Location of the "diamond field"
tney have pounds, and end to it. Kuifroad December f 3 trunk arrived depot, the baggage trunk for time, a and Inquired in his possession rail some in the check, and for storage. found it tne storage years. The and lie of storage, Three more has not an owner York, New cold and sweep two' thirds of the year. The dlamoud field not located In an Indian country, thougn the straggling I'tes occasionally pass over and near These Indians are nominally at peace, and would trouble white men uuless a good opportunity Worth the Parlslien ylnu-dilliner. ylnu-dilliner. ylnu-dilliner. I think there can tie no credence put In the York paragraphs In regard to his bankruptcy. to the effect that he bad bankrupted others lie much more to the point. His sign in Hue I'alx is simple tint striking, m black letters, bra-s bra-s bra-s plate "Worth, au Premier," Entering court vou encounter another, with the request you w ill wipe your reet, "9 you please,'' and smoke on the stairs. His rooms are up two the lloore are waxed, ihe walls neatly tinted froFcoed. Theu-eaie Theu-eaie Theu-eaie counters lined with silks every conceivable shade of color, aud cases lor dressess bearing the Worth address hlmseif is a Frenchman, and not Kogltsh, as i iteu been stated, and his name Ispronouoced the same as if spelled --Voru" --Voru" --Voru" He Is 01 stent, well built; has sleepy-looking, sleepy-looking, sleepy-looking, half-open. half-open. bSu K eves. He has a full and regular with the corner bumps strikingly developed. nose is sizable, and humpy enough in outline sausfv Kuskin's demand for curved lines He ,,,miliit Inure mustache, ami sneaks iu a