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In hH )nt Mn fir l'tttr lira.
Who know not what It mis to frown,
Death took him mellow, tiy furprisu.
And In hi colliir ftorpt'd him down.
Through a.'I our Jiinil w could not boast
A knijrlit more (ray, more prompt than bo,
To rife and fill a bumper tract.
And pass it round, with thrio times throe I
Nono be! tor knew the feat to sway,
Or kerp mirth's boat In better trim;
For nature had but little clay
Liko t hot of which alio moulded him.
The meanest piifpt that Braced bla board
at there the freest of the free,
ITa bumper toast whr-n Peter poured
And passed It round, with three, times
n kept at true good humor's mark
The social flow of pleasure's tide;
He never made a brow look dark,
Nor caused a tear but when he died.
No sorrow round his tomb should dwell;
More pleaded his (rny old phoat would bo
For funeral hymn and passim? bell,
Xo hear no sound but threo times three!
WEIGHT, TOUCH AM KING.
Counterfeiters that Havo Secrets
Which tho Jewelers Cannot
"That's no good," said tho clork, as
ho shoved a KVcent pieco back across
tho counter of a Broadway rcstiuiraut.
"Yes it is," said tho man, who
picked it up and again laid it down,
ringing it as ho did so. "I'll let $5
"1 don't want to bet with you," said
tho man, who had not even touched tho
coin, glanciug toward a Mail- and Ex
press reporter, "but I will if you insist.
It's a glass counterfeit, and I don't
know what's in it besides glas9, but I
oan provo it to you that it's no good
without it's costing you a $5 bill. Do
you mind riskiug tho 10-cent pieco on
"No," said tho customer.
Tho man behind tho counter picked
tho token up, laid one edge of it on
tho counter, holding his thumb and
forefinger on tho other, and with a
quick pressuro broko it in two in a
nearly straight lino, which left about
two oven halves. Tho man looked on
in stupid astonishment, and picked up
ono of the pioces. Tho broken cd"-o
did not look like glass, but its texture
snowod rcailily that it was friable, and
"Now I'll show you." said the man.
ns ho picked un a little hammer
garo tho half lying. on tho counter a
couple oi cmick cracks. It was pul
verized as if it had been hammered in
a mortar, and showed only bits of brittle,
broken substances, gluss-liko iu all re
spects except color. The particles were a
tioaa tcau color, and the. still unbroken
half showed a date of Is.')"), indication-
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mm mo couniLTiciiLrs iiuti, on account
of its dead color, decided totakoati old
instead of a recent date.
These coins havo been made to weigh
and ring so liko silver that it is iuipo3
sibio to tell to what extent they have
been circulated, aud doubtless iuanv
havo passed through many hands with
out having created any suspicion.
Marken Brothers, who handlo" enor
mous quantities of silvor of all sorts,
eaid they had seen two samples. Tho
coins aro made in all grades, and tho
two they saw woro both standard dol
lars. Ono of tho brokers was trailing
a fistful of dollars from his right hatitl
to his left, when his oyo caught tho
milled edgo of tho coin, which luoked
thiekor than its predecessors and suc
cessors. Ticking it out, ho found that
tho milling was not quite so distinct as
it should be, and tho coin had a dead
look, but answered correctly to tho
touch. Ho threw it out and refused to
tako it, rot timing it to his customer.
A fow days afterward a man cruno in
with a similar coin, only that it was
already broken in two pioces, which
full apart as tho stack of coin rippled
over his lingcr-ends. Tho edgos look
ed liko those of a lump of mica, or
bheeted isinglass as ("hey aro found by
geological field hunters. That thero
was glass In it ho could only guess,
and has never mot unyono who could
suggest a method by which base motal
could bo combined with glass so as to
fivo a trim weight and tho right ring,
he glass Is evidently intended tomako
the ring corroct, and yet it nnist bo
thoroughly mixed with tho metal or it
could not be broken with tho pressuro
of a thumb.
"Uow do you detect counterfeit coin,
"Ah! that I can't tell you; I don't
know." Tho pilo of dollars, thirty
hicrh, trickled down his hand ami were
lodged in even piles in tho comer of a
tray as ho remarked: "And I can't tell
you how I count them, but you see
they all como out in stacks. 1'Jl
wager that I don't miss a bad coin, but
how, I don't know. Weight, and
touch, and ring havo all to do with it,
and a quick eye assists. As these dol
lars slido from ono hand to tho other
tho eye takes in tho milled edges and
thicknoss of tho coiu; my fingers tell
mo whether thero is something lost or
added In weight, and also whether
there is a smoother, salvy, sur
face, which docs not mean silver. As
1J ?8 r?n VBlh 1 Ret the ring so
perfectly that it 00 coin is not like
another my ear tells mo at once, and
w surely that, fast as they run, I can
Pick up tho exact coin in a second.
Xou see it can bo only a matter of ex
penenco and training. It's much lik
a child playing jacks, ono will c.itch
every pebblo and tho other won't I
do not for a moment pretend to krow
Low those glass counterfeits aro mado
or bow tbey can bo mado to weih and
ring, but tho thing I do knowrU tho
touch and ring of gouuine silver. Noth
ing else has tho same touch or tho
eamo ring, and on that I can uot ho de
ceived. "My finger toll more than my eyes
do, but the eye will measure- tho thick
ness and milled edgo of a coin as fast
as they can fall, "when tho eye is
trained to that business. It is the same
with postago anil internal revenue
stamps; wo can not bo deceived by
thorn. Outsiders and strangers make
tho mistake of looking for counter
feits. Wo never do that. Wo know
tho genuino and look for it, and where
tho symptoms aro against it wo don't
tako it. Wo hunt for good coin, other
people hunt for bad.
A reporter for tho Mail and Express
visited various silver and glass men iu
New York city in tho hopo of finding
out what were tho characteristics of
tho combination by which glass could
bo mixed with baso motals. Ho did
not succcod. Tho secrets of tho coun
terfeiters aro not known to tho smelters,
nor aro they to tho glassworkers, and
neither can understand how thero can
bo an amalgam or fusing. Tho bad
metal, according to that, must bosomo
comparatively new discovery. Glass
weighs only one-tenth that of silver,
ana no base metals approach tho wemht
of silver, so that all aro puzzled.
"WIT AXI HUMOU.
A voiinc: nian asks: "When is tho
best timo to move?" When tho rent is
A Frenchman has disproved tho no
tion that garlic is a cure for hydropho
bia. This w ill rob tho disease of much
of its terror.
A poet chirps: "Encircled bv that
yawning gulf I stood entranced." It
looks liko a delicate intimation of the
fact that ho tried to kiss a St. Lou'h
Not as broad us it is long. Sleeping-
car conductor: "You can roll in when
ever you want to." Fat man: "Yes,
and roll out wncn I don't want to."
Rosa Bonhuur's hair turned white
during her recent illness. Mr. Barnum
would give considerable if his latelv-
acqnired elephant would do likewise.
It is now about tho color of tho ashes
of a 2-ccnt ciirar.
A little o-year-old boy. who had seen
a peacock for tho first "time, ran into
tho house, exclaiming to his sister:
"Oh, Lizzie! Fvo seen a great, big,
munstife.roii3 tail walking round, with
a hen tied to it!"
A religious weekly tells "How to
keep from going to sleep in church."
One way is to chango your minister;
but the most elleotivo way is to go tith
ing in the morning, and remain homo
at night to rest.
A woman started tho first daily paper
in tho world in London in 1702." It is
believed that she did it to break up a
sowing society which would not admit
her. Tho paper published all the news
before the sewing society met, and in
less than a month tho society went to
At a medical examination the pro
fessor said to a student: "1 will sup.
poso that a man has fallen into a deep
excavation and broken his skull upon
ono of tho tools the workment left
there. You aro summoned. What
would you do?" The student: "I would
leave the man there and havo the ex
cavation filled up!"
Thomas Holloway, tho pill man, is
dead. Ho was worth $10,000,JUU Ho
never took any of his own pills, and
died at tho ago of 84 years, fully con
vinced that thero is more dollars in
selling pills than there is cents is tak
ing them. Header, go thou and do
likewise. Tho Jlawkuc is tho b"st ml-
vestising medium in America. Hur
ling ton JIawkiye.
Tho Empress of Austria can set tvno.
Exchange. Wo havo been fortunate
enough to obtain a proof-sheet of a
dozen "society" items set by tho Em
press, ana present herowith a speci
men of her composition: "ltio Beaut i-
jul ma.M;e Krowsfcie.wtio Dresses with
such cxseiletn is vwii'mU be.i friend
Uiiio Ja.ttbrofcoski! orndown Jkr-
At an evening school for adults in
Horusoy "Tho' Horse" was given to
tho pupils as a subject of composition.
An agricultural cottager ono of thoso
who will shortly havo a vote set to
work with a will, and executed tho fol
lowing: "Tho ors is tho noblest of an
crmals and so is tho kovv. if you hit
im ho won't do it. Tho ors has 4 legs
1 in each korncr. Finis." London
According to the Philadelphia Tiiur.i,
society in that city is agitated over tho
question whether iho "window reflect
ors" which are put out at second-story
windows, to allow tho inmates of a
house to see what is going on outside,
and, in particular, wlio is ringing Uio
front door bell, aro to bo tolerated. It
seems to ho very generally agreed that
they aro convenient, but in "horrid
form." They are very numerous.
A mother seal followed a schooner
which had captured her baby along tho
coast of California for eighty miles.
After tho vcssol reached tho wharf at
Santa Barbara f ho young seal was tied
up in a jtitosaek and let loose on tho
deck. Soon after coming to anchor
the seal responded to its mother's calls
by casting itself overboard, all tied up
as it'was in tho sack. Tho mother
seized tho sack, and with her sharp
teeth tore it open, and the reunited
pair swam oil' together. Talcs vf the
Tho meanest girl has just been found.
Sho is an Albia, Iowa, girl who has a
pet calf, which she has haltered in tho
front yard. She has taught it to fight,
and when her fellow takes his depar
ture sho loosens tho picket ropo and
ropo and tho calf butts him over. Sho
rushes to his rescue with seemingly
heroic devotion nml saves him. Hero
ism is a great quality in a woman, but
it is unfair for a girl to win tho affec
tions of her fellow by this deception,
matter if ignorance is bliss.
A merchant in Berlin, having fallen
in lovo with nn opera singer, purchased
two dresses and sent them to her to
mako her choice, saying ho would call
to know her decision. Shortly, how
ever, before the hour ho had intended
to set out on his errand, the merchant
received from his beloved a billd doux
to tho following ell'eet: "Of tho dresses
you havo sent I like ono quite ns well
as the other. 1 will, i f:i(.f, keep both.
so inuijou nave m no0( to call."
"Mr. Schmidt," said a (lerman gen
ticnian yesterday, as ho entered a l'ilts
burg merchant's olliee. "Mister
bchmidt, I hnf tier schmall po "
UA1UI) BULLETIN; THURSDAY MQRN'LM, JUNK 20, 1884,
"(ireat heavens! Mr. Schneider," was
tho hurried r ply, "don't come here."
and tho clerks rapidly disappeared in
various directions. "Vot's .'u'r madder
mit you felh-rs anyhow?'' pursued
Schneider. "1 liaf der small I'u 1
of butter oud in mine wagon ot u r
Mrs. Schmidt ortered last wick al
reaty." Explanations and cigars fol
lowed. If you urc poor there is ono con-ola-tion.
Y'otir heirs will mi go into co;, i t
to prove that you were an imli ei.e dur
ing your childhood, un hiiot nt the
timo of your marriage, an. I a ei-.ier-ing
lunatic for years' bt foie you tii. d.
For thero are people iu this world, for
whoso existence (iod lias som.i ail-iut-cieut
reason that is wisely hidden li'or.i
mankind, who just lnvo to ru.h in:
tho court-room and tho m wspupers to
provo such things about their ivh
fathers. They can't always prove tie m.
hut. they try their bes'. And vet U;c;e
aro some people who think there U ;.o
world better or more perfect than t..i
Tho Providence Journal savs of :c
high opinion held of hinm-lf by th"
boy who has reached 111, the lat ";a;
of boyhood, "There is rto (pic, lion ' ;'
which lie has not a conli.b ni an l :. 1
dispnsing judgment. Why, if we ei
all HI, there would be no nVod of Con
gress nor of the Supreme Bmeh. Wo
should each know ii all. In n lU' ;i
his opinions are iq ially decisive, "llui
tlo not understand me, mv friends, thai
in making fuu of the Lov", ai mis
any other period of Ins life, 1 mean to
deprecate or discourage his aspiraiion-.
Far from it. I would not give a p.-nftv
for the Loy c f sixlccif who'd id not in
to bo a man."
Tho law's iuhantagc: Young doe-.or
"Hello, John, how aro you geiiing
along?" Young lawyer "I have only
secured about a dozen clients so far,
but tley all stick to me, so I should
not complain." Young doctor "No,
indeed, you should not complain. 'That
is the advantage of being a luww r. 1
wisli I had studied law instead of med
icine." Young lawyer "Indeed, have
you failed to get patients?" Youii.;
doctor "Well, no. I have had pi'et v
good luck getting patients, but tie y
don't stick." Young lawyer "H'hv is
that?" Yuung doctor"! don't know.
They just dio oil'."
How To Shoot Cats.
A tall man rushed into a gun-storo
on the Bowery. Ho had a haggard
face and a wild eye.
"(.Jot any air-guns?" he shouted,
looking around with a desperate,
The clerk got behind The Mail and
AViAss' reporter and mildly replied,
"Trot her out, quick!'' thundered the
man, growling at the trembling clerk
behind the reporter.
"Here's a good ono for $10," faltered
the clerk, with a tremor in his voice
like that of a dying Italian tenor.
"Too much," groaned tho man, des
pondingly, "I've only got ?."."
"What do you want it for?" venture I
"What is it 1 want it for?" yelled
tho man, glaring fiercely at the
clerk. "If you had a thousand cats in
your back yard every night, and
hadn't slept a night for a week, young
man, you wouldn't ask mo what I
wanted an air-gun for?"
"Oh, I've got just what you want for
!f,"," said the clerk, taking down a
small rilb from tho window. "You
can knock tho Eutcrwean inspiration
out of a hundred eats a night with this
"Y'cs, but the report of the rillo will
bring a hundred policeman," retorted
the man, "and they'd make more noise
than a million cats."
"Yes, but this doesn't make any
more noise than iho air-gun," rejoined
tho clerk; "the cartridge used is al
most as noiseless."
The man appeared satisfied, laid
down a five-dollar bill, and went out
witli tho rillo and a couple of boxes of
"Ho many people use tho air gun?"
inquired tho reporter. n
"Several years ago the air gun was
very popular. Now it is oiTiv used
iu an occasional shooting-gallery. It
was noiseless, but was ohi'y'cifective at
fifty feet. Tho invention of those
noiseless cartridges thai will send a
ball tho size, of a pea 2.j' feet brought
thoso sniaU rifles into use for that pur
pose. Indeed, there are hundreds of
people who keep these rifles in their
rooms for no other purpose than to
shoot cats. This use of them is so
common that people call them thy rat-and-cat
"Do they shoot rats with these
"Certainly. Some shoot them after
tho rats arc caught in the traps.
Others don't wait tor the rats to get
caught, but place thu bait and shoot
the rat as soon as he makes an appear
ance. An old 'longshoreman oos
down to tho docks every day luid
shoots wharf-rats for hours together
without attracting attention." "
"Aro these lilies used for any other
"Not very much. A few peoplo who
co into tho country buy them to shoot
birds and squirrels. Shooting galleries
also are substituting them for air-guns.
But their principal use is to shoot" rats
"Why is the cartridge noiseless?"
"Tho ordinary cartridge lias gun
powder. This cartridge contains "ful
minant mercury, tho same as is used
in caps, and a small quantity gives tho
Fame velocity to the ball that "a large
quantity of gunpowder will. You see
the cartridge is very little larger than
an ordinary percussion cap," and it
makes scarcely more noise." AVw
lurk Mail and Exprms.
At a recent lire in Boston the insur
ance brigadier used a new device for
tho first time. It is called a water tun
nel, and is used to carry water from
Honrs to tho street. It is wimply a
largo tunnel of conical shape, similar
to that used for pouring liquids into
narrow-mouthod receptacles, and has a
short pieco of hose attached, which is
carried out of a window, 'i he dovico
is mounted on a tripod, and is plaecd
directly under a hole cut thrnmrh tho
floor aliovo. The water on the fioor is
then forced in tho holo and carried
through Iho hose into Iho sired, iu
Btond of being driven down tho stair
way ns has before been the case.
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Mutual Life ifc Accident
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KNOW THySELF. JS?
A Great Medical Vork on Manhood
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C17 St. Charles St... ST. LOUIS, MO.
A roirnlar Orrnlnnt of two mcillral
rollfi:. . Ion iM.fii loin-ft nii.'ird Iu tlie trest
5"nt oft I, mm,., Nxrvo.ia, HUin an. I
J lloo.l Ulsca-f h than any otlirr physician In
IM. I.oiiti, at city piiprri show and all 1. I1I rel-il.-iits
Lnnw. ( ousuitatlon at off.ee or bv mall,
fr.r Hinl liivlu-.l. A rrlfiiill'tklkorhlaoplnl.iii
costs nothlnif. Whi-n It li IfH-oi.irenleot to THIt
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liyiniillor rxpro. cvrrvwhri". rnrahli cavt
K'l ir.int.i-.i; whTf iloulii ex!t:.it. Is frankly
Hnt.'I. ta.ll or Writ;,
crT0tM Prrntratloti, Peliltlty, Mental anil
Phrilral WfaknM, Morfuilal and other
afleft lorn of Throat, KUn anil Bone., Blood
Impurltlfi ami fllooil Polnnlng, kln Altef-
tlon, OldSorea and llrert, Impedimenta to
Marriage, liheiimatNm, Plle. Special at;
tenllon t ra.ea from orer-worked brain.
M'IK.If Afi CASKS refelra apeclal attention.
niyy irNtnur from Imprudence, KQMMt
Indulirenoes or Expoiurea,
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pai M, ul.-ir Mlii ntlon to a clasof ca'f attains
K'n at fl,lll. hii'I ilivk-l.ins In rrtfiilar praotlra
all ovi r thf rountry knowlnif this freo -ently
reronniifinl m-i-tt to the ol'li -t ollli-i? It' A incrl
ra. h hi'rn i viTT known appliance Is lesortrd
to. ami tlie prov.-f I kooiI renio'lln- of all
iori 4 nml ciiiiitrlf'S ar- iin .l, A wtiolfi bouse 4
iik. 'l fOroilire piirMi'S,and all are treated with
kill In a ri'M'"'Mf"l iiiauiiiTt and, ktiow.nir
what to do, ii.)txif!rlnn iit- are niailp. On ac-r-oiinl
of tin) (rrcat nuiiil-r a,pl -l nf. tha
1 Inn i-'i s aro kept low, often lowi-r than Is If
inaiiurii iiy otners 11 yon wirurf. int. ski 1 rnn
1.1 a .pi -i .iv nun perifri 1111. cure, mai .1 mn
ini.oi lant iii.ilti r. PauibhleL M LaL'e-i. Hint
toai.y addri.-AS frre.
l.liyant clolh and v 1 1 1 lilinllni Sealed for 50
ri iil-. In po-tuun or i iirrviii y. over II fly win
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follow I n 11 toiiii iH! , Im limy marry 'I w ho 11 it t
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Im ii-ii-i i. 1 In, -ii niai rii il or ,iiil..iiiliitili.'
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sent prepaid hT nia.ll. Mampln
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