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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. b'A PUKDAY. APRIL .2,1850. NO. 149 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. FUliLLSHED EVERY SATURDAY BY - MEEK &. MADERO. Fonrtli Street, Batweeu Fremont and Allen sUltsLKirilo Kills: One year. U 00 bix mouths 'I 50 Delivered by :urrier to any pailul tbii ciiy iur db cuius pur inuuiii. ' 0PPI01AL DIEilCTOM. Ttr.ItlTi:i VL OFUCtW Governor l-.fc.VVl3 VVuLfrLliY. Seoielary -N. O. AJuKfiiY. Auditor IHOMAS llUliiliS. A uiu y re-ierai i,L.iKii ClIUKCmi.U barvcy.r G -uerai KuVai. A. JuilNtON. Tieasuna J. V'. i. SMiiil. Superintendent ol PuUlic Instruction G. V. ClIbl.sKY. Delegate 10 Congress -J. A. SMITH. Sup niueudeut ol i'erriiorial prison J H. Beiian. siritmiE voiiut Chief Justice AMts H. Wkiuht. Associate JusUees . ti. KluOcY, R. E. Sloan. DlsTltlCT COUItT First Judicial District R K Sloan. Second Judicial uislrici J. ti. i.imiEY. Tiiinl judicial District . li. WKiuar. uxireu sT.tr oeficeus United states .vlarstiai vV K.. AIbade. United olau-s Attorney H R. tFfUKDS. rilCsIM LlMI J-'i'IC Register ilE Bait r tJKJiVN. Receiver C. K. UaaKo. ' turon ovficeiu Tucson J. B. rlMtii.aros. rjill.U.li rl.v-AUfr.NTER. Noaico J. al. vVilso.m. cou.vi-v ofkiceics Supervisors ri. a. Cowman, Ch lirman, anu OllN Ajo.SIoJitHKY. and 1. . WlilTK, Alem ers. S.ien.t H. 3Luart:R. Under S icn 1 ii. A haituck. rc-wirer A. P. lc .LMsl'K. Re..jrjer iV. t. tJKAULUY. Uistna vtiuuuy W. ti. iitlwell. ProjaicjaJe ii- K. duNic. Cieriv Usiuci Co art v. tl. EMANUfeL." Suiveyoi rl. J. tio-WE. Assessor N. a. Gillam. M lyor Cn.VKLiis .n. l'lionl is. duel ol r'oi.e l). vV. li nJK. IVeasarer 'JlliVKk lKh.vn.Ll an. Laiy vuorney G. V Jiw.u.n. Aujuoraiid iiecoider r Hawke. k-Uy .ljj .r J . C Vi-i.-K. v,uaiiu.i.iieu rirsi VVa.d. V. 1J ikvmjou; Sec ond .Virl, 1 AMrui.L; 1' .ird a.d. Jos. LlfFr.it l, fourth Ward. Jo. in Pki.nuuiIi.ll. Kl C S i.3.Ai 1 LJJQE Hi. 5. F & A. M. M ElS IriE l'rliKu MlUK day in each uo.iili.it Masonic lil:. Aa Visi.ing B.oih rsingooe' saiuuiiig; are invited lo attend. Special ni-ei- " 11 L 11 U1C 11 13 11". '11 11 Ull 111 .A CllAS. JM.lH, VV. M. A. L. Gkow. Sec R. A. M. STTED AliicTlNGs ON THE third VV jnesdayot each in.inth in .M.i oiuc ll.uL Notice ot &ue.ial meciiiK's by uoi uiij special lla. Sojoariiuig Oo.u pauion -ord.ally invited. -VUJLPil Coiin, H. P. F. L. M'ijke, Secreyiiy. A3IZJ.U LJJC Nj. 4. K. OF P. , rC REGG LAK CONVENTION (l -??jp .very Al Jiid ty even.i in Al is jiuc ria I. bjs) Visid.ig Km, nu in go.d -jlanding are cordially luvited Geo. J. Myers. C. C. W. D. MONMONIkK Is., ol R. and a. WA3Hi;lJrj.l 3A.VI? .-iD. I, P. 0. S. OF A. -? KEJUL.AK MEETINGS OF '""VJyg! this camp Hie rirat and nurd Kn i2f days ot exch uioiuh, in Al-S-iiic Hilu .luUe ul special meetings i lioistm thi tiag. G E.'Koulek, President. BJR JSIDE POST, C. A. R. REGULAK AIEETInGs OF THE POST will oe held on tue second and .ouilh Wedn.a days ol eai-h m u h in Masonic Han. Noulc Oi special iiieeungs i,iven by tioiii.ng the Po.-.i flas. j H. t .amhhki.l. P C TJ aJTJ.JETfPJlRiPHIJALU.-JIO.J N . 197. - . -. . i- - i?i n r w'llvt.i.V 1 v! I . A ( 1 1 VJL month, at 3oc1jcK n. in J. I. .vIAUcKO. secretary. PROFESSIONAL OARDS Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory Uillce: iJli bVeimiut "Strcei, Opposite City H WILLIAM HBKKING. HOWARD F HERRING. llblitltlNti & II Kit Hi. Mi, A' TfOKMEYa AMU COUMSELORS AT Lav, T jannui street, l onibolone, Ariz. 7 WM. C. STAEHLE, . ATl'iR'JEY A n'D COUVSEl.Os AT L nv. O fi w vile 1 street, bet eeit Foar.h an I ifh. T i a Me, A izon 1. W. II. STILWELL, A TTJRVEY AND COUNSELOR AT Iviw, Fourth street, Tombs 3 ne. A, T. ixuiixik-i vjr. an irtjj TNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL Surveyor. Tombstone, Arizona. Member "the Aucriin Institute of Mining Engineers. Attention iven to the care of mines lor non ciident owneri and corporations. 1 be best of MeiBice gives Correspondence solicited. Notice for Publication. (Homestead App'icttion No ) Land Office a i I yeso, Ak zona, 1 Ma ch f, i8co. ( Notice is hrrebv tyven thit ttie follow named sct'lcr lia- filed no of his iniention to mke fmal proof in support "1 his claim, and tliat said rvj vi 1 1 e m 'e t foi-11 Hegi ter and Keieiveroi the U. S. Land Office at Tuc son, Arizona, on Apiil 2t, iHx. viz , Ge-ige VV Bryan, ot Be) s n, Arizona, for ihe ShJJ' ol ea 9, I p. 17 s,, R 20 E. H.- n lines tli- f illowmg witie:ses to prove hi 0'itii.ucus res d. nee upon and cul i'.'t'on f id lai il viz: Vil.nv OhneS' rgen. Au tin N. Gr'.y. H. (jtriv.in and YVlliun Ca.lahun, ah 01 B.-i.son A z HERBERT ROVW, Register. First publ'uati. n, Ala-ch is, 1890 Notice for Pub icition. (Homestead Application Nc 220.) Land Ofmcc at Tucson. Arizona, 1 Mar h S 1B90 ) Notice is hen bygiven that ihe f .'lowii g ramerl s- ttlrr Ins ftltd n-lice ol l i-'in -n i. n t male fi ml p ool in sin p it of his 1 im, a' d that s id jiroof will be mai hrfo e the Re itir mid R ceivrrt ihe U. "5 1-and O Tue at Tuj on .n'ona 01 Apr I si, 1890. viz.. VV-ll am Ot lahin. of B nrn Arizona, tor ti e SL ol Sic. 3. I p. 17 S., R 20 E He .nam S ih- loToing wi'npss -s to prove I isconimu u. rtsid-i,c- up .n and cult v tion .l S'H land viz: VVilliim Ohne o-tt-n, H. G-r-weii, Autn v.. Gray, o. W B yan, allot Ben-on, Aiioa. HERBERT BrCOWN. Register. First publication M4n.l1 15 iFgo. Notice for Pub icaiion. (Homestead App'icuion No. 239.) LaNU OFFiCK AT TUCaON, ARIZONA, 1 Ma'cti , 1-90. J Notice i hereby given thai the loiLwmg named -eti'er 1ns hied notice of his imemion to mill, tlnil nr.'nf in 'linntirt of his cl 11111. an th.it said ptool will be nude 1 ef' ic 'he Krgi-ter . IT t .J Hit . 1 . .n ana ivegijieroi ine u. o. L.111H omvc ai mt- enn An. Mil nn Ant-il m IPis iit Willi. Ill Oh ies iL'en. of B lis n. A izona. for ihe SWJi' ol Se.-. 2, Tp. 17 5. K. 20 E. He nacnt-s the loiiowina witnesfes to prove his rnntinu ns risidt?n e u on nd cuhivation f vai.l Ifjfl vit H nrwifn uslin .V. (Jr.iv G V. B y.m and V ul am Callahan, all ol LSjnson, Aitz nx HERBERT BROWV, Register. Fi'St puMiciiiiM March 15, 1890. Not C3 for Publication. (Hom:sinad Aj.ip'.ica ion No. 728.) Land uffh e at 1 uc un. amzona. 1 Kebraary 13, 18,0 1 I. John J HuffikT. 'f Ires Alamos who mde Home tead Api l;cvtion No. ;:S for th- a of h or m c ?2, I p. 15 S , R. 10 fc. , 10 h rebv 1 : 1 otii e ol niv in emion t ina e 'in.. I .u of 10 est llsh ny c'aim 10 the la d iluiv-r-rii.s -r'he.1. mi.iI tli-it I expect lo D'ove niv r-iil 'iice nd lu'iivi inn Ik lore the R ui-ier and cceivei ot the U. S Lird Offii e at 1 uc- s .1 Ariz ra. on the 7t" of - r.l 1890. by two f ihe ful oui -g viti es-e.: J V Calkins. V'm Skintic 1 .. ichn I. A Icn and T. I. vt hue. allot Tri s Aianio, r'zor.a HwiiE'T Brown Register. First pu'tlieai.o . A, ril 12. 1890 P-iOPOSAL1 FO ARMY IRA'P R tatiou. .ie.idquiru rj epartnenn f Ar izjna. O lice In iji.ri rinast r, L- s Angeles, Ci. Al nth 17 19 . --.d j pro, Osa's. wi.l i.c Irene 1 at ihta oilic; umlii u'cioi.k. a. ni . THJK D VY, Apui 17 U90 and op. tied 1111 uicriaiely ther iur n he p.esin e -f i.idd.n 1 it Cransp rtati. n. by wfco'i.tot iniiU.-rt pies flu i n;Tne ri carydr . hd ng jO, i3 j , on ut-s 111 ihe U-pirtnieut i l Ariz in. a, I '.Ilia s Kt'UTi-. o 1. r 0111 any S'aton o the A'lai.tij .1 u P.iCific, ir Piesuitt and Ar i.O'ia ent.al R iilr. art 'o Hot e de. A. 1. Uoutk No. j From Pnci.ix. A T . to Kori Mclixell A 1. R.i tk No. 3 From B i; lauon, A. T., to l-ort B vvic, . I . KuUTE So. 4. fioni Howie t ati.,11. or Willi ox, A. T , to Kon Tho ims and San '"..rlu, A. T , an 1 from F ir I h 111 is to a 1 Carlos, A 'I . Kour.i o 5. K.-m Wilox A. I , to Hon Gra t, A. I. ROUTE No. 6 Ftom H-lb o ik, A T., to Fort .-iparh , A. T. "OUTU o 7 T.m IU.-ON. A. T. to Fort I ovill, A T. koutk No. S. - From hmciuca Mation, A. ,1., t.. Fori Hatchuii, A. T. i- OUTE No. 9 -From any -ta ion on . i'. & s F. R. k. to Kbit -taiiion. . M. UOUTK No. to From vVatrous, N Al., to Foil Union N M. Rutm. o 11 F cm VVin atcsttii n, N. M., 10 Fort Vin,ate N. M. RnUTF. No. 12 From Mlv r Uy. N. M.. to Kort Bayairt, N M. KouTE No. 13. From Railroad Slat on at Sinn Ke, N. w . to Fott M.ircy, N. Al. pec itic.it oils, gencal instr cti ms 10 bidders and blank tonus o' pr i osal will N; furnijhed on ap p ication to ihis ffi e, or to the Assistant Quar-t-rmaatrrat I uc-on. A. P.. r Sima Fe, N. Al, A a. KIdBALL, Qattermaster U. S. A., Chiel Qjarierni.iaier. PROPOSALS FOR FUEL, FORAGE & tr w Hwdq ia'ters 1 'ep .rtnient I A -it.nn, Offi;e 01 the Lhiei Quartern. aster Lo rtng'le.s, Cal., Aliirch 22, i8jj. se ned propo sals wi 1 tie rece Vei at m s ffiee. an 1 at ihe office f the Q 1 irtemMs'ers al each of the sta ll ..nu below 1 ained, until 11 o'cock, a m . on Iji,day, April 22, 1890, and opei.ed immedi ately tiiereiltcr in he presence of bidders for ills mrnUh ng and d livery of luel for ge and straw, iluiini ihe fiscal jear ending un-35. 191, at military sUtion in the Ufpirtment 01 Arizona a- o lows: torts Apache, B .w e, Grant. HuacLuci, L iwcll, Moj v. Th m is an 1 Ver te. and San Carlos, Whipple Birrae. s, ar.d Tucon A. T., Lo? neies and San Uiegc iUrracks, Cal.. and F.-rts Biytrd, Stan 011, Uni n and Wiagate, aid Sinti Fe, v. VI. Prcierenc2 given 10 artiees of domestic prodnc ti nanl mnu-ict rs, cond lions of pice nd qu lny bting eq ial, and sui h pr fe'e ne uiven to aniens j Aiiiencan 1 ro Juction and manu-factu-e p-odnced on the P'l.Hic Coast t the ex tent of ihe c Hisumpt on r. q.nr d ty thi pu li j erviee ihere Pro,) isais Iur eiihe: cla S ot the supp ie ni ntoneJ or for quintties 1 ss than the "hole iei iirn, or lor deliv-ry of the sup ples ul p unts other than ih -e abovr n imeu will be en ename 1. Spe;fi :itions, gene ai m stru 'ions to bi Iders and blank lorms of pmpo sil will lie lu- 1 hel onapjl ci'ionio this rffke, or to ne Q ar erm 4St-rs ai nny o" thi s uinu named abv-. A S KIAIUA .L, ijiinermas ler U. S Army. 1 h'C Q iarn nnast r. PROPOSAI -S FOR BEKF AND MUT TON HraJqmtte s UepJitn-ent ot Arizona, uirice Chi- f C- inn i-sar ol Subs.st- nee. l.os Aiiiieles, al., March 18, j8i,o. Scaled pro. o Sils in t i lica'e, s-u j-:ct to theusual coniidons, aiII e receiv-d at tins offic ai.d at t e officer 01 ih- i t ni: Comuii-sirits of Su.-s sten;e ai the o lowing na i.ed posts until 12 o'clock, no n, on Monda, Ap il 21 169-j, and tfn 11 open d in ih; ( rea-nce 1 bddeis lor fu'iii Wsl and de.iver ng .-Ui li q lantli esol Froli Bcei ni.Mu ion, on t ic b!oK, as 111 v from lime 10 lime b rec.uireil at Mn Dig' Burcks, al . Fons Ap.che, Kjwie i'ant. Hmc'iuc-, Lo 1, McUoAell, Atojive, Thomas i.nd Verci ; San Carles and VMi pnl B rrac's, A izon,.; .md at torts t'aard, AI rev, -tlde i, Suii'on, "111 m and Wmj;ale. ew Mixco ir ni July 1. 1890, to I uic 30 189 (. Contracts mad und r Una aav rtiseinentsi.il not be lonsnuel to in vo.ve fie Unit d St a. s ii any OL.lig.Hion lor piment nijj.xcess of appropriiti n granted b Congress lor the ; Urpo-e. Preference will b given to articles of dnnistn: D oduct o i. Ihe. G jve n ntnt reierves ti e ripht o r. je t any anu al iropoaK Full in'brmiton "ill be fur-nith-il on app'icntijn to eith r Of the above named offices. Enve opes-cor t ining propo-ai should be narked "Proposal, for Kreih Beet and vluiton," or for 'Fresh Betl only," (as the rase may bel at , and adlressed to thr A C S.,ffthe pst lid for. or 10 ihe under fign'd. VV. A. ELDEkKIN, M?jor and C. ,S , n. S. Army. Ch el C. S., Department of Arizona, Los Aagcles, Cal. More and Larger Prizes thn in ! any Utner Liottery. Montana Stats Lottery! Company. Tire' authorize!! by t' e Losis'ature, Au-nst, 1S37; has Ocen iloin business ever s nee. It drawings ta e place every month in tVe va , and are alvravs held in public at the Turner s Thea ter. Iiutte, Montana. KAM U KnitTilKER YEVHS for integrity of its dr wings and prompt 1 aynient of lis prizes. GRAND MONillLY DRAWINGS At the Turners Theater, B .tte, Moi.tani, eve 3 nioi.th, as f 11 ws: 1890 Oass , .1 nuarv 18th CLiss 0, July 19th Cl i-s D, FchriKirj' 15th Cla,s 11, Au,'"-t lOfi CassC, 'a-chl6th Class I. September 3th Clas T. AprT IDth Class K, O-tobe 18ih Clas E, May 17 h illas. L, Nov mli r 15th Clas F, June 21st C M. December 2Dth Capital Priz3, $15,000.00 7d,000 Tickets at $1 Each, $76,000. No Fractions. LISl OF PRIZES: 1 Prize of 15,000 is - - 1 " 10.0 0 is - 1 " 5,000 is 200 Prizes of.... 50a e - 30 ' 25are 3 0S1 " .... 2.00a e - $15,000.00 10,010.03 5,00 .00 10,000.03 7,50 1.0J 7,702.59 S35,202.50 3.5S4 Prizes, anvutitiiijr to AGENTS WANTED! Tor Club H tes or any further info inat'on, ad dress J. J. JACOBS, BUTTE. MONTANA, or J, J. JACOBS, Helena, Montana. ItEM.CViB-Ttth'ittnereis a sxuirar.tee of .10D 0"0 tha c ery priz will he paid in full; and ihat Sl.03 s t c i rice o a w h 'le Ticket and that one Ticket tan dra the whole of anv prz . IMPORTANT! B i.v Tic' ets f-om Lott- ry Agents gi nerally, or Re mil by Post 1 N it , hxpress, Mon y Order or B .nk Exchange, or express, at u j expense for $5.00 or over. A dress in2 J, J, JACOBS, Bjtte, Mont. GRAND LOTTERY OF JUAREZ. Unfertile mamgiiuent. of ihe II xirati I. lei ii .flu. ul limil.iiiz Cmiiiiaiii , CD icss.onaircs. Iucorporatea by the State of Chi huahua. JKx eo. t or 'lirliilil' Pnrii'r. GRAND MONTHLY ORAWING WiT ta' e p.aee in fuulieat tneCity of Ju;uez (for me, ly Pa d 1 Norte), Mexico, v. i:i.vt;suAY, aimcil sail, iso, . Untl r the , ersoiul sup rv.sion of O ia.r.'l John i. .Mosbv and Mr. Ca.milo Aeocelles, the f riner a n ileinan of sUiTh rotniuence in the U it ii Salutes that his esencj a one is uili ient guarantee to the Pub l.e ih t ihj drawings will be hel it . striU nonoty and fairness t" all. a " ihe latter (he Su ervisoio. tn- Mei an Gaienonent) is ol equal staudi g and iiitc0T ty. CAPITAL PRIZE, $60,000 onsj- o,OjaTIclieis. inily gj.ooo Tio.tcts. lio!c'iU:uls, sj4s Half Ticket, yi; t.ir Ur TJIicels. SSI. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Prize of 6CD.0 .0 is $31,000 1 1'r.ze o 10,003 i 10,0 j0 1 Prize of 5.0J0 is 5,003 3 Prizes . f 1,003 each are 3,001 lOPr.ZL-sof 20eicha.e 2,030 50 izesof 10)eiehare 5,030 100 Pr.z of 59 each are 5 0.1 2501'r.zesof SJiajnare 7,5.0 Approximation rrlzcs. 10)P.-ize3of SoO a li.nu $5,03 100 Prizes ot SO i c l are 3303 100 1'rz.sof 25 a c i are 2,503 IV.iiiliial I'rizes , - ysi i it m-s-ro srojouj i-nze ?-Li .acii are..-rii,yso 599 1 eruiina a to il0,03 1 Pnzj of -13 ea;h ire. 5 i 1,9 i Pr.zes, amnuiit.ng to Slii.inO VV ,t c un ers.i;ned, hereby eert fy that the B meo a -l n.il, of 3lex.c i, i.i t.hi.iuah , as o i tiepo-it from tne M.xican Inicrnatiomi I'ankinjr C m, a y, llu neic ary n nils to gu.ua1 tee l lie i.iment o all th priz s drawn .11 th (ir.iml Lollcry olMu ir?. We tuitl.er certify that we will suj.eiv.se all th ar rangements, and in persju manure a deon rol all the . lawinjrs of this Lottery, n.l that the (-am .nee.iti iln. till Wit.i hn.iesty, lainie-s, and in joud faith tj waras a.l parties. Jons s Mossy, ConnnissiGner. CaIIIL'I Acouklles, Sap rvisir lor the Govcrnnic t. If any ticket ilrawi g a rize is cent to Ii un le--sine I, its face value will be collected and r u.itod to tne ownc thereof free of charge. EuiAR B. Bitoxsox, President El Pas National bank, E. t'aso Tex. AGiAT.S MA.VTKI). For club ra e , or any other i formation, write to the undcrsyue i, stating your aildres ilear.v, w tl. Stite, iou ty, str c and n mber. More rapid mail li- ivcry will he assure I by your enclos.ngan enwlop.: beaiii.g your lull aililress. Me.ic.x I.nterxational Bankixo Co , City of Juarez, Mexico. ximo:. Send remittances for ticstts by ordinary letter, rontaiain.' .Mo cy Order, issueil by all Express Coin pan e-, New York Exchan c. Bcnk Diaft or Pos.nl -Note. Adjre-sall icji te ci Kt'ers'o " JlEXICAX INTERN ITIOXAL B IXKIXO Co , City of Juarez, Mcx co. -S. H. DRACHMAN, Genl .Ag-.. ' u..-on. A.T. Summons. In the District Com t, First Judicial District of the Te ritory ot Arizona, in and for the county f ' ocluse hn S. AIcLeod, plaintiff, vs. Belle McLeod, defendnnt. Ac:on brought in Ihe District Court '.f the Fii-t Jubcid D. strict of the T'errit Ty of .A n zon, in and fcr the county of Cochise, and tm compaint f led in tl.e stid county of CcchUe, in 'he i tfice of ih C'trk ol said District C- u t. The Ternti.ry of Arizona sends greeting to Bell MoLejd, defendint. You at- tun-by required toappsir in an ac tion brought aga nst i ou b ti e abo e nam d pUintff in the District Court of the First Judi- nl ' Mstrict ot thr; Territory of Arizoni, in and for the county of Uoc'use, and to answer the conipliint lild therein ui thin ten days('.xclu sive of tTe day of service) after the service on ynu of this summons (if scved wrhin th s ounti,or if served out of this coun y, but in this disinct, within twenty daS, oth rv'i-e with in t nriy divs), orjjdginent by delault will be tai-en Jainst you -ccording to the prayer ol said complaint. I e s.u acbon is brrught to obtain a decree of divo c- and a dtssoiu i in from the bonds ul nut imony now existing betueen the pliintiff and th- defend nt. s l.l ll Ul ( I of the Disi Seal, dici il lJisti (, J zona, in a Giv n under mi hand a"d the seal of the District Court o' the Hr.-l Ju- EAL. dici il Uistnct of ihe T erri ot of .An- and for the co intv of Co- chi-e, ihis loth day of M irch, in the ye-iro ur' Lord one thousmd eight hundred and inrty. A. H. EMANUEL, 3 15 C f rk. The City of Tombstone, through its corporate author ity, hereby offers a reward of One Hundred Dollars (100) for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons found tampering with any of the mains or pipes of the city water works. PILES! PILES! IT0HING PILES! SYMiTOMS. - v oistu-e; intense itchmg air stinging; m st at myht; wcrse by scratch rg. If nil AVi.i Ij continue lumors lorni, which often b! '-d and u cerate, beroming verv soie. .mvaynk's Ginine stops the itching and blseding, heals ul eration, and in most cases removes ihe inmois. At firniriTitc nrhv mnil for so cents. Dr. awayne & Son, PniUdelp hia. j REWARD MY SUMMER WALK. Tlio shadow on Hip meadow's brrast Is not mon-calm than my repci. As KU'p by step I am lHi guest Cf every living thins that Krows. -Iloratlo Nelson Powers. BARREN HONORS. ISj mother wai? left early a widow. itb Cvo rhildron. oil girls We inherited notl:i;is"Irotn our well bom atirestoi-s -avn well foracd noses, white hands, and low. cultivated voices My notlicr was a proud and courageous woman So srawe was money with us t hat we early learned to rise from a daintily served din itcr-fiiolly linnyry. and d urn and n-darn our .spotlessly clean though simple dresses Voor inother. hers was a stern rule, but I thin!; of the long hours during which she played tho part of housekeeper, rl""r.ii:ss at sl seamstress, and marvel at her strength of njind and body When i was 17 1 was invited to spend a few months vtith our lather's.cousin. a "rs Dcauuiont. who lived in great stylo in London She was that most selfish of bcin-s. a .hypochondriac That I might do her some credit. Mrs Dcaumont or dered a suitable outfit for tne. and fine clothes and good food soon transformed me I rum a pale, stooping, dark eyed strip of a girl into a tall, upright, handsome young woman She was too hopelessly Gutik in self to observe tho change, and it was not until her favorite nephew camo on his annual visit that the admiration which his young face tt:o plainly showed opened her eyes to tho fact that I was a penniless beauty, tho most dangerous thing in England, where men and women are seldom given in marriage, but often bought and sold A scene was troublesome, therefore my hostess contented herself with declaring herself worse, and ordering her doctor to prescribe sea air Jack Ceaumont was requested to accompany her to tho Islo of Wight, and 1 was packed off homo. I shall never forget mother's start oi sur prise when she saw tho change in my f.p pearance All that evening she remained very thought f il. and I began to fear that my unexpected return was hardly wel come, until iwi'days later, when with her sweetest smile the informed mo that I was to put oi: Due of my most becoming dresses and behave mr prettiest, as sho expected an ol-.i fric.d to luncheon. My younger sisters were ordered off to partako of a cold dinner in tho schoolroosi. and niv mother and 1 awaited Lord Silurian in the drawing room. I know him to be one cf the oldest, as to title, of England's peers, and I heard a whisper that mamma might ha; been his countess had her youthful beauty been made more attract ive by the hundred thousands of pound3 sterling which the lady that he eventually married had brought him Lie came a grim faced, stiff old gentle man, who put on a double eyeglass and scanned mo closely A glance of niutua intelligence passed between matnma and Us lordship, which did not lend to put mo at my easo However. 1 smiled and talked as well as I could, with a beatin lifart After luncheon I was ordered o:f for a walk with the others, and that even ing 1:17 mother kissed me. saying "Lord Silurian will lrh: Lis son.' L6rOrreIn2a. to call on Wednesday " There was somo Miing i:i her look and tone that sent mo to my bed with a "sudden sinking" of heart What need to dwell on tho wretched details of tho next few weeks. Lord Trenton came, saw and. as it eventually proved, conquered 1 thought him 0 most vacant youth, bat my mother explained that he was veiy much struck with mo, and such 11 dear, simple, shy bo.7. not withstanding ins great wealth and high position." The wedding day camo. and I had seen my bridegroom but twice. On theso oc casions his father had been in tho room. Lady Silurian 1 had not seen at all. her husband brought me a magnificent tiara, necklace, earrings and bracelets of dia monds the Silurian diamonds were famed and regretted that his wife was too great an invalid to present them in per son 1 havo small recollection of tho cere mony, bat 1 remember that my father-in-law bent over and guided his son's hand when he signed the registry, laughing tu3 calling him a nervous fellow 1 wroto iijv maiden natno. Olivo Chase, fortlio last time and immediately after I. aecom par.ieu by my father-in law and husband, drove to Limestone Towers, tho home of the Silurian family. Tiicro I madij 1 hasty dinner alone in one of tho magnuicent roams which had been set apart for me. and slipping on a gorgeous wrapper I tried to forget my woes in the pages of some of my favorito books. Eno long my tired head fell back on the sofa cushion and I slept. I awoke with a cry and a sense of terror. A number of to lights shed a soft radi sues over the handsome- room, tho per fume of raro flowers filled tho air. and bending over the conch -n which I lay. hij hot breath fanning my cheek, was tho man I had married, with an expression on his faco and in his evil, shifty eyes, which Uod grant 1 may never see 011 any human face again. For a moment I was para lysed with a feeling of sickening terror; then 1 rose from tho sofa and moved to ward t he tablo. " Where aro you going?" ho cried. "Not 30 fast. Don't you know you aro mine uowY" In an instant he had mo in his arms. j.nd was holding mo so tightly clasped in his embrace that I panted for breath, hilo ho went on: "Yes, you'ro mine, safo enough now I've got away from that old devil who's been standing be tween us. IIo thinks I'm safo with Ola-j!;. He's a deep ono. Yes. you're ".inn. and I can tear your great, sad. black ryes out. or pinch your whito Ucsh. or b'to you untiJ tho blood comes and streaks 71 ur beautiful limbs." Oh," 1 gasped ":f you aro mortal, and not a fiend, unto mo" to Lady Silurian; tak.i me to your mothnr." JCa j words .called forth tho loudest laugVtcr "L-.dy Silurian." ho cried, "youH never lav her; she's mail, as mad as a hatter: CUI.--0 her. that's whom I get it from' We all mail bat that old devil of a father of mine, and he'd !u mad too if ho were not tho devil. Your mother wanted the money, you see, and she'sgoi it; she's got it; she's got i'oO.COO, zfl 1'vo got yon." Tho look which ho cast on mo frono my very blood, but by this time I began to sco all too clearly tho uaturo of tho snare into which I had fallen. I moved forward.but h? seized my dress, and placed ono hand over cy mouth and made his teeth mark in my shoulder. Tho pain was so Intense that I almost faiutcd; my knees gave way and 1 fell to the fleer. "Dy God!" ho cried, "dead already!" Tho exclamation gave no an idea: what If I wero to feiga death? 1 acted on it. 'd presently iicrd liia muttering to 1 atmself When I knew him to beat some distance I halt opened my eyes, and saw to my hoiriit thai be appeared to be try ing to open the window Suddenly ho delisted, and I heard him murmur. "No. this side won't do I want her to fall into the moat and then he won't (hid her Thf bedroom window s the one " Ilf: turned his steps toward the bed room, winch adjoined I sprung to my feet, gained the door which opened mli.tlie ball as 1 supposed, anil found myself m u long, dark corri dor Down this I ran until I reached n narrow staircase leading upward Ag oiuzing lear lent wings to my feet I gained the uppr floor, and went swiftly down a long corridor which ran the length of the opposite wing of the house, hoping to find some maid servant s door ajar, for it was impossible to leave the bouse in my present dress, or rather, undress Fortune favored me. Al the far end was a large closet, or. more properly, small room, around the walls of which were hung the servants' Sunday dresses I appropriated one of these, a black shawl and plain bonnet, the veil of which would serve to music me well 1 felt no fear as I glided down the thrco long (lights of oaken steps which led to the back entrance hall, and in ten min utes gained the high road which skirted the park walk I set out bravely for my thrco miles' walk to M . where 1 could take the earliest train for London. Here I knew 1 could dispose of one of my plainest rings to pay my faro to tho city In M I posted one line to my mother "When I can forgive you," 1 wrote, "you shall see me again " My disappearance was hushed up. but I afterward learned that Lord Silurian, my mother and ono other moved heaven and earth to find mo. Two handsome rings, by which I might have been traced. I sold immediately in London, and long before tho money 1 thus gained was exhausted I had been introduced by a young woman whe lodged 111 the same house with me to a manufacturer of artificial flowers lie Ijare me work, and thus I lived, if such an existence can be called living, for three years Strange to say. my landlady camo from near Limestone Towers, and through her 1 earned that tho Silurian heir was gen erally supposed to bo "queer" at times, and always dull, brutal and heavy, that lis uufcYtunato mother had been mad for years, and that some poor young lady had anally married Lord Trenton, but hail left aim tho next day never to return Ono evening, more wcarv and down hearted than usual, I was dragging my tired limbs slowly homeward ufter the day's work, when a passing hansom stopped suddenly, from which sprang a young man, who seized my arm. crying "Thank God, Olivo. you aro found at last." It was Jack Beaumont. Jack, good, dear, handsome us ever "Oh. Jack." 1 cried, breaking down ana sobbing pitifully, "tell me all about them, mamma and the girls, only don't tell them where I am else they will want tue to go back to Lord Silurian, and 1 can "over forget him. never " "Old scoundrel! I should think not. Dut ho can't molest you. dear Olive, now that his miserable sou is dead he has no more authority over you than I havo." "Dead' Jack." 1 cried. - "Y's. threw, moiitbs mro- "Ah, OH vcT' naughty girl to hide from mo If von knew how I have sulTercd " On my twenty first birthday I became Mrs John Ceaumont My mother to this day thinks herself the aggrieved party; and has to remember that my purchase money enabled her to find suitable hus bands for all her girls before she can for give me for refusing to profit by her ex cellent bargain. The Evening Wisconsin. Annoyinz to the Physician. Thcro aro many peculiarly annoying features connected with the life of a dis pensary physician which would doubtless be laughed at if mentioned in the pres ence of physicians who havo never filled a position of this kind All specimens of the lower classes call here for treatment, and somo days they como by swaras ragged, dirty and degraded tramps and diseased drunkards On the outside of tho private olHco they sit on tho benches for hours and wait their turns for exam ination. For some rea.con. probably to ercito sympathy, all of theso eleemo synaries attempt to get a seat where they can sec the physician. There they will sit in a line on tho benches and watch tho physician on every move that ho makes. Their countenances aro not 'the most cheering in tho world, and tho expres sions show pain and suffering from dis ease and dissipation, and. in addition, tho paupers purposely wear the most for lorn and far away lonesome look that they can assume. Altogether tho steady glare from theso woo begono faces that meets tho physi cian's eye every timo ho looks up from his tedious work, is a source of mucli ag gravation and discomfort. Even when .ho physician is making entries in his ledger "he. from a certain iuscrutablo power of the mind, feels that every pau per's eye is glaring at him with a sickly expression, and this constant thought be comes finally to bo a horrible incubus that has something of tho depressing effect of a bad dream. It is a worrying j thought, as it a man wero dying in tlio next room, or somo dreadful calamity wero about to happen In order to re move the cause of t his depressed feeling a largo heavy screen was placed around tho physician's private ofiico. which en tirely "cuts off tho occupants of tho benches, and is a partial relief. Dr. B. SteLomctz in Globe- Democrat. A Complaint Ajpiin t Hilitors. A gentleman of my acquaintance who "writes for the magazines" has been com plaining to mo that tho wicked editors won't leavo manuscripts alone. This is ono of the paradoxes of literature, it may be-remarked A writer objects when tho editors leave his MSS so severely alone that they cannot get into print, he also protests when they get into prim because the editor does rot favor them with sufii cicnt inattentiot: Really, however, my magazinist is not so unreasonable as ho ciirht appear at firs' . ight In business terms ho objects to being treated upon Kkzl principle which led Mark Lemon to bluo pencil out cf tho rich man's Punch Iho most powerful clause in Tom Hood's arraignment of the rich man's selfishness in his ""Song of tho Shirt" Tho trouble with tho magazine litterateurs is that it bar, become a fashion to dress all manu scripts which find favor in those periodi cals with an editorial scalpel My friend clains that it is almost impossible to get an article printed as it is written. Queries. An Intorestin-r I'loulem. An interesting problem has been pro pounded by a young man aged 10. who wishes to know whether if coming events iast their shadows before, gokig evetita jast their shadows behind. Harper's Bazar. BURDETTE'S PHILOSOPHY. AfTCMN'AI. riNKESSIONS. With shout and din and noise and roar, lilio waves that beat up on thoshonj.with noise nud roar and shout and din. like angry breakers tumbling in. with patter, ing rush of many feet. I see tho crowd come flown .tho street, above the tumult on the stones I hear the maddened farm er's groans, in the shrill accents of de spair, il seems to me I hear him swear; J cannot see the farmer man. his wagon rr his patient span; I only hear tho rising uoise. and seo tho surging throng of boys; this w the way the '.)oys or" town escort tho apple wagon down. A SOVHKEIOS. A young man. with the breezy air and the pure, fresh odors of lawn and hillside about his vernal 'figure, camo to town Friday morning, and, growing aweary about noon, chased a vagrant circus van three-quarters of n niilo before ho caught it. and then tho door was locked and he couldn't get in. IIo braced up. turned the uadgo of his marching club out where all men might see it, and said that the proud and haughty, the pampered darlings 9f fortune, the princes and kings and the nighty ones of earth might rido in the street care if their groveling souls wished it. but for him. ho was frco born and would walk tho earth erect as one win trod his own domain and paid tribute to 110 man. ha, ha! And, so saying, hi wrapped the drapery of tho sidewalk about him and lay down to dreamless dreams. COUI FY YOLTt LAWS. Tommy is starting to school; at tho door, seeing him off. his mamma: "Now, Tommy, don't loiter on tho way; don't play with tho Cennekcr boys; don't loiter after school, don't play rough games; don't whisper in school; don't take off your overcoat if tho room is cold; don't play running games and got overheated; don't sit with George Gunter; don't play with Henry Tuffboy; mind and don't go out at recess, stay in and read your book; don't let tho other boys wear your hat; don't don't I'on't" Tommy fades away around tho corner, where Henry Tu'fxboy, Gcorgo Gunter and the Dennekcra are waiting for him; as (hey chase off down iho street after a flying fire engine Tommy remarks: "It's a good thing for the children of Israel that mother wasn't Moses; they'd never got off with ten commandments." Moral: Don't give your boy more orders than you can remember." STIR FT.07.E IT1M. Yesterday afternoon 11 well dressed man came out of a largo dry croods store who was instantly taken in chargo by tho police. IIo was trembling violently, evidently suffering from a heavy chill; his lips were pinched and bluo and his countenance livid; his teeth chattered so that lib could not talk; ho was hurried to tho station and applications of hot blankets and other hot things thawed him out presently until ho could tell how t happened. Ho had called a saleslady a slop girl. Fortunately ho had presence of miud to run out of the store boforo sho could givo hiru a second loo!;, else had it boon good by John. R. J. Durdetto in Brooklyn Eaglo. IMdn't Afreet llio I'rcntl. Landlady (complainingly) Flour is go ing up. Mr. Elodgera. Star Boarder (dropping a heavy biscuit with a dull thud) So I Understand: but your bread doesn't bccrn lo riso corres pondingly, Mrs. Hashley. Yv'ashington Critic A Tlirillins; Tulo. Modjcska is writing a story. It is a love story. Tho hcroino's namo is Griscl daviteh 'i'opplewatchkitzky and tho hero's Vladimir Tschezarotsh. Tho sccuo is laid in tho quiet littlo Polish villago of Stir ritupitvisch, on tho banks of tho classic river Muddioschky, in tho region of tho Eotacbutizclosky mountains. Wo extract a passage from advance sheets: "Within her wan hands sho had her faco concealed; when to her Vladimir asktd if sho truly !ofo him. 'Yea. I do loi'o tnco; by yonder bale moon I adjure it.' "Let us, then," said ho. 'flee.' But sho hesitated by rea son of her trunks, which were still un packed. Tho tears wandered from her eyes, but meanwhile Vladimir repeated what lor sho would not bo coming pretty Boon, not having been aware of tho gash tho words of him made on tho inside of her heart." Troy Times. Fixed II im. Miss Dorter (who is extremely sensi tive) If you care anything for my feel iu"?, I wish you would go over and ask that low bred man to stop staring at mo. Mr. Lcohart Why didn't you speak of it beforeV I'll teach tho dastard a lesson! (Marches bravely over.) Good evening, Mr. Shears: I'vo had somo trouble rnak ing collections, but I'll settle that littlo account early next week. Fino evening, isn't it? (Comes back.) I think the coward won't trouble you again, Miss llorter. Timo. Harmony In tlio Party. Mrs. G. I understand that you havf had troubio with your servant girl. Mrs. II. Not at all. Mrs. G. Oh! then I was misinformed. Mrs. II. It was nothing. I was going to have a reception, but sho had arranged for ono herself that night. Mrs U. And sho gave hers up? Mrs. II. No, 1 gavo up mine, so woare still the best of friends. Boston Courier All Ajn-ccil with Ilim. "Of all '.ho nuisances on God's green ?r.r;h." said Gen. Sherman at tho Union Lcatuo club reception tho other night. "tho tihakiug of hands by Americans i3 tho worst." Wheicnpou all tho members of the club formed a procession and pro tected to grasp OldTecumseh by tho hand. Boston Herald. Only 'Cecils Time. Emotional Customer (to photographer) Oh. dear! This picture mokes mo look too old. Photographer But. my dear madam, you will grow into it. Life. Ells Voice. LTo (who has just left tho piano) How do yoa Uko my voice, Miss Kacc? Miss lUco (fcinciimati) Your voice? Ohi It's certainly . a howling success, Mr, Hoya. Tfiiai Siftiutfi. ro, 1 n:ii."iii"Mi:'iiim.iii &f A Horse's DelTbcrato Kcrcnse. "I will just tell yon a story." said Mr. Foster L. Backus, "about tho memory and reasoning power possessed by a horso on my father's farn This horse was in tho nabit of making journeys about tho neigh borhood in chargo of a certain groom, who was coarse, ignorant, low and cruel Tho horso had been brought up on our farm and was very good tempered and gentle, but the groom's roughness and fondness for laying on the whip confused him so much that ho was not prompt in obeying orders sometimes. Then the groom beat and bullied him The horse never showed the slightest sign of resentment till ono day the groom approached him in tha pasture field. The horso was free for tha first timo in the presence of his enemy and he charged the groom. A short halter was around his neck, and tin groom seized th and hung on. The horso tried to strikt?tiim with his forefeet; tried to bite and kick him. Tho man dodged and shouted for aid. "The fight was desperate and very ex citing. The horso fairly roared with rage. Tho groom was nearly faggecl out, and in another five minutes would havo been knocked down . and trampled to. death, when my father camo on the scene. He seized the halter aud told the groom to run. As soon as ho was gone tho horso subsided and was us docile ts ever. Now. I am satisfied that the horse deliberately planned to kill that groom at tho first favorable opportunity See how carefully ho choso the timo and placo of the assault. A lonely pasture field where ho had his enemy all to himself. Ho had never shown the faintest sign of vicious ness before. Tho groom kept away from him after that, and the horso never after ward was known to exhibit rago. If he had killed the groom it would have been murder in tho first degree, for tho clement of deliberation was there. Yes. sir; horses havo reason, and they have memory also." Brooklyn Eaglo. American alcdlcal Students Abroad. In regard to tho medical education ot American physicians compared with thosa of Europe, I have been struck forcibly by tho fact that our students seem to ta mora practical and better ablo to grasp and develop ideas than thoso of European countries. Especially in tho operative courses, in Vienna. I havo noticed that tho American students performed their work more neatly and thoroughly and with greater dispatch than the compara tively slow going Continental members of tJio class, and that while thoso from this country had possibly had but a three years' course of study before graduation, yet they wero more than the equals o? tho German students of six years' stand ing, I think this difference is duo to the more practical and thorough methods of teaching ia vogue In this country, and I bclicvo it. to bo but a question of time when. Instead of us going to Europe the .continental physicians will bo anxious to avail themselves of tho facilities offered in tho. United Gtates. Tho present superiority of foreign over American medical institutions lies in the fact that all their expenses are sustained by tho government, but if there was a tendency on tho part of tho wealthy to endow our schools, whatover doubt thora cay c ca to ccmparativp merit, would soon bo set at rest. 'legarding surgery, ono of Von Bcrgmann's assistants, 11 man known throughout tho world by his con nection with the caso of tho crown princo, has told me. in tho courso of conversa tion, that ho considered tho American sur geon ahead of tho world in ingenuity, p.-actical ability and in operative tech nique. Dr. A. V. L. Brokaw in Globo-" Democrat. A Cornantlc Littlo Story. A enrious instance, which wo think has never before been published, of tho ad miration which an ardent and imaginative rcader niay feel for his favorite author, is illustrated in tho caso of a young nan residing in Florida, who had long been an enthusiastic admirer of "Kathleen Ma vournccn." On learning that the author was alive and in poverty ho visited Balti more, and found in tho appcaranco and conversation of tho old professor all that his fancy had pictured- As ho was pos sessed of some means, and had no ties or living relatives having lost father and brothers in tho rebellion ho remained somo time in Baltimore, and fJ.ally pre vailed upon Professor Crouch to adopt him as his son. By an act of tho legisla ture of Maryland his namo was changed to that of Crouch, and ho pecuniary as sistance which ho has sinco rendered has dono much to brighten the declining years of tho old composer. The action of this young man forms the" latest incident in the strangely romantic history of tho au thor of "Kathleen Ma vourneen." Charles F. Adams in Detroit Freo Press. SUM of Irish fioat Women. The women of theso coasts and Islands are C3 skillful as tho men in handling tho oar and rudder. They know every sunken rock and dangerous current of tho intri cate channels between tho great island of Aran and tho mainland, and tako tho boats In and out in all weathers. For many years a Graco Darling of this western coast, tho daughter of a pilot who lived on Eight3 Island, went out in storm and darkness with her old father, never trust ing him alone, as sho know his weakness for tho whisky. This bravo girl tie ver flinched from facing tho wildest gal3, fearing that disaster might befall her father, and tho vessels it was his busi ness to guido to a safo anchorage, if she were not at tho helm. Many a ship's crew beating about between Aran and Owey owed its preservation to Nellie Boylo- Two sisters havo taken tho post boat into Aran for many years past, their father. John Naucv. being now old and infirm. Woman's World. Uses for Oxygenized Water. A German authority recommends hy drogen perpxido for a variety of domestic" purposes. " Being inodorous and non poisonous, it is a desirable substitute for chloride of limo and oxalicacid for bleach ing and removing stains of every descrip tion. It whitens yellowed fabrics and articles of boue or ivory It is the best application for cleansing and binding wounds and sorer; and has a most bene ficial effect in diphtheria, croup, whooping cough, etc Bleeding i3 stopped by its uso A weak solution will remove disa greeable tastes and smells from tho mouth, or purify the atmosphere of a eick room when sprayed into it Pots, pans and wooden vessels may bo freed from foul odors by peroxido of hydrogen, and it will sweeten and preserve butter and keep frpsh meat for a long time. Arkau saw Traveler. TVHcn Turning tho I .caves. It Is stated upon medical authority thai readers should rcfraia from damping their fingers In turning ever tho leaves of library books, as this is a suro way lo at tract any stray bacilli that may be lurk Uz around.' -ChlTigo Hanld.