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A worthy mati of Purls town,
Come to the bishop there ;
His face, o'erclouded with dismay,"
Betrayed a fixed despair. ?
"Father." "said ho, "a sinner vile
Am I, against my will;
Each hour I humbly prny for fuitb,
But nm a doubter still.
?'Sure* were I not despised of God;
Ho would not loave intl So,
To struggle thus, in conn* ant strife,
Against the deadly too."
Tho bishop to bis sorrowing son
Thus spoke n kind relief:
"Th i Kiug of Frnucc has castles twain ;
? To each he scuds a chiof.
??There's Montolhery, lar inland,
That stands in place secure;
While La Kochelle, upon the coast,
Doth sieges oft endure.
??Now, for these castles? both prcserved
First in his prince's love
Shall Montelhery's chief be pluecd,
Or La Rochelle's above ?"
??Ob, doubtless, sire," the sinner said,
"That king will love tho most
The man whose task was hard, to keep
His castle on tho coast I"
??Son/' said the bishop, "thou art right;
Apply this reasoning well;
My ?esrt is Montolhery fort.
And thine is La Hochellc !"
Post Card Jokes;
IKC1DXKT8 op THfccilK/.r DiFJrusroN of
The new device of Pnntimtri cr fcrericr
ul Cr*swell, the postal cards, went into
circulation yesterday. As they have
been somewhat elaborately described in
the fpeoinl dispatches for the lnst several
week.:, it is not necessary to go into
particulars here, Beside:: nearly every
body has seen them, and knows h?w to
describe them himself. But fur a gener
al description it might be .said that they
arc designed lor the distribution of
intelligence among the masses at one
thiid the usual t?te. Von can write al
most anything you please on a postal
curd, sii that it isn't too hing? that is tu
say, tho atticle that is written. Hut
there are some things that u > not read
well on h postal caid. Take, for iustauce,
a large boarding house, where the laud
lidy takes care of the mall until the
boarders Call lor it. This sometimes
makes the diffusion of intelligence among
tho masses t trifle too diffuse for com
fort. The postman comes to the door
with an armful of postal tarda. The
landlady relieves him of the burdbu,
gees iu and ails down uud : ;ins to sort
them over for the vurio..?. boarders.
Presently she strikes ouc which reads
St Louis, May 17.
My dent Thi'oj.h?Come to night at
half-past 10. Side gate open. Bulldog
chained up in the basement. Light iu
the window for you.
Yours, sweetly, E. B. L.
Landlady then turns to the other side
of tho card. She reads the aupcrscrip
Mr. Thkopimm's Mufflbchkek
No. 13,1)75 Hash avenue, City.
Landlady rests her cheeks on her left
hund and muses. Landlady solns:
'Well, now, did 1 ever? Who'd
a thought that Mr. (Muff]eeheek was
that kind of u man? Came bete, too,
with the highest references from his lust
place. Pays his hourd regular every
Sat in day at tea. Bolou^s to our church,
too." [Reads nguin.] "Half past ten
?dear mo, and 1 always thought he
weut to bed rogularly at half past niuo.
Bull dog chained up iu the busemcut 1
Well, I never ! I'll keep a little watch
on Mr. Mufllechcek. I'll expose him
before tho church." Thou she draws a
long si^h, uud proceeds with unothei
St. Louis, May 17.
Sir?I have now waited foor weeks
for tho balance mi thatsuit of clothes.
I need tub money. Must huvb it on
Turns to the superscription and reads:
Mr. Jerome B. SunFi.owkr,
No. 13,975 Hash Avenue.
"Well, if ever I heard the liko in my
life! Mt. Sunflower is sUeh a nice
gentleman. And he uses such elegant
perfumery. Let me see; he owes rae for
two week's board. Tdd me this morn
ing he was expecting a check from home.
I oiu.t go to his room a,id sou how
much baggage he lias. Dear me, folks
are so uuacoouulublc." Come'i to
My Dear Spriyyins?Just deposited
four huudred to your credit iu the
Twelfth National. Draw ou mo at
bight for tue bttlaitce.
Turns to tfio superscription, reads :
J. DelaViecd SpRiaaiNs, Esq,
No. 13/J7? Hash ave., City.
"Gracious me I How much like Mr.
Spiiggins' owu hau<iwritiug that is
Singular that two persons should write
so nearly alike. Let uiti see, Mr. Spri^
ginstold m? he expee'ed some money to
JKuter Spriggiils?"Good afternoon,
Landlady?"Here \b a postal card for
Spiig?"v/b, yes." (Reads to him
self) "That's all right. By the way,
niadum, have you money enough in the
house to caSh tl filty dollar check '( It's
bunking hours and I. just received a
telegram from Kansas City, and mustgu
on the night train."
Landlady?I'll go right away and
look lu my bureau drawer. I reckon I
c?u accommodate you." (Landlady re
turns with a roll of bills.")
Sprig?Here, I'll just include that
thr'i'i weeks' bourd In the check aud
make it seventy five Balance will be
Landlady counts out fifty, which
Sprig thrusts into his vest pocket, goes
up frtuhs, geis his vuli>o and starts to
catch the train lor Kansas City. Lrud
lady will dihcovcr to im-rrow that the
similarity between Mr. Sprigging hand
writing und that mi the postal card isn't
such a singular circumstance, after nil.
It only coat Spriggins one rent to
raise the wind. Those postal cards arc
?u incalculable convenience to the to 1
1'ostmun rings at a modest looking
mansion on Locust street. Scvant
girl comes to the doer. Postal card
tor the muster of the bouse who has
<nly been married a coup!,; of yens
Servant girl delivers lUO post ii car L to
the young wile. You tig wife icids :
St. Louis, May 17.
.for? Will bo. ut the corner of
Twelfth and Pine, back, half pust nine.
' First class party of boys. Be on hand
Half past niho, sharp. Wake 'em up.
Young wife lays down the postal card
nnd elevates her eyebrows. Mr. Cress
well's cbenp method of diffusing intell
ig nee has let a flood of uew light iu
upon her mind. ?
Young wife, fnfiix,?"So thif* is the
club, is it? Riding nrouud town iu
hacks all hipht, with a party of first
class boys. Oh dear, oh dear !" Then
she weeps copiously and sighs deeply.
She will go homo to her mother the.
very next day 1 She never was so
wronged aud outraged in her whole life !
Weeps again passionately, aud seeks tho
camphor bottlo. Young husband, ull
unconscious, couios home to sunp?r.
Tableau !?St. Louis Republican.
Some Fun Over Lntlips1 (barters.
Tho Richmond (Va ) Enquirer Bays:
Some New England lady, Mrs. Daniels,
we believe?another of tho Daniels come
to judgement?has invented a newfangl
ed apparutus for keeping the ladies
sto kings up, which is to supci^cdo the
time-honored nnd knightly garter. It
may do well enough forth >se ladies who
hick sufucioot rotundity' of limb, but
Virginia women are not deficient in any
of the uoccssary ndjuncts that go to
make up the perfect mould of form,
and can kcop thoir garters on, and stock
ings up without resorting to any new
inventions. What will the Yankees ask
us to surrender next! Tho garter is an
old aud cherished institution; and,
although ' the clausic invention with the
buckle has been accepted by many city
belles, the free born und unconventional
country girls htill ttick to twine and
tspc and other strings?somo oven using
us a tie the primitive wisp of straw. We
will have none of this new fushiouod hip
attachment gearing. Wo are trde to our
aucient tics. It is a direct assault upon
our civilization?a Mow aimed at our
gartered rights--and wo will resent i t
while we have a leg to stand on. Ladies,
bo true toyrur stockings. Unfarl the
banner of the garter, and inscribe upon
it that graitl motto of the gr.ia l^v order
of knighthood ever established?"lioni
i?ti qui mal y pense"?and there is not
a man, young 01 old. in Virginia, but
will rally round the flag and shed his
last drop of blood in defence of tho gar
ter rights of women, and ery, "Down
with the Yankee bip-ocraoy."
WHAT TUB Qt) EST 8 OP FASHIONABLE
HOTELS EAT DAILY?OR A NO K COUNTY
BUTTER THAT COMES DIRECT FROM
THE CITY SLAUGHTERHOUSES? NOW
LET Til KM (10 TO WORK AND MANU
FACTURE CALVES A NO VEAL CU1. BTB
A company has bece prgnnitcd in this
city, with a capital of $500.000, for the
manufacture of butter.. It is claimed
that the butter is genuine, the moans ol
producing it being aipue artificial; in
(ither words, the discoverer affirms that
the article is.not mere!1 butyrnm but in
every' rcs'poct the complete and perfect
thing, as agreeable, nutritious, and usa-'
ble as the best Orange ituntv butter. A
gentleman of recognised ability as n
chemist is the fortun to introducer of
this new wonder. S:. /cral persons of
wealth have bought sto.jk, and in a week
or two the manufactures will be conduct
ed on a very largo scale. The tempora
ry offices of the Oico Magarine Manu
fucturing Company, sp the eorp ration is
called, are at 40 Broadway and their
manufactory in Forty fifth street. Ar
rangements have beeu Oiade for seeiuiu-j
better accommodations, in Fiftietb street
and very soon'the mattet will be fully
supplied with the n* w product. At
present the de'uuud f'r the article is s i
great that it is beyonj tue capacity of
the comp iny to supply it The profits
are ex pect? d to be oVcr ^00 per cent
FAsI??.NAU^E IfjirEL BUTTER.
A- this city-made Orange county hui
tor is used in many of the most fashiona
ble liotcl? end restaurants, both for
cooking and for the table, it may bo
interesting loth? readers of the Sun tri
b arn something of tho method iu which
it is mad.*. In the fir-t place ogents are
employed to visit the slaughter ho<iso>
and to buy Up all the beef fat n- . id
style ! sii 4. This suet is carted to the
butter factory and cleansed. Then i; i
put into ordinary nfoat-chnppora and
minced fine. It is afterward placed in n
boih-r with a- much water in bulk ?*
itself. A stenm pipe is introduced
among the particles of the suet an I they
are melted. The- refuse or membrane
goes to the bottom o' the water, the
oily substance floats and is removed.
This litter consists of butter matter und
Stearine. A temperature of 80 degrees
melts the fi rmer and leaves tho Stearine
at the bottom. The butter matt ?r, or
cream, is drawn off; then about 13 per
cent of fresh milk is added and the
necessary salt, and the wh ile is churned
for ten or fifteen minutes. The result
is Orange county butter at about oue
half the usu al e >st.
The stearino is sold at twelve cents a
pound to the Candlo maker, and the
refuse at seven cents a poun I to the
manufacturer of food for e.ittlo.
BUl'TER FOR SUMMER TO?niSTS.
j All the leading steamship lines be
I tween here and Europe are to be sup
I plied this summer with the newly inven
ted butter. In taste and appearance it
is precisely similar lb the finest county
butter, made fron the mills of live cows.
Several of the lea ling tu on iu the butter
trade havj purchased stock, as have al
so many ol the presidents of the steam
ship liues and the proprietors of the
leading city hotels. Professor C. ().
Doremua has testified to the success of
tho new method of butter maniifaeture
and prophesies great prosperity for the
new corporation. Professor Paraf, the
discoverer, ozpects that the new produot
will drive live cow butter out of the
market altogether. The few unscientific
outsiders who arc acquainted with the
facts uow first made public, regard the
whole thing with amazement. It stems
extremely odd to them that the same
I carcass which furnishes a fresh steak for
, breakfast should also supply the Orange
oounty butter which they spread upon
their accompanying hot rolls.?X. Y.
? "mm-Wi i -
A g'ul declared that if she could
choose her mode of death, she wouid
prefer being smothered?with kisses.
i A New Haven factory unk.-.s wool
out of obi muslin de laiue dresses.
Recognition of Merit in the South.
Therovraa no part of tho country in
which talent and virtue, no matter how
humble its origin, or from what locality
.of the Union, had speedier recognition
tliau iu the Southern States. Tho iltua
tr.itions of this truth are almost number
loss. The great George McDuffie, of
South Carolina was of liumblo parentage.
The father of President Andrew. Jackson,
a native of North Carolina, was a poor
mau, und Iiis mother belonged to a hard
working family of linen weavers. The
lather of John C. Calhoun left his
family in moderate circumstances, and
afu r his death his son resided with bis
widowed im.:her, laboring ou the farm.
Andrew .Johnson ol Tcnuessee, was
originally a tailor. These nre only a
lVw out ol many, instances ofthe prompt
and practical recognition of labor in the
South, without regard to origin. The
same is true, whatever may have been the
locality from which talent came. .lohn
M. Berricu, tho distinguished represen
tative iu former days of 'xeorgia in the
United Slates Senate, was a native of
New ?Jersey. Johusoit, of Virginia, a
of New York, was elected Governor
of Virgiuia over George \Y. Summers a
native Virginian. The father of tho Into
I)r Josiah Clark Nott, principal aulli ir
of the famous "Types of Mankind," by
Xc.t ?nd Gliddon, was a nitive of East
ei n Connecticut, but moved to Camden,
South Carolina, where he practiced l uv
with success, was elected to Congress,
and ended his days as a Judge ofthe
State Court of Appeals. The must
brilliant and popular orator in the
Southern States. Sargent S. Picntiss, of
Mississippi, was a native of M line, and
ittlo of the most fum ids Southern editors,
George l>. Proutiss, of Kentucky, was a
naiivo of Connecticut.?The list might
be ind. finitely extended.?The " blue
bl ivd" of the South h is never been
more potcut thin tho "yellow gold" of
the North in keeping to itself the key*
that t.i:'. ek the gates of success. It is
i great mistake to represent tint In any
section of this country, which was settled
inn inly by the poor and middle classes
? I' Ivni pc?any culun'tits of higher rank
? von i.i the South th tii a younger son
1>. ing a .<-? <? d phenomenon ?there ever
xv is any ar or hin Inno ? to tho rise "1
ability an I energy to their proper hv.el
How I lie Hoy Arises.
Culling a l#oy up in tho morning can
hardly be classed under the head of
'?pastimes," especially if the boy is (oud
of excrciso the day before. Aul it is a
little 8*IUgular that the next h:irde>t
thing to getting a boy out of bed 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 le ys. And yet the mother scorns
to go at it in the right way. SllOOpcnS
the stair do r and iiisiou itingly observes:
''Johnny!" There is no response"-?
JIio.jiiy '." Still no response. Then
there is a shirt sharp "John !"
followed a moment later by a pro
longed and emphatic ??.John Henry !"
[ A grunt from the Upper region
signifies that an impression has been
made, and the mother is encouraged to
add. "You'd better begetting down here
to your breakfast, young man, belore 1
come up there, an' give something you'll
feel." This so startles the young man
that In? immediately goes to sleep again.
And the operation has to be repeated
A lather knows nothing about this
trouble, lie merely opens bis mouth
as a soda bottle ejects its cork, and tho
"John Henry!" that cleaves the air of
that stairway goes in to the boy like elec
tricity, and pierces the deepest recesses
of his very nature. And ho pops out of
the bed into his cloths, down the stair*,
with a promptness that is commendable.
It is rarely a boy allows himself to dis
regard the parental summons. About
once a your is believed to be as often as
is consistent with tho rules of health.
He saves his father a good many steps
by his thoughtfulnoas.
The ladies of the harem o f tho King
of Sunn have put off thu Siamese harem
costume and donned atho European ha
rem-searem costume, consisting of chig
nons, bigh-hooled gaiters and back files
? ??? - ???i i
\ Short band writers are abie to get 700
wor li ou a po^tj.1 card .
A Valuable Invention for Ladies.
It was Mover's turn For invention |
that caugod the disaster. Moyor design
ed a new kind of "patent, inflated
gossamer bustle" for ladies. It was a
j thin bag of India rubber which was to
be inflated with gas to give it the proper
distcntiou and sufficient lightness. When
the model was completed, Mrs. Moycr
determined to try it. She went into
the yard aud tied the maehing under
her dress, while Mover turned on the
kite hen gas to fill the bag. It workod
well enough for u Tew momcuts. wheu
all at oneo Mrs. Moycr began to ascend
with frightful rapidity. She had barely
time to scream down to Moycr to put
the children to bed early, and to tell
Mary Jane to set bread, aud the nest
instant she was two miles above the
snow line. It was embarrassing for
Mrs. Moyer?very cmbarrasdng, as
she could not roach round to the bustle
to luru off the gas iu order to come
down. So clic floated about up there
auioug thunderstorms and clouds and
crows aud aurora borealises for several '
hours enjoying the scenery and studying J
the air rurreuts, and wishing sh j bad
brought her muff aud a Look to read.
Then she eommcuccd to descend gradu
ally until she came uythin a couple ol
hundred feet of the earth. She thou
screamed some as she floated along, and
several enthusiastic students of natural
history tried to bting her down with
shot-guns, under the impression she was
! some new variety of ostrich or fisiuiugo.
I But a sudden gust of wind struck Mrs.
J Moyer, and blow hci against the Pres
byterian church with such force that
the "inflated gossamer bustle" exploded
violently, impressing the sextou with
ihe conviction that the sacred edifice
I had been sirnrdw by lightning. But Wbeji
he cume- out aud saw Mrs Mover
caught by her pannier on the weather
ork, with her parasol pointing east or
west, as the wind happened to .shift, he
comprehended the situation It cost six
huu lr i di liars to b did d scaffolding to
j< t Mrs. Meyer d. wn, and even then
Moycr did uot introduce his bustle into
the market, lie will seli out bis patent
! rights cheap. Mrs. Moycr wants him
A writer iu Chamber's Juurual, on
'Short Speeches and Court Correspon
dence," gives a budget of anecdotes some
of which are fresh, and others, well ?
otherwise Here are the best of (hem :
"An American judge once intervened
in an odd way to prevent a waste of
words. He was sitting in chamber."! and
seeing, from the piles of papers iu the
lawyers' hands, that the first case wa*
likely to be hardly contested, he asked,
?What is the amount in questiou V ''Two
dollars,' said the plaintiff s counsel. 'I'll
pay it,' said the judge, handing over the
money ; 'call the uext case.' He had
not the patience of taciturn Sir William
Grant, who alter listening for a conplc
of days to the arguments of counsel as to
the construction of an a?t, quietly
ab.-crved, when they had done, '-The
act is repealed." One morning a woman
wa.s shewn into Pr. Abernethy's room;
before he could speak, she bared her
arm, saying ''Burn," "A poultice," said
the doctor. Next day she appeared,
showed her arm and said, "Better."
"Continuo the poultice." Some days
elapsed before A berncthy saw her again;
then she said, "Well, your fee f" "Noth
ing," quoth thp gre; ^ lhedieo ; "you are
the most sensible woui nn I ever saw 1"
Lord Aberdeen, the Premier of the
Coalition Ministry, was remarkable for
the little ttse ho made of his tongno.
When, by way of reconciling him to
accompanying her on a soa trip, the
t^utcu smilingly observed : "I believe,
my lord, you are not oftou seasick f"
"Always, madam," was tho brief but
significant reply. ''But," said she, "not
very seasick f" "Very, madam," said
tho uucomproiuisiug minister. An in
<|uiu!tive French bishop once caught a
Tartar in tho l>uko de Koquelaire. The
latter passing in hasto through Lyons,
was hailed by tho bishop with "Hi!
hi!" The dnke stopped. "Where
have you como from V inquired tho
prclato. "Paris," said the duke "What
is fresh iu Parier1 "Green peas."
"But what wcro the people saying when
you left?" uVespers.""Uoodnosa, man,'
broke, out the angry questioner, ?.'idho
aro you? What are you called?"
?Ignorant people call me "Hi! hi!
gentlemen call mo tho Duko de itoq?d
lairc. Drive on postillion.' Talleyrand
acknowledged a pathetic letter from a
lady friend, announcing her widowhood,
with a note of two word*: "Helas1,
madam!" And, when the easily con
suled dame wrote not very long after
ward soliciting his influence in bohalf of
an officer hIio was about to marry, ke
merely replied : "Ho! ho ! madame V
How to Get Along.
Do not stop to tell stories in business
If you have a place of business bo
found there when wanted.
No mad cau get rich by sitting around
stores aud saldouS.
Never fool iu business matters.
Have order, system, regularity, liber
ality, and promptness.
Do not meddle with business you
know nothing of.
Never buy an articlo you do not need
simply because it is cheap, and the man
sells it will take it out in trade.
Trade iu money.
Strive to avoid hard words and per
Do not kick every stone in the path.
More miles can be made in a day by
going Steadily onward.
Pay as you go.
A man of honor respects his word and
Aid but never beg.
Help others when you can, but never
give what ym can dot aflord simply be
oaase it i- fashionable.
Loire to say no. No necessity of
snapping it out dog-fashiou but, say it
firmly aud respectfully
Have but few o:i!i Uuts, tho ft^pr
j the better.
Use your owu brains rath tr than those
Learn to think arid act for yourself.
Keep rather alidad thau behind the
Parental Acres?The old man's
The Indian Quostion ? "White man
got any rum t"
'?New way to pay old debts"?Settle
thorn in full.
A Western Setter?The sun in the
The Shortest Ship in the Worlds
\\ hy is your shadow like a false
friend ! Because it follows you only in
We hear a great deal about labar
reform, but there seems to be a greater
need of reforming souij of th.nu fellows
who don't labor.
Paul Cirard, tho Frenchui-in who
married Miss Wonulcy, a young oolored
hello of Washington, is now teaching
French in a colored school iu Washing
Au Iowa Justice of the Peace refused
to fine a tn.iu for kissing a girl against
her will, o 1 tli* grouu 1 that Hannah
could have bitten him, but did not do
One of Josh Billings' maxims la
?'Rise early, work hard and late, and
give nothing away, and if yon don't get
rich aud go to the devil yon may siu mo
Many a truth is like a wolf which wo
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 whnt women make them,"
is tho singular title of a new book. It
may be true, but we have seen some
dreadfully poor specimen- of tho manu,
facturcd article, which fact reflectabadly
either upon the material or the ma?
One watch set right will do to try
many by; but, on the other hand, one
that ?roes wrong may be the meads of
misleading a whole neighborhood. And
the same may be said of an example.
Not long ago, in tho court of appeals,
a certain lawyer, of Celtic extraction,
while arguing with earnestness his ease,
stated a point and thonprocoded?"And
if it plase the coort, if I am wrong in
this, I have another point that isa jiuly
A section of plastering about the als*
of a bed quilt fell on tho heads of a group V
of Tennessee Senators who occupied
beats together In a Nashville theatre the
other night. The frightened legislators
thought me inrestlgatioa was at hand,