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Til ft HAII-V ('MHO IUJLLKTIN: "SUNDAY MORNING, FEMIUAUY 7, tsl.
RriHT miHHIKttl-IIKUAT- HXC-ITiDI.
Ci'tniiri.'ils In Hernia ny nro unM to
Imvo incivasi'il from in 187.1 to
ii,M- in 1M7H.
Tim iMiiiiliiniM niltnl In tho nntinnal
banks in tlio Mule T.f Vermont is !.
l?ul.(MK), nml tin' ili'imsits in tho aavinga
hanks $:),n7.'),:il I.
Tlin r iiiis Ivaiiiu Kailroiul Company
control tliiriv'-livc telegraph offices be
tween Altiioiia and Pittsburg, n distance,
of 1 16 miles.
I'nif. Zollner, of Leipsie, from li is ex
periments willi the spiritualist, Shule,
in wliicli lie says a shell was juisseil
through a tahln' into his hand, and
strin.s sealed at the ends won' tied into
knot", argues that matter passes through
mailer in the demonstrations.
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A young and respected farmer named
Fletcher Jones was found near Victoria,
Texas, with three liullct-lioles in his oil
cloth coat, one entering tho breiust. anil
another the mouth and brain. From
appearances he bad been shot in tho
saddle, and lay where ho fell from his
horse, which w as found a short distance
from , the corpse. There is no duo to
the murderer, except that two strangfrs
had been in tho neighborhood tho day
before, looking for horse thieves.
A gentleman residing in New York,
a jeweler by occupation, recently sent a
needy frieiul in liridgeport, Con., a
second-hand suit of dollies. When tho
Bridgeport man had worn them a dav
or two he fell something like a small
button or a piece of a match insido tho
lining of the vest pocket. Examination
revealed the presence of iv handsonio
diamond. Mo notified tho Now York
man, who was pleased to hear of tho
recovery of the stone as it. was valued
at something over $:loo. It had been
loosened from a ring carried in the
pocket, and was thought to havo been
lost byjho owner.
Kepplcr, the cartoon artist in Vuck,
was born of Hungarian parents, in
Vienna, and was apprenticed to a bak
er. His earlv artistic designs were
made in dough. After eomiijg to this
country lie' started a little paper in St.
Louis, which attracted attention by tho
boldness of its designs, but was not
profitable. Mr. Kepplcr was a stanch
Human Catholic, but when hiswifo died
the Church refused permission to tho
hinging society of which ho was a mem
ber to perform memorial exorcises over
her remains, and ho thereupon discon
nected himself from its fold, and lias
dealt it some hard blows in his paper.
About a year ago Hcnjaniin Hodrick,
of Newark, O., deedod nearly UK) acres
of land to his sou Charles on condition
that Charles should provide for his fath
er, who is 70 years old. Instead of
keeping his share of tho agreement
Charles has endeavored to have his
father sent to the poor-house, and on
last Sunday he tinned him out of his
house. 'J lie old man w alked half a
mile in his bare feet to a neighbor's,
through the snow. His feet are so
frozen and swollen that lie can not get
his shoes on. The citizens expressed so
much indignation over the matter that
the son took the old man home, but it is
not probable the matter will rest here,
as it is said an effort w ill be made by
citizens to set aside the deed.
Prince Phillippe do ilourbon is giv
ing much trmilile, including the appre
hension of siiiiulle, to his relatives.
This youth is a scion of the Neapolitan
branch of that luckless house, hi lather
being the Count of Aipiila, first cousin
to the ex-King of the Two Sicilies, and
his mother a daughter of the Emperor
Peter I, of l'ra.il. There are six lives
between Prince 'iil!iipe and the suc
cession to the sliailowy crow ii of pran
cis II, so that his highness pwihahly
feels tit liberty to act unfettered by lli'o
sense of too gii responsibilities. His
follies have hitherto lie mi of a modest
kind, ehiellv confined to the borrowing
of money, which he found it iuipo-ilili
Tho Eyesight of Readers.
A writer in the Library Journal calls
attention to the dangers which readers
run of injuring their eyesight by tho
use of a bad light, lie remarks thai
engravers, watchmakers, and all others
who ue the ee-. constantly in their
work, lake extra care to preserve them
by gelling the best possible light by
day. and lining the best artificial light
tit "night. The great army of readers
lire careless, and have, sooner or later,
to pay the penalty of their carelessness
by giving ui night work entirely, and
hoinctiuus reading, except at short
intervals and uiuh r the best conditions.
All departures from common type,
making the matter more dillicult for
the eye to take in, increase the danger.
The magnitude of the physical labor of
reading is not appreciated. A book of
.V mi pages, forty lines to tho page and
lifly letters, to the line, contains 1,000,.
000 of letters, all of which thoeyo has
to take in, identify and combine each
with it.i neighbor. Yet many readers
will go through such a book in a day.
Tho tivk is one he would shrink from if
ho should Ktop to measure it before-
liaml. Ihtt best pos.it ion and best
lights, clear type, plain inks, with tho
best paper of yellowish tints and abund
ant spiieo between the lines, afford tho
best safeguards against harm.
Origin ft "Boycotting."
'In bis lecture, .Iiune. l(,iti, ,,ii
cd how the term 'Hoyci.uw irst ,,,
to bo coined and applied. Yi t,,.,i i,.,.,,.
breakfasting with llev. John )'M,.nv
parish priest of the hough Miwk district
ut tho tinio that Captain Boycott ami
tho tenants of tho estuto of whieh ho
was agont wero at daggers' points. i
am troubled,' said Kudpath to ruther
O'Mally, 'to find an apt word by which
to call this Land League, and I ciin't
get at it Siipposnyou try your hand at
it, Father John?' 'Why not call it
"lloycottingP"' replied Father O'Mally.
promptly. That's tho Idea, Father
John!' said Hedpath, 'you have hit tho
nail on the head; so shall It bo bajitized.
Now, Father John, you give the cue to
your parishioners and I'll post tho
chiefs of tho Land League, and the
thing is dono.'"
From the dawn of spi lnR till tho yer grow
Nnthlnit l now Hint is l oie or unl'l,
Tho leaven nro luMiuit I lie hiuiiuoM story
"liuttilhifc, hurstlnir. living, .Icml."
Anil ever ami iiIwhvi Hut wild wind's chorim
iH'Vnmiiij;, build in k. Hj inn, lied."
Never the rniiinl ennli minim or runK-i
Out of III!!' filTllit. mi old. soolil,
And lint Kinilu o' I ho hid Known but these
llPiiniltiir, lui i n ii tcinler, old,
As 8priiiMiniti holiens or winter eslrnnjfOi
Tlio mighty lienrl ol I Ins u Ii nl pilil.
Knun tlie ureal sire'it liirtli to the lust morn's
There were tcmpi'il, sunshine, fruit and
And the sen wns i iilin or Hie hpii was NlinklliR
111 1 1 1 i K 1 1 1 " main lil.e I lie Ihoi (toshi'iI,
And ever thin t ry I lie hi'itrl win iniiknii;
I.unKiiiK, loving, In-in;;, Insl.
Forever tlio wild wind wander, frying,
Southerly, easterly, imiih mid west,
And one worn inn;' the lie Me are sighing,
''Sowing, growini:, harvest, rest,"
And the tired thought ol Hie world, replying
Like mi echo lo what is last and Lest,
A COSTLY MKCIAIH.
Two lovely women, sitting in a room
that, in its luxurious adornments and
furnishings, its cheery sunshinci and
delicious faint perfume, was a lining
surrounding for its lair occupants, little
Mrs. Dclmaiuc, dark and bewitching as
a gipsy princes,, in her pink cashmere
dressing-gown, with iis bigsipiare Mit
tens of solid gold, and Matoly Myra
llellairs, fair as a blushing rose, wilh
her haughty red nimu'ii and bewilder
ing violet blue-eyes that to everyone in
the world were cold and .serene, except
to Arthur Torrcns, the only man in tho
world who had ever won her love, and
who had won il and held it, and made
her absolutely happy.
Hut Myra and her chief friend, Lucy
Delinaine, were not diseiK-ing her lov
er just at this 111 i 1 1 M ' II I , bill I lie object
of their animated conversation lay care
fully displayed on the rose silken couch,
a marvellously innguilicent dress of
"And only thirty pounds! It seems
Mrs. Dcluiuinc caressed it with her
fair diamond hand.
"It was the greatest bargain I ever
hoard of," Myrasaid, in her low, exquis
ite voice. "1 have always wanted a
real laco divss, but I certainly never ex
pected to liud one so cheap and so mag
niliccnt as this.. It is worth a hundred
and lifty pound's."
"1 think so," Mrs. I clin:iino return
ed. "How did you happen to secure
such a wonderful bargain, dear?''
"I saw an advertisement in tlio
(JiHtii, saying that, a real lace dress
must be disposed of at a great sacriliee.
So I went to the address a very re
spectable lodging house, in Hloonis
hury, and found tn dress and tho own
er a pale, miserable-looking creature,
but a lady born and broil ami she had
been very beauiiiul once, 1 think."
Mrs, Delinaine listened attentively.
"What a charming story! Do con
tinue, Myra, dear."
"There is really very littlo to tell,"
shesaid. "I asked to be show n tlio dress,
anil she opened the sijuare cedar box,
lined with satin, that contained it, and I
at once fell in lovo with it, although I
took euro not to let her know that."
Mrs. Delinaine laughed softly.
"Of course mil."
"She told me it wtus the sole remain
ing relic of former wealth. She said
she had parted with everything. They
had been wealthy French people, it
seemed- and really she wits most re
fined and ladylike - but so ill and weak
she could not speak much without
coughing. This," and Myra laid her
dainty, pearl kidded hand on the dress,
"was her wedding-dross, and never
worn but once; cost two hundred pounds
when lace was not so expensive as
"And you got it for less than a rpiar
ter of its proper value. -Myra, how did
you (lo it?"
Myra lifted her eyebrows in a com
"I simply told her w hat I would give
her, and although I knew she would
think it a terrible sacriliee, she would
also know that thirty pounds in cash
was bcller than the useless garment in
"Of course she was not foolish
enough lo refuse ii, but Myra it was a
tremendous bargain for you."
"Of course," Miss 1'iclhiirs said, com
placently, "but people ill reduced cir
cumstances must expect lo make .sacri
fices, I could havo given her a hundred
pounds and sli!l secured the dress cheap
ly; I nit. 1 preferred to do the best I
Her blue eyes rested in loving pride
on the dress.
"And only thirty pounds!" sighed
Mrs. Delinaine. ' I am afraid I am en
vious, Myra! Why, the box alone is a
treasure-it is worth live pounds at the
"I ratheradmire it," Myrasaid, com
placently. "Did you see the name on
the inner lid? '(inieiciisc Jc Lesley.
Ai'rr, amour. Dicu mum (artlcS Just
a trifle romantic, isn't it?"
A look of womanly sadness was tem
porarily in Mas. Delmaine's bright dark
And pitiful Myra
Miss Jiellairs arose to finish her call,
while Mrs. Delinaine'.s dcfl-lingcrcd
maid returned the dross to its box.
"I certainly feel very sorry for tho
poor thing," she said, coldly, "but I
dure say tho money will do her a great
deal of good. 1 hope Arthur will like
She went down to hercarriage, beau
tiful, stately, high-bred as some young
princess, and Arthur Torreu's who was
as much at homo in Mrs. Delmaine's
house as in his mother's, by virtue of
! I.!.. . I. I . . . I .1
i'ousiiisiiii, u.iiK iiiinscii up irolll mo
lounge in the room adjoining that in
wiilcli ins cousin ami Ins betrothed,
both profoundly unaware of his prox
imity, had discussed tho purchase.
"Can It bo possible, can it. bo possi
blt that t,f all women in tho world, tho
woman 1 lnv is n gripping, unscrupu
lous bargnlii.muki.r-unil tmt, loo,
toward a sister woman, sick and in
want? Can It he inside?"
Ho went up and down, up and down
the room, his r.i,, eiimhutie steps at
tnu'ting Mrs. lelinaine's munition.
"Arthur! Why, 1 did not hour you
come in." .
Ncverl In less, I ciinie in us I usually
come, and have had tlio pleasure of
hearing the report of Myra's suoeess in.
cheating Madame Cracieuso Do Lesley
on the lace dress question. And you
were either not bravo enough or not
honorable or gh to brand tho tran
saction, the Mvindlu it was."
Mrs, Delinaine looked at him in sur
prise. "Arthur! what tlo you mean? Why
you are "
"Yes, I tun - if you mean astonished
and indignant beyond measure. I
would not have thought Myra could bo
guilty of such - well, wo won't speak of
Twenty-four hours biter Mr. Torrcns,
reading his morning paper, uttered an
exclamation of utmost horror, for
amongst the news was a paragraph to
the cli'ect that a Madame tiraeicuso Do
Lesley, a most estimable lady of reduc
ed circumstances, had committed 'sui
cide, leaving as her reason a note writ
leu to her daughter, that she had paid
away her last penny, received for tho
disposal of her wedding dress, to satis
fy her creditors - that death was prefer
able to starvation. And that the daugh
ter coming funne to her dead mother
was nearly heart-broken with grief and
horror, and had not a friend or relativo
in tho world.
Arthur Torrcns read it over with in
tense interest. Then he ordered a han
som, and drove to where fair little Vi
vian De Lesley met him, her bonniu
blue eyes all disligured with weeping,
her rosebud of a mouth quivering like
"You must let me be your friend," he
said so earnestly, so gravely, that sho
believed him and trusted him at once,
and told him all nor sorrow ful story.
And that same hour, Myra llellairs
wondered w hy her lover did not come
to escort her to select her antique jew
Ami again -not many weeks after
wards Myra learned that Arthur Tor
rcns would never escort her anywhere
again as her lover, for in binding up a
wound lu r own fair, cruel hands hail
helped to make, he had found a truer,
higher, womanhood, and gave his hon
or and love into Vivian De Lesley's gen
tle keeping. While tho lace dress, with
the satin-lined box, whoso inscription
rea ls, "Avcc amour. Dieu vous garde,"
necr sees iho light of day, and a fair
faced, haughty woman often cries over
il as she minks its price wtus Arthur
Torrcns and his love.
AN lNTniiLSTLNC LUTTLH.
IT UIMiSOK A Uim i.lTl. lllCAUT AM) tllVKS
1IONOU WIIKIIK lloMilt Is 1)1' K,
Mr. S. W. Cnpps, i I' Scottsvillc, Macoupin
county, lib, writes, under date of Aug. '0,
ltfSll, to Dr. Swayne it Son : "I sent to
you fo i tliiec bnxis 'All liealig Ointment, '
haviicj- had the I'lhing Piles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
lor them by eleven ilill'ercnt doctors, and
have paid out at has) live hundred dollars-
yo, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars- but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed me almost to
death. W hen 1 became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, Mid the
oniy rebel was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as ol'ien as six r seven times in
one nigbt. I concluded to trA your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect c ure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a nd
will recommend it tonne and nil as such.
Swavne's Ointment is sold bv all druggists,
Oniiisr. (ii.ui;i-:i:: Wholesale Hardware,
Toledo, Ohio, .-ays: The Excelsior Kidney
I 'ad has accomplished mote for my wife in
three weeks than all the medicine she has
taken in three eals. Ibd'cr all skeiti('n to
; inc. See Adv.
! Mi;s. W. N. P.m. Mi.it, Mil Morgan street.
liiill'.ilo, X. Y., writes : My child was taken
February 1st with Omiip in its severest
t i iii and I r. Thomas' Keicclric Oil being
the only ivineily lit haml, I I egan giving it
aecoiding to iliivctions and found it gave
imui'-diale relief, I ;;avi; thn e (III doses mid
the child rested well t!i remainder of the
muni, i nave nsco it, in my lamiiy lor
some time Willi complete success.
Li-.Tihe poor Millcrer from female com
plaints take entinigeiind rejoice that a puin-le.-s
remedy has been found. We refer to
l.ydia I-. Pinkliiim's Vegetable Compound.
It is prepared at 2::i Western Avenue,
l.ynn, Mass. Send to .Mrs. l'inklmni for
M Kill' At.
f fc.!it J. MM''-:?
' fsauralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of (he Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No I'repnnitlon nti rnrth tifiln St. Jacoiw On, M
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A trml eotnlN hut the (ninpiinitivi'ly trlllliar millnf
t.f 5l flit, nml every one tuillerlnir with pain
tun littve clifiip and itive proof of ili daliuf..
l)lr.ctlniiA lu Eleven lAiipuHKea.
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A. VOGHLER & CO.,
IlnlHnutrtt MJ., V, B. M
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