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AUSTIN WEEKLY SJA1ESMAN THUESLAl MAY 18, 1893.
THE CALITHUMPIANS. The Ilriflrg rouin L'p h Feiine ami ftot the l.tsugli on i'lipm. It was in Somerset county, not a thousand mile from New Portland, Maine, that there lived a man who went to serenade all of tho peoplo who got married. II) seemed to do light in raising a company of boys and going to a housf; when; a newly married couple were sweetly sleeping and (suddenly awakoninir them with the impression that all the brood of hell was loose. Steve was a good-natured fellow and had many good qualities, and so it was natural that he himself should fall into the snares of a pretty woman and get married. As lie had been u ring-leader in the sport the word was given out,, anil me men rrom all over town came down and went up to Steve's houso at midnight. Kvery cow bell and every old gun in tho town was there. The air hung heavy and thick with gunpowder smoko like a battle-lield after a few rounds. All was dark and quiet in tho house, and tho serenaders kept it up till morning. "Ho ahan't get out of it that way," they said, and teams seurried along tho country highways in every direc tion that day summoning tho clans men to tho bombardment. They got there early that night. No one fired a gun till all was ready, and then it came liko a crash of lightning, with accompanying thunder. It was 12 o'clock when Steve came to tho door, rubbing his eyes and looking in his half-dressed condition as if he hud just got up. "Why, fullers, 1 didn't know you were hero. I just heard a noise and thought that it might be you, and bo come out. Come in, you fellers, and bo at home. I hain't got much, but I have a little good cheer, (,'omo in, I say, and make yourself at home." In they eamo, and Stove lighted all tho lamps. Now, what ho had was a barrel of cider into which tho day before ho had poured all the rum and whisky it would hold. They all took hold and drank it up. Stove stood around, urging them to tuko somo more. "Don't bo skeery of it, fel lers, there's more down stairs." Somo of them knew when they took tho first glass that it was loaded, but they didn't pay any attention after ward. Well, you ought to have seen them swill that Btiill'. Why, there were men there drinking split apple juico and whisky that to-day aro holding very high places in tho synagogue. Along toward morning they com menced to meander out toward tho village. When the sun came up next morning thoso good people wore laid along beside the road like a tired regiment that sleeps upon its arms. Hy noon most of the men were taken away und carried home by their friends. When they came to and met on the street corners to talk serenade again they thought that Stevo had rather got ahead of them. NICE SHOOTINQ. A Certain Woolai-v, u Trapper, Cuts a Thruuil With n Uiillnt. "Tho finest rifle shot that over walked the soil of tho West was, a man named 'King' Woolsey, an old timer, who lived near Yuma, "Ariz., in the good old stage days of tho West," said Wallace Mel.aurin. "This man Woolsey was originally from Ohio, No moved to Arizona in his early childhood. "When ho was about tho ago of 10 liis futhor and mother woro killed and scalped by the Apaches. Ho hid In tho rocks and escaped. "Five years later, when ho was a mero boy, ho went on tho warpath for tho Apaches, and ho never spared ono. He could not count exactly how many ho had killed in his life. "Tho last time I saw him was one day whilo tho slago stopped to let the horses rest near Texas Hill, on tho (iihi river, in lST:.'. His fame as a rille shot had spread all over tho West, and the mention of his name filled the Apaches' heart with fear and trembling. "Tho passengers persuaded him to give an exhibition of his marksman ship, and ho consented, lie nailed a board on tho side of a little shanty, and put ion balls at a distance of 100 yards in tho same place, without tho difference of a sixteenth of an inch in 100 shots. "He drove tho nails far into tho board with 1') i moro shots. Kvery ono applauded. Then he took a can non ball, tied it to an iniinitesimally small thread, fastened tho thread to tho limb of a trco twenty feet above tho ground, placed a small-necked bot tlo on the ground. v.:v t:irtod tho bul let swinging to and fro. "He walked back fifty paces, whoeled suddenly around and tired. "Well, gentlemen, you mny stuff mo with sawdust and exhibit me at tho world's fair as the best liar in tho universe if Woolsey didn't cut that string in twain with his rille-ball, and make the bullet drop into the mouth of that bottle." ...ilotlirr Story." "I got my start in life through picking up a pin en the street. I had been refued employment by a banker, and on my way out I saw a pin and " "Oh." thunder! What a chestnut! I've heard of that boy so often. The banker was impressed by your carefulness, and called you back and made you head of tho firm." "No. I saw the pin and picked it up, and sold it for $000. It was a dianond pin." Harper's llazar. Mlcri'u Diilu't Hoffman Howes Ulk a little bit. ;iv Cunaftnt. -That girl can't Howoll Gibson 'S that so? Hoffman Howes Suah. The only thing she said to me the whole even ing was "No," and I had to prof 6te to her to get her to say that. Puck. ABOUT FINGER NAILS. JirknMt Ih Shown by Short nidges Supoi-HtiHmis About Cutting Them. The philosophy of the finder nails I Is a most interesting study, simple though .it may appear at first sight It has been computed that the average growth of the finger nails is 1.32d of an inch per week, or a little more than an inch and a half a year. I he growth, however, depends to a srreut extent, upon the rate of nutrition, and during periods of sick ness it is undoubtedly retarded. It is understood to grow faster in Hummer than in winter, and differs for different fingers, being most raoid in the middle linger and slow est in the thumb and little linger. According to the rate of growth agreed upon by eminent authorities the average time taken for each fingernail to grow its full length is about four and a half months, and at this i-ato a man of 70 years would have renewed his nails 1H7 times. Taking the length of each na.l at half an inch he would have grown seven feet nine inches of nail on each finger, and on all his lingers and thumbs an aggregate of seventy-seven feet five inches. It is asserted by some that tho nails of the right hand grow faster than those of the left. It is interesting to watch the history of a case of disease as recorded upon tho linger nails: we seo on each of them a distinct ridge, showing that tho portion of tho nail which has grown since the acute attack is much thinned out. If a person has broken his arm within eighteen months, tho ridges on tho nails of the hand of the af fected arm may be seen, whilo they will lio absent on the other hand. Tho moro acute tho illness tho sharper will be the ridge. Extreme anxiety and mental depression have tho same effect on tho nails as physi cal disease. The finger nail is a very enduring evidence of disease. If there has been an acute rheumatism in the system, with a temperaturo of 104 or 105 de grees, tho nail will bo cut down sharply. In typhoid fever, where the disease, conies on gradually, there is no sharp cutting of tho nail. There aro several well-known say ings with regard to tho paring of linger nails, and among them are tho following: "Cut them on Monday, cut them for health; cut them on Tuesday, cut them for wealth; cut them on Wednes day, cut them for a lettc; cut them on Thursday for something better; cut them on Friday, you cut for a wife; cut them on Saturday, cut for life; cut them on Sunday you cut for evil, for all of that week you'll bo ruled by the devil." VIRGINIA PENNY. How Sim Suiootlieil tho Wuy for I'iuneer Working Wom.i. More than a generation ago Vir ginia 1'enny wrote the first book ever published to help working women. Miss I'enny was full of enthusiasm for her own sex when working women wore not the fashion, as they aro now. At her own expenso sho trav eled through the most thickly settled portions of tho union, gathering facts and figures about the work of women outside of the throe occupations then open to tho sex housework, teach ing and sewing. There woro not many railroads then and no elevators in business houses. The slender girl traveled hy stage and wagon and climbed the stair cases afoot. Sho visited hundreds of stores, shops and factories, making careful note of all the facts bearing on the question of women's wage-earning employments, actual and possible. As she progressed it becamo clear to her that many of the things men did for a living women could do as well. The information was written out in admirable Knglish and published and republished in a book form, under different names, lirst. "Employments for Women," then "r'ivo Hundred Occupations for Women," and again "How Women Can Make Money." Hut it never profited the author financially, though thousands of volumes were sold. Miss I'enny is now (i." years old and destitute. Happy women are following in the paths she pointed out, some of them earning $.1,000. $.".i 100 and $10,000 a year. Women owe it to her to make Vir ginia Penny's last days comfortable and it must be done at once. Mrs. Eliza Archard Connor of New York city, asks the women of America to help raise a fund for that purpose. Miss Penny will acknowledge by let ter tho receipt of all remittances sent to Virginia Penny, :i,"0 East Seventy-first street, New York city. Not to Itr ( aii.'hl. Strawber Old fellow, 1 have a great scheme. The other day I got acquainted with tho cutter at H very swell tailor's, and he ottered to make my clothes for less than half-price. Don't you want to go in with me? Singerly No. sir: you don't get me caught in any such trap. St raw her W hy not ? Singerly He'll want cash Judge. ChiutMt! Turcot. The extensive authority of parents under the Chinese laws is well known. A Chinese of 40 years old. wJioso aged mother Hogged him every day. fhed tears in the company of one of his friends. "Why do you weep?" "Alas, things are not as they used to be! Tho poor woman's arm grows feeWsr every dav." Triir, Hut Not Strttngr. Jennie A watch is one of the cleverest creatures in the world. Hello Why? Jennie Always has its business so rell in hand. WAS THE GOOSE GRATEFUL. This Hlrd Helped to Save a Farmer I'rom Itulii. Amos Holton of Short Willows, a farming district in the western part of Now London county, is aa honest industrious old fellow, who ha.; lived a life of nearly H) years at Short Willows, where ho owns a small farm. says the .new lorK v oria. Two years ago his wife and daugh ter died, leaving him alone in the world. Tho blow to tho old fellow was a severe one. Ho determined to do the handsome thing by his dead wifo and daughter, and had erected over their graves rather costly monument, for which he was obliged to give the marble- dealer a mortgage on ins iai"m as se curity. Tho mortgage expired December 22, 1892, and as tho time approached for its payment Holton saw that ho was not going to bo able to meet the obligation. Tho man's noighbors became aware of his predicament and a contribu tion of money was made for the pur- poso of liquidating tho debt, but it foil short of the required amount by about 30. It looked vory much as if he would lose his homo. Holton depends during the winter season on his traps for an incomo, One morning while he was looking after somo mini and otter traps along iiignwaue river, nis attention was attracted to a clump of bushes by a peculiar noiso. Ho investigated and found a wild gooso lying in the brush helpless. One of the bird's legs had been shattered by a gunshot. Holton picked up the gooso and took it homo. Ho did his best to heal tho woundod leg, and in about a week's time had the satisfaction of seeing the bird hobbling around ap- parently as well as ever, with the exception of the crippled limb. Ho ion kept half a dozen geese and ho let the wild gooso run with them. Ihe bird seemed to be perfectly satis fied with tho conditions that sur rounded it It ato corn with the other fowls and in a short time was thoroughly established as, ono of Farmer Helton's flock. Ono morning when Holton went ut to feed his fowls tho crippled gooso was missing and he didn't ap pear on tho scene for three days. Tho farmer concluded that it had gone back to its old associates and dismissed it from his mind. On the third morning of the disap pearance of the gooso Holton was out in the yard feeding his fowls when he heard tho "konk, konk," of wild geese. Ho looked up to locate them, whon to his amazement a Hock of goese settled down on the ground a short distance from him and among them was the missing crippled goose, who seemed to be their loader. At lirst the birds were shy of Hol ton. but they soon beeaino fearless o him, and in a couple of di.ys were eating regularly with tho domestic fowls. Holton saw his opportunity. One day ho drove tho geose into a pen and captured t'iem. Three days later he carried twenty-five dressed geese to marKei aim came Home with if id in his pocket. This, with tho money subscribed by his neighbors, enabled Holton to pay oil tho mortgage and to become ono6 more a free man. Gltitl to llHip the Lawyer. The witness on the stand had been bully-ragged by the lawyer until his patience was exhausted. "NoiV," said tho barrister, "you say you saw the prisoner draw his pistol?" "Yes." "Remember you are on your oath." "I'm not forgetting it." You are sure you are telling the truth?" "Sure." "No mistake about It?" "No." "You couldn't bo persuaded into any other statement?" Hero the judge interposed. "Oh. lot him go on, your lordship," pleaded the witness; "he's a lawyer, and ho doesn't know the truth when he sees it, and I'm only too glad tc show him how as far as I can. They Never Die. Insuranco Agent Our rate on that amount would be $50 a year. Customer That is rather more than I want to pay. "Let me see; what did you say your business was?" "I am an oHice-holder." "Eh, well that makes a difference; I'll take off $10. Office-holders are among our best risks." "I suppose you know that I draw a pension from tho government for be ing in the war?" "No, certainly not; that will bring your payments down $15 more. Pen sioners come under the Al XXXX gilt-edgo head." Boston Herald. rrolk-MiKrlni.' KxtitbUshmcnU. The following list shows the num ber of profit-sharing establishments in the different countries: France, ninety-two; Austria, three; Sweden, four; Italy, four; Switzerland, six teen; Germany, twenty-six; Belgium, five; United States, thirty-live; Port ugal, one; Spain, one; England, sixty four; Denmark, four; Holland, five: Russia, one, which makes a total of '-'."") in all. A Heavy l.u.ul. A batallion of infantry carries 150 picks, 150 shovels, ten spades, twenty-live axes, fifty billhooks and four crowbars. An engineer com pany has 130 picks, 130 shovels, six spades, eighty-one axes, thirteen crowbars and two heavy hammers. rerqtiiites. You always wear lino collars and cuffs, Mr. Kink," remarked the col onal to the old darkey. "Yessir," replied Kink; "dat's one advantage of pahmittin1 yoh wife tc tek in wa8hin sah." Puck. THF 18 UK E22 ! . ! i S TWO SPECIALS THE PRICE WAS $e. LAWN MOWERS $4, $4.50 AND $5 PRICES WERE $5.50, $B Sc $6.50. If you need either of the above don'tfail to call. SAUTER Sl HAL.L.OCK BAIN IN TEE SOUTHWEST. The Drouth-Stricken Begion of last Week Is Now Afloat. Special to The Statesman. San Antonio, May 12 The heavi- e&t rainfall ever known in Southwest Texas has occumd during the past forty-eight hours. The situation in the section of country between here and tho f4nlf nnaat a rtiatanna nf 1.0 miles, has changed from that of severe drouth to that of the other extreme, and the cotton and corn crops will be damaged. Half a mile of track and two bridges have been washed out on the San Antonio and Aransas Pass rail way in Wilson county, 20 miles south of here, and all traffic over that line between here and Houston ana coast points has been cut oil'. Today thous ands of acres of farming land in Wil son and adjoining coupties are inun dated to a depth of from two to five feet of water, and it is still raining, flight washouts are also reported to day on the Southern Pacific and the international andUreat IS on hern rail roads. A Popular Remedy. The promptness and certainty of its cures have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It is intended es pecially for coughs, colds croup and whooping cough, and is the most effectual remedy known for these dis eases. Mr. C. li. Main of Union City, Pa., says: "I have a great sale of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I warrant every bottle, and have never heard of one failing to give entire sat isfaction." 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. J. J. Tobin, druggist. DR. 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