pc ISBttctota Dailg gaglc: Sacs day fjfltaaihtg, fjtonem&cr 18, 1890.
VERY QUEHS 1MLN&
A REMARKABLE TRIBE SURROUND
ED BY A NATURAL WALL.
AIL ABOUT TEA JACKETS.
Wichita Wholesale & Manuiactur
OLIVE HARPER HAS HERE COL
LECTED SIX SAMPLES.
There Is Ko Doubt About the Fact, as
She States It, That tho Tea Jacket Is
a Most Fetching Garment, and Hero
Ar Pictures to Prove It.
New York, Oct. 23. I shall expect
now to be canonized. I know that I
have long deserved it, but I hope that
tho reward of my merits will come now
as a just recognition of the gathering to
gether of six perfect and beautiful tea
jackets. Tea jackets are taking the
place of tea gowns, which are usually
pretty costly, and while usually beauti
ful and graceful can never be quite bo
popular as the handy tea jacket.
Fig. 1 is made of pink and green India
silk, with the sleeves of cream colored
guipure tyud smoothly over green silk.
Tho frontiis of the lace draped gracefully
across wiuh a belt and two choux or
rosettes of green velvet This can be of
any colored ribbon that matches the
rest and that will go better with the
akirt to be worn with it
Fig. 2 is made of
golden brown surah,
with a fichu collar
FIGS. 1 JLND 2.
and cuffs of old rose
eal brown polka
dots. The waist ia
belted in with a lit
tie sash "which is
tied in front in a na. 3.
sailor knot with loose ends and without
a bow. In case of cool weather tho V
shaped neck can bo filled in with a vest
or a collar and chemisette front.
Fig. 3 is made of heliotrope and
white striped surah, opening quite half
way down, to bo worn over a white silk
or pique vest. The sleeves and collar
are of plain heliotrope faille, and a bias
band of the same goes around tho entire
basque, odgod by narrow silver braid,
and tho front is fastened by a ribbon
bow. The rovers are mado by overlap
ping a triangular piece as in the illus
tration. This can be worn with skirts
of any color but red or blue.
Fig. 4 is made of salmon pink surah,
with loose fronts, which are garnished
with cascades of cream lace. Tho sleeves
nro boll shape, with a fall of lace. This
can also bo made in any color or any soft
material. In garnet surah it would be
very pretty and useful. Black lace over
cream cashmere would bo an elegant
Fig. 5 is a tea jacket of sago green
barege, which is ns soft and flexible as
veiling, edged with an embroidered ruf
fle, tho color being myrtle green, with
tiny pink specks of ilowers. A glance
at tho picture will show the style better
than a description could. If desired, a
full bow of narrow satin ribbon just tho
shade of tho flowers can be worn on tho
right shoulder where the ruffle laps.
This can bo worn with any colored sldrt
excrpt blue orange or purple. It can
bo made of cashmere veiling, surah or
farmer's satin, which is very pretty ma
terial and considerably used.
Fig. 6 is as suitable for a corsage
for a dinner dress as a tea jacket If it
is to bo used as a tea jacket the fasten
ing of tho sleeves should bo lot out so as
to lengthon them, and tho sash should
bo loosened. Tho body of it is of mauve
and white foulard, edged around with a
deep flounco of cream whito lace, and
tho sash is of surali. The cascade and
collar match that of tho sleeves and
waiht. Tho wholo is vory pretty and
dressy, and adapted thus to several cos
tumes and needs. Worn over a quite
old black or other suitably colored skirt
it becomes a part of a dainty, dropsy
The tea jacket can bo put on over al
most any skirt, evn one that has 6een
its best daj-s, and instantly tho whole
FIGS. 4, 0 AND 0.
becomes a thing of dainty grace, and a
woman never looks so well as in these
A skirt of CMfrhmero or black silk, or,
indeed, ainioet any material or color,
can be utilized by the aid of these pretty
tea jackets, and a variety of gowns niay
be simulated by having several of them
They can be made of almost anything,
p'-oviding the materials are of suitable
( Jor to go together.
Challies, veilings and cashmere tea
gowns or jackets, feather stitched all
around, with ample cascades and jabots
of even quite cheap lace, with hero and
there a judiciously bestowed bunch of
ribbons, make up a taking and lovely
homelikodi ess, which from its softness
and gruce pleases aud rests even eye.
Gastronomic authorities have forbid
den the ktvidj of tame duck at fashion-
WVien Eaby was net, we re her Caster!,
When she was a Child, shs cried for Castorla,
When she Decamo Kiss, she cluns to Castotia,
When the bad Children, ahe rare Uvem C&sioria,
The liouses given below are representative ones in their line, and thoroughly reliable. They are furnished thus for ready refer
ence for th& South generally, as well as for city and suburban buyers. Dealers and inquirers should correspond direct
with names given.
CHAS. T. CHAMPION,
SCHOOL ". BOOKS,
AXD SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Mail Orders win Receive Prompt Attention at
118 East Douglas Avenue, "Wichita, Kansas
GLOBE x IRON x WORKS,
Steam Engines, Boilers and Pumps, and Dealers in Brass Goods, Rubber and
Hemp Packing, Steam Fittiugs, Etc. Repairing of all Kinds of Ma
chinery a Specialty. Orders promptly filled for all kinds
of Sheet Iron Work. All kinds or castings made.
A. FLAGG-, Proprietor. AVichita, Kansas.
The Stewart Iron Works, "
Architectural, Wrought and Cast
Iron Work for Buildings.
Facloryj South Washington Avenue
TO ART DEALERS AND ARTISTS.
Artist's Jlnterlnls. Pictures Mouldlncs and Tramea
liolttale and retail. Catalogue free.
MAIL. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.
F. P. MAETDs, 114 Market St.
Pianos and Organs
NiKct jmilr wid IxxjIc. All kladi Of musira
rood. Rin-sbnnil and orchestra, mulc. UM-lu
Mi oet, 'W Ichita, Kiuis&s.
Trimble Bros. & Tlirelkeld,
Special attention to mail orders.
1 10 E Douglas, - Wichita, Kan
D. W. STALLINGS & SONS,
STALKS I'ALILE TOILET SOAP
HUcautlfTes the complexion and Viop tlu
bLlu soft, tmiootli clear and hailthjr. for
tale by druu'tfNts aud erocors.
I20 Chicago Ave. - Ttlcphonc 90
THE CBYSTAL ICE COMPANY
Novri cady to supply all Yrlrtilnc their Pure Dlsilll
frt Wntor lt.o. nt usual juices. Olllte and lattorv
Cor. Osage nnd Pearl btrwts. "West Side. Order
Hooks t V. AV. Pearce 4Ui i-ist Douglass Ae, uiiJ
Occld ntal Hotel Cor. .secoud and Slain.
1 eleplioue 'C Hi. J.A.&OHN
dill if becre t
Manufacturiiig -. Confectioner,
And jobber in Figs, Dates, Cigars, Foreign and Domestic Js'nta, Cider,
Paper lJags, Paper JJoxes. Candy Jaxs, Trays, 'tc.
215 and 217 South Main St , Wichita, Kansas.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.
(Formerly Charles E. Potts A Co., Cincinnati, O.)
Goods Sold at St. Louis and Kansas City Prices.
233 and 235 South iain Street, "Wichita, Kansas.
BAKER, RAFFERTY & CO.,
COE. MARKET AND F1EST STS., "tnCHITA, RAN.
Manufacturers wholesale, transfer aud forwarding agents, and dealers
In carriages, wagous, larm implements, wind mills, scales, engines and
threshing machinery. Ye have on band a full line of tlie following manufac
t.nrors rroods that wo can shin at ciuick notice:
Stndcbaker Eros. Mfg. Co., bouth Ecnd, Ind.; Enterprise Carriage Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Hoover & Gamble, Miamisbnrg, Ohio; Esterly Harvesting
Co., Whitewater, "U is.; Fairbauk, Moore A: Co., Chicago, 111.; Walton Plow Co.,
Eloomiiitfton. 111.: Pekiu Plow Co., Pekiu, 111.: Avery Planter Co., Peoria, 111.:
Jno. J)odds ir.iv Hack Co., Dayton, Ohio.; Frick Engine Co., ayneaboro,
1 Penn.; Massilton Thrasher Co., Masilton, Ohio; Krugslorud Jc Douglas Mfg.
to., St. Louis, Mo.; lluber Engine Co., Marion, Ohio.
THE AVICHITA OVERALL AKD SniRT MAISOJFACTDBING CO.
3IAUKACTLKER AM) JOBUERS OF
OTeralls, Jeans, Cassimere and Cottonade Pants; Duck Lined Coats and Vests:
Fancy Flannel and Cotton Overshirts; Canton Flannel
Undershirts, Drawers, Etc.
Factory and Salesroom 139 X.lopeKa, Wichita. Correspondence Solicited
A NEW MILKING MACHINE.
Milk Cow Cheaply and Advantageously
to Themselves and Milk Drinkers.
On the farm of Raining Mains, on the
estate of tho Duk of Portland, for some
months past a new milking machine, in
vented by Mr. William Murchland, sani
tary engineer of Kilmarnock, has been in
The apparatus, as installed at naming
Mains, is of a very simple character. An
ordinary iron pipe, one inch in diameter, is
carried round the cow bout-e at a conven
ient height above the shoulders of tho cows.
It communicates with a hand pump,
whereby the air is drawn from the pipe, a
circular tank connected with a shullow
well of water serving as a regulator of tho
From the iron pipe project connections,
one opposite the space between every pair
of animals, each connection being fur
nished with a stop cock To any one of
theso connections is fitted a length of In
dia rubber tubing, the other end being at
tached to a nozzle near the top of the milk
pail, which is of epecial construction.
The pail is cylindrical in form, with a
truncated conical top. Its opening, which
is four inches wide, is clo;ed by means of
a thick glass disk, which rests inside flush
with the outer rim of the pail, supported
C. Elsennwrer Sr. Milling nnd Elevator Co. ot
Halstead, Kait, carry a full line ot hard and soft
wheat flour at their agency In this city, bend for
prices and !amplcs.
OflO WEIsS, Agent, 253 N Main. "Wichita.
SWAB & GLOSSER,
And Jobbers oflVool ens and Tail
lir X Main Street, - Wichita.
WICHITA BOTTLDSTt avoeks,
, OITO ZIMMEItMANN. Prop.
Kottlers of Ginger Ale. Champagne
Cider, Sada Water, Standard J'ervo
Food, also General We&tern
Agents lor Win. J.Lenip's Extra. lile.
Cor. First and Waco Sts., - "Wichita.
Wholesale and Retail.
Telephone Jo. 157,
119 North Water Street.
MorKO and Forwarding. Large brick lmlldln?
Just completed, especially Hdipttd for recelrlnsr and
rehlplnw cars from all railroads swltdnrd tohoue
without charge; now, clean and well entl!aU-d;aI-moit
flro proof ; r.Uei of Insurance ami t-irave low,
tixxls ci'itfully hanJled, and ehlpjoU on orders.
.Located Last of bant Fo f relRhf depot.
Telephone . Omce Ml E IXmglaK. Wihlta. Kit
21G ' DOUGLAS AVE.
Physicians Supplies and Surgical Instru
ments. Send for our Illustrated
rjy a tnics rnooar oaca. neia in place Dy a
projecting ledge underneath. On one side
of the shoulder of the pail is the nozzle
which Iihs been referred to, and on the
opposite side are four similar nozzles, all
of which are hko the small connections
upon the iron pipe. The solitary nozzle is
for attachment to the long flexible tube
from the iron pipe, the other four are for
short lengths of tubing connected In their
turn with specially constructed teat cups,
each of which receives a teat of the cow
under operation. The cups, like the paiL
are made of tinned Iron, and each one is
provided with a tap or stop cock. The
milk pail has, in addition to its handle, &
couple of hooks, by means of which it is
suspended a little in front of the cow's ud
der, a broad band of girthing being laid
across the animal's loins for the purpose.
The modus operandi is very simple.
When all is ready the pump is worked by
a lad, and the air is thus exhausted from
the iron pipe. Then a pail, with its cups
attached, is adjusted under the cow, the
long tube is joined to one of the connec
tions overhead, the stop is opened, anda par
tial vacuum is established within the paiL
Next one of the cups is moistened and
placed so as to embrace a teat. The stop
cock of the cup 13 then opened, tho teat is
thus brought under the influence of the
vacuum, and the greater external atmos-
ntntrio nrM.nn al one C2Qa the milk to
Cigar Headquarters. Cor. Main and First Streets.
W. T. BISHOP & SONS,
Send Us a Trial Order or Call and See Us,
WHOLESALE AXV RETAIL,
FURNITUBB, CARPETS, ETC
The Largest Establishment in the State.
Nos. 119 and 121 Main Street, Wichita, Kansas.
GETTO-McOLUlnTG BOOT AND SHOE CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
All goods of our own manufacture warranted. Orders by mail
promptly and carefully tilled.
135 and 137 1ST Market Street, Wichita, Kansas.
THE JOHNSTON & LAEIMER DRY GOODS CO.,
Dry : Goods, : Notions : and :Enrnisliing : Goods.
Complete Stock in all tho Departments.
119, 121 & 123 N Topeka Ave. - - - - - Wichita, Kansas.
EOTAL SPICE MILLS,
Jobbers and Manufacturers, Teas,
Cofl'ees, Spices, Extracts, Eakiug
Powders, Bluing, Cigars, Etc.
112 and 114 S Emporia Ave.
Manufacturer. Wholesale and KetaU
SADDLES k SADDLERY HARDWARE.
121 B Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kan
BURR FURNITURE CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Douglas Ave.
Wholesale and KetaU
t it. (iiail itu'Hi i., t. noting alio
r.iiili!t'tr M'U H.Us.
Telephone 1W. ISth St. and 4th Are.. Wichita. Kan.
OS. VAIL & CO.,
CLOCKS AND SILVErVeAK.
10C E Douglas Ave.. - Wicliita.
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
Wholesale . Grocers,
OFFICE AND TTAREIIOUSK 2I.'J TO 223 SOUTH AIABKET STREET.
Keep ererythinp in the procery line, show ca.ses, Scales anil orrocers flxture?
Sole ajtenta for the state for u(iraml I'epubllc" ciai-s, also aole pvopriotoi-a of
the "Koyalty" and "La Innoconcia" bramla. cIj
BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING, "WICHITA, KA'SAS.
Oar leadlnc brands of 5 cent clar are La Marca te Merita. La Flor VfStadl-r. 1- Prrfeclo. Key
Stone; Kins torn. UaranuhClsarroA Merchants sendlnij In orders Mil fwItj prompt attenUon. all
e ai50 carry a mil uuo i ac; ..
LEHMAXN-HIGGIKSOJT GEOCEE CO.,
203 ASD 203 N. WATER STREET.
Are now ready forhusiness. Kep a Full Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
AVoodenware and Notions.
LARGEST SOAP WORKS IX THE 17EST, ESTABLISHED 1SS7.
The "Wicliita Soap ilamifacturmg Company.
A full line of Laundry Soaps, including
ences solicited and delivered
605 AND 607 SOUTH FIFTH ATEXUE,
now. jimr an roar enps have thus been
adjusted four jets of milk can be teen
flowing into the can immediately beneath
the glass cover In from eight to ten min
utes the cow is milked "dry "
The animals submit very quietly to this
novel method of milking, and after the
first time they appear to be scarcely con
scious that they are being deprived of their
milk. The apparatus, indeed, promis to
relieve cows of much of the distress which,
under existing circumstances, seems inev
itable. Its use will obviate thcexcruciating
r pain that animald with chapped or swollen
teats must necessarily suffer when milked
by hand. Moreover, its employment will
injure much greater cleanliness m the
operation of milking, a benefit of at least
as much importance to the consumer as to
the producer. One attendant can conven-
I lently keep half a down cows going. By
the time the adjustment has been made
' for the sixth cov the first cow will about
' have finished milking, and her pail can be
taken for the seventh cow, and so on. To
maintain the vacuum a few strokes at the
pump occasionally are sunlcient. London
A Tale's Student' Awakening.
You are awakened in the morning by
your sweep." The 'svreep,by the way,
fe the rentleman of color who tends to your
t room, blocks your boots and nicks up youf
A new process dry compressed yeast
cake. Quick, strong and sweet. Al-
ways in the houso ready for use, and
will keep a year. Price 5c a package.
Factory cor. Kellogg A; Mosley Avos
J. A. BISHOP,
Wholesale and Ketail
Paints, Oils nnd Glass.
130 X Market St., Wichita, Kan
102 E Douglas Avenue.
Wichita, Kan. Telephone Connection
BUTLER & G-RALE Y
Manufacturers and Dealers in
All kinds ot cans for shipping purposes, rulta,
baking powder, etc
21H SoutJi Main, Wichita, Kan.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.
WHOLESAlt, AND HETAIL
Corner First Street and Lawrence Arenue.
Chicago 1 nrds, Kith and Iron xtreetH, Chicago.
A. Mnith. '.alemnn. Geo. L.l'ralt,and Ueo. W.
CroM. ltesldent l'artncn.
"Wicliita Trunk Factory
II. JIOSSFIELD, Proprietor.
Manufacturer Of, Wholesale
and Ketail Dealer in
Trunks, Valises, Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Pocket Books, Wil
low Ware, Etc.
125 W Douglas.
tr iium..cu .. u...w -
the famous "Magnet," brand
price lists tent on application.
clHb - wen as ti? ujiiirnt of your
pn rate and pa rticular bottle of pmgeraleor
otber cordial j. and to whom you nave previ
ously given instruction an to what time to
call you. If jou are a ruol good studeot
and ket-p early honre you annt abotit 7,
dress kisuiely. eat your breakfast 4wly
and get to chapel in plenty of Ume; if yon
happen to be an average student you get
up at twenty minutes to S, dren in ten
minute, bolt your food in ttm more and
hurry to prayer on the run: but if you are
a "tnfle wild7 and bare kept pretty late
hours the mgbt(or moraine) before, you
hop out of td at four tatoetes pa. 8
o'clock a. ra., jump iaw a pair of rubber
boots, trowers, sweeter aad overcoat or
liuen iaser. whiefcver happens to be
handiest, aad "lia! te&o yocr wat jeX
as the organ eomaieaoes thedjtegy. Jest
wr)ns voor Vo ark?, giva fmr soa-atr
tendance. New Havea Cor. New Yrk
Tart- year axco one coaW fcwy good
building sites ia tbv suburbs of New Yrk
within twenty xailes f te Grand Central
nation at the rate of S3JM8 and flCO an
acre. Xaw the prte ha rin to 35JKX) and
(5.GC0 an acre.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria?
Seme Zatvrettin; FacU Aboat the ava
SapaU They LItb la a Stupeadeas
Caayoa la ' Xexiea Iji Maay R
pecU They Axv Civilized.
Ben "Wlttick, a well known photog
rapher of Albuquerque, N. M., has been
visiting friends in Minneapolis, and to
him The Minneapolis Journal is indebt
ed for a most interesting and accurate
account of the Nava-Supai3 of the Supai
canyon. Some time ago he went to New
Mexico, settling at Albuquerque. Being
a man of adventurous turn of mind he
took a trip up the canyon and located
the tribe in the narrow, valley like in
closure between the mighty walls of
the Supai canyon. Supai is a name
which Mr. Supai gave the canyon him
self after having made & trip to the re
gion. On reaching the canyon he found the
Indians in the midst of a marvelously
fertile valley, diminutive as it is, where
all sorts of grains and fruits grow in
rank profusion, where there are splendid
climatic influences nearly the twelve
month through, and where all that tends
to build up physical powers Is at hand.
He made investigations, too, into their
language, their rites and ceremonies,
their legends, and into all the phases of
their present and past history possible,
and he is confirmed in the belief that
they are in no way allied to the Aztecs.
He says, on the contrary, that as far as
can be ascertained they are allied to the
AN ISOLATED 7EIBE.
The tribe is a most singular one. Their
valley home has on either side great
ledges of rocks running up in benches
thousands of feet. In the valley are
groves of cottonwood trees, and a luxu
riant vegetation is seen on all sides.
There are about 245 or 230 in the tribe of
the Supai. They live absolutely alone.
They do not intermarry with other
tribes, neither do they mix with the scat
tering white peoplo of the regions round
about. When they are in need of forage
or food outside of that which they can
get in their own rich valley they sally
out, make their trades or purchases and
return home. They aro monogamists,
every man having one wife and no more.
They do not live in a communal form
either, but preserve the family in its in
tegrity. The men are a little above the
average height, they are strong and
active, and they are noted for their skill
in climbing the mountains and in bring
ing down the game they need. They are
very shy and suspicious of Indians from
other tribes, nnd it is only by the most
careful and adroit means that a white
man can approach them and gain any
information as to their life. The women
are smaller in stature, very fond of
adornment and given to fantastic deco
rations of their faces.
The Supai Indians appear to bo far
above many other tribes in morals.
They look with Bcorn upon any one who
asks them questions as to their married
relations, holding that this ia no one's
business but their own, and the fact that
the woman of the tribe who goes wrong
is subjected to tho most pronounced
neglect, and generally is put out of the
way. is pretty good proof that they are
possessed of a sort of simple, heroic vir
tue. PHYSICAX. CnABACTERISTICS.
Mr. Wittick found eleven of the men
totally blind. He believes this to be
duo to the splitting of the arrows when
the bows were stretched too taut. Some
of the women who would be seen sitting
barefooted in front of their thatched
roof houses have tho most peculiar big
toes that ever were seen on a human be
ing. The toea were not so very large,
but they were of abnormal width at the
ends. In some ca?es the big toe would
be an inch and a half broad at the end
and very flat and thin. When Mr.
Wittick and his party entered the canyon
they found the Supai very gentle and
hospitable in thpir aboriginal way, but
very reticent at the same time.
Proceeding down the canyon through
the fertile valley, along which was a
slender stream of never failing water,
the purest and sweetest in tho land, they
reached a magnificent waterfall, where
the silver stream plunges over a preci
pice 207 feet in height, and falling in a
stream of the rarest banty down to the
pool below. Cottonwood trees wero
felled. Lashed together and a ladder
made in sections, the whole seventy-six
feet long, and down this the oplorers
climbed in their exit from the homo of
these strangely interesting Bemi-savage
folk. The beautiful stream has been
utilized by the Indians in Ungating
those portions of the valley that were
sterile, and it appears that for centuries
they have known of this method of aid
Th- Grk Chnreu.
The United Greek church differs from
both the orthodox Greeks as well' as the
Latin Catholics. While they follow the
orthodox Greek rite and observe the gen
eral discipline ot it, and al.o mako raw of
the Grek liturgy, they do not acknowledge
the czar of Russia as their head. They are
united with the church of Rom, acknowl
edging the Holy Ghost and the supremacy
of tho Roman pontiff, and accepting all
the doctrinal decision subsequent to th
Greek cnlsni, wbirh- have full fora as ar
tidr? of faith in the Roman church. New
During tho latt two year English capi
talists bav paid out tlCO.000,000 tor the
purrbe "f raanofacturng plant la the
J3uHhe mosV loving
me difference m hts home iryou use
Se$10iiftsaves labor in house-work
Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at
home, he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewares know
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright
Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home, go you
want cleanliness, comfort and happiness ? Try SAFOL1U
and y ou will be surprised at your success.
Ho TTus a rattier IIlmel
He was an old man, bent and gray.
In spite of his unkempt appearance and
his poor faded clothes there was a cer
tain nobility in his facS that could not
but attract the casual observer. He sat
in tho anteroom of the police court, to
gether with a score of other prisoners.
Upon his knees ho held a little girl
whoso uncared for appearance ooold not
hide her childish prettiness. She leaned
against his breast, and on her head there
fell now and then a great tear,
"What oo cryin' for, popperr the lit
tle girl would say when some of these
tears crept beyond her tumbled curls
and down her forehead. Even the sot
tish crowd about them grew respectful.
The two were so pathetic
Finally the man's name was called and
ho appeared before the judge. He stated
his case. The charge was some minor
offense. Just then the little girl, who
had begun to realize that her father was
in some danger, crept near. The judge
caught sight of her. The child crept op,
in spite of tho gaze fixed on her from the
bench, and clung to her father's hand.
"Is that your child?" asked the judge,
"It is, your honor; my mothcrtesa
The sternneq died out of tho eyes of
the jndgo and a moist tenderness took
its place. He was a father himself He
raised his handkerchief without shame
to wipe away tho gathering dimness.
"I cannot do it," ho said within him
self. Then, looking at the prisoner be
fore him. he said, in a voico choked with
"Thirty days."--ChicagciSpeclal Press
There was a hearty rivalry between
the Old and New Bowery theatres np to
tho time of the burning of the latter
house. Each had its V-trons, and they
were uncompromising supporters of thoir
favorite place of entertainment. The
little tory of the two boys who met on
a corner of Canal street will illustrate
tho feeling in that part of tho city when
tho rivalry was at its bright.
"Hello, oull!" caid one mite, coming
up to the other. "Whar ye goinT
"To de teaytre."
"New Bowery teaytre."
"Oh. das no good."
"Yes, it is fine."
"Wat dey got np derer .
" 'Catarac o' de Qangecs' real water! j
"Naw, Tm goin to de Ole BowtrJr.'
"Oh, das no good."
"Yes. it is fine."
"Wat dey got down dereT1
" 'Forty Tieves real t1e?es1 Cum
downl"Sol 8mith Russell in Kate
The Tea riaat.
Tho tea plant is liko tho orango plant
in one respect, for the eceds, the blos
toms and tho leaves U appear at tho
one time. It takes a rear to mature the
seeds. One peculiarity of tho tea plant
is that the veins are started from the
mldrid, all turning backward, forming:
a sort of loop. Very few plants in the
world exhibit the same peculiarity.
Tho seed pod is generally three cor
nered or irregular, and contains a Philip
pine of seeds very bitter to the taste.
The blossom of the tea plant is a dream
of delight It is a delicate white, with
a centre of very many stamens of yellow,
with a perfume whfn it is fresh that it
Is impossible to dejcribe. Pittsburg
Utwxjtreiril Trecd7 IA m Tkeetre
At an afternoon performance in tht
Lowing theatre at Berlin the othnr Any
the auuVnce witnMd a tragedy not down
on tho bills. Mme. Amalie Ixmse, t well
known authorww, auddealy rose from aer
neat and crylafr, "Water, waUir," fall dead
ia the alula.
N;ro Rarely Commit Sal.lde.
"Tbcro aro plenty of cases on record In
which colored people have been killed by
members of their own two, but a negro
seldom, If ever, commits suicide, ob
serves Coroner Frank. I know of no
nationality or race in which self murder
is so rar, and the rrason is of courts
the extreme philosophy ""Well charac
terizes the colored man or woman's
"There may be a good deal of grunv
bkng, but so long as the next meal
ahead is provided for tnero is nothing m
ranch as sollntudr, -l alone anxiety,
and just whr dpair can be found In
a colored man it is hard to say. The
negro may labor unT a good many dis
advantages, but he certainly U ahead of
his white brotner tn too matter of enjoy
ing himself heartily on tho least poJbl
provocation, and of nerr thinking of
such a thing as tt njr trubw half
wav."- Si Lcuis ft I i lit.
BEECH AM'S PILLS
vcrr j-ncn maoio
25 Cents a Box.
OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
husband will see
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