho Captain -was not slow to seiz h of needed slumber. "Lt us escape the danger from swe s p ta
the opportunity which offore' so hi I cannot bear this delay, Carleton," those dreadful m the and I fill dareo all
a chanco for the gratitude of the exlime Major, as te two 1^t s lose oreful h Men, "n d wiud artel tno.Ndtnt
Sfathr, and hence his influence with ceroac ioe p rilsof the nTlaeh," replied Judith, e aet ic
SJudithn and the fair girl herself, I o,. and hre we, hl e" e outrage, and awshl ist Ioa
oioula he be successful in rescuing hel chfil is In danger." ue I
p(etoni the outlaws, could not fail to re. "Isuffer lik Winnie suppressed her fears In many o
I d him in thle light of her delivered ton at one, t"ak n advantage of th wibavcly, and supported Judith on the tmhe oret
fr a doom more frihtlul thays she ut steady ao e to e
r- ao m opportunity thus Ofreined him, "I have second lock ahich consist ofsa deorA
i was pleased to find that thocm id the toops, and take two imly to the oaken sash. 'lto panes o the
.4^ pa'ny" ol mami placed at his disposal wao in pursuit instead of one. In two houri of the lass wersmll ahnd the cross Wre three
Swoeli adapted to the service; a band ol I shall move forward with hadf the men bare heavy pine of hadw te ~ t &hf
triel and experienced soldiers, woc and two of the Indians, and you can window must be aised, or escape was d Fon p
had booeen long upon the frontier and follow with the others at dawn." impossible. t, o urn co
well iactitod in all the hoeds of In 'I will go with you, said Major Col .uds thiorked in Dl en i frco with-. w
rt(,,nspar o tl',.r 8 eeo erte ,n q Judith worked' in aftonot from with
.u. i.n..l.., 1ton, rising, out there came no in of life, and the ainst T
Well mounted and well aaeleo6, they Carleton hesitated a nU cnont seekiid gils believed that tne early hour yet' bresat leos
Swro. fit to cope with a stronger band the best method of opposing the design h eld.the tked out a n s. on.idet
than was commanded by Iled Mar'tilU, of his superior, which would interfeor The tak wa nearly done; the wood bid
and With hopes high lihe pressed then with the very motivewhich lay in hio had bon ut'away, and laing uitdte e
forward with such vigorous haste that suggestion. h la .. rid be e ounay ,and li ab depsde
o..Judbithd onut. norh khien u s eo te e -irond h moes evt
the post they old loeft was mles nt tlik that you would otnin dith ey ... trong. o" f.ro.. e' of overtow
ear when (1 y iontI nto caim a itle make the one body aef ota's more second tolt fell from its place. tme forget
.fured oumittl t, ig. hi t'ective thn they would be without T4ie way was, open. Pushing thol ster, na i
e60ho as -wits hlas grit f, Major Colton %your experience nnd presence, and thib window slowly up to avoid noise, the .Ite anuber
as met insonsible to the zeal and at t s if of the other," he ro-. girls climbed through, and into the Vine direct
dspa yetd by his subordinate, and plied, unmindful of the o seoct of his yard without, upon thel
hs h retone, ot t hneh h i Wr ee, t l ury, what
a his u.iNcfon it touched him. Nor spe ch upon Davadge. "J have seen ra nIO BEO Tnsne .l doCes the o b
s ho wholly gmanoraunt of the cause o service enough ulfon the frontier to do n e" reformers
.'k e toi esitmusim, and derived good work with the command intrust- the present
Te,comfort frbb the fact that a com. ed to me, while should you have the Ie Was a Committee of One to Break propose tho
Sympathy animated them both. remainder of the omjainy in charge,, the te lews. ye ories pna
i' a enu 'o i ienireal the 'or, best rcsultsnay bo hoped for," "You ;ay that I'm pale and flustered last deade
t n o d senior o Porniaps it would be bettor as you nd shivering in mny boots; I'll be 5 andak
t. .utsedt. at .to. tue display of say," replied tlie Major, f ter an in- hanged if lou a ouldan't shiver if you Whes
greater enoreXgy, m nd he would scarce terva) of silence. "I lnow tho valun had to breas the I uppose u ilionf th
consnt 1o'he iof' rest that, was im. o fresh trps upon a trail, although htave heard how Qui i sttu e o t e
',agiebt tOa nden ole-'t tm hins I can scam'coly subdue ay ianmpatience. on a bunk down there, nvitl a pint or' two thousa
e lgaloty ansd khenotlgtgo *oft his Go., u milmeayli ,od speed you I.i more of hi:I omwn blue blood mixed up idianites I
.k hy had nasseR the -direct *aid Cnrleton, his heart bounding ex l to. order
h vlich the s uperior 'aft.9f te ultanl t te thought of beading the i nmd e a co itte of oi e to go to and afrald
Slind onabtedo them to heloM a p *| beurs it alone, ei mo b e cinueto and tel i wife all about (roe aGle
toe Malscplero eoll Mknew aj Mnor CIon shook his head, the scrimmIeino and what to her man wero anfra
ln h mountain "ifso ua'ged the Caatai God told th
1S but be, 3h0n 1ni. 1 on iot washed oni thioe johb, you bet, iand my too a
ie M i, It not sleep, aand you' c W was too Is!
.7if able to coitinue batted in a quart of saat. 'a aiso
not snienbera "W willl you go, at once?" ranks who I
and. O "No," replied Carleton, consulting plaintive song, but she drion up when a In haste tor
a,.ot which the Indianu guides his watch by the light of the fire. "An-, sloe saw me, for she knew there was though ve
.eolod as their camping ground otiler hour of rest, and I will set out. souietlinmg wro'ing. Then I coughed stopping u
...sparso thicket beside a narrow At this they sought their blankets, uand I hlainnmed and, stammered, and te plA
remian. Tio horses j'e&o' ot pickketed and quit reigned for a time over tlhe 'Madami,' ,aid 1, 'be brave; your hus- left UT
out ipon thlo plain, WNW ePprud A'hero camp, broken only by the low breathe- band is rlowa'lyi'-' that and tli
the(y might feed upoaf the regives of the ing of the sleepers and the restless Oh, Lord I what a shriek she gavel battle shou
shrubib at hanud,.rqail for an instant's movements of the horses near at hand. And she walked up and down a-moan- Mldeom,"
tnumit at daybreak. SBcarce allowing himself the hour's lug and Avriungig her furrowed hands, iononaq
'ito tired troopers, after a hastily *est.Qf which he had spoken, Carleton and- her' hair fell down like seaweed bellwvr;n
'"ton raelast, threw themselves at once arose and called the Indians. Ac- adrift by the ocean sands. oftbe.ay
on the ground for slumber, but quainting led IThunder and the dumb. "'Oh, he 'en,' she cried, 'my bus-. hundri.
jor C'olton could not sleep, and Mescalero .-with his intentions,: he' band I They've taken my lovefrom me,' mridonm lc
r*ton left him fur a thine and wan- awakened' a pioked-numbey of men and the way she reeled and staggered millionleft,
Iodeont to the oedgoof ltue thicket, from the body; and with as little noise was a'sight for a man to tsee; 'so divine crm
lie was confilont of the success of possible they set out upon the trail. brave, so kind, and so noble I So loy- apamfull
Sexp)edition, but the presence of the the troops used to forced journeys ing, so grand and strong I And low shandaid
escaleros embarrassed him. I, e in their service in that perilous coun-. muat I wait his coming in vain' all the "The I
jured the shrewdness of these prairie try, responded randily to hils call, attd dark day log.l Au% 'his children will woi
'nifs, for he had solved the mystery when at the first light of day Maijor wail in soirhOw4nd never again in glee swordoft
if their demeanor when he had first Colton led the remainder of the 0o9- troop'down in the misty twiHight and the sord
mnet them; they had somp score of pany from the grove, no trace of thl cluster about his knee.' ratie, the
blood to settle with his savage brother, Captain was visible 'on the wide "And s .h went on '--; her u Sn a
and had observed the likeness which rinl1e that stretched in an u wbrokin- 'screans for a block h wert heardaln ILuther, h
tine, e .omo to him. level miles away toward the enoan- like a graven image stood there with- .s.it aud
T.me officer felt the shame that a di.- taint. out saying a word. It. emed like my a ni
Closure might bring upon him, and his tongue-n-a--frozen or g^lued. to .'mi.. ecoultd
ace contractca wntn tthe sters thought tongOe was noze o gi a y eoud
hat a quick charge and well directed CHAP:i-B XXL pearly teeth, and ardl breath came leprosy an
aflre from his troops might save him A BOILDG'S IAUOTEZ. Ula'ard from te paranyzed lungs be.- ahba^h
A gn ,hws troubled for the rays among the cra a and defilest "But I braced upf'all of a Sudden, w as
of Adaint, Coltan until orrtv safety .ays ao ................ and, 'Madam,' said I a gain. Im sorry smothtins
t arrived to mountain before Judith Colton and -ix d, ued sorry- ab oS h omuld
her aid, but his knowledge of her her companion'were awake. WIth the this needless rra-ln 1 aou faet. ,
spirit led him to hope that she would return of oonsiousnes,'anfter hthe deep tzi neole~a pamlng .leu edonwyeoep. o l ^ nt
f aor a time at leasl successfully repevo.lumenr lesulai- h &.. ,,
the advances of her captor. r "e 'slambe, -resultin fro the ham-dahlias, andt wail; _Oui ol~d man ain't deatd by a "who am'
Secure in time possession 0f e girl, aiz. of thir captivity, and' the lon shot; he's oy l e i ai. -
the ouhtaw might curb his passion out fearful of their fate-. She glare at me fore mute-oro .-.., t
of respect to a beauty wh/Li he wished But Judihh Colton was possessed of wt minut ort, hthe *"1-o i 1: .hd
to enjoy, and the soldier knew human too much oburageto remain lo-- under 'So thne old loafer's down tere -t-h. nal
senture well enough to undpmttand that the weakness of dos-oir; she''-t that in jail again ?., : lute ito,
'even brutality wmill ometimes yield to the s5tudt5on called for a^tt- a--ol-mpt "Then she picked up a tub Iand- ,5
tuom\nine pleading and entreaty, and effective, rather thafe a pauve sur" smashed' it all over my princely, heidi,' then
Judith Colton wma not of the metal render to gief, for she was in the and' I saw she was getting ready t 5
that melts to threats, but confronted power of vin..,tive ..d ruthless man paint the whole landscape red. .50 I times and
.by her terrible position, she would .not who'ould drupe at nothing to obtain so pped thtorlh e'gate. !rod' mid ted .,v OnonI
,be a woman did she not try to soften- fulfillment of his passion. so fast thgt I foramy sho^ and they nft
the frightful advances which he loe1 ..izneeling again with Wivnie Beatill don't make me a committee in t.e them tq
wouldbe made. His only hope thert- 'at her bedside. she once more besouaht future to break the 'news."--1'ebra

lore was a speedy march and a quio, 'the favor of Heaven and comforted Jotinal. o ,
recapture, and he chafed through the and strengthened by 'e.. supploation, Stur
IIourii that halted his pursuit, like a she ag oso with a new. laith dud courage ... t wor
wild beast wounded an suffering from i her heart. The Iolly Tree. wety y
ain. A step near at hand-drewli at Os ^.rpose p0lesused her mind Although the holly is one ol the f.s Neither
onion, and turning, Davdge r w beautiful of our evergreen p

tr e on not at rept?" ak udth l ada 4 od that either of our nran aso n the
be a bard one, dwe tart at dwn.. become hilsl lvht. to ootry ploe1ftos tUreeo 'orest coma- !
D canuntslep," not phied t yoam, doOr r. ohs O officer. "The thought of Judith pol*. thj irs ,,ohafi ad was of massive oak fsam their parent soil and made to rt
thi the ospower of tho at rafllah the e a of tt made e.. s' in a ourih in d atha i v5 foad, us.
olitude and through the dark ea ne th a nbodes of nd em but it.e
hurt arpo h for tIe Ii nost faart r ulntainednlu a iq n e
W here I M major Colton r w urTm dte stteh an tb he thd a 'ig st o n r tf anoru av e i a u, dr o ne
icated thepot ine hica h Cetaroe tn l a neo o dby hh p.alde t Ovr. : te g ft 1Ull
left himsu l e thto o o aiht. hop to b coul tin eae ou ,n hand This" th

oficer.l b though. w l t lhmh om a wsofm s1, o0tie to
"Do you n ot think ha said, "thai t hes e Stad elt 0froO Ulr in l hti. 1attnalvio n e
soitudes, andh ro trpv cxteesxde 6.c and s; n e of bea uvysgrsss Ait it gra cfo,
la y would btde minn e o e q t o eei n o ubr

Shesre. a oke N bi t b th
't he mowspote inh e "vho e O eto iathi-fl.einy A w.t.h pa ;lsade _wi chv generally lls m
lowt him.oWe bo 0Whl louaritd .'b hope to a Uio gs rdersT o hat T 6sthi
the subaeten, forf the wtyasei sil O ifho qmfri U0e = m.9 a f rom Its' O nati o qve steal Macuitv gry
Iut ru yould be wueleMtuta l ti _1010 aSys w06h 'u i nantoh sn ian d rfw em-s de to : mef|

IN tot be flight segardt, s dllur i i.dL have bieani

uoes mIght make "e qpfhds t *NUA~dsg 01 rook, amid I wlh 'I
thinly would have a d Rounl01pox 1*464 9. *ipof ii a
Success, .hei* t e. Afu fail n ran
washismwn. wit 'el 'Osv to idTfd a t !bF Neow q ) me
Wehavelsuieieutmmafgrb sal a oft 0 I 04. W On
~out our Davades we1 11 UA -Akif.tsUnl btl


wo "ti Up the Century.,

/ .lseft." Revelations
tu departin Al.
easn a BX~entre step &each
i We n,the last
bis Ose whioh fact makes the
S k osiwlds s Bible the al-.
ad the ms g Ve and the
"dam 0 thinery in all
W02e I& decade of this
pon w0h we s.a 0oon n ter will
granmet, itest and most
d alte oogles. Iam
neto I o omemimedIataly for we
new bap.n~a of the Holy Ghost to
%r it, at ast ten years of the
i itury, may we al live to see
e any one say that this division
arbitrary? Oh, no; in other anes
ins of times way nave been a(wi.
our yos date from Christ. Do
a that l groupingof tea together
simmept abltraryT Oh, no; next
Mn V e ten is with God a favorite
Abrialm dwelt teo years in
Tn righteous men would have
lm. In the ancient tabernacle were
is, their pillars ten and their sock.
n the ancient temple were ten lav.
i candlesticks and t ua table and a
of ten oublts. An4t he laomand.
itten on the grnte of Mount
ten, and the kIngdom of God was
ten virgins, and tah n.W should lay
m that was a Jew, annw hiOn reward
aily faithful is that the Aall reign
ties, and in the effort to take the
Jh New Jerusalem the number toen
ounad the thousandserylig ,"ten
tines ten thousands no t come
award the lposng tin years of the
t century with an Intensity of in.
n hard& describe.
lo noticed that the favorite timo
Sthe centuries for great events was
g fragment of these entry. Is
Sbe discovered. it nuast be iu the
e of the h century, namely,
U free constitutional governmenont to
ablished In America, thbo last years
Ighteenth century must anchieve it.
a cities to be submerged by one
moria. Herculaneum nil Strablan
pell n the latter part of the Firat
iust go under. Thb Fourth con-
1 with the most agitating ecclesi-
t of htory, Urban thea bxth
element the seventh,. Alfred the
es the Ninth century and Edward
bthe Eleventh oontury with their r'e-
deeds. The Sixteenth century closed
establishment of religious in-
s In the United Netherlanans. Aoe,
cry century has had Its perarat'on
eling achievements. As the clos-
of the centuries mse 1 tfnvorlto
'eat scene .of emancipatioa or tlis-
Sase r he numb ten sen a favor.
r in the S.iptures, written by dl.
ioni and as we arse scnn to enter
ost ten years of the Nineteenth ceu-
Sdoes the world pi'op''7 What
urch of Christ propo os ? What do
propose? I know not: but now In
me of this consecrated as seiibly I
tt wo make ready get anil our bt-
ted and and all or plans we i laid in
ins of this decade, and then in the
a of the Nineteenth century march
ae this round world for Goil.
say we, I mean the'fivo hundred
ristlans now alive. But, as many
Ill not have enough heart for the
s copy Gideon, andAs hehal thirty-
andl men in his aaiy to figlt the
but many of themowere not mlde
at stuff and heoproiulgainted a minill-
sr saying; "WVhosteve ris fearfuli
let him return and dlepiart early
ad," and twenty-two thlaiimnid
aid of getting hurt and went
only ten thousand vwein o left and
1em that even this reduc'ld number
go a number, for they miight think
ld only those shoa be oept in the
In passing thle river should be so
r victory over their enmeules, that
ery thirsty, they would without
Second just scoon) up the water
Al1n of their rlglt hand and
the water in the palm of their
and only three hundraedi men did
nose thee hundred men with the
uti "The sword of the Lordi and of
matteredthe Midlanites like leaves
iOX,so out of the five hundred mil-
el Christians of to-lay lot all un-
tad cowards go home and get out
And suppose we have only four
million left, suppose only two hun-
on left, suppose only one hundred
1, yea, suppose we only have fifty
With them we wull undertake the
lade, And each one just scooping up
of the rivwr of God's naercy In on*
palm fll of the river of God's
inthe other, let us with the Mr,
rd of the Lord anl lGideon," thef
the lord and of JohnKnox, the
be Lord and df Matthew Btmpson0
of ltW Lord c and of Bishop o.-
i wordof th6 Lord and of Adontran
ae sword of the Lord and of Martin
?ato the last decade of the Nine-
salos for me to propose It ? Oh.
atipv servant in the kitchen of
)ld the commander'bn.chief where
get rid of the blotelis of bls awful
dL his complexion beaame as fair as
And didn't Christ in order to take
hula out of 'the eyce of the blind
mixture. of plttie and lji,.it" And
tead of te regular road -y whih
av come Up too late, he came up
to save Waterloo and Europe I
at' n unkown lad, who perhaps
wltq his own mime? And so I,
lee tha. teo least of all saint.,'
short out to victory and am willing
o c in on some blind eye
oneof the brigador generals of'ae
ast how thl.laprosied world mayu
deeads ote-te Ilnetesuth century
iash come as the flesh of 1

iy conaunsmatlonl No, om. on
qnquote (m" Daulel about 'tbn
ahaltf tne," and takes .
i, my ear. But with utmost revea
ra heaven and ay God .-w

1 never l stW cons.crat
and )4y 4acna tion and
rd of God m a r up to I
k it an make Lpaniel'stl
ar ant hu me ten an
Isaiah, nor nsor a
nhl nor or -ta
hor m or.;Wjqes wM.
end., p tpC Bibleh

ns God pew chonges
eIm Mn tm-egry, toayd
at t n th ente Be d an a
Ad a o without

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That the o wamp heu r t work d garlanded

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homspetlo of an0 n pt e we the books. And lne l o ls. TlleluinI A mseni
at te a ta I tooe -oel .
offtta punow ml tiarestsa
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treaPn.n of tantmtdgethtrhanhr.di e
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uMweat uMisIobutetneagte and whn yo d thew men n w. t
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chefr dstt o0u thee an orn-w enn woaegt ioap raeutdomoum b alltospaa po, ohps socl oaote rvowt ott. he

Seday tamtn o, e .eare onbe ar ps hre trb are firs, t t oftt bp sat tar o whont h .omadnso, th ep
long aor wbe Lorde But why do you next Buto teanietotiebaa in what aat on tones and what bnldlnt."

quote the previous antence.wh ic e iy s thnamely way tow eth a itbole tdoeio hey es.h"e s t, u e te t to .i..s .nomr

rn. oT ,t. oh o ondonw hasoris a th worak thet n n o o o
one day Is with the Lard aetuss t .o e w c lmheit inanc oe hrlatl oud havit tow omtn' bTeili ole Isoi e anod a t hinh
byeard That ,He criuld do tbe ndwork ol te AyelIe the nmofgtihewvenbundredanhot 3te Hpo rtd imsef to th 8llerso o the-
ntrse Ih tw enty-fourch s n t a, I ouw. tour thoumnto the b tiles ofu C hristi a nd pnop ea l asaagio n s o te lr Mnat h, only
t olte impresion that the did' evi-. ofa ad twehe wio re inhin H spokenh to tyear detorotpe of their con
geiaton awo aym O. Andr e M .M m l.tath. oo S of nlK dred and miions anh duot o land i atsco uencel;a. d fin the eig ot

s and look o th o rG-og t-nurte b mions of d elar b h. oly h csono eI o tle sae S rt to te
stawe ne ltwo pbjeotra near eaho qther, and when you peuade Gethe wtAly mgen ight r leg att. v.) He. ad told them.

we rain owr vison and tass what they are, ot the Idtngdom otod teat the roeedy con- oy wh.a evy wor In tlne e of od -
and we call peat conventeion to gue what veTion o the wori 1 I pri n thato. asthe no ta doo o that awlt
they anes a station: eb t how n oa theao Iraiah and swe ki a a dt uhael and st. John t t theirandbeaue s nt o nd o f o thyo

long andoan e o a telescope on the wl not tand i the way of It h ut help t on would t let inw deliver t ne rom the an-
lid and look and look end finally conclude I havu no sympathy with this bombaedment ?idnwmth so lang'in grace, rubtraled,
that they are two beast, that we siand. ot tolh e toe men ea be worth a tenuttersaHio tword t ot Hf o: g"Iat
one lae .air andB u the other has whole e < a five million doiar wtuld, and bti a erd wi ton n y t, ysbll not seaMe heu corte d, tUl
guop it mun t be the lion. I ad thve lamb for other alon miht p hari be induced t The s. l a y, Ile ueod t sHe that coueethon the

lyttg own together In tllat great cadle fiteen million, f hi oloy pape I tae a. am of thee Lord" eat ?la.., 83-8. Ask
of postponement and oolencewe rok the up tl weat who ha endowed He leaves tho bu sad at heart and deep .
church a d. though I dt were m n an d ld a college or built church or h h oital di grievh d a t f(L e onlo, or whom e
and sillayt "Huhm he, t arhdon't be t imp. or a t ree iu brary, and that thing ir ghiag to t lbo eay w h lo ia i os il f e
cryl sour Pthe 's cominugl Don't gh t e r noonat non Amd rbuormathary organiatona tre ondlTone otins mte te o r lsa

.eGold ilrl He h ee Itwo r thro tn o the r will be o ver whelmed with m hunifiscenrce I we saw.t o o. th an he oul s mand
wentythoueandyears." And we. ates canu ere our man of wealth that the xlo a mebut del
thoutsg h we thought th is when Mac aey's woard'o evangelz to and I m t sble an d tha l. aend htesaw ande felt hd no yanes for
ainuou tew wealander in te tar distance is they mar live t o I with their ia o ow h oits. teror lam w pottt on
wanted on brokenarh of London Ihave alwa chrishd tohe Idea that wion a a kooe f e ae
Stride strmto bng the s the world i conve d we would be allowed Nw toheht henn l e"th b (s. d, a .) 1h e
Paaon hiso grand d iht break In to come out a ion the bettlaniets of heaven Hole x p.iri Hled said, tu h 'e al the
ae jolt his penll by asbng hm If he and sea the bantered processIon andb rll tsw years b hef i that Zion
thought the a uenlunevea wuld appear, the bofres or vitory.. tI would keto oll i vl a1 a v)fi n d J'erusa"toln he
Men and women of te eternal God onr. ee the proceon lor by and uste ber anth heas (M er1, 1 ht ohne s,1t to
.and dpughte roo the Lord Almighty We mitt myel to throw on ad got for a ig. pteb l as(.o. v... ftby utheas e ,s

get ready or e worek. er s deemed pAnme, or ii laworis ed nations should lear war d ') mor. (M4, lv

thatn akes t nor eourh e dnet ith n for e an andDul e e ab-in t and isatead s o snuther the smesiroit thrat hald te. tdweth
long p ersuasion to do His work or at He' lls objects our men ot wealth wlle l aretotg o f auldn notwht, the S of ts ro t
not wling that any should peisl He Is not Stein hine as, at a poetofisce'wigdow ore a "^^rrallod,
ith og th art any of sthave eo ef the e of next railroadd tikt office, hut this cae wo rting be l .h teha. H bea r f reto v
decade shll esh e and he whole Bible is.a or their turn to nake chartble deposit. The Hao tupn the Mo unt ot aOin t he d o
crim W of bos ring ig out gCome, come. Gentiles ar not long going to alloww txeom. against th prte vale." A os wesee this t grea
come' a nd you need not go round t salves to be eclipsed by Mr Hirnch he Jewa sllsa. eod-nn rhatst the
Pthe earth to fInd out how naat oli who has junt gea forty mnllon a's fo n oo Messlad wosha yet be mnifest as (i
He wants the world to come but just to walk schools rance Germany and Rus, iato. reaethe o of Jo Pa y ratandlh to
around one stripe an d obare and leafless ok ic that so much e f anwelth the world 11gn thd e natou (kr e 1 a ni, thusrolor
tree wita two brouher not arched, but hoan. s coming Into the possession of Christianmen tohgly tlohy of the n Holy vh,(k
zonta. But He ils watitng, waM He said Ha and women. An although the original sawe the ref i,, o )o a his teirwom He
would, for thme co-operation of the church, church waf vere poor, an d lt e ngmbbrsww re wIich'lie IS -a c thon co r aingIt
When we eras read God Ib ready. And He flsh dedlens on the banks of ano f had s lwlyAlad s lungerngo y le ae tho Holy o
certainly has allb the weaponry ready to cp. only such otnock on hand as thm y could take nin Hls, nud the temple, nd the cIty, a.il
ture tli world for the truth, all thA their own naae t, trad ay In the uw ads o( Chris. htand or a la t ampl ewe, hall thiset ao u othoat ,
weapousg of klhadnet s e devastation. tiao men and wonme tiere Is epougla money d iatoel east of the cstyw and velt had Y o y tes
O the o. hand the. Gospel and to prI.nt Bibles and build churches and sup t softhepeole. viii., 3,4e lx.,
fsmnosN and rower to orhear dio and oIn tn year to -.4,18;xlr ,','i)n, but T n l al wo
ene the earth, and fountains sw ng save te world the lartedisiwon f E lab lo and
aroas poured out of the vials of heavens, Again, I think that thoe worlds evenHeoyzaat, adig the saithrto s Shucte
whilo n the othe bal he as he w heanry dlo s ee be achielved i p th o thic sioerld be o ,s70, thear eoad ana ,this.thatZ
o devastate nu, thumderbolt and cag r a. couse woie have already tha t oradl o ualllca I ,nstl. o"rwrdt dta.e"adna w ...a d.*
tion and oerceah planoetary IonoI tSutoions net eapo imolry for lata n wdk. do not ,utse
ouda, sdtellar, or meteoric a that with have to built thae w; they na'fro h it and they the ah .ld b .reaa t e .Sr k." ho^ ..,
loose aelI thrown on the nook for a are filled with tes aaf tasoamansif voang nen 1 Zion Zeah d xle.h 'i sh *ou i th allst
secod would leave constellations and and there vil ber tn aup sets'a ol studrment Aytsrisef th r. 't r ltit hatealnatile
gtalmen so wanny sllt and shitreit wheels who wll gth adate into theo b ministry titiy .orita h" Mate i
perutheboulevBrds o heovew.. An.d thst God bato 'eatheclose/ t fof n t ce wamlat 'Cn co l '"ntis it aksh
a el ..ropu lestaee n anw eaudr be'tott jo.eat the of rnln "te a hanb theer haad Te or
C W .a.mak r I te.Iteehnd the oott in 1 .eofrtherond aoyf t uhe lor ofd ho'woud o
IllsU W go iIou nm alessd as, iou n forI ty y ad thaklu gandflatteri.n firs ain 'theMate,-d utsivi b wet 'th a l n
when through Jesus Chrwlkt my snful r'oul w ami o ods or wbundreaUso ,wriln t oghMicah onenroe whoi s tes r throbygthe
.made pac with Hni l them.1o n i tmnlowhe edansthe orage wo n, andthey walk fomny one saing o tbo
If you continue to as m e why I think th thn y oungoea mno instead of ateriagnhe .t al ad sp dtob ith ve M n of be we a
.the world an b e I e f des I the nexlalea o a dtminitrfti ceiwd ad t ah i th s p c air wi t ne a sa o ?'
the Mneteenth c. ntury, I reply because It is feeal likte David who c dzia t u neust t ,h-ut' to tshea t oe dIs toe overt
eadt B gre u d a n a t o.Bconsidering sth in o the ir t rn tes were et ab l ry as "ouvbtT ae' nthe stthen o tea w lethe, e ths e te '
bel ofl wo rkirs t wni l go at it, It e, ic he left his carriage to anhem.d camegtoHus privoately, oi' rnelar askctru Himou
comeorkamiretnhaeandnot goaro pad salvtses cnstoeanty btyy iane wHlscntiuJ
pe eaufded it caan he done. We have two- theibattlefand cried "Whie Is tho SS & lag tehatHe w uldsa 'oena. s hl e rn bemanoif t .
sifted the five w lundced mIllion of work- crcumcisd P tnetra ath Rshouddfyth e Ie. tolhertefle o ry ofeIsraelaod aliahtLuk
eis ow n tofoudr b hunhreda. millonnd ar m is hatte iin o d h"'82.,t.usned wih fveri
t irA hundredhtw milrliono t w rched, but r eislsmi totes s ossneseionC phriawmensing l le 21; Acts i ng i an'odptehs wthei olsysCtrn
redul.iButne.andinehaungdisioens nadtotHe angdw g0en. fomotae lthioug theorginto te land theaugh th thoerpect; aiseo JBea'. It
wiotldfon.t I w-ent _tonwofktohelcp lutc'dust adhwa heesn dt ih.eair. a e wons 1-8 whais writesamhevo .8 th e aoIs baele
Who ywoulsethatynuombreroaudydbAng to. Myefealndrs whatbu suc am eusloeoyere foretoldg ththeyovea'o ya
every yeare, and t eashsoul sobrought should You iotoe tendatency In storyan all e Hins, ather Messia, uchass li,
bring another each d. I found about us to a oimax. The creation week a 'is- x-xii.: h eau. hea, 21wr ne
routaidedbyaproe aama herbe to fsh and from fishby Thoht adeea
tobird Takerlaced.tharuanyioadeceirive",, tan tst a
wrkeap enstofekindrefsor easaio. tid- me. nd wome n thr. is "nough money o l int he tO otnth, cit, we nhave, the ad
waddnotneedanE B oauro g fro t Bblrd uadruped and s
S. er eart ande Youtee atn Iassim lr e q gores, a..onatoti The ew Hs t rn y' 'The.od ofH t r
tloiniof ot nd-utgeinetrla pr. i, 'Se rising from quiet geneao- ci"o s- hd... T.
greainon, Then I gavto the learned pro- ueal table In Mtatthew apocalypticohe veasandhowyehero
d It n -a l 'So f toed art with e i ef h oea n, agpaomin, t climax to thils century, which zito ve o.t" I id t wad so d I n Johan'
wbrouhta hu hatoth eachyeaort bt> nbea che e first sIteamer and he- ostt "n*
toa yd attd oenh lune rbol t another ca use of the filtra stthoscope and the'lick o the titim, i
g y ords o have' fourteen the ai tleg p and the clatter of tim airst tine 'orld l~l 1 It Ot withuIl asoreso
ofr, sth atr, or meteor was two ebeotnie light and th e revolution od the yrst Worhid h is tho Truth.
l no o s e r este v e n rhu n on t -eu r th o u s a n d s t eaa i p lowl a n d th en s a w o f s to rm s w a s wn i ttena :1 a a y h a ll c, o n1 m e M n eI
seond wo ute five llati edsand tand society were bon and Instead of an ent 4 sh al c n' 'woo
gato so annd stopped t a ad I retained eating foleh i gradonu, as wtsdone at Nortbtha dmayfnhowbelievndnth Ie Ills
for teo le eva nmidlson people too amGpdton in England in the last centuryci n w r oItte Bl d lvn ay It(I

The you l &ars llve oar se the plant'ss Caee an te nd thousand have (of th,,,,,.of tlv d It im ont
way whereo:showsIBlesregard for the been rorn to yyd in be South Sea liauos t
Shentatenal is whalesraxagesC of rocky column Islan u Microneia and Mela thia and Atu hsastnpiuce, thost ofthe
dT r What oday re l a s a nyiodutdtwoset dtby e-
tenhsitsidesanesiedanaTsh n yu be a is t an d iamsthn be by t hed fom't H waiscomt onf
it studied tne-ouhe t eo m pe.w'yofa iey h approungofrat t an d D ofenavi oaveings te t heas city up)oa aeah o t h oeuhallcoma tor nas %
to wd cab i n ths esaned i sbh e alng t The o unveiled 'or it, anduw the wholastelt airteaw i l Ss.
thre pot nottuwltu wa rel bau Godit.s feala l sna hasiswuo n st w elopenus let whas iso wt tted imbvw.at Hx., 8, ted dou the
ia greatudethe aktnon sdrn the a a the u osp were.WhtIng witha s and nirthP Over agint the temlsh' ther

Uft~r al l~ a t'hefiegunre bctin tha h e ould dete yohet Toug the g tear r be rem ovdued
eredown tofourhunhl"A th millnon anodntainabh cay: mTne Lord itof tHeomidst of1wkt
uhad t andhath mtoun tainsshakethereis
drtlsln enuimastoeinn lredsilenn onth?' thesfotthehwatilersroarai d be
Iferm tilelo Iowent ata' workto ha wot ua n is h eesm Into t The oinr .' b aa l ttoear o vrhoto ed 4

toaIefte So O t-,., 4yifi'sale., ..
h -htr 0 mtheoair s for the So the ton s T Jva O ActsIVr, V,
us" ^f ^ a I, AAO M= S HI F" Q0 ^^
6, i 7. In It ahm r ue i9 grater or
l osbiito f G oita d onfo now inall'00 ; shall be
Is toti .tovtI theost i nh s' Ier
.h !S:: pS denr b ofsth di e T aa ortoatdlet f true again in the lt yearsofl
td e ony np -n ,'story ore the Lor&.returns for their

map rl bm o no. al0v 10. "Aild the sql
t y, 0 a o mant goqd mtu 9M be published
fi en em vorttcsorba acall 411 Atns. Mwtt, zil9', 14 says:

i 'i- e end end I'p n w aie ..
t bY Or or othdthe ki~ i ingdom unto
iod Will*takeahun 2dredso hus m iff, the ,i dom shall .be
No you se e that-tha W idsll ten con e."
,4_t. iend o,
= o-the Jla4" bfrmthe necessty of eod oiee

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wd deno daton-to irca' ot'any dOel h
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to $hall U04
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the Nationail l(apital.

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by hb' Chitse Miister.

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w.- e. re t he' IJ, selecti 1l ifIli, l.'litcil Stat>'s
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..u or.thl Pirst National f It rril'ug.

h 0ako tahoIFird t ell itt. 1uoftlttis'ii
I;L niautl Nl M IMI al of No.w Y,.rk f,,r tlih
.. t NaHti ."l ?fi4o of New ,irk for t~e. CoutraLI National 1n,
Phtl.lelphia,"llhe Nsntinll Jil .tukof NoA
York'for ti Firstt Na .otal .4hsliall,
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Dakota; the Ini ov ,r Xn i.ti,,i ,.t Il, ,w,
Idaho, and tl a N tim11111 1J' kI f th.' t 'IiluTb-
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deoldil tlhat Inahii.' rv iIoluuging to foI'reigIl
ihantfanctrur ,,r, vho d,,Asire, to trnnsiiort
their l' ] o)li 10 th I t U jti(, Stat( could
not litc tll,1'(,Ii iI 11ter 'free If dulnty, 'iri
hihat ille I'trnIs rt'atioill of wor1 l nI''Ill to en'ile.
'or ithi th llat w'1I1ouldI1 be a violation of
thi L',(" titra 't llhor Inw,

1nnunclpation Day.
Th I- I T'l Iri'l peoipl eelelrtlteil tli'i. ir oni i -.
li' ti 11 i laliaington villi a Itugel pa'dole,
I1nilTI'\-, evi toiid ttiradeis. 'ITho Presidut
H'etri't'is Winhidomn, Noble, Proctor andI
1us];, l'ortlnabter-Gener'al Vaunimmaker and
At 'IT'.y.(Gellr111 Millir reviewed the phrado
firo llhi' l (rtito of tio Whlito IIouso, Publico
,ll-' tiI.t 1eTre held miTd nddrcssL'd by ltov.
WV. D. i"rri'k, of New Yo.,rk, aud Hon.

",u,' q, l ill'tid In a Fight Betweent
(;tlu'(l < unlld |looiiiorf. '. I
i.\ !,ih flroinl Fort Rmilth, Ark., says:
lT! 'I 'I' i'I ()kinh')iiia is iiiiiiiili..ig rtpidlly.
I;r -' ,l-'itution i Mire to foil-w, and it
I' ,' likTT ely that oTve'rninT i tal relief
'*il iTi' 'IIV 'm"l t i l tIvidTI for sL l.Te'Irs.
', T .' 'I liirg tI' lvteT ,f t t I tellllet l 4etw ,ln
I 1411 ; T. ti i. t ii'irT, battle e 1eT t ntil Chi'lckaIIw
]),,, ,.t tH,, f.,rl at ('hi ,hln's c tthl ti'il,
,', '.I'. l': n 1\,r', t 'll'i f -, 'verai ftl'tiin r d fatl[-
iii!-' It. rit TI'r, I k T',IIf ,erl''Xrli.h iT Ii h tChi 'k-
11 uiv NT ti n ,I t,, IT t -al -, t ,.t thl ltl''iT 'Tt l
I alia ut'll (i lsn, tht lut k ller hi r, t er t' OUkla.
1> .1 'l'a fu >l ,, Jerunil th,.,nm tn tlM' the Chis.-
| ttl n I t.il )c;nliiu t l]n 1 llI, ] w tfrritrrv,
reilii..rc>. L1 i p'rty V f 1.,i(, r fnrs fro" C >,k,.
ln, IEanu1 int'' u.'imntiKs, Trxan. (11n of thl,
nala .'d C u i s, w w at killed i r th e niel e e,

P'A'ITTI tlharfr.i. TIito T T'Vfy y3d.

M1.A .T .x.t: aOa xis itI'pr,-ving very'rapidly.
JULIA MA.ILtOW, the trIaolioni i't well
Ci'ARA 3onRRIS hay reecotered from her re-
eent illnt".s.
SAIttVXII. tho Italian tragedian, was born
In Milaut, Italy.
TilI Iip(ora House at Derby, N. H., was re-
eently b Urned.
CoQvrtim., the French colnedTiaU, is a close
student of history,
A iSTEn oif E1vtanielist SiIm Sniall is sing.
lig ill English o)pTera.
luVIx, 's profit out of "Macbeth" in Lon.
11ni is r'cto.nel nt, $tt) a week.
T"LITTI.0 LoRD FAVNTLNHaoY" Is playing to
rr. wdid lIhoulses in n SIn.Frannisot,.
'ICToltluEN AitIIOR, ti'h I Fren(ch draulatist,
ro't, ipflates n visit tN, t tfli' r tlltr ',
Sft('1INEE l drain ic. conmllanv will bIo one
of their novelties In New York ne.t sea'TOI.
TVDIA TIIOMfPS s, thlt bli'rlllsuer, is to
malit lher ipermintaent liihoin in this country.
FAVINg lBooT lihas entirely recovered his
hentith and restuned his tour with Mr. Bar,
ARAIT JEWFITr will 11 probably join the
Mladison Silunre (New Yorlk) Theatre force
next sea.orn.
B Iu.TA AbI;IITT'S ineoiln from her rental Is
ai.,mt It yar, iand her singing .brings her
PHITLADLPIIiA supports a permanent com-
pait.y of mlinstrelt. and is tho only city in the
coliutry that dloes.
AxoTnEit Amif'ricu singer, Miss Jeanne
Daniel, ha nadle a success on the concert
platform of Berlln.
MS-. Potnha is now a dramatic teacher
1Bher I teaching a yoMig lady, a member
'her cOuinpauiy, how to act.
MANIsptLn's prodtlCtion of "Richard III".
in London owt 0,0i0,( the armor atone be.
ing accountable for .10,000.
ANroN Ruzzugiuvrn will Conbecrate the
Iftieth annive W, of his &a tpubUl tw.
tormqanCS 04 'Ulfi ot W'* Dab

THE NEWS'EPITOMIZED, *pprop.h .pe ,tohitohC11f10i,4.0
__ '" ler reple ad theesolutronswwene prrt
Eautornrat3ant 1 MihlI0 States. RpoR the records wer sre a
(GE', 1.F Imit t, propriet'Tr oft thbPl'tei LONt UAited Stats Na retir
Cottoi I41 iV, Lanaster, Pennm., hais miaite Washington. e wanton at.A fewr
.n tt-ignukt. Li.biliitU tllt. R.I., tovembe. 7, 1811a.nde entered the
TuiT t.hirty,-'woodl acid manuifn ,turerof the navy M a midbipinatn In i828.
niitt, Stt.int .l inghiunton, N Y., THE C hinmt Mnhster gave a gorteou
II tin zw.4,,iatton in the nAtu of *,an 'trust xprea4 t Washington to tlCCabinet ahd a
Iwli-.r iiTini, host of high obfficla., A magnificent display
lIl',\t.I ,'xeit'inlt,. wsn. creitcil it shit-. ttf roses was one of the features of the
pir, 't'irelts at Newl Ylrk ai Saturday' Tbythe banquet,
I.n 'ilt ''f a ,ll '.1ialtch oiitmoiin 'nhat the PRIESIDENT HAaso N, aooompanied by
Stni-h st'u'ai.r l ilnn iik of the Thtiuglalla Mrs. l arri- o.n and her st, _Mi. Murphy/
It., ilid I .I..I 1tlaTI- I IIS I il nhl-l.,iltIn itW Xof Miutiicnpolin and ST etarles 'Blaine a-ui
.,r'k,,Il..itlitit, .tllIno onlle 'onl board. WVitdom, went down tn otomaf or adayi'
,r.- tI nliril IThd i.Td from Duinrk rile on the lighthoueen(Idor HoUy T. .
.I'll 1 IlT- 'i T 1,.11 41 '"l (,"V' tltl tit rfl ty alemi l nd then returned to tho whrt,
i.I\l.".r.i i t 1 Ill wi-h v'h"as reached bhout six o'clock. Before
Ill .ii1 t iT'>l ',l1t i., ti.. pI-0iTSt6tai vnTi. ioavil"h the Preoilent received the Chicago
-N\\ ,''. I l ,' i., i t't tr'To ill tht (lrailt and All America b nioball clubs in the East
lu II i lith' Ntat l it'titl,. tt, i lnn., 'ca iltl Roomu .
0,.- il '! 'lT I'i11f It''iutI run l'tier ,, 'it V Tim Pridnt has appointed William P.
111.1 i L .MII T.. il.ii puipmintr. lriitulrn, ofu Iowa., Solicitor of the Treasury,
"i'T ; .i1,1uIml,,T,. htT'iiuli. t pilot bloat. nill WilliIIm HI WLbiteman, o f mexIa
w\IIs ''it in tn1 i oIl thl' NIi i ht't. 11. li. I Iy, th. tr tlemr SmtVn, 11111 the T- rritory of New Moxico.
SI' t .1 ,h t:I 'u. if il. Iklyln, a I nl tN the au hority of Russell Harrison,
h I hi, t ii o,,arrt It (, for ll r tt i It. s i "t n, it is stated that the
I Wi. Vit, Iounst imatet suffer froimn plague of
A (*c(I xrI stu'; the 111inling toi wn o re, lIants.
lhiilr, ln., numl .. ii d ih -ix flwellin,. T. minimal o of the National Acad.
l- ',x r'in%',i aN S, h 1. ITTrN -; ,ll(-;l (;iIy tof iSiOt'iNO I- asit begunin Washingtoan.
Sit lls inTr i I llO111 ,;I' l. Hli l 'i.e :.*i xty-i ht
II-'NEIl.A. I 'Tll-.Il.T:., IalNNAllt ) (iRAIIAi., I-'rr in.
of 'tl, t'nit' l S ..'- r kiy, (lif'1d t ,f IiIT-' Ti nE Prnoh S lnlte, in full regalia, sitting
ImImia. at thei Iiuir'l liuse. T1kewouIil, .S'. J., at l uxeimbi ug, I'glanI thu trial of General
agTl ixt',y-ivi:. BiTlou l fr tor sAlition.

Till: I' ;-' h,(ckein \Worsted LCompany, VILENT eartlIlumakes were reported in
,f I'hil ldl ii hias mah oI iii ni nt l e p 1111 f i l .-. li t. e j ili us, ree'te.
''1,e r .,I p; ,S 1. ,rTIt i t'll tl. i t'it "t ill(i .i ,Itl r T itn Am Trict an nrkl C. D. I Bryant was
iTTT l'l iT. t ,'l tT llTT seiz-y I thy thIl Htawriian (Cvert(nieutatulono-
y' 'IlC 'I Pi h "i'tlu lr snulggling opITiulm.
< -i .. ,uni ,te ,' l by innip l_ fil- 111,' Ilione m arrested on the charge of
i,' i 1' r '/" IY ; l i i, the Ier llinlitt otf I1resl-
ili i t, ,ITr( .- TI,' 'r ] 'tson itT ,"Ti' i, T t ill tli tlil a lftI w w "li- i'itio "i a S,. :0 ,r ,i, i .h,,,Mo ..,',y... Mexkio, havu .bee.n shot. The
Sl- ...... a .oxec'utiil waI carried out v'ry quietly.
EXI n'-i"T 1 tE II'KTni i t:;''I""it .St CIA TLES R 4ELfnishId his SpoeeeChin
I 1t -I', ti Tl i- ,..., Il iIw -c t l i *}t alf i of the Parnellites before the Parnell
lti. i t ',ilg trI'TrlL. )I Tw'll li t l II I LTSNru,(nt't lt lii' '1 Tlil i 11T l.
atip ,,int. l' l iy ,\t i N ,.w VY o rk J ud1.. C .n u i .1 os .
i. .' .... iiI'it .A ,A I'NFI"T of a serious. character has
],' ,l -1 1....m l ,-,t i'hlildlil 'hiI, his just ,1k',vi ,it t .tDenirarat, Sutlths America,
,, I I"ti u e twI.i10 th laksand the Portuguese, The
iIe JI "tT4i (Iof i llt '"ortlgeei-S h who are the prin-
U, M i t m ,r.lE i, lul.s ittt T-,) m6i11inci cipla tr.1,lsmell, havo l cen sacked The
1114t hII' l' -iti 'iiiig 'til, l Ls 'ts. l ti s' II IiIt I t estimateL-l I oss is lm ore than *100, I s0.
piti n''ii''t his ici l ll EAT stress is prevalllng on tho Isthmus
JDE a, W A E' ort r di vin the i n- DITan -. *
.iun t ,r t' WT\\,lsT .nII I il n' 'it ll' ] a ITil I ErTIt 't.Atm 0'BRIEN has entered a
ir..I, Il in tIh lUnitetd T Stahi.ts 'iru'it,1 Ilurt, l'l i'actit- i -1ainst Lord Salidbury, the Brit-
ll M tv .r ',itu.] ,,l ,.r tl liurul o, f In- I.sl lr''i', ftr certain remarks made by the
S 'II l.run "s New 6,r N ,T i v. t iTi l wn Iiat- h i aI recent speech at W atford.
I v ir', I, aIlt I' on ,l I .t Iwa 'fr.m iIuIT I.- 'T Ii EI iImpress of Austria is insane. She,
t,' th -t0 1 't.'t ',e T ir-nIith., "I l ,,ll I ., tIIi. I ilu'tlrs 'romI long spells of melallncholi and
t'T .I. until Fifty-.i lth -tr,- was lintrta:ins delusions, accusiig herself of the
rIi!h'], l "'tl if .l'Crown Prince Rnudolph. Sho is
', It-.es"ewl with ileas of suicide, thinking to
i'nve the Elnperor free to remarry.
Sout t h l nd West. J tN ALeRT BRIon tsh candi ate of
.iTtI TTONV. Al.. fiftN',-fmll'I Te"N, lorth, f the .T,.111,tl Uioists, .WIs elated to su teed
Ml il., lIs I 1 totally -stn'royc 11y lire', iis fitlnr, theo late John Bright, as ruprtsen-
A N t, -'.. 1 Ii TaliwiTitt tnd t Invsteri, u1 t1tlI; t of hirniunghlna i t Parllament. Mr.
li I.- '' I0-i int i l \ltI reslpecIts sc 'arltt J'i-ht received 5til0 votes against 2St votes
fltr-vr l ..h,,l".. r I )n i, II litois. A dozen ?I' Villiami C Beale, the blanftouias cand l-
''tit'- hlitv provci, I atal. Thie disease un:iLally date. n
rI'ms is Itro within tlihirty-six hours. (IARIEL Dt.tONT, the la leader In the
M3iisioTT, ST^ANLE''y iilntn l frt',I thol'fln- I'i'2l rbIellOU in the Northwest Territory
.lin.iti ',-uthlirn Itall'ral lridi' I I over tlit,. I a as Ir'ri'ved tigailn onl tle scene of the 18811
K.TitIt'iky River. 'Tnt hight nt the lbrltg, i.. ittlles, anul is addressing ineetings of
2t.O f-t'i lie jiiiuniltl int,) twelve feet of l Iflt-'l U, nurging menl to press their
:It. I' ;,,ilt w'.s ninitijired. grievueetrs ipon the Canadian Goveronunent.
TIlE Otrni'gei I3lt" Railroad, from St. AT Ituatui, Jamiaoea, West Indies, the Rev.
Ptr'eilIur'g. nlo Talipa Bay (I14 mile.) tke Henry Hlioblon, his wife aul her companion,
SaiiF' Id 1,l., i. s b neell ft lidlly opTelld. *t y" ing girl, il natives of Jamuaica, were
TiiE worli's 1oniferie(eT OIf t1tt Lat-t, r D1av "iIi'"'-I4'i Jos-ph -Burt-s.
Saitts-or m1,,ltnus at Stt. Jt seph, MIo.i h1s1 Mut. fGoscre.N, Chanoellor of 6ec Britishi
udj,,urnil. The, nexlt c,,t,;rettice Iill i, 1 he1ld Ecliieqemrr laid before the liouse the budget
ApIt'il ',.",t.'1e0 ,A .v ,U',, t,. 'T LAWt Pnimf I a fit it f r.ligiIus f frnIiy, kiUled his fulur. l l "' to 1ll1 up by nu i nerease of the death
yrl'-oll 1hihl. n~ti ties ald a slight increase in the duty on
TIlIE United States Oranll Jury at Port Cot-T HEIBERT BIsAn ad Conlo
Townlihead, VWshington Territorv, hav.e Kran- ill BGeBiAnr e and Countes t or
foutld twent.1-flv,. iilldctments t .Sagiist Will ll e orman elegats to the
ainu Hnaltru ex-Special Deputy Culleotor; :"I --i'oerenceO
iloeven against Herbert F. lDeveli.r. ,?x-TrT.A..- AN .let'tion wasiheldit Roclihter, Englnd,
ury Agent, and twelve against.Quine'y A. to fill the I'arliannentary seat rendeorlrova-
Brooks for stealing from the Government. a'ult by the resignation of Colonel Huges-
'.a P. Us ".o. of Ka sias. olre-t ot allet. '.f ilbahlotnf .resulted in favor of
the Interior ritnder Praunt e u.'-eTt nt ''*" -", 5 'Uastpandt ld t __,
"/"W!nlvergity R ioslnftn", ii Phulladelplidati, ltur l'ilo of ParlIs haveealT-Fier"-ther
'fhilit uidergolng a surgical Iperatrlt.i, denies of General lBoulanger, Count Dillon
"ti .i.s.crip.tit r t'l l th o C n r-'n C' it- 1 *p 3 I .I -hefort anl d i hav seized a nuntlt.e
fedrater Hli n.startedl at AtlantaI reat.'hinl tt- al.u.
15.i00i0 i a wr'tek's tile.n. AT h nlelnis Airle thce National (.4overnmnt
.1'IN JACKSOn, Presitont Tai prnkprie r Ihas elot.-ed the olsabecause of tbsobedlence
'f til tt. M t. tisGrinEa lkd-Iat t' .at- 'dTntiv.all 1 cutio MN1 iold.adrONt
I 1.roriiintt lnd wealthy citizen uienilnitteIl Ixi. 1 'eltaIon I gl, hatd giveatr was thie
suicide ly changing in theo olee f the l "'t tele ant the d brokers.
l',''vantuor. uM1'. PAnIr.ELEL has instituteid a suit agahist
Ennr .tGALLERY, eleven years tll,. of th L ,L ,sn TF,,tos lIlbl, clailnhlg mu00,O)
Chic'aigo, 'was acldcntally shot and kilot,l h .... l'l':'l; '" '
Ills mother, --
CIARLES F., HATCerIT, ProsIddlilt of tIlo erT't "'r n rrw
Wisconsin, Minnesota and l'acifie Itaiilay FIVE MEN DROWN D.
Comipanly, and P. E. Lockwloo. a reil 'T __
estate dealer nnd capitalist, fon rlmuerv f Now A t. w-.w .... .
York, bolIlth e. Coiiittedt suiT.'le in Milteapo61is, .'t Vhole Patly Lost TIroglt One
lintl. "- Mal'se [aek of Nill' e,.
THE Oovprnor of n outh Caroina hai At t he Al"taria Midland c ro"sing of the
granted a full pardonu to twbo colored hlne horse A t Ala a. ,l ,a s t
convi(-tilt of murder, his grotllnd blhiilg that ',Cattalioh-Ie liver, near Blainlridge, GO,.
they had simply followed theo exatlpl of ttbwo bontl, with sevea and e-igh't leitn rI;-
white iniot, who iad never been punished, spectively, were crossing the riveo, Whli" inl ne
DAVT D LiSAY, it fainet over sixty years of the boats coiimnelcd rsinkillg, *t1l n11 of
rltl, lli-ug l emI Alnn Arbor, MiTcI., sli an ld thoe hnn Jlumped to the otlIer lt 1t 1ill nlp-
klledI Ills anult sin n a ltUillien quarrel. sired Iloth boats. i' flve te AseroTiltio.l
Ges SUNIDERLAND, a color d oboy, living.at They hlad Ieel lbieaking rock for tih-
Mosely, $. 'C., was left. by Ills mother to tni- Alablnm n i Midland triadge,
care of a youngerL 1 other, n rld getting tirb-e
of the job, plit a rope around i th balyt os nick k-
and hung it to the rafter of.the house, Tho mT'ENTiA A TTAT LAM
chlild was dead whelil found, T J.L iNA I OU AL GA J,
A CYCLOEA sVwept oveir ilotttgo0inrT, Mrt... T" .LLY. lillonpai- Boston.
County, Ala. Two mlen were instantly c a.
killed by lightning and several others were THE Texs Lenague has opened Its season.
sihocketdiiind seriously injured. House s ware ALL the lpitchilers havo I1cw curves thi
biolviow down and damlage done to )'oung corn season.
and cotton erop ,. THOMPSON, of Philapelphitn, il a failure on
A TERRIBLE forl-ast fire 1i1 Patrick County, first lase. '
Va. swept 1-11 t'rthing before It. One mani, FoTZ has been elected captain of tho
six hol'ss, a Inr'ago number of hogs and cattle, Brooklynaii tn
will about 200i dwellings alid tobacco barns t us ,
N,,.le t'ol iiliel. Many pool people a-e left SVE ov of Hartford (Conn's.) players art
in a destitute condition. left-handed batsmen.
JAiF.-A. SEXTON has been appointed Post- Moatt.R.'lato of Boston, lhas signed to
inist,. ,it ;'Cicago. play with Wi ashinigton.
WV. H. PETTT, aged seventy-two, his wife JUDGE NOONAN, who waselected Mayor ol
nlnd his soi,. Wnhaihgton, got into a fight at St. Louis, is a baseball rank.
Keirneiiy, N. ih. over'a loatdoed gunm. The fight BoxoD, tlhe old-time pitcher, is official urn-
uled 1h11n the1 gun went off and blew the pire for the Intercollegiate Association.
(1ld Ili' T h.-iad to atoms, THE Atlanta (Ga.) Club is negotiating with
THE svlihooner Rio Lupton capsized in Al- Monk CiloI- who is wanted as captainaman.
bermarle -mind. N. C. The Captain and ono ager.
-of the crew w I tere drowned. PINCETOIh baa thus far made the best
LiIHARLE., FU'NK,, a rigttr uiiiittufactiurer, nf shoeing of all the college teams against pro-
Knilkako --. Ill., shot his divorced wife fatally fessional clubs.
udI thit i l ill.T.d hlimIself, cJitANE, the hKpw 'Torli pitcher, was sun-
Ti;iI;rx-i.IVE reslIhences and business houses struck while crsflsing the equator with the
ill .Miiir, Yith, \I-Ole Ini-urned. Spalding totuaists.
A woN-oE] L'FLLY ru'l dkitcovery of copper CORISIILL, O'Brieui and Burns-a-l of the
was tlsndl at Duluth.t. Miun., by workinen Brooklyns-make about the best outfield In
excavatinig for il public building site. the American Association.

i YrtE Prresidtent nmade the following appoint-
ntlts: Hen"y S. White, of West Virginia,
to Ie 31Iarshal of that State; Lvman E.
Knapp,'hft Middlebury, Vt., to bo Governor
of Alaskni Janits P. Luce, of Dakota, to be
Register of the latInd office at Rapid City,
Ilakita; Tihoinas \V. Re,,l. Jr,, of Washing-
t,,n Te'tritiry. tbo le Register of the lan4
olfive at St-attle, Washington.
T'n,: Serr'etry of State has been informed
that tite Governrient of the Argentine Re-
iblf c Tiillw sitil d ehgates to the conference
,of Anierliea States to be held in Washing-
tfI. on the 4th of October next.
V. 'H. H.. SMITt has been appointed Chief
<', rk of the Biureau of Steam nineering,
Navy Depaitment.
SHON. AL~:s G. TaluuAN, of Ohio, had a
stoial conference with President Harrison
at the White House.
E. G. RATRuINE, of Cincinmati, has been
appointed Chief of Pustofflce Inspection.
THe total amount of bonds purchased to
date under the circular of April 17, is *185;-
7S6,"a0, of which ,ial, lI( ware four per
cents amd *7B,73,.500 were 434 par cents. The
total cost of these bonds was S18,aIOU ,441 of
which amount T71i8,32.2t4 was paid for the
four per cents antd (8,400,177 was pa4d'for
the 44 per cents.
MRis. J. C. FtBstsXR, wife of Adtmifal
Febeger, of the 'United States NavNI w'a
thrown from her carriage in WashingtA n and
TH BaSmoan Commissloners started for
Bdlin. Setrettal Blaine's instructions
slst on the maintmentee of Samoan ind=ed-
uese. The United Statefs will pay Po in-
ArTTomty-G.lwAL MltZRa presented to
the Supreme Court the resolUoiu of the B
o. .t, ,. m ,W,.,a
.i '-l

MANAG R PHILLIPS, of the fPittaburfl
League team, thinks the Cincinnati. will
capture the Asaoclntion pennant.
Tna St, Louis Club and the players who
.have been holding out for an increase of
wages have come to an agreement.
Tun rate offered the Southern League by
the railroads Is two oents a mile. The diffut
ent teams will travel about 19,000" mlles
during the season,
GOoRjK WOODS fine playing on the trip
-aroutd the world will probably cause the
Philadelphia management to put him on
the team peonnaient .
AtucKLANY, New Zealand, offers $100 a
month, and all expenses, for some good
Amorican ball-playaer to go there and teach
the natives how to play baseball.
Vox DRt Asn, of St. Louis, has more luck
with beginners th an any other manager in
the busLiess. His latest ftd," Pitehtr-re-
,ma, promises to make a etord.
SAMts, of Prinoeton Coln c is undoubtedly
a pitching wonder. H e the most w
derful dropbIll of any pitcher in tho bw-
nesm, whether anateur or profeosiotls .,
Tie leather wsed In covering b. le
ta ind t CkVington, Ky. The tbt
rt ?..h n sir hatbalh wr
=1th hth hronq hide or pig tkin, WtMrz2i
ell-t ,shed sep skin ithi covr i l .[
Howita #Jeji* Mostas of W -
Is one oS It' players still ht thM u
who the orgatntMaton when t
Mr'w.ho others 1-ae H I'Ur" .
S r f te ew Yor; Amsou,
org Chicago, nd W te now assigned to Pittt
R lzcNTLY abig six-footdr strolled vp to th<
Sail giounds'while the Baltinsoie boys ward
at- pay. He put on a st and went In to
pital. nHe placed the bal I every ooncelv.
ablte positIon, and his turr and In' and out
shooto -wr remarlkabIe. His anemi George
ot I. ger Bara a wi give him a
fwAL 4* .


Nirllyv G(ery day mioe the wrecks of tho
ir'itiii idl American vessels bodies of thi
d(i'm, iud t beLi washed up, greatly de-
conili I ',1 .4 umnecognizablo.
() ly i-t of' our dead sailors' bodies
lihanv 'e,I lifonnd off Apia. Some of our
oltt'' e,. a 'i men t tended the Germanu
I\ ltL',,riui "eriv., but not a, GermAn was
prl,.'nt t .thto American services.
Adulirail niboly ~sows that the Trenton
.cohl tott 'ave been saved, because the
b illtv riaistitied hawse-holes allowed watw
to, p] ir in and flood the engine-rooi, putting
South tli 11re. He says the Trenton had al
Sstiean i o, but thatther engines were not pow-
Orful tinush to.savq her.
.On t01hn reda== following the dlwterdivers
Sre ',verdthi te e of the Vadalla, which con-
i tai .'lidt (,I000.
I A tIniot is current i; Apia that the- Ad-
miral anid Conamls are endeavoring to ar-
t rangi lnaters between Mataafa tand Tam-
I asese, so o to induce them to return to their
W hooes until after the Samoan conference.
'IThiereo w moi10 disgraceful scenes at Apia,
h it aI.,ars, asler the terrible disaster in the
o-ne of thbamen 'rescued from the Amerl.-
call M Id 1141t war-veasels got drunk, and
th1onw \ita f good deal of feeling againsthe
t erlilln ;allro on the of our molt, ''
- I'tllitlliln rtit thaatinlr eorman tiA r
, whui sled t h el to restore order, bgge
to 1,e x t id l g 'he was afrahil the
I. kileork'.zZ, would ft i the German sailors.
Sl furthliar I ',at tho American
S this \asTi e stores u sailors.
ri not Iw tiro the lower rt
Sof tlio %tm, h% t ad t1hir
Sliedilltt 't1 tl re t qUes tion was
131t log f'htw s:of S t t Amer-
( .qt and l lur ,. Fr t wwnA wunt to
1Attilli I l rhaerehee boded thesteamer
Afari pna otcklaad, from whence ho tole-

Thi. UiO'tak oan coal, and Thu
Marchli |tii firig tklrten g &O s iAttbe

few day's.gA. B or of' 8
tOln's ll telpoarI'y
tents inl tbmidle of th tww-T&Ytt*


Partieiillitts A bo6ut tho Wreck.
oIng o' 0111' Ships at Apia.

BtrlVre 'B3ring the Story of the
Great calamity.

The st5lnor Alaioda arrived in San
irmaclehobrini4in'advices'from Apla, Baoi 4
Up to Marell .
The sta tT -i"Ippidl at the Samoan capllr
w4d took off nlti If tho shipwrecked sailors.
Among th,,, wh canine upon thoAlameda
were Chiot 'Tilt Rbtl'Tt IStxockr and Cadeta
Hibbs, Dekekr, W'ells, L'loke, Sackland, Le-
jure, Wiley .Il Li,j1n. ianid I)r, Corders, all
of the Vand'iii:. Li.'utv'niaut 1tploy cameon
the Alanjtll' .titI thirty imen, but stopped
off at Hoaolutlu,
The hurrltatTiiiilTh el. stO nmlany lives at
Samoa f a, fil lit il 'Io'clock on Saturday
morning, 'I '. iln, "II11 l tsted until Sunday
at a litt f IrI' ", '<'tI. ht thli morning.
The Eber the' liirmain vessel, was the first
to be wreck't'l sh iroke up hi pieces in a
few msinuta.. i,,Ill n offller and four uon
being saved, 11,I' u1s, whiloh were of great
weight, pol' ly l' as"'stet.d III suI.sllllg her io
quickly. -
hortl y ftlri'ar'l the Adoler (Gorulan)
also dftd u ,n I litO' -Lnite re,,f a little further
westward SI wa lifted high ind dry, and
* is now lying "11n her .irt side high and dry,
only a few ,,f Iw'r silr Iie-l ing intler water
at high tid I'l ill twenty imon wero lost from
the Adler .i
Thle t'ult,.i Soit,.t .st',wnor Nile ic was
the next 0' t1 li1! o(f casutlliT-t. It
was obsertvhl froinl tile shlire that she
would noitiT- !bl t toI hold outp01 She was
drifting totir'l i i reef, anid l t albiut nino
o'clock silt LI.'ulfl l'"r fie shliore aid just
touched tlti' l.intts- of tlih roef with hler
rudder, whl.-h as ai" rried away, together
with her .tri i post, ibut, by tho
skillful mlanaai-'n'it if the nptaliii and of-
flcers thoy sTn T; 'i in nieaehing her on the
sand. GreaT rIrlit i. dlie fltr thio malinler ini
wlloh tlhe N.l 11was lin anlltl, f) It'f sit had
gone on the ri-t i liigI,' t11uilber ut' lvlI'o8
would ndoultl.. ily 1v,1e' le01 lust.
Asitla Ise'tn 11111 n wrl' drowolled, l it all
would have I, .'1 if th3'y hlId stuck to
the ship,
Earl in hi i .... .,;n; th' Olga collided
with the Ni..+'I, il l.. Ii, latter oinsildrable
damae,cearr.' i a-wIy lto'iir stnn-l;.etack, steam
iatunch, whal,-'ih'-, tuil ,Ilrt of her bulwarks.
On account .(lthl Sot ilestack being broken
Off the furatim, w.louil not draw to koop a
full head of ,te:I"rn lxcepthig for this ac-
cident thoeXNipii, wlhih had powerful l 0o1-
ginos, milghi I .. rtde tout the gale in safety.
On Thuri. mi'rninig the Nipsic was sue-
eessfully tfl ,it,-I Iult t", heolol anchorago.
Her propelkr i, t'o lnulih injured to be re-
paired in Seami.. ai ii lihe' rudder is gone.
The Vandtiiia TIt 5lthe most tuntortuilato
vessel of the 1initll States Ikuailron,. Sho
drifted, abollt i) !)'I, T'ii, tear to the Calllopo
and tho Olga :.tiiui' ii to collision with both.
The Calliope strilk her with grent force on tho
poN dor l 'nihilnimblel damnag. Theo Van-
alin still ooIitiuitl drifting ainiostin com-
pany with t i'a'lltp, bit the la ttor vessel,
having lost nciarly Ill ier anchors, put full
steam on audi ",i It steadily out to sea.
The captain -fI thIVnuaila, seeingno hopo
of saving hi slipi), l'lied,)lt her for thi shore,
and in ebdeal"(,niig ti reach thlie sandy beach
unfortunately stru'lk the reef, and ed and
sank before Shi 'm ,iilil btuh, 'within about
fifty yards froi thi, stern of the Nipsei.
The cnptai il inylaster, poyelerk, llou-
tonant o0f mtlrine.s alid lanny 1r were
washed ovt'tnatI. Thlie vessel w com-
ptely submerge' und all hands to take
to the riging. wlhero tho remained
until tae Trenti m was driven alongside
about 8 do'lebk ,in the night, when
most of the ofileeis antd crow got on the Tren-
ton, excopttn g Liiutnlailt Rlpley,who jumped
into the se just before the mast gavo way, and
with great diflhulty swaim to the shore. Hoe
then procured IN whaleboat, andl, with the aid
of Samoas, gtI a line out to the rock. The
loss of life i the Vaiidaliia w.'ro theo com-
t under, hrec oTflt'i'ers anirthirty-nlne smlanou
and marinehda *1
huitigei l ita irtelon in, which let an 6oxni-
ing, ani lthe> k camo le g'eat quant l ltie.i
throughO tis opening and the hiawse pipos,
get-tinsi Tit-, the fires, This was unfortunately
fatal .- 6lII ehsuct-. of saving the Aduiral s
Tlih i.inoiors we'e udnabhL to keepl up stenim.
All lIu;il weit orilered to tle pumps, which
wer, l;'tit 'i siatatloy, giftg all day. ALbout
o'cl,:lk thi. Trenton had drifted dowu toward
the I.Algai. Thich vessel wus then about 510 yards
from tit' lrf, oth ships tried to '-oid toucli-
ing, 1ut a i ollison was inevi#lllo, Tho
OlbgnK. I.',w strtick the Trenton on theo quarter,
op.1nlini a largo breach and doliI other
doliil!'t'. 111 the Olga's bow was sme lted.
Aft-t' rt vessels cleared each other the
Trent, in tlrifted still further toward tho roof,
and I.'ll time hold fairly well to her
anci'lior'; but at* about- 8 o'clock sho
dro11-W.!1 down just clear of the
rec'.'t ntil a to the Vandalla, The Tr'6n-
tonl's sirt ',vwas aground. She was broadside
on to til,i -tnken vessel and the poor fellows
wh hlia l I,,,,on on the Vandalla's yard about
twelve Ituti-s got on to the Trenton, being as-
slit-,d Iv tlie 4dmiral's crow with .nes and
other' ,n111tri ,iva.eLk
On_ ,SiTtIltiy morning boats were busily ott-
ogaged nil ly in removing the men from the
ship to i short which was acootnpltshod
without Ic,,ldent,' All were removed before
night. ()131 onday280 Stnmoan.sfromMateafa'a
cailp nltI the men-ot-war sailors wore work-
tT111', i.iall day saving property from the
'litIlITI. Tild several Htnoa'mos and sailors
wI,,TI >li. ;igaged workgit on thIe other ships
:* livt. TIerelost, The TI'ntotn is a total
iT."'l;. line of the men was killed early hi
hi,' ln'.iiTig of Sattttrday by beungserushed
tnlL TI titmboer after the collision. His
i iiI 11 -nT. hoseph Hewlott, a colored man.'
'IT e 1,i after slipping her cablosand get-
lin.1 i I.,' f,5 the Trenton, nianage! to make
IT:,lv,a',l' gaInst the sea for a hort tlme,
in1l hl, it., \ a'ntertarned that this vessel,
Sli'.- hi.t lttt afloat in the harbor, would be
''d, btlt tittvit half au hour she woa run
int, uTn ,f the best positions for beaching in
lhir har ,i.ir
'TIl' Nipal is lttad up with the Vandala's
fI, ii1i r rder and iteorn post are gone,
pr, wi.l bhant and twisted.
TI Tr,.nton is hard and fast on the roof.
IIh.r lhnt.te is full of holes aid filled with
IantI' Tiu to her gun dock. The'omews have
eIxn wi'nrkingten our dally trying to save
i--i,.O i il lh, rising end peelonauffoct. anl
stl"r'e. TheoVandtlall Is totally loat. Noth-
ilgIT" ant l.'ad from her.

Tfous logging season in the .ew England
foresthas been an unusually short one.
WILULAM GLAss, of Veradal, Minn., re-
cently ate five dosen eggs in thirty minutes.
Maxtco's exhibit in the Paris Expositlon.
*1ll 11 include 19,000 specimens of minerals of1
various kinds.
GUzRtAL BouLAzsiE has made applica-
tion to the Swiss Government for permission
to reside in Geneva.
SEVERAL pe ple have gone insane= at Vic-
tori., British lColumbia,victimrnof the Salva-
tion army excitement.
TRx tobacco crop of Kentucky, which is
now beingput on the market,amount to
nearly J, 00,00 pounds. t
SEVEtRAL young clergymen have been
caught stealing Dr. Talmage's sermons, and
new eases are reported almost daily.
Two Vrmont hunti r trapped la winter,
near Bradford, over 100 foxea, on which they.
received a State botmty of fifty cents on a
Tan debt of North Carolina has been' re
duced from $18,977,000 to $1,180,000, and the
latter amount is now being refunded in new
BIXTEEN -THOUSAD acres of Government
homesteas and pre-inption hb ave 'ee
taokn by eaneb ttgeot at ur t M Mon.
tana, siace january 1t. on*
Ta,'lUnltedStatae Ooveriatt, a re-
ward for 1s falht f-ieh luai enrolled'
hWashal feZ hen ofth hoshote In-
di t(wlt partinsiment scout,
rthfthlars eldlr. ,
BirthA lost iWy nastaciss mad 4 vry en-
thusastiuevote the'Ft are t Allianeoeof-Geor.
rep ng tg80 OOOfam ersreolvedthst
wow nfor the baling


dcll msue art quarto a n ea thiAm"Lr
OouMulfte, Tie survivor o thaOeouw
veoels are quartered n the
Company' warehouse,
Most of the erchoant veaso it the harbor
at the time of the storm belonged to the Get.
mian Tradtlg Compauy,
Admiral Ki m eboiy, commuandiuteA r-
loan fleet was the last to leave thoeTrentont
his flag-sip, Ho said h considered faulty
obstructionn of the Trenton's hawe-pipe as
Indirectly the ouse of her wreck.
Within a fow day. of the storm a oonditio
of things resembling order had bon-brouglht
about. The marines and Msatato'a polUoe
had lboeo actively at work in this direction,
The Geormans and AmerioaU held me-
*mortal services at different dates for the dead.
IAt the German service Admiral Kimberly
and other American offieers attended.
Only about one-fourth or the bodies have
been rocovorod. Somn of thewo were badly
mutilated. It was difficult to Identify them,
or ovenv to tell the nationality, and it w i
finally dotermiied to bury all at one spot t-
A body, thought to bo that of Captain
BSchooniomkr, was found up the coast omo
milos distant from the Immediate 1cone of
the disaster,

Patricide, Arson, Assault and Suioido
by the Saino Hand.
At West Farms, A hamlet about five miles
from Westfield, Mass., Joseph King, aged
seventy-eight, a whip nmanufacturer for half
a century, well-to-do and highly respected,
was shot while sleeping in his bed by his dis-
sipated son of forty-four years,
After shooting his father he attempted to
kill his aged maiden aunt, Miss Cynthia Tut'-
tie. Hie then bunted down the house, and
three IvIurs later, within a dozen rods of the
burned buildings and within hearing of the
neighbors who were about to institute a
search for thie murderer, put a bullet through
hlls own brain.
Whero had stood a peaceful dwelling, noth-
ing but a few charred embers remained, and
1 few rods distant, in a small deserted house, ,
lay the dead bodies of father and son. The
father had pistol-wounds in chest, neek and
eye, eitherr of which would have been fatal.
Iho son had a bUll through his temple.


John 11. Swiftly Hauged Iat Hnrtlford--
His Sister's Unavailing Ef1borts.
John H. Swift has been hanged at Hart-
ford, Conn., for tho murder of his wife. Tho
e.ecutl'ion was na vry quiet one, and the cou-
denined nman died quietly. The dead man's
erinme was committed on July 7, 1887, when
he shot his wife, who had refused to live with
him on account of his dissolute habits. Pub-
lic attention ihas been attracted to Swift's
ease by the gallant fight mada for his life by
his sister a young school teacher, Through'
her efforts a resolution was passed by the
Legislature clbmiitnuting the sentence to life
ihnprisoment, but Govornor Bulkeley vetoed
it. Undaunted, the brave girl again went to
work and succeeded in having the resolution
passed over the Governor's veto by the Sen-
tite. In the Houm she failed, ho 'aver, and
sentence was nearfed out,

Death of Hannah Battersby, the
Freak Weolghing 800 Pounds.
Mrs. Hannah Battersby, said to be the
largest woman in the world, died a few dayv
ago at her home in Frankford, a suburb of
Philadelphia. She had been ailing for sov-
eral weeks, Mrs. Battersby was born in
Vermont in 1842, and was of normal size un-
til her twelfth year.
Then she began to d velop, and at seven-
teen years of agoe she weighed 500 pounds.
She married Johnu Battershy, who traveled
with her, exhibiting himself "as the greatest
living skeleton." Mrs. Battersby, at the
timo of her marriage, weighed (88 pounds
and of late years her managers have claimed
.that she lveluhed 800 Uonxdi..

ITALY has seventy-one vessels.
MISSISSIPPI has 10,89f9 horses.
THE British navy has 827 vesols.
A SILK syndicate has been formed.
TItz Mexican Congress has opened.
LONDON has upward of 14,000 policemen.
Wa have a standing army of 25,000 men.
Tan Treasury of Queboe, Canada, is empty.
DICKINSON COUNTY, Kan,, has a cat ranclh.
THE stock of petroleum is 17,000,000 barrels,
ENGLAND'S flour trust has fallen through.
NATURAL OAs is being found in Arkansas.
T1 E total Mormon population of Utah is
ITALY has opened its universitles to'
AN immense pins-straw trust has been or-
Linny PRISON will soon be removed to
PIkEAPPLal culture lh FlArida yields $400
per acre.,
THE cotton crop of 1888 was tho largest
ever made. .
CHINA has only 108 inhabitants to the
square mile. .
Tin farms of Ohio are mortgaged for
THE Russinas are building grain elevators
on the Black Sea.
A CHUNAMAN has been lecturing in favor of
prohibition in Minnesota.
SOUTBrtN lumniber manufacturers have or-
ganized and put up prices. .
oTHnE was never a season more favorable
for the flow of maple sap,
bix juvenile hers and heiresses have been
abducted within five months..
Titi output o, lumber this year will be
twenty per cent. less than last.
THE range of observation from the top of
the Eiffel Tower is forty miles. '
TaxH Eare 186 foreign offices at the dis-
posal of the State Department.
RAILROAD companies' statistics show that
a very largo business Is being done.
-THe revolt p against the G-runans in Enat
Africa is spreading among the natives.
THe premium on gold In thie At gdntine Re-
public has reached sixty-four per cent.

TnE Empress of Austria suffers from in-
THE Duke .f Westminster is *worth $80,
0001100 v
CARDINAL MANximo's health is daily it-
proving. "
EX-SENATOR WARNZa MILzxx is wort))
ARmuoOn, the Chicago butcher, is worth
EVANGELIST MOODY is condutig a revival
In Cicago. '
SBaNroa 1sra, of Mtnout, begtn life
as a plowboy,
OxrnXta RvauLL A. ALOan, of Detroit,
is worth ,000,000.
Ti freedom t Rdinburgh has boee tea
dered to Mr. Pafell.
CLAUs SPRttOsLS, the sugar king, is rated
as bigh as 120,000,000.
LIEtOTrENA.T-GovERNo. CHAbE,Of Indiana,
Is conducting revival meetings in Covington,
Ky, .
N'EAL Dow, t P Wrdibltloalp%6 bae been
appointed a Io oer ft or alae to t
FtI Exporition, :
It Is s.d that r. Frank Lesli, of New
o I reeves an offer of marriage
,nearly very d in t he year
ALLEN THONDif RicE, MinIster to Aus
ga, was kidna pod t the tender age of eight
year and ,ed of to.Rurope.
Mrs. Stanford 4 Jstie and Mrs. id
will preuutly t out for Alaski. .

thtng of apoet as ll.i t'

tsa widow" w' pwn, topti*w- t .-

Sten he gioe S si u rL ta

SInrll +I,.s. a. ".d, .
thoug ei ebty i s ts ia te

Minister. *. iner, t..' -

0 ft", f I&*00 W;"^ 6'r1

AT Manatee, Fla., Isaac Jones (colored)
eaulted hit four-year-old daughter with *
heavy iron bar, breaking every bone in he.
body and'killing her instantly. Jones's wife
who attempted to interfere,alsoreceived fata
injuries, i
PsaRty WINE, a well-known citizen 6o f
Brookton County, W. Va., wns fellinga tree,,
When it broke'across the stump. demolishing'
the house, and killing his wife and thr.'uee chil-
A IAcKAo contafnig $15,000 in gold; -!
mysteriously disappeared from the office of
the Northern Pacific Express Company in' %
Brainetd, Minn.
ADDITIONAL nominations by the Presidents
Marvelle W. Cooper, of New York, to be
Appraiser of Merchandise in the District of
New York; Marshal J, Corbett, of New York;
-to be Assistant Appraiser of Merchandise .
tO District of New York; Timothy Gv'
Phelps to be Collector of Customs for the,
District ofMat ;rancisco; F; Snowden Hil4
of Maryland, to be Collector of Interna.
Revenue for the District of Maryland, and
Jobhn Co0sens, of Rhode Island, to be Col-
Slecgt of Cultoms for the District of Newport,
Rl '. ..... -
Tqx Mexican Government has accepted the
nvitatldn and will beduly represented at the.
Intet ationtal Marine Conference to be held!
at Wfshagton, October 1, -1880. '
.t t'utow Cotncil of Edinburgh, Scotland,
bya yote of eight to five, tocon-
.tat.. tioftthe city on Mr. Parnell.
A 'Ai was raging at Blose, Wuag and
istrits,.- Hungary. Hundreds of persons
were starflng nnd dyitg. ,
A. aWhIT .m W'0" Issued by Germany coin
tal asO vg. rebuke by Prince Bismarck of
le ':lthe German Consul in Apia,:
si, Sistnark concludes the re-
rti a that Germany has nothing
toV&o with the Inteal affairs of Samoa. The
tnsa rmisio"i0 ji Samoa Is restricted t6
prte t 4l g w"Oere citizens, and enabU4
ithlt do develop their, commercial i il
T l Roudlaalip Parliament ha
artdl tok 8|00_0. for strengthen^ iin .
' creasing thaotiflcatlots on the fro W

APripoeu.Golng to-Pari to boe Treate
-.. .t>l P aeur.


The Mad Rush of Settlers Aorosb Roubury, Mas.,, has
the Cherokee Strip. .".--,- iS._...'... ic

Scene of the pase D. ~ P iSVi ty and the Penn.,
0enes and Inc0idents of the First s"^I a -Vitywas burno
Day's Exodus,.r e thedaOAn
** -- i all.f aged nina, did '
I A dispatch from Arkansas City, an., ae. btt hd tho ie aond ao
scribing the exodusotheboomers into Okl lowedtoS i withoutt beingca
home, saysi Acting under orders from the GH.RA.. ... -
War Department, the Utited Btatses ArmeL trX K Nie.t)Y DAwson,
troops allowed the boomers to cromAw .r y, retired, die at Orange,.
the Cherokeet.outlet on'- their way to vaNX.age d1 ,.tHewasborninPelm.y
Oklahoma, so as to enable them to reach the V A grad uated at West Polntin 1840.
border of the territory on the o peng date. JAMI$ F4tiLD was fatally shot by his wife
Milesof white covered wagnstole I long at Butlr, Penn.,, Mrs. Fields wits reading a
the road hut deep in the nim-e, Allt ofhone
boomers were, as a rule, heavily armed. b Ib husband ordered her to come to,
At 8 o'clock to the mornipt Captatin ayes, beW 'We refused, he struck her and the'
at the head of its ooltunn, bKew a long bugle- .QQUaS followed. Before dying Fields'
blast as a signal for theassembled.boomers to ~* sted hi wife, saying the had shot i n
start and immediately a thousand wagons. wiu "I ..
and Ave hundred men, woien and chlAlren .. when Mrs. Fields appeared at
began the longhand wearisome journey on t nrl's inquest her face was mashed al.-
Pawnee trail across the Cherokee strip t.ld.reooognition,
O klahom a .. .
Just before the start was made aptaldard O Company has purchased
Hayes made a brief speech to the soo a cotrlan g interest n the Ohlo Oil Com-
rem g them of their pledge not to ite- y, om into os f th
fete with cattlemen'. fences or Indian.YU- LiiaPY oilfieglds nto _......
lage Iesn the Pawmise and Ponco reservations. Lia o "lfis
I The rus across te Indian Territory line I't a t0timated that tweity-five lives were
into the Cherokee strip was like the awful lost duin "the recen
rush of multitudes fleeing in panic. Within cen pr.ile fires in Dakota.
a radius of six miles over twelve hundred T:4 United States Pension Agent, Bar-
wagons loaded with boomers and their get, of Columbus, Ohio, haA just nmad the
fathelis aid household goods were seen on payment of the largest vouI'i"er .v.. pad to
their way to Oklahoma..
Two soldiers stood on guard at each side of* rivatesoldier. Philip Flood, of Elyria, is
the atoway, and at 6:50- the front teams be- the benefloiary. He Is to be paid at the rate
coming unmanagealT ithe word to advance 'of 8 per month from Nov. 14, 186 3; 825 pr ;'
S anivesan, who had spent all horga Month from July 4, 1854; 81.i5 from Ju.pe.-
life in new countries, crossed the. line, 1 181 $50 per month from June 4, 187j4I '
the first man to legally do so. A T78 per month from Jtme 17, 1878, malkidn a
short distance behind hinm followed a total of $14,9. From ti, ti o 'ill
wagon in which E. Martin, of Sanga-. Fm his th on he l "tIl I
mon County, Ill., and a member of Company paid $78 per month. I.. .
f, Second S sndi Cavalry carried the un- + ft 'National Academy of Science held. a'
furled rst aeandStripes. -'Whet u-oiled in the
boomers' white-coverod wagons, At nine meet-n 'at Washington an the following
o'plook the head of the columns appeared over officers were elected: President, O. C. MarusI,
the divide, five miles below the line, whilo to of New Haven, Conn., re-olected Pre-idedhtle
the'uorth as far as the eye could reach the for a te'm of six years, lI p.. of,, So ..F "
wagons could be still seen coming. a tem oLl o eaf s, al PTlessoC F. m.
By noon the road had become so badly cut Langley, .of the Smitusonian Institution,'
up as to be almost impassable. Teans stuck Vice-President for a similar telrn ..
in the mud, delaying the line of march, and '
other horses were brought into requisition. At .UPERINTENDEXT BELL, of the Fore4 .
the side of the roadway rode and tolled a Mails Offlee, has received i commuunicati a'
string of women and children, whon thbo from the postal authol-ities of G-irmnny re-
overburdened team could not haul. In nany commending the establishni It of "sca post
of the wagons werp carried boats for crossingg ,
the streams, and one man for his wagou-bed offices" for tle distribution of ,i inan-,sklerl-
had a flatb6at, upon which was erected a can mails on shipboard.
tent, RED CLOV, the big Sioux IdiaChie
At one point one unbroken line of covered ED CLODhe Sioux Idia Che /
wagons ten miles long could be sell called on theo Presideldt naconlpailled -by'i
pushing 'on through the Cherokee strip, Agent Jordan, of the Rosebud Agency.
and evely road was literally blocked with F R 00n 0 hun t e l lnr an l-
wagons, carts and horsemen, while thnou- to one hundred and fifty
sands of men were wearily wending their fourth-class postmasters are now being na
way on foot, regardless of the mud and wa- pointed daily. .
ter. The roads were so badly cut up that e... m n
wagons were getting stuck in udholes, and edet ade the following appo
all over the country was heard the shouts of nmenti: Robert P. Porter, of New York,/
the o atientm dws urging their exhausted tor of the Press, to be Superintenden"
Some men whosonvagons were -heavily Cn. J.. .. Cunighamto .ye
loaded threw away art of their loads so the United States Assay Office, at Bos
they would not be leftbehind in the rush. Idaho; William H. Cailklif' of. Was
As the strange prooesion passed the Chiu- Territory, to boe Associate Justift
loco Indian sohoo little Indian girls greeted .
t with cheers, sdpper of the neatest Suprem Court of W into
schooner of the fleet was pretty Ella Black- John B., vonnelly to be Matrslhali t th'Un
burn, of tuley, Ill., and her crew of .three States for the EastabDlstri,' ul I
sisters. hoy were dressed in calico gowns and ex CI .gr s.'. dwarditi, "
and old-fashIned sun bouets. These girls aI
were, going for ho.s in Oklahoma and they Michigan; to t Co ller ofthe en
said e would not eturn without them even. CoLutIs Bi ,
if they ad to mry boomers. They caed
two Winchester rifles. ,e sn fve lwh hndre
The Indians were coming in from thi -aeo reported,,.of 'which 1000 have*pr1
reservation in large numbers and were bity- ..jtaL ..
Ing ammunition and arms. They say Okla-
homa is not largo enough for the number of A*.exploslon ceourred'in a coll
whites goinginn, nndthat encrQachments vlw ing tothe Rothsc.ils at Ti-"'
be made on their cuitailed territory. ive men were killed,
About ten mills north of wa,e K red and six '
tio and one, George Kra, .- .. I '.
put the other, Charles Hetu,. .... .,i .s,
Both men drew revolvers atd. ....- .iin f'
shot through the head and instantly klle-d.twupervllon of rt c2 1(
Heidke was shot through the groin, l wo men were pulled 4i4.v est.
A Mr. Fitzgerald .and wifo attempted to) dow and one, Early, was instastlB
drive across the line and hoth lost their ,ve .. ., P ..i
in tho river. W M- 3.CALLENDER, the PA'slA "
Mr. Mason, Commissioner of Internal Rev- Newark (N. J,) ,Inulating and WaIt&pV
onue, has decided that under the recent act of lng,Coompa#..to snl'sing, with $t40,O0t.
Congress and the proclamation of the Presi- the comps a'ffi0s. "
dent in relation to Oklahoma, it ceases ".'." ,
to be "Indian *country," and that Ar Farming'ton, ,Pen., an ore mine, ti
special tax stamps' may be sold to shaft of which is 1 tiSfe& deep, caved IJ
wholesale and retaf liquor dealers, to engage i
in business there, und the sa e terms and eighteen ten were in tho mine and a do'i
regulations as in other States and Territories of them were partially covered with thet0
of the United States. ing niass. Richard Ettinger was crushf
death. I "
THEREv were twenty-five cases of .
P.O~ EHi PEOPLE i n Nanti'oke, Penn. Thou iMseo alppoa
S ,_ be spreading in all directions.
TaHB Duohess of Cambridge dead. .. L, BRAnuoD PmIxc was inaugurat)
Ta Prince of Wale wears green klia Governor of Now Mexico. "
THB Queen of Greooe is a oleve Artist. NATURAL gas was turned Into the p^
RX-XIN MIL1 aN Daa At .-t
.K. M a wears a tel undehrt. Dayton, Ohio, for tho first tiune. Extra
T Princes of Wales is forty-tour yes sure was puton at the wells I Mercer C,
old. '
JOtnH G. Warrrta, the poet, is eighty. ty and the gas traveled thought tho pi
four orty-eight nlles tu Di.lo uln in ttveity-fln
HE.u -,.. O~ '. Of ... i i s in 0 minutes. l

. I



iaia.r-Cutters Who Travel Through eu.
*'tL. rope Collecting the Curls F=os
l Peasnts-The Rndless Task
of Sorting the Hair,
-- '---- .
"As a matter of fact," said Mr, Dar-
thiab, a Parislaq "capillary artist" whom
a New York W*ld correspoqdent Inter-
viewed the other .mornlng) "nobody con.
cernecd looks on the trade more as a mat.
ter of cold business tbh"u the women
themselves. I know a good many peas-
ant girls In Brittany and AUvergno who
look on their hoads-figuratlvely speak-
ing, of course-just as a peasant does on
his field as a crop raising concern, to be
carefully exploited, and If the premature
hawkers do a i excellent buulness in the
-agricultural districts, it is just because of
this reason, I don't deny that there are
exceptional cases, but In the vast ma-
jority it is not want but a desire for an
Incense of income that makes girls bomo
under the scissors "
"How is the hair collectedd?"
"There is a special class of Industrials
known as hair cutters, who travel all the
year round for the purpose. In France
t is Brittany and Auvurgne, where the
avarice of the peasants and their poverty
are the greatest, that are alone visited.
In no other French provinces could a
dealer find it worth his while to travel.
The Frenchwoman is coquettish and
wants all the hair she can get former own
adornment. On the other hand there are
many places in Franco which formerly
supplied quantities of hair whence now
not an ounce comes. The reason is that
.'theae.pljces havo, prospered, luxury has
entered them, atd the women buy rather
than' 411."
H How do.the dfalers work"
"In Auvroe 'iand abroad they pay
p erlod1cal visits to thevillages and towns,
usually onn.fair or market days, take a
rodt in ah inn, hang their sign out of the
v.. winlown'id await olsl'."
"'What'is their sin n?"
"A .hrse's'tale attached to the end-of
Sa pole. It acts like a magnet on the we-
,. men,and the dale' has usually more
o woA given him than he can get through.
S"n spite of this, however, very high
prices have to be pa-d for the crops.
Formerly,' before the war, you could get
a woman's head of hair in exchange for a
handkerchief or an apron, at the outside
a cotton dress was as::ed for. But since
I71 the girls have learned about our prof.
its and want a shl,-e in them. Nowa-
days the lowest price asked is $8, in ad-
dition to a good merino dress, and very
often as much as $8 besides the goods
Shas to be given, In Brittany, on the
Other. hand, the cutter has to go from
D house, to house, because the Brittany wo-
S-aOn has .e bj, bargained with. She in-
/. t, vatIbly.fVint by ftefushig outright, and
-- ai i acqtiio es in the end. The
t" fi Rye mqa specious arguments In
.~$j.btk to0 nvicq the. women that they
< houl .t ir -,

it yi ot ir.
tld es ial _rr s; ly
'oat, recherche blond a .

tka *omngliwir, a'ntwith ne r Wt.
c utters usually git knocked down or
dcked out by the husbands, fathers or
i Others. It's a pity, as some of the best
shades o0/asiy.blond-the best tiut-
e gro av iA ,ng ad4 Not much comes dl-
S. rect froir.' .' e o is a central hair
: I aket it. np i but the staple Ni comb-
'. ot'gu~ b~r, and combing have lit-
.'sle Tv i. lcai se it is impossible to get
ofhfi'to curl. All' they are good for is
.* padding, chignons, or plating,"
S; 'Thesc cutters buy on their own no-
count? "
S' "They are Indlependent merchants,
l buying as cheap as they can and selling
as denra s as possible to the Paris manu-
facturers. The goods are usually sent by
rail in sacks of a hundred weight. Bult
./ perhaps you would like to come upstairs.
.Some ,iokf are Juhl. being emptied."

It was a curious sight, certainly. A
)' long ruod bare of all furniture, save a
* couple of barrows. In one corner a heap
of empty sacks, in the other five or six
filled to bursting. A couple of porters
were engaged in emptying these on to the
floor. One hoisted the sack on his back,
end when the other had opened its mouth,
shot the contents out into a heap. I en-
tered the rdmoi jtt as this oporationuwas
going on, and I declare that wtlat tssued
from the bellied sack to the floor looked
like a living and serpentine mass. It may
sound ugly to say so, but I could not help
thinking of a marvelous take of eols. 'Yet
there were poetry and beauty enough in
the motion, for the suu rays touched the
silken tresses as they fell, with an almost
Imperceptible sound, like the pon-poa of
satin, and brought out aumyriad lightl-
gold and silver and blue ahd many sbades
of red. As soon as each sack was emptied

some girls set to work on each heap and
be.4au to assortthe tresses hastily. OUl
collected all the shades of red, one the
browns, i,nothLr the blacks, a fourth the
"The sorting," he said, "gives me a
very great dea of trouble. It would take
me a long time to menlties, tlh nalp" .f
all the shades known to te trails As
properly classifying all. the shades" 61
human air, that is quite but of the que"-
* lion. There are as many hades as there
are heads of hair. Roughly we divide the
colors into fifteen classes, black, brown,
dark chestnut, chestnut, lght- chestnut,
dark blond, blond and oleaibloud. These
eight classes the trade styles common
colors. In the second ditvlroq, or Uit Of
extra colors, you h fa t order df merit,
snow-white, ashen blopdr white, grayih>
gray, pale, blond and re-. Of these blond
cendre, or ashen bliod, and' snow-white
hair are the most valuable. Each of these
classes has thoiands and thousands of
subdivisions, but of courSeo no attempt to
assort exact shi4dele be madl. The
work, as it is, is a fbtfldable task; each
'head of hair hair, by hair, must b6
*handled, for often wa.flAud six or seven
shades of hair ina o6le crop,
"Wlhen the hair bm baa ei very earofolly
sorted into oqjbreepltA~lor i tied up in
a bundle, anid each'ul e e,,
-with flour, w*i.o dries qhd( de44iieajs oe
chairs of !rsea,. r.T0, *re then carsfull,
resorted by leg0" tIe ,.daM, ligthil
in the trade scaling from .llktee,4 lches
4to a yard. But gooAilse .4a b e.founa
for even the shortest len gti n ad Jut
now short hair Is at Li for inMk,
Ing up intolronta, etsfillAme ,ai.
Juierkqt, The bs.sup W
A,* J *


while thby. were fishing for shad. It f
about six feet long, with a large head
shaped like a bulldog's and an'Immense
mouth furnished with two rows of sharp
teeth. -The head is attached to the body
by p Jong ainuous aeok, and the mall
And deep suken eyes are'-projiAed by
Slong ls es. The body, which gradually&
tapes to the tail, is covered by a short
-ie ur, ancld two 'short imperfectlyl
formed legsL with webbed feet like
those d a d Ck, are attctl st bIelpw
the ne9k. : TIhl 4tsi pelriy forpu6d,
'having ful' blades exactly like thi screws
of a propeller. The strange creature was
capture with difficulty. It fought hrd;
and,t utteriag a noise that was half hiss,
half bak, it seized afi oar in its mouth
and crunched It to splhi ,ts. strange
otor reser lnb g musk wus'emitted. Re-
ette w of -a hatchet disabled'the
animal and "tW abl 4' i capture.-P-ht -
deipha .eo wd.. .* .

proatest Cerportb tn .i| the World.
SThq Pennsylvania' la.rA d" Company
is said by an Eatern financial JQural .to
be the greatest corporation iht -W i,* 1d.
Its gross earnings in lop. im jlfi
609,299. It operates .19%b e of
track, and during tOl a [.'
it.moved 118,840,894 tons of l S
trolsported 74,0.00,086 p s Ir ,
tbe moat progressive compatnyil=t1 te1
d'.-one of -'e few thichhaus endeaV "ed
to make Its lines interfere as nttafat pot-
siblo thx the rights of peop1 l tIb
cities and towns traversed by i. Tit
al.to do by d in aseiy o

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Ox-tall. soup is quickly made from
soup stock. Thin. the .stock- with two
quarts Of water, take three tails, cut them
in pieces at the joints, put them into the
"liquor and stew till tender, but not until
the meat leAves the bones. .Somepeople
likethe addition of vegetables; when
these are adde. .they should be cut in
thin sllees and when the soup is served
should be strained and .the vegetables
placed on the table in another di,.
Sorial Soup 'I* elibhed. if rightly
made. After pmaihing thu qorrel leaves
put them In a kettle 'ith just a4ough
water to cover. SBtow.tll tend giving
them an oo ta satorg. .
apntof white i t have
soaked Il cold4 wattr and i' jI
aA soft; paur over the enough water to
ak the neems quantiuty of soup, add
the Soup stock and a chopped onlon. Al-
ter.the soup is ,rted gut ln enough of
t- sorrel to iWtRt pleasantly *our.
It is not ebLeq&ry to eep th
stock on hand, as fresh Nuor,
made eibUhme soup is servl; it Pa
_ply to aqve-time and trouble a- a pi
k6up am i'e made it t Ua .,lnu
merely thining the stock andli
or bm .a p pedpa yad
.qutyof arey.Eggbi .
a piksant addition. Tak-:ths
half dosen har boiled eS ., .

'i.lth dour ans drobto tb Wik
0re mnot to break dt. X .:t 1
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p0a#aof W390.ia length. b.T se r
either-bold to halrdressers awmaterisal
for perrtke-making, et ela t d by the
wholesale manufacturers for naing up
into'shapes of all kinds, Te preevar
considerably, according t ooltS and
lengths. Thus fair quality pf black hAir
of an average length fetches ofily thred
cents the gramme, whereas the same
quantity of, show-white .hair of similar
length costs from 01.80 to $ .40. The
latter quality is rarely kept in stock PFor
a kilo of ashen or pale blond thirty-two
inches long 0he usual price to the trade is
$450. ,SnoW-white hair of that length
would be worth twenty times the, money,
but it can hardly everbe procured longer
than -twenty-sdx inches. Apropos of
snow-white hair, X forgot to remark that
when a woman sells her hair, if she hap-
pens to have a lock or two of this-' color
among It, she makes a special bargain for
the lock 6r two. The. above prices refer
merely to smooth hair, sorted, cleaned
and washed with soap. If the fnnir is
curled or crimped, the price increases by
-from one to twenty per cent. To curl,
the hair must he cut hair, not combings;
and its preparation is' a laborious one.
First, it has to be washed and washed
again. Theq each hair is' rolled round a
small wooden cylinder and boiled hard
for -two hours. After that the cylinders
are placed in drying stoves, where t)ey
remain two or throe months. The hair
then curls. Of course, a good deal of
natural curly hair comes on the market
In the ordinary way, but it Is not the ten--
thousandth part of the curly hair one
sees adorning' ladies' heads e.s fronts,
bangs, etc.
Noted Plants of Commerce.
The olive is by botanists called Olea,
from a Greek word, signifying smooth,
on account of its oil. 0. Eur9pea is a
native of the South of Europe, an ever-
green with lance-shaped leaves, and flow-
ers quite small and white. There is an-
other variety, called fragrnns, or ,sweet-
scented olive, introduced from China in
1771. The -lowers are also very small,
but Very fragrant, smelling not unlike
the highest-perfumed "green tea. In aBf
ages tho olive has been held in peculiar
estimation, and ais a bounteous gift of
heaven. It is considered emblematic6 of
peace and plenty. Even Virgil and Pliny,
in their day, -mention many varieties,
showing it one .of the cultivated plants
of their time, the differences being noted
mostly in the size and color of the
fruit. "
Hungary water is a distillation from
the rosemary, an old shrub, very common
in England, it-is supposed, from very
ancient times. Shakespeare makes the
poor Ophelia' allude to it as a memory-
strengthener, in "There's rosemary, that's
'for rembrance."
-The sage of commerce belongs to quite
an extensive genus, containing some
showy flowers, as in the different salvias
of the gardens. From S. sclarea, when
in flower, is made clary wine, slightly
narcotic. S. pomifera, furnishes a gUll,
that, when candied with sugar, has some
repute. The seeds of S. verbenaiea, pro-
duce, when moistened, a mucilage aid to
be serviceable in removing 'extraneous
matter from! the eye. The name salvia is
derived from sal'ere, to be in health, or
salvo, to save, on account of its supposed
samnativo qualities. The common sage ol
the kitchen is ..officinalis, a native ot
tlh, tow tof Eutope. There are two
of the family natives in thide
asn l".0.2te lyre-leaved pd nettle-
4e d byex ,%o The saffron of the shops is
obtginect.-rom a crocusi, sativis, a
native of England. The stigmas of the
flowers are carefully picked, dried in a
,kiln, ad then pressed into a cake. It is
a very bright yellow, approaching to red
or orange, coloring water strongly when
thrown into it.-Prai-re Farnier.
Most Remarkable Ra n In Rallroading,
The locomotive A. G. Darwin, de-
signed by George S. Strong, of' the
Strong Locomotive Company, arrived in
Jersey City, N. J. last evening, having
completed the most renmarkabl run ih
railroad histpry. Yesterday morning the
Darwin left Buffalo and made the run
throughlfon time, drawing a train of nine
heavy.coaches along most of the.road and
two extra coaches along certain sections.
The engine made the run over some stifl
grades without any assistance, thus mak-
ig the record al the more marvelotfs,
This engine is different in design to any
other yet built, and the features which
make her a success are that. she exmlts nc
smoke or cinders from her stack, car
burn the cheapest .kind of bitumtnous
coal, and is a quick and abundant
steamer. She has two fire boxes made ol
corrugated rolled steel, welded together.
One of these Ire boxes is fed at a time.
Both lead into a spacious combustion
chamber, so that when the fresh coal is
fed in the smoke and cinders are carried
into it and consumed, Instead of passing
out through the stack. Her. weight is
sixty-eight toes: and hauling capacity
greater than the heaviest engine yet run
on the road.-i w ,,or,'k s,,n.

A Fish. With a Screw Propeller Tall
Trhe strangest creature ever seefl tr
iheke waters was captured in thne Delawanr
River at Burlington yesterday moening bs
Oharles Wooden and Oharlox Adam,

haet wnatv 1ue0.
V6ry, pretty rugs cat be made as fol-
lows: Take a piece of a quilt,one square
yard,; or any thiok cloth; cut out of
worsted pieces a circle eix inches across;
work any pretty design for center; mark
pirole five inches across in center of the
foundation cloth and then out strips of
worsted two Inches at the top, one-half
Inch at the bottom, eighteen inches long,
sew on so that they will come three in
circle revolving around the center; ill In
the corners with bright colors anud seCa
small pieces around the edge, or frlng,
will be very pretty if the colors are mixed1
good.-Waehington 8tar.

Silver articles, when not in use, should
be kept iu prepared cotton-flannel bags
to protect them from the sulphureted
hydrogen of furnace and illhuntia.lug
gas. They should be kept in a dry place,
and if likely to remain there a long time,
the silver should be perfectly clean, and
the baus closely wrapped in stout paper.
For daily care of silver it Is best to use
hot water, castile soap and a stiff brnsh
and chamois leather. Gilding ought tp
be rubbed as little ak possible, and silver
etched, decorated 'with colored 'alloys, or
oxidized, can be kept in condition by
rubbing with a damp linen cloth with a
vYry little plate powder.-IRural lIome.
The troublesome hairy little grub which
Is known as the buffalo moth and which
Is so injurious to carpets, may bo de-
stroyed by wetting the carpets with water
and going over them with a hot iron.
Benzine will kill them, but this fluid is
explosive nnd. inflammable, and is to be
handled with care., To avoid this house-
hold pest the carpets should not lie close
to the walls, but a space of a few inches
should be left all around the border, so
that the edge can be turned up and swept
frequently. The- crevices in the floor
should be filled with plaster or with putty,
so that no hiding places are left for the
insects. It 1wPtuite possible, and per.-
haps probable, .that thts insect has come
for a good purpose, viz., to get rid of the
unhealthful practice of using dusty
carpets constantly on the floors un-
changed, by which the atmosphere of the
dwelling Is filled with Injurious dust and
the throat and lungs become dis-
eased by it. If the carpet.isa laid
loosely andi taken up and shaken Once a
week the buffalo moth will no longer give
any trouble.-New York Times.

.Inks made with nutgalis anul copperas
can be removed by using a moderately
concentrated solution of oxalic acid, fol-
lowed by use of pure water, and frequent
drying with clean blotting paper. Moat
other black inks are erased by use of a
weak solution of chlorinated lUme, fol-
lowed by dilute acetic acidand water, with
drying with blotters. Malachite green
ink is bleached by aqua ammonia; silver
inks, by potassium cyanide or. sodium
hyposulphite. Some aniline colors are
easily removed by alcohol, and nearly all
by chlorinated lime followived by dilute
I acetic acid or vinegar. All hese remarks
I apply to goods. The removal of such
Stains from tinted papers or colored dress
goods is nearly impossible, in many cases,
Without impairing the color of the fabrics;
and silk and woolen goods nro liable to
I be acted upon by the chemicals so as to
Sbe seriously injured. In all cases apply
9 the substances with camel's hair brushes
or feathers, and allow them to remain no
Longer than is necessamy, after which
Srinse well with water, and dry with blot-
iting papers. There is no reliable method
for the removal of printing ink.-Peav-
man's Art Jua)4 .

To make good soup, .ays the Detroit
FrAee Penw, requires the jiclgious blend-
ing of the different flavors so that noth-
i- ng.shall predominate. .Alwes remove
the scum before the soup ho01, 'br It will
St4ot become clear even- when strmliied no
Smatter how flnea. strainer is used. iM.
mar slowly, for it allowed to boil quickly
the goodness of thki meat -cannot be ex-
d traced. Put the meat on in cold water
fand allow two tablespoonfuls of salt to
each gallon of water. From a pint !d
a half t r quart of water to every piooud
of meat w make goe msottake o,. When
i adding water after the boiling oha m -or
menced always use water of the some
temperature. Excellent soup stock can be
' made as follows: Takea legror shin of beef
weighing eight pounds, saw the bone in
three parts and remove the marrow, Put
ihto a kettle wvith four tvarta of water
iand let it simmer. Put the marrow int
a saucepan with a pound of lean ham.cut
I in small pie,-es; fry a good brown then
add to the meat bone aad let it simmer
, five hours. Strain and set away to cool.
When cold remove the fat" and pour It
into glass fruit jars and set In a cool

If you desire to 'make vegetable soup,
* take a sufficient quantity o water and add
enough soBp stock to make it of the re-
n quired strength. C(u, ;,0 it two onions,
e three turnips, a half dozen carrots and a
little celery, all chopped fli season and
boll for two hours.

Lost in thlt,*"rm.
On o{ our-leadinga ed iw, ipped from a
headloZaIsuasne exssrte %fr avivid de-
ript totea Wetern Wis t hich we
hvO .ten the libertvteW' hb, nd at the
aime time sugsist to .4 arner & Co.,
hep oprietos' of the- at W Waner's
Safe Cir, the feasibility Ig thleretromn
an extract for the Introdtl tf one of their
tailing advertisements. "i Plowing is the
description, *"., *. _
"At thelose of a dark dlI' n Jnuary a
'solitary horseman wends u s,,W across the
open prairie in one. of our 'Western terrl.
tore. He pa..e attl eng ers vao i tin leons
cabin of th, srd nte 'wo or
three old settlers, r .NhOA .T inquired.
the way, have wVltd il.iat a storm Is
approachng, ad ^n oi ter nwitii true
oWestern boaIt, If W o 10(i shnel
sr In hiscabo~. x t It l lit le de.
liness the proffered toll l 5n.nl urgxu Ills
tr -lorse 1rw d-'M ** '.,sky Irewa
suddenly dirk. 4* deIs to woe
shelter. b The st rl' ,l 1110 Its
tr ** ** The M il d t l5 utia to war
his fast obihiing lilao W, l s-. irc. ly
breathe. Blln anesi r aWi Drow i s
steatls over him. Tb 'ldl p sr. ... HeI
Is lost in the bltp*4,"-..<'.
S'hlre is no dibgt th 6tbe ,ror which
seizes the bewildered or s similar to
that which overnomps olSwin ii Io1 learns
that he Is'suferin fr op d.el.,1' I Kid.
ney Disease, and a inform mat hlo is ala the
Ist stages oat Bright's disee, At first he is
informal that he has a light idney affoo-
tiou. Later he begins ti llttirei.l Slight
headache. Ftokle appem Iallure of the
oye-sll it. Cramp ifa t. elt o1 the legi.
FWakefulines. DItreiSt servousessa.
Rheumatio and neuralg l0` 1n9, casion-
ally pa nin the back. Q .clark colored
fluid, with scalding dp lon. Gradual
failure of strength .
Any of the above syllt signify Kid.
nay Affection, but he t.I at he is all
right, His. physician .treliim tor syamp.
toms* and calls it a dise enli in reality it
is tut a symptom of trouble. He
may be treated for Hheutn c or Neuralgio
pains, heart, affection, or other disease
which he Is most susceeitib Finally the
patient has puifllng undeh0 eyes, Rligght
bloating of the airl;es and lg. Hi phye!-i
clan may nform im n tiat 1 is Lut tie ac-
cumulation of blood in hi ankles for want
of proper exercise.
The bloat continues anad teachles his body.
Then he Is Informed ha has dropsical
troubles, and Is tapped Oe0 or twice, HeI
notices it is difficult to bN ho owlng to ir-
regular action of the Oerhsonil finea!ly ia na-
formed that he hass a s6hiSttao. otf rglt's
Disease. Soon 'hil fried aS rl notif ed that
his is an avanced ase o right's disease,
and that he can live but aleort tine, His
honorable andl deinlfted:pi tshlel:n asks for
counsel. It is too late. tIl he sticks to the
old family .ph:san, nd th u physicIan
Imnow ant has known a 'om the F i-ining
that the patient has been sttrik- itln death
for months, for he knows full well that the
profession acknowlei.e tbey have no rome.
dies for the cure of Kldfey Disease.
At last the patienaturoeotes-ilsiiotherod
-and dies from dropsloal trouble. Or per-
haps the disease may pot t ne the formn of a
dropsical tendency, and the patoit dies from
apoplexy, paralysIs, oe' tonia or heart
trouble.d O it may toke he forn of blood
poisoning. In each torhe enl ii the same.
And yeto Itnd t ris frien erne earnedd by
the ,Mrop.i or. of ite leleiratedl remedy
known a Wu arr's oo Cure, 01' tie lurking
dangers of a *slht. Kiday afection.
The newspapers v haS blished the dan-
g t by othe of .featao been p.-lnted
ff on dying of advAT4 Kidney Disease
or right' s Dise ftrienis ad( physl-
lan Took around wn t horror and regret
for seeming neglect, the is lost. He did
not heed the warning a storm was ap-
proahing. He deelin tbe prollffered hospl.
eallty, and re le Wuent forward into
dingeor. He struggle I anfully for a time,
but his atregtb failed, he grew gradually
weaker and he was lIs to the world. Not
in a blizzard, but from the terrible malady
Aich i almost daily occurring in every
coxlunity, and wh[fh is doctored as a
y om instead o what It is-a mortal dis-
m enles properly treated.
The Fakir and Faking.
The verb "uto fake" and its presdht
participle "faking" are going into more
general use day by day. Thle origin o
the word is obvious enough, so that news-
paper readers have not been treated tc
any etymological or historical disquisi.
tions on this head as is the case with
the expression "in-.t-,ooup." It oi
Course comes from a free use of the noun
"fakir," who in his ristine impurity be-
longs to the distant aud perfumed Orient,
but who is now to be found, or at least
United States reproductions of him are to
be discovered, along Nassau street vend.
ing all sorts of articles which usually
bear every evidence of having beeu mnn-
ufa urod in a hurry. "Faking," there.
forpis to do something without propel
SaTerial ahd frequently without. proper
b 1ill. The word has been more generally
adopted by the theatrical profession than
any other, and is applied to performances
that are to a great c'tent unpremeditated
either because the lines of the dialogue or
- business have been tforgotten by the player
or have never bcen learned. "One
curious thing about faking," said a well-
known player the other day, "is that the
[adiences tre freinentl1y much -better
' pleased with the in-sult thafif the per-
,*" primanco wus honest ,,nd coneclentiou to
th-last degree. Trike the ease of danc-
tag for exainnlc, I c-ax go on the stago
and do a very diflicanlstepto dance, em-
- ployIng steps anl (Mig intricate com-
'tnations which I nun o.nlyable to do after
- a long and arduous ]irnnotloe. Ti0 audi-
ence looks at then inrf',ranee thinks it
very n-aat and pretty, bilt there is no en-
h*husiMom, and whr-i I am finished there
is. no applause. lhen.I will go on the
*Steg-" endi comse riwa with some quaint
- htbky-panky steps that require no skill
whatever and that I can tench -to any boy
in tea minutes an"l the' tdlenoo will
simply howl with nlrlightf"--2e- YTor

U, 1ik .Eem .iis 11 ,l
5ralys. I lea & twenthlgr- d'-
1 tapalpwreef. tSeUth. li LSitatwtri>
li ai om sf Istc on.H- wii.,

The queer Mongolian Drama.
Descriptions of playgoing in China and
Japan are not qucommon, but it often
happens that the writer, not being used
to the ways of the stage, misses many in-
teresting and amusing points. Mr. Louis
Wingfield, however, is an experienced
playgoer who knows all about the theatre,
and what he has to tell us in his now
book, "Wanderings of a Globe Trotter,"
is therefore specially diverting and in-
structive. The Chinese players have not
their exits and their entrances, for in-
stance. There are always many on the
stago who have nothing to do with the
play, Mr. Wi&0old says. Servants-
coolies-stroll jbout the stage also,
placing and removing properties, and
changing the labels which hang on the
walls announcing "This is a wood," or
"This is a palace." These servants are
conventionally understood to be invisi-
ble." "The Chinese," theI "Globe Trot-
ter says, "'carry the principle of conven-
tion bewilderingly far. A set code of at-
titudes and movements are understood by
a pigtailed audience to indicate certain
things. Thus, a rising of one leg and a
half turn (vagufly suggesting the act of
getting Into the saddle) implies that the
character is on horseback; a crescendo of
gong beating, and a quick walk round,
informs spectators that the performers
have moved to another place-what placo
Is told on the changed label. A lady who
is supposed to be sewing goes through
the required actions, but imagines needle
and thread." Yet the gesture is com-
mended, the by-play is said to be excel-
lently suggestive, and the facial expres-
sion, so far as the yellow visage of the
Mongol is capable of it, is appropriate.

Bribery IA Spaill
The Reov. Dr. J. M. Buckley, writing
of Spain, says: "Bribery is general in
Spain. Almost anything can be done
with a fee. Not more than forty per
cent, of the taxes levied by the Govern-
ment can be collected. Mayors of cities
got rich in a year. One, at least, of the
most important cities is destitute of
credit. No one will led' it any money.
Spaniards so distrust each other that
money is not forthcoming for great
public works. The English manage the
water works, the street cars -and almost
everything else."

Sovereign Remedy for Sleeplessness.
Captain Henry Bass, of Rome, Ga., has
a sovereign remedy for sleeplessness.
"It is," he says,' 'as siniple as it is effectual.
I order for my supper a good supply of
fresh meat (sausage Is fine), aMd see that
theer is plenty of it prepared; don't be
unealy for fear of hurting yourself, but
eat plenty'of biscuits, drink two cups of
coffee, a glass or two of milk and go to
bed; don t sit up and read two or three
hours, but go at once to bed, and I will
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George Westinghouse, the air brake-
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S Would You Believe
The Proprietor ot Kemp's Balam gives
Thousands of Bottlees kway yearly? This mode
of advertising would prove ruinous if the
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all Throat and Lung troubles. You will see
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Don't healtatel Procure a bottle to-day to keep
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ue. 'Trial bottle Free at all druggists'. Large
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DAKOTA Indians are amusing themselves
by carrying off white men and hiding them
A Radical Cnre for Epileptic Fits.
To thie Enftor-Please Inform your readers
that I have a positive remedy for the above
named disease which I warrant to cure the
worst cases. So strong ais my faith in Its vir.
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valuable treatise to wany sufferer who will give
ire his P. 0. and Express address. Iesp'y,
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A clergI-'man, after years of suffering from
ethlat loathsome dieease. Catarrh, and vainly
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olin fromdelrafth. Any eufferor from thistdrcad.
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TIl FRI elNDS WHO W2ru.2 AN t Exhausted, I fe11 aslop o0 the GoldL
THE FRIENa S WHO A R L stone floor, w hA I'Awoke, ty yte .',. ,at .,i. .tw,
--ae i o7 m e ; ore s te d o n t h e a g o"ae i d .a o f a 'sp a wt i "' "'
My worlds p.opled not alone and thought of the-trad-lf-,1n.t14t 9 j' s i
By those tts daely lfo who share penitents of long te o l bke. throughthet S& ,1
The loved whom other years have kiowh cr uel rickly par hedge, J4 t out-' l the t e r u .,
Descend from their divlner air ohitrh, ad oInd f outd oomft in the .' ',h .... "
As one might ome,, from over se, act. ... : .a't,'A.'i6aj6OB,- .
O aown to e stoet to sit with mote n the huoutde ito tth e hu Into the dry A Bo1ston 4 r ive' ft.tw
.d omal~e eefairet mornmore r; hot air. I walked upon a plant with n p d ucers. shi aeclttbyftnsbwiit eWofu.
And Mine are eatl rnd sun and star. cruel thorns I clasped one to my brau st a ou ltlons a ia enta
With friends who were and friends, ho are. where the golden rod hun.wlthe _og to te mOt. ooeae i lt Is so.
They are the same as when they went- until my white dress bore morks of it, iety, h .two iall lk, On. of tthes
Tender and true and still my own; cruel impress.o cup.$ the delad li, bssteoitedl Irak
But rarer beauty heaven has lent, I was so absorbed in my'grief that I B. _i.ek O.wa f,4l aeUnqftq -rush n a
As if some wind of God had blown' did not har the sound of approaching lady's band,.and whose "reamy dining
All trace of doubt and care and dole wheels until carriage swept around the loos as i nature's lining of an
Fromaclh serene, enfranchised soul, church. Boated in It was Dr. Warner. eggshell, wilae thb vToryI.g thlineas of
And they cou oar. eo make uoanm He jumped from the carriage and spoke the llnes give it ta beaunrs rnhlent-
Yet my unllkeds o ar sotlbar very kindly, never appearing to notice my effeot.- inannati shirer.
From friends whom W Tnod friends who are. -forlorn aspect, and said: o ,'
.uean bhasose wd" 1 the d 'I have never been inside this grand tA d111 i ttla .s : "
JThaeuntera n ti l Tresenthces l ,t old church which you love so dearly. The washer 'of nice lae form n oalu
Thatn enter noelesa wth e sielat Will you show It to men,?" of expert labor quite lb.thearelves, and-
Prom youre est pleasance, 'Like some ponitnt,I led the way. We few people havo any. id of the amount
.And.inthweoetnessth eeo seg paused before picture rare and old, 0i of labor involved in the cleansing oper-
Andui l the sweestn, ersthrepos, saints, angels and martyrs. 'I averted tion, and of thQ skill an knowledge, re.
My common room a temple grows,
Al rosy blo said stais whit "e, my fpace eDr. Warnerlooked upon Baint quired. This labor, of coarsee, comes a
Thee os loomme, ntea hie Cecilia: suddenly he asked: chiefly in the drying, for the .washing is
Withe re s whoo wm e and fitrtoeawho "Why did you leave us so abruptly. but a simple tiang in comparison. A
.........th ..ind s w .r.. ad ..e.s wo and why did I find you .walking os tablv is cushioned and covered closely
Yet not to outward sight they come; those cruel thornst?" with a spotless cloth, and on this the lofe
A flner sense their presence tells; I looked down d sid: stretched with and said: s stretched with a intricate otre that Is
As when, from winter cold and dumb, "I was playing ptenit ot," amazing ; through every al esh a pin 4
Unseen the soutli wind wakes the dells- W o hasd paused before the MAdonna, placed to hold it in place, and the whole
The south wlud.and thoe slent nun,' There was a tremor in my voice, but Itracery of the pattern is thus pricked out
While robins aibg Btad Irgklet un answered almost defiantly: till every leaf and spray and sprig Isfnr mly
And every bud with rapture swells "You all lelth me-I wanted to sit next fastened so that it cannot shrivel or con-
Buoh soul of spring, uebh Avatar, you at the table." tract, a whole day being sometimes used
Come friends who were nd friends who are. Then my tears fell fast, and I put m up in prdparing a single yard of the lamce
Dear the dellghit* o bouneous earth- small laced-bordered handkerchief, whIcI so that when dry it lifted off soft an
Her purple seas, her hils of snow I had chosen in the happy hours of pro. perfect and unimpaired i the design.-
The cloister's lore, the children's mirth, paration for the dinner party, to my HarpeW's Bar,
Cathedral gloom and fireslde glow; eyes. T -g t
Nay, dear the tinest bird that flies, His voeoe was kindly, and I felt are nsoM o M MO smr SatVeD osR PRlD.
The faintest c oud that flecks the sklcs, his eyes grow tender as tie said: i While Hamilton ish was Secretary of
The leaves the woodland ways that strow; "Your father nnd 'other were engaged State Mrs.. Fish made it her 'invariable
SYet, Lord, what bliss to steal afar, in their duties as host' and hostess, and I practice to return all calls made upon her.
With friends who wore and friends who are! a few weeks 'ago received 'a letter from Of course 'many in the throng were un-
-Edlaa D. Proctor, it Youth's Companion, my old time friend Mr Bell, who in the fashionable, but that made no difference.
....nuv m spring is to marry Mis Anmes" (my heart Ono day-this lady of East Washington
1 CHIQ'r IRIQtr IsTAl beat jo D uly), askingn me to mako h 'thought she would see what an official
lUllhUJid itU t.A- at sit hero pleasant. You are too impul. reception was like, and so she followed
-- sive. Your father and mother love you, thecrowd through Mrs. fish's s parlors
bMy nanmo pis Chlihuiiriquita. My home is and I-- a.d dropped her card at the door.
In Arizona, near the borders if Mexico, At this moment the church door was I 1due6 ,AIm K Mra. FlTh's carriage
My father is an offther In the United pushed open, and ou the stone door was stopped before a small frame house in
States Army. tho sound of awkward uneven steps. East Washington, and the lady at the
When I was a tiny girl without a name, They approached quickly. My handker- moment was engaged in the honest, but
Senora Mrtinlr, an aged Spanish woman, chief was removed from my eve I not aristocratic, occupation of scrubbing
came to seen me. 1 opened my black opened them just. in time to see John the front steos,
eyes and smiled upon her, She msu- swallow 't. He caned his long neck and Mrs. Fish stepped out of her carriage
mnured "hieuiriqulti," which is the brought first one and then the other of and presenting her card asked to see the
fourth dinminitivo of chico, small, and his small black eyes to bear on me, then lady of the house. *
means very, very small. My mother on Doctor Warner,. as much as to say "She Is not in," said the lady calmly,
called mne ChiAuiriquita, then mny father "What is the trouble?" It was so funuy an.d resume her scrubbing while Urs.
adopted the nam. The n o. Then the garrison that we both nughed. Fish returned to. her carriage.-Tey rwYlr
people followed their example, and finally I was only too glad of an excuse to be un l .
SIwas baptized Chiquiriqulta Belmont. myoer. I was very happy. --o ,
Thoro were only two Americans ex- "I had forgotten for a few moments A oiL'S rEXPrEnIENCE WITH ELEOTRTCITY.
cept mny father and mother whom I cared what brought me here," said Doctor The airdm- ers e prints the following:
ir. One was old General Ames. I had Warner. "The Indians are-on the war- "I read," said a bright young married
known him always. He taught me to path About 8 o'clock this evening a woman, "that there Is now a way of re-
sketch and read Spanish and German, party of soldiers ara oinq in pursuit of monvint h.b.tw d v 23 vlut. .'.ph Wi C o r wasting my them. I accompany them." h use of electricity. That is not uow, Ad
time. He led me to tthe carriage, .helped me I want to sound a note of warning to any*
"I'.am only a little Spanish girl," I! in, maid took a seat beside told him, "and love to swiug in my ham- seated himself beside Michael, and we have a very dear friend, who was a class-
mock, and Play on my guitar, and sketch ; rode bhonieward, mate of mine iu college. She-was a real
dark-faced children." Hasty preparatit ns were being made pretty girl, but she was greatly annoyed
The other American I cared for was at the garrison sllene w reached there, at the fact that a few hairs were growing
Dy. Warner, the surgeon of iny father's At that evening the soldiers, anccom- on her chin and upper lIpa. They really
1 u. regiment, I.also liked tnhe arny mules, i panbcd by their sureroni, left. Ilihad list did not look bad, more. like the down on
particouingy Jack and Juainita, two! oned attentively as'to the route they wero a beautiful peach than anything else, but
.4e8 agiantic ones. I was fond of John, my to take. When the sound ot the retreat. they wore eyesores to her. She tried
pmet ostrich, who followed mea abot.o ie gl orses did mway, I turned o't aneq,. evprs VthuiMt e tlA&ohasetinrcfl...tiiy
st'e'wureb l hJcro. w a ahead] tvil,' 'h.-... 'N (J'. 'a y, no [ 1 MiO: .?- wai iersuaared to-try electricity. An cx-
lilt H feathers' o t.d'lovel, 'riany amtl l Saddle my two uponics, and you and I porieneod physician performed thr oprie-
,. "'own. Michael, mly father's servant, will have a 'ride." tion, and left her face as smooth as a
An"1 put up a alinniock for me under some Nnuo joyfully did as I bade him. In billiard-ball. Six weeks later the hairs
Te shade trees near the house, and one bo-; half am lulir we were riding nwny. Af- returned, greatly increased in size aind
s side it for John, md we swung and slept tcr the lcat of the day, hliow grateful the -several shade darker. This time they
in thet nearly half tIhe time. cool evening I Flaowers folded away really adid look bad, and the poor girl
I liave spoken of Dr. Warner. What from the sun, children of the sand, was almost wild. She ha s never been
the rainbow is to the dark cloud it spans, opened their eyeso for me, Nano ar d I nable to do any thing with them since,
what the fountain is to the desert wan- role along-ia silence.' and unless she olips, them every day-a
deer, what the moon and stars rtro to Through my mind floated, many times: very tiresome operltion--her fac looks
the midnight sky, that b eae became to i. "Your father and mother love you, and as though she .wpre really growing a bear&
To him-I was only his Colonel's little I-_" What did he mean? Was it os- The best way for a woman is to leave her
daughter. o sible that.he loved mot Why had dear face alonok She only spoils it by tamper.
One morning I was idly swinging in old John conic jqst at that moment? ing."
my hammock, dreaming, when I .heard Should I ever bear that sentence finished? I --
the sound of a horse's hoofs, and Edith Then 1 thought of the cruel, treacherous ,. 6oU*rs TRs otn t TIM An.
S Ames, her beautiful face looking to me Itladins: is my life on the border lands A' quaint o fashion has i abel n recently
like the picture of St. Cecilia in the old I had seen uiany brought homt sliit by' revived in' the woertig of smaln. side-
church, rode by, accompanied by Dr. our dusky neighbors. combs. Many of these ar'o ostly oifries,
Warner. She was a granddaughter of The full moon was shiningn. Nano in. a oldoby Jowelirs for snuns ranging all tlt
General Ames, of the fort, and had come terrupted my mung by saying that the wy a from l5 to :Pi0 apiece.l .Tiney aro
to spend the winter in our Southern land huge cacti looked like giants, and he fragile lllos of totolse.hebll' with gold
with her grandfather. could kill one or two with his knife. tops, in a variety' of designs, the more
I felt as though tho air grew cold I The wind, which was blowing from expensive qnes being set with pearls,
throw my arms around John, whio was ts, suddenly veered. I heard d(stlncly dlamnonds, or other stones. Holdingback-
aleep In his hammock beside me, and the sound of le horses' hoofs bearing stray side lwcks, they have the neriteh of
pulled his feathcrs so harshly that one our soldierst. They were quite near, but' being useful as well as ornamental, so no
soft gray one fell to 'the groutdjrom my gong from use. I bent my face upon my lady with a full purse heed want a reason
hand. pony's neck and said a little prayer for for buying.
That afternoon my mother was to give thoer safety then said to Nano, as .I Highback-cosmbs are also in favor.
a grand dinner party in honor of some looked at my watch, and found it was 10 Some have square gold tops finished in
guests at the garrison. When, I was a o'clock: L *. a scroll or beading. Others are arched

to be taken in to dinner by Dr. Warner. "ioty hooked 'in their war paint and colors, like stained glass, resembling in
That afternoon Inez, my mother's feathers; Theyhad knives and clubs and miniature Soine Gothic cathedral window.
mald, dressed me with unusual 'sare.' I strange oleering objects, dpiglig m Othojwmbsare setwithmilk-whitepears
fancied I looked my best in a creamy their, belts. Tsey dragged Nano from 0r sparkle, with a row of large r'briliant..
white dress with cloth of gold roses, my his pony, and thei I flt .myself torn For those who prefer them are shown
favorite flowers for decoration. I had from Brownie" I bad claspeds my arms ai equal variety of hostl, hair-pins, Borne
almost forgotten my, anguish of the morn. around her neck. of these have perforated tops into which

Ilg. There were at fe dry,' wrothed trees any handsume brooch may be fastened.
The guests gathered, and as I went growing out if the sand. The, tied 'ano Others may be detached: from their tops
about from group to group, I fancied that to ope with strong leather bands. Then 'by loosening a small Pcrewi when the lip-
the blue-gray eyes of Dr.'Warner followed they tied me to another. The moon per part can be used is a brewatp .
me with approbation. I. was looking looked coldly down right in my agonized Daleoes and mamislei with dIamond' oew
forward to the dinner hour, qepecting to face. The Indians gathered dry- twigs drops in their hearts, or theJavort4elue.
enjoy my usual pleasant chat with him. and leavps and grass, aud laid them about tr of sweet-peas may ,bp used fqr ',ea.
Sam's black face soueemed that of an angel ow .ft f i mentation., Like the ptiW, thej i*y
messenger as he announced .dinner. The 'Ate o'iwildm era c ano ws sildnt T ea1 etrtvanat values hut 1t1 f h e
guests follow 1 n 1 a to then 4 ag. uim e d.m ithe mtoment .fp batifl.-o te r
room. Dr. Waran aPthe longpar. rot fe.i Ispeatedtto sa2S h (S Us -o4 e,? 'r^sso
lor and offered A h sfefuI'gatew dn I a mamnabmsre. is 'a) pttthey did
watched th ormu lhA Ip dtarlei oe.m thAs of t tld 6butfn weadr aiot itle11stauoed lo country,
I quWetly left .e u,..4-. .a0ffe .rarstlE .t6Ma010y s.lidoi15.e ,-ti, whl ire. works
N, o one notIc;d in a Ianaost flywove eyes dearer thAm U o il st 9 .i ata.OA4W t J8es. "
the burning sand.. mo' rbovt msewal The Indlia, sureoi ner victims, left. "' .--- ,
the sky-blue as the .ya. .; so loved, us to.gether ful for the Sacrifice. "The .. A ART "OOW-iWOMA" e
Cloudless and irties.one the ni'ato" I cornftantt ooou"'never riedout to Mvo So much hat beMn written recently
me. Life looked Ic oA. aN th u',; butitthe fickle, fitful wmad".t p about the.. exploit of Bello Starr
great desert so ,nears ut momet, oreaing through rt and I h: t other, a-dAit W omn on the e
and just s fd Csolato. oThi shall .tn l It .I failed tUepI,' 'rnchp thattie only fair to *aypw a ord
; Noonecared forP ho tt dar oh aeek of' Nano; it oawMed. my .oute most famous "ow-wpnita" ft
O, n, ont I went, 14 d and m is- faorhiad, and gave ms a 4ast fond kis. TeCio.' 'Sfis Mrs. M7ay-'. .x ihtot
erafle that oven a moment's rest seemed I saw a Indan approach witb.a igted 4 sister 'of Bubk .Tyl.
Impossible, tovard a old chsurehhl troh.. Than, asI.in anm.er, the wind Bnmalo Bil W, lir .t
AsI grew near, tany Its' gt i one s'terrible blast. It t d t1 M "ea g iot, l h o ea'
gray walls seeoi te i tly. ciy, I- Cong bleok hair,, which lied fallen al Sppaa o l
could almost hear g( great iron- about nmeawky. The moon. gave a loa. 'fou7 yA W ta a
bellss it the overItsg rooof, ailbut for Ing, intenste glance. I saw the torch fail roqtoer town. f t te A is
over fifth years, ring nut clear and soft from the Indians hand:- 'I w the In. were ni killing
for the fair Caitlilan bride of 900 yms dinas all fakll.befbre moe on their faoe. sap. a Ii
agothen chanct d".po low, a rqu Thm .T %knW:2 t ;ha.wdwnd moon o th
for the saintly den#.:.'-' .labalw," theIu,,,ncaoe wih -- .""a '
I pushed open tUin door, soater es b seet a*d blzigu na n 5 Ba ekrIiaff. -i l
~. > sl pcaur.mnde,.. .myself down iseld i r4ove e, fotte.tst aint,:t. 'i
S before the picture of th ll donna. fMy now. .ldf'a d 6h, ado 'IP ." of frotr 1 hrto
eye. rested on the bo f a leboLS.VmO la s* shoo, I .a tiH < otof.
Moldenhbairfloltiaaboat fh, We a. l u .. ..-,. ..., ,- .W,, b U blqo X br
ie hands swetag ha h a ../1 by'" ,of4'." old
turnedeh, TusaoundheitI rad.

from the dim= rte -'"-
., +: ..

tity.flve daily and do8 he'
work at the same timr' .
climb the fence to as-
hbrns of a5lao wild o0W,
m aged finll to get h i k
a rmal o d bring ter'-t Wlythhll("
Taylor, K of tg he 9ooe a t ^
to bout of above hik s tr i l.rW.
with the rone. She.1oW," ,
.orseback,n aylit'ough 4i h- i
oe is the eldest of the stoot, as
dr, is thirty.-flive yer.9l&f
looks thirty, although the oth{.
children. if the hoe.s ane fare.-
Wayshe thinks nothing of I0 g
Muls to f 'iiiol City for B t5y l e
n e ty soed. She can throw tho' 'i1
id brand a yearling. without help,
keep an 'vc on the stook, whIl utaves
time to h Ir husband to look after thb
farm. Tir oFrans anach- and thaarm is
aboqt five illes from Willow City, a&d
"a hearty werlo,,e always Awt a stranger
thore.-N u rYorlk Sun. -
0ISocireCI T nt ly V 'o a e : 'h-
It is not at all likely that the so1det6.
thieves exist in great numberr', !I's
0oLton correspondent of the 4 it,
but th thathere Isone or two In oetbe' rotre
of 200 or 300 there is no doubt, 'they
gve proofs of t all the time. But theho
success and thelinpunity with which the),
continue their bLpredationas i owing to
thq fear of a sn~tdal, and the implied
stigna Upon tia character of, guests, iH
exposure were isIro. A curious clrcum.
stance occurred recently, however, which
shows that contnco must not be carried
too far. n: Amon the mosNt treaOtured po?
seuions of a laey in this city was a 4 dal
ebony, silver mounted pistol. It waw
given to her by hr ban her husbaIer earl)
married days, and he had taught oher hoi
to use it. It had an almost indhstdinguish
I able cypher cut in the under part of th(
mounting and lay always upon the mantel
piece in her bedroom. On the occasion
of a very large and brilliant reception it
disappeared, and the owner did not see
it agin for two years. Not tillthe othel
day when she was invited into the private
roon- of ann acijuintance, in order to set
tle 'some usiie-i in regard to a charity,
in which both ladles were interested. AM
most on entering her fascinated eyes
sought the nintolplece, in one oorner o1
which lay the faq simnile of her lost pistol,
"'Will ou yellow pe to look at thlas".sh
said, crossing resolutely and taking up
the bijou weapon,. "OhI you will set
how much it is like yours," reomi edthl
other, airily. "tL always admired yourt
so much, and never rested till I found
one like it; it looked so original and ro
mantle to have a pistol on one's'mnantelF
piece, don't you think sot". The lad3
looked at her, she had found the cypher
She carries the pistol over to the loungt
upon which the purloiner was seated
Madam," she said, her steady, eye flxes
on the paling countenance. before her
"do you see this cypherl It was cut b)
Y xlwaVre 'M o he l f a s r
to me twenty years ago. I shall not
,quire how it rain into your possesses l
but I shall take it away with me, 4 nd
wish you good inoriing." The pistol ha
returned to its old place upon her mantel
piece, and she says she is not the least
afraid of its ever disappearing again,
The fancy for decorative picture frame
continues. .
sprety 111600 aANT ,6ooc aet nart
as fishlonable as eor.,
In silverware for ihe table forms re.
mail for the most par low and flaring.
A popular style in silver tableware is
combination of the bright finish witl
chased work.
Plush is shown in all the new shades to'
make up in association with now sprit
press fabrics. .
Embroideries a wrell as other ornam
mentis re much mingled with gold, and#
other metals.
From four to six inches Is a uiltable
width for skirt heins that have insertitot
or tucks above them.
The fenrule at the top of the new pa.
sole is very long and pointed in parasolt
that have cane handles.
The close Princessc dress will contest
favor With the Diroctoire reditngote fe
street wear this season, '
Parasols of faille, in green or gao
shade, are made to match many of the
new spring dress fabrics.
SThe colors in gloves for the street in.
lude four or five shadles of gray and ten
or twelve shades of tan,
A great deal of yt'esw, either in metal,
with golden effect, or in silk, appears in
all the newest embroideries. .,
Brocaded, striped ned plain faille sash
ribbons., and soft silks with fringed ends,
are chosen for the Empire sashes. ,
To be fashionable striped parasol.
should be striped around instead of down
the breadths, wide stripes being pre.
printed pongees promise to be fashion.
able summer fabrics. These come in
+polka dote, geometrical figures and floral
patterns. ,
- New. brocaded ribbons are hown in s

variety of ipatterp& One design has a
tow of ygre laurel leve along one side
.ot vyery rich old rosedlbbdn.
S"-e newest black vdlJs of plain not,
hemmed at the bottom, with a faint pat.
tern of gold thread'wesught on the hem
'and lther in.es of gilt above it.
With Empire gowns the length of the
leeve puft depends on the height of the
a, as it Is dnslrallo that the pff should
end just at the top of the girdle.
Among the new hats is the "Romeo,"
with low, broad crown, brim turned down
all arodud, and trimmed with long ostrich
feathers, arranged to droop low on the

Violets are worn aud carried on all o'
cwkoAs, th artificial a well as the natural.
The former e perfect imitations, and'-
se Often erfumed to, make the illUion.
eompl.'. '
princesso 'olonales of black
lc, ith igel ileAvs and
iter belt, s and dollar, are
High in popular favor t bh
nMd. cuffs of embroideri.*Wp
tri gIngham, or laWn
'tounted separately, they A
i'wIa1ng before dwh

stufs for gowns 4re U"Dlari.
*.becks .and str"pA I.
and tan.*lored u"Qq areas
mh r.gso rave d out.'
o m work ghap It s a ,i*
VAN on' benauine arttUr .i1W
It appears us_ girdle aA-.plto
tr ret on the orge sand a it 4 t*;
36 WaIstbands with abroad border trilgW
.nbdagt i foot qf the skirt. ... ,

0 9 to'0 P ,er

O t i p.

f ins y0ati jal

A*I found i the Puget Sould roglon.
The theory of blipsee l said to hayv
be know to the Ohlmbse before 18(
B. .- .
Marseilloes wina. foidoi ;by .this Phoe
asOOB. 0 B.bP whom t was called

she f mperni9o China has tn d n whmUow
hare Taothiag e le to do.but to cry hli.
n sbrell, a ,
.Nineyeh, the capital of the Ao yria.:
_mp r, *as founded' by Asbur about

A sV Louis man has died ot erysipela.
contract ftom a ver4dgris brass collar'
button eating int, isneock.
L.otteries are s ad to have originated i,
Florence about 1580, and to have beet
legalized in France in 1589.
A dog died in Illinois the other da)
from drinking the water in which i
flannel shirt had been rinsed. '
It is said that this past winter is tht
first-for thirty years that teams have not
crossed Sunapee Lake, N. H., on the
Ice. *
In 1100i Eirl Godwin's lands, exceed-
ing 4000 acres, were overflowed by the
sea, and an immense 'sand-bank, now
known as Godwin Saud*, was formed,
The "Messalian4' were a sect profess.
ing to adhere to the letter of the gospel,
about 810, who refused to work, quoting
this passage: "Labor not .,or the food
that perisheth."
They do say that an ingenious Boston
man has. captured 100. crows, and pro'
poses to hatch 'with an' incubator crow
chicks for the Maine market, where their
heads are worth ton cents apiece.
A woman who became insane from re-
ligious o l nt, and was admitted to
the t=yl tatIaton, Va., i A1 28, has
jus died, having beeb a4u-ImStASV f the
nistitution "for sixty year. She wa,
ninety-two years old.
Who a Turk dies, the legs are tied to-
gether, and the arms '5ta4phed by the
sides. The burial tikes place as soon as
ossiblo after the death. Tbe corpse ih
handled very tenderly, as the Turks be.
lieve any lack of tenderness would bring
the curse of the dead man's soul upon
LM. L. C., ib'...am, of Clkveulud,
Ohio, lost, a year ago, a gold ball in
which was inclosed by a spring a diamond
worth. $500. It was o"e of a pair of
unique earrings. The ball was foundAby
chance the other day with a child's
marbles in a workingman's cottage, and
the story of its wanderings since it
dropped from its fair owner's car would
1111 a story book.

Mysterious Dealths at Soa.
"A great deal lis been done," said an
old sailor the other day, "to improve the
lot of the men before the mast since first
I went to sea as a cabin boy, and when-
ever a complaint is properly lodged
against a cruel Cflcer I must say it is
fairly investigated. Yet, for all that,
there are plenty of murders committed
to-day on the high seas that have never
booeen investigatO.bMb 0no complaint
is made. 2ver -' or two vessels
come into thls .pdrt tldh a shorter crew
#than they s'artedL put 'with, and their
Captains' repota 'j 'seaman' fell over.
boaid and was loatwor abin"._y-klled
by falling spar,'or 'coal-passer died frqm
heart tfoubI and wis buried at iea,' are-
accepter at perfectly ssfa4ory. No
investigatibn Is made into thb death un.
less some one lodges a formal conplailt.
It's an asy matter for dito map whbohas:
I grudge against bhis mate to phove the
other overboard- if they are both uo1 if.
the ri'n In a. .ak and b toriny .night.
'rh,- iI cuntiy""f a rope is often
enough to1a0o it. It is easy to drop a
block or a utarline.spike of the head of a
.ma below that, will kinoek him dased
.into the water'to drawn, or down to the
deck to smash his skull.. 'Uqarttrdeble'"
covers a groat deal of insuftfecnlnour i h
meat, lhack of medicine and overwork.
This Is not the way things are one onm
land. You have your Ooronat, bea to
inyestigate .sudden doathb why ehouid
they not'look lto deaths at sea? ny
poor cowards would tell the trash against
their officers, if they were thus forced
to' do so who would not dare to come
forwsdatnd ledge a complaint they might
be uhtabliully to prove '

What a eoud ( 'Wool WIll Yield.
. It has been fairly tested that this weight
of wool can furnish I' fine yarn eighty.
tour thousand yards, lacking but eighty
yards,to complete forty-eight miles. 'This
t thei time-more than one hundtred

years ago-was regarded as a. triumph of
skill, and it twas ,aid by mare than ashore
of msitreisses In the art of' pinig-.hat
thenwirthy d4me of East Dtcham, 0o -
tocl, otd not be boat, Thlu wis ona
didered so'reat a curlosi thattthe Royal
Society of England. did not hesitate to
make onorble record of it. "
lneb-lthe, however, another lady "has
, s a"pound of combed wool into o
t.d o non.e hundred mand sixty-eight
thouUAsndar id a m or b ths was
heor Sucot -a pt mhioisg a thread two
hu4red Tu"f th r. toitua. d yard, lo g
bald O2ttOe we-ad"t .

.workman passed by with his tools on his
Who.w kindly ivi to stay
And e ale both bitter and pale,
As 'twou him along on hs way.
The no e blandmile, as tnsel'd with
Bmed forth on the publican's face;
workman "I'1' stop and Just take a
Then r home at a double quick pace."
'04 ered'j the gaslights were brilliant and
The bo g and Jet pased'aroundi'
'9W p)m c bad a ohAnmn-'twas social' aind
aWh cutde the esIw Ia ou theground.
Mors "nte was req-uie'-twas brought as

Mapoity reqed d to go.

9q alas. I was wa.more than the workman
He.muttered but sat in the bchair
Then the lanhord was fetched who imme-
Out his d, and seized the man by the
Pul'd hid oil from is seat, placed him then
While in vanhe sphltter'ed 'and swore;
He was hauled down theetair, thrust into the
And kicked from the publican's door.
And this was "the thing" that a short time
Stood finu and erect as "a man,"
Wlo meant only to take, for fellowship sake,
A drop from the publican's can-
Now lying Isane in the pelting rain,
In the cold oft winter's night,
While the publican chlmo d, and his waiters*

In' high glee at their victim's plight. A SILX mill is to be erected at Lyinhburg, '.
Like the wob of a spider,the "Publican's Net" A .SO. facto.-y Is to built t.. I
Is opedf to cate Whom it ma al ...
If you never go near, you'll avo no cause N. C. '
for tear SE BVERAL silk mills are to be built in Penn. i
But always keep csdger at bay, sylvania.
If temptation bestrong, if your journey be THE three labor strikes in Buffalo, N. .,
Or it bompaonsst arestillon. .
If your courage should fail, then think on TichH hosiery manufacturers ane crowded
tilts alo-- with work.,
Beware of the "Publican's Net.", HuNoAny, in fear of a labor shortage, has
forbidden emigration, .
pnoanuIrTON FORa AFRICA. IN Spartansbur- County, S. C., there are
Germany is reported to be about to propose eight cotton mills n operation.
an allance with'England and France for the TusirtLOSA, Al., expects 'oon to .ave a
juppresslon of the African rum traffic. The rh .ootndshoe0 b 'u ,facto ..
curse of intemperance Is rapidly spreading in .'. ...y
Africa, amid nothing is done to check its IN Great Britain there nreo 203 tin-plate
growth it will soon reduce tihe natives to ms e,"ailoyglug 100,0 hia"s.
eopth of degredation hithQrto unknown to A oGsrnxA', strike of theostroet-rail'vay em.
thom. The drink hobit is gSmtoning itself ployes in Minneapolls is threatened.
.uPon them faster than the Goapolcan reolains Knup, of Grerniany, Is pt.tting up a big
them. issioas' with oe t oic sdeIheroe mill to turn out more warmaiterial.
the spread of this evil to be the Oio e'reat m of i a .
obstacle in the way of the conversion of the T e catren of kunl afo r -gheagea ng with
natives of Africa to Chrimtilanity, and th&t t a vlw to striking for igh: wages.
oven throatons the regions a!irady partially OnoAsizsn lolor Is traktlug 'paration,.
state of things? The Chrlistia nations. The THE 'Welsh tin plate makers Ave. abaq. -
samd nations from which missionaries have doned thoir attempt tof ruia a trust.' .
gone out to ca'a to the heathen in Africa N EW LArAND shoeiinita'.a continueato' *.'-
tse l nowledge o salvation through Jesse a iva rge cities for county places.,
Christare w indin arIvor of damnation to a. oe"
the Dark Continenlt. KNOnVILL an, AlM'YlTen,T. roiou .
Amnorica will be doubly guilty if she ltuka ng up as great u4anfacturl inghter,
no action in this matter, for not only is she a TE p.per-nIthag Tnaustdiythrqughout '"
pa:tlclpant hi the Africea trallic,but she bears the Uu.toet.irate ils profitinme. Tbpre ar.,
h stigma of b aing recently refused to enter 1100 ml, '
into such an alllance as Germally i.ow pro- T sutig et piantieg 'laht if thl'* "-
poses, for the abolition of the rumn traIllo t n that ided ovor by the U-'
tho Congo. In a recent 1teLt aat h ist P er a 'r
rum trUll, ihama, an ViL R.v T- '
the nEswgais of my oenm it es Buf.'m r tu
govrimeinc'sts of civilized nnlionshouli v d t'1 'ue Aore.
themselves responsible for the p'btection pf IT l&-ro able that Pp*Asyl ..
bam'bnrous races from Injury tl-rowh theo prpplap $B00i6,0to Introduce manual n
avarice of their citizens.-Aew York Witness, -i uIbllc schod.s. *. .
SUAMMOTAn aTTIONS. A AN manufaotitrer OpW visitilu
Drin l ssono Am. erica says America leads.the orl4,Jif thl'
During the last session of Congreass petl. tne of shoe machinery.
tluns for proposal of an annendment to the A o 't w av c eih e
onstitution o the United States to prohibit e worksinan aisle with fr o tS r before
"the manufacture, importation, exportat him and four behind hi before
transportatlon and sale of all alcohol lquor an or en .. :. 's
ao a beveftage" were presented aggregating Naw YoRK State is maI h Idle
forty-seven thousand individual signature convicts, nimny of whom are ''n .e verge -
and more than half a mllon representative of Isanity froma lack of weorE .. .* l
signatures, the latter mailyof o churches sand WORax lime been resumed hi srtter .l 2 e. *'"
tonmiranoe societies. The individual signal les at Wilkesbarre that had b8Bi Id'.'. :t
tur eand t of the others were oll eetby some time,' setting to work 0000 people. "
the De pn'I ant of gislatioan d P-tlocs No Massachusetts railroad will hire a
of this amnoudnlinent work, Just bfooda .sil for dmagesIcaso he is injured.
ournmont the Senate refused to consider the s' fo sut dam of .es o nae fhe -wiores
joint solution I or proposal by a vote of TAo strike of the female feather-workers ot
thirty-thre to thirteen' The proposition has Now or cit y faleony after a struggle
bependpnln igino egrss'f nsourteon years almost without parallel a the history-of
and fwavorably repo"'mrted by oommitteesin strikes.
the last two Congresses. Speaking of such THEEx is said to be one woman in the fin-
p ettiontmlaemmat.d during prior sessions, the fishing department o' the watch factory at
Semite Co0maoitto Its report of July 0, Wa titami, Mass., able to do men's work for
le88, says as follows "Judging ftrom the men's pay.
pit"If na whilelhve been prsent4d to Con. PITTSBueA'S glass workers are all opposed
gros during' t last few yew f nmy o.f t6 prohibition, as the bottle trade is ohe of
'w si a rrepresontative of reat noues and the biggest and most lucrative branches of
conamusi as whose individual signaturesrhave their IIdisty
not e obtasd, it hadlt be doubted ut.
n a M d At e o a KANSS had been obliged to break a prison
0 A'Ntleast' 6 nlegisl ationfor^ labor contract for the rather novel reason
e r atn ato tor that she has not enou l available room in
bale 1 li'..J0% ...t s ay,. 6 the penitentiary. to fill It.
A.. -_ .. JAxs G. BATrznsoS, the insurance mill-
oA l c OPi iEO Oa TIOn. ionaire, of Hartford, Conn., was originally a
r -M 4loae ip bhl l0"ys the New marble cutter, and Is said to knowmore
,ork Wod ai 9 rs1upon aNs.es City, about marble cutting than any other man
AaIto to isuddef .'.'.oruah oleasuing. 'alive.
t hu t eOt ithon TH New York watch.cdse makers propose
lnce 0 em to do six days' work in five.
,V& "U a.yseensTo oegrow!i,
t I or, ipm. o .0f
e is operated by
ThU sotflo M .. ... ._- .. bl.ow mint;
Shas a tuted in the
so g outy~ s s Oi f operartbinae

ago aw Po un. ... ..-A
ual r roeerty oncore from the THl,. ARKETS.
citizens and a graaud olaring Out o01 the "
"'joints" is poph-onot ,. :, wrTME.
TuN aea' A s L ItML t. .- ev .........6....... to
ea rsule a some in t &n'-"fn mae. c w Cows, o tgnood...9 00 ,J
Epgland wiirreferece to tefeots of aves, common to prime... 4 00
b2se a ub. 0 t obee -vaotu s ghe ................. 50.. 6
beisosiret m ub o ale O *vba'tos. e...eU ataI 4
Included ov e'4000case. in aill walks of nff. W 500....
and the regprt showed co .luvel*y ht twi t oiur-- 'i ." 445 4"
men over wreon-five yar t e t m- 5'...... 0 So
modeote us o alool at Wheat--No. Red .......... 88 1 8
ieat t ya. their Uvs. t s the ........ 88
aerta uWiyr .ve a aott o -a yao 1 S2?ge'g; 8r0
S s .s Mied.....

to to...ws.. 8..
sNA that V ,o S? Ap t

,L *Oaksa19- 1A
I te. pop- ..V.. L -... 0 w ksit'.. wM-any F~ .

A FProeht w j.t'tJ ka Into a Fallen-.in
Coal Mine.
A reamarkablh frelgt wreck oecurre-a on
theOiaroBhort ind, two mile from Belle.
vll. l., the otherM moming. A freight trainu ,
was running toward Bolleville. The track
was lear ahead, when suddenly, without
any warning, theroad-bd bea tho sink, and
the eineer and- fireman felt themselves
rapidly dropping below the surface of the
u iTroua -ng "onuntsy. They jumped for
their lives, and both escaped with a
few bruises The engine and train went
down a distance of ten feet and a terrific
wreck followed. The cars, engine and freight
were smashed and destroyed in the earth. As
soon as the frightened trainmen could recover
their wits, they learned that the train was
over Marsh's coal mine, and that the mine
bad caved it. Along the track for a distance
of 100 feet the road had sunk from eight to
t fee. Two brakemen, who went dowv-.
iththhe week, wore erlous~y hurt.


Counting the oBitons In the United
State Ssnb-Treiasury.
AsAtauat Treasurer Ellis H. Roberts lms
begun ils official duties at the United States
Sub-Treasury in New York, and as require 1
by law there is to be an official count of all
the money turned over to his charge.
The count of the cash in the Treasury
vaulted was'beguu by fifteen experts from
Washington, under tho dlretion of Assistant
CasirJ, I. eellue, of the United States
treasury. The work started with the count-
g of the oney gold and silver certfl.
aw tnd United a 8 es Treasury notes,
which aggregate about $4000,000. Beside
the paper, money there are $108,000,000 of
gold and 88000000 silver to be couuted, In
addition to 'United States bonds and other
securities. The work of counting this tm.
monse sum of money will occupy from throo
wooeeks to a month, when the Assistant
Treasurer will give his receipt for thqaniount
In the vaulted, ,, .

TaE Irontradols very Inactivp.

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