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The Daily Bulletin.
Paying for Kissing his Wife.
TWp have hecn mnnvciuos in 'bit'h
v.pnn considered in courts
of justice, and not only considered, but
valued in money and paid for. Hut wo
have never henru unut now
bands could be sentenced for kissing
their wives. The dir-triet court of this
citv.bv a recent decision, now nui "
husband that it is doi aiwuys nuio iu
them to kiss even tueir on iaiu
On Ancnist 6 the ca.o of "kochergin
vs. Koehergin" was tried in the district
court. Catherine Kochergiu sued her
husband, Ivan Koehergin, for 1,000
roubles, due on two bills of exchange
civen bv him to her. The plaintiff, a
voung ana preny woman, ouu
dressed, appeared in person.
"Ivan Koehenrin!" cried the Court.
In answer to the call the defendant
appeared. He was a merchant ot mia
die age, having the manners and char-
aeferistics of Lis class. He was in a
jolly state. ... ,
'tie re we are, neBum,.imuus "i'
fore the bench, and then turning to nu
x-ife he added, sweetly smiling: catn
erine Stepanova, why should we quar
You are in court, sam trie presid
ing Judge severely. "This not the
place for personal explanations."
JITS. KOCUlTin WIVU I'lwruim "-
bills of exchange to the Court.
li this votir sisrnature on tnee
bills?" the defendant was asked.
Yes. it is mine, was the answer;
"there is no use of denying that. But
I am not going to pay them, for thev
are worthless and invalid. I will tell
you how l came io gnu meiu. vom
erine tepanovpa, iuy "in-, reni
times left mv houf-e and went to her
father, Mr. Shustoff. But I love her so
fondlv that I could not stay longwun
out her; 60 I went to see her. -Do you
want vour wite.' saKca miumou; u o
tWn this bill.' Aud I did sign it; 1 sign
ecftwo of them. I gave the bills, not in
echaDre for money, but on account ot
my iove, for kisses from my wife. Oh,
how fond I am of her. If your Honor
orders me to pay these bills it will be
bMiwav robbery!'" roared the defendant.
"Behave yourself," admonished the
"Ah, my dear soul, I understand.
"1 am not vour soul at all," roared
the Court, "and I will punish you if you
An nnt come to vour senses."
But the defendant would not listen to
the Court. He turned his smiling face
m his wife, flun her kisses with bis
hand, and said:
"Catherine btepanovna! how dearly I
Roars of lauzhter shook the court
room. For a moment even tho judges
could not control their features, 'lhe
r.lnintiff blushed, aud the defendant
continued ardentlv to proft.'ss his love
for his wife. When order had been ro-
f-tored the cnurt announced the verdict.
The defendant ordered to pay one
thousand roubles to his wife, and in
case he did not pay, his house was to be
"It is a downright robbery'." shouted
leave trie room at once. Meanwhile
Mrs. Koehergin started out with her
father, but Hie defendant rushed after,
crying: "Catherine fctepanorna: Kate,
1 love you:
The'auditors rushed afterthem. laugh
ing, stamping, and applauding. The
pretty little plaintiff took a droshki and
hurried away, and poor Ivan Koehergin
ran al ter her with his arms outstretched
"Oh, Kate, how I love you!" Moscow
Women Clerks and Their Pay.
A correspondent of tho Brooklyn
Eaylt' writes of the female clerks at
"There is not the smallest prejudice
againct allowing a woman to do a man's
work, but it hurts their consciences for
her to have a man's wages. It is esti
mated that not more than twelve women
in government employ hero get $1,00
a year, but there are hundreds who till
the places of $1,G0() clerks. One woman
clerk in the poritoflke department has
sat for ten years at an $1,800 desk,
drawing all that time $900 a year. An
other did the work of an $1,800 trans
lator in one of the departments for $1,
200 and foolishly got her pay raised to
$l,.r)00, when she was promptly dis
charged and a man put in her place.
She uow has a good place in the agri
cultural department, and some unwise
friend among the senators proposed to
have her pay again raised, but she had
sense enough to declino. Tho work re
quired of the $000 women clerks is
what woultl command in any but gov
ernment employ about $100, but the
work of the men clerks for wliich they
receive $1,200 is exactly the same. The
average hours of work during the year
are about the same; the women lose a
little more time through illness than
men, but the men lose considerably
more time from other causes. No theit
has ever occurred in the treasury through
women, but frequently through the men ;
it is accounted lor by saying that the
women have not the courage to steal.
The women are much more expert in
handling and counting greenbacks; it
constantly happens that counterfeit
notes are passed through half the banks
in the United States and are undetected
until they come into tho hands of the
women experts in the treasury. Thr
fourths of the women in the public
offices are honest and hard working, but
of all the different.Fpecimens of human
ity the average male clerk is about the
poorest. As Chief Justice Chase said
to a young man who applied to him for
an office: "I have ruined two or three
young men that way, and I don't pro
pose to do it any more. I will givo you
something better: Fifty cents to buy an
ax with so that you can go to work."
Chief Brooks, of tho secret service of
the government, says of the reported
raising of postal notes: "Thev raunot
bo successfully 'raU-d' by filling tho
punch-mark made by the poMmusler,
with a pWe of tho nott; punched on an
other ligure. Any piiMmastiT who is so
verdant as to be hoodwinked by that pro
cedure, should be discharged from tho
service. A piece thin inserted would bo
detected by dimply running the lingers
over ii. H blind" man ought to detect
CAIUO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKVINU NOVEMBER 17, 18SS
The Wonderful Gopher.
Four busineM men sat in n Third ave
nue car on their way down town. Look
ing up from his newspaper one. of them
Here's an Item that says gopher
holes make horseback riding dangerous
on the plains. Now, I'd like f) know
what a popher is, anyway," looking
around inquiringly. ,
"A gopher is a striped squirrel," said
a tall man in a tone of quiet assurance.
"You're mistaken, sir," said his
neighbor. "A gopher Is a land turtle,
"I shall have to differ from you gen
tlemen," interposed the fourth man.
"A gopher is neither a strinod squirrel
nor a turtle. It is a kind of rat."
A man on the opposite seat who had
listened to the conversation with evident
'Excuse me, gentlemen, out you aie
11 nfistaken. A copher is a snake. I've
killed lots of 'em, and I know what I'm
"Are vou will n e to back up your
opinion?"' asked the gopher-squirrel
man, taking a roll of bills from his
"Lertainry, sir, nore a luui 5t'
... . rr i. Si .1 .
a gopner is a snaso.
The money was put into the hands of
the gentleman who started the discus-
inn. Hfl acceuiea u uuuer uiuiesi,
in tnat ne was pomuto uini ij"
. . .... . 1 A
was a rrav burrowina 6quirrel. He had
nft-n seen them. A heated discussion
fnltmve.I. in which the words gopner,
snake, squirrel, rat and turtlo figured
prominently, me money in mo sia.o
linliW's hands soon amounted to $25.
It was agreed that Webster 6houlu set
tle the dispute. The gentlemen alighted
from the car. went into a hotel, ana
copy of the "Unabridged" was yto-
Gol-irop-n-D-iroDher here u is,
Faid the stakeholder, as ho ran nis nng-
ore down the nare:
Gopher An animal ot several cuiier-
ent species, iliename was ongiuauy
criven bv French settlers to many bur
rowino animais irom ineir uuuniumir
ino- the earth. In Canada and lllinoi
tiiM imm was civen to a crrav burrow-
r . e . ... w. i i
ing squirrel, west oi mo jusssissipyi un
irAviseonsin to a striped squirrel. In
Missouri, a common species is a poucn
pd rat of a reddish or chestnut-brown
color, with broad, mole-like fore feet,
In Georgia a snake is called dv tue same
name, aud in l- loricta a turue.
As the stakeholder refunded tne mou
ey, ne saiu: uenuemeu, it opjjcaia
that we are all right and an wrong
But wa have at least learned some
thing." New Tork Sun.
A Den of Sea Lions,
Tn amonc the racked rocks, over
which the waters lazily lashed them
fi - - ri-j
selves into froth and foam, Lareo rowed
us. We looked up in awe and wonder
at the dark black rocks, upon whose
liio-lir-r noints could- bo distinctly seen
the nests and the maternal portion
the eaele families who reside there
Through a narrow pass between these
rocks and we are in ft rock-inclosed ba
sin almost beneath the precipitous clitl
of the main island. A pile of smoothly
washed fetones afforded a landing place
waters through a mass of rock. A rail
road train could pass through this tun
nel at low title; at high tide it is sacred
to the wild waves and breakers. To
the right there is a den, and such a den.
too. 1 fere were seen at least two hun
dred little sea liou pups or cubs rolling
and tumbling over the rocks, wholly
unconscious of our presence. It was
not until a shot had been fired and
rocks thrown at them that the large
sea lions became alarmed. They were
not brave and made no attempt to pro
tect their young. On the contrary, as
soon as they saw us looking in "their
nursery they gave loud barks, snorts,
or roars, ami dived deep into the water,
which rose and fell in foamy breakers
at the mouth of the cave. A hundred
could have been caught with eae,
stupid did they appear to be.
A seeond vjsit made to the den by
other meaibers of the party resulted in
the capture of two of the young sea
lion or s"(!U. A little boy, 10 years of
age, ambitious to own a sea lion cub,
followed Mr. Sfely, of Goleta, into the
den. He at once threw himself upon a
young cob almost as large as himself,
wrestled with it in an attempt to force
it iuto a sack, and, as he rolled into the
water with his tinny antagonist, he
cried lustily for help and a larger sack.
With the assistance of Mr. Seeley the
little fellow secured a captive cub and
brought it to the sloop, where he shed
hiij wet clothes and lay basking on the
sunny deck until his clothes dried. He
had got his sea lion pup. Santa Bar
Couldn't Do It.
One of those curious incidents which
every now and then serve to enliven the
marriage license department of the re
corder of deeds took place several days
ago. A young man, evidently from
one of the out wards, applied for a li
cense, and as an earnest of his good in
tentions accompanied it with a dollar
of the fathers. After answering the
usual questions, he emphasized the
statement that the young lady in tho
case was just 24 yeaVs of age. " The re
corder rilled the necessary "blanks, and
notitied the youth to hold' up his right
hand and swear to his statements "as
required by law. The oath was unreel
ed at a 2:10 gait, when suddenly the
uplifted arm dropped, and a sorrowful
"Hold ou, jedge, I can't take that
The recorder stopped short, biting off
a sentence in the middle, and inquired
what the matter was.
"Well, you see, she's 28, and I can't
swear to that 24 business,'1 was the
A look of holy horror overspread the
countenance of the recorder, as he in
formed the youth of his narrow escapo
from the perils of the law mnde aud
provided for perjury. The license was
then readjusted to suit the occasion,
and the young man departed happy.
Knmas City Journal.
A Vienna cabman has lighted his cab
by means of hii incnndeHccnt lamp. A
dynamo attached to the r1h generates
current -when the cab is miming, which
is stored in ivvimiulators and used as
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