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Esawntnr'a Notic itrfKrankP li.W'L Baaaaaaaal TW BBataralOBil kannc Vra avpoti.-l rTacr Hm af laa las anil aaU laatat of rrtt.k P Hadaall laa a Ihffnnntf nf p. v-k ' ' I llaola, .larrar ..I, kwwaar rlvva nnti laa i Mil appiai1 byfora kaaaiiaatyfinnnf ( ca lt esnnir, al "i ttmtt'y man a, la tkaelir nf kWk laiaail. at taa if tana, ta tka liajt alnnitar la Jnar Bait, at wk'CB t - all paranna rta'n alalia rat 'a d arr wnllail an.) raniaatril la atlaad, for thr P'irLuaa nf hum tka aama attlnatol All aai aiiiia latllkkai tn laid raiata an f, aaatadui auka taaaMtliata paraaaal tattaac- Daind tkta M day nf Warm. A. O. - riini a Hiu at Ji" P NinaaLL, kt awaaaa aamal BrratT, Atattaat. AdmlAlatrator a Sala Notic. Bwaatiar A Waibrr. At .irnajt ST ATI OF ILLTMOfaX l KMta lai.aa-. r arr I In tka csinatT mr al h Warrh trtn. A. P. 1Wt pailttra ta Ball raal rat ita. "aaa i It laanad. ailai!n a't .fcir r( .-.tiv f Hniajrra Han-ary a. -aaa.t. a rraak t illlaa la i la w iVik a Htltaaa. tl ItBaaa, Btaal wntiaaaa. Lata Wiciaatt, taanraj HlrhmimH, rnantiaa. aar Watira la k..ftt ira last hf rlrtn af B aV raa af ala ma.1. and aatrt la tka tHora lit -a rauaa. aa ia h aaf nf arrk. A. D 1B at ha Warrh tr-ai nf aajhl mart I. tha an lad adaalnlauaiai af aaad aaratr. atli . at. tha ik daa at April. A l l-r-. hi tha knars nf Ban a'cua-k a at. ar 1 ... " flnrk p. tnwtt al tka knar nf an- n . !.k nf MM day Bk taa a art dnnr nf tka "nirt H.aa, in thr ,.r i , aM tart, aa' at paMir raaakas a.t nasi .4d-r -r km lr-t '1 f . a . . : HEROIC BESSIE GREY. hn Irish Tragedy of One Hun dred Years Ago. THE aAJlQUB, TUBBDAYa MARCH 29, 1898 T1IE BATTLE OF R AI.LIMFIIXCII. (taa Fair Iri.h Girl Was Crarllj Mar. tVrar With Hrr Brothar and Lorar A dary In ainrtalllail In Iri.h Hhdj Oath af Ikr I ollrd Iiiabmaa. This jiar Irt'mxl ar.d Iri.-hmrn arc cel rbvatioc In arioct waya tbo ono bnn i!frtith AfJi.Itt riaryrrf thouirl.alDT of 1T0M. A writer In the Chicago Itrrord rclnti s tbo atory uf cik' Iri-h ht r r fur Ii I bad taTBTn arnnrrn aa wrll aa braTP men. laraak firry wu burn at Ciranthaw n )TT. fluwjt tiV only datiphter of a aWaaal (arnarr. and. htf IDQihrr ta lna i!t nrl, h waa kiollrnl liy hr father, ttlio wroalil set. r pnnr.1t hrr to tnkr rnrt In thr hotio IWpM dnnl. ry cr fjnn work, llu hoi bar to latitat' tcbiwl. alin tbo received an rdnratirn far inailiancuof t Ii- - about bar. lint hat ttatnre waa ttnchnnircd by Ikar iripert' r aiJfalnmrDfa: brr htart waa rrintlnt'aJly totn-heil by tbo ilistnrs of the lowly per. par. n dUt.wa for wbirb thero nrl i)i r iln . Bat benuty and afin ttm Barium won for h r many aultor, ,,,.,., Burial station mtirh higher thrin her own, bat abe Fan- bet bean to one in her own x Line of lift In 17.l tln rUh hl stiff rml many ner- tfinarrrimcoorjuerlnir i.pcl.ind. M.iny rtirai trrrn t rfranloil for th.- pur- pnan of st.nlyina; waya and meana t f sllp pin T II .. ike t.f furt-iatii dominion. Owe of thr-sn pnrietlea. ami the inrt ptiw trfnl. wa railed the I nit.d Irishmen, "i h - n .ta . rk- mi. .1 In th-ti nrithnf Marrh. 1TVI. In publie botiaa In Jlelfaat. and raabrt 'd all rrerrla In Its membership. The oath of lhi order was: '-in the awful v. . i Iriidi i " i '.ii rradkat tn tka k (heat a I l.d aontkar alt i :a Mark a ar iht M tit. , l I m ara and imatrd la tha mamrr af n i aiara n I Hlanla. far-fa. St. vl rarata B.aaaaa Trrsia nf aai rak at . .ta nf sale. Batten: Wsrrk I'V, A t laX aa Tt Hi. lani:. aVaaakaaaWMuraf Uk aatata af rSaen Ran ar; nikUHT A Waist a. Att. rarrt Adminlatrator Si la Notice. t'tkBBiy A W .'.her. AtMr arys t rt "F !i'i'(i:t, , Mi B tat If i n' lTt (" a Mm ttiaaty aiwri at the wank tana. A. i ta. Pttitlea in aMI raal .ttata N. pay tabta Afnaa (allr. Silaiiaiatrstn I f lla rata Jeataa m An deraal. ra Aelaa L f r la. nraarr rnan.ar r ..fUsit 1 1 r. k altt. Fradati. k keliy. i itbntt I Kir al Jnkn trlrf Unttra ia kareey gtaaa tkat ka; rtn -a n . ( era nf tele trade and aatarrd a ike ahnaa ra Hatad ranaa. , tkr 10th .1 .t r Wtrra A. It. tjA M tha Bjarrh tana af aaM eean. I, ika takaaratBBr.l admisiatrearta nf saal aatakr M e aatanar. tka HJk day af April, A. I Taka, ketaaaea tka k.isr ..f ara a'tVwh a. at aad l a rtnrk v . In-am at ttn knar nf tan Mark a m af raid day. at Par rial (nr nf tha man kaasr. la tka tlty nf krtk lalan.i In said rautlr and ta. . -l ,t pnn aandr t tha khaa aad kai tiddarrrMt. itr. taa tll .aim n ra-fa. ah -rt, i arttf in tha anat't ,ml Wi, aaaa,l r (has r , lA.-ir. IrlS. at ika m,.v f Jaart W Kt1!rlkrn:n ta-etii; Tke nna kalfaf tha a -n'ltwrat itrrr std tha ann kraat isattar nf tka ana'kar- a, tartar. Ml la aartwa anatear -wanly alt rU in tnarr aklpaaathar rar,at-a .iTi taath nfraeraana. har f.mr ill aval nf ran p H ta the raiaty f He k taiand a .ha akaM nf II la a Ttrakt af aalr rak Itaktd Hirrk la, A. D lM -- - A..i Kiut, Adrn nhtratni aftka aetata nf Jaw. a w K r darraaed aWtaatt A Vaitta. A-.toraera fr r.i.tataer A LOCAL Ptaeaae A Ctmatle Affaeti. n J. othl tn bat has. M ramndy or r har re Mt cllineAe will rwrw OM wail k r,e wn pharttiarantieaj II w 'inirkly m CATARRH HEAD ' r rm n la. Iksf af ner. weWSAf rpanw and rlewne the Majaal PaStat-r, AIMya u.naawniaUoa, nemls aad priiterts a kTMwibtWiMk res Mint Om ifnii of taate and aaaVdiL W oaaaatBa. S9 kMkTetiry. DU UJjut laWM drear Fall Maa lar. trtaJ ti lor. at kaTiintstp nr by mail. B.r tsUTklltABd kTarrti St . . . T nt Tall A Met, 10c week, delitutd Al yowr ioof. i r ii i.i v'T-.m.; i .nr. "f Hod. I. , do volun tarily declare that I will p. :-.Trr. in tn dratarlnu to form a brtitlirrtitrxl f afTcc trnei among Irlshmrn of eiery n lielniis pertnaalon. and thiit I will nlau israevcr) la my tntleavora to obtain an nituil, full andail. qii.it rrj -. - tit .:, : . f all t!ie pin pie of In land. 1 d further derlare that i ; t v r t 1 1 .. f. ir- r. nls n..r ptinihh 1 1. tits 'I i.lita Imlt ii me, din-ctly or In-tlln-rtly, to Inform on or the ttidenci snaiu-v aoy meniUis of IliU or similar en rlctka, fur any art or cxpnsion of tbeira ttaw of nadc. eollt-tit )y or individually. In . r out of this k Ii tr. in pursuance of thai spirit of this obluaiion." In IT'", parliani.'iit il a lnw punhh Inir wi'h dtath any one who admlni-terrd this oath. Daaplto the penalty the socleAF t.t.t ;. I to nourish To It belonged llea r.e i.t j - i nly If.:: r. i. ortff, .tnd hrr InTrT, V. illlatn Uvil. Sring so manyertnl wrongs heaped aTMM her country people and henring brr neighbors and frirnda in vtighln I Ittcrmt tirms againat thoop j.nair. he herself Ixrame a fJrnj adherent tftN- ri-..-lphs oftho 1'nlte.l Irishmen I I'll In 1- r I t it tn alJ thrm in their Prrret mertlngs and In the ntt.iin montrf tbilralms. Thtii brought her into dlnret mntart with the great uprising of ITSrV Ihit It waa not nntll Jnne 1.1. nt the fa an bom battle of Ilallinahlnch. that she took a prominent tflrt n the strife raging bct twern Ireland and Knaland. On this morn ing the sun rnee clear and brilliant In truth, the wholi) summer through it hnd hoi with unvarying rjlemlnr over the t.nhappy bml. On this morning it looked down i n nn army of men In brilliant uni forms, pdepta in the art of war, with glli tenlng wctponi kty to do Kittle with a f tree cf untnlned men. poorly nnncd as to wrapona, but atmng In rournge fur the Ivnd f.tr which ths-y (ought. General Mun roawaa In rhargo o( tho in-urgt nts who ao 1 ravrly Kittled against great odds. Tho ItritUh r treated tK.wly twforu him, oun teatlng rvrry Inch o( the way. into the renter o( the tor n. The lnurcmts bad on the victory, but they kn. it not. The Hrltish aound.d the n-trvat. but the wntnlncl . Idlers of tho Insurgent army knew not the aignaU ol war and mirtook fie 1 if tho trill J f.,r fl !.. -.. of trim i h from the Hritish. nnd, unable to Brw In tho dense smoke how the Kittle was going, tbey turned and lied in confusion. A strange sight two nrmlcs tiering from each ether' live Kngliab aaw the error Hrt, and. turning, pursued the insurgents. Tatta taa ehuauiy waa tksHra and taery began a aeries of Inhuman outrages that would have disgraced even a rare of savagr All through taa battle In the midst o.' tint rarnage Dear Gnrl Munroe. wbern the fighting waa flrn-ett, Beasie Grry was rnnstantly eecn. Mounted on a splendid charger, dretard (rem bead to foot in a r- gtien at her native land, waving a s'rndVr rsrord above b. r bead, cheering, encouraging the torn on to battle, abe rode. Never (or a moment did bcr spirit (alter, liriaht ae a vision fmin hnun abe teemed tn the men aa abe faced diner and death with them. Bat all the hcrolaiu and un aa ,.ed csuaftwtfit (or naught when I at (atal error oQenrrcd and the army fled, .'evaie Grey, whom ono of tho British offl icrs described as "the fairest girl bo had ever looked upon," her lover and bar brother fled from tho dis.istroaa battlefield to thtir tragic fate. And along the aaiaa road tbey took, the lovely Lisbon road, I walked one day 100 years later. But no trnmpied. trodden grata met my view, no thamrock stained with scarlet. All waa green and fair with heaven's blue span nun, it. And yet the mad was just as fair a century ago v. hoi the blue eyed Iiish girl (led for her life. Hit brotnrr and her lover were with her, and close behind came the English con querors. Sho heard the tramp of their horses and their clanging swords, and ter ror lent wings to ber (evt. tiho bounded over a hedgo at tha aide of tho road up to a rocky spot where the cavalry could not come and where tuio was conceal si from view. IJut her companions bad not been so fieet of foot, and they wero overtaken by their pursuers. Panting and breath leas in her place of concealment, she heard the death cry of her lover. Immediately the ran back to the road and retraced her fmtstcpt. The unarmed man had been struck in the neck by a sword and had (allrti lifeless attht (eajtof bis slayer. The brother (or a (ew moments, with hia bara bands, parrieel thctword thrusts of tha soldier who was endeavoring to strike him down. His bands wero wounded and bleeding, and he conld defend himself no longer. As the sword was poised to give him the fatal blow there was n wild cry, "spare my brother!" and a white band and ann were interposed before tho de aocmling bloile. For an lnstar t the sol dier who held the sword pnuwd and gazed Into the pleaeling eye; then tho blade foil, and the fair hand o( Bessie Grey was lying on iho green earth, and the red blood was staining tho shamrocks to a crimson hue. But ere rho hoi! time to feel tho pain of it another soldier placid a plhtol ugainst her brow and tent a bullet into her brain, .hu fell on the sod by tho sido of tho two tbo loved end from whom her soul had been putted but I moment. No stone marks tlm spot where Bessie Grey sleeps, but it is known to all tho, countryside, and on pleasant day the youths and maidens wander along tho I.i si) urn natd and toll the tragic story of the grave in the valo of Ballycreon. Klia-tin on the rrnel, ruthless band T.ho hunted lt.n ta death their prey. Aim palsy atrike the murderous luuid Thut taint the love-ly Baaktl Orey. The sword which the Irish heroino car ricel on that eventful day is still in exist ence. It had b. en a gilt to bcr from her lover. When Hiving from the battlefield and (rom tbo pursuing soldiers, she hid the aw ord In the thatched roo( of a cottage she -Wiiii passing, thinking when safety was assured slio would return for tbo treasure. The farmer who owned tho cot tage (ootid It. but in tbaaa times to ac knowledge tho possession of a weapon that had belonged to ono o( tho insurgents might in. .in death to tho owner, so he roncr-aled it. Torty-ono years later two twddlers traveling that way beguiled it (rom tho farmer's wife with the gift of a brit-ht shawl. Tbo peddlers knew tho value of the sword and hastened on their way to disposo of it to their employer, a Air. Lindsay. Before they reached him, however, they were overtaken by tbo an gry farmer, who had learned of his wife's weakiierf. and who indignantly demanded the return of tho weapon. Hut man's vanity proved equal to the woman's, and tint (.inner was .-iletictd with a pair of new boot Mi a couple o( glasses of grog. The peddlers then dispos. d of it to Mr. Lindsay, and It has remained in bis family to the present day. COWBOY SOLDIERS. Teaaa Kaogera Hale Fpanlardt and Want to Go to War. Thore is in Texas and New Mexico nn intense hatred of SpanianN. and ranch owners state that they may hnvo to draw upon theritles for men In case t hero should bo a all for volunteers. The cowboys have nlrcady In anticipation of a conflict had reprrsentativet visit all the ranches in that country to canvass the situation thorough ly nnd ascertain lievond possible doubt just how tunny con bo depended upon to re spond to the first demand. Theso rattlo tnen will not join any military organiza tion that Is not modo upof their own clnss. They wish to Is- In tbo cavalry ranks. All of them arc nlrrady armed with the regu lation wlnehart.-r and colt's six shooter of the latest approved model and tho matter of their arming will not cost tho govern ment a i.i.i v They go in tho main for the reckless love of tho danger into which they will bo thrown and which they hove learned to rrgurd ns the very spice cf life through years of hardship. It i tho same throughout the great cen tral section and. in fart, throughout the state in general. With this rush of cattle men will con i al.-o an exodus of tho reck- A TEX.IS I. WCtS. lesa devils that bavo in the past decade made up in part some of the greatest bands of outlaws that the western country has ever known. Throughout the Indian Ter ritory and Oklahoma are yet hiding many of thr old Ialtcn, r-tarr, t ook and Cbcro k Bill outlaw gangs. Theso men all have a price upon their heads and are con stantly dodging tho I'oited States mar shals, no matter in what reuion they ven ture. With the most of them it baa long ago become a weary game, and they will accept this release not only as a refuge-, but as an opportunity for possible plun der. In eaveral eretions the preparations bare rrarh.d such ad.nt. . n:.-nt that the per Banent organiration of the detachments has laxn made to the jsjint o( acceptance by the ar iy regulation and ollirial n -jg-nlUoa. KILL Rid M Deadly Battle Between Annie Saunders and a Panther. ITEBCE ATTACK ABLY REPELLED. A Western Schoolmistress Boasts or Hav ing Within a Year Killed 40 Woltea and 13 Wildcats Besides Numerous Black Bears and Moose. Mrs. Annie Saunders is the wife of a noted Adirondack mountaineer. i?ho Is perhaps 110 years old. keen eyed, agile and prepossessing. Thcro is no iicttcr hunter in the North woods. Uevently Mrs. Saun ders set cut from her home near Mount Marry to hunt rabbits. Some distance up the sido of a neighboring mountain she shot one of tbo elusive little animals and fastened it in her belt. She then went into the dense forest, when sutlde.'ily nr.d with out warning she saw a panther directly in her path. With great cunnini: the ferocious animal had been following her and uow had taken a short cutarqund until it faced her, ready to leap nt her throat. The smell of the dead rabbit dangling at Mrs. Saun ders' belt whetted tho animal's ferocity. With presenco o( mind Mrs. Saunders toro tbo rabbit from ber belt and burled it at the panther who savagely tore it to pieces. Mer.nwhilo Mrs. Saunders had turned and was rapidly fleeing torn n the moun tain side. Presently she looked back. Tho jianthir was coming after her. Sho real ized that sho would soon bo overtaken, nnd. turning quickly, shot at her pursuer. Tho bullet struck the BnimaVl right ear, tearing away half of it. Tho panther in pain nnd rage lolled over nnd over in the snow. Mrs. Saunders fired ngain, but failed to strike the screaming beast In a vital spot. She turneel niain and ran on down tho sido of the mountain. But the panther ran after her with all tho energy nnd fury at Its lotnmnnd. Tho Intrepid woman saw the p;:iuitiR beast within a (ew fe. t of her, and tbo .sight so unnerved her that sho came to a standstill. The panther, unable to check its momentum, ran against he-r, throwing her headlong Into the snow. Her rlllr Hew out of her hand, and she gavo herself up for lost. By good lii' k bet hand rsmo in contact with the long lxiny hilt of her hunting knife. Sho struggled to her knees, nnd when the panther came nt her sho drove the keen blade or tho knife far into Its shoulder. Then enmo n (ierco struggle. When the bleeding beast burled itself at her with w ide open jaws, she thrust the knife into its throat. The blood (rom its wounds gushed oer hrr face and clothrs, but she plucUUy held her p.osition. The a .t . . y-A - - .Ti-; fi . 11 1 S A 'faX I I rVBV V r "av. ' nn at aa. TANTHEli FIGHT. panthrr tor" her tight fitting coat In long strips from bet anus and bosom and mndo a great pent la bcr bunting shirt. Mrs. Saunders began to realize tbnt if the fight were not onlaatF over she would lie tho loser. Although Cm number was bndlv wounded, it wns still capable of inflicting mortal injury, l'ortuno (nvorcd her, and when tho pnnther unexpectedly presented its left sido she with bcr last strength plunged in tho knifo. It went true to its heart. The pnnther fell deael In the snow. Mrs. Saunders may exchange the com pliments of the hunting season with Misa Martha Culver, a fascinating schoolteach er of Grand Bapids, Minn., who is ac knowledged to be tbo champion wolf killer of the northwest. She keeps a record of tho game slaughtered by ber bands, which is always open for the. inspection of admiring friends and relatives. It is in the shape of a diary and contains some in teresting entries descriptive of her experi ences In tho woods. According to this record the young lady has slaughtered 46 wolves, 13 wildcuts, 4 lynxes, black boors. 2 moose nnd ii doer, to say nothing about the scores of rabbits and fowls that met death nt her hands, sinco the 1st day of October last year. The other day while re-turning (rom school Miss Culver bad a tussle with nn ugly wildcat which cost her a kVep, pain(ul wound upon the right arm and the ruin of a costly fur jacket which camo in contact with the animal's wicked claws. It happened that sho hod left her repeating rifle at home that day to be repaired and carried instead an old muz ale loading gun charged with buckshot. She had heard the crafty step of semie ani mal in the tbickct on one side of tbe nar row path, and hid herself behind a clump of bushes to wait for tho appearance of something to shoot at Presently it camo a big. hungry looking wildcat, creeping stealthily over the tangled underbrush un til it came to the clearing, whore it stop ped, looking cautiously around as If ex isting nn enemy. Miss Culver took de liberate aim and fired, bnt just us she pull ed the trigger Mr. Wildcat crouched down to the earth and the charge just graztd his Kirk. The schciltcacher rushed forward to finish the job with a blow of the gun barrei. but the wounded animal was not to surrender his life without a fight. With a wild cry the animal plunged Into tho air nnd landed with fore paws upon the brca-t and right arm of hii fair antagonist, tearing the front of her jacket to shreds and cutting a deep scratch In tbe arm. Seizing the Iteast by the throat and fore legs she suocccdrd, by a desperate effort In releasing herself from the terri ble grip, and another sweep of tbe gun pot aa end to the tmgQe. IT AU WILL COME OUT RIGHT. Whatever is a cruel wrong. Whatever is unjust, The honest years that speed along Will trample in the dust. In re-stlcss youth I railed at fate i With all my puny might. But now 1 know if I bat wait It all will come out right. j Thonph vice nay den the Judge's crown And play the censor's part. And fact be cowed by falsehood's frown. And nature ruled by art. Though labor toils through blinding tcara, And idle wealth ta rdEht, I know the honest, r AM dj years Will bring il all ou.ht. Though poor and loveless creeds may pass Fur pure roliirion's gold. Thi.e.sh Igatttwace may rule the man. While truth meets glances cold, I know a law supremo, sublime. Controls us with its might, And in Uod's own appointed time Il all will coiae cut right. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Looking Forward. A Cleveland clergyman vlio is not frrta to patting on a long face cithar in nil pulpit or out of it Fays that be fore lie camo hero from tho south ho wa one day asked by a young man to nuitc him with the woman of his choica in the holy bonds of wedlock npou tho eTonhi:; cf a certain day. "I am very sorry," said the reverend gentleman, "but I shall be out of town apon that day. " The young man was crestfallen, said that be had Bet his heart upon having that particular minister perform the ceremony nnd asked if there wns no lOFsiblo way in which it could be ar ranged. "I thought the matter over," said the clergyman in recounting tho experi ence, "and finally agreed to return for tho express pnrpose of complying with his wishes. Ho was greatly pleased, as sured mo that it was very kind of me and hinted that I would bo well repaid for iny trouble and consideration. "So upon the day set for the ceremony I traveled nearly 200 miles, paid ont $8. o0 for my railroad ticket and other accommodations and gave tho happy couple one of the best marriage services in my repertory. "After the ceremony the groom camo to me, blushing furiously, slipped a $5 bill iuto my band and in all serious ness said : " 'This is all I have to givo you now, but I hopo to bo able to do better next time.' "I was $3.o0 ont of pocket on tho transaction, and I guess I'll let him hunt up somebody clso 'next time.' " Cleveland Leader. A Ore tt . totogieal Garden. The Zoological toe'etytt New Toik rrapotc to construct what will probably bo the finest zoolog- cal garden in the world in Bronx 1'ark, New Tork, and under the direction of the executive committee the plans are being (ally clvbiraUd. The society expect to open the garden to the public in a tutii fact Dry way on May 1st, lsff.). 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