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OUT m SIGHT.
EXCITING EXPERIENCE IN A BAL
LOON IN A THUNDER-STORM.
A Celebrated Aeronaut Gives a Vivid De
scription of a Perilous Situation A Re
markably Narrow Escape From Hetng
Datbed to Instant Death.
Of all imaginable balloon experiencas,
the Host terrifio is to be found within
the limits of a thunderstorm, -writes
Professor S. A. King in the St. Louis
Olobe-Democrat Like most others, I
believed that a balloon could easily rise
above such a trifling thing as that; so
one day, -when the good folks of Bur
lington, Iowa, turned out and kissed
their hands and fluttered their handker
chiefs as my balloon rose in the face of
a fast approaching storm, I -was not at
all concerned as to the consequences.
The thunder growled and vivid
flashes of lightning showed plaiuly
enough what was coming. It soon be
came apparent that the balloon was
bound to meet the storm half-way, and
yet it was rising so fast that it seemed
sure to go clear. But somehow the
higher clouds reached over and took
the balloon in out of sight. The clouds
flashed momentarily with crimson tire, .
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mo muuucia luuoa wera uuuuuug
like the cannon's roar. The barometer
still showed increasing height, but I
began to feel uneasy, and kept looking
upward for a break in the clouds, until
at last it began to grow lighter, and I
thought that in a moment more the bal
loon would be soaring high above the
There was just then an ominous
stillness in the air, followed by an ap
palling explosion that streaked the
cloud with blinding electric fire, and
snatched the balloon away at cannon
ball speed strange that it was not torn
to fragments. The air was rushing,
tossing and turning it about like a leaf,
flirting the car from side to side so vio
lently that there actually seemed to be
danger of its being thrown clear over
tb balloon, and I hastily caught to a
hanging rope and tied myself in.
To add to the misery of the situation
the gis had expanded at the very first to
overflowing and continued pouring
down in volumes upon my head. I
held the valve open constantly, but it
seemed to have no effect, and for a
while suffocation appeared almost cer
From the moment of the first seizure
there was no respite; one explosion
followed another in rapid succession;
.every moment the electric fluid was
darting hither and thither, while escape
from fire with such a body of inflamma
ble gas seemed impossible. All efforts
to escape proved fruitless, until a col
lapse of the cloud occurred immediately
overhead, when the torrent of rain car
ried the balloon down with it. From
the scene of commotion to the earth
was a distance of two miles, through
which the balloon swiftly descended.
The storjn still raged above, but the
pia-cIiMiflBg 'tlio elbuiHa miila Ikes
all above me was the only apparent
movement during the descent. It was
a restful lull after the frightful con
fasion, but I knew there was more to
A raging tempest is not the gentlest
conductor to a Bafe harbor, and as the
clouds opened a sight'met my eye that
was not at all consoling. I was pitch
tng pell-mell into a forest that was
thrashing wildly in the storm of wind
and rain. There was no haltincr nor
Indecision about the matter. Bight
down into the woods the car went, and
through the tops of half a dozen trees;
then the collapsing cord had done its
.work. The netting caught in the
. branches and the car fell by easy jerks
, to within a foot of the ground. " Step-
1 ping out on terra firma, I caught a
' piece of torn balloon that came floating
1 down, and drawing it over my head, sat
(upon a stump to wait till the rain was
over. There was little left of the balloon,
out the man was just as good as ever.
Conductors Get Stage Fright.
"Do you know," said a Western con
ductor to a Cincinnati Times-Star re
porter recently, "that new ticket collec
tors and conductors are often afflicted
witlrstage fright ? Yes, it is so. I re
member the first collections I made.
The uniform was strange to me and I
limagiued everybody was looking at me
ana guying me. 1 went through the cars
as in a dream, and it is a wonder I did
not miss half the tickets. I felt like a
bubble of air about to float into suace.
while the passengers appeared to be
angels holding out their hands for me.
Oh, yes, I soon got over it, and I don't
care now, but really the first few trios
are absolutely painful. How do I re
member which uassencrers have civon
up their tickets ? I have no way in
particular, but just get used to it.
While I may not recognize every one
who has paid I can spot one from whom
1 have not i-eceived a ticket at once.
Then, if I am in doubt, a sharp look
usually does the buiuess. Most peo
ple would like to have the collector
skip them, but they are so impressed
with the idea that we know they have
not paid thaf a sharp look acts like n
loadstone to draw out the cash. Of
course it is possible for a hardened sin
ner to bluff a coudnctor, but few try it.
Alter we have once made a round there
is no trouble, for at stations we stand
where we have a full view of the train
and see exactly what peisous go in and
out of every car."
The young man led such a life that
his employer was compelled to dismiss
him, says the Free Press. A few davs
later he met a friend. "Hello, Frank."
was the greeting. "I hear von lost
your job ?" "It's a mistake. I didu'l
do anything of the sort." "You are
not working at the old place, are you ?"
"No." "Then why haven't you lost
your place ?" "Simply because I didn't
Slose it ; the old man took it away from
me right before my eyes, and I was
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Four cases of cholera have biokei
Queen Victoria, although 73, is study
The new Broadway cable cars are tlw
handsomest ever made.
The India cotton crop is threatened
with destruction by drought
George W. Vanderbilt, of New York,
has returned from Japan and is ill.
Justice Lamar's health continues poor,
and he will seek rest at some point in
"Uncle" George Washington, a ne
gro in Middle Georgia, claims to be 147
The government is massing troops ut
Laredo, Tex., to watch the Garza
The Emperor William has got his bill
for the repression of morality befoie the
The Grand Trunk railway has put on
200 new care to accommodate World's
An increase of stock from $10,000,000
:o $20,000,000 has been asked by the
National Cordage Company.
The Bureau of American Republics has
oeen informed of the opening of the new
cauie between Brazil and Africa.
William Watson, the British pc.et w o
stood a chance of being Britain's next
poet laureate, has become insane.
The Secretary of the Treasury an
nounces that the gold reserve will be
fully maintained at $100,000,000.
Senator Sherman announces himself
in favor of the bill of Seuator Hill re
pealing the Sherman silver-purchase act.
It is said the estate of the late ex-Gov
ernor Henry M. Hoyt, of Pennsylvania.
is divided by will equally among his three
The Fusionist candidates for Justice of
the Supreme Court and Land Coininis
oner have been declared elected in
The Confederate Veteran Association,
of Atlanta, Ga., has decided to doff its
uu of confederate gray aud don plain 4
Boston Irish Nationalists refused to
take up a collection for the benefit of the
j widows and orphans of the hauged Chi
Cornelius Vanderbilt is to build the fi
nest private residence in New York city,
taking up two blocks on Fifth avenue,
at a cost of $2,000,000.
The Indiaua Supreme Court has de
cided the apportionment act passed by
the Democratic legislature two years ago
to be unconstitutional.
The new Columbian souvenir half dol
laris criticized as dull in appearance,
the rimming is irregular, and its whoh
Prof. Smith was convicted on twr.
charges of heresy at Cincinnati, but the
vote in his favor was large, aud he will
probably not be excommunicated.
Business operations in the South con
tinue to feel the spur growing c.i "she
rise in cotton. JUn.-rflan,rii, Mi
ner industries are particularly active.
Five million dollars in eold w,i
shipped from New York to London Iasi
week. Treasury officials disown any
feeling of anxiety over the matter.
The American ship Mary S. Stone
ran down a Spanish steamer while eu
tering Manilla Bay, and several passen
gers on board the latter were drowned.
The Brussels Silver Conference lias
.djourned to meet again in May. There
was no agreement as to any union of
.iction on the Silver question at present.
George Westlake, of Long Island City
died from the effects of joy, onreceiriiig
word from the Middletown Asylum that
his insane wife had recovered her reason.
A syndicate, headed by Archibald
Rodgers, of New York, has ordered a
steel yacht of the Herreshoffs, to defend
the America cup against Lord Dun ra
President elect Cleveland is to be initi
ated into the Sigma Cni fraternity. The
exercises will tako place in New York
city, and representatives from 30 Slates
will be present.
A concerted movement has been started
oy uie vnmese or tne united States t
resist the Chinese exclusion act, so Yung
Wung writes to Rev. F. R. Donohoe, of
Chairman Harrity has appointed a
special committee, headed by Mr. James
G. Barrett, to take entire charge of the
inauguration ceremonies of Presiduu
Mrs. Martha Swan celebrated her lOOtl
birthday at Lee, Mass., on the 17th inst
She has always claimed to have seei
George Washington in Philadelphia
when she was a child.
Philip D. Armour, before leaving Chi
cago for a trip to Europe, disclosed the
fact that a five-story building he has beei
erecting is to be a public educatiojsrt in
stitute endowed by him with $1,400$ 0.
The pastor of a little Catholic church
at Canton, Minn., claims that cures are
effected by a vision of the Virgin which
is alleged to appear on the glass of a
window. Hundreds are visiting tht
A band of 300 of Garza's follmvors
crossed the Rio Grande near St. Ignacic
and captured the Mexican barracks. Idli
ng a'number of them. Both United
States and Mexican troops are hurrying
to the scene.
A portion of the timbers of Genera!
Benedict Arnold's flagship Congress
ank in October, 1776, in Lake Cliam
i lain has been raised by Captain C. W.
Adams, of West Addison, Vt. The tim
bers are of oak, and are sound.
The body of Patrick Macadury, of
Brooklyn, was found in the hold of the
Anchor Line steamship Bolivia, at Glas
i;ow from New York, imbedded in the
Krain. -He mysteriously disappeared
diile lor d.ng the vessel at New York.
Three barge men, whose barge loaded
with fifty tons of stone had floated per
ilously near the brink of the cataract at
Niagara Falls, but had grounded on a
rock, were rescued from their dangerous
position by three young men in a row
boat connected with the shore by a large
TREATMENT OF NERVOUS 6IRLS.
Encourage Contact with Strong Mind
by Means of Literature and History.
According to DnLouise Fiske Brf
son nervous girls are) those born with
an unstable nervoussystem, those who
have what is known as the" insane tem
perament, yet who may never become
insane, and those who suffer from some
definite form of nervous disease.
Doomed throughout life to inevitable
periods of disablement and constant in
terruptions in continuity, their early
education, to be practical, must lie in
directions of universal interest that will
last a lifetime and will endure when
everything else fails or is outgrown.
Of these permanent interests gen
eral literature stands first. A love of
good books is one of the highest source.
of human enjoyment, for through them
chiefly is contact with superior minds
made possible. Another interest that
lasts always and should accompany the
study and delight of general literature
is history, the most important thing for
a woman to know, so the French say.
It is the record of deeds that have made
civilization possible, an account of gov
ernments, customs, religious beliefs, of
the progress of industry, art, intellect
and morality. History, when properly
presented, breaks down prejudices,
does away with intolerances, leaves the
mind open to conviction, teaohes it to
suspend judgment and interprets pres
ent events according to the world's past,
experience. Social economics comes
next to history and literature in impor
tance. These three may be taken in
their elemental forms at the same time,
the horizon of each widening as years
Social, economics embraces practical
politics, and a knowledge of the funda-"
mental principles of government. The
way in which a woman can bring her
influence to bear upon the State is by
assisting to develop .the social condition
of the people. Without, therefore,
ever having a vote, or even desiring a
vote, women can effect a radical change
in politics by transforming the social
condition of those who cast the vote.
Every improved household means an
improved vote. Somewhere between
history, general literature and social
economics, in point of value, stands
science, which concerns all mankind
for all time. Perhaps the most availa
ble and practical branch that a girl can
take up is botany, presented in the
right way, by making the acquaintance
of plants out of doors, instead of look
ing at pictures of their skeletons in
"To know the secret of a weed's plain
heart" is to be rich in resource and
proof against some of the slings and
iutows of an outrageous fortune that
compels too often the unoffending ner
vous girl to suspend the willingly un
dertaken tasks of every-day life.
The best thing that can happen to a
nervous girl to be liked. Placed
Outside the oombat frequently and un
expectedly, on aocount of lack of 'phys
ical strength, it is a fortune to her more
than to another to have warm friends
whose sympathy and interest are never
failing. Hence it is the first duty ol
the guardian of any such child to instill
into its mind the spirit of self-denial
that has for its outcome graces oi
speech and movement, silence and self
command, pure tones and distinct ut
terances, together with tact ,and
good spirits. The constant effort nec
essary to be cheerful -end sympathetic,
in spite of physical weakness, lessens
introspection and mental indolence,
and rouses activities of mind that might
otherwise remain dormant. To please
and uo pleased, if early taught, remains
a fixed habit in spite of vicissitude and
change. It is a social custom expres
sive of a high order of self-control, a
fashion that is never out of date.
Fertile Alaska. "
The nature of the whole land can. be
roughly divided into three conditions ;
snow and ice fields bury the coast-range
and choke up every hollow ; to the im
mediate north the valleys are rocky aud
barren, but the vast interior beyond is
richly clothed in luxuriant vegetation.
Scientific authorities theoretically map
ped out giant ice-fields as spreading
over the entire laud from the Fair
weather and Mount St. Elias ranges
north almost to the valley of the Yukon.
Colossal heights mantled in never
melting snows tower thousands of feet
in the air, but within the shadow of
these mighty uplands, in the sheltered
hollows beneath, lie immense valleys
carpeted in richest grasses, and grace
fully tinted with wild flowers. Here in
the summer a genial clime is found,
where strawberries and other wild fruits
ripen to luxuriance, where there are
four and a half months of 6uminer and
soven and a half of winter. In Juno
and July the sun is lost below the hori
zon only for a few hours, and the tem
perature, though ohilly at night, has an
average of sixty-five degrees in the day
time. E. J. Glave, in Century,
Tlie New Overseer.
In slavery times the overseer wns
treated with but little more considera
tion than the slave. Majou Cuthbert,
who had just engaged a new overseer,
was a very arrogant man. The new
ovarseer rueetincr tlm nld nrorspni- om'l .
"They tell me the major is a might v
hard man to get along with.
"Not a bit. When he cusses yon,
yon jnst cuss him baok.v
Shortly after, the new overseer was
riding along, and he met the major or
"Get down,"- said the major, "and
open that gate for me."
"D you, open it yourself," said
the new overseer.
The major did get down, and the
new overseer was laid up for a week.
The next time he met his friend, he
"I thought you told me all I had to
do was to cuss the major back?"
"You blamed fool," said the othei
man, "I didn't tell vou to let him hear
"LltfCOLN IS KJLUD."
A Striking Incident In Mid-Ocean After the
Early one morning the mate was
startled by the cry from aloft, "Black
smoke ahead, sir ! A big steamer stand
ing to the southward 1"
The captain was' called and in a trice
bouueed on deck, where, applying tho
glass to his eye, he took a long look at
the stranger who had pushed so sud
denly out of ihe early mist hanging low
uuon the horizon. Whatever her char
acter, we had but little chance to escipe
if she had rifled guns. Many a glance
of apprehension was directed toward
the somber hull and pair of sloping
smokestacks with the twirling smoke
trending far astern.
"Show him our colors, sir ! Bend on
the ensign ; we may as well be hanged
for a sheep as a lamb. If that follow
is a rebel the sooner we know it tho
better!" exclaimed the captain some
what excitedly to the mate.
It was close upon six bells (7 o'clock)
when the steamer reveuled her nation
ality. We fairly yelled when the blood
red cross of St. George danced up aloft
from the steamer's signal yards. She
was evidently a troop-ship bound for
the cape, a trifle out of her course, but
we did not stop to consider that. She
was too far distant to speak, but, in
obedience to a gesture from the cap
tain, the mate emptied a bag of gaily
colored signals on deck, and the boys
were called aft to man the halyardx
and lend a hand to bend on the- magic
flags. Upward fluttered the parti
colored bits of bunting, glasses were
leveled and breathless expectancy
marked the sunburnt features ofthe
clipper's crew, for the inquiry flying
from our inizzen-royal-mast was,
"What news of the American war-?"
The flash of foam cast up by the
huge propeller greeted our strained
vision, the great steamer glided onward,
but no responsive signals gladdened the
anxious hearts of those yearning to hear
news from home. With a pasnionatt
exclamation of disappointment the cap
tain closed the joints of his long glusf
with a savage snap, saying, as he
turned away : "He hasn't our code.
It's no use."
"Look at that!" suddenly exclaimed
the mate, pointing. "What is he going
to do ?"
" He is coming about," shouted the
captain, his bronzed features fairly pal
ing j; " can it be possible he has played
us a trick and is the Alabama ? Stand
by, all hands, for "
A deep blast of the steam whistle
rumbled over the flashing waters, fol
lowed by a number of quick toots as
the steamer ranged to leew'ard ; then an
expanse of white canvas was lowered
over the side, '.Glasses were directed
upon thajjjbrfgut patcfHmidships, upon
wMefTdark lines could beaisceraed with
the nifked eye. The glass showed these
"I have it 1" shouted the captain leap
ing 'excitedly into the rigging. "Spread
the news fore and aft I It says : The
American conflict is over. Davis a
fugitive' and what's that? Heavens,
no yes 'Lincoln is killed.'
"Strike the colors half mast, sir,'
continued the captain to the mate in s
subdued tone, then he added : " Hoist
the signal 'thank you,' to the steamer.
At that moment the rich, full tones of
a regimental band were wafted aoros
vua iieuvmg sweiis, ana many an err.
glistened with emotion as the well-
known strains of "Hail Columbia" were
faintly heard. The steamer slowly fel
off and resumed her course, while, as i!
actuated by one impulse, officers and
men sprang into the weather rigging
giving three times three and waving
their hats in return for the kindness oi
the courteous Englishmen. The stars,
and stripes were dipped three timen,
the hoarse whistle rang out in return,
the "meteor flag" slowly and majestic
ally returned the salute and the greet
ing in mid-ocean was over.
"The commander of that craft is
gentleman every inch of him," was
the admiring remark of the mate as he
glanced astern at the fast-fading trooji
ahip. St. Nicholas.
The Domes Lie Problem.
The humorous publications stillkeep
up the joke about the modern girl's ig
norance of cooking and housekeeping,
but, actually, this wit has become
pointless. The standard of housekeep
ing and the science of cooking wer
never higher nor better understood than
now, and it is the young women who
are stepping in to relieve mothers of
long-borne burdens, and, in fact, show
them how much better they can be
borne. Said a mother the other day,
and she is one of several who has been
heard recently speaking in the same
"Edith is delightfully taking from mo
the domestic problem. , I have time for
everything nowadays. I've thought
myself always a capable manager, but
she does better than I ever did. She
has trained our one maid to a degree of
efficiency I should never have hoped
for. She markets to better advantage
and more appetizing, and, best of all
rinds none of the routine a drudgery."
Instead of failures and drones in the
domestic hive, this generation of
healthy, well taught girls are splendid
helpful embodiments of that all-round
development of the nineteenth century
which permits them to toss a salad,
make a bonnet, or discuss the tariff
with equal ease.
A Chilly Time.
When girls get together they will say
things. One of them was telling of a
"buckboard party" in which she had
participated. "And when we got back,"
aid she, "we were chilled through. So
while the boys took a smoke we sat and
nuggea tne stove.
"Well !" exclaimed the girl with the
big blue eyes, "I think you might have
hugged the boys and let the Btove do
the smoking." Indianapolis Journal.
Time heals all things ; but it does not
neal a pair of boots.
I Tli K. CJiark,
&EAXSSTATS AMD LOAM
F Street, N. W.,
W ASHISQTOW, D. C 9
to BDdadverti6e n
THE INDUSTRIAL BU1L' -UTG
AND SAVING 'CO.
LoaDS money to boy or bail
tomes. Shares $1 each, psyabb
monthly. Dividends declared ev
ry .January. Secretary's offici:
609 F ar., n. w. Open 9 a. m i
p. m. Monthly meetings at Ln
In Memorial Church, cor. 11-1
d R sta.. n. w , first Moudav -J
iuht in every raontb.
IJbney E. Bakek,
vdvertime in the Bee.
Kooms with Board: In
i88 house and in a popular
it the city.:(Jare pass the
Ve havebpn cattine right and left
to our OVERCOAr SALE ever
"ee we have put tbem before the
uhlic For the season, that the
mIph and Qaalilies of tnpue Over-
aTM cannot be purchawed at -the
i ami factoring price for what we
selling them at. Don't mit-s
i slaughtering wale, aa there is
ly a small lot left.
veutb at:d L Streets, n. w.
tsta&lisued Fifty-five Years. '
LATEST 4 m&QS9
3 East 16lh Street, New Xorh CUy.
UT FROM THE MANTTFACTTJBEB AND 8AVB
50 PEB CENT.
'hwe rianos are made from the beat material.
' ...in ,ho be,t manner, and beuur in ovarr
Vrw'S"' ?nd f,""-c,m hive been awSdS
..Kfvi 1 re"',,"n -where er exhtbitedfor thelist
irty Year. Etervninnnm a...-. M.i ;,
d .flvudJVB trial allowed thatituay bethoronahJv
I jouraelf and friends before payinir for
it the prices and vend for DescrltUre
before buying: eibewhere.
o. 1, Upright or Squire, $230, worth $400
. " " S60, " 600
'3' " " 890, 600
ALL 1 ' -l OCT "VS.
r . ?-Dewer tnan e,Iert nd "how. in thehaaJa
mmmC?? Ootaxo, ceo p
fflHtflf fWt m
buy vou home is th
OITT OBOWIB. -
o cts. wa TTlM
riie first opp'unitT offerVYp
iloied people to secure HomeJ i
n Weekly payments oi o? cent-
week or Two Dollars per moot 1 Te-i or
1111 JTS HI SUE. 1ull
k the city of Bowie, 8Ute o: examiLe
arvlaud Onlj 20 minutes rich
roiu Washington. Doable tract,
.2 trains atop daily. Fare to andreet.
m Washington, only Six cents
) commutation ticket. The juoc- . ..
un ot the .Baltimore andPoto-,,, vtl
,ac and Pupe Grek BJilroad,:Hor v.
. elegraph aud Express office. H. Lip?.
he beat depot on the Baltimore
nd Pot ralroad. Store. ;
n arches anu hools already built, r t
he most healthful spot intheii
State of Maryland. Titla to DroD-
erty perfect. No Taxes, and pur
chasers of lots will receive their
lends, with certificate of -title
Tsbms ob Purchase: Five dol
lars cash and two dollara per
month, with no . interest. Half
cash, 10 percent discount; all cash
20 per cent discount.
Money will be .advanced to par
ties dearin? to build. v
j before his purchase is completed.
a uecu iu tuu win d given to ma
widow, if the property has been
improved. if not. the amount
ilreadv paid will be returned her
The above presents an ODDortn.
nity never before offered the Col
ored people of the city of Wash
ington to secure a valuable lot,
either as an investment or for a
home on monthly payments, and
at the same time, entitled them
to a vote and a voice in the Gov
ernniet t of the country.
Those who apply first, will have
the first choice of lots.
Already many have made theii
homes in the "(Jity of Bowie,
and hits purchased on the above
itrma should duui.le in value with
in the next rix nionthh
For further information apply to
W. Calvin Chase, Agent,
H09I 8.,D. w
or CAMPBELL CAKRfJSGT( B
Cwner, 505 D St., n. w.,
W ashington, D. C
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