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W*AT .F2EGRArn rLL E A1
In the Island of Sumatra, at the bottoin o: the n
Where Asia holds such giant lands in her ca- ,
p Xcious la,
The elphalnts rise fiercely, In th' in ildest tI
kind of mob,
When the telegraph employes have finished
up a job,
And joined by wires electric places very fiz I
F~o~r thpurpose of convorsins-if they've tiny
thing to say;
These animals uproarious will throw lpn t ho y
The toleigraphito poles and wIres wherovet
they are found. t
While wires and insulators are carried off to
In the deep, glomy jungles where ho angr :
Allthe labor goes for nothing when th, p ile
are set aigain,
F'or tho elophants are watching the!e pewrse N
Who stick poles where they don't wvnt thoiji,
across their" right ol' way,"
And they tear down in the iizht-tinie wuint t
the mon have don:u by day.
With the monkeys and baboons it is qtuite
For the telegniphic vire4 make the nie:'st
kind of swing;
And just the ilrmest tight rop for any sort of
Wkile ranbling on froni " polo to pole''
sounads really quite ronitnue.
It's a very cute arrangement, far botter than
Which (10 for coniion p:.irposes, but. not fo r
such as these.
"And those lovely colored glasses"' si3t t1<,.
lighted Mrs. Ape.
This retlly looks liku living inl sonin lveetit,
sort of sh1ape;
Tho cocoa-nut shells hold watter, whiel is iill
that one cll 8:ay,
But these glasses for the future sleill envr
So the inounkeys haste to gatlier all the j'rl.wt
they can reach,
And twvist ofi' everv insulat r withi tritun.
W'lile they cli ter mid they gibber, nti(I theiy
danixe 11aA they pl:av
On tho telegnii)hie wire., all the night aim(i :,lI
We reid4 i1i " 'other Gooso" of Eiiet little
Who Avaus entingjr cuirl' 11un4 vlwey, and sitting
on :I tuifflit.
Wheu, in th' iniltlst of iilinsth-re C111W
allonig a spti.lor,
Ald, wit11 )lit. watitinig to bo 11sistul, S-11. <own .
Jist. hetide her.
Now I hli-t, r in Jupmi trenat the telegn-aphie
(Not (1-iiiilti in the letist by their being suzliI
As tIhis spider <id Miss Mu ffet, anil coolly I tak
O Ilie plde. )erhaps, besi<e ilie vir'o soi high
tove the stri-et;
For 1 oy lrin; their spinltig with tl m, 3so
(anit V atid so fine,
And thyd oldop, to bgin witlh, tan experii ental
W ith su 1h hanly friine-vol it it-; i4 OIc
.AlrEMiliu r (.1111iu weavo it Web) 11u1A ie
:tl her' el mirect.
W ith (1ri') ries lox' the p1i1i-41r thiait's to 4'Altli
the- silly fly,
And it is thn prt ttist parlt th:it. vver yo
On the baro Wester'i'n Plu1ns theire's a <r'ndi ol
And nothing for ihe lanil':lness to ser:itehx theima
so a tel<gra phie ltioe proves xi blessiig in fl is
That brings tih tont'S of gratittitlei to inan1y
hairi-rooed t yes.
Thoug-h fii-t wvith o'nlo sispi(lon: "What
e-ver is thisA thling'?"
Exelnimi;, fin great peridexity, the( (1lauintless
p)ro Iri o K InIg!-:
T'hen iniioa s5liln onilatui1t, as i l i Is
To 11 ad a pol;' for sC initelling, auidel ot! a h'o -at
kiiw oh auitai\
To0 get uip this convi ei n iee ',n snit iu ' 's.
One grant rooti s('rattih, anel then I'n og"
but iti to 1r' pol e i s, t o,
Off trotn it~s etjuilibrni nar--ia sorry sKlht to
That suiuident rush of m-itit hty ts it 11:11 u~pon
Until t he telegraphic men'i hiave set it up~
And wvhien they seek withi rtunglaest nails1 t)
T1ho butlalto PIwolltunes t hemi even' kiiti<-r
For wvhat ar'e intlils t'or but to scritteh? ati) ats
He fet'i uitler' oliiglt '01n5 ho the t houielitful
So he scrat<-twi all11 the' pol:; cwitnii, i'i'jt i''i i
oi his way),
while the nien wlnho set theni up iagain luavo
Mo tin ig elst- I 0 sar;
That somethinlg is no' t thtt terinxg to i'cnel amt
iu a t ti,
But he isi oil btwyonul thi soit of voite, or
In our journey fromu Sayang in Yun
nan to Rhiamo in Burmnah, we becameo
acquainted wvithi a race of mlouttaineers
who arec called Kacheen by' ihe luur
mleSe, but wvho call I i hemse~lve's Cingpos.
They are a small, dielicate people, whlose
br'ightly-beaming eyeS conftr'ast strongly
with their reserved behavior. The facees of
the men as wvell as of the women can~ not
be called unhanads;ome. The head is
oval andl well-shtaped, the eyes are hori
zontal, the nose( is stironlg and si iai"'ht r,
the ruddy lIip ar lineliy ('lt, andI thle
teeth are blackenedl with'betel-juice.
All the hard wor amhi:1tong I i Kao'heeni
is done, by tihe wVomen atnd girls, who
are up im the moinghi at thi h ousell)1t
hold duties while the meni are still in
The woman dloes not venture to r'aise
her eyes when she speaks with her hius
band or her employer. She has no con
cernI ab)Out the business or'c enr'ises.
that he is engaged in, b~ut ctonsiderts eve
rything good and unotuestionable that.
he Qrders ; and the subjection of the
women goes to the extent that the death '
of one us lamented ats a pecuiniaryv loss,'
because the laboring force is diinishe<I
by It; and a family that has several ~
daughters is for that reason considered
rich. The women are all the timex at
work, Cutting (downi trees, splittinug
wVoodl and bringing it to the house, cuii
ting r'oads through the t lhkets, drijvinxo
theo cattle to p~astiiure, cle'aning the hi~os<
getting the meals, and weaving clothl.
ho mecn perform no manual labor', or',
at most; will once in a while go out into
the field and sho'w the wvomnen in a
rough way how the tillago ought to be
dlone. TCheir principal business is to
visit their neighbors, to drinfk sher~u (a
Sweet (drink madoe from 'ice), and smuoke
Opium. Only in case of pressing need'
will they take their mules and their
Women and1( go to Bhiamo and1( get loads
of goods to take to China. Marx iages
among the lowor classes aire mere busi
ness affairs, in which the dotwr'y andh
physical strength of the br1idle are~ the
first "onsiderations. Among the h ighuer"
classes weddings are reCgardled as im- t I
portant events, and are distinguishedl )
by particular usages antd ceremonies.- .
Lieut. G. Kreitller, in Popular' t'eien'fce
We fear the article we published in n
regard to girls who kiss dogs has been w~
taken wrong, by some. We have a d-l.
icately scented note-not scented like tib
dog, however-from a Chicago fgirl, who Ii n
is indignant. She says she had rather tiE
kls dog any time than a man. That as
18 all --6nt. Itis only a matter of taste,
Jf the man abo refers to smells like -)1
dog, and has fleas, and his eyes run, anid aO
he licks himself instead of washing, we ge
don't blame her. Of course she knows vi
more about him than we do. But if a wi
niOe, clean man should come her way, a ina
man with the modern improvements, d<
who oould kiss back which a dou can't, v
we will bet she wondid drop her Jo like
a hot potato and freeze to the man like
th oteok, ad she woudforget te
~ll about her dog. Try It once, sis, and W
will sell ~vou~, do~to the first butcher I
To Spank, or Not to Spank I
An Eastern exchangeedited by an old
"ever whip children just before they 1
tire to rest. To.t the father's caress,
xe mother's kiss be the last link between
ie day's pain or plcasure and the night's
leep. Send the children to bed happy.
' there is sorrow, punishment or dis.
race, let them meet it in thp daytime -
nd have hours of play and thought in
rhich to recover happiness, which is
hild'iood's right. Let the weary feet,
1-- busy brain, rest in bed happy."
That's all right, of course to some
xtent. We used to talk that way before
to were a parent. We knew a good
cal more about children anyhow before
te had to grapple with themn than we do
ow. We used to be a great stickler for
aoral suasion and love and parental gush
han we are now.
Our theory now in relation to children
a changed from what it was formerly.
We maintain now, after several years'
study of the primary biped, that there
s a style of child that canuot go to sleep
at night unless spanked.
We have in our mind a little child of
the meaculine style of architecture, who
will lie and sob, und kick tlic clothe3 off,
and be mean and restless for two hours
if you forget-about iim, but if you go
and turn down tho coverlid ( and fani his
person with an overshoo lie will quiet
down and be asleep in five miin! cs.
Ho is not to blame for being the victim
to this habit, but lie is that way, and ho
can't help it. Io is tied to his spank
just as you, gentle reader, are tied to
your maturer habits.
Strange freaks do often grow into con
firmed habits that it is almost imnposisiblo
to shako off. Children tire otten the
victims of strange and unnatural cus
toms like older people.
This child, for instanco, did not at
first apparently care whether he had his
spankig at 8 p. ni. or earlier, but later
he was so regular in his dentiand for cor
poral punishiment that you could set your
watch by him. 110i ws also so attaChed
to a certain kind of arct.o overlhoo Mlibt
you couldn''t, aicitmplish anythini b.)y
paddling hin with anly other style of
hiastiseleilt. Lovo is a good tliin,
nd we often wish that more of it, bid
.een lavished on us diing our past, life,
but after all, there are ciihidren that do
not yearii for ifleetioni half as mCh as
they do for arined agression. Of courso
your coiscience :-!its you at iiervals
whven you go past the little bed after the
conflict is over and poaco and slumbers
aro the victors. Sonethiiiig may coimo
up iii your throat when you see the lit tle'
rebel lying witi hiis f!'t on the pillow
and his head itdown it tihe foot of the cot,
and a little tear on his eyelashe. You
feel, perhliaps, as though it looked like
taking an undue adva ime foqr a 200
pound man to catchi at' three-year-old boy
when ho is unpreparel aId ladIl hint
with an overshoe, aind yet somietimues it
has to be done.
We kniow that in our owvn caso eor poral
punishment was resorted to while all
the other boys in thme fannity e-espead
with mora)ul suliioni. Tht 0 result is wvlutt
might have bein expect ccl. Wie are the
only one of all that )poln isinig collection
of b)oys whoso promUiSnary notes have
gained1 a world wido circuilation to-day.
While the other boys were coni.tmuted to
p)lott along and run up little petty ne
counlts att the store, wo sitrucek out boldly
toward fame and inisolvencey.
You can encourargo a ('hiljd with a
p~ress-hoatrd somietimes1 anud fthus givo
him au impetus which will ahl hiini all
through his life.--Kyqe's l;o)m( ranL(*.
lThe SupIreme Ciouirt of Miehigan:i has~
danntcge[o'- aga:iinst the Al ichiigan Cenit ral
lHaiiroaal ('omiuin, wh'lichint
I iniivel qu~est ion. A lounilg girl wasi
itt illh' by~o a l:U at Iars of~'i ii te1m defen
d1:a1t'eItlhe c laiii for ci lamin ageso, siii-o t h
;iuie dego~reeo of (mile wa:s not re ire
ronii ai chil as froini ani :ulult, :ilid fur
hue'iore, t hat thle lm(1:n di ot epr
n1:111 as ini ai iiani. Then juriy gave at
erdlict to the plainltjil, aila'vin'ir t -ie,
-uith i i ikewise for thle sex of lie
I Fuetions1 of thle ( ourt, below we're corF
e t., so tar asi coliernis the dliree lin
esec ing& t10' age of the dceisedo, but
liat it was an error ii to( chiarge the jury
lhat the sex of thle plauint ill'al'nedth'c((lIle
itle :is to rcilsoli:ile Catre :illnl 11111
tile. Tile smuile cnre is (expeCtoil oil
li' lpart (of a wolllil ais onlI ii, of a
'lhe ('olt dI wet, ll 1oti I lii' falt t bli
le dill'ellee i1i sex hasi niiih to o
tih the :applient ion of legal pinciiples
ii:iiiy causes. Police regulat ionis ma kle
ih presen ('ice of mueni would hei eon
S crii11iuial wthel wiolinell are pre'scit,
'lt lw iiiakes :ll!Owmonce4 for nimt urill
iid for the results of t heir varyini'
iiodle of life :ui (occupat ionis. i (It'
ision1 in \liebi :is quot edi wh ech de
hired, wit oblitS l',rty.tht t
:itie skill ini diinbg mi horse could not
a' :ittrFibI~tedl to a wonaii as t iii
Lid thait a pe'rsoni iiieting ai woiinn oin
lie street wihien a colli-.o n wvas theat
'mledl shloild reiilenlher hier l:Ossible di'
Ieiellies. \While t hiis is :uil I rue, thit
vw mowlier'e hi:s lid dlownlI ihe genleral
rI i (elde I hat le o' nr*ae is iregille of CL 0 ':
omn mtIhani of a mani . Aloireoveer, a
neuter deh.. ree (of illit jtilh ix ('\hlpetetion 0
wollmilli J par, iinlityV iln jleiixI)(ri
nieO prOdililig a c:ir iwh~lich is absent
nil the cooiduiet, of miiei. The ('out (
a dl ltht. it, thierefore, is linfphilosophi
il am1iiniy itsollatble to Cstaljhih a rulle
la w v hi cli 1Ce ssit mtes les O! a til on1101
wi part of ai i'oman.
TPhe iiilmuniit1' C wiomen'l are not to s
ei !n.,id, anid t he' deferenice amui wniui
iey wvhiieh airoe due thleim musmt niot he (
ithhlelhl. Thi~s th-eision oIf the MI iehii
mi court, hIow(ee, excludelos amny ex.. >
-tive allowance fort ihe (errors of jud~g- i
emit amid col uuoi. hu:sed on thle ele- a
mit of sex, mimI shows that w'hile
unen are less- likelyv t hianmen to ox- (e
se' thiniSelves to danuger the'f oif ih
er bi womieni is not to exeu. ne''-- nd
dinco whieii the rish i-i assumed. If p
de (Ci'sioni is to :;tali for peood hlaw, ol
it prmobalyl will, thle eijuality of thle :am
esx is establlisheda in :in iluyo rtanut tic
licular. \ omeii miist lie :ts c:l oful eli
meni when they arie in phy1si('al dani- iln
r. '[hey nuiy be on al d ieut foot in hvi
onl $t:uinhng ait the halI ot -hlom lt wg
1(en (0ross'ingf a trc b'o; efore' nu oniomii- thi
. traim, that (quiahlly, mi 1i i'o'm b thi N
misiomn, is unlhiputabIle. - Ljutud ill
--faornic sre-a ode
-A anse frnckingce~em don~ies h
astree foun r haveoing pocke fa har..
foun1dt. Wih ae Imn hin Cek~a ir
onica with a small hell or ~ou~ at
When a dish of oranges is seen on the
table for dessert. tho lact is hardly re.
Dlized that in a'I probability their sur
face is the habitat of an Insect of the
Coce's family. This tiny creature is
found on the orange skin in evoy stage
of transformation, from the egg to tie
perfect insect, during the winter
months, instead of remaining dormant
in the cold weather, as is the case with
most of the insect tribe. It would hard
ly be possible to find a St. Michael's or
T.ang:ierine orange that had not hun
dreds of these little creatures in various
stag,-(.s of: development on its surface.
Lemois, too, are frequently covered.
Upon inspection, the skin of an orange
will be found to be dotted over with
brownish scarlet spots of various sizes.
These specks can )e easily removed by
a needle, and when placed under a mi
croscope, an interesting scene is pro
sellted. conisting of a large number of
eggs. w hich are oval vhito bodies,
si adin oni enid, like little bags of flour,
some of I lie inhabitant 3 of which may
very probably be seen in process of
etmerrinr from the opeled end oi the
eg. Ile female insect upon leaving
the egg hains six legs, two long hair-like
ap)edalt.lgres, an1(d no wings; it thrusts a
suI-ker into the orang e in order to ob
tiiii nourishment, and never njoves
again, passinr thu uuugh tho various
stage. 'of dveopieit until it lays its
eggs and dies. In the case of the male
ins4eet, the chrysalis after a short period
opens and the insect flies oil. The
male is supplied with wings twice the
length of its body, and each of the legs
has a hook-like projection. It has four
eYOe; and two aintenno, and is so tiny
that it cannot he seen when flying.
From somie parts of Spain oranges
come to us having their rind covered
with a coccus of quite a dilerent type.
The surface of oraiges, indeed, affords
tlie possessor of a microscope an infinite
1111n1iit of interest and amusem'!nt.
Shadows of Matritony.
Ling John Herm, a young Chinaman
of Boston, made love neceptably to Kate
Engleih ardt, whilo visiting Philadelphia,
and they were married. Although she
wIas a young and pretty girl of good
character, the Mongol failed to appro
cinte his prize, and whipped her brutally
befor a week haid Olaipsed, besides spite
fully cutting up her clothes. They were
A thrifty young farmer living near
Orittenden, Ky., is now thirty years old,
and was first inarried August 28, 1872.
Since that tnie lie lis buried two wives
and is now living with the third, having
been a widower twent, one months. He
is n1ow the father of eleven chilren
eight boys and three girls. Ho has two
pair of twinI boys.
The 1marriage of Timothy Hlaley, aged
seventy-five, to a girl ofi sevenuteen was
not expected by the people of Brook
vile, Ky., to prove a huippy one; yet
th'y are surprised biy the sepatration that
hias taken pilace, nls it was brought about
.by the old manlh inistead of the bride. He
is convinced, he says, that she married
lium solely for his money; and she gives
color to his cha~rge by suing him for one
third of lis; $10,000.
Miss ]lourne eloped with her lover at
Witeliadl, N. Y, but on the condition
that, immediately after the marriage
ceremony, she should he allowed to go
hack hiome, and tell her mother. Her
idea was that the maternal ob~jectionl to
Siho yoiung man could lbe overcamo~ by
airgumienit as soon as she was his wife.
But the plan miscarried. The mother
had so mluc(h the best of tihe dliscussion
that the~ bide waIs convinced, instead of
conyimemlg, and wvhen the bridegroom
cagme for her next day, she informed
him that she desired never to get eyes
on him again. She even put on boys'
clothes, and escaped, while lie was
watching the house, so thorough was her
change of puirpose.
How hIndians Farm.
A gentleman just up from Stand
ing .Rock Agency, in answer to an
inuimry as, to how the reds were pro
gressing in the peaceful ways of
grangermg, smiled and said their man
nor was odd. Every year they seemn to
know less about howv to farm. This is
a ttributed to the fact that they are learn
mng the ways of the whites too rapidly.
.They b~egim to understand that as soon
as they con grow crops their rations will
bie cut off', antd hence their growving igno
rance of agriculture. If they are given
a bushel of beans to plant, they will cat
nine-tenths of the amount and plant one
tenth, and the one-tenth will be dumped
im three or four holes in the ground.
Lasit spring they were given five b~ushels
of onion seeds. They couldn't eat them,
[1nd( coniscquently lanlted the entire five
biushiels on a picco of ground fifty by
:me hundred feet. They were too lazy
to pirepare a larger patch ; besides it
would have b~een contrary to their policy
A maintaining the ration system. When
Lthe onions came upl it was a curious
sight to see the young stinkers crowd
"ach other. The whole dry, naked sur
ace of the ground was raised up on top
ii the sprouting plants, it is our in
ormant's opinion that the present gen
bration of Injuns wvill not make success
ul grangers.---Bismnarck Tribuzne
T'he' piroress of mnakinug the choicest
1:nvanai : cigars', as pr:at ti'edI in (Connfee
icut, was exhiibiitd at a recent trial.
Il workmjen employed in miakinto
"scram1 (entd" eigars uiste a woodeu
nold1t, shiapedt inide to the form and
;ize of ai cigar. antid into thiis mol is
-r 'wdcd thle sippings and1( cuttings and i
Nids aniid ends of cigaris - t: . ce refuse,
wci-hapis it miay be cal lee I, of the trade.
l'his initCeeting niixt uro- v~iuch may
r1 mlay lit .include thme broken-ii uitens
f old eigar~Sf1) stump- is lfitlner prs
urue over night, anti inl the m1orningit
taikeni out an~d a. daruk. tii('e-hookin<, C
:JmEnneticut wraplper' is def'tly and tightU
we und1(1roundl it, andt te cigar neatly
t'ied withm otherfs oflhe same st yle,
t oxes bearinug various fanmcy niamies C
I lInvana cigar's, as "' lbr do Fiuma, "
lieinja Victoria,"' andt ot he' r nes of
i ice brands, and1 sold t o dhealers in
'I gs or' groce'rie's, wh'io do a wholn esale
I well as a r'etail1 business, amd who
ir('halse t huese cigae r's at s wentv..five d
]hirs per' 1.00!), 0!' t1 lihe rate (if twvo
id onel half (cents aie~tce. Api propsi
ml to teair open' somw of lhe 'igauu' in
urti t o shouw the jury', ist wha:t w a
lie ruaker', wvht :nhnir 'telhat they~
wec "serap tind " t1igar-.', an ii thiouuhit
at adtmiissioni shouhij he enuigihi..
.Julius Cmesar commanded a fleet be
ro Mitylene and distinguished himself
fore the age of twenty-two ; completed
ii first war in Spain, and was made
nul hetom the. ags of~.or c
Science and Cigarettes.
It has been known for years to the
average schoo'boy that the alka'i metals,
osium, rubidium, potassium, sodium
and lithium, have so powerful an affinity
for oxygen that they will decompose
water on contact-combining with the
oxygen and liberating the hydrogen.
In the case of all but the last metal
named the reaction is so v'olent that
heat enough is evolved to tire the hydro
SCA, which burns with a flame colored
by volatilized portions of the metal, as
follows: Ctesium, sky blue;- rubidium,
ruby; potassium, violet; and sodium,
yellow. Lithium will inflame only on
contact with strong nitric acid, wheil
it gives off an intensely whit(
light. A Broadway fakir has turned
this curious fact to advantage, and hl
abandoned the cheap, soft gum-drop,
the marvelous tooth-paste, the lightninn
strop, and the dozen-for-a-penny tin co'
lar-buttons to intreduce small strips 0.
sodium to the public under the nanie ol
"'Edison's Miraculous Helee'ro-Dyvnamni
Pipe and Cigar-Liliter. 'Ere, gentle.
men! fi' 'undered lights for fi-i-i cents!'
Having drawn a crowd, lie illustrates:
"Jus' clip horf ha bit the size hof ha
pin's 'ead, put hit hin the tobacker
this way, gentlemen-then spit lion it,
so!-'n 'ere yor see hit BUSTS hinto
flame, 'n yer 'as yer light, rainer
This delightful chemical surprise of
eourse sue -eeds in obstructing Iho street
near Trinity Church a1lmnost ats well as
does tle United States Steai-Hcatin u
Comipany. The elrious spectators ga/e
and then pass in their nickels and re
ceive small bottles covered with paper,
in each of which are three fragnien ts of
sOhiui the size of a pin -worti at
wholesale rates about one-tenth of a
mill. As sodium oxyd i:es Very raidly
when el)xposCd to the air, and is pre
served only by being submerged in
naplhtha, the purchasers soon find their
IEdis,'i iighters worthless, for the falkir
only pts about a dro1) of naphtha inl
e:a,+ bottle. Yesterday a smart man
witi a waxed mustauche and brown mats
un'ter his cars thought it would be very
fltomin to buy one of the Idison lighiters,
shovre it, into a cigarette, and thenil win
ten dIllars from a friend by betting him
he coimd liht the tlhing b,- dipping it
-o waTter. The preliminanes were
skliully mail ieasily natde, and the
loau'( cigarette was carefully muarkeI
aind deposite(d in the case with others.
TheI man who was to lose ten lo'lars
was foumid picking his teeth in front of
Dulmonico's, having just had a free
lunch in Nassau street.
"low do, Jim" said the smart man,
saunterinr up. "Haver cigarette?,"' -
"Don't caref do,'' observed the man
who was to lose. "Gotter light?'
"No, butter guess there s water in
side,'' insinuated the man who was to
"Water! Wha' for?" asked the man
wvho was to los(3, astonished.
''To ilight e~garette, of course,"' re
spondoed the lman who was to win, art
A few questions andl answers t hen
flashed back and forth, until the man
who was to wvin saidl:
"Betcher ten dlollars!"
"Done," said the man who was to
lose. The money was produtced, a pamss
ing mutual friend was hiailed and ap
p~omuted stakeholder, andl the three en
teredl a neighboring saloon to get the
water with which to light or not to light
-the man wh'lo wa.; to win calm nd~
smiling~, the man who was to lose calm-~
er and snigg'ering, andI the stakeholdler
lobster-eyed, thinking lie had fallen in
with a pair of lunaties.
The water wvas prodlucedl, a crowd
gathered, thme cigarette was (lipped. It
did not liglht. Th'le crowdl smiled. Thme
man who was to lose laughed. Thme
stakeholder' started to pass over time
money. The man who wvas to win
checked him, said it was all right, stuck
the cigarette in his mouth and gave it a
vi go rous draw....
The cr'owdl never knew what made
himi t hrowv a hack somerset, claw at the
air, choke, gag. wvhistle, cough, spit and
swear like a South Sea Islander who Lad
iniadrvertently taken a drink "'
lioboken whisky. The barkeeper wvas
so Nirprised thait he set 'em up for I he
c'ro)wd. 'I he si akehmolder passed over
the nmollev aind sati I lhe hald never before
witnaes-e I such gy~mna~st ics. The man
who was to lose but~ d d't was udivi'dd
between anxietyv to em lie :ano her hiet,
nt I fear that his fir:eil - reason was
j'i'rnmiiit'l golie. Nobody knew thle
secret & thle mystery but the TJime.oman
an d thle imani wVho was1 to win L(h,: idin' t.
Thme' kniewu that. I he wrong eiil of tihe
prepared cigarente h ad g.'ne in) )to the
Amid didn1' t. lighl1.
Thle right end~ hadl goine in'o the
mi iuit hi.
Apostrophue to un lndian M1aiden.
Thou still and senseless gob of
bronzed and <tazzling worth, we hail
thee at a comfortable distance andl trill
to thee our little song.
WVho taught thee such untutored grace
>f lirmb, such cross-eyed footsteps and
uclh simle trust ?
Whmo taught thee thus to overtake the
angle-worm and nail the locust in his
rap~id flight ? Who skilled thee in the
3hanse and showed the how to weave the
Iaudy bead upon the yellow mnocca
uin in wild, fantastic figures of rude,
mnpossible things ?
Idlly thon leanest 'gainst the cotton
vood, scratching thy back ferninst its
ough yet kindly trunk, while in thy
hark, mysterious eye there lurks a hidden
oy, a joy perchance like his who,
'leldmng to the buckwheat cake's seduc
ivo power, hath found the hat-rack in
he hall and worked it on his shoulder.
.Fair Alfarita I child of the dus~ky
ight, we greet thee 'cross the .purple
1115 like other poets who have writtenI
f thy grace. Thy childlike face hathi
~on tihe poet to thy side and (in his
undl~) he tunes his lyre to thee.
.Some day the warrior of the mountain
lime will come and woo thee in the
uttural, melancholy style thy people
>ve, and in the twilight's glow, whecn
atuire and the bullfrog sink to rest,
ith coy reluctance, like the man who>
teetsa his mother-in-law, thou, Alfarita,
imghter of malarious night, wilt yiel
ty future to the knock-kneed brave.
An Ohio Nero,
The Ohio boy is full of genius. He
id been reading that Nero fiddled while
omne burned, and his fancy was kindled
the mere thought of the sublime
ectacle. How hard it is to repress the
ecocity that bespeaks the possession
heaven-born endowments. One after
on this boy set fire to the woodlshed,
d, crawling up on adjoining fence,
vered( his nmother's hair comb with at
of paper, and phia-ie "Wam-Dow
meron's Literary Methods.
It has been Emerson's habit to spend
the forenoon in his study, with constant
regularity. He has not waited for moods
but caught them as they came, and used
their results in each day's work. It has
been his wont to jot down his thoughts
at all hours and places. The suggestions
that result from his readings, conversa
tions and meditations are immediately
transferred to the note book he always
carries with him. In his kalks many a
jem of thought is in this way preserved.
All the result of his thinking are thus
tored up, to be made use of when re
yuired. After his note books are filled,
is transcribes their contents to a large,
Ommonplace book. When a fresh sub
bot possesses his mind, he brings to
ether the jottings he finds he has
written down concerning it, fusing them
into a connected whole with the addi
tional material suggested at the time.
His essays are then very slowly elabor
ated, wrought out through days and
months, and even years of patient
thought. A curious evidence of this
method of constructing his essays may
be found by the attentive reader in the
repetition of the same phrases in differ
ent essays, showing that a Japse of mem
ory sometimes permits him to draw out
the same sentences and ideas more than
once. One of the most striking in
stances of this may be found in the
essays on "Farmiug" and "Perpetual
Forces," where the analogies from the
conversibility of forces run almost par
allel with each other, showing the use of
the same materials from his note books
in their composition. His essays are all
carefully revised, again and again ; cor.
rected, wrought over, portions dropped,
now matter added, or the paragraphs ar
ranged in a new order. He is unsparing
in his corrections, striking out sentence
after sentence, and paragraphs disappear
from time to time. His manuscript is
everywhere filled with erasures and
emendations; scarcely a page appears
that is not covered with these evidences
of his diligent revision.
Almost everything Emerson has writ
ten was prepared for the lecture plat
form. * * * He has not been pri
marily a book-maker, as Carlyle has
been, but an unsettled preacher, or a
university lecturer on morals, not occu
pying a professor's chair. The books
have been an afterthought, printed after
the exigencies of the platform demanded
now topics. This method of composi
tion has led to a wonderful power of
condensation, and to a marvellous com
pactness of expression. His concentrated
sentences are doubtless wrought out, one
by one, in his lonely walks or in the
quiet of his study, and worked over in
his mind until the words perfecly fit
the idea expressed. In no other writer
are there so many sentences which com
plete the subject, and will'stand, uin
supported and alone, as vindications oX
the author's thought.--Gco. WV. Cookec.
-Thle giled youth of the dayv, as dis
(rI bedi by TIrn//, weaur exe ed in'giy Uight
sugg~estive (of cor ets, hat-i with1 (currel
hriims, ver'y tall collars, veory light ties,
ada white flower placcdl very near
their estimable (chin1.. Their boots
taper at the toe.s to points so shiarp as'
to defy nature and encourage chiropo
Tmun Kansas City Tlmes rep~orts that
its book-keeper suffered very severely,
and for a long time, withi rheumatisin.
He tried St. Jacobs Oil and was cured
by one bottle.
-Three St. Louis gambllers hatve he
COmeC ravn mantiaes. Thit i.s, the
have J) leaded guilty to the (ih urge of
.gamtbhnug andl been -ent Ino for i-<
would have (done it. Ile'd h':t'e hiredI
some11 lawyer to contct some1 one0 of
1)crsecution andt perjury.
TxrE Ithica (N. Y.) Itican obIserveS:
Our druggists report that St. .Jaeob)s Oil
goes off like hot cakes.
-A sahnon01 trou~jt weigh ingI ntin arnd
year- aigo by Sth itreen'.i, and1( this wat
thte -ecolt' hne (iWOIht.
WV Urn .'eSavwed in tained.
ti-. l1r Pie'sttt M eviers. at i ii '' h-erin's
IICthsS prvetin Li g ever settl hr.- eu
(i( her Ilulbors. bold by tlrui:',
T1'rimr are not more thtan 300) profes
Si' nal burglars in Amerien, and vet to
iNepC them out of outr homes we p:\ .
t~VO000 per year for loeks, bolts. andt~
I iStenlers. Ten1 ttinsusand dollarsl pijece
per year wvoul hire them to be gYi.
.*Youe, iddle-ag~ed, or old( men(1. sumfb
lng fromt nervoust. deiOlityv or kiitoired
n Teet jins, should addlress;, wi't hIt w sun pt s,
ho hi lrge treatise, Wono's SI )ses.-.a in
Alm IteAE, AssuemIAi-oN, Ihutralo, N. Y.
-"Oca Widle is a fauilure on thec
platt o: m,' ' de(ch'ires t he Alemtphie Ap4
/i ' :md i' onlyI reiebved1 tromi It
ht .nugr by is Ita'lo-te:
Oreatest mIecovery NInce 1-.m.
For ('oughs,4 colds1, sore itbroat, bronch'tit is.
hlarynigitis, anid cotnsumlptiont iln its (early
-Itages, nlothingt' eqjuals 1). P'ierce's -'1ole ic
Mledicau1lDiscovey. IV' t. is also at greal
blogdi-puriftier antd st rength restorer o:
tomei, and1( for liver complahit1 aitl -o'tin
(onditionis of theo bowels it hats nto eqjual
Sold by drutggis.
heted i to 15 detgrees; it ha u- Iis
ne' I s'eret iiH jhlih ttllav btt I
" MarketS flenefit.'"
and1( liver diseauses with mtarked b'enit.
J1. II. Joces.
--O( ne t10 hine you miay be0 sure--vi.:
that if ynii are I olt inig for the0 dark side
of life you will find( it.
KriDN1Y-W'(lT in this seas'on suisttains the~
system and keepis utp the st rentgth.
-A Kentineky man11 is the owner of a
jar knmowni to be :300( years ohld. It mulist
havle 1 een a terr.b'e faumily jar to be re
mem01 ber d~ so' I ono-. A. I'. t /rt r// hr.
Tenchers wanted(. A ddress with stam p frr
rtppl ication-form, TIeachters' Ag'cy,Cint'ti,0.
A MAN's good btreoding is thle btest
seccur'ity agaitnst other peo~ple's dll-.- an
LVDIA F. PrI hahitaM'r Vegetable ('on- poundl
remtoves fain Iness, Ilatutlency, dle' -roys aill
ernvainog for stinmilnnts andl~ rehieva weak
ViSss and moms
?lie@, roahee, ants, bedbug., ratE, 'adoep
Rophers, hipmunks cleared out by " Bough on
-Collectors of brio-a-brac may be
pleased to know that there are estimated .
to be hid away in caves of Egypt some
Puax cod-liver oil, from selected lie. on
the sea shore, by Caswell, Haxard & Co., . Y.
Absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have
once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians
declare it superior to all other oils.
-Soap in a solution mixed with pho
nic acitl,when impregnated into timber,
is an excellent preseri-ative against rot
ustally resulting from moisture.
CHAPED hands, face, pimples nd rough akin
cured by using Juniper Tar Soap, made by Cas
well, Hazard & Co., New York.
FACTS ABOUT UMBRELLAS.
Antiquar!ants rtay thitt the umbrella was in
vented shortly afler the flood, and has been the
least improved upon of all alpplinnees for human
Comfort the shape being now &a it was ii Jpose
youthfill days of the world. An umbrei t U
Inuch like a Pigeon aw to the question of Posses
slot--the lits oi who gets it owns it. '1 he fol
lowing facts aboUt ulnbrellas--espechill the last
one-may serve ever reater a splein purpose
sootier or later: To >lace 'otr unbrella IiI a rack
lll1icntes that it is i out to chaih e owilters. 1n
tiilbella earried over a woman, tile mai gett Ilg
noth in bit drippings of the rauit, indicntescouri
shi ip, WhelI tie l)nal has the umbrella riui the
woma til he driipin-s, it inlldiates marriage. To
carry it it right all e4 milider -ottr arm sigilles
that aln eye is to bel ost by tile tuan who follows
yon. '1'( pt11it( ti tton i n1'-elia by the side ofalte
silk ole signiies inat," exchange i81o robber' "
Tlo lesd atlt titlbrellia stipiiles that "I nt a f'"
'Tko carry ait inibrella just high enougl to tear
ont Ineti eyes 11t(l kiock oll' Iien's lits, signiie-4
. I 1in. i womiani.' 'o go witilout all umbrell
in a roni nstori shows I Ia sure of getti4g hlu
Imati'll, til will have to Ilse ST. JACOBs 011. to
get well." To kee) a fine tinbreila for your owin
1.se and a bottle of ST. J.1COBS OIL always in 11le
lttiise, iti caso of lheutnatislia or aeelilent would
sigui'y that you are real philosopher.
Theli followinig comtmunlat fin to thle edlitor (if
tlo Salen (Mas1.) Ri qisirr' hi- h aatist
t reatedl htis vi1tr "1 woidt have accepted your
kindl inivitation to visit \-onl ill yotir new tiirter
with pleasure hef'ore ths 11 halot y oll en in1y
"Mr. liheunnitism ionnect e 0 o sluiddeily.*
1i0 arrivedl last, 'rihy and, dit hort stopp ing t(
setn(I up1 his cardl, rushewd l inld gr~a!-pe(l 1ine bS
th1,e h Iand withit sneh a grip) that ill a few hou1w
mly hluu 11n14 Wri+t were so imally swollen and
latin uli that r felt as thotuglh olne of Mr. 1Intch's
Coal t11115a ha 11t1 t oVer 11me. I'. lIheumatism
luis beeti a oistait visitor of mine for several
years: hie lways swells mid put on a great miany
iir INak Iini himivsell'at ltn(ie, de 'onrin! illy- su)-b
sailice a lev I ing le loon in flesh 11114 pocket.
1.ist wiltcl' ie (aile anld stllyed two uon1th11. I
then <14leid (hat ihe Ilext tille e 11Calne I Woulli1l
(iig I1Lhis <iet0. I was SomlewIlIt at a loss whatt
to feel hlin wih, blit finlly ('lielltdl to give
him t hree square nicals a day of Sr. .IMois01i.
1 r11:nig, tI tI4 11nl 1i'4it. 'This fare lie Is dis
g:1.stedT with, andl is packiig up his trunk atnd will
Ieave by t(Hnori'row ()Ir next lay; siys Ie cnt 1u(ot
M1p any lonlger, as le as pressing business else
hre. lie is a hreacherous fillow, an hle Is
Sta i vlsiing . onte of our Salen. frienls If h4
lii- jn' a gu~tti vo hiin1 the anne fare thalt I did<1 gnd
CElLEBRATED E t
It ia the conc1irrent testimony df the public and the
meical profeission, that H~ostettere Btomach hitters is e'
meidicine~ which achieves results bpeedily felt, thorough
arul b.'uuyn. Des'ides rectifying liver disorder, it inlvigor
at the feble, conqupers kidney and bladder comnplainti,
an. 1h.itens the convaXlescen1ce of those. recovering fronm
enfelling, diseases. Moreover, it is the grand spccine for
fuver ad a:;ue.
For salie by all Druggists a-.4 Dealers
.1 ..',e- eli'like-'. Pea~k 'e1 Inernl 1nc'ks.
.\!i - I' i '- atNi TIANT).N
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The work of six hiorses (done b~y three.
Can be adjustel iv any gin owner in five
hours at a cost of 4.1.59 for nails andl lumber.
~osit.vely indispensible to every gin owner.
Mliotel and full inlstrulctionls, with individual
riehi,, selit )ur express prepaid on receipt of
price, $10. Send for circulars. Add ress
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___________II oily Springs, Miss.
AKTvH~~ -rmAND NOT
-4il ..Wi / ANYjATC WEAIIR OUT.
30LD1Fby atelaaars.By wanlf5eta. circousr
RI 1 -T- 8.B~MC. 8DyS. N. -
One pair of our Ladles' Fine Fashionable Best
FrnchK'BUlT~f N BOOTS mad
till rild(I of $40, mlonley or stamlps.
Wholesale Boot Sho
I~bAL, Dealers, Louisvil ,Ky
.11 4 1 I'' at-; I b~ll veud t'l~t. i t N('rn4,t's l'os i
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ndl;i''. pr Ie hii ghi4 exc llce of 'h14 i e'ptmfent of manuria sti
tarlsons exit* .iniig I brough a p' riodl of several mlonths.,, Sill
nd' lii 'oVns inl r(4'o 'nlhiion of dhestrrics of anper-excellence a
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THE GRAND 811
being the ornly highest award in this dep
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Their manuifaicturers rate this extraorinary dilstintion
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baaiA m i ar o freean romdedr facta
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notat, paraie., v tw5) -ru0 wear, 69To are0 incSes of
selll1Anah p r 3ne0.ug n, .h $4o0, vai70h$
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Legular Winter Term begins irst week In October,
and continues fve mnoth.
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. .Box 234- _____
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BY THE ' - -
ATLANTA COTTON LIOSITIOY,
Steamingine and Saw Mi
Uxhibited at Atlanta in 11.
Manufacaturers of Steam Engines, Boilers
Eaw MIjs, Gauns Edgers Lath Machines, Had 4
and Spoke Matohirtery, 8bafting, Ilangers, Pul
le ,ouplings, Gearing, Grist and Flour Mil'%
foted for Spcigl Ciftlar of our No. 1 Plantton
Saw Mill, iv Ich vel wl for
Spealt attention given to PlaOtation M.*
ehinery. 1i4ssafratet Vireelara Free.
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Joh & Wasev tes.. Cincinsnti.,,
5".tarsa.'. *'ass--:aI$ Polio make New R
ied :nt will comi,etely chantge the blood In the
nro syat .m in th moanotlis, Any person who will
.t- e . o. piti e(ach ni!ht frmi I to 12 weeks may ho re
t,! ',i to sound ea,..;lt it. if stch thing ie possiblo. Sold
-very wit-a fr cetat ).y mall filot 8 loter tampe.
t. S J04asMS4M Ak O. a 0 Itos, Macs.,
.'s aig BIzass5g50s Ng.
Wejs() e;5% YSPUI MEA lttY. The Hymental
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-iR t-iT 'TEAS, and secure a bexatfiud
1"Mos Rose Oy Cold Dand To& o
(44 riveen,' etr oW t s atio,
of thSee beautiful tea elts given away
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("I 1"4 %' 8 '' thl~t af'n being silvertiscet--thsey are dae~sgoe
n't . lrtmita. to helth-ti abow poIson. Deal ontly with reliable
. i- l it afin. a rits Ir posNitlo. No hamtbug.
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An Eng~listi Veerinary Surgeont and alheminls, no
.avelint tn this country, says that most of the Horse and
iCattle Itowaers sold here are worthless trash. He says
thlat Rhoridan's Condition Powders are absolutesppt e
autnd tmesel y valuable. Nothing on earth will ~e
hens layn like beridaen's Condition Powders. yPose, ws'
.aapoonafti to one pint of food. Sold every where s
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'hoas th-' cotuntry. Circulars maailed xniis
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itda t nutci lfail pat encalaas, address, p. 0. Bo,
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*aapranied with five doilats, we will send the par
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en nmeunt daoes not effect a cure. Gluaratees issued only
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importedl laset yeari.-i'r-iere lower
than evecr.-Agets wteld. -Doni't,
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to Cbs. Fine Black or Mixedfr 2
end for ponh.1I etnmple 17 ets. extra for pona
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targest vairiety.-'lelsg ii ' veryibodv.-O)dtaslt Tea
two~ in Aintter~ .- No chtronaao.-No JJaug.
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