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' Vienna recently, received from some
unknown ajrairer a bird of exquisite
plumage in a cage of gold. It was sent
anonymously to her hotel.
In the editorial rooms of Le Figaro,
in Paris, a fencing and boxing apart
ment has been set apart. Tho editors
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and gloves, and the man who demands
explanations tr retractions will become
more and more rare as the stafl' becomo
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Frof. Packard, of Powdoin college,
who has been connected with it since
1812, gave a lecture on his rcminis-
cenccs of the college, in which he said
the lirst commencement was held in an
unfinished church during a severe rain
' storm, and the president presided,
holding an umbrella over his head.
Postmaster General Maynard has is
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' One of tho curiosities of Arizona is
an ancient copper mine on the oast
jiide of the Verde, by whom it was
urorkcd it would be hard to determine.
Possibly Aztecs; more likely by the
Apaches. This is more reasonable, as
the mine has not been worked for the
. metal in the ore, but for tho paint.
There are now on the dump rich and
easily worked carbonates, where every
. spot where high-colored, soft material
snowed iUelf, has been worked out.
Several rock tools' which havo been
found, with battered edges and staius
,: ol ore on them, prove that implements
of stone were used. They ran a tunnel
into the ledge nine feet high and from
, six to eight teet wide. It is about twen
ty feet long. In places there are walls
t built and the waste matter thrown be
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A Modern Poet.
"What is a modern poet's fate, to write his
thoughts up a slate,
The critic spits on what is done,' gives it a
wipe and all is gone,
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Always avoid harsh purgative pills
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Keep Hold of Sly Hand.
BT CONSTANTH HARTS.
Love, togethor wo're treading life'i beautiful
Keep hold pf my bund, I may stumble nJ
X near iouiids of iweet music floweri bloom
by the roadside;
Cut your volte and you band-clasp are
itvootcr than all.
Hand In hand, heart to heart, let u go on to.
EucU for each making luntihlne the happy
Keep hold of my hand, love, the day may have
Yet together we'll pruy that the etorm
clouds be few.
Lovo, keep bold of my jiand, How the breeie
la making sweet music the tree-tops among.
But the winter is coming, and the pltlloak
Will wail thro' the trees where the zephyrs
Then, as now, love, keep hold of my hand.
Uow the roses
And daisies bloom fair 'neath our hurrying
But they tell us the flowers will wither, and
Be left, for the wind-scattered roses so
But, dear, tho' the wimi and the snow and the
Ail ahoitld come where the breath of the
summer has been, ,. .
Still keep hold or my hand, 'and our hearts
will bo wurmer;
We'll be stronger to stand 'gainst the sorrow
So keep hold of my hand, let your dear face,
lookingdown into mine, tell again of your
The dny shineth bright, but the light of your
Enhances the snnllght that streams from
The great stream of our life bears us on, with
its rivulets 1
Singing sweet as they roll o'er the bright
Let us ask that the waves may be ever as
And thou, oh! my darling, keep bold of my
' baud, I
SISTElt SCOTT'S STORY.
BY MRS. J. U. EMERY.
I am powerful fond of music. When
I was only knee-high to a grasshopper,
I used to foller all the hand-organs that
come inter the place. - And them men
that squeeze something under their
arms, and make such a squealing, fun
ny noise, were allurs sure of gitting all
my pennies. And here am 1 Deacon
Scott's wife, and oughtcr be settled
down reading tho blessed Bible, and
thinking of my latter days, yet here I
am ready to upset everything, and run
after the first strain of music I hear, if
it is nothing but a Jews-harp.
Hrother Jones lives next door, and
belongs to our church. He has taken
it in his head to buy a planner for his
girl Sarah Maria. A powerful nice girl
is Snrah Maria, but awful proper;
wouldn't do anything that waa a bit
naughty; never had any fellows hang
ing round after her. Everybody likes
her, and so do I.
She has becntaking lessons on tho pi
anner from the observatory, and a great
professor comes hero and plays till! am
eenamost carried away. But how ho
does bang away on the new pianner!
l.think brother Jones is queer to let
him go on at such a rate. He'll be go
ing just as soft und nice, and all at
once he will hit tho planner as though
he had got mad at something.
One night I sat at my winder listen
ing; all at once I thought I'd go in and
hear all I could. I went right in. The
Erofessor was there, and so was Sarah
I aria. They were very perlite gnvo
mo a chair and I began talking to tho
professor about music. Says he:
"Will you favor us with a song, Miss
Scott, or something on the pianner?"
"I did not bring my music, and 1
have a bad cold; please exqueezo mo."
He smiled and gave Sarah Maria a
very knowing look.
I asked him to favor mo with somo
"Which 6hall it be, vocal or instru
"I will havo a little of both," says I.
I thought I was safe in saying that.
He asked me if 1 was fond of oproar
music. I said I had been in so few op
roars I did not kuow.
Thereupon he commenced singing
about "dreaming he lived in marble
halls." Then ho looked straight at
Sarah Maria, and kept saying "Unit ho
loved her, that he loved her just tho
same." 1 thought ho acted funny, but
it was oproar music, and of course I
was prepared to hear him come down
on the pianner as though he was smash
ing it all to pieces.
Sarah Maria asked me if I liked that!
"Oh, yes! It was splendid!"
I allurs noticed that everybody praises
what they don't understand in com
pany; and the deacon is allurs telling
me not to criticise other people.
Says the professor
"Can I play you anything else, Miss
I thanked him perlitelv, and told him
to keep right on; when 1 was tired I'll
tell him to stop, i Thereupon he com
menced on something else, and I com
menced to keep time, first with one fut,
then with my hands, then with my whole
body. The music kept playing.and I kept
ag oing. Sarah Maria kept laughing,
and ut last down come tho professor on
the pianner, and down I went on tho
sofy, more dead than alive. I thought
I was bewitching and after I came to
life a leetle I said
"What have you dono to me, profes
"How do you like it?" says he.
"I guess I will like it when I get nsed
to It'9 !
He said ho played "a thousand and
one nights;" shouldn't 7011 think he'd
I felt kinder played out, so I thought
Td go down intr the dining-room and
see Brother and Sister Jones. There
they sot, he reading ono of them lying
newspapers, she darning stockings,
lie read about three men breaking a
bank. Jest as If threo men could break
one of them great big atone buildings!
It would take raore n three score to
break one of them houses (0 pieces.
Then ho read of a man with six wives,
when wo know it is hard these days to
take caro of 0110. All lies! I'm ashamed
of Brother Jones to pay two cents every
day to buy a paper that is full of such,
stories; ho had better put his cents in
tho poor box. It Is bad enough to have
to hear of such works without buying a
paper to read them. But such a tasto
somo folks have! There sat Sister
Jones looking at her lord and mnster,
(as I've heard some folks Buy,) taking
it all in like law and gospel.
Even-thing that Brother Jones says,
Sister Jones will swear by. I think it's
wicked to place such trust in poor hu
man nature. I remonstrated with her
"Well," said she, "Sister Scott, when
a woman has got a nice likely man she
oughtcr look up to him and please him.
You know tho man is the, head of tho
1 don't want to make folks think that
Sister Jones is out of her head, but she
is a lectio shaller, just a leetle, or sho
would not say such things about a man
being a woman's head. I think a wo
man is moro a man's he ail. Seo how
many poor miserable kites of men there
is round, ready to hang on some wo
man's apron strings, I detest the whole
lot on 'em! I tell the deacon so. Ho
says I don't search the Scriptur, or I'd
treat him better. Jest hear that, when
I'm nil the time trying to keep him out
The deacon likes to go down to the
harbor with his ohiss, and the girls like
to have him spcVid his money on them,
buying them ice-cream and sody, and
such like fooleries, and I don't like it.
lie says I'm jealous; now I'm not jeal
ous. I couldn't bo so mean. But I'vo
got a husband, and I say let tho othors
get one, too. Ho says I like to scold
him. Now it's no such thing; but what
is the use of having a husband if you
can't talk to him when you feel like It?
Somo people have suid that I was a ter
rible talker. It's nothing of the sort.
I just mind my own business, and say
nothing to nobody.
But 1 must finish about Sarah Maria's
pianner. I went in again tho other
night. The back door was open, and I
went right up stairs. I opened the par
lor door, and stood a minute looking at
the professor giving Sarah Mariah
a lesson. They sot si do by sido
by the pianner; ono of tho pro
fessor's arms was round Sarah Ma
ria's waist. His other hand held
hers, and ho was looking right down
inter her crimson face, and I thought
he was a-teaching her some more op
roar music, as he kept a-saying, "I love
you." It was a picture to see the pro
fessor, with his big block eyes and love
ly moustache, hanging ovi r our littlo
Sarah Mariah. If ho hadn't been her
teacher, I should a thought he was
trying to court her. But 1 knew better
All at once ho dropt his head, and a
noise as if a bunch of fire-crackers went
off, sounded. I was kinder scart, and
You had oughtcr to see them jump!
The professor acted mad, and said, kind
"Some people don't know their
I guess he was mad with Sarah Ma
ria, for he ketched up his hat and said,
"I don't mean to endure this any long
er;" and went out.
Sarah Maria felt kinder bad, too, for
the tears came into her purty eyes. I
told her to keep a stiff upper lip, and
not to be bullied by her teacher. She
said she was going up stairs to bed, so
1 had to go down stairs again. Just as
I got three steps from tho bottom I
stepped dowii and fell. My ankle was
doubled up under mo.
The noise brought Brother Jones.
He tried to lift mo up, but, Lor sake
alive! ho was nowhercs, couldn't stir
mo a peg. ' It wasn't because I was so
heavy, for I only weighed a hundred
and ninety-seven and-a-lmlf. There I
laid until they culled tho deacon, and
between the two they brought mo homo
and laid mo on my bed, nud there I was
for a long while.
At last I got so lonesome that I asked
tho deacon to buy one of them lying
newspapers, for I should go off the han
dle if I couldn't hear nothing, even if
it wasn't true. Ho bought it, and the
first thing he read to mo was marriage
contentions. Now that wasn't any thing
very new, but was better than nothing
So ho went on reading: "Prof. Wijliam
Augustus liydal to Sarah Maria Jones."
And at last I began to sec through tho
last lesson I saw the Professor give to
Sarah Maria. I thought it looked kind
er natural then, if it hadn't been for
W ell, my story is done, and hero I
am a living martyr to music.
Ono day during the Second Empire
Arthur Kane was sent for by a judge
"Monsieur," said the official, turning
over a formidable dossier, "you aro
acquainted with X.P"
"I have the pleasure of tho gentle
"X., I may say, has been arrested for
conspiring against tho life of tho Em
peror." No answer. .
"We havo learned in the course of our
examination that he confided to you his
Still no answer.
"And that you endeavored to dis
suado him from his purpose."
"True I did," said Kane with eager
ness, seeing an apparently favorable is
sue from the decidedly embarrassing
"True, you dirt," continued tho offi
cial; "you said to him, 'Don't lire at
tho Emperor! You are short-sighted
you'll miss him!' "
liano was sent to Lambcssa.
On a recent Saturday evening a man
stepped into a grocery store at North
ampton, Mass., with a bundle contain
ing a pair of boots, which he laid down
for a moment. Near by wcro several
lobsters, which had been done up for a
ludy from a neighboring village, mak
ing a package similar in slzo to tho
other. By some chance the owners ex
changed bundles, and tho gentleman
after having nearly reached home found
his "books" suspiciously moist and
took them bock to tho store. But tho
lady went home, placed tho supposed
lvbsters on Ico in order to keep them
in good condition for dinner, and did
not discover the mistake until just be
fore dinner time.
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
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No better cathartic can be used prepara
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As a simple purgative they arc unequalcd.
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Want of space compels me to conclude.
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Will be treated humanely and kindly. It is my
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Diabetes, and to give relief at all times. It you are
too poor to purchase write me any w ay, and your
case will havo immediate attention.
C A U T I O X.
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across the month ol each bottle
Price Oue dollar for large, and fifty cents for
HAYDOCK & Co.,
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GRAY'H SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Great English 1 RAKE MARK
Kemcdy, au uu
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Kspoclul attontion given to repairs of El ilnei and
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