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11. ■• Jnhn fhrrmnn li->» the unltiue
• !>:.m■!'; ii nf I) int Hi.- t'tily Amvii
(All M.iti-'.ni.in wli . rvir •> ul III*
pl'Uuary i.-iv i il!v imhlisli'sl lor to
ii- >i.ii;ti Iterotutar^ wtvn .>
l-t*-;n:ii ■•■.i jiubllo turtn h<i4 lv. a rx*
l^t-iml to dn>, th* MMtjlipW r»iH»rt-
tfi have k> I I m'.i»flr:« \1,;'.l 111 Hi"-
hoiwe, cr .11 Ihn ti !caj!t, *<nl no
I'rrmaturv <lrath aitnounreniettt «»»
(»ia«ili|i-; but in iti,. •-<>■"• '■ Mr.
Slimtiun the «mnl*oU»nt rtixirlrr
win al fault, ft>r he could not ■>■<*
ttrrvm i h<- »iiit'i'o Intu the »hti> COB*
\.'vi ■< i!i« »|i 5. nun l.« I tin- fact
t. !•••;..I that the yellow Journal*or*
Kulitleaa in iht» caw th«y hat
tivUiittK ta I" with conrorlins Hi'
tuimnil f<»l»» il.-.iil> rrporl. II
w»a a liiun.lirmii i>. ii.li ofIUUI
duwii MU rtantlaso <t<* ("nS'4 »t»>
tut i!:.- (tOO »!■-»»% l.ii^. If Mr. Shrr
man rtnuvrra bin hrmlth. !••<• will no
Uoubt (•■. i un>icr i.iiu:u ut>Uai>tlon«
to thin Kn-n. hmiri f»r Uic bl«
i .■ii.en. n ••( obltgary >„>ti.-.■• which
«i;i Ml many volume*. I »■!•■ John
will km>W »h>%! the Ati'.rU .ill ptOPM
tMnk of him a* a &im& •tutriiman.
I!.- >.!i! alau by »!■■•• to «rttft-Ue I hi"
lirvllmliury rmmimn fur iho
»: ■!■ funeral.
Nurth Carolina I* th* tiled >iai*
»»n. h tfj- i.l< an • 1 t I.'l i:.- of >■«!!!•
pcx v. :ih!n It* border*. Th< oJvr.it
of iv «!.«.jii* «ii» at llrat mii-l and
Ittllcr UICOtIM vt»* F-M.l '.■■• It, liv!
Kl'.htn a \«i-i'K l»»t It li<« nf.il
rapijly ati>l au'*«<'l l<> imculy tlif
ti-ri tit tountln- Til- aiilttiinro u(
the BUIe t'Mrvl of llr«lti> has le-.-n
i 4lit I In ami an effort » 111 >»■ ma
by fnn|i!<cv \j.t i:rA!!im 14 «t.<>
thf v|4.irit>:>' Th.- •mall-pox hat
br«n unuaually prevalent in th«
ftottU»rn | States ilurlns thla jrtar.
ilwrjii kM WO inn. Kmtu. Hy ha*
IS7 In LoulavtD* alonr, Ttxa.* «;
raar». Virginia SW *.i». *. ami th»
full num*> In Xnrth C^arolUM la not
known. Tb* r.'orih.-rn £tatc« am» i
r I the n«l arv .V. brink.t. with lit
cam. and I>I>I". with It 4 ran-1 In
n.«rly ♦>"<rjr Imtanr* la the »ajt
an.l »»tith to* *s>r«a<l o( inu. . I
1* due to a neglect of raccinatloo.
Both Washington and Oregon bar*
had a few laolalKl r<w«. but tit*
dim*!. »> far." ha* b*en r.».«il>
• i^mt- -t out. Too mm h »inph«»ta
ranttor. ho*«v*r. l>« placed upon Id*
n«v**slir for (»(*•!•• central var
rlnaliun aa the only '. aaf> tr I
acaltut an rpldcntlc or th* dr«ad
dIMUM.
' Th* Inportanc* of rut . rallroa<l
r&tir* from >' I'aal l" iV.iitl» at thl*
time cannot , b« .ivcreatlmatnl.
Thousand* of humuwki-ni will »m
I'm in an app«aranc« from th* Ka*t
era mint, and It behove* the .•■opl«
of Ibl* • Ity to tr>»! them cordially '
and to ke*p a* many nt th»-m aa
po«*lbl« within our "ash*r» of in
flUMlC*.** .
Alt of the local Indication* ar*
favorable for * roahinir »i>t !t.« tTMti.
The Incomlnc h>>»t will a>ld thnun
«nd« of dolUra to th« m in-y already
In circulation here, and will Incrra**
the priwperou* cnndJtlora now
exlsttnf- Ui a royai »-!>■ mr b*
accorded. . '
Th« revenue of the tlrtliah «>lon-
Irs In 1*97, dM taint year for « m< h
compUt« (tatxtlra ax« a.%'atl»ble,
■**r«-r-.«N"! i:;.'."»>.<.-'". an I thf *x
j—miltut- *N ',. <■■>«(.'«), l>:iv|n« a net
balance of tia.ooo.onn. Hut Mr, Car
nrctc, who know* »i much more
than anybody* eliu>. nay* that UN
I!r!ii«h critanlm are a «r«-at draw
bark mi I <-xi^-n»»- In the t'nll'd
Klnicdom, and it* croat nourre »f
»iMkn"«. l^ir'l Hiil-.«hury liiißh<"l
at shl» »»«rrtU,ii. but th< th)> Itrlt
lab ITemler to»« • not, of iuim,
know an mil' about it ax Mr.
'.' irii'-i:i>- and the ;Jn» .!!■■» of 'mall
America."
The T.i< .-»ni» K«wa thinks thai It ta
hfftb time that th<- Hound cities
should bury the h it< h< t tt\ I -tan'l
together, l>~f 'tnit In unison to lh«
people of th» Ka»t to come mil f>
Wanhlnston I" live.
Now. will lh«- Nf<ri »ho» Ha M:i
erf dmlre fur harmony by *.i>tn*
thai (hi- name of "luinlcr I'aik" Is
jci>o>l rnouKti. anywa>, M i BaTTM 1"
r-lii-iii' "Mount Tirrmu" to tit
•hade* of the troublou* paalT
43ht" J><j»t<ifllcK department colfrrta
une rent t»-r (. „iti'l from publlahera
i.ii i.. ■ > v«|.-tp''r» »'-i'l Ilir.il> li the
mall*, but iliarces nothing tof tli>>
heavy rdltorlala which ni"«t of
Hi.- morning blanket «•,.. ih ,n
--cloiw. Why thl» dim rlrtlnntlon?
The i"fin • •■ of Hi- iM'.mlt.tc 0all!<9
•him. be COtttktit ratltnuted "ml
made to pty proprr [>"«:,il dutlca If
Untie Ram haa to burden hi* mail
L.i.ri with their pondoroua edlt»rlaU.
TUrporta frnm the Kan I In.l ..'.■
that (•<im» of th» rburrlien h.ivp li»
--a .in a enwdt H.T'ilriMt ladlofl' hit*,
ml (Irillnf to allow Hi m to be
worn durinit »iTVi(f», <m th« urouri'J
thAt lh« i><-'ijj|« bthlml cannot *•■<■.
fiii< h n rtßUlation rumlng Into f(T»cl
Juiit btfon EMttf miiy wtrll throw
the feminine world Into a panic.
There I* certainly iK-ed for a boiler
lßtp€CUit 111 this city. v,-|,.-n rltl
z'lim on !•:''-■".*«!!-* -ti" blown . aky
w»id*,> and r. fi..iiiiiu: hollars groan
to id.' right and to Hi. left. It li
liisli time Hi"' ■< •>»•■ n'll-M.il rti'in
*w«!rp taki-n t» i-rtitcct lb« people.
1., i Mr. Ml
i
1 termination In l-iu 1 I Kg the Nmtii
w*»t by Kruiitit'K low rat<>i iii hmn»
■MaWa. What •'•'<■» It matter It
ho him Hiituo ultimata <lm«;sn« iii'"n
the atiH-h nf the Northern I'nMll. .
«a iilli-u<-<l* Th« rum. .1. ii. ami en>
■lillitiK efTert will li.« fur *••.••! i.>
»eattl» and Pucrt ■■.■tin.l
MINING NOTES.
Itlrh ropp*r pro^tn-cta have h«»n
fitumt In I hi. \ rminly. I'lah, ami
Ilirr* la a lively rar* to (take nil
rlatm*- lleprciienlatlvra of New
York ami Itoaton firm* arc In Hall
l.iKi' iliv Inveatliratlnil • ■»■ ■ < new
•tory of I'.'i'pi r ttlaroverles .1 ■! ' are
ready |v n.'lni- utMin nil |.r..»i.<.. la
lhat «li.nv Kimm <'f rlrhm «» an I per
manenoy.
A . mpta) Km mmm ..r««i>i' to
word rttrniilvc Warrr «rminil» on
th« **nliirßi|.i river. W> mill-* 1~-i..»
■.',u.-U < ■tag ii rtAlma li ten
at Irnnt ... .*■,, , „t,,, yarttt of pay
Bluvr' that « 111 run from 10 rrnta
In «i» rrnt» i'ir yant.
l(«a<U from Bait I,akr to th» »ur
roundlnit rump* or* Improving ant
ehi-rv la no U>n» ilaiurr of an nrt
run!ii>- rloalna down lh» imrltfr*.
Thr'-i- xtJltlonat furna* *'« MM !•• '■<•
*rtirtp«l for th»
•Mil iiii-Imar ilini output from (ow t«
»»o Una p»r d»y.
The I. l;■•! at K..«»i»nl 11. <" la
now |>i,hlm Ins M ton* ilatly. No ore
I* N'ltn; »hi»'i «•■! from In* War
i:a«~ in fart, there la a »»n»ral
talllnx nft In alt •hlprnenta, moat
..f Hi* mine* • .iinmnK th*ma»lvea
to d«vetopmrrt work ror th* i<rr«.
*nt. ./,
The bottom af ">'■ north ahaft In
the old ' kin«p of th* Pill 111 Crtp>
!•!■• rr**k. la In pay or«, a»aayln(
from JIT to two a ..|.| Ka«lern .■•['!
tal h*a been *üb*crlbe<l for the de*
velopment of the Phantom, al Whit
harm. In which quart! •!••■> I with
free gold hat bten found.
<!r. ,ii activity I* reported at Fr»«.
nn. Cat, where two »r thr»* Import
ant Hsowaftai hay» been made.
* -vrr»l vein* of irnld htrt- been dl*.
r -wir-i in th» W»ba«h irnun of
copper mln»«, The Copper Km« I*
wnrkln* three nhifia In alnklnc lit
«hift lo th* fourth l»*»l
The Arizona Copper company, at
Clifton. Aril.. <« pulling In all n-«
«»• *n«tn*«. «hi. h will save tIV).<MO
a yur In oprratlnc *vp*na*a. Th»
output .if tb* mine* will l~- lnrr»aa»4
from M t >n« to «•> ton* per day
FURNACE AND MILL
Or*«t activity rnnlinnn In far*
n*rrm and mill*, and nlani* whi'-h
have b»«n Ml* for a»»»ral y»ara. »r*
ab»at to 1— put In cpcrallon.
Th« t.li«! farnar* «f th* Pnu«h
keepal* Iron company, at l'«u«h-
!>•!». n v., will b« put in opera*
lion •* anon *• r*p«lr* are flnl»h»t.
Th- Mark ha« been Ml* sine* I*M
«"rumi»<>M r«n>»«> of th* ll»».»
In* Iron "-wmnany. »' Eniini. I.v.
la bein* put In pontoon la b* pal In
blaat. Th« »tatk haa b»rn Ml* »lnc*
MMI
The Hharpa»ll!» furnac«, *■
Rharparlll*. v* . wa* recently blown
In-
Th» RaMM Iron company, of Chat
iniKM-c*. T>nn. I* to build a n*w
blaat furnccc at llockwood, Trnn,
The nrl»r 11111 Iron and Coal com
pany, of % f.r«l»»n 0.. r»r»ntly
mad* a ihl|.m»nl of 47 car* of pic
Iron la flrnoa, Italy.
Th» Cambria flt»»l company, of
J»hn*tawn. I**., ha» il«iar»d th*
rcsular dlrldeivl of 1% pw c»nt.
Th- National Tub* Work* com
pany, of Mi'K"»iHTt. Pa., ha* rr
c«lrrd frim a mlnlnt* company at
Jiihannntwrc Tr«n»«-«»l, Smith Af
rica, an or.l<r for about ten mllfi
of ;»-ln. »im>l pip*.
All '!c--.»rtmrnta of th» plant of
th«> Ootral Iron and Bt*tl company
at Rraill. 1n.1.. ar* b*ln« taxed to
their utmopt rapacity, and atlll th«
works ar« unable to k»»|. up with It*
ir>l"-r»
Th» ■bafilns works of th«- Mahon-
In* Vallry I m company at Totin#»
tnwn. " . !■•• nmt.inr daublo turn,
lh< flmt llm» tnr a numb«r of >i>am.
XIM FvdvriU fUr*t company of i"hl
t tr-n 111. ha* -i—-i.ir«l a dividend
of H» p»r c«nt. on ■'.- pr«f»rrrd
•took.
The Anderson work* of th« Amer
ican «!r. I .in.l WIN company. at
Anderson, In<l.. are In full operation,
with brlitht pro*peet* for ■ lon* and
prosperous run
STATE NEWS.
,M'< ,1-'n In to have * bran* hen'
. :il|ill» l» to have • lief* of
;,Vw '.Vh.itrim will banquet (no
!iti.itiv>- ilrlci. ii.'m
T).. i .(Inn of pr
ly at T ItUTMM
The prloiera Ml Walla \V..!li ere
prlntlnß ■« paper railed the ILniik
l'trayune.
hi. AWTItMII mill at Aberdeen
Inn .ivi. I work with a. rapacity
of 50.000 feet a day.
I Fl.itT'i dry kiln. at Hununli, wllh
400.000 nbiiiKi'-x. waa destroyed by fire
' lial week.
Work la prn(tre«aln« rapidly on th<
build •■' the Tort Anrelei K«m
-rn railway.
Kverett kl.k" tieraute the pn«t
rnaf.lrr moved the poatnnte* with
out . ■n-'ilMrin hli< patron*.
Man. (MMfl have riven up all
hope of an advance In prlre, for
wheat, and are bcirlmilriK to let go
their hi.l<lln«».
The li.'l- Croiia of Wji'iknn*. I*
raining %'■>*< t"t dellrnr'lea and son
fnrla t» be .. Tit M UN ::i">k<in» boya
at Manila.
The Warren cannery will luitlti
work promptly, Arpll I", and will
t,,, |.i, i... r. .1 1., put up 100 <-»fi» or
iii'in- dally. There will be about
HCVfiity Mil lined In (Ixlilntr for
the rannery. The price "< aalmon
will be About I cent* ■ pound.
A~N INNOCENT
MAN SET FREE
Was Serving a Llfa Sontance
for Murder.
r-IHNKI-nllT Ky., March M —
Jamea II Marl. 1.-, of Knot county,
tho »'cimi,l niiirat convict In point .if
Minn of lervlee In th* atata peni
tentiary hrre, and tUna a life MB*
MM for nmr.lrr. waa d»clan>.l lv
be an MM ■ man liy II." ""I
Art I nil il,,\i-tii,.r urihlii«l.>n Ihla
aftrrinmn. and (ranted a free ami
full pardnn, Marlrl* •■■ ••n tip 'ii
1U«. and had rounded out fifteen
yeara limit* the prlaon walla on 'It.
nrai day of thi> irt»• in month. ll*
la now a hr*tW*r? •• *tt---lii man of
over M year* of as*. Th« Indorae
ment of th* «.ivifrm.i .in th* pnper
In the i an* (lv*> a hlalnry nf th*
. rim* for which hi" on ronvlrted.
Th* rovarM* ««i l
. Th* petitioner. Jam** 11. Martcle,
waa tried In IM< In th* Knns cir
mil r,.uri for th* murder of one 11.
C. I'nti-hanl M th* lltti day of
Mar. l«» 1 Now cornea P M. Jack-'
a.in, T. J, Hinilh an.l Mar) tlurat
ami tnak* nalh that at Ihr time if
Ih* iinir.iiT the petltlnner waa n»t
within U tnllea of the pure when
It occurred, and U (I. Wlle..n. .i rep
utable and reliable peraon, makea
oath that he la peraonally acquaint
ed with th* above named affiant*.
and thai thtv air reputable and
worthy of b*U*f. Til* trial Jury, or
nine of them, atata thai fart* dr.
vetoped alar* th* trial con vine*
them that In* flndlnr of Of iur*
waa rif.'iwu, an.l thai klartrt* la
nn l<-t«..in« an unjuai mun.. <>n<i
William Q. llrownln* alao make*
oath that ahi.ru> befor* rrltrhard'a
death, and that whl!e he waa yet
rninil.iiii hr, Ilrownln«, «fke<l him
who • '...I him. and ha an««" at
once that IWn Crowlv 414 It; and
that II «v |MM In th* pr***n<-» of
hia father^ Genre* Crowly, and Ma
twin brother. Ilkhard Jamea.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Report of Sherman's Death
Due to a French Blunder.
WASHINGTON, March »— It warn
turn* MM that tit* r'"»ort of Mr.
*h»rman'*j death >v HUM)* '■> th#
Kr<-n<-h <*abl*> eompanir a»4 th* *>■*
nal corps »iihln ten mlnu' • of earn
other ><h»n CaM. Leigh, rht»f
• i«n«l Mn?*r, ••■ «rialn»<l thai in*
r»i-rt «*t *rr»n*<>ii« h* imi"' !!•••-■
l» rnmmunl- alr-t with th« fluantan
•mo •Itllnn to aw*rtala tb* ■>'•
of h'un'T. Tl»' man In chart* of
lh* «i«»l<»n f»porl»<1 that, h»vir« rf
r»i>«.| ■ n>»»»»*<- of Inquiry a* i-
Mr Ithtrman 1* htaltb. and not bav
in« »n» Information him*. ' h
vl»ll*'I ih» imbh« Of lh* t-'ttn: •>
r*abl« company, ttb« *Murr I hint
thai tb* report of (hr <Ir*lh «a« »*ll
fntiMnoi. Tli»r»u|"»ti hr l»l'«f«|ih
••I a ronßrmatlon of ll>« rumor ha>
Inc no tM»«n la daubl th* »wur
aiw«* ih«n him. Th» rr»nrh Cabto
r»nt|>anr ■ <4l<lal* h»r» CUlm to
know notbinc r»f»Mtna- th* nutter.
Mr. fhvnaaji'a mnil'.lon IMt evtn-
In* contlnu*d about tb* tarn*. ll*
i*»ift romfertablir through"'*' Hi"
■Ur. »nl. If aiDrtbtnc, l» ««iw»h«l
MM ll* #i|-» t« to co ■■!> botnl
th* rrul»»r i'h!ni» today
JAPANESE JUSTICE
Chinese Passenger* Have a
Hard-Luck Story.
Th* f»»!ln» • #n«»n4«r» 1 between
UM Jap* «iml th» Chin?** during Ik*
lair wrap h.n not all ,!w-1 out, ami
th* local Chinatown* all over th* 5
■ nut are wry much agltaled over
th* treatment of Mm* of their
.■inn" oho w«nl over to tin
orient '•» • Japan liner from *><•■
altle. Tiro Of th* number wer* ar
partaal whll* th* *hlp was panning
through Japan*** water* »B a
• h»ri!» of (making opium, and not-
lih»tin th* fact that there wa*
a poor <•«•• agalnM thrm. they were
taken from th* »hlp and a»nt*n<"l
to a term if on* rear. In la!' Th*
i Japan Dally H*rald make* MM
| yry caunllc cnmrntiiU on the out
**<•. ami th* Chinamen on th »lfl*
of th» water are r»ttlr>K back al th*
company whoa* »»rvanta reported
lh>m. In a circular which a"'*'*" the
followlpir MMM of th* mattei
"Shortly after a rrlvine at Tnko
ham*. on* of th*. Chine** pa»*en
ger* 'l—'l an.l th- captain proponed
in throw th» rorpa* In! Urn *ea.
) All Ih* |.a«»»n«*r« proteated. anil
, finally th* captain ir"-' I to k**p
J th* eorp**, until th* »teamer arriv
.-I at Yokohama. »'1 bury It there.
The aieain*r remain--I there for
four day*, and on* day on* of lh«
Japan*** *aw a couiln of Lak* Chin
amoklng opium on board. An at
tempt wa* mad* to arr**t him. but
h" e*c»prd, and finally thrr* of the
■ ith»r pa»»eng*r* »*t* arr**t*d nn :
l-i.irl, who had n.thin* to dn with
the *moklng. Th*y were taken
, anhor* and t*nt to Jail Tli< ti th«
IchlnaM in*rrhant« ».nt an I <>ti
! .1.-.«viirf.l to ball them out, hut this
ih* HiithnrillM would not all ■«
"The paficnger* wtre treated very
rru*lly on the voyage, and were »ii|,
--1.1i.l with very poor victual*. The
<"hlne*o were clven milt water to
wa*h In, and the Japanese pim»> n
cer* had fre»h water; In fact, wo can
hardly tell how badly w* «' •■ trent
ed. If any opium la found ii the.
trunk* of Hi- p*>**enKrra th. <. are
liable to a aenteti" of fifteen year*
In prl»on."
Tin «t»ti rx-nt OHM*M with a warn-
Inn ag*ln*t truvellng on thn (learn
er* of » certain Una. and "remem
ber above all thine*, do not take any
opium with you."
MESSENGER BO*
On His Way From Enplanrt to
Daliver Lectures.
ninpdtrhen from London Irxii' Ml
that that rlty Ik takln* much Inter
cut In » certain m«"«»on|rfr i. ■< who
hap aalleii from Houthampton to d«
li- i r i.-n>r» In thin country, but the
arhema lack* oovelty an far «■ New
York la. concerned. TIM "rut lon«
--rtlmanre if*mw «orvlro of thl»
aort ■•■rvpd IIP pilrpmr well. A Uip
ntili ill iiinniKT « ti" wan rnrnlnit i"
th' front *»ver»l mfl '»«"(» writ a
New Y-nrk tnenicnKer to London
with touvenlra to dlatlnßulßhnl Rita
ii»hiii.ii *•>! Ihnlr autocrapbi mm-
knowlpditmenta that ho Inn] |»T
--farmed Ml duty, MMi returned to
, Now York. II w^ia eatlmatcd iliii
pin trip might have SMI UM ihuim-
THR BE \ 1 i Ii: STAB.
«rr 1310 ami thai h" rt'i-FlviM piib
lii-itv wnrth tlmiioaiiiU ••' ilolHru In
roturn fur It. Hoveral yi-«r» Uti-r n
well I.ii.mn aoclt'ly nmn In Ihu rlty
fill MoMMtlf*r •" Hoiitlt Ciiroliiui
fur .i illrTfi-.-uI purptAfi The I'.iy <ar
rlc>l a MaIHOM fur iii.i it.-m IV .Ii I
(ula In \»h|rh Ih" acniler »m un
able In appear, and trite) It lii< not!
nf rPßii-l, ii.i.nin.- he daatrvd no
liulillclly nml iii.i-i.. H iiuim nf the
bny'a errand at Dril III" trip nruuaeil
n i.it nf umvdi-niiiit ni» .-iii.ititin. Tho
tin "» im-. i i.ovm are tint in'i.-'iui »nly
». lit ft.mi New York to 1 -1i1!i..1, I -
t'lil.i Of lln'tnn, ati'l iinli-na the I'rp-
Huh iiiraartiiirr l«iv I- ■" aonm now
erlrka up hi* aleevp i,. won't prove
the lurliinllv that hla m-n.lrm evl
ili'titly anllrlpatod. A theatrical
munnE<<r i ii.. I* nan UiokUtK for mi
ntli.ii-ii.iu li.ii> i>(Ti rt'il In back a New
for m.»».-mi. r boy aKalnat the Kn
tlrk.lmi.in In « two tnMe übntuc'e
race ■i the Mniilann Hquare i;m.|.■•>.
tin iiiki that tii£_u»jst.i<'!<?» 1«»
riKireit* cnuntira, fruit atnr.dii and
ahl* aho»a.—New Tort Run.
MIELLAN GETS IT
Awardod tho Contract for the
Denny Way Sewer.
The Realtle b-«nr.l of public wnrka
haa awarded t - I Mi I."IIm. the
I^nny way »ewer contract, llcliel
lan'a 1.1.1 of $-.?.:-\ tt". la conaulrrnl
low by lity Knslneer I h. mi • .ii
I • ■ .1 Illr
The contractor haa been «lvrn ten
tlaya In which tn nle Imnda, 'it. 1 the
ttork will probably b" complete! In
*l* montba.
(• f..11.i«» T '

«T»«. M».-
HE WAS H>,LF DEAD
So the Chinaman Chimed Part
of Mis Insurance.
Not l-.isar «k.> a ItlUbur* life In
•uranc* acenl prrauaded a <*)iln»
m*n to take ant a policy of %'•*">,
aay* the New Tork Tribune. The
latter had IM c|«ar Idea of the trana
• ••hi.'ii. but un'l<-i>|.»l that on |m -
tlf th* premium* promptly he would
he enlllie<l to tiooo e»me time. ll'
b*can bolherlnv the arenl f.-r the
money after a couple of werka had
paa*«d. and th* a«<-nt trl«1 to ei
plain to him that h* would have In
die before he r»u<d «ri It. The
Chinaman f*U down *• cellarway on
• Irani «tr*el and waa ha Mv hurt,.
Ilia frlrn'- trir t In attend to him
It hunt. I 4lllnr in A doctor. Wh-n
they di-t rail Mln two •! •>• later
th»- d'ictor wa* angry, Mhi didn't
you call me *non»r7" hr aafced. Thu
man la half drad now." Nest day
the isi'ur.-' man « brother waa at
the l«»«-.iran■ «■ Hi' with a claim (M
i:'j«' -V..v arr not entitled ■„ any-
Ihlnc on Ihla." am • Hi. Innoranr*
a«<nl. "until the man I* dead."
"Itoetol mar him hair died." answer
ed the brother. "Why hr im riM
half-
SAFELY REACHED PORT
Advtre* frnm Han J"r«n>-l«<-.» ■ml
that the llrltlah a hip i'»rnnn..|i Itay,
nut IM day* from Tacom* bound for
Qae*n«town. ha* arrived a.frlr at
h*r deatlnatlon. Th" ve»*el waa
only apnken once during the voyave.
and Krav* feara had been entrr
i»in««l f»r her aafety. At the time
the newa announcing the arrival of
the Carnarvon liny at Queenalown
waa rec»tve<l, Tt per cent. ln»uranj»
waa i.KiTf.l by the Hnctuh und>r-
Winer*.
Th* Carnarvon H*y nailed fro Ti
coma K.)i. i>'.'>T <*. H ••». I .«.!•• I with
i TO .t..« cental* of wheat. No new*
of Ih* vra»rl waa rwMrnl until
March 14. when ll wa* reported that I
the "hip Atrldr* hnd ap'iken her nn
November 2* II latlluda S* ' i-frra
•-.nth. lonffttude 111 a-srrr» west.
MADE PLATED
SILVER COINS
NEW* V"I!K March SJ.—Blx men
charged with matting and »rlllnK
counterfeit »llver dotlarn. and who,
according In the *e< ret *crv|c* men,
have paMed an enurmous quantity
of apurlou* citn In thl* 11' lull) dur- :
ing the la*t nlni> monihii. have b«rn
arraigned beforo t'nlted Mlatr* Com*
mUaluner Hblrld* and held In I >""
bill rach fur examination.
Ski . liv.cii'-li. whn, with Hi
brother. Adenllno. or 313 Haul HMh
jinn, la charged with niaklnc the
bud dollarii. admitted to Chief 11-n.n
! that he I. ul learned the formula fur
i making IB counterfeit* from An
lon|i> Kranki a convlriod counter*
feller who wa* aentcnepd lant Hep*
lemtwr, and I* now »nini a aen
tin. • of elihtren month*.
Th* four other men. chanted with
b*ln« confederate* with the Incon
noll brother*, an- Frank r'lnrk. .'f
No. 112 MOt Korty-fourlh atrret;
Harry Dordon alia* Ills An.lv. of No,
-i l*lr»t nvi-nue; IVtro i.i'.ii. nnd
Andrew Hcnler.
Chi. f HaM ii " '■ I that the counter
feit dollar made by the men «'i» Hie ,
bent Itni-n of -i moulded spurloui
coin he hnd evrr Been.
"It I* »nv*f-platpd," "ill Mr. lln
ten. "and b'-.iiiilfiilly milled. It I*;
a coin ii, ii ha* bothered v* a ».-r ■ it
ill nl. It ha* ffnne thriiimh Ihe b.ink» :
in i.. th.. mil if tit rr In unuaunl!
amount*."
A Victim of Hazing.
CIIICAOO, March 2.l.—llaxlnit, a*
practiced it the? l*hl<a|ti> ' '..ii' in- of
Dental HiirKTy, mny make I .him i J.
Mount, of ' '"• clnn* "' 11KI.1, an In
, valid for life. If It dor* not inline re
*ultn even more loo», He I* now
In it,. I'redbvmrlnn ho ni ii The
cord* of hl« ni>< k nre Injured nml
the doctors think ii- ha* been hurl
Inlernnlly. /
Mount I* the Victim of tin- i uatont
of "pn»»ln« Up," whli-li ron»lnt« of
Mlilna « man 11l 'hi ila hi room and
punning him ovrr the neiiln In Ihn
outer clrci*. Thru th<- vtotltn Ih
atartfd on ,i Journey In the oppoflta
direction.
Mount hna been 111 for aoana time,
but ,im Inl Hi. Kirn pnire*», ha
w«ii 10.«fi.l I, i. i. and forth from tier
to tier of tin' nnßt*. ...I Mi. n nh'i!
I down to tin- flour, where he lont con*
I i ..I m*aa.
I The faculty of ih coilrjjf hnvo
■ uni.rnd<-f| nix Itudcntf for coin|illrl
ty In thi! hniUig-
Never object to Chaperon**. Thin
I* an bbp 'if liilK.ition airl aympa
, tii. 11. Jui lea.
MASSING IN
PHALANX
Giant Trusts Are Arraying
Thomselves Together.
NBW rOM M..m I, «. — Wall
utrnrt linn heard of «nm« more- mm
blnallona. Among them are aeon*
anlldatlon Of n.v.n ■■' th* lnrK"i>l
lil»i nil and rrmkrr muniCu. i•<I" ■*
oil tin- I'ii. ilt«- . .. i«l. with ii capital
nil" k of llii.iiiHi.mn, a i..riil.limll«.li <■<
l< >■ ri i tin Tie Mir i i«. with it . "I'll 'I
atnek of U.fioo.noo, i, -pniii-ii by dea
li.iti Ii- r ..in I'liltlmn:: a conwdld
ii'lmm nf chilli iti.imif 11 tili.rn, VtalOb
r*t(t*bur| ii.iv l< i» m i w-** »*?o un
der vmy; ■ rnn»n|i'lallon (if III" chief
woolen mllla In the Haul, wllh I cup
-1 Hal atock at f100.000.0u0, to '••■ n
counterpart 111 mmia n *[■<■« I* to fhit
American Wfwilen company! ' *,«■
u.,t»;>.| mill» fomblnnllun. and a
combination of On fruit and vr«*t
il.li rannlna , rinii In'thla ■(•!•,
wllh a > [.!!■! »li. k of t^i.ooo.wto.
Hi.•ion advice* »l 11 -.1 that Ih*
llnaton I'rull company via nnvr tn
i■■•ii.i>l< t<- control of Hi* bantu i.u-1 -
mm "f the I'nMfl Rial** ilii'iii:li
tin V .1111.111..1t l.v It nf Hi.- I. i»l-
Hi mm of Ih* «'..lntnl.hin 1,id.l i-i.iii
j>any ami th» Tropical Trndlne u-id
Trannpurt company, controlled by
Minor I' Keith, uf Drooklyn. lly
Hi. •■■ n< .ml.lll .ii«. It la atated. !'•••
banana output Iff th# llontan • ."n-
I mv will reach i,5*>,00» bunchea ttl>
year, a* acalnM !• I'JO IK"! bunche* liiat
year. Til American 1,1 !!••■■ I OH
• '"Milanv. hi. h ha* a ■ il'tt il (lock
uf t■! ''<I)I1OO and control* :r. i*r
• >nt nf Hi'- ••rtirhrrn "f the country.
has ".rr.mii.'l by rlrrllna* din' ■ ■"
.1 ..!!> rr», II I". Mll.n l» 111.- |ir '•
ld*nt,
Accnrdlnn In it<n.»i< lir» frnm
lUncor, th* orfanlxatlan haa «1« I
lien rftr, ■ of Ihe Amrrlran Har*
>Jln» remblnatlon. Th» aril. nf
Incnrporatlon of th* Intrrnatlonal
Hl*arn I'ump • • ri|-an) « how rapllal
•<««•!« It I?: *» wrr* mm In ihr
rounty rl^rk'a (»mc« In J>-ra*y «'n>
ym,<t*rd«y.
.
Tim Deepest a Man Ever Dived.
Th* iiiii.hi divine feat »v»r
vhim.l was In matin* th» cartio
Of ih- «hii< < ■■•!■• Horn. wfwM off
th* roaat of • iili Am. Hi a. when •
l<\ • i Haiti' 1 M i M mad* aa-vrn ■!»■
--• »■!!■ to a dtpth nf ev*r x* laM ro*
malnlnv at «n- Dm* 41 iiilniiii • un
4«r th« wntrr An authority aiatra
thai th* ar«at*at <l?ith to «hlrh a
man ha« »•• . i known >■ drarrnii la
; not mar* than I*l fr»t—whlrh I"
•"illlvalrnt tO a pr«><imir* Of MS
pound* to th* »<|uar* Inch.— Waah
Infton Hlar .
AMUSEMENTS. •
flouaa aii'l bin band play thla after
noon an-! «-vrnln« at In* K«-atil«
t hauler.
Mauaa a band la now In th* ■•(•■III
y*«r«f Ma mMi ik •- and durlns that
i-il«l haa known remarkably few
rhanf** in It* |«raonn»l Tin- great
bndy t t it..- muilcUni have been
rnnllnuouaty un Irr th* dlm-tlnn an.l
dlaclplln* "' thla m»«i«r muairlan.
nil every member «>f the band la
rompl*t*ly i.i'irnlvi. to th* mag
netic rontrol of Houaa Th* band
m-ver plared In •vi h vuperb form aa !
fat th* prrarnt time. Ml** Maul
■MM Davlra, aoprano, and Mlaa
Itarotny llnyl*. vlollnUt*, ar* ih>
•upportlnif artlatea. and from the
band proper the aelerled aolnlM* (if
ih* preaent lour are Ili-rbert 1-
Clark*, cornet. Arthur rryo«\ trnm
, bone, and r*rani Hell, Hum. I'
■ K|o I<-r am! Kit" rontinuea (a ptay
■ % aaUM
Third avenuti Ihea'.rr.
Uncle Sam » Varied Time
I'm le flam ha* quite a variety of
tlm* at th* aam* tlm* within hi*
rjimti'li-1 domain.
John Hull <»•««(• that th* »un nev
>-r art* on Ml flag, Mm ' our t'ncl*
went Into th* territorial rxpanaion
bu»lne«* >>>• h*» been ahiii to rive
<>UI -it an almi>»( uninterrupted
ey*-f*a*t of OM Olory.
When It »a» >:tf ■■"•!■• V thin
morning at Honolulu It MM n™m
today In l«»atti- an<l &:3* o'clock i..
--morrow morninc In (lu«m. And at
vati.n. other plar** dl*pU>lnir th"-
Hum and fitrlnea . varlou* ..(her
IB) I were r*cord*4.
River Full of Salmon-
AHTOIIIA. March 11—Tti* river I*
crowded with Chinook iMtlmon at the.
pr***nt lime, and 11 »IV.H every
promt** of being a, Rood *»a*on.
Hi. ar* a '■« n*hermen maklni:
'Infix alonu Hi' Wa»hlnKtnn -h '■-.
and they arc , it. IllllK all tll"l they
van -.if- II .Ilm-.IM- of A* til- tug
Ham»on wa* paaalnr the Itarhnry
c»a*t, near I'lllnr Kirn k. a few day*
nit", they •>« '• n»ti.TnmTi pulllnic
in hi* net. and h* not a Hah at nearly
•very lift.
MUSKRAT IN
A MAIL BOX
M. it NT VI l;N. >N- N. V., M ... i,
23. — l-a«t . mill while Inlt. .1 Si ,i. «
I Mill i' in i«-r Itcuhen Mi I v i>> nan
i .Mi iHim tin- mull in- *toppi>d n*
j iinual ,r the l i.,-. ihi.it an.l pan . i
'box near tin- n. « it .V- m rnllmail
{illation. ii. unlmke'l the *llili> nml
I posited hi* arm down Into n pile of
I paper*, but auddanli withdrew It
with an <•«• -laiii.itl.'n "f pain. III"
li.iml. Inftrnd of . lodm Upon 'i..
mall lm<l frrnn|x*<l asmathina hnlry,
| which had bitten him. Verklnit Into
1 tin- receptacle tIM poitlmnn HH a
• pair nf feroolou* •vi ■ (I in liuj In
1 the d«rkne»». At flr»t ha thought
Hi ii ii m "i» » • ■'<■ but on Invenlliin
tlf.n It WM found to he ■ full-Kruwn
111111h1.1t. i ■-'■■
Tim .iiMin.il hail a 111 lh-1 nn Itp
neck on whlrb em two •■; iin|>n.
»!i.v iff thnt II hail hi>i-n innllrd, Ill) I
than waa BO adilre**. T>ic- . ii 11- .1
phiccfl III" li:ir .' the i-. Aim of the
: i,,, x .iii.i by i. itliiK on till- tin with
I a club, m-nrcil the anlmul ..ill iii.l
i inn i" it n primmer. | He took It tn
! th« po*tom«c. The clerk* liniiH ill
| ntely . htiateni .i It iiiii"- In honor of
! Iti oaptor. Mrlntyre n<ivi< In- think*
tin- mtinkrat wan put In by -...nil*
mlwhlevou* bo) I at ' 'Ih'mli t hill.
Sunshine Better Than Modiclne.
If you cannot IIM'1'"11' ■""' why the
tootlinihu grown n* ill' nun Rink*
below the hurlieon, M.i why, when
you Ml.- If liik In your be.l, trnrlnK
i uuiii* In your enra. head and Mm
I
I Hl* added lo your ml»»rlf», r'-ml
mlint I>r. Oold»rh*ldcr ha» lo »n>'
In Hi.- ".liium,il f>f Nii'xtnK "
■I.lXlll. " aay» th. |irnfc«inr." ha*
» riulrtlliE fffect on 111 DtrVMl
hunpn It Ih-iilk mm* and •iiilikcr than
do mt-ijji In.-* It play" a very hit
fiorlant in! 11l Ik pntholoitv of
I>»ln. ThU In »»wUllv BOllMaW*
by •..•m.um *i|illi'ti<d to worry. f>t
i boa* who ari> In tny way oppreiigrt,
Their •(•rn^nicly Jolly illapoalllon *!n
the ■ ,v I* OMnpkrtMl irannforrn^d ns
rilKhi drawa on; wlill* In t'#d th<"y
Itfi'omn Krfmly dlatrponrd. and In- 1
■omoli la In* .• urn- Hurh iw-rsoiiKi
uaualty find ttmpnnry rpll»-f bf ]
IlKhllnir the icaa or by ulilln* up till i
the itruy liuia of lhf> mot • lirrum 101
hrrak.
•There ar«> any li. ii.l.. i '.f i«>r»"ri* (
who ' Hill.' I alf«-p wlthoul th« riy»
of th« nun b«-Binln« dlrntly down j
upon . 1,. in Tb*»'j r-T"''"* Have ai ■ j
nuir«d !'«..» a habit from thrlr |
youth.
"Hut ii l» it poor nil* I bat diw*
Hi.l work both ».»ya. The darkml
nlieht him II" rhoil oualltlra, for
I hire ar« h»ai|ar-he» whlrh will li"l
ilia ,|.|., „1 until all tti* debt la "■',
rludrd from th« room ihi- pnllt-iit l« |
In. Mi i ...i» r»rlt«W» |HTaoii».
when thflr atat(> of exfltrmi-nt b<
■ ■om>-» unendurabt". ■-«til find won
derful relief If th<-y alt fur only «
i)u«rf<*r of an hour In a room com
pletely darkrncd. Tln-r»fi>rf. In nuch
r***«, II total rrlnxatlon from work
durlnc the day 11 e»|rclnlly to be r»
romm»nd«l."
ALONG THE WHARVES
Hark Oregon U taking In oal at
th» »outh bunker* for Ban Fran-
H»<?Ok
Hiramir Kllhu Thtmatrn arrived
lam rvi-niiiK from Taroma. fh» M
; ■ukuii- on <h- akliw nf battft
material for Honolulu whl<h I* I- ft
ov«r i.v th* Uaronne. The «hl|i
ment will ooupy nearly all the
frelcht ■!.«<» of th* »lni»n rx-100
Ink 11.. th* after and forward
].. ka jr. covered with pl««*a of
mmhlmiv w*lithln« many ton*.
The Thomson will probabljr aall 10- (
morrow for Honolulu.
if oilier riaronne !• ■til! loading
frelnht «l lh>- Arlington tact Ph*
li* at |irnu-nl being repainted. Th.
r.nru to c" to llonntutii thl* trip
will h* very large. Th» Oaronn*
will probably nail about the Mil
Th» Ilrltlnh "i-able boat" Me<lr«
ram* over from V»nrmiv*r. n. <'..
laal nl«ht Kh« will lakr on I mil
of li-lrrroi'h • »'>!<■ •*• I* for
the Canadian I'm InV Railway mm
i any at Vancouver. The rahl^ I*
two mllra in l<-n«ih The rable will
h* wound en a reel on board the
Electron by m»an« of a ateam drum.
ftlMimer City of Toneka Is wtl
Ing at th* south bunkers prepara*
tory to leaving for Alaska.
The steamer K(c*l«lor sailed laat
•**nlnc for t'nalaska and ('•>>)< In
let points. Her panencer list »M
•a follows: T. C Hcmtr and "11.
J. i, m !•• . •- n Cba». Aptilecate.
Ansel Paul. I. I' 1.- •r• •- Tbom.is
C. Booth. Watson Itpencer. J. Bill*.
Mr and Mrs. M. T. White. W. 3.
Amy, J. I' Kin- h. II I. Mcl^elland,
11. r. Mlllard. t»r. <* W Chamh-T
-lain. Ouy Wilson. !{..•• vvn »
Charles M»rrln«. P. A. Ilorgen. N.
J. Nelson. A. J. Dale, (leorr* Tatter.
N. CrVttniMt. W. F. llopkln*. Kben
Rm!lh. Frank Jones, and It !.<■•» •
roase.
Kleamer Dora, of th* Alaska Com
mercial company, arrived u»i even
ing from Han Francis's*. The lv»ra
Is on her way to Juneau. where "h
will rarry the mall t-etwern thtt
port and I'nalaska. | She will tako
on som* stores here and leave In a
few days.
Cat That Smoke* Cigars.
A Otrnwond l*a . man owns the
most dissipated i at In America. f*he
ti«f.| to InhaV with delight the
smoke from her master's cigar and
was easily taurht to smoke a dally
rlgar on her own account. Inhaling
and ethallng the blue vapor like any
veteran smoker. To prevent Kilty's
teeth from puncturing the clear a
wooden rlrar holder Is provided.
——
How Jokes Are Made.
The business of joke-making and
nhort-vrrse writing Is a trsde In II-
Mlf, and haa Its center In New York.
In almost every city or large town
there arc one or two bright wits who
have cracked some exceptional )oke*
which some comic paper ha» print
ed and paid for.
In mam places there are some
local punster* «h■•••■ efforts are the
pride of his narrow circle. Itut only
In N*'« York doe* thin work renter
lUelf. WhTi I »t>eak of >■■!>• v ritlnit
n» a bMtMM nil MM I MM |t
literally.
Ther* In • coterie of about forty
writer*, ni'inl nf whom live In New
York who do nothing hut write for
the comic paper*. They do not wait
for ■ hi»i't>y Inspiration, but u■■••. l.>•
t Ihr ln«|ilmtlon I MM to th<Mn They
writ* Joke* and ver»e for their llv-
Ing. ami MM of thnn It la n very'
it.i.hl hylni; Indeel. Tli< »<• in tho
men the comic. pa|»ers depend Uf>nn
fur miMit of thru m«trrt«l. .ml at
lr»»t t**n «f them Milk- from 140 tn
$»0 a \\ •■■■k ' JuM Joke - wrltlnit."
Homil of thp»p «re well known to tho
public from their named over vcrn^ii
or nhort nkMc-hca. Hill MM • <if
them attain, who write merely ahort
"»i|ulh»." ,ii- known only to tIM
Ipdllor.
It la no uncommon thin* for Any
I of Itirxr men to turn out from flfly
] to jno'Jokes i '" 'Ml new, warranteil
not to fade) it week, ami I'll hits of
vor»e. A professional J«k»-wrltcr
frei|\n-ntlv alta down without an
Idea In 111" head. Sun.' turn of
apeech come* to him —he write* down
! hi* joke on a small rectanfnilnr ctii>
lof pnper. in»t the iitse to r)li> Into
'an Mvalopa conveniently. Thla
Joke, or hi* tr.i'n of thoueht, mii:
frt'Htn another, nnd on he (toe* unlil
In two bourn he may have a rltten
twenty-five.
Then the hualnena part of It cornea
In, My :i ay»tcm of *pecl»l tn>k
kwplnir, he enter* the hi-nd of c.^'-h
lokf In a hook, the place opposite
the title tin' paper to which the
)eIH I* sent. As a if 11. la! thlnir,
he will t>ut the twenty-five nqtiiha
a hi. ii he tin* Ju*t dnlsa i In «n
envelope with »mi "a<ldren*<'d ami
directed envelope" ln*lde, nnd *tnrt.i
111. packase on It* Journey ,!| Mill
iii. world of humor.
ii. lend* ii first to the paper which
pnj* the li.i'.h.--' price, ,ii: I thi-n In
rejrular order from weekly 1.. week
ly, until in' hna exhntmted the li 'I
and Kntten down tO where the pay n
, as lit lie as II cents per Joke.
SAMPSON
HITS SCHLEY
Chargos Him With Making •
Fatso Report.
Ni:\Y yortK. March M.-Hear Ad
miral B«mii«'in Imii «-«nilrl>>uled a
i liuftwr In the b»ik "With bimpnii
Thruush Him Wnr," juit iiuiufd by
W. A. "I Oondi'. Hear Admiral
Hniri|i«<m ho|i)» Hint lh«> vlrlory over
Overa In not entirely,Btsemißlad to/
by Ihe lOJUrUjHty <»f th* Amrrlran
force, nnd h* I* Incline?! (o mll've
.'.,.; „.■<» dus irsorc t<> «*He**llent
r.i ii I n. iT.«'i!;. thin to «riylh!uic tla».
!■•'-• -r :.".. tho nrulrtfy of Adtilral
tT«rvcr», Ham;-aon l» of IN oplnon
H; i ha<l the Hpnnlah n<lrnltal rum*
••hi ilurlnK ii." • .< ii "» . inaklnir hii
<lrptrlur« to eolnHdP Hith » panainjr
•ilurm, Im would havo ha<l a grx>4
rhaiXH to nave on« fir ni'<r» of hta
v.-««rl». K»|.|olnln« th!i. B»mi«wn
wrilMl
"•If thin atlrmj.t hK<l be»n mad*
ilutlnir Amrkprta It woul<l h»vf iie
ohle-d oti»- of «he H|)anl(irt!« In h»v»
*nt out of »!jrli» of m««t «f «or ve»
*f\* In « ft-w min'MfH. Thi« r»»ult
woul<l un<l«>iibt*<lly have brrn dlfT«r
,hi Tb*r*-far*. It In my opinion that
If lh« tlm« of «•«•»?»« had Ix-rn «Wt
fur tb» evrntjiif th» rr«ult would
ha»if t«"Mi 'nmri* iurceiwfui. Th«
whol» nlsiht would haw hi>l|>»d lh»
CSpatitartl* lo evnd» lh«lr ; -iIiTTI,
and uperUlly ha.d the hour br^n »»t
(n <-oinclrt* wlih « rmimlne Hiirm,
whl<h would hnv«> <tlmlnl*>r<l th» In
!■ .■ i-n <of our «nrchllcht» and
would »iav»- gr<f»ily Incr^aaed th«
IntMiilly "f the darkne»a."
The author. «i«mkirß of th« r—
lM>rt« lurrn-d In l.y ih» v«rlmj» ,m
--«>r» iiffrr ihf dc«tr»u-(lon of C*r»
v*r«'§ flfpt, a»y» th« acrount <.f th«
haltl* ȟbmltu-* by Itfar Admiral
Hihlcjr cnntmrtlrtw! In varlf«» de
lalla lhon» »*nl nent In \<Y <be hat-
Itcuhlp raplalna, «i.rn»l»«ly *«a
.•» 11. I tly ml.uk.-n. and It »«i Jil'l«
v<i nn-.il.i- to forward rpt«rla •'*!
i:v«n». fhlllP. Taylur .if I Clark,
that contradicted the statements or
tn* second la cwmmand. The •»*«•
lion of Harepson was drawn to th*
li». r. |„i!i< v. "Oh. well. "* wild,
Whal does It matter? Th- battle
nan WOO. Ho. wbat'S id' ua» of
b.itherlna-r'
However, K«ni|.»«n finally decided
to send for Hchley »n<l the result
was hat the lalter withdraw hl» or
iKiiinl report and submitted th.- only
ma known !■• the puMle.
The author uri th«( th* fsmou*
dispatch l«.v!titi'ri'l "The Fleet un
der my command," ■""• announcing
Hi. victory of July S. although sign
al by Hampson wa» not written hr
him.
PASSOVER NEAR AT HAND.
Celebration of the Festival Be
gins Saturday.
The greatest feaat of the Jewish
ix-.j-lr. th* r«««t.\«r. I* near at hand
and to* celebration of the sacred fes
llval will u-itin »n Marrh ?.".. In
Ji-nnh household* all over th« rltr
l»\l»h |ir*paratlon» ar« b»lnir m*(1«
for Ih* obvrrvanr* of thla. th« ••»rll
c»t "Ind^prniipnc* r»*y" In th« hl«
--tory of th* world, for this fwi»t >■
hpld In commemoration of th* tlm»
when the l»r i. lu.n bruk« away from
Ktyptlan boDdaC* and Ht out la
f •■■•k the I .in I of Canaan.
Thi. fcaul of th* l'at»ovi>r l»lil«
i iirhl darn, irnli-avrned brrai! tak«i
thr pUe* of ordinary loavea and all
rooklnc utrnall* mull b<> rhajieml.
K»*ery rrumb of common br*ad It
««• pi from the house, and on* of th •
primary features of th« feant la th*
thorough car. h that mini hi mad«
by the head of the hou»« for rnjmtMl
iii-ii may have <"»o»t-<'1 the noun
wife's eye.
Pardonable Confusion.
"And thin la the end." <r|.-.1 th*
Klrl with the low. broad forehead,
from which the dark tresses rippled
fir., mil «h» was Intrrenltnic rather
than beautiful. *< . Ac, wringing
her hand*.
"Wens you. no." replied the In
evitable man In the frnrk coat »n4
Cray trouser*. "this Is the first chap
ter."
V. I th- confu«lon Into which «h»
had fn'li-n wan altogether pardon
able. The shrewd i.-.'.1. will at ones
rcrocnla* her aa th.- Invariable char-'
actor In the old romantic flrtiaa
where i ■!)■ 'I trouble* ee.iaed Immt-dl
nii-ly one married; and naturally »h*
felt a bit »trnt>«e now to be trans-
Lit- d Into th.- r.«lli"U. novel, »h««
one's dllTlrultles da not fairly begin
until on* I* weildeil.—l>etro4t Jour
nal.
9
TIMES
OUT
OF
10
The Mm Who Buys .\
Business Suit
I l ookln ■ f« .i
Certain Pattern
9 Times Out of 10
He Finds it Here
10 Times Out of 10
lie (iet*. Quality with
Pattern in Tlii* store
J.REDELSHEIMER&Co
Strongtlt lop Cjal Hoim In Hit Sim
First Ayr .. tor. Columbia St.

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