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- - - THE SUN? SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1890. 7 '
H JtfllT im' JXCIDKNTS. r, 7fK ':HM,I'K" '1MV ,'.. ir o .isihk riff...:. . ,!.. Palatini "l,,'r 'l.i.lnnTecli" i ii. .iniir "" """ln th" ,,," "".,,,( .h..rent Mdit Quarter, nnd lr,,.l..,,h...r-l.llllr-oiB"W"'l'l" c.hn ' "'"'f "'"' forces of the Manila ' ,, ,, , ..i t t-.it C.imp !). live or ef ,, ', I'nk r IS H. wit hi. en C.reenn's '"."nen M. rthiM Imal Hurler In the "",. , n ,'.-.-.. -In (,iMfiiM.lt!.-n.Mr. f Vii i .. tr.iloit. with the OIm.l.i nt "l' .-it " ' Hide Point and SIf" t." .! I B.t l.-r. r three or four ,h .. ., with 1 1 it- Ii m.iU to tho Bll"..t I r '. " n.l ! loton-os ot SI... ?lh' I r)l ' Mm1 1. tho life of th, ';:.',! mr, 't.-l."l to tho Jin. r.i eVr "i " lul ,f ,rn",'ln S,""m 1,'in ii ,man ,smo miii'hlno (.hop S v.". ''" -ngloy.-s slightly ills "'"" , , v ,, .i,ol in.' nf th Littery on the. !fr. ... M.r lull. i launch which Im was t-irtcnM"" ' mi i .i '""" "' ,,"" .. rh ii ' i""loii"o and woul.l not . 'V'lr nr..ln. h-.iwx.-r. lmlrnl Dewey ..Vi-ewhi-l " '" '"''" launch tn go TJ Z -" n."halnofr.h,r,.s, Nr,.hv'.-...M..Ttotl,-..rmir for 0n nl.r. , . -. f -r S' ., d .y ....1 was '"l.i- ,1 -nliito n ssary for tho news. 'rin,l,' " thT-.ln order to record I'm .I-.--II wh ' ,l1" "tl"''", ,11'1' to '", ,lbk' '" r aW -Mit.. tiny would and when thoy ti-nl'lc1 n'v rosottr-" loft fnrtlmm was ,T"n'txinll.l-hc..t lMrtof tho timo this I ..inning fr.M'1-'" li..t -lion ou most , Vli a l-'ii it In I g moan ay somewhere. ...iwlenit mi 1 i-kaiil)oitiumpo.!onyour ",,,Bfr.-i .,ltli..iI.MlieplnnMlr MPhln'l tin' h- In'! !" '"' ' S,m ,.- or -onm "hoi I'1""1. '"" '',ln,,'' nr ' ,'Mntl'1l,. f" -r.nu-.itliorrasntii:lM.n in uninfllEi' -I .mi-h. ixln 'h w is iiit.. a e3.tnifnT.i-.iti-fa.Mnr nitn ''' is an i"-,1,ll, n Mlnwai rout 'i f-"1! I re I f ft l'f.im " 'iis riuc ,ntnf a hiicn iii"li" l-i: ami WMM (M y ,. rcn'mbr"'! 'I" " "'H llllt"1 w"h '"'" lnli nio.n' l-'-it.K th" oams cilk.'il and Mt.-hl iith i h" 1""' 11"1 ,l" I'1""1" l",1J Ui-ihfrwitlil'nz'louhlo ii.t..iT rlu.nslupwl lk tin oil fl.ln"'iifl mx.'rt. .11 ''.irpfttai'ks. 7hrt'nroi'il in 1 ono tooic.l 'lhooars ni 'at wnll ii in th'' how, t.i ruMiicon tin) ,irt iJi i"1 """ "" Ml' "1'irl' lpl Tl101' jmi.Ito- th- t' im. n-i tn.ui-o -w.u'-Mn.-n do rh tl." rn-nli th.i' tho liO.it .ilnins h-ted toitarlwapl Hi" i'..-w.n -t In tho (-torn w 'h a r uii I ' i lo I I .i'l ll and ncoii-ion.iily raid. 'il i I t I i "f .imifomi'Iit, I ut fur th n nt 1 it 1"' -i-oro.I.urifnst tho propon-dont.m- kirein-th ' f tho port nar. thorehy haiiCi K th 1 itlfiHfeii htroke-j and t.ikinc nriilual o tim Thff Inlr irs'l i th it'h nf tldi.-Tlit liim tno or ill ' v nii'1-hlps f' r .i liaile fi"in the -i. Ji I i -li'lt-'r lioni tho r.nn '1 his thit'l. wis Im I up "ii 't.ikfi htoppfl In tho C 1 11 VM ' - is'lli ' " "O -tOPI i'll "ll till, -hlos cf a puiro s Ii 'ii' r. urt.ilns ot oM nl clnth ir !' 'nin fi mi III" Milo-. wlii'ii tin) tun irMinhfit m. 'Ittlf Kr.i'nii ot ori's cro' I him1 ' iv i- uiipo-.'d to k.-.-p tho foot C.lt O'tlio I'lT v Ii h -iii.iIk.1 in OOIltlUlllIU oiiT th ' iw- ririod in in -pit" of tho (hat -l. rh. ro w ... t .-o.!'-. nin-with a IiIbIi coin! r' it' " l i k im lr tin- .inup). aii'l on tho wh"le in- Hi "!.' is not 1 1 ad !-ort of a tioit Ita-. i--' ilu-i liiiri'li in i if may, hut a driMilfu'l) im' .' 1 ho ker. and Mtli ani thirs lu- i i i it kopt two nit ii hiisy Mi lie tthl- tho o'lv". ron.'d .Hid l.'idilloil Tho .ir-m n rki'l lurd and Meadlly and gota furl) fOiiil liPnlvwi) on the f.l.i ttlli In (hko'Ii H.itii lut whfii thorn was a littlo iitl ii pi ut( .was ini.'ht hIoi. Simo uf thT'kT- ii th t'o t diihljfd hor tlio "M.osa-el.ii-ti lii-iitiitf ot 'iochnoloKy," in order thstu.f I Il.m.ird inlclit not hato nil the llory if n.nnnu .niillar oriil'ors Thoycut it Jon n to ' li.i-toii Tfi Ii' 'nr'horr Tl.o-rite-t .Ii 111 'iilf with " llo-tonToeh's" ti wi ' 'im I iwn 'I Ii.' tlnio hctn. "ii un down ii 'I ! irk in Main! i I- a- hrn-f u- a pUy lt-rii. n nd it daik tin' -Inps hou.in to ahew' lint wis i. roc itory If ou wtro taiulitout n ih. I'.ift 1) suinlonn It was host totCi"'! i; i-h'T" miclity liifljr Nil hiop tir.t i pfninttfil on tho biy .iftor dark 1 u -tirtfl a1 nc In .mil tho mfii rowod too iokIi .11 I tin fli olinc dnk cot hi before ion ft nut if tlm I ini"h of ships In .dn )on LrseJ ti r iin'ii. " i onto, toniri, pi oMo ' ' Thy li Ink on tho oars, and sonio fellow baw s -uf Ipim a near-by warship, "Ho it ahry f 'an 1 up ami hov yourself ns rail' hi-) u em ami loll. " l'.issini:! ' with all T ir inielit, hut it doesn't earn, and " Iloat k r -1 Hi'' 1 ! inn at ou d train 111 dint tlfrdit m .ti'iis .unl all sort-of bid Sianlsh Mi 'ni i i male thu bn-itnien swine to a'J the wir-hlp Then ou swear a few iitinJs attli.'in. ami thoy e-iteli tho Hplrlt and lurrr up I erhai s it iImisii t ult the niitoerat (eath wir-li'p, and ho lets go a bullet down Id jour cnoral diroetion. Thoro Isn't tho !eht"t m ilio m It It's a perfeetly friendly warninc ' lw in I ttter time ivhen net 1011 n 1 th nfteriin n afloat, but it's dlseoncert lrgtut.lur at ly j.jur friends. Ono didn't tares.) mutli ah.. ut boluc undor Spanish lire, f)r h Wt tint tiny hit only by aeeldent, but th meri' uis sh it witn .l.-ilsii aeeuraey, nnd l!onof thm sh 'Uhl happen to forcetand aim '.tou It nucht 1 o ery unpleasant. rica1 1 joi hiul in ulo-e to tho ship and hold trmf enmersn with tlm watch mi deek Ho snt ti kn iw pomt'-dly wh'it tho deill ou douiK out th.-to at that time ot riluht. Haien t j ti h. tr 1 ot the order that no bolts nuc ., tt,.. hiyifter dirk' You reply tint y,iiaroc in; home as fast as on can. and V .tt woj I h n 1 . en dmo-t thero by mm it ho fca-i If f yL ii a 1'lion he tells 5011 to cot on Ia-.4U,,, kaloit it, and on -ay, "Yes, sir," ird i, , L.lt klri an j j,,ur heart ou i.h'f-i , ,, eioniake lilm tin target for I ii X'n.. -. (.Mthrirf cun Ami lerlnps h I ltl t -' '.i i i i ,i inn., in tho 11, et, and I " R-s down and tolls tho waidr.'om h')W I ;" h ' v i it, .ml thoy all li.it o tho I l'.h r l mii ii m.-ht I leftoneof the chips; I Jfewa. i i;tt, ut and I had to ko throuch tfnith . tl-- r t , yet .isliore-vrlieiitliep) was I iwthari rt.noto c. t m bi dirk When we I TT &i l'' """ ,-,rl' ''""' th,'Y h"wlclrn I t.'ktor . nethmK "m ist inportant " Tint I Kr'hi(; Wn tie ileri'ii.. uiturinationtli.it J f'llr'il i Wiiu'.l Lo " up.iiMlnst it '(ret- lr I was N.arly fiery ship alone tho '"'' T- 'r. n,i one fellow took a festive "a ,t ii with. i rule. r uno jokes are not inn) ai i,, , , (a r nr, wc ,l( ,Vi) mea (l "'""f nmy I. at Buttmi i tf a.out nNn "j.,,ston i,.t.l," Mbfi-iluii the r tporieiio.) binio ot tho f"ruim , . telub. ard hip Uwusnflno ,i"S tj 1 ,, th. mail (.icn.il en upon tho i''rV ""' '"5 "" "I'lPC'i'inonor .ml stood S the I at .eik-i-no fellow eotnlllC III "'U. -i I,,., , (, ,, ,Mll ,ni to "' I'l'Ufnj iuln.iti.r f.w hours. and Xo hi''1'" '"''"' "-'"t '"''It'll'' It'll' laiineh toih h ' w" a,',0'', "l0 '" 'i '"'f wa in th p i, tl w c ,jnc t0 tak, ,1(, nd j, to tkvt"' ) 'n. ' ' '"'' KUon '""",' h,l"rt n)" ,? ' r'' 'lli'Towis t.o more help y ' ' i- Mm th.iiolsf.ira man cine to nn ,,'" " ' " a" ,WB ,nl''""' ' "i:,t Ires " r v " ' i' Tho in in aim ml ship t in. i,. s. ,,,,( ,,t, ,ui,I all the w ty ' " ' l r-c i r i. e mid ens .In hnii.elf Mh ' i n'i tint there noiild not bo an. ,,. ri ' ''"'II nc Ken,: for ten da, or ,i' i'l si p Im) m" ermt .nlnintaco l, ' w- .i-li'.i., hoHoier, ,li ttnir J. "', ' ; ,1N lif,w '" Iim on n war ,, , ' ! h in ,t out lit We did ' ij,' ' 't ' ' im 1 n ivi rn far Letter nfT ' ''liinl , ' ' '"'"' ' "' wo "fro iiwiy ClM(l ' h p'i lard yuartfis In I m-ai, i , w r" " '"" '", "'"f"''1 nt My Iadj. i.' ' ' '' '" " '"" "" ! ,nn crcat " It tias tweuD-Uio feet Ioub bj tnonty wide, and wlinleor breozo blew went through It There wero neion of us In tlm mesn.nnd wo had auartorn between what Innl been Iho Rtore of tho Department of I'ubllu Works and tho commlBsnry In tho days when tho t-ipnnlsh held Cnilto. It was n lareo kIoiio building with a corruented Iron muf Thoro was a (ireat room for each of us, with n wido hall, and roomu In the rear for ofllees forth." Chief (Juartermaster, who ran tho mess, and his clerks, tind for tlm dlnlne room. Tho dliilne room was a bit open to tho weather owlnc to tho Im k of loresleht of ono of A I in Iral Dowel's shells on the 1st of May It hit the wall about tho tnldillu of tho illnluc mom and returned a seellon about oleht feet s,irire. Then It burst What was our dlnlne mom hid been threo rooms. The two pirtltlons dis.ip IieireJ with the burstlne of tho slndl ind n cront chunk ot tho ecilluc wont with them The hall pirtltlon muted a couple of feet out Into the hall and tho windows went tnsei. rnemeiits of tho shell turn holes In the roof, and tho whole nl ic'o wis lllled with win' k ic but the heaiy teak floor htood tlm htriln. 'I In re was not a mark on It We started with a n. itli o cook who had one eye. rt striker hired by mo on his alloeition tli.it ho could talk I'nelish, ,i strikfi f' r the Major, taken beoauso lie. wanted to letirn l'-lie-Huh and to uo to Amorloi, two otln r bii)p. and Tim and (iooreo Wnshineton. We had a broken il'inn rnneo used by the departed Stiniilards, (he aluminum plates, rho cups, hilt u .liven ..u'lii't kniies, forks and spoons, the eookini: pans of a II inicntt oe n, titillmlted eonlldetH'K and no eniTeepot. also, but that was a mitt, r of iiidlfr.irotii'o, im chow AIo no di-h racs. no clean Ine cloths, no dish towels, but there was n l.ireo tank In th basement wheio wo rluee.l up a I ully 'honor bath Tho Qiintoim.istor's elilef elerk wis the roniinlssnry. llo assured U' tint It wnuld bo all rleht w In-n tho bruad" Comml'.iry C"t bis "stores for silo" ashore 'lint w is true, but Cien Anderson hoard that -ipinNli rein f irooinetits wero i ominc and doeidod nut to unload the stores for sale, hrv.ius" It ml.jht bo come neoessary for us all to run aw.n Tint l.istod only a few day. howeier Ho needed Mimo stores for sale for his on n mess, nnd lis tened to the t hlet C'oinmUsiri's frantic app il tor permission to cot his coods in i storoliou'e, w hero he could keep his ow n euard oter them The natho eook was n master of tho art nt how in t to do It. Ho fried eecs we'l and was flit to rod by our consumption of four aplooe, after a whole diy with nntliliu; to e.it There after for Roienteeti meals ho produced four ee for each of us. nnd then we cot a soldier Wc found out carli In the e.imo that Hie p! ites were too few for sotcn men, so we boiicht an outfit from a transport plo plates, knhes. torkh, 'iHons, napkins, stow pans, -kilb't?. fiy pans, mally somethinB to lhe for and with 1 hen th.'C'imiiilssari's stores cot a'lioronnd we had blncKlwrry jnm once more, and a smllo periaded tho dlnlne room. The dlnlnurootn windows and the hole the shell made faced tho bny. Wo could look nero-s to when" the elftrle llehts twinkled etcryiilcht aloiic tho Lunet.i In Manili Wo could see the neutral fleets 1) lne out in front of the cltj. With the clashes wo could 'oe tho !spanl-h fort and tho maeizlno nt Malum, tin) Spanish and insurgent lines In fi out of It, and Camp Dowel further down, where our own men were Dewey ships ami their numerous attendants wore in the foreerouml and nithin a stone throw win the wreck of the Sp.iui-h flieship llein.i Ihristin.i, with tho-e of tho tiiglilla and the 1'Ho.i further out 'J ho bay at nielit was a maenifleont picture Only .in occasional Unlit showed from our 'hips, but tho wheellm: 'eiireliliKhts would pick up tho shore beyond, traiel down to the city, jumpoier tin- m utnl warships and re sume their Inspection of the bn. swine down Point Sancley to C.inaeao and becin a.l omt aealn Half a d ven times of an etenlne tho Admiral would call on us with his scarclnieht. He cun.) In th back wai. but ho was nono tho less welcome, and wo eaio him a hearty creet Ine every time. Aftor we cot tho soldier cook we shifted nut our whole array of bois except tho Major's striker. Old liul, our "I'liellsh-spokon-hero" bumbo.itman from Manila, capped tho cllm ix ol foreetfulness by foreettlnc entirely to re port (or three dis Then he was itlspharc'd He asked for u lecomine relation and wcntawiy perfeetly satisfied with this "Valentino Hui7 was In my employ two weeks and iieici did anithlrie-but mo At his ear nest reuuost I chorfully reeommond him to any ono who want su'di a man " Mijor Clomnn, tho Chief C ,.tnmiss,-ry, took Tim Jim wastho boy the natite . ook brought 11" wa-n't much of a boy, about S or 10 cirs oid, but he could pull the punkah oier the dln lne room table Cloman botieht him an oufllt of clothes and set lilm to look out for lit morn, but Jim preferred to take the Connni .nry's umbrella and co ilshine. It was more fun. Cieoruo Washington, too, went aw.n. poor little chap, and blind. He came, like Jim. be cause ho could cet his lioard. nt I'. ist. and no man could hate lured him away with cold His father brought lilm In one morning and. with tho simple announcement that ho In I brought us a boy. wont away. W.. not er could learn his name, so wo gno him ono of our own and he learned It in half n mlnuto Perhaps ho was 7 ears old. His face was as round as tho man's in the moon, the full. moon faee they draw In tho children's picture books His lnlr stood straight up on end. and tils eyes wero the blackest and brightest that oier snapped fire at a- Spinish flag " K'pailt lamlirn," ho said, and his tolce was as soft and as small as bis own weo sell, "main, mucha main, Kfpa'n handera." Ho sung rule songs of his own mako as he pulled the punkah rope, and tin do ise.l away ot raakinc a hole through the pirtltlon so that he could bo out In tho hall while ho worked Then ho got a little stool to sit on, and pulled the ropo and sung all tin iiigh tho mcnl Sinin timfs he helped Juanlto to '"rtf. and was alwajs tho tlrst to nottcu what was wanted. Then, If ho wasn't big enough to get It himself tho old sideboard tho bpatiianU used was tory tall ther) was a slurp lmj ratlve n, tf In his command to Juan. He. would stand l mv desk by tho hour and watch mo writ ing with neier n sound unlo-s I 1 . .kfl uu. Ho was fascinated by my watch ami my compass and my class, an 1 om when I showed lilm my romlwr his bliek eies fairly danced with delight II . told me all tho Hpanlsh words ho knew, and do. mandod their English f.iuli.ilents .mg ilt r I had forgotten his hpanlsh he know my I'ne lish. W hen there was nothing el'o to do he 'at ntthe foot ot the stalrs-wo were all on tho s. e. ond floor; no ono, not even a natiw, lues on the ground iloor andplaied little games of his own intention nnd sung lltt o songs of his own composition Happy littlo George Washington1 Ills body was about tho stzeot tho big dolls they dress for tho show windows at Christmas time When I sat In a low chair his liead.camo just to my ear, but his muscles w ere as hard as an athlete's. Ho never wore out lie was ulna) ready to run on an errand, and ho could imy more for less monoyand get It better than a dozen rascal cooks. Ho slept on one Hap of a shelter tent by tho back dcor, and his littlo hands and his laughing face and his bamfe.-t wero cotered with big mosquito bites till I gave hlmapleceof mymosiiultobai. lleguanledtlio placo with ciesthat neier missed a thing, and If wo went away and left money on thodihk, a sometimes happened, ho shut the doors and sat down In front to watch until wecamo back He scrubbed the bare teak floors ill the in, lin ing and made a game of it. llo stooped oier until he could grasp tho wet cloth in his hands and then ran fiomone sldoof the room t,, the other, pushing tho swab ahead of him and cleaning a nurmw strip at a time Hut he went away nnd no boy could take his place. One bright nttoriiooti, when there w.is no more work to do. he went out Into the front yard to play He found somewhere an unused primer for a big gun. that in Its pr .per -ertlff miKht li.ua sf nt a shell smashing throng! of Dewey's ships The bright brass and tin. gieen lanyard string took his fancy greatly and he sat down to examine the thine With tho open end pointing at Ids face and his bright esonly a fw Inches away lie pulivU the string Tho littlo round black eyes wero filled with the llamo and the powdei, and their light went out forowir. He drooped tho pretty brass trinket nnd lay down on tho ground with his hands mer his e)es Not a cry cniim lintn his lips 'J he soldier eook heard tho ox plosion ot tho pi liner nnd looked out llo saw the boy llng tin rn in 1 picked lilm up .So 1 iiellsh wns on tin. hoi's tongue that could tell nh ,t hud linppeiifil. but tho soldier saw It all. and with thu littlo fellow clinging round hismck tan to the hospital of his owniegl ment. Theio ho found tho loutig ( npt.iin Surgeon, ono of tho eleierest on thol'aclllo co ist, nnd besought 111 til lo s.Ho th") child's ties, but tliev won) h'lotnl tlm skill of the most skilful The soldier biought him back ii' dli.aud ho laid lilm on an old cine si t tle by the luck door and ton. tho bunlago olf his ies T imy were swollen almost shut and tho burn huit.but ho made uo sound. Once rr tuli'o he died " Juan, Juanlto," and there was the oil imto of commitnl In tho ulen th.it 'liniei no ouaier. lb' would not bmotho Ininlige on th" sightless e)es Ho nanted just to h no Ii m near him. some one who could i.inleistand what he said In tho ei.-iilng Juniilt i eirrl"d lilm homo to his mothei. Plucky li'tlo Ci irgo Washington! ni.oir ov inr.i i . ;sr coast. A Tornier Cnmt (.iim.l Mnn Tells of a Til rl. Ml. storm tlll.t Its Wleeks ' People tilk of I ig winds hole," s lid the Cap tain of n I rleantliis, who n is once in charge of a e.MSt guard station In lielatnl, "lut If they want to know whit a real sh rm Is like they sh .Hid estierlcn e some of the big blows on the cist toast of Ireland, along th lllsli ,-en in, rib of st (innrgee ( h.inuel 1 hue neior let eti eneneed .unfiling like them in t Ina lountri.th mch I am toldSof Western ej clones th.i' te ii up Me tic s b tho roota and cam lion-. - ami ,', eu.Miits tlirougli the air 'Hut for i e oil blow give luo the east wut of Ireland when theie Is a ht rm I Ii we scme tllnes f Mind it inn . ssible tii ki p my feet ntotig tln -h 'to ri I the I iiitiehlng of n life I'" it at a e Mst guard station there during n stcirmisiilngj.it. 'ih. w ,rst storm 1 sccr re inemher nn urncl when 1 iwi chief olTWr or ohiof I laMnan, as il was cello I, In ujeoast cu ird st. it." i' a w.iteruu' Plies. '.tiled New c istlo, win. I) lies aliilie tho I a-e of the .Motinio Mountains In ( iiiinti I'oiwi, just c.j posits tl.n Isle of Mjii The Mll.ieo t.iocs the sea in the . i ntro of a small bit nnd Is o neai tlm ei wall that when there Is a I g stotni tho spray leaps cner the wall and conies ,onn tin. ehltn ii"! s ,,f the houses nearest the sea, putting out the llres ' At the ti irth of tho tllnce Is a long stretch of 'iiniy leih , il l: ( ut Throat, which Blu-lves ..fT ten graduilly When a tcsel Ii dilien ashore at ( ut lluoit th.-re is no hopo for hoi she i w.ns sticks until she Is boaten to pieces I.) the wate- Tno st uiu I refer to eune iii fiom tin. southeast in tnealtern' on s uue hours Left re a big storm, the Isle of Man. which Is inlibl in good weather. Is seen distinctly ccen ll.o wales can I uis uigu smi breiMne on Its sin res The day I'crore the stnrn, theweither wis unusually line nn I th.-re n is p. .thine t" If steti but ci ami st,) ii m theslu.re ,,f the biy Toward etoiiinc the Is., of Man apis-u 1 almo't as su.l lenlv as if it ha 1 risen Ircuu the water I never saw it s .ilisinn tl fmin the shore i.etoro and it meant a I g storm within twehc h'.urs 'When the -t iim nirneil the Lett da) the rain p impjlintii in sheets I ut was blown In a hori'ont.ii dirooti n in spra). so, that If OU wore out t wis fmios-i' e toseo 1 efore you It was dangerous to l,e ,.ut. ns ''ates blonn from the i.s.N "f h ,u'os were tliine In all di rect. ons .iml eien r,i,t nt,.l then a , lulnney woul 1 I e bluwn d .wn I w iti hod leople from mv window trying P. go fmiii ono place to nn other, but strung men were b..wu about like feathers, and 1 saw inoii who hid to bo rut cat, hing hands to ste.n'y one another 'lhe torm Increased until I was gome to b-d.vrheua knock;, nine to the ,1 or, and ,u j.i-l guard olid in tniinulins st.iccore! In and said that a ves sel is ah .re it t ut Thr. at "1 hid oist 1 eon renting i l'ttsr fmn my brother, who w is eomiin. fr. it, W ,! s o.. : i.i.Mui, ..,,'. is ,-iMiwio; ii1 jn o ii s ,j,, it s hooner. iml In, ping lie wis net at sea In the teini e-t and th news th it a es.l wis ishoro s iri-d me 1 put "ii in) Im ,i i s m i hurrr ami wont out. but the wn I met mo In the teeth when I went out in.ll'owmed n The c ns. eii.iid 1 1 II. 1 in-up. mil hand in h md we went t'( it i li r .it win. hlw nb ut three liiar'. i- of a mil., aw ly and had a llfeboit stati ti '1 he n. l- f f thf -tiirm wis tf nible. It m 1 1,1 an; true ,m 1 shiieklieiu mv oirs like th- soun 1 of a thousai .1 liends lighting. '1 tie ram stnn k up the sticet h iri.-ntilli. nnd th 'iiL-h th night was i ot tori dark, nn couhl see only a shoit win .ihoid. owing I" the blind ine spr.ii 'lhe nini w is , n o ir ba ks and blew us done so th it we er me.l tn fit nther than will. Now an 1 then n or th other ..f us was Mown down oililed lielilvs'y with la'npp ms and o-.er.tlili g le In our way nil "'M-onih wire ihrntn dgiln" men wh , weio trMI g to get llolllf 111 the teeth "f tin- wl el k ii. . kn g tin i ,1 iv!) ' t i ut 'I hro ii we h nl t , ic n Ii the beach by crossing a sue ....-Ion if low -md lull eoiere 1 wl'h gn-s, 1 he re the wind got at us in Its grei'ost fun. blowing us ,1 wn eerv minute ir two As f i-t i- we would ci t to the top M i s md lull we w.nild I ' I I jini il inn t i the bot tom on lne other 'i i. thus getting iheid fister than we intended When wo ienhc,i he lifel it st.i'ioii a i tr-e r nd . f te pie Inid slreidi eollectc 1 nn'l n. re con. ring m the leo of the boi'hoiifi loin, surpri-e there wis lltt e -uif, the wlrd hining the "lie. t of beat ing down the w m s neir tho shcro 1 he life bolt was miniiid with myseifas o"e nt tho erw. and 'tril Inuidred ni l " ight th" roiH's and trie's to launch It I eoul I see the stranded ts'sel. u s. hooner. dim'v now nnii their through the spr n j the light ot nickels whh h the . tew wre firing, and the thought t i tt mv brother iiiinht boon loanl made me wild to get out I our t.mes the llfelioit wai launched and as mnnv tinie-.irlien t aok neiln. 'I he i e iplA pulled the boil out until the were up to their I reists in the wn'er It was Im P sll,' to hear am directions given owing to tho routine of the wind, wai. h tilled our jus 1 he llf'h time the bout was launch, d we were ab'e to keep it from being thronn back and bi d.giees na, hod the stranded vessel, 'lhe rev i-unsl-tcil nf eight men, and mi brother wis ol I mini as a passenger. 'lhe s hooner In I . ome from ( .irdllT. In Vt i'es. un.l was l.ound for lielfiist, lut whs blown n.hore at tli pla. e where she stranded We took the cien from the si hooner and lished them to the seats In the lllf b" it, as we were. It did not take us lone to get luok 1 he crew of the schooner wero eired for at the coastguard sla tion and 1 wilked h uue with mv brother with the nliul In our Inees It was like wading shoulder deep ug linst a strong tide with the wind in your fvo jt took us two hours to reach In me, 'as were reiei'edlv blown down I ef ,re we nrrlw 1 there. 'I hat was the I Iggest blow I eter rineinber. in. I I neter ex 1 "nen e I anything ' ke it In this country Dur ing the neit dii nr in., therx wis nothing but ii lings of nr," ks from fieri ta-t of tho coast, and more people lost their hies on that occa sion thin in im ringlo storm I eicr remem ber before or since ' ri:rii)i:7i ii. rmn.r mn.r. ( nr. ( out. I). dan's ( liiiln t ulirnkrii I'ntll a Olrl tlm Horn! the Mas Named Henry Clnj, Hti.uisowii,' i. Mo, Marh I't Jams Monroe Iiii Hiel b,r more thin llftv lears on the farm he boii-iht in In 1 Ho was a Vlr guii.in. find hating cmned i 'lit boat on tho Jan,es l.iier w is kiionn ns I aptnin lis was a I atrlotif moriean, and his ambition wis to huio ea h of hi "luldreu named after a Pie si dent, proilded thel weie boys He hied ti s-o 0 gilt Pie'ldc'iiH il namesakes ut iw mi a' iiit lum He used to '.lytlint his fiinily wis t.art of the history of Ins c untir r-fltigers and iieighbnrs who staved all night at i nit Di l.in f.umhouse eonld hear the rub all of tin I'resi louts Ironi Washing, ton to tan Hiiren. nnjlu Img the lattei early eicr) inoimng 'lhe old Inline r's seies wore hr -ad. and h wis one of lne tlrst little kings . !.... ...... -f ,1.. ... ti lli.x.u I, m im d' that i art "r iiieccintri ncine it was no, cssiry tor lilm t get his bojs out e.trly tin tin. woik d the day The house, dkn most f iiinhoii'escf that tlm-,' was a doub.e I ,g stru ".me. w.tli no eiitt) I ctween, which Wis us.. I a- lhe -ton-room int this unlry oil I apt liolnn vint oierv morning at "I i. lo k and i illnl the nil of (livtProsl.k-iits, who were n'kep in one wing of the house I,r many i-us tho f 'loiting roll .all was Sf etil hltflllel I. In the i nfor h-re gl.en ' W.i-hnig .in, W'lshuigtoii 'it usiiiil"oii ' 'the i img man of that iiiiino was -xi eete.l to nnsnei on tint 'bird nl and when lie had .1 nn- i ho heard the e uiiln.ilnl. "1 onif. sir, tune to 1 e i u- ' lnl then tin-, ill Pr ' -i o,le, Mobil ,l.nii- John buns. John ,lains' ( ,iic, sir. tune to I o out " folin d mis had uiiswered to Ida I an n on the thii'l i all 'lhe loll coiit'nu. .1. oinl the guet who heaari it le.iriiO I after it nns lliil-ln-1 that thero "rero In , Johns an I tw- iim 'cs ,ii the family One of the lolnis was a'a s ii.od 1. Im dnnis. nnd lhe other John i.niliu i im lumes was . ..lie 1 I i his name, tin- ther was Jimmi Slier tin- I nth ami lntMsuiot Maitin nn P i.en Diil hi. t lie f i'l or i ' tut t ) h ko sighed He w is n W hlg nn I i v. is a I tttci pill to name ono . f Ids I cos n.li( n Ju ksoii. 1 ut lis hiiti.il .m Duron Howe er. he s ml he eolildn t break tin- einiii 'I n . leirsnfter Martin an lluieiis ndti ut the I, iiiseho , was brightened In a girl P'lbi 1' r more th in n ear this "hlld -.ns kiniivii is -sissi, be iusfl the lather and m. ihei full" 1 t . iL'i.-e n a name t last, j. .never, tho m 'Mier gnio wv, 'an J the am' iti u 'f the faiher was to cme c-ti.it, gratified Ho 'a ..-. the girl II. niy I l-n Dolan. and lone after her fathers death, wlnlu her brothers were In the ( intc.lerjte rini nnd her mother was an Intalld llenry Clay Dolan held the homesto id against raiders until unuer a military order she and her mother were ban Ished I u-ri -neinbc-r A Hun family, t-icept Its hvuda. lobtlll llllng. , CURRENT EVENTS IN CHINA. m .vr Tiiors.t s i.ki't sTAttrisa nr rue xu.Lon mrr.n t'l.ooim. Two Pi in lure. In Iteiolt An I'nflntlerlne l'l.lilie ol the Iron Mollis nnd Amount nt llnnviin -Ann-rli nn Mnelilnory Sun piled for China's find Wooll.n 1 lit. Adi lee from Sliinchil say that oi on tho flrcat Yellow Iliter floods of twolio icnrs ago did not cause more wldosprea 1 suffering than tho io cent Inundation, nlilch has lett thousands of Poor Chlnoso lioiiiolcssiind stnn lug. At angc how there aro now gathered 40,000 refugees who are absolutely dependent on public elnr itv for life Tho Chinese authorities, assisted by tho missionaries, are tiling to rclleio tho suffering, but their funds already aro nearly exhausted. I'.ie ry il.iv rh e gruel Is distribut ed freo to the htingri mob, with tho result that It reunites all (ho police foicoof tho cltl to preient tho starving wretches from trampling to death tho iis'od nnd woik On the first diy ot this relief distribution the crowd pressed so abuut tho doors tin scleral children and aged people wero crushed to deith Mneo then the polico have prcicnted such crushes Should the general dot eminent furnish no nld tho suffering will bo seiero nnd riot tig will prob nl !v result. Most of tho refugees sntcd only their clothes mid n few articles of household use. 'J hey Iho in wretched holes in tho ground, colored tilth small 'traw huts, nnd many of them aro clothed in racs though the weather Is seierc lloports from tho Inundated country show thnt'nothliig has let 1 oen done to cheek tho break in the southern bank of the mer 'J ho water is still pouring tirough the great breach, and It will iciulro forolgn engineering skill to diiort thl9 water, unless, as usually happens, tho Clnncso n.iit until the Hood wnlor fulls. Nothing has been heard from I.I lluug Chang's party, which started out with greit Plans for the iniincdiiito.eheekltie of tho Hood. 'Iho only report recoiled comes through n.i tne sources and sals that 1.1 has turned b.n 1: toward Pekln. presumably because tho hard shlis of traiel In the depth of winter Proied too much for lum. Meanwhile the people who h.no a small accumulation of grain are catmc it up and will hate no stock for seed, while tho great mnjoriti will lo fortunate if they get through tho wlntor and carl) spring without losing somo of their number by starvation. Letters from missionaries describe, the scenes in the flooded district ns hcirtrendine. hat impresses ciory foreigner Is the apathy of.ths peoplo, who calmly an alt death by slow star i at ion and mako no outcry. TWO KEllEII toss. Alarming reports como In from the rebellion in Ilonaii and Anhul, and tho Chinco War OfTlco Is ut parently tery busy, but under any other (internment such a revi.lt would bo crushed in a fewwooks In Ilonnn the rebels aro lighters and they are falrll!nell bupphed with aims and ammunition, but any nell drillel force could whin them. In Anhul tho mob of malcontents hui been swollen to 10. 000 armed men. but in the great majority of cases thei h.no no ammunition 'Jlus Chi nese rabble would excite tho contempt of any well-drillod foreign sol.llors, but in C'hlni tho iml eri.il army la-ks both e'liiipment and disci pline Despito tho large sums tint apne.iras ei enditures for the army In each iceroy s accounts, tho men; are poorlv armed nnd wretchedly clothed The only things th it aro new nnd in flr-t-class trim aro the banners, with which ctery "nlnco army is fully i ro-vided THK II.OV W0IIK1 tT Htwts When J., nl C harles liorcsford made his lour ney up the anetso in November list he tlsited the famous arsenal and Iron works at Hainan, about ('."0 miles up tho rhor They wore com pleted in Is 4, and attracted wide attention ns being by far tho largest Industrial enterprises, C'luipped with foreign machinery and based upon Western Ideas, th.it the Chinee, up to that time, had undertaken Ird (lurles'a In st on this occasion was ( hang Chih-tunc. the progressive and enterprising horny of tln Hup" and Hut. in prot luces, whose most oher Ish.,1 hoLb for years has b on to pre an. ( hum to manufacture hr own lion and t , make hi r on ii ordnance bi the . inploj nu'i.t ,. l-umpeiii n i thodsai.d m.ichiiior) 'IheP'km iioiornin.-nt g ne little encouragement totln enterpiise. etcept to keep Its hands . -IT and le n c- th" loero) free to inve-t in tin si heme a pirt of the lev nun. sof his prot luces Cierm m expert advice nnd superintendence were cmpl.ned, the b.--t (lerm.in m n Inn. ry was pro, ure.l. two buil.lingsot brick iudst,,ue, i.iierlng foiira res and most solidly construct od, were rear.'.! some ilist.-uno from tho Y,ingt'i. nnd siventy acres were dev ,ted to the u-.-s of tlm plant, which had cost nearly J4 (H,). Munition it was ready to begin opera tioi s '1 he Meerov Intondfil to manufneturo light and hean orilnnuop, small arms.ind their nmmunltloii In the ar'oual, to produce rails In the rolling mill, and at a later dai to put up other buildings fortho manufacture of maehln eri Skilled workmen were brought from Cier mani to instruct the tiatno artisans who wero to form tho entire working force as soon ns th.-y became oflleient Minos of oro and oo-il weroopened about seventy miles .nst of tho plant to supply pig m n and tin I. and a r.ill roul.a mil" nnd a half long, coiiin'ctid tho works with the rlier The London Tunrf't report of the visit of I.ord Charles giies no flittering ph turn of the gre it enterprise and Its outcome under tho man ig. -ment of the natiio ofllelals. Only nineteen Kuro'ans nm emploje.l. three of them in fxicutlto positions. In a force of ".ink) men: the fxpensfs aro extrniagant nn.l the good results nre small The corrosimn. lent s lysthat the annuitl output of the arsenal Is about m.ikhi Mans, r rifles and 150 small cannon the latter of poor'iuilltv About 1imi.ii.ki cartridges are made eteryday with Imiiortod powder. The Iron works aro turning out dally about soienty fltotjns fiom the blist furnaces nnd eighty tons of llessemer steel he rails that aro be ing supplied for the railroad from P.io-tlng-fu south are tinfaiorably reported on. and hun dreds of thousands of dollars' wirth of lino machinery Is lilng Idle 'Iho works ire u it pnilng expen'f'. and aro a constant drain Um the resources of the Viceroy l'.ifn If thfs.. statprnents do no Injustice to the present condition ot this lirge nnilto en terprise, they do not proie hi nnv moans tint the Chlnoso are 111 nd.il tod for such undertak ings The natives are apt pupils, but It could hardly lie ex ecto.l that in so short a time they would become highly efficient In the conduct of nlTalrs reuulrlng the most thorough training and nxport toeluileil skill ( liaugC hlh-tung s laudable undertaking nnd 'Uoh results as hi, his achieved nre at least another h"p. fill i root that (hlna is awaking from hfr sleep of ages and dot. 'loping in the right direction l IllSt'S Til ST MOOI.IKS Mil I The first woollen mill In China to be fur nished throughout with American inn. hlierv Is b. ,ug built liiin'nnn 7Vn fr, ,i novvspiper devoted to the interests of American manu facturers, tolls about It in Its muni ei of March 1 '1 he now factory Is at '1 on-Tsln '! he m.i ehlneri has nlr ndy been shipped, nnd sh uid be in ( hill. i bi this tune It hisnlre.idv been Pii.i for Almost all the weaving machinery came from n Philadelphia linn Dr II 1' Dif enderfer of Pluladeli liln miikes a trip to I Ii in eieiy year to promote the Interests olvirluis American flini' In whleh he Is Interested llo was in hi. a when the e instruct ion of n wool len mill ut 'lieu 'I sin was decided ui on. and it once c-j-it.-.l such Inllueii'-o as In. hid to seeiiio the o. niraf lor an Amt-rii in llnu. When Dr Dlfeu.'i rf. r had mm iud tin older ho cam.) I. ink to the 1 nltcl States nIa-t ns In. could lomako an iiigemcnts to hue it filled, 'lhe ml'l Is ISHX'Jl feet There Wore tlllrtV threc midlines in all in tlm lot sent to ( hiu.i to Im sot up In this building Among them are tnol.o blanket looms 1 ho we nine of blnn kets Is to l n the principal .tork in the fn"tori. V n Ii maelui n Is t . lo driven from a counter shaft bv-nii electri, motor, un I a e,,inp!et ol Ml'-al .-.ic pinent was also furiisic., I) al'itts. burg firm The I oil, rs nnd st.-.im engines i.iinu from Ilariisburg. nn.l the stalling, pul lets and belting from Phil i lolphla Theorganber of tin- mill is Wu Mow Ting, n, imaging. Iireotor of the Imperial II illwiiv of N Tib Lhinn and comprador of the 'I u'li-Tsiti brain h of the Hong Kong nnd shanghai II ink Tb-ii-Tsiii. where tho woollen iimnnlactiirii g Interests nf China have made their start, fs oin i.fiht natural distributing points for Vnth ( luua Its imputation is etlmute,l nt iCiii, 110" The city Is sltuati.l on the pei Ho I'lver, where It joins the , im II . ibont e chty miles soulli of P. km I hen is gnat junk tr.illle bet vv e. n tin tw) cities So igolng if-sols ean go up Mi" r v. i nsfiras 'Ilen-Tsln llosldes the river tritllc there has I n a tremendous trade between the two eltles fur years by .mil. and tons of merehaiiil.so wen. trundled ba'k and f irth over th road in wheelbarrows until ,i few lears ago.whep a railroad was introdui'ed. The Shan lint Knaiw -til llenis, whi'-h have ie eentlv been opened, aro only sixt miles trom Tien-Tsln. and their operation has gn .u.y st linu luted all manufacturing lntere-ts l.ci i fm, 1 1 mlf sins " As a enmmerclnl centre Tlen-T'In Is of vast Imtortnnee. and Its trade is Inorensli g at n trcineiiilniis rate This can well be Imagined from tho fact that the city Is the only outlet bi son for the entire trade of a section of North China which has a imputation not fur short nf 100.000,000. Wool Is one of the large Items. if exiiort. and among the others uro bristles, coat sklne, straw bruidiiud coal." re.wo.r l'titMiut is ntu .tin. Unexpected llnllooii Klde of lliigone Die Cnrthj tn a llelghl nf .1,0 KI I rot, laigotio McCarthy, a tall, slctul. r Irish Yan kee, vvhodl. .1 recency ut tho niniintnlii Ml'ago ot Waltslleld, VI , Hindu a s.-lis itloiuil otngo ntthe Mad ltlicr allel l'air mi Sept 1, lHt'T, Ilia hot air luillooii. TnngI din tin-car m s, a prls mer by accident. Iim shot ml , the air far ubuvethnbaiolopol 11a Id Mountain llnmseto a height of ,'1,000 foot, and aft" r struggling and i!aug!iiigxlu itii.ti.il lu-lpl. ss bolow thecar, ho returned to earth, not ,i coipse, but the samo rugged il teen Moitntnln tanner More than ".OOOspei tntors had assembled nt tho fairgrounds In order towltin ss tin. bal loon n-ei-nsloii 'lo mnke Hie nscenslon nsnd. lords. . I tlm professor called t" tl"1 crowd for volunteer wi'iknion 1 ugon,. Mitarthv ie sfiohdiid nnd took his a-sigicd station inside tlm .aulas balloon ,ni On the outside, b) this tune, the huge bag had been raise I and Mip,..rtid so uicli by gui i dies on nil sld. s, A lire had boon stinted In n tunnel in older to furnish tho tn c ssart hot an led M k ro sette, tho 11 uii,. i in tht'.tigh tin) tunnel and e.ime tl inside the tlplificd bag Willi n 'trnillll ot saiks JIcL'althl nnd the I'loln-sor nolo thote p, movent these spall, fiom tiling tli cloth Orailtl ill) ns th" current ot In I alt svvef t Int.. the ci. tho t.,p p.ut swelled fntth until tho unship l c-.imn res'l'-ss in Its attempts to leap In ali nw.ird l!y th" faint lippl in-,- out slile Mi ( arthy knew that the voiing vvnuiau 1 ni former, who h.nl be, n .idveilisc-d to muk" thu des -nt in a paiachuto, was leinlj to -tint At a Mien signal. In onlerloeseii . uiii'inglo meiit in the rop. fast, in .1 fiom the balloon e-u to tho pal. u but.', McCnty jumped to tho cntn of his small circle spn Hut In. caught tho hot air fiom (lie tunnel full in hi face, linlf-bllndcd bi smoku.in.l Il.im . In. liuturilly stepi ml back, and utiintoiitiomilli p'ac. d a foot iic-rosj ,i raised parachutu mi So win ti tho balloon car, Iod Irom gui mpo. juini cd up ward, thu lolutiteoi ii'jrl.m.in felt tin) rop) tighten undid his h g l!v ti itur.il iml ulse ho gi.ibb, .1 tho tope ot. rlioud llionb r to keep him Belt tmm filling he id .low iiwiinl. Ho aooonl inell b' on found him-. If, not on tlm giouinl where ho b longed, but 111 mid mr, swinging twent) feet above the P ir.i, huto i cilurmer and lii-hine skin.ud .-it etpros train speed. In the lli't confusion of thu iurt upward tho si tct.itors did ii it lucigm' Md aithy In tho balloon The) saw a stMiig.-i In tho rigging danelltig below th - big canvas lag. and nat urally thought, as otc-nthiiie wont up noise less;), hi piescnco there an Mindicitlsed I art of tho piogramme. What made tin- double nsccn'lon still more intcic-ting t them was tho eieri-.la) appearance of tho rutin II" was dressed, not In stage bn'lot costume hko tno woman, but in modest farm clothes Theie fore, when a shoit. thl, k-set man suggo-P .1 a )ell of a-pruv.il. tho 'J.ii'jij men. v uni'ii and ehlldron sent up si inixo .1 die. r to Mm I. illoon. In riiisni r tin. loung woman, who r. t il eniii fort.ibli on a tr.ipee h.u, boned ami threw n kiss to hr udinir. rs s for thu other ii tormer. tho man in --lili t sle. i, -, hi, s,.,.nn-,l fright' nod He neither bow. l nor na.l his hand, but In I.I on tight and Pi ik no notice of th" s ect.it. irs The) w it. lied him rle to l In ight of ",".. kj foi t wln-r. like Ins, o-ni anion, ho nns merely a dot at th" end of n thr. ml M Cart In. at tho 'but, beard and ol ) .1 tho sound a Iv ice of the profes-or to hold on tight He felt the e irth sink ri Idh as in ni.-tpioss . levator in a tall otllce building, and at I, I feet began to f I him. If luore at h niio. II ear then began to go slower and steadier Sj he examined his i ,-tt 1 m in tin balloon 1 or a seat, half-w n b. tw. en the tn,i-'i r big and parachute top, he hid a small mm ring, to which w. 'io fastened the ropes of tln-hoi-alr cir and parachute lie -itt mptod to look. don nw.ird. but as the thought ot filling un nerved him ho grow ill?) I In ii In r uiein I pd a faint oil -er. and w ,n I, r -d win his trlen ! -. I'liu'il so much plo. is, d at his ,1 irg. r otis position Hlsmii-lngs In luld-an contin ued unnl ho In-ard tin voice of hi- companion p, rb run t ' II llo' 'sild he "H. llo siul McCarthy. "Are )ou safe: ' "I glP'Ss so " " Hold on, for I'm colnc " "(r l-b.' -aid M-l arthy "Oood-bi," snd the girl Although at i height . f '.'..".OO f...-t, M Cirthy bv this timo h nl In gun l be . u,-. uricoil by tho i re-one. of In airship C'tunani.ti. II" furiln r hid ho e.l tint le. iue f his aer i .1. i 1 1' trip sh might not make Icr Ir p in Mm I irn huto Ibr announ. d t .rt h meviirl thereloro tme lilm some in 1111"-' Il naturallv prn'irn-.l her compan) l.ut with trim dr. en M iintaiti grit he hell onto tho n t es ami 1 an tit It iv ut. I ' r In r .let r- ir- l'rom bis bo)b . iil. M' 1 artln b nl lit..! on a farm, and had nev, r "mile I, it th Intio n Into si h '.uii iile on W ait'fb 1 1 1 0111111011 su 'Innn s tious as the beinv 101 of hot-.ur balloons lit tho sky 'I In rotor". In t i"i eoi'tc-il when his frn ml ! ft him t 1 h ot login r 111 tin- air Pnr s, t 11 tl t In vva iti'li.-d null L'.r.isi f, 1 t, but he lta foroed t" olio) the law of nature 1 rood of the weight of the girl and I inn bun. which dr. ! tied low .id tin- f 'Ir gr minis, M C irtliy nnd hi- 111 tii lo n ed "kvn.inl again lorMn. next few so. nds the 'olltru ) pris, nor 1 1 ,s,., ids oioll.ls, held his br. ath and cr.sio.l th.i ropes tighter lb- iuii kly n.-o r.iiifo, t. and there -it un ..ltitu.l- , f .l.'i 1 f. t llo itod la iv In the still m .uiitaiu air 1'ir aboie Pill Mountain In- look a pinorinuo in-w of the Si em r) win, h showed the Montr. .1 moun tain in I ma, la, the white peaks In N w Hamp shire, the wh ,e sweep of rtn.-iit to tho s null ami Lake ( Inrnpl un and tlm dlrnn dioksiuNew Virk stun Put the man in the hallo m soon tired of lust low, lie tin n waited forth" hot stimky air In tin. car to cool and take him homo On tin1 trip homeward, Mot'irtfiy equalled In grace the par.u huto drop of th" loung woman. As th" hot nir cooled, h,. slowly descended and ilnally.li-.ipp.-areil.il"' halt a mile from tho park, behind a clump of trees In Fntoii Val ley On tho groun I ugiln. ho dodged the fall ing cimas. and Immediately started for the fair grounds There McCarthy found hlm,"lt n hero In n fen words he told tlm story of his wonderful experience In mld-ilr. then hitched up his horse, jumied Into the wagon nnd started for home. .-.- r ur.r.r istestigatios. Inipe rtnr-ficnoral (artlngtnn C'niiilurtlng a l'er.onnl Inijttlr) for en, lilies. Wasiiisotos, Mircli 17 Col 1' flarllng ton. acting Inspoctor-(jeneral ot tho army, re turned to Washington la't night trom Chicago, where ho has been conducting a person il in testlgatlon of Oen Miles' allegations about the nieit supply of tho nrmy. lbs suljo, t was rt'f. rre.l by Cien. Miles to tho Insp"tor Oonernl's department for Investigation, and when Oen lliockinrldge was ordered to Cubi and l'ortn lln-o the wok was turned over ti Col Oiitlington. '1 lie ( "lonel ' cured much of tho information tint O. n Miles furnished t 1 the Wai Itite-tiguting (' mmissiou, but con tinued his inn slight ons niter tlm com mission made its ri port llo ti-ited scl eral iltiis in search of Information nnd scleral ineks ago wont to Chicago, where ho ooiiilin-led a quiet luquuy among former uiiiloyoes o the beef-packing ts tablishineiits He mad" pirlieular 1 IToris to learn something about the use of chemicals by the beef lackers, and admitted to-, I iv that, with Mils dii't In view, he hud visited tin who!' sale borix hen,s in ( hi ago, ami in quired whit qiinntitli s, If nnv, 01 notax had been purchrisid I) the lacking (lulls II "V sin 1 e-fiil In. was In this line .f investigatum Cnl (larliugioii i.-fiise.l t.. sai He si. I tint he would glie the inf .rmati .11 in his iS- sfsslotl III ,1 rt'I-'lt on t be 111 l.b' I l.ell Mi'es II wis unit le 10 tav wln-n Mils rniKitt would be r ad), a he had .nit etule I hi mtcs tlk'ati.in. which will .'"iitinno for s in, t me 1 o li-irllngt m unl Mi i'fternion that he did not tisit any of tin-1 1 k.ng It uio- tn 1 hi cag or In Omaha nln if he al leondil ted nil Ini, stlgition In uddittoi to hi w irk with r feri-n -e 1 tin r fr geia'eil beef, hen's 1 m nlo inqiiiri. s about cnnin Iriast I orf ,111 I on lent ore I t) iscertain wh. 11 c rta 11 br.u Is had b. 1 n prep.iie.l nnd In whit r, muni ABusinessFilansaid; "For economy's sake I had done without tho telophono service until lately. I had It put in less than a year ago, How I would not givo It up for Five Hundred Dollars a Year." till. iYS t'JD.J nHS5A0B RATES make the cost of tele phone -rt l U New York very moderate. STANDARD rQL'IPnCNT for all tubscrib ere. The rate varies wltb tbe amount el use. JIW TOET TILZraOlTE CO. Ii Dr II. Ml Bro4.j, US W Mth St. SPOKTSMKN'S SHOW PKTS. ,11Wlf.S, 1,11111 ll tltll, Til I I itAi'i: Aim 11 11 it 1 1 ih:iio. lhe Two Iteniets 'Unit Wire Mi U nnd W III. Il I. lout. .1.01. ll.iudrulf II 11 1 Itiil Huh) lit 111. innl I It. 1 1 St.. 1 1 - I he I 11 1 iiiiiut lings nnd I ho It W.ilf It. Illinois. Mariellotis (ale of inl'i niure in (on st, il Id nnd llo jd might be ti,l, 1 t . th 1111111.1. of in. n. Wonn n and child inn wh lliioi ge.l the limit mull's 1. xliibllii.ii In lhe Mudisoti -sipuon Ii u doii. It tlm foimer ib-iil.-eiis ot I ami Iim woods nnd 11 dels, held oip'lin In the show, could spcik tho Imgungi uiulcistood bi-tln-ir lisltors '1 he) w, re a sl"l( ,,t of iinim il when they ailit.-d In .New nik, utnl Mr .1. .nen., the chief ( at ndhtt Com missioner and Ins liilT t unnl eiile f .r ooiisi. lotah!, imxi. tv In the Itulls) ositioll 'f soietui of tlmlt dumb eompnnloiis for soict ,1 da) ufti 1 tin Ir nrriui! 1 p I in .lav or tu ,'lg.jtho tek. si 111. Illl.nl of the ( Hindi in e 1. nnv u. is 0110 of the two In -ivurs 1 lit. t I ill leilns, howoini, n port good 1 ror, -s 1 ill u I loeoleiy. Theie llollld be lie Ut Hills', ill 1, I, not onl) ill C,inn,l-i, but also on the putt or C ,11 i lum re-uli nts In Nnw mk nnd of S nth ci n visit, us here, as wc II ns ti'u..iig lti"ii in spottsui. ii ivh.iiisit ( niili.ii ii, )lltlng "Id i I htippi.ii t j i.lthi r o the b.-avots 'Ih" spec illntitest nltncliltig to llieso inl nn's is .luo to tln fact tl,-it tlm I, an '. . u i count of lis Imlu-iii. I -is I. -u --I- te.l n. I. 'tin mhl. m rf 1 touch ( .nun! i It- I il'i-" I- I'li.iisi" b found upon the biniu i n,, s, ils of the M .Joan Uu lisle and otic r i i I, ilia! sunn s In fin- iro.iln o of Qu I M.itiv h irs ago almost ni. ry .n.i'.l.ible I ller m I an 1 1 1 had its b.-'iici .1 nns utnl c l"ti s , f "e.i-t, I. ' i,s the 1 n indi-i unulians call them '1 In1 in, tca-ine d' in iml for tln-u -kin end th" Indians' etti . irdinnry ! I sh fn n dish if be in r tail were thr. ate line Mi" evtuietn n of the cillloUS littlo till i 111 il unnl n b w lents ti n Ic. when the doveil 'n. nt o' tin' Piovlnoe of 1'iiebi ' piohil.lt. . I Mull oil tin torn leini '! )eirs llenter ilunn on' oik mote in iking thnlt ippn iranoe tlii.nielii.ilt th" wild eouiitt) ti noised by tlm (,lin bnc and I.akot .1 ihn ll.iil'v.iv, but the ciii'ure of lb" atilmils tiliie is bv no mo i 1 im 11 tisk '1 Im Pair now on i.thlhi'i' n wore tak. n fur niv iv north of Like M .lolin. In the MitnsMil P.ivoi, wi'll known to the moio ndieiiiur.. is of Amerlc in niigl. 'isor it f. .mine rapid' m.ig lullcilit watoifalls and l-ndul in. .11 ill In1 fishing 'I lie" two teiurs a a lik Iv to r -m 1111 In the I'lilted States I.I. ut ( n Wood 1 u tT. whotisited the ln,w on Alon.liv.ls very anxious to icijuiro thenif 1." hi-I n scri- In tho Adirondaok Judging by tlnlr rilalnt.vo cries, tho twin bah) I c us am not s', Hiding vi 1 j well tho rai id round of "tenement att ndlne th. Il life in Mi's grt.it city 'I lu-y aro nipirmtly reeeiiing more handling iml other titii-nti m from eliu dn n and lad) 11-itors to the h ov Ihnti aro g.iO.lf r their In i'll- '1 In ) 1 ik" kind'i t . tho in taut s f. . dmg I o'tl", fi 01 wlib h I lies .ire f -'I regul ir'i 111 . n tit the .itue tn.iuner.is hum in babies rue, to the er at di ligh o'j n. nil.' lis ltors homo women at tin- sh iw -lit n-k with lauebti r at the slelit. (Ith rs want to tnko tho it, 1, hll. 1 .,, .,,,- nisii ..... .- .. .. t.b .'. ... . ,.. tltil cubs up In the. ir arms and bug them. '1 ho toinl. rtn ' finploieil in the nttcmrt to reir the biby bruins , 11 I sun rises rnu when It is borne In mind th it tin 1 are iph 111s nnd 1 1 lv a month old 'Iho trig.'.li tint ren ,1, red them 1110M1, lb 's led to their e 11 tn ity and tnti'po-iatioti Irom tin it 1, mve wilds to Now nrk It o-eiin.'l Ii tli-iii thr," vi. ks ago. nnd within 1 w k of the tun th it tin y llr-t saw th lieh'. if Mm 1, tig winter , I n spout by tin .r mn -inal pr-.j. mi ir in 1 c mti ut the root of a g .nt siru.ii tn-e tun ath several f. ( t of m w, no ir tho Link of tlm si Maurice l.iior In Mi" irnln 'f C'uel eo M it her and ' 11b were ar ,11-. .1 by the nuging blow of a liimi ermiii s te f. long th lug hpiueo, nnd Mrs Drum h id 11c iinoiethau half emi rg.i.l irom vnnt. r ,unt. ts wlun .1 woll-illroi ted t low of the n.t ii. d her doom. At1v1111111lcr.it oiTorsIni,. been mule m Mm show tonct a fot r mother to hoi orphaued offspring Hinging In sire letweon the baby cubs and the two monster bo.irs m th" In I m , imp on tho tige aro sever d im ml er of the Pruiu f.imili the most teninrk itiieof whieh are tho lourling 011b Irom the 1 an nil 111 1 imp of Ijr. Hiliitirik 1 ,11 ot tin in. md th tw ,-v ir-o ,1 from ("t nv 1 th 11 h I -ii ir 1 m-d t cive ,-t-lilbitioii I ilng in ite... wii'i hi m 11 1. nml Mud li nd inn ni of ns i"1!! re hour in it Ini: link Mi 1 nil h e. In 1 mp.inlou 111 cup tiviil. 1 blip -bio., b-d c-inlim born of t k brought out 10 C in.i'labi Mml'ir! ot AI.. rdr.-n Si , mo n ally on unions slulT d moo 110 1 1 bo f iiind in tlm Ouch, e ih,tit fir ,-t e.l Ing in sl?e and 1' inly Mm live "..iimiw shown in th" .enttil iml -uro 'iho larg. -t o vv and th" large-t bill' m. 1" inu-t n h tv li mi living, h iioctoi e I. 1 inwiieht 1 goil-i .1 h'it-o Tln-gr up. ..nsl'tiug .f a c ,w ind 1 i'f Is inueli a Innn il. 'lion i-miui. i ton eon nen. d with Mi" kil'iug in t'm Metape.lla v.il lei 01 Mm bug" bin1 'Iho bin t-r had called htm through .1 1 me of bir h bark, ju-t a the guiles In tlm show- do duly lor Urn amusement ot 11-it m- The fern tlo cuUivusso w II imitated tint the m r,.ai s, on Imardnnproioh'nc through tin thi-k tin. ,!ctbiuh, I Hiding him If 11 11111170.1 by th) hunt, rs ruo and .lis"' vering tint h hid l n intelglo'l inton fru tb'ss orrnni of Im . the old bull 11 isooi , ream with 11 sight of Im 11 il) foe ih ill ho m.nlu a mil .1 ish 11 him, leating lilm nothing hut instant d, it ti is nn aiternatii" for a well directed riflo nun 'III., br.iiest heirt may well iiunko at such aeritl. d moment, and old soldier w I haio pasedwith hoimr tlinuieh the 1 nun in war hive I tl kn.wn tl fail thl ugh v it nn nt In their aim when bUibb-n'v c ufi nt I tilth .1 caribou or door An attack of buck f.ior In face of the '.ivigo cli.ugo of nn en raged bull may well pr.no fit.tl. Ono shot brought the monsi. r in oiiot.,n to his kno-s. and when three morn bails hid been llrod into the uiiivortne torm .b ath enuo.l Si me of th" hue" nm wn leads com" fiom tlm Ottawa and Mnttrtwa districts, nn.l tho -I..... ....,!... r..n ,1... n..i,...-.. ..... r n, .. caribou nutlets from Mm country between J.-iko St John and tho 'ugneniy Iho l.ist.iuen-tioiu-d t.-rnt ry and tin t alloy of thoMetipc.ll.i furnish some of the best hui.ting to i had In C iinad 1, and lioi'iies to hunt thoro enn be ob tained Irom thei. jv. 1 nun nt of Quel c. "John iiii," tho 1 t 1 iril 11. c nies fiom tin. St. Maurice country, mother line hunting di tru t Ho sulTon d from .1 sow re , ., m ri .lav or tw , ago, win, Il guVc 1 ic to uue 11 r, le-i,-inu a to the out. ..ni. All dai gcr -ten, n ,vv to Invn p ied aiv iv Agu'l deal of interest Is niturn' vc, ntroil in iho 1 s niliii nit d ,gs alt , 'lie I t 1 lonuii" tliiu . ir km 1 of toltgg in si. leh 'llmiana d an (inieiiiiin lit nientlv hlp. d 11 Lire) I iimb. 1 of th. ... 1 h.u ,U t 1 ih, Klondike f -r Mi mull nice t nml fn m l'ivv-.,n ( itv 'liul am 11. 1 uis I rules, and him n t n v been known at times i. tuiu ,n tin ir diiv.'rnnd kill lilm. but It is lelniel that wlnn ono f tlietn bi'Min'S 'laurel or w, unde.l 111 a light w th b f. I1 .iv-, the lato of blood will i-aiiwi Mmm ti iluvonr tlm vv. aknr ot tin ir 1 umb. r V ither In. lisp -it I011 urn in m iniiei do iln-i lilb r mn b fiom the ordliii-y 1. 111 ( iiin'im w ", two iiio'iutod si.oeimi.nsot vvbl'linn sh wn In Mma, I of ki'luig 1 luri'i.u I In llrt t, .' me un to the .n tun lutlio' ba-i nrr in enur-e I v springing nt .n , f the h t, li gi ninl dr u.g ng tlmoirl! ..'I to Mm ui jUii 1 Th j Iiett tocoino up tin nt It thr . it W1M1111 Mm Inst few viitis thorn hns In en .1 huge itn-nnso ,11 ( inn, In In the numb, 1 f tv ute Tw 1 iaue in. gn. n f 1 1I11. 1 I'm I the ..li I It I .li. Mil v. irs ig ..r the li .1. -n-111. -in 1 nt ill t- "li Mm In 1 I nf vv - 'I , o otlmt I Mm vnst un-r.-.i.- in 1 ri i 1.-. 1 tlm do. t an 1 1 aril 01 ill 11 vv hi li t In totoo, in blip. sill.-,-' llllll'l is m il puis of t . I'l vim f llliobe. r ,' it I th oil h .11 III I ib-.-l I'leutllul, Il'nl Ml" I I" r In It oiled g UII" lire al o!ut"iy be ,, tiling am -mi. 1 1 lai nn r in ' me 1 ins .f tin 11 tn through Ihn am int of 1 n 1 tisuun d I 1 Mmm 'lln w if 1 1 . the "lily t .iir-f .icdeiemj ofh" l or In th.. etiostioi m n 1,0 net, a eag.-d -.p. ' iitnMi if Ih1 1 ana, 1, 1 lyut, ." n e 1 iv, the 1 n in h-l .iiiiid.ai s '.ill it '111 11 I .1 huge -vi I eat Some! in. it.-'imbstn , ninl dr , s fim overl. nigh g I nun b up u it prnv Al i'lni 11 mr -tent'i foil ws M s 'ei t of II, 1 1 int f il 1 gin u I. 1 1, 111,1 il coniiiigui tv t' r- itbi'i-'-d I r ) it I. un Un li- I 1 1 h ii.gs ..n 1 v rs tuel 1 1,1 vv it .1 Oil' the lllli ll ol II M' I III Us II PI s " t.n I , Mm 1 1 11, is, ,, .''h. 111 -t an, Us ing 'tin I-- in tin- 111. -nag t .1 tin o.--1 11 lb s 'info iicui., -ug i Im I 1 k Mt Ji'i! is s,,s him a lui in of u.tai nl tl, 11 ,li 1 t int, h,'Veiooit i-fv, t ', lui oil 1 I, .Is U , I . In f, 1 , , mi j tl,.. p k ' n I - in Mn weor lln ei 1 Ink eol r" I .1. mi' !t tb'shovv s, 111. w h a 1. 1 r I lis 11 a , 11 vv Mi a vv li te ,'n . I HI 'I Ilk Which in il illi He- llliitlll 1 h 1 1 ll, igh in 10-1 . ri vt ,u i- 1 o' - 1 1 J 1 1 1 .ink, 1 at 1 I , ' . 1 c u . d 111 I d 1 I it I . n os i -, 1 - il , 1 ire- - nn im 111 id i- md f r ' ii - 1 .11 ii ill 11 fi r th 1' 11 nn ipiislug 1 an t linn b i" -' cli d i-siti '1 'id I Hit 11 1. lb -. - 'li u-md , tl - 1 1, 11 iiiiiiua ll, in , 11 .1 " -I- I- r. I 11 1 ' . I lb in In- 1- ,.i 1, i in. is" , g I thu k it f iiisi.Mitur 'I li k, k 1, iv till , ' - 1 . .1 1 1 In 1 I ' ill.'-' I ' . Vi . 1 I ' . I . i'l 1 k ft ,, lli -' I ) li 1 1 tt ' I 11 I Mm Cmr 11 ir 1 1 1 s I i 1 - 1 er -1 ik 1 e a 1 a, 11 .- ii ii- 1 p u gi illiil "i In ir llu ! i, ll ,1 ! - iiltll Ol, j III III! t -eltsol s, VI .1 1,t ,,. , thaws an 1 su' unit d . u n,. 1 ire on whleh It fo. ilswiih I". .ui( ,lt i 11 1 Ue w here lu 6c arch of tlm ujc.iu, ,i bui isMn 0. if 1 Pond's , I ; CURES 1 ; 1 v Bruibus, Cuts, .ill . e H I I Pain, Sore Ihio.il, B E I s-Surc ('hot, Bum-W e 9 1 ' chitis, Omifhs and ti t I I h CUIs. j K ( ' -tibsMtutes ) I H I Pond's Extract S H refloats its virtues . E H .IV ivhorcvor usod.Hh fl r bjbjbjji it: i i iwtts ; i in i:it. 'M Imll l I'm .. tin- I nrgi-t Asylum fnV lm lln ir in in lit, with 1,10) Innitil.'.. H An I i gb-li ' ivi t I li i I ng igo endowed M an-ir it f i ,g ! nul inllrm hoi'o, and theie jH tin in. .hi ti I i i I, i-, w h Iniogoiiewionit ,'B In the i m ai 1 Int uis wh' hue grown 1 vilniv vviih ig. ni 1th. 'iibllii Imr-n who lis lt iiiinol hi h iiilib r In l!n hunting field Inn V t.,g, tin i in luiutii'iis oa-i', .No i mpcrs nre,, lk mini it i 1 'lhe pauper Imi e, iihon past use v full,, -, I 'till tun . d out to die I ) tlio rond ,H sld. , r, mo-.- fi.-iinnt'i In lit-lit up hi enter. H prling .1. ilet-ami shipiid acioss to the Con- jH tiiietit, win ic. in tain us f.-u tones, he sufTom 'm in. t ,n ,.i h, s mt" feitlli.-. r, bather, beef. M uud iiii.iimoi il lootb, r in iik, -ml lo articles. tJH 1 iiglaml al ' h is a homo forl"g. hut that's ,H i nnue lllior.il institute n nnd lecelies ths H fu udless ns well a tin. well-b -do old and .jH ijecrei 't Any I llom cur who needs a homo and a dinnoi can be ".itlund Info tbe fold. B nnd. despite tlm Intali Is, tho Inmates nre.as 'jH llielj a sot , f pain ois as ono could wish to see. !H Tlm dog nsvlutn Ins a largo pi ion In Ilrltlsh iH hlhipathv. nnd dinitiois of monoyand pro- JH tl'ions pun into It, ispeilill ,it Christmas .! time Cliri'tmasilintmr Isanelal orate feast. ,H I tan. o, too, h i a home for aged nnd Infirm H docs; 1) it tin I Hgost iii'tUiitioii of tho kind Is ill In Ind a b ui l"ti lorirs ngo n society ot ''(al vvoilthy li ml ios e-tiblsini a "Workhouse) jffl .shini for geil unl Itiflim ileasts and lllrds' Wt ut the soib pui st. lln. n. no u I nleiitt.i Mora XM than 1.0.HI t itiei.ts am nriw In the nsvluin. Jj aiul tliev Include eovv bulls, hots. s. shoe d. jED pigooi '. Inns cits, immkcis, dogs in tact. ,jS Hii-eitni lis ot a I tin- duiiiosiio mutual i, f India. fi F A suti. rmtendetit and i ightv employ es bine) fM eh'itgo.if tin- iiisiinition nnd tin. ntilmals re- litr ceiie-kllfn'i ire ituli ! r) c uii fort lieport doe-i '!B sii b w.-vi i.lb it fi iluig inns high unoiig tin) IkM lilllleis lie. Illse if llll Hl-T ill. H III lll.lt Mil 111 jj l.iior 'f the e .w '1 he cow holds a sacred iil posni. it nmoiig ibo Himlo , ami. appir. ntly. im tin . -vi rinp. is work their snnetiti for all U ui is w irth in th" wai of extra rations and ntten- eij Hun Satin illi tin irritates the atilmils who M .1 ui t own a halo, and, upon Mm oc I'lmn 'M when lions nitiv. s 11 k to vvorshlp th" In- 'ffl .1 g"iit but 'a' n I cows, and bestow gift upon ijfjj tie m, Ihn s nn and ill -ontr nt among Mia ,! other workhoil'o inmates ritlaiu almost tha S proportions of oten r, belli, u : A tin'11-nn nl li is several times been started f In N.ipl.-s to proi lib. an asylum for Mm .Id ago of thu vvrotehe.l horses nnd donkovs tint aio H so 1 rut illy tr.atod by tlm livv r ili.-s. but so far the plin Into not succeeded In tha ",M llrt place, by tlm time a o-ipolitan gets through with a horse or donkev there isn't enoiu.li of tlm be it left t) be g ithored into nn iisilum; and then, tlm blind brtit.ilit) ami InJ cruelt) socm nb- ilutely Imjuind roach of luw WB or re.i-on TnnSooioti f r the PreyonMon of m ( ru ty to Animals doe ovist there, md works , filthf 111. though wiMi dlscoiiraglngly smnll & result, hut it rciijulre" urig" to do such work L'H in Nap es Interforoncnerii.iges the mnsteis of fH tli sulTerlng br ites, an I, on y a shori timo & ago. tin-Pro-id. nt of tho society lilirowly es- KM cap. ,1 asasiu.i'i n ITS TJ. 8 S TEXAH. NEW Y0I1K. N. T. Bopt. 23. lROl NATION T. On.M-0-rnONE COMPANY. b"t IJroadway, New York. GLNTLEMEN: M I sm.l a Onn-o.phnno herewith for 1 cleaning Tlm In'trument was remarkablf ft loud, c'mr and true until the salt air of tha S tride -iltnls permeated the box and rusted tha a wirks It gav jfll '"rs an 1 men great pleasure ,W on boanl the tt Paul, nnd I want It to do ths ;fl sin1" good "111 'f ab nrd Mm 1 etas '8 loui tru'y, c n sios-iut. 'I ( ai t hi. I S A, g Bon j Ami TAKES THE PLACE OF SAND OP. i SCOURING SOAP. IT IS AN IM- j PP. OVE MENT, DOING THE A HOUSEHOLD CLEANING WITH- 1 OUT SCRATCHING OR WEARING .? OUT THE SURFACES CLEANED. rupture" j -"MIL.-. it ic- ir . I tit ralinn, , -V.v V ... Hdu.l fi . ' ' 1 l'i unnl iTvi -c . I l i In ii ... I. n t e&JySifc. .',',.; ,';, lJ int. u m n . n.oiii.ro n iiniiit v i - r 1 11 ' I t ii. I t B J . , Kow to Become Strong. In . 1 II ! i. I I ' t f f ' I I .- - . ' . i . I i i i .y f iiit . . .. i" 1 i i i lie '.I I ell . I- ' . . I ' t IJ -. 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