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fmmmmmmmimmMmiiitim 91 'H$: ,i l"-.' "i TJL1J! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING,. MAY 27, 1882 DOUBLE SHEET. ' ymmmmm . ' T S BROADWAY BREEZES. WHAT CAM DE SEEN IM HEW YORK. A lTnlk Arotiml tlic Great ?Irlropoll T.silleV llrciuj-Trinity Mnircti.Yaril (Iranintercy Tsrk mill Some of the ItesMnits About Central Park. Special Correspondence or Titr m-rr'nitCAV. Sin Yoiik Ma) 27. II Is very delightful walk Ins down Iiroidivny these bright mornings. Shop ping has Ijtcn taken up with renewed energy, nnd r iiiscqucntly both the stores nml ttio sldiwnlks n- troweled with tlic fair daughters of fashion In pursuit of something to wenr Yet to Judge from V n line clothes already possessed by thorn 0110 Mould fancy tlicy were cry far removed from II o condition of Miss Flora McTllmsej-, Tho mor- r'lants, though, nreglml Iosco tlicmnml nho to cxhllilt their goods, for they know Hint oven If Hie I crn to whom Uio goods ore show n docs not pur' cbnc sho will very likely tell her dear flvo him drcil friends nbout tho wonderful bnignlni fit , nudllio labor will not bo lost. Some of tho now Mills nroviry lovely, nnd one Is tempted townlk in nnd cxnmiuo them, especially ns the looking reels nollilng. l'oncco Is oiillo popular this spring. J saw a dies of that mntcrlal this morning made with a plain underskirt wllli a deep ruillc tho top of tho rudle was faced wllli brown silk and Uld on tn deep plaits. The ovcrsltlrl Is made tn rocmblo n doiiblo npron.aiid Is trimmed wllli tlio luce embroidery which comes iioh to milch tho 1ti. 'ihe bnsqtto Is quite plain, and finished Willi a collar lined ullli brow u silk. AX0T1II It IIANIKOMC PRIMS Is made of dovo-colorcd rip. or rather a line cloth cTimnnseil of silk nnd Muni. Ihe underskirt Is t-luimed wllli threo plaited tlnimrcs of tnilti of tho same shnde, above inch tlounco n rullle of jflce embroider) i no upper skin is nrrntiu'it lu Tntiiilcr sijle nnd finished at the back wllli n lirgo ultlu low Tho bvquo Is plain, and tho sleeves nlso 1 ho price of this drese Is SIOJ. It It no wonder that the Now York women ore ocv tr ngant In drc, for they hav e lenrncJ Hie secret nfslimilngltoll to perfection, and the temptation lo become the possc-sor of each now MjloM v.rry ureal. 1 turned away from the busy throng on Jirondway jcslerdny nnd wandered for nti hour remm g tiik TOMrwTovra is tiiimtv cnrr.ciir.int. Tome there Is omcthliigcry Interesting nnd nlso a cry noudirful in the collection of graves lit Hint spot, fcepuratcd only by an Iron-rulllng, vvesoo in one side Hie rushing, tolling, mger multitude, Intent upon dollars, cent), pleasure, fame, trade, nnd all the luuiitiu ruble Inlcrots that go to mnku up Wo In u grcit city, nml upon thoolhiritclus. ti.riif tiiiripftune", e.ieh marking (ho spot where cmio poor mortil I ns found humIiu' place, nnd to ililuk that these ris'lng-phiccs should u main un-ili-turbod torso mini) years In tho vcr iciilor, ns It wcrcofthumiirl.it lime. I uotluil tome very old ntouif. ionic iisenrfy ns 17.11, and when It Is re niciubiriu that ihe ground nt that spot istqttal In value Inn small gold mine. It Is nil the more re lunrknhlo that lhey should have been allowed lo nuialn there for so mnn stars. Some of the it mesorcso worn lie time nnd exposure It Is Im possible to rcud the lnstrlptlou upuu them. MiAMMinnr pinit, the fqunre noted for l'rcslilcntlnl eindldalcs, Is looking cry pritty now, Tho grin clod walks nre Imrdered with tulips, and the tounlnlii In the renter Is surrounded wlthnlnrgo bet of thrill. The llowers nre In their glory nt present nnd make the ciiot brilliant with shades or ncnrlit, trlmiou, Tiluk, mid ellou. Sir. 'llldcn'j house, or ralhir Tilden's Castle, Is niUnr.cIng toward completion. 3t Is n lino house, nnd several hundred thousand dollars will bo required to cover the expense of ilia Improvements, 'the stuuc work upon the front ol It lint bien nrtlstlcallj carved, nnd the lieads offcvernl distinguished poets nrugrnupul In the spate between the two entrances. Among Hum tiro Dante, Shakspcnre, Milton, rruukllii, nml lioethe. It seems odd that so ninny noted rien should have selected this locality fur a resi dence. General McCIcllan, l'elcr Coopir, Cyruv . Held, President Arthur, nml several majors li ne nt one time, or are ut present, residing there. 31 r Held occupies two houses, aud with his ilmr mterlstlc large.hearteducis opens his houso In v, inter to ills married children with tlalr families. 2n summer they reside nt their several cotintrr liomcs, but In winter they nil gather under tho jutcmui ruoi. M.W YOnK IS A M'IMCDtD I-LAIU for rich neonle to live lit. Kverrthln thntliii osvlblo to attain, to plane thotjo, to gratify ihu xntc, and to furnish amusement Is at thclrcoin- miinu, uut lor tne v cry poor, it Is nam, hard Indeed, '1 lie poorer classes living in cities where space Is cl no uccount can form no Idenof the prlvnllous ofthesnmcilass In this city, lfonownutto form cnuiuiuiuiiucnoi me way nicy iivo ill tnem inifo the Second n enue l.levatid liallrond irom Tw on tilth street to tbo terry, lhey will puss whole Mucks or houses tlv o and ulTftorlei high and n fain, ilj on eviry tloor.nud In lcuiny lnstumc, a fauilly In every room. 1 rom the tarn they can look into tlio rooms mid note tho uurrotindltigH nud the Mirl ousivvocntlimsof thcoccupnuK, In one amber nblu him II) may be zathend about the tablo pur tiklngof a scnuty meal, liinuother tho husband nnd futlur may be plvlng his trade In ono pi ice, nml the mother engaged In another part ot It com pleting the family vviishliig. Ihu little nltimpu nt Hdornuieiit In some of thorn uru t nil touching, A pleturo hung upon tho wall, a feeblo plant ill the window, a eaudv nso unon a shelf, nml nemo. times n bird In u cage; each speak of a longln.' for i mi aiii-nipi io uiaiku me nouie n nine nriguter. How would tho poor, cot ontD FAMiurs tit Wnslilnctou enjoy drjltig their clothes from the jourin or nun siory vviiiuovvst It is tne muni, ana Indeed the only, wny In which Ihe families living In tcncmcnt-humcA hero liuvo ot drjlng tin lr clothes. A hlith polo Is erected, nnd a Hue with pulleys Is nrrnnged for each window, nnd tho whole washing, be it largo or small, Is dried upon tlio single line, 'ihcro Is no privacy to the front rooms of the houses on the lino of tho tcv oral cle vitul roads, nnd tome strungo and laughable tUlitinrc frcqiieully seen I do not wonder Unit jieoplo proteind ngulnst them, but tho minority vviu obliged to give wny to tho majority, nnd, ns time Is money Inn gieat metropolis, nuiuy nre luntcrioll) bcnitllcd by them. TimNV HAS bOMK very beautiful new designs In diamonds, which mruass nn thing that bus e cr yet been exhibited by him. Among them I noticed n pendant In the lormof nit owl's head, composed entirely of dla sitnids, mid the cjes formed of tho lure etouo cnllid cats' eves; aho, a beautiful ornninent for the hair In tlio rhupo of n head of wheat tho grains made of diamonds, nnd tho beard nud liavts and straw of frosted gold, dalslis formed ol small diamonds and lu tlio center one very large 'dhmoiids; somocry bcautllul cliatclnliio watches of great value, one of Hum having the clasp formed of stono cimeo, surrounded with email diamond!, nnd the back of the watch nnd limn finished lu tho snmc stl le ; another ono hav ing the hoolc, key, chain, nnd back of watch nsolld Tnuns of small gems; npalror nlualllocarrlJlgs, the tops ol them formed of large illanioucRuiui tho Tienduntnf one n largo whlto pearl, and oi the other n black pearl, making a combination tie cldidly unique. Amoiy tho useful articles I noticed u lOMdv after-dinner cofleo ser. thn whnlu nrrnnged In a handsome enso and consisting of uuu uui'ii uiij cups uuu suiicers or cmua, ueco Tulid with raised glltlcaves nnd a dellcnto llovvcr, one doen gold collie-spoons, u sliver cotleo-pit, cri'iim-Jug. sugar-bo vvI,iindbugar-tongsr the whole coiling Stji. CrMItll. PARK, AUVA13 ATTnACTlVr, )s more so nt thlssea'on, when tho trees, grum, and phrubbery aro robed lu their spring atilrc. Tho reason heio is a little later than It Is lu Washing ton, for the fors)thlns, Japoulcns, spinas, llincs, nnd almonds nre Just coming to perfection, a ml come of tho fonst trees nro still quite bare, vvhllo v lih joit they must be pretty ncni dono blooming, rrom 3 to D o'clock ihcse bright allernoons Ihu park Ncrygny with the slIMi tnrnouui. l'rob iibly thoro are moro line equipages to be seen than in mi) oilier phico In tho country, not excepting evvporI, fur many of them are among the most "tisplcuouson the avenue nt Newport l.iterlu the Knton. liog-cnrls, village nirls, drags, tnlly In.' toaihis, and barouches follow each other In ripld succession, Willi coachmen nnd footmen in livery, and tilled with Ihe wealth nnd fashion of tho city. Many of thoso possessing m ry fjst liorsis extend tho drive out heveuth mourn-In Harlem, nud Indulge In a race with uny cue found willing to Join them. Muih ot this sou oi racing It dono cu btiiiday nftcrnoou, and the tipper end or Seventh avenue is lined with men nu either tldo Intent ou watching thisnuvalcur J.v.lng. Tllir.l. H.P.MS TO UK A ORANtl rTODl'l to Kurppo this spring. The fccr la willid on Wed nisdiiy with four hundred mid fitly pussiiigers, nud nil the stunners going out tire heavily laden. tWuil n vvnndirful thing this ocean tinvel mid iMmohnsbiLomg' nnd what enormous revenues n e gathered trom tbo shipping InleresU of New 'urk harbor alone. Apart from tho novelty und biuuty of the whlto-wingcd mctsingers which nro cniisiautly pissing lo mid fro lu the harbor or .ilmly risllng at anchor, there is n pciullnr ii tirett attached to tin so mighty steamers ami their living burdens. Thrilling stories might he w illteu of the happy hearts starting out In them lu Tmrsuitofwinlih, health, mid happlniss maiiyof tin m, nlns, never lo find It or even to return ft'aln ol Iholowlycmlgrautvwi) nil Inthofuther laud gathering his family and little pos'owlons about liliu and faclu 'danger, iioverl), and prlvu tlonslu his eagerness lo Hud the promised llldo rdo on tho other side, oftuo hruvo otllcers aud milord who man tho ships, who work while others sleep, who know no foir; 'vhosa ceaseless vlgllanco makes tho patsajo pes kible And again, what might be w illteu of the priceless triiuures stored uw ay In Ihelr capacious lepihs ot the gold and the silver, of luies and velvet, oftnshnieresnnd rich shawls from Persia, of fragrant spites from the lilesof thosea, ol In. clous trulls from tbo tropics, of books, and Jewels, nnd works of nrt of everything, In filet, that the lasi-i and Ingenuity of niun luu devise and bring to jerftclion! J. V, U. Splendid Aminiril. Happy Is the man who has asparagus beds Oils j ear I The plants nro splendid How to eat them: If 6u nro a gourmet of slmplo taste, cold, wllli nil rontcuello alvvajs ulo them after this fashion. 31ut his friend, the Abbe Tcrrasson, preferred them hot, with melted butler. Ouo dav Uio Abbe railed on Ills frkiid.uud wanted nu Improvised dinner, l'oatcnallo, with a noble disregard of soir, oiderul Jiulf Hie dish of nspuragus, which ho Imdcuiled or prlvala deli-aatfon fiom Ills kitchen garden, to Losurvcdwltli butlerforhlslrlend llutjutt bemra illuiiertlie Abbohudaslrokaorapnplex),aiidfill dead, yonteuelle, nftcr making ileum arrange ments for tho Interment, shouted to hit rook, 'Nona of jour button serve tho whole with oil," Xitfou WvtlJ. s A t'olDu IVIIIi Ilorkt-r u II. Yoti know that coltin fnruh Jlemhardt used to I'C'pInT Well.sho lias had rocUets put ou It, A TALE OF LOVE And Tito Tfntliirr Tichrts-A Vailing nnt Trnilrr llrmi. " l have tccn waiting for you, Ittipcrt." Dcsdemona McCnfferywns u witching straw, berry blonde, with dreamy brown cei nnd a large, volnptuoiH foot that attracted attention wherever the went, Careless nnd trifling lu most things, ami llillo recking whether sho had pto or radishes for bnakratt, her tovn for rtupott Hethcr Itiglon was the one absorbing passion of her life. A lieu lie was by her sldo life was llko ft beautiful day In June, with tho llowers blooming, tho bright Minshliio gladdening tt cry nook, and Ilia bailor brealhtif early summer making nvvcet perfiimoof mo rcpnyni that enmn softly from tho niuro-bluo skies, nml kissed the warm bosom of tho verdure clad larth. " lam netcr unhnppy when jou nro with me, darling," she anld, nestling her head on llupett's shoulder; "but when you are away ovot) thing Is dreary, nnd dismal, nud forlorn. Did It never i cur to j ou of w hat antagonistic emotions the II. o of woman Is mado up?" " It net i r did," replied llnpert. " I wns too busy last week tr lug lohguro out whether Ulcnmore would win nraee," Tor an Instant there wns silence. Tho lowing of tho cattle In tho distant meadow and the twitter ing of the svvalloirsns lhey circled round the eaves of ihe houso pripnrntory tn turning lu lor tho night were thooniy sounds to bo heard, l'nsently licudcmnuti spoke ii;alu, " limit Is so.ltuperl," slio said, "llamo nm lie, polsoif nml periumo, smltm nnd tears, roses nnd it) n, I assloii mid nbiiegallou thesa nre w lint Die gods tnst Into tbu enldruii Irom whu.It uuno woman," " Hut jotirsojc Is fickle, lilt not7" raid Iturcrt. "ton know the old sajlug: ' Uoiuun.thy nanio Is llahcrty.'" Iiilimoua looked nthlm sleadlly n moment, " I lTestimo you rclcr," she said, In cold, better, ciuiii'-ln-betoro-your-cars-iire-fruscn tunes, "to the Hue vvhlih rends: 'trallty, thy lfiiuo Is woman.' " . 'I guess likely," was tho reply, "but I really cannot sco why women should buifi-jtiuip nrounu so much." , . , , "It Is becattjo you do not understand their nature. A woman luves some man With Annul, uniensonlnglove. Hie is only nglil a fr.ill.ins sinuate, mnoilv girl, whoso hcnit Is n lulu lor iiry wind Iniilny upon, who Is swajed by love and lionor like any iced; who Is torn to pieces with tho Jury of her own stilvlngs; who folIov love fn-CTi r nnd fori ver through tho world, only In sio It lliikir, mid bickon, nud ullurv, nnd lade nuny like the wlll-o'-lhe-vvlsp; who sees hoiu grow pilcr with every lovely duy that dlis on the hnrluirs rnrile rim; who lu tl.eslccplo-s mid nights looks riniilirintlmi in Ihu face with dry ijcs, vvhii walks hiind-ln-liiind wllli a sorruwr (hat might so uu'ly wear the stars ol Joy" unit wllhnconviil'Iiesoli breaking li&in her lips Uio girl tumid lu enter ttio house. UnriLit sinimril Iiit. " Von aroolfour feed, my darlltu," he sild.lu the low, niulinl tonis he Micvi ho win now lo u-o vviieu a vvoiniuiAiuvc un tn ho won nr tho unixritttd advent of three nces In n Juck-iKit nniiouniid. "You will bu inner in toe m i.svveiineari uio giuueii miieu full, when tho leavei nre turning brown una tlio Juke) UuligiK out thoso bcautllul luero-tluted piKtcrs ntinout clng Its trotting Mcisnt the It y Uty'lMck. , , " Do ion renlly think si, Huprrt?" Iho ghl nsk, pulling hernriiisuiuund Ids nick nnd looking nt film wniiiivvlsirul.liiivv-do.yini-thltik-you'd-leil-If-pipi-wns-to-hiave-ln-slght bxik. 'Whj.of course I dn, my nuget," he replies, lienillngovor luklsshir nine fur tho cigars, "And would jnu do iinvthlngln jour poncr to make me hupp)"" and r.giln mo j-iirnlug, mix lou, soiiiebiiil)-hold-lho-dig ixprelon comes Into the dusk) ills, Irom which the tears are well ing. "Mj love," ho tavs, sjcnklng rtowly and wllli nu ciirmstiicM that shows how grave the subject Is lo him, "you know that for your dear sake I would brave uny danger, make any satrlfltu that limn iau make. You know that jour happlniss Is mine, that tovvln u stnlle from jourmvicthico hill (t.uld furnish no torture 1 would not ondure; you know that lu n pi mil I would even" "Ihiough!" tnM iicsikinonu.a glad smile flut tcrliicoulier Uhlo-nvinuellps, "1 will lest jour love." "Do to," was Huperfs rop'y. "Let me proto my love, ns the Lrusudirs of old did, by aomu noble, manly action. 1 tint ready for tlio list, no mutter how terrible It may bo ;" nudlils pure j oung luce lighted up with n tnpturous, Judge lloluian smile. Desdcmona kissed him tenderly. " I knew you would not fall me, my own true love," she mur mured. "You luuv bring them to tho house this evening," "llrlng what?" asked Kupcrt "I do not under stand j ou." " Y'ou will catch on beforo tho summer Is over," came tho reply. In ilcnr, Inclsiictone-. "Inieau tw o tickets to the matinee Irom .unin Klns'ey," nud thu beautiful girl stepped Into tho house. U Ith n dull jialii nt his heart ltupcrt wended his waytoWlllnnrsbar. "Inmo'crjoungtomarry," ho Biildsofdy tohlinselr, "and too luxuriantly liy to begin buying math oj tickets In June." fiom -'POt at the Vint Hurdle," by J'uitt .ilariliat llaltltad and Tom txhttltcc. SOLDIERS USED AS SERVANTS. Itenami, llren hy tlic Comnmmliiul of I'm I Ilnnilltoii lilt' sillily lle,erllons. There Is dlrsatltfactlou nmong tbo soldiers In l'crt Hamilton, lhey feel aggrieved at tho uses thiynrcpiit to by their superiors. Ono of them, iv brawn)', clcor-cjcd, muscular fillow, whose hands showed that ho had inner used them for rough labor, lcnnid ngnlnst tho sea rail )otorday and cxprcocd himself: '"lhcro Isnoexeusoforltatall.sir? Vo enlist ns soldiers, nnd nro supposed to guard the harbor. In-teitil, wo aro trcnted Ilka lackeys nnd cmptojcil at the beck of the otllccrs lo run errands lor ser vant girls, rlcnu out cellars, cart wood, dig In gardens, nnd, In fait, do nil torts of illrly liurk, not for Uncle mm, mind you, I ut back at tho prl ralo residences or tho officers lu tho villages. Vo nro nsscmblcd every morning, oxcept Sunday, at T.tll) c'cloik bvn futlelle call from tho Irumncusr. and told oirto tho number of say sixteen to Monty men to this dirty work for the oillcctV servants." "Who does this?" "Tho prov ost sergeant docs It at tho liistanco of tho oilleors. They send an orderly to hint null say send mu I women to curt lomo wood or a mini to dig upiny yard, ortotiKtlilngortlmt sort. Weuro obliged to do work that Is foreign to our duty us United States soldiers. A couplo of days agii I went lo town to bilng back one shad lo tho family of a lieutenant. How docs that strlko you' A United Btatis soldier paid by tho government fur itirrjlng li shul. Now, the Hook of ltiguhi liens of 1831, containing artlilisof war, Itevlsid i-tatutcs, ike, which Is the acknowledged nnd only standnni, injs In section ltlSof tholievlsed blnttiti's: 'Noollliershnllusj uu enlisted mini ns nsinnnt In nnyenso whatever.' llesldei, para graph 910 of tho regulations of ISM mid lMl ad monlslics commanding olllccrs that Illness lor military scrvliu by Instruction mid dhilplliiu is Ihuonl) object for which a toldlcr shall be set at work, except In cxtraordlnaiy dues', which shall bo speedily reported to tho War Dcpai Uncut." Tho rei orlir went nmong the olllcers' resi dences. They were bcnutliully kept. .Several of tho officers wero seen. Thny wero unlforinly courteous, and even cordial. They all said In el feet that tho work had to be dom , nud their sala ries would not ndmlt of keeping men servants. Heuco they followed what hud foiig been it cus tom there, nnd used the soldiers. Colonel John Hamilton, who Is lu command, said It waslhucusloni of tho surtlco to detail the nun to work about the tort, us the tmallncts of thu military appropriations required Hint Iho gioalcst economy should bu pniilicid, Tho men hud jory I'nsy limes. Mauynl ibim entered tho Army exploring to hnvo nothing to dowhatever. Tho disertloiui, ot which there liuv o been twenty two sluio May V, the hist pay day, wero due to various onusis. una was bicaiiseiil thcrccilptof two months' pay In a lump. Auothir rinioiiwns ihatthumen got tlredof ono idaco and ono life, rrcqueully they deserted from ouo post lu tho spring, nnd tho nct fall turnod up in recruits at some distant post. II dlsiovercd they are pun ished. To guard ngilnst this kind or deserters It would bo well to brand every tnllsiul man with nu ineffaceable brond arrow of India Ink. It would Le no disgrace, Colonel Hamilton added, but rather ii miiiknl honor, and would illeclually pro cut n deserter from re-eullslliig, At tho fort eterdav fix soldiers were on euard duty, it dozen weru target thoollug, u few vviru working nrouml tho quarters nf thu olllccrs, nud many weru ilulrg liothlu.-. Thoie uro uboutimo of them Kltogcther .Vei l'orl iwn. X Nll!ci'I.iiniTlire.' Iliiuilreil Vi'iir.Olil. hllo engaged In Improving the ground around tho old Catholic church In Yileta somo lurllei dug out of Iho ground a largo silver lamp. In. vesllgation mm research pro veil that It hail been brought over to this country from Spain about lUby Cordovan, the well-known prospector nud settlor. Tho lump la if tho very finest silver nnd very heavy nud valuable 11 was sent tobauin l'e. N. M.whiru It was iliauid nud burnished nud returned lo the church, an objcit of curiosity as well as a vnlilnblo rLdlo and ninnim.tit. rrlit church was constructed in Iho )iar lusl, under tho nusplcisof the l'rauclscau friars, ftom the tl v'liso jimet. THE EXILE'S INTENT. If I could moil ill on tho eagle's strong plnlo is, I'd seek the green Island, my ouco happy homoi Thoukh tjriititsnow hold the brave race In subjec tion, Who orililit should be free as billows that roam. I envy Ihe fowl In her flight llirougli thn ether. Whose lompwis Ihe stars, and whoso rudder a feather Jiovvgiati should 1 tie coum wo visit logiltirr Tho Clem of Ihe Ocean, Dear Krln Maihree, Onseeiiesofmybojhood I muse with reflection, jiut reason on wiuspers, "your thoughts nre In aln," i:ach glnnco of the mind still revives my Intention, anil urges mo uoine in my country again. In sadness I think ofadovvii'trodden nation, I feel for tho thraldom of Irlead nud relation With hope, the sheet anchor that clings to salvation, I'll visit Hlberiila.Duir Kiln Macbrtie, Dear laud of my birth, where my spirit reposes. My fond heart Is Ihrobbhu to vengeance, I swear I sigh for her freedom hi pu slvoemollons, 'lo share In her battlis 1 long lo lie there! Whole legions of freemen w 111 reeross the oi can, Intensely undaunted, w lib ardent dev otlon, The vvatth lower signal shall put them In motion, To banish rude t) rants from J'llu Machrre. Longdld the gibbet, spear, ase, and conviction Allllil Ihco, dear Ilrlii.slnco llorohuo left bis throne: And Inter thou cans t not endure V lie coeriloo, jicniMin vviiiiu my people now suireranti moan. An army orLondsmeii will show metal power, Tlulr bullets ns hull, with nileuthHleulhiL- shovveri Ul the exiles prepare for that long necnliil hour, 1Q SHIinill&ll II1H Ifiu. nrilPHP lrllt Mil, l.ri.i. -J'. (iutJj,oi- Tin J.VjinWfron, BOWN IN ALABAMA. A GLANCE AROUND MONTGOMERY. Thi OM SfCfsslon Cuptlol Tha City niM lis Sir- rtnnitlngs Jtff Dsils and llemlntseencM -The rollllcil 8IUatloa-Tli, Coming Campaign. Ppecfal Correspondence of Tiir ItKi-unMCAW, MoNTiiouFHV, AI.A., May SO. A pleasant rldo from Atlanta, Ga,, of between six and seven hours' duration, over tho Western Railroad of Alabama, brought mo to this placo Into on Thursday oven Ing. Tho route carried mo through or nlong tho edge of n flno ngrleultural country, tho roll gradu ally changing Irom n red to n whitish sandy clay, and tho crops of oats (now bolngcul), wheat, corn, nnd cotton observed Indicated plentiful harvests In most localities. Xcwimn, Ga., West l'olut.ui on tho lino between that Blnle nud Alabama, and Opcllka aro nil flourUhlng low n, each contalnlug, I should Judge, between two nnd threo thousand Inhabitants. APiKit trASftNo w r.sT roivT Iho general nppeamuco of tho country changes perceptibly, falling from a gonily-rolllurj upland to n low nml comparatively level cxpnmo of prairie, broki n, however, hero ami lhcro by tho small tt tennis tribulnry to tho Alabama Itlvcr, which drains Ibis region. Ihoncxtday nncrmy a l rlv nl here 1 1 rocccdcd to tn'crvlcvv the brethren, whom I f.iiind earnest In tho causo of good gov ernment, nudnbouudlng lu filth nnd good works, Later on, under tho guidance of Pis muster lluck- ley. I was driven through Ihe principal street', nnd subsequently visited tho Htnto House, from whence n 111 c view ot Alabamu's capital and Its surroundings Is to bo obtained. iioMoonrr.v, wmen (ursT.o cousldcrablo notoriety something over twenty years ago becnuso of Its having been, solo speak, the birth-place of Iho so-c died confedernto slates govcrunieiil, lis United upon the east bank of tho Abibima Itlvcr, not far front tho held of imita tion, unit Ins ii tHipulatloii of about 18,000. 'iho biiiliic's portion of tho city occupies a broad, level, and rallur low plateau, extending west warillo Ihe river, which nt this point, alter run ning In mi easterly direction for somu distance, doubles b.ic'i iiihiu Itself, thus forming n long, slender loon, which IiilIoslsh tract of laiul nmin- sllonf cousldirnb e extent, rich lu roll mid bv.iu- ttriti lo look upon, but nnbio to iiYcrllow. l:u vcloplng ihe btisluess.ieuler, ns It were, unon the north, ea-t, and south Is n semicircular ridge, or, rather, a succession of hills, widen terminnmlu Ihu gently rolling country beynnd.nml utioutheso tho remainder ot tho city Is built. Tin: sTiii'CTs ai:f. i:kiui.aiii.v laid orr. nud, considering nil things, are kipt in excellent condition, 'lhey are moitl) uu paved, but Appear lo have a solid lounduiloti nnd n o riimparnlivily irio i nun uusi. .iiiuy oi iiiiin are mieiiiu, ciiicuy wlt!ii'onro gravel and somo shells Numirotis handsome private residences are to bo rein, mid In somu Im'.niiics gicat Inste tins bien dhp'iiyid, not only In nrehllecltirnl design, tut u'so lu so heating Ihein tl nt nil Ihu natural advantages of i tiialhni uru now fully utilized. There Is uu abundance of shade furnished by n variety of trees (uminuu to this seeiloii, what Is known ns the water oak seeming to predominate, and at this Btosoii thu foliage ts so thick nnd ptenlllul thiitagiodly portion of iho buildings mo almost hidden from eyeu u btrd's-oro Mew. Theionre good school and church facilities, but the build ings erected for business purioiui uro hardly worthy ifsj hnniUomo n city ns this. TUB CITY IlVtl, IMWIllli! nre located tho ppst.olllco, tho United Stales court riH.m, clerk's, marshal', nnd district ntioruty's officii of tho National (lo eminent. Is n plain, lough, rcd-brlck structure, possibly large nud convenient uuough fir the purposes to which It wns originally dedicated, but it Is far irom being nu ileiiiont of beauty lu the general make-up, mill ltllcily falls lo supply thcplaiuof a government building demanded by tho 1'tdcral business ut 111- place, nnd which should bo built speedily. Tho iiiiukit-homc Is Included In the plan cl the ell) -hall Tho Mate cipllol, which stands upon inu uigu giiiiiiui lu mu cnsiniini, looaiug uovvu upon the ii y, priscutsn flneapneuriinco from a dlsUnic, nlthiiugh It Is devoid ot nil oinnminta lion. Itlsbulltnf brlct, coveted outsldo with n whlto stucco, and surmounted by nu observatory. Hotel niuimtnodntlons nro limited. Tho llx change, whlc.i linsuceiitiat lomllon.nnd Is ion sldiRd the best, IsnotoJ ns liiniug hem tho ono irom WIIENCP. JEFP IltVIS niBCCTED tho tclocr.im orderlmr lleaureaunl to oncn ilro upon Fori Sumter 111 ISol. In n busluo s iiolnt of view .-iioiiigomery is now hi us worst, iiuuois dull, but the ctop provpects nrcsuch thnt tho mor chants look hopefully forward to the full when Ihclr harvest tlmo will commence, Tho fanners, loo, ns they gizo over their Holds of groin nud cot ion, nil promising fair returns for their labor and out-puts, go atout their work cheerfully, al though to most or them tho latt few mouths havo been cxcctdlngly Irjing ones. Iluro nre lew mauuhicturlng interpilses here, a lottoul laclory, two cutlo:i-scd oil mills, nn oil rellnery, und leu factory being tho only uies worthy or mention; but)ct, owing to the extent: and fertility of Iho iigrleiiltiitnl territory, or which It Is the center, Iho city Is bound to increase In wealth und com mercial Importance, nud will have little, If any, difficulty in maintaining lis proper position nmong tho business marts of thufcouth. Tills letter coum not be lons.dered coinplcto without some refer ence being made to THE l'OUTICAI. SITUATION, which, as lu Georgia and other Mutes I havo visited, Is rather mixed. With uny thing llko a free ballot nud fair count Alalnmn would tnko her place at onco among tho licpublieiin states. Hut under tho existing condition of things It Is doubt ful If the llourbon power can be overthrown, ux lept by tho co-operation of nil who uro lu favor of a moro liberal policy, nud Hits without regnrd to their furiuir narlv ullllialious. That thuio is n considerable l.lbeiul cltmcnt nt work In iho State cannot bu denied. Only within tho last few days ii Demccratlo county convention (In the Hon. II, A. Herbert's district) promulgated ofllclally n series of resolutions, which show Iho present Ultin OP l'CBUO Ol'IMON lu many localities. I give thorn below ns pub IIhod: Win rens, upon tho purity of the hnllot box depends thtiperpilulty of our trie institutions! and whi-rtas, tho Diinocratlo party shotiUl bo pre eminently in liivorofu'Mrco ballot nml luir count;" mill whereas, Iheolcctton lawof Alabiiuiii Is Imincil moiu In the luiireit or IrauU lhau ralrness: T herelure bo It jytutveJ, That It is tl.e aeusu ot the 1 e nocratlo and CntiNcrvallv e luvrty or Crenshaw County that tlio prenent election law or Alabama stiouht be repealed. J.'esoririf, 'Hint the delegates Irom this county lo ilia statu innvciitloti, to bu hehl hi the city of Mont, goiiu-ry .Iiiuo 7, demamt a pleilge from said sjtato con vention that the Democratic paity of Alatiuna will, 11 continued in power, repe il auM ilecllun law nt thu iiextHcsslon of lliefienernl Assembly, nnd enact an election law that will Insure fairness and prevent irniid. Now, when it ts remembored that tho clactlon laws lomplatiicil of nro the work of thu party doinlmiut here, nud, further, that their repeal must necessarily deprive tho notncoNs or tub imii.scip.vl machim-hy through which they mnlntnlii theinsclvislnofllce, tho vnlco of even n single county In luvur of such repeal Is nu ovidonce that liberalism is not a myth lu Alabama. And tne Kcpubllcans whom I have mot hero nro not unmindful ofihls rait, I Hud them unanimously In favor of uny movement which will leud lo thu disintegration and eventual overthrow of llourbon Um. lint jet lhcro Is nu liliml unanimity lu the opinion that thu organlitu Hon of tho Itepublicau party must bo malinnlued Intiict. Upon this point there Is no ellssont fnim any one; mid I am ciitlstled that wlih such men as Judgo llrtice, Judge Huckloy, Iho present po.t muster, United Hintoi Marshal Usborn, mid Deputy ilarsluil Jost, ltrglstcr feoit nnd ltecclvcr rltro buch, nf Iho IjukI Oiriee, Collector of Internal Hov ouiio llnpier, United biales Clerk of Court Dim mlek, mid others whom 1 could name, ull nittvo workers, TIIK NEXT CAMPAtasr will proton most trying one lo tho opposition, oven uuder tho most favorable conditions they can niauufactiire. The outlook Is hopelul for Ihu friends of got il gov ernment, nud I should not bo sin prised if Ihe Republicans mado some gains, especially If tlio liberal Democrats co. operate, as they ought, against tho timmoit enemy, Tho United blabs court, Judge liriuo presiding, Is In session, and engsgid lu trying cases chteily lor violations of tho Umber laws. I havo tuuud tho Judge, us will as tho oilier officials, n SOfMD AND TltOllOVait GOINll ithl'UUMCANS nud all of them heartily Indorse thecoiirso of Tim National ili'i ciiucan touching Southern nifalrs, which Is a siilllileiit coiiimendatlmi of thuvlaws lhey entertain. 1 cuiuo neiir forgetting to mention thai I huvo met here several vYasnlugtonlans, among them lleiieral Albert ITko and Mr. William M, Ireland, who nro here on business connected with thu Miisonh: fraternity, nud Jeuiuio J, llluds, who Is traveling on his own account. 1 shou d not bo iv bit surprised ir tho latter had In view somo (Killtluil aspirations perhaps ho would uvotiruti lor Congress lu Iho nclmu District, wheio bu claims his risldence, If ho could git tho chance, Auiii miens, 'iho weather Is qttllo pleasant; quite cool for tho sea.un, and nitncr dry, but u rain Is threatening nnd will coino In good time, as thu cropi, especially corn nnd cotton, nro sadly In need of It. My next letter will probably bottom tome point til North Carolina, the location of which 1 nm unable ns yet to determine, s t A Olr I Who Nainil u .ilnu'x Lire. Lust 1'rldny two cninmcrilal travelers, namod I'.ij no nud Harltton, arrived at 'Now Itlvcr Terry, Va. While walling for tho boat Mr. l'ayuo drove tho buggy Into tho water to wash It off, when tho horso becamo unmanageable nnd plungid into deep water. Mr, 1'ayno endeavored to cut Iho animal loose, but wns thrown Into tlio water, and, having on a heavy overcoat nnd boots, was In a ycry critical situation, LIllloDrynnt.Uauglitcrof tho ferryman, njed 11 jcars, wns on tho other side playing Inn canoe. With great presencoof mind sho paddled at onco to tho rescue, Mr. HarMon, with less, made her coma to the bank fur him bclora going to tho ro cuo of I'ajne, ho supposing that the little girl wm not able to rescue i'anui but Mr, llarlston, seizing a paddle, put tho boat to "turning round and round," nnd so 1'iiyuo sank, llruvo I.llllo at oneu took lommnnd, ordered Hurl, stou lo let horpnddlo her own canoe, shoved It to tho spot whore l') no was sinking for tho third time, aud culled to him as ho went down! "Hold up jour hands!" I'uyne's hands were, thus above Iho water when his head went under, and tbo In. trepld girl seized them, and. w Ith Hsriston's help, drew him Into tho boat. Mr. l'avne, In bis grati tude, doslros to educate and support tho child, but I.llllo Is n romping girl, who delights in a fishing an. I n.l .a n nm. ..n..k (Unit l ,l(tll ,,1 ilm.jn. IUU IIIIU H VailW ,'IVtU ,., .,. uu,, Mt, MIHVI. nud Is unwilling, It Is said, to exchange Iho wild froedom of her mountain life for tho confinement of a boarding-school, and esteems tbo iiiuslo of the ripples or her loved rhorsneetcr than tho uvtis ol u plauo. Montgomery (Taj ituunier. THE USE OF THE FAN. A Wcitpoii ror Ihrl-nillrs-sinnifi Inlercsl lug 'eH. Tho use of tho fan has becomo so general nnd Its cost so trifling, few persons ever give n thought to us origin, or dream thai It ever had nnvslg nlflcancobojond serving thepurposo of cooling tho brow of tho lick nnd tlio well, or forming a pretty present for ono friend to nlia to another, Tho fair sex, both young nnd old, rich nnd poor, alike usn It, ami tho most dignified man when old Sol Is on tho laropnge does not consider It olTcminato to elo tho same. Tho society belle, In preparing for nu evening entertainment, would almost as soon think, of going without her gown ns to go without her fan. To her It Is a wholo arsenal of weapons In the skirmishing attacks upon ma hoarls of the opnosllo sex. Tho Spanish girl would be entirely at a Iocs without this aid to nutation, with It tho entries on regular con tcrsatlons. and the lanmiatrenf fans la almost ns nxtomlvo aud expressive ns tho lauguago of nullum. now onAcm'tXY mk hanpi.is it, nnd nrlftlllv mnlrn Itdnrintv In Millncs- And rn, onllngtho brilliancy or horbcnutlful dark tyes, mivi knu iiLiuiuvr siiu Tiineiv biio niniiBKVJS lu lot lect Is something remarkable. Kho prizes them as highly nsn New Yorkbcllo does her towels, nnd has them to stilt nil times and seasons, rnns of crimson anil gold ror tho festive occasion, or blue nml silver lor thu moonlight walk, nf snmbro htio for tho church; fans or fragrant woods, of polished pearl, or dainty Ivory, nnd somctlmesof eold nnd silver. Tho origin of this pretty little adjunct to tlio toilet ts traced tn rcmoto antiquity. Ulster rlansilKIer as to which nation tho honor belongs of originating It, tho mnjnrlty, hovvovcr, nltrlbuto It to tho Japunoie, for wlih them It has n signifi cance entirely dlll'eient from any other iople. Ill that country Ibe fan uotnnlv- denotes tho runt; of thn Individual carrying It. but it Is Used fnrn miillltudo or purposes which strike us us being very comical, TiiEACTort vara Titta upon tho stage to glvo greater emphasis to his words, the money bestowed upon n beggar Is tint laid upon a fan nnd handed to him, nml the crim inal In the cell recelrcs hUseutcncu or death upon n fan. r.uis aro used by thcuinplra In deciding boxing matches, wrestling matclun, rat Helps nuil lock lights. With its n gentleman raises his hst In saluting a friend, a Japanese' wnvos his flu, lu Japan battle fain nro carried lu war, nnd nre viry Imposing flll'aln. In ancient Homo fins weru In common use, nnd at great feasts slavts stood be hind Iho lady gmsts with large fans. During the middle nges tans mado of eagle or penemk f.-ath-ers, with handles of gold or sllvor, bccaiiio Iitcra tlvu nrtlccis of trade lu Iho Levantine mtrkels. from whence liwy wero exported lo Venice anil other plaics, CATilEMVK PE MFDICt IS CalUITrtl with having Introduced Into Trance tho folded fan, such ns nro Initso nt Ihe present time, 'lhey became objects of gre it luxury dining thu ttmo of Jam s XIV nnd Louis XV, they werondorned with bcnntlful paintings nnd portraits nnd rare lace, nnd were setwllii diamond! nnd other precious stones. No toilet wns romp'cto without them, nnd they ranged lu prlco from SJO to SIOO. Tnlsex Iruvagaucu though was not confined to Tratico nor lo that period, for costly fans aro still iiinnutacturcil and find rennypunhasers In everyclty. It lsn cinif.irtable fcenn, hovvovcr, that tho luxury or Kissesslng thorn Is not confined to tho rich ns ninny other luxuries of lire nre. Tho three lent pitlm lenfwlll ulloid qultuus muelt comfuit nud not half ns null h euro as tho daluiloit comblua. Honor pearl, point lace, or feathers will nllbrd, nnd to the itiilnltlutod, u Japanese fun niannlac tttredlii New Jersey, near tne shores ol tho At lantic, is Just ns pretly nud as lorilgu looking us though it had rmlly cross.il the i'aeiile. niiraturr nations ham: Ihclr own peculiar st) les nud designs, nnd somo r.f Ihemaroviry unique und Intcrrsiliur. 'Jho Chi nese probably lead ifflu iroducliiu' tho greatist variety of designs; lhey rather pride themsclvts upon their luciiully in lnanufuctiulug curious nud biautlfiil fans. They uinnuiiut them with all sorts of grotesque figures and Imposslblo fruits nud flowers; and make Hum of extruonllnary lightness nud durability. Ono of their fnvorlo iltslgns Is called, tho "miikco btenkee," When clo.cd or opened prnrcrly It PI1ESI.NTS TIIK ArrEAnVKCK of nn ordinary shut-up fan ; when turned fn tho opposite direction It nppirently drops to pieces In thu hands. Tho loiiitermitlounf tho Individual who may happen to lorrovv )our fan, when ho sees It fltll to pieces is exceedingly nmuslug, mid It never rails lu nil the Chinaman with convulsive laughiir. They nlso lnauuracluto hcml-timis-parent fins, with too old oftho silk worm, which are very curious and teuttitflil. Ouo would hardly exiect to find danger of nny kind lurking In this pretty little nttlclo or dress, anil jet tho Italian, ever on tho nlcrt to llud a hiding-place for his dinih-deallug stiletto, has utilized tho fin fur that purpose, Just ns lie hoi dono the c-vuo und c.r.ulu articles of Jewelry. IIiiTlnc Fun lis llnknln. lltttto numbers sonic tough pllgsjims among I s iiiusoiinui. jaistwccn two men got inronuis puto In n saloon nnd ngrued toritlro to the tear In tho placo to tight il out. A lough followed tho ctovvd, scnted himself upon a barrel ucnr Iho sreno of Ihe encounter, nud when tho cxiltemout was ut Its highest ho drew n rovolvcr from his hip pockit nml llnd threo shots Into tho midst or tho onlookers. One man was very seriously, If uot iiiiuiis wuuuui'u. jiismiirc jnyiinc. FASHION NOTES. Ticelle Is the rago lu Paris. The latest London rago Is for gray. Tamers are worn only lu full dress. 1H.ACK Chautltly Ince Is cgaiu in favor. llUTTONrn boots nre going out of fashion, AncmcjiY bids fair to bens fishlonnblo as ever. It is fashlonablo nowadays to bo unfashionable. Tun coarser tho fltclle laco tho better It'ts liked. Any neat utility costumo will do lorn traveling suit. Dadminton Is played with battlcdoors nnd shut tlecocks. Honnet strings nre called bridles In milliners' parlance. UiitEUj nre much worn for traveling costumo, nut tire not ue tlgncur. Vmvelnrk stockings will he worn all through mo summer by children. Tiifiik Is ii rngo lu Now York for small Jet ucattcu t ancuon uonniti. &THFI.T costnmes nnd walking suits should no v or bo mado with panlcrdraporles. CtiArK lu nil shades of color Is tho fayorlto tna' tcrlnl for dressy enpoto bongeis. TosoK.r, lit nil colors, as well as the natural ecru' shades, Is as lashlouabio ns ever. II vhminton bids fair to supplant lawn tennis us tho outdoor game for midsummer. IH.VCK stockings aro worn frith nil kinds of dresses, even white nnd tinted ones. Caiiviuwooii nnd bamboo furniture. Is In da mnud fur summer house furnishing. The old fashioned batllodoor nud shuttlecock and cupstlck nnd shuttlecock gnmo Is revived. I.omi curled hair lu tho back- Is again lu fashion for littlo glils, but the curls must bo large, loose nnd few. The Molhcr Hubbard and Kalo Gromavv nysi) les for Utile gills' overdresscsaud cloaks grow moro In favor cvory day. Alt. morning toilets in Tails aro of very dark: shades ofCnrmcllte, soul brown, ludlgohlue, T.us slan grcon, nud dark beetle color. The long, tight rcdlngoto worn over n silk or wool skltt having no trimming but a pleated lloitueont Iho bottom, Is much worn by loading society women. Tin: full draperies, panlcrs, nnd bnufTanto tour iitirci, which lhcro is an eflort lo make fashion able, nro very unbecoming to all except very tall and slender women. TiiBGulmpo underwnlst, with Mother Hubbard, overdress, low necked and sleeveless, end with no waist lino shirred or belted in. Is a ory popular st) lo for girls uuder 14. The best dressmakers still moko tho foundation skirt very narrow nnd straight gored, e lasplng tho itguro Hko a sneaiti, 'I no superimposed draperies nro thou mado full according to fancy, Aiiomatio ozonized cassolettes, or littlo satchels to carry In tho pocket or hang around the neck to preservo the wearer from Infection, Is a London caprice which has not yet reached America. It Ii no longer fashlonablo abroad to have ball rooms n blaze of gaslight. When wax candles aro not used It Is tho rulo to shads tho gaseliers and chandeliers with timed glass or timed muslin, or tinted llssuo paper. A rnETTV novelty for opera of summer evening watering place wturls a scarf or shawl In alternate batiks of silk nnd woollen gnuza in all colors and pure white, wllli threads of gold Judiciously ami tastefully Introduced. Vi.C!Na Is being Introduced among Indoor amusements for young women. It Is said to glvo moro grace of movement and posolhan nny exer cise, not oven cxecepting dancing, A pair of good foils can bo bought tor il. Tiik old-fashioned calecho or Ilcllgolandcr of forty years ago ts revived. It Is a silk bonnet or hood tlilrrtd ou whulcbono or splits of alternate, long nud short lengths, so as to glvo tlio bonnet tho nppearnuco of a half-opened folding glgtop, CoLonEU riding habits aro revived for hunting by laigllsh women. Green faced wlih white and brightened with silver braid nnd buttons, or bright red cloth with black velvet facings nnd gold but tons, aro tho favorlto colors for habits, vvhllo tho hut of felt is cocked or turned up In threo comers and trimmed with feathors and a rosette. In Paris, at Ihlsruomout, tho most fashionable womin aro wearing very plain dcinl. trained morning dresses of soft, light, woollen stuffs, gen erally of somo subdued Carracllto brown color. llolh tlio corsago and skltt Is laid In plonls, nnd when the wearer walks out sho catches up tho deml-tralnnt the side undent thick silk bow, or o cord and flat lossol, which also supports tho aiimcmfYrc Thu shoulder capo worn with this cos tume, aud tho atmonltrc art ofclsolo velvet. A TRIP IK ARIZONA. THE C0WD0Y3 AND THE APACHES. Which ll.lsnls Civilization ths Mast t-1'orraer lttstitcnts anil Their Morals Mlnarit lie sonrrrs of Ihs Territory Th South ern Perllsn, Itallrcnils, ae. Bpeclat Correspondence of Tiik ltrrtml.ioAK. Tucson, Arizona, May SO. While Arizona Is nt trading publlo attention from lawlessness on the part of tho whites nud savagery on the part ol the rcsllcss Apache, It Is n question of doubt which rolards civilization most, tho cowboy or tho In dian. Certain It Is that tho mixed elements In this Territory need tho strong baud of powcrto keep in check Iho unruly, whether It b tho reno gada from civilization or tho untaught aborigines, smarting from unlold wrongs. Isolated nnd well nigh Impenetrable ns this portion of our country wns before Iho advent of railroads and telegraphs, n sjstcm of morals, bustucs', nnd politics fastened Itself upon It, most vicious and unwilling lo glvo wny to a belter order. Immorality wns no bar to rank, corrupt nnd boso dishonesty In btislnemno disgrace, nnd tho mtst unseemly transactions no bliltletauco to political preferment. Tbo almighty money god now receives tho devotions of Pagan, Jew, and Gentile ncnrly alike, and every project, fur good rrevll, iccmstu bo governed by the main, spring of ranking money. Hut lew nre here for Ihclr health, mid but few seem willing to await tho results of honest enterprises, THAT W KAkTM KAY II 0 INITI by Clio application of capital nnd Intelligent In dustry cniuijt bo denied, nnd Ihoso who dovoto lime, labor, nnd patience to legitimate enterprises nro very sure to win success, nnd, In tho long run, conllilcnco Mid rcsp-ct. It has bien my privilege during tho post few weeks lo sco nnd ucqiialiit mynlf with n consldirable portion of the lower part of Arlronn. A knowledge nf tho agricultural and mineral resources of this Territory can only be niqulrcd bypcisonnt observation und cculur Inspection. Being fortunnlo enough to hnvo Iho acquaintance or some parties appreciating my de sire to know more than I havo herctofjro had opportunity of learning of this country, my com pany was ought f.r roach Joitrncvs south nud west nf this place. With ono party iho Cuiitn Crus Valley, as fir south ns Iho Mexican boundary, miideiiu Interesting ttlp.oxhlbl Ini.nslt does, one of tho must fertile nnd uttnicllvo valleys lu Alisons. After passing THE Oil) SAN XAVIFR MISSION, situated In tho Tapago reservation, tho alloy alliens to several mile', thu greater portion or whlili Is coverid wlih heavy misqulte timber, and thn remainder lying In open, grassy plains, over which roam bonis ol horses nnd entile, iho property oftho Tapugos. llelovv tho reservation tho v.illeyiiarrows.oud lormaiiyinllcsls only valuable for catllumugci until near to the old pueblo of tho 'lulnc, whero Iho water oftho Santa Cruz ngnln nfl'titls Iho ruuehmau the mems of Irriga tion, llelnw this old bnulsli town tho valley, oil duvvntn Cnlabosiui, Is one beautiful stretch oi rich bottom land, the grass sprouting from the river up Into tho foot-hills nml mountains lu this part of Iho valley, ou tho west side of tho Santa Cruz, Is tho old mission or Tuuincacorl In ruins, n monu ment or Apache vingeaiice, where ouco a consid erable village, nnd trultlut fields graced what Is now an uninhabited nnd unproductive platenn, Halting for the new clvnlz itlou, viijoted nv the ip.on itonsr. and electricity. At Calabosns a new town has been laid out, und by Hastern brain nud capital is fn become iho railroad center of lower Ailzoua. Tho Atchlsou.TopekniiudSaUtaToliallroad, called hero Iho Arizona Southern, forms n Junction with the nad biiug rapidly constructed frnmGiiayinos, iv Mixlcan loan on tlio Gulf of California. A branch Is to bo built from bcro north to Tucson, and n lino Is prnjcctid westward to Saw Diego on tho Tactile Irom ealabosas down to tlioSonoia lino is a delightful drlvo ovcr-n smooth, well biateu road, with gold un I silver bearing moun tains tn thu cast, nud rolling, glass-covered hills reaching fur to iho west. Crossing tho border, wo enmo to n halt, alighted, and stretched ourselves ou the foreign soil of our sister republic. At this point wo had msEN to a man ai.titudk In the pass between the mountains lowerlngabovo us on ilttier side, nud tho utmosphcro was dry, eliur, nnd bracing. Af.cra stroll In Mexico thu Inspection of n primitive, native mescnl distillery, u good rest nnd refreshments, our conch-and-four headed northward, and we specdid tn Calabosus, as hilarious n party of sbir-golug Indies mid gen tlemen ns ever pniked a coach or sparked Inn foreign land. Much of tho mountain scenery up this valley is crawl nnd wild, and when It is taken Into consideration that In most of these mountains there nro vast deposits of piccious nictnls nud nlrcudy mnnywcll-dovclopcd mining claims, tho Intero.t Is heightened anil tho mind expands Into scenes of future cities nnd beautiful I lantatlous taking tho place of tho uninhabited regions through wlih li wo pass. Wo had but Just returned Irom this trip when A DBUmiMl 1'AnTY WAITED ON US to go on nn insptctlon tour through tho country to nlxmt ISO miles to Iho west of Tucson, tuklnglu thoCababl, Mi)-ers, nnd AJo mining districts. Af ter suitably disposing ot our business affairs nud making ready lor it tumpliig-out Journey, myself nud wife Joined the parly, nnd wo bounded off in a couch-nnd-four "wis.wuid ho!" Our route lay through n, icglon of country occupied only by Tnpago Indians nnd n few miners, heretofore) ro gardid nsn worthless, desert tract of the publlo domain, forbidding nnd uninhabitable. Notwith standing thcru Is not a stream of water or n spilng et en lo lie seen dining the wholo distance west to tho AJo Copper Minis, tho country produces cer tain natural grassos, principally gramma, afford ing pasturage for cnttlo, which aro watered from wells and reservoirs filled by tho rains. I1Y THE SINKINO OF WEILS nt suitable distances npait, Iho whole country might bo filled with cattle ranches. This, how ever, can be done only by n considerable outlay of mouiy, ns wutcr can bu obtained in most of ihe couutiyonly by sinking to il great depth. Wells from 10U to 29(1 feet dup aro riqalrcd, and the great cost of sinking and ot tho appliances for raising tho water ditir many from engaging In iho business of stock-raising who would otherwise go into It. These lands biar no comparison to tho grnsi lands of the-western prairies aud can hnvo no value except lu largo tracts, which should bo disposed of by the Government In townships nt n reduced prlio t er ncre, nnd to that end tho wholo country of which 1 spenk ought to bo survejod simply into township tracts. A TltACT 01' SIX Mtbra SQUAKE Is but a small range for n herd of slock, for which ono well, with proper ho'stlng power and tanks, would witter all tho initio that could be subsisted nu n township tract. Congrcvs should without de lay pass u law for disposing of grazlnglandi. Much of tho Territory of Arizona Is v nlueless fir agricul tural purixihcs, but for grazing could bo largely utlll7Cd were tl-ore any law by which title could bo had. None of tho laud laws apply to these; nnd until somo law Is passed providing for their eulo lu largo tracts the e ow-boy nuisance will cou llnuo. Ou our way out wo passed through tnVEnAL INDIAN VII.L10BS is hero wo had pleasant and friendly visits with ihe Tnpagos. Arriving at tho Ticuclio mine, wo made n halt until Ihu next duy for rest' nud an Inspection of this nud adjacent properties. A visit to the AJo district nud a ramble nmong tho famous copper mlno, after which the district Is i ailed, completed our trip westward, Thcsu mines wereworkod many years ago by tho na ih cs vvhllo this part of Arizona formed a part of Mexico. Iho old works, excavations, dumps, nnd crumbling buildings, covering ground a mlloor more rqiinte, show to what extent these mines huvo been worked. mvX yet scarcely n beginning has been made. Our return was different fiom tho oiitvvniil Journey only in n chango lu that w rather. Wostattcd from Tuceon lu ulsters and roliiruea In dusters. Much of the country pre sented a tropical aspect, and In niaiiy places as far ai tho eye could reach thu earth wns COVERED Willi WILD MOWERS. Nearly every ipcclesof cactus, from tho prickly pear up tn tho mammoth sngunru, grows In this country. Tho latteriu somo places stood so thickly ns lo resemble n forest. Yet, from the dryness of tho soil and Iho destitution of water, thu whole region through which wo turn led was essentially n desert country, utterly worthless for agricultural purposes, except ns comprehended by Iho proprie tor of it cattle ranch. Arizona's lucxhiiustiblo mineral resources exceed any language to describo Hum, aud, with thucflluvor time, Iho Incoming tldo of restless fortuno-seekcrs, and Willi an Im proved civilization, her plains will send beef and her mountains precious metals In abundance to feed and enrich tbo outsldo world. C. Ii DAILEY. An Erciit In Olrt liiiu'ii Career. Tho Academy of Muslo was reopened on the 19th of February, 18.W, under tho management of tho very distinguished violinist, Ole Hull, who leased that vast aud splendid void for a short season. Among his artists wero Clollldo Tatil, Vostvall, Hrlgnoll, and liadlall, and he oflorcd a prize of 31,000 for tho best original grand opera by au Amorlcan composer on nn American subject, the copyright to bo rctnlncd by tho author a vain proposal and nn unvvtso limitation. Muslo Is not cultivated thus, ncithorby prize giving nor by ef forts to olovAto nrt and encourage native attlits, and still less by Insisting upon natlvo subjects. Tho wholo history of literature and of the fine arts Is a robuko to such folly. It was lu keeping w 1th this project that Ole Hull should go to tulh as a manager wlih greater speed than nny of his pre decessors, lie did not last two mouths, and his short managerial career Is worthy of this brief warning notice only because of his distinction as a violin virtuoso, nnd becnuso In that capacity he bud shown no less skill lu manipulating publlo curiosity than In handling his Instrument. J.'Wf arti Greml White, in tne Jane Century. THE BKOODOOWOBSKOOK. O, maid with the hair that Is yellow, . 'Tts time that your home you forsook) Co uio over and live with n fellow Hy the beautiful fskoodoowobskook. And there whore tho grasses Ihe brooks kiss. In the prettiest kind of uuooki Whero the sWIft-ruonlng Skoodoowobskooksls Tours luto the Bkoodoow obskook. Our lives llko their streams shall commingle. Tor Heaven no further we'll look I Then conio-lt Is wrong to live single O, como to the Ukoodoonolskook, In this lovely terrestrial Kden I'll teach you to fish with a hook) The fishes are plenty, O, maiden, In the crystallue Bkoodoow obskook I Our food shall be trout from tbe waters. Which you to your sweet taste shall cook) Come, fairest of Uncle Sam's daughters, To tbe banks of Ihe bkoodoowobskoek. Xtui YoikSun. AN ELCPHAMT HUNT IK JEnSCY. Tlir Ilrnlr lUcnpea from ts Circa ssnd I Cnptiirril In n ftwrsmp. A small army oftho most courageous nnd sport loving nallrcs of Gloucester County, N. J., cu oyod tho excitement of a genuine elephant hunt yesterday morning, and finally suet ceded In cap. turlng the gaino In Turner's Bwomp, flvo miles irnm llrMgeport and one and a halfmlles from ths Woodbury tnrnplko. King, tho elephant tbo Now Jersey aborigines hunted for, Is tho trump card of Howo it Hemingway's " Koyal Vienna Monagorlc," n small show that hat been doing Interior towns lu this neighborhood for several weeks. King, the threo dens of wild animals nnd the waxworks belonging to Iho show wero exhibited at Mildred on Monday night, and after tho exhibition King, offended no doubt by tho smnllncs of tho crowd that catno to sco him, worked himself into a mioiiTrcL rtAaic After struggling soma time hobroko his leg chains and ilashcn himself ngnlnst tho side of iho lent. Theguy ropes tiinprcu, and beforo Howe, Hem Ingan) , or tholr five assistants recovered fiom their astonishment at tbo least's rcmarkablo behavior they wero all enveloped by the falling canvas. Mr. Howo got out In tlmo to sco King lumber off down tho tnrni.lbn nt tho rstaoften miles an hour, shaking Gloucester County at every step. 'Iho show people mounted horses nnd the chase began, r iltecn minutes lalor Jomcs It. Patterson and A, J. Muuccly, who were riding lu n spring wagon on the ens i road lending rrom Mildred to tho tumplko, saw a monster nnlmnl bearing dawn Upon thorn. Patterson's hor.o saw thoilcthnnt mout Iho smno time, nnd, wheeling quickly to tho right, made n bee-line across country, leaving tho wagon anil lis occupants hanging on the first fence, 'this Incident only drew n roar from King as ho plowed nlong tho muddy toad and inssiil the terrorized travelers. APTEn A SIT-MItE nUN Ihe hunter i came up with the brute standing In front of n barn. sard. Iiuliln ofwhlrh n courtla of dogs wcra making a frightful noise, Half nu hour of liberty had mado tho elephant long for more, and when the pursuers approached he charged and pulthcm to flight. Then turning his atten tion tu tho de gs, liu smashed through tho fence lu pursuit of them. Tho dogs escape 1, anil Klnj iro-scd the jsrd, smashed through another fence, tore over a garden, smashed another leiirc, nnd was In the oreu Ileitis, with nil Gloucester Cuiiuiy hcfiro him. In tho nunntlmo Ihe owner or thu dogs was moused, and had soon mounted n horso nud Joined In tho chase. Holwicnlnnd2u'ilock In the morning King wns brought lo bay In Tur ner's bvvnmp. 'Ihe snnnip covets hundreds or acres end Is cut up by scores of t reeks, the bot toms of which aro so deep w Ith mud thnt It Is net sale forn horseman uufnmllliir with the place to rldo Ihroiiuh them, even In daylight. King cou'd bu heard smashing the underbrush and flFLLOW IM1 LIKE MAD In tho center of a small pine grove, Tho lunitors held n council und decided not to go lu niter him until daylight, llres were built nud the mon waited, ijhurtly after da) break tho crowd wns svv oiled by tho arrival of scores: of farmers from the neighboring country. At tlvo o'clock the man who was sent back to ttio tout fur chains returned nud tho show men went Into the grovo after King, vvhllo the grangers waited anxiously for the rosuit. The clcphiiut wns soon found and Ids rage having bcou worked oir by bis race ho wns ns meek nsn lamb. It took somo tlmo tn shackle him nud as he roared nnd groaned fearfully the natives ou thu outskirts supposed there was u dcipcrato batilo going nu In the grove. Their fears, hovvovcr, were relieved when King wns driven out of the swamp, Uu was at onco marched to Iho tout. A JEW ACQUITTED OF BLASPHEMY. Tile t Invrco Wli loll u Cislhnllo IVIt Culled Upon In llrlusr Atcalnst Him. Wolf lllrsch Itosenstrauch, a Jew, of Newark, was tried in Iho Tatcrson coutt of quarter sessions on Tuesday fur blaspheming the name of Jesus Christ. Gottfried Vcutscble testified that on tho second Tuesday In February tho dctendatit blas phemed tho namo of Christ lit his (Deutseblc's) store lu Main street, Newark. The wlttioss de scribed the blnsphomy as n reflection on Christ's pntcrnlly. Ho said there was n tolco within him Hint told him, ns n good Catholic, ho ought not lo allow Ilia namo of Jesus Christ to be abused, and ho would not stand by, A3 THE JEWS DID OP 0U, nnd hear ChrM and his mother blasphemed. lie thought It his duty to bring this Irreverent Jew to punishment. He felt sutc that, as of uld, the Jews would pcriecuto him Ibr lhl, but even the fear of that was overcome by tho voice within hlin call ing upon him to do his duty, itosenstrauch had como Into his storo and remarked on the niimbjr of penplo golngto church, nnd added, "Oh, that Is all stupid work," following up that expression with the blasphemy complained of. On cross-examination Deutschlu admitted that he vvus onco convicted ormurdcrinlhoeild country, butaddid that he was innocent, and had been made torufler for another mill's crime. Ho had been in prison for somu tlmo before ho CAME TO TITU COChTHY. Mrs. Deutschla corroborated the testimony of her husband, but on her cross-examination she admitted that UoscmUraucli retired to glvo them credit for goiitlcmcn's furnishing goods. Shawns shocked at thu hintuago used by Itosenstrauili, but still sho usked him lor credit uftern urd, never lmalulng that her husband was golug to make tho charge ho did, Several wHiiomcs testified that Mrs. Dtntschlo had told them that she did not bear tlio obnoxious language used atoll. Ilwas also tcslllled tint tho complainant had made numerous Inquiries ns to tho wealth or tho de fondant. Ttio defendant himself testified that ho bad such n GREAT HEGAHD FOn CHRIST as a moral teacher that It would be Impossible for him to tiso Iho lauguago Imputed to him. Ho thought the nccusatton wns linuto ngjnt him bo cause ho refused Deutsililo any further credit for goods, the latter having tried to dehaud him out of a previous bill, tainucl Knllsch, lu summing up for tho defense, said that tho Jewish people bud great respect for Jesus Christ, nud thnt the Jews felt nattered that ono of their raco shou d be venerated by tho cnilroChrlsllmi world. Thojury, alter being out only a few minutes, returned with a verdict of not guilty. .Vte l'ort i'un. -s . A Iln.li-l.uirjcr nml Ills Client. "My wood-choppers captured a sloth this morning," said tbo Judgo as wo walked toward the ravine, " a big black sloth, n 'bush-lawyer,' as tbo Indians call them. They tied him to tho stump of a tree, nnd what do you suppose I found, when I enmo out to fete h him? IToro wo are I Just look at this happy family." Tho old sloth lay on his back, near the stump where tho wood-choppers had left him, but Hi his claws ho held tho strangest animal 1 oversaw In my life, a black, hairy little brute, nbout the shnpo ofnjoung benr, but with a big lull that turnod and twisted left and nnd right Ilka a snake. "Vhat In tho world do you call that? ' I nsked; ' ' a monkey or an ov ergrown squirrel ?" "No; It's a honcy-bcar," laughed tho Judge "aklnkayon, ns wo call them. Just lojk up; thcro's half ad07enof lliom In that treol" On n, calalpa tree, near the stump, a whole fam ily of tho strange long-tails were eating tholr dinner, not lu Iho least disconcerted by our pres ence, as it rcemod, though two of them ojediK, Willi outstretched necks, us If thoy desired us to explain tho purpoeo of our visit. 1 stepped Dacfc to get a better look nt them. They had snouts nnd paws llko a fat young bear, but In their movements thoy reminded mo ofn North American opossum. They could hang by their tails nnd imo them ns rope-ladders lu lower ing llieinielves' Irom branch to branch. Now nnd then ono or two of Ihcm came down lo tnko n look at tholr cuptlvo comrade, but tho least movement of tho old sloth would scud them scampering up tho troo wlih squeals of horror. "That laws or of jours has takon tbe law Into his own hands," said I. " Yes, I suspect thoso littlo Imps kept fooling with him till he grabbed ono of them," said tho Judgo. "Lit's set that thing free, or he will gqticezQ It to do ith." The old sloth held his prisoner as n spider holds n fly, encircling him completely with his long, tlawcd legs, and while the cuptlvo mow led nud snarled, the captor uttered grunts that sounded llko Inward chuckle., It needed our combined cllorts tounclnsphls long grnppllng.hooks.and wo w cro afraid tbo prisoner w oultt dlo before w a could liberate him, but us soon ns his feet touched the ground ho bounced up the tree as if tho fell fiend wero nt his heils, "That fellow won't forget tho day of tho month," laughed the Judgo; " ho will know belter thau to meddlo with a law ycr tho noxt tlmo." From "A Witch-trap," 1J Dr. Felix L. Otvtold, in HI. McAofoi or June. Arcs You flolng lo boMmrlefir It. J. Ilurdcttc, In tho Hurllugton Jlauitye, gives "AdvIcotoaYoungMan"asfollovvs: "Yousnyyou demand tho noblest typo of useful womanhood In your wife. If that Is llicsortofu woman you want marry Nora Mulligan, your laundress's daughlor, Sho wears cowhide shoos, Is gujltless of corsets, ncvor ha d a sick day tn her life, takes In washing, goes out housa-cleaning, and tooks fur a family of seven children, her mother, and threo section men. who board with her, 1 don't think sho would marry you, because Con llegsn, the track-walker, Is her style of a man, Lotus Just cxmnlno luto your qualifications as a model husband atlor your own matrimonial Ideas, my boy, Cun jou shoul der a barrel of flour nnd carry It down to tho cel lar? Can jou saw and split ten cords of hickory wood lu the fall, so as to have ready fuel alt win ter? Can you spado up half an acre or ground lor a kltchon gardoii? Do you know what will take tho limy taste out of tho new cistern, nnd can you patch tho littlo leak lu tho kitchen roof f Coal you bring home a pane of glass and a wnd of putty and repair damages in tho sitting' room w indow ? Can you hang somo cheap paper on thekltchcu? Can you fix Hie frontgato sou will not sag? Can you do anything nbout tho honso that Con Tlrgan ran? Mydrar boy, yoirsetTwhy Nora Mulligan will havo none of j ou ; sho wants a higher typo of true manhood. You expect to hlro men to elo all the man's vroik about the house, but you want jour wife to do cvcr thing that any woman can do. Bellevo me, my denr son, nine tenths of tho girls who piny tho plsno and sing to charmingly, whom jou In your limited knowledge set down ns ' more butteitllos of fashion,' are better tilted for wives than jou aro for n husband. If you want to marry a first-class cook and expe rienced housekeeper, do your courting lu the In tolllgcnca office. Hut If you want a wile, marry tho girl you love, with dimpled hands and a face llko the sunlight, and her lova will teach her all thcio things, my boy, long boforu you hav e learned ouo-half oi your own lesson." i Poean'l Coinplnlu. A man who had been carried to a Thlladclpbla hospital vvhllo suffering from the cffccis of a ro ve ro contusion was asked If ho had been treated kindly while thore. " Considering all things." he ansvvorcd, "I think I have no right to complain, They amputated both of my feet, removed my collar-bone, cut off my right arm, trepanned me, took outapleco of my uudirJatv, suncd my left hip bono lu tvyo, and were about lo excavate tlvo or six ribs when a Ilro brokeout in tho establishment and the police got away with the rest of ray body in daftly." UrooUyn Eoale, TAR HEEL ECHOES. nourtBOit pow-wow atchaiilotte. An 1391 Delegation-Was lllslno Invited tTIsi aril's riiineombe Aellrlly or the Ittpubll . cans 1st North Carolina Tin Coming Campaign, Special Correspondence of Tits lteronucASf i CitARl otte, N. C, May 23. I reached hero yes terday Just lu season to meet tho recoil of Senator Bayard's political cannon, which he fired oh on Saturday. The distinguished speaker and his distinguished rctlnuo of retalnors, Including tho North Carolina Senators anil members of Congress, and a Portion of tho South Carolina delegation, with ono or two "scatlorlug," mado up a hopeful looking pleturo; 18SI seemed stamped upon each forehead, nnd the light of anticipated victory under tho leadership of tbo gentleman from Dela ware beamed from overy eye. a tAr.an eoNcocnsj! op rwrLK oscorlcd tho would-be presidential party to tho train, and, mingling with the crowd, I lls'encd to tbo various comments mado upon tho nddtcu, which no ono but Ha author could have concocted and ncno but himself would havo dcllvetcd en such nn occasion, " Didn't ha glvo Iho Itadlcats h 11?" nsked oris mo-sback of another. "Yen but what wns Hint ho said nbout old Hntden? I thought that Kti-ICluxing comnilttco rather made its squeal." "Oh, that was nil r'ght," sold tbo first speaker; " but didn't ho put In n good word for hlnutir ec caslonully ; he's nflcr tho Presidency, certain." And to It went on, with slight varlntlonr, until the train moved off; then tho people dispersed thoio who woro nbio lo mil t io llourbon lova feast woscudid. Jtlghl here let mu glvo A PIT OP COMir, which you may not have heard, picked up from a sotino which leads mo to believe It, ns Ihe t.oio IsU say, "lout did upon fact." It Is said that (no commlltco nriolntrd to secure a speaker lor tho occasion of the celebration or tho Mecklenburg Declaration or Independence woro Instructed to Invite, first, Hon. James tl. Illaluc, and, falling to get him, I J extend nn Invitation to Senator liny nrd. It Is fintlur said that in accordance wllli iheso InMiiictlnns two letters of Invltitlon woro written, ono lo each of the gentlemen named, which Utters wero sent to Benntor Vanco to be de livered In accordance with tho wishes oftho com mittee that Is, TltE ONE TO MR. n.AniS In tho first Instance, and In en so or his declination, nud then only, thu one to Senator llayard. Tins commltteo now ray, as I was Informed, that no letter er communication whatever has, been re calved from Mr. Hlalno acknowledging receipt of tho Invitation or declining the request It con tained. '1 he question Is, wns It ever delivered to him, ami If not, why not? What beiamenf It, niiynovv? Did Senator Vnnco plgeon-holo It for icfurincoonsomn future occasion, or was such a letter never written ut all? It will doubtloss bo pleasant for both of the distinguished gentlemen to loam tho truth, fur Mr, Hlalno likes to havo tricks played upon him, of course, nnd above nil things MR, BAYARD LIKES Tp PLAY second flddlu to somo other person. But enough of this, which Ircpeutaslt Was given to ino; and now a woid or two nbout our politics. Tho near nppronch of thoBtnto convention has aroused tho Ilipubllians to uu Increased activity', and tho selection or delegates is taking placo throughout most of Iho counties. Somo of tho Issues which man)' had hoped would not bo, raised nro being: brought furwurd In dlflbront totalities, and thoro are thoso who fear that some disturbing clcmonts may find admission to TUP. MEETISO AT nAWIOII on tho 11th proximo and cnuse trouble. Tho gen eral feeling Is, however, thnt personal ambitions and grievances must bo laid nslde, nnd that tho pnrty.vvbon It lakes counsel through lti delegates, will see that this Is done and tnat porfect har mony Is preserved during the deliberations, and that no action bo taken which cannot demand nil receive tho hearty npproval-of all. Tho ch lef trouble, ns heretofore. Ilea lu the weight to be, given tho so-called Liberal movement ou tho part of certain Democrats; nud, of course, Into this tho question of nftlca largely enters. On the ono hand, It Is contended that by a liberal course toward Iho Liberal Democrats, as they stylo llioru selYes, the Hepublicnns may reap considerable benefits, w bllu on Iho ether nand, It Is contended that the lnuro.t or the party neinnud that tho Itepublicau organization shall be kept Intact and make no eoncen-lous like those proposed, but at tho same tlmo gladly receive nil accessions trom, tho opposition. I HOPE "THE REPfnUCAK," which Is recognized here as tho only paper oulsldo tho State Hint comprehends the situation, win glvo the political leaders somo mora good, sound advice upon this subject prior to the meeting of Ihe convention. Oivlngtu tlio dry, cool weather, or sumo other cause, tho corn and lotion nro look lug rather poorly In this section, and do not gtvo such promise of abundant harvests ns they did eaillcr lu the season, Ct'ier grains, however, nrts looking lino, nnd as ralu Is now failing oven tho croiw most backward may turn out well lu tho end. It Is to bo hoped that such will be tho re sult, BRAINS IN THE BRUTB CREATION. Unique lnffra In NnlurAl History, Col Inlril lYoui livery Coiner or llio l.und- A cow with her calf, belonging to William Heath, of Columbus, Ga., stopped at a brook to drink. A largo ram that had been standing on the oppeslto bank walked up to tho cow. gave her a butt square lu tho forehead, nnd killed her Instantly. On a Sunday evening a watchman lu a Troy fac tory helped his dilatory dog Into tho building w Ith tbo too of his boot. On all woek days m w the doe; enters thu factory as Usual, but uo auiouniof to ex liU can get hlui near tho bulhllngou tho Sabbath. A Jet Hack lamb w as Iho offspring of n sheep 1 1 -longing lo 11 bort Goddard, or Oak IHU, Mo. Tho mi ther icfusod to recognlzoor assist it In any way, but when sho subsequently gavo birth loamoa white lamb It was greeted with extravagant aflca Hon. During a storm ot Cuthbcrt, Gaa barrel con taining a hen sotting ou a nest nf eggs wns picked up, whirled round, nnd b'own over tho home. It dropped right side up In thu trout yird. Tho hen remained undisturbed aud tho ch'otcis wero hutchod toon ufier iho nerial Journey, In Owcnsboro', Ky., a number of sparrows wjro building n nest, when one of them Hood off nnd s.'cmlngly refused to assist. There was a row, and tho next morning a marrow was seen hanging; ficin thu bough from which the quarrel took placo. It was suspendod In mid air, with u cotton it.-lnj about Its neck. Dogs that get drunk aro. not uncommon. " Old Jack," of Indianapolis, Ind., belonging to tho firo dcpatlmcnt, regularly drank rofuso beer from tho empty kegs of the sjloon adjoining his homo, bi t getting diuuk the other day, lust ns an alarm of Ilro sounded, ha fell beno.iili tho wbocls of tho machlno and was crushed to deaih. A monkey belonging to Georgo llrodlo, of Tills burg, Va., Is credited with extraordinary sagacity, Tho unlrasl Is often (old to bring ouo or tho oilier ol tbo two newspapers taken by the family to Mr. Ilrodlo'sngcd mother. Ono Is printed with latgo type nnd tho other In very line and not nl says clear litters. It Is said that whenever bo hrluirj tho latter to tho old lady ho brings her spcet teles also. A touching story ofn shepherd dog comet from, Cold Spring Ranch, Colorado. Sho had four pup pies nt this tlmo, nnd tho assistant herder reported twenty sheep missing t "tho inn wns setting. Thoro was no llmolo lose. Tlorn was called and told to hunt for lost sheep, while her inasUr pointed to a great forest, through tho edge of which they had passed on their wny up. frho raised her dead, but seemed v ery loth to leavo her babies. The boss called sharply toiler, Shu rose, looking tired and low-spirited, with head and tall down, and trottod olf to tho forest, I said: Hint's too bad,' 'Oh, she'll bo right back. She's lightning on straysheep,' said the boss. The next morning I went nverto learn whether Flora found the r.tras. Vthllo we wero speaking Hie sheen were returning, driven by the Hit edoz, who did not i nlso her nend or wag her tall even when spoken to, but crawled to her puppies and liy down by them, ottering them tho little empty breasts. Sho had been out oil night, nud, whlls her hungry Mbtes were tngglng away, fell asleep. ' ' Horglium n is Miitrur VMoiIiicer. It Is announced that a commltteo of tho Na tional Academy of Sclent e havo pronounced " that sorghum Is a suiar-bcarlng plant next to tbo sugar-canoofthetrOplci; that It Is so In actual cano-iugar contents, and that It has a continental spread ot variability and adaptation to the vari ous soils and climates oftho United 8latoi," This: may bo n now dlscoycry to tho committee, nml Is In acrordanco with many of Iho dlseovorles of so called sclcntlllo men In regard lo practical matters which have becomo common kniiwleilgo to farm ers. Now, If tho academy will show a cheap nnd efficient mothoil of extracting Ihlsiiina sugar from Ihe sirup nfior it has heou obtained thoy wilt show a wny to n ptolltablo industry. As re marked In a recent nolo on beet sugar, nothing n tho way of chemical Investigations un sorgtlnm ot recent jcars bos added to those promulgated twenty yeurs ago. at least so far as they Tiavo bjm mado public. Wo hopo fur rnmetbing valusb o from the renewed attention tn this mat ter, and hope that the merobersofthnnlsove-nten-Honed committee will lint cniitont thumselvcs by moioly repeating facts already well known lb sorghum-growers all over tho country, . Slrldo nml irrltletcraoni. They wero brldo and bridegroom und sat near mo at Turk Avenue iaUt tfluAe, which, by tho way. Is far abovo tbo nvcrago hotel meal, They had wasted something Hko 3 worth of food nnd bad como to dessert, both nibbling pits. "Awfully nice, aeorgc, Isn't It?" said she. "I can't say I llko it," said George, airily. "Why. I think It ever so nice," persisted tho young wife as alio mussed It up with a fork. " Ii Isn't half ns njco ns ths pics my mother used I " but before ha could say moro she Interrupted with: "There yos go again with j-our everlasting mother I Ifor mercy, good na-s take slop telling rue what sho could do. I'm sick nnd tired of honrlug about her. Iknow thcro wns ncvernnyonti llkoher. I know I've ssld you know )ou ought to ba ashamed to ." And then oamo tho hot, miKi) iiliiu liars, pusniuguaci! omuryui awi run ning down bor cheeks defiantly--'' tears, Idla tears." What need to tell how she left thi tablo and how ho sat down In the reading-room unlit tho night wntrbmau canio to put out the I'ghta, Is there not a lesson or a moral hid In hero Ijcju-whcrut-IAXtf UM. I V 4' i - SB itw.sWa y&iiMiti,,.:m: n m rJffiste' .