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I , ft ( : - ' 'I'J . I ; t '. t U &icpcm0cr;tt-gt;nm. liKTTS & J5KTTS, tik im or eta cities. i'loritU Timea-Vnion. It i a well-known Tict (hat the rum of humanity is Ik be Imiiul in sea-boarl town nil over I he wor!i1,uctl in this country Iheevil l aggravated ly the accumulation nl Hie reaports nl I lie mosl worth ies and degraded cla?e4 of I tie immigrants Hint pour into them in ii never ceasing Ktream, J he thrif tier t I Item make their way west ward, leaving a vicious, beggarly crowd betiind lo swell I lie popula tion of already overcrowded cities. As an Italian paper sayj in com -ineniing on (ha tragedy Ht New Orleans, the towns on the Ameri can seacoast are "infested with the ex galley slaves of Kurope." And Iheir coming lo a land of freedom iloos not Iree them frmn their vi cious propensities, which are a cute lo them and the communities in which I hey live. 'Hie attention of the public was lirst directed lo the naw element of the European population which is being introduced into this conn Iry at the tinw of the Johnstown disaster, when hyenas in human form from Hungary were foun I de spoiling the bodies of the dead and were strung up to Irpes as warning to others. I lie ilungan ans, l'oles and Italians, ol I he classes thai have been immigrating lo llm country of late years, are o tiruiiil, stolid and morally rallou that I hey can hardly be kept in Mibjection by simply allow ing the jaw lo take its course, especially as ihe law generally lakes an v but Hie right course. Ihete people are not used to the mild methods which suffice lo keep our native uopiiiation within bounds, and 1 hey need lo haven stern lesson taught them i ccasionally in order lo make lliem behave themselves. I'he worst characteristic of these low huropenns is their disposition tocon-pire together and carry out jilols in defiance of law. This was the oriiMii of the recent trouble at iVew Orleans and ol the Chicago not. A still more recent example is allowed by Hie violent behavr ol the striking cloak-makers of New lorkcily. This occupation lias come to be monopolized by i tiles, Auairians and Kussians J hey are banded together to pre vent tne employment ol other u bor and, in general, locontrol their employers. As a consequence many of the contractors have re moved to Jamaica and other Long island towns in the hope of being able to work without interference from union men. The latter have been greatly incensed thereby, and last week lliey gave an example f the manner in which Ihey pro pose lo deal with ".-cab'' labor. The establishment which they selected for the first raid was that of Herman Greeubaiim and Sam uel UilUrt, who had removed se cretly at night from Iheir former place of biisinrss on the bowery. After the strikers had informed I themselves as to the siiiia'ion bv Hending out spies, a paity of I weii ty seven mii made a descent on ine establishment early one morn ing. VTiih slutiitsi and curses Ihey broke into Hie building and pro ceeded to demolish I tie contents of it. including eight sewing ma chines. The goods that were be ing made up Ihey ruined by pour ing vitriol on ihem. To cap the climax one of Hie men seized a lour year-old child by one of its legs, and holding il up poured vil riol on il. After desi roving proper ly loihe value ol 1-'X) the strikers dispersed. The people from fn.ithern Eu rope that are crowding into this country now constitute the most, danzeroiis element of our popula tion. They have no more moral sensibility and but little more in telligence than brutes. They have no respect for law, and I heir chief delight consists in evading and vi olating it. liy at lirst accenting pauper wages Ihey crowd out American workmen, ami then bring I heir employers in mlijeclion through I he ower exercised by their oath bound societies. Unless litis filthy stream of immigration that is pouring into the United States is checked I he troubles aris ing from ting source will increase yearly. The "ex-gjlley-slave'" tiiiii are crowding into our eastern cities are ns objectionable as are the Chinese on I he racific coatd Col. Shepherd, editor of the New York Mail and Exprtit, who hi lather in-law Mvs is "more kind if a d ti fiMil than any man he ever knew," h3 made another ex hibition of himself and shown I lift hit father in law measured him correctly. Ihe oiher day a caie wm brought In trial before Justice Ityan in whicl! Shepherd as in lereited and he addressed a oote lo tin JufJce Rayinjj : "I ho . you will m that jiiiiiiceit ('cne in ihi case." A a mailer of course the J udpa recanted the note a an at tempi to influence hit decision and lie look occa-iiui In indipimnl y dt nouce Shepherd for hi action. X. O. Slate. Anion; ihe (Jov-runipul exhilv lUai IheCliictpo Kxpohiiion will J dummy repreteniine a trent Imiile lnp. The hull will be ot brick ami iron n, wjl placed on iheedee of Ihe lake. The guns turret, armor, elr will b III aama at are actually need upon war-sh-pa. Capiain Mead hat iharpe of (he underttkfa?. and the eoat will be about ilOO.OuO. What dn rrli Inrik f.ur lhyenur church I The kiinc. I' pt. uniu.its pr., ir.w uiilkav, (CppwIU !H. Cbarla H..M.I PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Are Ptill Treating With tlio Greatest Skill unit SllCCUes h II Chronic, .Venous and Diseases. Private ryxEKVous debility, lost mas- hood, Failing Memo ry, Exhausting Drains. Terrible Dreams, I If ml ami BiM-k Ache, ho. I ull. Ilia ett'ecta ItmiliuK Un rarly decay, ami uri--' imps ;itiinnption or Insanity, treated noit-n-lilicully I iy new nmtli- (mU anil nuver failing success. rrSYHILIS nml all lent Wood and ikin Diwaitea permanently cured. fKIDXEY nndrUlNARY complaints, Gleet. UiTonlitc, Stricture, sn Icocele, and ail diseases of t ho Gcnito-l'i iinuy Oiriiii cnreil promptly without iiijniy to Btiiiiiiitli, Kidneys or other organs. TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN. A Sl'KK CUltK.-Tlie awf.il effects of Eaili' Vice, which brinirsorjiiinic weak ness, (lt'strnyitir ImiIIi niinn Mild body, with all its ilrraillul ills, pi'iinnnuntly cured. UltKTHKAL STKICTUKH. Pcrminifiilly Cured bv our Wonderful h'emcclv, which never fails, nml without pain or iniurv. I'roof indisputable. IVNo experiments. Age ami experience itniMiitant. Consultation free unil wiicrrd. Eye, Ear. Threat, Lungs, Liver and Blad der Disease Treated with Success Unequalled. Send 6 cents poittiio for celebrated work on Chronic, Nervous and Delicate Discuses. ThoiiHamls cured. A frietnllv letter or call inny save yon future miller- iiig and shame, and add gulden years to vour lit'o No letters answered unleaa uccompaiiied by 4 cents in stamps. Address or call on DIM. HETTS & HE ITS, :W St. Charles St., New Orleans. I a. Nov. 7, Irtl 37-1 J Millinery ! Millinery ! In all the latent Shades ami Shapes, Just received per 8t4Mimra and Expru by MME. ROSA REYNOIR, NO. 9 CEASTSE3 ST., Tim:n noon fiiom canal, XKW OK LEANS, LA. Tier rntCKSsrs tli I.OWKST in tfan fllv lie uwn ber nlsee nf buniui-Ha Mid Etvra her Dst- nun tlii IwiM'ttt uf her rMliiri rxiM-UHes. t B"V"uii!ry eiUtrs aolicltrd suil Mtufsctioa jEilsrsiilfeu. French Corsets a Specialty. Octolier 17. lJO. 31-Ciu Tin: Git HAT MALARIAL MICROBE KILLER. Dr. C. Dki.kiiy's Imuam Vkuktaiii.k FKSItlKlliK. An INEALLIIILE remeiW for Aene. ilteinilttent, Hemittcnt. Ililintis, Deuuo, vnlioM.ihirlul anil I'ernicious fever also Hepatitis, Ane take, Jaunilice. Malarial llen:ortliuKiiie, Anemia ami all in iliseases duo to M ALAIuAL I'OIS- OX1XO. As a I'ROPIIVLACTIC or preventive of tin above niiuicil iliseases, anil as a TON IC ESPECIALLY in COXVALESCEVCE, it is I lie reme.lv AK EXCELLENCE, being SITEKIOK to any known to this tiny. It is also an EXCELLENT APPETIZ EK. tlie taxte Iwiiik AtiKEEAI'.I.K makes it AC( KPI'AIILE lo Hie most SENHI'l I Vii PALATE AM) DKLICA'IK ISTOMACII. N. II To facilitate the, piis-ess of nc cliimitiiui strangers witling in malarial regions slioulil invariably Inks at least one bottle of tbis Kchi idijje. Inilorseil i-,il ptvscribeil by the leading physicians of the country, anil ailmitteil as being the liest TONIC TKUPH YLAC TlCand AITETIZEU. VA. DKLKItY, rroprU tcr, Corner Daiiphina ami Kcrlorec Streets. NEW OHLEANS, LA. Sept. i, If JO. 31-ly OCE.1 .V SFRt.YGS. .7JISS. ON THE DEACH. r.FSTE, - Proprietor. Mineral Waters Analyzed by Dr. Josep Jones, of New Orleans. Til K 11 K A fill EOT A S II 1'I.KAMA XTEKT ICF.SOKT OK ANY HOCTIIKRX COAST. FlnrM Fl.him, Hnnlinc nd HriVM. Tlii('mmlioii. M.it.'l hiu JUat ltr-a tvdttrd il lliit Wilir llml. r., Xrw I'.riM.t. In hull. ami SmitnM.iU. im! wlbfc m.Kl.rn rorruiprs KiiIhmi knarUnl si ihbi nil. iist or ACcovKcsATicyi rsi rc?i n. ecron cul TUTiuit Ajro nosrxcTcu Oct. 2S 110. 3,vir H. F. RUSSELL, OCEAX KIMtlXOS, MISS- BKAI.EB IX STVTI03STEI?,Y CONFKCTIONEUV, ALL KIXM OF SEWING MACHINES. Put longer of tli sniTonuilin. eeantrr olicitntt. Srpteraber 17, 18). 31 tf C. F. Ji-korc. William Caw. JU1TGEH L GASS, OKALRa IK Pianos. Organs, SHEET MUSIC And Xnsiral Merchandise, Ka. Ki7 Daapliia Blicct, MOBILE, ALA. Sept. 19. 100. JO-ly MONTROSS HOTEL, B1LOXI, MI88. Tbia la now a moi frfir I la eea-Haf all - fc, mmk to sie4 tk iabrr m Iba Galf Out. P-'-s rraaoa p. J. mom vxmn, Fiprttir. KsTt-w a. m. u m mm hotel A.BLUMER, MOSS POINT, Miss., FROFIIirTolt or MOSS POINT GRIST RILL, AMI OKAI.KR IX WMOM I'SCALI V K EPT IX A Kl RST-CI.ASK STOKIt. Furniture and Housekeeping (ioods of nil Kinds a Specialty. 8TO ES are sold lower than New Or leans or Mobile prices, as I buy them fur spot cash direct t'mm the inaniifuet tilers. NTr.AM UK1SI WIL.tr t res Ii Weal. CiiitH, homily, Chops, Cracked Corn and reed ot nil knnU sold at lowest market prices, and delivered I'tve ol chai "ii ithin city limits, lliiyinj; teed hi liire qnuuti- tles cniihles tne to i;et th betletit nl wliolt'Kule priceM, and cau therefore sell aj cheuti as the cheapest. CUSTOM SHOE IJKI'AKTMENT where u person in ti jret the best Shoes for the least money. io paper soles, iinste-boaiil counters or woiHleu heels are useu in ray Shoo Factory none but genuine oak tanned leather, and I defy competition ai to prices nml duality. Also, have always on hand tirst-rlnsi hiinil-mado .Shingles tor sale at reusonublo prices. J linn Knit; customers tor past patronui;)) invite a continuance ot same. . Kespeclfully, A. HM'JIER. Coeds Dellrered Free ef Char;. October a, l-90. 31-ly ill ESTABLISHED 1817. WATCHES, SILVER AND SILVER PLATE f WARE, CLOCKS, Spectacles and Artificial Eyes, All orders by mail girco special atten tion. 119 CANAL STEEET, IYw Orleans, I. a. Nor. 7. 1.K- n7-ly F.C. Turner & Co., MANtrKACTl'IlKHS OV Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Bullusters. Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Etc. REGULAR SIZES IX STOflK. Denier in IlnililiTu' Hardware. GIuhi Putt; anil 1'nre Mixed Paints. K. C. TUKNER & CO., fORXEH ST. AXTIIOST TT.1.;i A 1., AX1I WATKR STKEtTS, !.. April 30, ltfJO. 9-ly nniertallni Establishment. U. V. PICKETT, j SCRASTOX, MISS., I Km nil 1) it n cl a complete Ktock of :;iinkitH, Ciiwa, CntliiiH, KoIm-k, l.iiillijc. Iliiniili-H, etc. His Btm-k roin.ij.tn u ivi-iytliiiiR nrciloil in this loculily fur Nnriiil pniiimcr. He KnnranUia'aatis lai'tinii inevi-ry esse iiitrimlvtl u liU i nie. dills nijjlit nr diiy hi my rrsi-, .Iriici" or plarn of biiNinuMi will reccivi' imiupt ulti-ution. Till: STAKSTAIILES. ! For (smut truiiis, pinmpt ut tent ion mill one prim to i ll, cull ttt the Star Stiilili's, I!. F. I'iikelt. propriftor, fol of KikIis Avenn, in sijjlil of the depot unil Noy's Hotel, ami iKpeciullv rqnip pril for the accommodation of ihe trav I'iiiiB pnlilic. A n n r kUss rnrlonl Hears ia also knit. si the Star Livery Stables, winch is Hlwuys at the service of ilia pnlilic.1 with careful a driver, on short notice. Mr. i. W Stkwt U air oulv anOmrlseri irrnl l Mim Hmnt lo Uka orders for Corns, i Ortobor i, lHO. Mtj DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYRUP OP WILD CHERRY1TAR. a aunt AMO SPtEOV CURB Ootiaumption, Ooufiha, Golds, Bora Tliroat. Ho&rseneas, Aathma, Bronohltla, Influensa, Whooping Ooi:h, Oroup, &o. Tor fifty yoau-a it haa towb In l-Tor. Phyulcina preaorlba It. Ploaaant to taia. ETeryooa usea It. Try it. 6O0. and L00 per bottle at an Drucglata. Sept. IS, 1KW. 59.9,. E. T. COWART & BRO., RcraissiOM Merchants, Wboleaale Dvalrrs la POTATOES. APrLES. OX10XS, CABBAGE, ETC Aiao rtultry, Iff aai Oama, 7m aari M mm It H. attrtari 8U. Coo cut L. Cowan. Mobile, tVtebei 10, 1X. . M! 1,11 1 ll II I II, (III 111 U1I1U II ULII UlU JlT A h im miLoa. A "fii riiitiiin win) vii jt'-iiic up 1'iAiltnny to i'e tiH friftiiji c.inie out with im tin the tr:iii', n nd n Cliic:ii;o broker, lii lirst licerti eel h i jirpfence, jruve tiie buy a t lie tt ink. mid fulloweil il up liyga viiii;: 'If we work it linlii we vaa eel tiome awful li. gout ol tiim. 1st 8ime one nk Inin uboul blinrks uixl sea eriienti'." 1 Fournf us cromted him into a inokins compiiriment, mid when we bad become plainly itcquaint ed the inquirv was made: "OnplHin, von have dmibtlesa seen some verv larue w halt's J How lniifi would oti say the larj;- esi was f ' 'Genilemen, I never saw a whale in my lilp," he replied. '! have bepn at sea fcr tiveiiiy-six years, but I never happened to see n whale.' "Well, you have seen sea ser pents in the warm ea?" "Never aaw one I here." "But you have seen some extra I a tee sharks ?" "Gentlemen, I hope you will be lieve me when 1 tell y on that I never saw a shark except in an aquarium. " ' But ym have been wrecked?" "Never." "Kver have a mutiny T"' "No." 'Fire at Fea V "No." "Meet with a pirate?" "No." "Tidal wave?" "No." 'Humph I What sort of a sailor are you, anyway ?'" ' I'm mrry for you, gentlemen, very sorry, but the fuel ia I'm onlv a plain, everv day sailor, and mv mother made tne take a vow when I first went lo ten that I would n! ways speaK i lie triiin. Here are some ;ood nickel ctearn lor vou, bill as lur lyniir, lean t do it nol even about sea-.-epenls." IT DIDVT WOKK. A Ionian whs in chilrye ol a saloon on HiiMsell street the other diiy, nays Ihe Detroit Free ZVw, wnen a 111:111 entered, looked around for the husband, and, find ins Ihe coast clear, he tenderly observed : "Madame, I have been appoint ed a cotiinui tc-e lo wail upon your htt'.liand." ' 'Vet.'' "To see if he would accept a nomination." "Yes." "We hare decided to run him for Alderman of this ward." "Yes." "And, 1 believe it is usual on oc casions ol this sort lo creel Ihe committee receive them will) lib erality in fact, sel up the beer.1' "l en," she replied, 11 s she went on wilh her knitting, "but you'd oeuersee mv husband." '.'Oh, certainly, but where cm he be loiind r' "About six miles out on the Center Line road." "Coming in soon ?'' ii-.it ... ... nanny, lies out there in a burying ground, lie has been out there seven years." Ah, I see! And in that case he probably won t ni-c?pt.'' "1'robablv not." "And the best thing for the com niiMfii in no is 10 renre a grace tillya possible ar.d as drv as a bone, ihe coninntiee retires." An exchange relates that there is a calf in Goorda that sucks milk Irom Ihe end ot its own tail to Hip amazement of all the eur rounding country. I. N. 1 1 jithi.sk, Js. i. k. MclxsisI DANTZLER & MCINNIS, iuuniiiaciuri'rs ol SAWN AND SPLIT Gypress Shingles, 1 MOS.S POINT, miss. I arfWnil for prlra-lint be for norrhnoinr ilw whr l.ivff as a Uim anil we believa t ov will uUsHed with price and auiaclm. Aiijtnsl, 23 1H90. S6-1- IRA W. PORTER I CO.. HARDWARE, Cutlery, Doors, ' Sash, Blinds, Window (ilaaa, Mmitlna. (i rates. Pomp. Ktc. Howe's rValaa, Krapo tutors . Cane Mill. ire haucinj. Mixed 1'aioU. No. 13 and IS North Water Rt . . MOBILE. ALA. un. iu. I ISM. 33-6 u, ORLEANS BARBER SHOP. CEO. HUBESES, TroprUtor. 149 Common Street, Opposite Ladiea' Entrance to 8t. Charles Hotel, J'EW OH LENA'S. Polite attentioa to transient enstomera. All work io the tonaoiial art done in an artist ie manner. KQ-ember 7. 1KW. 3rVly HEUIKQ SPRINGS HOTEL. Tlieee Olelmited SnrinninmM Mil. MKK and WINTKR. Hoard. -r . ;: per week, 0. Hack fare frea U erkl and Monthly Boa rdeia. Comfortable karka ran bv II. P. R-a . who meets all train aad rare for nil pa. eniter at Raekatanna, Misaiasipnt. 1UI pownd af Barege I'm.. Bar ticket to Barkataana. Mia., Mobile and Obie Bail road. li)niri i aimwered promptly. Addreaa, H.J. rETTt'tt. Pranetr. Healing lprin. Ala. Oct. II, 110. 36m Doh't borrow your neichbor't -Via. J Devociut-Stai. ; get one of your 3j.iy (own. john ran h co., P AHUF AUTUiilHu UEALEnS for tm IN BOOTS lm SHOES. OLD RELIABLE! :e YEARS i2s 127 NEW Ansnst 7, 1890. D. MERCIER'S SOWS, -THE CLOTHIERS Fr Clicapiiess Dauphino Street, Two SU.r 2, l, THE MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE SOUTH, !i ! !iji !c!iil Mnuiifn tiiii r of mid WholuHale and Kclnil Deulei in FURNITURE, NOS. 17, 10 AND 21 MOBILE. ALA. 8rpt. 19, 10. puitos. p. Werlein, ISoCAXAL ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. " a p OB 2 t V, Z- bi3J S Pianos I Organs Sold on Monthly Payments $3 Upwards WHITE FOR CATALOGUE AND TRICES. October 17, 1SU0. I he t most Line In tlie City, including E0E xwi". UfcUUKAlLU Ulll.NA In Ciuca. Also a lull line of CHINA. Go Where Yon Can Get tie Best Goods at the Least Prices. lleaiuiuartera fur Cookmir a:!il Ilearinir f!..l. i . f .!.. .1 1 wu, rwtd auu ioi ua Full ) i HARDWARE CARPENTERS' TOOLS J i-J Lino of Library anil Decorated Stund Iimns at Cost Prices. tSUte aud Tin Rooting and Guttering a Specially. O. S. FRa?R;IDC3-EI Sc CO., tm Dalpiiiii Btrrkt, MOBILE, ALA. Sft-ly October 31. 1O0. Removed to NO. 308 DAUPHIN ST., Betveen Jacboi $ Claibonie. TEX X0SE2.T STEZtra AHU 8C0VSIa ISTAILISEXHJI. FEBNAKD S. FREDERIC, PARISIAN DYER, Ladles', Gents' and Children's atbera Bleached. Dyed and Cnrled. Faraaola Cleaned and Dyed. Silks. .T':"'.",e L"crR- tjr' Cnrtaina. Caslimers. Illanketa, Ete. Oilorleaa Olove Cleaning. D.vea Warranted Kaat. All Work Ktrirtlr First Claaa. rA7-'u-Tl,. I Barney, Cavanagh & LoQg, IUPOHrEKS AKD Firr-Arnis and AnimnniliM, rtig a and Dmralic. IO, 12. 14 Jt 10 X. Com. Jt Front Stav, April , 19. EHPERIEOCE I jAej eor.ni st. ORLEANS. 24 ly RENOWNED & HATTERS, and Fair Dvaliiigr Blocks From Canal Street, 10-fJm e - 4 CARPETS, Etc., SOUTH ROYAL ST.. 30-ly x m z a CD O c o J m 34-ly CUT GLASS GOODH. JARIXERS, R. W Rlnvna ami nn-rul IT.. n.v..r,.:. auuu you m iot aiova lor tna lima nna. 7. - . LoWC8t rices. Clothes Cleaned and Dyed. TE21VS STRICTLY C.-4SII. JOBBERS OK l.ism. SIOOILC. ALA. 7-Om &httnwtrat-tHf Hit MIT.Bll. Ctk'H.o Tribune. .! hHp me now I" ncntli the trrateful h.h.Ia r .T locust trees t-ial (enunti .1.,.. June, heh the k''iJC wind, '! M.i.M.r were Daiiny Wj,h u -tiinie o rose leavea that the st of I he iiievioug evpnin., i.j ln,m Minimer were balinv lered 81110;? tint irruvi . wonls in a dn'imr l....u . "ese vwct niinka and yet benea ' he'"0"- f her speech, under ihVTr iccT mat mil .0 well ii,n ,1, finely dueled lips, thore yeme ol uiiret, a hauminp, Zo late, where-has-lhe-niit.ii01, ... . 0 irone-lo feeline that all n,fc.-" r' eiance of her iTaiiie aveiuu Z eotihl not 8tifleoriinpi)reS8 'llod alone knows J10w' h suffered lor your sakp 11 "e McM.irlrv.-the girl said ,7. I" as the Fhoke a b ns.nm i s Jniah th.it flaunting beauiies so aancilv Mui.,,.1 .1 vivid preen of the 'close trimmed lawn. "And you. lit I 1a she conlinut.d,pre8Mng the velveiV pelala ol ihe flower against lir, that were equally soft nni Cli' .n, -you would not, if y(,u couW even whisper mv scrpt i i.: world, lor you. loo. have trn..i.i.. and are bullet ted about hy tlw cruel windN that blow so r,i.i.. against thy pretty face. Not evei. ine star-ryeu pansiei,or the modest vinkls that nod so demurely in 1 1 ... summer zephyrs, shall know my sei-rei," an J with a little Jntidi that was half n sob Sihvl StllllA,! lor Ihe melon patch. liut ere Ihe hi lie bunioiilp rt that peeped out so coqtietlislily from the fleecy while dm had taken inanv ateos Sibvl fnl! a i,,.,i. on her tiff ahoulder. Turnine ami. lenly, she storvil face to fa nin. Bertram McMwlry. He was 1 sirong, mnuly lellow, and the rich bock beer tones of his voice tbrill ed hnr verv blood. "Why are you sad ?" he asked. The pretty red liusare drootiine now, and the hazel eyes dimmed y tears lliat cannol be represMed. k Do you still love me. Bertram f" she nsks. You know I love vou dcnrl11 he replies. "As much as vou did lat Thnrs- day" and the pretty face lnoks iiitiihis wilh a pleasing e.xpresMon 1 inn snuws now she has slaked her all upon that love. "Just as much," he answer. dn wing her li'he form over in liii ward. "Then." she savs, "I ill tell ynu evert Ihinir. And. nh. I am io des olate, Bertram, so desolale." "What is the matter, mv dar- line:?" he asks, bendinc over her in alarm. 'All is lost I" she savs. "All, nil!" Nestling close to Ihe man whose mntinee tickets she loves. Sihvl i.y.t in low, agonizing lone, "All my cliewing-guni, and then tier head falls upon hi shoulder ntmd storm ol soli. .( Be Dae Wear Sacks. Birraingbnm Age-Herutd. "Jerry Simpson i a very hriglit man," eaid Conreimaii Blink htad, who arrived in the city Iron. Washington last nihl. Jint he wean no sockB," ob servi d a byslatider. "Uf doea wear sock." n'juined Mr. 15 inkhead. "He is a gentle man and dresses like a gentle man." "Then he is not low-bred f "Decidedly not. He is a man of education, aiid has most excellent .immnr, and he will lake a high poi-iiion in the house." 'One more question, and you may knock out all preconceived idea of 'Socklei-s Jerry.' Does he wear a silk hat f" -No," answered the Congress man. Traise the lamb!" fervently ejaculated the questioner. really wear cocks and cona domes but lam plad that he draws the line al a ailk hat." 'Sitntison will vote with Hi Democjala. and will il with iheni. He (.pent the Jaet two weeKJ m WaRhinftnii. and ha f rtent the en tire time he wag on Ihe floor of the house on the Democratic i'Je' Je lold me that h4 hadn't voted the Republican ticket in 20 years. 1 wan utandinir hv him when the mil was beinz called on Ihe resolution of thanks to Ueed, and he was evi dently greatly pleaned tn 'no lJeinocraia were voling in me alive. He is one of the mo in teresting of men and adelichli-1 mail to know. We all of usjrere very much pleased wilh him. The St. Louis Globe Democrat av lhat the Alliance is coiiniinc on the support of Ave men win Senate Vance of North Uarolin. Irbv of South Carolina, Gordon, 01 (Jeorgia, Teffer of Kansas Kyleof South Dukota. txcepn i, in the case ol rener an'i though, that organiialion ie liey lobedisapnoinlei!, the alleptt" of Ihe Soul hern men here nrne isfint loihe Democracy naf- terwards to Ihe Alliance. lh Al liance will be supported wfieni cherries coincide witn iempcr policy, and nor at any other. A San Di- p'.Tician h.?e mnrh rliaritahla work found tnia on the office slate bearin. lh CItT miaainnarv'- aie-natiire I "t'lCSa) call on Mrs. and charge it to lh Lord," When detectives lind a criminal they generally give him arrest.