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FRIDAY. DEC. 0, 1886.
I'REcicHm souvnsms or r.sr aof.8
THAT Mi: lUJltlKl) 1IKN1IATH
Beneath the soil of the Kteinal
City are myriads of yet undiscovered
souvcuhs "of Home's great past.
Above tlte soil each day develops
one or more leminders of eertain
human characteristics which accen
tuate Italy's present. But every
thing: in its place so let us talk in
tho llrst place of the buried treasure
trove. 1 have never" kept a list of lite
priceless relics that are being
brought to light nearly every week,
but I know, if I had, that for n
single year it would prove a long
one. And this thing has been going
on for years, perhaps ten years.
Since the City of the Ciesars, in the
days of the Unification, imbibed tho
lotion of the pcienninl youth, and
has taken on a new lease of life,
buildings have sprung up on every
side, and streets have been cut
through old villa and palace proper
ties that had slumbered in laziest
luxury for centuries. All this has
necessitated digging, and the Forty
niner's pick and spade in the gold
fields were never as sure of striking
ore as the Romau excavators have
all along been of exhuming some
thing as good as gold. If tho stock
in the capitol keeps on replenishing
at the rate it has been, a museum
will soon be needed unit as big as
the town itself.
I can't begin to tell you what they
have exhumed in recent years. Pa
gan gods, ancient beauties, Emper
ors without number, statesmen, and
warriors have come up again to the
top of earth's crust m every known
metal or material which sculptors
ever hewed at or molded. They
have awakened from their long nap,
and hopped out into the air minus
perhaps a leg or an arm, and fre
quently lacking a nose with which
to sniff modern times. Indeed, it
not rarely happens that a statue has
lost his or her head quite after the
fashion of some uow-a-days people.
And, what to me is singular, re
search doesn't always succeed in
finding the missing member or head
piece. There are quantities of
arcluvologists in Borne, and some of
thdm world-famous, who have very
practical theories as to thp reason of
such and such disappearance j but
it is purely conjecture, of course,
and I prefer to speculate for myself
as to the why and wherefore. It is
a bewildering subject. Just think
of all the sou beneath this big city
being peopled with such marble
spectres. Science may safisfactoiily
explain everything, but imagination,
less cold, runs wild through that
Recent papers report another dis
covery. In digging the foundations
of the national bank over in the new
Via Nazionale quarter several rich
finds have startled the savants. The
latest is the well-preserved remnants"
of an old Roman House, which, al
ready they say it, belonged to about
the second century of the Christian
era. The walls are decorated 'with
paintings representing columns and
vases united bjj borders of arabesque
flowers and fruits. The decorations
largely hejp the wise men to guess
at the date of construction' of the
ancient mansion ; but, curiously
enough, in the present case there is
a singular admixture pf the Christian
and profane, some of the walls por
traying Biblical subjects, while
other commemorate incidents in the
lives of Bacchus and his merriest
contemporaries. One large wall
space is devoted to Esculapius.
Another feature of this most recent
exhumation is a tomb well filled
with human bones a fact which
puzzles the modern student, in vipw
of the fact that the ancient Roman
law forbade interment within the
walls of the city,
There have been several other dis
coveries of a similar character, and
dig on whatever side you will of
this wonderful old town the labor
will always bo rewarded. I once
thought seriously of buying one pro
perty on the outskirts of the city
solely for the purpose of diving down
into wonderland and hunting for
treasures. I changed my mind,
however, when I ascertained that all
these gems, found by whomsoever
they were, and on property towhom
eoever it might belong, reverted to
the city of Rome. How rapidly and
how tnarvelously her storehouses of
art aro being furnished these days I
And yet whoever cpmes to Rome,
and leaves wondering at what ho
sees of antiquity's mementos, should
consider that he has walked above,
yet never seen, treasures greater
and richer far than the guide-books
tell of in the museums, Romo
Correspondent Philadelphia Tele
graph. Dumbledigg was aroused about 2
a. ji. by the violent ringing of the
door bell. "What's the trouble?"
he exclaimed, jamiriing his head out
of tho window,
"Come quick to the station house
and go ball for your son-in-law."
"No, I wou't."
"But, sir, your daughter Is nearly
"Pooh J There's nothing new
about that. If she hadn't been dis
tracted she would never have mar
ried that fellow."
1 .."!, . I
NIGHT ON hi DID BRIDGE.
WHAT JtAY I)K SEEN AND HBAltb--EXI'EIUENCK
01' THE NIOHT VOUCH.
Tho sights and sounds on the
Now York and Brooklyn bridgo at
night differ from those of tho day
as much as tho great arc of clcctiio
lights on that aerial highway differ
from the glare ot high noon.
Countrymen by the hundreds drift
idly across the structure between
sunrise and sunset every day. Peo
ple visiting New York for the llrst
time linger long on the bridge.
The last to leave the bridge aro
the lovers. The "young fellow"
and his "best girl" will let blissful
companion-ship trench on sleepiness
every time. They form a pleasant
feature of evening life on the bridge,
these lovers. Solitary among mov
ing crowds, his muscular arm encir
cles her waist and she trustfully sub
mits to tho caress. Nobody notices
them. They are too common, and
in that belief is their great solace
and assurance. But though they
love to linger, by 11 o'clock they
are following in the wako of the
vanishing doiuestio circles. The
benches under the towers become
vacant. Perhaps some lone youtlf
lingers upon them to read again in
the white glare of the electricity a
miivc, well-thumbed, dirty and
misspelled. The policeman looks at
him pityingly and passes on to his
little cabin where his can of coffee
simmers gently on the oil stove.
"Poor idgit," says tho policeman
softly lo himself, "he's eatin' his
white bread now," The policeman
gets $2 a day and has to support a
wife, mother-in-law and eight child
ren out of that. He pities the
young fellow out on the bench. But
the young fellow doesn't care for
the policeman. He cons the letter
with the faulty orthography, and his
ardent affection for the writer grows
with increased fervor.
Midnight sees the last lover gone
from the bridge. At that hour the
policemen are changed. Tho mem
bers of the night squad that then
comes on wear different expressions
from those of the day men. The
stony stare and curt reply of the day
policemen, who delight to freeze the
marrow in the bones of countrymen
seeking information, find no imitat
ors among the night patrol. The
night man talks with any passing
foot traveler so long as the latter
will be beguiled. When the foot
travelers cease to amuse, there is
usually an animated dialogue going
on between the policeman on the
promenade and his neighbor down
on the driveway. These intellectual
exchanges, of views have a wide
scope, and embrace religion, poli
tics, philosophy, and the price and
quality of the various brands of
chewing tobacco. There are no
jumping cranks to worry the soul
and tax the vision of a night police
man. But there are no lack of in
cidents to interest the night watch
man. A reporter crossing the bridge
at 3 o'clock one morning noticed a
policeman leaning over the parapet
in a listening attitude. The reporter
stopped walking and listened. Faint
ly on the night air he could hear
cries that sepmed to come from far
up tho East river, about opppsitc
Ilavemeyers' sugar refinery. A
woman was screaming ' 'Murder I
Murder!" Presently the cries
"What Is it?" asked (he reporter.
',Some devili8hness going on down
on the river," muttered the police
man. "We often hear cries of peo
ple in distress out on the river. We
are helpless to do anything up here.
By and by the cries stop, and that js
the last of it. Sometimes wo see a
mnn go down to tho dock. Wo can
see him plainly by the light jump
into tho river. If he ever comes out
we never see him." New York
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