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MKAKIKO TO THK HANK WI PK TWICK.
A Singular Sr|>arntluii nm) KcMomtloii
A Life of IM- ?Ipa! lfji.-.ttoiiiuii< <? in Henl
IIKNDKHSOX, Kv., Oct., 21.-Thc
death of Gabe Tate last week brings
to miud tlie romantic career ot his
life. Tate vas born and raised hi
tliis county. Iii* tattier wai one of
tIto prosperous planters of ((utC'betlv.tn
day*. Tho large tract ol' land be
owned was in Wainui bottom, lu the
most productive part of this section.
He had a large number of slaves, and
better -till a largo bank account. Gabo
had grown in an atmosphere of luxury
until luxuries were common. He had
been accustomed to baring his own
Way and to have every want supplied.
When Iii* father died thc estate was
divided between him and his sister,
Mr-. Dr. .h -V liai ding, who had gOQC
to the home of lier husband in Jeffer
son countv, now a part ol' Louisville,
Ky. There kc met Miss Shotwcll, the
daughter of Col. A. 1.. SbOtWQll, a
man who was rich in a dozen different
way-. Ills -team hucrest was only
second to his landed estate, ami his
commission merchant's business but
barely outstripping his mining rights.
Tlie vast coa! Heids ot I nion county,
now owned by Brown & Jones, thc
Pittsburg coal kings, were his individ
ually. At that time, in 1802, there
were only two coal minos operated on
thc Ohio river below Pittsburg, l'a.,
thc one a; Cuunclltou, ind., and tho
Shotwcll Mines, in Union county, So
cxhaustle-s is the supply of coal, and
so superior thc quality, that a railroad
ha< just been completed to tho mines
from lid- city. Fabulous fortunes
have been made from thc liccts of coal
sent South from these mines, lt i
seen by thi- what oriental grandeur
was in the roach of Gabo Tate and Mis.
ShotWOll, with their fortunes when
united by marriage at tho residence ol
Col. Shotwcll iii Louisville. After
marriage Mr. and Mrs. Tate went to
thc Shotwell Minc-, where tlie pro
duct- of a thousand miners supplied
their want-, l or sonic years they
lived al thc iiiiues und all went well.
Two or more children Idos-ed their
union. Mr. Tate ie p. ??is hoino and
to this day tho public do not know
the eati-o. Surmise- wore plentiful,
but no knowledge ol' the t..use was
ever had. It was known that .his
estate was gone, but that was ot sinai!
importance, for his wife was rich.
Some time after Mr. Tate left home
Mrs. Tate see ur eil a divorco, and
shortly after married Sam Churchill,
a prosperous planter who had lived
near tho mines, and with whom she
was acquainted during her married
lifo at thc mine-. In thc meantime
Andrew Talc, an old bachelor une!?,
had died, and Lit his vast estate tc
(?abc and hi- sister. Hugh Tate, air
other bachelor uncle, soon died, ant1
added his fortune to that ol Ins brothel
Andrew, for the benefit ofilia nephew
and niece. Not long alter that, Mis
Nancy Tate died, and left her incrcasci
fortune from her own right and un
divided interests in the estates of hoi
two brother-, Andrew ard Hugh, t.
Gabe Ttate and his sister. Those
chango , covered a period ol' nearl)
ten year-. Notwithstanding tho faot
that considerable advertising had bool
done, nothing could be heard of Gabi
Tate, and lie was supposed t<> bo dead
At last ho wa- heard from at Cairo
lil., and found. Arriving homo, ht
found himself a rub man again. IL
wrote io his wife lo soud the chlldroi
to hima- Evansville, Ind., as he want
ed to see them. She mci him thor
with ibo children. Shortly afterward
a divorco was procured from Saturn
Churchill, tho second husband, an
speedily following that divorce, wc
the marriage of Gabe Tate to tho -am
woman who had procured a divorc
li om him years before.
Since then they have lived here mo
ol (ho time, a handsome suburbs
homo b?lllg theirs-. Mr. Tate has le
a dissipated lifo -ince I tirst knew hin
but was au enemy only lo himscl
He has been the golden goo-e for mot
than one sharp. In hi- ullluciico h
was generous to extravagance, an
hundreds of poor devils owe a nigl
of comfort and a good meal to tli
plentiful purse Of (?abc Tate. l\
iwo or more ] cars ho lins been fuilln
rapidly, and last week ho died al tl
residence of his sister, Mrs. 1). Han
lug, who now Jives in Union count;
and within live miles ot Shotwol?
minc-, where his carly married li
was pa-sed. Mrs. Tate and lu
children are lhere. ( Mic, to soc tl
lady in her quiet demeanor, woul
never suppose that her lifo was >
eventful, sim does not appear to I
over !W years ot age until you see h<
grown daughter bv her -ide. She1 is
small woman of tho pearl style, bein
neither blonde nor brunette. "
While Til re is Lite Thera i- Hope.
Muny of tho disoascs of this soaso
of the year can be averted by a sum
amount ol e ire and at lillie cost, IJ
the timely usc ol' EWUAXK'S Toiv
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traveler should he v? ithotlt a bottle, :
it will prevent any discaso thal woul
no doubt ari-e from the change i
water, food and climate, without i
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Dyspepsia, Indigestion, sick Hem
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CHAKI.KSTON, S. C., Sept. 1, 1885,
H. 15. EWUA?K, Ks<?., President i
Thc Topaz Cinchona Cordial (Jo
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my family, and as a 'louie and Appt
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and lack of appetite. My chlldroi
especially, have been much bonO?KC
by its use. Kcspectfully,
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* Spnrtanburg, S. C., U. S. ;
\ (JOVlbOy Ilium a Kare \\U\i n Train.
CiiicAoo, October '-'<S.-A Times sped
from Fort Keogh, Montana, says: A co'
boy herding cattle near Bozcinan, yesU
day, conceived the iden of running a rn
with a freight train Just passing, l'uttii
'spurs to hit? broncho ho caught up with t
Hying mi'; and for a while thc rai o WM i
even oro. While galloping like mad alon
?ldc tho train, hy a sutldcii furch the hoi
und rider were thrown ngninst thc cars Si
both were killed,
CIIOLKK.% i\ J.WAV
70tKK> Urn th? in M ft'e? Multi lu - A llrrndfnl
TOKIO. Japan. October '.?3.-Thc citolera
bas been playing sad havoc in Japan.
Tir re ba vc ?-en over 100.000 cases and
70,000 deaths. Thc old theory that cholera
wot.ld not attack foreigners" has proven a
false one. At tirst uoucof thc foreign rosi
- win- attacked, but within the last
month; josi us the d?seas? U gradually
dying out among thc natives, tuero ha's
been iiuito a number of cases right hore lo
Trukiki, where the mendier* of my faf?llv
ato staying. We have bad thc disease all
around ti*. Wo arc residing at No. 15, and
there have been several cases at No-. 18
and ll. One child died in two hours aficr
being seized willi thetfiscaso. The Jap mc -<
servants all over this concession have had
the disease, and a mau could never tell
when bc woke up in the nu ruing whether
or not he would Bud a policeman
lAKUYlNG A DEAD SEK> vNl
out to thc waiting cort an I disinfecting th
premises. 1 had a barber why came every
other morning lo shave me, for which I
paiii bini one Mexican dollar a mouth, lb;
doesn't come any more. The cholera carried
him oiY. His broth? t w as second cook of lue
American legatioi After visituig his
brother one dav bc weui into the < itv and
never came back. Ho had been seized with
eb leia in the street and was can ?cd to I ho
hospital, where he died two hours after. A
servant dropped in at thc house of one of
oui neighbors, and died while talking with
other servants. The master of tho house
ni vcr dreamed of the death until be saw
the police carrying the body "ttl of thc
b usc. ? >ur life herc for two or three weeks
has been one <<i terror and anxiety, for wc
n -.er know when wc would fal) victims lo
thc pia.-ne. At first it did UOl concern US
individually nore than
; HMM:; . FROM rm TI ?.
vi -. tables and fish. Wc drank only water
which had been boiled two hours. Tho
theory w as that with precautions foreigners
Wi rc exempt. We went out on the streets
L- ry day. and would see hundreds of
patients being carried to the hospitals on
litters, but wo felt no special nlurm. Wo
would see patients carried by our gate
every day, too, and even when Japanese
di . light next door wc never flinched.
l'y I when one or two foreigner* died with
thc discos* right close to us, then that be
ca liv a difft rent matter and wc ??egan lo
bo frightened, We thought of going into
th - country, but about the time wc got
ready i?> go every foreign physician had
rc' .rind t<> Tokio, and there was not a
place i:i Jap;,n nt that time winn- wc could
nave any medica] attention outside of
Tu vic. except, of course, native physic!
wli -m we preferred not to risk.
WE A HE SI 1 ! I. IIEllE.
Nearly all of those Who weld into the
country for Hie slimmer returned only to
1 . seized w ith the dreadful disease. Only
about 12 or l \ foreigners hero and in Yoho
bama liavo died so far, btu several are now
verv sick. 1 was three times threatened
with thc disease, but every tinto ? yoi a
physician ill teil minute- and was relieved.
I um satisllcd most cuses will yield v. hen
Hu physician arrives in lime. * Tile treat
ment is to put thc patient under (lie in
fluence of an opiato at once, and this is
i. db ?inn? by hypodermic injections.
Only fas! Saturday twa* taken down and
ti.' physician gave mc three bj |>odcrmi< in- j
je< linus during the day. It i- fearful lo bel
so badly frightened as we have beeil, bul
\\e hop.- f..,r lieder things now that thc
weather is growing < outer. In fact, we
foi ignersdouot expect any further danger
from thc aw ful disease which has caused
tho death of many lliousauds of natives.
" FilED. S. M ANSI I?I.D.
\..iiiiu^ >ii.\ he n..
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
IXi rn haviug culled iiticnlion lo the dis
gr H Jul condition of Hie gm vt s of Confed
eran.- soliliers in Virginia, ile- Suvuuuuh
?Vi?rn makes an appeal for.their re?ue.
Wc apprehend that nothing will bedouo
lo better tlic matter. Thc- Vhronid* re
minded the people, from personal observa
tion, that Ino walis of thc Confederate
cemetery al Mantissas ?ere down, ia several
place?, und that dogs, cattle and hogs Und
freo and prolane access to th<- enclosure.
We dare Say lllO -caudal still exists, aral
must be witnessed dully b\ travelers, lo
and ."tom thc South. We once heard thal
thc bay ut l'oint Lookout had washed out
hundreds of (he remains of dead Confeder
ates, and that bog? v.eic- rioting upon (hose
r> lies thal strewed tho beach, it" uuything
were doue to Correct that dreadful occur
rence wc never heard of it. li is said thal
the bones of Ibo dead soldier-of both
armies, lu Virginia, have, at limes, been
galla nd up ami sent North lobe ground
for fertilizing purposes,
In collecting up thc remains of Federal
soldiers al the South for interment inele
gant cemeteries, wo were informed, at tho
iii " that numerous Confederate dead
were converted im<. loyal material for sep
ulture, and that, in some instances, on the
coast, negro graveyards were rilled for
bone- to make I he contract price greater.
These are some of the results of war,
whit b i-. always horrible. The South had
a ?'i; ?I of p ivcrty just after the contest, and
now a generation i- coining ou lo whom
the bloody th ama is more or less of a urylh.
Hen and there thc Confederate dead haw
had decent sepulture, bid these exceptions
are rare. Our people sentimentally honor
them by monuments in thc cities and by
annual addresses and poem-, lt is proba
bly die fate nf thc vanquished to-be com
pelled to neglect Ibo bone- of men who
died in battle, while cherishing their melli
on- Thc Egyptians wore ino onh, peo
I ? 11 who kept their dead In |>erscrvatlon.
linly the oilier day tho mummy nf tin
Kin', who reigned ut tho time of thc ox
nttlsi II nf thc children of Israel was
brought to light and now rc|Voses In the
Uriiidi Museum. Where aro the remains
of the mightyV Where does Alexander the
Great's skeleton exist, anil where is lire
dil t of many kings and emperors scattered
\>y lime and convulsion? Sooner or later
the earth swallows them up and they re
turn to the elements from which they were
cl eated. So, w hile there should bc defeat e
against defilement, lhere tan be none
against linal extinguishment.- Auyurttl
!>.> liol make any proilliscS lo your chil
dren, bul when made keep them.
Do nol notice everv little fault and re
prove ii. Gow would you like it your
Cultivate courage anti self reliante ?n
children, so that when older they will not
Maintain a harmony of development be
tween thc lindy and brain, so that neither
shall outgrow thc other.
Ile linn, yet gentle, when necessary, and
Insist od obedience to ail commands; but
nevi r ask what is unreasonable or impossi
Go nol expect perfection. A child is an
undeveloped creature, beautiful as a buch
ding rose, but il cannot do everything well
any more than Its parents t an
Children should not too frequently 1?
order' d lo do thus ami so. When necessa
ry they may, however, bc commanded. Or
dering children about hillls their self
ie-1 ? ci, ( Commanding them, asa digniiit-d
officer does bis army, cultivates.
Praise may and ought to bc used on all
proper occasions. The expression, "That
IS wi ll done," is a tonie lo the ininti of thc
child as well as the adult. Children often
starve for honest, deserved praise. Never
fall lo liestow it. It ls ODO of nature's
aids. The parent who never praises it child
A good digestion is moro to bc desired
than groat riches.
UK\EH \I. SE Wt* ITBMP.
racu of Inicrc?? ?;?ihrr<-? from \?rloit?
Another Kussian vai snip is going to
Mis. stewart s otate is presumed to bo
At Purls Un.- s- nate nos passed the bill
providing for tho sale of thu crown jowel*.
The icjx->t! th ul the Ql?ceil would vlsll
Ireland is officially dented.
Tho opening of the International Sani
tary Congress ai Srleooa has ix.ea lixed foi
A New Vork syndicate prow s< . lo I ny
0,000,000 acres of lnud from lui I lierokcc
Indian* at $4 per a> rc.
The Adam? Kxpn ss ear was i ntcrcd and
robbed of gAO.000 ia cash, Mondaj night,
between St. Loins and Pacific, Mo.
The Hichmond and Danville syndicate
has leaM.il ibo Washington, Ohio and West
Joseph lb Hall .li'.: distributing clerk
ia tho Atlanta post ofli.^o, has been arrested
Tbl resideuce of William Poi. near Pl it
Pick, Ky., caught fire Tucsduy night, and
iii occupants, eight in number, were
burned lo death.
Thc boiler of a saw mill in East Nant
nu al, Pa.,exploded Sat unlay evening, hor
ri! ly scolding lind mutilating several work
A contrai t bas becu let lor building thc
first '-'7 miles vi the Cb irght Cciilral rail
road's extension fruin Goodwatcr, Ali., tu
By a railroad collision Thursday after
noon at Pine Bluff, near Milwaukee, Wis.,
oup man was kill, m two others fatally in
j med and three others severely burt.
Mr. JciTcrsou Davis of Mississippi, and
Mr. lt. M T. Ilm.ter. of Virginia, it is
said, are the oidy two ming who withdrew
from the United States Seauic in lodi.
Thc body of au uukuowu woman, :...<..'.
53, ha* been lound in the woods near Mil
ford, Po. Janies ( oiliui, aged 50, ba
been arrested on suspiciou of mullering
Tko Prcncli boycott "ti German beer bas
elicited strong comments frohv the pi - of
Germany, especially as it was Instituted in
Gen. Bouluugcr's club. Thc matter tends
to embitter national feeling against France.
Joe Kitchens, thc Mai on Ga., mau who
rceeutly murdered his new-born Infant un
seeing* that it was horribly deformed,
starved himself to death Iii jail. He ilkd
A pr< tocol '? i been signed reuewingdip
lomatic relations between Servia und Bul
I garla. It provides for a treaty of com
merce and for thc reference of several dis
pu* -ta joint commission.
Mrs. Cornelia M. Stewart, wir of tin
late millionaire dry goods merchant!-, diet
suddenly Thursday morning nt her ipsi
dence Iii New York city, ol congestion ol
the lungs and heart trouble.
A train ?>n the Chicago. Milwniiltti am
St. Paul railroad was ditched Weih ?la;
nigh! by ll switch 1 eltig open, und lil pa*
seiieera were burned to death by 1 ii in.
wedged in a coach that look Uni iront tin
President Cleveland - lilied a prOeln
mat ion declaring th >' : ;. Lu ?>'?.?. ?h inatiiij
duties of tonnage and impost within th
I'm'tcd States aro suspended and disennlhi
uni -o far as re.s|?ecls v<-Sicls ol Spam,
Thc venerable Archbishop Kenrick I :
St. Louis last night bu Baltimore, wher
I he will meet the other Archbishops of th
I count iv. who will take action in regard t>
the ukitioa* .>( secret * iciuiics lo the Catii
A dispatch from Des Moines low i, say
the dbnppearanco. of Henry Puters, one <i
thc im|H)rtant witnesses of the lliuldoc
nnm1er case iii Sioux Cilv, and ti..- Intluii
lion that be had bcou killed lo prevent hi
telling tales, ha* bc. ll ? CHliirnted.
A special lo tia- Mi iitgoulcry Ad . .
from Gadsden, Alu , reports dui killing ?
llic Widow Connor by a drunken you ii
man, who wont to her house and wa? pi
out ai nc -onut cf his < indit'on. ito .;<
ba? li through a .sin.low niki vh ?I h< r.
(bu. Ka.ill.irs h? iiif rmed tho Bldg
rion government by a n de th Un -ii \. ?
regard ibo pr. cvediugs ol' the Sobra ni? i
mil: end v ?id. A dispatch from Athel
say-) that a rumor ls current there lind ll
(Var has consented lo occupy BUlgni ? ?
Thc Crofters ol Kilmuir, isle of sky?
attacked a force of police who wen as>h
big the sheriff lo make evictions, ami tl
military ha l to bo called out, who Wei
c ?rnpel 1. d lo charge with bayonets ilford,
to disperse the crowd.
L i* understood Hint ike eonferena ?
Catholic archbishops lo determine l!u atl
iui?< of tho church towards thc Knights
Labor met to dav at Baltimore. The r
sub of their deliberation* will bc nun
public ! y means of a circular addn sscd '
A great fire occurred on Hie Wh instai
in the Hornby dock wiirclioust in I.iv?
pool, lt was stocked willi coll .. an
grai.i. TiiC damage is estimated ;.' L'liMl
(Li?. Five thousand *ix hundred lade? i
cotton and 30,000 bushels of grain wei
M. LcdrainCi n Hebrew scholar, Iii -
I?! bli died in Paris thc first volume of a nc
translation of Hie Bible In French. 'Hi
volume comprises Ibo bool? Judges, tl
two books of Samuel and the ?f Ot hool; i
Kings. Thc translation will be comp] u
I in nine volumes.
! George McKinney, n print? r, was an.
el and Tocked up in Hie station house
Atlanta Saturday night, on a warran! ii"
Tennessee for a shooting scrape in di
stott-. Sunday morning al - o'cl< k i
blew his brain* out willi a p?9t0l lie li;
managed lo conceal.
Otto Heilig, a farmer at Lebanon, Pi
was shot and fatally wounded Sunday i
a 1.'year old son ot a neighbor. The Ix
was throwing stones al lb l?g * two lilt
daughters, when their father approach!
and frightened him away, lb ran jo \
hoine, procured a shot gun, returned ai
shot Mr. Heilig.
l'ivc Mormon .n.ii'runts. who wa re s<
back to England bj ibo action o? Hie Kn
gration Commission' in ?,: New York, hu
arrived in this country. They wem tak.
to Liverpool and there pla?cd on anoUi
steamer for New York. They linvoix-acn*
their destination without tartha diMlcultit
Beginnlitg on Sunday next th 'nm
.UlU Crescent route of Ha; Cincinnati, Ni
('deans and Texas Pacific .viii -tari a fi
line from Ci:.! inn it i io Jacksonville, i
ducing thc linn between Hie two cities
twenty-eight hour?. This ls for Hie acorn
uiodatlon O? the winter travol.
The poptdace of I lomb, in Upi KO' silcsi
are excited tiver a boy * vision ol Ike Btn
Virgin in thc hollow Of airee. A* ibo
sands were Hoi king to worship tho sp
and as thc police and military were uno'
to disperse the constantly increasing Huon.
tlio authorities gav?; omer! tittil ino ir. e
f el lcd anti barned, which WM dono.
A fire Al Pocahontas, Va . Timi.sd:
morning, destroyed sixteen houses, Indo,
ing two dwelling houses and several bu
ness houses. George Haber, of LynclibUf
perished In the Hames. Several other p<
sons arc missing. The lire wa? thu we
of an Incendiary, A heavy min saved 1
town. Loss $00,000. Insurant c unknow
The election in Baltimore Thursday f
mci 11 lier? of thu llrst bfanch of thc t i
Council resulted ia ?? sweeping violviy ;
the regular Democrats, who clecleJ all
Hie twenty Councilmen, one from ea
ward of thc city. The Labor railVtktii
polled a surprisingly smull vote" < \<
where they wore endorsed by Itcpubil?ni
Harry Nelson, two years old, was mle,?
from tho ahas house ai Knoxville, 1
?>> i ni m i * liaM j1 iiiii>t^iit>ixi*y?i
After a long search hie body was found in
a creek a quarter of a mile from the alms
b >usc. The child's skull liad been shat
tcred. A club near by is supposed to have
tx i n the a capon with which thc deed wa?
( ..unmittcd, r.s on one end of it was found
-onie hair corresponding to that of thc
Cardinal Jacobtnl, thc Pupal Secretary pf
State, has requested the Nuncio at Parla to
rcprcsCut t<> the French government thc
- rious cons?quences thr.t might arise from
tho adoption of a clause in thc primary
? dm allon bili ut an odious character to the
Vatican and directed against the Catholic
i lergy in Franco. The clause referred to
provides that education In the schools shall
ls; entrusted exclusively to the laity.
Thc proposal of prominent Mexicans to
i stablish Q dictc'.oi 'hip lo replace thc Presi
d? ucy Ol Mexico i- causing a great deal of
: nient. Thc Mexican papers, with few
exceptions, have lately espoused thc cause
o: dictatorship, lt is -aid that Gen. Ida/,
aspires t<> tho position. It is proposed that
tho term bc made twenty years ami that the
... bc mu ic hereditary. The next step
will bc thc establishment of a monarchy.
A state of siege ba) been proclaimed in
S ..i Tie Bulgarian Regency arc iaki?g
precaution* in anticipation of a Russian
d c(ai being attempted in Sofia during
. at Tirnova. A plot has bceii
.li-'-ovcixd to seize tho Ministers and send
them to Russia. Gen. Kaulbars bas not!
th t thc Regency that if the conspirators
Prill . Alexander Ix* punished tin
lt;:-dan government will have resort to
Thomas L. Miller, a promiucnt tobacco
dealer at Stephonj ort, Ky., was found dead
in 1? d ut a hotel in Louisville, with a hor
rible wound just over the eye lie bad
liten out seeing tho town till au curly hour.
au?! 'laving money he fell Into the hands of
bail ch natters, who g. ? him into a game id
cards and then knocked him on thc head.
lb ?rol to the hotel and went to bcd, and
died during the night.
i ero are no new developments in the
Adams Express robbery. Thc report that
Mi s-miger Fotheringham bad confessed is
without foundation. The Kxpress otliclals
are working on thc theory that the messen
_i! story was true. The latter has not
bc? a arrested or placed uudcr surveillance,
I but of hi- own accord ls in constant com
me. !<; bon w ith the oftlccrs of thc com
I ry. who have the casein hand, andas
-?-. ni: them as much ns possible.
The canning business has grown to cnor
l , ... proportions, Maryland and California
taking the lead. Thc total for Maryland
comprises 1<V},000.000 cans per annum, a
sim 1? . : iblishmcut in Frederick City put
lin up? of ...rn alone 2?5,?KV?,OOO causa
vcr. tither Southern States have only
hiUi'i'ly gone into the busbies-?. Aiound
New Orleaii" lioth in Louisiana and Mis
sis Ippl, fl number of canneries arc shipping
I North and West a large number of thc dell
I rucies, oysters, -luimp, preserved oranges
and ?imitai prt ducts o? that region,
Inspei tor Bj mes, of New York, having
I been advised by the |x>lico of other cities,
including Boston, Philadelphia and even
Chid,:: >', that i roOks were leaving for New
Y . 1; t . . ike ti hand in the statue of liberty
I celebration, spread hi*- net la?t night to
h them as tiicy came. Detectives were
'. med at thc fen les, railroad stations and
hotels, villi orders to arrest every thief or
habitual crook that they might lind, and
vere SCUl OUt to search thc street
asid divi Tho result was prolific, and
i :;.. headquarters gave up Its motley crew
i.; - un ii ?lng boforolho conn-.
i Tin1 ICinju tor ul Russia iMIim i? Krr.U \>t.lrr?.?
I .i M? \ I III y nu J Aa\ v .
Sr. PKTI.HSM ISO, October SC.-Thc
( tar has Issued an order of tho day to tho
1 tuny anti navy in connection with tin
newly erected monument in memory ol
thc Russo-Turklsh war. lt roads as fob
'.May Ibis memorial ol the Russo-Turk
li-'n war be alway-a nu menlo of the self
I denial and horoisui of lite warriors, who,
v '. li llod - lu lp, covered Ibo Russian 11:iir
natue with fresh glory. On titi? festal
' y ? address myself to you, Commander?,
:..!inh>K onlecrs, soldiers and sailor?, my
.ju*!.?nt army, and heroic licet, to tell you
;h.ii I uu*i t-> your unswerving devotion.
?? iu am proud of your deeds ot glory. In
? illina ii nilli tho whole of Russia, 1 re
iiieiubol with heartfelt gratitude your di
de, .?.-hcd services lo ihe throne of tin
fatherland. May these memories l?c a
[>li Ige of tho conviction shared by myself
:;!id the whole ot Russia, that in all thc
ire rials, which by Cod"- providence
111 ry ' i-it Russia, the "anny and fleet will
ever maintain that lofty standard of
martini heroism mid unfading glory which
anccsti t- attained, and winch bas IKX-H
worthily upheld and advanced beforo our
Mlil ('let eland'* Moftar.lttC Trou Mr*.
li ls rciKuted that Miss ROM- Elizabeth
* .. i. n i. tho President's sister, has left
the cd I toi lal ?hair of iMwary Life, and
that lawsuits for damages for violation of
? M.trail are to follow. Kider, the pub
lisher, ls reported lo have threatened, in
thc event of Miss ('loveland bringing suit,
10 make public all of her private corres,
pondence and summon to tho witness stand
III def? ncc Pi sklent Cleveland and all thc
members of thc Cleveland family.
The trouble it appears was caused by
M bs Cleveland's donia ud for a larger share
ol llii Ihianciul profus of Literary l ife,
which have risen from next to nothing to
n very liaudsomo figure. Kider proposes
i'? x i-it Miss Cleveland at Holland Patent
?< I her to moderate her demands. He
?pi ko very pleasantly about her, and dc
I ;.. lay that MISS Cleveland had yet
11 ft thc magazine, but intimated that it was
among the probabilities, lie said: 'The
I with Miss Cleveland expired virtu
ally in October, lt wa- for live year-, but it
Wfl.IraWll thai either party was at lil)
crt,\ to suggest modifications of it at thc
. nd of four months. The four montlu ex.
pin d ( tctoher I. and Mb- Cleveland wanted
a hu ei Interest, ii half, in tho publication
and un Increase of about $'!uo per month.
Thus far the contract hus been faithfully
carried oui on both ?ides."
-? ? .?
LONDON, October20.-- Tho details have
bc? i received of tho massacre of native
( ii Istiuni of l g uida, Africa, by order of
King Malanga. The massacre Ix-gau in
Juno and wa- directly due lo thc refusal of
a Christian lad, acting as the King's pago,
i . Commit an abominable crime. Many
. liri linns were tortured, mutilated and
speared, and 112 wen burnt alive together.
'I lie appeal? of the missionaries for lite
cessation of atrocities were unavailing.
The fate ol llicso unfortunates did not
wcrvo thc candidates for baptism, and
within a week uftir the massacres manx
natives were bapli/cd at their own desire.
Leaflets containing extract- from tho script
mc, prayer- and hymns in l ganda language
are freely bought by thc pSOplo, although
Hu ir [lossesstoil involves thc danger of
punishment. The diary of Bishop lian
lllngton, who was i nit lo death by lue King,
will soon bc published hi London. It is a
thrilling and pathetic narrative of bil OX
perlencc hi l ganda up to thc day of his
A ( lear lldad aod a SlrouR llrart.
if yon muddlo your braius with any
of tho whiskey compounds which arc
?old uudcr thc namo of "bitters," and
which toper? delight in for stimulants,
you do your system irreproachable mis
chief. Brown's Iron Bittors is not one
of thone. It promotes healthy action of
the heart, liver and stomach. It cleanses
and enriches the blood, and tibs the brain
for tho beat mental work. Tho best
physician proscribo it, and it hi well
worthy of a trial by all. *
BB IC ? BB AC.
Doth Corydon hi? Phillis fair await
Ron oath tb- .noon.
Or swing with her upon thc garden gate
And sweetly spoon;
For when thc forest lewes begin to turn,
Apart from all turmoil.
They sit within the parlor snuff and burn
The old man's coal and oft,
A nod thing -A boy iu church.
A non est man-A Chic ago policeman.
The nights and mornings uro qutlc chilly
Parrot shirts for little '.? ?ya aie novelties.
To know how to wait la a great secret ol
Politeness lo Inferiors ls n debt duct?
.Thc latest thing in panlaloous-Th( luau
who gojs up last.
A murderer on the scaffold i- always
A hutton is one of Ihose ev? nts that are
always coming otf.
An orange plush has a quiet, tuned dow n
silver ray silk strip.? h, ?,
Tiuk maercne bustles ure to be worn
with very ihiu ball dresses.
The latest fashion ill trouser- i- lo melt I
dude aud pour him iu hot.
Thirteen is an unlucky UUIUbcr fi I
man to have iu his family.
.Airs well that i nd- swell," a- the - ail .
said when the wind went down.
A QUbStidOOt-The man who Ulk< -
place of another in a brass band,
A whole squirrel and a full sized owl nr<
types of the tow autumn bouiu ts.
It I* brutal to div:.eh au oyster with vic
gar or pepper sauce.
He ls a fool who Indulges to excess either
in rating or drinking. *
Peace at a dinner table assists ill
angry words stir up bile.
The tinkle of tho dinner ' - ll ls a pleas
anter sound than the blare of thc li illili .
"She sloops to conquer" does not anni}
to a woman when she sees a mouse.
People are not sunburnt or tanned : -
a-days; they acquire n "Raphael tint."
A gilt earpet bag, symbolical of "y<
olden times." ts ti now match recepta le,
A natty hort of gilt with bill ? ! c
iugs hold- "pins and needles an ? things,
"Man want- bul little car below" wai
written 1? fue the telephone was Invi nted
Blessed i? the man that has no t her mom-1
etcr. for he shall never know how cold hois
If jon would liol have alli ietion vlsii y< .
twi<e. listen at once to what ll teaches
Persecution is often the w ind that seat
tera Ibo good seed of thc kingdom.
Meek humility wears a gauze robe, cov I
or I ug but not concealing it^ deformity.
Praise your housececper for her sm
fu! dishes and regard her failures !. niei Hy
Mon talk a groat deal about cxci I
their judgments, win n it is their pr*
they exercise tllC 1110 '
A Chicago woman is suing for a divorc*
from two husband? at the sam< lime. Sh
will give the others one more tri;'!.
lt is a remarkable fact thal not on';
tin political panics has darell lo Inser? ti
base bull plank In its platform.
Woman- capacity i'>r government i
shown in tho fn<*t ilia* nearly .> DOO woinen
hold ofUciul posh ions In Cn .-land.
No sea serpent- have I ten seen at the
Congaree brid;:, thus lal tai* s<-a- !
Cainpagno hus not got its work tn ht re ; i
To wish to do without oUr fellows m 1
to be under obligations t<> no ono is ti surd
sigh of a smii void ul i>< ustbility.
Il is good discretion not lo mal; inttcl
of any man nt first, because ene cannot
hold out that proportion.
Nature is a great physician. Dou'i 1
afraid t.. trust her: she looks cen fully aftei
thc interest of her pain nt - stomach.'
"Thc city inns! put it- foot down on such
corni pt ion?1' shrieks nu excited editor.
Hui it can't, you know. Corporations have
Thc edit. ' ol ti prominent religious week
ly I? moved *.o bay Unit ?ii lin > ase of fuh?i
cures both tho di ea* und the cure ari in
Wagner, the musician, wiuj chielly rc
sixmsfolc for Ibo in.:''.! i ? ol Kin. Ludwig.
Hut tho taint was in his blood and oiuy
needed an evil genius lo develop it.
Let Bli individual have whatever he i ills
for tt> cat. it i- not he who craves lt hilt
nature, ami she will not permit him
A few tenspoonsful of soup, p --e-diiL
body, taken ou an . inply stoma 'li
tone and prepares ii lo receive io . ,-:..'.!
mote substantial food.
lu tho progress **f civilisation Hie frj In
pan disappeared willi ihc adveni oi Hi
gridiron; which, in turn, has boen i|
soded hy thc wiro '. ?"il' ..
A drop or two of lemon Juice an?! ? dash
of cayenne on nu oyster may I?.- (olerated,
but it ls best eaten directly from tho shell,
llavored with it- own juice.
Emltosscd white card?, with crest i :
motto in tie? lett hand corner in tili aro
something quite new in hall Invitation for
lin's w Inter.
The ?Supervisor has opened his books for
registration of voters who have changrd
residence, lost their certificates, or como of
age since the last election.
Life has no wretchedness equal lo n i;l
sorted marriage-ll is the sepulchre of tho
hear: haunted by ghosts of lost affections
and hopes gone ton vcr.
lt may bo that luck goes Up mit) dow ti
the world, calling on men and women. Iitit
the name has liccii spelled pluck Oil all lier
canis that have come und ?r our eye.
Som?: jK'ople arc telling what a lucky
mail thc young Governor of Maryland l?;
anti yet ho himself says that his only In
heritance was tho gout. 1 lc has just mai
ried and taken the usual u'sk-.
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experienced and accomplished teachers,
The building ls lighted with mis, warmed
with the best wrought-iron Iunia.a/s. Ii;i
hot and eoltl water baths, ami flrat-Clat-H
appointments ns a Boarding School lu
every res|ieot-no school in tue ooutli lu
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