Wellsville Allegany County Reporter, June 12, 1891

Wellsville Allegany County Reporter

June 12, 1891

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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - June 12, 1891, Wellsville, New York F o XJ N" ü E X) I JS- 1 8 3 O. I •-''^''''^^^''■'■ATIVE PAPER OF NORTHERN ALLECANy^DEMOTEO TO WHAT 16 BELIEVED TO BE THE HKSHCST INTEREST OF THE PEOPUE. VOLUME XXIL.ANGELICA COURT HOUSE. ALLEGANY CO.,' N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 189L NUMBER 24. Allegany Coiinly RepüMican, I8SÜSD EVE:aY FHIDAY MOENINO --AX-- Angelica Court House, N. Y. lUTE(L -rrr j-ear, |t.60; six month», T8 cenU tnri'o month«, M) ccnli. CiiHh in .■»dvnnce Is preferred, bnt wn nre no! Tory piirilcnlnr, P'.) lona M iubscribera arc honesi »nd will paj wliUIn a roaionalile lime. A»TKKTISrN(J RATEM. PPACÉ^ 1 wli IÏ nk 4 wït 1 Inch..........t\ «'K ft 60 Oo g inches......... 1 sui 2 oo; 3 00 d 'D' b'-s ......I 'J ('oj li fioj 5 ÜII jj o<>lunin.. r.'himii.. 8 mo 6 mo 1 ycnl f:i 0;i }6 00 t« M fi co ^ (Mi: 12 Oll 8 00 IV Oli ir> Od fcc COlllllUl. I! IH)I 5 001 H 00: IV 00 ;r> 00 30 0(. 5 OOj 8 00,19 00|ir. 00 30 OO 6 i Oli 8 oo|ii 00,ic. oo|;iti oo|f,o oo ino ou pili"!; Ci« litroctory CartU, fa per yenr. liesding niillci'K, In rt'iil» ppr lino, flr»t tnprrlion ; B Cffilt ¡»fr III «'<•(»'h fiihFiiqiiciit liiirrilon. I.egRl ndvi-r irTcrt—tw»r;—VwiTlT-TUÌBr ( hBiiKvd unartcrly if ¿^►Ircd. Teumì.—Tranflrni 8(lviTil*em«nU, carh In id. Tsncfl RetikmPiifi luidi quartsily wUh regnisi ritVffriiBcr». Tue Hktcbi.icah t» the iepTei«rrv!stive pfc])rí ol NorlMern AHoRsny, tlie only iuiimt jmblii'lifd ni Adì;( lli-a Conrt llonio. ani I» tiio oftU lnl pai <'r ol Ai l'.'iiiiy County. Ai nn advortlcln^ niciHnm In Norihern Alleprsny The liKi'i'iii-u an tas uo rivaJ nor ( iiinpetllor. Antietica /'/»i/«/i»#rtn»i. T> r. WAKKI.V, M. I)., !"hy«ician and Rnrgeo« I», Rt Tci-ldi'nrc, Ka?<l V.niu Strci't, An (.■;ira, N. V. i C. n WiK. M. P., T hv-leiiin nnd Siirponn , (OM'-ren-.-r lo I )r m IÌm-i'd ) (ffflr^ ftt ri-ii-li'iirc, I li I Man Siren, Ai'grl;i A, N. V. -il aii : Í ■!■ • . a ' . iil.' I ■ l iMir,- fti ni IIìm:-". 1 a."; i i. raMi , furili, r'v nci ii-1. a liy 1 Ir. M t. li"ì.. (aitìlflj -•vnrxTV Mi rrv •^TTM';. ■ M 1> . 1 Pr. M. ru \ V, IlEKIFF-Wm. .). Cinrw.-iod, Anccllca. S ori'KH o A ne.- ( ri'KHiNTMN'DKN'r OF l'uclt—\Vm. Woavor, Anci-llca. -KirNTY TUi'A'^rKKU ' Ah.(1 ira. Oanlal I). (lardlner, ( Il .I N l Y ■ !■, pu:.. Allef/any f"ii"f>l Intr Urtun. il;< iNi' .V iM Mioriicy« niid I oiiii- Mr'- .r. ..li 1 .Mv ( ■■ 1 \ ^ Hl.lS^, II. 1\ Al uri'cy ii.i'l t ouTiteloT al Lav» fiitia. N. V. B JgU ADKi lUI'. r I). - M.ioinoy uud Connselor «t LACK.MAN M »II L Altonìfys aDd Ceam-•elors Bt I.aiv, \\ > ì:'a ;::?, N. \ . Law, \Vollj.\, N l. Aii rn.?y asd Counselor at , N. \ . BÜTI.IsH. M Lsw, \\ !i.' gMOWN, C. n -Attorney ar.dCouu(>c!or at Law, Uollvor, N. Y. RrNDAOri:, P. lAW, AnUover, N. Y. n.-.Sittornay and Cotinaelor al Y. Ailu-i:cya and C:;oun-, .N ï. F\ir\î', wii [ )■ S< 'iT Ht I .TS . I ■. M'orripy and Coon ■i. \ , All.\MH! i;l \!N. I / il i.i'A, ■gRrNDAOri:, P. C.—Attorney and Connselor at COLLINS. A Lav?, Alfred, N f i lH KCll A i in Cy »elore iU I.iuv, \\ C 1,"«i.l,U)-ri'. A I \ I.: ^/ri i.KK, « ^iriiTP-- A \ir I \i i): Kv. 11 1/ l.a«'. Ali. <■;; Our N.ivv Hi'piutrnent is i.vpcri-moMtiit^r with H new system of protection for gunners in exposed j>liice.s on vos.sels during nctiou. Woven steel wiro cur tains are hivni*; beliiinl the siiields to protect, the gunners from friiginenls of exploding shells. These (Mirtiiins fire flexible and their resisting qualily is said to e(]iial thsl of steel plate an inch thick. A jtlan has just been formed for laying a cable between England and (uM'inany. In spite of the clo.se interests of the two countries, there has hitherto been no direct means of com-iiinnication between them, but two otlicials of a (iennnn jiort were in carrying out of the project Avhich is now con^iilered as having been deii-iiitely sellli'd. From statistics recently gathered, it seem that while American women may be more advanced in their ideii^ I hail their Iltiropean sisters, the mim-l)er who havi; to W'ork for a living is comiiaratively small. In the I'nited Slater it is e,-tiniated tliat there arc 'J,TOO,utii) working Avoiiien ; in Hug-land, 1 .i't»n,(HiO ; in France, :'..T.')0,iHin ; ill (lerinany, 0,.'»»h1 ; in Au^lro-Ilungarv, ;'i.7.'»(),0(.io.rr Wc CoiiiUl "Know. M'hither do our footsteps tond? Moro an<5 more we yearn to kiunr, As life's Rha<lows lonjicrprow, And the cvcnin;; hours descerní, Ami before us lies the end. When the door »hfill open wide, And behind us softly close, AV'hat to otir expeetant eyes Will the future life disclose? Shall nc see a inorninjj; hre.ik, Fair nnd frasxrnnt and serene. Seemini: like the Messed drc.iin Of some unforiiotten eve? chilli we w.ilk in ;.;la<hicss on, Fiuler smilin',' ^kieJ■ of blue ■rhn.u..'h an CM r liecpeniii;; drwvn, Into wiile fields fresh nnd new? Meeting those wiio I'ame before. Knowing eadi familiar look ________Aad^c ackvv cllJ:iiiiicuii>er cd. loac._______________________ Thmigh so many years Irad tlown, ."^ince ei'.cb '.ithi'r'B liftinl w( timk, Saying farwelN o'er nnd o'er' Shall we talk of l arthly tlay-, Spi'iiking low, with hated breath, t If the awful nn story Of our human life and dealh ; SIkiII wj; miller to recall Itow our heart."- wi re ¡irono to fear. How we se.an e y darevl to hope In nny Ik a\en, so fair, so near.' Ah ! if we euuld only know, As ihe shadow deej^er grow, AVhillirr iiur swift footstep- lend, .'\s lhe\ surely ft<'nr the end! [Catherine 8, .Masini, in liostmi ( oiirior.THE NUT-BROWN MAID. about them, they never knowing till ; things," the Imly answered, with gen-| A PrFV HC T]<\4PT tlie dawn showed them their danger. ¡ tie dignity. "The (ilavins arc now V^i i 1 1 ; Mounting hurriedly, he rodo down i poor, Inez, but l .knew them when or, rather, two sneh colonies of monkey«- are found in the city of Mutira, I a few hundred iniles noi th of lienares. to the valley, Avhero he was stopped their wealth matched our own, and Such is BctiareS, India's RefUgC '^'I'O two colonitH are of one speciea at last by the flow of sullen, tiirgid they were always ujirlght und loyal, waters. ; I tliiiik lieatrice is leurningto caro for All around him were wan,. white j tny i)oy. I know he cares for her, faces, weeping women, wailin;? chil- | and 1 would not have things other-dren, and more than one man's oyes wise. ' were dim, as he watched alitilo home, for Idolatrous Pilgrims. Besides the Temples There are Sacred Bulls and Monkeys. Eiiglish ncwspaper correspondiMits w ho havtì atl.ouiplcd to peiu;J4-ato iut-o the iiiteiiorof llii-'siato fcel the senti" meni of tlu" people have in every in-staiiee iiiet overly poliio othrei-s wlio lurju:d fhiim bai:k ajid uic.omiKU»4e.<l theni to s(\iiioit towns to see that tliey didn't stili» tlieir toes ami fall dow ii ou the w;iv. "Xo otlier Kennans will cver get into lìu-^.Ma," prediets ihe l>etroil l"i(M' l'ress. r. V M \ 1 ! ^ rur.-l'oN. Ine/, turned silently away and went reared so slowly and with such toil | to her room. It was not Avonnded swejit away by the flood. | love she felt, bnt disappointment and "My friend-i," Vuu<; called out, as cti.igrin are not pleasant companions, ho sat like a young prince on his horse, anil liu-y Were with her. his f.-ico showing pale find grave in the ' l"roni her window she could see ^ gray light, "I ant truly sorry for your i Vane and Heatriee walking slowly in away, misfortunes; bnt if no lifo is in dan- ; tli»> ground-, Ids face earnest and 4-el?»«-eft^^-lHv the women and children r mother. She-will sheltc and seem to have divided the city between them. 'I'lie natives of Muttra are not ablo (o disiinguish the monkcvR of ono colony from those of the othtr when they nieiit any of their simian fello\v-citÌ7.cns. Not Ro'wlth the monkeys, however, for if any member of oni' colony ventures (o invaile i!ie ler-ri!<M y of the others, a desperate battle begins, in which all the monkevs of ancient temples that have lonji since ! ,, , , ■ i ' ! the two colonu's eitgaire. — [>(ew 1 ork 'lime Althongli tln^ temjiles in Henares are numerous, they are, with scarcely an exception, modern. Many of them are believed to bo on the sites of sorry lui yum » »m- aim neairiec. waiKing siowiv in , ' - . . . I iobabl\ not one. of j jim,;^ lifo is in dan-; the ground-, l,is face earnest and than the Mohani- -.....- ^^-------------- hrr^vhyìv- bvi^T-^ ------------------------ n all go to my ! about the vivid lips ! ,, v.ii,. ..I ».111 r 1 , Ml Northern India are small and vntim- "Klephanf' Foil Newin¡ui, ihe vderan •r them gia(ll\> 'i will go homo to-mormw, ' she . . , . , . , i IVO what wc '^aid to herself. posing when compared with the grand traim-r lu , lia,-e of l.arnnm s herd, men will The eiioriiion- aiiioniit of literatiire tliut h.'is ari-en out of tli.- ilÌM Overy of \ ;)i riii.'ition silice llie d;iys of .leiuier i- reiuesenled ili a valiiable i-ollection orimii.ueil in liy I)r. \ oii Uuliue- rinii| ili \\a;s.'iw, and roni inued down to IMM) by Di-, !.. Ffrillor of Weimar, in a\1hisi' |ii>--i---ioM ibe library iiow i-». Il eniit.ain,.- iiiiw.irds of ■Jimio volunies, niiiiio;;r.'iiibs, ess.'iys, i-ir. , ujion Vii.ri'ila, jliorlllal ioii alili .'lllii'd lo|iÌi .»T», !• tifi I l.KK, ,aw, W I V\1!M-,M. 1 a«-, . Mt' riiey anci Coiiu- Vli r:, y .niiil (.'imiiffiur al N. \ . \l'uru' y ftii'l i outiiTior al 1 . 11011.1 y and ( 'iniiin .iir a: ' "1. rm-y an i Cu'inseior al IllMAiiP. A .1 'i' ■I I.IP.V V 1 ü VV , 1 11 IFl ir HA Kiii^c;. I 'ou l.i-r . r Ìi.M's w\' 1 ■ « , . ■J OM -, I ! \"orMy arili Coanrcior at V. Vili.) N , r. K. A IJ H ai l.aw , lli,:i. l'j luid c'oiinfc!'ir al N A Alt. riuyH aiid .\tl iri.ey «ini i.'oup,ì< lor at i Alt' riuy .vnd t oiinpt-ior at « N ». ' üo m'y «U'l I uiiiise'or »I I.'iw, Alli.iiicyH Riid MelN'i'ii'-n, V r Law, lír.fU't, ,T - .Kilnnii y ,\Hosin y il (.'diinseliir al id Cui""-f lor ut .it fouuên'i.tr al Tncy» ami - ATOU'U^N, N. M,—>V«44»riuiy l.aw, hrifiiil-liiii, N. ^ . OHMIsTi'N, I'.—\ttorii<y .iiid (.'oiiniolor at l^w. Cuba, N. Y. 1)l'I(U'i', ..V. I. Attorney limi i ■oniiprlor at I.hw, WullsvUie, N. Y. "1 » U HAIiI)S( J l, Couiiit uff al I aw, .N. 'i. ErMt'FK, .luHN 11.-Attoriiry und Coiiniioloi at Law, Wfi KTilh-, ^ . T> KLY A, 11 KNUY lì.—Atlonioy aed Cuini^eioi \ al I aw, lliiiiie. N. V. KKYNCl.li-^, Kl.UA—AUortu-y ami Coiiin-, lot at law, 111 ¡luoiit, N. V. EÜSSKLI., M. -Atloriii-y rdJ Cuniiselor a Law, Cuba, N . Y. __ HIPK, .1. I- ^ •t,.'-! • . .i 4 > " . i i . Kr <-. . 1. Ö"MITn,'liOCK\Vi:i.i. .V. IIUKSON.-Atîorrry r> and CoiinKelor- at Law, An-ollca, N. Y-, oud 49 Val» Su, Nt-v» York. A preliminary sniiiinai)' of the population of the" Hawaiian kingdom lia-î beru niadr, giving a lotal of '.'n,-iilt'i. The net inrrease i- seen to b(> '.'17^, or almost exaetly II .'i-1 j^er eeiit. It is learned that for the tim time in the bi-toryof tlio kingdom the n.aii\e Hawaiian-, iiirluding all of eiilier piiie or mixed blood, are an ab-soliile iiiiiiority of ihe \\ bole popiila-tiuii. This is iliie partly to the de-crca-e of n.iiives, w li 1 bax e falien otl about I'igbt per ceni., but .-til! more to tbe increase of Hawaiian born for-einors and fun ign born, \\ Im lüu'e gained over i:î,t'i'", or about tliirty--i\ \)er cent. _ .>ays a corre-pondent of the i'^cattle ( Wa-hingloii) 1'o-t-1 mclligeiicer : "lu tbe iiiatler of tlie -ale of poison- liy ill llL'gl-l-, 'lie lliclliod adopleil by a friend of mine many year- ago. uml w bicli 1 bad llie pleasure to recoin-niciiil lollie 1,1 ui-laiiire of (.emgia, w hen coii-iileri iig a bill of ibi- character. will make tbe l;n\ absuinicls' piM' fi'iM. '¡'be law :i- to coloii'd papei'S and label- and Ibe Word T'oi-nii' i- all vei \ well for per-on- w bo can read, and ill d.i\ li^bl, but if Ibe pir-ent law \\ ere aiiieiuled lo make il oblig itm y that CM I V dri|ogi-| should pul poi-ou in a till ee-coriiered bottle (ibe cu-t i-no o|•^.¡^ler ), be tbe s.une pill, jioiioii or powder, and you have an ab.uhite 'iaf!"_'n-ird, d:ty—nr—mg^bl. re;td—or im Never bad tbe world looked so iov(>- I !\' to Iniv Kent — iiCA'tM', liad life seemed so ",\rll worth ill;! liaviii:^, as wiini, turning )ier prettv ponv's head, -h(i rode liiiineward willi N'ane ('arrol, ber ili-lant ki n'inali, w bo-e mot tier's frnest sli'Hiad been fora whole month. He was nr» tiill and pliiieely; so oiaccful, courtly, i>oli-bed ; and then llie only son c,f oiu'^ of the riebest women in the s!;ue ; and I ue.-, with all ber lie.'iul y and ber grac, wa-: not over, burdened with worMly i^iar. nor had so eii^rible a parly e\er sliuwn such pleasure in her soc¡i>t\ ; and lue/ Kent \vas very \vorlill\ and praeiieal, desjiiti' of a ]iink-auil-w bite 11 iiiit iiiess, a (.¡elicale ellicrcal soriue-s of fac(> .tiid niaiiiiei-, which made lior cbief cliai III. •■()!' wliat are you tbiiikiig, little con-in/" \'aue i|uesi ioned, with a smile, a- they cantered side by side. •■^'our face is fttll of sunligtit. Is llieresonii' lo\er w ho is respmisible for tlii)s(- di in pies ?" -No," >be an-wered, with a blush | about and a shy, swift gl; ing eyes. "I ba\ e no lover, \ aiie, and I was tbitdxing only of how !iai>py 1 am here. ' Hi' smiled 'liM'y kinili\ aiiiiosi, she ibouijbt, lenilcrly - al liei. "\oU bave bi ii; lilened our house," be said, -lift 1\'. "1 >o not I biiik of going from ns yei. W'c, my molher and mvaoif, could not- ' .\t that moiiieutllic jiony Inez rode gave a stiddeii -li\\ and be i'aiiL:bt the rein, as she uiiered a slight -111 ick.iind Ih'KI 'be aimiiiil iii. A yoiiiig oirl, Willi tbe sW(MMesti briglite-t, sunniest face imaginable -a \eri!ablc ■ • nu l-bro w ii maid" - wa-sle|ipiue iii_'blly diiwn from a stile, and ber;:ieat, black, sba^i-'V di'ig bad leaped bcfoie ber, causing tlm friolit of Inez 1\e Ill's I'mny. "( 'onie, >bock !" I be girl ca'lcd ■ ami the doi^ ran forward lo her oiil-Hrelclied band. • \ am su -orrv,' .-be said, loi.kiM- I'.]! al Im /'. "W i' were lUllllili^ .1 liicc, all'I did Ulli bear \ oil : come. 1 fear m_\ dii¡/ ba- fiiolitened \ou." ! 'die fri^rliliMied my bor-e,'' Ine/ said, ill I'old, curt li'ims. at wbicb llie brow II e\'iM lii'low her e i ew ;1 i-i n s-i'd and we can.'' few broken \ ()iccs breathed blessings on him as, tlismounting, he went among them, sasing rhoeriug wotds hero and there and sending all the wet shivering women with their frightened linle ones to the great house on Iho hill. Suddenly he saw that a couple of men wme al)on! to vetiture on the swollen waters in a -mall boat. "If n'l are safe, wdiy risk your lives.'" lie asked tbeni. '•.Ml are not safe, .sir." one r(>pli<'il, hurrie.iUy. We, nc-ver thonglit of old Mr. (flavin and hi- niece, and their lion-e i- surrounded by the waler — has boMi so for bom -. TIh> old man i-i a jmrHlvtic, thr nierc onir a plip of a girl. They're in danger, sir, and we're i^ijiiig to try to get them." "I'll go with you." said Vane, step-ping into the boat. .\nd in a moment they were out i'> the rush and -well of the current, uii' able, for all their si\ strong arms, to guide Ibe boat. ."several times they ^vele caught among tloaling debris; lliev were.-wung rouml and round; tbe boat was da-bed forcibly again-l stmie bnildinfi which the water sur- j At last, with iiilinite tnmble, they ' seciiii d the boat at an open window in ibe hfl olid -loiy of .a colinde, of which Ì only that tloor and the, roof wen \ i-ible aboNf Ibe -ui facti. NVith a rin<:ing rbeer one of them leaped o\ t'r tbe sill, and \'ann looked afler them. In a great chair, with slmwl-. , and ■ a shrinking into bis laugh- I I'i^'-"') - I tic; beside the chair, sligbl, pale, bui : tirili as steel, stood a girl, wiili eyes, j like .-tai'- and lips that began toqiiiver I a- -be I 111' help tb.at iiad • uiiie ; i while al ber feel, wiih bis k>\v whine-■ cbangin..' lo joyful barking-, ci oiiched a great black dog. Tbe chair wa- wheeled lo tlie w in" 1 dow, Ibe helple-- man lifled into the boal ; then the girl ¡int lUil her band-to \'ane, and, as hi- clu-ed ou iheui. Ì and be drew Ihm- o\'er llie sill, she , fainted and fell forward. I There u a- only time to biy he>i ' gently dow n, w illi her bead resling aL:ain-t \ aiie'- kiiecs, when ibe boat ; >~l;ot away; and, w ilh a baik, tbe do^ pnineed in and swam afler. It was some lime befoie they could ' clli-ct a iaiultn^', and more iban once \'ane'se\e- wamliled lo the ptlil face ^ al hi- kiici-, ll was the face of the "nut-brown maid," w nil all its rich bloom and wann siiiiniin-s swipi fiom ii; Imi il : wa- swell, and young, and lovely, Í and the yoiiii:: man ■ foiiiid sncli a : charm in it a- no f.n i , noi evcii the ; fair one of his m',)lbci'.s .guc-l, had held for liiiii befori-, .\nd on the morrow she \Yent. And when the "nut-brown ma d" placed her little olive hand in Wane's, and vowed liim love nnd honor, be know iii;it it was himself vhe valne<i, not his broad possessions. — [Salurdav Ni-ht. Mysteries of Figures. A ( alifoniia iinidnunc has been col-lednig some remarkable faets about tlie mv-tery of certain combin^i^ilions of ligure-^. \ ^ery curious number is 1 I-.-'^-'m, whirh, ninlliplied by 1, or li, give- tbe same ligures in the same order, l)eginnÌMg at a dill'erent pi'iiii, bill if mulli[ilied by 7 gives alj niiiev .Mulliplied by I it eipi;iU Fl'-,^'17, multiplied by i'qiials 'II; miillipied by :i eijiial- 1 ; multiplied by 1 e(|nals :>! \. r.'.s, nml-tililie.l bv Ô e.pials 7 1 1 'J.^.'i ; multiplied liy I. ei|uals l-pj ; niulli|)lied by 7 eipiiil- le.e.i I.i'i'.i Multiply 1 l'J,S."i7 by ^ and vou have 1. 1 I'_'.'^•"ii'i. Then ¡uhi ibe lirst ligure to Ihe la-t and von have 1 .l'J.s.',;. tbe original number, tbe tiguies evacily the same a- at the -lai I. Tli(> niimbi r o7 has ibis -irange [le-culi u ily; Multiplied b_- :> or any mnl-liple of :! up to '^7, it give- ibrcc ligure- all alike. Tims, three limes li7 be Ml; twice t'.iree times t I'l tiiiii's) ;,7 will be'..".".'; three lime lbr<-e linn - ('.I lime-I ."i7 gives linee ibrees; t'lnr time- ibrre ii-im's (FJ lime-) ;i7, I bree fours ; and -o on. W. (ireen, ho died in 17','I, is said lo liave lirst called atienlion to lite and statcdy tem|)leR of Southern India. 'Fhe temple of Hisheshmar, Ford of the Fniverse, known also as Mahadcy, is i-ridialjly the largest, and certainly the most popular of all tin city's temples. It occu]>i>'s one corm>r "reipilies a \'a-t deal of palHMiec and miieh care, l'or in-tane(>, to teach one of them to stand on his hind feet re-t]uirc-i a heavy tilock'and t.acklc. ,Inst acred ' fore leg- is ihe rojie which runs over a block ;imi to which i.s at- of a Inrgc sqnare, the greafer portion of which is jin elevateli piai forni. ( )ii one side of it stands ibe pi incipa] mosipn- of the city. It is Imilt on the site and partly wilh the materials of the ancient tempie of lìishesbm.ir, which was deslroyed by thf order of Arnng/.eb. A high and ma--ive wall lacbed another elephant. Flephant number two wilks away. elei.di:Uit niimbi'r one lifts bis f"re legs from the tloor. Sometimes this has to bo done for da} s before the beast real-;/es w hat i- reiptired of him. Then he i- i.[uiit> \\ illing io try it himself. .\t tir-l lifliug his feel a few inches Rurroutul.i Ihe. temple, and i« ihe m wUt .i í' .i.s Jiaaily pursmidod of the iptadrangle is a raised platform 1 "" 1''- i'"!^''- with a roof, .uhove wbu b are images ! -imi>ly illu-traie- the ponderous ditli-: ¡11 sand-loue. marble, and bras- of \ ii- ■ ''^i ly and the great amount of pali-enee j ri+Ht« íí^mU HH-d wlf' fi-vrni, í rcquir-cd Ujn-nij+y Uh' ü+hhíüF Itrrt as il Were, the court of Hisiie-bmar. ! one « taught be genei iilly remembers Tbe India metal workers and llm-e ^ il- I M"'"' -several moiitlis once, of their craft ha\e tlieir sboj.is near I'ying' to teach ••Don" tbe gate of tbetetnple. '! here idol- : to w rile bi- ii.nne. He learned to can be bought according to weight, or , ''"'"l chalk .Mriec!!;,, and after workmanshi)!, and not a liille wrang- | tracing a capital ling mav In beard as liie -eib'r praises I Onr (Jhotr, Therc'ii .Tiine isophJa 7 And Ann Maria, ^ With Obfidiab,------------ - And Jeileklah, In our ciioir. And Jane Sophin, soparno, «In^» So^high yonMthinkher voice Uti Vtefji To sonr above all earthly tblni^, When she lea^s off on Sunday}--- While Ann Maria's choice , _ out in such harmonloa» Toioe That sinners in thecliurch fpjoicei And wish she'd sing till Monday. Then Otaediah's tenor high 1« unsurpngsed l^enCnth the sky; •IiiMt henr him sing "iSwcet by and By,* ."Viid you w ill sit and vrondcr; While .ledekiali's bass profound (■<>e.s down ¡so low il jara Ihe groandy And wakes tbe eehocs miles nroutiU,, Fike dislant rolHng ■I';ilk noi to 15S ófratti's fame, : "f Nicolini's tenor tnuje, Of ( nry's alto—but a nome— Of \S'hitney's pondeiroiis baaso! They sing no more likc Jane Sophi», And Ann Maria, Ol»e<llah, .imi Jedekiah in onr cbolr, Than eats »ing; likc TommMloi —[MtisioBl Becofd ' ' fimisroRous. ' Full measure—Ten dollars or ten days. Natural pivilosophy—Taking careot number one. " ' ~ ^ The detcctivo's business efalQuid 1)0 « «TicrrBSfifl fo1ii?Wl'n'<?'r.......:....... and the bu\(M' dis]iarages, tbe image oi the god ihal hotb of tlu'in wornhip. Al all lioiirs of the da\ , biil specially fro.m .1 a. m. lo l'J, croNsds of wor-sltiliper-i jui-s in and out of tin lemple. Fach one conx's al l he hour iiinsi con-veniiMit for hiniself, as tbere i- i;o ai>poinled li nie, and woi'sbips .•uiy or all of tbe gods as he may |i|ea-e. Fadi \vor-bi[iii"r in ihis temple inu-l of iiece-siiy pay lioinag« lo Ui-he-bmar, the jlre^^idlng deily. ■Manv weinen of middlo bfe or aged of t bou-a III' au adepl in ■h" for I i me.s wrii iiig several he be-••Ds," arc to lie seen in tbe templi". l>;vnds fact that alllhrougb the muliiiiücat^un of julgiim- who spc-ak ^trange tongues ^ which we liav mie lo I are condncled ihroiigh th.^ leinplc bv a "tío" al all. Il came bul wb<^n be bad masteied the small ••o" \\e fiuiml lhai Ihe construe' lion i.f ibi^ lelicr "l;»" b:iil enlirelv faded fi.>m F-mi'h miin!; so 1 ga\e il up. \\ e b.'i\ e Io be fertile and iiiiaginii-live in dc\isiiig trick- and -cht^iei». Tbe entry of tlie keeper on a chair placed on the lu-k- of an elephant is an idea \\ hicli tl.i-bi-'l acro-s me some few wi-i'k- ago. 1 tried il and fciind tli.'it il worked, and if has bevn one of ihe movt -cii-ai n'lial feature- of oifr act ihis \ear. \ cr\ oficn tricks on t gl' CQtn'T, ntrPHR—Attorney auJ Counielof at {Ol^w. 'A'cU8\nile,N. Y^___ ^ S'WIFT S. C.—itioniey and Counselor at La«^ Cuba, N. Y. . ______ DTEufilNfi, D. A.—Attorney and CouoBclor Sl 15 Law. Aimoud. is. _________ Attorney ani Counselor at CjPARGUR, WM.-Afte oU9vil{p. N. V. [■^MACT. s. n.—Attorney and ConMelor at Law, L Belmont, N. Y. ■y^AN I'LKKT. L. C.—Attorney andConnaelor at Law, An,lover, N. Y. VINCKNT. CHAS. K. —Attorney and Counjelor at Law, \v .tili« llie. N^Y. yyARP, WAMILTO.N'-Aitoniey and Couneelor _at Law, BelmoM, N. WILLlAl<,n, V. A.- Attorney and Co Law, Balmont, N. Y. W" oonwourii .c 1 avnim: counuölorsat Law, H in-h lord. N. . WlNO-HOli, WM. C. at Law. OaiiafcrHg jui^^at At'orneyit an9 Mtorii. y and .Coiniiolol I. N. V. • "^yiLLEY, W. K. -Atinriiey nnd Counselor at Law, Kill moro. N. "i ■ Wmi'Wuon, W. .1.—Attorney and Conueclof at Law. Wellsvllle,N. Y. JpAOB llOUsK, 11ÜKNELL.SYILLR,. fi. Y. JO.S. 0ILUE8. The b*t Hot«l In t+ie ctty. Hai i'op^^f read." "While our large ciiies are glnlleiì with population," reinark-i ilie Nc-w ^'olk News, '-llie Soiiibern Male^, iiiiU .-idax's Ilde, .arc buldingonl in viiiiig inducements to iinlii-i l ion- peo pie to go tbilber and beiler iheir con dilion. In N'irgiiiia ahnic, 1,i i. io, i n ii acres of tilbable band are 1\ing idle, and public notice h.as been given ibai Ibey are for hale .-ii ju ic- wiibiiitlK reach of any eiCei pi i-i-ig person. .\ the Sc,ntbei ii ^hiic- Iniiiiigi .iiion ( on venlion, ieceni!\ held iu .\sbc\ ille, N ('.. ih^legates from nearly all of tbe Siale.s dwelt up m the -.iibjcct, am produced facis show iiig ih.fl w ith j fidr expeiutilure of enterprise, honiei-eoiild be quickly -ecured and owned, and farmers put on ijie high road tc pro>peril y.' ' Frofessor Mosso, ¡UI Italian physiologist, may be said to have Weighed thought. Ho has shown by. experiment that thinking causes a rush of blood to the hiain, which varies with the nature of the (hougtit. Mosse I)rovcd it by balancing mátt. in a horizontal poiitioii »0 ^Íetóeíf ^haf wheu ho bogan to tl^Iiik tlm of blood to hit head turned the fcale. When the tubjeci was «sleeps ^ tKongUti of ^riiioiis which came tQ him ÌU dream» were suffioiout to siiik ìli» heaá below }ii«,leet, and the «ame dis. and N'aiie - linger- ilropi>ed from tbe pon\ '.- rein. "1 am BO very sorry," tbe girl said again. F>iit Imv. made no reply, -avo to sh:d^e out the rein ami , anler on. N'aiie, as be followed, b.ared bis bead and bowed low to the small, ilark-f;iced stranger, who made so plea-a'il a piciure, standing in ihe -unset wilh one little brown band resting on the head of her ilog, .-11111 a deep llu-b on eil ber oli ve de ck. "1 wonder \s ho -bo was?'' he said preseiilly lo luc/ The porcelain-tinted lieauly merely shrugged her shoulders and curled her lip. "A gii'sv, 1 fancv," she said, even- ly^ lint \ ane ("arrol knew that the face he had seen was not that of a tent-born waif—that the voice 1 had hoard had caught none of its music from wild bird or streamlet; anti SQinehow the words he had almost fiaid to Inez remaikied unspoken, w hile he and she rodo iu at hi« own gates, and the daj' died suddenly, in paling clouds and shai*!) w^id-arrows. It rained within an hour, and for three days and nights thoye waa the ceaseless beat of rain-drops, heavy and licvce, upou the world about them. Thoh, in the grayness of a wind-Swept, rnin-washed morning, word was bronght him (hat below- in the Tillago there wcr.c poor wrotclie.H who were stritggling w^lj? (he ¿H¡sen 'wa-tevMi ■ ^Kar the'river had crept beyond its imn^s and rpoumd its ov^rllou- into tliif vftViOy, whiiic Imndu'^dMlivvll, fui,l jtiii iOJtjc i\ cu'pt liilihoi' "I ba\ e iiici m v fate," he -.lid to himself, w bile in; sirove to ^uidelhe boal lo band. And when at last land was reached, and she w a- given to him to 1 in y to a ¡ilace of safeiv, his heart leap, d with deligbt to lind iliat his molher h id soni their cal riage dow 11 to the \.i.;c\. .Mr. (tla\in ami bis niece, Fe alrice, were tiikeii lo \'iine'- bome, wbicb w.as alreadv liiled wilb fiitb'ii r- from ihe tloo.l; and as in gave llcaliice in bis iiioiher's c.H e, be bml :iiid ki-scd Ibe stalely old lady on ibe bruw ••.Molher," be wbispere,|, ••!i, very kind to ibis new giie-t - fi.ir inv -ake. " .■--be looked down at the swi . i, pale face of the girl, then up iiilo her son's eyes, and -he under.-tood. At th.at mivmient the dog, -liagg\ . wet, jianling, ran tip to \ auc, ami put his nose in his hand. A few days later ihe Hood was a thing of Ihe past. Clear -k;e- and sunlight smiled upon the world; and of Mrs. Carroll's giie-ls bin three were left —Inez, Kent, Heaiiic, (.lavin and her uncle. '•Are those people going to remain here forever?"' Ine/. asked .Mr- Carrol, wilh a fr.own on her face. •They ■^uite spoil my visit." "1 am sorry," Mrs. Carroll answered, wilh a slight tbuh iu her eye-, ''but I have invited them to remain a month with us here, and I think,. I hope tboy will do so. Mis- (ilavin is a lovfclv girl. 1 could ask n 1 siv ceter wife for Vane." "Wife for Vane!" eried Inez, with unsteady li{>s. "I>o you ijuitc mean tindi"^ "lie loves her; she is Worthy of[iiat; I Nvi^li h't^ hup;>tnoá3 buyuud ai|l laide Ilio prodncis of nii nine. Mnlliply by any ligure you liktì and the sum of ilie rc.-nl'.anl digiis will inwari.ably adii up as iiiiie. Tliiis, Iwice is l,"^; ¡old the digiis logelber and 1 and m.ake Ib 'l'bree linies !) l)y a paid guide, who ilireets Ihem in the ceremonies that niii-t be prrformed, íind iii-ists upon the oll'eriiigs that must lie Iliadi' to iusme (be full sjiiril-tial beiietil of a vi-il lo the >acred The woman who "broke into song'»^ now hns a eraekcd voice. She—Is .Jack trying for the cliorottf lie- - Well, he must be, if they are srit all sensitive. The agitation over clectroc«<i¿n if certainly an important branch of CIU^ rent history. Now a tack combine is forming. Who will be bravc^Miough to down" on it'/ The oilice may ficek the man; bat the boy looking for a job comes down, on il like a mob. IMost people wouldn't bare so many.^ troubles it they didn't, spend so mtieb time talking about them. , ' \ The man who would climb the ladder of Fame nmRtn"'t linger too lou^ on each round of applatise. . Customer—Are yoti sure.Ibis bjpeadL.; is fresh, baker? Fresh baker—Well, I should say ho, it'd tomorrow'a. :i eat store do not | Il i»^ curious about people who can^ I \asiierating, but i »<>1 S'cep nights. They can alwaff are '.'7, and I' and goes on up to 1 1 tini \erv and are > 1 1 ti mes ,, w bicb good. .\dd Ibe b^, and and 1 i> '. hgil-, ( ,0 'o It I cily. Men and women inovi -ives confiisedlc, noi-iiv, muliering pra\- ri (1-, proclaiming lln> 11:11111- of gods, convcr'-ing tu'iven ijuaneljng A sa-on to any cxienl .iml you will lìmi it cred bull or Iwo may be seen moving impossible to get awav from the figure | ¡iround iu the luowd, Ibem-elve- wor '.b Take an example at random. I sliiiiped as go.F, w hile, uncon-ciou-, of Nim» limes li:î;i 1- :!(i."il ; .add ihc digiis the honors paid lo lliem, liny i at the Iben if we iraiiiers .are not gifted with jiatienre we liavc no excuse for being trai iier-i. ""i'es, I b.a\e Irained nil sorts of birds and bea-.-, but 1 never fouiul any aiiim.al -o docili", ¡»alieni or obe-dieiii ,IH ; n elepbaiil. They arc fhe only aniiiiiils ili.ai will an-wer lo their name- ¡11 Olli¡I-; I\ ;ini| wiiliorU mistake. I'-iil il is a long, ledeuis piece of work. ('illy a naturai love for ihe animals I.....Id pcr-uade an\ man to undertake sleep through chorc time-4n4ÌM>-iiio*»»—| ing. ' - Alasi Already: "tieorga, dcar, will ' y^>n love mo when l'm old?" "What a siily (piestiop., Penelope. Of course..1 do.-' A bridegrooin is like a caf Ile I.S the most insignifiirant object^p sight, but the tiiing caa't go on wìth* out him. "What is repentance?^ asts tcmporary. together and ihey iirike ( )r, again. Il limes 2F.'7 i- l'.'.bil; aiM ibe digits together, they makiî IS, aiiiF^ and I is '.b ( )r still .again, il time- .iii7l is l.'i.ii:;;! ; the. sum of ibe-e digit- i- ■.'7, and and 7 is ;i. --l>,in 1 i.uici-co Fx-aminer. Steamer Snenk Thieves. Last Weilnesilay .afieriioon, b.ilf an hour b( f lie one of the big Irnn-if !aii-lie steamships was line lo -ail irom h r pier, II smart lian-,mi rallied .limig the wharf and -et down tv\() \-,,ung men nnimaeulaiely .arrayed and c.irry-ing extensively-labelh'd vaii-es. I'bcv bore every sign of tbe experienced tr.aveier, and as ibey -'aried up ihe "■angplank liieir bla-e .air wüs i be .ad- miration of all beholders. .\ stout, 1)11 letly-dressed man, wlio iiad iieeu "'lauding ill the foot of Ihe gang plank back of I ne of the ste.un-liij) titlicers for half an hour or more ga/ing idly at the crowds, suddenly woke into life, look a few rapid -leji-* that brought him on the trav, lei-" lu'els, and said; "( oiiie now. Fete, lake a great big jump; you cau'l do any biisine-s here toda\. ^'"11 gel along, too, i reiichy."' The bla-e younglilen wheeled about like ir.lined -oldiers, said: •'All righi, .liinmie," .ind m.ide for West street, ami anuiber. hansom. A spect.'iior was nio\ed to in-ijuire into ihe \vhe:'efore of ilie oc. ciirrence, and wa-, told by the ipiii t man, wlio was a Central ( Mlli e ile-tective, that the two young gentlemen were iiigh-elns- -neak lliii vi ^ who once inaile a luxurious li\lug by robbing-sleivmshii) cabins. Their Mietbod of ^^■Ol-king A\a- logo aboart.1 iike jias-sengers a few niinules before sailing lime, saunter down inlo ihe saloon, dodge from thero into the unlocked staterooms, and till their travel-staincil valises w ilh such liKjIe ihingH as silver-topped toilet articles, boiiij-iet holders, and jewelry aK tin y conbl timi. 'Fhey were not above t.-dving an extni-nice overcoat or Rti'amer rui; m»w and then, either. .In t as the go-a-hore bell would ring Ihey would back down tho gang])lank, waving good-byes to an iutaginary friend, iind then disi>ose of the spoils. 'File sHenmship nien tinall.y caught on to the little siheme, ami now they have detectiv^ sintioncd al their piers eveiy sailing (l.iy. [New Vork Ttnn; ^Ifiue honor ^lespises evasioni. idlerings Iliade lo oiher gods. .Nine beli- aro hitiig from the roof of Ibe tempie, so iliat each \vor-iiip|ier ma\-call tho attenlion of lhe god lo him-»clf. Tbe alimist ince--aiit luigiiig of the-li bells i- bewildering. ! In Ibe s.-iine sivci t and not far from the fem|ite of |{ishe^hm.-^r is anolber, : the tempie of Ana]mrna, Ibe go<ldess ,1 of pleiily-, crede,1 abolii 1 7'> \ ear-ag,i. Tbe temp'le siati,I- on a raised piai forni biiill iu llie cenire of a ipiiidrang'e, ■ s'irrounded by high walls, on ilie in-nersiih'of wbirh aie cloi-ier-. ; dome, siiiipiii'led by piilars, .-iiid a smail towcr are aiso pari - of llie lem- 1 pie. Flaborale c;u\-ing- and faiil.-isii.- 1 jiainiings of ]ibauls, tiower-, fruii«, | filiiloli. i tbe job. 1 do if bee,in-e I luve the 1. I 1 , , 1 - 1 , bein<i Börry whcn it is too lato'to dc iite. 1 robabiv tu m, dyiiig dav I -lialM.ewiih inv berd. They are an - ....... iiiexbau-iible sin Iv. 1 Tlicre IS no solitude so miseraMe at — ----------------; that of the man alojie in a noity eltr, \ Heniarkiihle liody of Kock. j nnless it be that of a niatt alone Wi(h • A; .\u-liii, iix. a dam l'oing ¡joisy bftby. biiili in tbe ( olo|-;i,io Kiver w-|iere il tluws tbioiigli a c.-iiu inli'Uiied lo f'uniisb ) liig 1 he I ¡I \ 's w aler '11. The dam is ow er for i>ump-siipplc, and for a con* As a rule repentance it ;iiid birds—mr rn itttt 'I'here are f.iur -lirines. In one is an j image of (;:i,!ie=-b, the (?od of »viedom, ; in human shape, but w ith Ihe head of ; an clepbanl. In another is îlauiiinan. j tho monkey g^od, ho aided the deilied hero K'am to compier Famaii, the ! tlenion king of ( 'e\ ;on. and to ree ivcr ^ his (^»uecn. .--il.-i, w bo ha i been carried j oil b\ him. The iliird shrine contains an image of (laun, w ife (>f Mahaden; ibe fcuii Ü, an image of the. sun in a chari '1 drawn by peven Imrses .-mil surrunnded by a giory repre-cnling 1 be deci rii , iigh; am' -ircei cars>-stem, wilh a large snr|ilu- \\ bichean be usenl for manu l.-ie! ni ing pin po-es. Below ibe d.-im a w i.i-le plaie.oi -irelches down ibe rnei. f,.rniiiig an admirable ioca,-liuii fui ibe bydi-aiilic c.aniil and mills. The -iriii-iurc wiH be ll.^fe feet in li-nglb ami 7o feel high. It will be iMlilt of i.M-ani!<', I'll f.-el The "bouncing boy" is probably, Wt called becausc he can rouse yoii tmfT of sleej) about as quickly as a park . policeman. ., "Mules are contrary things," »aid th.' driver. "Very true," said^^ll^^fgi: ; •For in>tance, they are always ting their best foot backward." Ket'ii your eye on ihe kind'friend who gives you suggcfition« that rell^ on oihers. lie will put hi« WOrdft iotfi thick at the ! y""*" your discredit. Tbe Icmiile of ihe godde-- lluiga is at the -Ollibern I'lid of ihe cily. Here \ cry man \ bloody- sa> ritices are offered. Tl ev h;ive no conneciion. in the minds of lliost- w ho (dler them, ( with sin or the means of atoning for | it. The goddess is suppo-ed to de- j light in the, diseases and dea'iíh of man- , kind. As she ibirsis for blood, it is j given her. in the hojve that she may be j appeaM'd and imliieed to -pare the life i of man, woman, or cliibi whom she had doomed lo deiilh. A eohmy of large lailles-» monkexs, 1 nuinbcring many tlion-ands «nd all regarded as li\-ng g,>ds and goddesses. 1 is conuecli'd with tito Téniple. 'Fhey j wander arounil all over the neigld>or- | hood, ihrongh the temi>le, and are I seen in the ba/.aars, upon the 1 flat roofs of houses in i the gardens, ami everywhere. The ' visiiors to Ihe temple feed them liber* í ally wilh grain, fruit and sweelnn als, ' The gat'ibms ami even ihe 8hof>s of ihe j o))en ba/aars are often ruined by them. ! If a F.uropean tir a .Mohammedan were to kill one of Ihe iionkeys it would probably to a disturbance of the J^eaco of the city. A siin^ilar coloi^yjSoberly —Do you believe,^.JSprathSi, that tlieic is luck in JlQWèhotó^ >prai4ty—If there is it stava in 'erat. 1 never knew of any comiaV Ottt ^ em.Fainier: Doctor,, I should like present tlds painting to some pubtk lo Ibe summit. 'íhosc ; insiiiniion; now which would yott ai.'iied Li\ boii/ontal, 01 j recommend? Doctor:' TheBlind Aaj< lum. .*san ;i—Ho is not rich, and yet bt makes a great deal more money he spends. Kodd—llow can. thM hf j ^.lnso—He works iu the United Stat» Mint. "W hy don't you fight," Iw IMWd Jtc the big m'an, "instead ot thero nnd howling and"Fight ? Why, that'» tbe way I al<wa\s light," Carnthors—It takes a good d«||«(«t uriring to get Miss-Pruyn to ilAi^: Wane—es, but it can be dcÉoe. 1 want to learn is how to stop herewMI f-he gets started. - , "Whati makes you color ade rod?" asked the curloQS old boliom and ifeel at ibe top. The j granile used i- found in Hnrnet county, ' .'•^li miles from Au-tin, w ith wliich the i '¡mu ry is cunnecied by rail. It is a' most 1 eiiiai kaine body of nick. Fuor-i moli . dome- of bare graiiit<\ h;df a! mile wide .-it the ba-e, ri-e liundreds ' of feiH big mas-e- are I approxiiiiaiely bori/.inlal scams; not! ¡ seam- ot -t 1 at 1 ti'-ai luu, but apparently | of -ill inking in cooling, j u¡'-, \ .in ing from one tc ore in thick iiess, jr;iving I ' , Í fr.un lb'' lu.-i.-s, sioiies ot ibickne-- can be quarried. ibe re-iilt F.I 101 ncMi-1- feel or been lifici an\ lb sire — New t)rleaus Fic,i\ nne. («;ddn't Fool Him. A tail, ihin dociór mi th,' town had an I'tlice, <>11! of which a doOr led inte a -m.-ill l.'d'iur.'Corv . One day, while workine ibe;»-, an F alian fi nil selU-i eiiUui-d llie I'tlii-c. Finding the room descried, be inriie,! 1,0 leave, but byr misiake opened ihc diior to the doctor's close!, in ■ which was a iiumaii skeleton, ill ail iu awfulne.s.s. The -iglit was loo inucli for the pooi Italian, hropping bis basket of fruit, he made his. escape in a panic. Tli' doctor heard the comin Mion,'and cainc fi't)m ili- biboiciiory to see what the matter was. The open cb»sef door and llie fruit scaUcred on ihe tloor instantly explained llie sima.ion. lie went io-ihi' window, ÏÏiid saw the frightened Italian siümling on the s^idewalk bo-low, looking up nt the window. V'I'omc up," said the do(;tor, at the same time beckoning with his long linger. ' ' , /•No, you don't," exelaimed tiie/fel-low; shaking 1ñs he:Ul, »«l knew you, if roil Vvo got your cioiU'es ou.", Î- ¿ X' i lemán of the circus mercltMit. *mfü|tf| S^mV WÜS the uuUgjiaiA^if^^ ^ "yon don't o.xpect ,11s to take for clear water, do you?" My sweetheart pcrfect? No, ÌImMì^ That's very plain to see; For, if she vn«, she. wouldaHtof« I'ocr miserable me. ......... Fes^lbly P»r«wàMB« Primus—Dunningtoei it M fellow. Lbare known lü« I» * in a drawing-room, TMi excuse for that. J Se«nnd«te-«-Well, that. Were yon tell^ irue tlorieft?*^tl o. t. . ;