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Poetry. MY LOVE.
v r,yy " la m"". bet is aarohaay . t r
" - re roarSiiakA, totm and -, ' , 14
Tnat gather Ughtly whan aba t-peakt,
T T"''!' A4WowjKii4H-aaepao-toRw. "
J Bfc rum mnrt Hfc-i rrnmf nh'ta Ttun.
Wittun whoae heart b!uetl,
Softly aofoldtng m it frrowi
Bat ah, toaadbetystl (
i iiBhi1i1i Br aotUBB it -'
. Her wmie bda veil thca from year sight;
Ami fHUui -Bdamlv with hcbt: --.;
An A when b bean of tome dintre ,
And on tlx laches tears an wet, ' -
They look with soah paused tendorueaa
- Bat ah. lhave BOtlonnd her yet I
v a- - , ; r ,
V- Acroaa lk-rorow In erB braldi ...
toamootlilji aid her gioaav hair:
. - Ht love has Baed ol nofaiaemida,
,1 Or tricka of dreaa, to mate tar (Mr. :. v
- - Bhe oa not ed from afUamtraina
-w' A gorgeas dignity to gt ;
. v-, In her aofVijonielydraBe ahTelgrja . :
- entahj iaTanotfonadhoryetl.
gha winaTtmr heart a hundred aajai 3 j ,
' . laying albht hand oiyair arm, '
Showina ia all aha doea and says "
a AAtrvT deferential charm;
Hrrrtnr xboat wlih'quM rr-kar:
r ;Rock OoUa tnlngj jon aooa f anret,
. Atthoagh they ateal your lore apace
w - Butaltr-iaave no, found her yet 1 p -- ,
- BerfanafBlnByheartlwrar; v ''. -' '
"- -MykT,jny faith, are all her own;
---- a een oay-aHe prepared for her '
"V. .When aba ahall came and take her tbrasa...
, .flreanaol what tfca world arUl eem
1 So much nere bdEht-when w have met:.
' I wonder, ia It all dream t -
Bntah, Ihaenot fonad scryatt
HOW I WAS ENAMELED.
HOW I WAS ENAMELED. A Remarkable Confession for a Woman
to Make. From Moore's Rural New Yorker.
BY MARY A. WAGER.
: is r
rre kept the Affair s profonnd aret for
more aoan a year, pin uart n iwuh,
tr-and tnullT bocaOBffl'Te no knack iol storr-
, telliug. , Xo teU a story, in a fascinating
and profitable, (pecuniary) manner, the
narrator most place the gist, or keapeL far
-nnriffh aw&v. an that distance will lend
enchantment to the riew, and approach
tne aeoret cy a aenei ox arasao ana mean
derirur natha.- '
80 1 know I never Wis bam for a story
teller, aa I. like to have people Talk
Knight into the heart of the- matter at
Anm- talk inat aa fast as thpv can. laarinff
oq( ail naperuuium, miu ucvor DKi(7pin
-ito breathe nntil the secret is nnfolded
.After that ther can enlaree upon details at
their pleasure. Bat for this once, as I
hare Bach a thrilling and mniqne subject,
and every word of half of it as true as yon
live. I'm going to make the moat of it,
. and essay to narrate it iu an artistic and
professional manner, and thereby esl&b-
-T Tiari a mnntation that will be Btterlv nrein.
diced to any and all other story -writers
who make -tbe'Bwel New Yorker their
stage of action. - 1
while dallying oyer mattonrchops and fried
puiAbuee aui9. uiciuuub' uiia m uj
j 'f boarding noose, and -glaiicing at intervals
over tne columns 01 uie new xora: neraia.
be benefit oX my neighbor (a bachelorsea
- apc&ra, viio was as wicaea aa o was pii-
At ii .1 r 1 1 : J
? - r. TwartiasmeKt. which I read alond:
' '"TotBXADTEs. M. Blnand takes infinite
pared to nae in the most ehannin? manner
f . n 1 , r 1 1 r : . i .
ine new xrencn xajaiutu jur oeaauiTina; uw
. complexion, t This preparation is purely veg-
CTJllf llll lg UQICkUIUIlB HI U1C
- akin, bat an contrcan, softens, beantifies and
- renders it brilliant and remarkable. M. Bi
nand also trims the eyebrows and eyelaabes
- in a most artietio manner. Ladiee may feel
. " .--. aaonred that allcoandenoes will be regarded
' i -with sacred honor. Ca!l upon or address
M. BINAUD, 5550 Broadway.
A nsTjeetful silence ensued after I finish.
ed. Then the hostess spoke: "It most be
, Prenoh enamel that makes women's faces
see on the street; they look sq like china
delta." -, - i r.
- "I thick the Lloom of Xonth' imparts
lllsal wUipu4WU w an aMAUvuuwii auj a
- aomewbftt pteexve Udyf Mho tried to speak
Hnaiwninncrv 1 av-Vi a raal T alanniVrtf hnvn
tinLul V. A annolinnonana if Ttinnri harln'r
left her ooal scuttle staading in the hall
MAMtifirr vitKi aa MfitM Kif4ta 4wa
VUV uawuiug tua a a vaaiDV mtuv si 1 h
"Now that the adyertisemect has been
circnlated at table, I suppose we shall soon
have an ocular demonstration of its beanti-
lying neota.r was ine captain s comment,
. as be embraoed bis huge moustache with
- ; "Possibly. I have been told that barbers
sawaJI V o 1 a 4 rnnrnrfi tnmnf rVtaiv f rva-i waT-iy V
bottled beanty, and that men, in addition
to having kair and moustaches artiBtioally
trimmed, emerge divinely radiant, and ut
terly without wrinkle or blemish on their
, manly faces," parried a bright girl down
the table. . - -
' - MolMririiiiAlla bs RJirrirRtirrn aw nowsrl
" Frenchman opposite; "In Paris ze ladies
be enameled for six months or a year." In
deed, wa hardly know what se true skeen
t "It is wearing a' mask indeed," vouch-
f I Ik. ni...M a, QnA1, m waw In
.LI. lutinn tnn , v.Ajf nnoJ J attnnn'
i ! - : .1.. aLn k.l4 M Miirfum Ii 111 il ft.int nil
( , 'mg m p i 1 .1 . VUVArOM.
' lavAra nf nlfu.tr of Ptriis ! Rut I onnnnH
comfort or even cleanliness, is atadis-
- v ... count with a woman it ane Is on the alert
... . tot beauty. -I speak trntn dor I notf" ad
" dressing his last remark tome.' '
-if BuppoBe ou can, J replied, "al
': - though I dont endorse all this ta-k about
" white-washed faces.' But this advertise
' - 'riot only intimates and suggests, bat really
" confirma suspicions J Jbave secretly har
V , bored against women. ' I would so much
,cliketo know if such aJyertising cnirlatans
; ' . are pateoniaed by respectable women !"
i "I haven't At doubt of it," blurted out
ln.ni-.ju. A ..iui inn nf Via Run
He had a -way of saving things that set-
-sj f Had' aH farther questioning with timid
' r'-nl. 'Tlnl'T vaa tint u.fflaf. ttf. Oaoilv
-' and if inwardly convinced, would not have
- - ' sueotimbed after hearing his remark. Some
people, you know, cause as to run up the
?i flag of negation without our knowing why.
- 1 . T. a.. BilrT. Ik acualinflr srm aftnukti-n
.find it is because they have such an gotis-
2. '.i-i .m MM.n. rf .Ivo Iwyinai vinik. in I nnir
UV nOOU. .UIV "l.-JO WMM B.MB . ..I..
'".udgments and indifferenoes; and you feel
. - i . :a u i :
- willing to spito jouu-eu ' au-uHuetauij
'' ' '-order to put sdisoorint upon,' their a-ser-t
W. tions. ' ' -'" '"'.-p.
"Xoa ssn eeefly satisfy yourself," he con-
l!nnJ im J.nni.fnll-l .att-Mll -lifl-nflV
; of his, "by calling at the establishment."
'"Oh I but I couldn't do that ! i snontd
"'want to be muffled and masked and go
- - .Iimui Mwiam. fd. Hu-k- mt .hat.
; upon which I left the table, and the mat
. ter was never again referred to, -and -like
iwir juiuMuuuB v. ..mi i j v.vum. - t I
the present stirfaoe, was forgotten and
n id j mioa oj uio noi liwruuig. ,
Tfl WT-.yrrV. ktWAl lkAAn m. WOaOaT lfttJIT" Hit
: events it was nearly Jane, and X was sann-
tenng along liroaaway. xc was not,
And I wu -tired and oDnressed with the lan
sort of sluggish nervousness that sucoeedB
overwork, when- I would have given
easy chair and have Marcy run her fingers
" k .-iV. nw A 1 1. J k.
. cool ihe tadgied, heated, and largely eurl-
11 . JCa.l Ul Aa, U-Ck. BUB . kvniJCU
. yellow, but v which the tjoya
-jr-a-i .-tkAlTiiTifT. nr. 1 r (nv " TCnfc M
' '" Aa m In Toina i cm it. -k-ftfl -ili.
'.t where she might that very moment have
' .'dipped her fingers in snow to ooolmyeye
-- ji t a v i .i
--J3air ir5iit7 i- -3 if branches."
T mafk rli.r-iMvri-i al mrn and followed
it into the eahlishmettt. I didn't expect
.. .. to find Mmwy's cool fingers or sympathetic
i - restful touches; but I was not so squeam-
taVi - n '!, -IMO--kjKlat WltiS VPII a 0
j'man pawing over my head, as the delight
. of having my Jiair dressed is the chiefest
" ' ' ' ? . ..Hi.nnlia At. i n-7 TTI tW t T -lAtitinil
VI PQUBUVIM -P-IJ-.J i---.-. i i
" '. ' because it is an ondispated fact that
: " ' v pie o wsuctituted ixiesess an angelio
- POIUUUJU, mtMA mm m . - J - "
. . Lave of being angelic, of course I am
- be pardoned jor Keeptng u unu ui
- - mind. - . -'Z ' i.i - '
- U wa a laiy time with the establish-
. meot,. evidently, for one lady only
present and she was being finished off
' . . little side room by the artistic" member
ol the staff, who was a keen eyed, hand
" r- some, middle-aged fellow and had the
eial and persuasive traits well developed,
ooording to Fowler and Wells. .
' Alter seating myself in the 'onsoriaT'
. ,,1 chair, the "artistio" member looked
' ., .' over and gave the attonding barber
- directions how to proceed and arrange
hsir, and oocasionally looked in a pen
. 'work to see how it progressed. After
hair was dressed I Jras shown into
'finishing" room, where the ''artist"
:;tot,-no. --"yiarcoNNELSYiE, omo, huday, xovembeiui. isto. ;, ,- , : .whole no. 317.
. Wal iaV I m m W - . ;':
speoted the work and remedied any defects
that soenaea ms i-ana. -vner prouuuucnjK
ih. hivir "cnlBTirlirl "the color "onarmmt.
and tl enect.oi its arrangenieuki
ly," and befraying by Us accent a French
brogne, "he looked- in my face in a most
admiring manner, and said, in a low tor:
Mademoiselle, may 1 ten juu .man.
-L 1.1 MUi J.'li in Ask?" .
,.T.iL-onn 1 hfuln't the vaiTUest me
what the fellow meant or wanted.-. I dida't
know whether to feel insulted ana resent
the affront, by taking French leave, oran
nihilatine him with awoliey of wordsttnd
looktk. 'Was he about to propose maraage
or murder, or strike a bargain lor my navr r
Tv mind touched on a dozen things, ut
eaughtat nothing. . . ' ,
- "it would ntll you iook no iuvihj, -
.li.ni viiK Tun, nnmlA eTas and
WlUUUktV, J " i f . -
yellow hair; everybody on Broad way would
turn to loo a at you. tua wwu k
dozen admirers seek in a your smiles before
the end of the day." ... :
- "What do you mean, siri i oo-nnitui
people to stare at me, nor have crowd of
wiuess admirers," I had. the grace given
me to kay-. 4., . tm. - - :it
"I mean just this, mademoiselle: I
have a harmless preparation which upon
being applied to the face" . .
s At this moment my evea cuwiuiici -
nWnakvrl ATtitA HHQfiite TOO Vith
' French enamel, as used by the ladies "of
the French tJourt, lor saie nere. bi. -ui-naud,"
and in astonishment I interrupted
him with! - . ' " ' "
44 A nit vaii ara IT. ninaud? and do you
enamel women's faces, and trim their
eyebrows, and lashes? and is this 6550
Broadwayf. ; - . '
nv.. a e-rnat man ladies some
tn Iwk anaiTinlnrL and sometimes their
husbands ooma with anem,
Ttnf iinAan't it rnm the oomDiexion r
"No. it imorove It. and makes an old
uwa4-i-a TnAlF warn WrtTll-HT Vnor fkca wonld
rciakJU kyun j , - -
not need mucn,Dui wuero urao -
les and ridges to fill up and maks smooth,
it ..imninaa inTloh tnnrA. YoQ dO UOt USe
cosmetics, I obserre, but I could improye
you so. much; give your eyes pocuim.
kii;.H. KwiBrlrAnincrtha eyelids. makintr
U. IIII.IIV.JT B - i J
tne lashes look heavier, and darkening and
arching the -eyenrows. xueu, bmuu
: Mni tvt faitK lia enritinned
jCTVUkg kUUJ U, 1
IUB kVUkkk W CIII.IHI- " "
and ses how you like it, miss. Do you go
out this evening?"
t oV.nl I attAnil an Art BeMDtion
for" an hour or so.- How much do you
charge for performing sucn magical re-
-There are my charges," and be hand-
.... i . t J . .il?
ed me a printed circular, ana x raw. xv.
-u ......linn ttn ilnllB.ro for six months
uUWW-U.lilwia0''---- -j .
one hundred dollars; forone year one hun-ii-kul
,nn ananiv.flndaliiirB. '
Here, without any preconcerted Action
on my nart. the knowledge I had been
anxious to obtain was drifting upon me.
hn winin airnrn TinanRuuiv kja aiuiauii
UU. WIUI. " -' . - -
.A Ara Inllai-afnrnnmethinLT at once SO
antagonistic to my principles, as well as
useless 1 l aeciaea no, aaiu kj, uU
t. Tna a--Het HpuunAii me wltH
x am sorry. Miss, you think you cannot
afford it, when it would make you look so
very amingue. may a no umm
moisselle does with her time?" - "
' Yes: I've spent part of it in idle talk
. -. i T Kn.. 0v nil liunnrrnv
oere wiui you. a. uij oj-4
i . -nifinr, onmaiViinD fflT TIP WHOftrkPrtk.
-ijn, you are wnat is -"juiou.ujna wu-u
blue Etoctang, men, awi juu wiiw.
irvik mrM lmmr fna larlv on the Tnumrn
who writes of fashion and other things so
charmingly? - I enameled her face the oth-
J .nil ana u on .'alAiTant 1 She iS
agent, too, for the propagation, ana makes
a fine prons. one i-wmiuoi-iko mm
fashion readers. Couldn't you do so, too,
KTiaa T he insinuated.-
"I couldn't teoommend anything I know
nothing about," I answered, feeling dread
4v.ii.. nnui-nfnr'ahiA nnrlAv his talk, but en
during it all for the sake of the gossip that
would leas on. . - - ; -
.-kT. it. a a T tll mn what I will do.
Ton interest me so very much, and I should
so much like to see the effect, that I will
enamel your face and prepare your eyes for
... . .ii i . 1 V . . mMmanta
AOlning. It Will Mia.o -""a w
Sit down in this chair. -
I sat down perfectly astonished at my
-ir k- k. anamAlArL in braad day li&ht
with neither veil, mask or carriage to hide
my head in, ana witn pieniy 01 youym
see that afternoon., .
: Xte grtist laid my hair Emootbly back
r. n.. fau. mhhAi. off tha surface with
kkUkkk wj "- . .
4 ainth and m ahont to use
a cpuiii if-.". w"."i -- -
pair of scissors on my eyelashes and eye
'No sir ! i you'.shall do nothing that
. . . it f liVa'
lUbO, J4 X 4kaki.rt
nnnn thA PT t minntB.
jakkkkiva auuw .
The metamorphosis shall omy do oj me
most temporary character," I exclaimed,
earnestly. ; . .
Aa you wish, Suss; put you are mo os-
er," and be prooeeded. -. . a sponga wno
th tha linniA AnameL and a coat
ing applied to my face, care being taken
. f -. 11 V.n4 Ik. nnaa -h I n anii
lO appiV 1W WtUl 44- 44VI.-W, -
yes. He then proceeded to fan me, as
drying process. After being dried, he Ap
plied A wmte powaer wuiua 41 a -ja4044.j
robbed cn. with -the same .care as
liquid. With a black pigment he deepen
ed tne coior 01 me vjbwvwb, --
narrow brush dipped in black, made
a row of tiny dots around the edge of the
under eyelid,- ana was ia i.-A-i444k.
dropped in the rain test bit? For the pink
tinoA nn th nhftuks and lips, it might
nave been aoented carmine. After repeat
ed finishing touches, and critical - viewing,
he handed me a small mirror with the ex
ultant exclamAtion, "Now just look
yourself." ' . ti .
1 was obliged to confess that the Artist
had done himself great credit, . in trans
forming an ugly thing into one of Apparent
beauty; And it gave nun courage
proposition, : whiolT was, that
... . . 1 .11 k- nukUUQ-l
pieparations for "putting up" my face
ten years, an offer, of course, which
could not make another woman in
t juKnal tha aITat with thanks. I knew
by iUustratkm too potent power that sur-
- . .- . . ... m kn. kin.
rounds iempi-uon auua uy 4 wkw
j tk.. on.ni) tan I nil ana fnr f!Arrifiu7e
LUK1 4Bk44kkk "1"" .
hire out on the Bloomingdale load.
- . . 1 3 '.M4 An T? .n
put on my na ana p&mw u "44 ,mr
way. ,1 wauteo-rapiaiy w g """
.1..4 : .iQfi. naiirhhrirriAnrl. and walked
Luai iuikuv"ij o--e,
jk.aii.kt intn Anaximsnder s arms.
Auiaion broneht us tooth to our senses.
TT k.. . k n hit nf alaraVA lOOklDk?
ikO Xiao a 4 m-
the end of his nose when he walks. I sup
pose ne fancies that it grves mm a muuguv
tul air, and 1 Irani 11 aoes. -
.iTxn ki .kiiiit What are
f ( 4jj, uicbo jkyik, ki-i.!-. .
doing away np here this hot day? And
arA as wniu as a snosc villi noauvu gxio;ad,
..nam.HMlM Al-at Wlkkt.". ' '
kf.n imt It A-flll(rn In m. IM D1UCK1
leave my face and curdle in spots, to
right into a man, and that man you?
I'm in an awful hurry. Good bye," and
sped away to prevent any lasting imprea-
uon Deing laaen. i .
TmiMiJnnt krfjkrei-s aa New Yorkers
they - seemed to have grown in the
-rithin a na, ThA mn would half
around for a second look, and then giggle
in a way which didn't signify much pro
ATAii ma in their aide-
long careful way, and would nudge
other to lootc I must nave ieu very inuuu
.a tha nat li. with lha AAniRtAjr tied to
tail. I bad not cone far before I
Charles Hovt. an artist, who had
mknk a ak-Atikt. of ma tor my nxir.
3k.4kTnnail Tiua Vin-i ha cTplaimftd
enmtwiastioally after the first greeting
was over, "this hot w earner must
:.k ,n, Ynn ar LookinL? ' actnally
charming. Have you been falling in love
I've heard say tnas calamity nan a wonuer
fully beautifying effect," And all the
. i.vina atnucrht into mv eves,
Off WM iwa4--f5 n - '
how eould he help seeing the bUickened
hda, and guess ouauieTO- r x
n thA amor, and tellini! him
UUUlcnpiUK I 1
1 telling him
was not myself, but a painted, enameled
. " J . t ..... .
numbug, my iaob a maa, mv nj-im "-
u. rf-'a ' ' arV' a :
of biak Vent Around pansies,
brilliant with a drop Ol oeinvionnn, mu
myyX-rhair a borrow wig! But I
r. tafrci- onrHnc- awat from I
bis ardent gaze, baUed the first coach
u,n. -k.uvu t, . , . ,
4k.t -a m-haAlino- bomeward. feeling that
the security of a lWoedway omnibus
would - be grateful. . It was five
O'clock and business man were going nome,
Va iukaK wact naarlv fnll of them. I
looked At nobody, until I wanted some one
to band up my lare. n nan no '-
gentlemen extended their courtesy, I me-
-U. 11 anantakrl that of the) 006 ODTKV
site me, and looked in his eyes to thank
him. His taoe was a very oomiuruuio uuo.
sound and hearty, anarouicKingiuu unm
sound and hearty, ana rouicEirigiuuk,
med over in his eyes., unman j-ce unvo
a fasoitiAtion for me that even uglinass
" '"W ' . , v Xk lill I
cannot destroy, ana x uiwu ij-u-4 -k.j-ok.
stndyine A face with A steady intensity that
U not only UHEauiwii.
rnds... But during this ride I Had no such
opportunity, for, look where I might, a
battery of eyes was making close work
with my own head And face, and, con
scious of the cause. I was humiliated into
KlOllB Ol Mltf ZUOO wbw hhu , i
intAmal maledictions And vowed self-de-
struction if ever again I was guilty of be-
. 1 a. A ...-H aw iVAAnil I
i.. mr tinVkkrl nna. A nassAneer in the end
of the seat next the door read a newspaper
by spasms, ana 1 too reiugo m "
him.- His moe was of that exceedingly
Pare type one that never fails to interest
me beyond all others, suggesting more
ik.. il. anfa-ka VAVAaIb. HlS drOSS - WBS
jaunty and careless enough to suit a poets
and his eyes, nose and mouth indicated
strength ana snrewanetw euuikgu
k w. w.nn in HhiftacrA- Tim brief..
if any one at my elbow had asked me howl
liked that man in me corner, x Buuukuuio
answered without hesitation, I like him.
He isn't one to hang his heart, his brain,
or his profession, out of the window.
-w . . . v V... 1 fnMrnl m .- ATI am -
- XJCKjaUlK nk U1U4 X kkokk wi.v. j
-u.A nntil atmioht in my eyes be
l-fCkk k.ki, a..- n , j
turned his own. And by soma legerdemain
of pbychology, Held my gare nae a xaaa-
.V;i ThacnAll was broken by the
entrance' of another passenger, who sat
down next to me. x mvy uj j
sell the rest of the ride, and wnen J arose
to leave the coach there was a breeas oi
destruction, for the gentleman who last
v.ri at nn the trimmmtT of my
SAcque, and as I arose nearly a yard of
guipure lace was torn and detached. VI
course be was "very norrj, aoiu x 4-4 -'j
r ... Knt in, iTAntlAman in the COT
ner got out too, helped me to alight, hand
ed me his newspaper, ana roou-nou ma
seat in the "bus.
- There seemed to be no end of adventures
that afternoon, and the gift of the news
nartnr win nnite as odd as any. It meant
.n-uitimt T knar and nothint? t?ood I
-UUIBIUUIK, I 7 - .
felt, for I had on an enameled lace.
.With a night key 1 let myseu in, auu
miA rAaiViinrj my room went straight to
the mirror to view myself. I remained in
statu quo, just as I left M. Binaud's, fair
as a lily and as delicately fresh looking as
a wild rose. The loveliness of enamel is
something not to be conveyea oy woras,
nor is the hideousness its use produces.- -
. . j tOOK HD an DvvBpapw Akkki. omh
writint? on the margin arrested my eyes
and my pulses. ."Us at ihe AH Reception
o-nioU; rtetu antra ynu muau
-nwW; 'toil! aoaU t"w much.-
It wsi either romanUo or disreputabta,
t .v T4 -kimnkt aa naii as beint
ilk VUkiX. XV mmo - ' "
found in the Herald s personals, cut 1
was human enough, and foolish enough to
be thoroughly lniereBtau. sui-ia--.
j. . it- h. IrnAw it? He had
a few grey hairs about his temples, and so
exercised the self-conceded right to give
me tTTAtuitous advice, and had announced
. . T7 . . . 1 j ,i. ma
in tus peculiar way tan x. buw-w
with him to the reception, and of course I
must go, that Jtwoaaway onraiuiu 14444-444 w
Ui- kjvkkkkkkkj, ' rr .
In the ceurse 01 me ennmeiing
the artist had remarked, "If you are in a
boarding house it would be well for you to
go away for a day or two, in case you were
ft . . , .l.il Tha im.
going to pe neaviiy jrJJk
po"d-AO orSeredmy to. sent up, And
saw no one unux ixnax '
a.T bvai anything there seems to be
. n.h - tkuxnimirf at least. But you
arkooldn't make Dersonal comments. My
i 4.4i..n ia nnilnnhlAlilV a rftHeCtlOD
from you a remnant of what I caught when
I rushed Against you on Broadway," was
rnk. A naaa i-rnph and the band Was
XkJo k.w- " ' - 1 - .
crushing Offenbach's music, while in the
midst of it we found a temporary reuwi u
a niche by a statue and watched the prome
ders, who followed in the crowd round and
round, in the usual automatic, -uiocp-tku-i-bar
manner. A sense of presence rather
than of touch caused me, to n?;
My "newspaper" man stood near me
the nniform of the U. 8. A., as calm and
self-possessed as if nothing had occurre.
"I beg your pardon, sir," (he was ad
dressing Anaximander, ) "but I woaldjike
few moments conversation with you."., ..
My heart jumped into my t-oroa -.
thumped there the brief time the tvo men
talked. The murder was surely coming
.t .-a wnit arniH Anaximander say?
uuh, auvk n in.. " -
felt like running away, getting nd of my
seu, 01 tnem an. anaxiuiniiiiox n.-
half fiercely at me, and 1 must ubva u.uir
ed, although I never did. really; but I felt
very curious una insecure, anu uki
-u.--k anil half in TTeayen like: and there
AAAtriAi. tn be a door and some one knook-
ing, and I thought it must be ueatu, ana
felt so cold, and couldn't say come in; but
he came in a 11 tne same, 444
card, and said, "What shall I tell him?
And then it grinned and recsonea x a iku
asleep, and said my fire was low, and that
the "offisah" down stairs was "mighty nne
lookin'," and after a long breatn or two,
k i. nn.Tatanit 4hat Trl been dream-
inc. and wasn't enameled at all. but thought
: " i -u.4 tk-i4
it a strange ooinoiaeocn utak win
k k.nnnnt ahanllt hftVA hAAn that Of
eonsin. Captain Vance, of the Regulars.
m. r tkia mrtta
4HD.OBBVU w- J O . ,
result of my seeing my enameled counter-
nant nn -RrrtaJway tO-daV. KhO had Dale
yellow hatr, violet velvety eyes, and
- ... . . . . . I . . T A .kill
enameled so rjeaumuiiy ma. x uiuu
4. . a i tha avAAiiAnnn nf tha art.
stood on a comer talking with a gentle
man, ana an tne passing luxuug tmucu
look at her and nudge each other, just
they did because of me in my dream;
" J . . . ,. - .1 . T k.J .-ilk...
1 drew a Sign 01 reuei mat x uau iBat
yellow hair or violet eyes. .
Tf ynn don't like the ending of my story
you can leave off where I felt so faint
the Art Xaecepiion,Bna uto mo luwunvum
man tn nnifnrm catch na befere I tell,
how he turned out to be a full General,
with a foreign appointment, ana mat
a .namaiail fnrAvAr and wore satin
dresses, witn immense trails; and that
like all dutiful btuoanaa. camea u ou
arm, when ths crowd at Art Receptions
and military balls made it advisable,
as a man did at tne last oeveuux xxogou.
Lake a lew days ago, to feast his delighted
- A- L. LaJ .AAafii vrnih
vision oa luaia.mu u4 v
.nnt Tknn-hafiAil in hat vimnity naylnaT
r.n , -tt ,
paid per acre for the whole of sec.
intownsnip wnorm, range went,
A J Ak.i tltA bmiI Awa w AM winl-i S-kn
tar or me lase. ana seven lee unuer
at the shallowest corner. Ia winter it
said to be an tee rarm.
-. Gxobob B.- Cast; under sentence
death for murder in tne unonaaga county
tN. T." jail, writes to his brother an affect-
L lAttir. in which he says: "Be good
my mother and sister and little brother,
and do good to alii and I don't want
to play cards. Do not play if any
asks you to. Tell them that your brother
1 1 ..m. tn ki. rleath bv cards and dnnkine,
I - - . ; -
tnnnh I ilan T-n..nn i. ,arl nimll ,r in Paria.
wet,. r-r -
M. BINAUD, 5550 Broadway. The Mad Woman of Bazeilles--A Shocking
Hermann Vo-t writes FranWnt
iAiimal w deeonotion of a feanux - soue
whjch hentnessed at Bazeiues.
lootea ww-.. k i;-- OI1d.
came, anasaw r"'."-6 - - .
d Bavarian, who was lying on the grouna,
. - kn-niniT llMlUl. A WOmSU
VUa, sub j,w. .. - - " .
lauRhed. and before the soldier had none
three steps fo
1 - J - tauaril
..r -i .1. . A -.1 n.nvin til anDCar Alter
the storm of battle had passAd further
away. Dead and wounded lay piled indis
criminately together. Hundreds of dying
eyes looked at me imploringly. ; I v. as
seized with -shuddering; I sought to go
away. 4Too terrible was the scene, and yet
what was it compared witn in .,
which I had direotly after to A
wild cry, monUtke that of an animal than
of a human being, rang in mJ j
looked towards the place wnenoe
. a JaaHA.ni- at WarTI Tlfl
a burning nougj. a.
i .ininn inn ann null kkki
W8A BO W kuukus " . - -.k.
kicking th poor creature in the side witn
her heavy shoes. The heart-rending ery
of the wretched man had drawn three of
f- aa Anm ,-au.Aa. ia the soot fcnoot ner
down- no, hang her." Two shots rang
nnt. the rieasant dropped. The Megsera
CTU, Bk4k4 k..w.w
ateDS forward she stood onoe more
1 : j. kuwi.Hm TVia woman must be
mad. One blow cleft her skua nf!
her up; into the fire with the brute.
While the soldiers pve Tent to their evi
dently outraged feelings I stooped down to
the ill-used soldier. He was dead. His
last breath had passed with his cry for help.
He was A fine, powerful young fellow.
WeU was it for his loved "nes that they
had not heard the last cry of agony of their
son or their brother. I shall never forget
his cry. It will haunt me while I live.
I had but just quitted this scene of
cruelty, when a new horror encountered
me. From a house close behind me came
11 in jiniftV anCAARSion of two shots.
I turned and saw a krankentrager. in the
exercise of his duty, fall convulsively to
the ground. The wounded man he is car
rying rolls with him in the dust From
that house proceeded the, shots five, six
Bavarians force a way in, the door breaks
under the blows of their butt-ends. But
k. -,ij!a-- atwl aa if Tinned. On the
threshold appears, armed with double-bar-
. . 1 11 . -v.. wiaw na nftv
reied gun, a tail wuuiaxi, oum
years old, dishevelled gray hairs fall around
1 A ao a nnbln faAA. A R aha nirards
the soldiers her features are distorted, she
laughs wildly, the laugn ot mia woninu u
. 4Vnnl thine VnUM At IDU OtU. Calls
out A doctor hurrying by. Her laugh is
silenced, a torrent of tears gushes down
her face, she exclaims sofUy, but in a tone
t v.--. wwinfT nain - Von. iesuia rTXtwe,
; mis men I rous avex iinBra. mm wma
oous avtt assmtsine met datxfils. Tun mot
.!. J tMus en renerceiraL Bi vout its
tuts ms. e'est mot Old vous tueraH.'
"With the last words the old wrath re
nna - rVia acrikin raises the (run. The
soldiers have not understood her. They
seek to avenge their comrade and to pro
tect themselves. The doctor stands
armMariner, like myself. Before we can
. tha nnhanrry woman falls.
ot,w. v tim Vinlleta in the breast. 'Let
1 At a In -.niat Aalla Ant tb dOCtOT tO the
UU k4J 444 IJUl- -1 . .
men. who seem not yet to have satisfied
HiAtrravenee. 'she has lost her husband
anil hav tm AnTut. That makes an im
.T 4 W..V arith tVia i.ntnr. Wa stoOD
X k444B k--V - - .
down to the poor woman. Her wounds
are fatal. The woman regards us wildly.
and ner two sons. xu
pression on the soldiers; silently they Urn
tnuuii. ku . -
1 1 tka Hat hand, and lnyoluntanlT my bps
utter paitortftmrns. The words seem to
have pleased her; she feels they come from
the heart Her eyes grow aim, auu
I .1 j k.nii firmly hr rioaom heaves
1 cu-blidu j
a last sig't--" -
ArimiTtnre of RioeB in South America.
Nowhere, perhaps, says Prof. Agaariz, is
the physical ana morai Bownumuuu y
pure races so clearly shown as in Brazil.
The hybrid between the Indian and the
negro, called caiuzo, nae none 01 mo uc-k
U, of the mulatto; his complexion is
Zi bU hair long, wa'vy and culling and
hi. chaUr .. 71
hibitirB A happy combination between the
eflemina, feeble, and
obstinate, t tne
pfTAgassiz, "who doubts
Bay" it5rof races, And is in-
Indian inflnence hayint?
Uknkikkkvvk, , waav '
.nn.nantivnhliUniiMl the hisher charao-
teristics oi the white, without impArting
its own energies to the ofl-Dring. Notice
able -exceptions to this . .dure may be
found in ths half-breeds of the aemi-ciyu-ized
communities of our Southern Indians.
It is very remarkable" that the Indian,
n-vtaaintl H7lth AlthAT A neOTO Or 1 W 11116,
makes A deeper impress on his progeny
than the other races,- and. in accordance
:k thi. fai-t it ia nrkAArved that, in fur
ther crossings, the pore Indian charaoter-
Mtenstics are rstnimea amu vk4ka v.
other races thrown off." "Let any one,"
clined, from a mistaken philanthropy
break down all barriers between them,
visit BtAAil." -
A Country Without Greenbacks.
1 I U1D HUlv I ' .
nQ wooa ggHg a calf for a quantity
the adobes for an order on the mer-
The Overland Monthly tells how
Mormons manage to get along without
Hundreds of farmers, living in reasona
bly comfortable circrrmstances, and having
large families to clothe and educate, will
not see a dollar in money for years. - Such
a farmer wishes to purchase a pair
shoes for his wife. He consults the shoe
n.bkp arhn avArs hia willineness to furnish
tha anma for one load of wood. . He has
HalMCo, wid miun. .- . "
chant, payable in goods, and the order
. . - . 1 J . 1. 1 . tk. ana-
A load ot wooa, ana nnuuuwj ku
Seven watermelons purcbas-
A . .S.k.t nf ailmiaoinn tn the theatre.
BU A MWWk k.4 an ..
pays for the tuition of his children seventy
five cabbages per quarter. The dressmak
er receives for her services four squashes
per day. He settles his church dues
sorghum molasses, x wo urnus m fuiuk
kins pay his annual subscription to
. tt. knn a taTmsiiea on Co-
unvuLRikna 4w v-j-
lesial Alarriage" for a load of gravel, and
1 441- .4 annlhtnn aivnn fnV thA bftbV KIT
UUkkW VI awuiuig -I.-JI .
bushel of string beans. In thispnmiUve
method, until the advent of the raiiroaa,
nina-tanthA nf thA hnaioeSS of the TeiTltOry
-i.Jnnfail A nit ATAII DOW UI
more remote settlements, a majority of
transACtiona are ui mm giuuaic4.
TLT I OltTTTI TW
c.-.ii .I. Tn tha rinnrt of Chancerv
New Jersey, in session at Trenton, a
.nn. rihannallnr Zahriskie rendered
decision in the case oi Virginia MoClurg
. a n -4 .1 . nf
vs. xMnjamin r . xerry n
k m.,bakla naaaa that halt fiVftr COmS
Ulk.1 iniuwaauiw u "
before the court. Miss McClurg brought
suit to have a marriage, which had
nanfe-mA h A JnatlAA nf the PetVOe.
aside by the court. The allegation
that the two parties to the suit met at a
nathavinir anil fnv tViA Amniement
the company, 'were married by a Justice
the ireace wno nappenea u yimem.
k ftATwarrl tha defendant and his family
i , ik. 1 1 i ... . t tka mamfi0A.
Bistea owa iua itx4kj 4 wv
- .. . - 1 " .linnajl
D.a"e CZm, th. Arties whom
UIU uvm jmaww. -ww -
. tnnH in wBrllnck were in earnest
I 44w aim i . : a . , ,1
,n- n, n-t The case bavmg come into vnau-
10, " "ufzabriakie decided that
xxo . k. -alirl. mnst be AfiTeed
i " .
is I Thj8 Be8T xd uaiainxi.
Phoaphorua and Cahaaya, known as Caswed,
, r. .... to .Dk.-k ii-l ITliTir
JtaCK OX OO. -B f CllVk uvmyuvmrnm. a
r.u..., Rark. The iron restores folor
tk. hinnA tha Phoanhorna renews waste
the blood, the rnospnorus rone we w
I the nerve tissue, and the Calisaya gives
to natural, nealthfnl tone to the digestive 1
uaktai aa, uca . o
etna, thereby curing Dyspepsia in us vaaous
rorma, Wakeralness, uenerai umuunj,
riA-nxkaAinn nf Rnirita. Manufactured
by CASWELL, HAZABD fc CO., xmooeeaora
to Caswell. Mack A Go- Njw Xcsk. Sold
TBivt is to have a 500-acre ps fk.
The Siamese Twins Outdone-Extraordinary
Freak of Nature.
irreapondeiioe of the Cincinnati Commercial,
rini.i,, fihin rtntL 17. Our com
munity is much excited over a freak of na
ture in the production oi a oouoio uauy.
The Siamese Twins are completely over
shadowed by this infant wonder. There
is living in Peru township. Morrow coun
ty, a family named Finley. Up to last
Wednesday morning it consisted of Mr.
Joseph Finley, his wife Mary, and two
children, little girls, aged 3 and 5 - years.
Oa that morning Mrs. Finley was confined
and gave birth to twins, joined together
in a manner unknown to the books. When
the gossips brought the news of the event
to our city, and gave descriptions of the
child, or rather children, it was laughed
at by the professional and pronounced
a good hoax. A gentleman living
in the rioinity of the Finley home called
on one of our physicians and assured him
that there was no exaggeration in the de
scription, as he had Been the wonder. Con
vinced that there was someuimg m uib
case, A party of gentlemen, consisting of
Des. J. A. Little and T. B, WiUiama, W. O.
Besxaens, Professor of Natural -History and
Chemistry in the Ohio Wesleyan University,
and R- K. Donavan. on tite 16th inst, vis
ited the family. Before reaching the Fin-
ley rarm tne party canea uu xi.
Waathnnnk nf AahlAy. who bad been called
to attend the mother, and learned from him
that half sad not been told. wt. nest
brook acoerapanied the party. . An hour's
drive brought them to the place.
Un gong to tne gate leaning to mo ;iu,
a written notice was discovered announo
ino that vikritnra wnnld not be admitted.
This did not deter the party. They im-
. . . . . A u.nh.
mediately enterea me yarn, emu u cav,44-
inn tha fmnt Annr nf the dwellintt. they
were met by Mr. Finley (the father! and a
gentleman who appeared to do acting
hie aidw.a aunti. who informed the Derty
that they could be admitted to see the
show on the payment or twent-nve ceum
each. The Professor promptly forked over,
and the party stepped in. In a few min
utes the nurse made her Appearance with
the wonder. A douDie cniia was exuiuin
mA Turn rw-rfeAtlv formed beads, one On
either side of the spinal column.
Xo give A clear idea oi it, gom nuppucA.
that vnti aavav tha hnilAa nf tWO men At
the lower part of the abdomen and then
put the two upper parts togetner, ana you
have the trunk of this child. - At the in
stance of Drs. - Williams and Little, the
clothing was taken from it, and a critical
examination was made, so far as could be
arithnnt Anintr in l-r, Fmm the OCCiDUt
of one ehild to the occiput of the other,
. . - . . - ; A. ... lino
tnere is a oonunuous spine, unmiAikki
Unou one side, and directly in the center
of the trunk, were perfectly developed
hips, thighs, legs and feet They are in
nioe proportion to the body of either child.
On the opposite side there is one large,
imperfectly formed leg, presenting the ap-
luaMnAanf tha no ill id u firm nf tWO 16L7S.
There are eight toes on this limb, two of
. . . . . - 4 4..
which nave me appearance oi greaa kajb,
k.ini -nn.k In .o than tha 4thArffL - arth
k.a a -a.ll-4Vi-.mai1 haail OfA ffiAtTlTSA.
craod chasL crood arms and bands, lung,
heart, liver ana stomacn. uetweeu iub
na--faiktl fnvmail limha an ft nmnerty git.
uated, are the anus and sexual organ in
common, ihe lower portion oi me vow
els, the bladder, and perhaps the kidneys,
are in common. All the other organs are
separata. - '
There was but one umbilical cord and
one placenta. The length of the body is
twenty inches, and the umbilicus is cen
tral in the abdomen, and equi-oistani irum
aaj-h hAai T 1 nnpaaA vU at both ends.
and, when first axtubited to the party, one
.k.i.l .... ..I... mnA tha nthav Aryinkr.
m: .ill WM aoiock' .i-i auv " w-,1
while the physicians were making their
examination, both cried, but, a few mo
ments After, the one wnicn was crying ne
west to sleep, while the other remained
awak-A. When either head would cry. the
perfect leg which was nearest the head
kicked and drew up, wniie tne leg n-nk,
tk. nthaa naait TAfflkimki nniftt. When
either cried, the toes on the imperfect foot
.... . - i : A ...
would move, dm me iiihd leaiauiou "-
Both heads nurse well, and me
child, or rather children, are in exceiien,
health. The physicians coma see no ren-
Mr. x lnley is auve ta iae imporuuco uiu
ralue of this addition to nis xamuy. ne i
Ahatvinf emftk irtfinflT. And he ill-
UUW wuauajuig -)-" - j v
formed the writer that he had already en-
tered into en article oi agreement wuu
al Ua mI. YxA KraAv if
should die. Price fixed is $10,000. Nego-
tiatious are in progress for ths exhibition
. -. 1: TT. :. i.. that thAVA
if it lives. He is convinced that there
money in it, dead or alive, but thinks there
is most in the latter condition. He says
that he is conscious of the fact that he "is
an unarmed man, but has sense enough
not to be fooled out ot it.
A Nut that Burglars Cannot Crack.
mKJli VAllklUIVMnoiiiM. in a- " n
4 .4H..a inThaannaalU anrAAA. tltaknd
ABUBkUjak 444 . ... - -
ing in the nanow thoroughfare, shortly be
fore ten o ciocE in me moming,womu um
his curiosity aroused by the number
well dressed men whom he would see en
tering a silversmith's shop, and in a few
minutes reappenng witn smau aon
hnTea under their arms. If by further
UUXCS 4444444:4 kWVII
chance it so happened he was at the same
spot between nve ana bi o ciwk w
. .- k. nnl.t ninKaKlv nVamA thA
same young men return to deposit the
same 4 span Doxes on me counter ui mo
same shop. The explanation is siple the
boxes, which contain the unbanked ae-
cunties and cash of merchants and bro-
kers, are locked up for the night in the
silversmitn s strong room, uuii. iu moxua
vation of sand rock far below the surface
tk- at-aat anil nnnn which falls. When
.1.. .a nn fnr thA nioht. a considerable
flow of water. The merchants and bro
kers nay a rent for the use of this secure
depository; and, acting no doubt upon
this idea, a Mr. Streeter, an extensive jew-
The London correspondent of the Bos-
in Commonwealth narrates the following:
.1.- ialaaila . -riV. thA WAnlth V
OJni, 4ii lu-u- mv n w J 4
sors of costly jewels the opportunity of
hia T:hataTood safe." with its hydro-
nnenmatio envelope and patent water
l.-ral ARkM ' I n 111 imt. ai anna kllk
40, wa f, T
Anna nf hia ahnn anit IB ODtrn tO daT-
UW4 4B aa.a
light - It rests upon a foundation of many
details,and of sufficient solidity to support
tk.n tan timaa aivtv tnna. the weicht
Of the sate ltseil, wmcn is enomou in toii.
I - k. . ,1 ,n arhlAh lllWUnTCnaiBi
CldVO, n414kT044k4V44 444 -
ber oonnected with an apparatus ana
tnkaa tn niv. timely WkVldnkT of Sinister
assaults. Besides this security, the
is burgUr-proot, engineer-proof, gun-pow-
J.. nnaminnljirnnl minAT-nrOOI.
and expert-proof. It cannot be fused, melt
ed, wedged, or oorea, uui wm " nn,
nf thA door. which weighs
01 tne - uoor, wuiuu wckgaaa
tons, be picked or tampered with by
, -.V I l 1.4. i.k.nk knnninil
most skilful manipulator without bringing
itnana nn himaalf A AaUtntOT. . The keV
.:.4. nf fan. n. -tfl akfiknh In the 1108866-
BiakO VI 4klkk an-aw, - . I
sion of different persons, so that danger
. . - . . . . az .a.H. kila annnnA.
avwrtea in txta uixvuuuu, .au .tt-
inn that thA AT hill A kflW h lOSt. tilS WaTOS
nf the lock admit of no
Utk.n . thiniMnrl variations,
I I iiaii a n w . "
a KAar kav could be made
.1 a tk. nit mm riATfActly nseless.
WUIUU 4 CliUUl ,444, via wa.w J
r. ki. -..ana tk. nnaUkihilitV Of
Vnauwaig, miawivM " f a-.
oesstully breaking into the safe, it would
require sixty hours to accomplish the
and, as before stated, the first blow,
the merest scratch of the operator,
at onoe be shown by the index of a patent
.t..-nm.nn laaa, ThA inVAntOr aS
WAkW-jjkaaajw wiwi .
lieved of a good deal 01 anxiety 111 mo
4..tin- tk. a-r. aMl ffkT hlB OWO VAaUa-
hVkikava. HIV aan aav. - -
bie stock, and already many wealthy
. : 14 4.. 4k.
ante nave awnreo space in 1.
keeping 01 their jewels uu uu 440-7440.
A rYutBTuponniNT of the Western
says the short-horned bull Baron
.... k niinnia -mioh. between
vwaama aaa llllliaini . " r. '
and 2,500 pounds at three years of
11X1 glTLO IB O ICCfca UU.Uwt AAVJXgL. v
The Engliah yaoht Cambria Bailed
. v a. i ak.. 117 ..4 Initial an Pl-i fl a T
iiew Xtira W IW ti oo. tnuiuu waa a
A Nut that Burglars Cannot Crack. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS.
t . i.-t. that thAi-a have been
XT IB f30Wk44k,B--k - . , .
700,000 yiaitcrs at five wa taring-places this
"Grvx me some headache And a family
ficht" is the Ohio call for a glass oi wnisiy
and bitters. -....
4kt ckiiaiiainhia wants to makeher
aiiu kkin. a k4.cn.k.
happy during the ceming wmterU A first
olass circus. - ' ' "
a -i . In.hnTatA 4a Milt trt haVB
A lIIIUii-lkklk 4440..n ' .
been bomowpathicaUy cured of drinking
by seeing spirits, . i
An Indianian wants a divorce beause his
wife won't give him money enough to live
m j..k.wta ana ahnnt to Astablish A
college At Bourbon, Marshall county, Indi-
Oha foundlings' home in New York city
has received 1,300 babies during the last
X atxa'attaa been sentanoed to imprison
ment for life in Ohio, for placing obstruc
tions on a railway track. -
Ths manufacturers of Newark propose
tninatitntaa course of lectures for their
employees this winter. .
New Oalxaxs is beginning to receive
her new crop of molasses ten days earlier
than last season, .
Tha first oolored boy who entered the
high school of Portland is now a state sen
ator in Texa.
rrrsisol8G9 there were sold by twelve
n-annfacrnrinc? comrFftnies lntnis country
320,669 sewing ntachinea.
Tn residence clause of the Illinois con-
.u-iin. la aaiil tn disfranchise a lares
number of Methodist preachers.
Q ...tu-. nf an aklnftational lnBta-
OLlkS kk4Dk44ki--aa 7
tatA in Maine, recently spelled caterpillar
17 diflerent ways.
Tn Eochoster Democrat thinks it is be-
-i.mii.ii a aunnni oneation wnewer mo
Vk.aka.4-a, . j
roughs own that city or not.
AwoTHxn hanpy Denverian has found
another gold brick. He sings, with great
trasto. "Mr days of happiness aro on. -
a ir wk-a- Mt-aa tMMiinniilv remarks
that bt. lafOtUB WIU nOW H. lawiav mm ww
of the fourth cities of tne union.
A Pw...a.ai.Alnt lTlflAKA ffi WT ltaS SODt hOCQS
an account o f the battle of Sedan written
in ancient Sanscrit.
n k.a ...1 tn tha army a battery
ji Tn 1 1 an aua-a j . -
of new mitrailleusesof Bavarian invention,
Tt fires 350 bullets per minute.
IU JJtlO Imin -.Cm Z A k
to Suspension Bridge, will be finished by
tlkA anlrt f I AT rw nTfAI II IMV,,
UIO tulUUiv arak
EsQULND, it is said, faretvay to supply
any ' detlciencies in me xvmwwM
market caused oy tne xvuropeaku w. .
Or the 3,000 employeea in the treasury
1 -. 1 .4 lr.okinntnn tnmit l.KMJ are
DUliamK mm Haklkuw.
u 5 '! vU AMtn1iiBa
women, several oi wnom uum umi
- c. T7 ral TAnantlv. an ano-
XH OtUl X kakklklkowv, " ' ; . -
41 . .nhhaut hv A ArOWd Of indltm-
kUWar mmo a4.ww. J
nt Chinamen for selling them molasses
for opium. ...
PikSscnTBits And baggage from New Or
1 . tn Rnnrfnti. tta B.TH oiiarantined
for twenty-five days, by whatever route
. Tun words - "To Let" are now seen on
many buildings in New York. The supply
is greater than the demand.
Trrn nnmher of Americans in Paris is
less at the present time than it has been
for many years.
Tiikkr are said to be more Irish born
citinens in New York, according to the cen
sus, than in xJUDun,
Tun organizers of the barricades in Par
is "amnnu otner means ui uaioiio-. aai
w, a - .
M, n . .
prepared petroleum pumps,
. rntrress. At Cincin-
. . - - , -. ,
i socurrr has Deen organizoa
I f-v vVia nmrArttinn Of Vlld fOWlon the
I LUUIO 1U wy f ill.
ren of Maryland from wholesale slaugh
has been organized at Balti-
m ... .nil TklAABoira DTonndA
XAXt DkJlkakaw aaa. I n . .
Paris, have been planted with cabbages
and cauliflowers, lor tne use tu mo iuuu"-
..nn I T, AvtlTATltlV nyArCOmS bV
n. Lu.iir.'" 'i ' i. . , . ,
ik. aan that nn Fnday meht last
kiln Piuviai J - , "
the lambent pAstimes of boreal oorrus-
man. npA.lisA4i in ftllL ' - ' .
WMUlin wwaw ,
1 . v-- . , f , . . -
constrictor killed by him.
ua auinji.u mum-i
I lamaVM hkTIt 1U1 fnnL
A Piarssn.vxxit editor having stated
k paragraph mat mere was a 4110 u ui
plan who had been drunk for 35 years,
wag called upon by 20 different persons,
WQ0 demanded a retraction, each visitor
insisting that the item was a personal
roui b, bnU. at a coat of $32,000,
t aAAmhino- for tmld. much depends
upon wnetner tan xiua 44.
kQ to na(j jt, Quartz can be relied on
gerriceable, but pints will always fail.
Tha plum trees in some parts 01 tne
Middle States are reported to be m full
bloom, Having mistaaea hi inv"
and pleasant weather for early spring,
"How Mxrr feet long was the snake.'
..a.. A . - nf a traaAlAV who had lUSt
asaeu a lajiauu n .
related a story of the encounter of a boa
was the reply;
Thx passes ol tne Andes have been sur
veyed with reference to tbe construction
nf a railroad between the Argentine Re
public and Chili. A practicable route has
? . -a t-: - a- It, Imt aaTimaxAn thai
been louna, over wiubu
" Tn-Rhman strongly prejudiced in favor
. . ... r n.v, atmiat hrnkn his neck,
OI UIO X 40444144 amiwii - . - .
other day, at Albany, N. by jamping
from the seanoiaing oi -u"
.i uA ww,nr. AttiniixvAii ataA ft laborer,
soon as he heard that it was owned by
a : .... .f lkTa-m TTaVATI. Wud baPTH?n-
.J 4 . aammil tim Without COnSUlt-
OU W IklAiaj - a- - -
intt the wishes ot a oaugnier, a
ina to introduce his bride into the family
. .. n;.kla ainna wan Bet UPOn
mansion a w. j
with sticks and stones and eompenea
fly for his life.
'Jobs." said a poverty-stnoken man
his son, 'Tve made my win toy-
"Ah repUed John, -70a wore 414..
me. no doubt" "Tea, John; I came down
1 me, iiw kikikkki - . , .
the handsome, Tvo willed yon the whose
O.-a. .1 Tiani. tn Atll B llVUlvT to.
nanasouin, 4 j-- .
State of Vtrginiato make aUvmg in,
the privilege 01 going j
1. kattAT "
. . 1-ct. onrnmer yiRlted
celebrated Hoosac tunnel, and enoounter-
a sprighUy Inshman, wno, m irpiy
..T-, think thia work
question. -x j-
navf tmnsDui nuuw,
then it will be a great ornament to
rr atunlA r.f VarfiaillAfl Were tTTfmilT
. . y tka xrwffimfti Mnort of the
tures made At Soissons, just made pubho.
nay officers and 4,633 rank -and
tendered. Besides these 123
file surrendered. Besides these 123
ot all kinds, 70,500 bombs. 120 tons
powder, and a military ont- mumr,
M 000 francs, fell into tha hands of
Ax aasocation called the Ulster land
association, was started at Belfits
a i-i.iv ThA various tenant-right
IIHUUIU, a-uji . .
societies throughout the province are to
nati-a-a i.k tkaTTlatAV laJld OCCUDieTS
am '"444-44 4ka4 aaaa. ' - . .
, ak. ..-.ina nf which IS
assocukkikiki, an-, f-4 --
defence of its members in all legal proceed-
.. X a. a31neaa-.J Xl fl
ings upon me part m umuiu.ua.
. L j j..nna nf thA ancient
BQpUUlk 1H UTlvaaw
tenant-right customs ts one of the
aims which the association iua u
FARM. GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD
Steaming Food for Stock.
Tha nwial .nil BKiwinn inrnnTtftnAX nf
strict economy in the feeding of stock, and
the great advantage of cooked food for the
use of stock, has, for a long time, attract
ail tha attAnfinn nf tha nracticaL aa well
as scientific men of our time. It is now
proven by experiments made tn this and
ak. 1 .3 ...ii. t .mi that than, ia an Annvmnna
kilo uiuwunuji nn- - w .v ....
saving made by oookiogfood. One gentle
man, in New Jersey, says that while it
costs him 12, cents perjiound to make
pork by feeding raw feed, it only costs 4J
cents per -ponnd with the use of cooked
food. The late Pro. Mapes said that 16
pounds of cooked corn is equal to 60
pounds of raw com for hog feed, while for
cattle, dry corn stalks, when thoroughly
cooked, are equal to green stalks from the
field. In view of the facts facta, observe,
not theories but facta, the result of exper
iments made by practical men in their or
dinary business of feeding stock, show the
great importance 01 steaming iooa xor weir
XT y Wilt-inarm, a nrominent ajrriaul-
tnrist Xf Maryland, iu writing upon the
- . I . . A
subject 01 steaming inn, bji
vantage arising from steaming all the food
for stock, in whioh there are liable to be
seeds of any description, is mat tne vicin
ity of such seeds is destroyed and the man
ure is freed from all noxious weed seed; a
matter of much greater importance than it
is cotuuaerea oy cunuruuo gminxmu.
The chaff of our grain crops, which con
tains most of the foul seed gathered with
the crops, snouia oe steamou wj umuuj
the vitality of the seed, ere it goes into the
manure heap. If not steamed before it is
. . . .. 1,1 i- . . . .
restored to the lana, it wouia oe Detter to
burn it, rather than take such an amount
of foul seeds back on the land. 1
Why it it that the practice or feeding
stock with steamed food is not more gener
al aannni nn favmara? - fiimnly hACAtlAA
heretofore the expense of oooking has been
1 1 1 4k-
so great that it, m a measure, uuauccu uio
gain in the food; and the prevailing opin
ion Among farmers that steam generators,
are aangertrua, aruukkkoovkaia, auu Dauau-
...I .a .nn. nl i natmA that nTkA nnBA.
Bkto, Aakkk na kivuikUM-aw
customed to their use would be unable to
manage them with safety ana pront.
Hitherto there - has been jost
grounds on which to base such opin
ions; but of late, Atrioaoe, ix"ntiye
genius, and a correct appreciation of tbe
In.l Ji.mnnJ fna A AhkMkn ftafA. dnnb!
akkuai uvuiauu .v. m. - I 1
and effective steam boiler, that any novice
csa run, nas aeveiopea auu giTn w m,
world, among other firat-ohv ires. for
the purnoee, Prindle's Combiner Caldron
r- . a,. i"l 1 kk.k
an, MnM.k-TninalTll mram 1 l.l.l BO.) T . inu
seems fully to meet every want in that di-
aaatinn knn tainot wriBX LilA Tanner fiaB an
1 -.aaail ilfl ralatlt Tanllllin Mil T1P4S-
Hlll U0SUDU. jw - .
sure valve is Cateemea one ui uao uioaa in
valuable Inventions of toe age. As a caul
dron alone, or boiler, it seems to be com-
nlAtA. . The atnamer. nowever. is A irretui
imnvrnTArnATltL U food aS mUOh better
steamed than boiled, and is not liable to
ka. hnminn -TVIll-ia mitt ilia,.
kkkj 144 J WJ 4 ia auia .
It may be interesting to me larmern oi
the Northwest to snow mat uuee Agricul
tural Steamers and Boilers are mannfaA-
tured by Collins & Burgie, Chicago.
Tha Aafmi ovafam nf flhtMri la eomnaik
atively feeble, and we find that though not
exempt from diseases ot the brain and
nerves, they are nearly always of a debili-
4-. inn. ah.Ti4i.tAT. RTloh aa nalsy- anit thOaW
of irritation, as tetanus, spasms, tc are ex
tremely rare, xnuswe ma uiat must ui
il. .. liaauaa nf tha ahAATk ATA iliatitw
guished by a want of tone, and in general
?. - , IU1.. .l.k. nn Aam tk. ..tank
WIS antmat quiuaay nnian uiiugi kuv .Mav.
. ma kil aaan ta Tha HioTAfttiya aDD&ratna
111 luui uiu av. . n 1 i
forms so very important and pre-eminent
H ieHkUXO 141 Mac a na wvuwauj
of sheep, consisting as it does, of
a nkriAtv nf eomnlex oarts for the
elaboration of the food, which do not
exist in any other animals, that we cannot
ha anmriAArl that its tTrOailS SbOUld be
thnae most susceptible to disease. Ac
cordingly we una mat sue a is me tiaiiu
that the diseases of the digestive organs
are frequent, and both of a mechanical
..X -1 ..hiM Wa hawk nntrrtheAA
niUl ITIinnin a I kwaiuu. v
arising from a superabundance and a da
Aaiana. nf alimAnt- fmm its too trreat drV-
ness or too great moisture, from its being
too vonus and luxuriant, er from being too
.1.4 .nit withATAct fmm nnntaining UD-
wbolesome or poisonous principles, or the
minute ana lnvuuuie Kta ui ik44u44naw4
i---na Thm wa flnrl that rlineasea con
nected with the digestive organs are more
e . ak. .11 tk.
numerous or more irequeua aainu B4i ua
Others to wmcn sneep are iiauia.
kik.-n ... amnaoii thmnnhnnt the year
OU.QU U U w tnn O
to the vicissitudes of the weather, from
the effects ot wnicn -tney are in a grew.
anna TkTTktAAtAlt llT thUP WOOiiV OOWttT-
ings; but standing sometimes on a- cold
and wet soil, and anon on a dry rod warm
surface, they are subject to- the injuries
fmm thAAA adterabona. from me
effects of standing lor a long omo vu
wet surftkCe, and the reaction which after-
1 .n ....vi.ta fmm AvarmTatinn ' diftAaseS
AKkkiA .unwuo 4w - t
of the feet are therefore not un frequent.
Again, rrom me eauuo exkwvku.
k:ut t tha aHjkb nf fliea and other
vermin, which, particularly in the summer
months, prove a boutc-j ui b"" mmj
nm. and reauire constant yigilace on the
. nf tha -ahAnhATrl. ' To - these morbid
causes may be added the circumstance of
sheep being kept togetner oiten m
A..k- m.A i nn j mam AvnnaArl tn the in-
UIHJIO, A4444 BUUB - " T ;
flaence of infectious diseases than animals
that are kept in a more isolated state. .
ah .a. thA nrinnirval niwmmitk-Awt tO
which these animals are subjected, and
... - .. a U.-.M
which form tne causes oi meir 111444141.4
diseases: and it is useful to keep in mind
the nature of these causes, and the pe
culiarities and constitutional idiosyncrasies
of these animals, wnen uwuug woiu
their different diseases.
VI tB I
TJ nn.o. n r.lWTk. MaUlY VeATfl ACO.
when most of the North River sloops came
in at Joenties sup. mo
from FishkiU, anchored off the Battery, to
wait for a ohange oi tne uae. n. yamaour
ger, who for the first time had been on
sailing yesoel, and who, during the trip
Anmtm had heen anxious to steer the craft.
not noticing the vessel was at anchor, was
told he might taae mo uouiu v.a 1-0444444
obeyed, the captain cautioning him, as he
was going below, to keep clear of other
- ' I n Ak Ti l A wmii. Ll. A-awiaor-
WTJPeOMla aa. w -
ine "helmaman to believe mac ine tow.
airi-. ytMirnAni hAaJnr. Altar
WW mining ja& " - .
awhile the captain thrust his head out
. . - t : a kotM Vtatx
the cabin door, ana lnquur uuw w
RetUngon. First-rate by WFer," was the
reply, "but Terr Blow by tneiana i ,
ittt. Tnktifinti Tin 1 m o&vii th&t a cai load
I ! 1UWUtVW "" "ml .
m tM mmw.tmxin.rtt iA ti n fi (liTBtl and mnetv-
UI IfCSB-i wuf.-s w - . T
- .va-wb KAlT.t7ini7 tn tha veil anown
" ,i? Vr t 4
wholesale grocer - -a. auuijji, wo
oAived in bond by the surveyor of cos
toma, Gen J. M. Harrison, at that port
.1 .unA, v.i-iK Inth. And will
P"t BK1UV -a-w--
main in Dubuque in bond until after
first of January, 1011, wueu uio reuuo'iuu
of duty of ten cents per peund takes
ni.aa Tha Imnort duties on the
amount to about $4, 100 in gold.
a at ftiarrxim. in the Western BaraL
reiteratea the opinion that farmers who
aaii thAip nncKS 01 sueeD W UUWiniai
.11. than, tn tva rl Animated by neglect
mkMmf W-ta.lW XaH w mrmw - a a
disease, act very foolishly. He thinks
wool will soon bring oewer pnotm, ana
that the demand for mutton ia steadily
. . cia hnwAVAr. does not advise
keeping large flocks in the States east
I um to see the dear little creatures
amusing themselves, said Mrs. crown,
when her elder boy took the visitor's
knnnat anil affiTAd it to the tail of
kite. "Never fear," said the good matron
t. haa Triaitn .Vikll ah A BBW her bonnet
ihAair- "aa aoon as the kit comes down
1 ha arill arivA it tn VOO." '
. 4W -a ' - j
Young Folks' Department.
FIVE YEAR OLD FREDDIE.
A. H. POE.
; Alwavaqnk and reatT, f" - - '
. . with a lace to grava, - - ,
. . And a haaat aoaintve.
' Hoaanykkisaialkla eyas see j
I wonder wnai na 11 irrow dw,
Our five-yaar old naddtetw t
Bometlmaa I look opon MinV'
And anch a (Trace ia on him, '
Bneh paraaveranoa ia hiaerea, - r
atocA thought, deliberate aad wiaa
A aadneaa cornea to check my Jot: '
Bow aoon tha world will claim the boy,
Our fire-Tear old Freddie!
A. H. POE. WINNIE.
BlentM ! bare'l another baby, )
. Jnat aa ennningaacan be, ,
Ej aa bine aa bonnie brae be DM,
Pimm aa a wee aa luakaiuarr.
Smila a tinj. flxshinc annbeam,
., - Hau of pnreat, falreat told,
Eanda and aboaudere fnll of din pies, J
Little Winnie, eight months old.
KaMaf ttrnay, wrnpeechaa.' '
Booh ojoarat and pratty languaga
Only evoke in baby-land.
' Shoni.a I aimi aU day aboot tvar. ai
ikll her awaAtneaa wera not toitt
She'a a bad, a bird, a fairy,
Llltle Winnie, eight monrfaa old. '
—The Bright Side.
What Time is it.
BY AMANDA T. JONES.
A faw tmtt am T went with, a narty of
fai.ni4a tn ananil AAWATaI 1 4,1 at A
beautiful place in the country, where we
expectea to see nowers ana loanuuius nv
... fn-aala lata, ami tha miat wnnrlArfnl
bridge in the world, called Portage Bridge.
-. i i i : 1 tk
was late wnen wo ai 1 1 mi, a -. aiinzw
was nothing to be seen that night; but tha
next morning awakened by tha roaring
wasenaix just unnn o kuo auiuw x wovi.
down stairs, thinking I would take a walk
hAfnna hrAakfiutt. Some one had risen be
fore me, for the front door was set opes
and the wind was mowing mnraga im
hall, bringing in the swinging branches of
alimkiai nriAA Aat think with fl HWHTa.
aainmi.iia, mvmvm "
There was just one red ray darting from
the east to kiss the aweeteet bud of them
all; ony one ray, it was so early. .
"Hfjk-! what was that? There was a
in ine corner of the hall, near tha
..il inn-. anmA hi-vl haa hewn altkAninir them
all night I thought, and looked up expect
ing ne wouia ny oat ana iiurry awaj i ji
his breakfast. ,
What happened then? A littie door open
ed rnd the bird flew out, but did not fly
aarav. He nodded his nretty head toward
me and sang "Cuckoo," five times, to let
me know it was nve o clock ana men aarv
ed back and the door shut; for he had said
all he had to say that time.-. - ;
"I bought mat clock in Switzerland,
said a gentleman who came into the hall a
anntnantaftAl" 44-nit al4.hayn.rh T hakVA bOHht
great many curiosities in my travels over
the world, k nave notning mat x prize aw
mnnh it ta an nlaaoant to have aach hour
begin and end with a song." . - . .
L . . . . . TI.. I . I .
.rieasant inoeea i xiut aimoagn my
friend's clock was a trea.-ura, there are
1 .k. in tha wnvl it -nnnh fflriM wnnitakTiTll-
The moat wonderful of all is at Stnsburgh.
ik.l 1 1 E . .
OIUlHaQU ill X lakUklO. ' .
Wk.n it ia rim a fnr thA hnnr tn tva atrncar.
a figure, with wings, to look like an angel.
. I 1 A L .
opens a door, mases a tow now to tue ull
age of MAiy (the mother of Christ) and
strikes -the right number of times upon a
DBll. aBOtaeT All 1404 auaiHXV maailllg Aa.
hour glass which he turns .as seen as tha
Arst haa finished BtritintT. A trolden cock
flaps its wing and crows twice. A bell ia
struck once at eaca quarter oi me nour;
flraa hv a ehild with an ADDle. then by a
youth with an arrow, then by a man with
a start, ana last oy an -oia man witn m
crutch. - There are several other curious
things besides these, so that this clock is
really one oi tne wonders 01 me worm.
But what did people use, before clocks
were invented, in order to tell the time of
day? and how was it, that, out of all their
many contrivances lor mat ptirpooo, utn
..a. - In ot tn k. TAal flOTlTAal. wheeled.
ticking, cuckoo-singing time-piece, such as
. . . - - j : o it.. I.-,)
mv men a ntta ioanu iu 41 -111.14444 .
The earliest Southern nations began to
mark time with a sun-dial; not the flower
of that name, but an instrument consisting
. a naata- A Til A I A of TPS til SAaled A
Vk l.W anaaaai, I .
.TTvmten, which was set on edge in suona
' :a -xi at. mm.A ttftntn
nanner aa iopuui mva
and another plate, called a dial, set so that
xi tkAriA. tf ht cmnmtrn wnnld alwaVS
&U upon oa one aid or the other ex-
. . . ITL. J.al la. -a a tnaitl-a
eept at exaouy noon, im uuu 444. ua...
for hours, half-hours, etc., and when the
shadow touched a certain mark,its number
would toll the hour.-
That did very well for a beginning. 8 till
there would be times when the sun did not
shine all day long. Vfuiie ntwiy .
thousand years ago lUtred the Great, a
good and wise king of the Saxons, in Eng-
. . , nla nf hallino tha
and, invented a cuuuua p"- "" -time
by night as well as by day. ' He mtde
wax candles twelve inches long, marked at
en rial distances, . and six of these
.. 1 , 1 nTa..friri tinnrt.
candies wotuu uiua :
To be sure the winds would sometimes
whirl in and put them out, so he made
cases for tnem 01 mm wium uvm,
the way lanterns came to oe maao.
There was a way of telling time several
thousand year. ago. V!J
something inai nau a u
When it had all slid through, it was caUed
the end of the hour; not a very correct
measure you may guess.
v.- man havA Man hour glasses; they
are ao made that a small quantity of sand
1 1Z4-1- 4k Imim nna
will slip tnrougn a um. m. ""jr
glass to another, ri nen mo aoaiu
run out of the upper glass, an hour hsa
nassed. and you turn the euiteus clock
' '. . a l 4. ...4- tka oanri vnnninB1
ipSlde tlOWIl mkt BC .444. O
?3n:k ik. fl.i fima wiaaTb were used
X millB kUD 44 1 II. an.- -
in making clocks, they ware turned by Ut-
. 1 a Ahnnt Beven hun-
ue starAauiA 41 - ,
dred years ago, weights began to be Med.
that by sinking yerymuwir, a-
wheels, a- .
In those days a clock was a thing to be
taken care. o! Only four hundred and
fifty years ago, King Henry VI of England,
aieted a trusty man to take cars of tha
court-house dock, and paid hun what
would be, in our currency, k-v
cents a day for so doing.
It ia but little over two hundred years
since a man in London, named Riohard
Harris, invented a dock witn a penouiuiu,
and soon after watches were made. Not
until that time had the clocks told anything
but the hour; tne minuu-a auu o""
had to take care of memsei-ves.
a wnn aee that there have been sun
clocks, water clocks, candle clocks, sand
-..k .Vaal n1mVa and nendulum clocks;
ClUCaO, 44kn 4- ,
and I have heard ot many others that were
very atrangely maoe; sas xu n- ?
that was kept ruimiun uj - 44., -
as a mouse 01 oca. xm 4,4.-.-ever
saw were Four 0 cocks 1 Unt?M
Side. " - ' ' " -
Take my Hand, Papa.
T - an frAonentlr
xn we kioAk, vi -r. - . 4 -
1 A 1 lift la hand -tlinir DUt BOOt
the crib by my side, with the pleading cry.
uDliia fair A mV hand. DftOa I"
w a Ai. Wmx l.tt.A hnv'a hand is t?rasied.
TlMiHn V J axiv UWWaw f - .j a
his tea's vanish, and soothed by the con
sciousness of bis lamer s po 140 v..
into swe sieep awiiafc
We commend this lessons of simple,
filial faith and trust to the anxious, aorrow-
ing ones, that are Jouna in annuo 0,
k....knkt 4r.ta4h forth- vour hand.
stricken mourner, although yoa may bein.
the deepest darkness anti giuum, ouii
and anxious suspense may doud your
weary pathway, and that very act wiU re
veal the presence oi a iu ,4444s -wk-
. V , 1 tka naanA that rktUM
rratner, ana givo juu 44.0 1'
eth all understanding.
The darkness may not pass away at otioo,
night may still enfold you in its embrace,
.. -nit Ka AioaiDated. its ttloom
DUt ItB Wlltuaa am r
and sadness flee away, and in the simple)
arafrp of the l amer s nana woo y-
will be (riven, and you will res securely,
knowing that the morning cometn.
an TWMM-a TK. trial, and BTlfferinCnl -
XllX XTBa-ak4-44ki , , V
of tbe Dyspeptle can "hl'd. .6T
those so umortunaw mw mu.v w
diseaee and yet bow many of them suffer,
and eo tinue to suffer ? Why they do this o
patiently it ta lmpoesioie to tcu. x. biaj
from ignorance of any certain remedy, or. It
may be from prejudice against the tue of a
Patent Medicine, floo Hand's German al
ters has cured thousands of the worst esses
of Dyspep-ith and 7.,?
Bitters a triaL Hoofland'a Bitters oontains
no hquor in any lonn. - . kin.tinn
Hoofland'a German Tor ta scombmaUon
nf .11 tha hiirredients of the Bitters, witn
ThaTVK the -un. dise-e. -.
Bittern in caaea where some Aieohotio
timulua ia oeceeeary.