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A WILD QUEST FOU CATTLE.
TWO WOMEN WITH 4 PAROBI TO VET. Ka.nm.mr. Moas.. July ft. -" l>o yon know of any fea.lv vilin wants to pasture any cattle f" We were driving along a wood road when wo met aiuan in an open baggy, and we pulled up our horse, signalling Hie stranger to stop. He drew iu the rein* with a wheezy ? wnoa," and leaned for? ward on boIii knees, listening us my cot. pmiirh pot thia qoe-tion. We wera * tahlee turn*" about thia Inanity, We had started ont for a ten-mile anve, und we had resolved to ask ?very man we met tlie al.ova question; every man, no matter how un premising lie seemed to be. I had performed this iluI v ten minutes aim, and now 1 was silent 1'crimps I should explain tbat we bad become, by guiieli asly taking a second mortgage,behoving lt to fed n ti mt. the unwilling owners af a tract of hxiv five i.cres, more or less, al woodland and pasturage. Mr. Sanford did not lind it convenient t<* keep np the interest on the first, and so it transpired that andi a mortgage was in etistenee, and bo to save what tte bad advancer! we must buy out tim brat claimant. We did so. and at the smile time hat! the somewhat fiendish pleasure of trtghteuing Mr. inafnN into precipitoue Hight, by explaining tai bin that the btw erne tandy to imprison the giver of two " tirst and tinencumlieretl " uiort-agea. Thia land has been au annoyance ever since wn hana owned lt. In BhneO-M one of the ways tbe anthorilies emnloy to increaae the taxes is to Beam property at mach more than its value. This is a notorious foot and not a grumlile of taxpayers. For all theta the town seems hopelessly in debt and has to pey alu.o?t a thousand dollars a year for in? terest, lo go Lack to onr land. It did not do us any go id. and we only were at au expense for it every year. This spriug when we came home we said we would see if wo could let it for pasturage. We tiad spent a good deal of money uloasanug ia Florida, (ao we felt very thrifty now. a Whar ia the paster I" asked the man. He was very wheezy indeed, aud it seemed eo difficult for bim to talk that I waa sorry wo bad stopped hint. He was told the loca'ity. ? How large ia itt" he inquired. ? Sixty-five acres.? **(.ot water in it I" - Yes." ? Fenced P ? Yes." "(load feedP ? Yea." ? How many critters der yecalkllate ter her in ur ?* There's feed for at least a doxem" Our hopes were ri.siug. Already we began to cal? culate ou the income. ? Lot aty critters in yetP ".No." ? How ranch dn ye ask P ? Hie regulor price.40 cents a beau per week.** ? llev ye hod the land long P 1 saw my aister rather rebelled at thia question, but she .answered it ? How much did ye pay tur it P ? Enough." He gave a little wheezy laugh at tbia, and began to draw tip the lines and to make that noise which is called ? clucking " toa horse. But the animal evidently was not u-cl to starting at tho iii st hint, and utily Ile k.-d his tail a trill** taster. ** I >o you ktints of any one who wants to biro P rail.' i -diarply repeated my aister. "Uh, Lor. no; 1 d'kuow 'f anybody bnt what's jot paster'nonah their own." Another elong and a persist-mt slapping of tne reins made tbe norse start slowly and get out of OUT Bight. "Your tum nett,** snid Gertrnde, after we had looked at each other indignantly for a moment. It was cni ions how dillereut the people were whom ve mel that day. Stine were thorough optimists in lezard to that pustule. They had uo doubt we ?hean.let it immediately. "Most everybody was a trealla'Ol patter. How much did we ask I" C-Ory man inquired how much we asked, until we felt like parrots repenting the answer. Some were I erv deiect.'d indeed. ? No. there want no call for no paiterin' this year any how, Foiha h> d either Bold oil all their stool-, er they bed all Ute poster they wanted." This was enc ol thoponiniotk kind, ibo next hereon we xurt wa* ol thia cleat, i\? were climbing a verv Steep hill, ""d thia mau w..s rattling down in an old wagon w ho-e wheels wobbled about the road so t'lat they lippi* ired to aa threatening every inst.mt to liv ofl by their, sci vu*. The seat had thrown ever it a b.ulalu s'.iu with almost every perticle of the hair worn oft. In th.* rear was a small nundle o' h iv .md s.nu.- grata boga. The driver Ml braced with bisj feet very wide et.;.ri niiil pressed against the carriage fr.nit, his liamis extended as be leaned over tlio dashb i.trd. Ind ii'.at in hie flying steed, lt .mis my turn, and 1 beekeued to thia turnout. The horse was thin and tall, and so was ins m ister. Evidently the wagon. Laving ..nie become well Started dowu the lull, waa pushing the animal en nt ngreat rate, lt was anet, for bini to step, i.ut be did. about a md the jtl-er m le of us down tbe slope. We leaned ont and took"i I a k. The atraogei was clambering out. Be left Ibe horse to take care of himself, winch be Cid by imme .lately dragging Ins h.ad to ono hide ol tl. way and beginuing to feed. Tbe mau reached our buggy, no ld. tl at us, and thea spat emphati? cally ; .tiler which be put one loot Unaly aa the huh of tuc trout wheel and was pit pured loreen fi in.itii.ii. ** I ni sorry to have troubled von ao much," I began. H.- Interrupted by raying briekly : 11 Oh,'taint uo trouble Don't mention it." Upon winch he M>at agata. He appealed te iiavo au In meuse Mi|>ply of tobneeo la his loft c/iec-k. Ger? trude sat very far hack on the neat, and was a aiient Bpi 'tat >r .nut listener. ? l wanted to ask you,'" I n..w remarked. u il poa knew nt any one win. wanted t'> pasture any cattle." I already bogOO to feel OS li 1 had tint, lor weeks, ?tiered any words but theee. Thonan'a feoew/ee Be lang, eo thia, ao avery way cadaverous, and his deep-ci ci.. were eo terri bli nlemn, tiiat I begaa to he interested ia . m.. before be replied be drew his hand Sion ly OVOI l is face, and I saw !mw full ol ?i ..ks and eeams tht h.nd waa, each crack an.I Boon I.lack, ii.-.l with aged dirt. 1 noticed hI-h i i\ tn.-t..p "i ins .iiuiiii', to tin. inst joint, waa gone, Mid tin place, though lo ale.1, was iel and pun. e. iii ..his,, in* .xi>.. tit t.-d before be answered. Hie mooth wae se fn il that to perforn that duty arra a ? lei de ne enity ofter oocfa few w'Tils. ? Pa-t.-i T" h.-said jntrrrogalivcly. 'Mien he re prut. .1 iii.- word with a still .re rieing inflection, agniulii i-' one eye and appearing lo search with tbe ether Into tbe depths ol I.is tn md tor any cattle Which might be lhere, oeedlae feed. 'Ihe silence Was so ...:.g after this that my sister furtively iie-s,.,i i?v elbow, and drew ber branth hurd, na if la danger ?f anflocatton. After several ninotre I h.ni tesolved to pm mt' Incniry agata, wn?*n the atiit:,_ri took down the toot on the wheel and pul an the other, settling binni! lo tbe ooeitioo *nli eerala! tu inness. 'Iva * thragin*," he laally raid,*thnt I'm BO.-lV lo say taut BO Ways IB the lea-t likely that you'll 'irv in. chance to let a paster tins season. Ye a.-.-, 'taint ii good Ho.ison fol et'lu' pasters. Moat ol lolks hes enlioi killed their cl itleis, or they're eek.'oin, or tbe critters aro iii milk and hov tobe le Bene where theye^nbe milked. How large is yer paster 1" 1 toltl bun. " Gel auy critters in itt" a N..." ? \\ hat du you a-k T" 1 lold hun thia Miso, whereupon he spat eonteiii fllative.y, and rubbed his face, reveal ug again tho nifty cracks end the maimed ttiuuih. 1 hen.ni to liav? a dreadful curiosity ta. know how he had lost part of his tliuuii). Init I hardly (cdt like iiKiumiig. "I was a tliuikni."' ho said again aftef along silence, "that old Bonan Ide ia the Deytoe debsinct did b?-v a few critters: yellina they was, thal be wanted pasiercd. What do yo oak lol p.ti.1. i ,n' yellinaP 1 oapeeeea he nanni yearlings, and, having roiled mviaelf on the prue, I answered that liehoved it was twenty-five cents a bead. ** liout that I -nea-.," ga reeaenned. Hete .oumis bellin,j hinted that his liorse, in its ._nr.li. i-a lor grass. Lad pulled the w*?g_ai u, against tho wall, and -tones mir falling. The mau did no! change ul* position, sees to turn Ins bead and say " whoa!" in a tremendous voice. When he lind brought hie head back again he put tine unary to me. ** W bete ia your past- rt" said he. 'I hie he was told ; and then he tell to mosing omi exp*, loraliiit for so long a tune that I thought the interview .rae al au emi. but that he had forgotten to go aw.y, when suddenly, with more latona! pud alacrity tl.au he had yet ahown, he aeked : " Keep any -tock y er sell I" ? No/ lie looked at ua both now for the first time, and Cmarked that ? women lolka couldu t gen'Ily make uch headway keepiu' ot stock." lt waa now time lor him to change tbe foot on tho il>, and he accordingly chunked it. F.very tuno t did this he passed his great hand over his nen, v companion made an ..Kempt tn takeaway tho ina from my giasp, Imtl bad dMarniBad.il I ?ubi to remain in tho road as long ns Ibis man ieee te stay. I was eartona le know how long tbat (Mild lie. A giwat tiiilliv minnies api eaied In Bon (fore be broke silence again. Ile then advised us niiestiy to give up irvin' to let the paster. We .oiild he disappointed anyway, mid he hated ter ?v women folks disappointed. When lie reached ile po.nt, the hist hint ot a smile caine over his innieunnee. He had opened hi* month tn apeak 1MB, alter expectorating, when a span ol moos wita e -Junina pteoran earrioge behlud icm appeared at tue top ol Hie kaili before ns. They ere com 101 rapidly, and it was i.e. css.ny for tis to love out ol the way. Having OOM st ai ted on u p ie hill, we did notate*. Looking I.r!,ind WO880 ie man wno took euell a gloomy view of paders" deliberate!** hacking i.m born away rum tho atone wall, lim man driving the spin sd ii."tie nn ko fast and wt. had BOOB so Occupied hillie escaped wit bent out putting onr question . hun. .*? ithin hali an Imnr nf home our spirils .se groetly. We ate. a naa who was loaning for a lace tn put his horse. whieU was lame. Ile ranted good pasturing and wt. lind it ; also a shed ml we Tiatl that. The price tor a boise ia nm. ellar per week. We thought wo should get imiigh '(louey to pay the tax this year OB toot .nd. He would send the horst, over next Monday. t'o drove hollie lather elated. That was neal ly week ega. Wo have staid nt boan every day line, for we wanted to l.e here when the hors, ame. If one proposes to drive nut, th'* other H.vs. Von know wo cau'tgo; wo are expecting tba*, orse.'' I he owner of that horse lives six miles away. Ve think of going there this afternoon and nBBlUg anilines. We may meet nsaeonoou tbe way ** bo rants to lind a pentan fm battle. We have suoli a asl ure to lot, ? reasi.nalile." SWEET GIRL PUBLISHERS. VASS,_U GRADUATES RUN A NEW8PAPKB. lAKH-I'P OF "THK ATI.S.NT1C 1110111.ANItsl IN PE? PE ND K NI "?BOMB KUI IORI Al. EXTRACT-. It there I* anv one thing that di-tineulshes the Va* ?ar maiden from the teat ol worran ki nd, it ia tte rle eriniiistion to On si,inf [lune. The al'ejcd taste ter 'hewine-gutn, about which tho funnv tnun allows the .?mil il* ot hie hu wt;: t. a t iou to play, is a gross libel. Wearing sprotaclea and worshipping Kmetson are >nly exoeptioual cbaracteriitioi. Ihe tendency to ere-tis with the uncetatableness of the unknown and metaphysical upon all occasion* ia oontintd to a e.las* md to an extremely *m_.ll class. A breer percentage )f the girls are lovely and lovable than io the moit ?elect of French ? Gniihinic sohools." The ob anns ol ready wit sud kern perception are also thein. Tfcr.y li a ve the feminine equivalent of tbat royal good fellow? ship and hatred of affectation which colic*; e life de rclops in the netter olaas of mea. Hut while thev ir* thus (jilted with attractions, all doogbton of V attar, neb and poor, high said bumble, homely end hand Koine, weak and strong, are lilied with tbe burniog de lire to do something lo earn their own living. One of tbe fa<r graduate* at tho lost commencement aiiousaed * Careel for Women." The orv is still and always for "canter.," and ooiy "carcara" that can be u served out" need apply, lt doesn't -fatter particularly what the oater is if lt only fulfllli that reipiireraent. Any? thing in the whole gamut from teaching tbe little Digger In dinna in Oregon their a b c's, to running a oouutry newspaper is acceptable. It mar be th m;l.t that tbs l.ttor alternative haa bfen mentiooed merely to point the moral whioh ii to adorn thu tale, but it is a edd tact that thurs ii a paper so onnduoted. Trie little town of Atlantic Highlands, >nj Hie -hore of Ss: dy Hook Hay ia blest with a weekly paper edited and publish*,.1 bv two Vassar gtsdiia'.*. " I he Atlantic Highlands Independent" is the nan.e of the paper. Tho names of tbs editors hoad the tlr*t column. Tbo lunisr part? ner waa the c'ast pro,ihot of'HU, and graosfully tors told th* mn.si witty tilings of her si annalee, while tlie i.niior partner graduated in 1885, "Tbs Inde? pendent" siai"? mi'iie * dat ua-r iiiiTi'ci I 7 at the bead ol it* oelonao that "Tne bust Intereets of this town uud township is our aim." Tbs laelsivs BO nouncoinrnt'that " Poetry aud anonym I is ootamnnioa tions will he dropped into tin. WMtO basket ** ha* a bu-ines-i-like and ?!?-.-: 1*. liv indopindeut ring. There ere seven and one-half columns of ad' vertise mf n\A in the paper, laeladiag tne Stats printing, .ind exo'iding those ia'tlio patent interior. Atwoo.luma reprint story enliven* the l>to_ pax. Ol the four aud a halt col'tm ia of live matter oa the rirst i a^e, one is a European letter evidently evolve I under the fosteriiig oare of a *yndic.tf\ A balf-oa'.imn i* given to " Our Marlboro Letter," and stiothsr toona from Chieagu labelled * Cormopoadean of ' Ttia ladepeadeot.'n A job o lice is run m oonoettion with tho paper, (ind prosperity is tailing on tlie Iii no ImsiQcsi. < lue ol tbs STiadUOteS ol Hie last class wno tn, c.istiti_r shout lor i ?? career,'' wa* offered t hH) a year and her board te c .me down and *tick type in the job ollie*. Aft*-r oarafully considering the nuni-eaat offer, tbs gradu? als dec,mci, aad sunmonlaa ali her politio*-l " p.tli " the uiaiie a bold (trike for tbe village poet u lice, bat un.-eu tba! "i. aeeouol of offensive portisaoBbip, as et is! by t sk taj part in 'lit* lamons blaine demon? stration at Vaaatr two year* aero. The editorial mid gossip oom inns of ?'The Independ ???;*. a c writ tea lu a or_ap.loreefalBt.vle tbat ie frat from ni tit ol tbe ens of oouotrj newspaper English. .?sn...- ot the notoo nave a special interest wbeu the ge..tier ..I the editorial rule is remembered. Thus: " UTe i inn ll :> in . is lr ri io *ct a it .1 ami I i:ti?s re?.si sr* ssebw-ok,_awabaramaiarittdt-d- ii ?vs wm nady ari i ihe Uti "t u ?# trr. "*.? fur tai ann p- a*, 'liar, for lal dole amloitianl rn *iii nani it luou or before Tu.ts.iay no ni ol ni*- wool." lt mero is ono *pa*-k of ataahood in Atlantie High landa tben ohould have teen twenty offen to fisc.rt tbe lah editors on atauini * pereouel Inspeettca" alter the ecpoerean ol that Moue ot' Vol, H.. 111. Pron UM requnl tl.at"4 any hotel ?,.d eotrat/,t* " will liiiad iii it* list le lore Tutted OT, wann tbs paper ia not poll obed imtl saturday, is sn ?- \ i*! ?? n.- thal " osrly c p.v." the buabeer of every metropolitan daily, in not unknown In " The Independent'' oilier. Alliiainn has been made to the crisp and pura Engdali of tbe uahlieaiii.ii. lt is nert ap-to. much to et peel thal this should hold thraOgbOill Witness th I mihi utile ** eiiesti.ut " ah mt even Homer BO ld.fig ore-sinu ally. When it coin-s to the queation of chrouioi ing a wed.uni;, this paper, edited, pniilished sud printed hy weona, gets iusi a little sauted, mls shown hy thin sets: " Weeandsv -rlrbt, ot tass wno. nw eos sf te* mo-t timi. lwnt w ? nl.iits t . tt e.*>r ti i-irr ? I nih t uri. up nt Ml,Idle l'i?n. TIM aiip^ nor wore Mlsa liza.ii. h.. 1h:1( ilnr ,.! ? 1 fSii,_lor ll u lr.itt a m. aud tua ki.mj.u wai tViUiam IL bairotv. of .New.vor.i " The coai|JOHit.ir proban'v bsd not recovered Irom tt< t ? ict.iaiiuu ot pay day Whoa tbe .n itter wassel. As woola he naturally sopposed " Tao Independent'1 oitioe is regarded wit?i ui,iob euri,,mtv hv itrai.-.r*. Mention of tin* Ls made lu a Oolumu headud " Liicui sinus." ?? (ii-*<* tv, tn ?? )"? af tv cn iii, nn,i iprlak "a brearhtSOO (?emu il d . wa iran the BOOieot Oity nf t e f-A-imii*. ia .. li, t.lKe noa oicur-a us.s. na. ter d tli-t oe mi | . tbaln ciiv a ..lUiaroarir etp .r. i moat older aa ita, ' i tn lu iep.'ii*ie.it' lit. ae ered metros erle I Ba abe gated ip io the barricade r> ami ia t pr itt), na i in l nt r-.tr ut Hie o Ul co : ' 1aiu? WISH ___?,! O ilka I pf v.e ita ve d 'Uo.' " LAO fi; TO SEE QLADHTONM Erinn The Literate! /"/?<?_, Mr ( ? a I-i-, ? '? Vteil waa au imus, na versal topic nf eoovereal ea on 'Cbance, Ali aor.s of anealaa aaec ilntea were r<*Ut**! nf 'hr -a.i-rnna* of Llrrrpo.ll mern to see aid ii"*r tOO irreat aia'e ...an. Tlie talk vi. that - certain I'miaet vitllve, wi. na? face would at once ??Tuite t-fiiiiaii Are if it appeared oe a Cnuaervativr platte m. went up io a i liuiiii' na of l.ilirral Hu slid laid, "rsn-an I* ?o. wi.ai'i. you tatr fur a Ologstons Ueaetl** iBei H<r aa I-*" aaltl, " A Tutti" ; that the LonaerTallVe *_Mai.*i1 ; tl.Ht l.e laid, "I W.I. _ I via -nu _ i. that Hie l.lnrra lani, " Uon'e a plotters, liebet, 1 wa* tttmt tn un u oiyeeit, Tull may like it and I will take my ch.-ti.cn If run will pranloo an n veto fer Deaeeo t" ti.at tue Coo sorta tive, i.r ?*.?-1. ebogtrls and laurinel, replied, "If i salli i woultl hnw Un ytiu ki.nw llial I wmial aerp iny wurdi ' that uuto lino tue l.iheral returuel. MToa*re * lory, cufouml you. hut If you wnl ?ay ymj will volo for Daman I do not w_ni any hrtler terurlty; " thst ibe Tory, after ronieinplat' lur. hld assn. ; thal be aatd. ?'You are guile tore you wut't ;ak- aid fur that tn kel !" thal the IJhera' tani ?? yulte ?urr , " tnat tn* Tnry rrflrcteil arti twiolloaeal, " I uiuat hrar (, nla'i.LB. if I die," an I a.-a :.. " Well, B.ilj lt a Int of a-," then be used a wold wbicb tue Linera Ohl not muir calcii, aid io cuiili-l he irported li* re (hal he alto reworked: ?? i do aoltblablooebai Daaeoa either, nu. I tell ron what lt wai. L'lve me bold of tho tl.set and I will rote toe blas, aud I hope lt will he tor ri *.-ii mr on ii.) 'Iran-Urn, " 11,ai th* lat.aral Lan,lr, UT.-r the tirk'-l and rx jin ?-r i a lerfect (eulin*** to takt oil itioral reepoeelblllty fur Hir vue hoih iii thu wari ami Hie neil, ana that the Tnry went away with hu pru*: that uir l.iheral bad only one doubt; that i.e w .. an,a, ute y cami i if tbat Tort went to the iiiretlns lu would vote fur Inn.ran, lint be doei noi feel at all ann that hi* fi ien.1 will not aend hack Hie ticket and returi lo lils orii'iual deieruiioatiou te vote lu favor of tbat bl of a Burnell,mic, Hally. Gossip ABOU1 sa TAL OFFTOBBB /ti^ji The Wuttiington inti*. A " galley yam " na* u.ic*_raiilied from lien last i,l_;.i io Ibe rflrct thal Bltbot ( tlnrnnKir* Itanrn.,' (iheraitll orCopUia Uleliard W. Meade will he nrderei to rellrve Captai.i Kraucl* M. K?ni*ay lu Hrptainhar ai Huperiiiieudeiil nf tba Naval Aradeioy. I ht Crilie hai lii.'ui uial,on. wb.( ti ll terania a* nt tb* blKbeat rriiahd it*-, thai CapteiB Robert Ia Phytblaa. who will reach ban iu Aili ii-t In tbi fr.sate I itnion iron. China, will tuc ?eed Captain I.au,.ay. Connuodnre f.berardl oi Cnn in", lore direr wi I brume SupenuieoUeut or the Nara uuaarralury, and ('amain Ramley will be niven one o ibo new Heel cruiser*. Tanban (Ml would Haitikr have Ltri 1;>mii>. ? Ibe Proration "Uaw tiueulariy you am juill uro'.her rea*-.mi.a caeb omar, M.aa Antro ina ' M'as Aii.eiiua: **i* that a ooinpliiuiai io iuy brotber ur a.tnuipiiiLent lo mel" Tu* Professor: ?'Ob, a cam i'..'neut to ua. thar, I aatura you."-?[Pouch. I'lloM-BM ? HOW TO SCBaCKIBB TO THE LOM bus II'jsi ii au toa .VoriiisG. ?1. Ten tb* beopttol roi leol'X ibai you iiuw Kira your au ... ripu.u lo blt bm pnai. au i etberi agually deaerrius, in a lump tum wura rou ro lo chun ii on Uoapital Mundar. X Don't _ to oburcb ou Hospita. Ba oday. (4. K. D.?LPBaeh, TOPICS IN LEADING CITIES BAN f'HASClSCO. HH. PHI.KY'S Sl'r.l'CII-CRIMI'R OF THE CH1NK8E?SHIPPING FRUIT F.aSTWARD. 1st iBunnarn td tmk i_naoa__j San Flt ?.Nelsen, .Inly 10. ? Frank I'ixley fulfilled expectation ind delivered a stirring bpBOOB on the louttiioi .inly. It was expected be eranie, naka a anwnnja enalnngbt anea Hannan Catholicism, bal instead bo bronnht out tho arila nf nnnetrietod iniportnlion 01 criuiin als and pan ne rs Irom tlie OM World and of tba surrender nf the government of citios to alien adventurers who pay no taxes and have no interest in lintiest enforcement of laws or economical administration of nllice. He conn ?oiled tho foimaiion of nn American party who.se nns-tioti it should he to elect only those who aro ai tua ly property-owners and who have dcinon Btratad tliat they have a national pride in Am -ri? can inst Itotlona, Whethoc nut!*raor foreign born, neb he would sse honored with ollice. Ile was specially severe on all labor agitator* and th- pea tilent class who (to uso hi* wnrdsi ? bovcott their neighbor! and throuu'li tho labor ntnan deny to Ann rican boys participation in those trades that are thrown open to every foreign tramp and Vagrant, every escaped convict and oxiled mendi? cant, who siieud their leisure hours in idleness, their money in gin und their old nco in dependent poverty." Mr. l'ixley championed Hie cause of the coolie and asserted tbat ? tbe continuance of any further Bfltetloaof the question isa dishonest prett-.t of dishonest persons to keep alive a contro? versy ant el which they net a dishonest livelihood." He closed with an appeal to the yuline men of the State to preserve the non-sectarian character of the schools, and to do all in their power to free politics from bose rale. The Assessor's books show an increase hi assessed valuations of city property OTOI last year of over f4.CjHh-.fJ00. The total of osso-iaiuents this year is |l_hi,5S0.O00. Tho onlr depreciation in values is in the suction north of Californii-si. oast of llont iromerv-it.. which was the chief wholesale quarter twenty years ago. S. P. Warner, a stock broker, of Californlo-st, who did a large businees with female speculators, disappeared this week leaving a large crowd of mourning victims. Many of these women have boen speculating lu stocks since the ? Big Kai? nama" excitement and their facet are fumiliar araund exebaugn As a rule they are timid dealers and they manage to enjoy the delights of gamb? ling on small slims, since there are few mining stocks whiM are quoted at ovor r. & per snare. There w.ll be hanged here next month a Chineso murderer named Fong Ah Sing, a Highbinder or professional assassin. Ho killel a Chineso courte? san in this city because the woman accidentally threw a bucket of water upon his head-as he passed IhltWgb the alley where she lived. Although the case wat clear and Ibero wen witnesses to the ciinie Fons: succeeded in getting two trials and an appeal to the Supremo Court, the entire leaal pro? ceedings consuming nx years. This week a Clunes., laundry roan was assassi? nated in Chinatown iiy a Ilighl.in.l'T who 006*00d and linn 'ar has elude.I arrest. I he murder grew ont of a qnarrel over nambling. The victim was ? hot down from behind and died before the polios roached him, ["here's small chance of the iietec tive*, aoeuri->| the fugitive a* ne belongs to the Suev on I ung, one of 1 lie most powerful a..ciel les ol lli_ir.in.iers. Any Chinese who betrayed nun would he promptly murdered bf tue society, hence io formen Will ho searae, Tue Chinese quarter is so arranged tiiai fatitivna air hide in cellars tor moo tba with no danger of detection. Tbe mission of the Chinese for getting possession ol moll white ehitdraa waeohowa n.i* weak ia the attempt ol o dom oatie servant to entice ii white boy to Chinatown. The polieo nmeted the coolie in the street and lavestigstioa proved that it was neaMof ki'napoinu:, evidently to .secure tho re? ward wliicu would he oileied. Fruit is dearer here this summer than tor many years, tho result of tho ship neut of green frail io tho east by fast trains. No dillictilty has been ex? perienced I i.v on haiilists in |atber I Bg their crop and prices have I.ecu tar above exne.-tat.oiis. In the Varaville dietrich winch Buppliea tho earliest aprieota and peaches, it ia reported thal buyers ate otleriiiit three cents per pound f'-r eniiro crops of peaches, on trees. The Southern Cacilie Company is makitiL' a great effort to provide for rapid trans? portation of trait to the east. At ns car sin.ps in s nra.neut" Uno fruit cars for fool trains are build mg and will h-> Do Jabed neat mooth, Kacb caris thirty feel long and baa double doon and window. and ventilator*. Il is claim, d that with these can cv-n Denobollie frail like peaebn end apricots will ranch ns destination in Hue erudition. The company runs a fa-t speeial tram whenever fifteen ear loads of fruit are guaranteed at .me shipping point. Sacramento ia n .w tbe ban of operationa tm,I al...nt two I isl fruit trains are dispatched ever.' we>k to the Baal, The Chronicle dec lares *' ob tho beal atithonty," that Mr. Ma shay will noter tbe coin est fur tbe Ne*. rndn tSeDatorsbip ead thal be will have tba beek* ins ol .Mr. ilo.nl III Ills political light. I i.i- -eli I.-.1 ibequoatioo wbion baa been agitating people ob tbe Comstock for several mont lia. and it only re? mains foi .Mr. Fair to doolan i.is randidoej torre* election to make tbom bappv, Tbe bitternon he I'.vcen Fair and hie old partnenia well known, end it is inaiuiv io prevent him from tomming to the Bernete thal Mackay desires to secure tim piece, I ben plana Lave out in the cold ax*>9ennto. Biew? art, \ ho conn i ed on t be bon anea mia's lLtlu.u.e in making Lin fight a_:n:isi Fair. CHICAGO. HIE TUNNEL JOB-8T0RFT WILL-ANA It'? ll:!-I TH ALS- Mil MIA CAMI'. [UT TKI.BOKAMt T'J T1IK Il'.IUt:.\E.\ Chicago, Jilly 10.?'Ibo I timid oiiliiiaiir.', which wee crowded ibnaga the Coaaell ms week, ure caril- tl a* tbs NoUblOB stinks lu a trcuiandiiu* piece of milner). It greata n ibe Pailedelphta syodteate waleb 'ia* come int-, notre! or tin* North Cbiesgo street Hall? way ttie right ta. Ibo *uin?av under tue river at Looolle* *t , to tim praelleo] exclusion of ult other tr .Dir, aili makes poislVUe th*-, ii..iii.'iiralit.n of tlia callie *y* tem fer Hist ?tre-t raliway sfsinu. un cni.ee led mai iii*. ptt?.a. e i > r the ofdlaoon wiu oaboan nie vt,..- of llio rallwsy atoeh lo the extent of fully 92,000,000, yet ibo Coaaell ha* rxioied from iiis eonpaay a sum banty sulli i.-iit to do inure llian keep the tunnel lu r-i.air. It ls nano Bod that IBO C'.u'irll, wiihin a year, ha* granted privilege* io iboetnet railways wblefe ir the propel nonsaioaabad I.eeo demanded woulil tiave resulted lu placing a large yearly nvseae at ibo diapooal ol the etty, aaantoat n ?eel a laen preperu iu ot lim stantelpnl eaponesa The or.liiiaiioo Wa* ?-looted by Ihe iii i.i, SlColl ant Vole, lu. diootlog taat tho railway eenpaay ua* a aaffleieot (ol' lowing to override a veto. Thecouteat over the will of the late Wilbur P. Storey ami involving tbo c.iutroi of the PalOOpO lima w.u re eewod io tho Appellate Oort thia wees. The old arco uieiii* as lotus mental Irnspooslbihty of Mr. rtinrey were renewed, lue maller bas _*eu taken unrler ad? visement. Tbe psper* eontlnue to l.e rery bitter 1n their eom ni-u!J> uijijq the me.uni* WblCB permit tbe Ulai ol ihe anarchists to drag ea In terminably lu* ackuowie.lge i, l.(.w*rer, that tll.gr.tcs tine* mn atiacn nearly so Sloe-IV t?) IB* IO wy ere tot lbs -lerei.ee a* le the great lil . .a ur ol lho*e ?'i.uuioi.ed a* jun.rs, whom the -lat-'* Alluroey .let Urea tn nave b.-eu gullly ot p. rjury in at leanpiiugl.ie.capefro.il service tm me |.auel. In ai? linn,n tu tue ?*.gui policemen wno h?ve iited from wounds *ll?ialiied ai tint Hay market, another na* lo?l bl* rca*,ni and nt Uelieve.l tu bit (jope.e**ly lusaQe. 1 be Pint Ilngide of Illlu.il. troops wld go Into camp on ground* purchased by the Male neal -p.logneld neil we* . The ground* sra distant Ir..iu uny Waler cuur?e an I, apparent y, have lillie to rei'uiuu.eud them. Hie t-lat* Had the opium of pur_ba*iu_ lim l.esill If ul gnni lila tioithof Chicago. *elecled by (,euer*l ,-herldau and Bia*rAruiy olllcer* for the prupooad Kekuiar Army ? anni, mn poliuoal exlgeucle*. oppanoliy, deroaii.led Ibai ibe ii<i.|n ?buuld be cai ried lo ibe&ouiueru uorliou Ol tbe biala. Ibe eoote-t which tbe County Hoard ha* waged ag-iost u>e abeirari of title maker* t0 preveut them Hum eiauniiliig ibe tile* lu the ottlce ol the County Itei'MM. r. tbeiebv giving the county a monopoly of a -tiai't making hit ended by the la-nance of a penna, neut lajaeettoa agaii.at ihe < ouniy l;....rl. allowing m-i abilraei Dim* free nice*, to tba bunk*. lu lb* blaiory ol tbe city the condition of har afreets waa neyer belara *o bad ?? Dow. Turee ga* companies are actively al work tn ihe i.,r*-e diviaiout of the city Uylug duwil ms BO, and thia tal u in eo,inaction wita the work of pulling tho vartou* steel rte wire* uudargrouad mate* tbe highways almost tuipaaaaole. NBW-ORLBANB, BTSEE1|PAyiN0-Dl-OBD?RLT POLICIC?THI LEOIULATU-UE. [UT I..i.i...karu To Ilia TBtBl/Na] New-Oki.kans, July 10.? lhere ia n "boon In religion" ber* nariel and kepi ruing by a eamp tnaeiiag on tbs late shore within a few hour*' ride of tin elty. There are dally exoursioo tram* io th* nam*, gr.und Bud thar pull oat tl I. ed. "Sein" June* am "Bam" Bmail, ar* expected nail week. TBe atreeu of thia elty Save always been un lightly, unclean, buggy la wat weather, duaty In dry end generally regarded aa unhealthy. A good corinna al a aoesiaal eoal ba* far ya_ra Beau Bought sud man people believe tbat lt Bm bow been feuad ia a kind ? ersrel which I* obtained la large .jinntltie* near Baton Ho'ig*. In un* Mute, and near Vio-uburg, MU*. It la oi?!rned and baa to a certain extent been demonstrated thal thia gravel forma a eonornte wbieh will make a ii.-a_-f.ltieta.it road. In ?penlaisn* of trite eonerete the oxide of trna ls clearly psrcepitbla with a specie* of ?locate, while firmly lin tedded In them are numerous quarts pebble* which forin a very material pin of the compocliiou. A practical tost of the material la to be ni ade. At a meeting of theCounell committee for the inves? tigation of ?!.? ni len' policemen, held on Monday night, ?o.iin BOOOM wera en artes, tint on the programme. A ter ibe ea*** of a nun.her ot aMooro cliarge.i arltB ilrui.kenne** and dlaoiderly eotidiict and Other Viola? tion* of law bad been consl I*' nd, Oflleer Duffy wa* .ailed un a charge or being Inlnxlcated while on duly. Huffy hildy arraigned Hi* triinti-.il which wa* consl.I OHM h's en**. Me *?.pre?.ei1 aontempt for the mun nnnee and eleeed br Ibnetoalai n whi - the gentlemen ninl inviting them out te meet*e nliH*t|n?inent. lt doe* nut -tin-ear thai any of Hiern mpooOod to the offl.-r but 1 the affair show* huw little lespect Ibe police have for the City . -te; nu. l.t. The wnter from the famnn* Howard artealsn weil In \ i t'.t >?',>? square, which coat e?n?inerai.l* money to I drive ead from weleb n steeb wa* eapeotad, ha? been analyzed and bren lui.nd to be until tn drink, and to om.iain lagredieata lujunou* to ibe human spelean. The I>ri*1?tiir?ol1oln*<1 sins die Thurn.Ur nltht. If rt ben on booa lor (he laotpileablo eetlos of the .lorn, of last month lu emt lng down the app .mulline nt fur lu? ttrell on the Male debt, it would r*ng as BBB o' IBO bnt legislatures the Hiu'e ht* bott, nm beeaonof whit lt Its* dune, but boonun of what lt ha* not dune. Tbe settee bb th.* loioroal apportionment however di I crest harm to tm- credit of the State ftom wire.a lt will 0O1 re? cover fur an ne time, ti.ttwitriaraii.ting tn? fart thal next jay tho ?oelOlqloro nsgaadod ta tn. demand* and ap* peals of the i.uvernor and state Tr* isurer, reconsidered tbo action and made pro Vlei BB fur tbe lutero*.. BOSTON. SPOKE! FROM THE UHR, SOCIAL AND PER EM )NAL. [moa a nnnoLAB -oaaaeroaoarn op ran racatnia.] Boston, .lilly 10.?Those people who have liol gone to their hoiiica by tire *ea an,I In the country have sailed for Europe during the week, and tefl Hinton pretty w.'li euii.t!" 1. The last two ?t?ainers I,.tv,, tailed off ladeu with busts ot cabin pnaaontfers, aud still tlisre are more to go. At the 103 1 annual meeting of the Ma*?..uhus*tt* So? ciety of tbe Cincinnati, held thl* week at the Parker lltnii*', the Hun. MMUB-1 C. Cobb wa* rechosau pretidont; Charles li. Ilomaut, M. IE, vice-prendent; Fraoci* YV. Palfrey, secretary; and (.amalle! Bradford, treasurer. Among tbe gentlemen admitted to member*!).p were Franois Ch sae, of Halem; Thornton K. Lothrop and C.'.urlei P. Trumbull. Among tue incidents of tbe " Fifth " of July on Mon? day, not peculiar to the day but of much Interest, was tbe funeral train niovine ?|,.w,f through tbe heavy vate tar uf tba nlatorio old Tremont-**, burying ground nearing tbe remain* of an old mao who w .* oura amid the rejalclngs of victory In tbs Revolutionary day*. Alexander Macller. eiguty-ulne years old. Though bom sud bred In ilatlmnre bis cbl*f business career wm in sew y, ti. where hi* fortune wa* made In the I' ta' India trade. Uh married Mis* Catherine Oeboru, of Bis? ton, ths cereiunny being perforate 1 hf the pistnr of the old It-art!" Street Churob lu one of thu old mansion* In TTeinont-st. opposite the Cominan. It wa* a great eootol event lo those old day*. Mr. Mactler brought his groomsinsu fro-n New-Y ork the Ute K.v. Dr. B. li Kil likeily? travelling In atate. Tho bridesmaid was Mis* Helen Davie, the dsiitr-i-r of Ilia C'hief Justice and sis? ter nit he lal" Hear Admiral Davis, dbe l* now the laat ? ?ir ii var of thal bril,i ni. circle. The result of the examm .ttnni for admlttanee to Har? vard College waapusied i aili a,1 ty >n the UalVarelt*. The ii ii inlier* of tbe frc*hinan cia** e ni 'int be eollBSBted, since many oaodidatea take examination* ni the autumn, aud tlieii.tmi.e i ami nat I . i? were nelli in Andover. (Quiney, I.i Bier, New-Yurt, (ancinnati aud bi. lamia, from wblou no reinrn* hav*. ret linen ia ..te. There were 13(1 __.aat.ted al tan Cainl.rldge ela.um tl.(ina, wnile Hie ii.t'iiu... laat year wan ltd. .So lu Mcalpin* are (bil the ShtOS of 'Ul will be larger than the elan of 'H9, winch wat Ibo ?ecuud largest Sion admitted to tue college. There li ia not been a seaton for s long time when io miny attractive and Interesting ?ummer lu) m-** were I.un.ling ur h ive ju?t leen buill. il r. Bf. D. Well, who recently married Ml** Wiiicbetter, I* budding a beautiful linnie un tue ula ...il e-tate in Jamaica Plata fruin plan* of Mr. M. M. Wheelwright, It ls to he one ot the finest sud large.! In the country. Mr. Iii neat I , . _?> ... ??>. the artist, eide.nl *ou of tue p.i*-t, lisa jual inuit fOr bin-self, Ot M'igr.n.la. an artistic BOHf la..hali cottage, with Ki .? >et h.'a window*,overhanging tue olffa nu tv.,ai ts Balla*] Ci.olldge'* I'-iu' (near lim e*t taie of Mr. T. J. (Ter*.in Coolidge). Mr. and Mrs. Long fell..w havo already tain peanaeteo. although the .le? ta i* are not yet completed. Al MaguulM, aim.. Mr. (narie* P. Collin, a young lawyer, no-ISelaW ol Kr.mu* i'.irliinan, tao historian, hs* bunt for bl* family'- son? net imme a collage in the Coioni .1 Dutcu style,whicu ls very attractive. An a MBBOOJOenn of the Intense 'lent the theatro* have lured bul poorly nil inn we-k. Bvafl on Monday ti I g; tl t tue Orewor.., rbe .Music Hall SIUOBO OOd Beer concert, and the .lime rntue.nu* pi'svailnj ngamal them?B BOB trust lo Ih-' Oipeiiocn of s danes year* ago. wi..ti the tnrairen ii.f., to give repetition* uf reuoe patriotic Olav at interval, nf iwu bon: a. Mr.lt. li. Wolf rn VeraiOB of ?' I..- aier.neut d' ..minn'" him been ol the Manum. Man? ager Field ha* SoUnied a very good company, the neat ot a*bu_0 I* I .oil lae Lablai'it". wilone ilurion IO deliciously Kreneb. M.. Howann ns Oaoo-ufan it (uouy, sod wool i be fuuuler ll ho WOUl I "gag" less and make fewer >,Tliu aooa. PHILADELPHIA. STATE ANT) CITY POLiTICS-CHANOES IN THEATRE*. -LIQUOR .*-IA l'l.-i 10*4. [PBOn l.S ti, ' tJl'-s.\l. t-.ililil.sl-oMil.Nr <iF TUB TRI Hf NF.' Philadelphia, .inly 10.?The poaaibility of the (loiiiinaii.iu by the Oaasoente ot ea-OoToraor Car? tia coinpi.aies tba pol|.|cai situation very inucli. Mr. Carlin ia a thorough politician and bis declination of a renou.inatlon lo Cnugrea* 1* fut nf meaning. If tbe Iiciuui ratio convention sbuul'l chouse ni.ii ll tm.iii aiaKethe nat paige tata exciting Tho az-Oereraor wuuld poll a large suldier vole and ho would aadoabtedly have the votes of all thone Republicans who refunel lo rapport General Bnvn befon nut there is little probability thal Mr. Carun wm n Bonlaaioa. He ban or late uftlllated bmooll willi the (ireeuhacKer* ami his Ktpiiitlloaii record is its'.aalefiil to ttl" party lo Wlilcb be now beting*. (ieiieral Heaver'* maiority will probably not be large, but there now seem* tm tit.ubi of bl* riccilon. As' to the Mayoralty Mr. Smith Uiinka inst lin will be n OleonO. Mr. ?j.mlh ts a gentleman Who never allOWB anything le iruulils ...c. Mi. '.,--,;-?? Ile Ii Kenn bas nut y.tt talked frankly tu bin friend*, bul lt I* evident that the general wiall anning Republicans to put hltn at ths head of the ticket doe* cot disptaan bim. lt I* necenaary, under the Hu ill 11 bill, thal the Mayor nhodid be both it cultured g.ulie.uau and a man of un an*. A crown of amateur actor* engaged McCaull'* Opera Been on luceday i.igni, bul fallen to appear wini lbs tn..ney. There was the oneal cr..ed of friend*, but Mr. Moiton re ra ed lo upon Ibo buUne, aud uo pei farina.,. - was given. The denalon to have the (tatue of General Meade cant ll. New-Ymg ''?aaea mach surprise lime. 1 hu urllSI give* uu ci pi nialliiu, -I npi>- any lug 1'. ls ut* wish. Kvery theatre lu I'lnl ulelphla will be radically Im prated brion n>-xt nssea. ino change* at the re Ot pie, while they .lo not l.rli.g down the auditorium to ihe Ural lout, ma." tae aOOOBl mucti easier. At lentil Bud Cal? low bill lhere lea theatre hardly ki.own ny peup.e Urina il,.-., n toe; ii, bul windi mt le as um, a. if uni more, money 1**1 SOOaoO than any theatre tu Ile city. Ic In BOW n- lg ex mn,veij improved and ha* made engagement* with many of Hie li. a: star*. Al Kraal sud ( olam'.la-ave., uj'oa the sile of Launer'* garden, there ba* bee. .,p,.i.ed a *. in .mer theatre. Tne company hal been giving lig'.i ope an eucceaafu.ly. In punaaan el au order from anbblahop Ryon there will hereafter b? ce aural,-.! lu lue Cathedral iu_f.se* fur Ino Seton*) peuple. Th* l'lilladelphla Kenna! Club ha* decided not to ex bi'.i; al lb" li-xi Mate fair. lld* actluu 1* lu cona. a leuce nf a similar lair to be held al Wavelly, N J. VuteS olll i.e Boiler toe management of the -tale, and ai which ihe beni do,'* belonging to uiemner* of lu. club will be exhibited. du Tuaad.y of thl* week Internal Kavenua Oolloetn (i.-ra.-I fi .-e-i, i.-.i tl , una allowing (hal (luce June Ju ti! |OM yeer l? Juna SO at mia poof there were bnwod in Hie lal [nioruol Me venus Dutrlct, comprising I'luladel pin*. DOloW ire. Cae* er, ila aa, I.m.. and iaslitgl ( naiiliei, L,306,079 barrel* ol beer, auiouultng ,,. -.ii'i.i.t.ii.. glasses* ?u . 139,000 gall.m* of d-ttlllo. liquurn. Ibe lucre***) lu lbs u.,..amity ot bear ls need] om-.ju irtcr greater than In the previous year, wuni Ibe ii.aii.ieii ai.,ni* fall .hurl over ,-ue tiii.u. There are *everal re-.-rtt along the line of the Penn ii min Canina i ciuse to me rir? which are largelj pa'rooiaed ny Laeaiouaitle l'lilladelphla..* Tho*e inna in favor are Devan Inn, iiryu Mawr, and Wiana'nckoi Inti, ll-n-litt ntnl, al .leiwiuti.wii, lian a;? ? many gue*i* A vtreal au vantage uf ihe.e idace* la lbeir uea.uesa t. the city and the t.uuierou* trains. Tbe troop* comurialug the National Guard of the Kirs Pr.gad* le.t to-day fur meir reapeniye oonoo I'm fuur regiment*, wno lbs baila.nm of oiale Kenoiblei and Keysteas lu.t-ry were ail out tn lbeir full slreugl. I hey remain in ea.up oue week. The Shape of the P.i,.man Palace Car Company, whirl were reiuuved lu Biotin after lue dre win ti deniruye their ion,ding* lu mi* city, are io come bauk. The ne. ? bup* alli oe c. np ei.t.i Of U-loUssr 1 aud Will give eu p.nj mein lo ooo nan ia. An apiary ls lo aided to the sttraetlont of the Zoologl .cal Oar-leu. It will ba au arranged thal alt Ihe work.u or th* bee* eau be SOoa, aud fi au. time lo lluio lhere wi be leeiurea upon bee kneplug. The Penn*ylvaula Mu*eum of Iudiiitrlal Art tn Pal moimi Para la reoeiviug oouataui additions to I nunnie. Among the lated ara two tree fuugl. ll fm..-ii* ls trotted at tbe aneil lu eameo outliug, an eai ved In a ulgt.ly ar timm manner. Upon ou* I* a pu iran ot Mi** Mary Andartoo, aud lbs other ili.vi K.iumaiiiau laity lu ber utolureigue dre**. lbs work doo* by -Has I.v* I.au?ii**,|. ul Ullphaut Furnace, th Slate. ? Judge William lt. Hanna and Mrs. Hanni an anion g 11 vlaiioi* lu lir*/n Mawr. Mr. aud Mr*. George U. Uok win *?..?-,d .<>...a moe at liryn Mawr. Mr. aud Ml (V*org* M. Dalia* aud Mia* Dallaa, Uaroo da i'ai.ru.i llal.au I,.n?ul ai Philadelphia; CtiUUl ItUdolph* Mi.ntegta*, ul Germany ; til c, W. Yuloe. af Piurlil areal Devoa lau. Prufeaaer and Mr*. h_ Oil* K?nd? Doctor M. Da Costa aad faulty sad Mr. aud Mra. lieor D. Uaaunga, of Mee--erk; Qereraor ?uBett. aad Ol eral Perrine, of New-Jersey, were among recent vlsltore tn Sea dirt. President Kal win T. Hteela, of tbe Hoard uf F location, and Mra. Steele go to P.urope on July 10. Colonel Juneph P. Tonia* gos* to lintons o<i July IL A. Haller Grow* will pana Augunl at Bar Habor. Mrs. K D. (illlenpl* will spend the auminer at Matapotseit. Ma**. Tue Kev. |)r. E. I. Maroon ls at Saratoga. Kx-l'.-nt iii tatei Huldek.per and family rn to Narragansett Pier lil A'l.-an'. I.'i.i'i'.l Slate* Henator Hawaii will oro.ipr bin cottage at Cap" May. Purnim Hheppart ls at bl* sumuier rrsl,lenee at Chestuut llilL Judge Pierce ls al Polaud fprlug*, Maine. SOME THEATRES STILL OPEN WHAT THEY OFTER 'I UK PUBLIO AN'u WHAT IS PROMISED PUB (TEXT BBASOV. Janies C. Ilnti*, who returned from Europa a-.me days arro, wes found In I.I* j.rertlly furnished odie* Bt the Mandari Theatre yesterday, and chatted about bin trip and his plans for tbe future. " I at iyed lon.'er In Knglnn. Han I originally Intended," said be. " for Mr. Daly m..; lit* company snivel Jual as I was t linking of returning an.l I waited to seo them au ly started od their London season. As of course you know, tb. y met will" tho moat ettt.ior.ln.iiry success und, every ono In conse? quence being ext.einely happy, we had a delightful time. This nine their |>ecuti1ary equalled their srtlstlc BBHieoea, and Haly and lils Kn dish par ner, Wnlltm TerrlHt, wore tn high good humor over lt. I sra* also Bidden away la n carnap ole hex at our friend Hlxej's first apiearrttce, but prefer to ke**p a lett as to that Ph lu' ul -flair. Ol (.nurse my visit was se rn iou on (malu, a* os plena,ire, tr. J I ssw everything that was io beana, I oanaot oap thn i wa* altogathn favorably lui-, issued, sud In tbo comic Open lino I saw absolutely nothing, lt ls stiange, tiy tbo way, tbat I BbOaM have spent weeks there looking uusiKcessfully for the right sort of a novelty und ihrce .lays alter I reached home li id lt | ut right before hiv eyes. But I'll tell you of that later. Apart from comic opera I wa* looking for a teed comedy. In wbloh Bosnia Vokea and her company eh...lld open their season herr. I struct it, I think. In I'nisro's * Hehoolnt-ttsan* whist I hu?e aaaand foi America. lt will suit Rosina Vokes to a rret., and If her elster Victoria w ll also come, tv* she probably will, there Ita part just fitted for ber also. Now as to my plans here. As I was saying, I had boeu back but a day or two when iny father asked ino to read a comic opera written by Mr. Hoyt with the music by BoloeBoa. Piank'y sneaking, I had not much faith in lt, for I could not see bow the Riiti.or of 'Kag Baby' could write a thoroughly good light opera, and ' B llee Taylor ' I looked on as the only thoroughly iuoeesaf.il work of Solomon. However. I li"iti.l linr-'tto and score and was astonn led. ' The Mal I and tho Moonshiner*' ls as regurda libretto the nearest thing to Gilbert, without hoing ao Imitation, tbat I nave heard, and (solomon's music ls as full or melody as any? thing Belia* ever written, I am oo.ifideut of lia euo ness, for I nhail 1 rollies it In to middle ot Au* i-t, abeu I shall have a ira.'tlo.tlly clear field. You know 1 am riot given to eataaelaaaa, bm if I know anything. ?* '"> bualiies* I am right this tims. As '.o the cant, nothing ts yet settled except tbat Killian Rn-ssll will have the principal feminine part, hot I expect to have a cast that win be somethl e of a surprise. We shall act to work at once witn the costumes and choi-us and I hopo the opera e.ll run until tue V okea company arrives." Tho victory gained by Rudolph Aronson In tho Chicago courts last week clitive to tho attetnp'ed piracy ol ? Erminie " ls gratifying to him uni to all h.ni..st people, but lt dos* not go a great war toward settling the de batat'le lines ot lutenist to ia! c.pvrl.ht. .1 i-igs Hlolgett det'i led agslu.t Klocheostcln aol the other dofeadoeta on ihe (-round that Mr. Aronisu hal acquired s property light Id the name and title of " erminie " aud that In ad? vt*, ticing their pndaettea bi ?'the great New- York " success tbe leieii'Uu's wero trading on the li ard work und euterprii* o' tn.) manager of the Casino Although a plano score of the otiera had b .eu published, the Judge I.eld that thl* did not Interfere with Mr. Ar.'nana's right*, and while nu the one binni tue defendant! claimed that their KhntM w,.? not an Imitation o' Mr. PnnKon's, the Ju 1_e p .luted o it th it on the uthor they advertise! th' lr pleco ai apparently Identical w.ta the Casino pro? duction. Talklu* over Hie case voiteiaDv Mr. Ar,nunn said: ? I am graliiled of cnurie io have win my oase, but I still toe lev unfair the pre soot oo|.j right law, or ratlior the want of one, ls. It seems to on rattier o ?Uanp> .Lat I should have had to ape.ul neirly ajl ,ont) to pict ont au-.'her mau .'rou steallu* mypop-rtv. Ai I have said ne oro, if l hal been my coat tl. at was t tkaii I could have had the tine-" in isll within t-venty-four hours provided I kn.w who Uo w is. Ai it I*, I au; goiu^ to s .e the owners of tho place where the sp .nous 'Erainia* waa prodaeed, for they liaiu.cn to be re?i .mslble people. Otbernin t should have bad ahealately un retires*. However, th < Don has had one goo t effect as far as I am eoaeeeaed, it has male or ms an ar lei- npoornc ol th.'ss Btltatlng for un lateraattoaal sapyrigbt law, for that alone will afford 'h.. proteetloo to wblob wo ure au titled. Tho subicot has, I think, receive t too little at? tention irom theatrioal maa agers. Weo-nil, I nm sure, give valuable aid to the authors aad other* who are now working in thst direction, aili we Bead ls for nats ono t ? organize us, and that, I lear, la w.ere tue oifff.ulty will come la. Yoi kiio< the tr-i)'.lo there always is tn getting in saagers le woik logolhn otoo whoo it ls for their evident advantage. However, In tai* easel think lt win monly be a quntlon of soma one setting tne hall lining .ti.-i tbao we s mil all give oar tte irty c.?-opera? tion. I'.v.ui n.onn win iii tne pit nay bate pro ito l ny tue i resent lat law w:i! tn tbat lt ls only a qu**stion of lime 'or their torn to nome nut ror tue d lo sutler r m ni.-oi nu wrens that i an! elbon boro nfferen " ** Ki mini.' ** ls ii"W iu ns lantb weak and no ebonge will he mods In 'bo sttraotton for many ween Tho Casino rMf-gardsa niuo attraeta many visitors, A. M. Palmer, Uko a sensible inati. has spent fas greater part <>f tba time bo bus paned l; .st, while bis count,my is ploying In Cncago, al ins quin u.nial ly lion u near .-t.ait.fard. (Ju olin of bis uriel bit ponptring \ lalla to tho city last week ho nidi " I nave nothing nat good new* to tell you of my company au 1 ta ur Chicago seitsoL'. I don't Hunk any Helter Liinuc-s list l.e- ti done lo that city bj a Vow-York siock coiaiatay. li waa a refreshing reuiiui-eou-o of o.d Uaioa Sqean day* 'Love's Martyr.1 us jae ban hoard, met wau luetaut | *i fee**, aad I eli.ill undo ll.tellly opeu li y sra-i,JU wita ll j at tula bouse, in i iug the ciiii'.a.u engagement I rt .all I also produce Btr Charin Young's p.ay, ' Jun, the 1'eu n an.' Which bas been the ? ic, eal of the a. a-mi in Loudon, it takes its title, as you moy have i.e.tr, , ii im nu.i. ;uti sud at nus tinto well kneen tc-rter, ..ii" bel thin linnie given I,tm ny nts coi r, idOSa Harv la August oe open ia gea lr inclseo. w..eio I expect we abell o i ii",.??!,liv. I am ni.ituio i at i lie Qndounled success whick Mr Ilsa-Beld bas sehleiel bete, for in..: ran Hint th.- pl tv mut have leonie 1 aa eil ram Unary hold mt thc N'ew-Yul S public to biivetliawn -min hu,.-? lute season ol the year. Mr. Mansfield 'ms S great tulure I doro him, tu my opinion, 'or ho la not only un in Hat, muan excellent ma. ul ?lin irs." F.rnost Darner, wke us Bartley Campbell's noolvet ha* had much tu do witu the s--ttleiuc.il ol that unfortu? nate playwright'* allairs sluice hs entered the Blooiniug .I,tie Asylum, was tal tin. tho other day to a ft lead mvut I aiupliell. ? 1 se.) him uearly every day," said be* " an.l fora weekor two mero han bee , no 000000 in er tier direction, fat ? mouth or so. Iiuw.ver, he b?s boee vastly improved bola mentally and pbysially. Ho .nows most of Ins intimuto Meads, hut his tuen,ur. doo* not seoul to lou, li any recent oe.WI unices. His latw nfs ??'eilis a I.lank a id be talks as if be Wen -till iii tao old ' My Cat I ncr ' days. Tue other day he recite I to me ni.me verse* ho hid wntten and n Bored noni uo tapa* ai memury'vlille doing so, and tba poetry ItseH wai a* lca*t Intelligible, When be nisi wont to Bloo.u liudaie bo Spoke mid wrote nure BOBSOOOQ. 1 am eurktllg hard Ml bis atlairn an 1 am rein, lug t .eui to *.degree ol or lei. of co.nee at piotenl ibero is . ? sol a I ely uo luco oe, nut wttnu tn., neeoa begins I shall begin to (ia)' oil Mbl of the liabilities and lame to bc aide to continue doing au u .til all are -leered oil. 'Clio' and 'A Heroins in K ..* ' I receutly ?old lor ,_'? .no i and on July _7 ? St'.-etla ' will l.e sold bf auction nt the Morion Hoiiso. lu r-e,itointt**r I .end ' Tlie Wuite BlaVO1 ou the toad us usual .11''. shill. I tullik, keasp ll there thrungli tne season to g.md nunnie..* Altogether I I kopo aol filly to pay all the .lebte, but Insecure some salvage out of ibo wreck foi Mr*, i amp! eil. " To-morrow Blent ** Paika " will *ucceeil ? The ('rowing i Hen " at Wallaek'a with a cm laelndlag many of those ' who ni pea-.,l lu tho 0[era ou Itn drat productluu al Ihe 1 ('.taino. It Includes Hertha Klnol aa Mee, Ho Wolf nopper ss Von Eulboch, (.forge C. Bouita-'o, :r., n liuicrcU, sod Alfrol Kieiu a? Pelican, besides nu .er Wilke, Harry Maodouougli, Agues Brown and Joete Knapp. I i-n al! tuo b"iia,n lu town, Wallaok's suOuro.l la*l week Ii om tho boat, bul tho business wa* neveitue i.-.n* lurge uiiu i0li to clear expenses, and tho sea.nu lia* or the wboiO 4. eu u piulltai.le ono. At tue rut ol ti.ia week tbe bouse will came and tho ooiupttuy will play at the Hattons- Theatre. Wa*>iia,'t?n, rm- tuiee wee**. Tur.ugh Aug.ut nu nf Mr. MoCaull'* companies wilt real aud ou Au.iisi. ,M ti,e uaw nper.,'? 1 ,,e A nil tsaatlnr," will be ku ru uer* i>) on*, company, will e auolUer will open the in-w theatre al Toro'ito ou .the tens date au 1 tl. 'Il open three UllW lbs. tl en III fleet * Ol |0 Val HUI* c.'ie*. Tho third com pant will sun out in (.cloner and will prut.ably cunno itself chiefly to "Tie Blank Hu-sar," tua. mg lu tnose cine* not reached during last ie .Dun. During Mr. MoCuuli'* ab-ieooo in 1. a ru pe bl* I Haine,? here I* belug looked atier by B. 1). Me ve..a, loan a Hem mare 1* uo moro popular manager la the pro tension or uue more glveu tu hard wodi. Mr. Mansfield In ** l'rtnoe Karl " at the Madison fl.uare Theatre baa found like bin uelghbore tual untiling will crowd a theatre winni the iii-nu.minter ls pvriluusiy uear tbe iiinidieals. He baa, however, uo reason to complain, for on Monday night he had the best bouse lu town and through tba week the business ba* beeu remunerative. This may be lu part tine io tbe fact that ba haa glveu a fillip to the popular I n te re* t by lulrodu lng a new eo tertaluiueul Into the third asl wi.ic , seems to bsre tickled ibo popular ru../. A sketch "A Hummer Hotel " la certainly apropo*, and a* Mansfield gt?ee lt ?twin* lo be funny emmes to Murnini over tbo th-rum ni..t.r. A rainer original compliment was ib-t paid ny him lo the (mululu* part of bis au '.lenee last nig ti? lt err sort of pretty aouieuir baa up lill norn usaan re? peatedly given by different manager*, but tl waa led for Mr. Mauadeld to tickle the palate lurnea.) of tbe aye* He gara lee cream daintily aeries bel wean tue Brit and aeoouo ooto, aad will |roba.ly repeat Ue eipotin.a?t thU week. STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE BA RCOUItT TU* MlQMTl WWNTgMJA V -"ro?-a /.-acion Utter rn The A merit*,. Heui,i? A keeper once gav* Bia ah la.ornun ac. . lol...',, . iV-T1. _.____* _ c**rr>-"'-' *???? ?<?-". aolruRiu_!_ Me w i..han..ur down at our ploeo lam Var rn* n ii-'irnuciiofaahnia' Ihtnkseseet thoughko *_,'.?,_ i.eioby atilnib,.,' two i...?, ?...,. ? , ,? ? u*r ""* wai but what HM mm ogd-M , ?,?,., HeTaeiianrn a hem nohow I hey wu* .,., ? foot *?? ,n?rt f? ' '"'? oil he .ot awful veiet. I *,.pp?? he tboosM I ,?i Tl ecoiliidlkil, 'em arith bi* g..,.. ue',1 lt,ti '.?. ,| ..fj fattie faou" kil"?", ' """it,li '0l l"*1 ""' 3 -?.-. PRR tl DMR T Eur.KS COCtflt. Fromm out rout letter m nt Rte mon i ;',(|,..,i Mia* FOIL a t*au ifni a,.l BCe.moliBuad t,, ,.. idr ol Nii.hviiie. ba* i,,..? tiirniag I ?? maana ?_ tie young oft1c..r* l.ern fdr tne pawl we _ - ,.. . "J ..?.ni,, of Pneidoat Pol*, aaa semi soi,,,, time io l"a*n!ngt..n. where .he w.s oaurtolned attboWhl-S lome. On leaving the city sha lott a unmoor of corn* nth her friend* co,ni.ntiig the a*usl ia?, r ,,'i?? P.P C." w.e.. as th-. - orv gee*, a y-u ,r iadvt__a roll ap la the wara of of a-elety rsmarted tan -22 tan ?o pro ni of bein. President Polk's oo,i?U *hs bj-t o put lt on bor nailing carla.'' POBTBA1T Of lot ise Michie ream a Paru Letter im Ph* Bott . rferaiA A tall w.'uau wnh a ?n?*iii Sloop, K-*. ?? , ,a^t ik oaree woo,-p,eate.i aiippst-. lue ebtteit aioeklB-ra >o**lh!e; a black alpaca akin to her a..k.e*. \ . i ,,> re.?t.ig lacker of dark *,* i?,| ,,,t ? ,, ,? ?,, ' r arue. ludeed amiicny, yet clean, sblmng from r-i.ni roiling. Iliac, hair. wlM a few ware ti rea,t. rut non, lying lu loone wave* to the seek; a one .rai aoe, *iro lg, deoidei feat trea\|.i tlie lurn.it ta OX n* il iwelllBg. oeeraon Praooe In iee any of Batin.ua dlo N-see. knewo as Ihe "eeHn," ani ab.,ve ,. ta. mais i.?rve.lo..s eye* I' ra av-r neen ? keen. aipreaalVP de^u tray-bl a. k. V#TI tabla window* of ilia .ra ld n , i ?'. .kl ,i leltsiitly throil.h then. Nor a feminine yet u .' a mn*. a. ne woman. A Hone**, yet aa t ta a a lam ? - the fu? ller nature nhowlutf itself lu lier firm baud ni: of aaa. ert* to ne naTossee. in-r batted >>f e>.pr*edna, aaa aeatleteet, if ree. will. Tho lettw oaten seen imm*e> itely in the afteuiioiiate way she takn i> arraart tn* m*ie? e(T-ot.reiy. an I, a* atm ?^ ,ta nerte)f, ii tue trick ne lias nf pl tonir one of her lung, finn han la rnifeUp vithln the niher. In au attitude or gaulle listen log, lo. to-.gruonslv, peril ipa, nasiadlae one of soma atu ii.n'i a| i cone.e elana A roice winoh Iii* roar ear- wita aar. ic n .ma luff-etlODO, mu.', hana tuagneiiC power, aa >, of. Hiing "the tout wllbtu ibo aeuso" ot whoever it a4> Unaaaa. LUDWIG'S SCBF.MF. FO'i PAT INS rViir.V. Frama Vienna IHtpa'cA 'o Tie Landon linly \'<rt. Atlii/.nj tue many anec lut.ia, ut ,ra ur l"?* ni ...-'.'ls. vin.-li are in clreulatioo here as pmo.'s of tue tate K,r.g i.d'lwir'l roadne.*, ls the following: Ii Inn nd tia ._. ,he perplexity and auaoyance c.uaed ai lani bf tho iverwbenuing pretaure of bia debts be bu upuu a lotable ?olieuie for rep:enl*Miig the emtv * soffera ot tho Koyai Treaaury. He ao< uaiiy pren ena tn tn* terrona. o organize a gang of thieve* lo rob tbe Dofllo. Yia.aa iud Munich banker*. TBE .Hf'Jf.wr ON 9BBOBTBIR rrntetior M-i.p-r . In TA* hmdun T,,net. The mumu.)' INO. 5.1133) first ta .en out from lt* elise ;a?e t? that of Booroon IL, Boseetrte, n leetinad hy tea jftioial eutrle* bearing date th* tutti and tlgteestB rear* of tbe reign of tue High l'nevt Her-uor-.e-Ameti, *..d ibo HiL'b I'rieal I'.nntem I., write itu black lah upon the .ni of the wo *d-n mummy ease, and tlie ri.r. tber entry of tbe nixieautn year of the Hitch Brier. Pl 0* (em i. written upon ibe outer winding tenet of ta mummy over tbe re.ina of the breast, the presence nt thin la*'. Innrrlption havit.,'been v-ntlsd liv bl* H ..'ti? nea*, the k ne,tire, and hy th* ll,um Inn. nrsooagn there aniem ned, the Brat wrap,ung wan rem oed aid there were auofeuivaly ilise ivers! a baii-i of stuff (*io| 20 centimetre! la wMtk rolled in I'll tue,. ul), tiin.ia ? ?eu-id ?? .Mi- *!ieet *"W,1 hp and k pt lo place br BO-TOW band* pieced al *ouie distal.O' a.-ai I; lli.-.i two tblokasears of imoil bandages; and tti.u a puce el , s linen reaohinr from tlie head tc Hie feet. A IIHIBB teaeinl.i. tne Ouodean Nut. one metre In .en.th. ,s drawn uuuu thl* p .w uf linen, iii red aud sn.ie, .. pro* ai ribed by tbe ritual. Tue protl.e ut tim .,,,,1,.,- i 1* unmlntakjbly deai.ned after tbe pure ind delicate nr.t ff le et Bett L. M he i* known to us lu toe bro re liol a, .i.piur.* of lueoe* and Abyttua. Under ih* tm.lint there wa* found another b lotfen ; thea a .fr of p sen i>r liuen foiled In square* and spotted wini tb* Imii ni? uo ia maller use.I by no saibai mere, thia loot ooverioc removed, KamMe* ll. appealed. 1,' BOed it nug, aud au. til In proportion to the body. Ihe inp of tbe a-uli is .pi: e bare. On tlie tenpin there ara a few aparu hairs, but at the poll nie lett la quite throe, for iii i ii 4 ania, uh at raia: lr. lucan abell Ive centime rea to length. W.il'nat t.e 1 me u' ?!*? 1 ?... :bey liar, been dred a li.ht yellow by tue apian aa- 1 ia ? ut.annul.ut. The fureuoal I* low and Barrow, s r. 1 r-I,-. I'.-.u n-ui, tn* srehnwa *-- ta tl sod while; tae eye* are snail and elane tor*, ker j t 1* ions ls oag. thin, kooked lika the 11'??<-* el tue B ? ir . >n*, and (lightly .-rn is I al ino no br tbe p en,.ire nt .lie bandages. Tlie temple* are nuuk ??;''??? eb Stbtion rery pro sittie nt; tba ear* ru uni 1 s anding far mit fr 1 1 * .ead aud p. one I lue. nina- ,,r a anion fer inc Ora % tt earring*, lae Jaw..one 1* BMSStVS and siru..; hs chin very pu..in.tent; the month smalt. ? r. tiilek-llpped, ana full uf tu.no kimi if black p ore. Tnt* piste boiog pt y ?ut away with the sdMora, ffloeloaed sun- iiiU'Ii Worn i-id v*ry bntile teeth, whicii. Bkireovor, um ? lite M I wed pmorvod. Tua munta -lie tod b "ard sn tala, Ti. f le-in to 11 ive been kep- ali itch 1 in lg I f ?. bul w^-re iit.iiai.iy allowed to grow aortog ike ...-: t's I .it Uioros ; ir t-ley may have gToWB a!'-r death. 1 ie boirs a* waite, like those of rue bea I ss 1 eyebrow*, ba sra i> 'r'i ind bristly, and frnui two to ll; ree iii lu eel rea la loot a. 1'ne skin i? of earthy bruAM s,-lui ..-?,! stltb bink. ! il? lly, it ill ay lie sall that th' face ol lae iii . limy give* a 'air Idea of the face of tbs Utlag kt I ?- Hie ?_ ,i:i*?SHJll I* UUIlitell ?filial. p.-Ila;.a lllgllUl 1 - u.'l ; buj, even linter the somoa IS gi iteeq ie iisgalsa of iiiuiiim ii'.r.io 1. there la |i . hiv te ne te 11 an air nf suv-.e _n mojoei y. o resole ?. an ' ot p rm rest ol tko body lea* w.-n preserved .i* .u- aeidi in in louse.j,leuce ot t.e rt ?! I, ii.ti or tho UaauoB let uer..a. a?,.,*.?; ia ..an ifs-UKe, I .e a ?. ii loo tb .-r nan tae re rte ural rolautB. i'll" eheet ls broadi me 1 ,0 ild'-r* are a,pi ire ; tho arma are n a.. 1 BpOS ' ??* Jl-.a.sl. tho lia.ala on an.a., Bud dj si w tb nen 1.1. a,ni bo wound li ins .a.'i at-, ti.r it.-ti .'.'??? t 11 eta* laloiere ext reefed the vi--era, ta largs aol ?>;??? 1 t ie e.'t and tb' -'hs ar .1 M*.a is feet ne lot .'. tteod r, ii.uietvii.it Bat-sole.*, and dyed, liku lae ...,;-. nth lenna. Tb* eorpro is tb it or in old man, bm ni t v..- ??> im ail robust old Ul li. We know, lapel, Uti I a ie**** II. rolgoed for sixty toveo y.-ara, iud lb it ne _.aal have been Heany luo yearn old Wiinn bs -lied. TUE > I.!".'. Wi TT BRON. Ei - a i'ie ''-,, IS 1 ( t.'iii'r. One of the pl ? ..a , eal of UH) u.d young mao <>f Waaha tl.lou la tkO HuB. Ilaivet ll. tl .niel son. Hie lather of bleary w'attereea. in.....,..- ia yoareetl .1 t**ll au t aiigasn t '1 , 11 mau, arlu a I <m- neal ->t graj bair, a white .eard falPng upon bia cb s>. .tad 1 pall >> lb. bri <t uni ki desi b.iteoyea ton atilt and anywuere. Imagine this mau io bc .seventy lite ta-.j. a 1. out ll tba a .ma time t,i li.ave about With iS ll n a Step ?? ll 1 ..1 . 0 wa* bat th rtv-tiv -. Usteo to kia rmi ??. and it ?iaa fo-.th 1 , strong 1 ii ?*! u> iee, 1. a to bim, iud aa ?lil loll you t a be fe -1 youugsr sa ike year, groe ?< 'i-r, ni that be bopn lo . t-t for mi j ..-..a yea. Sahl Mr. Witter.nu nan to ne, la ie.,-- ? lion : " 1 lie ll*' -a'.,*n o' uni.-a lulling faoa ? ? ? -i IO bl* Volon. i c 1 1 ,-,. "ii rae s'l'-.-t ml ipaaK :. sa.'U ?linen an eau be ll-*: ?! Iliree .,-. .1 1 ie t f . la ..ti,'. I apeud u.v elater* at W isb og ou and mr suu - ti Louiaviile, aud wbile ibero 1100k over . - 1 tne ii'Wap.tper olllce and a-a 1 no 1 il h. ? pipe * ?' \*f. 1 am-i ol in ti I am alive, .ni 1 fool lbs mr >i health a! this aga is ! ie o I ? .. i-ra".". ni I '. n ll ll " ?? lognyniftobo worried then aurthlng 1 ... viy ca rein, of my eating, and I bare uot bad Hire* 1 aappy boora from w.n. ia my wane Illa huea 1 clubbed my tor-, I Bive not damael tbs laivame ? caiiae of my e irelea,,, nt, ont llmitied Ms I.- I IBM I din uni orel, mc BOOk.** Perfect Hail' Indicate* a BOtanl Bod h-a'.t'y 1 S H S ?'? ie' ?> t!u, sat ... ino gland* u.i .041 tebin 11 una meat ia ob 1 . Wlien. Ill CoilSf'lU' U. ?? nf - - I SS ! ? .' US, IBO !' XlT ,. I week, fun, a-M rny. Ay.'* H i-f Vum wi 1 strn nan it, reaiore it* or ? 11. n *. ott SHS its rial a el tige mt growth an.l impart lo lt Ibo IO tte wi 'Cv. SI ?' v 1 h I 1,are used Air* ll*ir Vigor fn t I BUI ( .'.viu-ed nf itn VOlOe. W.em 1 '*' SSS ' '<S my nair b-g t to tura gray eoe sm - un Vi r. aud wa** ll tinned at UlB I I -1 I ? ' ' '"l .,.,,? mern ibo cot.. u> mt bair, bal a. m snot lita growtt that I have n >w tu 1 * 1 I ..i aver Ktlwards, Cobiett-r. M.. . Ayer's Hair Vigor, hold br all Dragglats and I"-rfu ier?. -J. VT ir you auk sfi-'KKius'.i from aekliltraB- len of ip pe"tei *t yent stsmssb ta on oteeaor. at ta a miodeea. ruaed. take Ator-s BarssfsrtUU. ntls >. ' ' ?? "' rrt'' "* physical force and e!av.ci*r t . -h 1 n. a ion sssnsanlr ano eueodily thau auy to ila fat J." ivi I L Porsit months I sui.exed Irom tim md snssseh inn hies. Mr food del not uo.ir-?h tn . ail 1 mm eeek ?* very tau. li et.iofiste.1 1 tao- Bia SOU n el A - -?"'?'> parilla, aad wa* cut?t^lu-.on M. Peiaset, --: rm.-Sld. Hil! Ayer's Sarsaparilla rreparetl by t)r. J. 0 Uruggut*. Pries tl Ayer ?- ('?? leweii. M*t\ ?11 boll!** SJ. a ^ola by INFANTS INVALIDS FOOD tub BMUr ?sarJhsB_aahe^ luvalaaul* la Cliqi.-.K t 1> J*"'?l _'mTr4i*;ooeoA liiaKKilnl-kBadaii ?K*_?^*2*^,jSeniS ?**_ looa fer llreaeoilc*. ?'weaMe*i.llne-: ls*-. n<MUirta) ?? rvrfeei aairloi-l ia all wa-ung d?_f^^ohBn<i,uai tutu* ina Keeewlu |_Lfi__*i'f*____B ST?h-??*** twit'The can aad yen ma of le/n *s_ J.__ jg^^ DBUk-aVi^UAi-ll At Wk, ?ee4*--a Basan