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The Cabinet Members are Not ty (lesion. Asked MESIDENT ASKS CIS ADVISERS Vo Retain fhelr rrtfollti Oaring lit Sic 6si Ttrm, Atiuflng Them of C Washington, Nov. 14. Preildsnt McKlnley Tuesday announced clearly nnd forcof ully to the mom bora of h.s cabinet Mr desire that tLey should all roranln with him during the four years of IiIb coming administration. Ilia wishes ware made known In u speech nt tho .cabinet UMtiHf bald that, lleaponses were tnada by all the toera hers oroMiit, and wblls thara were no definite pledges from any of litem that they would nrctfit lha portfolios tbua tendered ntraalt, thara ware, on the other hand, no definite declinations. Those proceedings relieve the mem ber of the cabinet of the customary obllgntlon of tendering their resigna tions at the and of tho ternt utiltea thoy have decided that It will 1 lm tioselblo for them to continue In office. It nlab seta At raat all speculation and slato-maklng of the country' , . . --. - , DtMOtrtt! l represented by mTSTJ ' HU-1 lf."VM. 5 th. votfc. Rv fill faetor In the cabinet. Attorney i .lU. . , , , , nenerl rlMs, a. he holds hi, present ""! ' ' " u m position at a great financial mMvJ1' niched by bo h lfi. a. ma, Urn HUH Mr. arlggs replied In term of which will have a bearing on warm speculation to the corapllmen-, 'hfl for congresmm In two iarv ramartui nf tha nraaiiW nod . districts the Ihlrd am e ninth. voiced no Intention of retiring from j lila' preaent poaltlon. IMihir t'nuinl. Montgomery, Ala., Nor. 14, The leg lelatiiio mot In blcraiat section at noen Tuesday. Owing to the cilUaal con dltloh of aer-tlaet Sam ford tho organ isation was perfected, tho prodding officers wero elect 4 and the vote etut at the laat sfnto election wm counted and tho result announeed. Hon. W. n. Jeokt of Barbour wea eleclrd prealdmt of the senate and lien. V. U Pettos speaker ef the bora, a JaJot aesotou Bf the lwt houses warn thm held ami alter verifying the election returns, 1 Hem. W. J. Samfonl wm declared the ! governor-elect. All this waa an unusual proeertJlnR for tbe Aral day of the anaalon, but ow- ! Ing u- the physical condition of the 1 governor-elect it wm puehrd through to prevent any complication whleh night ac!s fnm his de:h. and to In sure a molar surres Ion In sueh event. The atala lioa no lieutenant governor, and tha conitltntlon r.f tha Hal pro- vldra that the pre blent of the aensle 'hall succeed to the governorship In cms of vacancy arising from any cauae. Will YVmrh I'mhI. PYaukfort, Ky.. Nov. II. The Rtnte i election hoard will meet Dec. 3 to can tata the return and officially declare the mult of the election In Uihi slate. While tho Itcpitbllcnoa have formally coneedod tho election of Ikwkham tut governor and announced that lltero will o' no oonteeL both nublleBM and THH nAPTISTB, Tha Coatunilen Ilerblrt In Iifni Mailt A Bullitt Membrri. MINIMUM HATBS filStrenr ot Opinion a to the Rlatnt ol Una ul tba Wumpnnlct. Tills Is not the Hrat time the preal dent 1im expraaajd to lbs members of the cabinet lila pleasure at tha sup port they had given hint, lie aatd nn much In a general way at the hut cabinet meeting, when the members, neventl ot whom bad been scattered by the political campaign, got togeth er for the first time and congratula ted him on the outcome. Tuesday tho president evidently had prepared for tho oeeaalon, and In his addrecs reviewed the work ot the ndmlnletra tlon In tho past four years--four at tho most exciting yearn the country has known In throe decades. It wm rnthor a surprlae. even to the cabinet numbers themaelvea, to note how no curntely the president bad fixed In his memory. the aeniieaee of events and how onlnily he relinquished the per Bonnl credk far aueeesaful sirokea of policy or pfijudlce nnd attributed tho honor to the members of bit official family, in wboee Immediate depart ment tho matter in dueatlon had nrUun. He irnld tint If the reanlt of the re cent oltoUon waa an Indorsement of lila. administration It waa no leaa nn Indorsement ot the men who flood by him In the time of itrea and ndver alty. ,Tbe eredlt for success. b saiO. lay with the heads ot bis various de partments, and he should ahrmk from entarlnz unon another four year ot ofHeo unl aor. Deck ham will be Inaugurated Dee. 11. It la said one of the first offi cial impera Oov-Rleet Dnrbln of In diana will have to ronsldrr when he U.kea office will be a requisition from flov. llerkham fbr the return of former Gov. Taylor and ex-ieemtary of stele rinley to this elite ttr trlaJ. leading ftcpubtlrana claim to hi ve a-aurancea from Indiana llppubMcnti leaders that Mr. Durbfn wtl (follow th.i precedent Mr. prrhln will fol'lw tia prerwtent will rcfure to honor the requlrltloti. i:ivkh iiiwimn iur. I Atlanta, Oa., Nov. II. TlteOeorga I'g'Biaturo, being unable to adjourn, Nov. 0 unanlraoii'ly dieted Hon, W. J. Hryan president ot tho United States. V.r. Hryan Iim ackHowledgd the com- I I llatit, and n litter from him was I read In the senate Tuesday by order ot I'roKldent Howe' I Mr. Hryan says; "Wblle the returns show that tho decialon rendered in my favor In 0or gla has been overultd In the hlgbtn court, which Includes the entire na tion, ytt 1 beg to axprers my apprecia tion of the coafldenro and good will Okiiretard by the mrmbrra of the Otor gia le gialature. Voun truly. "W. J. HltYAN." Woco, Tex., Nov. la-ThVmeiHien gora to the genernl eonv'ntton at tha Texas llaptk4ia nasembled at 10 olwk Monday morning nnd reseimeil work. In tho afternoon the beard ot dlreo torn of tho llaptlit geuml convention blri a acMlon an re-elaetetl Or. J. U, Oambrell of Dallas oorreepowtllBK tee ratacy and superintendent at mission ary work In Texas, oh a salary of tsOOO a roar, which Is An Increase of ISM compared with hts twovioua ml arv The fotolwlng nm erected tntnte of tho ifenoraJ convention: 0. 0. -laughter or DallM, It. U IlrowM of Van Alatyne, It. IC. Uggoit and A. J. Ham of Ooltun and Charles Perkins of Nacogdorhea. TnirtMa were elected for the virions Tlaptlst iNhieatlonal Inttitntlono of Tcim. and lengthly reporta were ro . lved from the rhalrma reopostlve ly of the trustees of th oot legos aad universltlre. I The general convention adopted the . following this afternoon: i Wiereaa, ' Certain Isw tulta have j been filed Against aulora and mem- bora of thla roHvanllofi which have aabjacted them to great expense: nnd WhereM, These tulta are bas.d Hp on acta of tula body when In oenren tlon areemblc'd and are therefore In effect suits agalnat thla convention It self; and ' Whereas, few of our brethren nhould not be allowed to personally bear thla burden of proceed! rgg far which we are nil equally respoMdblo: thfraforo be It UesrlvMl. That thla connntttin con alders Itself attacked by those suit, and that a commute he now 041 point ed to take thla matter In charte and at once begin to receive voluntary contribution toward lbs msetlng cf the expenses of the brethren Inmtrred by reason of having been mode de fendatito In said eults. In accordance with the above reso lution tho prooldent appointed W. JlcCaha. J. T. Wofford and J. C. Oen try a committso to receive voluntary contribution for defrti'Mng the law siilto referred to In the resolution. The convention sustained a resolu tion unsostlng W. It. Ihvldwln. A. W. Johnson, It. A. McDuff, W. J. I'rtdny J U. Ughtfoot, J It. Cotton and U D. I'otta. Th foregoing list of seven weeeen- gers, who were unseated, ss ststsd. Austin, Tex., Nov. H. The railroad ootnmioaion Is eonsldsiing tUe advisa bility of sailing n hcHrtng In rsaponse to the request submitted Monday on bo bslf of Weld At Neville on 'he proposi tion of adopting a minimum ot M.cOfl pounds on rotton and a rats ot $113 per care, which, la a reduction of approxi mately $100 per ar, It same weight It tn be ronsWcrrd. The rommlselon hM eotitldrrrd sim ilar nplicatlona on two fortaar oe- w nns. The first wu made by 1. 1 Anirr c n Citton compeny. mmufar turpi of round bale preaaa. In which lhi - reqimtpil a apeclal rate on cotton In Mn whlrh amounted to an app lea tlon in 1 ref ind on cot' It In cote nt-ated for ginning aad pock'ng Into round kali a. Th a waa refusal In en daborate oplnluu signed by the en tlr lomml alon. t a mibsequent hearing on cotton r a mo spa t parura mm ap p a n for a rate baaed on density which Is In effcct the seme ns Is now rwiuaeted by the liwery people. During the heirlrg It became evident ti nt the present cowmlts'on will nov r a opt a minimum weight to govern tho ttaneportatlnn of cotton, tvei. If a rate nhould be adopted booed on density. An Interesting ptere of polities rrtilil have Itfcn aceured from I be railroad crmmlfelon by tho Iteptib'lc-ns In th a connection, that could have been used tog.oatadv li!K 1 tirlrg iln c 111. i I n just closed. The Iteftibllcsus, and ce pnlally dov. ItocaevelU chnrged that tt.ough the Democrata wore flg'ttlt g the Itepunllcar. because of the alleged formation of Iruslw. the Demorratie ui Honal chairman, Senator James K J ncs was a stockholder In one of the largest trus s In tho country, the Am r- lisn Coitcn company. Brnator Jones topneu that the company wm not a hint. The romm aslon. it seems, i'oa rot agreo with him. The opinion, signed by the entire eomm'ra on In re fusing tho aplleatioti for a eped'il ta on seed cotton reviews the buslnrss methrds tf the Amfenn Cotton ccm paiiy. togethsr with Its chsrter, and terms It the greatest monopoly In te country. The coram: ou rece:y lit ters from Benntor Jones stating that be wm a stockholder and director In ths company In question, and Insisted on a special rot on cotton In seed. JephttialTs Daughter: A Story of Patriarchal Times. Gy JULIA MAQRUPER... Cerrnmntte INS. ISO akd IM4 at Hons it tiomisa's seirs. 1 1 iiu.,,,,. una,,, ,ll.aii.MialaWBoa..iiaMMaMuausaMsaiis Ws ITS. I CHAITMIt X.-(Contlnoed ) Now, the young man Adtna. having pent the night In ceaeeb vigil also, wm at the casrment of hi window, be fore th earliest strenk of dawn, his life-blood throbbing to the thought that ho waa tn aee once mote the form of her whom his soul so srit'.y loved, albeit speech sad touch woubl be de nied him. It had boon the maiden's wish that ahs might not see him on this fateful morning. Ices that the sight ot lila HRbapptness might cause her courage to give way. Still It was known to her the house wherein be dwelt, nnd be waited with bt soul nlhlrat, to poo her make tn blm some sign ot parting a she passed bensath tho casement of his window. The blood flew surging to hla Heart as the group of maidens came In sight, their mourn Jtfg garment rosjed o'er by the glory of the riling sun, and their approach heralded by tho waitings ot the pejp e who lined tho streets on olther side, lila face went deadly wbllo. nnd he was fln to clutch with both his hand at tho casement ot the window to keep from falling back. Onward sho moved toward htm, the form that he waa wont to fondle In his arms, screonod from his loving eye by thoeo harsh draperies from rhlch the ashes fell, a th morning brecics played about her. He was screened from view behind n curtain, but the resolution rushed upon blm. Hint If she turned and looked, for even on Instant upward, be would throw the curtain back and look nt her, that he might see the mighty lovc-llght In bin fnce, and the compassion wherewith ho pit led lier. Strong man a he wns It w is n bitter tiling to bear that alie should go onward to suffering and duth. an i he ataud by, In bodily safety, nud sea IU Hut Namarah looked not up. and as she pasted hensatll hi window, her ead wm bent forward, and shi- w ilkc I on calmly and a If In totnl u-iuin-seloustloss of tho dying brt tint in-at were ths signers 0f a challenge offer- j e Arasrlenrn UMi.cn -a psny wm Truly lliplnnilli. Uonlto, U Nov. M.-A dsplomble tragedy hM' occurred here resulting In the death of two men. Jub. A. Wil liams, V. Welboura and I S. llach- he could be aanred that cl"', promlnsut rltl ens I avs b sn I a t- ho would have with him u majority nt j nera In a tttois at this place. They fell least ot tho men who form his cabl- nut over n aettlumeut of their ntftUra, net Ho said ho knew that In asking and in a bloody dusl that followed, them to remain with him there was j Itachslor killed both partners. All bo scarcely ono who could do so without ' longed to the ItnlgbU or Pythlss, and somo snorinco, olthsr of money or willlntns nnd Wslbourne wore Masons . ....... I I.. .. ll.inlllt.l.l. nt II, ... . . .. ... .. pciBuiiui ii 01 uign iiunuing. woioournu ibavcs n ed Saturday, which the convention re fused to (waiter. In which the rbil longed mtwengers were J. I). CranSll. Otorgo W. Traett and Vf. Williams of DiIIm. the latter named mstwangers having been fully Indorsed and ana tallied by the convention, whlls thus who cballsitgcd them were noetsilM ataUid. The oonventhin will meet the second wwk In November neat yosr. nt Son Antonio, ami Dr. A. W. Mentha of Wneo will preach the annual eoarrri Hon Mrwim, tlrao ho said he should feel bappler 'It all of them could gratify his wishes. wife nud three children nnd Willams n wife and two children. Ilarhelor la us-married. Thought lniinllilr City of Mexico, Nov. 14. Tho report of tho arrest In New York of Peosu nnd Marottehy, chnrgod with having smug gled Into tho United States dlnmnnda Secretary Hay said that fur' his part he deeply appreciated the complimen tary references mndo by his ohlef and that ho thought there was not 11 mem ber ot tho cabinet who would sever such pleasant ofllclnl relations with- .jtMct nnl ettfttti tlifili flftl I tl M a'o he n t u'rB n riWn.' J"" ft J- tlremcnt. r0r Mnx,mlllH" orown nntl to H1"' Secretaries nMe. Imt. IMoheock ,.T,,,"T,P ,,."re " and Wilson and Attorn.y anorl 1 J not bll.vMl t.t the Jewels wero Qrlggs nnd Postmaster Usnsml Smith 1 ' rt 8f H ' t former sov- eaoh spoke In niBeh the asms vein. I ' f M co and old ImiwrlslUt Rrlr. Unnt tvns i ho only absent ! Bsldr It finite linponelblo that welt vv w. ovww " - w I ., )...., .1 1 . inomber, having left for Cuba to try I'mhI l!,.lllln. Shorrann. Tex., Nov. 13 Monday tuornliiR at 18: 47 o'clock outbound pas tenner train on the Missouri, Kansas and Texan Denlsou-Sherman service mot nn Inbound freight train Just north of n long treatlo work bridge nud about ten hloetrs nut of the Pecan street passengsr station. The engines worn toloecopml. be ing llttsrly Jammed Into each other. In tho cab of the piuengr.r onglno both Itoglneer Chas. Young nud Flrenmn Thomas Weaver wero trwpiied. the for mer badly hurt, the latter killed. monopoly. not. Senator Joins says It ol float BTQfl.ua. of wm In . frith thFwitlng cf Alt Unlet hI AiHlfrwin, Austin. Tsx., Nov. 14 -AdJt, 0n Thomas Seiirry said that he appre hended nn further trouble at Ander son. He paid the people of that coun ty a high compliment nnd staled that In the organisation of th White Men' union tho rcspeclablo element wm seeking to psclfy the political af fairs nt the county. Heretofore th negroes and n fsw white men who were tbelr leaders have dominated at elections of county officers. Through the efforts of the memhen ot the White Men's union tho negro element wm overwhelmingly defeated nt the recent election. It waa this suocom on the part of Uie White Men s union tlckst that led to ths recent trouble, but since the rcmotal ot ex-Sheriff Ccott from the county peneo has hsoti restored. so near her. UJjSSssu to him to l: a orinl fhln iittflihdaF anil iinlhniiulit- The opinion waa a'gned by Judge , fi. ai Aiima rsntsltla clothe, uml ToVn II. Ilegan, and ho raid that 1 luriiml awav rrntninia window with that mndn mm e people in U streets. It almost seeuiod to him as though ho wero nothing to her -as though she loved him not, and thought no in to of htm and of his love nnd woo. Ho paced th room, Willi the long strides of an angry lieast, anil over nnd anon groat eoba. that brought with them no soothing tours, shook mightily his strong young breast. All the day he spent alone, in the anguish of his stricken heart, fearing to go oven unto Jephthah, knowing that his presenro could be no comfort white that his grief so mastered blm; hut when oven Ing waa come he crept from tho house, unseen of any. and went silently to the garden of Jephthah's house. Hint he might once more be In tho place that had seen him so happy in tho prosonco of his soul's tovo. Still nnd deserted was tho garden, and the wun moon looked down to-night with tho anmo cold face that she had turned upon tho far different scene of last night. Adliia wandered here and there among the trees, but ever be came back to the dear spot where Intoly he had stood with Namnrab In his arms. The orook still babbled on, and tho cooing of tho doves came ever to his ears, us If to remind him that all waa tho samo as before, save that Namarah was gono. to rooiiponttQ from his long and se rious !Ubm. The llt of n-ejwH, therefore, was all but 'complete. It Is known that Secretary Hoot will take tho same position M Secretary Origg. holding his' position at grsat sserlac. but willing to MerifbM a great deal to comply with the expresMd wish of ths prosldsfit. The moeUasj, which had develop Into u roal love ft, than returned to the wore aummoaplaee of rogtlae business aad the dlsewsaloa at th salient features of the proatdentf comlBg msssaga to eungross. after wlllsh the mwaWsrs left with rsuewed expressions ot regard. 4t0ll I'tH-llH. Waihlngtcn, Nov. 14- It Is the un valuable diamonds could over Imvo fallen Into hands of private parties. Ill hi l. ll I'mprr. Iindon, Nov. 14. Commenting Hpon wlwt IU ealla Cot) gar's excellent eugitsstlon far ths dismissal of naletala IH-rmlttlng antl-furstgn out rag, tho Tmlss romarka that this Is' the. only considerable addition to th terms which ths minister proposed to sub mit ti Chios last month. It sirs that the American mum of J astles aad humanity 1 loo strong and American luUlligeace too keep to be deladsd by tha attlfal ChlNoee appoat Bgalatt the exwMtlon ot Pao Tina ft offlelala. Wl' l'r.frr. Austin. Tox., Nov. 13. News reach ed aov. Saysrs that Postmaster Seott at Anderson, Crimea county, the scene of the recent trouble, had been farced out of bin office by contending , orty holders In the respective districts faction. The report came from Wash-1 whoso lands aro siiMeptlhle of Irrlga- f.lsrlit Voir. . Austin. Tex., Nov. II. There was a light vote oast throughout the state 011 ths amendment to tho constitution which provides for the organization ot Irrigation districts without regard to county lines tn tho counties of Wichi ta, Ibtylor, Knox, Archer and Clay, and the levying of n tax for tho es tablishment of Irrigation enterprises by n vote ot two-thirds of tbe prop- Inglon and the authorities there re quested the aid of the governor and elate officials to give the postmaster tha protection desired. Cov. Bayers nave Assurance that all stats aid pos sible would be given the fetlaral oW eers In protecting the postmaster and ,the federal property, and so ordered. Mark Twain was warmly welcomed by the New York newspaper man. The battleship Kentochy Is piers. (llfTnrtl tlimir IHutol Peptar Muff. Me,. Nov. 14 A par- drrstgndlNg among prominent 8tK tlal scare! 1 ef the huntsd Olganl how Amertoan msmbers ot ths South Amor. wu raua, but only one utitdsntlflsd loan dlploMStlc corps lust me visit 01 Preshlsnt OaraiMM Sslos ot Ilrazll to tbe president of Argentina has bean at Al tai. predictive of an atrosMsnt by which these two r epublos are itkely to exert thsir united InNoenee toward the pa-" ciflr adJuslinenV f some of the per plexing quesilona bih hare disturb ed thvlr neiguboMrg rapublM. Lard HeberU roper la mvomI uor eoagoasaeit vtUM Itesra. AnvllHpUil. araham. Tax., Nov. IX While nn vlU were being fired at a Itawibllean celebration here a tembie cxplostoa took pises. Somebody plaosil an Iron band betwMn the anvils filled with powder. Dock Matthews, the 11-year- old son of W. M. Matthews, wm mull- tlon. The vote, so far as retorted. Is very close, with the Indications that the sniemUmtn lias been defeated. Many voters who did not understand the purpart and local application ot tbe amendment voted against It. Oh NltlMr nt Tempt. Temple, Tex., Nov. 14. At noon Monday the workers In the Siiuthwesl ern Telephone com pa ay walked out on GHAPTKIt XI. nesting his two arms against the trunk ot a great trco, ho laid his fuco upon them, shutting out tho beautiful Barden-sccne, In which the maiden was not. nnd thore he rested lung In ex ceeding bitterness of spirit. Suddouly thcro wits a win ml of wlnga, and again the bird which he ooutd recognize by its broken nnd Injured plumage ilew down, nnd hovering above him a mo ment, as It In doubt, oaino nnd nestled en his shoulder. Adlnn took It softly In his hands, and turned his sad eyes silently toward the house where he lived alone, liven yet he had not the courage to go to Jephthah. but put It oft until the mor row. As he walked along, over smooth ing the bird's feathers with caressing iiuiHhM. be suddenly became a warn ot ! something smooth and hard fastened u strlbtt. all Uut three of the clrl attUting. The strike Includes twelve ! beneath lis wing. Ituitantly the thought she knew not that It stance for us both. Sorrow not, lie loved, seeing that I srsr tors thee, both In this life ad that which Is to eome. Thine. NAMAftAH." And underneath she had written tho word "Mlzpsh." In reading theM lines, the soot of Adlna wm greatly comforted, so that h fslt a how soarsgo come to htm, and ever thereafter, until tbe two months were mine to en cad, he bore himself patiently and submissively nnd mur mured no more. Its eh day that dawned mw him beside the old man Jephthah, sustaining, comforting and cherishing blm, though, mayhap, his own heart was wen at thst Mme time sunk down with wrsrlness. And after he had brought tho whlto dove home that night, It over on me to blm afterward ot Its own nsaonl, Hying at suueet Into his window nud perch ing there, tt he wss absent, until ho returned, and often he would take It in his hands and talk to It, such words ns his frosen hrsrt refused to utter unl.t human enrs, and ever It seemed to give him greater comfort tlmii any human friend. As tbe two months of allien re ot the maiden Namarah begin to draw to a t'toae, the soul of Adlna grew each hour more exceedingly sorrowful, and Jeph thah also went heavily from morn till evening and took no comfort save It the prennrn and comiiitiiotiNhlp ot Adlna, who was become to him riven ns Ills own son. And when the ere of tbe return of Namarah snd her m-iliieo w.m come, all the p' op'e of Mlspeh were nare of It, but no crent wan thilr sornw for the mnlilin. tt-.it they fmicd tn look upon her r:ire, and s nt n i nf mm the children p'nv'ng In tl.e streets brought new that the mildena wero returntnr tirlin'd, the pi-op'n x:it them to tlulr hciuiiH, they and tlnMr chil dren, thnt ii'im- mlfc'it Innk up in Na tn.ir.ih In In r ml: cry .mil her nflllctlon. And ns .Vui.iirah so l h"r i.iildena mnt'e tbi ti uny rli.nt: ttiu eliets of Mi.p h. Iiihiilil, they tu.nle 11 plrtura and to 11 1. f.ir their r. irments of sark cln'h win- turn nnd stiilnM ulili their Kfl'ii'rn In the wlldernr.it of I he moun lulus! and tlulr fret wiin fire and wi.Aiy, nnd i NaniT-.! wilk'-d flrat aiming them, tier rompinlone ntlerod n low w.il'IriR of dlatrriiR. Hut th maid in herre'f was silent and made no Mjund. tliher with her v. dee or wl'li the worn-out snnduls of her tset, hut over moved uolseiersiy as it shadow. wUh bnnt head nnd hands clasped wearily. No human creature did they see. The streets of Mlzpsh were ns unin habited as wore the mountain forests they had loft, nnd a vast and solomn silence, more nwful In this ptaco ot many habitations than In the open country, brooded over everything, As they moved along In slow proces sion, suddenly above their heads there was tho sound of wings, and a flock ot snow-white dovos cumo downward from high In tho air, and, flying low, prodded them with "low nud steady' motions all up tho empty etrcota. And as men or women hero or thcro watched furtively from behind tho drawn curtains ot tbelr windows, this most strange sight tho maidens In their mourning garments preceded by tho flook of whlto doves struck awo unto their hearts. And addod to tho sight thero was a strange nnd awful sound, for oven ns the maldons crooned their low. sad walls, the dovos from their flight In tho air Joined to tho sound their plaintive cooing and com plaining. To the other maldons Jt scorned ns but nn accident that the birds should meet and join themselves to tho pro cession; but Namarah hollered It not. Her heart told her thnt her tonilorly loved birds had recognized hor, and bo fore she reft all ed the door of her father's house one of them had oven separated from Its companion, nnd circling a moment, as if In doubt, above her head, presently flew downward nnd alighted on her shoulder. Then did Namarah unclasp her hands nnd take It under hor cloak and press It against tho warmth of her heart; and although the feathers ot Its wings had grown out again, and it was even smooth nnd shapely nnd anow-whlte as the rest, she knew It to be the messenger be tween Adlna nnd herself. Howbelt. had earned a ufrio and all the main em ploy as. Ar. WeykiHd from Waeo organised tbe itoloa Monaay night. The eiectrl tight HasatOH Joined the union, but did net strike. body recovered. It Is now considered Mrtaln that Ave more bodies Us burled benyth the , ittNj, nmt died Kunday. Carl King rains, for the na wealing odor at . wag wounded. Pragsnsats ware driven eharrtl flesh comes from Ave different te houses far sway and one fragment spots. It si given out authentically by , was driven through five planks. In the night rli rw. S P Swelm. that every I r, n orewd It Is a mystery that mors me of the forty-live rooms In the , W(ra not killed, boua were occupied Sunday night. ' l-Htue l lit Hllet Dallas, Tox.. Nov. 14. In the offlse ef the county clerk net Imtg mso there was Slsd for record a document which Indkatos the releaoe ky J. II. Wilson ef ths Dallas Consolidated Itleelrle Street Ilsilwny company from a Hen en ths prepsrly of lbs latter In MBSideratlen of the imymtwt to Mr. Wilson ef Hf,OM and Interest The ramflr was ewrrsnt that the CoMelldatfrH serapisy had soil to out side n.rUs worth if bonds, but It has not been confirmed. occurred to blm thst It might be a me mm from Namarah; hot how, Indeed, oeuld It be so? Ilrasthlees with eagsr nee, he roarbsd his chamber, and there found lights. Carefully shutting himself In. nnd even drawing the curtain at the win dows el oo, he severed the sent that held In plane the tittle folded nete, and opening the sheet, re-d: -Adlna. My Ileloved: I ean give thee no greeting m 1 pass thy window, but I shall even then have olose to my breast the dove which Is to bear this my last message to thee. The mes t la but thla. that thou hut heard so often: 1 love thee, and I ehsrg thee, by that lev. Rive net thvaetf to heavy grief. Iwl over lake courage and have benjB. tt thou lovsot m. 1 wou'd havft tuts hoar HP with patlnee under the heavy tarstlrt and t' comfort my father Jepbthsh. tfrrr vi.r far dellv- stronger claim to her affection yet. in that It had been the chief companion and comfort of her lover during the long days and nights ef her absence. (To be eon tinned.) A Hew AriMelnl l4inv Hie.- A new artlfisial paving atone ts made In tier many. It is mtnpose-l of eoe! tar, sulphur and rh'orato ef lime. The tar is mixed wlih ilir 1 phnr a. d warmed thorough y. and Urn iim is added to the Mwl-'tqutd mass. After eoottitg.lhts product is Im.kui Sna and is ml sod with ground im or !!. (uruMe sllg. The b' are then sub obd to a twisaure of 3.ow oands V the square laeh. PhHatlsnlty tearec n it- cf nlM- rl.Ht PltpplaSM With (i d Itrt, J. Jf. W. Utah.