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A ASSEMBLY STREETS
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s portion of
lift received a*
A worthy man of Paris town,
Come to the bishop there ;
Hii face, o'erclouded with dismay,^
Betroycu a fixed despair. ?
"Father," 'said ho, "a ?inner vile
Am I, against my will;
Each hour I humbly pray for faith,
But am a doubter still.
"Sure* were I hot despised of God;
He would not leave me So,
To struggle thus, in constant strife,
Against the deadly foe."
The bishop to his sorrowing son
Thus spoke a kind relief :
"The King of France has castles twain ;
? To each bo sends a chief.
"There's Montolhery, lar inland,
That stands iu place secure;
While La Rochelle, upon the coast,
Both sieges oft endure.
"Now, for these oastlcs?both preserved?
First in his prince's love
Shall Montelhery's chief be placed,
Or La Bochelle's above ?"
"Oh, doubtless, sire;" the sinner said,
"That king Will lote tiio most
The man whose tunk was hard, to keep
i?acadlo on the coast!"
* "Son," said the bishop, "thou art rigtit}
Apply this reasoning well;
My Ueart is Monlelhcry fort,
And thine is La Uochellc !"
Post Card Jokes:
snc1dent8 op tufc ck K/.r iJheJuSIBn <>?
B.",?4- .5. \ .....
, The n'cW device of Poniiuunlcr Qeiicr
al Cratwull, the pbVl'al cards, went into
circulation yestcniuy. As they have
bom somewhat elaborately described iu
the fpccinl disputches for the ln3t several
wecka, It is uot necessary to gu into
particulars here, ijesides nearly every
body has seen them, and known h?w to
describes flfcui himaolf. Rut for n gcticr
nl description it unght belaid that they
aro designed for the cti?tribution of
intelligence among the masses nt one
thiid the usuul into. You can nrite ul
ini st anything you please on a postal
card, so that it isn't too long?that is to
nay, the article that is written. Rut
there uro sonic things that u j nut road !
well ob h postal can.!. Take,for instance,
a large boarding house, where tlio lund
lidy takes euro of tho mail Until the
boarders bull for it. This sometimes
-makes the diffusion of intelligence among
tho masses ( trifle too diffuse for com
! fort. The pojAmau. comes to tho door
with an armful of pcstul bard*. The
landlady relieves him of the burdbu,
gees in and sits down und begins to sort
them over fur the various boarders.
Presently she strikes one which reads
St. Louis, May 17.
My (fefir Thcojih?Coni'o to night at
hall-past 10. Side gate open. Build <g
chained up in tho baseuiuut. Light iu
the window lor you.
Yours, sweetly, K. B. L.
Landlady then turns to the ot her side
of tho card. Sho reads the supcrscrip
Mr. Theopiiilub MuffIjEcheek
No. 13,1)76 llahb avenue, City.
Landlady rests her cheeks on ber lefi
band and muses. Landlady tolut ;
??Well, now, did I ever? Who'd
a thought that Mr. %Mufflocheek was
that hi ml of a moo? Came heie, too,
with the highest references from his lust
place. Pays his board regular every
Saturday at tea. Belongs to our ehuroh,
too." [Reads again.] "Half pnst teu
?dear me, and 1 always thought he
went to bed regularly at half-past nine.
Bull dog chained up iu the base ine nt, !
Well, 1 never 1 I'll keep a little watch
on Mi-. MufBechcek. I'll expose him
before tho church." Thon she draws a
loug sigh, uud proceeds with atiother
St. Louis, May 17.
Sir?I have now waited .'oar weeks
for tho balance on tbatsuit of clothes.
I need tub ntbney. Must hare it on
Turns to the superscription and reads:
Mb. j i.home B. Sunflower,
No. 13,875 Hash Avenue.
"Well, if ever I heard the like in my
life! Mt. Sunflower is edoh a nice
gentleman. And be uses such elegant
perfumery. Let mo -aa j he owes me for
two week's board. Told me this morn
ing he wes expecting a check from home.
I to his roon, e*d ecu how
much baggage he lirts. Dear me, folks
are bo unaccountable." Couae) to
My Dear Spriyyins?Just deposited
four hundred to jour credit iu the
Twelfth National. Draw on me at
sight for tAo balance.
Yours, B. W. K.
Turns to tile superscription, reads :
j. Delavield Sriuo?iNS, Esq,
No. 13,l>75 Hash ave., City.
"Grat'ioliS nie 1 How much like Mr.
Sprigging* own handwritiug that is
Singular that two. persons should write
so nearly ulike. Let wo seo, Mr. Sprig
gibs told aiti hocxpeCod some money to
Kilter Spriggids?uGood afternoon,
Laudludy?"Hero is a poatur card for
Sprig?''?h, yes." (Rends to him
self.) "That's nil right. By the way,
madutn, have you money enough in the
house to c?2h a fifty dollar check ? It's
banking hours and I. just received a
telegram from Kansas City, und mu?tgo
! on the night train."
Landlady?I'll go right uwny and
look in toy bureau drawer. I reckon I
cau accommodate you." (Landlady re
turns with a roll of bills.")
Sprig?Here, I'll just include that
thrte weeks' board in the chock aud
make it Beventy five Balance will be
Landlady couuts out fifty, which
Sprig thrusts into -his vest pocket, gota
up btuiis, gets Iiis vali.-c snd starts to
catch the trai'u for Kansas City. Lrud
lady will discover to morrow that the
?similarity between Mr. Spriggins* hand
writing und that on the postal card Isn't
Mil li a singular circumstance, after all.
It only eoct Spriggins one cent to
r.iia'e the wind. Those postal cards arc
ifq incalculable convenience to the toil
I ing mat-tea.
I A VARIATION.
Postman rings at a modest looking
mansion on Locust street. Servant
girl comes to the dodr. Postal cards
lor the uiasteic of the housu who has
i uly been married a couple of years
Servant girl delivers Ilia puatiil cards to
the young wife. Young wife ic ids :
St\ Louis, May 17.
Dea* .Joe?Will be* at the corner of
Twellth and Pine, back, half past nine.
' First class p-?rty of boys. Bo on hand.
Half past uiho, 'harp. Wake 'era up.
Young wife lays down the postal card
nnd elevates bur eyebrows. Mr. Cress
well's cheap method of diffusing intell
ig nee lias let a flood of now light in
upon her mind. ?
Youug wife, totn*,?uSo this is the
club, is hf Hiding nround town iu
hacks all bight, with a party of first
class boys. Oh dear, oh dear !" Then
she weeps copiously and sighs deeply.
Shu will go homo to her mother the
very next day 1 She never was so
wronged und outraged iu her whole lite !
Weeps aguiu passionately, and seeks tho
camphor buttle. Youug husband, ull
uncouscious, coinos home to suppcT.
Tableau !?St. Louis Republican.
i ?im ... mm,
Sortie Fan Over Ladles1 Garters.
Tho Hichmond (Va ) Enquirer says:
Some New England lady, Mrs. Daniels,
we bolievo?another of tho Daniels come
to judgement?has invented a newfangl
ed apparatus for keeping the ladies
sto -kings up, vhich is to supcrsedo tho
time-honored nnd knightly garter. It
may do well enough for tn?.?? ladies who
lack suffioioot rotundity of limb, but
Virginia women are not deficient in any
of the necessary adjuncts that go to
luako up the perfect mould of form,
aud can kcop their garters on, and stock
ings up without resorting to any new
inventions. What will tho Yankees ask
us to surrender dcxt! Tho garter is an
old aud cherished institution; aud,
alijnough ' tho classic invention with the
buckle has bocn nocoptod by many city
heller, the free bora and ouconveutional
oouutry girls fctill ttick to twine aud
tape and other strings? aotno oven using
as a tie the primitive wisp of straw. We
will have none of this neW fashioned hip
attachment gearing. We are tnie to our
ancient tics. It is a direct assault upon
our civilization?a blow aimed at our
gartered rights--and we will resent i t
wbile we have a log to stand on. Ladies,
tie trda toyrur stockings. Unfurl the
banner of the garter, aod inscribe upon
it that graftl motto of the gran ;h?t order
of knighthood over established?"Uoni
toil giti mal y /)eti*e"-?and there is not
a man, young Or old, in Virginia, but
will rally round tho flag and shod his
last drop of blood iu defence of the! gar
ter rights of women, and cry, "Down
with the Yankee hip-ocraoy."
WHAT THE UUEST8 OF FASHIONABLE
HOTELS EAT DAILY?OEANfiB COUNTY
BUTTER THAT COMES. DIRECT prom
LET THEM UO TO WORK AND manu
FACTURB CALVES AND VEAL CUTLETS.
A company Km been organized in this
city, with it capital, or $000,000, for the
manufacture of butter^. It is claimed
that the butter is genuine, the means of
producing it being alone artificial; in
other words, the discoverer affirms that
the urtiele is-not mcrcP. butyrous but In
ovcry respect tho complete and perfect
thing, as agreeable, ntUtiticus. and usa-*
ble as the best Orange itunty butter. A
gentleman of rorogni?d ability as a
chomist is the fortumle introducer of
this new wouder. Sj.'cral persons of
wealth have bought strick, and in a week
or two tho mn,nu!'acturos will be conduct
ed on a very largo scale. Tho tempora
ry offices of the Olco Magarine Manu
facturing Company, HP the corp. ration is
called, are at 40 Droadway aud their
manufactory in Forty fifth street. Ar
rangements have beeu?|pade for securing
bettor accommodation^!! Fil'iieth street
and very soon" the majc^Ot will be folly
supplied v^itlt tho a$lfr product. At
present the de-jaud f;||(thc article is so
great that it is boyo.n^Juc capacity of
the oouipaifj to suppl^rHtt- Tho profits
arc expected to be e?ScV00 per cent.
As this city-made Orango cnnnty but
ter is used in many of the mot-t fashiona
ble hotels und restaurants, both for
cooking and for tho table, it may be
interesting to the readers of the Sun to
learn something of tho method iu which
it is made. To the first phoe pgents arc
employed to visit the olaughtor house*
and to buy up all the beef fat tHually
styled su-t. This suut is carted to the
butter factory and cleansed. Then it i
put into ordinary meat-choppers nnd
minced fino. It is afterward placed in n
boiler with as much ' water in bulk as
itself. A steam pipe is introduced
among tho particles of the suet and they
are molted. The refuse or membrane
goes to the bottom o' tho water, the
oily substance floats and is removed.
This litter consists orbutter turner und
Stearine. A temperature of 80 degrees
melt? the former and leaves tho Stearine
at the bottonL The butter matter, or
orcam, is drawn off; then about 13 per
cent of fresh milk is added and the
necessary sr-.lt. and the whole is ohurucd
for ten or fifteen minutes. The result
is Orange county ButUr at aboutoue
half tho usual c ist.
The stearine is sold at twelve cents a
pouud to tho candlo maker, and the
refuse at seven cents a poun 1 to the
manufacturer of food for cattle
BUTTER FOR SUMMER tourist*.
All the leading steamship lines be
tween here and Europe are to bo sup
plied this summer with the newly inven
ted butter. In taste und appearance it
is precisely similar to the finest county
butter, made fron the milk of live cows.
Several of the leading moo iu tho butter
trade havj purchased stock, as have al
so many ol the presidents of the steam
ship lines and the proprietors of tho
leading city hotels. Professor C. O.
Oorcmus has testified to the success of
j tho now method of butter manufacture
and prophesies great prosperity for the
new corporation. Professor Paraf, the
discoverer, oxpeots that the new product
I will drive live cow buttor out of the
market altogether. Tho few unscientific
outsiders who uro acquainted with the
facts uow first mado public, regard tho
\ whole thing with amazement. It scorns
extremely odd to them that the same
j oarcasa which furnishes a frosh steak for
, breakfast should also supply the Orange
I county butter which thoy spread upon
their accompanying hot rolls.?N. Y.
A girl declared that if she oould
choose her mode of death, she would
prefer being smothered?with kisses.
A New Haven factory makes wool
out- of r.id muslin de laiue dresses.
Recognition of Merit in the South.
There was no part of tho country in
which talent and virtue, no mntter how
humble its origin, or from what locality
.of the UiliOh, had speedier rccognitiou
than iu the Southern States. Tho illus
trations of this truth are almost number
less. The great George MoDuffie, of
South Curolina was of bumble parentage.
The lather of President Andrew Jackson,
a dative of North Carolina, was a poor
tuutj, and his mother belonged to a hard
working family of linao weavers. The
father of John C. Calhoun lefl bid
family in moderate circumstance?, and
, af'.or his death his son resided with bis
widowed mother, laboring on tho farm.
Andrew JohuBou ol Tcuucsseo, was
originally a tailor. These* tiro only a
few out ol many, instances of the prompt
and practical recognition of labor in the
South, without regard to origin The
same is true, whatever may have been tho
locality from which talent eatne. John
M. Bcrricn, the distinguished represen
tative in former days of Qcorgiu in the
United States Senate, was a native of
NeW Jersey. Johnson, of Virginia, n
of New York, was elected Governor
of Virginia over George \Y. Summers a
native Virginian. The father of the late
Dr Josiah Clark Notf, principal author
of th? famous "Types of Mankind," by
Noil .?ml Gliddon, w.h a native of East
orri Connecticut, but moved to Cauidon,
South Carolina, where he practiced la*
with B?ectiS, was elected to Congress,
and ended his days as a Judge of the
State Court of Appeals. The most
brilliant and popular orator in the
Southcvu States, Sargent S. Pientiss, of
Mississippi, was n native of M i inc. and
(tne of the most fam ids Southern editors,
George 1>. Pfentiss, of Kentucky, was a
milivo of Connecticut,?The list might
be ind.iinitely extended.?The ''blue
blood" oft ho South has never been
more potent than tho "yellow gold" of
tho North in keeping to itself the keys
tb:.t unlock tho gutes of success. It is
a great mi-take to represent that iti any
section of tit's country, which was settled
mainly by tl" poor and middle elasaoa
"f K&rnpe?any coluu'sisof higher tank
. ven in the South than a younger son
j In ing i?. social pheuomeiiou?there ever
' w is any bar or hin liunc? to the rise of
ibility an I energy to their proper level
How the Boy Arises.
Culling a boy up in the morning can
hardly bo olassed under the head of
"pastimes," especially if the boy is loud
of exorcise tho day before. And it is a
little singular that the nest hardest
thing to getting a boy out of bod is
getting him into it. There is rarely a
mother who is a success at rousing a*
boy. All mothers knows this; so do
their boys. And yet the mother seems
to go at it iu the right way. She opens
the stair door nud insinu dingly observes:
"Johnny!" There is no response."?
"Jim.my !" Still no response Then
there is a sh irt sharp "John !"
followed n moment later by a pro
longed aud' oniphatio "John Henry !"
A grunt from tho upper region
signifies that an impression has boon
made, and the. mother is encouraged to
add, "You'd better bo getting down here
to your break fust, young man, bjforo 1
come up thoro, an' give something you'll
feel." Tbrs so startles the young mau
that he immediately goes to sieep again.
And the operatiou has to be repeated
A father knows nothing about this
trouble. He merely opetis bis mouth
as a soda buttle ejects its cork, aud the
"John Henry I" that cleavos the air of
that stairway goes into the boy like elec
tricity, and pierces the deopest recesses
of his very nature. Aud he pops out of
the bod into his cloths, down tho stairs,
with a promptness that is commendable.
It is rarely n boy allows himself to dia
rogard tho parental summons. About
once a year is believed to be as often as
is consistent with tho ruies of health,
lie saves his rather a good many steps
by his thoughtfulnoss.
- ..??m ? - ? -?a?
The ludiea of the harem o f the Kiug
of Siain have put off the Siamose haroin
costume aud donned alhe Kuropoan hu
rem-searcin costume, consisting of chig
nons, high-heeled gaiters aud back files
Short baud writers are able to get 700
1 words on a po.?ul card.
A Valuable Invention for Ladies.
It wai Mover's turn Tor invention
tliat caused the disaster. Mover design
ed a new kind of "pateut, inflated
gossamer bustlo" for ladies. It was a
thin bag of India rubber which was to
bo inflated with gas to give it the proper
distcutiou and sufficient lightness. When
the model was comploted, Mrs. Mover
determined to try it. She went into
the yard and tied tho maehing under
her dress, while Moycr turned on the
kitchen gas to All the hag. It workod
well enough for a few momenta, wheu
all at once Mrs. Moycr began to nscend
with frightful rapidity. Sho had barely
lime to screim down to Moyer to put
the children' to bed early, and to tell
Mary Jane to set bread, aud tho next
inslaut she was two miles above the
suow line. It waB embarrassing for
Mrs. Moycr?very embarrassing, as
she could not reach round to the bustle
to luru oil the gus iu order to come
down. So she floated about up there
auioug thunderstorms and clouds and
crows aud aurora borealiscs for several
hours enjoying tho sceucry and studying
the air currents, and wishing sh: had
brought her muflf aud a book to read.
Then she oommeucod to descend gradu
ally until sho came ^jthiii a couple o!
hundred feet of tho earth. She then
screamed some as she floated along, nud
several enthusiastic students of uatural
history tried to biiug her dowu with
shot-guns, under tho impression she was
some new variety of ostrich or flamingo.
Put a sudden gust of wind struck Mrs.
Moyer, and blew her against the Pros
byterian church with such force that
ihe "inflated gossamer bustle" exploded
violently, impressing tho sextou with
tho conviuliou that the Saetcd edifice
hail been struok by lightning. Buiw1l%p
he came* out aud saw Mrs. Moyer
caught by her pannier ou the weather
cock, with . her parasol pointing east or
west, as tho wind happened to shift, he
comprrhended tho situation It cost sis
lino Ircd dollars to build a scaffolding to
get Mrs. Mover U.wn, and eveu thou
Mr;,or did not introduce his bustle into
j the market. He will sell out his patent
rights cheap. Mrs. Moycr wants him
A writor in Chamber's Journal, ou
'Short Speeches and Court Correspon
dence," gives a b?dget of anecdotes some
of which are fresh, aud others, well?
otherwise. Here are the best of them :
"An A meiican judge once intervened
iu au odd way to prevent a waste of
wonls. He was sitting in chambers aud
seeing, IVoui the piles of papers in the
lawyers' hands, that tho first case was
likely to be hurdly contested, he asked,
?What is the amount iu qucsliou V "Two
dollars,' said the plaintiff * counsel. 'I'll
pay it,' said the judges, handing over the
monoy ; 'call tho uoxt case.' Ha had
not the patience of taciturn Sir William
Grunt, who, alter listeuing for a couple
of day.- to the arguments of couusel as to
tho construction of an act, quietly
abserved, when they had done, "The
act is repculed." Cue morning a womau
was bhowu into Dr. Abernethy's room;
beforo he could speak, sho bared her
arm, saying "Bum," "A poultice," said
the doctor. Next day she appeared,
showed her arm end said, "Better."
"Continuo the poultice." Some days
elapsed before Abernethy saw her again;
then she said, "Well, your fee?*' "Noth
ing," quoth the great medico ; "you uro
tho most sensible woman I ever saw 1"
Lord Aberdeen, tho Premier of the
Coalition Ministry, was remarkable for
tho little iuse he made of his tongue.
When, by way of reconciling him to
accompanying her on a sea trip, the
Queen smilingly observed : "I believe,
my lord, yon are not often seasick 7"
"Always, madam," was tho brief but
significant reply. ''But," said she, "uot
very scasbk 7" "Very, madam," said
tho uncompromising minister. An in
quisitive French bishop once eaught a
Tartar in the Duke de Koquelaire. The
lattor passing in haste through Lyons,
was hailed by the bishop with "Hi!
hi!" The duko stopped. "Where
bare you oomo from 7" inquired the
prelate. "Paris," said the duke "What
is fresh in Puris 7" "Green peas "
"But what were the people saying when
you left 7" "Vesfwre.'^Goodneae, man,'
broko out the angry questioner, Vwho
are yon? What aro you called?"
? "Ignorant people call me "Iii ? hi!
gentlemen call ino the Duke de itoq??
laire. Drive on postillion!' Talleyrand
acknowledged a pathetic letter from a
lady friend, announcing her widdwhood,
with a note of two woribi: "Helas,
madam !" And, wiien the easily eon
soled damo wrote not very, long after
ward soliciting his influence in behalf of
an officer "ho wus about to marry, ke
merely replied : "Ho! bolmadamel'
How to Get Along.
Do uot stop to tell stories in business
If you have a place of business be
fouud there when wanted.
No man can get rich by sittibgaround
stores add saldoufl.
Never fool iu business matters.
Have order, system, regularity, liber
ality, and promptness.
Do not meddle with business yon
kuow nothing of.
Never buy ao article you do not need
simply because it is cheap, and the man
sells it will take it out in trade.
Trade in money.
Strive to avoid hard words and pet*
Do not kick every stone in the path.
More miles can be made in a day by
g dog steadily onward.
Pay as you go.
A man of honor ?especta his word and
Aid but never beg.
Help others when you can, but never'
give what you cantiot afford simply be
cause it is fashionable.
Lcaru to say no. No necessity of
snipping it out dog-fashion but, say it
firmly and respectfully*
j Have but few cju? lauts, the fugpr
j the better.
Use your own brains rath tr than tbass
Lcaru to think arid act for yourself.
Keep rather ah*ad than behind the
Parental Acres?Tho old man's -
The Indian Quoation?"White man
got any rum V
"New way to pay old debts"?Settle?
thorn iu full.
A Western Setter?The san in the*
Tho Shortest Ship in the World ?
Why is your shadow like a false
friend ! Because it follows you only in
We hear a great deal about labor
reform, but there acorns to be a greater
need of reforming soiuj of tluio fellows
who dou't labor.
Paul Girard, th* frenchman who
married Miss Worm ley, a young colored
belle of Washington, is now teaching.
French in a colored school in Washing
An Iowa Justice of the Peace refused
to fiuo a man for kissing a girl against
her will, on the groun 1 that Hannah
could have bitten him, but did not do
it. - ' '
One of Josh Billings' maxims is
?'Rise early, work hard and late, and
give nothing away, and if you dou't get
rich aud go to the devil yon may suj me
Many a truth is like a wolf which we
hold by the ear, afraid to let it escape
and hardly able to retain it; for if pro
mulgated, it might prove injurious.
"Men are what Women make them,"
is the singular title of a new book. Ii
may bo true, but we have seen eome
dreadfully poor specimens of the mann,
factored article, which foot reflects badly
either upon the material or the ma>
Ono watch set right will do to try.
many by; but, on the other hand, one
that goes wrong may be tho means of
misleading a whole neighborhood. And
the same may be amid of an example.
Not long ago, in the court of appeals,
a certain lawyer, of Celtic extraction,
while arguing with earnestness his ease, '
stated a point and then proooded?" And
if it plain the coort, if I am wrong in
this, I have anothor point that iaajualy
A section of plastering about the else
of a bed quilt fell on the heads of a groqp #
of Tennessee Senators who occupied
seats together In a Nashville theatre the
other night. The frightened legislators
thought ao investigation was atqao& <>-^