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on tti Ir rny to Kmiald.
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m, MlmftU roand, tvomen nnd thlldren
toroMirtl, and tho -nln, Imll and wind
addod terror to tho Irene. No ono wah
klllmt, bt Mrrrnl wero liurt, nnd ovtry
i m. w unUHlM! uiil tnoclillilrmi, nl
Mtll, M , wrre I'ercntly poisoned by
Mtluf wnnoit nyitor., nnd with (IMlcuUy
vn utmI from loitli. The poison vrnt
urpn .' i.i tx is th solJur utcd tor seal-
. imiiI. Kuum, who for over fifty
ir'r ' 4 hnvri a irtiiiilia'iit nipmliiT of tie
M KptMhr, dirmi the l.Mli.
nW fiM UW.iiiCoA)liiB,Ohlo, burned
wmi it, to,coo,
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re nJMI foiirulliHinlcred lunr Ionls
mirg, R. M.
Tn cl!ow f rf tin Jiecomo epldemloat
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im mat. Urxioo.'and nil who i-ould do so
wt leavtag thrtty.
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MBrlo,.k , ,Brgo ,, owncr) nd ,,,,
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-! i h.it hy a matt immud Hof man, ona
' Hinr einploriw, ngeil twenty-three.
i nf Ifurlouk It doml nnil tho fnther'f
urt. wro mortal. Hoseninn was ro-
inn tcl to Ii. A ilp.ncrailn nf tlin illmn nnvpl
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'n i4iviuy ivxnii, (no oiner niui,
II tnas Sniltti, wbilo itllglitly Intoxlcatod,
wini -ill. , a i liorch where n religious mect
iik v. n 4H rafjrtss and stojipcd on the
t.n-, nt niw Brpwtr. tho'clBrgj-mnn' son.
K !v w r k )MSAsol, Imt tho nnitter
Ii, l-"t until ftir service, w hen It wni
kii .:lii up. gmltli iwns stnbbcil nnd
ins' a i j fcltlotl. ity-own's.brpthcr nnd ltov.
n. iiicwii. u isuiir. tpit HiiumiKeii in up
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'" r.-tnm.tr at Norfolk, Vn recently
" ",,wl Ut' l1"''!"" " 1'ostniMtcr to ac
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UiutHii, colored, wns Imngeil
at ItlabniDa , f,or tho murder of her
tmabund,
Thm town ot Jnf konvlllc, Ala,, wns nl-
most antlrvly UattVoyed by a recent Incun
Mi-r lira.
Atlfiatn. fjn.: rifoiillv ,, mt.nl .if n.n
" k Wl frVtxeffc nan sentenced to
fine ot J1.009 or servo twelvo months
chain 170111? for vlnlnfltir tlin Mtnli,
LH' maalrtat ill, nrrr-nlntln,, nf l....n....l
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kiilnaL lum. Tii nasnuna Inlrni InllirtMn.
ffimm Cyurt totojt the validity of tho law.
T pignut orop of Virginia Is rcportoil
tn Is, a failure and tho lots g'.HM.OOO.
I," msc RoaenT Sf. Mavo, of West
Btntvl mil County, Vn., member of Congreri
4t, shot hlniWf tho other morning on
totai I the atoatuer Virginia, from Haiti
w ! NaVTJolk.'
J i ik JfAYO. who recently sutcldeil on
tHwnt n sfaafKH- uear Itlchmotul, Va., ,n
nt nsrsasinau-elcct, nsat first rcportoil,
tmt fnthcr of tho Congrcssinaii. I to wns
snvenly yim of age, ami tho eausoofhli
If ileMriK'Uan wm political troubles.
Two of bis oim had committed suicide
within the past ten yoarti.
1 hmck uien recently entered tho house of
W.Hulitito.1 O'lhill. near ltldgoway, I'ltt-,
ytvanw i.iiiniv, n., snot u'Jjeu nnd
threatena,l his wife If .he did not glvo up
It 'niAiiiii Uli. nnriinn.l K.....1 it... ..
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fort4iiy toce oo.
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Jtv-a-riifk nrtil flA,,if,r l.nA .m..1a .
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Mstranccs atHt. I'ctcrsburg voncernlna
Uia action of the UusslanagentH In llnlgnria.
Pajuh ivollcfi frustrated n jilot to kill King
Alfoawo during Ills stay In that city.
A PAt Itala. that at tho Chinee Lo-1
Katgn and oblTd French Foreign OOlce
In
Part negotiate ns relative to tho Tonnutn
qnestlon are botng conducted on both aides
with o sincere' deslro of arriving at an .
amlnat.'.A anlilttoi, nf ll... .1II1I..I,IU. '
UllllCUltles.
English and Aaierlcan dlplomatlo repro-'
sentntlvec In 1'arU confirmed tho nbova
statement. I
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.IM . W....4,.,, Il,,l, T.MP) BVIII. Ill BUIl-11 VI
Lieutenant Onillcy nnd party wa crushed
by loo in tho Alette tea, and the expedition
was a failure.
'TUB I.A.TIWT.
OTkHfjtEM., tbo slayer of tho informer
Carey, roarhnl Loudon on tho 18th, In
cbargwof officers', mid was committed ta
Jail He will tut trlod In November.
Neah ilalUiu, Ohio, recoutly, it freight
train wan wreaked, 11 Lriikeman killed, I
Conductor Charles .lame hud both leg.
broken and the II re man wns badly Injured, 1
MldHOiinisr.iwiHingedatventceu.whllo
riding t' school, near Little Hock, Ark., '
was thrown fnim her horso nnd Instantly ,
kill '
TilK Muji-rimciideiit of the Philadelphia
Mint ha lieau authorized to purcliuse w,. ,
WO ounce of silver for coinage Into dlmos.
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v in occremry 01 mo Treasury to luc
ttate , hargSa ogalust Bupervlslntr An 1,1.
aWd a saawMMpn In a Do. Hollies Hqwii) , t0 Now Jn't eyto v(t 1,1. i1,"',10,?.0
street car, - -filed w UU ladle and proaUi-J drcn, and was not In tho box. Ai" 1. Tr,',',
rr, by aaaai' .ic Hflv, Jl-H-t"" TP"T 'lotfd-) known the 1'jasMvnt went and wul-iint i.i
J"l'llal7 r.'vr assailed i-.,, llooth. W-an tho assassin turnod . iZ
IT. JfSitrtUnco Of Janguago, acemjK-PO liUspur cauglvj u., flag, aid hoil
h-?U Llli"S hls.ecord on thL fe" ''"vlly as to break n log. TtaU
""" xrm. for u ti
.etHni,ha,oeei, given out for publ.cu-UfuXln
tuui Homo of tho Iliidnca of the commit.
tw severe on 111(1- and his rwlgnatloii
as freely tulkod of.
iilOUAallArES.n catth, 11,,-. ... ,-
..lv , b, a Saloon-keeper at Co hi, nil
Tvx
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"nBivi. preparation are lwng until.
' aa-jpiiiq 101 11,0 reception of tho American
ti TAri't ,fc" 1vntIca' ,n onoljnr;
I V iT , .' ' " " "' reunions, ai ,(,.5,
I C&rdlnal Hliuvtis wilt preside, nnd nt w hhJS-
I questions ooivernluc tho fnfluii,nf ti.u
Li.atUOII0 Ubtli.h in Ai,i,rl.a Mllll.ir.
TllsVaM..tlll...... a ...
'iii-TWHwirj cominnuuer of Altocn
L"rralne, haalt.uel a decree proclaiming
i tue use or tho German language by the
1 Jl . ! and f aunlcipal uuthoritles of Jletz
". VhlauvUld slmll la roiiiiiiil.or-v. .,fli-
B" att ot Jnnuarv. ItUiL n ti,.. ,,. r n,
'"" JllaiiRnigo has Iien Usedtoexcito
yaa,.l,aaj'"Muii ipr llio lostoratlon of Alsace-
NAirraia v rranue.
A rcuj. from Incvlw. Texas. th
j Wlh. rtataiV t.at n jierfect telgn of tvrror
WiM l-aregg County over tho rci-ort
,
aftty!f.
"fl ,"" waiim. tuo wuiio
M tllr wire and tlill.lntn 1..
gut Iwisvv, and wero hold(iWgu-irit
"w Hi"" .luiiiirilaof fiirtiierahadiiut
1 "ed arut, hi auumimiHo.,. ,-.dhV '
WKrsM jt wa. rrted, had rcnlvnl !
a.' .1 trliei
a emeus ivvxic.
P'llrlrn's Cirrus Strurk tiy K SuiliKu (InU
llurlni; a t'erformnnrf, at llnrrr, llllnul
A (irnatnl I'niue Knue, Imt f.'.rtii
nntelrWIIIioiit ery Serious Hesnl'is.
lUmtr, Ii.u,'r(t. 1.
Tills city last night witnessed one of the
most thrilling and exciting scenes In all Its
history. O'lirlon's circus was here, nnd dur
ing tho evening' performanco n frightful
ttorm camo up from the southwest very
suddenly, sweeping tho entire area of
tents before It. Tho ennvn xfns completely
packed with people, and In the panlo that
ensued tho wildest contusion and excite
ment ptQvnlleil. Fathers were lit terror
for their families, mothers frantic over
their children, nnd every body rushing pell
msll In search of safety. Tho sccna for a
time was most uppillluXiPnd, nddedto tho
walls and screams Ot tho tcrroitted mass,
n ere the howling and moaning ot tho ani
mals, rendering the affair all tho more tor
rlblo., Tho elephant luu-Atuofrlchtcncd. and
nishcll from tliosrcue,mnklng straightway
for Its car and rloarlug tho way beforo It.
Animal wagons and cages wcro capsized,
and horses toro loose front their tothers,
many of them fleeing from tho placo
at full speed, Tho strangest part nf the
affair was that nobody was badly Injured.
Several parties cre somen hat bruised by
falling poles, but asldo from this the acci
dent was without serious results, which, hi
viewing tho scene afterword, seemed al
most miraculous, Tho damage dona to the
elreu property wns very slight, consisting
rliiclpally in thncut!ln?of ropes nnd tnnls
tiy the crowd In their attempts to encopo.
Hie storm lasted only n few minutes, but
thn w Ind, rnlu nnd hail were most tcrrlllc,
About nine p. m. the sky liecamo clear, and
Mm work nt clearing up wns inaugurated.
During Mils the most serious arcldentnf tho
ovenlng occurred. In descending tho hill
thlsslitoof the circus grounds ono of tho
largo six-horsu wagons left tho roail nnd
rnpsUed in the dltrli, killing two flnehorsos
and Injuring two men on tho woroii. It Is
reported that ono or tlin men has since died.
Tho show left hero for Mt. Merlins nt flvo
o'ciock tuts niorning lit n illiapiaated con
dition, but will no doubt get straightened
up in tlmo to exhibit to-morrow. This Is
nild to bo their third experience ot tho kind
this season,
a .sorriiEii.N kiin.iim:k.
Georgia nnd Alnliama In n I'rrment Oter
the (Iperntliins of .lolin OBtctfre A
1'osmi In Hot l'nrsillt.
Oottiuntm, Ua., Bept. 11
Three recent kldnnplngs by a mnn named
John Oglctree have exercised Georgia and
Alabama as thoroughly as tho Charley
lloas caso did tho North. On "Wodneiday
last while Jamos C. White, who lives on a
fnrm In Jncksou County, jAlabnma, wn
nlmont from home, Oplstreo rodo up on a
horso and Induced f o of White's young
sons to accompany him lo n spring half a
mllo from tho house oil the prctoxt that ho
wanted to hord somo cattle nt tho sjiring
Ogletreo made tho Iwy n prisoner and hur
ried nwny with hltn. Upon his rciuni
homo Wblto gathered a posso of fanner
nnd started In pursuit. Yesterday 0,lc
troo darted thtough Tallapoosa nt break
neck spooil, but hit crime being unknown
there, no ellbrt was made to dettln him. A
tow hours later White andn posso ot seven
teen rode Into town In pursuit of Oglotree,
and learning how near they were to their
gamp, continued tho pursuit on a gallop
without n moment's delay. It has fclnrobeeu
learned that tljojKiywnft.laiit,ai:o;iJn (U
Udnnpor'4 company at Oak Larue, n small
placo fifteen miles from Tnllapoosa. Tho
clilld had lR'en brutally beaten, and his
blood-stained clothes attracted so much at
tention that tho vlllnger became Indignant
and demanded an explanation of his condi
tion. IVIth undaunted temerity Oglelrto
said that tho boy was Ills sou, and tho In
juries were tho result ot a Uatlng ndmtnls.
lored bv n nrcrn wnmaii whom l,o 1,,1
knocked In thn Load w 1th n wagon spoke in
. ill ..i a a a. a a !.
mniuuioii, aim ieit tor iipau in
retaliation, and left for ileail in thn rnn.l.
Iho vlltugers Hoemed satisfied with tho
story, and C'gletreo passed on ns already
narrated. Whon he rodo through Talla
poosa blood stains wore noticed on his
pli.tlmtf Mini lirtt In llfll.i ,l,iil.f ll.nf 1.1..
i" "i "." "i , 1.1"...:". " ,.".7"' Vr"'1!
the boy after leaving Ook lveo nnd hid
tho body In the w oods by tho roadside. Tho
hoy wns only ninn veara old, was dressed
ore" o'ot 'when car lo. off Tho ELVSJ
Hidv
Ihtrufnru bo vory easily idcntltled if found.
OxU'troo ho n swarthy complexion, is
mutculnrly built, a hulf-breed of medium
,'V.LtLV,""ril,?r.",ly .l,,0C,?.r.'I- A.
!,." 7."'.W "hV V" ..'" VA. "V."'lr.'. ."" .
eltom.llttiv ubdlletltlir niinrllnTll.lnn. 'n,n
chase tot too hot, however, and tho boy was
recovered. Soon nfter that escapado be
"'" KRoln frustrated In n similar attempt
. .."... -' .. .' ..
bamn authorities have offered n reward of
IM for Oglotreo'a arrest, but there Is notn
doukt that he -will bo overtaken and
lynclod by Whlto and hfa companions lio
foro itriiliig.
, --..-
Al'eriiii,i,ent Abiding l'lnee for a lllitorle
ling.
WahiiinotoV, I), a, Sept, Id.
Saturday iho Treasury ilg, which has
connected with It so much of historical In-
terost, wus ut last given n permanent plnco
-(X security In n caso constructed for It In
J'?:50'n of the t.'nptalu of the Watch. This
,l"'j largo burner mado of silk, pro-
"""" D.f bo ladles of tho department to
I.118.1 rcn"lKlleslnient when it left for the
"elu' l'I,on a dnyof tho assassination of
J,1'110"1 ''mc"-Jt wa borrowed by Mr.
- ---- "'Hiox -which It was ox
I "' resiuem
would oceunv thnt eve
d General Grant
".Vniohopiioned,
i,i?,jiula-t to go
how- tiii .,
-.-.mi. ..,, ta .110 imo in Wblcll tha anne
' iffi8." " 71 ' L " ? fi? ! ? Ms
ai.ii:..V-"" " '""Km cui uy me
VlSnf'i the bulhl'lnTsbut
Hlnu Iv bolmr In tl, Z It .1" Lu . "n.5'.i" !
jy" V'r0Kht to the nwi.t of the Captain Ot
tlla ""'eh, whero It waunfurll and hung
'V"".. "''"' n.iargo twrtralt of
wl ho '0-?,' ., T,.?".."! ."i"Jy
. ' .---..-..-.,
nlZrtJ"' m Hi'"'"'". tOiei; a, ttateil
ntIVe.It WAS lilai-ml f,. - ..J. j
for It. -- -ud 1'iopnreu
- - . a a
Impotliiiit Cnptiirnnf Coiintrrfrltrrs.
Pllll.tici.'lllA, PA., Sept, ll.
Caritnln'T.tml-n nt pi.ii.rfnn. n.i..n
KAgenoy, alilinl by several ot his operator.,
Nldud tho homo N(i. 213 Christian Btreet,
"ToiVTJ.'.v . " '"'TV' ""iter Known as
the JSa!1'"1.! "".1 Joh" W' Kimiin.loii, on
session ?,of "Ml.n.I having (n their pos
tSlwlsSe.n.,rr;u.u"lc ole I'unwrllng
V ?t of coum?; M" "'"I"1" orimienC
ufflniT'lll''r material was cap
J'rf-J."."-"!!.!,! fortllal. Tliear.
mre.t.e.l OMbrank of Lvavala, !..,....
ThU moinin ' H" "
nmtea and mouRUd. roJe r fiaaVTis-lTJltil.
b brlnirs. Mnli.rJ.5i?a .,".T...A,VJ
,''"J1,,1wuf. d on artnlng at HaiSelTq
ruM?Ii"UMUi" U"rtrof mil
T'0"'." flr'?K ''ito
lie from the
the bftUEA.
lbrlPU& a nd I heiimrdlTf h'T. f.0-,M
killed oca of
ti r .1 . "'"'. "y ,ur trom ine upper
iri of the Hag, about midway tlnwii Iho
'i,l'.,5':..L0,rJ'0,l,u','.aM'tr tho Vnt at
AXOTHCR ARCTIC TAILUKi:.
ArTlvnl nf ilia Mnimlil Yantlo frXnttVl
Arrlln Itesluns nt Nt, Jnlins, N. V wllii
Ilia tlWrrrs and Crew of the 1'rntena,
wlilrlt was Cnulitnl In nn lift Held and
nst, with All tliNiiiillrs lntenil.it lor
tlie tlroi-lrr raft)' NoAiiltiantlcN.ws at
tlie Ijtller.
ST.JniiKa, N I, Sept. 13.
Tlio United Btatos Greeley relief steam
ship Yantlo lias Jtitt anchored here, nnd
her tidings aro lamentable. No w-crd has
been recvlred from Greeley or any of Ids
party.
WAsntnoTOt, I). ti, itept. IX
Tho signal officer has received tho follow
ing from l.lfu". Gartlngf,t, commanding
the Greelsy relief expcdl'.ton;
6t. John, N. P., Sept. 13.
It Is my painful duty to reiiort the total
failure otthorxpedltlon. Tho Proteuswaa
crushed In a pack latitude "8 drgToi-s M
minutes, longitude t degrees 23 minutes,
and sunk on tho afternoon ot the XM of
July. My party V111I the crow ot tho ship
aio all saved. I niado my way across
Hinlth's Hound nnd along the pastern shore
to Capo York, thence across Mellerlllo IJpy
to the Upcruavlk, arriving there August
24. The Yantlc reached, tho Uieniavlk
Soptemuer 2, and loft tho same day, bring
ing the entire party hero to-day. All nro
well. IX A. GAitTwaTox.
Tho first officer of the l'rotcus briefly
summarizes tho trip ot the Ill-fated Proteus
as follows: Tho Yantlc and Proteus loft 8L
Johns nt four p. m., Junor.l. Tho Proteus
arrived at-God Ilayeu Hay, Disco Island,
Julyti. Tho Yantlc arrived nt tho same
plaoo July 12. When tho necessary prepa
rations were made tho Proteus' sailed for
Cory Island, arriving there on tho liltli. It
left OH the 21st, and two days afterward
,Vas crushed, sinking nt seven p. in., July
?j. Twcnty-nflio days wero spent In tho
boats, several storms wcro encountered,
from which the lio.its took refuge under lee
ot the icebergs, and Lieutenant C'olw ell nnd
fix ot tho 1 row parted company with tho
others at Caio York. They found the Yan-.
tlcJulvill. ItreiHirtcd Catitaln l'lko and
the remnlnder of tho crow moving south
ward. The Yantlo reaclnd Cory Island
August 2. Tlio samo night she proceeded to
Pandora harbor, whero records from Plko
nud Unrllugton were found. Hho noxt pro
ceeded south along tho Greenland coast,
sending boats all around tho Islands In
search ot the missing crew. A stoim and
uenvy pack 01 ice, August u, .forced Yantlo
to anchor to leeward ot tho Northumberland
Island. Tho noxt day alio boro away for
Upcrnavik, arriving there August 2i On
tin 27tli she started for the Wnlgato
con! mines, and returned to Upcr
nnvlk September 2. Captain Plko
Mud rrcw wero found and taken on board
tho Ynntlc It necins that at tho lint Inti
mation ot the Proteus dlsntter, width was
found August .1 at Llttlotan Island by Iho
Yantlc, Lieutenant Gartitigton left a record
them that he was coming south, describing
tho shipwreck and Indicating tho gMie 'nl
movement of Captain Pike end tho ahlp's
company. On the itli search was Instituted
along tho Greenland const from Capo Alex
ander to Capo Itobcrts, on every point
likely to bring up with thorotreatlngpsrty.
They searched until Keptemlior 2, whon
I InuM.....!. ..... vu. .I....I ..., .1. . 1. ,,,..
u'iiuniiK , 1-11,11,1, UI1II IIIQ1TI1IUD J III
tens paity was found In good health nnd.
luirrnnm spirits, iney wero exHisen lad
ing thirty-one days nnd nights In their
lionts, making some stoppages at Jnlornie
illoto harbors. Thol'ruteus wits crushed In
tho floe of. Ico at three o'clock In tho -evening
of the 2.1,1 of July nnd sank within five
hours. Fortunately sulllclvut tlmo was
given to save clothing, provisions, compasi
and other necessaries to meet what might
firnvo n protracUwl voyage. On tho 2."ith.
ho bouts being equipped, provisioned nnd
ml..l, Ui t nii. uimlii..-Tlio aceita -f
tho illsnbtor was olglit miles iiorth-nortli-west
of Cnjio Hahlne, latitude 7l)deg.,ni
inln. north. Over(KX) miles of Ico nmt fright
sen wero passed lieforo Upemavik was
reached. Iho worst feature In tho un
fortunate Proteus expedition Is that no
provisions wero landed or caches made,
and nil store intouded for the Arctic
Colony's relief went down In the steamer.
While nt anchor In Danish Harbor,
August 12, Govoi nor Elbury enmoon itoard
tho Yantlo nnd reported that the Danish
iteatner Hophla had arrived there .from tho
harbor thirty miles north ot Capo Yorkf
and tho captain stated that a native Eski
mo told him that two native with tho
Greeley expedition arrived 011 sledges last
winter nnd reported tho party nil well
except Dr. Parry, who hart died. Those
native went back to Lady Krnnklln Hay.
ramp and reported that ull tho olllcers had
been murdered by the nun. Nclthor of
theso report Is reliable, ns tho fondnew
Di 1110 Ksmmo tor tying nnd
anntlti,ial
Ism nlares tln-m In the cateirorv nf lli-tlim
in tin
Cant. Pinko says that n far north ns Cape
oablrfe thoro wns no trace of Greelev or
trace of Greeley or
in. imrtjr, iinuuis iouuro 10 cotno soutn to
Littleton Island to meet tha relief steamer
this summer leave grave apprehensions'
as w tueir prouauio iaio.
Vasiiinotow. n.C Bent. 13.
Tho following report from tho comman
der of tho United Htatos steamer Yantlc,
iui regnru to 1110 lauuro ot tuo Ureeley
ridlof oxodltlon, was received to-night by
Br. John'. Rent. 13.
Umu Win, K. ChntuUtr, Strclary uf tfi A'uri,
iiiitirfni n r -
irtuttinuton, D. C.
Tlio United Htotes steamer Yantlc
hai
nnlved, bringing Cnpt. Piko and crow ol
iiie'iTcums. i.ieui. uartlngton and tin
OrvAley rellof party are nil well. The
steamer Proteus was crushed In tbo Ice six
miles north of Cupu Hoblue, July 28. Tim
crew nnd rellof party, after depositing
record ot Llttletou Island and Pandora
Harbor, retreated south in six boats to
Upperunvlk, suffering much hardship In
Melville Hay. The Yantlo reached Little
ton Island August 3 without much illHI
culty, found tho records, and Immediately
proceeded southward. Searched tho cdastt
and Island thoroughly down to Bounders'
Inland. The ioe- pock then closed In, and
they could neither get around nor through,
?ml It was found necessary to retreat under
he lee of Northumberland, Island,
August Us A soutliwa.nl gain having
loosened the park, the steamer wns able to
cvttlimofih. and continued tlie seareli. Th
Lwia-fc -t-.- , -e---. a" hlte1 -It-HJt..
pMkmt eiose. 11 couiu not get within twvjl.
ly miles ot the laud. .
August lit Havlnsrtco In all dlroctloni
but the southeast, it proceeded to Caiia
Navlk and sent IKtoon days' ration to
Tes.ulssak hud u whalo boat to Cap
Hhatlloton. r
Augut M: Balled for the .coal mine,
thence to God Haven.
August 31t Lieutenant Caldwell arrived
In the launch from Upernnvlk, baring
been thirty-nine days In un open boat
Thev have separated under orders nt (ilp
ork- It sailed the iuiii day for Uiier
nn k, and foumt tha party bad arrived.
Heptemlior H; I'roceeded bomaward anC
eiicounterad a rough pamk. I'ormlwion
it rfsked to coal here.
Fhaxk Wiwjm.
W isinoto, D. 0-, Sept. w.
Capt. Cuilare, acting Chief HIsmI na
ssld to-night that a telegram had been hhI
to Lieut. Uarlington this afternoon aaUef
him to state what stores, If any, bad mc
deposited by him on Littleton's Islam!
He was also requested lorlva tha uViwtrt
ment full laaermstloii lniianlictulv of l..i
could In dOHV to tend reller to Greeley tali
fall. The department had not yet received
a reply to this tekgram. Cnpt.Calare said
ino iieparnuem realize tuuytae critical
situation In which Lieut. Greeley and bis
psrty were Placed, and that notWi,g that
could possibly be done to relieve teem
would be left undone.
tie tald there were no
grouH4sforboplH8
turn boat lu.U.1 b
mat Lieutenant Hart I it.
of ela store at LIUlttow lalaad, 4mo, If Im
had don so, hi party alter Hm wraek ol
w. town, wniitu nave winiaraa Mwra In
U of ratraating 600 wile to Uuaruavrk.
LlauUawut O.rtlngtOM, b salal, fully .
l?;i tlas isscaaaliv o( tandli store at
iJMIaton UUad b?ore eivJavorU7 u
lorce a psssaee up Btnith BctTtid, anSltip;
plf mentarv-grtlera iMued to htia'just befor,
,f " Btliao, UiU v.tt aim sa-orii lAt-
U-KUaWi.li ft,, at ii ,ta.j r.t.. 1, r
I'EIISOXAL AM) LITCKABT.
Ucr. Nowmnn
111 contoiniilntod
Hall ha Hbtttulonetl
trip to tho United
&lntM.
-Motiljromerjr Illnlrloll only S7o.OOO,
whrnhbrM BiitiiutHl lo bo worth tit
'.ctiNt n qttnrtcr nl n nllllloh.
K. V. Stodman. tlio Now York poct
bnnkcr who rocontly failed, lntoly Inld
tlio corncMtlonc of a cosily cummer
villa In Now Ilitmiishlro which will lmo
opo." .V. Y. Hun.
- Mr. 8. ,f. Dttnbnr, n rcnrcsentalhf
of woll-known Ilotton (nmllic roild'n;
in Colorailo Sprinj, lm rvcohod thn
prlxo of ono httmlred dollars ottered by
n citizen of that nlnco for tlio licit rtf-
clo desoriptlvo of Colorado Sprlnc ml
Muillloil. 'JvOM TrWMCr.J)f.
- Tho Nnrtlicrn Pacific Unllrotd I Jd
good hittiil. Tho l'roslili'tit, Mr. Vltl
nrd, wm llrst n reporter. llin n Wnlt
ington eorresiiondenl. Tho Vteo-rrcsl-tK'iif',
Mr. Otkot, Htnrlod In lifo n 11 tel
osmpli nioisengor boy nnd llion lio
ennio nn opurntor. Vhlatgo Inter
Ocean.
Hon. Jplni linker I not intirh known
nniong proof-rendoM. Whon liu mado
n btjr cnninnlcn Hiicecli, llwatnttrlbutcd
to "Hon. John llokor." Later a tolo-
f;rnm spokn of lilm n John Julin, Min
ster to Vvnozno'n. When Inst heard
from his mime, had cot Into n St. Lotih
paper ns llal-ser. Afro(f Vt'.
Tho lending literary eltib of Now
Orleans lm a ma'orlty of Creole. Mr.
f!. W. rnble. hi Id books, wboo !
jeeU tiro in old Now Orlenn-t, lias do
arrlbed tlio Creole., and lia hecoino
famoti. lint when lie. was proposed ni
amotnberof tliolr club tho very nomi
nation wa considered ns nn Insult, and
ho Iran rejected.--Ar. J'. Jleraht.
(ifonru Unncrofl, tlio historian. Is
thus denerlbedi Over eighty-three year
of ago, ho litis a fr.tmo of Iron and n
brnlb (i Drltrht na Hint ot yotllli. 110
Ih of nilddlo toliht, lean nnd wiry. His
thin, thoughtful fneo Is lengthened by
his. 1 ing, Mlky ln-nrd of ablo-nHvcr. and
lili tblek hair Is combed lntck from a
broad, high, brainy forehead. Ho has
light bltio eye., nnd n eninploxlon dnrk
cnod by the winds of hi dally horse
back ride.
At tho banniir-t given tho Chicago
Knlsht In York. Kng., Hey. Dr. 1-orl-mer
fotiml It dllllcitlt to say " My Lord
Mayor," anil employed Iho form "Mr,
Mayor," to llio no wnall nminemunt of
tho comp.iny, but I timing lo thu civlo
maj;nntu Uoald with peculiar Intona
tion of voice: "You mutt oxcne me,
your Honor." Latigh.l "I mean, my
Innl, but, thu truth N, I'm n good deal
of an American, nnd the word 'lord'
doe. not How Ainootlrly nnd trippingly
from my tongue." Aiplfttio from com
pany nnd smllo. of approval from May-,
or. Chicago Jtmrnnl.
MTJMOUOUS.
Grntn merchants seldom Inditlga In
short stories; they prefer ccruttls. Uo
toil Courier.
Hindi define tho difference bo
twecn a pltch-furk and a innluc-fork:
.Onni ii'cil tcuinnku liny w Hit, nud tho
otlmr to mako "A" with.
"Jomlmn Sii"nn. did you got my let
tor?" "Yo. Sambo." "I sent It In tho
Jiopo of raUIn' n, Unmc." "Snnibo, yon
Httccccded, for It lit do gn,."
"It's n rulo nt mj Inhlo," nahl nn
old folder lo hi guust, "that ouch ono
shall wipe his kulfo on his pinto beforo
slicking It Into thu butter dish."'
HnriKr's Hntar.
--Tho High School girl condemns tho
phrnso "tumble to tlio racket" ns llo
l.in". Sho sajs "prcclpiUto In tho di
rection of tho clamor" Is it moro ola
gant expression. Oil City Derrick.
"How old would jou think my
daughter wn," asked e violhcr of n
lady friend at ono of our timmor re
sort; "would you think sho wn eight
een?" "Oh. vo." wa thn cnndld ru.
ply, " I should think ulio w& clgl.teen'l
aoout wu yecrs agor" "iney never
spenk a Ihoy pass by" now. YonUrs
Statesman,
Young lady (Jttit from boarding
school, at dinner tablo) "l'leasp.napa,
I'd Hko a leg of tho roust chicken,",
I'ltn "You havo had ono, my dear,
ntl i-ni.H t.M..,l.n. I...1 .1... ...!.. II
.,. jwut ututiii;! Jinil lliu inner.
Xoung lady (In a sprightly matiuor)
"Oil, Miro enoiiglr! a chicken hni only
two leg. It' a duck that has four."
Harper's liuzir.
"Aro you to tuko astronomy noxt
lerm, Kllso?" liupilrod n clamato of
ncr young iriciui, "liunliy. Hut Au
gnstu Isglvlng mo splendid nslroiiq)!-
cni jes-ois tiiinng mo THOMiioii.
"Isn't that iileo? Ha ho tot 'books
and mi athvt?" Oh, Louls,'tMy iWr!
Hu savs I'm all the world to Mm. tutl
when I lean ray head oh hrk-ohterha
Is my Atla. "Jlarijord iVwf.
" What wa 'Tib trouble bet weou you
and another pi.rty. Mike, on tho nvctitio
lastuicnlngP ' Inquired an Austin eltl
icn of hi Hibernian porter. "Well,
yer oa, stir. It wa a bit of hcsUatlou
on Id, part." "A bit of heullntion?"
" Ye. ur. Yon see I gnvo him tho
choice av mv two fists, an' ho seejaed
to hotitnto lolko, an1 when I seen ho
couldn't mako tip hi molnd, I list zate
Mm Iho two av'oru for luck." Texa
""'vs.
- 'ATlqni in 1, it,, ii,.. In j-mtlj- ta
whatovor question might bo jirtiposctl,
alwnys began by saylBg: "I mka adU,
Unction. " A Cardinal, havlnr IhvM!
mm k dine, proposed to derive hh
aiumeoietit lor the company rom tkl
tcll-Jcnwn peculiarity o hi gtw1.
Saying to him that ho had tm iinpor.
hint (iticsllon to prop.', lm asked s ''Is
It iimler any clrcNt-uJtaBi'e Utwful to
baptize lBMipr" "I mako n iJI-Mlne-tlon,"
said tho pries U "If you askt I
It lawful lo baptize lu soup in general?
I nay ijo; If you askt In it lawful to bap
tlo Utjour Kxiolliiiey' oup? I gay
vo. for tkcni really no dlmircuco bo.
iween It and water,'
a a i
Wanted (o Settle.
Among the pefiers In a stage.
roach, stopH'd oq day lat iritw"y
rnaMbasresis In Montana, was a Un'o
ma wn was out there lo look over
tlw griHUwl with a view of etbl!bnr
a ckdhlnsj kire. Ho was the jt om
out of Iho coach, and as 1( wm or.
tiered to hold up his Jwdj, he calltnl
otttt
" Slientlcmce, Hike tobttledUcMe
like au honest ihb!"
" Keep j our bamU tipl"
" If I ciu'i iti.i5.ei an nsjBiif)t is my
bru thlcr Mose-1 settle uilt imi for twen
ty i-ents pn tier tlollar."
" You shut up and shell 9bt(" wa tie
stern command,
"Shenljerotns," continued 'tlw tIa-.
y&LMz&Wt&Wk :t Kbit
t.ii.o ' in i-. ii aaihii,. ii
-.T' T '-a "
waw ;ia t-fl
A I.lfe-Harlng Mateh.
"Well, sfr," ho liegtn. "there' not
much In It. It's nigh fifteen years li-go.
Thero wor none o' them blocK telegrafs
and Wostln'houo brakes. Bnd Pullman
car on tho cut then. It wor Juit such
a dirty night ns this, when the wind wor
tin and would na bo said. Wo had a
pitch In just at the edgo ot a viaduct at
tho Junction. Tho shuntln' tngln wor
acollectln' her wagons, and slin got
astride on tho facln -p'lnt lust ns tlio
down slow pn.scngor train camo a
kookln1 Into her and blookln' both
roads. Somo said It wor all on account
of tho signals. Other mado It out a
't wor cos Iho kiokln'-bnr wur out of
order. Any how tho (tovernmont In-
ipcctor could not clear It up, although
thero wero any amount of Engineers and
official down t P plans and sections.
Wo wor all confudon. Luckily none
wns much tlio worso Some wa shook
a Mt, and mi owld womin dlod of the
fright. I live close to tho line, and,
hearing the rrndt, rutined up to see
what wns nmls. I wor Just a goln' lo
help to clear up ono of the road when
something quite sudden Hko occurred
to my iiiolml.
"I nked Jpb Croft: 'Is (he "Scotch
man" gone up yet?' "
" 'No,' said somebody In tho dark.
" I think It wai the atntlmi.mMtnr. I
liml n red ltinip In my hands, and off I
started to slop her. Havo you overseen
hor go aoroa tho viaduct, sir? Site
comes down tho bank al sixty miles an
hour every night of her life. Tho In
clluo full onu in Miiontv. au rott may
gues-t she's not woatln' tlmo. Sho lust
slip down with her llflecn coacho like
well-oiled llghtln'. Well, a I wor a
sayiti', I run over llio viaduct like a
madman, make my way through the
tunnel, unit when I got Into the ciituir
Uio wind brouclit mo thu rour of the
tjcoiciimntt goitr like a rcu-not rocket,
through Drabble Dalit Slntton, a mllo or
moro oil. Thn wind It came through
the uuttlti' till I had, (airly to howd my
se'h on Iho rail to kefi myscii from be
ing a' blown nway.
"It wor then my lamp went out. It
wor blown clean out, nnd In no time tho
'Scotchman' would boa whliipln1 down
tho hill Hko a havrJanche of Hume. I
searched my pocket for a'malch. In my
coat-pockets tiuvcr a one, although I
generally carries n box, and havo done
ever nlnco tliat fearful night. At last
In my walstcoat-pockct 1 found one
mnteh ono mutch, and the wind a
bluwlit' through tho uiiltln' as though it
funnel. I'm not n Mint, sir, but I
knowed that thu live In that thunder
In' oxpret depended upon that one
match. If alio went Into thu fouled
Htiohhc'd drop otcr the vladutt Into
tho river Tho perspiration covered me
with cold sweat. I could hear my heart
n thumpln.' For a moment I felt a'
dtszy like; then I pulled niyecii togeth
er nud throwed my whole life into one
short proyor.
It wor nil done In a moment. I
felt then in thu ciitltu' for a crevice,
and, thank God! there wor n small
openln' whero tho fogmen shelter whwi
they nro slgnnlln' tlio trains ott thick
night. I crept In thWcre place. I
open my lamp nnd pTit tho match In
tuitu tin! Irnmo. Itrombled lost it should
fall, lint somehow 1 wor strangely cool
nnd steady about tho hands. I struck
and liuddlod around tbo match. The
wick caught tha lire, Mid I wor Jtwt in
tlmo to Jump from tho hole Into the Mx
foot and wave the ml signal to tim
driver of the 'Scotchman' a she ruaked
past taster man tuo wiuu. he wor
agoinlt Hut the driver wor on tlw looki
out, nnd "bad seen tho red light. All I
could see wor tho tall lumps on the rr
guard's van; but I could 'earth ihtHfjer
whittle for all Uw brake to be clapped
on. and I 'card 'em a grim! In' oit the
metal, and there wor a gratln' that
told me ho wor a ruvcndn' the IaTln-M
"Stopped?" ,
"Yes, sir, just a she got on the edge
of (ho vliidtiet. Ho hid her bnirr
ptank not three yards from where the
lino wor a' fouled.
"The sweat poured down my face a
I made for the junction again, but I
knowed I'd saved the trtdn, and I
prayed again not In word, but with a
wn ot ciiouing gratiliula that oatne up
in uig utiniiiig jurnj) m my threat.
Somo of my mate gave me tide 'era
watoji and chain, ami I wa shifted up
by the uperliitHdtit ti a ganger's
job, Imt I dunna tefce fm mKch credit to
myiwn, for ProyMeMa lit tho match
that night in the lorw. CatfcWaXiig
ari'wr. m a . i
AbaHiIetied Ve.
DerelieM alway aftpear to me a a
kind of ocean becifur. Thev kmr
about tlio path of well-to-do siiip, and
exmuiiing imiir muiiiAieit siiiiup ami
broken aldfii, crngo and courtesy for
help a tho vessel go by. They are. It
wttt bit admitted, a a rule, wilerahly
iwor- in rag and wlthoht a " bM
Inrdcn" In thcl.- pocket. Th m
despoil them first; but if Neptune over
Jookr an) thing of worth, it la pretty
sure t6 bo carried away by one or other
of tho le.vtol which may hear down to
kayo a look at the wreck and ovefisMtl
her. "FotMMt a gwd qoeirler-hoat
Koalriag a4,gbJ(J; got ft aboard ami
titijoeaacd." Or, "Nothing to be
totaiyt oa deck or below; looked tu if
Jf"S teffiXLl? MPl
to all 4 wt ( Im h. Mieh nfs.
ucH are Mmtetlinaw to be found kt
W-books. Here 1 orw that I at Gila
wMwnt light om! "The Oenuan ' Wrk
BstMitia roporta. Uanah ML alu-ht.1 .n
unknown brk; al sail aet, ad on flrsl
aft i ftHWHl a tlilrty-foot Hfs-boat adrift,
whleh wa taken Aboard, lit wh'ob vret
jMHe tbftoco, provhiloita, awl a atone
butter-tiot." DouUlea the. DuUdnmm
enjojed the lobaoeo, and ate with re Huh
the provWotw and the btttter. The
OeH Swell reported aWkUug a veel
right , ahead, whfc oofy rymt
Jtdig:. "The e-ro w. all .ro.
out of Um i waUa-hsteh, bnt her alter-
hold WS' Ml Ot MMlk. till JmmI m
forehe4 t I think her forebold
tatwtlMtyo Wei full of otukf also. 2
fancy Ouit alw ha Ww )W4 with
run Awi mohaeo,,trMi runt bauur
iHjt Ih both end, keviiing Oh tm2
Wt." Mwwfe,ia wateZ.
queutly the rtmi wm not to be eome at,
avd to all that poor Jack o( Ike Oceao
Swell cimiW do wa to look yeaialBirlv
down at the tks and then, witk wa
teebwr mouth, tumble ltwUlll ltq
kW boat Mid row aboard his idp amH.
A hre ixtvuiBtru derelict we that
""i wnj iio, io scorv m
which 1 rnd with luteroatlii m iasorP
ct paper a faw da) go, Wte, wn
foiUtd ill sit Mediterranean and boar Jl.
All MUjrj4bn her, hi' a-ita bviu
!.,, r-Mvruii ,i;i, yi. i
creature wa, to bo $ietif
'X rn-r,j
1 i rt
WP-
AM,.
at
their dlittter eeokeil and imd, sailsr fi
be left ttBtoHehd?,t TVe enaWt way
perhnp to naive the rHfc&K M ta' elbbe- y
We Uw story. ui,lf H-be ttwi jt to '
extraordinary, imd sWttWt feoanstensl fe '
sell a a marine pro Went wry well
worth the notion of a Mtidiwritr!
on the lookout for a tsjtrject, I .
lna-.nil ajpaia. k..iajH.aie. ft tlaltaIteil ''
1 encountered thaA motm a' trtnidw-ll
fully rich ttt-lan. .fuaJa Wa ta Fsdl M
Afton. At about 880 mlW from.Ma-iJ
delra a I'reneh yj1 fell in wHh al
1 . fu ... .ttt. X.aa. -1 aakaaLal'
largo iron jnugiimi ifiij', iMii.uunaii, n.
sho wa conveyed, fo tint i!laid by f
French S(tiadrn of hiM(i. attil
proved to be the Falk e Aljw,rAMvr;
Iron ship, loaded wit 9,0OtotM X rail
way 4eieK, IM tone of pin .Iran, 1A
ton of Imlthy oofd.'aitd SMtonsfof rtfkc
a ntee HtUn hmil fnr Koisaleur, a, thu1
alvnare afterward tVroVjd. " Ji'"fm
rhanreti a-wtiaat mm UaaUMti him imi
dunvoreirto sink Um Wiljt y ouUIn
tho suction-pipe nw, iMMtnlttsr tire
cock in the after-pMk3mt tEw M
oiled, and whether it wan wrtotnd or a
and what Wcanm nf that rnual osvn 1)1
recollect. KtKOtiHKtriBj-' Hmi brlnidi? 1,
to port a few ueh derefltnU sufttM n! I I
of Afton would soon ma) a men' Ml t-
tine, atid If Umiv wiv hum
mlelit hear ol iHtblio 'AoaUlMiMn
formed fr tN wttrb; x a
doned eraft'. with' n ndm w fllri
onairmen. ihh hhv sra swanaiansr ,
and thl ago of Iron :mke thent raat t
every day. Kven when . vwiafH , 1
Irwitd tvnilb linaaiii-rlna- 1 matt, llfavii
t
often jeopartniteil liitiAaMnghir; ori ;
she k to lie towed, theav.. after a tUnIi ' l
manniuvi-ing and many litHtni of det i
the derelict lta (tiiitly- t f it ii
droppei), with a o-blea.aj on ljij i .
iieau ami nefcrty regm rm tha skipper f j
part that he ever sighted' her. fid '
struggle i sometimes a desperate oc '
Tlio abandoned eraft, like an IrUhroaVd
pig, refuie to go 'nitevl. She ban !r
anwer her helm. The tow-rope Jparu t, .
In a gale o-f wind, ., the wreck driua
away to leeward and h loet In lit- '
thlcKties, and the little eompanr-jOl'j ,
men who Iiave been pttt aboani of l it ' ", ,
11 ml themselves) nmtty much la !lw ;
same dangerou situation' the re Ti ,
first crew ocettpled before they wur: r :
succored. If ever money i merltoriiKaf- '
ly earned. It la by the men who reeetv-j i '
rcwanl for ' brliglg a wrecked Vet';
to tKirt. o
Itjs not ary loog since three nierj
were ploketl up in an men boat in
North Sea by a foretfH baric. Ko,
story told wa thlt They batloajrect t T
an KnglWi tkhlng eutlar. aad, wlslle
crtiratag a dereMot v easel wa stgnta)).
drifting. The cutter sent a beat wA
three men to lioanl the Teasel, iai-
when tliey-arriyed they found ber ta nj"' '
a brig. The wind wa breeainf rtu al
the Line; it frwbeaed Into a giu;'n si
tow-rotie by whieh the awtaok; wa f
deavonng to drag the brff parted,n
Iho cutter wa Ihowm out aije(.T- Jct-
wa Impossible to stop alioardthe wa!; r-- ' '
loggttd hull, so the three men got hw
their boAt and they had been drift ng
about for forty-Hra hettM jvhea tfc V
elgn bark came tuMMt, ihuraTTK f
sin'h jituff U the.piiHArteaiottliAtJy: ,.,r
to Iw woven; and, tnaterhl lor jnAsJ"-1- " '
wild and wonderful.yarn TnyJi4 '
found at thl iuou.ut umotag wrtMJ'j..'r'
abttiidoaad ami drifting" iabrica, '.' '
Wtio-3 ueen sitiee the green ea
roUingiii foam, or whoee bull,
the xleant of the bUok water la the
visible throttgli the opeit hatehe.
M
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watirilr with the oil-atHooib awall. i b l
drowKed seaaiBa, whose bodte iV-v'
necajMMl from the hammock in w m
they wet sewn, a4 Uarti rtaen t tl i
Mirfaoe to lok blladly m to Hw ? t b
till ileeay seettem tir dct
ten tnoAu niiaa of, nu--
TeMwra. " - (? r
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A Jans n JBIB.W ass B Aaasxaajsil .
'.Think of a man f4tkjr aeaeiek
rkUuaT on a loeomotive evatIaw.''
Co4or nsrier, who laat weak
(town from iitataatunja w
Cttyat the rat of mora thaaai
tiihtuttJ to rttaoh Ut badsjii) at..-.
eww-1 " 3alekes' to. oft
the term to apply te tha ooih
MHii snfe it MtMr tbm aarcf
name tiutt T esn thsak ot Mr1
oreatotl tlie same fesaUig of wreti i.
hiud tliat a fan, linnaM n.. a. .... .. .
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ar.ru vttraa tiu, nalu talaa il nf r tl.' i . . .
lug oauNaHl by the rolilnsf. of a reivel.'It k
wa brtmghtou by tho pttefciajf ttii ?'
totaling trf the toeomotive. (
"I received a stdegram telling pt-Hr
my chlldU conditio about two ii I In .
arternooii. Kvery nwraent after1 t-i it
KeotHi seemeu aa nottr, I walaMjuc
exiiintie wm the tnwfar. Ibr X baa pi
up ftK-Mrntal Mbrrrt wttk tka lu. i.
I eagagtNi a'speckl otvnvayaaoe at m i
Tkl... U.A. Mt.IH.. 1.... .. I -A
AHvianai auHiiai isua utv itantiiiin.i
aim t sat m wiu t!M engineer, u
mtclw wm seat ahead orderinc
regular; tralA lo ruu ftr sidlnga hI i
Tnaln tittil the eoglue pasted. Wt f i
about a minute gcttlnir out of 'Jiejlfitr
up part of Camden. Then wesfteai fiti
w rate could be Uw fast for niei M.
we ruaiied aloiur, we anrtdouJoii Uh
In a clout) of duet that wa thki x, Si
Une that I could mt mu halt a m
yarn atpau. z) wkUtlc sweastiU
now? ot wtsrsuog atmoM every am.i
Indeed, U, eemed to wr MMttadu ui
that It wm aU um wUtl aJk. e
lnjr f rots the. Delaware to t&Fsea.
we had a taw rniim th attar
wit to pltohaswl Um. and ilE
mcreasoi; iMsMmnar awn vi
Now. we atHisMct to b 7uta a
n-j w rasa, issi saw ar, atrO,
quick m thouajht, to he bm 4
leaulug lata a eraek. Tha,
Helil aast bouaM war Hke, a
niatiK, waviiur stteak. I hum.
Mat and 41. mmI H had ai
JOT UM rUaalNf WUMt I M)B I tal
swooned inrtiat tanriafe oab.
gtntmr wm perfootlrrcooi ' Be ,d
waru tteciared Mtat wer tofore h
goae at, so high a rate of trpetutilo ,a
resH a itistAAoe. i toht h'uv nt m
Malliieof hikneM. h ty. He V i'
bAVtuWdoW railrtutd u toOJ ,!
paaseavof had hseu uijW aMisr' i
faatrLI nw bl T -.. .w laS , .-'"
When wa truck the moadow aai,1 '
a whif of aalt air I bnwed un si b '
l felt ottaar aad uaateady on u aajrll ,-,
eveu afUr we had tfauibfJ ilia at) ,
awi I 'had aligfarad. Itdt at if t
tun uutii jn iruai a rouga sti-, '.
Hut I WM .i. tint. 1 OAtV sauai
tlie llJbt f my uhilii' eye, fttW
Irttead. but still ioatltve NHkfcUJi,
HI loat' every taiuf eat wm
J'uMpAto Timtn.
-!Tiy have avarv !aar.
unaacv in ooata iiertue
ni-Ki-'. tutt uavut n,.aer fur
Wit With A uitH t4 uisj a
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