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i " vJ i" i 1 A i' i i' jii l j. v O a r.ccoHD or unusual cun- RENT EVEN! ii. An Arr- 11 it a ll;ri llnti Afirr a Train l.iiilalj Man or II lull III Thlnl Krl or 1 r I h M atlie Ool f V. Inelow. f ATtY DOUGLASS, a l ik.ugi.i-s, a war J, veteran, Com- plained In court nt - .-, I'Mladelphia the V ether ilny of the ae ' f ' I I Hons i f her bus ,'; ; ban J. The ronplo ,j ilo not live together ' and the wile tay David mnltts practice of going to various dealers md having wogon loads of coal and other Buppllcc icnt to the bouse, with orders to collect the bill on delivery ot the goods. At many as i dozen wagons were sent In one day. Finally three undertaken, with Instruction! to embalm her, wire lent to the touso. Neighbors were also made the victims of bis practical Jukes, and they finally trew weary ot the Imposition. One Of the undertaken went to the expense of laying In half a ton of Ice. io as to be ready for the expected corpse. A watch was set or David, with the In tention cf having hln arrested, and when word was received of bis being locked tip It was decided to have the matter settled. This testimony was cor roborated by John A. Adu,i and Al bert Moore, two of the undertakers, and Mrs. Isabella D.ew of 329 North Sixth street. Mrs. Diew said three un dertakers bad been sent to her house, si:d on one day four londs of coal, which she bad never ordered, and did not want, were driven to th-j boufce. f he was not aware of the annoyance to which Mis. Douglas bud been sub jected, and said David bad even or dered a flora! wreath to be sent to tils wife about the time one of the under takers had been Riven the order for lur burial. As the secured had no de fense to make he was hel l for trial on the charge of malicious mischief. Out Thrro Minus Iter ( lot dot. Anna Ward of tho Digl.y IJell com pany bud to cutch an early train at lire oni.biirg, J'u , the other day and, shllo she "got there," she did so with her wnrdmbe In hrr satchel. Instead sf where she Is ncrustomcd to wear It. Tired out after dny'i hard travel and a long performance. Miss Ward retired, leaving a call for S 30 a. m., which allowed her plenty of time to dress and catch the 4 30 a. in. train. Owing to a forgetful clerk. Miss Ward snd her roommate, Mine Render, were iiwukcnc.l n couple of minutes before 4:30 a. m. by tho company's manager pounding on the door. There was no time to lose, with the depot two blocks eft IrtraUea r'r.ri ft l; y or two. He 0.1,1 without bU aitl fli'lul teeth for a tew !, but the soreness, Instead e f abating, Increased, One morning last week, when the jrp. tuascnarlnn arose, his sums wcr no Bora that he could not refrain from taking a small mirror and etar.iinlug the Interior of hli mouth. With the glass be rr.ndc a discovery that cmnr.-d him. It also amused him, although It pained blm. Protruding slightly frutn the middle ot bis upper gum was u neat, white tooth. Mr. Ilolml-ctid dressed and broke the ncm to tin family. They would not be'leuc u tit i 1 they bad ai.cn. Their ixamlnatioi re vealed that there crc clhi i li it tie; were not through, nlthou;:h r'o'e to the surface. Each day s'me then new teeth have been appearing on I o"i t'. j re,, h . v VH - -.- 'Sf .f M: . - tf i. vv v-. e. w CQDturG'O? the s tit r K Ncrthfield Bank Raiders S OY A. C. CUPJHZR. tU " v& -4r v' fv ..1, k- h V .1- -i V . -. w W .' .v ,11 k H' H' V IN TILE ODD CORNER. SOME STRANGE. QUEER AND CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. i'rnn'.t v.-.-.s nrr. s.ed 1 1 Jackon j-, ,'.!.' -o"r!, on ..."itc eliglit I-. b.il uri his priii.Ue tj br'auve !f e:.J I'.ivo on!, was p-r- V :e piny . U -,: ; ;u :l f.-i in vv: r:tH to ee.'t f i (., 11,. willt tl ci :e. I-';;; nk and Je ' Ja.r.ea, Co. I;.".!IS. T "., win re lu x,::a env loved .i . . - , .,.. .. The p'!V:...:t I e;M.e ol t':e r.i wh-i raid, d th .fiivt N..t; .n;,l 1 N-'rthr.eld, in y. , :.'!.i!.e,'. 1 H ult-d in ii.n;- l!i-'t.'.; edvet-.t.:: it. c, i; x ! hi:. ANNA WAIin. from the hotel. Knowing t'mt to miss that trsln would entail t heavy fine. Miss Ward hastily Jammed her wearing apparel Into a grip, donned a mackin tosh and, accompanied by Miss Rend er, who was arrayed In the same way, listened out of the hotel Shoeless, ctccklngWs and hatless the young act- rcfcies fairly Hew along Rreennburg's principal thoroughfare toward the de pot. The early rural risers rubbed their eyes at the slirht of tho two girls, and thought they had awakened In fairy land. The girls loaded down with psck nges, made as good time as they could, finally getting on the train ss It was about to leave the depot. Man In Convent. One of the sisters of the convent at tached to the Church of the Nativity, nt Clas'on avenue and MndUoti Mreet, Rrooblyn, Is 111 from fi Wit betauao slm raw a man In her room, and the other sinters who beard the nnhe tho man k trade In setting out are all down with something akin to nervous prortra'.lon. Tie mother superior will not give the UM-.'.f of the sia'cr who saw the man. I nl d;::!ts that he waj In the convent; that tin sinter who saw him Is III. aaj, wor. of all, that the man must hnve l.ern familiar with convent ctntoma ai.d thn hnl.lts of the alBters. They ire nil entlng supper about 6 30 p. m., when one of them left the table to go to her room. In a few momenta they were startji'd by her scr.anu and the noise a man mode In rushing down tho r.hps ami out tho door. When they were sure he hnd gone, the mother superior leading the way, the sinters went upstairs and found tho ono who bad Jui,t left the table In ft state of byfteila. Trembling i'cntly rhe tolj . thm that Jin.l ns she retched the heal tif Ihe flnjrn flm as' nn' .lied to see l.er oor in .tie. A rhe entered th room a nun 0nhel by her and down Jl'JiiT'. Nnt'ilng wa eoVn and men from Jhe riaiDion avenue police nt tlon could find no traoe (jf the Intruder. In jlni III' Thlnl Mil ..f Trrlli. WiihiV'i 1'oliiilund of 4u4 So.it h Di vision se t. Iluffulo, bo It "I years obi. Is rutlng his third si t of teeth. Mr. llolmlund Is well known on the cast al io ar.J !n buslneJi circles, being a retired wall pnpT merchant. 1I li a native of Sweden, but ban lived In this country and In RufTi.'o for many j ears. X'p to eight years n, o Mr. Holm limit had the life of his hfond set of te.-tb. lie h'd a number . ift, lull they hnd pas .1 the i,t" of practical futiie. He 0t ab)iis os b st I s c.uld for 8 roiiple of yo.irs, then had the reniiiltiisig teeth ex'.ra.-te.i, and a pet of fj'.-e o!i" nn d. Al'ut two weeks ago ,U fu:m biv'an to annoy hira. They nrie e i,o iil 'tte the e.lpcs. Loth on the ii.-o.-r i on tho Insrr Jtw. He tf.-i. t! b't fls 'eeth were the ra ise cf the jorr :iiiS, that tbey taj ct up Jiij 2' I :.e-n:r.a Nntl.fi dd ! tii .u ly II ! no Wi .-I i oi,:- I t! e l!'u' er nil t!.c tiT the tipper and the lower Jaws, snd V -. llolmlund Is now the pT-en: or of b:.:f a dozen brand nr t-ch. One on tb lower Jaw Is so fur developed that in owner la able to use It. (iravfl In the C'lly' Heart. Thew was a burial In New York lost week In the Marble cemetery on fee ond street between First and Second avenues. It was In the t.e:rt of the city right under the windows ot blocks of tall tenements. Miss Hester Smith died at her home near Marlborough, Viator county, Wednesday nltht, In her P's.il!". t: ev red" It'tn a tie I Inn, ai..l tine. M v J" ot'O i f M, rowel to-'t i 'I'm:; r.eur d In It p:, A tl-i'i-s n'::, d n l.i re a man r, 1 1 t'e'IMii.l 1'lly ' hill - hone 1 ir lli'-b i MI33 HKSTEil SMITH. elrhty-slxth year. She was the daugh ter of Daniel Smith, whose name was a power In mercantile New York before Commodore V&nderbllt orgnnlied the Suten Inland ferry. All the gentle old splnnter's associations were of the time when the Marble cemetery was a fntblonable place of Interment, to they lifted the great slab of blue stone oft the pntrnnre to the Smith vault and laid her where Smiths have been burled for niarly a century. Waltiea Out uf a Window. A birthday party In Philadelphia was broken up by an accident to tho host The party was given In honor ot John O'Neil. AfU-r midnight the guests lie csma very lively and spent much of their time dancing. The room, a sec ond story one. Iiecame uncomfortably hot, and all tho windows were thrown wide open. About 4 30 o'clo-k O'Neil. who was waltzing rapidly around the room, suddenly lort his balance near one of tho windows snd plunged he-ad first through It to the stree't. When his startled companions went to his asitancs they found that be had bcu badly bruised about the body and head. II was removed to the hos'iltnl. All Hall Ihn Finlillna Woman. "We, your neighbors, ronjri .itulatt yon over your vlctoty and triumph over the RiitgomelHti r of Locum stm-t, snd we assure you of our bl;h r garJ bcrnuxe you aro a woman who kiions how to take rare of yourself." This was a testimonial given by admiring friends to a Rrooklyn new woman wiio thrashed an unwelcome lover who per sisted In annoying her with hit at tention and calling her names for not accepting them. The testimonial was accompanied with flowers. T. tow woman In tho ease Is Mrs. Lizzie Kel ton, but her prowess Is somewhat dim med by tho admission she weighs 2?0 pounds, while William l.elner, whom she thrashed, only weighs about HO and Is a tnlior at that. Biwiim a t'htld from Ihe Flames. A brsvs fireman, William J. Schuster, crawled on his hands and knees through flames and smoke In a burning hallway at New York last week, and rescued a child which was strapped Id a chair, The fire was all about th child when Srhnsler reached It, and so near that Its clothing as S'orched. Thrcf little boys left alone In J, W. Haimes' homo had set It on fire. Neigh bors rescued thrm, but they forgot the baby, and the house was full of Or Yuiirgcr. re up to tlil.i time be nr.d Ode hv! rl.l le;i tl.e san.e hor. e. A cold drtrr.iirfi r:i ict :i the i',iy after th" mil, and eou'ltitir.l nearly every clay far two wnl.e. Dining thl.i tir.io the robber Ind l.n e!i"iter end no he.tvy coining, end It is wnrclej-ful how ni:y buinan being roui ! cid-irc the exposure tin y did, rotne cf t!.i'"i rft lomly wounded ns tiny ere. It rlmn'y sl ows the cli fpcrato fight one will make for life. They would iiuiomiiiy reil at so:ne out of the iv.iy hoii-p mid hi;y or beg food. They su' :,!'' 1 chliltv on green corn, taken fror i riel l.i along tho way. which ttwy rttiU-illy ronated. For a cbtnK'! they had n wnlermelon or n chicken, ns the refuv In laeir several fi r n :;!; ti n" in a cio.hinc t'ore, but bin -c t,)il ilid r.nt ,te,:rn with bin r. :.! hi. to. ii iMlom d It to de vote hla tiMO to l-.ec i-a.-itir; and gambling. I raw t,i:n l:i Dalio. In ll'i3. lint made no cfi'iTt to n ne?.- cur acquaintance. On tb'tr J.-utir.c-y the Yn.'npi-ro and I'IUh hi w a p..r. of c.l'.kcu hunter.', with le.inn, nii'l proci'ed toward them wi'li the litei:tion of iijiiro,ir!m inr; the ho.-.--c,. The bui.tetii, divining their pn -;iu c, ba.i'.ily (xehannel the earttli!i-ig in their funs containing chicken fch.oi for . ou.e containing buck rhot. stil eto id off : Intruders by reii'lnj; n f.-w volkvs toward thera. When near Ma I Ha, Watonwan county. Minn., n Sccde boy raw the ese.iplng roMx-rs. and rldir.g Into town r.-parted the fict to the r!tl. n, who turned out en nipirce to effict tho capture. Afler imp ililniiislilt.n the pursued were cormllrd In n denee plum thicket nt a bend cf a river. They were aar rounded on all sill, but made a iles pcr.V.e fiijht. rhotn were poured In upon the: : from all direction, but they ciuiiplnr. p'ac-g Indicated. Th whole would not e ::ie out Fina'ly the sher. founirv turmd out to chafe the ban- pa" of tho fo:n,!: a brava llttb JrUh dlts, ai'd sevc. ii tin e.i their purmiers ' i-'.tn named Gilli sple, called for voluii cam In sUht ( f then , when shots were j tec r to go Into the thb'ket with him Lhati.ed. t o-i of their cmipliiT ' nad bring the robberj out. Gig men ri line plead Kitllty, tha severest pen it'.iy v.jiii Impi-kunniriit for UK If tli plea v.art "rot guilty," tiud convtftlon fuiluwi I, ilir- death s nteuce might be pronounced ly (i,e oilUlatltig Judge. (The b.-.v hns clnce ln chanced In this respect.) The murderers took ndvauta:e of the law, nd to save their necks (very likely with the hope of fiiture pr.nlon or escape), plead guilty r.nd wore sentenced to the penitentiary nt Stillwuter cor life. Dull Younger died tbeio a few years nr;u. f'cr:i efforts hsie been made to bccure tho pinion of the Yoitngrrs. hu: up to thl-t tlini no r.eicnior of tin stato has cared to assume to grave t responsibility: such action would In sure bis political death. There was tho usual sentlmen'ality and slobbering on the part of weak minded worun over these rrlmlnaln. Rouo,uets of flowivs were presented to the prisoners, and their signature so. Ilcltcd fur autograph albums. l ! an Aninrr to the C) li)' Warning Nearly llrawnrd In innmtr The l.leelrlr tnrnar Knnws City's IH( I'ollermaiw JUDGE PACE MORRIS. lie Hilt K'nrrre.l funcrruman Town, In thr hiilh Mlnnranta (Dululh. Mltin.. Letter.) Judpo Tage Morris, who has Ju bcn elected congressman from tin sixth dlRtrlet of Minunejota ovti Charles A. Towne. has achieved i notable victary. Cone rem. man Towyi I ot:e of the foremost, ablest and nios active members of the republicans whi r . ' m ADY. do not heed her wurntng; Trust me, thou shall find tue true, OonMant as the light of morn ing 1 will ever bo to you. Lady, I will not deceive thee, Fill thy guileless heart with won, trust mitt lady, and believe me. Sorrow thou shult never kp..iw, Trust me. lady, trust me. ludy. Borrow thou ahull never kuow. Lady, every joy would perish, I'loiiHures all would wither fa.it. If no heart could love or cherish In this world of storm and blast; E'en the stars that gleam nbove thee Shine the brightest In the night; So would he who fondly loves thcej In tho darkness be thy light. Dosrn beside the flowing river. Where the dark green willow weepi, R'hero tno icnfy branches quiver, There a geniio maiden sleep; t-ady, he's no heunless stranger Comes and lingers many hours Lady, he's no heartless stranger For he strewa her grave with flow ers. Lady, heed thee not her warning, Lay thy soft white hnnl In mine, Tor I seek no fairer laurel Than the constant love of thine; When the silver moonlight brightens Thru shall slumber on my breast, Tender words thy soul shall llcliten. 1-ull thy spirit Into rest. It la Greater than that of Louisville. Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Des MolneJ, Minneapolis or St. 1'hiiI. Chief Bar vlss and the board of police comtnls sloners of Kansas City, Kan., take great pride In maintaining this forco ot brawny policemen. Like I'eter tho Great, they never miss an opportunity of enlisting a heavy man In tba rank. t Tlic Hoenlgrn Itajr. An account Is given In tho Electrical Engineer by Dr. Charles Nootnagle of , Milium nulls, who wna nresent at the S meeting in Wurtzburg when Trofcsnor Roentgen first illHciosed tho nianner In which thl.i scientist happened to d!it cover tho now famous ray which beni? his name, savs the SL Louis RcnubK' Whllo experimenting with the cathoil' rays Pinltted by ji Croukes tube ono evening ho hnppetjed to nolo that a little piece of paper lying on his work tablo was sparkling as though a single nw nl klnl. . , .. ..I. I .. !.! r.,ll,.n linAU I . j v i j tftiu BUIIVUIIIt, Him luii-u t It In the darkness. At first he thought" It was merely a reflection from an flee- trie spark, but the reflection was too bright to allow of that explanation. Finally he picked up the paper and. on examining It. found that the reflected llpht was given out by a letter "a." which some student lis. J written on the paper with a platinum cyanide solu tion. Then In roncluiled that the In vlsllilo cathode rays must have caused tho Illumination of tha paper. Natu rally enough, be next endeavored to Intercept tho rays, first with a book anil afterward with several solid sub stances, but found that nothing etcept a b ad plate had any appreciable effect upon the rays. It wss then but a step for a scientific man to ascertain wheth er the Invlsiblo rays were capable of affecting a photographic plate, with the result now so well l.nown. ' "v: 1 1- -vy !-.' ; . . ' t i I e" . 'I V. v. . i - ( iis.: '. if". - . ."'.V.J 1 ,wi I i 1 v .1' i t. r!i. ;a ,7 ; e .'" l Nearly lrnnr.l In n lla'niiielrr. From ihe I'ruvidence Journal. Dulght II. Ktrlcklsnd. un Inspector In the em ploy of tho witer dependent, nearly lot bis lift! In the gasometer of the I'rovidi nre Cas company, nt I'luln and Lock wood Urcetn, on Wednesday. Tho IttMime.iT Is fitted with a large tank, blch holds the rs. This tank floats In wster. To "take" the meter the inspector wa compelled to enter the .l.l'.dlng where the tank is located. A man In charge of the structure un locked the dim.' of the circular build ing and t'ao tspi-etor folione,! th? talis c'rn Into the l.iterlor between the n aln wall and the tauk. At the foci; if the narrow st lire was a slender plat trm upon which Mr. Strickland stood while cttgiged In co;iyl:ig the rcg.j.ti-r. While Liking the figure the p'.auklng ,"aie say and the In.ipector wai thro.vn .nto the deep ater. It es quite dark in the linllJins, snd after goln tUxn md r.Mm; to tbe surface Mr. titil.k 'atij ec::!d no'. Sco plainly, and b'.i sai t d.-..na'' ttiTgclr fi find romcthiiii jli 7-t a r.r:a tol l of In older to kee.) I his head b;.o.o water. IIic heny j .'otblrg. eti.e tatur-i'e l with water. iir;cd hlia d ) n. uml once ho was on the joint of rcle-sslcg lu.e grp from the splintered plankint (ln..ting about him. Had ho done to he would pro., tihly have been ilrowc.e.l. Mcan lme Mr. Strii bland was crying iu uiy tor hup. Finally his shout were heard hy the aatc'.imnn. who ran Into the gc.sarr.cter ind found the lnpe-t(,r struggling for life. With no small amount of trouble ihe watchman succeeded la hauling the Inspector upon the st.tlrs. whers Mr. ftrlckUnd fell cxhtu led. Mr. Strlrklsnd's strajnle fcr life was so desperate that he futalr.ej a revert ihock to his nervous s stein. He will pi o' ably recover In a fear days Low-ever. 1 ' . i I-"' r . - - "A SI107.T, Ml.Mir CONFLICT F.XSl'E!) AM) TIIS 8:iEniFF AND PARTY WERE VICTORS." pinceii, ro i.e.ir to l-e'rn taii'Mi r cro j r'.cr1! cd from tho crowd, v hj, I'h the ti'ey t! at t'.c Ir hot..- . to nb:..-i!'ii1nl ncrtit, formul a line abreast an I r. :d lef tied to tier.'. N'ot 1: r fror.i mnrehrcl In o the thicket, while tbe !..r.nl;nto a f.u-"ir tore Di.einine) t0'! j crowd brMtl 'c ily nwn ted the result. Into tl: ir li-ti'!.i. and to'd tin ui w'.-eie , a chert, chutp cor-fllct : uul, and the t.-.ry . r r:i.l ho v t r.-a-h o'.a.. c;,. rjf( and tarty w r: tletora. ' if .. IP' W J. SCIU'SLEIL and smoke when the mother returned and by her icieams gave notice of the oversight luiuiti ! f.r.. They thi ater.rd tn ki 1 Imiiii'i.::. I'tt fr.al'.y ic'.c.'.id bin. c.a Mi proml t't "' : r.-.tf-c." A fic-li li.-.ie'.il wis rivet tl the upon (i.tuD'.ci'itig t tint tno t.e lug party had r.nmly r;a ac I the tail- I road br.ere nt ''atika'o. Here t'ie g il'l! rep.iriited. ti e tw.i J.ir.;e i hrni :ig oft io, I'll. v li1!-- th ' tli. i c You n t'-." .i and I' ll ki .t ei i Ih-ir i e -ly c .lui-e. The Jatiea brothc.-it si Ve two or..n from ft j'.Kt'ire nud m n r. id oi th-m (having b.'i-rt of hay far fa Mica r.nd rcpeu for In .ill' O wi re riditie alcng a i nnf 'ei,;:, ii'.ed - ad la the wn.n'a Mil. n a l"v c'i: h'lti. i:;t for then v. i ll a . b t g.m i.-d l. i .i "' N .I 1'i'itv. re n Ly the lohl.t .- tae 1 r.y n :-;n d b. ii t; 1 I ,. m ,1 hi. ti, nud bo n it i".n e e..t r ,rn. v. ! -,i n .til Lo:li b ' i li, the elect in i'i ;nk .I.irtu ' i"! r.i a p-t': f'tl w nt-d. i.:w m.mh.v 't. i e i:i jHir IM I : h. ,! ti e r liors .1 ' Man Willi lale 1 1 rail. In a little vliiaito In the neigulior bood of Avirnes. not far from LI Me, France, re.-ldis a retired artilleryman named Morrail, who wns one of lb hi tee on the Fre nch ! lr In tbe war of 1 "7e. At the memorable action at ltapiiime, Mnrenu was wounded hy a shell, which burst r'elit In bis fuc.v He was Eiminicrl.y attended io by the car jeons, who were afterwards sur;irn-d to find 'hit be lived on. Of Ms face I nothing reniaiiu u m'act nut the fore- nii.j,..p him eir. . FcntiV's hnnl and the Jaw. Th'.ty-flvc pieces , e, , , (, a tr-v tili li I' s'Te- Ilo ; w. ri be ll.i. e I a c i r-liai j:.- tal.tnn lef! t!-.i,".!i. li::'' Not l.n . . , !; Hl.lt. tin- I's-i : to a rat eti I e-.aped. 'la the tie tinitii of Sioux Ci'y the James br.vbrr c: .taied a d e , r, cut on a prefer, inr.il v! it. mid r.:' er wr','.,..', ; or u' ji.io t ti. ik Ills i 10 I.e.' iil.d le .'t h i .11 n f..i- eat n.-ti la: th-e Int r. . rn lre-.-o. front of the fa so t3, a wax m.vk , 0M b tl,0 J;,n. B ,,, , rf. .. .j 14,1 let hS (ilJ-Mi'f .1 i 1 I ...... I. . 1. " , 'V u, , i'b.lr old Limits lu iK F"' ' iit.iv ,a.i. mm n j,au- . num in.i"k ten yc-uis ag.t. This n:r;al of bone wre laVen e i' of the wounded part. This left a ti-.r.tl cavity In Ihe ms-ek Is said to answer wonderfully well, but It has to be repainted from time to time.' Iclul our!. hero ihi'.v bad ptoti e tiem. Je. .'o lived !u Kansas City foe a jut or tno u lor io tle sprltu: of l' vJ. i. hen he r movnl to St. Ji'fpli. he-re be V..I3 fhot n- I I ille 1 in V'l' 1 ef t!.- t y. ,ir by lie l ord, rue el 11 .ma I unl. II Ii oi ii r ei iv. ,i i: ..a t ; ; i ; n. i The n imber f patent medlrlu ii"L tit ai I'nctii uii n iiiitih. c j i lt.r. V..- nl 1 t In II.. . -.'' tlit'riti.M illitl;i!0it frel .1 c ' H'l t h V - .i.j . nt- n h.d ' Cole YounFi r. ti e o:i'y o. e suunlln-, threw up his li ii a d e nud s.iid: "D.m't i I.e. it egin; we rum n-cr; we'rn n'l fbo! to plecefi." I itti wnj dea l, whl'o Jim and Hob Yeutiper we're ra'-h scrl- 0. rly woutiiled In ieier.il places and vniil le tit arise, nr.d Cole bud received no In thai! rjg'.it wounils. A b ill from ono of ih.- ro'.i! er's revolvers grazed the sheriff's wtl.it, r.r.l nnotber hit a 1. rl..rwo;l jipe In tho vest jiocket f,f etc of th. thii'.ti s party, glaiiclna hina'"' ! nwsy. (Me Ycv.ri.cr t..i:td freely ft th.i t'r. c cf 1.1s cap. are, ciai'M Dyrjn mid .- ha-cprare, unl raid li.l.' h.i had ind In (lie i on h all his life, nnd t'.iiiilii h v.,in fan I sr wilh ivnrm ' eitl r, l!!ii:ni);:i m.i,; (he hottest '' '-iite be ecr i.!iit-i.. he Oinpll s'mc! lb.- e-iii.ir..- of No.-.hf.cld and i.ir iloiiif an i ii.uty c. i tin ir braieiy, i .1 i.nl be I. ad no u.-.i for detertlvis artel I'. !i-c oi n. I i'.e..' 1 &.; v..i-. inVe-t to Kt. J aiil and toi.'.i 1 u ii t.i Vc .' it p'iy, who .o .v .: 1 ItU t .-'v. ; ; j. l'.uil to I. .'a:l:'y I':t s ai :!ie en w.io sh U me chile v-as cle.:ie;..!i! ...e n:i:i!('s ,i-.jp. rty. Wl.'l.' e.,;r the n tunir.i Dr. "ttrpby n.'.c.l lit If I o t'il l i e tl.o ' linr.cr that .'ville.l t' e t:l t,er rs a l;"cp-.-e.';c." If I did he w.,uM "rut It eff t-.d lii! It up fcr me." I (leellncd tho Mud ofTcr. th'nkleg I vimiid remember l'ie ir.c.lent wUh-v.it sucb a memento. Ihe Yorr.grt were taken to K'ce t-"y n"d r' . e,i .j i P c ur.ty .'ail nt i"c.'aii i- i -,-' t t h" n-'"o'i of t!1 .-:..! ':iv. The v .T. eh"i,-.-.l with belted to fr,e silver. IIU ork li corgress and l i the camjiuliin has beet vlcroui and efTcrtlve, Ju Ije Morrl nl.o will arccee.l Mr. To.ie In th. fotiso of representatives. Ii fully th. coital cf his tote it preilece-sor rs ai orator. Judge Morris Is a native o Lynchhutg. Va a pra l.t ite of Will lan nnd Mary colii-.e, ar.d nn ex professo In tha Tca-i Military ca,. my. Ii 1S.-0 ho wrs nilriiltied to the bar. am returning to his hor.-e In Virginia ther, in g in practice. In 1SS0 he came ti Dulitth. and hi gre.it ability as a bif er made blm a prominent man In t year. He was elected municipal Judg. c S ;-. :. s-ri-;."r- '. 'v ' V Their Darling !. A well-dressed woman with a pug dtg bonrdid a Haltlniore avenue car yes let day afternoon, and on seating herself 'cok the pel on her lap and b'-ssn to feed it with randy. The pug evide ntly e njoyed the meal very much, snd when ;V woman erased be Ran pawing at the box to get more. Just then another woman got on with a Skye terrier. As tbe pug was very Int. nt upon trying to get the lid off tbe box of candy It pld no notice to th newcomer until bet of r.iudy fell to the Poor and the sweet sere scattered all over the ear. In stantly the terrier begnn tn gobide up Ihe candles, seeing whleh the rug jumped i!.in and fastened his teeth In the oilier dog's nee k. Thi-n there uas trouble'. Over the floor redUt b'th. dor" regardless of candy, women tw cenducte r. Se vcrsl females seiraii.el and stood up on their seats while ijioi men chee re I the contestants en to vie te ry. The conductor stopped the bout snd dragged the pets off the car. Until somen fill'iwfd and tbe fight was set tbd by arbitration. Philadelphia Rec o: 1. The l.lrrirlr Fnrn.r. M. Moissan hss nn to count of his latest icuarclu-! with the electric fur uace in a recent lisuo of the Annalcs do Chimin et de I hyslijue. lie gives lae preparation and properties of titan ium, molybdenum, uranium, and the borbics of Iron and of cirhon, the prep n At c n (if msiitar c-e, and an hlsto: l:al iccount of the researches already made en tbe rrystallled cerbi lej of the alka line tariha. lie abo lays claim to Hie iliecovcty of ciysta'.llze J carhieie of cal cium, while ssUi.hig to Mr. Wilson th' credit of having introduced Its manu facture In the I'nlted States. With re r.nrd to tituni'im, M. Mo Usan h is found that lib a current of M amperes and i) volts titanic acid Is converted Inta crys'.alllzid ox'de of titanium. With Iji) amperes tnd "0 volts, the broiue jellow nitride is obtnlued. With 1,2'0 ai..piiiM nnd 70 vul.s aro ueiel, the tenipeiatute rises above th paint of decomposition of this substance, and the carbide Is formed, free from nitro gen; and If this is heated with an ex cess of titanic acid, titanium contain ing only 2 per cent of tur'oon is ob tained. Thcsr- sucrcs-lve, actions, says M. Molssar, give a dec-helve proof of Ihe Increase of temperature of the dec. trie arc depende nt on an Increase of the current, and fror.i the starling jmint ef another long scries of experiments. The preparation of tho crystallized compound of . i on and boron contain, leg over 13 e r i cat of boron, and near ly corresponding to tho formula Fell, effectually disposes of the assertion of r.ome workers on Iron that It U Impos Mble to alloy these two elements. A 'nna;tenarUn 1'rrnrhrr, Trolstjly tho oldest living preacher v. M:li tl. II oeitvely tngugeel in the min-lit.-y tee Knth-T Waugh of my town," i.. Id U. 1. Cniin.n of Sonora, Cal. "lie I .i 'j years of s j and has b i-n In Ihe li mtetry for Wi.nty yir. He wss Ui.aciI In Virginia and uii! )c.trs ago pnadi.-d lu Washington. Me filltcj a religions paper, siileh wj so iro m niiced In lis antl-nlai'i ry views diet ho was rompille l to I.NV ginla. going to Ml.uiil and taking his p.iljut elecMcily into p,d tl s durtug t!i troublous limes of the Missouri com i.r;ilse dlse-usilon. Again be left hy re test and went overland to Sonora, v l:cte he has redded ever since. Now, st the age of 90 years, he attends all conferences of the Methodist church, In- . i tig bale ar.d r.eirty end fceilng, h tcy.c, like a hoy.' Ilo knows ah n.:st all of tho lad nn left In southern California ptrionally and Is almost nor.hlped by thoai." Waihlngtou Gtr. Illu.hr ripe. ' ff Lord Shell. ..Id his lately aildej an other Interesting relic to Ihe hetero geneous coile.'tian of curlcmltles which ornani-nted the walls of his cricket .alllon at Sheffield Fark. During his recent visit to lledglum he piirel,.1.; the richly ornamented pipe lllue her esr rlcd with hi. n during the Watriioa' camp.iUn. When the gallavt I'r.n (,in Ri unhorse) and ridden over byths French cavalry at l.lgny hi plo fell from his pocket, but was ulisru.ur i,tj ill-covered by A faithful follower, ho offered to reston It to It owner. So pleased was lilucher at hli comrade'! hene.sty that he mado him a pn .'"nt cf the rip', which has now found t( nay Into Lord Shefflcld'a possesion.- WeMinilustei tiazelte. v V -. 1 1 Hon. pace Monitia. n 15I. city attorney In IS'Jl, and a l'1-...e.-.e . . .or.ee J.lllgc fM,, ,nJ J nrhr, , ,,,, ........... i iu.un, ma rnrrmaiRn ...e n!R. nn el.. Kansas t'lly'a tiinm rrcmrn. From the Kansas City Tinus. I'os f'.Lly there Is uo other town of Its c In the I'nlted Stale-s thit has as laiRe polie-enicn as at Kansas Cllv. Kan. lly request ot Chief Servlsa every officer on tho force was weighed and mean tired yesierday. and an average made that comparisons could be made with other cllli'S. The average wedght of each polleemin Is 191 jioands. Tho average height Is 6 feet lu'j Inches. Tbe heaviest ofTler on the force Is ratrolman Joe Addison, who tips tbe oeaiu at jso pounds mid niewsum t Th. light- on the fare weighs V A linker C.lileig Anay llrar. S Iite tt.ivelcrs n th I'remdway ear 'k every night, from 11 o'clock to mid t.lglit. what the men are dnirot whom they ge-e in Hue along the tddcwalkti In front of draco church and stretching far nround the corne r Inln Mth nireiet. Keiino of them are standing, but the most are silting on the curbstone. They do not move and seldom speak, nnd their apathy and evident condition ol waiting for so'iieihlng rxe lte much ett li.ndty. Thej sre waiting for thlr fiijs. per. A klnct-henrted haker has fur about a yeeer mini, a practice of giving; a lonf of bread nt midnight to every per son who niild.e.l fe-r It nnd who i.i.ni.i J to be hungry. He Rave a cup of hut ro.fea with ciuh loaf last winter ci. I off the coffee ratio.i sln.-e weather rime in. A few minutes be foie the dlH'ril'iitlon a man goes down th.- line snd weds out Ihe men who h thinks ilo not liee'd the hre,, nnd on a hi: pi r from Mm t;ry sneak out ol the llnciend slinkawny. Tbero are ofte n Mei lonve-i given oay In a night-. New Ycuk Times. but warm .I s .ef In lict.-d. At lh.it tbe e ' I I of ?! niie po a Mere 'iij witit vi.ie.H i ni'i jvri much h -n . n . I r f 1 1 1 Bi.,1 liu M..a. ki . ' , :"" " ",m- pounds. There are no pigmies among a bound one of the moat prominent tha Ksn.v. City. Kan., po-lcemen. Ev. men In the country. .rr ,an ,, ,nrr, ,, WP,, ,,, Bfl , . . , . . capable of fiilf.lllng the. euiM n( , T shot ttl of tnlile rli.fha nrn n-e-iii.. l.w . t ..... . . . . . - - - "v eeoeine -r ne never nis s, ea ore re ii ie-.g ice le-ivior.o taronsn trIP wr.n 1 onlrc. Thb . ' r I lis .11 e I. Ic IK.a..,. - ' . . .. v li.MMiKii e.ee wr.nij. quire.', itiln averaec c la greater . r iA ,!( a M-llli.,.C.i.rl.,n ..J .e..' ., . uj., aim mi- . iaan inm oi leenver, iimshs or any ' other western city, tlih twocser,-..;ur.3. hh.w nf Ne-icma Kliln. y A rilll.'llelnhla llhvslelnn k.. -.- . -- ..... . nail u,a j slices made from the skin if negroes. i.niiMiy, nut tmel lie Q!,ans tho epU ibuniis from bodies lil,-h have been used for cllHscetlng purpnsca In a fa mous medical college n this city, Ttm. thighs are flayed and tho skin tbua pro cured e sent to Womi Isdorl, hear Heiv.1 Irg. and there tnnue.l by o stolid lb-rtin eouiity eotunn. The rosiilt la beau tiful leather, extremely H0ft and plia ble, very lustrous Slid iinre.ltv r a J fine but very thick piece of kid. Tho lihoon are beautiful i l.a- ! j gracp the f.vt kindly. This etiicy loia n-oni actual persrnal no le-eiu '. The li.lv. ii. . c lu t.,n l.i,,., of ' v. !..-!. j Va Uid ;.Uullolia V3ry proeperotuw , ,