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Tum vices we scoff at in others laugh
at us within ourselves.-Sir Thoma
Tam first ingredient in conversation is
truth; the next, good sense; the third,
good humor; and the fourth, wit.-MSr
ONE of the best rules in conversation
is never to say a thing which any of the
company can reasonably wish had been
As it is the characteristic of great wits
to say much in few words, so it is of
small wits to talk much and say nothing.
NOT only to say the right thing in the
right place, but, far more difficult still,
to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the
tempting mnioment.-G. A. Sala.
NEVER hold any one by the button or
the hand in order to be heard out; for, if
people are unwilling to hear you, you
had better hold your tongue than them.
Tross who speak always and those
who never speak are equally unfit for
friendship. A good proportion of the
talent of listening and speaking is the
A COOLING CO VERLET.
Certain diseases, such as typhoid fe
ver, are sometimes treated by refrigera
tion, or artificial cooling of the patient,
and a new coverlet, for tlhia purpose has
been recently introduced into the Hos
pital de la Piti by Dr. Dumontpallier.
The coverlet is made out of a tube of
caoutchouc, eighty metres long, folded
on itsdf in a series of equal lengths,
and inclosed in two squares of cloth. A
current of cold water flows through the
tube from end to end, from and into a
distributing apparatus placed on a table
at the foot of the bed. The distributor
consists of two stop-cocks--one in c -
nection with the reservoir of col
and the other with the out -
Thermometers, to show
of the water as it ent
coverlet, are inserted ih
bers fitted to the stop-o0oks. tube
from the coverlet to the outletestbp-cock
is arranged to send the w ugh
a small glass bell-jarso
to enable the regulari
to be seen. The apparA ob
highly sensitive ; a slight a.
tiiataly by a variation of the ther
A FnrI-PIOKBan la the latest ilvention.
It is simply a ring, or collar of sheet
metal four or five inches high and the
same in diameter, with the upper por
tion formred into half a dozen points like
a crown, each point being covered with
an indiarubber disk or shield to prevent
the fruit from injury by contact. A
socket in the side receives a light pole of
any required length, and from the bot
tomn of the ring or crown extends a light
hose of cotton drilliug, or other light
material, to convey the fruit down to the
hand of the operator, or into a basket,
wagon, or wherever desired. Standing
on the ground the operator reaches for
the fruit, the points of the grown passing
on each side of the stem, and a light up
ward shove easily detaches the fruit, and
it drops down through the crown and
hose. The operator can hold the pole in
one hand and the hose in the other, or
the hose can be hooked to a small, mnov
able bracket placed on the pole for that
purpose, thus allowing of handling the
pole with both hands, or an asaestant'd
manage the hose.
Tmu Washington correspondesice of the
Cincinnati (bommercifal showathat the
basis of Congressional representation has
been changed after every census since
1790, as follows :
Yer. ane. I ar na.
1793.......... ....88,000 1858.... .. ........ 93,423
A change inw t1 buss will *pi become
nec ?17 tr'it is estimated that, if the
Co ndapportionm$$ 1* not en
larged, thernutDer of members to be
eleoted in 1888 will be nearly 400, which
would make an unwieldy body, and one
which could not Aind "acoommodaMon
the present Chamber, .The nuiseijo
members is now 96, which makes a.
large assembly., It is e *
the basis were enW'geted
the number ot RepresentiIeg would i
nearly the same. Od *ing the pres
ent basis there would b 6tt8~0mm
was married in New~*~~u
Miss Julia E.H
whoer parenseqj#I~ 1*~th
found that he had been
bile, Ala, ad that hehutif
and esmral chidren,. I1~ P..
prnsstrated her, And, abp~eg h
teesIe with him a*tob he
maide a oatat Abq
. raVaM - raw&
On the oocasion of the fire whioh de
stroyed part of the Crystal Palace In the
winter of 1888-7 part of the menagerie
had been sacrificed to the flames. The
chimpanzee, however, was believed to
have escaped from his cage, and was
presently seen on the roof endeavoring
to save himself by clutching in wild do
spair one of the iron beams which the
fire had spared. The struggles of the
animal were watched with an intense cu
riosity mingled with horror and sympa.
thy for the supposed fate which awited
the unfortunate monkey. What was the
surprise of the spectators of an immi
nent tragedy to find that the animal
which, in the guise of a territled ape,
had excited their fears, resolved itself
into a piece of canvas blind so tattered
that to the eye of the imagination, and
when shaken by the wind, it presented
the exact counterpart of a struggling
animal I Such an example is of especial
interest, because it proves to us that not
one person alone, but a large number of
spectators, may be deceived by an ob
ject imperfectly seen-and aided in the
illus*on by a vivid imagination-into
fancying all the details of a specta
cle of which the chief actor is entirely a
myth. A singular case has been given,
on strict medical authority, of a lady
who, walking from Penryhn to Falmouth
-her mind being occupied with the
subject of drinking-fountains-was cer
tain she saw on the road a newly-erected
fountain, bearing the inscription, " If
any man thirst, let him come to me and
drink." As a matter of course, she men
tioned her interest in seeing such an
erection to the daughters of the gentle
man who was supp6sed to have placed
the fountain in its position. They, as
sured her that no such fountain was in
existence, but, convinced of the reality
of her sensc, on the ground that " see
is believing," she repaired to the
where she had seen the fountain,
d, however, a few scattered
es pace of the expected erection.
.-Sa bers' Journal.
A PRINTE R'S DREAM.
A rrinter sat in his office chair; his
boots were patched and his coat thread
bare, while his face looked weary and
worn ith care. While sadly thinking
of imaess debt, old Morpheus slowly
rotmn ~im crept, and before he knew it
soeundly slept ; and, sleeping, ho
~1~amed that he was dead, from trouble
adtoil his spirit hdMend that no
even a- cow-bell tolled for the
rest of his oowhid, p01 As h 'wf
dered among the abhiN6Ne 'smoke and
scorch In lower Hades, he shortly ob
served au Iron door that creakingly
swung on hinges ajar, but the entrance
Iwas crossed by a red-hot bar, and Satan
himself stood peeping out and watching
for t thereabout, and thus to
the p printer spoke, and with
grow oice the echoes woke :
"Verme ,myrdear, it shall cost you
notb~ig~ and never fear ; this is the place
Whe~ e cook the ones8 who never pay,
thel*subscription sums, for, though in
life they may escape, they will find
whes1dn. it is too late ; I will sliow you
the place where I melt them thin, with
-o~hot chains and scraps of tin, and
iwhire I comb their heads with
brokenitass and melted lead, and if of
refreshments they only think there's
boiling water .for them to drink ; there's
the red-hot grindstone to grind down
I~ nose, and red-hot rings to wear on
his toes : and if they mention they don't
like fire I'll sew up their mouths with
red-hot wire ; and then, dear sir, you
should see them squirm while I roll
them over and cook to a turn." With
these last words the printer awoke, and
thought it all a practical joke ; but still
at times so real did it seem that he can
not believe it was all a dream ; and often
he thinks with a chuckle and grin of
the fate of those who save their tin and
never pay the printer.-Louisville
A belief existea og
if a father or mothiewbe ,t
'it of his e Tad
era broth e dshin
'on to the suffe a tl
t times done, b
ty to insure, as am
Sng reported to the r e
ark of the Emperor's app
Oo~or of Hunan recently
nwhich a graduate n
wa singularly distiguished for
ty. When very you~g his fn
~came seriously ill, an~ believing
Ueaven could prolo1g. moth
by shortening his (quiteb
lIef), he rfused food, d' sight
pupplicating itto 6 His
iatifr roovered, but, #0e yeArs later,
da $878, she ws atta d with a fatal
sI.ese, whIel' he tried to counteract by
~ib$ gher, some made out of his
WW0~ eek-44at the muse of his
ArIn. ~J tely, n1ot only did the
no the brave son never re
his self-inflicted wound,
0#d Me in the following yer krm
li-0 eo Emperor decreed him
a handscat~ nument.1- f le liar.
.Brndou ice appIl ples give
selder, ander produ~ blossoms.
tus neof L r's #begg;"l
?UTUMM OP WOOb 0GpJAVyG.
Every engraver laments that all the
brilliant effects of his proof are not re
produced in the print. Every prirter
regrets that the perfect graduation of
tint he secures in one cut cannot be se
cured in all cuts. There is a general bp
lief that there are capabilities in the art
of wood-cutting which have not been
fairly developed. It is not probable that
the needed improvements will be made
through finer engraving, for it is even
now too common to engravo too fine for
printing. Printing machines are abund
antly strong and accurate. Overlay cut
ters and pressmen were never more skill
ful, but they are not in advance of the
increasing requisitions made upon them.
The further development of engraving
made upon wood is waiting for improve
ments in paper, in ink, and inking ap
paratus, in electrotype and other minor
mechanisms. It waits quite as much
for the co-operation of artists and en
gravers in the study of the mechanical
difliculties of printing, and of the best
methods of evading or conquering them
-for artists and engravers whose ob
jective point is not a pleasing sketch or
a showy proof, but a faultless print, and
who will neglect nothing that aids this
purpose. The waiting will not be long.
There is earnestness enough among the
men who contribute to the making of
wood-cut prints to warrant the hope that
the next ten years ,vill witness many
great improvements in wood-cut-print
ing.-T. L. De Vinne, in iS'cribncr's
TO OnLIGE nHI SrOSTESS.
"Yes," said a pojpilar lecturer, as the
writer took a seat beside him in a smok
ng-car--" yes, a peripatetic lecturer has
some strange experiences. in 'a little
town in Ohio, last winter, I was met at
the depot by the Mayor, and taken to
his house, the best one in the place, by
the way. Here I was met by a score or
so of the worthy citizens of the place
we had an excellent dinner, and I was
expected to entertain the company.
Now, I liko to go to a hotel, take a com
fortable smoke, a light tea, and go to
the platform without being bothered by
anybody. But a servant of the public
can not do as he likes. 'he lady of the
house where I stopped was indisposed
and did not put in an appearance-not
then. She was tooill to go to the lecture.
Whether you know it or not, I put a good
deal of vital energy into my platform ef
forts, and I was thoroughly tired out
when I got into the carriage with the
Mayor to go home. I laid off my hat
and overcoat, lounged listlessly into the
parlor, thinking I could at least rest,
now that there were no visitors. The
lady of the house wraS lying on the sofa,
propped up b~y pillows. I was intro
duced, and what do you think ? That
female requested me, as she had been
unable to attend the lecture, to read it
to her-actually to go over the whole
thing again. And I did it. I hate to
disappoint a lady. For nearly two hours
'I droned out that lecture. It was hor
rible. I have hated the thing ever since.
But I couldn't, you know, disoblige my
hostess. "-Adrian (3Mich.) T'imes.
THREE sTRAtA oF CITIES
It is well known by all students of
geology that our earth has been growing
thicker by the gradual deposit of mineral
and other matter in the bottom of oceans
and great inland lakes. Some of these
deposits in past ages, called the Silurian
and red sandlstone, are many thousndc
feet in thickness. The highest mount
ains are the youngest in the world's his
tory, because they lifted up with themn
this greater thickness of earth, which
did not exist when the older mountains
were larced upward.
Prof. Schliemann, in his explorations
on the site of old Troy, dug through
three tiers of cities. The upper one was
evidently modern, andl its relics belong
to a recent civilization. The second
Prof. Schliemnann b~elieves to be the
ogof Homer, for it is full of relics of
Mehpons described by Homer, and of
household vessels mentionled in the
The third city belongs to prehistoric
imes,' i1hen barbarism prevailed, and
stone wveapons and utensils were in use,
like those found in ancient caverns. and
in the sunken villages of Swiss lakes.
We fan underst~andl how strata are
drmed .t the bottom of the ocean, or
'ow P eii was buried by the eruption
tus. But it is not so easy to ex
wcities are b~uried over a hun.
t by the slowv working of natural
i ~ the most remarked figures
now in %ndon is the Secretary of the
Amerioa*(Legation. Mr. Steinway is a
Kentuckian, six feet eight ini height, and
as straight as a rush, thini, bony, mnuscu
Jar, 50 years of age, with the most won
derful typical Yankee face and general
aspect it Ia possible to conceive. There
is something almost ridiculous in the
realization he is, though a Kentuckian,
of the Yankee of Punch. Wh~en he
stands in a room, a full head and should
ora over everybody, all eyes are on
him. As a witty Irish MV. P. said1, the
lean giant looks hollow enough to swal
low any quartity of principles. He
knows he is a renmarkale figure, and
meets the amusedl and admiring glances
with a bly twmnie of thme eye which
seems to come down from tle stnrd,
South America, it might almost be
said, has no climate at all. Here, in the
southern continent, the same wind from
the South pole blows throughout the
year, fresh and keen all along the coast;
so fresh and keen that on the sea, or
close to it, the vertical sun of the trop.
ics loses all its power, even at noon,
and the long equatorial night has a chili
which renders it unsafe as well as un
comfortable to sleep in the open air,
and unwise and almost impossible to dis
pense with heavy blankets. On the
western coast of SQuth America the
vapors that would be wafted up to it
fromn the Pacific are met by the peren
nial breezes which, Oa I said, come up
from the pole, and they are driven up
ward till they reach the Andes, wlhere,
condensed by the cold of that lofty re
gion, they fall in copious rain, drench
ing and fertilizing the entire water-shed,
passing over the western slope and leav
ing it untouched, arid, barren and deso
late. For the six winter months in the
year that in the West Indies is the rainy
season is here the season of clouds and
fogs. We have the constant threat of
rain, with hardly ever a drop of it, and
the sun that breaks out in pale glimpses
toward noon is seen but not felt. This
is especially the case with Peru, the
coast of which, projecting westward in
all its length from Arica to Payta, is
more immediately exposed to the polar
wine" and more unmercifully searched
and blighted by its blast. That its cli
mate, as a tropical one, may be all the
better for it, it is very possible; and, in
deed, there is no fault to be found with
it on the score of bumait health, but it
is gloomy and doomed to perpetual
drought. Dew and moisture are wanting
in the land, consequently no vegetation,
or only that which is fostered by the
scanty rls creeping through the sand
and stone of their narrow glens, and
only breaking down, torrent fashion,
when the thaw of the perpetual snow of
the Cordilleras sets in in good earnest in
the summer months.
SOAfD repose is so easerMal to good health
that we feel surprised to know anv one would
risk loss of rest from a Cough or Cold when a
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup woul give re
IMMENsE flocks of sparrows and black
birds have completely exterminated the
army worm in Delaware and Pennsyl
vamia, to the great relief of inhabitants
of those States.
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. a. SWAL o , 1Am., MarE y, 1880.
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