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lb.,, tin, Mi, It, loruj '0,r4 NUMBER 2. MACON,' MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. XOVEMBKR 30, I8S9. ap r MACON lumb XI. Dol ft E iRTEJ LAB TO LI THE .CH He a. v,3 here! New AM Bl FEU mm, n 'en bl., ,", ORTINl rr!f tiit ii t'aiii. i i nt FT lotisrrtiid' t cum. ' (1 a Frw t- si, i 1 reel, Nc mam DEBdun GCNUll iVT (JH 1 ICK'S HM .1111. 7P Inaltd tw .ll ell',' i ymlilM'l,. 120,1'hllt! IISKETKUl .r H'iMi FT fH mil, ,n HUlikiU tnnlrh't' i.n.rVtel de.Cinclnnu .V OKI"! r!itiii mi rI.Y to J, J1IM.1QV1 'lull"!!"1' SJH'l'lHlilli'' i'f (in aril1'' ro,,Ctnci!!5.f dqni.'Vt.T.t; TUTORS. V FRIT. 1, W ebiuM ntan?-liiPt! rn TfJfl"1 ;nu'iiiwtl,-i it Hum mi onst co iid vmq rH 75 :yRRENTTOK . unusually early l0f,tiyiPlOU'infr8,out ..distress- j, ssil t 1)0 largely ........inirton. "! l was a. -entry IM"1'"', '.. ' i.islifP. afr;" vi,tthe t- ii lire i. 1 ' in London. UrofW'"""" "' ... i1'" ... u.is country. bWWUrW lore Mo tlu'V hivn may B.housc. ' ' i.) folks in' A RARE DISEASE. Tape-Worm Ova Dovolopa In The Human Liver. ; The Orcnn Drained liy it Modem Httf. glrnl Operation. months tho that tho Lera-n kflVS. it' ss, r Parchin .ml Habj llVes- . ., monument swill"'-' , . CnihucereS. 11(l,,cvoniu'""-'' ISM wui. :S;:i:a,ioisnOW Uer salary n-" isliiii!.,l"n' . . ,,,, kith Mr. MUM"' , Ltnl service. ...I.e.. eighteen Cnncnt has expelled 3,000 Uelmpit'c r ..! ......hircs r . uatniL'btaro the I -.ray r' .ttUpniintl'V. r'iUl,J 1. Uo nm llllf I s- - . , IubsUfs for stcanisliip servicf, uh lYest Indies. lispropnrlnS (or tM" ' -pt-ndl- fc.00fl.00O lor a iH'i-t-M , supply in lidrainnK" s.Vs,,"ji. Lt (or chrysanthemums in fc is "mum. ' Mum is tlio word leuHnrl In Huston. Itket itwns" have come lroro !.n Enland "ni1 b('''11 I'' taniMins establishments. lnin; o! numerous . aliing the Xil "M reiliiera Ihisablo prico "I mummii's 10 l-rosp arc sopicni.v )'"' """ that it is no tru'k at all ror Iotas a gun to savo nis mrai Iiirv t. n. i oni.n-, " ,e ot llm Supremo Court of lakota, is only thivly-ona yoars IvdTiiN, Adams, Monroo, Anilrnw Van Huron, Tyler, l'ulk, Tay- lanan and Lincoln were all liorn j-B papers report the ileatli or rtson (Hailstone,, hrotlier ot wo ler, of whom .he was very fond 3iv of Brazil, en a peaco foot- fits of about l"i. effectives, Lust bo added the gendarmery r.OOOmen. fmperor or China, who married his will in ohedienco to his refuses to see either his Ir Ms wife. lucK, in consequence, ot rocont is lost the few hairs that woro hofhis skull, which is now as , a billiard ball. Finn am woman redo lourtoen ; dentist, had eighteen teeth .thout a (roan, and then walked rstohor sister's. Is for the, benefit of tho family late Kichard A. l'roetor, the pr, has recently been started in I'ytirant Allen and others. psmiiY Hayaiui has six chll- p cirls and two hoys. Miss f llavamhas presideil over his Id since her mntlier's death. N'pw York Sun protests viffor- imst tho suppression of stroot land organs, etc., which gavo in- Njoyment to thousands of peo- Hamimouk, Nov. 22. A raro anil orious disoaso, wliieh is known as hydatid cyst of tho liver, is Miir waU;hed with preat interest hy tho pro fessors, doctors and medical students ut tho city hospital. Tho patient is a Gorman, John F. HerHcnbruch, and ho is forty-four yoars of aro. His diseaso is duo to the ova of a peculiar kind of tape-worm which inhabits the dug and other animals. Tho ova finds its way into tho stomach of man In drinklna wator, tnenco it is carried to U10 livor by the blood vessels. Tho egg is about one-hundredth of an inch in diametor, and tho narts which de volop lt are found In tho water on tho ground and stick to tho smft J" V otubles, and thus it is possiblo inl"..'..'.! 1 vegetables uncooked to take these ova into tho body. Tho animal from these ova, however, Is not developed in man. Tho rpgH onco in tho stomach of man increase at an enormous rate. From tho stomach they aro absorbed by the blood vessels leading to tho liver. Hero tho ova form cysts, or little baps, around themselves, tiko tho caterpillar in its cocoon. When this cyst is taken into tho stomach of a dog it devel ops lito tho full-grown hydatid, which Is. mie-titarter of an inch in length, With a head ono-sixleenth of nn inch, furnished with numerous little hooks and suckers, liersetibnich was admitted to tho hospital in October 25, lhsfl. , was a laborer, nnd bad complained of a dull but severe pain ill tho right side last spring. Ho had wasted away and lost nearly forty pounds of flesh. The doctors in tho city hospital diagnosed his caso on Nowm ber 1. Vrof. Charles V. liovan, in tho presenco of Drs. .T. W. Chambers, Thomas S. Latimer, W. F. Smith and John Uninham, performed what has up to tho present time proved a very successful operation, rroi. he van made an incision in tho wall of tho right side of tho abdomen just below tho ribs, nnd about a gallon nnd a half of pus was taken from the man's liver. Tho method of removing the hydatid cysls is by means of draining the liver, which operation is of very modern surgical art. The pain of tlio patient before t lies operation was intense, the tumor in bis right sulo having extended ins liver nearly fifteen inches. The great pain seemed to leave him shortly after the operation, and he now appears to be re covering from bis terrible disease. It is a curious disease, and should the man recover the operation will be recorded In tho annals of surgery as one. of tho remarkable cases of this era. MOST HORRIBLE. tn rifclit (tn Hiurhrr Thrown Annttiet Into a tit ot Hulling v itrr. li.U.TIMone x0Vi 2H. Hrnrv lirunier. aged seventeen, a butcher t.mnW.vi.,1 at lohn WoitieFs butchorinff establish ment, died at 12:45 o'clock this morn- ing, from a severe scalding in a vat ol boiling water. John Fisher, anothei employe, is held by the polieo to answci the charge of throwing lirunier intc the vat. The story of tho assault as told hy lirunier, who spoke with difll cully, Is this: Fisher and lirunier were liotli employed at Weitzells. Vesterdas morning they got into a quarrel over a trifling matter, nnd later began to tight Ttey clinched, and threw each othei around tho slaughter-house, to the amiisemeht of tho other employes, fot Bomo time Fisher, who was older and stronger than lirunier, bad tho advam tago all the time, but tho latter stuck to him, and they fought like bulldogs. Fisher managed to get tho boy near a vat of boiling water, which is used to take bristles oil ot hogs, and pushed htm in. Tho boy's body from his neel to his knees was scalded in a most hor riblo manner. Tho lad's cries brought the other workmen to tho vat, and lie was soon pulled out, and a doctor sum moned. Ho suffered intense agony un til ho died itoth men had been friend! up to the lime ot the light. STREAM OF FLAME. Babo Roasted to Dealh Mother's Arms. in ita Larue l'nrtjr Frightfully lliirneit Nntiiral llhtie Suililcnly 1 11 velopine Them. by a Mkdicai. Si'i(iMis,liarton County, Mo., Nov. 25. Seven people wero terribly burned, one child fatally, in a most pe culiar accident yesterday afternoon. From one of tho wells which have beeu bored near the Springs for tho purposo of reaching a better supply of water, thoro Is a constant flow of natural gas. Tho proprietor has piped this gas and uses it for tho purposo 01 making a dis play to attract attention to tho Springs. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE jwrncy of nearly fi.OOO miles tho delegates to the congress irep Americas is probably tho railroad exploit in tho history rarld. "kk, Pennsylvania and other Mates are greatly complaining Mt heavy rains. This has been "est year in theso States for Sve years. pruilians did not wait for the wans to return from their con Washington and instruct them H to the government and cus- nelnited States. ""unrests that New Mexico 'Aewtirenada. As tho abbre- 'this name would be "N. 0.," ' wly that tho New Mexicans in with the suggestion. i?inal cost of tho Eiffel tower famed and reuahl to the stock- "id as they are to have half the 10 lor twenty years thev have to regret their venture. Mmi.i,An draft, nurchased from "woos-a hank last summor has JI in New York, raised to four oouars, it havintr been auo- i worked on a l'hlladolnhla st time afro a lady, the first of s'wuatea In medicine in Mox 'ln appronriata r.omnlimnnt.. Yiar ,;'ntsof thn othorsex (fot up "ur bull fisht in honor of the 11 s Ol.n of Ornnofi. whna nn efforts nn VnV,ii t tv J "id helpless, have made her "orshinher. isver lmn1 In i goes about the Btrects un- '"'Cior has stepped down and 'eimiy than hasDom Pedro. ',JTas made clear and easy " t'edro was the mm in liikn 86 01 it. Ho has cuffeiWI nn P' n4 la still respected and loved I T ... UKWitt TAI.nR first B. "ii lllnif nnlll.. . I I Itio -tiuin t,u an ux-vuttui "tin rahin in v-i. 1, nil iiiuuill, 1,1.11V "a, OnCO tinnd Kw Hannnl r headquarters i, B0nB to ruln I uhlio Bontlmcnt, how- luusea ami otnn -m r,. Urka .!.. . ... " un 10 presorvo it as W thing about the late Em- I "tll W19 hla TJ. TI Ll r tiU' Wlt hl8 nilme 18 r'S lieonoldn Knl.1... lllLlnnn I AftV n J. 1-,. t v 11. n ; 7 " ' uu i auia Lieooaaio IT1.01 R'ol Ooniaga. And "l nearly 8lxty-four years "IUU. the Nation, will soon be ' hacramento, Cal., in StevenB, late master Of tbd !l -r, ,n .M I'kn v j "utn l auiuu rui Kb. . bnin oharjre of the kZ rComPany In fit wento for Kstltlillslid liy Decree of the HniHlan (iovernlnent. Rio jANllilio, Nov. 2S.-Tho 1'rovis lonal (lovernnient has isstied a decree) establishing universal suffrage through out tho llopublic. The Provisional (iov ft,.,i,e,it. tins uroni ised to respect tho l'rincess' matrimonial contract, and also tho pensions conceded the poor by I'.in peror Pom Pedro. All I'.razilians able to read and write are entitled to vote at elections for Government officers. Ex change remains unaltered. It is said tho United States has recognized tho republic. The ltraz.il ian navy, under tho command of Karon Coruba and Vis count Maracua, has recognized tlio change of (lovnrment. 1 be Huron n.is sworn allegiance to the Uopnblic. Vis count Ouro l'reto, Chief of the deposed Imperial Ministry, has left, lirazil. '1 ho Kopublicnn flag is the old National colors, with the addition of twenty-one stars, representing the different States of tho new United Slates of Urazil. It is Inscribed with the words "Order nnd Progress." Government stamps now bear a blue globe, encircled uj n words, "ilopul.lio of the United States of Urazil." General Cool 110 nas n.-. u named Governor of the Province of .Mat too G rosso. Lieutenant-Colonel Jacques Oaritmo has been appointed Secretary to tho Chief of tho Government. General tranquility prevails. Tho Praz.lian 1 ar liament meets early in December to choose a President. BraalUan Affairs. Ilio Jankiicj, Nov. iiV-AlHhn pen sions granted by the Imperial Govern ment have been confirmed by tho Pro visional Government, anil an order has been issued that they he paid out of tho revenues. A decree will ho issued shortly making numerous changes in tho personnel of the Government olliceholders, and naming tho ofll- Cials who have been appointed to suc ceed those who will bo removed. The greater number of officials who served under tho Kinperor have announced their allegiance to the new Government, An ovation was given to the Ministers of Uruguay and the Argentine Kcpubiio last night upon their recognition of tho Kcpubiio. Clergy Warned by the Tope Vil'NNA. Nov. Tho Polilischo Correspondent learns that the Pope, as soon as ho learned of the change of Government, in lirazil, telegraphed to Monsignor Spolverini, in Rio de Janei ro, to instruct all tho Catholic liishops and lowei clergy to abstain from med dlingor participating in politics, liishops and clergy were only to demand of tho new Government, that they should, as in tho past, be allowed to peform their tehgious duties in liberty. Bloody Prison Rovolt. Tt'N'ls. Nov. 23. A revolt has occurred niiioni- the convicts in the I.a.vouluto nrimm. The urisoners succeeded freeinir themselves from their chains, ,! 1,1 nriii'iirimr firearms and other wearions. They then made a tierce at t.,,.lz ,m 1.1,0 iailers. who were unable to nnell the revolt, and troops were sum moned. Yhon thev arrived at the jail a desecrate fight look place, and many ot tho prisoners and soldiers were killed Not a Soul Escaped. Pi-.aiv. "K., Nov. 2:t.-The tug Fear less, of Coos bav, Captain James Hill ,. . r. V.,,l, Sl,it !ll. c immanuing. ran on o, 1. . i.. the mouth of Umpqua river Tuesday evening and went to pieces, not one of the crew or passengers, fifteen in all, escaping. She wason her return trip from Astoria, where sbo had to go to take a lot of Chinamen lately discharged from the canneries on Coos bay. rem tho pipes a natno ourns 10 me height of about ton feet. Yesterday af ternoon, when a largo crowd was pres ent, a party of roughs got into fight, and during tho melee the stand-pipe was thrown down, bringing tho perpendicular portion down with a crash. Tho gas fiaino was turown directly upon a party of women and children, burning several or tnem in a terrible manner. Mrs. Henry Vi Ulougtitiy was standing directly in front of the jet, with her one-year-old babo in her arms, when tho flame struck tho child lull in iho face, literally roasting it. Mrs. Willoughby was also fearfully burned, and is- not expected to recover. Tho child died almost instantly. Two other ladies and three children wero burned about the face, but not fatally. HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETOU t)lmr Apoilrsy, ATtcr Six Wk' Illne, III ItrtlHSt-l. HlirssKi.s, Nov. 2fi. Hon. George II, Pendleton, late U. S. Minister at lierlin, died in this city Sun day night. Mr. Pen dleton succumbed to astrokooT apoplexy. His death occurred in the Hotel lSello vuo, whero ho had been lying sick for six weeks. His two daughters were pres ent when bo died. The funeral services will be held in tho Protestant church on Wednesday next, The body will remain in tho church for several days, and will bo taken thence to America. Wasiunotom, Nov. 20. -The Depart montof Stiitn has been advised of the death of ox-Minister Pendleton at llrus se.ls and Secretary lllaino has sent telegram of condolence to his family. FOR THE DEFENSE. Defendants in tho Murder Trial Cro'-Jn Aitfm ptlnK to l'rov. n Aiin-n of Another loior. NORTH CAROLINA CYCLONE Letter from Stanley. Loniio.v, Nov. 25. A letter from Stan ley, dated South End of tho Victoria Nyatiza, September :!, has been received. In it tho explorer speaks of tho treach ery on tho part of tho rebels against Emin's government. "Far away, our own people, tempted by extreme wretch edness, sold our rifles and ammunition to our natural enemies, tho slave- traders." Stanley graphically relates tho details of his trip from tho wilds of tho interior to tho verge ot civilization llo tells of his own sickness and of tho enfeeblement and death of many of his force. Several fights with the famous dwarfs and other natives aro recounted. The dangers aro many and varied. Damaging Reports From the Isolated I1 trkts-I.lvcw Lost ami llouncs l.e,-ie. Kai.kioh, N. C, Nov. 20. News con tinues to como in hero regarding tho terriblo cyclone which, last Friday, swept through Crowan and Washington Counties, and which at Newbernc ut terly wrecked S. H. Gray's planing mills, killinrr two onoratives and caus ing a loss of 800,000 on tho mill. A let ter from Aurora says tho cyclone passeii throueh that section at noon trulay. At Campbell's Creek, six miles from Aurora, several houses wero blown down. Dick Phillips, colored, was killed, and also his five children and several others. A 11 through that section houses were dam aged. Telegraphic facilities are poor, and thoro may bo large loss of life, though buildings aro, as a rule, small. Child Boiled in Lard. Bfamax, Mo., Nov. 25. -While killing hogs at the farm of Lester Gaines, tho family had a largo kettle over the firo rendering lard. '1 lio two-year om uauy of Gaines was placed in charge of a lit tle colored boy, about eight years out. The boy had instructions to keep tho chilli awav from tho place where tno work was going on, but neglected tho little one, who climbed upon a pile of wood near the kettle, and losing Its balance fell into the boiling lard. It was dead before It could be taken out. Elison's Latest. New YoliK, Nov. 25. Mr. Edison has invented a battery cell which ho be lieves wll revolutionize the present bat terv system for telegraph and telephone work, and will obviate all tho trouble ,v crncjeil on wires bv wet weather. It is a simple zinc cell filled with a solu tion of caustic soda, produced by immer sion of sticks of caustic soda in water, It will not corrode, does not require domino', and will deliver ninety-eight of its potential energy to the circuit, Moat Terrible Death. Canton, Mass., Nov. 20.-,lames Carney died under peculiar circ stances. Ho was employed breaking cord in Kinsley's Iron and Machino Works, belonging to tho day gang. For somo reason Carney went to the oven Saturday afternoon without the knowl edge of his fellow-workingmen, and was dosed in when the day gang left work. T ie oven was not opened again until two o'clock Sunday morning, when tho gang discovered him. Carney was still alive, but unconscious. He was almost m idnti.lv linked. Ilis flesh was torn from his hands in efforts to free himself from his prison. He remained uncon scious until 110 Uieil muiu.i,y. Further News From Stanley. Loxdo.v, Nov. 2S Mr. Stanley, In a letter to tho Geographical Society, gives most interesting details concerning tho tr traversed bvhim. The Times says it'is assured by high authority that Stanley is not likely to reach home un til the'end of January, and that he will ... . 1:...,. M..,i,1,ncKi to probalily slay some mux give the benefit of his experience to Mackenzie, who is organizing the Gov ernment in British East Africa. "His hoped," says the Times, "that Stanley, af; a' rest, maybe induced to under take' the administration of the East African Government. Wo believe bo might be quite willing to become a liritish subject." Ciiio.nn, Nov. 80 -In the Crnnln caeltil mornlmi Kate M.'Cori.H.k, a .Isterof OnVer Whiilcn wire, testified that she was t f Sul livan's house on the niKht ot May , and that O Sulllvan was there at :) o'clock, when she wont out wllhher sister, and when she returned at 10:30 ho was tn bed. Alter her return she en to his room utter a ct, and spolie to turn. MulcahJ was in hod with O'Sulllviin. Und-r a sharp lire ot questions the witness . ,i ..m that while h was .ureThe was at O'SuUivan's Sunday n,Kht, the 6th ot May, she was not quite Hire that she was there on the preceding night, which wr.i the night ot the murder. Mrs Tom Whalen was the next witness, and corroborated the testimony given hy her "mU Tlanahv. a saloon-keeper at Clark street n,l Chieaco avenue, testified, that he relieved his bar-keener at 7 o'clock on the ntshlot May J anrt that Martin llurke, P. H. Nolan. Finan cial Secretary ot Camp so. end Pl,'lfk,,-?"""J were tn the suloon at ine iiiuu, " - remained three bourn. a,.t,. On the cross examination uir ; - -- oped that the Witness was a member of t. mp a The witness denied that he was out riding iLt n tfht until 11 :3 , nnd admitted ttiat he was Inn "ymg . .e's meals, and that he visited n pc some time Bo for the purpose of lo n,- around.'' lie denied that be hevor sent money to Hume ai i iiuin. " , ' admitted that he was taking nn active interest In the ease, and that he was treasurer ot the flefense fund. , , a William F. Conghlin. nn employe ot the city he 1 h department, teslltied tn c""' Banabv's testimony Unit he saw I , e m -e Bhy's saloon on ine evening -, -- - ' JolmF. O'Mnlley. a clerk In the North Town nse,sor's otnee, testified mm no Matt nanah.v's saloon on the evening of Ma. 4 wot, William Couirh in. O Malley corroborated Danahy'n evidence as to llnrke. n .lames Ivman, eitv contractor and member ot.hecWna.fleel.Can,,, . toM the t,jry ,f the meeting ot the faum Februarys, whin a commi.'eewas appointed to ';''; statement that tho report ot the lltiff.ilc , r ,1 commttieohad been rrematurely nta -lo pnb lo ln Dr. Crontn's Camp. W itness testified that ,"ter tbe resolution to appoint the committee wa,-,dopted,tt was deeidedtbat thai rrh..et omcer, Bpellman, of 1'eoria. ,...,in The calls in Camp 3ft for the report of a certain cnmmittee referred tothenuffalocommlt.ee, ana not to a committee i ot Camp J Ex-Congressman join, r . '""V, , during the session ir the court elulted nothing of speelul importance. I.yaeh. the dist icr, will be culled to morrow. u,l lt it believed l,u testimony will practically finish the ht ot wit nesses for the defense. There will certain, y not be more than one or two more. rillCAOO. Nov. at. -State's Attorney Longe. necker sat In his on'i- this n-.oriiiiit'si,iilii.-and satisfied with the result ot hi and i.ls eo-UPor-ers' erlorts In t.reseutmg the evidence a?ainst the five suspi-eis. "1 think we have established a ease that lias not been broken cown Inaslngh- instance,' he said to a reporter. "Those. Clan-na-llaei alibis did not help the defendants, in my op.n Ihe rebuttal the State will put some witnesses on the stand tint "111 Francis P. 1 p Brady, lswyer. mourners m u,e . n John S. Mullin. Senior fiuanllan of a former ("renin Omp, testified that they knew . n inner circle. noiiiniK"! ....Ifl.fl that (lleason. eoiioo,iu. with h III at a iicpun- lican club meeting at the Grand 1 aci - from about 7 to B o ciock on ... D1 lohn'nwver, member of the Ctan-na Gael, de cl red thai ho had never beard ot an inner Circle In the organization. On the cross-examination this passage occurred! "Now, this order had what was called an ex ecutive body?" 'Wore'vou ever permitted to know names ot the Executive body V" "No, sir." "That was secret from youv to erent extent compromise im-ir m"un. Tne defense did not tliesh us rase to-day, t, expected Kunze discovered last night that he -nv r,,! ,.,,.: on the South Side who could he'.o him out to some extent, and they will come In Mond-f and test fy. Tlien the btata will h.troduco Its rebuttal, which Judge I.onger.ecker said this morning would only oc- v.. i... of me Monday session. The surrcbuttal of t o defense is r.ot very gn at, and will be all In at the end ot .he morning session if Tuesday. On that afternoon or Wed nesday morning the arguments will begin. Distiller Lynch was not examined to-day, be ing III, and lt was decided by the defense to forepo his testimony. CiucARO. Not. 85. -In the Crnnln caso this morning Win. Merles, the milkman, woo nu teslltied for tho prosecution, was called tor me ,i,.iu., ,, ,lmittcd that he had told officers a day or two after Crontn's body had been found that he saw a buggy drivo up to the Carlson cottage, to which a bay horse with a white face was atiached, and that ho had told the officers lie did not know what day it wa. Hen Mcllride, an Ice dealer, Dyer Thompson, ,, n,.nr Tlimi.imnn. 1r.. his employes, teslltied thstO'Sullivan was several miles from Lake View on March 10, the time when Carlson ti sti fled he heard llurke tell O'SuIilvan he had rent- Mr. Forrest then said that the defense would rest its caso. Mr Foster, on behalf of defendant li'Tgs, moved to admit in evidence tho record of the ....linm in cam,, 2. Clan-na -flael. on ten- ruary s, when tho motion to investigate the reading of Iho report on ttie trial of the triangle in Dr. Cronin's camp was mauo aim c.i Mr. Forest objected, but tho Court admitted it as lo lleggs. The State then proceeded with Its testimony tn rebuttal. Police Captain Schnack was called. He testl. fled that Officer Crow never reported to him, either verbally or tn writing, in regard to any conversation with milkman Mertes. Alfred Kottncr testified that he had seen the witness, Peter Koch, who testified for the de- i,.nn in ih., emiiMiinV OI 1 ,n lOUKiin,,. The Slate's Attorney here announced that bo had no more witnesses, and. promising to con- nl,,.,n hi rebuttal to-morrow, mo vuui. oarned for the day. A VERY OLD RAILROAD. The Mohawk and Hudson, ftuilt In 1H'!B hy an Astor Company. One of the first railways, if not the first, in this country, was tho Mohawk ne.,1 Hudson, which was chartered oy an act of tho New York Legislature 17, lS'Jrt. intrusted was and the "Ause" HaWold Wants Peaoe. O.A.tt.KSTON.W. Va., Nov. 22.-"Anse Hatfield savs that ho wants po.,,-,-, . . .. that he is ready to settle his trouble with the McCoys and end ino veim. , v.., if let alone by the detectives, who, ho claims, are simply after blood money. Dark Day for Chicago. r . w 22.-At ten o'clock yes- tcrday morning tho J here caused a pan 01 ra'"" , tho city, making it almost as dark as night. A rumor about a tornado at l'oorin, 111., creatcQ a w-- Pnna Willing to Arbitrate. t M.-The Koelnischn tr..l,.n v,,lliir,ir (clerical) states that the " lilted his willingness to arbitrate the Irish question in case ho is ........ k the Knglish Govern- aSKOU IU uu nvi montor the Parnellites. Infant Burled; Alive. Wr.YMonit, Mass., Nov. 211.-Walter r. Prey, aged 22, a half idiot, killed the three-year-old son of Philip Fisher yes terday morning by burying him alive in the yard. Prey himself told of the deed and showed where the body was buried. Tho corpse was exhumed last evening. Prev will be examined in court to-mor row. Drowned ln the Pigeon River, v.... Tenn.. Nov. 2:!.-Mrs, A Promt, wife of a prominent, Cooko County citizen, was drowned in the I'i.reon river at Newport last night. i.n had started to ford the stream in a buggy, and was washed below the cross ing place, sinking within a few feet ot her husband. Talmage ln Greece. AnilNS, Greece. Nov. 2I!.-Dr. Tal mage Is here. He has secured a corner stone for his new Tabernacle from Mars Hill He preached there yesterday. Ilo interview with Premier 1 ri- coupi's yesterday, and will have an amli- rnce with yueen viga o, v.. - mpress Victoria, ot i.ormany, " re. P.. Imperiled Miners. ItCTTB, Mont,., Nov. 2,1. The fire which broke out in tho St. Lawrence mine has communicated to the Anacon da, and is now raging furiously. All hope of saving the men supposed to be In tho 800-foot level has been abandoned, and the mines have been bulkheaded in nn attempt to smother the flames. How many are missing can not be known un til tho roil of employes is called to , Then, are ft.OOO pounds of dy- llO'l ,,,,, . - . nnmite stored in the 500-foot level, and cb.ml.l this extilodo the cave-in would he terrible. New Jersey's Official Vote. Tiif.ntov, N. J., Nov. 2.V-T11P certt fled returns at hand of tho recent elec tion in this State show that the plural ity of Abbott (Dem.l for Governor is 14.2.V), which, with one exception, i un: largest plurality ever given in the State to any candidate. The exception was In Iho e rc on Ot lSUi, W Ili'll eoci 1 ,n- lier received 14.-V.I7 plurality. Prohibition vote was i,8.el. Killed by Electricity. -Frank .. ,..ua nv. Foster, who leaves a widow and three r, . ' ...,,..,1 to shut oil an elec- cuieiicn, -- ,. , t ii.rt.t with a wet iron n . ...1.. 1.111.,, I and was insianwy .m trio night, Natural Gas Explosion. .. .o A t',,.ctf,rv PiTTsnuiMiiM " iov' " T .1. (jlrfint. brick dwelling on P.raddock, Pa., was mow., w . tt o'clock this morning, by an explosion 0f natural gas. Two persons were 1, tally burned ana six m '"' ' in lured. The accident was caused by a leak in the niaim Killed by a woman. -... v.. Vov. 23. Stephen Pettns, secretary and treasurer of the llrooklvn I ..-.. ...1 Bhot and killed levated r.uiii'.i", "- - - ,ii,uvu . lnHim? Hannali souunvo,,.,. ---- result of repeated deception and persecution of tho wornwiby I'ottus. Rendered Desperate by Disease. NKw Vobk. Nov- HA-JmiM Smith, a Now York lelior-carue,,. . ... - . t... Jiecfi nnn run rnn-i " - WUuied to kill himself and his two babies. One cinm is u other dying. Maiietoi Keinstated. Tv..n. Vov. 22.-nispatchea from Samoa by way of Sidney. N. s. .. ZTZl agents issued proclamations recognising "" '" " tin. Fears of a famine in Samoa are - ended. unm.itrnn doing to Brazil. ' , Nov. SJ.-Yesterday ,t ..1... - - !, re. !-.-. V n t' XT Ifl'llill UM aitornoon v" . ,i al mills eetvnd a cableeram from Admiral Gi lis ' - . . a . I til n V nnutinclnir Ms lnum 7" from Monwviaw w Stanley Ba. oii Mr. MacKinnon, . m:"- S"V- ..ha Relief conimit atwpwapw ,.. r -e. or fiyo d V. .r'.eHalso states that there la an extension 01 .nA jaokaon. Z1 7, John U SnllLan aar. tha't ie to willing fnBnt Peter Tho total Perished ln an Aims-House. l!t cutout, Idaho, Nov. 20. The Ter ritorial asylum was destroyed by a firo yesterday morning, caused by a defect ive flue 'in the basement. Fifty-seven out of sixty-live inmates were rescued, while two' women and two pun aro known to have perished and four are yet missing and are supposed to have beeu burned. The building was partially, and the contents totally destroyed. '1 ho loss is estimated at ?:'.oo,000. Daughters Mysteriously Dying. Knoxvii.i.k, Tenn., Nov. 2.--.-)uito a sensation exists hero among the colored people over the arrest of Nelson Arm strong, one of their race. During the past three months three uiiiiniu.'n John Vance, near Strawberry Plains, have died suddenly and under peculiar circumstances. Armstrong has been ar rested, charged with poisoning them and is in jail. Kldnapad Heiress' Whereabouts. St Loris, Nov. 2.,. it is now ciaum u that Alico Jackman, the kidnaped heir ess, has not been at Normandy in a con vent, as was tnougni, ou .,... . night sho was taken out 01 urn .i""' of tho Good Sheperd sho was put on a train at llri.lgeton, a few miles west of St. Louis, and taken to uneago, mnw bIio now is. Budenbender'a Memory Pad. CiucAOO, Nov. 25,-Witness linden- bender, who sworn l ronin was .u ., I. a c-rav instead ot a wiuie uoiw, -J J r, , . , l,- lid ho saw tlio annual .wnij, tho electric light in iroi.u o, ui VI,lor Theater. 1 no ineaiec burned the l!0th of April and there was no electric light on the night of tho 4th of May. Building a Kaflway ln East Afiica. Lomion. Nov. 3(1. -Captain LugarJ n,i Mr Ceorgo Mackenzie have arrived nt Mombassa as representatives of tho liritish East Africa Company. Captain Lugaril will accompany the railway prospecting party which Mr. Mackenzie, starts to-day from Mombassa, and will lav down tho touto for a narrow-guagu railway of somo two hundred miles in length. . North Dakota's Second Senator. llisMAKCK, N. D., Nov. 20.-Lyman It. Casey was elected U. S. Senator to night on the first ballot, being the tenth bal lot taken on the second Senator. 'Iho vote at the end of the roll-call stood forty-two for Casey and thirty-two for 1.., ' the other votes scattered llOIHIMOl, among candidates. Before the vole was announced votes were changed to Casey until he had iifty-three. "Then you don't know wn"iner in,-v Inner circle or not." "No. sir." The State's attorney-That fl nil. Thedefense put State'sAtlornevLongenec er on the stand to prove that lleggs bad given him voluntary information concerning the cor respondence between himself and Spellman, of wh ehhe .the State', Attorney) had Pv.o,.sly known nothing, and Mr. Longenccker admitted fitich lobe iho fact. , . , Chief Hubbard was then called, and admitted that lleggs, after being arrested, had been v.s- itedhvhlm, and mey ,i .. ""'""". carding letters written to Ilcggs by Sp' l man m . ., ,o n,ief to his onire nnd to th particular' portion of the desk in which a large number of Wters were to be found and In Ce,eet out all letters that had sTiicir - .- - ,, ,,, ,hr.m to Ven received from ,-eoria linlge Ijongi neclcr. 'H CACO Nov. Sl.-ratrlck Dinan. livery .... ,' l,ee, erand owner of the famoi s while horse, was the first witness In the Cronm case t0Heytest',ficd that his horse was In a dime mu eonm in this city and had been for three week. This ho said, was the same horse that he l ad let Cougl.hn's triend have on the evening ot tso m"?V'r' n...,,,nnder of HoholtCn. N. J . 1 nen ifflui. 1. ; - ,Hed ttie wlinesi eii.iu. real estate ngent anu ,u.,i tn Hohoken for twen'y- tho exception ei m ni is-.s, aim May 21, !(, when be uvea in cii-i - ; that time he lived near the Vindsor Theater, n t, flat In which Dr. Cronin lived with the Co,. k 5nV On the evening of the murder the wit, ss was in Jeekel's cigar store, opposite Dr. Co r in s residence. He was positive that he was in the cigar slore at 7 o'cloclt. nnfl m.iv up. was called to that he was he had llveil nine years will, April Tho commissioners who wero witli the duty of organizing nrm.mnv met for tilt' PlU'POSU 111 tllO oIlicB of John Jacob Astor, in New York j City, July 29, 1S20. Ono of their lirt j official acts was to appoint Peter Flem- j ing chief engineer and send him to . Kno-land to examine as to the feasibility . of building a railroad. Mr. Flemings , salary was fixed at S1,M)0 a year, iho road first used horse power, and later on adopted steam for use in uay-uun-. 1 taining horses, nowover. m, It was not deemed safe to use steam after dark. At first the trains consisted of one car each, which, in its construc tion, closely resembled tlieoiu-iasi ,.,.-u stage coach. There was no conuueu.,. no bell-cord, and, in . ," " "' the innumerable attachments which be long to the railway train of to-day. The road connected the two towns of Albany and Schenectady, and was sev enteen miles in length, but that portion which was operated by steam was only fourteen miles in length, horses being ...i the Incline-Diane division from the top of one bill to the top of another. In those days the only brake used con sisted of a wooden wedge, which was drooped in between the wheels and the ..f ti.n triiek-fraine when tho en'i 01 1 , train was about to commence the d -scent of a grade. When it approached the station the station agent met it as it neared the platform, placed the wedge, in nsi,ion. and, when the time arrived for it, to start again on its trip, ho re moved it ami the train sped again on its course. , The first improvement on this brake consisted in placing a strip of leather . side of the wedge. On one side . ,, a hole in which a 01 tins sens' , 1. ,,nil!p. or other handle, w .......1 . .nvenieneo in operating the l"'"'" V. v....,-... increase,! and PERSONAL AND IMPcRoUpial. A young L,'y in Maine bad sixteen teeth extracted as one of her prepara tions for marriage. llalfour, who is called "the best hated man in England," is still young. Ilo was horn in ISIS and went to Parlia ment i" 1V4. The Prinoo of Wales recently re marked that ho liked the American game of poker but did not possess sutli cient nervous energy to play it with skill. Miss Elizabeth Oswalt, of Wabash, Ind., who became famous in 1882 for her enforced fast of seventy-five days, married lately. She is now strong healthy. Frederick Livingstone, aged cighty-elo-ht vears. and the oldest man in Petersboro, N. 11., is president of tho First National Bank In that town, and is found daily at his post of duty. An old man on the Vermont border, says the New York Herald, died the other day, and in his last hour he con fessed that ho had been a smuggler for forty sovon atraifrht years, anu nu beaten the Government out of tens of thousands of dollars. Mrs. Kate Richmond, who is at the head of tho Wisconsin Lead & Zinc. Company, is one of the most successful mining operators in the country. The company has a paid-up capital of $300, 000, and its entire business is personally supervised by Mrs. Richmond, whoso good judgment and shrewdness in min ing transactions are admitted. Miss Emily Florence Chartres, of Manchester, Eng., is undoiimeuiy a uu dler of great skill. Sho not only ob tained tho gold medal lor vioun piay," in tho Royal Academy of Music compe tition, but sho has also neon ere licentiate of the Royal Academy of Mu sic, and also an associate of Trinity Col lego, London. This is tho first time that either of theso honors has been ob tained by a woman for violin playing. Mrs. Ann Journeay, who celebrated her ninety-sixth birthday anniversary recently at her homo inTottenvillo, S. I., is the widow of Major Journeay, who was a veteran of the war of 18.12. She has ro- sided on Staten Island all her lite, anu has not been to New York or on a rail road train In over twenty-five years. She is still quito active, and is able to read and write without using glasses. Lord Fitzgerald, tho law lord whoso dealh has Inst occurred in Duhin, was really sacrificed to his well-known po liteness. The immediate cause of death was fever, which developed out of a se rious cold contracted by him in a rail way carriage while traveling from Dub lin' to Killiney. Two ladies, strangers, were his fellow-travelers. They desired to havo both windows kept open, and Lord Fitzgerald's politeness compelled him to acquiesce. In the draught he caught cold which hastened his end. A LITTLE NONSENSE." to Orange Growen Consolidate. Ma.. Nov. 23.-FraC' JACKS"." ll.-.-, ' , ...i,,..!,,, tically all tho orange growers 0 1 I n ida . "? "Lndated with tho Florida 1 nut n... nrrnnm-nielltS WCIO Exr".',l. Out of theestl- compiewu. ; tnn.oiK) boxes mated crop 01 i, ', hn ll:in. this year, at least i,.,,,,.,.,, .. ... 1. .1... Ve1inm?C. rjlea tnrougii u, r,r. Murderer Convicted .. T,. v. ss. William IwHe'and iu-n attempted Btiic.de his who, .,. convicted of about two monma n murdor in the nrst, uen'j Nkwaiik Red and White on a Par. rc. J.. Nov. . 1 " Wont' a;,.V.".V Msslonary Con- ana inu, a solution .1 L.onH 1 ntirM.li v. as aro givcntdiejvm v....----Tm,,hi in Uruguay. Nov. 23. -Via Oalvea to-Tho V in inDePS of tho Ministry havo tendered their resignations. It to bavo W"""" . t, ls dlie to a dt reported that tW . p(W UUte wntcn nas ; Identandthe Minister of War. of A Preacher's Vengeance Knoxvii.i.k, Tenn., Nov. 25. -Rev. M. Little, of Ellzabetliton, snot u. ity' through the neck, inflicting fatal In juries. The minister claims that Hydcr .... 3 i....M .,n,ln. nrnmisn n( ruined nis uuuginv, c- -- --- marriago and refused to compiy w,u, his agreement. Sudden Deajth of an Old Soldier. Pm.ii. 111.. Nov. 2.',. A man sup- nosed to bo John llntuber, an old soldier . . ., S A If A ...1 utwt. and a memnor 01 m n. " r!nlv at, the Lakeview lloi-ei yesieruay No ono seems to know him and heart failuro was tho protuiuio cause u, . death. Great Gales ln Albloa. LoNimX. Nov. 20.-A gale prevails along the southwest coast of England. Much damago has been done by tho wind. Topograph wires have boon blown ,i.. nnd many trees havo been uproot ed. A number of minor casualties havo boen reported. To Memorialize Congress. New Yoiik, Nov. 20. -Tho Knights of r t.e Vmriiiora Alliance and American t.-,i,.rai1on will unit" in a memorial to Comrress requesting tho passage of a bill restricting immigration, ln tho in terest of tho eight-hour-law. Break 'Twlt Qermany and the Vatican. London, Nov. aft. The Pall Mall Gazette states that a virtual .upm..- ..... -citrred in tho relations between uci many and tho Vatican. Fatal Wreck ln Iowa. Font DoiNiK, la., Nov. '.'O.-There was i..,,i ..reeV vestei'dav on tho Iowa ten- trai at Applinton. Two men wero killed. Tho wreck occurred seven m here. Abducted Heiress Found. St. Lotus, Nov. 5tl. Miss Jackman, the abducted heiress, has been found at Qi.incy, 111. Sho was hidden away by relatives of hor guardian. Opened by King Humbert. Rome, Nov. an.-Tho Italian Par la ment waB opened yesterday by King Humbert in person. in. i,,. tnen ronttnued: "I saw Dr. rron nnd another man come from the house -I.. . ,ii..v. The driver st ar'ed for "e horse, while the doctor started toward. .Ihe .;: i, itone lino wno caiira sm lltlT'CI Ml 1118 1 dnetor liirn.d. around kept going towards ine uuksj. went to tne norse horse, went to the hug n the west slue; men Pr, for but still Then the driver nnd unhitched the nnd got in; and sat Dr. Cronin got In; he was talking to this man all mo wane,,. otZdoandthcntheydovrn and went The witness also testified that I)r. Cronin . V1: . . . " ,, , be a small chest or box. 5 w as sVimding at .he door .f this cigar store looking at the horse for about fifteen "-""irrr,:; v hat tr thL'""r: . .neekted btot. with dark legs. The horse, which I saw yesterdn, the dime J . ..... ,ne horse that drove Dr. :;St!:i I III take Dr! C'ron.n away on the night o. snee lled gray. ' -" ' - n.,t,.K-ance. AS DUSlliess cars were added, it was found impossi ,.. rr the enrrineer to see all the cars of his train, so as to determine if they ,vinff alonp- in proper shape, so a -.1 was nlaced on top of the first car hack of the engine, who kept bis eye on tbeentirc train, and notified the engineer ... ...., when be msrovercu i-".r lo mop - , , ,,, particular car bobbed ia indicate that it- was ell the traek.-hail- wav Age, PRIMITIVE of TELEGRAPHY. , cress-examined, but nothing legs ot this horse ore win e. The wilness was cress-ex Stol'eapert. tesiified that there wu ne mcan. of certainly distinguishing human hair from that of any other hair. Court then adjourned until ,0'mor";' ,,, i-,.,ca,o Nov 5-s.-lludenhender.tho witness from H Sken N. J.. who yesterday testified that ltwai not a white horse which took Dr. !.,.. a under arrest Lr.".""n " ,r ,'e ,hl. altemoon Officer tmdvtlleTwtth his TnXTe of Clerk and Michigan streets golt g o the biaie Aiiuiin , . - mnA Mr Vor. ... .nwi.. i,,r lie uciciifn, o. - Ol mo ""i"lJ. ,hA nrisnner rest's clerk, endoavore o ... - bwiit. A erowd soon ooueciru, -wT'satelylanded In .heS.a.e's A or ey cmee As he was '' Mr. Touched a live Electrlo Wire. n,.,i'yn!, R. I.. Nov. 2.1.- Timothy McCarthy, an electrlo lighting lineman. fouled live wires at bo.hu .i,. " College streets, and was instantly kill ed. His body hung on the wires, and had to bo taken down by means of Blad der. Ho was thirty years old and un married. Pr. Peters Safe. Tifoi ,v. Nov. 25. Tho Gorman Consul at Zanzibar confirms the report of tho m - .... 't-. ,. vAtl, flee. aafoty or lr. i-oiers. w ..v.... man Gazctto ha, advices lo the ame effoct. It a a Blower. OiKimv Vai.k, Kas., Nov. 2(1. -Tho gas well which was struck in this city last week was tested yeste.day, and proves as strong as when first reported, making- a blazo thirty feet in height. Work will at onco bo begun digging oth it wolls in the vicinity.' Awful Ocean Disaster. Const antinoplr, Nov. 20. -The Turk Ish journal Laadet has received reports that the steamship India, with five hun dred Mohammedan Pilgrims on board, has sunk in the -Egean Sea. The cap tain and two pasaeugors alone aurylvo. Messengel -Clerk in .he ofilee of the Clerk otthe Ohio Senate at coiumua . ..., Mr . . .L , ,h afternoon session Mr. TiZZlcl asked that the jury be ;xclu,W from Ihe room. When this was done he ... ,.,,.r nhoiit the taking ot wit- e.hV dcr on a ferthw.th subpena to the Slate's Attorney's efilce during .he court recess A lengthy wrangle between counsel fob recess. A eng. y d0 .:',"U;' "r,7d 8;hnena upon Mrs. Hoer- W to get her to Mr. Forrest's office to ,w. .ura her.anu that she refused to go, but ., ,. renresentation that It was the State s Attorney who wished to see her. k., .v.. ,.n,AA that the Budenbendet b! was not oneot contempt of court, but Moressed an opinion that lt wB n outrage on J,"rr.onri llbert, ol Budenbender to take i m as if he ws. a prisoner on a nere J luopen. Z ZXSZZietU ot tb. defense ,-.-. V.U-. Means ori lresaim Olaf Searlo sat in his office discussing many interesting topics in ... teresting way. A cam was . . desk on which appeared iiii- ,i,n no,.,e of ascanuinaviai. Kl'll,ieiii- , tl-i , Mr Searlo was asUed wnai, u.o meant. Ho replied: "It is a Norwegian wrt. 1.200 years old at least. In those davs, when the coasts of Norway we. o ravaged by pirates, tho Inhabitants had o resort to all sorts of devices to warn ... - ji..4.1B(. nt tho amrtuoh ot IhOSO ul aunidi'"1 theso piratical craft. When ono was seen on tho horizon a man we, i . , ... the top of a mountain, where he lighted beacon fire, i ins on, - l0g distance, and was k warning. nen u - - inco another nro was - other hill, nntu an u" y fires blazed from every n.u- op. people prepared to defend them- selves. , ,.. "They also had a rysicm o. ...ir, .. 11 1. . Hrst slo-hted the gers. ino n,i. " sail would take an arrow and n4lt to his neighbors. From town to von.. ..... arrow was Bent until all were warned ...nro rather pr.innivo .....- xuuao "v.- ----- . ,1,,.. telegraphing, but wero v,a, - in the course of twenty-four hot rs all . I te nnnrnach of nlrateS. K ,,.wnT Kill,,, vji ..t.-i-i-- n,u..i.- of snreading tho news was called'-itiidstlkken,1 and tho word is ex- tensively used as a namu io, -r .1. entrv."-St. Paul Globe. in iiiw U4V wv A man in Philadelphia fell from the. xvi... .... of a bu Iding, BtrucK i,eau foremost in a pile ol m mm hut. tin num. 3 Zm doUof hlVnostrilMhatho felt 1111 ' . . tbrom.li an ex- aS If hO hllll JUSV pene "..v..,-- -- - citing Presidential campaign at the head of tho ticket.--isornr-ion -- -Policeman "Do you have to take care of thedog?" Nurse girl-"No. Themissns says I'm too young and inexperienced. I only look after the children." Life. Lawyer "The ante-mortem state ment says-" Judge-"Hold on, now' We don't care any thing about what Aunty Mortem or Undo Mortem says. What did tho deceased say himself?" -Miss Salina - "Yes, I admit Mr. riumpley is rather plain, but it's a sort of faco that grows upon you." The Major "Indade: vve.i, lmsuiu no...., the sort av face Oi want to grow upon rae!" Funny Folks. Mr. P.enehow "I have the most wonderful pointer in the world. Why, that dog will point a picture, and ho is i,. intollhrent that ho will put on his own blanket." Jones-"Well, that is bright, but I vc got one wno win .-.. him. Why, my dog will point a moral and adorn a tail. 'lime. Mrs. Growler-"! here was a tramp around here this afternoon ana ne soarcu mo nearly to death. " .Mr. i.row ,ei- "What did vou do to get mm i k away"" Mrs. Growler "I gave him ono of my apple pies and I saw him eating it as ho went down tne io,c.. . . . come back." Mr. Growler-'Toor fel low'." -Frog (to elephant) - "How far can m, iumn. vou big lummix?" Elephant 1-"I can't jump at all, froggy woggy Fror? (hoisting his shouidersi unlucky. When I see an enemy ap. preaching, with a few jumps 1 ru out ol danger." Elephant-"When I see an enemy approaching I don't have to jump. "-Harper's Bazar. "Pat. you must he an eariy riser, i always find you at work the first thing in tho morning." "Indade an' Ol am, sor It's a family thrait, Oi do be think-in- " "Then vour father Is an early riser, too, eh?" "Me feyther, is it? Faix, an' ho roises that early that et he'd go to bed a little later he'd mate him self gettin' up in the mornin-. '-Richmond Dispatch. "Is this the road to Camden?' asked a gentleman of a boy sitting on the doorstep of a little house by the way sido. "What? asKeo. u,u uoj. an hastily appeared at the door and u i . .n of shorn rcDroof: "lnoro saiu, in 1 1 . , vou go again wnu Why 'You're what, Iral didn't you say 'ma am w gentleman, as I've toia you v.... agin? I never can learn you manners. Exchange. , , -"John, wako up! I hear a noise in the kitchen. There's somebody in i the house:" (Jumping out of bed.) Don t he afraid. Maria; I'll drive bin. out! l e calm, darling." "Don't go down that Beep stairway with your revolver coc-kcd. John H might go off before you i are , ,, , e-... ...ii n ,r Lack into bed. ) M rs. reaay. Vv. ," ,,.. , liillus, if you haven i any " '7V" my management 01 ourg.ar,, .. the revolver and go down yourself. -Chicago Tribune. Druggist-"James, iwisnyou be particularly careful about your pre- .i k." James tea, I'm always as careful as possible, sir; sir. "'"sis'" - - ,, wwh,n lar not to use arsenic oy ' ., ., nn uini"" r : regaru -Speaking of tho what-wouid-you-do-lf.yon-were-a-n.an question, lt was an .i- ,man who said she supposed Id make a fool of hers, If just like any other man.-lndianapolU Joud, nal. vou are , . -r , . o, James 1 irusv ,u. - - . human life would prevent me making meh a stupid blunder." Drugglst "Ttf s all very well as far as It goes but I see by this morning's paper hat Srnlowv up. .ndw. don-tw.nl to waste any."-America. Wii?frins-"Do you believe in f 7 F , i.n.?" s',r.;ni-"Cortainly ma e phys le .n.? S-1",,., wfX-r V-. . h street She came wqo lives aciu . . . talked 1 about the hour witn - - -- . . lu in nw Ume my wife was iuipor-Wtlycured.-'-Amcrica. 110,000.