The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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fVAU e« mmunlcatlont (or this paper should
be •ccompauifd by the name ot the author. not
neoceaartly for publication but as an •rlileiKe
of good tatth on the part of the writer. WrtU
only on one side of the paper. Be particularly
careful in giving names and dates to have the
letters and figures |>lal« and distinct.
ae? If you want to lot re should be proved and that 1 should bo
alive g.i at once, or I'll happy with him
fiufrors round your throat
BUT, HE CAN T TALK
I am an old horse from a livery stable.
I Oould tell a lot ot thing*. If I were able
How, In the soft September nltfbt.
John Henry found Huprt-me delight
In driving me to Thompson's farm.
And back again with but one arm.
Although Joliu Henry, when alone,
Was wont to drive with more than one.
How. when the moou with yellow light
Put golden edges on the ulght.
That gay and giddy Hiram Urown
Went driVlUJ Just outsl'le th>- t. wn,
To w here a bridge, beyond i knoll,
Could not be crossed, unless a toll
Wire 11 ' I to him. though there was none
When tilram drove across ulono.
How. when the sweet June roses bloomed,
Anil *11 the darkness was perfumed,
That sent mental Fairfax While
Would hire me every other night,
Ami through the lanes go driving slow,
The mea:.while murmuring soft and low.
To w hom I never could exactly see-
But Fairfax didn't talk to ma
o release them-"
answered Mary, quite
steadily, ••llut remember what 1 have
said. I shall keep my word.' and with
that she left
Mary hurried home, and when she
reached there she buiran to feel the ef-
fects of the interview
"Glbeon was right," she said to her-
self. '•Savannah is mad, and probably
I atn not altogether well." he
"I'm worried, too. a bit \«>u are
quite wrong about Savannah 1 know
that she is quite respectable and is to
be trusted." continued Gorringe, dog-
• And I um sure she is not, returned
Mary, with as much emphasis. Now,
wherever can Mr i'harnley be? He
must have gone I cannot stay. What-
ever it is he wants to say must
John Me Rrltle.
era, the mo
she is Lucy Howell. Hut how is that the morning."
to help us, supposing she will not ( She got up from herchairand walked
speak?" towards the door.
Then it flashed upon her that this "Don't go, Mary, said
confirmation of (iibeon l'rnwle's story > standing in front of the do,
was also a proof that he had been nink- go it isn't often I get the chance of
ing inquiries; and that sin* had having you to myself Stay awhile
wronged him in supposing he had beeu here." lie spoke with gentle pe
merely wasting the time in order that suasion.
Tom miKht get convicted. -This is no time for yieldingto feel-
l)ec. 14—Samuel t oinp
conservative of thelahor ,
.-day, the man who pre ,t ..
•nl trouble last suuiinei Mr
.■at Debs strike by refa • | -
■ n a sympathy strike by (
the Federation of l.alnir. «a^ defeated ,...
for re-electiou for president of the N:i- u.t
uit till t iona I FederationofLabor.yesler.la.vbv
John McBride, president of the I nlte l .
Mine Worker-., and the — who pre
eipitate.i the L-reat miners' strike last j.
sprint-which resulted in the defeat .'I ti.
, the iniuers at nearly all point" t on
f scrvalive labor leaders here dect.i!' 11.
,, that the result of the election is the de ...
feat of the conservative policy and the «
establishment of an era of attttresslvc m ,
A CORNER FOR ART.
,n,, Ost.Y one marble statue of the human
Igure with eyelashes is known. It is
i ,,f he sleeping Ariadne, one « f the gems
> ti f the Vatican, and was found in 150.1
1 fitor Iacciiksi has modeled a statue
f Shelley fur the monument to tv
, itmud at Vis i;. ffgto Mar the spot
vhore the pnet's body was washed ,
Miarles I .
the head a
at Oxford a | ortrait of
omposed of miuute letters,
id rutT eoutaiu the booh of
■ Apostles' creed and the
i sr of Herod the
:o be authcntii
ired at JormutU
dy the Kussiui
11K SKY Most I
lure of a liret.
It has been bought
t the >
With Jingling M-l!s 1 ve had to go,
And. tbtM. 'i 1 d pull the sleigh wilh ease.
We'd go e ) slow I d nearly Irce/o.
And yet la uuv kind of storm
That Henry lilack kept nice ami warm,
Except Oi: • night -lie was alone -
Just why o me was never known;
1 kftOW h- « '
Ana Henry nearly froze to death.
Oh: 1 in an oldhoMe from a livery Mul lo:
I could tell a hit of thlags, If I were able.
—Will J Lampton, In Puclt
•This is no time for
ings of friendship,
"There is work to bo done suru.ua
und important work."
• llut Mr. I'harnley will be disap-
pointed. Stay a little longer. It is such
' a pleasure for me to have you alone,
" k to look at y<
,* me, to know
This brought about a fresh revulsion
of feeling. If Glbeon wiu« really
anxious to get Tom acquitted, it seemed
perfectly clear that he himself could
not be the murderer, since, as he him-
self had said, he would have been a
fool to Interfere and run the risk of ! all to
drawing attention and suspicion to i you ar
Next day she caught sight of Suvan- i "I cannot let you talk to me
nah walking in the direction of the j again, Mr. (lorrlnge. 1 am lom lo \-
mill. Site was not at her looms, how- lance's promised wife.
ever, and when Ueuben Gorringe came i "Hut Tom is not free yet, lass. e
to speak to her during the afternoon j has to think about getting away from
Mary asked him whether he had seen this charge before he thinks of a prom*
Snvnrrah. ised wife."
"1 have not," said Gorrlrge. "She j "Hut I shall free him. Let me go,
sent word this morning ti.:.t she could I please." , , , n.hdidi
not come to work to-day. She is not "I cannot let you go like this, ho ^
| very regular now. What I want to said, his voico trembling.
say is that Mr. Charnley wants to see "What do you mean?" slie cried, a
j you in the office now. There Is some- j shadow of fear for the llrst time cross-
j tiling fresh about Mr. Cootie's death. 1 j ing her thoughts.
I think it is good news." She was alone with him in a great
Mr. t'harnlcy was the new proprie- building, in a room shut away in the
tor Mr. Coode's nephew and lielr. very heart of the mill, where not even
"1 shall have finished this cut In a | a sound could possibly reach the out-
few minutes," she said, pointing to , side.
I one of her looms, "and will come I "I mean that I cannot let you g
then." I from me without an answer
i was no excitement attending
tlon of president. It
the start that the question ha«l
as the individual
. I forming a
otided by j
Daily and Mcl'iaith. ^'L.-.i'
nominated by \ ice l*resi« t«-r« i 1
union, und iicienc
Mary followed in about a quarter of questions I have been asking you for
an hour, but Mr Charnley was not in j some days. If I consent not to give
"He has had to go out.
I don't |
said Gor- i
ringe, "and will not l>o back for an '
hour or two. lie was sorry, but said
it must keep until he came back," and i
with that Mary went back to her !
She waited anxiously, expecting a
summons to the office, but none came;
and when the day's work ended Mr.
Cliarnley had not returned. for blood, and a broken piece of iron
"I am surprised," said Gorringe. I with which he was making an^experl-
"lie was so positive and said he must ' mcnt for a dangerous weapon.
tell you to-night, as it was important, i Without a word he turned to tho
" * safe, and took out the packet she had
the evidence will you promise not to
see Tom again?"
"No, certainly not- a thousand times
no! If you will give the evidence you
must give it; though be sure it is evi-
dence, and not such rubbish us you
made up at Tom's cottage."
"Made up at Tom's cottagc!
understand you." t JUVUI ■
"1 mean when you mistook red paint ..r,.
1.1 1 1 „ nlnna of I Mill I ljU j ,
THE OLD MILL MYSTERY
By Arthur W. Marchmont, U. A.
Author or "Minor llomllej'* Secret," "Madeline
Power," " Ity Whose Hand,"
" Ac., Ar.
[Copyright, ISO-'. by the Author.l
"You want to anger mo, Savannah,"
Raid Mary, at length; "and if it were
for myself that I am pleading you
would have succeeded. Hut in this
cause I have no feeling but determina-
tion that the truth shall come out. I
want to win you to speak the truth for
no reasons but love of the truth. W hy
will you persist in keeping silent? '
"Oh, don't sit maundering and drivel-
ling there. Go away. It's a pity
voitre not both going to be hanged in-
stead of only one of you. If you want
a reason why I don't mean to go up ^
and tell what you call the truth, anil I [ should think ho will be sure to find
call lies. I'll (five you one. 1 hope Slime ,vay „( telling you. llu may call I brought to him before. When he saw
Tom will be hanged. When It's over tttour cottage." what she hail done he liehl it nut in
he'll be a great deal happier out of the ,,)lt n<> mcssu(,e camc llntU It was front of him. looking from it to the
world than In It. especially with you," in(; allrk, Iina ,ilcn Reuben tlor- girl and back again.
j ringe came himself with a letter from "I see what you have done." he Raid,
I the mill owner asking Mary to go to : in a hanl, linn tone. "This is your
tho mill ut onee, as the writer had good j work to cheat me. You will repent it,
cwb to tell. j he said, deliberately.
• vanished. She tossed , Th(J "ffirl wus ln a flutter Gf excite- | "You have cheated yourself," she an-
ent, and went at once. When they j swercd. "Hut I have given you my un-
reached tho mill Gorringe closed and t swer. I will go."
locked the yard gates behind them, and j lie was silent for a lengthy pause as
I did the same with the large heavy I if in thought. Then he looked up and
; doors which led in to the factory Itself, j spoke:
j Then he led the way through the now ; "You have mistrusted me and tried
gloomy and deserted building to the to trick me. You have succeeded in
I office. « | that; but you have made my task
I "Where is Mr. Charnley?" asked easier than f thought to find it, Mary.
! Mary, stopping on the threshold when ; I also have cheated you. It was I who
burning, i sju, "Kliw t|le 0fgce waH empty and tho ; wrote the note
| gas turned down. l to get you here
! "Ho must have gone out for a mo- me. I also hi
ment. Never mind, he'll be here di- | brought you he
rectly," said Gorringe, leading the way
i in. "Sit down."
"Was ho here when you left to cotno
j to me?" she asked.
"Certainly ho was. Don't worry
I yourself;" and having turned up the
Ml settled, so fur as tlu-
mbers were concerned.
s nominated by Delegate
and the nV.nination
• that dent Henna, of the Mine
t>,,v. seconded by Mr. Allen.
" ! The vote proceeded without incident.
ll„ The result of the vote was: Mcllride,
make the vote unanimous
for Mcllride, but objection was made.
I 01 iirM vice president T ■' Morgan
of Chicago, ami John McGuirc. of I'hil-
ununited. The vol*
lire, 230 for Morgan*
The election was made unanimous
,lames Dunean, of Haltimore. wa?
inatle second viee president by a vote oi
l'.Is.'i to <V0 for Charles Hechttdd, of st
mul China pusn'tl
1, lii".'; liomperi
tlrst known In China,
■ht to Kurope in the
with the Knights of l.abor
For third viee president ,1;
tell and llhoily Kenehan. <
were nominated. The result
to"the | ,5(); Kenehan. 1
oatlonK hill if pa-
. .1 W
Denver; .1 Mahlon
delphiu; A. McCraith
ard II. Met calf, of India
Evans, the present iuet
J. Linehan, of Chicago, \
ed. Evans withdrew o
that he represented
. Hrainwoo 1. ol
trues, of I'kila.l1,^,;
if Hoston; Kich- itiou
i the >
elathiK to the p lyiii«-
intH'tion with the
s udopteil l'rlvat
mine I uretl ut tho evening si
,,f > Jouruetl until Moiitluy
nates, und the milltar]
$IST,87. leitk thuu tin
ii, uiitl the bill passfil it ti
[ Htute for thocorresiMtntlfin'
mi) In the hill I
and she laughed again.
"That's the reason of a mad
Raid Mary, firmly and deliberately.
In a moment all the assumed calm- | un<1 ,mportant,
ness of the other vanished. She tossed Tht, ,rirl wus
the work from her to the ground and, j
with a fierce wrath blazing from her
eyes and llaming in her
and faced the other.
"Take care! Take ca:
go too far," she cried, stretching out |
hor hand and threatening Mary.
"There is a limit to my patience, and |
if you go too far I won't answer for my-
threatening glances with steady
flinching gaze, watching every move-
ment the other made.
"You will not frighten me." she
said, quietly. "I tell you again that
if the reason you give for your strange
and guilty silence is what you really
think, you are a mad woman. '1 he j
proper place for anyone who takes j
pleasure in the death of a fellow-
creature is the place from which Lucy
Howell escaped a lunatic asylum.
In an instant the other reeled as if
under the force of a violent blow. Then |
she recovered herself and, glaring j
vengefully at_ Mary, with a storm of
passion disfiguring her handsome face: ,
"You she-devil, what do you mean? j
The words came from between her
clenched teeth, and, rushing suddenly
and swiftly upon Mary, she seized her j
by the throat, as though to strangle
her, shaking her violently in the fierce j
frenzy of furious wrath that posi
one in the mill with |
succeeded. I have
to tell you that you I
must be my wife. You are in my power |
here; and if you will not be mine, then '
the consequences will l>e on your own
lie spoke with deep earnestness and I
concentrated passion, made more uu- i
stepped back a couple of paces and
hite and !
... . „.t , WIIK
Drganiznt utn had been « u • ' mu offered a i
sident lirainwood withdrew , mry ofthf tie
of Mcl'raith. both representlna ! lax revulatt.
union. The fii*st vote
i; McCraith, ! 'W1
Metcalf, -I-; Linehan. .vi'.i <>n tin-
Keeoiul vote Metealf's name wasdroppe !
and the result was: Harnes. :mI; Me
Craith, 1,09*1; Linehan. Tiie «1.
lion of McCraith was made unanimous
on motion of Mr. Linehan. I poru-.i fuvoruble
; l'or treasurer. John H L'.•nnon. the
present incumbent, was noinin it. d. 1' | Vl-p.'otr> Hott!
M. Mcllride nominated Muhon. but tin svtiifh eurries
latter declined on account of the prox | .!- then call-
iinity of his home to Cana hi. and Len h usseil. .v > <
non'was elected by uceluinution. TOo
; For the place of the next nn-el:
♦he federation New York un I St.
were placed in nomination. Tho
was: New York, 1,335; St. I^ouls,
Delegate l.ennon moved that tw
tcrnal delegates he sent lo the I
trades congress, to be hel l in C;
Wales. Ii was carriod, and 8
,1. McGuire. I . 11 I
McNeil, < f Hoston.
lomination. < ioinp.-r
re t ho-
ilullon calling upon tlie soere
Ury for n copy of the lucoiu
Several hrhlguand local bill
and tho Hunuto reHumed dchato upo
tht' Nicaru^'uu canul bill whleh continued tint
the senate went into executive session ut I
•'clock When the houM met Mi Horms
« H e offered u resolution for the abrogation <
the I'lnyton-Uulwcr treaty us It wus an <>i
stude t. the connlructlon of un iM-eanlt-1-una
The hill to protect public forests passed, un
Sprinucr, from the blinking committee, rc
ruble the new currency bill, wide
.f the seeretury of tli
Walker presentetl a ininorlt
rdered printed. The armv bli
uu appropriation of ♦M.'.w se
tlnw It Wkh a ronltlvn l l
j The salary of a cleric
curse und a blessing, ut
I uses it. If he spends ev«
knowing he is going C
much t«i spend, it is a et
I iruiiles his expenditure
shall save so much everj
i i^ a blessing for him, for
| to regulate his wants.
ing us he
ent of it,
but if lie
ir. then it
nhlcs h i in
the fut ii
Tlie struggle betwc
tvas short and sharp.
and the door, leaning against the wall.
"Is there any fresh news, Mary?" he then faced him, her features w,
asked. In as indifferent a tone as he ""
could assume. "You know that I am
bound to sp« ak at the next hearing. 1
cannot put it off any longer. Have you
found out anything?"
"I have found out everything," an-
"How do you mean everything?"
asked Gorringe, sharply.
"I know wiio murdered Mr. Coode—
or at any rate I know who broke into
the mill on the night of his murder,"
answered the girl.
to try ami
quarters. Saturday Indiai
troit, Washington. Hrooklv
ville had been placed in i
Indianapolis and ashinyt
only contestants lo-d:i.\
suited Imlianaptdis, l.."J
THE DANK TRA<
A Suuifi'Htloii Tlmt tin' ll..uk
, la.. De.
vho look upon a sala
exp.'cted to spei
Washington. 1 | he
Corxcu. Hi t i
ling developments were
day afternoon in relatio
ington suicide, which rc
full of determination.
"Do you mean that y
me here with a lie in oi
force me to be your wife?" j ington suicide, which resulted
"I have brought you hero to t^jll you I jngtou' victims employing a
of my love, Mary," he said. |,t.y t(> look out for their interests dur-
"Love!" she cried, with ineffable jnjf t|,e jnqUe8t. The new feature was
scorn. "Lovel Why. you are the Uj,e suggestion given color by friend*
basest coward and villain I have ever I of tjK imnu clerk that he did
known." not suicide, but on the contrary was
And she stood before the man, drawn j shot j,v HOim. OIM, in the room at
to her full height, and she looked him i tju. time Huntington began to shoot
daunt%"ssly ami resolutely in the fuee. | This theory w as advsi
"Who was that?"
"Glbeon Prawlc. It was he w
in the mill that night."
"What!" exclaimed Gorringe,
„hihl in Savannah's grasp, and having I edly. "No, it can t be; you re mis-
bee ti caught unawares had not even j taken," he nilded after a moment, in a
power toeall out. After a single effort j quieter manner.
she ceased to resist, and concentrated "No, I am not mistaken. He knows
all her power to prevent herself from i that I know it."
yielding to fear and from losing her j "Hut it's impossible. It must be im-
possible," said Gorringe.
presence of mind.
Savannah's flood of passion ebbed
almost as suddenly as it hail risen.
Her hands relaxed their hold, and, let-
ting the other slip from her grasp, she
hid her face and burst into a storm of
Mary felt instinctively that was just
the critical moment, in which the great-
est tact was necessary if she was to
hope to accomplish the object of her
visit; and she waited in silenee for Sa-
vannah to speak.
Impulsively the latter dashed the
tears from her eyes, and turned to
"Why do you come here to try me
like this? Why do you say such things
lo provoke me and drive me out of all
Keif-restraint? Go away. If you are
hurt I am sorry; but anyone would
llare up at being called such things.
You brought it on yourself. Go away."
"Will you not say what you know
about Tom, Savannah?" asked Mary.
•1 am sorry, very sorry I angered you.
:Hut if you will but speak what you
3<now, we can forget all this."
Savannah cast a quick, furtive,
suspicious look at Mary, which the
latter affected not to sec.
"I cannot, I cannot!" she exclaimed,
wringing her hands and weeping again.
"You do not know—you cannot know.
"You cannot! Why not? Who's to
prevent you? It is only tho truth that
I want you to tell," said Mary, aston-
ished at her answer.
"I have told the truth. Tom was
not with me. rl never saw him that
night. I did not. 1 did not. I did
not." She repeated the words rapidly,
and shook her head like a child the
1 "Yes, you did," returned Mary,
calmly. "And what is more, it will be
proved that you were together; and if
you persist in swearing what is not
true you will be put In prison yourself."
i "Have you not had warning enough?"
Savannah said, angrily. "Ho y°u
want me to do you a real mischief?
<lo. before I do It. I won't be forced
to speak by you or anyone. Go away,
and she pushed back the chair on
which she snt as if making ready for a
Mary's heart sank then.
-I have tried to be your friend, Sa-
vannah, and you won't let me," she
Huid, resolutely. "It is not my fault if
YOU drive me to other steps. The story
you can tell is necessary to prove Tom s
"ixl ti ll it you Khali; " "
has to 1m draiorud J'""- 1
y„ur Kccrwt, ami, if yott will i>"' *! '""
without my uninK it. then I worn you
1 shall use it. I will tflvo you till toj
•nnrrow night to make your decision.
Surannuh sprang to lier flH't
••Go!" she sried.
"You dare to
'Y.'hy impossible for Gibeon if pos-
sible foi 'rom? How can that be?"
"Eh? Oh, i tn,.,in all the other things
prove that it wa« To . Tliey ull point
to one conclusion."
"Then they art; all wrong, a I said
they were from Mie first."
"How are you going to prove that
Tom wasn't in the mill, then?"
"Hy Savannah's evidence," answered
Mary, confidently. 'I have found out
a means of making her speak tho
"The deuce you have!" said Gor-
ringe, hastily. "You've not been idle."
Then with a slight laugh, as of annoy-
ance or admiration: "What have vou
found out about her?"
"The secret of her life," said Mary.
"Do you know anything of her past
life?" she asked. "I will not tell you
all I know, because I do not wfcdi to
betray her if she tells the truth. Hut
she is not what she pretends to be."
The man stared long and earnestly
at the girl before he replied:
"You arc wrong. The man who has
caused all this trouble is Tom.Roy-
"Well, we shall see. I say that I
have the evidence that will clear him
even from suspicion."
"Evidence!" cried Gorringe, "what
evidence have you? If, as you say,
Savannah Morbyn Is mad, how will she
"Mad!" cried Mary, looking at him
very suspiciously. "I did not say she
was mad. Do you think she is?"
"You said so—eli? Oh, well, I thought
you did," answered Gorringe, with con-
fusion, which did not escape his com-
panion's notice. "Well, it's the same
thing if she has some disreputable
"I did not say even that it was dis-
reputable," answered Mary. "Hut you
seem to have thought she was mad.
"How on earth should I know. 1
..^tiling about her and her sc-
llut 1 say I should notaccept her
evidence in Tom's favor against the
••It's not for you to say what evi-
tlenee may be given," answered Maty,
warmly. "You ure not the judge.
What I have now found out will make
Tom's innocence clear no matter what
other evidence may be given."
••Do you mean that you do not mind
the evidence I have to give?"
••I mean that we shall prove that
Tom was not in the mill—was not any-
where near it when tho deed was
done," answered Mary.
• You set me at defiance, then.
"Set you at defiance? What «an you
mean? How strange you are \aa
said before that nothing would please
;ou more than that Tom's Innoeenee
He gazed at her for a moment with
as passionate admiration nml love in his
' eyes, and then rushed forward to take
it- I her in his arms.
is- I For a moment she was panic-stricken,
but tho next her eyes fell on the dead-
ly iron bar which lay on the table,
she snatched it up and held It aloft
"Stand back!" she cried.
And Reuben Gorringe quailed before
the dangerous light which flashed
from her eyes, and for a moment hes-
itated. Then he darted forward, and
with a quick movement wrested the
bar from tho girl's hand and tossed it
to the other end of the room.
Then ho turned and faced her, and
stretched out his hands to take her to
Hut she drew back as dauntlcssly as
[TO BE CONTINUED.]
nod, as it was
•use if the re-
is own hands,
lenc.' to bear
A CANINE CASABIA NCA.
learned that the bullet
ton's brain was much smaller thai
ones fired into the two bond coin p.
examiners and that th
head was not pte-der h
thought would be tin
volver had been held ii
There was no other e
out the theory.
REORGANIZING THE ARMY,
N<>m*tor Hawley'* Itlll Introduced Frovld. |
liiK Also for mi liicreanc.
! Washington, Dee. 18. Senator Haw-
I ley yesterday introduced a bill for the
reorganization and increase of the i
army, it provides a battalion of en- j
' gineers as now organized, ten regi-
: lucnts of cavalry, live regiments of ar-
tillery and twenty-five regiments of in-
fantry. The bill also provides that there
I shall be one colonel und one lieutenant.
colonel, one adjutant and one quarter*
j master in the cavalry and Infantry reg-
iments, and allows two majors to the
infantry and cavalry, while it gives
I the urtillery companies three majors.
I The president is to direct the number
of privates in all cases. The bill pro-
vides for promotions, which, after the
vacancies caused by this act are filled,
are to be made by seniority from the
I next lower grade in the several armies.
smaller, in reality
jn.sy. When one has
ury long enough ho begin
nine hundred dollar!
family and bought a
fortaide little home.
firm he was with be
Increase in salary,
readied the sum «
dollars a year.
if lie had been
snug sum year!,
dollars; but lie did nothing of the kind;
The increased salary enabled him to
get a horse. Iiis wife more expensive
bonnets, and his duughter a piano and
music teacher, and tho truth was lie
found it harder work to make both
ends meet than lie had in the old days.
And when his affairs were probated
hist spring his entire property consist-
ed of a house and lot he had paid for
when he wasworkinsr for nine hundred
dollars a vear. Hardware.
inn ut Si. Petersburg. '
i, tho artist, whose pie-
1 Interior was the tlrst
Kork from an American brush t« be
received into the Luxembourg, returned ,
to America tho other day. ufter an ab-
lenee of twenty years, lie Is to reside j
In New York
Fhkhkuu-k M \< Monmks, whose mag
nilicent fountain afforded so much
pleasure ut the world's fulr In Chicago,
Is to design the bronze Quadriga, or
embemntic war chariot und horse,
tvhit-h is to surmount tho tho soldiers'
and sailors' arch in Hrooklyn at the en-
trance of l'rospect park.
WHERE BATTLES RAGE.
Kivk iiirNimnn earthquakes shock the
und were 1
In China a man who killed his father
was executed, and along with him his
schoolmaster for not having taught
j him better.
| Japan is a corruption of the Chinese
word Shi-pcn hue, which means Tool
of dav," or "sunrise kingdom," bccutiw"
Japan Is directly cast of China.
Tint Chinese are known to have built
several fine suspension bridges before
the opening of tho Christian era Hue in j
the province of human, built in tho
I year OV) A. D, is still In excellent con-
I China's imperial canal is the largest J
. I in the \v9rld and greatest in point of
trufllo. Its length Is twenty-one hun-
dred miles, and it connects forty-one
cities situated on Its bunks. It. was
completed In 13ftO ufter six hundred
s years spent on its construction.
II Mo nil than half the street railway
'' tnih ngc in the United States is now
1 operated by electric power.
•1 , At Leeds, Kngland, the
' i trie clock which bus bee
'! , ticking since IMO. Its nu
^ ! natural electricity.
I ! Gkrman civil engineer
monument In Herlin to t
v | Dr. Werner von Slouieni
' olectrlcian und Inventor.
Thk natives of Australia use tclo-
II graph wire to make bracelets, ear-
rings and nose-rings, and tear down
the telegraph linos for that purpose.
In Australia horses and cattle aro
now being branded by electricity from
storage butteries. The temperature Is
uniform und the brand safe and
A I.ITTLR bit of ehec-e and an electrio
wire form the lutcst rat-trap. Tho
cheese is fixed to the wire, and the in-
stunt tho rat touches the cheese I10 Is
shocked to death.
KnisoN says there Is practically no
limit to the speed that
N all receipts for cooking
requiring a leavening agent
the ROYAL BAKING
POWDER, because it is an
absolutely pure cream of tartar
powder and ol 33 per cent,
greater leavening strength than
M ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. jS
• ion or ti
if the infant, I*''.*., will he inmii
naiiae lelatiutf I" II..-tetter s
;ers, pillilislii'd ut l'iltMlnii>'li.
, the fumous
ilouliln tho Qumitlly. S. nu« I rin
Bu-'h in the highly Important • limit'
i v the proprietors of that Matulaiil --
i'err.v Havu' l'uiu Killer, f<-r intei
external use. This will he very a.
l„ Dm pnlill.'. .m.l wi'. .l.«ilitl.-- "• a
largely increased deinund for this justly
1 can recommend l'lso's Cure for Con-
motion I- -u: . rvrs from Asthma K l>.
I'. .w \si:\i , I t Howard, Wis., May 4, 'W.
TIIKT AUK Tun
Fllrtl.v Is so tondei
prelouiler." I'droit l'ree rres%
I'ciiK your cough with Hide's Honey of
Hi'ivhoiiml and Tar.
Pike's Toothncho Props Cure in one minute.
A pvi'i'.a that is always full of good points
i Y "When
you get do
So. I couldut; she
proposed to Miss
A Clilhl Knjojii
The pleasunt flavor, Beiitloiietlon and
iiiKeffect ol Hvruj) of h'itfs, win- ••
a laxative, and if tho fatlic
•orttlve or bilious, tlie
♦nits follow ils use;
family remedy km
ther l o
>.t gratifying re
thai 11 is the iM'st
ami every family
cs is prospering. Isn't he
eh. lie's got now
b )d poison.
InIuihI It on to riitylitK t'urill.
you send l.* cents In stamps or coin to
n Bbbastiam, Oon'l Pass Agent, 0., R.
. P. It'y, Chicago, you will receive post-
niHho—"What aro these
Ho "It is wit inwater-y
ST. JACOBS OIL
TO MAKE YOU
OF PAINS RHEUMATIC, WtURAtOIC, LUMBAOIC AND SCIATIC.
Be on Guard
able to live
he ought to save
on fifteen hundrc
How Spot Showed the Stuff of Which II
"Spot" was a Hrooklyn dog. without
noted ancestors or pedigree; but he had
something better—a w orthy character.
He might pass as a kind of Casabianca
among dogs. . .
Each morning before going to bust- ;
ness in New York his master conduct- j , *7'
ed family worship, to which -hpot ; BiiA7.lI.,
and would not deaoi t his piacc no mat forcod to release him by
tcr who called, or what inducement before hi was iorct iw .v
was offered, until his master allowed j persons Interfering When \VM
him to move away.
c. IS. I,a*L night
at the Methodist
One morning the master was sudden-
ly summoned away, and "Spot" was
forgotten. All that day the poor fel-
low kept his place; now sitting, again
standing, then, for a change, lying
down, but never leaving the chair, j
His mistress tried to convince him that |
it would l>e all right; and the children
tried to persuade hhn that his master
had forgotten to permit him to leave
his plaee; "Spot" remained where ho
had been ordered to stay.
When the owner returned at night
ami was told of the dog, he hurried t.>
the room to sec what "Spot" would do. j
The dog was on the chair waiting for j
liis master, whose steps he recognized,
but he did not offer to jump to tho j
floor. Wagging his tail as though he
would wag it off, the dog waited for |
the command that should set him
five. When it was given, there was a
streak of dog between the chair and tho
feet of the master. Then, ut his own-
er's feet, "ffpot" gazed up into the face
of the man with u look that said plain-
ly: "I obeyed, master, but It has been u
hard day. Pleaae do not let it happen
Coleridge, the poet, while a student
at Cambridge university, affected e
peculiar stylo of conversation. At th«
dinners in the hall where the student!
dined, the veal served up was largi
and coarse. Speuking of it, Colcridgi
said: "W e have veal, sir, tottering or
the edge of beef.*'—Youth's Companion
gained his strengt h lie knocked Early
down and was pounding him in the
face when Early drew a knife and
stabhed him, inftictiug a dangerous
and probably fatal wound, (treat ex-
citement was created
Fourth CI#"* Mi' tr
office appointments w
offer One Hundred Doll
We, the mull
I paid for I
fited him h\
, i letto. ii. vvnniiii:'.
f fifteen huiiorc.l wholesale IlrugciMs, 'I
. and helu
illv able to currjr
him perfectly III
ling direct I \
hot tie. Hold by all I i
Hall's Family I'ills, li'u
, dear I"
To Bccome a Molhcr?
A « lalrvoyMiit.
• ' Human beings cannot
ilark," remarked the tuaohor.
"Sister can," replied the small pupil
"Are you sure'.'"
"Yes'm. Tho hull was dark the
r night, but sister knew that Mr.
had shaved off his mustache he-
he said a word about it.'" Wash-
ller Idea of It.
Auntie —Well. Ethel, how did you
ke your Turkish bath?
Ethel (breathlessly)—Oh, auntie, it
as awful! I was in tears all over my
Too .Much CompelHIon.
Kitty Can't 1 put these flowers Ir.
any place where they will look pretty? I
Tom—Not whllo I stay In the room j
with them. I'uek.
l^l Child bitIII I'.nsy
by prepatiiiK the
system f« paitini-
tion. thus assisting Nature mul shoituiing
" l,abor." The iiainful ordeal of childhiith
Is robbed of its Uiiots, ami the dauners
thereof greatly lessen* <1 lo both timiln i and
child. The period < f confinement i* aKo
(freally shorten* <1. the mother utieiiKthened
ami built up, and an abundant sccietiou t*f
nourishmtul fur the child piuilH't' d
Heudiopeutsfuralaige Bonk (l6K pages),
giving all particulars. Address, WoKl.n's
against imitations of Pear/ine.
When tlicy arc not dangerous,
they are worthless. They
are usually both. Pcarline
does what nothing
else can. It saves
labor in washing, and
insures safety to what
is washed. it is cheap,
thorough and reliable. No-
thing else will "do as wellit is
just as well to have nothing else.
f 1'eddlers ami some unscrupuloi
- l'ecrline." IT'S**FALSE—Pearline is
i the church ut
I'OMt 111IIKt el M.
s —These post
-ton county. W M
D.jtilpli hi caunly.
In Missouri At Weatiblear. II cUory c
\S. Knltflil. viee K. Butler, remove |.
In the Inillan territory At llurrtown,1
kec nation. Ii. Cole.
Jasi'KK, Tenn., I
Qeneral Kennedy w
two murdered i
;c. 18.—John and
were hanged this af-
cek was broken and
gled to death. The
station a rent for
was marrle 1 hist
Mayor Hopkins' Throat AITeeted.
CiiK Aiio, Dec. 18. —Friends of Mayor
John P. Hopkins are alarmed by a seri-
ous ailment affecting the throat, as the
result of arduous work during tliecam-
paign a year ago. Hoarseness has in-
creased to such an extent that lie will
go east to consult specialists.
fall llown stair*.
, Dec. 18 John 11 u in-
old resident of this
years of age, slipped
Ileal Ii F
Mrs. I;Kin Hi nt, of (,lemillr, A' Yx
p:iys " I read about Dr. Pierce's l;a*
votile Prescription being so good for a wo-
man with child, so I
Hot two bottles last
September, and Di-
ce in her 13th 1 had a
twelve pound baby
Kiil When I was
confined / icas not
| ink in any way. I
, did not suffer any
, . . 1 pain, and when the
about the kitchen ; child was born I talk-
ed into another roo
ami went to bed.
keep your Extract 1
Smait Weed oil lUM
all the lime, it was
very cold weather
and our room was Mus. IIcn
very cold but I did not take any cold, and
never had any alter-pain o: any other pain.
It was all due to (lod and In Pierce's lJa-
voi ite Prt-sctlpUou and Compouud I'.xti net
of Smart Weed. This is the eighth living
child and the largest of them nil. I suf-
fered everything that flesh could suffer with
the other babies. I always had a doctor
and then he could not help me veiy much,
but this time my mother and my husband
w< re alone with me. My baby was only
seven days old when I got up and dressed
at.d left my tooiu and stayed up all day." 1
If you have uny trouble in
sink ami drainpipe, have a little con- |
centra ted lye sprinkled over the strain-
er every night. Some of it, of course, |
washes its way into the pipe, and there
unites with the grease und forms strong ,
40ft soap. As soon as there is boiling
ivater in the morning, have the maid
pour u gallon of It down the pipe. This
will cleanse It thoroughly.- St. Louis
The pend d' Oreille lake, In Idabo,
look its name from its shape, which
resembles that of an ear-rin if.
That was a notable victory won by
the republicans in Mount Vernon.N. II.
at the late election. For nlnety-onf
years the town has been democratic-
This year it is republican. The total
vote cast was seven, of which the re
publicans captured four- - Wuchang®.
Platinum has been drawn into wirg
so line that it could not be distlh1
gulshed by the naked eye, even when
stretched across a piece of white card'
An average of eighteen suicides each
day are uunuully recorded in Paris du*
ing the month of June; in December th#
average is eleven.
Miss Kutc Field, the bright editor,
lecturer ami critic, has received a dee-
oration from the French government
us "un officer of public instruction,''
for services rendered for literature um|
New York wiped out of its constitu-
tion the clause limiting to $5,000 tho
amount recoverable for accidental
The great Yuma desert was formerly
a salt .sea. Sea shells anil oysters
fourteen inches in diameter have fre*
THE TUB THAT 5TAHD5
ON ITS OWN BOTTOM
5 oa p
THE H.K FAIRBANK GOMFAHY. Sr.Lons
the stairs of his house this morning and quently been found at from ten inches
fell to the bott >m When aid reached to two feet in the sand in various parts
him he was dead. • th« desert.
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