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ENOUfxH OS SKOTIMENT.
A STORY TOLD OF THE TIMES OF
THE GREAT KIT CARSON.
A Frenchman' Desperate Tlance Into a
Mo tin tain Gorge Ilotli of Kin I-z "Were
Broken, nnd So Wae Ills "Weakness for
"Poor Lo" Didn't Notlco tUo Evidence.
Thirty or forty years ago, -when "trap
ping" was the reeular occupation of the
plainsman and mountaineer, varied, per
haps, by an occasional ilzht with the sav
ages, the expeditions of the frontiersmen
into the remote regions where the fur
bearing animals abounded lasted for a year
or two, and sometimes longer. They had
no watches in those da3's, and to keep a
record of the time was no easy matter. Kit
Carson told me that often one man of tho
party was detailed to keep tho "almanac,"
or the passage of tho days, by that most
primitive of calculations notching a stick
Frequently the stick was lost and all their
calculations were mixed up, and it was an
amusing thing when they returned to the
settlements to disponoof their furs tolenrn
bow far they were off from the truo date
or day of the week. Nrtrly every man. had
bis own idea on the subject, scarcely any
two of tho "outfit" agreeing in tho matter.
It was surprising, too, on those extended
trips, how severe accidents would occur,
or how ono of the party would be badly
wounded by Indians in some single handed
fight, when away by himself, and yet got
well where ordinarily tho chances for ie
coverywerea hundred to one against it.
Kit told mo of ono of those hairbreadth
recoveries, if I may employ the term in
this connection, which happened to ono of
their party when they were trapping way
up in the "Blackfoot" country nearly half
o century ago.
TOUCIir.D HIS IIHAICT.
The man was a Frenchman, as were
many of tho old trappers in those early
days; his name has passed out of my mind.
He was a kind hearted man, fresh in tho
country, and a little inclined to look upon
tho Indians with that .sort of mistaken
sentimentality which characterizes the av
erage New England philanthropist who
ban never seen the "untutored Lo" on Id
native heath latc one night, after they
bad been camping on one of tho many
Btreanis of the region for fceveral weeks, as
bo was on duty guarding tho camp from
the incursions of a too inquisitive grizzly
or the impertinent investigations of tho
wolves, his attention was attracted to
6omcthlng high up in a tree near by, which
seemed restless, changing its position con
stantly, like some animal of prey. The
Frenchman drow a bend upon it, and there
came tumbling down at his feet a dead
Ravage, with his war paint and other In
dian paraphernalia adorning his body.
The poor man was terribly hurt over the
circumstance of having killed an Indian,
nnd it grieved him for a long time.
Ono day, a month after the night's Inci
dent, he was riding alone fr.r from his
party and out of sound of their rifles as
well, when a band of Blaokfeet discovered
bim and started for his scalp. He had no
possible chance for escape except by tho
endurance of his horse, a magnificent ani
mal, so a race for life began. He had no
troublo in keeping out of the way of their
arrows (the Indians had uo guns then), and
ho hoped to make the camp before they
could possibly wear out his horse; but just
as ho was congratulating himself on his
luck right before him thcro suddenly ap
peared a great gorge, and, not daring to
ptop or to turn cither to the right or left,
the only thing to do was to make his ani
mal jump it. It was his only chance; it
was death if ho missed it and death if tho
Indians got him. So he drove his heels
Into his horse's sido and attempted tho
nwfnl leap. His willing animal made a
desperate effort to carry out tho wishes of
the daring rider, but the gorgo was too
wide, and tho Indians saw both horso and
rider dash down to tho bottom of the fright
ful canyon together. Believing that their
rnemy had oludcd them forever, they went
back on tho trail without even going down
into tho gorgo.
THE FALL CCRHn HIM.
Tho horso was instantly killed and tho
Frenchman had both of his legs broken.
Being far from ramp, with the Indians in
close proximity, he did not daro to fire off
bis rifle or make any noise, so he was com-
iielled to lie there and suffer, hoping Shut
lis comrades, missing him, would start out
to hunt him. They did so, but more thau
n day had elapsed before they fouud him,
and his pain was intense. Of courso doc
tors iu tho region were as impossible as
angels, so his companions set tho broken
bones as well as they could, and fixing a
Jitter on some pack animals they carried
bim around with them from camp to camp
until ho recovered, a period extending over
The affair cured him of his sentimen
tality for tho Indian. .Many years after
ward, when New Mexico had become a part
of tho United States and courts were regu
larly constituted, this Frenchman was
drawn a a juryman on a caxo where an
Indian was to bo tried for the murder of a
white man. The trial as the courts wero
constituted in tho-e days was not a very
prolonged one. But it was observed that
from tho very beginning of the proceedings
tho Freuchmau had dropped into a deep
Bleep; so profound was it that when thoy
wanted him to decide as to the guilt or in
nocencoof the prisoner they had to shako
bim violently to rouse him. He had not
beard a word of tho trial, but wheu he was
nskod what his opinion was ho replied:
"Hang tho Indinu; hang him, of course! If
be don't happen to bo guilty now he soon
will be." Henry Iuman iu Kansas City
Tower of the JewNh Tlubbl.
There are 150 Jewish synagogues in Jera
calcin, and if tho Russian Jews go to the
Holy Land, as they intend, synagogues will
spring up all over the country. Tho Jew
ish synagogue of tho Holy City is different
from that of America. The service is
longer and the people, I think, are moro
devout. The rabbis nro gorgeously clod,
nnd tho Jerusalem rabbi litis moro power
than any American preacher. He is tho
governor of his congregation and he docs
their business for them. Tho Turks allow
him to settle most of the suits which arise
between tho people of bis congregation,
nnd ho is lawyer, judge and governor.
Frank G. Carpenter in National Tribune.
When Ttl'tnarok Was a Ttoy.
A German physician who live.s in Chi
cago and knew BUmarck during his youth
says that tho late chancellor of the German
emporor was a joung scapegoat and bully.
"He ud to take delight in aunoymg chil
dren, and I rcinoiuber how he amused him
ielf by raising me and my brothers several
feet from the ground by taking hold of our
ears. Ho evidently thought it line fun,
nnd when w e poor little devils screamed
be just laughed as if his heart would break.
My mother was alwajs sorry when his va
cation came around, ami site was pleased
hen it was time for him r away."
First Seaside Gneat My gracious! ITavo
you boon sitting here ail the morning?
The wholo town has been down to the
beach to see the wreck. Big steamer
ashore. Awful time. Never saw sach a
Second Guest (a newspaper rap-utor)
I'm on a vacation. Street & Smith's Good
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CHAS. T. CHAMPION,
axd school sur PLIES.
JIail Orders -will Kcceive Prompt Attention at
118 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, Kansas
GLOBE -. IRON -. WORKS,
riteam Engines, Boiler? nnd Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods. P-nbber and
Hemp Packing, Steam Fittings, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds ot'Ma-
cbinery a Specialty. Orders promptly filled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds of cablings made.
A. PLAGG-, Proprietor.
The Stewart Iron "Works,
Architectural, Wrought and Cast
Iron Work for Buildings.
Factory: South Washington Avenue
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist' Materials. Picture. Mouldings and Trames
Wholesale and i flail, dialogue free.
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P. P. MARTIN, 114 Market St.
dai-tr i i:u:phone tja.
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Slicet mnsic nnd ltooks. All kinds of mufilca
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Special attention to mail orders.
J 10 12 Douglas, - Wichita, Kan
1). AV. STALLINGS & SONS,
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JtltojuitlfTes Hie romploxion nnd Veep tlu
tkln soft, smoothclrair and lioalthy. lor
Mile by drucelstsand grocers.
120 Chicago Ave. - Telephone 1)9
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. WHOLKbA LE
Dry : Goods, : Notions : and : Furnishing : Goods.
Complete Stock in all the Departments.
119, 121&123STTopekaAve. Wichita, Kansas.
L. M. COX,
Manufacturing -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Figs, Dates, Cigars, Foreign and Domestic Nuts, Cider,
Paper Dags, Paper JJoxes, Candy Jars, Trays, Etc.
21ff and 217 South Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
THE C E. POTlb DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts & Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
BAKER, BLASDEL & CO.,
COR. MADKET AND FIRST STS., WICHITA, KAN".
Manufacturers wholesale, transfer and forwarding agents, and dealers
in carriages, wagons, farm implements, wind mills, scales, engines and
threshing machinery. We have on hand a full line of the following manufac
turers goods that we can ship at quick notice:
Studelmker Rro-. 31 fg. Co., .South Demi, Intl.; Enterprise Carriage Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Hoover & (iambic, Miainisbnrg, Ohio; Dsterly Harvesting
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Dloomington, 111.; Pekin Plow Co., Pekin, J 11.; Avery Planter Co., Peoria. 111.;
,lno. Dodds Hay Hack Co., Dayton, Ohio.; Frick Engine Co., Waynesboro,
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THE AYICniTA OVERALL AM SHIRT MANUFACTURING CO.
MANUFACTURERS AVD JOBBERS OF
OVeralls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Tests;
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts; Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 139 2 Topeka, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
AN INDIAN EXPLAINS A CUMET.
The Uto Theory of tlio Sun mid the
Moon ami Their Numerous Progeny.
During the year the comet was stream
ing in the sky 1 was campiug one night
in n canyon near the foot of Cooks Peak,
In the party was an old and for an
Indian a fairly intelligent Ute unmet!
Sam. Sam liad been attached to some
cavalry troop at Fort Cumuiings as a
scout, but his day of leaving the service
being reached ho attached himself to
me for a consideration. Pointing to
tho comet I asked Sam what ho could
say in its defense from tho standpoint
of a Ute- Sam was, unlike most In
dians, a good single handed talker and
conld speak English very well.
He was ambitions to perfect himelf
in the language and readily seized on
even- chance for a "talk." Indeed I dis
covered hiui on one or two occasions all
alone and talking vigorously at a mark,
like a savage Demosthenes sans the peb
bles. 'Tell about tiRi" said Sara, point
ing toward the comet. "Sam do it
heap easy, yon bet. Tho sun is the man
and lie have moon for squaw. The stars
big stars aod little stare all are their
children. The sun don't like 'em and
chases 'em. If he catch one he cats it.
"This makes the stars lieap 'fraid, and
when the son htig his sUep over and
comes out the stars run and hide. Whan
the sun comos stars so crecn into holes
C. Klwnmnycr Sr. MlUIni; and Elevator Co., of
Hal-stead, Kan., carry a full lino of hard and soft
wheat flour at their agency In this city, fccudfor
OTTO WKteS. Apent, 2i1 N Main. Wichita.
SWAB & GLOSSER,
And Jobbers of Woolens and Tail
14. X Main Street, - Wichita.
WICHITA BOTTLING AVOEKS,
OTTO ZIMMKRMANX. Prop.
Uottlers of Ginrer Ale. Chmnpapme
Cider, Satin Water, Standard 'erve
Food, also General Western
Afrents for Win. .1. Lump's Extra Pale.
Cor. First and Waco Sis., - Wichita.
$ W JaSS at,
Wholesale and Ilitall.
Telephone No. 1S7.
lp North Water Stret t.
Storage and I'orwardlnjr. Larce brick building
Just completed, especially adapted for receiving and
reshipinc; cars from all railroads switched lo notice
uittiuulcharue; new, clean and well ntllntcd. al
most Hre proof; rates of insurance and starajre low,
goods carefully handled and reshlppcd on orders.
Located cafet or bant le frelKbt depot.
Telephone Sj. Office Cll K Doutilas, Wichita, Ks
ana mae. lint tno moon is gooa.
"She loves her children, the stars, avid
when the sun sleeps she comes out in trie
sky, and the stars are glad, and they
como out of the places they hide in and
forget to be 'fraid and play.
"But when the sun wakes again they
run. Ho is always after them, and he
catches them sometime. This one," con
tinued Sam, again pointing at the comet,
"tha euu catch ono time. He got away,
though, but tho sun bite him and hurt
him. Thai's why he bleed so. Now be a
heap scared, and so he keeps his face al
ways toward tho place where tho sun is
sleeping." Cor. Kansas City Star.
nccs Stin a Team to Death.
While William Harris and his son
James were at the jIcKim farm. Steuben
ville, on the West Virginia side of the
river, two horses, hitched at the side of
the barn, slipped their bridles and start-
Led to run away. Harris, seeing the run
away, tried to head tne horses, causing
them to turn and go through a fence in
to a yard whero there were thirty bee
hives. Three hives were knocked over
by the horses.
Thousands of bees swarmed over the
horts, which lay down in the harness
moaning piteoosly. As yountf Harris
could not see the horses sutler he cat
the traces with c butcher knife, while
the bees attacked him. He started the
horses oL When looeo from Ute cattle
crate the horses ran in all directioess in
Clrar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send its a Trial Order or Call and See Us.
-F INLAY ROSS-
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
The Largest Establishment in the State.
Nos. 119 and 121 Main Street, "Wichita, Kansas.
GETTO-McCLUXG BOOT AjSTD SHOE CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealcra In
OTS : &
All goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
, promptly and carefully tilled.
135 and 337 23" Market Street, - - - ,-, - "Wichita, Kansas.
EOYAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers, Teas,
Coflecs. Spices, Extracts, Ealdiig
Powders, liluing. Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Are.
Manufacturers Wholesale and Retail
SADDLES & SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan
BURR FURNITURE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
325 East Douglas Are.
Wholesale and Retail
oal, Gra. 1 1 KiNiuut;, Hoofing and
Telephone 101. isth SL and th Ave Wichita. Kan.
E. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS A3fD StLVEllWEAK.
100 E Douglas Ave., - Wichita.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
OFFICE AXD WAREHOUSE 213 TO 223 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Keep everything in the grocery line, show cases, Scales and grocers fixture?.
Sole agents for the slate for ''Grand Republic" cigars, also sole proprietors of
the "Royalty" and "Lalunoceucia" brands. d5
Do not experiment
with new FLOURS.
These brands have
stood the test for sixteen
years against all new
comers and have never
All first-lass grocers
BicHiTA.KAKSS3 sell them
the lieltw. uttering unnatural squeals, at
times rolling in the grass, moaning ter
ribly. One horse lay down in a crek, where
it rolled and shrieked till death ended
its sufferings. The other horso was
caught and hay burned under it. but the
horse died in a short time. Both were
fine animals. Young Harris was stung
badly, bet he was bsthed in a tub of
soda water, counteracting tho poison.
"What Ton Can't Do In YamhllL
Yainhill has long been noted for its re
markable people and institutions. Xow
a town is being formed which will make
the moat model community in the world
if the rules governing it are carried out.
The laws wlucn every member will have
to subscribe to are substantially: No
quarreling. No improper language. No
taking the name of Hod in vain. No
swering. No cvi! epeJang. lyinjr or
slandering. That thy regularly attend
divine worshio in Hop? church and keep
holv the whole of the Lord's day. That
they abstain from th- ce of opium
in every aaaae and form. No theft
of any" kind. No trcspaaiiag on
the property of others. No dancing
partieo. No" theatncAl representations.
No serenading of sersrly rcarried per
foos. No lathing in the river on Sen
days nor at any tune widsoct having
i SoSTSdSSS I
hret pwt ec, in privas, decent oamng
The quickest, btrongest and purest
Dry Hop Yeast on the market. Will
keep a year in any climate.
Price, 5 cents per package of 7 cakes
For sale by all wholesale and retail
Manufactured by Corner & Farnnm
factory oorner Kellogg and Mosley
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Retail
Paints, Oils and Glass.
150 X Market St., Wichita, Kan
102 E Douglas Avenue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALE Y
3Ianufactnrcrs and Dealers In
All kinds of cans for shipping purposes, ruits,
baking powder, etc.
21 !i South Main, Wichita, Kan.
The Hyde & HimiWe Sta. Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Books : and : Stationery,
Wall Paper, Wrapping Papers.
11-1 X Main St., - Wichita. Kan
"Wichita Trunk Factory
IT. 1IOSSFIELD, Proprietor.
Manufacturer Of, Wholesale
and Retail Dealer in
Trunks, Valises, Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Pocket Books, Wil
low Ware, Etc.
125 W Douglas.
tobacco to to gold or bartered, or Kept or
exposed for eale. No horses, cattle,
swine, goats or poultry to run at largn.
Pigeons to be confined within wire net
ting. Albany Democrat.
roTirtj of the Jlexlcan.
The poTerty of the poor of 2Je.xico is ex
treme, and this conditions of the lower
class of laborers taoss 1ms dreidfuL One
can Bee them doing work done only by
horses elsewhere, and loads carried on bur
ros which in other countries are carried
on wheels. Blocks of a peculiar building
stone are brought into the dty on the backs
of those patient creature. o that even the
poor burre is not exempt from sharing the
condition of his owjs No wonder build
ings go up slowly here.
You see tho men carrying lumber, heavy
boxes, poles, and nearly always on the trot.
Even the dead are bo rat to their burial by
earners. I witnessed on tho plaxa a relay
of carriers while the burden was being
shifted to titsa shonlden. Two cr thre
women and ecme children stood around
while the exebasre jhu being made.
The eoSis, it u presumed. rtpre3td
the hearse. They hive here on their street
railroads aftuwral car capable of acconuao
datinc the toflin aad a noraber of mourn
ers, which K I thirk, a idea well worthy
of imitation. Cor. Dearer Times.
Instead of growing new varieties cf ro
EnflUh tortieulccrvt bare b-eetae Serai
ciamiit. aad dTuonboarr v)ixi r suy
Chi!dren Cr for Pfc5 Cast0",a:
HARD lirSW NO.
Particularly When a Human
Life Is at Stake.
TALES OP THREE GOVERNORS.
Two Refused to Commute Death Sen
tences and tho Other Declined to Par
don a Prisoner Tho Last "Word of an,
Copyright br American Press Association.
A mother's love is the puroet form of
earthly affection. It overlooks all faults
and even the blackest crimes cannot etTaco
it. Governor Campbell, of Ohio, was late
ly made aware of this in a very unpleasant
manner. Great pressure was brought to
bear upon him to commute the sentence of
death imposed on young Otto Letith, who
murdered a little girl in Cleveland under
moat atrocious circumstance.-., to imprbon-
PLKADIKO FOR tlZT. SON'S LIFE,
ment for life, but after carefully consider
ing the testimony hi conscience would not
permit him to do so, and Lenth wiw hanged
in the Columbus psnitcntiary shortly after
midnight of tho 29th of August. That
morning Governor Campbell found a let
ter, written in German, in his mail, of
which the following is a translation:
CoLuaurs, O . Au. 23, 1
1 o'clock: at night,
Governor Mr on John hiw Just brought the
news that oar child Otto Leuth bos been mur
dered. You want to make people believe your
heart has suffered sine! you dWmksod mo so
rudely. Whoever pos-msses a heart would not al
low a child of 16 years to Ikj hung, and nobody
expected it of you except your IrUh friends, and
especially SheruT Sawyer, for If politics are at
stake the life of a human being U counted for
nothing. But curse you, hts murderers and their
descendants MayhLs shadow haunt ymi to tho
hour of your death 1 May all the tortures plague
you which I hare suffered all thu time! ThM Is
my wish. Lzsa. Lei-nt.
P. S. It is a week to-ntght slnco you have mur
dered my chil 1, occurred murderer! Give mo
Kick my Otto or I shall j;o mad. Why did you
sacrifice my child for political reasons? You
uont the Cleveland vottM, but tho road to the
presidential chair leads over the dead body of my
child, and you will never Ret there. Is It justico
to bang a child and respite a matricide, wltom
the board of pardons hud also refusad I will tell
you the votes of Preble county are not so impor
tant as those of Cleveland. But I have on the
Rrave of my child swo-n to curo you a !on; as I
live, and I shall kts-'p my oath. Why don't you
lull me, too? 1 wlah you would.
Though Governor Campbell did no doubt
what he considered his plain duty under
tho circumstances it is highly probable
that tho reception of Airs. Leuth's letter
made him feel very uncomfortable. The
pardoning power with which many gov
ernors of status are invested causes them
moro trouble, worry and annoyance than
all their other duties Several years ngo
while I was a tnr.e'mg correspondent of
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer busino&i called
me to the olHce of Governor Thomas L.
Young, of Ohio.
While talking with him his doorkeeper
came in and informed him that a dologu
tion of ladies was outside who wfohed to
see him with a view to obtaining a pardon
for a .Mrs. Robinson, who was thou aii in
mate of tho penitentiary. I arose to go,
when the governor interposed.
"Don't go," said he, "but take a soat at
that desk. I want you to hear what I bnvo
to undergo day after day. They will think
that you are one of my seeroturias and
they will talk freely before you.
"This Mrs. Robinson thnt they want mo
to pardon is a wretch who nuould have
been hnnged instead of beingsentto priwn
for life. She poisoned her husband inch by
inch in order to get rid of him for another
man. Now she is locked up, and as she is
very crafty and deceiving she has nroused
the sympathies of a lot of good ladies who
visit the prisoners, and thoy have nearly
driven me out of my wits time and again
with their importunities on her behalf.
She is unworthy of clemency and I cannot
give it to her, but these lndic are well
meaning and I have hated to hurt their
feelings by a point blank refusal.
"I can't stand it any longer, and now I
intend to tell them once for all that I will
not pardon her, but I must do it gently
LVTEVTKO TO F' TUB ARAOfEVTS.
if possible ' I took. ta seat at the dek
assigned me. aad in a few minutes the del
egation entered. It was composed of ave
or six matronly aA.M. zoct of toem above
middle age A lanre was saaci3t to
show that thy were- good CarUtiau wom
en, rho kind btarts bled tsr tkt unfortu
nate and who were anxo to alleviate
ta wcs of the raot criminal.
Tb spokeswoman of the party was a
natural orator sad the way h bK3tl aad
pieadl for liberty for to mirabie wretch
behind the prison ban alm&t etnpleiy
unmanned zae. Had I ben the gorrrsor I
could not 'oars relisted her appeal, tat
turn duty detfoed his ears to all her
pleading aad the prayers of the LwlWn
with her After the Luhe had interceded
with the goreraor for nearly as boor he
aaid: "Lartlet, I apyreciare fully the kiadly
aad worthy. vea though I thiak them
mltaka, raotivfs which hare Bt you
hir but I cannot grant your mjte
Thu woman has bees Iab to the hdWt
tie teat bt&da sta ami woraao, aad to -t
lsSd'ltty sins kM added murder Taere U
not the slight dobt in my atd ml her
guilt, asd I taiDS utat she 1 fortafeat to
be hi pnoa If rtst Jtuua h4 fee
meted oat to her ahe would cow be ra her
"She wcvld warmer b in br jrair' Uww
where afcc fc, Jmiptti owe of Ua fca
lr. Qviek aa a ab GocaoT Y
ix hb. war oet of the dt&cefcy.
"Go to ber." aald he. asd cat br to
Q & W j
jrij?. fa f(
ill few M Wcr ,iA ',
of pure Cod Uver OH with Hypo
phosphites of LI mo and Soda la
almost as palatable as milk.
Children enjoy It rather than
otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It Is Indoed, and tho
llttlo Isds and lassies who tako cold
easily, may be fortified osulnat a
cough that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion ofter their
meals during; tho winter season.
.Beirarc of tubstltution aitd imitations.
writ me a letter nver nor own Bignatttro
staying this, and Iwill immediately order
her back to Cleveland and havo her hanged
boforu the moata is out."
Tho ladies were aumfourded, and in a
moment they bowed tlienuslvcs out of tho
"Of courae I havt no authority to order
her hanged." satd clw jovwaar to mo after
the ladies had gor, "but ska doa't know
that, aad she'll aerer aad as7 buoh let
The governor's prcdlctioa camo true.
She never asked to be imaged, tt the ladies
waited until year had pascd, and they
finally found a governor hsM obdurate thun
Young who gavo ilrs. Robinson her free
dom. When Will-a'n 7-f Bunn. the editor of
The Sunday Transcript, of Philadelphia,
was appointed governor of the territory of
Idaho by Prw:dest Arthur hb arrival at
Boiho City w ts the oauM of a good doal of
unfavorable comment among tho rough
portions of its population, who were great
ly in thu majority.
The governor i u elegant looking gen
tleman, very fond of neat attire, and on
the street alwr-s looks a if he had just
stopped oat cf ; ie Lit fashion plate, lie
id u man of uj m .:n aoility uevwrtholesii,
and lias any iiiuan. of true gnt and cour
age, lie tutu hardly taken possession of
his office when he .va miortunoil to par
don a miner w ho was uadur beutenee of
death for murder.
The governor found that there wero no
mitigating circum'Unweos. Thu man had
quurreLd with another miner vera wo
man called " 3anjo Nell." Ha kid laid !u
wait for his uctuu, and killod hhn with
out warnicit. The governor walkod tho
iloor of hia room for two nights thinking
over the mnttor He found that no man
had ever been legally executod for tnurdor
in the territory, aad oren pitch ablo udvls
ern a General BrWhane urel bim not to
be the first to have u man hanged.
At lat, 'joernur Hunn nutde np his
mind, and hu iutd a paper in which ho
btatui that while h- was extremely nrfuet
aut to break tho record of clemeacy of hbv
prcdecers yet it was about time that
the people of Idaho .showed nttlng regard
for la;r aud order. Mardcrs moat cwu-o or
murdoruw mnat take the pmmhiuoat al
lotted them by tlw Iww. He ihtcltumi to in
terfere with the course of justice, ind the
offender iv hanged.
When he waa placed nn the HcnlTokl he
wni akiil if bf hal anything to any. He
answered iu the aninuutiv, and taking h
"DOTS, ALL I'VK OOT TO BAY"
bit of tobacco rom hi mouth he npoke to
tho throng an follow. "Iloys, all I've got
to gay in that an old timer i biing hung
by a dude governor " Then the trap waa
Bprung, and, in the language of the vletn.
ity, "he paawMl In his chips." Thank to
Governor Bunn'n firmness a livelier respect
for law and order soon obtained in Idaho,
and today life ami property are mtieh moro
MKttre thre thau bjfor tho advent of the
"dude rwrernor." J. B. McCoHMKTE.
Another Klootrlc Tlrn Victim.
"Thin makes the twaaty-arit man."
Socb were the enigmAtlc wordn spoken
ovor the corpae of Georg M. Kopp by the
first policemaa who rmchd Um apot
whore it lay in front of thu New Park
theatre. New York.
Enigmatic thee words oortafoly wottM
be to any roader ignorant of the deadly
work of the etectrie wire, bat after they
had killed twenty
ttotm were adopted
whirh. it waa con
f ii rt br caMuUtic.
And in fart as son
had brn Ictiled for
four moouw, the
laat previous vie
Um hein Baati
ano Yppolito, who
waa killJ oo tint
lUh Of May lat nVtV.Z H. UXT.
at VSl Hrondway Gonta M. Kop was a
bsotaan that mam who repair the wlrc
beeUmbod to th top of the pole at the
corser of Thirty flfia rt aarf I5rn4way
asd took hold ot tbe wire wtUi bare hasda,
harbaic s'ted to pot om te rubber
ftlorm proioL Thorn wu a brk wm.
wberft. The turreat pmid ihmtn& Mm,
asd ta mb i&tat b vfw s eorp. bl firsh
senokhn: acd bersisg usdex the issVecao
A ffamw'i Itard tut hwlloh Tt4r.
Xn. Mcj 'Urndl kam bees a ewitoh
todr at Um; railroad jumctioti in Moooo,
Ga.. for forty yarv Daring tbt time ibs
baa iararUUr bM Uithlnl aad oJsVsfrat.
She sm arer ben tbe eatMe of an aeoi-d'-aL
Her triciL Imt aJways been riefht.
Her daU bT Uw rmptimiibi but the
road aa. nrreir tarttrrM dollar of break
iun. a moeasat of delay or the lajtrry of a
ponoa oa ber aerosutL She 1-, priupa,
the eUnt and only witelrworaa ta tho
U sited ttutea. Aftor v exndAmtX a record
aad m aaaay yar of vtrrUit, tsaabfse
aad rata, la ooed aad ka, the Oatral
road au pWi bee la a b IrkiMeso
Ftet Haiei W5ox--Tfaai e toud,
1dnattthiiCla Qaatatt Sas. If
Semwt Uvud yraMvr-Um alnt ktH the
gwt as tfcat eiff. oi bW beaaW Jat poriar
at uble B. Hs guv me a datt
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