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LIVE VAINT WOULDNT THEY KILLED ONE. DO. of term. a Milan t Kp Ik Tnw c Hi. I'mrai IManuliy aarf It. e HOSE terrible- Afn in hold I'aiui Utah . M finite : si,iir,caad Tj . I kl t .11 v want LKv thing tuff geneiat- or aa-jihrr sMnWI the recent out break the Afridl esiab I a "Zlarat." or place ot pilgrim a tho.r country, ami ihe way they amounted lo .1 -i . I . ,.' .- . . i neighboring tribes all had Zlar nd ihe people went in pilgrim to tbeiK and li.-;ei .,: -:, t m.mat Ing from the .lead holy men v:i tui r . I lien alb t lie kbrine ft UM dMS not asms ever MMa any holy ii:..n among the J Afridl Zlarst bun ny-i III order to have t i . 1 ou hgtiai ha vi .i lini) inan '. Th AT.-RR' han f" 'StL.v ao nay rentnrlea robbing caravanrVnd tealirg aheep that the had not bad Malt to pay any profound attention la IMr aylrltual welfare, and really did ot feel the .-...i , .,1 piigrlt:i- age No: long aeo. how rer, aone Mul lahk appeared amur.g them ami hi n to point on: their defti li ri , , this faapaet It waa aboan to them tba Ikey did not even Itave a Zlarat and were In n ba l , ... raK, A w. f nllgloua fi.r.or nw. pt over the ur complaint on thr par; of Then the queetlon nrnie .r i0 get ting a aalbt for tha akrlne Oi of the rhiefa aald that he l.n. of i Ktintt:i k Who lived out among the lull who would fill the bill i. in he waa an tor tuaately atill alive Thi round I tkoankt thai that mlgbl be remedied, and ao the Khaitak waa arnt for. He waa put through a rigid examination THE BLUE The blue Jay la a common tii .1 of tKe United State east of Hie Crral I'lalna. and remalna throughout the year In moat of It range, although It num Itera are eomewbat reduced In winter la the Northern Stale.. During aprlng and Mummer the J.iy i fi.ncii to I,, come ao Induatrlou banter for Inaecta, and la not no conaplcuoua a feature of the landarape aa when it roams the country at will after the carea of Um aetitlng Keaaon are over. In an in vestigation of til' food of the blue Jnv annual lia wrir i i,iuiiii.-i, which Bowed that animal natter romprlaed 14 per cent, and vegetable matter 7b per cent, of the blrd'a diet. Bo much haa lieen aald about the neat-robbing kabita of tke Jay that apecial aearck waa made for tract of liirda or bird' gg In the Mtomacli. nltb the reault that ahrlla of -mall bird' egg were found In three and the remalna of young bird In only two atomacba. tat to bla hlgb principle and general virtuea, and he brought a lot of teat I mony to prove how hull be waa. ilia examination being aatlNfactory. Ihey alew the aalonlahed Khaitak then and there and built a big pile of etOBM over hi bod y . Then ih. proclaim.;', their deed, and In a week the pilgrim were flocking to the n.-w Ztural and the reproach waa removed from Ihe land Naturally the men who planned and en. i .ited Ihla pinna "coup' were looked upon by Ibe Afridl an public lienefac lor of approved piety Among the Afridl ihe man mut reapected la the man who la the moat expert thief In fail, thievery la the only n ad to dlatlitction among them The arheme by which until of late llri laln muxxled lhee deaperate folk ia in genloua and worthy ol note. To pay an frldl to behave lilmaelf every day of Ihe week I a rourae too expenalve for any governmenl Hut by arrang' ment Ihev have undertaken, at a price, to liehave after the faahlon of Olrtl liana on two day a week The ntBM Ave are devoted lo tbroal cutting, ill iiging and the uRuai bnalneM of life, knl mi the remaining h.o they have hitherto aal quietly on their kllltoni mid wati lied with watering mouth the rich caravan pa to ami fro in the pa , knaantk. If a ahni eraa fin i on tiioe tayi the ttibe on a? nana mxMind tin- outrage tnok place got I IMM' i up' . aln'iei (Mil of II allowance next quarter day. Of Hit aum Ihe mini tired at got .'iiiO rutH-e. or hi relation If It happened to !. a good hot. while the government wa the rii lo r for the real. An Olil Mnnrr. Imlthe Win new i I Jobiiton I 0 reminded of the pioyi-rb that the good die young llrowne Hut he's 7.', If he a day tual my point Hmiiiie Kx n tiy. I bai N I M. liumstone Hill- 1 want to take out no Insurance policy, see ? Agent-Plat gUaa? BE'- THE FOOTLIGHTS. Re.en'li hi n x.;a ;, :.an v. a play lag in At You l.'ke !t." at .Stratford Khgiaad. Mra. Navarro iMary Ander von i occupied a hoi Ten y-ar ag- is-fore ahe wi married Mr Navarro bad appeared aa Roeallad on the rsmr ' stage. She wan enthusiast's over the! , perforrnar.ee and Invited Mr. Italy and j ' all the company to a little Informal I dinner she had arranged expiesely for them. Mra. Navar'o (till ha her love- I ly roaebud complexion und looka l!ro I and girlish. I ' V '' :a f'rquh I ' ' ha I of late lieen making nnklnd remark KMI her nan land and haa signlfh.i the 'intention of never again rearing In hrarlLg I'. - ' When 'he Rudley esastsjaBl ball In Ne lien tern put r.n a ht the dneh of De, tht Kr.gil.h nana nance for miking re their o l l!rn ' (p. I tger alao saw a g nm li ir.ey. but affair In an entirely tin light. The man le affair wanted to rtlon aa true to life he haa already ol- they recaii!'"! ih different and ml and ...iu. mmmmn uineianru ui .ur . - ; iiini nmiunin m, iii rim u? wein 10 the fanry roatumrrii and learn mI the eiart coat of Ike gorgeoua gowna. Tker. he wrote to the owiiern. itnllng that he would like to purehaae the gowna and offrrlte 60 a id $7h for robea which "! aay where from $5 M' in tl V . of tt: :on! ladla, , l anil rnuntenae gladly aold the eoa tnmea and othera who did not wlh to part with thelrr. offere' 'a loan then: ' In order that the mage irprraaatatloo ahould I e a aurceai. tte Oitilbert la No lea I have on I In whli h D approaalheg bnr wry Kunny Davenport will play a abort Kennon hla yenr iw-im-flve weeka during which ahe produce but one n. pint und ha no ctie-night atand. rl?l Hrkalrr. Tboma Carlra,wko trara met Daniel Webaler ai u Mtad bou at lirenk faal. aald ' ThU .m. i n an Wehetcr I JAY. 2 Su-h negative evidence t not aiifflvieni to controvert the great maa of tehll mony upon tbl point, but It howa thai the habit i not o prevalent aa bar lieen lielleved Reaidea bird and then egg, the Jay cat mice. fh, aalaman dera, anaila, and rTTHtaieaaa wblih gj together conatltule but little more thun 1 per n nt. of it diet. The nerl food la mail" up of bretlea. graaahopper caterpllUr. and a few iper,.H 1)f 0,n,.r order, all MXlona, except aonie jk-i cent. of predacMiin tM'.-t li-a Thn. IHiraeilllllK mure in. in :i j..r ,., ,ir lt, the vbola food conaiat of hnrmfui in eecte. In Auguat Hie Jay. KI. rnilri) other bird, turn It attention to graaahnppera. which constitute at iri one-flftk of IU fond during tbai month At tbl time. alao. in..x( . r the nth.r noxioua inaecia. including caterpillar, are couaumed. thouab lieetlea are eaten chiefly in aprlng. The vegetable food la quite varied. lake to lie one of kg iilfTeai logic buf fera and parliamentary athletea any where to lie met with in our world at preaeni a grim. tall, hroad-botumied yell, , skinned man. with brow I lie pret lpltoUK cliff, and huge black, dull wearied yet unwearlable looking ey under them, aniorpnoua projecting nose, and the angrieai ajuaj mouth I huv nnywhere een. A droop on th aldea of the upper Up la quit ma. iff like magnificent to look upon, it i i quiet, withal I gtieaa I should like III to lie that man nigger lloaeyer he la a right dcivr man in bla way, and haa a huaky aort of fun In him too; drawla In a handfaat. didactic milliner about 'our republican iBUJIa tlona,' etc . and o play hi part." Tever la I'Unla. It apar ftom aonie ( urlom eile ri meiita mgde by Mr II M. Richard that when plant are wounded their reptratlon Hn irwang, and at the ame time their temMTIIIIire perceptlbl) j rise, a if a kind of fever had lieen pnMluied by tin Hound, a thermo- elect ri, iipparalua, capable of regleter- ! it ; it change nf one-fdur-bundredth of j a degree, wa cmplmid When a po tato wit wound, , I tin, f,.w.r manlfated ' llaelf by mi elevation of temperature wni( li w grraient at tin end of twen ty four hour, when It began "lowly to decline An onion Hlmilarly irented aaqalani an increae of temperature many lime greater than that ah'iwn by the potato, und the fever. ItiHlead of neiiig lonnned to the neighboi-biNiil of the wound, affected the entire onion. In fad. the onion proved to lie tnori readily affected In tbla way than any other vegetable cxicrlmcnted with. The rise of temperature I caused by Inrroaaed uhanrptlon of oxygen.. llrr.lt Talk. Duet Ills argument seem to be nound. Kennel Ye, and nothing else. What's la a Nama, Stranger What street Is the Jail oaf NativeLiberty street "M,NO 11 ..I nnVir ! V rUVnCU ' '"fTenn. -mere!, never more then lJUjIa Ifl A tiltlttll. m m ltl , ,,,,. I a . ...... . . . THIEVES RIFLE THE POOR BOX AND KILL THE SEXTON. Tba rH" ar Tool the wilmi k .k li mm Tk k.lllesl Ilia lo Casual tl.r I ri ... llliMMlt Hand- Brti.u H K an innwered queation In and around Shepherd Win. Mb h . I. murdered I7!ner K Struble. cashier -.f the F a r m r i' bank" The mi ni id enigma In KM York city la. Who MM Ocorge Hlelx. ihe aaalatant ecaion oi a wanna J tnurch In Wll- llamaburg?" Oaorge Slrlt. aaalatant anton of Ho ly Trinity bur. b. Mi.nin.de and Ura ham avenuea. Wllllamaliurg. New York rlty. waa murdered Sunda) nlgbt ; peraona who knew the church, who knew the people in the neighborhood if the church, and who knew the murdered man and hli hablta. In fact, the Investigation continue. It la Bhown that be waa not murdered for the money in tb" poor box, but for the purpoae of concealing the trails qf the men who were caught robbing tbeae boxea That they were deaperate In (onceallng their track I borne out by the fart that after beating Stelt Into Inaenalblltty they fell upon him and hoked him ho tha: the kaajni of hi neck were broken and hla wiiidpipc waa puni tured. That ihey knew the church i ITktakl by their flndlng their way to the poor lioxea in the vault under the veallbule. To get to theae boxea without paealng through the big iron gate which are kept coastantly locked, one haa to paaa through alndiiu- p.i-sagea that are known to only a few of th. parlahlon era. lilood pot on the stairway, In ihe Vestibule and on the wail of the vesti bule bow plainly how ami where the murder BBa committed. It waa Strli'a diatom to ound the BBgnfan at 7 o'ebs k In the evening He went to the belfry a usual on Sunday evening. 1 leaving the center doom of ihe church unlinked and carrying the l.unrh of keya. which were aft. rward found lying by the aide of I In dead body. In hl hand. The hell w, re In .ml lulling for five minutei H inn . , tkeg Ike antM descended Into the rnatlk No more of hi- m ivcm-ntf can lie traced, except for the kkani spots. It Is auppoaed tl .r ( . I , . . , In tke vestibule and was preparing to bx-k up the church tot :li" nlgbt, when ke keard a nol In tin. cellar and went to luveitlgate. Then be aaw the two thlevea break I in: i pen the nJ IT N of the piKir Ikix. whli li ran ilmnigh from the church door The Drat anut of IiIimhI i found on the cellar lb.!- h i ing that he had been struck tbeie Then there were blood apota leading all the way up Ihe etalra to the ssjnfjBBst, llTe ihere were sign of a struggle. At :he helxb'. of a man bend lilo.nl waa - g una ,m ibe wall. TlHfl were libi'ul print of a nntn'n band on the Mum. if ibe munlire.l mau'.i In.i.l ;, ' struck there On the ntatl way leading to tl "cond floor tbeie sua n pool of clotted blood, extending to the ttiird step, and on the fourth utep there were print nf two bloody hands. It waa here ihn' Stelx fell IBCnnaekMH, It u here that hn wn choked to death. Cndoubtedli there were two men concerned in ihe murder nf the sexton. Th" appearam of the d ad man's bead show that tmi. re ku two hand dealt the blows wblih ' .-A Mm into insen ibilily PJBik a al irp ami a blunt In strument wnrf next in the anjanJt There wa one wotiml I etween the eyes and one at the lun k of the head Just at the base of the skull The w-uind In front nf the In id .i-i ira le ! v a sharp Instrument, while that In th. knell ns iiade by a blunt int ument If It be that the murder BBa done by a (Ingle person then lb weapon wa n uh blunl mil sharp Then there were four ntBM wound in the bark and top of the In ad which were nut made with the same Instru ment The finger mark on the man throat would Indicate that dif ferent sized lingers had crushed the bone 0 the lx money boxe In the church only one had been tampeied with This BtBBa In th cellsr directly list ween two big iron door, stnl over the sta tue nf an angel whl.h guard the tomb nf Father John Mav nnd PMfegf John STMUWAY WIIKRF. SKXTON W KM Fnl'ND J Haffelner. Within ten fngf of this I ntttiSa ittsUl the statue of another an j gel, and between Iha two figure ia a I prayer bench one nf tbee angel I and the la-nch had been '.ied by the ' ie as a mi an by uhb b they could I climb to the box and brenk It open. The ; b in h will placed actus the bead of I the angil. Then one .if the men. . standing upon It. broke open the box with chisel and took out Ihe money that wu Intended for the poor It I thr opinion of the police thnt SleU. after discovering the thieves In thn ; church, atnrted to run toward the from ' door, with a view of locking thetn In. ' Before be eoiibl ut the stnlrwBI one of the men dealt him a blow on the bead mid I ben as he ran up the atep be wa Bgnfl n peated blow. When kg reached the veatlbule he attempted in protect himself, and here be was beaten Into lnenrlblllty. failing on the stairway aa before drrlhed. "No murderer could be tempted to commit urh a crime for so small a sum a U usually found tn the poor kea.es ot th cbunh, ' asld on ot th .- i HSSBV t or gala; It waa committed to I rime." a MURDER AB TRADE. Kaaaa lis a 111.. I far Ih llraun amity. Not sin-e the horrible crimes of the Render family were revealed Ma aouth- eaatern Kanaaa la-en ao excited and Bf tent upon vengeance until the bloody ,,u,rm'r,"'nommltted by the Staffleback lamny at tiaiena we-f tirought to light by lb recent confession of t'ora Htai fletiack and tleorge Siafflebaik on th. wt'neas stand at Columbus When upon trial fcr tie murder of Frank Hal breath, wtioee liody was foti'id floatlnn Ir. Bis old abandoned mining abaft ncai the StaHebark home laat July, t'ora Staffleback weakened und told all ah. knew alo it the murder nf fSalbrcath and nUirra whom the family had killed George Stafflehi.ck. Cora's husband without knowing what hia wife had revealed, made a almllar confession They aald that tialbreath who had been murdered and roblied by the Staf fleback tova and their mother, was not the or.ry ;:erun Ihey had murdered, bill that an Italian peddler, whose nami they did not know, had been killed itnc robbed about two year ago. and bit body thrown In an old abandoned mln Ing abaft about forty yard from tki ennnin: .-'tafflkiiack. fltatftrback house. At thut Hun Mr Charles Wilson, mother of the Staf flcbank boy, kept n questionable re inrt In the four-mom h mbln wl.eti these crime were committed. Twi girls wboee name Ceorgc Stalflebac. eould not give. Were living there at t hi time, and saw the peddler niurdcicd They were tbreutem d w:tb dire ven geance if ihey shoqld ever reval yvh.i' they snw. A few nights Inter one 0 ibe women ii: itn leil irlili Mike Staf fleback and thrca' ... I in leave thi house. Fearing she would tietray hin. be nded tier !,v t'ie iliroat and chokes her to death In the preaenre of Kd Staf i fleback am' the other woman. The lat 1 ter attempted to ave ihe gtrl front I Mike's mitrderou clutches, when K ' gfnnfknf her skull with a sls-sbooier Tha dead bodies m. re then wrapped It a sheet and put under the bed untl I late at night, when they wrre throw: lata the rime i heft where the peddler'i I be dy had been dumped. Then a lot ot i loose ejrth and rocks weie thrown Inle the shaft to keep them from comliu 1 to the -I., f.n c as llallir.-ath'a btsly bai done. Ooeg BtnftohSBh Big taken ti Ciilena and pointed out the shi'.fl when the bodies were thrown A steam pumi wss put ( rvork and the water nsSsfsS nnt of the abaft near the StaritebeeV house. From one nf the abaft a pal f of men' drawer with particle of rot ting human fle;h adhering to then were nhed. and a njgng nf a woman Wills! was also found there. LASSOED A LOCOMOTIVE. r.isitn. wire njaaase th InMnaMnet itnrl Tarries tltf a IttBinaii' House. I.lncnieu employed by lb New York and Ntatrn Island eln-tr'c company were stretch, n I heavy insulated win along John street, Port Kb hniond. N Y.. ..ay the New York Hetald. Tht wtre wa a long on" and It , nrc, tht tracks of tb" RSSM Tialisli railroad A rope with which Ihe wire wa being stlStClMi 'aut allppid. ami thi wire s.iggeil neia.-to two -tt..-, uianing low haiiging loops between i hem Jut aa a pnsjnsjsnjBf tram wa inBfogiihlni m of the loops lassoed the locomotive und i hen more excitement followed than poet Richmond ha seen In months Ibe Hue niei. saw ihe end of the win awlsh Into the air a If It had suddenly taken wing lb" flagman heard hi and turned to ati b a fleeting view of his little shanty sailing through tin ait William ndernn wa at work In hi garden adlolnlng the railroad track He nw a black streak dip the top nf the plcketa on hi feme and the wire lame so chute to hi head that the wi'id Inst off bin hat An eleetrli pole was broken down and s small tree torn up. The wire menu while hnd caught thi locomotive whis tle, slid thst wa sh.lcklug while the engineer and fttemsn. uriounded l.y the art re, were frightened, but retained, suffli-leul elf-i(isesalou to abut off the steam and apply the brakea. The train came to a top within about .Ion feet of (lie .masing with it passengers badly frighteiieil l,v the rasping of tge wire about the gnjsj and Ihe general din and sudden topnhg, but nu one waa hurt ami the lo. omotlve not materially damaged. New MhOl olhlng to t't. When i he hioi liuialer of lloboketl. N. Y came to i .amine n case of SBktl t ui ibe other day. be found u new Id. ill. In the ln.il. though there w is no food In tbl plaie It belonged U tin daughter .if the bouse He ve,t naturally advised the sufferers lo sell the wheel. Moan iir Dooni '! hot 1 a w oman in Kansas City i. ho actually put bluing in the rlne wnler thai she n " when she bathes her dogs She ay It keep then ft in becoming yellow, which etiryb-idy knows I s bad feulure in a dog. Rurglar aliirma can now lie attached to bicycles. The device constats of a bell urroiinillng a clo. K me, liatilam which li faatened to the frame. A levor projects In line with the spokes In th bark wheels, to sound the alarm wbn U wcei ! moved. murder waa not committed (or iS - V, ( 1 1 1 ( ' V JON I i I B R II Y tnUAUUn lilim.lU 1 . BUILT OF MARBLE AT A COBT OF n2.000.0OO. II I ajnf' a eraaar ArlMtlr al neefM in aavnnj Wayi h u l.a.l Irnlrallf I oi n d "n Iha Lake I ewal- OY reigna in I n cagu the day, (tin more that cltv bas henten nearly ai! of the other elites in the coll II try. It posse. a library building Out la ( onaldered to be. In many r Ipmnl. Dner than any other In the world. It waa opt tin V I ill. I. It took ten ii a llbrurv. nd Iht d be nBhW lor build Chb ag ' i ... . - f- I .ore Wes'i that ihey will have iha: long In which o gloat over the "alow gains'' New Tnrhein, Chicago new ItDrury I the flrat really arilstli building f iTinanc:ice that the city haa ever nwBtnV Archi tect who have keen It declare that It will rank with the tHtH public liulld ings In tbl or .iiiv uther muntrv. It t liettei In h i, i . i , I - i b in ihe li brary in lloatcti; uinl while no! mi large or Important u the new one In Washington Ch), ago folk p tint out sev eral fiaiur lu which t"lr structure urpatscs that of tho National Libra ry. The Chb .ign fJrnr km been built at a i tet of alio,,: .' " . :, al thai more DBtMIl an nt It ha. keen b.illt prl. all tl Hi ire miwit big f it .v.'s tit cents f.i i M- st pulillc i i... ci ni an purely busl I'l In cent ( ago that i, mid no, be f ' bat i, a . not bad a w cago poopfi grew Bex I of Iha world's fair I si tkej lell to pieces, ami tl thn ll'.. II tile lli'XI time r Chl Iv ur. .1 the iiexi 1 1 tin that they bad anything rcully artlatlr It must lie dur ! able and lasting a well as artistic, i It I no nil. etn in on any olher city tn admit thai Chbagu at last has one j building among it scoria of sky-scrap-; ing cyc-stire that would t worthy a place In any city of the world I be I, milling haa a splendjil location on the famous lake fnmt It copies an entire cily Idock. Propssrly ap-ak-I Ing. it front Michigan avenue, al- though there i no entrance on that i street It hit two entrance, one f-om WiMhington street, in other on Rbb dolph street. It Is convenient to the , business purl Ion of the rlty: It I a massive nia ble palace, se verely plain iilsiut the lower torle. hot reetfully ornamental toward ihe CHC(!)'rt NKW top it Interior decoration Is rich. cbastn and harmonious all through. Hull' for use. It Is practical and com modious In all it parts. With the library I combined a me morial ball and sundry smaller room for the ue of the varlou llrand Army Post of Chicago und Cook county Thee mcupy ihe Randolph Mtrret sec tion of the building aliove the hral floor. The entrance that will lie used for reaching the library will lie that in Waablngton street, probably. Here I found a most magnificent tatnasc of pure Carrara marble lending direct- j rife In the fleet, and no matter what ly tn the varlou department of the may have been the number of men vie library, while over It I a mitgulOcent tualleel In the Revenge on the day of dome The first r ix in off the talrriuu I the ilrculstlng room, magnificent in Its proportion. Above that are the read ing and reference room, alao commo dious In every reaped. The room are all abundantly lighted by numerous window from fourteen to twenty-three daya after the battle by a storm, found feet in length Provision for keeping erd off ns Michael' with iiofl Span it open al night ha lieen made, and it tarda In her. and In the earn stumi will be flooded with light from thou aand of electric lamp. An Interesting fact in the building of the library I that o much msrble of one quality wa required that th quarrlea In Italy could not keep pine with tin. demand of the builder, and several times work on It wa stopped fur pc'lod of months to wait for ma terial. THE REVENGE'S SEA FIGHT. In the newly published work. "Ibe Rtiyul Navy.'' Ibe following account Is ( gfVUn of the lUIn of the Helen,;,, which suggcatotl to Tennyson one of bin gnOM silnlhg ballad In ir.sl. off Flore. In the Azores, i Isird Tnmas Howanl was lying In I wall will, hia squadron to rapture the treasure ships of Spain' lie narrowly etcaied being surprised there by Don Alunxo de Ibtzan. who had been ent nut with a fleet Of nfty lhree htpe to meet and convoy home the expected carnick 1 Tie Karl of Cumberland, as bas been mentioned above, bad happen ed tn learn of the fitting out of tbl fleet at Corunnn. and had. with mile", forealgtit ordered Mr. Mlddtelon. mas ter of the Moonshine pinnace, to ill cover it force and object, and then. If neceeeary. to proceed wltk all speed and LturU rhonias Mlddleum kspt ',r' ,,n,n h'T l(I1f,r.v,l(mMorthirit..Bt,.,n.. .will thun-'UKin ae all -.hi for Flore, ar- and then-upon ser all sail for Florae, ar riving ten lit" sheed of (be eneuu' ThU wss on August 21. "Howard st once weighed. Ill see ond In inmmand. Sir nn nam .ireytt , rttlt. hf UM H' l , nge. had a number nf men ashnr-. and. acconllng M omi nnt waited for them Camden nayj nthnri have ( that ke inJkjnjn al turn b' knnt nfnal the cneuiv. and ao allowed himself to kg hi ronil m be tween the Bpatilan! and Iha Island. Son..- ! itppo-- !. I "tos rqiiadron f Don Alamo for the expect ed treasure ships; and. therefore, din obeyed tke orders of his rommmder-ln-ekfctt Hut be Ihhl n It may. h waa presently s'lircitn. ! and aitai kiMl liy praiMlaally .he y.!i la -! li. et pitrt n( tbeS, atli h I'ef I1 v. rd. with lilt r. m; 'nlnr lx men-ci-war. acem m !..!'.. Ill II . '.. IU' fi 1 "-IIM I. I till- time with the enemy, but 001 n MB a po.'tlon a to af.nrd an) nupport to OtajmUnn The Foresight made a eertou effort lo a!t the Revenge, but. iiwlna to the wind cjiiid not gel ve; y near her. - The Revenge fought ngaln.t these merit helming odds fa. Ilficn hour and tireynvllle. no matter whe;her he wa. as ha often been aenertcd. or was not lilann wnrthy aa being rah. atub iMirn and disobedient. Immnrlalixetl himself tiy a nfMsM mnh a ha never atthar knfnra or alnre. been witnesaed ' upon the eea. "At one IIBM hb ship wa almultane mialy laid aboard by five large y easel-. Including 'I.eSan Fdlppe. i;f MM ton and cvemy eight gona. ""- ha I I' It; ttl.ll! W. w i.lou. - and In hot and ci ne action A om Spaniard wlihilrevy disabled, BBntBar, arltk fresh men. cool guna and new una Ilea of aanBunttloa looJi km place Fifteen ships snnnged kat f ihee ahe wank at least two. including tke Aaannclon Kariy m the IgM nsn of the vh mailers, the Osnrns No'.le nf l.i i , bin. al great lerll to herself d:ww - the In of the ' if kg had . nvllle lild her ...e klm In hi any i oinnuiiuls. I ft for kOtsBtf fortune. 'The flgbt bad b. un al uIkiuI 1 1 o'i lock In the ifternoon Seam after ward (irevnvllli. bad bOOg wounded, hut be refused, until II l m. to njnJI the deck, and th'-n. reel y I ng a wound In I the body fmm a iniu ket kOllat, went nu v. tiling I. flow to gO it dres.std Thr I surgeon who atlended him waa kllle.1 nt his side, and for a third time flreyn . ville was wounded, oh iht cOcalon Ir ( the bead. "In the smr.ll hours tlie situation of the devoid shin was deplorable Alt her best men lay killed or wounded; she wa perfectly iihlinii.agf.thle. and her las' barrel of powder bad been ex pended drcynvHIe. seeing the futility Of further fighting, ordered the Re- IM I1I. IC MliltMtY. I venge lo be sunk, bin to tbl the ur- vlvlug offlccr would not agie-e. and terms were at I- lit h made with the pnniarSs upon thai undersundlng that the live und lilMTtn-s of the gallant ship's tomi-any should le spared. ' "When the Revenge surrendered, ahe had alx fees of water In her hold, not a mast standing and but alsiut sixty men, nearly all if whom were wounded, j alive, out of a crew that which, at the outset may have Humbert! 2&n if all were on hoard Irnt sicklies had lieen thu action, only alstut a hundred nf tfcam went Into the fight fit for duly. "Oreynvllle. with every mark of ad miration and reeipect, waa carried on Isaard the Spanish admiral. Two day later he died Hia ahlp. overtaken five there perished Ificen or slgteen Span ih men of war." Twetiti Faar ifClnek la Helflo. Concerning the change to the If hOBI syiitem of time notation on llelglan railways, th minister of tate railway lee ii. s the following hollee: "The nam Ing of the hour of the day will be made fr,,in ii to :'4. Ity reason of the adop tion of ihl new regulation, the indica tion M imatln mornlngi and (aolr ironing) appearing Ih the official lllllway guide will be llppreed. The minute comprised between midnight and I o'clock In the moi'tilng. urh as 11:18, ID II! und I- 47. w ill be Indicated by a xero followed by a period and by tbe nnmbor of minute corresponding i ll. 0.2. u II and 0.47. Midday will be , wnv m, atetl by II Midnight will be Indicated, according to the circum stance, by i) or Mi For a train which leave a atatlon exactly at midnight, It will be written that It leaves at 0 nf the dny during which the train la in move ment. For a train which arrives al a station exactly at midnight, it will be written that It arrive at 24 of the day during which the train haa been In movement. The dials of all the atallnn clocks will lie completed by the addi tion of the figures 11. 14, 24 placed, respectively, Just beneath the existing figures. 1, I, 13." A VOU'ANOTOSPOl T. MAY EXPRESS ITSELF ON ANNEXATION. I lit the ... Moaatala .if ll..ti I aatlatahalila s TUmt t'raetli... Is wmr al llaail swahi. aa Hi i astasia I ly Fire. (Honolulu laytter.t I MKROI S reports cnncerulng the in i reased aetivlly of Kilauea.th tsm, i mil aim ,,n Hawaii, have been tent out lately. The . rater certainly show unmistakable sign of Inert asiug activity, and If a r.p.iltlou of phen- uomena that have preceded pievloiia notable erupiion tan lie taken as measure of future events, another great outpouring of lava Is close at baud 'apt I'eter Lag, who ha at tained almost anrld wide fame a ihe manager of the famou Volcano houte. which rot almot on the brink nf the crater. In the shadow of Mount Mauno Lata, whose summit is H.onOfeet atxive the sea level. Is willing to stake his reputation upon the prediction that Kl lauea will In the near future be in more violent action than In lt:. when the tnnlten lava from her depth pred over i ore of ai res of ground. To those who viewed Madame P( le In all her grandeur during the eruption f ! V91 94. the crater in It prent state might provide but scant entei talnment. but to the uninitiated It Is still the grandest und most awe-inspiring iner tnela that the eye nf man la permitted In gan- upon During the three year of comparative inactiv ity that hate elapsed lnce the last great overflow of lava the crater and It sum uinllng have undergone many retiiaraanie cnanges At Um i r.sent llr ai live lake Is (as a ! the kni r the great lUelf has sunk to the rim at. With the lake arluualy '. im.it. i tn m Test basin. Tbadej.tb e.t'er. for in me haa i measure. For week jaiuri d forth sin h an e of smoke that It has ey i n la-en a pgOl Ibe pit i-iim moii y been ln.poaalble to . nu . 'In a glimpse into it depth The sides of tke nil are very precipi tous, end tn many nlneaa Indented by drift nnd envM whose dsrk Inierlora are occasionally discernible through rlfta of UM taaoke The pit I gradually lncreuing In diameter tbrougb the cav ing in of the wall. Up to within a few week ago the lava bed In the vblnliy of the crater had grown iUlte mid. but It lis of late become ao hot as to be un i nmfiirtalilc und. r foot At night a dull led glow can lie seen In the ia hi that run back from the n it r for a lla tance of several hundred feet, and olts Of wood or pajier thrown Into the cracks Immediately burst Into flames. 'u;r , .us under the lava, entered HIllNK F ACTIVK CRATKR. through a well a fnll lou yard back from Hi Ige of the deep pit. could be entered and explored by tlallora a few seeks ago but now It ha liecome so hot that mist sn bg rosstcd witkln acarcely two feet froni the surface. The healing of the aurrotiiiding lava bed has been very gradual, but steady. Aniitnpaiiylng It hsve been unmlstak side signs nf renewed activity within the crater A fortnight ago. for the flrt time within two yesr. Are waa .-en In the depth of the pit. A pnrty of unlllving tourlata were doing" tbe rratir at night, and were Idly hanging over the north wall when sud denly a fountain of burning lava burst through the smoke below them with a mighty rosr and continued In plsy for hslf sn hour, preaentlng a magnificent pec las le Since then the aame fountain haa been lu play Intermittently, but the moke haa lieen so thick that only the glow of the molten lava could la aeeo. Additional evidence of the mighty forces at work In the depth of tke pit was experienced, however. In several heavy explosion which wer heard, the detonation of each being ufflclaut to hake the ground on which the party stood. All who are familiar with th mood of Msdsme Pele are of the same opinion thst she i alstut to gtve an other exhibition of her wrath; It may b month before th greet outburit 0 njBj or It may occur within a few days. Uut at all events there Is every assuranre that It will com, and there are those In the valleys below who are dubious as to the results Ua(a al4 kg Ik FaaaSb Ttirre era Id Dawson dogs uf every kind and breed to Ihe number nf at least 1,000, and are mnaidsred isluahl properly. Slagnlarly enough, they are aold by weight, the ruling price Itelnt ft a pound for all under seventy five pounds in weight, and II '.0 per pound for all weighing ovor sevenly-fiv anSBSa Thene dog an- all used foe dragging loaded sleds in winter. One of the miners venture the prediction that when spring nBOBI there will not be a slurb' dog left In Dawson, ami that they will bring higher price dead' than they do now alive lloasla. Flist BatbJnn, Suit My mistress la such bad form I've tried to conceal It, but find It lmpolhle. Second Hath Ing Suit And mine seem to think I have no feeling Why. she actually went In Willi me the other day. I'ghl I waa chilled through. I ssl.ll I'. I st With her red petticoat as a danger Signal, tl-year-old Mabel tlemble saved the exp ra on tbe Fall Hrook railroad fmm g. ing over a thirty foot embank ment Into Pine creek, near Wlllloaan port, Pn.