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TEB XIOItXIXQ west of the Mamioos bolder .and Paa Mission. In tu dial riot of which lies dliwly tinder Hie wy STAND HIQ5IN3 WILL at Albany at a Standstill til Thia Question Is Situation DEKOCSATIC Kee-watl- FOa NOMINATION DELEGATES District Attorney Jerome and Other Candidates on the Ground. n Saratoga. N. Y.. Sept. 23. The situation to practically at a standstill, as rha leaders aud delegates gathered for the Republican stale convention are all frankly dependent upon the final to word from Governor Higgins an whether or not be will consent to maud for a renomtnarion. That U to aald. 111 be given by the fuvernor from Albany tonurfrow. There to real uncenanty as to what It wlU be, though most of the leaders who have been In hta confidence incline to the belief that he will refuse to be a candidate. Meanwhile there has been active peculation as to a ho will be chosen for the bead of the ticket if the governor should decline. - The names of Lieutenant Governor Bruce. Charles E. Hughes and Timothy L. Woodruff re the most prominently mentioned. While it to acknowledged that Mr. Hughes would be a strung candidate, it to freely aseened that the politicians do not itto kindly to hint. Perhaps It would be nearer the truth to quote from one of the lenders, who remarked that no one can tell what Hughes would do if he were governor. He might smash things, and none of us can tall whether he himself would not be among those hurt. Another statement made tonight is that the nomination of Hughes would he regarded practically a victory for Odell, as Hughes was his candidate originally. In this connection k Is said that Governor Higgins friends are not favorable to Hughes. As to Mr. Bruce. It Is Intimated that he to not a favorite In New York that he has a strong following Intll they have a definite basis to work on, the men who will determine the result will not get down te the active work of It to generally supposed that Ueu tenant Governor Bruce will be temporary chairman of the convention, amt that the permanent chairman will be State Senator W. W. Armstrong of Rochester, who was chairman of the special legislative committee that investigated the insurance business. Little attention to being given to the platform by the most active mala features although-thde-duo- Buffalo. X Y., Sept. 23. up-sta- - On-tgrl- bay.w-Coa- sul coun-ry.-b- A REAL Many dele- gates te the Democratic state contention. which will be held Tuesday. have already arrived. Among thus expected later are 10 delegate from Nee York county, generally termed Tammany delegates. On the outcome of the caucus of this dclegatioa depend much as to the situation in the The day seemed to be de voted for the most pan to a measuring of the strength of Y. R. earst. tha nominee uf the Independence league, and wfaoae name will be presented to the convention with the greatest number of pledged vote of any ondidste. J. M. (Vainer, an Erie county delegate. whose proposal to the Independence league that it nomination lie deferred until the Buffalo convention was voted down, declared lhat Mr. Hearai haa ITS delegates. The entire number of delegates to 450. with 226 necessary for a nomination. Mr. Conners went down to Rochester today end Joined Charles F. Murphy. the leader of Tammany Hall, who see an route to this city. On their arrival neither would discuss what conclusion had been arrived at. Mr. Murphy has been quoted a number of rimes as saying that he had found plenty of sentiment In Tammany Hall for Congressman Hearat. Dtotriot Attorney Jemma, one of tho leading candidates for the gubernatorial nomination, waa in conference today with several member of the Albany conference, which was held several weeks ago, and which he was Invited to address. Mayor George B. McClellan of New York. ' one U Jeromes staunchest supporters, arrived tonight. The eupportera of Mayor J. X. Adam of Buffalo, for tho nomination of governor, were quite conspicuous. Each wore a badge with Mayor Adama pic. taro stamped upon It. The advocate of Congressman William Bulzer were also active and Sillier badges were numerously displayed Many other nattA Iritainerfiun with the nomtaarfon am heard, but apparently the most mi paigna among the ftrtUttlrSjf tiring ael-M-- PHILANTHROPIST. The hot weather seems to have a disastrous effect upon the mentality of some Parisians. One queer old man, who wanders about the boulevards, has the strange and touching belief that he to a sort of apostle sent bv God to preach the new repentance. He to clearly nut In full possession of hto senses, yet hto face to singularly attractive and even beautiful, though lacking In cleanllnesn. His hair to long, and fall In curia over his shoulder. his besrd is- - soft and silky, hto Kf va Jisea. out lined, It Iflifdfy- foatdref hro lighted toKtPt'pglr sMor&aid iidduhal jaaHIrtats xtimln-Istrath- 'M lendPrfcahd edpVeeetveP biftwfi'1 hyps. wnd htyoagiy'iBMnmend One. Would say, here striking roll1 i togtalstians tioflrolw- - dongress tile : ad Hi tbalstfite leglMafitnw'tiC bsi , .. Gail of Chairman Odell of the state com- His frlothes are In utters. Hto dally JXSmi none mittee arrived this evening, hut made to the selling of newtpw of the avowed candidates show enough It apparent that he was not taking gny occupation stock In trade to (he Pnirle, His pen. strength on the first few ballots to part In the settlement of the allusion the Presse and the Intransigesnt. He ; win, there to no telling Just which confronts the Republicans of does not seem to one from the wherehowever, know a compromise might occur. Ne York state at this time. other. He M the purest philanthroThe presence In the city today of pist. Everything he receives he gives . Roger C. Bulllvin, Democratic nationA RAILWAY TO HUDSON BAY- I want nothing," be says. al committeeman way. from Illinois, accomVisitors at the hoteln sliower tnoney panied by his law partner, John H. Aeiusl work seems to have started upon him and give him clothing of all Hopkins, former mayor of Chicago, cm the extension from the Prince AL oris. A few hours later he haa visit- gave rise to a number of rumore about lwrt branch uf the Canadian Northern ed the alums and has given .the money the Iroquois. Mr. Sullivan said to the to Fort Churchill, on the west shore nd the clothes to the poorest people Associated Press; "I am here strictf Hudson bay. A report from. Ylnni-pe- g he can find. To everyone who will lisly on private business, and have nothstates that the contract for grading ten be wll ldellver a rambling allocu- ing to do with tho New York state from the main liie to Paa Mission has tion on n religious subject. He to convention whatever. I ahall probably been lei and that this portion of the harmlessly mad; he Is a contrast to leave the city tomorrow, the day beHudson bay line must be finished dari- the summer Idiots who alarm the pubfore the convention meet. bombs. ihelr Pall the with ng dummy present, year.' Pss Mission Is lic There to said to be a movement on strut :ed-.ithe banks of the Saskatc- Mali Gaxette. foot to have the convention declare e miles hewan river some ninety-fivin 1908. ; for XV. J. Bryan for President northeast of Krwond. Csndian NorthMy dear friend. I beg you to lend 1 ern Vnrveyors report that railway con-s- i me d.tmil francs. And then forget me DREAMS AND VI3IQNBi. ruction to Fort ' Churchill will be forever. I am not worthy to be remem-berel.- " rompsratlvel simple. Erwood is In letter found by- Le Figaro, Sir I am goiag to relate a reminisihe province of Saskatchewan, n little Paris, cence of the late Frank ucklnnd, n near slate-makin- poll-tfeten- a. a'lU-hsiitl- - ly $ ifrih S-riXnT:- U CTAII. OGDEN, AKK1YIXG IX BUFFALO control of the dominion government The distance from F.rwood to For. Churchill to abojt fold miles and it is expected that ihe extent ion from Paa Mission to Fort Churchill will be completed in time for the wheat crop of 19i'S to be taken out ihrougii the Hud-subav straits. dome people, after conferring with prespectors and surveyors from the north, believe that the region In the vicinity of Hudson bay is destined to become more famous for is mineral wealth than etthei the Yukon or British Columbia or the new El Poradu at Cohalt. Thai delay may occur in the construction of the Hudson bay railroad is Indicated by Toronto newspaper statements, which oppose the granting of new land subsidies to the enterprises. The present subsidy is 12JHM acres along the proposed route, t which the company would like to elsewhere. ror some years past an impression haa been prevailing that coal existed somewhere cm the Hudson bay slope. Recently extensive anthracite beds have been found in the neighborhool of Albany rivar. a stream which forma the dividing line between Ontario and Keewatin. The full algulflcnnmt of these discoveries can only be realised whan they are considered In conjunction with the vast deposits of Iron ore throughout the northern part of It to claimed that with coal mines convenient to the iron ore deposits there 1s no reason why New Ontario shotM not In tints rival the great manufacturing centers of Pennsylvania. As a further means of opening up New Ontario it haa beem practically decided to continue the Cobalt railroad loqJamea bay, which conatltutee the shallow southern waters of Hudson Ranndal of Dawson. Un- EXAMINER: 8rtfcm' I I ... mym w - MONDAY "Vte MOitNIXO, SEPTEMBER connection uf mine. It is P'any years since 1 heard him ie.1 :Ji following aortal lory, b waa at one of m ervrs me evenings, if my memoi or so dozen mm were correctly. A present, and every u.,n jD the ,.lXnl in mark hto had made the world wl'h the exception of jour lKrio servant. le.l The conversation o the stiperaU-tuaof other counnie- - There sere i celbra-.three or four p.rB. nt Mho had been their knowledge of this amt of when Buck-land- . after listening tu me various yarns, said: Now, gentlemen. nni guirg to relate to you a strange experience 1 had 1 many years ago. then a very youug man. 1 have r.o d..bt you will laugh at me; J eaunm help it if you 1 do. paly tell you w .,SI j 1 say it, for shat It a a heaven only knows My father at ibat time waa deas of Westminster. He and i had been to hnU ,t Sir Roderick Murchison' in Uelgrave square-Ki- nd you. im to diuner 21, "W w (r 4 wito 190ft. : JUST IMAGINE FOR A n at-i- nr Hifr-g- . MINUTE THAT YOU ARE GOING It-- TO DIE IN AN HOUR -. l thi, l,,pklaud called are you xriuning t. Bris1 could not that a dinner party woM harethinking been more spiritual in its after effects than a out coe 'SSL-- If. ball." turned: ll when He that ..it a eautlful summer ae returned to the deanerynight Ar- was rived home. I sadly named a cigar, so I at once sent to my lied room, which overlooked the cloister. The temptation was so greet that I lighted up at once, opening the window so that the dean should not smell Uie perfume. He did not like the obnoxious weed ' I did, and aa you all know do now Itoy was just breaking; the cloisters were looking beautiful in the half lights the grand old abbey towering above them In the early dawn. Not a sound was to be heard: all the world seemed asleep. I did enjoy that eigar. but had hardly takea two or throe whiffs, and was looking at tha smoke curling In spiral rings toward the skr, when aR at once n strange feeling 'came over me. i know not what It was. eye was attracted to a dour that My opened from the cloisters direct Into the air bey by the bye, I think it wna the door said to be covered with tanned human skin. I saw the door open, and a figure like a clergymaa cam out and walked round the quadrangle. It passed under my window and I looked at It as it cams toward me. 1 felt creepy; 1 could not understand what it could he. I rubbed my eves and said- to myself, Well, Frank, old fellow, yon have not been drlnklag: what can It be 7" (So aa it came round gain 1 1 uuked steadily at it.- - I saw-face; yet net a face; It seemed like a free covered with a gray veil. I wee. 1 assure you, nonplussed. I did sot know what to make of it at all. Again It cams the same upturned face, with the seeming gray veil, and then It passed into the abbey. "I felt canny, you can Imagine. 1 wse puzzled, I can tell yon, gentlemen. The horrid effect of the gray upturned face; without any visible eyea. like a corpse, with a wet gray veil over the features, the cold light of dawn, the utter alienee and solemn surroundings, for in walking round the figure would move over the graves of many of the monks hurled under the etonee of the cloister wall it was a weird sensation and almost unnerved me. - I pulled myself together, and metheught I would run down and ask Richard, the night porter, where the key of the duor that led Into the abbey was. Your father, air, always keeps it In hto bedroom,' aald he. Bo I went to the dean's room and knocked. He aald, Who to there 7 1r, sir.' It downt make tou feel good, doe it, and yon really wonld let me write you np for some life insurance if I were with you, wouldn't youj ; Phone me now and HI come . HUGO D. WELLS 208 Eerlea Building. - 'Whit do yon wsntr Have you the THANATOS ATHANATOS. key of the duor that lead! Into the abbey? Yes; go sway; dont disturb (Deathless Death.) ms again; good night. I am glad ha At eve when the brief wintry day la 1 me did not ask what wanted to know "pad. . for. 1 was .ratjtor.aehgmed uf n;y dis.1 .ma. hegldt faint fijpw-- 1 turbing bis sleep (lgt what lie. Plight erlng have thought to bs a phantasm of my Conscious of wrinkling fare and braln:. bqt. si Jbe aqpf.tlnw, I feel vwhlieniug hnlr It certain wqa neither au illusion, nor Of .muse, who, dj lug young, tuber-lie- d delusion... As Bhakespears said. Thors are more things in hsaven and. The immortal youthfulncne of the earth than are dreamt of In our phildead. early to me osophy. Now. gentlemen, there I think of Raphael's story. Tshe it with n grain of salt if air; 1 have often you like, but to this day Of Shellny and Kents, with laurels puxxled my head to know what U fresh and fair was. Shining unwithered on each sacred Frank finished, and all of the man head; present none could answer naught All And soldier boys who snatched death's aid Good night, old boy," and, Ilka tarry prize, ghosts, silently crept away, metaXklth sweet life rsdisnt in their phorically speaking. fearless ryes, Now, air, can any of your readers The dreams of love upon their or delusions, explain aurh illusion beardless lips. whatever you like to call them? Thera la hardly one man nut of a hundred Bartering dull ege for Immortality; Their memories hold in death's unwhen you begin talking of ghosts that yielding fee a 111 not. tell you of something of tha The youth that thrilled them to (he sort that has happened to himself or finger tips. ens of hie friends. Often the most John Hay, practical of men ere aupcrtrUtkoua, t they declare they ere not. 836 MILES ON THE AXLE. Ufa Is great piysterv; death a greatHYDE BRISCOE. er. Yours, etc. A mu has just jierformed the long WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS. nd wearisome train Journey of 655 ' , . ! Bell 897-K- . miles, fro mMareelllee to Parle, a trapped to an axle beneath one of the carXVben riages. discovered atsUna ho waa so travel-slalne-d he was at first token far at the Paris th6t buf On. te the pottr charged wlih- Intent to defraud .the railway company, he aald he vnM A Roumanian. . Ueyoud e little etlffaesq s. he waa none the worse. London -- Tit-Bit- EXCURSION TO ELY, NEV, Friday, S"Pt 28th. grand-slegneu-'ri- Grand celebration, Ely, N er, account opening Nevada Northern By. Fare round trip, 610.50. GRAND CHARACTER BALL. Given under the auepicrs of the finance committee of tho Third ward, at Third ward ISdncaitonal Institute, Friday evening. September 21, 1906. Prises will be awarded for beet ban- , with kata. Admission, 50c; ladle bankets, free. "Now, dus r, Mid the hero of the elopement, aa they boarded tho train, we are safe from pursuit." "And also." said tho young girl, radiantly, "asfo (rom starvation. Heres n check pa made out to your order." Philadelphia Press. , Truths In Attractive Form For Our Young Some Hw Ey$ Wort A By IMiMg Lmg Ag ays ALBERTA PLATT wise with Its sharp ends In tha fleh'e throat, and that to how this quoer looking fishhook wae used. It was about thrao Inches long. " white . men went te Norton . When course Alaskan of the northern sound Eskimos found out abit.steel fishhooks (& nd gave up their ojd.Jijyl.pl I d br them, bowevan tm Fatah hiffis. ifh Sard' kind offsets Igtoh bona fish h'ofik11 MW heSnifduhd unhrss abasia -- w ; I . If I in tha chase; The mwr-swrieyuu Kke 4 gw-- fleMng?tiunfon ynu du you will also like to beings of which any trace la left Me oakod and a(athelr fond Als raw. They knew the use of fire no tnry. In eveiy part of the world where more than did the animals they hunted. nan has lived, though it be s million They did know how Jo fish right ii go, he has left traces of himMlf. skillfully, though, as soma of the bone D prql)-ajljera- nt lVhrver these tracee are there ara iliat people caught, and ate fh. even though they did not know to make end wear any clothes. fr (he coast of Denmark are found heaps of the shrlls of mui-i- t. nd other alieiiffsh, though rv? Ihero is no record off tlie people yho ' the flh. These shell beans are mtddene. There are ninny In America. These were made 8r Indian before Columbus dlicov- 'he country. The riehhmiks made hy prehistoric .v.v are ( found In Franc and S'riixeriend. though the history of CORACLES ITILL USED IN WALES. J.n who made the hooks is loet. Who hooks left in their cavwa In Rwltserland fere limy 7 Vhai did they look llkeT and ln France show. Look at the pictures of the hooks, notice their numbers, then see the description attached to the numbers In the lie! below: One strange fact about these prehistoric fishing hooks la that they are so much alike, though they come from parte of the world widely separated. You notice that No. 1, the honk that is older than history in Norway, is nearly like thoee in use among western Indiana many centuries ago- The Onondega Indians Ideas had developed till he knew enough to shape a barb on the end of his deer horn fishhook. You would not know from the looks of It that the bone Implement used by the Eskimo le a fishhook, yet such It la. Tho hone tapers down toward the ends, (RRHlSTORTr FISHHOOKS. where It Waa rubbed till It was sharp X t"vk of waa then rir!tori(- - iron In Korwwv: aa a knife. A leather-airin- g ben booh; 8 tied fast around the groove In the mid? nf'ndian's "nclent Onondegs n--, dle. the sharp bone wan run lengthwise -, i J,.'vjk 1 eo fleh .hov,,k hook h- - an-- . , Jnitin- - o' Xormn pound. Alaska. I through the body of a small- fish from Its head to its tail, and there the Eskno. Rernin of thotr bones kimo boy was with hook, line and nen fouati. along with animals' bull. He threw the hisbaited hook Into ln eome nt he caves In Lr which the water, a big ilah' nabbed it. swallived, a;o Implements they used lowed It, the bsfied hook stuck cross vlilenr-e- klti-he- fd pfrWWQjHl iteHalnh, lllrh shljirt thf Aunian WlHgW (ll Europe In .thoee times were In inueh the same stage of development toward civilisation as the Eskimos of far North America wero when white men first found them. Tho large picture showo how the Aster boy of Mexico went fishing In the times of the Montexumas. It was to'vtbiflslWfhg i part of tho edpestton of Aster boys to learn how to be skillful fishermen. They understood the nee of scoop nets. They floated out over the soft Mexican waters In their pretty bark canoes and dipped dona their nets jurt aa whit boys would do today If flab wars me plentiful ttyy were In Mexlce 900 yean ago. The Aztecs had fish ponds and under -food fish culturu. Onr North American Indians used to build dams acroia Hie Jow lands near the uen. When the tlda rose it swept many fish over the dams. As It fell the fish were left In shallow water and could even be picked up In tba hand. 'JTehistuiq'.men.in Bwlt-- ( nrlaad shot fish with .arrows, and old time American, (ndhtnis.-dithe same. , : A remarkable sural va4ir. tha prftoton toric time to fnffn today among the fishermen of Wu . WhenJulius Caesar landed In Britain with his soldiers he found the ekin clad people there using an odd kind of row bout railed a coracle. It wee nearly round, was used with a eli.le our, had a seat across the middle id was made ef hardened skins of nlniala. When a to these boats atman not accustom tempted to navigst mo It, Just whirled around and around erlth him. The Remans made no end of fun of the coracle at first, but found afterward these were exceedingly useful. If you read Robert Louie Rteveneon's fin story for young people railed "Treasure Island you will find a good description of a coracle and how it spine about. t ,, W h d milled "to AND T'llr, ,h I'nited Its - I fto,. no- -, y FR. patriotic enthusiasts suggested that it should form the' nucleus of a tew crown for King Edward. The weight ef the nugget Is alghty-flv- a ounces, and Ihe gold Is of very high quality. The unicorn still exists In the Interior of Tibet. It fs there railed the one horned ten-poIn that' country It le nore of a land animal. Its hoofs ere (Willed. I Is about twelve nr tb'rtiuen hands high. It le extremely wt.it end fierce, yet aeMctaiiag to urge herd. .1 ,1. lj- - id Id Vi. - " mei-- e nuV?!t oi we ,1 aror Roms i little bra one sonny day beds sped on Its ways Throuah It want from flower to flower. As on Its busy way It flew It entered Moenomi white end blue bower. And lingered by-IEaoh lovely blossom with It nip domething ef ewootu e yielded up, Something or what mi gnhd. Thnee waa no fiowerehef Me Rut save up somethin to the bee;- - A twin - . Koch n dl8W6nb(ieevl4L.6 g(il , J 1 I Ae n through Iff T gd each day And here and there pursue my way. , 1 ,1k t that busy bee, Ob. mey I gather what Is good And find for heart and mind sweet food Enriched by eU 1 esc! The Came of AdJ eel res. party of schoolgirls had capital fue on day over a game of adjectives." m rathea One of the glrlo, who rlever. wrote a little story about something that had happened at thair uchool and she waa careful to use no idjee five. The story woe not more that 100 words altogether, and where thg adjectives should have boon she left blanks. Bhs did not show any one het paper, but she asked her companion one after the other to supply her with adjectives for the nouns, which shi told (hem haphosnrd, so that theg In the ancient times there lived a wonderfully wise man, of whom It aid that he could answer roirectly any question put to him. There was one, might not guess what the story wad however, who thought himself clever enough to outwit the sage, Thie man till all the . adjectives had been sup lock a poor, captive bird and clasped It eo rloeely in hia bend (hut only the plied. Then she read the tale aloud, and tl bred and tall were visible, "Tell me," said he to the renowned gueeser ot riddles, "la the bird which 1 shouts of laughter from her cotnpaa ions showed the game wae a success. hold la my hand alive nr dead? I If the answer w ere "Dead.'' thought Ihla artful plotter, he would Just open A PMen Poaae hto hand and let the bird fly; If Ihe answer were "Alive, he would with one little squeexe crash the poor bird to death. But the w lee tnan proved himself equal to the occasion and replied, "It le as you please. Each one of you children bold within hie or her grasp the fair bird of life. Which to It to be? A blessing or a bane? It to "ae you please." A ... ( yes! reply. He rose to read a composition on "The Tree" before the whole clous, who expected some fun. The master wae quite prepared to trip him. The young scholar had road: "This subject has many branches, when the teacher interrupted: "Stop! You have not .made your bough!" "If you Interrupt me again Til leaf, Mid the boy "And If yon give me any more Impudence Ill take the rap out nf you." re-torted the master. "Do you under-- I Much Is bad, and much Is sad. f A ad life has many wow. stand? ws te from clear May keep year year "I twig," aald the boy. Of what this picture shews! Then the master gave him np a (Answer A misunderstanding hetwsee hopeless. frteads.) ee It is claimed that they prevent the foot soreness eo frequently suffered by The average depth of the ocean be- - armies during a long march. The first nap of the world which Intween Id degrees north and do degrees cluded both heiplspheree was publishsouth is nearly throe miles. A North American rattlesnake taken ed by Sebastian Cabot, the celebrated to the Museum of Paris refused all navigator who discovered the greatest months. food for twenty-si- x portion ef North America in 1497 and The Russian stale scepter Is of solid the subsequent years. The greatest pumping plant in the gold, to throe feet lung and contains and 18 world Is one which draws AS00.S00 galamong Its ornaments lons of water q day 27 miles to the emerald. Asbestos socks are being earnestly gold field at Bulla Bulling. Australia. recommended for the use of soldier Yellow ha been for many genera- - Ilona the favorite color nf the high history-- R to estimated that at tha officials of China. All the houses be- present time the IcefieMs trover an longing to the Chinese emperor are area of MQ.aflO milos and ara en sd painted yellow, end It to a capital of- average a mile and a half thick. fense for any private person to use The recent censuses of Scotland oof that tint on the exterior nf I building. Ireland show them to be elmnet equal Travelers have often spoken of the In population, each having a tow more famous chestnut tree of Mount Etna, people than the state of Ohio. The receipts from passenger traifie which was found to measure 10 feet In circumference. This curiosity, howare greater n Japan's railway than' ever. is now believed to have been com- those from freight. JUnses lived exactly midway between posed of several trunks united. Ice has been accumulating to the In- - I the building of the pyramids, 8.4(0 B. terlor ef Greenland since tba dawa ef C, and eur own Well, the Welsh fishermen at this day still row around In the Mine kind of coracle, except that now It Is made of canvas Instead pf aktna stretched upon I m light that plit rods. Tha boat the fisherman ran easily rarry It home with him upon Ms bsck. The canvas to painted black and made waterproof. The Last Ward. Intelligent boy he was. Oh, And always ready with an apt A bright. . . NEAR THE BEE. PLEASE." u . h AS YOU Folks AZTEC B0T FISH lira WITH Its tsll Is shaped likd that of a boar, nL Ha horn, which grows outVff it forehead. Tartars frequently shoot It and eat it flesh. Mr. TsuskL ehlef eacretary of the privy council of the Japanese emperor, raid In a speech lately that the friendship of the American people wee more helpful to Japan than alliances with European power. A miner whe died at Rtowart river, In Tukun territory, wrote his will on a piece ef blrrh berk,, leaving valuable "claim tq his nieces. Two of hto BIT. mining friends witnessed tha ment. docu- . . da. - .