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Boiling Portrait of Llnooln.
WLon a certain hno art auctioneer was
Dili picture in Ixiiiilon, ho opent'il
hU eiuo one night by ottering a jm tuixi
of Lincoln, which w:uj ri'udily sold. An
other Lincoln was then put up, itml nl-
ao Bold. Another, nml another, and
tJll another! Hut this one," said tho
auctioneer, "presents the great l're.si
dont with hi son Tad! Now, gentlemen,
jfougettwo portraits for the price of
oner It was sola, when out came an
other Lincoln. "Another Lincoln, fjen
timuen," naid the nuetioneer, placidly,
'but this time, wo have the great I'resi
flent surrounded by his Cabinet! Just
look at that cluster of brilliants." This
was also wold, when up came another
Lincoln! "This lime,'' said tho auction
eer, wiping tho perspiration from his
brow, we have thegreat and immortal
rrosident surrounded by his family and
relatives! There's a picture of domestic
bliss for you, gentlemen!" The picture
was sold, when, to the auctioneer's hor
ror, up came another Lincoln, but this
ticture represented him on his death
ad. The auctioneer's countenance as
umtvl a cheerful expression, as he said,
earnestly, "Thank God, gentlemen,
irc've got him on his deathbed at last!"
'. Oriental Proverbs.
The following uro somo of tho infinite
Climber of Oriental proverbs:
It ia easy to mount a littlo donkey.
r The nightingale, was shut up in apold
fln cage, but still she cried, "My hoiue,
. Two capfaiDS in one ship will surely
The fox ends by getting into the fur
Knife wounds heal, but not those pro
daced by a word.
Tho heart is a crystal palace; once
tJroken, it can never be mended.
With patience sour grapes become
Sweetmeats, and mulberry leaves turn
k sight of a glow-worm the timid cry
i A fly is nothing, but it spoils tho appetite,-
The apple and the pomegranate trees
fllspuliu which was fairer, when the
Giistlc exclaimed, "Brethren, let us not
One must either grow old or die, says
lioorge LI iot.
A broken teacup may bo said to havo
Beured from the service.
It Is estimated that in Great Iiritain
fT8,151 persons are engaged in under-
"ound work, conducted in galleries cx
nding 58,711 miles.
Respect every body's feelings, even
four washerwoman's. However much
fou may want to know her address, nev
flr ask her where sho "hangs out."
Out of a salary of $10 per week the
conductors of tho Brooklyn City Kail
way company will have to buy a bright
dean uniform, else they will be dis
charged. Since the discovery of oil in Alleghany
oounty, New York, a largo number of
formers, having sold their farms at a
rl figure, have migrated to the West
Reserve. A San Francisco man has been arrest
ad for deceiving a widow. While his
atiruo is to be abhorred, it must be ad
mitted that his genius commands admi
ssion. yes," said a lady, complacently, "I
crpect we'll get rich now. My husband
hw just been appointed one of there
"Olivers of an embarrassed savings
An Iowa woman wrote to Queen Vic
toria asking her if she intended to wear
' Tjoops tho coining summer, and she has
boen to the postolliee over twenty limes
Without receiving n reply.
Not an egotist: "l'a," usked little
lohnny, "what iloes the teacher mean
by saying that I must have inherited my
bad temper?" ".She meant, Johnny,
that you are your mother's own boy."
Brown says he hates inquisitive peo
ple; and the worst kind of inquisitive
Iioss, he thinks, is that exhibited by this
dan who i-tops biin in the street and
wants to know when ho is going k pay
flat littlo bill.
A company is organizing to establish
tn uptown restaurant in New York on a
Tery large scale, where lifty-cent dinners
Will bo served, with claret included, the
orvico being at tho same time unexcep
tionable. Forty thousand acres of land in Ar
kansas have been secured for an Italian
colony. Tho immigrants are to come
from the Tyrol, principally, and will ho
cgriculturi.st.s. About a thousand Ital
ians havo already settled in that region.
Tho Brittany manufacturers warn for
eign buyers against buying sardines c.
flppt from houses of the highest repute.
Unprincipled packers havo been lately
cutting up the poorest lish in vile cot-lon-Boed
oil, expressly for exportation.
A London paper Bays that after tho
present season the Prince and Princess
Wales will visit Canada by tho way
Cf Now York. It is about twenty-two
Ears since tho Prince-, then tittle more
on a lad, visited tho United States.
Faterson, N. J., is supposed to j Mis
toes moro one-eyed men than any other
tity in tho United States, except, per
aps, Pittsburg. Nine-tenths of those
feus alllicted uro workers in iron and
(tool, and have been struck in the eye
With the metal chipping.
A Kentucky girl, describing a visit to
Longfellow, says there were two of his
wn portraits in his library, one taken
Wbon hu was ipiito young and the other
yjcutly. and when they were alluded to
b) playfully remarked: "Yes; I am not
tax advocate of self-depreciation."
. John II. Austin, of Clifton, Statcn Is
land, has a record showing the Halts
nde- by his father and himself, sineo
,1798, as auctioneers. Since H2l, the
alos have amounted to 101,.,ilH,775.80,
''. Of which sum iyl.Oill.CoO.O:' was paid to
' fbo State in duties.
A remarkable rough diamond has
. lately l;oii brought into Kngland from
India. It is a pure, white stone, Hixty.
atmin carat., in form nearly a drop, and
When cut and olishcd would bo about
he bIsso of tho Sancy diamond. Tho
"- furfaco is slightly indented, but there
re no marks of cleavage. The value
g tliis precious btouo is oatimatcil ut
Marshall P. Wilder, tho horticulture
fst, says that tin found, on visiting the
famous vineyard of Johannisberg, that
tho wine made from grapes grown on
tho top of the hill brought $10 a bottlo,
that on tho side, half way down, $5, and
that at tho bottom only 2 francs.
Tho lishermen on tho American sido
of tho lakes and St. Lawrenco have ad
dressed a memorial to congress asking
for protection against Canadian fisher
men, who, they allege, aro in possession
of privileges they themselves do not en
joy, and aro thus enabled to cut them
out in the American markets.
Millais, tho artist, is a remarkably
handsome man, of lofty stature ho
measures six feet, two inches and keen,
refined face. lie is married to u Scotch
lady and has nine childreu. He paints
all Ids landscapes out of doors m tho
shelter of a three-sided hat, smoking
away industriously at his pipe tho whilo.
A recent homily on married happiness
says: "Married folks would no Happier
if they kissed and made up alter every
quarrel." The writer has no biusis for
his argument. Married folks do not
quarrel. It is lovers only who quarrel.
Married folks light. If you don't believe
it, get married. Xcw jiuvcnRcyidcr.
Most of tho so-called "cat-gut'1 of
commerco is formed from the twisted
intestine of sheep. In Italy there is a
small native breed of sheep, from which
the best strings are madethough very
likely the skill of tho manufacturer has
quite as much to do with tho merit of
tho article :w the particular animal from
u-liieli tlni m.iieriiil is oroenred. Great
skill is required for producing tho best
article used in musical instruments.
It may interest a great number of per
sons who aro compelled to depend upon
dentists for the mastication of their food
t4i know that Mr Andrew Biseounier.of
Saranac, Clinton County, Mass., now in
bis one hundred and eighth year, has
just succeeded in cutting a new set of
teeth. This is one of tho most jawful
pieces of information it has been our
good fortune to record in a long while.
Camphor is well known in tho mar
kets of the world as an article which is
apt to be freely adulterated. Tho most
imaginative mind would hardly be pre
pared, however, for tho statement in a
recent number of the American Vharma
c.ist that a Boston importer "found the
head of a negro in a chest of this sub
stance." The Dominion Government is consid
ering a project for exploring Hudson
Straits and Bay, to ascertain whether
the state of ice and open water in them
will permit of a reasonable exit for pro
duce during n sullicient period of the
year to make their navigation profitable.
The opening of a short sea route from
the chores of Hudson Bay to Europe is
considered of the highest importance.
In a Western town, recently, the
"star" who shoots an apple oil' a man's
head misled bis cue and killed tho ap-
ile-holder. J lie audience was so de
ightod that it demanded an encore, and
the manager came forward and said
that owing to the prodigious expense of
shipping a corpse Kast they would bo
obliged to reluctantly toregoarepetiliou.
Sur. I h raid.
I'rank Mayo is an actor who would
like to play tragic parts, but has been
doomed to make a tortuno by pcrsonat
ing Davy Crockett. At the beginning
of tho present season ho returned to the
legitimate drama, and started on a tour
with a company costing as much in sal
aries as half a dozen "Davy Crockett"
easts. The venture has cost him a large
amount of money, and ho has at length
abandoiicil.it. lie says: "I have played
Crockett so long that the public has iilen
tilied me with it, and I am not allowed
to produce anything else. I am regard
ed as the real Davy Crockett. In West
ern towns I am invited to join hunting
parties, when the truth is I never shot a
gun in my life, And buffalo killing ex
peditions have been organized for my
special heneut, though I have neither
experience nor taste for that kind of
sport 1 often wish 1 had never seen or
heard of the play, or at least that I had
quitted it long before tho puhlic had
thoroughly associated me with tho char
acter." A White Man on Exhibition.
It is quite a common thing to see in
our country men of savage tribes on ex
hibition in museums. xiio tables aro
now turned, for a white man was lately
on exhibition in Africa. Mr. Jos.
Thompson, a recent explorer of tho Cen
tral African lakes, writes of his experi
ence with the Maheiigo tribe:
A royal proclamation was sent over
the country, making it known in African
fashion that the chief, ever mindful of
his loving subjects, had, regardless of
expense, secured a real white man, and
that all who desired to see this great cu
riosity must coinu at once, as ho could
only be detained a few days.
Transporting Frozon Fish.
Canned salmon is by no means so pal
atable as tho fresh lish. und it in inter.
estlng to learu that a snip-load of this
delicacy has been brought to London
from Hudson's Bay without deteriora
tion of quality. Tho vessel was tho
smain-yncni uiana, iieiouging to tho
Hudson's Bay Company, and sho was
fitted up with a patent dry-air refrigera
tor, by Mr. J. J. Coleman. Tho hold is
elr-tlght, and contains, wtien full, somo
thirty-live tons of fish, kept at a temper
ature of 22 deg. Fahr., or 10 deg, below
tho freezing point The lish wcro caught
In Bullion's Bay, near tho Fur Trading
Factory of the Hudson's Bay Company,
at tho rato of three tons daily, and plao
etl in tho cold-air chamber on arriving
at the vessel. On oputdng tho hold, af
Ur the ship reached tho West Indies
Docks, tho salmon is stated to have been
found in as good condition as when ta
ken out of water. Tho success of this
trial trip will probably open up a now
trade between BillingHgato and North
America, as well as other parts.
Ada Trevanlon, tho writer of a vol:
time of poems, and tho duughter of Hen
ry Trovunion and of Byron's half-sister,
doorgiana Augusta Leigh, lias just died
in Kngland. Miss Trevanlon was llfty
two years old. It was to her mother
thut Byron addressed those touchintf
"My aUterl my iweet jljterl If namo
u Dcarur an J purr wiro, linhoultl be Initio."
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