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Lord liertio Ellosmero walked into
his wife's sit tinr-room ono nftenioon,
with nu tiniisuiilly suriotM expression
on his face. For Lord Uertio was a
youtio; man of a cheerful disposition,
not given to serious thoughts. Ho found
Lady liertie in her room, engrossed in
the absorbing occupation of looking in
the glass. .She di4 not turn when ho
entered, but rontinued to study the
dimples in her chin. She had been a
recognized beauty when she married,
and still held that positiou: therefore
she must bo forgiven for continuing to
look iu the glass without apology,
whether her husband or any one else
entered tho room. Actresses do not
apologize for settling their rulllos and
studying the effect of their "make-up"
in the green-room mirror all the while
they carry on a conversation; why,
then, should not a society beauty watch
her own face while she" talks? It is
but a matter of business in both cases.
Lord and Lady Bertie had been mar
ried two years, and they were still ex
cellent frieuds. No jealousy or mis
understanding had, so far, marred
their content with each other.
Lord Bertie sat down and looked at
tentively for a momeut at his wife's
back, but its prettiuess did not occupy
his mind at this moment.
'May,'' he said suddenly, and in a
grave voice, "is there anything you
Anything I want!" exclaimed Lady
Uertio." "Well, I should think so! I
want a new idea for a ball dress; I
want an Esquimaux dog; 1 want my
diamonds reset: I want to go to S;.
Petersburg this winter; 1 want I can't
think of them all now, bat I want a
hundred things. ''
"Do you want money?"
".Money.' Xoi particularly at tho
moment;'but if you are overburdened
with bank notes I feel sure I can use
" "Don't talk nonsense. May; I'm in
earnest. And I do wish you'd turn
I'm busy," replied Lady Bertie.
And so, indeed she was. 5-he was ap
plving with the greatest care and skLl
a. minute patch of sticking plaster to a
t;ny ueieci wu;en sue naa uiscovercu
on her chin. "Fancy you being in earn
est;" she went on. "What can it be
"May, have you been gambling?''
asked Lord Bertie abrup'.lv.
"Gambling!" cried Lady Bertie.
'Certainly not. Why, I should have
hollows under my eyes in a fortnight!
What can have put such aa idea' in
"I'll toil you," said Lord Bertie.
"Just low, for ti.e second time, I have
t( en a dreadful looking Jew, with any
(juantity of watch chain over an im
mense) waistcoat, go'n; out of this
house. Now, what on earth can you
want with a Jew, if it isn't to borrow
Dear me!" said Lady Bertie, with
scorn, "what a poverty-stricken im
agination yours must lie! One might
want a great many things of a .b;w, I
should ti.iuk. Jews are very clever
"Don't you mean to tell me what
that man come 3 t see you for?" asked
Lord Bertie in a gloomy tone.
"No!" said L idy Bcr.ie airily, but
with much decision: "no, I don't.
"Now," she added, turning around at
lat, "am I looking well to-day?"
"You are getting handsomer, I be
lieve," said Lord Bertie, but in the
same gloomy torn.
"1 am very glad you think so!" ex
claimed La'iy Bertie, with fervor.
"That's all ri'bt then." And she left
the mirror ami cauw to a low chair
near her husband. She was exceeding
ly graceful arid could sit down in an
a'rU-tic manner worthy of the great
Sarah. Si, e formed a lovely picture,
in hor white wrapper that was .little
more, than u cloud of Valenciennes, as
the posed herself in her favorite loungo
and crossed her pretty pink slippered
f-..-t. Lord Bertie had thrown himself
into an easy, but hardly graceful alti-
t ; his legs outstretched and his
h -i- on the ground, his hands in his
troupers pocket. Sitting thus, he eyed
hi, hi .-dutiful wife all over, with a de
jected and perplexed air.
"It's not all right," he said, after a
moment. "1 hate mysteries. ve
kept clear of them ho far. May. If you
won't clear this oiks up, I'll cut it short
by telling the servants that Jew is not
to enter this house."
"Oh, do!'1 said Ladv Bertie; "that
will make such a nice little scandal for
the servants' hall! And bv to-morrow
it wiil be half over town.'
"Well, 1 don't want to make a fool
of myself, and l'rn sure I've no desiro
that you should be talked about; but I
can't stand this state of things."
"In fact, you ate dying of curiosi
ty?" "Not at all. But if you are in dilh
cullies, I'm ready to get you out of
them. 'I here's my hand on it, M iv;
and nil 1 n.sk is, don't go to anybody
"What a dear hoy you are," said
Lady Bertie. "But there's nothing to
be s serious about, I assure you. I'm
not going to tell you why my friend
comes hero, nr what my business is
with him; liceuiiHo that would be coun
tenancing absurd tvrannv on your part
which I don't mean to do."
"Don't answer like that, May, I
can't Maud it. 'I n,. jijr,t comedy man
tier isu't always appropriate. I'm in
tamest, ami you've do ne nothing but
cliatHuu since (v.m,, ',,"
"Very well, I'd drop into melo
drama. Wild i,()i(.s won't drii.r my
secret fr. ni m-; y m.lv ,.(kt, I)n?i(l.
bull will not speak! Now 1 n.u d'dress
to go out; so good-by."
' She rose, went away to bcr dressin"-
room, and rang tho bell for her maid.
So the conversation ended of neces
sity. For three weeks Lord Bertio lived iu
a state of gloom and' uneasiness, play
ing tho amateur detective, and playing
It with ii results. He saw no more of
tho Jew; ami as tho conviction forced
itself upi "ii hint that the man had been
told not to come, he grew more gloomy
and more uneasy. For three whole
weeks ho said no word to Lady Bertie
except iu public; aud even then ho
sometimes lixed his eyes upon her in a
truly melodramatic manner. For a
young man of u cheerful disposition
this seemed strange; but ho was haunted
by a conviction that Lady Bertie was
much cleverer than himself, and he
was resolved not to bo deceived by her
apparently light-hearted iudill'erenco
to his displeasure.
Tho breach gradually widened until
it became evident to their intimate
friends that Lord and Lady Bertie were
no longer on good terms. As to theii
domesiie life, it was shipwrecked, and
that very easily. Lady Bertio went
through her accustomed round of so
cial duties, aud was just as gay and
just as bright as ever; but she never
saw ner nusoaua except when ho offer
ed her his arm as a matter of business.
lor a little while this amused her rath
er; it was like playing in a French com
edy to have a sulky, jealous husband,
and to be consoled by a hundred charm
ing creatures, all admirable specimens
of tho various approved types of lady
killers. For consolation of this kind
was offered on tho instant. Lady Bertio
recognized, with a half-angry and half
triumphant amusement, that tho ad
miration offered her to-day was of a
different order from that which had
been hers three weeks ago. Perhaps
this sense of power, the consciousness
that there was abundant mockery of
love reaity to liatul, Helped nor to un
derstand the value of the real love
which the world already believed her
to have lost.
One morning she sent a message to
her husband, asking him to come to
her room. He came, and stood silent
ly at attention. As before, sho was
looking at herself in tho glass.
"Hood morning, Bertie," she said,
gayly, and turned from tho mirror to
look' at him. "Don't you think that
this nonsense has gone far enough? I
expect in the next twenty-four hours to
have at least half a dozen projects of
elopement submitted for my considera
tion. Now the Duke wouldn't like a
scandal of that sort, would he?"
"Perhaps not," answered Lord Bertie
"Well, I don't propose to run away
just now that is, if you'll be reason
able. The present agreeable state of
things has dated, I believe, from the
day when I wouldn't tell you who my
frieDd the Jew was. Now I am going
to propose terms. If I take you into
my confidence will you keen what I tell
you from every living soul?''
"That depends," said Lord Bertie,
"Then I will not take you into my
conlidence. Consider that nothing has
been said. We wiil go on as we were,
and things shall take their course."
"But I'm awfully tired of it. May.
Come, say what you have to say, and
I'll swear mvseif to secrecy."
"The subject must never be mention
ed when my maid is in the room; I
know she talks."
"I won't forget."
"No member of the family is to ever
hoar of it; I'll kill you if you tell your
"I have sworn."
"Yes, I know, but you must swear
also not to tease me or drop hints."
"Well, the Jew is coming this morn
ing, and you shall assist at the inter
view, if you like. Do you see this spot,
pimple call it by any bad name you
"1 K-e it."
"Well, he is going to take it off.'"
Good heavens! May, you don't
mean to sav vou'd let that man touch
"I'd be touched by by any.Lfhg,
rather than have a pimple on my face.
But ho only does it with a camel's hair
brush and some stuff that stings."
"But this is ridiculous nonsense,
"Not at all. He is supposed to
dcrslan 1 all about the skin, and he
invented an sor:s oi lotions ior eiesr
in" the complexion. Half the women
vou know employ him, I
Bertie; but I don't want
know I've conic to it yet."
"But what's the good of
secrecy? He'll go aud h
' Not he; he's too wise
id ali these
to risk his
"There's something in that, I've no
i . ii . i . i . . . ... 1 1 . . i . -
count. Jim i can uaruiv uciicve any
man calling himself a man can have
such a trade."
"U ell, lie ii Mi here in two minutes;
you can stay una see mr yourself that
1 have spoken the truth. Are vou go
ing to apologize for the life you've led
".Not exactly; but 1 Jl ten ymi what,
May, I elect myself your complexion
clearer for the future. We'll go yacht
ing to mo .Mediterranean tins ycur;
that 11 take away the spots, nnd you
can throw this brute over."
"Agreed!" cried Lady Bertie, just as
a knock came at the door.
Lord Bertie did not wish to assist at
the ceremony, and ho hurried out of
one door as the Jew came in at the
other. But ho enmn back later in the
morning, and went out with Lady
liortie in lier carriage in the afternoon
I hey seemed absurdly contented with
eaeli other's society; and Urn many ad
mirers of the beautiful Lady Bertie saw
very soon that what they had taken for
a very serious ntlair was nothing mare
than a lover s cpiarrol.
h-oni Uertio kept ins word; no never
"told" and ho took Lady Bertio to tho
Mediterranean, where they spent a sort
of second honeymoon. And at present
Lady Bertio is Independent of her Jew
ish friend s assist anee. I.mvhm WurLI.
louvo iosi your umin-eiia-covor,
madam, said a geiilicm iu to thu bride
of the "Living Skeleton," politely
handing heritn article she had dropped,
"Tiiuuk you, slio replied, pleasantly,
"hut that am t an umbrella-cover. It'.s
my iiusuanu B uisier. armiyu Kmjk.
The Fir!. Ico-Palai f.
Tho first ieo-palaco was built by tho
Empress Anna Ivanovna, on tho Neva,
In tho construction of this work tho
simplest means were used. First, thu
purest nu 1 most transparent ico was
selected. Tliis was cut into large
blocks, Mii:ued with rule and compass,
and carved with all tho regti'iir archi
tectural embellishments.. No cement
was used. Each block when ready
was raised to its destined place by
cranes and pulleys, and just before it
was let down upon the block which
was to support it, water was poured
between the two ; the upper block was
immediately lowered, and as tho water
froze almost instantly, in that intensely
cold climate, the two blocks Locarno
literally one. In fact, tho whole build
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single mass of ico. The effect it pro
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beautiful than if it had been of tho
most costly marblo its transparency
and bluish tint giving it rather the ap
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In dimensions, the structure was
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twenty-one feet high, aud with walls
tim e feet in thickness. At each corner
of the palace was a pyramid of tho
same height as tho roof, of course
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The actual length of the front view,
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The palace was built in tho usual
style of Russian architecture. The
ic u!c was plain, being merely divided
into compartments by pilasters. There
was a w indow in each division, which
was painted in imitation of green
marble. The wiudow-panes wre
formed of slabs of ice, as transparent
and smooth as sheets of plate glass.
At night, when tho palace was lighted,
the windows were curtained by canvas
scrccus, on which grotcsipie figures
were painted. Owing to tho transpar
ency of the wholo material, the gen
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have been line, the whole palace seem
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which Is lina uat.ta. So lo ind ty tha Aiithnr,
whose experie'icc lor il yersis such a prohab:j
never befere fell to the lot of any physician . .CO
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This hook should he read by the young tut In
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Mass., who may be ensnhcrj on all dtsiaet re
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nate disea-es ihat have ballled T T 1? I the
skill ol all O'tier physicians a llljlXlJ spe
claltv. 5uch treated sue- rp I VQI.' I
ccsfally without an Inst- 111 1 IJiiiil
anceol fa:lure .Mention this paper.
In the blood is apt to show ifelf in the Spring.
and nature should by -Ii means be sues ed In
throwing it off. Swift's S; ttliic due' t :i elleetlve
ly. Ills a purely vegetable, noti poi oiious rem
edy, which helps nature to lorce all the poison or
mint out tbro gti me pores of tlie skin.
Mr. Kohert A. paley, of Dickson, Tenn.. writes
under date of March id. lssi: ! had chill and
lever, loliowed hv rheumatism, for tbreu years, so
li. at i was not ao e to attend to my tiusluirs; trad
tred iilmost every kind ot m. dli ln , and I nnd
no re ii f A frlotid ecouiniui d-d Swift's Specific
1 ir td one b itt.e and mv lnultli began to Improve.
1 coi.iinned u til I r.ad taken six hottl- s, arid It
nil set me on mv fei t, as souud and as well as
ever. 1 recommend it lo ail similarly afflicted."
Letters from twenty-three (il) of the leading re
tail driiii'ists of Atlanta sav. mi er ilate March VI
ISM: "Wesell lilrire ef Swill's Hpeclllc t huii anv
o'lo-r one remedy, nnd three to ten times as much
as anv oiln r bond medicine. sell it to all
Clas es, and manv of trie best families use It as a
general health tonic
1 am sure that Swift's Specific saved my life.
wa terribly u n-oued with ma aria, and was given
up to dre Swift's Sie cillc relieved mu Drum ol 1 v
and entirely. 1 think it the. greatest remedy of
C. (l. S PENCE H,
Sup't (las Works, Koine, Oil
I have known aud used Swift's Specific for nioro
than twenty years, ai d have s-en mi re wonderlul
results from its use than from any rem dy In or
out of the Pharmacopcpra. it is a certain and sure
antidote to a l sorts "f Itlood Poison.
J JJICK3UN SMITH. M. I).
OurTrentis.' on Blood and Skin Diseases mulled
free to applicants.
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