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TEEMS : S3.00 per Anm-m M cut. si maathv KI do 1 in.wi 1 year. . 15 in Hcm. wool ha .x. aqtwros 1 year.. 23 00 aaBa".SaSavjaitiBi and n omt fur each satwcquenl liuer- ?'Spm!rldwtmBBi at lb. anH rates aad $1X0 iViiiliuiuJ fur mut f pablMatiaa. VOL. XXV. CANTON, MISS4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1875. NO. 37. THE mwm iT-v? ?f ' aiT&AflFurfl won .AX'S work , UU.1I B, BIBB. " Mania work la from to son: Woman's work ia awrer dune-. jaa., - - Olt FrOMrb. Martin Kyser, coming borne from haf work at we,: y ,' v -'.-i.ree believer ' ' ' ar iXbeujraa bis wifa had easy tinea said twas . . know that he Cat-Id jaaataw day 4o as swell as she'd do in . 1 1 tnsai nil quirk tbe bvsy- wKe: "Come, if , . yuu'll aikiar, To-BMrrow-c yu)'U work I'll go drire - er1br:' ' Jiut jUMLBiust aailk. thai dairj cow,. and you . ff waaaKitKitarr uaV, - Aad thu'a's m tofle, too, of bread and pics to -We.- , , f vyiMyllbi to wmlefc, or fceTl KSt ost,'6r "iiff e wont plaj sJl daj ahe'a new and Jvuen to nurae; jurl Wnt forget the hired men dinner hoar TV --.. Sea want lou of Tleartv food when they die . M And Sm'frm tMdn and out, getting toward MifdjuaVSHaj" ttaJw)pcyrJkun4'or Rhe'lLlay - ajitrar; And betre the atoje i Cull and the irons.. Fur the clolheaI've washed to day muat not xi.4-Iheai tor half aa hour or so, ere it's time for There's your workmjr sillt to patch do it " MJ5... : Or JfbO llerbMn-yard, and see the poultry Aftar wJiTfrwRh Tern bid Belle and put ,' as ..vUieaa sbio oeo. dress yourself, yo knew as I aspimi k lie a village on account 01 h.s i.ncy wjis a rntlicr handsnnic youiiK Davinj? jL'iwioincc, Kniccry store nnu i iaiv, not over twi-nty-two, witli lil:ick ' By-tlie-way," mid tiie Ctinstnlile, ax lie rode alonjr, ilia jxlwarus leave ins wiujn slwajs do, "-JKd Safest mi . . -you Bice tor ' me as X, have bad for Hbntethjajir tasty eay a bird on rvaBanapiey rissole from the dinner's roast. As I "BftfTttse so tired, of course youll wait "sr3eray"Vrafper, ret my slippers, brinjracup .siy-otaB " " . . You'll' waak-npt lock -the house, laugh at yl casiiui - - r'.: I ainBt rest upon the lounge with the evening . , Well, aaiai kBOrniBa; atartim's wife went to drire the plow; ' aHte,Tmairinff,tottBepail, tried to milk . las sow, .... aUUaUaak Cherry tossed her head, looked m hTMin4. wiUbaeorn, s. 1 si faUeS War Martin from the byre Vith her Bruised asd bleeding, without inilk, he went . -MiVBS Dirty dishes, crying baby where should he vour carcT" ''No, he took it with him. Was it found in liis pocket?" I ilidnt ask the pirl, but we'll know Hrrion we pot there. J le won't be buried till an invetintion is maile. lue coroner is coining out to-duy." We sBarned n Uie way that lioss Ed wards made his quarters at tlie,Cross Koads tavern, and when we arrived in trunt of the little two-story , building we saw huu sitting oa the porch reading the ounty ncwsiaM'r. . lie did not seem to notice usdisruonnling, and we had secured our horses at the hitching post and stepped upon the piazza uelorc lie was aware 01 our presence. Koss Edwards." said Mr. lirush. in a very impressive tone, as he laid his hand on the startled man's slioolder. " I arrest you for the murder of your uncle, Stephen Edwards, whom yon waylaid ou Tuesday night and knocked from his horse with a club to secure the immediate Benefit of his will." (nvc as the 'occasion was, I could scarcely keep from smiling at this mutin ous siieecn, wnicn i think: jur. nmsn had mentally prepared and committed Ui memory on the way. )t was. the lirst limb he bad ever been called upon to arrrat a nan 'on charge ot murder, and be- evidently intCBded to make the most oi it. ... - 4 Koss' Edwards looked un into Hie Constit ute luce, -then -at me, with npiiarent sur prise : after wli k:h lie turned very pale, and seemed trying to speak, though unable to uiier a worn. , ' I'm sorry," snid Mr. Brush, in a less odiciai tone,. "and I hope the charge may prove iKise ; nui i man uo my auiy. l our eousm incy nan maoe -the complaint and got the warrant out. Here it is." A nd he began to- read" Commonwealth of- " Never mind reading It." interrupted Rosa Edwards, recovering his self-posses sion and spcaKing very calmly. "I know what a warrant is, and I know you are the Constable. I will go with you at once ; but rem assurea uuu snare is some mistake about this." ire arose and put on his hat as he spoke. 1 hope it win tarn oat . so," said air. Brush. - Koss," said I for I had often addressed him by his -first nama " do you happen to know that your uncle made will in your lavorT- ",o," he replied, coolly. -, -"You doo't!" " No. I don't know that he did so. He told me a few days ago that he would. He had a Quarrel with Cucv. who has a vio lent temper, and he said that I should be his heir. He told me that she did not treat him either With affection or resncct. and he asr iletcrmrned that she should not and a elcnr complexion. Her manner was candid and earnest, and I was soon con vinced that if her father hud not been de ranged she at least believed him to be so, and I readily agreed to take thecase. Wc were, in consultation half an hour in refcr ence to what witnesses might be summoned to testify to the old man's eccentricities of character, and she had risen to -go When I said: " Why, how forgetful I have been! .Un less the will is produced, there is no use contesting it." " Why, I have it !" she replied. To my astonishment, she deliberately drew from her pocket and handed to me a legal paper, wuicu 1 immediately recog nized as the missing wilL , " Where did you get this?".. I asked al most with vehemence. A puzzled look came over her face a flush then she turned deathly palo. ' Where did you get thisi" I again de manded, as a fearful thought flashed across my brain. . .. 4v. .. t -r One tottered a lew steps, sank trembling lino a cnair, anci, covering her livid lace witii ner immtseiacQiarea. " Merciful Heaven! What have I doner" " What have you doner! J echoed with some seventy. "I'll tell you, girj-j-Ynu- have murdered ybnr father!" ' ' "No, no, I haven't!" -shegnid frantic ally, while slip clasped he hands -and looked, up i uiploriBgly into my Jace- H Oh, I didn't kill him! Spare me! ave mcj" " Spare yon ! Save yon ! Why ? : She dropped her face upon her hands and was silent. - ' "Answer me, girl!" I -said, sternly. "Did your cousin IJoss kill your father? Speak the truth!" " No!" she replied, beginning to ary. 'Then you did!" " No, no, no!" she waited- prtaously. "At least you know who did?" " No one did : he was thrown from his horse." m . "How do you know V -- "I saw it." ' " You saw him thrown, from his' horse and killed " "Yes." -- What mystery was here Was thfl Vrrl crazy? No, that could not be, for why was she so frightened ? -And, above sif. how came she in possession of the will ? - Why did you trv to have Koss mamred for murder?"! asked: p . " Because I hated him.1 : - - - - " How came von to see tout lather thrown from his horse.?" . a Here she burst into a perfect convul sion of sobs and - tears, and after a few second regained control of her voice so as to. say: , un, I'll tea you aui i jnixkt as well now. tint they won't hang me for that. er?1 flame, and show a black ash. accompanied with a smell which will speak as to its ori gin. Mtlon is now so cleverly treated, that it is frequently taken for silk, also an animal tilier, and this simple test is always resorted to when there is any doubt upon this point. . . , , , An improved hydraulic motor for run ning light machinery is sard to answer an admirable purpose in many of the small er industries. Tlio apparatus consists of an oscillating engine placed within a per fectly water-tight outer casting into which the water enters at one side and leaves at the other. . The oscillating engine cylin der, driven by the water, swings in bear ings, suitable entrance and exit ports of me bearing permitting alternately the en trance and discharge: of water from the' cylinder. The piston rod of the cylinder! is pivoted to a crank disk ol the driving Fall Millinery. Importations of millinery show many novKiues mr me mmncis 10 oe worn in me approaching fall and winter. -These nov. elties are, however, in accessories rather man in the shapes of the new bonnets. The prevailing shape retains the high prominent front and moderate crown now in vogue, and is wom -far back on the "cad. lhc only new features are that it is short on the sides, close to the cars, and is always provided with strings, f ronts, or brims, are also more regularly shancd. projecting upward and outward in scoop Shape, or being turned -back en rtxxrn at the top. The face trimming is massed in knots, bows and Umffrs of flowers just awive me iorcnead. me outside trim ming does not encircle the crown like band, bHt is variously arranged 'to suit shaft, and the power is transmitted to the I different hats. , Sometimes the objective Keula,r lops Part1 machinery-by a friction cone- and belting, Uoint for triniraingjs just to the left of !llk Bn!' I"6'8 V ami " 1 ... . I ... 1. .. ...II. .. . . " . -.1 T i! i i l n (W1 lwh,nl lur iu.mi8i " irtiu dwuu . i me rroni; on other bonnets it is nearly all diuorent speeds, -The - regulating- air-Kon theMcf t side, leaving the rtglit almost chamber secures unil'ormiiy ojnUpn r'hare: whfhs in nthers frvrvtit 5- in. under various attached by screws ' at any suitable point near the machine to he operated, and the water can -be conveyed thereto by Vnbbor pipcs .xHo.oiiing ;s necessary, as uie ap paratus works entirely in water, which forms a suflicicnt lubricnril. Tliis kuid of motor mnst prove very tiaettrT,"aS'it is said to be capable of -making -faotn 130 to -5U0 revolutions per. niinute, with an average water consumption ol lorty gallons Felt and verve bonnets' are-imported to me exclusion ot nearly all oUiernuUenals. Felt bonnets will be worn all through the autumn and early in the winter; velvet bonnets will appear' atr Christmas- The new Celts are partly smooth and partly ol mu iur-uvatvuT leit. tjoiueumes ine-crowtl head ; ' the Montagnard hat with brim rolled up on one side and down on the other, and the slouch hat, with soft fur- beaver brim, worn back on the head. The felt toques have soft crowns, much lower man ttiose now worn, and are very much trimmed. Cream, gray and brown feltarc most used in round hats. A toque of I cream-colored tctt has a gilt braid on the edge, and a lacing ol cream-colored silk. Just in front is a large rosette, made of four loops of dark brown velvet, froni be neath which starts a long, creamy ostrich plume, winds high np the back, and stops again near the front: a merle mwsss is iK.TC.hed on. the back of tho crown as if I flying down amidst loops of very wide ribbon. A second dressy toque of cream colored felt is bound with cream-colored velvet, piped with three folds of lighter I twilled silk. The crown is covered with. I velvet and partly ong ostrich feather fastened behind by a silver fijigree oucaie; and cnrfeti TOwarar me ironi. i A dark brown felt tonne has the brim widely bound, with, dark brown vel vet flecked with cream-colon. Brown twilled ribbon forms loops in front and behind, and some ecru cashmere lace is mixed in these loops; "-Two demi-long piumes, prown ana ecru, curt oat on toe crown. 1 he Montagnard hat is similar to the brigand and Kubens hats of last sea-1 0nr gigs nqd iils S,fV' i- ,.., .t c - j son, dui is worn pcrcneu up on a nign lyt use ot- (lark Mown' has -swops nt MVLTVm I PARTO. ?Z-&3Lt..hT!. tol te.7i? ThaT's "JTlTowut And tba. butty, bread aad pies all were yet Will they? For what T 1 asked.'' Unable to sur mise what was coming. "I know I'm as bad as if I'd committed a murder," she replied, " but I did -not Discoursing sweet, music Blowing your own trumpet. HiTMrTCtips is the name of a river in Washington Territory. VniCANrzBD rubber" pavements are un der trial at PittebHrgh, Pa. What's- become of Weston? Has his sole stopped marching on? Tun extra. glean- obtained by the use of a mosquito canopy is net gain.: Whbn do teeth unsurp - the tongue's prerogative ? When they are chattering. ' Taxidermy for parents If you want to preserve" your children do not stuff them. ' DRT.AWARrt peaches are being shipped to England this- season a tiling never done before, , . - Whebkvkr tliree or four thieves are Qanrtcd together, there, may yon find a "rifle' team. ' - - , . Jt , Thb only way torook at a lady's faults," exclaimed a gallant, " is to shut your eyes." ... A Nstvada- paper speaks Of- an urchin that had been playing with a mule's tail as "a spoiled child." It Iooks as if Mexico was to have an other revolution. She ought to have it's a month over time how. " One cheese-manufacturer in Central New York has seen his whey to a clear killhim With my owi hands. I knew Uis 'whoiesonn ad- .-Oat V-mharm i NiaVe hial Vnkt men call Toand the butter tww&f not come, thought he'd- """-- ) mmm smxe,- . - - - Pat the bread in far. too soon, dinner on too When thrmaV hair he- was eat. - CT1 i laianer.iiaBset table, httnrry dis content; w- - v - And tbe-thought of afternoon made him sick srflMasyi f . ; , mJtmi m Bdait wonld he not? inat to r- mf-. .- 'And CheNfife had woman's tact; so Jdit after : ,tZ!XXwr, knowing Well she was none toe soon : Kever had she seemed so fair ia her husband's -" Then yon don't know that he made a Will "-'! . " No. I never saw him alive-after that 1 uesday morning, I think." - ' When the Cottmer arrived' we proceeded to Edwards' house, where the usual in- qnest was field. The countrv nhvsioian bastifled Mi at death had resulted from m fracture of the skull with some blunt instrument. A neighbor one of two men who found the body testhSed that he found near by a ronnu sione, oi inree pounds' weigut, stained with blood. - Ross Ufl wards again admitted that his uncle had told him he would make such swill; that he. knew he often changed his mind ; yet denied that he had any knowl edge .of the murder. Where were von during the earlv Part ur Tncsnay nignir" asaea me coroner, eying nim snarpiy. let me see. 1 took a walk across the I got that he had gone to town to make a will that would disinherit me, and it made me hate him and Koea lioth. He rode a fiery norse, anu i maue dd air mwa lOfncntea it, hoping, I confess, that it would throw him oft. and I didn't care if it killed him. So I went out on the road in the evening Dkku are very numerous in Virginia now, naving greatly multiplied since the war, especially in the lowland region. - AWxs not her death quite sudden?" sard a condoling friend to a bereaved widower. ' Well, yes, rather, for her." Stewabt says it is Hie hardest thing in in other cases the brim is dark on one side and light on the other. Light cream color and pale gray felts are most liked, and arc handsome enough to wear with dressy -cgelnmcs; there are also many uara urown, Dome green, and blue tells; niacR lens are not very largely imported and the same Is true of velvet, though black bonnets will by no means be aban- uooou.. xno edges ot lelt bonnets and round hats are left ."raw," that is; cut smooth, and not bound. Colors of the deepest hues preyail among velvet, bon nets. An hnportatton of forty bonnets at one esiaousnmcnt snows nut one qi black velvet;. t anoLhcr : house two or three black bonnets are shown among many colored ones. Navy. blue and brown, arc most largely -represented ; some exceed ingly stylish bonnets arei of dark 'bottle green ; there is also an effort Jo revive turquois blue and peacock-color. - A great deal of soft ribbon is, used in. trimming bonnets and for the long strings. These ribbons are, about throe, and a half inches wide, .and, are. closely. twiUed.or eists m uroau serge iwiiis. oonie jiave diagonal stripes an "inch wide, made by reversing- the twill. ' There 'hratso a pretty . l i 1. 1. ii i :. . i . . - wuicu nuiiu vaiivu- graaube unci irans very eltectively when combined . with civet. Basket-woven l'unania ribbons are also' Introduced, matching the loosely woven fabric described last week for over. dresses; these come in dark queer plaids as wen as in plain colors, -mere are also very handsome ribbons that arc twilled.on one side and nave a slight satin jgloss on the other. Wide twilled ribbons, broad enough, for sashes, are used for making me iuii son loops mat now depend irom the back of bonnets. Gros grain ribbon is very little used. . '" . .. -The most consplcnons novelty of the season is uie ecru cashmere? lace "With which bonnets are trimmed. . This. Is a line wool (ace made in thread patterns like banda.of brown, velvet, ending in a ker chief behind that is edged with ecru lace. A long Jfercutio pluuie, fastened by a brooch of red gold and silver, curls low down behind; The slouch hats are saucv- kioking and snitalrte only for-very .yonog faces. A slouch of gray filt has a suiootlw light gray crown, with a dark gray brim of fur-beaver felt, soft and flaring, capri ciously turned up and not bound n the edge.' AH around inside the-brim-are two soft pufls of cardinal red velvet. Around the crown is folded gray velvet,, with, a rosette' of four large loops just left of the front, from which three ennedostrichtips project; low down behind is a -gray pigeon head,- with wide-staring eyes. Navy-blue, .velvet, maroon and., bottle. green arc also used to trim gray felts, . .. 'Felt bonnets are of ..exceedingly fine. smooth felt, ' hot bound on the edges. Gray of very pale shades' and cream tints1 are preferred, v One of gray, withr arch ing, scooping. front, has pale blue velvet putts above the forehead supporting moss- roses and forget-me-nots. Outside all is gray velvet aad silk" in fbng loops, with three gray tips cnrling out" from-the crown, r A second gray ten has band of gilt galloon and brownt velvet in whieh gold ornaments arc fastened. A third Jias bottle-green velvet bows in front mixed with silver 'galloon, while" around the crown, are cock's plumes that hang low on each side. A fourth, trimmed with, green velvet and gilt cord, has a bronzed bird on the crown poised with outspread wings as if about to fly upward. All these bonnets have twilled ribbon strings the -color of the velvet trimming! they are a yard. long and three or our inches . wide. Harper's Bazar. " '" Courtship In Greenland. " THREE TIMES ONE. ! Keep your baby fashions, " . Little maid; Orowing-up will spoil you, : . I'm afraid; When the bonny girlies crrow. Halt their pretUnesses go People say. . Who can look atsueb as you . Without a panir or two? Well-a-day! " - If I coiild. I'd' Veep you, - Tiny chit, As you-are this minute, . Every bit. ' Not another inch of height; Aren't we tall enough now, quite ' Two-feet-two? . Why, I'd give my Sunday bonnet,. , "" And the purple posies on it, ' -. ... 0 be yotti .-.. ".,."-:- '. CouTd the budlet only' T" -Hold the flower, 5?! Could you spare your dimples - . Half an hour, , "" , I might recollect, yon see, ,J -. Horn things looked wben was three. Very well, Tou know what there Is to say, " You'll be big a I some day Won't you tell? v Ah! did I but manage r ' - Matters here. '--'.i -: - Pinafores should lit you , . . ' , many a year; v For I dread lest when you're old You'll have lost your heart of gold On the way; "That were sadder (don't forget) '--Than to live to see my pet . ; . Uctting gray. . v :. . " ' Goldilocks may some day sttss tbetr erhikle;- forehesdJaarn the feeling . 1 it)f a wrinkle. , TTeVer mind, so naught be stole ' ' '" Vreas the sunny-tempered oul t- . Worth a sigh. , ( Thievish fate will have to pay ' VH he ever took away '' - ' --Js. r By and by.?, ;- - 8toryon,'tnen, Ti dare not, .'.'"- If i might, ' w . Though the risks stand heavy,- Black or white;. " Game of hazard, erery whit -. Luck and unluck; toss for it, Yes or No; -Take yonr chances with the rest; - Nature's methods must be best, - .Aa things go. . .. - Rachel Pommy, St. jfichoUu for Ijepttmbtr. Why "bonUt Agnes, get ahead, Moh- sienr, while I am away back in the, , "Perseverance, iAIiss Ursula- 6ersever- ance mnmccemei by perseverance.. " Bo on New YenHs-Dav while Ursula. rocked in thecushioned chair, and thought how " stupid music was, to be no difficult," . an JMhatiWInmr jh -would pracT'eo -well to-morrow,", , Agnes played a soft liule air that, to"her, was the sweetest i music in. the world.-and. while she was playing, loaned nearer to- Lucille to whis- " per: " r Bister,-was- there ever anything so nice as jrrseirore r.; N, T, Obttrtr. All Sorts of llalrs. - - I suppose you youngsters think that all hairs are- alike, except - as - to color ; but that is Jybenause, yonr- eyes, are not Tciy anarp. ii your eyes were as sharp as a microscope ronconjd - tell from the tfniost s4iee of -arfiall wlielher It grew on a boy or a quadmpad,-and wb&tqnadruped- " A human hair, I am told, looks, in that searching little instrument, like a hollow ' tube, quite transparent, and -marked with irregular lines ' around it. On looking very closely these Knes are seen to be the . , ends of separate surface-coats, or bark of, the hair. Think of your hairs having bark! -Inside the hin, scaly covering is'- a fibroussobstance.rom the bulb where it ' begins to the point. The color of the hair i ' decided-by iheeolor of the fluid that fills-' th is transparent tube. A cat's hair looks, un-. der this prying instrument, like the trunk... -' ofett, rVHrghpatm-tree; whrle a bat's ' : hair resembles flowers ef a trumpet shape, stuck into each other to form a chain. A , bat from-'-India Iras ' the trumpet-shaped ' cups expanded very wide, and notebed on the edge. Hair from the head of a bee is ' . pofnted and set with short hairs standing' straight out from Uie stem ; and the hairs' of a caterpillar are like stout, horny rods, t MWll tn - rutin, ;. : " - .eacb-side. .- - -x-w- . Kt. ''-. This is very queer; but there's another thing about it. If the hairs of sheep and ' other animals whose hair is need in menu factures had not rough, scales whieh clasp and mat together, they could not be made ' into felting. - That is what -nukes -broad- V cloth and other woolen-cloth so firm and' ' strong." Jadcinihe-Puhnt." St. KieholaM for September. - - " '- f FOREIGff GOSSIP. ,PEBSEYEB1H AGNES, v.. S AJK IHUg UJ lCttiU, two. Ak Englishman was lately arrested for "stealing gas" by attaching a rubber tube to a, pipe in the cellar of aa unoccupied" '" house next-door to .his own. . H -. drawn off TJOO.OOO feet in five years. A FATwicR and son, named Cote, when u UBVf DVM BUUUIBU AI1UA. - " f - In me-receht death of Admiral Excel- j tans, in France, a cariOWcotncideoceTs to wait for him j I knew he generally exit the world for a ladv to ourchaae iroods and 1 those of black hahtilly, and of the old- It is made, in-. Normandy. It is of that Prof. Tick save that we shalL have esnaany wftiteness that is so cllectuEe with S,!ri,n ,inV.nr.:U i. .....i.- ,..i ...... 1 oartc velvets, and is used in great profu- gct your tubs and pails ready to catch ?hmJ0B H,bon,rc1l l "ehes, quilling hnd rain4-tt4-r - - 1 . . . ' i - I barbes. The best Parisian milliners use - Ausnt anyone' can start a daily new- w. . wnncuuics Keviis a ania home by abont nine o'clock when he went to town, and i anew wnat time to go. 1 took a whits sheet with .Juer and When I heard him coming I - wraifoe ft atound me, and as he rode near 1 ran suddenly across the road, directly ia ftrrnt of" the norse. i ue animal was- lrighteneu, &( 1 had expected, and instantly whirled and violenHy tomegronml. hisheatf strikfn"ffhc"f ,,WKFun.d P1"5" urty Jiight and the loose round stone that was found near, dayto keeg. it gping. . iu r oy. lie oki not move atlcrward. and 11 i nci ii)ib u iiciuiuus. is su uhi- took the will from hi Docket hnrricd ert Txior-house or lunatic asylum. This until Agnes: quire cast down from her tlijytitof high spirits; ran off to find mam ma and tevknow if she rcaUyvheing " no body but Agnes," could, leainto jplay on. Uie piano by notes. "1 shall learn tnis one to-day and that . f j.awyaB. c-t i t ' I ncius to the river and had a swim. uaca oy nine, l uuns." " DM yon. meet anyone oil yonr way to me river or coming Baca ?' JXOIS soul." The verdict of the Coroner's iurv was nnfuwkraHln I. TJu,a V ,1 ..... T 1. '.- - ' I WW TT IW1 U3. Hill, UD Wybsh.astp.fgly, allowed l it was hard to was taken to Wellington, briefly exani r wimmtxAt ..-.- '" lined by a magistrate, and committed to home, I was foolish enough ta think 1 ought to preserve it, and it has exposed my crime. It looks -like a judgment." J nstice to the innocent compelled nie anacrUoa is based on the' reports ofun- maseuducai newtqiapers. rr - - A UKAMir-ifar rested in. New York State the.othec-day.ikclnrad. tlwaV rlie'd rather Tut she ssM no bitter word, west to work In- . -"'stead; 'Fed the babh cleaned the house, baked - Heard him patiently abuse house and men to have Lucy Kdwards taken into custody loaf around on -one meat pjday. lha so hjuu aa x uuki Aicuru uer vwnwiflf I wwre ill' si jmi iier inuauie . . , . . stoY- . . ' - -' 1 " 1t most make' a woman . feel ' mean to cue repeated the confession ehe lad tsUnniwa rliitn ,r ,r -.tv,,n..n made to nie, and the people were a second leUera, -upbraid her husband and then be time amazed. .... - ..,y I saved bvn.atontach-numn. : . r - XJ i : .-I.1 - . . r. 1 . I 1 r TRBTttB is something exceedingly melan choly in-, ue accounts which-are given of the jcustom of -courtship ia Greenland. Gencxallv women Ciller UDon. the blessed estate with more wiTTingncss and less so-, licitudc than men. The women of Gren- uarucs. luuiKsi xnrisian milliners use i " - n n.-iuim-iu uiib m. 1 1 . . . ., - ; , it both on fclt and- velvet bonnets, and it Greeulander, having xed- his alftitms-f "e to-mT.w and Uksc the nert day and Li-iM.'wm 1. j .rt I - . V ...... .: I the nexL"-said -Ursula jsome time afters j aaiu 11, will ws ueu lor iriniuilllgvos- 1 I" ichmw) iijiuiini iiv jwvai. n il,,, mn.ni. ,.r n.u ,, ir V, 1 book. " I shall have finished them all hv errta are thus far agreed the next proceed- f New Year's Diiy an4 be ready for a real. ing n4o--appoirl two' femal negotiarnrS KreK"lr P'ece. - . whose luty it ia Ut broach the atibieot to f . " "M c"ie piaysr the voiimr ladv. ThisJs a matlr ol' nrrat I s"Sne. ' - --, t - - ' -," J tact and delicacy. The lady, ambassadors do not shock the young lady to whom they are sent by any sndden of abmpt avowal of the awf ul subject of their-mission. ln stead, of lining this, they launch out in praises of. the gentleman, who seeks her ( v . ..l. i : . i k .'. . ... f on a finhinf. exe.nr.inn ... 7Vi.lo rk learn, too;" and Ursula's laugh was nlerry Iftelyjfcindled a fire against a tree and and long - " - ttben went to sleep. Tn the meantime the "Why do you laugh?"-asked Agnes-, her I burnt the trunkef the. tree and it fell lace nusning. , , i ""iii" aim, ; r " Because you are such a oosa." "Tt is not tieinff- a crnoKi to trv when Imans. mamma. anVf nrav " n . i noUxl. 11 IS father waa lfarmliAl - V jf ou at a goose, lor yon might Know mans a great cavalry soldier of the First -gau eouki -not do it Agnes- learning to Empire and most famous for a wonrlerfui. play by note!", and Ursula sank down- fhargeofhonieat Korquencourt. lie was among the cushions, almost upsetting in the saddle on the 10th of July, 1852, was mamma's astral on the'table. and laughed thrown in the, road and .hilled. . .On the u u uiy, iou( ma, sons jmmd ran strangely on that event' He talked about it all day In ther'-evenThg "he rode out, waa thrown and hilled tnvtire same man- ' ner. i-.-tv).- Tan Dundee AlvertiMex -rMblishea an Mem of some interest to numismatnln. - i.t. Woafler'd bdV she did so' much sU for love's !y cbnfeaa'd aU his pasvmis- her fojisnfcMl he said? "Wine, now I see . - - fum do tadrvThi one day than. I could do in - i i jht'T'l ' " " fxr ' CWHaWsB Union. - -V "ST0BI OF A WILL. - -r wrs sT wis horse and k tiled !" I -ii:papaf iust hiaoed, as I a. vae morning .in rei- lin, t: aAaft , -a 'Certain . . Ua Jhiiiiiy -morning, An Scp ' lcujc watP wrg-iAragraph went on to .i.sy that oJSaaeadav snorning Htenhen 1 1 l. .l,i T.l e -i - i.-.i a Tri -1 II J ii.i ni.Ti -ww m. nnu , ot lasarsutteiiirofBr T .nwrKi m son, en we roau, i appcaranoes indi tfarown from his I kirlssi aw Tuesday night on his . ..... . w way nooae rrom me latter place. "jTkw-ileniarei'V.I.said 40 myself, tt wa oniy me aav Delore yeslerua y that 1 wauraiK witiy ana it was signed, and ?" t w ft BBsm a J Itere iuyny nftiee. How singular! ' 5l"edJh"t night!", T3Carda xas a somewhat singular rvfan. I knew that he changed his mind . often, fori had ..drawn several wills for him. "In this last, one, which I now very I jail. -, . j . . , tc reniamed'- hBhuKl Jj seo n any new facts could be learned, and it is singular that the Dunstable and Coraner,. with their prisoner, nao ucen gone halt an hour be fore I thought of the will. Then I sought tne two countrymen wno had discovered the body of Mr. Edwards, and asked : "Were -there any indications that he had been robbed V Yes." they both replied. "The Dockets were turned wrong side out." "WhaU Was the inside pocket of his coat turned wreng side out?'' ""Yes, and a little memorandum-book lay on nie ground nearly covered with dust." ; Did yon sec anything that looked like a win a goou-sizeu paper?" " No. nothing but the memorandum- book-.. It had a little money inside. recognize him since Tiis release from prison, -and who.had even telkexlNa order ing him to leave the commuuity. now hastened to take him by, the Jiand ami say that they had never believed him guilty, and had constantly predicted mat time would bring his vindication. . Boss was soon placed in possession- of his fortune, but he was so generous aa -to make every effort to obtain the release of his unnatural cousin, saying ha was de termined to provide so liberally for her that she should not miss, the estate she had so justly forfeited.- - ; the singular gtrl, however, who seemed a strange mixture of -cunning anoTatapid- iLy, once more a-ibomsiicu cverynoay h escaping from jail one night, af)er. Which she set fire to- the did honiesK-srP-iwhieh was happily extinguished in good, time then diapieared from the neighborhood, We and was never hcisrd from airaiu. a tne jross-iuaas, rr " J rJ' J"" " b WeHiBgton,wasf -- , , , within naif a mile I -HeT vas a new and singular feature of INUUSTKIAL. Tis atraaa-e that Iremataa mail. , Though fifty swaia have bomaKe patdt't ' " The reason you " have told," says Fanny, Yon have just forty-nnW too many? " 'J A at Rvln'glrt Easton. Pa. has had a fly n her ear for ten months." Here is a woman wno neson, anowa what a man sumutiiucs suJlias from a onstaut buzz ing. " , ,. 1 -Camfobnia nays a. bounty of. fifteen cents for squirrel scalps, and California gins norrow snoi-gnns, imy a dollar's worth of ammunition -and go out and kill -rrtlie hired, man, . , . . . .Tub times . are- hard, but the-rkiuthern" papers are nobly retaining their indapend. dence. Says the Sjivajiqidi, Newt: "A twenty ffve cermeron and a dollar notice! ascBD HBen.-' - - - , -Wni; comewir Aborgirics" stern ly demands the Baltimore Sua. -ft'siev'i enough to V4L wlutre they are going.' Tliey are paddling outjuto. tne vast unknown, - tmfieS also. The designs are much finer man tnose or tne yak. ami - wool guipures now worn. This creamy white lace seems to have entirely superseded black lace, as the latter is 'not seen on imjiorted hats. 'The new Ornaments for' bonnets are of red gold" and silver, ami are warranted not toAarnish. - tliey eDnsHc-or tons; massive brooches of the gold, with small tlorinted silver desinns uuon them, and of buckles of various sliapcs in open filigree silver ana goto, anu ncniy ciiasea m meditevat patterns. ... Mora .prominent .than these, however, are the gold and silver iralloons. braid and, soutache that were introduced late last winter. These are of various widths, from an inch down ta-fhn merest cord. The wide galloon is loosely- .woaen in Panama braiding, and isused for bind ing arm crown bands. Narrower gilt, or silver braids are set above the edge of the crown,iq ow it This rrmming iiiiikca the bonnet very heavy, and, notwitlwtantt ing it is nner and more artistic than any glided ' ornaments' before" offefeVI' for bonnets, it -is a matter of douht how H Will plaasn American ladies. -The leading milliners will use it very sparingly. Jet ornaments are entirely .out of fashion. The1 fancy for. wings, breasts and birds ls-very-evtueni in tne new importations. The-merlever blackbird, seems to be the favorite, and especially we merle bronze; a i.ra.illan bbMJtblVwiuei4atot black but has blue and, .-inonza chadea- an its Wings and back. The entire bird is used and is mounted on wires and springs that permit Bid" head and wings to be moved about in the mnst natural manner. Tlie upon some femato, Tacquainl his pnreBtsJ tne nex-suu ursuisome time aHersp'. pTesnieu' mat money was n.u, LmiuiiiiK w uiv .11 mi, . , " J'.. 1 uinw.ai li i larrafc HjiwimeD Known ol tun local mint is avnnlnnA itvef hulrnennv of King Itobert II., in very good nreaervav tion. It is thejlj(ne,uUhat reign known to be in existence, and is, further,- tire-only still existing" recal halfnennir coined jit Dundee in any reign. The coin is not much larger than a herring scale and only weighs seven grains, ' Tub authorities of St. Petersburg are engaged in active measures for a more " Yes. something like hers." " By New Year's? - How many days is liat! - , , ... : " Oh, lots of days : I do not know how. manv " , .i - . . " Why, I've only lour exercises learned, e hand. ThWsiicak orthe splendor of h !: ' bouse, -thesnmptUousness of hisfurnitui.TFf.U , : ,a r -I-"' t"16'.8?; being that, in this respect, the - Of his-conra and sRHl-lu catching! " Well, I told you so, Goose; I knew you I great Russian my troianlia i is fi , behind seals and other accomplishments. Th c0"1". not le?raJm . . most oie cities ot Jiurope.; Several ? lady, pretending to be aUjpnJed even at . "Cannot leanr?" thought Agnes, turning plans hav already been proposed by emi- A tliese remote hhit runs'away, tearing the awJN "cannot tearn . If Ursula can. nent engineers for removing tbe vast ac-1 S. ringlets oT her hair asrsTifetires, while leam tliem by New Year so can I, if I do, euoiulations of sewage beyond the circuit. the ambassadresses, havrhg- gnf tHecon-: as mamma says, persevere;" and she ran of the effy, both- on the hydraulic and , : aenbf hernarenui, pursiMT lr,-l her " l5e PfP " JT-PrJl Pneul&,IfclP,e; w none of these ' by torce le the houe ol her -destined bus- rvt--j !' , j KC Kl ., up, owing- bandahd there leave her. Qpmtielleii to rat- Ursula had said that she could not to Uie magnitude otthe iMdertakang and remain there, she sits for days with dis-1 learn. .- ...- - . . . . .e .Acuities wtTTcirarelitely to be met . heveled hair, silent and detected, refusing T Ursuja began on the exercise 01 the wnn on sucnswanqiy soil as that upon ' every kind of snstenance, till at last, if ." f " sue said w ner- wnicn ot. xpiorsourg is built. tw. kind entreaties do-not prevail, she is c-lselfi stopping; after" Hw first few notes tot come these the best engineering sk ill will, nelled hv force and even hv blows, toaith-1 see if me eereise did not look like Ln-j be required, and-the cost of construction mil k. nt wi..r, . Iu ,,o ... I cille scales : "lean learn it in a mrnut"4 will necessarily be great c . the case. Where was the will? Had lioss rxlwanls been so stupid as to take it with him after com milting the murder to make sure of it? If so il conld probably be found in the room he occupied at the tav ern, or even on his person, and that would be a piece of evidence that would establish his guilt beyond all doubt Ah, how short-sighted men are when they commit crime," f mused. "Even the shrewdest of criminals are sure to leave some ckrw." I hastened back to Wellington "and Tub manufacture Of glove is among the growinc industries of San Francisco. Two large manufactories .are employing several Hundred persons, many of them . . ' , . . , , , - , l "... I 1 .J 11 1. 'I-. DMIIini Mil, Mil. 1 . J 111. hi - -V I".? HVtrW StchliaP homely gray swallow is , also- Matted nd ; wnlsgy. ' ' ii . . I used for ornament : also heads of snottiii ir a, mwi iriunr ui DC msn ami snow ' hu -httlenesM mpbaicilry rlecTared should be' the last I found Mr. Brush. he bad lafaiaTsahed the bulk of his wealth I . "Did you search him?" I asked. " Yes," he replied. " I Uok all his ef fects knife. dIdc. tobacco and a Docket- dajBgliasr to snake thewilt valid.-" He did book with fifteen dollars and twenty cents nu winy, .iiu ww no pan 01 my I ill it. Diareons. with- their cunmnir-starinfr eves he Wltf butlrt his gardenl and tonir mmuileil nirjak ara an:uA of lh ,uit-c c if ii unii, no ficrgBiavr's cow can i oreasis oi uie pigeons, pheasants and pea more than liHik over it ami (col hccjnoulhl ronks. -Jork' nlmiwf. - of d.-nil ,rrern being young girls, who tarn a handsome water at sight of tho cabbages. l'droil I slimles are mounted in thick ruches, king inniini. Il...,..l.,. jVrU'fvu. -' ' ' 1-1... 1 ! , I 7-7 .1 fl aUu..uv. mu i-iij . - - ... Lciumeicu piiiuics anu iu iHuiueauA., uiut. - A kovrt," afin'efflciehf 'abnaratns for Tmt Fomilnr Science Munlhtv wonders if lass around the crown and hang on each cutting veneer liu recently becnenntrived. animals have a sense of humor. It I side behind, i la ifercure. The arrange- liieru nas long neen in use, as is well j wouiun'i wonaer any alter nearmg me I mem oi ontiicn iciiiims it, mom eoi-eiuric. known, a machine for cutting venecrinL- liorse-laugh of an Oshkosli irirl when her They project outward from the hat and from round blocks, but it is essentially sweetheart gets -back from the lumber-1 upward on the crown, Instead of sweeping wooua. f. I4mv ttepuoucaa. , ! casus. I the Greenland women faint at the pro posals trf -marriage: in others thev fly" to the mountains and only returu when comH pelled to dofso by the Hunger and cold. If one cuts off her hair it is. a sign-she is determined to resist to death. , The Green- i i ; r.. I,. i. .. ..I ,.r i. .... t. . .. .T imi.i . i ij ii, uie n i (. ,j ii., iiiiniiiwu. doometi to a life of toil, drudgery and privation. '- v " " Forgot the Countersign. . ... . Wirn.lt the Sevenfy-flrst Nc'w York Reg iment was recently in camp on "the Rhode Island 'beach. ah amusing- incident oc- .cuitcU in conned iim 'with .the guanl, in which Col. Vose performed an iuwortant part. During the day visitors are illdwed SOH1,;uow' ". JJ' i. ..oo i....,..,i. n. lino. i,i,, ,i,d, I Bonilnenccu at nie nrsi nine ui siuiuui two or three more notes and. s, suip. ., Two fbasaitts, husband . ,and wife,. iinnuiniw e cAi.ii.im. unc . , fiauieu iwuy, live at i-iessis-sujj-Alarne tone;" and Ursula hummed a pretty little hear Paris, They have , little boy,- aired . ! .1' 1: 4tw ii MnHUh.M(UlU. 1 1. .1 - -V P . air, thinking how fine it Would- be could she ie4ay snob an air by note. -- . The first note ovet-again two. or three stumbling sounds, and Ursula had to stop to remember what she must do when (here were more notes man sne nan nngers, ana Is regret - that - exercise-maKers. ever or. ranged for a passing of thumbs, and cross- Ing ot nngers. . . " ff this is what it is, there is no easi ness about it, and I shall not learn it in a minute;" and she twisted around en the twisting frliuro-stool, and wished the prac tfee hour was ver. But knowing" Unit, somehow, she must get to Uie end she six. to whom they are uniformlv hmtal The other day the childbecamerwpary of life from being "Men'"lo6tTtn and, do.. I scendingtothecoirrt yirrd where a ferocious bull-dog was chained, he- approached the fc " " animal resolutely and said: ."Tom. do bt-1 yu want to eat me up ? The dog looked up and. . grewJeOa but elul not move.- join," said tne tittle one, "you must; , ;n eat n.-becanse papa beats uie too much; arid (hen J, promise you I am good to eat - See! 'I sliall not resist;" and be threw a s - V fx lible at the dog, wkopringing fiercely at the boy, threw'lilfrrtloflTf and fastened his teeth In-tlre eheiilder. At tliis instant . a neighbor lamped tbioughf thwiadowi.''i loul.nioieJ5M.-i- .., .... , j .-ti :: .i. 1...11 i Uoi, but after tmnsct no onefs allowed to JT . TiLTZSS Il " " .? i .V""" "v W tMuieaw4eaav binjr. athotjgh, knowing uio imiiiiy vgii, a uiMyiiiicicu a. II. i IsnlecaFeery VnlsliMresxIing the par agraph -relnting to Ui accident when Mr. . Bruslt, ttiuejmtable, stepped in. He was naeiyjeatnnan, was very excita :1te, and entertained a keen sense of the . solemnity of hisckities aa an offlcer. T. "'tU yea heard about Edwards r he ...asked. AM -.a - - - - . ' " I have jnst read of it," I replied. "It is a-ithin-r.' . i i ""ryell, there is. a suspicion of some- Wmsw4swaioutit." . t . Ahr5-flow so?" I asked. w Yon drew his win, didn't yon V 'Iduli, . ... .. rn taver of Ross " Vlfesv- -What's Wron ahnnt it." 'Why- 4iis astnrhter Lucy has come inaslown tMs-nioraing and got a warrant trui aa niaa lier eoomn HOBS on suspicion tJnf. BiBrdaw. .he say. that he knew that - the will was to be nvade in his favor that day r and as the old man had changed his mind so often, and might do iL.urn.in .h. belwvcwtkat be waylaid and tnurdened. ft.lt wiho maxojswaa the property. 1 ou., aiw auum-xim cauea n hard case. it's suspicious." w ."Jt Jooks.badI replied, t . It does iorVell. I have" the warrant UUSt trrtatr 'firi f am' going to ride out to tie ataoae-jLiius 'ana get mm. will jajss lsnni' isryerv and! would like you te-gi along. You might avittiiiBea. hat I rnaUdavtJ . ; irXm, I 'lh fjmtM ye," i 'aid. ' Wait just a muiaiev-i. r. f . I bai n harse, which I tcisa larliHext- aad htMled-aneeis fe w Jiftrutes Itr: Brash and I were galloping away over the conn- try toward we vross-ttoaas, a piace uat dillerent from the new device.. In the for mer the knife is parallel with the log, and in some kinds if wood the beauty of the grain is thus lost, while with the knife set at en angle it is preserved ; this latter is the merit of the new apparatus, which has a conical-shaped cutter like a pencil-sharpener, and commences cnuinsr at the end of the log, the log f eeding into the knife, or the knife to the log, on a lathe the veneering coming off Tu the shape of a No, Pi certain of that. I watched him LSr t - "' " 1 Nothinsr in thefihane of a will ?" " Had he any opportunity to throw any. thing awav after his arrest" - aa, 11 like a cat. "Then ret a search-warrant and we will go out to the Cross-Hoads and take a look at his room in the tavern." This Was -clone at once, and wa went the Cioss-ttoada that afternoon, when we made a careful examination of Ross TA. wards' room and every thinir m it. No will was found, nor did anv of his clothes snow mars oi oiooo. : . , He mnet harte more cunning tlian T gave him credit for," I remarked to Mr Brush as we mounted our horses to ride back to- Wellington. "Where can that will be?" . I still ju be resorted to, unless the new Within a month the- County Court was process of decarburization . is substituted-1 Isirilfta a. sMiurut4ir in session, anu ivosb j-u warns was inua Mu puniy muse lnienor pik irons wuicu xtitaxs .vnv;iin tv,.. si :t. r J . V 1 .1 . , - , I i.,t 1. 1 ii. I v-bk uui'A v iij. a -lIU., blldjnxil! II IE II fc. j i a' - Ul? wnnaineni.J "un" i i UUIR liucuon, anu uie a jriri, who was unexpectodlv in- ana inuiirnimun ui everyuouy ne was ac- I fuu"" u chdoui oe nruueui. 10 uie I ... r. . "t . quitted Not fiecnuse even the jury be- "cent through the eloplngitjitoobbjcr heved him innocent, but because the evi- P" ol fusion. ' fectionl, knocked the old man down, laid -s . .... i a. jubkh.u, says mat goods made en- " He is the luckiest murderer I ever I tirelt of cotton are callerl muriiui .nil beard of," I said to several brother attor- have the look of merino, owing to the neys, and they all agreed with me. woolly surface imparted to them. " Such Not long after Ross Edwards was set at goods are sold both In the United States nvsnj we aaugnter or the murdered man I ana- tn tne Spanish south American mar. Thk Bessenirer metal nrocess." in' dis pensing with the puddling process, and n utilizing the carbon contained- in tbe .pig iron to effect the fusion of the final metal, has given a vast extension to the amplica tion of cast steel fof railway bars, tires, boiler plates, eto- A drawback, however, to this method is, that it is limited in its application to superior brands of pig iron, containing much carbon and ne sulphur or phosphorus, which latter impurities are so destructive to the desired qualities of steel., .indeed, the puddling operation has -sun Hi oe resorted to, IJebly is said to be at work on some machinery with which he will soon ex lribit his great invention as a thing ac complisheil. This Is said of him, but there is a motor something in the public eye, ami people "can't see it". Thb Norristown Herald sneaks Up promptly and ys: "A Michigan stump speaker recently announced that ' the country is fast drifting into arnica.' We should think such, speeches would 'soon become a drug in the political market" It must be humiliating for "the Erie Railway, after handling nothing less than millions ru years, to Tje dragged, into a dispute witlr another railroad about a con temptible 30,000. It has been,, however, and there is almost a chance for a lawsuit. There is no greater work on the earth than that of developing everything in man, ol bringing it into harmony, of holding it back from wrong-doing and downward over the crown as they former ly did; even the longest .plumes are fas tened at one end of the stem only and" left to curl without being tacked in the miik die a fashion that may. do well -enongh-for autumn but will not last when stiff, winter breezes blow. Imagine two long plumes with the ends of the qtiills -fas-' tened low down on the back of the bon net and the entire plnmcs unfastened else where, but adjusted to pass up around the crown and lap in front ; or else three deini long plumes stuck upward on' end, curling over m the leftside of the crown; or a single Hereutio plume stuck low m the" back ot a Montagnard hat and left hang ing nearly to the waist 1 .. - ; Feathers will be most worn on the first autumn bonnets, but French flowers are too nearly perfect to be given up and will be warn- in the winter." -The temffe or ' clusters are very beautiful. They are most often placed just inside . the top of the bonnet, and 'occasionally "a few flow ers are added outside. The rose tmiffes cauea on me and said she desired to con test the will and wauld- place: the ease in my bands. She stated that her father was probably not in his right mind w hen he made his will ; that he often had peevish spells; that he frequently flew into apas- auuui, uuuiuig ; suu mat she bad done nothing whatever to offend him on the morning, that hftarted for Wellington keis in large qijanutiee, especially. in the icreases with the heat of the weather, and snowing,- oy ngures wnicn they assume to be incontestable, tliat Jtllys more prolific of arimes than any other month. If the theory is sound, the . present form of men's, undershirts and drawers To cause the cotton. to resemble wool II is scratched and the surface raised by a par ticular process. " A thread or two may be drawn out and burned In the flame of a taper ; if the material be .cotton it will consume to a light, impalpable white aih, cotton being a vegetable nber; but if, on , ,. , . ... " . cio uc CKlllCU vutoiuc 1 III P-?"-.Iorw? Ilneilenca- have already been describeu. Kose-biitU xie uiiuu a ureai mm ir wno uuiius a iivr-1 .1 i: .1 i. amid; but he builds a greater thing who ? Se calvx The 7h ano quaint light green of sage leaves is shown in much foliage. There are clusters of geranium leaves shaded from pale green to dusky brown. A great many moss-roses with buds are shown. Dark damask roses have the unnatural foliage of sage leaves. ' Fern and geranium leaves are together. ' Gray leave, with gilded veins,' are pretty though unnatural. ' Here 'are wreaths of flecked green and yellow leaves with some mossy velvet leaves, pine cones and ivy, caught together low behind by a great cardinal chrysanthemum, and next are wasaths of the green teaves of roses Clustering thickly.on the -rinesr while on the side are two soft crashed zoses in two fur- I shades of pink or. else one pink and one out-two brothers with a cistcni-oolc kicked. the hired man in the stomach and got away with her lover and "made the riffle." The statisticians are' again advancing their . wall-worn theory that crime. in nishes a capital test The summer has been-reniaiksbly cool, and ought there, fore, to show a very right crhnc record as past. wio. t.Z -t.. -i""' , " ...,wniisw wmjs icwuio umvi. uui ii, un i compuxea wun warmer years in the -n7.h "T,7. . . , 1 lne contrary, it is wool, and theretore an Will the flgure-men examine the facts and will that would disiahem her, animal fiber, it will twist and curl In the renort tea-rose, or Derhans one of cardinal color and another of the creamy feitrosc. . ' Felt round hats wilt be very mnworn in the autumn, when chin and straw be come too light. Tbe shapes are very large ftxjuej," worn, low down on Th fore. pass in or out of the lines wrtlruut giving Uie countersign. CoL Yose bad announced his intention to be severely rigid in deal ing with any sentinel Who sbould.disouey this order. Iluving-smted what the coun tersign for the night wmrtrrBeCiie pro ceeded to the holelr which is located out side the Hues. ' At a late Jiyitr he returned and, on arriving at the guard, he found he lmd forgotten the eTOiiiteraignr" 1-rewair clitdlcnged by the valiant sentinel. Private Flora, who, having the- fear of the guard house before his eyes, refused tu pass bis commander, ' although he' of course recog nized him. The comoral of "Hie guard for that post was called and he, too, proved inexorable. The Colonel was placed un der arrest, but befure he reached the guard house his memory assisted him, the magic word was iriven and he was properly "sa luted by the guard and allowed to pass to his quarters. Col. Vose- -wisely compli mented his faithful sentinels, although their action caused hjin personal incon. venience. . , . " - , , .., The following Is a sirftple mode of rendering water almost s cold as Ice without the use of ioet, Let the jar, pitch er or vessel used for -water be surrounded with one or more folds of coarse cotton Vent constantly wet. The evaporation of the water -n il! carry offthe-heet from the insiuu anu rouuee it. --so . uwkiuk In India and other tropkal regions where onee'tnore. emly to stop. the six tli note, all tn -contusion. child. ,-GAi.iu-'At states-. that a fatal accident - I " I don't like R." shecriiHl : " it is ugly 1 recently happened on one of. the. .passes. ,j- and hard; I '11 never learn it, I'm sure;" and near Monte 'Rosa. '""After "a'period of she glanced at the hour. " If I could skip storms clear weather set Inland three sept - ""- this I toulrf get tin with the rest, but this a rate parties of tourists, with their guides,, . 4 is a humbug and nothing else;' and she -met on thcighcatlioint of the Triftjoch. 7 turned over'lhe. leaves .aiKl wondered htrw where they lunched together and lingered .. !J long it wohW take to play. like Lucille, -. Ut enjoy the splnnrliil iow of Ihe'peaks, So" the hour passed by and Ursula for covered with eoow, freshly fallen. .One A that day was'clone and Agnes screwed the of the guides, named Antillc, wished to stool a little higher and began her prac- return to his hsuie, and joined-the party ' "'"' 1tce, wondering, in spite of herself as she which descended toward Zirval.s He waa.. . looked at uie puzatling aouv ana lines, ii not aitacnea to tne omers ty a rope and, -. ,., 1 T 1.1. . ll... 1 -.,.. 1 .. waa t-;.'1. I wKon ballLfliUf J.,-m bla flw. .lirl nn ' the melting snow and he-fell, from rock to ; ? poek, to the 'bottom of the immense ravine. . , His comrades hastened to his rescue, bnt" tliey only found his remains, horribly mar- . gled.which were eventually removed to Zer- riteatlilv one note followed itnother; the I matt Anrtue was mucn esteem ea as it could lie possible that Ursula was right and that she could not learrr. - "It is hard,"- she thought, as sli tried and failed and tried again; ."hard, but nice too, and mamma says that almost ev erything is hard at nrst." line when finished was re begun with the right band, thea) with the left, then both together. - - ... ., t. Agnes, was tired. . Mamma savs we must not mind being tired if we want to learn," she- thought,- as she rested her- fingers and then went on again .steady as the . tick . of . the parlor clock; note-at a time, line after line, till the little lingers ached and the head was weary, and the exercise at the end of the -time w a. done.-- .Ursula was sleeping one day, ana just .woke in time to hear, pretty clear notes. and, knowing Lucille was away, started up guide and had married only (wo mouths , - ago. The visitors in the neighborhood are making a collection far his widow.- ," ' Swallowljifc CfilvU, - Dr. Grans, one of the eftitoA of HaWt Jimrnul of Health, who is himself an edu cated physician nod surgeon, while on a " riulroad. -train the ether day was consulted by one of the employes on the cars in rela--tion to his little boy, who had that morning, swallowed a cent. ' t ""What hare you done for him,"' asked tne doctor. ''we. gave mm aouse or ice cannot be prouucea . mis. meuiou, Amies, a little finger-sore and a good castor oil."- was the reply. .i Good prac-. -proceeding is common. " " , 1 dasl tired, finishing her hour. tice so far: as soon as you reach home ' ' I " What are you trying that for?" asked --s A Frenchman 'named' Georges has Ursula, coming closer "why, It's away been for many years experimenting on mc guead tn the boo vution of fish. .At length he has in vented a fluid which appears to be exact ly what is desired . Yarieus.kinds of fish were placed in a bath of the solution for two hours, then put in a cellar, and after si days were found in-atate"-of perfect preservation- Both:nao and color 'wen perfect. This invention js believed to be oi great vaiue. .. . , " It's ary lessen,'" replied Agnes, look. ive him the whites of three raw eggs . . . daily, let his diet be bread and milk and notta'a trmr." The directions Were fcrl towed faithfully, the whites of the eggs re-1 ft . ''CHffcAO&irilwayirfiterrerfng witfr'tlie' liberty of the citizen. It is seriously con tem plated by the Council of that city to prohibit smoking on the streot-caw, , . . .... ing up. .-, t peated every day ana tne nose ot pit at .3 Your lesson ?" and Ursula counted up I ntgut, and. on tne lourm aay me cent was aswcllassha could .in- her mind bow I discharged: 'It was one of the new cop- manv lessons sheovas behind., and, .xross as she could be, took up a book. "'Mesasieur will bring -a' real -tune far me-to-dav: it is New Year almost;" and I Mansienr came in to bring the "tune'! T . 1 . . , .. , ..i. - i., iw. .!.... anu IO give UIO lluua, jusn J mm, w catcu urauia s trosa uiawoi ouu w. dot Ursula's cross face, and said, upon seeing and hearing: "Practice brings pieces; tittle fingers castor oil. per coins and considerably corroded 'by the action of the) gastric juices.- Since 1 fatal reebttaotW feUenr the sweilowinj. of-a copper coin the "judicious treatment advised in this instance should be remeui- icredbv all who have the care of children. " The essential points to be borne in mind are simply these : Albumen, or the whites of eggs, a bland diet free from acids, and.