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'Milt ; : f .- '' i .tynuE "wow oiw fhlov !isiiliM latvtS fc':;Urlt.W if - - -. j i in I '' I ,1 u.:t .'I I I . in vm my- l.iinr., i fl" ,i , trt !;.ll'.in -i: ! ,'i:v; i ii ...irt' . I ... ; , VOLUME'.' XXII. WINOllKSTEhV TENNESSEE, 'APRIL' 23,1883. NUMBER 5. '. i i '''. V V - . .. . A . : :. i 1 . ,i! I . i-..".:;". j ...'! .'I'i iif. eft : , )( 7 - ; . ,.; ;. i i i ) r.i !. : '. ,Vt i-ii; .w i , ' ' " . ' ..- :l ' ' - '"' -! ' ' ' : ' y ":m . ' ' ' T m T . GENERAL NEWS. ; I ' ' I Tin females outnuinlx-r the males in Alabama by 17,217. There are ever 100 varieties of timber in Hurray county, Ga.. Tlicro are o0,000 ornngo trcea at Hay Pi. Liiti'j Mississippi. .'. .' Them will noon lie three cotten-seed inillii in itnil around Clicraw, Ala. From one aero of long Htaple cotton in fluiiMn county, Misiissippi, Mr. W, Waddcll realized JAJO. ThWrm irili rAidcricif n Alliens, Oil, vhith semo time since mid 'or fO,, 000, ii now lu'U at 112,000. A young lady near Bainbridge, Ga., Im almiit four acres in onions and ex peels to realise 11, C00 on tlio crop. The number of bearing orange trees on TT.'ilifax river, Fin., is estimated at SOO.fl). Js'.ew groves aro being planted nil (lie time. ' A bill withdrawing all iu1lio lands in tTie Mate from Kale or leaee for two ypars islobe ftitrnducid into Ibe Texas legislature. -1- -' - ' The k'ey West sponge fleet, nuuilier ine 70 vessels and about 000 men, is out xt t cmiw; "A. largo f catch of sponge brings about $300,000 into tha$ cty. Tlie entire police force of Iliraiing hain, A1h., have dcmniidrd higher wages, and refund ' to work. 1 They are being paid 100 per month in city script, dis counted twenty per cent. AluiiMtithin i-igbt of the Court bouse at Monlicello, Flu., there are 800 acres of watermelons and 00 acres in potatoes. . These croj s ure estimated to bring the producers i 20,000. The Nrrth Carolina Stalo Toard o Agriculture have decided to make a full dinphiy of State products at the fair of the New England Mechanic's Institute, at Hostonin September next. An am ple appropriation will be made to secure an admirable display. The Charleston News and Courier itates that South Carolina phosphates are In demand in almost every market, and South Carolina fertili.ors are pro nounced by progressive farmers to be the cheapest and at the same time tho m st valuable commercial manures that can be usod in the cultivation of our various crops. More than $3,000,000 are invested hi tho mantlfai'ture' of fertil izers in that State, aud a very large cap. Ital is also employed in tho mining of phosphate ruck. The great bulk of the jugware used in the South is manufactured above Ath ens, where clay oprecially; adapted to this purpose is found. It is taken from the hunks of streams and all the work done by hand. 'A man can manufacture ahtiufijllgiUpni a'etay", but. a onc-leged 'jug-ninkerin'Jnckfori county easily put up 200 gallons. Tho clay is first ground, every lump carefully weighed, when tho vessels are formed around a fevolving wheel turned by the foot. They are then baked in furnaces and g'azed with giasi; ''They i-ell for about four cents a illon at the works. The story is told that some distance down the Georgia railroad, not far from Augusta, a case was before a Justice, nd an" Augusta lawyer was one of the attorney employed. Tho lawyer, hay ing all the fact's" nid the law that he desired in, tho case, made little or no a-gunient before the Justice, but to his utter astonishment the case was decided against him. After court' was over the lawyer went to the Justice privately and asked him how in the name of tommon sense he .could .decide- thatxase .aa he did.jjpajsfoi.ply replied t ;" AVell now, sir, we Jugices knpw great deal more aLoui thes cases,, than ia ever brought I before the court. ' Montgomery', Ala!, has the following manufactories now in operation : Two oil mills, one flouring mill, ono cotton mill, two planing mills, four grist mills to ice manufactories, two cnady man ufactories, two eoduwater manufactories, twinarrf lugcr manvrf actories, one ' furnl tufe,manUjfttctoryj one broom, manufao Wv'.niia iinwaro manufactory', on clothing Mftuf aclory , ono wagon man ufactory one,, cigar manufactory, one fertilizer; works, one iron works, two marble works, two railroad machine shops, orte railroad car worka, one gin andmachinc works, one cotton compress, one oil refinery, two iron foundries, four printing houses, four brick yards, The above makes a total of 44 establish ments in operation; which in affair rf- bibit for a city comparatively unknown M a manufacturing point. r There is talk in Georeia of purchasing Liberty Hall, Alexander Stephen's late residence ,by woluntary contributions, nd retain, in it the famous rolling chair TOPICS OF TUE DAT. Tmt lurgost vessel in the English navy eost ,a million aud a quarter to build, and nearly a thousand dollars a day to keep thorn at sea afterward. Esoijbh railroads havo paid, aince 1870, over $5,000,000 in damages for personal injuries to passengers. Inl876, 81,435,000 wore paid in this way. The estimated expenses of tho Gov ernmont for 1884 are placed at $310,280, 1G2. The amount of import duties is estimated at $235,000,000, aud of iutor uid revenub at $145,000,000. . Miss AUhy .A. If. Gay, who was prom inently instrumental in establishing the Coufodorato Soldiers' Cemetery at Frank lin, Tonn., lias now undertaken tlio task of raising money for a monument to tho lato Senator Hill, of Georgia. Tue chargo for third class passengers per uiilo on the railways of India has beon reduced to about ouo hulf cent. Tho result has been a largo increase, in traffic, the poorer classes uvniling thorn selves more gonorally of tho railways. New Yojik City has 2,000 rag-pickers, whose collections are viiluud at $750,0OQ per year, while the handcartsengagod in tho same business guthor' $3,000,000 worth. The entire rag tradoof tho coun try reaches about $30,000,000 annually. Children born before tho marriage of their parents can not inhorit property auloss by will, according to a statute ex isting in New York. A dillVrent law prevails in Pennsylvania, where the sub lequent marriage of their paronts legiti-. matizos the children, Ir is estimated that tho wheat crop of 1 tho present year in tho United Htutes will fall below that of 1832 by at least 30,000,000 bushels. Much of tho wheat throughout the Northwest and West is reported to be winter killed by tho ex ceptionally cold weather. William V. Allkn ami lloiaco li Jones, of Caribou, Mo,, havo hom;ht 10,000 acres of land in ArooBtook (.'nun ty, in that State. This laud will bo set tled by immigrants from Sweden, and a now town will bo organized that will probably be named Stockholm. The Treiutury Dupurtmeiil linn made contracts for the establishment of cattle quarantine stations at Baltimore, Uustou, Portland, and New York." It Is the pnr- poBo of the department to put a thorough system of cattle 'quarantine into opera tion nt tho earliest practicable day. ' PinLArLPiUATsjoWng In" tho siic oessful oponing of tho oablo motor rail way, a substitute for tho horso railway, &nd regurded as a niueli more agreeable substitute than tho elevated road. Tlio cable runs at tho rato of seven milos per hour. .' At a wood cutting contest in MoKt-nn Couuty, Ph., a tow diya ago, two wemen won the first prizo for crocieut sawing, the contestants working iu' 'pairs.' It women really desire to couipoto with men in industrial pursuits, here is a field they may oooupy, and no man will molest them. Investigation shows that in Utah tho Mormon Church has 120,000 monibers, in tho Western States aud Territories about' 80,000, aud in tho Sandwich Islands about 7,000. It has about ninety churches iu Great Britain, and the de nomination is one of tho largest in the southern part of AVulos. Dr. E. R. SiiowwAMF-n, of Mobile, Ala., baa presented to tho University of Alabama his collection of fossils and marine fresh-water shells, embracing more than one hundred thousand speci mens, together with a lino library of scientific works. It is said to be one of the boat collections in the United States. jonx G. Witittirb thinks that" the old Indian policy of rescrratioas' is no longer available. "Tho Western tide! immigration,:' lio writes, "is ovotywiiera weeping over tho lines. What is need ed," ho adds, "is that not only tlio imnan schools should bo .moro liberally sup- Dortcd. but that new ones should bo ouened without Joky, TU matter does 4- not admit of proerastinatioivr , 1 1 ; Itf ocTTinaaway tho knolls alwnt tl8 old fort at Lake George, N. Y., to obtaiu earth arid gravel for repairing the rail road embankment, the workmen lately dug Into what was doubtlcsa at bne timo tlm military burial erouud. Seven skel- inn were oxhumed, nearly all of which bear tho marks of likttW: y-ku hitJf abuUet-no,e inth0 Kireneou' n'l,t1,lu the sand was shaken from it outdropped 'ii. - au...A l.nllAf. J J - - ease, and Bays that Meyerbeer, Heine, and other Jews wrere long bis 'personal friends. ' Ho alsd speaks ' of various services that he rendured to meritorious. Jewish artists, aud of, aid that he gave numerous Jewwh lenovolunt institutions in different couutiiu .during his long publio career,. ;'n.; J rt-.i no 1 1 Tub English rate of telegraphing is to be lowered to sixpense for an ordinary f mes sage, any diitaneo. The motion 'r iiitr tho rtnliiction ndvisablo. wa against the wishes of tliegovcru(ruut,hut time will nndoubtedly makemriuifost its wisdom.1 Cheap tolegrapbiug is a neces sity. Tho Eagliih Government is com pelled lo meet this need by arbitrary reductions. In thisMiatry the demaud ia likely to bo auswered by ingenious in-' ventions, which of themsolvcs work a rev olution iq methods of transmission and expenses of opornting. Where improve-' ments aro desired in order to chcapon the cost of a system an 6nlit8 "of private en terprise ia worth a ton of government inertia, i - i Pn. WiT. James, -of .Harvard Univer sity, has mado some experiments to tost the modern theory of the somi cirouhir canals of tho ear, instead of being con nected Wit1ttrT(5TJense"of liearinc.' serve' to convey the feeling of tho rnovemenv of the held tfirough spar, which, when intensified, .jwoome diiuhei.' Ho sub jected doal.'kMitns to rapij whirling.' Of 618, 180 ver, wholly iugapajde of bciug mado diziy, 184 were mado dizzy in a very slight dogreo, and 199' were nor mally, aud in a few cases abnormally, sensitive. Of 200 students and instruc tors, but i !figle one proved exempt from vertigo. These results scorned to Dr. Jawea to support the theory which was the objeot othis inquiry. Wiif.n the now electric lights in the Dig MountuliTcolliery, near Shenandoah, were first put In operation a few days ago, seven glazed, and dazzled mules, which for jlvo years had seen no brighter luminary than lanterns, turned tail and lied into tho depths of tho mini)." The workmen toll, interesting stories about the habits of colliery nmles, their tough ness, their contentment, and their total depravity, .feveral mouths ' ago the lower levels in,, the largest colliery at St. Clair wcro- Hooded, work was stopped, pnd all the mules were hoisted to the surfiteo.. Moro than a dozen of them had passed eleven cimtinuoiia years iu the mine, and had. apparently forgotten that there was a world of rmss and sun shine, for whou tlioy were turned out to pasturo tliey hnddled together in evident alarm, aiuliur a whole day did nothing but g.izo on I'urth'and sky. .The prob ability is, that they wore at first blinded by tho glare a common experience with their kindred wider siiuiliir circum stances. Just' as thoy wore beginning to enjoy their new lifa, work was resumed in the mines, and they went J,baek to their old honiQ in tho darkness. 1 TMUlX-flQlp ' ' .( . . ! 1 1 Tlirnmrli every hnpvy llnx I ding I f'l lli liiilu or llio SrlK. Tim day U like1 an olil-l'lmo faco . , . ' Tljut kIpaiss across auiSe frrniMip place A n nlcl-tlioo raep an olil-tlmo chum, ' . V ho rises t roitj tie yrave to com Ani) hire me WW alotnr thri w'nys" Uf Time's ll-golilen yustvnlsyt. . .. i I.' Sweet Day I to thus remttifl Kot TIti;UMU)ii;iinetolffiirtmD jOi ToniNnmiarllkvtrttS o.U '.-fill axiiiiim iuu uioujum ui nia lips, And pipe for mo tho ulirnnl known By noao but be and 1 aluuel . ,.. . ,'..:! , .. ,:,' I net), arrow tlio inhnol-rooin (loos ' Tim nlmduw of Urn vwn (Uu, ,, . t And ilnnoliiK dun and unHHiu"Wnt, I-IiiiiUii lliu wtlio, munilng went, A nd bookonlng my t)iqn-liU itnr' ' 'Where reeds and rnnuliyf Wuivrs arc; Ian and Destiny, whithersoever 1 am ap pointed .to 1 : will follow without wavering: oven tliongh , 1 turu cowanl and hruk, 1 shall havo to loiiow an the same." ' Blioiild I marry Mr. Pucre? Was U a good partiP ns tho world said. Too pood : for mo, as my lady Hrguiitly jilirnned It. I had been born Into tho world amid tieroo. throes of nieiitnl unguiih. My mothur'a heart was rent with the great pMiof IiiV father's sudden death -droin'ed oil' (hn Cornish coast, fori was bornatsl-a. She lived until I was ten' yean old, a llfo ot sorrow, nun povenv, I... I ....,......'....:.... mm., I....K...I I...... niii iciiuiiiiiui mil. j iii'ii piii; niuiit ii;iii a coiupassioiinli) Of him 1 have with closed W here ninlier-colorrd Ikijoiis inu nuii-urnwncu weenif nil i a d wisps of (trai; W'tiore dprnwlliiif tnvK, In liivviess Vi'y rlng on and on Ineeiwsiilljr. " Aitiilnrt tile dim wond'n green oxpnnso Tliu.i'itt-uil IUU tts uiru Unao, While nrt Its ttp-ftno mlxht deolaro Thu whlto "snuke-Ivedur" lliiHUuuiud thorcl A Knotty Problem. It was a severe retort; and yet a mer ited reproof f'r a pieeo of uncalled-for asperity and iihliiinlness, if uotof dowii riulit indi'OetlW. 1- " - They worn iu tho small cabin of a river ferryboat" Two young Imlioa sat M mdl'ier. (ine ei whom bad jiist had an ambrotypolllieness, or niiiitntu.ru, of herself taken, which sho was exhibiting to hor-prttnpniilorcRlm vnirMi ordinary appearinj,' girlsho ot mo nmiiroiri ivilh iiuu excention: she had Avert largo nose nlv.euorniiius nose for such a face. . . ' "i tjll the sear Qpyxwiwinnn liiiuiwihsbi, i fatherly-looking maute.whom an ant inilijjir. wuJ Homethuig now.-. His garb and' gunoXHl .ajipearaitoe'jcspoki'tt mrtn of tho rural di-stiietAs Uuv.otner of tho piiitirt was about .1') p)tt it fiwAy, this man put out his hand, and aSKe'Tii ho miglrt bo permitUid to ok at "that ernpietur?" . " f kiiiii.'i, 'J'ho girl looked at-' WmMrJiTJgnatitty. "What is niypieturo to youV" she re torted, angrily. "Just you mind your own businoHS 1" . . r , . For a moment the man was as one ,l..rstruek: then be seemed hurt, and pained; and, liually bis honcbt faco u,w liiiiiiiil with distrust. Afinv ?i tihM lm caucrhttho" cmzo ottltn diimsel iixed upon him a, tlmugh half ashamed of herself;' mt slio would not break tho sUence. , ite, however, on- hlM.U' 'li'fll I ' - , "You 11 pardon mo, miss; imt i nan a pnrtieular-rriason lor wanting tosoo that ere piettir o yourn. o'.. i " ftnoiiwi inn mil. niii u ihj i pOoil to mnintam her assumed Acuity. ''whiit might Jhniajtjoularl reason liavo oeen r "Vt id it might a een a rhoii wmi thhiRs;aut jwidlyi I wa'odi-;oii tq . . . .l'.-i ll... ..m- mill, tl.n' liowilll Uift.HW."u '! '.'".'. pjotur over contrived to g(;t thatfso on iu pv ....... - i - .., ' . , . ., . At that moment mo una loiu nim mo landing, and tho oouiitrvman picked up his bundle, Iwwoil pouwiv Jug, quivering danism; ana luoyuu ou, aud r Tomno. in' hifl worki on "Malaria its Effects," says:;; "W lien mo poison of malaria exists in the numau body lo a Bidden form, it will rtijtfwfl complicate any uiseaeo i -i,1t may bo dlppoBed. i 'It becomes and other rciles!! mnbinw' it a-Dcculiar r,rat dantrer when complicated witli Vilrrim i iiiirin. . mm1a nf the im! iffactions of the luugs, heart, liver, State. hi..n 41. Tt U nd kidneys. The liver should pass out 1 -d one-odfWy of tl,'. VT" " i- ' n DrcUirtiouate ftmbunt otpoiaoai I U oi the late governor, seated in a rolh?r ipropt"w""' t T ( K titff Ih'ftf I ffiT 10 T Lit. Comroaer.Lasbeen supposed yZPH anifni. UUU4U rlo entertain tn same onmn j wi'"" Hi, r'iu.. ZCTul-' l iu fiinr. voi evinced by Wuguor, but m, pnotioallmiinS mmtlif Mart ttlty utter Jhit VublisheJ ia IJUUBM ! The Kind Father. A mnn went to a doctor and told him 1 ; "Doctor there is something tho mat ter with my brain. . Alter any Bovero r'l ion I have headache. What it 41, iv.meilv fflr it?" f 1 ' . " Tho best roiuodv is to get yourself elected to tlio LogiKlaturo, where you ...ill l.nva 1111 occasion lO think.". 1 , The. patient replied if it wasn't for tb) knows this (o fight despair sakft-uWikiihiMwifrJiaowM i . Ion. rrn cln.vv experiment. Ho didn't want them to. co 4hr.iWihtlfc gm attaobod jLd their lianiea. : . ; ..i: I I calijh my lirnalli, as children do In woodland awii)i;ii, wliuii lib' Ik iicit. And all the Idood In warm aa wine And tliiglea Willi a I u lift divine. My anul limn ni, the atmosphere And alnira alouil where (lort cun hear, And all my hcliiv leana Intent To mark Ida ginllliiR wmnlcrnii nt. O, irraclnns dream and irrai'lmis thnf. And Kraeloua tlivinc, and frraotoua rhymo When biidir rir prlllR tail it to lliow ' ' In lilussuiiia that we uaud lo know And lure ii l.ai k alniiK thn ways III Time s all-Kiililen yisi'rdit ! Jtmt Wluttvmb Uily.in Miilanajxiltt Jtw uui. j ' " MK, JaITk HT0RV.' "Am (hern no tindcrwrlturs fur human linpi'Hl' Tor tho must piucloua of Inlerenta la lliero no inaiirunecr" 1 had beaii templed all day, tempted by fato niKl tho devil. All Summer lour I had been living to clasp bands for u life journey with a man 1 did not love; a man nolilu of -soul . apd born to the pniple, who set iip high lineage against my poor gills ol neauiy Mint son. lie 1 lire w some love into the scales, too, bul f , (iodhelp me, had none to'lve In return. 1 I had bartorod erewhilo my whole poi sessions for a few glances of a dark, dark eye, and my nolo had gone lo pro test. Could I, could I? It l;i'pt 'ftijlowmg mi! about with fateful persistency, for to-night 1 was lo give my answer to my high-bom lover. 1 tried to look, tilings in tho face, in count the oonl.; . iMoney was a food lliiii''; it lasured one warmth in vjntcrnudilelicioiiseool ness In summer, and pivltinoss and daintiness, and tint entrance Into good society. Yes, money w as a good Ihing, and position and power, and houses and lauds. So far, good; but my soul hungered and thirsted fur a luvu com mensurate with niy own, w hich this man, w ho offered me purple and gold, had it not in his power to give; or, let me qualify that, had it not in his nature logivo. Tho stars came out golden nml soft, mid tho fragrant summer dusk .crept around me whurelsal inhiiliiiglheseent ot tlio roses. Ambition aud love, toru my heart by turn, and weariness, loo, nut in a poor pitiful plea, for l was no tired, so tired. It was a brilliant future that Keginnld Dacro offered me, wherein toil and weariness could never comu, i llhought of the purple ami lino iineu; tho lii.v .urjoiis rest; the eiiuiluiucnt.s! Then my daily lifo passeil In review heforn me . . . F " ! . . . I .! mat oi companion n n naiiLrniv, unu lady, and a singer in a fashionabli church, among fashionable saints and sinners. 1 began to croon over the old sal ire: . MJu a church which Is gurnlslieil with miilllon 1 wl nun Ktti'ii1. With Hlitu: and roredos, with gargoyle and groin, be penitents' dresaca are sealskin and tiiblu, kriieoiUir of sitiii tMy'H eaii ilu eologno. . ut Kiirerr tl LuciriT Itylng from iiiinoa, Could gnso at this crowd, with Ita panlers nml tiuEiits. Ho would nay, looking round st. the lords and ! tuoiaaius, O whore Is All pinners, If this is All Baliita?' " I had entered upon this lifo from nn unloved .and unloving home, a home doled out to me by the tardy justice of a grand-unoio wimtianrouDcu me ot my inheritance. 1 though tjljim l might lind tho sanarrcal somowbero in this liew country, which seemed so fair, but nlasl I had not even heard tho swish of wings. ' ' ' ; ' . . ' 1 thought of it all tho fevor and tno fret; tho petty juror tho ioa.simder.stand ine's; the puiu of incomprohousioui tho iiiigucrdiiued toil; tlio lagging hours; the awful pauses. 'j hia or marriage; imsor nun i mv. It seemed written liko a placard on earth and akv. It seemed bound Ilka pllylactery upon tho brows of tho peo- i)I as tncy passeu to ami iro; mm " tlrf word marriai'o lost all its signiti- ranco for mo, as woribuln-iiflcr oft re- iKiatinff. Did It moan misery or nanpi- ness. bliss or woe? This niarrinjro that rung its changes through my brain was it God-apiioiptcd? , Did it niean (iVP blessing or His cursor You know 1 did noi lova mis man who nffered mo rest from mv labors lie had not power to tevoke.jne thrill Bt i a call, ltut then lovo is oiuy ouu roasinn wliv onn ahot'ild marry a man. Thcrq, might bo love and plenty of money, and yet ono go hungry an one iifn I havo known such thincsi ' I had tried to make my mo straight ... l fnir I Im.l tried to keen clean lunula and a uuro, heart; tried God who knows the- gerruts oi an neans, hie im to tho care of world and my mu le. uiresuy siiokeii. "My life dragged. on wheels. ' I was alws at war with my surroundings. Though too proud to express i, I had never realized mv ideal of womanhood, or in any way frown up to mv a-pii al ions ami ilieiiins. f , 1 had in'own at all it had been throui'h pain and repiV"iou - a fatal thing always for a waiin-lieariiil, earnest woman. My uncle. Edward Earle. had nn- cured mo the friendship (f) of the lady In whose house X had passed a twelve, month Mrs. Lueieii Granger, a distant cousin of bis own, I was an unsalaried miverncss or companion, our reunite consulship being always made available by my uncle. It wa ilurliii; mv resi dence with that bulv lliut mv fate came to nut. A youug nephew ot airs, (iran- gnrs can iu to tlio hull. He was an nr- uoU young uml haiulsome, and I res 1 1 from a four years' sojourn iu Home. I neeu not weary von w ith the pro logue or tho epilogue of our love, for worus am bo poor to express the heart s mifrancn. u gulden days: (Mender, passional n nightst O princely heart, conic back to me! - Alt.ivbuigqton. tvas tbe Just son of a hlirh-born lainily, and because of tho blue blood tint unilt'd blood of all tlio Howards flow iiiif in his veins, Mrs. Granger interposed her lint agaiust our love, dreading, douhtlc4s, the plebeian ailnnture of mine. It is a pity that blood does no always tell. It was flit inglorious triumph to me yet ft ill a inummi-to bain my white arnia to tho shnulder iluriiK' our gala nighte to which my voice was :il ways invited conlrasling 'their saliny siuuotlinessainl perfect contour Willi th lean, brown iippenilai'es Mrs. dranirer folded oyer her aristocratic heart. Kut a cloud ereiit into the M;v. and its shadow fell across our path. Alan was called suddenly bv tclciiraiii lo England, where his grand old fallier lay d, lug. We had but a liuiiueiil for our fan-wells, for Alan s heart win rem with sorrow, and 1 helped to expedite his departure. Hut one letter ever leached me. Hi father was dead, and he was Sir Alan Mi-A; ons-lnggod. and onoarnid col i n wiw, HiionorlS nunsuii Uj UIUU 4l4t.ni . a nnrr. ill nif all UlS WOIH. I" f ouicklv and Uioroiidiiy as any toamster witn'tnd'fuJU(irmplihia'' of ,11010.; ia notea oy mp v.aui'iu i." rv.r-' Pbtt as. one qUro BWW now. "MvfnFCinrs I Iki.cn: Mv fntlier, whmn I Iftveil ami rcsiiiM'ti'il nliovi all men. ll I v Icrilliy. I Heel net tell ymi how iIcmiIuio we fc I. ami bow I In-1 iu Ii I hiiiiis in have iIm-'I mil of every honk ami corner. M v iiar iiiuiIht M pnwl niti'U Willi Hn' blow niiii b bus luki n amiv dm lover of her vinilli. ami I hbull in lie tililo lo reliirn In ynu lur sihih.' urcks. An liuimce our lictmtbiil, ilea rest, In my tin lit am lllll'le, whieb, ynu kllnw, was mv llllt'llllcil Hi very iilirht I was called away, lie li ne In 1111 iiiv ilarilinr Helen, us 1 fIi.iII be li ne In viui liMNl-nlvlit, ileiir love. I Khali write al b imlh an mam ns inr nml her and I liuc 11111111111I niir iiIiiiih inr her lonelv tlllnre. liiinil lliulil. immk nlirlil. May hii'i K itiilde ymi. ami may Hie KihmI l iiiber liild alioul. yuii Ills vvcrlasliiig arms. 1 our 1 1 n un ami inver, "Ai.an l.eioilToy Two years had dragged Iheir slow leiiirth alonir since thai letler came, nml I hud never heard jroin Alan, inoug cravim' his prcsciicu as the prisoner craves the sunshine. 1 had written him once, and 1 had regretted Unit, "lio was soon to be wedded to nn Earl's hanilsotno daughter," Mrs. Granger read aloud from an open letter in tier hand; "in fact, it was 11 11 old iillair, prior to bis isil to. tho hall." cte., etc. Ilow 1 regretleil I hud written, though the words had been few, merely asking If he had been enabled to procure me a certain book we had mado mention of together, nml Iho time was more than a year fliro when I hud tho riirliMlms lo .iter seemed woollier mn thitherward. Tin) chimes of our (piainl old church, playing an old song, cai-.cd u choke in my throat. I would go uml invoke grand airs from the organ, and inavliati should forget the sea's ronr. H was mv wont lo go there to prac tice, ami 1 Knew the service would not beheld for a half hour. The litrhls were luriied dow n to a scmi-ijarkiie.is, nod Iho old so.loii, nilh whom I was a favorite, had left tlie key In the door for lue. 'i'lic moon slnme nei'o-s I.h organ kejs mid ik ro,-s my I'iu-e: and the trmlin;: folds of mv while die-- lo'iked ibiio-t irhnsilv in Iti li"lit. O oiutiut old church! ( (piailil old chillies! Too Kiani 1 would he far away from you, over Ibe sea to mv suitor' s b r.l! hmue, arrving willi in" 11 hc.'ivirr heurl than iny jenrs slmiild u arranl. Kill it was loo lale In look back; tuni (he fault was mine. 1 bad ruined mv own lite, nml 11111-I pay iho price. Jle- iilso 1 nail been lnrl'iddcu I lie itesiro of mine eves, had sealed mv late. I mil hound my hands, nml had Intoned 'lioilie Cory's wailing words: 1 have luriied Trniii ilicnnndKd'Is'riiybi'iuity hliniilieil Hie. ilccaiise ol lliu one which Thy whduiii denied me; I have Imnilnifed nitn" eves yen, mine own bntnls buvo bniimi me; I have lllll'le me it darkness wbon lb;lil waa amuini mo. Now I cry by Ibe wayldc. 1 hold. Hint 1 uiljdil ieccivc liack my siin. 'I'eeeavi," 1 cried, and mv bead sank upon ttie ni';:'!iii and tears stained Iho red roses at mv ihroat. 'Helen!'' and my head was lifted genlly nml Alan Lclghton's tctnli r eyes met mine. "Aiain was an my asioii- ishuieiil could utter. "My girl, Jon have sullered," ho iaeuhited, in a (one of ciiilsile len leriiess. " Helen, my first, and only love, how we have been wnmeil. 1 only learned, an hour before 1 em barked, thai you were not the false woman vou had been painted lo inc. Mrs. (.ii'iiii'TcC wrote me eighteen. months ago that you had 'tuavneil Mr. Paere, mill left with him for Cuba.' A subseipieiil. letler, without date or sig nature, inclosing the imy pearl pin i had given your, li ft ine' no room for iloubl. I left England foreter, and havo been on Hie. w ing ever since, liud Ing no rsl for my heart on .sea m- Flmre. Helen, 1 siill'eii'd as few men PITH AND POINT. Worn bare ot graag and sunshine; long culm I nigiiu From which the (liken 8lewp9were fretted I We see through shadows tall our life lone-. ..Wo oania into; this world with out our bolnc given a choice as to our advent.und go out of itlnjljeanio iuau IB M 4KU . . . I t,T,. . w nave not noun, ronsturcn a to ilrth or1 death; ;Mor ftiid mare thfifrayef , oEuloWtuitiaui.Mro,""JwtiB49, ieiM address him. And now!" ( pitiful Christ! unolhcr Wiiinun was to lie his wife, and now I must never think of the old days, or the old dreams, or look into his din k eyes, or feel his kisses upon mv tmkissed lips! Never! and I might live lift Weill's. And O the pity of It, out of all this world's million possibilities 1 had only the chaneu of two cither to wed Hegi nald Dacro, a mau old enough lo be iny father, or to be a companion lo wnno Iniiiir'lilv woman. 1 had decided upon accent Inn- Mr. Daere. I he tiny note ot harelv two lines 1 had plaeed ladween . , , " 1.1. . ..!..!.! I., the leaves ol a dook it was ins mj;iiiij custom to read. Hill Alan! but Alan! I Had lliougni him so true, so noble. 1 hud called him "mv nrince," "mv kin;', alone in tho iirni dusk miner inn stars. "I will not soil thy purplo with my ilnst.." I had whispered in my heart. Nor breathe mv poison on my v onico irhum." 1 went down lo tlnl mia in lisicu to its sullen roar; hear tell its talc of human misery; of fair fneea ilend under its waves; of irold am Wnld lvWon rrroen beds of moss; ' !.... ,1,... m Hmwnilof human misery their' requiem. "I tried to re- menilior all tma, so i""'' ihiuiv y-: seem such a great thing amid a m W of sobbing and tears. It w as a good Hung ?o thi..L.fthsufferings.of .otl;r.s. nml try to i'Miore your owu; a good Hung, ltet. niy mise'ry! the misery of tho g.i'l called Ilelcn l'restou! This plrl was somewhat of a genius, tho pooplo said. Sho possessed tho gift of sine and she was handsome, too, men srnd. ., And sho had two chances in tho world, and if she had had money enough to havo utilized her gilt of song she might have had three. lint She had smirched her soul, for all her bnnuty and gifts; had been false, to herself, to GoeT and humanity; false, too, to Reginald Daere, for sho kept hei lovo for Alan looked in hex heart. "I havo sold roy soul for bouse and lands," sho said, , " and I am wretched. Mea culpa! Mea culpa! I have kohl Btvself with open eyes," sho said, "knowingly, with mal.ee pro pen.' I have no one to blame, f Imt iain forgot W "w d,J not ,ul,k?,lt iiijui ".v--;,-.,,.. A, za j. Ililttoa lea, witn "u"j. suffer because of losing vou, ami be cause of your :iipaienl lal- cness. J Int. 1 could not wate my wlmle life be-cau-e of a woman's untruth, so I lied up the broken threads and tried not to k back. II was by cliauee i niei. Herman Sloan, and in the inid.-t i mutual confnUinecs lie asked me wliy 1 had never n t ni'ii 'd lo Anieriea nml to the beautiful Helen lYe-loii, who had declined all suitors, ami was still unwed. Helen. I cnibiirk'nl that after noon, mid I am here, neM-r lo be part ed f ii mi my ilalfne;'. When will we bo married, sweet'.'-' "Married! Alan,-' and the dreary present, recill'lin ;' lo pie, 1 willnlrew tnvsclf from his tirim. and nliiio i tm- conseioiislv mv lips Irameil llie won 'A Im.l illeil'nii'iliis 1:1-' .11 In l.llntv Ynu bad Inved me. W'li.i shall lorn nn tale? 1 euro mil ll lev" t'OIlie Ul'g'l New; ttiniprli ynnr Inve seek mine Inr mat ll l- Inn lulc." 'Too lale! Helen, my only love. plain your meaniii'', for Hod's Kike." Then came a broken, ill-ioinleil tale of my sorrow and temptation wln ti I lie: hi of his liiiudsoiue and liir ii-l'orn bride; of my weariness of the hull: of Mr, (iraiiger; of invsclf, of Mr. Ca ere's constant wooing, and at la-t of the lillle note only this night thrust be tween the leaves of liis book, making Alan s coming InreVer loo late lor iny happiness. llapid hoof-bents along Iho road, and in v courtly lover came iu night. ""Saved'! Alan," and my word icaiuo thick and fast. 'Engage him In eonver-ation. Alan, regarding the hall, Mr. (!ran;.er. the weather, stocks, etc.. etc. I will escape by the vestry door, t!y lo the hall! sc uuro Iho nole! and then, O, Alan!!-' "My darling, my brhrht ihirlijig!" hut 1 broke from his cnisi) nml sped aiv.ly liko a cJininols lo tlie hail. 1 did not lieod that tho roses fell from my throat., that a portion of mv laco lloiinco graced a thorn-hush, or t Imt my uur, unloosed Irom its faKtenint's. hiiipr about mv shoulders. I think if I had lossessed a piece of paper 1 should have iield it nlofl, and should havo shouted a reprieve! a reprieve: ss inn l ii'v o te (ii now i ncnocu inn : . .. . . . . . r i nolo and hul it in my liosoni, ot now i l ran ip-st airs and peeped tor one mo- meni into mo iininn, iwisiin; ii my shining hair, and trying to husli Vlie loud beating of my heart, of !nw V rapidly traversed the path leading to the church, dodging neniuu an usage hedge to escape mcctim; Mr. Daere, lnirrv'ui"' on as soon as 1 w as free, to be folded close to Alan's heart? "And vou will not laugh at me Alan?"' '"Lnug'h at you, my darling, and wherefore?" "Oh, for my mad Might, for tho red roncH scattered all ulon tho road; for mv iiiiliiiiinileiHov at vonr return; for nronosiiiir lo run and steal the nolo, aud, andthings." For answer came lender kisses pressed upon browr and Hps, and closed eyes, "ml Mr. Lord Lovel (Mr. Daere) rode forth from tho castle gales, alone.- Un acgo U'rilniiic- A great niodisto lssuod tho follow ing diiootions for wearing a new styl of head-gear i ."With this bonnet tin mouth is worn slightly opon." x A writer on subjects of scionce.ay' ' ' that as a fertilizer an inoli of Jm m T worth an Inch of roses. Onoshad'Tifrglil 'Kv 10 produce a mllu of bloom. N. X, 11 raid. .- A Hartford architect says "ibe hosf, fire-e.'capo Is a cool head." We'd lika " . to sco that architect lotting hinnolf " , down from a sixth story window on a cool haui.Doslvn I'od. . . . , . "Otway, a (Ji'aiuatio poet of tin : first-class, perHhud with hunger." What became of tlio third cla-s poets in Olw.iy's day is .not stited, bnt they , were (irobably fired from a liiorlJir ' against a elono wall. yorrutown : IkraUl. ,.,.4.. . . i. .. A sovon-yearoldcr, with the pun, sferN mark on UU brow, at dinner, askod his mother what w:n in a jar on tho table. "I'ii'klos, my son,'.' was the reply, "l'lion, niamini, pleasOi pickle : little ono out for inn," camo with stun .. niu'g forco from tho child, and tho mother full over a ohair and fainted. Detroit Free l'ress. . If you want to find a logician, go . to your tailor. Thj) other day ono of these fractious of the human family was overboard lo remark: "I never ask a geatlonian for money. " ."Hut suppose ho doesn't pay you then ?" i Well, if lio doesn't pay inn within a roasonnhlo time, 1 conclude ho is not a gentleman ami then I aiU him." The Judge.'- A man drank sumo l'owery whisky in New York last week, and, .turned ia eight lire alarms before ho recovered. ; lit ono fire-box be loft a note asking tho tiro department to put out th comet. No villain eonhl .' have anceeful1y played It on our liivmen. Not becausu j our police aro too vigilant lo allow it, but simply bcoauso Laramie hag no lire alarm uoes. lAiramic poqincraiifi-- "How can I leave you, my darlingP" murmured a Toledo lover ia tonus of distressing tomlernoss, as ho observed isitn nanus ot llio ciock apjiroacn a per pendioiilar on tho dial." "Well, John," responded tho girl with wicked inno cence, "you can like your choice. If you go through tho hall yon will bo liablu to wake up father, and if ymi leave by way of tho back shed you'li ho likely to wake up tho dog." Kxchnnje. A Chicago paper says that a printer In that city has been cured by prayer, ll does not say what the printer wm cured of. If lio was cured of oxtracling tho word in a paragraph on which a joke hinges, nii'l subslilul, a word of his own "to mako sense,'' as ho puH it. wa will Indorse the prayer cure, ami give it a live-inch electro ad. freo, ona year, top column, next to reading mat ter. All omissions and wrong insertions to lm made good nt end of contract. Texita !j'(iiuj;i. ' . The only way to deal with a liar is to beat him at "his own game. What started this item was rending about an American who hud been to Kuropu, and who was tellinfra friend whoknow ho was a liar, about his trip across the Atlantic, and how, on tho U'dli of tho month, "lliev encountered a swarm of locusts, and iho locusli carried cvoit sliteli of canvas off the ship." 'iTio listener looked thoughtfully a moment, and then ho said hesitatingly: "Vos; 1 guoss we lrmt tho samn swarm of locusts the next day, tho 2fith. Kvery locust had on a pair of canvas pants." Tho first liar votit around the comer and kicked him, tM.1'cck'a .Skis. t I Soldiers L'udcr l ire. Wienever you can find a soldier who, under lire, aims low ana snooi .. every bullet wound or kill, you will find fifty who are nervously tl'"'"'? .r. :ii ..miiiinrr to reason that tho muskets will check or lie I.aiurhs llest Who I.ainrhs I :isl. The train bud tlatted ell-. : A yor.il;.; ' man lushed lil'f atlib'siilv in. " Out hill, , did you?" " Well, niu't I hire? " h"' re: .ponded. Then one said he cotild ;!0 iicioss the bridge and cati'li ii, ami nn- oilier told him when the lieu train wonl'l go, and made various suggest ion-t.' The ' chap looked at the iliHiippeariiiu; tr.iiil n i few seconds, when Komdli(ji4,v-,.iiski'i!. "Whero were you g' ii";; ?" Then the i wicked fellow wiid, '" t I wasn't gofn'f" ' iu it, but there was a fellow in t hn li-.iiu ' to whom I iioiniM.'.no pay lUiill," "Please." ' .. : ; "lluiunii nature," says a writer for young women, "resents the imperative mood." Do think of Ibis, girls. If you ask a child lo wait on you, say " Please." Ho polite lo (servants and inferiors. le courteous even to the cut. Why push her roughly uside, or iuvite her daws? If kind good-nature and r;enteness tided m every home, -what Hunliaht would homo enjoy I A great deul deicnds upon the girls tho sisters, the daugh ters. " In ono of iho courts of 'Saratoga County, tho oilier day, the counsel for a pri?oner, charged wiih robbery, tried to prove mi alibi. Tho prosecuting utter ney road to tho jury the' interview in 'fiekwiek Papers" botweon Sam Well-, or aud his father, in whicUAl(ld man informs his son Unit "There i nothini?, , Jiko a allybf." Dfckons'akotoh had mom effect on the fury than doron chap- " tor, of t q ln' J would.i.ave id. Mdtho prilonor was promptly found (fUllty. AT. Jlv' --Evidently color blind was t hat young ..mn of New York State wno lniawon the cerulean hued contents ot a bluing bottlo for cidor. After a conous draught he camo to a painful reali.ation of hn . mistake,' and alter writing a good by noto to .Ins parents, no sianm piu. haste for tho nearest doclor.'4,ofiice, several miles away, lie may recovm, ; though it. is feared that his hoauh will be so impaired that ho will foreVerhcro- 1 after bo "tinged with .the bluos,'1 as it were. CVn'cuys Journal. . i e.'-f -i. ,.f llinir ,..L 4i. ,..iiv. And yet this nervous uess need not bo wondered at -Inr they ..louinir n mime of lifo anil aVutlt. i! TituKnrii Hill. Rcventeen soldiers belonging te an Ohio regiment took cover in a dry ditch, which niiBwcrcd admirably for. a rillc-pit. A OoorgU legiuiont chargod tins nuie nana unco ilimm nnd wero three times driven buck. Tho firo was low and rapid, aud tlio loss in front, of their cruiis was morotiiati iuu killed In ten minutes.' Rocimonts have been engaged for an hour without losing over halt' that miuiber. Tho tire ' of tlieso sevontcen was so couuiiuun- mi. .-"lv,rdj jn ft fow ut)Ui" HoOlellan forward a Irigado to the ar pareutly t1 m vU .upport, Wioving tM ou cuU .oon w-t into jftjUj wattt M b out ofii 1- !.. -A liostonian was knookod down, in a i friendly boxiug bout, and , bis Jiead struck the floor with a fatal 'resulti , A Texan's brain snttered such ooifcus . bion from a haid blow iu a wnWffir;, hibitlon mat nc uh y ZJTwitr. ' ,1 .-(V i;l VI!.! mm UKhter'unm-rt "" 5noek....4.1 vhu soft gloves' t0.uy' ""ci, m ap,.l l -: ' d vm uciid . I5M II V 'I in the oity. ' - ,i r: !