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A CHINAMAN'S BOOK.
m>M H. Thought or Honor, on.I Thin,. In tho Wootnm World. In the latter part of the last century a Chinaman. Ong-Trve-Hao b>* name, made an exteiuletl tour through por tion* of Europe. Oi returning to Ills native country. In tlm year 1791, he ■et forth tlio results of his observa tions in s book which he called "The Chinaman Abroad, work, which was translated into En glish. is nowsenreo. It contains many amusing descriptions of European cus toms. F rom the preface tlio follow, jug is extracted: "European countries aro originally on the outsldo vorge of civilization, and their being now assimilated to the villages of our inner land is en tirely owing to the virtuous influences of our august government, which transforms those distant and unknown regions by the innate force of its This curious ma jesty. In hi s account of the different na tions visited by him tho author says: ••The Dutch inhabit the northwest corner of tho ocean. They have high nosos and red hair, white faces and gray eyes. They do not allow their beards to grow. Their coats are clean and neat, with short bodies and row sleeves, while their gait is light and nimble." Of til a French ho remarks: "Their dispositions are violent and boister ous. • • • Whenever tho Dutch are insulted by the English thoy de pend on the French for assisianco. The kingdom of Franco is large and the population numerous, so that the E iglish are somewhat afraid of them. "The English are denominated by the Chinese, An?-mo (red-haired peo ple); they also dwell in the northwest corner of the ocean, vurv near to the D itch, whom they much resemble in person and dross, but their language and writing are different." Referring to customs and Europeans, be writes: ''Every seven days there is a ceremony dav or Sabba'li. when from nine to eleven in tho morning they go to tho places of wor-hip to rocite prayers and mumble charms, the hearers hanging down their heads and weeping as if thoro was some thing very affecting i" it all, but after half an hour's j abhor they are allowed to disperse, and away they go to feast in their garden houses, and spend the whole day in delight, without attend-1 I n ar ing to business. "When Europeans make an enter tainment, they set out a long table, at j which scores of people sit d is called a feas . or festa, j vn, which nd, wh *n ! the stringed instruments play up, men and women stand opposite each I other a id dance, which is called j dancing, or tandak. "When a young woman Is marriage able a ho is allowed to select her own partner, who is called her lover ot sooka. If thoy are fond of each other they dance together in order to settle the match. "Wiv <•» iti'o called nial <if mistress, and tlio men are very much afraid <>) litem; the nffsirs of the family are all under their control." Onjj-Tue-Hao was also an ohs naturalist as well as a philosopho! au<l politician, as tint following do sct'lptioii, inkeit ftotit lIlls lutcruslitij: bool;, will sltow: ■'Tit ' ink monkey is common in tli< northern regions, ami Is about four ot live inches long, an unusual instinct. Its eyes am like cornelian stones, and its hair is jet black, sleek and flexible, ns soft a< a pillow. It is very fond of eating thick Chittesi! ink, and whenever peo ple write, it sits with folded hands snil crossed legs, waiting till the writ ing is finished, when it drinks up the remainder of tlio ink; which done, it squats down as before, and does not frisk about unnecessarily. used to keep one at tlio head of his ink stone or in tho middle of hi. *"al box.''—A'. T! /'rets. •ITIIlg Il is endowed with OngTae ii Discipline in the Army. I lieanl yesterday a remarkabh s.try of Unitod Slates army discipline. A certain eommandin" ofliccr in one of our lonely military entposts enter tained a great aversion to a subaltern under bis command. It was an open soerct that this Commanding offleor had, on more than one ocrusio.i. pressed Ins intention of ruining the young fellow. Tlio threat was not heeded; but somo tiino afterward the little post was astonished to learn that it was tho intentio i of the command Sng officer to hold a court-martial upon this officer for having been drunk while on duty, civilian and soldier, ns it was well known that the nccused guilty of drunkenness than any-of the other officers. But the fiat went forth, and officers from other garrisons were summoned to attend tho court-martial. They assembled at this post, and all proceeded to get most uproariously drunk. Their sprees lasted so long that it was impossible to hold the court-martial, and, as far ns I could learn, tho proceedings went summarily dropped. If that officer Is wtso lie will ask to ho transferred, and if he has the bravery he should take an early opportunity to expose this sample of mill'ary life in the distant outpost* of tlte West .—San Francisco Post Fortune Was Unkind. "Confound this state of things!" ox claimed Uio Discarded Cigar Stump, as it nestled closer to the curbstone. "Why. what's tho matter now?" asked tbs ex-Chow. ''Matter enough. I'll be found and nmdo over Into a oigarottc." "Yes," rejoined the other, "Fortune I* unkind, but not to you alone. I loo. will share the same fate." —Philo 4-lphia Call lie as iu nn of in ho 'em ence him right from de down Press. X Tli is ainazcil was tie more FULL OF FUN. Ills he En to en ■"-Tbeie Is a post-office In Virginia ealled "Blacks and Whites." —'l lm great auk is an extinot bird, undoubtedly its groat auk-wardbess proved fatal. -Cats are the poets of the lower Animals. They alone cultivate the nmw'9. —PUitbnrgh Chronicle. —Tho hotel clerk, who confidingly accommodates a stranger. Is apt to Ind. to his grlot that ho has cashed a man's cheek, instead of his chock — Puck. — Waiter—"Have some Saratoga chips, salt?" Westerner—"Nawl 1 won't Imvo no Saratoga!'chips. Fetch ma a Michigan saw-log and a tooth pick."—Cri'Mo. —Mistress (at breakfast) — "Bridget, I told you to always bake the pota toes, not fry them." Bridget—"Yis, muui; but it's not mcsilf that can ate baked potatys siviu morn Ins in tho wake."— N. Y. Sun. —A little girl was eating green by gnawing it from tho cob, when her tenth got entangled with a corn-silk. * 0h, dear!" she said, impatiently, "I wish when they got tho corn made they would pull out tho basting threads." na de the by the in to the She (brightly)—*"Yes I fun." He—"1 s corn ar "I see. observed Mr. Snaggs, "that some eminent men think the G irden of Eden was located in the Mis sissippi valley." "That may bo true." replied Mrs. Snaggs, "for the ark rest ed in the Southern States." "It did?" "Yes, Noah came out of the Arkan saw land, you know."— Pittsburgh Chronicle. —Toucher—"Now, children, here we have the word 'intuition;' who can tell mo what it moans?" "ally Bright Scholar—"Intuition is that faculty of tho human mind which en ables a person to distinguish, at a glance, a patent medicine in on t from a Judge. Piionome , . . f-'-Glnbo. you mean. .... it siiniioono. Mrs. De iioit— "les, but I want a square * to til in advertise •eal news article.'* — —Mrs. D,< Troit (who has just built a now house) — 'O.ir decorator told me I ' tight to hovo a globule for tho li brary." Duller madam. Hero's e 1 a particular corner near the fire-pi ace. ' ' — Tut-Bits. —H '—"And so you are really at tending a cooking .school, Miss Clara?'' and it is such at j you can make She- "No, 1 have nothing to do with making bread; but 1 can make lovely i l»l oread already? ice I gel cake J 1 *n ! !,m I —Employer—"James, what has bo j come of voting Jigg**by who used to be with us? James—'H* has gone We st." E uployer—"Smart young man that Jiggsby. He'll get along at any thing hs? undertakes." James— "Yes. sir; lie's bound to rise in his present business." E uployer—"What U lie in now?" J ames—"lie's clerk ly taking the cl —N. Y. Sun. sical coni ot <>) a ing in a powder-mil!." — S ranger (to fdiow-passong »r) — u tho West, sir? ' "Y-'S, Odikosh." Stranger—"I'm from Kalatuazno mysolt'' Passenger — "That's sot K ilamazoo is a funny name for a town." Stranger—"Yes, 1 s'puso It docs fiouml funny t«> a man , from Oshkosh, but we Kalamazoo peo , 1 , p< .ul usii o i . a c. . —"Henry, you were talking in yonr sleep, said Mrs. Junes to her bus.. Imnd. "W hat did 1 talk ahontP qim-od Jones, nnxiously. "You spoke of 'raking In the chips. "A' 1 , yes, ? i "Fr Passenger— said Jones wi Ii a "Early associations, dreamed I was a bov always the one t — Detroit Free Press. relieved look, mv dear. 1 1 was rake iu the chips." a in. a THE LIMEKILN CLUB. bri>tli«r Gardner Di-cmin> liurlty of tli When the meeting had opened in due and ancient form Brother Gard ner looked up and down tho aisles and said: •*Dar' ar' many strange things about dis vere thing called human naiur*. Pay a barber double price fur a share to-day an' fo' weeks hence he will her de cheek to ask fur a cash loan. the I't Mature* "If I lend Pickles Smith a dollar an' lie kin conveniently pay it back he ar' grateful. If lie wauls to use tint dol lar fur sunthiu' elso lie looks upon me as nn oppressor. "Chip iu nn' feed an' clotlm a poor family outer charity an' tloy at once jump to do eoticlushun dat do world owes 'em a libin'. "A citixen wid a thousand dollar* iu his [locket won't walk two ■uquares widout hevin' his hoots blacked. A citizen with a |IU,000 house will keep nn oie picket fenco standin' iu from of it yenr artor year ns an ornament. "You'll Hud do chap who wants sunthiu' to keep off de cold iu Jinuary cullin' fur suulkiti' to ward off de heat in July, nn' de citrus part of it am dat ho calls fur de same sort of whisky. "Wlii'ii a mau has slandered or lied about you, you kin an' do forgive him. When you ltov slandered or lied about somebody else, you wouldn't fergivo 'em if doy cum to yer on bended knoos. "Wo argy dat it makes no differ ence to our poekot. what our nay bur aims, but if wo Turn at his salary ar' greater dan ours, do least wo kin wish him ar' three months' sickness. "Do howlin'of my dog nebrr dis turbs mo ill de slightest, but let my nnybur's cat utter otio 'yeow' an' I'm right on oand In bed an' tiglitin' mad. "Takln* us from top to bottom, an' from sido to side, an' wo ar' a poo', mean, oucry lot, an' do wondor is dat de Land didn't git disgusted an' shot down on us long ago ."—Detroit Free Press. is tlio ing TROOPS OF BEGGARS VhegOne Great Detriment to Tropical Panorama. throughout tlio entiro trip Cuba, wherever the train hailed, in poured a dismal troop of beggars, lot tery-ticket seller*, manners of sickening sweots, of which the Cuban ladies bought freely and ate voraciously, and peddlers of glow worms and beetles, guava, green co and fresh country cheese similar to the German schmoercase. If one alights for refreshment, another savage horde of "eros" with all sorts of edibles and refoscas aro to be bat tled with; and if a meal at a cafe is taken you are unblushingly charged from one to two dollars in gold. Bit all these annoyances are as naught when you consider the glorious tropical pan orama provided in this trip across tlio island. The loneliness of tho northern coastwise country disappears on leav ing Matanzas, and of a sudden your train is whirlin' through a veritable nature's garden. Great orango groves are as common as pine woods in Maine. V ast pine-a] pie plantations fill the space between, swoops across river, valley and vast reaches of cane-gr tings being hurried to the massive and groaning machinery with the splendid villas behind, tho whole surrounded by stately coco trees and the lordly palm. There, for miles, other valley, and yell tobacco is being piled by the o upon thecuj *s or curing-racks, lied from there before the dew falls, at three o'clock, to the great easas de where are all other noble lio.ises, palms and fruits and flowers untollable. Uneico|«| across <lulc.ro* with all the to a — coanuts 1 ate tho her "I Hero tho vie nds, tho last cut the stretches nil plain of a puce •'last cat" of perarios or car whore the we en a t abacas, II TO and there aro ranches and herds like the shin tug horned hosts of Camaguay, mounted vnq-ieros and monteros and tiieir wonderful dogs, in picluresquo groups, with the paliisaded coralles for the ups" and again by these porti oned houses and quintas like palaces. Upon every stream, flowor . n ' lWlet | De brown Gypsies u with — great palmetto rouml a me li at the mouth canyons or set like upon mountain side e 1 are the poor guajiros* palm-thatched cabins. And everywlicio luxuriance in soil and forest, vine and aro such fi. that who reach the ver. yo.i splendid city of Gionfuegoi shadows fall, begin t ns tho moonbeams glance upon its ma'.chloss bay, 1 one feels as though the dav had been I a vision of some dreamland isle where the weird in men and tho glo have blended in mag eal spell with Indescribable bloom and song. — Edgar L. Wakemun, in I) aver Repub• lican. J be at ing in nature THINK FOR YOURSELF. Wlij Every Young Man Should Develop e M inti of Uiit Own. A man without u mind of hi* own is the most helpless and shiftless of social beings. His brain is j clc for shreds nnd patches of opini m picked up in the streets, and the samo Infirmity which leads him to look to every body save himself for guidance, renders him incapable of selecting from the multifarious c mnsol lie re ceives lhat which is best adapted to his exigencies. Nay, in his weak be wilderment ho fails to make anv se mere recepla , i , , , lections at all, and while he wavers and hesitates, the golden opportunity fu , dueljivo a0tion sU . H b t : . an( j i eavos him floundering in a praflieament. from which one manly 8tride iH ftln)09t nlly .Ui-ectiou ? would extricate him. But let tho i weak of purpose take heart. This unfortunate propensity to vacillate mav be overcome. Habits of seif-do 1 pend (Mi co may bt* acquired, be nature have reasoned theimndvus, , into a philosphic indifler enco to danger, nnd even the change able man, whose mind has in a meas ure lost its identity, and is accustomed to lake, for the time being, the lino of every mind with which it comes in contact, may learn to resolve and ex ecute on his own responsibility. It must not be supposed that we would dissuade any one from asking advice of the wise and experienced, or from following it in preference to his im pulses* The very fact of a ni m seek ing counsel in the right quarter and promptly adopting it, is evidence that ho hns a mind of his own, that his judgment h sound, that his reason is stronger tlian his vanity, with those who brace themselves against a rock in time of difficulty that wo would remonstrate, but with the loaners urn reeds, the catchers at straws, the oJiartloss, who are puffVd hither and thither by every idle lav. z •. Of all impediments to success, insta bility is ilie most fatal. Every young man, on entering die business world, shuu'd form tor hi the suggestion of competent gdvUors, | a plan of lit? based upon sou ul mors/'.- [ ity, and shaped so as to accord with i the bent and scope of hie mental ca pacity. Hi* course chalked out, lei. him take courage, and with a sioui heart amid all dangers, a pure con science amid ail temptalio is, am! a clear head amid all perplexilies, push forward with hope and et Manchester (Eng.) Facton/ 'lime*. Cowards ere no It i ot • itioiH at •If. ? lid unco. — A —A diamond dealer in New York C!ty receutly got bold of a rough and valuable gem which all tho known re sources of art and science were insuf ficient to polish. The diamond was kept on the polishing wheel about 100 days, the wheel making 2,800 revolu tions a mill uto. Tho ordinary weight placed upon a diamond on tlio wheel is from to 2} pounds. Iu this rasa tlio weight was increased to 4 pounds, then to 8 nnd finally to 40, when tlm diamond plowed inlo tlio wheel, throw ing .cintillations iu all directions ami putting a stop to the work. to (i t N ?fe'! ft I The editor of the Harold (Mich.) HtrM ban been ginned against, and threatens as follows: ' We know who hat been milking our cow of late, and if the offense i» re pented names will be printed, let the chip* fall where they may." is in wax can not be a teetotaler, be 1 -ccasional drop is neue.sarv uj bis busine»*.-?'«iaj Hifti * A H A N < call-*' —An English school-boy was sudden ly and sternly asked by an eta miner: ••Who signed Magna G'harta?" and though he knew very well that he per sonally was guiltless, he couldn't help trembling at being suspected of any thing which could be spoken of in such a tone, and at once renounced the act with alarm and indignation: "Please, sir, 1 didn't," adding, to make sure of safety, "and if I did I'll never do it again." "Why, you stupid fellow." said the master, "nobody said there was any harm in it. On tin* contrary, it was a very proper thing to do." "Please, sir,' other boy, "it was me, sir. I done it myself, sir." —Some years ago a man called on a prominent Chicago lawyer, tendcrod him a retainer, and then made a start ling confession of crime, let him tell his story and then handed him back the fee. "You don't lawyer," remarked the attorney, "y»»u want a steam engine." The man took the hint and left town train.~ Chicaqo Times. — A Texas railroad been annoyed beyond inquiries as to whether that was "the right time," placed the placard under his clock: clock; it is running; it is every morning at ten kcepvourmo uth *\n\\."—XQLk>).<jLud. •ailed out i The lawvoi tlie tirs: of clerk having following "This is : right: set —An English sparrow in the hand i not worth two in the bush, giish sparrow is noi worth anv The Eii An vith regard t,< arno Marion Harland. The celebrated authoress, so highly es teemed by the women of America, says on pug< " Eve's Daughter*; Wife and Mother": " For the aching back—should it be slow al strength- an All 1U3 and 4-1") of her popular work r, dtmnutn Same for Maid . in recovering its no cock's Pnunus Fi.astek an excellentc.'in forter, combining the sensation of the sus tained pressure of a strong, warm hand with tho wearing. It should be kept seat of ain tonic qualities developed in :er the •in ob stinate cast lor perhaps a fortnight. 1 ' 44 ror pi the hark wear an All. Pokm's Plan at constantly, re ? as it in invaluable support the small of the back wears off. I iiis is ; when the weig becomes heavy .it o indtho aching incessant." A BTAXPavo offer—" Will yt madam V'—TULtiits. tak* my seat, FREE! A ."-foot French Glass, Oval Front, Nickle or Cherry Cigar Cas chants only. 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