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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; FRID'AY , JULY 29. 1887. '
A CABLE LINE FOR LINCOLN. Material For Constructing Three Miles of * r Eoad Already Ordered , THE STREET RAILWAY BOOM. Eometlilii About llio Ilntidsoino New- Court House to Ho Krcutnd In the or Interest. [ most run IIHE'S MNCOT.X ntmnAu.l The new cable line is an assured fnct , nnd work was practically commenced on Jt yesterday by graders who were at work on E street. The motor house has been localcd on lliat street nnd grading work lias been commenced in the vicinity of Hint location. The absorbing question as what slreols llieir line will occupy in their route from Ihe depot to E street is not yet decided , and the open question Is being watched with eagerness by prop erty owners. The cable line company , through its roprescntalivo who was re cently in Now YorK City , purchased ma- tcrialfor three miles of track : Much of this material has been shipped , nnd a part of it is already on the grounds ready to bo planted. With the motor road under construction in the north part of the city , with lines to the fair grounds nnd West Lincoln , and now with Iho cable- line throwing dirt in Iho south ) > art of the city , it looks as though Lin coln had a boom in street car construc tion that meant business , and exhibits the confidence Iho corporal ions have in Iho city. It is expected that cable cars Will bo running before the snow Ilics. , TIII : NIW : COUIIT iiousn , Lincoln people nro encouraged by the - notion of llio county commissioners in jigreoing upon plans for a court house , in Ihu fact Ihal work must commence at nn early uay upon Ihe building in this cily , for the construclion of which $200- 000 in bonds wore yotod by the people of Lancaster county. The plans nccepled , those of E. E. Myer & Son , of Detroit , call for a very handsome and substantial building , the picture of which can bo ficen at Iho olhccof the county commis- ploncrs. Thn plans were selected nflor careful consideration on Iho part of llio county board and Ihoy arc confident that they have been directed in their line of choosing in llio right direction. The building called for by the plans is to bu 140x208 feet in size , CO feel in heighlh from ground lo cornice , and to be sur- inounted with a dome and tower 140 fuel in helghth. Litigants will bo interested to know that the historical slaluu of Justice is not localcd on the pinnacle of the dome as in Omaha to bo as far re moved from the proceedings as possible , bill on thu Lincoln building Iho some what venerable personage will occupy n position on the roof over the inain entrance. Bv this arrangement jurors who are confined in the upper chambers wrestling for a verdict , can in the stilly night crawl out upon Iho roof nnd consult Justice at short range. .Among tlio multitude of provisions in llio rooms of llio new building there is ono that is something of a departure from former ways in the wild west. There will bo especially arranged for the com fort nnd convenience of the jurors , a Jury bedroom furnished with nn ntlend- ing bath room , FO perfectly guarded nnd protected that the bather who enters will leave hope of escape witli his clothing , liuhind. A detailed description of the building is furnished in the plans show ing Ihu slzn of the difl'oront rooms , the use for which each is intended , thu light , comfort and convenience of each , and the entire picture presents a building of which the city and county will undoubtedly foul proud. The city has n court house block centrally located upon which to build , nnd thu location is a sightly one. It need wet cause any surprise if when the building - ing is completed , it overshadows the fitrUo capitol that will cost over double the sum to bu expended for the court liouse. TO OKRANIZh A RnOIMI'.NT. Officers of the Uniform division Kmghls pf Pythias from eight divisions located in the South Platte country wcro con gregating at this city yesterday for the purpose of organizing a regimunt. Tlio towns having divisions that form this regimunt are .Lincoln , Plattsmoulh , JNobraska City , Hastings , Aurora and RlcCook. Lincoln has three of the divisions. The olllcers of the divisions are entitled to votes in the orgatiizalion. Thoollicers of the Lincoln division are J. M. Irwin , sir knight commander ; C. M. Jumrow , sir knight lieutenant ; and John 15.Vright , sir knight herald. Apollo division has for olllcors C. M. Keefer , sir knight commander , 11. W. Kulley , sir knight lieutenant ; and "Walter Keens , sir knight herald. A. 1) . Marshall division : II. F. Douns , sir fcnight commander ; J. II , liorgur , sir kiOght lieutenant ; and II. E. Chappel.sir knight herald. Plattsmoulh division : Dr. K.V. . Cook , sir knightcommandor : . ! . C. I'eterson , sir knight lieutenant ; and D. O. Ilewetl , sir knight herald. Aurora division : D. Hates , sir knight commander ; W. 11. Fail-child , sir knight lieutenant ; nnd L. W. Sherman , sir knight herald. McCook division was represented by S. D. Hunt sir knight commander , the lieutenant and Herald being absent up to noon. Representatives Irom the Hast ing and Nubraska City divisions had not 3-ot arrived. The afternoon was sot for the organization of the regiment , and the brigade was to bo formed immediately - upon the completion of regimental work. U'ho recent activity of Omaha knights in organizing a regiment complete has had n stimulating ell'ect upon the uniform ordur. and matters are evidently on Iho boom , AUTICF.KS OP INCOHt'OllATION of Iho David Oily Improvement associa tion , of David City , were filed yesterday With Iho secretary of state , Capital stock , $25,000 , divided inlo shares of $100 each , witli business commencing Juno 1 , 1887 , and lo continue for a period of iiiiiuly-nlno years. The incorporator.s number tlio following citizens of David City : S. II. Steolu , M Kellman. W. M. limiting , James Hull , E. A. l eonard , W. JJ. Thornu. C. O. Perkins. C. C. Churchill. \ \ ' . A. Wells , ( } . II. Peoples , J. Uredwoll , IU. J. Jones , Lewis Phelps , W. 11. Itushal , JC. A. Cram , W. ( } . Hoston , W. T. Kieh- nrdson , J. M. Winderlich , ( . W. Osier- liouse , li. Klochlcrman. nuir.K HT.MS. The warfare between Jailor lialdwiu Und a party named Clark that was con ducted with revolvers and iron clubs , lias bcon grinding its second edition in court the past Iwo days with wild and varying results , lu Judge Cochran's court Jailor Italdwin was put under $300 bonds to nnswor lo Iho district court and the case against Clarke was occupying the atlon- tionofajury before Judge Drown yes terday. A. J Popplolon , pcncral attorney for the Union Paclgo railway , was In Lincoln yoslorday arguing Iho cases In replevin : m ngaincl Iho Union Pacific brought by Itnymond Bros , nnd others who refused to pay the freight charges exacted in California shipments and roplevincd Iho goods , The Union Pacific proposes to got those cases 'into the United ns court and his argument before Judge : round was on that motion. The clothing men in the city or a portion tion of them belonging lo the class who believe in Saturday as Sunday aru mak ing a Iol case in the Sunday CO closing law , thai will bo heard shortly in the courts. The clothing men believe that they have the righl lo sell on Sunday : if that day is not tbi'ir Sabbath , and they hold , through their attorney , that the ordinance is allowing cignr nml news stands to soil Sundays , whllo prohibiting Ilium lo do so , is class legislation. The question of ] iublio policy , however , will be bronchi up on Ihe other aklo. In the cily cooler repose three loughs , Iwo of whom wore in ono of Iho worst fangs that ever struck the city , nnd who on n visit n year ago required the entire police force to conquer Ihcin and land them In thu cooler. They will bo iden- lilicd thoroughly before their sentences arts out , and bo required to give the cityu wide berth. A few ndvorliscments of scnlncrs tick- cts for the Langlry engagement lasl night were displayed yesterday , but tlio scats ofl'orcd were very few in number. The opcrn hou o was packed from pit to dome by largely curious people who wnnlcd lo see the Jersey Lily anyway. Toilet Waters impart n delightful coolness and fra grance to thu basin and bath. Colgale & Co.'s arc the standard. How to Catch Cold. Go to nn evening party in a dress suit without putting on heavy underwear to compensate for the lightness of Iho cloth. Sit in n street car next to an open win dow. dow.Leave Leave ofT your heavy underclothing on n mild day. Take a hot drink before going out into the cold or damp air. Let thu boys romp ill school during re cess lime without their hats. Sit in the passage or near nn entry after dancing for half an hour. Sit in a barber-shop In your shirl sleeves wliilu wailing lo bo shaved. Put on a pair of thin shoes in thu even ing when you go to call upon your girl. Fail to change your shoes and stock- lugs after coming in on a rainy day. Have your hair cut and shampooed just us n change takes place in tlio weather. A\ ear one of the ladies'now cutaway coats without a chamois or flannel vest underneath. Tluow your overcoat open on a blus tering winler day to stiow on" your nice new necktie. Send llio children out in autumn for exercise in sliorl , thin Blockings and short skirls. Take a hot baih in Ihe evening and sit up in your room lo finish the lasl pages of nn exciting novel. Throw off your heavy coat when you roach Iho ollico in a greal hurry and put on your thin knockabout. Go down lo brcakfasl without a wrap on a chilly morning buforo liio fires have got fully starlcd. Put Iho window of your sleeping room up before you go lo bed , especially if the window is near the boil. Hun n square to catch a Direct oar and take off your hat for a few minutes to cool oft when you catch it. Go out into the lobby during a thealri- cal performance and promenade around without your overcoat. Do your back hair up high when you have been accustomed to wear it low and go out on a windy day. Take n long bicycle ride and stand for a while describing and showing oil'the beauties of your machine. Come in from a rapid ride on horse back and stand talking in the open air tea a friend for live or tun minutes. If you are bald headed or have a very suscopliblo back , sit during grand opyra near one of the side windows , Po/.zoni s Complexion Powder pro cinces a soft and beautiful skin. It com bines every element of beauty and purity. Sold by druggists. Opera IlotiflV ; I'lnyrcl Out. London Figaro : Opera boiifle is now practically non-existent on the London stage , and several performers who have so long waited in vain for engagements are practically-giving up the job in des pair. Some of Ihem are gradually re- cmilm" Iho ranks of Iho drama and Eng lish opera , while others will probably return - turn to the music halls. The trulh is that opera boullu has been killed partly by its own inanity , partly by the exor- bilanl pretensions of Iho so-called ariists. For Ihu vast majority of them a salary of 5 per week would bo higher than was warranted by any talent they possessed , nnd when they began lo ask _ 10 lo 15or oven more , weekly , Iho thing became ab surd. Opera boull'e is likely lo bo suc ceeded by genuine English comedy opera , such as "Dorothy" and the Sulli van-Gilbert repertory. Even in Paris , which was its cradle , anil will probably bo its grave , opera boull'e is in a weakly condition , KHTATE. Transfers Filed July 27. 1887. John H Folsom and Lewis S Reed , executors to ( iemiiin U Wyatt , lol 1. block ! iO : > V , lease , per year S 200 John 1 Folsom and Lewis S Kord , ex ecutors lease lot 1 blk ! MS } , iirtcr IbJs'J " per year - ' Kinma A Andcison toCcoV Chap man and wile , ilot U blk H ) , q c. l Klizabeth Hatcher et al to Kinma V Anderson , and heirs o } lot 'J blic 80 , qc 1 Jlale Chapman and wife lo same , e > , lot'J hlk S' ) , no 1 Mitchell T Chapman ot at. to same , eK lot U blk Mi , it c 1 Carolina Llsher et al to Kami h , lot 3 blkSV.nc 1 Frank J Sliter and W K. to James K Moncrlef , e 80 ft w 10.5 , n 70 leet , 7 blk 1 , Poini place , w d ! v > 00 Henry 1) Heed ct al lo Kdwaid K Mayno , lol U blk 3 , Sheridan place , \vd 550 Cily of Oaiaha lo Thomas C limner. bcKinnlnt ; at nw corner lol 4 hlk l'.i } s 44 w 031 feet n 44 feel e 071) ) feet , beginning at nw lot 5 blk n cd . M City of Omaha to Thomas C Hrunner , fcbeginnliiL' at nw corner lot 1 blk 1UH and beginning nw lot 8 blK U > X , q e (1 5 James Yore and wile to Martin Soien- sen , lols 2 and 3 blk O , Lowe's add , wd. 2IW City of Omaha to O X Ramsey. 'JOxiaj foot building at no corner of lot 1 blk rot , qc ( i rae 11 H Clark to C H Illtfinan. lot 1 blkJ , Urammorcy Paik , wd 1,000 Larmnn P Pruyn and wife to Mathevv \V Swayne. lot.'l Pruyn's subdiv In Mlllnrd & Cnldwpll'3 add , w d 3,550 South Omaha Land cnmnanv lo Jacob 11 Krlon , lot 1 blk 11 , South Omaha , deed 1 South Omaha Land company lo same. lotU hlk 7. South Omaha , wd 1 South Omaha Land company to Con rad Riii'tschi , lot I blk 01 , South Omalm , w d 523 Ualthiifcletter to the public Dial , Jet- ter's second add , In n JJ0-11-13 Ooorco Luian ; and wife to Jacob Mortunsoiu lotO blk 5 , Hawthorne , wd 1,050 ( iforse W Locan and wife to John L I'icrsou , lot 7 blic 5 , Hawthorne , w d 1,050 William 11 ( iati's and wife to Joslah Coe , lot-i 1. ' ! , a.1 and 5 blk "I , " Sauoders & Hlmebaiuih's addlllon , w d 2,500 Willlniu M Kerr and wife to James J ilcLain , lot 11 blk 8 , Soutb Omaha , w a 3,400 Kllzabfth Kounlzo to John Flannlcan and Kdwln T Shelby , lot 3 blk 0 , Kountzo reserve , lease. . 350 Herman Koiintzu and wife to Alary Dora Oliver , lots 8 , 0. U and 15 hlk 1 , lots 15,10 and 11 blk 10 , Kuuntzo Place , wd 1 Herman Kountzo and wife to Adallne Ruth , lot 5 blk 3 , lot 11 blk 7 , lots 1 , 'JamiShlKO. lot 4 blk 10. lot 15 hlk 17 , Kountxe Plaeo , w d. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Dunlins county to Hindi u Clark , lot Ib blk5louslas add. w d 75 Ctmrles Courtney and wife to Jiillotte X , Koibes , lol U sw aw see &M5-13 , q cd 1 Hannu Chrlsilanscn to John Ktinol , s > i lot 4 blk rs.South Oinaha.w d. . . . 1,000 - . Thirty transfers.conslderatlon. . . . S21-271 , THE CAREER OF C. E , MAYNE , As Told by a Newspaper of Davenport \7Lere He is Taking a Vacation , HIS AMAZING LEAP TO WEALTH. How Ho Matlo n Million Dollars In Four Years A Very IntorofitlnR Narrative or a Pushing anil Unoruntlo Man. Davenport Gazctto : "Heavens ! what llycrl Who is that ? Why , it is C. H , Mnyno , sure ns I nm horcl" . A banker from Omaha , n scribe and a Davenport banker wuro in the lattnr's surry riiltng on the Locust street road , when a rig went wast them like a streak , VS slowo dup a little ways ahead , and soon was away like a flash on the level road npaln. And whun It passed the Omnium made the exclamation. It wusan opnor- tunlty for the scribe , and ho could not forgo it , for Mr. Mtiync is a resident of Davenport for the summer. "Are you well acquainted with Mr. Mayno , " he asked. The Omahan re plied that ho was , and the scribe said : "Ho is such a young man in appear- aucc to bo as wealthy as ho is reputed to bo how diil hu nmko his money ? Did ho have capital to commeuco with ? " "His is a aVKUY SlXOri.Alt CAlttXU not many liistories like it oven in ( his country of rapidly made fortunes. Hu is president of the bank in Omaha of which I am one of the diiuctor.s. 1 know his father , who has told mo about his son. Young Mavno was l > oru in Van llnn-n county in Iowa. His father was au curly settler in Wapullo county , and owned a farm which is now the site of the city of Oltumwa. His fattier built many miles of thu UurliiiKtoti & Missouri railroad as contractor , and was well olV when lie settled in Van Huron county where ( ho ion was born. When thu son was ten years old , a firm of contractors whoso paper iMr , Mayno endorsed heavily , failed , and lie was involved in thu ruin. The boy STAUTr.D OUT for himself that very year. 1 heard him say once in a joke that ho 'never had school advantages , if ho had iio might have made more money ! ' After being an errand boy two or tlireo years ho learned telegraphing , anil when Tom J. Potter , now general manager of the Union Pacific ! railroad , was station agent at Albia for thu Q. , Alayne was his tele graph operator. Only the oilier day Potter told mo that hu said to Mayno once , 'Yon will either be a very success ful man or you will bo hanged , one of the ' " two. "How long has Mayno been in OMAHA ? " asked the scribe. "About eleven years came in 1870 , worKcd as telegraph operator at first and then as newspaper man on the HKK. Ho saved several hundred dollars which ho invested in an Iowa co'il mine specula tion and lost ovcry cent of it. That was in the summer of 'S3 and that fall he had just $1.50 in Ins pocket whun lie opened a real estate ollk-o in Omaha , with a chair and desk as its furniture. You never saw such A I'USIIKK in business. lie set book-keepers , clerks and mechanics wild over real estate. Ho got the agency for the sale of lots in an addition. Ho would bono every married man who had no homo of his own and every single man who had saved some thing , he could lind. "Hero , why don't you buy a lot for yourself , doii'tyou know Omaha is bound to grow immensely ? IJu.y a lot and iloublo your money on 'it. " Ho got people to buying lots with a little uish : down and thu rest on time. He started a real estate boom for Unit addition in that way , nnd luck was in his hands. Ho bought lots himself , paid a little down and sold them in a few days with a neat prolil. The second year Iio went into mr DUALS. Ho negotiated for a piece of property , agreeing to pay $100,000 for it. All the busmen men in Omaha stared at him , wondering what ho was about. I thought ho was crackod. Well , sir , in less than a vear ho had closed that property out at a profit of ! ? ( il'JUOU. He paid iJT.'i.OUO for another tract , and ' .ho same year made $ : ! o,000 on it , and still owns a portion of it. Ho took a pieoo of properly to sull on commission and his commissions amounted to $10.000 thu first day tliu end of the second day saw it closed out with f20,000 clear prolit in his pockets. " "How on earth could that bo done in a place thn size ot Omaha ? " asked the acrihn , marvelling at Mich astounding quickness in securing a great fortune. "It is strange , almost a mystery but it is the truth. 1 think no other man in Omaha over made money like that. Why , did you ever hoar what ho iliil with your TWO D.vvuNTouruiw , James Thompson , the banker , and Eras tus A. Henson ? that deal in their addi tion ? Mayno , Thompson and lienson bought a section , 040 acres , which lay five miles west of the court lionsu in Omaha , and paid ? 130,000 for it , They platted it into lots , and went to work buildinc a horse rail way to it. The first tlireu days after they commenced dispos ing of the lots they sold enough to pay for the whole tract , and the total space sold was but 123 acres , or just a fifth of the wholo. Mayno got up an excitement by advertising a couple of weeks before the sale that set the real estate men and the people who had money to invest wild. Ho was great on advertising USING NUWSPArUIIS. Ho paid the HKK. the Herald , the Repub lican , $100 to .fl.OOO a week for advertis ing weeks at a time. Ho hud one of the best writers on the Now York Herald write Omaha up in a descriptive way an 'entertaining , readable letter by a casual traveler and paid the Herald ? 1,000 a column for it. He paid the Chicago Tribune $100 a column for the same woik. Did ttio same kind of advertising in thu Boston Herald and Philadelphia Times. His name or business was not mentioned in these articles , but every one of them paid him a thousand per cent. No man living has done more for Omaha than he. " "What has brought him to Davenport ? ' , "Well , sir , I think the man was WOllKlNtt IIIM.SEI.KTO DEATH I know it. He is president of a bank , president of cloven dillerunt business as sociations , and member of many others. The board of commissioners of public works in Omaha consists of three mom- burs ; and Mr. Mayno is one of them. He has been away now nearly throe months and if ho doesn't return buforo the end of this week tlioy will declare his place vacant nnd eleoc a successor , in justice to liia colleagues. So in attending to his own business and that of all others , the man worked sixteen or eighteen hours a day , month in und month out , just as ii his iron constitution could not be broken. One day , without previous warning , ho was taken with hemorrhages of the lungs , nnd broke down all at once ! Ho is hereto to get cured by moans of treatment nnd the wholesale air of these healthy hills You'll find he has a band in this growing boom of yours some day. " "He takes n good deal of Interest in live stock. That mare that flow past us cost him | 5,000 , " said the Davenport banker the first remark bo had made during the conversatiou. " 1 guess sol Ho has a STOCK KAim of 3,000 acreathirty miles from Omaha In Douglas county. .The Plalto river bor ders his tract. There he has 275 brood mares worth § 1&O.OUO. . eleven stallions worth ? 50,000 , nnd100 head of cattle that nro nothing extra. Ho has n horse there that cost him $10,000 , and another that ho paid 19,000 for , and so on rec ords low in the 20's nnd below , uv THE WAY , talking t about farms , your townsman , , ! . M. Pp.rker , has n tract of 1,30(5 ( , the south boundary of which is touched by the northern 1 ! limits of Omaha. Mayno had n partv negotiating Ifor that tract , and the oiler reached $800 nn ncro. Mr. I'arkor I refused it , anil wisely , for 1 heard Mayne say , when ho Vfns in Omaha a month ago , that if' Mr. Parker would Jt take $1,000 an acre for thu tract ho would guarantee I him the money in forty-eight hours. That is $1,300,000. How many men in Omaha are worth that amount ? " SccclH That Ucrmlnntc Quickly. The human system is a fruitful soil , and among seeds that gunninato most rapidlv in it are those of rheumatism and nourafgia. A slight cold , brought on by sitting in a draught , wet feet or damp clothes , will develop either of those abominable painful maladies with un pleasant rapidity. The proper prevent ive of this ngonlV.lng vegetation is Hos teller's Stomach Hitters , a medicine which nullifies a tendency to either of the maladies named , and soothes the aches which they cause. Nor is it less elluctivo as a remedy for rheumatism than as a preventive , a fact as amply at tested as any other relating to Us cnra- tivi1 properties. Mariners , miners , front iersmen , and others , have found it a faitnful preservative of health in unfa vorable regions , and a benign remedy for malarial disorders , nnd stomach , liver and bowel complaints. It is a tinu promoter meter ot appelilu and a capital Ionic. CAUGHT A VERY QUEER FISH. The AninzlnitSlutit Which Kriglitcncit Chii'l Kawoah .Nrnrlv < > "t oJ' IIIVltn , Sail . ) o .u Herald : Itank Commissioner Polls , of Los Angc'lcs , had an amusing experience in the gold tiuie.'i of Califor nia. The story , as told , runs as follows : In the early days of the gold oxeite- mcnt , , buforo many of the young iiu-ii of tlio jI j present day were born , Mr. Potts and jt his I partner , both miners , put their heads jI together and decided that there was probably I gold at the head waters of the San Joaluun. They thought it would bo well to investigate Iho mailer , and ac cordingly they set on' ' . . In duo lime they arrived at their destiinalion. They discovered a deep hole in the bed of one of Iho forks , and they concluded that if there was gold anywhere in the bed of the stream it was in that hole. They tried diving to reach thn bottom , but it was too di-ep.and thev found them selves in n. dilemma. Mr. Polls' partner boihought him of a diving suit in San I'raiicisco thai he could procure , and Iho decision was reached that ho go and bring it 'I his hu did , arriving with it alter a time. Those who have seen a diving suit are aware of the frightful appearance of a man arrayed in it. .Tho front of the ' Iieadpieco' is a largo circular pane of glass that gives the wearer llio appear- "unco of a hideous C.yclops. From the top of the lio.nl runs a rubber tube for supplying air to thn diver , and there is also a rope attached for hauling him up. Mr. Polls' partner arrayed himself in thu suit. Lying across- the hole was u fallen tree , and Air. Potts and his part ner walked out upon Iho log and llio partner slipped down into Iho water and was iiiMaiilly out of s.ght ! , Mr. Potts holding thu rope by which to haul him up. The agreed signal was a jerk on the rope. rope.Vlnlu Mr. Potts was thus sitting on the log and holding therone , ho appeared lo be lishing with . \stoul line for big fish. Ho was llius engaged when Chief Kaweah and his squaw came down from llio mountains , where they had been gather ing nuts. Ho stopped and llius addressed Mr. Polls : "Yon kctchum fish ? " The old chief was cvidonlly much in- Icresled in t'rc scene , and without more ado hi ; ( .qiiiittcd on the bank and n waited developments , IIIF numerous wives quietly following his example. Pretty soon thuro came a jerk on the 'opo ' that rippled thu surface of the vatcr. Kaweah bucame greatly excited vhen ho saw Mr. Potts pulling heavily > n the line , and the old chief got to his eet and watched the procedure with the luupest interesl. Presently the monster ot tlio deep came to the furfacu , with its ledious Cyclcopcan eye lurned in Ka- veah's direction. "Ugh1" shouted the warrior , and then ic mid his harum lurned tail and fled lamc-slricken over Iho plains. Always Kcup the Upper Hand ( if OUoasr. Changes of lumporaluro jiro apt to , : ; ui o dangerous sickness ; in Ihe full- ) looded apoplexy is lo bo feared. When ou have a pain in llio lionil , feul diz/.y , : overibli , rheumatic or sick al llio slom- ich tnkn nt once HUTU to ten of HKAND uirnf s PII.I.S. Such slight atleclions are only Iho harbingers of disease or sudden prostration , and Iho thing to do is to : naster the trouble at once. Never let a litllu sickness gel Iho bettor of you Drive il out of doors immediately. Let Ihere bu no compromise , always have with yon a box of UUANDCTH'.S Pn.i.s.aml you : ire prepared to liglil Ihu worst foru : of sioliiiess in ils iiicipiency. Wiping Out n New Orleans Picayune : About two years ago u man giving the name ) o John Simpson located on Uiiyou Har tholomow , in Ashley county , Arkansas. . He cleared a tract of land and built a lo ; , house. He was a tall , stalwart fellow , wilh dark hair and gray eyes , slniighl as an Indian , llo lived alone , seldom yen luring abroad , and avoided Ihe nuigii < bor.s. Ho was always armed wilh i double-barreled shotgun. Ituyond .stat ing lhat ho was of gypsy origin , ho saic' nothing respecting his pasl life. Thi1 fact caused him to be regarded with sus picion by parties living in Iho immediate neighborhood , but so secluded wis hi * life Ihal his presence was scarcely knnwi beyond a radius of live miles of his cabin. Thai he had plenty of money was also a fact well known lo Ihosc who hail busi ness with him. Some days ago two men visited Simpson's house , remaining over night. They qmutly went away Yesterday parties hunting stray catllc passed Ihe cabin and found no signs of life. Ihe door was broken open , and Simpson was found lying on Iho bed , dead , with his throat cut. The clay lloor was covered with blood , nnd the over turned furniture and disordered room showed that there had been n desperate struggle between Ihe dead man nud his assailants. On Simpson's person was found a watch and money , showing that robbery aid not prompt tie | murder. It has transpired to-day that Simpson was n member of u , band of gypsies who have headquarters in the vicinity of Jackson , Miss. , and Dayton , 0. , and it is said that ho was implicated in H big robbery in the latter state , tied here with thu booty , and was followed and slain by members of the tribe , who considered that ho had disgraced both himself and the gypsy race. "Bo wlso to-day ; 'tis madness to de fer. " Don't neglect your cough. If you do your fate may bo that ot thu countless thousands who have done likewise , and who to-day fill consumptives' graves. Night-sweats , spitting of blood , weak lungs , and consumption itself , if taken in time , can ba cured by the usa of Dr. Ptorco's "Golden Medical Discovery. " This wonderful preparation has no equal us a remedy for lung and throat diseases. All druggists. Physicians1 Supplies , Goodman's , 1110 Farnam , TWO LITTLE MAIDS FROM CHINA. Mott Street's Secluded ( Jlrls With Crnmpoil Feet ntul Queer llnlr. Now York Star : Among the children who have been brought to the attention of the Society for the Prevention oh Cruelty nro two Chinese girls. It was claimed thai Ihoy had been kidnapped in San Francisco two years ngo , ami held hero for the purpose of selliuit them as wives lo resident celestials. The charge was not proven , and for the present , at least , Iho case has bcon abandoned , Tim girls were a novelty hero. As in other places , thu Chinese do not permit their wives or daughters to bo seen on tliu slreet. There are several Chinese women in this city , anil whun it lias happened that they have brcn brought into court , or into the presence of People with a nilsMonary spirit , they nave said that they had nol been out of the house before for months. Sometimes for more than n year , and in ono well authenticated case it was n litllo over two years since a female resilient of Mott street had set her foot outside her tene ment. It was not quilo so bad in the cases of Iho girls , bill for weeks at a time it has been the habit of their guardians to keep them shut up at homo. The home is near Iho head of Moll slreet , in n four-story building duvotcd partly to trade and manulacturo. Cigars are mnilo on the lir.it lloor and there is a store lliere also. Up stairs is another commer cial establishment , and in the ton stories are tenements. The rooms are , of course , small and ill litted for habitation. In Ihal respect thu heathen little ones are as well oil'as thousands of their Christian fellow beings of the east side. Ono of them is dressed In lint American fashion , and but for llio odd waddle that passes for her gall would not bo taken for a Chinese nt n distance. The other wears her native costume. It consists first in a blouse that hangs from Iho neck to Ihu knees , nol boiled oa caught in any way at llio waibl. Loose trousers are. over thu legs and bound nt thu bottom closely around the ankles. Thu shoos are thick- soled , wooden all'airs familial- llie foot coverings of common laundrymen , but limy are excessively small and bear wit ness lo Iho cramping of thu feet custom ary witli Ihu Chinese , liotli blouse and trousers are of n pulo blue color , un adorned with figures. It is the ordinary custom of the Chinese of llio poorer class. The shin\ black hair of Iho girl , dressed like an American , was brushed straight back from the brow and wound into a great knot at the back of the head. The other dressed her hair in the nntivo stylo. Over each car was a Hal , thin circular disk of hairlliat looked as if it had been made of artificial hair , and stuck to the liuad. All Chinese women learn early how to do this. A gummy pomade is es sential to Ihe task , but it'takes consider able skill to weave and wind the hair into its thin and circular position. So litllu hair is used in these disks that enough is left for a largo coil , which is fastened at the top nnd back of the head. Neither of those girls , ono tun and the other twojvo , years old , could speak n word of English. Peculiar In the combination , proportion , and pre paration of ils ingredients , Hood's Sarsaparilla - saparilla accomplishes cures where other preparations entirely fail. Peculiar in ils good name at homo , which is a "lower of slrength abroad , " peculiar in tliu phenomenal sales _ it has attained. Hood's Sar.vjparilhi is Iho mo t success ful medicine for purifying Ihe blood , giving strength , and creating an appe tite. California Gold Output. San Francisco Call : It may bo well to receive the tigiires of the director of Ihu mint on the gold produclionof California wilh some caulion. \ \ u are informed by telegraph from Washington that the forthcoming report ot that ollicial will credit California with a cold product of ! fl,720,000 ! ) in 1SSO. It is very doubtful whether it was anything of the kind. In Iho rn'ondar year 1885. Ihu gold pro- duel of California , as given in Iho re port of thu director of llio mini , was $12,700,000 ; in 1881 It was $13,000,000 ; in 189iil ; waslliW,000. : 11 has not been $10,000,000 since 1870. Probably the most accurate computation of Iho mineral product of the Pacific slope is lo be found in Wells , Fargo & Co.'s annual stale- inont , prepared by John J. Valonlme ; it gives Iho gold product of California in 18di ( : isfH,0t7,005. ! This does not lake into account small parcels of gold car ried away by Chinamen or other miners from mines worked on a small scale ; to bo liberal , Iho estimate may bo raised to $11,500,000 so as to include those. Thu Washington dispatch thus asks us to be- lievu thai the gold oulpul of thu state has increased § 8,200.000 in a single year , without attracting the least nltuntipii or arousing any excitement in the milling community. A mathematician might say thai this was reducing the proposi tion to on absurdity. lu fact , wu lio'-o in San Francisco know all about the yield of the gold nuny& in tliis stalo. Anyone of a dozen gentle men in the Nevada block can figure it out from memory to within half a mill ion ; and wo venture to say that not ono of them will estimate last year's output , at over $15,000,000 , if Ihoy allow so much. There was al ono limo a belief that the extensive gravel deposits of North Hloomlield and other minus in Nevada countjlwould bo more efficiently exploited In 1881 ! than in previous years during which the stoppage of hydraulic mining hail arrested their development ; but the belief was nol justified by llio event. The yield is very little greater than it was in 18S5 , and it is constantly checked by prosecutions instituted by the anil-debris people. She has Ihe complexion ot a Peach , Po zoni's Medicated Complexion powder did it. Sold bv all druggists. Atlanta' * War on GnmhlorN. Having closed Iho saloons the author ities of Atlanta , Ua. , have attacked the gamblers of that city in a thorough Crom- wolhan nrinner. For eighteen months the police have boon raiding the gam bling houses and conliscating their out- lits. These consisted of faro lay-outs , roulette - lotto _ tables , forluno wheels , rouge ct noir outfits , chuck-luck boxes , poker tables nnd chips , markers , decks of cards and dice boxes , The onliro mas , amounting to six wagon loads anil valued at $10,000 , was pilouup in the city square on Tues day morning , nnd after being saturated with kerosene sot on lire by the chief of police DRPRIGE'S SPECIAL NATURAL FFUT FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Urn A by the United S lutes Otnornmont. Endorsed br the beads ut tha Great UnhHttltlei and 1'ubllo Food AnilvnUiuThohttoni'.eetPurest , and inostlUalthluL Ut. 1'ricu'e the cnlj Ilnkluj ; J'oudertbit does not contain AmtnonU , I.lLnuo' Dr. Prlce'i KitmcU. Vtnllli , I mon , etc r. wnoK uAiiNo Towjjauco. y MODERN SERVICE AND MODERN DISSATISFACTION. Miltrtii Yon B.iy j ou nro boliif ! tn 1 > are u * . Margaret ? Are you nat ejUBlhJ vlUi your VARCI T Margutln'n \ : I'm l'i IU well anil tipilar. MutrtH Dons little Julmulo nnuojr \ ou In llio Lttrhrn f Margarr ! Ono \ \ , Ma'nm. Mr In n ilonr little rlillil , MOM till rout. And I hutfl ( o leiuohlnt. Miitrtsi Well , Margaret , what rr.imin.jmo you for minting to lenio H al all T Margaret Deed. Ma'am , ther U a in.it ; deal of cleanltiR lo iio liorr , and to tell you the truth 1 never worked In alunicoji't whcio tliej dlilu't mpiily tuo with Hajiollo. It la to the advantage of Iho housekeeper If she minpllcs her servants with SAPOLIO. Servants can iio moro work and iio It boiler nnd quicker wilh Sapollo. Try It , nnd yon will bo convinced. NO IT iroiiTriciit , Mmrii. IBST. ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN BAKIKGi AND AI.li MEATS ROASTED IN THEIR OWN JUICES , BY USING THE WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR rOUND EXCLUSIVELY ON TlUi MARVELOUS RESULTS LOSS IN SHRINKAGE OF MEATS , Verr fewpMrle know tint the Rhrlnkng * of Meati rnmtoi ! In neloiooTen U fiom thirty-Urn to fort ? p r cent. All mint rnntalut p entj-ftv t.er ctnt. e f t r find onlr twnntl-lite par cent-of ollJ roatur. uJ tt ) o Mh.it U iniiifo In tlio ronmlng M tnadu In tn ovapo. ration of thu Julco. which l tlm VITAL riiiTor iitur Effect of the SOLID OVEN Door. A TFV | * iuud Sirloin , medium or wel | . < lon . will br HFDUCKDIO 811 iKjuuJ nnit four onn of lloailet ! meutihimlnin lo * of Ihreipounilsauil twelve ouncei of Juice. Wuils the lo'K In 3"4' iwrceuUot thn toliil vcUlu , It flio the ouoriuoua Losj ur illix nc.li CLUi.sir IUK Juicr. _ Effect of WIRE O ATJZE OVEN Door , A TEV pound Hlrloln. uiMllum or well-4lone.wlll t rmlncc < to nlliBlnuntU micloluht ounces of Rn 't l tniiHt , sr.owlnna lomof nljlit onnwuof Julco. Whll thUle lK Ilie r r cent. of thn total trnfitht , ItBllotrt the > err emallixiiiiurnirrHi.YrmtBCKMT. SEND rou ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS AND PRICE Lists. 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