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THE HOME JOURNAI
J. VOLUME XXIII. NUMBER 15. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, JUNE 18, 1884. ,Utr 4 3.0XE&S OMMWItt. CULAB8. rYlNOlW rs 8IU Jeweli'' ,tlalaiii!S rtsK ajJ nl P. 0. art" a bat ft""0 mi vearb Ana 3IAI1S& llwirara. i. Loold SBaHiiaalfWIJJ f-j Twa ., 1 1 Ida. aMo"'',?,., a. """" ji p, ,,( and p? lM.tne.-t"1, XI ''": . Writs , llllt. .cent nnnbr tj 1'. t".g , a poor cnra T.na" break1 ,.n taeaa Z. ii the lt long p 2 sea are MEXICO. 4 gentleman who haa been to Mexico, and know! all about what tort of people lira then), Mrt that it wa the greatest niiifortune that Ihe recent cyclone in that country was not at. leaded by any mcntionable log, of life. TUB ALI'H. Roberto Taolo considers that the glaciers ot (be Alps were developed during a poriod of a lower mean summer temperature than that of the present, and that they aro retreating not io mnch, however, by cosmio or telurio canse, u through meteorological chungca depending pirllytn the prolonged action of man on tuth. , PUFF YOl'll OLD WEED ! A woman who attempted to gut off a Michi gan aTcnne car and ran against a man smoking i cigar on the platform gavo him a withering look and aaid: "Sirl doesn't that sign read: 'No moking?' " I'l'ei'un), but doesn't tlio one iiiHido read: Ty jour fare on entering the oai7" "Lands! but I never thought of it," ahe fupeil. "Hero put tbia nickel in for me and 50 ou puffing your old weed t" puff Mi;i:ni:itn. A country editor urges his brethren to m.iiineo tho null'-scckers." Thia would ba a ,l,p in the right direction, and tho next move, incut would bo to givo all tho "honorablcs" and itailmu'li" 1 lotiii and neaccful rest. A L'cntlc- m.n lasiifliciciitlv hoiiiired bv tho oldfashioued litlo of "Mr." Tho puffery and Htiohbcry com nliuicd of in by no means conliiicilto the couu. try press; ninny city dailies bear their full iliare of the blauio. If all tho (lmlinguiHlied Biilitary heroes, all tho ruro and radiunt liollca irili "U'mitiful and accnmnlishcd" tvnn. all ilm "able and clouui nt" orutors. nud "bril liant" statesmen and patriots who crowd the ciilnmiis of tho country nowspapcrs could be ruin red into one conmnuv. tlicv would form in emllagc o distinguished an to throw all the faniuus soldiers, aiigcB and beauties of the mirld's history into oblivion. But tho evil al luikil to is too ridit'iiliins for serious discussion. It ii not a part of Journalism, but merely ouo gilts bkmisiiea. tn which your money la conooalod, without re-! mnvinr. Hi. i.'f,.llli .wl It ft.:... .. ".V ..vwm., MUM HUM .a Utt ftl.Uf VOT money in pig pen, aa did an Iowa man, it l.t.o. iihtn i 1 r ..... . 1 a . . ..... ...., .1 iiiiiu ...uu nillfc., Bull ! U1 UUIUIV JOB can count it again. Evca the latent money iwfe proved unsafe. A Chicago merchant put eighty-five dollars into an old ahoe, one eve ning Inst week, and whim ho enme down to busiDcsn next moruing, the ahoe waa misamg, and so, of course, waa the money, 'fue perspi ration stood out on the merchant's forehead in lu.nilu H I. if. ma .rvtitn nmii IF. 4 .nil...! liia f1n..i and asked him if he bad seen an old shoe that was laying in a certain place the night before, III linil fur tliA .linn lu.1.. ......I . l.i... ....I I.. - " - ,u mui, Run .g had disponed of it that morning to a rag pinker , .... . . 1 11 .... , - . .ft., nn.:. I..-.. . v umiT u .1 L ituiu 11 tiiu iftT. juu uiui' ation paralyzed the merchant and the clerk In ol.r... l,n l... i-m.,1 ll.nl liia nlil alirut ITU I till Ba.-inL'f niirik of thnnnii. The clerk (.xnacbftd to be arrested ou a charge of defalcation, and speculating with depositor's money, and iliniigni soon ni lighting out auu registering at some first-class hotel, in order to evndn Uie ili.limtivnii mill Until eriCim.. tiiiiiialinipllt. Tint. solier second thought induced him to hunt for tho rag picker, whom lie found, with the old shoo in his sack. Grasping the old shoe with a linn hold, that defied escape, he Jammed his fist down into the toe, found the money, and left the surprised ragman on a dead run for the store, where he proved his innocenco or tno charge of fraud, defalcation and speculating with depositor's mouey. Tho ragman, after kicking liimsell lor several oiocaa, is now uuy Ing tip all tho old ahoea ho can, and dissecting them. An old slioe is no safer man any oiuer institution for a savings bank. I ll EM ATION. Southern Asia, tho original homo of crcma tint), is also tho region whero it is celebrated with the greatest pomp and splendor. In Siam htn anv fnnious man is rrcinnte-d. a ninirnifi- cently decorated building is erected specially lor tuc occasion, and vast auuis aro cxpeuiieu in making the whole spectacle as gcorgeous as nuuilile. Tho ceremonies observed at the era. tuition of the late Itegeut of Hiain limy serve ns a fair specimen of thoso customary on Mich occasion. Immediately upon his death, in Jliri'li. 18H3. liia remains wero incloseil in a vast urn of costly material, aoveral yards in height, which was placed in a large loom open ing uKn the courtyard of hia palace, which stands on a creek flowing into tho river that trivrrapa tho cnt.ital. Hands of native orients relieving each other in turn, kept repeating tuyere night and day in tne deatii enamour, uoniul which were disnlaved all tho orders and decorations worn bv the dead man in hia life- : - ........... time. Twelve months after his ovatii tno urn mil its contents were carried in atato to a kind of temnlo created for tho purpose, where the flvmatinll n-na nel-rnl-ltiril ill the tireSCnCe of I thousands of spectators, including tho King I cmself and his enure court. iTCWS OF THE WEEK. AND DRAMATIC, THE MINIMUM LOCOMOTIVE. Following arc somo points sliout tho little taomotivo built at Oil City, l'a., tho unialloet enrino In Ilm world. Iniiiit but eight inches Imuraml weii'liiiie lint a pound and a half. Hirro years, eountiiig tin hours as a day's iter, bavn ln devoted to Its consirucuou. Here arc 6SS screws in the engine. The steam reign is but. one-cpiarter of an inch in dinme W the niiinn throws but one drop of water wry stroke; the head-light is only ouc-naii it inch in width, scven-ighta of an inch high ind tlireciightB of an inch long, ino spneo a tho lamp is so small that it was nlniost im possible to get enough oxygen in it to support tlu combustion. The fire l kindled by using igillof alcohol, which rnns the engino for Mr an hour. Tiio ntroko of the cyliimer is we inch; bore, 5-10; tho throttle lover is but tre-cighths of nn inch long, arranged with a ttamb-latch and click; tlio lirc-uox is iravcn tighlhs of an inch wide and ono inch long; tho aaoke-stack ono and one-fourth inches ingn ud five-sixteenths of nn inch in diameter; the aunwliiini. is nine-sixteenths of an men in di meter; the driving-wheels aro ono and ono half inches in diameter; tho front truck-wheels uii ... ... i .1 ..f l.n l.ml.r aro of till mi an men, nun ; , . oe size The tender is but threo and tUrce tairths itiehes long, two and one-eighth inches rale and two Inches high. Tho metalB used in iU construction aro brass, solid silver, gold and Kiel. CALIFORNIA MIN1MJ TOWN. All of tlm old California miuinc towns are in a decayed or decaying condition. In 1850 thero stiKxl uu exceedingly lively town known as Muthenas Cro k, a tributary of tho Consumuet which "iorty-niners ciirixieueu Dy mo pre tentious name of Aurum City. Tho country waa full nf cities in thoso carlv dilVB. Besides Sacramento City, tlio County of Bacrameuto had a place towards its eastern line called Prai rie City, which lasted till about lntiD, anil men vanished out of sichl. sinco then out of mem' ory. Folsom waa originally called Granite City, and then (iranite, so named ly vr. i Dradley, a gentleman whoso enterprise created the first considerable ininitigcntial in tho Statei drawing water from tho North F.irk of tho Cosiinineslo the dry diggings around Diamond and Mud Springs and old Weavertown, on Weaver Creek. In 1M5S tlio placo Known as Mormon Island, threo miles cast of Granite, was na lame a town as I'olsoin now is. At pres ent it is a mere shadow of what it wan. In 1K51 Aurum City contained a population ol 1,'ilKl, nml that in thoso days implied at lean 1,1 30 active workers in tho mines, at an aver ..... i.r Mil tu an ounco ner day to the worker. In IH.-.B Aurum was in the list of decayed towns and ten years later it Had "gone giiininrring . .i.- .a.:na i. i vj.r." Kvaii the name amni ui .iioh "...w. of Matheiias Creek is now extinct, savo in E1 Dorado County, where it constitutes an election precinct, or did a few yean ago, ami the Co anilities is HOW the modern nibstitiito for the ancient Macosuuia river. Nobody from 1K49 to 1M.M c alled rinc rville by any other name than lUugtown, which it earm d at tho hands of a nob mid bv and by exchanged for its present more euphonious name. Within a radius of of Column there wero existing, in the summer of 1850, not less than twenty towns, cities and camps, the largest being II Dgtowm i,i.,m,,i,d Smincs. Mud Kiiringa, Georgetown, L'niontown, Hpanlsh Dry Diggings, Itinggold ....i v..v..rtown. All of these, aavo three or four, have gono out of existence, and tho three or four remaining are now cliteliy supiKirteo by orchards and vineyarda. linalora and nitidis (tiituM. FiKK & Hatch, the wetl-kiiowu Kew York broken who lulled durluis Uuj rocout muir. Iinvu -I ft... 1 1 aw., icuwuw Lnfujuaaft. iltunt Caktiiui (ilored), ronvlctl of Udng acocnawry Ui tin, luurdur of John Koator, was biuigwl at hittabtug, IVun. "Cnbo" Jvum, the principal In tlm uiurder, nun hiuiiri'd lust April. The Demociiitlc Ktuto convenlion.4 iu Con nocticut, Veriiiont, mi l In other ritutoj hijd iwoutiy, all dcWurcd iu fuvor ol t:io old prckidi nliiU ticket of lbTU. Kitiilh mid Weil, The cargo of tho stVmnor 'ave, running ii'iwt.vu iiiiiiiiguiu una ruyciioviuo, in. t;., shillwi mid the vessel muk. N 1J(vIk, ml orislcrxik; I.ui-y Gruhtiin, (colurwl), and Km pie 11 ill (white), piiKscngcrs, were drowned. The Fourth Ohio Infiuitry regiment haj Uvn disbiuidi-d on iiecoiint nt inellicieiiey dui Uig the Cincinnati riot. (iKSKUAt. (). K. Haiicik-k, formerly privato (ecretnry U l'nWdent (inint, but of Into en- ... .1... L'il'tl. ti..l.tl t:....:... tnu-T-i ni. inn ruin j i;iiiiiiuiMt uisiriei; .nr. 1'vi 1'. I.ifkey, his chief clerk; lr. lien. 1'. KutU'r, of tVoKliinu'ton. D. ('., und a heiimiui worn drowned in Mowpiito Inlet, off tlm coast; of Kloi idn w hile siiH'Hiit.indiiiK Uin work on wiu iigiiLuouso now uiiutiiug ni inat poiuu Haiiie HaYKK, n colored woman has Isvn eetiU'iicedU) death nt. St. 1itiis.for tlio iiiimiol J. II. Wkndki.I., nn oM resident of Cnld well, Kansas, in a lit of insanity cnnsiil by wnisky, snot una kiili-1 His wilu, unit tliuu kllUJ liiuiself. A TKItltim.K. crime Is n'Kirti'il from KnUHns. Mi's. John AndeiKon, w ife of a ikst farmer, and her four children were all found mur dered near I'lensnuton. nnd it was thought tlm father hail met the Mime fatv, Tho Andcm iu Inuiily hud knowledge of a crimo coumiittid by one Jwis Wamiiler. The two men left the house, top'tliiT. Vaiiiiiler retiirni alone, mying that Anderson had sent for the family. 1 hey Morled in n wiuion, and on the way it is FiiplsiMxl tbnt VY ampler iniirdcred the wuiuau and tho four children and lied. Tim reinnimi of John Andervon, tho sixth victiiu of tho J'lcnwiiituii (Kan.) iniiiiler, were -found conccaJed iu a diwrted coul shal't, Willi & iiuiicl nouiltl in llie neau. 'iruiimi vjllltlVM III .11. LJ11IW1I Hlftmi his reaidcnce iu Kew York city, at the ago of ninety. llrigadler General Henry W. IVnnliam, of the United Utntca (Ion of Kngiueera ta dead, lie waa a nativo of Connecticut and when a boy served aa au appmutice in the prlutiug ollicnof a newspaper in that rltato. It was estimated that 60.000 persons at tended the annual meeting of the Duukaida, liejr Ia)ton, Ohio. Two lsiilers exploded In a sawmill, III ilolit ralm comity, Mich., killing three mou and vutciui injui uif; vuicib. Tlie rebels airain nltreked Rnakilii. Tliey aiicceuli d in driving in the picki w, when they were repulsed by the navalry. who piiraucd them for some distance from Uie town. l'recniitions have been taken ill Australia against dYiiiiiuitcrs. A new Atlantic e.ible l proposeil between I'oituitHl and America. The noted Oscar Wildn was married to Miss I.lmd. The Mussulman of Morocco display a ttroiu: fi elini! iu lav.ir of Franco. Tlio witness McDonald, imprisoned for An..l.,n...l ..f Vi.tir VniL Kli.l.. M.. ...... i..w..fi- gating coiuinittee, has been released by tho buircuio Court. During a trinl at Troy, N. Y., one of tho Jury became insane. Tho banking house of Miildlebm & Co., of ftl UrilllllnlOII, IIOSVII IIS iiinnn. THE OKIUIN OF IHXIK. OnaSalurdav night in 1H59, when Dan Em. mettwas a ineiiiber of llryant'a Minstrels, New Terk, Dan Ilrvnnt camo to him and siuu: na'i ..... ..( .... . nrnuiid'' I want some- thing now and lively for Monday night." 1" .. .. . 1L .n 11.1 ll-lil wnttowork, and by rlunday anci noun "M words commencing "1 wish I was in Dixie.' Bu expression was not Southern, but appeared Bong tho circus peoplo of tho Norm, in i Wly fall, when nipping frosts would overtake tented wanderers, the Hoys woiu.i un.. ... la) wai-mth of tho South, ami tho common ex- PMaion would be, "Well, I wish i was m DiiU " 'i i.i. ..... n,n ....t. li-linp. and the rest dine song waa original. On Monday morn H It waa rehearsed and highly commended, caimht up the "(rain and half of them went homo nugi"K "uis. The song became tlio rago, and w. "nrcomb'a Dncklev'e Minstrelsnnd others gave A 1 a "w fa each tor tho privilege of using . "mean wrote toF.inmctt to secure a cop,. ih. ttwiUiout waiting for a reply, published it " words by a Mr. reten). Pond, ol new 'tk, secured it of F.mmott for SOOO; but Wcr- "f aold thousands of copies without giving a nickel. Kot only wan Emmctt robbed ol profits of hiB song, but the authorship of it "oiiputed. Will 8. Haya claimed mo """hip of i. Pond brought tho matter a mnsio publishcra' convention, and W Ihe authorahip; but Dan reaped no ben from this tardy iuatice. SUMMARY OF COXGIIRSS. SfIIIlto. The Setmto paswyl tho Hoiiho Mil fixing the ... ..e ....I...... ..ii ...nil timll..r nf Lbe aMonod class, when 'iit by jiprsoim otlier than the iiublifher or news agent. This bill, as it cme t. .t... 11........ llv.ul ...m ....nt. us tiio ratal uf iroin in. ii. ..i-.-, ...... ravtiio "ii iiewspnH'-s weighiiig throe ounce or less. .Ml. jinrev cipniiii'-". in." , , .:t..... ..n .J..i.,iit....j milt i. nt. ruudx had coiiiinii ..-' "i. i"'1 v. . - f..,.,.,i ileit. some of the large newspapein weighed n little ovor tlireo ounei'S. itnd nnd thoro- foie exleiuleit tic newspaper iiinn. oi vtoikov roroniMH'iit n-.t4ii to four (iiiuvR....rba bill tmssiwl the rk'iiuto with this aiiiendnient I. :n I ......vi.tiiitr fitr till, ml- ....I1IIIS eie J -- l.vti f statistic nf tiKUTin'io nnd dtvorco, for the repression in inoopuiui unnit, n . i i: .. ..' t iiii.it tin thn hcAA inoiisn n -si. i .. .. , r.i , i wntoin of the Missouri river and Olarki Forks or the t'olmnbia l iver. . i :i ; nriic dlntr for OlTo ; Hill "i.. ii. ii--...- i n - in-a ivwardof ijlim.tmtt to any person who . ''ii ,: .I....P.... ..mi... ni iftinn of Tel- I' nan iiii" .'. . . in.-ii." - ---- o , - low fevr.... Hill" "cro passed granting an . . ..I ... i. 1. imi- Ii. Int.tr nullum leuveoi no-si.. ......... i-.i - cio rieisi; grnntiii a hmis..ii to the widow ' Of (lenenil .Unison miismiii k; i pnyuieiiLol tuns nt cxiMiaiiu. IC.IIHI'. Mr Itiiekncr iutrislii-isl a bill tonmend the Nntn'innl lmnl.in- lows. ...Mr. Hu'Wiim in- i a lull nnieiidiir,' the net mithoruing liie ruin of theslnilMani silver noil....... The i..'isl.itiveii!iifpnaiioiiiiiii " m e,lM,.l ins,.s, ,rvenU)mun. Inwtul ,v.i;,1.n. y of Hie public lands, ltpro .,i., s1!l . iiiclosun.ol any public land wlien '. ' ' ...iil-iier t in tiirliM. t i" i":i ni or cr s'iiiii - .. ,.,s ., , lii or . ..lor ol tiile to tho land; 'l ;;,.., i, lnwl.il lor "..v ts-rsontotwir or ilemolisii anv sudi ineUiii-o when K in .-miles lemvienn W nrn-. A.. ..it l... I...I: .1... 1 yi. lUIIUJ' Ulimili; iu..' ftinin.iin nt tilt) ..3 bud ugeucy, gruw ing out of the return to tlm rcfirrvulion of (.'row iiog.tlie slaver of Sis'ttisl Tail, nultcd in tlm killing uf' Chief white Thunder und tho fatal wounding of two nthn. 1...1;..... i ... i... ...... i. ...i r..i.....iu..r u.u.it.ui T..ii Crow Dog hud Imvii wt , fruo by a decision uf tlio CniUal ISUitiw liUpiviiio ooiirt, A Tit a IK wiu wi'ts kiftdon a railiTiivlls'twi'n Ti....i.. 1 i:..;...u.-iL. it. 'P...... nn.l fi.nr. J "TIII.-.III llll.l . . i.. III. I ... ...... . i ...... i i.:h I tifii js'IXiIih wen; ri'isii itsi it) nave ieeii hiiiui and many others injiinil. ATtheelis'tum in t livgoti tlm Ivepublicani clis'tln majority of their l. ;:i.slativo caiuli dalesaml their candidate lor Congress. M'nkt.iiigloii. 1.... ...: I .I..I.. ... ..li.tii.Tift Icei.ml J IIC HLSt IllllUllin. tli-uii oini.-iiii ... ............ thonsthedis'i-i'iisit of tlio public debt during May to la- ll.nVWII.'.'ll. liccrensn ul Hi nt siiicu juiio.si, lst r.H.siVH Cash iiitho Treasury :isn,;'.s,f.'il V.t (ioldd-rtifieali-soiitstniiiling.... ".wlJ.-M' Silver ceitilii-al uiitKlandiiig. .Ur,!K)O,O01 "0 ( '..Willenl.4. nf flelNrl.it f itltstniiil- ii n-ji Ofifi nn i lir .i,."".,. - ncfiindingcertilieat.w J.H.llKI HO i ...... i i..,,,i... ,...i.j..n,ii.,.' :ur, list .mil no FiucUoiial i iiiiciicy (not iiieluil- ii... iitiin.ini. is uu I'll h.h i.r. i..i'.ivikIi r. iixi .mi r.o Cash balnin c uvuiluble M;,li,t'"0 :-l (ioviiiNMliNT nxriplH in May nggregntisl .....I j.(j en-. ......i...i :iti!i :tTi J lit iliii-ini- M:iv IsMl' tiiiveniiiieiit ejiH inlitiiiesin May wero i,JJ!i.lX'.!.l, ugamst f 1 7, during tlw kj.ti.M 1 ..I'll .1 iisl ve:ll. DtitUNii May tho various tunited ritntes nnntsi'oinisl'JH.Misigoiii picivs,wonii f ;..' .i. Hut I ; '.'.Wii.tioti silver piis-cs, worth $ MCll.issi, anil i,.io,'jsi iiiinor i-iuns, mu.ih .i..,.r.. lot ni cuinngB, luewijiiajpiii'in, wonu inn KrcciiF.TAHY Lincoln tolegranhiil to tho Vnilwl IStati-s signal ollieor at Jacksonville, ... .. t..r : Ik' I l!..lu... -b T HI. , I" CUl.sc ml. leillUllls.l, .ivil.-lftl in...... n to be cmUUiiiisl and sunt to Washington. I'ori'lgii. Newr has la-en ni'ivl that a vlolen riiis-k of ivirtlupiako occurred on the island of Kishm, near tJio uimith of tho IVnian gulf Twolvo villagm wero tlratmynd, 'JU iiwnu killl nnd inmiy othein injuiiiL Sixty i'rwms wero injured during nn el torul riot ui Chiustbui(. AiarU'ln. xn.-v i..i...n aijii. Luva di.'Linsl war against tlm governiueut on account of tho rt'veuuo stamp mix. rii..t'.u W'ii iik lmiderof the nsitheti-s. was i ... i : :.. . I.... mumiil a low uays sii.iv ii. iinitoii. i ...... .!...! r .... t...:.. f imiti'iiiiirw in exniiiiiini"!. o. ii" iii.u. of Mis. Hchwcilcr, who killed herself und her children at Albany, revealed Ho truces uf insanity. The French Chamber of Deputies, by a vote ;l.i.ri to ii ji cliil tlm aiiiendmi lit of l',i-!iop Fn p; el to the Army Iticruitiug bill ex iinpting In nn military scrvico young mou li-iiniiiiif ff.t- In it v fii-il.-r.. 'Hie dvnaiuite explosions in I union created alarm in Vi -mia, especially aa it baa been an- ll.i.lll. ni i iiaft ine iinuertnifi nniir. iui. rs:n.ai . linaleft New York for Aus ria, bearing with him a quantity of dynamite. Kuakiin advices slate that rumors have reached t litre that Herder lias fallen and that Osmaii Digna ha- collected !Mm() men and four guns. It is further ruuiuud that ho intends to auucK nuaaiui auu... The I'.ast Iindoii Ainiariuta wns burned; Iiiiiny of the minimis perished. A lire in Liverpool destroyed a warelioiiso and 8,000 bales of cotton. A woman who w is arreted at Ynranda IlmitlllV, confessed that flieliinl pois.illld four huslmnds and nlai. n huge nuiulr of women ilnring the past two yuira. A linmU r of ao comiil'ces were nlso uriehted. 'ei... u..oi.. i ..I 1. .If.fiileil not tn ft lie III 111-11 I,.... ! - allow (hangc count, r dcnnuifttiatioiia to tako place in Ireliiinl at the same tiniu aim piaee ... the Nalienalist meetings. -The authors id the London . x plus ions aro said to li.nc . xciiis d from Fnlaud. -Tin r'.L'Hilian rebels nrv s.nl to have cap- lllied A lull l.mi. il. I.-imiil l'neliawiia nttncl.eil and beaten by an ludiiiowii luuii iu the I'jiis I'alnis ltoyiil (laiileiis. A SI. I'eli rsliiirg ) urnid says that llu"ia in aniieiiiii: M. iv onlv wished l" d. linn her frontier. Ten suicid -s occurred in Vienna in two days Muk. MuiUHKi will summer iu Poland. 11 u. KnwiN IIimitu is How uklnldisliod in bin Hew lu nine iu Ikistin. Jenny Linh'h oldiwt son has Just married an F.uglUb gill nnine.1 Duuiell. John McCt i.i.oi iiii, it is aiiid, boa mado over (sU.tssj the prwiil w-iison. Fanny IiAVKSi'oiiThasclennsl so,odo with "ri'i.tf irt.11 iliii-in.r Ilm .uu.. tu'lisim. Mas. Laniitky has hivestiil jUT.OtO, euiiKsl tu Antei-icift. ill New York real ft'SloLu. ili.l.K. NtVAliA, the Wmtern prima doiinn, now in l'uris, neiidsiill herllorul gills to tho Hospitals. J A.I. in sun. hi in. ft n Die iikwi ....1111111 i nr.y iiiill" iuexistene.', It is pronoiincel "awfully hiindsoiiie." Tiikiik nni Hglity peopln nn tho stage in .en... i..i i v..... V....b ' i.-iuii... ...... special stage hands to work tlio scenery. ' . . i: . .. l. . t ..... . ... ... ft' .... Iris had as many as twenty companies on tin. road at ouo time, including both regular and onui I. iM-tu. ui fteiniiiis. Mi.i.b. Nkyaiia, Iho Aiiievienii prima .. ti. :.. :.. ..: .1 V. .. nou.iu, ft in hiiij- in mreu .. run tries n. .no .ft... -wich fi-Ntivnl in Kngland. She nlteiHiinl gia-s ni .-.liiiiriu. Jftai-tvioiiii nn i i.isimhi. Tiiih year thero aru throo "Silver King coinianiii; next season tliei-e will Ik' l.ut two This year there am lour "l.iglits o' Ismdoii cullllu.nie.' i.eL venr tlie.-i. u ill 1st but unit. A U'liiii KhTi li tii-iii is buililiiiga s-inl car for 1 Mou i'..ni.-i.'iiiilt, uhu-b w ill iiecoui- ..if.liitift lou enlin. .'OIIIU...I1V uf tftftculv-llvo is'rsoiis, and givo Mr. llotioicaiilt and Ins daught.'r ea -h it slate risiiii. ft...... a . i.L-i.u.... i.. i, tt.. It. .ft.il ft ..lir.it.-. ... tr. .'ii,. .'. . ' i. ft, luilill-ssioll ill the llritisll .o lllivs tllllllsheiliil III Winilull, t .ftl.ll.'...sl.I , lur I.ISI..IH1', son is said to have taken inoiiu week nn.l" money than wiu. ever Udorc known iu that eitv. CliAlil.rs Min iiKl.l.. the priw lighter, Is going on tin' singe, lln savs bo wniits to Ml-..!!.. ... ..... I.7.. I I U.....L' u ;il. .... .tie .....I-.-., i.i.iii.i i. 1. 1 r."ifc "l'. light his way to tlm fnnit, w. to ss'iik. ills : r. ... . il... ... Iu. ... HIVU III ..y,.l.iiilift. ..ft ft. it' .mi ono ..t ii. w Hu'JiJe I iriniulo in "As 1 oil i.iko it, una una ... ...m .1.. ... L....l il.:. u UC ft. Ill IftU Ul J.llU!lft ..1U3 0ililliiii.- WF.STKUS IDEAS AJ10UT C0B0SF.RS Why n I'rncllnlnai I'bvalolnai Hhonld Not b' tuoM'Ulor iui.il.inua. Jlr. Viinderbill has sailed from Liverpool for New inrk. PROMINENT PEOPLE. I. ..... ....... I1M...I ...l nl.tul llilelv . .... il.. ... ;..,..i;..., ,.f n 1,1. in iiiiiiw fiiJUI'T. t'3 tin' .i - down mi einliniikniciit near Downtotf, 10ng- iiiiiu. Fiit'HTl.F.N uf tin. crew nf the brig Conr.-I-'iutc, sliiuidisl nn tho iivllocNuf Labrador, nave neon e.1. I'.-v cieiiles rteeiin-e.1 In Vieiinn. the Alts Irian capital, in two dnys. Tlir. Falsi-I ruphel s folluwers 111 tlm hull tlniilinvpcnpltmal tlm town of Abu-llaniad. A fihk in Lnndnii destroyed tho Last Lon don Aoluuiuiii. A huiiiIht nf lions, Is'.irs, . . . . ' . i -i ... ......... JUCKaiS null luuuaes nni- .nil int. t-w t.i-ttni. A woman who hns b s n nnOitwl at. Vnvan da, llnn rniy. c mlo-s s lha: she sdsono I b ur Iiii-IiiitkIs oi'.t nln i hundrcilH uf n lor ill,; 111'1 two o irs. A tiunilsir uf u toiiipliivti were ulso erivsU d TWF.XTV-ONK INHANTsI OKAO. Only Tw-.l.en In 'J-";,,,,.,,. t tho vard "f the Nivison Home, in 11am ln ino ji". .. ... ti.ntv-one chll- 'I!10. llom," nary ast Circul... were net Uivisoii , in Jai yyto of ,o home, Ut 7i 5 la- i geoM-ietyatid philanthropy, couched in ' .' ...... iMH!n ,.0. Since then teniy-u.. - ,,. C'T1, "w'ia known of his iii'til two or three Nothing know' m of tll0 days ago. li.n.J.'Ir,':, '1.., ... '.i,.Paev. nun n an titute Itoard ot ' 1 tlial th children tTr-r" ,ul""a been torMrtWt. iw , 'a nnst was held. The XK'JiSuJe children died from neg- Let a'-'l''P'T;rZ o with Vim Nivison. Nothing mli,jTirer for violation of except t.. ptuced ' ' ? ...nlKntM were i. .. itnr 1 laws, ift to the children of weaittiy won.eu, . ,...i.f heforn the K Quebeo, Mn.J"h",wrllnf habeas !iot "hea-1 aliment of.coi.ns; . All Ul'If IftAnn. 1"kingsVeepon in this country, the only hl.. . . r .1 11 ay to keep money will De w "P' nu ... "ki U( fumng, they are selling oil old utovci ( n.R" . .t-i curi'iitt. . . - n.Hfttinff inab the Court rendered 'V ' 'V"".!...!. after- the accused be lil on Eno, and ward ''f rircus o ly o? O.e lligh ho was ordered into tlie Dr0Cced- Constable of Vfueoe1-'! o Uilja. IHISI KI.I.VM'.IU'S. r. ift.L... IliA ftftrnnrietnr of tho iiaift-ej i.. ...i.'. . - . , Faiker Iluiise. Huston, and on,, or tie- nest L...,.n l,.o,r. mrii ol that ci'v, is dead, llo waalairn in Maine in 18 . fi. -General Samuel Graham, who. tun .. i.i. ... ..r il,.. unc. raised the l ifth regi ment of New Voi k artillery, is dead. -Uy the foundering of the actus. ner niin.o . ..... ,;....,... ,,t. lour lives ie .loriiou on i.,u ..'"., . , ...... lost. Three of Ihe cre wen. risen, d Hum a rnlt. ., .,,ft iet In tho Eastern Peiiiieiiuarv av I hdndelpbU mnr.h red a keeper. . ...... ....IU...1 .IPfltftt -The frost, nl rnnn.- n.nio, -.......... ... 1 eiifelaben tliroiiiihoiit fiaiKHKe I" v. , i New York S'ate ami niw "of -The defaulting cashier ot tno rusi ........... .. .....I. . ,i..ii.iionih. III., was arrested. " """" : . .. i....i, - . . . .II.I.l fi.T Till. . ....II llfftllltf 1'iesi.iem. ui'i'i"-. ... fi.mier l.roker ii. "d was arrested in Cilv nnd returned tnl'itt-luiig. . . . .. ..... i....i innnilfactur The rniinie lie." v - . era ami the Amalgamated Association has been settled Tor a year. .... . .. .... 11.. nm-flftnltirr of rnncc liismarca ft.pi...-" ..." - n Kraxewaki, recently convicted at Le.psto of treason. -A farmer was shot dead and two pernoiin wounded in the county Cork by moonlighters. -A soiiotis electoral not occ, n x., - . i l.n flnKtri Vfil Hl(l 2(K7pon. killed ! ZZt Island of Klshm in the lVrsian On f. Thecn- . .. .1 . I. .I.h.I la hill, fl I II HI. tue population oi w.e -..u and seriously injuring another. -A ticket agent who shot himself in Atlanta on Saturday waa 15,000 short. -The oonvict who inuruerou a . ... -Eastern peniUntiary of Pennsylvania on Bal- mday is now iia,uju....B ...r....... By tha ainklng or a ateamer in -- waters of Nortn uarouna inroo uv At the CleveUnd Rolling Mills two m Inat their lives in a torrent of molten UU.UI from one of the ftirnaoea. l.,.......it.f, r,.,.4 nrcviiil hi the l)i-llial Kuionii due fatality is already n purled. An old man cmiueti'l .iiienie over ma dunghler'n grave, m ar r,iunini;h.iui, tit. The Uiiler of a h ir.iin.' saw mill in Mount Kisco, Me., expledi d, killing one man and in juring auiitticr. The Mountain House, on I'.nglcwooil CliflH, N. J., which was jo-l i-.ii.lv lor gin sis. wan burin .1 on We.lne.ihiv nioiiuiig, with a loss of over tam.WKi. All Ihe Isnlies. r. v. ii III number, oi tlie killed by the fall ot a wuielsmse Hi llalliiiinre, nn- now r. coven d. -'llie Melho.!i-l Ci lireri t at ItroeltVillo, (Int., eon.leinii fn ifn iiiispIoim as d tiiiiu-i.inl to h.uiie int. n sts. Die in. nib. i s of the Miissiieliu-i. tt. Legis lature luiv. inis.d their falaiies s. ljO. over lb tioveruor's veto. -The corner Hlone nf the new Episcopal f 'nth. . trial at Albany m laid with la'coining ceremonies. -I'risident lliddle, id Ihe I'eim Hank of I'itb'biirg, art.r uveal ing to bis piiblisbe.l alat. meiil, assii;nt.l all hi property for tho benefit nf (lie blink's cr. ditniK. Tlio car of a captive balloon containing 20 persons became d. Inched at Lille, France, und led 40 inuHes. I hue. .f the ixviipauls of the eiirvtcic killed iiilright nnd the r. luaii.d. r were seriously injiueu. nit a' ciiieiii cans.-u a nr. it. uf. tut. I ...fi - Irish Nationalist meetings wero held in Ireland dci'pito nf the government piia-lHina-tioiiri. Tho slables nf the Glasgow Tramways Cnnipniiy ou North flreet, Anderson, were do strov.d by tiro on Saturday night. Two hun dred hori.es weio burned to death. lbe City 'I an Works, nf F.iliiihurgh, havo Leen destroyed by tire. T he loss will Ixi largo. Thero ftvere Dili teen deaths in Havana from yellow fever dining the week ended Nay ltd. The long eontinnanco of the present i.. .i. I.'.. ..I. ml ia aim. tat. Ill.ex- liro.li;!.. lU.i'iift; i -...-";- - aiuple.l, no alien tiry season unYi.iK ..eei.M...wi. for over lilteen years. Ill the llonso Mr. Iliscork of New York moved to suspend the rules and pass a bill ro nealini! the internal ruveniie taxes on tobacco, i .. ..1....1...1 ..a .... ... ... allowing llie US' ui nmin.fi ..'iu ' .... ... aits and manufacture"-, and repealing tlio tux on brandy distilled from fruit. .......... i,... i.. iii.uMi.l of f-iuvniont tif tho vniiuiis wiilUui;; nc.lrbes he lina i-u- l.-ret. ... .t' il... ll'.i.t.li. .Lin biinhttr. h-is shaken hinds nil In-very I'li'Mileiit cxeopt 11 ilnlllllgl.lll. i.' ii..ft.L'.t .. Mietiiir....!. hns tho er... ...tin . . . r.putnlH.n nf giving the in.l I'laburuto dm- Hers in il ii'.uuigiuii. .1 .. full Ner. l'i ri-e UA.ir.n iti iii.... .. .". - lu.liiin, i.; ill the Must nmkiie; iul.lp-ns.ti mi tlio wi gs ol his i-u.v. liess :n;s r.iig.. ' i. and is 'l.xu'iit. W. W. I'oii.-iHtAN. who ruiindeii n noine for n'ge.1 women in Washiiigtmi, siipa.rts it ...lii.iv t .in Ins own m- iiiis. aiidtho women who hio in it lire his gu.-si.s. tiKNi:iiM.S.M Caiikv Is to travel over M iiii.. this suuiiner and urge tlm adoption nf tlieei.iistiliitinuul a ndiu.iit pi-ohibiting the limnula.iuic anil mlonl hnuui-. u.'.....-t . ..ft- I-. 11.11 11. W'AKIIllllltNrt ox- ....-tii-ri- uiiI.il louc:s-hei'- Isln.l puna am nf making il fairiago tour llinill;;ll nel ft'Xloiil .-ouui., ..... fti. ...... l. .VI . i.ftv liens ft-t-rv ouietlv ill l'.-iris, wilh ii lew months every summer in Ills eiel'ellll Hear .-MI1UII, w .."rift MO nus ift .... b COI!"lSI Ul II ISII l-CU'-S UIIO i.rtui.-s. Cmtain JaMKS Ii. F.aih, of Mississlpia I -It us lam", riviv.si i.,ti. .......... miss-Ii l. lni-,1 il utt'ft" l th house) of lords a:;ain-.t th prop ship . -.111111 butw.s.ii 1 .1 vi-.-i m . .1 and Maiich.slcr. I....... I.tt'.a ..11.MV.IM ill lillblic hi a full .i.:i . 1 .....1 .. 1. 1, i, -tr .lunch leit. ami ftftiuiti ........ ....' , cliiiniK that shun Iwi left his ensy Heat in tho ISennt.r to Himglii Ill me .oni.'n.s .. u.u world no iiikiusi .,., 1. "' i".", i- L.. 1' ',,...... sir . MiMitii. of ( 'iiliforiiin. .. ..V. ....... 1.. 1 ,. i.,.l.,. fur workiin; 1K.O- S 111 .11.1. ft", ."i.tf. t. r- - . . . pie la that Slalo. to Is- spldi lidly endowed at the cost nf wivorui millions, which .Mr. Stall ford .-an well spare, a he is worth Hloro thou FAi.tiuu.oia). y l1 I. .i;. Il.nf In tl.n V.Mil A It... f.ift.ft ftft. ft.ftfftl.fV ...... ... ...u II..... 1 nH..,i.irt .liuf..vnW 11. II. a fttl.t.lilft I.HT..I in .ft .(.UH...IJ u.n. .... . 1" " miud for Bt'loctiiig a priiotioiiiff pliyHioinn .... 11 Ift! .......... '01. iu .null.... lur inu uuicu 111 A-urum-i. x 0.0 u. Hhoiild lmvo attmntud nttoiition yours ..... v : . 1 n.1,-,1. a UK". ift..ftT lb Lriftii.icn uiu ift. iiift...v 1. liuor fooling nu tlio part of tlio peoplo nml ftwiikeiiing ol tlioeo gntmiliilitics which go to nitiko lito nioro liiglily ...;...i ...i ... .,;..ni.ia f...ftT. 11... I lift. ...ft.. V J1I I.'. ..."U. i. .. . . i: 4 1 nail tne iuisi.iriiiiiH 111. uuu iiinu iu bo iiiiiUt the medical clinrgo of n coroner ml,-. I.n.1 iP,..l..,iliil fr.K.1 IX flllioaLTO ninrgtto nnd practiced medicine along a.:.. : II. a mnuf Willi II1H ll.llt'ni, llliniliunn .ft. in .lift. mun. hYiuliish ilelight. I do not know which lie enjoyed bent, holding tho IiifiticHt or prncticing on hia patient and getting tlio victim ready for tin) qtieat. Ouo day ho wrote out n prcitcriplion nml li.fi-. il fur tun lo bnvo filled. I WlW KtiriiriH.'d to Hint that he hud mudn a niiHtuko nnd left a rough draft of tho ... ft i:..i .. Vermel lit my own cuw nuti ni " jitroru which ho hud miulo in memorim . . . ... .... .. . y tlnin. no ua to bo rewiy ior mo wumi. a 1 . . .ft:.... 1 ...i r won inarmed, ior i mil not mioiv uuii a V.11H in HoiliingerotiR n coiuliiion. Jto tmi tho n.lviintiigci of mo, for ho knew jitat Vfthnt ho w:ih giving tne, und how long biiiiinii life cm I, I l,i) HilHtuiticd under liia treatment. I did not. 'in... ;.. .!.. 1 ...v ii,al 4t.n ftftntf..uMiun At.iftft in .fti.jr .,t, ..... ..-.. of Tneilieitio nhoul.l not lio iillowed to n,...ll...l .u.n. II. ift nnlrtmll illllli 01 1110 coroner. They nro comdiuitly rlnxhinR nnd liifringing ii)mi each other's; terri tory. No man ought to follow hia fellow down to tho ltiyHteriotiH river that do linen tho lioittiihity between tho known nnd tho unknown, and charge him pro fiKMionully till bin mml Iiiih Hod, nnd then ehitrgo a per diem to tho comity r... ...v..... i.ttn Iiim it.ti.rii.il piftoiiomv nnd hol.litig an in. iii.'Bt over tho debris of niorliiltly. I tiioreforo nan turn movo- I ui'tli iuv nml wish II) I'lU'olint'TO it in every way. It poiiila toward a do . i - t . ...:.i l. greo 01 ciiiigiitennieiit wiin n inn u 1.. Htrotig ooiitriuit with the darker and more ignorant epnclm of time, when tho practice of medicine wiw united with the profeRHion of the barber, the well digger, tlio turner, ino v.-ieriuiiriini, or u C'nrotter. THE JOKER'S BUDGET. "MAT WK FIND TO H.MII.R OVEB IU THE llt.MOKOI'M PAPKUN. A KAtmOAL DIBCOCRSB. Littlo Jack "What did pa mean by saying that he was captain ot thi ship ?" Ma "Oh, that Is only his way ol saying that ho is the head of the house. .... , . . , . .. . . wnn V "ii pa is captain vneu wuv "Well, I suppose I am the' pilot. ' "Oh, yea, and then I must be the compass." "The compass ? Why the compass ? "Why, the euptnin and pilot are al ways boxing Uie compuss, you know. -I'Aia. Call. A Torso Alexandria miss Was asked bv her beau for a kiss, Jiemurefy contented She sweetly assented, And their lips looked exactly liko this. r-.-s lint her pa interrupted Ihe bliss, And said: "Who's this young feller, sis?" And without more ado The young fellow tlew, And his eyes l.s.ked exactly like this 0 Till! IIYN.VMITK EXPLOSIONS. Tho Lxcltrmi nl Tl.ry I nnaed Thro..lioul lire.ftl llriiiun. , 1 i,c tl.n explosion of dv,:,,.n and many alarming rumors pro a. . . ... havo been actively engage,, s..." -' -.,, inaearchingfor the, 1.'..?. the oiitragi s. 1 he ie;ir inat ... - ",, .,., the sii.iie .ort are to speedily H" 1" K that a largo force of police has been d ( to guard all the public buildings and . ur P 1 raibvav sla.ioi,s,'hile a nnmU T of . ete et.ft J havo been pined on duty in t h - vid eachnf the Cabin, t Minister a hnns s and a couple aio at tho .lis osal of each Minister to guard him to and from his rcsidu-.cu Ureal pressure is b.-ng brought b ar on tlu, (lovernnient tn'dVer .1 rea.d .. f 1 5. K 0 or thecapl.no nf the rsneswho caused tin x : l j-2 r,iHl for iiirni iiiiitioli which will I -i mt 'n'peln. were more or les.ln'ttrcd Among these ...e live women. All thew.-n.led are it, the ho pitiil. five, iiic'uding the poluo man, aro in a precarious con.li li- , 'lhoex,,losio'i. was most destiu; tWe on tho west side of Kt. Jan,, s's S,.ia.e. lh ' " Iowa in the Duke nf Cev.-lauds house and in tho War Onic In l'all Mall were shattered. i it Hi. James'" Theatre ll,eexpb,loi.""nnded like two claps of thunder. 1 no ","'"""" ."J;1" seizul with alarm which came near rea idling n a '".no Several ladies tainted and men started to their feet ready to stampede. ihe audi. nc was Anally quieted. Iho explosions created great havoo In tlie 1 Ji..r Ca.lt.... flub House. The club w.ll to mam closed several days. Tho dynandlo waa ' carried down tho iron sleps leading tn the kitchen and cellars. H was p.u. . - ..... ..... lar tinder the pathway, with a lighted fuso at tached. The npwa.d force of the oxp nslot, broke a lingo 1 i t"10 P.avT f"!'1 wrecked the basement apartments of the club CoL Maiendie, the government inspector of exph-lves, pronounces the material used In tl,5 explosion to be largely composed of an atlaa uiig tune hi AuawWSa I'ATAI. l l.Ot'll III UMTH. Herl.i.ia Ln l I lie 111 riitlloi-.it" nml i ulnr..o. 1 ... . . v:ilii. r'ulifornia. will. n VI in,,,.. .,.'.. ' , - snrh fury as to sweep away the house of I i ter Htewait iiu.l all its inmates, .oiis.sliiig id bnii s, If wife, niolb.-r, two chil. lien, and IL Wcia ner,' a sheep h.-rder. The Isnlies wero frighl fully inanglid, their clothing being tt.rn into shreds. , A cattle round up camp on J'rcnch.iifin Cr.ik near the Nebraska and Colorado line, mis ilestiov.d bv a tl,s.d last Thmsilay ami elev. 11 ciwlaivs, belonttnig in Coloiiulo and Nebraska, were ilioaiiul. 1 he l,".d was caused by a cloud burst, which occurred at a point m ar the bend ..r the Cbevrniie Indian trad canyon. '1 he water calm. itli such orce ...... .u-nft-i.ft-i.i.iliiiiL'in itsiKith. Men, ..in. " "".' . " horses, wagons, camping .mulls, all Were cai riid down tho alieuui DltOWNINi; -AM'.I.TV. lieiicrnl llnhrorlt nn.l ;.'rlviii-Wecre Inry l.nckey Two "I "',' . .: .1 ... il.., Treasury 1), nart- ... ... ...... :. ,.. ml 0. I' I'.ahcoek and 1 .... i 11. 'l.llik.V, log. lint Willi a gelillel.li.il .1 ..,., hue l..i 11 ihnwn. d "It thel loi V. 1....1. ...t..,..k 11. id l.iick.V w.ru inaeons. ... - . ,. l'l.sli . lit tiian, pinaie Pulicek has leen for some l'""' B ; . . . . ..... cm 1. , I,.., ic . in .1 Mi. I-1'" s' y, House. The body ol (leu. ml r.i.ncca ttiia re- euvend. o.,.r. ..I.iu llir (li.l.nn Trinte Tlie rnited Slates S, nnle passed Mr. .s,il,''r' bill, pmvi.ling lor t seeniini u.i. .e llie Hni.pleineiilal Coiiiiuercial 'lreatyor .No veinber 17, 1WII. between Ilm United Statesan, ... - .. . . r ill., unniin trinl" ft 11, III., in. ...e 1. ... 1 - - It pr, hibita Chinese sulijeets I mm l.ni,i. tint opium into the United Man s. ,"',l',,.l'',ll''l,n''11 1,01 muru iiuin Toon nor 1. ....... ', -,, prisoninei.l of not mom than six .110.1 I s 1 r less than thirty days. vesse ' ""'' , ;;, ehnrlerul ny a suoj'-. ft ' :- . ... under a I hiii.-se iihk. " -i,i,i-nnf o ,,. d ,,r chartered, sha'l perm- d t ' opium to any p.tf bnilnd H . . ..d H such opium shall I", seed U- . the-ship. aila,ii sniui nes.o.j. -to tho value of tho opium. Ilrcrenalna- Ihe Nnllonal lcM. Tc mo"hly debt -mi'. ,1,,, a decrease " y'H ,g debt during ?'";,fltal year ending May 81. lho t.ilaMi.irt , ( thlB t 4rnrrsV,B svailablo cash b a anos in (if nearly a,"n',""- XT n..K abideth these things which NOW TflKIlK Still ' thllay every mail can do -T t . a y Poke a flro P on ,,, ",ot,'or ."rlwry tiT-UiblOi-Cucnrii examine a railway uu"- S'un. - '' y.n write circus billB will bo Thb won wtow" c to learn tha t-w Uonarj- Tliin pliysieinn iilciiipoleiiiinry and Coroner extrnonliimry that I havo re ferred to, very frequently went to seo a patient with a lung tenter tinder ono arm and the llevineil KtntuteN tinner tno oilier. I'enplo never knew, when they saw him going to a neighbor's hnuso, whether tho eimo nn.l yietnen u u.o (Coroner's treatment or not. No one ever knew just when overtaxed nature would yield to tun Minnies in such touu , made and provided. When tho jury was ininniieleil, however, we ii.wiiyn anew Unit tho iiiv.lical treatment had been suc cessfully fatal. Dlico ho el.iirge.i tne ro.nny won an l.,...,,.Mt In. full uiirx of. but in llif) llit'llt tho patient got, delirious eluded his inn-He, tlie plivsieiiiii ami luiroiier, nun tl. .1 tn Ih., fniii lulls, where ho was taken care of nn.l t'liially leeovereil. Tho ex- MricuccH of Homo tu tno piu.o..i wuu escnped frotu this man rend more liko notion I him fact. Ono man revived dining the impieat, knocked tho foreman of the jury II, rough tho window, kicked the (lot-oner In tlio Htonmcii, ieu mm a bottle of violet ink. and, with a shriek ot lntighter, lied. Ho is now traveling under an iihHunied niinio with a mam moth circus, feeding his bald head to tho African lion twicu a day utf.t a week and found. Uit.t. J.v. Vci niont'.H Noted Sheep. t.. .... .tnri nf lb., world arc merino sheep bred to such wonderful perfection as in Vermont, nud in no part of Ver mont havo Htich excellent results been obtained aH in Addison county, ol wnicn ar:. 1. 11. .1. ...... iu I In. ubin. Ii. U'll. Moll JI11....I. Uttt.T como all tho way from Australia at tracted by tlm initio 01 11. two h p, .". buy them nt pri"H which run up into tlHitmaiids of dollars for a single animal. Tho Vermont Merino Sheep breeders Association is believed to be tho largest live slock orguiiiwition in the world. It luiH a membership of 1,200 from twenty one different Ktutes, nud is increasing nt tho ruto ot mm a year. ....... v.....,tut .....i-inoM urn in detliatld in Mexico, tho Western and Middle States, and a maiKel is expeeteu ior ii I.. K.tui.i America nun miruimnft. Liiei). ... . - - . ii ... s titi.il eitoiiineH no ii. it nave 1MIV lll.ftft -""" . merinos 't their own. iu Aunuuim .. ..... ii.,..i.u ul Lulu-eon ono nun iwo Vll.-r.i ... ..'" - - - . , . :n:.... I......1 .ttii.li ..ml l.in tietl ur ineriinm linn..... ..,, .-- , , . ,,v. in that country Havo som ior iMi,m.. v... v.. rill. .in. leans even ;vii-ft- . .u. - -- - - - t..l .a in tllltllltV. H11U AUMirilll lltn IllttU lllllil Hi ' I ,M - - . i ti laiiv iii'r irtHMnii Hin'Cp miu the (Jreeii Motinti.in Slate. I.asty.ar V 1) liarloti, ol wiimiiuii, soi.i ii.ft-.jr . ' , i... ii... , ,,r aid mil). uein. i'i ."ft, r.,if. . - - - ... Men from nniong Iho Vermont sltoop owners have traveled through Spain Jo seo il they could lind better havo returned, with Ih ' JSu K A FIHRND TO FELINES, A gentleman of Detroit, gays tho J-W.c J'rrnn, who is fond of using old sayings and speaking in metaphors, wollt to mi, it at a iiouno inui " r.,iit; ho was aeconipuuied ly meuer- man laiuiioru. "Nioo hnuso," said the would-be ten ant;" plensaut location, but the rooms aro too HDiall. I couldn't swing k cat hero I" , , , "Vol vtw that?" inquired the land lord. , , . "l'ftooms aro not big enough to swing a cat in." "Vot fur yon vants lo sving der cat 1" i.w'l.u t n.i.rbl. want to. and if I should, thero is not room enough," said tho American, laiigiting. "I likes not dcr cat tor sving mine liotisn in," said the landlord, and went linnin. Tlm next day the gentleman who wanted to rent received a noto : "Mink Fiikn : I rents my house py a family initont cats. Yaooii Smitd." TUB! nit KIRSRU lTRn. "Johnnie," said a Secoud street girl to her bashful company, as they occu pied remote ends of tho sofa the othoi night. ' see by the Derrick that a huly in Now Jersey, 101 years old, bniLsts of having been kissed by Wash ittgton." "Yes," said Johnnie. "I saw it, too." . . . ' . . . "Suppose you were to uecomu a grew man liko Washington." "Well," said .loliiinio. "And I were to livo to bo 104 years old." "Well?" said. Tohnuio. i.r ,....,!.!.,'! ..,.f iMii what tlm old lad v said of Washington, conld 1?" Then ho kissed her. OU City Dcr rid:. lmvo reliii'iied '"" ' i ... found, and that. tru fe . 1 ,. oiid but many l'v h"1 nwT0 ihtin nun in," nrnner at- .nu i oil to gi ft'.'j .-I i - . (.niinu.. I. , . has the If.l.tlO.t. Ul 11 l. - . ,., Insary euro. Tho sheep en.oy h fltllv; they Have, tno nimu." . "i (heir winter houses aro moduli, of waiuitu and cnmlort. Ministers l Maine. Tho Tiowislou Journal, bi.js: IU'Ccntly ..' . Il.tl.l.'.r.l ,11, ll'.lllleil Mr. uranvniu !" ,v about a down other Generous he-art-i . .- I.' .in I........ in the imrson- I'll DIUIl '"J"'"! " . aim with two horses and asaw, and sawed T . ..A ni..j bard wood. nlinni mi - - ,,'. which t hev, witn otners, naucii., .... . nml oivoti w inu u.. inu-., -- twm others split and put a largo part ol it under cover. This is tho third time in three years Hint Mr. Dawson has been niutor of the church that thoy have done tho samo. Din ing this timo he turn kept no cow, haa purchased no butter r 1 . -. . annnlv of all bis 1 nan nan u i.co.-i.-"b "- rrv I . i ... Vfti .inn hourshea IlamllV wininni ft" - v;., w of rullk that have been given to him tiiia kind and geuerouB people. SI'HINO OS TUB FABM. We'll rart the lolister on the hosi. The nvsler Im-.1 we II Rayly weed, The cranberry jelly tree we'll Ho", And save the iiiaciunni seed. ihe beetroot snuar we will Ret lly lai,,ii,K nf the hickory tree. Ilorsii ehestniits in the npi uig we II set, 'J hat ill tho autumn colts will be. We'll prune the climbing snrghuro vino, We'll din the rnta bi.ua pear. The rlam shall Willi llie pea entwine, And b,jth shall, mingling, blimsoin there, The llerkshirc coat Us wool shall shed, 't'l... Ii.....iiiti .'.tur k1h.II feed UU hav. We'll milk the ducks, all IhonmRhbreil, That steal the i-kk the s.iuirrelii lay. a KiNW.Y srmiT. liXT....Mt aftnnlr in l.lnl amilfn. tlAVPr l" .ftft.ft.jft .ft "'1 " " ' r. i - nniil thn mnn iu the twoed suit as heshul liia teeth together. "(.ill, como now, lies yur ui friend." renlied tlio one with tho whit I'lHR1'"1- , ....ft,.,. "llo can t no. no nau a puny ua wo hotisn and nover invited me." That p.ovts Ins friendship neyonu qneHtion. Ho IW. invited no less than twelve of your ermlitors and ho realized what your portiou would be." now to ovr-jit rinu. i'...v bow mnch do von want for that string of tWi?" mked an amateur nsliormnn on ins way nniuu uum uj sport. Tlio liny niitneii inn iniou. "All right, there's your money. How just throw nie the tlsh," and ho dexter ously caught them. "Talk about catching fish," ho said, as be pursued his way A SAFB rt.aCB. First Cinolunutinn "What a fearful riot that was. I lout several dear friends "'.Siwiid inoinnatMn "Wenjoa hurt y""x',l'- i'wiis wo.in.hxl wlifto standing -A my vn d.sirstep, but only slightly. fi'royonlmrt?,;i . "Oh I not at an. x wiw m .. While the rioting was going oil. 'Where were you r "Ju jail." AK AnlSTOCUATIO FAUITiT. nv....n Afr Hmvthe comes from a fine family, does ho not?" . ' f il.. mful .rialn. "Oh, my, yes; oneui mo u...... cratio and exclusive in all New Yort. "Is the family of Dutch or English anosstry, do you know?" .... r . altftiftf. Innii "1 UOU l auow auynuuR anoMtry. All I know is that old rnan Smythe made over a million dollars mir ing the war in government cuuuauw. Phi la. Evening Call. Ltl'K AMONO TUB MOHJlono. . .. . ft.. ....'Id I.. hl ! "MV dear, sain a nioiumu "" IhualJid, "I should think JtalJ- would be naiiamcu u. - fi with thai, Miss U. a.H y.m did in ohuron does tho happy event occur?..