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Beretcd to the Interests of the Cherokee. Choctaw, Chickasaw, Scmif-elc. Creeks nd nil Other Indian of the Indian Territory.
ommFTAm publish imc co.
YINITA, INDL TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1881wV
VOL. in. NO. 13.
Pa k aaade is France rata the
"hop -rioo, ttaftt Jt k claimed thai the
kor soeaoed m Ae "best substitute for
ngs jet obtafamU as it possesses great
Ieag&, tHnaf-th. fexibnity and deli-ca-"-v-.
Bootok baa M apple Balssioa which
distrfbc; -",9W or 5,000 bushels of ap
ple iiw nag the poor every year. Com-pao-t-ea.
with aakscheate ought to make
the rore tract Bocasty go eff aad
THE WOELD AT IA1GE;
A Summary of tho Dolly ITcnre.
Is Pari-, mi ekctrie lamp fed with a
J-o-rtai-oeacff laudator Ms been 'selects
groes. Tne sky was snghtiy overcast. A
ivlvid ftarh of Hfthfoing, followed lasts ntiy
dap of wander, startled tbe party.
I Xk vautb. fell dead. His etetbisc was
tjMro.sared. bat the stria as his body
i"tt-&s brefcen in only one small place.
riimi Bncnrn, a verv desperite Montana
Tnr Senate met on December 1 at"aW i mrwbe, wbo fatally abet Han . lloche some
and wc promptly called to order. A eea-t atneago and made bis escape, was recently
nuttee was appointed to wait on tho trc nptwei at LagrnB-re, Orew lit- officers.
reove Ms 'JSZStfZ B : -I"- Binder mad. his
tlai of Senator Sheffield to ell the vacancy -scar-e attain after a des perate rtrnggleand
S?T1.bT tbP Jesuh of Senator Acikflnt ar "led to Baker City. intending to tat-a train
Khode Island, were presented. Scvcwlbi'V , ,i. ,., ,u' tu. T..,t3i...iT
rdrcjluUotK were presented when lo"c -. foT tbe E thTe'- Deputy jerll
sage was received, after which Senator A-I and a posse of men surrounded the desier
KILLED ST CRUEl WORDS.
How Malicious Gomatpt Dn.r - a Woman to
ukL readcred ebEgatory
McktektMksss pipes. ltis proca-j
Me that aaasy disastrous- explosions
lrffl tiuu b avoided.
drccb. announced the death of fer-a.u
tnonr. and the fenate adjourn
House was promptly called to
noon, and a committee appnlhted
the Senate and the President that
was ready for business. Ttie mr(s
for T1SC '.2 Hoow adjourned.
Is- the Senate on the ed Mr. Shi5bL
Tkt It' organized church among
the Zulus of Seth Africa has adopted
aooe of Jta rales: "Xo member of
.till ctarch ahull be permitted to drink
toe white aaaa's grog, or native beer,
-of tomes it who. his Bps.
ado and compelled bim to surrender. Bin
der was brought to Portland and heavily
"stfctckled. Although only twenty-three
vj... Alit ttA I yv .t..mi. ifj. nnit !,
'be"n concerned in several murders.
Bos Pcteiusox, said to be the leader of a
pan; of borploxs at Decatur, IIL, wis ar-
i n sted and jaileil a few days ago. He was
charged with beuv one of the pane -n-iio
' wetit through a loading dry goods store
not Ion;: ago, when several honored dol-
Ix the pw&e scicola of Greece the
lour Goaaeis l the FeK-Testament are
aaed as a rer by the cbOdren of the
most advanced classes of the primsrr
'departaieat, aad the ner 3Cnister of
L- . EdncatioB; proposes to extend their use
' ato ttKTaiter school.
new Senator from Shodo Island t5
In. A resolution offered by Mr. rirrc Str
injr an InmtUrarion imo the lrM--ttH
dinn Territon forcrazinjrorolbcrDur
called out an animated debate. The matter
cnallr went ever ono dar In the Iloufc i , , " ." " . . , ,
JJc. r'ollet. as a questtoa or prfrjleiro. Intro-' lars' worth of goods were hauled away on
dnced a preamble and resolutions directing a hand car. The coods were subsequently
an inqnlrr into the oondact of United StateM. . ,. timing- hmiriT. hhi
Varshal WrUrat. of Mjo Southern District orj oima ta tte timber, where they were nid-
Ohla. Tor rmploj-tajr and armlnr deputy Mar , den.
EbaUtn ClacuuuUl at the Octolr election, i . ,, ..
manr cf whom wpre -noiorJous criminal ! A ovrKET was rrceaUy on fot in
"and TDen known to bare vicious and brutnl Xew Tore to restrain the eminent trag-
SSSfi.'?5, A UrrJrdJi. Jon,03rt-'S? ' Jotl McCnltengh, ui an Insane asy-
Oie resobit.on was adopted without dirS.on. , ., " ... .
The- Interstate Contmerce bUl was then lam. His wife was thought to, b the
tatto tp and Mr. Iteapan offered bl rab-o- mover' in tbe cause, llr. MeCoIIoughs
l-Sn255e- mte-i 1 mind has not gained Ms accustomed vigor
and hs wOl rrobably become a raving
tho Iloiue until adjournment.
Is the Sense on tho Si Mr. HcTher-joa
Introduced a bit! to rufpend the coinage of
vrrer dollars. Mr. Vets rcolution eaSlnir
for en invent satlon into tte lcaed bird In.
4 tno lnctan Xerntnry was taken up.fllvesea
1 and -wrrcedto. Bills were introduced, and
The long expecteI completion of tha
great Washington monument obelisk took
place at Washington, D. C, on the after'
the Fenate adjourned. In tbo iiouw? the j noon of December 0th. Tbe ceremontes
Senate amendments to the Ilond bill for
The nastvrvF iVm in thn TTnito rcIttnffnnearsedlHnd-CTantsor the Atlantic
jj Baaroi saeep in tne LiBlted & p.onc Sailroad were non-concurred in.
.. outiea k at.wy.uou. xnat is about a
sheep apiece for as, bat we were obliged
lo tatport dwiae; the pasf year orcrTS.
JO,000 ponado of wool in order to sup
ply the oVeaaaad for home use and what
otue . wawfictared stmia we arc
able toscfl iw owtsWers.
for the naval errce watenafecd. The Inter-
State Commerce bill war Jken discucd
Is the Senate on the 4th llr HOI intro
duce! a resolution declaring it Inexpedient
to discontinue the coinage of silver dollars
end cave notice that be would can it up at
I an earif day Tbe Senate soon wenrtnto el'
Bcautwci. iaaa are asade entirely of
the ptaaMge of tropical birds in their
aataralcwlotB. A. web of feather cloth
k forawd by yi-aiay the plamage, each
Bay feaSter seperatelr, upon silk fab-
rie. This girm therJeKtape the precise
ippearaaef a hViatMrd. The tops
are tipped jrhk mbeck feathers.
.A-sax wImIms traveled much savs
thatHfe-ia ahe Xerthwest in winter
way be ataoV tm coiiitUljIo as in any
theeitiaswftheXasL He find that
lie ptacea where oa saSered most in
tbewiaterafeialatdes like that of
South CaroKna. where no reasonable 1
preparations are asade for winter.
ecntlvo ses.ou and then adjourned In tbe
uoure j&r- .Mornon lmroaucea a iu to ap
ply any surplus in tbe Treasury, above a
certain amount, to tbe redemption of out
standing bonds. Other bills were introduced,
when tbo lloue took up the Interstate Com
merce bilL and tbe Itesnn sulntitnto was
supported by a numbed of moabcrs. Ad
Jourccd until Houdar.
tttog maaner last .
sMreasof theXltc H-w tribw
-" WWHlPJiaur 'Wasaiatoa'JIrrtra Wu-,.
J. ABway in tiaae for the reeeptJon of! 5" tTTv
Tm.iiI.mIi.T ii.TTi.i Ti f J.v i "
coveriw -.-. is
rErtsox.u. A roLmcAi
The oiTirisl vote of Texas came tardflY
butbetvy. Tbe vote was, Cleveland, 23,-1 suit.
38; Blaine, S3; St. John, 311 BaUer,
3111 ; Bel va Lockwoodji. Cicvelaad over
Gov. Cixvr lxsd said be intended to re
sign, tha Gubernatorial oSce Jansary G,
iaet has been determined upon.
Fbascxs D. ltan.TOX, of Beecber-Tntoa
notoriety, died at bis botse in ew York
December ith, of paralyis of the heart.
He bad not been well for some time.
Carrars Bjumxrr, Cniet of tho Hy
drojsaphic OiSce, Xavy Depart
ment, has just coxpiefcd a large chut
of the Arctic nr,
tie trader ti
' Presideattal callcrs.oB "ew rear's Dar.
Tbzxb is ia. Xew Grenada a enrioss
rejetabie prsdnct knows nndcr the
ae of the islrilaat. Its juice can
Jb aaadaa wiidBgwithontaayprevions
jwiHialpa. The- letters traced with
it are of a reddish color first, hnt tarn
peditionaad i. -th.
tioa under Tifi-n--an jivsj;
were very short and simple from the fact
that February M has been reserved for the
Ox the night of December 6, the passen
ger train on the little Rock, Mississippi
Biver & Texas Railroad was stepped by
fourmasVed train robbers, three miles be
low Little Bock, Ark-, who ran the train on
a switch, aad with drawn revolvers pro
ceeded to rob the express car and tbe pas
sengers. The passengers were- relieved of
th.ir money and watches. After this they
were ordered to keep quiet .for tea
minutes nndcr penalty of death, and
the robbers took their" departure. Tbo
amount taken was thought to be about
Sy. The State offered a reward of
$1,009 for the. robbers and tba railroad com-
1 pany a like amount. A posse went in pur-
hlood hounds were put on their
trail and they were traced into Little Rock.
Before soon the next day Joseph Cook, J.
C Jones, John Clifford, Liarles Campbell
aad a boy named Parker, six ia all, bad
been arrested. Joaes will probably be re
leased. Three of those arrested have been,
identified as among tbe robbers.
GaEXT excitement exitts in Dclnth,
Himu, and other places In regard to gakl
and sflrer on the north shore of Lake Su
perior, between Dutath and Pbjeoa Biver.
Exciteaient is at ferer beat and intensify
ing. Ic the past few months explorers
have been traveling nil over the region ex
ploring for precious ni-lals and over 3S,
009 acres of Government land have been
bought. The greatest interest is
glascs all the in the extreme northern portion of Lake
Wreely expedi- County, adjoining tho Canadian border,
mart i us' t dis- Tbo largest and most promising deposits
tt- ei4 t- ?:-yebeai found there. The way the gold
: dPerwwed,. it was said, was that G.
UU-ialgan, cad George Ash, of
Intended for ex-
don of Xjcaten-
aajpth, weatto towssbip 81, range 7, aec-
afcsepbbkiafewhcrirs. This iaiee I
also apoik steal seas less than eommnn tho-MonongafcSWadlPeter's Creek Coal 1
A. I M . -u !: . . I
lafe. i t-cmpany-sniie,ir-rtr coal iilan, jl, a .
lew xnomingic.ajBae fatally injured two
a aie!dft"4 Rnivc.
ifinnLr.noEorwit, X. Y December C
A sad story, the outcome apparently of Idle
anil malicious tongues, romrs from Red
Hook, Dackf-w Comity. A few weeks ago
Prof. Uriah II. Brown, principal orthc Un
ion Free School there, and his wife bad a
hrppy borne, Xowilr. Brown fills a sui
dde's grave, and tliere Is reason to believe
the lrafsH)rs mind has been affected br
tbe severe mental sala and grief to which
be has been snbjecicd. It mx-hi5 that some
sciinol girl, or, as ome say. a colored boy,
started a minor that Mrs Brown bad been
seen in rouijuny with a business man of
Red Hook at a late hour at iiLrliU People
who make a biines uf spreading en-s;p
and tliese. including members of chnrches
beard of the questionable rumor, and. With
out taking pains to inqu.re as to it trntb or
falsity, rrtaiird it all over the village and the
country, bcMnircliins the woman's charac
ter, wrlMnionued ieroiis lieliri-e. without
racse. Swne fneud at bvt told Mr. and
Mr5. Brown about tbe ugly rumors which
were told, and the latter at once began an
action for slander acatnt the circulators of
tbe report. Mrs. Brown wai of a nervous
excitable disposition, and the story of nu
cbastit) imputed to her preyed cp.ui ber
mind night and day. Her ren.on became
afffcted, and she cummitted suicide by tak
big paris green. The funeral services over
tbe remain of the slanderer's victim were
impressive, and the story of her death con
tained a moral that all could raily read and
understand. After the burial of hi wife
Mr. ltrnwn, wlio wa nalunitiy a
genial man, became morose and pcei'
in bis manner. It soon became evident
that the strain wa more than he could bear,
and be resigned as principal of the school.
Mr. Blown could be seen walking the
streets late at night, and finally he dog?ed
the footsteps of the man wIiomj name bad
been coupled with tiut of his dead wife.
Tlie man ran away and exaped. A few
day. ago thU same business man wai
awakened about to o'clock in the mnm-
in by bearing some one knocking at the
djr of his roKiencc. It wa Mr. Brown,
and, on being asked what he wantetL be
uiuuiblrd Mimetliing about wanting to see
niiu about Mrs. Brown. The merchant. It is
stated, thrust his revolver out of tbo win
dow, at the same time staling tint be would
iboot if Bmwn did not go away. The Pro
testor lias left Red Hunk and gone to mhuo
point near llarrUburg, l'a where he for
A Kailroail Ilrei.ioo.
TortKA, K.VX, Dererabcr & Tho Hail
road ConiniiEiioners have made a decH.on
ta the case of the Kansas Lumber Company
t Uutehinson, vs. tire Atchison, Topeka Si
Santa Fe Railroad Company, in which-the
lumber company complains that tlicy
shipped from San Francisco, CaL, oric car
lead of Inmbcr billed tn Uabtead, Kaiu. the
freight charges on which were 170. Tho
nunptainant rennested the railroad com-
IMiiy to fet out tl.e car at
UBtchinson, which tlie coinpanr re
fused to do, but hauled " tbe
car of lumber to Hak4-ari. the station to
wakh the car was bHird, that station being
the first billing station east or Hutchinon
for through traffic from California. The
freichtwas then hauled back from HaUtead
to Hutchinson, and the rates between the
two latter points charged for the return
In defense the railroad company cbimed
that tlie rate charged to tlie Kansas Lumber
Com ion y at Hutchinson is the liiwest that
can be figured on that das nf business.
Uatstead being the nearest throHch
billing point from California, Califor
nia freight taking thromth rate to
Ilalstead, the same as are charred on
Missouri or competitive buiueti. Onr
manner cf transacting this buinex is the
amr that is In eif-ct on all the nruls ivct
of tlie MIsMiuri River on the Cal'fomia
trade. The CorntaixVtonen drcidrd that
this was a tlirongh shipment npo:i a through
talc from the State of California to a jxint
THE NATION'S HAW.
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FoCnTTEX boy a'btteW escaped frma the -oTorkfid conner. TbU Jul thwn to m,
House of RefBe5MJ -LouisvOle, Kr,"by the Presence of -oJd and .aver, and ft-
meaas of a rop sheets and blan- icrtber search they can-e to rock which
fc S - - M. lllfrV fflt rwT tain VnfrMirtar1 nM
Ar cxploslaaMhdarm? occurred la' Samnles were broucht back and
urctapaiuca ubjn ? to uio ion, ana , in this SUte. and was Inter-State tralUc.
fha Mtnnil flna aVtrutwiliwawi TTmiis nf . - l ;i a aa. a . ..
, - I. iiV-iT l i ,- v. -----" '"jB"-i-ureruiaiiB8wuniiuj no control ctuier
XWTT thoesasd wrjodebnil- !,. rniaers named JsJajrfBiarpIessaadMichael un n divnusn viuiMt mtriM nl i ih. niM .h,.i nr fi.. .,.,:... .
fcei kffled in Few Hamosbire dnrin-! ?le- 4tftJ vhick ibred j jand m that repion. The conntry is rough, ! w hich it shouhl be bUtoL In the absence
the ikhmI -- ?,;?. . cv-Z aDota?iarwajust.Eoneto work, 'rocky and broken ap by Innumer- of ConsresMoual rvgniatton on tbe snb-
Mn.k Zr-t - .. v TC "T '' -!OT wht, pusrnng.
C' ZTTi . , T m-iwaenaae jrw-gaea rroat taetr naked ,,-a townships. The new discover
er; total for woodchnck kUling of j Iampr, andjf JJoa fo3owed, which j ies are oa a line with Babbit Mountain,
5,000. JUefcoiar each woodchnck ', tSrB1r J" 'M rendered Insensible j from which largo quantities of silver ore
wetfit fve poeads, the total wcisht jj? menT t&!er tie otha miaeTS ! have been taken. Sufficient is known to
nf lit fiftx- tknuJ 11 . -P13 IT mr-",, ; tho!,howtbat cold exists and in nrohaM
Boylo were Tescned navinir nn.-inti- Tha nmnln tntan tn
doubted right to make arrunzeinenti
willi connecting lines in other States by
which lower rates are offered in this class
I of business at competitive points than are
fftr thoafiMd wOl aErreanUe"!!: aVLA Jaar-,"""""! now ttat & probably truest of Uie comntainant tu set out the
hoadredaodtwrten.;i:- ZTZ jSIZILJfl ZZ PyiaS3aanf- Tho ampI" taken to car or lumber at Hutchi.u.n had been
I : : .iTJ Jrything IKMible daaeto Ann Arbor, llieh aasavrd from .OIKtstn .ni.l ft.. i.,.!. t.i i
. tj tv 1 V --.- - a.OTaMa mw iuiuia: VtUIUJJ tlUUlU IMIC
j' jag - - ww a ' - w a.w w Mk. au WVIIMUVM . vMUUtv V . UlUilt-tltUC
A- ntai oerarroa ai .ltcnonuf, i assaved from J40 to O03 a ton. A rtn-
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b . resaaarjwaica resulted la tnoeath d'Alene excitement U predicted by many
;.ioiii.amraiaaa-iir. vunooa iav-
Crdiioa i.o.JctM have bees in i
j rencs, Letfc scknowa citizens. Tbe did-
i "i.- ry - . . : : zr s"
in d. r.p,t . f0 J"S? "? . ?a y rC.
4f . : T-. - 1 '""'"M M-UNXUi Ul iUMUiiim A41
iU, ig74, aed facr ansband. Sir J rena.re4 tli shots, each taking effect,
CharfcjDilke, is Preaidcnt of one of tbsit-rftBo'aitiating Simpson's bearr
rirh i rrmatinn rn-irrir- 1 LawraawjfeiMd some hours after the
gagJ-LoadoK fer twentrvEara.
orp-k Lady Dilke was bernei&
Tac last session of the great Plenary
Council at Baltimore came to a close with
great pomp and ceremony a few days
-BOfc rents im Arabia are nearly as I A&ht5ibz. explosion of dynamite and
loWAin a -aeertcd PeaasrlTanis 60. P,f ocenrrod rccenUy at the hoase
otai A Fce-ch traveler mentions his HWfS. Ia Stafford, X H. Eight
gvero injured, lour fatally. Mr.
I,.., up u iog b woi uug. i. nepnew,
A crrawT fire at Dryden, Mich, burned
an elevator. Loss, !,.
j Five theusaad men, women and children
have been thrown out of employment by
the firms composing the Beat and Shoe
Manufacturers' Association, at Philadel
phia, Pcan. The raanufactarers daim their
course was justified by the attitude of their
employes ia refusing to aeeede to their
proposition for a joiqt board of arbitration.
This refusal they interpreted as virtually
amounting ta a strike en the part of thr
Tbe J. I. Case Plow Company, of Racine
WU, lately proposed an asMgaraeut ir
favor of their creditors. The uaecured
liabilities were from $JWW to jTMfl, anJ
tbo assets nearly 0910. The heaviest
creditor was J, L Case, President of the
company. Other large creditors were irop
and steel dealers of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Geoboe Sxtdeb, a farmer, aged forty.
";? ieoaalortable dwelling at Berey-
.mamtmgwt two large rooms on ' GernraB. Young, of LowelL wa showing
jWaai.losr asd three smaller j aodjpnamite charges sboald be used when
wOMfCeeiwes a faacioss conrtrard snr- oWasploded. Concnrslon also exploded
g3Wtd br high walls, for alTot which ife"aader of the cartridges and two
ieWthirrr-centa perMonth. &ZZ5Z
Btrarar I. - only rati ttSFS'ZgSZStt
ya-ager she world who con-jtwo whoM ne, aot curtained.
arofa trailway reaching across a contj-1 Young's daughter and Barry died. Some
. is rood extends from Hamp- ' others were serioaily injured. The boase
asryaad k MeajphLj, and fromXew asd contents were burned to the ground.
Ortaui aa San Franclseo. makriin-: A acrr for criminal negligence was lately
. . ltt .!..,. T. -l -.f.l 1 """ o-", -
pmnur oe-picte transconttnextal : r'rhZZZi.lXZ: UrtaK near-Barrytown, O was put in Jail
Itae. Heabo owns a tcamshin Dnc I . ....V, TV,.. , Utely charged witb the murder
- -- , .. - r -. i wuj. Avuiw-cu yviauuo woo &U1CU uva
imm .mv Tvftr tn nTfnlK ami Xat I . ,-
Bobccsox TTkvt and Edmond Jefferson,
two nramlsHit rharmrt ' n nf Fnr Kmi!t.
in the world has l Ark- were placed on trial in tho United
by 'Walk, of Lad-' States Court a few days ago, charged with
hm .. .L..J1 1 mimlri'i. it m.n t.i-.bI vimi mw Z"1.
outg. 7a.J..i i case was an interesting one. and morn than
t . -"- - bbbbii :nri. iiii-:ib
CB.aiiga, T'TS2l7w11 ZT . twenty witnesses were in attendance, and 'TX. """-"' "" -. -UurtTHBX
leetio !, li-rty-two ,, Was much excitement- - ; manded her money, and, upon her refusal.
v1- in -fiwaC aar -sixty- -.,.-. . . , .. ""ea ner asu mwio mm. presuio unuer
frota ba to irac. ibf Tnx Toledo, O., Prodace Exchange Utdy jt- of death to h about the
Jeeihsgh. It cOBWawwwrjMt an address to tbe ralw ay managers murda.. He sahl they burie.lher. H-
iandrcd ana wraij r-p tmecoaaaynrgiaguiasiretsnx cnarges body was disinterred and found In It
titmA sminC aunurc -. , --. ,-,. m u - i w
ulwfc n i m.1 T,1n, rtf rMtwi ntmlnM. tlt..
i jmmr nrrrm . . . z -.. a.v.m. m,v
Mesatapoint where such rates ilhl not
iirevalL and if such a request hail becti
complied with In one Instance, it wouhl
have been manifestly unjust to bare re
fused like requests in others ami till
wonld result in the destrnctioii uf tlie inter
state traCc arrangement referred to.
from Tew York to Norfolk and New
charged with the murder of hi
mother, Catharine Sayder, aged seventy
five years, who had been missing
from her home several weeks. Mrs.
Snyder had a mortgage en her son's farm,
and went a few days ago to collect the in
terest. He paid her (IS. His story wat
that he started with ber the next day to
the railroad station, when two robbers de-
T ft V 4 rtTT Kavpaoi asat TTnU.1 Vtaru
.UJL.ljai ti .a j - m. -T - ku.vj vsi..vs . swaaaw. wa.vo
IT reT,J,on, nam"wj"SHaens oi . Hnw dswd Uui prtje, for e
eent among the 't" " " , extension to.a-at treaty for seven
Mtf mast of York i i". yean, fm ,jjp aj 0r ratitteation.
em am. e oj- i A ixw mnrnlags ago a fire in tbe stables J be the S-nate en tbo h Mr. MfteheH
loBrr,ri0aoT""aDU lof rhaHilIs, Swine- Pawvi- Riiiniiii,j .i. . t un...- .
mJ . j V1. V, , ruiaii;i, ujcrviiinxriimiaiiiiinwriiriai
oats ate fXed ont m.e iTjcaapanyatUjlbmore.MiL, completely de- ' Grant's request. Secretary MeCeHoch's
with air we nt'XieiH asaroj - mre- oauutng, togetner will noauaatioa was favored by the Finance!
W'ndlnchaxinaids, ifj I oiiae company's cars and fifty . Committee. Mr. Blair introduced a bfll to
UtCiaamfe " Zaarsea. anau nirtl in ui. h.P in ' .u .i. i i . t .....
spreaa.40 rapidly that only fifteen of ia 1S. Mr. Dolah called nn the
- 1A fehermen can
;- j i:.
. am -?22F-"Zt
1 coald bo takes out ant only ono
Bxcsicved, There were aixtv-elht
itbStabb when tbe fire was dis-
t ssvestoen wre rescued, althongh
aed. The Cro started over the
cce, and after tba halters -were
to be led from the
Tea ears were burned.
cug tha Dea Moines
ps, la recenUy . found
bill for the incorporation of Spo
kane Falls. Postponed after dis
cussion. In the House many bills end
amendments were introduced. Mr. Meal
toa offered an amaadaast to secure tha
loan to the World's Indastrial and Cotton
rxiKv&itfon at Sew Orleans, La. Mr. IVar
ner introduced a bl to preveat aba con
traction of currency. After iHseossioa the
matfia- west over.
Jons KiiiT, alias WOnaH.a.nrirt t
Mprstradinsc1Jc1;et, UL, cut bis ceil-mate.' WBlkm
of a xaYina, wbers i Gat es, almoit to pieces with a shoe-knife
uataetJX -par- ' a rw nigbto ago. Gaines had .oa- to bed.
waifcod wT ra S Uy. irritated at omo tnfie. sprang
apaa bun sad slashed h;m with ta- kai.e
of Jaaes wao -ajatta 3t bis -r.ctja hros bt the
KyoxviLLK. O Dieember a A most
singular and tembly fatal accident occurred
in this vicinity yesterday morning. Wil
Itani Reynohls drove his wagon into hU or
chard, whicli lies on a st cp hillside. He
aanitcbed the team ami set the rabJvrWnck
011 the wheels, and began aitting some
bmsb, whicli It was intended to haul away,
leaving three small children playing in tbe
bed of Hie wagon. While at their iilay tho
robber came loose and tlie wason started
down tbe hill at a icerful rate of sjieed.
After running about two hundred van Is it
eame in contact with a large rock. All the
children were dashed out, and two were
dashed est. and two were thrown against
the rock with such force as tn Im almost in
stantly killed. The third child escaped
with cowruralirely slight In Junes.
Moxrcsoiinnr, Au December C. Tho
following resolution was jdopted by the
Alabama Senate to-day:
Be n Ittrnkftt. That the sense of thl Senate.
as reflecting the feebnirs and rentlinenu of
tbe white people of Abiliama. i most
earnestly and heartily in favor or the largi-zt
spproprMtttoos In the State, compatible with
extMlog Snaoctal coudltioiih for the support
of our putittc whool". and cur pinlouodest.
rearet Hour.aatitlity to do more for thea
ETMnd jBstitnttoB. mi lrllH-H-alli for the
safety of eocterr and prnprr. free, civilbted
and Lhnsttan coverment. and so Imllcallvo
ut intoilgctual. metal and material Oeretop
tneat. In sympathy with the sdrK Jn.l de
mands of cnlhrhtened humanity, and es
pecially aud rolmsBly do we cvprc" tbo ob
uiraUob and fixed pnrjxw of the bitc peo
ple or Alabama tn aid In tbe education of the
colored -hlldren tn our midst.
Conrcvances were put on inlufi
which made thpninprcccdcnted time oi
two davs from New York to Philadol-ph".a-
'Iliev were. Uierefore. tertned
lUimj macbiaus." Tlie tirt stage
re n e ws between Providence ami Bos
tou. taking two days for the trip. A
mail was started iu 1672 between New
York ami Boston by way of IlartfonL
IJy contract the round trip was to Le
made mwathly. BeMtm ISmltjeL.
rtTHirt of S eretfcrr Cliinttirr ttts Iitras
of What Mar arr shoal J be.
WAsmsoTov, December G. The annnil
report of the Secretary of tbe Navy was
made public yesterday: Secretary Chandler
say three new ships have been successfully
launched, and it lias been shonu that our
steel makers can readily furnUh rxeellent
material In large quantises, iL hich quality
being assured by tests adopted. The De
rnrtinent Is omCnncd in the omiilon that
criticLsms advanced la scar against new
ships were cf little moment or baed upon
theories at variance with tho progress of
modern ship building. Comparisons of
speed between new cruisers and gmt
trans-Allatitic racing slcaircrj are unfair,
because tlie latter attain their speed only by
a sacrifice of qualities c-M-ntial to a ship of
war. Tliey are nnpnde- foil, unwieldy and
enormous in draft and tliiueusttms. Tlie num
ber of them posses-ing tery hich speetl Is
small and ti-e new cnitfTs cnuM uverdraw W
lerceuLof the merchant sieamcruof the
xrorld. Tlie rate of speed assigned the
new ships la based on very conservative
calculations of their pmbible pcrformjHct
and they will uutbiubtvdty exceed tbe esti
Umates, but first, nnarmored cruisers, new
American fleet, are not intended for com
parison in speed willi unprotected radii;
ships of enormous size, or iu defrnsite
power with modem Inmclals. Tbe de
partment, in adopting rernmhiendations cl
the advisory board for ad.iiti.iiia! new ves
sels calls special attrmion to tbe necesslty
fortorpeiio boats In general, the Srve
tary recommetuis the constmcllon of seven
modern cruisers annually lor a period of
ten years. Such a plan, he says, while con
forming tn the conservative demands of oar
national policy, and affording ample time
for adopt ng every new device In consttuc
tion, would five tbe country, at a moderate
cost, a nary adequate, train Its officers and
maintain its safety and honor. In reran!
to tlie ex.stiiig.navy. Secretary Chand ei
says: "It apixsars front the condition of tlie
Sect that at the end of fifteen yars the only
cruising vessels of the pretenl Ih-X. remain
ing will be three small iron vexseK the
Monacary. Alert and Ranger. The real e-r
planatiou of tlie disproportion between ex
penditures ami restilt accomplished iu the
naval admutistr-ition is to be found in the
policy of attempting at a great cost to rc
liabitate worn out structures under the
name of rejairs. Repair and con
strcciion In the ab-sinee nf a fivec.
limit are terms easily interchangeable
and published statements of ex
pendifUT und-r the first name during manr
years show It is only too apt to mean Unset-mid.
Burea-isare unreslrieted In their
expenditnres for repairs except by the
gross amortiit of their annual appropria
tions. Tho practice of reconstructing ves
sels under the name of repairs is only tlx
pretext upon whicli onr overgrown navy
-anl establishments rouhl be JHstlfted, and
t appears tliat instead of maintaining our
yards for tlie advantage and bentHit of our
-hips, sbi have dragged ont a pmlracteJ
existence for tbe benebt of the yards."
XWY Y AIIUS
Concerning navy yards the Secretary
hohis that onlv two naval wvfkiJions should
be UKiintaiUrtl, on the Allantie Cwtstaml
on the Paciac Coast. The New London
yant shouhl be nsMored to Comtectieut ami
league island yard to Iildelphla.
The Boston yard should be sold or
reduced in size. IVn-sxsda and Ports
mouth yards may be kept fur naval stations
Work shops would tln-H bo at New York.
Norfolk and Marr Islai.d. These need cer
ta n imprmeaien s iu tlieir organization.
First All io'itics sbotihl he excluded from
their nmnasemrnt: ami sejoodly Tht re
spoustbHIty for the work mitst be more defi
nitely fixed. The Secrctarj reports the re
moval from Siberia of the ixidiesof Lieuten
ant Commander De Lone of the Jtaunette
ami his companions, and gives a history of
tin (Srerly relief exi-ditioa, tho expendi
tures fr w hieh were STi'J"Jii. In tbe prep
aratKm of thr exrxsiithHi there was no omis
sion or mbhap, and Its soceews rcdrcted
blgii honor and creilit u;on the American
Nivy. Tlie Gu.i Foundry Boanl was
reconvened In Apnl to decide on fnl"
plans and cit'OiZtet to carry out lt
recommendations It luu obtainol
Information that there are responsible steel
manufactures in this country who: a'thonch
nut provided at resctil with a neetasar
plant, are wilting to consbuct the same and
make Imis for contracts with the Gurern
uieat fur the supply of material for the
heaviest gnus if guaranteed an order of
sufficient magnitude w un a positive appro
priation covering a series of jears shall be
naile by Congress Secretary Chandler
ext details the facts of tlie connection with
frauds in the Baraiu of Medic.ne and ur
gery. Tlie ameuHt of the suspected vouch
ers is lit.saj. extending over a pe
riod from 18T0 to 1S1. The Sur
geon General neglected to reqHire tlie
enstmnary evirteuce that coods Iiave
been rtceited. Tbe frauds wero
made raslrr by the frequent use of a exi
gency ciaasc under wlncfi purchases aro
niaiie without ad verttstitg. txperl.tures of
the department of tbe ftscal year ended
June 30. ism, wercS17.29ifloi. Esb'mates
for the ordinary purpo-es and rmbHe works
for the next ttscal year are 317.S6e.65S. and
the estlmatesfor the increase of the Aavy
are 15.071 !,.. Of this latter sunt about
bait wouhl lie needed tlieeotniugtiscal )oat.
The Secretary comments scvetely upon tin
existing practice nf securing the solicitation
of persons possessed cf political or social
intlBcnec in behalf of officers whether for
tl-e purpose oi olitalaing agreeab e
duly or affecting a restoration by hgis
latiou of those wbo ltave been dis
lulsscd for drunkenness or other miscon
duct or for inca;Mcil. He sjvs suih re
storations denima.iie tlie iiubiie service.
1'uMie opinion shwuM s.cmly condema all
wbo bate been guilty cf mtseunduct, as
well as those .ho lend thentselres to efforts
for the rostiralion uf ofikers removciL In
discussing this subject hn rfers to tho
Iresident's veto message on the FItz-John
Porter bill as )iomtiug oat tho unennstitu
tionslity of such legislation, ami sbowhi
that the roastituticu lias proted an effec
tuxl barrier to any restoration by the legis
lature ot particular officers In eondu
sion Secretar' Chandler dwells ujan the
close rnectMm between the tniroveiuent
ot tlie Navy and tlie development of
merchant marine, and shows that to make
the latter commensurate with our trade, oui
coartllne, and the numlicr and wealth f
our cotnraercad cities, we niust have great
Hues of ocean steamships of high speed and
large caieeity carrying or.r flag to the most
distant lands and saving to our people thr
vast profits of tlie car ' ig trade.
Hungarians arc sail to ba grcatc?
readers of newspspcrs than Americans.
Of tho Anglican Bishops six are
widowers, live are married for the sec
ond time and one is living with his third
BURROS AND CANOES.
A Conple of Tarns front 8chneldrrs ZJttto
Hack Room ia the Hear of ths Grocery.
Blifkins has been spending the past
summer in the Southwest, but returned
to Detroit to vote. Oa the evening of
hlsl rt-itsal ? sal MViantlAn sro.a
, . . si ." "J aA (U1UIUM4 l.V.tl'UUU la
aiiaKCjpzare s uaugntcr conia not . ., - c?.:i . i-..? i v
write her-otvn name. Tie father could m Schneiders hide liack room,
write tt, bnt nearly always speUed it Ths guest of the occassoti hail beenrdt-
wrung. Cfn'cayo HeraUL iating at considerable length npon the
V. IT, IL JIurrar. who is now run- iighbs he had seen on his tnp, and the
ning a restaurant in Montreal, says that
he is coming out all right, and that the
world will hear of Iiiro again. Chicago
Mfc-s 51. E. Braddon. the most pro
lific of English storv-writers, in private
life is Mrs. Maxwell, and owns up to
nave reached the mature age of ully-six.
.V. 11 Sun.
A clean and perfect copy of John
BunyanV'-Pilgrim s Progress.'' 1 078, has
been add! lo the British Musenra
library. Only three other copies are
known, and but two of these are pcr
fecL Csrlotta, ex-Empres? of Mexico,
spends only a few thousands a year in
her niad-liousc, and the accumulated
in. crest of her immense fortune ha. be
come enormous. Her heirs ill be her
lion. Flamen Ball, of Cincinnati,
retiring- from ac'ive law practice a few
days asjh. took down tha old gilt sign
of "Chase & Bill." hung up more than
half a century ago by himself and Sal
mon P. Chase.
The KingPau is the name of the
official Cbinoo paper. It was started
in the year 911 as a semi-occasional
journal. Then for snm; centurk-s it was
a weesci. and af tlie beginning of the
pr.-etit" century it became a ilaily. It
iHibli.shcs three editions, and has six
editors, with a circulation of 14,000.
"Hail Columbia'" wat writtct by
Joeph IIopkin4on in the summer of
17SM. and it was fin-l call .jd the Presl
deut's March." It was always Ming
when Washington came into the "theater,
and one of the obje.-ts of its writing was
the culf ration of a patriotic spirit
among thi peonlc of the new republic.
X. 1'. UraiAic
Lord Derby, father of the present
Earl, when a younman, wasonc of the
1k-s speakcrs'in Parliament. He was
kaosvn as tlie "Prioce Rtip?rt of de
bate." and seemed so self-jiosscsswl as
to be incapable of cmbarra-sment. But
he said: "When I am going to speak
my throat and lips, are as dry as
those of a man who is going to be
Dr. WTHinra Wells Brown, a famous
aVilitionHt. like William Lloyd Garri
son in ipirit. though unlike him in col
or, ilicd at Clicl-ca. Mass., a few days
apt. Dr. B.-own was liorn a slave, in
Kontuckv. in 1816. and at the ace of
twenty-six years fled to Laic "Eric,
if s"y a fugitive was smngg!el by him
to '.nndian shores, his best record
tioa into phrenological channels. It?
gives htm an opportunity of assert'ng;
his unshakable belief ia 'the neglected
s icnees" Perhaps he docs a 1 ttl of
diagnosing character that way liBnelf
It lifts him above the common uerd in.
his own m'nd. Any way, his faith ia
his chart is a deathless thing, not to bo
npsct or destroyed even by the .confut
ing evidence of a long arid badlyordevcd
life. Ho may lose confidence tn his
fellow men, surrender his mast chcr
ishei friendships, submit to-adrerso
ruling in bis love affairs, ontgrow hV
rel:g:oa and set aslds sonte of h sbest
beloved hobbies; but be dies faithful tu
As each victim makes his exit from
the head-delineator's clutches it-is worth
while to take a look at the faoa of that
rciowncd world sniightencr. It U sin
gularly composed and unreadable. If
there are disparities between: the charts
and the heads, there is no record ot
them in tlie professor's visage. Every
thing like an expression has been dis
charge J thTefrom. Soji Jqm ICoL)
in one rear. Boston
ni recesiTy P
iiisj-io trs- d
t.taJ. Taro l
r i; tW3.
i l en
A laundry firm in New York City
is gett.ng ahead of Chinese cheap lalior
b. euipioyiug women who dam tha
socks, mood the linen, and sew on the
buttons uf all garments intrusted to
tbetn, charging only the usual laundry
Wicei. X. 11 Shu.
The Supreme Court of the United
Slates decides that an Indian is cot s
citizen, and that he must be naturalized
and pay taes before he can have the
standing of a citizen.
Several bnndrcd acres of swamp land
on S tea Island have Lceu boasbt lot
tL" j" iTOe of raie.nz Uierc a supple ol
fro--s for Uie 2ctv York markrt Jk'. T
Convevances were jitit on In 177d
which made the unprecedented t:raf of
two ibvys from New Y'ork to Philadel
phia. Ihoy were. therBlore. termed
"thing machines." Tbe frst tape
rcn o tvas between Providence and lhto-
tou. taking two days for the trip. A
mail was started in 1672 between New
York and Boston by way of HartfonL
By contract the round trip was tu be
made monthly. Bottom fiadacf.
No person wan's straw spelt back
wards on the end of his nose.
Cultured young ladies refer to a
dead level as a deceased horizontal sur
face ll"aiiji;fej HatchiL.
A little town up in New Y'ork has
a skating rink thcytall "Niajrara." It
is supposed that "they call ic that bc
cane the people go there to see the
"falls"- WaMngion IlatcheL
"Marrying is all right." remarked
1'ogg. who had attended several wed
lin;fs lately, "but it is tho giving in
tnurriagp which I object to. It is too
alt-tired expensive, don't you know."
After her grandmother had given
her a good scolding, a little mischief
was overheard to sav to herself: "Some
body is cross in this room; 'tain me.
and 'taint dully, and 'taint kitty. I
wonder who it ls?"Ifarjer's Bazar.
Ouhla says: "A girl's love must
never be begged, bat conquered."
Tout's all very well: but how to subdue
thf tbick-solcd parent of the period is
what's Ixithering our yonng men just
now. San Francisco 'I'ost.
Biddy, just married: "Sure an phat
to;, rat. iliti yez uuy an old rusty stove
like that?" Pat: "Arra. me dear, it
will eook all right; and sure, me swate.
1 got it to match our walnut set. if s
esthetic I am, me dariint." It-.Harict-
Goggs makes it a point never to
pav hi butcher's bill. "Why," he says,
"if I paid for a beefsteak- for int-ince.
it would be mine, and I should be loath
to eat It- A man dous not care to dine
olthisown flcshand Mood." Chicago
-Can you sec through me. Uncle
John?" a-ketl Archibald, junior, who
was re,nrl:d as the smart loy of tho
town. --No. Archie and I must sav it's
a fooi'sli question." "Why, uncle. I
thought perhaps yon could: I have a
jtaiKc in my chest. (JoUlm Dag.
I attended a bull-light once. It
tvas in Mexico and I thoroughly enjoyed
i" " I am surprised you should "en
joy a brutal affair like that. Don't you
.hi-ik it brutal for a lot of Mexicans to
wantonly kill a bull?" "But in this
ras.- tlie bull killed a lot of Mexicans"
When a lady living in Chelsea sent
tn Loudon for a doctor she apologized
for asking him to come such a distance.
"Don't sticak of it,' answered the M.
D. " I happened to have another pa
tent m the neighborhood, and can tints
kill two birds with one stone.'' Bit
School visitor, examining scholar:
Whore is the North role?" I don't
know, sir." "Don't know! Are you
not ashamed that vou don't know where
the North Pole is?-" "Why, sir. h Sir
John Franklin and Dr. Kane, and Cap
ains Nares and Markham couldn't find
it bow should I know where It is?"
uangcrs no nau encountered and sur
vived, and particularly his lirt and only
attempt to ride a burro; an attempt
that terminated in about thirty seconds
and confined bim o the house for a
week. He concluded with the declara
tion flat if he was. going to California
be would walk every step of the way in
preference to trying to ride a burro
"Oh. shucks! It's easy 'nough to ride
any long-cared hoss th'at'ever backed.
Juit vou wait till you've mounted a
birchbark canoe, Bllf, and yoa'H walk
when you want to go to AVimlsor."
I 'Iia AeeAi4ifsn aantu ww UTll A. I rt0
who was slowlv but surelv ffron'm- his COULD NOT SEE IT.
way towards the bottom of ft MU3 f l.rojrf9j ? Htl X&-S$iM.-5tt to
hfr- " i " ilil I - a - tom-mUmm
"You're talking about
yon don't know nothing
"No, I atn't, Blit As the married
school-ma'am said when she reached
down for her slipper to spank her own
youngun. I've bad 'spcrunce."
"You don't mean to tell me that anv
down-East Yankee like you ever navi
gated a birchbark canoe do you Bill?"
"I didn't say I had. Bl'iL"
"What are you talking about, then?"
"But I tried it once, jst as yon tried
to nde the donk; and I got off quicker' n
"Tell us about it. Bill!" shouted the
rcceDtion committee, and one of them
motioned to Schneider that Bill's
-chooner should make another voyage
to the keg.
"When I was a bov. down ia New
Y'ork. there wa'n't a chap in our J'g
gin's that I couldn't throw in a whistle,
lick at rongh-and tumble, out-holler, or
do up in any fashion. I brought that
consait with mc to Michigan, but it had
a bad chill afore I'd been here a week
and died inside of a month. The
funeral occurred jest about the time I
tried to git acquainted with a canoe.
"It was up to the Soo. I'd been
there two or three days a-watchm' them
pesky Injuns come a-whoopia' in with
thcirloails of fish, standin' up in their
canoes and a-splurgin' away with a
long-tailed paddle, fast on one side and
then on t other, and 1 jest tnougtit as
how I'd buv me a canoe and show the
varmints flow a white man's back
looked when be was a-rowin.
" I paid a tarnal redskin fifteen dol
lars for his canoe, pulled off mv coat,
stepped in. picked up the paddle, and
gave a sweep on one side jest kerzackly
as the Injun did. You needn't never
ask me how it happened boys, for I
don't know. I thought the durncd thing
turned over and sunk, but when I come
to the top and climbed up on the dock,
there was that pesky canoe scttin' right
their on the water.'lookin right at me,
as inncrccnt as a sheep, and cot a drop
of water in it.
Utrh! CTunted a birr, strnntiin
Injun, -white man catch fash like otter:
"And then the pesky rascal com
menced a-laflin as if 'twas funny. In
the somewhat exciting incidents of the
next ten minutes I was quite busily en
gaged. When the excitement was'over
a couple of us was purty near used up,
and that consait I'd brought all the way
from Y'ork State was deader'n a mallet.
I hain't, been half as smtit senceas I
was afore." Detroit Free Press.
Tbe Stan Who DUuimci tbe Humps oa
One of the experiences of life which
is not given everyone to enjoy is seeing
a phrenologist haul in his net of
gudgeons Being a thing whoe reve
lations are more apt to st mulate anv
one's vanity than to help him along in
the world, phrenology is always sure of
credulous deotees. It flourishes bst
on rural -oil. though when well watered
it prows fairly in metropolitan atmos
As the enrions busine 5s giytcrally
managed the phrenologist "world re
nowned" according to the circulars
has his lair behind a screen in a large
nwtn. sreneroulv f nrnisheil with plaster
of parts heads mapped off in sections,
and pictures which indicate the busi
ness. Thither penetratft the youth who
thinks a man who has never before set
eyes on bim knows more about his bead
than be iiik-s him-elf.
When he sits down his face is grave
and anxious to glia-tliucss when he
gvts up he has a stunned cxprevion.
The knowledge imparted to him has
stupefied him. He has more head
than he thought he had. and he thought
c had a sood deaL His brain swells
i he thinks of the kind of fellow he is
in 1 how unconscious he has been of his
wn greatness biti-erto.
He pays his dollar, or two. or three
or live in a dazed way, and with an em
phatic feeling that he'never got so much
for so Hltle money before. Perhaps he
has hail .- chart mads out. In that ca-c
his mind dwells on it all the wav home
and the wav he will surprise eTcrybodv
IlwWug- gtrtiaott 0ie bead
anmfed him. Ds- - BHew proceeds to,
catechise them in a paternal fashion as
to the sanitary condition of their vil
lages Learning from them that they
arc generally healthy except in tha
autumn, when the season changes. Dr.
Ballew observes: "But yon are gen
erally free from sickness, I sec, when.
the weather is dry?" "Yes." replies
the spokesman of tit? lambardars; we
have no sickness to speak oL except
after the falls of rain, and worst of all
when the season changes in the
autumn." Being asked if they never
thought of taking' anv measures for
remedying this, the fambardara gave
the following characteristic replyr
"How should wc? "We are God's
creatures, and in His hands. God is
almighty, and His ways are ins .rotable.
He provides for and cares for ns."
Quite admitting the trvth of these re
marks. Dr. Bellew nevertheless inquires
whether this was any reason for their
neglecting to provide for their worldly
welfare when it was assailed by un
natural cansei produced by themselves
Wtd capable of resscdy by tiiemselrri.
"God b"j krawrs" tk he !a.-a-bardir.
"TharSkkar H vary hesettcens
to us eetc iwpjortB, iLnd you are SIT very
wbe. Pjxhaps yos wI wHwr Br B'
I!r doe?t1nhein.aad after pointing oat
minutely the faults of their dwellings
and food, the lambardar remarks: "Yes,
this is plain enough, and reasonable.
But, sir. we poor people getsccustoi&sd
to this bad air and don't suffer any in
convenience from it, as y u do who live
ia big houses and well-kept surround
ings.' On Dr.- Bellew attempting to
drive "this mistaken notion" out of their
minds, he receives a reply that mght
well floor any erdinarv sanitary officer:
"Well, sir, we have always lived as we
do now, and our forefathers before us
In their time nobody thought of these
things, aad our villages were much
more filthy than, they aro now." Un
daucrd. Dr. Bellew perseveres with
his task. He carcfullv reasons with his
audience, and fancying he has con
vinced them, prepares to go. But the
zaildar hangs about dissatisfied, and,
on beta? questioned as to the cause, re
joins: "We agree with all you have said, .
sir, and are prepared to carry out every
one of yonr suggestions; but. sir. you
have given us no orders and without
official authority wc can do nothing."
Then, for tlie first tiro.-, docs Dr. Bel
lew express enrprise. He reminds the
zaildar that he and the iambardars
have several times during the conversa
tion admitted having received orders
for over three years. Jfot being able to
carry tbo subject further, however. Dr.
Bellew can only advise thess men to
fulfill their duty. Meanwhile, without
direct Government pressure, a "horri
bly filthy puddle only tit for pigs to
wallow "in." and scattered heaps ol
dung and a dies and filth of all sorts."
will continue to dhscrainate disease
among the people. Bombay Gazetteer.
The T-atnt Styles hi Ilantles, Jackets and
Short mantles of seal-skin arc among
the new garments this winter. Some
of thec are in the shapes just noted for
long garments, but are cut as short as
a vi-itc or a mantilla, falling usually
longer m front than behind, where they
merely cover the tournure. The short
Gretry and Galatea are graceful and
warm-looking whea trimmed with t
mink border with pendent tails, or with
black marten, or the handsome three
quarter plucked beaver band). There
are also untrimmed seal U-cs that an
very youthful and dressy-looking, while
others hav - passementerie ornaments
on them, acd clasps of carved wood or
stained ivory representing two antique
heads; still" others are edged with a
fringe made of seal-skin balls tied in
mesne o! silk curds
Seal-sKin jackets are shown in small
sizes, smootttlv fitted as Jersey waists
are. ana are known as Jersey jackets
These arc for quite voung ladies, are
worn' without aav tmnminr. and cost
wb j tlioueht they knew him and didn't as low a 675 or a much as $2M. The
A laundrv firm in New Y'ork Cirr
is getting ahead of Chinese cheap labor
by employing' women who darn the
socks, mend the linen, and sew on tho
buttons of all garments intrusted to
them, charging only the usual laundry
prices X. 11 Sun."
The Supreme Court of the United
States decides that an Indian i not a
eittzen. and that be muct be naturalized
and pay taxes before he can have the
slandin'-r of a citizen.
Several hnndrsd arrcs of awamo land
on Statca Island Lara been bought icr
the purpose of raising t.err a -u;pU of
fro-rs for the New Yor Lc - Jrl Y
Makine; It Pleasant.
Smith had brought Dnmley homo un
expectedly to dinner.
"I trust you will overlook any defi
eleacios in onr dinner to-day, Mr. Dum
hr -, said Mrs. Smith, as they seated
themselves at the tabic, '-but you will
understand, of course, being a fjmjy
maa yourself, that under certain cif--utttstanoes
it .is not always possible
to to '
"Don't say another word. I beg of
ou. my d-ar madam." intcrrupteT
Oumley. w th polite effusiveness. "O
-oursc'l understand, and I nrotcste
arnestly with Mr. Smiib. when h
jreed the invitation, aad toid hir
uad.-T the circumstances I would nu
prefer to d ne at tho hotel, bu h
wouldn't take no for an answer. B
..dis,' fa' added, 'Tvc knocked abou
the world too long cot to be able oc"
itor-a'lv to put np with a poor dinner
IKipular seal sa -fjttc. which U alwavs
for be i: known that althouirh he
doubts his own knowledge of himself usefnl for lonr drives, for the couitrv.
and the verd'-ct of his own father and 1 a id for ceneral wear, is now male less
mother and all the neighbors, bo never
doubts phreiology nor the enect hon
esty of its apostle whom he just patron
ized. He wdl doubt that the cart j doth
move, doubt that the stirs are lire,
doubt truth aad all the virtues, but he
never doubts that the man who til's oui
his chart cm rctd head- as clearly as
he can read the signs on lanii-tosts". In
years to come he will look over that
chart it will bee imo a habit to look
over it and talk about it. an 1 he will
still believe in it. To be sure he trav
eled a different road from that which the
chart said he was adapted tu illnm-nate;
he has not achieved the nieasur? Of
greatness which phrenology assured him
he should: but that does not shake his
faith in his favorite science. CIrcu
clumsy in shape by b -ing fitted mors
closely in tne, back arnls-'de-t; the fronts
remain loose and straight, and have a
coat collar that may be turned up about
the throat, or else turned d nn to form
JapcLs They measure from thirty-seven
to forty-one inches m length, and when
well littod are vry handsome either
plain, or wid dy bordered, as many of
them are. with black mart -n, natural
'coon, beaver, or sable-tail tnmmrngs
Hudson Bay sable bonier with tails in,
rows, and the narrow heading thaj "5
nc-ded to complete them. are very
effective on thesv saoiues In'seleoAins
seal garments the purchaser iliould
make sure that in every part the pile of
the fleece is made to turn upward, as it
1 will then natural Iv ilroD downward and
stances, not phrenology, are to bL I disclo-e its rich depths; whea brushing
for his falling short of bis chart. In his j or stroking thu fur. the movement
inmost soul to hi dying day he bcl e .ei should also be upward. The reader L
in thai awful map. That reprcseuts also again warned against allowin
him as be would have beet if heseal-km to be dampened; but when
hadt t been handicapped by fate, j thl- happens, fur must not bo dried by
A curious glitter comes into his eyes I artisleral hear, but br hanging out-of-whenever
ho speaks of tho science of J doors or else in a colj room. Harper's
pnrenoiogy. tne subject stirs a-s bioort. 1 Baza.
and futs him in good humor with hint
self, though it gives him a poor opinion
of the rest of mankind. lie can't help
but see that evcrybodv vc s. everybody.
except tho man, who cxaminel his
Martin Far iuhar Tnpper, who de
rived nothin:- fr --u theale of 800.000
copies of hi T verc;al Philosophy''
in Am Tic a, is nvw suturing from pov-
head is uttc-Iy obliviou to hs grat- ' rr - ia London If all t'a-je who have
cess. In spite of all his pliiloiopjy th s rid :t , 1 '". old pct wonli co-uri na
iaao:tters htm somewbat towards an un- soms . ng tar r. r 'ii. 12a w.aua ra
apprcciat va world. He fin Is z dub on m d
wrt of comfort in steering a eoa-rcrsa fo ',
A I s ut -iav