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Tl.r kirKtrt.iti, fr o b rule Iti uamt, w, in firry faf tt ' lt. otl, a bij limn, n&iiilii.g ix fr-t l in ; bit utixkiiio, and f irtftltr-if in ii!'iiion . t!,c Jimi tuiun of iitoi-t. own it an ftcr my fortune to wo. No tailor could make j clothe n latere !;! pTeon; nd vet j ami irttarr and i"ht were alike iincjimi to hi iirctU half (he button fl", and the other half worn to the bone w ith the l.at.l w oi k they l:l lo do; for Mr. Sum ucl P. J. T. Tlirocktnoi Ion tifj.-d out through fvery opfniinf of hi vcHincrtls. He wa a bluff, rtmh old man, and often bo;ik-il that he had never been nick a day in hie life, and that lit fart (here M no iie-'ily that any one ahould be h-k a little caution was a turd preventative. Hut .Mr. Samuel P. J. T. Throckmorton me hluist-lf more credit than he ilerrr cd. It a- a coiituitutioiial ahilily thai rcMaled the encroarlitnent of disesie, and no especial caution on the part of lite above mentioned gentleman. Hi habit was to drink a pint or more of hikv every day, to eat a much roal beef and plum pudding a hi flouiuc.li could make room for, ami, in liorl, to indulge hi appetite in every way to an unlimited extent. He never exercised on foot that wu beneath hU (Pettily; and a Ik? mov ed limn place to place, doited in a couch as plethoric, m hiinaelf. Hi booU had aitvsi a elit in die im-iep, and one or two auiiil'cr loophole abont the loes ; hit glove were ulittcd hull the length of hi finder, and covered but half the back ol hia hand, and hi hat, forever miiiiM and Ktuck on the buck of hi bend, and hulf a down aperture in the crown lor the ad 1 1 1 i - i 1 1 of air; and (hi last ttaa lite only precautionary mea-nre which Mr. Sam uel 1'. J. T. Throckiuoiton wa ever known to practice. Naturally, as intimated, he wa a man of iron contttitution ; and never having been exposed to hnrddiips, lie hid resist ed lo an nutuual decree, tip to hi i.x- tilth year, the natural wear and tear of life. I mid ho wa big in every sense of the word big, personally, as I have describ ed. Then he was muster of a big fortune, and whs, in his own estimation, and ill (hat of hi neighbor, bitf in importance. When the new turnpike was made, the judgment of all lesser stockholders yield ed to bin; and a crook, which took in va rious hill and hollow, was made, great ly to the detriment of the general inter et, to avoid the barn of Mr, Samuel P, J. T. Throckmorton. And everybody said it wa right lo muke the aforesaid crook it gave variety and added to the tomaiice of tho scenery. Hut when the surveyor struck through tho snug little hoine of Solomun Pelvcr a poor man employed by tho turnpike company lo break Btone nobody thought it would add anything to the romance of the scen ery to make another crook, and Solomon Helver's house was razed down. When a new schoolmaster came, and after a deliberative council, which was all a sham, the trustees laid the case be fore Mr. Samuel P. J. T. Throckmorton, who hud no children to bo educated, and would not have been supposed to feel so lively an interest in school matters as men who had children; nevertheless, a blind, careless decision was the law. In reality, this mini was tho despot of a little king dom; and great was the consternation which ran through the neighborhood, when it was rumored that Samuel P. J. T. Throckmorton was very ill, and had sent ilfty mile for a very eminent sur geon to vit.it him a man who, in the or dinary practice ol medicine, was of very little repute. When our modest and really excellent village doctor thruxt his thumb into his vi't-t pocket, a little con-eipienlially it is true, and said Mr. Throckmorton might die while the great surgeon was coming, u ml that, u n he hud a limb to be am putated, the movement was a very unfor tunate tine, everybody eaid that our little doctor was a great fool and wanted to be physician to Mr. Samuel P. J. Thiock iinn ton. Now the great man, an he had often boasted had never been Mck, and having by indulging too tritely al the table, brought on an attack of iudigetitiou and headache, which a little abstinence and iniiie exercUc would have cured, he tum bled himself into bed and Smothered in hlaukets and having hot brick at his head and hi leet, wtnght by partaking liberally of ail confections and condi ment lo rct-torc the lone of hi stomach. Mr. Throckmorton w a little, fidgi ty, nervous woman, who had but litile judgment or uud'-ietanding, ami having been all her life accustomed to rely with implicit confidence on the wi-doiu of her hubinl, did so now that hi illues ipiite unbalanced hi tmua! perception am' for Mr. Throckmorton w!,wu,r '''k-felt himself growing wor.e euiv-f ptiont, not a man to endure a headache ealmlv. linsiiy tn ntue woman ran up and ibiu-ft a! aire Lriitooio la- h.ilieir hi efniiit. ..1 u i 1 ...,!.. .., I.,.,: ... t ' ' " 1 hot soup, and now cider or whisky, now j of some old boil le'nf medicine oris-in!! v ! ' S '. aii,iatai ,l t.t...t..r i,,l i,nw i M,hf.,,o ! , 1 designed to remedy, no one knew w lmt I'tiiedv no (ttif knew w hut ' la..le 1.1. ilo.n'fiir.' It.,lii,ii,! t.A i.m tient k-rcw wore durinw ihe fir-t ditv : and wIkoi night came, wa tri 'h'ened ' into believing himself great !y worse than be re-u'lv was. (ISl!t Ann! Sail Ann! wa. his con- slant tptfil. He bad p!itieii'iouly t'.ll then eaid Mr. Throckmotttn or Anna. Rut he was changed; thegret Mr. m uel P. J. T. Thrtsc k morion u it-diii-ed to a bed nf pain he ii sick man and a quertitoMa, figh'ened, miserable tick tttatl at that. ItMr Salir Ann found hertelf quite fx- hanated, phi sieally, al unaet, and all bet menta! reaourw of amusement drained to the bottom. Writ!j-,IU colored man, wa dispatched, to inform Ie)n Whil-' ; field of the terr e nous end alarming- i - '. di-pVition of hi fib-nd. Mr. Thrwk. oiitvu desired Westly to bo particular and ay if. He had not Wen gone perhp ten min ute when the fret I ul tmu ese'aimeii: O, Sa'ly Ann, do you think that boy will err get bad. ? O, je, my dear, it U not time. Well, do you think the dca.-on will come, Saliv Ann ? Ye, m v dear, h will surely eolne, if . lie I al home. ! Hut, Sally Ann, will he be at huie? Yen, it' moat likely. Well, then, how long will he be, Sl!y Ann? I'erhap an hour, Samuel ? That w ill bo so long, I can't wail, i wii.li he had not gone, I wih he would come buck, 1 wiah we had sent lor old Mr. Perriu. I wieli ive had; she. i a good iiur.o. Go to the window, Sally Ann, and the moment jou see Wet-tly, tell liiiu lo go a tier Mr. Penin as hard as he can drive. 1 will, my dear. Io you think she can do any good, Sally Ann? Yes, she ha been iu eit-kne a great deal and he i good company, too. I wih Wcitly would come; do yon t,ee him, Sully Ann? (), dear met O, mercy! O, my? Are you in great pain? No, Sally Ann, but I'm so sick every way. What can 1 do? O, Sally Ann, I don't want anything nothing you can do will do me any good, (iet me a drink f cold water, and give me a spoonfull or two of custard, and put the quilt over me ami lake the blanket off, and bring me some hot lea and a piece of totii-l, and wet a brown paper with vir.egur and tie it round my head, and shake up my pillows, and put the top one down it's hot as lire and the down up. Aiut I fallen away a good deal? Chulo my arm with your hands harder, harder, harder, harder! Why don't you get mo tho water? O, Sally Ann, you can't do anything for me that will do me any good! I don't want any thing in tho world I can think of, I he coming? he has been gone a mouth. Such and like wero some of the de mands made on (he time and temper of the good liltlo Mrs. Throckmorton; so that it is no wonder that, At tho clone of the day, when the hamlet wa till, And mortal the awotta of for!Otfu!nea prove, she should have been worn dowu and willing to send for Mrs, Pen-in, er Dea con Whitfield, or anybody else At the end of half an hour Westly re turned; and though he brought tho in telligence that Deacon Whitfield would be there almost as soon as himself, was immediately dispatched for Mrs. Ptirrin. She can ride over on your horse, and you run walk, said tho sick man ; there is no tiino to harness the horses. Tell her, Westly, that I am as bad as a man can be, and that I want her to come, if she will bo so good so very good, and pass the night with me. He sure you say if she will bo so very good. He had scarcely gone, when there fell a soft tap on the chamber door Deacon Whitfield had waived ceremony, and en tered without ringing. liud enough, Mr. Throckmorton, ho said, sorrowfully, holding the sick man's hand softly. Yes, I am very low. A high fever, and iucrc.tsing, I should say a violent pulse. What have you done for him, Mrs. Throckmorton? Then came a recapitulation of all that had been done. The Deacon shook his head; he had seen many a similar case, and, critical as it was he poko low and looked dubious ho believed if Mr. Throckmorton would submit himself lo his direction, there would be litile for the physician to do on his arrival, lie did not pretend but Unit the patient was iu a most dangerous slate, and advised 1 1 i in to bo prepared for the worst, for hu man skill wa often unavailing; and though his was very great ekill, it might and probably would be bullied. So, in the beginning of the deacon's treatment the fears of hi patient were greatly aug mentedso much more, that he would willingly have accepted any treatment. O, Sally Ann, he exclaimed, do what ever the good deacon want, and let him cure me. Don't be too sanguine, tny friend, re plied the deacon, solemnly. You are very bud very had, indeed. All the hot bricks were carried away, all the clothing tocd off, a chair was cu riously propped beneath the pillow to lighten the respiration, the brown paper wel with vinegar wa thrown iu the fire, and halt a gallon of sallit.li warm water was administered. After the de-i red effect had been pro- j j duccd, the patient found hiniM-lf tremu j every moment, and dispatched another messenger lor the sur.-eon, tilty nales ; away, though of it availing anything i wa" '"'l. l'vinif preceded 1 : 1 . i nun an or igni noun. i it tn ii 1 1. . Hint loiiiiy uia uaiiriii m ,iU li'-'rea-ing illnes and alarm, Ihe tie a- ! .......... .1 . . con tasked O! an the liornoie disease he had ever known of-all the sudden death and omens of tb-a'h bed liow ; uct' ,,e Hel1 " ""J1 ' o'cbf'k, and brought home a corpse at eight bow another from going into a c-!l3r '" heated ttc had caught his det, of cold; and variou oiherimnirnful rem-iiil-ceuces, calctnali-d 10 etlfet b!c llie trouj(i't coinage, be followed Ida fusl pteeei ipliou. At It eg'h Mr. Tlnot -tiiturloti announc- ed'the beiier that he e-uhl not aurvite pect a long and seveie iilura at beat. He 1 ure 1 al tx-Ufr,' dr. rt.rxk Ihe night, upon which Ihe d.-ac-.u con- had li-kel Ihe live of a dozen patients to Biortoti ai.i ye, it M--ti.r.) like another suited iu wbWper with the fiautic wife, ' after whit b Ire returned lo the Ised-ide, and groaning to bimeif, or j mpa'.beti- tally, applied clvtlta wet ith cample- to the oose and mouth of It wrtuhej umn, ' ami sedately wave.. Wfre I.U face a luge palm-leaf fun. At II. is Hag of a3ir, a lilt biark apparition bunied Into the room, and, in a lively, cheerful voice, Inquired what seemed to be the matter. The deacon waited her aside, mourn - fully, and then, in a w hijer, which both Mr. and Mr. Throckmorton distinctly heard, communicated the Intelligence that he, the patient, couldn't live, til! mid - ' night, lie didn't think; if he survived j that, he might possibly live till sunrise. Hi! hi! replied Mrs. Perrin, don't tell me such scarecrow slnrie ! he aint go ing to die to night more than yon be. And approaching tlio bed, she wos about lo speak, when Ihe deacon ruled lit r out by calling her a meddlesome old woman. Mr. Tl rockmorton really thought himself too ill to speak at all, and .Mr, l lirockmotton wa scarcely mistress of lier actions ; o Mr. Perrin took umbrage, as well she mii'lit, flound ered out of tho room, u)iug she didn't think Mr. Throckmorton needed anything but a little nursing she would go home she hud been up I wo nighls, and w as almost sick herself, An hour passed, during which the salt and water was fieely administered, while ti e sick man intermixed hi groan w ith calls on Sally Ann, who, poor woman, sat wringing her hands and weeping, At the end of that time, the deacon look the responsibility ol sending for Mr. Claver cl, apologizing to Mr. Throckmorton by saying (hut lie might bo needed before morning. In due time, Mr. Cluverel- cumo. He said Mr. Throckmorton was right sick, but not seriously so; and after a litile talk about tho lute dump weather, rhu mutism, etc., lie grew more cheerful talked of Ihe election, the next presiden cy, and affair of state. Tho patient pro fessed himself better, or, to uso Ins own words, ho In cut lied a little easier. Mr. Cluverel was a man of Impulses; and upon one of Ihetn, he arose and toured the salt and water into the fire, and said he could concoct a medicine of a few favorite roots ami herbs thai would be miraculous in their effects. Do yon think it possible for mo to live? asked the patient, opening his eyes for the first time. Why, lo bo sure, replied Mr. Claverel. I will go homo and bring from tny garden the things I have mentioned; meantime, you must have a flannel shirt on, and have your arms and feet bathed with camphor -flannel and camphor, applied Injtimc, will cure any disease; you will need a little strengthening syrup. And with the assurance that ho would return early in the morning, bringing medicine that couldn't possibly do any harm, he departed, and the deacon, a little offend ed, shortly followed. Mr. Throckmorton renewed his excla mation of O Sally Ann, but was so ex hausted that ho presently fell asleep, and woko not till sunrise. Mr. Middlcton was tho first visitor of tho day. He was glnd to find his friend no worse, and begged to bo allowed to send his own family physician to admin ister till the arrival of the ono. already summoned delays wero dangerous and his own physician hud given perfect sat isfaction to a great number of very emi nent families for years ho could cordial ly recommend him. Mr. Throckmorton was prevailed upon, and so much encour aged, that be actually arose, and in gown ami slippers awaited the consultation, ' Meantime, Mr. Chvcrel returned with a brown earthen jui of syrup, and one of the new flannel shirts. Mr. Throckmor ton thuiikcd him civilly, and without communicating tho fuel of Mr. Middle ton's visit, or its result, managed politely to get his good neighbor out of the house before the arrival of ihe doctor. And well it was for Mr. Claverel's peace of mind that ho did so, else would he have seen hi precious preparations contempt uously tossed aside. The doctor was formal, ohslentatious and wise; and Mr. Throckmorton was so prepos-essed in his favor, that ho almost regretted having called Ihe surgeon. He iuquiicd minutely all Ihe symptoms, re plying, ns each was unfolded, O, yes, I should suppose so, left a dozen small powders folded In white paper very neat ly, a vial containing seme liquid having an unpronounceable name, and enjoining the strictest orders as to limes and quan tities, look leave. I teally feel quite restored, said Mr. Throckmorton. My dear Mr. Throck morton, let me prevail upon you to lake a liitle rest. Physiciully exhausted, and mentally re lieved, as the little woman w as, she need ed not much entreaty, and was soon fasl asliep. Hut her grateful rett was broken before long by the tossing and worrytiigs of her husband. The first effect of ntedi- cine, however excellent, i generally not very pkasunt, and Mr. j hroekuiottou fancied w hat wa but the natural effect of the drugs, lo be augmentation of di- t w,Htc. Mr. Thio kmorlon awoke Sally ,, nt.in end her t.i a s,l ui... l,. ,,., lo .,a,,e . . M r. X i d elon's t o, lor was ( eiiounred a;, k not ntiouicr nowoer wouci me man swallow ; he believed himself poi-! . . . ..... . Utnetl already, and nrgftl ully lo hi ing w haievcr antidote she had ever heard of And what w iih excitement and counter-;mov'" ,'''''! medicine, 'he symptoms in Ihe cour-c of ihe tUy took a more set ions i turn. , turn. At tuiicl the gieul surgeon t ame. ii,, !,,! . l-erv itlfll. nil rtse lo ei.no.eli. ..1.1, he said -not only a most t'angeroti form of disease, but also the action of most deleterious nostrum.. He could not war- r-mt a cine ; Mr. Throckmorton must ex- make the visit, could not possibly remain longerjlhati (be night, recoinmended aud executed bbl letting and blistering. Of course, the patient found no immediate ' relief; but Ktw ard Ihe fgMowiug morn- lug, nndi j narcotic, ! after pre r the powerful influence of be frll parti!!y .Ut-p. And .ring medicine fur mo ilau ' ahead, and giving tip tiictet order lor Adjusting the bid del he to the proper : their being administered irgularly every ihickne, ahf bathed tho lace and baud : half hour, the great surgeon departed. j of the sick man ; and having given im- j lie wa iu truth a man of line skid in : pie but reviving cordial, trimmed up tho , surgery, but, a before staled, not other-i lump, and begun some ewing woik he j w 'se eminent. Ilowew r, l,i reputation ! hud brought ,v ith her, talking a fust a 1 e rved him f tr a w ide medical practice :: she stitched now of her kicking row, J and when he wa culled, the case wa;nwof the cioibltaut rent !.o had to generally no ordinary one If no s.Kiner became known that I be great Doctor .Johns had been summoned, : alter n hour awoke quite revivedhe than Mr. Samuel P. .1. T. Tlui i ktuorton even thought ho could eat a mouthful. wa as-umed to be iu a most perilous And Aunty Perrin hut brought some condition; and one and s i who k new j thing in her b-ket, Mid tho good nurse ; him came to see him, and each visitor i and spreading a napkin, she arranged tho knew of some certain, spcedi and safe : delicacies in Iho most It timr wet- Af. cure, ror a day Ihe gieul surgeon pre- sciiplions were adhered to; then the pa tient begun lo waver, and on the second morning hi faith was quite gone. He wa sinking every moment, he suid, w hich was true. I suppose il' none of my business, said Mr. While, but it seems tome if urn would send for my Indian doctor he would help you. Hi) cured .1 tin' Hill when all the doctors hud given her up. He bound up her feet in rattlesnake', grease, and cut alive fowl in two, and clapped it right onto her stomach; then ho gave her some bitters made of rum and iron rust and sheep's milk, and It wa not an hour after she look Ihe llrst tea- spooiilul till she walked from Ihe bed to the fire, and now she wont have no doctor but him. Westly wa sent post Initio Ihe dis tunce of twelve miles, and in due time returned, accompanied by Mr. Snake root, with a variety of dried roots, sunk fl aking and herb. Simples were soon sim mering In sheep's milk mid Ihe blood of a pullet, charms were uttered and the mir aculous course of treatment began. Hut Dr. Snukeroot met with no such success as ho was reputed to have hud iu the case of Jane Hill ; on (ho contrary, the pulient grew worse and worse. You are killing yourself, said Mr. Clark Hoots, a young muu w ho superintended a boys' school in tho neighborhood, de livered temperance lecture, and got up moral reform societies among the ladies. Just let mo tako you iu hand, and in a few days you will bo a well man. Sec here, sir? Can you do that? And lie ex hibited a variety of feats and strength Willi chairs, tables and the like. Mr, Thi'ockuiorton,who was now too ill to of fer uiueh opposition, said lie was willing to try anything; and Mr. Clark Hoots commenced opcral ions. Poor Mr. Throckmorton was complete ly soused in wet sheets, and required lo drink ice water by Iho quart. As soon as your are ablo to rise, Mr. Throckmor ton, you must begin u series of gymnas tic exercises. First, jump over a chair, ' then over two chairs; first back wards and then forwards, till you aro master of the chair exercise. Then jump over the table; then place some smull obstacle) on the table, your hat, for instance, and then jump over the two. And so keep up brisk; exercises till all the muscles are brought into play, and a healthful per spiration induced. 1 will myself super intend your gymnastic exercises. O, Sully Ann, is tho house shaking dowu? I am going all to pieces. Put forty blankets over me I can't livo this way. So the sick man continued to talk for hulf an hour, when, to his relief, a new visitor arrived Mr. Tompkins. Tut, lull he exeluimed, resting his hands on his hips, if you want to drown you had better get into tho cistern. Come, my good woman (addressing Mr. Throckmorton), and let's ungear him. Now, tho first thing is to warm him. And Mr. Tompkins directed some composition tea lo be prepared, bundled the exhausted man iu blankets, procured a long spouted tea-kettle, he set it boiling, at the saute lime introducing the snout inlo Ihe bed. Hefore long the patient begun to groiiu as heartily us he had done with Iho cold, and Sally Ann wus implored lo adminis ter some! Iiing, anything. Never do 5011 mind him, my good wo man, but keep the kettle boiling for an hour. We must use our own judgment ; lie don't know what Is best. A feeble groan wus the only reply. At the expiration of two hours, Mr. Totnkiiis- departed, saying he would come the following day anil mako another ap plication of steam. Sully Ann! (the rail wa very faint) send for old Mr. Perrin. It si emeil she did me good Ihe moment she came into the house. It wa a dismal night rainy, windy, cheerless and when Westly was seen abroad, il wa apprehended thai Mr. Throckmorton was dead. Cut off in the midt of hi usefulnes,, said oite-a mysterious dispensation of j divine Piovi.'ence, said another. And - ' uuiio ignorance ine neioiiijors la I "ieil,t''1- , j lie rain and wind drove against Iho window, Ihe lump burned d.tyly, and I j ihe wife, worn dottn and despairing, au- swered the moans of her husband. The ' i. ,il...t .1. ...... ,!... i.l 11. ' """ r'vvirit waia a glad sound to those weary listener a s'ep itiudily trod the afalr, and ihe little l.lu.t.- bl.l,.lii;,,!l U.A.l I ., P...I 11... .1 I... i " " ' """ -.,.,... .t.i,.,..i. l It a right atonny nignt, .be eaitl, re- ',!d:g ber t"t abats. ami placing a small basket oiMhe f,jr ctl' ,!'sl "'1' 1 Then stooping over Ihe b d, She said, t Iu a bvelt , coaxing s Here's Atltitv ' frill rome lo see toil. Wont Von shake Ur? Wl' urheiidi unk dow n and you don't lie eomf.irtab, d iyou? Aud ehe bol.tercd, and pa'K'.l l,ll w l '""'. '' " '' : Seating berwif on Ihe bJs le i.e ii- quired whet had been tl'jne for hint ; and when ahe wa told, expiet d gieat won- der that be wa alive al all. They hinf abuse him no mote, he i,l. Aunt ; IVrrSii will jttst stay and take rare rf him -so nho will. and tmw a little harmles rneein. i Pir-enl'v Ihe patient fell aaleen. an.l ler having partaken, Mr. Throckmorton lell asleep lo ihe music of her tongue, and awoke not till daylight, I need scarcely say he recovered, for, Hue lo her promise, Aunty Perrin re mained liuraing and tending him with great cure. All who treuled him tako to themselves the credit off fleeting- his cure; hut when a-ked what ho think was most ellicient he invariably replies: The com mon souse of good Mr. Pen In. Sally Ann shortly became Mr. Throckmorton again; and us the pair ride hi (heir roach, Ihe good nurse often accompanies (hum. A M tt.lt I IV JllltK l A I. A V 1)1. tilt D A short time since Marti no, Ihe magic ian iiud veniiiloqu'ui, eame to (uiney, III., lo commence a series of entertain ments iu that city. On in-riving at tho hotel ho inquired of the landlord if lie could have lodging for the night. Our worthy host, being a jolly fellow, quickly replied, You can have a doen room if you choose, n there have been no other arrival to-night. Taking n lamp iu his hand, ami follow ed by Martino, tho landlord slarted up stairs to give Martino ihe choice of hulf a dozen of vacant rooms. As Iho landlord proceeded lo unlock the first room a voice from within cried out; What do you want in here? The landlord apologized lor (lie intrusion and passed on to tho next room, when a voice from Ihe Inside cries out; Co away from hero or I will blow your bruins out. They passed on lo a third room, ami were just unlocking the door when a child commenced crying, with the futher and mot her trying tocom fot tit. The landlord began lo look con founded, but still passod on from room, to room, und every one seemed to be oc cupied with either Irish, German, French or some other foreigners. The landlord, being an old bachelor, bad selected one of tho choicest rooms in the hotel for him. self. Finding all his rooms occupied, he said: My deur sir, I shall have to give you my room to-night, as Iho others seem to bo occupied. On arriving al tho door a lady from within cried out: Go away from here, whoever you are. The hind lord gave ino this room for the night, and 1 do not wish to bo meddled with. He- sido I am not what you lake mo for. I am a married woman, traveling for my health, and do not wish to be dis turbed, especially at this lato hour. The landlord, finding all his room oc. eupied, quickly set down Ihe lump, with tho remark, I would like to know how it is that my hotel is full of travelers and no names appear on tho register. After amusing himself some time at tho old man's expense, Martino informed him that there wus 110 one In tho rooms, and that he he was the gentleman that was to commence 11 11 engagement in the opera house in that city the next week. He re marked to the old man that he had been out of practice for some, time, and was merely testing hi veiitriloqual powers. The landlord on finding out who hi vis itor wus quickly said : Mr. Martinoyou can have Iho best room iu the house during your stay. He says the next lime a ven UiloquUt stop ut his hotel he will give him nil Ihe key and let him select hi own room. Uumrv, lit., Herald. KI.HI' YUI II TOP COOL. James Parton, the successful author, Iu un article on Churles F. Hrowne, better know n us Artema Wurd,says: I thought I ought not to conclude tltia without lot ting the reader know Why this blight and genial spirit no longer is here to add to the w-oi ill's uiiiii-ciiieut . Well thi was the reason: Wherever he lectured, whether iu New Ki'gluiid, California or London, theie was sure lobe a knot of wiling fellows to gather around him, and I on l.iiwii. teilli l.im tit It I J IiiiO.I oriloe aim. ., per and spend hulf the night in telling stories and singing Kings. To any this wiil be lalal iu lime; but when the night ly cinoiist! follow uu eveiilnu' perform- j al.(. f,Jie aljeiice, and if succeeded j i.v . i-,ti'r,ia,l hm.-uev the t.enf dev. tint waste of vitality i fearfully rupld, Hre i ears of nih a lip; finished poor Charles Jiirow iic. He died in London iu 1W7, j nj?,.,j u.irty-ihree jears, and now lies Ion led ut Ihe home of hi childhood in Maine. He was not a deep drinker. He was not a muu of strong ag, petite. It wa the nights wasted iu conviviality w hi h hi sieni needed "r sleep, 11. at sent hilfl to tiis j.-rave forty jt-nr before hi time. l or lin n in bis profession and character, . r ; -i.,, liieiury mm and artist, l'i ie i. only one safety, teeUtUliUi. lis sltotiM have luked the atlvic of the stage liiiieron the p'nii., lo whom he offered . .ii, whl-a) ; and I i diii id, ml i( alrongly to I i.e i mini lo host w !,o tt C lh! pir 1 1 1 1 vi i - k : I il-oi't diiok. I won't drink. And ! .! ii'i l ie lo see tie body else drluk. I'm of ili pini-iii ol Ihoae iiioutitaiiia ketp your t tjc(ji,l! 'Iht-y've got snow, and I've got bmwi that's all the diOeteutJl. "1 bitty or loud eul skin and three ;nr Ion la of Caijfornia peanut passed l.'.'jii;;,'! ( linalii oil the ."M U Inat., eu route eu-t.