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DAILY CITIZEN SUPPLEMENT SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1890.
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SHE BET AND WON.
Experience of Two Gotham
Girls at the Race Track.
THEIK PRELIMINARY TRIALS.
Among Thmu Were Heat, a Perfldluua
Friend mill a Plareapootful Caboiun.
rrom the (Irand Stand They Saw Uorry
Wall' Troiiu.ni end Soma Ouod Raolng.
Copyright merloaji Vnm Aaaoclatum.
This 1 tho "tlino of your when, fludlng
It too sultry to do hor snooping or ja-oroo-nadlng
or uvun to stop at homo In a ilfrk
ened room with a pnhnloof fan, tho Intuit
novel ami a pltuhur of olurot pun oh, tho
ronng !.'w York woawu says to horaelfi
I think I will (jo to tho races." So alio
puts on her most (etching frock uud acta
A nol SK tlHNowfl-:tl KiK WUisU'tNO.
out for the npiirt ineiit nf ut ilemwt wo
ninn fricmL SUc Is ut once shown Into the
dainty l;d room when- her friend stand
before her luce drain"! toilet table covered
with fut ptiic.ushiou nod ailvcr brushes
and things, put 1 1 1 in the taiwdcr on her
saucy little nose, but stopping lotigonougfi
to Inform the iimvcoinor th:4t she In a bins
lists Ml' it for going i'l that she will wish
aho were du.'i.l Isfore she reaches the grand
llnwever, as the young wmiinu persists
In her liifaluutluti the friend arris's to tile
with her. S-i shu rlliuli Into I14T Hiimrt
gmy anttii 1f.1t, her maid ties the small
gray suede sins', iho covertly flirtists her
red vefvet powder rag hito her iss-ki't and
anine money In her pur-', and states that
alio 1m now tvuily to le gri!lwl alive.
They wet ilow.ioiie IV';!it of stairs. "(Jiswl
gracious! I've forgotten the tH-kcti," and
btu'k she gisjs to the f"t of the ntalr Valid
lift up hor voice for the bitsof pastclsKinl
which will grive them a private box among
the swell und the upcm is.ulre jicoplc, in
stead of sitting lank with the "vulgni
Another start. "Ye glsl how burning
I ahnll roust. I must have a fun." Ituck
agtdu, and the little woman, tiiiiioiiiirlng
that proluiMy there Isn't a home In tirtvn
ao renowned fur whooping, yella up the
si ai re for her big Ida. k fan. llou-u It
comes In tin small itiuids pt retched to
receive It, and iftHV more tlsay set uitt. This
time k la not it false ..tart. Tliey IsmriJ a
boiilcvaM our, fur they iuit -t lit the
Grand Cent ml dut f'sr an im!iil fo
male who ha misunderstood illccir.ii
and who hiu telerapheil bhe will nwet
, them there at I :..).
j' lint shell. U' t then', t f iiuirwisit. Who
ever knev a woninn taiU. at u lam nt 11
Sivrn tlnief They mih rhnmnh the un-at
iot lHikitli( M'ihllyillMWid f,f lilieM-aped
reiiiaie; ttiey lai Kie Hie unar.i aim ik 11
they huve Men a wnnain lu a mauve gown
with a htirk laee I1.1t. The iiiuii grin .liii'p
Islily and any "N ," nml nt it la now I
o'clock they 1 ,,ln lieietli.it the tlilr.l wntuiin
uuif ye to tl i tl.-mnltion Ihwwiwk, itml
oKOB more turn their faivs fowanl the
Third Avenue I'levati-l -i.il mu. A whirl
tip to llarletu iiii'l then, as they ilese.n.1
rheatulm, they are inrp.iuiiUl liy the li'irk
'liievrs, w ho lsix i""i '--.Hi:h f,,r the liaw
tlmaJilc privilege if di ivln them irter to
Ittawenk motiinit they yield to their
iilnmlUatueiit and tUt.ti to lheoieeof
rtie obanner. "A ipianer.ipUse.H says the
man In shirt sl.-evi who n-ists them Into
tba mnisliaekly oi l nrk In whieh they nre
to make tin Ir trliiui,liiJ pmxnM. "WiJI,
srby don't you start " liny ask the ttrlter,
ifter wailing vainly live minute for a
"W want to gi't two murv, mum."
"Navrr nilii'l two more. We'ro In a
liurry. (!o on. "
"Ost you a half dollar aiifi-c then," h,1
narla. hot are they to dof He cheated
and Imiswil u;hiii lu (his fashion? Never.
lHaa,hlil Ix'lls at the thniiuhL,nnil seeJns
a nent hansom npproaehlng they signal .'t,
and amid a 'rbsi. voile)' of yells, curses
and expos! illation, tin y disihtlnfully leave
th "bnneii'liu" nml drive proudly nwny In
tho call, viiin ns H-neo'k 1o think they
bava outwlttvd a h,u k driver.
HOT 10 IIK Dt'l.LIKII lir A f.MlllV.
f Crossing llarlrtn bridge and noting the
Mowd that la going up In the train, our
tjrl'e bead alnka aod she decldm to drive
tbm providing the driver ibssi net (hmiasd
week' ayiury for the luxury. For a
wonder, doubt leas beoagae ehodeaerUHl the
enemy and came over to hla aide, be te fn-
mm .7a m w 1 1 k rx r
Iinmcnso stock White und Decorated Dinner, Ten and Toilet Sets, in Stone China,
Cutlery und Silvcr-Platcd Ware. I will duplicnto tho prices of Northern houses, both at
buy, WE C!.AriVl TO CARRY ONE OF
cllncd not to usk hur a sum quito.f.-iniil to
tho uutlomil deht, ao pp.wiaitly tlu two uro
bowling aluuy a lovely suuutry road where
thetruo.H meet overhead audths ptnigeut
odor of the piuea atonla frum the woods
and God's own sky cuu bo seen uuev more.
At hint the grand, atund, guy with flaga,
looms up beforu them aiiil;nllghtlug from
the hunsom they lire seized by a stout dnr
ky and vigoiously brushed ulthough tfiere
Isn't a sHH:k of (lust on their fresh toi
let. ;v up thut niugnllkent prome
Dade and ilowu tho stnlra through a Mhotit
lug crowd to their box. Tluw may think
this ovation Is for them, hut It isn't, A rue
la Just finished and tjie ar-arlet Jockey if
clinging to the neek.of his hnrsons hi
apeeds htm hoine, und a pnmiliient mink
opera stur in the Isix next theirs hi oihui
Ing bar mouth wider than she evw dlilon
tuO atngb us she seen Iter fuvorltu win.
Look uboutl Tii after tier of faeevs,
crowded boxes and a vast army of men
dowu tx'low on the turf, lliindsoine wotu
eu, well kuown women, women of the
masses and women of the half world. There
la Hoslua Vokes yonder smiling 'down at
her huslmud, who atulks about with two
friends, looking exceedingly happy. "1
don't think Borry Wull Is iu.h a very well
dressed lunu," ail) a little woniiin nent
by. "Sir how orumpled hlstrousuw aret"
and looking down nji the kltiK of thedudoe
our girl houwtly thinks thuru uro huu
(irvils of men present who ure butlet
Lisik at t his crowd of comedians and
singers in the next box. T lie star who has
Just won wears u pink gown which Is
andly titilieeomlug. The girl next her
looks ns if she bud Just sU-prs'tl out of a
kitchen and another Is 11s dark n the
qneeu of spades. How illilereiit from the
b'Hiris of the night before, when these
dazzling 1 rent tires turned the heads of hall
the old rlmppien In town. On the other
side sits a hatiitsoiiif snowy haltvtt, Mack
eyed man, 11 well kuown broker, und our
xirl smiles wickedly 11s iic reuieiuln rs the
story of one of his escapades at tho sen
shore. The nhou y unman with him Is not
his wife, but the wife of his friend.
See the Korneous raiment of that wouunn
yoiiiU r. SMmou lu all his giory would
I tiothin;; besiile her, while the Iswt
dtvxscit wotuaii pn.-sent, 11s far as our girl
win see, l one w ho wears a dove gray cloth
gown and gray tulle bonnet, with 11 clusUT
of viulets nestll'ig lu its tlulTy fohla. On
lK-r shaiH-ly breast Is a knot of Yjolcts, and
she dulnt ily holil a gmy silk wrnanl by Its
"See my ris ing hniulkcrchlcf," snys n
little woman displaying a lllmy infiilr ein
broldcnsl lu det-pjus of Jis-kev cijjis, whljs
atsl liorscsliis'. IMiu woiuaii luis lierwhlle
walstinat cmbrolilind lu senrht horse
shoes, and she Ioi&h dreadfully horsey.
Now they go down stalls for liint-hiHiii,
where uiialii they w many types of wom
en. Tlu'ln Is the woman In her Is-st black
silk. She'loiJvs thorounhly iineonifortn
I ile, uss'ie oiiitht. Then' Is the woman who
stares. .Hie cannot eat for storing nt her
neluhliors. hue twists her neek nearly of)
trying to ws' wlial the hhiiiIc at the next
table are pay I iik for their luncheon. Wie
is so feailul that sometliliig will getaway
HlVStVU KItt-r WMII It.
that Is-tit's'ii her wobbling her iKiulHon In
trreat h.-u-te so as t.i in tin time anil her
gawking alioiit the risim she is llnhssl n
llert comes the ojs.ra IsmtTe quis-n. She
onlers the liiiicheoti for het- cnnnl, ns hV
tn very Hush Just now. Then- In 11 royal
spread over youib-r for the broker slid hi-,
friend. A woimiu g's out looking very
llllshisl In the faci.,nil'l Jokes with olleof the
wnlters m she passea hlui. There Is an lu
terestlnn trio- two well known iiewspas'r
women uttd a briuht niiin, a titnuiizluf
waiter. They are more luten-stasl In their
work than In the succs, ntid as theydiscns
tbelr sherry cobblers mat i Ins. of talk
alsiitt "copy," "stuff" and "publishers"
limit to our Klrl's curs.
I'pstnlrs again Mr the Dual race. Slu'
baa liiel a tip frum a wiiiau who in 11 pick
out the winning horse like any old timer,
atal who won last summer nt Mara
toga and who naively cotitessci Hint If she
were a mail she would Is.' an out and out
gambler. Si our girl bucks tint horse
from the west. She can't are very wvll
during that List net, tlie dust or some
thliM else Is lit lillmls her eyein Isit nt
last, wit h a great intiinlliig of her heart,
alieatsw tlie violet Jockey shoot nliend anil
knows she Is several dollars richer than
when she came.
"A bird In 1k hand," she thinks, as she
K's-s towanl Imt carrl iu'ii. Clio diss not s
Hcve sue will try it again, big sliewlll. Own
tasted the Joys of Is'tting i-aliliot be font
gone by a womiiu. As thu crowd sways
and pushes n roil ml her she levies one of the
ni-wspms-r women say "I n-.ly isn't .
w hy women don't Isannie J's-keys. They'vo
trM everything but that, and I think thnt
will bu the next fail."
KbITil tfKssluN's TlTHKU.
A Huston (llrl In lloyiil gurlety.
The lkMlon girl Is nntisl in many warn
for learning, self reliance ami other vul
liable trulls. Klisa llcindcr wasaunrlre
Of thu Hub, thu daughter of a ssir tullor.
Klui wns also an usira singer with many
porannal attrai'tion. Ismi Fernando, the
consort of Queen Maria Delia (llorla of
Portugal, took her under his protection.
Soon after the death of his queen be cni
aUsl the Ilostini girl couiitesa of VAin and
afterward married her. Her huslsmd, be
big sirlglnally a prluco of the house nf
Coburg, tlm Itoattm girl btHinme alsterln
lawto (juecn Victoria, aunt of tno Prince
of VVali-s and the present king nf the list
glana awl tuother-ln law of the rulgulng
king of fiatuguL
Tuyen Kong baa gone Isvk to China
from equatorial Africa with a fortune, lie
worked as a lalxiror, bought gtaxls with
hla wagosnnd sold them to the natives at a
profit. Kong w 11s 0110 of a party of 800 who
were taken to Benogid aome ream ago. All
hla oonipunloifa are ett her dead or destitute.
j CROCKERY AMD GLASSWARE. JJn
BREAKING UP OPIUM DENS.
Tho Work CiulertaUen by 11 Temule Ile
teetlve lu New York
Lin R idclltfa Is tho nom do gui'rro of a
young woman who lias of Into been mak
ing Hfo a bURflen for tlio keepers of aristo
oratio niilum smoking dsns In New York
city. Pretending that she wtut 11 victim of
the pipe Isiblt she striired access to vurious
tiptuwu "Joints" and then furnWieJ con
(leinnatoiy liifui ui.itUiu o the police, who
raided tho places and nrreHtcsl the proprie
tors ainriniiiates. The H-ulolilTo glrTs do
ings caused a great, flutter iunougTf4um
duvutis.w and the ot ler pight one of them
stnu-k her down la a Hji41wn Hiip tudn
agwl to cscapo to a isillce station, where
protection was given hor.
In the course of her career ns 11 detective
Miss hla I'iuiiMiciI tho reporters with sev
eral romantic Inlcs i-i-:iiiiilin' heiM'lf noil
the reasniw why she piiis.iiisls.1 relent Kvaly
the kwis'i's of "l'ijK joints." .Shu related
the sail history of 11 father and la-other
wns'ked mind and Issly by tho habh,
whom s!ie hail sworn to avenge, but the
seartHi lii:ht of Itiipiiry when turned 011
her past revealed the fact that her relatives
un reputable reslilentsi'f lirooklyu, do not
Is-ar the name of I! -.ilolilTe iiml by 110
menus approve of t lie iTle .Mis.s Ida has been
IcniUug lor S.111111 year, lu 11 wont she la
not an avctii:ltig Neiiii sls, Imt a hired em
ploye of the pT'lice deiHirtmeut.
A FEMALE PHILANTHROPIST,
Nlie Hits Mav.sl Many a I'erson
The vi.soner's frU-iid.
That is the title which Mrs. Dmc-aine
S'halVm r, of New Yerk eity, has galntsl
Iss'uuseof her six years' work on In-half
of licelis,sl persons
w ho HIV pellllilts.
Kvery dai' she vis-
I Its the Tombs, and
' once a tiotith she
j gis-s to Mug Sing
J acnlvlitlM for cases
where siwer mid
I opportunity time
j comh':tcd In 1111 ef
fort to crush the
weak, the uiilor
I tliuate or the ep-
pressisl. Since 1111
dertakiiig hur self
Tsssniie surety for
hundred, ol shi- IV1''
pie, aint only i-'ic jji V
has vlolnted her
"jniiiplng" his t" It.MISKIL
Uiil. Xearfy nil the ktsohs whose causes
were ndvis'iit cd by her have Is-cn ncipiltteiL
Their l,.il eH-ns-4 alio h is defrayisl out
of her own means.
Mrs. Si lsiirner Is tlie wife of 11 retired
merchant, uud h:u nil elegant home on
West l-'iltktli stns-t. Iiat. tho comfort of 1
domesticity have lu a large degree keen
siu-riltissl bv her that she might devote I
time. Intelligence mi l motley f.i seeuriia; ,
the proper ends of just 1, a j
PLUNDERED THE FREIGHT TRAINS.
A Mini Whose Nerve I'litl.-d lllin Xow In
I iisl..,ly. J
He stole ."A,' worth of goods within!
the short space of ajre.u-. j
This Is the record which railway (illicltd 1
and delis'tlviw clalui h.is Iss-n made by I
,loii.o F.. Hutch
lns.iit, fortncrly Q
yard Kuiichmnn 1
of the 1 leaver and
Hiu ttr.-unle mil- I
way lit SI iila, Colo. !
I'or mniiiliH the I
po 1-1 at luu coin
panics hud suf
pangs nml stii al
ary ios-s's lss.'uuse
of thu claliua of
tMitroiis w him
Al.o:.7.o K. lll'Ti-IIIN'MiN (iiHsls hail dlsap-s-ansl
s,n route. All liupilry la-giin lust
winter at lust nanrowed down to the hamlet
I of Sltda. HI tulles west of Denver, where
all rn-lght trains come to a lialts
Tlie piaci' swarmed with ilctqetlvca, who
falhsl lo detect niiytlilng until lliitAlilnson,
whu wns not susjsN-t.sl. Heil. after shipping
two largo tnmks to lsnver. These, on
Is'lug luten-epteil and exiiiulned, provisl to
Is full is" stolen gools, mid In thocelhir of
tlm fugitive's lioiiso was found a great
ouantlty of inenibunilise Is-longlng to do
fraudisl sblpK-rs. After aoma dldlriilty
Hutchinson Was IncnUsl at 11. Isiuis, ar
rested and taken I nick to nnswer for hla
crimes, lie ta but s years of ago and
Knorkril Out liy Wlkl (M-i-se.
Kmm lllandoii, I'll., conies tho tiiir
story of a bull In between blrda and man, III
which the mail uiiiimi out asoond Issst. Ir
win W Dossier, ao tlai tulu gissi, wlillo
Ushlug lu tho.Malilcn creek, was ntlncksd
by two wild gisjsu. Ho waa atnndltig In
tlai middle of the stream when one of the
geeae suddenly flopped Uhju hlin, knockisl
nil hla hat anil sent Ida nsl and line flying
Into the "water. A Hossh-r gnsMssl for hi
lint he rurrtved a blow which almost broke
his arm and sent him sprawling iism bis
backl lie wnilisl out, but luul no atsiuor
rvai'hnl the hank when allot her wild goose
attacktsl him mid dealt hlin such etn-ere
blows that be was romisdlisl to retreat.
He tllially oriiwle.1 up a tree, where be waa
rescued oiiinplvtuly e butinted.
Puvcu year-old Herman Fuller la. badly
handlcappcd.tn the struggle for exiateuce,
lie baa butane leg and uo home. When
found In the hallway of a Now York tene
ment house the other night he said that be
bal IsK-n sleeptpg lu collar ana under
sidewalks for a your. Aatroutcar made
crljiplo of lilm.
For three dsya Mrs. (hsso Mahlii.il, A
Annlsfon, Ala., wua a bride. Thenslsi yaok
liiorphlun nml kllhsl herself. She and bar
husband bud ipiai reled over the misnner of
nniiiiulug thu liirnltiii-o In their new
51, 59 and
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCKS IN THE
SHOT DOWN IN A CAB.
tho Bensiitlmi Which Koeentlr Afltatsd
tlie yeoifle of Muntreal
A fight for a child that culminated In
light for Ufa
MISS. AND M.OIIKNVK COWLEK.
Ill brief that aeems to Is' tho sory of the
nsi'iH Cow-lea shooting iill rny ift Mom real,
an alluir Hurt lacks nffne of the oltmeutsof
III ls;o Kugeno II. Cow lcs, rm of the
proprietor of Tho Cleveland IsiuWr, mar
ried Alice Male, the daughter of a wealthy
Ohio hunker. Tho collide lived happily
until nlsmt live ywirs ago, when Mrs.
Cowlcs Isigiui to susiH'Ct thut her hilslviuil
hwl engaged In an Intrigue. Of this It la
aniilshtlster nn secured alsioluto proof,
hut a reconciliation was brought nlsmt
through the Intervention of tho hiisNuid'a
father, Mr. ICdwin Cowlcs.
l'romlsca of refnrmnt ii m were followisl
hy fresh laiises, mid when Ivdwlu C'tiwlea
illisl he showisl In his w ill the evidence of
mused hy Ills sjin's
conduct, lie left
the young man
only a net Income
of tvi.i'0 from the
estate, but pro
for Kngene'a wife
und child, tlie Int
ter a bright little
girl liameil Flor
ence. The couple
ing to reside ut I 'lcveland und her huslsmd
gnlngto 1skpiirt, N. Y. (til his last vlsitto
Ohio Mr. Cowlcs sicurcd jHissesaton of
Klori'iic" Hinl llcl n It h le r to C'nniuln. He
wna f ill iwisl by his wife and her brother,
Mr. ( .( '. Hale. Tho parties to thu dllll
riilty nu t nt Montreal.
Afu-r isiusiderniile iirgiiment Mr. Om-les
agns'd to show w here he hud concealed his
duiight. r, mid the three entered a cab. Ae
It rollisi along the street passers by were
stnrtlcd by u shot, u woniun's shriek uud a
struggls. lit lo Is-id sent a pistol hull
through t 'owli-s' iiis k.t he hitler, henlleg'Sl,
havlii j' attempted to kill his wife. The
woiiinh'l man was taken to a hospital,
Hale wns arreted and Mrs. Cowkst found
iuart4-rs In a hotel. Is'K'il proceislliic lui
mediately liistituic.1 gavb I he mother cus
tody of her child. At this point there la a
femisirnry lull In the family ipmrrt-l, for
no further steis c.-iii Is-token until yuiiug
Cowlcs riTovers. Then, if he chtssi. to
prosecute, Mr. Hale must stand trial for
the sluMing. If he declines, the other
phase of the afT.-iir -tho disputn over the
property and the child will doubtless Is'
scttk-d in the ('ildo courts.
WAS IT MURDER OR SUICIDE!
The M.isterv Knrreiiuilliig the Vtitlent
lleutll of su Illinois t.lrl.
Vns Kll.t CajTilell luiinlensl, or did ahe
This Is the iiiesiioii nt present agitating
the minds of n large iniuils-r of sMple In
lowiiiiti'l Illinois. On May'a; Miss I'm dill,
aprvctiigyoiiiig wsuunn otiM, left her
uomc ni iniuistry, j.
Ills., to visit rein- S"?
tl,siiit llrti-eti lu (k&i..
the snho stole.
Sis w-as last sts'ii
nllve nt (oilih-n,
w here she pur
elsisi .1 a twin I for
Keokuk, la. As
the term of her
isl.hcr family gtj'W
alaniied and ls
gan a search.
While this waa in
fishermen found the Issly nf a woman
tnuidcd on tho lstu h of nil Island lu thr
Mississippi, a few miles nlsiveCiint'ai, Mo.
Alsiul the an me time hunters stumbled 011
nil empty grave In Ctssikcd Creek bottom,
a desolate portion of llancis-k county, Ills.
The fishermen burled thu unknown
corisst iViero they dlmovcnsl It. A few
days hit it was dug up, ntid provisl to Is'
then-mains of Ella C'ordell. Tlie Issly Isiru
nnirka of violence, but whiiher theyhnd
been received at tho hands of man or while
fli siting In the rlrrr.ls yet to Is-established.
Those who favor the assault and murder
theory lailievu that tba tragedy isijirnsl
In Cnsikwl Creek bottom, and that thu as
sassin llrst buried tlie Issly them, but af
terward exhiirued It and oust It iigo the
Mississippi. Ouo man towanl whom aua
plclon pnlntisl wns taken Into custody nt
Keokuk, but nfterwanl relnasisl for lark of
evidence. Before -leaving homo Mlas Cur
dell liorrownl a revolver of a mule friend.
This la bow miaslng.
WOULDN'T BE DARED.
Tba lU'asoa Dan Wllcns Took a tVeasi
Pan Wilcox, a noted swlimner of Cin
cinnati, baa saved over a scoru of ssiplu
fnuu dMwiilng. Proud of hla record aud
hla aklll bo wua occasionally given to boast
ing, and tilts led to his death.
The other day friends who had boou
regaled with atorlea of Ida prowess and
ability dared hhn to Jump from the mid-
(llo span of the
to tlie river below.
l)nu "wouldn't be
dareil" and mad
the leap. He turn
isl In the air ami
truck tlie emter
When picked up
blood waa gushing
from ble mouth
In response to
an Inquiry be re
plied thai be felt
all light, and walked alowly tip tlie hill to
bla house, whuru hie wife and ohlldren
a welted him. He aut down lu a rocking
rhidr and twenty nilnutnt lator exeplred.
Au oxniiil nation allowed that the Hear,
lungs and stomach hail been ruptured.
Wilcox wpa Bo yeara old, and highly es
teemed by bia fellow workmen along tho
At Cohansey, near Dvidgnton, V. 3.,
Parmer Johnson bad an old faahloned barn
moving the other day. One of tbe men
present playfully picked tip a mouse and
throw It at Jobneon, wholntTTttigtodVtlge
Itli go hletlmbeea. They Tell on him,
t. .... VI. .mv,. IhssSlalsil SU Am
t. ( . II.M.K.
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TEE QUEER LTTHE COAT.
One difflcnlty thero woa about little
Ilubron. He waa voru eager to begin
new tilings, atwt would work at them aa
diUguntryaa aaiy one while the novelty
lusted, but bia audi never bold Out to the
end; be wortld get tired and throw . hla
work by. Little Hobron never flnlaned
anything. Hn bod 11 top half whittled
out. 11 vtfudnilH three-Auartopi done,
whito onk bow without string or ar
rows" and a ship that would have been a
beautiful HMlo plawjjilng Jf lta (lecit naa
boon made and it marts put ur-
It did not mnttor so mnoh aibmit hto
pln-thliigHK It did ub(at Mti'tvMHurte and
Ids work. Tho Hclimd tmclie. waa do-
lighted a ftfst by llobmn'a eHEfomoas to
tiiko up (wiry mow study, but be anon
grow grtvro wbeu, ofW a few dftu, be
fimud tlmt tho Iiswhm wwro uovit Ilkvly
to m more than half lcarnisl.
Thl wua na way )r htm tji grew Into
nn enrnest, nseful turn, and hta pnrctita
nt Inst Ihs-oiho vary nuxbaia about Kielr
little Is's grcM fault.
"Hotnething must l done about U,
thnfb ci-rtiUir," aidd hla father, "or Ihi
never will Im good fisr anything nt all.
Wo havo Med talking long enough. 1
have made up my wiiud. I -am going to
semi for Mint wssuV rful now tailor to
como and make ftubron a coot."
'I iuihish It will be for the beat,
aiiid I1il mother, with a sigh.
Isotlie tJiiJor rnmo in a great hurry,
for ho waa fnll of business, ho aiUd,
milking clothe for an many hoys in the
viilaga. a dlffen-at patron for eaeh one.
Itlaeyea twinkled and hla little aharp
1'uTfl at'iiiH'iV to laiijih nil ovpr, aa he
workisl away on llobrnn'B new eoat,
llolinm wnli'bt'd him cut and linate aud
new fur a lu tlu wlrik), and tbtu he got
'Tin going out to plant jiopcoru," he
said, and away U ws-ut with a great
nourish, Hwlnglng bia Iwaj uud rattling
tlio mm In rJm pun. Ikit in ton luinutea
ho wna back ug.-sln, pluring with lira dog
and teaching Wm to carry a tauikot.
"Have yon flnisheil planting tho pop
com'i" askvl tlio tailor.
"Oh, no," said Ilohrons "I ifontad a
few hills, uud then I got tired. I'll finish
it some other day."
"Ah!" was all Iho tnllor mid, and hla
ovum twlukled more funnily tlrtiu ever aa
ho ripiKMl out a few stitchee bo Luul just
At last tlio llttla rout wna tmmI.v, and
Ilnbroti wiw oatltsl to put it on. Ilo waa
to wear It to hia OuhsIii'i hot we tlmt
afternoon. Tho" root tittod bwiutlully,
not a wrinkle niiywlu'cn.
"It almost seems m if It grow on ine,"
said Ilobnm, well plc.-iscl. and lie walked
np and down Issforo tlm mirror. Dirt
auildculy soiiietliliig on ouo elite caught
Why. M'- Tnilur." be exrlnhned.
"you haven't quite BufchisWIt. lluro'aa
aoiun on tho aldeQ-on lwiven'1 aewvd up."
"Oh, tlsit's 110 inattej-," vttU tho tailor,
wis) was pnttiugup hja threwl aiil nee
dle, "folks don't alwnye finish things,
you know. I IsdiwiiytJii haven't phttitisl
tlm rest of tlie vuni yet. have you, liiy
Ao," antd nlron. itatiniMit lilm,
"but wliat of Hurt? And Jjist loiik here,
hero's aiiuthiT pbioo yiai burou't done,
Jim haven't Ixttlwilf scwa-din this sU wo,
just k'k nt t'wvtf
And lsi raiMsl Ills ami, displaying an ,
iil.inulnj spore Indissl. TJnt tlw tailm !
did not nstu to uiiud it at alii bo only
mill, aa he"tsik bia hat to go:
"Oh, that') is) iimttir; tlia rnei bt
done nny time, as you said thta morning
when )iu thn-w dow n yonr hutohet lie
fore yon had rut half brush enough fot
yonr inntbor'a awect peasr
"Com, Hobron," auld hla inoflior, 'it
la tins) fur you to start, if you mean to
l-nd the nftenKMHi with your rousln."
"Why, am I to go lis iking like thlsT
rxrlnimed Hobron, growtng rod hi the
"Yea." said W motlicr, gently, "until
yon learn to isniiplHe what jntw nmW
take yon must ls tnado to feel the in
(sinveulelieo i nillliaslied tllhlgH."
At tho aame tlma sbjo felt sorry tct hoi
II 1 1 lo Is.y, and vymld gladly have sewed
tii thu issimsfvr hihi, but ahe' know ftiat
waa tatt of her power, for thla wry nn-
coimnim tailor who mode crxata to fit
faulty littlo boy dkl bla work tn very
uuisnumon luiinwr, and waa not to be
"Oil, wull, If that laliat Wt for," aoid
Hoi aim. In surprise, "then I'll n out at
once and fiirtsh netting that pea brush."
"Ail don't forget tho corn," aaiil the
queer tullor, with one t4 Ida twinkling
Cncaa, "and ill wait here till youeouw
80, awsjf rna riubron, mnrh amascd
at hit miefcpored predicament, and seis
ing the btttolB't, be luwl a nloe beap
of bnuh cut for hia unslhar'f garden.
"Tlsst'e dmier bo said to hlmeolf, and
it,soemod to him thnt his aleeve ftdbot
U'ralmnily. Tlien he hastened to tho
corn hllh. That was hardor work, bat
he dig with all but might, for his spirit
was up, asd then ho went quickly from
hill to hill dropping in the poorly Utile
kernels of corn, five In a MIL
"Then, that la a satlsfartinnr ha ex
claimed, woll pUsiaod with ma work. "I
had no idea It could be done so quick."
"Hnm, haul," ntid tho tailor, ahrewl
ly, "wo ahull sue bow it will be anothor
timer Drat he took out his shining
ncedln, and almost before yon could wink
he hod arwed nntho snun, and aewod In
the sleeva. WW a btntlfnlly fitting
onat It waal lie wm cortululy a remark
Then off went Hobron to bla cousin's
bouae. He plnyisl marblea with Dirk
for awhile, and Mien ha began to out a
whistle fur tlie baby, Dnt tlio wood did
D4 wssk well at fhvt, so be throw It
down half done, and strolled hi to hi
aunt's room, leaving poor little Tommy
ready to cry at bis dewrtlon.
"why, turn aroond, Hobron," aaid his
aunt, suMmiW, "m there Isn't a little Hp
la -yonr ooat liirbt between Kie ahnulderel
Corns bore and let me sew It na."
And as sli' threaded hor noodle she ex
claimed at the beauty of hla lMtlb onat,
andlu fitting so rrmarkaMy woll. Dnt
when she tried to mead the rip ahe founjj,
to her amusement, that alio could not
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Wholcsnlo and Retail. See our goods and
make her atitcboB hold, Thoy broke
avay a:i fast as sho took thorn.
"I think," Btiid Hobson, uneasily, "1
had bettor go and finish thnt whistle for
80 be went to wn'k agtitn on the
wbistle, and pretty soon It wna done, and
gave forth a i'Uar, sweet sound thnt do
lighted alio baby huiuciwely. Then Ho
bron rsi back to hie mint.
"PlroHO sow up tho place now, auntie,"
And sure enough, she Bowed It np
without the least difficulty at nil. She
would lifva wondered at tho affair very
mnoh if her mind hud not been preoc
cupied by a roclpe for a now kind of
attlitd tlmt tho cook waa winking for anp
per. Tlie very next morning Hobron run off
to school with la)h atluni'lio lesson tin-leana-il.
and he did hot mean to letirn it,
elthor: ho mount to copy off thu sums
from sotiio other boy's slate, and slip
uiong through tliereeitutlon In thut way,
"Iiullo, Jeff!" Im culled wit to the first
hoy ho met in tlio school yard, "lem'me
look at yonr shite a tnlnnte."
"Yea, take it if mt want to," anid Jeff,
good nnturedly, but Just then another
"Ilol llo! Hobron'a got a letter In the
postoftli'e! Lefa aeo if It's a long one!"
And running up he Belzfsl upon u hand
ful of Hidiron's white shirt thnt showed
very plainly through n great rip In the
vWwyi of hia rout sleeve, Thonther boys
rame crowding nlxmt, luttgliing and
hooting, und Hobron grow red with
shame und linger.
"1 won't wear tho hateful cout!" hoox
claimed, and tried with all hi might to
pull it off, but it titled so well und so
rJujw that he could not remove it, and
Oicro w;i8 tho shocking rip full in sight
to ninko lilm the laughing stock of the
"Oh! Uhl" he lnvsjiertxl; "if I could
only hnve my revenge on that tullor!"
But thero wua no use in fuming and
rogsng, and Hobron felt pretty well as
sured In hia own mind thut tho rent in
hia rout would stay there till tho neg
lected kwsou wua fully lcunied. llo
glanced up at a neighboring church
clock; it wanted still twenty minutes
"It Is too bud," thought Hobrons "but
I may na well go ulsjut It nt 01100.
Ho ho ant down on tho school house
steps and Is-gun to cipher nwny very
diligently, to tho surpriso of the boys,
who wero not umil to seeing him in such
a nuHsl. Tho lesson was nsilly not a
bard one, and to Ilubron s own surprise
as uiiich as any one's, by tho ttuio tho
bell rang all tho huiiim were done In order
on hlstlute. Ho walked iuto the school
room with qtiito a proud. Independent
"It is bettor than if I hud copied them
all, and had a jawr recitation," lie said
DHtwbcrov.ua thu terrible rip In tho
seam of his coat? Ouo of his friends
bad triisl to pin it together for hlin, and
he must hnvo succeeded wonderfully
well, fi there wns no sign to lie seen of
tho ptnro where tlio n ut ltul been, and
even tho pin could not bo found. But
when llobioii went koine ut lusin and
t.il.1 hia iiHither, she suiiled a littlo nnd
said hlio wv'1" glud lie bad finlfhod hfc
aritlinn-Uc leasoii Is-fore srlusil Is gnu.
Hobron got caught once more thut day.
llo was (".it weeding the kture bed for
his father lu tho uirornism, when it sud
denly occurred to him to awing on the
low bniiichra of tlie apple tree, and away
be went. I'p aud down, in the sweot,
fresh air, clliiig to the lAueflo young
Isaigh, swung Ilobnm, and be thought
be wna having a splendid tiino, when
down tho street emtio hit Sunday school
teacher, and paused a moment by the
"Why, Hobron !" ahe exclaimed kindly,
"yon aro loeing thu culler off from your
Down sprung nobroti with blushing
faw, and buck ho went to the lettuce
bed, which this time got a thorough
weediug. Could if huve been thnt hla
teacher was uilsta!:eu for when he had
finintied nnd put his hand up to hta col
lar, It sitimsl to be nil right: there was
Ilolanin began to grow cun ful. This
wondiTful littlo cout thut fitted hlin so
well luul such a way nf culling him to
account tho lulntito ho tiiglis-tcd any
thing. Why, vveu if ho slipped on his
shoes in a hurry without tying np tlie
strings, a Isiya sometime will, Jiw, as
IllaJy an not he would find one of his
coat'luit tuna bunging by a single thread,
ready to drop,
ho Hobron improved, and at lust be
Sit into tlss habit of flnisliltig every
ting ho begun, because It was ao much
more pleasant and satisfactory to do so,
and not because thu mysterious coat wns
so ready to admonish him. He grow to
be one of tho promptest lioys you ever
saw, and It lai-uino a roul pleasure to
see hi in undertake anything, it wua so
sure to be wvll done.
And now a atrangu thing happened.
Tlie cout did not fit hltu so well aa it did
at first; it scouted to wrinkle and set
awkwardly ou his shoulders. One day
the tailor came by, and when he saw
Hobron his cyua twinkhsl funnily, aud
"Tlie cont don't (it yon any longer, my
Isiy, and I beliovo 1 must buy It of you
at second liaiul, and ninko you a better
0110. TlUa will Just answer fur llttla
Jiiiiinr Lake, who hasn't got in more
than six shovelfuls of roul yet, that hii
mother lsmgltt ton of, day boforu yes
terday, and thero It lie ou the aidowalk
for tlatove to steal and holiest folk to
staynble over. Whom tho coat fit, lot
hkn wear it."
Ho tlw tailor mado Hobron a now coat
tlmt fitted beautifully, und uot one stitch
hi it ever ripiM-d. You run Imugin bow
delighted alfihlB friends were.
Don't yon wish you know where this
wonderful tailor lives, childrenf If (pti
did know, should you want hiiu to make
yonr Jackwta and couta nnd cloak for
yon, or would you lw afraid of bis sharp,
twinkling cyo? buturday Itovluw.
A Mutteray Kalalance.
Humorist My jokes ae nuver old.
Crirto Ami never will tie, They all
dlon early death. Yankco Olado.
FADS OF THE BATHERS.
SOME WAYS OF STEAMING THAT BEAT
THE TURKI8H BATH.
A Newspaper Ifrlter la Put Vhrongb a
Pmoesa WlilshMake liar All tlie Colon
of the Kslolsew An Ordeal Which ta
tlta Uninitiated la AMn to Torture.
Tho fads of progjiresslve Now York
women will kill me yet. Lust weok 1
took a "pack," aud I urn nearly (load.
Lout twenty pounds and the power of
locomotion for twenty-four huni-H. My
lips and eyuMds turned eloctrlo blue and.
my comphioii a u'jmJo greun wttji ecru:
mottling. I wnattMl some medlolno
big duso wlfli urttliet trf letuue, pninoa,
Uraliaiu nifss und hot water to kisj if I
ooulil put dowu t.hetrelxillioiM bilionsnesii
of my okhi nud put on u silver gray
gown. 1 went to one tho lui'iing iui
tress in tisi ilutfiuiui bousu, who used to
steam mid knead the Jcn-ey Lily and
who did several hundred colours' worth
of grooming fir tlio be.tutiful Duchess
of M.'irlliiaMUKh, She told ma that I
"snurht to got pacW."
"Where tn" I aW
"Oiasl looksi! You can come horo for
a night or 1 will gp to your house anil
gtvo you a pack thnt will uiukoyour huir
I itavu loir my card and made urrungu
nionls to lsi ready for her two days luter.
Her purling cuuimmid was: "Take a '
five umal fust to vest your systein, and
yon will be tho color of a lily whun I got
through with yon." Blio did not any
what color or what klad of a lily at tho
time, but. 1 Imvo since leurncd tlmt tho
model she hail in mind wua the tiger lily.
TllK "pack" onai'RUiin.
I took thu fust, und tho day shourrived
I wua na hollow u a pipe stem, and the
weakuesa of the traditional cut wua inua
oulur vigor comimped to the general umo
neas of my interior. A small mountain
of couifortubles und bluuketa wm col
lected, my bed, wua (dripped mid coveiisl
first with a rubber and then a (Kingcc
slieet. Over rliia was lurid a wet shoot
wrung out of I Killing wufer in which 1
wna folded like a prehistoric mummy.
The aensntion waa a Kltlo amurt at
first, nnd I had a lurking fear thut tho
original Imo ta? whiteness waa being
scorched from my (urinal culuiim. Satis- -fled
of my mistako I relnjisiHliutoaatiito
f paaslvity and the mistress of tho Kith
transferred the tnnuntuin 01' bhinkuta
from the Hour to my bed. Then alio put
a cool, wet isijikiu on my hood, anil
there I lay Willi tho weight of Atluuta'
on my already caved in unntomy und
every jsire lu my body streaming Uku n
totuitry pump. I tiled to think I wu
having fun, for it wna a day off and it
has 11 1 way's been my motto to innko my
Do what I could with my thoughts I
felt the blood pumping into my bruin
and ranking violent nnd forcible effort
to raciMpe. Tlie alutvly mistress of the '
flesh liruali'iiiailo me keep still, chang
bag tin cold cloths ou my head, slipiwd
morsels of crushed ice down Thy throat
and eiicour.iging me by frmiuent reititra.
tions tluit I was doing well and Wvii.ld
have beanitful color. 1 sieved In the
pack three hoars aud ixreiiireil until I
thought tlmre wua noluitig left of me
but the he t bnsftli. Tlnin I dniiM)d off
ol Mimetlriug I donl kuow Jsl cxnrt ly
wbnt-Tund wheu 1 wa als,nt to get n
gliinpNO of heavenly thhiga with a lot of
short wuiatnl early vuiplr girls aud
siuiAl Aniiiltd Is-iysin feather triniiniiiga
flouting u'siut in Htmospherto noiicliu.
btnev I wns rudolv sliuken and told to,
npcu my uiuus.ii. That ended thu pnek
TIIU HRNaATNIM ArTKUVAIIU
I wua .di-ied with ri. .'eh brandy,
n.blasl with nlcnhal, pnlishni off with a
puir of bath uiluVthnt hud t!ie lyniu of
ratlish grnlern and put to bed aguiu bes
tweeu Warm sheets.
Tho lUK-k.T gave mo a cup of bouillon,
a chop, a roll nnd a glteis of clurot, und
atnyisl with mo nntll 1 lliilshisl tho first
morsel of food I bud tasted lu fifty hours.
Bidding me keep imiat and stay Imbed a
day or two alio relieved me of aif-l bill 1
bad Ihn'ii anting or n crimson purasol
and went off. Whcu I Kuked In tho
glass I Kirw a rflis Iim thut Wggured thu
horror iKirtrnrcd by the imiKTaountoraof
Vioi-xta nud C'nmillo in their lust scene.
I waa a sort of m 11011 red with a mot
tling of yellow fever and black phiguo
patches ilono in the luslilun th.itLimnge
vomsj aro under gWsJ. My eye wuro
on fire, tho Iralng of my lids waa whito
and green, my nostrils were pinched and
my lips aiirivelud nnd were onion blue in
Uliefly, I waa a horror. I looked like
aresurreclloii. MeutuHyl wasuaidiotiu
as the ushura in the Dibloweildlng. , Uut
I hud la.n "jNickod," and there is some
SHtlsfiiotion to a crack bruin to know
that ahe hu 0110 leas fad hi tho gamut of
fooldoia to invest igute. I huve given up
the Idrul of a grny frock und buckled
down to s diet of rare roust Wf, boiled
oniiHiHf rice pnddlng and vegetal do soup,
for until 1 evenver aome of my lust flush
1 huve no nsofor anythsug but a Hpnnish
scurf ntid tin ulater.
Iliit will you believe me when I tell
yon that IIho piscka are taken regularly
by thu fashionably progressive women of
Now York every day in thu wookf It's a
fact New York World.
A Must's Though tfulnsM.
Drown (of i'htludclplila) C01110 right
In, old fellow. Your room Is ready and
everything necessary to make you foul
completely at home is preared.
Jonesfof Pittabusg) ili,Mi you haven't
taken any trouble oq my account.
Drown (heurtily)-Vry littlo, but that
littlo win count. Uuve hud four doxeit
cable cur gisigs hung under your win
dow nud liired a boy to bung tiiuin every
dny nnd all night.
Joiiisi (ovei jiyed Ulosa you, old boyl
Your rhouglitfulneas la simply delight
fill. 1'ittslairg Dullotln.
A very wicked yonng person, to whom
au admirer of flisen allowed .the dnitnu
tlat'ajihotoi'.rutiih, suld, with a lofty surer:
"If you wh Ii a real gisl picture uf a
Murmnsrt innQftey why don't yon gut
oner" Huston Herald.
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