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Mnir rllttiiiK uenjly ,1
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It is tln purpose ,,f
liili'iim- Sum li tu
in lit I il every Indian
HIO'I- W Hell' III,' llnh.lHH ,ui
Mil. i i 'l hi. lie of civih. iit
Si'i l tin v llerbcil. ),,, iuii,,,,,,!,.,,,! (
llii' I ii 1 1 1 r y of l( Naw ll,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,
'" III III.' Mill I.,' Ii, M'li.'V.' II .-,H who
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bllleilll, llJIM Milt ,l 1ft Iff t'l
I'l'l ' ' Ilfing the c,i,.
UV .l.'S IH, III I lol l,ee.l
III"' IIMfM ;'. It Mm ,
lliii'iintoii ii- ul:.
'.'ii'iiicaiioi. .ii u,,. l, t I i,,,,,,lV ',.,, jM
II'm.'.im.'Ms tl. r:, ,i,,.t
M" ""'I ft :iiiii ill his nun .1
in N(!v York.
HII I Itll Jt tfl
1 " m ini ( i, I iv uf
l.N'TKUNAI, Ri;Vi;.M,K COLLECTED.
A U.i i :;no,oon.noo ,nu-u of wheats
f1 " '" M",,,i-V "", want of cohsuimim
III Dim country.
I !. nee crop of tin; Unit
I'-poi le. t,, . (Jl)
H!,V pM'VIOIIH OIK
'1 Statcn in
per cent greater than
Western IViI.'rali.in of Miin i s
i"-;iiii.i-i at l:iii.
in: mi kheeed ms liENEKAiToii
I lie ex-
II IH VV .pies- J
way involve. I I
Kl I'lUilil 11
'jitve to In,!,
General (iln.yha ,-,,. a t,.,.gr;ii
lr.un .New 'l , I,, Milliter tl,.,t .In, I ,.. I ,..
Mill,,.,' Ill III.' I urml ( ',,,., ,, N,,U. y((1
..... oe, ioe, uini M i l.iin li ,, ,,. ( ;,
' v i.e ,'i.i n l, II, on i'h en, i . lid,,,
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"' ' ' nei iiii -e i ,
M-luii ;n t,, dim , ,v H llM (
of ii. p.iit.itioii f,,r Chi, ...,. ;.,
Peire.l. (,!- (,,
tioii ,.,t , j ,,v
in mi- u evioiiH nji, lent,
I'li-l'l. lit ( leve.'iti,,! ,M:1 ,1,,,
.lee I . i,r 1 1,,. ( i i . , ,
'' uil'l l II K-K I1 1 uv
liiilion-. (or ll,e,r nvl.t. mel till,, t,, ,,
" ii-.-'l ' IhicIm iii ,.,ian 'lenii.H-v f,ir.
liii lly o,,pi,, ,y . h, v. n,,.' uml
.r.i.;ilioe I li'linn-, l,i,. onMitiltir"
11 portioii of III.' lM:il.;i Territory
V.l.lell H,l'',l,..Vl HS1 M,,,r,,p,;1,,T ,v
,.. mo inn .ipprojiimi,,,., ; t .u.,
" '',''l. I lie lippiovnl of
i ieel:u., ii, s ,
Governor Iloytf of Tcxuh Coiiiiimtcn
lli! Si'iitciici; of a Colored
The value of tropical a;,,J Hemi-tionical
""in I'ro'.vii ,jer th American llu ii
'U'licule. a new city luill
The ice ilealrn of JJoatoii liav
mi ice tniht.
ioi , lie f -'tin ii
l H;:iitH of the
nations. ( ln,f
tT'llU'H Iif '"fc till
i to iiiul;.. their o II
of I..". AmrelcH are
nut l.'M hoi.m uii'l
filially ile, Me
't he hlll.e'.M
Mi ll,,-. T h.-v
for o en, iii I,,
l our I.' u i.ui v. ji i
the T.lllll;' ih'iI'I'N I.
oi in ,.iy MijHiiiU I' Hi-.
A l,e,v I'I.el, aliiiiiiy i lo lie Inn
San i p,, ,,. ,', i,i,ir, l.v (he
tioual (Mi.u.t aiei n.iiil ii Herve.
A iieie iM l.einn iniele hy S.tn l'ie;:o
capi I ,il i-t . o hitiiii' a leiiy'e.ir eoiiie
Moli liolil tlie Mexican eoiei iiiiicnt l.i
i lottery at l-.ii.-eiiy.nl. i, Lower
lj have (ioiie to
Mlnpcl oli.ier mice
i j 1 1 , , , . I,, i . . , i
lne,,.HWy iivailahle, an, I the ii,i,cv will
." pain lo III" n.'c,,.,,t
lioctaw aiel ( hick, ca,
1 1 .. . .
" " 1 ii. ro;..-,. n;,,,,,,, ,:IS .,!,,
Ii-h. I a notice . km;: i,uU for the m.I.
of sil.niO.iM) of N authorie, t
I'-n.-.l limler tl,e u l of I (ji.'.u...u M
. hiiry, i lien
: of U nr he in:
1 e!lc, I. ,
I, II, MM
l"l'liln t;rnnte.I 2,181 liceiifn
Iiniral I iherarili in lo Imm , l..,r.. ..I
the lliooldvn navy yanl.
There i. a h.iv famine in 1a ..;..
o the l-.n nii.l' col! winter.
The Jaiihatlan Cluh tmi I-li at New
oi l; ha. lice,, i,, f,,r .Iioih).
i inciiiro woman lun e,.l ,1 !,.,.
oia, w it i iioo .i I,,,, ,i, v
-oclety m 1.,. f,,ri.,
i on; to in incjcl Indiana uini I
i ravf ro
herii'H in the iiriiicijial Omaha
A ciihiiiet-malii,,;, p,,,,, ,.ls ilHt
vi.-c-l an article of furnilure which com'-iniie.-!
a '1 ai, (l orjrania.
ircit lliitain, uppoM., to hf a fw-
I riete con nt rv. coMei l u loo ooo niu . i i
, ' "'i''" "vwuiiiur
revenue,, f,n tilxi. ,, j tI1 ,ort
Tim ni,hie, length of th(! worhl'i
telegraph ,,.H jH HMl.O(K) miieM, neeeHH
talmjr the iHe of 2,2'lO,W) n.jl,.,, wire
I'lirill!' thd crilnnlicale,! .r,.,... ,.t
inanufactiirii, Mump they are coumeil
'"yn umcuji, onler V, Kurd u-ainst
i pile riii. - "
The profit fro, ,j. nianufactur.) arel
Klie of chewile' tfiim eieihli.,1 u ...
I.'iv a rm,m jiropc ty in Chicairo the
other (lay. "
I Japaii i- o crow-li'il that lan.J onou-m
caniio; he n:lonlei for io;i,1h. (l,,..
",a" """"'ViHei-titacreiiia lookol
iii a mouopoli.it,
More than one-half of all 11,0 oi
t, I',,,, i!', iiii, t ..,........ . ... i .
i ' " fi"-." iiiiiii, ani intiMv tinei
ii' " won.i ih s.u.i to m i.nMuce.J an
li.-til'i-! in Michi-aii.
'I h" c
tli,' wool din of th.'
Gold mid Silver in the Vaults of
the IJank of France.
A JAPANESE VOLCANO ACTIVE.
liaron Rothschild Gives a Valuable
Chateau for a Hospital for
Con.su. in j,tivea-Etc.
imate and era of Montana are
lllilKl.' till! liCHt of in, lit, ,,, ,
!:tte now ninn cl,..
"ry have ox. il. tU j,Moj,ln of that j '" pounds a year,
olnl, I, d,
fill, iol ni
'I he Mexican u'ovenimetit has made a
piopoMtioii to the ,,,,wr Cahlonua le
el',pli,elit I on, puny lo rm rv the miliLs
l"'lceii I' leeiiy.el.i and Maatlau on hi
I he I'd! a, look I! iv iiipr-,,pria!ioii of
I lo COO ill he c elided this Mimmer
irilicipiilly on dike.-, the main ohject he
Ill' In deepen III,' Will, 'foil tt il.lt irt kllO',111
lis ry St.M-Kin hue.
The miners of Montana, I'tah, Idaho,
Neiad.i, South I'akota and t'olor.ido
thioiih deleales Inch met at. Untie,
MoM., have X ! ni.'.. , the " W estern
1 , del at ion of M in, i s."
Salmon packers on the Columbia are
very de.-poiidenl. The routrh Heather,'
frcdiets and drill wood render lishiie;
Impo-sihle. The pad; will ho -1(1,00.1
hoitcr than that of last year.
The I'n, il!c Coast Steamship Com
Iiany'.s steainers will drop San r,dro
Irom th. ir iiorts of call under the n,,u-
1 '.l'. ir, chii f of the war rc ord.i
iai ju.-i r, turned lion, l icttvs-
t.y direction of th,. Sccrct.irv
an inveMialion of the
attic hliesand i,.,iiil- ,,f
'V lliecon.-liu. tiouof an dectiic
Major H.ivik I, Mind tmt ,u,
e to the huitlelield had nil heen
as the work ,,f ex,ahtioii and
was practically comnleicl VI
f.air miles ,,f the railroad are laid w ill,
rail.-, and the r.mainder , d,,. rout,, is
, " m , ,r i.ne era, inc.... 1 1. jrr,-,it t t
,' iiijiny has heen inlhct, , in one stietch
ol ahout tuo mile, ,,i r,m;e, which nms
in 1 1 "ill ol l.aio.ly An;;e" and "i,
; alicy" an i fk,ris "Kound T,
, -o a oi eiiM- rcpoits . Bl, .,,,.
; ruined hy a . iuirl and sketches, and will
he conliiied I., a staiciiem ,,f the actual
conditio,, oi u liiiis on th,. hattleli, Id.
II can Marc. lv o larlhcr, in yi.
Lid that the 'oieniinent has
j erty 1 1-,,;,: ,,, (he licM.
" llii to tli miiiiI
hull, mi .!, .oitc., al
niolilh, mi. I llie heavy
a'e at the Cnitcl Stat
I It.v, Ncv., Secretary
reeled a Mspcii.,o, of ,
at the mint from an,
dune. (.old and
ylvnnia ,ak fpent 1 1 II ,00') in the
mid preservation of Uatyshurr
ndit aiiiimt the intrusion
lie iiiadu hy the New Vork
t IH II.
f,f cholera wi
le ailh mi! Monties.
I 'He- whi-ky trust in in a Mate of dis
fonitmn i-veral di.tillern hayin- j-iven
j notice of withdrawal.
, The I.ieis;itur(, ,,f the Wooden Xut
m. Siiit" refuses to allow electric rail
road to cany frci-hi.
(iovernoi- U.wf T,.xaa hasrommut
'd tin- seiitciic,, of a convicted licro
iii!'i-t to hie imprisonment.
I 'ilie I'il'ty-third CoiiZres confains
tM -nty. seven Kepreseiitatiyi H and Sena-!
"is noil, in iorcikoi countries.
' Teimessecaii ,aV(l r:,is(.,l a f,)n, ()f
d.'0ilo cancel the mort-,. u Kir))V
Simtli s hoii.cMcad at Sewanee.
The l.e-ishit,,,.,. ot havin- ,ade an
flppro)nution. Delaware will hay,.
Slat" militia during the ensiiinj,'.
A de.-i ,i..n handed down in the Kansas
( ity ( ourtof Appeal, holds that khav
leoii Sunday is not necessity.
i 'r. 'i'.ihnaje aiiiio.iuced to hi coiiure
Kil.on Sunday t.hai the deht of the tah-
iiei I, cen c eared. ii'ivmu,,, I,.,
W hue tie; value of our niaiiiifael nn
pro nets , is.dwm Jf8,fil'),Oi)').o.K) tho
total value of our agricultural prod'uets
" "mi eai w;w oniy aootit i.H'W.Ouo,.
f i i.i" country exported 10,075,000 yards
o. eoiion no. i. Is to Urazil during the'ei-dit
mot, :1m to March 1. an incrcas:; of over
0 "-r cent over the saim; jieriod a vear
loo.iioo tons of N
0"i,vere. tins Heason. Th..
nave closed a deal for
irru; (.Midi.) ores, fo he
The same ores sold for ij-l.oj last
I; iiluny travelin.' is cheapest in Ilun
r.irv. It is j.ossihle to m from Hilda-le-th
to Kronstadt, a distance of 500
"Mies, ,.ln;,atth0 n.,,, f ..
miles to,- a cent.
lion. Iled.'ield Proctor of Vermont
late Secretary of War, and a number of
n'.ier wealthy gentlemen will erect at
Ki.-;viil,., Tenm, the lar-est marble
mil s in the word.
A 1-rcnell medical ionrnal !..
there is one d j' tor in every 2.8 to' inha!,.
ltiin;s f Ccnuanv, one to 2,fi00 in
"'"'in Kn-land and one
to ml I in the I tuted States.
THE THcFT OF LOVE.
Once, lonu hjjo,
Twas yearn un'l yeum unuumbewd.
Lfcvci weary rnw
WJion, wltl, ralndilpf rlfa,
A nympii esiiirrl him,
Btol... 1,1, bowarci arrowr,
Lyng loos bcaid him,
Lovo ulr-pt on; tlmn, obblnj.
Told of bin awaking.
Having lost his bow,
IIli little tioart was breaking.
Love rrew mA and ullent,
Xothlns did but brood,
And ull tills while no low
Waa by lover wooed.
Whn the world prew loveleja,
Havlr.d l(t love's giver,
T)in the nymph fontrttely
Gave Lack to Love hie quiver.
The min, i,inc8 wiser grown.
Mindful of lils dower,
Now always hides hlg bow,
fcemwiiberifij; that sad hour.
-Dstroit Free Presa.
Oatmeal and the Scot.
It la a mistake to ima-ine that the brawny
Boots aro the puro product of oatmeal
bra;m7 fccots. tlo Scots or Caledonians of
Ossian, existed long before oatmeal waa
inatie, and not very small or tume Scots
The striking dockers at Hull, Endand.
continue to ill-treat Iiori-lliiionists
The Australian failures are not likely
to have widespread elici t in England.
Infliierifa in a virulent form has ao-
r.er, i-eil in tl.,. I. l t. i ... . I
i 'o iik 'Mia,., ivucny oi jJauen.
Surveys are hei,,z ,nade for three nc
railroads in the Transvaal, South Africa.
. Anions the causes of the Italian Cab
inet crisis was the nususij 0f theC'as.-a
'.i-jio.-ii uy uie m lnisiers,
'J he Czar tirorv, .ii.ii ,.,.l,.ni..n e:i . ...
by the peasants who were imnovcrish,.,! !V:ror.nt:y,elV,.er:. we one to live the We
hy the famine and cholera. i , , "co,lcn. umxuter, roam over heather
Tr. i, ; i , ciad ond mist moistened hills until h
n ersuv when a railway train kills a the appetite and faculty for sleepof a can
in the natives pull up th-, track for tubal, then be ini;;ht eat hh "raw oatmiT
n.-H i and .,v(:ott the train.. j and in a few genera, iontl SSfaS
ine volcano Uandaisati in Japan lias brawny feco: and compete at theCaledo-
becomo active, and widespread disaster nian or th(J Va's games, but the poor in-
lias been caused by its eruptions. j al'd who needs pepdnand cawcara sarada
Ijuis Kossuth has advised his parti- d ,fcttt'r lcavo Jllta alone. It is not
sans in Iluii'urv to snmcirt tl,,. v oatmeal alone that makes the trlants of th
erle Cabinet and itx li I Scotch Grays or the fiants that march tw.
There are now hut. f", L,.j' : J "at? ?ldl.n Paes of the famous
CTiina-Shansi. Sin-nsi 1 v a n i i an d 1 1 n ! , ntcl,; ttie .1ltmeal 13 a new cir
naii tht -ireVi,l,,.,,i ii ', .1- enmstance or coincidence,
nan mat are without the electric wire. It i rinimi
,,,,, . . ... -.-....... luci, iu0 iirnisa iew con-
Al the bemnin.' of this veir thura oncred thn tr'!iB' -!li!. v
were MO.dO.OnO infold .r en 7 i fom Z i " f " "T!.fle -U1?
n, tA i , r- - - - iv,;,- i -.auii anu iae latter reed
';" m silver m the vaults ot the Bank of ! n rice and religiously abstain from fiesh
''one, , I r lh rinni. n 1!,i.,i.l.i.. .
: - r-'"-'i "u.s.n bouu me wu snouia
I here are five bills before the French i , dev0ld of th.at enrage that has passed
lumber whose object is to check or : f?t0 Proverbial expression, denotive of
prevent the immigration of forei mers ; tbe fie
into the country. i couragi
.Illlolltil of -old
iiii ilihi.non per
ex p.-iise ol coin
's mint at Carson
Carlisle has dl
i:ini:;e operat ions
alter the 1st of
ilver bullion wi'l.
W as cheered.
io,-er::or Tillmari of S.mtt, r'.ir,.!;,,..
new Imuor law in tin. s,..
ecened lor parting nn,
I deposits w , he paid for
bar. ns ,r, fcrieil l,v the
lid arns for silv er deposits
in iiiii.irted burs or in line
iicd. I'lir.liHsis of silver
r lb.- ai t of .liiiv Id, isiiii.
in iiiiie,,,cni w an i:ic , -southern l aciiic
whereby they arc to call at Santa M,
- po union
excitement at. San
society people at the
sappeai aiice of (ieorjjo Man
who for the past ten ears
us a'eiil at Port Harford for
C.iusi Kuilwiiv Comnaiiv and
Luis ( )ln
hits iH ted
the (ire4.iii Improvement Company
ih sunt tun accounts are not correct.
A contract, has been given '' the I,os
Aiiirelcs, ( Iwens Valley and 1 1 tali Kail
road Company to construct a line of rail
road from Mojave to Independence, a
distiince of loO'inilcH. Tho cost will he
about 2,t0il,0lil, and the work will he
done within nine months.
I'cter St :m up, tho l'uv.allup chief,
whose body was recently found in a
stream on the reservation, is supposed
to huvo been murdered. ,n examina
tion has revealed the fuel (hat, his nock
wua iiisiocaici, uiio (inn death was not i
(Hie to 1 1 row n i n. 1 lie deceased had title
to property woilli 000,000.
inliii Schmidt, a vomer luborimr nnm
re.'ini,,. ( iol
in coin or line
10 lie liniiii
Inns, as dci
, bullion on, I
will he continued us hereto!ore. The
suspension of coinage opt rat ion at this
mi til will involve a reduction in force by
lliii ty-lieeiii,lo es. net ions i n the
force of the employes at the Tinted
stales minis at Philadelphia and New
Orleans will probably follow. With a
niispeiision ot coinage at, Carson City
tiie coina-e of silver dollars will be dis
continued for the present, ns there is no
demand lor this class of money. Frac
tional iinciirrcnt cilverinu ters and half
loiiurs are now being recoined at X
M'leans, Sun ! rancis.
ting l !n:
erne I 'otii t ol the
I he Commercial Club of St. Paul ap
proves a trade mark of that city which
shows a star contained within lines rcp
reseuting t he s'roj;rnpliieal boundaries of
alu.ible concession,, for agricultural
milling and industrial colonies, Xrantcd
by Mexico to Americans, have been i',,r.
leited by a laiiuru to make the necessary
Tho hundred feet of land on Michi-an
avenue, Chica,;,., sold the other day for
;i0;'.0no, or.2.500 p,.r front foot. 'Mr
1 Hiiiley, who bought it, has made a for
tune in cnewing gum.
An underground river, stronglv im
pregnated with iron, was found recently
n.'iir t harlotte, X. C. It is reported that
he stream, which is fortv-tive feet below
the sui iace, is 700 feet wide and six feet
It is nivpnrent from mimrio rn,.;..n.i
1,, 1 I " uitniiu
-lo aiiv irom me
Wiihain O. Harrison of P.ridgeton,
J., is milking a fortune supplying the
, 'V'," ""' quality ot grave! for
I - .oi .ii nn, is. lie owns a piece of land
! o, .-aiem couiny, irom which the trrave
is p.-ocuied. and lie ships it to I'hiladel
phia by the. boatload.
lnlei-.nr ,,f V.,,.. v.. .a.
oaud Pliiladeliiliin State that i,U, II,.,. i I . , ' K
m nls nn.l ,.,,1.1 ... ii... i.- : ' ... .1 .... J . ' V- '"V iimiu-
11 -1 i , ? . . a i ii i m u hii.i o.iin on me loiiage as tliey were
. una . ,'IM.l Hi i i m.
Miss Eleanor Calhoun, grandnieee of
John i . Calhoun, is making some stir as
an aciress in 1'ans.
Mm II a f.-t . .
i.miiuiu- mini is writing anew
novel, a comt, anion work to l.,,.;.i
vnievi; iiiiii "Kohert Klsiiure."
Th" late William I?. Astor's nersnnnl
estate m (ircat. Britain has been returned
nun an omciai valuation of 1(1,020,000.
Mr. Pulitzer dined twenty-live of his
stud the day of his return from Europe.
Only one around the table had been with
him wneii he took the World ten years
The movement to raise a fund witli
which to purchase a residence in Wash
ington for Mgr. Satolli has progressed so
tar that the Monsiguore is looking around
for a suitable site.
Controller Eckel. has appointed T. 1
.'eiiiiings oi M'utne, ash., to bo
,,, . . - " V V- tit i..,
I he Pittialion is esneciallv ,IU,;,.,i.. ...
i j u.v.t.n toil; io
j hop grow ers.
Hundreds of students of the Illinois
Mate Normal University are depositors
o! sunt, sums in Schiirem,!,, ...
' X- . i iii ....... o 1..HOV in
iNoiiiuu, hi.. Which ill e, h.sl .vl-
uuiuacmn, and Ders .qt.pnt
e artualitr, which coudrvi with ita
The Brazilian vosd of ai.!- I name, Has given to the ! i of does its
liarro-a has been totally wrJeke near ' riM nn '. als conrey.
tr!W Hi tl-coast of Mid-lSSo nl0' theAn"
i-i in, in i i ot ni. -J
Seventeen Berlin bankers h.ivf. ;Tn,i ,...,"
dates sunnortimr th,. b " j' : 5"' .c?. ao'1 P!ace that no won-
,.' ' . ' nine loiiis persist in straying from
tardnl is going to spend s7.000.000 to their own particular domain, win, n
mprove her docks an lhurbor hnil.l na,. little excu-.-si,.n tn thr. ,v.; . lt
riila-nv . io "11. 7.,. , '"Hiwui, me
. '-.' vunm-uiuiis nun generally bi,i ."-narj, or me sucnen, uny one of which is
lor the Ameri.-un passeiijier t:a:!;c. , far pleasanter than the quarters upstairs
In l$s: the imperial posto!iio of Rns. ' that have boea assigned to them,
sia h.uidl.'d IS'.i.SIU 000 letters, 2!.0:!2 000 ' , Mothers argues "Anything is good enough
post car, 1. 12 5 5'J.O.W registered packages the children when they are young-they
and I.U.7-12,000 sample of mereh uidise' are. destructive, you know. Afterawhila
Tail feathers ..lucked fro,,, tl,,. f,.r;M...., .V "iUI u? ,l.ucl.r rters, but so long as
a rare and heautifal Indian
, P.uuiL' worn on State occasions
me t-rince ot ales, it is said
M. de (iiers, Russia's G. 0. 51., though Would she think it comfortable to catch
mentally vigorous, cannot. siiim,,n tf,o her toea Ani o ri s .
, , t , , . -. ,ri'"" -, ... utvj, taiLieuoi a cue so
eu irouune lerivva h. t,Dr, - .:,o .'. .
.unvote Bliiaii li, tl f if I Tn n rra. v... nt t
, p,l f,tm .1. I . ."ut.uiuuiiUIVUUf
they have so Iocs: as thev are mmfnrt,M0
'T Would that ninthnr liamf.u. i
, - . wvuutiunauit) lu m
room where thn 1
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glimpse of back streets and brick walls
h r klrr ..,t 1
i.. .1 C I l i . 1 J vaiiycii Jk a HUB HO
miui oi li ih iXHly, ana has to be wiVhIh'. dxniry it is ono-jfrh tnt rivn orp-i n )k
anoutina chair. His weakness is all in fit of artistic despair? Would she be
h.s lower In, ibs. , comfortable with no pictures on the wall?
Kaiser Wilhelm has been issuing or- ,'111011 are c'"verod only by a soiled wall
ders w ith regard to the clothing to be P"Per' Pr-ttrl " of which ia unpleasantly
worn bv officers, in n-hieli I,,, ..'.j. i suggestive of all sorts of rr.m-linw o,in
hereby forbid every extravagance in the T,? b,e warm BI1'' have enough to eat is not
matter of dre:
Bell Joans has been a r,9gsni.i
uetor on the Great. West.pn t-.ii-o,.
,. --S. ...... lt,,,,Wt. U
i'ligland for fittv years hns tr.i,-ul.,.l'
that time 3,404.452 miles, and' has never
met with an accident.
The English Homo Secretary has or
j all the comforl required even by a babv
Uiiffli ....i J
-ues. uuLuuia uppear to think so,
judgmg f rer i the quartei-s of their little
ones. St. L -e.is P.eoublic.
She Chanscil Her Mind.
It was early evening, and the Erie dar
express from Xew Vnrt- !,,:.. ... ,
itered a series of inquiries with tho view : HorneIl.sville for supper for its passengers
ot protecting the interests nf neortlo r,,,. ' 's once more en route 1 ir, i, '
gaged in unhealthy occupations, such as i train labor'ously climbinst the steep grade
are carried on in chemical works, pot- i T,h le;is fro,a Hornellsville up to the
tenes Xlul nnorvl,,. little vi I 1h.t nf Air,,,.., ,1 t ii
A new scheme is being tried in Ans-
little village of Almntul fnn. r.,n. .... .
a, . tunc, vt CSD.
he ascent was about hnif ,r,.i t..
llKiny ()f the Bllldentu nr.. !l .
nui U exaininer. i ,,,,'. n.. i-enunes.-
.. , . ...,.ei ttt t, t nil h um.
i ne people with koiiaks are charged $2
of Pendleton, I ir., w ho has alwavs borne
an excellent rcpiiiation, soino time ti"0
liought. some properly, paving part cash
and giving a note oi !f700 lor i he halanee.
The other evening, bis savings having
reached thin amount, be went to take up
the note. When it was handed to him,
still rclaining possession of the money,
ho inn away as fast, ns his legs would
carry linn. Ile was lollowed home, and
there cave up the money, which ho had
li laced under his wife's pillow. Ho said
lie could not. explain the impulse that
compelled him to act us he did.
The Del Xorfo Record, published at.
Crescent, v 1 1 v , t ill., recent ly
A number of workmen who were drill
ing mi artesian well at Centerville, la.,
...l i.. , .-uoiei runean cavity at a depth
of nearly (.00 feet that was completely
linen wan nvo oats ot the common "iav
sjiecies and of extraordinary size.
The Merchants' and Manufacturers'
Association of Cincinnati has estab
lished two funds a wni'L-in.r f,,.i ......
, I ... s.-...,, tittivt, 1UI
t be liurnosi. oi ,r , ,. . ,
the nii.nufactures building have added the city, and a pro.mdion fund, for the
.... .. ,t, ,,, ,ne loreigu com-; coiei iiiinineiH oi them whilo there
a day for llie privilege of using them on
the World's Fair grounds.
These are troublesome days for John
Boyd Thatcher of Xew Vork,' Chairman
of tho Executive Committee on Awards
of the National Commission. Protests
ngainst the one iudge system of award
ing the prize medals and diplomas con
tinue to be received by the I lireetor
(ieneral. The American exhibitor in
i.o.-is,,,,,,-,, ;,s a nrciiuiiiiurv slen. it, is !.-.-,. n. :,.
understood, to u iih,l,..',ui,,,; ii....'. '1, "'"""wot tiie present
" tin ii ur- 1 1 ki !i I vii'ii' 'nihiotian., f - .
' for.'xan.i.iation for award. Whilo m, e ;"'": '. ' 1 ""'V.
present number of those who hncn ; tut), an
IV protested is small in eon, Z ! . "'HtiHB IHTio.1 of
" itli tho total number of 52.000 ex-! i Z 1 : 1l ryns tor
lv;o. ' " 'i"ii,
iiioiiors, uie sentiment in opposition to
the non-competitiye plan of tho com
mission is growing. The American pro
test, is at present con lino I to the
foreign naval commanders dread fo
grant shore leave to their sailors when
they come to America. Tho four British
s hips have lost 180 men in Xew Vork.
Deserters from most of the other ships
ot the loreigu squadron aro also re
ported. Frederiel.- Wlrrt 1.. ,
,..rr.,',' ll."H snnuer, was
iiiaiiiilactures buildimr. where i:i0 ivoohoi
al., recent ly rennnted exbibiiois bei,i,.vi ..tl,,,.. i.....
,i... .....,.,... i.. , , 1...1:.. ' . ' iKu i.iiMcru
J v" "".' ""-' """"I miissacre inilliulacturers, object to the siiede e-
o seltlcrH on the khunnth river fro,,, its pert system, modeled somewhat after
hies ol tbirly-eigl.t years ago. A sub the Centennial idea. The State Com-
Rcnber to the Kecord living at (iold niissioners will icobnblv l. ,i,
J.eadi Oi., n ad the blood-curdling j file protests on behalf of the exhibitors l.'aii in hia home in l'hilade phia
h lory, bu neglected to notice hat tiwns w Hon, they repivse.it. Thev want more rocenily His. neighbors believe l i e as
an eve it, thn occurred iilmost forty; vears 'than one man to miss iud.m.ent ,. .i, poor, and his demented wl. c.,i,
merits ot their exhibits and have a !nncy; but the police discovered
gra.i. a system ot awards. It is not il,l.,)m ';' casti, bonds and mortgiti'es in
likely that the National Commission, in 11 trunk in the old man's Workshop.
the I'-iee iif I hit t '.,it,'f,,s.u;..n I ..... I ... . . .
posted, a public meeting was called, ami ' work of the Commit ee o C , " . . ' ..,"!. ,r8 1,1 Wn are doing i,-
of volunteers organized to ' imderi,,!.-.. n, ,.. ,i . I. ot ,..,: ..u, , age. Aritgo anil Bryant have
Pope liked to write in bod. and would
pass days there in quiet composition.
W henever an idea occurred to him, no
matter at what time of duv or nidit ho
always wrote it down at once. " '
Dr. P. H. Reiche of Waverlv, Md.Jias
a bronze medal which was struck hvfW
press tocoinmemorato the valorous charge
of Colonel John Edgar Howard JanuarV
li, liM, at the battle of Cowpens.
Dr. Conan Doyle, the novelist, bean
life as an eye specialist, but. his great
success as a story-teller has induced his
abandonment of the former profession
Dr. Doyle was born in Edinburgh in 185!)!
"Gallagher," whom Richard Hardin"
Davis has made famous in his story, is
said to have been working in a mill. "and
net ween jobs the other day visited the "1 i,s T u s'
Philadelnhiii Press nifi... ii ' ftt Heichenau
better employment. He was ignorant
that he had been made a hero of diction
General Wade Hampton.Commissioner
of Railroads, is now on an official in.
spection tour of the subsidized Pacific
at his di
i . ... . uiiu. rr uc 11
tralia with good results for the extermi-' ,V w puff' p,lff' of the engine
nation ot rabbits. Cartridges eeneratim 1 ZZl ,a,u
poisonous gas are put in the burrows, ward,
the holes closed, and the rabbits are I
enttlQ n 1 J . l
eenpr.it ikt ; . , ujl( nuu ai-
eutraung most bimultaneouslv han
. oiijj unuK"
killed by tho poison in the smoke.
The route from England to India is
Everybody was alert in n i....
Thoughts of disaster were in the mind
of all; men jumped to the platform and
strewn with treasure, nirin,, to ., ,.,., Women thrust t.hP hoa.io ... -u. ,.
f flipping disasters. An industrious stat-! dows or stood in the aisles with anxious
wiii iHi ireums mat iunv JtOO,OU0,OO0 iula"""ig ot eye and tongue. One wo
worth of gold and jewels lie at the hot- i PHle witl apprehension, crasDed
DraKeman's coat as he ws hi,rrrinn h.
torn of the sea on that frequented way.
Some 7,000 members of the British
volunteer forces have served continuous
ly and efficiently for nerind. nf f,-,.,
a coat &a hf wna hrriTtn,. k..T.
V hat is it?" she cried, and her voice wa
tremulous with alarm, "what is the trou
"Oh, nothing," said the brakeman, "onlv
w inn iv-uireo vears. an, it. a'.,i. .1 ... . .. . "U'J
proposed to bestow a medal or bad-,e on lnT"X T' "e..Haecar.
them for long service and good m'HZZ 8e,
Huron i, inn ,J I).,.l...i.:,,i !ilii..i. i .. ,u'l"irer, ses-
... 1V . ivuuiaciiu.i, w no "" i" uer sent witn rather a dis-
nas just made a gitt of his fine chateau P,!sted expression. Then, as the speed of
vaiueaat over s-2.000.001). me train increased, she tool.- f,..h fo. ..t
in the Stvrian A Ins for a hone a flasman has irnna hi- ..i.
consumptives' hospital, is the senior nervously; "the company had better Dav
nieinber of the Vienna branch of the 0T 8 funk than a wreck," and she put her
Rothschild family. i head out of the window to reconnoiter At
The White Star line has given an order tue moment trai" 8low Sin and a
to London ship builders for the construe- f,0Up,, of ""i0 8wunS a trunk up from
'. He will travel in u oar nlved'1 .' , a sU'a,,!1.OT m -wt long, which ;".;,Z or, lCK- Uood Kiousl"
.Mthathecanrtopoff atloat- TheGothie, a,Sn!,,lW0.nMn in her
Miornl Hampton is not ; n the 8,000 . uns' a-o t l,v vessel for the mTtrnnif " n Jd ' thHt'
.... I "V1 1,1 l"B ; suniH lina , l.n !.... .1. J i , HIJ truult. IlHr Pnoit V':... l xt
" .tow m iew
. . ' ' 18 no.. ln the !, iin ' ; u1,-, r r,c my trunk
oe.i, 01 iieann, out has nnr v,,,, J , " sti. ionuon i v.i. n.:
.1... .: -c .. . . . V- v-- aoont t he end nf Juno ""n xiuies.
i.. in ..ii nn- gi i ii. oi wnicn no Has been w
a victim tor a vear or more. . The Gl.ibo a V,ri,r nf Q'-m ..,
-- , iuiia icgisicr,
.Mrs. I' on wick .Miller, the onlv woman I was recently in the Liverpool docks nn.
ever nominated as a fellow of "the En.'- loading a cargo. She was built in 18,'io
usn society ot Journalists and a leader al,ul llll! Dten 111 constant service for
usn .society ot Journalists and a leader "ll! Dten 111 vonstant ser
writer on the Illustrated London News ffty-seven years, but a survev
w as for several days the guest of Mrs! ller to be seaworthy and apparen
Frank Leslie in Xew York. Mrs. Miller or manv more voyages.
ago. Fancying that the massacre' had
. . . . . r , ... -
i , I r I , , s, i .-.in I . .11,,, ,ii,,i iii.it tl. . , t a
..... j,.. ...... .. ...... i, i,i,-iii was gra.it u system ol awari
danger of a general outbreak, he at oneo
aroused the neighborhood. Notices were
........... , ,o, o wn,, honors trom the' 'e rope's will has been made for we products.
iv omen's Meilie.a, n m nf t .!.. manv vou 'CI... A..,. i ; r C......n, .
i,t ', -f. i i v. , -"-""""i . o. mc uui'uiiieiit is in iatin. wiJ1 ul,ei waier.
nut oiitteil nno journalism durins her and begins with an Inimblne,,,, .;,.., t I This iw.it. I...M,
teniin. of ntlleo o i i ii. ..r 1 , ,
............... v r mi-iiiocr oi mo tjon- "uiiiuii weiiKness ana animn n to tm tue oouv. on c
Hon School Hoard.
raises the temperature of
ICIIU ,lia har. .... .
merits of our Lord and all tl.o sends the blnmi i-ntii,;.,.. . .i. i ...
i..v ;..'.,n.,i,,iii ui uiiownugger is ttio " lusunuuy uisciaims all lu ue especially elliciicious in promot-
lion of t he hour in London. He is an Per?onal !nc hnation in the matter of the . ln8 tlle absorption of abdominal "rowths
yneuiai potentate, who has traveled vlluluo oi n is successor. ; iviore than likely much too high
iiom iiiuiii to r.ngiand to attend the Giolitti 1
Value or Mud Haths.
Mud baths are rarely administered in this
country, whereas in certain parts of Eu
rope they are often resorted to. aud are
generally believed to be of decided thera
peutic value. At Carlsbad a peat is used
which is rich iu iron elements n.l vo,.n.
and it is mixed with hot
ti has agreed to reconstruct the FJh' j?1' P'" "l" the value of thes8
.name, VSHIOI1ICO 88 Justice: AtunfKI. .1 .... .,7.
,,,,; Af , ' " .'c "anger iu tiieta
oieign At- for nimiv iwm, u f- ... . J; . .
hia. JLirine: as w ,, i7i i i,;,, V'.'.'i. I! .r nlu 1HtlD.Sl
Rnblie In! "u:,"r"'" nfauye-
j benevolent of tfu3naUve rulers of India 3 ffffK P-- the bathers unless t4y are vy
having spent tf.OOO.OOO in charities. rrehiaro Anr Vt. in 8tr0DK 8ud "Ufsed.-Bostou Herald.
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