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A FEW HOLIDAY NOTES
They Are Not in Profusion But Quality is
Certainly Not Forgotten.
ELKS MEMORIAL TICKETS IN DEMAND.
TUc Ntrcot Committee to Meet.
Their Attention Colled to Wiiltr
direct? Tbc C'tilOug Case to He
Heard This Morning?A Tour of In?
spection of Dismal Swamp oin ni.
Port Norfolk was well patronized yes?
Thanksgiving day was spent in vari?
The ferry boats were gaily decked In
The knife cutting case will be inves?
tigated this morning.
Mr. YV. T. Fen tress was considered
much worse yesterday.
The Norfolk County Court will ad?
journ for tho term to-day.
The nichrnond excursionists returned
about midnight last night.
A number of persons came over from
Norfolk to Hie bicycle races.
The small boy and his tin horn fig?
ured conspicuously on the street yester?
Then.' was no session of the Mayor's
Court yesterday, the day being observed
as a holiday.
Tickets for the Elks Memorial arc
in gnat demand. The attendance will
be very large.
The Finance Committee will jopch
bids for the purchase of $23.000 5 per
cent, sower bonds to-night.
A party of gentlemen, among whom
?were Messrs.Bonsall ^- Co..went through
the Dismal Swamp canal yesterday on
a lour of inspection.
Mr. W. li. Johnson was at bis plan?
of business yesterday for the llrst
time in several weeks. He can now
get around oh crutches.
A double horse team loaded with
brick got stuck on the corner of Wash?
ington and Queen streets jVesf . day
and had to be gotten out by unloading
TI.V Street Committee will bold a
meeting to-night. They will recommend
the purchase of n sufficient number of
bricks to finish the paving- In some
parts of the cltj\ Gentlt men, don't for?
got Watt r st rei :.
Mr. .lohn H. Hume. President of the
'"'otincil. and D. \V. Ballen I Inn, Vtcc
I'rcsldent, have both returned to tin
city. The former was In New York,
looking alter the cotton factory's inter
est, ami Hie latter was off on railroad
In our yesterday's issue In mention?
ing lh marriage of Mr.Murray and Mist
Pans it was staled that they wen I
to Atlanta. This was an Vrror. II
was their Intention lo go, hut busi?
ness kept the groom from doing BO.
They went to his home, in Cottage Place.
Bead the "ad." of Col. K. P.. Griffin,
trustee, in which he gives notice that
nil parties who are indebted to W. IT.
BeekH nrd not tiled Unit unless they
come forward and settle their Indeliled
heps within tho next ilfteen tlavs thch
bills will ho given to the High Con?
stable for collection.
The new winter cars of tho Port
Norfolk Eledtrir railway arrived in
Norfolk yesterday morning, and will
be sent out to the power house to?
day. Tho use of these oars marks a
new era in the matter of electric rail?
way equipment, being both ornamental
and more comfortable thou any cars
hitherto in use on electric railways. The
motorman Is entirely protected from
the elements by mans of the vesti?
bule, which opens into the main body
of the car by double doors. The Inte?
rior, of the cars is solid mahogany,hand?
somely carved, and they are heated
ami lighted by electricity. The win?
dows have roller shades, all the trim?
mings are bronze, ami there is nothing
wanting to make these cars as luxuriant
as the Pullman palace cars. The com?
pany deserves great credit for thus
catering to the aesthetic taste of its
patrons, and we hope their enterprise
may be duly rewarded. The tracks of
Hie company will soon bo extended lo
th<- West Norfolk draw/.iridge, ami
it number of additional switches put In
so as lo enable the company to make
more frequent trips. They also hope
to 1)0 permitted to make the extensions
In the city over the route petitioned
Those cars will be heated by electri?
city, ami should Mr. Mason be granted
the right of way through tho city he
asks for, those are the style of cars he
will use altogether. The Port Norfolk
road is Inferior to none in the country
but is superior to a great many. There
Is no road in the South that Is using
Euch cars as Mr. Mason Is furnishing.
Go to HiimmilPs Advertised Hoom
Making-Sale Tills Week Tor lllg
Ktirgntn* in l>t\v Goods.
We must have room for the Holiday
Goods to arrive in a few days. These
prices are positively for cash. 3110 High
?ioo<l doming Tor Little Money.
On our second trip North we were
fortunate In securing some of the great?
est BARGAINS ever brought to tin
city, consisting ol" DRESS and STOHM
OVEBCOATS, CHEVIOT. WORSTED
and CASSIMEBE SUITS and TROUS
RS. These goods we tire now offering
the public at regular WHOL.ESAl.13
BRESLAUER & ANTHONY.
Ill High street.
Onr Priee<i for Suits mid Overcoats
Are Cheaper by OS.OO.TIlnn Any
Otber .Store in the Two
You can save that amount by buying
Suit or Overcoat of us. M. Rosen
baum, 116 and ISS High street.
A Gold Hollar lor Eighty Cents.
We ennnot offer you, but we can give
on etiual values by selling u good suit
for $7, worth $9, and others at greatly
educed prices. Stock must go. Re?
member we mean business.
LF.VY &. JACOBS.
Fifty degrees warmer on inside than
n outside of our $1 All-Wool Shirts,
CHAR. R. WEI/TON & CO.,
Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
Tue Wcrcle Ituecs Yesterday'*
Much Interest was manifested .In the
bicycle races dl Port Norfolk yesterday
under the auspices of the Portsmouth
Cycle Club. A large crowd was In at?
tendance front this city and quite a
number Came over from Norfolk. The
wind was quite raw, but the spectators
stood It until the races were over.
The following were the entries:
First Knee?One Mile, Novice: First
prise, gold medal: second prize,* bicy?
cle sweater. C. F. Yohn came hi first;
William Bobbins, second; A. W. Scar?
borough, third. Time. 2:4 2-5. R, H.
Edwards and Garland P. Peed were also
In the race.
Second Race?Half Mile Open: First
prize, gold medal; second prize, bicy?
cle lantern. F. A. Schade came In
Brst, with W. s. Ferguson; second.
Time. 1:24. J. A. Anderson, third.
Third Race?fine Mile Open: First
prize, pair bicycle tires; second prize,
set of carving knives. Schade, llrst;
Anderson, second; W. S. Ferguson,
third. Time, 2:40.
Fourth Race?One Mile State Cham
poinshlp Race: First prize, gold medal;
second prize, gold ring; third, silver
mounted cane. Schilde, tirst; Fergu?
son, second; J. A. Anderson, tlrird.
Time. 2:43 1-5.
The II fill race was declared off.
Schade. Anderson und Ferguson were
entered, but the two latter withdrew.
Sixth Race?One Mile Handicap: FJrst
prise, gold medal; second prize, mantel
clock. Schade, llrst; Yohn, second.
Time, 2:31. Scarborough, Kobblns,
Peed. Edwards, Anderson and Fergu?
son also took part.
Tho consolation race was won by
Garland P. Peed against A. YV. Scarbo?
At the conclusion of the other races.
Schade ran to lower the track record
of 2:26, making 2:1!) 2-5 against Hie
The handicap was the"best race of the
day. Schade having a hard task cut
out for him in overhauling Yohn.
In the mile novice race Garland P.
Peed struck a stone, which was on the
track, and was thrown from bis wheel,
cutting his leg and badly bruising him?
Sid Black, the champion trick rider
of tin- world, gave an exhibition of his
marvellous riding, which was a revela?
tion to the audience. Ho rode the Cleve?
land wheel, ami the exhibition was the
same as that given at the Asbury Park
meet in June last.
Schade won most of the races.
Tlianksjri vlng Hi Portsmouth. <
Thanksgiving Day was more general?
ly observed in this city yesterday than
it lias been for years. Work at the
navy-yard and railroad shops was sus?
pended: also in all private shops. About
2 1?. in. business generally was suspned
e,i, all the stores, except the drug stores;
were closed and the streets presented a
Sunday appearance. Religious ser?
vices were held In most of the churches.
A number weal out gunning, others
went to Kichmoiul. some lo the bicycle
rri ies, otilers spent tin.' day with their
friends. AI night quite a number went
to Port Norfolk and ale those delicious
Lynn haven oysters for which Mul
vey Is becoming famous. Thus the
day ended without an accident or the
slightest disturbance of any kind. The
police scarcely had enough to do to
keep themselves company. The peo?
ple generally sceim 1 to feel gratified
for the many blessings received during
the year Just passed ami gone.
Organization of a Lodge of .llnclilntisls
A number of machinists of the city
met recently and organized an Interna?
tional Association of Machinist ami will
meet every Saturday night in Knights
of Dixie Hall. No. 323 and 323 High
street. It Is the purpose of tills order
to meet and ?Uschs.-, the mechanical
subjects of the day. and next Saturday
evening at S o'clock sharp, there will
In- an open meeting, when Mr. W. J.
Hartman, of the Seaboard Air Lite-, win
deliver a lecture on Hi" elementry prin?
ciples of the Wcstinghoitse quick act?
ing tripple valves, by bla.k board Illus?
trations. Machinists are hereby Invlt
ed without further notice.
TliaJRliliigles Followed nim.
Wednesday night Constable Ander?
son met n negro man coming from out
of Prent Is Place with two bundles of
shingles. When he began to question
the m-p.ro about them he could give no
satisfactory answer. The constable
then brought him to the county jail,
where he gave his name as Moses
White. He denied stealing the shingles
and said that they followed him. lb
was locked up for possessing sucli mag?
The Pythian Pair.
The attendance lit tho fair last night
was very good. The Chamber boys
were present and took supper. The
ladles were untiring in their efforts to
pb-ase them. There was sonic good
music and other amusements. To-night
some other orders will attend.
Commencing Monday morning
promptly at 9 o'clock, out cut-price
10 pieces, yard-wide, fancy Persian
serges, all cotton, former price 12%;
cut price. 8 l-X
10 pieces pretty, fancy plaids, double
width, former price 12%; now 10c.
5 pieces, 46-inch, all-wool, black serge.
Rock-bottom price everywhere, 50c; our
25 pairs extra large blankets, regular
price, |4; our cut price, $2.09.
Will sell you cloth, fur and plush
capos at your own figures. If you want
a fine tailor-made suit of clothes wo can
furnish you one at $15; ono at $19; one at
$23. They are great values. Give us a
call; we want your trade.
A. .1. PIIILMrS,
Under Oxford Hall.
Disease null Dentil.
Force their way Into many a household
that might be protected from their in?
roads, by the simple precaution -if
keeping In the house that benign fam?
ily medicine and safeguard of health.
Hosteller's Stomach bittern. T> ,lcu:
larly where there are children, r-l.ould
It be kept on hand as a prompt lemody
for Infantile complaints, in their outset
i aslly conquerable, but which, of al?
lowed to engraft themselves on the deli?
cate childiiii organism, are not easily
dislodged, and speedily work gib mis
mischief. Irregularity of the bowels,
indigestion ami biliousness are allmtntM
of common occurrence in the hOuHO.
hold. Children, living in malarious re?
gions, are more liable to bo attacked
with chills and fever than adults, and
the ravages of that fell disease in their
system are speedier and more serious.
In remote localities.far Irorn profcss.on
al aid, It Is especially desirable.
! " _L?_ ; Ii
Mr. C. Ii. Panks was In town yester?
day, visiting his family.
Captain A. O. Calcut, who has been
quite slcl; for several weeks at St. Vin
eent's Hospital, has recovered s'ulll
clently to enable liim to return to his
home, on Pearl street.
Mrs. Dr. Norlleet Is reported quite
sick at her home on Chestnut street.
Rev: H. M. Chandler, the new pastor
of Chestnut Street M. IS. Church, will
Mr. George VF. Jones has gone to
New York on business.
Owing to a lack or a. quorum the
Town Council did not meet last night.
Mr. Whltestonc called those present
to order and moved to adjourn, .to
Wednesday nl ;).(. December 4th.
A Thanksgiving dance was enjoyed by
quite a number of young ladies and
gentlemen last night at Market Hall.
. The members of the Chestnut Street
M. 12. Church are requested to "pound"
their new pastor to-morrow between
the hours of nine and four. The ladles
will lie at the parsonage to receive the
Kilts. All are requested to send some?
Despite the aversion of the family to
display or parade, the marriage or the
daughter of Dr. and Mis. G. N. Hal?
sten A, Miss Beulah Murray llnlslcad,
and Dr. N. O. Wilson, by ltev. KJ. A.
Potts ai Mberty-Slrcot M. 15. church.
South, on Thanksgiving morning was a
most magnificent affair. The bride was
attired in n plain, but very hand?
some travelling costume, as was the
maid of honor, her sister, Miss Jennie.
HnlstCad. The best man. .Mr. A. 10.
Wilson, of th'- University of Maryland,
with the ushers, Dr. Ilughlett ITard
eastlc, resident physician, University
Hospital. Daltlmore. (Hid Messrs. W. 11.
Williams. J. 'T. Doughty ami S. S.
Wils..Ii w. re in lull dress. The church
was beautifully decorated and the ot>
gnnlsl, Alias Kdwnrds, and Hie little
pages, Mercer and Newton, performed
fheir parts gracefully and well. The
bride's many friends were profuse in
elegant gifts. The happy pair left amid
a ?bower of rice and the felicitations of
friends fur a Southern tour by the Sea?
board Air Line.
The annual memorial services of Herk
lev I.t>-. Xo. 27S. P. B. O. Rlks. will
be held at Market Hall next Sunday
afternoon. Captain .1. W. Mapper, of
Portsmouth', will deliver the address,
Thanksgiving services were held at
Armstrong Memorial Presbyterian
Church yesterday and all denominations
The marriage of Miss Ulla It. Iliiin
phri. s. daughter of our well-known
townsman. Mr. P. ('. Humphries and
Mrs. Howard Cnsbn. is nunounred <?>
take place at Chest nUO-Strcel M. K.
Church next Thursday evening at fi
PASSION FOR HORSES.
A Prince*.* lviio Drove n Dangerous
1 e mi Of" AllilttltlH.
(From the Chicago Chronicle.)
The heroine of a romance In real life
lias Just died; This was Princess Vic?
tor!? of Capua, daughter of tin- brother
of the Kins of Naples. A very hand?
some woman of the Amazonian type,
she lived alone for many years in her
chateau;; near Lucca, her one hobby
and object in life being the breaking In
of wild horses. The peasants "I* the
neighborhood used to call her Diana.
She would drive a foni-ln-V.and of hair
broken animals through the most rug?
ged mountain passes with a resolution
which astonished sill who met her.
I5qually strange Is the story of her
birth. Her motticr was a beautiful
Irish Rill .who. having attracted the
hve of the heir presumptive 16 the
throne of Naples, accepted Ids hand,
but refused to live at court because
his family denied her the privileges of
her rank. So the pair retired Into ob?
scurity and lived on the revenues of the
Prince's (states. She had only two
children?the Princess, whose death is
I just announced, and a son. who be?
came insane owing i" hatred y?f a
woman. So fixed was his delusion and
so (lercc dl.i be become if a woman
came near him. or was visible from the
castle windows, that tie- walls had t.i
be built up to an extraordinary height,
thereby shutting out all view of the
I It is characteristic of the porversilj
of human Intelligence to find the most
amusing things in tin- midst of the
most serious circumstances?such as
railroad accidents, for Instance. It i>
related that a solemn-faced Yankee
woman was once riding on the train
from Brookfleld to Stamford, Conn.
Somewhere between the two stations
the track spread and the train rolled
down an embankment.
The solmn faced lady crawled from
beneath tile wreckage and asked of a
broken-legged man who was near:
1 "Is this Stamford?"
"No. ma'am." the man gasped, "this
is a catastrophe?"
"i ih, dear." she answered, "then 1
hadn't oughter got off here, had 1?"
This anecdote is much like a still old?
er one which. In its original and proper
form, came from Scotland. An old
Scottish woman was taking her first
Journey, to the very next station, on a
railroad train. On the way a switch
was left open and the train went Into
the ditch with a crash.
As soon as the old woman could regain
her senses and her tongue she called out
to the guard, who happened to be on
the same wrecked car:
"And do they aye whummle us oot
like that?"?Youth's Companion.
Thanksgiving In Berlin.
Berlin, Nov. us.?The annual Thanks?
giving banquet of the American coiony
in Berlin will be held at Die Kaiser horf
at 0:30 o'clock this evening. Hon. Theo?
dore rtunyon, United states Ambassa?
dor, will preside. The toast of the even?
ing, after expressing reverence for the
political system of the I niled States,
will continue: "We should always re?
member that vast and hospitable ns is
our country, and as Intelligent and en?
terprising as our people are, we are
most indebted to our political Institu?
tions for our national progress. As
we are always ready to honor the emi?
nent citizen at the bead of our republic.
I give you the health of <'.rover Cleve?
A \pi|ii|in|icr To lie Sold.
Troy. N. >'., Nov. '.'8.?The Troy
Morning Telegraph, which suspended
publication a week ago. will be sold to?
morrow tinder foreclosure of the mort?
YO? W?NT A CARRIAGE!
Yes, niul you want a nice one, loo, especially1 If you want to ntljiul a wedding,
a gormun or. lite theatre.
DAVIS, THE LIVERYMAN,
COT AND CU? MIDDLE STREUST, .MOUT.U;
is Hie very man you want to see. His attendants are polite-and obliging, und
CARRIAGES THE FINEST IN THE STATE T
All the elite of Norfolk solid him their ordors.heoau *c bis turnouts are Ihe most
fashionable of any la the two cities. If you are not a customer become ono ami
got the heiicilt or Ills superior service, lie does inn cliargO you any more limn
the Norfolk IIvervmcii. ami can please you u grgal deal better. Try hlin.
(Concluded from First Page.)
Baltimore got hall to forty-live yard
lino, hut fulled tu sain; Baltimore kick
ed oit; Hampton brought bull to lorty
jflvc yard line: was blocked for kick by
left guard: Baltimore given 2 points
on down; llumptun too heavy ?for' Bal?
timore; carried balance with ease,
making total IS to 2-In favor of Hamp?
The I'coplc Went Wild.
Charleston, W. Va.. X?\. us.?in the
football game to-day the West Virginia
University team beat the Washington
and Lee team by a score of i:s 10 S. It
was the lirst football game ever played
here and the people went wild. Gover?
nor McCorkle gave a reception in honor
of"both clubs at the executive Mansion
this evening, after which the Opera
House v. as opened to them.
The Indians won Easily.
New York. Nov. 2S.?.Something in the
line of a novelty lit football was of?
fered as an attraction for the lovers
of the sport at Manhattan Held this
afternoon when, for the flrWl time, the
eleven nf the Carlisle Indian School ap?
The Indians came here to meet a
team from the.Voting Men's Christian
Association. Tile visitors Were full
When the game was called there were
1,500 persons Inside Hie grounds and
twice as many on the viaduct. The
Until seme was: Indians. It); Y. M. C.
A portion of the Indians' bear names
of Anglo-Saxon sound, but in the line?
up appears: L?he Wolf. Coyoe, Seiioca
OI lief fShines Noted.
Cleveland, b.i Nov. 28.?Adelhcr! Col?
lege, S; Pennsylvania State College, s.
Providence, It. I.. Nov. 28.?Brown; 10;
Chicago, ill., Nov. 28.?The University
of Michigan. 12; University of Chicago, 0.
USING HOGS TO DIG GOLD.
i ho Ingenuity afn Wcsttsrtt linn, wiio
ii .ul Tliase Animals ii? H im Work.
(From the San Francisco Post.)
"I was riding through tin? mountains
of Trinity county a few day's ago,"
said a prominent mining! man yester?
day, "when 1 happened to Uiko a trail
that leads by old 'Burlap' ..Johnson's
cabin. You know, he has. always been
called 'Burlap' Johnson because In- was
never known to wear a pair of boots,
but always kept his feet sewed up In
burlajis like canvas-packed hams. I
took dinner?cold corn bread and bacon
? with him, and then rat down for a
" 'Wouldn't you Jest nh soon do
your smoking outside, podlior?' he ask?
" ?Certainly," said I. 'but yon don't
object to the smoke of a cigar, do you?'
I was naturally surprised, for he was
always pulling away at an old corn?
"'No, of course not. sceln' as I've
smoked nigh onto fifty years, but I.
keep my hogs at work.'
"My curiosity was aroused, but 1
said nothnlg. II" took down a double
Barrelled muzzle-loading shotgun and
his powder horn. Then Im went to a
shed and got a pan of shelled corn.
He sat down on a bench at the cabin
door, rammed down a couple of charges
of powder, and poured a handful of
corn into each barrel. Ue put on a
percussion cap. presscfl it down with
the hammer, corked both barrels and
blazed away at the side hill across the
lit Hi- gulch. The roar had not died
aw>' until a. drove of hogs came run?
ning, grunting, and squealing and com
menccd to root the side hill for the
corn. Whenever they slacked up in
their work the old man tired another
charge of corn.
???That's a mean trick,' said I. 'Why
don't you feed It to them In.a trough'."
"'Feed it to them'." he reeated In
amazement. "Then tin y wouldn't work
Besides, they don't need it.'
"'What do you want t?> make them
work for. and why do you waste corn
on them if they don't need It?"
" 'Why. man alive, they do as much
work as four men would. They root
up the dirt, and when the rain comes
I sluice it.'
"Then I understood that he was
using tin- hogs to help him to.mine."
i he liallnii Chamber or itcpudcs
Home. Nov. 2S.? In the Chamber of
Deputies to-day. Premier Crispi'In reply
to Interpellations regarding the-law or
guarantees to the Vatican, declared
that any modification of the law would
engender Internal discord and cause
a feeling of doubt to prea.ll abroad re?
garding the policy of Italy toward the
Commenting on the resurgence of the
Catholic clericalism in several parts
of the world, the premier said, It ought
to inspire a feeling of apprehension as
to human progress. Nevertheless he
believed that special laws were need?
less to defend the lights of the State
against the abuse of the clergy. Slgnor
Crlspl expressed confidence that a pa?
cific settlement of the troubles in the
Blist would be effected If the rights of
the powers including Italy are safe?
A Contractor Suicides.
Atlanta. Ca.. Nov. L'K.?C. W. Glbbs,
a contractor. Jumped In a well'nt his
home on Capital avenue, some time
last night. Ills body was found In the
morning. He was a great suffered from
dyspepsia and frequently became in;
balanced mentally. He leaves a widow
and two children.
A big reduction on carpets, refrigera?
tors, canopies, and oil cloth for the next
thirty days. Buy now and save money,
I at J. B. Crawford'b.
Par I leu Indebted to W. II. Beeks'arc
hereby nullit?-! Hint unless Ihey coma
forward uad settle within tin- next llf
teeti days; the accounts ilnc liv them to
thi' sniii I look s will 11' iilaeed In lliu hands
of tlie Constable for collection by war?
rant. K. It. CHIKCIN,
no29-G( Trustee, Portsmouth, Va.
JUST' WHAT YOU WANT?
COOO COOKING WINK-tho best 111
the nmrket?iK! a gallon: also PI NIC
LIQUORS of evCry ih srrlption at low
llgurcs. DLTKV8 M.VbT WlllSKKY
and PURE It HACK I: K It I! Y JUICE Tor
medicinal purposes. All goods suhl low.
c. r:. JONES,
no28-lm Cor. County and Middle sis.
A NB.IOX1? 'S'lIEtttllll.i: SIAKN?CKK.
'I'linnnaiKls Ar? Itoportcd lo Ithvo
Itooii Killed nml .Mnuy Womidctl.
Constantinople, Nov. US.?A Fpcohd
terrible massacre occur roll ut Marush
and the houses there have been pillaged
without regard to who their occupants
might he. It is reported that thous?
ands were killed ami many hundreds
wounded. The American Theological
Seminary was plundered ami burned
and two ni the students at thai insti?
tution wer." shot, one being fatally
wounded. The Christians at Marush
whom are- destitute, hove appealed Inl?
(tumors are in circulation in Constan?
tinople that a dreadful massacre oc?
curred at Alntab on November 17th.
The Government hits prohibited all
telegraphic communication with Unit
place so it is Impossible to get any In?
formation lit regard to the reported
Praying lor Ingersotl.
Cleveland, O.. Nov. 28.?The move
men I to offer prayer for Coluiicl Roh?
er I Q. Ingers'dl .-it noon on Thanksgiv?
ing Day met an enthusiastic response
lo-day. At the May Ypn Mission, on
the Ontario Strasse, the Christian En?
deavor Society In hi u special meetltib.
The room was filled with worshippers
and for an hour Ihe most fervent ap?
peals ascended to the throne of Mercy
for, the conversion of the noted Infidel.
llui'gliii'n itob it I'ONtoftlce
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. -K.?A special
to The Advertiser from Auburn, Ala.,
says: Burglura entered the Post Ofllce
at this place last night and blew open
the safe .with dynamite. They secured
about $100, bul did not molest the
stamps. Several registered letters were
Overlooked. From tho sample of their
work they wore experts.
A Goi'iimu Traveler Drowned.
Hamburg, Nov. 28.?A dispatch re?
ceived here from Auckland, New ?/en
land, says the German traveler, Otto
Ehlers; has been drowned while tak?
ing his expedition across British Now
Gu|nca, and thai twenty natives belong?
ing to Iiis escort were also drowm-d.
All of his diaries and sketches Ayere
The Pope Hum Entirely Recovered
Home, Nov. 28.?The Pope has entire?
ly recovered from his recent indisposi?
tion and Is In his usual health. To-day
His Holiness received the Noble Guard
anil notified the prelate, who have been
chosen for elevation to the Cardlnalato
of their nomination.
Loiubroio Tolls Where the Author of "De?
generation" Goee A.trai.
Kvea though starling from a now and
Just position, Nordntt has guns astray.
Convinced of ihn scope of the new psy?
chiatric weapon which lie lind in his hands,
lie has so far overshot the mark as to im?
pair the effect of his purpose, Mure alien?
ist than tho alienists, hti no sooner ?uds a
Duurotlo or mnddlsli author than ho thinks
his work llsulf can bo demolished. Thus,
aftor having demonstrated by a very ?ub
tlo analysis that In Wagner the philosophic
ideas concerning lifo uro contradictory or
archaic?such at the idea of thu struggle
between the flesh and the soul or between
tho spirit nod the senses?ho concludes
that Wttgnnr was therefore crazy and not
a genius. Likewise, boon use of Tolstoi's
mysticism or his destructive ideas on love
and science, ho deems Tolstoi insane and
his books nonsense.
But probably all gonhiKus have lluiec
conlrloitlos and even the tlalirioiis Ideas
which ho notices in Tolstoi, Waguor and
Ibseil; The last- chapter of Goethe's ??Wil?
helm Meister" is more Incomprehensible
and extravagant; than the ideas of Tolstoi,
while Balzac's scientific opinions and Iiis
Innumerable fluids would Und mates lu
tlio llteruturo of Insane asylums. To dem
oiintralo that geniuses are Insane is not
dlfnoult, because, as I anil other.-, before
niu have shown, genius is a form of degen?
erative neurosis. Certainly Polctevln, Mal
l?rme and Ghll aru dugout-rates and ovea
inaltoiUs. Tolstoi, Wagner and .Swinburne
maybe mad or dogonorato, but in addition
to tho qualities just named, and wiilch be?
long to the ordinary insane, they have
genius. This is what Nordaii lias too fre
queutly forgotten. Degeneration, for ono
who follows my theories instead of des! roy
lllg, fortified tho dingoiisis which proves
thoin to Ii? geniuses and enlarges Us range,
because only; i ho mctliocru have net mad
dish forms, for tbo very rnaicm flint they
lack fecund originality, wllloh is the basis
The man of genius Is a man who dues
bettor than bis contemporaries and In a
diitornnt way. Ho I? therefore nn abnormal
being, nu exception. Ho is different from
his environment. He is hot completely
saunas to his initilloot. Ho h.vs many phys?
iological and psychological blemishes. Ho
Is sfBiotcd either by tho delirium of porao
oiit.ion, or by megalomania, or by religious
delirium, more often psyclila njiUopsy.??
Nordsu's "Degeneration; Its Value aud
Its Errors," by Uesare Liombroso, Lu Cou
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