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tr-vvv,-w: ?!3CCT!!m5yWW?t7 THIS OHIOAOO Bi .A. O Xj BJ . FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the WorU. Feast of Political, Commercial and Geaeral Intelligence for Eagle Readers. t.tc rwcit Out, DttritiK Moiulu.v n!j;!i' .mil TupmI.i.v tuurnliii: tin lotr slide nt (.iili l-brul. County Kerry. Inlniitl. fotuliiiieil ni i'hiH'Li'd, it ti)ilnu r.tliifnU luliliii: t! iimionit'iit. Tlio iim-x of bou n a mil nml ii half ldc. roared like tin ueivii. rnrrli'il away Ic.dgt1 and i-jiuls do iroylns lioiii and form, and .wwji,,,i': tlimupli tl.o l"ltk tnllvy. iniit!iii; jio.it, iriaii, of rtv, lut. mid iImiI;i.v. and dilirN of liuiit Into tin- I..iki of Kllliiriii'.v. Tlu lntijilc llvlni t.i tli. ill rwtlnli 111 which tin' 1id idldi' wiiiii' tied. Lord Kiiiiunri i-.iucd n vonlun tit cutt-iN to ho drawn around the Hdo In ordi-r to jirvri'iit loi nf llfi". The reatfit ox fltmunt jiri'nlltd In tho lclnlty. and ill 1ho lioi.ii' thiTi" wore iiju-lifd to r-ridv.' tin- h'.tndrtiN of ji 'ojili- ri iitlorori homo li" by tlio ill:i:er. T'10 ilItli'iiuo of iho boc t'cui to have boon an lAtraoi tllnary affair. Tlure uotv lorrllilo .torn'.! through the iilirl.t. and about :t oVIoi'k In tin- niiirultis xht' lu-oplo of tin- dNtrh't were ul.irnird by mi miitMinl nniiMliti:. width they fe.ired win caiied by an eartl.iiuake. The ho::, uliloli wn be lleveil to be thirty ftet ileeji. and whleli had lonir "lipl'll' 1 the wluilo iioljrlilior hood with jieat. wa tinned for sjivonil lullei alonj an otd water toiire. tilling l marry twenty ftet detji on the u.iy. Ilooilliii: the ilver of the eountry with leat water, and dolus? a deal of dntmige. At the Poiioily hunieitead ten ht nt iinnjiletely illr.jiiie.irnl. lontln-: no traw. II1:aI)a CttT OKI. Counterfeiter Arrested In Clitnn Arc fiimtiiiirily Uentt With. Aeetirdlui: to the latent adiieei from the Orient. 1.1 Kit Cliiu-Ii. titierlntenilent of the 'anion jollee. M-Irttl a law number of fouuterfelt ('lil.ioo eollnt and mil terlaN for their immuf.ieture. The ehlef tiilntr. Chenc Tllnsr. and lit eolifeder uten. Chan Mill, Ti S.mi? and othern, were arre:rd. An Imperial deereo from lVkltiK eoiama tilled the Immi'dliile de eajiltatloii of the thru1 above-named of fruiter, nnd enjoined the viceroy to deal wfch the utherii a he tliimulit neeen.iry, netirdluK to law. sn a wuriiliii: In future to the jieujile. The nlllolnl who elYeeted tlie Helxnro were all jiromotid In rank. The Canton vlciroy rejNirted In another memorial the eajitttre of two notorious jtlrate Junks la the ojieti nea near Tan Chow liy tho military 11l1l1-l.1t. In ef fretlnc the caiiture one military olliclal tout III life. A dccrie win lsued Ml ihorlxiin? the i::ecutlnn of the eajitUci nnd onleritiK th" olhclaN concerned In the cajiture to bo iiroutoted In rank and that the mutter of the military oillccr huv IriB lout liN life tie referred to the hoard voni-i rued fjr rowan!; r.nd k-iiiorx. jJoijiiiUi :: Mir.--.un. Ch'c-ig9 Itob'jcrs I'cvelap p New i 1 has- l-i XJi'.Ir In.: est or. '' Two tta n.iued with rrI-r, at :i oVlock iiieMtiiy Afi(tu:jti "'id iiji and robbed .fosttdi V.. Sjinnht'liuer, In an ele vator In the huHdtni; nt the southwest eorner of Vet Monroe and .tefforion KtreetH, Chli'aj?,). The robbers hwan-l ifTil'J which Si.i;iheltaer curried In 11 vatchel. and then, after forclut? the ele vator boy ut the muxxU'ii of their revnlverii to lower the cace to the first floor, ran out the door and made their ccijic. Sjianheliner N a clerk In the emjiloy of the SVnj?iier t'alnce Car ,'uinny. Fur more than n year It has been Ids custom every Titenlny iifttntiHiii to carry from the olllccs of the ear co:utfny In the Woman's Tenilde to the otllce of the Central Steam Laundry Company, In the building where the robbery occttrreil. the amount nf the weekly laundry bills of the cor comjinny. The robbers had followed him, and mado their attack jtmt when out tilde aid wan most remote. BRADLKY 'UAKI.I MOIIP. Kentucky's Governor Calls Out the State Militia. CJovernor Bradliy has had several companies of the Second Iteclmeitt of the Htate jiraetleaiiy unuer arms ior tony eight hours, owing to the fear that nu at temjit would be made to lynch .Johnson Howe, the negro held lit I'urls for the murder of l'ollceman Charles I.ncey at Cynthlaiiii. The tSovernor U niiijnks to rail out the tnllltln only nt the request of the sheriff, but them hnve been so many lynching recently nnd the sheriffs have been so Inactive that Oovernor Hrndley irejinred to act on his own re njwaslblllty. K'nntua County Iruotvcnt. The t.Viunty CommUsloncrs of I.nne County, Kansas, lme formally declared the county Insolvent nnd Issuid Instruc tions to tho county treasurer to refrain from further jinyment of Interest on the county's bonded Indebtedness. Tho funded debt of the county Is Sia'i.OlKi. The bonds are held by about forty dif ferent corjioratlouo and Individuals In New York and New Kngland, and hntu been ijuoted at almost p:ir. Vlritlnln Hank Suspends. Comptroller of tho Currency Kckels has tclegrajihlc notice that tho Commer cial National Itank of Itoanoke, Vn has closisl itn door and susjiendcil payment. Hank I.xnmlner Sands was sent to tnke tharge of the Institution. ViolatCM I'ohton Ftimlny I.uww, At Itoton nngeno Tompkins, jirojirle tor of the ISoston Theater; Colonel Mn jileson, late Imjiresnrio of tho iriiierlal Opera Comjinny, nnd all who took part In the Mnjilesou ben' lit Sunday night have been summoned on a chargo of vio lating the Sunday concert law. Famine in Itusaiu, Tarnine Is jirevalllng in the province of Kherson, Kiu!n. It Is estimated that 7.V,000 ntbles will be rtiulred for tho rtdlef of the .sufferer. Wlscon.ln Knnk FoU, The bank of West riujiurior. WU., caje ital $.V),ikiO, nnd S."i,ikji) surjdus, mis jiended njieratlon Wednesday morulas ns a direct result of the failures of the Knnk of Minnesota ar.d the Haul: of Illi nois. Ity the November stateraeuts the bank had dejioslts of $7S,0IT, Fire at Montreal, Fire In tlm fashionable residence jiart of Montreal dctroed jKirtlons of the houses of Frank May. the wholesale dry goods man; .loliu (limit, superintendent of the Merchant' Uank: nud .Indge Doherty. It Is estimated that the loss u 111 be ubout S100.0UD. ALTON 1MAIN HTOt.RN. Candltn Anln Atipcnr nn O round At really Kninutix for ltotiliii, ltlue Cut. made historic through the operations thereof the dames and Young er bauds when the wcte liiotieera In the train tobblug Industry, was the scene Wednesday night of Its fourth holdup by road agents. At Hi'-X) o'clock the St. untls and Chicago express on the Chi cago and Alton Itoad, which left Kansas City at 8:45, was Magged at lllue Cut and came to a standstill. It l the same train that was held up two ninths ago. .Makeil men limned ate y covered the en gineer and tiremau and coinjielled them to get ilowtt from their cab. At the same time another member of the bandit gang uuiouiIed the eircs car from the rest if tnu train, and befo.v the mimrised train men had time to collect their wits the bandits were speeding down the steep grade be.xoud Mine Cut with the engine and e.iress cn.tch. Kiress Messenger A. 1,. I rirr, of St. l.oitl. wn 11 prlvmir In the c.Mirc." car, Kansas City olllclals of the United States Heiress Company say the train carried very little casli, but that the ear was HllcoTwlth an enormous amount of miscellaneous express of great value. ChtWtiitas boes made lip a con ildernble ntitouut of the treiistire. I.n glneer I'. I). Mcado and his tlremnn Im mediately nfter the tobbery et nut In search of their locomotive, They found their engine dead at 1 o'elocl; Thursday morning. In n cut a mile east of Oleti dale, with the express car. hut their re port said nothing about the fate of the express messenger. MOTOKMAN 14 MOUIlKt). Chicago Crow.l Wild Over the Death of n liny. A Clitengu electric car ran over, horri bly mutilated, and killed little George Daticmnrk at Throoi trect Friday after tiooti, as a result of the boy's attempting to steal a ride, and forthwith a crowd of several thousand persons nseiubled, bent the conductt.r severely, tried to throw tho car olf the track, tiud were barely kept lu check by n wagon load of jsdke from the Maxwell Sticet Station. The accident caused such tin excitement that it came near lcadlng.to other deaths within n few minutes, it hajijieued that a large con gregation was coming out of St. From pins' Catholic. Church, n block east of lth street. In a moment (KM) of the congregation hnd surrounded the car, nud the sight of such a crowd iiulckly attract rd four times as tunny more. It Is thought by Rome of the spectators that there may have been us ninny us 4.000 people lit the street. As roou as they saw the mangled remains of the boy they were transported with rage. In the meantime the conductor and ruotormnn, not knowing that there was n tclejihotie lu Ktltck's drug store, nt the southeast corner of the street, ran together to Cen ter avenue to telephone the accident to the ollicers of thu company. Only tin? arrival of the company's wrcckltic wagon, nnd n wngon load of iiatrolmvu, saved the men from lynching. CIIHA'.S TlMtKHIM; DltHT. She Ones OC.M.OOO.OOa, nml Her Itcv runes Arc but IKUO.OOII.non. It has been olllclally a 11 nmi need nt Havana that the guveriimeiit's expenses from Manh 4, IN).", to .tunc 110. INK!, were oLSOLMlt!.'!. without Including the esjienses of the navy, estimated nt $45, 000,000; the secret expciinc of the ov eruer general for diplomatic services nud tho ordinary budget of the I!r.nt1, which is over $.!0.00U,UW. In the six month .fiom duly 1 to the present time, It I1 c '.Irar.lcd :::.; :."i?!,iy tl.r t th ;:.uy ha-i cost ?40,CsX,000 or -.mire. Tito seuoral &.iSi 'l"2 JV-1'11 f Cu,,a u now ?4-:''" (KAj()uO uuHrlng Interest nt 5 nnd (1 per T.1. per nullum. The total revenue of the Island since the revolution began, In February, 1M)5, hnve been scarcely ?U0, 000,000. In 181X1 the custom houses and the lottery and duties on ntnmjiH hnve jiroiluced only ?S,000,000. Direct tnxes have iiroductd only JJU.OOO.OOO. No more is needed, after the above figures, to show that the Spanish Government lias jiraetleaiiy lost control of Cuba. Tnxes cannot be levied in the country by the Sianish authorities. The Spanish Hank of thu Island of Cuba, which Ik die tax collector for the government, has now uo ngcuclc outside of the suburbs of the fortltled towns. No one fulls to reeog uii'.o that the situation Is terrible, nud that the Island can never pay the debt of $45,000,000. TWO MI'.N 1ILOWN TO ATOM. Olycarln Mnunxlno Near Montpoller, liid,, KxptoJua. A glycerine inngiuluu near Montpoller, Intl., was destroyed by nn explosion. Hurry Adams and George I'ucoock wero blown to atoms, A great hole in the ground Is thu only mark left to show the location of the building. Chimneys were thrown down nnd windows broken nt ills taut points, and the shock wns felt for miles iiround, The evidence of the cause Is, of course, obliterated. Men Leap Into tho Fca. A terrlllu storm occurred In the Gulf of Cniniiechc, and among other casualltlcs reported In thu wreck of the bark .In imilca. with twelve pTssengcrs nud all of the crew lost. The .Inmnlcn wns hound from Camjieche to Vern Cms and had n valuable cargo and some tre.istiie aboard. She encountered a norther nt night, but got through till tho afternoon of the next day, all the time working westward to Yera Crux. So long as the ship remained In good condition she was sent scudding before the wind, and nt one time Vera Crux was sighted, but 0110 itccldcnt nfter nnothcr occurred to the rigging. I'ually making It Imjiosslblu to Iho lu tho enor mous seas. With nlmojt all the sails blown away tlm .lamalca ictur:.;d and atteiniited to gtt back t Campeche, but without suet es, The miliar became ills aided, throwing the vessel nt the mercy of thu storm. The jmsseugers took to the boats, which were rejieateilly swamjied. Most of the crew simply jntt 011 llfe-pre-sencrs mill jumped Into the sea. The Caiiliiln was one of these. He strajiped 100 Mexican dollars upon him nud cling ing to a barrel, tried to reach shore. The sunitors saw him sink, owing to the weight of the metal. The sight was u terrible one, as onu jiasseuger nfter an other sank, the boat proving entirely un manageable. Thu crew was all drowned and only three men and n boy escnjied of the inssengers. The vessel sink boon after she was abandoned. The wreck oc curred off the jurt of Dos Itosas, Ta basco. Ifn-? Cholera In lowu. Iteports front eiery county In lown plate the jicrccntnge of Iosh of hogs from cholera tit !'.0, tho range by counties be ing 1 to 77. Thu aggregate loss will be not less thin 1.S00.000 hogs, valued nt $15.(hW0, Tho Indirect loss U nlso heavy, owing to shipment and slaughter of young and Immature aiiimnls. The dUiase ajipears to bo Mihsldlug. WnntM Morr KullwatN in Kimsin. M. S-onmarokow. Russian minister of ways nud coiniuuulcntlnu, has nsked for a credit of lu,00,()00 rallies with which to build railway). At IiIh own reijucst Count Paul Schurvnlow has been re IIowmI front tho duties of' governor of Wnrs.iw. Prince Gregory Giilltzlun has been njijiolnted governor of tlio Caucasus. lions Aro lick toil, Washington illsii.'iteh: President Cleve land has perform! d what nttnchfs of the Spanish legation ngnrd as another friendly turn for Sp:iln by abstaining from taking action on the petition for tiardou made by the Cuban filibuster, Ctitn!n Wlborg. Captain WlWirg Is the filibuster who was arrested In Philadel phia on the iharge of violation of the neutrality law. He was convicted, but his case was appealed to the Sujircme Court, which confirmed the sentence of the contt below. Ily the decree of the court Cnptnlii Wlborg was sentenced to Ms mouths lu jail, beglunliig duly 0 last. 1IANKKK TAUi:s HIS MFF Mntirnful Prqncl to Fntltiro nf the Illinois National. Otto Wasmatisdorff, the Chicago bank er, member of the defunct llrnt of Wits mansdorff & Helnemann, shot nnd killed himself ut his home Sunday morning. Feeling that his good name had been smirched and unable to bear up against the liuaticlal ruin which had overwhelmed hint as a result of the failure of the Na tional Itank or Illinois, he ended his trou bles with n bullet. One of his last acts wan to mortgage hl iiersonnt proji erty for the beitellt of his creditor. He saw before him the world as It appeared when he wn just beginning his career, but hi" jouth nnd energy hnd left him. The jirospcct frightened nnd dismayed him, and his courage failed. He be lifted lie had lost his reputation, and without that he could not begin the world anew. So he went quietly to his son's room, nud with Ids sou's retolter ended it nil. 1IOKHOK IN AfiAIIAMA. Train I'tunccs HO Feet from Ilrldue to Klvcr lied. Plunging down 110 feet through nn Iron trestle, an nccommoilatlon train on the lllrmlnghaui Mineral Itoad Sunday land ed Its iiiseiigcrs and train crew In a death tuip on the rocky bottom of the Cahawba Itlvcr. Of those on Iniard only nine csfiiicd nllte. Thu number of the dead Is estltnnteil nt thirty-live. Crema tion nlite was the horrible fate of a number of the victims. The startling as sertion Is made by one of the survivors that the wreck wits the work of train robbers, and that nfter the human freight had been precipitated into the river they robbed both dead and dying, juiylng 110 attention to the piteous ujijienU for help. WAKNINU TO UNCUS BAM. Powcru Will Nnt Tntcrato Kccog nltlnn of Culm, The London Times Paris corrsmu dent says: "The Washington govern incut hit been coiilldcut hilly Infijfcied, ill though lu friendly terms, that Cue Kuro I ean powers would not remain imsslvc should the United States recognlr.e or en courage the Cuban Insurgents. If my in formation is correct an intimation ha been further given that Germany 1 quite ready, een now. to take Sjir.ln' side should the United States show a dlsjiosl tlou olllclally to side with the rebels. These warnings originated in the course of pourjinrler for it Kuroiieiin coalition against revolutionary socialism." FOOMKIf WAOF.lt CAUrtKS DF.ATII. New Jersey Man ttrcuks Through the lco unit In Drowned. Gottlieb Hlriicr, it Uedbnuk, N. .1., baker, was drowned Friday lu 1111 ntteinjit to win u wager that he would cross the river on the ice. Tlio wager was 11 bottle of wino ntr! wn made with n fellow German. Chased by n Ounbout, Key West, Fin., dispatch: The steam er Three Friends, Captain Lewis, ar rived Friday afternoon. The captain says the vessel Is from Jacksonville, nnd that she has hern nn a wrecking voyage, along the reefs, The custom ollichil are lu charge, and there Is really no doubt that the vessel lias just returned from l.i tid ing arm nnd ammunition In Culm. Noth ing wn found on the vessel, but she lias the appearance nf having gono through several gale. Mark of 11 shot are visi ble on her bulwark nnd the men smile when nsked thu meaning of It. It I stated that she wn chased into the har bor by the dangerous presence of severnl Spanish meli-of-war that were lying off the key for her. The Three Friend I charged with infringing the maritime and neutrality regulation of the Unltvd States. Ilnrlcd In 11 Coal Pit. Fifteen men weru burled under tons'of slate and coal Saturday afternoon In tho Muule coal mine, near Princeton, Irtd., the result of nu explosion of gas and tlm ilnuiji. Six (tend bodies have been taken out, nud eight men, each terribly Injured, were rescued by their more fortunate comrades, who wero near the entrance to the shaft when the explosion occurred. Itrynn'a Christmas Olft. Gov. William .1. Stone, of Missouri, shlpjied n imignlllcent Kentucky thor oughbred saddle hore to Lincoln, Neb., ns 11 Christum gift to William J. lirynu. The Governor is 11 linrsentnn himself, nud the animal he shipped I a beauty, It I coal black lu color and hits been tho Governor's favorite saddle horse for some mouths. Arrest nf Anarchist Lenders, Thu anarchist leaders, Lnndatter uni Itosaberelss, and n number of other have been arrested at Berlin, and many boust have been searched. .imin' 'Jl'UTATlONb. Chicago Cattle, common to prline, !f.'t.."i) to $5.75; lings, shipping grade'. $:i.00 to (i.i.75; sheep, fair to choice, $'...00 to .?:i.7.V, wheat, No. a red, 7Se to 70c; toiu, No, '', '.".'e to -lc: outs, Nc. 'J, Hi'.' ii 17c; lye. No, L. I17e to JlSe; butter, 1 holco creamery, "do to it'Je: eggs, fres'i, l!0c to :."-'(; Jiotiitocs, per bushel, HOc to "Hi; In ut coin, lominon giccu to Hue lu ash, '.'e to 5'4c per pound, I iiili.imiollx Cattle, .hljijiug, $:i.00 to .15.-5; hogs, ihiilcn light, .SI.00 to .s:i.50; sliicp, good to iholte, $'J,00 to !SI.."0; win at. No. 'J. SMc to JIOc; corn. No. II while. UOc to 'Jlic; oats, No. L' white, 'Jte to 'JU'c. St. I.nuls-Cullle. SJIOO to $5.'J5: hogs. .:i.oo iu .f:i..Vi: wheat. No. -', 01c to Olle; lorn, No, - yellow, -Oc to ''lc; tints, .So, 'J white, tlie to ISc; rye, No. II, Hie in :t(i Clm luniili-Catile, .:'. 50 to $5.00; hogs, fllOO to .SI 75; sheep, '.'..'O to 1,75; wheat, No. 'J, tt.'le to tl5e; corn, No. '' iniM'd 'Jle to JUv, oats, No. M mixed, 19e to 'Jic, i)i. No. 'j. ::.' to :,7c Ietriill-(;atle. . '' 50 to 5('; hog, S:t(10 to .f.i.75; sheei, 'JIK) to li:t.50; wheal, No. '-' red, tile to H.'lc; 101 11, No. -ellow, l!0c to 'J'.'c; oats, No, '.' while, 'JOc to 'Jle; )e. illie to !ISc, Tohdo-Wluat. No. I! red. Ole tu !lll ; coin. No. - iiiUed, -Ji' to '-Me; n.its. No. a white, 17e to lllc; r-e, No, 'J, a7 to il'.le, tlotcr si cil, $5.10 to 5,.r0. Milwaukee Wlic.it, No. J sjiring, 7tf: to Nlc; 1 urn. No. II, 'Jle to -.'le; oats, Nn. J white, ISu to 'JOe; bailey. No. 'J. itle to Hoc; rje, No. 1, ilu to 40c; pork, 1110, f(i.50 to $7.00. Iluir.ilo-Calllc, ?a.50 to $5.00; hogs. f'l.(S) to $I.INI; sheep. S'-'OO to $:i.75; wheat. No. '- red, 115c lo llilej com, No. i! jcllow. L'dc to 'J5c; u.its, No, 'J whltt, 'J-'e I o ''c New York-Cattle, SII.OO to ?5.'J5; hogs, $11.00 to if ,::,; sheep, .V-'.IMt to $1,00; wheat, No. '' led, Wic lo 00c; com, No. -', JSc to IIOc: oats. No. '- while. '-'.. to li.ic; butler, trraiiory, 15c lu 'SW; egg, West ern, ISc t Ule, flBjffi(&l HB Now York nnnrclilst, when seen through thu iiicdlitin of tlio " s sensational ncwupajief Item, Is In ninny resjioets unlike tho real nttlcle, and close coiitnct with hint lu 1i!h Iioiiio and haunts rob him of hi Imporlnnce, divests hint of till political Blrengtli ami show him to be nu Insignificant factor in the community nml of much Imjiottnuee only tu hltnseir. A peep Into tho meetltiK loom of nn ntmtchlMt nKtinlly will sltow thnt It Is, flbot' till, Uii-Ainetleiiu. Men nml wom en who attend the meetings do not rep. resettt uny particular cnllliijr. and otto Is likely tu 11 tut uiiinug the profcssliiunl Idler nml tio'ei-dp-wells niecliutilcK, clerk, nrtlutH, writers, nitifllclaiic, tenchers, lawyers and iIi.vhIcIiiiih. They nru destructlotilstM been use tltey own notlilnjr wlileli could lie desttoyctl, nml tliey coiiio together nnil ircucli revolu tion tiiul violence. There nre men In the rank r: the nn nrciilt who hnve been iltlven there by 11 chain of clrciiiiistniices which linn HlintteriMl their belief In tlm Justice of cKtnlilllied Kovetiiinent. nnd they feel JtiMllleil lu taking sides ngnlmu law nml order. They nru men who felt the lnsh of IIiiiiii tyranny nml who saw no rewind for j-ooil eltlzenslilj), nml whose imtrlollMii mih stiiiiijied out nml destroyed by (lesjiotle inensure. They et-cnpeil from their home-., shook off tlie dialns which inmlu life 11 liurden, but uitiuy years or Imtsli treatment had limde too tleej) nu llilircsslon ujioii them to be removed tu kindlier cur roundlni;. nnd they continue their cm ndo niriilnst estiibllshcd governinent here ns they did nbrond. Then there In the iirofcsslottnl striker, who linte "the boss," who would rather be Idlo than work, nud who would think It Stood fun to see the fuctory bum up If ior 110 other reason than to fimilMi nn excuse for Idlcners. Many of the nnnrrhlst olnsi nro of tho "theorist kind." They nro the writers, the e.ieit mechnnlcs, the pro fcKslonal men. In most iustnnce they bnvo been fnllures lu their professions, AAltCIST.S, mid lire looked tijinn by their ucighlxitH who are not anurehlst 11 having "wheels." There are violent men ami women In tlie vatloit orgaul-tatlmm who advocate denth nnd deatructlon sn the Mlghtcst provocation, but be yoml ranting and brandishing lmav:ii iry llrebriiml they mo lmrmless, ami fear the law which they would seem lo defy. Tho anarchist I not nt Ills best In n meeting hull nor lu a parade. He shines put In hi full glory In tho bier stuhe, lite Uueljio or the Knst Side coffee house. There tiro saloons which nro owned nnd managed by nnnrchlsts, where nro the conjrrcntlng places of tlio red, nud there, over game of theisH and card, v.mler tho Iniluence of drink of more ordcfc poteucy, and In rnatmospchcro thick with bad tobacco Mimes, the grievance of thu "ojiprc oil lower classes" nru dlseiiHsed and reined le nru suggested, The HtHt thing thnt will strlko the visitor to thcM- jihucs us strange Is thnt iiitist of the pcojdu whom he sees ml drtks onu another its "I)u" In token of the brotherly Intimacy bet wen them, till ilrttdcn-tiuift" docs not exist among the men only, but thu women who are known to bo anarchists nro iiIno nildrchHcd In this manner, nud they use tlie Mime term when sjteaklug to the men. In one of thu.jiopulur icsorts nf (hi kind a ted ling I stretched be hind the counter nml the wall are dec orated with cheap prints of scene and portraits dear to tho destructionlsr. One picture, highly colored, repre sents thu tiKsntsliiiitlou of thu Czar Alexander; another tho hhootltig of the Archbishop of Pari by tho Commune. Then there In a gtotiji of tho Chicago homlHhiowera ami hlmllar cheerful picture. There are portraits of'Gnti buldl, Louise Mlciul and Hubert Ilium, and n number of caricatures, Tho Kilnou are unlike others, lieenuso one rarely heat laughter there, nud the men are tilw.iy. oven lu their cups, serious. To be lu good Mantling and to cmu 11111111I tlie icMtect of his fiilow-nnnr '.iilKt n man must, above all, bo "free" ns to religion. In other wont, ho must tool; down ujioii those who attend church, and intibt loso no opjiortunlty to hliow that lu 10 opinion churches are uiiuecebonry, nud that those who attend them are fools. A slur at the church, n sneering renin tic ns to a church dignitary or ridicule of soiuo 'indent and Hiicred religious cuMoin will always be ajdaudcd In an nmir hist assembly, and If there I nn occa slounl sign of hilarity In thu ntinr chlsts' kueljio It Is t-afo to hay that It Is ptovoked nt tlio expense of religion. This Is true of Protestants, Itoinan Cathollc-s anil Juws. When they enter tho ranks of tho anarchists they leave their religion behind, ami when death ends Id career tlio iiiiiirchUt Is boruu nway to hi Iiibt resting place without religious lite. Mnup fond wlfo or doting mother has been jmtdied (ihldo when hho has tifcked that 11 prayer might be said for him who hnd been her lover or her baby. "Itellglon Is for women und for fools," they tell Uer. AN Then it friend of the dead man delivers an address, n glee club sings, nnd tho mourners return to their kucljie and drink to the memory of their broth -r nnd to destruction. Now York Tribune. "ScttliiK the Itlver 011 Fire." Sometimes, when 11 jicrsoti wants to make nu unpleasant remark In n pleas ant sort of way about a dull boy, he will sny, "That boy will never set the river on lire." Now, that I nil very true; for even the smartest man lu tho world could never cot a stream of water on lire, and so perhaps, tunny of you who have heard this expression have won tiered what I meant by scttlnjr tlie river on lire. In KiiKlnttd. many, ninny years ajro, before the miller had machinery for sifting Hour, each family was obliged to sift Its own Hour. For doing tills, It was neceiar.v to uo a oleve, called fi temse, which wn so llxetl that It could Im turned round ami round In the top of 11 barrel. If It was turned too fast the friction would sometimes cause It to catch lire; ami us it was only the smart, hard-working boys who could make It go so fust its that, people got Into the way of pointing out n lazy boy by saying Unit ho would never set the temu on lire. After n while these sieves went out of use. but ns there wore stilt plenty of stupid boys In tho world, jieople kept on enylng that they would never set the temse on fire. Now, thu name of the river Thames Is pro nounced exactly like tho word "tenwe nnd so, nfter many years, those person, who hud nercr seen or heard of the old' fashioned sieve thought that "scttlnr the temse on lire" meant setting the river Thames on lire. This expression became very popular nnd traveled far and wide,' until tho people living near other streams did not sec why It wns any harder for n slothful boy to net tho Thames on lire than any other river, nml so the name of the river was drop km1. nnd everybody nfter thnt simply said "the river," meaning the rlvcrof MKKTINO 1'LACK. his particular city or town; nud that Is how It I that jieople to-day talk of set ting the liver on lire. St, Nicholas. INGENIOUS HORSE THIEVES. Novel Manner in Which n Nebraska llund Piled Their Trade. "When I was In Nebraskn, near tho Snake Klvcr, north or thu Great Sand Hill, In 1850," said 11 Lewlstou citizen, "wo had four camps situated about eighteen miles apart, nud to go from Thome's cuniji to Dunham's camp It was necessary to go through a Ions piece of pine woods. For n number of moutliH everyouo who had gono through tho woods nlotio never came back. Ono day It was necessary that I bhould go through with a lot or money nml no escort, nnd I set out on a horso that 1 got from a stable keeper near Thorno camp. When I had nearly reached the woods live miles out my horso wn taken III and foaming at tho mouth atift refused to go on. Clearly to my medical aye It had been poisoned slightly by sonic one. A man not so well up In medicine might not linvo known It. Soon what looked like n hunter caino along on a horso nnd offered to swap, taking initio back to tho stnhlo If I would leavo him near Dunham camp with n truiijicr. I ought to havo seen through this, but did not, I got on to tho jiowerful horso of thu stranger and started through tho ilvo miles of wood. Half way through without ap parent reitsnu the horsu broko Into n trot, a galloji and a run, nud dashing oft" the trail through thu woods nicked hi way among tree as nicely ns If ho had gono that way n hundred tlnico. Pull, a I would nt tho bridlo ho paid no attention, but ran tho faster. AVhon ho hud leaped a brook ami lauded on tho sand beyond, tho marks of foot prints alarmed 1110 and I slljijied off nt tho rlbl: of my life. Ho ran uji a ra vine ami I hid, fearing that it was n trap, as It nfterwurd proved, In a lit tlo while three men nrnied with lilies came back mi thu trail, ono riding tho hore, now calm as a lamb, I picked my way to tho road and got to tho ctiiup. Two weeks later nineteen of us followed a man who had hired n borne at tho same jiluco I did. I was taken ill nud tlie mime trnpjicr came along on tho miiiio horse. When tho horse dashed Into tho wood, ns he had been trained to do, nineteen of us dash ed after him and tlunlly arrived nt n mountain camp of tho robbers. Wo took every mnu roven of them and, well, law was not well supported out there then and no court sat nearer limn 200 mile. Wo didn't carry tho rascals away from their own camp Are. Tho trained horse met tho fntu of Its owners," Lowlston Journal. A "Come nud tnko supper with mo." 15 "I can't, old man. Pin Just married and my wlfo expects mo homo to cot fee." A "WhntJ you drink coffeof Why, I thought you always drank tea at night." U "Oh, my wlfo cooks It bo that no ono can tell tho dtff?rcuce."-' Fllegende BlHvU'.r COMMON-SENSE Fire-Proof Construction. ipatented.1 .-biSSSIbbWj : vjSb?-k 3sSBBHk?lKtab9B3sVBsVZe2 -.:' V.VN v -. - t 1" Hiirnr MNfjjjjjjjr-pjjjjjjjj-pMir- CtNCrUI. VltW OF COMPLETE FLOOR ANO CEILINO. Main Office: 1740 & 174-1 Monadnock Block, Chicago. Telephone Main iri. H. B. SEELY. Sole Manufacturer. H. 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