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iilne family new-l!'
..i..).t t.i-is. nl.irkit-.
rs in the ei.'iitn
with n-w'n.t!fil-' lMny
variably rali n ailian.-.-
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JlwuOW OW'NG. KOVEWiEII 261196.:
'He tm'ttu ijoiTmmeui Do i"'l
the Kiel business. 1- -tupm ihi
blunder of Imigmi: ll"1 aseoiniuitti-.l
mornlne. a- ur di-pat.-lie- hi" f"r''"
i ,.uJtne tt.it5tti.-ieiV-A)hf:. --!
alx.ut in the lieu- from the lUIkan on
cnoi' is afo'iis "" ""''
TtVl fcujrU H,-l1-''i- t"1;1'
ti.n alliteration of Hendricks and Hill
i... in. i ii,u ii-uIh.ikt will not I
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loll Cll VOICC ill till' democratic
O'ltouuMiu lto-sj has aam em,eriied.
" - plTt-. fo'r'the apjiointiiient of dcijuti
' 'Ifclor of New "York. He i a S'' ''
' "vrWarftt ha, never Mvti in the itfnitrtti
V" 1 Tally is deliverinc lecture- in NVuilir-
i",Vi'y'oti,thiHliiik-oiiro. She advocates .W-
'. oft tHiikinir. under the direction of an e
...VairiiKil itiiiiik-iliKTlor. a.-, the inc.uij "f
, huishiiui,.lis-aselriintlic,eartH. WouBlu't
""it reonire a Iktoic iIom- of tliinkiijs tociar a
case ot coniniein
Mead is tak,iu.s
VjHiiiiffl Circle I!
He is in Jirison dirt
How eolt.irless jaiket
L. MToke "."KiCCJ fel-
it.tiow.i.iut.dftiis iiiml with the em
luent linutl arrow iwhereiiliiiitsimt UIi'
and tneis-ittl sit-htsl lmot. Ills iljiil
'St- is 1,fl,k oue""iimml of 'Aak'nm.
j)(inU oime out rotwe-t.
-.mil thi-n'hr- miws-
! Tli.i New -York Sun warn the pn""
thorities ti' Wke t-ire of Kenlbiand W
and asks. "Is iLimrt rolls toil lieinc
',,'i"5)"lr hnsen ninmhim -"tasks 10mid(
phy-iiu! "j-tiuiritj "Mill -.ili"ilate4 't In
short work of hiinr" Theie is an inti
."tftfithaf'nois'heiiic Mtl.il by 'W.-ejiti.
iMres-inn i iii'fi hiai -from Nine's
ness -to .vnvict Millie of the cii!iKsMIot4liiI
.''ft.f niosf" unprincliitcil rascals In
,ml,.(! ru The K.ill'iirnrtl.
Tlw var amiai the little Italian. sialic
"""oVkincdimis. or )rinciialities. or icerolal-
ties. or deenileiicio-. oi what ou Mill.
which tlie ltalkan confcr."iice. or com eniion
if the tiinrvr .jtowurs, of .huruye. , uici
itlert. ll- lirtf tu not in deadly i-ani
jl(si!iti.. Iit t?im. The anniej ;iri
" motion; conflicts h.ue taken ilaec:
f the lanrer .nouuTi. of .Kurupe. , met! to
IiIinhI lias )i,"en siiillisl.
Tlie UTtime fortius little tornado. wlith
is likei) to expand into a c clone and wiirl I
j.iW.Viv..-"- WKX' :,1''"'!r, .u,'u'
Mt-'Mhissia. ' llussia ivas schennn".' in
Iluljraria for a rcolutioiiar .lejsa'
anit-dlsitariiieiit of l'rlniv Alcem-j
. Utr, ulu i a tributary deiendeiil of Turke. .
Alexander cot wind ot the scheme and pre
ciliitate.n"niCiteiiieiit to head it oil. Kftst-oruHuum?lia?-uiioth."r
.leiH-nilency of '
iXfitiey. .xxlioSBttiraoi In- -outh of Bul
pafli and aba HiKn Constantinople, want
tit tojuute wUh Iiutptrlt and liecome a ,
firt'tSVAlexander's dominion. -The praice
Tbw Increaso ot power on uir pare oi
HiJrin' fticlteil the jeattiosy of Senia-ii-
otlsr little Bslkanlart "f Eun'1-eanTurl.i'i.
ul.ioii iies wcrtof Bolfaria ami bonlers ui
inainl sjiniiiihies Mitliaistri-Huncari.
iH-riia. in'ibaljy mTittsl b tlie iiistleatum
if Austni-lluiiiari. uliieli. iiben the Eun-
C i-VA i " JAffiA " iiira- tirslKi. e
jKi'ts to ciitdile STiia as her meaL pitieri
roart at Itulcarla's awraii'lkeiueiit bj this
accession of I'omnelia. ami. truniiiinc ti
Lp-ieyu-,lire:iU-iial taisj-li ltul-
Lmiuieli.v. , . , , .
The jamers iihieh bail settled ami ar-,Jlirel-tli"
Mti ami NiiiiiiUrh-iif these
ilrttle- Turk iiriueii.alities at the lterlin eim-
:$JrenWtias.iIy Wt ill what they call the
lTaltan conference at Constantinople, ami
are now iu sesst-m trjin; to patch up a
tlcejf, p.-' ;'-.---
HuC while thei are -loiili and solemiili
debltini;"iiioii a nfntu "" mil' xHimi
Tthat K the la-t ?!Jiiinl. Servia declares"
war acaln-f llulCTtia and marches her
iit. uii ,tUa" Jatter- liuirana
iuifeja, B"W JueiUiI, rally to meet
her; and they are actually at it.
Kenia lias pushed her font's across
the liita'ntif frnnfli'Ts-: there hale hrti
skinnisln-s and blond: and the narison:
i. -iimL- as the. Ijm.lun M.unlard s;ijn "We
m the becinninir. but im liiunau hitelli
gence can pretend to set limits to the ariii
Vrrthrjiiii:ti of the tire."
j il uiioir. Mlsiiit-r.
ft iinllieTerritiiibereil that in tlieexaini
nation of clerk Dalton mi the witness' stand
'''ln'iSdtsnirtr. the question was asked him
whether He liad let ileiinreil the certiti
cates to the demncratic camlidates fur the
senate, lie n-plini. under pressure, that he
tky! nj'tfj. Then the nuotion was put to him
nliether he had imiifr nit the certificates.
(In this he tiKiktoconT. and Jordan juiui-ed
to his rescui", and objei-tisi to tlieipiestiim.
I jV'lf "urt !a'1' t'la, ll ,'"u''' ""t -ee tliat the
B'vjfeice would lie material, and sustain) d
" 57 Mr. Italton wasexcuseil from ansiD-r-jui.
He ousht not tohaie la-en ecusiil.
The HKikiwj-iltt of those certificates Ls the
J jfi'm and iiuportant thine winch he wis ei.
joiiieil by the court not to do. The whole
oflicial fuiwtiuu was "rfirinisl in that act.
tThe mere delivery if them anlaly could
lierfonu. If they were nxidt ( and care
lessly laid round .somewhere handy, Uiej
need not liaie liii (i".ti1 at all. Si
the democratic t-audiilates cut them, thus
. complete, el en without the clerk's know I
eilge, the. certificates would M-ne their pur
jaise just as well as If the clerk had actu
ally disolieyed tlie court and himself out
them into the candi-lato hands.
.Vow. we are confident that this is ju.t
wiut has taken plao-. We think it will
found that clerk Dalton h. i
niaileNMaL. thoM- ei'rtifirat)"s hi full, kijrncd
ami M'alitl flieiu. plac)1)! them in some safe
and conspicuous jiiiri-on-hole of a lia-ked
desk, to which certain of his deputlo have
keys "' "It "t onrc minfol tliem-rand
that Vic dciiunrtitie nmdiilatex liave than
in their iicl.ttx, and have had them there
fo several day-! Thus by aveident, not by
delivery of the clerk, the certincates which
the two courts haie been worrying them-
iN.ut are in the jHissession of the
tat lie uiMt- tliigtfoutJBr.
of tlieHfroiuis iMk m
He t-oulil tl
'f t alleclnc that tlic court had not
f-'ilMililcn litin to mnf, old tin- r.Ttitii-ato,
Iut li.ul fiiilmlili-ii linn oiilv to JidirrtlK'ni.
tlmi. in !n-t. Itf Itml tltii itlrrwly niaili- out
at tlm linut Iu- rmtukwi tin1 court'-o iliT.
ami that hi' li.ul ri'traimil trom ili-ln run;
tliHn. h the iVUrtV tnillmiatiil, but that
IluI Uvn taken from hit de-k without
know liJire or eonenL
Wlut iihl tlie eourt ij to a lleIlke
thK ilulv Wiini tnV The clerk wouh) !
purtwl of his Oolite uiit, anil the democratic
MMiator- woulil walk into the caitol
with their rertlticatci in their Ii.uhIi.
a IIh- Clevolaii.l riain-Dealer ha
Iv'ii all alone iNi.v-tinc with the contiileiHe
of certain knimliilcc. that the will ilo.
That jiaM-r has uiamtaituil that it maile no
ilitloreiiiv alMUt the action of the courts '
that the four ileiiKTatic -en jtors from Ham
ilton county would come up with their certificate-
ami 1m- sworn in. ami all sheol coulil
not ireent it. '
That Ls the state of facts ami that i the '
sehenie. or elt' all siinis fail. If the ilenn-1
cnitic juilces f the Mipri'me court know
these fact-s ami this scheme, as wetx-lieve
they ilu, tilt' will irotaMv refuse to as
sume Jurivliclion in mamlamus, ami
leae the cirouit eniirt to take its '
action miiUsturUil. If this action shoulil '
tie. i writ to the clerk iimiinamliiu: him to
issue certificate- to tin; reinihlicau camli
tlatiis, then (iroiiUil the facts are as we
h.ue sui;tsttsl) then will In' two senate I
rial ileleiatlons from Hamilton count, each -
furuisluif with certitiiiiles. ami the ticht for .
iirixili.'iice in swearing m will be on the
.lloor tif the semite.
We are on the eve of exents. If the su-
Iireme court takejurisillction. it will lw fori
the jmriMise 1(f stiiiiine the circuit's action
ami to delay tlie issue of rertilic.itcs to the
aid the ih
till lifter the senate is organized
inocratic candidates, now iro-
Mil.il withcertilicati-s. are sworn in.
Th Slirpr"s Navrl WT f Kntrapfldf
I have found honesty to bo thw best
policy, and tiave gone into a legitimate
business," the Ixiss crook remarked.
What i that?" tho reporter asked,
having missed the crook from his usual
" Teaching the innocent rustic and
the unsophisticated suburban. I aer
age one scholar a day, and the scheme
pays very well. I struck the racket last
winter, and have found it a picnic.
How do 1 work it? I put a card in fifty
t'OKiusK Mint. fiambler' tricks cipo'ed.
Marked lanls. loaded dif. butri uml patent
Uues fnrale. with m-tnictlons.
1 lea-onable rates .Address
"The rnstic sees this and i
- Bowerj. '
i the same '
pajicr reads of a man winning tiventy-
ti e Uiousand dollars at faro. He w rites
me and I send him a price list. It is
, the same as that Used by regular dealers
in gambling goods, only about fifty pet
. cent higher. If tlie fellow wants to
1 buy, I sell and make a decent protit-
Hut what catches is a notice at the end.
, 'Having been a professional gambler
i twenty ycar-i. I am familiar with every
1 trick of the trade and guarantee to make
j any novice proficient in three lessons.
j and skillful enough to meet any black-
I leg on equal terms. Terms, one dollat
a les-on of one hour
The chump reads that and comes
on and calls. I have a de-il with ihe
laudlo'd of the hotel and receive my
pupil in the private parlor. The best
racket is to teach hiufto work loaded
dice or marked cards. In an hour he's
got the hang of it, but. of course, is
very clumsy. We go down to the bar- i
room and throw for drinks. My pal i
comes up to the bar and looks interest- I
ed in tlie game. He a-sks us to let him j
in. I say, -certainly,' and gie mv I
bucolic friend the wink. My pal then
lo-e- two or three rounds and wants to
throw a quarter a head. We accede
l'al lo?es. tlie rustic bents hiiii. but I w'n.
After a lew throws I pull ruy watch out
and plead an engagement and get ouL
A I leave I whisper to the countryman
that he has a picnic, and to work the
fellow f.ir all he's north. I then -kip.
The game continues, and in fifteen
minutes my pupil is cleaned out. II
he kicks my pl suddenly picks up a
loaded dice and sta'ts a row. If the
man isn't a lighter my pal hits him on
the no-e. If he is e call in the gang
anil botiucv him for a blackleg. You
can let he never cmnes back, and lie
doesn't complain to the jiilice. Even
if he did. we'd have the dead-wood on
i him. and could easily prove that he
rung in loaded dio on us. The racket's
just the same with marked cards, but
)v , ,0t.r what do you thiuk
of the game?"
" Ingeuiou-: but dotx-n't the landlord
' Na-o! Oon't you gee we divy up:
According to how good the ho'.el is, we
yield from fifteen to forty Jier cent.
"ny, I'd iay hcn-nti jier cent if 1
could work a tirst-class hotel." A. Y.
No Lakes South of Pennsylvania.
It is a remarkable geographical fact
that while all the groups of mountains
of the Atlantic .-.lope, north of the Del
aware breakwater, are liberally suj
plied with pretty lakes large and small,
increasing in mo northward to the
chain of the great lakes, there is not a
lake, large or small, in any of the
croup- of mountains south of tho Del
aware lireakwater down to where the
Appalachian chain melts away in the
northern hills of Alabama and Missis
sippi Ami tiie-e mountains of Wayne
and Tike and the surrounding couutie;
full of lakes are small compared with
the gr.ind Alleghenies and tho ltlue
Iliilge range in Virginia and West Vir
ginia, where not a lake is to be found.
Again, in the magnificent mountain i
ranges of North Carolina, in which i
there are thirty peaks higher than
Mount Washington, there is not a lake. .
Nor is theie one, largo or small, iu the (
extensive mountain systems oi nesiern
Pennsylvania or of Kentucky or Ten
nessee. Uonesdale Herald.
Beggar (imme a quarter
Actor Haien't got any money,
"(inime some of yer cast-08
"I wear 'em myself."
Haven't you got a cigar for me?"
"No chewing tobacco neither?"
'No chewing tobacco."
"Then Heavens, gimme your auto-
graph." Texas Riflings.
(;iad,t,mc denli- that he was a subscriber
to the confederate cotton loan of 1SC3.
J Jhe"ii?li-fjnerii HHv Iiai
lt tK'!,er'A)lii)U"'r.iii tklen eVVrvYtine Mut
ead.jj4.ets a faw-idis4at l-t jt su- a
f- tlufTltiieti.is !Are4corrliofcaeiit. I'Ai
-The N'ew York 7TiiM predicts that
the d:u s not ten ear b.-ti, ,lif , rjj,
last of the telephones w II liac logo
Uusiuess men in the Kast are throwing
them out, , ,
AiuSoiit-the IdilluM Without" in
Hie of eoiisiimiit on. a larger por
than anion"- the wlnte or colored r
Consumption if more prevalent amoug
the Irth than am other race.
If. according to a New York coin
collector, a complete collect on ol
American cents is cheap at Ine hun
dred dollars, how much would a 'ood
collection of common sense be worth?
Agriculture is a dangerous busi
ness in California. Hecentlv a s.piasli
broke loose from a miic. rolled down
hill, smashed in a side of a barn, and
killed a horse. Chicmo 7'imc.s.
A Worcester County woman who-e
husband is a dentist, engaged a man to
av wood for her. anil when the ob
was done told linn she hadn't got :iu
change, but the Doctor would pull a
tootlffor him for nothing some time.
AH 1 fe is a joke to the Japanese."
savs Lieutenant Wyckoll. of the 11
drographic ttureau. who lived 'n Japan
for five ears. During all that l me
I never saw any one angry. 1 hard!)
believe that the could lose their tem
pers if they should try."
The auien.t es and sweets of jour
nalism are found in the Southwest.
Thus the editor af the Richmond (Mo.)
Conservator thanks a friend "tor a
basket of superb grapes, sweet as the
honev of Hvbla and dusky as the cheek
of a daughter of the I'pper N If."
- An elcctr cian asserts that in bodies
in which life is not extinct the temper
ature rises upon the appiicat on oi an
electric current, but never in the ease
of actual death. Th s fact supplies a
test for use in cases where life is sus
pected to remain in persons apparently
dead. - Chinujo Herald.
Man) thousands of tons of cotton
seed, once considered valueless, are
now sold from ten to twelve dollar
per ton. In seven months ending last
August. ?1.M'"".77I worth of cotton
seed oil was exported to Kurope from
the Southern States, or about twice a
much a- ilnr.ng the same period of lasl
year. A". )'. t'o-r
Someone has come forward wit I
a new arm of defense in the shape of ;i
steel -h eld. which can be attached liv
a sort of sleeve at the extrein ty of a
nlle. Kacli soldier, instead of hav.ns
to throw up a "cover" at every platf
he may be hailed under the tire of thf
enemy carr es his covr along w tl
him. readv for use at any moment.
A. )'. Tr'ihine.
The monument at South Coventry,
Conn., erected to the memory of Cap
tain Nathan Hale, the martyr p o
the Revolution, by Coventry citits in
lSlt'i. is being taken down and rebuil
at the State's exiien-e. the act on of (lit
frost having pushed out of position sonu
I nftheljuiuc granite blocks of thestrui"
turf, and also somewhat soiled its siir
' face. Hartford (ourant.
An old eo flee mach lie has beer
patented in London. A lamp beneatt
, boil the water for infusion, and at th.
same time roasts the berr.es. which, a.'
roasted, are automatically emptied in
I to a hopper and ground by a mill at
I tached. Thus the whole process ol
roasting the green collet- lierr.es, grind
ing and infu-ing the same, is .initili.ine
ou-lv performed within about fifteen
- "Wo make a detour of a mile."
writes a correspondent of the Spring
field (Mass.) Hi 1'ii'iliean. "to drive bv
the homes of Ch efs White Chost ami
Don't Know-How. neat. two -ton
hou-es. one Irame. the other logs, with
shingled roof, in the Crow Reset vat on.
The owners aie both out. but we read
over the door the ambit. oils sign thai
bas become famous:
"MK l. K. IHlVV,
"Dry (ttmiN and Provisions."
The quest on of the right to hiss in
theaters has lately been brought to trial
in France. At the Lions Casino a
' J"or '"" " .;" '! ''' .""" ".'
Clllllllt . .1 llH-llil'1 ! HI' IHH, III.. , .S-
i pressed his il siippnioal.iin iiy vigorou- .
I liissiiii. anil :is arreteil therefor. Tht
, Judge deeded in favor of the defen- i
1 dant. and u.is supjiorted in his deeis.oii
j by the siiju-r or court, on the pronnd
that one member of an audience has as
much right to express his dislike of the
performance asanother has to mauifest
Surf bathing has del eloped a new
dati'er. ais the New York t'ommerrial
Advertiser. Recently a young woman
was found on a Coney I-land tra n
who, on exam nation, proved to be de
mented. The matter was explained by
her relatives thus: While bathing at
Long Branch during the summer she
was struck violently on the side of the
head by a large wave, and since then
has been subject to liLs of temporary
insanity. Perhaps more sickness can
be traced to surf bathing than is gene
Tlie general interest in the yacht
race for the America's cup shows how
near the people in all parts of tho
country have been brought together
bv telegraph and railroad since the
day when tin- America won the trophy
over thirty years ago. Then the in
terest in the victory was confined to
the Atlantic sea-hoard; but now the
race between the (ienusta and the Puri
tan is an allair of almost as much in
terest among people of the pra-rie-who
never saw a ship as among those
whose lives are spent within sight of the
ocean. Chicago Curnnt.
Porpo se leather is a novelty as
vet. especially when n-ed in the manu
facture of shoes. It has lnvn largely
u-ed, howeier, in making shoe-triugs,
owing to its great strength and pliabil
ity. Ft has a long, tenae oils fibre, and.
a.s it will not crack and tear, it makes
au excellent leather. When made up
into a shoe it greatly re-embles French
kid. It wears like iron and would bo
suitable for hois' shoes. It is entiiely
waterproof, and lery cooling to tin
feet, making it excellent for summer
wear. The skins cut from liic to six
Piirs of men's lamps. The leather
is hemlock tanned Kxilianqe.
Experimenting on Criminals.
A well-known phweian
India wants to make criminals who
have been sentenced to death useful as
subjects of experiment for the purpose
of ascertain ng how to treat cholera
successfully. He would take any pris
ouer under sentence of death who gave
his consent, experiment upon him, and
1 if the experiment iLjelf did not result
1 fatally, spare the prisoner' life. Ai
' the niimlier of capital conviction? in
British India is between three hundred
1 and four hundred a year, there would
' probably be plenty (if candidates for
the chance of escape thus afforded.- -
Hoorer How ctiil yon hap.
los so much nioner
hile vott were in bstliing mt Coney
Islaml, love? DM you carry it under
your oil-skin foatliinj; cap? Hoozer
(absent-tniniicdlv) Hathing W1i,l?
I.ost monev? How? Mrs. Hoozer
Wbv. I lieafd i on tell Mr. Tompkins
von" had dropped tifty dollar in tin
pool - 7i Ititt
Atiolil ladvln Oultman. Ca.. saw a rail
road for the first time last week.
OLD AZTEC bPMNG.
Ititvi-"ni-.l t Si.ia le In" "!
' til-rl.- tl-T Ittll ot I m,i,Iii.
Tli- tradition con ernin the if'""
whiih itisttprpa ed Ifiso. lob. rc'is
covered in Isp... w ,ire-.si.nj I.otiz
befoie the 1'iitoi cans l.nd s ! fo. t in
ewi.M.-iiro -tines bad ic elt.-l the
Vic.r y of Mexico of the 'winte and
biigl' luid," as w!iat .- i.ow Nee
Mexi ti was then eal'e I Tin- tn ies
told jf -ilvi r and gold. a'i I ' mineral
sytings o! niarveloiis t illative (ovv-t
l.t-s. than a dicoie if i i the d 'ipi'-.t
of Mexico, ( a'lea de Ra- i an I Ins
party of explmeis we:-- vvici ' 1 01
gulf mast ami s-a.n 1 to lied '
couiitrvmi-n in M lunig
weary wandering- ot tl.-- -! i in .i' I
ami per-eveiing pun - v - i '
tliei peiietnted to t elenii.1 tl-" o'i
tineiit at a point tica' v t : 'v il. n s
of latitiele ninth of tin1
o' McM. O.
II. C llOlt'l "t"
s mis i-iil-
tha: 'ie hrs'
tin- soil of
and near y the same .',.
the la-t se'tl-nniit ol t.
onit. And thu it via
Kuroceans s-t foot ;i-1
New Mexico and eat'icic ' iiiformat oa
which, when re oil. d to the Yi.erov of
Mexico, continued tl e uo..ileiiil slorie
and traditions that had been lucvi-ou-ly
related ' that "w Invalid bright
lam". ' and set on loo' the expedi'ion
of Niza. Coioia 1". Ruiz an' K-dcio
After th-'se xpetllt ons t c.ies of the
miueia' spin . w -r.- hr. u: t to M-x
co bv .l.'siiit p;. . and Ki viu-.-c a i
friars. Tne Spa innl- r vrniln the
-unni's until An.us- In liisii. wh-n the
I'ueblo lisliau- ro e
l It and dio
their Spam-n oppressors on: o' tin
count n. As tin- -uiest in. ilio 1 of p e
venting tiu-i retii II the Julia's de
troveil evervlh ng on vhi i the Sj au
iards had m'st -. t -t.i.i. Ine h.led
up the shalLsot the n.li't- and eoveied
up the sp iug-. Thus the mines and
the spring giadu ll.v p. s. ' into tradi
tion. The mine-, as all limw, wire
workel again -otiv t un- l f .iv noiv.
but the Aziec Spring ha 1 lema.ned a
Captain Avres he pi he o: d and
became interested lb exmii cd ca e
fnlly the hstoiy of tne s. ;th in n of
New Mexico ai.d eonilml d that l.e re
wa-a "innl neat ' i louu .tii'iu oi mi:
for thes'ory ot the i n. :.d alo
that it must nave In en lo. ato-i in t e
lie jhboihooil of San a l'c. He at n t
bcfrin hisep!or:it "ii fo" h -prill!, in
spleof thep o-pooli tit; of le-s-. ngiiine
(icoiile. Argiiin. t. at it it efc situ i
ateil alous the in st frotUentcd ro-ds
leading; from Sttita Y'- people wtuld
probihlv have -tmiili'el ii)miii it despite
their tli-be!i"f in it- ex -t nc , he -e
lecel for hi- pr.-p c me -l.e . a-t trav
eled r ad and made, xtinnuatiou-nf the
eou-itri oi either -nle of n inf; ut
fl'rther upon the road evcrv dai. II.)
found little to encouia'e him until one
.lav when lie reached a point in ili-r.i'd
about three miles fr mi the pi ia he c-iin-'
upon a nies i alons widen a path mitht '
.easilv have led. Kollowinvr up the me-a '
i lie came siiddenlv. wn-u a in..-- trom
. the load, upon t tre m llowiaji out
from aiii'iii; tin- rocks and -to:a-. trav- i
er-in for a short dst-tn c a lie.1 of
stones and p. blocs, and then sud.l nil
(i.S"i)pe:irui"; down a crma e. Captain
Ayi not. ce.l that the stones and peb
! bU-s were mineral stained. For several
I davs he made experiments with the
1 water, find n;; ut that lotnes could be
1 washed . lea in it with nt oap : that
on waslmij ir f'.co and hinds m t.
thev would i 'uft and cool for hours :
! anil that trom . to day it p'-eserved a
umforiul) warm tomper dure Tuis h-t
1 led him to the eon iision that the w iter
came trom a great depth and tnm.-ihot
sprui";, whose water was oiled in Itow
1 in friim where it biihhlt 1 up to its exit
! from the mountain -u'.e: and tint should
! an excavat:on be inadealons it;onr-e.
until its head vva- re clie.l. ti.e temper
ature of the water vvt a!d be found fbe
much higher opin'ons which have V''n
I The .-iirma is picturpsipielx -itualed.
i and from the me-a one o d iu- a -uc-ce-siou
of inaiuticeiit mount an vows
Santa t'e Cor. Zl. tai. O.o'jf Demo
crat. CHARACTER IN WALKING.
Obafrrntlona .11 ail- liy ln- llli.i Apprf
ciatra 111)" X'alil.- "I .in Alioli-
llliilla I- sis !)--.
; We do not vouch for the correctness
1 of the following indications of diameter
1 us derived from gait jnade by some
nony molls ober er:
It is well to bewaio of the min who
carries his left foot toward his right in
walking, giving an irnpicssion that his
right foot turns out and hi- left foot
turns in. This man is a natural petty
larcenist. He may. pi-rh ip-. haie neier
stolen in his life-that was only lecat-s
of fear or lack ol opportunity I ut all
the saini" lie is liable aui tune lo se
quester uncoil- tiered trilles for pure
wantonness, lie is of a kleptoiiiaiiai
nature, lint he i not nearly so .iau
gerou as the man who deliberately litis
tlis left up from the ttiiuh as tlimig.i he
was going up stairs. That man h a
natuial and an educated villain.
Where the treadmill i- u-ed in
prisons many couii. ts acquire that pe
culiar step, tint it is the natural care
ful, cat like tread ol the rimiual. The
jirl who walks w,th a Hat foot p sired
squarely on the ground, as tiu..gh she
wante.f it to glow there, may not Im- :is
attractive a the girl witn the arched
tllslep, but she is a gojd deal better
naiured. She is sure to be a good
aurse. kiirJ hear ed. sympathetic,
anxious to bear the biirt'.iiis ot others:
while tie- grl wuh the aivhe.l foot is
nearlv sine to be so hsh. and icrtaiti to
be a coquette ii she walks on her toes.
The man of short, neri'-us step- is
always a oils ues-man of energy, but
if the stride is trom the knee, only he
is celd and selfish, ea-ing for nobody
but himself. The man who-e ttide is
lang. aud at the same time euer
getic. i- generally bright, always er
ratic and ill-l alaiued, oiten ion. cited,
always carde-s, fond of admiration,
generally willing to sacntiie mueli to
pnti.se and ''. and, while often a
good follow, ge'ieralh unrv.i.V'le
The uinioinat ami the tinan icr hnve
a smooth, gliding walk, hard to de
scrib'. but easy to leeognie . there is
nothing sneaking about il. .nit it be
tokens at-cful deliberation, as though
eieri step wa cari'tiilli considered be
f ire I n g a a-le. Cleat sia i-amen anil
great pMlaut'iropi-ts iniays halo a
loo-o, slambrtng gait, whie.li comes
Iiom thinking about others more than
t einsehes. The sfri.: of the lain
man. the teetering trio of the "swell."
tiic lounging gait of theiinomploiel
club man? aie all too tauuliar o call for
To -avthat a per-on walks like a lady
or gentfeniat i- hign prai-e 'I lie giit
cat7ncierbc picked up in after life, it
mti-t tie luiiii in the man or woman,
unit cultiiated in early vouth. It i
i lost to a man when he tall- into ba I
1 war. for so sin-elv as he loes hi- con-
of reetitu !e and prnti- ot
siir-.lv uill lie li''k up tlie
rait of the loafer. An honest man.
jrentlo or louga. neier walks like a
. Tliief. and a thief an never couuter.'eit
-.lie gait of an i oaest man . but in a
emotmg to appli lhe-e rub's to men
me know-, it mu.t be reincinb-red thit
ill thieies aie mil ta "ght. anil an su-
.,c.v ted persons a.v not bail. ChruUau
A Hnrtfreport woman recentlr at-
tenipttil suic-nle ow in to u neighbor s
noisy children. It is rarely that you
Cud woman so gunpp.lhetie as this,
Most women usually take pleasure in
tlieir neignuor s misionuuco. -
Our stock is now co.mpl"ti fur f.tll anil winter tr uli1. cuiistsliiig ii part of I u'a ami Hoy-' Kip. (L'hIF, Waterproof. Warm Lined Iloo's
anil Shoes ami liiililii-r Hoots. Arrtirs, r. Ladi-s". Misses' an I t inldr o's I'ulf. (ioitt and Kid Kutjtnn liootx. Ladiet', Misse-'and Cliil-
tlifii s t all. t.o.it ami Kip Liit-c Shoes. La i--, tlis.es ,imi iiiiiur-n
All gootls narranted, ami hoiight direct From mauiifartiiier.s.
We put on sale this week a bargain counter TO CLOSE 00D LOTS AND SIZES
rnmliinlos IISOV vtlth mil. t(it.TtllLt
ToXKs. qulftl) ami ri)m;ilittl 1 1,1 lsl.s
,a! t.Mlll'IIKS Till: 1II.OOII. IJiiiflm.
Ilirarlliiuiiniie IJo-r ami Kidn-)s. I lear. thf
fonlpVxtfa,maVsthe-Vln umiHitb. ltilotnut
Injure I Vtr.th,rau-f lifaitlfhf.orpriviluffrtin
silpatlnn 'II I, onii.it IUOX Ml PICI XLS no.
I)n N" S KrGtl'FS. of Xljnon. IIiiim puts t
r-s- nnnvn 1 lir "in . Ir n Hitters a. k rslunl.l.-1." i
t r .m 'una tJi lil . l sii.l i-m .Tinir itll Jsii.' i
-iTt.tfu- tr il. ,st n .. hurt tliHte-th "
l'n K It lFl . 1. tl-yn M Int nv ' I
n-vt i.nsrntl llri.n's Ir-n llittir. in om 't
a iwrait an-l llcl di-s als- whn a t'"rt. w w
n"l.sl ami it ha. pnivisl tVr.-aablj Mlilarlwr
IiiWm lltns-s26St MirrSr NM.nil
vs llmtn'a In-n Hitlers n-twwl m in a -a--"
f ll...l t.iiwmins and I heartily wmmnj it t
lh.s. ntssjiic a p'mrmr "
Hi 1 H-ninim 'ia. Trs'le X!rk an't i-n-sl r1 I.'.
..i rainT Tnl.e no tillit-r Ma.1-onlv t.y
i:i:ivv x . iii.vii. vi. . iivi. rivinui. vti-
I.vnrra Uavn 1W1K nvfjl and atlrartiw. cm
lilnc list f pnjs t tr rs-ip inf(.mMti"n al '
din- rtc iten awaj t.j alt d-alrr- in ro-sli me a
mU1 t anj a-UrvM o rt-oILV ("f So. rtaltip
'ather. Mother, and Ihvoe suvirs Dead.
Mr. David Clavoool, lonn.rly :-crmant-t-A
nost-l tlie New Jersey t u He, and mm
Xi"Ury J'ublie at ( eilarville, 1 iiuiUrl.iml
o., N..I., niaLcd the lollovviiiK ttartliu
Uitetmnt: '"Mi tathtr, inoilur.anil thrte
istirs all died v it ti xUMiniiIH'n, and niy
uiigsiveii"soweak I raisul bhual.-iolialy
hoimht I conlil live. My work (shii
iniihini; i . as v cry straining on me vv ith iny
AeakcoiBtitution.and I was rapidly peine
o the jiraxe. Idle in tliis condition 1
oinnieui .tl ii-in Misldcr's Iltrb Hitters,
ml it saveil my lite. Itecau-e it was so
iilikult to pet it in this little place, and I
.ad improved so nitnh, I stopptti taking it
'r a time, and the result is that I have
ointiitnied peine lapidly dovvn hill apain.
-oniehmv, Mishler's Herb Litters pjvis
'jipetite and strengthriisitiiil builds me up
s imtliine; il-e does, and I must have a
lozen boll les t omc. I e this coiurnii
licalion as oil plea-e, and if any one wants
o I e couvin.-cti . f iu truth. It t iliein vi rite
no and I will make affidavit to it, for I
e my lifa to MUliler's Herb Uittirs."
Thcsirrctof the almost invariable relief
ind cure of consumption, diMiittry, diar-
Inea, dy.pep-ia, indigestion, kidney and
iver complaints, when Mi-hlir's Herb
litters is used, is that it contains tiniple,
larmles!1, and 3d rawcrful inpr.tiitr.tji.
hat ait on the blwal, kidney?, and liver,
ndthroiiL'h them ftrencthtnsnd invicor-
tes the whole evFt.-n. I'urtly vepctaMe
n itsconifsisitif'ii: prepnrttl byarepnlar
hvsician; a slandai 1 inttlh inal prcpara-
n; endorsed by physicians end drup-
,.t. Tht-e:ircf"-:rstriinpp"ints infavor
f Mishler'b lit rbl'.ittrrs. Mi-hler'sIIerb
tiers iss-ild by alt dnucists. Iri. efl.00
r larpe Little. ' I fl.-. fnr C"..IK1.
A.. onr itncpt fi r MunLrR's Hfrb IlrrrTBS
is d.s no- k'nit d no. ilf- .nitr-inif el. tnt
il a p.U' rani to MlnlUZIi llFKB HrrlEiiaCo
I' mmr--' Hist I"hlls4l--"ihia
OR SKI1V CANCER.
r.rs,-ii-i v.rs 1 s.f, r. il nli ifannrmi
111. (.lie " tl.. s,.,,. relll I'i s . re l''l eil
. . I.I, 11. it. Ill- i I i 'It I'I' I'l-l' '' ' 'llll'l'.e 1
,.r.v.."n,..i'i -at. i Wi im.. mi H..S-. Hem
-.hi.-ii-.n-i. i.-i."ivs'i .fsei, iwwn i.tf-i
ml- lii.'iari. t. r II mis als., ,nt! un.it. am!
.uii.iii-il im-a i:nutil.-.il tlHiiiti-iKliliii-.iiths
il'hU'.siii tl:uita. at Ihf Imuw f
'ii. s striiti;! rM- niiin-!ilct tli iis- f
ifrs."iTiflc that I ittrrmiiitl t" inaki' 'n
'tTrt t. pr-wiirv it. In !hi I n su.vi-.'.ni .
inti t't;.iit itt nf. 'Hit itit1ii''ittv ( t!im. ti
iru'ut first . ti th:.unht .tc.ni.tt- tlie
s..r.-: l-ut su-iii liic nitt.iiiiiii.ili'in .is .iii.neii.
mil I Ik-uxii t.. impr- i- after tlie nn-I l- !'t
lea. Mm ml he-ilili li.is reain nnpr . i.-.l
Iani.r..imer..uiital.lel.. leiiiil kii.li.f rk
f!ie chid.t -mini l"lctfa!i t....-.-n-.-i.. .iml
I rli. iileer t.. tieal. until tliere is net H lestu-
it lell ..nil H little sear marks the place viliere
, I lia.t li.-iri I am ready lo answer .ill .iues
tn.ns relaiuc t this .-ure
I .Mk-. Jo:, i) A. .Mi Iiiai.i.
Atlanta. iia.. ugust 11. 1-s.
I haie lia.t a cinoer on my face f.ir sum-'
ve.irs. extenilinn (ri-in one click Nine aer ss
, he n. .se to the other. Il has tln-n m- .1 ur. at j
leal ol pain, at ttiiies burning ami it-liint; t,j
sued an client that it as almost uiiln-.tr-tlil- ,
I -nuii) ni-i il ushiu sHts .spe.-iile in M.iv. ,
,ss'.. al.it haie liseit eiuht iH.ttles. II lias Kllell
tlieiED-Mtest la lief b reniniing the litdaliilna
tlon anil rcstitrini; m general heallh. I
W. II IBM'-.
Knoiiille. lon-a. S.pt s. l-s.r.
I .r inanvicars I HasasuSerer with earner.
-1 tie nose, mil tiaunje been ciireit In the use
f.- .- . I feel constrained hyaseiiseot.tiiti
to siitt. miiu humanity lo make this statement
l llll ease With the fourteenth liottle tin
earner la gaii to Ileal rapiill) ami -mm.ii ili-ap
louir-'d. i ill lorsei.-ral months there has la-en
iiooppeaniin-e of a ire of any kind on mv
nose or I i.-e. neither is nil nose at all tender
t.. the low Ii. I li.ne taken about to doen
hottl.-s s s s ,;tti,i jim soundly med. and I
knoa that - - S etleeledlhe .ure after eiery
kiioMii reiueilj was tried and had ailed.
lort ilaiues. Ha.. May 1. l-v.
ol heanl ol the ..iiderflil ellres of ift's I
-I-ei it'. . ind reso',ed lo In It. 1 eotlinieil. i it
Mkint: il 111 April. !-s. Mi uenenil health w is
inn. ti improied.iet the e:ii r wli'.-h w is mi
nil bri is! eontniiied to row al..wl hi) sur.-!i
I hi- l,uii, h una and lH-ealin mute bean I ,
lelt that I must either haie it at r .lie i. in
l e.. in me reed dl si tiarlni; (U lilt I ties, i a! in. st
l.i.-i.-k. Ihlek liliM.il It i- mtumed he.iim
Hound the rilees until lel.iuarl. when II was
- olir.-ly lo-aled up ami well I-) i- U"".'
I ... h. s. tt. y.ii..uihi - . Mass ,.lul 1 .. 1-s.
Ml it's s.,.ifir is entirely leel.tlle. iimt
seems to ellre ealiei rs by Iiin-IIIK III the llll
piinli. s ii. on th- til I
lr. .ill- 1 111 mil .not -kill iMse.lsea Ill-ill. d
Ml mr i i.
The OLT lOR-sFT mlf (ht tan te rvturrmi '
j purchniwr aftrr tiirv k er (f not fou j
PERFECTLY SATISFACTORY m -
teTery rM-iK-t,nJ iwitI,- itiimijti tiy teller. Man
a vartrt of ttyln snJ i-iic-. Sold hj llit-cl-
iler wvcrywherr. Beware of wortble ImlUtloi.
ot irenutne unifM It has Ball' Dime on the box.
CHIGAUO UUKrtl WU.i wnito. ill
w A L L is
Sat V I id'StZim
is M m
INTO. 38ISEAST T.Zirsr STREET-
Men. So Kents
and Rubber Boots and Shoes
!SraH ANNUAL OPQ
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
1 . . .
;J. Leutv's Sons,
Htnlri4j8t aii 1 ."t j. p(l IU1.7 Mrt i-ir
, ket in thf "-I lie. H"'' I liitt.i, raJ. Ijiip 1
ami -alt Mt-atvto - hid an wvire i'uUm over
' atnel alway" rftsir-t-d.
n.l l"t -..th Market 't
ESTABLISHED IS IS30.
Wffl. GRANT'S SO
n a i w fls rRT Pii n
S I n I s I n L f! ! ;
1 1 l j ! I jl M I lUI H
tinl i lIlLM I IIJll
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
T.s it Wvii
,., ,. u t- r -f c it I ry 1 1 T"r
fS 1 R fl T ft I ft I ! f M ! ! I
II i V till t I 11(1 1 H A r-
1 1 Ii I I iUj I U! If M V
UfULl iSiL.ll UlillillLi
E. Y. EBISRIQUB,
X i. ti We.,: Hij rit.-eei.
Everything Hrw and 'Mean.
All Kinds of Smoked niul I'res!. Meat-
( nc-t Ill'll on ll.lllil.
accomiaolattayn at tt .. . ' ai -e
.t very reason. i
ra:-s I'j i .
ah in n 'M. e
IIoupc only one .iun" fr n .io;
K. It. Ill N-l I'll, l-roi.rl
PiUCTICnL BLACKSM'TH. HQBSE SHBER
Aiul (tiral i;i.iirtiiu ion.
COU. OKM't.H AM) IWTOItY
jgai,-mim.Twr urn qui nyarjjsrow;
t f ! r
a 5i ' t 1 E.
J. D. Smith Company
(,i.,i.." itini.lhm. ot. u.-m limii si
unit Uiilnut llt.i.
1 AND STATIONERS.
IllanV ItooK Mori anil Les-il t!nL a lielaliy.
DR. WM. E. MORGAN.
(Illlce: :tt West iVaslii mton M.
t all i hr. in. iii- iis'-s
f.i iv .. riMill.it. .ut hr'.-
Mi'.-a m t 10 p nt. l.(iii..n:;i
rior.il rant i.
AsaMptunal nffrr for tlw m-.s(.
the Florist. N'. '' V.-st F. urrh u
nalt. tH Sill PI'tM f .
h.iskft "f i ut h -w is -. r. ,
U"",ir s t- t i i i it
is artiste ii -. s.
tuufnut. ll's i'" 's, t . i- '
ilrnlL'tis. Christmas ti Til- s ti
toiandeven;iteni h w ready and k'reaibar
galas oHered. icutlrce.
v ' ' rt tsi MSB
i J Hi I- -s ri-a F Pis
I WH In
1 " liiLSl
f ! '
1 I st'.-
's ( i-jiiuette, Stml tls and Warm Lined Rubbernaud kuhlo-r Hoots.
to Pay. Ho
Repaired. Custom Work to
IFS-O-W IS THE TIME
To use our Improved Tonic of
Sp h V
, rm)iM'il ofKxtract of Beef, with Citrate of Iron and pure Sherry
W f, mi i oifct-r nmrrdicnts which make It one of the best tonirs
I th.it ;sii ii 111 ilt Wo haTt also on hand a full line of wines epe
cidliy for iiie-licim, pur poses
BAKHAUS & CO.,
Vo. 3:1 FZnat
Desirable Goods at Moderate Prices.
Your trade invited
11 TBmniPEs.HHSSTjirr.il ii.:iini:Js
liemarkuble Tor IU prrnt Purity, Dorabllitj and
FREEDOM FROM CLINKER AND SLATE.
We sell the best gradts of
0. C, B. & 0., Hocking and Jackson.
Contracts taken and estimate! furnishid.
WOLISTOIM, WILDER & CO.,
-3 IO sTCTEJSa? -&LJ&.IN STREBT.
ND STEAM FITTERS
hRnss & nn..
! -16 TVest Main St. '
S r Mjpp.inl witb a full line nt l"ndrt
lier N'ds, rum ibe rhciffi to th? fisett In
the in trket.
Our Fiiistiarr ar rnJinte ith diploma.
I e i r -ti p'v I'tfndtd, .lay or night, eat-
ifj.c . ' fcu- ni'fl in ery ca. Finet turn
I'.e II l' aln .nl. Is an tn
.il ai'.i.e nliii-b alieulil b
!n tin- , i:n lia-i of a mdlrlc
I. Ait'- Par-sparilla la I
. ii n at rat .1 an.l rmwerfut alter
It isuui.rsa. i acknowledged to be
:' l..s, i,i, ,..i:;i,r. v. r. Xicholf,
t-l Vi"j-L-ii-;t .n.st.. rto-tun. M.i-s., writes:
: i r -uiTi rin for spiral jear. wltti
Inli( -tien. I v.'sar: 'ii-nt and Induced
"- f.ir-jiaul!i. I hai" preatlr 1m
ul. My In. ait h i:is neur liettfr tH.na
'- ut." Artrie Zwinky, instate St..
l.Ijii. X. Y..sais that -betook Ayer's
! i il'a for a tuiiior In tlie throat
-.iinl. n't-r ti-'i-j it for three
.t!.. sv . " i ii jr a 1 ili-ai'iieareil. Ter-
ii!." .1 u'-'i (.,. n- shoulil try this
e. I.. i .in In II, Hooker, Pa.,
' Bi !u u-i-"f
In- d of l.i-i joint ili-ense.""
rnnareu.i Dr. .('. - it S. Co.. Lowell,
' M .--.. I . -. A.
Sold In all Irusr-'i-t.
1'rlee- St : m bottles for o.
193 W. Main St.
Iresli llread, Cuke;!, Itolls, Ple ud
indies alnajs onhana.
I UU' 1 I lll I V
.1 r- u.i't
'"r- i-i.ut I " !
" r, ,i-'ht I
i i '
i fi i r
i atarrh ' S - x -w JVv Uf .. -
i - - - "7
7 BSffl HID GQNFEGTIDNEH.
at half usual price.
ON & HYPES.
. Willis & Son,
"THK OLD FOLKS AT HOME."
The New York Board of Health estimates that
30,C0 llqea bar been destroy tsl by the ea oit
quail tie of petroleum. If eqery houwhoM vt,al
adopt the Whit ?al oil lor family ue, none of
these unfortanat accident would occur.
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
htsnoneof the defect usually fcund in common
oil. It cannot b eiploded, doee not char the
wick, will not smoke, emits no offensive odor, and
orerent the breaking of chlmnejs.
i WHITE SEAL BURNIN6 OIL
'tsarlen oil for Ula-flnatlntc purposes. It is a
1 light In color aa pur spring wur It iree a
strong, steady light, and burns rau h longer than
j If the White eal Burning oil ls not twld in yoir
; vicinity, send your order dirvct to us for a barrel
I or a cae containing two neat fire alltm cans.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
, SA KCCI.m AVKNCK. C1.F.VEI, IM). )
! Thedrus store in the St. Jawe- hotel
, huililinc. comer Main and I.iiin-st..n. Ms..
is offered (or -ale at a barciin. If in-t ilis
msel ot atpriiate sale In-fore, it ..lbe
otferit at public sale at l.'fO . in. -if Tne
' dai. Nov. 24. IS-5. Time mil tie cnen .in
apjiroved sia-unty. Apply to J.ui.h -)itz,
representinit morttraa-ee-, ortot;. F Ilurton.
T. J. THOMAS,
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