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CUPID WAM.OWI'.O.
T'olln-r day I '' tlnlrg
Ilmm dr cnmit to illni In
What, of ll HiliiK", nml.t neap,
Bln.ul'1 I Hull' "". ';'l !' i-p.
J'.ut ilia IHili-iI''"Tiiie!-J'ui"
tiny Imlt'.r- -Iw, hliuu ll I
JUi iIihwIdK'I I iil'tin-! litiu up
l.lkuB I..-0 ami in flip
01 inr iiii ' aluine-il ""' '""k '''mi
.A nil wlntt do y.u U I ilM T-l iliank &'.m
J-'nlili I lli.iiiKiil lit in iliail. Not 1ml
9li. r- Im II" l"i l,-'i K1''!
I ii. I now mi" ni..iii"iit, wlih I.I. wli:f i
I kJ Mm tiding uiy liiMfl airli.Ki.
JlU llml.
THE MIGIMTIOX OF IJIKDS.
fU-inrliullo Hindoo if Illrrta on llm
Winer.
I..ii.l!.a hli..nr4.l
Fnmilinr on tlm niirutinii r.f liirds Mo
lis, tlicro in iitIi!iih m qui'Mlioii in znul
nry iHiro ulywuivi. Tim Ion;' Mali's
tiny tnho nml tlm muTriiif ccrtniiity
wilii wluVli tiny win',' Kicir w.-iy licUt-mi
IIki ni'iht ilinliiiit jiIiwi h, niriviuff nml ilu
purlin;,' in tlio snim. nri.nl, your i:f!.t-r
yunr, nru jiuinM in tlio lii'-t-iry nf l.inW
nf )iiii,sao ns myhtfj-i'itirt an lin y mo in-ti-ivMiiifr.
AVii kmiw Hint in .at iiii;;r:mts
lly nit -r unmliiwii, tlii.ui'li Ii ,iiiy of lln-m
Krli rt n riiii'iiilifjht iiilit ti rna I tin
M'tiiitniTiiiu-nii. J'ut Unit tliojr mi Icor
ol'ij'inil iiinlinel i'i lint inn n iii;.' in yet
irnvi:(l liy tlm fact, tlinl tlioiiwiniln iil'D
i-vi-ry yrnr drowned in tlnir llilit. over
llm Atlantii! nml nHnr oc'iiiiM. North
ern Afric a nml AVitiTii Asi:i nr- wl'icti-d
us winter in:.i'li is hy must of Ilium, nml
tlu-v niny l)ii oflru imtic. il on t:i ir v.ny
tliillicr to ImiiK over town lit ni:;!it, iu.
zli 'l, in Hpilii of llii'ir i'Xn'rii!in: , hy tlm
riliil'liu;,' li'liln of tlm Htivitu nml Iunt--:.
Tint hwhIIow or tlm iii;:litin:,'ilo nmy
HoiiinliiiicH Im il' luyi'il liy iiiir.:i,i (tti (l tiir
niiiiislaiircM. Vt it in rnivly Unit tin y
univu or Ji part many rlayu senior or
Jator, ono ymr with Minlliur. Iroiwmor
Ni'ivtuli consiil. Tnd tlmt wcro srnfuwl
Hati'llili.'B rovolviiif? round tho i .utli llicir
nn ival runlil hardly lio iimr ( ur. ly rnl
(:lllali.il 1 iy mi u:1 n im mi'T. J'imiI wi-iit rt 1
or fair, In at or cold, tlio iiillins rrpair to
Fimin i.f til' i i" hlalimiH pillirt'lally on It
piviMi day, IW if tl. if liiovciiii'iils wf re
ri'j.Milali'd liycl'iil'.-woili. Tlio HtviiliirKH
of lli'lit wliirli rlinraoliTii'! limut liird.t
cnnlili H tin. in to covnr a vast, hjwo in it
l.nVf linio. 'J lid roiiiiiio'l lil.icil Huilt
can lly two liniidii il and Kfivciily nix
mil' n an lmnr, a fijc-il ivliirli, if jlcouM
Im lniiintaiiicil fur Icm.s tlian l.alf n day,
would cairy tlm Mrd from its wind r t i
jls Miiiiiiirr iu:ii L' in. 'J im lar;;o airplo
hwift, of Aiimrii'ii, i.i eapalilii of i.vi-n
n-iitcr trillion iliu 'u, Tliiicliiiuiioy
hahIIow i.t i.l'iwi t idiii'ty loilrH ht lmnr
lmiiiL' alioiit tlm limit of ilH iiuwi m; l.ut
tlm p.t.M'ii;1 r pij'ron, of tlm lliiitid
SlatrH, can air.'.liipli' li n jnnnicy of o!n
tliunsii'id iinl.'M I,' t'.vi'n Htiiii'i and hiiii
Bi'l. It it alio Iriio, as tlm iii;;riiiunn
llirr I'liliin'ii lias nlliiii....l toiilnnv,
that liiij'iauLi iliiriii;; tin ir lolij; lli'lit
may ho iliri'i'l' il liy mi cxpi'iii'iiir partly
i'lln rili'd mid Jiai'lly Mi'ipiii'cd hv tin: in
dividual liiid. 'J'licy id'ti'li fo'lmv ilni
coast lini'H of I'ontiiirnls, ami imnrinlily
talir, on tlii-ir passnii ovt r tlm Mialilor
lamiiii, oho ol' tlio thri'ii ri.ut.s. Jiut
this tln'ory will not explain how thoy
iilot tin -luwlvi's across Inoad ocrans, ami
1H iiivalidiiti'd liy tlio f.K't, fumiliar t
evi ry oriiitliuo;dsf, that tlm old nml
ouu liiids do not journey in I'liiapiiuy.
liivarialdy tlm ynunjj l.roiid.H travel tn
(.;nllier; then coiim, nft'-r an interval,
tho pnrriiut; nml linally tlio rear is
liroii;;ht up liy tlm wrnldv, iiitiini, inolt
iiifj, mid lirolveii-iii;eil. This is tlm
ruin in iiiitiiiiin. Tho return journey ih
neeiiliijilished ill tlm revelMn oldi 1". Tliu
disliuu'o traveled hi-i iiii, moreover, to
liavo no relation U the hi. of tlm trav
eler. Tho Swedish Mini throat peiToriiiM
its liialei'iud fiini'lioim mining tlm Laps,
nml enjuys its winter holiday minmi; tlio
negroes of tho Sniidan, while the tidy,
ruliy-throated liuinniiii(; l.inl pioei ' iis
annually from Mexico to Noufoiunllaiid
mid hack iv". in, tiioiifli unii would im
nj;ine that ho d. lieiU.i a liltlo fairy would
hu moru lit hoiiio iiinoni; tlm cadi and
neilVl'HIlf tlm TielTllI'lllielltll tliim IllllOllg
tho llm unil tout of tlio North.
Itailly 'ouriiHoil.
Nothintr ran lio mure oomicnl tlinri the
cared mixiety of a "cornered" pnrly
who does not know which hidn of th'u
fence U pet down on. A Hmitlieru ia
por tolls tho folluwiiif;:
Hoon nfter llin Imttlnof rrairle f! rovo,
thrcii Confedenito ollhvrn of rank ciuno
into our army to iuoli'ito fur uu ii
cliiuiK" of prisrvncrH. 'L'hreo Union offi
cers worn deUiiled to ii",'iiliiilo with them.
One day, whilti tlm commission was in
noHsion, im old, Kiiiy-limideil, fjniy
hearilod Arkiuihas farmer walked in oud
nslieil ;
"KsthiM tlm Provo'i olTlaV"
Rome, one ntlempted to explain, lint
tlm old fellow liciiiK ijuilo doiif, did not
tllulerstiuid, mid said:
"Yen, I'm Kood loyal citizen; I'vn
got my protection pnpers; I'vo h.s n nml
gut paid fur my furiiL'u. tin all rifjlit. "
"Jiiiok hero," Hiiid Col. W , of tho
Union iinny, "yini had hotter Im careful
nhoiit wdiat you Kiiy nhoiit your loyiilly;
doiVt yon hco tliooo K"tloiiieii ovl'r
tlicro?" pointing ncnibg tlm Initio to
wliero tlm Cuiifi'deratu olliuors sat in
their gray uniforms.
Tlm old man took out a pair of dilapi
dated spectacles, and fixing them on his
tiiwB, closely examined tho f;vay uniforms
iiu mmr yeivei euliars nnu nruHA Htltl'H.
llin hands trembled violently, mid lm
Bcained epiito frinhtmicd, but colleutod
himself and said to tho (lonfodcrnlea:
iir..il ii t . . .
i n, i;"n;iciiieii, i mciiiii no oiicnco.
I didn't know fact is, l'vo nllus liecn a
.nouincrn man. rvo jest tivt ouo mm.
mm a wiiu niarinaiiiiHii. Tlio only
other man fnowu in uiy family that'll lit
iur purvin is uiy (iitricr nailloH JlllBUUUil
and he's with Rector nml "
"Hold oil. old fellow." cried Pol V
"wlint iihiiul your licinp; " loyid oitizenV"
lio looked nt the other nido of tlm tn
l)lo. Thou Im readjusted his Hpectaeltw,
Bciiiiiieu inn oiiio coiirs, iookoii liisliaiul
kerchicf from nhoiit his nock, blew his
nnse, leunud both liimdo on tlio tnhlo nnd
mini:
"Willi, poiitlemon, thin is n littlo niixcil,
but you jist go on and light it out nmong
yoursolvi-R, I cnu live undor nuy gov
ernment." How to Kpend Tlinukiglylng Diy.
A giwil old Governor of the Str.te o(
Maine, when he issued a Fu.st-dny woola
nmtiou, nioro thnn lllty yonrs ago", nindo
up his mind to forego plutitudes, nnd to
toll his people just how, in Lis opinion,
they ought to got ready to obBerve the
day. This wnu his ndvice : " I rocom
mend to each citizen to observe the day
as a ChrLstiun ; if ho bo under tlm iullu.
once of uny vice, to banish it ; if in cr
tor, to correct it ; if under obligations
to otherw, honostly to dischni'go tlicm ;
if suffering injuriiw, to forgive them ; il
uwureof uuimositieH, to extinguish thoru;
anil, if able to do any benevolent uct to
any being created by tho Almighty
Power to which he owes existence null
his faculties, to do it," liunday-iiohool
Timet. i
A Dooron who won't advise b mnn to
leave ofl his flannels the first warm day
is no friend to tho profession. 1
Aaron Ilitrr and ?Irs. Hamilton.
When on nn oflicial visit to the Unilod
Htntci in l.'I.V), I s)ieiita day or two nl
Mr. Hfiiart Ih'uwiie's place on the N'ew
Jcr;ey shore of tho Ifud.i'in River, nliovo
Ifoho'liflii. (hneral Taylor, of Ohio, was
nnollmr gitcfit, and lis tho houso was at
no fovnt iiiilaiici from the npot whoro
llm fatal duel hehveen fiurr and lTaiiiil
ton took jilaca (.Inly 1-. 1804 1, a couver
siilioii iii'osb on tho event, nnd the char
actcri .ties, piiMi.: nnd privato, of tho two
men. General Taylor told us that when
a vi ry young man. studying nt Vest
l'oint,' lit v.asuim day on hoard a river
liuat, nr.d nin'.ii;; too pa.sn-li'-'ers wcro
Vii. Uasniilou, widow of Alexander
llMiaill'iu, and Afiion linrr, who Dd re
tmiic'lt'i the St.'.t s after his enforced
nli.d iieii i lliiroini. iii eu "'iiiu iieo of his
proved Ireasou.'ilili practicis. IJiirr was
then en old man, I. nt slill r. taincd much
of h'-i furn.'T cun'i li nen und manm r, cs-
pl-eially "llll liidle.'l, la tho ostoinsli
ni 'iiL of fho'c -.vim knew him. on (liscov-
erin.'j tliat .'Ii !. II.i;niltoii was on hoard
the el. -an. how., bo approached Iu r, tooK
oil Ins hal, mid liu'.viu;' iini'l: "Mr.
ici.iltiiii. T believe? Mv linnm is Hurr.
Till! e'l'i rt noon (ho jndv. now well
stii"!..'H in ycara, wns electric. Kising
Sri .m her sent, hliu gal in T"il up Her ure. s,
as ii' to touch Jiurr -.vii'i it would hn con-
lainina'i"ii, 1 1 ''. herself up, and looking
nl l.iiu from hi ml to foot, swent awnv
v.il'i a ili.jiiily arid 'race worthy of her
li.'st d.iys, a:i'l lelt Iiuil stainlliigaiiiiBiieii,
if Im wi'-rii e;ii:.ilile i,f fcelio" ho, heforo
llm siiectiioH. Ihirr replaced his hut
no ,o In ail. mid t-l iwlv inoved hack
t i Hi,! eat Im had left p.nposi ly tomako
this c.i'-r;iiieiit Upon tho feelings
of too wido-.v of the tiinu lm had
clam, for oim cm not nupposo tlmt ho
l.inl Kiiv hiteiilioii toiiii''l":'izi.'or cxolain.
hiiiei! this was imp j:..iil)Ie. Note Uitd
(iucrii'H.
W'Mc Ilornf! Stnircd.
A Vcw Yorker was t;i uted in an ofTico
in (liiMiiaou City, Col.,oim day, when
u;ri.!y h okio;; ill chep inl'ied and
iih',:.'.l ii' tli. t v. a lie' plac" v.hcrii tiny
Fold hhnres of the White loio Kilver
Mine. Hi in;; a.isnreil he was in tho of
lien of the coinp.uiv lie ol.:-" rvi d:
"I have heard lim Whito Huro hjioken
of as In in," a lilo ly mine,"
"II. certainly is. U'o t'Mik $10,000
worth of ore out in mm day."
"i'liew! .Sim must he jiiht old riehnosid
How n.'.iny Men have yn got to work."
"1 Hi, about Ihivi, himdied."
"Have ye, though? Aro tho sheers go
in;; i Si purty lively?''
"Shares aro selling like hot cakes, nml
we hnvo only a few lelt. 1". very body
rays llm White llorso is a big invest
iieiit." "What are sheers worth to-day?"
"f will sell yiiii nt, ninety-live, though
I know they will bo worth faeo viduo to
morrow." "N'o! You don't really menu ninety
live?" " da"
"Well, that's better; there's a hundred
(heel's which you sold my paid yester
day fur twenty dollars. I went ovor to
tic mine, fuiuid nothing but a hole and
a dead iiiiiln, and Hold him I'd come up
nnd gt t his money hack, or do smiio
shouting! I'm tiirnal glad to find them
sheers has ri. from twenty to iiiiiely-Hvc,
That will give my pard his money hack,
nnd l.uv inu n winl'T out tit besides.
Ihn: s tlm hheevfi, nnd now lit Uio Seo
the, color of your money!"
"Hut, ni-, wo "
"I'aiisoiil the ciihh!" snid tho old mnn.
lis ho rested tho end of bis Bhooter on
the edge of tho counter.
Tho company had 1, Ii bis revolver in
his overcoat onl.iidc, and lm did i t bo
lievo tho New Yorker would ahoot for
him. Alter a look around, lie began
counting out tho money with a blnml
smile, and as lio made tho exchange ho
H.iid:
"Certainly, sir grealcat of plensuro,
Kir. ISorry you didn't hold them one
day mure, and get tlm full face value!"
iSiicinl Amusement.
Yon expect a few friends to pass an
evening with you ; how do you propose
to entertain them? Conversation is not
all-sufficient, particularly lis thoro is
sum to he omt m the party who devoutly
believes ill "(treat 1," lilld desires to
Convert nil olheis to tho Kaum belief by
noiisfiinlly sounding bin- prai.-es. It
never Heenm to occur to many folks that
in order to entertain people olio must
givo thought, to it ; that people aro not
made happy without ohTort wisely di
rected ellort.
Our observations load lis to think that
half at least of the, good companionship
of tlm world comes from tlm good fore
thought of somebody. Homebody has
planned il. Tho happy occurrence was
not an accident ; it was the result of pre
meditation. All the littio mill sweet so
cial surpiines of life; all the littlo do
mestic secrets between children and
parents, which in their unfolding brim
llm household villi gladness ; all tlio
larger mid more stately iiocinl festivities
that keep tho life of a neighborhood
buoyant, aro only the natural senuoneo
of benevolent and good-natured thought
on tho part of m mm one.
Allium is nu inn lortant clement of en
tertainment ; but perhaps of tlio dozen
you have invited, not over ouo or two
have voices BUllioientlv cultivated to sini
in public-
It nines? Excolhmt. Few ol ns that
don't like to piny games checkers,
chess, whist, anything that is light,
sprightly nnd entertaining.
lluvo you any pictorial books in your
library or. about tho houso? If so, bo
sure to plneo them on tho center table.
Wo luivo known a single volume to fur
nish delightful ontertaiumeut to a whole
group for an hour.
Have you a Chinese top ? If not, pur
chaso one. It iimy cost you twenty
iiento, and we'll warrant that the first
evening aficr you get it, if you be right
fully coiibtruetcd moral ly, you will want
no other eutcrtninrrniit thau you will get
out of npinning it yourself. Do yon say,
" l'.-hnw I tops are for boys?" All right;
why not bo a boy occasionally ? Try it,
and seo lioiv vou liko it. Wo dar nnv
you have boou a mnn so long you lnwe
forgotten all about being a boy. Give
your memory a jog tho experiouoo wili
do you good.
And do von know it. ia a miUn.U.I 11,!,,,,
to think tlmt the woman you ronlly love
will never grow old to yon? Through
the wrinkles of timo, through the mask
llf VCIirS. if VOU rnallv hiva luir Tim mill
nlwnys suo tho fuco you loved and won.
And a woman who ronlly loves a man
does not seo that he grows old ; ho is not
decrepit to her; ho does not tremble; ho
is not old; sho sees the same gallant gen
tleman who won hor hand and hqurt. I
likri ill thillk lit it. ill llitif. auu . T
. - ........ .v ... . i . v T , m. .inu J
think that love iB etornnl. And to love
in that way and thou go down tlio hill of
life togethor, and ns you go down, hoar,
perhaps, tho lan-diter of grnndohildron,
while the birds of joy and love sing once
morn in tho Innlh'RS hrminlini nf tlm
of old ngo.Ingcraoll.
Yocnostown, Ohio, is eroinff to bavo a
powder mill with a daily capacity of 200
kegs. There's nothitnr like blowinar nn
the udvantuges of a town.
u rERSONALS."
flie Manner ('ormponilrni' Ii Carried on
In ( liy rpir.
Xw Tork Ntw.J
Tho advertisements which newspapers
publish in tho column devoted to "i'or.
louids" aro decidedly miscellaneous, but
frequently mysterious and revolting.
Through this medium negotiations are
conducted involving matrimony and
sensuality, finance and criuio. Ladios
scull to recover hideous pug-dogs, bril
liant diamonds and wuywurd lovers;
bankers anglo for tho return of stolen
bonds, and tho very thieves for immunity
and reward; worthless spendthrifts be
come candidates for rich heiresses; and
artful women for confidential and con
vuiiicnt friends; destitute and doscrving
families, once opulent, appeal fur alms;
mothers propose to surrender their first
liorn; police detoctives employ ingoiiious
decoys to entrap criminals; libidinous
wretches advertiso with, the design of in
veigling thoughtlessB girls that they
have oiled ill street curs or jostled m
stages; and ghouls, that have pillaged
tlm grave, Ijargiun lor llio restoration oi ,
tho festering cor). so, Homo weeks since
our attention was directed to the follow
ing advertisement:
4 N ATTItACTlVH jf.iiiriK Mr nl Hit firl
U V family ii:lr'f i" ii I ulri'.'ii'l tinli";'l; a r.'-
flia-.l U'.fitl'iinun o( nivalis may U'lilu.'M, " KN'Ii.K
I.UllllH.ti:U." Hiring unfortunately divested (if tho
Indispensable iiualitieations required, wo
did uotrospouii to tho invitation, but it
especially invoked our sympathy. We
sro nut in nl I v anxionn to know if this at-
trartivo young lady was promptly and
uwu'.ly nccomnio luted; nnd to which of
tho numerous first families of Now York
ho was actually allied. The melancholy
fact, that notwithstanding iihi-trious
pedigree and unquestioned cultivation,
sho was con-drained to issue such a gen
eral solicitation to the scions of nrisioe
raey, must hnvo done violciicn to her
sensibilities and hereditary pride, es
pecially if destitute of previous experi
ence in r.ucli ilelieate affairs.
That tho discerning advertiser was
less concerned about tiio ngoaml reputa
tion of respondents than their icsthctio
refinement ftid iibundaiit rcsourees
should not occasion distrust. Men t
advanced age are proverbially nnd cred
ulously sil'Ceptibl.j to female blandish
ment, while thoy aro ordinal ily oonlont
with the graces of deportment and the
affectation of a livoly gratitude. Scx-i-genariaiis,
if they cannot connuaiid af
fection, nan pun-huso complaisance; nnd
many women, we fear, consult their
pockets rathor than their hearts and
conscience.
It would b exceedingly interentinsi to
tho public and imliif ct.y pmlituolo to
tho liress if all (he incidents and circum
stances connected with and resulting
from such advertisements could lm faith
fully collected and published. Though
perhaps occasionally offending i.ocial
propriety and di'iigrcenblo to dupes and
kiiavoH, the revelations would b.i emi
nently valuable. Such information, if
circulated, would render the sets of the
designing more repulsive nnd unsuccess
ful, while the just apprehension of pop
ular scorn would hnvo a reformatory in
fluence upon the conduct of the deluded
and depraved.
Many of our citizens, enjoying wealth
and social position, sin ink from forming
alliances or engaging in busim ss opera
tions in tho sphere in which they uiovo
and iindnrstaiitl, and consequently be
come the prey of con-ipiratiirs nml the
instruments of ndveiitincrs. Attracted
by tho mysterious, they pos-ess only tho
courage and curiosity to indulge in
sp.-iMilatioiis, and even lir.ionn, that seem
invented with secrecy and romance.-
Tlio Knickerbocker residents of the
Fifth avenue, resnimsiblo for the neglect
of their charming relative, in our j nig.
uieut, have made a serious mi-tiiko,
'I hey should have realized the fact that
tho notoriety given to her condition
would have inspired among their fash
iouablo neighbors at least as much curi
osity ns charity, and if not promptly ro
lieved of pecuniary sufl' ring, would bo
of family secrets and domostio so.uidal.
What Voices Indicate.
There are light, quick, surhieo voic.ob
that involuntarily sccui to attertho slung,
"I won't do to w to." The man's
words may assure you of bin strength of
purpose and reliability? yet his tone con
trmtvlB his speech.
Tlwm there lira low, deep, strong
voices', where tho words seem ground out,
ns if tivt man owed humanity a grndgn,
nnd moavit to pay it sonio day. That
man's op'pouonls may well tremble, nnd
his friomils may trust his strength of
purpose mid ability to net.
There is tho coarse, boisterous, dicta
torial tone, invariably adopted liy vul
gar iiorsons, who hnvo not sufficient cul
tivation to UNderstand their own insig
nificance. There is the incredulous tone, that is
full of a covert sneer, or a socret "You-Ciiirt-iiiipe-iuo-air
" intonation.
Thou therein tho whining, beseeching
voice, thatsnvn "sychoohant" ns plainly
ns if it uttornd tho word. It cajoles nnd
flatters you; its words, sny, "I love you,
I admire you ; yoa aro everything that
yon should bo."
Then there is tjio tondor, mnsicnl, com
passionate voice, that sometimes goes
with sharp foakuros (as they indicate
merely intensity of fooling) aud somo
times blunt lout urvs, but always with a
genuine beuevolenao.
If you aro full of affection and pre
tense, your voic.o pnoelaims it.
If you aro full of honesty, strength
and purpose, your voice proclaims it.
If you are cold and calm and linn nnd
consistent, or tickle nnd foolish nnd do
ceptious, your voico will bo equally truth
tolling. You enn not change youl -roioe from a
natural to nu unnatural tone, without its
being known that you uro doing so.
To Kmart to Live.
A drv-coods house advertised tor a
smart boy, and thoy got bira. Thoy put
the smart boy behind the counter. The
following is tho conversation that passed
between him and his tlrst customer:
Customer (Picking up a imir nf
gloves)
"What aro these?"
Smart boy "Gloves."
Customer "Yes. ves: but what An
you ask for thorn?"
Bmart ooy we don t ask for thorn
at all; customers do that."
Customer "You don't understand
me. How do thov come?
Smart boy " Whv thefeomn in nni
- - - x 1
of course."
Customer "No. no: how hich dn thnv
come?"
Smart bor " Just above ths vrinf. T
believe."
Customer "But what da von o-Afc fnf
mam r
Smart boy "Mo? I don't get nothinp
for them. Boss pockets all tho money.'
ii o
tho price of these gloves per pair?"
Smart boy "0, that's yer lay, is it?
Why didn't you say so afore? Ouo
dollar."
That smart bov is too mnrt. fa otI.oIa
his smartness is a dry-goods store, lie
should go to Cougress right off. Toledo
Saturday AmeHoan,
THE DEAD CITIES.
Pompeii and llerrulaneniu neirrlbea1
an Interesting manner.
(Ltttr In Hit fialtlmnrt Arocrictn.1
In the year of our Lord 79 Vesuvius
had an uncommon eruption, which sud
denly and very completely buried out of
sight the cities of Pompeii and Ilereu
laneum; and they remained so buried for
sixteen hundred years until early in the
Inst century, when their sites wero acci
dentally discovered. Aftermuch patient
labor and at an enormous expenso, about
oiio-tliird part of these dead end buriod
cities hns been dug up; and the excava
tions nro still going on. Vnst tronsurcs
of gold and silver, rare statuary, paint
ings, and household utensils were recov
vercd in good condition, and many of
these ere now preserved, es I have said,
in the National Museum at Naples. The
navod streets have been cleared of rub
bish, and coinpnre favorably with thosa
of the cities of to-dny. Tho houses are
opon to inspoction, and ono can easily
gather from them a good idea of the
manner of lifo among tho pooplo who
ern buried into eternity with such
frightful celority eighteen hundred yers
ogo.
There is a largo musenm just within
tho main gate of Pompeii, in which are
stored vnst numbers of articles recovered
from the uncovered houses. These are
bottles, vases, plutes, cups, lamps,
money-boxes, jars, door-locks, bolts,
bells, eggs, nuts, pioces of bread, dried
fruit, glasses, towels, candlesticks, Indies,
scales, neetllcn, baskets, funnels, etc. lint,
among nil these familiar things, I was
most impressed with nn iron safe an no-
tuid iron safe identical m pnttern witn
thoso knobbed articles that only a few
ywus ago woro considered tho best t-nfes
in the world for blinking-houses nnd
counting-rooms. And yet dozens of pcr
sons hnvo within fifty years taken oul
patents for newly-invented safes,
I iniw also a ' lot of lish-hooks of the
identical pattern now so eagerly prized
by nuglers the veritable Limerick hook.
Is the world progressing? And then
there ore prostrate figures of men and
women one of the latter evidently on
the poiut of becoming a mother skele
ton.'! of horses, cats, dogs, and rats. And
there nro many skulls onoof them still
retaining sonio of its hair. All these
dreadful trophies snatched from the jaws
of death servo to illustrate tho terrors of
the dreadful night when lire olid brim
stone rained upon tho devoted cities and
wrapped them in tho darkness of death
and desolation.
If I may jmlgo from paintings end
sculptures ou tho walls of ninny rooms,
and from translations of numerous in
scriptions ou door-posts, tho pooplo of
Pompeii wero not strictly virtuous in
every respect, for there is everywhere
evidence that they had reached a re
markably high or low degreo of licen
tiousness, as well as of luxury. Almost
every houso had its fountain, its hot and
eld bath, its spacious yard or garden,
its statuary and pictures, nnd excellent
culinary nrrangomonts. But now it is a
silent city. Its houses aro tenant less,
nnd its streets nro trodden only by the
feet of curious tonrists. All is desola
tionstill beautiful and wondrously at
tractive, but dead, very dead. Despite
its paintings and its statues, aud its glo
rious sunshine, it wns to me but a
pathetic suggestion of woo and despair.
I wonld not earn to livo in a dead city.
and if I did, I could find ouo nearer
home.
King of the Jews.
Apropos of tho Jews, I heard a story
tlio other any thnt nilmirahly illustrates
their intense belief in their future. It
was told mo by a poet:
" A few years ngo I wns visiting nt the
house of , in Now York, and tlicro
wns a brilliant company assemble
there. One evening there was a rocci:
tion, and among the people who came
wns a gentleman ol such noble mien
such lofty features, such a superb and
(iigniiieii presence sncti a phieia nercn
iTy, such a manly beauty in every line of
liisface and person, that as ho moved in
the crowd I oouldu'nt turn my eyes away
from him. Ho seemed to hold mo with
a spell, I think ho was tho handsom
est man I ever saw ; it wasn't merely
physical beauty, it was spiritual beauty
as well. His whole fuco was radiant
with tho 'solar light.' Ho had very
dark eyes largo, Oriental oyes n leon
ine mass of black hair, and was full-
I bearded. I was so fascinated by him
I tlmt I hardly felt liko talking, but after
' nwhilo found myself seated beside a
charming Jewess, Miss X , a young
I woman full of enthusiasm for her race,
and proud to talk of it.
I "'Oh,' said she, ' tho day is not far
disi nnt when wo shall go back to Jer
usalem. Wo nro accumulating wealth
ami power thnt wo may hnng them to
gether there aud make it liko the city of
ndreiim, Tho great bankers, tho Roths
childs, and the rest will bring their
wealth there, nnd we shall rebuild the
temple with their trensnro. We have
tho capacity to do great things. Our
blood makes cood leaders, Beaconsfield
is a Jew, Jules Simon is a Jew, nnd
there is Hobrow blood in Ganibottu's
veins. Then in the arts we have shown
our cupachy for success hark, thoy'ro
playing one of tho 'Songs Without
Words Mendelsshon was a Jew, Iiitchol
was a Jewess ; there is no knowing to
what heights we might rise if the foot of
the world was taken off our necks, as it
will bo, as it surely will be, for God has
promised your God and mine.'
" Then,T, said tlio poot, you'll
chooso you a King one of tho Roths
childs I suppose?'
" No, no, wo have our King. Onr
King must bo of tho liucago of David.'
" ' And can you find a son of David
after all those centuries ? '
" ' Oh, yes ; it is a part of our religion
to kcop tho family records. There must
bo a setting straight of genealogies at
every week of week-years (forty-nine
yours). We know whero to find our
King he is already chosen, waiting to
bo crowned.'
'" And where is he now ?' asked tie
poet.
" ' There,' said tho Jewess, and she
pointed to the man who had so fascin
ated me. '"It is the Baron , of
Loudon ; he is recognized by all who
keep the faith as tho one upon whose
head the crown would bo placed if tho
day of restoration should come to-morrow."
New Yurk letter.
A new material is coming into use for
building. It is tire clay made Into tho
shape of a box with tho ends knocked
out. liaeh hollow block measures about
eighteen inches long and about ten inch
es square tho other two ways, so that it
has a cubio capacity for building of
twenty-eight bricks, and costs 10 cents
a block. Tdos for roofing are mode of
tho same material. Here, then, is a
material for building at one-third the
cost of bnck, and three times as aood.
TJfltJAiAT inch things ti are advertised pns
m no vslue. But who wonld y that Dr.
Uutl'a Cough Syrup poaaeanee no mailt? It is
tho ttaadud remedy of our age. Prioe 25 oeuti
abottle, ,
A Telling Law. I
with one of our representatives, recently
said : " I have been a sufferer from rheu
matism and neuralgia for tho past ton
years, and tried all kinds of remedies,
llaving heord so much about St, Jacobs
Oil, I tried a bottle, aud found it truly
wonderful," rotutown (1'a.) Lcdyr.
Inji valinnt suffering for others, not
in a slothful making others suffer for us,
did nobleness everlio. The chief of men
is he who stands in tho van of men,
fronting tho peril which frightens back
all others; which, if it be not vanquished,
will devour tho others. Every noblo
crown is, and on enrth will forever be, a
crown of thorns. Curtule.
Mr. Ed. Tbickett, tho celebrated oars
man, Kingston, Canada, says : "I have
fonud St. Jacobs Oil a sure and certain
euro for rhoumutism, etc." Nao Yurie
dipper.
Aocordinu to Dr. Jlaclnreti, of Scot
land, the typos of insanity luivo changed
with modern timet). Acute dilirom
mania, for example, is comparatively
rare, but nientul cnfceblement, atteuded
with paralysis, is becomming nioro and
moro common, ns a result of tho over
work and worry of the struggle for ex
.steuoe at the presout day.
'Wow Well mid Nli-on."
Hnii'JUX, IllluoiB.
Dn. It. V. Pikrof, Buffalo, N. Y.i Vtar Sir
I wmll to statu tlmt my ilnngliti r, anl 18, was
pronounced iururubUi and was faat fniliiiR Hit
llio doctors tlioiiL'bt. nilb comminution, I ob
tained a liali ttoicou Unities ol jniir "uoi'ii n
Medical Iliseovery "fir her, and alio coin
noticed iiiipitiviuK at nine mid ia now well ami
strong. Vary truly yours,
ItKV. ISAAC JN. AKUUSTIN.
"Dincovcry" sold by druggists.
A PniLADBT.rrnA boy was asked if bo
ever prayed in church aud answered,
"Oh. I always say a prayer liko nil tlm
rest do, just before tho sermon begins."
"Indeed, responded tho astonished
querist, " what do you Pay?' "Now I
lav me uown to sleep. riutaaapnia
News.
Mirk llctlnclte.
Jilts. J. C. IlENbKimoN, nf Cleveland, Ohio,
Mite: "The line of two of Tierce's 'I'lesKiint
Tiiri-'ative Ti'llottH a ilav, for a few nei ks baa
entirely cured mo nf si'-k licaclarLe, from winch
1 formerly aurfi rail trrnl.lv, as nfo-ii, on an
average, as once iu ten uuvu." Of all druggists.
A RRA enntnin vim lirnnMif Tinfru-n a
justice iii Marseilles nml mercilessly nt-
to. .1, l ltv liiu ii.. w.i. U'l
..j ,.. f'iwi;iii, d mt ei, i lien
at length ho was suffered to speak, he
said: "Your honor. I nslt n ilel n v i if nnu
week in tho proceedings, so that I niny
nml a nig enough imr to nnswer that
man." His request was granted.
Youxo and middle-aged men, aufffring from
norvoiia debility and kindred affections, as
loss of memory and hypochondria, alnnild in
close tbreo tonis fur Tart VII of World's
IiiHpi'in-sry Dime Hnriesnf pamphlets. AiIiIivhh
WiPiii.n's ' Disi'hNSAinr MkuicaI) Associiiiox,
Unlliilo, N. Y.
SotrrnEnx ladies who liko broad veran
das speak of tho stingy littlo porches ol
tho North.
Kot Fnrlliil, nut f'omplele.
Alf.xamuiia, Vi., Anv. 4. 1RS1.
If. IT. WaiinmlW.ii: .sirs Ynui-Hafu Kidney
And Liver Cnro linn ( fleeted an riuire cure in
my rnau. I autTered every fomi of Kiiiney
auueuuy. u. j. bcmmkks,
San Fhancisco owes gns bill of
300,0Cd, and won't settle .n full
From Mississippi.
CoitiSTii. Mish., April 2, 1877,
C'npt. W. P. Ellis, liailey Springs, A In.
Dear Sir It gives me pleasure to
suite me result oi me use ot Jimiev
waters in my ease. I had for several
years hren the victim of Chronic lb-
iirrliron. The exhausting discharges,
and absence of assimilation of food, with
painful ulceration of the bowels, had
reduced mo from vigorous health t'
an almost hopeless condition, Mv nhv
sieinn advised a trial of the celt -bruted
Bailey waters. In a few (lavs after mv
arrival the functions of the liver anil
kidneys wero favorably allected, mv
digestion became comfortable, tho ir
ritablo condition of mv bowels rnnidlv
disappeared, nnd a comfortable state of
haalth soon estahlised. This nmircd
two years ngo, nnd I have ever since en
joyed good health. I attribute mv re
covery entirely to tho medical virtues
of liailey Springs. Vorv Kespectfiilly,
I). S. MA LONE.
"Jay Gould can't find timo to shave."
It should bo said, out of justice to Jay.
that this paragraph refers solely to his
fuco, and not to speculators, New
Haven Register.
Om Thirty ! Trial.
The Voltalo licit Co., Maruhall, Mich., wfl)
end their Electro-Volt io IielU aud otliei
lilectrie Appliancea on trial for thirty (lava to
any rwrnou afflicted with Nervoua Debility.
Lost Vitality, and kindred tronblea, ,;iiaraiit
lug complete restoration of vigor aud manhood
Adilrexa aa above without delay.
P. 3. No nik ii incurred, aa thiitr dari
trial is allowod.
There nro twenty relicts in Fauquier
county, V., of deceased soldiers of tho
war of 1812, who draw pensions from tho
Government at tho rate of 3 a mouth.
Womk.n that hsvo boon civen np to dio have
been cured by Lydia E. 1'iiiliham's Vegetable
Compound.
Tna whalo has sand. There aro soven
different sort of bomb-lances to kill
him with, and yet he doesn't blubber
over iU
Kiiinf.t-Wort cares piles. It has s sootbiog
and liouliug action that is very potent.
In tho columns of Berlin papora nro
frequently notices offering children as
presents to whosoever wishes to adopt
them. r
Toss cod-liver oil, from aeleeted livers, on
the ica ahore, by Caawell, Haznrd 4 Co., N. Y
Abiolutoly pure and ewoot. Tatiouta who have
once taken it prefer it te all otlicra. Phyaiciaua
declare it inperior to all other oila.
1.000 to 61,000 at nnrrlnire.
Tub New Orleans Mutual Aid Union pays
ita nnll.-ina nt mumI... .....1
, ...mxi, ,,,, iTtcncB men
and women on the sitne terms. It is etinr-
erea, ana iu nuicers are lirst-clata husinei-s
men, anlv-ot and reliable. Only uniiuir
ried white men and wnnrn can join. Ag'ts
and men. hers warned eve ywlierc. All must
annd (tnnA rcf-runnna P..- ...I
o ....'ui a ui p ii vicii 'urn nu-
dr as the M. A. U , 122 Oravier m., N. O.
Pit i nn it r. I. .... .1 , r... . . i i
v...... ... .imuu-, ineo, puuiiiert nnu r-iug'l
ki cured bv using Juniper T.ir fonp mude
by Caswell. Ilazn inl A ( K
Don'l Die In the
" Bough on Bats." Clears out rats, mice,
ro&choe, bedbuga, lies, ants, moles, oldpmunka,
gophers. 16c
MOORE'S
BlISSNES.
UNIVERSJTY.
Atlanta, Oa.
Onfl of tho het m.rlW.
bcdooib iu mo couairy. ureumnt uiuin-U u':(i:u,
.lain
if 1 f a
WK to TOnr IWB town. Trmaatr1 iiniAi
Osvl fr. Add wl. Ham.itCo.. PnrtUu.l. M
- , u-UBUll.l, WUMI,
W. B. IUNTK. Inlbtt. V- v..l. '
A BEG'JLAR CIRCUS.
MrX oil J
m Vi'
ttIunrl'ni'y0
i!:h, vii'M'toKciariiiiy, it i w
iimtiiiKi"! Mi'l Hi'Tiavlily ,'"I"'I'I".
,.ca. net-an- " V, ".t
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l,fi,itiilll..i.,iiii'l.rc.iireftc;nr' j"F S
Clio pi mil.:.., Iillaurl'i iliiiPl"'' t'Jp
,hu taV-luiwry-liox Willi
em rcmiliirliy, nnt now fa H'" )
verieil iiitu mi "Id eicc-p'.t In us)
ecllur corin r for .ro.'P"'.Hv u-f . n . id
nci'iip-iiicliil, old P'is r, etc, il" null;
nuniial Kcrvlcein iliewny l ;'" llr',"J
iliciiiinnintofun ii'lnil l"a I"'- ""t
for all llml, wo iK'ltcve fully i '
pmiK-rly i-oii'lucti il I'ircie B-. n lininn
iifsiaii-ciiii'iit ami dlver.-li.il, Hiidjiw
li.ipi.y to -into tin- LMiiillyiia! ln" nmt
tin! lirciK-or ra'.ficr lis pniprleli.iS
mid eiii.!"ycs-es.crii.aliilly
licvo In mt. J vioas On, llio (.rcat
l'uiri llelleveruf tin; ''. Hon. 1. T.
llariiiini'" t ir-ittesl l-lmw en l-.nrtli mm
C.iap'H Mon-lerWiowciin I taken as
tvplciilca-i'. TliororiaiTMiyi: 'Wo
niliu (treat plciiMirt in Hutln;: Unit t.
.Ki oin on. i.s iu ii m; by n.'ini' rinifiir-
tl'tsnnw rn.Mncd Willi T.T. IMinumii (irciit-
Li I... -i i. 111111...1 u n ii i Hi ( out I." in i.n
( lrnn,SiiiK'cr's'li"V.il UrlM Wcnnei . ric mi'l llie
lllllTlliltli.ll.il Allied fUoWS. 1 n.iail.i:ii.,.j enu v
npria thovo who buvo oi'i'iiMmi tneinploy It, wo
buvo no hesitation In prniinuni in r-r. Jai oiih
on. llio bo-it liniment wl.trlt In.h ever lin
liniislit to our notice. It is woiiUnnii.)' tUna
tl .iii in tiiLxiiiiior pain.
(Mimed) II.minlm, li.tli.l'.v A TlrTrttutW.
'lite Tre-s A;;. utol'(,uup -I J..ii-lcr H.ow fay'!
"In ciiv-Hm" rln'Oinnll in or I'l iiinlalnl-i of ti-il
:iiiiIiiiirail-lH kti tw lmw l cu.f thtin-i lveivi ry
rp'T'lily. hr.J.noiii On. i-t n very pnj.iiliir n tn
cilvutnoinruiir p.- .;.'o f-.r rlicnnmUc piilio.eii'l
ualou ns they ciuiKi't II they wn'tMircrtiiiicli.''
X!r. Frank I. lT.ivao wiy.t: "1 !uiu nUiii-d
ti.rril.ly from rluuniuilsiii In Try re:!it ih'.iil'l'-r
i. nil nrin.iiadiit iiiei-niiieliiiie I laid t-cvi repiiina
iu iny clic-t. H'liactliau hi tii-tt I H"id n.iiii'itiiiiir
in ft iii'Wi-pniH'r ti'ioat tho i' iaai!:.iMe t nre-i of
M. Jai ob-i oil,, nml I tlioit'.'lit 1 tv italtry tliit
remedy. I led ym I ntn ninthly ctml 1 did, f-.r
t'lt'-r ii-f lit? one or two butlli ol tlmt pri-piiuuli-n
' Ml no ii I is whatever, nnd have hud ii'iuehiiieij.
1 ma linn l.. lict i r iu Nr. Jai mis (m, an. 1 1 want
everybody iu tiy coiapuiiy to keep It iiuir thciu."
& M ik fit ft
C:iE5flATED aAi
,'1
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U !i) Sal B
Ani-'iiy tli niriliniial inrnnn of nrrpflin; dicftM, !to-lt-!tci'.i
r".y:nacii llittr iniiti p r-riitujnt. It i lirrlin
tlif fntihrr ti'C!f . cf nil i1miiii-rn nftltff blitmu-h, Ihtl-j
an 1 J l-.twi'li, f vivi'H tln vital s! iiniiu, jir.V Hl ftml r"tn
-n i liili. ;it 1 vi r, itirrt'tttK tin: urtivity i.f tlifktdm ji,
t-ntjiit- r.i' l-. it t ti'li i:r-tr to rhvuiui'M uu, ntit n gt-ii'i.iJl
t.iy iui'1 i-'i- to iitnl. m tj t til :ititl iicivii'iF - ivnn.
Vvi t:i!f liy all Ifni'Uta at.il Ie;tlc;
p'ttfiHlijr.
1 )liiMiiiirapli. or lhonil li(rilii l.
1 mu ll.-itn.ti. A'i ii m-
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t NEW YORK and IiOSTOX.
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AWAROFD
GOLD MESE
DV THE
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
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Steam Engine and Saw Kill
Ixhlblted at Atlanta In 1881.
Manufacturer n 8t'"irn Fn?,in(!'' nii''".
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