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THK DAILY CA1U0 HULLKTIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
THE DAILY BUIJiETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OK CITY AND COUNTY
Tn Iuilniana tho eenmn exhibit 47S
Chim-i'. M9 Indians nml half-breeds, 8
lnilM'liiiiDsc, 1 West Indian, nnd 1 East
Ono million seven linndiod and thir-1y-niim
UioiimiihI cirht Imndred and
K('vcnlv-tv(i tons of coal wore shimx-d
from 'llu- I'l.'Mili.ild, l'a., region List
Them were iiflv-fivp snvinps banks in
Maine last, yeiirtho depo.siu in which
innvaMMl .'.ttiK.IKH nfjainst. a decrease,
of )i'lsii,;;tU! in 1879 and !f;l,72ft,3JO in
A curious accident hftpjienod to a lo
comotive near Kutland, Vt., ono of its
driving wheels liecoming loose and roll
ing down an embankment. No damage
va done, nml by disconnecting that
side tho engine, was able to go on.
The famous collector of fossils, Trof.
Henry A. Ward, of Rochester, has
started for Australia bv way of tho
the Southern Tacitic railroad, for the
purpose of obtaining material for tho
Agassi. Musuem of Natural History,
nt Cambridge, Mass.
The life of Isaac Hutt, l'arncl.'s pre
decessor as the leader of the Irish peo
ple, is to be written by a member of
Parliament, and Mr. Butt's papers have
been placed in his hands for that pur
pose. During the year 18S0 there were
twenty-four homicides in Philadelphia.
Of these two were poisoned, four died
from gun-shot wounds, eight from
blows, live from knife-wounds, four
from criminal practice, and one man's
death was caused by his being thrown
down while fighting.
II. H Warner, founder of the Roch
ester (N. YO observatory, offers a prize
of $'M) in gold for the discovery of ev
ery comet to be unexpected and tele
scopic, exceptingonly the comet of 1812,
which is expected to reappear during
the coming year. The offer expires
Jan. 1. 1882.
On Christinas eve the live principal
night restaurants at Paris entertained
4.r2 parties, for which they received 1.5,
926 francs. On the boulevards and iu
the streets the same night there wero
sixty carriage accidents, !)18 drunken
peoplo were run in," twenty-nine chil
dren wero lost and found by tho police.
During 1880 about 322,000 gallons of
brandy in wood and 16,000 cases in bot
tles were imported into the United
States against about 269,000 gallons
and 22,oi)0 cases in 1879. Of chnra
pagno.about 21.5, 0( K) eases were imported
in 1880, as against about 160,000 during
tho preceding year. There was, how
ever, a slight falling off in the importa
tion of clarets last year.
Ivan Petraru, now under arrest for
the attempted assassination of M. Rra
tiano, President of Roumania, is a man
of 30 or 3,5 years of age. He is strong
ly built, has a full black beard, and is
not bad looking. In 1817 he was head
master of a college in Bucharest. One
day he absconded with the salaries of
the other masters, deserting at the same
time his wife and children.
Tho Colossus and Majestic, the latest
type of English turret ships, the build
ing of which' the Admiralty have ordered
to be advanced as fast as possible, are,
roughly speaking, reproductions of the
Inflexible on a smaller scale, but will
each be as effective for offensive and de
fensive purposes as she is, although
their guns will be only about half the
weight of hers, forty-ton breech-loaders
having been proved to be almost us
murderous in their powers as eighty-ton
A writer in the (lentlemen's Maga
yitiu tells the people of ljtuloii that if a
single shock of earthquake, such as was
fell at Agratn, should occur at the me
tropolis, it would entail a frightful ca
lamity upon hundred of thousands of
families now residing in desirable
residences" of the very flimsiest charac
ter, only one brick thick. He estimates
that a single shock would kill half a
million people, and shows that, accord
ing to high geological authority, Eng
land must in time, past have been fear
A reckless but ingenious Bohemian
has fled riotously from Philadelphia af
ter posting an inoffensive young man in
Mount Vernon street as the heir to an
estate of . I.iioo.ihxi left bv a cattle king,
in Australia, Mihsiitutiug a corn report
for the Bibie, on which witnesses are
sworn at thcCentral Station in order to
screen a man from perjury, loading a
fruit steamer with munitions of war for
the Cuban insurgents, and palming off
upon tho local j tress many other un
wholesome lict ions of a disordered fancy.
They had a charivari festival near
San Diego, in Southern California, nt
which tho Mexicans and half-breed
Spaniards of that region had a high
time. After imbibing largely of mescal,
a favorite and rather enlivening bever
age, they brought out a long unused
.Spanish cannon, dubltcd El Jnnf.r,
loaded it with giant powder, stones and
other ammunition of a miscellaneous
character, and tired it off. It burst, and
nearly everyone in the crowd was nioro
or less injureil. One is reported to have
been killed nut right.
Ijord Randolph Churchill, a growing
English pol'uii-ian. years ago married
Miss Jerome, the daughter of one of tho
New York Jeromes, current and mali
cious New York gossip Haing that, in
addition to making over the Union
League clult-house to his daughter. Je
rome pere agreed not to visit his daugh
ter in England. The Umlon World
now announces that another of his
daughters, Miss Clara Jerome, is to
marry Morton Kewen, of Derbyshire, a
great traveler, who has paid a number
of visits to this country.
A writer in Eiijino devotes an article
to what he calls J.rx Momlaiiieit-cnnttit,
ricct, or ladies of rank, who aro more
than amnlcur singers. In the lirst rank
lie places tho sister of tho Maniuis du
Caux, the Countess do Beciilot, who has
a reruarkablo soprano voice. Then fol
lowing tho Countess do Beauhnrnais, nee
Skobolcff, married to tho (irand Duke
de Iuchtemberg; Mine, l'uchs, Mm a.
Reno Briee, nrn Cnniilo Doticet; Mnio.
Eugene llariloff, Mmo. d Roy, and
Mine. Coruadaki. that Russian beauty
about whom it is fashionable to go into
Lady Florence Dixy thus describes
an ostrich hunt in Patagonia:
"Choo! rhoo! Plata!" I cry to the dog
who followed at my horse's heels, as a
lino nialo ostrich scudded away toward
the hills wo hail just left with I ho speed
of lightning. Hut the ostrich suddenly
doubles to tho left, and commences a
hurried descent. Tho cause is soon ex
plained, for in the, direction toward
which he tins been making a gH'nt
cloud of smoke rises menacingly in his
path, and, balked of tho refuge iio hail
hoped to find amid the hills, tho great
bird is forced to alter his course, and
make swiftly for tho plains below. But
swiftly as ho Hies along, so does Plata,
who finds a down-hill race much nioro
suited to his splendid shoulders and
Foot by foot he lessens the distance,
that separates him from his prey, and
nearer and nearer to the fast-sinking,
fast-tiring bird. Away wo go helter
skelter down the hill. Plata is along
side tho ostrich, and gathers himself
for a spring at the bird's throat. "He
has him, he has him!" I shout to (Ire
gorio, who docs not reply, but urges bis
horso on with whip and spur. '-Has hn
got him, though?" Yes-no-tho
ostrich with a rapid twist has shot some
thirty yards ahead of his enemy, and,
whirling round, makes for tho bills
once more. And now begins tho strug
gle for victory. Tho ostrich has de
cidedly the best of it, for Plata, though
he struggles ganvly, does not like the
uphill work, and n't. every strido loses
"Can he stay?" I cry to Oregorio,
who smiles and nods his head. He is
right, the dog can stay; for hardly have
the words left, my lips when, with a tre
mendous elfort. lie puts on a spurt, and
races up alongside the ostrich. Onco
more tho bird points for the plain; ho
is beginning to falter, but. he is great
and strong, and lie is not betrayed yet.
. . . . Unconscious of anything
but the exciting chase before me, 1 am
suddenly disagreeably reminded that
there is such a thing as caution, and the
necessity to look where you are going
to, for, putting his foot iii an unusually
deep tuca-tuca hole, my Utile horse
comes with a crash upon his head, and
turns completely over on his back,
burying me beneath him in a hopeless
Fortunately, beyond a shaking, I am
unhurt, and remounting, endeavor to
rejoin the now somewhat distant, chase.
Tho ostrich, (iregorio, and 'the dog
have reached the plain, and as I gallop
ijuickly down the hill I can see that the
bird has begun noultling. I ins is a
sure sign of fatigue, and shows that tho
ostrich's strength is beginning to fail
him. Away across the plain the two
animals fly, while Gregorio and I press
eagerly in their wake. Suddenly tho
stride of the bird grows slower, bis
doubles become more frequent, showers
of feathers fly in every direction as
Plata seizes hiiii by the tail, which conies
away in his mouth. In another mo
ment tho dug has him by the throat,
ami for a few minutes nothing can bo
distinguished but a gray struggling
Matrimonial Chances in Paris.
All marriages are not made in
heaven. Many must bo made down
here upon earth by the multitudes of
matrimonial agents who pull' them
selves and their merchandise in the ad
vertising colunis. Some of the persons
must do a roaring trade, for as you
drive up the hill at St. Cloud you pass
by a sumptuous villa which has been
reared by riveting hymeneal bonds.
One of these agents advertises a "(irand
Clioix do Veuves" a "large selection
of widows" on hand, with large
stocks of maidens with dowries
varying from 'Jnii.OOO francs to iniyiy
millions. One has a girl of 18, with
12,KK),00i) of francs for her dower.
Many others are in the market who
have,00O,0ii0 to lO.OOO.ooO of francs
down. "Why don't the men propose?"
was a famous hong much sung iu our
younger days. Why, indeed it may be
asked, when such fortunes go begging?
His Solemn Warning.
Wall Slrrd ttiiil v New .
"Yaas, there's money made in stocks,
no doubt." said the old man, as be
removed his hat and ran his lingers
through bis gray hair locks, "but it's a
reesky biztiess; it'sstilhin' like lu lling
on wliar lightning's going to strike,
with tho odds in favor of hitting thn
tree von stand under."
"Then you never speculate?"
"Never. I dig along the old farm,
takin' one crop with another, and pull
ing out .stunt) s when I've nothing else
to do; and if I don't make any great
shakes, I haven't anything to worry
over. I bed a purty solemn warning
during the coal ile excitement, and it
cured me o' .'peeulatin.'"
"I low was that:'"
"Waal, I w;is a widower then; wife
fell down the well and was rlrawed out
as stiff as a poker. I had a big farm,
lots of stock, and was called purty
solid. We all got excited about ile, and
all of us dug more or less holes in search
of the stuff. All of a sudden a widder
living about two miles from mo found
ile in a dozen places on her farm. She
was a widder with a bad nose, freckles
all over her face, eyes on the squint,
and built up like a camel. But when
she struck ile that was adilferenl thing.
Old Deacon Spooner, who was a wid
ower, got mashed right away. Our
preacher, who had lost his third wife,
saw tho spec. I thought it over nml
concluded shn was an angel. I guess
some six or seven of ns begun cotirlin'
that widder within sixteen hours lifter
tho first sight of ile, I know the pro
cession reached from tho gate lo tho
"And you got her?"
"Not much 1 didn't, and that's what
I'm thankful for. Somehow or other
1 couldn't work up the p'int. That
nose kinderstood in tho way every time
1 was ready to pop the question. Sho
acted like she wanted me, but Deacon
Spooner got the best of till of us and
they made a hitch."
"Nothing, except she hail dosed that
farm with a barrel of ile, and thus got
a husband fr mH,,t IU1( (v 7r
her five children. YV1(,n Ul0 nws (.llln(,
out I was so ei, U (ho iHu khc.llQ
hat they bad to kiver mo tip with a
hoss blanket, and lue that, time I
haven t had the nervo to bv ftt
seven cents a dozen ami hold'emlor ft
No ('tire no Pay.
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Since this time I have been continually
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