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K;V '4 THE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 13,. 1880. ,
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El iotwmptioh to the imnnm edition
M rKR MONTn - 30c.
M, rBK TSAR. 3.80
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HiJv KtfeatnaPwWacet New York aaeeoonoVclaaa
K, ', nillmtltn.
WB$t ITW TOHI IH THE HETT DECADE.
HEM ''Tha humblest citizen within her boundaries
Hpfi has a tangible interest In tho irresistible
Imf,. growth of the New World's greatest city,
Bgy- .which U destined at no distant date to absorb
WKb, ' the towns and cities that already lean on her,
Hjf and a great breathing space from tho con-
HKp' itguous country.
Hfr The bill introduced by Mr. Cnosnx yostor.
KIP- day creates a commission to inquire into the
Hul expediency of taking immediate steps to help
BfisWr 'destiny in this work of municipal aggrandize.
Dj&: It scorns to bo a good committee and may
E$ ' take measure for the publio good. Whether
HK U does or not. the future of New York is
H , assured. She will be the great city of the
Sfi- world In the twentieth century i
Ktt.' btetjoi whek he was dowh t
Hu,' " Before the Coroner's jury, soTeral members
Kkv of which were liquor dealers to ome extent
He ' in tho power of the polico. Policeman Latin
IS testlflod yesterday that be clubbed GAsra
' Prorr ' ' after he (Prosr) was down."
Ug The testimony of Provr's widow would
E3B naturally seem to have been of special inter.
Wmjf- set to the jnry. But she couldn't speak
M$- .English, a number of them couldn't under.
EBf .stand German and no interpreter was called.
KflB. The jury " exonerated " Policeman Pat-
EmS" Bicx Latdt. It should not be forgotten that
Hg3a k Policeman Patbicx Latin testitied that he
HpjT clubbed Ptost after he(ProsT) was ' down."
Bp, It may hare been one of those blows that
&' - killed Prosr. Doesn't anybody want to
HB know more about this case ?
SV' , Qon. Lew Wallace is writing a new novel sim-
BE.' Qar to " Ben Hur. " Tlio acenei are laid in tho
Em Orient and tho time Is two hundred years ago.
' It will bo in cress within a few months.
IK' The lato Congressman Townsbond was the
Emir youngest of seven brothers, throe of whom
Ew Joined the Confederate force while throe went
JKr into the Union ranks. Mr. Townshend himself
RS? was too young to enlist and rcmalnod at homo
K3 to take caro of his mother and slstors.
EjjK A feather eighteen inehos in length, plucked
BR,' from the wing of a largo bald oaiilo and
jRf Taihloned Into a quill pen, has been sont to tho
351 President It is the gift of a resident of tho
KHL Oklahoma country.
K?5k. Senator Eenna, of Wost Virginia, is not a
hfcj&'i handsome man, nor does ho bear any noticeable
M; resemblanoo to the typical statesman. Ho is
wQb manly and strong in appearance, but his feat-
tfif urea are oast in a rugged mould.
Jfe , MUNDANE MATTERS.
jw? Alderman Ccrlln said yesterday at a meeting
HSJ? ' of the Board that ho declined to bo responsible
Hv for the acts of McAllister or any other man who
K. parts his hair in tlie middle. It is to be cb-
H' served that tho sentiment was tumultuonaly
fB. cheered from tho back benches. Yet will the
iX 400 tamely submit to be tat tipon by Alderman
HE, Carlin T Or will they part their hair on tho side
E ' and go to raising cowlicks ? We trow not I
QRT An Old Master was bought at a storage sale
Hjfci some days ago for 12. 00. Many poople who at-
Effij , tend an auction sale don't know an Old Master
I5R when they see one. Not so Citizen ltobert Fnl.
fJHte. lsrton. He gobbled it up as a Domlnlcker roos-
ajBt ter does a big fat worm that has, beneath a
Mfc, 'brnah.plle, escaped the scrutiny of the old hens.
S- To them that is, tho other buyers at the rale
ESfc- Mr. Pullerton apparently bought a dusty ollod
mm canvas in a dingy old frame. But eiperti nay
Re ha bought a Velasquez or a Outdo they are not
Sijp Dot-tain which and that is worth several thou-
yft. sand dollars. The moral of this is thaf'nno
HMl feathers don't make fine birds. "
MiMJ Coffee and donghnuts ooulim 'I can-y the day
Wis against cocktails and dollars in New Ilamp-
K shire. But these trophies of sweetened dongh
a-W'r msy be preserved as perpetual reminders of the
thjEp battle their bakeni and eaters fought sgalnst the
RSa' rum demon. Gilded and hung up over the
fMBi' mantel by the side of a shattered rum bottle the
yp'( cookie might easily be made to convey this
gt wormr legend to the young and thirsty soul:
EM?;. Dough Nut Drink 1
flSj?i That rosy old sesdog, Admiral Porter, provos
Wg , conclusively that we could knock the stuffing
out of Bismarek should h conclude to chastise
Uncle Bam for not knuckling down to him in
Samoa. There was an old bard an old, old
as a kingdom. It's a navy.
Money enough seems to have been paid out
before the new market opened, even to buy food
from it stalls, for an army of paupers.
Mr. Coffee, of Cork, is the latest hoaxor of the
London Timet. I'erhsps our esteemed but
slightly blasted contemporary would even be
willing to publish tho escape of the animals in
Electrical executions, which a talented young
Irish scholar named James O'Oordon Duffy hss
aptly named cloctrocides, have been tried on
dogs and horses. But if it comos to a test of
taking life, why is the animal that has the most
lives neglected 7 What's the mattor with cats T
They played before tho Prlnco of Wales,
And London swelldom all looked on,
Loud cheered the beauty and tho ton
Whoite verdict over thero ne'er fails
To stamp a triumph!
Who were they
Who thus before tho Prlnco riia play f
Some traglo kings, the drama's prido I
Borne diva of a fame world-wide
Whom managers largo fortunes pay
To cross tho seas to slug and play T
No, no, my boy, they wero tho lads
Who raked In glory, strikes and scads
And evorlaating fame and balls
Within tho Polo Oround's high walld;
They were the baseball champions
The heroes of a hundred mnsl
We Astonished the Public.
(fVon Jfowanf. Otlumm in IA. Vmi. )
Tns Evxmino Would of yesterday astonished
its multitudinoslty of readers by printing, on
its first page, fac simllos of Tux Evxmino
World of March IS, IS, 14 and IB, tho bllz.
zard quartet of 1888. Every word was legible,
and the plcturos as suggestive now as then.
Tub Would was enabled to do this through
facilities afforded by E. M. 0111, who repro
duces books cntlro in fao simile, and engravings
for all illustrative purposes, by a process known
as photo-clectrotyplng. As an ovldenco of what
can bo dono in the hurried endeavoring! of a
dally newspaper, by this process, the first pago
of the Evxxiiia Would Is simply perfect.
Whitney at Ills Suremsor'e Daaqart.
Ex-Socretary of the Navy William C. Whitnoy
will not ouly be a guest, but is slated for an
address at the complimentary dinner to bo 'given
to hl successor, Hocrptary Tracy, at the Brook,
lyn Club, Saturday night.
To Fight the Conaplrner Lsm
The Troy Convention Committee on the repeal
of the Conspiracy laws meets to-morrow evening
at 8 o'clock at 140 Eighth street. All labor or
ganizations aro cxpoctod to scud delegates.
A LefWIInnded Compliment.
j s u
Muloy Bo you notice what a restful feeling it
gives you to smoke a quiet cigar I
Hassan Yes; those of yours particularly. I
know of only one- thing that would givo a more
Hassan (as his wrapper comes off) Morphine.
(JVon IU Vtlrvil V IV.
" Bay I" ho began as they met In a saloon, "I
owe you an apology."
"DoyouT I didn't know It"
" But I do. I have wronged you. "
fWlffftR tM0 '"' fiftccn 5'ca" I n&T0 supposed
thatybur brother Tom was hung for murder,
and I have told a hundred people so. I was mis
taken. I wish to apologize like a man, "
" All right your apology Is accepted."
" Tom wasn't huug at all, was ho J"
' Just went to Btate Prison for life 7"
' 'That's alL"
. "Well, here's my hand, and I hope you won't
lay it up against me. What'U you tsko 7"
Hither Very Dull or Very Sharp.
BlippcryBam (In Phlladelphla)-Bay, Jerry,
'taint no use. I'm goln' back ter York.
Cool Jerry What's dor matter, pard 7
"I worked a chump fer a thnusan' down on
Chestnut street, an' ho help me 1 when 1 got bsck
ter tb' hotel I found they was Confed'rate bills.
Folks here ain't heard that th' war's over.
"A Living Testimonial."
BaooKLTM, Jan. 23, 1888.
Missus. Rises A Bom :
I am a Uvlna" testimonial to the effieacj of yonr COM
FOUMDBABaArAMLLAai LW.r Modlcln, Tonlo and
lUonatator. I hat dmo troublad for jr.ara with IJt.r
Complaint, bat thre bottln. of roar rUruparilla nT
oompUUhr cured ra. I hare nerar fait bcttar in ur
Ufa. Although a poor man, a Million Dollars could
not ctra ma what jour modlcln. haa health and
B08WaT.il7a,., Urookfjn, L. H"mm
ALL nnaaalnaas and wakaf ulnaaa In ohlldran relieved
bjr Momsll's Tuthimo Oobdul, 20 oanta. .
Can or Oannot They Live in Ire
land? now to flee Irish Snakes.
f. lit Aa Xdiltr 0 J Ximtnt WarM ;
There are no snakes in Ireland. St.
Patrick drove thera out of Ireland and It of
fended the dovll so much that he gathered all
the bnnlahed snakes and made Irish whisker
out of them, to get even with 8t. Patrick.
P. 8. If any ono doos not believe this let
him drink Irish whiskey and ho may see the
Doe the Hhanrock Kill Them T
5o tS. gfiakt EtHlvr q Hit Ktnint WorUt
It is believed when St. Patrick blessed the
land of Ireland he bonlshod every snake;
that, of course, seoms incrodible. It is also
asserted that it is tho shamrock that drives
the snako from Ireland. This might be pos
sible, ns it was tested a few years ago in
Brooklyn, but 1 don't know whotber the tost
was real. This test was tho result of a bet.
The men obtainod a glass caso, put t snako
in it, also a Bbamrock. The snake lm
mddiatoly utrotched out its head, scented the
shamrock, hastily drew back its head, coiled
iteolf, and in an hour was extinct.
FnANOis J. Hteeo,
101 Franklin streot, Qrconpoint.
They Won't Crawl Over Irish Soil.
lb M. Editor o Tht tfning World I
In answer to your snako question I mutt
soy that I don't think it's possiblo for a snake
to livo in Ireland. I livod thero until I waa
eighteen yoars of ago, and if such orcaturos
had on oxlstenco thoro I certainly should
hnvo known something about thorn. While
In England I formed on acquaintance with a
man named Marsden, from Leeds, York
shire, whom I heard telling to a mixed
party of English, Scotch and Irish
on incident of his own observation
which seemed to mo to bo curious, as I know
the man to be thoroughly reliable He said
tils father, who was a small farmer, bought a
wagon-load of potatoes just brought from
Ireland, and after using thorn ho found some
Irish soil on tho spot where he kept them.
On account of hearing from somo of his
English uoigbbors that tlio soil of Ireland
was deadly poison to snakes, he becoino de
termined to know whether such was truth or
humbug. Ho ho formed tho soil into a ring
in his garden and put a snake in tho centre
of it. IIo said tho snako remained in tho cir
cle until it died. E. F. Cummins,
013 Hudson street.
Itlore Testimony In the Negative.
Is f Sua, editor of rA Eniq World t
In reply to your question, " Are Thoro
Any Snakes in Irolond ?" the writer will say.
in all earnestness and slnoority, thoro aro
To my mind, tho letter in yesterday's issuo
of your paper from tho gontlcman who signs
himself ' ' Muldoon " is crodible and very
probable. Tho caso that ho relates is by no
meann tho only instanco where a test has re.
suited in a similar monnor. Bis stntemont
can undoubtedly be borno out by the rosulls
of a tost at any time.
History and tradition go to show that rop.
tiles aro unknown in the Emerald Islo since
the days of Ht. Patrick, aud it is safo to say
if you were to soarch the wholo island, from
Antrim to Cork, and from Dublin tnQalway,
Including every foot of Ireland's 32,000 squaro
miles, not ouo single solitary snake, serpent,
reptile, or anything in that lino you would
On ono occasion I was an eye-witness to a
test far more trying and demou strati ve than
tho ordinary methods of experiment. The
test was this : A circle was formed ou Amor
icon soil by sand imported from the banks of
tho llivor Bhauuon in Ireland. Thou an or-dinary-sizod,
apparently healthy Buaka was
placed in the ccntro of tho oirolo. To tho
surprise of most of tho lookers on, the rep
tile remained within tho circle to be slowly
ly burned to death sooner than trespass on
tho Irish sand. It preferred death by fire to
TnE TivENiNO Would is certainly an enter
prising journal, and no doubt it would rind
eucli an experiment Instructive, and valuable
and to those who doubt tho veracity of this
assertion I will say let them mako the test.
SIuldoon'b BnoTUcs Dam.
New York. March 1.
WHERE LAUGHTER REIGNS.
A O0LLE0TI0X OF' WlTTr'BJLllKOS FBOH
Not KatBrtty Cltaaed Oat.
Boston Father Tills can't bo my soul
Ills Son (from the Nebraska sheep ranch) Yes
It can, dad, and lie's got something left. too.
Most of the fellows lost everything thoy had.
An Advantage of Marina UnrlaU
IJVon IA. Itlblerv Ckronltl:
First Pltuburgor I tell you thero are no flics
on my undo.
Second Plttsbnrger How sot
' ' lie was buried at sea. "
A Peculiar Climate.
(rest Tirat Sill.J
Jones (to his friond just returned from
Canada) What sort of a climate is it in Canada,
Bmith The most peculiar climate you over
saw. Aldonuan O'llafferty, of Now York, is
Charles Montgomery in Canada, It's the only
climato I ever saw that could chango a man s
name, singular, isn't it 7
A Grave Defect In the Play.
llrom Ttxat Siflimgt.
Manager I don't llko the dude In your play.
Author-Whafs tho matter with him 7
"IIo is not sufficiently stupid. You must
throw more Idiocy and imbecility into the role
of tlio dude, for thero will be a lot of experts
from Fifth avonnc in tho audience.
In at HtatUnery Htore.
(rVo IA. ritltottrt Croel.
Young Lady Customer Why, this box of writ-ing-paper
is perfumed with a violet odor. How
queer. What do you do that for 7
Clork Ho that your correspondence can bo
kept inviolate, inisa,
" Uow nice. I'll tako four boxes. "
The New York 11 oy.
om IA. TtxaM SlfXI'Si. i
The New York boy is not precisely a child of
tho devil, but for malicious mischief he is hard
to beat One of them was overheard initiating
a strange boy from tho lawless Houth into the
mysteries of Now York life.
, Winter is tho bent time to throw stones at
windows. " said the New York boy.
"Why Is Winter the best timo 7" asked the
unsophisticated youth from tho South.
" Because you see, tlio houses liavo double
windows, and you can break two panes with ono
throw, and ou only get ono licking, just tho
same as if you had only broken one pane. "
A Healthy Town.
"Whore have you passed your vacation?'
asked ouo clerk of another.
" At the beautiful village of Z."
"Is it a healthy locality 7"
"Healthy I It's so healthy that in order to
start a new cemetery they were obliged to as
sassinate an inhabitant."
Our Natural lteaonrcea.
um Jfera. Sflig.
First Now Yorker Did you read that silver has
been discovered in Alaska 7
Hecond Now Yorker That's nothing. In New
York City grcenbscks in largo quantities wero
discovered just about tho time the market
stands were rented.
An Apology, After All.
IJrurn T.xat Sllng.
Mr. Btern You acted very impolitely to mo
last night at tho ball when you wero intoxicated.
I think you should apologize.
Young Blowhord 1 will not apologize to or for
"Is that so 7 Well, don't vou think you your
self are an apology for a man 7"
March April May
Are the beat month! In whloh to purify your blood, for Hood's Sarsaparilla la prepared from Baraaparllla,
at no other aeaaou doe. the ajratera ao much need the Dandelion, Mandrake, Dock, Juniper Berrlea, and other
aid of a reliable medicine like Hood'. Baraaparllla, aa 11 known vegetable remedies. In auoh a peouUar min
now. Durinx the lone, cold winter, the blood beoomea er aa to d.rlre the fnll medlolnal value of each. It
thin and Impure, thebodjr beoomea weak and tired, the wl" cure, when in the power of medicine, aorofula,
appetite may be lo.t. Hood'. Baraaparllla la peculiarly salt rheum, aoree, bolla, pimple., ell humors, dyapep
adapted to purify and enrich the blood, to create a ' billou.n..". alck beadauhe. Indirection, general
good appetite and to oreroome that tired feeling. It debility, catarrh, rhenmatiam, kidney and liter com.
InoreeMe in popularity aery year, for It la the Ideal P'sinte. It orercomee that extreme tired feeling cauead
aprlng medicine. by change of climate, aeaaon or life, and imparts life
Karly la.taprlng I waa very much run down, had and atrength to the whole ay.tem. '
nervoua headache, felt mlaerable and all that. I waa " I take Hood'. Baraaparllla every year aa a aprlng
very muoh benefited by Hood'a Baraaparllla and recom- tonic, with moat aati.factory reeulta." U, PABKXLES.
mend it to my frienda." Mas. J. M. Tatlox, 1110 340 Bridge street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O, N. B. Be aura to get Hood'. Baraaparllla.
Sold by all dmggltta. Sll all for S5. Prepared only Sold by all druggiata. tl sals for S5. Prepared only by
by 0. 1. HOOD A CO., Apoth.carlea. LoweU. Maas. O. L. HOOD A CO., Apothecariee, Lowell, Maas.
lOO IlOSEH ONIS DOIXAU lOO DOSKrJ ONB DOLTuAtt
MISS HUBBELL ON THE MAKE.
DE. BLISro ACCUSES NOW WANTS 125,000
PEOM LAWYER LAWTON.
ays He Haa Slanderei Iler to New York
Glabra en CoU Qsbhard, Farasrty of
That Clab, Aflxed Up la th Cavso The
First Hklrmlsh la tha Legal Battle Goes
Miss Best ionnbboll, wants "boodle."
Bhe la only twenty-two years of age, stately
and beautiful, but evidently aho ii a convert
to tho faith of Mona Oaird that marriage Is a
She has always lived with her mamma and
brother In Fifty-ninth street, but in 1887 she
sued Dr. Charles Bliss, of West Flfty-flrst
ireot for breach of promise of marriage, and
asked for $20,000 damage's, alleging that
while treatinz her professionally tho doctor
had behaved to hor very unprofeatlonally
under promise of making her his wife and
then hod gone off and married another
Tho case dragged along till January last,
when, on tlio 23d, it had reached the first
place on Justico Barrett's Supreme Court
But when it was called Counsellor Charles
Forstor aroso and said :
' ' May it please tho court. Dr. Bliss has
bcon called before a higher tribunal. "
IIo had fallen down his collar stairs, strlk.
ing on his head and bursting on artery in the
brain. Ue died in two hours.
And so tho lacerated heart of Miss Hubbell
found no balm of Oiload, tho caso dying with
But Miss Hubboll is a young woman of in
finite resource, and now shb oomes to the
front ouco more with another suit for dam
ages. Counsolor J. Warren Lawton, n member of
tho Now York Club and a relative of tho
widow of Dr. Bliss, is tho defondant, and
Miss Bessie wants $25,000 from him for al
leged defamation of character, ordinarily
Miss Hubbell says in her complaint that
Just after sho bogan her suit agaiuBt Dr. Bliss,
Mr. Lawton declared, in the presence of
sundry and divers persons, that ' ' Miss
Hubbell has more than once invited CoL
Qebhard, of the New York Club ('moaning an
acquaintance), to accompany her to her house
for questionable purposes. "
And at another timo, according to Miss
Hubbell, Lawyer Lawton so far forgot hor
sex as to sayt "Bho is not a raspoctablo
woman. Bho is a woman of looso character
and promiscous in her improper intimacy
And then, continuea tho complaint. Lawyer
Lawton tried to prejudice Miss Hubboll's
lawyer, tho gallant John D. Townsend, who
backed tho Princess Diss Debar, and said to
him t " Her action against Dr. Bliss was got.
ten up for the purpose of blackmailing tho
Mr. Lawton has an office at 20 Nassau
street. He denies that he over mode the aU
logod slandorous remarks about Miss Hub
bell. She has engaged ex-JudgoBichard Busteod
as counsel in tho, now suit, and Judge O'Gor
mnn, who has granted an ordor against tho
fair plaintiff for a bill of particulars, wilt de.
termiuo in Superior Court whether sho has
been the victim of $25, 000 worth of slandor.
The Bod Spell Which Interrupted a Street
A dark-skinned man Btood on tho corner of
Broadway and Fourteenth streot a few after
noons ago, and by his peculiar actions ho at
tracted a great deal of attontion.
He had a basketful of small wooden instru
ments which he called calllopos, and he was
shouting out his stoak in a vigorous manner.
At that timo in tho afternoon tho street was
full of ladies who wero out shopping, many
of thorn with their children.
Tho fellow did a rushing business for a
time, and doubtless be could have continued,
but as ho was wrapping up one of his " 10-cent
imitations of Barnum'R $100,000 steam whis
tles, " his face began to twitch, his eyes di
lated and he began to swear.
What ho said was uttered in a low tone, but
loud enough for overybody around to hear
whet he said. The man soon gathered a big
crowd around him.
Many ladies Btopped, but as soon as they
heard what was going on they fled.
The crowd was steadily increasing, and one
nervous old lady declared that the man had a
fit and should be put in tho hands of a police
man. She was about to start for ono when sud
denly the peddler camo out of bis bad spell
aud went right on shouting his wares as
though nothing unusual had happened.
Then the crowd scattered and business was
The Flumber Again Poses sua the Successful
HI an of ncsnurces.
A real-estate owner in Brooklyn had a very
troublesome tenant in one of his fiats. The
peoplo were forever finding fault with some,
thing, and if thero wasn't any real trouble in
their flat they would Imagino there was, and
would chose the poor landlord until in self
defenso be would have a repairer come.
One morning last week the head of the
family oiune down and told tho landlord that
the kitchon sink was out of order and that
the family was beoomlng sick from the effects
of sewer gas.
The landlord said ho would attend to the
trouble immediately, and he started for hi
"Now, John," said he, to the man of
traps, "those people on the top floor are
The Thursday's Sale.
lv TPHE consciousness of being well dressed affords peace of
I mind." Following out this assertion, wo aro in the posi
1 tion to seoare to every one this enviable state of self,
.is the Leading Amorican Olothiors we most perforce have, our
goods of thonobbiest cut and pattern, and our continuously hoavy trado
is flattering indorsement of the Public's appreciation. Tho run on our
high-grade tailor-made SnitB and Overcoats has caused chagrin and
mortification among competitors.
Honest dealing with tho trado has boon rowardod. When thoy
call to inspoct tho stocks that weigh down our counters thoy find that I
what has been said about us in tho press is true and tho goods aro
oxactly as represented.
"No flim-flam " is a motto that wo carry into all our dealings.
It is customary for clothiers to havo a Spring opening. We-do
not limit ourselves to such occasions, but strive to bring ourselves con
tinually before the Public through our THUBSDAY'S SALE.
Bead how wo will do so to-morrow :
J, 500 Spring Overcoats at $10.
Yesterday afternoon a largo lot of Men's Spring Overcoats camo in
fromourwort shops, and to make THUBSDAY'S SALE doubly at
tractive wo will to-morrow morning disposo of them at $ J O. They
aro ologantly silk-faced, and in three or four stylish shades, retailing
olsewhore at $20.
Besides tho above there will be offered as bargains :
1,200 Silk-Lined Spring Overooats at $15 ; retailed elsewhere ad
$20, $24 and $28.
1,000 Cheviot Suits, all colors, at S I O ; retailed elsewhere at $15,
$18 and $20.
1,200 Imported Worsted Suits at SI 5: retailed olsewhoro at $20.
$25 and $30. ' '
900 All-Wool Boys' Suits, Cheviots and Cassimeres, at $3,25 ;
retailed elsewhere at $6.
Those goods aro mado of " exolusivo patterns " of imported material
not ordinarily found in " roady-mado " clothing.
Mail orders, accompanied by caBh or money order, will receivo
A. H. King & Co.,
THE LEADING AMERICAN CLOTHIERS,
627 and 629 BROADWAY, near Bleeoker St.
worrying mo again. This timo it's sower gas.
What shall I do with them ?"
" I'll go around and flddlo with the sink a
while aud they'll bo satisfied," answored'tho
About two hours later he came around, and
after poking a wire down tho pipes ordorod
the water shut off. 'this was done, and then
ho poked another wiro down the sink and
finished by telling the people not to throw
onvthing in tho sink for twenty-four hours.
Then be left, and thoro has beon no com.
plaint about foul gas since. Truly tho
plumber is a man of great resources.
It the Wise Uncle Who Knows Ills Own
A pawnbroker over on Eighth avenue was
recommended to a shirt manufacturer on
He went over tb tho place and ordered o
half dozen of tho choicest garments that
tho manufacturer could turn out, agreeing
to pay $3 each for them.
One day, about a week later, a small boy
entered the pawnshop and laid upon the
counter a long, narrow box.
"Well, my HtUe man." said ' Uncle,"
' what have you got there ?"
"Shirts, "sold the boy, "and I was told to
The pawnbroker opened the box and ex
amined the contents.
' Three dollars apiece 1" said he, in a Bur
prised voice. " Why, thoy ain't worth a
half a dollar, but seeing that your'e a little
fellow, I'll give yon 93 on them."
" Can't do it," answered the youth. "Was
told to get 818, and I've got to do it."
Why, tho man who sent you down must
be crazy. Three dollars or nuthln'," ho
"Can't do that, nowhow," returned the
youth, as his hand -went back to his coat
pocket. The boss gimme dis bill f er yer ;
it's fer do six shirts what yer ordered last
week. Did yer t'ink I wnz goln' to hook
'em ?" he asked in disgust"
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