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PnWisher and Proprietor.
The Isle of Content.
There's a land In a latitude near to us all
Whore each dweller may follow his hent;
It Is under no monarch's tyrannical thrall,
And la known as the. lslo of Content.
It's a wonderful spot: If you ask, It will bring
To you quickly wlmlc'er you desire; .
What It can not prudiice-tlt'i a singular
That 1b Juet what you never require.
By the balmiest zephyr of ITapplness fanned,
It Is neither too cold nor too hot.
And the lassies and lads never caro In thU
Whether school is in session or not.
In Content, tho' but poor, yot you feel, no'ei
Tou are equal in wealth to a klnsr,
While a tear In tho trousers or darn In tho
Vou consider a capital thing.
If you haven't the money to purchase a meal
(I have tieen In that strait once or twieel,
Take a reef in your vest and you'll instantly
If you Uvc in Content) "very nice."
When I notice a lad with a bright, sunny
That extends for three Inches, or more,
Then I nudge myself Inwardly, thinking, the
"He's encamped on Content's happy shore."
f hnve dwelt on this beautiful island at times,
W hile inditinir small verses for yon,
And I often have wondered if, reading my
Tou were there as a resident, too.
-S. Conant Foster, in St. Nicholas for Novem
ber. A CKUST OF BltEAD.
The young Duke of Ilardimont had
pone to Aix in Savoy to let his famous
mare Poriohole take a course of the wa
ters. She had turned roarrr since that
cold she caupht at the Derbv. The
Duke was finishing his breakfast one
morning and glancing absently over his
newspaper, wlien he read tho news of
the disaster at Reiehshofl'en. Ho emp
tied his glass of Chartreuse, laid his
newspaper down on tho restaurant ta
ble, ordered his valet to pack his
trunks, and two hours Jater took tho
express for Paris, and hurried lo the re
cruiting office to enlist in a foot regi
ment A man may have led tho enervating
life of a petit crcve (as they called them)
from nineteen to twenty-five he may
have done his best to dull his brains in
racing stables and in tho boudoirs of
opera singers. In spite of it all, there
are moments when ho cannot forgot
that Euguerrand de Ilardimont died of
the plague at Tunis the same day as
Saint Louis; that Jean de Ilardimont
commanded the (Irand Companies with
Du (Juesclin, and that Francois-Henri
de Ilardimont was killed with Maison
Ronge in tho chargo of Fontenoi. De
graded as ho might be by his foolish
and scandalous passion for Lucy Vio
let, tho prima donna of tlio ISudites
Parisiennes, when tho voting man
learned that a battle had been lost by
Frenchmen on French ground, the
blood rushed to his face, and ho had tho
horrible sensation of a blow.
So it came about in the early days of
November, 1870, Henri de Ilardimont,
of the Third Fusiliers, and member of
tho Jockey Club, having returned to
Paris with his regiment, which formed
part of Vinoy's Corps, was on guard
with his company before the redoubt of
Ilautes-Bruyeres, a position which had
been hastily fortified and protected by
tho cannons of tho Fort of Ricetre.
It was a dreary place; a road planted
on either hide with rows of stunted,
leafless trees and plowed up with deep
cart-ruts, stretched across the wasto
fields of tho suburb. On ono side of
tho road was a deserted inn, a rondsido
inn with arbors in the garden, whero
the soldiers had taken up their quar
ters. There hud been fighting there a
few days before. The shots from tho
mitrailleuses had shattered sonic of tho
trees along tho road, and all boro on
their bark the white scars of tho bul
lets. The house itself was simply ap
palling;' tho roof had been smashed by
a bomb, and the walls with their dull
red paint looked as if they had been be
spattered with blood. There was a
grim irony in tho dismantled arbors
with tho black trellis work; in tho
swings that creaked upon tho wet ropes
In tho damn wind, and in tho shot-rid-
died signpost a dead rabbit surmount
ed by two billiard cues tied together by
a fibbon, and framed around with tho
inscriptions: "Cabinets do Soeieto
Absinthe Vermouth Wine twelve sous
the quart" all recalling tho popular
ounaay revels or lormcr times. Uver
. head was a sad, gray, winter sky, with
preai leaden clouds a lowenn
gloomy, anirrv. cruel skv.
Tho young man stood at the door of
tue inn, with his rifle slung behind him,
i his cap over his eves, his hands intlm
pockets of his red trousers, shivering
with cold under his sheepskin. He sank
into a sad reverie, this soldier of a de
feated array, as, with mournful eves, ho
watched the lino of mist-covered hills
from which every moment there roxo a
puff of whito smoke, followed by tho
Win. . V . -
v.ui ui a nxupp cannon.
All at onco he began to feel hungry
e Kncit down on ono kneo and drew
largo pioeo of bread nut rif Ma lrnnr..
jack, leaning against tho wall near
uiw; men, as ho had lost his knifo, ho
began to bite the bread with his teeth,
However, ho had onourli of that af,
terafew mouthfuls; the bread was
nard and had a hitler taste,, And to
think that ho could not pet any moro
till the rutions wcro served out next
ciay, and even then ouiy if the eoinnil.
ariat choso to give It. Fighting was a
hard trade sometimes; and he must
Choose such a moment as this to re
member his former "diet luncheon. "
U no used to call them, after a too cop
loos banauet over nicht. lie remem
, brd how he uod to fit by ono of th
windows down stairs In tho Cafe Ang
lais, and call for tho merest trillo a
cutlet, eggs, brouilles with asparagus
tops; ana how tho butler, who knew
his habits, would put tho wine, a bottle
of fine old Leovillo, on tho table, lying
tn a Kncl-nf anil linur inrnfllllv llA ivmilil
draw the cork. Ah! Those were good old
time. Ho should never be able to tret
used to this bread of poverty.
And in his impatience tho young man
threw tho rest of his bread into the
At flint, mnrndnt. a snldier came out
of tho inn; he stoopod and picked up
tho crust; then, moving a few steps oil,
ho wiped it on his sleeve and began to
devour it eagerly. Henri do Ilardimont
hnd nlreadv bee-un to feel ashamed of
-- - (5
liia nr'tinn. And lin looked with nitv at
the poor wretch who seemed so raven
ously hungry. He was a big, tall, ill
built man, with feverish eyes and an
untrimmed beard; so thin that his
shoulder-blades biuck out under tho
cloth of his wornout cloak.
"You must bo very hunsrrv. my
friend?" said ho, going up to the sold
"As vou see." replied tho other with
bis mouth full.
"I bog your pardon. If I hail known
wviitvlit tin r4 anv Hurt trt Will T alimlil
not have thrown my bread away."
"Never mind," said tho soldier, "I
am not so particular as all that."
"All the same," continued tho gen
tleman, "it was wrong, and I am sorry
I did it. I cannot let you go with such
bad opinion of mo as you must havo
iw. u-n F.;::r hnvA n. irin If Tnrrorhnr
I havo some old brandy inmy llask."
j no man nau unisneu eating. ine
Duke and ho drank a mouthful of
brandy; and their Introduction was
"What is your naraer ' asicea the
"Ilardimont." ronlied the Duke, sun-
pressing his titlo. "And yoursP"
"Jean Victor. I havo only just join
ed the company. I havo eomo from tho
ambulance. I was wounded at Cha-
tillon. Ah, I was well oil in tho ambu
lance; the nurso used to make such
good horse-soup. But I only had a
scratch, and tho Major signed tho or
der for me to come out. And now,
worse luck, I have only to begin starv
ing again. For you may believo mo or
nz-.t- iiifitn Tint no trim na T fstfind lierri
before you, 1 havo been hungry all my
ufna a tnvrlViln suntnnen r.n ha onnll.
en to a voluptuary who had just caught
, i ii! .1. . ! , 1 .1.
uimseii regreiung mo cuisiuo in w.u
C:ifn Ano-liiis: and the Due do Ilardi
mont looked at his companion with A
sort of horrified surprise. The soldier
gave a sad smile, showing a set of wolfish-looking
teeth famished teeth, that
Hashed white against tho wan lace
and. then, no if hn saw thnt soma ex
planation was expected of him.
..f ! .1
"jionsieur, said no, suuueniy urop-
nino" Ilia fninilinr stvln nt nddrpss. na
I f - - "V '
though it dawned on him that hero was
ono of the rich and happy of this earth,
let us waiK tip ana uown mo roau
hern, nnil I will toll vnn n fnw thinrra
that I don't supposo you havo ever
heard before. My name is Jean Vic
tor, only Jean Victor, because I am a
ioumuing, and my only pleasant recol
lection is of mv early ehihlhood at tho
Foundling Hospital. Ti e sheets wero
clean in our little beds in the dormi
tory; wo used to play in the garden un
der tho big trees, and I remember my
sister she was nuito vounir and a palo
lily sho was dying of consumption. I
was her favorite, and I used to liko to
walk by her sisle better than to play
with tho other children, because sho
would draw me close to her and lay her
flnn lint i-inrwl rn ni it fstr.nhnn.rl Hnf
ttJV Silk ft VA VIA J IVII.IIVUIII JI'Hll
from tho timo I was twelve years old I
knew nothingof her poverty! 1 he board
bound me apprentice to a chair-mender
in the Faubourg Saint Jacques. It is a
i i . ,.. ... , . , .
umi irucie, you kuow; you can i masea
living out of it, and the proof was that
generally tho mastor could get no ap-
linnfilAd It.. il.n ..1. ! 1 .1 .... , 1. n
'"'"HITS Ullli IIIU IIUOl I'llllUI DU U OIUUIU
lilind Hosnital. And that wns where I
begun to suffer from hunger. The mas
ter and mistress two old Limousins,
who ended by being murdered wero
terrible misers. They kept the bread
locked up. and on v cut us a little bitnt
each meal. And in theevenincr. nt sim
per, you should havo seen tho mistross,
1,1 Imr li1.l.lr nnn 1 .1 ill ! rt m.l-
and giv'11.2 a siirh at cadi ladleful. Tho
other two apprentices, the "ietines
aveugles," were less to bo pitied, for if
they did not cret anv moro than I did.
at any rato they did not see tho angry
100K 01 that hard woman when aim
I had a good appetite even then. Could
1 iieip inmr i was tnrco years appren
ticed there, and al
Three years! And you can learn tho
trad 111 one month. Hut the bn-.r,!
n't know I'Vervtliinir on1
.. . . , V'llll, t,ll4 J fTl OI
IK'Ct how tho Chlhlrnn p fliofitnrl Ahf
you wuro surprisud to hoo mo pick nn
ui in vuii out 01 me mini. 1 am pretty
well used to it; I havo picked up crusts
enough on tho dust heap; and when
they wero too dry I left them to soak
!. 1.- 1 . . .
an night, i here wero good windfalls
sometimes, 1 confess bits of bread just
nibbled, that tho youngsters tisnil to
pull out of their baskets and throw on
tho pavement as they camo out of
school. I used to loiter about round
thero when 1 went on errands. And
then when tho apprenticeship was fin
ished, I could not make a living by tho
trade, as I told you. Oh, I havo tried
plenty of others: I was willimr i.nmiirii
to work. I havo been a mason's bow
an errand boy, ifrottcttr, and I don't
know what else. Sometimes therewas
no work to do; sometimes I lost my
place. Hut anyhow I nevergot enough
to cat. Ah, thunder! I havo felt furl
ous sometimes when I passed tho bak
ers' shops. And then I tised lo remem
ber tho good sister at tho hospital who
always told mo to keep honest, and It
seemed as if I felt tho burning touch of
her littlo hand on my forehead, When
I was eighteen years old I enlisted.
You know as wolf as I do that tho sol
dier has barely enough. AikI now
really It almost makes one laugh there
Is the siege and tho famine. You seo
that 1 told you the truth just now when
I said 1 had ulways beeu hungry."
Tho young Diiko was klnd-henrtdd,
and this sad tale of ono who was a liuiti
and a soldier, liko himself, touched him
deeply. Ho was not sorry that tho
evening wind dried thoso two tuars
that suddenly dimmed his eyes.
"Jeau Victor," suld ho, -if wo both
kUrvlve till Wrlld II Will tkfrt atttilll kitnxi
i ....... . , nut v PtiUII lUVVIt
e am, and I hop to b ablo to bo of
UAliU) BULiimtt; THURSDAY JslO&KJLXi REjQBMBjfeQ 1; mi.
soino use to you. Meantime, as thoro
is no baker at tho outposts but tho ser
geant, and as my ration of bread is
twice as big as It need bo for my small
appetite it's agreed, isn't It we will
go shares, liko good comrades."
The two men grasped hamls warmly
and firmly; then, as night was falling,
find they wcro disturbed by scouts and
sentinels, they went back Into the inn
parlor, where a dozen soldiers wero
sleeping on tho straw, and throwing
themselves down upon tho floor, side by
sido, wero soon sound asleep.
Toward midnight Jean Victor awoke..
He was hungry probably. Tho wind
had swept away tho clouds, and a ray
of moonlight shining into tho room
through a "holo in tho roof lit up the
beautiful fair head of tho young Duke,
Sleeping like Kndymion. Jean Victor,
vho had been so touched by his com
rade's kindness, was watching him with
simple admiration, when tho sergeant
of the patrol opened tho door and call
ed tho live men who wero there to re
lieve tho sentinels at tho outposts. The
Duko was ono of tho number, but ho
did not wake when his name was
"Ilardimont, got up!" repeated tho
"If vou will let me, sergeant," said
Jean Victor, rising, "I will take his
place; ho sleeps so soundly, and ho is
"As you liko."
And as soon as tho fivo men wcro
gone the snoring recommenced.
But half an hour later tho sound of
hurried shots, quite near, broke the si
lence of tho night. In a moment the
soldiers sprang to their feet; they went
out of tho inn with cautious steps, their
fingers on tho triggers of their guns,
and looking far off along tho road that
lay whito in the moonlight.
"What o'clock is itP" asked tho
Duko. "I was on duty to-night."
Some one answered, "Jean Victor
took your place."
At this moment a soldier camo run
ning up the road.
"Well?" they all cried to him when
ho stopped, out of breath.
"The Prussians are attacking wo
must fall back upon the redoubt.
"And tho comrades?''
"They lire coming. There U only
that poor fellow missing Jean Vic
tor." "What?" cried the Duke.
"Killed on the spot by a ball in the
head Ho hail not linn? to sav, 'Ouf!' "
One ni,:ht last winter, toward two
o'clock in the morning, the Due de
Ilardimont came out of tho club with
his neighbor, tho Count do Saulnes.
Ho hail just lost a few hundred louis,
and his head ached a little.
."If you don't mind, Andre," lie said
to his companion, "we will walk hume.
I want a little fresh air."
"As you like, old fellow, though tho
pavement is very dirty."
' jhev sent nwnv their hrniirrlmma
turned up their coat-collars, ami walk
ed down toward the Madeleine. All at
onco the Duke struck tho toe of his
boot against something and sent it roll
ing. It was a largo crust of bread, all
soiled with mud.
Then, to his astonishment, Monsieur
do .Saulnes saw tho Duo do Ilardimont
pick up Iho crust, wipe it carefully with
n s coionei-emiiroiiiereii handkerchief,
and layit on a bench on tho boulevard
full in tho light of a gas-lamp
"What aro you doing?" asked tho
Count, with a burst of laughter. "Aro
"It is in remembrance of a poor fel
low who once needed it," replied tho
Duke, in n voice that trembled a little.
"D.m't laugh, my dear fellow, don't
laugh. The poor boy died for me."
A Dumb Friend's lioturn.
In the early summer Kddio Howard
had a present of a starling. It was a
young bird when it was given to him. .
Tho mother had been accidentally kill
od, leaving three little fledglings m tho
nest. Kddio accepted his present on
tho condition that ho was to bo very
kind 1o tho little motherless bird and
do tho best ho could to keep it alive. It
took a great deal of caro at lirst, but
Eddio was very fond of pets and ho
was willing to give all needed atten
tion. Tho bird lived, grew, and became
very interesting. Eddio kept it at first
In a cage, but it became so tamo and so
fond of its master tint ho allowed it to
follow'him all over tho house, and after
ward ho ventured to let it go with him
in tho open nir. For a long timo tho
bird never wandered away from tho
vicinity of tho house, and seemed en
tirely happy with its human compan
ions. Hut to tho surprise and grief of
tho cntiro family, when the wild birds
went away southward In the autumn
Eddie's starling was missing, and they
knew that ho must have beeu killed or
had gone with tho migrating birds to
soino Southern homo. Eddio grieved
for his loss, and it was many weeks be
fore he could look at tho empty cage
without a pang or sorrow. Unn day
after (ho winter snows came, Eddio,
sitting at the window, saw something
fluttering iu tho bushes closo .to tho
wall. He ran out to seo whatitwas, and
to his delight found bis own dear littlo
starling nearly perished with the cold.
To whatever summer regions It had
migrated Us litlle heart had pined for
thu old places and lis old friends, and
tho homesickness had brought it till tho
long Journey back to Its n aster's arms
once more. Eddie was a happier boy
than he had been for many week's when
ho carried his pet triumphantly Into tho
Imuso and exhibited him to tho family
Augustus Flt.elareiiee, a high-toned
dude, was talking to a friend of his
about tho cholera prospect of tho sea
son. "Aw, now, Fwank, weally, do
you think It will eomo to AmewleaP"
"I haven't a bit of doubt about It," was
the confident reply. "And It will bo
general opldcinlc, don't you know?"
"I think m." "Ami all the shop peo.
jile and labowlug rliisses havo It, too?"
"Cert.iinly." "llawwible, hawwlblel"
"Yes, It will bo rather hard on them
and on tho rest of us, too." "That's
it, Fwnnk, that's It, 1 don't calah faw
them, don't you know, but It makes ma
weully fatigued to think' of the cholewa
being no common, and that I may die
with tho vewy sumo hawwlddlseuso that
ciihwlcs off my tailuw and bawbuw
don't you know,"
Profits In Drills.
Thero havo been tivo Important
changes In tho drug business within tho
past few years. In the first place, tho
seopo of the drug store has been en
larged. In old times the t riu "druc
store" Indicated an establishment
where simply drugs weie kept. Now
you can go to inuiiy drug stores and
purchase cigars, tobacco, canes, um
brellas, tea, eofl'eo, stationery, confec
tionery, and many kinds of fancy
articles. Some say that druggists havo
been forced into selling the.so goods on
account of the competition they have
had to contend against in thu salo of
patent medicines by dry goods estab
lishments and book stores, and becauso
some of their own number sell tho pat
ent, or proprietary medicines below tho
regular market price. Thero is much
truth in this statement, but I think
thero is another reason to account for
tho practice, and that is tho increased
rato of rent. In former times the item
of rent was not so great as it is now,
and tho druggist could make a good
living by confining- himself to drugs
proper. Now the expense for rent isa
matter for serious financial considera
tion. It is true that the business yields
a large percentage of profit, but tho
total sales are comparatively small. At
ono time, when the calling was confined
to its legitimate sphere, the profit wan
fifty p i cent. Now the average rato
of profit is probably twentv-five or
thiny percent. (ieonje J. Mitimn, in
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