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    THE DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , MAY 8 , 1880.
In the Sewer- The Ground Opens and Swal
lows a Horso.
Odlco Holders Quarrel ntiit the
I'nbllo Suffer Unhappy NcwHr
lintier Men Amutuur Boxers
Ocnoral Notes.
Wednesday morning as the driver of
Kendall & Smith's delivery wngon , was
jogging nlong N street , "ho felt a shiver ,
ami then a shock , " and looking up found
that his horse had suddeiily dropped out
of sight. Ho pinched himself to makosuro
that ho WM awaKe , ami then hcgan to
prospect for the missing equine. The
wagon was standing in the mud nearly
hub deep , and between the shafts was an
ugly looking hole , into which part of the
harness was hanging. Peering down
from his scat Iho driver found that the
sewer roof hud caved in , and that the
horse had dropped into the trench , his
weight breaking the harness , and letting
him free from the wagon , Down at the
bottom of thu sewer , up to his knocs in
fihifli , .stood the horse , meekly wonder
ing how ho came there , and when and
how ho was going to get out. The latter
uart of the conundrum fcccincii to trouble
the driver alsoi for ho tried numberless
bchomes , in his mind , without success.
At last aomo one suggested that ho get
down In the sewer himself and load the
horse through It to an opening about two
blocks below where they would llml an
easy exit. It was not a pleasant job , bat
it bad to be done , and after a walk through
the mud in abysmal darkness. Tin ;
opening was reached , and the animal led
Night Watchman Kovsor reported to
the police Thursday night that ho had
hcen a colored man and two while
women enter a building on his beat , and
from their actions was convinced there
was something wrong. The place was
raided and the coon and his lady friends
captured while occupying ono bod. In
jiolieo court'yesterday the darkey gave
his name as L. 1) ) . Hawkins , and said ho
was a cook by trade. The girls called
tlienihclves Rose Heed and ftlay Smith ,
'They wcro ono and nil lined $5 and costs ,
amounting to $9.70 in each caso. During
. the trial the prisoners swore that when
they found out that Keyaor was "onto"
them , they gave him a liberal tip to kcup
htill. He accepted the money , and then
went direct to police headquarters and
complained of them , which they thought
was very unprofessional in a guardian of
the peace.
The nineteenth session of the Nebraska
legislature was closed nearly fourteen
months ago , yet the record of the doings
of the lower house is just ready for dis
tribution. The delay is said to have bi-cn
caused by a dispute between James F.
Xediker , the chief clerk , and his assist
ant , Frank II. Wilson , us to which should
do the work of preparing the copy , proof
reading , indexing , etc. , for which an ap
propriation of $1.200 was made , in addi
tion to their regular salary of $0 per day.
Alter u long tussle the printer finally
succeeded in getting the job finished , and
the representatives who served in the
session of 1885 can get the fifteen copies
to which each man is entitled , by calling
on the state authorities. The book con
tains 1014 pages , and is a fair companion
volume for the Senate Journal , which
was issued many months'ago.
The inventory of the MeConnell stock
not proving satisfactory to George M.
Travor , that gentleman refused to com
plete the negotiations for the purchase ) of
the goods , and Mr. Louie Meyer yester
day sold the entire lot to J. A. Schonnebcr-
f V gc'r , of Jamestown. Dak. Mr. Schonno-
b rger had boon waiting to see what Mr.
Tnxvcr would do , and was on hand to
take advantage of the .situation.
The wordy war between Brucgmann
nnd Blcudhorn has broken out again.
The latter is insisting in the , Frio Presso
that Brucgmann cannot show receipts
for the money ho was given by the Gor-
niania society to sand to the fatherland
for the roll of of the Hood sufferers , am !
Bruogniann , in the Slants An/.eiger , inti
mates that , unless the matter is dropped
somebody will get whipped. Lillie Tobin , of Chicago , is the
gmsst of Mr. ami Mrs. II. O. Kostka.
Two aspirants for pugilistic fame , re-
In the names of Sullivan am !
Juicing , wore run in by the police yes
terday for lighting in the streets. As
there was no stake or purse up , Judge
i'arsons insisted on each contributing $2C
so that there would bo something to light
for. Like Paddy Ryan , they could not
find backers for so much money , ami
consequently were locked up.
Joe C. Mitchell , formerly of tills city ,
was married Thursday to Miss Adele
King at the residence of D. L , Draco
Air. and Mrs. Mitchell have gone to
Omaha to make their homo thoro.
A number of changes in the police
foroo nro bulletined. Will Ensoy , who
was appointed a few days ago. has re
signed , nnd James Malone has boon promoted
meted from thu night force to the va
cancy. Capt. Hiatt is to take Malono's
Thirteen tramps were introduced to
Judge Parsons yesterday morning under
the now vagrant ordinance. The judge
assessed them $0.40 for the honor , and in
default they wtmi bundled off to the
comity jail on a thirty days' son
tonce. Ii. Cdnnor , ono of the gang , is
wanted by the Uniaha authorities
Prof , btrayor , a traveling magician ,
undertook to do a little slight m hand
business with Al. K. Hall yesterday am !
foil by the wayside , it cost the profus
or about $4 to explain matters satisfao
torily to the police juutro.
Hon. It. 1) , Stevens returned from
Stromsbnrg yesterday , where , in the face
of u .still' opposition and some knotty
facts , lie succeeded in convincing the ex
cise board tiiat it was proper to grant u
license to ono Win. 11. Donalson.
A committee of citizens waltod on
ShurilF Molick yesterday to protest
against the appointment of Harrison D
Littloliohl as iv deputy sheriff. Little
iield Is the Law and Order league police
man who was released from uulv a few
weeks ago by Mayor Burr , and his
friends are anxious to havu him again
Invested with an arrestingollicer's powers
and prerogatives.
Under thu treatment of Dr. Hillings ,
thu trottur MacMahon is improving rap
idly , and will soon bo in shape fur traltr
The I'urado.
Long before the hour llxod for the cir
ens punulo usteiday the t > trcels o ;
the city , especially about 1'fteeuth am
Farnnm , woie thronged with men
women and children , anxious and agape
The crowd wjia composed principally o :
the two latter , most of whom woru quite
evidently from th "rooral deitricts , '
Thu infniillio element was also well rep
rusontud ,
The nnrnde Itself wnt not an long a onu
as hail buen anticipated , but what lliun
was of it was good. A good d/.od crowi
witnessed purformanre ihii aftui noon
and laM i-vumng's performance was
. well attended.
A. Cnrpuntor'a Full.
1'esterday nbout 0 o'clock a carpcu
tor named Johnson , who was engaged ii
repairing the vavo on the north side o
John A McShauo'a residence , on Wes
r , la
Great Bargain Sale To * > ay and All Next Week
SOS ao.d. SOS eoiitla. IGtli , street.
To reduce our immense stock of dry goods , we will , today , offer the following unheard of bargains :
AH wo have more imisllm In stock than we liavc 5caY
room Tor , wo will tomorrow , put It all on sale ( Tomorrow we will put on sale all our istaii
nt 0c per yard , All the best brands of muslin third Calicos at U il-lupcr yard.
in tlio market ,
Best Shirting Calicos , Pink Calicos , Dress
Itoclied Muslin and Unlihclied 20 yards for SI ,
Calicos Only Twenty yards to one
. Only 31 sold to each per ,
L.oiiMtalcaii < t nil the oilier well known brands son , person-
I'or yd. .
ONLY Icitsu wide India Llnun , World Ko.
Good Quality Tomorrow we will put on sale 21) ) styles Tory
5c 1 ASE FirVK OU0NI.Y
Apron Gingham Tor Yunl. 1 oC
Very wide for flouncing. All INDIA LINEN
40 Inches wldb. In all tlic latest , , ,1'or Ynrd.
CURTAIN NETTING 30c a yard , worth 75c. shades Worth ; ia cents Short length.
Only 8c , worth 20c.
, ,
very nice wide Curtain N
in white only ,
Only 15c worth 30c 1 lot Ladies' Silk Mitts , extra good
quality , all the latest shades , OKEI > : .
1 lot extra good quality l lot Ladles' Ltxco Mitts in all shade ,
250 SL Pair POPLIS .
NETTING , Worth Per Yiird. 12K cU Only 9o a pair worth
In white und ecru , 25c worth We , Worth OOc Very ulco. 25c.
Given Away to every Ifjady ttending Our Sale
To-day , we will give a Beautiful Japanese MikacJo'Fan ' , of our own importation.
5O6 and 508 South 13th Street.
Farnam street , near Twcnty-liftn , icll to
the ground , a distance of about twenty
feet. He was considerably shaken up.
though no bones wcro broken. The full
was occasioned by Johnson's stepping on
the end of a plank which was without
support on the scaffold.
The State's Inaano.
Wm. H. Ijams , chairman of the board
of commissioners of insanity , recently
wrote to Dr. Matthowson , superintendent
of the state hospital for the insane at Lin
coln , in regard to the admission of a
Douglas county patient. Ho received a
reply that the patient would be admitted.
"But , " writes the superintondant ,
"in the present crowded joon-
dition wo can not receive continued
incurable cases. I had hoped that the
now institution at Norfolk would afford
some relief , but the surplus hero now
would till that hospital if they would re
ceive them to-day , yet there are some
hundreds of patients in the state besides
those hero , "
Mr. E. C. Pierce , the missing Blair un
dertaker , has returned. Ho ofl'ors no ex
planation of his strange absence except
to say Unit ho went to California. It is
supposed that ho has been laboring uiulor
iv lit of temporary insanity.
The Southwestern Strike.
Ouo of the effects of the great south
western railroad strike is already plainly
noticeable in the increased number of
tramps. Judge Stenborg says that every
day ho has arraigned before him ono or
moro men , whoso faces and manners give
indication that they do not belong to the
"porfcsh , " who were thrown out of work
by the great railroad strike. They al
ways show up their lianas , hard and
grimy from long work on the trains , and
the Judge , if satisfied that their story is
correct , releases them ,
A Stolen Light.
Thursday J. P. Dailoy , the sewer con
tractor , who is building a sewer on tiio
corner of Cupitql avonuu and Thirteenth
streetsdecorated the opening ho is sew
ering witli three red-light lanterns as sig
nals of danger. This morning ho found
that the lights had been stolen during the
Hoyd'a IJenoflt.
Thuro is every Indication that Manager
Boyil , of the opera house , will have a
rousing benolit next Monday on the oc
casion of the appearance of Kato Castle-
ton in "Crazy Patch. " The Klks will bo
present in full force , occupying scats in
thu front part of the house ,
The Qrettcat Medical Triumph of the Age !
the bead , witli a dull eoiatlon In [ Ii *
back part , J'ala uurtr tlio ba lder
blude , Vullneii after eating , vrllb * dis
inclination to exertion of tiodr or mind.
Irritability oflempcr , I > oir iplrlls , with
a feellug of bavlnir neglected comodutn
WeBiineii , Dlzzlucii , I'lulterlnc ot the
Heart , lloie bclurulbe eyci. Headache
over ( bo right eroi Iledleuneiis vrllb
atrul Urenmi , Jllgbly colored lrla ) auil
TDTT'fl I mS are especially adapted
to Buoh cajos , ono ttoso oifecu aucb
elmngo of feollnE as to ustonlilitbo sufferer.
Tbey In create the AppeUte.aod cau o tto
body to T ke ou l-le litbu the irttem U
nourUt > ilantil > rlbelrTonlo Action on
U > l > ltf < UveOreaaUeuuLuHtooliaro
productd. Prtf aSc. 44 Murray Mt..M.Y.
IlenoratM tba bod/ , make * healthy tteah.
mtnfihtn * tb * weac , repairs the wutei ot
Vie ijstoai vttb. pur * blooti ami hard miucle ;
tones the DOTTOUS vstera. iuIxorates the
brain , and Imparts the vigor of rrymhood.
$1. Sold br dniKgUt * .
OVSICK 44 liurrir 81. . Now York.
Pat Murphr. tlio "Irish Lord , " was
shipped to Ireland last evening.
The Fanlasma company arrived hero
yesterday with all its wealth of scenery ,
and workmen.
The liattle of Gettysburg panorama
will bo open to the public on Sunday
from 1:30 : to 9 p. m.
floating at Cutoff lake is becoming
moro and moro popular among the mem
bers of the club and tneir frionds.
There will b"e nogamoof ball on Sunday
between the St. Joe Keds and the Union
Pacilics. The former have backed down
and out. *
Tlio clgarmakers1 picnic , postponed
from last/Sunday on account of the rain ,
will take place from Hasoall's park
A county warrant for $10 , in favor of
Martin tfahlon , was lost by Oflicor
Whalcn yesterday , and if found should
be turned over to him at the city jail.
The grand jury was discharged yes
terday. They found but ono indict
ment and that is against the convict , Mc
Carthy , who is now serving a term in tlio
Iowa penitentiary. Ho has boon indicted
for inducing the woman Swan to swear
falsely in a case in which ho was inter
Frank Moody , a brakeman employed
by the Union Pacificmet with a slight acci
dent in tlio lower yards Thursday night.
While coupling cars the draw-bars passed
each other , permitting tlio cars to moot.
Ilia shoulder was caught by ono , and the
elbow joint by the other , causing the arm
from the shoulder up to brace between
the two cars. Although painful , it was
not serious.
Progressive I'rcsbytorituitsm.
Rov. S. D. Bcatty , of Peoria , Ills , , is in
the city.
Hon. A. S Paddock arrived from Beat
rice j'psterday.
E. C. Morton , Fort Bridgcr , Wyoming ,
is at the Pax ton. .
A. H. Swan , the Wyoming cattle king ,
is in the city.
J. C , Osgood , representing a largo coa
and Iron linn of Chicago , is in the city.
L. M. Korty , superintendent of tele
graph for the Union i'aeilie , is on the sick
Mr. E. Kosowator left ycsjorday for
the south , intending to bo absent two
G. L. Patton , and Gcrtio nnd Edna Pat-
ton. of Weeping Water , woru at the Mil
lard yesterday.
J. D. Donnolly , of Plattsmouth , cashier
of tlio Cass County bank , was in the city
Charles A. Tanner and Mrs. C. T. Tom-
ploton , of Nevada , Iowa , are visiting
their brother in this city ,
C. II. Hammond , superintendent of the
Iowa Institution for tlrj JJouf and Dumb ,
was in the city yesterday.
T. M. Marquette , Lincoln , while in nt-
tendance upon the United States circuit
court , is a guest at the Millard.
Mrs. Elijah Stoddurd and Mrs , Nathan
E. Adnma returned Wednesday after an
absence of sonic weeks in California.
S , C. Stalls nnd wife , Chadron ;
Charles Philpot , Weeping Water ; F. S.
Cotton , Kearney ; are at ( do Canfiold.
Mrs. A. J , White , from the south , is
visiting her sister , Mrs. Harrison Buck-
iier , of Omaha , and will probably make
this her future homo.
Prof. A. S. Marks , of Chicago , author
nnd publisher of tlio "Holy Land , " is in
the city mid will give several illustrated
Idcturos ou Palestine ,
Mrs Louisu Hllleck. living near the
corner of Thirteenth and Douglas streets ,
in suffering from a broken arm , which she
fractured u few days since.
Mrs. W. F. Allen , who loft for San Fran
cisco with Mr. und Mrs. Coutant , together
witli her child , will remain on the coast
u couple of weeks longer.
Postmaster Coutant arrived homo f
day from California , where himself and
wife have bucu for the last twenty-tiro
days. Tlioyvrflitdd Los Angeles , Santa
Fe , Monterojvjtha Geysers , Sacramento
and San Francisco , jind spent .tlio time
most delightfully.
ifihn srCascmont , of Paincsvillo , Ohio ,
the railroad contractor , well known hero
from his early connection with the con
struction of Iho Union Pacilic , is at the
Mr. W. Smith , who has for several
years been chief clerk in the construction
department of the Union Pacilic , leaves
on Saturday to take a place with Mr. Mc-
Murray in the ' claim department nt Den
Fate of the Men Who Discovered Some
Great American Mlnex.
Fort Keogii ( M. T. ) Letter : The super
stitious belief is an old ono that unless
the discoverer of a camp moots an un
timely or bloody end his find will never
amount to anything ; and this seems to
bo berne out by the facts , since nearly
all the discoverers of the great gold mines
in the United States , witn but tow excep
tions , have , as the saying goes , "died
with their boots on. " Of thirty-eight
booming towns in early days , the loca
tors of twelve were killed by bullet , tlireo'
were buried in their creations by cavo-
ins , and the rest drifted away with the
tide of immigration , have become lost in
oblivion , or died and were buried in pau
pers'graves. George II. Fryerfrom whom
the celebrated "Fryor Hill , " of Loadvillo
derives its name , died at Denver not long
ago from an overdose of morphine admin
istered by liis own hand. Two years pre
vious to his death wari worth a million or
HO , but ho died u pauper and almost with
out a friend.
Old Virginny , after whom the "Con
solidated Virginia" was named , and who
sold his claim for $25 ; a ponr and a bottle
of whisky , came to his death by an over
dose from a bucking mule near Dayton ,
Bill Bodic , tlio discoverer of the great
Standard' no in Mlno county , C l. ,
slept hiu llfo away in a snowstorm while
making his way to the mines.
Col. Story , who gave his name to tlio
county in Novadu where the Comstoek is
situated , was killed in battle by the Pyr
amid Lake Indians.
Thomas Page Comstook died a boggnr
in a strange land. "OJd Pancake , " as ho
was known in the mining camps , com
mitted sulcldp nt Bozomun , M. T. , on
September 27 , 1870 , by shooting himself.
He was the loaUor' ' of the famous Big
Horn oxpoditiou of i the Lost Cabin mines ,
supposed to be * somewhere among the
Big Horn mountains. The expedition
was n failure , . an Comstook , whether
from disappointment or some other
cause , while encAiilpcd ' o'ir ' Hozonmn.
drove u pistol bull' ' through his head and
died instantly , lie was buried there ,
and his grave is unmarked and unknown.
Near the wild spot where twelve years
before the hidtUm.treasuro of Alder gulch
was revealed to him , William Fairweathor
was laid down to , rest. Like poor "Old
Paucako , " thiserratjo ; soul stranded on
the shoals of dissipation , although each
in his day had 'turAed ' a key the ono sil
ver , tlio other golden which unlocked
millions for othprsT.but nothing for them
selves. William Farrell , who -.truck"
Meadow lake , died a victim to remorse
in ono of the leading hospitals in San
Francisco , "haunted by tlio spirit of 1,000
deluded pioneers and prospectors pass
ing and rcpassing liis uylng bed. " The
locator of the famous Honiestako , in tlio
Blaok hills , ii said to Jinvo afterward
turned road agent. Tunes going hard
with him , ho attempted to stop u stage
loaded and prepared for just such
emergencies , anil ho was planted along ,
side the road by tlio tender-hearted
e.xnrcss agents whom ho had tried to
rob and kill. Jlomor , of the Homer dis
trict , followed in the suicidal tracts of
Comstoek. After squandering a small
fortune he- shot his brains out In the
fctrccts of Sau Francisco. Doughnut
Bill , ' 'Old Eureka. " Kolso Austin.
Lloyd Magrudpr , "Ninc-Milo Clark,1' '
George Hankiuson , Henry Plummor ,
and scores of others died violent , deaths
in one way or another and reaped noth-
jug from the rich finds each had made
in his day. Doughnut Bill was planted
in the Lone Mountain cemetery in Utah
in 1809 ; a lone grave under a white pine
tree in a frontier mining town in Cali
fornia tolls where poor "Old Enroka"
slfcops his last sleen ; Kelso Austin was
killed and buried in Echo county , Neva
da , fifteen years ago.
Lloyd Magruder , while conducting a
number of wagons loaded with treasure
from Virginia City to the nearest rail
road , was murderedi and robbed by his
teamsters , who were Plummor's outlaws
in disguise. George Hankinson and
Henry Plummor were hauled no by the
vigilantes and strung tip without the
delay and formality ot a trial. Plnmmor
was a great rascal. In the early days of
the mining caraws of Montana Plnmmcr
was elected sheriff of the camp about
Virginia City. Ho was the first locator
of the rich ground about Virginia City ,
but thought ho could make moro money ,
and quicker , too , by taking what was
already mined than by laboring in the
gulch day after day and getting it by
hard , honest toil. But he was tripped
ill ) at last , and died a cringing , misera
ble coward , on a gallows of his own con
Jefferson Davis In Irons.
A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun
writes : Tlio ceremonies at Montgomery ,
Ala. , on Wednesday last , and the allu
sions made by Gen. John B. Gordon in
his oration there to the imprisonment of
Mr. Davis at Fortress Monroe in 180. " ) , revives -
vivos some incidents rarely now men
tioned , but , neverloss , of rare historical
interest , and belonging to both , the period
and the subject , they may now bo truth
fully related.
An eye witness , encased there in the
ordnance department nt the fortress , now
a resident and attached to the pollen de
partment of Baltimore , says that when
Mr. Davis landed from the gun-boat on
tlio government wharf , the guard that
received him kept back tlio lookers-on tea
a considerable distance while they conducted -
ducted the prisoner to the interior of the
fortification and to thu casemate assigned
for Ills incarceration. Soon after ho was
lodgml ttiere the olllcer of the day called
and advised him that orders had been re
ceived from Washington to plnoe
him in irons , and asked him to
submit by lying prostrate on the
cot when within the casement. Mr. Davis ,
with some vehemence , objected , anil
asked that the order .should bo read to
him. This was done , and ho .still refused ,
and declared that the manacle bhonld
only bo placed on him by forco. The I
blacksmith was then present with leg
irons , ami a soldier being so ordered , i
placed his musket across the breast of I
the prisoner , pressed him to and then
down on the cot. While held in that po
sition the smith rived the irons on the
ankles , and the prisoner , thus soeured ,
was locked in the casemato. A day or .so
following orders came from Washington
to remove the manacles , and soon atlur-
ward to opc'i the door , and finally to al
low Mr. Davis to excrelsn himself by
limited walks within the grounds. The
order to Iron was issued , it was said , by
Secretary Stanton , and the preparation
to do so were all made prior to the ar
rival of the gunboat. President Johnson
issued the ameliorating orders that fol
lowed ,
TThcn lUbjr was rtck , we gtve bet
When the iriui a Child , abe cried for Cantnrtx ,
When tlio became Miss , she clung to Catterla ,
Whan itio had Children , * ho fiMO thorn Cwtcris ,
Whitehall , Wis , a villngo of hws than
500 population , in September last voted
to have the liquor license $400 for retail
and $200 for wholesale dealer * Super *
visors were recently ulp.ctod who .will
raise the license for thu coining ycaV to
$000 for. both eluss > us.
The UAUSO of ttio Cyclone.
Koclicster ( N. Y. ) Democrat : The re
sults following the advent of the solar
disturbance of the 14th were far moro
disastrous than expected. Wo spoke
yesterday of the barometric depri-hsion
lingering in the northwest and expected
that the solar llames pf the disturbance
would hasten it eastward with high tem
perature and electric storms. But it seems
that as the extended factilar disturbance
just in advance of the sun spot came to
bear on our atmosphere tornadoes devel
oped immediately in the depression , with
the most disastrons results to throe pros
perous towns of Minnesota , two towns in
Iowa and one in Dakota. In Sauk Hap-
ids and St. Cloud the destruction of prop
erty and loss of life were appalling. The
tornadoes scorned to have a partiality for
towns. No such destruction lias opcurrod
since six southern states wore visited the
1'Jth ' of February , 1881. On that day
over a hundred people were killed and
the skv was of a lurid hue at midnight.
The facular disturbance Justin adyanco
of the sun spot which came by the sun's
rotation Wednesday especially attracted
the attention of Dr. Vocdor of Lyons ,
who reported it by postal card Wednes
day afternoon. As observed by us Thurs
day morning , the disturbance was of the
most remarkable character. What
fiooniod like a vast billow of intensely
white flame with its summit far above the
absorbing vapors near the photosphere ,
swayed and twisted and changed form
very rapidly. At times It was almost ob
scured by cloud-like masses. This facu
lar flame must have been 00,000 miles
long , and added considerably to the sun's
heat for a timo. It also electrified our
atmosphere , as was evidenced by an
aurora between 0 and 10 o'clock Wednes
day night which was very striking , con
sidering the brightness of the moonlight
The electrical displays In the northwest
were also very intonse.and the electric dis
charges are probably responsible for the
plowing up of the earth by the tornado at
St. Cloud. A tornado is probably noth
ing but tlio pasugeof an immense volume ,
so to speak , of eleotricity from the upper
atmosplioro to the earth , forming a vertex -
tex , with a practical .suspension ofgravity
for the time being.
Simply Testing Ills hove.
Detroit Frno Press : The other evening
as a Detroit Flt/.noodlo called on liis gin
lie found her with tears in her eyes and
her face tied up.
"It's the awful , awful toothache ! " she
jobbed , as lie asked for an explanation.
"Try camphor. "
"But the deetist says I must have two
of them out ! Will you go with mo ,
"Of course. "
"And will you you also have a tooth
pulled ? ' ,
"Cortninlv. "
"Two of 'urn J"
"Yes , "
"Before I do ? "
"Yes darling. "
Then she flung the Imndorohief from
her faeii , brushed the tears from lieroyc.s
and gave him a long , lingering , iirouras-
tinatin ; ' hiss on the left jaw , She had
simply boon lusting his love and devotion.
They will go to Niagara Falls on their
bridal tour ,
Happy In His Diviuns at
Fond Wife "Dili you have pleasant
dmanis last night , George ? "
Undo Husband "Why do you ask ? "
Fond Wife "Botmihu I noticed a pleas
ant Hinile on your face ai you .slept. "
Kudo Husband "Y'es ; I forgot for the
time that 1 was married. Pass Uiu
butter. "
Whiin thn Apache raca is decreasing
yearly , the Navajo , though keeping p.ico
in din-ay from ISO.1 to 1880 , is now at a
standstill , if not absolutely increasing in
numbers. 'Iho Apaches ntiinburod , in
187 : } , 10,003 souU. To-day they an- not
quito 7,01)0 , ) btrong. The Navajojis dwin
dled from 10.000 to 13,000 in 1830 , and
have re main oil at about the latter figure
Union Sowing Machine , 209 N. ICth st.
Keeping Accounts the Beginning of Tru ,
Hamaslng Mfo by Contracting Untie *
cssnry lclls Knso of Money *
Getting Hostile to < 3ootl
Philadelphia llccord : The misery o
debts nntl duns hold nbout the snino rela
tion to the disturbance ! of social happl-
lies * that colds and consumption do to the
lircvrntion of physiclal wcll-bolng. No
disease carries oft' so many victims as
consumption , and no avoidable mental
allllution contributes so much to the
harassment of llfo as the worry of debts
contructnd in excess of ability to pay.
The insane hospitals are full of crazy
debtors , and thousands every year rid
tlioiLsclvos of an nnondurablo weight of
liability by running unprepared to their
dual account.
The writer of these papers , morn
especially intended for tlio purusal of
women , lists already preached a sermon
from the text of "ray as you go. " But
the way In which you go is important.
You may go so fast that outgo exceeds
income , and every year capital is en
croached upon until your gait is reduced
to ono of uncomfortable slowness. Aa
wonum nro among * ho chief dobt-maKcrs
of' the world it is important that they
should understand the limitations within
widen they may proceed safely To
persons so eomfortauly situated that they
own pald-for houses to live in , but nro
dependent upon a certain lixcd income ,
or certain wage-earning capacity it
should bo an oxtraotdinory inducement
indeed which would justify them in in
curring debts beyond the immudiato
means of payment. Every debt pulls
away from the security of the homo and
of the homo comfort that grows out of
its possession. Those who do not own
their homes , but expect to , must miiko
whatever dculal is necessary every year
to lay by something toward the accom
plishment ot the desired end. They
must do more than pay as they go ; they
must not go quite so fast as they are able
to pay.
The liousowlfo can , if she chooses , ad
just herself to the circumstances witli the
greatest precision. Once having ascer
tained the earning power of her family
she can adjust the pay department to
necessary outgo as readily as the horsepower -
power of an engine is adapted to the
work required of it. Hut there must bo
method. The true method is to keen nn
accurate account of expenditure. Lven
a running account mav bo kept within
proper bounds by the housekeeper who
makes it a point every day to know how
far and fast the account runs. It is a
thousand times bettor to only buy what
you can pay for out of cash in hand. But
the cash is not always in hand. The
blacksmith's wages are sometimes ropro-
rented by his book accounts for work
( Ioiu > and not paid for. The farmer's
cash may for a tnno Ho in his unfathered
crops or his unfattoncd oxen. But the
running account should never bo per
mitted to go beyond the surety of ac
quittal. The blacksmith's bill at the
store should never bo permitted to ex
ceed the amount ho may certainly expect
from solvent dobtros , and the farmer
should never oat up his corn before it
ripens. The housewife who keeps as
close and conscientious knowledge of
what she buys and does not pay for as
what she buys and pays for within the
limit of ability has adopted a rule , not of
absolute safety , but of near approach to it.
There has been a wonderful inoroaso
in latter years in creature comforts
Every honest weaver and shoemaker or
other craftsman in Philadelphia can till
his house witli luxuries and array his
wife and daughters in fabrics mote come
ly and gorgeous than Kichard III or
Henry Vfll , or any other of our savage
ance.stry in the ndddlo ages , could pos
sibly procure for himself or those about
him. But with case of living and case
of getting has como a certain diminution
of thrift. One cannot go back to the
private memoranda of the business trans
actions of George and Martha Washing
ton , John Adams and his wifo. How
careful the father of his country was
about his shillings. Or oven to como later
down , when Attorney General Marcy , of
the state of New York , debited the com
mon wealth witli 50 cents , which the tailor
charged him for patching the seat ot his
breeches , worn out in staging across the
country in his professional capacity. His
expense account went oven to the charges
for his rum and thu blacking of his shoes.
But there was not a farthing too much or
too little. He did not ride on a tree pass
and clmrgo the state witli mileage.
If we could bring back into the house
hold administration something of the
care , precision and honesty ot an earlier
day how much larger enjoyment wo
might got "out of our improved facilities !
By remembering what a great man Mr.
Muruy was , how well ho acquitted him
self in trying positions when great affairs
wore to bo dealt with , and how well ho
prepared himself for the management of
great affairs by the accuracy of his , deal
ing with small affairs , wo snail bo vastly
encouraged in adopting the Marcy plan
as the guide of household adminisration ,
A young man in Athens , Ga. , has a val
uable diamond nin with a history , which
ho evidently isn t ashamed of. His grand
father was a slave dealer , and ono day
saw u wouch wealing a diamond pin.
Ho asked her whore sho'got it , and what
eho'd take for it. She said she had
picked it up in a street in Montgomery ,
Ala , , unit would tradu it for a rod hand-
kercldef , W hereupon the honorable
Georgian gave the blavo girl in for it , ai\d
handed it down to his admiring posterity.
. The Texas & Pacific bridge over the
Trinity river at Dallas , Tex , , is ninety
feet above the water level. A negro
walking across the bridge recently was
overtaken by u tram , aim so scared that
ho jumped from the bridge , went plumb
down in the water , and after n mlnulo
arose and swain ashore unhurt.
The mild December weather caused , a
pair of ravens to lose run of thu season ,
mid on the Oth of that mouth they wcro
well along in housekeeping , having u
nest 7)1 four young in it. This pair of
birds built their homo upon a ledge on
PHI high olijV lacing the Irish Channel ,
The ledge is on thu estate of Mr , Koij-
nedy , in Glonapp , Ayrshire ,
I'urfist mid ftronccsl Natural Fruit Flavor * .
Vanilla , Jxmioti , Oranio ; , Almond , Knso. ulc. ,
llavor as dfjlc-vtely mid uuiurallv U3 the ( rult.
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