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"San Jiy 818. HI FFSHORQ, X. C. SATURDAY, Jl'LY 11. ISSS. NKW SFRIFS--YOL. . NO :'.!. It II- P MP 1 WI LIGHT. T v ougb silent air, o'er mil's oa miles or i , N- '"'in 1 is heard. "Where to th- f , s plain th waning day i lu p -i n her latest wot 1. i:.-v ii tli" iliin wil land sep-nn, the K i-.-.-s til" ,-ho e, "NV 1 !-- - tin! wax ej-hut. nf iv m-rlH fretfu .Va. To.-dng t.h- i -.A (' i.i'if, AI;. n t- the fj'rn wl-i n I .-' k into the blot W inii is !iik home. ' -r I' )! i-r rn.tr 1 1 if film- undying hue du-k l.f.v, ! 'K p'riiu o'er h'-nven's doine. v phantoms hi e l of earth" darl " c attl" Ii' t h"y Wil !' V !. now content t So n 'Mi a , 1 1:.- i ai !h and sly. hearts hlial at the lfin-i. is, it into ft ' i!nl. Ah, v ttv our r-v-r nt. l" know 'Hi s--r t earth ha- foiinjj' Mori- ( ! oii-'it the hurt h'-it'-d stillness cr i"s 'I han i' 'ini'ls at n um. And i!- p iun brown of laml and blue iM-s. Soft, with lli. rising moon, Fevcnl nt last tho tcn.l.T bond that binds i eat Nat in o's w hole, A f -h 1 1 lit through life's eager day love findi Hon I boim I at last to soil. Thou ,,,f. not speak, who blandest at mj s.. . ; A t waning of t lie il l v. Wi ic we li;iv' often Avatch'-.l Ibo everitih Meal into niy -t.ii' gray. but yet. tliouli thou art dumb, I hear thy spi h, ,. I I i v lie.irf I h"ar. That sidicelv in th' dotibloiH day could r. a.-h - I lllo tn V iltrif. !)m e.lr, Aii'lsweet'-r wnr.U thin all 1 1 1 3 wonls know - Thy siliii't li iiij;-;. Ho let t he si leri'-e to thi- uniiTmir low Mif Mil 1 -4 niv sj l it sins. Mrs. ('oinins Ctriin lltirtr's HVitA?'. ani he askcrl his visitor for his creden- ! The man in black iroilucnl a lettrr of recommendation from a Spanish otricer of hih rank in Cuba. "Si you h.W! not been on in this country;'' remarked the "onfedtrate. "Ten days. I slipped through th" blockad' rs, landed in Florida and then nine here. ' ) Ftirther conversation did not cau-e him to -ay anything tl:at w inconist rnt with his liist account of himself. In the coure of half an hour Ma:or Dal ton' was ready to admit he was in th" presence of a man of Ruperior intellect, and one who doubtless was master of his profesu;m The interview resulted in the enae ment of i'ellico, and oil the following morning lie went to work. From the very outset the m m in black j pave perfect satisfaction, but he made no I friends. The men called him "Mr. Mid night, v and the oflh ers quietly agreed I among thcmselve-i that lie wa a my-iery, j very useful, no doubt, but a disagreeable Cfmpanion. j Jt did not takejong to niake the dis covery that the Italian's bombs and tor- , hed him,' said theCorpora! , A FAMOUS FISH MAR . 4an'l took all those .shiny pills away- j 7n. r WISH HOIIHS. from him. How did that iret there: I I wonder, and what in the mischief h it ; WHERE MILLIONS OF POUNDS OF ' anyhow 1 j ; Tiie ommander of the post, the Fro- vo-t-Marsha! and Ma, "or Palton showed ' little surprise when they heard of Felli- j I eo's death. The orporal, however,! ! heard the Provost-Marshal speaking in ! . an undertone to the Major. j ! " YVhat did vou do with the other i pellets? '' he said" j "I rode out to the river and thewthem ! in," answered the Major. 'All right."' responded the marshal but I don't think ihat our consciences will ever hurt u for uur jwirt in it." 1 Lonir yeari afterwards a gray-haired t 'onfedei at veteran mentioned some of the facts of the case to a circle of inter ested listeners. 'And who was Fellico?" some otic asked. " I have always thought he was Satan,'1 replied the veteran. "Did the Major really kill him?" in- peiloes were the best that haul ever .been j quired a lady.? made. The veteran shut one eye and twisted One nifdit Fellico tiaid nnntlier visit to i hi- moiNt telle SEA FOOD ARE SOLD. IViisy Scenes Arounil Olt Fulton Market The Fishing Grounds Wheiu e Is Drawn the I i n iVy-P-e y. In a building two storie hiuh au-cT oc cupying about"'2(i feet of the dock front of the Fast Fiver, between Feekmau street pier and Fulton Ftirv lip, is done i most of the wholoal'ing of fresh jih of th s metropolis. Abo-it a core of lir.'ns Ti,;a v ' . ft I ' 1 lt me interior spices, ami on tneir this has been a strange piece of bust- . - , ness from tirt to last IT 'ffii US always We had better not talk attotrk that. '' he said, "but you may ret icpiej that if he tlid kill the wretch he has never regretted it." AtUtntu VoL&titutijit. Ktiqiiotte in Yucatan. In painting ladies in Yucatan, writes Fannie J5. Ward to the Philadelphia AV- they still observe the Spanish Wi the office of Major f)alton. "Major,"' said he, after some talk about 1 powder, gun cottonj Creek tire and other j matters, "the main object of our ;e ; plosives is to de-troy the enemy-!' j "I m, well, yes, to a certain extent," ! replied the gallant Confederate. j "Wh it do you think, ihen, of a bomb that is capable of doing a hundredfold I more damage than any now in use?" f I "It would be a big thing." ! "Well," continued I'ellico, "I have ! invented it. I have a chemical coin- ' pound that can be projected into the i ii: this nait of the world adds B. S. M enemy's lines through the medium of a ; meaning: "D' so sus raanos" (1 kiss -liell, atnl when the shell bursts a deadly j your hands''). The Spanish-American, vapor spreads over an area of 10) yards, j like his Latin brethren across the f-ca, killing every living thing. One shell is ; talks quite as much witji his hands and capable of killing an entire recfiment." ! eyes as with his tongue, and shrugs his "Man al ve," exclaimed tin; Major, j shoulders as frequently as a Frenchman, "that would l.e murder:" - j One of the prettiest of the many gestures "And what'is war.'" asked Fellico ir ; in general use here is called the beso his low, soft voice. Tin- sub ect did not dron there. Th 111:14 in black had so mu-h to say nlui ; group, torching the tips, ttyen throwing Decision is the soul f dispal. h. It is belted to do well than to well. i.et not your tongue cut your 1 tiro.it. An enemy is a ti ich r who cost: nytaini:. An investment in knowledge pays the i e-t intenst. F.very noble life leavevthe tiber inter woven forever in the work of the world. A crowd is not company, and taces are but a gallery of pictur. s w lit re there is no love. - The iii.uryof jirodigality lead? to this, that he who will not economize will have tff-. agonize. 'eiitjeinan is a term which docs not apply to any station, but to the heast and the feelings in every station. ; Forbearance atd self contri'l sninoth , the road of life, and open many' ways whicli would o:Iieiui.e remain clod. I.i:c is a reckoning we cannot make : twi cover. You cannot mend a wriee j subttaetion by doing your addition x iu'io. j The natural elTect of iidelity.t iemencv, ; kindne-s in governors, i peat t good j will, order, and cstee:itJ;i thepaitot the 1 governed. ' It was a very proper answer to him who : asked why any man should be delighted ' with beauty, that it was ; (juration that j none but a blind man should ask. THE ISQYIIOF .UMAlci. DOMESTIC ECONOMY IN THE CAPI TAL ISLE OF THE WEST INDIES Dwelling Without Chimney or 1 iret.t . I'lU'rnlii w nt lltMi KMjin lolih il I'l.iois The iu itc ,.f .Fiju.iit a surprised me, "iya wii'Vi'i t!e- .-w 'rk f''r , to- tlee:uU 'very ). : in -th- Mtn, it o t'l it ii! th benches are to be found specimens of all the seasonable food dish at any j articular season of the year. Indeed, it isth'dr ptide THid boast that betw een January 1 at five minntes past twelve . m. and December ;ll at midnight, every one d the FoiM") species of tlie food prized den izens of the deep are to le seen exhibited eitherjin sample lots or wholesale quan tities. "I be rear of tlJtj squatty building .looks out ipon the th ats rising with the tide to within a yard of the flouring of the ground s'ory. Once or twice a wek the em lostd dock is crowtled with ti-h-ing smacks, of fifty tons but den. or less, discharging cargoes of cod, halibut, had dock, bluefish and other tinny prey., wliicli are landed ujion the floats and ; lifted bv block and tackle into the ware rooms above. The scene is then lively indeed, for the fishermen are as anxious to turn their last catch into currency as and be oil on another predaecous voyage 1 Men are not so ungrateful as they aie as the merchants are to keep their dis- said to bo. If they are often complained play shambles and ice Ik es lull ol the 1 ot, u generally liapp- 11s toat the bene- iv tlu; . ,. y-iud sea breer th- lier-n.-'nietcr rare ly ! ies e ii'ii tv 'J.e d g't'e- some- t snc- in th" inter - fa sinking as low as avty -i'v'. It !;r: h ic-e'inliio- the -ut'.um -r eliniaU' of rnni. though in ah Jaii.T to, u'i.ls (net 1 duo a d- th l:ic it matic fever lainv s, a,e through the "a -,-ldcs of the lot 111 a ! w he 1 lui'.arvi ar.d ternt'le rheu . hi li 'tv a;N. In the th" d:)o-.!u- ji.airs in tisic, t ur.K h the are oriisein aliv built. I ar iy C : form: "At your Icet." to which figure rarest, freshest and most sought after ! factor claims more than lie has given. ! d of. speech the correct response is : "I kiss 1 the hand to you.' In closing an ordinary letter of business or friendship everybody food fishes. Owners and helpers diki know no rest during those periods ol in cessant activity, hike newspaper men, they turn night into day, abo reversing that act, which is going ths Bohemians one better. IN THE t ISH MAKKKT. The interior of the fish market is place the casual visitor sees with interest just once. Novelty is heaped up on every ; good. bench ami sticking out of every box, but j We seem to have four kinds of people to see it one ought to be equipped with I .those who ai e moving forward., those soplando, throwing kisses by gathering j the rubber boots and smock-frocks of t who are on the move back, tho-e who Til P II V IV III I iwr I 1 1 1 j MAi l lh:ltIV. hi was o great, that not :i u.efoi'tiinatc man could Ik Major Dalton was in trouble. lie hat been detailed and '.seutto one of tht large-t inland cities in tlie Confederacy to siiiei intend the -manufacture of bomb? ami toi peiloes. r.very thing moyetl along satisfactorily until the Jjcnnst count cted with tht works m ule a reckless experiment our day, ami blew hinwlf up. The force ol the ci '! 1 of found 1 woiildti't h iyemindod it so much,' said the ,ijor to his Iriind, the provosi ma!sh..l, '-il' t!ie fellow Jiadti't carried oil .1 lot. of valuable pajiers with, him. lie knew lots of chemical secrets, and ht had his formulas written out. iind they were in his poi l.i t w hen he left." "5 o-i m;::';t at i vert i-", " suggesteil tht pl'to-t 111 1i-h.1l. ' ticod idea,'' lcpiiei! the Mjiyer; "I'll do it . "' The next moi ii"ig tliecitv piper1 con taii.td a -lmit ad 1 1 1 ii nient . stating t hut a Im.s! t 1 1 - - die mist .mid serine em io in, nt, w:ili a good salary, at the ( i o v e 1 ) . 1 . t c ; 1 1 w o !x . At thai tune tie re w re verv few idle hm;-ts in ti,,. 1 -,,.,(, d. ra y, and after waitie- sevi ra! ti its the .Major I cgan to think .that ' he w .tiM hae'to sCI1tl to b ich in mi. I for ,1 ma n. 'on- night, wdien he. was' al ne in Irs oflit e. he t o;n:;H need a li tier to the St e retai . f ,ir. lie had - iut 'penned a request tor the Jmiiicdiate tl"tail of an f Oe, his invnition that the Major found him self deeply interested. .'This iittle thing,"' said Fellico, ex hibiting something that looked likea pill covered with tin foil, "would kill a houst full of people." "It is hard to believe." "Let in" convince you," urged tht chemist. "If you will walk- a vipiart w ith me I will show you something." The Ma'or ob.ected, but the ltaliar assured him that his intended victim w ere several hogs in the rear of the cdi lice. thm out like a fan, at the same time blowing in the hand as it is outstretched toward the person for whom the demon stration is intended, thus signifying that five kisses are given at once. Gentlemen manifest their appreciation of female beauty by gazing intently into the faces of the ladies, whether in the street, in church or at the opera. This custom, which -ylscwhere would be resented as an impertinence, is here accepted as it is meant merely as a flattering tribute to a fair one's charms. lietwecn acts of the opera men rise to their leet, . a&d, When they teached the place the j with leveled glasses, pay admiring tightly. The books ri the table llstc.H. olte's shoe, become t ov !-d with mildew, and kid" gloves aie sown too spotted to wear, un it so l-.t pt. in a t loselv st..pp. r d bottle. The (souse- are without means of being v..u::i. I i i any way,-as they aie built w ithoiit t himni v-, or I rcphi' cs. This is a general run .s '. i-o-.i h I btdtt ve in the j ad-ii if t. Vin.t-'s n tin- iieith sole of the Islmd, whe-e tie i" is a eoo.J deal of rainlali, ' -ome few In uses :uc budt with a chimney, and one room has a fireplace. The Kitchen, whih i- always an out side t abin, iii;::iis a tlniiiaey: an e'.evatt d sort of rantre or hob is built out into the floor, mi which the cooking is one, somt times bv means t f hHrt oal. but oftcniT with l-tu-liw'ood ami smaller sticks, the smoke c.-capieg through a huh' in the roof. There is generally an old fashioned brick ovt n outside for baking bread, hut it is seldom used, as few families now bake their own bread. 'I hey buy it if near or iu a village f.ioni v. baker's cart which makes its 4tuds iu 1 1 1- country from the nearest store where it can be procured fr--h twice a week. Many households do without the article alto gether, or onlv get enough to serve with 'early morning rot'ee," a small bit of toast beui': put w:th eat h cup. They USe in iis o.aie Sollie of the substitutes which are eht-sed under the one generic term "bread kind." I he-e t onsi-t of boiled or baked yarn, roa-tt d breadfruit, potttofs, rice, cooked unripe plantains, "bammee" antl "t:.e;n a cakes." both of trains arrive at ami th rart from cities i w Inch aie breads made from the grated 01 villages it is rather a queer thing to j manioc mot from which tapioca is also see, between the depots ami limits of all prepared. municipalities, a man on horseback pre-i heat is not inised in .Jamaica, and th'-'prne of the liupoit' ti flour ot a very ordinary gtadc is lout teen dollars per bar. el. o w in g t o the lavages of inflects ami mould it keeps badly. The meals are auanged a- in Frame, earlv coffee Hath any wronged thee? He bravely ! revenged ; slight it, and the work is be- ; gun; forgive it, and it is finished. Ib is below himself that is not above an iu- ! jury. j Fenevolein e is a duty. He who fre- quently practices it, and sees his bciievo- ; lent intentions realized, at length comes ; ready to lotehini to whom he has done, i Cuban Hallways. liailway traveling in Cuba has some very curious a'spects. For instance, when ceding the engine. No tram may arrive or depart more rapidly than the speed of this tourier, who announces his own and the train's coming by tremendous In bow ings ami hallooings. Sometimes he i? found the hogs quietly snoozing in lence corner. homage to those dark eyed senoritas whose beauty may have attracted them. son ii' "I llc:ir "bu k new -TV ' 1 1 I the d a in. ! tn t. w hen he bet ame i i.e 'ii-s' in c of anot her oei - 1 i Mil. ! i : n l . and I il dn't hear ! in; Va and in r 1 n : i m m lb" s ami in, tea. mt co'itra-ted sti;lng iv w itJi los pa!,- ! ,, ( and w Icttj hands. M.'.-T i'.-.poii noted tlu'se ie,nts.' In athhtion t :ik attue :he nun's hnii in 1 eves wi u'o! t ho -an c sombre hade. i.e een wo'a bla.'k watch tha n, a p-.i;- of b:.t k rjitt,med eyeglasses ami . b! t, iv ti ring. ' "is I I ' 1 " ::ae a s'mirp h ok at his visum--, fa, c. but it d ad whi'.i . ness was-' as e p' i-sion f-s a; ;t mak. "Ah 'u !" c at u i a! in 1 the .i or. "I inii-t in'.iotliiee myst-lt," sijdthe stranger stepping forward. "My name is I t Uito. ;,m .i t In ir.'st, and I aiti fannliu w:th th njanubti ti.ie of e: ploi es. 1 -iw tu ad ertist nit lit and dot ided to o:!'" inv st rvut s '" aid she Major at for wan is, j id l.'.-i my t'i sfi , raw 1, ami I I . : 1 1 n 'g w as up. - j. lt -e!t d around in his chair standing iu t insub' -tht . . . . i i ( larger was Mil a Then they retired fifty yards or so, I Then the pretty language ' of the fan ami I cllit o "blew his little idl through 8 j conies into play, ami the well-pleased lioilow cane. "Wait thiee minutes,"?, he said. At tho expiration of that time the two ; approached the fence (timer. j Four large hogs lay stretched out on tho ground. It required only a glance to see that they were all dead. j "Now," said the chtmist, as thej ! walked away, "this experiment is on a i very small scale, but you ,!ean form an j idea from what you have seen." "It is astonishing," commented tht I Major. "Nothing to what I have done," said; the man in black. "In Cuba I took r . sling ami threw a ball of that stuff as 1 ig as my fist into a village. The next j mojnissg it was found that ail the in ! habitants, some ;'00 tr 4 no, were dead, j Feople outside supposed it was smiu ; mysterious epidemic, but it was not." Major Falton drew himself aloof from his companion. "An 1 vou killed those innocent people lor nothing.'" he asked indig nantly. "In the interests of -science, . my de u Major, besides they were native Cubans. I won d not have treated genuine Span lattls that way.'' The Mator pulled his moustache ami walked on in silcm e for a few minute-. "What do you propose.' after soni" ret ta tion. maidens carry away blissful memories of gall nit knights and "eyes that spake again." In ascending a stairway the lady always takes the gentlemen's arm, as at the north ; but in descending he, to avoid accidents, always goes a step or to ahead, holding her firmly by the hand, with as much solicitude as if she was at invalid or a cripple. The same tareful attention is offered to the veriest Granger as naturally as, and with' far more regularity ami promptitude, our own countrymen show in relinquishing a seat in a crowded car to one of the weaker sex. On leaving a house after having made a friendly call the saluta tiou with bow at f th of ' f'll ri s'1 am! "df. ils," vegetables and ice, el Kind, the next meal, at s; ti" lock, with fruit. I Mum a is This in a mark-pd deen sea fi-diinf is done further iiecLjust as long as one may he in sight, j jown the coast than the banks . oil and instead ot finding anything tedious ; lontauk Foint. and weans mie in tins long-drawn-out ei vilit v, one feels a if he had been trans- rtcd ba k to the days of chivalry. The Accomplished' Folice of Hrazil. The streets of Carthagena, says a writer in the .F, ). Mt ;-i:in-; are, a in other Spanish-Am-riean cities, t:arn?d j scaly after the -amis, ba' t leiieuls ami iam'sis g ne:-a!s. but the houses are not ntini ncrcd, and it is di hcult for a str;ing.cr he asked, to find one that he haopens to want to visit. Th" j 'it e tlo dutv only at night. me men wno maae tneir living mere. are siauding --tiil, and those win ar After the work of unloading the fish the i going to start in some direction soon. most obvious duty is to put them in the way of lasting fresh as long as possible. ami ice is the only preservative agent. V Ihc heaviest wprk ol the helpers is de voted to comminuting huge blocks of ice, and the flying fragments make the floors fairly awash with a chilling mixture of slush, into which are often trodden such small fish as slip off the huge shovels iu which they ar transferred, first to the weighing scoop and theace to the boxes, in which they are packed with alternat ing layeTs of cracked ice. Men are trundling truck loads, barrels and boxes rif tUh !lomr ihe narrow linssairewa vs The, little dens that serve as counting provided with a sort of trunijiet. w idt h j in your bedroom at d : at b-ven A. M. rooms are crowded xvith buyers, and! he sounds lugubriously. The railroads ! "see.-n.d bio ikfaM," and at which there hiM'i. nai L-ncn, f ice buried fish hit be- i aie pearlv all of narrow guag", and i is no tea or coffee, ctudstii-if rim i pally ing loaded upon the army of drays and ' freight ami passenger tars are little ami trucks that crowd the delivery entrances j low. Not long ago iiban engineers ftcr out into the street " ! were neat l v ;il l Americans ami na t ive"! AWHKHK TH K FISH AUK CArc.HT. I f:,!'l,lUS "'" 1 !,'S WaS !l!s ' ,r,,(' oi i mi'al "f rV Uil ' ',UrM'. ' Comparatively few of the sea fish now . 's-'neers on the sugar plant:: t ion.. : comehi smacks owned ami run out of j 'J h"' . "nitative. ; this inJrt. In fact, onlv fifty craft hail S and they are a!oi e now in charge I he. from NXw- York and have "their brief j nlunrry attests that. It is dingy, home-coming' after landing their catch ! ruy. ha f-ruine.l. . ! here. This number is somewhai in-!. Hh-(ulmn engineer ha.nbes his tr.gn.e ( creased when the opening of spring ! m il "Wttant hvsten. a s0rt of w ay. Ik; ood enterprise to meet- the i "-' ne calls upon everyiKny wiinm ieau and, in c-nnp!cte tlesperat im, "talks it! all over," runs away altogcn r or om: : ' nuts suiculc from sheer frit' it. The railway station-, are all walled. ! about as high as a foUres, .and freight 1 : is handled in the yards an I tr-ti-sferred muc h as a low er Mississippi I . i vcr 'cam- , i boat is "wooded" by negro roustabout I i who "shanty" wit'u dismd songs, or by ' ' i. ;.a.iU 1....1 ....,-t .-!!, fi.. ;.- sh?jre are mo-t attractive just now. j "il " " " " I" ; ' Thence are drawn chiefly the supply of i tnres.p:- oarrefom-: o-, so , om-m.n to the i i i.i... i. ,..i t.i:v. r... 4i... . streets o! Havana. cou, nation1 is. ami ii.iiioiil I'm 1 1 1 v . .pi, crn half of North America. Th re als- a "pep w inding makes it good enterprise to schools of fish as they make their way northward from tropical wateis, halting briefly at the various "banks" that skirt i our seaeoast from the ( arolmas to ir en- land, .lust now, however, the fish have little the hand, the oft-repeated j mu(1p pU( h nonliorlv progress that ie "at your feet" arc contin- j marke( deet sea fishing is done fi The fishing grounds off New Fngland's j tuua'lv begin ning w ith the inevitable .lam an a per pot." or t il t a- roup, ami w up w ith tb-h' 1'ius pi!ie :ppa st oranges or III til g oes. Alter dinner, t offee is servjti in tin- drawing room, and some few Fng iish families k' p up t he c u-tom of af tctiio n ft a. one (jf the di " fulti' - of ho'iek( eping In re lies in the dairy, for it is bird to procure good milk and i-ut't r. The t ows usually go dry ,u the 'bought, wliii h are sui e to r im- with theieturn f tin- dry anl they tl.n have iisonrie So go it'- or conden-el milk. F'.cri with a" g'-o'l la n y t h af '-efo e of ie or any 1 ae: 1 1 1 l"t k 'pi ng i t ' re ate For c king purpn-fs from An.eina, whicli anot hi r t rouble butte There about ( are eami-ht vast ouantlties of mackerel. herring sea bass, cols, etc. New Vrirk. ! ohices arc close. yo, tn 1i:ivp 1 00 i vessels harvest i n f this l ir,,1!'' ' tr;l'n .'V'IV'-'- - - - vessels md thin 1 Fro. Mv rh nie is a big one," replied Fel A few little pellets thrown intc thejirselves 'oral, come lure!" verc-i spot in ? " r " lie spok with a siig! -i t . :. Ma . r. "Ita l in. "1 be, ng sis.- ami govern-:.. .'ll't ii he had a ot!ite. ' Hut. "how ti i "I I-.-- CO, Co ; r poiutt 1 1 s "I'm: " '!.. ' ' ') ot gro,v!e- "Not was the If r.ijc d'y." in a musical voice, : -o- eign accent, not .In Anu i :i an. "'-sa:d the W i n t br i.r'y n spomled the other: a fain iy of fam :s chem-!.a-. et vol nearly every ; -tf uro;e Ma-t-r nun nil cml that siat i'lm-tl ia ftont of the . r, i yoi V'..l!l' ct U ill . lit t' ;e . I s nt: v. -o.i i :cr brokt t uit. an.grilv ; in:" linn," answered Fili 'W hen your otiice was I walked' in." the guart't .' - d simply passed him U ! t-' . 1 M:i risk of getting fehit," ir yviis no tlanger, ;oi; Il.eu i'1-"t lepiv. ' -"s tuaiiiier iiupre-sed the officer, S I ibbv, Jvdisbury ami A nib-rsonvilie wi ritl us' of all the Vankt e pri-oners and ave tn.ir I lover ntnent no end ot expense Tie n they mu-t c.se mv invention , m th tie d. The .-I'tuicsof Shcrtn ri atttloraril will melt. away i-dore jt. ami a few hun tlted roiet tile- ffr-tl fr-on long rang' guns into New York wd! turn that me. tropolis into a city of the dead. What do. you sav " "Hallo, ( or; the Ma or. Several soldiers ran to the hurrv. "S ie him!" shouted the o beer. ta'st- li:m to th- guajal hou-e. - He is a? entmy, amunbrcr. atHu him-ift be licve. Ib.it, ho 1 on search him." Only some pa;ers and these pill-,' sai l the. t ti ural. c "I'll takethtm. "said the Major. "Now fiUstl-- hin-.ivf to the guard house," The Ma '.or walked with rapid strid"s to the otht t of the t uniram ier of tin post. The provost ni .rshai .xvas- um m uod as a party to the conference, anti other oiheers were alo callcl in Thee Mined lastetl until a very late hour. Never in their whole military ex jHM'ience hid tho dicers been confronted with so serious a ptobhm. When tliey tlispersed the s- ntinel out . sidt- heart 1 one ot them say : "He is a monster, an enemy to th' . xv h. tie If iman race. We cannot ar. e;c. his aidand if we let him go, he mar at any time turn against us ami agnnstcu: people." " I here is but one thing to do," sa d the Ma;t r. The next day the imn iu bin k w.v- I:icirig th- tlav the citizens take care of our policemen are sta ll . tioned a' the four turners of a plaa. t . v er v t' ffeen itvnetes a bell rings, which , a sestie- guard ans of the t it y to bl'w their w hist !--s and hange po?t-. By this system it i- impossible for them to sleep on tii'-ir beds. I hey are armed with !as-o-, and by th- dexterous use of this -ftrm date w, anon th-y pinion the jiiow bu thi'-f when h- is trying to es cape I h'-y also h ive a short bayonet a9 an additional w e ipon. I'orcehiin Shot. Small white gobu!e of j. on .-. in v m ole ni Munit !i. Th- v r-re m td f.. take the p'aec of oid nary Jeai sh.-.t use'-t f"t aning wire and md:c:ne 1 ,.' ' a p irt elain is : ! i 1 y !i e fi: in th'- o: ee of producing lead C'-n'.r.nina! ion,' whii h is f 'en t lie r --ult w h- n ;lir. irv shot is used. -The h tnln--- and i--igi si.rfa e protlii'-ing when haki n, g.-eatei lxr tion, -adapt the p MCeia n sK.t w.-l for ipiickly i 'c a- iug cj;rty aad g-tas-, battles, and as they art- i.t.t a;-p ti upor by acid , r alkalies, almost any iepiid can be used.' A lannrir 3Iagnoiie Oti.ili t ies. larme? i ving sen autiourvi e. stru tv .bv 1 ghtm g A farmer Fviug teu I ;i ert v ouut v. w four year ago. 1 h--u-v iiren' e wdl ie. ie;nembt-Te.i bv manv her-. as it wa- tl ; r- iu-Z the Cuugr-ssit,r.ai Conv v ., . i that tin.e tn- ii.as b et p l ' ntion. siJK,. iar electrical i !'.. io-r:eer a : t meets he Leto.Rt- : Jiighly h i! g-d His tle-h tingh-s and S tinv speks n:e;erh.ttel in myria-Js. I Small i'..rtt .e- of m-til chig to 1 rop. The number engaged at present is much larger, but '.' . they had from B .ston ami other 1 at.,v,s,1',n " rri seaports now. A few years ago the j railroads put on what is known as the ! Centennial train, and more rish arrive by . it each morning in this year of gra-c than come in by smacks. ON MIK 1 ls!l ... liVNI-.s. Fihermen have to run far out to sea in pursuit of the halibut. h;ddot k and t od in paying numbers. Some vessel-, en gaged in such t'shing are ot I'H' tun; burden and go out with stores enough to lait thom five or six. months. They may get th ir "fare," a they call it, Mcncr. but they go out provil"F n-ain-t anv contingency. These fish are taken ai most solely by th" hook. 1 H- y ?h "ith "trawls' lines a mil" or m i" in ' ngrh froirk'' which at six fe-1 interval? hang other lines terminating i i hook. Cork floats are strung along at th- r-;-.uire 1 intervals, and k'-g buoy- cuport the trawb at the two en-Is. Fver . hook i; laitcl wdh a. strap 'f fsh. Twie a day the fishermen in dorit s lift the trawi. taking o'T the fi-h that -i' ho ked and renewing the bai.t. Tt-.e ? she-:i n who forage aro;i"d the ij -tit't banks generally salt tluir a'ch. -mailer v vel go to the nearer bank and return with their atch fresh after two or thrfe i . . days. The hitter c:as- atc.'i io'.tr!. .J:i th ha idock th re t? !i this mark' Hahbu make- the most profit ible ti ing. It is not unustial to - h fi-h weighing two or t'-r-r:" h:n ire 1 pounds. Thev command rive tent a p -und whn freh. and at such figures the he vy t su mount up to respectable prof.t. .V YorL -tpl.i . are aho solll'- odd lb i'i. i ail way travt five mii.u! ; and if '; tf S'-curing a tn kct, one thi: i! t' regular fare is exacted ver whi h y our i-v You afe ailow'ctl to i a-iv fr-i b'x or a med mm-s! , a- va!:s.-: train docs not mak- , ;.edi P anv.vmne. anojg in reeul itions I. Tn ket , bf lore tje- 'f i-.'.is tills 1 . i j . r it ! ' 1 i -first V ! - aU'i i c, ol 1 ':? lie ! If ca-n go! your entire fare lolu-r.uei st.-ns of color" are allo-.v d i ar-. thougti gam'-oot:,-it?id if yoT attt mptcd ti p; at f"rm or to cupy sea', .Vou w otild i'nin- d over. to the guardnit ivii. ride on t r iin br t w e'-n ! ' ; V, t N" td-' ; n t -ek s r;d-- i m t n.t ! ! . he ! A f , o i ; , -1 a ! io : s in most Kufop a w ii h fair seno'rit i-. an i to c-ei- fon e th- fact th ;t As a-e thri e grade ami all a'e mo. p: an. I he tiiiid grad sod i Wood se.-t, i.e '. : n, but the seat- ar i. -si are m r, o t n oA n n ty.ui.-' r IS-'-' on f t- Am t ,r- hav se, art if an- lit: t ' i r , o I and ' F ' . Fl are i th- oe ,:re r:i!" : -fFl.t 1 y f n -. tfi'-rt h- . e T i it! only v r - t Ki th- V U- i Mil y c-'St - t w i nty ti . and corn', m l -. it is strong and For the libit lii. from Holland. pn for the fro a i super. -r k'"en:.g seven ! y fix e . r-"s p. ; Up in -m ill p act ag- . a i'iud to i f ati-.il. it i- u-'i-t! iy h' '. n i ! r s po . ' in e? - r n met i latel v st i ;t k by i'liOf s ; t fiey a-e in I'll ) pound. i,'l i .re. but 1 mw hat rancid, tt-r i- Jmportrl -are 1 tir ssly i j n t r k p. idt it .' po . hoidac in ! 'is en tfii. v li i !.e I - 'if tit Th;s han and to-ts it i-. put !i iu w o ,i- i f h r .bbed t a t-ta'e Jers ir -l )Ut o ' j th- lady in k p ; h s W on; l'!,' t' f 4 ' ' W i-!e d i ' . t ; , t -;n g. of ti . ,g thti ao! -i: ' a ! in i ar ¬ ia and ) r:io- M'l i 1 I. . -1 i ven l 'f' t1 ;i e- ' d o?:r o: i - i of iff tl.fTeo i t- ;n c d '.' tor ;s itrdf urn. J the bt o; b:- : -h t.ik !T.g in c r.j b co - th.t i-p-st man jr.' ss jw. !-f;.:,l o- i v every foa of t-c a soe litar v els. I. !-;n ( ; v i i . of m his j. 1 ve in -. r ' and o:je 'A ; th fo: i ! es .r p m.p- ifidit g Wi?h HI eld t l o, i-i- . S-J" It, if a. id i i. ti. ,1 whr'ftu the parjia:d .jig vte.r p- Is.id, r ,f -,.- i, '1.7. ' i.e a v., ; n ! ; at ' v It I v - ll l . : - . g i i l ' I e.,-,ee, ! ie- a for A ':: .: n?i, l -evrth ads', r t. -;';.. I the v.i'e i ra' g , w o n i ii. .lleWi rs ! V -1 i tii'-r t e i j.r s f I -- Or,' o kt,o-. " i. i - i ; . . I - . - .s . the :'. .;, i ; t bag''-' e gg - . :, t V crg t, r.r.tif 'h w.th 'tie ar:d the unf. r tlo'J Of h ::uo i.-tar.C- - from half it is so oily i i-i with a '' is u.i tuty of the hand-orn' ispuei, re w ax' d ami of p-.!ish wh'f h rcn r o -a t i. a. i s ? h' m w it h-A-s h ! ar- no ATpetg - let ;-e.ke. gr;i. pride in i't '.''I'd order, and In r?n t : a '-'floor . . I, --e - duty it h d : )i r i F o ii :'o'r i . i' r. sn'o tJu n is ot i . i r f'T .e- j .': w o i With a i - f the "tang; i w n. ! n g e I"' -el i.e il I.' ' - je, nf ' o' t ! I . 'io'. i . ' ,T foot r; a- w :i d iTfeeri'iig t Ji' - iuroa I of Hi ts is the well-gg'-r." It is a h t. ;rrows i ii t posping a t-ny h i'cii '. ., Hnii ,rn, '.Is. uiore tsh :-. inff-stcd. i t'iori ifj -r.i 1 , j(or is t'. refore .f a- oil ji posii- ( rnf.trn Rgo Tl. Vi- bb r ae.d trr. I V. -h-'r - "How time do ei-id'-; ijy. it w m ten yeir i 1:.' u'.i : :u st'iot. t y u r .e. : -g . .-:. - s.'is-'-v -s tu' hadn't) foo'.-h and m gm t u storm g it'm r- !lv him i ? through the center,' and the effect i A rc.v table t-rnifn'-nt-itton e ill uminatf-'l by electric light. The dish, hidden from observation at rirat by silver cover and a ni3 of fowers, i$ guddealv revealed with the light &hi: .a- vn xv r. J . . . . foiiti'l dead in the guard house. I side lay a ihred o.' tin foil. . l l - . t . : l t - t i . i rn- ers- wrr.:e .'es v. m -n liL'nr ti i ,r ' " j falldesd iaitantly. -zitarj.at fint. ; eiectriljuig. . A (iron t tig Yarn. :r.:-h.;ig his -!';ry I I in!:--v:.. gratis:. lh;h,:.-:: ",'ijht joi are, old rsaa: a. !ea: :t grew rKe since I heard it lst. V-f JIicn St-xi. l a hx.vr ' w-:st-r - - ' I." oth older and I ; c .vcr hio:irtn, ar.d J .i ' t J 1 ;t' library in thi ll. H. Uaacroft, tho - hii San Traaciico h-rc-f. It cil'ti cf oO.U'iO Toluxel 4 and i valried it .f 200, 000.