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i death tiint, aiiJ Point i o) wa kept JESSE POMEROY'9 PRISON LIFE j " cnlim-alt tit awm.li.g execution uaill,DR. J. CONTINOU3 TORTURE. Aug. 31 1 "i h'n Covernor Rice and! n v ttie Ckiarat Ar tbl II Will llr.lli. I ill l-tt Hthlail lb lirlta l'r af Matmrhaittt rritnw lr at the Hoy ManUrtr. N the b.inkj of t!li ltiver Charles, Just In oi l Charlt stown. 111 til Vrltll BlflllH fortress known as fVV th rial" I""lon. f U i there live In mili tary captivity n -.1... ..... . I it 7 1 mil ii who. m"' in U li 5 ' hi ihlity six jrurs. I known, ii ii J al ways Alii known as the "Hoy Murdett-r." Almost needles to nay. tlili prisoner In Jcaso Pomer-ciy, the !ory of whose atrocious crime 'urtled the whole world iu April. 1S74. Off and on slmc then hi sensational and aonirtlmcii marly buc ecssful attempts to hc have niinli ireal material for the icv iimpr. ami needing anxiety for lilt raptor. Not four month ago be wai discovered with a atrong rhlscl lu hi poswsslnn. obtained no one know how, silently picking piece out or the .lone which .unrounded him. For those of the younger generation It la impossible to cone! vc of the wave cf horror and excitement that w.-pt through Massachusetts, and so over the country, when the atroclom acta of tbla young Oend Oral beanie public. It wa.on the Illd of April. l!. that rlam-dlgger on the data at Washlng lon Village. In the aoitthcastern portion of Boston city llnilta, aaw what looked like a child form curled up la lu mud. He railed, but received no -iwer, and then approaching Itt-arer. lot wa ImrrlAed to find the body of a lit t boy of about five years. The poor little throat was rut from car to rar, and around the heart wire over a "Cor of l b ion. .tab. There were, other muti lation, too, more horrible than ran be related. Hurriedly the old clum-diggrr told the police of his ghastly discovery, end the body Was carried to Station ll, where It wa soon Identified a th:t of Horace It. Mlllen. liy moid lng nloua work onthe part of the dlcclhe, the (hlef clew being a torn shoe, which made a peculiar track In the mul, tie deed was charged to young I'oiner'iy, then only seventeen yean old, but with reputation already for virion .ia and cruelty. Jcwe was arrested and roufronlid with the awful corpse. In the presence of rurh an accuser l.e broke down entirely. "Ho you know this lit lie . boy?" Officer Wood asked. "Ve." "nhl you kill tilmr "Vc, I did." he said, .logged', "What for?" "1 don't know; something told me lo.M When asked If he meant tn sl.iy tl.e boy when he started off ta tlia fli's with him. Jesse spiled ths: he thought be meant to stick a kn'fe In him. n"t Cidn't know whether bo Intended to kill Lint or not. This confession set th.) ofllc.rr think ing on another ear". About three weeks liefnr the f-iets Just related a little five-year-old girl, named Nellie Curran. of Kontb llostun. tad myMleriously disappeared. She ha I gone out to buy some randy, and never tame home. Why might not Pomero? l the nt-ciulve council lommuled hi t.ntcm-e to "Koiii.i.-y lm prii'unun fit at bird labor lu the elate prlun during; his natiiral l.fe." Jci.e's first abiding place under th, ca:e of the state wet ot the prison In Concord, but he develope.l filch a fierce I disposition utiil made hi many startling! attempt nt rrtr that he was worm' transferred to Charlestown. and kept In "solitary." where he has been everi since. I!ut he has never given up the hope that lie will some day escape. Hit; has come pretty near It, loo, on several u.-raxiona. Nine )enr axo he made nS saw from a piece of stc.-l. mid cut off the bars of his cell. In ronie way a gai explosion occurred, or he would have gained the corridor. In tli, c.ty was aj:aln starred to lifar that lie had made another siw. cut off the leg of his In n l"ln:cad nnd shove l bark the bol: of hU cell door. A ill III was also fii'.in I , ia III room. How be gels the material ! to make tools Is a mystery, for hit' mother am) brother are the only per-, v a ever we him. His father has ' in .-r stippod Inside the prison. i The "boy murderer" Is now a thin.! 'sallow man of thirty six. He wears a thin mousiiii he and occasionally exper- iiiKat witn a bear.l. lie is sullen, mo rose and low-browcd. His health Is generally good, and ho seems to bava H. BARROWS IN WORLD'S imiCHTEST CITY. tUUt kuiae lluiorli I'Um I ihm t'reark illl K.llcluu l lfrliuu ! Hair at tl . -ltpahlt llljulry Is rursir? lUOHld. mm "V'V; ' - ' ... v'- - r : t'url.4 Letter Mist TAKK MY readers Into rather Intimate ronflilence la he present let ter In order to give them an account of nouii' of the mo.it luli-rentlng cvperl-enn-s of my life. You are to see fails tluoi'itli my ye and through my heart ol gniti-ful remembrance. For I'nrl has been very kind to mo. Twenty-three years ago I lived hero us a ktudent anil preacher for four months. It seem to me, however, that in the lint ten days I have come to know the l-'reni h capi tal far better than diirlnic tin whole period of my tlrst sojourn In thU moat superb and attractive nf cities. In pasHing from a quid n ; rsI ; y town In Germany to the brilliant mi, I exciting life of I'arls om experiences a chang as startling .u inn well be Imagined. 1 came here by way of 2UI! RENT WITTICISMS. ORIGIN.'. I. i AND SI Lf CTLD. I llriare f r.ilui. al - F ibliif lw Iwiiiirt . l .n.ll.U 'ly uml I uunli J .! M III Uluj - ie t' from Ilur I r.nU. 'f 11 Vj -y. u day with ..lends u tuu forest of St fflfc JOKEPiS COUXKU. Ci.iinj.ii, We luoKeJ on the asi an! luiely psnoiaiiis bir-inttd from thi ; ' tit'iid teiri e.we watched the bicyclist i.p ceding happily over the p.tl U so ofter trodden by royal f.-t; we guheied violet by the handful; we visited lh toiiib of Jiimea ll. of Kiml.ind and shej in le.irs o.t r the exile, the last king o' J the lll futed Ftuarts; e returned by I ht j hum way aloag the bank of the Celne one of the most churiulng drives In th j world; we raught a pllmpe of Mul mnlson. the borne of the Linpiesi Joio phlue, whre she was wont to re celve the new of Nupobon's victories We saw many square milt's of fresl spring foliage and lens of thousands o trees which were maK-es of p.i.k uu white blosiionis. an. I W.ltclieil Kli'il linilillu.lirt of the Kri lu ll people taklii their outdoor pleasures wlili a sliuplt dlrceiuivM of i nju) mi lit 'nl h Me It Amiiru must burn to Imitate. Hut I'arls toii. hes and tlu llis ever) ' ' ,""'! I'"" om.- hal elastic ul lime si iiHitlve mind as It beslns to thlnli' I -o"fcss; backward. Crossing lhi I'oat de I; I nave a pledge a ligui a-i a miouie. Concorde one rememhor that In, foun- i Thal- biirstlng. will Ri ver p-l me ilutions are lm II f from the Mnnes of lh irouiue; accuriu-d bastlle. What awful mem ories these sunken bbrWi of ston5 mltiht send up through the rushing Mill WJtT of the Si I ne to .nducn tlm h'-.iri of the busy and inppy throng i' who pinr across this bridge day and. l ,rn" i,ur t-'iemu. nlghl! From yonder door :n one cor-1 "A v,'ry '"'I nlfalr." reniai ki d one of ner of the jtarden of the Tuillerl.-i ' he mourners on the way home from the King Uuils l'hlllipe tame loith when ''""ral. many and widely illffcrlnK InlercHts of "Ves." replied the man nt hh tide. V.I II A VI-: a it orit.iK. on all the I is. And, for iry on piirpones, (III Hu m v itli tlav r ; 1 l.nvea I o ie-ktilfe kien and brigiil. To carve my cnc- ui Us. run p; or ill'.ht; I have a pull Hlth the dally pivm. lu I have a bucket of oily lirs About appointments my ro'.rrs so prlxe; Vnd I get the profit of public hi- -What ilo 1 che If I'm cul'ed a l.o-s? f ja i : nf Aiiltoir. F.iltcit.l fiom He I "illy Ml: Our i.e. ml v.Ita M.iunn Ci a v f-ir il, if we . .. ,jii..iil with Ihat Hiilhi.r, will ! c I . il hi. on hi.i pioviiknii; unAllt iir mi., in v. ril nidi pulili' h nn oca--I hi dii. Ii uli.g K i v. ii iu in the part a 1 1 to nf hi.i t;iiility. w ib- in ll unfnir lr Vr. Ci.i..f"ld to v. Ill, liul. 1 from the ii uliii pu'i.II.- the fiulis of a genius Ihat be c liarly po:.. i-.. What Mr. I'lasvfor.l inii;ht to do--we speak a frii i .1 to American letier.i- I to write in o caslonal novel. We admit that he ha- done thin, but the occasion have In" n to mnote as to rente an Impres ts. in Ihat our author Is lary. With tho cnative chlllty that Mr. Crawfotd pos-i-esi.es. Willi L'ooil health and a leisure Ihat wealth nlTonls, why should he not i;lve to us mole I iuikn? We brush .Aside a.i unvtortliy of nollie an Intluialiun that already he Is pulling forth two volumes a vesr. Wlml the Auietlcan i.ul'lic iJeiuuiiils is not bss limn a book a month. What Is Mr. Craw ford doing that I c should play si-rond ill tins re spect to Cnpt. Chillies King, or that great emotional writer, Laura Jean I.lhhcj 7 HARSH MANACEnS. "ill nth Is always sud." Of cours - In tbla case. but It waa particularly so Perhaps you illilu't Know JESSE POMEHOY. TO-DAY. grown accustomed to snhtary couflne r.ient. He wua the. first person upon whom the puiillinient for life whs In-Illi-ted In Masiai-hus' ttii. lint tboug i ihyrically he but crown (o accept his doom, and apparently thrive under It, menially he 1 1 as icbel lions r ever, bad will not accept hi fate as ll reparable. He spends many nf til nonr In rending nnd urnrtylng. H -well ha he usej his lime fjiat tin can spcik French. German and Siua Ish, and he ban picked up a great deal of lilHtorl -tl informutluu. .TSu life of ,1 "nolitnr" in Mis sclm set is Is itrit b u b no,- cmol. point i-oy'i riMiin Is aivtien by !ht let. nnd lias two cliiaKs Ju thn 'rent fur lie. hi. He has a mm fort able bid, and tue whole place Is ord'-iiy. Ha himt.nl! H quite careful alm H hlj p-rsaal appearance. He Is allowed w.uk If he wants It the rrlndliu of r'ttin ro.Kers. but, al though lie would lll.e ta g.i la and out i to the ffhi ;s with e oiher nun, he ilo.-a very ll t!e U'Kr in Ira room. He w ill wind perhaps half a doz.-n rockers lu a week, while forty ii a fair amount. The wonderful mother-love has rare ly been bitter lllit.iirate.t than In the caso of Hi' tnnrrcrtr. Kver since Jesse a regularity ;i:..,ufvAy.Tn ' . i .io. si..-..-. r-tvT-J Vr--a;'-::vt;! t--rillTw V "V ' '-'H.'-y' --nV- WV I but all her life she was the victim of a A VIKW OF THK 1.01'VRR. ' ..tl. .1 f..lu. .i . . . I mow ii'iiriniim ui ceiue, wiougni one hsi ,,,. , prrt;, llh tillntl anil h flnntlv Vml ! lavn.l .nrewa ue.ec.i.e. m. ui.agrew in till ftni, uin,.(- roulj .roau. h.s Mr. Kith the knowledge of her a hereabout ' ty a priest named Father Cook. Jesse told hi revolting siory with all the coliie4 of a profe-sloiisl. I; 1 Hi nied that bis muthcr kepi a little vu- llety store In South lloslon. and on th, day of the disappearance hid go.ie o il to make tome pun bases, leaving hi in In charge of the place. It so hippened l'omeroy vltlled her son at the state.l Intervals the law allows- once In two month. S-'he kn9w he Is guilty, yet she come with uir..it di -vntloii to l ilk , to In r son, to ti II h.n n , it 1 1 cuing o.i I In the great wr.rld be hi f. rl.li'ih-ii lo , see, and ta recnu.it anything tne plpe.-j ' limy i.vvo Hsld nf l-.lni. He alw.vvs de slrrj to know llime thing.., nnd be is quite sensitive as to J.r.initillmlc nlicr- So ,:!.-s hl weary r-illnPtiA A ft ii ait'liitf f..rnu...lt f.il the fifth time to the dear old cat lied nil I passed through Alx-!a-Ciiapelle, Liege and N.iinur In order to reach Pari... Alx-la-Chapelle has so much of historic interest that I am thlukln of remtiin lug there a day oa my return to tier many, and in that case I shi'll ftlve my readeis some de.si i Ipiioti of the city of Charlemagne. The ru''):n lieuse on the llelglan fi onl l-r gave tne no terrors, nor the custom house on the borders of France. The Id lgiau r.nd Frenrh railway are. In my Judgment, not ti;i to the standard of the (Scrmnn. P-al tho Journey to Paris was nal um:i- fortahle, anil a w arm web a:ni awaited j me from my ho.;:, pi of. li. Hani t Maury, who will be rem tr.betc I ns a' leh g.-.te from France to th cutigt'-n of religions. .He is no.v one of ihe I Protestant f.iculiy In the uulvet.-l.v. He writes for (he Renin ties Ih-ux .M.iii- ; de and other leading i-;io.lraN anil U highly esteemed by u wide cirri" of j fileiiils In the literary an I religion . i circle at Paris, liis enthusiasm fo:-1 Amcrlra knows no limits, anil he too',; ' every occasion to lavish tm jour cor respondent the friendly 'ci !ms' whli 'l lie cherishes for the American pc.ipl -. The Paris of to-day Is more brilliant nnd beautiful than v. a.i the Paris with which I was familiar lln years ufn r the i loso of the Krain :i Prii...l..n war. At present the i llj Is III the tluo.-.. ut excitement, not io iinii-h over t'l change of ministry as over t'.e pro -pi i-; of the li.uiiiclp.il election. Ti.e can- man "'," went Oil Ihe liielauchuly noutiier.stiokli.g bis biar ln li.'i ti v !'. "She bad uu idi a that "he was gcliii; to b; ninrdeiid by n biiiglur who bad Md hlm If uui!er In r le I. She i Howe 1 tat Impi'c.-sli'u lo t roA u;on hi r. and In ri-tuse of time sh' bci-ar-.e a i-uiiiii-r.ii-nlur na the s-ihl'i-:. All the u:ort nn I wln-lnA-i ut cr house were il .nbly lm kc l sud b rred. iind every niKl-.t for thirty jeaia the last thing t,iie did was to look limler Ihe bed." "Hut didn't Ii. r fi lends li y lu do any thing to get her out of In r run lm! con dition?'' luiiairej Ihe man, glowing i;t-leresi.-d. "Lver.v thing they iou!d thli.K rr.sA. n l the niuiirmr. "Why. tne l.t Ihii-n th. y did was to b.:y lo r a fol.iiur.-i.t-. to sleep In." "That urn-, ly cured 1 er of Ik r liisiue fear libi.nl a man under th - I e !." "Vou'.l think to." 1 1 '.in ii'-'l ,li' Iiioiii hit. "hill that's Jiint wlirir .-i, mule u tiilsl.ikr. S!ic ha.lii'l bi.iirh.p- !n In Ih it lollii:)' lei a wok Icorc i nd No I ttm- uf ll. .Mrs. Hliaiii 1 lit ly- 1 have bad to dh -thaige a gnat ui.iuy gnls on accoutit of their rooking. Katie Ko.-ilds.Hip You'll never have to ill icharite me on that account, mum. Mrs. Hiram Iwly-I am glad to lu-.-.r that. Kalle Kolildi-oop-No, nirn. I can't co'ii:. the revolution of liS renJeicJ It ll klncshlp a further linp.issibility. Oui of the same door, on th" downfall oi the empire of Nap.ilcon 111., tiie Kin press F.ugeiiie came In he campany ol a chivalrous Amn ion pi.) si, im. The fi o nils of religious l ib ration Ir Paris honored your enrr -s.io:il. nt with a len ,n ion. at which tli liots wei Coloui-I and .Mine. Calma.'.l an i then li.ree .lauKlil.i-all urcoiiipiisncii anil t. Ih,. ,ap.--il o:e nlclit ( harming people. The ('.iliriirda belonj Bmo: ,,,, ,f r j.;Xl mi,1(P. Id the f.uiiliy of Pascal ;t::d lie earnest i i iit'u'.lu;. They are quite laiiilllai v.-1 ill Amcrlc.i.i lltrra;iii-i havlnij special admiration for Colonel T. W. 1 Hvr.'tison, a:il ai iaklu a diep In terest n the congress ol r liglons. 1 Among those who vvi-ie pi ---tnl at tin rei-.-iitloM iie I'.sroii de Shlckb-r, per-1 haps the Hiding rot( .::.-.iii In Pur n. a man of great wealth tin I rii.u I. nevol-1 enre, whose lima' ovcilonklnn th(' I'l.iO V. Iidi.tne Is one t,f ','ie must at tractive 1 have seen; Keiu.ir'ii, me ills-: tirgiilnh.d J i v 1 ! i sc'iolnr. whosi Hi lli ul" attuinm n.s an- ;..i. h that Il ls likely t become n tne:ni,er of th French ac.uleniy; the Voomto d' Mcaiix. the siin-ln law ef the fiimou Montalemhcri, a vrry ch irm.ng an liberal mliulcil rath. die g. n'hiiuin win has visited our country, t nd who Is ar intimate frli-inl of Car.lin il millions ' of Ar.-Mil .'in, i li.l.iid. ii'i.l of lli.ih.t; ! Keaiic. Za lm Kahn. the chief rabbi o1 Flan e. who is .1. 'pi.- Inl- ii ..id iu Hit work of n-Lglotu pa -ill-it Ion. Piof Albert r.evill.-. Il.e tdllor i.f the Id' ! Jsys. -,1 ' "X i - A .- . ' i ' i .1 i 1 - . i a V -A -a, - -. w Kural fitly ii -Lf ye had ben l. r cr nlniitc muisr, Jake, jt'd n e 1 tor comb ul st li cking Jay yt r ver l.i..! twj rye.-, oil. Ililuis lit rrrileir. A the Hied ntiinlcrir toi-:; hi.i nay cvrt t .e lint j-l. It. i. of l's li at let;. Mid .'enly the cell.'.;! nle (if Nod i'i ,n.I I - rule bir.i. "Come, fi llu-.,-." lie cri-il. niii -lv," liiis warrant Is tor oil." Calli drew 1. i ;i: l( i.p li.iu. h lly. "rflr," he n p'ic l. lu i . vi icr tone, "le a little lucre n . ,n if.:! in ..our fpt e h." 1 I e cot .-.'alilc K-ive v.-nt to ;i n.o ';iti;' I;. ill h. "li .-tMiiiii h y to v.hy?" be wantid t." I no, with a 1. 1 r. C.-iin puilc l his lll.-ll tr I-I oiit h ill ll v. "lit ci.iise," be Icphi d f. I'lctt . "von ii it ai!n ol i-i,.. ( the fi: . ; f ii. il;i " And lefeir the t :. - ' ii M iu;i!, g.tso IwI.e Cja Ii.i I ili-up i-.-ii d ill a cl'iu.l of aiol ov r th - e Ige ol tl;.' ii . It w ith -.nr. a road iihi r Ihat Nellie came In to buy eady w hll-- .,, ,.. y-,r(. ,, yet tl.e hn;.e l h.-.t ",-prlngs ant w.tl, her. and Anally told her ,e flf1( , , llmlu,rll ,-.,. Uu, ll0, bad ome Kitten, downstair, which ah; ,f ft blni mir h: ,- of ,,,, n.rw.v,r. would Ilka to se. They went down th. . an., la(;f.milt,. ,, ft M:i nlllir, ! icllar-slalra together, the little girl l:i ' j front. At the bottom of the stair, ha j .aid. he el.cl her by Ihe hair. and. "hnr "rr "rvl I pulling her head bark, swiftly cut her I Mr Ury Sll0r:'' ot a ", llp: inrxnii i ii:i I ill- .. I m i. nnii ll .ia.h ' rillroad, met .'rath In a tmirlbl form neir UiirK's station. W. Va.. the olhcr (day. The pood woman returning to her lionie irotn rutin h, ami was walking aloug the r ill.-o.il track. Wht n n'r Ihe middle of the big trt tle, arrosa Klkhorn river, a freight en-' glr.e rounded the tuive Jmt ahead at1 a rapid rate. The woman could have! -lv . -v ' ;.;sfmir.tl l.-...li..V. ,r. Ho I -i. i Jo. ' :i., .-..- . - r . throat. Then be dug a hole In the i .she. under the st.llM anl hurled the body. 11 told the olliccn to go Ibcre i and all would be found as he had .aid. I Jl , - :ssk lailiif. K. t Aw -vie. I.r.ivlt; I k- t.i.-j I- .vi- j. i . -. 1 a law in Ohio f.i.-:i:.l liii;; v.,mi n lo .v.ar !:ats In theaters. Miilic (sun iii'ull I Thi- I iii c tipper th v'H war.t u.s lo l.-l e nlf o.ir hats In church tr xl. I.i av I't - Oh, no: the brry vvii.il.! i.ovi r uIIoa- lh.it. If t! c- .I'.! t if n n m would n'l sli.p tt-ro:':.li :hc -.-rvl.-e. like the n.eti. lklttg MS I rvr I ltsitre l'itslli. ! 1 ll ,1 li l.l lit. ( ..oi l. j Thin joiii.r, M.-. T.iill-v's vvj.iel t.i.J. i .1- tih v i nt Uiiiii.iusti-.iii'i in,.: i! ,i l'. i ' lo- was . k i il-l.i ' (i ,r iliitn Hie iiiiini at thiity ml! k ai himr "llonll on. Ih. re -i I i 'i:" i cre.itu. I Hi- 1st p. Iii . :i. .1 Two sir. mils l.iiei yiiutii Vr. T'.i th y, l:h his l.gs thi..st thioii.i tin- w.io rpokes, lllis., I bis bead fnilil thi: p.ivi tin nt nnd rttc.in-.! hi avil.v. "I nu li t jei'" 1 1 li d Cn1 f.it polUe iijii. "I'hy .11.1 n't jtz s hi, , t i sh;..l i.rcii? Hl.la'i I tell ju to liuuld pi'" "Well. I did." l.i laiinl jilting Mr. '.':. !; -, "till I went over. Thin ho mill IV W hich wiiii'.d have s '!iu d r. iso-inh'l i imii.' h lo .il. v I cily but a fa. p..lirci-.i a. II- W I nr. VV III. Wi'lit- .111.! Ii in big slsl. ,- l.lrtle di ll.'t l,i-: al.uig ii-eti'r v.ry well. W il! io was ciilv n-viii and his sister s. v. u it en, but he rtsent d h"r "b .-iiing." One (!.- Willie's maninia bud some thing to It ll him, a piece of news 'roui Hie l.nnsi l.ulil of his still older sl'i'er, who lic l l e u married a vear before. "Willie," said mamma. "Cod bft a little hahy at -i -l.T Marv'n bouse l is1. inkM. Von'ro ii 'i uncle i,uv. . my tn. Iloiv ib Villi lil-e fist"' "Will" la'd Willie, alter we;.li.i.r; tin- in. ui. -r nor cm fully a toiinite "I'll Just it ll yiiii this. If I am I n le Will. I it- aim kniii' lu Loss nie im tool e." II OM o 11 lb I uslont ! Iluoia Ngleg l'rorw lints. "The way some lueu aie UuiuagcJ li qut-er soin.-tltuefi." the manager of u Mg concern remarked to un aciiualnt. ance who hud dropped Inlo the onV nccoidlliK to the New York Herald. "J have never bad any .IlllUuliy lu man aging men and getting the prop. amount of work out of them, and think I have some executive ability but I doubt whether I (ould manage gang of witrkmeu ou the liver roui and I think that If 1 were a workman I would not be managed us I have i; men managed. I happened to be neat one of the diy dork during Ihe shift ing of an old propeller from the dock tu the shore. It wasn't what any otii would call nn expert Job. but if yoi bad seen and luatd the foreman of th gang of workmen you would lmvf llioutthl bi was moving u battleship, 'Ihe puipell.-r had been removed frolij the bull lu Ihe dock and u new out- war, to be put In Its pli.ee. Plank had been placed over the space between, tin. do. k and the shore and all thai the men hnd to do besides pulling wai to be careful that Ihe propeller should n't roll off lulu Ihe water. They bai ilrong la. I.li and long lullers, nnd lift!." tiny had slntiliel mul fastened the ta. kle It w is an -ij Job. Tb fort-man illreitrd .very tiiov.onut uin) the wi.v he ho.ed li e im ll was aniai Ing. but thf) didn't lecm tu mind It. S wriii ? W II, j oil our lit to have beard lit m i r pi ll. sps Jou oucht bol to havs beard It I til . If atij thing slipped a little bit be swore and if soinclvtliig didn't move Ju.t Ituhl he swore He would ti I! . in- tu. in lo do soul' thing and all lust ml iiferiVHid he would undo ll h-ml.'. .wearing all the while. Finally. Ih.-y moved tic l.-.i-ii of Iron to th- t in:., oi t.'ie plaaka ni.d Id i;un lu pell l; up t'.e lin lltie. The foremuu a. I us if )i. w. ie In bol water all the ll: e. .aid ll was a wonder Ibal b ill.!. I t flii lilrrliii.-i l ''-OHie of th li . n v.ii t ,i --ii;i c.u.l h.n. led mi Ih 1.1,1, Ir nn I lo of llo III kltelliled to the roll, i i. Tne th Hit ;!( he.vj an it l: b:;.i to i-e irovi ! sinwly "I all therv: Vvl...t t'r 'ell oti di ing? (I'mna, to ; h i p? llnl I en No ' Pull! tnc liio c' Hold Ml! What's- the liuttel v i;h vr! - iiulil last. 1 any! lieu-, you. : !l!t t!i it lolln! Nui liul wjl Clr.inie llial! No! lCusy! On e more' I li.-.ve left oat th- run tor!, bin pt rs.r.s imi lave s nie notion of ho) !- v.- t t on. I watched the m-n to se l,n v.- t!,iy took Ihat ki-d of trt alment. No: .ti" of l nail said a word during tin li.ilf hour thai I t.tiA.1 tone. Taey vile l.ol lc: i;t.il Jlil thej Wire llol tu.il.l. I I tnl I tho'.rht a-.v one ul ' l!'i u v. tin- rpiit nf the In: email In iu ii); 1. 1 e : d k no A li life of bis trade. Tliev v.cie iti llr.cd to be sullen. I l!-,-c,!it. In; they did Just wliul Ihe In:-, .lit ltd, 1:0 U'SttiT hour IIIKIiy tin es t-o i noie ut tin oi and nagged the-;.." , i 1 ( stepped to t!ie railing bt aide the tr stle ,' till the engine would have passu! her ' s-ifely. bul It fe. ins us lliougli she last lr ptien.-e of mind an I b,i;i-d to' .the river hi low, n distance of fully 51 ' place hi: l. co.NcmnE Alt POMKIIOY. WHEN U EST I'D. The ae.ircli was n-.ndi-, and Ihe l.t:!e corpse was there In the ashes. No time waa lust in gcUing Hie ma rhlnery of the law at work up, in thle young motislei . who si riiie l tu have a1) soluti ly no motive for his crimes, b it only a ravage delight In bl.i.t.lsht d. !. was Indicted In June, ami quit Klv t. l '.l before Chief Ju.llte Cray and J ml Ice Morton In the upreme court, and w.ti found guilty 'f murder In the (list -gree. Hi counsel filed cT ep l mi. but the exception, were overruled. a-iJ a copy f the record w rent to iioif rraor Gastoa on Feb. 13, liTi. It being t:, cuitom at that tin) for th or- feet, She was takm from the water l-i an iia.-.ins. Iiius slate. She died ln- fote a Iihyslcl.n .iriivcl, in muib nit l. l lV.ru lrtr.trlrtl. Eui'iiiS a Peico f .Ci' a! J. fu r: onville. ,' ln l . eltoul S.'i .otiv.cts 1. 1 woik on the roof ol a LiilUln In citirse of trtcUnn lu the penlieiii!..ry In, Insure, became i gieatly ex.-lt'-.l. and a panic followed, i There was no way of leivlug the roof 1 1 .-i ;t t y a la I -lee. This. In some man ia t. wi in: ;i;.i. 'im. .mi tne pilsoneis. in f. r I they would b Mow n fro n i ue rmif, rn-hed to a guy rope u-ed l-.i holhtiug nialerlula. Eii-u convict In turn grasped the line and descended to the ground, a dl'tance of ill fe. t. In En Ir eagi innj to iei-k a plarj of aafe ty their h- mis wen li.t liv lujine.I by' rlr.-plng too lightly lo the ruje. i - T,'.U:n V.. 0!4.1fune r-.-rn:ly (,!.' with a smile, tb.it he would be cut tl the fashion cniln-ly if be did not leu.' to rid bicycle. j didati have patutid th" ton rt d, blue and vellow. With m ire man the ragi-rmss and i-nlerpr'se of iii rl'y faihi rs of American cities, who are eekllig for re-eb-cilon they hive i'.i I their li nuts evetyv hete. It i simpv xv 1 1 li I n boun.ls lo t-.iy that no'l.iug th.i: could be reached W ith the p r It- pot ol the poster has been spare 1. Across the way from whete I aui tiovv vvr iiuk th. foundation of Ihe great opera boiii. on evtiy side are covercl null tin... i lecllou nollns. 1 have men diis di: -figuration on most of the i;iio:ial properly, ou the dc al.it. str.tue of Strasboiirp, III the Place tie l.i Cot.-, ronle. on lhi iitoiinini-nm to Xoln.lte aaul Shakespeare, en the fountains on the I-niivre. I somi timi thl.ik thai no view of tin- llls-ciy of i..gions. an I perhaps t'ie foremost scholar In Franc iu l lie di p. ii -nocM of c i.iip irative re Imiou; tin- Id v . Mr. Hubeiil, one c' the picicliers nt the Onto, re. whose eliiii'ii o.i Christ' tietitiii-nl of doubt to Willi h I infutly lis!.-!-, d, Mve lie' Hie lii'lue-.-loTi Hint he h is ell the best Oil tittles of Fie'trh i l.jitiein e, nil I j I'r.-ilt I ir!. Parry, tin- einiuent plill.ui 1 vir..i-l. divotid to lutci- a'i.mal aibi. it. ui, li a. ill ul In r goo l c.iii - s i J. II. 1IAKKOWS. lit Hull I llur.'ar. The Hursl.ir-"We!l. Ill be blowc.l! I know he gol a thousand In hills nrter bankln' hours, and tV'le's his blattte.l r A-1- i . ft V ' '''' W i -' ' : I " VJti-i IN .mi i - - - ir OA. people are so willing to dlsllgure their 1 riU' "''I"''! f'l "'"l lu It! Cuss tin cltle aa are the Americans, but the ' "" French outdo even Ihe !onilon omul- i Mr. Janes (tu his wife the next mora buses. Inn "V il, Clma. If I'm not th noui M 1 .1. O'lb o Ih ill - No.v the divil till .. me If vt- hi-ti't Inst jour sincis en 1 1 rt ly I aiiRlng yt-r in c.ii.on pm l.ilt . I, to the outside of ti c hn i.-e. Mr. O'lliHillhun-.Maiy Elb-u. has vi f'-igi.t Ihat we I'tc bavin' a cln I .letilu' Imriy this evetili.g. en il.ies J t z lhl.,1; l .i l ive anything as life. like as tli.vt h.rig In' the parlor to fccl tho lace Kno. ke,; off 11? Hut Paris cannot be rpoll d, ipe-ial-ly Paris III the spilngilm", rv n by candidate. Th air has be- i ij I'ghl fully fres'i. and even the sitn.-hina h n been almost con'.lniiiius since niy ar rival. The suburb! pro a wil.lcrmr.i of foliage anj blo.-sout. I b.vt .junt ran less of mortal. ! Here I've l.-tti .arryli'.g r round a Ihoiitund dolUis l-i l.llis fince jci.erday aflcruoon. and fi vir o-.ii-e i.houf ,ht to put it In the safe, l.'s a FOi-J Ihlng my hrJ U t.eil fa.i er.nl on luj- ihoulJt-rj." Mr w Yorg World. tniililtt'l I'tnit II. til. St. l e iri.p.-t i I the ga c v.Iih- "Co.iii In." h1? said. The shade shook I s hea l. "No." it said. "I've bin l.cd nrin: th4irlrni ccmpnnlc in niy tliu", and I know from exrerimco that It's no lun to b tn angel. " Oa on lb Kliij. Tl e King uf Jui lt Ju;g smiltd ns hn it a I the Ines. .tee uml then rum d .Ii.iiirhtfnlly tt the scrap of jelln !:iit. ll w.i.i a 'eh riii n from liryni l-:h. KU Minister lif v.ir. He read the nn SMi:;e aiiln: "V.'e have roul.-d the ineiay wit hunt the loss, of a rlngle man." Twa days later he found that on ! hoil. end of bis trnns hud been sl im. Witt ri iiuesilnii.il, ti e Minister of War .xpJaln. d Ihat his lc'. tiii'u was 'rue. Every suldier In the army was mar ried, n;i, I still (here was h surplus of ouiril Unit bad In en captured from j'lter tribes In pet v ions balll.s. A Nltirtil ltrrni., I. II tic tleorgc A paid t.l.s flrnt vb ll -ii tin- country n short time :.gu, an I a .v:.s ltiitiil.il was lunch llili rested in Hie farm nnd all Its belongings. On lay bis mu le took him to the barn to re sti-ne chicken that were Just iii.ti-hi d. The process of Incubation wa oi tct lung which bad never before -nine tinier bis o!i. ei atlnn, and be looked Aiih opi n-evt ,1 wcuthr at the Huffy Mils while bis uncle tiled to explain .he hatching piiM-t.s All at once h til lied and i ii -In'. I Into the huuse to his mother, exclaiming: "Oh. miiiiinta' tome out to tlie bain, i ijiiii k! 1 n. le John bus set a ben nnj hatched out ten little Henrys!" 1 her W st Hat. "t'u' lo re," he complaint d, "you're a ,irv woman, jou know, nnd I aiipp ised In- win; tllflrreitt. How is it you ,:)u't liefs as nulrl.ly as a liinn, when your chnl:a are almoin Identical?" llefor she ton", reply her little brother, who had overheard the remark, .nidi " 'Cn:i.- i-lie wears four pair of ilock lne uitvlrr her leggin." TruUk, I Th Vattf I h t 1 1.1 llttrt. A we'l-kno vn wr.ii-r an I r adi-r ol l.i-. K f..r a pti!,!i'ulng flim Iniely ven l .:!..! on i oe s'a:. n nt liiat he llimiiht tin i" wire pio!t:h!y I (Vsi clevi-t youux wuiu n I'i our ciiniiti y -.v ti u.ie ijtilts al!i. in t-'io out tir' or.l nary and most ti !. li " Entilsii novel of the period, but to t ii e bonks !." It.g "li eia- turc." f .'t v..;.. a vrty illT. ienr qtiei I'..'. A piiblislur rs'"ii lv- lolrf me ti at l e iri-l. d so lu iliT OI,et uf vol inn : tl vi r-e s i. I novel ii.r-a tx -il n -iitf ti-osll- veiing f,n It i'ia! b w uiil.l 1 1 .('.ilre In keep a r,- ial ' reader" I.' V ev ha I ll to be examined with ( lie. It w. I., null pikl-ll le lo glaut e at nn . ii' llit -.i. In the Mine coni.ee ili.n I i ,i linn e a ti, n'e ne win. h Teu 11 v. s t.l iii' w .nie "I lv - - ive stauia i ' i" .-",: lo iue tor ever live in I it -nt. i : . '. r pm , , j -i-lj.ilu ;. i,. .0.1 w.t.b..u.it. ptus.". . .i i nl :l l i tl'm v . 1. 1-; W l UNFl AtjHATIDNS. . I - , I. . it. iii l.i .. 1 .1 J O till' i - V' . 'i . " "I til II ti. ;Vit s-ii. li n. .ui.. i-niiii -Eirhte-Blr-a biiiliiiui:.! and strovt d. 4 o si: e. Is laid pt r.-ons ho. in If i. Th rtn ot property. bullilliirs; loss. T i.. ,i i ti v i mi s covi it-1 4. oi in it . 1 itlt.i.i. Ipi.li J ..P.- i. is'nj.-TIi.-c l-i'lt.ll.il Hod lifly biilldiliKtt; bits. $1,. '!; -t pn us killed; drownul; 1:' wi,.:-,:,I. .1. Ni r;, pre. 18. lv;:.. -Mx '.inn I'm il bull iii gs. Iim.i, iJtl.iHtU.lHtO. .iept. fi. UU.- llu.u 'it.o'iO worth of property. 1 ii:., i.iu. May 3- thuif.i.,1 five Iniii.lied b J.!,,.',.,-.,. ,,,, i.v In,, t,,.t 1,,,, ti l"v"..- Five Ituit.ii.'d bilEdlng;; luss, I In no- 0. ."-';' litl.tro. S;nln, Hee. a. Im.4. 4 tit 1.1 Ih .ti.ii.li nf th famnanin. bi.ln ull.g aml.l nmibusilbbi oiuameiU; I" rsot- k Ht-1. mostly women, I'iiiirb -inn. S. f ., i.t.!,, i; Im;.",. ti i ui to,;'l v di ,ii-ti)t.i, wll tt lar-a (4 isii tiin s of in v nl ami military .tores, It rli.iiiu,,:, Va , April 2 and S. l"i',i, In i-i.ul pi. rt iltstiiived by fire at tlm o( uiti.i 't i, it,. eacuiiloii. Pi'ltl.ltl.l. Me.. July 4 Im',0 -Almost ciiiinlv ili-sitiivtd; lo-s, j.oii.,litU, Chicsgo. Oct. h and II. I;i. TUre all 1 i. ..i half enu.ur i,. c; 17.1. i buildings ilesiroved: im p.sf.i,n kiUi.l; lis -ot ,adt. homoles.. July Jl, lvTl. Aiii.thei gnat fire; loss. (I uuo . 0"0. til. !.t iniesi i',n m Michigan ami Wlscn.i.,, int. S.M is;j.Two thou- l.lllll II VI . 4 bll't. Ho ..on. Nov Ml. ISTJ.-Elrht bun In. I buildings; loss, ITJ.O.iO.OOO; li killed. 1'iH Klver. Mas.. Sent. 15. laTl.- v.h-ii r.n toiy fires; CO person killed. M. John, N. U.. Juua 21. ls7.- I12..VM.I0I. ' lliooklyn Theater burned. Xcl S. 1 - Three hundred live lost. Seattle and r.pokane. Wash., 1S:. 'About IIO.OJO.OiH) each. I in i' i rs m ' slmr-x. ! In' oiintti.it ' IfcC i I thoVork on Uif fas.