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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEr ; THURSDAY , 8EVTKBIBER 5 , 1889.
CHAOS WINS THE FUTURITY.
A Day of 'Exciting Sporb At the
SlUjopshoad Bay Traok.
THE GRAND CIRCUIT RACES.
of Yesterday's Hall a. mon
of the Western Asso-
olntlou Tgnnit Turf nnd
l > lnmon < l
Mieopihciul Hny Ilnces.
B\r , Sept , 4. A cloud of
dust.a fln h of silk , the shouts of 20,000 per-
sonrf , ntid" Qhnos , .son of Kayoii D'Or nnd
LllllO ; tl , won fcjO.OOO for his owner , W. L.
Scott. i'hO favorite , St. Carlo , was n good
Boconcl ; In f.ict , many thought ho had won ,
as tap * finish could bo seen , ns It wns opposite
the rlub house , nnd It wns only when "No.
10' ' went up- that , the ciowd was sure us to
tho"winner. . *
The twenty-three starters , nftor two
breaks , got away to a beautiful start. San
tiago hnd the ndvnntnco , with Mnrln Lovoll
occond. Onawny , KfngH .Own , Protection ,
I'enn P. Sam Doxo.v unrt Prodigal Son wcro
next , The others wcro Wi-11 bunched , with
St. Comely In a bad DOMUon. At the end of
iho Ural furlong they were stretched across
nhnost aligned. Attbu head of tbo homestretch
stretch Chaoft hud n lend of two letmths.
Ebcrleo nnd St. Carlo were next. By this
tlmo half the field was whipping , hut it
helped them none , as the leader still
hold his own. As thov came to the
regular Judges' stand , St. Carlo und
Slnalon began to close up , but the distance
was too short nnd Chnoi got the verdict bv u
good ncclt. St. Carlo was two lengths in
front of Slnnlon.
Summary of other races :
Thrqe-nuartcru of n mile Cartoon won ,
Oregon src'ond , Seymour third. Time 1:11. :
Ono rallo Crackcmnn won , Climax second ,
LcoH. third. Timo-lU. ,
Ono and ono-olghth miles Brother Ban
won. Wary second , Brnndolutto third , lime
" 1:652-5. :
" * Ono nnd one-eighth miles Maid of 'Orleans
won. Pericles second , Nowborg third. Time
Ono and n quarter miles , on turf St. Luke
won , Maori second , Larchinotit third. Time
Grand Circuit Uacua.
SriuxdfinLi ) , Mass. , bcpt. 4. [ Special
Telegram to TUB Unit. ] Two of the tnreo
events on tha programme for the second day
of tno grand circuit meeting hero wore fin
ished this afternoon. Both were won with
etisa by the favorites , Susie L. and Alcryon.
Hey Wilkes finished ahead In the pace , but
wns sot back for swerving on the bomo-
Btrotcli , nnd the contest had to bo postponed.
Johnston , the pacer , and the fast stallion
Nelson will give exhibitions of their speed
to-morrow , nnu three regular races will
inako up the card. Summary : '
> c ; ruiisi : $1.500 , 2 : IS CLVSS.
Suslo S. ( Traynor ) . 1 1 1
Kit Curry ( Kyiror ) . 3 3 3
Nowtda B. ( Laird ; . 4 2 3
J. 13. Richardson ( Gerso ) . 3 4 4
Timo-2li : ! > < J , 2:2IKi : 2:20. :
OUAllAXTKED STAKE , fo.OOO , 2:20 : CLASS.
Alcryon ( Uoblns ) . 1 1 1
Sensation ( Keating ) . 2 2 3
Dictator Chief ( Nelson ) . 3 3 4
Geneva ( Doblo ) . 5 5 U
Persica ( Moultou ) . 0 4 0
Hendrix ( Hills ) . 4 i\ \ ' . )
Longford ( Golusmith ) . . . . . .0 8 5
Argentine ( Bowen ) , . . . ; . . . ' . ; V.-7 7 7
Delmont ( Uavis ) . r.,8 : U 8
TtaO 2:18Jf : 2OJ : ! ! < ? , 2:2I ) )
§ 1,000 , FUKIM'OU-AI.L PACE
'I8I1E1) . )
R ( Uoblns ) . i 2 t 4
Goshli ) , jr. , ( Turner ) . 3 1'4 1
Jowettt ( Pottit ) . . . .2 3 2-3
\VIIcotf ( Ubrse ) . 4-4 3 3
Lu'dy Wilkins ( Bowen ) . . . . - dis
uTinie 2lb , 3:15 : , 2:80 , 3:10.
DnriioiT. Sept. 4. At the National
breeders' meeting to-day the weather wns
fine and tno track splendid. Summary :
Foals of 1887 , * J50 Frenzy had a walk
over. Time 3:27 : > 4.
j/Threo-ycnr-olds , pacing , $75 Fred Kelly
wonr-Iilondo second. Time 3-439 . '
FpnlsoflBSa , mares and stallions , J085
Gold Ecaf won , Nettle Louf second. Time
" Four-year-olds , pacincr , 800 Aubrey Nollls
won , Charley Eston second. Time 2:48. : J.
Great Matron stakes for foals of 1880 ,
iW Astoria won , Carlos second. Time
Standing of the Clubs.
Following is the standing ot the Western
association clubs up to and Including yester
day 'R ' games :
Played. Won. UJst. Per Ct.
03 .i > 27
i Postponed by ilnlru
' DBS MoiNBS.'Ia. ' , Sept. 4. The DCS Moincs-
Milwnukeo'gamc was postponed to-day on
account of rain. The DCS Molnos team will
leave for Milwaukee this evening , where thq
unuie Bcheldulod for tills city will po played.
They will nlso play at Minneapolis. Sioux
City and St. Paul , returning homo to wind
up tbo season. _
The National Ijoatrtio.
WA IIIN'OTOK , Sept. 4. Result of to-day's.
Washington . 1 02000102 0
n Cleveland . 3 0040003 * U
.Baso hits WaalilnnUm 0 , Cleveland 7.
I Errors Washington 3. Cleveland 3 Bat
teries Washington , ICcefe , Haddock and
Mack" ; Cleveland , Gruber and Zimuior.
If NKW YORK , Sept. 4. Result of to-day's
NowYork : . 1 7
Pittsburgh. . . . 3
Base bits New York 15 , Pittsburg 0. Er
rors Now York 2 , Pitlsburg 1. Batteries
Nqw , York , O'Day and Brown ; Pittsburg ,
f Morris qnd Carroll. Umpire Powers.
BOSTON , Sopt4. licsult of to-day's gaino :
Boston , . . , , . 1 01000100 U
ludlaunpolU..3 0030200 * U
Base lilts Boston 10 , Indianapolis , 7. Er
rors Boston 7 , ludlanunolid 1. Batteries
Boston , Clurkson , Daly and Bennett ; In-
dtannpolU , Boyle ana Buckley , Umpires
MeQunitl and Curry.
PHIIAUICLVHU , Sept. 4. Hoault of to day 'a
Chicago . 3 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 15
Philadelphia. . . . ! 00000332 a
Basn hits Philadelphia 13Chtcago 30. Er-
rora Philadelphia 5 , Chicago 4. Butteries
Philadelphia , Anderson , Banders and Fog-
arty i Chicago , Toner uud Farrcll. Uui-
piro Lynei. ) _ _ _ _ _
Tlin American AmoDlixtlon.
BAI.TIMOIIB , Sopt. _ 4 , Hcsult of to-day'a
came : * '
Baltimore . 1 01000000 : ;
BtLouls . 0 4 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 ]
PlllLl > KLtMlii , Soot. 4 , Uosult of first
Athletics. , 2 t
Kan. Oity.0 1
Uesult of sQcond game :
AthlotlM. . , . , , , . . ' . , . . 3 1 1 4 0 8 o li
Kuusua fitly. , . 0 0 0 3 0 1 8 (
Game called at the end of tbo seventh in
nln 'otv'uccouut of darkness.
BHUOKLJN , Sept. 4. Result .of to-day'i
S rooWjEu.j. . fl 0048100 3-1 !
Cincinnati , " . . , ' .0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 1
SCpt 4. Result o ! to-day'i
( tame :
Columbus. . . . , , . 0
Louiavlllo . . . . ,0 00000000
A Colored Murderer tiynoliod.
AtiANTA , Qa. , Sept. 4. Warren Powers
colorod.-waa taken from jail this uioruin
und lynched. Uo had outnmod a white gir
tilNDSAY WASX'T TtlBUK ,
Anil Uio Air WAR Plllort With Chnl-
lonitcn ns n Cotiscqncnco.
There wns a series of boxing matches nt
Rowley's hall , In South Omaha , last nlgnt.
Everybody ' 'scrapped , " The fight , or
flglitAworo for the gate receipts or any *
thing else In , sight. Frank Collins , of
Ncola , und Buck Kccfo , of Walioo , fought a
round for n boor nnu * made n draw , Then
Colonel Beck , the \vbtakcrud bonifnco of
Uakn Mntiawn , offered to pon$500 that Col
lins could bent nn.v man In tha world on a
hot ) , skip nnd Jump. Thli was nl lowed to
Then Art IJothor.v , who Is really qulto
clever , and a putty man nnniod Collinn , who
claims to littvu been born In St. Paul , fought
until the Minnesota man yowled for help.
Patsoy Fallen , M. C. . varied tha monotony
of thoftb'rduftds bysnylng that Jim I lndsny
would bo on Tiuud in n fnw minutes. Pnt
Murmy and John Ijnycs , two boy butchers ,
then mnutod each other for a round , and
then Fnllon" ' nyaln announced that
t.inilsny whs coming. Next cnmo
Kd Uothcry and "Hust.v" Evans , of St.
Louis , In a two-rouiul bout. They mauled
each oUiiMvf.nj' keep ) , und then Fallen ngnln
presentedTulndsayn card , From thence It
was biff , bpngiiim'sli , nnd Lindsay , until the
clone , but Jimnno didn't turn up. Several
$500 and SIMO ( challenges wcro nmdo , and
then pence * while winged peace hovered
ever tbo socno. No urrosts. ,
Last night Milton Nobles' engagement nt
'tho Gratlil opera nousotaocnod with the latest
of the actor's suixcsses "From Sire to Son"
nnd the muljonca wis large nnd enthusiastic.
Thu ccrtip any Is strong and effective , being
ndmlr.ibiy. adapted to the work which de
volves upon it. The story was followed
with thb greatest Interest by the largo audi-
tnco and the moro dninonstratlvo features
were most enthusiastically applauded. Mr.
Nobles' engagement closes Saturday night.
The Unvorly-Clovoland mlnstrols cor-
tainlv have reason to congratulnto them
selves upon the success of their Omaha en
gagement. They playeu yesterday afternoon
und hist tiiirlit to audiences that tested the
capacity of Boy'd'a pporn house and gave per
formances tlmt-grnuUy lUoa ed everybody.
The country people , who seldom have an op
portunity to witness such minstrel shows ,
were perfectly delighted.
' f i Sntnslii-dLtt-liaoK.
While running to tuo flro n Stonehlll's
store , last nlg-ht , the hose cart of Jo. 0 ran
into a hack at Sixteenth nnd Davenport
streets. The Urumeu say they were blowIng -
Ing their horn nnd shouting , but the driver
of th'tfiiftck tried.to cross Sixteenth street
aheadof , tliein. The hose cart was going
south cm Slxtoantti street and the hack was
going weit on Oavrnport. Tbo llrem.in saw
the ImcK.ind't'houg.ht the driver woulu got
out of tftclr way , but Instead of that ho
whinptUl up bis horsjri nnd triad to pass In
front r7f them. Tho" ' hack driver , Michael
Tuft , status thift ho did not see or hear the
hose cart until they wore vo close ho cou'd
not turn out , as hU team was very
unruly oa account of the noise and
fireworks. He sjaw'tho hose cart when they
were nearly on him , and whiupod up bis
horses , butbuforo ho could net out of the
way the buck was strucK. The door of the
hack was broken , the glass at the side of the
front seat was smashed , and a small hole
wns knocked in the back of the driver's '
seat. The driver at once diovo to Sher
wood's barn , where thu buck belonged , anu
reported the mutter. Swer.il witnesses
stated that tlio hackdriver was not to blame.
The pble of the hose cart was biokcnoff
near the end , and one of tue horses had its
head severely cut , und was knocked down ,
and dragged some distance. Tbe horses
were unhitched ami the cart tied behind the
truck from house No. 3.
A Brutal Assault.
John Lyncha driver for Jardlno , and another
other man who drives for Sloan & Johnson ,
were In Shnniion'a salopn , nt Eleventh street
and CapitoUavenue , lasXuight. Wtjqn they
went out Lypcb was , sct.upop. bjrgtuo outlier
man. und knocked ilawn , and w.is > "afterwards
beaten ubout-tho facu'until his face was all
battered "up. i Hia * jiss.iilant made his uscajJo
before the policeman could reach tbo scene.
i _ _
Two Crenern ! Managers.
S. H. H. Clark , general manager of the
Missouri Pacific railway sjstem , and Col
onel J. M. Eddy , general manager of the
Texas & GroutNorthern , arrived in Omaha
last night and are at tbo Mlll.ird. Their
wives accompany thorn.
Do you'ljko champagne ? Try Cook's
mporial ; its ilavor is unrivalled and it
B perfectly pure. It is extra dry.
THE HEATHEN ON TOP.
'How ' 'Jobu" Titriirtd the Tables on
WhoiTtlie heathen Ghinoo flrststruck
Omaha "ho was hullyrag-ged and bull
dozed in a way that was bad , and the
bulldozing wab not all done by young-
hoodlums , either. Tliero were a do/son
or moro'young1 mon who unod to go out
and hunt for a row with "John , " and if
ho was On the street for an evening lie
was euro to got Hurt , In these days the
Cliiimtnan fights hack , but in these
early days ha would do almost anything
for peace , Three or Jdur of ua had a
convention ono day , nnd the honso of
the meeting'wns that the celestial should
bo protected. As a first stop wo sent
up to Chicago for inniudlc-voight. pri/.e
fighter- inner Kd Home , and when ho
reached Omaha , wo had our plans all
laid. 'We gothinvthe proper "togs" to
play Chinaman in , used a little art in
getting up hia face andproviding him a
quuua , and when 1)0 ) started out for a
stroll one s.ummoif'evening ho was aa
natural looking a Qhinaman as ever
walked tlio Htroow. , , / ,
It wasil't ' long before the hoys got
after "JoJ n" 'and ho purposely led
them to a'rotlrod ' loco-lion , says the Now
York Sun. Then ho turned on the
crowd and piled a do/.ou fellows in a
heap and wont oil abqut his.bueinoss.
There was great astonishment and in-
dignatidn at the huuthbn's audacity ,
and next day "six lusty young follows
' 'do him bad" in
were appointed cas > o
ho appeared , on the streets again. IIo
was out next inorniug , und whim the
delegates attempted to rush him they
were uiado weary. The report then got
out thuta lighting John IwU struck town
and several scrappers got after him , to
got the worst of it and declare that ho
was a phunomonon. After the fort
night for which wo had hired him our
"pug" rpfudod to make a now engage
ment , explaining :
"Gents , I have smashed three
knuckles , broken ono fintror. and lamed
my shoulder perhaps for lifo. I huvo
' 'done . " follows for
up. over thirty you ,
saying nothing of these who got away ,
anu , although you are very kind and I
want to bo courteous , you must lot mo
There waa really no need for his fur
ther services. "John" was on top in
that town for the next year , and even
to this day the legend of the fighting
Chlimimui Is moro or load u protection
of the race , "
tin Jtcpt'iituil tha QtirNtlon ,
Pittsburg Chronlolo : "Champagne , "
ordered the young man from Squodunk.
" .Extra dry ? " asked the waiter.
"Woll. I don't know aa it is any of
your bustnoaa how dry I am , young man.
Bring mo that champugim without any
itnpudoncQ or I'll report you to tbo
DUcotorios Itloro Valuable than Gold
are SANTA ABIE , the California discovery
for consumption and diseases of the throat ,
chest i ud lungs.and CALIFORNIA CAT-It-
CUREthe-only guaranteed euro for catarrb ,
culd in the bead und kindred complaints.
They ura sold at ? l par package , oc three
for $3.50. and are recommended and used by
thu leuillng i\y ieians of the Pouiua coast.
Not bocrot compounds. Guaranteed by Good
man Drug Co.
NEWS FROM NEBRASKA TOWNS
Dastardly" Attempt to Wrook o
Train Near Koarnoy.
RAIL PLACED ACROSS THETRACK.
Lntcr Developments Regarding the
Fremont Accident 1'lnco the
Hlcopltic Cnr ] 3niMoyc8 | In a
Attempted rrntnVrroklnff. .
ICRAUNBY , Nob. , Sept. 4. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun IJnK.I Some person placed a
nil across the Union Pacific track near
titcphonson , a sidetrack station nbout llvo
nlleiwestof hero , which wns intended to
wreck train No. 4 going cant this afternoon ,
rim train was running at a high ruto of
speed , but fortunately the obstruction was
'ushcd from the truolc and no harm resulted ,
The guilty person has not been apprehended ,
Imlcr Knots in iliu Patil Cane.
FHIIMOMT. Nob. , Sept. t. [ Special Tolo-
tjrnm to Tun 13tt3.J Joseph Itenohln , of
Cojnr Kapkts , la. , arrived to-day and started
cast at 8:25 : this evening with the remains of
Dr. Albert I'ohl , the man who was found
ylng alongside the Union Pacific track west
of tills city Sunday afternoon , und who died
Sunday evening. The remains will bo taken
to ICbwaunco , Wis. , tor interment. Uonchin
say * I'ohl was a wealthy old bachelor of
Portland , Oro.
Now facts , which cnino to light to-dnv , go
a show Drotty conclusively that ho foil or
lumped from the Portland sleeper Friday
ilKlit , instead of Saturday nl ht , and that hu
ay Insensible In tho. weeds bcsidn the trade
forty-eight hours before being found. Con-
sldoiable indignation Is expressed that the
sleeping car employed gave no uotlca of his
being missed until Monday. The coroner
will summon tliom as witnesses at the in
quest , which has not'been completed.
Cool Wonthor nt Caiup.Oroofc.
Ponr IloitiNsox , Nob. } Sept.4. . [ Special
Telegram to TUB BUB. ] fhoro was a
marked change In the atmosphere to-day and
officers with overcoats oroapn&t * > n are quite
uumorous in camp. The air baa a decidedly
fulllsh feeling and tha uumn flros uro well
surrounded , while yesterday the shady sldo
of the tent received the most patronage.
Lieutenant H. H. Wright Is around ' to-day
with hl pencil und tablet jottlng'down the
requirements for General Crook's hunting
party , which is billed to leave aero on the
10th inst. for tno Uig Horn mountains. The
general will romatu huro until the above
date. , . i- .
General Brecklnrldge leaves some day
this week to Visit the Dalco'ta encampment.
Division drills are Qn this 'week , and It is
expected , though no ona but General Lirooko
knows , that field manoeuvres will cummonco
The officers of tho" Niiith cavalry are
having a pavilion built in front o'f Major
Kandlott's tent , In which they have a hop to-
nicht. Captain Gorrard , Ninth cuv'alry , and
Lieutenant Arrowsmith , Second infantry ,
Joined their respective companies yesterday.
JNed Reading , the byker , of the Second in
fantry band , \ * . matched to run Winn , of the
Sixteenth , one hundred yards.
Tbo post traders of the different posts in
the department have their collectors hero
i ecdy for the arrival of Majors Baker and
Ncbrnslca liuthbran Synod.
GKA.VD ISLAND , Nob. , Sept. 4. [ Special to
THIS B3E.1 St. Pail's ' Lutheran church was
crowded to-night to witness the opening of the
seventeeuthannu.il convention of the Luth
eran Synod of Nebraska. The introductory
sermon was delivered by President Sehnur ,
This body Is 'composed"of 150 members
representing 160 churches andstatious. _ The
LiUtheran membership andfollowing In this
state js about BO.OQuOtt this number the
Nebraska Synod represents about 7,000
people. Its church property is worth
about § 375,00' ) . Its financial operations rep
resent about 5t,4SC .
The work before this body will embrace
the general subjects of missions , church ex
tension and education. Attention will bo
given the subjects of orphans' homes and
widows' and pastors' funds at bis con
Quito a largo number of distinguished' men
In connection with the Lutheran ctiurch
from other states will be in attendance upon
the sessions of the Synod. The Omaha ,
churches are represented by the Uov. Dr.
ICuhns , Rev. J. S. Detweiler , and Itov. Lu
ther M. Kuhns.
Central City Items.
CBSTIUI. Crrr , Neb. , Sept. 4. [ Special to
TUB BEB.J Since January Ithcro have been
831 cars of stock shipped from this station ,
as follows : Hogs , 74 ; cattlo. 205 ; sheep , 88 ;
horses , 5 ; mules , 1. Tills does not fully
represent the shipment of slicep for the sea
son , as fully half the number fed were
shipped in December. Ono of our largest
feeders. J. S. Fordyce , had his pens empty
by Christmas , and another largo feeder , E.
W. Ormsby , had shipped several cars by
that time ,
The Grand Island district M. E. camp-
meeting ts being hold at Hoxford's grpvo.
three miles west of this place , under the di
rection of Presiding Elder Shank. The
weather is wet and cold , and not at all fa
vorable to camping out , but the nltendifnoc
is eood , and if the weather clears by the end
of the week , the closing days will witness
The republican primaries will bo held Sep
tember 2S and the county contfSntion Oclo-
An Oinnlin Man Married.
NoitForK , Nob. , Sept.4k [ Spodlal Tele
gram to TUB BuB.l Quito a notable event
took place hero to-day at the residence ol
Judge Isaac Powers in the wodding.of pis
daughter Viruirila E. with Hamlln L. Whit
ney , of Omaha- The brldo was elegantly at
tired In a cream silk , with brocade , bridal
veil and natural flowers. The presents wore
very numerous und costly and the occasion
was a very enjoyable one to the guests , who
numbered about a hundred. Miss1 Powers
will bo greatly missed In Norfolk society.
The young couple started this evening for
the Pacific coast over the Union Pacific.
After several weeks they will return by'ihc
Northern Pacific route and will settle down
llurtilnry at Nickcraon.
FUKMONT , Nob. , Sept. 4. [ Special to TIIK
BEE.I Burglars last night eutored the general
oral merchandise store of W. H. Haven , nl
Nicltorsou , a little station on the Elkhorn
road seven miles notth of FremontAlarco
amount of clothing wns taken from the store
shelves and wrapped about tha safe. The
burglars then drilled a hole Into it and filling
the hole with powder exploded it and bleu
the door off. The clothing wac used tc
deaden the sound created by the explosion
Between $300 and $400 in cash was secured ,
The postoQloe Is also in the sauio bulldlnp
and Mr. Haroa Is postmaster. It wns ran
sucked und everything , of a cash valua wai
tnUon , the number of postage stumps bolnf
small. Tno re are no'clows to the burglar *
ntxnn County's Institute ,
POSCA , Neb. , Sept. 4. [ Special to TIIK
BKK.I The Dixon County Institute closed
August 31 , nfler a session of two waoks , and
never did the Dixon county teachers spend
two weeks moro profitably. The institute
wan under Uio uianagemojt of the county
superintendent , Miss Mary Sohroer. Tha
instructors were painstaking and thorough ,
and the teachers report It the best Institute
they over attended.
CluiroU Members Scrap.
FAitmiJLU , Nob. , Sept. 4.--Spoolal Tele
gram to THIS BEB J Quito a sensation woi
created on JUaln street to-day by a little
scrap between two prominent residents ol
this place. Tbo quarrel began in a dUcus
slon of tbo management of the cemetery , ant
ended la a fight , In whlob nobody was In
Jured. Both men are church members
.They were 'JITi'SM.ecl ' ami will answer to the
charge of dj urblng the poaco.
nvftntli iny Advontlots.
Fun MONT , Neb. , Sept. 4. [ Special to Tnn
Bun. I U lie cvontU Day Advontisti hnvo
begun a two i weeks' series of meetings In
Pelrco's grove lust woit of the city. Several
tents nro oriHtaP ground and the services nro
proving quttu Interesting. The preaching
will bo la thrfitfbr four languages. An In-
Atltuto wasoffVc'ficd to-day in connection with
the mooliiig'Biid will contluuo to the end.
AVork ( ifn tlio O Ilion Uridstc.
QinnoN , Nob7Sept. / . 4. [ Special to Tun
13nn.lA garigldi"woiknion commenced driv
ing piles to-ifaV'for the now wagon brldgo
across the Ppttp ) river nt this place. The
contractor for -the Job Is J. L. Kose , of Hast
ings , Neb. , and It is the Intention to com
plete the bridge before winter.
Called tlio Committee ,
HASTINOS , Nob. , Sept. 4 fSpaolal to Tun
3BE. ] Tno congressional committee of this
district ha been called by Chairman IBoat-
wlok to moot In this city. September 0 , to de
cide the lliiiu and place for holding tbo con
vention to name a successor to the late Con *
Convicted of Ijlquor Selling.
VALVAUAISO , Nob. , Sept. 4. [ Special to
run BEB. ] Martin Tlaho , whoso trial for
selling intoxicating liquor was mentioned in
'inn Uui ; a week ago , had a new trial to-day
and was found guilty. Ho will nppoal to the
district court. _
llorafbrd'H Aoid I'liosplmto
For the Tired Brain
from over-oxortlon. Try It.
A WAV 13 or mtOStMSllITY.
Ilussclt Sntfo Sees it Sweeping Over
tht > Whole Count rv.
NEW Yonic , Sept. 4. [ Special Telegram to
TUB BKE.J Uusscll Sago gives the following
explanation of the current advances In the
stock market : "There is uo doubt but that
this advance is caused by the f avorablo con
dition of ttio country. It is no mere specula
tive spurt. YOU.BCO wo have been passing
through a peridd of unusual depression In
values. This bos been caused In a great
measure by the overbuilding- railroads.
The so have been built in advance of their
paying powcrbut in time to moot the growth
of population and business. We are promised
this year the largest crops over raised in this
country. When these nro gathered and sold ,
it means wealth to the farmers , and the
transportation of them to market means
prosperity to' tuo railroads. And
when these < two industries uro
prosperous , all-'nther Industries are bene
fited. Then , agnln , the wiser management
of railroad interests recently beguu has Its
effects. The inter-state commerce law ,
which was so little understood at first , ren
ders it possible to adjust differences and dis
putes la a lawful , sensible und businoss-llko
manner , and removes one of the drawbacks
to prosperity. Addcd _ to this , our financial
situation is sucb as'to give confidence. Wo
have a laruor basis for security than over
before. . We forgot that tbo treasury Is
troubled to find storage room for its silver.
Some might say this meant silver inflation.
I won't stop to arguolthnt point now. I am
satisfied to luavo the silver question ns it is
now. Congfe s bn * not 'gone too fur In its
silver legislation.- Personally , I am a bi-
inutallst , and I believe in protection for the
products of this country. Silver is now ouo
of our products. We lnivo always used it as
a eurroucy. Wc can welt afford to let well
enough alone uiJd still continuo a conserva
tive use of silvcrf" I have great confidence
that we are on , tha.upward turn of improvp-
incnt , and that .tb present market only r'o-
ilocts that confidence which is tbo commence
ment of what ) MIL ultimately be a higher
plane of vnlucsrm nil properties that have iv
record. I soo"hb.thlng to clfeck the present
movement foi fl year or more. "
Adividoto Alothrr" ) .
Mrs , Window's Soothinp Syrup
should alwaj's-'bo used for children
toothing. s It _ | pthe8 the child.'soltona
the gums. alla oU pains , euros wind
colic , and is the best remedy for diar >
rhoea. 25cti bottle ;
nln IHlers Western Homo.
A slender , sparely built man , well
along in yoara , with long , yellowish
white hair that lay"pn his shouldars in
curls , sat for a long time yesterday after
noon in front of the Ltsland hotel , writes
a correspondont'of the Chicago Tribune.
Ho was dressed in black , moderately
well worn and not of the latest cut. At
his throat a loose white scarf was negli
gently caught over a diamond collar
button. On ono of his lingers glistened
a largo , brilliant yellow diamond that
was in strange contrast to the soatned
and tanned hand. In speaking of his
homo in California , ho said : "Itisa ter-
restial paradise. Ishall live there until
I dio. You know I'wcnt there by almost
an accident , but. it has brought mo sat
isfaction and even fortune , for I am a
rich man at lastv , Three years ago ,
when I went oiii California with Col
onel HowardanuTvIr.Sutro , wo arranged
to plant a little Island oil San Diego
with trees. We haa hardly done so when
lire killed thorn. Then I wont to San
Francisco and bought my little tract of
ground in the mountains. It is two
miles from Oakland , and 750 feet above
the ocean. F6f 200 acres I paid from
$50 to $75'por aero , and now they want
to buy it for tovyn lots. I am really rich ,
but I have worked hard , " and the west
ern poet glanced at his hardened hands.
"It is my phllosphy. It is the founda
tion of my latest and longest work ,
'Tho Life of Christ. ? He breaks least
commandotits who lives by the snout of
his brow. In three ypars I have planted
15.000 trees. I thought it would talto
mo only a shof b time , but I am still at it ,
and I and my moth or. shall always live
Bccchatn's Pills cnro bilious and nervous ills
The Mnckuy Family.
Ar. J. W. Mackay. the Nevada mil
lionaire , a9companied by his wife and
family , has b'oon at the Victoria hotel
for it few days this ycok. says the Bos
ton Budget. . A Bon is to enter Harvard
this fall , and they visit Boston to make
arrangements for his comfort and con
venience. Mr.3Iackay , who is reputed
to bo ono of tie ) richest inon in the
world , is as unassuming. anQ retiring as
it is possible tovpcV Thirty odd years
ago ho was ( i ponilijoss Irish lad ; to-day
ho is Irish to , tjio. backbone , oven the
brogue is unpbixnged. Unassuming
and" quiet , yotr he nas the power to
inako or break flmbat any combination
that mny bo conceited by the millionaire
financiers .and.manipulators ; in Now
York. Mrs. Mifbtayis a woman of fine
presence. Hen-Jong residence in Paris
has made her PUrifcian in almost every
bonso , Their son-in-law , a member of
the French nobilUy , is with them. The
history of this iniv andotho results of
his work almost dniso ono. The differ
ent stages , slantingfrom : the poor emi
grant next an.i oMinUry laborer , a mi
nor , piqkuxo iun iand , dqlving for the
unexpected mUHtmfe that wore in store
for him , and /jlj'ffilly ' the possessor of
wealth approaolung so closely that
pictured in tha Arabian Nights , " as
to leave little to bo hoped for , it is al
most boyopd the imagination to com
prehend the results attained.
Xou will injure'your stomach If you
drinlc ice water without Mihalovitch's
Hungarian blackberry juice.
The Chicago Telephone Company is
putting in its now form of conduits and
Superintendent \Vilson is thoroughly
imbued with the idea that it is the host
form extant , In this ho is indorsed by
'Prof , Haskins , of Milwaukee , who will
abandon Ma former idea of wood con
duits , and use a similar form to these
adopted by Superintendent Wilbon ,
All wires here are to bo made into me
tallic circuits : IH rapidly as possible.
VOTED AGAINST A FUSION ,
Action of the lovm Union Ltibor
Party Convention ,
A STATE TICKET NOMINATED.
The Platform niul llcsolutlonB
btrniiRo Frci\k of n diaries
City Glrl-A Collision
nt DCS Molnon.
tfnlon tmbor Convention.
Dns MOTNBS , la. , Sept 4. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun UBU.J The union labor party
of Town hold a state convention hero to-tiny
and nominated n full stnto ticket. The Bonn-
niont against fusion with either of the other
parties was very strong , and a. resolution
wns adopted to the effect that no person bo
nominated who would not subscribe to the
paramount principles of the party and agree
to remain In the Hold until the close of the
campaign. The following ticket was nomi
For governor , S. D. Downlnir , of Jl.ivls
county ; lieutenant governor , Ezra Brownoll ,
of Madison county ; judge of supreme
coillt , ' M. II. Jones , of Davia
county1 ; superintendent of education , Mrs.
Mrs. Harriet Hollangoo , of Polk county ;
railroad commissioner , L. II. Grlflltk , of Pass
An effort wan inadn to have the convention
endorse the republican nominee for commis
sioner. Spencer Smith , but It failed byn vote
of lllff for Griffith to 80Ji" ror Smith. The
platform advocates the election of United
States senators bv direct vote of the people ,
favors calling in the loan of $00.000,000 made
by President Cleveland to national binks ,
propose * to pay the public debt nt its face.
and loan money upon farms and other good
security as cheap ns bondholders now got It
frolri the treasury. It proposes also that tbo
government condemn and purchase
railroads and telegraph lines , or
build now ones and operate them ,
meantime advocating for Iowa two cents on
nil first class roads ; favors an Increased tax
and the Australian br.llot system , and icgls'
lation for the Industrial classes. Additional
resolutions wcro passed favoring the nomi
nation of United State senators by the dif
ferent iKirtles and nominating General J. U.
Weaver us the union labor candidate for the
senate. Another resolution adopted demands
that'congross give to the DCS Momes river
land settlers a title to these lands , nnd give
an Indemnity to these who have been wrong
fully dispossessed. Another resolution de
mands state uniformity In school text books.
The union labor partv cast for Its candi
date for governor two years nco 14.5TO votes.
Its vote in Iowa last yo.ir for Streotor lor
president was 9,103 , and It is not expected
that the vote this year wilt be as largo as
The Farmers' Alliance.
Dns MOINKS , la. , Sept. 4. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB UEB. ] The annual meeting of
ttio Farmers' Alliance has just been held
hero. In addition to hearing reports of the
secretary and * president , there was a dis
cussion of railway legislation and other
mutter ? of interest to farmers. A series of
resolutions was adopted , favoring unifor
mity of text books in public schools , the
books to bo provided by the state ; also de
nouncing trusts , opposing the repeal of pro
hibition , favoring a two cent faro on all
first class railroads , and asking the legisla
ture to muko nn anproprintfon for farmers'
institutes. The following o Ulcers were
President , J. B. Furrow , Tamn county ;
vice president , S. M. Fairchild , Dickinson
county ; secretary , August Post , Appanooso
county ; treasurer , J. H. Stuckey , Appanooso
county. The following wore selected as
delecntct to the national convention : LH. .
Bishop , of Sioux county ; N. B. Ashley , of
Polk county ; A , Plummor , of Dccatur
county ; J. B. Furrow , of Tama county ; H.
B. Kees , of Sheloy county.
A Girl's bti'ftnco Escnpado.
CHAHLES Cmla. . , Sept. 4. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BEE. ] There has been consid
erable excitement In this city for the past
few days. Tuesday morning a report was
sot in circulation that Agnes , ng d fourteen ,
daughter of William Elwoll , bad committed
suicide by drowning , and o note loft by her
on tbo gate post was subsequently found in
which she said she was going to commit sui
cide , and told whore in the river her body
might bo found. Search was at once Insti
tuted , but it proved fruitless. Parties then
scoured the woods , working far into the
night , but no tidings could bo found. In the
morning some pirties south of town found
the missing girl nt A. Andrews' , attired in
boy's clothing , and closely resembling ono of
the stronger sex. She gave as an excuse for
her curious actions that her parents ill-
A ColllHlou at Dos Moincs.
DCS MOINES , la. , Sept. 4. [ Special to
THE BKE.I The first fatal accident that
ever occurred on the Uock Island road in
bundling the passenger trnfllo between this
city and the state fair occurred to-day. A
passenger train on the Uoclr Island collided
with n freight on the Northwestern road ,
where the two lines cross in the eastern
part of the city. Dudley Allen , the ilroinan
on the Northwestern engine , was caught be
tween the frame of the engine and tank nnd
frightfully crnshod. There were two flag
men to watch the crossing , but by some mis
understanding the two engines were not
stopped in time to prevent a collision. The
company' has handled u million ana u half
people during state fairs in the last cloven
years , and this was the first fatal accident
during that tin.e.
TIio Bli'nrt ' Lilno Checkmated.
Sioux Crrr In. , Sept. 4. [ Special to ' ' JIB
BEE. ' ] A most serious dlfllculty has arisen
for ttio < s6-called "Pi lflu Short Line , " or
Sioux City &Ogdon , which Is being built
west from here. The first section of l'J5
miles has been graded and bridged rcadv
for laving the track , The ties and iron have
been arriving there in largo quantities for
Bonio time. As the charter for the brldgo
built by the Chicago & Northwestern across
the rivoVhora stipulates that all roads shall
have access to and use of tbo brldgo upon
paying a rcosonabfo toll , tha same to bo fixed
by the Bocrceary of war in case of disagree
ment , the plan of the Pacillo Short Line waste
to make connection on the Nebraska side of
the brldgo , and to ship materials over their
own track as construction progressed. So
the Short Line graded Its trackway up to a
con ncctlon with the bridge at the foot of the
Nebraska approach. There the Chicago &
Northwestern exploded a bomb , sending
word to the Short line authorities : "You
can use the brldgo according to the toims of
the charter , but u different arrangement
must bo made before you touch our ap
proaches. " The distinction Is obvious. It is
practically impossible for another company
to get over the bridge save by using tno Chicago
cage & Northwestern approach. But ublo
lawyers say that the terms of the charter up-
ply only to the bridge structure , not to the
uppronpb. The aeinumls of the Chicago &
Northwestern for use of the approach are so
exorbitant ns to bo prohibitory. The Short
Line Is checkmated. Its managers uro as
yet unable to decide on a course. To wait
for a congressional action amendatory of the
bridge charter is no remedy. But us the cnso
stands they cannot get a pound of iron or a
crofistlo upon their line across Northern Ne
braska without paving a ruinous tribute to
the Chicago. & Northwestern , There w Intense -
tense indignation hero at the course of ( hat
corporation , _
Sioux Crrr , Sept. 4. [ Special to THB
Bun , ] The so-called railway conductors'
building , for the location of which there was
such an exciting rivalry among Cod or
Rapids , DCS Molnos and Sioux City beforu
the annual convention of tbo Conductors'
Brotherhood at Denver , will not bo built
nor begun this year. Sioux City secured the
location ol the building by a donation of
$73,000 and other gifts , and there was expec
tation that the foundations would bo put In
this foil. But Secretory W. P. Daniels , of
the Conductors' Brotherhood , has writtoa a
letter saying that only a small fraction of
the fttock 1ms boon subscribed by members.
Subscription Is entirely voluntary , but the
whole amount of stock must bo subscribed
before the building Is begun. There has
been n wrnnglu over the location of tbo
building. Some of the brotherhood nro de
cidedly opposed to the location selected , ni It
is remote from tbo business part of the city.
It Is a question whether the conductors'
building will bo built.
Asked to Tolit ttio Dills.
Stoux CmSept. . 4. [ Special to TUB
Bnn. ] J. V. Mnhonoy , secretary of the
Sioux City Jobbers' nnd Manufacturers' av
fioclatlon , makes a nubile statement which
causes qulto a flutter hero. Ho says that
when the delegation of Kansas City business
men visited this city they were given n pub
lic reception , nnd otherwise Wore qulto roy
ally entertained. But soon after the visitors
returned homo they received n bill from Uio
hotel where they had been hnnquotod , the
bill being returned with the answer that tha
guests wou'd pay it If the lions did not. Mr ,
Mnhonoy says there nro 53,000 , worth of blUs
stacked away In hli ofllco. nnd no provision
Is made to pay thorn , and that ho baa had un-
Up In Arm * .
CrnAii HHi > 3 , In. , Sept. 4. | Special Tol-
cgtnm to TUB Bun. ] TMo Linn county Phar
maceutical society pledged themselves In
their regular mooting hero to uld the demo
cratic pnrly this fall , if that party , In its
platform , would declare In favor of amend
ing the pharhiucy law. The clause requiring
thorn to give bonds for $1,003 , nnd to secure
the names of a majority of the freeholders
of their ward on their petitions for penults
to sell liquor for medicinal purpose * , with
many like requirements , is as distasteful to
thCm , and they have resolved to vote the republican - ,
publican ticket in n body , Otnor similar
county organizations will follow , nnd thu
matter is to bo made n stale affair.
Iho St < Ui ) Fair.
Dus MOIXBS , In. , Sept , 4. [ Special Telegram -
gram to TUB BKH. | The attendance nt the
state fair tills1 mdrnmg was vary large nnd
promised to exceed all records , but rain be
gan about a o'clock and fell till night , Tbo
races consequently were very poor , nnd only
made to keep up the programme. It is clear
to-night , nnd the attendance to-morrow
promises to bo the greatest In the history of
the fair. Tno oily Is illuminated to-nleht
with flro works , and n part of the military
programme of the Sent Orn Sod carnival is
being carried out.
THB LADY SMILED.
The Saturday afternoon train at Point
Tiburon was crowded as usual and people
ple were streaming through the cars in
the hurrioii search for vacant boats.
Little Mr. Tom N. Oddy , who was just
starting out on his two days' " vacation
know there would bo tliia rush and so
was among the lirst to scamper oil the
boat , clamber into the nearest coach
and pre-empt the best middle seat on
the shady side of the car. Then , after
the miserable ) fashion of his kind , ho
proceeded to cover the entire seat with
himself , his overcoat , his cano and his
This exorcise of selfishness accom-
plishcd , ho drew an evening paper from
Ills pocicet and pretended to bo absorbed
in the base ball icports. As ho road ,
however , ho could not help being con
scious of a persistent shadow that fell
upon the sheet. Other shadows wont
forward and backward like jostling
silhouettes , but this ono stayed. Glauc-
out of the corner of his right eye , ho
saw a small , black-gloved hand resting
upon the top of the beat just whore his
overcoat lay , and then , curiosity leading
him further afield , he glnnccd still moro
and found that the hand belonged to
one of the most charming women it had
ever boon bis jUndesorvod gbod fortune
" ' *
to see. .
Her face was rather pale , almost sal
low , indeed , but lit up by a pair of great
black eyes that wore luminous as a
Child's and as gentle ns a doo'n. ' The
node was short , straight , but rather lee
stout ; the mouth was full and red , with
a provoking little droop to the lower
lip , and the chin was round and slightly
double. The eyebrows were heavy antl
the hair was black , with a copper tint
at the edges. The dress was black , re
lieved by three great damask roses at
the bosom , and was so draped as to
show , with'some degree of accuracy ,
a lithe , but well-roundeii figure.
It may bo repeated that little Mr.
Tom ! N."Oddy felt that ho had never bc-
foro.8eon so bewitching a creature , and
when she looked at him in a pleading ,
timorous way , and asked in a low voice
if "this scat was engaged , " lie "Mvcnt
his things out of the way with a s > inglc
movement and doclarofl himself to bo
delighted to bo able to Hay it was not.
She thanked him with a little faltering
smile and sat down.
She was unprovided with current lit
erature , anil so little Mr. Tom N. Oddy
as the lirst advance , towards his de
termined plan of making himself agree
able , otlored her part of his paper. At
this she stiltoncd somewhat , then pret
tily declined the offer , saying that it
hurt her eyes to read on the train. As
she said so she turned these bountiful
orbs of herd upon tile young man , and
just to show that ho know , what was
proper under the circumstanced ho re
plied that ! io book or papur that hud yet
boon written was worth spoiling these
eyes ovor. She threw up ' h'o lids a lit
tle moro at this'then smiled again and
lifted her shoulders in something very
near a shrug.-
Little Mr. Tom , N. Oddy observed
this ho was a very observing young
roan und hazarded the rdmurlc" that
she was a foreigner. '
' NToJ' she replied , "I'was born in
California. ' ' , '
"Ah , indeed , " , said ho , with fine
spirit , "so was iso that wo are a native -
tivo HO n and daughter of the golden
west , and therefore related.1'
"That's quite ingenious , " she re
marked , "aro you a lawyer ! " '
"No " " rather
, ho answprod , "gutting
rather rod in tile face , "I'm connected
with Messrs. Sock , Tie & 'Co. "
"I have a a friend who duals there , "
said she , swviotl.v ; "aro you one of the
partners11" ! ,
"No , " ho replied , fooling very warm
about the cars ; "i" have charge of the
suwpondor department.1' '
"Oh , that must boi very nice , " said
"Yes , " ho replied , but without any
great enthusiasm , for'tliitiVtvs a subject
on which ho did not particularly care
to converse. Ho did not mind it when
ho was with the "follows" who earned
their living in the same "stato of life , "
but nt present , when ho was deeply
posBObbca of the necessity of making an
impression iipon this bountiful creature ,
ho felt that Uio topic was ono that ought
to bo chungod as speedily aa possibln.
So , grasping his cano in biioh a wiry as
to bring a flashing ring within ran go of
these lovely oyos. ho asked their owner
if she was going far.
"To Santa Kona , she said , "and > ouV"
"Oh , Iain going on back of Clover-
dale for a little roughing it , " ho scild ,
with delightful airiness , although ho
forgot to add that the couu of the
roughing was his mother's ranch.
"Does it hurt you to rough it , " she
asked with such a gentle interest that
ho thought ho had never mot with any
thing qulto so tender und uiiBophitJti-
"Bless you , no , " ho cried , "why it's
the pleauantOBt kind of llfo , Fresh air ,
fresh milk and an occasfilona ] boar "
"Bears ! " HIO cried , "but BUroly these
nasty hugging things must bo danger-
OUB ! "
"Ol course they lire,1' ' ho said valiant
ly } "but I go well prepared. I htivo n
revolver in my valise , nnd thiscano , is
a sword cano. ' '
"Is It " eho asked with
really , now , n
rondy interest ; "how does it worltV But
ptrliam it is not right to display it
"I ( ton'tknow but what you'ro right , "
nssontod llttlo Mr. Tom N. Oddy , "os-
pocially us that follow across the way
lias ( lone nothing but stare at ua ever
Binco the train startod. I must say ho'a '
exceedingly impertinent to go looking
like that at people ho don't know.1'
"Ah , but that's not all , ' ' said she ;
"would you believe it ; that man haa
followed mo ever since I loft my house ,
got on the Bixmo boat , and now nero ho
is on the saino train. Oh , if I only-
hut there , don't lot's notice him. Toll
mo about your boar l\unu and how you
would use your knlfo If you saw u boar
going to hug inc. "
Little iMi * . Tom N. Oddy wan trying
hard to roinombor the most oxoitinij
boar adventure ho had ever read of ,
when the engine gave n shrill ioot.
"Oh ( my ! " cried aho , laying hot1 hand
on little Mr. Tom N. Oddy's arm ; "I do
hollovo wo are going through a tunnol. "
There was no doubt about It , and with
another toot the engine plunged into a
long , black hole. A wild , wlokod liopo
leaned up in little Mi' . Tom N. Oddy'a
little mind , but it only lirod a inointiiit ,
for thorudlri < ctly ever thonoxt8oat\vas
hung a lighted lump , It only burned
ilitiily , and the light it gave out
In the blackness of the tuhnol was Vfiry
faint , but it was quite onoilg to stay lit
tle Mr. Tom N. Oddy from doing the
desperate thing ho hud coutuiuplatod.
Ho could sco the pale oulliuo-of hoi *
face and two lustrous spots which showed
where her eyes were glonming , but so ,
tooho could see the oval of that follow'a
face across the way , and was very sure
that the upper half of that oval , Just
whcro It'was cut by the dark line of the
hat brim , thcro were two other Oyos
which were ilxod very persistently in
his direction. There was no use trying
to talk against the roar of the tunnel ,
but when they were clear of It and in
the light once moro , little Mr. Tom N.
Gddy gave vent to his feelings by sav
"Confound that lamp ! "
"Why ? Does it smoke ! " she askod.
with gentle solicitude in both bur look
"No , " ho said ; "but it it had not , boon
lit the car would bavo boon dart ; in the
tunnel , and then "
"Thou what ? "
"Woll , ono is HO much bolder in thp
dark , " ho replied , wilti Machiavellian
"Don't you think you are bold enough
in the light ? ' * she asked , with captivat
"Sometimes , " ho answered.
There was a short silohco , duvlng
which little Mr. Tom N. Oddy brought
his diamond ring into bettor viow-anil
attempted to find out whether her foot
wcro on the lloor or on the rest 1mrv
' That is the only tunnel on this part
of the road , is it not ? " she aslcbd.
Little Tom N. Oddy gave a start , "No ,
indeed , " ho said , "thero are three moro
between this and San Kufaol. "
She bat quint again looking ponslvoly
at her folded hands.
"Is your sword stick hollow ? " she
asked with curious i merest , considering
thu apparent irrelevancy ol .tho ques
tion."Stick holiow ? " ho repeated ; * ' .yea.it
is a Cninose bamboo ; that is with the
joints bored out. Do you wish to exam
"No , " she answered with a sniilo lilro
a sunbunin ; "only I was thinking" lllatit
th ( ferrule , or whatever you call that
brass thimble thing at the ohd.Ot the
btick uoro cut oil and the swo'rd re
moved it would make a splendid blow
"Woll , well , " ho stammered , confus
edly , "whatin the world dd 1 want with
"Oh , nothing , I suppose , " ho an
swered , with another Hush of a mmle ;
"only 1 was thinking , also , tlmt Ifmny
ono had such a blow-pipe tliat'-it would
just about roach from here to the lamp ,
and that a little , \\cll-dirdctcd pull
would blow it out without aiiy one being -
ing the wiser. " ' '
"Oh , vou , angel , " said little Mr.Tom ,
N. Oddy , mid , with two motions , ho
whipped out the blmrp sworu-blado and
slapped off the ferrule.
As bo did so. there cnmq another
warning toot from the engine and ftlit-
tlo smothered cry from his side.
"Why , hero's another tunnel , " she
Then , in the gathering darknesslit
tlo Tom N. Oddy cunningly laid the
bamboo tube along the side of the car
until Uio fuftlmr cud was just under the
lamp-ghtbs , set bin mouth to the
near end , gave a sharp pulT , and ,
probto ! the car was in what issoiiiolnnoa
known as Egyptian darkness. There
was a c'lorus ' of cries nnd smacking
sounds from all over the car as the
light wont oat , but little Mr. TotnTJ.
Oddy minded none of these , but turned
in a trumblo of excitement to Hiialch Ilia
reward from his captivating comuan-
ion.As ho Hung out his arms tp make a
prisoner of the dainty beauty at his
side , they were soiled by two liunds of
iron , und then llttlo Mr. Tom N. Oddy
felt himself irresistibly drawn down and
doubled up ever two undoubtedly malu
knees. Then ono of tho-,0 iraij hands
wan swiftly drawn away , and , IjoforO'j
little Mr. Tom N. Oddy know what wits .
happening , ho wiw treated to a casli-
gation of that biwic order whioh vigor
ous inolhui-,1 sometime * adiniiliHtor
to rebellious honrf. 1'hon ho Was lifted
up a huddunly iia ho was
drawn down nnd planted , , with-it' jerk ,
in hiH cornor. Before ho h'tul roidvtrod ;
his breath , thn train wits , mulling iuto
the daylight unco moro , und there , flit
ting quietly at his side and renOing his
paper , wan the atahvart young man of
the opposlin boat.
"How dare ' ' little Mr. Tom "to.
Oddy began , with a fierce pant , when
tin * young man turned Muvrly on him
and Buhl , in a poiidorouB babfj voice :
"Pioabo accept iny thanks for your
Itind attentions to my wife , "
"Y"our wife ! " guspod little Mr. Tom
N. Oddy , and , ( 'lancing wildly across
tlio aisle he naw the lovely crouturo sit
ting demurely in the young man's seat.
Demurely only for a moment , hojvuvor ,
for then a merry , wicked light sprang
into thnao ravishing eyes , and
The lady smiled.
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