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op horrid war. Three skeleton ciini.inl. nf Infant, ry-lso nu n In nil - Imlf fin-ed to iln fl-llt nil tin linlil wlni; i.r II division rxteinli'tl in Iriiuli- lino ii, ,111; n mik fringed with tree, and there to hold IU ground at nil hazards. We on the Uailk have iki nivci, hut fur,. rloaroil fid Imlf it mil,' w, (. ,in, ,,,P atriiiu Mil lii slncl,. line Xo bullet uro 11 riti at um from In front, Imt there I a tnuly ami vengeful plug! plug, plug! tl'iilu tin- dot lead liiiu n behind IIH ml i it tin' liiiiiU of our minis, b racing iIh smith We stand at "piinult. real." ami lake 11 hit lever 1 ics with out wincing. .Now ami turn a bullet uuda ltn hllld hh, a lnlll B,,e iiown. Imt tin- "steady, m.-tt of tiM M. ni..r l-flitlllll r.- .-litit Hiivlliim; lk.. roliftl ion In the lines. Nothing trim tin uerveM more Hum to lie under lire In line without 111, .v. mii, ill. Imt rili' nit.l dlnfliiii. nre strong factor mi a but tl in-Ill. At tl ml nf Imlf 1111 limir tvc have eleven imn iIohu. Two nf II1.111 me otltrt-i Ii'i.m the n-ur Hue. The tin' ah, 111: the rrrfk ha grown hotter. Imt our llneit me holding ili.-lr own an, I do H iiiiii i'i., 11 UM take rare of the. Hunk. 1 if a Hint. I, 'ii n linrxi'in.iii rldr nut of tli, wihhN In front i f n ami In spect imr HiHllimi through hi cIukm. We fitly know hint tn nil nllloer, Imt IilH gius.t putiHe lil in to i-iuiiit every man i,f iin niiiiont ti ll the t'olor of 1 rie h li iiii U hair niul eye. He Imlils I hi glass iimiii tin for sixty second ml then ill.i'H'iu mining tin tree "Attention;'' i.'iIIm the senior f.ii;iln, ami the I, ii" ilr,"i In mi Instant. "Inf. iiili)' In tin winds!" t I i i ; i m pii'li Iran to hi uclghtum. "Wi ll, let 'em mine. If liiey lire too ii.nny for tl, felllf.in I'llll lltH W ill In' HI III o 111. Ah! '1 1 1 'i I'm biisimn;" Thrii gait of u battery n me gill loping up mi our hi' lit ami niillinU r. nml a cheer goes alone ' lltn-. Midi llrst -grape 11ml i .inlMier next. The arti tm Will lave a rlear wu p over the h.l.l 'There they mine, nml If cavalry Instead of Infantry!" "Sternly, men! No talking In the ranks! Now, then, mt 11 h until the)' thill hush ilnivil tlnte, mill then sll-nt t, kill! " l ive liumlriil rivalry men riih1 rut from miller the tr. e uixl ,,riu tip tw I, lie 1I1 ep. The three guilt l'M'll til tiieni nt nine with hhill. but th" lim-l r,,nil iiinl ill ,i l:li,l 'I' 111" with a i"! luminal rVfliin a,linli:i'l, 11 c rail lot hear the elil. r 1 f "I'lili.- ajilieisV Imt we 1. mil tie f. 1 h if and mil iliaw M long Inin'i Tiie gun eve lull's i,t In! with irr.it'. a-.iil t',e , 1 1 u r ' u ri' V' a t ut mi a f .mil im iin : r mini our own. Th" hli.'in I I iv Trt! "i;:il!,.p!" "I "mi: 1: :-' t,i ' liiey mine, e r trx H'j' wh'rlin:; hi 1 Ml'i r aU' .i I II h -a I nml je;.li:i; -I'vet y I at I lie 1 p of his i il. "M h I;-. I i! I.ft 'fin r t t;i jnaie nml .inier In ! I ion 11 w.''i th,e iunk'"ia nit III- let! 'lit.;:' lit'.'l, ar p that i hf.'li.U III the i','li tei ! Walt! Wall! .,, t!e it t V111!" r.ootu! 1 niu! I . m!" fr ni the ki n llollNe .shotted with iii'Me ; vln' a Wen- l.f'il p'llnl Mink lull the ih.tr; IliS ".pia lt.ill. nil, I llif I II r::ii nf iihih ketry aa efty 111.n1 julliil the trW.''- I 1 ne lame uikiniii. l.-u l.'el 10 tli' ritht of li e a tl.- , r droke lhnmi''i j mi' line - ti n fift tn in,' , ti t.,,.,ii, j (nil only t In Hi,,. I i .mi hy tlie nth III the nnr 'I he Nin,,ke 1 I u I'liiii:) f.r a in, 1:11,-111 to i'lM ,in t VinU. Imt we li 'iir the irr,mti nf : tv1itml.1l l.oima-ihe rrii a nml rur r f w'.niiiihil im n -tin. thii.l nf IkmiU ':i ( the i.-'ft rnrih. We load ami lite :'t Will ililo tiie fl'ilid. tun p'iitlv lie wind hi, lit the ii,ike ami wlii.l-i It : away mid the older rninea to ri-.i'-e tir ing. Where la the Imdy nf rat airy Mhii h rhnU'd tt'' A 1-,-ore nf h.,r,iiii 11 down mi tie lift - miollter aeoie ni.av 'II llnlda III Claaa In fur Milr Mernail lit Thraj lilMaiirara ( Trvea." to the ik'lil- tt Imiii h of tlnMU Junt illa aiH'Ht Iin,' Into (he WnmU fmiu wlieuee they mine, their ret li-n I li.inleiuil hy tint' ahrlekini; fhelli mui nrt, t them from the cuua. Uu our front n dox'ti bo rut a ni" llnilnii iihnitt thirty oth er nre ilotvn. ti or t'Uht iliani.iunt' I'd hut tlinvoiimlid Iioohtn Imld lip their hamla mid t-ome walklne In lo mirreiider-alMiTti woiindi d eiiea try nut or riliae ua -twenty two Ule l.vlli tlead tipoli the pranK. "Well il"lie, hnys-that waa flood hootinc!" aata the nior raplatii. "i;iad ! Iiiim' I'i'en nf a,-rtliv, ir!" aalute the luiltery lleuli'liiuil, it lie adtnmi'H. A l.rlni Jnkrr. At Ihe aei'ond haitle of Hull I.im ruir rtdotiel waa nlilered lo hold n m;ihii oil the rltlht HI whaleter roft; mid Hie Word waa passed iilmic the llnea that 110 one ahouhl ),' lo the ivur on uny 1 fxcnxe, evi'ti for Itih iartihU''a. I or tvt lii'tlta V.i' I. iv la linei nn lh, Ktouml wlihnitl lit iin: n l",l. tl"n! :!i the enemy' Indicia, and pow 11 ml tl.c 1 aliclt, fell nmmii; its I 1 tvmti'd niid ! kll. While we Were riidtiil.ii.' It ri ' lioat we inuld 11 private 1 .uu '.1 Mc lookiHt hack at lit.- ;n.i ti.i m il i.t-' id- "I'np. tan 1 co to th. i.;t nitt'.' water)" "AkT.inat prdi'ia," v.ni I lie r.'ply. ! Jlva uiluutea later H.neua ! ili.-d "1 jAM, (a k mid In I J out a Moody hand and an hi: "'m. i;nl tin to the rear ami hart Ihe thiliiu if tllt n ta'tl ?" 'WKaiiut nrilera!" waa thu anawef. Pet en or t'luhl inllilltea Inter MrTpni reii lvi'il a Imlh't In hla aliouhler, ami, "Ittliiir up, he irec Imn haml to bia vtiminl nml iiirrli'(l : "fit l. mil I K' t II"' rear with two woumlHy "Walt until the c,.,m 1 rninea thla way ami I'll 11 k him." The I'lilonel waa th, n rhlliut down to tii U'liiuii the Hum. In a Unit live tnlniitea he waa up, ami our cuptalu 1 . - Haandaf waa nlMi'ii to mhlri'Ha lilm, when 8te vriia ralletl nui : 'Vev..r itiln.l f',ii.1'iii it.. 'i, I mnn ami 1I011 1 tvmit t.i un to the rear" Wl'h thai he fell over nml atr.ieirl'il for 11 mouietit nml waa ila,l A Imllet I, .ill ,iiki" 1 lour throiik'li lil 111 K-fore lie 111II11I nut. lalklaa ll Oirr Thrw fix m I lis after Jiw Skinner le K"it, fr, in our t i 1111 nt he waa rapt tu' il mi IiIn f 11 nil lit Inline hy the ,to t"Ht iiiatKluil ami neiit dark to hla rrs; iini'iil In iroiia for trial, lie ha, I lie- lti-,1 In the fare of the enemy, uml II wa tri'm-ritlly Ih'H.'vi'iI that lie would le i-li,,'. nml irreit wan the ualoulHh inei.l, thi refoie. wlii'ti he rt "f with a tlini' 111,'iiilm' ai nii'in e In the lry T,,: iiu:i hen Jim- uaa limuuht Ih fnre Inn Jmli M he li.nl a Kltlipl,' alnry to ti'll. in:, I he tol, I It lu a Mmplf wny. .Vti.l l,e: 'I f"t to thluklu It nil over, ami ii n e 1,1 the linn IuhIhii Unit We il had ri.'.rrli .:ir. I kiiirti il out from ramp .Ov r 'v t 'ir-; ipr Tallklaa ll liin :.ml ki'i'' wulklu' nml waUlu nntll I 1. I II leh. '11,1... Jiihuiiv, v h.ir ve (.'"In".'' " 'Into the I i.i' 11 i un.p lo ai.'p thil wn'i.' "'Ami I wna Jt Coin "Into your truiiii to do tiie .line lliiiik". Let a ao it itMi Mid nn, and li thllik'Ti up.' "Walt." ro:t imii'd Joe, "we ant nml Mil, uml we Flunked ami Mimked. nml we talked nml taik.il. He waa a friendly iinh, uml hli.ie l lie K.ild he'd I clo In If I Would I mid I waa will 1 In', ami wo khnok hamW on It. I nay i v.,. ran t ati'it (he war, Imt we inn pi h ..ne and nt!,. our own l"iiin-. mid I ' kiI I hi d do ll If 1 would. 1 atari e, home, and that nil Iheie la to It, mi l If the war i-m't atoped 1 in Hot lo lilame for ll!"- lMri.lt Tree I'ri'a. Uerarat llenlha a( tkt Orraa. l;y alow tli-crera we are nettltfg t; Liiow the tMtitoiir of tln aea Uittoiu filiiin't aa will aa we do that of the Mirta,- nf the land, Imt It ennuot l raid that we luivc found the det-pt-at water ou earlh. Ii.itha of ti) T,.'!ii fivt Imvc bi'eti re.irlied In th Norili Ailnntlc from time to time, and one of "J7.1:ii feet waa illnnvervd III the North I'aellli off the tmteru tuitat of J iuin. wlu-re there la 11 teiuai kahlo jTlllf or iepr. F.lon. All thene Iiie.tatirt leenta have, liowever, lat-n tiutalrliH'l I, y oiie rei cully taken Hotitli of the l'lii mllv Isha In Ihe S..U1 ll l'lli'llle .y II. M. S. IViu'.iin. A ih pth i f '.':, UM fe-t hnd lain uiiiikid when the aouml Inn wire kateoul hefore the li-nd had reached tli, buttnm. A freali aonltdlng Will therefore have to lie made Indira we tun It'll the full depth of water at thia apol. IaiiuIoii I'uhlie tip. ill,, u. Iba aenamlloa aa Mai Aanptri. Yoiini; Mia. VeniKlnide-t'nii you aii.V'i uny wny at till In which 1 1 an make home inert' attractive to tny kna liiml? tild Mr. MullMrry tlnrtlyl Yon iul;:lit Invli one of your lim-hand'a idd atvi-elhearli to aluy two or line nioullia with yon. Sotueft Ule (Mann) Journal. III Klaii. "I want a fountain cn, aeeT" eald li e ceiitlcm.in with (lie l-H iiitf hl-owa mid (he lilu titiliii: e,ml. "Yea, ulr; all rl'iht. air," aaitl the Mi,'p mill. "We have tin- i-rr tliiln; you w.itit th imtil n'a ir-,riie. Just llll ll l' n.fllrl. Illllil a -.1 ll Wiil U''Vli tit v n:v" li.iiliniipolihJouiii.il Will riruv.,1 nviie-'.l.t 1 I I ll )oil, wt'va .' I ,",11 i f n .l iiii' -Ihe e ,' i . .1. . ; ! a . .- 1 1 .1 h id l.ei J .. i.v I -'i" la. luiiiM- IV. si-l : .e I I I ' Jll . IX OLD-TIME SOUTH. POWERFUL TALK OF BATES OF THE WONDERFUL VOICFfc iiaulaofcy Oralorf Thai CbaraiMt- kuahla( Aaauaar4 bjp Iki Klnclot f lha Court llnuu Hell Walllnt tat lb (Mil t mtgar. rfflLTvINO of the rere nt polithal I S ratnpalKn an oh- hi'ivant t it l ma n 1 At h',1.1 ia IjniiHvlIln i os . . -. rv; J, 1 oiirier-journai re- J lt-i f porter: -rernupa inere naa uceu uioi" pulltlcal atump t-lo-queiiee heard In Kentucky than ever hefoia ami rela tively ax inn. h aa In Im.h. when there were four electoral Ih keta iM'fore the peuple mid r.-preai litallvea ttf three of tl.i-m actually or. the aliimp. At Ihe rifk nf heluR rl.iM'fd 1 fury I nuiat any Hint there la 110 audi pnpular t'loipienre Low ua (hire waa In the long ar,o W. ('. I. Itreikenrhlre falla ahort of Thom.ia K. Maoiiall. Hi-nalor l.lmlaay falla ahort of Klljah lllee and Kenator Illackhitrn falla ahort of William T. Wlllla. There were Rliinta tn thoxe day. Incaiiae there were orrnalona for thini. "Iltlt, rpeaklnx of aliimp apeakeri, I wish to rdate an anerdote whlrh han the merit of truth If notMnR flue. It waa In lCfi, I lu'lleve-tlie eiact date ia not important, for It waa atxuit that era -Jnmea P. ltatea. then of Glaaitow and Inirr nf Hon llnu firren, made a lour of Ketitiicky, deliveilng aieerhea in ad- vn, .icy of the demorrallc ennae. "On the tour I nieak of lie had an ap pi.li.ttiient lo apak at HarrodMmrR, Vii.er ttmtiljr, and hamllillla atinnnnr Iiik the event had heen M.ated in the tou aeeka In advance nf tie date. Thiro realded at Harrrnhhiira an In tel, se uhie. Thomaa Martin, who had foimerly lived III Ilarren enunty, and IhoUKh he hated ltatea' polltlra he knew the rnpahltltli-a of Ihe man. lie knew thai hlue-nraaa people, aa a rule, had a very poor opinion of I'ennyr'ile, nnd did not think anytlilng very ex,-et ut tmild rome mil of aa pronounced a IVnn r'lle eutmty ail Itirn u. So Mar tin, w hen he found llatin waa 1.1 ap. ak I i Mcncr toiinty. her.an to herald hlni int one of the leading orntnra of the ' at.ile. He would any: "Junl watt until ' Col. Jauica I. ltatea r.Ma here; he'll ' aliow mi what r!oi icice la.' Hla 1 worda were received wiih Ineredilll'y ' nnd even wl'h derlnlon, hut he prmUteJ ' ami finally he atireeedej In aroualng the 1'iirloalty of the w hnb rotntuunlly. mid a a;len,,1 audteme aaa aaaured Ihr.ea 1111, mi hla apitearar.re. "At bat the day arrived and with It llaies. M irtln and al.ou! a doien other filenda were anting In front of the tavern -there waa no 'hoicl' iVn am! ahuit 11 o'lloelt In Ihe forenoon liiey mw appton-hlng a tall and ur.cniih fl;'''re. altii.ist grote.jne In rarii-n a .ll.'il llnea dtiaier, a ro'lej a''e;ile hut. ol!.l trniiiura thai r, Vlitiiljed tn ally to Ihe knee, rp.m'tig a pair of 'Hue-mixed' home knit, yarn ork Im'Kily roverlri? fplmlle fliaiikt. unJ Jin-I pho.e h'.i.xn, milled, that werif riie'y a hist jimi'i plowh.,r.'. All thia lei:l,l,' nil old Rei-I'ltten Kray in.vre. I .n-ii, 1 vinn eneai. mr me n.iv vtasj oidilng l i'l. It .1J .'.Iin. . II itft ! "He r: e up to the I iverti and 1 efore . ... ... I:,. ,..s!t'.oil!l!e t he l,..".w, t ..... I,. II... vt i ,- ,,at ,. man who ever lu-a.d It . t'v,rI,.rr,, :'lcmv.,r,.n hnv areyotiT :-, g lid to ce you. Mr I want a dr.,:, III I nil ,. u.i 1. tu o n uu' e 111 e 1 ran cci tin Ite.t lii'.-.or.' M.ir.in v.as I'.n.rir.i !. for hi- c UM pit 11 1 . 11 K e;e lIl nU. , v till laiighter and tajovrd I.Ih cl,!. i.t ,ai. bj.rra-.sn, cut. He nr.s.utc.1 liati by shaking him ty the hand mil leading I, It. 1 lo tiie lutei n bar, win re both took 'hog-d river..' He then w 1 nt nut an I t.H.k lUitea- saddlebag oil the old rray mare, carrl-d them Inside and bad the beat room In the houe put .j rom mls'lon. Halts' ai.lil wui not Initiiacit. late and Martin fished out from Ihe rnd.llrh.iKJ a ticaii im. :r.c.t. e .nt out for the town barber nnd had hi friend diicntly shaved, hla tlothea brushed, shnea polh.hej and smoothed. hat "Hntts complained of bcl-.g very tired and auxloua for an bour n teat ,ir.. was fast asleep on Ihe lied before Martin h , I 1 ,' - 1 finished arrnnitlrg his wai Ii ,ihc. Mar- 1 slino bteu losbKxchatige. tin went downstair. ai,d,t!:eie be wa.t ' unmercifully guytd by hU Irlemls and j - I'.e far ituaioaitt. aaiunlnlMiices of bntii paitte. but his j I'.r-.illlun dhthn nds are 11114 Udng Clily answer waa: 'Co and !u ar huu, go ; pi t u a iiov.l and liiterri llng use. A nnd hear him. mntleiu. n, and you ".I tl.iu mk t,f it eel. seven fed in dla change vuur tune. They all said the,' ' Meter, has s; v . a at Intervals of abo.it would not mUa It for any cunsld ratio-i. I cue rnd onc-h. If liuhca, Theiie simcei I'pon Ihe iliiKing of t'.i Diet i.ivui, are hll. I In rith plccis ol sir, 1 I imt bell Martiu took Butcher .Silver' Up to Dates, who n alrc.nl) up uml pel forming his ablution. Aftei he was dlrsacd and Ihe lliiur ilt'inU tin y tie acended to Ihe dlntre, rot'.u, w in r .1 Kale at a hearty nu!. iif'.cr w hich tie tat down for nw title uiuVr the shad1 Ines In front of Ihe tavun. gossiping wlih Martin about old 1,1,1, and id, I flit mis 'down In ll.tr'u.' "When the sprat, It.:,- was amuv.iticeil by the rinr.liu of Hi court-liout.- 1 i ll. Hates and M.iitln proceeded ta thai building, already cvcri'.o ving vvlili peo ple, ninny of ;)icm ilia,- n from Idle t url oslty (o he.T what s ut o'. talk unti aa odii-louklng old toic-T wciiid nuke "Hates usi-ci'dcd Ihe :i le's star..! a:i ) npcnetl w ith the 1 dertrij pi d TrlUnv cltliena,' Hla Mr:mr aspect waa chi.tiged. Ilia cvti, hi 111.111111 r. his voice were (hose of Ihe n,liure-i,mtde, orator, lie know iw.i thliva -the law and t'Oiltlcs- and on that invasion he dhcuscd pnlitleal Isaurs like the mas ter he was. Those who came lo t:iocH remained (0 ap;d.,ud, and for two hours hi held hla aiiillenc nlranred. Tom Martin tn the h',l't man In Mi rer rimnty that iiU;hl. Jlatt proeecd-1 nn lila way, and M 1'hamio, In Marlon county, lie had an axnerienea very hka that nt HarroilHhiirK. "lie waa not a prartlral politician. ". waa loo ImiKjlltlc for that. Ha waa no rh-elhmeer; lie waa too liliuit for (hat lila amhltlnn waa to attain a aeal In rnnareaa. hut the only time he waa nominated was when Ma erctlon wni lioiiideaa. It waa In is:,5. and Lis ap' -li' aralnat knownothlnKlam that yenr are yet euh.Rl7.1d In the tradition of the old 3d district. He wna elected lo the h'Klhlalure, and when Ihe apavlned old atate odlce of president of Ihe hoard of Internal Itnprovpn.enta waa yet ex Iftenl he waa nominated for ll becaua of hla trcin are nil, nl power on the atump. "After the war he waa frequently a candidate for ofllie; hut a new gmiera llot. had niM iiri that knew not llitet, liin lulu, wan unimpaired and he waa In pidlih al accord ih the p;re.ii inajorltv of the people 0f l. nlu. ky ami of Ihe 3 dlelrlel; Imt he waa too hlmil, too plain apoken. loo little of a w'.re puller to aueeeed In a ronvt lit Inn." HOW THE TRACER WORKS. lro Who Ail.lpl , linri)( rnrrhs.rrf art Initalliaral. One of the mnM Important nun In Ihe empoly of a firm that makea tpeelalty of aelll,,, roo,, 0 ,np , riallmeni plan U ihe "trail r." Ilia duty, aa hla name aifnilfiea. U to find out Ihe whereahqiila of ilillnquent rna lomera who think to g. t out of the trouble of futme pellicula hy quietly moving aaay and neKlcrtlng to leave Ihelr new addreaa. Nothing rould he more foolUh than nidi a rourKe. for thla la a feature of the husine that the IniitBlimettt hoiiM-i hte r-du. e-l lo a a, li-nre, anya the New York World. II la ohvlntia that In tMa e!y the gn-iit majority of Ihene who purchase koo Is on w.ekly paymeuta live la fl.ita. Thla uiakeii it rotnparail .y mi matter for the ilea lira lo k-ep them ll.lder aurvellUiiie, f..r one r;f the fust thlnga Ihe r.illc.-'-r (!ih la lo aee t!ic Janitor and Infirm 1,1m which f:ilnit.e III ihe r.otiM- have bni fht tooda on tha j luatalline.it pba. ll lava to f.-e the ii nitor for : iU nrvl. e. for ha la In a ' movln. Is alM.ni la'mi,. .... ... j Vm 1 1 Inn tt t. ., v. Information he gives (he collector Las been -he mean, of Mpplng n the bud many . well laid h'me lo Ke, 0..t ot Pivliigafu.alii.r Llll. Hotnctlmo, ol 10-iive. It hipm na that a .lish.m' ... family will move a.ar In a,h . h. ,r. that the Janltcr I. unable lo Info, m ilb ! '" n'r,'il,J""'r """forts of llfe-but. the firm In time. In such an event ihe 1 ' ke Adlim' ,tb n I-'l"'-""' no help "traeer" la p it on t'; csw e ets d" bp"'',T Prt,nii to wl" ,0 ""T about hla work with the n..h.i r .1,. oun "msn between ages referred to. iralcd dectm tlve 11. 1. ..ni. J with ihe sane nml a.Idreai of ever furnlture ir.over in the city and Lta -quaimance among ihe lidm-ra I. an' f xtenrdve thut It la more than llkelv hm 1 h.1B a peltom.l frlli I a:nun tha o,,.n wlu la.ived (he family he Is lacking. With i'ih advantasia 1.1b (ask la cot nearly ao turd ss the uninitiated won! 1 Imi'giae, and (hcie would lie fewer at tempt, made to "biat" the Installment dealers If It were better known how very little diance a person til's to suc tei I A sti.ra'.e very ofif n adopted tu throw Ihe "tracer" off Ihe scent is Ii have the ftiri.lt ure d. livcnd at oc I luce an Immediately afterward tak tn !. hero ly ano her mover. I tl .1 Main. A surprHlnj discovery hs lately ( , 1 I' -cn m Irt In A aw. 1 .. it-t, m " IIOI.anQ. Of i ' T" K5 I J'1'. tliowlrg th re o-.is In Central Arrlrj, ; n)i" i ,fon r(.d!til.CVCI,.d ty u , , , .. r. . . Si.itliry - " - 1 UV1 1 1 1 1 W I - r. it on furnished hy ro.liiKuese trad- ,,-; and are utrprl dnciy accurate. d.i .our.:e of Ihe Cur.Ko river, under : iiituthrr name, It laid down. The maps j an- :i,fO:!ip.iule.l by wri'.ltig giving ln- f ittitutloii ilerlvid from the black of , I! :' itriat Ibkea whh-li form il, of the Nile and which Livingstone and anlcy called Ihe Victoria Nyania. ah tne mouern ulacoverlcs were ma, I hy men who did not know that thla leu Itcry bad hei n lo some extent mnppnl and explored nearly two cen lurii before. Th Zambesi territory waa belter known to the rortugues 1 in Ion) than It la to modern tllwov- , T , i ... inrm. 1 nej 11.1,1 many settlements at . the mouth of Ihe Zambesi river, but 1 t!ue were overthrown by wild hordes uf blat ka, and all trace of them has ,(H.'i!y l.t, -nl Into these nre set li t i 1 : 1 ; 1 1 1 : ; i 1 m ff.ivl In countersunk strew- 1 1 Tin y are aniitii cd lu groups ol d.l.t mid are io ilscnl thut they do lint foilow 1 ti" (Aactly after the other tu .he rut. but i.di lino laV.ia Its own ii.irtie. Thla kind nf circular saw l us-tl III citttii.s up bl.u'ka of atone and mi er.iolr.'.t Ii It thai In cs,i than two Mid t rr-l.:.lt )eitr ui.c baa cut 4Jo.ni' .1.1 e ft r: of ttoi.e. at a i-tMt of a lllllf !c.-s than 1 pti.iiy n icpiare foot, in this time. I.(ii i-wr. It has been founc 1:1. 1 ' ry (o lei.ow twenty of (he tecti tie iivn.-i e cut of which has beet aim,! S hhiil.t k-i r l,H,!h.-K,hani;' I mi mil viaV.t I aw. Ac.-irdl-ii; to tn old custom In thr Hutch vlUic,,! of Katlyk the twe Uhitrch l: id .i are ntrg without Inter- mtsidcn. dny and MRhl, from th Slat to the :.Mh of IVccmber ever rear. No reason Is given for Ihe custom, but 1.0 far all eTorl to Hop th madden ing noise have proved futile. It bat always been done for centuries, tad that Kttlc It. IN THE ODD CONNER. 60ME OUEER AND CURIOUS fHASES OP LIFE. Tka Maa Wha Waal TTIfa I'ara Jlo Allaatloa la Up Xmmr aiorf af hatel Will II Wm a lluodoa Taar Without aaaiaiar Other Mrhlag. ACK In tha ailent far-away, (Oh, how far we can never tell') Tnere la a memory of aome sweet day, A aound aa of a veaper bell, A aoft word whis pered, apoken alow, A bliinli for an anawer, a head hung low, A kUa In the twilight on lips that (low, Kroiu hejtrta aa light aa thistle blow. Another day with a golden dawn. (Oh. huw gladly the hells did chime') The sun shone bright on the wedding morn. Ami life waa sweet In the dear old time, A dear vow taken, spoken clear, A murmured pledge, without a fear; A farewell lo kindred and home so dear. And smiles and blessing and scarce a tear. Yet another day w ith a dawning dread, (The wind blew cold, and the brown leaves fell.) . And softly we covered th fare of the dead, And hope had fled at the funeral kndl. A tear dropped on the marble cheek, lint no reply from the lips so meek. No pain for her why (hould we wtep? "He glvt'th Hla beloved sleep." He Mama a Wlfa. Tha Manchester Star contains thla peculiar advertisement: "To all th 1 young girla of Clay and adjoining coun ties between the age of IS and 2:, whom ll may concern, be It known: That I, Jarvla Pluner, whose postofflce address Is Pigeon Koost. CUy County K - ""f of "n'1 n'l,, " tM of contracting and being contracted ' 01 tl"Kan 'rnl ' ' f8 'nd tt0rM 1 ',,h th Ux"'t lmP'ov''' Poland-China ' h"K' chickens, together ho w!" an Eve to me and share the ' f,'ni,oru n'1 J' ' W home and for- e n "erh of ro flr,h ni ton of '"' loue" all of my realty and pera.mal erect, and promise to be to her a kind and loving husband He It understood thatno girl who la named Fuae need apply. The girl, lo order to be accepted, muat be well recommended and of good form and pretty face. No ciosa-eyed woman need apply. This Is a rare opportunity." Tli (alar at Tf. The artlllclal rye ia cheap enough." says a famous maker of these articles "The best kind only coats a few dollars. : and It lasts gem rally about a year. My 1 customers Indudt! runny prominent 1 men. Those people are chiefly sports men. who have an accident while shoot Ins. The mud frequent louses of slphl occur among children, through their carelessness with fireworks, ston throwing, and the like. "Cut of (he S.Oi0 people I attended In the course of the year, I have noticed that the color of their eye marks the itlu'erent localities lu which they reside The commonest hue la the gray blue; and with s.arcely a single exception all my patients In New Kngland have eves of that color. In the west, the prevail 1 UK color Is haze) and dark brown. In New York, however, you get aa Taried a mixture of color In the eye as you do In people. The rarest colored eyes ar violet. Curiously enough, out of th thousands of patients who have passed through my hands I ran only call to mind two of them who had eye of a violet hue. A rremaiara MMta He leaned In a dejected attitude against one of the division railing on the main floor of the Bourne, every now anil then gritting hi teeth and muttering word that the Record wouldn't think of printing. For he had troubles of hla own, and to a solicitous frleud i.e told this story: Ile made business trip to Heading on Monday, and, drifting Into the company of a few of the "boys," was persuaded to take a drive around the beautiful environs of the capital of "ault Herks." Knowing how such drives usually terminate, he business clothes, or even aa outing ault, I'urlng the entire social season men lava been noticed making afternoua 1 r awiJ ' wV5l w calls dresMd la sack snlta aa j eo'. rad ahlrts, and whlla at I! 'at they wir lookeit upon as being from th oiu try, they are r yarded now as the airiy illaclplaa of a ne cult. On laat Thursday, at Ih, hour f a weilrrn aenaior. calibrated far tla wealth and laTlsh hnapitall't. th young man employed sa lb menter of the senator's wife In social mattara was here, there and everywhere In tfc great parlors with hla blryde "'rouaer guar.la" atlll attached to hi ankles and his feet Incased In russot shoes. Two giienta from a western c!y In leaving th house commented on th young man's appearance, and on of them criticised hi apparent lack of good breeding. His friend explained, howerer. That this young msn was employed by the senator's wife at a high salary to man age social affsirs tn her huiishold .. they should be mansged, and that he was preaent In his bicycle clotba for th very purpose of advert Isloj the fsct that the lea or raveptlon. or whatever the hoatesa' guests might ehona to call her regular Thuraday at borne, was Intended to be an entirely unconven tional affair according to the new cod of etiquette, and she hoped this wouU be uderstood by a Glance at Ihe social dictator's appearance and behavior without the neceslty of alvertUlDg It. 1.4 lor toll.rllsf Jmtt, An American woman of artistic lastes, who has traveled abroad a good dial, while looking ab'iut for something to collect that ws wither apoona, tea cupa nor postera, hit upon the Idea of gathering little Juga and muga. Krlends aoon learned of the new fad and aided her In adding to her collection. Wher ever she went she would pick up a tiny Jug. or perhaps two or three, until now she has over J"0. None of them Is over three Inches lung and they are In all colors and repreaent many colora and potteries tiny amphore from Southern Italy, Etruscan Jars from Tuscany, miniature oils from Fpaln and Mexico, aquat pictures from Holland, wee quaint schooners from Germany, diuks from England and '.title brown Jugs from everywhere. All these are strung upon Mlrroneslan cord and the odd orna ment Is festooned on her wall against a background that shows up the varied colors to advantage and makes the bits of earthenware and china distinctly decorative. Harper'a. Aa AlMat-Mlad4 Maa. "There waa a man up In Corham.' says a member of the South Paris Geo. Washington Club, "who used to keep a pig In his barn cellar and fed him through a spout from the Boor above. One day he remarked to his wife: 'I hare lo go down and see what alls that pig: he doesn't eat at all lately.' 'Why, William 11. Illankr replM his wife, 'you killed that pig three weeks ago." 'I swan.' said he, 'so I did. I'd forgot ten all aliont It.' One tlise a man came and paid him some money while h was milking. When he got the milk ing done, he went to put the money away In a drawer. He opened th drawer and turned the whole pailful of milk Into It." Uewlaton Journal II Was lloiMlaa. How 111 luck will sometime follow a ea captain Is shown by the wreck ol the schooner William Wilson, which war run down and sunk hy a barge In tow of a tug one night a week or so ago. while she was at anchor between the Handkerchief and Shovelful Shoal lightships, off Nantucket, although her light wi re burning and she waa not tn the regular track of vesm la. It was the first trip of Capt. Gaytnn In th W!!' on, he having only a few week before Icat the chooner Nellie Clark on Grand Manan. at the entrance to the nay ot Fundy. Th arhooncr M. J. Chadwlck rac Into the sunken vessel on the next night and tore the mast out of her. Wkar Ha Wear. II r rirtara. The Slav to the weed who divides hla affection between his girl and hla pipe may now combine the two ele ments of his passion moat admirably. A 'biladelpbla tobacconist ha hit ! upon the arhema of placing a tulnla- lure photograph In the b-swl of a pipe, on th aide nearest th atem. Thua the lover may puff way at hki piga and have the image ot hla aweetheart for- ever before hi eye. Instead of carry- lug his best girl picture tn a locket or th CSS of a watch, the UD-tO-date - - - " "'"' "-u in tun area win now transfer It to Uie bowl of his pipe. -Philadelphia Record. A Naval WIIL Thrra hai been unearthed among a bundle ot old court documents at Haiti more the following unique will, exe cuted by Mrs, Anna K. Kuhn year ago. It read a follows: "This, my last w ill and testament, I bequeath all my Jew elry to Kate, my old clothea to Anna. my books to Frank, my good w ishes to ""Herman and Philip, and request that j hey go to church at least six lime a ear, and a sweet memory of myself to tuy loving better half, and also my In- j erilnnee from my father lo go to Anna 1 nd Kate Jointly. My laat w ish, Anna E. S .. L B. . Ullll. V.r Wltkaal Suaiaor, Seventy-nine yeara ago waa the year Ithout a summer. Frost occurred every ninth In th year 1M6. Ice formed half Inch thick In May. Snow fell to ,ie depth of three Inches in New York, nd also In Massachusetts, In June. Ice as formed of the thickness of a com aon window glass throughout New h'org on the nfih day of July, Indian orn was so troien that the greater part jas cut tn August and dried for fodder, ana tne larmer uppiiei themselves from the corn produced In IMS for tha n-td!ng ot the spring of 1S1T. Coal ia f 10 ton In p.v.s '- MODCRN l.fMCV I'l.hir I I " - 111 ' I If ' I. ... . i n V :: 1, 1 s 11. !' V.cc i ef v i ii h nn i ! r-tirlng f.-r I .-Ii h:'S h: nv.ini Ic i f'T.lll, jl s r: e'l l,,e::t r,f the (r is !-. s the w rl'er aln od ('.. profession, and V tiia givlni; If up. :: 1e',le to do so. ! t ir nf I, i . snna rnr i'esp,tlr are t! Ihe flrl brlnir "sno!,! ", re I'i r. : rv" ; iei, tne inx m t's relt'-'ifi t.i 'b ra with fffeeis"; er.1 t'." !'. 1.'ca,l'tre In popular !:t"e t ; n. 1 oncerriii.g t ..e f-r-t 1 ' 'ats. "If you ar.alji tie Ihl play, or that s'ar. you w lil r ' r ly coni upon anol.oery or ti . 1 Hon of art (o a d.-er ' I' d -t" ", - it ti u,. eninifrh, Ii, in n knows. 1 ' Ihlrd print he :t; epii;r.i!.i" r "We have nov come ujoin f:" i hall nge"; which is ain'i t,,r f" 1. tmrt mnirnfiilly true, t'pu 1 1'; point he enlarca at aome ! ; ,. , give exaniiile fro'ti ,U oa ( ; rletice. Truri.;ied-iip n'tai hii:1-',' lee-iinra, which aiiiniint sit; ; I Inekriinll. cntu;itil tv.o rri'v,,;, , thia rase, and a very ua! gri' m;st be, (3 Jii ififl fioi; wi.t '1 f Jones of Columbus l-i annoyed , Ilrown'a theater haa bcn giv preference, and demand $ ' -i 1! ae. "At one o'clock la t'.e n;.--: aome sheriff oificers aprn'ar at; ! my scenery, my l,nr .ve. n-r' ' manager, b'sb'r" irr priva'e ci-. rorlze my wife, snd hand. ..T ..!.,. my employee. They brand: Ii p In our faces and foul lat r ladles and gentlemen of tiie or"-.; s'and shout Ihe depot in lii rid i hrlplesa. It la rohbrry of J ,' cannot de,art." If .Mr. Mar. ;. id not overstate 1 the rn-e he crt 1 deserves sympathy, and we ri.i I. 1: wonder that he should l:.;'" ! tempted lo escape such annotiti giving up the profession he h t much to adorn. A TALE OF THE SSA. V rim aa This t-T f a I:,. r t derfnl Kri. From Harper'a n.-ur.d Table: A 1 i found beyitlns In IK'uu'i'h, ; land, some jean ago, who t"i l a 1. wonderful tain of woe. Acer ', , t hla statement, given with a sti.i. fare an,l an nro,ir.-,i !v .r , , science., he had hen a cahln-tn.y t., an American atea:nsh!p. for . mlslrf-hsr'op a. i..,,...p r- . . : 1 - - - " "' 1"" ' ) I !' ' v., i.n V & o t. . I...I .... , - . . . i..t tin v. m s i,"-a,i' i. ji ia at rrij watcr-cask, and left to r :!c t tf r..-n L. wickedness, with only the ton, c the cask to brealhe lhro,:t,'.i. oa t: following night a terrible si, via tf. Up, and th vessel Rent d.jr. n w ..'j on board, excepting hini'df li e , , having rolled over into the t tlrat lurch nf !!, ,. 'n o.: i - - luriatelr for It. nnhi,,nv --.,,.nt .' cask floated wlih the bunghoi.t I.. from th wntr. Rnd lit t he ci.ur-e nf day or so was vast upon tiie r where the lad. after n.aklr.g n ri . vain attemnt. to r.O. , k .. . tied back to die. 8:im ri'. bo v ever, he said r.'.i'ie ie,. :::.. .,,, ' Iwarh, and oi;e of them. i Ir.z lta tail en I of It Into the bin h'.!c of ;i,- c t '. T1.0 boy Immediati !y ae.cl i:;..'n i1 toe cow , CiCun.io l. j' 1 j 1 ., e,, 1 -' und Jumped again, and tio n ru-i. bellow Irg down tne bc.i.h, the t hunglng on like gii:u li.atii, aid t taK, conscqutT.lly luii.pinic rel boviiiO e t. 1 I Lo. ! '' of ,llc fricl'1. ; fl,-1' finally 'ut. as tl.o boy hid In th- i ,he fca,i's cf k v and striking upon a ro l. this I W llrherj of i Wr w. , The great orators has u::.oi he n . but a politl.lan' voice In t,ii:i- ,t la a new Idea. Henry U ir,. ii, te ' an Kngllsli sons; w'ri'"r an I a,,;' ., "Cheer, linvs. Ci.cir," ("Ma the s of his first effort In coni.M'M' tin J lows: He was at that time iv!- , America anil wai nr.. inl.t I,. . ,v si itocneaier. .. . il--e !:t ti.i lo hear lictirv C1.it mate a so.-, , it r effect of which was pc, ui.ar. '1 . t., f ' k a tl ..,.' I k. r .. t ft Clay could pro luce h nn ;.,j r. - , by hla distinct pioir.iuda'ti n of r, veor.l I ll ,.! 1... ..... . , . j " Of lie II l ,,. , , ; , . , ancieoa HIU1 W..i Ik.ioA If Wood-nun Spare Th.,t Tic," on the Oo. au Wave'' a.i I o time favorite.- New Yoik M Kxpi ea. A Sllsbl MUtake. "1 didn't know oi w.-ie mi , plished a lltigulat," he r, :is.u'k, 1 glam-ed at the paper she W at r-o '., i . i mm l niase any pi . , i.m, iis 1;i t clrecllon." he ans.-, c ! "liul that Is a U . .. t,,.,,., you l ive lc' 1 v ' "Wby, so 1. I i," . i. . .... ., i a . pi'i'V "I th .' t ,i .. . ntc.-y."- V. .