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THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 18H0, 3 "fl
1 ERRANT HUSBANDS.
- Worr.CD Tell Otber Women How to Keep
Them Homo Nights.
Practical and Theoretioal Methods of
"Managing" Unheeding Men.
Wlvos and Maids Comparing Notes
in "The Evening World."
Spurred Into Competition by tho Oflcr
of n Golden Prize.
rnnilltlnn of thr Contest.
A Hold Double Eagle, "Evening W'orta " nrlte
frr the left revive lor keeping a husband at home
Competitors mut addreisthelr recipes to "The
J tlttor," alttno their name ana address, notjor
jutii nation where tiot desired. 1 he recipe miist
not he more, than 200 tcords long, and must te
written un one side or the paper only.
All ilmt the Heart of .VI an Urijiilres.
A wife who Ik unu. affectionate, dutiful,
Can hold lilm with cords which he naver will feel,
Reinforced by tho arms of a baby boy beautiful
Circling bis nock with a cordon of steel.
L. H. J.
1'vrry True Wo m nil Know. How.
A scpsiblo woman realizes that when she
entcts the mariiaitu statosho 1b bound by every
principle ol littht anil duty to devoto herself to
the advancement of her husband's: intcicit, anil
that m no other way can shu no tuircly memo
bur own happiness in tills lifo or in tho lito to
Hho will sco at once that her first duty in to
make her husband's home all that tho nanio im
plicit, lor any woman who has a heart know
thut ther'j is a vast dlflerenco between a homo
mid nitwelliur place.
1 he true woman, whether oho lives in a pala
tini residence or a lahoters' tenement, doos all
in her puwir to make his liousohold llt'ht and
cheerful, is not this enough to keep a mail at
home. What clso is lorjulrcd. Anomjious.
I IT He Una Hensc He Will Htny.
Bj Totlr Iilllor
I Utudy your husband's ll'tes and dislikes.
I ron't he always complalnine about some triile,
I and above all havo your children lovinc and
If you sco he is inclined to talk talk also, hut
don't talk too much. Allow him to smoke in
any of tho rooms.
Tiy to manage housohold affairs 5 out self; ho
haH eunuch witli hiH day's work.
If ho like muslo invito musical friends; hut if
he noes not like company do not try to force him
Always iook as neat after mnrrlnco as when ho
came to sec you before it. Uo not think he iloci
lint niitlru your dros and looks, becaiihp lie docs,
even though he sajs lintbiiu about them.
Have his tnc'ls leadynu time, if he has senso
lie will see nil the trouble yon have taken and
stay home nights to cheer you up. E. N.
ICIIo Will Co, .o with Illm.
So lh Iditor.
My answer is this: Study your husband's
tastes and indulge them ns lar as you can. Mnko
3 on r home and self as nice and attiactlvc as
possible, w.ikc yourself not only his hottse
j.iviier. hut also Ills eStimranlnn. interest yout
fcelt in thinps n which hu is interested.
Do not tell him all the scandal you hear. Havo
lus meals in t.me and servo til tin neatly and
If yon can follow this out and then ho still
wNho to outi why I cannot see there is any
thinu more to do hut put on your tlutius unci uo
with him. Aiiau Lake.
rear of Cowhides nnd Ciirtnln Lectures.
Let it become an item of your rolice and stat-
n to law thut all husbands cauirht from homo
after H o'clock r. si. unaccompanied by their
flj wives or childien unloss known to bo roIhk for
the doctor shall bontrcutcil and publicly cow-
hided and their names returned m tn'e police
it has been my custom and my chief joy for
thirty years to ohsctve as nearly ns possible
tiiis law." and thus I havo aoided tho cow.
hidlnc and all curtain lectures, und as a count.
qiieueo 1 have the loveliest wife and the prit-
tlcst ehlhlreu in all. tho land, and wo toRothcr
constitute tho happiest latuily under heaven.
And wo are not rich, cither.
(1. W. (I., Duuneville. Va.
1 H Never "(Jo It Alone."
' Hj To tht Vfl'or
H Stay at homo with him. Be at homo when ho
H comes home, bo with him when ho (roes, if ho
i HJ cannot co stay with him. If tho city ia healthy
t Hj eunuch for husband I contend it is for wife as
;H AmoiiB the first settlors who penetrated Into
iM I K w''dcrno"' "' 'ie north and west of tho
i a HJ wlolo, In North Amorlca. was a younc man by
tu im of William Qoodwin. j
til H i le "fe Mlllch uo le(1 w" "nite(1 10 " tastes; ,
3 ml tho services ho ronderod tho settlers were
tym Invaluable. His efforts kept tho little settlement
,', Hj well supplied with vaine; and did it chance that I
of the heads of families wcro 111. h at once i
'"PPed in and supplied his place, providing for '
rrt their wants until his friend had reoovet ed.
f k I t,le,(e wo, y uo mca H the services he
'. !.lllirc,,.,l,e ttlrrH. Tho savages about them
131 1 Iiiio10"''?' n,ul loj,t nooppoitunlty of annoy.
! M Si, '" lvhoTO'Ir, I'. w ,1-ofKible. Ucr and
l tlufr,'. i'a,,.n.iU ""V'.lwJn thw arted them in
oVlB Biv,i2lM2.,V,H,ri1'8 ''low at the settlerij. by
ol I fil, rVf-VTro'y1"9,I? of their approach, mi that
trl M i-orVl'.l"Mt,bo prepared for thtir comluir.
-otfB l,V,i,re;r;V,ul1ePnP thU aott of life. At
AsS I hi th. ?i?.c,.me a 9llno: lie took fower tramps
Vi.fi "t.1"1 ''nteil his thno to work upon
VlSi?i" rov-'W ""W nnraolled
I il.i.11.". nTfTll"tl lo,it W leart to sweet
wbie uolt, tho Ulieat maiden lu tho settlement,
much so as wateiins place and dressing and
daiicins while the hnsband is loft to seek his
own eujovuieiit alone.
We tnailc this lulu when first married twenty,
nine ycai. aBii.and I have never lelt him a niulit
lu that time, nr he me, only as his occupation
called him. Wo hae been n constantly tn
srether that friends say we thinK, act and look
Wo boarded twenty tars of fatly married life
al hotels, wet e tociety people, fond of company,
tectuivs, theatres and parties, hut always went
toBether, neither Italuus, sensitive nor siinpi.
Tlinnuh now older and havinc J'ad fierce
tiuegles with ailtcislty we are still as happy at
when tho lulo wan made. Wo aro notChiis.
tisiis, hut try to live up to the teachluus of tho
Uible and Rood advocated ill the New Yolk
Wuiilph, especially tho " llttlo ovontnic enc."
Only "a Ilrute" Could lteslst.
fb (A r-tiltr i
Meet him at tho door. Do not leave it to a
pen nut to bo tho first to cicet him. Look as
pretty as possible. Tell the children to cct
"papa's slippers;" make the loom neat, and if
possible have a softly shaded lamp near his fa
Do not tell him anything unpleasant until ho
hasuatcu his dinner, nor show him any bll s.
'lho larscr the bills or the moio unpleasant tho
news tho better should be tho dinner, and ho
will no thluus in a far better light upon tho
strength of it.
Lin not do any mending, oruoly work, if you
can help it: try to havo xniic little fancy piece,
even if yon never touch it except at thnso times.
A mmi Ki N tirul of i-cclng people work all day,
and does not enjoy it when hu comes homo to
Lot hlmsmnko whenever he wishes. Smoko
keeps the ninths out of the parlor curtains, as
i II as nut of thoo in tho smoking-room.
Nrrr tell him to dine his liiends at "tho
Club." Let him bring them home whenever ho
wlidics. What is i'ood enough foi om husband
is certainly good enough for any friend, or
ought ti be.
And lastly, neicr let him leave you without a
nood-by kiss. You do not know whon or how
you may meet again, and nocr close your cts
to rust If thcio has been tho least shadow be
tween you, until it is cleared.
Ihao tried to follow tho adOco I am giving
for twelve years, and 1 can assure you "it pays,"'
fltrn Are Themselves to Illntne.
To lt nlilor
It would be inconvenient to havo a Pan
American Congress of ladies to devise ways and
means lot keeping husbands at home evening",
but The Kvo'iNd Would lias supplied tho
Tho word rlr In Latin elgniflcB man. Honpo
virtue, stiength. maiillncts. Now, why tax all
tho I'lieruiot of a woman's mind ninl body to
keep her husband at home evenings? Is it not
his duty? And dous not duty conio bctoio
A wifo is not the husband's slave. Hbo is his
equal. Let him not tieat her as thesavagu
Indiuu treats his wile. Mis. Walkku.
Should lie Kent Hnclicliirs by I.nvv.
To Ihr rdltor r
. It is simplo enough for a pretty and tactful
woman to keep her loid at homo in tho evening
if she but set about to do it properly. A smiling
face, asvmpathetlc touch, aicadyunderH and
iug of his woids and caprices will mako him ap
pieciato a true woman. '
Tn asm e little anecdotes and witty stories for
his inn cial edification, but do not goship.
Ho tar mi good. Hut and this question hss
long agitated my mind how am I going to ke ep
a new-paicr man, who winks on a morning
pani r. at homo in tho evening'.'
If yon trails wish to benefit a really forlorn
I class of million, stait a set of recipes to keep our
"inouldcis of public) opilTiDii" at homo, and
Who W n n Is In He No. 3f
JYi ' rilltor
Having had two hinhands I.should think my
opinion was of Home value.
I would treat my husband with kindness but
firmness undor all circumstances. Feed him
with well-cooked, good nourishing food, so that
his tiervi-a may not trouble him.
Alter supper piay the banjo and dominoes,
and navo the children recito pretty little pieces
for him that they may havo learned In school
during tho day.
.If this does not keep him home in thd even
ings hit him on the head with a Ditcher, and you
will have tho satisfaction of keening inm in thu
hoin-o until alter tho fuuoial. That is my way.
Mrs. T. 1). McM.
Keen Illm In by Nlntiitr.
To tit r illor i
t suggest that The E exino Would advocato
a law that no mariied man going from home
nights against his wile's wishes or without somn
worthy eiru'o will bo permitted to vote or visit
the Woild's Tair in laoy. ICatil.
ExtiRvniritnt In I'ralse, Lenient In Censure.
To the rill'or S
Ho always to him as when ho first loved and
courted you. Bo as anxious to please him as be
foro marriage. I'raieo him fur his virtues far
oftrnor than you scold him for his faults. lie
patient and forbearing. Show your love for
In in; leave it not to his imagination. Culti
vate tho beauties of jour rcisnn as In com t
ship davs. and endeavor to be his equal men
tally, hjmpathize with him in his sorrow sand
jovh as though they wcro jour own.
l)o not dccelvo him over; mako him your con-
Will would labor hard for a number of days,
and then one or hi" old moods would como upon
him. when he would leave his wink, and. taking
his litle.set out into the finest: and it would be.
liorhaps, a week bloio, anything was een of
Iiim at ttio settlement. Then he would coiuo hi.
staggering under a load of game, and reiunio
his work at once. , ,. ,,,.
On one of these occasions. Will walked lightly
on. not minding the heavy load which ho bore
upon his back. , . . ... .
His trus'y rlllo was thrown across his left arm,
and ho was thinking of Lisle. .
Suddenly Will paused, unci stool as motion
less as the trees about linn. A try had reached
his ears, coming from a point not tar ahead,
and he waited with hated bieath for it to be re-
"neVad not long to wait. It repeated,
aopnicntly nearer, and ho p'alulv dlstiiiBUishcd
thu words. " Help! oh, help! i..,,t.
It wan a woman's volte, and one In distress.
In a moment, he had freed himself from tlio
burden upon his shoulders, and was bounding
In the diiection from which the sound had
come, with the tleetncss of a deer. .
"Help, belpi nave mol" again cried the
Hurely ho could uot bo mistaken in that tUV
fldant. llemomher he Is but human and do not
be ton severe with his fallings. Matter him
Judiciously. Praise him whenever yon ca", and
tfivo him tho full respect ho merits. Watch
vnur temner. Vary jour tact, with hi moods.
Win his respeot and be Ills helpmeet, and alvvajs
lovublni. . M. L. I
Hlnrken Hie Cords Hometlme.
To l Cilttori
Let a bird havo freedom, sunshine, good food
and a swing to rest on and sing If it choose,
and It will be content.
So with a husband. Allow him freedom. Do
not continually compel him to bo attontivoto
you only. Let htm go to tho club if he desires
sometimes and enjoy himself among hit lellow-
Always have good meals and be punctual with
them. Speak of topics agrceablo to him and do
not pester hnn with romplaints of the house,
hold. In other words, do not be selfish, hut
lavish as much attention upon him as yon re
qulru him to pay to you. Love and cliorlsh your
home, ami givo your husband all the cointortt
within vour limit, and If he ha no bruto or
egotist ho will undoubtedly he delighted to re
main at home and enjoy tho cnmfoits of a good
home, and tho hive, respect and entire confi
dence of a devoted w ife. Mrs. Kose Lillian.
An Lplcrnmmrttlc "solution.
To (. ritltor
The first effort on the part of a wlfo to keep a
husband at homo is to find tho soul that ani
mates tlio physical as well as the emotional part
of man. Find nut tho things that please him
most and cnl'ivato them. You may bo sure
husbands do not, as a rule, remain Mom homo
if tlicv could find the samo enjoyment thcio as
Theio is in the marriage relation of to-dav
ton much of that familial ity w hich surely breeds
contempt, and until wives grasp tho full mean
ing of these words marriago will sutely bo a
In short and plain language, what man wants
in a Wo companion is tho fascinations of a nils
tross and tho virtues of a wife. I). C. T.
No Unworthy Plots or schemes.
Tolht rJltrr :
Any woman who wishes to " keep her husband
at homo evenings" must cultivate in herself
suchquallt es of heart as will mako her society
desirable. Plotting and scheming aro un
worthy a high-minded woman and tlio eflect of
c llorls to serine the society of the husband can
be at best only tcmpoiarv.
There aro fe-w men so debased as to be beyond
the intlueneoof a truly noble, good woman, es
pecially if she has a cultivated mind and a warm
heatt. Such a nntt has only to act herself and
her husband will count it a loss to be deprived
of her societ)'. and no outside alluiemeuts will
bo able to draw him away from it.
D'nanose l'lrsi, Then Prescribe.
To lis JS'ff'nri
Discover the causo of tho husband's abf once.
This will be found to exist cither at home or
a broad a repelling power at home or an at
tiactivo influence abroad. This must be mot
according to the peculiar circumstances of tho
particular case-. If this repelling power at
homo is tho loss of affection on the vvtfo'apart,
her uiitidyness, bad cooking, love of society,
expensive habits these must bo cured. In
short, if the fault is in tlib wife, thcieis tho
remedial power. Uo the utmost to supply the
If the attraction is abroad, supply at homo
tho attraction that lines hnhby awaj. Ho
will bo less than man if ho falls to appicciate
If the onso is found chronic, try, with tho
patient, stir-Bacrillcing love of a trno woman
to run him back.to homo and love. II, A. H.
llns Had Experience with Mules.
My recipo is the samo as I would adopt in
roaxing that other much abused animal, the
lniiie pull tho other w ay. Uii'Lomatic.
CHALMERS ONLY MADE A ' BLUFF."
Why Ilepnbllenns Cannot Hope to Hnvr
Any Success In Mississippi.
(SrECIAL TOiHIK vroni.i).
Wasiiixcito!, Novi aii" I saw ex-Gov. Kel
logg'n Interview about the colored vote, printed
in The Would," said Congressman Catchings.
of Mississippi, to-day. '' I bellcvu there are
more colored'msn holding oflico in my dlstilct
alone, thiough the action of the Democratic
party, than there are in tho whole North. It
comes about in this way; When a county elec
tion is to come on thcleading Democrats and
leading colored men gat togcthor ,aud agreo
on a ticket. Thu Demociats suy. ' tte will giiu
5 on th.s otlice, and this and this, and wo will
take these.' The colored men agree and tho
joint ticket is nresented. Tho colored people
me given moio than their share on tho basis of
propel ty and intelligence, but it works well.
" In IssartueiiaCounty thecoloied people have
a member of tho Legislature, the clerks or tho
Circuit and Chancer) Couit. and have had until
recently tho Shcrifl. In Washington County
they have the Circuit clerk, a member of tho
Legislature ami a fairsharuot the minor ofiloes.
Itiliolivai they have a member of the Logisla
turo and Circuit clerk. 'J his custom piovails
through the black -belt, and as a result we
have not had a local col ton since
lH7."i, Now. what is the use to talk of a Re
publican party in Jlississippi. No opposition
paity can over bo built up in a Statowheio there
are no local contests. Any one who knows nnv
thiug of politics knows that Geo. Chalmers's
attempt to inn a State campaign was merely
a 'bind ' to make tlio Administration at Wash
ington think him tho Kcmiblicau leader in Mis
sissippi. That is all there was in it. "
J Wm best is not easy- SftWUI
J tlSHwill ease it in part, so"If you cajrt be
i I jlfflra &sy. b e as 'asy as y o u can' V Try a
; H?caKe in your next house-cleaning-
SAPOLIO is a solid, handsome cake of house-cleaning soap, which has no
JB equal for all scouring purposes except the laundry. To use it is to value it.
I What will SAPOLIO do? Why, it will clean paint, make oil-cloths bright, and
I give the doors, tables and shelves a new appearance. It will take the grease off
I the dishes and off the pots and pans. You can scour the knives and forks with
2 1 it, and make the tin things shine brightly. The wash-basin, the bath-tub, oven
the greasy kitchen-sink will be as clean as a new pin if you use SAPOLIO.
i I One cake will prove all we say. Be a clever housekeeper and try it. Beware of
Sj I imitations. There is but one SAPOLIO.
J A LOVERS LEAP.
remcmbeie.l volco. Itcamo from tho lips of
Elsie Holt, his promised wife.
Slio was in trouble perhaps in the hands of
savages The thought was maddening, and
pave him new strength and tteetness of feet, and
lie spiaiig forwsnl with tedouhlcd vigor. Tho
ciy was icneated again and again; and at last
he found himself close by the spot from wheuco
It seemed to proceed, and which he now an
pioached with moie caution than he had as yet
A slight hollow lay beforo him, tho bottom of
which was clear of trees, so that tho moonbeams
fell uiiobstiuctcd to tho eultli, and there hu be
held i'laie Holt standing between a couplu of
painted savages. Tho moonbeams fell full upon
Iter facc.shiiwing that it was pale as death. Her
hands were tightly bound with cruel thongs
that out into her white skin like a knife. Now
and thon her lips would move, as if with the in
tention of crying out; but a tin eatcning motion
of one of thu savages, who held a tomahawk
above hor head, prevented them from giving
utteianuK to the words that trembled thereon.
'i he savages stood still, apparently livpo haato
to go on; and at last it became evident to Will
that thoy had been lelt thvie to guard tho pris.
oner, by a large' party who were doubtless
abroad upon some olhir errand of mischief.
Fully iiniutsscd that this was the case, he saw
that what was to be done must be done quickly.
'1 here wa- lint one way to lescue Klsir, aud that
was to shoot both the savages where thej stood.
T. he hoped to accomplish without danger to
her, and ha at once set about the task. The
savngo the farthest from him he first el cted as
a target; and bringluv him lu range so that by
" -'I s ' -
THE OPERA BOX-HOLDERS.
A BRILLIANT SEASON EXI'KCTED AT THE
Krhcnrsnl. Alremly lleunn " The Fljlnir
lltilrhmnn," with llerr Itelrlimnnn, ike
First I'roiluclloii .Musician In llr Out
of Mlalil 1,1st nntl llln-rrnms of I'nr
terre nnd llrsi-Tler Dox.llolilers.
Edtrinnd C. Stanton, the director of the Metro,
politau Opcra-Hoiirc, stated yesterday that tho
coming season of grand opera In German will
bu artistically as biilltaut as any that has tuo
cedctl it and a financial success as well, Tho
chorus rehearsals have already begun, lu tho
newlj-.arratigcd orchestral spaco tho musicians,
as at llayreuth, will bo invisible. Tho opera
reason will begin on Wednosdaj. Nov. U7, with
a performance of "Tho Flying Diltchnian,"
with Hcrr Iteichmanii as tho Van dcr Deckcn.
"The Queen of Khcba" will bo presented
Friday and "Tho Flying Dutchman" will bo
repeated for the r'atutday matime. LiBtsof
the box.holders for the coming season havo
been prcpaicd and aio hero lcproduccd:
Hal 1-9' B
I jjjj VrSlZ
I. 0dsn Ocstst I .'. .lj tlimld
II. Uror-ro I'.aLodr Wet- 4. Usnra 1'eabodj Wo.
mnrn. iim rn.
5. 'ieo, Henry VVsrren 0. Mrs A. W. Sh-rmn.
Win el Kchermer-
htrn. Monday. N. It (I. RmiM.nlMondsr.
Eprton Winthrop.l'rl- Cjiuj VV. Maid,
7. Wm. P. Whltner. llsrtey Kennedy. Krl-
0. Mrs. William Astor. day.
II, John J VVjoi). Mem- 10. Mr., 0. J, Oekorn.
W. M. Wells, Wedn.a- J, W C'urtla, Wednes
J. 11. Iteskman, Friday.
11. el errs' N Curtis. IS, Mrs. Jsrsmlah Mlllunk
.1. A, lliutwick. Ml.a rallen.lsr. M. n-
1... Adrian l.clin. day and Friday
17. Wm lloiirlMRIoine. H, J 'r. Fsriah, VVednea-
II Mi'K. Twoiuuley. day.
10, AUrvd Vounia. Mon- 1(1. Auailn Corhln
J1!? .... .... ! ,l T- I'l. Monday.
0.0 Italdwln,vedne- J Tnwnaend lturden.
. Wn,,.F-n,- Fr'tlay. C.areme Andrews,
SI. II Victor .Newcomb.' VVednisiday.
odd peiformancea. '"JO Rol ett ttoslet
J. llobart Wsrren.even X'J. Cleo. llunry Warren.
J. AuRUsttis Hamilton,
SQ. .'.Hood Wnthl. 24. W. W. Astsr.
;... KllirldfeT llerry, ytl I.nthnr Kountre,
.'7. Mrs. Mark llopkini -.. VV. Hesrard VV.bli.
au- .'.', 2. Irflter. Monday at). Wm. K. Vanderbllt.
W Iiayard Cutli.nf.
31. Jeoreue foreat.Mon- aj. Wm. Rcckefeller.
day and Fridny ,
a Oaliln 8. llrloe. nt Helierll. ni.hop.
oj. L'orneliua Vanderbllt. I'M. Ueora. 8. llowdoln.
a7. Bradley Marr. 4tf. J. W. DreteL.
)ll. '1 ho Ulrrttor.
41 t'eorg-e 1' Raker.
11. e l'ahnMslnck.
43. Ansnn Phelps htnkea, 44. (ieorje kemp,
Mr.. Marshall ) Ilnh.
wrts, even perform-
anies 40 James Ilarrlman,
4.r.. .1 V Barron, M. D.
47. Kdurard I.uckemeyer. 48. H. CI. Marnuand.
411. Mrs J. C. Ayer. 1)0. Mrs. J, I). Ogden,
"il. H T, Wilson Monday.
M, 8. II Freneh. Tho.. stokea, Frldsy
r.i. .Isme. A Koosefelt. 52. WaliVm II. lirown.odd
AT Wlillam Woodward, Jr. performances.
nil. I) e). Mills. S4 C.1I Sauford, VVednea
III. W, L. Itleese. day
03. (I. (1 Haven r(l. .1 l'lsrpiit Morgan.
O. It Jennlncs, odd 5M Charles 1 enlt-r
performances. 1110, .la. tlortlon tlennett,
ll.j Ramuel II Uahcock. UJ. U. I. llunt.llxton.
117, 1'dward e'oopir '
OU Wm. II Tilllnihaat,oddU4. VV E. Connor.
perfonntnc I CI P Moroalnl, Wednes
Win H Klnaaland, day.
eren performances. Uld. A'luan Iselln, ir.
71. r.eoriiellllaa. ItH. Win, llhlnelander.
Ii. I I Mi.rton. I
73, Haron de Thomson, 170, Jstnea C. Parrlah.
Jacob II. Schlfl, 72. Mrs. Fredrno Rood
Wednesdays. I ridge.
150 WEST POINT CADETS ILL.
mysterious Ontbrenle ol Mrkness nt the
IrrrrubTn th wonLn.l
NEwnuno. N. Y.. Nov. 14. A rumor reached
here to-day that one-half tho corps of cadets at
West l'olnt had been poisoned. An investiga
tion revealed the fact that about lf.O cadets re
ported at the hospital on Tuesday morning witli
diarrluL-a, and were, of courso. rollcvcd from
military duty. There wore un symptoms of
poisoning, and all aro now back at their studies
again, although the post surgeon was kept very
busy lor a time. Tho waitors and attendant at
the mess hall, and even tho gardenor and the
drivers of the teams, were ill. It is thought that
tho s'cl.noss was caused cither by tho weather or
by water, assume of those attacked had catou
nothing at the mess, .Nothing as to the cause,
however, is as jet iiositively known.
A commission was tn-day appointed by tho
Bupeniiteiideiit, (leu. Wilson, tu Investigate tho
matter, consisting of Commandant Hawkins,
the post surgeon and Major , 1'. Hpurgiu, tho
Treaiurcr ut tho Academy.
no possibility harm oould come to r.lsie, he fired.
With a bound, tho savage sprang into the air,
and then fell to tho earth a corpse.
Ills comrade gave a start of surprise, and
gared about him us if ho knew not which way to
turn. Covered bv the trunk of a large tite.
Will was cnmpl'-tely hidden irom his s ght.
Hastily the latter reloaded his iltle. Ins ejes
all the time fixed upon the movements nt the
surviving savage, who seemed undecided what
to do. At one moment it seemed he had made
up his mind to flee with Ills capifve, and the
next tn icmaiu where hu was, agieeably to the
older he had previously recejvid. 'Ibis ii deei.
slon was fatal to him. Huiiiedly Wilt brought
his title to Ids shottldor just as tho savage,
catching a glimpse of his movements, at
tempted tn spring behind a tree, dragging his
cantivo with him.
'Iho movement on his part was too late. There
was a Hash and a loud report, and tho savage
fell to the earth, leaving Lisle uiihaitmd.
In a moment Will sprang from his hiding-place
to the side of the rescued gill, aud In ding her
lu his aims called her by naine.and assured her
that she was safe now from ah haim. Willi n
en of Joy she rutin nod his embiacc, clinging
about his neck as .he had rcverdone holme:
and at that moment Will wan almost glael II at
the savages had been the means of helping him
to such a moment of bliss. In answer to his in
entity rue told him hutrjedly hi w it was that
she came in the hands of the savages.
Hhe had been seeking foi nuts In the edge of
the forest, and was unaware of danger until she
found hersel suiroumird by neatly a score of
savages, who came upou her to silently that she
6th Ave., 20th to 2 1st St
Ladies' English Cashmere
I lose, .
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Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children are guaranteed to
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Ldiacs' Scarlet Wool Under
Ladies' White Merino Un
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To-morrow we make a spe
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Drapery Nets in Black and all
the most fashionable colors,
48 -inches wide, regular value
Third Ave. und GOth St.
WHERE ALL THE SONUS COME FKOM.
A I. arse Andlrnre Interested In " "Hiialcnl
8. G. Tratt. tL well-known composer of Chi
cago, came before a brilliant metioimlitan
audience last night atChiekoringllall to present
his lecture on what he calls ".Musical Metem
psychosis;" or. as ft might be called, tho trans
migration of a song, illustrated with store
optlcon viows. Mr. 1'iatt may bo congratulated
on having lcf n able tn hold his audieuco thor
oughly interested to tin end.
His leetuie makes no prett use tn be musically
educational, He began with tho well-known
story of the dise-overv that the tune. " We Won't
tlo llotne Till Morning, was nriuinally sung
by thul'gyptlan fellaheen, heard by NatMiloon'"
sohln-rs, aud brought bv tnem to l'ranee, where
it does duty as thu celebrated ".Marlhrouk
March." In a similar wnv. but reverse I, hu
takes tho melody of "Tho Old Kentucky Homo"
and reveals it as it would or should havo been
played 111 sung down the reveiberating aitis by
such worthies as Part. Apollo, Orpheus. Homer.
Holomon, down to Frederick the (lieat and
Wagner, Ills story was nee-oinnanled bvviens,
some appropriate, somo not. and some or exceed
ing beauty. , .. I
'Ihu most Interesting musical illustrations
were thnso revealing how Homer might havo
usimI the well-kiiiiwn melodv in chanting the
1 heroic deeds of Achilles, nr how- thu Christians
' in Neros time m.ght have chanted it as a hymn
, iM'lore being devoured bv tlie wild beasts, Ihu
following nietures sluiMi-d an unfortunate vie- i
tlm floating htavcnwaril, bmiio by angils,
to a seraphic tune built uihui Um
basis of the same milndy among
clewed pictures of late heatitj. Mr. l'ratt ear-
ried the "Old Keutiti'kv Home" Interestingly
through tho evenini.'. filially burviiig it in the
maglo tire inusie of "The Valkyr." I'ho entei.
tainiueut, which is liouuil to hu successful, was
1 given under tho anspicos of the Metiopolituu '
Conservatory of Music.
had not been awaie of their approach vntil she '
was romuletoiy aurinuudeil by them. Hhe I
atle mined to lice and civ out, but could do .
neither, loi she was ut once seie'd and u heavy .
I hand placed above her mouth, while -lie was ,
hut ried away into the Intcs. He at lung tins ,
spot, they had lelt her in the charge ol the two I
savages now lying at their lee t, while the y bud
departed tw fall upon tie cabin of un expose el
settlrl whndwcit not farunsv ,
ill saw at once that thev lisd no time tn lose
if they would isostx the savages, whom he
doubted not would huriy back, alarmed bj the
rule shots, even if Ihvy luid i ot aln udj elTieied
tho errand upon whieh 1 1 ej hail gone sod weio
re turning. In a ft w words he e x) .lined this to
Elsie while hen loade I his title, and then thev
linrrlr d!y left the spot. turning their faces homo
ward and making alt the haste they could in that
direction. .,, ,
lint their Joy at tho fortunato escape of Lisle
mil tho absent-oof the iet of the savages was
nt short dnrapon. Not half a nnle hud been
passed ovei he-tore the shouts of a doen saviues
in clO'C pursuit sounded in then ears, llu te 1
skins lisd bee ii closer tti'ii them before tin y i
eiuitti il Ihe hollow than they had tuiugttied.
Willi a ciy J hoiroi. LIsic crept close to tho
side nt Will, tiembilng in every liuili.
" Do yon think they will overtake ttsfshe
asked. In a trembling voice.
" 1 hope not, Llie, we must do our best to
e scaiie them, If jour tiiui.th onl) holds out,
I think we liall reach the settlement in safety
" I will do my best. Will, but my strength has
been Irarfully taxed now If 1 give wav. leave
me to my fate. Do not tiy to ao mc, for your
E h rig h Brothers. 1
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(23D ST. ELEVATED STATION.) , ( II
Shoe Sale I
ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. I
Some of the Prices. Some of the Prices. H
Ladies' Paris Kid Button, in 150 pairs Lrtdios' French Kid tH
Opera Too and Mfldium Heel, Pat- Button, in Opera Toe and Opera ;H
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' Wolts, widths A, B, C, D and E, broken, widths A and B; these fl
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! Ladies' Paris Kid Button, Pat- $5.00, at $ .98. " W
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j Many other special lots at equally low prices. Til
Bloomingdale Bros., AJ I
C'Vinusrs In llir llnmluliiii Cabinet.
OrT.wA, Out.. Nov. H. It h tnuliTstonil
that C. C. Collij, 31. 1'.. will ciittir the. Cabinet
sliuitly as l'reisiile'iit of tin) Council, ami tlmt Sir
Jnlm 3Iaciliiualil will Ijeroiiui .Minister of llail
vvavs anil Canals. Mi. I'olliy sails lor Cfinaila
from Liverpool oil Satiirilay next.
arm. tinalilcil, can elo nothlnir acalnst so !
mans." . , ,,,,.,
"I sliall never leave ou, I Into: ho shall liotli
cse'apc. in we- shall iliti tuk'ollie-r.
tiimaril tlnl the lovers, stiaitiim; every nervo
in tlm rnee; anil clo-i lu'himl e'-inie' the savaues. t
iimvluiit llUi'Sn u hii tiemls, ami eainli u upon
tl en intended vie-lims in spiteut all then eilloits
to tin co tiaiv. 'I ht-y save that they lulls! wm
tin taei .itlast.fi'i tlie-mrlnao tamtii'i: at evty
step '1 In Ir spirit' rei.e at the piospei-tof suc
cess ai.il tlieJiopi of aveneniE thu'i fallen com-
"Leave me. Will leave me to nir fato: lean
to no luttliti '." exclaimeil Llsie, in despair, as
she almost sank at Ins feet.
" Sever, 1'lsie. never '"eela meil tho youni;
man, as he dropped Ins rltle tn tlieearth. I
'Ihe m xt moiiient hu llltud her in his arms I
ami tliiew lit-i linlitlv nvei his shoulder, ami
thin dashed onward with mum speed than ho I
had vet eluue vilieii I e hail timed his footsteps
to llni-e ol thu jouiu mil, vvlui now lav ex
hausted and nii'tiniiless upon hu bieast. I
With all tht lUctuess he ci'tild commaml Will
i siiranc emuaiil, ami Pelunil. In close pursuit, ,
i-aiiiO the howliim aavaties. 'Ihu race was a
fiurlul one, it lie would win it or die, ,
.Suddeiil) a lien sound broke upon his ear and '
mliiicle-d with the dies of the savages. It was;
theioaiinu of water close at hand, and foi a I
moment thu heart of Will Goodwin stood still I
with leal and dismay. lie suddenly reuiem- I
hered that ho was close to a tleoii river tliat ,
flowed between III I'll banks, anil that in tho i
ueichliorhooil of the falls rrluch he was an
i pruacliluit theie was uo foidinu place for half a
A Mrnmrr In til.trr.a. al
Qt'FENHTowN, Nov. H. Tlm Adriatic, CaptV al
Smith, from New York for Liverpool, arrived at 1 H
Qneuiibtuwii to-day. 8ho reports liavintr passed i B
on Nov. n, in latitttdu -t. north, Inumtude 40 l H
west, a steamer of tho ThliiBvalla line towing a , M
i WiUun lino steamer westward. i H
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mllo either way. In his hurry ho had not jH
thouuht of this, and now it seemed that all hope 4M
vvasimleed tune, lleturc either ford could bo laH
lenelied the uavaerg would come up with them, S
and tin ir doom would bo sealed. JB
Ills iiuittHrid exprcssiuu of disappointment ifll
rcachod tho ear of l'lsie. She placed her faea tJHi
e'lnso in his checli, and whispered, 'Oh. Will, fll
why did you not obey mot Why throw away -Vl
your life to savu mine, when you mtelit have H
escatied .' 9I
" Wo will die touether. F.lsie, If uced be, bat Hai
not by the hands of thoso liowlimr savaees, who .Sal
aro thlrstinir for our blood, Cluie close to me, iBI
and fear not, and, after all. It may all bo well .H1
with us!" H
At tho top of the falls 'Will remembered the "Tfli
river was narrow-, and, when standing on its tLvfla
banks, on former occasions, he had wondered if :
hu could not leap to thn other side. Now ho was 'Si
L'oinit to try. If bo failed, and fell into the iHI
water, they would bo carried over tho falls, and 91
a certain death awaited thtitn, and a far easier Bl
ono than at tho hands of tho savaues. -fli
He bad little: hoi e tit accomplishing It, bur- jtfli
dined as he was, but tlioie was no tlmo lobe afli
lost in hesitatini;, Callinc all his atrensth to -?H
his aid, bo sped towards tho spot, and sprauif jfll
out over the fcaifttl ehasm. For a moment Ifli
they seemed tn nauu in thu air. and the tint Jifll
his feet touched the solid urouud upou the other "J.H
bielu anil the-y wrie saved. , , ,
rhe lovers i e.-ted for a few minutes! and then "HI
tliev pa-.su 1 un towanU thu settlement, which Itfll
they reached lu satcty, A mouth later the oabm 1H
was completed, and ilioy, as man and wife, took 'Hi
up their abode therein. iB1