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Magic No More a Mystery Seen From
Across the World.
"Ilaroun of Aleppo." raid Mr Philip Demil,
"had maMurid every secret in naturu which the
nobler magic seek tofmliom. lie discovered Unit
the truo art ul Lea lug is t jaswlst Nature to throw
offtho diseise to snrnmon, as It were, the whole
syitem to eject the enemy that Inn fuMened on a
part. His processes all Included the roliiYlgoratlon
of the principle of life."
InthlithoKiistern sajfu merely anticipated the
practice of the best physicians of to-day. What
life ItnU Is, nobody knew iben-nohody knows
now. Hut wo have learned somethlnn of the rea
sons why the mysterious tide rises and fulls.
ilrl i. . vnt u'Kn " ,h0 ,,0ly nro '"' Irre
parably destroyed, uud cal i lence run alwavro-
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INVAHIANLT IN AIIVANCK.
All commniilcat'ons should be addrrssed to
K. A. BUKSKTT,
Publisher and t'rourletor.
Delhi, that city of miiiaroU tlio soat
lu former j oins of tho Great Mogul,
wlioso rule tlnniinatoil lliiuiostan, and
whoso stylo utnl niafftiilieenco reacbod
tlio ears of tlio inhabitants of tlio old
world in sucli an rxatTated way as
to mako people hollo vo that tho strocts
wero paved with roll!.
In the year 18.;7, Delhi, though shorn
of its ntii!i"tit spiiiinlor, was still a place
to talk and dream of.
'J'lie bazanrs were filled with rare and
posi'v incrclinndisc, and streets of tho
capital contained nothing but jewel
rv, which was Inr'y exported to
Knropo and America.
Hut in a sinclo n'pcht all this was
changed, and instead of tho hum of
toilinr thousands there camo tho brazon
notes'of tho war-trumpet, tho boom of
cannon, the rattlo of musketry, and tho
Fteoly flash of naked sabres.
British valor was onco tnoro called
upon to defend tho lionor of Old Eng
land against a nation in revolt a hand
ful, so to speak, of devoted men wero
pitted apainst Sepoys, outnumbering
them a hundred to one or more.
Two oilicers were seated in a tent
enjoying a weed and a cup of fragrant
co flub ttfter the toil of the day, on
which a hard battlo had been fought
against tho enemy, victory declaring
for tho side of tho British.
"This is achango with a vengeance,"
remarked Captain Vundeleur, a gallant
soldier in a crack cavalry regiment.
"A fortnight ago wo wero dancing at
General Coghlan's party, with his swcot
granddaughter, Cicely, as an engaging
partner; now wo caper to different
music, with no lady friends to sniilo en
couragement upon us."
Quito right, old fellow," laughed
Cyril lienthorpc, surgeon in tho corps,
and as bravo and handsomo a fellow as
ever used lancet to relievo suil'oring
humanity. "I'm afraid we wero both
hard hit in that quarter; an affection of
tho heart, which, perhaps, a rebel bul
let will cure one of these days."
"It's a soldier's lot if it docs," said
Vandeleur lightly. "I had no idea
though, lienthorpc, that you wero in
the lists against me; but wo needn't
bo less friends for that," need we, old
"Certainly not," said his friend.
whoso faeo assumed a more serious air
as ho added: "liy tlio way, 1 wonder
why we have received no news from tho
old general. I hope tho rebel aro giv
ing him no trouble"
"By Jovel I never thought of that.
But hero comes Major l'ringlo, looking
liko anothor Bombastcs Furioso, full of
"Hallo, ynn follow!" isnid tho ma
jor, "do you know that some friends of
yours are in great peril? 1 refer to tlio
Cughlans; but before I say moro just
give mo some urandy-pawnoe; tho ac
cursed rebels kick up such a dust that
I'm well-nigh choked."
Vandeleur helped tho somewhat bib
ulous major to tho stimulant, whilst ex
changing serious glancos with Ben
thorpe. "We're sorry to hear that, Pnogle,"
remarked lienthorpc. "How did tho
news roach our camp?"
"A fellow brought a few linos from
the general, rolled up, and hidden iu
his car. A squadron of our corps is to
start to-niglit to relievo tho beleaguer
ed littlo garrison, if possible, and to
bring its members in," said l'ringlo,
holding out his glass to bo refilled.
"I should liko to go, l'ringlo, " re
marked Vandeleur ns ho poured out a
bumper for his chief with a view of
"So should I," put in llouthorno eag
"What, two of you badly hit in that
direction?" laughed l'ringlo. "Well,
well, I'm no lady's man mvsclf, andso
won't enter into rivalry with you fol
lows. 1 havo already detailed vou
both in orders for the smart littlo'af
fair. Tlio trumpet will sound boot and
saddlo at niue. Wo shall havo a moon
to guide us, thank goodness!"
When tho major left, which ho did iu
a hurry after his last glass of brandy
pawnee, tho friends sat on in silence
for somo minutes, evidently deeply con
cerned about the fato of Cicely Cogh
lan, a lovely brunotto, with lauo-hing
black eyes and hair as dark as a rav
en's wing just such a girl as to con
quer a whole regiment of improssiona
blo olliuers tlio very beau ideal of a
soldier's wife gay, impulsive, yet full
of womanly tenderness and gentleness.
"Soo here, llenihorpe," said Vtuido
eur, who was tho first to break tho sl
lenco that had come upon both, "I lovo
, ly: ?,,da you 101 113 ducldo now
who shall havo her."
"How? in what way?"
"We aro both going to tho relief of
tho placo-tho man who roaches hor
side first shall win her hand that is,
provided sho is willing; tho other fol
low must retiro gracefully."
Bontliorpo pondered over tlio propos
al for a fow minutes, and then placing
his hand In Vundolour's, said with nil
a soldier's frankness:
"Dono Willi you, old fellow, It's a
bargain. If vou win, I'll congratulate
you; if I, I shall expect tho samo treat
ment at your hands."
Anything moro incongruous than
thus staking love on tho issuo of a clan
gorous expedition could not bo Ima".
Lovo, Indeed! whon bullets not many
hundreds of yards from whore tho pair
sat wore Hying about liko hall, sooting
a billot iu the corporeal frame of some
unlucky wight who was uufortunalo
onough to rrt In their way.
Jt')utid shot from long oiL'htooi
pounders and shells from howltr.ers
wero bowling about us If tho vast maid
an, or sandy plain, wero a voritablo
jkiuio-alloy where Titans wero amus
i themselves nt a favorito pastime,
knocking over humau being la lieu of
But love is HtroUL'or than death, which
annot q'lell its lile, for while the black
ungel li:,cif dies whon the lust great
trump shall nwakon the I, both
small and great, love lives on .or ever,
sailing over jasper soas to Hid music of
Tho moon had just shown itself c er
n tope of mango-trees when tho cavalry
siartedou their errand of mercy, to
rescue women and children from death
and dishonor, and to succor bravo men,
who at that moment were lattlin;:
against groat odds for dear life.
Delhi was soon left bohind, and tho
boom of cannon became fainter and
fainter, until at length it ceased alto
gether. The squadron rode through
silent villages, embowered in palin
treos, whoso tall tops looked fairyliko
in tho moonlight which Hooded every
thing. A few villago curs barked deflation,
and occasionally a troop of jackals
made night hideous with their fear
A short halt was called near a tank,
or miniature lako, whero tho horses
were watered, and tho men partook of
such refreshment as their haversacks
Tills done, thoy saw to their girths,
tind, remounting by word of command,
lost the sound of tho trumpet should
warn the rebels of their approach, thoy
galloped forward, tho clatter of their
swords and accoutrements mvakening
tlio echoes of tho night, nnd sounding
ominously of impending slrifo.
"By Jove! they're at it hammer and
tongs",'' remarked Vandeleur to Ben
thorpe in a stern tone. "I'm glad to
hear liring; it shows that tho garrison
are still holding out."
"Yes. Now to rescue Ciee'.y," svid
Ii 'iithorpo with a grim smile. "For
once I shall become a combatant ollicer,
au I shall iho my sword to wound and
siav, instoaU of saving life. I ho black
hounds deserve neither pity nor con-
si I. ration, they have committed so
Kwry man of the British nrmv shared
thrso sentiments to the full, an 1 re
oiv d that, whenever tho shock of bat
tl' c line, to nt'Uher ask for noi give
(j-tarior to such dastardly foonien.
Swords leaped from steol scabban s,
and for a moment both horses and men
were almost as motionless as statues.
Then camo the clarion notes of tho
triiiiinet, sounding tno charge, and
tway went our bravo fellows, straight
.:s an arrow from a well-bent bow, for
The relief had como not a moment
too soon, for when tlio first British sa
bre descended on tlio head of a rebel
pov, a hand-to-hand right was going
on between the garrison and tho muti
Vandeleur and Bonthorpo kept closo
together, and thrust aud parried, and
gave downright blows, as they mado
their way through swarms of dusky
foumen, whoso faces blanched before
the courage displayed by British sol-
iiors, who, if well-handled, aro always
At last Vandeleur was able to tako
General Coghlan by the hand, aud to
"Whero is Miss Coghlan?" Beu-
"She was s.nfo a moment ago."
"By Heavens.' that's Jinr voice call- I
ing for help!" exclaimed Vandeleur.as,
spurring his horse forward, he rode In
that direction, followed by lienthorpc,
both of whom saw tho woman they
loved in tho arms of an officer of sowara
(irregular cavalry), who was well
mounted, and at that moment was rid
ing oil' with his lovely prize.
Both men rode after the wretch, ea
ger to bo tho lirst to rescue Cicely.
It was a raeo for love, and promised
to bo a long one, for tho rebel's horso
was a powerful animal, aud kept up a
good pace, in spite of its double bur
then. Onco .out upon the open plain tho
chaso be'eame exciting, for tho sowar,
seeing himself pursued, put forth every
oflort to outdistanco his foes, from
whom ho would meet no mercy if over
taken. Vandeleur being a light-weight, and
a good rider, was gradually heading
away from his friend Benthorpe, whon
his horse caught its foot in a hole and
This gave Bonthorpo tho advantage
and ho was not slow to uso it, for ho
shot ahead with a grim sruilo of pleas
ure, and was pleased to find that ho
was gaining on tho sowar.
Suddenly the fellow wheeled half-
round, and taking doliborato aim lirod
at his pursuer, wuoso horso was hit and
fell under him.
liy this timo Vandeleur rodo" up.
when Bonthorpo shouted:
"trauK, win her savo Cicely! '
Vandeleur's answer was to wave his
hand, as ho kept straight on, liko a
bloodhound on tlio scout of death.
"By Heavens!" ho hissed botween
his clenched toeth, "ho'll oscapo mo af
ter all if I'm not careful!"
Snatching a pistol from tho holster,
lie tired, but tho cap only snapped.
With an anathema of disgust, ho pro
duced Its fellow, and being a noted
shot, fired this time with success, for
tlio sowar reeled in tho saddle, and fell
to tlio ground, still, however, holding
Cicely in Ids arms.
When Vandeleur's sword entorod the
rebel's body it was only just in tlmo to
savo Cicely's life; another momont,and
tho follow s dagger would havo been
plungod Into her heart.
Tho war is over, and In doar old
England Major Vandeleur stands at tho
altar with Cicely Coghlan, Bonthorpo
boing best man.
'Twas not till the honeymoon was
over that Frank told Ids wlfo of the lit
tlo incident of "Who Wins?"
Tho reason why education Is usually
so poor among women of fashion Is
tliul it Is not needed for the life which
they elect to lead. With a good llgure,
good clothes and a handsome equip
age; with a little reading of tho dully
newspapers and of tho fashlonablo re
views; and, abovo all, with the happy
tact which often enables women to
lllliko a largo display of very small ac
quirements, tho woman of fashion may
never feel the need of truu education.
We pity her none tho loss, since sho
wili never know Its peace and delight.
Juli't Ward llowc.
Handsome IJiirIIhIi Girls.
Thcro aro more handsomo women In
Brighton than nnywhoro elso in tho
world, says an English journal. Thoy
aro so common that gradually tho stan
dard of taste in the mind rises, and
good-looking woraon who would bo ad
mired in other places pass by without
iiutn-u. i uuro nu wio uowers are ros
es you do not seo a rose. Thoy aro all
plump, not to say fat, which would bo
rude, vory plump, aud havo tho glow
or youm aim uioom upon tho chocks,
Thoy do not suflor from 'pernicious
anietuia," that evil bloodlossnoss that
London physicians aro not unfrn.
quently called upon to euro, whon
tho cheeks aro whlto as papor, and
havo to bo rosied by minuto doses of
arsenic. They extract arsonio from
tho air. Tlio way they step and tho
carriage of tho form show how full
thoy aro of lifo and spirits. Sarah
Bernhardt will not como to Brighton
if sho can help it less sho should loso
tlio high nrt angularity and slippery'
noss of shapo which suits her role,
Dresses seem always to fit well.bocauue
people somehow seem to expand thorn.
It is pleasant to seo tho rirls walk.
because the limbs do not drag, tho feet
aro lifted gayly and with caso. Horso
exercise adds a deeper glow to tho
face; they ride upou tho downs first.
out of puro cunning, for tho air Is cer
tain to impart a freshness to tho fea
tures, liko dew on a flower, and then
return and walk thoir horses to and
fro on tho king's road, certain of admi
ration. However often these tricks aro
played they aro always successful.
These philanthropic folks who want to
reform woman's dress and call upon
tho world to observe how tho present
stylo contracts tho chests and forces
tho organs of tho body out of placo
(what a queer expression it seems, "or
gans?"), havo not a chanco in Brigh
ton. Girls laco tight and "go in" for tho
tip of fashion, yet they bloom and
flourish as green bay trees, and do not
find their skirts any obstaclo in walk
ing or tennis. Tho horse-riding that
goosonisa thing to be chronicled;
they are always on horseback, and you
may depend upou it that it is better
for them than all the gymnastic exer
cises ever invented. Tho liability to
strain, and even internal Injury, which
is incurred in gymnastic exercises
ought to induce sensible people to bo
extremely careful how they permit
thoir daughters to sacrifice themselves
on this scientific altar. Buy them
horses to ride if you want them to en
joy good health and sound constitu
tions. rotning liko horses for women.
Send tho professors to Suakim and put
tho girls on horseback.
Whether Brighton grows handsomo
girls or whether they flock thcro by
instinct, or become lovely by staying
thero, is an inquiry too difficult to pur
sue. There tuey are, one at least in
every group, and you havo to walk, as
the Spaniards say, with your head over
your shoulder, continually looking
back at thoso who have passed. Tho
only antidote known is to got married
beloro you visit the place, and doubts
have been expressed as to its efficacy.
In the south coast of Sevillo there is
nothing dono but heart-breaking. It
is so common it is liko hammering
flints for road mending; nobody cares
if your heart is in pieces. They break
hearts on horseback, and while walk
ing, playing tennis, shopping actually
at shopping, not to mention parties of
every kind. No ono knows wnero tho
next danger will bo encountered at
tho very next corner, porhaps. F'eml
nine garments have an irresistible flut
ter in tho sea breeze; feathers havo
beckoning motion. No ono can bo al
together good in Brighton, and that is
tho great charm of it. Tho language
of tho eyo is cultivated to a marvelous
degree; as wo say of dogs, thoy qulto
talk with thoir eyes.
A Very Hot Taxpayer.
"Is this tho United States Weather
Bureau?" exclaimed an excited indi
vidual in a melted collar and hot-as-blazes
frame of mind, rushing into tho
United Stales Signal Service olllce on
the corner of Wood street and Fifth
avenue last Wednesday.
"Yes, sir, this is an oilieo of tho bu
reau." ropliod the gentleman in charge.
''Oh, it is, is it," sarcastically ex
claimed tho perspiring individual. "H
is a part of the institution, is it? Well,
sir, it's a swindle! A barefaced swin
dle on tho taxpaying citizens, sir!
That Is what it is, sir!" And tho hot
man grew so terribly hot that his face
looked liko a bloom just ready for tlio
"I do not comprehend yon, sir," re
plied tho signal-scrvico officer, with
"O. you don' I, don't you? You don't
comprehend me? O, no. of course not.
Certainly, you don't. That ain't what
wo taxpayers pay out our money for.
to bo comprehended. What did your
buroau promise Saturday? Did'nt you
say a cold wave was on 'its way hero,
and that it would reach us Sundav, and
tho weather would bo cooler, didn't
"Well, sir, what if we did?"
What if you did! Of courso you
did. You know you did. You can't
donv iu Where Is ii?"
"I'm sure' I do not know." exclaim
ed tho ( Hi dal abruptly. "Wo do not
arrange tho weather."
"You don't! Why, what are wo tnx
payers getting for our money, then?"
exclaimed the hot ninn.
"Tho bureau simply furnishes melo
orologloal Information relative to tho
state of the weather," nnsworod tlio
olllelal, with dignity.
"Information! Great Scotland, do
you think a man has to lie shoveled In
to a blast-furnace before ho knows it
is hot? Do you menu to say wo tax
payers support this bureau to toll us
what the thermometer Is when our
shirt-collars are running Into our boots?
If you can't regulate tho weather,
what aro you for? A blind mule with
his tid! broke oil' knows when It's hot
nnd ci'M without your telling , What
lire wo t!ipavers gelling for our tnon
o,y?" ami the wltd man turned him
self out on tli. hi ! walk, a red. hot.
hi -ifig globule of wrath. 'W
Tho famous Dismal swamp Is now re
garded mainly as u source of juniper
or white cedar-for shingles, tubs,
pails, ami "ui ins" for telegraph poles.
At raro intervals, cur skies still show
somethiug of tho peculiar redness which
uuumciui licuu mom last winter, lliere
seems no reasonable? doubt, now'- t.lmt
this was (and Is) duo to volcanic dust
coming from tho bursting of bubbles
oi moiton menu tarown out at Kraka.-
ton. oampios oi tills dust havo boon
examined mieroseoiiiealiv lv mnnv
Btudeuls, and there seems no limit to
tlio lineness of division; tho higher tho
power of the lenses lim irrentoi-
number of particles seen. The vioieuco
. I. 1 ..! ! . , . ....
oi mo explosions is ueemeii Htilliulont
to have lliled the air with dust to very
groat altitudes. Its long suspension
thero would bo Insured not only by its
extreme iiiuwoss uiu uy us electrical
state. jscw ioru tour.
The pastor of the Second Pieabyierian
cntircn, Winston, rsorlh (Jurolinis, It. v. A
B. Lnwrenro, writes thst having sufferni
several years with ii flaniinatory rlieunm
tism, lie whs Induced to trv St. J icoln 0 1
tile iiiaiveloiis pain-cure, which cured I im
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Mr itratltudo to Gnd Is ntboundert fur th r,.pf
j nave ooiameu from fie ue o' the ( ntknra Hera-
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