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I'omf with tny mnp oi rnmrr",
)vm 'w U'f sua mw t: . " , Sn?;
ni mi. I tirlno forth nntn th eva of day.
Frrira their lnTrlrnlii.ital nivaterhma tliclil
Ttiarlmt f ry Uinare of my ns-ni.
Vi.r, ai ilm hi.i.liimol tliv ninlo wnn.l,
. ivukk from tlicv.xnsof tha breath Ui t.uVa..
In all their iirpriwViil idorhnia arraas
Thry ai.riiip. aa i'nne thi1 rvralan nialila to hall
Hit lolii4-iu(iitri in I'aaluurrUui Itla.
t'linir. .m:i1 Vfity I
IWM with thy Irani, llil liltfh
on mnK1 fr.-ttt hran.-h oiir out th. Ir nn-hsly:
or. iwnIM M raia afe mmuM y.
Sit jhti IiM in a-'najlrnn lilt n, on ei-ho r-alllne, ,
alio mnrniiirlns wooda auj nutati-al wlm laMier
I'nn, annti Mnjr i.
r.iTitf with lliy laiiidilnif beam,
What lime II"' 1av mlat m-li n I he alresm,
ilr ae-k tho mountain I'M to meet thy ray.
J r yH th (h w-rlrop no thane ow an a' er
Huh hot lt llllhl, i,r JiimI Ix nrttli It power.
llonie, holv vl.r i
, W hn, imnli brhlml II enl an wvatetixhilW . j
Hia ht-UI hi" ' tin-'l 1" lay on laf ami rill.
StaituMirM's 0stpi hasten hla iterayi
I'.-nU' with lliv nin-'iii', an. I my hpart ahall 1st .
I'.tle i fm-tiiil'lf oonarsrsis tn-tspe.
nun,". iitini( Miy ,' i )
l.iai- 1 nth an' li - ,-lili,'iia.
I it. Hr I : U.n lt thfrl itr.-aa, I
llif. ilrs rv of ilark wltit.-r .! a.) ;
. Tolhrlirl . hi hr unl I'fa-tli-ail .iw
' onem ul the .prlliy, and un-'treanif the year.
Y.. V.'vclv Mar! I
Ta,-a ssvwiina-" eca altall real tip.) this raywis
Tn ii.iim II. i- Hi. I'd mnell'Tlea ol linn', . , l-
T1i.n,farHa.oiii trial Mml tolytrav..
And . i i, il. "it wilt lliul. that Inisct jfach v-aia,
.inri aa rsr ItVwIi. and aa thy wia.-t clear.
- Will IH rua'l.it, IwH May I ' " j
l . tlhy f' lj.l v. ljirr.a. . I
A. fa.lf fli rM . all rii Taull
HI U.i wotld a iuv; Ih. n ti ah, tliat Uioiti h
1 rt.ny ' ' I
In lilli-t uluUrJmry ..uly'i fraiiu,
In fairs r nrT.I iriri nonl aliall l.ri-aa hla away.
Aiiolh4rarlUalll biwuiu, rlraual al)illi aaai".
Selected Miscellany. TURNING THE TABLES.
JlieukiV-t had jutatv 1 nfii, rleared fty,
Mid Hie lillle hilliii'! room ih verv hrilit
Kii.l ehi-erliil In thf fellow flKiil of the April
.kUiiKliina. Tlmr Ware pot of iurple-hloH-i.nnn
il Tloh'tx in Wiv.,ndo-!M'M. find
l.lnr-rirbiAid pi'ilur hin rnthr nofn. Mid
Look spiled on lUatiible, ufid close by th
lire Mfh. lluven hud Rented herself with ber
il ek to nrril FOtuo li tlar l
She iis a trim, eouipnet .lillle woman,
with brtfdit hnron hmr. and e.in to mntth,
'nud a rcoluUi iBontUtlittt .imeiio carried
out the epi k. ion . ol R noae taut our
French neii:lih.ir!i phl-iM ,,!WtTiia'i.M Mary
ihivun hrul charjcler thill Jou Uii;lit ie
at a irl inee. I
An dim Kft turr, avJeoIiuif h.vr pen, and
iiiucruwTur, llu! r.ilver top of her inkstand
.the doir opened very poftly, and a round
lull-moon lace appeared. k
"Mra. Uiiven, uiciu, il you nli -nae."
"Yen," Knid M m- IlaTeii, descrying at
once by the hihillibla barometer of a wo
lnnn'n enr tlyv niii!7 thunderstoriu in the
" itomeitie nt';infphere! "W lmt l it, cook.'''
t -ll u u jl tbjl you're n.ila kind tuiutresn,
inein," mid Ciot, luri-itim; tlie hem of her
che.'ked apron, '-ftdd the wnea in Rnod,
not i n.iy puiiipany ia allowed ouce n weok
and Riiinhiy evenings nlwuyi out, but there
ore aoinn thina Ihuh and blood cnu't
atnnd, io juyie. . tiioyean't, luem, and I
hain't no-p,i!H'!Hc with such floinn', and if
you pierihp to suit yunrtelf.-'uieia, at a
inontli'd ivnrnin' " ,
-'Wlir.'iWlf, Kt fn the' mallei"
- j Some a.in abida nie,l,lliu with, nitni, .
nml some can't mid il the barrel o' mack
erel et. rm-tha wronf? corner, an' themipar
Imxea aii4 ke).t covered proper, it''tb
miitienn nIioiiKI t. II me of it, uiul not the
Mnnter, nn-l if Mr. Iftiven wmita tobaeook,
mem, wl an. I y. ad. but I wontuy iu tlio
And eooV floun.i. out, maltreating her
kpivii, luirinK tiuid lnv hay.
.IiH. Itaveii fl iirsht-Tl scarlet. She roue and
" want fl.rwn mail- to the cellar, where liar
bui.Liin.l, jiiinii'i bin coat, wa en J.nvuiiii(
to m.ive h hli'e'w.isliliiR nmchine.
"Voii m o, liiiilii' l,'' lie cnllod Out, ' thin
in llio posMlile plnce the tiling' eoiild
aland in .itid vrhy, Slit, ' Huvmi, ii il yutiV"
,"koivitivk)"jvd.Miii llavi'iu "lth6ii;lit
yuil had I'oiie to your olliee. Henry."
"I'm fW.lhif pnajiently," said Mr. ilaven,
bnt you Kif, Miry, rv.'rj'lliing down here
in nl hiM and hovrim. Ii'h well I coma
down occftnionally. Cook ' barf no more
economy than n wild haunje and Jtridet
pull! eveiylhihiiTireeiselT w here it ahouldu't
Im, Jlr.U sr ,1ut yii looked uvt the
grocer h lull lor a liuililli""
o, I hnveli't," eni.l Mra.. llayen.
,"VaaU,Jt'ii iuiio ulormiii). 'i'bvru miiht
ba a b ilk aoincwhcrc, nmi tlmt reminibi
me - the titotaKHPa kei i dripping at the
rule of ball ri vint ft. Uy." "
Hriilet and cook aloud by, niiiriauriiiK
.dark iliiicoutent." .Mrs.- Uaren wait Buue
ujHMived Ibaii tihe (iired .to expreNK.
"I will (ten to it," BhS artid. ' : ' .
i - 'Jlilt 'yunlou't no to it," iny dear! 1
found B box ol Htulai ckhh on the top hhelf
eiffa, my dear tlmtnre completely witated'
. whivtf!i.'H art tio'Ceiiia a-piwe! ' '
Mm. lluven turned unit went up-ntair
.atrnln with ft rtmnd ted apot tloint;oii
j uiUior eliiiiik,- t.4;nul jioiiiujiu of tho dH
turliimee within. Sire won not a fnultleaa
' ant;el. any luoro tluiu other vronieo aie.aiid
, uue won very Uinoii out ot temper, aa alio
walked ' up and down the room with her
i hand behind ur, anil the lirown yat (lit.
lerini! with all oiuuioiia nnarklu.
'Mary, hare you acen my memnrundiiiu
" Itoohr". akked lit-t. husband, be i uU rod
pulling on la;lovoH.
"No, I have lmt. Trobably you will
lind it on Uie pantry dull, ui uuUi I'.ri.l-
get a wa.".liuif niieiiine, anawered Mnry
- nnortiv." . ..,.?
"Now, puns, you ait) out of temper," mild
Mr. Ifaveii, Rood huinoredly, "and how
verv nurenaouabla thai la ol yoav
"liriiry," taui Jlrn. Jlavou, liiyinx one
liana uppi aiiiiKiv on nianliouuier, mid look
lug upiiilai hia liter, "you Uon't kuow how
it uioitilieR and annoyN me to liare you in-
rariero in my noniesuc iinarra. "
, . "Area't we a firm, llmiry iiavcU uud
wirer ne asuon, coony, 'nun nre not our
interentH iihiuti. aJi1 i. -.
, , . "Y"K but Henry Ihiveu h'i bin depnrt.
manf , Wnd Wife oiifflit to hare hern."
I'tfhula all ojiinse. juy kv." ; c ' :
"Henry, will yon oblige ma by leaving
" theae doniiitie Aoavonma to tny own Diana
guraent'". ,.. . , .
"J would do lu il h lo oblige you, nry
flerrr nfaiy, kilt I Hhall not concede that
- pdint," lieaid, AJ ha took hla departure,
. leaving Mra. Jluven indignant una uiedita-
tire.: ' ... .
Bxidgirl'y.roio broke W4U1 aCeilia K-ant
upon liar rcvurio.
' '"Plea-ir'"iaSirn,'I fnn this litti black
,book VtehimJ th Uour barrel."
"Thank oj, Uridgot; it ia Homy Ua
ribs glanced mochanically at its p2(is as
' ItrMgot disappeared. , '1 ha.ooromn duvotod
Wt to that day ws juUcicloxely ruten mem
orandn. '. ' ' -
i ' "Sue EitTwyn' fe Dtiley sbont tho bouse
, in A8ib g:io .Tj4't to I'd Jhcnj havs il for
fl,m'. ,CalI at -VcAIIhter'a and order the
green oil-cloth instead of butt for the office
lloor. , Jell Alaitm to proceed directly with
Bull in ltaasall vs. Kusj1K-i' Reidnd clerk
I . noi ao a.,lla Inilnr'A IlilLaltarntinn tn l,a
made first. Ho halves with Jordan in lot
. ' tjpposito (bonrrdl Terk " ' And thai in-
. j definitely.,- . r, ... ,.,A
. , Mary Ilavoa had read tno words without
' Tnueh intsrect ''at first, tut proeently her
. - wim vriKuauiiou, tui 1 a roKmau suspicion
01 a amilo beguu to tremblo around bor re
aohitenps'. , 1 : fi-i .-. . i
- "Xm rory ohul I fonn4 this iueino(nn
dnm book," she thought. "Let mesee
Mr? Haven told me ho was fining to Brook
lyn in the Jj 91 ".'"lip-re will be plenty of
in.' bast oJsacsd at bar watch and thot isng
, jtbebe4l.. . . , t . B.
"Tirl.Tgerwill 'yon iiCT'p a'ronuil flie'"COs
er and- hoif ts asmd iiti ,aw frjf ml
immediatelyf" t ,
Her bonnet and shawl were on long b
fore tho vehicle antvad-adid sheomnlovsd
tiKik Iipt wtywih' Ul HeH-t'"ion ( ft
linve rai nHiinr I'nipyv, .
drifd-up little Inwyer, much nMutiiHlieil
fit the nnexfoctd iipnvi torj,f PPtij
wntnnn In a PArrirLar
ttood morn i n r, Mr. Kfirtwyn, HaiJMa
rVa calmly. "I ainiaViia. Uuwn. I railed
to lfl you Itnow that you ronld Iihtp tho
liouw in TWPlllti mrivi tor n inoiiHitiui nn
liim a venr. I aiipiione yon nir Rro Hint
llin iiropprtv tiploiiRA to ini!"
,'. i i I i..i:..l....l :il.
Air. rvnriwil iiuwtfii mw, lit" iikiiii'ii aim
the "hnrirnin ' f vnn nhont to Benin".
- And nftw flflvd to Mf. MrAHMrtT
pa Htora," awldJUrn, llnvell. . , , . -
Mie wftiRea in n un eooi wn mpkni-"i,m
Mr. Haven hae eonclnded to hike the
bnff 0IM0U1," ajuiaaid. 'a
ilr. Mc Alinter atarled but he entered the
onler m hlHliookn.. - . .
"I will aenil it round immediately, ma'
am.".., ; .
Now for Oie talloV, tlioni(ht Mary.
. "Suiri Mid Hoisaorr had an elegant eil
tiilillnlinient on a (tide Mreet. inxt out ol
Hroadway. Mnry ealuily Wnlked lip to the
ooiuiter. . . . .
"Henry llaveii'a bill, tiiceipled if .you
' Thrhulor prwoiiU the document, which
wan promptly paid. '
"Where now, ma'am?" Raid the driver.
"air. Jontan a Jical KkIhIo Ageucyv op
(KiNite Rtreet." ,
"Ah, Mia. ITaveu, In It yonV" Raid the
ftjront. cheerfully.- "What can Idotoaerte
von mm uuniiin ,
"Nothing, thanka,"ald Mary, ,Tnelona.
ly. "I camo round to tell you thul my
liu-band linn thought better of the t'entnd
Park lot. He will not take half.'' 1
'jV11 rixht,'' mud lordau. "hniythe and
Tarktr are only waiting for the chance.
I'll let 'em know immediately." '
"1 don't think I have done ..'ir luincliii f
enoUKb," Raid Mra. Haven tolieraelf, "L'll
ro down to the oflic now. 'and turn tb
atove round, ami bae .Iwk tcarrunge tbe
80 the can-fill,' left Mra. Ilaven at her
liiubaual'a olliee in a narrow, down-town
AIkiIiI One hour aulmeiUiinllv, Mr. Ha
ven aituntered into the txtabliHhuieiit nf
Kartw vn A Paler.
"Alwnt that 'l wellth Htruet b aae, Mr.
"VeH, air," Raid the lawyer, rubbing hia
hamln. "A tlioonand dollara ia a very fair
pru. air. 1 don't at all object to ".ivinqit,"
"Who the duce ii talking about a thou
aand dollar?" demanded too nrz)ed Ha
ven, . "1 don't mean to let you have it a
cent idiort of fifteen hundred."
The lawyer looked Anwed. -
"Mra. Haven was here this morninu, and
told ine it w ar her property, find I could
have it for a thouaand dnllitrit'
"Mta. Ilaven'" echoed the astoun.led
hnRbnnd. "lint renllv yon know this U
qnila nnbnainena-hka' .
"1 don't know whether It in 01 not," re
turned the Inwynr, stiffly. "I only know
that Mra. Haven - apoke before witneav.ei,
and that the property in nndwuinblr bera"
Henry Haven retreated from the field,
vnnq'uiahud, but chafing. ,.
At the door of the carpet ?t..ro lc.li'.ter
"U'h all nh'hl, air: tho oil-cloth la half
down bv thin time'
"Which oll-clothV" '' '
"Tho buff put tern, air; ulietip feoodn.
Mra. Haven wna here and oidercd it aoma
time aincer 4 v
"Tba tuiiehiaf she did!"
"I hope there Is 110 mistake, .hir 1" asked
the flcfllwr, auxloriKly. ;
"N no," returned honest lluiirr. ilia.
couaolatfly; adding to binivelf as he turned
way: "Wtuitlin j;ol 111I0 Mary w . I
craedi1" . . . '
All thiui; rouaidered, it nan not ;liaug
that Mr. Haven w a( in no very amiable hu
mor by thu bine bo roaehed tho sau. linn of
Snip I Scissors.
"id line 10 Know wnat you menu ty
aeuding home such Rarineiitsy'' be tlemand-
ed, imperiously, "i won't wear 'em, 11 11
lese uiay are mane over oomplelelv - nor
will J par the bill!"
"Sir? demanded the Hiirprised tailor,
"you areawure that our rnle is, no alti-ra-tiona
alter the bill ia settled' '
"Very well your bill isn't Rettled, and it
won't be, either, in a hurry !" ,
'.tits, lluven 11.1 It, sir, tlils uioiii 112."
auid the surprised tailor, referring to Lis
book. ' . i 1
. Mrs. llareu! How thu uncalled for In
terference of "Mra. Haven" stared him in
the luce ut every btep. Ol conne there was
no riunonstrauee to be tnnde, however, and
the (tiRcntntltcd nnatmml left the eslal.hsU
Bient. - - ,
"1 II atop in at Mr. Jordan's anyway," he
thought, "and Recur that lot it will Ihi a
taDUal apeeiilnlion! ' .... .
Mr. Jordan wan atandiiig whitliug in
front ot his grate, witbbotb hands in hia
pocketa. Ha looked up jxt lleary ilaven
"Well, old fellow? '
"Suppose we clear up tbe binJuega about
tliut t'eiitml l'ark lot, . said Haven, cara
lesaly. "1 dhn't think I can do tietter."
Your iWiaiun coiuua rather lata," aaid
Mr. Jordan, shrugging hia ahoulderH. "i
signed over to Hnulb A Parker half an hour
"And by whose authority?" ' J
Mr. Haven's Ihtow waa darkening '
:;ila, Jtavcua. Bhe waa hcra a little
while aiuce. und told me you would not
take the ImlMotl" :.... ,
. Mr, lluven bit his lip; thul was eawillv
growing a little too proking. He left the
real rwtute oltb-a abruptly, and went direct
ly down to bia own place.
But had he not been pretty tolerably cer
tain of the number, he would uo have r
cognized the rooms. Two men wer.i on
their kneea, diligently hammering' down
the hated bull' oil-cloth. Jink, thaj)tllce
!iy. nau iiirueu me siove rouna, so that
a. inin eiuow. iirniat iea into vour race.
Very much as u it would have said, "Tuke
my arm!" And Mrs. Haven sat at his desk.
sorting and arranging papers with Industry
worthy of a more legitimate cause,
Mrs. Uuven looked quietly tip... . s
"Yes, my dear: Joues vs. Jlroanl lir bo
longs on the lea hand pile. Keally, Henry
Itarea, tun eonfusion of yonr paper 11
"Confusion, inadam? I tell yon they are
ia; the niont perlect order, or, ruther, they
letre beloi you got hold of them. . Where'
are my inw-booksr r
':lih, I pat them iu the re loot t, th buid
ings w ere so dltigy, and tbe Pirecloriesand
Hand-books looked so much brighter'"
. ' -Mary, r you ciay? itjs stwrcely be
coming lor a woman thus to usurp ber hus
band's placet" . . - .
t ,"We ore a firjn, my dear, at least so you
told uio this momicg Hunrv Harcu
Wile and therefor onr ittoreat are idon
tial!" - .
1 "Vos, but " ' 1 ' ' ' ''
"Consequently," went on Marv. mimick.
ins iier basband' rather Domoou voice
of the morning, "f shall beg tbe privilegif
ui luvvnuring wueaever A aoem 11 advis
able." 'Henry Hjvcn looked frowninftlT at his
will), but tt)4 wrickle VAniuhed out . of bia
forehead at the smiling auusbui m Mary
eyes.' '''. ' - ' -
','My door, " said bo, "it if rather late to
tranaact any more business to-duv. . Shall
we walk np koine together'4"' 4 '''
And Mr. ilaven munt have lelt his 'in
terference" principles at the olliee, for
Mary nssjer saw any xnor of them. Neither
husband nor wife ever alluded to the sub
ject oguln, 'bnt Mr. Haven was oured of his
ew bad naMt. Alary s aiugle stratagem
was worth a tlionsand remonstrances.
At f.itiu M.,iu a: v iUH' -
danhtor, Ave yeai OKt, of jams Psrsons.
fell into a well about 2u feet deep, with id
feot ef water. A man who was paasfna heard
psonUsr oriss from the dog, who w as run-,
hlng frantically around the well, 'i ke man
f;ol uuoB Ik 4 reaee and sa the animal jump
nto the s till. He ran to tho spot and saw the
ehild upheld br the dogr Jiirth st are Hum4"
-Ex-Becretarv Beward is jroinir ta Califor
nia Uin suniuier.
Selected Miscellany. TURNING THE TABLES. [From the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin.]
Selected Miscellany. TURNING THE TABLES. [From the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin.] A Leaf From Our Pioneer Life.
Selected Miscellany. TURNING THE TABLES. [From the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin.] A Leaf From Our Pioneer Life. BY MIGNONETTE.
r(m-rtr,rPlrirthi!'i I. '
vnr,nf,1 Irt r,iif tt'fl mntlltl Ol ARI Il - win'"
It 4aariTrta'Tr 'Mnr4'Td ffndfhaaa atl
gorleaJW responding to that name never
tooiJaf .'1,op her bluti eye dear B;aan.
' A rely flry artminer followed: nd on the
flint of AngiiRt it became dryer than ever.
Kvcu tho alight refreshment of dew came
to he' Withheld, and the earth linked on nn
relipvpd through burning days and sultry
ni;ht. - . j .
At timea there were sigiiR ot fain., ilnm
cloud warriom would rise at RUiinet, flash
their blndea in each other's faces. Krowl
thetr TrreacV, ! fummttHM rkarkrwaaa
came on, the most tlirenlening ahapeR, aa if
Ruininoniiig alorm-RpiritR fmirt nil the halls
of the air. Jlnt tliia akirmishing amounted
to nothing: the next day's Run would rise,
brnzpn nml Scorching as before, with only
the clouds sinking their flory bands in the
horizon b) break the remorseless blue of
... I -
Tl,.u avnre tlie iba s in wbijl Weildi'l'U'd
the rising-with-the-lftrkTiile. I couiil niase
no estitiiute.of the nmonftt of tlra ing, retip
ing, bnr-ninking and wheat-binding per
formed by Alf. beneath the silvery moon or
the uioro- dubious radiance of the staew.
As for I Sell and I, when the dreaded empty
lrtrdrr rawiied iu onr faces, wa r :& in rlR6
before.' the hirk aforeuientlo 1 bad medi
tated his first note, and ch' ye voliently
from tho rrmpata vanaries of drenmland
n)on bread, pica, sputtering lard, frothing
eggs, weij'hts and measure, and all the
prosaic things of "baking day." While
often, w hen the moruing . abtrs hung un
dinimed iu the east, our clothes line RWinig
to the brivo the Riectral garments of the
week's waslv. "Taking time by the fore
lock" but faintly expresses the rate at winch
we traveled ahead of that ancient wleldor
of tha scythe, .
The grove Was ciuliinuuo lor ine nrsi
two hours of morning. For the remainder
of the day we could only gatlier within tlie
thick walls of our log cabin and doze iu a
riartiallr tlisKolved Htntc until the Messed
twilight ojiould come down. Dinner!
why wo wouiil sooner nave gnno 10 inn
euillntitie I I.iulit, listless collations from
cupboard kIicIvi aufllced until auiiiut gave
us the hardihood to make tea.
As evening deeoeudod wo became ani
mated with life, uuil, ftlobg ilh bate and
beetles and other devotees to night, went
briskly about onr work. Wo cleared up
the tiibri of lunches,, brought water from
the spring and douched onr thirsty plants,
and descended ill a brigandish manner
through a trap door into, the cellar to aoe
what chances the cream una in us enoim
to rise. And when Alf came in from his
shadowey field labors, we ventnred upon
the preserves and canned delicacies, and
laid nut, at the solemn hour of midnight,'
a comfortini; little banquet of biscuit,
crystal chips of citron "tinot with cinna
mon," ruby shavings of dried bed and
daiuly drams of blackberry wine.
To what lentMi 'this cultivation of the
nocturnal uoylit luive been prolonged de
pended entirelr on our suppl of candles-
.1. i.:i .... i.-LL o,i.
nun fi- an i"K on. i.""- iin"-
al demnud, and the jrarket forty miles
away -had wo not very soon experienced
chance in the weather.
The morning ot one M the last day of
August dawned with moio Hum usual
severity."' ".V deuced sight hotter," Alf
said, "lima auy.day we have. yet expe
rienced." . F.very little breath of a cphvr was curl
ed awftj among the trees sullenly refusing
to come forth. A strange stupor overhung
all things, as if wn evil power' had deter
mined to smother tha weild and had well
nigh succeeded. Iiosa, the cow, after be
ing milked, cropped never a ruotithlul, bnt
Hung licrbPU under tne nearest 1
tremeiiiiiiiis iioviiie Kionfl. i tie nans mono
ill fluster with ruffled leathers, looking
askauco lit the bkv and nooning some due-
fiil projihecv of the diiy to cone. Pog
Tony, ou whom tlie heatjVll with ta-lliug
fury, dug taiiitit'ully into tho gaiuud iu
starch ol dullness, appearing to laUir be
tween the two alternatives of melting qui
etlv back to earth, or bursting forth iu
full blaze. I feared liydrnptiobia, and when
niv niovein. nu were not obaorved, I su.l
dculy eniptiud a bucket of w ater over hi in
from the wind, i w. Solar from 'going oil'
Into (unvuMoiu, Tony,-alter the Aral
shock, evidently oousidered it very kind
me. nnd for a time panted less furiously.
With ns, ax-with thu beasts of the Held,
and the fowls of the air, the day pulsed
lnng'uidly on. ' At noon an Innocent white
clood showed like a dntUif snow aUire the
At four o'clock ft was oh longer a seem
ing snow-drift, but a great . dense jnggod
buiss qf ajouds. in. wilrh uifOswint flushes
quivered and noarsc .thnujers sonnded,
sweeping np darkly and sw iftly ''over the
anil. Tho storm gods were evidently
earnest Una time. Very soon n cool damp
puff of air ciuue over the prairie, followed
by tho luorest caress of a breeze, bringing
us to tho door with joyful exclamations
that it was really going to rain, to be mire
Along tha air came thu sound of tha "rush
ing of inauy watera." Over tho western
fields aiarcliod tha white see Uiiug torrents,
sending out pickets of big drops that smote
the earth hero and there. Another dump
pulT, less gontls than the first, nearly de
prived us of breath, sent the hens careen
ing around th house corner, and ominous
ly tloug dowu several articles hung abont
the wall. We had only time to close the
window Alf making a desperate rush
tho woodpile iubis thougbilulucaaforkiud
ling bet. ire the gale w as around andalxive
Wiuil, luil, ruin and thunder roaring
above, the room darkened to the gloom
night, the keen lightuingshowins Alf look
ing aghast from the- wiudow, and liell and
t ..il. .'. . 1 .1 :. .
mo? ii i i' w V ' 'i. "mr'u,n
ed a ..iotore a,;,! t,ro : "
This was our first lesson 'Iu Western
Mtoiiua. The I'mir MvnU had always
shelttirod us from anything of this sort;
wo stood hluring like throe statues of stu
pidity until All, the un,t to command
faeuUies, roared out, "The riuif -ihtnxj!"
and before we bad caught but a glimpse
the auass of shingles and ratters orushing
im upou our cuensiiea iiorueis ol pun
sies and pinks, he hurried us to the trap
door and tliruut ns dowu with such a thor
ough tegard to dispatch aud prompt atten
tion to bnsiueas that two pans of milk ware
upset and our beads buuipsd most ths
traetingly together. Though the nnblime
and Uie ridiculous were thus .suddenly
blended, our feelings were such that
had tin lncrhrtdion to perceive It ; ond what
ever faint rnye of merriment may have lin
gered in our spirits wers quite extinguished
when Alf bellowed front tho top of he lad
dor that he hoped tho logs would noo smash
through tbe floor and make an oud of
At the baro hint of each a possibility, Bell
saturated with, equal par: of. tear and
milksank into my arm limp with
. , Thus we crouched and listenod. Some
jarring thnmps and the crash of stone
upon the floor above ns. told that tho logs
uud chimney ,wero following the roof;
these most oppalliug sounds very soon
ceaued, and the steady rush of the wind
which had recovered from its flings
plunge and settled into an even speed
assnred ns that: ths peril bad passed. Htill
our honiiehold.goods occupying the chamber
tumbled before the blast, and the rain
on que down with Koch fury that atnying
whoro wo were, and receiving it in little
rim lots upon' onr vninly -'dodging heads,
wa very inocb bettor than areutaring into
tbe Niagaras above.
' A tedious hour pnsserl before ' tho storm
was announced, by AU, as letting up.
Tuntulired by his uller disregard to
shouted inqniries as to tho fate of this
tjiat article we lifted, the- trap.door, . aud
emerged. All' was nowhere to be seen, and
w wese SbakcD by thenew feaT'thnt some
spent mwailo ot th ,atorut iiodt iaid- liim
low, when he staggered into view, beajing
a load of bedding, coat, blanket;'' ihawl
and dresses aud cast them down at
feot, a forlorn pit. - -
11 ' .. . fi r 1 . ... .
loll any smart thunder shower of to-duv
. , -u- t , 1 a
.4tf d iT W"h
ue to run down cellar and lndu amono
1 ,,, . . , . ... 1
.eef ba.r. ls and butter jars.
rV T ".r , .fi(,t,,ft V.roVd aii.1 Hie
. " . . . .,, 1 I
ll was not until dry fucllmd lieen exca
vated fiom the jnnermost dentha of the
wa-Tiie.Bi a roartha; Brl kifullpd, and
onr wet chithes doffed for more comfortable
ones from rain-proof trunks, that affairs be
gan to assume any bnt a hopeless look,
Then, -as if to cheer us stil more, tbe rain
ceased, the clouds tolled heavily off, and
That nicht as we ant np into tho wee
hours, drvinrr bedding, probing the horrors
avf th" gfncfi.l' devastation ftjd fi titl an i
linsnllslaclorv supper 01 urcnu eon iiiii
because the "clmoly' cor.dition of onr com-
hiissary'atores affonled nothing better we
said, one to another, that wo believed we
hadXot niRt of pioneer rife,. jf ; '
drop into a jewel, touched the foliage with
"ianrl.u, atia suunpo.l.npou.tha.ic,
',)in7timest tl.at bl.seil svml-il which
aXV 1 inl bo matter-how many roofs
wvt VVrJn tiff nr Chlmieys- demonahotl,
the . wo d ahould never beTlrown.d again
A Reverend Trout-Fisher.
smne rony lent on, he riove the water a a
a...i. 1 ....t. -1
1 i'oi aiwiii Bcioae-yow niigui, civava u sir.
0 I'ossiljly for live minutes the frenzy Usted.
r ... . til
n nui a -worn was mirreti. ine wa i 01 tua
nn ,h u u the wmr of Uje ,..
Hev. W. If. II. Mnrmy, by profession a
"fisher of nun," is au amateur fisher of
front. Kvery Summer, armed with rod and
(fi,Te tck'-f himself, to the Adirondack
wikmIs and mountains, where ho spciul.i a
month or two in acquiring a atock of health
for his next ministers! campaign. After
rending the following vivid description of
the captnre of n "wicked" fish, one can Im
agine the gusto with whia-h the' Revaiend
sportsman wonld describe the hooking of a
wicked (and Wealthy) sinner, from the mo
ment that the gospel iron "struck" until the
convert was limn.pbaiitlyhauh'aalioardtha
"Old ship of ion.
Header did yon ever land a trout ? I do
not a-k il yon' ever jerked ome poor little
fellow ouljof a brook throe feet across, with
a pole six luetics nronnd at the butt, And so
heary as to require noin namiaann in wen
braced to hold it out. No, that's not haul
ing a Ir.iut . Put did yon rver sit in a Ismt
with nine onr.cca of lance-wood for a rod,
and two hundred foot of braided silk In vour
double-acting reel, and hook a trout whose
strain lirongiit tip ttnd butt together as you
cheeked biin ill some wild flight, and tests. 1
your quivering line from gut to roel-knot?
No onelkuow a what game there is iu a tront,
unless he has fought it ont matching such
a rod against a tbreo ponnd fish, with forty
fust of w ater anilrrrieaU., and a clear, unim.
p.'ded sweep around him I Ah, than it is
that one discover what will and an erf. r lie
within the mottled akin of a tront, and what
a mirntle of velocity ha is when-roused. I
love the rifle, and Lava looked along the
sights itr.d held th leaping blood bock by
an effort ot will, steadying myself for tho
shot, when my veins fairly tiuglo with tho
cihileratiDg excitement of the moment; bnt
if one RlnnYd nut tne whal is in v conceiitlon
of pnra physical hnpptuasa, I "should as-
LfM Hint uiav me n.guesi oouny poamuoo
I ver expect to reach Is, on aoine future
, , ... 1 .. nj
. t. .iT- . 1
and match again a Conroy rod against a
threo ponnd trout. That's what I call hap
Well, as I Raid,' I struck; an J, as we after
wards dixcoversd, tha lingo salmon book
wss buried to the shank amid tha nerves
which lie at the root of a trout's tongue.
Thou came a fight for the mastery such as
never before had I waged with anything
that swims. Vtords would nave mo 111
them to depict iho scrno. Quick as a flash
before I had tairlv recovered niv balance.
partially lost by the energy with 'Whiob I
struck, the trout started, and before I could
Ret a pressure on the line, not twenty yardt
wers leu on ine reel, a tpiiea sinise irom
Jadia, and tho boat shot to one aide; and
lieating stoutly on him, taking the rod to
the last ounce ot resistance, 1 slowly sway
ed him nlKJiit and recoveied a little alack.
After a few short aweepa he doubled on the
line and shot straight for the boat as an ar
row from a bow.
"Double, and be hanged to yon," shouted
John, ah he allied the light shell to one aide
and swung it round so us to keep facing the
fish. "If you g -t under this boat it will b e
because its paddle breaks.
Failing in his attempt to rait under us, be
dove to the bottom. "Let I11111 rest a mo.
uient," mud John: "recover your line.
you'll uced it when he rises, lie's big and
ugly, anil his next rush w ill lie like light
After J had stowed aw ay some forty yards
of line, upon the reel, winding it ou hurd
and evenly, to that it would render well; I
began to feel the fish. The first pressure
elicited only a shake. At the next he des
cribed ft circle, still keeping to the bottom
then osjue again ton stuud still, its acted
ugly. 1 felt then when the rush came, It
would trynerve and tackle alike.- Enjoin.
jug John to watch the fish and favor we all
he could, and by no means let him paas
nnder the bout, I gave quick, sharp inrk.
my arm was still in the air ami the rod mi
st ralghteued, when I caught a gleam -fur
dowu below me, and bofnre 1 had time to
wink the lingo fellow pajUd the wa
ter almost wilhiu reach of uiy arm, nnd
wbeu high np iu mid-air he shook himself,
tho crystals were Uiing iuto my face, per
baps I shall lire long enough to forget the
picture, as that trout for an Instant hung
in the air, his blue back and azure sides
spotted with gold and agate, hia fine edged
with snowy white, - bis eyes, protru
ding, gills distended, the leader hanging
from his jaws, while a shower of poorly
drop were sliukeu from bis quivering sides.
Ho fell: but while still in the air the bout
-lU-a i - 1. 1 , , l. . . a . 1
ciifiwi iiw-aanni, ami WLeu Ufl limruau lllfl
water I wo thirty feet away and ready for
P 1H r " l:""'-. And as ,0 passed us,
iiig.reeL and an occasional grunt from John
a the fish doubled on tbe boat i were tho
only sounds to be heard when suddenly,
in one of his wildest flights, the terribly
taxed rod straighUiiaed itself put with
spring, the pressure ceased, the line slack
ened, and the fish again lay on tho bottom.
Wiping the aweat from my brow ( turned
to John aud said, "What do you think of
thatr i i . .1' .
"Mr. Murray," replied Johu, laying the
paddle down ami drawing the sleeve of bis
woolen (.flirt across, hi forehead, beaded
with perspiration, "Mr. Murray, that
fish is ugly, if be should get the liue over
hi back, he'd auiaub .the rod liko a pipe,
"He won t get it oVor bis buck, replied I.
Ready with your paddle; be' getting toVj
"But I say, eaid John, looking affection
ately at the rod aa be took np the paddle
"if I was in yonr place, And lie did got the
line o-er hie shoulder, I would part my
tackle before I emanhed that rod." - r
"X won t do either. John,", and rxa I an-
Bwored I gave a jerk, and tho tract started
again. But why repeat? Why tell of flight
ami riunea wmcn rouoweur iwice did bo
break the surface a bnndred feet away,
flinging, himself out like a black buss. Once
did he jjsrtiuUy get the leader over hit
back end daubed away like lightning; while
John, anxious to save bo true a rod from
nun, shouted to , me- "part the gut!" But
who ever knew a fisherman, when hia
blood I up, refase a risk td save the game?
I screamed to John to shoot the bout on
onn side; nnd when the last foot of silk wa
given, I advanced tb butt. . Tho heavy
tieh and pliant rod vere pitted one against
the other. Three d.rye lator, In another
atrnggle, the. old red parted; but Jliis time
it triumphed. For a moment the quiver
ing tip rattled npon the bars of the root.
The huh struggled and shook himself, but
lb tenacious fibres would not part He
ct ased to battle, camo panting to tue-sur-lune,
and rolled over on bia side. The
boat shot toward hiid, and as it glided by
John passed the latiding set beneath him.
aud the brave fightor luy upon lb bottom
board. His tailaVross lis base, measured
five inches; and hi length from tip to up
was vsufero inciw and thrt quarters,
T V1,:r.4rTl'c,,r' n,, "Mj""'
aun f IlirnlJl III Y Ol TUP fnArhafeA 'I'liU nl
,moRt U ,Afln """'f ri"
pIt brtwry rmfrrOVW,-
K'S'iii Tx "T,R .TO Ii,.'i
,U T)oihle tenw) S.el U tb. W
..j-aUi. ," ... . -. . . ZL.
IrMpl.' 1 Hnl t,iV.n,-r.'i 1 'Rrff
article is raased between ihotollufs. .h
matters not vrhPtner the cog-wlieels are ohjf
one end or both ends of the shaft, if large"
arlielos disconnect hcin, they are entirely
nsrirss.- 1 ins is very. irnnoTtnnt. rmr s
the larger the article, the greater the strain:
the cog-wheels from separating so far as
to lose their power. AVie KifjUtmi Funnrr.
Cf.mbnt roa Lkatiik.r. The Coachmak
er'a Journal rays, of the many Hnbttaneaj
lately brought very connpicuonsly t" Uotiaa
for fastening pieces, of auer 'ogothei nitd
in, mending harness, joining machinery
belling, and making ahoes, one of the best
is made by mixing ten parts of snlphide of
carbon with one of oil of turpentine, and
then adding enoogh gntta pcrcha to'iDalw
a toiiBh. thickly-llowiiig JiqiiKli I (ti ra-sentialire-requisite
to a thnrough union of
tha parts consists In freedom of the sur
faces to bo Joined frqin, "grease. ,'Tninivy
he accomplished by layin
accomplished by laying a cloth tipou
plying a hot iron for a tune,
The cement is then applied to both pieces,
the surfaces bronght In contact, and pres
sure applied autil (he join is ilrjF.., 1 . 1
WATOa-riirtor Cix)th. To moke water
proof cloth take two pouuds aud lour oun
ces of awim, and fliaeolvoit hi-ten gallons
of water; id like tnaum dissolve- tbaahi
quantity of sugar of b-nd in a similar
quantity of water, and mix the two tognth-'
er. The oloth imini-rsed fur one boursn
the solution, and stirred occasionally," whoa
it is taken ont,. dried in the sliadn; wnshed
in clean water and dried again. This pre
paration enable the cloth to repel water
ike tha feathers of a dusk's back, and yet
allows the perspiration to pass somewhat
freely through It, which is not tho cane with
gutta percha or India-rublier 'cloth,.
Eat, roa Pail Hails. lis bails ofw.
ter and slop pails around the bora .oflou
get loosened or conieott, by th b leaking
of tho earn, and the pail ba to be curried
between tne two hands, because the farm
er has no sheet or hoop iron to mako them
of. Leather for pail ear answers a Rood
purpose. Take a atrip of harness or boot
leather, one inch wrido nnd -threo inches
long, punch a bail hole through near the
top, and took it on with small nails. If tbe.
leather is flood, a Pair of car will lust a
yearns morv ' Pieces of old boot tops svllU
answer weii, iviio turmtr.
ii,r,rm ir i, -.1 1.. . . -il
To Bemovi SrnsTAttcm most tub Eti
To remove foreign bodies from the eyelid,
take bold of the upper eyelid, near its ang
les, with tbe Index finger and tlinmb of
each hand. Draw It gently forward, aud ns
low down as poaaile over tlis. lower eyelid,
aud retain It in this1 position for about a
minute, taking enre to prevent the tears
flowing ont When, at the end of this time
ou allow th eyelid to resume its place, a
lood 01 tears washes out the foreign body
which will bo for.nd Adhering to, or near
to, tne lower lid. -.- . '
To Bon. OoRVrn Birr .Wanla la Iho
roughly anj put into a pot Hint will hold
plenty of water. Tha vtttu ahpiutl M01
tha same care I necessary in skimming it
as for fresh ment It is uot too much. to
nllow half an hour for every ponnd of meat
after it has liegun to boil. The goodness
of corned beef depends mnch on its being
silled gently anil long. If it is to be eaten
cohl, lay it, when boiled, Into a coarse
earthen dish or pan, and over it a piece of
board tho size ol the most. I'pon this put
a clean atone, or a couple 0 Hat-irons, or
sums omer ueavy weigub nail wea is
very much improved by being pressed.
HinRirr s Pt'DDtsfl.- Three lablespoons-
fnl of tapioca soaked in cold water till it Is
swelled enough, then 'add .one quart 'of
milk-, aim pv.i in a uouiiie kettle, or In
pitcher, and set into tailing water, and
when the tnnioca iu snfllcieallv tender, add
the yolks of three eggs, a smidl teacup
sugar, a little suit; stir this into the boiling
milk, season with vanilla, then pour hull
into a uisii, ana tne whiles 01 the egos beat
en to a froth, then nm Uie rniauideru
the top. toq cau tnake it in the morning,
ns 11 is 10 ne eaten com, mid is very nice.
Bread Pi'puino.- Cmmble enough stulo
bread to fill pint towl, boil on iiiut
milk with a stick of cinnamon in it, . 1'our
the milk boiling over tho bread. Throe
tablespoons sugar, two tablespoons butter,
lour well beaten eggs added w hen the mix
ture is lukewarm. Jaice and the grated
rind of a leiunn. . Baisins. or. not as , you
pretor. link throe npiarters of an hour.
Bdttkr Cake. To a half pound of but
ter add the same quantity of brown sugar,
three eggs, tbe nnd of lemons, quarter
an onnre o pounded cinnamon; -and half
uie quantity of powdered ginger: work into
it aa much flour ttl auatt U a Pastel
cut it into shapes or leave it whole, and
strew over tb top some pounded almond
nnd candied orange peel, liuke in a slow
oveu. aa i f r
Ba-crxfuAK .fipMVUK). shaWH"1' a juicy
looe ot beef wiQnmt lunvk; fat, and cut
to neat slice abowt half an inch- thick?
sprinkle some salt and pepper over them,
place a small lump 01 butter on each, roll
them np tight and flour them a little. Line
a basin with plaiu suet paste, fill it with
rolls of beef, add a few mushrooms and
little ketchup; cover up the meat with the
paste, tie nn tho basin in n flouted- tloth,
and boil it three hours.
HAat ToiurJ-'-MeU' a small piece of but
ter in a stew-pan until it is slightly brown
edj beat np one egg and add to t; pnt
as much finely minced ham as would cover
a ronud of buttered toast, adding ns much
gravy as will moisten when quite hot.
When all the ingredients are iu, stir them
quickly with a fork; pour qu Jo the butter
ed toast, which cut in pieces afterwards,
any ahape yon please. Serve hot,
Fbihcb toast. Seat four eggs very light
and stir with thonta piut of milk; lio
some bsker's.bBead, dip the pieoes into that
egg, then lay them in a pan of hot lard ami
fry brown; sprinkle a little powdered augar
and cinnamon, ou eaob pieoe,' and servo
hot. If nioely prepared, this is an excel
lent dish for breakfast or tea; quite equal
to waffle. , .. r . . . : t-
FotisHiD Btiel, Articlis, if rubbed
very morning with leather, will not be
come dull or rusty ; bat if the rust has boon
tulTorjd to gather, it mnst be immediately
roinovod by covering the stool wit 1 .sweet,
oil, and allowing it to remain on tut two
day; then spank'., it oyer wjth finely
powdered tnlaoki lime, and rub it
pousmng leatner. - r
-Woer Mauiialcf., island of-HswajfT ifore
aVala o lake1 sldoby aids, "on or fresh water
and tbe other ealt. Ilotli are far abeve the
level of the sea, and it is believed thero is
connection between the salt iase snd the
ocean. Tbe deposits of salt In the latti.r
now utilized by yarstea f be have just began
to operate there, and will tkusmako the arti
cle very cheap ror ttsblng parties,-
The Deputy Commissioner ef Intornal
Revenue has decided thai dealers In liquors
who sell In quautiiiea of lass than five gal
lons, sad leo in untties of five gallon
sua uawarua, mnst pays specisi is uotu
wholesale and rotail dealers.
Haoam's Maomolia Balk This artirlo
the true eocret of beauty... It ia what- faetH
lonsble laiiios, aetreseos aua.epera singois
nso to produce that oultivttud antntgut ap
pearsnce so much admired iu the cirvtes
laakion.,.. , .j -r . -, i- , -
It removes all nniigliilf Blntches; T-etmees,'
freckles, tan, auubnrn and enacts of spring
winds, and Rivee to ttve ciiuiplexion a blonrr
lug jnirllyof trauspsrsut dehcsij sod power.
Nu jady who values one coinpfexion can
without the Magnolia Balm. Sovouly-nvs ceuts
will buy it of any of our respectable dealers.
Lji.n's Eatbairon is a very delightful hair
Valuable Receipts. Political.
The Republican Party—Impending
,No1!Tv1fi;,; Itlan wITl allcTflpt to gain-
"'v 111 iii-oni'Mi nun tup inniicnce 01 ine
fe",,.,pi"? t,mt the republican par-
tf 6 aibiate Oen. (leant for IW.lnnl
h tr,.rAi,i has been the rnn.i.ni .,! n.
wavering iripnci 01 iirant from the liattlo of
J'iJ.VL'wJ' IW'U liiiwognmtionaa-Prea-4
liTenf. I'.iil llie display of inefficiency and I
.nepotism that has characterized the acta of
the rrcnidont has disgiiHted even the Scotch
stomach of Itennett during the first alt
weeks of lliu new administration. In the
HcrnhJ ot the 'i'Mli, appears a long lender
"From Tiepubl lean journals we are In
J aimed, that the great Washhurne Is little
better than ft small nohfical Jeremy Piddler
ynt he cheated Wilson, of Iowa, ont of the
bile depnrtmerit, and bo humbugged the
President and disgusted 4'orMary Fish in
rrauiiugVniSreSnrne'saxen for all the foreign
appointment before retiring, that there is
no Idteloit letv.eon ff iit and Washhurne;
that Socrctnry Horie is tired of the gold
Iftt'ed Rtraiubt inckeiM Admiral Totter, and
Will get out (if ttYerr Room thai. AfVnn
(ICncral Hoar ITnfc liad enough or Orsrit
cabinet, nnd thntOrnnt himself thinks the
time ror sjnotnrr rccoirrtrncuoa has come.
Frotn the snn, Source4) i tVirthcr annenrs
that at least half tho ltepublicnu Senators
nre snured with Grant's appointments, that
the senatorial disaffectiona against tho ad
minixtretionarenat limited tortpragrae, Uoss,
('orbSiJuiiz and lfarsufi ItroW nTow by any
means: inni ine panv efliietw in aimont
every alale excepting MaHsachnaetta and II-
iianis pnnsiihir the nrr.siih.nt n -poor stick.
hrrd that b Will fliul it put hi -tbe coming
fall elections, Hint, in short, ill failing to
bring about withiirwiity days, the millen
nium of Tittlebat Titmaase, "everything
for overyliody, ' the ndminiHtration is afail-
ure and "the party machine is smashed."
After narrating the quarrels among the
llopnhlicnn lenders In New , Y'ork, Phila
delphia and Washington, the Herald onn-
eludes: . i
"But trhere Is nit this mutiny and uproar
among the powera that lie to end ? "V'e
shall be broken up," says senator Trumbull
nniesssome administration will sot the ex-
(inple, or snirto legislation will compel it.
of making thu price of office Rood behavior
only." He says, moreover, that "the Scenes
and the scramble of the last month are dis-
arareful. that congress . ia beoomincr d.
moralized nnd pftralyred, - and wnles we
bnve a great reform in this business ef the
spoils,' "the polities! state of the country
will be degraded beyond recovery." Our
opinion la that a terrible recoil will tome
upon tbe corrupt and demoralized party in
power, nnd Dial a wholesome political rev
olution will follow, in bringing a new party
Into the foregrounds Thus, w hile the signs
oi me times indicate that the present ed
ministration will bo a disnsterons one to
the republican party, we think it will be
good for tho country. In the policy which
Ocn..Qraut is pursuing of faithfully nnd
rigidly oavrryiug ont the In w and the orders
aud tbe wishes ol congress the consequen
ces nre becoming apparent to tne people,
and thus tlie dominant forty through -its
own derides. Is rapidly hurried on thertad
to ruin. Andy John vni,' from his policy of
opposition to congress. Kept nis party alive
and fiirnished It with political capital for
every election; Ornrrt in giving to congress
and tho party programme full sway, nnd In
aarryiug not the party law ; or rotation hi
otllce with nn tinspaiiiug baud, is in a fair
way tn the, inauguration or a new and more
startling aiiddo) -prngresslv revolution
I nun i mil w hich cuiniinnieu in nis election.
esav, then, let him go on. and let it
corns, . A, sweeping revolution is the ouly
remedy lor universal corruption.
The sham instincts of Dennett have en
abled him for thirty years to scent out with
grant moouracv the decline uid tall of politi
cal parties.' lit blunder ot uraiit, and
the.HultuthueHsitndklihnueHty of hi loading
upporutrs, indicate to thoiloruld tb cer
tain result of their mismanagement and cu
nitlitr.. .Tlie promises of honest v and eeon
omvhe shows to be thus far simply a snare
And ili lilfloli l.ir the people.
tienocu "i nc 1 Tmonuizntion 01 ins itermhi T
ii'; .xi -1 tit t: 1
The President's Supporters.
There is a legion of discontented renilbll
cans in Washington. Cameron openly rrvs
"Without taking tnv advice the President
BinVSooretury f Htulo suci-csded in giving
a constitutional dmukard a good mission,
nnd ft ronstitutiriiinl thiol a eoiiRiilato, be
sides crediting 1'ennsvlvnuin with a secre
tary ol the navy who has suoceoded within
weeks in nddiug tua . party ol every
woikiiigniau's vote. Tlie only minister we
have (except a negro, who cannot be a voter
in our Btaui) m a naun set down lot Jtuswa.
who ought to be sent to the I.opos Islands
Wee ihiiiio mhioiW. ". Sclmrz savs to and
of tha lresident! "Vfmr aelections nro uu
known, men wlio do not represent th party
or conduce to its strength in the state of
Missouri. ' And to the senate: "i hope
the lueu who havo mil .dured to impeach
one l'resideiit will not flinch before the face
of another.'.' Ross, Fowler lind Brownlow
bnve openly broke Vjith the President, and
HnrtgiisKays: "tie is utterly tied tip by
the politicians; t have no ' hope ol him: I
havo dupurted from him." Mr. F.dmnnds
takes pains to suub the president on e.very
occasion, and (ten Duller suid when Grant
raved oil the tenurSMif-titlloe question:
.Ti.I t..,sld..jfi .il...ii i.nu. ....i.:..-
i.V ...U...K u. AI.R-nii UV nu , lull 111
Hi biw.thiui an old hn, and any
furl hlia around his) fiugors."
une n w
litn. CIbakt'h Hbat.ti. A Washington
conespondent of the Chicago Tribune, after
reconittiug the scenes ot tho omce seekers
campaign, save:' ."')' .
The president has a care worn look: That
solid, 'btg-grwined luce and com pact body
are more Immunized than the war trial ever
made them. His body is bent over; he ait
in tbnt hip-deep way which shows wean-
noss, and his eyes nre crow-lootsd, with
lunguor mid sutioty plainly bespoken ta hi
' It is no woudor that with the Intrigue aud
insolence of the whole nation turned npon
him, opening up pits (ind gulfs of hnniau
nnTnro which aeolJjst never fathomed, the
sense of health and calm magistracy in the
new President should be troubled- He lent
kislwitnoiHiuati(iU ta the beoute on Thurs
day, ai)d thru as cue of his assistant told
me: r . -1 y j
"Tho Gen. drow a uiuhtonus pitoons sigh
ai d suid he wished he equld walk so fur ia
to the country that be could never and his
war bark." 1 ' 1 1
lie did, in fuct, tuke a long walk, an
thitia the first recreation be ha bad, to
my belief, lor many day.
A Wax ht Deii Tamoa im htrJii-i-
Tho burqae Golden Fleece, noon disoharg
ing b.or cerga ef oa Buffalo, th 6th,
ovorrun 2li bnuhels,' for which th con.
signoo, on settling with the vessel, allowed
hs than the market price, nnd charged
cents for elevating, which charge had al
ready been paid. This left the net price
some 6 cents a bushel less than the market
price, whon, hud the cargo been short, she
would have bson charged full rates. The
Express calls this sharp practioe, and says
tno vessel uoitis tuo remedy in Its own
haiica. The surplus, where there is any,
should not. tedeiiverod, tiulesa a sejarute
receipt is given for the amount.
TaHrWUBT Aft fJWXrTTBT CoD I.TVCB On,
in tbe woiii.d is Hazard 4 Caswell's made
on the see rdioro, from fresh, selected livers,
by CAaVTELL, HAZARtr Co., Mew York.
Jt is absolutely purs snd-ewecf. Parties who
'have once tak"n it prefer it to all others.
4'hysicians hareUeoi led.it superior to sny of
lino oinor ens in mai Eot. bold by all drng
'iftat.' I " ', - .
I aCBAPI'&B HaMPS, FaOF, lUltoO SSW, &
rnx, vmgworni mail iiueum, ana an oilier
k-uuutsou afieclioiis cured, and the Skin
made softend smooth, by ruing the J-unwtr
tm Soap, msds by CA8VMlLL, HAZnJiD
Co.. New York. It is more convenient-snd
t'aslly spplled thsn other remedies, avoiding
the trouble oMhe greasy coupowuds. ow In
rise, Mold by all druggista. . - :
Pbivati modical aid.
Mead Ur - Whittkt'4
i.Pln Nnn ...
Gideon Welles has returned to tha awaal
quiet of Hartford.
- Moonlight baptisms are becoming popn
r in Indiana.
A ereat base ball tonrnamenl will he hal
In Hyrscnse In June.
"Tfieri was a eTere h RirahirrnTrTTli ' VoT
gion of Memphis on the night of the 6th.
-Don Piatt will soon ptibliah in took form
his Washington lcters to he Cfncinnati Com
An'oiyera tronne arill r, rlrwm 1.K 1 -.
land Oppra House, Saratoga, during the eu-"
The Young feeif i fThrtsiianl Asmoiallnn
ss now In I'.urone 5r.7 hrsnches. with s mem.
.now HM 1 pofrtiTatlrm or "
incresae of about 10.000
n.,,Al..l k.. 1 1, it,, n 1 1.
li t ueriArtj tiipy will isna lUO
Holy Father no, more money.
Near rtllstiffrgh, on Tliursday.'s bov, In
ran, fired a pistol at two otaert, dulling' one
and severely wonnding tap other.
ll.la m A . 1. . V .1 . . . , . .,
F.neland enntalna Qfl noo one ini.Ki,...ia.
Is land is owner! hv Ml oikl nlvml. it h. i '
000,01s) more women thsn if has men. '
I Tk. nniiinH -I AIM... t i - .
the state of Ohio is 1,019,102, only sbont flve-
lunula ot wuom,Bre regular attendants.
Tho press fcr Pranr Va'. ariai.lna ti
prnaecntion by Iho governraont the peat
year, and paid aSo-OHO francs In the war of
Bridgeuort. Connecticut ! ,.n.i.t
II ordSr from the-'Huanial. lln,rnmani t.iw.
tlie msn-lifaelnre ot lolaKIIKH m.i.ii.
ridges. V- f ST 11
-The's'iliflTi aT ..I', ...V
dispensed with InMhe' VeiinvVlvsnia State
In-Maerh Hliean Waa an arrWaJ a-,f 1 anar r
wslsr mnli.Bs, 4,0iicoonata snd 400 bnnohas
oT haristsv.1 at Han rreaeieeo. from the Kaad-
o .,- . ,.1 'T 1 r- 'r-t
- Houth Carolina 1. am. In i. ...
cull ursl convention, at which an endeavor a.
win ue maue 10 inrin oouutv eooioties to Itn
port white labor. V t
There are firo
in rati, ehiefly Support?! by advertisomenta
eeking the.eyee of American trftvolers'
and ilaerei senon lark 'of cisblishiu; '
r m -- v ' - 4 a- t . .
A whole forty lost tons', te rmg 809 ftaf- .
low of tnrre Ml in mors than f.mr hundre i"Ia
Ciunds of whslohouo wa tskmi near Cape
ookont, North Can "Una,-about tno weeks.
since. . .. J " s. '.
! Tlie New York sIaAa aimmt..(ftiA.'. i..
rnhiblted Ih nosttna- in n .. .i,.
of modical handbilU, or bills gTvlnKlnotice of
the sale or exposure to ssle of sny nostmra oi-
nsuioiM. 'I. a.j-
Nnrtherrrctnltat vlnCT Iaui iJL
ly luT-okoil, the Iht-limoud aloei surlui are bo
Ing rebuilt, anil will bo supplied witU new siaC
improved machluaij. 'ThJy are oiDoatod to
roopen nextrrrmlii. .
Mr. QilmoFs has waind aaiulil
March, wnttou UxM Natkal fence Jnhile
by an Itaiwn ooinpoeer, whose namols not
to bs mad kanwn until jndgmsat I paasod
apon tbe coihpoaitkm. -' -
Among the incident of tbe late storm in
St. Louis,4 was th itnrn of a sportsman
'th fiv dozen snipe whiuh -ha found killed
by ths hsif. - A pigeon was brousbt, duaum.in
tl.e.cit-;byh.ii:stonv4. .. r . T
- On hunrtrefl sniVfiriyVieVb' Voodtaha?'
in Wcnham.Msas,, balonglna lo a Mr.VYbite.
were burned over on Wednesday last. Two
thousand totda of basd wood ready far mar
let were alao.aleetrovsda , i .. t
A muOYnofh t.lrw-t Af ttraniL
fret lung, Uiirty-oiKhl feet wide and thirty
one feot deep has twa vixen ont of a Hich- "
rnonat va,rrirry. -tt contains 111,010 Cnblr?
(cot and -weight H.TfiS tons,' Hr 18.6ja.0OO
I -The Joel produce 'el T the' Pnlted Htstel
ro.thivvM liW-etnrmntd tn- 38,500,00a 4
tone, of which ttJOO 000 tons woro mined In
PnhnsylvanU'.'iTheknthrscite coal fields uC
11. fl.l.l,nl.,a .n .1 . . , . . I . .
..... .uuHiiiu aquarat miles I a ay
territory, while in tha bituminaoe-'uehte even a.
t,MAi stuan) muse ase errruraosd,
-Tbe' boapskiit bualnO.ha'jlirliunoWaL.,
Ct., Is dying-out, . Farms who tormerly di-
ployed from fifty tonne boudre hands, nri-
eipelly girle, how only emplnv from si to
nrteon,-'"" , -aj. - -
... .--"V - .'... Hl
' w-Ji Ibrsavstoev brisk house IS by 40 feet,
kiid iu the coualriiction of which 42,1(60 brisks 4
were used, wss built in-lnoaater, Pa., last
week, in lilt hnrs..and ueraona sara Urln.
In it within thrwe (lavs from the time It was
rofnnienced. -,.' J'.",,, .
-Th 1'orlUudVUam Packet aanpany"
have ran their .slewnMre between- Portland
BimI Roston torthe -tss rwenty-Hve vesre,-
making I5,0ts pssssgis snd rnnnlng 'VboO,-'4
OuOmile. i.'Thev hsve transported. l!C0O.0OO
...uonm.A-f, - ,.S S r.Art fflVi rt..4.. I '... 4 a
r"eu'Fi VUVIV HJ1 IU w Difi uv.
a-A lad of 1!, InTittehnrgh, bonghl IInal'-"
n four auloon Tin Prmary of last wsoV;,.ana'
il Mondxj' JcJced li4o.imtioll agauiat tha,
deslers for sellTiift ll.mur on' Iho Sabbath,
i bi-iiiiik liquor on uie naonaiu,
ed tliKJ.sd thu infoimpr' foe.
n-eaat girl befng bantered on day
if her rrrflale friends MI ftgsTd to '
who had the' mlrfortuno tahattl
AMU aeuvneu aa iuu uiiormpr s toe.
bor lover, wlm had the mlrfortune lo have
but one loii. K'nliud: Pooh. I wouldn't have
a iuau wiik.twii legs they'raioe onmnaoal" a
i-One of th sable- trrtnstrele t- Koirart
Hal) declared last night that every (log must
hvo lil day: A 'nglcsl youth 14 the gsilerv-,:
thinking that he saw U) the oUl saw auliaoeia-
sisUucy, eried 6n thai Uuitoyvere mra, '
11H41 W ,! '",.
,. Vh mall eontrsMnva on efaav Hotiitk
ovrlmf rrmte have entereit" tntrr't emitrtor''
Heretofore the bullion has been, osi-jtyj ty
Ban Francisoo and thence toTng'hd. -
Arocent booTt"bf lilalorl'al rominlscenc'eB
of, the Hniiso 0fjfbrrtriitjpg 'h'firratss .fbCw
laUHhable I ajliuti of Ono wlto.l-osa uljf j
primed for a Ursl Uempt. ; lie eaid ;i ir m
Speaker, I sia eetonislieii. ir. I ss.a4ua m
lahed , sir, l-ara aaVonished," stwt tbeei
bis astonlBhment veream- him "and lie
sat down, never to rise In ParUamont agklaf,
I The approaching completion of the Pa
li tic Itallroad remiuds the Han Frsnciseo Bnl
lerln that at the time of-the Atlantic eabt4-4-
eniebration In that city. In lHOt. one ci(l(on
placed (o. his tljop window sulilarj'calidls.i.
i. . 1 - aa--- taa f,
tiive us a railroad taiAue.ststvs.
&iaVll I'll pay tsr esualas sl blsbeat IWteS."
I A itoman Cathilio aiee4 has given a say-,
mgs t'uk-tn Oarlestown ,lIas.. twoi)uj
of fifty dylluis.acli, received tliro4(h.tho
i-uiiiaaaiuuai, suit ar.uuauuucu AS isaen
f rem tha luuiS iimder false preteaisaaj. ay I
,-A'plumbuhT Davenport, Inwa. borlghf
$5,000 jiuuudsiff Atuj bll bucWos .at , Book,
Iaiasia, tua- aUtal stiveitouU-s ptMiud. TliAs.
cost uearly a dollar a ptiau4,-aiiaa would have
uppHed as-Aiwiy of mor than 300,000 men.
Thuy are to be melted down for the brass and
solder, c r a j " in. V araf
-aIba firtolegratliip dispaUh from Whit.,
Pius -tu baava li'twlae'l, - ileled Ap4 lllh,,i
was e .euilARRsa-. "lf'awaHl;kiw amid -ah
olonr) irrtfc-a dwsllere by he esav 'Ail '
a criMuiuu fus unour ouiminsuaa at
iciaeoa. -'Iha commitiee wished to exaniiiae a
liH .A BnliaiA - i.-.:.. M.H,,., , i . . .
J orrwhlch shesra entirely Ic'uor'snt.- v"What
is music r - -nmsie is an art devoted to liar"' .
mouy slid htrod for pleasure. Nqw, as war "
noj her to. jmiuse xiurscives, supuose '1
pass-to sous taiiier kU'iajeut." Til aWuiiluttosWe.
smiled aad passed the scholar.
An Ioe"'rtiante!grtrphod to a sheriff In
Illinois dirootlng the t-rreat of a man who
was eloping with hiewife. . lis added, "He
owes m onavaiasslrw4) atoltara. .1-, -sy,
lut-kire fro."' t . . r - aa . i.
-aA tkuel "isupoiljn' f alLrJ!iiVH.
aotrei. aud an editor who criticised heiipfA
fonutnees. She shot otf vHock of hi hair,
deekatatt he iajeeltei boeor avenged, and 4 iai
Banus aujoui iiva an evowaituAi repaaa.'' a
YlisdjrilliaiiiS aurora borealu . waiter?
on tb 16th of AptU. xuited greet atleuliou
in tuglsud,. At Oreeuwich, atan altitude cf
23 deess, wars of light Boomed tt rise
au4 Weak like the foam of waves ynrt T
oveeaaAiuly ehor..;,, ; .. .. . .
iTbe iUll f a land tnrtlo, with tno tleifh f
frctlily pitted out; full lulo rerihan.Ct)iinr4'
the other day, brobably from theblwJ of,a"
esgie rdvp had mad a dainty dinner of him.
Florida it i'ea t 'V Ifca ae 1 'l!u fri1hi. ..
proving chsraofer ef the essigroaiae V that
state. 4'ne llow-ef dyentuieraappesrs to
hsve ceased, sol. those who nJr go there
Adeorgla corroejionaehi diisniatn
Southern puoplo hsvs any ides of enga t"'
iu lil J j uu.a i.,.,mn.,B," aie Rya re n i -
havs ''quit making revolution antf-'Aseu. to "