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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY f, iSox.
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. DehtrrMIv ramer nr mall at trn dollars s^jear, il.m dollars a quarter or ^mm^Cviuit a innuiu. THBSTBNDRHD lithfonly dally nr^rt|^:i|MT with tolesrapTt dis-^l^U-li^ * In IVft Uidi!* ( nunly. It |irmU^iloic Irlcorsphk'ncwstliaa .my other^ccwapatNT in Moiiuiu. lorrrs|ODdrncc mill Inislniis lrttcri sliouM tie atluirltt'llto THEbTANDARU lornsrct Main ai.il Third nn-n. Aiurm 11. mim v. WEDNESDAY.JULY 1. UN. ItIs charged ilutl tin-Bcientitlc gen^^tlemen who had charge (if the recent^rain-making experiments near the city^of Washington took n mighty mean^advai lajre of the weather. Tliu ex-^piTimi nlers h t off their dynamite in^the face of a very blink looking cloud^imd Hih rains followxl with decided^but suspicions promptness. Inevery quarter ol the state prepar^^ations are progressing for the enthu-^fiaslic cehlir.itioii of the glorious^Fourth. I lu re will ho mimic, proces^^sions and speeches, together with the^senseless noise without which no Amer^^ican community is supposed to be^patriotic on tho occasion which our^fathers usetl to call Independence day.^Ill this city the observance of the^Fourth will lie of the luoxt modest sort^^not lor lack ol patrioti^m hut owing^to circumstances well known to our^readers and over which, unfortunately,^the M.iMiAiihV townsmen have no^control. If lietwten now and f*aturday^there should come word thai the snitd-^lers are to resume work, this town^would raise a Fourth of.luly racket^that would shako the slate Hut we^do not anticipate any such cheering^tidings. TheSan Francisco papers complain^of a ruling of the treasury department^to the effect that i-ertilic.ates to ^Chi^^nese merchants and students^ Irom the^Chines.' consul at Yokohama, .lapau,^must be accepted at San I'rancisco.^The result, it is thought, will bo an^iniliix ol ^ 'hinese by wav of Japan.^The same dodge was practiced for Rome^time through the agency of the Chi^^nese inspector of customs at Canton,^who, it is said, gave teitihcatts to^everybody who was able to pay for^them. The business grew to laigu^proportions, but was finally broken up^by an energetic protest Irom our gov^^ernment. ^It the new rule in to con^^tinue,^ says the San I 'rancisco Unlit-^fix, ^the Chim hu consul at Yokohama^will hold the keys ol the (iolden tiate.^He will he 111 a position to let in upon^us new Hoods of pretended Chinese^merchants and students from Japan.^These merchants and students may^have spent a day or a wet kin that^country, or sufficient time to enable^the consul to Issue their certificates.^Perhaps in the great majority of casei^the Chiutse consul will go to no lur^ttier trouble than to board the ship^tarrying the alleged merchant! and^students from Hong Kong and there^give them permits to enter the I'uiU'il^States. ARA NY |UNE.^This region has left ImIiii d a mouth^of J line which will be rem.'inhered lor^its low thermometer and its remark^^able rainfall. The weather record for^theSi'am^ \i:i^iscaieluHy kept at A. T.^J'layter's drug store, with lour read^ings for each day. The month's high^^est thermometer w as at 1 o'clock on^Monday, when the mercury marktd s'J^degrees. The noon reading was hi ;h^est yesterday, show ing Tit degree^, but^there were only three davs during Ibe^month when, at that hour, the record^w as as high as 10 degrees. Too lowest^figure for the noon record was that of^June 8, when the record was hi de^grees. The mercury hung between^55 and I'm degrees during most of the^month for the noon reading, and the^average temperature for June at that^hour gives the remarkably low record^of !^;i degrees, figures showing the^June rainfall are not at command. If^two days of the mouth had not proved^to be the exception the record would^have shown 10 successive davs of^showers. As it is, the raiuiall lor the^month was sutlic:ently remarhable ami,^according to the testimony of oldest^Inhabitants, it is almist without pre^cedent. FIXNG FOR THE FAIR^tiovemor Toole has announced that^a meeting ol the Montana commis^^sioners to the world's lair will It held^on the third day ol August m the t itv^ol Helena, and he a made appoint^^ments to li!| vacancies in the board, so^that i's inembt rslup is now complete. '1his meeting will lie the lirst prac ti^^cal step in the way of preparing lor^the pro|^er r^ presentation ol Montana^at the lair to be held m ( hicagii. It^will he r. inunt i red that when the leg^^islature w as n. session aii appropria^^tion ol HO/MO w;.s voted lor the fair.^This action recened sjsjMnl approval^throughout the ItOtO, 'I he sum cer^^tainly is not ex: ra\ag.uit; it is ipnte^probable t hat, it the Ml look lorapiod^display brightens a . t ho I'm ^ lor hold^ing the lair approaches, the legislature^might Dnd itsell tlisposul to increase^the amount, if la the judgment of the^couimis ion* rs an ad n d appropriation is ModwL i he tax paying public wouldhardiy ol j' 11 to that, when omv^tne lact is (stabl.shed that the re^tources ol ti e state are to be Worthily^^reseuiid. Itremains to be seeu on what plan thecommissioners will conclude to^invest the money which the legislature^has voted. The question has bte i^seriously consult red hy the two j;eiitle-^men who from the first have repre-^senttd the state in the commission^which was made up by appointment of^President Harr s in. In inlormal talk,^Dr. Mitchell, one of the two commis^^sioners, hat expressed the opinion that^about tflo.ou) should be spent for a^suitable building in which to make an^imposing display of Montana's mineral^resources. The commissioners who^are to unci at Helena in August should^then provide lor the collection ot cab^^men and specimen-. These could b-^given ample display and would ionn^one of the fair's MM attractive leat-^nris. With this show ol minerals^there shou'd ge, in the opinion of Or.^Mitchell, an i.xh.bit.on ol the mechan^^ical prunes;es applied in the treatment^of ores. W ith the cooperation ot lour^or live of the leading mining ami mill^^ing companies in the state, this inter^^esting feature might easily be added.^Of course, the agr.cultural resource*^of the statu ON not tone forgotten^in the display of Montana's proline's. Itis to be Imped that the response to^the call for the August un i ting will^be generous and 'h it the commission^^ers will conclude to in.ike a go id show^^ing for the state at the coming fair. NO LACK OF IT. Iluttecan have water -plenty of it.^It can get a supply of water as whole^some as (lows on the continent. In se^^curing tins supply it will deal wilh^men Known in the community and re^^spected in business circles, men who^will do what thty agree to do, men^who it they promise to put up a bond^will see to it that the bond is put up,^and that its guaranty comes troin in^^dividuals in whose liiianeial standing^the people of Hutte have laith. There^is one source ol supply w inch is so con^^venient to Ilutte that, the water can be^distributed throughout the city at an^expense which will warrant those who^build it in making tho investment, and^which at the same time will insure^modest rates to patrons. Aslor quantity, quality and proxim^^ity to the city this is Mm only source ol^supply that can coiumi'iid it: elf to^prudent men who take the trouble to^make liutte's water qui stion the sub^^ject of careful personal investigation.^It is the source which is uuder tlu con^^trol of Mr. K. M. i rask, who proposes^to ask the city for a contract audio^bring the Ni /. 1*00000 stream to Unite.^As wc understand it, Mr. Trask has^associated with himself several gentle^^men who were connected with whir^was known as the Anaconda Water^company. I n order to reach Unite w ith^the Ncz IVrces supply, tunnel con^^struction to the extent of more than^three thousand feet inns' be completed.^In anticipation of reaching Ilutte,^nioie than twelve hundred feel of this^tunnel has already been iiai-hcd and it^a contract were awarded to tin- new^company, for which Mr. i rusk is au^^thorized to speak, the Work of con^^struction would be pushed with ail^possible ipcttl. TheSiwi'Aiii) can not say what the^plan ot the city council may bo re^^garding the water quest.o i in Ilutte.^This much is certain the Ilutte City^Water company has demonstrated its^litter failure to keep its agreement.^Had we an opportunity to live over^again the closing nays ol Apr.I, not a^in.hi of the city council would date to^cast iigaiu a vote lor the strangers.^The present council can ulloid to cut^short all negotiations with tie com^^pany to which (he Irnili'hiso was so^unwisely awarded, i'lnrc isn't any^trouble about gelling watt r into Ilutte;^it can be brought in tasi en uigu as^soon as lie picscit obstacle in th^^shape of Hie Untie City company Is^out of the way. ^. a ^ liir Helena pu|h^ra l^ w.ni the slowno-'H^Willi which siiht.eriptioiiH are column 111^for thai proposed tftOSJSOfl well. Helena^is alow enough mid unfortunately there^n^u't uiiylhiog sure about her either. Thegood rr|iulilic una o( Pennsylvania^may kirk aa nnieh aa they phase, hut the^Hon. Matthew V(|ay keept on iiidtiHtri-^ioualy SJSJ lug wood in Ida own prruliar^way und giving entire satisfaction to the^republican party aa an organisation. IfMolilalia ia a name to conjure with,^Una afternoon ia the time to ilolheron*^juring. l.'-yal Montaiiulis, without ft.^gard to race, creed or previous condition^of polities, will rejoice lo-night if tho^horse bearing so noble n inline shuille^atuit'uueed us the 0 Inner of llie reahia.^tiou s 0OO0 at Sheo'ish.vid II..y. The ll-I^of ^Ulrica iiieludea Ml 11111111'-, but tin*^Mmler* prohab'.y tvon'i lie one-tenth that^initiibi r. The distance is 0110 mile anil^live lurlonL:-, anil the value of llie slakes^it p .0 e l on lite programme al flo.tmo. If^Mr. Itarm-s will kindly consent to keep^awake during the few nn in Jits ihal he^t-li.tll Ih^ ustntle of Mont.11111'* hack, iti-^^ teail of ^ loting elf to sJosjb) 00 he ilid in^ihe rnvnt race w.th I'esford, it ia oo^^heveil that Montana's eliam ea of rietory^are excellent. Thehorrible OlMOSUOS for which Hal*^lnac^ da is said to be ret-pntiKihlo ami the^utter desperation which teems to he^1 li..i-aeier:ziug lua moviiiieois, c^^n\ay^llie .inpreHHioti that ttie ( hibuti preai* Osssft'asou hoo awo bib%bss Thefrienda 01 lugli license have g iini'd^their aoaM in Aurora, HI., in a MSMfkoa^lile 111 inner, 10 any the leasi. Tlie oppo-^ileitis to the pOOOOOO of a ^1.0 K) IsBOaVOO or^^dinance had absented tliftu'elveit lor Ino^weekf, preveiitiiig a quorum. Then tin ^^el.atigeil their taetiei, r.'lurlieil to ihe tuty^Owd ^^re potooM M ^ im i'iitig. They,^bow. ver, ileehned to vole. The may^ r,^limlel iii ' rilli'-, SOB the at bjo0 to compel^nil lie ntliers to f ill', ami nssv| ^ d to da bo,but only OIii' ill till' opponent-. Toted, andbo tucd ^nay.^ laOOflOo their sur* pliae,thee, at the mayor'a iiiiiikhii lui'iitof tin- vote as *.eveti iiyi-h to one^r.iv. he having SO anted the in n-Tot.r- ss^voting ^^aye.^ in Hi a he ia snppi rt^ d by^tin' city attorm y, a tn^ holds that bv a At ^^ciaiort 111 the Hip:' me court of Illinois menwho ^'refuse to vote for the purpose^of uhBtriirtinc lu^ineas ahull have their^votea couiltod in the atliini iiive.^^I hoiiiaa H. Iteed may yet go down in his^^tory aa a weak and impotent milksop. CURRENTCOMMENT. TooMdcIi ^^ a tioad Iking^From Ilia Waiiunrton Foal. Thohooaicra are evidently eagor for^tho presidential fray. A coroner's Jury^out ihero has juat tlecidcd that a^farmer'a death waa due to an overdoso of^democracy, A0oosj 1 imim s l ining. Fromthe Si. l/iuu tilobe-IK'mocrst. BoioOOhn^ not lieromu republican or^OOSOOofca yet cleapnc Hoiia|m^rte'a predic^^tion long ago that it would within 60^00000 from lua lime, hut the Prince of^Wale-, Ihe kaiarr and a few other apriga^of royalty nre giving a big boom to repuh-^llcalliaill 1 bene day-. Wor-aThing* llotu llaccarat. Fromthe llcstiin (lliibc. Ifdie queen and the Phnc3 of Wales^turn out 10 he home ruler', it will not take^patriotic Ir ahmeii long to forgive that^hille gumu . f baccarat. Tin re are.^after nil, worso things thun tarda ami^gniuhliiu:^ccer.'ion and misgovernmcnt,^tor instance. ITIt VI jo. Only MS I e I.ougrr Fromllie 1 levi'latel I'lalu Healer. Alteru ttw more one-year tcrma in^prison Herr Johaiin Most, the anarcliiat,^may concliiae that u person liol'hng Ins^^OOONoO vit OS OSMj practicing his peculiar^I etiefa has as great Ireedotu 111 his native^html as In re. Though he may be^111 aseti, hta ttmporary absence will not bo^mourned. tut W ..It llll II I ,ii' Fromthe Sett V'ork t'oiiiuierei.il Ailver'.lsor. Thechief thlfereiice BOBSfSOSI the^OSJOsMM ha I loot* .and 'he modern flyiug^machine aecius tu Im^ that the one doc -^OBOOSaJ ami the other itoea tint. Iloworer,^the haloon atanagea to kill oil ita quota^111 every cotititiy every year, while, ao far,^nottody appears to have been hurt by a^fall from the auroplane that ia always^going up in Chicago antl never does. On^tho whole, the now machine is aa im^^provement on the baboon; it is safe, at^nil i Vf!i!S. Wiiuiiilt^ ^^ MM Itttc Arll^t. )^I rein llie Huston lleiit'U. Thelaiqierot' Wdliain is the kiml of a^mall to put on a pa-turo-hanging eouunfi-^n- . A ft in do artist lately paintetl a^portrait of Molike ami tent it to the art^exhibition in Berlin, where it van^promptly rejected hy the jury. Williuiii^liked the pcture, however, ami so, as^soon as the decision of the committee wits^announced, he bought the picture ami^sent it back to the cxtiibitio 1 with a brief^intimation that hu wanted it hung in a^place of honor in llie principal gallery.^There it limes ' wouldbe doing pretty well. II the smart^brother had, by pornuaaioii of law, estab^^lished the practical edict that Ihe old^people ahould not aell their eight-day^clocks to anyone except to bim at 110,^^rth.il the faneiera of clocks aboul J not^buy except of hint at $100, the average^man would have bad no difficulty in^recogn 1 ng It as a scarcely coucculcd^robbery. When practically the aame^thing is done in articles of universal use,^like petroleum, anthracite coal or sugar,^lbs same ethics apply. It is a plunder^^ing of tne masses for the benefit of Ibe^privileged few. Hut, of course, then-^ligiotis journal which approves the^smartness of the ^brother^ who got oltl^penple'a eight-day clocks for one-tenth^their trua pre., would hive nothing to^say ugainst combinations which increase^the eoat of lifo for tho whole people.^There ia far too much wealth in audi^organiz ttiona for a journal of that class^to attack. WHlI IV in KUH FUN. I UrIstlk INK Mastiff. Kleinthe rhll;t'1o'|'lt.,t l^^lj;.'.. nator( utiiim, ^^t llliuuii*, is rcpBL^^scntcil 10 bavc antiouiieeil ihut ho iv^^raiidiUato for iho rt-puhhcari iu in nulion^fur 1 rt'Milt'Ut in tin* loilowiuif wordtf,^tuwii: ^If 1 bo numiiiAtioii in (rndinxJ^to nit*you can 1m t 1 won't throw the lioiiur^ovt-r my hlioiiltJcr. It mn't coinn: to bo u^fui-for-all-llwrlit, ami if tne Illinois dflt-^^AllM ^* i^^r in**, why, thru Til he in the*^tlt'M.^ Americans do nut (lolikc a littl^*^frcctlom 111 laiiKii-itfi-, hut it is doubtful^wlicth* r they will m-lcct for |irc^iUcnt of^these L'uitcd Mates any one who talkft^ftboMt siicb a high otllce in that free and^eat*)' sly ICti CH-AM POISONING .wnliitormiiiiK ArueiH on ihe ^^l.i ^ t by^Ur. Ciror*.*^ t. Hull. Tlu'rcis mm h f^ rd fur r^ II* rtion^mm Mieffcstton BMMHl by !^r. Geortj^11 nil 111 the M^tt Ml tk ^'f ^^f June-7 if at^the icod' ru ice ^ lentil frc^ z^r, ^^tilled with en am, is in n ality a ^ulv^cell ^^r battery. The cream, *^^ ^^i ially if Ha due, or if mixed^with h*jw| ('tttfs, etc., bceoiff* ft^the v riot-sivc ^-h ctn^!yte, and fni'^uric ami tin, znc and co| pir, ^ r an^-^other two nn*tal^ of the paddle* alel^fr* 1 f.* r, I^i*^ t ine t|u^ pt \ e air'. m g t\ivv^eltiuents nf the battely. Ti e iii^N'iiiouH^NsstttJM niitiii is inaile by the kIHm that i^1^two \u i^^ 11 -t * aft1111 |f cream from the same^fret sei. oiie may be liihi il by the poison^in the cream mm the other unharmed, hy^reason of tin fact that the still ami pasty^i r* am woultl MM MMTMM thorough mix-^Hire and iMMMMMMMMM *'f MMI MMMMI^HMMMMMM the whole mass, except by^prolonged Htitring uad mixing. TheconeluftioiiN ol lh. Hud's Btitdy ore^tins tuiuiuar-ffed; **l'*in*t, if we aMtM th^^^^inalleiit i|iiaiitity of metallic poiboti in^our |M en am alld ^Hll keep ill u^0 our^iie-dt rn f let ccr.we should ace that the in-^Kiedieuts ure pure, that the mixttiro m^froien quickly and the paddle at once re^^moved. Second, iheq iautity of poioou*^MMMMIMIMl iMMMMMMi by acid mixture*,,^especially by the addition of eu^s, corii-^Htaich, ete. The aildilioii of salt f^ t^Itavoritit; purposes, an made by MMM)^mamifaetun rsi. becoinei criminal, ami it^im gn^ssly careless l^^ allow any of the^salt water from ihe outride to ^ct iniothe^can. if. Ml a mmmm ^^f tne ImMMMMMMMM^ice cream tin add ctietain iyrott^^ eon,^then it mmm he acul, ami, on this ac-^iMj .t, will d;ssuive still MMMJ uric or^mmm r. McphistuHriiiff me a fan.^Imp^Yen, ^ir. Mcphiaio I hare been up doing some^work in a New York tenament house, and^I almost (f^^t roasted.^Mm York H*r**Ul. Whatwould you do, John, if I col up^in the middle of the uiffht, an aomc en^^thuHiasis do, to play the violin ^ Iwould ffot up and play the MMM** Vttck. TomIt always strikes mo that your^fiance** is a very cold ftnrl. Jack^My dear fellow, if you paid for^the Im cream she eats, you'd think she^had ^ very mmmm to be cold.^/*(^cfc.^With inom y pleuiy, and no care, liespends a life that** heedless;^And in Iwn seukck we drelare^lie is a man who's beethess. ^ I'uek.^^I emi t know what MMMlM MMM with^his money V^^No^ *'No,I don't. Yesterday he was abort^and m n* short ncain ttwlay.'1 I^.dho want to borrow Irom you^'1 Xo,hang i\ 1 wanted to borrow Irom^bim.^^ Mm Yot k rVHMi MUmiPuocIm.* ^ 0111 i.s^I repeat it. fel^^low citix.-n*-one moment, MHMMmI !^ Mi^not c^ing lo be much of a shower^1 ic-^pt-at it, 1 was MMMMMli MMNMMMss] trampled^upon by the HMMMMJl HMMMMMMMM uf the^World1* Columbian exposition, and I'm^gMMMJ to carry this mj Th*Auirel Gabriel^Tool! Toot!^TiMcoi-ooi-t! -t h c ii/o i t tbune. Wife(nmitlli) -t harbe, tlear, won ^i^you it-t me MM at your naper a moment Husband(irritab yi -Certainly. Wan^till we if t MMMMT MM luiiuel. c.in't A'eir \ tnk ItMMMM Ido not rare to i iiii or jump,^llut, i ll! I do a^imiie to see^TluM unahHKlie^l, oft arrant chump,^^ Tne hatrhall umpire on tbf iiinp^^1 hat 's exercise enou/h for me. ^MMIYork Jfrra'il.^^Alld you say you would ihe for me V^I'm nlruid y u are not as brave as that.*1^^Alii 1 not 7 Why, 1 show my fearless-^mm of deatti every timu 1 eomu into ycur^presence^^^How is that^'' Bccausiyou always look ^o killinc*.^^That settled the buainesa.^Xctc York^fMa 1hear they ar talking of pmiins; up a^IMMMMMMM to Johnson, the adveriltUiff^MMH What'sit to bt ^ brass, like Jt MMMMI I^^^No; a plain want column.^Arte York^Hrm'tl At'.orneyfor prosecution (to prisoner What ohjeet did yau have in v.cw when^you mm ni it ted the brutal murder of your^nioiher-ii.-law PVMMXMstolidly^ ^An ax.^Mm York^Triefjrum. PEOPLEOF HENOWN. you L08EEIMAXWELL 110 MAIN STREET, JohnMorlcy is tpnte ill with an MMJMM^yf iMMMMMMai (Mvertlorriemingof West VirglMM lias^ob made an Lb. U. I y the regents of^ic etate iiiuvcrsily. .Nfr.WncstalT, the now president of^Urook ynV htfiy britl|^c, imcht have^fVeti measured for the positit^u. He is^in ariy six feet six inchea in height.^'John Stuart Hlackie, the famous Scotch^14*1 f'ftsor of (irct k ainl phdosophy. is u^livt-ly old man ol Hi. Ho puts in u full^wnrk day, just a-^ he used to, mid is de*^seniied as MtMjJ hv^dy as a kitten .SecretaryFoster i* both a fislMVMMM^and a MMMM teller, ami HMMJF HMf that if^j*M start MMM talking about his advent-^MM in si arch of bin MM at Nantucket^will reel ^ IT some NatMNWMMMMJ MMIMs THt ETHICM OP IT. IIv I.h |lii*ltiri^m ^-ni:i11 iu-oo * Is Coin pMMMsiMj^Mj OsMHMMMaMMi irelll Hi I' I'- 'in R l^l-p Urh. Arather singular case of rasuistry with^MMMMI to MMMM reial edues |g MMMM dis^^cussion by MMHjmIM i tin tempt raries, to^wliu h the rule fff Ml MMMMMM MMMM with^^out very cie.it Hlretcllillif be made to a|^-^ply. A MMavMMMMMMMMl asked the Chn*t,,in^.ttfririv if it is richt ler ( hrisiian col-^lectt^rs traveling abroad to buy aiica nt^relies f^ r a sonff ami then sell tl em at^Mg prices, i lu' lAro/oiu .-4^froCtifrmcmi^Id reiiard that class ol rehc.oii^t titt rMMi^very iavorahh', and tpion s i!ie l.iet that^a few MMM MMM| when old cij-ht-.tay^cbM'lis were MlNltg Em |l00^ ^a MMtth r''^wouhl travel iMMMgli the country nid^when he MMMMI MM MMMJM) with cigliulay^eltK-Us * his method was to ask them w ial^lin y wouhl i.tk^ for MMMkj and if they^wouhl say |M1 he would pay MMM $10 and^take MM ttaM L%M .^^^^ and if thi y HI -;^lie t(m^k it away. TheMMMMMM i'f MMMHMJ UM properly of^old and pre umaidy rMMM MMH MM| h at^MMM-fsMMMHM value, by means of iheir^IMMMMMMbTs) MMM MM MMM an tsp. e ally^pleasant vew of MMtMMMl CMHoI atuly.^Hut it is HMMIf t^ remirli, as w, in-^limatt tl in the opening, that if the r^ prc-^MMlMtitNM of MgHMlMsl CMfMll i ity^blinked at nothing worse than that, they llx-St'iiatorTalior ^if t'olnrado will^1. 11ni a lesiUencts in llonvor wlnoli is en-^^00*0*1 t^ coal ovrr KitU.iXO, and ccli|iM'^nayiliino ssos of SM aort in that t'ity.^AosttO oporationa will not be bt kuii for^niontli* y^ i. IIn' British novilin lllackmorc is a^hearty ami wt-ll prtwrveil man of U5^ytars. lie l^m.ks iimrli 11 ka typical^lint k rouinry ssjoiOO ainl rnn ly appears^in rociuly, pri fi rrniB M live tli^ life of a^lin rary rccluw. Hi' la an Oxforil sTrnilu*^ulv and a lawyer. BiabopFrench of Englanil who died^recently ill Arabia. MM sOsstM an ^tliat^iiiiitiy-loiMJiii d man of I. ilnne,^ lor 00 ossiMpreach iii KboIhIi. PmoIoo, Bis illinium,ISaslssS, llimlei, Tiiinil and^I'm j tlii, and wan an eiiniK lit ^olmlar in^llebiew. Arable, .synae, Greek t.nd^1, llll. Mr.llliunc'n atny at llnr lluhor BOi^ohoOOV done him n vast aniouiil of k^^ d.^He SrOsks ubeiit w.th Unit tread ami erict^llsure, und there i^ u Irat e of OOh r in OSI^mule face. So is abie now lo cover^al^..in two miles a ilay wiihent fal n le,^und he no lonirer nee.U the b lOBSSJ iirm^of a Iricnd in Ilia wulks. Thesenior ill' mber si the CasSSBff purty^in lieriuany, l'etcr Keiclion^p iver, re^^cently celebrated the 81st anuiver-ary of^his birth. For many years Ue.elien-^s|H^rirer was almost aa powerful in the^lOOMglla of Ilia laOSkSO aa tin* late Dr.^Wimllhorsi. lie ba' Iktoa 4-1 years in^parliniiii iit.iry life. Mrs.Ailn rt^ti, the Kansas poetess, wh ^^ih rrspoll^ible for ^Walla of I ot ll,^ looks^as little like a poctMO as it is | oisible lot^fi ininity to urpreuch. True, she #joos^not construct vt r.-e of the ^fine- r i /^^rollini;^ ku.d, I nt she looks ^ ut laO*DO00^her kindly speetaelcs as iluuii;li SOO^could c^ nsti'let heavenly S0O|hllHt0a po^^etic nit s, mi l OSSOOMo SOlt'tSslOg bread. Mrs.aUlsabstti Issooo Mooo, poooMoai ofMount Hol.t oke OrfksjO, coobo from a^family distil fotsbosl for MktHootajol nt-^lailiineiits. Usf mollu r w as the slab r . f^Ibo lather ol Br. K. S BkOHO of lit,. '^.^lyn. An^ ther sister married l rofessor l!.^It. Kdwartls, who eree i ecttftlt d Ibo el. i:r^of SokOOOl at Ai dover seminary. Mrs^Mead and her own htN'.er were teachers^in Anth ver for yeaia before the lemur^niarriej. HNSCONDA. DryGoods, Boots, Shoes ^HND* MEN'SFURNISHINGS. -HBJZE- ANEW THING ON FOOT Itwould have tickled Athens to death, this ^New^Thing^ would. For the Athenian went about^in a decollete Shoe tied to his foot with^a corset lace, and the New Thing^we have on foot is our MEN'S SHOE. TheseShoes are Remarkable for Quality, Style^and Comlort, but their MOSTREMARKABLE FEETURE ISPRICE. It requires the combination of Low^Prices and high grade to do it, that is why^Our Shoes are Cheap. WHENCOLUMBUS FIHST D:3CCVriR^D LAUD^WHAT OBJECT 3UR^WITH CIEAH tOUO VOICC THE CHICAGOANJ HmoEnscHS red MSTb.5CCV!;r!tiI LANDfc rt, . , .-:As*'^, Rsrupon His vitw. ( o. ^t.ji*$*^i OICCTHE COY REPUES ^^^*'^^/ . ' v^S3ifl'ff^^ERSOMS RES 'XhBOL H0U5E P-l'l*. ^ A' li^S3ffg i *^~AaL^_^ ' *^'*:''h rs1 ..;-.yr. ^ . v9* a IHOUR D1X0N. III^ FACTORY. WEcarry a PULL line of LADIES',MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. jrWeare also agents for the celebrate** RED^SCHOOL HOUSE SHOE for Boys and G*ls. LOSEE^ MAXWELL 110MAIN STREET, UiCMM.