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.... as H ISM)V. . . m n 1,200 . . nljt'B- ' ie-1" ....in Rate". aifllr 1 j 54, , ,e'.f?hIlr,jTiuhi'n 3"m3ini. 1.75 fJ-'-.u. " no -.thin montlie. a t) J .. lin ouuttl- of tbe county . rail tl IB" hrv Mil I A -h03- " 7 vHSLT Will '1 . . K. Am- .-ill trie ioto '""V - . 'J 3d.!?n?in Jv.nc must not 3d im l" aJvmnc must not el c1.0 diMn'T understood troc is"lPl- h.torTOUtoplt.lfWp . . y. i loo Bnuru ..A-r XnRKC; EASILY ur in"1 www.- UCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH sSAPOLSO r mWHlT 3Mm0 SACffMZ CLEVjEZAfD. OffO. 3 FOR .-. .. - .'. r ii .ii .i in- i.f i'KM'-UI -IS MAi.AINK," ' - I.IHKAKV." AMI H .N l ici t l:i i $::.imi. -FARIVlE AKE SVTDe innts in rlio . D. LUPWD PROPRIETOR. i! I HF Pllin C 1 Packet citi.cr Wondprnil Brancli- . rt u UUlUt f inL' Aslcr. Kew Janaii JUorniii:? yf U f . retail iKite 45 cb. L,'vk S niustrated Monthly Magazine wliich tells t!. W ! VJ "W 1 'Ults lowers and Vegetables, nnl is np '' ' !l "ii these subjects, for 3 month-., the Guide J I, paCKCt Of Sends nnmel aUiv.-i f. .r ?h r-pnts. f ( it If It I' 1' JAS. C. HASSON, Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME XXXI. WORKS f lHU ' WW& otvheeiv. COTRUCTlOl 3,u" I Great Masazine dDIIer. FOR B We will s'ii.l sill Ilm-' t yii fur one ve:ir for 'l or t; mo. for 1." 'l:KT" MA'i A INK" i ly far I.wt family m:2a.ine i.ut.Hsh.Ml; thrr is ' '!.r in.'iMliii. in uliicli tin- licaiitiful and lli nffiil. uli'asiiri'! uti.i urolit. y'- ml .it lire ar.-'-.t fully prt'SfLtPil as in D.-moresi's. Tliero is, in fai-t, no t !!! ; r. ti-mi ! r.ir in a -miliar srupe ami purpose which ran compart? with it. " :. in.U-r )'ii:aiii a frtf paltt-rn coupon. t- I.II'.KAUV i- a monthly maiiai in' of fun, till.'il with illustrations in cari-r- ir.l r. j with wit ;iinl humor, lis coutribulors arc the best of American ! ! !!-: t ar..r-. M PIi"l I Kt" i- another tumorous monthly: tliere is a lauirh in every line tf A 'lir.iii !.,,.. in jaines are handsomely (;ulten up. Vou should not miss 'ait e to - i i;r.- t le-lll. i lit ti -r- and return (Jmpon properly tilled out. r,st I'uhlishin'J Co., HO Fifth . lvcnuc, Xcir York'. '-rii. i ,,i i,;,., send send Iikm.ii:kt's Family M a; azink. .Ti im.k's i.u 4 ii... uf fun, i and I't n n v I'lcn'LKs for one year as per jour oiler. -V.l Mil- ''si ,,WtC . - State Jlavincr iiuuln sonic extensive ini- OLD SHENKLE MILL arc now' nren.ircil to turn out 'T-CLASS WORK on Short t,(r- Solicitinir a portion of your froiKHrn I iv-iiisi.ii 9 and Vlunt t'afaorc. Contains all tbai's AVv and .Gontl. Aln-a't Keliahle. One pneket citiicr Wondprfal Brancli' Ycur Choico 1 J,or or VanJ (,,oi, ,nix',, f,,r I 1 1 l v"UH,b I Tw pa k,.ts .2r.., three packets Oc Full X 7 J J rt-t.iil no t- -ZTT Tar.V T .. . ' ... - BE ccnimg; an Order as atovo will receive a Co:ipC:i fcr 50 c&at wortl1 cf S2eis' ni.K Mat, y,tu Mw hlm nr() wf, will a p-ket of 4 Itoiec. Fl.wrr Srrd. free. JAMES .ir.K'c enwe RnruFCTcn n v A FOKT ON WHEELS. An Express Cor That Is a Porfoct ArsonaL One Train Thnt I Safe from the Al Ittrki. cf lt4l AitrnlR A Snfr Carrier uf Mil liona of Dollar. The. best puarded treasure train in the world is made up of ciirht express cars imtl nu arsenal, which i.s a r.dl ii.fT frt ress. Thi.-i train is run a spe cial between Cliicaro and New York, over the Michijran Central and New York Central railroads. No attempt has ecr been made to molest this train, which pulls out of ChicjLfro every i:!;.rht at. '.::: a. carrying' r;iifriK'.s t.f currency, f-rold, silver and valuables that p-cncrally exceed 1 .ou.i, imio in ali:e. The "arsenal" car lui.s been a feature of this express train for six years, a:id was build 1.3' the Mhchiirau Central to the order tf the American I'x ress j company. The "arsenal" is Imokt .1 011 l.eliind the lui jisc.njrcr local car. which is next to t lie ei.tr'iic t.f t he t ra: n. The crew of th arseiia! is composed of foui men, who curry swapped t- t!:e:r per sons six-shot Is-i-alibt r revoKcrs, and a Wit with .".i extra cart ridjres. In addition to t hese. cai-h ruard car- lies what is k now 11 as a riot 1:1111. l eii.i.' 1 a six-shot repeat im 17-11 n . 1! i-cha ririi -cartrid-T-es made up t.f .ii-k-hoi. The -4ir docs not dill, r materia.'! v from :m rd:nary express ear in ap H'aranee. but it Is of special con:.t ruc tion. The idea is to carry in this car a jruard for the entire train. 'I in ear is l.iili. t pr.of, lined w:th steel plai.-s half 1111 inch thick. There are door.- at either end of the ear. There is i:i ea.-'i t.f these a "p-ek, hole," through v.hieh :i i'iin can in ramrod .'in! I:m-.I. On cithor side'of tie- car is a s!.-e! r-- ct ion a f. .ot w id.- and cxtci ! :ii.r from the level of 1 he v. i. it low -s:!! to t be ro. if. At eaciiei.dat t he sideof t i , is aria ii:e ment a oi t hole is provni. d. - I lr: a rifle may I used to sweep the s'.ieof t hi t rain, front or 1 ea r. or to shot .1 from the side hol- in anv dirvction. Tlu-re is .'.rain wilhi.11 the car a bom 1 1-; r- i chamber, t 1 w Ii ich t he l'ini r Is t-.ni I. i r -tn-at in tin event of a d-t erini 11.-.I a n. I oilti nied attack. This boml-proof room exlci.ds nluve the roof of the car. am! in the eiip.!; formed th.T.- is room f. .r 1wi n-eti a rmetl with riot trims, w ho. th ro :trh a j ertures made for '.he purpose, l.t-. p a instant 'watch upon the top of t!i -1 rain. On racks built in tin homlvproof car are six extra riot .vims, a small t a:s-i.n eontaiiii i-tr a mm 11 a it ion a ml a ra ; .'.Mi r iii)r 1 lot.-hk s irun. wl-.ich w on Id. w !n-n brouirht into action, annihilate a brig ade of train robtiers. The eiiiriiieer, fireman, brakemcn .'ind condiiet.ir if litis train ami 1 ! 1 -i r crews art men selected for their know 11 bravery, and llu v t arry heavy revolvers anil cao-tri.hre belts. Tliere is but one rim natter on tin. train. All the cars are sealed except the local car. which contains 1 wo safes that wciirh .".,i.Mi rounds each. One of these -afes can lc imlocked only at one phwe. Ietwt-en Chie.itro ni'd New York. Tht other, which is cdled the local, i; opened at some si.x or ftp lit important it ies i'T route. Tlw valual.lis nre j.l.u-ed in the safes at. Chicajro by an a-rent. whofx-ksthe safe anil then i-eino- es the coii.bina t ion dial. At the points where the safe is te be ownel the local atrent a; pcai'i with a thiplieate of the din!, and works half of tin combination. The messen ger knows the other half. N. Y. Jour nal. GERMANY'S POLITICAL POLICE. An O.lloi.H I lint i I ii I Ion of tlx- Itls ninrrUliin Ki'iilmi1. Oih' iMiast the iermaii Ls neer w earv of makiiif: in u-aul l. bis (.m.m riiim-iit as eomj.ar.il Willi that ol the l'nite.1 States, Iiaimlv. that t lie olli ie:i Is of t In fatherland are l!tjiii.''ii.'-liel, if not for titeriris4-, at least f r ln.ii.-sty. In the main this is true, but t !iei e a i e ex ceptions. The late ( 'haneeilor I'.isniarcU had no sooner jrot liis in,ierial ma chinery ui r ii ii ni ntr or.lir. years airo. than he i nt rodueil ns p.-ut ol his.ix riimeiit oiu- of the most m!mi;is fea :urcs of Knssia, namely, the j-ccr. t m. iitieal police, lie set aside 1 i ; ffe mi ins of money with which to j ay informers, spies. ae--A ;i class of v re telle-, link itirwn ill Amer.ca, called :r nts proviM-ateur. The husiiii-ss of tln-se last jeiit i.-m. ii w as to organize list url.aiK . s aiiK.nu" social is t.s, in nnl.r that t he tr.ncriimeiit mirh t have a n excuse for mak in' a rre; s of such as the jrreat ju inie minister was .i"asi-l to ! 1 "em mies of t he empire," or such as we would call enemies to the llismnrckiaii liey. The fruit hieh this tree has horric is vry hitter. A recent trial in Itcrliu ilisclosc'l the painful fact that, this s.--cret li intrusted with the ne-st ih-licat." of all ptlitical trishf. has I. e:i usinfT it-s mavtk for th" purjM.se of :.l wnciiiw the Mitcrests of a -oiirt -lipie aj ips to the coiisl il ut ioiial iro ernim'iit f the country. l"ril-ry, f..r pcry, perjury, have 1m-cii u-eil in the hopos of daniafrinp' Haron Marsehall. who is head of tin- to-rinan foreit'ii oflice. ainl a man whoilv above tbe ul p:tr i ii t riirncs that flourish in the at mosphere of a court. I'.iil perhaps the s.'hh'st feature in the cast is 1hes"!e Iiirlit it throws upon the (lermau press. Our own vajers are not mr.'tds of puri tv. but it woull lx li(heiilt to name a New York acr capahle of tlo'niLr su. li tllrty work as is cxpe te.l of so-,-a:!ed cfiieial ami semi-official pap is in the laml of Schiller ninl floethe. When we in America reail t hat 1 lie o-rman press ntatcks this man tr praises thnt ore, it tloes not mean that the editor of these different papers have reached an iiide-M-nlent opinion in retrard to their rel ative merits, hut it too f rcpien t ly iloe niean that they have been instructed hy the jw.Iitical jw.liee. or some ot her orjraii of stnte. that they must say this, that, or the other. Honor's Weekly. r.rr linn 11 pea. Injr is now l.cinp- tiei for under ground pas pi pi s in I'nrhunl. The ma terial is cellulose p.aper. sjiiKciI in as phalt. The pipes ::re saitl to be impor T ieablt to water ami air, capable of re sisting heavy pressure, not subject to the ordinary muses of d terioraf ion and not .-ifTeeted by the action of elec tric currents. f'hicairo Tribune. rS $" fjtlliiL 'HE IS A FKERMAN WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE AND ALL ARB SLAVES BESIDE." EBENSBU11G, PA., RlUtiJ ON oltRK;u IV.Ilt,Gt.. A nruiumi-r'N AmuKiiitr Hv n-r inee 11 ilh u (tsiilvvay ( i-inlii.-l.ir. For the first time in his loiijr career in 1 lie road t he ail'abie drummer found himself in the railroad depot half an hour in advance of train time. When he tliseov ereil his mistake his wrath knew 1.0 hounds, and w ords choice ami rare were liinl.d in every direct ro:i as he stood in front of the bir clock and rejruhjtvl his own misleading time piece. The mere hoiiirht of havintr v "10 hi.ted the ethics of his piolessioti so violently as to be found loll niri njr a Ikiii t iii a railroad w ait in;'-room was more than lie lould tolerate. 11 is counteii-aiK-i softened visibly, luiwever, as he esp"ed the portly ti-rure ol" h:.s old friend ( - .ilon w it h his sample case iil'e 1 with small vials of .-our mash and So li. . !'!.'! w i lies. 'li.nl a tunny experience last trip out ." sa id ol t on, "and had 1 he pi. as 11 1 e of sidel 1 aek i nir " comliietor on a scalp el's ticket, lie knew hi.- business all riirht i -miii !:. out my pre:.ciicc of mind won I h e d.t ." "Iioii't exhaust yo.ir vocabulary in the preface," exclaimed the alTable 1 111 i: 1; e r. "out .ive the stoly and let me be the ji d-.'e of its 1...1 it-." 'Will, it v .!: t!:..- v.,i." coetinu.sl ('oll.in. 'When I alia- I-a K from the suit !: three v.eeks :il'o n.V c n n-e ac- eoiii-t .-.!.e. !'!.. ;. L.. I ai d tin- lna.1 1 1. 1. 1 . . 1 ,-r warm-I lac to be mi the !o ..ut !.r tumble from the in - d.- ti 'ice. '1 c .lavs later I was m- !ered out on a .:.. I u s on. I. I -n-r si.mcwtiat shell t.f cash. I droppe d into 1 he nearest s.-a I per. a te! w as liiel,y 111. 11 !; ;i to I e ab e to urehirsi t he r.-mnant-s of a l.on'i-mile I.O..I-. It had i . en i- 1:. d to l.'ev. I.11. il:- I . . i ; 1; I . ol I'elroit. but. of course I paid 110 :it t. ntion to the name and ci.iid c.l into the sin. 1 k i i!r car in rei-Milar fashion. it i...!.1 !o - ol ti:iic I j.i..i,1cd ii. v- sc! f ci i;. fi ti I a 1 :i,V lie. 1 - ;t. i m I. iw , placed irv s:. li, j it- . a -.- .1 . I v.:l 11 th-s UL'side. at:d id ler I i'li I 'uis a i-i'ar 1 ce 'e! l.i ;.erti.-e 1 he l.'l. si 'r. lhe Slan.lard. When the coin I net !' reached he I e. as in the act ol"lahiier .1 small .-v.aiiow fiol-i my llask. but I reached for lhe mileage l..U and handed Ii io 1 he bo--..f t he 1 ;a:il. lie it: -c.l .-.I the liiime and ll.eii at lue a ml ft ms : i,ed : "'"Mr. I'-iiis-ii-. ,r!ail to set voiiareen jovi .':: .-,i. -elf. !i..v ir- the S.il.dav school ''el I ; I y t .11 I : V ... I a V" "Cora :i.oi!t -! t I v. ? t ui-nt-d." con llt if d t . it ii. "i ut I slid ! i 1;. rec.d le. till the iuii,.. ol Kev. I.iici.is fn:'ie t-n the toll er of the I k .ok a lid felt I .ho u m ; t 1 !' '. u::.' k i he ': s.e iw . I v. a-iioj.--c.l I., be a . I. r.' mini, rui'l theie I v. as v. il h .-.;'!! pie t -a es. -"'ir:i r.-. v. iiisl. v a i't I :i s j rt : I .r a ; ! in the .- t: .1 ' i car. I loo! ei! I he eoiulector s.pi:;icl , in the fa-'e. a a ! t' Id him I had remove.! f'om ileti-.it arid w as ei i;'el "u u ;''!';! vvoil. amoiur the e. mmt-re'a I ti.iv.!.-:- ;:l ,;-jz the rad. an I v. as .1. I. ..t!e to M v ni-.ee 1.. coitltict a. re vival i'i"!.'i- Hi. a u' ',-- of i he I Ii iw try V.. irl it-' h;i,ri .-. Vn.ii'il vou I :.-v i t . the 1 u ,d u. tor t ore out the con j 1.11s for 1h" tr'; and hfi th- c- r h i m m i n:r: '.li ' T 11 Th.-m Thai V. u Saw Me." Nui'i'.iv . -ti , d nt v on 1 1, i ni-. V" Chi ea " t "iii o ' . ,. ie. MOUNTAIN DOG FIGHT. When Thi-y nic ilt-k They Woultl FiKht to t inlsti. "I was out in the mountains this summer." -aid a I. "pa rt men la I clerk to .1 Siar r .oi tcr. " '. he boa-e w In re I I 0:1 11 led t In-re w ere l'o or ::u v a-h inxri on p. opl -. M:c day ii moi. n ; a':;., t r ca me I I p 1 1 the pol'cll VV he I e vv c VV e IV a I I sea T " I. . I . il;' " . 11 r il .1 il; t ii: t sc. im il v i t v I .a t e ! move. A short .ll-iance behind him was um.thcr man, also puilimr a !otr ah. ni,-. "" ' ..lit hiiieii.' said the first man to in rive, 'the-e hvar dau irs air t h" litrht cnest diiwe- in lh" mount inir. Weuns Ie v a In 1 ..ii "cm .an we're rw iiie tcr hcv th' fiL'ht In t h' stable yandcr. It'll i.i- th .!. 1 ii'li .-t bout vo'all t ver seed Oulv two bits tcr ho!, at It.' "We ail Weill to the .'Iii! ie. in which I'ii r.1 were a door and a wi.ulow. A rinir v. a- ma;!' aud the Io..rs throvvi i l - I i it. ( 'lie 11 1 t ered a yelp a I'd jll 111 pei I hroii:-5i 1 he window, the other made a l.r.'ii!, for 1 he 1 1. m .r. '""'I I ai- 1 i.. y i'.i.' shouted one of the men ; ' f . ! i r '1 in, r 1 i- riicn. e f v o' vva 11 ' 1 er si ; the 1 u rt it -1 1 ace o" c". er loohi-d al. The"ve i st takin' a 11:11 f' r exer cise, an" when they ; back the fout'll torn. o!T. We'll ro an" br'mr "cm back when Ih'v i-'t enough vvarm.d up." fin .1 th.'V left: ami I iriless the .loirs ate still rimti.ii'r. as the tiirht has not come oit."- ;i -h j u -ii ,t Star. A RIPE OLD AGE. Mrs. Chnrics Howard, of li.ilt imore. "I veils . 'h I. i.s t he on ! sij rv i v i ii r ill ild of l-'raticis s'et.t t Ke . I In- n at hor of "The :-t . r -js'it:i;h d i '.a t 1 cr." 'l he.idoie Sedirw i:-K I'iiv. who was as s .ci.itctl wiin . I'. Willi- and (l.-orcc I". Mm l is in . iiiimr the New York Mir ror more than t.H years aeo. is still liv lue; In I'.erlin :it the aire of ;!. The mat i i monia I .-tat'sties for Iter !in for l-'i-; attest that in that year "Jt Ilei liners were man icd w ho ha I iiassetl 1 the ripe aire t.f Tt years. One of the juli.-l of the old men pie.-ent. at the old foiks" thinei- p-iven recently al I'arrc. M iss.. was Dr. Wil liam I.. Iliis-t II. w!i is now the oldest liviur riiiduate of alarvar.l collcpe. Dr. Ku.-sell is '.17. PERT AND PUNGENT. More t han eiione-h is too much. Wrinkle;! purst-s make w ri'ikle.l faces. You must plow with such oxen as you have. 1 In.' hair ct a woman draw s more than a team of oxen-. holesome and poisonous herbs tow 111 t he s;i me era rden. Out- t.f hi- hands is 11 nwjl finer to w ash the other for not hiiif. When one is borri! .ly a f rai l of d row n hii'. one rai.'l stop t . . del r. 'e t .11 w h.-t her ne likes to le iudebtetl to the person w ho throws out th" plank. 1 1. Mont ressor. .Iiit Like Monki')'. The r.elio.y. who occupy n tlensely woo-led country nmonir the hills of r.emarahn. jump freni tree to tree just like monkeys, and are not easily fol lowed, itia.-r.ne'i as their territory is tvcdimrly rocky. They are very timid, ..ml it is said th. y die of fripht when captured. N. Y. Sun. Fill DAY, MAY 14, A QUEEN S FIRST BALL Socisil I -1. 11 1 of the Ttianx Italer of the Vi-llit-rlnnilK. The younjr ipieeii of Net herlands re- j ccntly sit tended her tirst hall, an epoch in the life of every frirl. Thejrreat ball room in the royal castle at S'liraveii-ha-re was brilliant ill a sea of lijrht. lioatiiur over rliit rin-r uniforms and rich ball dresses ami jewels. NoIrmIv who Wiis c rmit ted to appear at court staved at home on this occasion, and like a wall the invited jrucst.s stood at l.oth sides of the passae-e U-ailino- to the t hrone chairs, llejrjjuie" ami implorinr, the eoiiit marshal hurried ihrouirli t he auks and kept this small path open for the (pai ns, ami about nine o'clock they put in an appcarncc. Amid lie 1li.ni ishinr of trumpets and the steii toriai. announce me ut : "Hare majes teiten!" (Tln'ir majest ivs! ) they en tered the loom. Dead stillness rei-rm-il, inicrrupleil only by the rustlinjr of the tlicSscK of the deeply Imw iu ladies and that made by the tpieciis ami their suite cntcriiifr thu eu W ilhe lluina hx.keil truly chill 111 iiiir. She wore a simple white dress, adorned with only a few white roses, fa.-lene.l on the ri",ht shoulder. The only jewels she wore were strinjrs tif din lie lids braided through her 1 lolui hiiir, the brilliancy of which was. how -e.t r, olT.-ct t the happiness anil pleas ant expression of h. r v 011 1 h f ul, round la.c. While It 11 m ! 1 tils crow del L.tlie t hrone to obtain the honor of bein"; , re- s. l.tcd lo the ollllr tpii'CJl. she looked several limes over into that small part of the ballroom where some devote, s of the art :it ten. pled to dance. Short Iv alter h I al riv a a " piadrillt- !' ho nor "v;is diiii.-etl. ('iic 11 i I hcl ill i na arose and danced this ipiatlrille with the I'.is s ia 11 amlklssiidor, I e Slrinve, as 1 he oh i-e.-t re 1 resentat ive of the diplomatic orps. The same honor was extended to the chief of the military cabinet, t'ount lie Mom-can. A not lnr reecpt ion it lhe throne fol low cd. t he same crow d inir of the people present- to make an exit for the tpieens occurred, and I h 1 01 ii.-1 1 the ni r row pal h vv ay t be v 011 a; tpiec.i I. f: the ballioom with her motli i r. after ex r ielu-i nir for the lirst t'lue tin' pleasure which Yoiinir trirls so im patiently await - their lirst ball. Chi eairo I ill"!' ( lcea.Il. THE CITY OF CANEA. Ttie sipilal of Oflf nn.l Sc-n- of 11---- ti 1 'I'r.iul.lt-. Cai'.ea. or 1 luniia, since 141 thecaj ital of Cret', and its pi incipal Nciirt., Is sll uati-il on t he not t hern coast of t he island, ami about miles from it-s wc-ierii extremity on 1 ho isthmus of the Ai-.rotiii eiiiii.-ula. which lies lic tv..cii tin' I ".ay of 'aliea ami the Hay of Sii.la. l in 011 the s.lte of 1 he ancient Mloiiiii. is fne principal commercial t e.v 11 of 1 he isdaiitl. with u population of alt. ut 1...IOII. It is clo-scly built, ir regular and overcrow :it.l, ami sur- oitmlod by a iikissivc Yeiielian wall. Of late .M ill's a few of t he .st recks have be. 11 w idciicil. The ordinarv, l.uildiiiirs are of wood. 1 hou;rh a few f t he more i 111 porta a t a re i f mote s-rl.tl materials. 'tliere are some (Int'k churches, a iiundT of Turkish mostpii's. a Jewish sy iiai?tiru', ;i military hospittd in an ohl Yi'iietiiin la: ihll nir. a ml a sul -st a nt ial ly cons; ruct td pr.s.Mi. The f.!t-e is hud out in ea.rdeiis; pi:l lie trard-ns liave leei: eon slrueled outside t Im w alls and artesian Wells have been bored by the p-ovetii-ment. The harlH.r is l.''.i f.-t lon-r. formed bv an aiii-ieid 1 1 ansv er!' mole, ind eiiti .1 by a lii'lit house and pi-otoet-ed by a fort. 't he hariior i.s :Jia!hw. but affords safe anetioni're for vessels of :;.! ta.ns. oil. soap ami wax are the principal cxMrts: shipbuihlinir tn a smidl scale is earrieil on in the port, ami there is considerable ma 11 11 fact lire of leather. Tin town i.s the seat of the (.icek bishop, s 11 iTr.ij-aii to t lie metropolitan of ( audi:!. It is also lhe oflicial resi dence of the I'urojM'an oon-'iils. In l-.".t'. tin- tow n sulTereil severely frtuiian e:i rt In p lake. -Toledo I '.lade. STATES THAT PHODUoE STONE. Vermont i.cnl4 in Mil rtilt anil Maine in (-rxiniio. Some fact s of a 11 inst rueljve 11 at ure re latinjr to the stone industry sire fur nished by Mr. I lay in the annual it-port of tin- I nited St.atcs jrcoi: 1 a phi.-a ! ui vcy. It apu :iis from 1 his I hat certain of the .southern states arc jriatluaiiy coinhiiT into prominence as ei-i,.e .roducers of stone, and aiso that t he sorts of stone ipuii ried have l.ien mo l i tied of late ca i s. A 11 i list :i nee in poi 11 1 is to be found in Alabai.-a, which in I'-".'.. furnished more than $ .".ii.l io.i.'m 'il worth of stone, 111. titty liinet.toiic. al t hoil'rh some s:i ml.- tone is v orl.cil t hi re. A similar illustration i.s presented In Connecticut, which once divided the .-a i.tl-l oiu- yield with New Jersey, but produced last car lit 1 Ie n.ore sandstone than Massachusetts, while New Jersey showvd only one-third as much as Con necticut, ami little more than Kansas or M i.-hiiran ; ami I'cnr.sv lv ai:ia. un known, a few vein's afro as t-u ; ip'y injr sandstone, recorded a product in ! v.". eipia! to Connect icut :n. l New .It rsey tombini il. ami more than any other state than Ohio. In rra nite ivwlnet ion M a.ssachusct t s heeps the tirst place, with Main. nut farolT. while Vermont is rapitl.fy ov vita k iiirr Ma:n'. and Khodc Islaml keeps i.p thi ol it put from its sph-iiilitl .li.irries in and at unit West rly torn a rly I. ;!. udivori Ii :i v.iir. New 1 1 am 1 shire comes Ii f! h 0:1 tin- list, with about half as much. In m.irbie. Vermont, as usual, "cads ail the other slides, its output heicir abou.t double that of t IcolL'ia. w hieh is second 'ui amount ; Temiesse is ; hinl. Itnv of l''nntty'a Title. Kxt.ranrdinary stories are snmetimes told of the immense ti.l-s in the "ny of Cumly. Tht ncicutific facts in rcprnrd to them liave ree'iitly ben published by the ( anatlian ircoloiri"al purvey. The hay i.s o.lout 115 miles lonir. niwl rrradually narrows, ami Weenies shal lower as it penet rates the hunt. The upper part, divides into two main brnnches, ami several small side hays :st. The hiirhest tides at the mouth of the main bay reach 1. feet. Goinjr t'p the bay they iiicresiw in heifht. At Dip-by Neck they attain 22 feet, sit St, John 27 feet, sit IVtitcfidiae river -t' ftet, niul at Noel river in Coliequitli bay, a.'t feet, the iiiaximiim. Some 1-ranoh bays sire left empty at ebb tide. Youth's Companion. SI.OO and 1897. "WAItt ON VIVISECTION. Friends and Enomios of tho Prac tice Aro Clashing:. The I allrtl Slatra Senate llrniriird 1 t'onleiiillnt; l'mli..n Knil nent Antia MaklnK u Ik orM 1'iiiht. One of the hardest litjht-s of t he cen tury lie twee 11 tlw advocates of vivifi tion on the one -side ami its opjioneiits on the other has been riin on in the I niteil Stall's senate coin in il tec . n tin District of Columbia for t-wo years', an! at present the ant is a. v 111 the I. -ad. The hill introduced by Senator McMil lan resii'ietiiiir vivisection in the Dis-!r;-t has Iweli rejiorle.l favorsibly by the coliiiiiil tee. What the rtsult of the con test in tin house of represent at iv es w ill he remains to l seen. The McMillan bill, after j.rov 'tlinir hat any ersoii takintr pjirt in experi ments caleiilatetl to ir've pain shall for the first olfeiise lie punished bt a fun ot Jfir.o. and for tin- seeoml ofTen.-e a li i.e of :;nit jiml with imprisonment for six months, makes strinfri-nt provisions under which vivisection can Im carried .an. There sire to 1h- rcsrular insnctioiis t.f tlw places where tin ex peri men t-s ar- held, ami tin- president is required to apMiint the inspect ion oficeis. The test imony taken by t ! commit t--c fills lari-e printed Iniok of nearly J'ii' pact's. A 1 iruineiit s for and airaii st the uea.-ure wi-re made by sum.' of t lie leadiiiir physicians, lawyers stud public men of the country. Ih-ports from f..r cii. n scii nt ists and results of cxperi r.i.'iils al.-o were liled with lhe ci.iiiinil 'ce. I'ct itions con ta:if iiir t he names of sc. its t.f men a:id women of nation. ; I'rominem-e wi-re tiled in favor of the act. while liienioiials and resolutions from .Inens of medical societies sind mi-dicai mi'ii were priwsclitc.l in optu sition to it. (I. 11. and Mrs. Miles, Ihsliop lb nry Y. Sat terlec. Mrs. C. S. (Irani, Justices 1 ! u Ian. Itrovvn. IlrevviT, Wlete an l t'eekhaiii, of the Cnitcd States supr lac curt: Comptroller Kehcls. Moistsrn: cry Illa'r. Kev. Dr. Di x. t he lat e 1 tishop I'h'll'ps lirooks and half a hundred phy sicians were aiuonir those who su' scrilicd to the bi'l. These statements from the point i.f vh'-w of those who favor v ivisea-tion loh! t.f th" wonderful achievements result ant from the practice and the extent to which mankind had I seen lem tited by t hem. One of the most persistent forces op- ratlnsr airainst vivisection is tin So ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. John I. Ilaiix-s. superintend ent of the society, took si leadinir part ,11 the tiirht for the bill. He said to si tvtx.i-ter for the World: "I am o;.x.se l to v iv seetion Ik cause I do not think it riirht to tort uic livlmr animals. esnciidly when tin- results produced are of so doubtful a nature. I maintain that all needless experi ments on livii-.jr sinimals ouirht to lie prohibited; that the use of livinr sini mals by students for the purjiosc of aetpiirin'r surjrie.il ttexterity is uniiee cssary. The repetition of i'X (.erimciils In fore lasses of stmlents for the mere parHisi of demonstration is likewise useless and ourht to lie prohibited. The use r' anaesthet -es ourhf to be r-tpiire l in very ease in which they cm be applied." N"! Y. World. HE LIKED SAUSAGE. Trllmte to th lnlntntleneH of Mi.FiTRt.'tl llonUey. One of the irlories of the city of Lyons, which claims the attention and admiration of every visitor, i.s an ar tistic product of the butcher known sis sancisson le l.yon. or in l-'j.jrlish l.yoii Ksnisare. It is made of donkey raw donkey and no w.riter li" I; bratcd the ras1 ronomieal i-xcelleiice of this p:i tient. vexatious and often ill-u.-etl beast with more delicate appreciation than t h; late Philip (iilltcrt llsimerton, in "Chapters on Animals." "Of the ass, when ILvinrr, I could not Mj much thsit is w iiolly favorable, but when he ap-jsears in the state of sau c'.sson he may be praised without the sllirhtest restriction. ""In sections like dark-rod marble dashed with white, it may lie cut to sin infinitesimal thinness, leaviniT si surfai-o smoother than the finest vein-el's. In tin mas it is closely wrsippl in silvery fo.il. lo rruaird iiirainst the inlluenti's of the air. "In the sveetest assiociat ions of the memory the ssiucisson has its phiee. Wcsiry after the morninir's march, the tourist tai es it from his hnsij-sack. smd l.ivs iion his brea.l those dainty disks which are ifs slices. The s1renrth of his youth comes hack to him. and the Alpine snows no lontrcr seem iiisicees sihle. "At the stateliest imperial bampict the sauci-"on is not tli.-dained. At the plesis-int pienie by the shady river it is found in the welcome lask-ts. The smirler ha it in his Kasr. the shKter in his capacious wicket, the canoeist in his l.i I liput ian cabin of ston-s. " ssiiicis'sxin de l.yon. s:id is the mo ment when we ca--t the skinny remnant of thee into the stream, hut- the little fishes onLrrcrr'ite capvrly to the Kin ejiiet. and ask esich other what noble animal has yielded his fle-h for their ft-ast injr." Yout h"s Com;iiuon. lgrrii' llfttl lleli 1 1 if. In times irone by sin I'njrlish duchess, tier rrraee of Kinirstoii, underwent itii prisonmeiit for hirrsuiiy and forir.-.ry. and to-tlay there are actually relatives f Oueeii Vietoria "tloin-r time." si'.vs the Chicairo News. Count and Count ess of l'iiiiiicen l.clonir ! the princi-ly house of that name, a ml the lirst hus kiml of t.liieen Vietorisi's mother wsis a prince of Wininircn. The count is in nn Knsrlish Mniteutiary ami the coun ties is confined at Vienna for a ioiifrsi--iries of crimes, wliicli include forpvry. biaekmailine ami swimllin'. VYrlclil of the Knrlh. A seientitie man who lias y-iven miich study to the question has tune to the onchision that the wcijrht of the earth, takinjr the ton as the unit, i exprcssetl bv a liirure .six followed by 21 ciphers. Theire is no reason to believe that this estimate is fairly accurate, and also to Ik thankful thnt in the natureof thinjrs it i.s impossible to drop the earth on one's toes. postage per year In advance. NUMBEK 15). A NOVEL INDUSTRY. llow tine Man Make, a l.ltl.is by llu. Inic tmitilian lone. All throu-h that part of 1 he count ry (northern Ohio) there is si. discount of "Uts oil every Caiisttlistu th.K.ir. Of course Canadian i...i,cV is not as much in circulation as is the Jeral temh-r of the CniUil Static, but there is enoue;li for his purM.se. man jidv ert ise.l in sdl .surroiui.linjr country towns that he would redeem ("a.ia.lian ihoiicy for '.ut cents 011 the dollar. It was s,,"nie t ime I Wore he hail any results from thisa.l v. rtisimr. It was like the man who stood on I... 11, Ion brid-re sit midnight and offered to (.'ive siwsiy s .v ere:" ns. People laiiheil sit him. The farmers were shy. They thouirht it wsis a :-w iu.llinir tran u of sonic kind smd left him sovei-ely .'done. Oi... ,;iv :i cs-iiu' in with j lo ' 'anad'aii money. It wsis of sill shai.es ami sizes from t he five-cent piece that looks like st dime t.) si dollar b'll drawn t.u the lUmk 01 Montre ik If he had spent it be c.mld have stem. -I eiirht dollars worth .f eoods fur it. My msiii irave him nine bisr silv.-r dollars in I'ni'e-l St-it.-s iionev for it. Peh m the w.ek was t.nt lie had 'Xchaiir'tl I luted Stat-s dolhirs fur :.',.. 1 vvt.rth of t'ansi.lian money. This would irive h:m si profit of sfj.l w h.-revt-r Caniulisin mom-v is as T.sod si;; our ovv n. I'i'om that fine on the business irrad I'llly iuer'ased. until to-d.ty he av.r- siyes sil t ri wetk. In-l,;ul of havintr the farmers e..m,. to him he roes to ht-ni sin. I lnii s t heir accumu lated sav in"-s ..ft sinsnla coin. Th. are all his customers and know h:m wed in the live years they have done busi ness tosrelher. "Are ion not -ifrsiid ot eomn1ilion in ii.er l.e-'ness in ca.se it l.c.mes l.-et! rai!; ' : "a n? " I si.-ked. "No." sai i h. "v on sc. "t reipiircs a .1 niji rat "vvl v lurL'e 1:11 nut of I'.oiiey s.s si start ilii' e:i ital. I a- i I li.iu- to have men in the ft. i.l'cr cities who will (.ive me l liit.-l S.- t-s iiioi:ey ft.r my t'smada eiirrei ; 1 rem rally tsike a trip tvv ic ve::r to Iv: roi I. lev elu nd, 'hicsitro smd P.iilT.ih.. wl - re I msike th.f-e ex changes. All this, reipiires icstrs of iirej.arat ion. and no out.-i.lcr could step in stud msike e -.eha njres with mv ;.:itroas. as they have siil the mom-.v they can luindle now, 'Ven sit si two per cent, commiss'011 on the dollar." I'.iitTalo Kx press. TAKING THE TEMPERATURE. Sometime It llu..t-na That the Tber nomeler Im TuLrn. At the A.piarium t he liinperal ure of the water in the tanks and s....h- is taken daily by means of n 1 lieriu.. meter especially tlesl.ri.e.1 for such u -i s. w hic!i is lowered into the tank by si cor 1. II there is a loose end thsit inaJ.i s a l.is sl where t hi- cord is tiel on to the thermometer, mine fish may nip at tiiat. iiiistsikimr it for S.11111I hinir t hat an 1-e eaten. Sometimes when t lie thermometer is lowered into flit visiter all the fish in the t.'ink sw annuiil and make for it sm.l swim up very close to it. "their noses sill jt.iniin-r at it. l'.ut they do not come to see how the mercury slomls. They hail s i-n the -rlilit of the InctaJ cst.se i;i the vv;i ter, siml sill had mside a thirl f-.r it.t x pectitiir to tin. I w.methiiitr i-nt. In the shsillow smd couiSirsit i el v li'ht waters of the Atpisiriutii tanks they couhl see when they -rot near that it wsis not whsit they c. ectc!. or t hei sheered otT. rhais. ln-eause it ias t.i luir to swallow. In deep sea work, in liyilrojrr-.ipliie survey insr smd in tleep sen li-hintr f-.r s'eiiiiens, it sometime; happens that si hitr fish will swallow the lead with which sound intrs are beintr taken; smd fiinn-tiiiiis a hiir fish will swallow the theltiiometer that h.isi luvii lowcreil to the lM.ttom to taki- the tem r-.il ure. Such (Heurrenees are not comm. .11. hut tiny sire not suiheient ly uniisiial to In counted s.s remarkable. And in such a csise the lesnl or thermometer is tiot likely to 1- h.st. Csiuilly it is attached to :i wile, stronir enou"li lo hoid it anl tht fish. too. siml unless the lish lets -ro it is csiiiirht. N. Y. Sun. A DISSIPATED DOG. The Animal lint it. W rtkariti. for t.el 1 1 n is. on n Sprrts. Port I.te-.iii, Col., has si fai ..rite w ho is the. cause of more tcm'tciain-c lec tures than sill lhe f retpie.il er- of that io.t put totrether. ssii s the St. 1-oifs lilolH-D.-m rat. 1'e has contracted the bad lisd.it of ind ul-ril!"; ill the tie-win tr In 111 1 si ml w hen in 1 In- 1 icin it 1 of t lie esintecn silmut the time of jv.y tlai c-pii-.ial! v he is sure to iret more or less ii.t.xicsitil on 1 he olTel iiijj s of t he doiitrhloi s. who like to share with their f.norite t!i' rood thinrs of t he day which comes but once a in. nth. Jerry Simpson is :i private in the ranks s.nd is si total alfslsiiner. never jriiinir near the o.mtecn except when in.lere I there on duty to escort to tin- rusifil hoiise t!:oe who sire unable to pick their way to tin- 1 -.arracks. On such nn occasion it. is not an lmcin mou thin-r for .b-rry to find Colonel, his fa mous retriever, prone on the lloor in the hiirhest sf.itrt (if iliel.ri:i!i.,n, eliew ii.jT t In l:i- t rim list lit of a roo.l-si'ed j..:". Coloi:'I is kept by his ma-'er f r h:s usef 11 1 "less oil t he h utit Uu liehl. t hoil'rh he would not suffer for si home si- lonsr 3s any of his Ihmiii eom psi il i. 'tis re I'liiiliel Ti the rai'kss. They lo - him 'early smd keep him well fed .Mi l sup plied with tobacco - for the Color el a ho likes si ta-te of tht herb nieotina when he is in the dumps sifter ssiKikintr his head in the stable hileki-t on the morti intr follow inr a del Much. He is a troubled spieler when in his moo.ls after reeoverintr from tin ro.nl thinjrs f tht ni-rlit lef ire and acts very much l:ke one of the t vvo-footed renders who enticed him from the sedate pi:irter of his ow nr. Prusite Simpson keeps si warm phut in his heart for the for lorn canine whet he is seduced by the in-teeii erowtl into a bibulous condi t ion. Srarrtl IIIm in-rrh Hark. A remsii kal.le ease of the reeoiery of siKH-ch s;t:d hi-arin-r is repoitet! in the Ixindon Luici't from the canton of Ticino in. Sw itzei land. An Italian. Sirel 41 years, who. tile years ;i;o lie caim a deaf mute in consci-uence of a serious tllsease. was st.irl leil hy thesud il.'it si ppea ranee of a rutin way htvrse. As he jumM-tI rtside to avoid the animal be uttered a loinl yereain. and sifter it had jrone found that he was a hie to talk and hear. AdvertiHin g Katoa. The Isrreaod reHt.eclrraUtlon I thP fn:'d'rV of MTertir. .how Uror. wlU t """r? V..1"' h"1"" o" rue: 1 men, month...... ju 1 Inch, 6 Bonibt " . jncj . i jer XSi Inrfaee.c month! b0 5. lnchee,l year............ ...... lnrhe, e ujooUii am inohe,. . yemr.....;;.::::;:;j.- column, 8 moot tin " 1V" S column. 6 month " m K column. I y,r H f'aniu, e month. a og 1 column, lye&r 1111111"! 7t0 rabutn. .L""' Hm "Vo."i"p line aT2?-. 1 lB'"'n. c r line Auditor's otlre J jj. tjy nd similmr Noucei.'.".V.V.. see t.,, ..rf ,la,K'D r (irortvl,nHii ol nny torpor r,, D l nunlr.t:on. deslirad te .loti iJ "t,on lu''J mUCTo limited r iBdl J. L Tl" " ' 'd " dvertlsmeni, Job 1 H klndi nenUy u J1" '' t the loe.t !,ro. An aon tyon lorget It. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Thieves l-orrovicd a wheelliarrow to cart aviay a stok 11 stjur at Toroutoan.l w ere arr.st-.l just a.- t hey reskvhex a seo- nd hand dealer's shop. - More eyes must lie dnmace.1 .r lost than most people supN.se. TNio mil I on oMa-ss eves are lua nil fact u red enry tt-iir in tleruiiiii v sind Sw it.crlsind. A rehsrious si-t in the lumbal jires i leiicy worKliiis(;ui, i, ictoria as t lieu chief diiinity. She is also an object of worship in one of t he temples of TiU-t. Wdl am 11. Man-on, the sailor hi earr'n-.! l arriuriit ashore n hLs lek sit the siet-e of New tlrleans. died at his home in York. Me., the last of January. A Chinaman advertises in neivswi pers of the Citv of Mexico a first-lass in.r;m restaurant w lie re fresh ov-?-r- will U supplied 11 heneier ealle.1 r. On t-taii.-ties furnish.-.l by the j.har n.iic sts it is estimated that there are in Paris alone sit lea-t "41.111 m 1 iet ims of ',l' rphine lml.it, aim. up them .'tu.- imhi women. Many r-oi..s fall into t he rror of siippoinsr that all tish is alike wh.de- -'I111-. Msi.-kerel is of the most oily t-r fish smd tile most difficult todijrest, and should h- entirely abstained from except by pTMins in the liest of health. Whilmir is the m.i-t wholesome and tli-irt.-tible fish, and next to that comes sole. -New York's surplus of vatrrants niiirlit find a more i-one-t-nial field in I.in-'-.ln. Nel-.. w ii.-re out of .".a t ieket.s fr ven toil by t lie Th.t.-ophli ;, society f.irfree supju-rs the holders of only four pre-st-nt.sl thein for in -ids. and in the first hour of a free dinner served hy Psidlinrr t..n P-ioth's loluiiteers only four er son;s came to partake of it. -The owner of si irmnite quarry in Frankfort. Me.. teMities that he s.-lls stumpsure for irrm te at eiirht cents a cubic ysir.l for dimension stone and sit si cent s for irro-.tt . I rout trran-te is of irrc-rular shape, and all sizes from a pai!r.-r stote up. Cost, i.u cents n cub'e 1 aril, im bid in 17 st iinipaev, to ir t diineii si..n irniiste fii.m tpiarry to wharf; till to r.'. cents st vnrd for rrout. A COUNTRY OF SURPRISES. Mriir lailuKlrial Itlvala In Swath Africa. While there is little doubt that with pro'H-r deielopiuci.t of its airriciilt 11 ral and pststorsil resources South Africa i oul.1 I c made s lf-siipoi't iiir. t Ik- sue-ce-isfill l. .-l.i.lli. lit of tiie.-e indus 1 1 ies ticpci.iLs. n.i ert l.elitss. ujion tht ei. atji.ii ot l -d markct.s throutrh the i-i im ul 11.-tr : v 11 by iioiiiiur o.-r.it rMu-. Whalcii r insil iw mt ribiite. to t lie ex-ten-io;, of the iniiiimT. and trade of S.nth friea. th.- iiiiie diiitc future of tin- tt.niilry is .h-i-ii.U-i;t jirin-arily i..ii t he ili-u-!..Hiiii't of its mili'-ral re i.oiirees. Pixl.ably no other i-ieut h:u s 1 :ujppes-s-d thus fm-t upon the minds of the pcovie of t he i-otint ry at larjre as the lire t-irifits to which they have hi'li reduced by the riink-Tpet-l epi !cmie. llMlixil. iimiii two previous mcmor il h- iKv-iisitms South Africa, haes l-ti saved from industrial disa-ster by the stimulus "riven ti trsuie Uinniirli the .lei t-lopi-.n-nt tf the tlisuiroud iinlu.-try in one insliUiee sind th- t-i elopmeiit of the irotd iii.lu.-try in the otiier. The tens ex niiK IJusi t. anaiii save the eoiintrv will lc the. 1 xpaiu-ioii of tho minersd industry. With 1 1 except ion of miuiuir of (Told. ii.uinHls suid cwuiJ. tliet' haie le-n m ti.u.-i.lerable expJoitittkuis of its luin cr.d rt-s'iir.-es. Coal, f ort u ua t ely , e x ",sts in many jisrts f tin- oniutry. un.l it has Irm'ii .-sljinateil tliat the known cal lieltkw n-prceiit an ar a if Sti.Oml s.psare miles, wh'eh i- etpisil in exteJit to the state, of bwsi Tliere exist in some partis of tlw count ry larvv dejios its of irmii nt iruous to the 'osiI-tiel.!s. but sis n-t t he eeouoii.ii-emiit ions have, not f-.norcd the development of liiat In dus t ri . lit-inl. si'ier. eiiuialmr. t in and other nn t.ils are also f.miel iii many parts of t he eoimtry. but have not lieeu reinuneriit 1 v e) v worKt.l. Anioiitr the inii.iiar countries of South Airiest tht Trsnisv aid is facile ptineeps ajid is in ail prolKibiii'.v destined to maintain ilei i raniou 11 1 -itsoii: t hoiitrh. as Ui well known. S..;iih Africsi i.s "a 'ountry of mrpri--s." ami it is w-.-ll.I. . of c-nrse, fhou;li not probable, that within it trreat extent other equally importsint tln-t ricts may le discovered. North Ameriesiii 1'eiiew. llBBkardt. The Dunkanls. or Tunkers, ln-lonr to si s.i't foumletl in lToat Selivvarrnau, iierm.'uiy. Alexander Ma. k and seven others, who rcj.-ctcd the. tliK'trmes of iedo-baptism. The name is a niek iisime. ilerivetl from t he ierm.vii Tuiiker to tlip mciiiliers tif the seit stilintr t hemst-ln-s P.rethren. Perse-ut ion drove tin- fouieh rs to Holland, and le tvieen 1 T I sunt 1T1". they sdl em rratcd thence to Americsi They are found in IN'iinsi li iinia. Mari land, inrir.isu hi anil Indiana, and it is sipparent that some have found their way further west, but their iiiiinlrrs sdl told are not "Treat. Their church discipline is tiesirly the ssime sis that of other P.a tists, except that every brother is al liiivtil to exhort. Nlen foutnl apt tU teach are or. lamed initiisters. autl the oldest teachers bishops. The Dunkartls silTei-t p-ri-at plainness of sj-eeh and d.-csM. like the tbiakers: neither take ostt hs. lisrht. ntir tro to law ; and former ly they took no interest. They cele brate the twkinsr of tin sacrament w ith love fcsi.-ts. washni-r of feet the kiss ot charity, and the risrht ham! of fel lowship; sinoiut the sick with oil for rccoicry: ami practice complete im mersion, with layinir on of hsuids and prsiier eien while the -rson liaptizeti is iii the water. N. A". Tribune. SaiairN' Deadly l rapuH. The mo-t won. lei ful weapon of war fart in the world is used by the hunter, f I "ormo. It is si lonp lsimloo ro-I with st nsirrow Hire. csilhd a "suuipi tan," from which is blown a jHiisoneni tlart si-ieii or eipht incln lotor ami not thicker than a larre knittiiip- nee1le. The weaon is absolutely nois-l"ss. sunt the desidly missile which it hurls kill its victim ami hardly le-aves a trace ion the lody. Armed with one ot thetse blowtruns. which are from ten to twelve feet lonir. and not preater titan itti inch in li.imeter, a warrior of J llorneo can kill a man sit a distance of 1 oiK feet. Cincinnati Knquirer.