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ON OTSEGO LAKH
CCOTT.R ANT SCKNT.S FKOM HIS HOOKS.
popriAK INTK.RF.STIN 000*1 lt's C1UA 1*0*1 lt ATI! KR
than HiMsH.r?ni"* MiraoMoi ocacnirnoi
itaman ht 01 h'i.miiyi.ng Bcanmg mom
pjSJ MiVl.LS. _
ms m a seana cosan>ro?nesji or tub rmnuen.]
I ,.; | tarawa, H. v., i let. IO. ?T" a lover of tbe
beautiful a vi -it tn Otaag??> Lake would" be delight
fol, orsa ;t it kai na aaa ekstssan, Cooees beete wed
ajpan it la Ile " l>eer-la,ei-" tin1 name ol " the
Ohnmorcb st,' a bleh well ilstcilbet its lovalinesa.
?Mt too Cooper sntknsiset?anti thal tenn nast
inriu'ie all the waists <?t looper arne anea s
easy ijrnpntby with nature, and h.ive not
had all their love of romaine rubbed oil BBUiost
the reelhaa sd tho dey?41 lt doublv delight
fit!. The visitor probably ear's i-ouipsretrrely
little faa the purely personal astoeietiont
of ihe leeeHty wuii Oeonec Manslf. U* tees *?
visit (Jenn Ps i:rave, bs be MTS, hui tim sight ol it
barely arunaes tntataaV He knows Cooper simply
?s ii choline, ivarin-n- iited iii-iii, wee died boats
thirty years uro, after il Mug many kind ***? *??
Biter being involved in many ahsjakn and law-suits
wuii his ussattbsnnaai lae rest el nauklnd. Tba
leeann naas naffcaps bs res the spas ahere cooper t
Tke bann hus leen sareed iowa and the sines hi
aaajsotpl There are signs eTsrywhere <?f the
honor .11 which the novelist is held hy Mri
aaasjlaen tho town, tue hotels arc callen -Cooper"
and "F minore." The little steamer that pins up
?ni down tin- lake hears the nae..- ot "Natty
fatejajaajo* lhere is a "LeoAherstooklng Palls."
and everywhere tho nomciK-lature of the
region is derived from Cooper*! pages.
But the victor is a Uttis doubtful in his own mu.d
how tar this 19 due to all -ctionate remembrance
and kow far te asaeealattve inti re leal Iles the ease
OtaatoBS ?f the past for the henelit ot tile Ho ol
lunSBSSaefths present. There is an impression that
the seosse ot Coeananeewa tue not Cooper enthusi?
asts. Ptasibly they beYo crown ttred of the labjeet
This would Bot ls-st ra n ire. To be tiretl is human.
AH this aside, however, the interest that the Tisttar
finds himself seeking ,ar'? nof ?" letsrset saraann!
to Cooper. It isinliis ereations, \\ lii.h ihns ls'conie
gn-ater than their creator. Hie traveller who
conies here with anv knowledge of Cooper's stories
finds himself a.-kintr, not whets Cooper lived and
died, nor what the local tradition" ol hun are. nor
where may be seen relics or renstnt that a iii * rs I
torie,iii his personality] bat where the seeaeeol
bis forset epics are lani ; where 1 leer-layer, and
tbe lng Serpent, Judith Mutter, Colonel EalughSBt,
Hnrrv Harry, and Bea Pumpplared their perte in
Ifaeesexettiaf dramas thal nie the delight of ever-.
hov, and of many wno aro no hangse h vs. Cooper
has made the unrein real, und the rea! in hi- person
Bissett fades out ol sighh lacee asea ami women
an-so full of life and ttrengththei the Cooper eo
tliusiast, as he glides afoeg tbe Ink--, almost i speers
to see ihe tn e.- p ut on the hank, and tin- hgaiU "I
Iknrslayar ar his friend, sha lattafnj Delaware,
Ttiis feeling ls areatly stlnnlstsd lu- tin
ti"ti> ot this Beautiful sheet ol wat r and it*
surroundings to the Leatberstoeking Toles
rn perttonler, lt is a favorite ? anson
Lovel reaiiers to si-eK to identify charac?
ters and soon na This it is ? - easy
to do, I,, c un the cheiuiia; ptoetsaesol Hctton
n Dally leave little trooe of tbe originals, Every
hedy ii ii euiheis Thaekeray't whimsical surprise
abeu one nays Captain Coetieen, tree to tbe life
and Jnst es larne, aalked lu enos bite. He had
keanetiy rapposei tin- Captele ta be a Aotitious
mixture of h-i-tip- oi incidents endeha
innumerable, Tbe same ta otten true ol tue
af nathan, Bat Cooper's method, ni least io
of tba Lsatbersteckiug stories, and no'.iii, lu tbe
?? 1' l-l.yer," WOO 'iltlereut. lt na- lav.ely plioto
grapbte. Hcse send i.-ai iu making
bia ereetioas r. il, even te h isswlf, by
dneincexactly the toonei with wbiota b
lin Uar and through w lu -li tbe] e ie nedo ta move.
Thn wee dene with snob literalness I ii tbe t
osntrooe lo>dey ob tbeshoras of the toke utmost
?vert stirringineidenl m tue "DeeceUyer,'1 with tbe
teaed -aii.siai foo that Ihe soeeejsbui littles
noa from what it wee when Cooper wrote, Lo el
pride and enterpriss !i iv.- marked m.riv il I
sp.ts; ead fortunately, tbe desoripttoos are bo
tnikful tbal they prove thean iv-. I
"lier-.i ,," which was publisfa d eely s little
more thou forty yi i- in this uar li
napped out lhere kare eerteinly been lew In*
-. ii anv, of this kind in Belton.
The eontrel Beare bore i? el nays Loathe) itocking,
who seems sseestissss to hers gens out <>f
faahtoa, hut whom Thackeray?e go d |n Iga,
turely ? calls one of "th.- are;it pris
of lotion, bettor perl..ia- then any of
- atna, and ranks witta "Ueele Toby, vir
Reena de Ooarrtoy and Cult iff?heros Igures ell.'
lt is to he honed th it Palstoff and Cuols I nov bare
not gone out ot feehtea toe.' Tbe visitor go - to see
the monument to Lsatberatoeklng ss lt reallr is,
thoogb lt ts ieeeri bed witta Cooper's nemo?wtaieb
steans In tbs beautiful oentetery ut Lakewood, n 'i
look- at it erith es meek Interest, it aol more, th m
he linds in the ptain aleb that lire on Cooper's nave
in th.- grareyerd of tbs pretty little Epneopal
Bannah, The tnoanenent ts a etaipns eoinna, witta
lbs lejaro ot Leetberet lekfng at tbs t in, in i
of beding his gua, and with tii-> faithful
hound at his side. I lie uk ur* ia unite troell,
?ad the general ethel dhntppoiBtiug. Tbs
?pot where ii ttaudaonold not well hs moreb
lu). The eeesetery hil stones gently te tke
i lal oxaainte lake, and the terna, le tbe
soft Deptenber afternoon, is one of tweet repent ead
tetons beeaty. Un- ci notery ls on the saatern
i the lake, and it w on the neaten share
that most ol the stirling scenes of the hooks were
At the tontberasnsni is tho out'et, the tiny
thread that broadens out in tine into tbs
walo obells ns ol Ihe Bueeaohnune, leight hers i
oiie of tn- mo-t haportaul landmarks in "Deer
slayeriF winch ii ii Inpossible noi ta look nt with
totuo auiuaeiii'-iit. Tins is the rock, commonly
tailed the Otse^'o Kock, al winch the lint
.i was io meet Dsereleyer, and wbieh
Waa often used to mark tho reodez*
v(ui!i of ihe BSTenaa One would antnmll]
aspect te eeo a rook ol slae, and the stirring Incl
<!ents nineli went 08 al"'U! it BO doubt mode il
seem very lartze nnle. d ni tin eyes of Cooper's hov
naners, rheta it ta. Just at the edge el tbs water,
at.d hardly thawing ab rs it a rounded surface iii e
S turtlu'- liack. mid al,out the size ol lite t,pe<-linens
that .nv exhibited m Talion Market wrong tide un.
Ihallne rook where the tribes ic-ol ted to m.iUe
their ireeli. i end bury the botch t I And la tb la tbe
stream ikal floating Tees Hatter weal dowe in bit
seary leoe T Why, il does well te anni s row-be it
SM is this tbs spot where the bulf-doseo MMtn
Socn" dropped upon the (h-ck from an ovir
^?o^inK breneh, la that lari.'Ti chanter
*hich has mada many ii boy's heart
'??at uke u tnp-hainuieii 'ihe Cooper enthusiast
IhhB delriiu dd, until BS conies boats and looks up
Lie lm.,W-. aud linds that the ni (lam -d iiti.'iniiiation
afhkyeatk bad vaatly eedaraai the rock aaa tbs
river and pretty much everything else, and that
(neper's deooripttoao are, <>n the whole, asor tho
?, if the reek steed nae or ats feet
eui of wa.er, a.s he says, the rock must lin,- h eu
hiueh higher or the water ansel lower than now.
tailCoojieralso ?ay>. the water sometimes cover.-d it.
Aud ns tor t!ie rttet too, lt is fouuil thal the account
Siren of u M reaaonahly eotreet, with a little all.iw
?be? for except ional ease of navirution, for tbe pur
Posekof romance, iiinlmllow water.
Kh.harktngon tho "Natty Bumppo "nt the wharf,
1"( lbs ead up the lake, we leave CSQBOTJ*
J** ii with its mosaes of folia^o quickly bohiii'L lt
1 ntty, oomloruble village, without any air of
Wno smartnenH. Dr. Oiiver Wendell Holmes is
1 1 rn one of his papen to the profound remark,
*ss makes girls." Otaege County ia a famous
"intr.y, and, hy wuy of confirming Dr.
lohmVi, mysterious Kener,ni7.ation. is famous also
J^iUjiretty, whole*omo-lookiiiK Kirls. Thoee are
rsuiu ut which even e middle-aged mau may take
ii scientific interest It is also a Rre:it country fe
hops. Possibly Db Bohena never noticed the con?
nection between jfirls and hops, and he is welcome
to th.- suggestion. Batt by this time tbs heal ls get
tun; som ? distune- BB its jouncy. A talk With l BS
young pilot, Will T,ittl<\ sean shows tout he is a
Cooper enthu-is-t, ina, and the tte binna at once.
Little lOtOSd all the hool - last WiBtOT, atolls full of
local taowtedge. To the righi <>u Ibeeaetern shore,
i- Mount Vi ion. Bslebruted in the "l'uoi
[/eetberetccking Cera is lhere, where the old min
entrenched f? i'?>???? -If against the law, windi partook
too much of settlement ways Jot him toundersfsnd
;t. I bit is not miu-ti nf i c ive. bot lather s bollon
In tbe mountain. Bal s norelitl mu -t surely baye
? to scoop mit hw eave a little it he Innis that
it won't ac- uii'iioil tte bia rharactera in sood style.
The entire BOtWI of " I > ? I - I \ er'' ei<?i.-s either
anon tbs lake or i's Immediate thoras, ard this
mskOS it easy to follow lt throueboul Iron, the deck
of the little si'1 .mer. I'vo-M;!,- I'omt. as it lt pro
saleally oelled, two miles north nf Coop Tst4 wo. on
lbs wooten -hue ol tbe lake, Isthepoinl where
Deerslayer and' tbs Big *erpeut landed to reeeue
Web?ta*Wab from tbe Hurons, A mile furtber .
Three-Mile Point, where Dterebayer tiist killed an
Ind. m. and the dying sa var;', lo adiuli atnci. BB*
stowed upon him the name of Ruwkeye, This little
promontory is bow s site for picnics, witta ample
preparation of benohes and teblet and kitchen. Be?
yond 1'ive-Mile Point is Huller's i'oint, so Belled
after Floating Ton, one of the few names tefcei
from tin- hook-. Here Deeralsyet first saw the "Gllm
mergtass.'' North ol bera noel ol tbe exciting scenes
of the hook ere told. Out in the eeotra
of t!;c lake ia a wliile harreUlnioy. Tins
maths the soo.- where ?* Mit-kra! Castle" .stool?the
locality heine so carefully deoenbed bv tbe novells'
?e to leave bo doab . raero is a ebosl there, where
tbe Mock-house wee Inuit on piles, and the ih vue
wm each a good one for Isolation and safety thal
it ta ese] to believe such s bouse once stood there.
Bul Coop -r. it is si.t. i rarad -el ire I ll was merely
a fancy of his oe n Tbs lake is eleewbere of t groel
depth. Ona pro ecimii OB lied White's Poiet, not
far north of Hatter's Point, waa the Huron camp,
from which Deerslayer net reisaaed an let
his mete pledge to return, and to winch ba
dui return, wuii the tun nitrsp?el ol torin re and
death before hun. A hill rites frota the poul, ami
just behind it 1- tbe g au thrcngb n lieta lae Indium
wildly run ia pursuit of Hors av r. wu > had
broken awn- from th-* ter ure, lt in easy to lix
about tbe apo! where bs reached the canoe, only ie
lad that ita a*d<itoa oar* gonn, ail tbs shiacly
beech to there to wbieh tbe fain) brees* drifted it
anani, palting him luck ni the hands of the
Heusen. To anv one wbo lias followed all thi<
witta beted breath, it will teem strange to i
heie and lind ii Bil unreal.
Tins shore ot the lake, tim weetara, bet been
cleared lu many places, bnt ibo eastern shors is
tnll closely nilled alums! everywuer?. As tlc
party diso-nhiik iio,u the little tt-omer al lbs
Isa! lendiag tb ? ?ni is ^?tti-n.'. The lake Hes smooth
ii-, a -ii-- io th- il uk green billson Iheotbei
shine, ita surf soe unbroken br my tiara <>f life A<
t slender eeno ?-'. !> ' ? iel tho wt ittwll
it is ens] to imagine th it ere are In iking nt
t.ceue a- . i hero mw il I,. l>. U
THE SOUTHERN EXPOSITION.
t LOSING DAY8 AT LOl l-\ ll.IK.
SUCCESS ul IVI l Ml 1:11.1 l - v: -n w AM'
ai: ll -il. At mat i:
I rs HU AV "' i- ? KAI '? ll -li-MO v I '.I ; nc T> '
Louisville, Ky., Oct. Uh?Tin- SouHw-ni
ion i-1 ui nc...ii t the iln-i of ii- bunin il
and tbe .-itu-jul.mei te mu, .i-iin.- heavily, [tarina: Ihe
Ont n ontb iii l-i e-iii.. ? -..in .1 wjiii \.
cm-i pt nu ii j i wheo ? !? ?
I nt mm all tl lo bi alike. Then si en lo
many vi la) ls Ihe *>>V. bow, bs then
ute cn Baturdn) -. arte n Ibe mimi don t<? i- redo.
betti Korncii.i ii> ie wen t i iii fl.
Saturdays and fran ten to twenty thou snd on
do) -. The i- med. iiml
ii i- not llkelj thai tbe ettlsent wbo se -
il B300,.lo float tbe enternrtei will be i
ii|k,ii lol uni portion ol the (ruaiantei fuiul. The prlrl
:> through faull of
hoped to become riek loo rapid!) sud Axed
al \l li.ll V. Bl
Bel : or a (dcb Ibe Kxno Itlon ?
Ired by tke Le
ni:.-d tno-t -lu'iiidii. Ii bas attraeled s terre amount of
to Lo itet Hie slr. ali. -.?,.'
inu: i -lalili-iilnent .in w .. lui i-ur, i-I. il.
Mill folloa in ii- wake. Mum
deakin in the cit) have profited ino ly Huon,
double tn, I
i ii. bob i- ba I nluee tbe th -i ol
Aiuruxt, and thc hundreds a md lodidns: li
that baye sprunK up tbron cit) fol lida speeial
.-ea-on ia... Im . n peet i . wi
Willi respeel to it- exhibit* il.. I i|?. Itlon I
tere-tiiif, in its way. as wastbe H ....
Ml Ulai,l io,
lint ItabeWS tlio-eol lin- eon.itu e\eii .icllei Mian tin.
areie shown at tbe Utter exbiliitiun. Ibe del
eotlou and tobacco eultui n rerj full) lu lb.
exp. !ii..eni,il t, i ii, - ur, and tb.
\._ -a ne. min. lal alni li. 1 I I...lu, U- of tb.
ire aili.n Uv. l> nbown bj. .arion i
i.ii.ii ol agricultural machinery has never before
equalled; the electric Itehtlna te done on a sci.- nevei
hefon ;,tii i.i)it.'i. mid ,ln-, i nt ile rall wa) i- a praetieal
d. ini.ii.-truiiou of tn.- poaaibillU. - in i Li ctriettj as a motor.
vi -n i-,y mi BAND,
Bul undoubted1) the noel tcnerstl) poputai feat
tin- Exposition lime lu cn il. n.u-lc and ll-.ul. lor tie
iii-' iiiiy stays CUppa1 Beveutb Reeinteal Band eota
tnilled tile \i-itors With eonei It-In (he Bark. Wlieii tin
ttam tor their departure dre* mar, they wen tendered
banquets and pteaeutattoaa fran all -id.-, and Iker
Beaned to se alu.ot a feeling ol reaentneol Uni tbej
wen io ix- aopplaaled by Qilnne'i Baud tortbs nen urty
darya, Batttwaral narai tat new hand assastsd Haste
Hall ttw people were ready to lavish npee li bD the ap
pu elution win. li lutlierto Iiml been rranted lo the Tit.
? ut musician*. The oreen couceru bare been weil
patronised, aiid Morgun, Wbittan; and Bullet have been
iiljrhly appreciated, (in certain Prida) t-vrnln*-* there
? n mm .il c. meei t- in -.in ii. ii nie 1. vi io Itlon Clio ,1 ,
consisting ?r "iori than BOO roi. es, bas taken patt.
th; .uti iiiruv,
Ike art Gallery bet been crowded day aadei
ihundfrsn tkettanof iteopeetae. The Alt BaOdiagta
an iiMj.it-t. ul inn- -tem Inn ot brick, ll.ai and cia?, cruel
lorin in anana. H- broad reettbule, sorta and weet
e.,.|i rtot, IOC lilllie With pjil.t ili^'" liol Toll cl fl (UH Cclel Hat
od pi iv;,te eoDecttona; tbe asst Kallery eoutatas the
taasasl exhibit of Am. rican pata ttaae seal i>> tbe sea Art
Liiion of New-York, and In Un-lol mein ar.- anaagBd Un
aoaJpturn and \:'iiou- olia ii- ofgeuersl art. Tke speer
jon tinn of the rotunds i- asearsti d from ike ri rtfhuk aud
?-.iii. ri. - bj srbneoe Mitos" npoa which an kong lae
old Breast!! topsatrtos luuaknttag rations annan fi om ito
Ufo cf AJexsadei tbs great, kneed ky Oenersl Bkeridan.
Ia tin- centre of tbe seertneat t tan pain rteee, and Its
bom -' steading outward, droop n n ta to
.-.mopy o\.r inii'ile statuary, eoatly raaea aad naailer
i pleats groaned around ii. Tke agni foUIng
tkrongh a tran os tinted ? rft, rosy glow
o the narbli sud tones dov. a tbe .- aitb
ella-oilllt: i licet. At nl-l.l a -io- |.nellie. (1, lie
? .''-inn a crtm on lantern dejs tiding from tbe
roof, which eoiii.iin- a olusterof twentj Ave ? lei trie buru
Klches on tbe nortb side oouUdn baudsouie ci.
it-. In oin- of v. Inch -.rc an.meed th*- trcOM'ires pres. .,i.-.|
to (Mineral Oranl on hi- ton around the *roi ld, and in the
oilier, Minn -]iecili|. ll- ol lue ni,I VI, ann, Berlin lind
Seller- plates und .-hn'ec bl tn of I,nc alu ne oe.I In
Janes B. Keene, ol New-York, and < IrlttoodenT. (killings.
A larne projxirtioii of Ibe paintings in the exhibition
come from prominent Nell-York COlleCtOn, BUMMIg Whom
limy be mentioned tiurtul Belmont, Oeonre l- Heney,
Henry (I. Msruuaud, ll.iaa H. darke, i:. P. ffahbri,
K. <i.' Dim. H. Victor New. on,!., D. 0. Mill", lemuel J.
Tilden, C. C Baldwin. Morris k. Jeaup, I.. Berrj Wall,
.Indee Henri Hilton, J. Pierpont Morawa and Robert V.
iluiiili.Rioiii Several oi tbe stew-Yon ptotun dealers
lime mciiI line WOTkOj al-". lu the end ol tin- ivct (el
levy, woking down upon all wii.iter, an portraits of
Ucnera) Orant. by Le ('lear; Presldeut Arthur, by M. Wil?
son, aad Samuel J. Tilden by Daniel Hunttastoa. "Pw
traits of three of oar President*," remarked a
facetious i>ein Hint to a duntarnished Kiufllsb
lnall, who VUIU ll Hie BSUOIT Iceeiitlv. "Alni!
three of ? kind." reepoadad the Britoni und then
the Bnrageaatato Deanoral looked sail ali the
rest of tin ii i te ri ion ii, .loni.tun.- it bte little joke wn ander
Btood. In th,-timi Kallery nif Aiiicilcnii works ext lii?lv< ly.
Anions them uniy be menUoned works by Bterataat,
Miistol. i>e ii ai-, Wy.uit. I'm ry, Bonotoa;, Bbattaek,
I'-iiion. Brevoort, Jame* ami wullan Beard. William
Hart, T. U'. Wood, T. Addison KleliHrd". l'leknell, Van
Uteri. Tiffany, Twaelitin.in. ''oii-t.-oit M i.-i, Loop, Hi'-n
li.I I.,mt muli .lohn-on..lei 11- Me Kn tee, lin.mn- mid Pete
Moi'an. islmiUcl!, Holton .Innes, Jim:)' <hn-e, Lj i ll ('mir
Fredericks, C. H. Baton, W.N. lirowu, J. If. Doiph,
Beuoul Irwin and J. W. Ossitoar._
gffsjH patter (who baa hanrd nni.-ii rtno Inf
intaife while In ibe dlsebar?;e of lils profession to elderly
darkey): " Mr. PUekett tab. 1 desire to avail Bsytelfnv
the iirescii! onjMirtuiilty, aub, to oak the bund uv yo"
daiuruter UHiwuiie Jane; m'.aab, If you buvo uu) ob
a^UcTes to ?gah, I kopo, ooh -"
Mr I'u'ikett (wboluolimw Ul economy): "No, sar, alu t
irwine to off.-r uufnn. Gol to lookout for Iwrst-'f. You
kin lake ber baa', un' you'd betta look out for dui.?[llar
~MEX AND THINGS, THE COUNTRY ROUND.
.nm nena urax norn inn sonoxs <?k a bboad
w w i ot RQKB.
[aaked Mr. Bdwta Oowtos, Bettor of fat Of
.olil'lidav. ?h.it bS thought of the New Yolk
newspaper tumble tn prlceo. !~..id be: "IbeUeve that
after a while ikey will aU eoan together agata b)
neal and renton prices to what they aero. I nm not
certainly gotaa'tomake an) reduction. The *fi
people do not dec,ami it. BTbera asa you net bo mueh
fer 5 cents aa ta a rood newspaper 1 lt m ?
of ail di -i duttons rn ihly gathered, toleerapklc, i
political, ioiniiieii lal Bnfl meian matter brohtea,ead
aii.-r tin- paper baa paaaed Iron bead t" tau
unused all the family ami the servants, then yon .
th,- skeet for almost ? eeal Loeb al rh<- \ w fi rk
i Mr. Cowl.-. " ll cannot BtakOBMOM) at 'J
cents,? cen..mli iml tie- money ll made ai 1." Bald I:
- i! i- tin OomwtertUU flea ile, or Cincinnati, taeroaecd m
...n." " Tl.cy claim that lt ha- and Unit it i
iii ii.i,: r.r.i/.ti tr toa tay
<)i a nial inn I" ?? No. il lia-trained ' ii eula! ion l'\ the con?
flict ll baa with Pendleton; people Uki to took ta on tbe
ti-iii. '.vim 1. im-., cm do ni opening rat Easnsrer."
I i: -.Mr. cowies, who will he tho RepubBcaa eos
?in late I..: i-l, ..i.i.t !" "There la a good deal of talk ta
favor ol I :,,i a ii l.im oin'. 1 think be itandstbe strongee!
With the lie,.|ile.-- - i?o iou tlilllli Mr. Illaine will be
tn imiii. in d t" "I Ihlnb not. Bes Teak Mate lavery
Important to the Republicen i?.-ui\. and although Caul
i-,ii_ kat probabl) bul tittle rbUowiug left here, it la
li, I snspect, to defeat Blaine." "Wko afllbe tke
Democratic nominee I" "Tkerol anal seo. lenpnose
he wm now eniiie fiom Ohio, and perhaps Boadl) la
tbetr moat available d ri Payne to too old." "Doyou
n. aid nillo as able to recover from tin- late defeat of Ike
Republicans V "Yea. Tin-.nar the Democrats voted
m unite of their differences beeause tbe Pres!
di Uti.il el ellon come- ieM tillie. flic lol niau- lu eue?
ll i. bl. in I on the s. i sad or pnihibitorj amendment, and
left our party. The irror ?bop rote waa wild* a
tbe Republican . There wen 15,000 Republicans who
I at borne." "Hut." -aid I. ? wkot guarantee kove
you thal tin- ti io1.1 lance 1,11. -ti iii will not be up next
ia ar I" " Iii i .ni-?- next yeal li ? ?. . ar of National
Tbe Democrats sore tastalled m lin- Legislature ami wa
ian) ia--on tin- temperance matter. The
people mc.md not nek rt a li. niocralic l*reekh nt. and
Ohio to aa sun a ttepubitoan Btau n lt ever was."
Tin- li'! at fllgh 1 en..ti ]d.-iii wn? MM
oat tost week b) Un--lui iii fm- n- practical balkier, tl.
BUM !\ il . lind liti.lli.llt only nl.ollt *_',li<H>. Ihilcl.l cl. it
tag a toad squeal among lae pie fer red stock holden; Iml
lb<* lesson te that" yen cannu) mci a fcaoc
lil th" -tta|is ol loin Loot- "
.'.ont the ei?
ly not is -e ' i" sn)
m.in of ti ucl ii, a,, v. im tin l- iii tl ? sharl tourac) of two
ni tan .lined in a bunko ann,
-. al|H-,l li,,(I, in ( I alni mull)
deiiiei np iii- fl at. i, In M
ni Un- e, n;. ii ni Mormons to Usn arno.
ie,non m one spot, praetlstas polygamy and prophet
wm ship; to j ciu
whiic tbe in \t mn- earea nothlaa about tko sala).
In Ti un- -ii ie m do..i . o ii.i ail
d in tbe I M ;
? ? ? ?
!,? ill W
for their even
. I I. .ii h. .1 fro
eyer) J car ol I wo Iii,- i md nf
11,.- ira. the teri
? n. ti the ti
? '? Una ??. s
Birt I ld ci w ho
inl,-bt ba ?' !?? pl > h i.-i.I yard III* In
". lani lt ?" ?.
dont i-i tefl ? ts tbe old al .f.-rn
-.dem became , pl ,? .- lo ebal tai i ? i
-. II VOIIII ? liol e-, Hie " -'ale Ulai I." .
di amatle en ? > esrbanirtnjr
with London ind V tor tn
the fr, sh j faces thal Uniter in a
borrowed wardrobe ead an" njtilrkl.i sold. still ever)
i ..it, bi md ni".!! ii t-i to, w bo
lb. bi ci I \ po e thal !- "i " .!. I, assort,
amiable, and lever erpects to .
Il lina, i o i-.-1" cm idle an nnworthy pleei here
- ...Il'll to ll: al lo Hie collntri a tl ililli
? matter and then aend lt bs ay on Iwo ot lb er Ira*
eHine i ai i\ an- " nh i rbnekle.i ., brnr. aalf toaay:
"Anv way, -le-'s branded (fee V,uk sueeeaa!" Bo Ul
"Hu-1'!,.it London and I'arlselotlili ,,,.-.
in-re w iib -nine people. A metropolis may he a bumbo*
lu thin.-- above ll Because thia ell) te rich, overftowtns
and with redundant means of ptiMlcttj. M need nol Iben
' and lu. Hum!- nie the bl -I.
Minni alli bey the beal atdltty tn iii*, but tbe present
? r.\ 'imiii m.- Hie m.non-, -i - i- iii ii in-i il,-- a, tm- ore turf
lol wald niel I hal Hie plil.fj the few to li, had
are enormous. Leading men. notable to
hundred dollai I ? a eel' I ? om. n. nol ?
i-.ui iii-iii peat sanes iu Ibe stock, tkree bandied
? a piece I VS In I I i ..minion- of Hm
iii incl III Nell Yoi U do l|o! I d'
moat have the Nee -v ? ? 11 brand to go anywhere. When
hi-., we made an actor ta Nev York from tte boyup!
A stnekkeldei In Rut 0enmr% ld tome bul yeatordoy:
"Wettdakour Batter, UUder, tesreatlj tke superior of
bli pp : Di Holland, ta mental equipment and
\ ai ian! ta-tc If he had Ind hi ii ii good iltei.il \ mini lin
would torrs liena gae arttol lie baa bardi) ateelled
teeto tn all tl Hts all when in hus time
toezercleell i- aa oaj. nt toa His health hat nol
iiecn Inproved, however, by ttttlag up all skjkl si Bus -
tO tfctak o,i . lu.:.a/.ne Illili 1, r-. "
A m 1'ooifeiiow of BL Gaadena, tke sculptor, gove nu- au
iiccoiiiit of tin- ?trumles und trtuaspae or UntaBoe
I'.il,. i'??.ni. Min I,ilh. ? had a wmk ihep nial liii-in,aa
J'lace near the I, al ol the Ac idcni.l of DetlgB, HUil Was
oppoeed to kia son ttadylag sri Tbs boy, however
went to tbs Ooepn in-tn nie drawing elaaaoa, und shoot'
tbe early part of Mst BeheBton reeelred to anks htaseeU
a ssnlptnr, seat with hardly sal mean-wini to Perta
Ile h.elJ[Mi> hard lune- ! lui c, and c.linc ha. k villi,.ul
much i in oorssnaseat) sad tot attenU looked <h.ikto
bim. H.- went BgOta to I'.n |fl and followed at dill', i .nt
lillies there lils trade of camon cutter. On his Second
\iiii to kanaka Qereruot aforgsn gavekfan snorner,
lind the beauty of hi- iiumIi-I- Iii relief atli.u tod IBS allen
fata ?f gsutknnsa who were saaklag tine hSSBSS, Ills
friend,' now- OOBStdBt that SS i- BBSSBg the h adimr tQBlp
tort in hst Batted Bnttsa1 and tba more tatksntastt
cIhIiii Hint lin baa a wider nagi of tiwto und BBBSB
education than any; and they say that he has STUarttn
years uh*.ul and toeaaBg very well. His father was
French; Uie ann waa airvres-ive ana school-liny snd
quickly rtweuUsl au Insult, and has kept throu^bout the
? ?and even the enthnatmoa of lilt Beaut labu To
us biJs mainly known by bte -taine of farragut,
A wealthy tuan fran tl e etd (orman country of FCBB
M lisjhla "Hld to lue yesterday: " Yon would not think
ii,, tail ii region it l-i hard tn int dome. He -ci
whelk we hui,- -o many strom.-, fariii-rnlseU native iritis
to SJ?ns eork i- tks chief education. Vc! it i- true, and
I atttnmta it to tko radi, al clune.-,? m. ? leeton to
tbs real hijuii of tkeweB to de peeptof for ef what nae
i ? our inoiiei If we eooaot get reliable cooke, aaren aad
m.dd- I Bot ? i we raised tke best booee
bold sarranta ta the country aad there were plenty of
then ai Thea ae aero sol so paged up
willi m,.u.y and oar girts bad a pleasant relation with
the fondly aad when their work ass done would eoute
Bpstatnsnd beer what Iked about. Now,
.-Ince .-.mic of m-haw Incline rh li. 11..-\ ai,. BO tonger
invited ut.-tau- and inu-t -it in tbs kite!,, ii. and ns they
nu- -mini animal-tin y will bau-their compani . I .
-:?-., * they don't 1 ale millhill* BBQBi u-i. Wc .me them
BOtbtag.1 And." -aid 111.1 fiie:nl. "ll I- lofi'tly OOntag
down to a sort of eight or toa i..'kia Biasing terveato,
tiiii will get your biaakfaal at a eertoln hour and -tay
willi you till evening, and Hun they ere geing up bi tbe
Village to luise rn 1 i-:ilinti. Tile fact 1-." -aid Illy ac
i|ii uutiim e " that Hui arc Ann ilcan- like OarselVeO, mid
if wc wan! Indian ihe linc on then the) tm-an to di a ?
II on h.. i'h. ie are di advantsgea shoal dividing our
KpubUcan people tate twa tissues." #
1 h nc -cn s gea ttoaunjoat returned fran Kr. Boree) "
Milch 111 New .Mi leo. 1|, ..,,?.- ||u,| he lound I Ile 1 v
Senator rory smok depreesed and inci.in. imii. aet so
mm n Holli hil trial, although that hud kept him under a
, nervous tension tor two yeera, sa brosnan of tbe
mistake k. dtoeoren tkel he Bude byerlttctolng
President <i,uii,M. ulm waa toona) yean kia friend.
I." -aid my informant, " is a mau very < a-ily iui
poeed spaa, altkougk he bas Bank ulmnBtes, after ht
ncin oat to kia ptace, hoptag to be relieved from ana
kind (or -.. time while he mildil recuperate, a report* r
wa- di-ji itched .ill thal toBg dl-lauce lo pefct BUB Bg
agata, ile wa- lu had physical and oteatol health, some
li hal calcic-- In his peaaiog habits, lind thing! Wile
gotten out of him w i.iih in ste natural sund he would
Beret have said, and prohald) dui aol.an. After thot.
men abo had stood by hun for l.i- goodqualtttoi and
iiii-firtiiiu-s tkreagh year-, wrote him depreciating
letter* upon tonne tater liewa, winch were made to
and even befoul tbs dead noa. Qtnee ttutttune
t ih.in ld- Meads have ever
knic n him to im. ii,. i? not good company now for his
:? i Hie,- .md the) lm;,o thal he I ill be li I alone and
clothed in bis righi mind si an early day."
? 1 Mi lanae Bater, wko lives st Carlisle, Penn
si h.111 la, und who was elected Stale s, natur, aa an .
man,>n of tbe ball. - anawa, but was cerated
? lin badroveraed aw g,000 votes, If the Dem?
ocrats would earrjr thai State tbi*fall "."'>. tke} will
le. !?.,in > alli ll lcTi lu ni lt. I'.l tl l-oli--elect 10.1 wa- SI
eompltebed ny the Independent movement, whieh has
I in a har.lil,.11- jun 11. BOW, The hem
ire divided about the State idmlnl ti it I
M,iv'? oapoaeuta haring andr b|tter warontheOov
.nd ? '.en lt they were perfectly Batted thc
Bet entae within tl.cf nf rotas of gettiBg psasesalon
of iii, state, i-i iri-i ii amt is stiii ^uiii;: oatkowor
1 ii, .11 Hies nbleb nae
io my inn,,I, ol a Iii in
1 ? ? . aa d i. -ii iw I- ii
I" ?? Tint region tuned 1 ? il tat I
01 Jofcn Ad (ration .I .ft
1 1, ...ti fm it- main hero. The district
?I I ll 'I'll tue of
? itbottei tin tc ehll
? ? t- ll. tie 'liet
.ii.ui. lou know . cullie from tl .
? 'In, lo
? ? " ?
1 J, 1 tel lin- mailer
. I Wa, ui.i. I
1 dd: ' N". ii 1
and Ile " I
.ar lu . The Intermediate
uni bed ? arl) n el I esta d a
1 11 lite 1 Mil* ii.on! 1
.,. itever," - dd be, " eaoepl thal then
1 irg east and from tba
? full of
i be < amherlan l \ ? ."l bas tb.?>?-! loeul
to do h. I have \. dlrood
will pey much .it i. ni inn in li i'm.ie. whleb is getting
....ie iiml ,.ioi. iii, and hardly that, for
e IP ' I. fOI
wii!.h th. (lui.ti, have 1,. ,1 ; 1 .-.?'? Mi.. 11 ?<) aud
Min, h will cost, I 1 mlle al least, ls
'oin:, fm mud and ai several rd s es from the present line
,.i he Been, and (tara of carts in tks
M.-id-. Th.--,-new railroad-. I BPI Informed, particularly
in Ten 1-.1 li ania, do not in> foi the land St aol.han
aero, bot at an estimated Injarj '" Ike tategrtt] of lbs
fam sad Ita operations in. furuen ore verj tenacious
al.I hallii-;ilicll land and lan? Spotted. Wlull there
1- a quarrel the rall load ink, - lb ad ?? I throe - the
1, it tel Into Ihe.ut-1" be subs J ? ?' I 1
asked ? weoitb) man who Ita beavj -to. kiloliter In nany
? inner, If he tbougfal then wa?
il..! t.mn h 1 ni.1 1 amp i non - ...uni.- 8 dd te i
?? 1 han ? ? . ..i ike opinion for tbe teal tm-' n v. in
m.ii .. uuph - Iowa anon I Un i
i -m.it railroads ten mites apart,
iud I s< n ison i ier) ita) i.finn m) (iidgmi I I
mean thal when Ihe tami I thtcklj as li should
be for Un-eh iia-i. i-ot thc -mi. H1.1t railroads tenjuih-s
... 1 ...i the i..uhc Ike) want."
Mr. Qeoi -,? B. R inerts, sn dd< si of tte Pi nnsylvante
In 1.r health) Ile tool an old Welsh
nu,.di in Pennsylvania and woi originally a ebata-suan
muli 1 Wr. Thompson, the first president, i: ls
be worth three or lour million dollars. He ls nt
Bdvenced iu age, thom, b bte bair and '
ci.;..1, aad te ol ad.uk complexion. A paaaion to do all
ark and nm emili im, reen afton lu
youth and middle life have almost drained bis cn.
body. Bte frieods dud him surrounded with lawhookt
mid iiutlioiit.es on engineering and traine. At ii,,
meetings of rural boards of directors hit gruel lt brought
to him limn Hu business, iii- im.-uti andabillt)
are un.ni-.nil admitted. Mr. < n alt, abo I
being spokeeof ss hi? mich?or, started at tke bottom
oulla- railroad and has come up through ever)
He learned tke ort of snuain himself eini throwing otf
work when ll waa finished. Hence he ha--onie of the
? - or n,e telson I) etas i -. hos a race hon.'
toro, levee the opera, eadeeal.U Med withs joke.
His worldly sense tesoasewkai Uka ikstol Thomas A.
sch. H.- ha mic health sndenjoyi rarlous obi
ai H..- Bewberg ettokrattoa 1 ase rkttug psst Jeal T.
iicadic.", who-e hooks twentj ii"- yssrssgs trsrt tks
ednatorstarbetortoof ttneaaatrj etorgy. Bto"Buored
Mountains." which lidtrar A. PBS mad. much Hm Of, was
,.leered tbs rsrj model of t int deetamatory sn ie by
Un- youneer eleivi, nml tlic.i ranked lt with Pollok'S
?CBUnt of Time." While the pic nh. I- read thOM 1.kt
theil sons were BSaaO) BSllgfctod With * WSSktSgtOB SBd
B ttell " ami" BSgSllBB SBd Blf Mai-hal-. " Mr.
Headley came from Hie bulb plateaus of licUwaie
1 .emil, wi..re he was bora antill staty yean age, sad
weill to Inion < oIIckc seicral years her,,re I'li-sl.lellt
Al thur. Ile was the areSBBBS at Huckin feaTA hi
, hu- tf. and Hicre |*ihips Wuk tired v. Un Hu example
of lils pr. deces-or. Jonathan Kdwiinte. to Isn-ome un
author, ills health failing when hu was a young mun of
thirty, lu- went to Euiept .ind B rule two hook- of travel.
"ii tv?ci cn year- BgO when he wrote thc "Sacred
MoaBsatas" ami tin- he,m,. tasks i karaawsttonofl
Ile was once Secretary of fJlatS of New York. His homo
I-in the middle of BSWBUrg in a piadical house n-ht
on the street, and lt ts -aid that lie to Bot BS p'.o.pei mi
a- he formerly wa- before hit th Id of IttllUlBHI.BBI ociai
piiil Iii so many n< w nieit.
Z Dr. Mlfelietl, who has a largs practice In njcwlinrg.
said.winn heredity waadtanaasd m.naaangeattnani
in his Btessaeoi ?? n la i grssl make aetsrkt to ekai
and nfl. n takes thc whole ,,f ;t BBSB'l ' Ul Bad BM
ame to emint. ract il. lint as to the mu ii ..
then has beta a ckangs of view, i tntak, saan
ll antill,, Kies, While sonic Jcs II-have arisen from
-uchJmaiTi.i.-c- it I- behaved that In the majni itv ot i
Int n originally ?tr
coane, if you would enrry idiot .i-in-that would Bot
be thc c.i-e. hut the liiteriii.irriiiwe of Btrong eoii-iiis
?eldon makes the neall coinplaln d of. "
The lenlptor r.iow n. WkO made the -latin- of Wa-hinir
!"U in Inion Si,niue, -which -niue think is Hie beet work
"fart iu lin-country, If mil faullle? in it- ,|, tails, cer?
tainly bnpreedve, calm .-md majestic ta atUtude,?ls in
riither poor health af Bowburg. Ile ls a min of klgb
aplrtl iiml mi injii-tice u-..,.- through h's nature. Bbl
in c-hlM,rs-ay that when he linnie the -taine of Wlnthh:
Scott fm- OOUgrne In- was told to cast lt of kV '"--I
ni Hen,ii-lind In Hie hc-l w.iy, and il' Hie appropriation
?St U"t -uti,, i. ni the nu.ney would lu.- made up to him al
tko next Oeagreta Bul one Oangron ssaaoteenfsal a
-u, ? clim.'imo. ami a S i,at,,i took thc po.-iliou Hull np
pfoprtattona nen not thtaga to (nanda torn private
Bnderstsndlng, .Mr. Bros o had gout io more expean io
eSStbto thuie than he at tlr-f dc.;,md. lo BS l'-t
nu.mi- by the work.and after BBrsflfng the approprtattoa,
lt is said, tkrough^lwoCongresses, can it up ia dtegust
He ha- malle Hnee eipie-tl ian statues. His HfO SfBtl
IgarS of loin ral fawetat in Hie Capitol I- BBBMBaty
reaataedsBtnahsstasBag taara, i sktakks also naas
Hie statue of Hoi cinor I linton for tba Capitol. Ward ls
one of Stopuptto. He liles in a plain wood, a house af
the ci.traine of BlSTgS and haml.-oine lawn, of which it
-?;, iu- lo he thc lodge, ami clo-e ln-hlnd hm, i- th,, build
in. in winch he modelled hi- c.,iic .f ,n linnie.. Bfltag, it
i- -aid. the war hortOOf HeiieialJeiiii Mulgan, called
r.i... k Batt, tot the purpose.
White rkttaf in I tai i ai liens of aTealnig t wat show-n
tko plata kean near tbs riser or h genttaetaa who lost
0200,000 at om ^amc of poker. My informant Kalil that
liewa- a maa of faned srsrsgs guaUttos bal lmd ossa
brought up in the uiii-t pcm,Hoi- mamu r by a rich
father, Bato father thought that tbe only way to make a
boy apple,-i.it. a fortune wa- to giro him BOthtagOtSUl
-o that the hoy, ll i- -aid, bardi) wa- gtvOB food SUOUgb
and .?inn.-, wi-ui arnuad the ssarketa kuagrj and
askteg help, ai tool he received i million dollar-, bul the
gomnilag potatoa broke oat ta bka and toaMakarpen
nek fran sba about a urthnf bis fwtine, aadttwat
only il' . oieieil wi,i u he brought SOU for the tatt few
i hon -.ne'.- ..hi.h. according to bte edaeatloa, Beoand
dearer to hun than tbe .previous hulk ol money In-had
sihlil lt paid up.
Kidiiitr from Bewburgwlth syoaag fellow who tires
at Him isir.nv, [asked bau how tko brick works were
dom.' Ilieic. Saul he: ' The chid I mill-try nf Haft
straw te making bricks. Tks brick w-mk.- skat boob ta
lel.v coal w,.,ri,. i .,- the iii.,i-tu;e In thc clay theil
fi.i ' Consequently the briek-niaken have tong tams
of idh ll,--, and i! teUOl a Hood place fol a pool milli to
N ri) all tke bricks lenv are un,,!,, by machines
? A irk to a machine. The dd system
of pattie tte rta) in hy band and smoothing ft og with
auroa only iun a
perl oi a .Lu a- the i have to stop and ill np with dav.
? II lulu out 1-.ism and more brick-in a >\iv.
- - .",?> a
?I. I think. BOW. "
< ! LIM, il, I. SICS RY 1 Mi H.
A (III I. II SND I \-ii! st pp,,kihi l.y AllKIIIM:
Iii n week ot two ground trill lie broken on
Hie aorth -eb of 'limy second -:.. near Elghtb-evo.,
bb I tbe building of a ebureh for Hie congregation of tks
liii Ali i I:. - ii,| -..ii. tbei-vsiiL'rll-t. Will beelu. It
alli be a plata brick edtflee 100 leetoqoare. oapobto of
. teuicutly 2,000 persona, Tbe coot will bo
about s.-1'.ismi, :? acted to open lt ta s yeer.
a entrance i Tblrtj seeond st.,
. elli ruo ttiougb the bloch to M
Hnie will bsaocBtraaee on bat side. There will also
be a trail I
a tba f this . hmcii. Tia- Ber. Mr.
t in p- i i ii rtan minister, tad ins
I : i i; rn teri b
. :. i the Hi \. Dr. Burebnrd.
I'e i ? ?: ? rily to lal or ns rn i ? u.
ee.i-t. \ pi cnn. mt) of ii- work ix that ltd
lindi d wal.out atiyi tegular syston of rtntribnitant;
Bid Hon il I ? pt Hie
td. 1 in pastoi
, ide on rc interj bob?
?ported in the -allic
i . i are revell
in.i,11 - I., p. Bt< 't y, wi ra I have bi ? n
I a i ? Ut III the Wolid." -aid I ?: to a
? the -um ol mom y of v
me from i emms s bom I
mt i r m. i. ami who bad no m.? ol knowing ni) vain-.
11,-. contributions bate amounted to thous
il .~: ii.ii,ii im.- n, iii, ,i from ea sa
Mum n h.. ..'i lol tbe special purpos. ? ? new
place of worship. Tbe work 1 Ital beyond
. ur anni nial iou-. Myjpurpose was to organize a chun h
i ..plc. A yi ar ago last summer
i rrvlees lil a lent in Twent) third lt. in ar
.- tin- A inn i ul a ball iu the
? House. This last summer onr tent bas
i.? .-ii m "i'lliii: Mi ?!.. ii, ai -cn nth ave. Our memher
M n ac.,ul UKO, \Se lone a lilli:.- .sundal -school
aini a re^u!.u uttendonce on our services ol from Tts. to
-mi ).. i ons Tbe Increase has been about-'0 per cent
ovei Hie nil, iirhin, - lu another year are
-hail lune a church of onr own, all paid for. which we
-liiiil i ,1! Ile .?..;? Iii tbe tl ir,in .- iel.I
iii tn In un ii and iioiii.it for home and foreign
ml--i.uv 1.,,ik. Mi plan uud my idea of achurebare
those ... lupin!, d in tho great London
io! Newman Hall and of Spurgeon, eomprtelug
thousand*of lueiu'i, ru of uo ninth darda--,'.ul oi r
:u d tbe i.oor ? Ide by side We have noe six yoong men
pi. pal lui; Ul go to \!; 1.1 lh, 1 ..!,-?? 1.1 i lal- nm mu 1,
lhere. Out i'n, . nf iuntructlon coven from one of
Hire.?lear-. We make no rbarge for lt, and we de cot
attempt to l-Iu- a clonlea! education to ourworkert,
uii.ii t to them a knowledge of useful nits which
they can teach to th, natives W's have a mission for
fali.n iiou.en in Titenti -, ti nth -t. tl
woi ?!. 1 lui 1 ? mils, mid ?i h 11 e sustained, also, UM 'faith
work 'lu ibe cm in fut ,li-, a-,-- through . 1
"This broncho! our work contiuuM with nitromilmis
iii-i.uiie- almost dall} of Ood'spower. I do not profess
to dil auytblug mynlf aad foo mil seek publicity, for
it tte purpose is often mldulerprcl 1
morel. ..I ic-.iii- Curing diseasehj raith
ainl pm one of the phases of our work. One
i.iii,,-, ,.h ?. 1 k om of 11 atwell meetings i- dei med
ill) to this purpose. The physicians, I understand,
ut) H.at' we cnn .isses bal those of hysteria, bal I
how them mani cures thal had lieen proaouitced
iini?.--ide by tim profeaslou. Then ara srell aiithentl
cati,I cases of consumption, of c.mer. ot blindness sud
pa:.all -I- Thal il lit. fl ) oil -,,'al?i\ e lui hook .
- 'ii :i poor womao, M ir)
Vim,m. of So, (WU Weal Fort) third rt., who was for a
lom.- linn- ai 1 arlous hospitals of tue city without relief.
1 few months with os she waa ubte to anikaowell
th ai she ii.1- left lu r crutch herc noa ami never li 1
.1 KING AS .1 BRUTE
I have lu..ii! Mr. Leitch relate man) enrions
Incidents wi.nh n . I under Bte notice when at Koine ul
till lune. Of thc follow Ulg I hoVI Ills olin ac,ol.ll! Ill
" Among my pupils ? 1- Lady Ogle, wife r,
charles 11 le, Soe was s Roman cnn..;., ami frc
11 neut iv, ulan i waa giving a um .a lld he
> i-it, ,1 ht i.,dle- of her Bl .ptain;..11, c. Incl UtlllU Ol HO "'
the liailiiii nobility, On one of the.,a-mn- tbe
sci 1 .u.t announced ' ls Prim I H ie "al
dowu opi.ieiic when I was paulita-, mai-lc md Lady
nile hail a l.I deal of conversation. Although I knew
Italian I paid lillie attention to what thyr wee 1
Hil ii,,,, prta ev. neil. 11-, d' Ihe words
?iiif.iiee ? und -tn-lia.' and I observed Lady Ogle tool
-ni 1.ri ul. und a-k her friend to tell her all dioutit. "I
was pr. I thc rune ?s, ? and .-nv Itali, and
theil -Ile pince,-lied lo relate the following, \l tll.il I trull
;.,i, a ? iii ai ly ii li i? In lu 1 o? a Moid-:
- ? s.... 1 uuul koon thal ? ben the Kim: (Pi rdinami ll.,
"Bomba") married thc Hnrdlulan Princess ot Turin, he
Mat.it rora dal or Imo in Koine on his rel UTI I" Maples.
an,! lils Hollie-- ',iccm xvi 1 eas gracious!) pleased
io pm hi. Molest) a \l-!t of congratulation, On tke oe
, parn was got together al tbe Nc. ?
lsd Hun Ambassador's, consisting of cardlnaU, monsig?
nori, mid -onie of Hu old nohle families. The Po|ie wu
nit trio mu- to Hu- mit Queen. Ile had beard ol ber
um di al nci .niipli.-liui. nt.-, niel c-pec:.ill.t of bi I great
liiiere-t In Church music, and as she ?ald she was devoted
to Marcello, bia Hollneaa asked If she m.Mild hate thc
kn,line..-, ,,,'inii on lo sins in- favorite, No. 28 of tbe
psalms. The Queen replied thai todo io Would be a
great honor. In the meantime the Kliur. ber husband.
ttl ug by, sulky, silent and gloomy, uni. lits di him
resting on tbi plano, rte Queen turned to bim and sahl
pinindi, ihailic must turu tbe leaves for ber, tor un
hm'r lila Majc-ii of the Two Sicilies rose and kicked Ihe
stool from below the Queen, who fell heavily on the
mai nie floor. I need not tell t .m. dear Lodi < Sjle, of tbs
scene which followed. Tbe King Inimediateh leftwlth
ont speaking. Tbe pom- Queen was carried to a bed?
room, and I look mv departure, wheo two great doctors.
Mho had beenliasiily set for, arrived. 1 lu.ml that
tbs Pope \wi? terribly shocked.' "
The frJossYiffaptl >s ll" invention nt tract inc
much attention at the Vicuna Electrical Exhibition, ft
atm 11 ral fib reproduces human speech and* record* lt on
paper, lt lt equal to any articulate effect, from 11 shout lo
a whisper, we rather think, tUoiiKli.it would nu tbe
machine to keep up wltk a bubs vhs patt up n> light tho
gas tn sasss a rut out of tho room mid collides with a
rockinjj 1 hau-.?lltoelou Tost.
ALFONSO IN PARIS.
His IvFCFPTION AND THE REASON' FOB IT.
Irnoa tiik iii.i,Li.Aii BnansnnnBBnanri ov the mani si i
PAKIM, ('et. ff.
l'lie late Dr, Gunning waa standing in tho
Champs Efjafai in 1818 looking at a re?
view of Kussian, Prusxiun, Hanoverian mid
English troops. The strung, faces, strange uniforms
atnl strange nuihie of the different regiment* extr
efania kind of fascination on the Parisians. A
Brows] ga se o' trill slrnsuisuts szaitssBBBl at High
l.'tnleri, Cossacks, red-coated 1'iiti-hers and Death'??
Henri Hriuiswicki rs. Hagpijss scrccclicl ami
skirled os the Duche** of (Jordon's men Hied
,1-t tim Iron Duke, who sat impassive
on his ch..rir.r. A mercurial Frenchman rushed
Bf to Dr. (iimuuig, and wringiug his. hand ft
ilaimcl: " You may say what you like, hut thc city
of Paris i- and always will lie the educen of Kurope.
What uth.-r mpital could present such a spectacle
as that te i.ll ita inhabitants J None, no ie but
Parla!" TaUM was sonic truth in Out, Winn Parla
pre-elitc.l tho spectacle of the second siege. In ls71,
the poor, st BaSfls wen- happy to think that thu
eyes of Europe ww tixed upon the Parisians. I
well reiueiiih. rthedelighi of an old re.lerili-t when
he heard that the Loudon papers did md pay nearly
no Hinch nt lent ion to t he en trance of Kaiser Wllhclni
into Badin Bl to tim bombardment.
In the smf af a curious sight nothing could have
been more delightfully Parisian than tho "Malo
visit''of his Majesty, King Alfonso, to the French
metropolis. For my part I must say I enjoyed it
immenaely. It wu* very droll aud productive of tho
anani unexpected and surprising incident*. Tho
Lon.lou pus . has liecn in a state of virtuous indig?
nation over the whole affair, and does not soe things
us they really were. It assumes that the fanioua
il. Levy Opjiert Ulowitz really wai**in danger?be?
cause he spoke with a loreign accents?of teing torn
to pieces, and that the correspondent of Th* 7<i<yr<i;A
saw w ith his own eyes all that he rejiort. il. Tue
truth wu*, that the imaginative representative of
The London Time* was recognized, called hy bid
name, and as he passed about, looking aa
though the futo of Europe depended upou his get?
ting u aBBi place, waa laughed at heartily. As to
tin- ol her correspondent, he saw through the sjon "1
the Alf.insi.-t Osnalait, as a comparison of his dispatch
with the report given in tbe French journal of tbe
Kings reception will show. There were very fow
roughs, there wa* positively no menacing rowdy?
ism, hut there were intense and universal irony and
sarcasm. Puris begged Alfonso to accept tbe ex?
pression of its thorough contempt, a* I
believe New-York would have done, too,
ii be bad lan.! d there under similar cir
cuin-tances. Pei bap* it wa* impolitic to do
so. lint what great public manifestation af anger
ever was politic T The throwing of the km into tho
JI0M011 harbor was, I have no doubt, cen.stiml hy
BBBBJ I stahl ami? niivcnlioti-bouiidNew--Englander
a* a <ra/y act, and it certainly would have bceu
tieati .1 BS stub hy all grave hi-torians if Wa-hiug
ton hail BSBB defeated hy Kiim (ii inge's troops.
What dui the Purisiatis see in King Alfonso's
State vi-it 1 A whole lot of things, lt
was a stone intended to knock down a
whole Hock of hirds. Certainly the Ministry
hopi il, by parading Don Alfonso in tho
street-, at lin- Optra llou.se and at a review at
Longcliuiip-, to divert attention from Tommin and
to get uii a currant of feeling which would mili?
tate against ile Cknueexist Psdlnalt.TrhrrlaiTt
h.eii triumphing at all tho partial elec?
tion, for the Chamber, I fsa ant be?
llen- that M. Jules Petty himself or any of
bis leading colleague- wanted to facilitate an Or
toantet reatorotioa bj psi Billin ?'' King in statn
through the great Ihorsnghfarsa but tans idea waa
la thc he.ols Of the lllkew ililli and llioiiey-gcttilig
Republicans wheat views ure asrasjsnnai iti tba
Masai and tho Temi)". It was also hnr
borad b] tli'ise shady Gauirxttists who
sttachad thanaselras ss Garnbetts whenbewas.it
the top of the wheal and mu belorev and srha sne>
oeeded In isolating him from theos friend.- n ho fol?
low i d bini iii difienrt tunes, ll, !.? on Beasnll and
M. Harrison tan in the King'svisitaaoeensionInt
promoting financial t ihemaa. If wasna under-toed
thing that Alloii.so, Bl1h~Ba*h lure "ollii ii.lly,"
wa- to mn down for a da] to toe chateau ?r Eu to
v isit a prime who wanted to put himself forward
ilt tl'.e (.'"lute (le (hil-.u'l,Old's fllllTill at till' legltl
mate Knur nf Fram e. A largs and Inilliant
party of Royalists bsd been n-K.-.l te tosefj
knish King. This pan ol his Majesty's ar*>
l-l.nmie, l lui,, re, grati ?! more on the um - "i the
Parndana thoa area the Colonelcy of the Si uleewif
Uol -i in lilians.
!t wa.-a Coollah thing for tho flontBinoal tousle
Alfonso to cuuie herc ollicially. The Btodetfl
French henri has t va-t capacity for the u*orshia ot
heroes, bul aone a haterer tor kimrs nasas majesty
te a thing of mere conveiition. It was also very
stupid to give ont that the whole of tim -tinta,
lioin the northern terminus to the Spani-li Kul?
in the Ban DsasinJojat st. Qerntaiai
were to bs limd arith troop*, bbs] that
B grand review was to V held in the Hms de
Boulogne In honor of the royal visitor. This was aa
sure a way to draw a crowd ol' persons wheat (marti
were iiifliiinc'l with auger against him, BB rubbing
bim With honey would have been ht attr.it lites
mid weeps. When his carrisgs ride throagl Paris
\\;is Ukelj to Bssuass a wanIssnlsrsatin,psnajsn
could not help lushing lo Bitneot it. Hut know mg
thal iin ir ii;ii>-.ity would bs taken by all ttsBBj
wbo openly St set nih wish for tbe ile-truo
tiou of tbe Republic a* a simi that a
uionarchii il feeling wa* srartttgtng up again,
they determined to manifest their true
sentiments. This they did without violence, and
(excepting tho hawkers of Ked journals and of
catchpenny attacks OB the royal stranger! with?
out scurrility. Ever> one laughed. There were
many cries of '?There goes the Uhlan King."
"Why does he not wear the pointed saauunl?
"Virala Kiasaanstaal" ??ViveTEspagin'*:" "Vive
(Jreiy!" Bal BBt a Wari ntenit Mai tori, the Casa
ile Calana altair, thc Duchess of .Medina Cudi,
Hlanche Rtproticcda, or other scandals. They be
longed ta the private life of Alfonso, and did not
concern the Parisians. All the latter -et Bf ta
judge were cert lin public acts which badu close
connection with his visit.
The judgment was merited. That admirable ora?
tor and thorough gnr.lcinan, Ca.stelur, thinks it
M as, and SOCBtjaSSSS this opinion in his journal. He
alseaaya thal boeateesst tho Pasisaaat more highly
for having made Alfonso Bstl that his room waa
more welcome than his company. Why should a
fri it nat loo b -iii being walked upon by this nag*
liuo f lt' be li,nl not been received as he was hy the
crowds drawn by the promise nf a street spectacle
into the thoroughfares by which be passed,
tin- whole H'lti-Kepubltcun Brett would have drawn
thc Inference from the nepi ? teal sanfsanny tanti Break
Paris was lick ol the Kepubtte and longed to BM the
old Royal line restored. Blew Ita sad fdMafnaar ans
piring ( brist Ionised Jews of the London penal would
have 1 cen jubilant, aud made believe that Philippe.
\ ll. had onlj to show himself to te* acclaimed. Hbo
? ?t lui dailies, whose peri cptioii of what is right ie
stronger than their courage to express it, would
have followed tho lead of Priiitmir House)
Sijiiaie and Peterborough Court. They would
have found excuses for doing so iu tba
DiIxiIh armies, written by another Israelite i>x
whom there is a deep fund of knowingness il uot of,
guile-M. Gabriel Channeej sud tu others which
tlie public, might trust M. 1 lebrina! to bring out iu
This would have Baited Prince Ui.-inaiek bettor
than anything elsi'. All his agents here ore now
BT] iiig to make believe that the ? unite de Paris will
soon be King. Willi what object f With)
the object of frightening . tbe German
BSenle. and so leading a quiet life and having
everything his own way in Parliament, lint in
w hal WI iv co;ih I the i.ermaiis tel alarmed at tho
prospect of an Ortoaniel restoration t lt ls ver.v
BBB] lo mulei Maud. Hie idea is encouraged tau I
Lt rests on a substratum of truth) tbut francois!
without monarchical allies because she is a rcpub
lic. Her repitblicanisin ba* set against her most oc
the court* nf Europe. Therefore, were a monarchi?
cal form of lioveiiinieiit tobe revived, Germans
would hear iiud believe that they would have to>
look out for themselves aud trust rather to their own
military force than to alliances. Italy, furthei
moro. would bo scared by the advent to power of a
Hom bon Prince, who would have to buy the sup?
port of tbe Jesuit* and tbe Legitimists uv Btr
vouciug tho intorweta of bis cousins, of 1 arma om*
. ol BasfBtj of the Pope, sud of Don Carine ut .?spam.