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VERMONT WATCHMAW & STATE JOURNAL, WKDNKSIMY, MAY 28, 1800.
3 Cbc Bouscboto. OmtrltatMu to topattmeiii mij b mi (Htnl 10 IK. T. B. HOfKIIMi (Uwporti Vt.. r dl rwtlyio Tiik Wati'iiman PVUIMIM Chm r a n y. IVstcil jteclptla BV BBTB. With the permleelon f tbe edltor, 1 will n'ttl my tnite tO the II lUaehold Bol uran, whicii I uaually look at Drtt. A cualard pnddlng, auch as thal for which Mrs. T. glvea 11 reclpe, is very good with buns OOt in two and aoaked in tnilk in itead ol bread broken la piecn, PCDDlNa s.r k. Oiii' cnp of tugar beaten wiih the yolk of one i-w, tum on a 1'iip f bolllng water; fUvor Witb letnon; beat tbe white to frotta and pour mi top Eoo Lkmoxatje, Ono white ol egg beateo stiff, one tableapoon ol augar, 0110 glaea of water, Julce ol one letnoni A dalieioUI drink at any time, but es pecially cooltng in fcvers. Cottaoe Hbarth Lkmoh Pie. Oue Hiice of bread aoaked in hot water, onecup ol tugar, the julce and graled rind of one letnon. Heat well together and bake Witb tWO crusls. This makea about n piat,and I bake it in a deep plate. Now that rhnbarb li iu teaaon, inatead of tbe regnlatton pie i lake a nappy, butter it, put In augar, eprinklingol flour, then rhubarb peeled and out in amall piecea. Add ntore sugar and cover witb a nioc biecnit erutl. When ready to aerve, tum it out bottom ilde up on a deep plate. Try it, sistcrs. - - fford Wlth Ulrla. Every girl deairei to be attractive, but many glrla make the miatake of thlnking that beauty la tiie flrat requi site. Thtaiaagreat miatake, Thepaet winter I bave been meeting tome yOUUg girls frequently, and have learned Botuo leaaona. o.ic of the prettieeti 11 not the preUiest, of the nuinber il the leaat attractive, becauae ihe ie eelfleh, Iler own comfort, her own pleaaure. appeala to her first, alwaya. She will make an engagement, and break it with ont the sliirht 'st hesitancy. Iler beauty gives her not the lea-t advautugc after the flrat weeks of acipiaintanee. Another uirl, whose hest friend OOttld not call her pretty, is wonderlully at tractive. The Other girls tum to her for auggeatlona, and they are usually followed. 11 she makea an appointinent ahe keepa it; if she takes the reapon libillty for any part of the work the inrls are attempting to lo, she does it thoroughly. Another glrl comea into the circle, sits down, folda her banda, and does not even take the trouble to look Intereated. Not long ago there was a picture ln Horper'a Bazar repre sentin a young aoofety girl and a glrl friend. The followlog converaation was Buppoaed to he taking place: What do you Qnd to talk about, meet ing the aame people bo conatantly? How do youmanage?" " I just sit and sniile and try tolook intelligent." The girl who triea t" look Intelligent must have a desire to nlease slrotii' enough to make her put forlh sorue effort, when she lueels people, to iuterest thera. It l a queetlon whether a thor oughly sellish girl is ever an attractive I one. There is another mistake we make that rolis us of both power and i pleaaure: we think ouraelvea aenaltlve when we are simply aelf-conacioua. We L'o through the world expectinz people to notice us to the exclusion of otheis, to lake extra Btepa to greet us; we deeide Irom soiue triding act that they do not think of us as we do of ; theiu: make ourselves miaerable by a thouaand lanclea that we abould never entertaln for a moment, and actually think ouraelvea auperlor to othera be eause we eutertaiu auch thoughta, " be- j canae we are so Benaitive." lt la not Bensitlveneaa, ii is out-and-out self consciousness, which is nexl door to aelflahneaa, and. when nnraedand cber iehed, is much more pernlcioua ln it effecta on the character. ll we atudy our own manners, we will flad that we are conatantly reaentlog what we are pleaaed to term " alignte," and as u conaequence are mauy timea rude, aml Intentionally rude. Now we can make up our minda to oue tblng. A aenai tive person is uever Intentionally rude. A sensitive lerson is quick to under Btand the mood or condition ol another, ratber than the expreaalon ol another'a feelings. Sensitive ineaus ijuiekness of uuderatandiug as well as qulokueia of feeling, and brings people closet together Inatead of aeparating them. If we wish to gain the love and iuter est of those whom we meet, we must lirst forsiet ourselves; u forgetfulness that itoea lar to oroduce the dealrable mcetiog n promiuent phyalctan, he urged lier to leu an ooulfati who dln covered delectlve vlalon. Spectaclcn propcrly adjuated cured the neadache comnletely. A lournallal who had been much liniited in his professi.m for years, and feeling certain that he was not uear-alghtea, attended a ilater to an ocullat'i offlce. The ocullat lookod nt hlm tharply, aaked aome qneetlona about hla eyee, which led to an x amlnation that ravealed that nature -II nature makea her s ilectlona lor the profeaalona t ie followed hy her chll dren meant the journallat for a aea c apiain. Properly arranged glastea re moVed the trouble, and the j lUmalial is untrammeled by " weak oyea." aa be had been lu the nablt ol tbinking his organa ol vlalon, when tbe real dlhl eully was " itrong eyee." How t DMtroy Motha, Olose all the WludoWB and all doora lcadiin; from the room alout loundergo treatment, opi 'i wlde eaoh drawer and closet. and haug the coiitents over chaira or upon a clotheahorae broughl into the room for Ihe occasion. Take a piece of gum-citmphor, as lurge as a baiel'Uut lor an ordinary room (as large as a walnut for a room twenty by aixteen), pnt it ln an Iron pot and place the lalter withlu another iron pot or upon an iron stand. Sel lire tolhe camphor. It burns very Bercely, so set it at a tale diatance frim furniiure or bangiiigs; the mtddle of the room is the beat place for it, unless this be dircclly undera chandelier, lu which casc it can be plaoed more toward the tide, as the heat is apt to injure the gilding or brone. The denie smoke soon per meates every nook and corner and suffocates every insecl Ihat inhales it. Canary blrda or goldflih are to be car ried from the room before begiuning operations, and as soon as the camphor beglna to burn the operator may leave the room, as, provideil she has takeu the above precautlona, there will be no danger ol the lire apreading. The cam phor Will burn from a quarter to half an hour, but it can be extinguished at any moment by placlng over it a stove lid or the cover of the pot. Let the amoke reroain ln the room about half an hour, then open the windows wide. leaving them so all day. After a lew boura airing the traceaol amoke will be scarcely noticeablo. All the rooma can be trealed thua in succession or all at once, a care being takcn to guard against lire. Harper't Bcuar, tibcrt'tscmciTt 5. WESENDBVMAIL Cnrp. HtNS LAV SmallPacks50--jPostPaid. 7s l itnolatcl) part and hinhiv eoncentmted. on.' ounoc i- trofUj n pound 'f knjr othpr ktml. Btrlctlj' n miKUcim, i l- ilvcn ln ihe r. hHi. on lailv. in smll n pppvpnti wm L'rei nii dlMsan ol hrtu, Worth it- vrelahl in gpld irhen nena are niiniiiiiiu. and la kaep Uioni hpaithy. Imitlmonlnli aont tne bj mall. A-k v..ur dnwL-ui. vnicer, trenoral atorc, "r Ceed drnliT fnr It ir you can'l w i It, irnd M niici' ie, ii- Take nu otnef klnd, Wn in wnd npotjmlO Iit mall aa followa i A n -, enlareed, pipgantljr IUutnilMl cony of n l'AHMKits- POUtTHV kaimno ODIOK" (prtoe ceiitai tclli how i" make monps wlth a lew hens), aii'i ov. -nuitl iia.'kaK,,H cr I'uwii.-r fr mi i-.-hn: .r, tino large i i ii.iuii.1 ean and Oulde, (1.30. BamiHe riapaage I'owdi'r, eenta, Bve fnr i.ki six lanre picnrrae prepald fur Si''"i Btnd Itampa "f oaan. L s. Johnson & eo.. M uaatoal H6HM Btrcot, DuawBi mM Hlisccllunn. NEW ISSUES 1 )envei orks, ( lounty, Electric untls, School N. D.. Gas Arizona, Bontls. M., Bonds, londs, 7 5,000 West 65,000 (irand 1 32,000 Cochise ;.o,ooo Denver s.oocj San luan County, N. 8,000 Lisbon, N. II., Water Bonds, Also Choice Six Per Cent Denver City Loans, 4 1 Fd. Bonds. 2 s. 6's. ;'s. 6's. 6"s. 5 s. E. H. ROLLINS & SON, Concord, N. H. Boston, Mass. perfect days in JUNE The San Miguel Gold Need Perfect Lajs lor June And here thej are! ; IN SHEET MUSIC FORM ELUHL ALiiveSoin! - - Van de Wdter. MIZPAH. Adam iieiM. SI'JNAL bells at sea. sonz. w. S. Ilays. OLD I10J5E fCWH 01 THE PARI, DHfjOlS. (Joilee Charlotte Buase. Bweeteu and flavor one plnt of thick cream with coffee. Beat stitT with an egg-beater. Soak one tablespoonlul of gelattne iu oue tablcspoonful of cold waler. lissolve with one tablcspsoon ful of hot water. S rain into the cream. Stir well. Line a inould with lady-tingers. I'our in the cream, and keep on lce. O.ie tablespoonful of water will not cover the gelatine, so it i must be atirred occaaionally, that it may all become soflened. About three tableapoonlula of powdered sugar will be enough to sweeten the cream. II ivr tbe coffee very siron for navor Ing; one-fourth coffee and three-lourtba water boiled will make it right. Beat the cream untll it is thick, setting tbe bowl containing the cream on a pan of ice; this will ruake it thickeu quicker. The gelatine inav be dissolved iu hot water or hot coffee, aud then straiued through a coarse cloth or wire strainer into the cream. The object of usiiiir the bil of gelatine is to keep the whipped cream atiff, Cut the ends ol the lady tiugers s juare across, so they will staud up iu the inould; leave a little apace between them. Pour the cream into the ceuter of the inould, trlm the liugers evenly around the lop, so when the rus.se is turned out il wi keep its proper ahape, and aot away on ice for an hour or more. spoiiize cake may be uscd in place of the lady Qngera. Qood llousekt jiing. Lauadry Leasona, Stains cauaed by aewlng-machine ol) may be removed bv rubblng the spots iu a weak aolution of ammonia before n waahlng the garment, To preaerve the color of black ging ham or aatine gowns, prevloua to wasii Ing dip them in boillng suds or iu aalt and water. Dry in the shade. Tby making atarch for collara in this way: Take tiie necessarv amount of good atarch and dlaaolve iu a little water. ('ook three-fouith.s of it lor ten mluutea, atirrlng it olten, and when it is partly cool add the other fourlh. It will be both white and Btlff. For waahlng ball a dozen blanketa, use half a pound of borax dissolved in I'our quarts of bolllug Water, with half a pound of white soapcut up in il: add plenty of warm water. Apply a little borax to soiled spots, rul.bing alightly, then gently iqueeae the suds from the blanketa, Hmse iu lukewarm water, thesanie temiieiature a- washii)''-siu V1S10NS 01' KES! rAN'SE BXISSAISE. - -EDELWB& GHile ffalll, PATTLE WON. Tnuamlial WALTZES. F. T. B'kei. - - - - F.T. Baker. T. e. VuUrtieci, M E. Ilolsl. IN BOOK FORM Placers Company OF COLORADO, President, and JAMES GILFILLAN, Treas- a a n urer ex-ireasurer 01 u. b. SAPBATII DA l "II for I'lano. Ver beautffiil mutlo. Uore Inan tnny taored uirs Arranged oy Leon Keaen. nPKHATir i-i iMt ( 111 1.1 ( 110N beatoxtne muilcoi iiiiictevu i.i.-r.i. Arr.ntt,'tMi ft.r I'lano. VOUNO IM.AVKRS' l'Ol'JJLAH COL1.KC TIONi l-'itty-nin- rery eaay Kno rery Rood plecea, CLvssic roui: hanii ciiixkction. Ntuetet'ii I'Ulni lllU'lf,. HlKlily jiruKfrl l,y K'nod ( plaren. 11 ixo CLASSIC8. Volnme '. Marreloutly x 1 pleeea,aaare tlioieof Vouiiaa 1. BOKO CLA8SIC8 Volnme. Grandmaslc. 50 ceuls 35 cent: 40 cenis 40 cems GEN. BENJ. F. BUTLER 60 cents 50 cems i Ai'ti twt't $r piier maittU fvr reiull pHrr, irAfrA, Of at'tt uiie c' tlu i'ii'fi wr boott UQOtt fl.cc ttoued, f 1.1(0. OLtVER DITSON COMPANY. Boston, Mass, For the purpoae of thoroughly equ- Tli(, j ping Hie propeity will continue for a 1 bnef period only to sell stock at $4 50 per sh ire Stock full paid and non-assessablp Par value. $10 The price will be advanced durimg the present month. With the cofb pletion of the proposed additions to the present working plant, the best authorities report that $600,000 net annual prolit is entirely piacticabl& equal to $2 per share yeai ly dividends IMES GILFILLAN, - 8 L'ongress Street. WHY- Treasnrw, Waste Money ON LAMP CHIMNEYS Marlo ol' conimon Rlsg, when you can buy The Jewel Top which Slilllfl we grow older, is of beauty, Ohris- qualitv we call altraciiveness, a 1unlity sueien anu ur quitaiy. thal we Qnd, as quite Independent iVi'i Union, gTiio B- t Ciin-St M'liciM-g i llO'y. EVbK IVlAUt.. I SvStwllldrlvctlioIIuiiii fnMii..ui I II a'' &Vi-l''.'n and mi li- TIiom- ''ePjhwPlmplei nd Bloti ihe 1 '. ' kxwlil.-lnimr vnr iH'iuiltrn 3 X O, '-'Sfcvan' cuuaeil bv Impuro Kwfew m-mm-mi U- lJfA M j N. H. DOWNS' I l.VV"i'.'.i cheaueah4 ." -S, I VEGETABLE BAL8AMIC I mcUlclno. T! il, au-f'V. '-., 0 3',;i:, . AV-, P I IV I Dl DOMTWAIT. GBTlTATOSCak 1 M "j KttBJ ' (7 j'liv-yyrri'- I ! wm I A i R L "V.i mn.piii n BirrEitsim. I B I - BIB .... Bll t t ... 111 'S yairs and 1 . Inlv, ."; 00.. . , ko.1 1. I( uulilUUinlr (0 llii1 henl ol' any burner with o u t lirriikiiiir. for a trlfle To inori Aak your dealer for it and lake no other. ft-.v Every 'hlmney is labeled and wrap ped in pluk paper. Manulacturtd onl, b, DITHRIDGE&CO PITT8BUEH, PA. I :t I'fllt StMHIIi" I" Buaiou.MAM.ttor bol moxllcalwor One Cauae f Headaehei An optioian recently said what will not surprise the tboughtful, that women's eyei are weaker than men's. lle aaya that much barm is done by the careleaa aelectlng of giasses from an optlclan'a tray wlthout having the eyes tested. lle warns all persons who begln wearlng giasses against careless uess iu the Ont choice, aud says that inueh of the chronic lieadache is due to impcrfect or iguorautly selecled giasses. ' This may be described," he says, " teehnloaily as being bypermetroplo with mypoic asligmatism, or invopic with hviieriuetropic astii;iiialisiii m TiihiiK will be no white stieaks or patcbea Indlcatlve of atarch if cotton gowns ure thuslreated: BoiltWO quarts of wbeat bran in three gallona of water for half an hour, nuttlng the bran iu a thln bag. Cool the llquid until of th.' proper teinperature ; then wash the artiolea ln this and dry wlthout rinsin-. Iron before entirely dry. There will will be no perceptible loss of color. ( the dresses are much soiled, rinse iu clean brai.-.vater. Itirror "mi Farmer, THEBE is more catarrh in this sec- tlon of tbe country than all other dia eaaea put together, and until the last few years was supposed lo be inctirablc. Por a greal many years dootora pro nounced it a local diaeaae, and pre- scribed local reinedicH, and by con slantlv failiiiL' to cure with local treal- togi fnr ftfty-nlne a proved litaelf the kinivv ii fnr tbe cure of THE CRANDALL - almpler language, being long-alghted meut, pronounced it Incurable, Bci with short-siuhtcd asligmatism, or short tiighted with long-sighted astigiualism. Iu cither of these cases no giasses that are oompounda of convex curves or concave curves only, even spheres and cyllndera oomblned, will glve rellef: it is only when the exact couibiimtiou of convex spheres with concave cvlin ders or concave apheres with convex cyllndera, is found that the person who is troubled can see without atraln." A young dressmaker kuown to the writer sulfered cruelly for live years from lieadache, and had spent more of her substauce than she could atTord in trying to effect a cure. Accideutally ence lias proven catarrli lo ne a consu tuiional disease, aud therefore requires conatitutional treatment, Hall'a c.'a tarrh Cure, manufaotured by F, J. Cbeney & Co., Toledo, Ohlo, is the only constitulioual cure ou the market. li is takeu luternally in doaea from ten dropa to a teaapoonfuli lt acis direotly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They oHer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Scud for circulara and tesliinonials. Ail dress F. J. Ciiknky ft Co., Toledo, Uhio. Cjf Sold by druggists. Seveuly-llve cents. MODEL TYPE-WRITER, Price, $75.00. INHTAN1 l l CHANUK UhK TVfK, WHITING l.WAs is BIGHT. HKKrECT AM HKltMAMKNT ALIONM KNTi Seml fnr vatHluKiiu ml Haiyjilfn ul wurk. aaeiaai Crandall Machine Co, New Yurk Offllli 35a Kruudway. Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, and all Luna Disoasost in younff or oUl. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Price, 85oM "(. 11.00 per tKttl HZWET.JCSlISSlIiLOED, Propa., BurUnetoa.Vt. DOWNS' ELIX1R I 4Hi- lf lll It I I I i' .in' I n h- urltl. 'ttr unequal" d, anu to mlfoajiiM our au riir uo- lUwrwill mll It 1 1 tu t)MK I't H-N in ahty, ftlKvt. Onl tttuaf Mbn wiitr tu ua ai Wll W iiiakr ur- of thi' i hmu r All you liavr luOo in rrliun la t" UHtM our tttDKls to th .M mho n- youi nelarbb, tb an) iii"p aiound vmi tlu bt" lt -n i.i ii u i f tltla adirtii nn nt ah'iwa f tie amall emt "i ''" t lr- i ln- ni i t iiMiuf ot it r .iin cti i o Q I 1 WHAT 15 COIW; ON 'MnELHB I oc x Ul co z i 1 I 1 iCDCC nhL .. ii,in . a Tranalatloa rroa lartlali TblBfM nBf lir. iik in iitnl l.ritr imny jnur fOld, Tlu orntl flftrtii nitiy iny pnt htafthitona low, v our dati nu- Mtblaii dvbtof dbi wlthhold, Vmir BBldl mft ti'il n liirii thi 1,'raln f OU nw. a ipBnatlirtfl hichuiii iii rour coil nui Uvti Toaritilpt niiiy foumltf with tliBlr pnolom stor c II ul ni-iillli bVltOWtd U MfB, lor uliul ynu KlVt( Aml iiiiit Blofii ii rotiri fonvfrtnorv. ir. c. Bntnt, Arnold at Tleoaderoga Il is in the inlensl of Ihe faotl of hlatory that 1 record roj uonvlotion that Arnold W8B not with Allen and his party at the oapture of Ticonderoga, and did not arrive there until severul days after iis cajpture, I am well aware that Ira Allen, tn his hlatory ol Ver inonl, and Dr. Wllllami slate thal Arnold, with a commiaaion from Maaa Rchnaelta as colonel, arrlved at Castle ton before Allen lefl there, and claiffled of Allen the i-iirtit to aupplant hiin In ihe command of the espedltlon, and thal they atate, moreover, that he rc- newed the deiiiand on Ihe moming ol tbaalOth of May, when about to attempl lo entet ihe fortreaa, Theiratatementa have been copied by iieaily all his- loriana aiuce, and have been aecepted as true by the people at large. Njver thelcss.the slatcmeiils of Ira Al'n n aud lr. Willianis are dircclly contradtcted by othera. whoae knowledge of the facts of the case and enlire honeaty cau not be successfully inipeached, and eapeclally by one whose word, were it not inpported aa it is abundantly by othets and by iniiny Corroborallng cir cumatanoea, appeara to me to be abao lutely concluaive, Nathan Beman was Allen's guide on that occasion. Me was oighteen yeara of ni, intelligent and boneati lle had as a boy ilayed wiih ihe cbildren of the offioera of the fort, and kneW every nook and angle of it. It was becauae of his intlmate knowi edge of the fortreaa aml ihe grounda around it, and hi- general IntelRgence, that he was selecled by Allen for this reaponaible duty. From the ctrcum Btancea of the case he was by Allen's side COntinUOUBly. This Nathan Ue man must have kttOWU the facts of the matter, and he alwaya and repeatedly asserted, iu the moBt poaltive inanner, in after years thal Arnold did not ac companj tbe expeditlon, waa not jiies eut wiih the pariy on the nlght ol the altack aud capture, and did not arrive at Ticonderoga till sevcral daya after its capture. Beman'a teatimouy was fully aml often corroborated by many othera who had knowledge of the facts, not did Kthan Allen, in his BCCOUUt of tbe atl'air, make Ihe leasl meution of or alluaion to Arnold as being present un til after the capture of the fort. The facl seems to us as lirmly cstablished as competent teatimony can eslablish any fact of hlatory, that Benedict Arnold was not wnn tne expeuuion, ana naa no part whatever iu the capture of Ticonderoga. 11'. . lt. Murray'a ' Lake Champlain and its 8hores., A Langhable fnoldenti Henry M. Stanley, although not an old mau by any tneans, has hair as white as snow, theelTtctof the danners be has encountered and the prlvatlona he has endured, aud he is as ahy as i ever. inaeeu, nu oacKwaraneaa and diffldence iu civillsed aociety is one of the moat remarkable traits of his char acter. During his last atay in London, when he was in such constaul demand in aociety that life became a bore to hlm, he was present one evening at a very swell affair, and the attentlon paid lo hiru was so annoying that he was 1 delighted when he had au opportunity of alipping away unnoticed. lle found i a qufet corner in the amoklng-room, I and was enjoylng a ei'ar, when a apruce youug fellow, who, it turned out, was a lieutenant in the navy, came up and engased hlm in converaation. inley a Burpriaethe lieutenant be gan lo lell bim all about Africi, and it soon became evldent that he did not know he was talking to the great ex plorer. Other liatenera atrolled iu, aml pretty soon there was cjuite a crowd liBtening to the young man telllng the most aatoniahing thinga about the H.irk Continent, the Congo. the Shire dis trlct, the native races and so on. At 1 flrat Stanley tndeavored to correct his miatakea, but the lieutenant knew bet- l li r, aud so he permltted hlm to talk on. j Finally this extraordinary and laugh able acene was brougbt to a conclualon by one of the guests sayiug: " But, tir. Stanley, you toid us ' liSianley!" I cried the lieutenant, "Is this Stan ley, the African explorer?" Cer taluly," was the reply. The lieutenant L'ave one look around, tried to speak. flusbed acarlet, and then daabed out of ihe room, followed by a roarof laughter, in which ivm Stanley jolned, Ex, the biisc of the Kneky Mimtitains and Ihe Lake of ihe Woods there are sonie three hundred oi theee marks. The Brltlah governmeni placi s post every twomiles and the uOlted Blatei one bctwcen. Thtae posts are caat-lron, aml on eaefa is ihis Inacrlptlon: " Con ventlon of London, October ih, 1818." Where tbe line croaai s ihe lakes there are itonet eight feot above blgbwater inark. in fact, there la an nnobatructed path aloni; this boiindnry In ni Lake Mlcblgan to the I'aelSo coaat, David ucnderson, in CMcago IVibunt. a Rew DogCollar The latest tblng in don-collars would Reem to be more odd than ornamental. The Collar llself is made of white painted metal aml ekattly reaemblea a dada'e hlgh white coiiar turned out at the two polnta. Itound ihe collar la a narrow band made like a white craval, only in red or blue, and similarly lied In a slilT little bow iu the Iront. 1'ioin the bOW banga a allVer bell, and the collar is tnarked lnalde wiih the alae, the aame aaare the white linen onea which it Imltatea. Think how dellctoualy con aequential a fal png would look walk Ing along in his most dignifled manner arrayed in one of theaef Kxchangt. Promotlon at a Bonnd A Dutohman, whose son is employed in an Inettranco offlce, waa met by an ac quaintance, who Inquired: "Well, Mr. Snider, how is Hans gettiog alontr in his new place?" " Shooat sphlendid ; he was one of the directors already." " A directorl l never heard of such rapld advancement the young man must be a genlua." " De vas; he shoosl write a apblendid handt." "(Jh,yea; plenty of people write good banda, but you said Ilans was a director.-' " So he vas '' (iiulinalitly); " he dirccls them circulara elgbt boura efery day already." Au Epltaphi The tollowing epitaph is on the tomb of Kdward Courteiiay, Karl pf Devon shire: " i expect to jiass through this world but once; if, therefore, there be any kindness l can show, or any good tblng I can do to any fellow human be iiis,'. let me do it now. Let nie not de f er or neglect it , for I shall uot pass this way Bgain, Let this be mv epi taph: ' What 1 speui 1 had. What 1 iaved I lefi beblna. What I gave away I took wiih me.' " Mrs, John a. Looam alwaya had the reputation of being a brigbt and origlnal woman, but she has outdone heraelf in organialng a traintng school fnr female domeatlca. lt is said that Mis Francea E Wlllard, Mrs. .). Kllen Foster and Miss Kate Satiborn are to be her assi-tants in the proj.;ct. I'n- der such managemont it ouht to be a aucceaa, for there is certainly a demand for tralned domeatlca. " Dr." JOSEPH HlLL is in trouble at Philadelpbia for prescribiiii: a poultice ol white ben, stolen by the light of ihe moon and cut iu two while siill llviug, for Jamea Cooper'e Inflamed eyes. J.nues' motberlnlaw paid the"aoc tor " J4.60 for this preecrlptlon, and now she has had him arrested. llocU- tsttr Dttnocrat and Chroniole. cl cmpcrancc. Mrs. Jtjdge Fostkr of Quebec, pree Ident of the Dominton Wouian'a Chrie tlan Temperance Uuion, who would be the next prealdent of the World'a Woman'a Christian Temperance Cnion, by preacribed order, in May, 1800, has, With her associates iu execulive com mittee, expressed the wish that Miss Francea Wlllard, the preaent president of the World'a Woman'a Christian Tem perance Union, ahould continue to till the offlce durins another term instead of Mra. Judge Foater. This honorable courleay is appreclated by all white rib-bonera. All TaiifrltMl l. You think voil need IIKIII , ooke dttln ilislv a wiie, vouiil; do you?" said Mr. Kajonee, as he i at the agitated youtn, who was j; on the edi;e of a chair and nerv twirliuu a hai. And mv ilauiihter eye: AYEM0RE would lill the blll, would she?" She would, indeed, air," replled the young man, with a gnaatly attempt to appear at ease. " As the men who start news- papera aometimea aay iu their pros lectuses, sbe would ti:l a lont; weiit fauld I mean, of courae, a weng lont felt or raiher a fong lent wait no, a wrong foui welt indeed she would, Mr. Kajoues," peraUted the bewil dered youtb, ' though I abould have , a fang " Ueorge, Kajonea. comlog to his you said anythlng to Xo, sir; I thought 1 to you lirst." " Well, rifi.itt i ur i Of it.btilk ll i grami. donblf rr W . . . I - - I. i U at Ivaat, frniit tlir UM. aLotit tli oaji vinrrla'H BrtU "r11-" Ht 44mv.ll iiALU I ' ' " Wi tm hII rtiin aa i UHtvr k3 WANTED. Local or Tu Kull ohptoi M .M.. N vurlftlt.1 af MuVMfl BtopB in Uie w KnKlunil Stulm. O.mhI l'.,y niid SIf..ilv I ini.l... ln. lll t'OI.riWHIA M IM HV I IIHI AM, llni IIKS I nu. N, V. said. ol course Interpoaed Mr. rellef, " have Laura yet?" ' OUght to speak Geonre." said the vouns ladv'a father, " kindly take my advice if you can'l get that proapeotua untangled before you aee her agaln, ou'd better aend a more experienced canvasser." ( 7 DO0O IWOUBJIi Nut au Imaglnary Liae 1 was talking with an acipuaiiilance about leuuths, metes aud bounds, and he said iu the couvcrsatiou that there was UOtblng but au imaginary bouudary between this ( onntry und Canada. Vou know 1 used to live in Canada aud I happen to know better. Now, the liue from Lake Michiau to Alaska is marked by iron pillars, earth-iuouuds, limber cleariugs aud cairne. Between A CHICAGO school-teacher saw a group of b iys COUntlng the nuinber of holes in soiue eards. He called oue of them to the desk aud Inalated on kuow Ing what ihe eards were for. The boy hesilated. but linally said that a saloon keeper who had his vi'.e deu near the school building had gtven them the eards, aud every tiine they look a drink he punched them one hole for beer, two for atraight drinks and three for mixed drinks. Kvery month he gave prizes. The boy who had the most holes punched iu his card not a revolver, the lecond a life of .lesse Jamea and the tbirda meerachaum plpe. loes this recital of outraneous infainy need lo have its moral " pointed Ioes not every father and mother and every human being, with eveu oue of his live senses intact, know thal his S.i tanic Bfajeaty could not devlae a more viilainoua aobeme for perpetuatlng the borrlble traiiic in ntoxtcaiing liii iors? ' Huw lon, oh Lord, how lonn " are we to j;ive our boys as fuel to this de- vourlng giumili and how long wilt tbou permlt this aouldeatroylng tratiic to curse our " Christian ci vilization?" 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