JlMjjrbillf o&lcchls ($)ig ano (Cjjwnirlc: Mcimtsimji, Jctcmbcr an, 1S75
AN OLD FRENCH LADY'S REMEM
BRANCE OF NAPOLEON.
Bjr ttrare 4lrrnwo4 In Htw Trk
Oar friend, the old French lady, of
whom I uav already spoken, ; of
Josephine: "Hhewaauot pretty, but
iibe was the most graceful woman in
the world." Of Napoleon, whom he
remembers aa First Consul and as Em
peror, abe nlfoa asingularly vivid tie
crlptlon. HUe ays that though in
youth he waa thin and sa'.low, and in
middle age stout and pale, bis face had
always a strange beauty stern, yet
delicate; soinelbing almost fearful.
"His eyes were like blue steel, yet
when at rest they bad an absent,
dreamy look ; it was only when they
regarded you that you felt their power:
then something cold and sharp seemed
to pass through you. His finely-curved
chin was rrni as marble, but it had a
dimple ttt for a young girl. He had a
small, beautiful mouth, which seemed
always ready to smile and never
smiled. His speech was abrupt and
startling ; it made one tremble if he
only said Hon jour.' There was
something mectant about bim, even in
his pleasantry. Hs played roughly,
eepecially with the Empress Marie
Louise, whom he treated as a child,
sometimes tossing her in the air. ana
carrying her down stairs on his shoul
ders.'' Of Marie Louise she said : " Her
Deck and arms were fine, her com
plexion was not bad, but she had an
ugly face, uameasing eyts, and a vile
none.'' The old lady startled me by
adding that as a wife and mother that
royal dame wan "sans entrailles."
This Mme. Mere has given us some
interesting accounts of the late siege
of its sight, fights, and privations.
Hhe says that, given a little more
time, the Conmunists would have re
enacted the most bloody scenes of the
reign of terror that they were " res
urrected sans culottes." For many
weeks the family lived on the very
edge of starvation. They have pre
served a small piece of the black bread
to which they were reduced. It looks
oa though maJe of the refuse of an old
granary, ground up into something
which could hardly be called flour.
But Madame says they ateof it thank
fully, us they did of the meat of horses,
dogs, cats, and even rats. The latter,
she confessed, was a little too much
she could not keep it on her patriotic
but enfeebled stomach, but immediate
ly " rendered " it. "Cat meat," she
said, "waa not so bad; indeed we all
found it very like hare."
Then, she added, with a childlike
smile, "Et maintcnant, quand nou
mangeou (iu lievre, nous jengonH an
chat." To eat hare and think cat is
not pleasant, but when we see a lievre
served for dinner, lying in state on
the platter, with his legs in the air, we
are inclined to suspect that the big
brindled serenaders of the housetops
and the portly promenaders of the
courts are really being fatted for the
market by these wonderful French
economists. Charles Lamb's China
man came Into a knowledge of the
deliciousness of roast pig through the
burning of hiB house the Parisians
burned palaces and found what Nutri
ment there was in grimalkin. As for
me, I own to a weakness for cats
those lazy, luxurious, lordly creatures
that can be touched by neither our
joy uor our sorrow, that attach them
selves without attachment, and follow
us without devotion. There is some
thing that piques me to love them in
their very insensibility to afl'ection ;
but there is a vast difference between
loving cats and liking cat.
The Make-up of the Committees.
The Ways and Meant Committee is
decidedly bard money, and, at the
same time, on the question of tariff is
in favor of tariff for revenue. The
Banking and Currency Committee is
also Btrongly against inflation, and is
probably in favor of bard money. The
Paolflo Railroad Committee could not
have been selected so as to be stronger
in favor of the Texas Pacific and
many Democrats declare with empha
sis tnat it must have been understood
that it should be thus constituted. This
curious feature is occasioning much
remark, in view of the vote of the
House on Holman's anti-subsidy reso
lutions. The selection of Proctor Knott as
head of the Judiciary Committee is
criticised severely, and many Demo
crats say it brings tue wuoie business
of the Speaker's naming committees
into ridicule. If Mark Twain, or Ar
teinus Ward or Petroleum V. Kasby
had been announced instead, there
would have been no more evidence of
the unfitness of the selection. Mr.
Knott's friends declare that he is a
very able lawyer, but the fact remains
that ho will never take the floor, even
on the gravest bad most Important
legal questions, that tne House will
not break out in a general snicker, ex
pecting, of course, a line of remark
and joke worthy of a comic almanac.
It does not make the matter better to
reflect that bayler, of Ohio, and sev-
erul very prominent Eastern lawyers
were considered and dropped in sue
cession for Knott, because it was deem
ed policy to give this committee to the
Houth, iu view of the reconstruction
measure. It had suffered heretofore
at the hands of this committee, ftorth
em Democrats are sore also over the
fact that the (Speaker has seen fit to
give tne Moutu more chairmen, and
omitting the Ways and Means and
Appropiiations, more important Com
mlttees than the North, the Houth
having twenty-four Chairmen and the
JNortn twenty-two, and or important
uommitteea tne Houtu nas taken thir
teen, and the North twelve. Alex-
ander H. Stephens was assigned a
Chairmanship, although he has not
yet been sworn iu as a member of the
House. Washington Bpecial to Cin
The Old Catholics are very much troub
led by the question of the celibacy of the
' clergy. Their Synods have so far. on
gTounus oi expeuiency, ce-trrea an api
plications of priest for liberty oI"
The priest Duscziouki, who married and
declared himself aa Old Catholic, has heim
recognized by the Prussian Government,
but not by Bishop Keinkene. The Old
Catholio priests of Baden are also applying
v iu uovernmeut ior uuercy to marry,
la Switzerland tba "Christian Catholic"
hynod of Ba.ne hat abolished priestly cele
ibaey. This action mist, however, be rat
ified by the National Synod. Some of the
Old Cathjlic priests of Switzerland are al
ready married. Un ttiu question the Old
Catholio leaden are at variance with the
laity, who wish to see the obligation of col
THE MARRIAGE FEAST.
ejrnal nnd Hariranfi at Frayrr,
Ths woraliiuora at th .vfininir anrvirfis.
which were fur men only, Jouniberod ten
reaiuionts of 1,000 men ench. Much inno
cent distraction was notice&blo, most eyes
being riveted to a point a few feet left of
Mr. Moody, where, in turn. sat. stood and
bowed th head, the l'retident of the Uni-
W'i btate ana tne Uovernor of Pennsyl
vania. The keen, coal-black cvo of the
latter iu hardly for a moment diverted
from the evangelist of orators except to fix
upon the handsome form of the evangelist
ot long. Mr. Sankoy'a part of the pro
gramme had evidently tne grcaUr charm
tor tne rresiuent, Mr. Moody t tbe greater
interest fur the Uovernor. liters wi-ra alio
on the platform Postmaster General Jewell,
lion, ueorge .Bancroft, Judge Strong, ol
the Supreme Court: ei-Uovernor liiirlor.
ex-Governor Parker, of .Now Jersey; Col.
Fred Grant and lady, ex-Hnoaker Blaine,
Gen. Garfield, Major Gen. Patterson, Sen
ator Wallace and lady, lion. Mrm
Weill, of Mississippi. Thompson, of Mas
sachusetts, and Purham, of rlorida; lion.
1 nomas A. bcott, ex-ben ator Cattcll, ot
Mew Jorsoy: Bishop Simpson, Judge
l'elrco, roo. It. Muart, Alexander Urown,
Hon. Morton Mc.Michael, Kdwurd C.
Kniirht, W. V. McKeun. nmiiinrinir editor
of the I'uhlio Ledger, and other eminent
The Both hymn, "Jesus. Lover of my
soul," whs sung by the congregation ; thun
liishop Simpson uttered prayer, beseeching
blessings upon God's servant, Mr. Moody,
upon the ('resident of the United Stale,
upon his Cabinet and other high officers of
government, many of whom were present.
Mr. Sankey sang the "Ninety and Nino''
so well that many woll-nigh forgot the sa-
crednoss of the exercises and wvro about to
give hiiu a rousing clapping. Mr. Mgody
read from Kt. Luke the same versos as at
the 4 o'clo.-k meeting, and then, that the
distinguished worshipers might be fully
beneutod by tuo occasion, requested Mr.
San key to sing tbe 8th hymn, "Jesus of
Nazareth passeth by," which he did as
though fully aware of who were his critics.
Mr. Moody prayed that every hard heart
might be softened during the delivery of
the Gospel about to take place. Tho con
gregation, led by Mr Sankey, Bang tho
seventy-ninth hymn, "What shall the har
vest bo?" Mr. Moody' sermons comprised
answers to excuses proffered bv sinners un
dnsirous of attending the jiridogronm's
feast Tho Hi bio doesn't say (tod gave His
Son to tho elect, but to tho world. 'Mr.
Moody, 1 m not prepared to put on a long
fare and become a Christian.1 Who says
it'll mako a man gloomy ? It's a black lie
from hell, and I'wunt to drive it back
whero it came from. There's a man dying
for want of bread, and another for water.
1 bring them broad and water. Does that
make them gloomy ? Does it, I ask you '.'
Urioa of "$ta, no," from vm lulls quarters.
Ihere, see! lou couldn t nolo) your peace.
Christ is food to tho buugry and drink to
tuo thirsty. Here
Dkcemiikr l'J, 1875. 10 tho King ol
Heaven -. While sitting in tho depot build
ing, this evening, I received an invitation
to be present at the marriage least of your
Only Begotten Son.
"Will anybody put I can t go' to that.
and sign it? No, you dare not." Mr.
Moody then put it in the form of an accept
tance. "Will anybody sign it now? (One
voice: 'I will'.) Thank God." The 64th
hymn, "Just as I am, without ono plea,"
was then sung, and Mr. Moody stated that
the services were ended, but there would
be a prayer-meeting immotliately, and all
not dosiring to remain should depart. One
third of tho audionco moved for the exits,
President Grant. Governor Uartranft and
others going out by the back door.
Every Man His Own Tinker.
The American Agriclturalist savs : It is
something very convenient to bo able to
mend your pans and pails; it is all the bet
tor if one can do it easily and without any
soldering iron. I'll toll you what a travel
ing tinker told mo. Wo have proved by
experiment that he told tho truth, and we
find it a groat convenience to follow his in
structions. You use a soldering fluid and
this is how you make it Buy from a drug
gist an ounce or othor convenient quantity
of muriatio acid. Handle it carefully, for
it is powertul stun, and eats ' everything
with which it comes in contact, lurn it
into an old teacup or bowl, and put into it
a few small strips or parings of zinc, such
as you can got from a tinner. No matter
how much you put in, as the acid will only
take up a certain amount and the rest will
remain in the bottom. Don't turn it back
into the bottle until it has ceased to effer
vesce. Then put the liquid into the bottle,
and provide a small stick of wood to apply
it with. After tbe acid has dissolved the
zinc it is much less corrosive. The muria
tic acid will probably cost but a few cents,
the zino probably will cost nothing and a
bit ot solt solder only a trine.
So now you are set with tinkering mate
rial to last a lone time and this is the way
to use it Suppose that the article to be
mended is a tin with a hole in the bottom.
Turn it bottom upward and scrape around
the edge of the hole until the tin is as bright
as you can make it Then wet it with the
soldering fluid, lay a little lump of solder
over the hole (not too large), and hold it
over tho blaze of a lighted candle, which
burns on tne inner side or the pan. llie
solder will be molted down flat and fixed
fast to the pan and the job is dono. Tho
tinker said beadded aliitle sal ammonia to
his soldering fluid so as to mend iron, cop
per and steel, but it not needed for tin ware,
liaineuiber that muriatic acid is very cor
rosive, and great caution must be used not
to get it upon the clothing or other mate
rial mat may( be injured.
Laura Ream writes thus from Washing
ton to the Indianapolis Journal :
In contrast with Mr. Conkling, it is a
pleasure to look upon such an impersona
tion of health and mental vigor as Secre
tary Bristow. Ho is really a spendid speci
men of a man. Tall, erect and magnificen
tly proportioned, with a head set on his
shoulders like Jupiter's, and a countenance
as open and irank as tho day. His man
ners and conversation are genial and char
ming. Like the Vice President, his hair
and complexion are light and no is yet a
young man. Unlike the Vice President,
he is married, and his wile is exceedingly
attractive. She has a till, willowy figure,
as graceful as Mrs. Sprague's, and her
sweet lw brow, hair and eyes, are quite
as lovely. She hat the sweetest voice, and
it bat a cadence peculiar to the South.
Withal, there is not a particle of tbe socie
ty woman about ber, and I am told her
home is perfectly delightful."
PreslUeut Kuiitb, of Dartmouth Col
lege, writes to tbe Boston l'(t to say
that though there are apparent discrep
ancies lu the accounts of the late
treasurer, which extend over a period
of forty years, there la no proof that he
pppropriated single penny of the
college property to Lis own use. Tbe
examination of tbe college books Is
not yet completed, and our hope and
trust is warranted by many and
weighty considerations that even If
mistakes shall be ascertained, it will
appear beyond a doubt that there has
been no embezzlement of funds."
Hliould it prove otherwise there would
still be noloas to the college, but " the
tongue that death has tilled does at
least plead silently " for a suspension
How The Widow Taught Him.
A gentleman of an autobiographical turn,
relates how hs wat instructed in the custom
of taking toll, by a sprightly widow, during
a moonliht sleigh ride with a merry parly,
lie says :
The lovely widow L, sat in the tame
tleigb, under the sine builaio robe with
"Oh I oh I don't! don't I" she exclaimed,
as we came to the first bridge, at the same
timo retching me by the arms and turning
her veiled face toward me, while her little
eyes twinkled through the moonlight.
"Don't what?" I asked. "I'm notdoing
"Well, but I thought you were going to
take toll," replied the widow.
"Toll!" I rejoined. "Wlmfs that?"
" Woll, I declare I" cried tho widow, her
cleat laugh ringing out above the music of
the bells, "you protend you don't know
what toll is I"
"lndoed I don't, then," I said, laughing:
"explain, if you please."
'"lou never heard, then," said the
widow, most provokingly, "you never
heard that when we are on a sleigh-ride
the gentlemen always that is, sometimes
when thny cross a bridge call a kiss, and
claim it toll. But 1 never pay it"
1 said that I never heard of it before; but
when we came to the next bridgo I claimed
tho toll, and the widow's struggles to hold
tho veil over her face were not enough to
tear it. At last the veil was removod, her
round, rosy face wan turned directly to
ward mine, and in the clear light of a 'fros
ty moon tho toll was taken for the first timo
in my experience. Soon we came to a long
bridgo with several arches; the widow said
it was mo use to resist a man who would
have his own way, so she paid tho toll
without a murmur.
"But you won't take toll for evory arch,
will you ?" she said, so archly, that I could
not fail to exact all my duos; and that was
the beginning of my courtship. Provi
Alaska, for which the United States
paid $7,000,000 in gold, is proving a
veritable elephant. There are not
more than forty white persons in the
whole region, and the twenty-five
thousand natives are being rapidly de
moralized nnd impoverished, it is said,
by unlimited quantities of whisky,
which is smuggled to them by unli
censed traders iu t'.ellnnce of all laws
and regulations. The troops stutioned
there are Bald to bo powerless to sup
press this illicit traflic, and efforts are
being made to enforce the civil law.
Two bills ure now before the Seunte
looking to this end. One provides for
constituting Alaska a county of Wash
ington Territory, and another empow
ers the Secretary of the Treasury to ex
ercise a more rigorous supervision
over revenue affairs. It Is well euouga
to give Secretary Hristow all i tie au
thority he needs to hold the smugglers
in check, but there seems no necessity
for erecting the machinery of civil
government in a barren waste, prac
tically uninhabited except by savages.
For the present the native Alaskans
can very well he left to govern them
selves iu their own way. When civil
ized people settle there, if they ever do,
it will be time euough to go to the ex
pense of maintaining Territorial offi
cers. Meanwhile, a law passed in ISliK
extends the jurisdiction of the courts
of Oregon and Washington Territory
over this arctic province, and if auy
of the straggling traders, trappers or
smugglers up there hanker after litiga
tion they can be accommodated by
coming down to those courts. Phila
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It ftildn to the form of the Hrliooidal Scrnw, a
concave propelling eurtare formed by a union of
wy out ward nnd rearward ourvM, which not only
FoitUtungental motion, or hut drawt the
water in from the circumference belt, caming a
Compacted Discharge Directly Aft.
A rocent trial-te't wm made on the Yacht
'Lnokottt" at New York. A ' True Screw" and
"Eflfrle Winn," each 4-hladrd, of feet diame
ter, with IS inched width of blade, and 8 teet pitch
were run, reenectively, under a team pressure of
HO lbs., giving the following rerult:
Revolution per minute, ?10;
Total rr volution , 12.10:
Distance per hour, U 1-1( milei or 84, $10 feet.
Hevolutioni per minute, 108 ;
Total revolution, ln.i'H'i;
DUia-ce per hour, Hi 3-10 miles or 84)2 foot.
The pobitivr iliu of tho "True Screw" wan
18-10 ppr cent, and the kkuatwk flip of tbe
"Ketrle Wing" wa 4-l per cent. Difference on
the biuMd of xlip 2J 2 10 per cent. The iHipei'tive
BKjrregitte!' of horsepower, or"' ex ponded, were,
a 21t; . ItiH full i!u per cent, more for the "True
Sorew." whilst tho "Lajjle Winn" gave 1 ti-10 per
cent. PUperior ppeed f veiwol. The arirre(r:ite
footi up -I ti-in per cent-superior efficiency tor the
Owners of Vessels
Using tbip IVnpeller, can, a they choose, main
tain their present rpoud with
0 to 25 Per Cent. Less Fuel;
Or. with the fim funl. attain the abivo percent
" of hitcher speed.
ITS USE APPLIES TO
Lisjht Draught River Steamers
A well as to
Lake and Ocean Vessels.
The cninMned interest, under Domestic and
Foreign l'ateuu, U controlled by the
'Patterson Propeller Co'
N. A. PATTERSON, President.
THOS. I. RAMSEY, Seo. & Treas.
Inquiries addremed to the Company Office will
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Commissioner of Deeds,
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ar lndorfd by the mont pminent iihyitrUni in
the world for the cure of rhttuumttpm, neur&lfri,
liver omuHftint. dyni-f imm. kiilnry dineape, pht
taiD. nervnuR dmordnr", tits, lumle romrlaitft4,
uervoui and ire n era 1 dohilliy, aid other chronio
aioJc of the client, bend, liver, ftomacb. Kid
ney and blood, Book with full particulars free
hy Voi.ta Uklt Co. Cinrinnati, .
A77PKR WKKK aruaranleed to AiranUi. Male
and Krmni, In thir own locality. TermJ
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I How iihr sea ma fawinate and rain
the iovo and atleotinn ol any ierion they choose,
instantly. I hU art a'I ran iomp. free, by mail,
for i'Prntu; tnthir with a Marraifre (Juide.
Kirypiinn Oracle, ureanin. llintu to Ladioo. etc.
MM.UKsni. A queer book. AddreM T. WIL
LI AM A Co,, PuMiMher. t'hiladelfhia.
4J I'M. thai tr ttif nt rhitni nf th urn. Ad
J drenn. with inmn. NatU nal Cottvinsr Co.. At-
LYi: and KAIt lMITITE,
tttl .. hNrle Nlrei,llnIllmore,Md.
(JKOUUK BEI'UNrt, M. O . late Prof of Eye
and hr SurKory in the ahinjrt'n I ni-cr-uy.
Surgeon In charge
The Inrrn hiiiuWottie renidenre of the late
Chaki.kh Carrii.i, hnji been fitted up with all the
imprnteinvntn uilnrttrd in the h'tet SrHont.a or
Kt RopR, for the niiocial trettuietit "t this claw of
dietMCM. Ai-plv hv lottor to
nrirnon in f'hnrtfp.
42 v n Ct 4 f l'ru . Huinea0 honorable
9v LU mIUhdiI lucrative. Afrents
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A i t: It I IM K H H I. V. I I K.
A J jurrif) of Itiforiuation for AJvertijrri
Kditioa, 1.( 0 cof !.-, I'ubliohed wok y. Terms,
tJ per anuuin, in advance. Kivr p pet i men copies
(difTt'rent dote.) to one nddrew for Vo ciit. Office,
No. 41 Park Row, Now York.
OVO V lt'"'VT,T, V PO , V.lilnr,. nnd I'ubliprs
BURIl & TERRY,
orrEB roa bale
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
IMC INS I D Ci:iLlG,
Weatherboard in g,
HATCHET HANDLES. bPOKES.
Thoroughly Seasoned Plank,
Yellow Poplar. Pin. and A.b,
OF ALL 8IZE8.
JOB WORK DOTE TO ORDER,
Wood Turning ol All UIu4h,
FACTOar out) Block East ot K. K. Depot
CHAS. W. DePUE & CO.
STOVES & TINWARE.
FASHION COOK STOVE,
IJNUJl Al.KU IN
Economy, Comfuri. atiiK,a.iid Du
48,000 now in use! 1,800 in use in
East Tennessee !
Ami not one ha. proved a failure!
Also a largo varii-ty of Cooking 8toTes, the
Monitor, Evlipw, 8aum Claua, O. K.,
I'liirnix, ('alit'oi'tiia aii'l Date.
EVERY 0S8 IN WAN! OF A 000D
COOKING or HEATING STOVE
Will find it to their intercut to mil and examine
ouretook. CHAS yf. D.Pl'E A 0(
HMMiay t'l . Kmi lUtK. Te.' if
MILTON T. ADKINS,
WARTBURG , TENN.
GivM iioial a'tnti'n txtbaaiarniuaUro, er
fectiug and abcLruetiutf ol Lui iiUo iu Mrga
And JjuiuiaJc ouunliw.
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