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ot a hearty meal nor the enjoy
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COKCLUDED PROai POUtTH PAOB. ,
lr of 1681 The bosrdi of lupenriiurt,
ice juries md couaty courUof the differ-
state have it in their power to collect
!h information rdily u my be needed
aid ,committee, and to facilitate Jt very
U IU lie nwe. lu ""J ty'tJa'i
eited to do to. w.u. wilt,
lirman of, Ezecutiye Committee of the
State Conrention. " 1
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Mollie Lynch, Mattie Moore, Slay
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Iter, Isabel Washington, Dora Ward,
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ds, James A Ross, John Ramsom,
ker, David Seppart, Wm Smetten,
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Many 'wTrtrli'd and wnkuful persons
find in the howlino; of drips by niht a
persistant, widimprtjud uud uwst au
noying form of irritation. Tho ownors
of dogs given to spnnd tho hours of
darkni'Hs iq tmsiduoiu howling nppcar
genorally to rogard with a surene per
sonal imperturbability tho noisy nui
sance which makes night hideous for
thoir neighbors. Nevertheless, those
who keep dogs, especially those who do
so in populous places, ought to fuel
bound to take simple precautions which
alone arc necessary to prevent a trou
blesome form of vexation, which is
really a serious source of inconvenience
and loss of rest, and probably loss of
health, to very many people. To the
honest bark of a watch dog giving
warning tongue upon suitable occasion
no one would object, but the purpose
less and unending, bowlings of the
chained cur.s which are especially prev
alent in. suburbs of towns is an intoler
able nuisance. It is not necessary to
exterminate dogs to put an end to the
annoyance in question. The nuisance
Is perfectly preventable by the adop
tion of a few simple and sensible meas
ures which, so far from injuring the of
fending animals, tends to give them
length of days by coudueiug to their
contentment. Those who have had, ex
perience in keeping dogs know that
these animals will not howl if they be
comfortable. If dogs, instead of being
cruelly chained up out of doors, in ken
nels which are often draughty and
damp, be allowed to have thoir liberty
by day, and to lie in tho house at night
they will generally sleep through tho
night in perfect quietness. Or, if it be
necessary to be chained by day, he
ought to be let loose at night, when it
will be found that he will retire quietly
to his kennel and abstain from howling
especially if he be furnished with some
fresh hay or a clean mat for a bed. In
wartn weather dogs often howj simply
because they want water, Maov'dogs
howl at night siruplv because they are
kept constantly chained by day and by
night. This is a common and most re
prehensible form of cruelty; dogs so
treated are s tiro to be restless and irri
table, andean scarcely be healthy.
Jiriluh Medical Journal.
How to Keep Hoaltliy.
"How 1 do you manage to keep
lealthj?" Disraeli was asked by a dys
peptic fop, "By dining off a sardine,"
was the answer, and there was some
truth in this. To the end of his life,
says a writer in Temple liar, Disraeli
always ate very sparingly when alone,
and this enabled him to keep a good
appetite for public occasions, thereby
rebutting the presumption, which his
pale face suggested, that be j w:is con
sumptive, in this connection some re
marks of his about wine may be men
tioned. Hard drinking was in fashion
during bis youth, and at public dinners
men who let the bottie pass were hard
ly regarded as gentlemen. Disraeli,
who could never stand much wine, suff
ered a good doal from this social usage,
and he set himself to study the de
meanor of men who could drink deep
without being any the worse for it.
Ixrd Melbourne was one of those, and
ho gae lMsxaell a wrinkle by saying:
'You pun drink if you don't talk; if
you talk much you needn't drink, for
people will think von are drunk, and
let you alone. V ft is obvious that the
etcitejnent of , conversation must co
operate powerfully with the fumes of
wine in making the brain reel. Dis
raeli, having noted this fact, went
further into the subject by observing
that man's convivial propensities are
always, taken for granted if he talks in
praise of wine, and appears to be very
critical about it. Some of his remarks
savoring of the, most refined epicurean
ism may, therefore, be ascribed solely
to his temperate desire to find excuses
for not drinking. He was not a judge
of wines, thougn he pretended to be,
and once allowed himself to lay down
the law about Burgundy against the
late Lord Sefton. A droll trait in him
was that ,-he spoke enthusiastically
aoout certain choice wines, but newr
decried any sort of liquor, not even
gin. A reason ho once gave for "say
ing something kind" about brandy In
the presence of a person addicted to
spirits. wojild have had a Mephistoph
elean, riu'B it if the subject of the ob
servation had not been, humanely
speaking, irreclaimable: "I could not
speak ill of hia only friend." "I should
call brandy his enemy," interposed a
lady. "Ab.i well, a man hates his ene
my the worse for, hearing him well
Bpoken of,", was the mild retort,
In his book on "The Working Classes
of Europe" M. Rene Lavollee pays
special attention to the German work
ing classes,: which, no doubt, are re
garded in France with a grim kind of
interest, like every thing'else from outre
Rhin. Germany, in the author's esti
mation, greatly advances the work of
civilization, ; and is worthy of an ideal
crown for the brow of its thinkers,
poets, scholars, and mnsioians, whose
splendid train is the envy of many a
nation. To this ideal crown,' however,
Germany prefers that of iron, j and this
by the strength of arms that it has
attained to its present place at the
head of Europe. 'Millions of soldiers,"
says M.LavoUee, slightly exaggerating,
are in arms at a mere sign from Bis
marck, and the soldiers are at tho same
time, laborers, workmen, and trades
men. In order to get a clear insight
into the ecuBomio and moral condition
of these masses, who with their life
blood pay for the glory and prosperity
of their country, the author has com
piled , a large store of information,
which may be summed up in the
following extract: "In the south as
in the north, in the west as in the east,
for the artisan as well as for the agri
culturist and the commercial workman,
life consists in Jittle more than bard
daily work of twelve, fourteen, sixteen,,
in soma cases even eighteen (!) hours,
with just enough food to keep up his
strength for work which rapidly brings
capital into the pockets of the employ
ers and constitutes that which is finely
described as 'national wealth.' A hut
is his shelter, where he is almost
entirely protected from the inclemency
of the weather. Briefly, ho has just
enough not to die of cold or hunger;
but he never tastes the sweets of life
nor the pleasure of leisurely reflection.
scb is tne fair fate of the victors of
Sadowa ami Reichshoffen, whose living
is gained by agriculture and oom
merce." TI10 gross untruth of this
statement will strike 'eVery ' 'one1 Who'
has ever set foot on German soil, be
It in east, west, north, or south. Tho
emigration'of -workingmen,' and par
ticularly agriculturists, is undeniably
partly due to the low wages which are
paid in Germany, but to such misery
as M. Lavollee would make his hearers
believe is universal they are never ex
posed. The ameliorations in their lot
alluded to are so small that, though a
little further removed from death of
starvation and cold, the workman
never derives any material comfort
from them, and, as before; he drinks
his coffee, eats his porridge, breadr
cheese, and potatoes watered with
brandy and beer, and plods on day by
day, fortunately not sufficiently endow
ed with intelligence to comprehend the
full degradation of his lot. The ex
haustive statistics which M. Lavollee
publishes in addition to the preceding
details serve but to confirm his stated
ments. To foreigners they may seem
"starvation wages;" pot so to those
who know the statemont of affairs in
Germany, and how little, except in
large towns, suffices for the neces
saries of daily life. S. James's Ga
zelle, Charming Women. ( . - t
It is the business of a woman of the
world to be agreeable, says a writer In
The Atlantic. She spares no pains to
make herself hs good looking as possi
ble and just as charming. And site is
always tolerant. She may think you
aro a fool for your beliefs, butsbe don't
tell you so brutally, or try to crush vou
with an avalanche of argumeut. She
tries to look at the matter from your
point of view; in short she feigns a
sympathy, if she have it not. Your
women with a purpose think it wrong
to feign anything. They won't pretend
to be sympathetic any more than they
will powder their faces, or. let. their
dressmaker improve tneir figures.
That's why they are so boring! they are
too narrow to be sympathetic, and too
conscientious to be polite. It is earn
estness that does it; earnestness is usu
ally narrowing. It is earnestness, too,
that Bets their nerves in a quiver and
makes them so restless. They can nev
er sit still; they are always twitching,
don't you know? That's earnestness.
It has a kind of electrical effect. Wo
men in earnest have no repose of man
ner. But a woman of the world feigns
that just as she feigns sympathy, be
cause it makes her pleasant to other
people. Oh, there is no doubt of it;
women with a purpose are vastly better
than other women, but they are not
nearly so nice,
He Skinned All the Cam.
A Lewiston boy, one day , last week,
learned in some way that furs, and es
pecially cat' fur, had risen in price,
and were in great demand. That night
a neighbor's cat full a victim to the
youngster's greed. The boy talked
learnedly of furs at the table next day.
His eyes wore fixed on the family cat,
but she was unfortunately white,: and
white muffs are not iu fashion, and the
youngster knew it The cut's skin was
removed and stretched upon a board,
and a Muck cat's skin sunned on the
back of the shod throughout the day.
The next day after the mills shut down,
there was not a more industrious boy
than he. Every furrier in the city
looked down that evening into an anx
ious boy's face and was obliged to de
eline. an invoice of cat's furs cheap for
cash. It was a tired boy who climbed
into his little bed that night and vowed
vengeance on the man who was re
sponsible for the exertion. He told his
story at the mill next day. Some one
told him that a cat skin was not so
much a first-class fur as it used to be,
but that it was a peat thing for spav
ins on horses. 'I be next day the boy
was industrious again. Every stable
keeper in two cities was interviewed by
a bright-eyed boy on the subject of
spavined horses. Some of them paid
no attention. Some of them looked
over his goods while the boy waited ex
pectantly. "It nearly broke my heart,"
says one livery man, "to see the tears
gather in the boy's eyes when I laughed
at him. I wouldn't of laughed U I'd
known he was in earnest," The boy
dldu't sell his fur. He went home
with it and tacked it on the board again
and stored it away in the shed cham
ber. Some one told him that cat was
liable to be fashionable any day, and
now the boy awaits the coming millen
nium for cats. Lewiston (Me.) Journal.
Forming a Lino to Kiss a Bride.
While making a short cut td the
Providence depot, I saw a clerical
friend coming down a flight of steps
with a smile on his ordinary placid
features, like a Christmas dinner.
"I was smiling to think," said he, in
explanation, "how that, Yankee habit
of forming in line will crop out You
see, I just stepped in here to do a little
marrying. It is a family where they
keep up the good old custom of kissing
the bride once for luck, once for love,
and once for fun; and, after the cere
mony, I set theexample. and the groom
followed. Then the privilege was gen
erally taken advantage of. The bride
was "passed around to be tasted of, as
it were, and it would have nmdo a
horse laugh to see all the male friends
and relatives instinctively fall into a
line and decorously await their turns
to do honor to the bride. Why, no
crowd at a stamp window, or at a hall
door, ever formed more systematically,
or fired and fell back, as a soldier
would say, with more of a matter-of-fact
and business air," and the good
clergyman turned around a corner to
have his laugh out. Boston Ulobc.
Professor Brooks and other- aatmnn.
mical enthusiasts have expressed the
opinion that the poculiar color of the
sky recently noticed at sunsot dnd sun
rise was due to the presence of vast
quantities of cosmicat dust. Another
and vcrv ttlausible theory is rterivnH
from tho well known fact ' that during'
-1. . a . j a a .
tne past year nsnermen nave reporter
a remarkable decrease: in the catch of
Spanish mackerel. The fish have nn.
doubtedly gone of somewhere sad died,
the atraosplierlc phenomenon referred
1 . . .1.-1.1.-1 .Ll- j. , ... i. .
w was prounuijr nutning uui xne re
flection of the colorsof enormous Leaps
of decaying mackerel.
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