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I' girls j.v .tit tin nrn.tm j Wlij- No One Will liver Know What the I'll 1 1- reiillit-i 'I iilhc.l AtKilU. 'iti.rl,V".iC'li'"V. i Tlin Bylvanla yumi I ili determined a. fow 5 '"ajsiiiM tlint In die it.i uf human ovenH g- the times were im-1.' .v secret orunnlnc 1 tton: it was ! i" 1 kind of soeiot debatlnc r clul, ntnl 1 ov-s . f .1I1 .11' wero of eouro o- i-hldf-d. T'ip) -,V-I ! 1.11 to bn 11 "(tlrl's Jf fcocrot" foi'lo'i. 11ml (hoy solemnly deci.-ireil tlmjr wer. ko nit t have it tlint war or not at C . Jill. Torn' ul .111 hour tlio vuiins IaiUcr cnt rnsd convrv.Ml. 11" -i mna linI thi-cour.ico to F "XPJiinfo mi ui-iiuh atloii. At lnt, linwov-or, I iinn of tin-in -iitr : I tlmt they itct to work. J 'J hey I.11. iv 1 ) iiuulit tuhirvo n I'rusldcnt. Villi lii'W t . rv t tin u;ii tlio iHHll(in. . inietirl .il. slui lniil lii'nnt her father say thM nil i'ri-M tits oiii'lil to hooloctod by a liu'nroti. tlii y yolfctcJ u young lady vlntu 1 1 1 y i'..ii Idci-ed .1 favorite with every imp. ntnl -die ili. hired which nno of thdr num ' l.,-r should lo 1 -o. Mini: olllcnr. und tliu tlin 1'rcM b-nr wns i-l.-nt.-il b n IKipular vote. Next 11 r-eeret i') v. .is -li in'ii l.v tln volco of tho vln.le iisacinMr. I' tiiklinl tho itlrls ItiimcnMf !y Invito, nnd alttr tin-) said " e!" or ",o"' tiny ivulil all laiiKh for tho ninoo of about live mlni-lc. Win milnr va permanently restored tho rn'iili'iit aiiii'Miiii'i'il tint niiueMluu wns open ir discus-ion. fh word hnd hanlly nad J lino to esi-apo ln'1' lip before ilxtron clrls leaped from their e!i-iirs and sixteen ltnul taiiKiius volnos "liour.it, "Mr. Presldentl" Tim peone that full. '.red I occurs the pen. liniuino Mxt'Tii cirlx ull making :i speech on ' tlli' ariiiuli)Mt ul tlio "iinio tlmn. Iliel'rt-si. di'iit i-n-ped and p ini'l1'' I on tho tabln and trii'd tn liilntlipni I 'onltr, but her volcnn v;'ll iih tlio K1111111I nf (In- tjavi'l ;ai lot In tho in. II .is oiipnt tlm dobuttTN woro woll .irvparcu for tlindlii'tiMiiln. for a tlmoworo mi thpv warnu'd uti to t 'liinHtlon. and tholr sinIi'i'II iinM.-l'iiH'i Milnos nmd tlm rull'iiir la'tlc. Th 'lainii I i'antovay. tlio'n.'rlttiiriil lli'itliM.n that liunu' on Hip wall roxo and foil, iil'd i'Vptv lnnr nnd thrli '1 chair would bo "out furiously ncro'is tin1 m mi ainuacUfilsi fti.er udvanci'd noar r to tlm fintit. I'nn lipiiillnu f -iMpi'ii 1 aim of nmln un p"iitliiK m-ptlciiiatloiiK cnnfui'd nnd ihi?.?lpil tlin pyn Itlio tho roul iik d rapid innnhlnxry. mid nildcii but illri'i C'iItiiii to tho balol tb.it foil 'ition th oar. l)ci.'ilonally two op Polntrarmr. would I'fponioi'iit'rlni'd n thoy u-plri'd toitflli-r to tlin rmllni;. Then tlioro was an inslanl pauso in tl nt I oality. mid owi ' would cn'D iiai'i: tn hm that tlarod with tho llii- uf di'i nip. soniottinci n fair dohator would stop for n 1 frpeondnttbe pud of a in'iiloiipo to caU'h hor lirridh and sco what ollocl her oiatory w.im ImMnir on the ret: but wlipn li0!.nw tlint tbpy all ru-hpd ln'edlushly on slip plunued v iiiipo morn into tlio madili'nlncKPO'.'i.'h.ai:d hor 1 olcu wiis ln'iird uooo tin- roar. -, Tlio I'ri'iddi'nt, ngond I Ukor hprsclf. had nt hill jlclilcil to tlm fonifiil udds nnnlnt hor ' ii'iil .ank liaok Into luir'c.it wr.iiiped Inslloni'o j-nd dvpair, tlm o r 'tar imrl"d h"r fnco In hnrhund nnJ wort, but Mill thop sixteen richly fri'fehtpil orators lloatod callantly on ovi'r tho Ktoriny wtvos of debut 0. J)ut ns tlmo j) woro by nature's mlinuited forces bpsjnn to ) rebel, and ul Inst, like tlio dearon'R wonderful HM, 1 oiic-lioi-o Hliay, there v.. is a urnnd enllnpsp, BHk H I ntnl tlio whole .sixteen in the bamo instant y I dioiipcd lantlnicfriiin tlip ranks. Hfl H Altera feiiifnl .sileiipp of about a niliinto one oftlm clrlscot up ton-mark that she thouiclit H it was perfeetiy ili'-cuslinL- for nil tlin BM IB 1 other pills to pominoncn talking when shn ' Minted to st oak. to which thorn followed nn Hi' I'xcltpd chorus of vn'ces which unid plainly, nl- B M i tliouuh the words u.no not distinuulsliable. IB that each one wn under tho eamo improaslon. f Hi ' lly n Iiowerful use of the i;avej. nlded by her ' foot, tho lVeRident wan able to ituoli thomut- I . teiiiiKf of this. seoond storm nnd deolare peace H I in Warsaw acain. Tho armistice. Iioweror. t was ofMiort duration. The lrl bopan to cnll for the decision of tlio Chair. Each one wan j Rllrn .shn had nuiijo the best polut.s, and felt IB 1 Imr brow unrniini; to tlio laurel. i.' The President arose nnd in a few words ? stated that Mm could not docldo the question from the fact that Mie had not been able to dis tinguish a sinulo word that was said. K 'i lint wus enouch. Tho last t.yllable was j ntill lincerJnK on lier lips when pandenionluui H j broke looo acain. Cries of " f reason" rent I I tin- air, and in a prent throne they made for H j that l'r. sldeiit and brouuiit her down from the m 1 ehnir with force of arms. Tlio Fceno was In- H j di'-cilbabh'. The wildest excltemont pro- 1 1, vailed, and nmid the eonfunlon. while bnttle m I r cries and .shouLs illlpil the room, tho reporter H jl i liiado cood hi- esonpe. nnd once more In tho m Jl opi nnlrfaltored. thanks tohenTon. for life. m. And tills is tho story of hew tho "Girls' Ro- (I t cret" Society rose. HouriMiud. nnd decayed in f i a slncle nitrht. H j I .sui.i.irt.ws taj.t. stout. H ! If B I II Inccnlonsly Inbumnn C'nndaet with Which HB U Sic Cliarizen b Furnier. K Jl ' trinnlht I'httatlrliJitil Fmi. PS y FpTKrrnK. 3Io.. Juno R Ten days aco Henry B v Enlllvan. a prosperous farmer and cattle raiser K f of this icinlty. le'.t homo toco ton nelchbor- Jl j inc town, where he purposod huyingn number B J of cattle. Mnci-that time nothinc was heard B H l of him until to-ilny, when he walked into his (I , linmo lookinc so bacgnrd, unkemiit. and ills- B- I) I reputable that no one reoORiiized him. lis j J told a straiiKo story of bis mishaps whllo ab- I il , eent which lnestIi:atlon substantiates, ft ; il i ,horP ,r.'" n-'0' ln makinif n deal with V ; jj Charles iVilson, a fanner. Milli.m cot tho best I ! I I of it to the extent of several thousand dollars. C ?!'v P0 Preyed upon Wilson, an eceenmo f jj b-ichelor, that he deterraineil upon a tlondish i K roHincc. In a deei canon near the road which j riulliv.m triiMilled was a larce cave which no II oiiu bad eor explored, nnd which was reputod S. I to bo tlio den of ferocious wild animals and j venomoui. replllns, f , I f Asb.iultingMilllvaiint a point nenrthecare. f I I S JMI-ondrncct'd his captive into it. htrinpinc B ; f. him tuikeil.ho bound him flimly to a cinnt col It, ifl unin and left him. Here, with tlio -linio from ' II S '"' L'nv', dnppinn on lilm und witli vermin. 14. hus,ana repulslio wormsi crnwIliiBoorhlm. - I B bullian epent several days of unspcakablo E ' nitnnr and misery. 1 ft It was not his captor's plan to kill him nt M . II M c""'" "" was to dm by inches. Each day ho HV 1 mil W ihited Sullivan, brinirini; with him ut food K - H il ennujih lotirolonc lifonnd toninkii Ids HUlTei V iH lllE1 inusiithousindtiiKciworsotliantlionBonyiir HI I IK death. Vilint Sullivan sulTcn-il. ho enys. can B iiM I1& nevei-bo told. It wah woro than tho torments HI II IIIr ?' Il0"' '"'' lendish captor would brine Hi lllf lieiped-up dishes of fond, and, plaelnc it jut B 'lilai beyond his reach, would clo.it over his acony. W IK A week of this and the iirlsoner was so woak B )'jm illK nnd mentally such a wreck that Wilson, fenr B pm WlK- inn ho miclit die before ho hnd sntislled his b rB Iff K reience. adopted raild'r tactics, and fed him Bfi t M III) libni.llly for 11 few days. BV C,B II IK '" "" "' lh elloits ninda with revived jil'llfffi Mieiu'th Sulilvnn bioko his bonds and fled. (i IllJj Ho Uiuiiil his way homo nnd told his pitiful M IHSf itory to nls wife, who started tho nuthorlticw S I IKt P" 'h track of the inhuman Wilson. Tho T, H XT lattel has lied, and, ns vot, no traces of him f; I ha-.e been found. It ho is cauht no court of ffl. II 1! jtlMlen illl try lilm. ft II Sullivan i? r. m-ntal and physical wreck as f Hi; (he 11-siitt of his eulTerlncs in the cave of .w IIB liorrois. X am Vliu Hut ar on da Moon t m ' im I vw-.ton. Mo., June K ror more than a , M Nn wen's past tho 7lKlcoIoro.l inhabitants of .Si-ed- " "m il jnorv'. a suburb In I he southern part of tho city. 1 Jl ; flf? hnvo been '.vondorfully stirred up by a peculiar ", m W. I'henrinenon iiiblo at full moon. ' ' ' . S ltwiui noticed thut about 11 o'clock each Jj! 5p nluht. when the moon was at Its brightest, r. Js g. peculiar, dark shadow would partially obscure : 8 tliu llsht of the orli. It would travel Mowly it ui'iox-" Hi j lucoof tho 1110011. occuiiyim: nearly ff K -thirty minutes h- it passaao. When it was it llri-tnoticnj, hut littlo attention waB paid to it. jiB ft t olnrml ueii who had eeon it swore that a man Vi'B S! yarrvlns a jiaok on his back passed each ntcht BJ E Iwiiween the moon and Needmoro. llecurriuc t(B I Fiifronuenily that It boe.imo nnlchtly occur- TM ii'iicetho phi'uoimu.on wns observed, and tho .' fi t'ohirod peoplo became franllc. ftB (r - I ho shadow was reuaided as the portent of ? foiiiodii-.id lUltatlnn. Jiy someit wusthoucht l , f to herald tho cuniii-j,' of tho Messiah, whilo 'gm f- oilu'i.s looked upon It as u soloiiin wnrniue to j?B ,v Kt ulone the hen rooMs of tholr nclclibors. .CB. J 1 ' orthivod.ijH now mcotiiics of tlio colored B.. I 11111ploh.no I oeii eoiutantly carried on in the fO Jli'lliodlht Cliurch nt .Needmore. Day nnd !- 'B. , JilKbt prayer nit'etiiitfs are held, anil so irreatly ) f, yoil.oilup have the) becomo, that work hai ''rl;V been ab.indi d. They pray durlnc the day- ,iBj IlKnt. nail at nlsht watch for tho mnrch of tho flJBj bluulow across tho moon. When it is seen tho B iwcroos uo into paio.sms of roar. The womon Jf faint and Did iiiou ciovo! on the cround Willi , B their faces to tho earth. Several cai-es of inir 'BjH f tlalorut Icasttomporary Insanityureroportod. Bli a' ,::i" f'"e ',i!',,, bJ" " ,rl "' Scrrr. I Hi f I'rciti the St, Fa'vii mii'Pr rtrrtit. '' I jj f , San' Au, Tot.. .Juno U.- Iteports received Rl I ' Ik re to-day state that 011 Sunday HohStock- 1 ! J'laii was iiistantlv killed mi the lllaiuliii ranch. 4 H d i i nlerdoeount,nb"iit 10(1 mllo-southwest 1 m-H i or San Aiit'clo. Ijuly iii the mornlnc Stock- ' in.itieullod on two) o-.inu' ladles iiaiiieilMon- 1 i by whom ho was tronted coolly, nnd, ' bui-poslnt: tlmt Charles Jilnndlii. a young .1 A I ri'ii'lunnii ne-ir there, was tho eauo of hi., 81 Jf ' "" He.itrnnit by tlm y.iiini: ln.Hu-, lelt. ro- ?,! 1i f ', ii'-'iiJlie woiiliUillllliiiidiniitslu'lit. rl 1 , V'c iIIm-i's .Moiiiiie, who weronloiio at their 1 '".' ' .""nnch, saddled their horses ..ulcklr it Sf ',"'- "u:1. to Inform lil.iii.llu of Stockman's '5 inreits. lilov had proetedi'd only nboiit half 61 J;.'4 houtni'rwero i.vortiikou by Mo-knuui. j fl ;'"11.,.'i.'"!,11".,"l0,",it,'"ioioi he would put J '' ,',11.1"' tbroiish their heads. While tho h ,fl 1 f,;, "f, . "' "'" J"'0 'MiHH ion,,'. no Imr H 11 ' j:' 1 'lt;nB,lc,,,'l',onu'rsnlniiw lib stock. I SJ V11,,,1 "Ii?"TI V110 VJ '.'"' "huhtly in aihan.-e. i fi wlh.ii.i1 ' ',,!l'' olnod about Um y.irdr. she f; j, ZV riL1' ''u.' hor.iiiti. rod., nt fiiflRpeo.lt.. t 4 .-1 . I- hr s.'A0. !' " ''"his dl-liint. followed t J i fni.r.I'l'nnV'1. "I9" 5!n,,lnP''' I'TSO Was tllO ;j I f ), '"'-'"lUiof his .ipiruachin: dni:..r. il I"1 J1.. , .cdw, .' a ,m tin. troul.e. m, ,.. ti i ""'; I '' 1 "' S.IM111; ,"1 'ther ton arllmro m I ',;" -i','. nod wasinlhi.e tol llftini: tit. liis BBBb! 3 ;;;'henl31nudmilrd.witl,tlioXvS eoAXKrtt motors jovhxkt. The Trip nf an Isjnrrd r Orrr Intrne or Honataln nnd Deitrt. Lou A?rnfit.m. Mnr 2'!. Thero Is now Irlnc in tlio Sisters llospibil a miner named John tVmloy, who wns broucht to this citron Hat nrdny by two of his friends, Chnrlcs I-Mdy nnd M. Dolnn. from Lincoln eounty. Nv., whom I hey have been workini; in tho VA Dorado Cunon mines. Conlor Is n mass nf bruises and broken bones, nnd thoocli liis injuries did not receive any attention for almost 11 week ho is restinc easily and his chances for reoovery are cood. The hardships ho has iindnrcons show him to bo a mnn of wondorlul ondurnnco and iiecvo. Lust Sunday ho and a nutuhor of miners were worklnc In thoKl Dorndo mine, twentv-Ilo miles from the Colorado Hirer. Just after npltincofl n bin blast Conloy entered the mine abend of his companions. A few seconds later the shnft cnveij In. burylnchlin under tonii of rock nnd dirt. Tho men know theru was small chance of Undine Conloy nlie.but went to work with n will to die out their friend, in a few houm tho mass of earth nnd rocks was romovnd and Center's 1 odrwns rnlsod to the mouth of tho shaft. Ho was still alike. Two immonso boulders had knocked him down, but fortunately they fell ncnlnst ench other in such 11 way that a small opening was loft for his head, nnd thus ho escaped belnc crushed to death instantly. His body down to tlio hips was nlo protected to n ccrtnin oxtont. but his backbone and leirs woro terribly raan kIpiL and In falllni; he received some uirly bruises on tlio head and face. Thero was no hospltil nearer than Los Anceles where Conlev could recclvo tho attention that his condition demanded. As the neatest pulnt to tho railroad is at Needles, a distance of 117 miles, a majority of tho mon w-ould hnv i;Ien up ami allowed their companion to din in tho wilderness, but Conloy's partners nr not cf that kind. They lost no time in iMnc up n rouch stretcher, and in a few min utes after Conluy was on his way to Lis Anii.'lot.. 1 he distance to I In Colorado Jllvor' from the mine Is twenty-live miles, over a country that Would put D.-uth Valley to shame. Tlio first ten miles is oxer rouch mountains and lava bods, nnd at ono point tho two brnvo men had to strnn tholr disabled companion to his "trelclier so that thoy could let him 01 or a liliifTbynJona ropo thoy carried. They had to make n swinciftt bridiro across ratines, and at places it took thorn lioursto niaken loir yards. 'J he heat was something terrible in those rough mounlnlnsi and most of tho tlmo tho thermometer stood at 120 decrees. The rest of tho routa Is over u ilesort, and snernl tlmos the men thoucht they would hnMitocivoup. buttherdld not. nnd readied the rler just thirty minutes nftor tho steamer passed down to Needles, n distance of ninety two miles. Thero would not ho another stemur for a week, and poor Conlor was sink ing so rapidly that thoy cvpected him til die nt any moment, Thoy know that it would not or do to wait for the next steamer, and they woro about to build a mft whon some Indians in a MitiKy uoai pui in an appenrunce. 'Iho l0Ht was chartered and Conloy made as comfortable as possible, whon the littlo party started on one of tho wildest trips over made. Tho rlivr Is very rapid and is so dnncerous that few poonle attempt to navigate It in small boats. They made tho trip down tho river in tan hours, but here luck was against them, for when they reached Nocdles they learned that tho train for Los Ancolos hnd justlpulled out. Another delay was caused, and tho party did not reach this cltr until Saturday. K en when the party reached this city they ran against bad luck, fortho Count; Hospital wncon nnpponed to be sent to tho depot by mistake and after placing tho wounded man In the ambulance ami tolling tho driver to go to tho Sisters' Hospital he objocted. Ho said he was acting fortho County Hospital, and In sisted on taking tho wounded man to that place, but Kddy.who Is a typical Westorn nun, put on his war paint so quickly that tho di Ivor changed Ids mind and the wounded mnn was iiulekly carried to the Sisters Hospital. The doctor In attendance on Conley Is conlldent ho will recover, but bo will bo crippled for life, and may never be able to walk again. CVflti AXD TUB CAT. A Suflfcrlnc Feline Came Itelircen Two Hon Is Taut Beat a One. From ttif Cltmyo itaiU Ho lives In Evnnston. and during the past two years has boon paying his addresses to one of tho moM chnrming girls on the north side. The wedding day has not been named, but their engagement was announced almost a yonrago. Several weeks ago. whilo they woro walking homo from church one Sunday night, they ran across a cat that was waiting niteously on a doorstep. 1Do you hear that, Jim?" she ex claimed, grasping hiB arm with a closer crip, " Tlioro's something the matter with that poor little pussy. I'm going to seo what alls it1' " Nonscnso 1" no replied. "Let's go on; the cat will take enre of itsolf." "No; let's see what Is the trouble." Without more ado tho young woman ran up to the cat. and was horrified to find thut tho animal had orldently boon run over by a wagon, ns Its spine, was dislocated and It was barely able to crawl by dragging Its hind lega "She's done for, sure enough." commented tho Evnnstonian. "Sho won't last long. Como on. now." The girl suddenly straightened up to her full height. "Do jou mean to say that you would leave any nnlmal to sutler like this .' There Is a drug store on the next corner. Hun over there and buy an ounes of chloroform. Hurry, now: there's a doarl" "Nonsvnso! Vou don't suppose I'm going Into tho business of doctoring sick cats on tho streots at night, do you ? He sensible." "And you don't suppose I'm going to lot this cat suffer hero, do you? Go and bring mo a bottle of chloroform Instantly," "1 won't do it" "Hut 1 Insist." " You certainly can't be In onrnest ?" "I certainly am. If you don't do it I will co after it myself." "Vou wanttomnkemo appear ridiculous?" "Hurry up. dearl" For a moment tho vonng man did not stir. Tho blood rushed to his face, and ho began to grow angry. "See hero!" he exclaimed. "This is carrying matters entirely too far. I will permit no woman to make a fool of mo like tills. I'll get your chloroform If you really In sist, but I warn yon you'll nover havo a chance to do suohatrick again. I will never have nmthinc to do with yon again. Mark that!" " Got flio chloroform." " If I do everything is over between us." "All right: bring it." Two minutes later n fine laco hnndkerchiof Fnturnted with thonmestlietio wa applied by a fair v.liltohanil to the nose of tho suffering brute, and the walling censed. Here this Mory should end. A regard for the truth, however, compels tho nddition of tlio statement that the young man thus farhus actually carried his thrent Into execution and the prospect of that wedding crows dimmer and dimmer. Agneilii' Clini-med Life. iVi w 0 1 1t'fra Journal. Tr.ink Agassin. the solo survivor of the cava In tho Anaconda mine. Is In tho general want at tho Sister's Hopltul in this city, llosay.t ho foels a little sorer on bis right shoulder and left hip than when first taken out. This is aseribablo to tho muscular le.utiun alter tlm torrlblo strain of remaining llfty-llvo hours in a cramped position, Ills left leg doubled up 011 his breast, Thero Is also a pain in some of the Internal organs. The attending physicians at tho hospital apprehend no 111 results, butsay he will recover in a few days. His mind is not the least Impaired, apparently. Agnssin was bom In I'aris. and camo to this country in 1SSJ. He had a similar experience, to his late one when working in a mino near (.eoicotown. Col IIo wns caught In n drift by a full of rock that kept him a. prisoner M dais before ho was rolcnsed. Thon ho had plenty of water, ns there wns a spring at tho end of tho drift whore ho was, and wns not cramped ns ho was this time, having plenty of room to mm e about. Ho had no Idea of the passage of tlmedurlng his Incarceration. When he found himself Im prisoned, with no possible clinnco of oscapo except wllh the nid of others, ho shouted sev eral times, but getting nonnsworho concluded to keop uuiet till ho heard something. At In tervals ho could hear the rumble of cars pass ing nn the loiel ovorhend. He made no call for nsslstanco again until he heard tho sounds of his deliverers ntwoik, when ho called out. and to his great relief was nnswored. Ho has hail .an experience such ns not ono mnn In a million has surrlwil, and from coming through two such trials successfully, may bo said to bear a charmed life. T.onrllneii Among Tl.ouixnds, From ihi ll-t ir,it Firr. Toor girl." shn s.ild. "She must lead an awful life. Hut then she must havo known what It would b whon she married lilm." "Is he unkind to her'r" asked the woman. "Oh, na 1 guess not. Ilutthey lire in a Ut ile farmhouse out in tho count! y with tho nearest neighbors live or ten miles away. Think how lonely It must be!" " i'es .of course it's lonely, but sho has her husband." "Oh, yes: he can't got away rery well," Ho can t go to tlin club ?" "Certainly not. Hu'd havo to rhlo 10) miles or so to Unit one. "And ho doosn't havo to stay nwar from dinner to enteitnln 11 country ciibtomnr ' "If lientnycil away he'd have to go without," 'And shos burc to havo his comi-any evenings.'" "Of emirs -. Hut fliinltoMlxIng on thai vaM pralriu Willi 110 iiei.'liliors-li.udly a houso in sight, ('nn nmthlng !.. nioro umyr" "Oh. yoj." huld the little woman promptly, hat ' Living In this city, in tho mhltT thou sniids, wltheliibs und theatres, but hardly a kui vim know. No.inec.iii buns iiiolyasoiiii whiiiilonpiiiiiiipgthniminli. Tb, loneliness 1 ta little buck iimin uvorlnokh t a co-irt Is P thin,; to the loneliness of . brilliancy Hunted ball room in .1 Mi.ingur in it. . A'L'A ,S",l!1,li' ln lh .iplr Man r reach I ta I'jr ttie y,rl Central, etc lliiii lallr'-zfc , A rBATBKUKU WRATlilM MMrP. An Aura-loon Wliaat Specially Wn North rrly Os1t. ti r.n rJUcj;p .VrTfr-t Tlio crenl lnko loon that h.n for twenty seven years warned mariners of storms from the north flew Into tho fishing schooner ot Cant. LnFovro during the storm on Saturday night and wns captured. "I hnro been llshlng In this end of Lake Michigan for thirty yew." slid tho Captain last oienlng. "nnd Inovor saw but one loon, nnd am sum that this la the.i'hnp. The first tlmo I saw him was about lisU'i. one Mormy afternoon. 1 tried to run him down with my llshlng sloop, and eamo m-nr drowning my wife and mypelf. After that I saw the big f;l loirolTnnd on scleral tlme. or heard lilm screaming In tho nlijlit. It was nlwns just I efnre a great northerly giile set In. As I look back at ovents now 1 roiuombor that whenever I havo seen tho fowl his prosetiro has been a warning of a great slorm from tho northward. "Ho neor showed himself to slgnnl any thing but northerly storms, ns I remember now. except onco-that was tho afternoon of Oct. 11. lWl. Ho cut up fcnirully that day. nnd did not soora to care bow many people saw nr heard him. Ho would lly wildly about, and then swoop down on tho hike, which was ut that tlmo as smooth as glass, mid run nnd My. screaming nil tho while. "'Iho storm wo had that night you remem ber, was a snorter from tho southwest. nnd tho whole town burned up. I mnde up my mind nftcr the great lire that tho bird was a sort of Jll-omenod devil, nnd concluded to kill it. I Cot to carrying a gun on my boat, nnd every tlmo 1 saw tho ohnp for lour or tiro years 1 discharged both barrels at lilm. Ho would dlappoarundor tho water and I thought I had killed him each time, but bo would show him self again just before a,northor was coming. "In 1SS0 or 1881. ono Sunday arternoon. some young follows. In a little stonm 1 much, took up the chase with raw nftor tho loon. Wo prosned lilm hard, and I got a shot at lilm. breaking ono of his wings, as I then thought. I got him aboard my schooner, tho boat I am Milling now. andvvnsi'iamlfilng his right wing when ho banged mo In tho fnco with both wings, toppled over into the water, nnd snnk out of sight. I am convinced that this Is tho same loon, because here Is his right wlngnll bare of feathers that's whero I shot him. ".lust beforo tho sujdan norther sot in yes terday that fowl flew light aloard my boit and let 'no catch him without the least effort. "Last Thanksgiving Day n 1 arty of seven men In a sail vacht hnd a chnsu In tho buslu nftertlilsleon,"cnntlnued the Captain, "which was watched fortwo hours by crowds of pcojilo on tho lnko front nnd Michlgnn nvenno. The loon pursued its usual tactics when chased. It swam and flew around in a circle, gradually making the ring smaller nnd making the chau more difficult for tlin yacht. Suddenly tho yacht was put about head on toward tho loon. At this Instant a violent snuall struck thollttlo ciaft and capsized her. Two of tho men. father and son. lost their Hvos. The others clung to tho overturned yncht. and wero rescued by Capt. Kdward Napier and his tug, which put out from Vun Huron streot." I.ITTLK GEORG Ill'S It I VIO TIIASSIT. The Thrill luc ltlile or n llrlplrss Yonif ter Attached to Tmrttim table. V.iBl tht Sin Frinrirt Vl-ifn.r. A cool, loicl-headcd man In an emergency saved tlie lifo ot a five-year-old child yostorday on Hayes street. It Is a common praetleo with children living on tlio cable routes to dropa Mrlngwith a cork attached in the slot, and as the cable catches it nnd drags it along to follow it up for a block or twn. or until thoy grow tiled. (icoiglo liatscovicli, eight years old, whoso father keeps a furniture store at 1(07 Hayes street, persuaded his littlo brother Splio that they could ride without paying. Ocorgie pio cured a three-eighths, flvetrand clotliesllno from the back yard of the store and carefully fastenel It around his littlo brother's waist. Tho ropo was strong enough to settlo n dozen California stage rohbers. 'llmro was six feet of the ropo loft when Oeorglo concluded to give his littlo brother a free ride, and with somo troublo ho dropped tho loose end ot the clothesline Into tho slot. Tho rope wns promptly taken up by the big Inch-aiid-a-half cable nnd littlo Splro started down the stroot to the astonishment of his big oight- ear-old brother. The connection was made directly in fiont of St. Ignatius' Church. From that point on the child was dragged with tho rope around his waist past Franklin street nndvanXosS avenue, a distance of MX) feet, and ns ho enmo sailing across tho avenue. W Illiam F- Murpliv. who keeps a bm)k More at lot) Hayes street, sawthe pheuonionon He at llrst surmised that the thing was .1 dummy, but a glance demonstrated that it w.i not. It was only a live soungstor tkating with the cablo and no ono to stop it. Oddly enough, all of the laws of motion wero upset with that youngster. With 11 rotonround his waist tho engine hutiso engineer, not knowing anything about a foollMi child being tied to tho cable, it was only nutur.il that when tho lino wns drawn taut in th middle that the child would have to go tho morgue, whether the lino dragged liis head or In-. legs. - Providence und Mr. Murphy saved thevoung eter. Mr. Murphy saw tho baby's predica ment and ran to the rescue. Tlm bovnnd the cablo wero badly mixed when Murphy saw them, and he followed tho child from Folk to tho junction nt Lnrkin street with a view to re lease It from the cable. Thoiowas only one way in which to do it. and Mr. Murphy severed tho connection be tween tlio boy and the cablo at tho junction of Hayes street. Mr. Murphy bears somo evidence of a con flict with tlio cable. Ho iiad been tugging with tlio lad's string with an ordinary penknife, severing ono -trand after anotliorand llnally severed tho connection nt Laiklu Mreet. Tho child did not suffer mueh dam.igo from his unhappy trip. His left ear from cmtact with tho unoven basalt blocks on Haves stieet was partially torn away, and in contact with onostono n gash of four inches was in.ulo on his scalp. Othervvlso ho was not injured. lne of (lie Chnrncfrs of l.onilon. Finn tit -ill Mill Gifrtt'. Tho Plceadillv pot goat has nn particular name. It is about t.-n years ulil. ami lias Ihe.l vith itsproent owner, .Mr. Miller, coachman to Mr. Alfred l)e linthschild. whose stables are situate in Brick street. Piccadilly, ever sliieo it was 1. few months old. Living as he doesiim'.nclhnnrNtiicrncy. and in the very cent 1 0 of tho West Fnd.tliu goat has acquiiod some very fastidi. us tastes, though ho Is thoroughly well behaved. Ho cannot stand wet or cold winterly weather, and he has to put up with much incr,hnieiice at Midi times on that account, ah the go it will not go outatall unless the day be lino and fairly warm, prelcrilnc the co-ey and eonifott.iblo stable as a ruin 111 winter. II is most amusing to seo the goat cuiiio ti the dojr at an early hour in tho morning and lnko .1 can-Iui survey lu all diU'Ctinns If the .itiiii-rlicrli-iil and meteorological conditions do 11 it suit its fancy it turns back ami give up .iiit-d.-or exercise forthod.iy. hliuu' ! the 111 uning prove -atls. fnctoiy, theguit will wall. 11T. and net haps not bo sean again un-il, lb ul nightfall, should a shovvorof ram fall durlii.' the dav, when tho coat is out, it will on its JlrM approach mako forborne, nr. if ut too great a distance for tills, seek us comf jrtalihi a shelter in circum stances will permit, and stay there until the ground is thoroughly di again, iicm-rally the gout is not far wrong in its calculations on tho weather, many penplo in the ncihborhoo I having n.itlci-il tliat when Iho gnat guns out 111 the c.irli morning thu day is sure to boa lino OI1P. His rambles take bin nil along Piccadilly. Oxford street, lb gent stu-ot. and even lurtlu-r luring tlie season, when ho meets mam of Ills friends, who co.i.-: him into shuns and ti.-at lilm to his favnritu cakes and swnctmeals. He has ono uuestionablu habit, which is a liking for tobacco: but ho.wlll only accept a certain kind of light-colored, nilld-n.iv.uvil eiginvtto tabacco. to which lie is rather partial. Many amusing Incidents of Ills adventures, out of doors arc minted. Ho has been known when spit at by a person to mm loiind ami walk off Id high dudgeon In tlm direction uf home, npparently thoroughly disgusted. Iho goat has his regular houw-s uf ,.n In Iho principal Wost tnd Miuarcs and knows nxnetly tlio time 0; day toe.ill when Die most toothsomo morsels nro t.i lolml. Hols vorr particular In his tastes, and will nccept nothing unless It bo exnilly what he likes. Ills niaster. Mr. Miller, has bad charge of Do JiolliM-hlld sttabliuf.ir twonlv-!lu year-, and has always been In tho lml.lt of keeping a goat among tho hnrtes. n practice In which ho has gro it faith, and states that to thl alone ho attributes tho nbscneu of all hifei tuous dis ease from tho stables. Our Siniill Woman' .Vrl-vc, ViPi tie St l.wl fiW.II'n.rrat, "The neryloft mnn I over i--tw was n woman." rem irked W. II. Thompson of Chicago, now soioiiriiing at (lie Laclede. " I was going from Stillivnt.-r, Minn., to Oslikosh.nnil aboard tlm train wen. a dozen pinery ni-'ii who had mrt been pad oil and had cel.-l.r.Hi-d tlm event bv cutting lull of flghtlus vvhlskni. Tlmy 'loo'c the 'train and ran 11 tn suit tliumseli.-s. 'Ill had tho train crew cnnipi.ely ciivved, and Marled u tu make Ihoiiiselies ohnnxfoU'. In the passengers. Tliey wanleil a roir ami weio JlMi-rmlnt-il to havo it, but nobody ai jieai.' I neliui'd to necnmiiii;dat. them, f'lnallv oiuv invaded the Indies coach, whooped, yell- il. and smashnd iho ha'- of main pas-n-iiyrs d ivv-n i;v.-r their ey... A demur littln ' wnr.i in sat In the seat with Imr husbainl. and W'li'ii Ills ilcrby was hiuashid slm rose up Mid whacked thu smasher over tlm head with .1 big hi kory i'.ino. '1 he blnvv soiimlo I like the pop of a pistol am tho bully wvnt sprnvvllni: ur-r ii-i..it. Then how-slm ilid belabor him. Ono nf 1ns companions attempted to cumeiohi rescue and was laid out in llm nlsle. Then she chased the. rest of tlie gang buck into tlm hmiikeriiiid dared thi'in t.i Iciim. il. And tlrtv illilu t. s r ir tlin male ias ug-is, w hadn r 11 w.inl t" say Vv a v ere ev 11 uioie ciu-Calicii tluu (ho bullies." The l'rnuniH until I.linllrd l'iK0nrTrbu!!1if llbr''i", " "" " W 'W' 0reaU, a sriuya siTofi:n is Mb nocmrs. Hon nnd Warm In the Valley. tit i t)Hr urd Amnng tlie Moirulnl" Top. Cr.nn.K CnKFn, Col., Junn-L-Tho flrstthun der storm of tho season here, which ocourrcil tho other day. was omothlnc likely to romnln In tlio memory uf every spectntor for very many years to come, spring hail boon notlco ably backward. Tho nltltudd hero (0.000 feet.) would mako tho scaon Into as compared with that of Now York city, hut this roar tho aspon bods did not begin to swell until tho first of Juno, whilo tho nah green of the ImfTulo'gtnss In tho natural parks did not brighten or A wook or moro lator. Onco or twlco rnlu foil In May, but on each occasion tho rain (urnod (if snow within nn hour or two. nnd tho sconery wns ns bleak as on a day In February. Hut be ginning with tho llrst of last wcok a succoslon of warm days brought the broalh of summer to tho foothills of Pike's Teak so powerfully thntthoas who worked In nooks whloh kept nwaytho wind, but lerinittcM tho direct rnvs of tho sun to strike them, turned ofton to look longingly at tlio snowy crest of the gieat round knob above thorn or away across tho valley nf the Arkansas lllver to tho sharp while peaks of tho Snngro doChrlsto ranges The latter view wns Indeed the more refresh ing, for not only did tho wintre aspects of tho peaks pleaso thu ore. tho green of grasn nnd trees In tlie lowlands thousands of loot bciow was cool and inviting as woll. v Wednesday was u p-irtlcularly warm dny. nnd what was mure unusual, the wind died out lu the uf tm noon, lonvlngtho air almost sultry. Hut this did not Inst long. A black cloud gutherod In tho northwest about tho upper waters of Oil Crook, whilo Plko'slVak became shrouded In by onu of tlie same soin bro color. That about tho peak remained ill place, but tho ono in tlin valloy lengthened out and moved slowly down tho water courses, showing sheets and films of water pourlnjt from beneath, whilo the upper surface was streaked nt, frequent intervals with zigz.ns flashes nf lightning. From Its llrst appearance. It wns a spoctnelo to attract tho. 'yo or thu unnccuMonii-d, espe cially as the plane of tho storm wns 11 little bo low tlio altitude uf tho camp. IJut whon, niter un hour or so. it had travelled nwuy to tho southwest of the camp, and wus seen to swing nround und head toward tho crost ot Piko's l'eak, thu picture wus remarkable. Orouse Mountain, a foresl-eovored peak, rose fair in the course uf the storm, with an el evation "omewhat above it. Approaching this, the clouds rose upon tlie forwnrd side of tho storm, apparently lilted by a current of air. and then, as though buistlng through a too long continued restraint, scores and hundreds of electric tlames darted from the upturned cloud bank at the mountain crest. 'J IIo daz zling flashes of light and the deep lour and re verberations of the thunder among tho moun tains ut once fascinated and silonced the Dec tatois. A few minutes lator tho clouds swooped down on the mountain, nnd then hurryingon fogged in tho peaks round about Tho lightning fnlleil. and only tho swish of tho wind was hoard. Tho air chilled suddenly, and tho wind Increased Its speed. People who had leisuro to look on got overcoats mid wraps and returned to c.izent the mlstv rolls and swells of a storm so near at hand. liut the storm iiulekly passed on, dragging its lengthened trail from the peak it had cov ered over to reveal to hundreds of astonished si ectators a vast white shoot of snow wherever tho clouds had touched. Then tlie sun camo out, clear und cold, mid tho land scape gleamed under its light as on a day in January. The soft warm shower that had refreshed and nourished tho flowers in tlm valley of tho Arkansas bad become a wintry blast littlo short of 11 blizzard onlho mountain tups round about. i-TKnr ixcu a sroiiT. A Dos that Takes I. lie ns II Finds II, la C'ltj or In the Willi.. Fnirith' .Sii Fr iictro CrjritK'r. Tho doc best and most widely known to San Trancisco sportsmen Is a portly, cunning old hound belonging to C J). IjuM on Kearnv street. IIo is a strango mixture of tho blond and tlm tux hound anally divided, ami he seems to have Inherited tho koen uoe ami energetic characteristic of the one, combin.'il most advantageously (for a dog of bis Inclinations) with the nervous excitability nnd relish for sport of the other. Long ago his muster called him "Andy," but with tlie experience of years tho hiund grew in selllshtiessaml intelligence. i lie now enjoys tho appellation of "Andvtho Hum." Often he Is simply " Hum." but still he remains tho same extraordinary animal, partly street Arab, partly sport, and mostly tramp, with nomndlo and prodatory Instincts. His most famous feats aro long trips into the country nlono ln que-t of game and the establishment of a free-lunch route, whh-li has given him a means ot livelihood. Last evening Hum lay strotohod out upon a sheet of paper ln tin. rearot bis master's store, dreaming of his lust tre meal or his lonely trip tu the Sonoma redwood forests uft.-r door. " Ho is the most notlonostdog I over heard of." remarked an attendant, whom Hum re gards ub one of his paitleular Iriends. "When Hun. lakes a noti. 111 once into his land noth ing can change him. "Ho goes where he likns and does ns ho pleases, but alwavs makes his place his. hend iiuartcrs. Take that dog ami you'll imt 11 nil any like him. Fo-vdogs know where t go for their grub, but ho nover worries about liis meals. " That is all settled in his mind. He has his route of free lunches nnd -aloons. "sometimes he grows tired uf tlie eitr and tnkes to tho country. Ho just trots down to tlie furry, sails ovor to Sauajit. and then takps n seat in a baggage car t 1 the redw -ods. "Wo havo heard from him in Sonoma. Cn.'ii dcro. and Glen Llleii freiiucntlv, vvboro he goes by himself to the deer grourUs f.iuuli'ir to him. Thero ho hunts deer ami sin ill game fern week at ii"tlme. and then returns ho-nc. " How does he travel .' Well, all the conduc tors, engiucois. and biaki'iueii on tho .V.rth Pacific ( cant Hallway kn nv him r--ll. and lie is veiy friendly with them. They let linn lie in the I aggagocar. and he drops oil win rev or it suits him. "And how does ho live up thero' Nothing suits him letter than will nice fresh game, , which he catches and r.'lilies mom than his free lunch diet. Ho dearly loves hunting " Philo.lacoby. tlm Schuoueii King. Killed several deer with him, and -m lie had tlm bet niwn for deer of any do.: In ever slim oven Hut Hum loses heart now that llm deer law stops hunting, and hustioils awa to trail deer iili.no. When 1 go hunting small game 1 have to play tricks at tlin railroad depot to JiMVrt lilm behind. I wait till tlm train is moving and then jump on. Jin follow- 1110 .1 few Mocks, but soon gives up In disgust." " Am you nut afraid of losing him " Not a bit of it. He kuows tho city letter than myself, and gets nv und ev.iy where. Look at lilm now, ImM satisfied with .1 paper bed. At night he would get up on llm c.i-es and take a ruj or cloth to lln upon. I In wants to liayn things comfortanlx aim 10 enjoy I11111 M) f either out hunting In tlm country by him self, getting a bono or sleeping. That's Bum." coxcKiixixti n r.v 1 in rr. Senril Mll'ion lnll.it- Invcsird In Id Mnnnf iclnre In the I ilt'-d snlr-, J.oin i'i. i.friir - -" Very few peoplo haw n corr -t idea of what ilyininitn is. ot what It is made, and tlm 11-es 10 which it Is put. fu tlio 1 1 uicli in i ings thu honor ui Us discovery and its pr-i.-ti. -il u-e. Nitio.glycerlno is the foi onf all hih ex nlosivos. Dynamite Is the naiini nmst u-tl il lv given tn these explosive-, tho-itih "til -r nanus aro sometimes ued. Duiamlto is simply nltinv'v,-er.n.' inixel with various ingredient-. Niti.'-ghccr'iie is made by mixing sulphuric and nitiie acid with sweet glu-crinc. th-s.im) that Is used by tho ladies to provont elianped hands. Mixing thouclils nnd gljociino is where tlm great danger lies in tlm making of nltr. glycerine. Iho mixing lank, nr agitator. as it is ca'leil by dmamlte inak T-, is a l.ugn sl.-el link, tilled insldii Willi mnliy coils ot lend pipe, through which, while tlm n.i-ting is in progress, a onii-taut ll.-vv of ice water is maintain d. This flow 01 1 w iter is ui-cd to keep Hie t mpor.itiiie f tlm mix l I w H.) . ns above that point it w uild explode, and 11 hole in tlie ground would ni.nk wln-io the factory had I en. Thnnitm glycerine is stnr -d in large enrthenvvarn tanks, w In- h urn usually sunk In Iho grnun I tn guard ,ig t.iist blows or sevcroeiiiieu-s' in. Tho other ingredients for milking dvnamiln nn- Mtr.ito nf sod 1, which is found .-iilv In I Cilll, carbonate nf niagiiesla, and wo ul pull'. Dvniinite Is put lu paper sh lis ii-ii.ili' 1 . Inches in dlntnoter and inches in length, and ' vreighsnboiit .ine-hiilf pound id each sin II ir , cartridge. It has largely taken the pla -n nf I black pi'W.lcriurhla-ting. as It is many bun I dreds or t ilium stronger, and conse nienilr 111pm 1 condinicnl. It Is used chiefly in iniiiin ' I all kinds of ores, coal ami lock, and lib niiirin blasting and railroad building. W iih out its aid many railroad-, especially those crtirfdlM tho llni'kv Muiintniiis could not have been coiihtructed: without It Hull Onto in .New ork hariinrconlil not hiivu been icsr0veil. and without It llm inln -r. at 1 rici s now 1 ai-l for mining fires, could nut earn his l.ieail. lyn.imilnvvil imt explodofr nn any ni diiiarv fall or jni-, ,11 will burn will. mil epln.ion. and Ircces at !-, jo ,, . iiiulinri freelug polbi. I lie bomb uf the Au.ir. hi is iniiilo uf I inelal or gl iss ami lllb-d with nur- n'lro-Lln-.-1 in uri.ingeilMi as lu i:.pl . le by imvcrn con t ici with liny hard object. These hniubs am, nf cnurse. never inudo by .1 reputable dvnunilto fnctory. Five or six millions of Hollars uro Invested In (he maiiiilaoturo of dynamlto in tlio Fulled Miites. mill Its u-o is cunslantlyi.il tlm in cr ise. 1 he fumes of nltr.i-sly-erilio liroilu.-o inlciimh nla h". which inn bicir-dl tak ing a very small dosn of jt jiit-'rnall . ..T.'i"TiJ.'irk. 9",lr'' -Nffili Mioro l.luilifiii only at tiia.-" thlcajo, ileaui ..rvltc, 1 EMIL SCHWARTZ IS HAPPY tx J' isTEitriitir in: tells a re. I'tijiTiut JiiK rv.asox nnr. Jl f lltratui Ttortarn McCon olid iriMmnu llnrf Cured fllM rf Catarrh, WhifU llntl,. rml lilm Ao f.'iuf "' f oiihl A'et HltriK Mr Krall Sdiwsrtr llrs' at 120 nt 7lh street lln is in tin. itrs tfo'ila limit, cm ltil lirodra. in an iiiifrvlcw Willi a reporter Mr. hchastu enlili "I. r four nrllM-)r ir I wnnboihr.'ea with caUrrh. It laoitly in my threat. ml the m.icui druptisil dosn in mytcirost. to tlmt when luen, toheit I ws conlln iiMly Iim Un sml npittlnir. nd I couldn't lei-n at nliilit, slid J annojeil my folk en .'list lhy lhuMh t rieeirlilier, Thev llnally permaileil ,T to kh 10 liis-toraMcL-ojr and WIMmatl, nnd 1 aiu.llaJ uow tlml 1 did. J '"'' ' s MR. EMIL SCHWARTZ. ' I lia.t t-len- 'wo or three klnila nf patent taeillolnea. n.1 1 have cnritle d mylliroM with lt and water, but theai ail.-c.-il rem,ll,',, wer- no c.tmI. Well. I went to llficlora Icfor nml Wililnian and I am happy that thev hnro cured inn. I aft. allrmlil now Thev rcmove.11o lumnra from iny m c. slut now I ran I.reathe freely an 1 I am not troubled V"," "' inncua dropplni .own in my throat, and I iloiK lif" ,n Kf. " "P" 'l" time, t can Hetp aplrnflv liyjio"-. loo SI'lTTISf? '-. Arcry annoilniriymptoni n' ."'"F- '., ron,,n.t fle.lre to riesr Iho thr oal of aot. "Udna-that la cojatant ly nertiniulMinir there, and whie ' on f'n na lte.1 tin. i-onaiaia of a tmiili. illmv lmii-v ".J,"." "."," "' ""', liei.r..fa lorelcn MilManoe In .'n throat la rai aed l- thr utile irlanda ntuoted In tha membrona llninn. the Ihroit bvcomln cnnirealed ana Inllamea lir ca tarrh, and in which condition lhcj "oto a laruo quantity of tough laucua. Iioclori Mi-Cot and Wildman make o iwa. '""r .f ,h treatment or ail rhronio lleaiie. Inrlndlt. T eatarrn. Th-y furnlall all niedlcinei free, and their vh. y'!f' IP ireaiiuentaieto nioJerale ibat tliey aro wy n,u ,no reach of alL DOCTORS McC0YAND WILDMAN. Offices, 5 East 42c! Street, New Ycxk, Where all curable caaea are treated with auceeaa Ir 5 nn h at a illtanee, write for a a) niptnm blank. Consultation at ottlen or by mall free nf charge. AiMre all mall tor, t'aat 42.1 plreet. New York cltr. Oftlre hniiri lo U .1. M , i to 4 f. M , 7 to 1)1". M. Fun.lata Ulol; A M vitoamissi vt: jiammockixg. -. Vrstern Girl Inrenta a Oame on AVhlctl There Would Seem to he No Fllea. From tht :-. 7j.ii. (7iVVnriil. The rounc people in one of Kt. Louis' pret tiest suburb- are In a state of ferorlsli oxeito ment ovor a new canin that has been dorlsed by some of tholr number. It Is called "procres sivo liammockinc." and is s() full 0 eoldon op Poituiiltles In ii sentimental wny that it Is des tined to become ory popular with tho youth ot both -ees. A brlKht youne clrl. to whom, with several othors. is duo thoeredit of havincBlren this new illvcrslon to tho world, thus describes It: "ou see. each Klrl is provided with n ham mock. In which sho reclines, iiracpfully or un gracefully, iieeordius to tho extent of horex (lorleiieu in hnuimocltitiK. during tho came, rue liamniocks are liunu far enouch apart so that no one can -co or hear her neighbors, and above each is suspended a Chlnoso lantern with n number on It ; but thoso. of course, will bo blown out early in tlio proeeodlnits. A chaperon is required preferably two a lady and a Kentloman. To start tho came the boys drnw numbors from a lint, and thon oneh hunts up tho hammock which corresponds to the number drawn. At a clien. slitnal he bo itins to toll tho ulrl in it a love fetory. lly tho rules the -tortus must be impersonal. " Hut ut eourso they won't bo. That." she added with u laugh. "Is a matter that lies with tho -tory teller and his con-clence. Well, at tho end of lilteen minutes tho chaperon luts a tom-tom nnd the boys move up ono htunnock, and each tolls another story to a new li-tenor. Tho stories, mind on. must all bo dllTnrent that is. ouo cannot tell tho same storv tn two alrls." "And thoy must nil bo lovo stories ?" asked the reporter. "Certainly. (Hi. it's moro fun. The boys out thero aro seourlni.' the town for short love stories, lie Maupa ant is in prent demand. Hut somo of them draw on their own experi ence for material. Woll. when the rounds bain been made, nnd each of the six, sav, has told six amorous tales to six tender maidens a secret ballot is taken, tlio lilrls votlnc fortho best storv teller and the boys for the best lis tener. That'-whero the real funny pnrtcomes In. for.of i-oursu.each cirlwlll veto fortho mnn shn like- l.e.-t. and Meo ersn: hence, the chaperon will become tlio sacrod repository ot one half do7en true love tales." " What about tho pri7esv" "Then' will bo six llrst prices on each side, and im boobies.' and tlm fair schemer lauched heartily at the -uccess of hor eMorts to devise sonmthliiL'iieW and startlmi; in tho way of summer amusement. How .lobnni Krli Got n llorae. ; -m f)e llo Jitnrt n V The Confederate cavalryman was ofton PUZ 7led as how tn provide bun-elf with a horse. Tho autlmritie- uiu lilm the eholco to keep mounted or it Into the ranks with Ids musket, as hfirscs were imt furnished bv tho Uovorn ment. To be dismounted and bo'omo a foot soldier wa- w irso to 1 it in tliiin a court martial, and lie w uld rl-k much In his vllurts toset hor-e from llm enemy. In the bill of lM.i.1 .i rebel cavalrymnn hnd bis hoisu ki.le-I in a sklrmi-h near Warren Um. and as hi- bi st chance wa- then to cap t'lm one from tb--oiieiuj, hn put his wlls to woik to devise tin- ways and means, lie wa- wiln the outside pickets and not far oil. on the pike, wero tlie cavalry pickets nf the enemy IIo piivured a piecnol telegraph vviro (ruin tl.e inilr. ad. and when tvvlllulit camo mi stmu-hed thi- acro-slhe road, fasteu int: one end to tlm (euce and the other end ton convenient lie-, ju-t liit'h eiionth to catch u cavalryman lib -ut tiie belt. NNhen matters weic lliti- arranged b Ins hklnc bo stnrtisl down the pike and stop) ed in plain view of the eneuij. It was no lontr before threoof thorn envo elinse. mounted -n iod hor-e-. It was now too dark (or thorn to -en tho who. and on thoy i-.inie, deterniineil tu bavn n prit-onor. Tho lia-n was -harp and iiulekly ovor. -o Hint by Diet line th -mbel beiui r had passed through and iiiulci- his nap the enemy was upon him. I'lie-eqiiei I-inn bard to cuess. 'iwoof the pur-ners wore iiuieklv and most unceremonl-ou-ly unhorsed, tin. third liuinu in muchas t .iii-he.l.ind friiclitene.l at their faton-to turn and bent a hasty . treat. Thetwo horses with out tin ir riders continued down the road, and were ea-ily capd. red In (he Confederate, who. brhi- clever ni--, became their owner, and Lept I..- place in the cavalry. i Im tw.. pickets left to them-elves hurriedly m.ld" their way back to tlmlr comrades ns cre-t fallen and n-t nished as two men could well be. The hero nt this incident tolls tho tale liim-elf, and adds lie rode ono ot those horse-to AiipumntUi. and from thoro to his home, and thut lit was ono of tho bett ho ever owned. Queer Pnclllc I oiiwl I.ukr. Fr -i iV. C, 1 r,lilt Stitllptt. One of the natural curiosities lu Kllklt.it cnuiiu is Uino Like, which lies In abuttoor iiioiind In thoMincon luoilnllb six miles north wet of ibis e.ts, Tlie buttn looks ns though the top had caved in, as tho trees urn lylnc do id all over tlio bottifui midyears ncoweru kiowiiu; whero tlm lake now lies. This lake cannot be seen until nno roaches the summit nl tlm bulte, as It is circular in form nnd sur muiulod by n wall or bank of earth which Is covered with tree-. I'lie bank itself Is morn than llrt) feet hich. The early settlers tell of dittlnc hay on tho cround which thi- body of water now covers u cood in my year- hi.m. Thure is no doubt tlm wators are -teadll) ilsiui:, trees lime beon covered, have fnlleii, and now lie sloyly deeaylnc be ne nil the waters, it is f.ilrlv possible tli.it tho lake will nno day till the entire cavity in tho butt.- nnd ov.-iilovr tlio banks. A few years ii.- tho bike vvas stocked with carp, und Us wat. r- are faiiiy iilivn with them nnw. Ijist si-.i-nn a creat inanr citll-h were put into tho Ink 1 hey will Ihrivo there urn! soon exter iiiiu ite the nth. r fl-h. Tlm lake niTurds e.c-el-b nt 1 1) itiui;, and is bncoinliu; a pleasure resort. -.1. (lib- I'lricnlril li i Hoc. mil IJ. s. I v,t. JttpvlJif, n i' lesheiiherddoK, thnpropertyof Joseph I iinc ii ;f nr.i. Milliard struet. perlorined a m niaik ill 'Ie.it Jc-terilay aflenioim that cnti-lb- it i iweirii medal (or bniverv. 'I'lmbruvn at In. ii ,'lui'i;cit from the fn.it of slnulurd street Pit ii. ia : n.:l-)imnt of tlm JIi-K-pp, and i dr winnif ni.in by t, collar ol Ills , out . nn with him to tho shore. Ihus saviiu: Iii.ii i it.iui death. 'llm i -i iied man was .loseph lleinoit. L'l .ir- i i ;e. who ri-ules in the sniui. Iiouso wihl -hi. Helh'Tt had been drliiKlnt; hard mid 1 1 1' .(cnrds with Laiicln. Honm vvor.is passed tvvven them, nnd ilelnert. who had (reoiiii ' mornsf. wivl that hu would conn. . -ii -ii'j' Ho left the lipuse and ran down I ' ill''!. I.niicln followed, but by th.. li - i. ' rivd mi the levee, liolnort had pi iii'-' i . Hi i witor mill was beiuc swept I ipiiliv I , I'W. I miBiii wan helplesH In h.ivnlum. .i h. could not swim, but his dojf. who had-f .hivved behind, plunced in and I reached llenitfit juat as ho woe disappearing. LEPROSY IS XOVISIASA. About . Cam ta the Ktate A HeEreica. 4,'oa law to b l'aaacil. Nkw 0Bt.V!tB Juno 11. Tho Ixiulslnnn Legislature rh.' attempt to prtwont Iho spread of loprosy'br pre. 'Minn for tho trcatmont of tho dlsonso and tin.1 Isolation of parsons nlToct ed with it Leprosy Vas provnllod fit Louisiana from tho onrllost Frorlv'lnlnys. beltu,' hrducht thoro Irom tho West Indies and tsvtu Nova Scotia. In 17. urwlor Gor. Cnromlolot. n loin r hos pital was estitjillshcil no.ir Now Orleans, on what is now known ns Mctalrlo. Hideo, ihon "Turro nux Ixinroux." "lopora' innd." n-nd tho dlscosowas j,raetlcally cot rid of. Nlne.3 then It hafl rocolvod no attention, although tho matter has boon broucht fr?quontly beforo tho LoaUlaturo and tho Hoard of Hoalth. Thoro aro now 1!."0 lovors In tho State, and about IK) la Now Orleans. Tho l'resldentof tho Hoard of Health soveral years nno, visited tho leper settlement In tho Hayou Lafourche, but tho lepers lied boforo him Into tho swamp, bellovl.iK that it wus tho purposo ot tho authorities to confine thorn in somo asylum or hospital, as it is ,pro posod to do to-day. A fow yonrs nftor ward complaints woro made that tho lepers woro sondinc their children to tho public schools In Lafourche, whore healthy children wero sent, and tho pnrontsof tho latter mado a vigorous protest asniust this. Thu insult has boon tho sccragntion of the Lafourche lopors. They havo tholr own stores, nnd even their own Catholic priest, an Italian. .aDl luted with tho dUeaso like thoni Eolvop. In 183 J a puiiicw.pi created lu tho town ot St. Martinsville, In tho report of nn outbreak ot leprosy there. Tho town was quarantined, mid, on tho request of lis loadinc inhabitants, tlio Hoard of Health sentncouimis-lnu to uxuml no the suspects. Tlm nxuminuliuii showed that tho dlsuaso was much lan.-i than was thought, thoro bolnc only live cases ln tlin town, mid that tho majority ot those miiortcd sullcrinc from it woro alUicted with simple cutaneous nomttlnlnts. Thu results of thoso Invostlc.itlons. however, domonstratod thu provnlcneo of considerable loDrosyin Louisinnn. but tlm doctors could not nureo whether It was contagious or merely hereditary. Most uf tho c-nsus wero found tu bo hereditary, but the deaths of several per sons who had como lioro from Kuropo and who had nn trace of leprosy In thulrmicesliy, ten dered It probablo that tho disease was occa sionally eontncl'ius. The bulk of it, however, comes by Inhoillunco. mainly from Acadia or Nmn Hernia. The diseaso gonerally shows Its'-lf In Louisi ana after puberty. i-ouietlmo II skips an en tire generation, but the descendants uf n leper .'lay alwavs develop the disease ovou late in ii, . It nlways kills, and In its Inter stages tl) victim Is an object of loathing. . T Jl, ' "bbearnncn nt a number of lepers in publlo f'uees in New Orleans, even in restau rants . luted last year n demand for some re st retire '-lw "'at would Isolate them. Tills was i duma. 'lJo'1 not "'' ' "' laity, but by tho medical profession, and during tho discus sion thnfiiA came out that theru worn some thirty It'DorslL ' Kow Orleans. The lesnlt or tho niltatlon l?& " 'Y' i1,0''"1 undoul.t edlyho passed l yJ,h Bfl.uure. priivlding that nil nersoiiHa. "leted with leprosy shal ho eontlncd'in an Irv Itut Ion Isolate d and use,! solely for the tre.vti 'ient f uersjms alUicled with tliis disease. A 0I' harboringa k-peror whoirofuses to comtJli blm to tlio 1.. pel ilo pltalwlll bo declared pu. " f a mlsdemi auur mid subject to lino nnd. Irnprlsonment. 'I ho hnspitil will bosltufl. vlln -Now Uilean-. near tho Hmall-pox Ilo-p.'t. -. ,. ... , ,, If tlm law shall be enfor.-ix ' il W'H Probably havo tho tamo effect as in . ov. t arundelel -day. whon it nearly eradlca:. l Jpprosy from Louisiana. As. howover. th,s ci-o.iso may show itself in lato lire in the chiM ien or grand children of lepers who. in their youth, may aDDonrto be lopors. It will not bowK 011J got rid of for many years. .. A largo number of lepers will gl '(rnv.UI thorasolvos of tho accommodations ufc M0 hos pital offered them, but there will t. somo hardship, duo to tho fact that many u tiio-o unfortunate people am married and i ,ilVo large families, Tho lepers on lower IJi "'' 1 jilourcbo are likely to oppose the law. rc ' liilng in a -wamp. as theyiln.it will bono tw.v matter to enforce it against them. HIS LIVER WEIGIIKU JitO TOM, And He IVa an All-iirounU nig Stinrk, Too. From ll W.iW Ay. It is about a big fish Mint I write, but it Is a true story. I saw tho llsh.i took his dimensions by actual raeasuremonUandlsawthu Ijver. In tho niiualsuf Capo Cod. published by tho liev. Mr. Fri'omuu in iKCty. ho mentions that in lb03 l'rovincetown had uroculatlon mlatiug to tho carcasses of vvhalo-. sharks, horse iiniuV. erel. Ac. which required tliat they bo towed below low-water mark, which would indicate that those marino unimnls woro so common as to bo in somo degruu ollen-lvn in warm weatlier. JIuny of them wero cipturcd for their oil. Hlgjit wlmles yielded twenty, forty, olshty.und sometimes 100 barrels: humpbacks. (Ifteen to twenty barrels: grampus, on.-, two. or throe iblnckllsli. ono barrel: sharks, from ono gallon to sovon or eight barrels : porpoise, two gallons, and a bout load of dogUshjicldcd about one barrel of oil. Now my big fish was called a shark, though ho was not ot the m-in-eatingorshovel-no-ed varioty. Mr. N. E. Afcwood, a distinguished and practical ichthyologist of l'ruviucetown. pronounced the llshn Alter shark or sea .-k-phant. and considered it rare. The flsli was almost entirely whlto, nnd ns handsome in form as a muckerol. He was caught In 1W.'. insldo of what Is called Long l'olnt, form ing nn outer boundurr of l'rovineetown's boautifiil harbor. The llshermen hud hpr.i.l tholr seines thoro fur luackerel, and this big llsh had cot enuiuglod lu tlm.n nil about him, so that ho w.is easily pulludto tlio shore, whom tho tido left him high and dry. Heine at that tlmo entaged m business In l'rovincetown. I was invited to isittho monster nnd bee him cut up Virtho purposo . f extrautlng his liver, lly the way. all tho ml of a shark is in his liver, while that of u whale, a eourso. is in his (lesh or blabber. 1 1 ink a rule and measured this shark, and found his length to Ln just tlnrly-ouo feet: tho breadth of his tail was sovim feet: and his clrcumfer onee In the thickest part sixteen foot. 1 have stated that tho liver of this shaik weighed two tons, tuid this is how it was de termined: Tho liver was out in pieces mid pitched into n dory: tho dory carried ton nnd a half in weight besides tho tower, as has been proved, bringing liur down to her upper streak: tho dory w.istivioo lo.ided deep with this Hvor. and so tho fs'Ji.rnnMi thought, ilm weight was nearly three tons, but t j be within bounds. 1 concluded to c.bll it two tons, and so it Is rocorded in this verueimis chronicle. After tlio oil bad lieon tried nut I found thut it mnde seven barrels full, and wu woith at Hint time J'.'OO. Ilia Hnaor'a Hcrrrl Wa a SaTr. Frxim tit a'wimi (Vy ft.. Tho following story has her ntcld mo ni out Jamos Legate, tho lohbii-t, ami a certain Judge of ijiwrence. Kan.- (im, it sis-ii,s wanted to enlist the. seivlees of tho Judgu in sUioiinlvt-ston deep-water projc-it "iou can steer 'on up b miv.Tndge." ,-in Jim, "and get them to hiro im- tn pi ,n. -,. their littlo scheme. They want deep water and nn appropriation: I want sUivcm, iou put mo lu line to muko it. .Iuds. and it - a diwy. Wo lake Sri iKKinnlece." Tho Judge hositiited. but ho vrnntod tint Jfi.OOO just the same. "Of ooursr." said the Jiidge gingerly. "I would bo very glad M seivn j-nii. tlr. I.ngte. Iho money 1 don't euro for bur I w mid bin to do y.ui a faor. Itut." he conr-jiiued, Im pressively and l.-w. ' mind you. if 1 do, ins name must never bo mentioned in tlm trans action. That ou mu-t pionusD. My nuiun must nevefioccur or t" montium-d in tho transaction nt any stag..." Jim promised, nnd tho Judge "saw' tlm Galveston projectors, with HiuimsiiIi that l.n gate w.m engaged nnd paid tho 5-liMhX). Thou tlm Judge came aruund, " Woll. Mr. Ivegato." said lie, in miii.ililii an ticipation of gutting his jo.oiiu. " wu m iniigcd that very nicely," "And I'm eternally o1 llgi-d in jnu. Judge. too." interjis'ted Legale. "I dim I think i could liuio turned thu tru-l. without vn-ir nid," After a pause, dining wliMi Legale had a dim. far-away look in his i-e. tlio .Hiilg. con cluded to spur lilm genii) " Vou got tlm money all light, Legate '" "Oh. ye', gut it in ni) wm bn. light n.ivr." nnd .1 (in slapped his nuiii-hi-d pocket approv ingly "And I'll alwns r- ii.iuiiIuii- the help you wero to mo Inn, lodge. hen a mini in frlendly.dlKlntnicsteil vv i dm s me a favor. I'll never forget him. I'm a .'.illniis man. but that sort nf thing toiiclms me " Woll," said I in-Judge, aflei a brief wait "I supjioso you ri-'in-nilii-r mr 1'roiiilku?" "Oh ' disllii -llv." said ,l'gal", warinly itrnsp. Ing tlm oilier- luiiul, 'and 111 keep it. toci Vour num.. sli..ll never bn mentioned lu eon-imi-tlon wllh ibis liansactmii, N'.iver in any way ur form, iou can mly on my sotocy PILOCRESCIW. Iluno.ililiil.j' tVi-e II II. lie 1'inu,,,. r y i&&? '" ha m Ti.i: V. -, A biffU " '"':ril Hi...... V s r tadv.1 Hull- n, u ruw ' r luluulta lllond. Ilwiuu i or I Blark. rrie7ftntabyllorufl,Uor ' C. "AUSClllMMil ; 2u li. JtlU ,t"K, V, fit. 1 JAPANESE AND CHINESE GOODS, 877, 879 BROADWAY, Offer To-morrow Exceptional Values 1 Jfacliting, Tennis, and! Outing Novelties, if IE if 140 CHIJIMT COATS in small checks and QQ Cfl Co stripes, very dressy OaiwU Lai 260 BOYS' ETON CAPS . 5lOCi 325 Ladies' and Gentlemen's YACHTINGand TENNIS 7r n CAPS Obi 230 doz. Reversible POUR- OCn IN-HAND SCARFS ZOLi 20 doz. Silk and Crene Teck and FOUR.IN."HAND CHm SCARFS .. . UUbi ALSO A VKRV CUOICE ASOilTiIl;Nr OP Gentlemen's Pongee and WasliaWe Habulai Lounging Coats, : 4BW"T-M- STEWART ! 326 Seventh Aienoe. i ! I II I W I i"M-C(IOSE CALL 130-10, UlJljll I ill III f-n.sD for cincfLAR. A PATRIOTS llllIAIREX. llere Are Indeed Genuine Daashtera 01 tba Keolnltoit. IIoxr.sDvi.n. Vn.. Juno 11. Mrs. Katliorino Bovvilea. iiitvd W, of StroudsbiirR, Monroo county, Mr-, l'lic-bo Gain'onl. iik'i'il 82. of Mutamorus. l'iko county, and Mrs. I.ucinda J. Valentino. nuv 70. now ut tlio homo of Mrs. liovvdiMi. in Mioudsbure. nro sistors. and three C nuino "il;mclitorsof thollcvolutlon." Throe year- aco thoro vvi-n- six bUtors in this ro innrknt'l) fa in llv Mrs. Ann Wells of Mllford, Mls.'-allio llockwell of elroiidsliurc, anil Mrs. Kllz.i Mooro of Vnnkorf. '. . Mnco that tlmo Jlls.1 llo.-kwoll died at tlio ago of bl, Mrs. Wells at tho nc of lil.nml Mrs. Mooro at th nci' of 71. A orotlior. l.owis ilockwull. died V -m years nso. h.i lnij lived to ho over KKk .'lifsi. wero eliililron of Jahez ltookwcll. a a.iIiI. "r m tlio Iiovfilutlonary war. who died In Hoi ea l-11" '" 1K47- " oiifisteil at tlie aco of in ni-f "i'ltreport. OoniL. in aroKluiontrocruit ...l'iii..i..'r Hi" directloii of llonedlct Arnold. Ho fouiiht unu'"r Arnold uttlio hattlo of haratoca. ami was vo 'nded in that ennaKomont. Sub n.un,.r.ilv lil,. rusiinent wah aout bouth. land lie.ved under t '' Wael.inRUmandfayctto. Ho was oiu. of HvV1!".1''' ,t,"r0L"Bn tho tt-rriljlo ordeal of V ''0 winldr at Valloy lrortto. Tl 5S ? uutll "conUy in the yoshesslon of n defceiidaut.(f ,'-i?':i'..IIO'-,kwe)l a powder horn, n rolio of Mil ov lorce. wlileh has an Intereminc lilrtnrj'. 'tho V oihsltudes of tho campuu-n iiri-cedluu'th winter at nlley ortte had resulted In the ..-. "' to powdpr horns of many of Iho bfildwr.'- Irom Uio heads of riitllo ..htained by I'ttn. tlpe about niloy 'oi'.'the eiimt)biltelirs tx saved tlio horne. and tliare wa-. nuu-h strife uon- tin-soldiers who lia.l lost their pow..r horn-, to obtain luJM;heloii of th.-e. Thorn wr,ro ,h0 raonY .iPI'lioaiits that no satisfactory ujvlalon could lio mudo of the horns. Ono '' s "n. Wn-hlnuton was ridinc by the camp, the 1 I'tuatlon was ovplaluod to lilm, nIia .Jie was beKCod to suuxe-t somo way v i wiilcn tlm eoveted horns eould l.c-distributtn. among I the men. yinsliiniiton took a pioco ot WfCL' I and wrote it nuinlior between l.oOO.ind Kff I and aid tliat tho ten soldiers who iriiessiyi tn-i nearest to tho nutiibi r lie had set down slmv'ld havo tlm horns, tlieio belrn; ten horns. Tl. jim-sHcs were mude. Tln number was 177iL ,fabu. Itoekvvell w.i one of tho ten who wemV m-nr eiiouali to win a liorn. hi cuo-s beinir , 1.7.V). Ho mado a powder liorn from It and i-urrieil it until the end of the war. nnd it ro Jiiaim-il in tin) l;u?kivcll family until a soar a-u. whon it was iilafed in a collodion of Val ley ToriM lollf-a near Philadelphia. Jabe Uoekwoll was in nine of tlin principal battle-of tho Hovolntlon. ainonK them .ir.i-t-iua, .Monmouth, und Vorktowu, whore lievvaa iire-ent at tho surrender of Oornwallis. At the b.ittlu of Monmouth a comrndo of lto-'kwell's was badly wounded, and liockwcll bore him oil tlie Meld In his arras after tho battle. Thu wounded man's natno was iKzoklel Hamilton. Ho lived but a short Unit.. lieforo ho died In) coiiUded tu Jnbcz lloekwall's earoa handker chief and n pocket knifo. nil his pos'Oi-loni, and a letter, all of which ho charued I'c-kw. li ; to send In somo way to hts wifo and dauishter. wlio lived In Nuw York Htate. Tho opportunity eamo somo tlmo altorward. di-.-iiiiled Kildli'r, who had como from the I ullty in wiili'h ll.uiiilbin's family lived, wa- di--ih.irued from tho serlco,iinu by him lio kvv ell sent tlio dead soldier's koeiisakes and la-t W'.nls to hts wifo and child. When the war was oMir Iiockwi 11. havini; married, emigrated fn.iii Connecticut to Milford. Piko county and on lili. way btopped at tlio pluco where lis c niiadu s widow uuddnuchtcrllvod and nui'l-i tin ir ii.'iiiiiiliitnncu. Tho daughter, ' 1 ii ui.e was 1'olly, wnBn youncwonian, an i u 1 i.fi r 1, ickwell stopDudnttliuir houbo-h ar ' ri. d Mio and her husband subsoitue-' : r iii.ivud to Milford. A duuu'htcr was boil and vvIiwihIi bicw up sho married JaU I.- k- i li- ton John. i hen l.afayi'lto returned to America in 1! Jain llockwell and throe other ltevoluti. .rr veieiuus -walked from Milford to New V..-k 'o s-e their old commander. Tho dlataiico wus nearly f-ovonty-llvo mllos. "They urrlvod in tliecityon thoseennd l.v " sius onu of the otoran' descendants, l'i heaid hlin toll tho story often. "Thev w- i i fofitsora and travol-stiiined. They went ( 'Im h it-1 where Lafayette was iiuiuti red I ' eii'lk at the liotol was an ollloioiis v n i- i 1 Im old soldiers askod lilm to flliow th -i I hi way to I.afayotte. Tlio clerk runli- -I m , ollenhivoimd haiiKhty raanin-r that lie i I iml be iormi((ed io join such cuinp.ni) 1 i;ilalnod to lilm that they hud in.il' a '' dills' journefun foot for tho purpo") (n . i tho General and could not be iiiai, ' ' I bo i-lork ordored thnm to h-ave inn I j' . Jlieii,lnbozUockwellhtraii;lileii"-lii i ' ' "Vnunir mnn, vv have travelli' I n I '''--J (lays tu sen (Ion. I.afnyottn. We Kag- ' del him bufnro )ouwore horn. W" a." ,v under thu sumo no( vviih linn, ni I '' i" s in cess.iry tohavo nnotln-r llk'lit tube. li-i. o me ready!' "Tliat caused (lio clerk to chanu'e Id- "in ner 'Hut,' wild lie, 'thu Mii)ur und ti,o i;reH4nnal (Vunmitteo (o ru'eive l.af ) 't ' ' now Willi lilm, and Im vmn't eeiiuiu ' I - ' their n.tiiios in, however, and tl.e n i of Uio reflini ids in which t'. I' beluimod. Ileniv day wus ..i ' ' '(uisri'"" luiiul ('-iiiimlllei-. and wl -n I "' 1 'Ill'lied that tlin M'tcians vv t" rt'ii lilm, he rMi)iiked Iho sreal ' In iru and i s- '-rl tin-in In hlni.vvi i lab- I :. I, ill was a Jai'HMiin ' but In. cii-t his vote nr I lay fur i n IM I ni r" "U'lilti'iii cf liiscjiirt"-' ,"' a l.l e .iituidi-i-.-i' iho l.iiMve(lo ii '-I i ' . Win n. (In.'" veals airo, tin. six il i ..'i '--r- r (his llev iiilininry nti-raii Wei-, an 1 v i' -' ' yi-uiij:.-i-t7:i. It was iindiiiiliiull ti- mm kiiblu fimllv of (hiniiliti'is i f tli I- v im i in tlio i-ntiiitn, and il Is i, -t I . k i iln'1" is n r,v niiotlnir in-.liitu'" -fibre -liil.lr. ii uf .1 Kmululluii.il y ---' li"r K w "'Sr BEST" -i.l i Ur um,,. r ii in . intlinr - - I i. I i . r. I a I Main- rt- im. rt i ti. t ill )iii, . - i ul i linn i iii- i i I ruiai k . Jf vi.u. Id'arljiliw .ir- rlr MinillolU lo.. ami Inn. I. Ht JSch lurav ilauutaa-Iil.