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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1888)
A SECOND THOUGHT.
It lso long since than wast tort t' rlew.
Through IImmIIiii shadow vdil.-y cone tx-fom,
Thut HUM ifnuPs wonted pane there thrnbt
Thedrrail ttiat my lone heart, however Inn
As years Uikf all - limy lose thy likeness, too
Tub ungntveu Itimgo It can still uiloro
Vain timid' fur calmltiit time will but restore
Those vl.lonrd love limned lineaments anew.
An In n lake the mirrored iihhiii mny slum
Inconstant, dimmed ly every blurring i.ivcth.
lint pure and rounded when tlie ripples ceu.-e.-In
my soul's sleep shall thy reflect mti itiott
From wav-erlnx Rlluiise perfect iij degrs-s.
As sorrow 's surge siilnliles to waveless ixih'o.
"F. V." in New Oilcans Tlnnn-IViiioerut.
Ti-jliig ' Itefiirin the World.
Mrs. F.llzubeth Cady Stanton recently told
a story about tlie way In which she liegan
her work of reforming tlie world. When
she was a girl of 10 or I'-, sho used to w tier
father, Judgo duly, administering law from
tho lioneh. Sho noticed that the Judge, in
laying down tho law or giving his decision,
nUvujs referred to his law hooks for guidance.
Sho sot U) work In Inn library reading these
books, and as she thought ho could not nay
anything but what he found tlicru, sho enro
fully tore out an I burirjd those pages that
contained piineiples of deeisio.isof Milch sho
dlsaproved. How eoitlil ho, whlb on the
bench during a trial, muku application of
anything not ioImikwii In the books by which
ho was guided f Sho discovered a groat denl
that wan offensive in every law Ixiok that slij
Insjiecteil in his llhrary Uut cutno tho
pages, which shu cast into the llro until tho
book milted her, and shi felt sure that her
father would ho compelled to conlino 1 1 i 1 1 1 - I f
l such law in hliu l.'ft, Hho kept on ut HiIh
work for a long w hile, until sho wan caught
nt it. hut by that time a gicut part of Judgo
Oudy's law- lihrary had heen spoiled in her
efforts to reform tho world. Now York Sun.
"Ilitei'iiiitluiial Id.llllly Curds."
The polico authoritlen of Vienna for some
tiio past have, oil application, issued so
oiled 'International Identity cards," con
sisting of n photograph, on which a brief
jMU'Miiml deset iption of tho owner is written
in three languages (German, French and
Knglish), and to which an otllcial certiflcato
nuil seal is attached In such a way its to pro
vent tlie possibility of tho exchange of tho
carlo ilo visito photograph. Thoeaid is kepi
In a small leather cover, can therefore easily
bo carried, and lor purposes ot ideutillcatioii
is fully as use I ul and oven moio convenient
to travelers than a passport. This saijie idea
was used in issuing; press tickets to our Cou
leunial Inhibition in 1871). Kach press
ticket born tho photograph of tho editor or
rejwrter who presented it, and this precau
tion proventisl "passes" from being truiir
foriod. Home Journal.
Minnie ii Modern .Science.
Musio Is a modern science, tho complete
scnlo, as wo huvo it, being an invention of
strictly modern limes. Ancient nations em
ployed only tho peiitiitoulc scale, or scale
having llvo notes, to w ll one, Iwo, thrtu,
live ami six, and in the Orient toila tlie
tatonio sculu is the only one known in their
music. The Arabians, it is true, employ a
scale isomew lint dillcrent, having quarter
tones IiiMc.hI of hall tones like our own,
Mimoof the Arabian instruments leiiig tuned
to (iiartcr tunes in s.ich a way Hint music
adopted to them cannot i placed upon a
Kuropcun Instrument of any Kind, or even
sung by a Kuropcun without giving tho
Uri'-Mital the Iiupressloii that thu tuuo islalso.
San I'raui'isco ICxamiucr.
Hotel lill' Notel Minnie.
Tho night clerl. at a West Side hotel hut
a novel M'lieiuo to pre cut imHvun:oii- ens
turners Iroiu getting away without, paying
their scoie. At the same lime ho combines)
business with ileasiiie, and thereby gils
more sleei' than any nthiv ulglil clerk in
town. Kvery morning at I o'clock ho strews
the tl"r 1:1 I fi mt of lu.i dr.sk with pallor
imitciiKs, and then drops nil to sleep II a
customer attempts to pass the sleeping clerk
without paying his cl, eel, his loci encounter
thu matches, and the) imiuedialeiy set up n
fusiladtt that mouses lee sleeping clerk and
enables 'dm to capture ll.o man who eats and
runs awuy. Now ork 1'ioss "hvcry Day
I'cntltirut Sinn-el I'lieiioinelion.
Kollowlng tho disappearance of the upHt
limb of the sun's disk at Minsot. theie has
been observisl tho plieiiouienou ol a Uautltul
gltvii ray. Its Hash being a.s rapid as that of
lightning, and only visible under rare con
ditions of clearness of the sky 1 he ox plana
tion olferisl lor'its appearaueo Is that of tho
biiiiultuueous contrast ol colors, tho theory
nropoiiuilod origiuully by M. Chovrcul.
A Ciiiif. iliii sle Copper Cenl.
A coptsT cent In tho iMwsossiou of a Chtl
luata, l''la., citiwn Is ald to Imi inoro than
worth its woiitlil In gold, bisaiiso it wan
coined for Hie l'oufcdcrnt goveriimeut dill
lug tho relielllou, from a dlo wlnt h was cav
tutvd by tho United KtuUu autlioritio.s aftei
tho forty-second piece hail lcon struck oil.
It is thought that only about twenty of these
coin aro now in existence, Uilengo tleruui
ltubt'a Wlieul ('inn.
A verv larco sharo of the wheat lliliwrted
Iitollrcat llrltaln Is Irom lliissia, tno ntrge-si
inuiH-titor of tho United Mates, l lie annual
Ldiigo ot tno wheat crop oi mo uiiiuhi
wtw for soveral years past lias isvn wi,'
bouo bushuU. and thu oxtsirt lii.'I.UOU.lXM),
in nvi'iiii'ii cron of lliissia for tho samo
Iriod hits Imhiii Jv.T.OtKl.Oou bushuU, uud tho
kport .0,W,utX).-L'UlcuBO Herald.
Clmrc'l for orrretloii.
"Do you wish to tuko a cub, sirl" inquired
'No, 1 want a cab to tako 1110," wu th
reply of tho ,mrbt.
And thu cabby meekly bowod his head and
uiadu tho chargo JJ, "5 pur cent, of w hich
wan for tho euforoetJ louou in grsmiuur.
A Tillln Otrxrlookoil.
Fanner (returned from towi.) Tlm-o1!! the
terlmcker, an' tho iiioIusm, mid lb condition
lHJwdeiK for thu sick briudlo heacr, 1111
Wife Wheru'11 tho nulnlno, John, I asked
you to get for uiof
1'nrmur li'jjuni, I forgot all nbout It.
Al I muiit havo tswu vtry Cruux ycttcrJay.
Ud How sot
Al Look ut thit bill from ny taller, ro-
A worn out society belie U llito old mnpl
sugar. Jt bus a iviluin kind of awivtuess,
but hits to bo laid on tho shelf when thu i.ow
crop comes-out, Now Urlcaiw ricnyiino.
Tim cowboys would Ilka to li.-o mj'hb juskI
all around ot wnto n silrrm !ji ri to bo
known a "'I'lu Cuttlo lly.nu J ihu 1U-
Of al) thlovoi fool aro tb -.rt, tby b
jou of tituu aud jiMlf-t,' In"-
MTERVIEW BETVEEN THE AGITA
TOR AND THE FAMOUS EDITOR.
Pen Portraits of vi Notrtl Slen Prcn
tleo In Kverjdiiy U'orklns llrcss 11ml
Tml ti I" Hi'ly hull Dictating to 11 11
Uno nftornoon about twenty-two or three
years ago, a dobonalre young ccntlemun
wall:el into tho editorial roims of tho old
Louisville Journal and asked toseo Mr I'ren
tico. He was clad In a nainlsomo blue broad
cloth coat of tho swullow tall style, with
cttwmtli nn 1 fIitti'riii'' brnsj tmttous. Hl
of bhielc des-skin. hii shoes
shiny, patent leather, his vest of some heavy
hull material over wuicn 11m ni un uui.
toned so that It doubled In front, showing an
Inch or two below tho front ofthocout. and in
his hand ho carried u ncli looking son uai.
His hair was black, wavy "ltd plentiful, nnd
hisup)erlip waneoverod with a luxuriant nnd
u-ell Lent mustache. Altocether there was
an air of elegant negligence ulsmt him. Tho
limn was over the meillum lielgtil anil ouiiii.
und presolitisl 11 caiil which Isiro tho words
'(b-orgo Francis Tram uivu rtincricunus
It.. ini then Mr Prentice's atuniiuciisls and
private secretary, I presented Mr Train to
tho iniinoitJil Ueorgo U.. wit, poei nun cu
Itor Train Heunied Uj be a little staggered
I tiresome he etliected to seo a large, Itlllsw
ing and severe man, und he ls;held "a lean
and slippered pantaloon." Mr I'rontieo was
iieculiarly a sloiicliy man men 111 111s urcss.
and altogether careless of Ins iersoiinl up
llaiicu Indeed, I bellevo ho never had
iK'en 'dressy " l!ls hair, whlc li nail oikv
hle.ck. full on Ills shoulders and even
about Ins eliivks. well mixed with gray, and
ils whitening U'lini. wiiieii was uiso vor
...! g, and which ivered nearly all or hi
.ice except tho iiomj. eyes und I'orehoml. was
n il as clo-o up as ossib!o with n cotton
hie, and his ears were stuffed with cotton
obacco Juice stainisl his vest, and ho had a
alilt of using his lingers for u pastu brush
.lid or wiping llieiu oil his panto
.oils. Ho hud taken oil" his long
.lack frock coat and replaced It with
1 brown, Bomowlmt ragged and alto
ether disreputable looking old yarn
h'u jacket, or what was commonly called in
Kentucky a "wnrtuus." On tho table neui
mil stood his hat. This was 11 slouch with a
all crown, and It answered tho phico ol
.ockeU in his clothes, which sort of recepta
Ics ho nover used. Ho carriod in his hat
verything that other men carry in theli
.irlrels. and more too Being unablo to
n-rito moro than 11 word or two at n time
ithhlsowu hand, ho would, with both ol
,is trembling, writers' palsy stricken luiiids.
lake out to scratch inemornndn of such
'.hlngs as ho desired to consider upon the
inn-gins of nawspaiers. und those little bits
,e would throw into his hat for futuro ix-fer
lieu. Ilo usuully had tho old felt about hall
nil of them. Ho also carried his o!kel
.inre, H!iieils, scissois, keys, etc., in the hat
nil I ha vo often seen him, absent inindetllv
rop a well masticated tpiid of tobacco into
t instead of throwing tho "old soldier'
"his was tho famous editor, tho author ol
liie Life of Henry Clay;" tho champion
,nl bosom friend or "Prince Harry ot the
' -st" during tho hitter's glorious and bi n
,:it career as 11 statesman, tho writer o:
.''ie Closing Year" and other grand kmmiis
1 in 11 whoso keen wit, caustic sarcasm
l iiiuce ami torso dramatic force drov.
nts ticforo him with his oit Yet In
n'r was tilled with arrows of all sm
..1. the tiuill of tho eaglu to that of to
iiiiing bird, and ho could liulito a Here
..ippiciu (iroso, or tuno his sentences to 1
..laud tender song of sympathy or lov.
1 h ...try
! mm exhibited his astonishment for nn in
.1. uuohnorvud by Ml I'renlico, howevei
1 al once thu two lellMiito earnest couver
ti Train was In l.oiiisvillo with Anna
.x.nson, Susan H Antliouy and 11 nuiuls'i
.ither lending won.-i's rights women, alio
s assisting In their siill rage crusailo. Aftci
i leasant stay ot a half hour or so. Train
.indiewaud Prentice priK-isHteii to dictnti
ncli picture of his late visitor
I'or many years Mr Prentico had been
lvod to write by an anianuensis, iKiitig. its
l ire iutiuiattxl, a siidercr from scrivener's
::np, or w riter's palsy, known in surgen
- chorwi scrlpUirtim. Ho would tvalk tin
i In u slip hlicxl way, with his hand
isjsmI behind him. and ill a soinowhat pip
e; voice, with a nasal twang, twing also
llcted with catarrh, ho would dictate to his
miiuensis, punctuating tho matter as he
cut Ilo always Is-guu tils articles with
int is known in typography as 11 "list" a
alio cut of tho hand with tho ludox llugei
oluting, and thus his en picture of Utorge
'r.iueis Train was like this-
MKisti A loconiotivo that has nin oil
ie track icominai turiiiHl Uwido down
i iimiat with tho cowcatcher buried in a
limp mid tho w ln-els making a thousand
'.volutions a minute dull stopi A kilo in
10 air that has lost It.s tall idashl a
.iiman novel without a hero idashl 11
.inn who climbs a tree Tor a bird's
icst icointitm out 011 11 limb icoiumn
lid In order to get It saws tho limb
.11 Uaweon himself and the trco tfiill
Mpi A ship without a rudder iduslu
1 eliK-k without hands iduslu an arrow
:iut Into tho air (dash) 11 sermon that is all
oxt lilushi a imntoinliuo or wonls uhushi the
iHith(osis of talk icouimai tho incarnation
f gab (full ttopi Handsomo Htunmai viva
ions icommnl iiliisculnr icominai as ucnt its
t cat teomnial i Judgo of theoiroct of clothes
iisunuiui frugal in food and regular only in
Habits ifull stopi A noonday mystery idashl
1 solvinl conundrum idashl a cipher hunting
roriitlguro to mss for soinothing isem!
colon) with tho brains of twenty men In hU
head Icomnml all pulliiiK in dllVeront dlroc
tlous (seinU'oloti) not Imd its to In-art (coinmit)
but a man who has shaken haniU with rever
ence (full stopi This U Uoorgo KruncU IVoin
Thus ilid Mr Prontlco draw a picture of
thu restless agitator which photographs httn
insldouiid out, oven to-liiy. Will Visscher
Wti-tl Tim l!nltnd StittT
The tiniim of our country ought to Iw the
Mxmn In all languages employing tho Latin
VUor, by their importing tho words "United
States," and in all other languages tho
American elliiig thotild I hi lu-lts upxin.
In Kronco nuil l'ttineh Kwitierlund wo nro
IClats Uul:" In Austria Hungary, Del
Khun, lleriuauy and lleriuuii Switcorland,
" erciiiigtu Stitateu:" In llollvlit, llrti.il.
Chill, Colombia, Costa lilen, Salvador, San
IVmilugo, Kcintdor, lluateiiml.t, llayti, Hon
Junis, Moxico, Moiilco, Nicaragua, Veil
Miieht, Urngimy, Suln and Curtugal, wo
are "kstitdos L'tiidos:" in Norway, "Forvnto
Ktraioino;" In Swwlen, "Do Porcuitto
Stater In llrcetv, "Uiiometial lolttolul ;
III Kussla. "Soodiuoueia SUtdtdi;" In lUtly,
Ikwldes thu IrltUh I'luplro, wo Imvo the
lienor of leiii calletl liy our ow n namo,
I ultl Status, only in tho limited and do
iwtinug ivpublu of LiUirui, lu AIitcl
Noi York Mail und Kxvrt--
HUNTING FOR "FIGHTING JOE."
Coiifedeiiite oliller ltimmliiK nt Will
Hip Villimr of liellysbiirR.
When the street of Uettysbitrg had been
cleared of all untied Usllos of Union sol
diers, the Colirisleratcs begun to roam uliout
at will, sightsis-ing and foruging. At a
house, closely liarrwl, a party of these itulo
pendfiib liulUsI and U'gati to reconnoitcr.
Unstsjii trom the street tho owner was
wutching from 1111 upsjr window, and ss)ti
he heard his name used in 11 way very uneer
ciiioiilous Tho disir pluto revealed tho name,
und 0110 of tho Confederates, who wus u Ucr
man, amused his companions by spelling it
out, "T-y-s-o-u, Tyson." Then ho addisl.
"Wonder who ho isf and, going to the door
ho Is-gaii to Rjiiud with list und heels U
alarm the house. The manner of tho met
seomcd so gissl uaturod thut Mr. Tysot.
eiicd the ihsir and invited them In U tr
his excellent water, flu- they all looked warn
and exhausted. After drinking heurvily tin
German spoko up again and said:
"Where is 'Joe' Hookcrf W-iVo afUir hln
and wo mean to hnvo him If wo havo to gi
to Philadelphia for him."
At this hour the streets were filled witl
cartsnnd wheelbarrows, und excited men am
women bearing trunks and bundles nut
leuding rrightcnetl children; mothers witl
bubes in their urtus in tho throng, ul
hastening out of reach of tho soldiery, tin
bullous und tho shells Olllcers in gray rod.
up and down warning tho people to remow
women and children to places of safety, a
Leu w its nbout to shell tho town. It was t.
trying moment, but Tyson would not Is
scared or cajoled into revealing anything
Ho didn't know "Jou" Hooker any moro than
ho knew U'o's humblest private, but ho hail
his garret full of Union soldiers who h:ul
txeii cut olf in tho street, and ho decided to
bo a know-nothing, und send the scouting
Confederates itwuy as ignorant n they came
After listening to it lew of his blind answers
tho siMikesuian ugreed to bo satisiled with
some bread mid butter and clear out and
seek for "Kighting Joo" elsewhere. There
wits 11 fresh baking or tiread in the house, bul
Tyson did not know what panicky times
might follow, and ho know that his blue
coated wards upstairs were hungry; so ho
put on a long fnco and declared thut he
had just had a visit from 11 party of Coufed
uruU who had eaten up ulxmt ull tho pantry
couhtluod. and there really was not "enough
left now to liegih on." The true buminoi
never oxmjcIs to live high 011 a route that has
just lieen traveled by others of his kind, anil
those unfortunate lellows toon tho burgher's
word for gospel truth and went awuy in
H.iinetliliii; Alu.ilt llittleau.
iladcau was born about thu tlmo Andrew
Jackson was concluding his first term, lie
wusM yeni-s old when the war broke out.
and nl tor it had lu-en going on for n year In
volunteered, and was apKiiuted an nulo 01
thu stall' of ling (Jon. Thomas Sherman. L
was Irom this position that (Jrant took hltn
and made him 1 1 military secretary, with tin
rank of lieutenant colonel, and aftorwr
colonel. He retired from tlie war at Its cln-.i
a brevet brigadier. and it was through (Irani
that he was made socretary ot legation at
Loudon lb- was omp.oyed by liriint here,
al Wtihlng'on. and lie accompanied (Irani
on his tour around the world. It was through
(Irant that he got to bo consul general at
Havana, and ho has hron mixed up in some
ipiestion a- to h:s right to certain salaries
which he hail iirawu. no mr, an 01 ins uui
cml isitlous caiuo thiough (Jrant,
His literary position hu acquired in the
same wuy it wus through Uraut that he
irot (he material lor his "Military History ol
Ulviiso. S lirunt." Il was through him that
ho got the experience that enabled him to
write the works on the aristocracy of ICng
laud, and il was through him thut he made
money out of his letters headed "Urant 111
i'eaco." To show- that it Is true, 11 is only
uoeo&sary to cite the other things which he
has written, which havu attracted no notice
tvhalsoover. liadeau publishuil 111 Ife-V.i 11
book called "Thu Vagabond," a collection
of essays which you w ill not now ilnd even
in second bund book stores, ami iu "con
splr.icy; a Cuban Iv.uuaiice," published ill
Ib-V). has hardly nan 11 uaiionai circulation
Tho truth is that lladeau hits becomo groat
by tho reitocted light of (Irant, and the at
temnt to make out lirunt an ignorant, tin
craminatical writer, and a man unablo to
write tho book which ho left his children, has
fallen Hat. as funis Washington is concerned,
It may bo that llitdouu was not treated
lightly in tho settlement of tho contract
which ho bad with lirunt, nut no nas 1111
questionably injured himsolf greatly in suit
imr the ciso as ho does.
lieu, lladeau is a very ready writer, and he
writes well. Ho is 11 very pleasant conver
sationist, and his round, red whiskered
face, his short, stumpy form and his pleasant
blue eyes are well known 111 Wushiugtoii. He
has been sis'iiding tlio winter Here, nun it tsn
matter of regret to ins trieuds that he has
beeonto involved in tho present coutroveisy
liven wero ho correct in his statement!: he
would h.tve trouble 111 proving them to tho
sittifaction of tho H-ople, and he has entered
into a controversy 111 which ho Is haiidi
capptsl at the outset, and into which ho will
cot into moro troutuo me turinei 110 goes
There is no doubt in tho iiiluiL of the loading
thinkers at Washington thai lint 11 1 is the
nut hot ot his own Uk, though ho may have
received soiuo of thoitdviceund tlio assistance
which lien, lladeau could, from his tumtli
arity with tho subject and his knowledge of
.. J . . 1 ...... .-1. .. I- M
literary iiioiuons, so vusoj nui. u
Mill 1st li' Conrtilliliii: Toburoo.
It is not without reason that it lias lieen
..i,l il,.., v.mi chii ni-iive invtliiiiL'- bv statis
tics. Under Iajuu XVI, fr iiistamn, tlio
tohacco tax only proJuivd lkX,tXW ,ruucs, I to
cause tho consumption was small. At thut
ii.,... li livxi-ueo duration of life was twenty
seven years. Now the tobuooo tajt producos
SOO.OOO.IXK), and tho average duration of life
is forty-threo years. Kedskins, who ulfer
lirlthor fnini dlabotes nor from pituito, huvic
. . ,...!.. ...... T-l.
Clwttys ttiu ClllUlllOl iK'tneeti tuoir iijm. mt
Persians, tho tye of diucasian purity, say
that "all joys roino to the heart through to
buceo." Vhei do you Hud Mich handsome
old patriarchs a itniong tho 'IVrksl Yet in
their country tliu pipo is kepi auvni as 11
V'.ifn's lire In niieieul ltui.lu I
those climes the strongest murk of emotloi
that one can give Is to take onus pipe out 01
n.,uu .....nil. N'.,iv V.ii l; Uontiiijivial Adver
Patent mid I'Mtont lawyer.
Ten years ago there wero on tho yearlv
average some '.'0,000 jvatonU npplie.1 for
'I wo-thliiu were luuauy gruiiUHi, ami tu
others either refused or auiiuot.eii. iu
the imtent lawyer wiu only Jiut Uvomlug e
tabluluHl as 11 practitioner iu Ihu dlstim
Held of tenU. Now thero ait about Jtt.un
applications each year. About 'Jil.uk
arugrunUsL Many of the device for win
letters uiv issuisl an trivial or chiineiicnl
so luuk-s that nothing ever come of thei
Patouts nro linl now on tvucli of sever,
jwrtsof one iiittchine, where lortnerly t'
general wtent coveml tlio whole thin
This is In vtrl attribute! to the iullueinv
lawyer. Many of tho letters now givi 1.
for Uunniveiiieiiti liutvud of oriiuai
Tier -I!iiw York Suu.
PHOTOGRAPHY A RAGE AMONG
THE ARTISTICALLY INCLINED.
Curious Collection of Pictures OI
ialnd In the Slums at Mlilni.lit lit
.llexns of the aiaeneslum Flash Ainusi
111 1: ut lor One's Quests.
Amateur photography baa become a genu
tne rugo every self respecting young ier
sou no would keep abreast of the times u
w ownet of some sort ot Instrument winch
lirtsluc more or less speaking UKenessHj. 01
teen triends and family of everything that
1 vhh and moves or has its Doing within leiise
range ot their domicile, not to mention every
iiimik and corner of the bouse mere ts
van-ely a library table throughout the
length and breadth of this clt which is not
iaden with dun aud wierd amateur likunervses
jt ine tundly-pictures the umuleui regaraii
with ollsstul pnde and the family wilu in
lulgeul toieratioiL Uut eveii this Joy ol
si uviture begins 10 pall on the bolder spirits.
mid iheir very latest achievement and d
light is tlie (lush light photograph.
t'oi those who are untamlllar with this
methts! o( melancholy perpetuation it may
be ii.ss-s.snry to explain that It includes an ill
slauluiit-i'Us leu.se. a detsaive cuuiuro. and
cartridges loiuleil with magliesium. Thes
carlri.lgos are either t'treil oil" with a inatcn
or exilislts lu a pisttit made tor the puri"iJ
Witn iti,v iinplemenli' an intuiiUiiieoiis
piitnif --Jin l- taken in the pitch dui k. hiiiI
the tavorile tad U U- undei the guidance
and iiroin-tion of a t.liciiiaii - vim! the
slillii- ul midnight and hv tlie ue ol the ud
den i.lindiiu; ila-sh ot inagliesiuiii curtridge
pps'iiif -triiigi- incidents ot thut quarter
tuseu as Uiev "siirrH,!
, iui vscian here- w-ll known, too. hut
who 01 i-ts u any publicitv concerning hi!
little iiiiiiM-iiient- ha. a curious collection ol
pictui"- m. mined in this vuy He is a trieini
it ln-ii'loi Hvrnes and hy s(iecinl indul
gene nnd undei the twrvinul conduct ot the
gr-nl lets-tive wiu- enabled to procure unj
negatives that could not t,- duplicated In tin-
ouutr He and tlie inpecuir v:ited tin-
vi leM dives and, wu iiout the inmnUvf Ik-ihv
iiivnre or his purtsso. ne wouio get nc
itinera focused, uml without warning.
lightning Hash from tils pistol would tlx ll
vene ot the plat3. One of the scones mini
ipiiltn den is K-culiarly ll"octive, us lie stst
in the doorway unnoticed until the nuigi.c-
11111 light Hashed out und cuught the win...
picture, with every inmate of the pluce 11,
hi natural, unrestrained attitudo 1'hen
ire tun tan players in the fuU fury ot lie
ritme on soino of his plate dance hull-
illled with half drunken and wholly drum.. ..
urtitcs knocking their glosses on tlie table 1.
ipplause of some salacious ditty chanted 1 .
t Uilizcned creuturo whom It Ls Hatterv '
all a woman Without going dow 11 nil. f.
niiiiiils ot tho criminal classes, it is p..-,,
hioiigh this largo collection of p root
let i clear idea of tlieui in then uncoi.-ci...
Une ot ttie most remarkable picture-ni-
nlliH-tion is one taken, not hv the on
,.,iieot incandescent mineral, but tmprii'n
11 I ne M'lisitive gi'lltme by heaven's ow n t ,.
iV'ihi. l)i Hrst began Ins oxK'riineiit
.1. -onsiiore last unniuei there came 11 111:'
1 i.itciiv tilackness, with a prodlglou- w 11.
ul gicat electrical disturbances, but '
1111 Carrying the camera out upon i
ncli and drawing the slide he waited to;
...-hot the lightning, winch was blinding 1
-intensity A sudden gleam lit the wm.,i
.ul us suddenly expired 111 blackness h
i.ixhi the slide and carried the plate awi.
.11 development. Such a picture as that rn
m ikwhi. photographiHi by lightning, pr
cnls wits nevei eipialisi It Is like one
loios gliustlv phanta-ies
AMUSINU D.Nlf'S GL'KSTS
Another use ot this Hash photography is t.
1 il ml uiuusement to one's guests. It 1 1 ; i --UHrMsied
for the mouieiit the amuttiiir iv
iatiouist and the parloi warbler At biea.
'ast. luneheoii and dinner parties the cnuier.
man is introduced uml catches a picture
the entire scene, the results being di
irihutod by mail among the guests a Pe
days later It iisisl to be the fiuhion, wliei
attending a meal uotuhle iu any way, to se
cure the autographs ot tho whole ,urty 01
the back ol ihe menu, but now it is held tai
more desirable to have tho likoiieau ot Hi.
famous or lHautltul participants, uud that r
their natural attitudes, engrossad in conver
sjition, und 1101 primly arranged for iurpett
The other night a lot of actors and nrri-
- Ilium, Howard Pyie, Itaeher the etcheijj
young Sotheru, Bob Hilliard, and more tliiui''
I can recall at the momeiil wuro frolicking
III a studio ut a o'clock in the morning w ;V
Ibicher suddenly Hasliisl 111 camera 011 t.
and tliey are Hxe.1 lorever in the full tide-tW
. . . ... .
a lark. I he isjttles are like loaves in v uuuu
brosit. the air is thick with smoke wreatlK s
lllllianl is in the midst ot a good stiry Hid
the auditors ull roaring with laughter It
tlie most lite like and picturesiiuephot.ygj-aph
of allot the many instantaneous px.tires I've
seen Auothei was taken at a luncheon
given by Mrs Stevens to Miss Paget just Is?
fore she set sitil tor Knghiud, mid the young
Knglisti beauty was cuught by the camera
with tier mouth wide open in a yawn, which
she look advantage ol the momentary durk
emug of the room to indulge 111 It displays,
does that rosy opening, 11 good double rowot
sound white tooth, but tre ellivt is verv
funny, aud her triends say that her counte
nance i even mor on thou caudtd. New
York Cor Urooklyu hagly-
Ariii) Orders In r.rriiiunjr.
In the new regulatiowilfgr the conduct of
Held operations of. UijU$hnan army, the
careful otserv'WtmiaaIWiStheinuticaJ pre
cision of the cAWahiiyaj jJs clearly dis
ojeruible The iULatwitq tiu, advance
guunl and tbe iMifulWjJiifji mun-hmg
army has lioeti varioiJyfePuati by mili
tarv witei. "fiKtS?! tendency to
strengthen the Vct the rear In
the ne IJiMtiiapJSwniWhWMi reversed, the
rear guard U'lhlf hWde by" far the strongest,
Iwuiise itHHi ksrtfror any suprt, while
tho advaiwii'KirKjtal nee.1 of any rt-en
fom'nientK,rtMtJ,'H)ytJall back or wait for
the main ftto.'YWfiUp II is, however,
where ttipvtM. rjKlveii as t4 keeping a
IHirtion iil-ihjtill-lvajroii Hie hue ot ouiivli
mid (he trvsrtWuijnji's while en rtipte
thai thrn wwrjf,!!"? n'iK"al and inter
estuig, nuLktHT'hW'tiou of giving an
opinion a4wjlfrtHlir, thoir reasouuble
StudentrtwWtsHW'ry wi tvinemls-r
how olien'iiijWwfHhjsyerytliiiig luvonug
their IK5',U1"", lU
tnoruitttid byyiu,juurvldii without lsvl
It is theVJMHwKMliMtrv nml thr iuiii"
for n th
V'UMl give tne innii.ie
f sTclmin is nol grvald
unk mi an unnv
4.MtaXV slowest MS'lioiis
KMfUsiorv 01 tlie i en
tiMlish ihiIicv ol
le givct li rest
ot thai pe
MV'IIU un l
ami then I
,se of prvmaiurt
Kverr have been
iimii v iiHuie
tui. ScitM Mile
fruit of Kxperlence.
Llfo Insnranco Superintendent Great
Ctrsarl Another flOO.000 goue on Mr.
Stnmgman. dead nt 40
Secretary Yes. sir. and the president of
the Thirty Mile a Day association is very
low We've got foO.UOO risked on him, and
then there's Bullyboy, the champion sprinter,
jut buried. SUO.lWU gone on him, and wo had
f.VK).u00 risked on stroke oars, pedestrians,
pugilists, etc all dead within a week
"There isn't a moment to loose. Telegraph
nil the agents to insure tho sick and dying
If vie don't get more Invalids and fewe
athletes we 11 be swamped." Omaha World
A Tamlly Trunt.
Old Kriuud And how ure the boys getting
Proud Father - Splendidly, splendidly
They imtli live in the same town aud bothurr
lilud U bear It. very glnd. The oldei
one. I remember learned the trndu of shot
making What is the other one!"
"He's a corn doctor "Omaha World.
I'lirsot Tliemsel ve.
"My bontititul Choolio, 1 uetTer tiro 01
Inking nt your lofely hair!"
The young couple sat in tlmilegant parlor ot
a hotel, enjoying a tete-a-teto They werp o:
their wedding tour Julia Van Sinnkius. t!
beautiful Pennsylvania luiirsss, who had mi
the distinguished toreijn uobleman. Conn
do Bergamol. while on a visit to her frienn
111 the metropolis, had yjeldod to the Impiii
slve nrdor with which the i-ount pressed hi
-mt. and after a bnet courtship the two wer.
married Lite looked blissful uud romautl
to the ecstatic young couple, und a futur
lull of rose embowered vistas, endless moon
light reveries, und the dreamy dolce la
mente ot far away tropical Kden.s, who-,
existence vvas guessed by Ixith but unspoke
by either, rose before their rapturous vision
The head of the Iwautil'ul bride rested 00:
Hdmgiy on the shoulder of her husbuud, ti-.
noble Count de Bergamot. and at tho soun
of his voice she looked up.
"I nm glad, my dear count," she sai.
tint my hair pleases you."
Lifting tlie lovulj head from his should
tho noble foreigner ran his lingers throng
the wavy masses ot her golden hair tor a t.-v
moments 111 silence, and then with n delet
entml. suggestive niHectlon of voico ho fib
"Uuvm a shamjioo. slrl"
Ib-coveri:c himself as his bride looked u
mm w itn a start ot -urpriso he drew In-."
his pocket a rathei lean wallet, took 11 lia...
note Irom it and handed it to her.
"My tear Ch'silia," he said, "let me haf t
iiapiuuess rif gilling you my first present o
The tan brul'- took the note, looked at th
figures that indicated its denoinination, W.
ped 111 a mechanical way on thu ceuti.
table, and called out 111 a shrill voice:
"Ca-a-it-slii" Chicago Tribune.
He w-n ntiparently making a loe lino foi
police headquarters His clothes were ton.
and soiled, hit whisker- full of cotton bat
ting. Ins hands cut and bleeding, und tn.
otlicer who met htm promptly exclaimed:
"ltight down to the tlrst corner, and then
turn to the left. The sergeant will hear your
"Don't you want the gang arrested V
"For wuutf No one has done anythin
"Thev Imven'tl Why. I thought from
your looks that"
"Oh. come ofTI I'm simply moving
another house." Uetioit Free Press.
An Anniiyliii; Loss.
Mistress Why, Bridget. I thought you
wore going out this afternoon!
Bridget Shure, mum. oud I Intlnded to,
but it's not tnesiif that can foind me music
roll, bud cess to It I Texas Sit tings.
I'lunti und llubles.
Doctor I'm at mid you don't tako the baby
out doors often enough.
Mother Nonsense, She catches cold every
time she goes out. Pin sick of this air butb
"But, my dear madam, you know flowers
can't gvt along without sunshine"
"Well, Uowers can't get nlottg without wet
feet, either." Omaha World.
Didn't Catch That Hoy.
Gentleman 1 suppose you make as many
trips up as down during the day, don't you,
New Klovator Boy Yea. sir; In the morn
ings when the eople are going to work all
the triw is up, and when they close up in
tbo afternoons all the trips is down. Judge.
Customer I would like a pair of trousers.
Floor Walker Trousersl Yes, sir. About
what price. ir
Customer Oh, thrive or four dollars.
Floor Walker John, bow this gentleman
to the (units counter. Philadelphia Call.
A t---dlll IJiivstion,
"ror niccoucu. noia iuu oream, lies
! Rvntlemnn who pretends w know w hat to
when other n-opio don t. 111 the geutief., u,,rjblo haste in ortler to do all thut klm
man tell us hour u let goof the hlxxishwiU to before the abutters ore put up.
long enough to get n Hnugrtp ou tbe breatii (HiiiI tsimes out late, bocauso her husband
No I'luv for Style.
There ls no bluett where stvld count to liti
tli as in the linin of a ooekctboo-, Uanf -
WAYS OF SHOPPERS.
MONDAY THE BARGAIN HUNTERS'
DAY IN THE STORES.
Vednesdity the Parmer's Wife Comes
to Tumi-Thursday the "Ijtily Help"
Conies I'ortlt In Her Olnry A Hush on
"Every day brings forth a difTcrent class
of shopijors," said Inspector ICuox, of Bos
ton's jiolico headquarter, to a reporter The
inspector is one of tho most astute detect! ves
of shoplifters and pickpockets In the polico
business, nnd, from long habits of observa
tion, ho can "si2o up" u crowd with remark
able quickness and accuracy lie can usu
ally tell at a glance whether a person in a
big dry goods store is "straight" or "crook
ed." There is something about every thief
that "gives hlmuvvay " Notwithstanding tha
disguises which they adopt, female shoplifters
and pickpockets can never deceive Inspector
Knox. The way they act when they meet
him is often amusing Tho detective pro
tends never to see. thorn, and they at once
bejjm maneuvering to ascertain whether ho
hss really noticed them. Wherever thero is
a mirror or a store window that olfers an
opportunity to sco what is going on without
looking iiround, tho "siisiocts" strive in in
genious ways to study tho insjiector's facu
Th'olllcer has been too long In tho busl
ness to get caught napping in this way, nnd
the thief will gradually come to Imliove that
he has not lieen observed. It is, of course,
the object of tho otilccr to make 11 case
against tho suspect, nnd nt the same time ta
Ibid out in vv'.wt manner stolen property is
likely to bo disposed of. Tho thing then tc
be lone is to shadow tho suspect through all
the stores which ho or sho may visit, and
Hnnlly to tho lair This is n most difllcull
thing to do, ns tho thief who has had cxn
rieuco will always make anumberof "blull's'
at going home, lerhaps calling at half a
liozondifFcront places, going in front doors
und out back ones, until tho olllcor his lost
1 ho scent.
DAY KOK DAIICAI.V HUNTERS.
"Mmday." said Inspector Ivnox to tho re
porter, "is tho bargain hunters' day. They
lKivotaken all tho Sunday papers just to set
vlnt they havo got to oiTcr. Tho news and
utenry articles havo no interest to them
TueJ grab up tho paper as soon ns they gel
inter bed buudny morning, undulldav lonp
ihey poro over it, reading tho cut dowr
......i, ..I cM-,-0 .I,,.,... .1.. . . I
jt.-tiut nut. w, uuaiu-t a, uiesa Jjuuiis, 1IUI1M
turijdiiiis, including tin pails and brooms
.ml ill the rest, nnd thoycan hardly waitfoi
Motay to come, they nro sc itnxious to gel
0 tu. bargain countei's to inspect tho 'mark
down.' Monday is u hard day for tho em
.'loyo in the stores. Theso eoplo prcdomi
:ialo,ind they look over $10,000 worth ol
.tun for every dollar's worth thej
my. Of courso, thero uro other pe
.. ( ..
iy that tho burn
, Ight way. Soino of the
.'..of tores 11s 'hens' and 'ri
ie 10111 011 .uouiiuy, uut 1 meat
1 ... , .
mat 1110 uarrrain hunter hiu
cm nro known ie
ifters' und then
rsfi'i in life seems to lo to make the c!er;:s
i.r?..' Monday niter Monday 1 seo hun
.:-en of f.ico. that 1 have not teen for just a
s:, nml I know them likoa book. I don't
uuosu any of them spend more than tifty
cus or 01, but what they don't know on the
ibet of bargains isn't worth knowing.
..iV know nil ubout prmta and prices, il
.,g don't know anything else. Scmo ol
net haven't got over tho old fashion ol
yig to beat tho clerk down. Thnt used to
.3 10 iavorite pastime gt many estimable
Imuiies Irom tho north end. but with tin
methods of doing retail business, it
us useless us talking to u stone wall.
i'ut-sday is a better kind of shopping day
'mistresses como out. 1 suoposo thev
omo to learn that the bargain huntei
ijt have her day, and thero is not nine!'
-.jiorc 111 entering into couiietition with
So tho 'mistresses' wait until Tuesday,
13tk.cn they .01110 lorth in ell their glory
.ijmmv them pretty well now, but thero is,
ifr.irse. less samuuers in tins class of cus-
leva than tkero is in tho Monday set
FOLKS niCISI Till: COL'.NTKV
edneslay we ox-pert tliocountrv tieonla
I'j Sunday pajiers havo by this timo been
rel far nnd near, and tho farmer nnd the
fjner's wife having rend, marked, learned
;i inwardly digested ab that was therein
citnined, harness up, drive to the depot and
t3 tram to Boston, with pockets well llllod.
lb tho easiest thing in tlie world to tell when
1 to are it lot of country people iu town.
'By clog up tho sidewalks, if they are ul
al numerous, nnd they ,-apo inK) window!
al liniiv; over counters. . if half bewildered
btho rush nnd noise. Ono would suppose
fc wheru theycamo so oftn, ius many ol
tin undoubtedly do, they would get usedw
tl: but then, thero is 11 grent dill'erence bo
evn working on a quiet farm and elbowing
yir way through Boston's narrow streets,
al il' they should come overy week, 1 don'l
ii-vo that it would bo possible to get used
ttho chango and act like city people. The
entry coplo aro good people for us tc
hdlo. They nro r.lways polito nnd much
tie considerate (nan tho people of the city
L tt l. ..tn,..i.. .
.', Ill itHtt:u llil-lt tiitvtcatn ciusci, UU,
i guard them against pickpockets, to whom
y might easily fall victims. Yet I will
v this tor mo country housewife: Sh
iows how to carry her money a great ileal
Iter than tho city woman docs. You novel
u country woman going along with along
rrow isx'ketbook sticking away out of 1
ip pocket, from which it could bo taken
ith the greatest case. I ho country woman
olds on to her money as though it bod com
ard, and wus going just iu tbo sasio man
Thursday brings a remarkable change,
is tho Biddies' day Thero is the plain,
Ivery day sort of creature, the 'lady help1
om tho UacS bay, ana the nurses, coowi
id chamber toilers. Two out of three oi
lose tve seo ou Thursday aro servant glrlx
hey flood tho stores, looking for dress goodi
fovv grades better lliau ineir mistrvsse
ear, and they All tho horse cars with th
nocltdown fragrauco of their erfumes.
ho wives of bolotuou, in all their glory,
ero uut arrayed like tomu of these. Tin
fnursday class is a generous one in many
spects. I don t believe that th") nvcrngt
rvant girl is saving much money They
ud liberally, and on their day oil they
bvo a pretty good time of it.
"Friday Is a shopping day which tins no dls-
nctive feature- 1 hero ure almost all kiuili
f iieoplo out on Friday, and usually, I think,
;tail business Is pretty Saturday is
no bamu, only more so. There is u big rush
i Saturday, anu a very large amount of
oney is suddenly put mio circulation. The
lerk gts half au hour oft Just
run out aua buy something hi
IUS IUIU UlS 0 DU UU lUO WC-CK,
id the clerks wire, having got a little
r ,'.mm i,im i tinm tn ni.iL-.. i, ......
dIlaM.; before the closing hour, rushes urouiul
fr1-1 K , "J; 1110 "y
MU must liww ,t.v, ut.v. ,.UN, 11 jj 1UD1
r 1 bout causing lue storeKeejier muc h loss of
.tae and tliu away. It U au easy thing fot
xple tn Boston wlw are living from band M
e 10 n-o iitnv tuuru aro many tnousanus 01
jkiouiu auu " J uoiviumui uvj ittouejr
kv 011 rvatutwij, -mwii ueruia.