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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 28, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                 >  5 TO 8.  PAGES 5 TO  ESTABLISHED 1833.  SATURDAY, MAY 28, Ï898.  ÍPART SECOND,]  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  SÄ??1PSÖN'S CñPTñiNS.  Every One of Them a Battle  Tried Fisi'htinTr Man.  SOKE THINGS '  Mow V.  rajrat ' %  WitU J.i;-.!:! ' i'oiliiiiMi! i!  DGKE.  Walks r."; ;) Who  Tho <■;.. r..¡ V. ;; Aiî:;nral  8;U!ì|)Soii ;ìr.- üll ii.uliîi'î.u'<'apîaiiiH, al-th-m-li Miiiy (p;.' <'t tht-.u liaiipcns to boar a inck'uanic r.¡ ;'nai rli'r.-t. Kot oin;  POSSECSiONS IN THE ORIENT.  As :"(ir " J-'i^iitin^i Boh" Evans, every Olio ktup.vs iir.'.t h.o -well d.-siTvos tl;o ti-rlo. alriio;;;;!'. it is oiu> \siiicli causos him IK) iiitlr cii!jarras:moni", ira- lie; is witli-:il a ])iri(li'sr ir.aii. On oikì of the many occasi(.)]is \v!icii Captaiu ]']vaiis was asked to r-.'ll Jiow In- canied tho sobi'iquet be i2!:i;lo this fliarai-tcrisMc reply:  '■I do iic-t liko sntncet, " ho said. "I never c".luvted liiat k'lul of distinction in r'ie : > .-vice. I ;nii simply a cai)-i;:in in i';e navy. I am no ]noi-e of Vr^iiTcr iiud no mon« ( ntitled to that title tl'a;: any orlier (^tticev. "  AV. s iiot tii.-it spelceii liko a trno iioro? Pv'io.di'y iie; ;in.-:e {sf lus 7!i<'icnanio UJld OTi a'.-eMVuir el snii'.lry sidi)!un-ous epi-"r:n;;s vs-'nie'a ivoni tiin.e to time have , l)ee)i -o iib-d to lam and vdiicli, by j iiiiX retirement, which will occur in the li:r.-e vastiv tir-kled tho Amor- ' -----  pXJ TT PTTTPP pi'ofes.sory liaveu't tiiey as goorl  i Xi lijii X J-i O Xi iJii'-LiXt. ; a right toori^fuiize tbem.selves into clubs  ---I for good feliowshii), mutual entertaiu-  THE MAN WHO IS TO GOVERN OUR ' meut or iustructiou as meu have?"  "Oh, yes, madam. 1 don't question their right to do anytliia^? thoy please. My objection to women's clubs, if I Major General IMerritt Bi-^an His Career | j^p^C any, is that nearly all the club .IS r. iíshIjíds: Cavalry Ofñcer—His lin- i women I happen to be acquainted with ties In the Far East—A Eig Troop j pronouiico it progr'm."—Chicago Trib-  Trun-^port. | ^O.__  Tho ac..uisition of Manilla -uü \ ^LMiB EVEKYWHEEE  S' lKiiiij^ of an (expedition tor reliei ana i _  occnpai ¡Oil I le.en np a iiov," ora of activity r.nd •n;;eir.l]i,..s;-; for JVlajor C'cnoral W'.-.'hyE. r.iervift, v/lio ii fev>'months as;o was inrikijit," idar.s i'or "nis approach-  VVE ARE FLYING MORE BUNTING THAN ANY OTHER NATION.  of them is a m-Te 1 hee.ri.-i. nel 0]1(; 'ont ,  ie;in i Hl'.n V kon:'.  i-; tlio host rank in the navv.  ... , 1 i unov/n m;;n ol rank m t!ie navy,  has had hi.hapUMnei lire, hoard ho ^^ ^^^ ^^ thoso Evansisms  scrceoh ol J.oslllo shells and smelled than a vear before tho  t- «T-,.-. X 1 I . / . 1 .. V\ \ • Í 1 i ài» *  burnini; ];o\vder.  l■e^\• natKins t-an say as jnnv-li for tho men -\vho eomn-.and so {^reat a division  f  Vi; 7/.' !-I  " ■ -vi- ïl 1  ' /  l)!ov>-i,i.u' np of tl;e 3iai?io and was ti^.at ;)ne in v. h.ieii iu! d-.'ciared tliat if ho ;-o-a]d he tiiriied loo.-o on ti'o Spaniards he W'.uld soon makti Spanisi) tho coirrt hui"na^-e of hades, <>r words to tluit ci-i feet.  I ,\li]iouL;n Îiîe po]-jr;iits of Captain ! i-"v:nis iu;i'i;" k,i;'i :!])].; ;iv lioyisii. l-.e X'eal-ly Ioo!:s evevv one of the yearswliioh h;\ve i);is.-. (i .-inee he lirst sav," tlie lipht in \'iri;'!;ia. On rlie e;-(smoothly line lines whieli  Bui lie i.-  ;,:) .-en j;;e( toero a.'< ile -r rn!  i-e-u-r, vipTo-i> ir.an. Ashe paees tho lu'-.rr' r ([•■<•]■. <-i' il o Iowa. ik; walksv.ntli .1 1;ììi]>. It is not rheuniaîisni. but  ;i musket 1>;;11 v/hioli cr.u.soi tìiat limp-ind the stor>- of iio\v it oanu^ to ^et into his lefr le-, moro than all the otiier iOvtuis ;niei-d(!ves. isvoi'th the íellin;:.  Tlie iueMeer ]ia]>; .-ned dnrire- ih(i sienuini: et k'.-rt lOvans was  ihen a mii'^in .irnao a^d Jiad ]\'eu in-a<l-aat.'d i^-o'n " l^e Xaval ae;t(i Moy one year ;die:Ml i,f M.- \\ heu t ie saih^rsaiid  niar'nes had i eeu landed, a stovniina-[mUT v ol ;ii,eu.r pio m; n v. S 1 old olY anif s'ohiari . rs n.-Kod Jer to le;ei ir.  sieì ie;•^^-;il•d. Arson^'tliom l^van-. .v t ir-;-.-d a coin for the  pei-ii«.'.;s in.m.r. ! .vans v.-<-n. ji.-wa.s rlio  !ir>: < I meuot ri;e -.-iiinir kidd.-v, nu'"  when. Jie 1 -hed ti!" parapet a shol  % .-- v  i^l tSi ¡fe  m,\,}o]; (;7;nkí;a]. wksí.kv k. mkumtï. jnst (-'.'.-o years. lint a wholo lot may happon in v>vo years, and the ei;min}^ 24 nr-nilis pr.;n!Íse to be biimfnl of new expe!-i'.'n( e;- p / <'e;ier.d T^o t in his eapaeiiv a.s miiilaiy í:overnair ot tho PIAlii^pin; r:.  I'ke od;-0. of niilitar>-p'overnor rif ;i ' a' :.■( d land is <.ne whieii f -w An^r-iean e;';eevs have h::d an oppor-  tvmky t -. Jdl, r.'r the :-;mi)le '\':;son th:;t • h.'^-" ^■•■^"io:u ii e\-r .i:ired -ny  s ir is ;ni auîlioriry autca-ar-inid'T Ids ns iidiah-  O'L  ie  -rh:r:-vay. /.t aU ! : av- ^ i'< ir Í  i' ;.vv is n'  eidy evm- the i. -re s i, ' <. /el- the ( iv ^ eo:;e.p.- so -everted.  ddh; ulf ha- tho-.-owljo  Interesting: PJiasps of i?ie American Cltl-Decision to Fli:t0 the Starry IJan-ii:>r Ov.t — Hot? ¿ijul W'rere Uncle Sam's I'lajis Are made.  ALoro iiuKS are fiyins; in the United States tod;\y ihau in any other coiiiitry on ilio iiloho. Jiid.!--:i d by the wealth of bn.ntin^- we have swimpc to tlie breeze, every man is a pa.triot. Kothin^ in the history of this or any otiier nation ever e(in.aJed tho display which we are now niakiii.ii. The British love to display their natioujil emblem, the Ja|)anese are hivi.sh iiap: fliers, and the French axo apt to iiirant. their tricolor most lib-cr;dly on < ¡ccii.-icii, but tho American has ('Utdono them all. He ilios 50 iia-s to thedr one. I in the bii? cities the display is the i mci.st notiee:d.)l(% for there the banners I are 3nas<ed. Tho s]:y lijio fairly bristles with staiis fiv ni each of which iloats iho stars ¡md stripes. Every stroet pre-pe;its a r.ii: vista where tho ihippin;^ folds <;f Old C;iory;iiitfmtfro?:i vrimlowi in diiidnislvhig sizes do^N'U two ion/;; perspective line;;.  Perhaps on.o c.f the most strikini^ or th< so Ikiivvirtas is to he n in New Yorjc. I.ooki.i,^' down Wall s!re«"t from its jnnctie:: with Broadwey can 2)o i)er!ia"''S :200 .;\i':ierieecn ilac's. It is not their irar.iS. r, hat ilieir and t]i(> way in wliieh thev' :ilnrost roof the street, that makes t]ie hc; no netalde. "VTall str« efc is n;ivr;.w te(u'()u;rhf;;.re at lie.-t and 1h }'n;,edinas it is b'v tall bviildiiir's Si I :ns litr]e thau a lane. Then the  are ne;r.-h.- i.Il hiu" ones, most ct  late, (ìi;iiii!:eà and p<-.rily  ( U-ilevai Isíerritt of today to eoii-  ce;-''. of Idm as th rs eid;..;. youn- cavai: he.:, (lurie.: tiie e'  d te : t a  ■ ;  v.-h. n  a'S' ei;e p ■e,.--red w . .Ì ar 1hs  ; ! d' d i.  !a:e  ;:rrr.e,i  .n'»'^' 1  ]!iidre In (  Jl'l ÎM. feil i¡¡- ;  I  ■ e;;pî 'VC. am I  ■i;d th" y: nnií j  ane  T- , -,  ;n  . . Ì  ter as au  riî, we.  ; e t :;en- en the  0''. ];i;;-de  -<'r j:e ; V.-0 (]:•  •a of id n.ili-  A, 1  e hl  tlìem from to ::oíeet ^ionj^aud swun-fren: ^■raíïs whi; h jiroje-t from the upper st<^r:os t;!o buikhnrs.  Bat Ol Cvn;rse the 1 ankers mij.:]it ho oa.-.nnir, bvilîir.nt, c::iveu?(lto lar. e íhu* ña.us. You will seo "V ■.ni;': r ^v}:o W(ai ¡ jnst as hi," f n s, ih ai^^h, lioistcnlon iia;.;-of t]ie civil war ì)oh ;: above n-any ]:^rivafe residc-nces, fer one of t]?o !U w necessities of tho America he;e ■:■. :!].-r ¡-e te t e a sjood si>:ed huntliar i's;-. }:ve:;y <!ay is F<.)urth oí Jviiy nev.'. en:l si;iee tlie D.evey inci-d-nt et r\-an:ì!a iiavì::) loyal citizen wae's be- withm.-t tk ■ me: m a of publicly :'.::eoiincine; his patriotic ;;oy.  Of cunr:-- ' all tins Iras created au immens : d< ]ì::!nd fer ík-n's. It is said {hat widdn iho la.d n:onth more ii:n;s j:ave re ( - ,.■ ; ;;in- Leon sold than in tho i«rv-: dinj; h-n  > (.-.au-t'-t ol "boy erveis.i • ea(L Te n-e. 'i. 1 yv;.re;âl n:; ;.y i;..- :;inees  ei-'S. r.h rriit ;n:u"e; and -rad-  vni ' ■ i i'-M v li ''S I Ï  r tean c:reì;oji.  fcrn-s eohi! Iv ran 1:0 a  en  ( .  r oi .\emiral i j^ìTy •s i- O..; T.dn !  ;i kr.,t] e]--in-  i.e  :i': W iikl;!  'ai::, r rae ai  iá ¡ini.  ^e e.ewdry co •r d:,v his fi e eekt a. eiv :i>ia.;d ((a er ai:d e islu  ■ .-.^e: e le..  ;rs !.y re!a-'^n of his ee;,;l, ;i and t':o.-h-- ;:"> aihll-iìii ies Ol > jie ;n aa r. -d ì a-pai-' .eì a Î he ^ :>  j. nal;;. u jJ^;-  1- :ôy a;:; onfc  a-laa'i;-. iiaexpe'-te;!-  a'.'-e ¡)rj^:í{i"s rrirr Avas ^i"-:neu:d.  i Oed -r 'ho e- :d S.l'àidan 's Idlk Sh T-  .■n:.di. oi^ jes ar d ce;  turers va re swa.  f.  r ,  with i^trrlers lo?î;.r ek.: have hec^i struí::;Iin;-Lo eat; !), np. ]->.ery ::aih:;aker in the eoanfrv lias 1v'lai juakinL: early and  lar-, a'ld iu jiaiay faateries w^aae a ílr.í: lieve-".- madv- !¡eft)re ¡'orees ef - le-  0"' e:: have he: 1: s<_-t r:i w-a]: trureir;.-«.reit ;iu' st:irs anid .^rriv.v Aiiotlier c'.:ru-  A  äjjiSyi  v fl  t!l a-  Selio  II:.;;:  thr. ra.t ■  ■r>" r* !a : ■ 1 a a ; !  n.i a  . ti'.e  1 i!l.'  ■ , ,1 t i,-1 ;he:a.  eivii  ei I a:- j  khirit: ti\e  r is}iee-.-  n:--r in > n:n; eue 11 s of a .-r-„-y tiierCi a;al \\ ke-e  1 i .e 1; 1' 'r e. ai la aîer  r.  ..>\-.'ed. n,a f-a.. e ,, , ^ j,,  a yardaria ''a f : ; •l'am tiie ; a'adyin:.r kdie-eli hy a rop -. d erect tili th" i:dsei;i(_-f Avas  kiih.'d or  te\'.ai  ] e i.  -ni t !:• • î i ¡ a n. d '  j tiie s:  i vm I  th" lo ei j tia ie I it  tlO:  jiaoi.a; n.. and (ark ■ ''" w!:' 1 i,  a eran i:;!' e!s. ail 1.  á nnaae':!. feuak;- j Cedar Civek and j  A.ven' v.a-st and en-'r:; diat 3;iad(> |  ; : k aded etf ¡  a nn:,:-!  e s V.'i.e  u wir h  .1 i' a:^ ( J:aá e'  < )a< -nam (,í tne lai u w.-n vroana. d i . t ae \voik.  .ini a ¡:. kal ^■.a■a[ ; • il".: ie.- ( . a, ÎO î!i(  ck : r, .-ir ;■ '  '.'i; aa:l^!dpn:a.n wlio di«! tliat wa^: Jeii,i Oriiteiitliai WaTson, and from that  ¡■-v a:ad. toiieh-  ainniral, "Ail  :a iae; nd a'  on ni' r  •n i..'. •eli i  ;i or:'erv(t  al of tho  \\ ; 1 r ía;aij:i<  a  Î  ; we in Se\'; ■rr. aa< ; ae a t  raílnar.  ni  in  pa:- .-:a^e j r: ir c:.. e;i  donkk ten-' eias.-nia'e:-;. f„¡ toe ,,f t;:e id;]  la.ia nu iits :n d e ekee td tie-• ■ ireU( lad ^h)-I a;.ale f:maais  s; %v "íi'er:: ai dan rrtuicis-:dns el' ; hi'ee of rae d moni; rs, in fact, wer(.' ìnndn .L'nrneli ]-Miarrinij:-' a;Ml Charle-; J. Jrar-  ■  r aaac in ai A ear. • m' da-en' v\-daîy in  ........-. .ts of ! s; ;.  > ],;:d cai:;a;add oí tlie t ta* (her;'lief id' th{; ;;ol-  w  .1  .......  : »a- /.';.<f-y V .-r' d;,.:.' ¡1 f/  l //■■'f^/^yt/Miiir^ ßiNi^ii i/  ; dVv -r-iS-i^'^'W' tlV^/i ••a; ' V-v \ ^  tí ^'- ¡ñ \\ \ ^^ ^ •  h  %  \  X ]  /  ■ a, V  ■y,.  V/ y '/.y  ad«  \  mi a ita'  CAïd.-.::- Il  hour iiis ad\:uj!'e in Iii ■Witliin a inonî il ir ^ anU. ' ' ]>roniote(i dO uan. rv i.n ae; i< .a.  ciay of thi' A;n]>!iitrito left Anna¡ alis v iili Jn.i;d .v: df i^'Olp sa yoa soo 'Jay ];n:(iw ' aeh oî.i.'e^- fa;rl\- '/.a 11.  "de , il i ,; I', : :¡y îa:ir Sam])SOJlki eaptidns are allhmdiai:' nien, and j nr.- p.-;-îer-(iy san- in pin-nii:;,' (.ur i'ailh oa Í iieni e\''. it ¡"ia ir re<.-ent pc-riorm-ances jatd noî an;],,] to ti-eir hiiu'e];-^. Mdiey ;¡ie t!,. idad of :.a,'U WÜlO Si ili 1Ü  wii'. ii la- y n : iit, ai.!Î ii .s:;d.liji;< ni:hti:.r, as ev(-i-y aae i-.ü'jnvs, i.- tb • iao.-:t duii^^a-r-ous __Cv.:na tívnvKSTKK.  <:u Tene.  Iii r.-sr'.nsr- In a vc.; iferous encore at a (oneerl îh- ¡ahi.r ovenine' inStrathav-en, the < haira;an, a c'ier^ynian, rose and Kad"î';.d Tdr. C. v/aidd a¡.p"ar ap^ain la''a' a.;, ii.-:s F. v.'o dvl siIj:.-' iio'.v 'For  i !  n.i  1 rnit-y. ' " TJi-î eoneert hnished ^>.^üad hour, hovv'cv::r.—Glasgow  'i id-: Olì V OI-- J'r.iv ÎNo. di;'rs hesiea'e 1 ad. Miik (deek by the h.os-tiloUt:..a h-: v a.-- anp(. rint endeiit  of îkc! Wi'.-c i'odit accakaay, and sinco tlien iie jiiis (.iniiuanded >:;rious p<;^ts, i-i!e..-;ly <n £;arl!ea-nt phices, at diiïereiit sia;;es (d' pn.najtion. His last cuiniiiaiid v%as liiat of ih».- department of the east veitli head iiiarti\s at C<.V!, I'nc.rs hsluiid, which IK.St ha ioek on (dvi'.eial iMik-:-;' proiDolioJi. J a J : e i'arofi i-iiilipiñnes his  A Ki.At; \ n^ rA. mereiai eil'eet t)f ali tìds jjadriotrio .senti-meiit lias Ite-rn tr) send dae; prices .s;:y Idah. A weeJc after ino 'natfhi J'-Ia.'iil-hi dia- advanco iu New Yorl-c wa.s more tkuUi JÌ;U ])er cent.  Even ilio ^overnment liasdound diiii-c-nlry in ^a-ttin.i; buntiuK enou/^di to c-iinij) its jiewly aci[1iì:'.'(hì war.sliips, al-rli.aeLi-dì ihci two iactorie.s wiiiicdi mako adi ri-e biintijn.i ii.s<-d in the Fiiited Sraie.s givo U]icle Sam's orttc-rs iirsfc cali. Tho ^■!Aa-r:nnent makes uj) its own fhtirs, however. This M'ork is ali dono at the Brouklyn iiavy yard. Clio of tho build-in;;s is dovotod to this purpos(% and there, hard at Vv'ork, sLfc hundrods uf pdi'hs whose husy fmger.s turu (Art the iia-s.  As .so(^n iis the bnntiui^'- a.rrives iu tire Liddlixiii it is put throu^^h. a scries of testine- devices v\diich aro very sov^-ro. As tho ikigs v.dll ho .siibdeated to the e.x-trenies of beat and cold, as they V\dll irueze and thaw, as they will bu blov.ni by every brec-zo of cvory clinic iiiid Bea, so the l)iiiiriny- whicli makes tho flaiid  T>"»7 A "117 i "D'DTA'DQ i ^^ ^^ ^^ things wasn c good  Xll/ALUL'IV >V AXlXllUXiO. , enough for her, and she rubbed the  --------I winder to see if it was clean, and she  SUCH ARE THE MEN WHO COMMAND peeked in the dark corners, aiid then  looiced at the dust on her fingers and sniiied.  SPAIN'S FORCES IN CUBA.  W.\E N EWS AUTOCRAT  THE KEY WEST CENSOR AND HivS ABSOLUTE SVv'AY.  COMMODORE SCHLEY COM-  Mistre-ss—I can't iraa;TÍne who the Win Their Epaaiets by Wire Palling and creature can be. My husband's mother ■ T!ieir i>ccoratîons Throush i>isi«^ity. ^ ^nd sistcrs aro in Europe.—New York  Why the Snanisli Army Has Always "Weekl.v.__  «..CIO^ i„ „..dp,..., I rji  Tlie ohicers who command Spain's |  milirarj' f(jri:es iii Cuba are. most inter- j ^(.jy  cstiuiC individuals when viuvrcd from a :  rti.snmce. From a purely .spectacular | MANDS THE F'.YiNG SQUADRON.  point of view the Spaui.sh general is an ! —-------  ideal Vvarrior. Iiis bearing is haughty Career cf the r'.inishipman Wt-a  andt martial, his ramstaches are fierce, g^m j^üjp^ » ,7.:i<c -Hotv lie líaRíied  hismiiform gorgeous and his p.a.ses su- . j^to t:ie Arctic tao Kosctie of the  perb. >iv, but lie can look ferocious!! ^ , _ ^ . 1 - 11 1 Greely Kxi>.-ííií ion.  An Aint-ricau g(-nerad in lull para.de ¡  uniform is no show at all ])osido one of ' T\d".cu V\'ì7jd( Id deotr deld; y was in these swartliy dan'^io.-;. To the I rans command (a' t!¡e •rovernin.eni exp 'dîtioM butt<jns and gold lace the iiery dun add:: which, in is '-l v.'a.s .sei;t lo the ra.-^cno i f  (îre<-ly and "nis na ):. wh.e were dying of starvation far up t-:.".vard tla-norrìi p'do, the good ships Thetis, Bear and Aieid were given .son;e (d' the h:ird'.-st knic.ek.s that stei-it (;ake:i hulk; ; vr >n^-vived. Many a ti re. e ea that Ii-. Vi.'.e d::--:i i.:to the areties did the a;e]i .-n the rali; f . IK-dition rliinl: i'm-iv ]-e-t irair la'.-l  conaa i-nr ariU y b d rh; :n eu.  fcd>nietina s ic vreaid lie ia'e a nari-o\.' passa.ije bi-t\\a i n i..w-. rin;" iee-iier;;r: an<l somerimes iaS) vi., -es v.î::"re no ek-ar wat. r at all cenld be ^(■:-n a!:- ad.  '"Don't yon tki.d: ii is r:rl:;r to go in I there:" a.hv-d a captain on (.no of these { occasifiiis.  "Tìiere avo tinif s, sii", wir n it is nect-ssary to take ri.sk.s " sr.id Commodore Si-hley. "Thd.-i is < iU' (d' tlio.so tinaes. "  Tha\t is th.e Irind fd' nam vdvnn tlu^ navy de]xaaia\au ]:éd^. d (ad t ■ e, :: annsd th!-f!yin:: sqn::dir.ui vdien_ ii varMl e:i:dp.r tliat the dpanir-h tl-'et inigkt apa .)r an-" day off onr eoa:-t. ^''he A:e' r;"::;: ]-'ea' ■ adndre a rani who is lud :araid t;) iaki> a bia- Î i-k ae'-a>io!adha  Vviidield S(.-ort Seidey is a radivt> .af Mary];:nd. Fe Jae!: ; l<e.r on.-^ yea.r ef Poing 00 y;\-ìv, eld. oat y :-n v.e-a.ld nor innmine idi-i to be a day ov.-r ■['. lie is tall and st!-:deld. md -o sliiiL a;-; he U:;"d  te ke. bnt ;diU f:dl ( f v:;...e. Tli-' rattache a;al i-ap, si-d rre iron ' th VI are <k ■ p ey. ia.'i ; ^ t''" ee-e of his ey. s. bnr:;a ^ a;a lanaliter îi:;e.-. for Connno(kTe k;-hl -y isono of th • ]iaduv..d andM iast jovia.i oih(-ers in th.r ii-.ry.  Althongli Ire still likes a jolva- lie Inis of (--ui'se (,idarown tee jirankishnees Avldeii (-iinseii 1 ail cm . trra<giab'd froei d"n::p k ■ a: lha f^ ot (d ' ekr r "Idad \v;i:- in isoo. .'vi -..a'' ( r t v.''- 1 n ev i.v-laadi; Ids fì:-sr (a-;d: Wdth a d; a. a oder laid^^bp-'ì ■ : ]:"V,-a:. e-sì. edîo t]ie <dd frii;:.;e >daia;r;!. \\ ):ie!\ \,"es seaV to take la.'ek i - d.ii-ni rlie ):dl-:ado"s nj-.-r,  gen.i-dîal iri.s :.'ar,i>:a fn.:v.^-.i;a, com-^n^xn'•:u in nATA:;;a\s.  waving 'davies. g-.yîy e .i red siile sasli-i^s and j; î; d 'i; : ■ .:: :aa;e In this regalia 'n'a thi'o;.; - e,, id.^ c ¡lolds np ^ hi^; chin muí : vrais laie :> ] ^ .ai« k. Such j is a supeviicial % i v,- < i th ■ nnai wo are ' abonc to (h'i.'e e::r ; ï Oi '  To (ho^e r"i;e kj'os-,- idm lKdt:>r tiie Spanisi! i^eiu-r;.! dees net seem so im-lìrossive. TT;^isa, jii-rsoTi v.dMi a lìiost curions eod" (d ì:i aad peeiiUar view;; abiuit honor. T':--i'e is ia.d;i:a; ahi.nt-vviiich tJu' Spa]!i:-h p'oneraì li:a.< t.) ti.Ik ].;eticr tlìaii hi-; hanor. v.ddle as a nait-ter of fact that is ona thi-di in whicIi ho is most delicient, accirrding to American st;indairirs.  In tho lii-:Jt placo, I( t us r?o how he hraaens t(-- a gener;d. Is ir liec:mse Iva b.as wou leromotioii ì;v l'T,."-, faithfrd sev\ ice i;r galknd (k.-- de, ni. a(.-ìio:;: j.d:-e at ali. It has L;(-en nmre ihan a c: ntie-y sin:.-.i viet(:a-\'lias pta'e]ie(F ìi du> i-d-ani^h arnae dio. ia- is a ner:d ì.; (.-..ese Pe lias ];(. e n a shrc.-wd. r.ri.-( : r!.¡.nl"us ]ioii-tieian. Tlu-real ])(ditii ians of Spain ar(-lier a.rr.iy oikicers. \S'eyler is a striJdng cxainpk;.  ÏD'leed tlií^ Spanish army may he re- ¡ gar.ì. d a:; ; ne n; e t.-í nd: r-ontTd'y e;.mi- ' terpari of th.e olii i.-r:etori:i:i gnard of Roì-aa . i-rid.i- is stili, re; in tin (dd «iays, o:ie Ol the ]irevailiìni (-liaraetevistics oi t;i<.ì Sì:aniar;k Tr ale, iadn-rrv and the s:av o ri he la-i i:-^aa a a- :: ;,av ar t.) la- nn-  ;ri ■ >ì: rea Ti-aedl;.- ].o-, <a-ry srrieki n de.-eeudai't iaa.;.'y hiiLd.a'e.-.;. aiid the arìay c--iis.dna "s i;i lia; e;.-; a ìai^ only sa: a:-s ( d ]ivelih')od caama - i'-ìe ^\-¡ri¡i Ids notioiìs ef ditndrv. }: • (■,• rl:e ¡ xn-aor-  \  'jM'  ■e et e  vrkio actnaill V  (iiaa-'y ne  f.:rai hy te- :::■ eha-S cíu-ilí'ía of the dl-tivr- si-.':.diì;:i avmy- of Spain—that is, ila re i.-; oji:- c!)m;lds>i^ru-d oídeer to every io:;:; mea.  ìhaa-rieeee has shown that the host and ak.nast the. only chance of adivanice-7;a';it and of increaj^c» of i.ayin tie- army h. s in a {.r'-iann iana-eto oi- r;ntiny. ^v'deh, if Sii -. ( sfai. lHd¡e;< íhas.- ^V!!oj to he - ■ ]ie; a ni-.^t a;-t:ve io p:'ona ;» dnr ir j ben:-ar < e tla i.a,-; wkd -ii ir f;dk' ihe l'in;"-i e,-,.;,; aa.: Ita-a-rs. oirh'T i-r de;d]: er ílisa!iss:d, | ai^d i:;; n créate vacaiS-ies anr- e  (-red'.;is: y ta sldnman S¡ livi í- ::s  n.'-  ■oa^ á:;- S' ¡d.;;v, s ( ( ai.dy. It vas Mid-V w!io made the rr-'p as i - i a- th-- dapane.^ ■ ar-. "h: a rvk" rid (;f •,/i.i;-h d:i en.!'.ea--a 1'ir-^ ■ \r:. ' 'V; i ie did i F 1 ;V • ai ' ■ in ti'e sd:dí bucket lg the;;; ad oft. Of (-onrse  ]!r"na)-| tiair îe d • Sid'k''^ li'oin the ropes and  tn;n. liis; )i-;\-, iad.eed. and the te;u-hin,<j:s of ilio lui: t hav(- imnre:-.-ed npon th-e mind of tlie Sa ndr-h i.';;e; r tliact a well orgaju/.ed pr-.j;uneia;!)i nto is worrhy any nnn!be-e <.f vdt-torious cannpaigns ae-; reaards !: :di ]iay and ranlc. Wirh but few excciei' ns ali iiieprizes of the mil-itary ];rai, e-i' n are in ihehands of ^en-erals 'vvhos'- la-n--.'Is hL:\ 'e l.^een woni l.iy disìe-,-;d ; to d : • ernm!'iit of theikiv.  raih: r th;.n  Iru-,  ;id honest >ervi(.-e  in the li Id.  Tlie oda-i rs (d the sì anish army ar< as a rnlo aiv knawn as soldiers (d  forrnue—isto say, men who íuivo eau red (de ;; -vìce of tko crown for íln^ sole pur]:-;.a; ( f ^vinnie.; ranic and fortune, an. 1 it i.-; to be íe;:red tinit the ambition t') snect-. d in tina-o two particu-  v/onl will be Pe-.v and h'.i may yet end j must be pirt tlirough a. series c>f preliiui-  his servie.'iia,h ang for Iiis country, al- nary te sts oquad to heat, cold, freeze, thongh it is f.o i.o liojii d that ho Vvdll cone - hack sa.fa a.ndi soxm.d.  thaw, sea and atmo.spaere. 1 Ko.xt tho I mrting is cut into strips TheCiiy-.;:' i ejdrig, which iris boon ( whdc ii are laid a.sido in grcaî; piles ready cliaríí red :)s ano of the transports for for the hands of tho workei-s. After the  speea ani )rl  tiny;ar/i a  r war ini.-i u^^y  (k>inmoddr.- Vv'atian wie n ie; i},sy;da d 1' ai'r  vr . ; . rat':--  svord.e having booij gr. -hnììed iia;;<di.-: in I -id at t!;- a m just a year hd r wh"'i : :a..a ^ was biown np v. iîk- th-- i 'a.: o'Kyia:.r J''.;r:-;i;. nfs c re-r  Charlesten h:udjoe cd î . a( r  It was v.drde Ir wy v.a..- d der Fa-.r-vrd dud k ' 'a -fies w;:ich he ( ;naley a . , in Mandl.1 bay. n e .  the Harriord nutil i ae ;. a¡. : J j-fvajig lienteînuit w]:a ].:. 'a old admiral to the riy,d" ^ ■ clar.nn d th.e t'jrpedaii S a:i Ì si Mobile bav.  Sn ¡, ;ly Ai-.corrV;.!; io J<n.t:ivc!. a, ' iNaa. eai—Johnny, s< e tk:it you give ,,. I kid J r-'" i i end. share of tln-ct orange. . : .ioda.iy —Y.-.s, nai. 1 i-ilthel—ÌLvia,i:ima, b.,j hasn't given me  id ' any.  j .ii^h.nis"—vv ell, that's all rialit. Lions  tkij Manili:: expediti::n, is a big and roomy lia:er . a.})al.d*! of aco-amnnodating two v,dioi(- readna'-nts (d' troop.-;. The pekii:g' vras: be.ilt by .Tolni lioaeJi & Sons. Sin.- i." -da3 f(.:eth ;np, -; ■> ft ■: t v>ddi>, ¡oki has -pa feet d< ptli (d liijld. Tl;c id-kiuM' was irafc in the Cliina trade in j ^vo^k the nc-edle thrvnigh th(! red and ]!s7r,, ;ind oil F(;b. ¿ii last completed her | white. Very .soon tho govermiiout v^dll  strip.'i aro cut they arc earrir-d into a de-}jartmenfc •x\ horo sii; thu strit^o .sewers. Id^rmerly tho work was done hy hand, and then a great uumber»of work wom-cu had to be employé;!. Idow it is duno by machine, and tlic; ,<_cirls cjuly have to  hmKÍredí:h ronnd trip.  s. Ii. MacDonald.  duiid eat (jrauges.—dtray Stories.  Kconi>my.  "My vrife sp"!!t JO cents on tho cars gomg rla vrn town tn nay the gas bill and sa.ve !) iaads discount. " "lld.i-—tv»a> eants out I" "\V.;r.se tiiiui taat—.she losta^lO um-brelia, " — Dtdre-it h'roe Pres.s.  Premature Aiinouaoeirient.  i 'a: raaufc am» ..I i,d J  ; "Wien a pretty sailor suit y.air little ^le.,- be'u iu at tho toime.—Richmond  Willi'"' has, Mr.=5. Slimson, and, Willie, ' where s'nall you vroar ltd'  have electricity iw) work tho mac:hiucK, and the girls Vvdll only need to^guido thu  _ I thi-ough tho electric'.sewing ma-Eiivied Himself. 1  j„rly_Ah, Dinni.s, it do bo shtrange ^ The white cotton cloth,f from v.diich  to hea.r y:; t.nddn that way, wiiin it was , the ;-:tars are cut is,folded'.into about 20  yersdf ta.ar ra-;i'd to bo tillin me that | ji^j,,]The pattern,i.s then marked  Oi Vva.es lire shvvatest crayciruro in the , ^u it and cut out Vvdth-a-sha..rp knife or  wurrnld, I ^ hammer and chisel. Each flag has to  Dinni.s—Did Oi iver till yez that, ¡ do «tacs (45 on each side), and Judy? j tbe:so are sewed firmly in pla<;e on the Judy—Indado an yo did, Dhmis! j blue field by experienced .sev/ing v.'omen.  Biinn-s—d' rra, an. of thnit'sso, thm q j j^owimkn. Oi in. 7 ii.i li. ine ci:-diiien Oi musht ,  "I think mamma intends to take me oa jour yacht. "—Manhattan.  Dispatch.  In Search of loti.  You call zis a crack team. ■' said the ioi-vii^iiov, observing tlie span of high 8te[)[)c;rs, "because it iss about hall  An:>ilicr pKTÎut at Larffe. ""What is yotvr objection to women's broken?"—Chicago Tribune.  tiley tell o verbe.; !;■!(.  W'lien k:'- }.-efnn-ne(. from tliat cT-ni.--e. h'- fe.nnd th(> eivi i \e;-.r in fnll switnr. li»' wa:' nrometi d to the^vrade of naisrer anil :i^.d":;ed to t'le v.a :n gnif 1 loe!a;d-n.ai s:;nadre-n. Ft saw'soiisinevaiiha service di da- op; raîieas on tii" Missis-ipi)i river, j-evea.s ( an':ii.':ed in andi .-:^!'•e,■-■s-fldIy <-jierared ^riril li< Id batreriesand saìi-e'¡uently in ail en^ee.^'emeens vrhieh led na, to t!n' eap'.nr" of i\'rr Ilndison.  ]:.- v.ars ( n: d i;i s vera.l sldrmishe:-aral in ( ntinîtr ont um'er Imavv tin.- tv.a; sciio(.nei-s occupied in snpplyuig the Cc-'adederadas. i'or this ho vras honora-l)]v mention-'d in siiecial or;U-rs.  lie was connids.-ioned lienteiiaat in l.Sii'.! and sei'\' fi in sout!iei-n N^aters, doing edeeiive ser\iee, ler^ri!icb he^\as h'.iiorahly n.i'-:d ioned. nn.til bsC !. I-'rom (h -n until isí'ií', lie wris adtaeh-ed io tlie siaam pnnho;n V,ditere<' as exec-ntivo <d-iicer and s-r\, d in her (mi the Idndlio station, lie sap-press<.-d am insnrrecvion amonrj,- the ( 'inin se' co(dii-s in tlie Chiuchi isiajids in im; 1, and idariiiu- (he i\-v-olidioii ill San Salvasior a year kuer landid lOO men to -prorect tiu^ Fnitt,d States cons'alate and tlie custe.m house.  lie ^\•;:s c-annnissii nud lieticenand commander in Jnly, Istii;, on his retui-n from the Ika-inc .--ration, and for the noMi tin.H--:- ye:u•.^ Nvas assigned to duty at the iNda ai aidelay, lie served (Sii tiio A.'-iatie. St.dual in tlio Berd(-ia. and prnr-ticipated in (h-e- adtaek ui)on rand the (-oriirdete ovrrriux)W of the forces de-fenddig the forts on tho Sala river in Konai iii li,id.  lie was eoiiiinissi-;)nt-d eoiumander iu J874. Diirin;;- tho next ñvo years ho :-:erv<.-d o;i tJje n'.a-rh an<l south Atlantic stations and t'lu ^vest c-oast of Africa.  Idien Jui voliinte( i-i-d for the (dreelj-  relief expediti(in, whic-h i,'-aiuedi him a fVold me:lal from congress and promo-' i( ,11.  When tho émiser P>altinu)n' was put in coinmi.ssion, Comm<Hlore Schley was ].)lace(.l in con.'.iuar- '. ni' her. It was during this tinaj iie, earrunl lira k to Stockholm, Sweden, the remains of the lato John Kric.s.se.u, t'ae iuventi>r of the mu.n-itor. Tlif.i Icin;;- ad' Sweden presented him with a fiokl medal. ITe was in command t)f the Haltiee.ore dnring the coniplica-tion^; an<¿ troiilile a.C \'alparais.'), Chil(\ in l.a;)I, venen several .Vmeriean saibn-s vrere stora-d by an.iob. lit; speedily set-th-d the- troubh; and was thanked by the navy dei-.ir^anont.  It i;; late in Ids career thai tho chance to do road lig'-.ting with a line iieet at his comn.amd inis près-, nted it.sclf, Imt "That lets out corsets and candy!" ! tlu< m;ui wh,i v/as not afraid (rf icel)i rgs she exclaimed, and protfa.sted that Sci- in Ks;s4 may bo depe-nded upon to dis-ence was perfectly lovely after all.— pose <d' all tia.; .Spaniards ho can find iju Detroit Journal 1s98- fxìa>;cis b. Tai^iìkiìt.  gilxi:i:ai. vickntf. (.ombz pvin-.pmte, cov-■'•.nson OF c.m'anas i-oiirmas.  lar ■ phiys a far gr -cder role in I'neir care..'- ta-.en any consideraii'jii.s of duty or paírioti:ím.  Id v/ill be readily 'understood tluit with such a condition of affairs as this discipline is tho V\'eak p(dntof the Spanish a^-n.y, v.diich iu spite of the (.-xcel-h-nfc 7'av7 m.iterial kais nrae'i more; in comraoii wiih the n.dlitary forces of the South Aîntricau rep'trblies than with those of any great po\ver.  An dkk w Downs.  I..ovely, i>elic:ou8. Exact.  "All ilks, " deckmd Science pcsitive-"are caused by microscopic germ..s. " Beauty laughed with the air of being laucii reli(;v(;rl  new Serya:d:—Idease, mum, there s thove a nuui widi s:> eaud.  a strange lady down stairs, and she '  didn't hatve nr; card. Shu too!<folif her things as if ^he mtended to stay, and filxQ looked around the roonj witlx her  Witli 1'  In;-'!: Hj>ir5t liuui a inen.-;(',  VTlve a,.-Ml no in.-et'!f lunh  "lüy v.aíe thia a<ji-iui,' sliaU aut (•:; .ni iiouso?"  —Cincinnati (Inquirer.  Why He Is There and How His Presence Hampers the Efiorts of Enterprising Nekvspapcr Corrci^pornlents — Kot to Be Fooled hy Cipher Oispatches.  The censor is an un.dnniüiir institution tc -\mei-ic.ans, bnt the censor is very iuiu h in e\ ie.ent-" toiîay. With the country swaí'üdnir with. St e.c.ish s;'ie.s the jiov-(■rnie.i'iit oiiiei.-ds have foai'.d that the Spaniards were alrouei h.i i to.a well in'.'ortii-I'd as to thi-' Tiio-^ aai.-;ns of otir Ííeí t, ;ii!íl ti.ey have taken ^t. [,s t-> lan a st.ii) to in : t)f course Fiü-le Sam ^vaea^l he vedbitrtr l<i h;ive evi-ry levai eiiize;! kaow ja^i \. Í!e;-i-o ir i.ia; t h siiij-.s iiave cd'.i-d and w!i.n they rn'.e í-'oiiní te, do il tiier • \s.-;-e rora.e w.-iy et eoiiUaiing s'u h lîe'AS tv) tiie .said kyal i-iñ-Zeii. nut uníortnnately the re.uhng of newspap»n"s is not restrii-tvd to jiatiiois. so tlie ojdy tiiin.g h-d to do is to see that th.e newsiiapcrs do ja-.t ^et hohl of news which : ought to bi; ke{d secret; hence the cen.sor ship. ^ !  iirst onl.v one censor was detaib'-il. • ami im v.ais ¡eat in ehara'.; of tlie c;!ple wiiieh connects Ivi y West ^vtIh th.e mani-]aa-.l. Xo\v. i:ov.e\er, eeti.sors laiv».- Peen-p.h-ic-ed at d'ami a and other poim.s not only (). -r eaM-a lines, hut over tele.i;ra[ih lines as v.cll. ¡  Tì\-a K-v-y West censiir remaius, as lie has been fertile iu:-r >i.\ v.eeks, the moi^r 'na-p;r.àanl per.-.on.ìa"-- of t!;e c e;-; s. It is at KiV \^d-sl li:n liieme-t inî.re-i inp -r.'a:n-vdt.,a' lî.a rao. eaiera s of if-.- wm-^iiii..-ct.iaes in. '-'lie ne■^^>ì^a|;■,-^ i-orre^aondenl> gì undìled a lá'od ili-d v. lie:i tiiey lir.-r ma-.ie Iiis aeipi.aint.-mee. and tla-y r.re net Vv liody reeoned.alto his pi-e.--ence, l)Ut hi.-srid at his pi .-i. I  T!:e (-1 is an autocrat. Xotlda-;- i-an  lie clicked over tin- wires unii! iu- ]:as la'-r re:ul it and maiked it \\ i; !i e;>i). i\. An e,').)eetion;d)re v..;:-d or se:.i '!iee and yoirr ■ tinu'S a wi:oli' ;a-ti; la is i-i-.i -f-red. Th.-r-e is no apncal, an:l e\en if t!;ei-e v.;is ir wo;ild iia for a. v. -- is i .-ri-ludile eee.d--.  Ti:.- líi-ereni a.idoeret in t ¡■¡e ìxiev W'^.-st c;i:.le olJii-e is éa'.ptcìin .farae-. Alien, of tin -::,!ad e(-ri>>. IP- ir^ a a. :aiea':ialy o'de.-r. a;al in spire <.li tht- eaaare;-a lUe ^iatie--; wiael'. l:e is (-oe:-.| ePed to [lei-fore.i h.e i--]\aso!i;-,Hy well P;keil Iiy the l;e-p-e foree la' eoi-; a::¡'eiulea: > ;n Ki y -r. a-jps spea :■: ■ vePa.'c.es ter (.àiptain .-\!!e!a as it \ve:P.d he \ i (. ■ -y O r ;m eaa-i:d i.i his po-:riia\ U' i:;ake Ida:; . d !"-t!y tvîain.  Tho Key V.d-.-r cab.le otaee is a sn.:rdl i.>iii:c bnihdn;r tv.-o st- :-ie< !¡i;_ria wi;li a larej cueoan.ut ! ;dm a-r(...\vinii- i.ai eitiier .  S-radily lotsking iier in the eyes, he replied:  "She vsdll never get old. Any one can see at a glímc«^ that she takes iifter you. " —Chicago New.s,  GENERAL MILES' CHUM.  ÎJoris Other Than Mr?. Miles Who Has , Often Heard Ri îles Pop. |  ' Whether or n-at Mrs. Xel.son A. Miles ; ■".vili ae -omjT.'ìy her rus'iand to ('ub.a, re- ' laah^.s t'> he ï.-i-a. Pr »halily she v. ill la.t. hut if she sra:\ s k'.-'h.i iid it witl he o!ie of rho le-.v oce:isions ;hnin.Lr th^ir i;iarrie(l lifo %vhi n t¡K\v llave hev-n. sep;n.-it.-.1. I'er yt-.irs sì-i.-lías neee. Iiis eonsta.m eeie.jvir.ion. .  >11:-. rides \\,-is %vl"ih hiai vvh-aii the .a-e'i- : er;d vva.> (a-t'.v-red out on tho frontier to  IIISTÔraC I-ÍARD TACK  HOW AND WHERE THE BREAD OF WAR iS MADE.  It la a Different Article From the Cast Iron Disk Serve«! In 18G1 and Can Be Droken Without the Ai«l of a Blacksmith.  C)n<-'.- n;ere aa- Ivi-terie iv:irii raek h,-cocies an an;iy st;!')le. I'eric.'.i-e than ."".a years Fm-k- S:nn"-; s.'leiers have eating tho  .tot: '»r.-:id of p-ai e. N'.iw rlu y an- niak-intr tlic aeipuiii'-tanee ot' t'.i. ! ;naL taek uf  War.  Til-.- vePae.ti ■ r ragiTiierns Tb.at have írone te ediakam:ne^.'^ er T:'a!er.a -.v.-re rhe lirst fe k'a.w -»vî'.it ic is te !a..k ' a rai-al ut hard t:iek alene, Idr in nuiay l:;-: -aiv-es ihi.s  ' g / ^  a , a '^^¿CSr^i.^^ /f / ■■ a ; : '^i^-Fiî-.-í^ví^aís-/ ', ■"  l'i,,         fi  " ¡          ÌTi          ■M; »  ■J 1          iphh          3            •f     .-f  .-f  M:.;,, NF.I.SON A. MiLr:s. |  ilg'nt înd'. n;- Ir !.-■• eomn\o'-i t.na- in the ' ariayîl- t M - a M des h-; ; -• > ?■ -eiaaiaiij to her !a: . i i:i e : -of hi- î: i!i:m li ah* s i to hear ; !; ■ - a. .fs iir.-d 1-y Ix i >i.' -s. >!:.< ! went vd: Ì! !-aa t" l-iar .aa 1.-y -ar when | lu- v.-'.-s - --.'ed to feli.iv.- '';■■ iiri'"!;s ini t l;«-ir wa:- ' a'; the Ta;':,s. :i Ck-neral!  Miles I..... ! ; d his oreers î ) a • te i  when ir w..s iaa;;Med t'> s'-nP ;u-;:'y'f;  ir;\';ei'ai .;r t> (diha Mrs.  mad.- h"r a:-. aa\ a;erns te u >a:eai;a  Mîs. àdr ^ Í- f -n nep ■■■ leeidair.  Slu- i;-- •: -.v-r -a p. , ■ -rv  ra' i- 'M rp.. oa  d. aa,-:aa er ...ahi  n.;:: ■ -. Tiie . Y. :■:: n-ai;a. ;d v. - .  fe-;; rei--:niv. f-a-îl;--ir he-a - tl:. V transj.-oft w : ; i. :M h..ta-:-.  .-n  1 ¡1.  a r - -l  .-mi  Mill  1  S ^  vV'-i*'"  €  \  X 'a  l: ; ; , a ;a ; i; ; : eiy. ^ ee (ir.-.-es ,pd. • iy. !an- v.nî!-. F.. - ev-pd-ire t-i-^re th::, . i,:- '.- iier :': • •■■':a!s oi t . e-])le who 1^I;: v.' !a r as a lian-, arrh woman of the w,a-l(í.  ••'ida- h;i:;:F.a:ae-r ].-dr in th.a ariny" was t'-"- I-. ei ] ; .1 i e.. .ur,:|i--e pr-h>e"-,-e-e con 1 i. d id' d.e ;i.tSi,d I ae la::..ir Cv  \v¡a'-í ir I \v. t ;•, ,.'íi oali ?'t's.  r l::ar ,aav. h.n arciy. n oaly :-.d!s r.) )e r 1 <-.-a ir a.  d A\'a--la aaren reaarils fPa¡er;d i^dh-í and M:--. :.di ' - as t'.vo •.-... .d . r..i.i...s. Mrs. irai i . a ;.: .1.- v. ■ 11 ¡.e-f-l en iae!ie>.  tío);- í.í an ;a :; y 1 • a-¡ s a - is la r !ai-iv:"id. j I:: Ai . Mi!' • :-; «pní,. ua d iná . a.- j  ed -1 -; r 1 t !;e a'e:;' • d d ;-I" a - te:- eaa¡ r;a d:i ;  j'I::!¡.a n e. F:e i- eatrea.ely pr.in Fd ;  hi.'r lunia.-o:ae kea.^iiarid. j  --I  BABY OF THE NAVY.  F.Tiíi'gii <j.ano, 'jf Ihc ^Idijiirul, tin  ■ t Í '»irMeiiii.n r,  c.\pt.vnñ .r.VMKs .\í.r.í-:s-. xjcw., c:-;.'s'-.r: .\t , K i^^T. ■  sill,-, 'i'iie y :Pms :. .-!d;. !:•'..:■.•:!Td-i-aneh:'s a'i''Verai' htnldina-.nid tei-; ' ¡uT' •vT iiV'-ìi  over tiie r-. d tlFd rae-d dr. re: t;h:>n rs ••f ¡ eeeeain.ns are sn--¡)ea.-.;.-d trihue, th.e pr^-rii |  .•n-t-ii. I  It is .nily ;i iVw y::rds i"ro-;i tiied '-ii'oL tiu- ealih' oidee t-) the ivei-emeut ih ein 1 In f.a-r. i; is oidy a e'-r i rem any i  point on ri:e i.-!..ad ! »tin- w n.-r. ;m<l Vv'he.'i ; t iie I a^- i^ a! ; he ■ ¡•du'- ' ai:!' i s : -  h . !!;r:Miai' a:e.-., e,' d.e ! :--;!;d ' ;e . - ;  ii;-:; d:-- i:ie p. es eai aad ; ha ^.dt .-o.:'.- il  (.-:;:■! h drie>.  id) iliria.aii (':.• !iar:-i s( re. Í-, whi: h !e;id t.aai the a,,'k- to die wh.e-f ;  same \i-i-;.- int t. ¡-e-dim exeiiiaa '-a: < s i  ka.e lakee J-kiee tlm-a'd t.-\v!  \v.-,-ks. V-.'la-n 'i-^ e.e\',-1:.-;^ r d'¡ j -ieli; 11.-e.t s i-onie i:i fr.-ai ; i le ;:ap'. ¡ aey a..y-iimii as arar te l!;.- eaak- e'ae ■ as p.i::-ikh . 1 ai'il v^a. n eei^-. ;.„,a(l,ans !.;:.d ;n t!;e ^a.aa ^ (i;aeìi:: rriee i ei* ¡ ìie 'ahIeodi_a' i-r;ai-' imere-aing than any ste. ;)leelia.--e that %% j e\( :■ r:a-i. j  ."-ea-i- of iÌ!i in al'rer a lon;r «-rcd.-e- ao ; 'st:iaa. riaa- and r.;i-lim.c on tlieir sea k-ys j like <lra"ken ii;.-n. !  Ti' it iu- iatent" aiahr. tivi- seeenils eai:.; d '  in r!:. rar ■ r;aai ila- doek te da- e;;hk- ef- | ii<-e ;a;;y n:ea:; an exela.-ive -t-a-y ter ene ' (d tì'c nr-eat fìaid.- ; in ria- nert!i.  Caiiie tram ad-.d.,:! i-; nei e-:-rrdy ^:!o\vt>^ tlr-in se:;;!iae (jve;- i;:ravl wire-', .-nul tía- cer-re>roiid. nr wi, > ük s :¡.o;mi v : nPs at a:id-niaiìt is jn-.'Ity sure tliat ne et !:i r ¡iaaer %viil oa ahile te a'i 1 .-a'iyt idina: iei- i:,-- la .re.-in^C(;dti.Mi l'reia Key W. ^r t!.:;r nia:.r. !  ihn atn r tir- e -ip- h.:-; h. en kf.-d d:e | .■orre.-p(aule;n's trauhk- ì- aet al. an ead. > I-"vei-y we!-;l ol it n.'.:-.r '-e rv';u': aad ¡'.i.-'- 'd -, ■iperi hy the censor. Xo ;aa;tri.'r iiow a;e.i h tiîae. laa-tpiup er ea;.ema ir lais raiiaio d j ri> ' t!:e ste:-y. if ;n the r;,h:aa-ar .d lia- | een.ier ir oayhv ie.,t te lie; 1 ou -d it e.maot j SI at. Il" d. y iv'.'S aeiV i :ai\a-iaal ion lo j the üaiv.-iaeius of the d..et: or :he arai\" il ; ec.anol ao.  Tlu re ;ne«i aaet!:ing like F.0 n^ w.p-ayer corn-sj-oi.-e.ents in "Ki-y West, .-md wlide most o:' tlîi-a; aepr,'--i.ne the "vVisd- a a e,' die go-vvr.'n-!:ei;r e. ;a ei-.-kin oi j-ev.s le.aîte" seine of ti;,- ;■ ìi;,\a ;rro\v n ia-; -l i at i:i their e.ya-rness t-i li (hi- ia ; er., st iay r-t e j rias tlir.; are to ia- t.ild and h.-oe t t-i-. d .--d j maim.-r oi iayeaioais s!-iiemi-> i'.ir iret ri::;r | in:n.tei- ipa.st theciH.-or. Fsu;d!y, liew ever, all i)l:ins ha\e heeiî tli teet.-d, aad iheap-I'.arently ia.r.oeent or stupid d:s; ateh i-as been returned to th.ewrn.:r wnh "X«.!'' NV ritten le r-. O. ink a^ re ss d.  'ja-.ii iiiDst ti-yí.n.y p.-ri. d i'ia- thoce.rix'-spoi-.dems Nvas 011 ih..- ilay ila- lk'(.-t started c.>n ii.s '-raisi.. eastward. ] à. ai y eorresjioiad eiic ie. l-dy \\"ast-k a.--.-, chat the .a-i'i'.-ìt ;>al-tieships -x,( re. su-aad.n^x a-.vay troni liefere lîavan;i in »aie.-ì ei l-.i;r .-sp.-aiish jj^ame. K\(.-rj" ne\'. .per m:;n\\ ;is i-ayer to si-aù the se.iry. bar not :í line, noi ;i woi'd. vronld ilu- eeii. or permit te i-:iss.  id-«im a inaadr.'d jKipers in the north ca;i;e the q;;e!-y. ikrs th,e ia-eC started:-"' lAeip th.e a.a..-.\vi r '■ Ve.-"' t.i this in.iuiry v.ais not l'crniitleil to yo. Some ot tiie i-or-l'e-'-p. indent s ka:ii a :'r;n;aed a cipì'e!- eedi-witli tlìeir iiou'.e olìiet-s, la'd lhe eoile w as usi.-le.-s. 1-a. e.r.\ a hiìur tìan liad i ì;«.- ap'ee-tr-;niee ol" a ciph.er—everything- that was not ahsolulely plain and expiaiu¿ible—was stoi)iicd.  t ¡e aieie I a. a  a ei... —a m  (.. . 11(1 e ¡a-.-ia".-- (a I, l-ae¡ireji  in .\e.. a. ^ (di,-!-aoa. [ tiien- , :;d  li.- tail;.  Ii.araa.e, \ h.a ae. .1 l:i eilu--.dea i:  ' I 1 . ; ., . :  l„raa;.. . :.ial : : . .  Idem du;:e t  -'» . a : . ■ !■:■ <■ i I iriS t iie <:  i •■ -tie; ..lie-- ■ • (■ .a aia !:i!e[ ; ! . .a - ! : .y. ; P- i,;;-. ; ;a !  ■■e :- tp.. k,.r 1,,.;,; j  , ■■ ¡ - :è ':1a: ■ P;- .i_:i \\':d- ¡  ■:i : . e:. V y- a:.^[ i e ir:-; !;e:'n i  -.■i:: d-.d:ad,erei llaven.i j  ■ r - ai \r . . j  . : : .rhi i:. ■.;r..ppina. la-ead j lai l;,..ad ;a,;.:;y I- P.-.v a id- i a i"- ,a i:ak li- . v. . ialis P e ! .a a. ■ ■■■ ■ e. iî:ieiî of ; ke î m ; i .e - ;.:--a.. A^ ¡a| ' .,. : .-a . :- i.a is ( , aii-:e ' , > ■■ a -a ■ ":> aaiii.rie. y d 1:: aiì ti; :-eaair.'-d!, è.. : r : - - 1 re.Hd'i ami ns n' eL- -ar\"i r î i.a aa-ea test  Í i :s p.a a . ' e aie urna > k's fa ■•. _\.<Pad-al ... ,. a. ÌK -:■ ti..a, .1  !.a:.: 1 id' ! ' ■ P. a- .e. li.i. ai 1 -- the aa-;; .t in a[e y,:~- vi m; .a. ■ ■ i;i.- e.n-ly . '-a: a'ained hi: miplere  f-. d !-.:• r. '.-ei'^ .-d his ap-. .. : . a;. ;. .-,r .\nn:ei. liis, PP a-l ila-;-:-. .dìiPi-  - :a ie, : ■ . and k.-ia-  "a ■: .V s: ¡1 ,y. ■ -.'e; ; ..a i:.-- .\!]ip:iitria-. •: !e::,a; r, Isaâ. He v:ii  arri le tr t : tir- I a- et i -ree:-.i ii -k ::..:. as i:;a!.--:. :a ! ■ nisi;. 1 i a d a •! -UPia-'>'  CI- a !:( 1 n- S 1 1 -l'i' b-imr paPa a-! ■ •  'fhe P re r 1 -a fr.e:i a - : r ami - a i. ; : .  to k'- ■ ■  say t fi.' y e- e;!. ! a ■ wldi-!î te <-ar t d they w;-.nri ;i te • : company (lid w.-is to S' , i eal -..hP, V. 'd r h" h.is î;;a<!.- m n:  F:a'0 îa- k i wi; n ;!:e ;a a.y ; ar.,': i.- in e:ia,-p i r i nel ■ ti-..- at ".y • ■ ■■ 1 Ia-e;ak Ir i- ...ae a n, i:ia \vîa.I.-,..e-e -.t., 'a.-k n d s. .pp.-;- r ai: \ ; r: e ■ e l ; i'. • h.a d ;., h .- î:, id, ■!- : l: ;e le .:• '  ri -a-dy e t u-  .\d n.i.( i- îh ■ jn-r a- i^ ■ ;a ; ::e •{■h. r.' .m- -e- r.d : ia t h a I a V, .X.-: i-.-■ Cl et,"- 1 a;e I i'.- i-- .  ri;i r a e w.i- (P-rrOiar. d :e.  n: i...ee y. .a:' :  t!'. .. . . ■:--.-aa... a 1 t\\ . ' e,y  I;' ;!a:<i î l'-ii i:;in e Id;e; . s.ee .aPl ... ■ .  chin, rv :;::- mac..- e j S: a a,.! . ■! ; k- ■■■ : ■ : " ; t.i.^k "-'i C'A ' ■ ■ '  ina-, aa la :..ei  I.; :..:.. 1 ' : a î '■ ' ; >a : .  t., iv . - s ^ r^- i;i: ; - , i: -..  p 1 P , .  deiada 1: l: shghdy k;i. d i.n o a  'i'! li- a..„ !-. rÎL: le .-ei; a ; a'-  si/.- et t i.e ;a:. i-1 ' !a'-':a:! . .as ::. .■l:m.- 1- il- th ::•  pPaV-:-;â::d'd:e;, dP. a- ar,-  ha:; : '.i a k. th • 1 -■.■: i-^ h. ■ L ap-a; d.-- -! . i . li::ie i a;::l; - .-:; ei 'I M., d niie a I.  : iianr. ■ a:ad--ary a . •:; >':o.'-c . ?\e\V'  'e.. :; i. n-d m dair ef  ■ :d:ïerent p; :.. d ro : a ;. e;-ear  ; i ; . : - :î :a:ne 1 -n :'. ■;a îil;ir when ' y -ey if r.i the \V|',-,r tl-ev re;diy ■d ■. ;::;■! a;:my rm  :e, a > :m .■ tia- î;  • 1,!  use  ,:i a .1 m,-i:-ein-s  r 1. IL a ;; l i 1 a.- te (.airi a.ac ai.d kak.-  ■ a. e:ir:-y. P,-iii, s  ■ IP i àa. c î P.. • ehii-f - d r- a ;,:dM-U-tl  ■ -e - 1- nev.-r lay .aal is always  h ;;■.; ' :fk ei-aier, . T'- ■ ■■!\ il war.  i; : : -- h maÎo;-les  :a •. \ ir was  1-1 .a ( Pii;-t. \eouUl  ■ :• 1-;; -h or. ii.-r  : T ■ V T'e-a.ed ouc Ì : -i :iek. Tlds  ::; ■ : kî:-r Th.-e; , ae.:-i- rh;in  i..- aiaoe bv liand. a:i ... 1.:-. .-I bake'--^ '.p r-. i:a; ma-:er a >a;.ill . : , .eapa i:ara  : v. :::,-r are tko ' r . . 'l"l:a preCCSS  ■ i ha .: ti." ];ard 'i !'■■ .;: -; t iiiug  ■ ' . :' !: :;- ¡:u. 1 a  r - ' -,' i.a >a w idi . ; ^ :a . ' d lia« :a'. . in -i . .■ i - m:ide into . a :. t :;e anxi r and •'.i: r';e:i i; i- ].nt .:;. .à-- da- îeinrii  - rae ï-ia-  . Í : -. f, : hk, plae. .i ■ .V riie  h. i-■fh.  Naine It "GeoiaijUie- î)e\vi'y Briiikley."  "1 always was the nnluckiest mau ()n e:irt]i. ' sud id-n:!dey when he reached 1 im odice vt r,l:!y moridng.  '•Wd.it's gcino wron^ now?" he was asked.  "(iot a baby at onr lionso, " he sadly i-epliid, it ain't e::o of the kind  th.d <-; I! he mna,;i after Dewey."— CI.'rei,.-nd L: mi: r  A-t Ve.aovy.  " thio f aa Ì T-ìo-1-er s:g!ied, "yon s.;y yc.u lave my d -ladni r no'r.-, bue will vou lo -, e her wh .n she is old?"  ENsu.N WAL-LEI: K. tniKKAnni. then traa-îVar.-d r.i the Mairie, where he .-ii ti .1-. t. d ¡.ar: i-eid;;r atlent ion .-aid -»ven Ins iirsl laareu ) ; .- m .n 1 n: •-aria^r teial.;e eiair-e et a liiebeet aad aít- iajit in ihe teeth ef lieavy yak,' le i4i,-:a- s. v. ra.l s.-am-aii who hail ie.ai .--^w; a ce. a". . aa.k He brav.-ly en-tei:-d upon 1 iu- iai-.a rtaain;_ç anil aecum-plislieii bis pri-a- a - n; a- dion.  .A ye.-ir a;:.' !.'e\\a-is ea t k-,- d'ex.'.s, aa.d kist sut;;!:',-r na.ae ar;efi;er ih-ring resane. He ¡e;iped ■,>>.ei'l 1.;;ad .-n-al i-esetied a di-owaii.^g saiiei', for vaid:-h h-aroie riet a. .sili.'er laeaal \>-:.s ;!\v:nd:-d hm; hy the Ma.saehn-e:is  Iim;am ' se.-iety.  Oí', .ka.ly 1. is.'7, he was t-en-.mission.-d ea.r-iae. and from Aiptrust to April. iSOs, s;-ia'ed on the i>.'a.-!i\iPe. Iiis [)re:-ent eo!<»»-ia.,iad waas yixi-n to him on April O last di 1V a ni i -n ot his lira. Vi-iy, exet-Iient sea-naaa- P.d> e.nd emhndia.sm for Ids v.e.rk, all Ol' Ii N-.aP ser\i- Idm wi-11 a.; soon as he  is railed upeî: Pa- yreat di-eds, as thi-y utiw ser-. -'him in tin- navre tpdet tli. c.ghvery i:ap' .rnnn ilati..'s as eoinmaiuler of a picket bout in tiine -lî artive hosiiUiies.  h. i-■fh.     er;;a' a    ei-r- a    :-a ■ 1: r r,.;:,, i;        i; and      ea rra    ii a    ¡^ sani- I l i    .. • p.! as!a'.r    roani,      wîaa    - 1 ;;e.    . : ■ ■ n ■ : - d ■>" p    : -k.-.l ine. î'    i.)ie      iji 1K    : ;-:.d        ^. ^ -S '" i          !a        a -a.';;;:: :.;    , 11; ,i,-    ■.r la;     n.-v«. :.:n,. n.\¡;:> T.vea. boys in brown a.re kmci.rd on Ce.ban .=nil they wiU îie^a: f' eea-:a:a,- ;:.:;a! taek Oythe ton. 3Io>r ei' ir wall b.- ae.O.e in .Xilanr.-i, bat. at lea.-r ene l ia .■e-ui-a.-a. ia.'.aooo I)oane-s. lia- b.-.-a kr in s-r, k.rais. The b;.ker in tha: , :ty i\r.< ah-,-.:-.pv 'le-ann to tarn out h.-.i-d m.-k. I', i-, ei ih,- i-. e-.iknion s: ;.'..-arni ihirkiu.-,-. !.at oa.es,, -uP- kear.s in hn-ae lei;. tir- ia;:a! ,a- Iratk-ery, -■ Ueaiea;be'-1 i:e "^aii;: ■. ■ r- ■ these  tou'ih ei-.-u ket.- will be i.aui i ly s-'Ugl;t for tis s^invv-nirs.  Gigantic I'ocUe;  The Sweden :!nd X. rweai;n;s c-.-irry their loo.-e eash in inmr !;-e poekei'.-.ioks. Some of tlK-.-e have bean iu us.,- -lor two or three fenerations ami a. anain e.lmest enough Icii. lier to make .1 i;air -.ii bou-L-b.  riîrttî'.eriy Pride.  "C/li, did you hear a.bout Mrs. Warble's ;-..ay ;-,!.aosr gettdp,^' burned alive ' iu the Pin- ai ihi-;r hrusv.':"  deva.a esl X.)! is it possible?" a^ r h.' only hral time to get his best di- .ss on hdm and curl his sweet, litth^ } ::-r liefore the tiromen carried them out."—Cincinnati Enquirer.  Must lia-ve I3cca Mistaken.  Father—Did I hear that young man kiss you in the parlor last evening?  Daughter—I don't believe you couid have, papa.  And a mystified look in red took possession of lier beautiful countenance.— Detroit Free Press.  Qnite Proper.  Keedick—Yomig Browne added "e" to his name after ho inherited his uu-cle's big fortmie.  Fosdick—That's quite right. EicJl people are entitled to more ease than wjor people.—'Huiiem Lite.  mJ   

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