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CHEATED AT POKER.
A PAGE FROM THE UNWRITTEN HIS TORY OF A UNIVERSITY. rnnUhmrot Meted Oct to a 111 holirit fttudrnt by Socle.! noil the roniry .1 IMltK Man V. ho Krpt I t. p Wlih ITU Not Drllilant Antecedents. "TalkitiR Rbout p'iImx." raM mid Bio brimI limit to n cc-teii'i nt CV.miili. r lin'd, "reminds mo uf snnirtliinu; tliitt oocrtrrcd about SO years aio nt llio Uni versity of Virtióla. Tliut wan uluut tho liveliest eiocb iu tho bi.vtory i f llio nuivorsity sinco ti n vinr, or for that mat tor of tbitt beforo It, vl:i'ii tlio life led by the students is taken into ecu-Rid'-rntion. There win o cvtr.vd cf devil may raro ym.ug men there, mot of .'bent with jilcuty f money, nud they made Charlottesville and sur rnnnding Albcmnrlo fairly hum. Three kindred spirit formed a society which took the name of 'Eli liauauas. ' " 1I re the rprnkor smiled at evidently amusing rcmiuibcenccs. "Thi ro is no telling Vfbnt the 'Eli liuuauas' didn't rio. For the quintessence of mischief and devilment tlioy took the Inoréis. There was nothing downright bud nl.oot them, bat their antics were awful. l"au tuKtio wero tho tricks they played and , orotopmie their jokes. Uetwrcn frenks the Klin were prone to poker, and it was customary down there for the playeas to aasemblu at this or that student's room. That brings me to my Mory. Ous cotcrio of poker players comprincd sens of some of tho best kuowu and weulthi est men in the south, mid into it was introduced a young Yirgiuiun who was gifted with many attractive, traits appar cutly, Lot wboie antecedents wero not particularly brilliant. I'll call him Dick Lurk, but thut wasn't his uuuin. "Aloft of tbo other fellows iu tho co- torio hud roommates who wero Lolling tip for the liunl examinations. It wp.a well along iu tho spring, and Lurk bed quarters to himself on East Lawn. Con iwqocutly tho poker begun to bo pliyed exclusively in his room. When the evenir eecmcd jropitions, tho word would bo passed arouud at supper that 'three Kentnck' would bo iu order, and la 8 o'clock or thereabout the pluycrs would iisecmblo at Lurk's. Lurk's luck Was stupendous. lío won steadily, and as the gamo was pretty stilT his win uiugs wero substantial. It was noticed after awbilo that ho ulways pasted out whuu somebody had a particularly big bund on somebody tlsu i deal, tot that lie always bold a top hi. ml when there Were big cues out against each other on bio own deal. Theu somebody noticed that tho semis were always broken cu tho half dozen now decks cf cards pro vided each uigbt beforo the gauio begun aud that Lurk iu dealing always cloirely scrutinized the cards us ho (javo thuui cut "At last ouo night tbo sou of a fa moua Confederate general who now lives iu Baltimore becamo convinced that Lurk was cheating. Picking op the deck thut Lurk bud just dealt aud out of which ho bud got a hand with four queens againrt an ace full held by a young Kcutuckiau tho young uiuu said quietly: " 't'ouioouo ia cheating at this gamo. and, Lurk, I think it's you.' "Now, ut tho University cf Virginia such a declaration, if Improved, mcuut somebody's death to a certainty, and iu nil instant tbo party was ou its feet, " 'Just wait a minute, goutlunicu, said tbo accuser qnietly. '1'vo been watching this man. Let soma ouo oxam- lue tho tacks of theso cards with this uiuguifyiug glues.' "The Keutuckiau took tho glass and Closely scanned the geometrical deüiyus ou the backs of tho cards. " 'By Cussarl' ho ejaculated. 'Every court curd is distinctly marked I' Lxam ination by the othor players quickly proved the truth of this. "There was a consultation over what should Le dono with Lurk, who stood with bead hung down, overwhelmed with the proof against him. It was do cided that he was not worth calling out, as he was uot a gentletnau, aud the ver flict was that he should make restitn lion of all tho money he had won since bis participation in the game and suffer ostracism in the university. IIo wus ompellud to sit down aud write out a ébeek for all tho money ho had won. the memorandum books of tho other players showing the amounts they had lost at varieVs times, ami he was kept Under surveillance nutil the Charlottes ville bank, iu which he kept a heuvy account, opeued next morning. One of the party rode down to Charlottesville and cashed the chock, and then tho sen tence of ostracism went Into effect. "Thai fellow had the unheard of tf front cry to remain at the university uu til tbo finals wero completed. He was there sis weeks. No student or professor or servant or townsman, no man or wo man, white or black, spoke to him or took any notice of him. He attended tho Dual balls, and no one recognized him. lie was not quizzed iu a lecture room or addressed by a professor, btill he re ruaiued nutil the university clewed for the season, but he might as well have been iu the middls of the Buhara desert so far as mterxiurso with people wus concerned. " Washington fctar. Imported. "Ah," said the Jacksonville man, as be sat in his luxurious lihta.-y, "thero's nothing liko a good Havana clgarl" And over iu Havana the wealthy Cu ban who wan smoking turued to a friend and remarked eoetaticallv i "This is what I rail a good cigar. It's a Florida product. I Import it myselt " l'hila- dulpbia North American. On nearly every block iu Japanese cities is n publio oven, where, for a until fee, housewives may have their diuuers and suppers cooked for them. "Ifi iabd," said Uncle Ebec. "fob er man ter exouae a Uy fob UJu us foolish at 10 yeans ob h as be vrsb ím'I at 83. Lxthaiiga. SMOCX f,ÍAr?P,:AC13. laatunora In Mlrc of a Cno.n Tl-at ri valled In l:iiK! hnl tt '-. t.i :y Aso. A l)ai:Ri r lawyer r.i?' t;5 if cu rt In tho ancient town if Wí.vühm1!, Mo., went romiiKifcitsg tcciuly iu tluut U i.ial coott rtfirils cf t..o Llur.c a:id i:i the tonifo f hi re:.'!iiifj ran criois the cfíith'l rcritrit 11 cf "t'utlí nur rie.tio. " Net kr.i.w I113 ivhut sort cf mar tinico t'.u.t ;:s linked further nud cot c';tir!i reblo I i u tit rrion n custom et that previiiiid i:i l.iikluud a century or two i;o ni.d also to some citeat iu the Ameritan colonics. 1 eel; imirtiuges wero weddings whe le tho brblo appeared dressed iu a w hito sheet or chemise. Tho reason of sc.li n furb .was the belief that if a man married a venían who Was in debt bo could bo held liable for her indebted' ids if ho received her with any of her prop ity, and also thut if a woman mar ried a emu who was iu debt his credit ors could uot tako her property to satis fy their claims if be received nothing from her. In Lr.gl' nd, says au antiqua rian, there was at least 0110 case where tho Irtelo was clothtd peris uaturalibus whilo the ceremony was bolng per formed iu tho gicut church i.t Lirmiug- ham. Tho minister nt first refused to perform tho ceremony, Lot finding noth ing in the rul.ric that would excuso him he married tho pair. To curry out the luw fully as tho peo- pío understood it tho ceremony should ulwuys have bceu pirfi rmcd 03 it was iu the Kirmiiighani chnrcb. l.ut modes ty forbid'.iint;, various expedients wero used to aceomplit'u the desired purposo aud yet avoid tho uiuiei-iruLle features. oUiCtirucs tho brido stood in a closet and put her hand throni;!i n hole in the door. Sometimes r.ho stood behind cloth tnrecu and put her baud out at ono side, aca'n she wouud about her a white tLett iurtikhcd fur tho purpoio by tho LriilcarocKi, r.ud sometimes the Stood Iu her chcti'ijo or smock. . Even tuully, ia L.:s:ex county nt leaí.í, all im modesty was avoided by tho bride groom's fui uiril.il. ,j to the Lrii'.e all the clothes sho woie, rr(aiuin title to the samo in himself. This ho did iu the presence of wituoties, that ho miht provo tlio fact in ctso ha was sued for any debts she night bavo contracted. A marriage of this kind occurred r.t Lrad ford in ITXI.r.nd the follón iug isntrao cojiy cf tho record of tho sumo: Euaokoki, Vo. yo 2-1, 17JJ. This r.my rortiiic wlmniMnn-rr it i.-.tiy con cernu that .Imiuih L'ulley of Braüíurci u Ivt wau uiiiirteu to llie-wie."Af Mary bnooa Ntiv Ij3t past by mo jo Bubseriín-r tarn ceckniil il. -t In tooh tau houI i.eeen williur.t nnytein ; er Into and thai 1-jO.ia I 10 v. llu ot r.:ia-r la. 1 1 .'ink & Mary liiu who of Thou.nn hlicKai-y & u:i:r uarot tho v. ifr ut Caleb Curbank o.l of l:ad turd weiu vitncsi;e.a that tl.o clutboa Hhü tht-n l.ad ou were of his providing & bcsiowuitf upon her Tfii.i.iAU UAi.cn. Liinistor cr yauospoi It is noted by tho sumo writer that iu all cates cf smock murrluges that have como to bis kuowludgo the brides Lave been widows. It ia thought that during tbo reign of Gcorgo 111 there were ma:iy smcok mar riages lu Maine, then a part of tbo pro v iuce of Jdassaehuiotts Kay. chietly in Liucolu and York couulioscr iu tho tor ritory which is now so known. TLcro i nothing to show that tho practico cut lived tho devolution. Iu Maine up to ltj52 a husband was liable for dolts of his wifo contracted before marriugu, and no such euhterfno us the smock marriugo could relievo him. New York bun. CURIOUS STATISTICS. What a Healthy Mao Cousnmca la Seven ty Years of Life. Taken ull iu all, a healthy man with a good apronto auu mcue-rute thiretcon sumes in 70 yeais 00 ' tons cf solid aud liquid foods. If tho consumer weighs. say, 150 pounds, be will oat and drink during bis lifetime 1.S80 times his own weight. Transforming ull this foodstuff into mechanical labor, tho strength do rived would bo Bul'.ieicnt to lift b7,(jtiU, 000 tuns ouo foot from tho ground or to raise, the Forth biidpu ut Ldiuburgh which weighs 2ü4,(jOO,ÜUÜ pouuds, to height of l.Hiiu feet. Excluding tho first 20 years of a lifo time, tho quantity of cigarettes con sumod by a regular smoker who smoke a dozen every duy would iu GO years reach tho number of 2 11), 000, or a mou ster rolled cigarette moro tbau 10 fuel iu length and about G feet thick, besido which tho tallest man would rcsembl a veritable dwarf. A cigar smoker con Kumiug six of bis favorito brand a day would during his lifetlmo smoke a g gautio cigar of moro than 10 foot long and almost ZK feet thick. It would weigh 4,410 pounds and would tak tho suctiou power cf a steam eugiuo puff it. As the smoking habit is not necessary to existence, it is easily seen how much money a smoker wuttos iu tho course of years. A piue smoker consumos iu his lifetimo a half toil of tobauca. New York Herald. The Care Dueller a an Artist. We must remember thut there are no such things as lines in nature. Whether we use thorn to represent a human pro fllu, tbe depth of a shadow, the dark ness of a cloak or c thundercloud, they aro mere conventional symbols. They wero invented a long time ago by a dis tinguished sportsman who was also a heaven born amateur artist the John Leech of his day who engraved fur us (from lifo) the picture of a mammoth on one cf its owu tusks. Aud we have accepted them ever sluoe as tho cheapest and simplest way of interpreting iu black and white for tho wood engraver. Ueorge da Muurier iu Harper's Mag azine. Th alnalo That 1I Foond ou a Mwktla. "Xbe other day," said a youug teh- tlor, "J feceived os a ftifC u ueek marked aero one end of tbe white tut lining of which I found a bar of music Idnn'txd luuttio myself, bat i. tooa this to somutvily that does, und what io yon think H -vasf lileit be the tie that Lliidsl' I thought that was grotty lick, hi" 'cw York Bun. Ü M PURELY VEGETABLE. Trie -hiiirt, pnrcut find bt fnmUv truMit Ino In tho world I Ail reluctim! spi-rlllc! f.if I rtlir tuu-n of tlio l,lvor.HIMnrn ana riipiMi, lli-eulnto tbe l.lvrr and prevent ( hills una lover. MAlnrlona rover, llowel CouJulalnU, íteatla ueu, Jaundice and Nausea. HAD PltEATHI Knttiln1Rn nTtnnjiant. nothlpí 10 com mon, n a bad lirentb ; and 111 nearly every rao II como from tho atomarh, and can bo eBllv rorrwtod tf you will I11H0 Mllninoua Ivor ltecula'or. 110 m l nfigwi so ium ineny lor repulsivo disorder, it wri ito Imiirovo your appotlto, complexion aua uucrul health. 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Any Blniile one will lie sent on receipt of t cents In turnups cirapt u W a lien. Living and Tni ilT," which will be sent for 4 cents. Tliu wholo lint will bo sent for 3D ctntu or sny twelve for J criitn, or any live lor lu ccuts, postage paid. Uitlcr by number. i-"Wari-, Llvlns and Tsriff." E. A. Hams- IIuU. 101 8 Mhc AtU autuKt'M of a Protacflve TaillT to thu LuUr unit IiiiliiHlrleit of ll I'ullt-il blalis." Vtii.l I'iUü tuuy, 16S7. Cluw- ri'Ki. 1. Ilr.Mtisa S2 I 'Boniu PTiMluetlun llldlftpeilhAhlp Co a Mi lily, at Iaivt 1-riei-il, of tlie ILuilifttolufi l (v-ltiiiuoltlt-i rUleo.i for Ihc People uf the Urlli'd Kot.-ti, and Adf-ounte ttt.iiia rrcntu.-ttou of tluvw eoiiiiiio.iItli-1. liui. fil.lu Hi.b';et a 1'rulL'i. 1 1 vl' 1 urux." Kirjl l'iíic KB.ay, 1HS4. í. D. T1 JZ ir " WhliturM hiw Alap-rlntur Woultl Kroo Paw !utcrluU be AdvftutoKeouB fi the La1! r 1 llirliuilrl. of Hie Pulled Mule. flrt I'rlae Kiaj, 1KMI. IloataB. IJ11.1 1. f3 S-"FalUi ln of Ki Tra.le " K V. !iu.tH... -4 S mimiii views on tiia 'larlff by au old biul- iieBi lan.M oto. limrtti 33 T "The Protective Tarlft : lit Advantage! for tliestoulb." C. L. Miwabps M S-"rhe Wool lntorent." Juili;.' Wm. !.HkS( b 4 S "I'n leclloa e. Fro Tru.Io.M A lllfttvjrlual Ki vli w. I), o. lUiouMiN BO 10 Tbe 1- anner and tlw 1 ariü Col. Tllouaa H. bi'uijtv y 11 " J'rou. tl..n aaa I'ubllo Policy." Ososas S. Uoetwjtu. ifl 12 Ret ly to iheProBldnPaFrce-Trada Mea- ."" K. P. 1'oKlfJt... orklnimien aud l ie InrlfT " a U The Viul wiuaiion : onallAuierteu" Iuiltia trlea on Aeui.duued aud Aiuericau alar- aets aurreiidi-retU 8 :-Sim. lul.eniian, wllh AiKltlon ., 8 1 "llio IroKri-u of uuv lluuürej Veara." .. . V . Portkh S 17 Protii-Uiin for American Khlppliil." f il-"lhe TiiiiiT NiitaUi." IIomm, u. Piniix.. ' 1' " by It l.liuieu fch.uld lie Piol,-eUoulaU. 2) Vrotec-llou . ' K. li. amhioowh HI " W IihI In a Tariff I - Auawcra U) a WorkUig- M aiiui'i Question f A 83 -Tlw Amerliau ool Induatry.' B. H. Aa- H1UOHM , S 13 " artliuij Cot of f.lvliix J. D. W'iVjll. a 4 "HouUu-rn Parfolus í. eludirles." i A Hltort Talk to Woi kiiwuieu ' S ' 1'ioutliiu aud thu c aruicr." Keuutor a. 21. CtixoM... is The AMraiciu k.vsoiít, week ly. devoted lo tb. dlMuulouofull i.loue..f iulrllt uueelloo. i Huuipl M'l'afrae. Mu., A,,..'. U II Pro vliva Iwia Lwua, iu w. M u...Se luik CHOP Will CLEF' iilil A GREAT OPENING AT CLIFTON, AR IZONA TO CAPITALISTS WHO WANT TO INVEST IN COPPER PROPERTIES. Copptr claims in groups of three to eight mines. Gold and silver properties of known merit GPOlir No. l.--Thw- Tui! claim, eontin'.ibun on the same ledg-r, of kith gftii tripper ore carrying ilver; width of lode about seyrn feet, with a rich py itrik ei about twenty-two inchru; proferty llioroughly r vttcttd; situated In Grtbsir. count;" A first clasr investment. GROCP No. 2. Kirlil cluin ontitiuous to ceih oilier; crpper orf ; l.if, tti si ides sml carhorinti s; will average 12 to 15 per cent; 60 lor.s of hith grsde or os th iluniLfj til'.iu'cu iu ibc Ce per nicuntain n.ii.iet iKi(, Gi.ltte ctcctj. Ism rcdSofuhle, nrOUl' No. 3. Prvpn prlil f' n'ívf r Vrnring qnsrlr nirrt: tlcrcTj y TifH snd opened up; plenty of wood and Hrljarenl to the Sao Frsncitco rir, . wbicn fi the year round nfToirlir.or nmpl' water power lo ru nny tmnibfr of its rapt, csacrntrn. tor., pmelter.. ptn.; nnder intrllijrr-nr snd prfleticnl minirir rt n v'. ic tli. rp . mine, will yield enoriiihniilj ; .situated iti the Greenlee old mctihtsin .ttÍLÍrf ,di?Írji (irahnrn ennnfy. GliUL'l' No. 4. Four co;-per clnii:'; caiLouUlt Crf frit tiu.!in; ti G'-eeiilee; guld luouiituin uiiiiing Jislritt. - For further informal, i tt-rms, etc., call on or address KEDZIE 6c Classén, Lordsburg, New iV exifto. 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