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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
HE is likely lo bd an Iron revival
ijlg iron stock being light
ivas reported at Paris that the
.Uevernracnt had searched tile barrack
nnd found evidence of unarchlsm
spreading among the soldiers.
Tun thrifty Florldans a'ro turning
their attention to lemon-growing,
which promises to bo a moro profltnblo
industry than ornngc-growlng.
The annual business of the two
thousand nnd six hundred British co
operate societies Is stated (1881) at
ono hundrod nnd forty million dollars.
TitF.Govcrnmcn'tof Greece has anew
loan on tho French market, offered at
nlxty-nlno nnd a quarter, bearing flvo
per cent. Interest on a totnl of thirty
four million dollars.
It -was thought that J. I. Casohad
been so much hurt by tho fallnro of his
plow company In Wisconsin, that Jay-J'yc-Seo
and l'luillas would havo to go
to tho auction block.
It Is announced tltnt Ilishop Slovens
lias deposed Alexander II. Crawford, nr
roiiaifelphla, from tho ministry of tho
., .. -. . . .v -
Misbehavior In tho pulpit.
If railway rates worn tho samo as
fifteen years sluco tho cost of perform
ing tho ono hundred nnd twenty thou
sand miles of eorvlco now required
would bo ono billion dollars against
flro hundred and fifty million dollars,
A puMXT with which Henry South
ern of Greenville, S. C, was wounded
in tho neck nt.tho battle of Gettysburg
has just been taken from beneath bis
collar bono by a surgeon. Tho bullet
was not disfigured, and looked as new
as when it entered his neck.
The German co-opcrntors number
About ono million as organized In credit
3oan associations or banks, co-opcrn-Xiyo
stores, production syndicates and
touildlng'sncletics. Their annual b'tsl
: mess is about fivu hundred million dol
- 8ars, of which two-thirds Is borrowed.
f It Is a singular fact that somo of tho
'ablest men in tho Forty-eighth Congress
never had tho bcnctlt of a college edu
cation. Messrs. tdraunds, JJayard,
t ITendlcton, Wilson of Iowa, In tho Sen
s' ,( atoj Carlisle Curtln. Kelley, Randall
,via.ntl Ragii la tho House, never went
f .- 4e college.
Jk?- &' -W " 0f SoclMlst gains, Uisraarck
'tS,"'-9ru.?Uo,arSr number of votes than
'fir formerly la tbo German llelchstag. Yet
352 rrogrcsjlsts prjDtnocraU, num.
1crlng ibxty-seven'aronccessary to
maintain control, Tlio .Socialists havo
thirty-four merabenSS, ,
Jim Uakcr, of CowDoy's Delight,
Arizona, has published tho- following
notice in a local papers ''If say one
should kill nn elk this winter with a
circle 11 on it, this U to notify them that
that critter Is mine, nnd Is only half
lk anyway, as tho other half is cow,
(being tho calf of my old milker Cherokee."-
It Is now ascertained that four moro
men who participated In the attack on
tho school teacher, Slocum, n few
nlghLs ngo, near Horso Cavo, Ky., havo
died of wounds Inflicted by Slocum.
Ono is named Benjamin Crnddock.
Tho nnmes of tho thrco others could
not bo learned. This makes six vic
tims in all to Slocum's unerring aim.
It is announced from Paris that tho
experiments which havo been con
ducted at vast oxpenso for the past
ten year In tho Nntlonal Porcelain
Works at Sevres havo at last ctilmln-
nted in tho discover' of n completo
process for tho manufacture of a
grado of porcelain finer In all respects
than tho very best products of Oriental
patterns. Tho announcement has pro
duced n sonsatlon.
The A"oio Yremya nllogcs that a
complete organization of Russian Nihi
lists exists under tho guise of an export
firm within tho precincts of London,
'.nnd Is exporting to Russia criminal
(documents and explosives. Tho Lon
don 7Vms' correspondent says this
confinns tho already fied conviction
jot a number of inflnontial Russians,
pvho, presumably havo tho means ci-l
knowing tho cxlstcnco of such an or
ganization. A New measure of postal accommo
dation has been carried through tho
Houso without objection from any
quarter. Stated briefly. It authorizes
.postmasters to forward newspapers,
packages, nnd, In general, all iceond,
and third, and fourth class matter, on
which tho postago has onco been fully
paid, from one post-ofllru to another,
at tho request of tho party' addressed,
without any charge farmTch forward
ing. In other wortbi"thq rulo which
now applies to lottSfl n extended to all
mall matter, ShoaJditW Ujll becomo
p t. law It will furuUh Bn jaMltfonal con
venience to tho people- '
I-. 'I- l'-OUT
A younq recruit of theBelitu Hussars
turned Scott euccecdeiybe wthor day
inueserung irom tne uarHftrtiuryvEng.,
garrison In a novel and dwlng manner.
Ilaving donned a suit of iyti clothes,
ho saddled his maris, h&viftg.gloUn a
siddlo and bridle belonging tKpn
bilker, and made his cscnpa sals
thought that ho ma'llcd the. It
hoofs to avoid dotectlou by Ok h
tieis, ioruo nan iq travel noti4
barrack square, a distance of iw bui
dtt4 yards, and on reaching tbA w
1m broko open a gate, poovrviry x
jpfcata, wkloh Is ruroiy untastjeu-tti)
mm ettUIde he made snoh gol mttf
fto Uma that m yet no trsce ofiiVj
jffktfmvm tup VW WlfcvverWi
THE WORLD AT LARGE,
A Summary of; tho JJaUy Nows.
In the Sonata on tbo 23d Henafarv Jonas,
presented a tnoraorlal 'of theMMrit Commer
cial Association of Now Orleans, 'protesting
StalnU tho ratlflcatfon of the Soanlth treatfc-.
f or Hale called un the Naval Approprla
.m M.it . fuimniTj wiv unj- ueiortt uj nun
from tbe Committee on Appropriations, anil
It P"el. After transacting-rbusino of
HUlo Importance, tliePenate wcnUntoerecii
ttve session. Adjourned.. ..Tim Homo wis
The Bctisto ou the 21th wu In sooton
onljr to await final action of tho House jfpdn
tho resolution to adjourn orer the holidays.
Adjournal to January .,TTho Houso'mrt
and passed Iho concurrent resolution of nd
journtnont to Januarys and adjourned to
lT.nSONAL AND rOLITlCAT-
Hrnn Gntxu, Iwdy servant tohe Jul.'
peror of Germany, died recently' "
TnowAS Vas VjlUX, aged one hundred
nnd four year and eleven months, died on
the 20tU at HyracuSe, N. Y. 'He waa a pen-'
loner of the war of 1812. "- .--
Cornelius Aultmah , a prominent triad
ufacttirer of Canton. O., died sadden? on
the 2Cth. ,
UcitcnALSiiKninAtf was suffering froni
sickness and conflncd to hli house, at Wash
Ingtou. tlii. a.t3!U
MlSCi:i.r,ANKOlIS. ' '
James McFarlaiid, at one tlmo a cook,
,.. i. . , . . . .. . .-
,,,,. "'"" an swaiea railroad arch
dog wan In charge of the body when found,
and the police, bad much troutilo in remov
ing tho remains because of the animal's
The Htoto Board of Agriculture of Indf
ana, reports a decreate of from twenty1
flvo to thirty -three per cnt. In tho acreage
of wheat. It la renoi-tnl lli.r. lia rli-.t.i.
;1n Kentucky will amount to thlrtypcr cnt.
"" "nmp jianagei or mo Discount
Bank of Carnlola, nt Irfiybach, Ausrrln,
was a defaulter of teventy thousand
florins, and killed blmielt In tho bank on
the Mth, when about to bo arresteit.
Wtt. 8. Kewceb, late toller iu the Second
Notional Bank at Ironton, O., Indlctof! on
nineteen count, for embezzlement of thp
bank's nioaey, was found guilty on three
count, charging false entries, whereby
the bank lost S1.000. J.
A rEAnrvL flro In a grain elevator at
Dallas, Tex., on tho 2Cth, was thocanaeot
the death of two men imprisoned in the
RtiHSiA U about to transfer her naval
heailiunrtcr in tho Black Hoa front Nick
olaicf to Bebaatopol. Tho estimated cot of
the transfer is $7,000,000.
Tub Lelilerllx expedition to Angnt
1'equena announces cjionuous find, of cop
per hare been mado In that dljtrlct.oud
that the land is extremely valuable.
inn fertilizer Acme Manufacturing
Company on the Carolina Central lull
rood, at Wilmington, N. C., burned the
other day. Ixa estimated at ?JO,00Oj no
Br.cnETAnr FniLnnuursE.t has written
along explanatory letter regarding the
A shock of earthquako was felt at
Gibraltar on the iatb.
At Louisville, Ky., recently, Edward
llaulon, nged forty-flvowas caught in tho
belting at Daponto's paper mill and torn to
pieces. IIli bead was pullod from bis
NcuEnoui Arab families were recently
passing through Kortl to tbo northward
seeking to escape before the Kngllsh ad
vance, - '
Balzar QEiin, a resident of Crawford
County, lo., died on the 2Cth, nged one
nunurea ana ibreo yeara and six months.
Bckt Hiauoldt, conductor, and If. C.
Osterwaldt, engineer of tho work train of
the Denver & lllo a ramie Hallway, in the
collision recently, were held at Salt Luke
City, Utah, at the conclusion of their ex
amination in $2,000 each for criminal netr-
Ano(.rn rxniczn and .Tack Clifford, two
of tho Arkansas train robber were sen
tenced to the penitentiary Parker for sir
and Clifford for sevou year. Tho trial of
Cook, who turned State's evidence, was
Iiostponed until next term.
At Burgin, Ky., the other day, Dave Mc
Olunli, an eleven year old boy, shot nnd
instantly killed Jerome Qay. Gay and his
brother forced the fight on McC.'nnls. It
was the first murder ever committed in
Burgin. McGinnls was not arrested.
Jons Kwiko, a grocer at Xenii, O.,
failed recently. AsscU, $27,000j JlablllUu
about the same.
Judsok Ii I 'a not, postmaster of South
Oitellc, Chenango County, N.- Y., com
mitted salclde recantly.
Ak attempt was mado recently to kill
Anthony Comstock at New York bv means
of nn Infernal machine. Tho machlna.
however, failed to work. The miscreant
who attempted the assassination escaped.
The Sheriff and n posso of armed men
left Trinidad, Col., on -the SCth for Stark-
ville, summoned by tho Atchison. Toiwki
& Santa Fe Coal Mining Company. Mr.
Bavago, tho Superintendent, bad been rid
den ou a rail. The wife of an official do.
loaded hrr homo and husband with a six
shooter. The miners were In arms and
serious trouble, was oxpectod. Kivo huu
ilrod men at the mine have been idle for
KLLiorrBnos & Co., dry goods mer
chants of Philadelphia, have announced
their Inability to meet their payments. The
firm's asset were $222,090: liabllltles27-
000. They offered to settle at sixty cents
on the dollar.
The Orange demonstration at Harbor
Grace, N.F.,ontbe2Jtb,passedofr quietly.
The procession composed of 1,000 persons,
passed through tbe principal streets of the
city unmolested. The bloody memory of
lost St. Stephen's day relnforred by tbe
warship and a formidable police force ef
fectually prevented any hostile, demonstra
tion. OrnciALS of the Taunton (Mass.) Insane
Asylum denied the story telegraphed from
Chicago charging that many insane pau
pers had been shipped West from that iud
similar Institutions. In onecase an innate
psmeii waun uai ueen sent to bis uncle iu
Pullman, 111., and tho authorities since re
ceived a letter thanking tliem for the
rjEXEiuL Sxsronn, the American dele
gate to the Congo Conference, proposes
that Opium be Included under tbe rule pro
hibiting the al of alcohol In tbo Congo
Tub Cathvlii. Union of London have
arranged to give a groat banquet to Ijrd
Uipon, ex-V'ctroy of ludla, on tho 10th of
February next, ptter his return from tha
The Upaulsli Government, it vras said,
authorised Minister Vaiiira at Washington
(ogive astwit to tht niodjnstl?n of tbe
Qpanlih-Amorlcnn treaty ( such action
Will Injure the adoption of tho treaty by
tho American Senate. It would sutl'cefor
fpnln If only sugars to class thlrtceu or
dwlttcd free Into. the United ritt.
A BUTLEJt, rA.,ptc!lotHs.ysi
Tke Are at Flihev's nil wsftb; h.-wi ix-
Wsru"e ye)eruy, ,( SM VWJ
iWlBg. ' x
, TtlH, (rrlfhv' Otwl. W
with a schooner at sea off New Brighton,
(SW'mfP-t'r'.iTl'ft'scbt.onta sdnkt ,The'
crewn syyed.,, . ( ,v . ,
Trt ndssitig New yprk preacher, lteir,
John Bhey" Tholnpaon, ho !en heard,
from at Boston, wliero he "wai ' reported
At Montgomery, Ala., an aeronaut named
MacNeal, of Mobile, made a balloon ascen
sion recently, The balloon fell Into the
The Comptroller of the Currency1 htisaa
thorliod tbo Union National Bank of Chi
cago to begin business with a capita,
Title New Orleans car drivers struck on
tho 27th. v . ,
Owino to a fliange lW61scIey',ApWi
tious th relief of Khartoum' will b tlo
laycl. for tw months further. -i .
.. AfAncitsTs nnd elal.iitii.ftiiaged Jo
a handto-hnd fight over tho question
f.t.'f8 piialrtiintublp it,a jntDthiiJ.htiil in;
I'arls on tho 2th. ' ,
Mns. Williams, living near Dalilgreri,'
Hamilton County, III., while in a lit of
tnentnbdiipondeudf SVJcentlyJ threw, orie"
ot uer children, a Ilttl-9 girl, Into a well and
nUacMngnnothcr stiUyouucot; taber dross,.
juwi-vv in uHriwuii auu' au iiiree woro
droVhd' -J x '" ' --
.Tnwolllclalreturns of th loss of life by
the recent earthquake in tho provinces of
Malaga and OranacLi. Spain, tdaco tbn num
bet;pf kllleoTat COT person", Ami ove? 8S9
xAH have beenT-ctovcrcd; .
The loss by the Imrnlng-of tbo Indian
apolis cotton mill was placed at $100,000;
Insurance, $10,000. The mill will not bo re
built. " " '
Dn. II. Aiki; sow, a lending physician of
Brooklyn, died cm nwful death recently
from venereal poisoning, consequent upqu
asUghtWrauJufecelUd 6n!o)lb-or hisfliU"
gcrs while, performing an operation upon si
patient. ',,'., . . . ' , ,
The Secretary of the Treasury recti vel a
communication on the 2,th' from the Col
lector of Customs at New Orleans, saying
bo had. been Informed by thaSpaniah Con
sul that ono Gomez recently loft that city
by tho srKootierl'nuShix,
Two chief members of the firm of Weellts
TirotherS,fXcniburg,"A!usTfTo, grain mer
chants and large Importers and maltsters,
committed aulcldo recently owing to
... . ' it. at'.'. ) il
i wniLEaHbcnil'sposso wcro seeking ta
arrest a criminal named Sullivan at Miles
City, Mont., the other morning, Doc Char
linandta threo-ycnr-olt-cblld wererhot
tfeon faftfij citln t6i.t Billlva'nTwa. sub
seqaontlSfcuriKrand lofgcil InTairT '
Tnn Blake Opera House at Ilaclne, Wis.,
burned on tho morning of tho 20th. loss,
$1J0,000; Insured. Three lives were lost,
two of whom wcra Russell Orover and his
wife, members of tbo "Beggar Student"
Opera Company, which company had
given a performance tho night previously.
The Fredericksburg Lodge of tb
Maaonlo fraternity will attend the dedico
cation of th'c7ralbftigtfa. monument nt th
National capltSL-i7aihlngton was n mem-"
ber of this lodge.
A mam named Stemming, employid In
on of tbo rendering cstablislimonU at the
Union Stock Yard at Chicago, fell Into a
vat of boiling grease tho -other afternoon
but was rescued after being burned in a
horrible manner. Ho was fatally injurvd.
Mis; Maquis McLkjiqrk, teacher at the
aorilonvUle' Academy, Nashville, Tenn.,
waa recently ' fatally' Injured by being
thrown from a stago by tho horses running
The Xallpnal GttU$ .saya.th majority
In tho Reichstag Intends t6 place a new
check- on Bismarck by rejecting his An
mand for a crdlt df fiO.000 marks to con
duct explorations in Africa.
Tnn JVbrd (Russian organ) rtdlctdea, the
rejxirt that, Ruasfan agents, .o.t Cabul ar
trying to persuade the Ameer to relinquish
The Irish Executive has ordered thir
Chief of rollce to Inquire into the charac
ter of appointments to tho detective force
mode under the regime of French, ttrdis-'
l'AQUCT, the infldel, paralyzed while d
nyingtho doctrine of eternal' punishment',
died at Toronto, Ont, on tho 27th.
Tyumen were frozen recently In Eagle
County Co!., -In a stqrm. Tituy weretcan).
tng at the tlme A search party' found one
oi inera ouve, wno win be a cripple for life,
tho other, N. R. Smith, of Doticro, bad
nieu me nay previous. . ' k
. ' in ,,,,,..
TnE French Chamber of Deputies on tbe
fOlh voted ono thousand million francs on
account of Jtho,exicnse oUSiJr-
It was alleged tbptilrs. Amelia, Gibson,
who waa tried in Pittsburgh- fOTTecelvIng
stolftu. Roodsthad a regular training school
8uEmrr TEttnr, of" Iuo cJubtv. Tek.I
" saot anu imted bv Kmmet Butler. rVi..
cently, ond in attempting taoscapoJUiiUor
I Un. I,, . .1 , ' KJ.n .
"- M...W& MJ illO EIVHU.
OtvnrroiiB'Hventttftb birthday was",
vcivuruicu in jonnpn on tno sutn.
kuhs, uu.) lios-MgnttJornpanj tht othe
day, doing $5,000 damage.
UchjaminF. Bioelow, the absconding
cashier, was sentenced to flro' years'' Ira?'
A coLonxu man named Llgo ,FafkV has
confessed to fbo murder of Louis llox, the
Arkansas planter, niaTbowlU borUiugeL
.". .'ru'-.l.lao 1"'. Vsenger
nltoiy. 1 I T T'-""'r '--i
Ex-SrEAKKn RANDALL addressed alar fa
assemuiageat JjojWvilJ.ioiithnijU. ijo,
lo oKBinsj excwBlvl laXMIVOJlaufljIn
favor of thelucomlng adminlktratlont
In Detroit on the 27th JVilllaiUfHteln w
sentetSJKTto twuntr.ftva VtaraTlt,:"
ment for killing John Kiicher, whoa!used.
him ot Intimacy with Mrs. Kllehsr. '
Tyo New V9rk Central freight trains
other night. The- engineer and fireman
saved their lives byjumpiug. Tbedamnge
nmouuto.1 to ffi,000. ' -
-.Tile ProSecuilnir Attornev ot Clermont'
County, O., has turued all his property over
to his creditors, leaving debts unsecured
amouutlug to ?10,000. HfsoffldW accounts
wero nil right. His losses were caused by
. FenniKiKD .AVtiAK'hss been- chosen
assignee to Shaw &J)ros., tbe Krent'tan
ntrs, ot Boston.
VANncnnarvas renorted si willing .
tvir6 ma cmiia or ?)M,w against tjouoral
Grant for 100,000. It was report! tbat
Pjrtu WiPield Tvns endeavoring to raise
that amount ond thus prevent the Grant
property from going to tho hammer.
While hnntluj; rear Mt. Oilead, Ky.,
Chrlstniss day, Akab, Black and Atnos
RISirsquarjjle'ti'BndRtgg Uewhls coin
pfttjion's htfd oft with a shotgun. When
Black's" body was foifud It had a, plitoi In
Tin foreraan ot a gang ot Ialxnoath.
Northern Railway, 123 tulles norfh. of To
ronto. Out., was ramming dynamite down'
a 001 a few dava Innvhm Ii ....tn f.4 I
wr somo ipom-ou tliellylf coast, wftb a
vlowjjitjs Jeliecilo gettlneout tClUjus
tcrlnff CXIMHlttlon fi Cliba? to lie mnnml
i '. v .'
:ilimTA,;IN5JAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANTTAKY 1, 1885.
SUFFERIMC AT S
' . i i
A French (tteomrr VVreckrU--T))'CapeIn
Frea to Death Intense ilnrl'nc anil
DMth. . J r ' "
Ni w Yonn, liicsmbtr 26. A special f ron
Halifax gives the following: details of tha
Ihonlblo sufTcrings of a ship's crew cast on
sable Island. Tho Dominion Government
teanier "Lansdowne" returned from StblJ
JsUnddsst nlhtahe wa- put In t(i gtcnf
rales of Frldnv and .afnfiUv a'n.f ..,1.1,.
ulinrora nays lie never saw worse weather:
Uutlng lili half century's ex pcrlenco tin tliH
coast. He brines Intelligence of thd
wrccK of tho Brig "A. 8. II," of,
St Jtalo, Franre, Captiln IyeMarchand.
pwnel by , Omcjrcrs ft Co., 0(
Hf. Ilerre "srfdv boilnd from that
iliUcc-toUmtonHhfWI... Ihi vessel left
bUI'lomj December, 1-V Tin) gale of Ui4
t7tlf, loth and lBtll drwellio sliln nest1
S.tbl IilAlitl. Tlie we m.l Hfrfit iiAS Af
,tliolsIand,wasl!KMe.latfour o'Joek. Oi(
the afternoon of FrInS)1, tlio 18tH, a ticaVy
snmvistorm prevailed, and the wind was !
nixiwiNO a lit nmcAsi:, I
few minutes after land was out of sight,
i'ho.Veiiel.was driven una sVul bar wltlf
reat violence and Imniollattly began' Id
ureal; tin. She bud a cruw nf irtm in-nj
,TfioJherinonicter.1udleated twolvo deirrct!!
below zero, and the atifferlngs of tlio men
had been terrible. They wcro frosthltlen
cut, bruied, disheartened, and deaUi was a
weicomo release. Tluco of the crew wcro,
washed ovcr.wJicn tho Miip stpick. .nd al
lliOugll thero.was pleayTof noillus dcbrbi,
tlity madrfno'cTroitfioSave tneiiiselves'and
wero drowned. The steward, prcfi'rrlnij
death to any further misery, ran to his
berth, crabbed a razor, cut a terrible iraxli lit
-lii4JiriMil reaching from car to ear, Jumped
iiuo me sun anu tMapr.trL-u. ins notiy,
was found In the sand the next day by thu;
coast guard men. Captain LoMnrclisnd.
his first mate ami a sailor, managed,, to get
fan a sand u.ihk 6y aflimtimr Spar, Mil Wily
oncaptod'tllb terrors Of thodepp'tbcccoiinteit
tho more . , '
(if the frost king. They could faintly dIh
cern tne glimmer of a llghlhouso three inllect
across vie samibar. and see out n the d.itk
ncss to reach It. The sand was being driven"
with tending force by tho gale, juul aclf
grain dashetl igalnst tlio faccs,of Jlieu ex
liauHcd lilen lllrt MnllitoncM. Finally tlio
Qlpta.lnlecusibcd, laid downiatid, dcftplte;
the efforts of bis equally exhausted com
rades to rally lilm, In a few minutes w
Trozcn fo" death. Tho clitif uMN
ccr and sailor then pressed mi,
but within half nn hour tht!
sallgctog.ktypntUioeandsn frozen corpses
Ttieelllef ofllccf. a powerfully built man,!
then puihed ou to the llKlitlion-e. tl.o only
nun Ivor. After six hours nf almost lnde-i
serlbxbio sulfcriug from fnwt and tho tlajhi
bsand ,bo ,ji;itch&iriIio -JljihtTiouse
tbo Jaaj .auarferj 'uT.-ji "mjlq. on
hands and Knees, and told n tcirlhlei
tale of the wreck. It was then two,
o'clock In the morning. Everything poMlbln
was dono to relievo his suffering. Next
ii;triiliir ltiQ,lonK;Ltls;iiUrtpjff for the
fcejic, ,of tho dlsaetcr. Tliey found tlio
bodies of tho Captain and sailor, and In-b-ned
them In the sand. Tho body of tho
steward was also found on the bcacli near
the wreck. The vessel had been smashed
toplecostsud tlio debris covered tlmauif
'cafen iKird. aiietirvlvor catne upon'
JioIjmsdovnd"' . v'" " -
Santa Clmn Urine, Utrn Ihn Xrirt That1
lis VTut tbo Icl Ilu.b.nd.vr Mli lllll1
iiitPSI list Tay'AlliW.my1 and be hlVorrV.'
San FitAScisco, Cau, December 20.!
The celebrated Sharon dlvorco rase was ile-
elded In favor of Uio tilaliiIT.' 'lite suit.
as brought by tha plaintiff, Mlu Sarah
Allhcalll)l,cllmliig tobe the wtfo of ex-
Senator Sharon, was for dlvorco and tltvi-
sfon of common pruperty Jndgq Sullivan's
decision is very comprehensive, coiualnlng
JO.000 wonls. Alter revlewlne tho trstl
niOny ho concludes by declaring tiiat under
tho laws of California tho plalnt.ff
I tho local wife of glmivuJuul jij such
Is entitled to tllvdrco, on tiio grouh,u tif wil
ful descrtlod, and djvhlon of common
property. Tlio latter Is estimated to be
worth 310,000,000. Tho verdict Is a great
sunris to tho public, It tuvbg been gm
crully suppovd, from tlie contradictory
chaructcr of th tcitlniony, that tho plaintiff
would have been non-su!tod. It is believed
Sharon will appeal. W. 11. I Barnes,
Ic-idlns counsel for ex-Senatnr Shnmn in
lliQiSharnti dlVorcb case, says of Judgi; Sitlll.
faiisuumaion: "u is, an eii)iru surprlw lo
tho profession, both as to law and facts.
Judgment If It stands will not boaserloui
.pccuqijry injury tcjf r. Aharon. I iiton't
imnc jiu nsx.aio.ocHJworia.ot rfrofturt
which could be madosubjttctto thcilecl.-lim.
Mr. Sharon Is grrnlly annoyed by the pres
ent decision, but has not tho alhthtpkt hip
Lin suomissioii, anu or coarse will apcal,
una we are rxninneni oi reverting tha de
cision. Tho suit bniucht by Sharon m tho
United States Clrcnlt Court to bare the
tnarrlago coutwet de:lsrod invalid will be
.prusveutod.-' .Xl plabiUITs coitiucl h t!
wranurinivoirnxaw will vasuo apncju
.ut.i.Tiuuavt,majiil jj.wu pec miuuu.
fourteen months, a!nco the beginning of
me case. r '. f
New IUvks, Cosy.i December 20. A
.panic occurred, In Uuniicll'j Museum last
uiglit. 'I ho houso was crowded. A
."ddfiturbanca'and.an ofUcffc bn'ilrlt)tttn
8-tetlt Idni. KomejpeHoii hcl crlDittt'Fjre B'
Mi forlen "-wimrW VndeonIurt Wlgucd.
JImi sJiouted, women fainted and children
cried. A boy Jumped from the
Falliyy-trt,A tha lower flour, but
was only slightly Injured The
manaccr assnrtiTuie auUIcjirotfgd.was no
tire nnd no cause for nlnnu. Tli;n-ilie audi
ence began to flolot! d0Wll,' K6uh were
.,, ,,H,TcM.n!.ncU nUmmT
- i rZ
-J-.' JiJVJir.-'v-,. J... ....
kwpeel J. W. Jfcl'a.Wea if Qi, wl-bfoj
weeks ago. under suspicion uf defalcation.
,Vfr)U!tda- hn.'tnu.ealie.i I.,bo
91,000. 1 ho cohsiablo was presc
io store and
Ion of over
mvaent and ar.
rcyletl "tilm. lie got peruibsjlon tngo to the
Vitfir cfosofo n-ttinipClij vof 1flljuijt;CUa
tltmi,'natm antldiulcl arrest. Uo a
m mu raio oi noout sixteen Hundred
o-v,wk, J3o grpai duaJority-setlldJii
orsnnizo c donlcs, nnd cngagu In fruit
nnd wlno .culture, A Lwgo per cent,
nro tnen uf means, nntt'even of wealth,
who go there mainly for health, but
COII1UI11Q UUtlnnM tin. 'I'lm lunnn
1 '..j. t - ii i, , -a?" At i
t 4j;jii.'auy tviiio "i mo.nonnunj
rv..iii, vi mu omit-, iuu ajrncuiiuroi
rcgloiis, Tho population of Ujo State
Is now estimated nt onn million. fiii
In an Insan'o iwyiuia In Now York
Statu is conilncd a, young lady of twenty
four, who In Lor own rlsht Is- worth
ei.000,000 or $3,00Q.000, nnd whosa
patronym'o Is a synonym of wealth nnd
eooliil position. So. vlolont-1s tho'Jor
of hor malady that her hands aw ooni
Hiiually covered with pacWed glovesj
lut in ono pf her SJ'c lis tho ihould. toat
her eye out, as sho has froiuently en
aVt)rbd to do. For day nt a tlmo she
P4 to tbbod In Hailchahfila
or to tho chnir la whluti 1ib fan.
wHemlH?, creek, shuI all otMer 3h1Iiih ef (he IhsIIam Territory
rJOV COOb' INDIANS
.t Pplrt ot, tAwiMoii oid,,t refall
Aini-nir 111- Cli.rn.f. and Arapalioil. .
W.iNIIIlflT,iV. tWrniilwr hT 'A' .nUlt l
MawlesStn'M h taKcn"ps?ssion of the
Towna ouchs ot iih) tiieyentips Bint Anti
Itoesi Th'eto Is Very Utile -talk, brit a good
deal ot triifMlne-s' is Mfabout' It amdfi'i;
officials of :thtf Intorior JWpattment. Tlie
Irbrnrti.lii3ed as 'Wild' They liavu.
rrogrriubd fKt enough torsrd ivillutl6n
,lhaY,qaeqtiiiod most pj (Ija vices without
.JuiyyMho virtues of" (fi.ilaOvaiiccil sjale.
'JiM fof lh;p dcpro'tatloiis'liavo betn nt
inch 4 chilracttr tut Ihtf Meimrtincnf roo-'
pldhre'.i.iialed Wk'ilow Just what to tie,
A case nidi ai lisprnoi awhile ago call ba
dealt with.. On IrR'tlsi: iJarstho licniLi of
ifaiiilllc come In and Umnciit niipoitluns
f ttifi.l wh6 Prt-sonl Uil-ntSi-Ivhs Uu knwi
intended for thd wliole tribe Oueftf thcio,
Ud'abiustuiie bncks appilod for his: meat sev-'
-ral dVi Rftcr Iho dlsUihuilou. Tlio aitait
fell back on the mte stid tnhi him
Ills shaHhnd already been (;lven0tlf. There
nurieu winciicsicr anu a' nnrrieti
si.rtnidrrof abecf alcen aiul thu, as soon
As thO ag(-nt could get onlvlif this temporary
wfttwrrsrmeiit. lid sent soldlerB after tlw
bad Ihdllu and raaila tho proper show uf
iilniliyl;. Sudi an lot-lance its tlili, boW
cwr. Is rare. Tlio cattlvmci) are generally
IhW sttirrrers. Tlieto ate rioMr ort -tlio resf na
tion nfialliousandVjf theso bucks, who aro
licttrr armed and enilppHl than npy like
Iiuiliber of men .a-tho cptinltX, Scnrcs of
tliem hre 6pt Mt by thd' 'igettt ml dell ve?y
days; but m tlley wfint nienV tiiey go out
stkl shoot iloMlibaoVes from' thelwnljat
psfbreon Hw(W liilllliflis of, acnit wlilch
bavubeciili-nsed. One ratlin ramiciiiv lin
alrrhdysriHWefl loAStis tit'thlt Wav tti an ei-'
.tent nf-overtaiPWO. Tho atUUKhrof the
uepanim-ni on ineso uiieyeunn and Ar(ia
hoo leases lit tlrat of nonlhterferrne-. A
thbroniliipollcliiir.of lllo reWv'atlon with
lrqW.. would check tlio trouMiv but thla
.wiHildbo so clearly In the, iiieri-t of tho
cattlcttieh whoIloM life leases that tfm Sep.
VetaryeSii not see thd way deariodo It
I Tlietattlemetl are already looked unon' with
eiJ as enjoi ins gwv pri7iegcs and a;dvaii- (
hot feet that It Is'wlse for tlijifi to riiiVo ncy
uiEC under incir cnenii ip.-Vj-ji. nmi t ,..v .1,1
vu.tij, -vmr' mu nuirno tn mo niniinv,
ultu-tigh these loses are cutting in .heavily
on the product Uutbusinea. . It seems as
if tho Indians must realize, tin .peculiar ro-hittortS-
between tlio OoVcintrtMl and tho
taUlewrn, for they are. as a rule.. rrv
carefpl to pick out thp ht(cf to proy upon.
It liaS not been ldng Wnco a Virty of tliem
sioppvu n raoeu-waguti train gnlmr Uowfl
with supplies,., anih-nuder tho preccuso
that tiiey wanted, meat, tlicy kliletl
nine liead of Oven. Somo' "cliolcu
portions. iwero taken frota thei car.
rasscs, and they .were Uicn Jelt whero
llieyfdlL Tho worst featoro icf thl In
sUtico va that Iio leader of Uie,b,iud waa
one of the educated Indians from the m-.WI
nt Carlisle. Tlie bucks are careful not tn
hurt perous, but thoy keep- tho cattlemen
In a state of mind which prompts freqarnt
gifts of tobacco, firearms, arid, Jt is feared,
flrfr-wtiter. These presents arc vcf tnueli
llku forced, levies Mt Uyer.tboagetit cf
the tribes, who fears that Hits anirlt i
;") jimiaus mucu ocj-onmnrir law
less acU of tlio prweut; tas boen here con'
Sllltldz Witil the Secretary, but thn Intlr
doe not-feelthnt the time has yeTrome for
rwoitln? to, vigorous meatirt with tht
niaitudcrfc, jlu tlni examlnutlnn of the,wlt
! lumtnched to annea beforu tha Ki"
ntb Oinninlltea llieru wllf nmn nnth.
foinpIcU unenverinjof ihtrtrlajs the ealCe.
inenafe cxperfeHcing wltfi'lho Cbeycujies
uu Ariinuoes. "." " - ""
Dr.' fVtklnsnf; r tokty,it, ,1U; n YIM!
lo lllooit l'ulsauliig After Operating
Upon , l-at,(.nt. . ( .
NnwTomt, 'December 29. Dr. H. At'
klnson, vno of ho, leading .physicians- ot
llrooklyri 1$ Jj ug atlhe'fwlntof deiitlL file
disease from which hq Usufferimj wit), w
tlio sUgldeft h6t-bf rcct)Ver' Is blooil
poisoning., contracted while attend fig, a prh
vate patient' In Anguit last,Tli6 'patient
was the victira,of, mi InfccJIonsdltcise. A
jwlnrul operation becamn necessary.' Ether1
was admluIs'.eroL WliIIo ttio t-v
Herjti ! wa" ' Utnc tho . 'Jjrdfe ho
scralched tlio tint Joint of tho middle
ftosef.of Ihe doctcr'6 light hand .Milh Ills
irslfieAIrawIni; blottl.' Hie wouvj at first
waa atiuatvntlv Iu-l?ninnL T.iKini ...
ttittof Xoveriibt-ri the. doctor oce-att to snfler
greaiij-. 'inumvla ago the tight side bo-
camp I'afalrwd.'hjs inllul .hegnn to ittuider.
afid tlioliexl day only tho left band could ba
piuvcd. gjuca tlicu he lias been uitdertho com
rtsnt catv of Intlf adozcrVof the inost dls-"
iiniruitiiyd uiiMicat men of tlio cotii
vi- t iriQ.aaiii iu-jwaizjiai lue'mtwn
twilio rvaclied 1C0 decrees, 'lliu ind l nnt
....... ......... n.UU.u ,, ctct tAIUU Ul Ilia
knolftliro ot jlio attendant tihyalclana, jm
tlw. poison wa not oxKttcd trt reach tha
brain before a year or moio. There wa
only onnjMtj) ona.ttlinllarjjtlnir ni&rtloned
in mo boogs. utcr Dr. Atk.nton Is deait
A r-.u.r..,' .'..k u4 ( 6 '! " B V
iVdSoifVei 11 tJitvH ncr-
tRoWtfvlnM if "MaW-i and
Oranada by tho rcceut carthnuake. Tin,
populfdkiiKif fiiWiidaUistlll encaniptd In
squares, richer slassca lodging In carriages
along the street. Tim facade of the cathe
dral Is seriously damaged. Muny houses
wcro ueatroyeil in Jliueua and a uliolo
JiUlcd ill"lb( jllLaiiOnf rJri. hJV
In ruins. Tho nmvlneo of ifaiaim .ir.
fered cpmlly m utncli damage as d.d lira,
nadi. Commerce Is paralyzed. Two hun
dred houses at AI(mejJ were damaged.
The lkinlc Is subsldfrfx Tlio shock was not
felt in tha northern and northwest prov
Incca. The (iovenuncnt has granted co,030
Irom tl'3 National calamity fund for the re
lief of tho sufterrrj ,ln Uio .provlnco of
(iranaila. IjterWlvlcys tVport three hun
drnl lln's loU at Alliima and seven hun
dred and fifty bouses and churches de-
iimytM; tinny peismi were killed at
iintiitrttl tier-tons were kilted in tlu.nmvii,,...
of M!S.. Ineluillng the killed at Alhama.
l-resh aliorlt-t nioto lolent than the first oc
iincil atTniiox-and.Vltrann wid tho panic
t those plticcMam revived.
A I:rgT hminovils dono by telo
graph cornpardi's In tho Vi tctjTStatsli
man in anj-otnor. otiptty dh UMrorTd.
Over 40,000,000 messngoj wero sunt last
year. Greatliritain sont nearly 33,000.
lOOO.Fnmcu 20,OOO,Oi,O,nnd Gonnany ltf,
'000,000. Tho total for tht world wns
loa.000.000, tnllv ono-hairbeJng sent
In English speaking couutrles, Gor
many has nettrlj' us many telegraph
ollloea as tlio United States, nlthough
jo much smaller In area, and iloioi:
less then tialf tho business. Groat
Britain oa to contrarv, doea a largo
business with comparatively few oiUcea,
-I.. .!.. y,
-A woman at Fnnda. N. v. .
muted sulcltlo with, trrcbnlne rather
KbSh. T-n . "?llt tor ThK88ly,n!?'
lcavca five ohlMn.-r. )'. JVn.e.
1 ' '"'
Mr. Huxloy'a dacghters arasnldto
K amoiiit tho prettiest irirls la Loudoa.
,lliIs.IlTghtlxainWgious, m tbopama
WlntTjn Slltbcsakl of tha old irmitU.
var m if'A'KcrA.
h"hefboiity5,i imbrogll" tn TTMeli
,,rinrnrrml,.t tn be Hlood.hed TrT-
erst City In a fttnte cirnrJenseand, Troops
' M.i,li,(r lo ., tee-The KeeorJs
Ctlicle.l and the V'llmot Mob lttet
Mined Jo litre Vh.m nr Ml-d.
Ttls city was thrown into a most intense
stato o( cxoltcmcnt at an oarly hoar
this rodralng, And nil day long tha
trrfcatcef confusion lias prevailed. About
seven o'clock; this morning, while many
of the Inhabitants of tho place wcro
asleep, a mob of men, fully one hundred,
most of whom carte from Wllmot, a
ttuall town In tho Soutlwrn portion of
the county, Invaded tbo town. The men
entered the town and placed guards at
thd end , of every street, armed with
Winchester rifle, thus heading off pco
plo Irom golrig or coming. After this tho
rcmaladpr-fcf tlio, mob went to tho Court
house, broke tho doors down and went
through each and every office, .helping
themselves to papersi documsnia and
valuables, scattering and dcstrovlhg what
thoy tjldn't want, They also, carried
away the safe. Tho mob destroyed a
jrcat dciitu. property, puhUo and prl
teld, a"dd helped themselves to what they
wanted, and altar accomplishing what
bad been mapped QUtJett.
Sheriff Cnmmlugs mado an effort to re
sist the men, but they were determined,
and ho was ordered to remain qnlet, and
at, tha ,sa mo time, a lino display of Win
chester rifles wcro placed on exhibition,
especially for his benefit. A humbcr of
Traverse tneu left their homes with the
Intention ql assisting (ho Sheriff la qnlct
lugihe dMuruaiiee, but further consider-.
irig1 thn Situation, became convinced that
prnderico nt that particular juncture .was
uie wiser policy. Tho Sheriff and his
friend renulvcd under cover of W(n-'
chc;tvm, In tlie hands of the murderous
lodkldgmcnwbp.bad byjhUttme Im
bibed,iDOt liberally of "d whbiky, tany
01 the mdV we're' very drnnk,' and had
grown boisterous as well as dangerous.
Thcitiob remained about an hour, then
left with the comity safe and all the pri
vate property they could find. The in
side of the L'ourt-bonsc Is a total wreck.
The bukincss men of Wllmot led tho mob,
and gathered the lowcc elements of tho
country, mostly lorclancrs. Tlio United
btalcs null carrier was stopped aud the;
man ovcrnauivii. me department bas
been bollncil. ' The safe contained no val
uable records ftud papers'. The moll de
stroyed Margepiiinberot papers, Anions
which, were several hundred chatbat
mortgases, which will bu a great Ions to
the mortgagees, All other County records
are safe, the County Clerk havlug
removed them frohj the Court-house.
Notice was pasted on the' Court-bume
drfor to-day to the effect that tbo records
were safe, and business would 1m irons.
acted nnsUocsl. -,
Tho excitement lias by no means abated,
though the hostile Intentions of the WU
mott, mob have been somewhat retarded
bj the fearful blizzard that haa prevailed,
In their almost defenseless, position the
citizens of Tra verso appealed to Gorcrnpr
l'icrco for troops; abd protection, bnl uo
reply has been received lroni him. After
capturing the safe tbo mob wero
furiouMy exasperated at finding it 'con
tained 'nothing, and made threats
mat tncy would born thd town
apd bnpg tbe couutj otUccra ii tho records,
books and papers were not turned over to
them, Tho whereabouts of these docu
ments are tiliklionu. The people ot
Traversd fire armed to tho extent of their
abllltyrand will defend their town, aided
by tbe citizens, who are flocking to tbo
county eat from all parts of tha county.
Tbe otllciali urn cool and ready lb meet
wlutvcr assault Jtiay bo tnade. Thodc.
fay, owing to tho weather, his been
In tbo late election for county seat,
Wiltnolt vouon the face of the returns,
bnt tlje fjinvasslng board threw out tw.o
tOWUS. OW lU2 to balloUbos llllflln. and
fraudulent trrtgnlarlty. This gave tho
county seat toTraVerse. A mandamus
was strved on Xha board, but at tho hear
llU beforo JuJUC Smith It was nuanhnl.
A second writ was decided in favor ot
Traverse. Havlnbecntfcteatod lu the
decjlon and count the W(lra6tt gang de
termined to resort to mob force. A light
Is.txpccted IU tbe morning.
TnAvnnsie cixr, !.T..IetinbcrJi.
A spy. Just arrived I tijrn Wllmot. A, confer
enyrfot onxfnundrcd dml City men was held
ta Mori's oillce at WUniot. Tbe cbiir-
nan.atjtndln nn'thrt tt,nr,rtt,.itn s.r.
said the combination had been te)dgrae"di
iur,aiiu u ut rccctrca oy oan,USy morn
lng th Vkto wontd be blofn onen.- and
asltKllhormeitlouf "Whit bail"'we do
If (ho booka srd notln tho ssfct" A ruo
tlon tvau made, nml earrlcd amid cheers
and howls, to go to, TravcrkO, ack and
burn cyery 'hnlldlqg, and bans everv
man found. Kvery man at tho meet
ing -was armed wltn. Winchesters
and ' shot-guns. Ou receipt of
thlsncwH tho Traverse officers ordered
the women and children to leave the
town, and they m rapidly departing.
Tbe molt Is hot expected to reach hero
much, beforb dark. Buildings arobciug
barrlctiHil, and tho men aro out over the
equity for anna and men. Tbo force lu
CraverH) at present Is rather moall lot
sflch "an emergency. Tlio men on the
ground aro well armed and will make a
iesperaUs tight. AR the weak-kneed hart
veu asked to leave town. Jiono have
eft. .Men 'from the northwestern part ot
le county arctooralug to tho rescue, but
iay not get thera in time. -Upv.c-rnorviereowm
bavo troops here
this evening, but they also may be too
late. Tbo (ifllcers here are cool, nnd will
wake thd most, of the circumstances.
Governor Pierce telegrabbod the Bhertn
to call every man Iu .thn couuty to his
assistance, and nota every ono horc,
f rtSed. Excitement rims high. Tho coun
ty records fcavd been secreted. No one
CMtpjing thfltegUter of liccda knows
Tlr 13mJCoi jlturls Mwiej-,
ijorrit XoiavAtK, Cqirx., lecembee.,
Thutmt manufacturers, lu'a ptatcjuent
regarding the present strike, say among
tho men who rclaso tb work, or are
hlndtred froin working, arc, nine xnun.
who received 81,300 each list year) two
who received l',tOO, ono 91,8:10, ob
6l,00, and ona $3,(00. On firm dur
ing tbe year cudod July 1, paid io eight
sizars and sevcu curlers an average oi
RtsiO. Tho fact is sabmlttod that
t-Torkwen earnmg susit waxes can stand
a reduction ot ten peccant, without be
Mora Irou yorki Stopped.
Vestvnlay the. Cleveland lloUiag Mill
wot taei that An, ' departmenU ttheU
Uxnslvo works In tho Eighteenth Ward
i jjo, tT AiSi, X 3 ha4
so previous knowleda ol tixi kht-dowa.
rwdt CbUaoJrc, tha ooly van, wtss,
b aMihorrty to talk for, -w coawsun.
cpmrany poswd a .notice Informing the
iar, tq learn uinr tko mmv to
AN AHMLEM WOMAN'S AT.
Writing, T)ir.rrinr n NkH, and, feeding
"2foir, lst uto kfiow yew wfeftt I csm
lo. Dlnnor'U bd bora ItitMt a mmtjritt
rhrctul a nccdlsj' Of ,rmrq . .em;
ico?" nnd sttftfng tho i(oa to ' th
word, Mrs. thoinsdn'lcVo j ,tii a Am'
nccdlo with tho-largo and acriond trie of
iho right foot, held. U "tlghlry btVrt!ei
tho tips, and tnkln sxMsMilysm. InJ hw
left foot, rpltel tho ctjd .deftly ,oa a,
tmall, smooth stbnd. pnt Tt to her hVottth
by bcndlnir hen bodyrfclnrfst tioWhi)
snd deftly Inserted tho ynrn.ln. th.,i
ale, more easily than n bachelor tbrpails
a large nmllo'wfth V6if Km1 thread.
Next sho tookahandsotaatldym which:
sho was crocliutlng and with rcmarka-.
bid deftneaj hcliT tho' wbrfc Vdth Wr
rlchtfoot wllllo Willi bra? l?ftiihnmJrf'
tho needle In apd ont. catchlag-tlw
threads with caSq and fasblonlni tto
ngnro as last a "my liy '"i tho ilP'
llng-rf-om dora ,wlth her;.oftt b4ndsti
iter right cyo giving hqrsom trouVIo.
uunnjr mis worg, ana dcTtty 'pnjicti
back tbo spccticles wblfh:aho-ror& stnd
with tho second tno niHml thn K.ntl.l;
Then sho lont forward" rind brusltcd
back a few straj htC.T frrml Iter fore-"
iieatL Inking up tlie pop. between tltp
htrgo nnd second too. of her left foot,
and holding a slip of papf with Iter'
right toes, she wrote Jn a fcmlninw
nani, smi.li nnd rathor neat "Uo that
lends to nil shows good wilt liuf littPJ
icnse, Ann K. U ThorarU lldrW
without arms, Ppcrabcr UJ. ,lpVJf Ga,!'
Tills tt-ritton, sho put tho per; down, took
op a blotter wltbW left fobL filke'ril U
over the Writing ndtlrjijd tboibtkiJ
'"",,ub ")' i''r oi largo scissors wun
tho lnrsne .-tnd thin! Itni(f thn urn' tAm
sho.clovcrly cnt oft tho p6rtl6a'of the
j.aur uu wiiicn sno nau, wntterr, , ,
Hero cptucs ray tlfriner." fow you
can sj mo cat not tlrat It's' michi
siUt, bittyon may find It. odd to sq
ono cat withtocs Instal itt fingers-'"
Sir. Thomson spread dot a napltln rfri
tho platform, and phecdOa It tho din
ner of a ier.on In gooiljicalth.- .Sirs,
Thomson ttirasd around bi'h'cr scat,
took up a oip of Ma In her foot; stirred
It up with n spoon held In hqrrigbttoca,
and half bending, half raising tlio end
td ber lips, drank offlhc tea and placed'
tho cup on tha pl.ilfonu. Then ho
grasned a flatthandl&d eilrcr. knifo In
Ijor left toos, caugbt a fcnrk between the
first two toos of her right foot; ard cot
somo stoat Intoplscos, ,lrtpf Itjwas
touarb, but sho had no uioro trotijnroln
cutting It than dn ifrdlnitry' ftersin Would
have. A nieco of meat held ou the JsheU
was tfanaferrud to her mouth, and.ws
followed by a pieco af bte'ad brpken.
from a allco by hr Jsirga and Jceoa'd'
toes. , , .r,
Assoon as sho haJ llnlshed.thbj Hovel
dJeal, Mis.Thomnc;ncdattnticJf 'iVor'-'
gotto tell you.alwtrt.mvaciioau'ig.' 6,
cvl went to school. Hits tnivilt wbm
kind, and I had a littln raised '-pLttoria,
" wj kw. a Bern wy bootts tn' nay
loos,. and readad htuliod a well M
tho rest of tlwiiUi. I held a sljto In
wy rlsht foot nntl tha nonctl Wtwenrf
the toes ot ra left and managed to fig-'
iff " ""' " oayono. Mf rtgni Jlntb
is shorter tbanmr left, and I learned. to,
writo with ,my left foot, as yon havo
seen, i learned All that was taught in.
tbe oommon schools ot GdorgTa bofora
tho war." DctnU 7Ymw.
A NICE LITTLE ROMANCE.
How Xew'JemeT Dumr.tle Xet Hero'ld
Tim iMTtri - . , - '
Among tho rmjscngers pi )) btcao
snip t,ny of llonto pa two of he rcccjit
..T. i,ia,j juurjmjv a uiti, naqu,
socio girl with p lossy black luVrwho
oeenpicd jt berth In the"' steerage" ' SfM
was scaroMy muro thaa igntooti' yaft
old, trei all alone, wltKlittls.wrjw
baggage Her refined rnannt-rs nnd
clear nccentWT.abinit b thWViilMit-.'
itisnect tbat.'jc! w broBght ttt ihioiior
of thg largo We ,Tne iLgUllftiJly,
evaded aS nuUonlng' imtTl-ep? ber
own counsel; ilShd- dhtHMotHhiVb 'arry'
situation as nnnio In a Yoaltny family
living ton -Bcjgfn 'areniro; JernnVChy.
Sho was n verr trmtwnrUn' .-p.nT
and so won tho afToctloaa f ,bcr o!v
trcsi that she was Watrtl 'With rM6fo
tuan ordinary kladau Isip!te.ofitN
she, seamed ta bf, unhappy, aiii .suffer!,
from iirofractcd .tttacts of ental ile
pressifiat. J . otii LK.O-
(M l?lnx askpduM' diyJimrt rf
ca,uso of her sorrow .Mary confessed.
Sho iatd that she had fallen InlovoV.th'
a young matt in tha old' country "and'
was about to bo married, but bcrparents.
objected because h was tinr and nt'
her away td the-north of Ireland, wbaroj
suo was consigned tq thqftarojtcitan
aunt. Beforo goIg, however, sho
managed to sc her Jovcr, whtf taKcU
ncr to remain trno to lum. Upon thii
ho left for America to seek hi fortune
Onco separated Wary' hdari nothing
uv,u u, uhu, anu, uuoraing uiavonso
lnte, sbo decided tb follow him. She
elndod tho rigilwco oi her aunt, anil
ono night ilisaptwarcd. WIthJujt monoyi
enough tA pay-for a jstccrago, passage
sh carha over to- thl dountry. ''
About a wook ago Mary's mlstreij
had occasion to visit a relatlvo living
In Mount Vernon, Westchester Cdbnty,
and took the girl with hor. On enter
ing tho gato Mary suddenly dropped,
ono of tho 'children and ran Into'tha
arras, of a young man whb was Inst
rvirfnm nut will, n t.ti A .nnt fm...
pair, afood locked In each other's em-
oracc. jiary rainou showers ol kissca
upon tho young mau and hung on Jo.
nis ncoK. it fopn oesaroo apparent
that Peter Doyle, which was tlio yootig
carrwutur's name, was Mary's m&tkc
In less than half an hourtl nul was
told, and tho young glrl'a spirits wero'
panlcu hor mistress back hopte, The
romautlo dlscorery of hor IoVer was tod
much for Mary., She asked thtt tUy
bcoamo Mrs. Doylo, AT. y, Worl
uu ira.w.i at uuu. SHU WtL UllUk MID
Heredity sf Chrctr.
Tbo passive foresvi . f W.wsm
generally traasmUttjd. Hum. t!e awlve;
nature than character, Ittdtfeclly. ot
coarse, tho former is lergsly tha resuU
of tha latter, ami to say that nature Is
ttoro capable ot hers4i(rj-trsij.
sloa than oharacter way, after all, ba
reduced ta tho truism that character !.
more lasting la Us efsVole wltp. byW
iaj ropoated by vcoecdiHf grtaloi
it beocHiios nature Then) Kiiowevflr,
ft general fashion of thought that av
runo all thiagt umhsMrable t. btt he.
reaiUry and all adoUrabh tralu of
ehaneter to fade with the IndjvMual
who ban painfully achieved ttscsa. Suuh
a neuei nas no Husr BMtadatloti thfts)
mswy other. T world h) badeaongb,
bntfttocchhu to wha ltmhi.J
rmiwinlHirii Inrm oi)'ininfiiMns to eg
A'lall . B...S (UUI. ' ' "
mEROi AL A0 rtYftte sjv.
Shsc'. RlMbfrUe'lti&fll lit hut
IwMutkcfefciefe tn raMnil. hswdl UsIimh
sho wishes potto forget.
' "t--tctMyifo-tVsoftg; ''Coitist Into ih
Gssrtlea. M.-vtul.!' Wa a rnwrtttan uaia
jflfty tlmos beforo It was rfn!htl.
, " -J-Reir. K4War XWlisrW 4 mh ''((.-
Hmtjpi tbU ptejfy sfiatlnMsntof, tbe ta:(l,
.'The otican Is-a tomb Withotit'k' m6nu-
Btantt" .' ri 1, t-
ilpa.c UiQ;bi8fit: c tMrssssliisfC-Ce,
Ics'lals of that city. , ,
; Tw'0c3HmHa,lfre6fn of rfaOfeefWt,"'
; English actor, who In 1789 waa a teach-
:eri et sai - fjniuadBibisi;-Hff. -r-!'
Hrt!ti4.4rfce!wM,f .eflc tmrr a,-i
iraqnth, ail.our Prestdcttts bavo bad blna
,oys. 'Fcw'IlaW'Bwartflwf OtWi
iJr,WVWJsHK'ti .-r-IJy conftLirig'Uls'dfei To'r twentr
(serevi Wetoi rtrlcll? to's'tallj ' WeM d
ahlaUsictl tBUxMajor Hctt: TfathjiTpomt
hployy fettur healtfi than; for fifn
years 'before. Sl '1. SuA. l
Goncnvl Bebfeni nf slHHTvVnoillnjf;'
jfarf!! wbcpo ltigltcr )frfYs Mth
ICrawford was recently married, watt
.somo time as otTcmd aWld rritirsHsd-
ishlp by thoiiTtanT'bur'ric' declined it,
saying no obuld hkrer we'sMry" othir
tkfa. the Atnedfiaa vxifimjrqtjfi
TtmsA, . , , , ,
Annfe1 Wfilfncy, iMs American
vdari ffho'flias' MadV 'a sfro(4"r
istatno of Harriet Marttncan, ls.4pyo!djL
'to ngTiciiltiiTcaa-weH-.t-rt,-And prao
jtieaJly antluocwfHIy'hMW.t daoihtih
!drcd and scrcnty-Bvo actfe In tbjj "N'ew
natnp'shlro' Whlto Monnttttn Tetoii! '
JUtCoii JoutniH. -
,WPv lt. nlllrap Dorr, of fyh-i
deneo. It I.r livctl Jij tho samo hottw
and died lh tb fcamo r6om In, Which Kflf''
"was born. Tliciv, too, lived four gaB
cratIonsbf' Servants, o'rtoan otd fatty
whQjJw.ascrrabt Jn the fatlly alxty-yv-Wi,
ago. and , U thero iiow.
' f-Prrvatolcttfcrii front Atberis received
In "Washington, y t,hat Jfr. ngc p
"Schuyler, "tho American Mlnbjtjr, .re- ',
cently whllo taking a walk In the b- "
ivlronn pf thcTGrcck capital lost his ssr
ntnlrfbH Info -A pit flllod withsTskTd
Irrael from.whkh ho waa net stxtricabetL
tinUlpalnfuUy burned, . t .
' jifiapadtan. pa'pprsrpport the recent
llet-.ttYlft fe I'WrMi of Se Maderlneot '
piwrtee. rHflht and wlftt. .o.th'Saisns
Vears. Thoy left reisM, MMkts Mmss.
Mayor of tlw.-towTihrrty atae grand-cWrvadnist8tygTe-gsMil
'ftlMi'!; T .:,' - li '.llO v'-i' ', x
.1.- HUMOROUS, r , f? -i
teacher of tecMwi-r SvW hM
said of anaaqliiHethat "iM B(jWriaMsi
Is aenratejy adltHted" waahorrjfie4
toharotfcofthtJTStndcnts'WJT "TOfj '
things Joggle welL" ifisTpcr! tawiij
Those rorver-to-k pleased penowi
who drd ladulging m tbe!r ananal
mails shbnld reflect on thp cos? of car
TLifK ". j ''".
(I6n fd a ctltss or-Voiltigecbolars "SSri
yrlfeticnrrBplj'.' i '
tnl honavoirwlll bo tt loeMtr hor 1st j
, sobbed Iho boy. "I gncas vou' win
is)imf yrittr father cxt-ae'M sbesshti
addittsyrBpa-thcticallyi Vid he koeh
ew'iafejsljfrte. ; ta ,j
ito be an artist fn ray1 Unor.oWTW ntft
,a ;yaatctM v&B4i--WMU 'ljjii.r-
dwo. " YonSre'slwoTKir aayi'-??
'lilnu5yr 4V'e U,aTO all ensbr,
meanln'g''wd'art all la.
thcanJboHj, 'nttir I thotfrtV'ldkfos'O'
9flJ.u.Biyvla't.It,i?Ffroi , ,
Press. And a snow-plow-lsnot made of '
how. Aivfullyfdnnysrt it? IfasweV
Gmmtrtitd Neither. 1$ a. srwapas ssitas '
mado of spongoi. To hoi IJotiaHjovr.
uil of Commerce Nor,js...Ju!ad-tlrei "
tnaklioCvealujUlly,-i-0iC Afi -rtoki
,n . .
"Jplin.," obecrvea Mra. Gran at tlw
brcakf a tabid tlm other mdrnlng! "Tlje
pjtwrisays H'a In fctyle tow hav 4at
Cn to tho front doors.' . 'WlI..,wLt -nf
ft?" asked, hex nnfeerTrig spouse, Oh,'
hothin'k -excoptif wdwaut fitwbete styW
KWPimt .wofct huriPao. too; Imt.
'?r! J' "Stfr1' r.r u,,1' ?rtip"M.
,1 rtfckort I'll buly put a saucer oti
Thftt'd'leolc moro moiisl kn; chw'tV.
tyon reckon so;" , .rdUa as usual, vlr
o(detL -rffotldn fost.
Afttwanasmd Dakota mast wen'
illsMttla'r sVbottt tha. ruWi-fall 4kf..tsaW
Tprrltorlfs: "Why," Uk tfc JsVsoUn .
man. '' wo nava lwnnftf.lv tnj.kMj mS
I ria-tSsM a yearj all the wasr yn
ta, . - s i a rt ;
VtlJ. a . t .iU'n -v-ri.i u
thoVUjpiur son Jetting, along at ol- ,;
.legefv? Koiglibor R: Vfdf,H facM
Is'Mdsn'.t:atcstlk!ewrnv-.ldnrt IklrA '-,
iTi", ,"- '
kcl in ona
too'xuucu ,Itr Anbov.ol UU. tiae. sa.,I .
ifcthod hint 'homo," QownJDiijt. ' "
A' Wood'iito'va Li nol taa(Wof Wootlf '
-WB.yot.iowtt w you in wie JHISa."
'Water In the Missouri, fma Morn
tawaF" a! ! Bahotisvn; "ihmlt' ' "
.74 4 diutTa' it, asX at! IW
! fr, ? S wiU ssiy iwff to mate
aattd erf, it," ftcMatige,
Krssm WeioM rahVsels.
'Ite IntevottiBf aoetioa In regard
to the weight: of ?ttrjt8nor hrato m
elwUs an lapomnt artlelr os ib ge.
eraJ mbeot 6f the wuljjht sf ts iihwaa
brla bf M NlklforolT, tht ttUthmt J
RuwUn MsIentM aoooratag to whom
ba-faihsoyte aaetstoe tharkhe wvtght
o the brain ha sjajr influeoce wha. n
"" w um) menssw jacmij. it ouffnt
to hst hormt in ai'ad. h ', thatlM
wgninoaace oi caesMaae wetytat 4ksm
depend upsm the ptvpurtiwt it bean
the (BmaiMinaa al slut tvWda hA Tu
Ut Use sn T the individual
Mildly immwsat to 1
f f wwif vfmrf
m rrm iv. p-t-ttwi w,""t
- -ctU.,. J''' ''V'' ' n':'
pjia, y yimB&h,Tm"
. . jmi
An itrlb. . . ' "-grrar 4j .-rr v ' "7-
iiiniiiiiiiMiTinir.iJU ' " sM-iar ' - : i i Mtnk . . . ..-. . .-