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FLIRTATION IH THE TROPICB.
The Highland Sentinel contains the follow
ing; odd and graceful little Idyl, which it too
dainty to be neglected by the tasteful gleaner
of fugitive verse: .......
Once I had a little sweetheart
In the land of the Malay;
Such a little yellow sweetheart.
Warm and peorleis at the day
Of her own dear suany island,
Keimali, in the far, fur Kast,
Where we sucked the luscious mango
Elvet togethor in the least.
Such a little copper sweetheart
At my (Join ne'er wat found.
With her hair all blue-black streaming
O'er her to the very ground.
And her eyes I her eyes were heaven I
Changing swift Irom light to cloud.
And her dress was garment lilting
Such a fairy to enshroud,
Twas enough for little Golu;
No more raiment did the need
Than the milky, budding breadfruit.
Or the lily of tbe mead ;
And she was my little sweetheart
Many a sunny summer day.
When we ate the sweet guavas
In the land of the Malay,
Life wat laughing then. Ah, Golu,
Do you thin k of that old time.
And of ail the tales 1 told you
Of my colder Wettern cliuie?
Do you think bow happy were we
When we tailed to strip the palm,
And we made a latteen arbor
Of the boat-tail in the calm?
' They may call you.semi-avage
Golu, 1 cannot forget
How I poised my little sweetheart
l.iko a copper statuette.
Now my path lies through tbe cities.
Hut they cannot drive away
My sweet dreams of little Golu
And the land ef the Malay. .
W. L. McD.
WITH GUSTATE D0KE.
A-il IL Id UlU A IUIMBi ""VII m. waawuauw
the Cafe Dufour, the other day at four
o'clock in the afternoon, that I should
have Gustave Dore as a companion at
the small table on which I tolt my din-
i Wa b.il Kaoh nlil anniiKint.anriia
in times gone by, when the young artist
a: nnn an1 wbon ka bail tn rlraw
his wonderful sketches in a small room
in the Hue tiernardin. tie men lookea
tbo nrv nicturK of health, iravelv and
intelligence, and I believe I never saw
bin at that time without a smile on nis
lips, which lent a peculiar charm to his
handsome face. In fact, of all the ris
ing, struggling talents of that period in
Paris, young Dore seemed to look for
ward to the luture who tne most san
euine expectations, and the firmest be
lief in his own destiny. Everybody
liked him, everybody sympathized with
i . A ...ntlinilir s.Anill tn rpinipA in
mm b j u""j --...v.
his triumphs as much and as heartily as
he am nimseu. ..,,,
ilaving been abroad since iu, i naa
not seen Lore since that lime, ana,
when ha took a seat opposite to mine at
the table in the cale, I did not recegnize
him at first; for in inose live onei jreora.
his appearance Lad undergone very
marked chang so marked, indeed,
that when he held out his band to me,
with wile, nd said. "Do you not
know m any wore, my friend I I am
IWe " I felt inclined almost to question
his words. Wbati Voung in years, yet
Gustave Dore had grown ot4- fus lace
Hnerilv furrowed. His oti had
grown husky. His smile was sad, and
an air ol pepressiun u .""'"j
seemed ' to bae permanently settled
upon ms coutiKiitnn.
turnriua. and. &3 W
were shaking hands, asked;
"Am I, then, so gresuy cuaDgeuf
l..r.n m. " I rAnllril " Tnu look St
A ... -1 - - r , - -
if you had beB very sick, or as if you
bad undergone mncn vrouuie.
'.' V v wife." be said smiling. " tells me
the same thing."
1118 Wliei t &MW ,t;uvu);u, ua uu wnen
:-J rliitrinffmT m Ha .m. a fiom KrB.nrt.
ill k r 1 1 r u , "p, it r "
very charming and hi(bly-ac;0;
yiihf4 jjuUter of our country.
I uur mw i-- -
"J am aure yw - hsnpy?
-" W hy snouio oii uu i. vi
bare I been sick, and yet f. feel rei
and oltl7 , , , . .v. ,i.
I suggest that, he might recently
a e ri-i"i:u . . - -
aa hide at any period of hi. irWM c-
rr a in IM pasnwo jci.
k. ..iH did not oUa-fl bun any more as
well ae in former years. Ccs, he ad-
Hod, hatl always oen very -iiu w n;-
The lima "as whea be did not care tor
1 ' L r.f lata
what they wrote, aooui nim. uu
be had bfceaie almost morbidly jonii-
tive io rf'a w
other day. M aa ""vj I.
eusly, -Iwa greatly mortified by aa
article on m the (siunton of the
Journal dee Debaa Will ro b:.eTe
it? I petard a slwlesi. night in conte
queni. And yet the writer of tbe article
had treated tne J
"lie ro a tnoN.l a.d ajrW V
tmnicil what Ik freet arUt told me.
Toll it H tbat,a Jalea Jama pre
, ... hi. raa. BverBiO-
ICIC1 T-" S". " . ' 7 .
dnrtion bad x batd the eottrcM ot kit
g-o.ee.ao4 Uat tt rl. 'OBM
li ibis Jact bad led to tb s.agular
psychological phenomena which is rela
"And then," said ho, gravely, " I am
.: - i . u.. 'itl... .
acviuia iireu ui raria. a iia is 'i,ui.i,
loo, for, if anybody ever loved l'aris, it
was I. I'.verythiog binds nie to rans,
j t i ... . . . - r : . ii
snu si i it t iuub; w s.sj iiuiii it.
" What hinders you from traveling?"
I ventured to remurk, with a smile.
" Nothing snecial. . indeed," be re'
plied, " but I cannot make up my mind
whither to go."
" Bah!" 1 laughed, "the world is wide,
and to you everywhere beautiful.
The truth then leaked out that M
Dore, for some time past, had been
thiuking of undertaking a voyage round
" A snlendid ideal" I exclaimed, wish
ing to cheer bim up, "l'reuch art cau
1 : .1 l,- ir
vuij p.in bUCICUJ.
" But," he said, " what I want to do is
to travel in k sailing vessel. I want to
see the Arctic sea, and 1 want to go to
Australia. I am bouud to Bee all that is
erand in North America: and all that.
you know, will take years, which I may
not. have to spare."
The last few words he uttered in so
sombre a tone that they sounded like
a prediction of his own premature
Anxious to change the subject, I told
him about mv own travels on the west'
em coast of Africa. From tbe mono
syllabic manner in which he auswered
me every now and then, I saw plainly
that he took but little interest in what 1
related to him.
"Youaee," I said, gaily, "I hud to
rough it, lor my moans were qmio m
itpH: hut a rich man like vou "
. "What do you call a rich man?" he
asked, with a merry twinkle in his fine
"One who, like you, can easily enrn
one hundred thousand lrancs a year.
Whv. vnu can, build voursalf a mag
nificent yacht, and go in it from one end
of the world to the other."
Here I found something else that
bothered M. Dore when dreaming of bis
contemplated voyage around the world.
He conld never set foot on a ship with
out suffering severely from sea-sickness.
Like Czar Nicholas, of Russia, he loves
the sea. desoite the cruelty with which
it treats him whenever he ventures out
nnnn it. One dav he told me he bad
been sick for weeks in consequence of a
trip across the Channel.
I told him there was no remedy
ngainst sea sickness, but that probably
he would soon overcome it. " Gladly
would I go to New York to-morrow," he
said.. " but for mv aversion to this nau
seating sickness. His young wife, he
added, was greatly in favor ot the
scheme, because she believed that his
depression of spirits would be remedied
bv so thoroucli a change of air and
places. She had bravely promised to
accompany him, even if he took her to
the North Pole, or to the cannibal
At this both of us laughed heartily.
M. Dore rose from the chair, shook
hands with me, and left tbe place. As
he opened the door, I saw that he heaved
a Rich, and that bis face had resumed its
sombre expression. Translated from
la Petite Revue dc Fans, Jur Apple
Her Visit to the Kbedlve'a Unrein.
A private letter from Madame Parepa
Rnxa ta a friend in New York eives an
interesting account of a visit to the la
dies of the Khedives harem. we
were obliged," she says, " like all ladies
visiting the harems, to be dressed in gay
colors, as they will not see any one in
Murk-, nnr do thev like dark dresses.
We were driven to the different palaces;
but I will describe the one ot rrincess
Said You drive to the door of the
outer court, and there, all of a row, sit
about sixteen or eighteen eunuchs,
dressed like European gentlemen, but
wearing red turbans oa their heads, with
a great deal of jewelry. There is a
heavily wadded curtain ot patcuworK,
nin.1. Invplv. wi th a weieht at the end:
that is lifted, and you enter the yard of
thn harem: theu vou nass another thick
curtain, and find yourself in a pretty
garden, with tlowers and lots ot orange
trees overpowering you with scent; this
garden leading to the staircase of the
house, is filled with girls from thirteen
in aiirbinen nr twentv some verv lovelv.
others very ugly dressed with a loose
gown drawn in at the waist uy a oeu oi
bright colored cotton stuff, and a sort of
little turban on the bead of different
colored tarletanes, very bright, with a
flower stuck in the front part of it for
the slaves, and a beautiful jeweled
branch for the ladies, mey looked
at us very curiously, and put their
hands first to their lips, then te their
foreheads, as a welcome. Tbe room we
were ushered into was about twice as
large as Steipwsy Hall, with a large
bird cage in tbe middle, divans all
around, and looking glasses, and two
large tables. IhesiaFes orougtu ns a
lighted pipe each of two yards in length,
.11 tlia .lam wrnnrht in cold, and the
rocDtb piece of large piece of amber,
attached to tne pipe oj a. greai. ruw
,- 1- - . M Mn mint mntltnit Wl
aiamonus iu g,uu "i "n,us'
smoked the pipes, they resting on small
silver salvers laid on the floor to prevent
ik. ..Mint hiirninir. Then thev bronchi
ns coffee in an exquisite little cup with
out a handle, the cup being placed on
an et.g t,p (such as one oses in England
lor boiica egu o w'.reB
studded with diamonds. The adopted
Ah.- r.f lbs Princess SDftks a little
French, and was very nice to us. An-oi.-
Princess, the danghter-in-law of
tbe hedive, speaks perfect French, and
l.nltn. a Innff ti ma . I nl Linf. She WS8
dressed in the highest Parisian fashion,
a charming girl of fourteen, just married
lew trct s ago to the second son of th
viceroy." Just i,cfcr" leaving Cairo,
Madame Rnaa kad a remarkable benelit
at the opera house, of which we cite an
i:cunt. ibe benelit was taken in
and hi Lua best Greek. English and
American residents here, who raised
a subscription among themselves to
illuminate the theater with wax
candles, aaa uy op tne wnoie tcea
ter for their friends, the public
kaiinr a rvoor chance for daces, and
rf!nng any snm for seat and boxes.
I hey ordered 1U boequets, and sonnets,
a different lanruaces. printed on d.fTer-
ent colored paper. At the eleventh
hour (twent y-f.iur hours before the per
rra.i,.l yedini. tbe baaao. whn was te
bare sung ft Greek eonc, waa takes ill
and could not ting, so I had to learn a
aorg ia Grek. Yon mav fancy my
agor.y at pronouncing a lannaea i
kaow. but they all say I did it very well,
and the public nearly went mad over
- ft. a jf. V-
me. The showers of bouquets were won
derful. Two slago-clearers had to come
and hulp me. Then I had two lyres pre
sented to me, with ft large, magnificent
gold Egyptian necklace and ear ringt,
presented by the subscribers. Io fact,
it was an ovation en regie, and I was de
lighted, as you may fancy. After the
opera tbe English Contul and family,
tbe Broadways and several other ladies
and gentlemen surprised me at home,
and a Mr. Johanidct, the head of the
Greeks here, came to compliment me.
We had lots of champagne and supper,
and I never laughed so much in my life.
I have had since the benefit another
pair of ear-rings and ft locket in tbe
shape of a Maltese cross, with gold and
whit enamel, and a Turkish silk opera
handkerchief, all woven in silver, gold
and different silks; also a magnificent
fan of ostrich leathers."
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Mihhuik, 1 tx., April 14, 1X73. 1
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Mississippi & Tennessee R. R.
COMMENCING FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28,
UTi, trains will run as foliowa:
New Orleans Mail, daily...2:15 p.m. p.m
Express, daily ..4:46 p.m. 8:40 a. m
Pullman Palace SleepinsCars on N.O. Mail
through withoutehanre.makinffeloseconnec- .
tion at Grenada with trains on Mississippi
Central railroad. for all poiuts north and south.
Ticket Unices, !7 Main street and at depot,
foot of Main street.
ISS-t M. BURKE, Sup't.
LOUISYILLE AND NASHVILLE
GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD
Express Train leaves daily (except
Sunday) 2: a.m.
Mail Train, duily 1:25 p.m
Brownsville Accommodation leaves
daily (except Sunday) 4:40 p.ta
No ehanae of ears by thit line for Louisville.
St. Louis and Nashville. Pullman palace
sleeping-cars on all ninht trains. For tickets
or information apply at
Ticket Ollloe, 337 1-2 Malu St.
JOHN T. FI.YNN.
Superintendent Memphis Divisirro.
James Spsiu, Ticket Acent. "14-t
Sll Rail t Double Track !
Baltimore and Ohio
TS THE ONLY ROI'TK BY WHICH HOLD
1 era of throuah tickets to New York anil
Boatan are enabled to visit tbe cities of
Haiti more," Philadelphia,
New Vork and ifoslon.
At tbe cost of s ticket te New York or Botto
only, with the privilefo of visitint
Washington City Free.
Is the ONLY ROI'TK from the
N et to WRMbiiifftou Mir
Without a loot and tedioat omnibaa transfer
throat h Baltimore.
yTbe only line manioc eornitcont day ran
PI I.I.M4BT' PA Lifl
Drawing: -Room Sleeping Coaches,
From PL Louis. Leaitrille, Cia.inaati tad
B1LTII0KE A.D WAMJIM.T0V
Ttrkawt t f aaJe at all Tieke Ctce la tke
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