The "Maoistrmu" of Old Geographies.
The most remarkable whirlpool is the
maelstrom of the northwest roast of Norway
ati'l southwest of Moskenaesol, the most
southerly of th- Lofoden isles. It was ones
Bupoo'fii to 1«* unfathomable, but the depth
has Lee» shown not to ex eel twenty
ta thou is Philadelohim Call
A SÔLDÎÊÏrS DEATH.
MEMORABLE SCENES IN THE LIFp
OF GEN. W. S. HANCOCK.
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simple but pirturesi
the illustration. H
Hilary. Soldier of
when he die
» hose minies were th n
last words t
iiis niece, w
his wife, Al
THK GETTYSBURG RIPE
Gen. Hancock at Gettysburg is one of the
historic figures of the lato war, except at
the storming of Petersburg in the last days
of the war. The Gettysburg tight was proba
bly the hottest fight of the rebellion. When
shall we have a great American battle
painter- When we do. G n. Hancock will
adorn his creations prominently. Since
Washington, thee ins not been so superb
and picturesque a figure in our military his
tory. Wlie.i American battle scenes are
painted, too, Hancock's famous ride at Get
tysburg will be one of them. The story is a
marvellous one. That battle was the tui n
Hotise where He Was Born-Tlie White
Horseman or Gettysburg—'The Fighting
General—His Fast Headquarter*—Mrs.
>kw York Feb. 10.—The early ago at
which so many of the generals on both sides
in the late »ar have died is an impressive
fact. Within six months of one another
Grant, McClellan and Hancock have all de
parted from among the living. Grant "as
g;. McClellan was the youngest of all, be
ing not yet A» years old. Hancock would
have been 0 1 if he had lived ti.l A aient.ne s
day. All three were men of deep chest and
strong physique. In the ordinary course
men "of their build, having reached 55,
should have continued to live till they
were TO or more. A et they are gone.
It shows how the fierce excite
ments and wasting anxieties of the war
years told on them and un lermined consti
tutions that, in Gan. Hancock's case at
least, seemed of iron. He was six feet two
inches in height, and weighed at the time he
was candidate for presiden , in ISSU '-'40
pounds. AVhen a boy he was a large, strong
framed, good-tempered lad. He kept all
tlir'e characteristics a* long ns he liveiL
Two at least, of the three generals men
tioned—Grant and Hancock—died of dis
eases that are apt to be engendered by long
continued anxiety and strain on the nervous
><-k was born at
i . in 1324. m the
< is, that appears in
a i w in i rot her,
country though hr»
always dearer to
him than any other statt; of the Union.
When the war of the reliellion broke out lie
—then Capt Hancock—was stationed at
Los Angeles, Cal. He immediately applied
for a command in the Pennsylvania volun
teers. It is fn Pennsylvania soil that his re
mains rest, after his funeral in New A ork
Some years ago th- general a ad his twin
brother, Hilary, built a costly burial vault
Most of the Hancock family are buried
there. The general's body was laid beside
that of iiis father.. The Hancock's do not
min to he a long-lived race. The general
himself has no living children. His beauti
ful daugher Ada, "boded nine years ago,
IS years old, is buried at Norristown. The
grave <>f his only son, Rus-ell, who died two
years ngo, aged 33, is at St. L uis. There
are living three grandchildren, two daugh
ters and one son, of Russell Hancock. The
like that cannonading. Thousands were
stricken down, the shrieks of animals und
screams of wounded men were appalling.
M ill the awful rushing sound of flying mis
siles went on. and apparently never would
erase. The Union officers began to feel un
«•asy about tli result.
Suddenly a bind began to play "The Star
Spangled Rainier." At that moment Gen.
Hancock and hi, stall' appear® i on the right
of the line, uncovered their heads and delib
erately rode down the front of the line to
the left through the thickest of the battle.
But that was not all. As they reached the
left of the line Longstreet's Confederate in
fantry, I'M) :'! strong, were seen advancing
u]) Cemetery hill. The Union soldiers lay
fiat, hugging the ground. Gen. Hancock
saw the advancing enemy. Then turning
iiis horse he ! ..I » slowly and coolly Lack up
tli» front of tiie line from left to righ f .
livery s -M ■ r'^ heart stopped l»eating, for
this settiol almost certain death to the gen
eral But he escaped unharmed. He rode
from end i• » end of the line amid the blue
bullets, holding his hat in his ban I, bowing
and smiling to his soldiers ns they lay upon
the ground li was an act of splendid courage.
u]>oi^ Ids white steed, like the tw n horse
men Castor nn 1 Pollux in Mncai ,'uy s ''lays*
ot An lent Home."
Tie w*,s a great fie'd soldier, literally uns
hero of almost a hundred battles. Late in
the last day at Ge tysburg, after having led
his men to victory, he himself was danger
ing point 0
victory against the
Those w'ere blooc
July 1, 2 a,
i l 3. 1S63. The second
» terrific. "Streams of
1 everywhere,"« savs a
»ol, lier had never seen anything
ing deed of their general inspired
•< with some of his dash and fear
'J'h y fought like tig'rs frcun that
i>d turn 1 the tide of battle to
1 !ici»;-k w as mounlc 1 up 'it a »» bite
horse w he
11 he rode down the line that, fate
ful day. 1
,t where during the baitieafter
ward he »
.■<* s >en riding hither and thither
OU*iy WOUD *10(1. lii vVga HlOULii.'i uctoio uo
recovered sufficiently to take the field again.
He had been badly wounded once before, at
Fredericksburg, in 1862. His horse was shot
under him at Chanoollors ville, and again at
Ream's station in 1864. He was par ex
cellence our lighting general.
HIS I,AST HEADQUARTERS.
The element of the picturesque has always
entered into his life. His very sift-roundings
partook of it. Since 1872 he has commanded
the military division of the Atlantic, with
his headquarters at Governor's Island. There
is scarcely a lovelier spot ou the coast than
this. Jus' far enough from shore to be out
of hearing of the roar and rush of the city.
Governor's Island nestles like a gem in the
heart of New York bay. It is a favorite re
sort for visitors. The whole island is used
by the government for military purposes
Gen. Hancock improved and lieautitied the
green island till it looked like the lawn of a
wealthy private residence. The low wooden
building in which the general lived, and
where he died, is shown in the illustration.
It was furnished in the simplest way.
This perfect mannered man was courteous
to every human creature. He was said to
—frv be the handsomest
mau in America,
I. lint he u e v e r
T5 3B j seemed to know'it.
. Rather strangely,
W he was finer look
■ ing at 55 than he
w Mr*.;* ...
\ -- . had been at ..5.
jç \ I His wile, too,
., / was a beautiful
y - -
\V h .
; CM >Up
1 e wt
of Samuel Russell,
She, too, has that warm-hearted, unaffected
way which makes the stranger feel at once
that he is not a stranger
A newspaper friend of mine ha 1 occasion
to visit Gen. and Air-. Hancock some time
ago at their home on Governor s Island.
The visit showed both in the most charming
light, the light in which citiz ms of a repub
lic, no matter how distinguished, should
It was some sort of a ceremonial day, and
the general was in uniform and w as busy
"I'm sorry I'm in mv fuss and feathers,"
he said to the newspaper man, "or I should
have time to show you some tilings which
might interest you."
Gentle Airs. Hancock took him into the
house and showed him the portrait of her
lost daughter, sweet Ada Russell Hancock,
who died just as she stood on the fair
threshold ot womanhood. Near the por
trait hung a beautiful piece of tapestry, the
handiwork of Ada. Mi.» excelled in needle
THE END OK ALA
The same democratic simplicity and lack
of ostentation characterized the funeral, at
old Trinity church, Feb. 13. He died on the
9th No tickets of admission were required
to the church The military ceremonial of
the funeral was very' simple. A few of his
personal friends among officers and gen
erals a band and an escort of artillery
gave a military' air to lie sad rite. At his
grai'e the major general's salute of thirteeu
guns and three salvos of artillery was fire!.»
He was buried in a steel casket, covered
with cloth, on the lid of which rested, while
in church, the general's sword and hat.
Gen. Hancock's twin brother lives in
Minneajio.is. Another brother, John, is
living. A. J. Bothwell*.
Faying Siege tu u Kic'i 31 in*
Senator Stanford's privat 3 secretary tolls
me that three-fourths the letters he receives
are from beggars, and they number from
twenty-five to forty every day. They come
from all sorts of people and from all parts
of the world. This week he received one
from Egypt, another from Calcutta, and
two from Ireland. He is asked to aid or
pi"Mi asylums, to subscribe toward the erec
tion of churches, to assist men and women
paying mortgages off their farms, to furnish
capital fo * the development of mines, and
the establish neut of manufactures. Inven
tors want nim to go in partnership with
them in prom ting the result's of their
genius, inrlu ling perjetual motion and fly
Several women wrote him for money to
buy th dr • children Christmas gifts; one
young lady wanted him lo give her a silk
dress, and a young man e-q»e ted his assist
ance to start a ne»,spaj>er. Poor clergy
men, cripples, widows, and all sorts of indi
gent people aj»peal to his sympathies and
ask a share of his millions. He has an op
portunity to give away his entire fortune
every year, but declines to do so. These
1 »egging letters are never seen by him All
his mail is opened by hi* se -re.tary, and
such communications go instantly into the
waste-basket.—Theodore Stanton in Inter
Moody's Balky Hni*,*e.
Moody loves horses. He has better ones
now than when he rode arouud to his Chi
cago mission work on a balky littTe animal
whose natural depravity finally caused it to
be consigned to the stable for the rest of its
days. A good deacon, hearing of this, came
to Mr. Mo >dy and a-k *d him to sell or give
the horse to his old pastor, who had a buggy
and had been praying for ahorse. He re
fused to give i„ to any one, but said it was
there, and any one that wanted it could go
and take the hors?. But when, at its first
outing, it stopp ;d stone-still for half an
hour, despite all coaxing and urging to the
contrary, and then su Idcnly sliot up the
street like a m 'toor, only stopping against a
1 1 if £
an is ke
in a l»ook a
list of thin
e ought to purchase, but
nrd to wear. Mie calls the book
A Salvation Army squadron at Lansing.
Mich., advertised a "four days' special at
tack on the devil" A\"e have not yet
learned who came out ahead.
BLIZZARD LIES IN STOCK.
Scale of Price* at the Factory—Styles of
The s tason is now here when the Dakota
blizzard lie is coming into general use in
the east, where it has heretofore been manu
factured exclusively. AVe think, however,
that better results can be obtained if it is
made up right here on the ground, and
with this belief we tike pleasure in inform
ing eastern editors that we have opened a
manufactory in Estelline, with the follow
ing scale of prices:
No. L Common blizzard lie, snow not over
two feet deep, strong, flexible-back wind,
man lost or woman frozen to death (inter
changeable, wrench furnished to make al
teration), extending over north half of ter
ritory, $4 per dozen.
No. 2. Snow six feet deep, wind eighty
five miles an hour, roads all blockaded,
great suffering among stock, two men and
boy frozen. $6 per dozen. (This is a good
open-face lie, and is intended for paper of
under 5,000 circulation.)
No. 3. Snow very deep on ground and air
tilled, wind blowing a "perfect gale,'' no
fuel at any of the stations, great suffering,
old settlers predict that it will last two
weeks, six families or the mayor of Fargo
frozen to death (office boy of ordinary intel
ligence can adjust one desired), $7.50 per
No. 4. Snow up to the second story, storm
extends over whole northwest, 60 per cent,
of the cattle dead, Jim and Missouri rivers
frozen to the bottom. Governor Fierce's
feet frozen and amputated, no prospect of
abatement, forty persons reporta i dead, $10
No. 5. Worst storm for years, came un
expected, al! the school children in territory
dead, parents distracted, country appeared,
to l»e "doomed," all trains suspended, tele
graph wires down, only "meagre accounts"
obtainable, wind "cuts like a knife," con
victs in penitentiary frozen in cells, any
number of persons desired dead (no exper
ience required to till in blank), only chim
neys visible, $12.75 jrt dozen. (AV e sjtec
ially recommend this one, it is gangsawed
and warranted free from knots and splint
ers. Send for free sample.)
No. 6. Our own special northwestern bliz
?ard lie, patented, fully guaranteed and
sold only on subscription: Storm extends
from Chicago to Butt.; City, Mon., raging
with "unprecedented fury," snow 100 feet
deep and upw'ards, last of the stock on
w estern ranges dead, there will be no more
immigration to Dakota, railroad companies
will take up all tracks northwest of Chicago
in spring, everybody, including the oldest
inhabitant, dead, news brought into Chi
cago by traveling man—only person es
caped, wind tearing up ciusts of the earth
in great flakes,terrible "roaring," "grim death
like a weird spector hovers o'er all the
land," $4 per single lie. Only one of this
kind sold to the same party. Order early
so we may know how many to put up. Ex
tras, consisting of "terrible," "horrible,"
"terrific," "awe inspiring" and "awful in its
strength," furnished w'ith No. 6, including
screwdriver to put them on with.—Estelline
(Dak.) BelL ______
Hail Two siring* to His Bow.
A very dilapidated-looking tramp entered
the counting room e>f one of the wealthiest
merchants on Austin avenue, and, coming
up to the desk, asked:
"Ain't your folks from Posey county, In
"And your name is John Smith?"
"Shake. You have at last found your
long lost brother BilL I am in need of
"Here is a quarter. Take it and go."
The long lost brother turned over the
quarter a time or so, and then said:
"Is a quarter all you can spare for your
long lost brother?"
"That is all. Go, now, or I'll call a police
man," said the merchant.
"I'll accept the quarter on account of our
relationship. That?is a family matter; but,
besides being 3'our brother, I'm a tramp
and a dead-beat. Now I apply to you pro
fessionally. Give me another quarter."
All ior Love.
! Merchant Traveler. 1
They s ool te.:ea!h the summer skies ani
watched the twinkling stars iu ceaseless,
brilliant twink. It was a night to bring
the angels from the blue that they might
lav their gentle hands upon the evening
air, on 1, touching every heart.string, fib
the worll with harmony. "Anl this is
love,' she said, looking into his face.
"And leva is religion," he continued,
stooping to kiss the pretty pinkness of her
cheek. "What religion?" she asked,
naively, ' Presfcyt 'rian, or Methodist, or
Bapti>t, or Episcopalian?' "None of 'he
angel mine," be whispered, folding h t to
bis throbbing heart; "noue of these; it is
You-an'-i-taria i." Devotional exercises
were continued until a late hour.
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has none of tiie defects usually found in common
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