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Suing for rardon.
This story is often told, in and about
Richmond, of an interview, said to have
occurred after Lee's surrender, between
Secretary Stanton and Major Drewry,
commander of Drewry's Bluff at the
time of the attack upon it by the Union
fleet in May, 1862. The Major, who
had been a dry-goods merchant in Rich
mond before the war, and who is a com
mon-senso man of the world, knowing
that all further resistance was vain,
went at once to Washington to see the
Secretary of War. Very doubtful
whether Stanton, always stern and un
usually overhearing, would see him, if he
knew Iiis name and mission, he went
into the Secretary's private office unan
nounced. In his presence the ex-rebel,
without any preamble, said: 'Mr. Sec
retary, I am Major A. H. Drowry, of
Richmond. I have fought against the
Federals as well as I could for four
years. But now the war is over, and I
want to go to work again. I have hun
dreds of acres of wheat land on the
James; they have been sadly neglected
all this time, and they need my immetdi
ate attention. We've been *whippld.
I've got sense enough to know it. Now
that peace has come, I want my par
"On what grounds?" inquired Stanton,
"First, on the grounds of having had
fighting enough; secondly, because I
have helped to inlrove your navy by
showing you how poor wooden ships are
im action. After I had driven off the
Galena, Aroostook, and the other ves
sels, you began to build iron boats and
made your navy what ft ought to have
been at the start. You owe in a pardon
for the valuable information I furnished
to your cause."
Stanton relaxed as the Major went on,
and finally, Ileased with his candor and
holdness, invited him to call the next
day at a certain hour. Drewry was
prompt. The two had a long talk. the
Secretary gaining much needeI inform a
tion al)out the South, its condition, auld
prospects, and handed the Virginian:
The Major kept his word. He weni
to work iinediately, and has continumed
to -work ever since, without troiblingp
himself about polities or political theo
rirs. If more of the Southerners hal
imitated his example the South w(ould
be in a far better condition than it is to.
day. He was, we believe. much blaimel
in Richamond for whiat ws called hi
precipitanee in suing for Federal favor;
but results have shown his wisdom, it
not his )atriotism.-.KCw York Times.
The Kind of a Fellow lie Was.
A very high-toned-looking young man,
in exquisite mustache, loud p:,id
clothes, red necktie, low-crownedo ha t
straw-colored kids, and knitting-needle
cane, wvalked into a tobacco shop, and,
throwing down a half-dollar on the
counter, said : "Well, this is the wvorst
town I ever saw ; a gentleman cain't get
anything in it satisfactory, and I am ut
terly unable to see how a person of fas
tidious taste can live here. I say, Mr.
Shopkeeper, can you sell a fellowv a de
" Yes, sir," said the cigar man, meekly
''"Well then, fly around lively and d
it Don't you see that half-dollar ?"
" Yes, sir. What kind of a cigar do
you wish, sir ?"
" What kind ?"
" Yes, sir."
"Why, look at me, sir-, a moment, and
see for yourself what kind of a cigar
wvould sumt me," and lie dr-ew himself up
grandly andl gazedl down on the sh1op
.Te shiop keeper looked and4 then~f took
in the halt-dollar, got out a cigar-, hand
edl it to the main with 49 cents ebiange,
and said :'" I owe you a half a cent, sir,
bu I can't make change unless you take
The nice ,young man looked at the
shopkeeper and then at the cigar, and
then at himself, andl, without a single
word, walked out of the shlop.-X/cu~ben
Food for Fat People.
.There are threo classes of food-the
oils, sweets, and starches--the special
ofhice of which is to support the animal
heat and produxce fat, having little or no
influence in promoting strength of mus
cie or endurance. If the fat, therefore,
wvould use less fat and more of lean
meats, fish and fowl, less of fine flour,
and more of the whole product of the
grams--except the hulls--loss of the
sweets, particularly in warm weather,
and more of the fruit acids in mild form,
as in apple, adeep less, he less indolent,
andl labor more in the open air, the fat
would disappear, to a certain extent at
least, with no loss of real health. In
foofd we have almost a perfect control in
this matter, far better than we can have
in the use of drugs. If we have too
much fat and too little muscle, we have
simply to use less of the fat-forming ele
ments and more of the muscle food, such
a lean meata, fish, and fowl, and the
darker portions of grains, etc., with peas
Pass the Calf.
Mr. James Rice, lately in politics,
now in railroad business, is somewhat
startled at the amount of "gall" dis
played by enterp~risin g grangers in their
efforts to beat his road. The other day
an agricultural gentlemen applied to Mr.
Rice for a shipper's pass, when the fol..
lowing conversation ensued:
"What are you shipping?"
"How much freight?"
"What's the fare?"
Mr. Rice ruminated for a moment,
and then announced his decision as fol
"I don't want to be mean about this
thing. I'll tell you what I'll do: I'll
te caf and you can pay your
You may praise a muanIt the skies
and you can not make all tihepol
like hm; so you may exhaust the whole
list of opprobrious epithets in abusing
him and you can not make all the peo.
pie hate him.
Wo."' some chemist invent a face
powder that does not contain lead and
tastes good? Our young men are all dy
ing of lead poisoning, and kissing is go
inar out of fashion.
Romeo and Juliet.
San Jose is very prolific in amateur
theatricals, and, although we do not
quite believe the story that they have
gotten so now down there that they have
to dispose of the tickets for those enter
tainments by the aid of pistols -and
masks, on dark nights, we can easily
credit that when the traveling agent of an
Eastern drug-house volunteered to pay
the hall-rent for one of their entertain
ments, the other night, they gladly ac
cepted the offer. All he stipulated for
in return, the agent said, was a chance
to use the stage accessories, should the
opportunity present, with some few ad
vertising references to the house he rep
resented. The p lay was "Romeo and
Juliet," and on the evening of the per
formance the company was somewhat
disgusted to find that the agent had
caulsed the programmes to be printed in
such a manner as to have the name of
each character followed by an urgent
appeal to the public to buy or try at least
one box or bottle of some indispensable
Jaliet - - -- Mrs. Alvira liggles
(The love-lorn Juliet would have been
even more beautiful if she had used
Botts' Complexion Powders.)
Romeo - - - Mr. C. Jumper
(The impetuous lover wouldn't have
had to wear a yellow wig if had used
eight or ten bottles of Botta' Hair
Tybalt - - - Mr. Hay Granger
(Not even the enormous pads worn by
amateurs nowadays will keep out
rheumatism unless care is taken to
ruh in Botts' Skin Scalper.)
But they managed to choke down their
inlignation until the balcony scene. As
that interesting episode was well under
way, the deeply interested audience was
surprised at beholding an unusual move
ment on the part of the moon. Juliet
had just attracted attention to it by the
swear not by thn moon,
when that luminary turned solemnly
around and displayed on its nether side
the legend, in large black letters : "Try
liotts' Liver Pills ! Oh, try 'em I"
The rest of this all-too-sad story is
soon told. Juliet burst into tears, and
Romeo swore like a pirate walking the
planIk. The auidience had their moioey
returned at the door, and the show brokc
up. The agent, however, paid the ex
1'nises agreed up1)on like a little mani.
H t said that lie wasm sorry the entertain.
liilt ha1dll't been a sices somehow,
,1 t lie t.h<Iuglt he had gotton the requi
site amiount of advertising. HO waIL
satisfied.-San Francisco Post.
New Jersey's Nancy.
That sentiment, ardor and devotion of
manly affection were 4nore fully devel.
oped im the golden age of the Amnericani
colomies thtan literary style or spelling iE
proveni m the following letter, now for
the first time puIblished. As George
W~ashmngton wras guilty of irregular or
thtograiphy in many instanices, the
dlecendlanits of the lover below need
have no feeling on aqpount of his celebra
tions in the columns of a newspaper of
to-day. "Nancy" lived at Shrewvsbury,
Mfy dearest and only lbcloved i\ancy;/
'rIhe eniclosedl my charming Girl wvas
w'rote some1 Time ago, that is as sooni as
I got to .York, but unhiappJily mist an
Opportunity for Wanmit of proper Initelli
gence, the outside is got a little soiled,
which I 1ho1) you will exeuse, as it hap
penied .realy thtro too much Care, I ox
Ioect this will come b~y Ralstead, butt am
determimed if possible not to miss an
other Opportunity. Let me hear from
you my lovely dear Girl by the very first,
and by every Op>portunity, let me know
the News of S'hrewsbury. Inform mec
too whether you have Wrote to Madeiray
and Leis~, andl I seriously beg of you
niot to forget to send the Measure of your
finger, or rather a Hair Ring. I have my
lovely girl a Strong Reason in short I
look upon01 it as ominous. do not laugh at
me but dear Girl comply wvith my Desire,
and send me either, your Measure, or a
Ring. I shall think every H-our, a Day
till [ hear, much more (10 I long to see,
and al you1 YOmiy own.
I am my ever lovely and only beloved
Yours my most charming Girl
Yours with all the Ardency of
Love, Affection, and Sincerity Yours for
ever more thou my own.
N. York August yo 14th, 1761.
- Xew, Yon-k ('tnmmerciat.
-James Bowie andl His Knife.
James JRowie lay for months in his
bed, in the city of Natchez, before lie
recoveredl from his wvoundl. He wais a
man of much mechanical ingenuity, and
while thus confined, whittled from a
piece of white pine the model of a hunt
ing-knife, which he senit to twvo brothiers
named Bllackmnan, in the city of N'atchiez,
nd told them to spare 110 expense in
making a duplicate of it ini steel. This
was the origin of the dIreaded bowvie
knife. It was made~l from a large saw
mill file, and ita temper afterward im
proved upon by the Arkansas black
smith. This is all that can be told about
the origin of that death-dealing imple
nmnt. -Sn Fran('isco th'Ironieee.
"I don't want that Stufif,"
Is what a lady of Boston said( to) her
husband when lhe brought home some
medicine to cure her of sick headache
and neuralgia wvhich had made her so
miserable for fourteen vears. At the
lhst attack thereafter, it was adminis
tered to her with such goodl results~ that
she continued its use until cured, and
made s.) enthusiastic in its praise, that
she induced twenty-two of the best fam
ilies in her circle to ado pt it as their
regular family medicine. T hat "'tumfP'
is Hop Bitters.-Standardl.
WHEN some one can invent a five
barreled revolver which can be sold for
twenty-fiye cents, every city can do away
with at least two school-houses at the
end of the first year. It is simply neces
!to buy a little more burying-ground.
-t .tFree Pre.
Yeus. Mind WmN Qerw Sare==
md great, not by what yvou reject, but by what
you cordi ally acept and bleve. Your health
w'ill improve, just in proporton as you obey
Rature's law.. If your mind is diseased, re
rreeh it with suitable relaxation. If the two
great organs of your body, the kidney and liver,
tre out of order, restore themi by using War
ner's Hafe Kidney and Liver Cure. The mind
aan be kept clear by care and the kidneys and
ive byu~ gremt r..... abov ----one
A striking instance of ingenuity in
taking -advantage of the resources of
nature in an emergency is found in Sir
Samuel Baker's account of his travels in
Abyssinia. His stock of soap had be
come exhausted; and as he possessed
abundance of various kinds of fat, in
cluding that of elephants, hippopotami,.
lions and rhinoceros, he determined to
convert a quantity of the grease into
1 soap. For -this purpose he required
both potash and lime; and how were
these to be obtained? The negleek
tree, he found, was exceptionally rich in
potash ; he therefore burned a large
quantity, and made a strong lye with
the ashes, which he concentrated by
boiling. There was no limestone; but
the river produced a plentiful supply of
oyster shells, which, if bukned, produce
excellent lime. What was next wanted
was a kiln in which to burn the shells,
and this he constructed out of one of
those great ant hills, which rise to ten
feet high, common to bae valleys, and
which possess a very hard external
crust. Two natives hollowed out one of
those hills: a proper draught hole was
made below from the outside; it was
loaded with wood, and filled with some
six bushels of oyster shells, which were
again covered with fuel: and after burn
ing twenty-four hours a supply of excel
lent lime was obtained. Then com
menced his soap boiling, which was ef
fected in a large copper pot of Egyptian
manufacture. The ingredients of pot
ash, lime and fat were then carefully
mixed; and after boiling ten hours, and
having been constantly stirred, ie ob
tained excellent soap, of which he had
in all about forty pounds weight.
A 'ure Unre.
"Don't you know it's very wrong to
smoke, my boy?" said an elderly-look
ing lady, in a railway waiting room, to
Young America, who persisted in puff.
ing a cheap cigarette, much to the old
"Oh, I smoke for my health," an
swered the boy, emitting a volume of
smoke from his mouth, which almost
strangled tho old lady.
"But you never heard of a cure from
sm)oking, continued thOe lady when she
had rvgained consciousness.
"Oh, yes I did," persisted the boy, as
he formed his mouth into a young Ve
suvius working on full time; "that's the
way they cure pigs."
"Smoke on, then," quickly replied
the old lady; "there's some hope for you
"Women Never Think."
If the crabbed old bachelor who ut
tered this sentiment could but witness
the intense thought, deep study and
thorough investigation of women it,
determining the best medicines to keep
their families wvell, and would note their
sagacity and wisdom in selecting Hop
Ritters as the best, and in demonstrat
ing it by keeping their f smilies in per
petual health, at a mere nominal ex
pense, he would be forced to acknowl
edge that such sentiments are baseless
Tra~ man who expressed an opinion
had to pay charges clear through bfore
the company would take it.
THE increased demand for that inval
Pile Ointment, constrained the manu
facturers to advertis, for ten thousand
bushels of Buckeyes, which are largely
usedl in the manufacture of that excellent
compound, Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint
ment. Price 500. For sale by all drug..
"'LivE in my heart and pay no rent "
says and Irish song. "Sure it's Boy.
cottin' me ye are, darlin', and if the land
lord of that heart, yer father, comes
along wid anny of his nonsense, sure il
sh-no, begorra, that won't do-I'll
take .the ould man along wid us to
Ameriky. How'll that do, mavoorneen,
eileen og ?"-.New York Gommercial.
Tfhere is but one way to cure baldness, and
that is by using CA RIOLIN E, a dleodiorizedl ex
tract of petrnleuim, the natur al hair grower.
As recently imnprovedlit is the onl ydressinig
for the hair that cultured peo pie will use.
RI~ 4''ED FROMY D)E eTIE,
william J. Coughlim, of d~Onervlle, Mass., say.- eIfa
I he fall .r is876 I was takenm withi bleedinags of the lungs,
"elOdl~ by a severe cough. I lost my appetite anu'
hl'l, atnd was contineid to imy bed. im 1877 1 was ad4
noitimtr ie ti~ h I'otpital. ThA do'ctor., said I had a Aol' in
"m' li""i at his a.' halr a dollar. AL one ilme a report
went arnunmd that I was dead. I gave imp hope, but a
firieind tohal mec of l)g. wir~r~iAM HIaLL', IIA.suI roa rns
liNMM. I got a bottle, -when, to my surprise, I comn
i'""eeql't ',l better,asndl to-.lay I reel tetter i l-n for
three ya: Imt I wri.te this honpain ivery onl aflicted
wit h diuseam4ed lungi wult take l'sa. wir,1,AM lI tr.'s Rai
& r, at i b. t a''m ciu e-j that r"te ''wrjrio eA als cLICa
and al forms of en a deilty reevdb
taiking MENgMANr' AEPTONIZZD IBEEF TONIt, the
only preparation of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains bkod-ak
inforce-generatin~ aid life-austauinin pro.
ertes;isinvluale all enfeeblmleconditioz
whether the result of exhaustion, nervous p os
uronoverwork, or acute diseas,paj0
ifrsligfrom pulmonary f-cm
well. Haard & G. propretor. New Ye
0 CELEBRA TED
WVi h the convulcing spasmedic tortures of
fever andague and til ious remittent when
Hostetter's stomach Bitters, acknowledged
to be a real culrative of malarial fevers, will
eradicate the cause of so much sulering?
No less efleeetive is this belgnant altera
tive in cases of consti athn, dyspepsia1
hiver complaint, rheumat Ism, and in genera
lebilie v and~ niervous weakness. Four sale
by all Druggista and Dealers generally.
Tum Golden Rule says tllat "it costs a
community more to suppoi t one liquor
saloon than it does to run half a dozen
churches," and the Retailer remarks
that " tlhere's more fun in tho one saloon
than in the six churches."
TrAT is the best part of beauty which
a icture cannot express.
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recei pt of 15c. poet paid. Geo.W. Peek, 213 W. 363 St., NY.
densome to me. A vacation of a month not iive
allied almo., t immedi anwon derful result.. Th
was not permanently abated. I hare used three bottl4
her that-I ever did in the sarne time during my ilime.
and vigor of body, baa come also a clearness of thou
work. Iknow not what. 1 give It the credit.
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