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THE QLD SCHOOL BOQJv.
On the old school hook, in its rusty nook, "With a tearful eye I gaze Come down, old friend, for an hour we'll spend ,M. In talking- of bygone days* I gaze once more, as in days 6f yore, On the task that vexed the brain The lessons done and victory won, Andlfecl'I'm a child'asain.* 1.1 And I seemdto stand with ayoujihful brand I the ol house on the green I hear the fun ere the school begdn^l And I join the gladsome scene. I take my place with a sober face,. O'er the well carved desk I bend, And hourly pore o'er the antique lore .Of thy wonderful page, old friend. Then our cares were few^and our'frionds were true, And our griefs were rare and light: The world was naiight (so we fondly thought) sfiiMai t-'K But a region of pure (Might. But time' has sped, and our path lias left .Through the dark and tearful scenes 6 And passed away are the good.and gay, Like the old house on the green. But Ave'll sing no more of the days of yore, For the tear drop dims the eye Sleep on, old book, in the dusty nook, As in years that have glided by. Notguilt we trace in thy honest face, But a mine of gold within ._, Enriched the youth, as they sought fof truth, In the old house on the green. last's Early Endeavor. From an interview with Frank Leslie. I remember as well as if it were only yesterday the first time Nast called on me. ?Twas one afternoon, and I was just closing my office door, when a little' fal low came straight up to me, and said boldly and plainly: I want to draw for you, Mr. Les- lie.' "Hooked down at the speaker with some interest. He was a small undersized lad, below rather than over five feet, and from being accustomed to look up to the people, I suppose, carried his head well back on his shoulders. Neck, hte didn't appear to have any of, hi$ arms seemed shortened almost to disproportion, and his body was of the build one calls stuggy. His face, was the most remarkable'thing about him, next to his enchanting self confidence. It was unmistakably of the Jewish persuasion. The nose alone prov ed that, but the eyes lips and ears fol lowed suit, while over the whole counte nance, there was a pervading expression, indescribable, but remarkably Hebraic. I afterward learned that Ms father was a Bavarian, and played in the orchestra of "Wallack's, while young Nast attended to keep an old odds-and-ends museum op posite the theatre. I was so much struck by his appearance that I forgot to answer him, when lie up and 'spoke again. "*I want to draw for you,i Mr. Les- lie.' Indeed, my little man,' said I. 'Want to draw for me, eh?' ,"'Yes, Mr. Leslie,' he said, 'an I have brought you these to show ^hat I can do.' I With that he opened a snialjl portfolio and handed me some sketches.. I They were crude, and not particularly promis ing sketches of the statues and curios of the museum, mostly. I do not .claim to have seen the first glirninering of genius that discoverers as a rule .talk.aboiit ,and to tell you the truth, I was' sQmewnat dis appointed, having expected something marked from the queer, plain-spoken lad. tt 'Ah, my little man,' I said, 'thepe are all very well, but you have a- greats deal to learn before you can draw for me.' Then, as a means of getting .rid of hima means I had often employed beforeI said: Now look here, -my little man, just to show me what you can do, go down to the Fulton ferry, and .make ane a sketch of the boats coming in. i 'there are always a lot of people who will: Desist in jumping off before the boat touches the wharf, and I want to show as graphically as I can, how stupid and dangerous the practice is.' in, 'Very well, Mr. Leslie, I will do:it,' said Nast, and off he went, I going to my dinner. "Well, I thought I had seen tile-last of him, but to my surprise the next morning brought the little fellow back.,. Here is the sketch, Mr. Leslie,' lie said. I took it, glanced over, it, and saw-plaints, that although his studies from- still) Iffe were full of faults, his drawing of action had its good points. Besides^ the young ster's activity and enterprise 'impressed me, so I said: j. Well come around here when you leave your present place, and I'll 'see'what wd can: do for you.' Early on the nfetmprh ing he was in Pearl street, and' ao.,as to give him something to do, F'p^uirhirA in the 'artists,' room to take the, drawfcnW to the engravers, sharpen the pe^cflsy and so on. He was the busiest,,most active little fellow I ever saw, always doing, something, never idle. "Sol Ey tinge took a great fancy toihimi and young Nast was forever hanging around Eytinge's table. Of course I did not venture to let him do much on ^per, but still I was in hopes of one day seeing him a prominent member of the family.' Then Eytinge seceded, wetit bvefctbj Har per's, and Nast went with fiittf,- Naptls' a great artist, of course, and paid well now, I suppose, since he receives so muck the drawing. Nast,howeverj.labora, under the same .difficulty that the music .pjiji with too good an ear does. He had so much natural talent that he could never school himself to the proper appreciation of detail. To this day, in fact, Nast can not draw a hand." iliW,*'^ a* ,-^i-ww*i-^^ The Romance of a Rose. A story comes fresh from the coal mines of the Lackawanna valleya simple story, but rich with immense possibilities.. .In the "Diamond" shaft there was n0 stead ier, harder worker than, Jim Gardener. What he did with'fhWitidney was long a mysteryhe had ho wife,'ho family, fastened, with a drop of sealing wax: the stem, all that remained of a rosebud and two geranium leaves. Underneath was written, in aworhan'shand, "Marie Toute a toiJwe 4, 1867." Just below was written in a man's hand, "June, 1870 all witheredexcept the thorn."'. The face of fthe !no expensive habits no relatives that rthy one knew of, and yet'no! savings bank account. It was learned later that all but the little needed for nis daily wants ftent foi" charityfound its way quietly,' un obtrusively, rnto tlie huts of women ,and children whose husbands and fathersl'had gone down in the crush of failling timber or come forth black and crisp from' the scorching fire-damp. There was some thing about Gardener that suggested a former life Of-a higher grade. He taljkjsd bift little, but that Was in'VordJ9:.well Chosen and of choice dialect,* His] dress tths afrough as the roughest,, but flecjw-., i'ied it as a man who had been us&$. to face the world smilingly. .T^hey called him "Gentleman Jim" in tlie minesf:bu they all liked him as a man ^who always played fair and asked no odds. In the accident ot last April, when the roof of a part of a mine fell in, Ga'rdiner was killed. It appeared in the evidence that there were a few seconds during the crack of timbers before the roof fairly came down, and in that brief time, in those few beats Of the pulse, "Gentleman Jim" had caught two boys with his lion like strength, arid tossed them clear out of the fatal chamber into the safe main alley. Then he went down- with the roof. When his body was recovered the next day they found him with his right hand thrust inside Ins vest and clasping tight a little pocketbook. "There was nothing in it save a card, on which man as they found him, un marred by the cruel rocks which crushed his chest, was placid as that of a sleeping child. i. The Democrats have decided to make a vigorous campaign in Ohio with the cur rency question. By this means and the Presi dent's order forbidding officeholders from par ticipating in politics the Democrats are san guine of carrying the State in October. 1^: Tlie S(are Witness." "The nineteeth century is the age of novels," remarks a literary historian,he might have added with equal truth, "and novel impositions." Studied politeness has been passed off on us for native refinement, the forms of devotion for its essence, and specula tion for science, until we look askance at every new person and thing, and to an assertion of merit, invariably exclaim, "Prove it!" In brief, Satan has made himself so omnipresent, tliat we look for his cloven foot everywhere even in a bottle of medicine. Imagine a lady, having a complexion so sallow" that you would deny her claims to the Caucasian type if her features did not conform to it, purchasing her first bottle of: the golden Medical Discovery. The .one: dollar is paid in the very identical manner in which Mr. Taylor might be expected'to purchase a lotterytlcket after his experience with No. 1Q4, 163,'.' with this difference, his doubt would be the [result of personal experience, while hers would be founded on what .ascertain practitioner (who has been a whole year trying to correct her re fractory .liver) has said concerning- it. At home, she examines the bottle half suspiciously, tastes of its contents carefully, takes the pre scribed dose more carefully, and then proceeds to watch the result'with as much anxiety as a practitioner would count the pulse-beats of a dying man. She takes another dose, and another, and shows the bottle to her friends, telling them she. feels,,better." Her skin loses its bilious tint, her,eyes regain their lustre, her aceustomed energy returns, and the fact that she purchases another bottle is a sure witness that she has found the Golden Medical Discovery to be a reliable'remedy for- !)he disease indicated. The lady wisefy re solves that in-futurg her estimate of any med icine will be basedupon a pemmal]hmmle^geof its effects, and not upon what spme.practitibner, (who always makes long "bills rhyme with pills) may say of it. Dr. Pierce is in receipt of letters from hundreds of the largest whole sale and retail druggists in the United States stating that at the present time there if* a greater demand for the Golden Medical! Dis covery and Purgative Pellets than ever before. In affections of the liver and, blood they are unsurpassed. I 1 Thirty years' experience proves thcGraiefen: berg Vegetable Pills to be te mildest and itnost effective medicine everknowrifor the complete cure of Headache, BiliOusnessi. Liver' Com Nervousness, Fevers' and "diseases of Digestion.- Sold everywhere price 2^ cents perbox. Senpfor alafftnace. F, *Xbei Violet Toilet Water arc by thb tasteful tand' 0 The "Bruisers" of Lime Springs, and the "Mutters" of Oakdale had a lively,jfaniedf base 30 to 15... .A. M. Brown, of LeRoy, while put strawberrymg recently, was' slightly i bit*, ten on the'finger by a small rattlesnake. A dose of the "ardent" was administered, and so lar|no damage has resulted. Ndyes Br6s. & Cutler, St. Paul, Agentsfor Minnesota..'! GRAEFEftBER O Co Newark. I fin 1 -.u. ValuableLgal Advise* Judge Oscar Stephenson has resumed! the practice of law, at St, Paul. .He will attend to cases in the U. S. and State courts, and do/vote especial attention to probate casesi in which he has hadlargeexperience, and,is considered the best authority in the State. He is cordial ly recommended to all" persons "having legal business to be transacted in Minnesota| and Wisconsin and particularly in all' contested cases' of wills and other, matters in4ho Probate Courts. f It Will be found upon inqun of reprcjjoiit ative storekeepers that .ladles no longerj de-' pend'On foreign ma^ejrs fqr their -Permi^ry and |Toil|t Articles^.. ^0, '.Messrs CQl^atd '& Co. tfie^cre^itfis largely.'4ue for this neW d'p-. Prar Universally,most]-fldllw esteejAw ffefincd as the, catoahd'e^ic)rA&6f'i>erfUnles'i ,wi i Foraftood llreakfast orlea, you often have tomake rolls hisaiiit/anfl such delicacies^ about ten minutes. It'a'easy and certain with DOOLEY'SYEAST POWBEK, the hest of them alj. Troubled housewife, here is one cause of your annoyances swept away. Full5 weight and the best material are the watchword of the manufacturers. INF6UMATIOK' worth thousands to those out of health. Self-help for weak and nervous suf ferers. 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