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Fiiikmi) JlosMr.11: Now while on tho
way bnck to AnnnpoHa, I huvo timo to
nuiko cooil my nrotniso to writo to Tiik
Ciiikp, yot I Bcnrcoly know whoro to bo
Kin, 1 might toll you ROtnotking ot tho
Navni Acndemy, our voynRo ncroee the
Atlantic with storm, nnd thnt desire to
stop, for n fow mlnuten, tho rolling nnd
pitching of tho ehlp, which was oxpori
onco enough for tho first week; tho
whaloB, ilylnj: and ethor species of fish
econ; the capturing of a Bhark, which
was very oxcitlru: fun: It waa during a
calm while noar tho SaragosBa sea and
on tho other Bide of tho Tropic of Cancer
that n bluejacket caught him on a hook,
two ropes wero then put around hla bodv.
was shot twice nnd hoisted on board, of
courso wo kept at tho 6thor end of tho
line nfl tho shurk was far from dead, but
Boonoxpirod. Ho waa. an ugly looking
follow nnd his razor like teeth could
easily destroy anything that they onco
got hold of,
When anchored in Ilamnton Roads
the cadota wero pormitted to visit Port.
resfl Monroo and n neighboring summor
rosort and of course all had to look at
tho wator whoro the Monitor nnd Morri
mac fought. The Monongnhela ia now
anohorod at tho mouth of tho Potomno
and will arrivo nt Annapolis on tho 28th
But I must tell you of Maderia. An
fioon us tho ship wbh anchored in tho
roadetoad In froct of Funohal. Mnderin.
wo woro Burroundcd by bumbontH nntl
othor Bmallor boats containing amnll
naked, dark oolorod boje, who hnilod us
witn "ileavo, I dive." The cadets throw
several small piecos ot money into the
water and it was amusing to see them
divo for them, although the wator was
Bovonty-ilvo fathoms deep, tho boya nov
or failed to got tho coin before it had
sunk too far. The buraboat men had
fruit and varloua small things for sale
and eucceedod in Belllnc several nilvnr
rings made of powter and some gold (?)
ones, wauoria is about one half the
size of Wobator county. Funchnl, its
principal town containing about '25,000
poople, is situatod on tho mountain aido
nnd reaches to tho wator's edge. The
mountains shut out all the mnUtnm
laden winds from tho northoaBt but they
havo no difllculty in irrigating tho soil.
Our party necondod tho mountain on
a train, over a cog road similar to tho
one on Tiko'e Peak, Col. Whilo moving
Blowly up tho mountain one can enjoy
tho fine Bconory and tropical verduro of
Maderia. In many nlaces two eronn
woro growing on thoeamo around. Th
sldo of tho mountain has boon converted
into an ampltheatro, on theso benches
may bo eeon gardens of many kinds of
vegetables, groves of tin. oranco. banana.
etc, and moro than all oIbo vinyards of
grapes which aro the principal product
of tho island and from which a vrv
large quantity of wlno in mndn. Thn
largest grain Hold contnin not moro
than one quarter of an aero of land. A
littlo farthor up, and we aro on tho odt?
of a deep canon, nt the bottom ot which
is a brook, tho waterfalls, tropical flowore,
rocks and ferns ot many kinds mako
this un ideal spot for tho naturalist.
Wo ascend only to tho clouds, from hero
a flno view ot the city nnd harbor may
bo had. In tho descont we dosertod the
train for a vohlcle nono of ub had Been
before, u baskot on runnora somowhat
reaoinbling the sledgo of the Esquimaux,
tho attraction of gravitution with n
Dago on behind to guldo tho slod was all
that waB neodocl. Tho road Hko the
troots of tho city wbb paved with email
amooth stones from the 6oaBhoro, was
very uurrow and had stono buildinga or
a Btono wall on both sidoB bo that thoro
wasnodnngor of lonvlng it and tho
guido takes good euro that ou do not
gotnehanco to broak it down, Tho
BmoothnoBB of tho jmvomont nnd tho
many Bhnrp turnB mako tho decent eeem
dangernuB and when goiug ut a spoed of
20 miles an hour, a eharp anglo appear
ed abend. I turned to Bee if tho guido
had fullon oil and was ordered to sit
till, jot uftor getting your breath a lit
tle farther down, you onjoy tho descent
and Boon reach tho lower part of tho
I took supper in a Portuguese hotel,
got on very woll until I ordorod ico
orer.m and tho waitor brought n plato of
lish. Very fow speak lOngliflh. Only
tho uhlldien of rich parents go to Bohool
ami all tho bon huvu to eutor tho nriny
at 11 very onrly ago. They huv 11 good
lovoof monoy nnd Heom to think nil
forelgmuB huvo plenty. Tho richer cliifls
take their afternoon drive in 11 sled cov
ered wllh 11 canopy nnd rtpombling 11
bus on runners, this ia drawn by pair
of rod oxen, tho coachman walking at
tholr eido. I did not boo but ono car
riage and toam ot horeea while on tho
island. u tho brook whluh runo
through tho city, one may, ut the bot
tom ot tho ravino fifty feet bolow tho
streets, soo tho washerwomen at work,
troubling themselves about tho supply
ot wator; wuehing tho clothes on one ot
numerous boulderi and spreading thorn
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on othor Btones to dry, Anything to bo
carried is uIwiivb pluccd on tho head.
If n Binglo iiorson wishes to tako a rido
ho usually takes u pnlanquin. Tho
buildings are mado of ntonp, whltowaoh
od on tho oxtorior and roofed with til
ing. Tho BlrcotR are very narrow through
tho buildiugs aro not'moro than two or
three stories high. The Portugueso nro
an obliging peoplo and nlwnyn friendly
Knnwincr that I shall sot all tho nows
in Thr Ciiir.r nnd not wishing to tako
moro space, I nm,
It. E. Pop,
WHAT TIIRV KAY Or THE
NEXT DISTRICT JUDGE.
Red Cloud turned out en mass to
congratulato James McNeny upen his
nomination for district judge. Tho
event toek plaoo Saturday evening
last. When Mr. MoNcny and family
wero enjtying tho evening at home,
thoro camo a noiso as of a vast multi
tudo approaching. There was boat
ing of drums and blowing of horns,
and nbovo tho din came the elarion of
Jim Gilham and Ran McNitt. calling
boya in. Red Cloud camo in forco.
Kvorybody came to offer heners, and
and Judpo McNeny, whone whiskers
oast a radianee like the sotting sun,
offered them a royal welcome. Jim
Gilham in a welbworded speech of
fered tho feelings of the crowd, and
thoy cheered and oheercel. Judge
MoNeny responded. Peoplo who are
hotting on MoNony's election in Rod
Cloud haven't got any monoy, but
they have got a warm spot in their
heart for their oandidate. It is very
clear that Mr. MoNcny staids wcli at
home. Adams County Domoorat.
James McNeny, a well qualified
lawyer of Webster county, has boen
ntmiaatod by tho republicans to fill
tho exalted position of judge of the
10th judicial district of Nebraska.
The district comnrises six counties.
including Adorn?, Franklin, Harlan,
Kearney, Phelps and Wcbstor. The
population of tho district according
to the census of 1890 is 70,291. The
total congressional voto in 1894 was
13,827. Using tho congressional
voto as a basis, we find tho fusion
plurality in 1890 to be 3,718, and in
1892, 1.281; in 1894 a republican
plurality of 317. The changes mado
in favor of tho republicans in 1892
was 2,437 and in 1894, 964. The
total change in favor of tho republi
cans in 1892 and 1894 aggregated
3.401. Alma Record,
Tho United Brethron are holding
meeting at Penny Creek with good
Tho prayer mooting at Unclo Rilly's
last week was woll attended.
The Pleasant Palo Hchool board is
having tho building rcpairod for cold
Mr. Rillington of Fnirbury is visit
ing at Mr. Anderson's.
Messrs. Haskins, Guthrie and Deck
er sold some cattle to Mr. Hunter of
Mrs. Guthrio had a narrow escape
from being hurt by a falling lightning
rou tte otner a ay.
Mr. and Mrs, Haskins wero visiting
at Mr. Miller's last Sunday.
Mrs. Alma Fcarn lost a black coat
freui tho buggy whilo coming fioin
town the othor dav. Finder will
please leave same at The Chief office
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greatly redueed rates on September
10th aid 24tb, te peiate in Mineuri,
Kaniai aid Texas. Fer furtker par
Geo. A. McNutt,
D. P. A., Kansas City, Mo,
When Dobf was Blck, wo ruto her Castorta.
TOicn slio was a Child, eho cried for Castorta.
Vhcn she becanio JIIss, sho clung to Castorta.
When sho had Children, sho gavo them CostorU.
A BARN .
or a Woodshed
MoNeny oi Red Cloud will bo the
next judge of tho Tenth district.
A well posted gentleman from Red
Cloud gives it as his opinion that
James MoNuny will carry Webster
eouuty with a whoop. He says what
makes the opposition te MoNony look
so largo and formidable is that a fow
peoplo who aro opposed to him mako
moro noise than his friends deem it
neoessary to mako for him. Hastings
James McNeny, ono of Hod Cloud's
most nblo and prominent loaal lights,
rccoivd tho nomination forjudgo of
tho 10th judicial district at tho hands
of the republicans in convention at
Hustings last week. Timos-Democrat.
Mr. MoNeny was born in Now York
state in 1854. Ho wai oduentcd in
the cast. Ho came to Nebraska in the
seventies and looatod at Red Cloud,
when it ws only a speok on tho oarth,
so that aftor twenty yours' law prao
tioo in Nebraska, Mr. MoNony is by
uo means a spring chicken. His
name appears frequently in oases bo
foro tho slato supremo court and U.
S. Federal oourt. Tho Demn.irnt 1 ni.
gratuliit. . Mr. MoNony upon his good
furtuuu in receiving tho nomination.
Adams County Domoorat,
Inst Fridiy, Jinno MoNony of
Hod Cloud was olioscn on tho hcvanty
first ballot as tho republican oandi
dato for judgo in tho tenth judioial
dutrict. Ho is a good man and will
mako an excellent judge. Times-Demoorut.
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