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in two hundred ud mil
1 dhtlect. r
I'TAPAN hMTM earthen
rnHMw, am the reoor
i that annually vL
i accurately noted.
; It took Goldsmith i
m yeara to fln-
Mi 'iThe Deaerted
kkl he considered!
ir line crt Poay a
erjr gooa aay'a jw
r .Tkbome lit now llurtrvi
ko, and he ha
en In his time a clk,
a shorthand writer, a
rfcer, an I
ihr InnmarUirldfre In this country
in this country W
I tMatl fvhlnh imM a nOrtatm rtf
ke roo'iBflrkln, In Imbbt&Jlal
riyweniy-nvo miles long.
aid that In En1tkWhc are!
fndred Urea oiUIadxtdnein rotan-
w . -.. . t " 1
I, ready Ut be rushed to the Drinker
liy the Grand Old Man diet, ft
KN'TKAH-oiin at In England, the
kter or Prof. Hudsory hiwircvvrltUn
dk oi euciki, aupftiywrjieerexv
It haa been very faroralfcrrac
BUDvested that should a fawn
It Westminster regret the exclu-
the Lowell memorial frop Waat-4
raopey, ne may maxe amends ay
7 in some vacant; stone the line
a the French BMMnfr djprpHf.
the absence of tf oWnlTWotli1-
wantinv to hU'rlofi! Hefe
to ours." i
ileBt American naval officers of
-.- Commodore Henry Bruce.
f,Stered tHsaVrtiM ift 18161
l'!l ci.l i " J,i ' '. . i..l
inn txuinuKu, vara in ieu4.
ie service in 1618: Commodore
ockwood, born JJW$,Jri.
ervice in isju; iccar Attmirai
Irt?o, born in J813, entered
ja.1825. , t I ft, '
untry few books have ever
.edition recently appeared in
be gueen'slOriHo aya(6f
li book.? lie adds that
tolerably .dul), prosy aad,
not to p
us uiu. im n, amy;
J5, f PPfratipon, baa
-vm jourppeawai rrom
A Uir daya ago," in or-
dcr to balkM
alleged vampire which
i have been nrevlnr on
the body at i
waea .memoar wm
huincd, tlie lij
from and orwi
a .Hi' mmj-mm."i-2 t
has a bull aao:
from a calf,
ij.irao tame that he1
turns It out
in tho nclffh
ng-'flelda. ' He catches
the big bnll'fc
illy aa he would a pet
king hlm'to harhcM.
ipbse toa'Wagdn last
amb, and is hi
Ho 'hitched the
carried ten miles ' at
ore he could stop tho
NitAn OlymplllvasK. ia a
to the surface. It
Is between twent,
aad thirty feet in
the brick wall at
tho well has bifi
tho ground, untft,
tha uir ltko nff
w it sucks up into
ten or flftron feet
ricks are un
disturbed, and tho wall is intact. Tho
bottom of tho well, too, is rising with
It is John D. Rockefeller's custom to
open Ills morning mail at tho breakfast
table. Tho letters from unknown
writers nro distributed among tho chil
dren, who poruso them and mark upon
(ach envelope tho disposition which
ahould bo mado of tho case. Afterward
Mr. Rockefeller himself goes over tho
correspondence and rovises tho work,
but to ono unacquainted with such mat
ters tho accuracy of judgment displayed
by tho llttlo ones In passing on the mer
its of begging requests ean bo nothing
- 'Two rather notable utterances have
appeared, Jin print lately respecting our
two most original and profound Ameri
can men of letters, Emerson and Haw
thorne, Ono In Cnrlylu's rather churlish
and petty criticism of his old friend.
Emerson, to Gavan Duffy, his young
Irish friend, which tho latter reports in
an English review; tho other is tho rev-
elation of his own letters concerning
Hawthorne's attitude in tho civil war,
now.mado public by his coUego friend,
Horatio 11 ridge. Carlylo Is reported ns
saying tlml Emerson borrowed his opin
ions, in part, from "Sartor ltcsurtus,"
and as mimicking tho way in which
Emerson met objections with "Ylsslr,
Eioiitkkn ninety-two bids fair to bo a
banner year for tho diamond trade in
this country. Over a million dollars'
worth of high class dltimends have been
Imported already this year, and It Is es
timated that upward of another half
' million dollars' worth are either on their
"'.1.' ,way 'or havo been ordered. Tho total
' 4rtt ttift VA'lt. ttrlll luk Bnfitn.ltt lnctt 41tnvt
. i u t.,.w jvh. . .. n.ui vu. .t V..UU
" i lUin MA fitt.l t tkn nalttrtn itt4f ihiab
in this dIcrutlon,even tho heavy domaud
of this year will bo exceeded next Tho
output of diamonds has been restricted
of late years, ow'nff to tho overstocking
of 4I10 market, and tho American doe
mand has grown so rapidly that all
danger' faft tho market being glutted
would seem to bo over. Strange to say
the English and European demand has
beenN atationary during tho Inst two
years, during which time tho demand
from thl aid of tho Atlantic hat, almost
NEWS OF TI
tlut I.a IWirtv.
What Is known is else ""At
oerca4(ri of New jrork democrat
C f4rraoaae and fleeted sevcnil
deteraasa to the CMcacro conveaeVl
MAtfCtS V.(lURTT died Ml
. .11 c- -- - . .. o
y I3l9a a eoatln of BaroneatT J
uaMAKAMantcKMS la Texas
ore Heerai laws.
TttK prestdtntaad party ha'
vurnca w TVastiiikrton.
CDVtn Toilndr, the well kn
wtiter and BhUiatkropist. has 311
Eiht Europea i govcramenta
eceMed Wic iavit it on to nartlc
monetary conTc tlon. 1
Tub president d rcctcd tho rctireiirt
from Retire arrrfce on acconnt ofll
ess of Col. II. U ncy, judgoadyocl
freiteral of the n tv. and Lltmt 8!
Lcmly is laentioni A as hia most UIk
Oev. Vmm, ef isdoasla, haa
SMkclamationvsal Intr a sneclal aesaTo
ot tho lcfrlsiatHto uno 39 to re-apfloH
tlon the state iaio icnato and assemfct
districts. Ml 71
Issued a (renew
order to the
nnounclng th' M
tirement of Id
icr ucncrai jj. i
Stanley and payln
a high tribute
hiB military servtt
OArTi E. H. RA
of Wales North S
itPH. of the Prim
sea at Weymouth.
iy jumping into tl
c mnsim oi wain
hki73d birthday at M dinner and orgah'
iM the "Walt Whitman Reunion."
ox has been nomi
lijkted by a democr
tlo convention ass
sfceessor In the low
Mils. Mr. Fendlo'1
nousu vo Dcnuvor
is at present
Aorixn Gov. Jitnu
oiiam's letter to
the lord rmayor. of
Tor help for the auffci
says that over 90,000
oplo aro home-
less and that 3,000 ho:
sos in l'ort Louis
are "in ruins. Rose
1111, after Port
Louis, suffered tho worst Threo hun
drid nnnnlii ivitrn lrltlnii tttntvt It. t.tnV
six days to bury thb OOp vlhtlms In Port
r (Miss Ida Cbf.aoan, at present a clerk
in the census bureau, slated before the
at flrs;t bee n appelated fie tifcree monhs.
She had received M a niostn. PoAhe
first two months she hah paid to Miss
Conovcr, a relative of Chfcf Clerk Chllds,
1'J.SO a'month of her salary. Sho had
done so bocauseMIsa Coiovcr satdjthat
sno w-ouiu enucavor to navo her
UInea. x . ' t J
aaa congressional district nominated
Fred Close on the eighth billot
rl,Tnvvprohtbltfonlsta of Minnesota
lMMSoisdMted a state ticket
V6ntm,Xm haa determined to
aaMiw'ortant exhibU from the
Nklfaaaitke Columbian exjposltlon.
THK oentmem nt II 111 nmlllnnlil man
at OmahA gives rise for repoA that tho
Great Northern and Missouri Pacific
are about to enter into an alliance.
Hoohks of villages along, thq lower
Mississippi und its southern .tributaries
ihave been wiped out by the floods.,
liuslnesa in many places,' has been
iwholly suspended. Few correot reports
iwtd uwu Kiiu uut, imnuwiM people
are afraid of scaring away possible
.. iw an acciaoni 10 tne Bania Fo ex
press at Lemont, III., Engineer Isbell
was kuicu, niao passengers were la
fwrlhetfuth of tho report thkt Dr.
Sheltnn Jackson was murdered byVAlos
kun Iudluns. V
Dit. Donovan of Pontine, Ill.,was
drowned In Vermillion river near that
town. Ills buggy upset ns ho was ford
ing tho river.
Wiiitkcavh whipped Taylor Illbbs,
at North English, In., having charged
him with mistreating his family.
Thk body of a soldier disinterred nt
Phumlx, Ariz., shows that tho man was
burled nllve. A
Wu.mam G. IIaiixv, wife nnd ser
vant were lost" near El Paso, Tex. Tho
servant reached homo by drinking his
own blood, tho wife was rescued, but
Mr. Ilulley has not been found.
FitAWC Ciiavkh, an cx-shcriff and col
lector for Santa Fo county, N. M., was
assassinated near his homo the other
Wiikn Mr. Charles Illoclc opened tho
gruvoofhls wife in Huzlowood ceme
tery, near Montc7uma, In., ho found
tho collln full of water and hLs wife's
remains petrified to solid stone.
RooKiis .fc PorriNaKit, jewelers of
Louisville, Ky wero robbed of J5.000
worth, of diamonds and otliur jewels.
Two wallets of loose stones wero taken
from tho falsu bottom of ono of tho
showcases. There is no clow to tho
thieves. Tho theft occurred In tho af
ternoon, when tho proprietors, with a
full force of clerks, wero on tho floor
where tho robbery occurred.
Ixdi.vnai'oi.ih has been visited by a
heavy electric storm.
Sunn May 7 there havo been 2,4R0
deaths trom cholera nt Serinugum, In
Tw kntv Mexicans havo been convict
ed by Texas court for violations of tho
Gr.iiMAN socialists attempted to res
cue a convicted follow member from tho
police after he was sentenced und a riot
A most disastrous wreck occurred tho
other day on tho Dcadwood Central, a
few miles from Dcadwood, which re
sulted in tho killing of James Scott and
tho probably fatal injury to William
Thomas. At tho timo of tho accident
tho single coach was fllled with passen
gers who escaped with minor wounds.
The nccldcnt was caused by u frosty
truck which caused tho train to slide.
Am. tho roadbeds lending into East
St Louis will bo raised threo feet to
prevent future trouble with high wuter.
Tup. commissioner of internal revenue
reports tho payment to data of 2,810
claims for sugar bounty amounting to
7,271,0'J", leaving unsettled CIS claims
Tub southbound Santa Fo express
was held up on the Uicrouco
nil III I'T
six masked men and tho amount ob-
talncd Is Mid to have been r.0,000.
Stocksikx and citizens flatly deny
that another expedition against the
rnstlnr. U frnlntf Into Jnhtmn.i rnnnltf. '
w on j I
A.v International art exhibition was "ttV , 1' of ,NTC ,raS ,tt , ty; lu rM
Hined In Munich the other day with "quette, of Wncolnj Hon. W. P. Nor
...atrpmnnbvthfl nrltmrt mnt.,' ris, of Norfolk; Mr. Mnddox, of tails
great ceremony by the prince regent of
Thk steamship Mlrandln, which ar
rived from Central American ports, re
ports that a revolution 1ms broken 'out '
in the town of Puerto Cortcz, Honduras.
Ar Durnngo, Tex., n family of eight
father, mother and six children, were
hilled by a tornado.
A.v accident occurred nt tho famous
IHrkcnbcrg silver mlno near Prlzbrnm,
in llohcmla. Five hundred men wero
working In the mlno and all but forty
succeeded In making their escape. The
timbers used in supporting tho roof of
the mlno caught flro and the escape of
tho men working there was out off.
A M'.oito named Rob Jackson was
lynched at Port Jervls, N. Y., for as-
uniting in a brutal manner u younu
Tin: amount of money obtnined bv
ho train robbers at Red Rock, I. T., is
aid to havo amounted only to a few
undrcd dollars. It is doubtful if thu
bbers will bo caught
A iikpokt from Murphysboro, 111.,
ys that tho high water In tho Mlssls-
ppl river has mado 1,000 families dus-
uto and thy arc culling for uid f roiii
elr moro fortunato neighbors. No
i unite can yet bo put upon tho
porty destroyed but it will reach far
ond nnythlng ever known in this
in: high water mark monument was
icated ut Gottysurg, Pa., tho other
Gen. Heaver delivered tho ora
ik public debt statement Issued on
1 shows tho aggregate of Interest
and non-Interest bearing debt f-((J0,-
W, a decrenso of 983!,150. Tho ug-
ito of debt includlug certificates
reasury notes J1,(1U3,4 10,070. Cash
eo in tho treasury (PJO.OO.'i.SS.'i. a
aso during tho mouth of ?5,512,27.'i.
coN'RKitVATtvu estimate of tho
nt of dainago caused by tho loss
ligh waters from Kansas City to
)rleans will reach tho enormous
speeinl racctlnif of tho Snn
FnaBisco chamber of commerce reso-
lufen indorsing ns a safe investment
0 Ml cent trust Ixmdit issued by tha
N14Bku!1 Canal Construction Co. wero
bishops of tho Methodist Enlsco-
palluBrch havo decided to mako tho
follbVvg changes of residence: Rlshop
KinBeavcs Topekn and will reside at
DetaiM Illshop Mallalieu goes from
NewJHanns to Ituffalo; iiishop Fowler
front Win Francisco to Minneapolis;
BlBhbw'incent from RuiTalo to Topekn,
KasllMd lilshop Fitgerald from Mln
neayalBto New Orleans. Itlshop Good
selnnlbo at Fort Worth for a tl mo
ar.d tjdfl go to San Francisco.
Tnlftiril of directors of tho Chicago
RaviijBtt Stockyards Co. havo dc
olaipdaMdlvldond of .'J per cent, upon
the prwBred stock and 4 per cent upon
tho eonttny stock.
. In aljvlc encounter in Loudon Jack
HlavinU Australia, brother of Frank
StavlnAwho was defeated by l'eter
Jacluoawivorstcd in tho nineteenth
round Cql Rlordan, an American boxer
well ktvMi on tho I'aciiic coast
CojtMAaB'.n-i.v-CiiiKF 1'Ai.Mr.n. of the
Grand Aiw of tho Republic, has Issued
a sncclaUM-der susnetidliicr the limlnr
Vie commander of tho department of
Louisiana and Mississippi. ,
Rkv. Thomas Dixon, .Tit., pastor of
tho Twonty-thlrd Street Unntistchureh.
of New York, has been held in tl.000
hall on a charge of criminal libel pra
forred by Excise Commissioner Josenh
Josh, who claims that the reverend
gentleman libelled him criminally In
ono of his recent sensational sermons.
Thk Rillinga and Great Falls. Mon
tana, stage has been held up and tha
treasury box and mail sacks taken af
ter one horao was shot The passengora
ware not molested aud were allowed to
proceed with tho remaining horses.
The robbory occurred on painted rob
hill, niuo miles south of Muscle Shall
'Fuank D. Taggsrt, a prominent
lawyer of Choyene, Wyo., has been ar
rested charged with giving a revolver
nndWimunltlon to Klncli Molvlnnoy, a
prisoner in tho Laramie county jail.
Melvlnnoy flred at tho guard, attoinptod
to escspo and hold control of tho jail
for eight hours. Tuggart confessed to
the chUrgo. Ho was paid $300 by Mc
Kinnuy.for tho rovolver. Tlio penalty
for thot offense Is fourteen years im
prisonment An important battle has been fought
on the prairies near Valencia, Venezuela,
resultlug In the defeat of Palaclo's
forces. There was terrltlc lighting all
along tho line, and tho rout of tho gov
ernment troops was complete. The
town of Maturln, In tho state of Her-
mudoz, Is In tho hands of the rebels.
On tho otliai hand Los Tablos has beon
retaken by tho government Ex-I'resl
dent Rojas Paul has come out openly in
favor of thorebelllon.
An anarchist named Drouet who hod
beon arrested in Paris for connection
with a dynamite conspiracy has dis
closed the hiding place of a quantity of
dynamite which had been stole u by un
urchlsts from one of the government
arsenal ofllccrsl wont to the place Indi
cated and unearthed 141 dynamite car
tridges, sixty-six" detonators and twen
Thk long talked of combination of
wall paper mansfucturera has become
an accomplished uaot aud a curt I Ilea to
has boon fllcd wlta the secretary of state
of Now York incorporating tlie National
Wall Paper Co. with a capital of tU.
000,000.divided inti 9100 shares.
on tlio HrttlfclKbWuM Miatjbnc
comimttcu of the wllole.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
Nebrsilm'ii Silver Anntvriitry
The stiver anniversary celebration of
Nebraska's admission into tho union
was Inaugurated at Lincoln on the night
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people and tho streets were gayly dec-
"" ? I""" theater was
cf0W(,cd nt n early hour. Upon tho
nw,u wro cx-uov. lioucrt Y. unrnns,
rx'Hov. James W. Dawes, Judge M. L.
Dawes. Jndeo M.
City, the latter being tho oldest living
pioneer of the state, and Mayor Weir.
In his opening remarks Gov. Furnas
Jlu1 to tho early days of Nebraska.
Ho spoke of pioneer hardships and pio
neer friendship. Ho said that in those
days, long gono by, ho believed that
the sun shono brighter, tho rain was
moro refreshing, tho skies wero moro
beautiful. Ho said that tho pioneers
slept sounder, nto moro heartily and
enjoyed life moro than tho people who
lived in these moro rapid days. Look
ing from tho past to tho future, Gov.
Furnas stated that tho old settlers wero
not ashamed of tho state which they
had labored to build up, and which they
would leave as un inhcrituueo tolhclr
Judge Marquette's address was large
ly historical. He was an active partici
pant in tho stirring events preceding
and during tho admission of tho state,
and was able to give much Insldo his
tory that was entirely new to many of
tho nudience. Ho reviewed at length
the history of the statehood movement
nnd noted Its several failures. Ho drew
many word pictures, In which ho held
up to vtow tho great men of tho nation
who had espoused tho causo of Nebras
ka Abraham Lincoln, Hen Wade, Sen
ator Sumner and others. His remin
iscences of tho efforts of Thayer, Senn
tor Tipton and himself to induce con
gress to pass tho bill admitting tho
state wero both Interesting nnd amus
ing, especially his description of tho
manner in which they figured out a
population of 80,000 out of a posslblo
23,000. Judge Marquette's address was
frequently applauded and was ono of
tho best of his many good speeches.
Following Judge Marquette Judgo
Hnywnrd, of Nobraska City, delivered
an oration on "Tho Judiciary of Ne
braska for Twcnty-Hvo Years." As
Indicated by tho title, Judge I lay ward's
nddress was devoted to a historical re
view of tho judicial history of tho state.
Ho related many reminiscences qf men
who havo worn the ermlno In tho state;
referred to many historical cases, and
discussed many legal matters that havo
passed Into tho history of Nebraska;
many laughable Incidents wero related
which proved that judicial dignity has
not always been manifested in the
ntato. Tho address closed with a de
scription of an ideal judiciary.
Tho finnl oratiun of tho evening was
delivered by Hon. W. F. Norrls, of Pon
ca, who spoke on "Nebraska as a State."
Judgo Norrls' address was a fitting closo
to tho exercises of tho evening. It was
a masterly effort nnd seldom has tho
grund state of Nebraska been so elo
quently described. The speaker touched
upon tho wonderful fertility of tho soli,
tho marvelous development of agricul
tural resources and tho magnificent fu
ture of tho state. "Ncbrasku," ho said,
"Is tho great home state of tho union,
the highest dignity and honor which
nny state can attain. Nebraska Is tho
central state of the union tho keystone
state of America."
Vast damage was dono by tho recent
floods in Nebraska.
Cami'anini.Uio famous tenor, waslylng
dangerously 111 at Lincoln.
En Thompson, a wlfo beater, broko
jail at Thcdford and escaped.
United HuKTUitr.N ministers had a
two days' session at Kearney.
Thk photographic gnllcry at Verdl
gro has been destroyed by Are.
llKATittci: bonds amounting to 914,138
havo been sold at 130 premium.
Thk Fremont Department storo has
been closed. Liabilities, (70,000.
Cattlk havo been shipped from
Tnblo Rock, tagged for Liverpool, Eng.
A si'Kciai. election has been called at
Nebraska City to vote 120,000 refunding
Thk commissioner of public lands re
cently signed and sent out 101 school
Tun county clerks have been in con
vention at Lincoln, seeking to advance
M. V. Hayks, an old man, drowned
himself In tho river at Oakland. Ho
Thv: Omaha, Galveston & Kansas
Central railroad has commenced opera
tions at Superior.
Thk Stato bank nt Crete has reorgan
ized. Georgo D. Stevens, formerly cash
ier, is now president
A NKV and lato railroad map of No
braska has been Issued by tho stato
board of transportation.
Tun Modern Woodmen nt Henderson
have completed arrangements for the
erection of n commodious hull.
Thk l'lnttsmouth board of trado is
seeking factories. A slto Is offered to
anyono desiring to build n mill.
Ei.M Ciu.kk favors tho license system,
ono ot tho aldermen elected by tho tern
Dcrnnco people being persuaded.
John Rahhatt and Patrick Howe
havo beon adjudged insano nt Heatrico
and taken to the asylum ut Lincoln.
Tniiiti: wus a flro at Fort Niobrara tho
other night. Tho post building was
destroyed; tho barracks wero saved.
Fon,KCi,ospnB cases of tax liens has
beon occupying tho nttontton of the dis
trict court at Niobrara. Tho land Is
some of tho most valuable In Knox
county nnd was bought nt a reduction
c$$Q and 00 per cent bolow tho amount
for which it was taxed. Tlie reduction
thus made is charged against tho county
in tlio .various state funds, and tho
legality of tho sales are questioned.
At n meeting at Hlnlr the Rebecca
lodgq of .tho Independout Order of Odd
Fellows eiooieu 1110' louowing omcersj
INoblo grand, Miss Mlnnlo Soldiu; vice
'riSijiMA- ,T' T,l'lor: .etury,
MtraafarT'ionK; representative to tlio
Brand lodge, Mrs. nun-y Iligloy.
FAOTS ABOUT THE ANT.
Mat Specimen af tha Vfonderfal Intcllt
Xenca of tha Uttla Intact.
The remarkablo intelligence of this
little animal has excited tho wonder
and admiration of mankind. Darwin
remarked that its brain "Is one of the
most marvelous atoms of matter in the
world, perhaps moro so than the brain
To test the power of memory in the
ant Sir John Lubbock first tried keep
ing an ant away from its nest for mora
than a year nnd then restoring it Ho
found that it was immediately recog
nized and caressed by its old friends
and associates, ilo I repeated this ex
periment a number of times, and with
tho same result In order to dccclvo tho
ants in tho nest a foreigner was Intro
duced In place of tho one taken away,
but tho ants i nimedlately detected tha
deception and severely maltreated the
On the duration of memory in nnts w
have the following observation of Mr.
Helt, quoted by Mr. Romanes: In Juno,
18S0, Mr. Rolfs garden was Invaded by
lcaf-eatlng ants. He found their neat
about ono hundred yards distant from
his garden, and poured down their bur
rows a pint of common brown curbolio
acid mixed with four buckets of water.
"Tho marauding parties were at once
drawn off from the garden to meet the
danger at home, and the whole formi
ca rlum was disorganized, tho ants run
ning up and down again in the utmost
Next day Mr. Belt found them bnsily
employed bringing up tho ant food from
tho old burrows and carrying It to now
ly formed ones a few yards distant
These, however, turned out to be only
intended as temporary repositories; foi
in a few days both the old and the new
burrows were entirely deserted, so that
Mr. Belt supposed all tho ants to have
died. Subsequently, however, lie found
that they had migrated to a new site,
about 200 yards from the old one, and
there established themselves in a new
Twelve months later the animals
again invaded his garden', and again lit
treated them to a strongidose of carbolic
acid. Tho nnts, as on the previous oc
casion, were at once withdrawn from
tho garden, und two days afterward h
found all the survivors at work on one
track that led directly to the old nest ol
tho 3'ear before, where they were busily
employed in making fresh excavations.
Many were bringing along pieces ol
"ant food" from the nest most recently
deluged with carbolia acid to tha4
which had been similarly deluged a
vear before, and from which all the car
bolic acid had long ago disappeared.
"Others enrried the undeveloped white
pupto and larvte. It was a wholesale
and entire migration" and the next day
the nest down which he had poured
arbolla acid was entirely deserted.
Mr. Uolt adds: "I afterward found
that when much disturbed and many
of the ants destroyed, the s urvivors mi
grate to a new locality. I do not doubt
that some of tlie leading minds in this
formicarium recollected the nest of the
year before and directed the migration
On the duration of memory in ants
Mr. Romanes further quotes from a
statement of Karl Vogt "that for sev
eral successive yea rs unts from a cer
tain nest used to go through certain in
habited streets to a chemist's shop six
hundred meters distant in order to ob
tain access to a vessel filled with sirup.
"As it cannot bo supposed that this
vessel was found in successive working
seasons by as many sucoessivo accidents
It can only bo concluded that tho ants
remombered tho sirup storo from season
to season. Chambers' Journal.
An Everyday Urns.
The dress which, during the spring
days, and, Indeed, almost the entire
summer, may be quoted as a good every
day one, has a skirt of blue and white,
brown and white, black and white, or
green and white check suiting, made in
short bell fashion, that is, one escaping
the ground all around, but atill not
awkwardly abort' With this will be
worn a percale, pique, or linen shirt and
a cutaway jacket of light-weight cloth
the color that is in tho check. Aa this
flares uway from the front iU lining Is
apt to be seen, and this ahould match
the skirt A black silk or a leather belt
worn about tho waist conceals tho skirt
binding. A natty costume like this de
mands thnt a hat, rather than a bonnet,
be worn with it Ladies' Home Jour
nal. "Do you know what Jack Senior ia
going to do when ho graduates?"
"Yes, he's going to glvo a spread."
CATTLE Dcst bco t 8 ft)
NiUhocows, 3 0)
HOCJ S G ooa to choice Uoavy . . 4 H
wheat-no 2 red 79
No.:! hard 71WQ 73
COUN-Ko. 2 mixed. 4i Q 4J
OATS -No. S mixed. SI 33 H
BYB-NO.A 61 f
l.'l.UUli-l'.Uonts, per siclt.... 2 00
HA Y-Clio!co timothy 7 0J
UUraSK-Cholio creamery... 14
n 3 2)
(Tl 1 9
CHi:r.SE-Pull cream IS
UACOK-IMm. 10 Q
Sides. 0 a
POTATOES-Early Ohio 60 &
CATTLE-Falr n Ulvcs. SOO
IVxans 2 90
HOOS-Hcavy 4 75
SUKEI'-Pulr to cholco 4 ft)
FLOUK Choice- 3 2)
a 4 no
(i 4 95
a b 10
(ft 3 35
WURATNo. 2 red WHi
CORN No. B mixed . H
oat-mo. -J mixed. si
JCYE-NO.S ,. 71
PORK 1123 OH B0
CATTLE Prlmo to oxtra 4 23 Q 4 66
HOCIS Packing and shipping.. 4 85 5 10
SHEEP-Fulr to choice on 5 05
FLOUH-Wlater wheat 4 23 4 3)
WHEAT No. i; rod. mi'A 89
COHN-No.2 493 WW
OATS-NO. 2 313 S3
RYE-No. 2 , 71 (ft 73
UUTTEK-Crcamory , lOtfQ 17
PORK 10W JO 6SM
GATTX.E Common to prime... 4 20 a 4 80
HOGS-Ooml lochotco 4W & 5 40
FLOUR Good to choice 300 (ft 5 00
WHEAT-No.2rcd ..., 97 WiJ
CORN-N'o.2 ,,., 603 bg
OATS-Wettern mixed 23 (t 39
HUTTER-Criuincry 14 O 17
PORK 975 CIO 60
CAtarrfi Cannot Be Cared
With local applications, ns they cannot;
roach the soat of the disease Catarrh Is a
blood or constitution si dlseaso, and in order
to cure it you must tnko Internal remodlcs.
Hall's Catari h (Juro Is taken Internally, and
not directly on the blood nnd mucous sur
faces. Halt's Catarrh Cure is not a quaok
mcdlolnc. It wns prescribed by ono of the
bent nhyslcUtis in this country for years,
and is n regular prescription. It is com
posed ot tlio best tonics known, combined
with tho best blood punflcis, acting direct
ly on tho mucous surfnees. Tho perfect
combination of tlio two ingredients Is what
nrodiicos such wonderful lomlU In curing
Catarrh. Bend for testimonials, froe.
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Tub girl who will not chow gura ha
tomo gum-shun shout her. Uostou Trans
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There is n 8 Inch display advertisement
In this paper, this week, which has no two
words uillto oxcept one word. The same la
tr'o of each now one nope iring each week,
f'om Tho Dr. Hnrter Medicine Co. This
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MajMa not morMy tho architect of hla
own fortuno, but bo must lay the bricks
LADirs, ladles, think of tho engagements
you Imvo broken and tlio disappointment
coiifequent to others and perhaps also to
yourselves, nil on nccouta of hoadacho.
Ht-.idycrotlne will euro you in llftoou min
utes. All druggists. CU cents.
SouvEXtn spoons havo crcatod qulto a-sUr.-N.
Thii Ham's Horn In published at Indian
spoils, Indiana, ut $1.60 pur year.
- I !
Is tho flutter of cxcltomont tho flight of
timo Is unheeded
"A nvrn.iNo go6fd fellow" is often one
who shakes dice. Philadelphia Record.
Both tho method nnd results wheu
Gyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fovers nnd cures habitual!
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
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many excellent qualities commend it
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Syrup of Figs is for salo In 50a
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a bottle of August Flower. It seem
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strength and flesh rapidly. I feeh
now like a new man, and consider
that August Flower has cured me."
Jas. E. Dcdcricle, Saugertics, N.Y.8
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