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THE SATURDAY PRESS
Supplement Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Saturday, August 18, 1883.
t.'rm-ANi i it it it 1 11 1. 1:,
It wrm In lliMcnrn, Tint lucllc vrro Ml
llntr lo(cllicr, IhisIIt hikiiiisI In ' '
Milliin. On llin rent fdti( llirni out a
III lilt r-ji'nr-olil lxijr, Ifoliiiillx-i'ti limit
iiifl out lit lliu wlmlow, niiri'ii!ly
nlmorlml iiifiiliiiiUtlii of tliniiiotili
liiiiiormnn ill tlin ouIhIiIii wotlil, Hmlili'ti
ly lio turiiinl from llin window ; lm Imi;iiii
hrnrt'liliiL) nlmtit tlin ir, mrlnltiiliiK In
11 lil(li, iliiiiV(il('n: "Mniiimn, wlili'li
limn In it Hint leokn no funny ? " " Hli I "
rimtlmii'il IiIn inollmr. Hut tint lioy
viisn'Mi) lm Imnluil, " I ilon't nn thn
limn wltli llui I111I1I lieiul, inntntnn, mnl
tlin tunny ml noun." Tim "oil " win ro
N-nlii, liy tliiit limn tlin rnr miih in 11
titlnr, kiivii mill ixdiilltig nun elderly
(inllcinnii with n rry linlil lienil nml u
vi-ry ml mwi'. Kin nyrit ttiirn rltnlcil
upon liia jinpnr with 11 IIximIihhs that
win qiiilo fri,;litful, Afniti Hid lioy:
"Olilmiw I wo Mini Hoi wlml 11
lirlght iiimu I Wlmt liitikin it no ivil,
. iiminmn?" " (leii-gln I" nliontcil lili
mother in u nliigp wliinjicr. Hut (lcril
wiui not to lio Hloppnl. " Miiinnin," lio
continued, "wlmt inmloyim nay lm lmil
a li(lit-lioiini) on liin fiicn? I iliin'l Bco no
liKlit-lionmi." AkiiIii "Ocorijinl" anil
UiIh liinu with 11 hIIkIiI nlinkit. Onco
miyii tlio pi,ilii( voice, tlio ImliMiniilcil
piiHi!ii5ur uniting nt Ills paper moro
(leiculy Hunt uior and griming redder
ntiiryiiifiinnnt, " Mnminn, f ilon't tliink
liw liontl looknlikotlioHlitlu Ifonwdi.mo.
Jt'n nliiny likn it, lint it imi't wiynller "
Wliilo the titlnr went roiiml again,
(It'orgin'ri mother whinpureil rapiilly to
tho lioy, anil gnu her Iioh(ii1 a box on
c noli oar, wlile.li nepmeil topartially iluprt
llin attention from thn linhl-hemlcil im-m-iipr,
lmt not entirely. Ifo erieil oneo
more, tlinmph lustrum : " Yon naiil hit
homo iw an rul an a litnt, mamma; I
iliiln't cay iiiithiiig I " Hlrimgo to nay,
IholiahMietiileri pnhM)ii(;er iliiln't lako
part in tho Mipiircwil Imighter Hint
followed ; lint ho jmt on his lmt, and
Mil 1i!h ni)o in llin papur, over which ho
Rlareil at thu hoy na though ho wanted
tountliim. And jet, wherein wa tho
boy tolilamt!? liottm Trtmnnitt.
8aiiite-Houo, tho eminent eritie, wnn
onco engaged in u duel. Wliilo tho pro
liminarioH wero being arranged, itbfgan
to rain nliglilly, aiiilthunutlior of " Vol
nple," who lind prmleiitly brought lii.s
umbrella with him, huld itovor his hoad
willi linn hand, wliilo ho iirmly gratped
bin hw ord with tho othur. This proceed
ing being objected to by tho HCfonils as
irregular, hu coolly replied that it waa
ipiito sufilclent for him to rink iin lifo
without running tho uhnnco of cntrliiug
rold into tholmgain.
Ho however did not lack courage,
which in moro than can bo Haiil of one of
his eollengucH, who, lluding himself un
der the nurcnity of nccejiting a chal
Inngc, only cuuiteiitcil Ui do to ou being
conlldontinlly informod by hi necond
that in tho prenunt caso tho duel waa
merely a mutter ot form, and that liis
ndvernary would take, euro not to hit
liiin. Bomowhat comforted by thin as
nurance, ho repuireil to tho act-no of
action, nml tho diotiineo twonty-flvo
paeeH having been duly weawircd,
boldly faced hia ojiKncnt, who, ou tho
fiignnl being ghen, blazei1 away, and
neatly perforated tho critic'H hat just
hull mi inch abovo tho head.
" Confound it t " hu exclaimed to his
Hccoml, who wim congratulating him on
Iuh gallant bearing. " Why didn't jou
tell 1110 that bo was going to Bjtoil my
now hat? I would luvro put ou an old
Dn. Hammond holds that ninoking is
bad for Ikij h and women. It impairs
their iligcntion, night ami hearing, ho
Huya, and rendera them subject to jien
ralgin iuuI ilit,ennes of tho brain. 1'or
men be thinks the mod rata .imokii.g ot
a cigar is good, retarding tho W.11.I0 ol
tlio tissues, making the. food goUrthor
ml enabling them to bear trouble niUi
lr you porinVt wouM wiitn,
TroUIe tn and lec I cf raptrf
Irnl thru luvi)l Ui &tDt,
And ItiMi Jut let the crtiir cter.
A LAIMK'IIKAHTf.l) WUHAN.
" Uy wife," said a hard-fo-itured old
Iieuedick, wheu tho subjoct of conver
witiou h " woman," " is ouo ot the
largost-lieartcd women I have ever
kuowu. 81m thinks tint of herself,
second of the children, third ot hor rela
tives, fourth of her frieuds, Afth ot her
scipiainUnees, siith ot tier husband.
Mighty tow ladioa can get over so ramoh
ground a that, I can toll ye."
Thkt are endeavoring to console the
wife ot a man who haa accidentally
drowned himself. "Cvuie, come, my
dear," oayi one, "it is ery hard, 1
know, especially not to bo able to
find the body." "Yea, it is," sobbed
tho widow; " that U what is hardest, If
1 could only recover the corpse my
own William's body If I don't, how'Il
I ever bo able to get married again t
You know how strict the law is. Five,
hundred franca to the man that tluds tho
.mm . 1 , . ,
A man who'll maliciously act fire to
shed," aaid Mr. Blow, " and burn up
Iweety cows, ought to be kickid to
doaUi by a doukojr and I'd like to do it
vxyatdf I "
Do what must bo doue as gracefully
TK.t ,V ..If MA'.
Tho firing nnd premration of ten fur
market, m prncllced In Japnii, Is ns fol
lows j The J paneio grre.11 tn mav lm
divided Into threo genrrnl rlnsses, col.
oreil, iiueolorod nml banket fired. 'J lie
leaf lined for nil llii-sn is from tho naiiio
plant, illirerlng only in ipiality, eomli.
All lens lined by foreigners am llrst
fired bjr thn natives in tho plnnis when)
grown, 11 a gradii ot colored ten Is In
bo mrulo this tired leaf (four or flvo
pounds) Is lnken nml put Into iron pan
or ImjwIs, wlilnh mo lienled nomotlinen
M) to 11 tompcrnturi) of 212 degrees Fah
renheit. Thu haves nrn Hum nipldly
stirred by lininl ngiiiimt thu luneolli Irnn
surfaces nomo twonty mliiuteM. A tea
spoonful of thoroughly pulverised soap
stomi (naponilo) and live grains or so of
IKiwdorud Ohinusa indigo are phced in
tho pnn nml thoroiijjhly rubbed Into tlio
hftf for aliout twonty minutes moio,
when half a tcnspoonful of noain(one or
gypiuin and pulvo.w.. d laniiirnclc bnrlt (n
species of larch) in mldod, and tho stir
ring and rubbing is eonlinuod for twou
ty minutes mors. It is then put inU
cold pans and simply rohbiubhrd
sgsinst tlin iron surfsco until it has Hi
required p tish, which is arrived at In
from forty minutes to su hour. This it
tho ordinnry wny of preparing colored
Othor materials nropprhnps Hoinctimrs
used, but no far as I can learn nil nru n
hnrnilesH as Hioho mentioned. 'J'ho dif
ferent mauufactiirurs, of eourne, vniy
tlio process a liltio now and then to pro
dueo slight changes of color. Tho lurrf
is then run through three to live sU.-r.
of nioves, till nil tlio dust nnd loose. ( .
oring matter is noparated. Tlio shrink
sgo is nbout 12 per cent. This coloring
process is considered beneficial to Hi
leaf, tending to presorvo itn ehnpo nad
There can bo no doubt that tho .Tap.
sueso prepared leas are far superior in
purity to tho Chinese, In coloring Oiii
eao tens various things nro lined that
arc- deleterious to hoalth, unless it lis
thai the heat to which thoy nro sub
jected renders lliora innocuous. Vratr,
ianbluo is frequently used instead ol
indigo in their green, and black loud in
thoir black teas. Uncolorud bias nro
aado in tho snmo way nml quantities,
nnd rubbed nguinst tlio iron p.uis until
tho surfaces have tho desired ixiliah, iuid
aro U1011 niflol until nothing but the
wholo leaves nro left.
llnsket firing is dono in bamboo baa
kots, shnped something liko our hour
glasses, which aro shaken over hot pans.
Tho leaf is put iuto tho upper lobo of
U10 basket nnd worked iuto tho lower,
nml so, lmok and forth, until finisliea'.
The Ions of weight is about U per cent.
Ivnuular h'tpoi t, T. J). Van Jiitrcn.
katjxu j.v 7 uk irur i.yimc.s.
Btrango as it may seem at first sight,
Ycrylnxly in tho West Indies eats very
largo meals. The climate is no hot you
must take food freely to make up losavn,
and the apatite has to bo stimulated by
a great variety of dishes, as well as by
tho copious uso of those very insidious
capsicums, and thu' still more dullcious
httlo red and yellow bird-peppers. A
few of these tempting fruits nro placed
ii salt-cellars at every meal, nnd, wish
the bright tropical flowers which iuvnri
ably garnish tho table in pretty sjeol.
men vases, they give n general air of
pleasant esthetic rcflnoiucut to the
wholo arrangements. Breakfast is a
really solid ami substantial repast, usu
ally put off till lmlf.pust lOor H o'clock,
U10 pangs of pressing hunger being
stilled before the early morning canter
by a enp of coffee in thu bedroom.
With it sometimes cornea a cassava-coke,
one ot tho best Jamaica institutions,
made by the negro villagers from tlio
roughly-scrapi d meal of thu arrow-root
plant. This meal Is rolled iijto a thin
pasbV, and then baked hard nnd dry iuto
round cakes, about the thioknesa ot a
Scotch oatmeal bannuck but much moro
delicate iu taste.
Tim addresses on Chinese letters are
Iwnys translated in Sau Francisco. Of
ho names that Ihu translator turns out
from tho curiouo little marks on the en
velopes, t!;o licos aro most numerous.
Tho supencri'iitious, after being trans
lated, rriul something niter this fash
ions "Sam Lee, laundryman," Then
follows city and Statu in due order. The
Jnci Iiecs nro thn must numerous ; next
mn tho Hop Lees, then tho Wab. Lees,
thu Lung licea, tho Chung Lees and the
Hung Lees. Tho Waits are tint far be
hind. Tho Lung family is not so numer
ous. Tho Won Lungs and tho Ling
Luqgs aro the most numerous. The
Viks, too, aro quito n colony. Ham Liug
s a pros pel oils laundryman. Tho Chin
Jliim arn yet scarce, as nro the Chow
Jho. It is surprising to net ice the
lumber ot O'ilricnn and Cullins and
ther Irish 1 sine. This is accounted
or from tho f.ict that the Chiuiunen of
ii marry Irishwomen and take their
vn co' names.
"Tuft tell nu," raid the reformer,
that; yon -havo quit siuotiug. 1 am
lad to h4t it. Now, tell me, why did
011 quit?"' Reformed tinoker, feeling
ir a match, "'Cause my cigar went
Tiikhr is si difference of from 90 to CO
ent U tvee n tho wholcsalo and retail
ricf o' teas, slid generally a prcftt of
vvir ICO er c-. nt.
.'. II HillU) A ir.UtllAMT.
"Hay, mister, I wnntn warrant right
quick I" exclaimed nti Irate; womni., as
she dashed into pollen heiulquarUrs.
"What do you want of a wntraijt
asked tho sergeant.
" For my nervniil girl, linn aim got
nuy right to ehnso mn 11 round the houso
with n eloth(siiola?"
" Certainly lint,"
"ThnlV what I thought Which of
us IniH u right to nnt nt tho first table,
nho or inn ?"
" Why, yon, of course."
"Ho I supposed, I want to know If I
have got to mlcep on tho bank feneo with
tho rats four nights In n week whllo shti
gives parties in tho kitchen?"
"Assuredly not. Why don't you ills
"I can't get near enough. Hay, does
the law justify her in using my fnlso
teeth to draw carpet-tacks, and making
1110 shin around with nothing ou but a
M'r-pin and n aoro-tliruat, wliilo she
wears my clothes to n wnkn?"
"I ilon't believe it does."
"Ho I concluded. Ol'mon wnrrnnl."
"Cnn'tgcl any warrant here. You'll
hnvo to go boforo tho Judgo in Uio
"Will, eh I Well, t won't) If you
think I'm going to wasto any moro timo
lawlng with that girl jou'ro left. To
morrow morning tho oil-can will bo left
alongside the kitchen stove, and if you
find a job lot of legs and backbone
around your prr-cinot you can mnko up
your mind that that girl is out ot a job,
nnd I'm busy collecting the insurance.
You hear this twittering I"
And sho loft the sergeant wondering
if oven dynamite would have any effect
on a girl who could get tho best of that
woman. llranklyn liailc.
Till! fine tick u HI.
A story is told in most Parisian green
rooms ot "Tho Manager and tho Five
Tenors." Tho manager had engaged a
French operetta troupe to perform in a
city of South America, Ho wnn tho
most polito nnd generous of managers.
Ho offered high terms, promised his
proteges 11 benefit apiece, made tho best
arrangements for their comfort on tho
voyage out, and at last had tho nit is fac
tion of steaming off with them all. Tho
day when thoy started was a lluo one,
nnd assoon no tlio shores of Franco had
faded out of sight tho company, to keep
up their spirits, began to sing on deck.
Hut very soon thoy stopped, nnd five
gentlemen were seen to stare nt ono an
other with consternation. They wcio all
flvo tonora. "Why, how is this?" cried
one. "I was engaged as tlio only
tenor." "That is my case, too," chimed
in another, nnd no Haid thoy all. The
manager had dunk down iuto tho cabin
during this altercation, but ho was called
np again nnd was requested to furnish
explanations. "Culm your minds," ho
said in n cheerful tono ; "you nro live
tonors now, lmt I calculate fhal four ol
you will bo carried off by tho yellow
fever as soon as wo land, and I promise
that tho ono who survives shall bo my
only tenor." Under this grim jest may
perhaps lurk a grain of fact which it
would bo well not altogether to lose
KV1KKVK is vkouhkhh.
To science, again, wo owo the idea ot
rogrtss. Tlio ancients, said Dagehot,
" had no conception of progress; thoy
did not so much as reject tho idea; thoy
did not oven entertain it." It is not, T
hink, now going too far to say that tho
trim test of civilization of n nation must
bo measured by its progress in science.
It is often Haid, however, that, great and
unoxiocted .us tho recent discoveries
have been, thero are certain ultimate
problems which must ever remain un
solved. For my part, I would prefer
to ahxtaiii from laying down any Mich
limitations. When Park asVcd tho Arabs
what beenruo of tho sun at night, and
ht-ther tlio suu was always tho snmo or
ew each day, they replied that such a
question was childish and beyond tho
i-ach of human investigation. Even us
Into its 1812 so high nn authority ns
Com to treated ns obviously impossible
and hopeless any attempt to determine
thu chemical composition of tho heaven
ly IkkIich. Doiihtlt&s there are ques
tions the solution of which we do not ua
vi t no our way even to attempt; never
theless tho experience of tho past warns
us not to limit tho possibilities of tho
'titure. Sir John Lubbock before the
A man's reputation, liko his coat, may
bo toiled without touching tho man
himself, siuco tho repiUatiou is not tho
character, any moro than the tdcuvu is
tho arm it envelop. The character can
)o soiled only by what the man himself
does, while; the reputation may hnvo
mud throwu uion it by uuy wretch un
manly enough to waut to injure tho
tunding ot another, Wl! ore to so.
that our motives are pure, our princi
ples honorable, and our outward lifo
governed by them, and to go about oiu
duty calmly, confident that in tho end
they who unjustly seek" to injure ua wft
do ua no harm. - '
Omb must set to work betimes to keep
Mie's self (rortjrom puuiou.
Butt in has n tetJiiraut exclusively fa'
AciUBiion'a motto tNev.r pnt off
till to-worrow what son bo dunned to-
tint niiAnvr.HT AKrAiiosmr vvt.
UK OAH.IAtlXAO HVI'.U HAD.
M. Paul do Cawinirniu!, the editor of
( J'tijjt, and who Is undoubtedly tho
iiiohI celebrated duelist living, has had
sixteen encounters on tho field of honor,
nnd lias been wounded slightly thrcn
limes. Ho U until to hnvo killed two of
his antagonist. Now nml then Onssag
mm "swears off," promising never to
llghtngiiln, but the resolution, like soino
ither plnusihln pledges, is easily broken.
Whii Do Faiiro Insulted him In thu
Chamber of Deputies, In lfl7H, Oassag.
line said, savagely! " If I hadn't protn
In d not to go out ngnlii, I'd kill you fr
this." Cassagnno met his worst enemy,
II. Adrien do Moulolicllo, yeslerdny,
Nov. '20. Thero has been for normi tlniii
11 bitter grudgu between the two, which
was iiggrnvatoil by M, do Montebcllo'n
nttenipt during tho election to wrest tho
roiiHlltutinoy of Moriadnc, originally
represented by Jf. Granicr du Oassagnae,
from his son. 'J'ho contest was keen,
but thu Jtonapnrlist triumphed never
theless. For some weeks thero seems to
havo been n sort of truce, but M. Paul
do Cassngnao took oHon3 nt M. do
Jloritcbollo congratulating M. Clcmon
eonit ou his attack 0:1 tlio Government,
and on thn following day tho J'tiin ap
peared with a furious nrtielo against M.
Leon Hay's chief secretary froji its im
petuous editor's own pen. Thu insult
was too grois to bo passed over, and M,
Adriou do Montohello accordingly ut
onco dispatched two of his friends, tho
Vicomto do Huint Pierre, Hcmitor, and
M. OiiKsirnlr Porler, Deputy, to M, Paul
do Cassagnac for the purpono of ar
ranging tho preliminaries of a hostile
encounter. Those gentlemen wero
promptly joined by M. Ooorges Ilramo,
Deputy, and Commandant Illnuc, acting
for M. do Cassagnac, and it was settled
that tho duel should taku place on Sat
urday afternoon at 1:00, on M. Dulo.'s
rotate, at Epinay stir Heine. Punctual
to thd minute, principals nnd seconds
appeared nt tho Irynting-plnco yesterday,
but it waa noon perceived Hint tho
ground selected would nol. suit, nnd nn
hour was spoilt in toarch of 11 bettor
arena. Finally 11 spot was found, that
answered every requirement, and tho
adversaries w ero noon face to face with
each other. It was a battlo of giants.
M. do Cassagnno is a big, heavy man,
lather over than tinder six feot in height,
but ho is small in comparison to M. do
Montabello, who actually towers abovo
him, though of n very sparo build. Both
aro very strong and admirable fencers,
bnt tho BonapartiBt proved himself tho
better man of tho two. Aftorapnssor
two a blue vest worn by 31. de Monte
hello was pierced by his adversary's
sword, nnd ho exclaimed that he thought
ho wah touched in tho broist Tho
doctor examined the place, but found
no wound, nnd tho combat was con
tinued. It was nt tho fifth puss that M.
do Montobollo was wounded iu the riglit
arm, "SI. do Oatssagnac'a weapon pene
trating to tho very 1oup. Ho dropped
his sword, and M. da Cas-agiinc, turn
ing to his seconds, remarked that ho
thought it was all over, as he felt that
he had struck home. His prediction
proved correct, tho doctor refusing to
allow tho combat to bo continued. M.
do Cassngnuo declared that he had
never had bucIi trouble with an adver
oarv. '--onrfoi Timts.
Bomb comparatively-harmless dmgs
may in certain combinations In-come
dangerous explosives. A mixture of
chlorate ot potash, tincture of iron anil
glycerine has exploded in a patient's
pocket; and chlornte of potash, com
bined with catechu, used ns a dentifrice,
is likely to explodo in one's mouth it
much lively friction bo made with the
Ik the office of tlio Secretary of New
Mexico at Santa Fo, are deposited tho
most ancient oOiciil ilocume.nto iu tho
United States, running back nearly lt'O
years before the landing of tho Pllgrinm
at l'lj mouth. Ono of theso hisioriuil
treasures is a journal of tlin conquest of
Now Mexico in 1094, signed by Diego
de Vardraa and containing a full account
of the campaign.
"Mr husband is a bruto," declared
Mine. X. to an iutimate friend thu other
day. " Why, my dear, wbat'a the mat
ter cow?" "He fomid fault with a lit.
He vivacity ot mine yesterday, and I
threw a candle-stick at his head ; thru
what do you suppose he did ?" "I don't
know." "Why, ho stood hefoN thu
mirror, so that I couldn't throw tho otli
it, 'Hie brute I "
A xoi'Mci man who was arrmted in
New York, and signed his nam with a
"cro8," was asked by tho magistrate
why he didn't go to sellout and learn
something.- Tho youth ol "mark"
promptly replied tliat he was " of raid of
dying from over-study."
A Rhoiik lL4Ni Justicu refused to
marry a raau named Coir to a lady of tho
sauio uaxnu, on thu ground that he was
afraid to couple cam
"How did wo cctuo to poastnui our
present dreaar" U ouo of the quuatiuu
by Uut editor of A'ature. Can't aay, sir.
Freatuac the tailor didu't kuow you.
Bjcactt in Hie uuttk Qui aetss upon
FraAM barbum or multiplying. The
vx Wt mbU mm (at ewwtgh in Of
JiltlliritN VX I It A VA IIAKVf.
Tim Kings of to tiny nrn growing rco
Jimnien), not to rny stingy, ami snvo
money, nml seek " Invintmenls" after a
fashion which would onco hnvo been
ili'iiotincei ns most timnjnl, but which
probably tins lis root in n pcnnnniht
seiiwjof IniM-rtirity. The lain King of
the Itelginus left n fortuno worthy of n
Jew flnnnnlrr; our own Queen has
grown wi nlthy on tho thronu ; tho Hub
tan, nreordiiig bi .Mr, W, Illutit, has a
heavy necret ptirno in England; the
King of Italy is an exact economist, and
the Emperor of Austria in, it Is naiil,
never In debt Still, this generation
temrmher tho Emperor Nicholas, who
spent 2,000,000 n year on thn Itntierisl
household ; King Victor Emanuel, who,
with eight or tilno roynl Incomes nnd
estates, novor hod n penny ; tho Em
peror Nnpoleoti III., who frittered nwny
Xl.00000 a yenr, with liltio but rntlu r
vulgar festivals to show for it ; and tho
King of tho Netlietlands, who scattered
iu his earlier youth 11 fortuno "boyond
tho drrnms of nvirico," popularly esti
mated nt 12,000,000, nnd probably
exceeding holt Hint amount. It Is not
fifteen years slnco a weok's visit to Com
pcigno cost each lady JK00 twenty-ono
dresses nt least being tic rlfrur slnco
it was Imponslhlo for a French conrtlri's
wife to hjNjnd less than 1,000 11 yenr on
her dress, nnd nlnco n' Indy contested
licforo tho courts of Paris n bill for
15,000 for dressing her for threo yenrs.
Sho hnd paid, says Hie Quarterly,
12,000 into court.
Tho cnrefiilly.gunrdod privacy of
modern lifo, too, conceals enormous ox
ptndilurcs. Wo make very much of
Crassus' brilien, but Lord Hardwood
spent 120,000 in ono Yorkshire clec
tion ; 50,000 havo been given for n
great borough ; nml tho House of Com
mons oxponds 2,000,000 every time it
is dissolved. Wo road nghast of Nero's
horses shod with gold, nnd of a Spanish
Viceroy driving into Lima with eight
mules nil shod with silver; but a first
class racing-ntnblo in this country costs
30,000 a yenr, a "liberal " stoblo for a
great country houno has licen known to
cost 1,000 annually; the lato Loid
Mnyu'a wino bill ns Viceroy of India ex
ceeded that Bum, and any man faruibar
with Cowcb will point out steam yachts
which for every month they aro afloat
cost 1,500. There nro many men in
England who njiond 100,000 a year prac
tically on themselves and their families
nnd, if wo wore to include purchasis as
the writer in the Quarterly docs, among
prodigalities, wo suspect tho ancient
world would be outdone. London .Syxo
Good writing is not inconsistent with
good eating ; for ouo'ri brains rather
thrive than suffer by heeding the do
xnands of a healthy and hearty apjxititc.
To illustrate the folly of the ctherinl no
tions which young ladies sometimes form
of their favorite authors nnd jiocts, an
English paper tells this story ot tho way
poor Charlotte Broma was once disen
chanted ot her hero worship. Thacko
ray was her favorite author, and in her
lonely homo on tho moors her imagina
tion invested him with all tho ideal
On a visit to London, sho was lifted
to the summit of happiness by au invita
tion toa dinner whuro Thackeray was
to be ono ot the guoits. Shu was intro
duced to tho great man and sat next to
him. It was a red-letter day in hor life,
and memory was on the nlert to retain
all his bright sayings, and report them
toher sisters. Thackeray, however, did
little talking but much eating. Hu had
recently rocovertd troiu a severe nttnok
of typhoid fever, which left him witti a
ravenous upixitito, while the ilium r was
Chailotto looked on in wonder nt his
feats, ami the surpriso gradually changed
to disgust Ono moro idol had turned
to day. If he liad known the modern
law of the conservation of forces, her
charity might not havo failed her.
The discovery ot what is true and tht
practizo of what is good aro tho tws
Btoat important objogU of lifo.
ADriVK TU MfJtlJk,
The Boston Star has a column ol ad
vice to girls, from which we take the
Always go to church. It i a splendid
plaoe to show your bonnet In ordtr
that nobody shall tuiaa seeing it, make
yourself as conspicuous as possible.
You can do this by rustling the leaves
of the hymn-book, playing with your
fan, jingling your bangles and constant
ly turning about in your pew.
When strange man aoeosts yon in
the street or remarks on yon 1st sa audi
ble tone, giggle with all yow anight,
ond look around ones or twice, nnd,
when yon catch his eye, giggle again.
It is Ane fan, and by adopting this
course yoa will have plenty of it
" Waurt thai?" naked Mrs. Parting
Ion, looking np at the column on
Dm Flees YenaVwn,- daring her reseat
visit to Foeis. "TU piUer of Hspo
bjon," was she answer. "Will, I nover
dull" she eaaUimed. "And that's his
pillow I tU was a great waa to ate
that I bnt it's snore like n bolster. And
it's wads of iron, I da resisve. An,
Isaac I see wast it is te be fsaat I Mow
kaiJ Wate gaAsmJ fjnVUsaA skoftSsn naAsni nn iVsnnit
slnwsgf exHsV ensasssan eaTSBBaTs SxstsTTw stilsBsMn) s BBawBaTw
tmniail piltow I"
p'ASTLR A COOKK.
WcrnM fII attention to thmir t.Mtft and
vrM Stock of
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lix fiil V ill JTii, j, t (;M,4,
John Dpfftt'i Qnntt PI own,
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Sugar Mill RcqmrcmcnU.
SUGAR BAGS, HUOAR KEGS.
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kind. Steam l'Virtjf, fUt
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and Coupling!, Jot and
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7 lKh, Anvilr Vice. lai
Scraper, Orinduonct, IkU
American Har Iron arid loot
Sietl, HuiWer Ifanlwarr,
all VimJt ami tylcs llab
buck'i I'atnuandOiltf taw
and tuiltd. Small I'ainu in
Oil, in Ufge varirtjr, )ty
Haiiiit, Urntrr, Verwiun,
Kr!( OU.rr, Mcumc.Ac,
Whitinjf, (rcrman window
an'td fi, Manila Kofs-
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Oriter, Clamf Saiaon, Lobaters,
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Pure English Spicei. Condensed Milk,
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trlfuyal Untuynx Inch, Ituhhrr
Nprtntf awl Ctt it ran llrnkc last at
hand.BIake Steam Pump Valves.Hack.
lo, ac, Blake Boder Feed, Joice or
Molaaies, Irrigating: & Vacuum Puinpi
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALK) ON CONfCNMKNT
California Hay, llailcv, Faatoet. Harreh
Salmon, Hams Atbmu M inure for Boder
and Steam Iipe, r ry cheap, Kcocc Wire
arutSijftA, Gaivaniid Kcwfinj:,
Wilcox and Gibtt Automatic; Singer Manofwtanng
Compov, AvMjrted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machine, lie Lent awortir.ect to te found,
and at Bottom lVice.
New Goods br rrery arrhral Irom Eneland, New
York and San Prauclaco.
1 New Tnfcction Fnarjnes 8bor ptvtr,
Urdern from the other IsUodt filWd at lkii Rate and
P-TOWN NEWS AGENCY.
fb: uridtnigntiX Lcgt lo ncrtify hi tutMntri,
lulroctft juk th r-uUk in cenml, Ihat he hai movtd ht4
entire Mrrchiril lrecl tuuneu lo the
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AU 1X1CAL PArKKS 00 casnler ule, cr ol up la
waer lor puiiue.
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Wbert advrttBTia may alw l left.
1 luluortal room tip atair.
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INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
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Covytirtuif in turf U a fotlvw :
A lajtga Awrrtatat of D17 Oootls,
Denlmi, Brown And While Cotlonc, Drills, Tick-
in,, Turkey Rti, Merino- bUtk And
colored, 4 qoilille, Repp. Aipmcu.
Coboorgi. IiaIIah Cloth And
Black, Grot-train, Fancy, Colored indSulpod.
Barege, Crepe, Ac,
Men' t'uritlnhiiifi Guoiln,
Shiru, Woolen, MUed, Calico. Hickory. Denial
etc. Mivino and Cotton UoGcnhbu. Watu
Boeom Shirt. Sock Si Stocking., dona
Handkerchief. Foulard, a large k.
roice of CLOTHING couita'
ol Fin Black Cloth Coat and
Pant. Bttcktkin Sack,
Pant and Suit. Felt,
Sack A Pant.
Bor'a Stort. mad
ChlMren' Jacket. I.
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R. Coat Legging. Mon
key and Sailor Jacket. Carpet
Slipper. Silk and I. cTUakVega
indParaaoU. Fancy and TranavM
andParaol. Fancy and Trarelaag
Shawl. Cotton and Tarkiah Tcrweit,
Whit and Fancy Otults. FeH Rnr-J and
ael Carpeting. Silk and Vcreet Ribbon. Thread
WhiU and Fancy Blanket.
fancy strljxd Woolen, two Ue.
Scarlet. Orange, White Woolen and 4 point
Button for Shliti, Coat. Put. Oraaaa
Woolen, two sice.
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tract. Totlef hwAs. lldlgrjoeAe, Haar
K. BalU, llAraauoKai, tUank
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(VAI Leaf, Jewelry, CJ.1 Wauhex
lUleuaja. ,1m, lniag rooM atm! pAttcr Chaara,
Settee, Mime, etc,
AaMMfea, filftkl ma, flrfke, Stirruf UmUk ar,
llp t I. K. Paeliag. Coal lUAliett,
CRATES OP ASSORTED CBOCKrlT,
LVaiauw Plate. Cat, Tiatxas Rvwk, CVialar.
Kx Iluhe and Balers IMmirJt. t and J
GaHuna, naSHie BollkA, Vae and C4a7war. Manila
and Tarred Rope. Coal Bag, Uaanari. Twiaa,
Barbp. Wcaipack and f.ed sackkag. UKm
bUUAR and WOE iLAUS
aB war and qoahues,
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