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BT C O. OODPRXT. I
Jalia Hsyden was undeniably a enquette.
and could count her conquests by tne
score. Beautiful, and a prospective heir
ess, it iraa no wonder that lovers without
nd should seek to win her hand, if not her
heart. Often after she refused, and when
she at last accepted Dan Jackson, surprise
would be but faintly expressing tne avac
nf her frienda' feel in es.
Mr Jackson was not weaitny, no par
ticularly brilliant, and only passaoi;
innkin and a a-reat manv did not believe
it wiuiid end in an orange wreath and a
clergyman that Julia would fling him
nwr ax thAlaat moment until the cere
mony was actually pertormea, ana juiia
Hayden became Mrs. Dan Jackson.
To be sure the brWo did not look like a
young lady very violently in love, but then
wny nan sne marrieu u an v w
nuaina It vraa more than a nine days'
wonder, but no reasonable solution of the
mystery could be arrived at. and Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson were apparently as happy as
the majority of those who embark upon
the oftlmes treacherous sea of matrimony.
- Ho four years rolled away, and then Mr.
Jackson calmly made his departure from
this vale of fraudulent Insurance compa
nies, and respectable, but want-to pec a-
late-with-other-peopie s-money nana, urcai
lonta in thai hourne where, let us hope.
evil-minded preachers gocth not. His
beautiful young widow wore mourning the
proper period, and then again entered so-
regardless of Mr. "Wellert very sage
advice, lovers were more numerous than
ever; but to all Julia returned the sani
anawor- "She would never marry again.
And, as three years went by, and she was
still a widow. It looked as if she meant to
keep her resolve. This stanea people to
wondering again. (Did you ever notice
how prone the majority of people are to
wniutnr" ax other neoDle's aflairsf) Could
Mrs. Jackson really have loved her bus
band after all? It had every appearance
of being so, surely. "That's my opinion
of the matter." said Jones Nelson to his
friend Henry .Clifford. They were seated
oa the veranda of Mrs. Alden's handsome
residence, cooling themselves after the
last waits. Now, Henry Clifford had left
his native place some eight years before,
and had just returned, and was being re
galed by his friend with the latest gossip.
"I have no doubt but what she did,"
Clifford answered, with a scarcely per
rvntfhl' tin ire of bitterness in his voice. '
"By the way, Henry, did you know that
I bad a suspicion that you were badly
gone in that quarter just before your de
parture for Eui ope T"
I How absurd ! Mv dear boy. I will
never marry or fall in love, but if I do, it
will be with a woman possessing a heart,
not a cold coquette like Julia Hayden, or,
rather Airs. J acKson."
"It would be useless to try in thai quar
ter: she has determined to remain a wid
ow n Nelson continued.
"Perhaps she does," was the rather
skeptical answer; "but let a wealthy
enough man come along, and then see"
Bhortlv after, when the beautiful widow
area nttorlnw annul common 'eXDreSSiOn Ot
welcome at his return. Henry Clifford felt
that his eight years of absence bad not
entirely stifled the old love that had once
burnt so fiercely for this woman- And
shet It was impossible to tell what her
thoughts were from her countenance; that
was as Impaasauic anu unrcauauio
mask. ' J
- -They met often in society, and Clifford
began to realise that he was more madly
in love than ever. It is but justice him to
say he endeavored to crush this growing
J 1 . A 3. t,nl it wn rinr'f-nn
mauBcaw, aa bo wninu uu " i
And at last it came out. It happened in
this wraw. .
i Henry and the widow formed part of a
picnic party, and somehow they had wan
bered off from the crowd until they found
themselves in a beautiful dell. Seating
themselves beneath the shade of an oak
tree, they spoke on commonplace tppics
"CertAinlT. she answered coolly.
After a moment's pause, Henry began
"Some eight years since a young man
did what thousands of young men ara do
ing every day he fell in love, ana lor
time fondly imagined that his love was re
turned. Both Darties were wealthy, both
moved in the highest circles, and the pros
pects of a happy marriage were favorable,
nut the voung lady was coquettish and the
young man jealously inclined, and the con
sequence was tney nau worus anu vac giri
broke the engagement, saying she was glad
of it, as she had never loved her betrothed.
lie left his native town, ana sue marriea.
- "After eight years of wandering he re
turns with the old love intensined and
finds her a widow. And now, Julia," his
voice vibrating with his passionate love,
"he again tells this woman of his love, and
asks her to be his wife."
. Very pale was the widow's countenance,
but very cold and steady her voice as she
."I am surnnscd at Mr. Clifford's offer
ing his heart and hand to a cold coquette,'
a woman without -a heart, and although
he may possess- a fkir share' of this world's
goods he is not rich enough, and she
inererore oegs to ceciine tne oner oi nis
nam! ana heart."
"Julia., for God's sake do not allow
few hasty words spoken on the impulse of
the moment to wrecK my inea nappinessi
I love vou. and have lovea you lor years.
Can you not return that love? I know I
was not wholly indifferent to you in those
old days. Will you not at least bid me
hope?4 The man's voice was trembling
with, the agony of suppressed passion, and
his eves were bent entrcatinxly upen the
fair face before him. ; -
, "I am sorry, Mr. Clifford, but my
swer must still be the same."
Not another word was said, and in si
fence the two rejoined the party. That
FW. privacy oi ner own roomful
I uaJackaon, wttn ciaspea
heart racked with agony, was crying: "My
love, my love! Why did I allow my pride
to again destroy the happiness or my lite
Henry. Henry. I love you, I love you!'
Ay, cry aloud in your agony ; by your own
hands you deliberately did this this thing,
ana pernaps ruinea two lives.
' The next day Henry Clifford again left
his native place and was heard of in Rome.
Mra. Jafikaon received - tha intelligence
with seeming indifference. She had her
feelings under thorough control now, and
if she suffered she made no sign, and the
world knew nothing of the struggle, the
Utter struggle, love ana pride were wag.
ing beneath that beautirui, naugnty ex
- Then came the panic of 73. Houses
mat had been In existence for years were
forced to succumb to the shock. - Men who
had counted their wealth by the thousands
of dollars suddenly found themselves with
out means sufficient lor even tne actual
necessities of life.
-"Terrible times. Mrs- Jackson," said Mr.
Stobhar, one of those men who cannot lose
their money, apparently. "Terrible times
It is lucky that your money is so securely
invested. Clarke & Oliver have gone up
for about two hundred and twenty-five
thousand dollars: Howard for about the
sane, but the saddest case in my mind is
poor Henry Clifford. Howard did Clifford
some service once, and before Clifford left
Ibx Rome he discovered that Howard was
tnVUgbt place, and insisted upon advanc
ing him a largo amount. In fact, How
ard's fail arc has swept away every vestige
Ik! eoeldreuoea Marie,
Wheal sea aset
Bb looks ricfct amlttadrl
Bae akaope aad klaese tbeel -
of Clifford's money. And to make matters
worse, Clifford is reported to be very ill
with fever in Home."
By not even a tremor did Julia Jack
son show what a shock she had received,
but when her visitor had gone and she
was safe in the privacy of' her own room
the mask was thrown aside, and in the
agony of her now thoroughly aroused
love, she sank on her Knees ana criea : u
God. spare him. soare him ! Do what thou
wilst with me, but spare my love, my dar
All night that niteous cry was repeated.
all night Julia Jackson suffered, O, how
much. When morning came her mind
was made no. Pride bad been strong but
love had at last conquered. She would go
to Rome and nurse him back to health
and haDDmesa. Let the world say what
they would, she would dare anything for
the man she loved. -
Henry Clifford was really UL and the
nhvsician's face looked grave. "His con
stitution is splendid, but there is some
thing on his mind that is working against
his chances of recovering." And so he
told Julia when she arrived, "There is
but one hope," he added. "Careful nurs
ing may bring him through." Never did
.aiVherfi'born in itsfim
sickness with more anxiety than did Julia
Jackson. He had been out of his head for
some tame before her arrival and it was
piteous te hear him call upon her name.
Untiringly she watched and tended him.
and at last the doctor uttered the joyous
words that the crisis had passed and that
he would live. A great prayer of thanks
giving went up from Julia, and hers was
the first face he saw when once again his
mind was free.
"Not a word, darling " she said, and like
a tired child he closed his eyes and sank
into the first refreshing sleep ne naa en-
Invnd for manv days. He awoke much
rf J rf j - . . . I
stronger, ana louna juua still Dy.nis siue. i
"When you are stronger 1 will explain I
everything" she said, kissing him. And I
when he bad fully regained his strengtn
she tow mm all. I
"My pride was too strong, but when I
nearu uia jrou uau io c.c.j uiiug uj i
Howard's failure and that you were sick
in a foreicn land, then mv love would not
be repressed, and I came to you and will
never leave you again that is, if you will
have me." with a smile and ablush.
They were married, and then Henry
"My darling, I know you love me for
myself alone, and will always bless Mr.
Strobhar. It is true I offered to advance
Howard a large amount, but he positively
refused to accept it; anu, my acar, a am
very much afraid you have gone and mar
riea a man who might be styled rich, as I
did not lose a cent by the crash." New
CoarteOBMi Railway OglriaJn.
The urbanity of conductors and other
employees on the railroads contributes ma
terially to the pleasure of travel in the
West and Northwest. Every one is im
pressed with tbcirobliging disposition and
civility as contrasted with the impatience
and often rudeness or the average railway
mployee in some older Mates, in jour
neying ten thousand miles over tne roaos
in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
and the vast country west of the Missouri
River, I have everywhere found conduct
ors, ticket agents, baggage-men, and brakes
men ready and willing to answer inquiries.
and to contribute every way in their power
to the comfort and pleasure of travellers.
It is a common thing for the conductors
on the long stretch of the Union Pacific
rtaiiroaa to voluntarily seat tnemscivcs
near you and point out the various objects
or interest as the train speeds through Ne-
Drasaa, rryoimng, anu two. mis is b
new and pleasant experience to one whose
railroad travel may perhaps have been con
fined to the Eastern States. Perhaps one
explanation of this civility and courtesy
lies in the tact that the railway trains in
the newer States are lees crowded, and the
employees have therefore more time to be
accommodating. But there is always time
to be civil, abd it is- apparent that the
Western roads make point of securingem
ployees who will be polite to the public.
The Eastern would do well to pattern after
the Western railroads in another matter
that is, in rewarding and promoting faith
ful servants without regard to outside in
fluences, some oi these roaos irequenuy
undergo change in the general manage
ment and control, but the rank and file of
the employees are retained in their places
to ba promoted as zeal and fidelity entitle
them to it. - Not long ago three engineers
on the Peninsula branch of the Chicago
and Northwestern Road, who had been
faithful as engineers, were surprisad at
simultaneously receiving their commis
sions as conductors of passenger trains.
There is good management in acts of this
kind. Western Editorial Correspondence
or American Agriculturist lor Apni. :
The shrewdness and business capacity
that has made the Yankee the first of I
traders and promise to turn this country
iato the workshop of the world, received
a striking ana happy illustration the oth
er day. The scene was hereabouts, the
characters a rising young merchant and a
pretty woman. He had an affection for
her, she a liking for him, so they became !
betrotbed. Alter a time she round out
that sbc didnt love - him well enough to
marry ntm. ana the mate, was broken on.
it was. severe mow. ana ne stsggcrea
under it; but he fought well for him
self, protested that his life was ruined.
asked ir she could not -learn to love
him, and in all ways did the proper thing,
She was immovable, however, and he sad
ly and reluctantly took his leave. While
his eyes were full of gathering tears be
bade his faltering farewells, then closed
the door upon his hopes. A moment later
he opened it, stepped back into the room,
and, with- tears in his voice, brokenly
murmured. "I hope this will make no
difference about your coming to the store.
Miss ; and that yoar mother will con
tinue to trade with us. 1 shall be happy
to give tne usual discount, uur stock is
large and varied, our aim to please." And
the door shut finally, leaving him alone
with his grief. lorick in rortland ITCss.
The Sew Ortl.eate.
The sub-treasury received yesterday from
Washington $340,000 of the new United
States $10 certificates, and up to the close
of business $18,330 of them were taken by
tne public in general appearance they
are similar 10 punk or legal tender notes.
but are a little shorter aud wider, in one
corner of the face side is a vignette of Ben
jamin Franklin, and in the others the fig
ures and word "ten." They bear date yes
terday, and certify that the sum of $10 has
been deposited with the Treasurer of. the
United Slates, under the act of February
26, 1879. The signatures of the treasurer
and register and tho treasury seal are at
tached. Below is inscribed the following
"Convertible, with accrued interest at four
per cent per annum, into four per cent,
bonds of the United States, issued under
acta of July 14, 1870, and January 20, 1871,
upon presentation at the office of the treaa.
urer, Washington, D. C, in sums of $50 or
multiples thereof." On the back is $10
in large figures, ana the following: "inter
est on this note will accrue as follows
For each nine days, or one-tenth of a quar
ter, one cent; for each quarter year, ten
cents; for each entire year, forty cents."
L-Ctew iork limes April 4. .
Onualaxs; the CeUaeana. .
The stagnant water which has been suf
fered for years to accumulate and breed
fevers and frogs in the Coliseum at Rome
has been drained off at last. An ancient
sewer, extending from the metasndan to
the Tiber, was discovered, and was con.
nected with a drain from the Coliseum.
The water was admitted into this ancient
sewer on the 3d of March, and the flood
which filled the basement story of the am
phitheater of Flavins was gradually drawn
off- In cleansing the sewer there were
found a quantity of ancient lamps with
gladiatorial ornamentation, human skulls
ana bones or animals. -Much or the old
Roman road in the Foro Romano is now
exposed to view, and tho ruins of the shops
oi tne goia ana silversmiths ore visible.
The green hackers over in Michigan are
reported as blubbering over the fact that
they tried a little matrimonial alliance
with the democracy. These runaway
matches are generally unfortunate. La
Tbe mental contortions exhibited by the
average collegian when placed in the ex-
amlnttion room piuory oi tne pitiless pro
fessor serve quite as well as his hysical
exploits voluntarily undertaken on the ap
paratus or the gymnasium to snow tne ex-1
treme hostility with which he regards the I
admission of such a word as "fall" into the I
bright lexicon of youth. At Wesley an, a
few days ago, "the last man up" waited in
silence lor several minutes until ne hears
the welcome sound of the bell which pro
claimed the end ol the recitation hour,
and then said briskly. "I know that point,
doctor, perfectly well, and could recite it
u loniv naa time." with this may be
contrasted the current story of the Fresh
man engagea in aemonstrating a problem
in geometry, who, being somewhat deaf,
failed to understand his instructor's re
mark. "You do not seem to .have studied
this subject very carefull," and Indignant
ly replied. "That is what I am trying to
prove, sir i" a proiessor in rnetonc Dar
ing asked "What figure do we find in
'.Brooding darkness spreads her Jealous
rings' T" adds, to the hesitating student,
'Well, what is it like r and received the
triumphant reply, "Like a hen." A pro
it-clno'eWutaln; ft. manufac.
tureof sugar, says: "After this process
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has been gone through with there is
large Quantity of water iu the preparation.
How shall we get the water out 7" to
I this the intelligent undergraduate replies.
"Pump it out." Other examples of ap
proximate wisdom may best be presented
I . t i " . : i
in we lunn m siuiuie quewvu uu ana
"How did Virginia receive its name?"
"It was named" alter its verdure r
"Why is England sometimes called Al
"Because it is inhabited by Albinoea."
Who were the founders of the three
UV W 1 1 VJ uiu iwuuuvis V,
schools of nolitical economy V
. hi nnt know th fnnnW of th first.
dam Smith was the founder of the acc-
wd the third was fonnded by another
French writer I don't know his name."
-What attributes place man at the head
ol the animal kingdom T
Reason, speech and mental aberra
What does Coudiliac say almut brutes
in tne scale or being r
ne says a Druve s an impencct ninu
"And what is man T'
"Man is a perfect brute."
"Name the humors of tljo eye."
"Vitreous humor and gastric juice."
"To what sort of a family did Shakes-
pear belong y
"1 think there were six or cignt in tne
"Give a familiar example of - Hogarth's
line of grace. Can't vou think of it ? It is
a curved article which you see every
.A a pretzel."
"Is there any instance in the bible cor
responding to Herod ins trembling before
John the Baptist r
" Yes. sir : Mary Uueen of Scots treni o-
ling before Whitefield."
"What is the denvatiou of Ideologic
"From teieot, to sec, and logos, discourse
or to see the point." .
"What is the derivation or -capillary,?"
"From the Latin caput, to take, because
the tube takes water."
Will you translate into German, 'He
ran around the corner T'
"Rr Uff m dr der"
"E itt weipiiek."
"Oh, yes! Er lief um die MiplirX.n
"When is there a luner cclilwcT"
"When the sun comes between us and
the moon P
How many apparent motions did you
say planets have?"
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"Three lorward, backward anu station
arT:.J . -..
- w nat is the lorm oi tne eann r
"About three-fourths water and
"Is that its form?"
"Ob ! It is about 23,000 miles around and
8,000 in diameter."
"i)o strong minds believe in luck?"
"Well I don't myself."
"Prom what do the Semitic languages
derive their name r
"Prom Shem, sir."
"FromShem! Who was Shem P
"Why. sir. he was one of those mentioned
In the the one of the sons of Jacob,
"What are some of the sources of our
information in regard to international
"Treatisee on the subject, such as the
- ... rf
treaty of Westphalia.'
Will you name some important events
in tne me oi Horace 7"
"He was born in the year '65."
"Who was Apollo V
"Sister of Mercury. I think, sir."
"Who can tell the Italian name which
has been given to this mineral V
"1 can, sir. fuddmg-stone."
"Where do crystals come from t"
"They were brought from Greenland.
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"Can any one explain the appearance of
globular lightning?" ......
-i guess tne observer must nave naa tne
"What are loadstones ?"
"Iodine of iron."
"What is-thiar' (pointing to the
"An artesian well." - -
"What is catalysis, of which I
yesterday r .
"It is a term invented by chemists
conceal their ignorance."
rv nat is the auiomic wcignt or ba
"Wouldn't you take off little from
"Well, I don't know but what I would
take off. a hundred or so."
"If a rope were hanging in the air, it
would be drawn out straight by gravita
lion, wouldn't it T
"But if the rope were a snake, what
would it do?"
"In Gothe's 'Der Fischer wat is meant
by einfeurhta WeibT"
A moist woman. .
You rightly translate apertit by "sun-
ay." but what is its derivation ?"
"From oner, a boar, because lie basks in
"What is the meaning of bibatf"
"It a denotes anything being capable
of a or being drunk." -
"What is the derivation of tutorr'
"From hi dor. to spy out."
"When did the PalKozoic time end 7"
"I don't recollect the exact year.
"Why are these rocks called . corn if cr-
"Because are thev are corn-bearing V
"What is an eclipse P
"A circle squeezed out of shape."
How do you know that you know any-
"I don't know."
"What does Kant say ?"
. "What is the universal negative P!
Well, well, what is incomprehensible P
to a student r (to a student in French,
whe baa been brought up against the
word i nfomprrhent ible.)
"The rest of the sentence, sir."
"What does nihil come from P
"It doesn't come at all."
- "Doesn't it come from nihil f"
-No sir. Ex niAilo. nihil fit."
"Will you discourse upon Article 557 P'
".excuse me, professor, but I cannot
play without notes."
r ton were absent from the last recita
tion, were you not "
"1 ea, sir; I didn't hear the bell until it
was too late to come down."
"lrfft tke lit Dry Pint,"
Here is a capital lesson that may well
be impressed upon the memory of both
young and old: Mr. Spurgeon, in walking
a little way out or ixuidon to preach,
chanced to get his pantaloons quite muddy.
A good deacon met him at the door and
desired to get a brush and take off some
of the mud. "Oh, no," said Mr, S "don't
you see it is wet, and if you try to brush it
now you will rub the stain into the cloth t
Let ft dry, when it will come off easy
enough and leave no mark." So, when
men speak evil of us falsely throw mud
at ns don't be In a hurry about brushing
it off. Too great eagernos to rub it off is
apt to rub in. Let it dry: bv and bv. if
need be, a little effort will remove it.
Don't foster scandal about yourself or
others, or trouble in a society, or in a
church, by haste to do something. Let it
alone: let itary; it win do more easily
eradicated than yon think in the first bent
or excitement, rime nas a wonuenui
power in such matters- Very many things I
in this world will be easily got over by I
judiciously "letting them dry." fAmer-1
The Chlaeae tn Havaasv
Havana has a very large Chinese popu
lation. Csolies were imported until with
in a few years in great numbers, and sold
under a contract of eight years of service.
When this period expired the coolies na
turally gravitated toward the cities, and a
nucleus once loimea, soon spread, until
whole sections are now peopled almost
exclusively with these Mongolians. - A
few of them have accumulated some
wealth, nearly all are industrious, but
with the great mass tt is a serious question
as to the provision lor even the meagre
food which satisfies their idea of living.
Their young men are fond of imitating
the ways, dress, and diversions of the
There is something ex-
liigljr funny, not to say grotesquely
pathetic, in the sight of a Chinaman peer
luthMip In 1 1, f s
ing out rroin the highest "ficcadillies,"
aud adorned with a stylish silk hat, a cane.
and lavender kids. These young fellows
acquire all the vices, if not all the virtues
of this cosmopolitan city.
The Chinese too nave tneir theatre, ihe
approach thereto is through dark and
narrow streets meagrely lighted by a sick
ly light here and there from saloons and
eiog nouses wnosc Bigns are m ur cuuu
: ; .! I
characters. A little hole in
stone . wall, barely as large as
a stove-pipe, denote the ticket
office. Our guide, intrusted with ample
funds, thrusts his hand into the mysteries
beyond, giving vent l a torrent ot vocal.
isms unmistakably heathenish A demand
lor best places creates an evident excite
ment in the breasts or the dispensers ol
tickets. It is clear that the boxes are in
very little use at this establishment. Thus
we nnd ourselves, a. moment later, look
ing down in solitary grandeur upon a
mass of mixed humanity which is too
much absorbed in the scene upon the
state to pay much attention to our entry.
The room, quite large, is dimly lighted by
candles set against the supMrting posts.
and arranged with an ingenious disregard
of stage effects. A number of musicians
keep up a desultory din witu noma.
drums and cymbals, its volume of intensi
ty rising and falling with the action ot the
play. The drama itself culminates in fre
quent well-simulated acts ot domestic vio
lence, giving the nnely rornieu athletic
actors an opportunity to display surpris
ing agility. All female parts are assumed
by men. It is understood that the most
lucrative department of this home of his
trionic art is to be found below the stage,
where those initiated and well known to
the proprietors may indulge in the Chi
nese passion for gaming. Harper's Mag
f-.a HI'S) Sfuteal Inventions.
The history of music plainly shows that
the elements of the musical art were in a
manner systematized from the very earliest
ages of mankind. The Chinese have re
cords of one of their emperors who fixed
the twelve degrees or the chromatic scale
at the wake4tad-call-mc-early period of
9468 11. C. The potentate in question was
named r ou ill the First, lie invented
several instruments, improvements upon
which have made the fortune of many an
unscrupulous invader of Chinese patents
in thexe our times. Among his instru
ments were, of course, the bones, which,
when rattled by Fou Hi the First, gave
forth celestial harmony. His bones were
a peculiarly prime order of article, better
than those in use in these degenerate
days. The lowness of the standard of
national tastes in America to-day was never
more distinctly shown than in tne utter
indifference of the average auditor as to
what a minstrel's bones are made of, so
that they rattle as lustily as any sucking
dove will roar. Fou Hi, with that nicety
oi taste lnvanaoty ooservaoiy in tne iuuri
cation of choice articles by 'the Oriental
peoples, always insisted upon having nis
bones made of tho right shank of infants
or good ancestry, specially massacred in
the neatest way. for the purpose of manu
facture. 1 ne bones were the first instru
ment Fou Hi invented, but his genius
soon took a wider flight, and he dropped
them for another, namely, the lyre, in
drawing the long bow upou which he was
I ii .i i I.:- rxi
excelled even by
his biographers. Har-
per s Magazine.
Hew vaurraa Saw a Villain.
Curran once met bis match in a pert,
jolly, keen eyed son of the sod, who acted
as hostler at a stable, and wno was up as
a witness in a case of a dispute in the
matter of a horse trade. Curran much de
sired to break down the credibility of this
wS.mmm an.l .1.'... ... .1. 1 ft,. mat i n
I niiiKa. wiu .uuut in w ii.. i . ui n ii ii
th. m. ,n,v,t i,nirw t.
him up in a netwotk of adroitly franieS
aue8u6M; but all to no avail. The
. . A .
nosiier was a companion vu oaui
Wellcr. His good common sense and
his equanimity and great good nature
were not to be overturned. By and by
Curran, in towering wrath, belched forth.
as not another counsel would have dared
to do in the presence of the court:
"Sirrah, you arc incorrigible! ine
truth is not to be got from yeu, for it is
not in you, I see the villain in your face!"
"I faith, yer honor," said tne witness,
with the utmost simplicity of truth and
honesty, "my face must be moity clanc
and shinin' indade, if it can reflect like
For once jn hia life the gleat barrister
as floored by a simple witness. He
- " .1
could not recover from that repartee, and
the case went against him.
A marriage was. brought about under
difficulties by two inmates of the Colum
bus asylum of the blind. They stole out
slyly, foun.i Uieir way to a clergyman, and
were united. The bride returned for her
clothing and was imprisoned in a second-
story room : but she made a rope out of
sheets, slid down to the ground, and re
joined her husband. One of a pair of
lovers in St. Cloud, Minn- could not un
derstand German, and the other could not
understand English, yet they managed to
come to an understanding on the question
of matrimony. : The difficulty in the case
ot a iroy burglar was his incarceration in
iail : but the v-irl induced a minister til m
rf . . p : 1 1 ry-
with ber to the prison and perform the
. J '
mnuinv Tl.n li.nl ul ,.. - a u riitliimvl
lor two years, l he parents or a Ban ran-
Cisco girl were willing, and thcoonosition
j. - - , -
AO m ii rM,m 1 1. n r.. nf . I n .1...... ...an
iu.'.v ..u... iuiu 1 y uw jouug iuiNi
win. was iockcu in nis room Dy nis iatner.
So the girl drove to the house at night,
and helped him to escape, thus reversing
tbe usual conditions of an elopement.
tsianalatlaK A Corpse.
An astounding case of imposition has
taken place at Altrincham. England. A
poorly-clad woman went to the .house of
Miss Fairbank, at Bowdon, represented
thai she was in an abject state of .poverty
and destitution, and that her husband was
lying dead in the house. Miss Fairbank
informed the applicant she was not In
the habit of giving assistance without vis
iting the houses of those seeking it. The
woman asked her to be good enough to
do this, and she subsequently did so. She
found every appearance of squalor and
destitution, and to verify the truth of the
woman's statement, she went up stairs to
see the corpse, which was scarcily cover
ed with rags. On going dowu stairs, she
gave the woman some money and went
away, leaving, leaving the umbrella in-thc
nonse. one aiterwaros returned lor the
umbrella, when she was horrified and dis-
fusted to find the "corpse" aud his wife
ancing about the kitchen, apparently de
lighted with the success of their unnat
Idtst Cry for Hibu Mynapathy.
" "Oh. I am going to die. Won't you all
forgive me? The grave will be so lone
some." said Maggie Silvers, of Zanesvillc.
when her friends found her in the agonies
or seii-innicteu deatn at midnight, she
was eighteen years old, and had some
trouble, no one knew what. At 2 o'clock
she died. The world must have looked
very dark to tho young girl when it drove
her to the grave, which she dreaded lie
cause it was so, "so lonesome."' (.Indian
WorhUBtnaemw welllaca im : EaUm-
One morning in the-Year 1861 the in
habitants Edinburgh were startled by the
intimation of an occurrence wnicn icit
sorrowful memories, redeemed only by
the influence which it had in helping on
a great social reform'. During the night a
huge pile of old buildings had given way
ana fallen, burying many of the dwellers
amidst the ruins, a ii-ompt exertions were
made to remove the debris and save as
many of the unfortunate sufferers as might
be possible. A large space had been al
most cleared, the workmen bad mounted
the ladder to complete some portion of
tneir dangerous and disagreeable task,
when they heard a voice cry: "Heave
awa', chaps; I'm no dead yet!" Over an
archway in the high street is carved the
figure or the little hero, and this motto
marks the spot. The event aroused much
sympathy, and called attention at once
to the defective condition of work
men's dwellings iu Edinburgh.
A movement was at once .started to pro
vide better house accommodations. Pub
lic meetings were held at which men of
influence, who intelligently sympathized
with the scheme, gave addresses; appeals
were mode and information was diffused
through the press. Gradually a capital of
20,000 was accumulated, land-was pur
chased, and building commenced. Jn
fifteen years good dwellings nave been
provided for well-nigh 10,000 individuals.
One feature in these modern dwellings for
the people is especially notable they are
self-contained, each family having a sepa
rate entrance. The houses are chicny
the property of the occupants, and have
. - - r . - . .nH
IUU UnllKnV Ul IUO IWUUSUIB. HIU lta,C I
j r - rf
ot payiug a moderate rental. I
still a large necessity ror more
accommodation, but the good work is pro
gressing, and there is hope that the entire
laboring population of Edinburgh will be
the good I work is pro-
is hope that the entire
..i- uli:i k ;n k 1
better lodged than that or any outer mod.
crn city. llaipcr's Magazine.
retted Then Knalaved).
"Handsome as a Caucasian girl" is the
highest tribute which a Turk can pay to
female loveliness. ueautitul features,
lovely eyes, and a matchless complexion
arc the inheritance of a race wtth which
the principal nations now inhabiting
Europe arc supposed to have a common
origin, in every Caucasian home, wheth
er rich or poor, the daughters are the - real
mistresses of the house, idolized by the
parents, and kept from every toil which
might impair their personal charms.
They live a happy life under the maternal
roof; but all this indulgence ceases as
soon as they marry. Hard work in the
neia and nouseuoid drudgery is tne lot oi
the Caucasian matron, and soon takes
away the bloom of her youth so much
mat generally alter one year oi mameu
life she appears a mere wreck of her for
mer sell. The wire ot tne Caucasian
mountaineer has to do everything till
the soil, carry water and fuel, tend the
horses and cattle, grind the corn, and pre
pare the food, besides having to weave
cloth and linen necessar for the members
of her family, and make their garments
and shoes. -
Medical Efleetp of Oalena
A mother writes: "Twice a week in
variably and it was generally when we
had cold meat minced I gave the chil
drcn a dinner which was hailed with de
light and looked forward to: this was a
d&h of boiled onions. The little things
knew not that they were taking the best
of medicine for expelling what most chil
dren suffer from worms. Mine were
kept free by this remedy alone. Not only
boiled onions for dinner, but chives also
they were encouraged to eat with there
bread and butter, and for this purpose
they had tufts of chives in their gardens.
It was a medical man who taught me to
eat boiled onions as a specific for a cold in
the chest. He did not know at the time.
till I told him, that they were good for
anything else." A case is now under our
own observation, in which a rheumatic
patient, an extreme sufferer, finds great re
lief from eating onions frcelv, either cook
ed or raw. He asserts that it is by no
means a fancy, and he says so after hav
ing nerBistentiv tried Turkish baths.
galvanism, and nearly all the potions of
piasters that are advertised as certain
alleviabves or cures.
The lTonpiTOBie hmtrt CreedU
We believe in small farms and thorough
I Tl.-t iK. ,
That the soil loves to eat as well as the
owner, ana ought, tnereiore, to oe wen
In crops which leave tho land better
than they found it, making both the farm
'and farmer rich at once;
That every farm should own a good
That the best fertilizer ol any sou is a
spirit of industry, . enterprise and intell
igence without these umc, gypsum and
guano will be of little use.
in good renccs, gooa larmnouscs, gooa
In a clean kitchen, a neat wife in it a
clean cupboard, a clean dairy, and clean
That to ask a man's advice is not stoop
ing but may be of much benefit;
That to keep a place and everything in
its place saves msny a step, and is pretty
sure to lead to good tools and keep them
A WedMlBux ea the tataa-ei.
There was a marriage on the New Haven
stage on Thursday evening, and the gallery
was struck with awe. Alter uic close oi tne
regular performance it was announcerl
that Mr. James Jones, of Jones & Creston,
. , . ii i. ..... i .i i.- : i ...i i n
the rifle shots, would be united In mac
riage to Miss Josephine Blanchard. a mem
ber of the company. After Miss Farrand
and the Ross sisters had finished dancing,
the curtain was lowered, and the orches
tra played the "Wedding March." The
curtain was then rung up, disclosing the
happy couple surrounded by the enure
company. After the applause had ceased
Hugh Daiicy. as justice ot tne peace, step
ped forward and performed the solemn
service of the Episcopal church. During
the ceremony the whole audience,-from
the students in the boxes to the boys in the
gallery, preserved perfect silence. When
Mr. Dailey left the stage and the curtain
was lowered, storms of applause followed.
In . sesponse. the " newly ' niamcd couple
came before tne curtain tne nrst encore
r ,i,! ..iriwi iifi whw th insti. nf
I .. i i i . ..
I Hill ra-HfJK . HUUU1U UilYU uinuill-aua. nil uu-
,.,, preference for the ritt of the Eoisco-
phi cnurcn. and not nave contcntea nim-
I . ..
.if with thc customary forms of his office,
I . i: i : ,. i uil. -r .u ,
I was u.rfc i;auiuvu iu uiu iiwiu-iniw v. wil
Hew a Dakota f nejre Keep raer.
Mr. Welwtcr's attorney (rising and ad.
dressing the attorney for the other side)
"I call you a coward and a liar."
The Court "Sit down, sir."
Mr. Webster's attorney "He is a coward
and a liar."
The Court "If yon dont sit down and
keep quiet, you will be sorry."
Mr. Webster's attorney' He i
i In the subsequent proceedings, the court
took a hand. It swiftly glided from it
seal and placed its powerful grasp upon
the coat collar of thc attorney for Mr.
Webster. There was a momentary void
in the understandidg ot that gentleman.
The morning stars began to sing together
in his ears and danced before his confused
vision. Then he found himself outside
the building without any hat and the
pi.vuiv .un.uijuu.. u-un.
oua mustache. 1 arties present in
room ss innocent spectators sver that the
feet of the attorney ror Mr. weDster aid
not touch the floor after the muscles of the
hand of the court had contracted upon
his collar. Yankton Press and Dako-
The iron and steel works, comprising a
new blast-furnace and rollingmill at Iron
ton, were offered at auction Thursday, but
were not sold, the highest bid bnffon,y
$21,000. The works cost over $300,000 a
few years ago, and was one of the most
complete in.the region. - '.,
In the case of Finney vs. Finney, for
divorce and alimony, tried in the Milltrs
bnrg court Thursday, Mm. Finney got a
divorce and $2,000 alimony, in install
ments or $400 each. The ground was
drunkenness. The parties were "upper
tens," hence great uterest was taken.
w. v to ; - ;
"j ai"M bb army surgeons in I
turkey during the last Tnrkn.niaaUn
war returned to their country, they found
that the opposition to the admission to
their regular medical practice had entire
ly disappeared. They are now officially
employed, on an equal footing with other
members of the faculty, in many hospitals
and in many provincial districts.
A South Carolina journal protests
against the practice of carrying concealed
weapons, saving that peace and ordet
should reign in every southern state, but
that people pull out pistols and kill each
other at the least pretext. Quondam
friends cannot enter into any argument.
no matter how trivial, without hot words,
and thev draw their pieces, blazing away
at each other until one is disabled or their
A colored voter in Mobile had been em
ployed by a merchant to take some kero
sene to the Mobile & Ohio Railroad de
pot for shipment. He informed the gen
tlem an who employed him that he was
going to yote the Democratic ticket
wouldn't think of voting any other. On
his return from the depot he was asked
for the receipt for the kerosene oil. Put
ting his band into his pocket, he pulled
out a citizen's ticket. "This isnt it," ex
claimed the merchant. "Bless dc Lord;
was the response, "I done gone an voted
the kerosene oil ticket."
The following nationalities live under
the sceptre of the Czar of Russia: Great
Russians, Little Russians, White Russians,
5 "rU. IrlTI
Un M Vinna h'lnna Nomtvw1a I .Tlan
uers, VSBtlBBB, XUOgUB, I BBUIS, IVBDlkCna-
.i.i,, Tartars. Bashkir. RtrimiB. Kal-
muk. Tcherkessi, Ossettini. Lesguini, Ar-
mene' UlhT. Tchnvashi, Ugalensi,
rvdnKhf - n Trhnkrhi Ornaim Koriaki
toiosnen, icnus.cn l, wrusim jvonaki, i
Eskimos, Yucagniri, Tjopari, Truchmen,
Korels, Vaguls, TchapogirL Tchechcnzi,
Gypsies, Hebrews, , and '.Mennonites.
.bach ot these sneaks its own language.
which is foreign to all others.
During the war Robert O. Wlilis buried
65,000 worth of gold and $10,000 worth
of jewelry in a cave on his iarm at Mar
row, Boone county, rky., imparting tne
knowledge of it only to his wife. - A few
days afterwaids he disappeared, and has
not been neara or since, lie is supposed
to have been killed by guerrillas. His
wife lived on, hoping for his return, but
made known the secret of the treasure to I
no one till on her death-bed recently, when
she told the story to her pastor and attor
neys. Alter ner death the treasure was
found in good condition. She bequeathed
her jewelry and $40,000 to her old serv
ants, also the old homestead, a rich farm
of some 200 acres. These heirs were her
former slaves, who have nursed her faith
fully through her old age.
This is the war in which a Louisville
girl disposes ot a young man, according
to the Conner J ournai : sne says : -1 ou
have asked me pointedly if I can marry
you, and I have answered you pointedly
that 1 can. 1 can marry a man wno makes
love to a ditterent girl every month. 1 can
marry a man whose main occupation
seems to be to join in aeauntlet in front of
churches and theatres, ana comment buui-
bly on the people who are compelled to
pass through it. I can marry a man whose
only means of support is an aged father.
1 can marry a man wno Doasts tnat any
oirl can be won with the hcln of a good
tailor and an expert tongue. I can marry
such a man.
but 1 w o-k.'ti"
A week ago some New York merchants
1 . . a a 1.1-. A. 1
wcrcsiuicuMi a. toi uuw immiiCT.
cartman who was carting them to the store
was induced to enter a house, where he
was locked in, and escaped only to find
I horse, cart, cases and all gone. The loss
was advertised with a reward of $600 for
the recovery ' of the goods, and before
night the property was Lfl the owner's
hands. The detectives then took the mat
ter in hand, and from the very slight clew
afforded traced the robbery to one Jonn
Nelson, a noted confidence man and high
way robber, who has just returned from
Canada after serving a sentence of six
years for robbing a bank messenger in
David Peters, a negro who is about to
be pardoned out of the Rhode Islapd state
prison, after .having served eleven years
of a fifteen years' seutencc. is said to have
become an accomplished linguist Dy study
during his leasure hours. This tact is
creditable not only to Peters, but to the
officials who have given the once ignorant
colored man facilities to improve his
mind. '. Rhode Island seems te be as far
ahead of some other, states in the humane
treatment of criminals as the was over
two centuries and a half ago in advocating
the grand principle of liberty of conscience.
Rhode Island abolished the gallows many
years ago, and seems to get along very well
without capital punishment, and the plan
pursued in Rhode Island's chief city or
giving work to all tramps who are willing
to toil for food and lodging is said to be
more efficient in suppressing vagabondage
than the severe penal enactments of New
Hampshire and Connecticut..
The cost of congressman White aker's
hurried trio from Oregon to attend the
opening of congress, including the special
palace car rrom Ban Francisco to uregon,
is esumaiuu u nave ueeu iiuim i.iwu w
. i . i , r . rM ...
$4,500. He went to his home from San
Francisco, which be had not seen for
nineteen years, by steamer. The voyage
was very stormy, and he was sick, hun
gry and exhausted when he reached the
Golden Gate. It was his purpose to re
cruit his strength by a stny of some days
in San Francisco, but he was seized - lm-
mediately on landing, hurried across San
1 Francisco Bay to the railway station of
I u ri l rx.n ; A. MtiMait m.kM a muk.
tire Central Pacific railroad, where a spec
ial locomotive and palace car were wait
ing, with steam up, and was whirled away
with nothing in the way of food aboard
except some cold luncheon, nor did the
car stop anywhere to get a warm meal for
the drooping congressman until thet regu
lar train that was sure to bring him . to
Washington in time was overtaken. ' It
took about twenty-four . hours to do it,
during which double the usual time was
made. Who is to pay the expense of this
extraordinary trip has not been slated, but
it is not Jir. wniica&er.
President Hayes will not after all go to
the Pacific coast during the coming sum
mer, and says he expects to pass most of
the season at Washington..
MONEY- AND EQliUlEKVh
I . auaai MM
Mew Yerk Money aad Mteelt Market.
New York. April 12.
. Money easy at 46 per cent, closing at
14 per cent Prime mercantile paper oe
percent Sterling, long inactive 430.54;
short 487M- Governments quiet except lor
new 4s, which are active. Railroad se
curities strong and higher. State bonds
dull except for Louisiana consols, which
are strong and active. Stock market to
day is fairly active but speculation de
cidedly irregular; principal feature of the
dealings was ISansas Pacific, which ad
vanced from 23 to 2o;'4 per cent., closing
at highest point. In the early dealings
the general list advanced Ja2 per cent.
the latter for the tyaoasn. uunug uie
afternoon Northwestern snares occame
weak and fell off 1 if per cent, on com-
,, tz rent, on preferred.
,i.r5. tha remainder of the
market, and closing quotations were at a
drain J 1 per cent, from best prices.
St. Jo preferred was very weak, selling
down from 42J to 40 per cent. -
GOVKRKMKNT SECURITIES. Coupons of
81, 106;$; new 5s, 104; -s.1051-.;
new 4s, 99; l(H0s registered 101), ;
Jo coupons, 101 Ji; currency 6s, 121,. .
Express Shares Adams, 106 ; Ameri
can. 48 : United States. 47 '
MibceIiLahkotjs Stocks. Western Unio-i
Telegraph 106; N. Y. Central 115:
Erie 25i; preferred 46; Michigan Cen
tral 82 : Union Pacific stock 75$ ; Lake
Shore 71?$ ; Cleveland A Pittsburg 92;
Northwestern 62 ; preferred 91 ; Cleve
land & Columbus 41 : Rock Island
131; St. Paul 42; preferred 82;
Fort Wayne 105 ; Wabash 20 ; Oh io and
Miftoinsinni 11 A: Illinois Central 85. -
Stats Bohds. Tennesaoe 6s, old 84;
am. it: a. u oqi . oil .
: i I llguiia us, mil vuj , m,n, nu . ;
Cleveland Market, w
Cleveland, April 12. Petroleum mrrEe
very firm ; standard white, 110 test. 8c
Detroit, April 12. Flour auiet. Wheat
firmer and active; extra 1 04 ; bid 1 00;
white, 1 03; April. 1 03. Mav. 1 04: June.
1 04?i(; milling. No 1, 1 03W. Receipts
Wheat, 38,482 bushels; shipmente, 16,637
ClJiWNSATf, April. 12. Flour easie.
prices unchanged. Wheat in fair demand ;
No. 2 red 1 04. Corn in fair demand: No.
37(237. Oats ouiet and firm at 29
82. Rye dtil'. at 56. Barlev dull dull nnd
drooping. Pork dull; jobbing 1040.
Irfard in lair demand; steam 6 25 bid,
held higher. Bulk meat ouiet an firm
at 3 6U( eu, 4 oo. a oo. Bacon duTi at
4 13Mtto 87. 5 63. Whisky actiVe
and lirm at 1 01. Butter dull and tendin
downward. Linseed oil steady at
Hogs quiet; corn fed 2 75 3 40. Cattle.
light, 3 45(3 75; packing 3 603 85;
butchers, 3 85(23 90. Receipts 775; ship-
Hew York Market.
New York, - April 12. Flour nomin
ally unchanged. Wheat firmer; . No
& spring, l oaj-4 ; ungraded winter red
1 01 1 03; No 2 do 1 13-Vrffil 16; No 1
do 1 14f; No 2 amber, 1 111 un
graded white, 1 12; No 2 do 1 001 10;
No 1 do, 1 llai iiM: Rye firm; No 2
western 0B45& Barley dull aha tin
changed. Corn dull and unchanged: Oats
taixBd Western oiSTwesW
9. , - 5, '. " '-fHi'
ojiraog Eires weak: Western. 12fal3.
S4W36. Eggs weak; Western, 12J13.
Pork weak; nicss, 9 40(39 50 for old:
10 5010 62W new. Lard weak; priiiie
steam, 6 456 55. Butter dull ; western,
525. Whiskey steady at 1 05U.
Chicago. April 12. Flour steady un
changed. Wheat fair demand, prices
higher. JHo. 2, Chicago spring, fresh 89;
regular 87 cash ; 91(r91Ji May; 92
92 June. No. 3, Chicago spring 78a
78J; rejected' od. Corn , good demand
shade higher, fresh 34; regular H 16 cash:
40& May; 86 June. Oats fairly active.
shade higher 22-cash; 25 May; 25
June. ' Rye easier 43J44f. . Barley
steady, unchanged. Flax seed scarce, firm .
crushing to choice sowing - 1 30l 75. -Pork
fairly active, shade higher 10 30 '
casn; ivuuiiu jn.tr; iui; junc.
Lard active, firm, higher 6 176 20
cash and May ; 6 25i6 27 June. Bulk
meats steady, unchanged. Whisky steady
uncnangea l u. nogs uun, prices snaoe-
lnvpr mixeri 40wa'ftS- lio-lit 3 finest 7ft-
, - v , - p. v - ,
choice heavy 3 703 90; closed stead -
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