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n & iifiir Hit Utr f I I Ml ESTABLISHED IN 1881. IlIEFSBORO. N. C. SATFUDAY. Jl FY 7. ISMS. NEW SERIES-VOU It. NO :'8 am.-- Exebth. I 'i-bursing Oierk of the Fee nl 'IMvi-K.n of tim otbce of th" libf of Engineers, W'aidiingtnt), 1). C., p,as l.'-fii in the -ervit.-..- ol th': Cve rntnent I. 4 l .1 i m in any ini'.T ic r-O') now r on- " ! v,i d w ith the War I ,;ir.i it. He i b cam" e N i ; of the- Military 1 b r vat on at I " -it i s's Monroe in lst!.t. He i, iiow f':hty "t''ar- of ag.g An ( ;i !!.'! v n-it io'ia -torv.of t-un .Mi' icm s iioin l'-nli i. tf- ti' iit: ! w a 'pur a von M !, i- tn in ot la-lnon, ; enornso'i, y n ilthy, arid f I'nou , a-; one ot th"- hand-oni',-t tnen-in the empire. ; It, addi'ion to what h'' alieadv possessed lie H ,1 i h"lt to over 'JO, 00 )f OOl) oritJ-i. i lf; wa-i iiit o'in ;rn an ardent j sport -n:in, and th" tu-" of his act is a ! profound m ;,.? ry. He'as la-t se!i at lill'i.i l' lli in i v i l ili'i.t cx.il liiiini.r I find two dasait'-r he -let himself on his father's e-tite, n-4r Huhl wei--en-hui";. lerin t -o iety has been in au up roar over 1 he r v Tit. fo.e,gn authority ha. ju-t p.blid.ed ' manfuie di-a-t r-. reported during v.-,y diatrou, moth ol March , ., ... , concerning all tl,g,: Sailing ves., U Mted lost 17 American, - Austrim, 1 lie tl; le :;j I'.iitidi, 1 Danish, ;; Dutch, Frmeh, !':' i man, 1 Hawaiian, S Italian, It Norwegian, :' Portuguese, 1 Spmish, 2 weili-U. total, I'M. In this number are ini ludeil ! vessels reported missing. Steaun is i'iiorted lost 'I Mritish "J Norwegian ; tot il, S. 'ilie cau-e' td I 1 s Sailin trandiii" ! ,. , ., . , , . . . - col bsion Ine g, loiimlereil '.. a ban- I domd (i-ndeinned b'i, mis-ing 1 lJ ; t'.'al. i 1". Ste.miei s -Strand mg 7, j )( J, d. ,ed 1 ; total, S. ! . ', Mr.' Ii. 1 lienn.lt of I ial t inn .i p. who! reiiritly built a magnit'ient church in memory of his wife, is now building an other memorial to her, -ays the New Or leans 'I'liiia J), ;,!) a splendid gym-na-ium for the new Women's College of ),iltiuio?e. The building, whieh is to be m keeping with the college structure. is to be heated throughout by steam, and j will have the mo-t modern ventilating apparatus. A aref'ul study his been made by rvperfs of aH tljii' 1 ading gym misninis i f the world, and the best feat uie will be adopted. The ne v gym-na-sium i- exp? ted to excel in onveti ience of an anee nents and (omac'riii ss of ;ii'i.iiili".""t i auv evniniiutu in t lit wo'll ileo!ed to ihe u-e of women. Among it-4 new feature- wid be a swim mme pool and a walking track. 'llu leant experiments in employ ment of "o. h -'' of various sorts for hi mv u-e in lie spring military .. xercist s in England. - . m to demonstrate the ft:- tiiity o! i .p.itmg that t la-s of ma- tli'iurv t.- I'e of much practical value fortius -ei i. e. The' a- cents of long hills ,. fo be mad" by the cy. list vol unt eei s . w I y, and w.th toil, m foot, I'ei au - t he m n hine- could n it be rid den: ,i catnag" t beiid-b't, and worked bv f. ni men, and to - vis a la xim gun. btoko d'W!i utteri? ; th" "t 'v., t s pede, " or tl in i per. a machine , eight he, !-. , a,,vin- bit!".,, hin' tm-li m- s t giro !'!'!.; t w o and 1 pie , I'll e u 1 m":i, hrok e m md' uie 1 ; ; nd tin ie vt i c n : in- ? "U - in n ! ait.. tx o . i I ! i mU. ' long t ! '.' s . f y U i 1 n ' i o ' be . . . -in " t h , a - ph o ' . 1 l'o. T-. a : n's in onlv . - t h op. r i ' U 1 to Ilill, d . 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J 'on, n, r. nit . !, rl i.trr. lost .NlTrnri. !!Y Iv1 I., i K r; I'. Tl , . , .1 . i , r. , , , ,. ... I lie -umm. i t h.it I I ft o . ' asar ' ' ,,,, I, , , , ..lassn: sha de-, crowne.i uith Jionons asid i i -,i . i j- i , . Ji.ittii uiiuii'i o ijm' "iaiioj iieaiii .11 u;hed w, h 'rnnnph father , boanb vvhirl aU ,);lli,!na,itirr fo.A thesr dif ng at M. hllw.tf,. he.i he had ler,n ini, ,Mlit(,l in bringing their liveil thi re lor ears while I wa- inirsu- . . t .i m 1 i 1 I I I'cmsm 1 1- tit iMinr i tin- en ni- Mr w .Vw. b m i n"'"'! ' '".T ! Ul 1 ,w 1 ln" p!ii'Ue and ample tor- i iluile, with no eneunil ';-,' -aveme j.j, ' tilv hi Id 1 1 u : i i e Cre'v ' i m. i n; . ii 't ' 'liiott s lioanling houe wa,, un- I " 1",'al. I"""' w!' ;:a,!' 1,1 a;! I pointments, with a cor pi of well tia md -ervan!-, ami a mis'ie-s that would havt graced ihe home of tin; in-.-t l'n. idiou- ronnoi-,M.iir of- feminine beautv and j woith. W e hecaine Ja-t fri-rds at once ' this petit.: brunette andmvseM. To Iter invalid child I was no le--, .-tion-lv j atta l). d. I wotidered often whv the I n,0,'",r wa-; ''"''Vs robed in the deepest '"""ruing. 1 liat -Me wa- a widow 1 (Knew; out III it ruM- Oeieav eine.it wasot . .... .i..... i i .. i i i ... ii " i ' ' io 'I'll, i i i.i i 1 1 a r in 1 1 i v c f i a ' i ( f nun t he lit t le one w l.o. in mentioning 'M'r f'her, told me ouainHv she had "over known him, that he had gone up to ( .ml l.eloie the fa:r;es had givmh r to her mamma. Ia-ke,ln,v fatlm if 1;,- e.,ii,l (he e atious niy.-terv id tho-e sable gaiuienis. In' answet'ed. "Ma lie-.el 'in. l! is but the tancv of a loving woman'- heart that ' ces hf, he. sombre hues o rellex of the grief that knows no so-, hice. Seven ears ago her husband per, Ished in a stoiin that wreeked the pcas Hre ya? ht in wlrch they were crui-m. herself eapid death by tho miiac uious inienositlon o 'rovn erne ,e ing caught by a passing steaiher's crew, its she drifted by them clinging to a Token plank. She was carried aboard, but lost consciousness, as the roifdi bur i kindly hands drew her fn.ni her watery I ocd. for months she lay ill, nih to death, her mind a blank. When at length the ski!! of the expert- in The 'l.'e- '''II I'M I ill I ' ll'' III lie I -11' . I'll I m e u co u e s ed eie.!e, the i e-t .rat ion tj ie.i-on. -h" learn, d through the !-.nun- of an old . .A tliat she alone -ur-vived that fearful gale. A lew week- later a new born i .at. v i iv upon in r iio-oin. Xllfes away tloPu the -ecneol lie di -aster, in a sti ange laud? little Ada was born. '.Irs Elliott does not know, Is 1 do, that orht ial stupidity or ca'e iessness had reiiorte.l be; .bull. , i iluec days after her hu-ban-E-. Theo,-.. i ."pant of the bed nevt luus in the In- e .. I .. . , I ' ; .. i. l i ... r .ii'- i .mi .mi nuiug 1 1 t . ..am i i ne n a me I'ddly enough being the same as her ;'n, it x as immediately taken for granted that the deceased wasthexii -! ini of the yacht disaster. " The northern climate was md suite 1 to Ada's tlelu ate constitution. For this n a-on M,-. Ell ott t ame south ami opened 1 -mall -elect boaid ng hou-e for the naintainauie of In r's.-lf and little one. " popular did tin- be, on ,. U!i,. ,,-., i 1IH1,l-"ll('nl ll,;lt h" ''inh.-id. m d .,.!.... ...l.i . . , ine -m i c-s o. in r ii'.nni. i c.: inning g. And : h , move !(o thi t ne 1 1 W t i ; 1 1 V "U -. e W !l it -! e , i .!.. . I ' I I . Was n i t I - ' i O t ! I met . m . 1 xi.d E.i:ih I att ni- : . i i.n c. i a I h ' . " O - I i ' c r i end and h" 1 1 mv hum. . . lot t . and I went my u a w tit ill 1 'W ' r m ! . an , g .in -- !--.! ' h,e two - . di tl Jo . a !.. ! m w '. tn w lie h.pp. 1 is f O t h" !! , " k V s-4v , t! i ar I-- h- i a- 1, r ''' aui. iili't ci i . r Ec a I I . ! ' . : - I !! k II ' It o'c's s,-,f i i:. i,o- tha' o.:-, i - Eke a w on i.i : - . n - ' a a v . : . i n-t th" ma : c j '. -- s : t 1 .,: i ut ! am w ; - t. AfJt r h. iiing v. i Mr-. Ed: ib l'a: r. t il"!'. b t o. j cr -V lb r ' .in.! .:' t ' 1 ' 'it u 'he ' s n a :m- a i r ipp'.- i ,r . t- Hag- e- t,.r t !' X es i o.xed i m aiei 1-t -k - I !i? : '"' S' p I'o-tit. 'tig ixx u ' - o o X 1 g ' " w , r i b ' !' ' I a V . i 1 ! U ' ! i ;.' ..i W ! 1 a 'I'. t i s v o; a .' .' -C.i XV .'a V the XV .IX I s. :.; I l"-ie, -a" a ;. hi tat !; r - . !c I.' xv o .id :' ' it iong 1'X a iv. a d I : i i t ' : . it. ; - ;:,( ( ..,-. ,. H d f.T ie :, n X e i ! ' ' 1 x : E j A ; ; e e l be' j j t : 1111 ! h : , e W n l xx ! :! w.'u d . i:: a X "'.I j draw !. m l s. aw ax : ho-e t! irk e . e h- t'-ar- wig .or -he w :r;.. x .j hi r t hat he'r miy . hiid sh Ubi un;.r,e . .1 A- 1 n tianx a pM'tjx. ton hmg w.;v. me w ouhl -ek t' sliO.v h w Et? Je IfCkfd lit-r own sad lot. Poor child! 'U k!"U', r'ot .,hlt . child' heart is an ;! W,kto1tm..t1,r. But when Ada I "'VT wuM off,, -ay : ' ! hy mut I suffer o t ! ' " ?",rtKlan'i ''' 1 c '"" . " 1 K"J 1 ,n' And when the doctor j . .. . . , , osur. as l.e savs. I could ni'iin out .iii ill m inorri!H"S ::tn ci.um ; mi' ' '":'V 1 ,,!o POt ,rr 1,e,-'4US" "l l,,mia 1 a.ay, th- r. . ImH it hurto awful . ' 1 ou.d only j.rrss my lips tocher to I k.xy back the tears., and pn-ntly tunrj ')i.exhi!d's thouuhts el-ewheD-. luomeT pa-e.i. Autumn in the routh. u know it. fair reader, with it iool i.;t7s latinin": away the sultrv hreath ot heated' days: wh-.n bir.is of fa-h:on tlit t aek Irom rur:d x enes to hfhtcn th" dui! city with the spread of ih. ir Lou- pluniane: when men p;o back to tin- ibil! routine of business, rcvivitied y tlieje-t they have' taken ; and dormant ocii-ty wake-) from iN -iei-p. I hat. tall New Orleans's pube beat with leverish a. tivity, for it witnessed he opening of the "World's Exposition." At.d riuh mvallv the dear oiu citv w"t- iomh' ;i eoiM-oiiisu Hie ll as Jiao lievei oe- r , , , . fore v;rn(ed tier loors. A on eutre .j. i... .i... k ; n-.... 1 .. 1. .. . 1. . 1 1 . '' the vantage point 'toward . . , . ,, ... , . v ,..! !.!, the aihuent v,-. or to u- Sonth- t;rn uuMropobs ,nyar,ably uiade h-s uv. loaeitam numb.' r onlv .-he gave al- mi.sio!K N thou-dit of a golden h ,rv- to be reaped eou'd per-nad- he,- to peil coii;i per-ii.toc hit io incommode her hoaders by an Ufiseemly crowding it! of other guests, so that while other housi were swa: ming w ith crowds of'humanitt that jostled one 1 IlsI the other in the small compass plotted to them as alue reieivd for liberal stipend paid, ours was free Horn tnese ii iscomioris. rainer wasen gaged at the "Exposition liuilding"' all day and far into the night, .superinteml ing his interests there. As winter approached, Mrs. Elliott but rarely left Ada, for she saw, what nc, to Grangers was plain, that the lit- Uon- , 1 h,c fto!!,,,w"-r l'.'"n "nst.ltea leb.d was pa-sing awav to bloom in wokj'ook, English, will suihee to m.ti he garden of Paradise I assumed all ?te !h" ,;arcfu1' l';ta.ung hoU.ew,fo ev tl tl the duties ami responsibilities of the housekeeping that the mother and hef child might not be par led during the 1 ist d.ivs of sad, but sweet companion ship. To my f itlier I relegated the col lection of bill-, the payment of dues; keeping strict account of each receipt and every expenditure. One night he returned homo' much catlier than was his wont. His face was ashen pale, and his limbs trembled with excitement, f went with him to his room to try and persuade him to rest, but he silenced my fears of his ill health, assuring ine that all was well with him. Antl then he told me: "Eunice, child. I have seen what at first I thought tho phantom' of a dear old friend to-dav, Twice did 1 s e the familiar features in the surging crowd that swa p! by me. 1 loiloued, scarce c, editing my senses; and at length I found him --Edith's hus haud my 'iM 1'iiend, Cieorge Elliott, Eunice, how cun 1 tell herf "Hut." .'-aid I, when the first surprino xx as pa- t. "hoxv can you explain the mys tery o-f lbs reajipcaran v '. For years he wa mourned as dead." "Ye-; bul he, too. x as rescued bv a good Samaritan of the deep, ami be lieved b s wit.' wi; lust ovv'niM- to tln oliicial stiipitlity cf xvhich I ome . ...ii ioi.4i you. Tim poor xvom in that was hur ried oil' jo tin? Potter's field as soon as the breath h ft her body, xvas. mouths 'ate r, Visinteri cd. and buried beneath 'a mai lle shaft, in o m ge's plot at reen woi.d. M v friend t ll wore mournig for his wife w hen I nu t him to day." ""o. peihaps, alter all some men have wonu n's fancies," said I j Eat In r k i-st d me tenderly "go re- I pan- l .bth for the i!tc tin's. tleorge wad - .inioU-ly. I have told him of h.s hud. he kno a - th it h r stay will :nt he ; io.- io'ig." I hunied t ol" v mv father's wt-l.e-. "!!)fthing of the my I i . It at ! he an' ;c: cat ne, ! the glal reunion must ; l,a v. -1 h a 1 '. I in m v face h r Ad t - min . .1 -wi't v as I !it.!ed. "Si-tir t -he al i a - . a le 1 me . to xv i id the la-t Si--i h gi I lews," sa: 1 -he, faintly. "I ! u., daiiing, gt...d. xery, xtrv C o . - ' - W; '.mi T.l! u i' ; i . ' h.-i bi .nil le r. I -troki d EmI, ii m I -h i n i in naiio- a- I au :..xi'..l, ' ; - my d ii ling, in a little wi: ! A r-- ou -t r ng i iioiigh to listen . t i .:! -l.e y t.i-t i "i- x.-" lagtrlv answered the .hi'.d. ' "U th. -,. .i.uEng. inanx years -ago. we xx i I ay -. .u xc tr- -;n e. theie was 'ads and a gotitii man sailing on oiv of ": !: tlx xx hoe xx i u-. t-i'l x at h- thit ;i. m oxer fb,. 'iU.-vw l.L-.. . l. r.) ,o - .r1 :;: v t'."'' ' ":''' "-top! -topi'' cried Edith. ; ' ?'" i i .... o; . .; ,. p, -ib-nce. and con- r ':"E tinned: "A tiny black c ! -ud suddenly V ' ,', u' iro-e in tin- car b.ue sky, a h-irbitigt r ' '. -"'1'"i t!;' xv : s j o:ii..'uing -tT:u : 'but inane "A ' " ' '' '.en- i'h- w i r. ".'ing. a"'-d the pre. :.uis T . 'v l" -u -ni' if - j .--.. on. Ti;e wi:..'l .ro- g '- ':;;:' : iu:ng r..p dly in iuten-itx until it cu,!- " ' :- , "! t:i" nina'ed iu a t lEoos gale 'J'he t:r.y ,'r '-;.! '' K'' .'h' ' f !:ke a le.it on t'te- -to-m ' to h' 'i: cd x a - I'iu:, oh, ci ei n',-' The h '.J- s iv ry M 'l.jH-.t f.-i' '.,, j,;ry ;,,r txv.. he, tr'S .rave ..f !: re. A::. i t!;.- r-ni of t.L jmi' r and cw . And v!.e tra;::-.; !. il i--ir;ng of t:.- w 'md, tin e ' :.' ' -lure s i w ..em". Ani xv h-- n i:et d : her " Eg:;ti,in'- :;..-!: .t up the -e n-, the ;.. tie- a a v . w ?, s:gh::;g un .rtd'.iltv forth" ' :- :.- -tti 1- 'let ha ! got;.- .;..xv"-g d w:i : w w .. re !.'" !i." g" .Ve i c.v.t!. tl." -hep L'!U'..' dc : : : g H i ' ..gs "-t -p! -t-.p! r.ed Editli "Kunn'e. '.'ht x ,t:i- Fir; ng. it x :.. a st'-r:u sg' h a-you have h g .-Ail ci tur - d th .: r 'bi.-d tn-tf nr.- had .and. " ' " 1 t;e j'apt 1 in-x er knew." e hoe 1 the .-...hi. - "I- wiil ig.K-t iitu-- so .p. .ha: mam i..;u .--- md - i ;i---.h m- h i v - ioxLd bun." Sh" I :o;s- i. ar d h- I . . s fas'f Ded htta-a- ;::::.': s urp:e . ...-tj the iic.fr wi.ie.i.iial opeueJ. 1 ! x- n ; k'fO ;x.s;e. AO netd or me to turn, l Knew : : te!t who too thcre, Kllth aSom, tKlll ,eard nothing. "Tell hi,,,, darling." murmured through her tears "that ! vhe heart I gave him vears ago is now as ' -ru! v his as th-n. and h i? when at length : i ath nine-, I "Will "ladlv welt ouie t he .ii .l i. i .. 'jin inai suminon. in" to vu ana to mm. t , ....r .i. .. . r -tranter had drawn n'.-ar to the hnUur. My i;lther stood beside him. "Th- it"ttv va-dit went down, hut hubaud ,n, wif,. wr.n. - j , riti(, 0 :v. ,.lv. Kdith looked at me ke nlv. 'Saved.' IJothf" she echoed. "V.'s! ves: ' Mi.l the h Id. '-Oh, namma. he is here the father T never j iJifw and loved so we'l "' Atid j.ah ! tud exhausted frorn tie- effort, she had ! nad", Ada lay faintinu on the pillow ' a hick was scarcely whiter than her faeo. i Shall I ever forget' lMith's eyes as they pet the loving gae of her hu-band she j ii'! mourned as dead.' Oh, the rapture ' )i nwi meeiiiiu;. aiioeinu u wir. oy j. he drifting aw ay of a little life so near, i j io tlear'to both. , We sat by that bed thioiigh-the whole j )i that night - our Ada's last night on j arth. l ong pa-t midnight she rallied irom her stupor and faimly called: "It grows .so dark -oh, mamma is .his death:"' "My darling, my darling!'' was the :rukcn i ry in response. " h, wife, think how she has s1t tiered ; cioice that all pain will soon fie pa-t.'' "See, ce, how bright it glows. Listen - the sweet musie hush! It tunes nearer - n.-arcr oh the - bright pretty light. Mamma papa--si-tcr the dark is all g ne now.'"' .v ........ j;.-p ."i ..M.i.ii. ;. ii.inoi oi i ;he eyelids, and as the gray light of the 1 V f.ilut- ,l.. f... 1 .,i. .. ..f ;arly mom stole in, there amidst the lowers she loved, Ada lay at rest for :ver. Ytinht t "; .. . g , ( Unozuolan ( nfroo. 1 "What I saw of the i ro. ess of making i toibe, writes W. A. baton to the New J York 7 from Venezuela, requires no elaborate, carefully-considei ed lescri- in me mystery oi now io m ikc a cup u ColTee. Oct your Venezuela cofTce- the fattest, roumlest, heaviest beans roa-t ?nough of them to serve for tiie making of as many large eupfiils as there are to he drinkers. I .oast the beans, do not burn broxvn, do not blacken t hem ; bray I hem while hot in a mortar whh a pestle; do not grind them in any kind of a pat ented or unpatented labor saving and cotTce-spoiling machine whatsoever. Crushing tloes not, and grinding does, cause the coffee to part with some of its aroma. Tie the grains thus crushed to about the size of flaxseed in a bag of thick, white flannel, so thick that. n dirt or dust, if any there be in the cotTee, may escape through the interstices of the cloth Take a plain earthen pot, till it with xvatcr. and set it. on the fire till it is l ot. very hot, and the xwater has hern boi ed a minute or txvo. Throw nut the xvatcr. put in the bag, let the coffee steam a few minutes, ihe lid ot the pot closely fitting, and allowing no e-cape of aroma Carefully lift the cover, pour in boiling water enough to make one-third ot" a cup of colh e for .1. . . C . j. 1 oac l M aisoeci ix e n ri n Kt r jtm i :tne mini i . i-i . i . i . i of a cup tor the pot, Eet the bag of coffee boil three minutes, the lid of the tint si i on. iciiing ine su am est a as . ... i..... .i , i . ... little, as possible. - In three minutes the time it takes to boii an egg tin- coffee is ready. Pour out one-thTrd of this black, strong, hair- lifting essem e, dilute i.' xvith twice the .juantity of boiled milk milk of the Andalu-ian cow ; sweeten it xvith pipe t.m loite.ral ' em e ' t : e ! un s. l "a r it V -t a 1 -. ami you xx iu i e pit pareu to eu ,o tii" delights that excited me to two .tip- and a half that mot n ing .'olm, Hans, .lean luan gave me f.-r th-avum. in the ho' cl ..f l,!,sil ni,iii,irv in 'the sweet vale of l !ll I . 1 1. ( ' ,ra as. !reikfa-t rved in our own ' are r, .'ohn xxaitcl upon us d.ftly rt ri 1 xvith entile conit'o-ure, oinitt ing. how ever, his hab tual custom of cig.uette smoking. An (hlhotlnx ( at. A tlexout le man Catholic: lady of Brooklyn owns a large torn- it t-h it only :: ni. s home tn liiiiinT .'ii Friday, xvhen f",-ll con-t it Utes 1 he - nt !!. mf.l. Whether lie animal lU'Ttitie- h's v it ing nothing at all on the other six d.y- ; the week, or is -o f.'-ndl v attach, d to -h j licit xxh.-n he can't g. t it a h"Ui" he i "HIS to ok Jot it c-' -xvln re. h l- !i- t te n a-rcrtau.ed, but he is ceijainiy aixvavs in the dining to-.m ten mm it's' b. fore th" t -h is pi tri d ou the 'able mi ! Fruity, and on that d iv he t'.nis 0i-- ! - i r tUl'dullV Iri'ttl iv I.-.' at t.U at m iv be n ! er ed ' o hi m. O C" some" ' -id hit ha 1 1 f .'I saved from th'1 pn-v o is d xv as pla. cd b- bee h 'U. . E -rn' it Eke t -h. and he - . ? ii" K ' 1 a:el d t : c n . i ito il.. iilin.i! l? :tiOUt it. At i 1- !:' ' l'i'!"U- ;. ta-!fd it, and fo ir d. p: b.b-v, t!:t f'av rVas , ..t u-"-b w r te-r. -t.!i dl-tru-tf U h '.' r .k the b t' k yard and burn i it a tirn d t" th- din rig r.-'hi En h- I et 1 if - -h-irf : " ' 1 1 e c. i r ' ' . t us s -j. of tlie sh .d. Th- m 1 -Int. k f'-r the trip". to the "oU-e d g. ii .V ' g I: T i V E . b.ei r. o i i. xr.iAii t -:.(" t!:t' .ni" h ib'n:y v;- l e w . , . r a: th. d is Er. ..iv. -' Kn ide of a llohin K -dhrea-. T!i re Wis r pv u!iar u Fi.rk. Einiira, N. Y.. th- Iv in EarK-y :r n-rni:ig. A rob :: redbrea-:, dc- rted by it- fUate, -ught to tirowu it- -'i-'b in d-:ath. Taking a lung string3 whi, h hv hvi pi-, ked up to put into its : -e-r. ht it around a b iugh. the . vg:i i i 9 w to ck and expired. ih .5 ! iF tf a tre nil ile. nr. A i:i ov t !.- r-.i .1 . ,, 1 . . i: curioii.. J:iibnri JjlS- Wyvi IJf; or T lIIlVTf.MK 1 H 1 11 1,1 L N1- !i " 1 1 Liui - -- ' A TRIP TO THK FROZEN NORTH ON A SEALING VES9KL. j : A Sral llnnirr's Outllt-lio Flf rovcipil vviili S'aK- Stan titer in atitl Skinning iho Animals The Newfoundland sea'inij-ficet, on si-t:!:' of a number of Mr-l-p!atr.J steato ers and nuinerous heavy bufit ti!in $ tb have re eitiy taken tin ir departuif f;orsi the leading inland rts for tht- N ml hern ice-floe. As the operations of j the hunt' rs vary little fnunearto ear, ! wiit' ! dsisund Collins in lh- New Vuk 1 " : -;'-' 1 shall tr;ms, ribe fnuu nn notebook a tecoid of an expedition m:id" by mysJfcaa the cold and ghostly 1 t.oes. The captain of the invited me to ' accompany him, and I at on e pro- re. del to epiip tnvsclf with tlie wsuia! sea! hunter's outtit." t his con-bted ol heavy wooh n clothes,s"fil skin top b .ots, the legs being hairv and the feet d'e-ed. Tie se are called "skin" bats by th seal ers. and you wear in tin m -two or three pairs of heavy stockings. I got a gatf, the ehief weapon of the hunter; this ifc a short wooden pole with a teel ppikr in one end. My belt and long sheath knife, called ".-kulping knife'J by the hunters, ami a huge sealing gun com pleted mv outtit. lie'id'.M the regular ships company the sealing crew consisted of over three i hundn d met), all strapping fellow s who i sing in the bittericoni, and pause betore ! . no danger it duty t ails tiiem. i ' :iw..kened in'th earlv .lawn of the fifth day by much bustle and shout ing on deck, and-w hen I put my head up I heard such expressions as these: "Tin re's more swiles (seals) there!" I III llll'UIVl .Mill. II .'.I'.. I . ( bo crawlin witb. 'en,!" Mounting into the cross trees I got a pood view with my held glass. Almost every - xvhere I looked I saw a covey of xvhite- . coat seals. They, were disposed mo-tly in family groups and some of them were engaged in the harmless occupation, ap parently, of sutjking little spurs of ice. Where the enormous congregation of animals got breakfast upon this compact lloe was a puzzle-that I could not solve. When the hunters l?gan to pour out on the ice the sun was ust out; The hunters took with them only their gaff. I took my gaff ami set out. accompanied by a hunter who kindly volunteered to break me in. Round about me every where 1 savr gaffs uplifted and b spend ing, and then a red spot on the blue white' ice. "Over here,'' the hunter said, pointing to a pan or ice cake xvhere half adozen white coats lay basking in the light. As we drew near the old ones be gan to squirm away, but the young one Turned upon 'their backs like puppies, their flippers pointing upward. I had not the heart to strike, hut the hunter's gall came down xvith de adly fort e upon the head of tiich iu turn. He first dis patched those xv ho were trying to escape, then killed the voting ones. ILavin thme this he unsheathed Irs knife, biijQU ding me note his method. Then he opened the animal down the body, cut ting through the heavy coaU-yg ol "blubber," or fat, till he reaufied tht lean; cut it round at the throat! and at j the tail, and then -tripped off the entire j p It. This he did to each in a f-pacf. almost as brief as it takes rue to relate it . i ...i..i i , ........ 1 in. i him mv icii.ici in .11 im pum j soon, and when xve went away, looking ! for another covey, I xvas k en to kill and j "skulp" for myself. The three hundred I and odd men had soon scatt red every when- around the ship within a radius j 'f a mile, and t noon there xvas not a live -( al XX 'thill that space. I he glare ' f.j.m tl... 1... -i w.rr iliifn to tin' till . i-m . . j pr'te ted eye. but sum-of m had -nioked j" g'a-os. My companion r mained xv ith ! me and w. came upon "veral oth r . gfoU ps of aN. liefote I r tUIIK d to th1 ; sh j ;e ip mv gaff was as inerci.e-s ami as sure 1 - , , , ... . i .....i. 4, w anv, and I klied ami "-kulped lor ' . i i . .... i . mv tir-t tiav no je-s man iniccn s.His. At txvo o'clock I xvas "foumlen 1," owing to th" peculiar step one has to adopt xvalking over the supp'ry ice Tl,.. ; Wn.rlniu ..-.rt .-.f ;. v....i hunter's work 'is not tlie slaughter, but clbcting tlieie'.t-. If the ice i, not too t do s", the steamer pn-Ties her xvav from htapto heap but thi- flo xv as so compact about thr. . mih s in from the op. n sen that the hunters h id to tlrag the pcl:. ev-n on th" !lr-t 'lav a di-taiice of ro-arly two miles. I n the evening the re was srarc e y a man xvhose 'hotiidc r xvas not bleeding i fr.'-m the strain of th" tow-rope. We t, scovc red tie- n-xt clay th it there xv ere . tie r veels in the flop, ami this made it r;c cessarv tr. put a miniature flag with our ship con over each ot our ii' a ; s oj p. i s ; ..i' ... . t xx er" not tit agg'- i to i i . he -hip I think -we were d-out a xv. k iu9h- t-i'i' w,.en the apt t;n antio'int -d th.t if we nil our ret- on iMa. di i'd b h ad" I. Ib hal tak-n atae if. 1 found 'lilt about tweutv-eight th'.U - a d i!-hal ! e.-;i kih-ed t.y our gaffs, huiing the next w- ck tie- liurgers were e:up!ox' d n'ir.'.v in dragging the Its to the -Li.. When at last (i.;r -,;p was lov'l d T'TV h'-art was glad, but there w.- gm x ' .- ,":, r in aw ing and le-pp;'ng 'oetvT" the. shit- toul'l Il.oX c NeV'TftiC- :hree xv.exs aftt r our entry ... xv . were again in the op"r. stro. I he men xvere otuige.i :n the hold, th-u' cl- ... i e.-:. on lt,f ne:!-. . . n g and b..i. f ts o iKcl W it!; teti oil. ih To add to tli- :n- c r. vt :)' nt", xve iKt mum . .1 . i i . . . e . I ... . ! fv m a wh'-e -rf.oofc-r wu- crU-h'-'I in th - :.- t few miis awrtv. Ab -tit a third of the va'u of a cargo of s'-aU g . s to th Luntt r. the owners of the ship getting' the tt-iaaixidrr. Ou: cargj . p. its would fet h abo ;t r2o,.t . Nurni-,:- of men arourjd the coast de .e:vi u'p-va tho &nr:r.g i'-al catch for !.;-: a i.: :hv:r ) car's taraic-j:. ?.- i . t ; . Senator aoi I -3 o:.c'.- v.c-.-t' bora ia lUi rute which i they rtpre-scr.:, THE OLD AND NEW. 0M radiant faoest art th Nvst, IkiKfrcr ro.! th nw, The first haa smil?t and st ood the trt Of many yvirs review. OM voicts yiM tho richest ns;. Though dark th e!on.ls aliT, Thir f-hoiiv-s am fw,-y.t and lro-r With changeless n.t of love. Old lips thrill with ja nionotort, M hearts h.iv svi ly lats, Thir fashioning was'in th. ?en t 'f ttaith, aivl not li i!s. (Md eyes ploxr with a stea.1v li;ht When new o -s turn away. Old hand- rvnt'n' their youthful might In sorrow's dsrkest day. Fh I will rliriR to friendships oM, And stand always for rifcht. Inconstant heart an nver hoi I A s!ace for life's nicht. ' - : ' 'rr, I f i t'irjintrtl. II I'M OK OF THE IY. Ancient Greece old butter. Musical circles Whole note. lluther3 are great hands to "cut up. A ith the horsema!,'life is but a apart An unpopular bill sticker Tho mo cjuito. Hungerand a thrashing make many boy boiler, J'.cfore arithmetic was invented people multiplied on the face of th" earth. "In the swim"' of society the codfish aristocracy should be able to hold their own. No matter how high an awning may b suspended, it is only a shade" alovc the street. The -saddest worths of tongue of pen "There's too many women and not enough men !" In a EcndviTjo church there is tU'ijJ notice: "IMeaW do not shoot the organ ist; he is doing his best." It is stated upon reliable authority that the teacher with a glass eye has at least one refractory pupil. - TiJ-Hif- ' Soulful Youth ( languidly )-- "ho you, sing 'Forever and Fotcver:" She (prac tically) "No, I stop for meals.'- - Young Man "Will you give assent to my marriage xvith your daughter, sir?" Old Man (firmly i "No, sir; not a cent." Petrified human beings are very com mon among the heathen, for when they worship an idol they generally turn to stone. -i'tihj. Can anybody explain why as-uo4tle of catsup, when it explodes on the table, will sprinkle everything in the room ex cept the meat.' (7ug '" if.' "Don't call inn 'ducky,' John," said a fat brid to her husband. "It's too sug gestive.'' "Why. piceioos:'' 'because ducks always xv add l.e, you knoxv."' Intellectual t ombativenf ss manifests itself in tlie human rate very early. Children begin to "ah, goo-' before they can fairly talk. 'nin,i i.d .ir.' tiT. i he reporter xvho wrote up tho exhib its at a fair ami d e-c 1 1 1 it d a locomotive, madeof candied peaches a- "tooty fruity" is at present uncmploxtd. .''" ''rat- A law vt r b ing asktd what a ontin gent f e xa, -aid: "If I bring a uit for ou and lo-e the ase I g t nothing;) if I xvin the suit vou g' t nothing." .ir Y-rk. .V-t-t. Servant "The edstr'ss f-ays, mum, that she i"i not at Iwni1'. ho ha!l I nw .'lilei d ( alier 'V'i'i mav six that a lady ta'b l xxho dnlu't bring her name."-- n a summer' im rning t.ur bttla I. ilbe xxas walking xxith'E.r aunt nnt discovered a spide web. She w.n ile- I . . .1. ... 1 ... 1 .... I ..... I I I t ... I,.ri.ia . i a h tmuiot k for bug-. ' .' n A to- . . H ' i . "Porter, have ou bint- to lo some thing for me ." "Yes, -ir. what hll it be:" "Bring mv trunk from the ! b t.t " ' Ex u-e in", -ir. but my fcp'ialf it s are love btt. r- and hAiu'" j Fl";f'- ''''. J A lady xx r t ing on k i,-iug s y thnt j kiss on the for. h-a-l .bm.fe- tvrfice , f..r the infc die. t. sh- d n't ty b-it n k is on t 1m: ba-'k of t h- m . k ss a proof j that the young woman d.dn t hold tilL j Vtai r.il . ! , l. -,,!,.,. , wio has an im "u -f ..oftf)! mark' In bv Mr. tn te art it b'-fidy iM ioflfr n-t.,..." Karl h--r i-T.i,t- fnt ,.uitor, .h' 'Iheu." may L-j iv fc,.;Ted and a for m. I ha!l t on tent with the ret. Pa'seng" r . e-te-n railroad "How l-Tig Will We top Ht the r-t tion for iuu' h. "n Iu- t r ; ondurtor "1 lunr.i v. 1 te . graph, i ahd .for a fr.-l rhi- k!:, r-nl A itS rejdy ' wh'-ti weg t tie xa e w j n't Stop rnore'rl t-u frunu'--'' Jf !' ' ',x ivii -"Y'"i ve 'toir g Fright ai3 happy thi- rnomiEg, hutnb v." hum lev .-"Ye. I'm '-ut ol debt at U.t. Everv bi t I owd w;tv outi t-xe l T,e!er I day. " I t"h you. Frown, i riian f eU like a man when he - : pnr: xvith thJ wrid." A .." d .e, I andU iy to appl: ar.! for hoard "Havevouany t h .dru n. idituS ' Ap pb. ant "So ' lanlladv "Vcm are fort 'mate, for we lever take fasrnb i wh i Lave h dren ' App .c int TIlave you i any rhh'lrei; r" Fandivdy "Yes, two. i Appht ant " W di. you are unfor'unate, for we nexr board with Eimhri whx ; have c k'ddren." AV'f Yvrk i,'t. $ "Yer. sinee" I'm a elf made rain; I and I dn't wbh yoa to forget it. Mr. Filkin a sed-made man. s.r !"' "Ah, ia deell" f.-plied Fidkis. "I'm really very ' glad to Lear it, Sir. IFjines ho you kcow, I altrvayg th'itijjbt tti'ere was lorue : thiag ams.tturlih about tou, ecdI t cow T.hv it i.. 1 dida t i;ice to :ma j that voa" were ft product cf ottart,"- I Uarptr't DuQ7.