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'M XXXIV. NO 27.
COUNCIL i Important Session on Last Tuesday Night, -y r AFERSMUST GO, iitol Tottrs Muit Quit Totting or tw wily fhwdOthei Order Puied and ;. Allowances Made. ,e coudoll met in City Hall in reg- BBBstori this, Aprlll8t,192. Pre Walton Shields. Mayor. Ooun-en-A. Blum, E. Taylor, J. B. Watt, viw.lm.kl andR.W.TllforoY . Mh 4tb read and ap- Boston Ideal Opera Co. The Urgent and oldest comlo opera organization in America will , yilt Greenville next Wednosciay ana inurr day, April 7tth ana 8th. Wednesday they will present" The Pretty a comic opera in three aots, and 1 hurs day, "Talka" will be presented. The company carries 95 artistt.a large chor- us and efflolent orchestra, oeasun tickets will be sold four tickets for 3.60 and can be exchanged and used either night. Sale of coinmutatlonseats be e-Ins Monday, April i, at 10 a. in, Keg u. larsale at 9 a. m. Tuesday. Regular house prices will prevail. ..-; i.'i :i9 ordered by the city council that gm of 50be and trie "T"" wpropriated to bo ef?ded ?rv A. Abercrombie and hi. phy atorWause while iirfrom the d received onMonday night while forming his duty. T. of reward for the sp onsion of person ; shooting Po . ,.w,mhle: It was order- youncilWare-d 0 be offered by the (ure of the party who shot- Police- UTd that the tion o, 1 Addle Harvey be re erred to e ... a nit.v attorney v engineers - - Sc-portatthenextmeet: at certain . nf the council ' . crates n tne wm. - y raiiroad Mu where the Y. v .,. v inatniRted to direot the x . Sunday Church Services. St. Joseph's Calholie Church, Hector Vnt.iiar P. .T. K natenbrock Low mass t. 7 m Hlch mass at 10.30 a. m.; af ternoon service at 4 n in. W eekdays, Maas at 7 a. m., Altar Society meets on Mr.. Wlrlm, nf nvorv month at 10 a. in. Catholic Knlght9 meet on first Sunday of every mouth alter niga uiasa. fhrinn Church. Rev. J. D.Weaver, corner Hinds and Alexander streets- Services 11 a. m. ana o p.m. iumus, momlne. "ftesurreotlon;" ..... eveuing. . ... "Solomon,"' . .. Primrose. Pastor Services in toe Ma sonic Temple at 11 a. m. '. -1 Mat.nniliar. nrilirp.h. J. E. CunniOg- ham, Pastor Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.,i Preaotung at u a. m.?- &pwwu League, 4 p. m., Preaching at 8 p. m.; Prayer meeting 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Episcopal Church, Quincy Ewing, Rector Morning service and hcly com munion 11 a. m., Sunday achool 9.30 a. in.; Rector's Bible Class 4 p. m; Eve ning prayer 5 p: m. Baptist Church Stacy Lord, Esq., lll conduct the services At the Baptist BENEFIT Entertainment Given by Mrs. J Bell and Miss Ada Gilkey .' FOR. LIBRARY Wat a Dtclded Jucccm, Though not at largely Attended at Should Hm Bcen-Progrsm was Good and Will Pleasing. GREENVILLE, MISS., SATURDAY, APRIL 5. POLICEAAN ABERCROM- B1E SHOT BY A NEGRO. Jerry Williams, Wife Beater, and Notorious Bad Black Man Shot Twice to Kill. WAS CAPTURED FRIDAY NIGHT With the County Bloodhounds, Gave Chase-The Trail was Lost rsear awin water Policeman Abercrombijj Improving. . The entertainment given a , , nt nffiriaU .nd Citizens, era house ou Monday ercinoK u" cosjee vuinfx"" r. v. fler the auspices pi MM, . . and kiss Ada Gilkey for the benefit of the library, was a decided success, al though the crowd was not as large as It should have been. The program as publlbhed in these columns la.t week was fully carried out, and ail the par ticipants acquitted themselves .fcoMj It would be surperfluous to laud the different numbers, but special men- tion la due trie am fhnrpli tn-mnrrow. Blind at scnOOl Bt 9.45 a. m. It It) the intention qj the h.h tn Ipsn all anrvlnes ud lusi as criilfLilv kh Aver, fantil a sucoessor of "road to erect gates ft oross- Mp Bur-r )sJ ch08eD. The members are a" svenue and Laner.lallv ursred to be present at the over wasuiuB - - i a"n(i a cordla.1 luvitation is .in street. . extended to all to Join witn us t was oroereu ,,u,",! tn nit. engineer witn aniliiv diM "vhile" Mr 'KDSrei ':.. ,vnTt. VneetliigT' .. i cL.i:nk nnm shunt frnm tvimtinns to report " - - nuii.uiu itruouou" r nrnhable I. l- nA M.d Win. t. oomn HI1U V I nrilTin VIH1LIU1T IVA&.atlu i'liQ. " 10 , . 3 Aatnsif imm said exten- . Wav.hinitn va..t hieves venue to do u"" OWu ': n. ! . . t vr.T jan hir hnmfi bv lorcinff . cuwavu aiu.- .( t is ordered that D. L. McLean i wind(?w and stole fdO. ID M. .... s foAhe season. I mnv valuable trinkets. , - I he tiA.irfjaiMUj M"- "-- i rmnvHH iiiuuts kuim mwu nine m eotfnell that lt fi-W thftt on tjWi samB night was ornery , , j-jmnretf t tu wpre ,i.iven' from the home Sr side walks without unneces- rf gau, Xsenberg -by police ! iThe'order being made un- man who sent twtt .bullets after "They've got me. at last, Cap, ' vid Pnllceman'Aberorombie to Oaptotn Qulnn, Monday night, pointing to a builefrhole jo lo bl ido, where he had whong "TellMePrettyden-ln, ust-" - h a way that won lor tuem a touuw uepo. applause. The minuet dance by the ..neW towB.,!r. i r- ; - J minll'n nf MISS ronra SCUOUi, r-r ... . . : ., wia. nf Its kind seen nere jfi I - ... I T i.llvn. the star of the evenm, - . . made many friends by tier graceim y iVArtmniw and the masterly manner in r .... . ...t. .uiv, .i. imrwi pn tne auiereuii iuir .., aha i a goiter of no mean abil- t... ,i utom nil the Draise bestow ed upon her by the press aud public. The cry Of "Jhief! Thief 1" will rally every man to the reacuo just now, and John Williams is very much of this opinion, from tha nnmlipr who resnonded to the appeal of Mr. Frunkel on last Tuesday morning. The nejrro, vviiiioma. was caiiffht by Mr. Frankel in his feed house picking up some sacks, wbicn, joe sniu, iue yard boy told him he could have. But on examination MrrFranke) found that he was gathering Up n.lon Theneffro became al- und broke at once down Brodway in a run. Mr. Frankel gave chase crying. "Stop, thief. Residents alone the street entered negro.. He was tnken Detoro iue Id hi little tale of un- Hia a!vrv was without TOvit and he was fined $50 and given 60 days., ; ' y'Y EXCURSIOi To be Given by the Local Lot!.,' of Elks Next Tuesday Ni.t ON "ISLAND QUEEr The Urgeu Pluiurt Boat In the Woriil, Will bt the Opening Event ol Summtr and one v of tlx Happiest Evtnliof the Seaion. The excuision to be given on the beautiful five-deck steamer, "lalimil Queen,'" promises to be a mot enjoy able affair. The excursion will be run uuder the auspices of the Greenville r jxlira uf Klks and arraneenients li? vi; MAS it ! 1 f U(-Kt II: tWCi i titan tl While i walk ordi- the fleeing burglars: .iiOnfthe sice ; ' .a fnllnws: raw" . : tn nr ec. lo. Anyxiwnerojpro-J market' of Lls- 5Pe for a term of years, " , - f . hi u started Out Tar or permit the side wa. mTrflV. was closed yester , his oroperty to become .-L hw n attaithment in favor of !meanort and upon n""u" a fined tot less than ne r more than ZAto the I council, that w v ----- - ot, streets .A nilKHLlUU AJ" C0RPOBA110N VXD. M. O. Scurry, sewerane engineer. v . . . w H Neai, diick.bc, i""""!"ir W H Neal, bulldlnn fhed, etc. . Sommer Bros, water gauge, sewers. Will Butler, coif mn . mmfjnt. aewers.-, 9 quesi'iuu - a..j the J J Harty, cemnt, aei . .. . .inr he referred to jine irff'if LnAfr biua, inning w . . Hnn.i Hardware Co. eewera. ;tytwrne;' .ttaliht be loca- mtinn at such point as 'ahaU toe Idltlon at wm K.'Gildart ft ree uu v " --. - - i J( ttllUB" 'ose were go oo 16 no a us ft oo ..... 'U 50 X w Taa Ullvaatjaln I1HV roll.i Alabama Block Uoal Cp. coal........ .. JSAilenr . . "' Mississippi nitiumii. W U Neal, estimate T W McCoy, pay roll aewertme.. .( Alabama wmiww". I Jtisry Wlll&ma aod-lR'lfe. ' .j; The following faots concerning the ahpotlng and the trouble which led up tn t.ha deed: Were gleanded by The Times' reporter.from Mr.Abercromble tilmielf and from the people living in Hip hnuse wherthe Uiootlng.oocot'ea Shortly after 10 o'clock Monday n(gni, word was' telephoned , to police head ouarters to send an officer to the home of Jerry Williamson Blan ton street as Williams waslkilling his wife and shoot ing at those who were trying W stop the tfi i " .;. ' -1 DiotWl as memoere i 1 Hunt a HtarnuK. rwiR woio ... 1 w . nmiwrv Animieei. i uhjb . nf t.h lt BCnoOia tu 1 r,".s:rr,7i3' iSpic work: sewer. aaio 01 -- , A - h! . Gold- shorty Jackton. work on .sewer eng.. aa termOI.ureojio"" -r ja TW MoCoy, aunarjr jreiut ebymVel-tedoo.thellrstbal. Mr joe Sltwrttew tendered his res- ordered that; Mr. M. aeot, u ... rf the flre Scurry uc . flx iepartmeun""",:""- . . d at 25 pe month. AX-tOWAXCKSOKPOtUTIOK KUNO .tl- dhiiii. mayor .-.ivv.v. ." Tftw Mrt 6r treaanrer .......... . V it "jofteaf city pliyalclan ....... 1 S taxcolleotor., I--1 :vS:.2SSu-;;:;.:::::;u; u. Casey, m"r.,.a'- ,m.Qumn. m,S?uc.?- fA Alercrool01e ,j- MUiMart, , ;'' , ora K Xrtgg. iSfttCln"6. . like Mill f ,ey Kckstone, sUUonea, DT'-imoounder llm Harrl". Ja"""'!- -j 'waterworks M 00 v alton ah'eW'l.SK: ,r waterwork. J5 00 .v. H.wiieol,4;.terworks...'.i. o 0" '.".....ii reman at waterwoiM v. H. t hois wagon. So. I SCHOOL FUN0,f . Tobe Slmfey, Janitor SJO. I ' ' Francis jonuoi u.1.1. 1nHnrr NO. S.. May Merrell. JaMtoc No. . . . js days.. 15 days... 111 days., ft days.... I uay-.. 00 a 00 40 s 1110 00 1 75 00 so 00 1 60 00 I 58 00 I 50 00 60 00 I 50 001 50 00 25 00 18 06 S 80 1 6l 50 00 1 aooo Suean Varice, Janitor No. Mr.Maizingur, ;. : Lewis Marrow, K. B. Bass, sundry Ollla (.r'f " Alatiama AlocaiWal Oompany New Hope Church, rant 1 month..... .!(,!! :J!ii.TBMT u' 127 50 X 50 t a H5 : 21 75 j 00 '2S 10 710 M 49 50 58 88 20 21 S5 30 07 SSW 5 00 ' 14 00 67 77 22 00 : 12 00 ' 00 6 00 i 2 00 .-10 00 ; 12 m ' 57 10 10 60 ; s uo Sunday moimnw twtween .the hours of one and three, one of LnMast hnrc aries tne city nas ex rai-uTir.ftH in . soma time took olace I -htm at the gents' f urnishine store of Ike J Mp Abercromble was assigned the Hm iron on W asninglOU uve. jx huMrrlnus duty or oueilinit m brick was thrown: through one of kaaee. ' As Soon a he reached the cor- nlnte, elass, show win- 'tit nianton.' near Nelson street, (lows making a hole, about six i'V I be asked a passing negro woman where ches square. ' In this window Mr. th mftn w,s.,- The woman pointed to Hoiihmn had iudisDlav of hats and ,u. . .nd at the same time she in- as it was Easter doy the bold thief LUted that he should not enter the selected between eight and twelve houge ai0lle M x man ,had ;a pisiol hats for biS'nse. mo . juiswr uat Bnd wou)d shoot mm at signu was left, n our "cl;esK;',',iot- tnis iiotioe.'.: ,'f.. .V'-r.-.. '-"."'' ,'i.t . l lntlnn. Iind tt DO86O. With the Has aej aw f--T . . .( county's Wood bounds were in pursuit of the would be murderer. . - Dr. Brooke wis the first physician to call ana made hasty examination 01 the wound and did not think it neces sarily fataUDr. Hay no waa called and he aereed With Dr, urooKe,, air. au- cromble at flrst suflered a great deal from nausea, and vomltted frequently, but by Tuesday this was stoppeo arm he has since improved dally. To-day h io .1.111 imnrovlnir and unless some ualooked for complications set in, he will be out In a week or so. , The bullet bas never been located but so tar it has Hiveu no trouble. . THIS POSSE. - - It was not more than half an hour after the shooting occured oeiore s ,m.A waa m Dursult. The blood hnnnrla were secured and put on the track of the negro, and for two hours trailed the supposed murderer uuuuku the woods and swamps east of the city but with no success... The crowd re- tnrnPd to the city, secured norses, u rWnted most of the time Tuesday to t.tiA hunt. 1 frho iinfnpt.iinntfl occurence of tb6 .hnnttntr of the netrro Rawles.who Uvea fn the tame house where tne auu.-u Abercromble took place, rm nf the ooserwsef mucn fPttari. in 11 was aiiBi that ha la-no way had any thing to.do ,t,K-thrt Williams' shooting, .ins k.,iit .tinb . him in the arm. Dr. uuw. . - 1 i ' P.ma HiPBOfid the wound. " ' ' It was currently reported ou streets Tuesday that Mr. Charles Ruth and a colored man named Collier had captured Williams and ttiat ne was lodged In jail , but this proved untrue. The trail waa lost at or near.-owuir water, but the location of. Williams Is believed to be known. by the. officers and his capture Is momentarily expec ted. It Is needless to suy that swnt and sure justice will be meted Out : to him through the courts. . . - 8 89 Rnl Pnlioeman Abercromble would not listen to her Warning, for he Is no coward. He knew be was an officer of th law and that same motive, DOTY, which has been his guide and motto for ten years of honorable service, as riromoted him to act in this case, and he proceeded to enter the house. ' '. tTnnn wmnhimrthe door be , found ipv ;jvr , .... would in tbe fastened, ana eaiieaw s "open In tne nam t.- ir,nlr1 hot. and he entered force. As he did so the negro, with pistol In hand, ran to the back door, supposedly to make his escape. . I be uman followed him up to arrest The Dbotoeranhs presented In the ,.m. but before lie got out of the room article on the shooting were made by : ' lhe turned and tired at the officer, Mm. Gilleas."wh( was recently honored by the L' C. officials in the promotion to the 3rd .Vioe-..i?resi-dency of the, road, -was in the city to-dayl Wo called on him in the office of Maj. Kern),) and inquired if he had B6me jcooa rauroau newa to eive us; He replied,- "Not just yet but thought he near future." ' The investisution as sbo6ting of ' Bawles will Monday. 1 1 ' ' to be: the held been made whereby perfect order v. prevail. The steamer has a govern mental license to carry 3000 passonmi ia but its capacity Is double that number, tbusallowlng plenty room for all. The dancing cabin, which is 180 feet long and 31 feet ride, will be in charge of the following floor committee: J. U. Conly, George Hunt, L.. Bergman, B. Wheeler, Lyne btarlin. Jr., ana Henry Schall. The merchants or Greenville will be requested to close thetr respective places of business at 8 m. in order to allow the cierKs an opportunity to participate . In this ex cursion. The price 01 round irip is 50c. Children under 13 years of ugo 25o. Everyone Is requested lo pur chase tickets before goin to the boat,. Tioketo are for sale at Star Shoe store, L. L. Gllkey's and by members of the Elks.. ' , The following commltties will be In charge. Arrangement is. ii. vivn, a. . . Cmsby and B.B.Goldman. ,, Floor J. u. Douiy, weo. uunw Van Boddie.Hoii rvSchalh Julian U'ort. Jake iJenrtel, I,vn Snarllne Jr..and G.B.AJeXxmJar iteciption-R.W,Tliford.N.Coi'NU;iii w.. m. uiitiiH . waiccin a ueiu, Humphreys, VVm. Isenberg, J.MJ; yne, ... . . r if ..u . HAT u C dart, J.Scotl, J.H.Couch, D.Shuna- ban. j.ttorierisDaw, j.a.vhuuuu. 3helbV. T.H.Uooa, U.(J.urilW!nuouBuu Jl. M. Cashin. onco, before f;oi..rr lo - - i he reported ti" ' ' Ca8t.y,who. wiih 1 J I ' " went iinuje"1 sil m ' ;-' ' On arrivi'.i;,' nt t'. 1 : . et tlie Olrt fiuiii r." I I whltaaii'l found it t-i 1 a c by, ami, jnitlnrf fi nal ls stake, it ii.'itl tw'u ? ' months or to. A to i ' " not till ;il9f!:'n w-t i-l or, but tin: liocoir h.,,-i i-i been brouuilt ,ib'ut The cliilJ wd-i i trtp-'-1 " skirt. . As to liow it ftn(! tl arti''s c-uii i i '1 ,;'i is flill a inv.-U'i-y, bnj ' and ikHxi-'.vc working on lii'J ' 1 " remuins were t ;i k n ', ' in I ho retuo'cry- ha" Recently e -of Cuttn ry 41-' -1 " -' I . i Mr. Mosier of this city. Kd. Kletl driver hose wagon foreman 20 00 30 00 1 0(1 SI 00 r(i Vorrlll police. 1 aa7L-S"'"i m III J;; -..-kstone, nreman . V."'"Vi ) Srernan. 'VSiViii. 10 araman.. m Niiiivii. : .. driver.. i'" "SZJ.Trt. cart to .V.T driver Bn auiij,ij; drtver.i aumw'- .-Pe?.P rt drlver. ..lV:p..V for Sf2oaSffi? J-U and JO 00 11 f JO 00 I 50 00 7S 00 BO C 80 00 I DO 00 I i 00 001 SO 00 60 6 00 SO 00 feeding pro- bar Co. tot , vSuetlSutanaCarOo..-;;- t he U"yer? ;;,;iiiimi for fire dept A. 8.im. "SJrwtion pauper.... ; sommers Bros, Sffj'muws Hunt b"" '11;; crtd.g tax pd twice. Herman m S Jan toTpr . . . . . Greenville i '"f" J lunaUC to Jail. , J 11 awf.con'1- h s.-naB,on fli u'i ,;ina ......... s m M i;r-)ffrt. .ewer r- f Joe y. Portia. Atataa 4 Jordan, cuairs ........ . 2 G. : 7 ;!,f" V.WALTERS, Tenor. Boston Ueal Opera Co;. the bullet hitting dim In the side. The negro was then standing in tne uara the next room, and could not be seen by-the policeman, who stood In the full glare of the lighted lamp Id the front room. Judging by the flash of the negro's pistol where he stood, the officer returned the fire, missed the desperado, but hit the latch on the back door, bending it in such a manner that it could not be moved and locking the door better than any key or spring could dolt. ' . .;. , i iri, newrrt saw this In a second and realizing his predicament In a glance, lrnnw that his Only avenue of escape was by the front entrance and to do tbls he would have to pasi the officer. He fired the-second shot, this time breaking the wrist of the policeman's -iirhr, hand in whioh he held his pistol. Shot In the side and wrist, but with the undaunted courage that has always characterized ,hlm; Policeman Aber cromble tried to shoot the negro with the pistol in his left hand as ine negro rushed oast him, but he could not cock hI:nlstol and the ncjro ranjhat- less, coatlens and shoeless, out Into the night and under thfl mantel oi uam nnra lie made (rood his escape. y After he had gone Mr. Abercrombe started to town but before he got out of the house he painfully realized that hie strength waa not sufficient for the walk, so be asked admittance in .nthe next house until help should This was granted and Captain ii Aivbctr and friends ' were at .lanimnoil fnr. and ! ' n"- uii;c .-,' ' long bif ire lift w i' reofi:' t!" ' House Where Shooting Occurred THE HOUSE -; , : !' In which the shooting Occ'ured ls .ja nnn-forv frame structure aod bas five m Tn the two north rooms lives Rnwles. while In the east room lived TtniiUma with his unlawful wife. . The rear door of Williams' rooms opens in thP rooms of Daisy Johnson from whom Williams rented, and back ; of this rooiii is her kitche l. All the doors are on a line directly opposite eacn other from the front to the rear en- Th ' lighted lanm was in ,i dijuv. r Williams room, and as Policeman ad- ....inKio nussfid through aiier ine retreating negro, the negro had .every rivnntaiie over the brave and nervy nffiuAr. 1 Two huliet holes were found in tne house, one In the kitchen door. wMcn Waa made bv Mr. Abcrcromoie a gun and the Other hole was In the partition wiiiiMm' room which must have hPn made by William's ?up. Judg ing from the hole the bullet made his gun must have been a cuuuik, THE CAPTURE. - vm nrivate Information SherilT Hunt learned that Williams wa neon near James, Thursday, and Was tnen hidlns in the woods near that place. Yesterday aftemoou. Messrs. n-ugeue 1nhrds. -d Btreator, J. Toler, and T.,m .Tones, colored , boaroea me o'clock southbound train, AH carried Winchesters and those who saw toem Ipave knew that "something was up telegram came to tne VWUW v f. r- citv atatinif that Williams was in house and surrounded and to send twen ty men at once on an .engine to eJTect oariture. But before this xuld be ar- ranired the sheriff received xby tele phone word that Williams had surren dered. : -". . . Z . 'r. Laat night the officers and man ar rived on a hand-car and got off at the .Delta Oil Mill fnrfe r fiat a mch ml?ht .to waii'.njf t.u :ut ,i i :'i ' 1 'V til oii-cultous route was taken to the jail where be Is now safely lodged. wminms was caotured In a store buildinr"'!,t- Jar-ics. ticre ho H-tf lor.ked hiui.slf Vi in - a back r-jiim He 5 entered the store in tne morning and expected to leave the state that flight for Arkansas, where he haa 4 brother living.' ' Since the shoot lug he had been hiding In the woods He has & slater living, at James.; This fact was known by the officers and a Mote watch was kept in that vicinity. When Williams was asked why ne ahot Policeman' Abercromble, be said that he saw it was his only chanoe lo Moane. "He further stated that he only shot him once.' When captured four nhambers of his pistol, which was a "38". were empty,' He accounted lor this by saying that l first - shot was fired at a man J ..foi)nd in lie room With hla" 'wife, two were fired at his his wife, aod the fourth one bit the po liceman"." Williams was" very uneasy until be reached the Jail, and said that he was afraid of being lynched, bher- iff Hunt and his deputies deserve the thanka of the people for i their; prompt action la the matter. ,., : 1 ' 1 1 ! i i I 1lir)WIIIrtlllli'ln i JH'jll IIMIMIHW.il iinrim i im...'i.i. - POLICEMAN ABEI1CKOMBIK. Policeman Henry Abercromble Isa na tive of Georgia. Coliunbus is fits nome whara he now has a mothes ana sixter living He i's connected with the drst families of the state-,. He came lo Mis- slssinDi some time in the seventies and worked for Gen. Frencti, a first cousin of hlaVoo a plantation. , About twelve years ago he came wi this city and was elected marshal dur ing the first term of Ex-Mayor Yerger, whiuh rwition he resigned to .accept the manaeemerit of Mr. Joe Wilczin- ski's plantation, lie also managed for Charlie Smith, but about ten years ago he returned to the city, joined the police force end has been a mamuer oi it ever since. Mr. Abet-crumble is an officer who regards duty above life, as was shown last Monday nlghtin trying to arrest Williams. Brate, humane and courteous, he has made the city an efficient officr, and his unform nate accident has bnmilii. fm h ' -- n X ' y fr c ' !'-' - ' i.; V ' V :.!':. , i .1 I , t The banjrlng gnrd' 'f ' construeti'd over " Christian cia, -ftt'?- i -tins Hii'nsr t ' -i wo.ld. A hat ' "' ' ' formed in ti rinc- s 1 the other. Tlicre w. gardens at l'n'.v1-.;! r . if an j " l .e r a. i i. ' i. l - earth resting n ve 4 ered with gioV'-s, v. i . of flowers and pruv:- i lories and 1 'nti:' were IrrigaU-d t ;:n the summit ilt'd v.')i ' from the Uiij-lirati-s. There are to-utij, f-:' York Sun, many liai'j-n : vai-lmiH linrts of the i- J. larly on mountain s.iii in . ter beinjr raided ia lni ! - - ' thousands of f''t t.f i Col. S. B. Miles, f tins has just drscl-ibej the i -t. dena he found on the n-c- southwest of the trail:i? : Muscat. Visitors nave to StTetch of desert to rem h t ' ful region, of verdure a.;. ! lands. i iPnes of the inland tovnn i-. f j . i i, ji nea on tne im:iw ,h u " ... I. ... i. iiH rit i vii.it v The town Is built on so t declivity that the. houses c ' .... i. n nna av..tln.r the. Ill inunioation being1 by nwans leading irora one m buildings. Just th-lov a copious spring of l"r! m." ing from the rock In kh''; ties to lnt'tt the n-ij-i :- inhabitants and to suif.'y l nels that fertilise tiie i -dens below. .).,. 4 l.a m.illtllmii Vil ii" BJl'(( '.'-v'l are the roos-t beaut if 'il ' -Hheraizi. The hole fui:: mountain side . to a depth 1,000 feet is cut into a para I ol leuc-es or lei-iiti::. " " nknwn m Tirria rtT in. 1411111,?. 1. ere not over ten or twelve width'. The inhabitauts i glad of greater dipth of soi garden apots nav m-m a larire amount . of ferti brought to them. The Bteep mountain Riue barren except for the beaul of green, where vineyarj-i, and wheat fields are benr-i ., .iih -1 1 1 1 foliage and r:p"i ': ;T " vepetabli's form r, very pU-aning f.pht. 1 ! '-i 1 on the terraces v, jn'd futile without an oSm-i-iani water and in this rt ,,.-ft s been prodigal, the sn ips t tion being- easily onl h ri rigated by . tin: m ..i which ia led from oue k er and Is kept from r-vt-. little embankments to. , tin. ' ' '." or One Fare Knr tin Miinori 1 1 Ctotivpntu 2tni-4th, 1 will ( v i t r.i- - i for I lie