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FEB80NA.L. SOCIAL, JOURNALISTIC. fcao-STna aaetu_aa oouaaaromHun or nm Tam m.. Loaaoa. March 2. "1 have been thought Irreconcilable with tho me ta ber fm Coil*." mid Mr. Fonder in his memorable apcocli of Pi r - toy last, "hut I have felt that until heexpreaaod Ma regret and icpentanoa fox having net on foal well im agitation a-* this, I for one would held aa communication or conference with him." Tbe II usc cheered, and elmwbere than iu the lloii.se snell a declaration .is that may w !l ba cheered, lt niara (and answers) Ibe question ?whither Englishmen can ?maintain personal and mci al relations v, rh Mr. 1'.linell whit" he stands tn the position af a man whom his own alienee con? victs of oornivaaee with outrugea ead violent ?: ii* i a Mr, Parnell ia a nun bun lute a station of Ufa which weald naturally give him access te al* ruo-t anv society he might cue **o eater. When at Inline he was rather a ooaaufc r.ible country gentle niai*. quite Independently of Ins political celebrity. Dining tala Parliamentary career ha has been ie gurded by a perttou ef Loudon society aa a Hoe. I doti t think he much cared fol notoriety ol' that ?ort | still, there have ala iv* beea boasts when he wit*, to lie met. It might ho a delicate experiment to cxhitiit hun now. It is not everybody wim weald euro ta meet tee employer ol Sheridan an.l the head of a League wbleb throve oa murder! The question what a truest would or might do in ruch circumstances has beea dlaouaoed, hut them \g bo doaht an to tbe general rale here ra England. The rule is that the men (or the arousen] whom you met under anotliei's roof aro for the time being simply the guests of your host, as von ure. That character swallows up every ether. It is thought the mark of an ill-bred man lo carry either private quarrels or political enmities into a dravriiig-rooni. It must be taken that the rule would even cover the case of a meeting with a man held in abhorrence on moral grounds. Cases could be quoted where personal enemies have met and chatted and parted tm civil terms at a dinner table, never ngain to speak to each oilier. I have known a man a*-ked te take in to duiner a woman with respect ta wham he stood on terms that wonld have seemed to forbid the exchange of n wonl or look that was not deadly. They went down together and sat side by side through tlie meal, and neither ot them improved the occasion to put prussic acid into the others soup. Conversation between them there was not. but then* was tin* outward oiiservance of the pro pri ties of life; which is all that is aboolately re? quired of anybody. I have heard af ? verv diticr cnt case, where an Enghakmen, with some blood ol a hotter climate in his veins, met a man he dis? liked, and then and flare tucked his wife under his arm, said good evening to his astonished host just ns the butler announced dinner, and so departed. Be waa condemned tog doing it. A less direct but not lamamaaing illuetratieu mav ba given. A man was asked to dine at a house whola he had been liret Introduced to a friend with whom ha had since quarrelled. Hia aaawea was: "1 will dine with you provided X. is not to be of the p ntv." Hts lio-t was md a man wim liked halag Chelated to in the coopoailion of a dinner party or anything else. He received bia testy gnana, hut I don't think be aaht-d him agala. lu france thara la ntv* tolerance und real gaud hr ? hug in such mattera than lure, lo mimi.n but ono example, which is French though ii happened In Madrid. Tba Preach Amban? ia Uh waa prearnl at a Ministerial leeeptioa where ?mscr.tlv he ob*.-1 ve.! Marshal Bena tne. laatantly to quitted tue room, mid bis wife with bim, bk** mr friend above. If Lord Lyona should meet Mr. Parnell ul ML Julee Perry'aaema evening, I rather .linik he w ill Maud In*- ground The quotion is raised aiiout Mr. Parnell, but Am re are not many ul ii s following *vi h lelerenos lo whom there could he uny gueaima af tin* kuni. Net ame jr of them have often found their way ia inle hnglish iron! doon. Now and then dianeia tove been made up in part ol Pernellite members for the gratification ?>i so :.** areal maa. curio.itv, lowborn In- bm bas i?c.ti aubusitted previously, ind sometimes mthlcsalv cut doora. Of late, even h.-b-st of tlc tn have obooen to withdrew them-* MTVcS from Sollie Oi til** C IellM tiley line.* tie [Boated. There nr<- sr il i, bow- vcr, boueea win ra ;he unwary BngUabmaa on pleasure bent mav Bod timsell exchanging views on tha weatb c a ith awn red-handed Cram Land f tiega sea irita. A different point wa-raised l>v Mr. l mark ahuul Mi- Justin Mci ai I h i 't oonnection ?ith I'nitid lnhtii'i Thia ls tbe paper which described flit- Land League an engaged in a campaign, wbicb lenouaeed everybody wno ahould refuse to take _is older- for the eamaaian from the Lund League, md whit h um k alter ,week published, under ths beading "The Campaign,'1 a Hat of robberies, barning**, InstUts to wesson, boye"ttiuca and mur ids. Mr .1 i-;.n Mel 'art hy is. like Mr. Parnell, s proprietor ot this Interesting sheet, aad baa avowed i.is approval of us usa tanto, ami is rightly hi bl r* ipi natbta tor them. Perhapa by aad hy il naay *?<? curtosomebo.lv to icm irk tint Tht Daily ."."'? is also to soawextent rseeoetoble ior Mr. McCarthy. Lang before he asah hate ths Land L**a<-*ue, Mr. J,i-*iii M'.-Carthy was a Icnl-r-vvnter QB tiri. I.ill? ira I shiel. Ito hes retained bia connection with it. uni i? believed ta have anana inflaaaes m Ike offlce aa Irish mattera Some ol ito Libarsi readers, pus <ieil to UMBUM for the eccentric views it hu ds on Ireland, tor its hatf-essMsatod sympathy with the Leagueam' covert advocacy of Homo Itule measure... ?_re wont to attriliutc. to Mr. M Carthy the. author ship of articles so with ly diverges! Iran ths toiivictious ot Liberals in geneni. They may be wrong about tbat, nor do many of them know mach about the inside of a newspaper ollie*-. If the ma? jority e vu knew tho fact of Mr. Mot art hy's em etojrmsBt stn the paper, they weald wondai less at its aberrations. One g[ the hits of Mr. Forsters spsscli was Ins rc maik about Mr. O'Donnell, who had been verv hold in his denials of thc BM of Lead League funds lui parposss si in mn "As ta tks honorable ?maher for I toagarvea."1 saul Mr. Perster in a tans nf aaeanesolsd disdain, Mnu ons suapecta him of being ia tke councils af tka Lsagua. 1 cannot eon salve ad aa j nady af saue msa whatever, meet uk wi. ether foi u gool or an evil purpose, taking tbs h< norab e Beinber kate their eoancila*1 Ths House, which is perhaps mam and more often bored by Mr. o Donnell than by nay budy site, greet al this bally with cheers uud general hilarity. Mr. Tttmft prossaeto with r"b ream ta ths I.?.tis? dall- prosseuttou d*> aot improve, rim Judges "thr. a af them! yesterday mada the rule for a criminal In ?io. abe* i, it.? in ..ther words, Mr. Yatee will have to Bland bm trial for puhliahmg a fulm state* neut that Laid Lonsdale who eas married rn i***7x, Iuid recently sloped from the hunting Bold '* witn a yenni*; lady of v.-. v hiir.i ranK und millie birth." it - i iw admitted thal ths paragraph tboagfa auonyaauas, did mfer ta Lord Lonedale, und thu! it was untrue. Mr. Vatea aaa hardly reuters to pii ad in mitigation of hi-* i Henel-, that prior to the publication la Ws Watti, stories af a similar char? acter had been Hying aiiout Leaden, Muley aleut gossip in club smoking rooms is BB legal or moral excuse foi* printed --caudal. 1 he line of excuse Mr. Yutes has adopted is a dillerent one. He uryes tbat be did not in fact know or suppose (hat the penna pshstadatwasLsadLaasdals. Be dented it when first challenged aud expressed his regret, Bul upsn this Mr. Justice Groves remarks with sternness: "Either Mr. Yates has denied that which ho knows to be true, or be BM u-.t made that investigation which, at all events, an editor of a newt-paper should make, particularly when the statement points to some particular person. He has not made tbose inquiries which are requisite and which lure ought to Lave lieen mad**. An apology should have been made, but he repents the denial, aud doe, not nuke an apology in a proper manner until practi tally tbe case come* before the Court." 'J: e?a observations are judicial, ni one sense, be? cause they come irom a judge, hut. in a preliminary bi ;u mg they eavor somewhat of hostility to a de I*' mt who has yet to le tried. It mind, be ?sui. however, that Mr. Yatcs's counsel, Mr. Charles Rui-Mdl, while malting an elaborate SlSlsmi nt Bl his behalf, pretty much admitted that he had Mill? ing to urge against tho rule being made absolute she public will be interested in the fact iliscioeed l.y Mr. Russell, that tho author of the paraicrapli was a lady of title who had for several year* In en a paid esntribateg to tks Jamaal owned by Mm m** eused, and wbo moved in the sams social circle ss Lead Lonsdale But this did not svsiU Mr. Jus ties Lapes remarked upon it tbal it ".-?? bmmI tat fortunats thal persons of biafa rank aad good roi lal position will fm- pav sonstitnts tbemeelvea Ike - af coiiiT.iinicating ts nswapapeis tbat which 1 cannot eal! anything else bal wandal.*1 Ii ap? peared, further, thal Mr. Tatra, though editor I d proprietor ol Th* FTerW, aud undoubteolj responsi? ble for everything that sppeara iu Ins piper, bad in ven up to t Lc enemy 11.*? I'aiii" of hia contributor If this wera aa attempt te appease ths wrath af Lord Lonsdale it was a v.un attempt, nor is it s pro :^ which till* world of journaliam viii be likely to road with approval. lt will be Mime mouthe, I sm 'ul I, before the final hearing emacs ed. Meantime, Lord Lonsdale and bia backers will have time to eonaidei how far bi ii.ii- been well-advised ia pres-mg for continued ami wide publicity lu a mutter winch, left unno ced, wonld quickly bave been forgotten. Hui. whctbei he is tired of it or i.n . the puce iii:,. - un -t gu OU. The criminal law has b wa ml In mn ion, though bs ii ride wiud, und Ike judges bave aa! I, aa th< y bave often *-.in! before, tbal indy n ill not allow a criminal court to '.,e made noa ol te retract au aoology *>r re 'liiciatioi. in mutton ol libel, 1 ben have boen two bearings already, By ths lime the third hi over, whatever there waa ol current gossip whieh gave rim to tins story will l**. well luipi.amil * ii tke general memory. Tke Attorney-General, .-ir Henry Jami s, wno appealed foi Lorn Lou dale, aaid bs had the most positive iustlllf linns IO pre.-m i he Butter. 1 believe 1 said, wheu mentioning this case befon, that not Loni Lonsdale bm Loni Westmoreland ami the l>uk" oi Benmar n mui.dcr loud to lui purnim lbs p.aseeatiOB, l in se two noble lents sro beliei ed to bave gnevanora ot tbeir own against Mr. Yatee, og against tha prosperous jamaal with which be ia idaatUtod. Tho Jadgee, of cunna, bnve strong opinions ou the subject ol what is sailed personal journalism, "lins is s c..*-,' sml Mr. Jaaties liio.es, " oi iiii others, tba mould not i?*v bnsbed up and in which eitlnr party OBgbl to accept, lin n spoti-iliiTti he hms 1 n tined." Should Mr. Vales io- convicted, in* will bs iiabe ta thc penalty al Im? prisonment, i mt it is still the i.pi ii mn ol experts tbat bs will ucl ou wi h a titn*. As Ins paper bringa I"1" :n ;t itch pim t o' over $90,000 a >enr, no tim* likely lo bo imposed aili prove inn:.ms lo him. dad, bb tba wno,i*, innocent tbo gb Mr, Vans waa of evil intent, it need not be regretted thal eociet jouniiiiisiu il nulli from time ie tims n et ivs ?? sharp reminder of tbe responsibilities arider which it is nu! ought in bs co ii ti. i. Kv. n beedtossneaa may ti * omi* an oiiiice w hen practised at tba sxpc oilier*-. Tho British Post-OfBoe rontinues to barden Ita baart sgatasi every aasgeetiou f**i quickening the outward aud inward American maila, rwice thia s sidon tin* Poetmastet-Ucueral baa be u Baked w h ther he would not arrana** to send lei lera by the fastest aieauabi] iii day on whic ale i lisp tell il IO New-York. 1' vv ii ,- , i,.* sa lu? ll ? been given, out hy Mr. I' weetl i i pen ni, i i be ia uot y* i wei enon .*h *? . Par? liament, DUI bl' SOU.I . ll UptO Ol Illili. Both an- u. i . wera io Un- ? if. ct Uiul reno lan . ibe chief I bing te aim at. I cannot imagine an ? ?pi iiou more chara* ? i.- c of a * ._ sh md born depart nen . .\n hu i an cmg li - i*< i p nut a by ll I lu" ter or mails to I* . o* c.t.-io, ail;, ia-.!. Lr- .*-r m.la week I ?? V li-ii l.i ve rp ol ami arrived laal tinnJay iuNoe '.' She carried uo wa, a I li" I'n li i, iel on thc en <? day and leann d New-Yoi!*. on w o ii ead iy. Will au - I.iel v Si. in vv ,ial li ii .ii it waa to tun inc I C, ia 11 lol New-Yura to be without their letttra during thai iii.* iv il oi t .1. 0. W. u. LATE I.n. luis GOSSIP. AX i;\*-i NOTES ON I ipi 8. : **. h. i l-l..v ici l.i., -,..:.i - ; *t . i i l?tS, X Irish arrests and complication*, tlie ulm uni Mr. J*iliu Mid . il nm in f*r t ie l onriiy ol Diiiilin, i ven ihe nu rv .1 ? OM Maa" bimaelf. save net excited ?*->.?. *. ? tin- pr -o-, week Ilka tba ca aol " ."in- t)m n gat! -," o: :. 'lie irr.ir.'.rr. i fur tba ik-ik- ..f i etiriiiiiiii Information aa li li agataatt <? t i pi rletor of ;'.. Wa 'il news? paper, at tbe instai ? ' '? I ? I ile tim I v.. timur land. As will be Sonn, Hi" lae of libel lu t.i. v ...i ral ? v* r. * in i.n.'.v uti.i mm beinvoked bj rd p. i*-*.in- i.y disunet *? *. - v per .. i ringblmeetf Iqjnred tn bis i laracter o. b may cemmeneeamt lor lamas -, or ne maj > wu..t is ea ;.-1 a irniilii.il Information ? Slebepi of ceiaagee, nut InflicUag Uno an r i|.n inipi inonaMsi on tin- pun taber of tin* iiIm-i. Tba ; ,-| I i.l -ell ?..I- I' | I, Pd IO Ul "il I I-'' ll' M. mer, of ll.e London Figaro, and tba! nninckj actuallj Imprl oird lor turee months In Uni.*. . ? nc im i be n mali e longh to pah u t bis d w. ii?i , , -.one- . ti. in erl ea bj tbal recj tronbii , Mn. Weldon, wuo ti alwaya totting bet Into <-r,pin. I n.e i | .a this pre ? i.. .t foi p e publisher, not the Inventor, of tbe seand canes li ls of very pert! icm Ionia tbs Yates Baeden id Tua Tataum Tue already beea made aware ol ? para-craae la a neb ao names wen isa Honed, i.it everybody abu l* anybody prrteuJed to n . ii.M'/c tri" Itu I Ol lam*..lal.* u-nl l.i . ?. | - luw, i ut tba Earl of Westmoreland and a woman, lt was Intimated t nt aa elopement fi tn tbe baatlag leM had token pi oe. Why ueverybody" shoald eave koowa wbo wen tbs penoasmeaai la the lanuaudota net ho clear. Per logs! pnrposre, bowever, tin* i ville ncc of recognisable Identity v. as bel i sallie eui, auu aiiimutfti Mr.Terna mata every knot of apology IHlCbiagWaa accepted, ami no now stand* lu p ni of heavy line, If not af imprisonment. TuM poi lon is tim moro eulinna Hiut ho Ii.th given Hp Un* miine if ihe writer of tin* paragraph, pee boom atraaga n a-im tlila nama lix* base kopt oat of tu ? ne .vb p.ip. i reports, m Milieu tba p* lion in reU ne 1 to aa ot Ugh station, eipoil in fae! to Unit of l.or I I lonsdale lum nerf. Tin-writer, like um pabttaher, han ms ie abject spology, bel it was declared by tin* ladgm tbal ali lilli wan I'liiiiuterial. lt would tin;- appear tbal ? rn., .* v oiitit pensa who writes fto pay li snits ?afo i> ibtad thu eiiitor or prop! i.i or of ajouroal even if Hi** na ne tir, tm i: really i*>, given up to 'he pram eu ter. The pcreoa to lie. * | ts not tbe ciit.ooct .r of fetas sews aad spttefol liiHit.nail.u. nut Itu* e*lit..r orpropi n-ior arba baa given .t. Inadvertently, pebUetty. wt outmtoaia ethe fl argued .ju*-t.*.n whether ?**'society "pepera Hiionid or hi,.mill not be "ti ff*.-nil to ex! -t, it rm hardly be dented tbal tin* < loje meal af a pear, if it u ears, ts a matter ot public newe. Ail thia aa* been botlj di lated dorina tbs last forty-eight bonna! avery dtaaer tabla aaa avery cuii in Louden. Ths asm * *n soe part of tbs bailnsea, however, ls tbe light throws soon tba amthud to wblel "?o.i ty " papen got their paragraphs rbegma notblag public of oi*i lan:.Tint, tim millloni wlio urn "not in it" but wi'O i ii i\e-y aerap of in-w* ahenl "tbeir betlan" vv ii a i.liTi-i (I elm ?h, wlio rmi .-very uiori-e] ot sea** il ri ov. ?.- t lui r 'o:i_' ie-, iin I In-k lb- li Ilga Wltb J'*.v ov.-r aay snerthrta of royalty or tbe peerage, have loaj relied ut tbs M spicy " pirsgmpha aboal persona whom thej vulgarly deelgaatS ?*HW*i.? " Of tin- tun Hurls of club ead otherwise social Booba, tbat ls te soy tin* Uck splttle eaeb and tbe oneoHog aaeb, lt ta <tatami to *ii Uni.'ii.h Whisk Ifl tl.*' -SOT ? le * nlv tolerated III snell queerly weeded paragraphs ss thal wt., it baa gel Mr. Vale" Into tnubtoi Tbe bom WSS an "not in it" aro all aim* wi.eu each thinxs appesr, an l oas in aonpeOed toahsaathemasTa littletaagaly ?t tfaaaa Mum Iha day balms yeal rday I have bees eeked at least a han ? neil tinics what I- IhS name of UM my-.ii ninia contribu? te* to AU World,tbspetson"movingla tim klghem __ B-B-y/* aad se forth, Ifthsstetj uud ssas tavaatsd la i ,* i t m., or tlnreali HitH, nobody weald baVS ?ar ?<! ii flu aiiout tlie author, bal a Boranel makes u gr ?t ttWat. ence. Ah a mutter of fact "society .paragrapha" Bnaeat to ne espaliers hy p. raoiis more or leas " hi il," cit uer for lure or willi malicious Intent. They aie, no'. BZtlueted from butlers, lady's uniiui, o: busily tsstSSSB. QaltS tho contrary. The mysterous contributor lu no o'htr than Lady Stradbroke, a very cl -vcr woman, toed ut " Kot'lug into type," ami a wriior for The Wtttt for several yearn pa_t. So accurate has Sba panetaBy bssa iu?t in-r BtataaMata have been accept cd with unhealt at inic faith. Wm,ont any liui_rrtiueut rofliction aa the lady'a aga lt may ho aaid that che ls " an old baud" Ol tho press. Th***-.*, "old wttSWA* who know all tho lm and out* of *numnll_n_ do not, H Mr. YatcH, Mr. labsashhn BBd SthSI " BSStoty" ncwi**pH|ier men aver, often mnko nil-take.; hut when they do they "make tho tor fly," BS Top-i.vput lt. There aro senna of such ladles writiii*? for various newspapers. To do ttasm Juktlcc. they do noi allom aller look at tho money they gut for their worlr, sMhSBflb Uiey take lt freely t-nuugb. They, BS Chaucer puiutcd out, love power or tho show of power, nnd a lady who bas tho car of a society Journal? ist has not only the chance of pulling her friends *rmt of palrertatog liar enemies. How Lady Stradbroke made thc mistake of converting s friendship whick baa Badana from sbfldbasd tata ?n illicit ulm. lim.-nt mid na elnpi incut ls difficult to con? ceive. Probably abo took bar vtewa atssssadduum. or the iiiiiu. r. weald have bean printed al fBlltagth. Ths Loalhaia of tha Laaadala toaaek am aetartoaa foi ? tridty, ::n i ihe faam han * Ism na ri ls ths family, for was tt i BS l.i i.l i * u. ntoUd Who : og the great kalnee, mai Child, toe bs ,,,.,. t,ii!*ie*i .* for: UM desOSUdSd With : queen'* w ibeBartsof Jerser.of when tha , he ld of the lioiln' or I I I ' I l.i 'V n ike i-< alee of in .tone tam If, .Sha l* sae sf tin' * a bom 'sames i ap called ?* i bs Lock of i.iicriici'i" . et of seat ned story. Hm r . ..f the Kev. -Tr C r StOp\*-W e. -.ii o ri e I In Ifl il. Her la lyabip married, first. Colonel li-nih in. of i a- 1'ith Hussain, sail secondly .radii ?* i*. n ' i h. * I Ier brother of icing e Ich uv A?1 m. n H i .. Lord H rad ? r ii ni i r.i l. and, like Lord Btraff. rJ.li oonsld red ? ?h. ol the t itln r . ni tl ctorf. lt i. :i turf i.n nr.-l r'!.i.-i He r. Mi- iee and l: .ii m ie _?:. ativ mm il np hf 'lian*-. ,at d son e family ITie, maj have been, I ito not i] waa, ai toe bottom ol , p ,Ti li - ? ron. bl -o mucll wo.e. I I 8 of Ed n nil ? a "'.. al. rather i T.-.l ii i ..n|i e Of jreara ago ol.ld crin .'it iii * ? ,i in. carnage from the open. h hundred yards In ll.old killed bim tn the primed life- .Ula beuatUUI widow min it '*l aa ii" I *-t ? .Mr. Lab.fm ls de Idedlvtbe IncWeet o'all "socl etv " editors. Ibe Urst paragraph strains. Ur. Hell p pear. ?'. m Troth, bul umUiua caine of I . walli Mr. 1.1 v. ** an i Mr. I'-.** * , of t ? ? ??.* I ?< r, bave b . n In Bot water ? v. r s>m e thet touched t n.- -n1*! c. and now Mr. ? has ipili, nuwitim-; \ llmiriili ,e-l Into BU uv fill gUBg ntn. Tbe sporting woH l conti ines to be ever Hised tenebtag (be death of Mr. HurlingCrawiard. Ifbal t evaeknea la whether tbe Dows er Duebeas "f Montrose, lil* widow, will carry on tbe racine stabbi Bad wear tba to Tiat.i cl ns a ol'"ld. Mr. Crawford was not ut all an uld niau, bul a ben I mw bim Imi seemed to be suffering from -ermin exhaustion to a frightful de nc. Like 1/ rd alington, tie w as om ol tbe lue r proprietors wAo own fcooece In cine., aol areen Heida In tbe conntry. Lord Alington, t" Bunny Pturt, "i owaa a areal pastel Hoxton, a regioo like tba Bowery, er rainer Tblrd-eve. lumen bat kial er up Iowa. This i sys bim richly, winch iiiciTiiTnT property does not. Mr. I'lawfurd's wealth wai* in Qlaag ?W. Tbere will he a great rash al tte Gaiety Tbeetn for tin* tir-i ni-.'ht ol ?ii.m iM-ar.l," Uv 'lr. V. ?". Hiirnand, tho e Irti.r of lii'uh. T'.ie "i.ii-;ier." Ill Ibeatalla "Alli Wtt Uiemaelvea "duffed"' on the stage, 'rids m ? Krui st traction, a-* th* song, "I vu an Arletoerat," ?t* lu Mr. Byron's "Little Doctor Kans.** happily revived of ia c. Everyb**dv was ven sorry for Miss Kate Vaughan HU TlnirmlT*. when abe S H Nlkea iii mel cnilil not eon tinne .in* pei foi m.i ce. Bee aaa, however, danetog ss cbawalagiy u?tn r laal ? Tinre h icjolctng among good f-lUursnt the election "f 'ol incl King- ;i ii min foi tho Connty ol Dunlin. I'oriee, ? plea* d, nod Radicals prefer aa a mle a Imi toa Pan i line. Personally, Colonel Klug-Harman i-v.Tv popular, Me i -.??i niai.lv a mt downright aad clever wita tl, baa en ?' be beal bonaea I..*-Mn ban i i. i n.-a div of it large ami liberal style. Ile i? ulm. mit rn ii ni nominal rani roil, in-mu _. t down for -onie fun * I.i ll el r, er 1. g [ier Hli ill. ll. Inn* ih il kind nf romance iii us family, for Lord Kl agaton enjoys t.. title ebUeKing II arman tua tne great family estatee FRANK BYRNE IN PARIS. now ni: looks, talks, avd is treated i;i un; AUTHORITIES. ? i i oaai -:-.i*.n. ?? r **i -tm raini'XK.] 1 iiii--, M i. i 2, S'cWsp ;e-r n ;...:(- r* ar.* on the gal tin aboul . ind his wife, Rocheiort, although te waa hooted a d pelted tit Cork by Irish I itboliea, ma v of w ii *ui i, National ita, baa taken np In* ii I rental ol ih.- Nations I I.- *. Ile, bo?* privately avowi reeta an n * !i u*- I*. ll their tri-int. a **l in I;,:- lempoi in source ol ai-- in un li.i- :?* to pro* ii- f ?r li.',i itu Kiigliab-speakiufl tat I** .i tn .ii .>f artist ignoble vulgarity. Ile baa pot rn B I lr -v. i.i doubt v. * uld lia** liim ull- r i perm Ibe il. I _. Iiupre -. Hi-. it.*. Iluent pl ??! linn s .me ii ty** i. Faa! og witb bit a raa a I ; : n .ni i.iv-.r. i?. * m a mc] uni attbootth tin* in m inn ? it impress ..ii open ni inner. .rm,' iou.ii I I.i-i vi if ? vv ti .er. He watched he all tho time ilicy were at hreakfaat, ami wh ha quit i.U .ml now:i bis i i.n. and ? mum bi r np liv i ctr. D plain Inn wei I-pi poi lom I, and any? thing 1*11' ul y. Il* lias a solid bi i oped Irontal - ? true-born i*e.t, und fail bair aud dy l> -ii'l and moustache, it-* figure i im: tli it of a io ni t, ,,i, ? . \ ? "l - * ? r . || : i 1- h.- ?* Nu iibei ? ; ot I'e.a ih re ia ?oin* linn j t!i 'i i no* all square In hi ba Iii me li a Iniii l i . iring waa " pe-* nliar." Il irty to a murder bis . i*< a couiu ... i. ll r. npe ch I-, tll.it ol ali ill te IT: ? ii! I mt liol u highly Cnll Va', il nan. Thc pu.: In .von-c ii Irish. A Bord hera and lhere i- | i ut ? in ed ri li .1 I'ublin acoent. 1 In* in I I'., rm- tall, with som** ol ins count) mt tha la ague, with which ba lia* no ronnei lion. Ile -.1 *l nothing lo their di 1 1 vantage, but I could see tn.ii he aud th y Ben not on tba I" * ter,ni. Mr-. Hine i-. a nonentity. Bun li womanl] lo ih** point of bel plc -ii.-*, .mil one (it the moat ita. ih 1.tin fl if ? * . -..w. Uer ajro ia i'm*ut siz-aud-twenty. 11*?* blooui ol youth luis faded from ber cheeks, and ins not lieen roper mded by matronly plutnpneea. Ai Deua Swift trrroto oi Li Ij kebeeon. alie ia snip ead lean. Never ibeleaa, tho Inepirea intenal 11? r cruabing iiiis lorlunm an supported patiently. Ii Dyne Isla faull and *<li<* knows it, abe hurbon uo neentmaat. Hereyea, whieh an glased with fever, eben abe look** at hun expreo*) only tin* teudenat tove sud neat entin oonfldeuea, It ia sol to think that wem anything t<> happen to bibi four ebildien woul.1 depend for bread un this hollow-cheated, 'oiisumntive woman. Mn Byrne 1-* mflned, aad, in.'I ladylike, - . *.-,?,, !,,.f,,ri* her marriage?a ii-ae:i>-r in a airls* school. Ilyrne sighed profoundly rach time their children ere men tonod. They an t nnder 1 b< care ol 1 tn ilden aunt, Che French police bave not been us civil to the Irish agitator as the ag**nI of Scotland Yard wen io lia wife. I ii" lirst 1 wo da vs and nights he paaaod Bl I Ile depot of I lie i'i el.-. , ll! 1 I',, I re VV ? re -.Jl 'lit iii tin* company ol t wo thieves Ins bed n aa full ol vermin. Unkempt mal I id probably occn in d h. In appearina ni Imt il ut* ol tbe . he wi ? li ind ullc 1. Detective Wil mn had warned Ibo polii a th I 11 \ m ih> I.aiel ami Labor la ?'... v... strong and dal ev luence _ .. sun 1 1 ;,ni which I tendered ui Kilm liuliain :. I** 1.1.11 adduct d ag unai lum. It irmli to prove that he waa actually en gaited in the Fncenig I'arfc uiurdora. But tuns fat . i* r 1 i be iin * I. uni m in-re. Bj tm* ia under the great disadvantage of having no udvo iii- io il* 1'i'tiii lum. iii* mya be doeenotapoab I ronch, hut he . 1 ? il ha ri nth nug of bl* mi ?... . hy :'u iiuii itI iii! 'pieii r. HOW WAGNES DIED. From ihe 1. m.imi Wu 'ii. \ ?" r died 11 ii. 1. Until two o'clock In* bad worked aa usual, and nobody, not even his trifeor children, dared ili^tniii lum linn. At two o'clock, liowever, ba gol np, und acing his wife's maid rn ih*- ;i'st* n .i n, t 1*1 ii* 1 ili.n be 1* lt unwell Sim le tc bed her tnistmaa instantly 1 bul the Indiapoei non pas ed away, a id 1.ruered dinner to lu* - rved as usuaL tho gondoliers, who almost daily look liim lor u row. baying arrived, wa.le,I at hillie, when at :; oclock wagner suddenly ex claimed, 'I (eel exceea*vely ill' jjfir in uhr teklrcht). 'lin* gondolien Jumped lorward ami i*.night bim aa be t il ? * -un -I**-... I?r. Keppler \mis i? 1 tor, Mini litivii'i: just I'un.-liii.l un operation, bur? ned l*i flu* plano w itlioiit even tabing tum* io wash Un* ni.I otT ids hands. He soeoeeded lunvivtng MTugner'a heart fora tow mlnutea, hut then ail wns iver. Madame Coolina henel! drumed him in Ins Favoritedreeeing-gown, and with her own hamid lil.n eu tum iii the coffin. sim married Wagner in 1870. Tho nama of his shit wife, married In lisili!, a very handaoaseae treau was 1 il. Planer. Mr. Oroaa, of Bayreath, iruiiriiiaii to the (iniii rec., arrived tar tho transfer <*f tin* hoity, and ii is due tn hininllueiieeth.it Mrs. ..'obiiiit aeceatod aaaat In tho wegoa pnaand i??r tor. Bhe aaotod abaolntely to remain witn the col? lin. Kin* hus announced her intention not to l.avo lia;, rcu 1 li, w li- re her hu .Inn,d Ilea buried, A little- brifkt-gyed btw, upon hoaring lila liitnir rei.1 ibo ?iory of Joau al Are, wsa freiitly moved <y tot WSi Mala) Imt whim tho pail was reached where 1 a* was ulm 11 to hr Imt ned to death at tho slake, tho "Kir Utile fellow could not cor.tain ktatoatf auy Iourit, mt holli* Intfiv rlut.Tiel hts parent's arm, and, with blK ears mulling down bis plump little oliutks, cried, "Hut, lia - jiuyii, wu?e?10 vi ere ma police 1" TIIK BURIAL OF THE DANS. Hine Gulf till around us, Hine sky overhead? Mantel all .ut the quarter. We tnii-i In,,;- ||?. dead I It I* tmt i Danieb aerier, Barged ol fr nt iiml form : A common mn of the forecastle, Oriasled a ith aan ami storm. HU name, and the fr .ml he hailed from, Wt know -innl then '- Bothtng mor ! Hui porbapa I ia m tber is waiting On Um lonely ulan i ol Four. Still, as he lay then di lng, * awreck, "TUmy v. at.-ti.'' be wonld mutter, " I utii-l ?o up.iu dei k !' Av. on deck?by the fore-meal I? Kui watch and lookout arc dona i The IH .m.I lek Iuid o'er him, llmv *iir.i' lu- Ilea in the sun I .'-'ht the pomi-r*ut ragia'? Pto* tin- hui 'yin.' sh itt. 1. i t ic roll ol i i.oeun Cit ile ont i;iaiit crafi ? (?a: in i aronui! the grating, Curry youl me nual nfl I Stand in order, and I inf eu To the holiest page of pi iver'. Let every foot lu- quiet, Everv hen h - bare? Th soft trade-wind is lifting A haadred locks ot hair. Our captain nada th** service, IA lil ip spray ra Ins cheeks), The grand old words of burial, And In- tni-i! a true heart -eeks? v\ i* thornton commit ins l>o*ty TO the deep '?illili, ,-|.s ho .speak*, Lannehed from the weather ruiliiir*, Sw it as tba aye eau nuuk, Tin* ghastly, shotted hammock Plunge-, awar from ih** shark, Down, a thousand fathoms, Down into tba dark I A thousand maiman and winton Ih-* stormy Gulf ebal! roll lilith o'i r bis canvas coffin? Hut. silence tn douht .'ind dole I 'I'lore'. a linet bar oi somewhan tm Um poor ii-wtiiry soul. Frc** the fettered ensfino, Sneed the tireless shaft ! Lons** to'gall tnt nml tcp BB il. Tba lm <?/.'? is fair ahaft! Bin ? i .1 a I aronnd ua, Hine sky hrighf o'erheal? Every mau tonis dui v ! .Va have baned obi dead, Ilv.MlY HOWABD niinWNI l.t.. CALIFORNIAN HUI,IDA VS. iv. THE 0JA1 VALLEY. 'IT:*.ll ? *.'..?? , .. i ? i r I -c.. MT M Bf TIIK Ililltl vi:.' NoBBUorr, Veatura <'*>., CaL, Match j. Winn you have exploit d the ri'in.iiitie i.tviins whieh IU hid between the billa ef Santa Barbara) aad have followed the pi. tun ague tr.iils among the .nii'li und buttonwood trace, through If teston, and Kattleauake*, aad Pycaasore Canyons, neram tba foothills, by the bm k -ray into malling Monti cito ; oi dowa tbe gally In tbe bluff, by thc lightbouae, .. bornei n the sunda at low tide, around iii*' P .im of c.i tie Rock, when Innumerable aea-ane tii ths di '. the donn with a rarioua brillianl ? ol.*r; win n yon have divided a day 1?< i ween * ml ll h .md Mr. Cooper's oliver*; and ron the Hot Springs, and even frown a little surfeited with comfort .it tbe Arlington?thea ?rill tell yon t! al it i- time to _p> to the < >i d Vail. v.f**r a change of scenery and air. Thia beauti? ful ai? .muni* thc ln!l-. thu ty . ii'ht miles bara, and it is mached by an ii? uii. rn wagon mud, whieh ollera one of the moa! ? squisitc tiri res in the muthern p nt of the State. \\ ? - t oui * ne bright morning In a itont cuvered i ii t* ?, or tv.. '\. ""I.ar rowle led n . 11. through :i pn tty little ? i..i t v ill., gi torie, famooa i* r ? ii of Lima bc ns, ot which it ships an un rrdibh nnmbi r of f<uis to ; and then we turned inland and h '-. pam li now ami then, as wa Wound about the flanks i ? tt tba tm nntaina, hat ? part traveraing a wilderness Where naturi I ii I yet been robbed ol ber primitive I be val pru pi. i wm u con? tinual tl I rpri e. As we meted com ni * ..I.- ? . I- ?. i' i. ... i i. ched broad opt niaga in ? ? .11 -i> .rkltng be? rt the tn* ming *v. | qi spent, vc bad a backward view of a long atrctcb ol thr i ... .. fl. ivitli t re bold I,Clill.Hr' iiiih si pm of Santo H.ir h.iia iii the fm lt ?,.?* like the lemon ? oui' k from the t oi nit ? n ??! * ? r tbe shore of Un Mi*diterrane;in. A* twow n.s we g**t I thc ;ir-t line <*f bills vv found ii gnat difler *ti. e . ol ilie landscape. Tris . wine' r on th*- coast, became abundant l i.e -'op.?- vv.ie well wooded. The vail i often ? rpan '? ?! i ito d. i tandi of brillianl green, diver l i.. il willi gi *.*- of oak, .m.I watered by winding -ir*.nu-, like thom beautiful alluvial meadows among tbe White Mountains of New Hampsbin to which we give thc n imc ol inti rvulea, Sometimes are seemed to lu in the lien t of a viralo fons, ol o.ik, sj it.mw.i il. and black-walnut, A supercilious hawk .i.v. * in from a dead tree, A dieon'erlv mon ot magpies rioted overhead | and stately c mpanieaof| inte-creeted quaile dr* led w iiii miii h i.i<<i <- display t' in la the f,i.s I. iou amoug quails al tbe Eaat, marched leisurely and confi? dently In (rout of tin* wagon. Wa oroeaed tbe higher ridaes by many an unexpected aeries of zig? zags, doubling around the p .int.s and de* p Into tbe ? i ni bold ravine-., toiling to tha top **f ban v 11 ii I-sw cpi heights, only t*> pl un if* suddenly into n wooded gully, and roll d'lWn a eorkaemw road to an mcloeed valley, amilingin th** first fresh color *.t in ing. Ii the narrow defile known oe theCaaai. toa Pubs, n rough mountain wall towered high above us aad a gorge lay dei p below. Ah nit llli'l il i\* We llr*'W lip limier tho trees nilli dined. Coffee waa boiled j the cold fowl nml oilier good thlng-i packed for ns hy tba _ceward ot the Arlington won spread under au onlv; iiml tba -. r.-ln-ved ol tlnir bernese, rofreshed them by rollin*, among the leavm befon tiny attackedtbmr harley. Tba afternoon wore swai iu ev, in rr iiuii grew more beautiful ul every mile, i * iithcr that -<?? -itu-il mon delicioua 'is ibe i ifl day ripened to ito close. Tin* landaeape gradur.iy .i- oro. .I ilie clean park like uspect winch charac? terises tbe Ojai Valleyi and just us tba ran went down we drove Into a shad] rtreol and found our* * ? ,i \ .ill. y Hotel, iu tba \ 111 N'ordholf, Our gund in. ml Mr. Charlea Nordhofl bas said some plcaaant thlnga <>f this place In Iii excellent book on California, and perfaape if it had not le.ti n.n... il in Ins honor In* WOUld have praised ii atill mora, li is ? modeal hamlet,containing about fifteen small dwelling*, one general store, a mth'a simp, a school-bouse, ami two batel ior boardiug bouses in which a little colony ul rather lively invalids and luungeia ri .i.l plain bul ample aud cheerful boepitality. Almost ;iii the tababi l.inl * -I am ind ure hut Ihi't I limy suv .'ill? came hero originally in aeareh of health | and they neem te bave thriven, The valley la about fifteen utilea long iiml three ur four miles with*. It lies at un ele? vation of lt--ii; ly 1,000 feet above tba aaa, and tba mountains which bound it risc rather abruptly (rom3,000ta I,non feet higher, Tba Boer of the valley la ahnoet a plata, and its tl.it greasy tarfaoe is si ii.I.ie,I with splendid live oaks and vv hil.* oaks, ku tue born underbruah thal they loo- Uko tho oritiiu tal finilier in BB Engliab park. Two or three mum from tin* western entraaeetethe vii luge, the rued ariuda up a steep hill on tha right, ud I. ad, into wliiit ls flailed tho Upper Valley, iilinost tin-1 oantorparl of thc oilier, only several hundred feet absva it; aad from this aacead hmlmed platoan ono emerges after a whilo by ii mountain pass upon thc Htiiuo route between the cn,isl. ililli tho distant railway. The mill dry air, tba genial spring teas* pei nt uro (0? or 8? higher than that of Suntu Iliir barah tho gentle npo.se, tho uspect of peuce mid fertility, tba _oft carpet big of grans uud dowers, tho striking prolilo of tho mountain.., tho itmtehiBg perspective through tho brooks iii tho range, tho beauty of tho abundant woods, tho pietaieefBfl dis? position of tim shapely isolated trees, tho myriad of bright colored birds, tho concert of melody always I ? going on in the brunches,?thean things combine td iuvest tho Oi-u Valley at this time ol tho ye ur with I an idyllic diann which I have yt seen nothing tc rival. There is nm* mad iu particular which every? body loves. It follows tho valley ot a little _*? mn. -tar tba bate af tba nathan ridgs, and wanders for miles through u leafy glen wi,.-re thc boughs interlace overhead, tne grass is eleen aad Crab .tlnrc are few weeds .ind hushes, sunshine li* s nmier the branches, and you cm look faraway, tbrongb dancing Itghta and dtodowa, tata the depth of rh,, wood, until tin* eye lou aitoelf iu aaystoriotu ii. cries of gun BUd green, and lest.is o. the Wild grape. To v..ilk here always Bal ea BM think of the eylvaa aeenee in rlbnbnapciaia. Tins is tha of Ardua I sliall sec Rosalind iiml the Baniabed Duke presently. Or is it pan banna tbe wood near Athena! [fl eome by moonlighl thal i liiul Tit,mia caressing Bottom transfonned I ls the whole lo. Iv pul ir.dy ami-leummerdreamt Shall I wilke* in i mu neut to find tba myatery of the weeda ladiapclled, and tbal what I took rtir the tattle of tue brook, the murmur of wildpigi ona and tbe chatter of garrBkma woadpecken is mil. the morning ...ilutat un, of the betel l.'hiimuian.wlio brings th** pitcher of warm water with tba remark, " Heap hot. 1 just cook him"! J. R. u. ix. ACBOSS IHK MLE DELI'.. 11.011 ALEXANDRIA TO CAIRO. i i . v; vs,... 1BIOBALOBBBBBPOI-BBBTOBTBBTBBtBBg. J 1 .mimi, February ii. lo those interested in destructive enerby the forts Of Alexandria present admiralilo results for stuily, and the vast pile of whifo glaring calcined ruins in the Grand BfBBN illns'rates the risk Europeans must take who elect totara t their capital on that hist'Tif site. Tho I'laits is repaint 1, and the harbor ?glin bristles with loreign sails, hut the town wears a dejected aspect, which is shired bv thonativos, tho donkey, and evea the camels, who havo a patent for flqUBBIBliiy even under the most Irving circum? stances. Hotel-keepers, grasping for customers, hold out iniliKciu Tits of fabulous wonders to be seen about, but the lirst train leaves in au hour, so by that train WA has ei toward "Masr El Kahira." The depot has a dilapidated, ghastly appearance, iiml tbfl locomotives aid ciiaebea aro run "for all they aro worth," so that two-thirds of the rolling stix k ts always in hospital in various stages of dia i-olution. Our Arah driver, however, rattled along at about thirty miles an hour, so that almost five limns were consuim-d by the trip, aud those the briefest live I remember. A few milos from Alox ii mil ia we passed Kuuileh, tho place which Cies.ir fortified, where Abercrombie fell, and where so recently Arabi Bey barred the way agaiust tbfl Iiritish. Tim brilliant green of the young croi>s daaahag in tho cloudless sunln.hr, the delicious odor of tbfl flowering boan fieldaand tho ever-recurr? ing gtoups of lofty palms, waving graceful leaves in the gentlest of all zephyrs, leud to the low undu? lating lands the rich appearance ol blooming prai rin. Hut, the best luterest is adled to the picture by tho moving lines of variegated life, ia every possible condition of drem ead andreas. Donkeys trot along nimbly under a portly Arab of *joo pound*, und frequently with a ebild or two thrown ni; mlemn camels narah by with loada of foilc'c ar a of cornstalks, beneath whiob then* legs aud .?r>* ju-t risible, Tbfl whee', 'lu* shadoof ud tba twinging hesket are everywben pli <1. by man ami baffalo, fi adtag ttnoufh a thoumad little . han? nels tba ever-thintyaoi] with drangbta from Father Nile's big barreL Tbe whiti ibises sit to reflective rows in the green patohea, The heron githen up his long legs and mila away through tbe air at tba approach of the locomotive-, while theblaekand whito kingflaben ami tba twinkling wagtail to skim by our alda and court our nm puny OB tho journey. At each stoppage . ed crowd of both mvea ?*?? i**u* **anaann in iii*' travel lera, 'in*! hero ga I then muong tba sycamore* tho trees th* ia soiree, wah iheir poldon burthen, peep through. Tue train ?.low-, and we look down apoa t*i** tba Nilfl aad ii u'i/e how ni;it.?-tic is the stream. This is bu* tbfl I.' M ar.ii, bot soon after we glide over tbfl I>_.i..!*tta I ranch to ti.c easton thom ol tho parent (treats, iiml then in th*- diataBcfl loom up the pyra? mide ami roon afterward we pull np In the station r o. rho familiar hotel "tout" appears and wa eetoet aaa beeeeh v. Than are but two stones in tbe building, them am a garden and fountain to tba in.i irani;!'*, and tba e. bole is rmrrenuded by a park uf Balma amt fluweriBg abraba. w tbal from ? window then bi a pleasant green proaae* . Tue . i r of meale aro Fnnch, the cuisine t. i lieut, and the coal of '?ard li ta than that a- any . | hotel iu Ncw-Yoik. At c.. '? i:iit. the next thing tobe dor'** is to I taco vcr upi hue donkey and driver tor explorations. iml t*> attaob them to your person for teran locomotive needs. Too Arab driver, hue a n? pro, ia called a boy, io mutter what bia a.e, and aa a i ii:.* im has a smattering of all languages, and of - un intimate knowledge of the city. More ?ver, both driver and donkey tn iy be Inr d for the ?niiie day for lem than ? dollar Some of the > a spirit d air, cock their eera, and put it th*- style ot a racehorse, but thia ls the beast ranlytab reckonedon tor speed and endurance, ia foi thc boy, he endures lonver, (or trot, gallop, *i amble, be is iver at tho animal's beela, to Bonum ' Allah," to twist th- brute's tail; er ta aeceleratfl Ins pace by a plentiful applic.i ion nf rattan. Tbfl Monaki is the ma n bttataem artery of Cairo, ind every turu of it leads into some baser or pie* titeflqufl alley, crowded witta tbs dc \iats, tho work ?rs, and the buyers, aad a moving in__.-s af animal .ie. Grave merchants. Turk, Arab. Anueniun and 'ont, si i u.u on tba shelves of tbeir amall shops, dick** ring with customer--, also sijun ting barnie tln'iii, or ?alinly smoking their writer pipes, apparently ludlf*** .?rent, hui m reality wntoblug forth" advent of a UTchaser. Thfl crowd, as it passes, is Icaleuloscoplc ii ita clumps, oeing fo tha thousand ami one .iii lot ii*.** of dnas, shinies of complexion, and colors. [*be only exception is tbfl Mask garb worn by tiie Bomen, bfl it silk for ladies of tho baretn, or fl eoui noii cot lon tor the lower classes. All of tm'iu aro obed si.iiuvv hal alike, and all are partially covered iy black vella, hanging br brans pipes from their on iliads, ur tbfl cowls thal cn vet- tbeir heads. Bal Youl tl,at little ex nosed space two us: rous ev es blum out, heightened in e fleet ,v tim skilful application of kobi o thc l;o-hes, mid when the woman ?In-Sliot Sipiliit uni noe optic n not defaced by cataract, the elliot if their eyes is a new " sensation.'* Most of tlio taw ken conceal their fcatnroe: wrinkled old bega ,-en i ml !*? im isl v *li Mt, .iml the Nu I.'.ni slaves cover hen-jet black in* *s wn h stowv veils. Tba Coptic mi , en aie moro free in tbe display nf their chara*, md they maj b **.-iii ph ked out from thfl genuine trail population hy iheir greater cleanliness and mperior style of drem Mill the cu .tom ol veiling leemauniv rsal, a?*d little maidens of ton. after ? ping curiously at the stranger, hurriedly but oquettishiy cover their pretty funnies with the H io oi Ho-tr large sleeves. I'll* bazars neil everything, but few things tbal nay nor "<? better bought in Lurope: Indeed, it we mtv jink'" ot tin* runs ami os rp.* ta displayed and he prices demanded, b tier articlea o uld ii** gal to .ew-York al twenty-five not oeai lem coes, toona lm k alley notbing was onerrd lor -ah* but nd and fellow leather slippers, bul leapied Btooeendthe m. *.i tlie-way entrance toa rickety moaqua, >iip i. ra wen In thousands, but nus was mn a show iiit.e tor strangers, so them wen aetae af ?trew it band to pad th" auclean hoot ot he giaour. Alltbingaoan ba eflectod ben, bow vcr, by ;i bribe, ao tim ititi ol ten cento caused two decca of rag ta be produced and bound round nu? ndy I.ta,and then tba B'raagorwaa raftered to nt* r ih" aa* ied c.mri. Wbal a superb auldect lor be artist I Overthe ruinous benns wuved ua las ueuse palm, and above ail towered the .treal striped ate of Ea Zeweyleb, ami the magnificent carved ion.* adnanta of tru* moaqua t_l Ashien. To the eft limier a portico, the taithfal wen at their de otioiis. in tue longround lay tin* aaeiud fouutam, nd on thc nulli tbfl splendid portal of the tottering olonnade allowed superb columns ol polished uiar iloa in thc gloom beyond. Qboioi Fawckit Kowe. Tiik N?W Antiski'tic...?Additional exper iiiits, is eoiiiiiiunliTiteil to tho P renell AflBBBBBJf of ? lenee.pappan ta shaw the aafcettva ratoe of m. La lion's evv uuli-e|ilie?, the itlyceroliorntes Ot calcium aad SO inin. iiotii or moot compounds prove to poaeees the bn ortaat a*lv milliken of being very soluble, destitute nf ilor ami free from all to ?_ Icu.* lion ; when exposed t*? tho ir they both deliquesce with Kreut ruplUUy. alisorinnij ?om tito air an equivalent welebtof moUturj Boil leohol ami wilier dissolve twice ttiftr own weight of the iliitnni. lim most I'tlVctive lu a tti**rup_utio *ioliit ot lea appears to ba tba calcic snit, lt ls absolutely liinoe ,iiis. niel cnn lie npplieil lu HtronK solution to M delicate n or_tiin ttstheeje vvilhoiit had msults. lu a byKicnie 'iiseJiotli can !?*' employc.l| with ml vanlane as Ult u ?otuuu*. uml it is believed thal holli ?>' the "alt* will also nu., rery noemi as antiseptics in Lister's moil, of lessing noun*!*. LIFE AXD SOCIETY. WOMEN, MARRIAGE AND Ll.X_.RV. ? OXJUOAIi OOMFADOMHIP. limn Iha laai AnnMior dUrotirns-eiiieiir that Dr. Dit rniclit have pie-eiilieil for divorce ls |ien. istent, un-eill li inten? tion, on th.* part of married emmies, to h.- , o-iipan loiiaMi. Companionship ls the Wis of all lusting unions of mala ami female, even ninene tin* BBB* mil-, lt i- quite true Hint most married couples wen originally mt .muted, but no tad ls better known and recognized, outside of family ciiv.es, than that eitrsna differences .,1 Intellect, taste, .- i-quin-meiil, d:-p .-itam illili 1,nilli.- rile no l.ilf to tile tu.l-l delightful .itel el| durtng friendship, anises in one person or tbs other there are positive vi.-esor selfiahueee thal pmveutthfl forimitton mt Bay true and honorable bond witn moy being whatever, Even heathen philosophers bave urgeil man and woman to perpetuate aad perfect their adm uv mutual and persistent devotion towan! each ether. Bnl iir Dix has tiiiluvctlv dis.-oura_.ed this iii nearly allot his leelmr,. His liiluiictliin that wives shall b* olieilletit to their husband..; ins reprobation, ar flt least ?usptelon, of moiiiTu women's ileein io ix* *.-ll Informed ousuiijei ts of wbleb their boat-eats tatti his crtHataaj of women shu ure not content to be housekeepers and nurses and nothing more, are all calculate! to muka women the infi-r.ots ,vi their btiabunds, and. roiiscqiiciitiy U> a great degree unoiunaruoiisMe. The le-iuiei- nilvlit Justly bave given Lia male pt*, i sh io ne rs, respectable and otha a ba, mam hard raps, for the custom of many of them h to devote the heifer pert of tbe day to hosnies*, most of the remainder to theta male acquaintance-,, and only tuelr stupid hours to their fun-Hire. And, If marriage ls the holy Institution that preiwben proclaim it to lie, why did not Dr. Dix blame the Hiern of all the churches for not makins* its duties ami hlcss toga the subject of frequent sermons anil liietrucMonsf Sermons on regeneration, adoption, sanctincatton, total depravity, redemption, backsliding, malice, eavy aud uncharitableness abound, lint what veteran churchgoer has heard during all his life a do<_eu sermons ou inar rtagal mi: Duum Awrtattw for hw. From The London Speetntor. The taste, for luxury and ui-ignificencoin Eng? lish society has been curiously illustrated this week. The CmwaPrmee and Prim-ens of (ienuany have bein eele brattnir their Silver Weddin?, delayed by the death ot Prince Charles, and columns of description of the festiv? ities have lieen telegraphed to London, Including minute accounts do** only of the ladles' dian innis, but ol the men's cost nines. The correspondents seem positively Intoxicated with tho spleudm- ot one reception lu tha White Saloon, at which every one appeared in fancy dress the natal's man in particular declaring that one party of mi snueiini. i-, who represented the English Qti<-n Elisabeth amt ber Court, but forgot Shakespeare,Haleigh. Baeofl and Hurleigh, "came like speechless yet eloquent shadows, and so they departed." Au "eloquent shadow'* dressed as a Heef-eater must have been worth seeing. Thc celebration nf tbe oliver Wedding U a gravel ul cuss tom, and the ceremonial was, doubtless, jvorthy of record as an incident of foreign Court Ufe; but tba appetite for finery which cannot wait even for letters, but insists ou telegraphic Tulletlus about "puffed dui blots" of red vel? vet, I*. lu an age like this, a strange oue. There are evi? dently people extant who not only take delight In seeing a great dress pageant, which ls natural enough, sa nat* ural as delight in any other exhibition of color, but In reading a description of one. The Court of Germany, we perceive, omits In Us triumphs the slave who told the Kouian conqueror that he, too, wae mortal, and yet Mer? lin eon.*i eu-iiy supply one. The Urst (Socialist found la t In* tn xl st reef would answer admirably, and need ouly say, "I am the outcome'." to be more Impressive thau the ?lave. TWO ROMANCES. From The Youth', C"in panton. Tlio vin ot a leading lawyer in Nlew- York, some years a;.'", was attracted by the Innocent face and quick alt of a Welsh chambermaid lu his fathers house, and declared that he prefen-vd her to all the fashionable licinties who bad courted hts notice. His tinnily protested, but lo do purpose. The only concession ne would make was to eoaoOBt to ko to Kurope for three yean before nerrytag the girl. In the mean? time, having un Independent fortune, tbe lover placed her at one ot the best schools In >'ew York. 'lu.- girl vv aa ambltloua amt devoted iu her ufa-* tion to tbe h.an who had chosen her. xiv returned, found her Watt lovely ttiiin ev?r. They were inarrted, and tha lady ls now oue of the leaders of society In the city wh.re tln-y Ure?a nobie, relined, charming woman. An eminent lunst. welt Known in Peaasytvaale In tha early parr of thia century, waa "mukle* the rm-un" oa .Horseback, sad steeped tor dinner at the house of a larmer. Tbfl daughter of the farmer waited on them, and the bulge?who h.cl lieen a cynic about women?on? set v.*?l the peculiar gentleness of her voice and a certain ?weet Candor in her face. Alter .limier the farmer said? ??Miry, brina the lodge's borne." Mary started to the field, which was inclosed by a barred fence. Laying her head aa the topmost rail, she vaulted lightly over. "I -nv," lara the Jodee afterwards, "for the first time, a woman with the mina and bod. I ibonM ?*??_?? la my ..,i.. i. .rn-i is-'n nml ?k.un at Farmer C. s. Atlast i seat Marj to school tor u couple ot yean*, ami ben -he la," nodding to thc ttaiely matron who presided ul his table. Tbe BOBS of tbs itnlge and this real Manie Muller all attained dlatlnctloa; one. like his father, at the bur; au Othet w issn eminent divine, uml a third was a Southern candidate for the Presidency. Ail were noted foe their rtoanenee, their buthaeaaeel honor and a certain iipp. ti:** for lighting windi was well sustain il hv strong il health. Tin* imi,'** ii,ul uot barn Bdataheato - of mind or body. is rr Dr.TEKior.ATioNt From tAt/AUaidfAiO Heard. T'nqnesfionaldy there ie a change ia prn-jreta Iii ti e rel .tom of woman to society. Tba Bid tillie theory I.v- vviiteii si.o was beni, tmaflee and governed as a chattel haa been practiea 'y abandoned lu thia country ul hast. Xevertheiesa, tbera ar.? tunny ultra of thia theory whieh am atilt Cherished In society, and lt wilt ba ?aay lean an they a'ao will oe consigned to oblivion. It ls s'ill a part of toa BB> written law tbat a woman loses earn bv earning her own living, iini-ss abe makre a greed success, ami tben societv Gundooee lier oitence as a freak of genni-. Noth Ing is m. re common than a semi apology tor a wi mau wao works, snd if it can bessld: "oh 1 she didn't have to work: b*-r father waa weeltbr, bel she was so Inde peu*:ent," lt is universally understood that toe voting woman baa not last all cudla to social coi.slderailoa. It .*. ho tuust wo: k wim sre regarded a * a Uttio ??ol! color "such! ly. As lon_r. therefore, as this idea pi iv ans, and until lt shall be us proper, as ue aseary aud bs much expected that a woman shall have occupation to gam ie r living as lt la that a man shall de so. tben will be some d.itleulty lu me, tn.a the deterioration theory sauarely. For society, as now constituted, will regard tba steady progress **f wo u.iii io rant equal labor, il itv and responsibility with Dian as one oi the greatest evidences of her detsiimm : oe, and will tr St woman suffrage as one af tbs agaatfl int invading her privacy mid destroying her laftnnaa Ui'psodenc* a id general us 'seneca Hut th** woman of th ? fit ure will be In every reepcot min's coequal worker and friend, n-id vvuile she will lose uotai'tg or tue sweet* Beassbenoe poeaeaaoa she will gain Imi ur nial j inlier own cu'.i.i' n ? for sympathy, laooraadrecreation, lins la .me prophecy against another, nat it is Just as v.ilu Bbie as iho ol..cr nuiil it is prov, n Ulm. A lASiiioNAHI.K BBITIBII KABRIAO& From the ll hittltttll ketrieic. Toni i" in love. He thinks it will he easy to economise his axpeadttam whoa ha settles down with tbafdear little girl" to a boom ol bia owe. "A fellow spends neb ii deuce of a hu on rushing ahotif. giving fellows bieal* fasts, and oil auppeis after the play," he Hunks. " Gertrude's lather ls giving us thc house aud furniture, and ve shalt Uvt quietly tori. blt. We've le? vitations th.-es deep for autumn und winter sin-.dy, so that wn! save us no end of exp-ense. By the end oi the year I shall have paid off those bothering Jews." Gertrude i? tim quite so much tolevemTamla Pha h i- accepted him moro tor the saki- of having a home of li*>r ea n uml for release from the thraldom and narrow? ness ni domestic arrau;--etiieiit.s consequent Ui*on Hie ex ? nf ala Uston uud three* brothers, tho latter, as ii-tiiil, being extravagant ni proportion to the reatneteu m. ans of iii.ir parema. " lt ls perfectly awful to b?* the youngest slater," Qertmdfl has ofieu said. " I hardly uvei vUi ii.iuie to go out, and a* to a na 111 nw di*-ss. ti evenezpeet lt now. Now Tam hm beeps el tiiouev. I shall have as many new dresses as I like, ind a new beeac! tor avery new diam Wa ebal! give eg keaal two ttoacea every ni-asou, amt a law Aloa .mic diu li*i - an*l .-o un. _ W'mle reading The Horning Pott, Toni chances upon an account of the wedding pn-sents /lien to lils bride by .-u- Somebody Something -diamauls eaoogh to stock a small simp. .* uh u good*- eatalo-cee of sapphires, ta?et*_ ald.s and rubles. He feels a Utile uneasy. - I BMHfl give her mii"c little thtiiK." be thiuks, ?? but lt can't be mu. ii." a lim-of iiia.ni.nd earrtoga aad a lace pto to match accompany him ou ins nasal vUlt ta the after? noon. Gertrude ts delighted with them I but, alastor poor roan I be little knows toto uow be has began te give ber Jewelry she will expect a frees Instalment every lew .lavs' up lo and Inclusive ot the wedding morning. "The girls think they would like bracelete/" abe telle hun oin* all. .t.non. "Oh, do they I" ho asks, u little mystified. "Vi.s. Hold would do, with our nnlfed niouogiani In brilliants. I! Will liave to li.e .-ecu ulxiut Ut oi.ee, for tliev iniisl. ol course, Im* made to your old. r. " lort ru.le's rix sisters ere to be supplemented by two ??! ins rmisiuK aad two boeom Meads or his bride, lu tbe tindal ti,un. Tom orders tbe bracelets the mst "ooralea, uml un .cavill/ tbe jeweller's s*iop juiui>s into ii bitnsoui, and aller i* quarter of un hour's ride, out of lt agata et thfl door of a shabby house not a hundred miles I.*.in Lei? cester Square. Here Uv. a toe cboeen gentleman who iles loins for hun ut ruiuoiis nciceuiugo from ?? in- Mend In the < ity." Tbe weddinc day cornea BM sm's, lom has looked pale and nervous throughout th** ceremony. Bte mala Friends seem to Hunk that hycalliug bim old fellow " hu enormous number of times ibey nie iami tha much .ervin*. Toe beet mau knows what karang, l-.-t lilirlit lils it i.ml had Mild to him: " if I had kt own then what 1 do now, 1*1 never have done it. Hr .1 least I'd have wnind avea*- ortso. I'm lu no emt of a lue.-.*. That fellow refuaea to advsaee aey asate awaaf. The lust iince hundred waa at 70 percent Illi meaty sae us over the weddlng-trlp. Qeiuade weam tego onto Home amt gu :i few weeks there. Money run- mit Uko wuui-wheu one ls travelling. I can't see my way, old boy. Iwuaau awful uss to think of uiurrylng. rina mac be an extreme ease, and lt maybe boped that few cud so disastrously as did this but a few months un***. It was as a smoke lu the nostrils of society tor Soma sutiill imrt of nm.* days. We live too fast now for won dds to be remembered so long as they used to be Some seusUilc persons have tuauguruted reforms m niori* than one expensive purtliular of the wedding vcr. - niony A high-end girt, coungeem as lovely, walked to the altar OUOmUUU inoriimg unutteiided by a single bridesmaid, on another o. easton there waa no _maam| bnukiust and consequently-delightful immunity 1-uo spec. in*-. Wediliiig-trtps that last three days, or nt um -t a week, an* Immensely lu favor. All these are lui pioveuients upon the stereotyped old customs. Tlirrv. si Ul tiTii.iiii-iiiucli tobe done. Not many days agu an ambitious litt to Indy determined that her twelve brldca in.i its should evtdeuce In their appearance the jMissea siiiiof both riches ard generosity t>? the bridegroom. They didi lingo bouquets of orchids aud other rarest hothouse flowers were carried by the twelve, the Moa* som. amit*-Inning In their southern brilliancy the ex? quisite p.-ndutits of diuinouda of the first water that foeiued tho bridegroom's more permanent gi.'ca. That ladj pro,ed her own selfishness In tba tame inomenk that she m.malted thal her husband shoald display Ida wealth, whloh la by uo means ?u_aii?*_