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r V J ESTABLISHED IN 1878. HILLSBORO, C. SATURDAY. JTLY 21. 188. NEW SEI11KS--YOL. l. NO 10. "V ' " " " iff S i n i 7 in w Li lb PEMEMBt.R '!i ' " 1 1 m "i dawn imr'ii',i ,. t , mn'.- bright b'-rims; p-r.siv night reposfs m v v ; . 1 m tender dre irn , ' -'rils tie---, t. !:r-n 1 1 a- ; : rt is T,.fTTi,mV ' TV w If-r fri'itr;' p-i ! I'.rie-mb-'r v Vn at h la r a light. "Wh'-n to S'r.(-t f-m a - -L:t, tl.roti-h Ui- r f"' t '.cec r-''itr:n.i TV-member, r-e.n .Vd For nf tht- ? i : n'H. wuh long -.'firs ri TWpuir-iij; h ni Think cf my '-ad Pr, A hp re ;i) i ? t. ( is Iru-, J,orK u my f sh'I bent Fvf-r it '-I ail r'-i'--T i:r. ttc- at P'gbt.- i - rin ' erne) hand 1 is I rokeu i.'i'l m v 'a - it.ii t ha..-; cle cm en- Ti l lla-t'-l hojs Ht'o mire-, th.n'-c "f my ad.eu. are i naught heri love eighty-years I have never heard so exce1- lent a sermon as Tours.' ''Ihank yo'.i," r'tturred Mr. Smith. 'Your kind words are ericourain"" ar.d a Mush suiTued his face. From that time his uiaises were on every hp. People who were noted Sab bath breaker- went to hear him; the prayer meeting had an attendance larger than it hud ever before known, th "sew.ng circle," visually discontinued thr-egh the ht months, wavrtor.m led, and of it h- as the moving spirit. Th" men liked him: the voun w ni. ;- married as well as" single fais i v adoie j him. W ifii rel'eieiKe to the pcntlerpex, he aete'l nn:umsect:y, beirt: courtr-oti' toward a!!, but maniiestitii: no fav.jriti-ra to any ol thn. In a fortnight he w;i jrj':!ar a 5 .-. (-lervihaa ( oui i !e?ire tn " I shou'd like ask a rat favor rf "The only person who has. ever 1 een ! 'pim pn WUrPP OI VFVK'h near me "when I have opened the eufe. iTllA.M'Ll ll Ul .MKIVU. with the cv caption of the oihcials, is the ;' pentleman who substituted for our pis- a JAFANESE CITY. THE IDEAL CP xor mi? snrnmr. ''And how d:4 he happen to be near uampne and the ia!utFade wa in i.n mease sections iHt? n and w. ;?y 1. in-, tut from ina-sev o't tf.(-a-.d n- X t.t:i lvilurti-r iv itself. -Th i-.-r- BARBARIC BEAUTY. ni ru be tov-like in ome f the iu moi: of Tin: n vy. WvaV:. rel hum Th brehivf. I.i.n i -h-u'- Th---' that q-icak Iwlly. "He Game to leave a valuable rin f.;r safe keepir.rr." 'You opened the ?afe in his presence, and he unsuccessfully tried to open it after you ' "le," in astonishment. "DcsctiK-e his . l ersonal appearance." iIr. ('ainnb-dl did so. 1 -de:kaie they :ire- in their bron. e a d The Grandest Shrine n IJarfh-A cuxkery, but" when they attack -r. ;: Hate Gorgeous in Gold and Ilrotue Vh-i r ws,l their. fou? thl ,r Ct i -!' !''i Y.se to tlie Of-ca-i .-n. l i. y m a .zmn:r in uranite fas-hion. and a- a re.-ult we be X ;: wf-:i-; Th- spiial -The Sacred Bridge. A traveler in Japan writes in the'Hart ford (A ;' c nctruicL: his visit to Nikko in this wise. At rive oVioex we tuok jinrikishas and several days j re visions .for here we bade ;rooddv to ' "That; all for the pre-ent," remarked liuronean foods and star;ed cn ihis-.V.ir ' Tnriemfe!-, 1 yinz. My bok n j; J.fjneriii Thou v.ot. not 'Ml I in1 f-r ; VOIJ of :C sa,ci ;he trying j. !:!: s'.ih return fOthA. '.t ! e aus i e:ii'-r : Aified D - TvxpJ. to Mr. anitibeli. caihier hxal bank, a ' oiiiar " of tbp ::'h, as h ' sat in ronvers.-itinn r,ut rver:iji. ' J;o i;ot hesitate to ask anv favor shich it is in iny pow. r to grant,' was' the rep! v. 'It is not exactly the tiling for an humble servant of the. Lord to wear this rin"--extending his shapely white hai.d, whereupon sparkled a large dia- Aiond. 4 It indicates a taste for display that, commendable with the rich, is rep rehensible where the wearer is poor and" tittin for the vocation tlmt is to be mine. I do not w ar it as a matter of display, however, but because it is an heirloom, from which I have been unwilling to The Rev. Mr. henrse'l, paster of the pai t in the s a-on of my din-st need. The people cannot know my mom e in having th orticer Four days elapsed, during which U octectie see.i.td to gie the ea-e no cen ssderation, deyoti.') his t me with this, 'that and thy other one, on any subject except th1 Ir.irdarv. Then he went to Mr. cmpbe'.J. , "Your description,"' he 'aid, "of the gentleman who substituted for vour pastor this summer ta ho'.d massive wotk u'h as ne iee n where- e!e in the world V.en .we arriv.. l . at the totn'o we -as-t-d thrnniih another elaborately ler orat d and etc peered g.ite, the brone doors opened and showe I us t!u' sa rd restinir plac e ot .'span's :;io:i"t t !:ite man. Thi was-b:tua d :n i ni he, r exe-. ation, ia the hili s.!e. ieivd. walled with m . u-rv and shaded bv J o- t v i ma! h Th h h. un Th Tie ; .Jon: ar? f ;-v-j js nt v ' ii' I! !;.. lo.-.el y f'o A -oi To .... v.w Lre;....t, '. .'.I in v mu1. -t fren. J a.tiiu! m d-Jt; 'J'ljeii hai k to r ff'f W.ep v: e t)K roval cellars wbi hi abound everywhere. The tomb - i ; 1'a'ge bri.ti e Kept !i like a' y iindic tl bank fei.e, w ' t u i'tauli fed doors embhionf d in i: UI with the arms and c:e-t f the houri, and a'l e t upon ainai-ivt' gtatnte base. hr fn tit cf it ;cod a l - oe.- in; en1" burner, a brone stoil bro! 1 1 n i. l fv va-- wall i e- : in hi bteU.e hte ; lit an oiants. 1 niE SruSTITL'TK. the look oj visilile that irst J"Oi u-ty, brookvid.-, cnt- ed his ioiie one afternoon in July vsith an ex- ues-ion u on he euujiten.iiice h unlike warines e.uerally there ii-s w,lc, noticin;; it, iu- iuire "What has occur! ed that has alforded you such evident urathieation :" "t know that I was Widiiu:;- that I might have a temporary leiiet' from my caies, but wa uuAii!;ng to take' a vaca tion beeai-e.dmy belief t'uat u chinch thould, ever; for iU:e u to! a v. ! without pr'1;!' h;nu .'" "Ves, and I know that you out- it to your people, not. less than to yourself, to rest lrom oi:r habois; ;,' do n you could aei.-omplidi muc-h more. Uave you ei iileihto go away lor :i sei-onr" "Leu. I that." he n pd-.d, j assing a letter to his w ;fe She unfol b d the mis.dve, whose con-ient.-'we! e : - ' - . :'. Y.Julv i l, is-. 1)F.R rti;OTHi:K l'...i ri o'l will I e Burpi i-e.l at hearing lnnn v,;ir loi iner e a.-. mate ,n Ainlovwr, l.f v,..ei v hum ami yum f.Oif fti'lf Ilt'Ver .(.,.;) HMVio; re -.p. ,n 1 !) v h'.it a (.". A(.r,is v. i! r'-;'.!e:- f!i . otn .;vhe:.,: ' h. 1 I'Ku v I m "inli. ; n-' t jour Va-ws i.iiN .mi u--. i a ea-ior. aiiu H um wr:ar i in ve i,t ni l . appieii.'ii.i t Hat you wouM n,,t -a"i i !ie(. u hat yell, ; r:.aps mihw!v, te-ad t!:-- v . llaiv t yur e.p!,. to p uyi.-al an 1 f eoms.' niriit.il h.-a.tli aie! 'r nt!i. A i.un man u ;.om I .iinsid.T verv .'itf.l ha 1 -i i st )ii.l yinj: u h !;! f r n -'rl v t v years, an 1 wmild iik. t pr".rn a few Suu duy.s x . j -inn ntan . J'Mnal-Ml v u wish to ''' "t from your ( harg - for "u moat h or nx-u.-eks, my I ii". it I m)i u.u bv mi; plv vour pulpit ,l:,t in- that t m. lor u otluT i o:n 1-nsit ..n than Ins I o.ird. If, )iort.f-r. vou -bw-i! ' hi n." 1. make It u a t ri !l in- ,ji mat am. it . -iu !! .! y a. eptale a - he I: for huiW'lf en: o-, p.-. I h ol 1 c at'M-nt from hom nnt il tho mid "'' '; 'pttmlh i , s if tl-.uii- mo.-t delightful picnic in .Japan. A few miles frura I'tsuuomiya wdentercd thicii'jfh a g:aniie torii, or gateway, the approac h to the shtiues of .Nikko. which are' twenty-or.e miles away. All teui les as I liave written before, must hive an approach through a grove of tree-, and tf.e builders, of Nikwo. in order i have their avenue the uraudest that ed -o" nicely with ; con ii b conceived of, made it tv.entv- a nurgi.ar w no has opcratc-ii in t;e est ; one mile- lonur. that- I at once ma h up my mind that j Word-c annot express th- tree iiniud the two wen- identical." i cur o: this approach. Twenty-one miles .Mr. Campbell gave a start. j :,,.nl e an t almost stra'-oht aseeat- up the "Leaving you. I called upon Mr. Pen- j mountain side over a road smooth as a nell. and learned the name of the clergy- , floor,- ..with magnificent cryptomeria man by whose" recommendation Mr. ! a cedar trees planted four deep" on eith a Simith came here.. To this minister I j s de of the way, trees two hundred years immediately wrote. The reply is" read- old, gi and, royal in their beauty, .meet ing a letter: ' ing thdr giant arms over the roadway. C . .v :.,Oct. 2, . imakini; a god like shade, a running js rienved from albumen and fat, har- I;rr Sir: -In ansver to yours just at hand str,.ara -Y5iTeither side of the road, a re- j . UrUri-'f- hi- conclusion ns a new an-1 im woulii sav: I know no -one bv the nam-; of i: ; r.,:n, - : ,un ...... - i , Thomas mith: nev,r had a uJeut: n,ver h-!OU3 tiline-j, in the air. It a portant lac t -one not in ac, ord w.ththe wrote to p.rother 1'i-im-Ml. Ti:e cneainz lie- ;tweuty-one -nuk-8 ot. natures own cat he- : revioudy entertained ihemieal and fore 1 let t h 'ine, last Juiy, a younj? man. in I Hral aisle. Twenty-one miles of iucar- j phvsio.of.cai ideas, i'rof. Seegeu's coa- au iesp 'ets ui.e ni" one you uenoe.. cai.ei ! r.nte rest, rcpo-e tel. on mil ami asneu m jnnunii-rarile cjtietiws cin -ern.nr Urotlier lnii !! so mnv miii! so1 W 1 : vie w- i f li s 1- ;l '!oi ; i (b nrally your ! , t . i A rap on the s. A pair cf blo.sd- nilit ire not fast colors. ,oht fad- s ' h m. D i e re ds it a no 1. 1. - 1U writer re a I k li ' often in t id L ! i A i i. . plain. niri ui. s r i ;r. i l f V-!' - .s-t t ;:. - i -l .r ! 0-.Ur, i i r tiiei r.iv.-'ii; li.sliirs '!. :) lt .. a" and if 'i- !! ; . . ' i . -er ir. New and linportaiit Medical l?at t. The M- 'l i' l":ifr, ounmumng on the scieidific ami juedeuind researches by l!i"of. St euen. of ienna. and his com lu t:on that the sugar formed b. the Lwr 1 e;t t tn in "If V "5 ib :.e bv S.i'ir day 1 - ha debted to vO i " I'.U ; v,-ur game, it won t i ; IN' '.n in th It.t.i a p' I t t y w - l ' " Mli .1 b get tny coat fofver in 'h, if that ne 11) ! a wavo n'- h indkcreh ef Will ltti u t more attention thin ail tin waves .f ,i d o. . an i ut togt ! ii- r. - - 7Vj V- iigle The pi iieip nej- p:r.b-ibly the best in formed of all ihe'.v.ira i H van gixo u win kj.ow . 1 v w '"k. gl n. it apiar upon my per-on, and will piobaidy mi-upprehemi it. I would ask if you are willing to give it a place in your safe at the bank;"' "Mot a--uiodly. Carry it there in the morning, and I will dei o.-it if where it will be sei'iirci," Thank youj My mind is relieved of to .-peak. a gicat resjioustbibty - The next mc ruing he we.it to1 the bank and saw his ring placed where ?dr. i aniplx 11 convirn ed him it would be "seeure." After an absenre fl five weeks .dr. I'c::tie!l reiui iv. d to his charge, and Mr. milh went from I" ookville to a small village in Vnine. where he was engaged to preach for a short time, he said. 'I here was a w ide and deep' regret at his depar.ure. and not a few of the mem bersespecially those who had joined unner his administration free! v strange that I wondered ir. it. I int-nde 1 to write brot her p. about this man, but neglect ed it so long that I deemed it liet not to writ. a! a;!. Wish now that I had, as it would h:ive prevented tlus imposition which has I;,hu p:-ii-tis-d upon an esteemed co worker and h s ji-opl. Yours respeetfulljg 1 YV il.LIAM iiLAKE. lr. Campbell w as too much astonished 'fobab'v this man Sm'th or what ever lis name may be learning thtt your bank did an immense business, re solved to burglarize it" long ago. coa- tinned the oiheer. .Ju.t how hj chanced i .l ii i r to adopt ine c iet acai roue l cannot s.av t 'ii. .. . t ; i . ;. . 1. . . il.;,, .i l an lu w u ui aiMvu lias u i ii in i - - niarkable in it. but ju-t beyond the ,tc7vn we crossed u beautiful, cia-hing, blue mountain stream and entered the temple grounds. The stream is spanned by two bridges; one of which is traveled by ordinary mortals, the- other a red lacquered span which once a year is crossed onlv by the high priest. The .only other mortal who has ever been al- . nre. the materials out of. which the liver lowed to cros it was (lenertd .rant. forms sugar. The demonstration of this The Japanese love a warrior and so they j fact vras' accomplished bv bringing to- ! ermitted brant to p iss over their sacred pother fatty bodies and blo al with finely atth. j divided liver substance. This being so, Aikko is the burial place of two of the I the liver is pronounced to be the great greatest shoguns or prime ministers laboratory in wiucn lood is c liauge l lor - . i i .1." c lUs .oils, oner:y sr.inmanei. snow mat thebloo 1 pas-ii'g from the iivt-r contains an inlinitely greater ijuantity of sugar than that entering the organ, that the newly formed sugar in trie liwr is wholly independent of saccharine food, as well as of the casbo-hydiales induced with the food; that even the liver glycogen is unconcerned in t"he production of sugar m the liver, and that albumin ami fat lou tr. an d to lv i ll eat' ll Vou toss 1 i : ' ' .V. ) I - ' iv T' am season is again s: e s .id dily. "Yes," 1 i c t r p-.cK up a paper 1 dd" not ep i fo find some but. having determined noon it, he could ' which Japan has ever known lyeyasu j the purpo.-e of life, for the performance and his grandson Iveinitu. Their grave's'.and bronze moniuneLts are high up oh the mountain s'cb' and all thee grand temples are si ii)ly shrines before thee two tombs. Other bronze monu ments there are, and granite ones a thou sand or more in the. shape of lanterns, but these are here only because it was an lienor to be a lowed a lace in Nikko for a monument. '1 he real cause of of work and the production of heat. i easily find the name ol some one who ' j was your pastor's cla-smate at the thco- logical seminary, by consulting thecata ; logues of the institution lor various years. I fortune favored him in selectinir Mr. i Blake, lie had never orresponded with i ion freely e- , u- 1 cnnell. but was th nouglily versed i ! pressed tho r wish tint the "lay i n his wa s. This circumstance' enabled preacher might continu ' t substitute 1 mith to'write to your pastor, with no for the regular IVlStor, .whom SUCll TO- ' ,7nr ni .lMtinM hi- mi-nn of tl.. r.nn. I ! marks reached and deeply grieved. : j miinship The tune (d writing was also i btulding all these temp. e-was that the i 1 inally matte: a . settled into their j opportune, as Mr. Blake wa cm the point ! guns were buried there, and the ' former c hannel, and moved on fcace- 1 -f lei v-ino-h..mp and Mr IVnmdl ol ' g.audet shrines on earth were erected our f.ii hi ulness. I ! fully tor the greater part, though not ! not write to him concerning the w ould-be I honor of their memory. I say grand- j ever rides lut the Pope of home, .so- without an o asioiud d sturbance. such I substitute I est stinues on earth, tor wnereeise m the ooay was in s gnt a lew nostieis a diock as the parish had not known prior to the "The rin"-- itmav or may no have ! worl(1 are there bu5lL scores of great j away busily cleaning a trim little advent of Mr. Mmth. - been Vorthomethim' was 'the ruse bv rumple and gateways as approaches and i cardinal's coupe, and so, with my heart Tow;nd ih" i of si4,,o,,mvl,-,r t, mn'r i u:,i.i. ., ! shrines for two t oin os. the who.e led up , in rnv mouth, 1 oncnei ....... . .. ....... t m i i I t- I'.iiiirii a Ri IJrtlUU 't: 111 l 1 ! ' . - 1 - - - wa created ):i"t!i? place iiy the., rumor j combi thit the bank had been burglaii ed to j j,af0 the amount of nearly s-;otooo a rumor ; mi t.n ii ie o ed true. i -,ftor The d.iv that this announcement was to obtain an entrance ' to the buildinrr . through the pebbled and admirably kept by-ar;d-by, when I could, 1 slipped away Riding in the Pope's Carriairo. Once when I was in Home I found my wap, or rather lost my way, into the Vatican .stables. There wire1 hundreds of carriages about, it seemed to me, be longing to priests and cardinals and jiigh .lignifaries gene:; ally, and one . great xarlet and gilt euuipage, with a canopied golden roof, and bore upon it the arms of the church, and in this carriage no one ou ne-n- po:i:ti tu w ha: to do with in a '. ' . ' ( v. . I ' !! e. ii a r .p peri!uu i w 'i- ir::" 1 i a ' -r C null. " -.i .1 1 be i,: ' : l lt.:t t'o'h -r -i.o.,'. " And -o th- i e upon u-. to-, he i"i -!ond d liow t h it aw 1 ul case "of nn. min g bti.juette - It is(,irivt to addies-3 tho I. o:d of the Achmra t . . ollecliveiy as ' .My Lord," but it would be.s equally appropriate to a bl . I hop.- umrWar ships ale getting along a' isl.lv torily." J',.; '. d !i- br. e. -i-s li t I on tci' prairie. 'It ,x an- :s p y ire-.-on il..-mi n. M m 1 s, ; , m't a .;.:' Ilk--a lairy. An i -u -r 's i . -ni" b n i; o a aam. i '.i "' ' 'ii ni.j ni : hi r. liot. 1 lerks are ionul"-irly supjosed to ciW 1 the hig.'r-t 01 unon Is 111 nit . t hi - is not si i tho aeball things ut r rv di.imondi are i!n- ) : no-.- ri lite a ibln ea i '! ' - : ' A i'enn-yivaui i m m S nie o! ale tit a mil on his1"', l-.i-t .re, po ted ill" to. lowing sign on the debi : : "A new lot jut le ce:ed. l"r s.ih- tlveip." ! a i .rj'o-t '.-, -ir Mon il Markr nie's work on "The Yoiec " is a stai da d aithorif v, and vet vh.o had a harj l- 11 foii- nine ilovvn ( d the iloor ami th" liote litinuu;s:.!. one anil ! ! . hys-ei in failed to I. i t, which i that Tibination. When you opened" the to by an avenue ot magnificent cedars ; popped in. 1 tlounee.l around on tWi e lie learned the number that vou ucd. ! -twenty-one miles of shady, cam; p acred seats ust as I have seen children 1 his unsuccessful attempt to open it grandeur. ; flounce around on the eats of the id.e er you was a mere 'blind. ' Of course, ' , After entering the grounds we wa;ked , carnage's in the st.ibies back of town, and t provah i tho mil K )u op-r t ma le Mr. -initn agam came to Brook- i v i II to ( bt iin the ring, which lie hacl thought best should remain while he wa awa v. : in the. safe was an easy matter to him. 1 shall thi , very day go in pursuit of him. and my advice is, say nothing of what I have nee, pt u,y Migg.vtio,,. pleas., writ., to Mr. i suileied by the burglary, they were glad j V r, " t" t or r 1 bonus smith, iioton. wimh.M- & u -oin ' I . .- , , , the perpetrator o toM,,t tn..,. Is, .... re.,....r f ths With ! t0 sco h,m- anl, learning his loss, were i hear from me.". yoraself of this oppor- ei erg-es :' K F. hi-io'M hii" i rat rnalv o::r Wii.!.i,o! ); . "Vou wibava tunny to : en ti e: ,ae our fleked Mrs. I'eiua ll, havdig finished ' the i J t t c r; : "I stialh It srems too muc h li a .his- pensatisn o' I'rovi.b-nce to i " iie: ctel.'" "i am so glad. Mr. Pciine'.l went to hi librat v and ' w rote to Mi. .Smith, mentioning the ii t tcrtiiou "lbivher"' Blake, an b inviting liirn to substitute f. r him the co: ung six -weeks. "Ihree days later Mr. Smith came to Br i"'a illr, ' tie w as o( medium h, i ;h:. -1 : g i r . fac d . had h i.g. ;,; hi .bait w h ""orn a I'Arg a', -e.rly b or of. tm- - e . i . . , i i . 1 . i l A v i i - : o ' r. s i t i v i . p n e ; r 1 1 - r ; g . ; gular wn- c v.dcnlly not i ir from I be : o . i. . .-i -o. i. ffat in frbl vnn tn mtitt n"P (nr.Hit tlif ilirnptnrs ' Vt;t 1,1 'un) OI lIV)Sf w no ! more than that 1 havcobtained a clew o f the deed, until you so sorry as u.mo-t to lo.get their own. r.rlr in Iprember Mr fomnlioll r. ."Though the intrinsic value of th- . ceived a telegram from the detective in ring was considerable'. 1 valued it chiefly xcw York; which contained th single because it had been in our damilv so ! .,,rfi . 4iinnif He went to that city, where he found Thoinas.smith, alias variousother names, in custody, who made a full confession, ijiiite substantiating the otrieer's suppo sition, and restored all he had taken from the bank save a few 1 undred dollars or so. When Mr. .(.ampbeil returned to pa .e i.er. - ame J ix - eat U res . I trp iv l,e im a liter in- i ulpu w.th .r. ! n part in the i xt, i-t i Iio . I i ne i losuiir Vt r il... . . .-..a ... ; .. 4 b i a hut to tOO: O'l'.T t .. .!.. .. j ir . i - 1 ' i r I e i i ; s i ; - i i jj,-. fnom.ng Ffrviif- tp.e only one for the dav the .pMsfor i.'itio lu: e l him to th .neee prc'un:re:g m, rube rs, with tho r male ir soon be ;;m-- er tvi i w:d ju'i.u h for me whi'e'I it appears I 1 th..tik y. u wiil t the temporary it many years handed down from one to another generation," he said, "but my loss does iiotcie-er. e mention with that which some of. you have experienced. It does make me feel a personal interest in tt:e aiTair" thi- to the life'etors and ie positors --"and I w ould suggest that you at once telegraph to New a ork for Mr. ... i . -i . . - " " 1 ' "- l 1 lu" i Biookville with the stolen property ; . . . ... . . l .... .... . . . t . . . . . . . . j - in .u:ei a ,i. i irin i:iy iirteiiuji i" a' main and learn the r -suit of your inves tigation." If you sue. eed in recovering the stolen property. 1 shall appreciate your kindness if you e.ptvs the ring at once la me at 'ba he ter. N". Y." Nlr. C.amj bell promis d todo'O. "Mr. Smith, th inko I him and was g -ute. The detia ti. name " w-ns summoned by telegraph . and within two'.e hours a rived in Broo,i b 'T& hm the I'rC'hient stated a 1 th facts in the case, of which the o.lici r mad" memoranda. Tbe.i, as if in verific at i'n f these state je- e ; s th''' b-nk was locked A Chea l':;'..:;ip in Africa. K rnsi.se. who f-iiled to get to Tim- last year beea-e he w ould not p.: e:-end to be ti Moh aurnedan, dis tinguished hiu.-e f on that ,ou:ney by making the cl.i a; e-t trip on r ro-d. lie set. out irom Ac ra n the (,ohl coast f ,i st ':.'."", tr.iv, led im wita a capi'ui orth to witbai a s every one. was astonisnca. they were mere astonished, on learning the true .character of. the "lay preacher.' "His first text should have been, 'I was a stranger ami took ye in,"'' face' iou-1 v observed one of the church mem'oc is whom Mr. Smith hacl espe- cia.lv plea sed. ' walks, pa-sing through several minor ( js'obody. e.yer knew about it, but to my j gates,,each beautiful and giand, t :ii w e ; dying dav I shall remember with delight came to the great gate of all - Yomci ', my "dry"' ride in the Pope's carriage. - Man the name of which wan "stand Jr Orhan 7V-:.?t I all day and look .upwaid." livery part ! j of the gate is gorgeous in gold, and lac- , j cpit-r, and bronze, and rich, elaborate ! carviiiff, and all so ' beautifully wrought ! , I , v s-' . ' . ... . i . :.. ; OUc! i ; ancuaarmonizeci inar rue eye rewi iu . the delight of color and carving run j riot. Day after clay 1 went and looked upward for hours at this marvel of ' beauty. It lives in my soul now as the ! most beautiful work of man that I ever I saw. 4 "will not except any. Passing through this we came; to one rf the temples, and when I describe one I describe all; for all are magnificent ami regal. The steps to the temple are cov- I cred with hand wrought plates of brone. I We tookif our shoe arai put on grett slippers that were allowed U-, ana en tered. We were hist shown the ar ous rooms set apart for the use of the Mikado I when he comes here, tae prie-ts.and su h guests as (iencral Grant, wh was le-re j accorded the highest honors. Th.e rooms were approximate ly fifteen f.--1 s mare, and marveis o! gmnei v coraii'.n t he voice i neer - .V". ,r )'.. '. "A r s- by: any s ivc.-' A ma sen ,:. ton- h Ala-. ! s'hii Aln ' b , M'.V I'.l.t u tu'-r nam le d Iio mc .dir. ate. I v i. . . w -a! I sneUl Shak""-"arf' t fdl u- if l i'g rt d 'stance o and wend' d h.s way back to . ' a i i,v in th" fat that he had i h ; tor.s. : the co.. ' found a Vrcr j.hint that kept rem m I t-'ood h.;btii after his "tpiiniue pave out. 1 lie oareved aiom', had no wapo:i of , anv sort, beg;;' d his way or exchanged i medi.-al s-r. b for fu d and shelter, i and actually trtv.hd about t v. o thou sand rni . mueh ot it through un known countrv. 1: has beep. "supioe-d Africa was a poor piry . for tramps. cprcs-e he be. ".br. hm i..;v t. be m have v 1 c bar n w m-n y t.v . "It v. ii rcache e sai 1, inttrogi. returr.el Mr. Campb'lh ig tha Hcatiop w hh li a:ty I ' i s '. I he safe was :t!o ' I c The w inilows :t e h k- i . c. I . . - i : heating th to r st tn Smith w i : quijeme :t Lab ed. us er. i3 fastened sim has i" Mr. i -a i, - l a : a. t t isur c ' :u Iudt'i t t i i? tir all re ' ' l'h.i V W ere." "WhikiH'Ws th combination that you ut on your safe "' . "No one bA.t mw If. ' "Have on ever c aumitted r-inre that time no one of his flock has Tn( WHijs Wtre painted', giving ar;pu views of Japan, ah sorts of tree saioe, and adornmeuts of blossoms and th'c.v ets. anel the whole lac.juer. d with ta; richeat gold lacpivr.. The deco'ration were ovf r two hum dred. years old, and vet the gold and colors were as brilliant a- when tlr-t put twenty miles south of Mercer. Texas. A I on. The e::rarees were hung nn u;e party of Indians from -a neighboring vil- most heavy and rich bro. akd and em lage weie out hunting wild-turkeys, i rouiered silK curta:ns vhith .mpm i,e oMhe party who liad strayed awav c,)ui(, prn(uce, 'he codings were front h:s comt autotts met a large j..anth timekd .with rich carve-f b-.wers ar.d and shot at it. wounding the beast and j brcjs golden y.hea-anf b-in- the pre greatly infuriating :t. The panther was 1 rlomfnant b.rd. When t !.. wanted to in do-e tiui-ters and rushed unoa the 1 ;.fi-., C-.ret,r.-. ve tiV-.- taa? in n any ciev.re that anotner in an Mr. Penned adriinister to. his tpiritual wants. Hnirt Tima. Am India ii ant! a Panther. A short time since a bloody fight oc curred bet ween an Indian and a panther' t la ma; ; . i ! V piC erai-e. who, by ur.p'dent i x p orcr, 1 o t he at teed ion of rf the b: tlr-i!.-d who thai tlo lr.gs poor at Jamie. JVr J'.rv .in .ut t he e-. j do:? of I )r wav. is a Verv be C hlj.la. nded " !'):--V sMMi fore" of an o.r : m ik" a ':. an.' ' ".ooealv, a- ta li) a el "s. 1 e 1 i I ;.' h ad ' u it often brc-iik a ta a;. ' " he raa n ho h.ts writer, an i . -u e, ; wo e tuaau-e.'ip' p-i f. '-.ing t h t i.e h i- . re iKe a b g ''.' ; 1 r M if. if he . i'. oub, to iv. -S V ri . ' iv i-: a vou: Udi a I I.-'--, ii. a ; 'iio -.!: . o A-dj-rov i 1 ' . 1 ; n.e to give jam ;i -' ..- W on d a V en ; pence, b it I ' t -1 ; e i ai '. -. e ; i . n:al 4t"s do - h;.a : - '..-i ' A nit! vitl id e I the " does not d Jones, !; I No. Sel. . d hi - wife'n dress ' .: a I e- el Ved, ' ' but - r I 'i- irt, i i-t ld-ia-w type- , I a-ts of iinen pa,.s r. ait. t ia-ip i a in : is p w er to r p-i'.a? on for htm ih ra. of sou: thtti r.aai ;u 'n' n n la v a ? al i. : h ra s - . .rn in 'd.i. ' t ," " - a ' tor. You told a of the ponder : . I h lint iX :i a- l:ra h n would ; t o h iif ja-nni-s, : . - ! at ab, a? all. b A IHare Spectael?. .These was ie?ei:tly witnesp in ' th ; p;dm hoa-e at the imperial piir.e of '. sciioubn:nn. Au-tria, a spe(. r.icle w lii h ; : h is hith'Tto If-n seen only n e b foe 1 in Luro; eaa, wi; . tie-babn tree iP-.wiiia Atia in full ! loom 'J'his tree wh eh is ; nam d aft-r a c elebra'c i i ngli-!i !ota- nit, urri-ed at ho'ai:ur.n forty vear A 1 . ;ia I i'l r- c r ll . : t :. "i ir vip...a. he. . ago f f I . 1 o-;d n. a an in- ! it; to pa th dor.r m cli tow those wh were fcaticu. . "W h: t a fn v. he sc-em : 1 1-. , tinguisha d." .aid might ! r.C rev tamer h l Si fu:ng.tl 0 t Oil -tgiltC ! ad' el a. h f i v o r o f rgte d h iv i that ipcr is now m a eca eo l'-acKage. no. Hen t-v niv attortve -, and to le ope at d tody in Case e-f d ra ss that renders me unconscious or niv death." . "i o y u know thit the package has never be-n tampered with:'' "I suppose that it has not. Will leirn a. c ; : v ! r prayer How carnet : 'm d to bee m- d is le r b k e ' i oi r v a: io'ls h'.ir-i. s t' ihe v ci e cdh- r w h.se ha! 1 The, d ;s. ogr took i: i' was : wh u an be o w i e i::. ;i.i '. : !' de A: id to one a- .Ur .... :;Ch Mgi! 'iiiri: .-v.s 1 ing :" ;md o an. o. fv.s a.d e tfv And he wrote a note which .i! hat i I'.e 1 .a ""'.ui . t.e s-.io c : . i .. l a .is a sT'iji.t -r n has bee: irr the tho ! i 1 - a i. er.ir, . ami it v, as' held pro iucta.ui boil cued in tot. .m i t a-e s; e.i- tn o wh - te-.d i i. ie-r. nde 1 fro-n the pulpit e.a u w ao-e : ratne. a -d v.-rc I '. - a d a d sh he Sent to hi attorney "Ni suspic ious pcus village recently." "Net tb.at I am aware of." - Th. ..d'ritvr beaan the examination of ).. -k.,c fri. ,v.,tv ...VrfiiLf'-tn htc ! 1 he 1.U OW 0 iuvnior.ir.da. Meanwhile a sealed pack- I ag - was har.ded to Air. Ca:nphell, who, - op ntng it, sa: i : "The pa; er is unniolc Indian before he could reload, and a bioody fight ensued. The Indian drew his k?ii:e anal when the anther sprang upon h;m ut the beast's throat from ear to ear. but at the same time the animal fastened its fangs in the throat cf the Indian, an I a death struggle com menced. When the other Indians reached the combatants both the Indian and the panther were dead. tiLt-l;einocrj'. itzerlantPs Milk Vm. Switzerland has tff.fi, coo milk cows, all of native breed, and divided into two sharp! v defined racs. the brown and potted. e t f 4 ;. - .i r . . . .: : . i jeacocK or rurei oi paraii-e. ana th s rnagn tteence o: co.or and g i carving in perfect good taste and i the generaleilect was quiet rather than ; loud. i'.iss'ng through- the-e rooms we entered the great room of the temple, j and here my jower f description g:v i o.t- the rl or matted with tine sot: mat - I: was :h" but it rra.v vj.-' in aign:t ale w.th rt.e ! tria i !i';oi pa in. w :m h is J . o v.- ars cd-f. a- 1 in t:a- s.i:;, dm h u-e. it i' a, ;:;s ' n! y 3? e in ;y ye tr-. and the i!o an only last rty. e ight li'U's. '1 h ia t time the o om of th'- Mrown 1 .,:i.ri u, .e.-a ai . to-r b . uK-. I a. i ' t - ii ,1 t . 11, - r . -ii ' 1 1 Y-: V ' w 1- ;n "in' folk's con. ", in the loike of N'or--y at s his w.ck. Leg! md. to M the A. I A I ulinarv Aflrar. ttng. th e wails go.d '.Ca'.e 1 nietise woo len pil ;..-r- the ed so that The former color varies d. iv: s wa oow id, eh ago. e t'dil ihi ;s!V )n my rg.re i) lati "Are y. u sure drntallv die!o-t".l anv one t!-.a no one near vou' when 'cu : i sulci" you have never acci die combination to has eve'r b en iv e opened 5 tb.e iUl.' j from deep fawn t mouse gray.the- latter le t e:ng held in the most esteem. race is short-horned and considere 1 a the original type. It corresponds to the reuiains found, on tliio sitis of the Poman cities of the third century of our era. Ths skulls of this race, furth rmore, are identical w;th those 'f und ia the Swiss lake dwellings. The spatted ra-e. j ecultar to Perce and Friitu;:g, i believed to be ef Scandi navian c-iigia. iV?jtinc. thev looked Irke oiumns of urn:sh-d gid, carving everywhere, brone worth a king's--ransom before th"- altars or shrines, immense .curtains of silk a:.d cold r&c mind wearies jr d attempt t which at oul as I be- writeah-ut th s m gnr.u ence the time delighted mv ver; held it. acd left a calm ;cn-l -oothed pre-sion ti.roughou ::y e rid aid n.t-n w Those were grar temples at Nbs.ko. A. ter leaving the the- itran tc th- Shogurr. l'he-e s'a Liovks cf granite set in moss covered with, two y : ta g. bui.: the ---1 ' -;o A;. a" i 'Tt 1V t -J ' ; i: i-i. a;. - e ( 1 1: .1 all pj ra il da " i aiar ; . belv a d - Ih- t - a V ! i it a . t :t f- .d if .1 j r, of t h.ai o.. !,y-.tras a 'eve-re aire pkg- v i an s.-:,d a-;-1 j) X an i . f r tf.ctu a I .er'-v-h." r -1 i at - - ,'i a b-tter a- de rt on . H t : t be i e vV in . . not h v.i oa it c rn. lit are -a ih L r n lam. i'tr 1 i b Kit- f re him. tie s:;d: - thi- 1 i.-.l : h- i d . gjittit b s. a .- . . .1 1 ... . a i "Tra rti; th code 1 eir.tv.e we i - to t :.e ;iii;;!i ;,.., "L--s h.- Cc '.-e. I"v you before, ard l i do it now !"- ? tt e 1 aa. stahrs up the in-ountatn.two e imis' f i e de. "Exc avati . ie in Tmt?untzan. In oac im. or i at i.UVf ki..C'd h d in vo :r it : t a v a..' -h e ate ai zirtt 1 " f that I il- o il l la a i while I rtrebg'- " . n searc u a 1 centuries cf Va de, V'es a. u . t , :i";ve reve a .iw.'u which b aa arthj-okgica! woadcr tr- a-uoe are 1 1 nt p ace, If 1 nv 1 ft in , higher he will It w i. by Ltiag 1 4; filial i?re he U.