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THE OMAHA DAILY BBEi SATURDAY , OCTOBER 22. 1881
THE DAILY BEE MAHA PUDLISHINQ CO , , PROPRIETORS 010 harnnam , bet. Oth anil 10th Street * . TKUMS OK SUHSCnllTIOX Onocopylyear , In ( ulvincopi ( li > all$10.C ) < months " . . . . 5.0 months " ' 3.0(1 ( RAILWAY TIME TABLE. US CARD rillCWO , T. Mt'l. , MIMtKArOUS IND OMAHA lUILKlUD. Ixvuo Oinahft No. 2 through rAwnp-cr , 11 . tn. No. 4 , Onktiml ( avenger , hSOx : in. ArrhoOinaliv-No. 1 , through ( ttsicnjfor , 2:46 : w. No , 3 , Oakland pM&eriKir , 6:30 : ( i. ID. tlAVINO OMAHA RABT OR 80U1II BOUND. 0. , n. ft Q. s n. m. 3:40 : p , m. C. & K. Wv 0 n. in. 3UO y. ni. C. , It. I. & ( ' . . 0 x in. HMD p. m. K. c. . St. J. & C. ! . , lca\cs nt s i. m. nml 0:30 : p. in. ArrUcsatSt. Louis nt 6:30 : n. in. and 5:62 : 1 > . in. tV , . fit. I , , i Plc.i\c < nt S a. in. nml 3:40 : p. m. Atrhcs at ht. Urnls ntOIO : a. in. aiut 7:30 : . m. WMT OR BODlirKint. ! ' n. k M , In Neb. , Through i\prcs : ? , 8Bi : . in. 11. & 11. Lincoln Freight. 7:00 p. tn. U I1 Kinross , 12:16 : p. m. O. ft n. V. lor Lincoln , 10.20 n. m. O. A H. V. lor Ojcooln , 0:40 : a. m. U. I' . lr l-'ht No. 6 , 6:30 : ft. in. U. P. Irclpht No. U , fc:15 : a. m. V , 1' . height No. 7 , 6:10 : p. in. emigrant. U. 1frclirht No. 11 8:26 : y. in. AllHlV ] a FROM BAST AHD HOCTII. 0. I ) . & O. , 6:00 : n. ID. 7:26 : p m. C. 1 N. W. , : I5 n. in. 7:25 : p. in. C. K. I.l\DIDa. : ui.-0.0fip. m. K. C. , St. Joe tiO 11. , 7:40 a. in. 0:46 : p. m ARRIVING ntoii Tim WEST AND sonuwrat. 0. & It. V. from Lincoln 12lS : ! p. in. U. P. Kxpnra 35p. m , B i .M.in Nub. , Through Kxprou 1:16 : p. id. It. ft M. Lincoln 1'rcliht 8.35 tn. U. P. Freight No. 10-1:40 : p. in. No. C 4:25 : p. in. Emigrant. No. 8 10.60 p. m. No 12 11:35 : n. in. O , & R , Y. mixed , nr. 4:35 : p. m. jtourn. Nobnwka Division of the St. P.vil fc Sioux City Itovl. No. 2 tux\oa Omalu 8:50.1. : m. No. 4 lew ca Omni n 1.30 p. in No. 1 nrrh CD nt Oi.uha at 6.30p.m. Ho. B nrrhes at Omaha at 10:60 : . in. DU.MHY TRAINS imrwKKN OMAUA ASD COU.MU. M.UKW. LCA\O Omaha nt j:00 : , 0.00 and 11:00 : a. al. | 1:00 : 2.00 , 1:00 : , 4:00 : , 6:00 : and 0.00 p. in. Lca\ Counch HlulT < < at 8:25 , 9.25 , 11:26 : a.m. ; 1:25 , 2:25 : , 3.25 , 4:26 : 6:25 anil 0:26 : p. m. SundajH The dummy lea\ui Onnhu at 0.00 nd 11:00n. : . m. ; 2.00 , 4:00 : and 5:00 : p. m. Loc Council lllutTd at 9:25 : aod 11:25 : a. m. ; 2:26 : , 4:26 : and 6:25 : p. in. Opening and Closing of Malls. orr.s. GLOSS. n. m. p. m. a. in. p. in. OhlcnjfO&N. W 11.00 9:30 : 4:30 2:40 : Chicago , U I. t lttclllo.ll:00 : 9.00 4:30 : 2:40 Chicago. It. & O. . . . . .11:00 : 9.00 4:30 : 2:40 : Watauh 12:30 : 4.30 2:40 : Sioux City nnd 1'aclflc. . 11:00 : 4:30 : Union Pacific E:00 11:40 : ] Dmaha&H. V 4.00 11:40 : D.&M. InNch 4:00 : 8:10 : 6:30 : Ouinha& Northwcrtcrn. 4:30 : 7:30 : Local malls for State cJ lena lca > o but once o d y\iz : 4:30 : n , m. A Lincoln Mill Is also opened at 10:30 a. m. OIUco open SunilajB ( rom 12 m. to 1 p. m. T1IOS. F HALL P. II. Business Director. Abstract and Real tstate. JOHN L. McCAQUE , opposite Post Offlcc. W. R. BARTLETT 3ft South 13th Street. Architects. DUFRENE & MENDELSSOHN , ARCniTKCT3 P.oom 1 Crcighton Block. A. T. LARGE Jr. , Room 2. Ciotehton Block. Boots and Shoes. JAMES DlsVINE & CO. , Fine Boots and Shoes. A ( 'ood assortment ol home uork on hand , corner 1-tli and Haniey. TIIOS. EU1CKSON , 8 E. cor. 16th and Douglas. JOHN FOUTUNATUS , 60510th street , inanutacturcs to order good work kt fair prices. Repairing done. Bed Springs. J. F. LARRIMKR Manufacturer. 1517 Douirlasst. 4 Books , Navvs and Gtatloncry < . J. I. FRUEIIAUF 1016 Farnhim Street. Butter and Egcs- McSHANR k SCHllOEDKR , the oldest B. and E , houo In Xchraska cstablishod 1875 Omaha. CENTRAL RESTAURANT , MUS. A. RYAN , southwest corner lOthaml Dodfto. Unit Board for tiie Money. Satisfaction Guaranteed , lieali at all Hours. Bo rd by the Day , Week or Month. Good Terms for Cash. Furnished llonms Supplied. Uarrlaccs and Hood WM SNYDER , 14 th and Harney Htreote. Jewe ers. JOHN BAUSIER 1S14 Farnham Street. Junk. H. BEPTHOII > ( lUes and Metal. Lumber , Lime and Cement. FOSTER & Gil AY corner bth and Douglas SU. Lamps and Glassware. J. BONNEtt 1309 Dowlas St. Good Variety. Merchant Tailors. O. A. LINDQUKST , One of our most popuhr Merchant Tallora Is re- colvliig the latest deigns for Sprldff and Summer Goods for gentlemen a wear. Stylluli , durable , and Drlces low as o cr 216 13th bet. DOUU. & Farn. Millinery. MRS. 0. A. RINQER , Wiolesalo and Retail , Fan cy Goods in great variety , Zephj rs , Card Boards , lioeicry , Glotis , Corsets , io. Cheapest House In OioWcst. Purchasers K\\O 30 per cent. Order br Mall. 116 Fifteenth Street. ( oiindry. JOHN WEARNE & SONS , cor. 14th & Ja < keen st * h lour and Feed , OMAHA CITY MILLS , 8th and Farnhsm 8ts. , Welehans Bros. , proprielsrs. Urocers. Z. STEVENS , 21st between Cumlng ml IrJir T. A. McSHANK , Corn. 23d and Cumlnp Streets. Hardware , Iron and Steel. DLAN & rjANdWOUTHY , Wholesilo , 110 snr1 112 16th street A , HOLMKS corner 16th and California Harness. Saddles , &c. B. WEIST 2018th fit. bet FarnHarnev , Hotels ANFIELD HOUSE , Gea. Canflcld.Oth & Famhum DOIIAN HOUSE , P. II. Gary , 018 Farnham Ht. SLAVEN'S HOTEL. T. S cn , 10th St. Southern Hotel , Ous. Hamel tltli & Lcav cnworth Olothlng Bought. 0 .SHAW will pay highest Cat.li price for second bund clothlnr. Corner 10th arid Karnlmm. Dentists. DR. PAUL , Williams' Block , Cor. 16th & Dodge. Drugs , Paints and Oils. KUHN & CO. Phumaclstt , Fine ? ano Uoodi , Cor , Uth .nd DoufUi ktrooU W. J. WHITEHOUfE , Wholceale d Retail , ICth 8t. .0. FIELD , 2022 North HWa Cumlng Street. . PARR , Druggist , 10 tn and Howard Streets. Dry Qoorls Notions , Etc , JOHN H. F. IEJ1MANN & CO. , New York Dry Goods Store , 1310 and 1S12 F m- ' ham itrsot. L. 0. Kncwold olao boots and ohooa 7th It PaclHn. rurulture. A r. GROSS , New and Becond Hand Furniture oil Stores , lilt POUKUO. Jllghwt caeh price fcld for second hand 20001. BONNtUl 1809 Domri * t. Flno goods , &c. Pawnbrokers. R09KNFELD. lOth St. , bot.'far. < r Hsr Fence vyorki. co , OUST , FRIES & CO. , 1X18 Harney St. , Improve- ed Ice Boxes , Iron and Wood Fencoa , Office U&lUnirs , Counters of I'lne ted Walnut , Florlit. A. Donnfh ( , rtint ( , cut flowcru , tccils , boquct tc. N , Vft cor. IRth ni Donclw streets. Civil Engineers find Surveyor * . ANDREW UOSKWATKH , Crdshlon Block town Sunej-B , Onulo anJ Sewerage Sj-stonu r Specialty. Commission Merchant * . JOHN 0. WID LIS.W4 DolRo , Street. D II. 11KEMER. For details eeo hrgo aihcrtlsc mcnt In Dnllv and Weckb' , Clnnrs and Tobacco. WEST A F1UTSCDER , inanulMturcnot , nd WTiolomlo IHialera In Totnuco * . 1305 l > outH < , \V. F. LOHKN7.EN inMiutitcturcr 61110th street. ' Cornice Workt. tt'coicrn Cornice WotVs , Mamiinctmcra Iron Cornice , Tin , Iron and Slate HoofllnK. Orders from any locality promptly cxctulnl In the best onnncr. Tactory Mid Oll'ce 1213 Ihniey St. GaUanlzctl Iron Cornices. Window Caps , etc. , manufactured nnd put up In any part of the country. T. HIM 101,1) ) 110 Thirteenth utrrct Orocl-ery , J. BONNER 1509 DouulM street. Good line. Clothing and Furnishing Goods. QEO. II. PKTKIISON. Also llatx , Caps , Hoot * , Shoce , Notions and Cutlery , 804 S. 10th street. Refrigerators , Canflold's Patent. 0. F. QOOmfAN llth St. bet. Farn. A. Hurnov. Show Case Manufactory. ) 0. J. WILDE , Manufacturer nnd Dealer In all kinds ol Show Cisos , Upright Canes , A 1317 Ciss St. FRANK I. . GEnilAlU ) , proprietor Omaha ShowCase inamituctor ) , BIS South 10th street , between I , i\cn otlli and Marcy. AH goods Harrnntid fli > t Stoves ana Tinware. A. BURMESTER , Dealer In Stovci and Tinware , and Manufacturer of Tin Roofs and all kinds of Building Work , Odd Fellow s'lllock. J. 110NNER. 1309 Douglas St. Good nnd Cheap Seeds. J. RVANS , Wholesale and Retail Seed Drills and Cultivators , Odd follows H\ll. Physicians nn1 Surgeons. W. S. GIBBS , M. D. , Rjom No 4 , Crelghton Block , 15th Street. I' . S. LKISENR1NO , M. D. Masonic Block. C. L. HART , M. U. , Eye and Ear , opp. postoflke DR. L. B ORADDY. Oculist and Aurlst , S , W Hlh and Farnham Sts PhotogropMers. OEO. IIRVN. PROP. Grand Central Gallery , 212 Sixteenth Street. near Masonic Hall. First-class Work and Prompt- now guarantee ! ' Plumbing , Gas and Steam Fitting. P. W. TARPY & CO. . 210 12th St. , bet Fnrnham and Douglas. WorK prompt ! } attended to. D. riTZI'ATRICK. 1409 Douslas Street. Painting nn apcr anglng , HENRY A. KOSTllRS. 141 Uodjre Street. Shoo Stores. Phillip L < T , 1320 Farnnaru et. bet , 13th & 14th. Second Hand Store. PERKINS & LEAR , 1416 Douglas St. . New and Second Hand Furniture. House Furnishing Goods , &c. , bouirhtand sold on narrow margins. tjaloons. HENRY KAUFMANN , In the nmr brick block on Dounlaa Street , has just opened a most elegant Bi > cJ Hall. Hot Lunch from 10 to 12 u\cry da ) . ' CMcdonm " J FALCONKR. 670 10th Street Undertakers. CHAS. RIEWE , 101U Faruham bet. 10th & lltd. 00 Cent Stores. P. C BAOKUH. 1205 Farnham St . Fancy Goods KENNEDY'S" EAST - INDIA ILER & CO. . d Sole Manufaoturera. OM * _ HA. PAPER WAREHOUSE.c S II i * IIa 217 and 219 North Main St. , St. Louis , WllOIiK AI.i : UKALEKa IN BOOK , i DADCRQ JwniTisai a NEWS , f rMrtno IWIIAPPINQ ENVELOPES , GAUD BOAUD AND Printers Stock. rZTCasli paid for toga onil Papur Stock , fifra u Iron and Metals. . Paper Stock Warehouse * 1223 to 1237. Nortli " To Nervous Sufferers THE GREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY. Di % J. B. Simpson's Specific ' It Is the for Semlna a IKJHJ cure Kprrmatoirhca , "l VeokncBS , Imintancy , and all diseases resulting "la rom Self-Abuxo , au Mental Anxiot ) , Loss' a Kinory , t'olna In the Bock or Side , and diseases that lead to Consumption ciu Insanity and ciHi early Kra\e Hi The Specific Hifl Medicine In fln being used n : nltll wonderful af ful nucicss. Pamphlets ont free to all. Write for them and get full par li iculars. litl Price , Specific , Jl.OO per package , or lx pack tlHi eel for 85.00. Address all onkrs to Hi B. SIMSON MEDICINE CO. Hisi si Nos. 101 and 100 Main bt. Buffalo , N. Y. Sold In Omaha by 0. F. Goodman , J , W , Bell , , K Ish , and all aru < glstsovcrywherc. tc Propos als lor Sotver Bonds- Scaled proposnls will bo received until October 20th , 1881 , at 1'- , noon , by tliu City Clerk of Omaha , county of Doii 'lax. State of Nebrankn , anil will , at that hour , be opened for the nuiohofso of ? T)0,000.00 of the IMSUO of $100,000.00 of Sewer IJnniU , 1'irnt Series , of the City of Omaha. Said bonds ore dated September lnt , 1881 , is nre in Hums ol 81,000.00 each , bear intercut from their date at the rate of uls per cen ; tum per annum , payable at the office of Kountzo Jiros. , Now York , ftemt-annually , n ) upon couponu attached ; oatd bouda are Issued under the Chatter power of n i < l ity nftcr election duly held authorizing ttsi heir issue r'ir tlio completion of Sewer * siol mrtly con tnictcd. nnd for the conitruc- A ion of additional Sewers. The moOO.OO olst low offered nro the first told of Bald lionda , * * 13id8 will be nddreRBt to the underulpned , and muet Ktate ths full nanio and of the iildder , the amount of Bald Homlx w denired , and the price nroponcd to bo paid. wHi The right la rcneryea to reject any and all bids. J , J , L. 0. JKWUTT , nept20-30t. City Clerk. Prof , W , J , Anflor's Select Danc ing Academy , ' A , Hoipe , Jr. Hall , | C0 | Dodge 8t. Haw for gentlemen commencing Tuesday oven- , Oct. 4 , Clua for ladled conimtncmir Thurs- , Oct. 0. T rnis liberal. The mutbod * I bi.ro for tcachlujf Uio Waltz , Olid ) , by : c. ; I can guarantee perfect tatlifoctlon o cbolors. For terms , &c. , call at A. Hoipo , r. , r tMica 1110 Capitol A\e. slTdlm THE STAGE DRIVER'S ' WIFE By Annabel Wrlphl. Four bay horses dnshoil in fine st vl up to Iho door oflho inn , pulling lie hind fhoin tliu gorgeous red stnu Mhlclt sw.ijed nnd re-clod nnd rocku in n fashion thnt innda the inoro nervous vous nasscnsersvinco and shiver. llollister throw his reins to tin stnblo boy , nnd wont into the house Hu was n blnlf , big-listed follow ratlior rough looking ui hii wolf skii overcoat and bnmd-visorcd c , p , No body over doubted the kintlncsa o licart under thnt unpolished exterior liuw over. Now , ns ho tnnnped through tin biy hull , on Itia way to the bar room ho paused at the sight of n foinalu fig uru in ono dim comer , with her fxco ; dropped into both hands , nnd her hole altitude ono of sorrow mill de spair. Tlio liguro \\i\9 slender niii' jounu , chid in u well-worn gray suit , nnd the liands on which the brown head was bowed were white and deli- c.itc. c.itc."I beg your pnrdon , nia'ain. Are you in trouble } Caul bo of acrvieo to yon ? " Then the girl looked up , and IIol- listor reeognii'.ed the da'ighter ' of n man \\holmd been at tliu inn for aonu weeks n man whom the driver hail no hesitation in cla&sing aa an adven turer and a blackleg. Ilo had pitied tlio girl on that night when ho had first seen her when ho liad brought them out from the city ; for she Hoetncd a lady , with her quiet ways and her wistful eyes , and not at til fitted for n lifo oi "Bohemmmsin , iuch us it was evident her father was ending her. She looked up , I say , nnd meeting : hu expression of honest kindliness in Prank Hollistor's clear gray eyes , she struggled a moment for self-control , and then burst iiuo tcnra. Frank squared hia broad shoulders > eforo her in order to screen her from ; ho curious gnzo of any who might ) asH tlnougli the hall , nnd waited in silenco. Presently the girl raised her head onoo more , looked at him with tear- itaincd eyes and said with quivering ips : "I am in trouble , sir. Yours are : ho first fiiendly works I have heard : o-day. My father , " hero a crimson lush dyed her fair brow "my father ios left me ; where ho has gene I do lot know. I am absolutely alone imoni ; sti.ingcrs'and our bill hero ia unpaid , .Kor ono instant Frank looked at lor doubtfully , and then with a snd- l"n rush of self-shamo and chivaly , lis hand went into his breast-pookot ind drew therefrom a big lenthoi iockct-book. Tlio girl made a little indignant jeatuvo , and looked at him with wide- ipcncd , haughty eyes. "Sir ! I scarcely expected ait in sult ! " Whereupon Prank liegan a hurried uid indignant repudiation of her iu- sinualion. lie insult n woman ! lie. who had the dearest mother and the sweetest little sister in the world , away off there in the eastern states , irayimr for him ! "P'laps I ain't so dainty in my choice ot words as I might be , lady. L'ni a rough fellow at best ; but I'm dreadful soft-hearted where a woman .s concerned. ] f you choose to look mo as a friend and a straight man ono tli.it never gees back ou his word , you shan't bo disappointed. Now , then , liow c.m I servo yon ? " The big pocket-book had disap peared , and the girl's face softened at liis rough gallantry. She extended ono littio hind frankly. "Forgive mo , sir ; I know that you are all that you seem. I cannot ac cept any pecuniary aid from you or any one. The landlord has ofl'ured mo i situation as table girl. I shall accept it , , .nd in that way can pay our in debtedness. Thanks for your kuid- nces. I ahull not forget it. " With a little flitting smile she slipped pod past him and went swiftly up the dark stairway , while the driver pro ceeded to the bar-room , 'where the men wcio talking , laughing , smoking and drinking. Hero llollister listened to a detailed account of the disappearance of Col. Preisy , interspersed with various comments concerning him and his daughter Cora. Piossy WM stigmati'/ed as a cheat , villain and a sponge anything and everything , they called him , but an honest man. There wcro some ex pressions of sympathy for the girl , but it was easy to neo that she waa not liked. Miss Prcssy had held her self too far aloof from every ono in the ' house to win the approval of this fieo-and-easy western community. Ono loutiih looking follow , leaning ngainst the bar-rail , rumark how , with sneering grin : "That gal's a mighty 8tuckup little sritter reckon she won't put on any more airs with me ! " and ho sent a jtrenm of tob.icco . juice in n very skillful - ful manner straight into the mouth of spittoon which occupied the center the room. Hollistur , who had been a silent listener until now , crossed leisurely to bhh extraordinary marksman , and , itriking hint a light blow upon the moulder , Haid evenly and distinctly : "Look hero , Jerry , you don't want > talk any more like that about Miss Pressy. " Thi.ro wan a dead silence for the mace of h.ilf a nntiuto , and then Jerry , laughing uneasily and Hushing under the driver's keen eyes , said with an ittcmpt at facctioiiBiiL'SH : ' Goin' to many her , Frank ? " "i oxppctto , " replied Frank coolly , ho turned to select a cigar from the ase. ase.Thero There wcro no more insinuations tuainst Cora Pressy in his hearing , riio daughter of an unknown adven turer , no matter how'thorough n lady me might seem , and the sweetheart the jolly , keen-eyed , strong-armed itago-drivor , were two different per- ions , nnd when tholonly girl entered upon her new duties the next day , she ivns surprised at the kindness and con- idcratiou of all about hor. Frank did not try to weaken the impression which his words had mado. Ilo know that it would bo her surest protection ; and ho felt an intense do- lire to protect und to help her she rt'us so delicate and sorrowful , no abso- lut ly alone , now thnt her unnatural parent had deserted her. Two or three uneventful days wont , Cora filling her now situation ivith satisfactory promptness. Every night , on the arrival of ilollUttor singe , she was left to wait \tpun him in the dining room. She felt an instinctive confidence in this big , bluff , sun-burned follow. Tlioro was n bond of sympathy grow ing between them which she had no de ire to broak. Ono day , twenty miles down his route , Frank ho.ml a bit of news which worked him into a fever ot im patience. Never bad the whip curled so sharply over the Hanks of his sturdy horses ; never had ho made bettor lime than on that day , \\lion it scorned to him but a snail's space. At last , however , the stage drew up before the inn whoso roof sheltered the girl who , in a tew short days , had grown inexpressibly dear < o the driver. Ilo held a hurried consultation with tlio hostler which resulted in the luttot' agreeing t" drive tlio stngo on to ita destination for si certain sun. of monov Then I'Vank wont into tlio long din ing room , and Boating himself at out ol tlio small tables in a secluded corner nor , ho waited for Cora I'ressy. Ilo lluihnil tn the roots of his crispy curl 1115 town n ir as heat at hor. She noticed it , and \\n silently , thinking , meanwhile , that ho was not half a bud looking follow , with his broad brow , honest eyes ami Inn lips. "Miis Corn , " ho said , rather n\vK kvnrdly , " 1 would like to have you ride with mo this evening , if you will. [ have something of importance to tell you,1' he added hurriedly , growing redder than ever with emlurrnssment Cora looked at him wistfully. Was t soinithing about her father ? .But who dared not put the thought into words there were too many about. So she merely bowed her head in ac ceptance of his invitation , and went aw ay. Half an hour later she wan tucked intw a trim little cutter beside him , dashing along over the white moon lit road , and waiting anxiously tor him to reveal the matter of importance at which ho had hinted. Hut Frank was curiously sUont foi a long whilo. It seem to. Cora that he would never speak. At last , with a sudden cllbrt , ho said : "Miss Cora , you've known mo only a. few days , but you've soon enough of mo to know that I am a blunt spoken follow , so T hope you won't bo upset by what I'm going to say. I'm not much of a line gentleman , but I haven't any very bad habits and make n fair living , and and well , I want n wife , little gal , and I love you. If you'll have mo , I'll do my prettiest to make you the happiest woman in the country. " Cora smiled up at him through tear' filled eyes , and this gave him courage to slip ono arm over the back of the cutter and draw her closer to his side. She m ill-mured something about being - ing almost n stranger to him ; but Frank , grown wonderfully bold , press ed with Jus lips the lids over the girl's d.uk eyes , : iud queried : "Do jou love any other man ? " "No , " she answered , honestly enough ; "J believe you are the bebl man I over know. " Whereupon Frank kissed her again , upon the lips this time , nnd made : i second proposition , to which at Ural uho would not listen. But the u'il" and the energy of her carnest-heartiK wooer curried the day , and the icsull was a call upon a justice of the peace and when they ro-entored the irii | the night the girl was Cora Pressy no longer , but Cora Hollistor , am Franks face was radiant and tnumpl : ant. ant.In In the dingy waiting-room an excited - cited crowd was gathered. Frank endeavored to liurry his wife past the doorway , but her quick glance had caught a glimpse of a fa mihar figure. , "Father ! " she cried , and stopped into the room. 1'es , there ho was , haggard and dis hovelled , with blood-shot oycs and un- sliavoti face. Ho might have boon line-looking once. There was juat the ghost of a debonair about him still despite his wretchedness. An oflicer guarded him on cither side. "What has ho done ? " cried Cora , with pallid lips. Some one in the crowd answered bru ally enough : "Killed a brother gambler twenty miles luck. Thoy'ro taking him through the city. " Then the poor little bride wont into a ( lend faint in her hush.iiid's arms , and ho carried bur up-Ht.iirs with hia brown chock against her white ono. All night he watched beside her while she wont from one deathly swoon into another. At last in the gray morning she amilod sadly into her husband's eyes , and whispered : "Do not bo troubled. 1 will go away. " 'Not if I can help it , " answered Frank , with a grim set of his under- lip.Then Then all at. once ho put his face down on the pillow beside her and began to cry like a two-year-old baby. With her slender hands she stroked the man's big curly head , and talked to him in a sweet , weary way that wont straight toiiis warm heart. "Dear friend , " HIO ! said , "I know how unselfish you are , but I will not allow you to make such a sacrifice. You shall not share my shame , " "Look hero , little woman , I know- all about thi.s affair yesterday morn ing ; that's why I was in such a rush to got married } , ' I know they would bring Colonel Pruflsy thiough hero , and knew if I did not make sure of you then , that 1 never should got you. My little darlin1 ifo , " ho wont on , kissing her hair , and oycs , and lips ; "thank God nothing can separate us nothing but death. " a And looking into horhusband'soycs Cora knew that hero wan her , safe [ homo and shelter for evermore. My readers would sot mo down as an unsatisfactory story teller were I to omit the soqual. Colonel Prcssy committed suicide a month later in hia prison cell , Frank took his little wife away to his eastern homo , where she lives a contented little matron , proud and happy in her husband's love , and the possession of a cooing , bright-faced baby , > Liquid Gold- Dan'l Plank , of IJronklyn , Tloga county , 'u. , < ! e cribcfl It thuxi "I rode thltty mllod for a botfle of THOHAH' KCLKOTIUU ) a , which Effected thu wonderful cure of crooked limb In tlx nppllcutlonn ; It roved worth inoro than gold to me. " 17codlw GOSPEL GYMNASTICS. ThoPocuHnr Porfonim-iiccn of Iho Hey Pronohor. San I'rMKiico Chronicle , Even so early an 7 o'clock Inst night all the permanent and temporary seats of the main lloor and the vast gallery of Howard street Methodist church , nnd , with the exception of the ninlus , which were kept passable , all the standing room , tvon the stairs in the U'slibulf , were densely tilled with fur- vent devotees , nith curious auditors , Mid with persons balancing evenly between sudden convorsoa and con tinued indifference. Among Iho mass of faces could bo occasionally recog nized one of an intcresti'd profession- d ; and chief among these , olovatcd on Itis long and attenuated poison , was the thin , sharp visage of llallenbeck , liimsolf a mighty reaper in the ( told , and who has just returned from the 'ainering of a plentiful harvest in the fields of Honolulu , us fertile of crop imminently needing llueshing a < i is even San Francisco itself. Mr. Hal- lonbvck watched the proceedings ol the evening with the skilled oyen ol an export , perhaps a trillo critical ol the methods of a lival worker in the grainlands of grace. The vast con gregation was kept pleasantly occupied singing nil impartial way through the affecting melodies of the Harrison hymnal till about TiHO o'clock. The nervously rapid boy preacher dashed out of the vestry room in the roarul the pulpit and upon the chancel plat form. The more lymphatic Uov. Dr. .lewell follow oil. Both immediately knelt on the lloor , and extending the upper portions of themselves prone upon llio surfaces of chnirs , indulged in n few minutes of silent prayer. Tin : Acuoit.vTif uvAjfiir.usT. The boy preacher , who is now a maturing juvenile of - ( ! , with an ah normally largo head , abnormally clip ped of its brown hair , with wild dark eyes , with face clean shaved , but not to say very recently , with naturally slender tiguro unnaturally attenuated , nnd with most capacious foot , seemed then to bo bounced into the air by some spring in the lloor , and lighting on his tccL dashed at the commenda ble business of the evening. Demos thenes , a pagan , and a lay pagan at that , when ho sontcutiously returned the unvaried answer of "action" ton series of'cxhnustivo questions put to him as to what constituted the essence of eloquence , imparted a IOBBOII which appears to have been learned to its nt tot moat limit , and for the spread of the Gospel by the boy preacher. Head , shoulders , hands , body , legs and feet are all put through all varieties ot swift and remarkable motion , some times singly , sometimes altogether , and often in the endless combination which the many single factors enable If the auditor could for a moment for got the sacred object of thesp brillianl and over-varying contortions ono might easily suppose him an athluto , inspired with a now and startlinu con ception of the postures into which the pel-son can bo compelled. And as ho durts from ono side to auother of the platform , as ho bears swiftly down ti its front , or rotreati rapidly to the rear , or in the more fervid pass ages as ho bounds "recklessly fron the platform altogether andspiings 01 the altar railings or leaps over then and dashes up the aisles , ono miglr imagine him to bo tjio sole person it charge of a tubular boiler. Corlis engine , saw nnd plaining mill , and tha if ho should not bo in every place a ono time the whole establishmen would explode. His enunciation i distinct , but his voice is thin am harsh , frequently goini ; to pieces in a high falsetto , and a peculiarity of hi almost chanting mode of deliver } ' is i wonderful elongation of every lourtl word of his discourse. Aside from tin boy preacher himself the mooting hai many of the sterling characteristics o the old-ti tno revivals , notably that o fervent and frequent nmcns and othui ororotundo approvals of the preacher's utterances. The Rov. Dr. .Jewell was exceptionally affective in this suhsidary work. A HKUMON ON 8AI.VATIO5 , Several hymns werosung , with utter ances injected between the verses bj the watchful preacher. The sermon was on the momentous question , "Aro You Saved ? " He divided the congre gation by imaginary lines into differ cut section , ono ot which , he said , thought it was saved , another hoped it was savedanother , trusted it was saved ind another behoved it was suvod. Thu fact of the business , however , was that none of them wore savc > d. At the conclusion of the sermon eleven young people camoand kelt at the altar niil- nts nnd pntyed , either because of .heir conversion or bccauso they de sired to bo converted. After prayer with them and over them the meeting was dismissed. Ho loved 'tlio Flag- Detroit free I'rttH. A Woodward avenue snlooniflt was lecorating hi" bar the other day with small Hugs when a stranger who hud ust got outside of four inches of vliisky , leaned his elbows on the bar nnd observed : "Stranger , I do love that Hag. " "Do , on ? " "You bet I do. " " \Voro you in the war ? " "Not exactly , but my heart was hero. " "Where was your body ? " "Say , that's the only thing I blame his government for. 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