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■■■1 ■ ■* ^* Slip ifupialt ^'ijjaaL IS V OSCYitl II. JOll.-VSTON. Hazlolmrst, Feb, n>, 1SS2. t SUKCBsMMOHib r»« •>.*naw.,»ww Terms; Two llollnis per annum. ia advance. .VtlveiiisementA inserted at on. dollar per >.puii*e, ten line, orlcwf, lor tie* tirsi insertion, nnd Hidy rents i Jill coiiiinininee. c.Toio.k. iw Trains on the Chimp*. Si. I.mi. hud New Oileans Kuitmad, me due at llaslrhnt'st it a follows: Coin*; Norlh—Nn. I.0:al p. in. No. :t. II. p. III. N**. 7. 1:51 p. m. No. 8:10 a. in. tioin^ Sontli No.". a.in. N**. t. a. m. No. 8 10:17 a. in. No. |t> j l:M| p. in. No. 11. !*:•’."* a. in. pENERAL pi^ECTCRY. county OflirrrH. T J. lTarpave, ShorilT. K A IU*. Dtpy8h*rin J. M. l.oWe, 4 r J. M. Nornun, Chancery t lerti. K W. Drown, Circuit C»e k. W. L. Al.unvorth, To»"nr*r. F. K J Terry, Ai*"vr. A. F. Kllpiitikk, Suireyor. Snerrviues —Chirucr 1’iic.N 1'* J1 1. W. V. Price, l***1 -■ r. M. llu'kiu, ML **• J. 11. Jor.rx, * I. M. .1 *:k». Boat.* Juilloa of tie* IVno<*. Boat I. 4. I*. 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ATTOKNKY AT LAW. lliuMiutvI. - - - MMwip|»l. II* IJ*. <. OII7.V, ATTOlJN K Y AT LAW. I!iul«hur*t. - Mt^i'-ippi. Olliii* in room of MuvoiV oil’ll «• liiulilin;;. SiHilal attfiitiioi k»'»“ *•" ColNftioii. IS. IS. .JInyr\. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ]fazlt‘litir*L MUoir^ippi. c. K. IMU«. c. K. 0»li». Oati* 3S Oatift, PHYSICIANS AND SPRUEoNS. llaxlcliuM. - - - up Mtaira over WilliaiuMin* Dru^ Sian*. Hr. C. 15*. I’urmll, PHYSICIAN AND SITUS EON. llaxlrlam-st. - - - Mii*ala»i|»l»i M2 IT* dorttffU. IlaxUlinrHt, - - - MfoMppi |IIot*si:, Sion ami Brour Paixtkxi* (•I.AZKIt. IvAl.'OJUNZE, PAl-KMllAXi.Kll All iip!it< l«*ft at Mr*.*r*. Wall <S WooA’h Simp, willln* utU-ml<«l to. iJO>3£5 PKIOTBSTCt DONE AT THIS OFEICii AT yew pPvLEANS j3PvICESJ Tlxt? ifnfterlly Cilrl. • We eojiy below -The Hutterlly l»til.' b\ tlmt sweet womanly writer. Mi* tit* II . .'i Vit I diuiSlit* lhn written a number of poems and i'll do tottehes die beautifies. Ott)\ a Inn» time n • *lie wait out of Vi* ksb ngs brilliant butterllle* bin tb. tragic death of her .voting whloweil sister, wlio Wiis bullied, call' d out tin warm woman! v In art under flu*** *itit t»*i • tl\ wings" and made lu rthe loving mt end-mother to the mpbau children let! t.*Sier tinst.] And sol !'iiv< in ver a heart. Save a htiUerily one, in my breast. A heart tooshallow lontiHwei yoiu owe Thoughelo »• to * "in own it was pres red. \b! sod" men judge in*, dear, J t.atlertlv lieoHed thing**. I, oltl? to make out lixevles- drnit We inirrow the bntterlly wings. Have von never known a jest, To bine a deep ht'.trt-throb? Have .vit never known the slightest laugh To smother down a sigh? liastv sp *eell oft hides A b; ai t that’s fall to the brim; Cn.jM. tti -!i to oiiug of tin lids May eitrtaiu ey» * grown dim. Shallow. indifferent, cold So \oii have judged me, dear » Hnaiile to iimieistaml the love Non gave me just last year. Hat when with anger* eye* You read these eurlhl.v tilings. You’ll seel had a faithful heart It I did have bntterlly w ings. And may In*. tu\ dear, my dear. I *p 11111n laud of li 1 • . When (Sod’s fair Dawn has shaken liuiid* With «;'.iill’s evanished Sight. Something may shine at your feet In t!;«• pure pathway ufjieail. Ami iH-rhap* von may care to timl waiting you •* Hi,- heait of you: llntteitly G it 1. Alttfdi (inis III lSSi. Through ut our Now 0. leans K\ ohangiH, and from partirs who have laic ’v visited tho Crescent City, we h am th * greatest activity exist* •itnotig tho i liicials of Carnival Court, an 1 tho whole city already resounds with tho dtu of preparation fer this, the Carnival of lb&2, which is to cclipso uil proceeding ones in the grandeur i f its c nceptiou, the ur.g* tiiticenco of its pageants, aud tho un p.t«iit(*iltil g iof .ta 0..c*i* ittl hpcclncolar display*. Tho city is j t»t entering on an era of improvement and cuccrss, ami the JdTurent rcerut organizati*. ns have determined th at tho Carnival t»f tin* year shall be in koepiug with the spirit of ndvanceraout which is roa’t if.- ted iu nil busim rs enterpriser,aud has given new life to tho winter city of this Continent and tl*o favorite oipital of “Hi'’ M ij-saty icing Hex. 'J’Lis year tho God aud Goddess*.** of Mirth and Jollity have taken tin Jj» asons under th* ir rpiei.il control, and the heavens smile propitious on tho fist-coining festivities. Tho prograintno will open on Tbuisduy evening, February If!, with u grand illuminated stroot pa geant and moving tableaux, by tho Knights of Mounts, a society rival ling tho Mystio Krew of Comus in the splendor and brilliancy with which Uuy carry om <rrry ueiau oi tho living pictur- s they represent, mul \vh it) vi ry nauio i*u guarantee lor nn entcr'alLinont woudorful in its uiapuificcuco and instructive in its v,d j *?t. This display is looked for ward to with much interest as the genera 1 intieduction of tho Electric lght nt tho hotels, theatres and prominent business house*, will cf itself be a fetiinro of tho ctoning and will udd a thousand fold to tho mag nificence of the display. After tin* street parade, thoro will bo tablenux aud a grand “Bui Masipio” at the French Opera House aud die week will bo filled out by a series of bulls aud public cntcrt.dn ineuts which will giTO amusement to all. Oa Monday, February 20th, at about 2 p. m., amid tho booming ol caanou, tin salutes of tlio steamer? and shipping, the cheers of tlio gath ered multitude, tho waviog of hand korchicfs aud smiles of tho cunem bled beauty of New Orleans, the “Good King It.-x,” tho glorious Mon arch of the Carnival, will dtaembar) at the head of Canal Btrcot, wherein ■ will bo received with Military hunori by the Nulioual Guard, after which surrounded ly the troops of hii household, and escorted by the Stall military, ho will pass through tin principal s’.reels to the City Hull whero ho will bo mot by tho Mayo: und city ofihials, and will thoro ic ceive from them the keys of tbg city « and ri sumo tho power delegated t thutn boforo leaving for Lis Fasten li -mo last year. In the evening, the new eocicty “Th? Kidgldscf Protect*’in a gran1 i illuminated street pagisot. Ou Tuesday, February 121st, nl noon, the revelry and j-dity of Mar di.fJjos will tako shapo under the control of 'King llux,’ when ho an sumea penmcnl command of his liv ing tfubjoctr, and crowned with jew els, and ducked iu crimson and gold ho luoVou with mej- btio luicu and kingly grace through t!io Blrccts of his favorito city, accompanied by lorgeonply attired courtiers, mom berr. of bin household, slaves, etc., and guarded by squadron after squad ron «>f hia choicest and bravest troops chosen fr «m tho chivalry of every land, and eft-Aing cv< ry luo guago under the cun. Wolds arc no* adequate to the description of tho grandeur of the scor.o, tho rich ness of the dresses, r’ M»w-s of the arms and (qOipmuuiB—a.» the gl tinour and fantastic wonders :»f the brijldent story of tho “Arabian Knights,” increased by childish im agination, are hero Mirpuiaed, and tho looker on leaves I ho fairy econo almost surfeited with tho beauties ho hits witnessed, vshilo “lb x'* r»r:d h e court (as ia usual) rotir«B iu fa vor of his cous«n, Cornua. An tho precession disappears in tho distance, ami 'hecrowd di-qiorsea for rent and n fruilnnont, darkness cr< eps over the giy city, and now lights begin to glimmer, and build ii.g alter building in iihrnrinaUd un til tin B'.rcets me u bla/.o of light, ami the crowd begins oneo moro to gather f< r the crowning entertain* ru'.nt i f (ho day. 'Tho Mystic Krew of Coinas/ it*( tho veteran Bpectncn'ar org.an;z»• tion of America, and its displays are looked f »rward to as the event of the Carnival. This ymr they will excel all former t flbrt.», nud presont a sc ries of taMuns that will eurpaso in beau'v and richness tho pen pictures of llyron or the wealth of the iuingi nation of Mooro, and must bo Been to bo appreciated. T ie grand Hull at the Opera House, and masked balls at the Academy of \lnui<>, St tlliu^o .'l^liruMo, mid at d< z .u other places, will wind up the day’s pleasure. Wednesday, February 221, tlio lo cal and visiting military v\i'l cele hrato Washington’s birth day, and tho display promises to surpass any forn.or parade of our Stato troops. The scries of holidays will close with tho anniversary and grand pro cession of the Now Orleans Firo De partment, on tho 4th of Much, which will bo ou u bc do as ologant aud imposing ns has ever been wit nessed, mid will bo in keeping with the eutortuinmonts preceding it. The tfiicers of the Great Jackson ttoutc awake to tho inter* sts llioy control, have placed tickets on Rale , at till stations at ra'es enabling all to j in in tho feslivitioa of tho Car nival. Funeral AtSdrrs* uy icoui. j ingersoll. In a remote corner of tbo Con grrsnional Cemcb-ry yesterday of ' icrnoOn, ft small group of poople! with uncorored bends larg'd around , 1 a nowly-oponed gravo. They iuclu* dod detectivo and Mr*. George O. Miller, and family and friends, who ; bad gutlurod to witness tbo burial of tho former’s bright little son, Har ry. Ah tho caskot rented upon the troMie.i, tl.oro was ft painful pause, . broken ouly by tho mother’s sobs, until tho undertaker advanced to ward ft stout, lloiid-compltxioned : gentleman in tbo party and wbi?por ed to him. This gentleman won Col. j Kobt. (I. Ingersoll, a friend of tbo j Millers, who attended tho funeral at their request. Uo ebook bis bead when the undertaker addicted him, and tkon said suddenly: "docs Mr. I Miller desiro it?’* Tho undertaker gave au affirmative nod. Mr. Millor lookoi appealingly toward tho noted orator, and then Col. Ingersoll hasti ly advanced to tbo sido of tbo grave, ‘ made a motion denoting a dosiro for silence, and in a voico of exquisito cadonce, delivered ono of Lis char '' ifcctcrip-t.io eulogies for tbo dead. The sccno wao iutcnscly dramatic. A ' fine drizzling rain was falling, aud 1 ovary bead was bont and eve ry car turned to catch tho impassioned * werda that fell from tbo lips of tbo ’ speaker. Col. Ingersoll was unpro tected by either bat or unbiells, aud bis invocation thrilled bis bearers ’ with awo, ouch oyo that bud previ ously been bedimmed with tears 1 Lrigbtoning, and Bobs becoming bushed. Col. Iugorroli said: 1 •»,Mv FniLXi's:- I know hew vain U '.in: c-A-WMMWWtd^ it in to gkd ft grief With Words, uul I yet I wish to tnko from eVery grave it* four. Hero ha this wond, where I lifo ami death aro equal king*, all should ho bravo enough to meet 1 wlmt all. tho dead havo rut t. The 1 fututo bus boon filled with fear, stained anti polluted by tho hcnrl lesfl past. From tho wondrous tr»o i of lifo the buds and blomuini fall ‘ with ripened fruit, nnd in the coni* ' mon bed cf earth tho patriarchs and 1 halms Bicop side by Bid >. Why should wo fotjr that which 1 will como to all that iu? vVo cannot i toll, wo do not know vl^cli is the grantor blessing--lifo «'r i)tiih. We cannot ray that death is not a good. Wo do not know if tho gravo is the cud of ibis lifo, or tho door of ano'h or whether the uight boro is sotur where cdso ft dawn. Neither cm wo tell which is tho most fortunutu— tho child dying in its m »thcr’s arms before its lips liftTo learned to f(»rui a word, or lie who j mincys nil tho length of life’s uneven road, painful ly taking tho last slow steps with stair and crutch. Every ciacle usks ur • Whence; and cvry cofliu “Whither?*' The poor b.ubarinu, woopiug over bin doud, ('fin answer theso questions as iut iJigently and satihf »ctoii y ns tlio robed priest of tho most uiuln n tie creed. Tlio tearful igoorunco of llto ot e is j ist as couHoling as the lourued and nunioming waals of the othi r. No man, standing where the horiz ai of a life has touched a gravo has any right to prophecy a future tilled with |)uin, and tears. It may l>o that death gives all -there is of worth to life. If those wo press and ►train against our hearts could never die, perhaps that l<*vo would wither from the earth. May bo this com-, mou futc treads from out tho paths ( betwcon our hcarU tho words ot Hclfuituos and liato, and I had ruth or live and lovo where donth is kit g. than hiivu otornal life whore iovj is j uot. Another life ii naught, unless wo know cud loro again the one who | lyvo us here.’ _ They wfco ►Ian3 (Sifting j hi'urts around this littlo grave need have no fear. Thu ‘ larger and the, nobler faith in all that is and is to bo tells us that death, oven at its worst, is only perfect rest. Wo know that tbron »h tho roinrnou wants ol 1 n life—the nreds and duties of oacli hour—their grief will Usson day by day, until at lust this grave will In to them a plaeo "f r« Rt and poact— j almost a j >y. Thoro is fir thorn this j conRolation: Tho dead do not Buffer. j If they live again, their lives will1 surely bo us good na ours. We have no fear. We ore till children of tlio ►auto mother, ond tho tamo fate awaits us all. WV, too, havo our rc-, ligio:i# and it io this: Help for the , livirg- -3' »pa tor tho dead ” Aw iboconclusion of Col. Ingor hoII’s rotnftths, tho little coffin, cover ed with buuutifnl aud fragrant flow ers was lowered into its rt sting place. —Washington P‘»st A Suicide s Singular Letter. Peter Gannon, who cuicidcd in N’ew York, tins left ft singular and rather readable letter for public po rusal. IIo committed tho deed in Central Paik by opening a blood vtfiscl, after having f dlod to kill himrclf by taking morphine, but did uot dio until after being convoyed to tho Koosevelt Hospital. Aftor writing at groat length on intemper ance, he projoedb: “I think my mind is well balanced and I have no fear of death. Whr.t ! littlo fear I did possess has been dis . sipaiod by tho fa ds of Spiritualism J Tho more act of dying id nothing to 1 mo, if thero is uot physical pain, aud 1 think I know something of tho country to which I am going. I know many* good men who Would leave tho worlJ to-day if it woro not for tho fear of death; and this samo is tho world’s groa’ost benefactor, | fur without it tho world would loose many g^od men long bifuro nature tdaimod them. I almost hoar men | aay, 'What a fool to die.’ llow do you kuow, you littlo ntora«, groveling ! in tho sand for jewels, groping iu tho darkness for tho essence of light soarching in tho haystack for colfiiii ness and dissipation for tho needed , happiness ? Can tho rich man ex tract happiness enough for his mill ions? or docs the thought that for every dollar that ho poravsaeH above his actual needs fouio other .hmnai j being sutlers embitters bis lcxuriesl | Bah ! this is making considerable ol • a urn.. u;ji leu j o! nu eloyi • into the Lmitl .*a ocean of eternity. ♦ * ♦ 1 Bi.lcel this placo to die in, first, boc.iso I want to die among tho trees; secondly, bccauRo I don't wish to bo dis'urbod, but to die idono; and last but not least, 1 don’t wish to put uny of my friends to the uxpenso of a fnnond or tho trouble and bo'her of aii inquest. I won! I iilce* n lock of uiy mothorfa bair, in m> • pocket, Lurried wi lli my body, and ! the lottor mulled to tho person iul* ! dressed ‘•Thoro hr something fascinating ! in the idoa oi dashing hoadl mg ,in full vig<w of youth and mental power across that gloomy mvalerian* boun dary—tho valley of the shadow of death, with tho charmiog nne**r‘n|n 1 ty whethor ono sli i.ll find h l’aru lino, . bohntiful und h «ppy beyond human conception, or a desolate howling wildi rnoea, or nothing.” In conclu sion ho writes: “What a beautiful evening! Just tho time to die. So by your leave, gods, I will make another assault on tho ofl. ctions of that coy damsel, death- -a thorough coquet to, who force* Iter favor* on those who do not want them, but cv-1 er lli h from the a-dent, earnest wo - er. Uut I will court you in ho bold a f:i«hiou this tnno you must yi* M. , How ono hairs to it !l ct ph}H?cd pain on one’s Fell! It «lid not both er mo a pin tide to ir j**ct and swal low morphino, but I do halo to slui-h into tny arteries. W« 11, by by eld world, I believe I’vo had enough of you. What Frightened Stonewall Jark'Oii. Gov. Jackson, of West Virginia, says: ' I rocol‘ect asking Stonewall, who wag ruy cousin, if bo bail ivor lieen fiigbtoncil iu war. Hot aid }<*.“, ot.ee bo l a 1 been considerably nnd :r n sense of fear. It was in tho ciiy ol Mexico. A cheat containing a large ! sum of money bad been put in Lieut Jackson’s charge, and to bo perfect- , lyvnociiro of*at he ordered it* cabled ^ to bis headquarters, in an old abbey or convont, and laid down there alone iu the room with it to steep, u sentind walking tho corridor out ide. Ho bad boon there iu b d only a fow minutes, and was getting drowsy, when bo distinctly beard something under bn bed, which lif ted up as if a man wassccrotod there. Jack sou said 1 o leaped out of bed and drew bis sword at.d examined tho bed and room in v tin. Jackson thon supposed lie bad bton possibly dreaming and resumed bis bed. Just us bo was thinking it was nil n mistake his bed lifted ugain, plainly aud with gomo forco. Ho started forth a second time, sword iu baud ■ and, behold ! nothing was there.! "This timo.’’ said bo, "I was scared . indeed, until my nttontiou was c. lied to a shouting outtido in the ( street, and then I found it was an enrthquako passing under tho City of Mexico that bad lifted my bod up and given me such apprehension. Medical Attendance by Tel ephone. A fow even in g* ago a physician of North Adams Mass., wis cdlod by i tclephono about otio o’clock at night, j j The eail camo from Jirigsvillo, about ; ! two miles awny. A child was tlioro \ suffering with cronp and in a critical I condition. Tho night was daik and i stormy, and-the doctor found nothing plcsant in thu contemplation of the ' ♦ rip ho was asked to make. When : 1 preparing to go out iu tho dark and rain bis mind conceived & bright ! thought, which was iram diatoty fol lowed by wets. IIo calleJ the Brigs villo bouse iu which the suflbror lay 1 and requested tho parents to bring it 1 to the tolephono transmitter. This was dono. Tho child coughod its croupy cough, aud tho doctor listemd intently to every souud that came from his patient. Ho presciibcd a remedy aud one of tho moinbrrs of tho furnily prepared aud administered it. The relief was immediate and tho recovery rapid. Tho doctor waited at tho telephone uutil ho heard ol the favorable result of his prescrip 1 lion, and then sought again tho ro poso of his roucb, pronouncing bles j sings on the inventer of tho tele phone*.—Hartford (Conn.) Post Ait editor wtote a head Him1, *A II«*r• j rible 111 mirier,* to go over a railway I accident, Imt though it was tho printer)1 fault that it got over the account t»f n wedding, tho editor wus the man thrashed all the sumo. \ WJmt J» ii BtiVto i>.<i >*y. Yickthorg ITaroM: Tbo N*w Or* leans Picayvno of last Sunday, pub lished in full tho recent nptoch ol \Ir. Davis. We clip thcrc-froin the passages, which are tho only ones iu tho on tiro npioch, that conld furnish a lying nssocia'od pn ns ngf'nt with tho slander»ih report, ho sc*ut over tho country, nn<l which was adopted and conwionted on hy p ipers that havo moro regard for tho venting of spito and malignity than for the ptthli hing of historical ttutli. Mr. IVivi.i said: "Brethren of a eansn mt lost hut sleeping, it malms mo hnppv to bo with you this day. Your hutory is wrltlon iu my I oarf, your deeds are graven on (ho tablets of tho history of heroes. Ii i i not, howovor, the iccollection of these great deode that gives me most pleasure, hut it is the knowledge that they were wrought in bcliulf of grand priuci* pah that are tho very foil .datior.R of ■ tho American Union- S a'cs rights aud solf-govcrument. Tlio princi pals you then asserted arc as neces sary fjr tho preservation*of tin* American Union as tho? w< ro when you Ntruek fjr them, and tho cxiu toi.co of tho host government the world ever saw, tho Aiuerican Un ion, is htill indissolubly bound up iu the priueipals for which you fought Be still ever ready t» fight f r this Union, ns I wrnld bo willing to un- 1 shout bo my sword f >r i\" Dancing: As A Vide Art, Interview with a New York Dinr ing Master: "What h your idea of tin* modern inodo of dancing? "My idea is that as it is seoa at public balls and bong Branch hops it h most inelegant, ill-bred, immodest and untieccss try. A lady who d iu cu.s well and gracefully maintain her independence of motion and a perfect balaaco. Tin monout site becomes a clinging vino and allows her hnad to rest on a man’s shoulder and his arm to embrace instoid of support her, ft-* shov/s not only r. shocking lack of n fincmcnt, but of good dancing, and impodas lmr j partner’s rooveinon’u as well as her own. “What do you consider the proper ‘•upport?’’ * The gontlcman nhotild tnko the lad) ’h right l.and in his left and she place her left hand upon bin shoul der, the fingers appearing in front The gentleman. a/K’U-d rest his right hand gently npor. tU) lady’s back near tho waist and both should stand on parallel lines looking over iho others right sh uthlor, the laydy turning her head slightly to tlm left. B ;th should bond tlic upper part o’ I ho person slightly, so that the shonldors should not bo nioro than four inches apart, and tho hands that are clasped should rom tin only a few inches from tho person, n >t al lowing the wild sticking out of Un arms recently adopted. Iu this grouping there is no raoro contact of person than a I idy taking a gon tlcmnn’fl urra f.»r wa king. But to put tho wliolo matter in a nutshell, ho vulgar and vicious, waltz vulgar* iy aim viciously, mo innoct’iil mid refined, iu u rifi.icd and inuocout manner. "Am ng what nation do yon fiud the best dancers/' "Forty ycart/ observation nnd cx pcriuncc has led mo to conclude that j American women nr** tho best dan cers iu tho world.. The Carmans nro V v very correct nud easy, but not grace ful; tbc English put too much strug* g!o into it; tho French nro inclined to angularity; bat tho American wo man is by nature supple and grace ful, learns with facility, nud has the vitality that takos tho place of strength. Those Unreliable licivs* |ini>iiv». "I don't kuow whether they do it i intoutioually or uot,’ said young Jack K inebitcr, thooghtfullj/butsomohow i tin so newspapers pass nround an aw > ful sm unt of unreliable information.' 'IIowj that?’ languidly inquired his I lunfiing mate, Jim L’Ardina. i ‘Why, I saw in tho Post last week ! that a poorjoung follow in SLIsaiU borrowed an umbrolla of a bauk Pres ident and (Lo mxt day reluruod it.’ 'liippin lie thu1!’ • 'Oh no, ha did roally,’ oontinaed Kftuobitcr; 'ho walked into tho bunk tho very next day and reluruod the unihrolla. The President was sr much astonished Unit ho called the | ycuug urn buck nud rnado him ciah« i i icr if a big Hali iy.’ •JJocnnno ho war. lionenl, ill.’ •Kxactiy m, you m*, a* 1 imvogol . ten ouo <>f tho firnt < >1 i. tm of t'lennuio paper, I tluught IM woik tho ennui ' racket bcfjro any of tho ether boys • caught on.' 'GjoU l' ‘So I muled nrom d In (be Nevada Iht ut .. it‘ 'dibcau to. ; lend mo u-, u>u .‘hero wun »•„ Director* <»•. cti.ig going on at tliOi time, so I thought i had 'em Hure.*’ ‘What did old money baga nay?’ ‘Hoeuid* ‘Why, it iM/t going to min for u month yet.’ 'i know whnt I’m about,'raid I; 'Junt. you lend mo an umbrella.’ So he told a cloik to. let tno hnvo one, aud take ten dullard for 6(C!uity.’’ • Gn at Scott!’’ “But that ain't (bo worst of it* ! When I looked ut the umbrella, I'll 1 ho hanged if it wasn't one that M* - henn bud borrowed In m mu two. years ago." So Jin n they both Jitcignrr>lfear#t*l mused over Hie sltrT'uojjuli^bilif i.f tho press.—San Fram-bco T st. ALL SORTS. “I iloti'l like that eat. It's gut ; plin* tern in if* feet!*’ wa* tliccMisenfa fuiir year old fm throwing the kitten away. A new work on etiquette wiv*: ‘Soup must be eaten with a s|mmiii.,* IVimiim who inv in the Imbif nfe:ttin;'i*iiu|> with a fork nr carving knife, will lie *!mv to adopt these new lilliglei! ideas. Wliat makes you feel hi iMieomfotl aMe when yna ate iM*vv-w w.i^askrd uteacher who was lceturin;; Ills pupil* on conscience. “My fathers leather strap," was the reply. “ilow diil you emiie to get ninn lcd.” asked a man of a very homely friend, "Well, you see." he replied, "alter I vainly tiicd to win several pi I* that I wanted. Mlnally turned my mleiilioti to one that wanted me, and then it didn't lake Inn# to arrange matteis.” We often hear of a woman marrying a man to reform him; imt no one evci lell.iol a man mairyiu^a woman tore form her. We 'men are modV'sl and don't talk about oar psitl deeds much, N'ew York Times. The Solid Muldooii make.; this toiich in# appeal to delimpient sub«crtl*cr*. “Gentlemen, we mint have wealth, tile nights are p-owiu;; cold, and this tiling of forcing a ten-rent mir-tuid plaster to do the w ork of an all woo) undershirt is »rmviii“ monotonous.” A yimn.'X man b'lin;; in Lcudvrtfc shipped to his little brother in St Louis as a elitist mas pit sent u choice donkey of the iliinyiutive . jiceirw known as llm .Mexican burro. The a,;ent! concluded that "band" meant "bureau” and re ported to Ills saj»erior[aci oid:ji^ly‘one btireiiu missiu.*; amt one Jackass over.' New Haven Palladium. A yoiili^ lady who was Mpiee/ed be tween two freight ears hiv> illicit' just like trying on a new pair of corsets. The mail who has «H knowledge a; his lingers ends should not late his uili's; lieuii“ht bite more than I e could con veniently chew. Po.-toji Truiiscrip. The truth always pays in the hut;; rail, is an old saying, ami tliat is the reason, probably, why there is m> little of it tidd at the be^imiiii^of any busi ness transaction. Somerville Journal. A p'litlemnii went into a Pearl .dree, dry-pants store yesterday, ami asked for ten yards of "nuked cambric.” "1 pies.i you mean undressed rombric.” "Oh, yes; that's it.”-—Albany Arpts. A Strnlglif Answer Wanted. One of the east boitml trains was heavily loaded, and a psisscupr who pit on at Ypsilautl walked throui'h two ears uiid finally halted id a seat occu pied by a small man ami a pub-bn;; and imiuiml: "Is this seat occupied?” "Of course this seal is occupied,, wan the reply. "Are Isith halves of this seat occu pied?” was the next tptcry. “Of course both halves ate oecu pied.” uni, my inemi, Haul tin* new arri val, IM lit* let go of hi* Nitrlirl, ’*1 want to bother you with one mote query Had you rather I would to>wihat grab - »*aek out of the window and nit down with you, or elittek you out and nit down with the grab liagf” The grub-hag man got mail at that and wouldn’t ride any where else than mi the wood box. Tilt' President’* Message. "Havo you road tho Preside ul’<i mess igo yot?" askod Krustas, as iiu g>i&.‘d fondly and lovingly into tho eyes of l or through whom ho hoped, ut somntimo in tho futuro, to capture a good bank account. "Yos, dcurost," replied she, "I com* plotod it ouly a fow days ago.” "Aud wlut do you think of it?” "Oh, I think its just too uwfully I splondid for anything.’’ "Yes, as u literary production it ia ; very good/ "Aud wasn't it j ist too lovely to | think that they got married at la*., i in epito of all tho fuss.” 1 Then followed a pause and llm • young mans mind wandered out into | tho back yard of the f itaro, and bo ‘ utkod himself wLut kind of a woman i that wonhl bo lo brir^up and edu* cato tho family of which he hoped tvs i bo tho father.