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Cincinnati Weekly Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1886, Cincinnati, Ohio rnfmmmrn ■MVMilk ■M* A 1-T mmm *m «Ü i*r— e-iiinene «MMrii 0« \ 4* -4«Ji Vol. •Wo. 30* 1 31 Pei- Ye«f «m «h ■HL WAMMKtm rCBCKASK r8*<^^i« »!»» ■■■ H KIP'H 11-^ imi B itw >1 •*-■11*»^ ««wMáaM ‘ViM OklMnM. If. 3. C AMNMT. CM*. wiilm^iMw, ew • 11 f*tl 1/ r«MT iiRmi» rwM «ttfc ]T*. Am>t mp »m4 «Imri» T^t»iiiiCtn<1 Ik* lN*r* kkwlt T«j« g*t¿ mtmt ftnmrn»n»mtgrM,' fimgtmíéii. I Mary WsrtMr wtm Úiíá riebest wo> mam In Cftlifeniia, tf not» IndMd, the rtebMt treme* I* the world. Her httthewl had *ee*i**t*led hie fortvae la railroad ve*tara«y and had died he> fore be had time to leee it afaia. Pomcreed of eonad eeaee, and bkwwd with jndieioot adrlaOri, If r*. Warner tvided her I h reef aieii U between im*> a X fiUQplOl have that maeh In anea    **I thinks at anj rate; •bane that 1 eenld aw it, and you aid be my tide editor. Will yoa ?" ddpjjjppdr'' one nifht, **thatroa oaght to tell Mme eon “N a»«wl* aie re, •tiM’T «M, Wtui «Ml* M r**!»»! M taeen. An4 tiMw r<Mir tiM Nciifi** jMilirjr lafveat. «• itM wairMrf fcwltee. Wkfll •olii'* t. Ike «r«et1«4 mtoil. Wkat r«M(. n>i«i ran* Hi y«e V* eads ■ te.die kwrr. Yen Mm* iWi ea#i^iwi enHi and kind* eo^ bnt durins the protractrd intereal ot her moomiuf it had not been tlié IJ**^e * ■4T. Af#lr rf rtMMW frMI fM{ ffaiÉile wm^ maíkm e    .^n^a^a    a •Mf «fW keM irw^aed trea. Awav vitk •ter*’ V >a^t vttt Meeit Aa«l tame»' kikkWea m twee a*'    ahiMMgMi^iaHiekeí iarkiawnei'* . amlMa ■tarkeneaiHr'eaiadl' jjeee 3nMNI •ieo I* Ike Irae kaeri** kaaf iM Hktfii'e («wreVfva, rrt*»* fneal ekuae. Wleeada ||ÉmfMÍÉÍft Wt    *gn^^M||    egnm.    i lawred real éitate and Croreitameut 4 •éearitlea» ami deroted beraelf ,to the improTetnent of her leiaore. Two yeara after her faashamt'a death the eeiebrated lier fiftieth birtltdar. Her honie on Catlfomia atreet wa« one ot Itie moat niaf niftcent In San Fraiicit> lira. Warner, 1 won’t. It wooM not be a wtoe iareWnient. It paya wrii, and all that; li^t a newa> paper la aaeh a ticklMi inopeny—>ao eaaiiy dealroyed—that it oa^rbt not to be owned by anyone who doeal’t ran One month a blanderiaf woald it. •eene of any aaeh fiíMirKIea aa ita take fifty per oeat off the ralne of the Jonmal.’* **fitit yon . are not a blnnderer. Uaten to me,- Diek. I ap aht doin^ tilia for yon; I Would rahHy llko bo own a newspaper. Tiiera it «ome-thini frand about it. I would not bay it if yon were not here to ran it tor ate. But I know it will pey nw better than any Inresiment I hare now; and if I don't nuke aa mnch out of it aa Ifr. Caalitnan Is niakina, I know, Dick, tiiat von would keep It eleau. wouidn’t yon ? Will you Itelp me try tlie experiroent? We will tee Idiqae and Nellie :th^onfht to know a II filteil Mrs. Warner aeeeded to berfWenda' wiahca ami left ner qnkM liome at Menlo Park to eOWHatn all Bao FraO’ ciaoo at the *^Wamer Pahtoe'’ witbc^nt lireat rclactanor, bat eertaialy with* out eathasiasm. The maaie. tha fiow* eys, and the aapiier were the boat that MIplM eouid he had, Mnic. Lmiae» a worn* an wiio bad aub*ide«I from the brief pro<i|ierf«y of the ttaneh lAique Mimea into a poaltiou of decent iudepend-eitco nm>o Mra. Wamer'a bbuuty^i made ail the arranyemeniA and re* liereil her friend of er«ii the task of enteriainlnx her fueeta. Mra, Wartmr eiiSeonreil heraelf In a r««r corner ol tlie eonserrafory. an* cotn|NiHl«tl by Mr. Rtrlianl Headley, the mnnajftna editor of the ftan Fran* eiaou dunrnal. Mr. Headley waa onl> thli tr yeara old—a yminx aaau to eon* Iral iiio moat Important dailr In Han Franeiaco—hat bta diacreiioa ami aUlitr bad more than juailflwid lib adraacentenh **W'el|, Dick,** mid Mra Warner, **aml why haren’l yon been down to Menlo hiitdy ? Yum are not mdof to foripel rohc «dd t rienda now tliat yo«t are beconiing a sreat man, siircli f' •*N»\ imlt^, dear Mra Warner,** said fleadley, **but tbe res|tonsil4)itiea of my paaltion, as what you call *a jrrwt man' keep me pretty Imsy. Yon lée, atarf man on ttie sta^ fhiwi the efty cflltor fo the siiortin/ repi«rter, tliiiika that lie wonhi have filleii poor old Dnnean’s berth Infinitely better tlian f «lo, and I hare to work with both banda to keep out of trnabW.” '’I always knew you liml it in you, and I'm aa pi«a«i amituippr aaeaú be. Bat wbat •• Ihb 1 hear, about the doarmdehaaiftan haada?’’ **rm afraid it’s true. Cuahman want# to fo abroad and loaf Uie rest of btellf^ aatl I th»n*t blame him. He's mode more than etMiufh mone%', and be may ae wail enjoy it. I think It wilt be boukht by a ayndleate, beaded by the Ftriina." **And how will that affect yewF* **Tbrow nm «wt in abort ertler. Tiie llyhna baro aevw ftiivlren ase for aPacking them wbea I was ew the Herald, and they would fiire my cbalr to old Parsons, any way, Tltere'a no aw proleiidtMg 1 dou'l teal bmlly about it, beeause I do. i altall bare to start fresb soniewbera aisa, and •hall bardly bare such luck again.’* Mys. Warner looked at liini kllidiv, and pat bar baud on his arm. It wá» not a pretty band; an a gtrfa hami it bad bun* almóet loo roand and dim* pled, and H bad loet all it* sbapeliuess sine* tben, **I>k‘k, bow much úoaa tbe Juaraal nMke f‘* .**F«fty Ihoasaad É yeair. ia roead aamber*. Hiunetlmea tbera are big satMihiies that run it orer that, bat fifty thousand is a fkir estimate,’^ **Aad How niach docs Mr. Casbmaa expect to Mi from this ajrailicate tor L eaptlallsSiig It at 1CL00D shafet ai flfiO each, but 1 think about 1700,UUO will éome to Ouihmatt. The piper la worth Ibat fiürly enoarli.* : **And wbat art yoar plaaa. Dfck t You talk aboat making a fweb start, M    sk    ü    «Aft    *.      W TlNm mmm-rn ft 3HWf»*t€ mñ tlMi ^VfimUMaS^    idk    *ha*ea*MBÉ*n*V ffmfiPvW m mn4ÍipiW Wa Twvviv pfiaotlWHBHi wPMip Atilwttnr filMMli fMlllc Hi# Miin a^nsAea^a aoraa amm mmma» ^    ^    -mO' A timmtieam ter isw:t>eadwwd aoniity UhO)^ ihiili, lb* rfi^slst» B kafepe. »*t#«Wwé»t nü fiiadiy aw ü tew WfNiwi,*Cin*. A W yesr oM <4eW ts awaei by a yml* Óum t»rm bell la Ojtetborpe, fili>, eaa be besnffiy. iBüeeatMesltnlM. fa«d» Irnin *14 kid glevr hseks. Mr. 8e«ree«n*s TafómiMrie m toadw new Ass a an-aibcr*ai|i ef MIA . It emte liM.tiMWi a faar le msiatale tÉmatnméUní annica of giire.pei Prvsidrat listk’s pepwa baas bwa fat te ^^tmaam rnmai mkmftlw Wiéí IHI Freoi IM&l to Mit K*nlaatPs aefelatlw ■laetasssS trwi    ieMMMÍ.tnfi ffWf* .wb ÍMt»wii« m tfa Omied fiitrr ta wblcb b*TM «crmt railways art ased. Tea abifuisata fSr, Maataad new stem XbeeMhaeatw tbe Crneithui Fwlfie Bsad. ■agliab afwrrawa bare dsaSrayed Iba wheat erep osar a very targe area la Jtarp* Jand.- Ab sdiilen da lane ef Oaswa iMeiñs 4M>«aln, ta twetre selaaMa, iw bagaa le ap* pear. David Jt»rft8 vaaoes sa^ag the mIHiw Alrob theugb laiHStad aa ribb. BiefsvWa* JsaiA.af fiiO.SM. Marte VmiZaa^, ahe te la Morcfe, hw had a airabe oC pa’^ifet** ft^a whieh sOa jesmseiipaetad ioraovy«n. S    Oi    |CNIMll#|l||ifii tisppstf soraasf sataaiaa l*r raireab swats and aia «P a firtf a«>r« fivM a«Mr Farnsw Thcpa acama to hs a aa ««dhsial hi Wwh* ipfUaiii It la taat of »-rhes<»crsphsf-ta. A’    i * fay (hittid aiaaanaa te epead ffilM a wbMilaat tbe rale at 0ajtaa a yaw, mwm bis eieaai jraent Atataata. Tlia Tudor hwwaiea^ at XahaaShw bse* Wkw by Mra. FraaeeS Medwea-Beraeti. wba adU eeimpy is with bar ehtldsw Uli CAMotefa I*,-    f    • Fred. Oraat wye Ibas ba hw rsdaeed hla dthtalimn ff||>.tjfipto IMMM. Behwaa hnprveatoa that Fefdiaand Wasd Is north tt HHttW Amertea* hnadav libwi Vais i affuea iwewiaMa ef f htNfi fte the haet heek aa sha Cbitothm tWhtaiieae ef Pmpsrty mmú LaIéM. Aaibers rwsiw a oHieh hlgpw eempw • wtlw fir thair work fa Iba omgaamw chaa fiyo ywrs age mtf Ihs ratw ef aniasehaiw mi^^ffsWraP W0 dtdaa Tarae, arhetoaaw fiftf-etfhSfsaia eld, bas aiataat rowvoreJ Irem tha pisWi Mms venad infiisted apea hiss leai Jfiareh hf a oraay nephew., v Mtw Claw Farsea,-oa her wav fteni WaabhifiNa te flW' Páéifie CUaet, atteada the enanai istetfBf at the Awialalad (SWrltles la 9t Pinl, Hiaa. l|eloei|ietif> to tae new aoaw ef a ma> •toal Mey^ w taebUHSfi that the flisr wn kWA evi nr-tadiaa, waliaw and leels w ho troyrto atoag the read. Ueaiwaat ttoawatka sallad from fiUIWi AtaWa, Tbttroday for Tubaiat or ley May, wbora ho wNt land and t wwid ornate ex> ptofsltoa la tha Manat M. Biw waatrv. tha Mad «tal WaHé telto ef a pattoat wbeaa prawataratr arar hair w rawnilae le Ho eataral cafer under the leternal ad-aUMiuraiMo ef pboa.ibariaod ead Hvsr ou, Mtoa harsh Ifensbaw, tor oiaty yeara a Iravollaf ovansetist, has Jam haw holdlaf ■eeftaga la Maadford, Vb fihe s|Mtoba orltb great pntrer, oPhoagh alWMt aiwtr pMinied. The wealtb ef ibe Vaadarbllt toaiMy to Mtlwaifd at aboot |BMIi.fitO} ef tha helor famUy, t>M.Pie,tMP| at thtlsewart totate. |Bktmi,Mi^ and «f fay OenM, HepJOkMb The iapveato Ooart at letea eastaiioi a Mvrntde iaanraaw eompaay la a eaw from Ifrawfoid (toanty. la No refhoal o» par tha iMwwaaw w a harm fctllfi a high whnl. laidtag that iho wfad was aot a temada. fllhfiM Mitf fib IffMRmi laPltofikMlÉyh# wuM'MBmsi Ipheh, rtsldlag as Fryolowu. Ftaa.,' gay*; Mrih hot week te twias Jeiaed eaaeUy tt(sd lie taamés pair Qreai' Mato. Oatv HP af Htoto ww ahva, iewovsr, whw MMk É3É ii MM menta. 1 have heard yoa talk, Dick, and f know wiwt ,yon wouht do. T|wre sbouM be ho Mackmall, mi iliileracy, notliiiig that I would not lie pniutl of. Uelii me, Oi^k !’* **Mm. Warner, 1 woald gitre ten yearn of my life to have such a eliance. I wofiM work for fl a day to do it. ifT M and live ou if. 1 wasn't getting niucli it f** tüo sooner than anybody elw Don't you think wF* **I don't know, Dick. Tell me, what do yoa think about Nellie f 1 do so want her to haye a happy life, and •be is such a dear, wnsltiVa child that I esn't help worrying about Iter some* times. She’s been a little distrait an d odd fur Uie last few days, and 1 hoped •tie had ontg^own ali that hmY with us She wUi< naake wroe nice fdio W a dear,good;wIfs; won’t she, Dick?" *Oli, yes. By the way, are yon gwing to the benefit to*morrow night Í I boflght a bor, bnt I don't carc niiich lor *Fc<lora.' Il*s ím» heart* breaking, somehow, Dick ; and we old W4»mcii don't like to be harrowed. Miss Dacre will play It very nicely, though. Isii’i she pretly, Dfck ?—her eyes Just like Nellie’s—or *ni they not so dark ?" . **Alioiif tiie same. I fahef<^. Well, if you are riot going, I will rnn np here for aboiit half an h«>ur, at B o’clock,'* **You work loo liani, Ihch; why don't you have a inanagtng editor? y«Mi used 10 do ait the'Work lor Mr. Castiman.” **Oli, work does me good. It's abotii the hest thing in life, after ail: isn't LONG Remmrfcable Ceeee of Men WlMwe Fowrem of Mcnsorjr nee lUiced. Ui oebnrred. In later life bis performances approaciied the miraculous. It would ipoquire all our space to, gire any fair idea of them, for be not only knew all tbe Greek poets and prose wiitérs pretty well by heart, hut eouM recite wMble plays of Bhaks* pears, or complete b^ks from **Fara-dlse Lost," Pope’s ’'fla|ie of the DOck,” Barrow’s sermons, scenes from Foote, Edgewortb^S. “Essay on Irish Balls,” J A. If '^ail great pe«»ple have great memories,** as Sir Artbor Helps d<»-clares in his delightful book entitled a “Sioclal Pressure,” it by no means fol* scores of pages irom Giblion or Ita- iows that all those who are possessed    >    *• ***** Fbic to repeat the whole,of .the •Tslk of* tlic T>cati of Badsjo^” and Smollett’s “Roilerlck Random .from of great metbories are *fgreat people Maiiy an instance might be citetl to Í show that men of very moderate In* W o V/. M A A . „    «,W    I..    ..    ' ■f I* The Wo«tF*rü Wmf^r Matrrr. BT J. •, I.ATilt«l. r». m wieiiafi imtdir wwr, m Fkrnrimíé w rsM meier. wii^ b f»aft #f «rtsit# entarntA, kmr4 ewBTtbel^    i    wjth    br^m; But i ufiiár tBm 'mft    uf    u nftiwlai 0111 into Uie'iiUiin «011, 7^11000 Frjber,    01 ItkB m gG^<lfti3i    B Ctitk I ^ tcliectusl cafiacitr may be endowed with a power of memory which is tmlv prodigiiMis. In audition to this there are plenty-of well authenticated examples of llic extraordinary power of ineroory displayed even rby idiots. Ill tlie Memoirs of Mrii. Bomervilie tliere it a cnrions accrmiit of a most extraordinary verbal memory. **Thcfe fir** an idiot in E^Iinbiirgh. ff tite first luigc to the last. Gilbert Wakefield's- memory was also of the xigautlc order, but it will not bear comparison with Porson’s. Ttiere were tew passages in llonicr or Pindar which he could not reci*^e at a moment’s notice; Virgil and Horace he knew iierfcctiy, and he could recite entire books irom the Old and Now Testaments without halting or faiiinsr in > a single veme. There was As t patent fact 4ii»tort«r aa<l a i^am«I«»*i storf telinr, I can beat a mn-yos itoUermr s atSbis Bttetl0ik0cr; For I rri0<f iDiiBti tiBrrationi i» mjr t^nmuw im the celiBT* yuu mar    m    £s0b41b BOVI5Í ÍFMBk ItkF iiif;niiMsrfi0f iii> gBar^ CiiekS s^hoiaifl tb0 p0c»f)l0 riMc bb>i rlBinor^ iMfllf tor rp*t .b, UHI. “of . mpocUble f..i.ilr, I    W,    i,m,.tn ^roc, who., who h,rt . nmarlMb!, míinorl-, lie    «'"f.    O'to cl».,lc,l tierer fatted to m to the Itlrk on Sun- j    chief'faeorite wm .E.- dar. aod on retuni|i.( Itonie eoMid te-I f'‘L*f"’.? '.’.'*’'*.1“’ iwaltlwaermon. aavíi.*:    Here U.e ''“t,'*""*'' *>»    mettelloj‘h<- *    »    •    ,    l,3f)D lines of the “Agamemnon” rol- more wiicn I first knew yon. But I can'l «h» It. I am notlilng to y*m that yoa ahunid do eo much for me.** “No one wotiJd kuow, IHck. Mr. Jardín would 'huy It, awl ito one wmihl knew wIhimi be was acting for. And surely no one wouht be jeelutia of aa old woman like me doing you a g«M«d lara. is tl»ere any oue who Btigbt be Jsnioas, IhrisF* “Noi, fwtoed. Bat 1 shfutldn't fe«'l right about it. 1 don't see how I could do it. Dniecft—do v<|d like me very miicli, Mrs. Waruer? Y'ou have been so kind tv. at«, bat then y»ar heart i* so big. Do y Ml like me personally T' “Of coarse 1 «hs. Yeto know thto.*' “Then, will rou be mv wife?” F    0    ♦ ■    ' “Mrs. Warner blushed aa she bad aot Mushed f«*r ten yisars. fJHek Í** “Wid yon?' ami Headier itxtk lier hand—not In a loveriihe lashkui, but Verv affa'Ctkuuitelv. “How could i, Dick? I’m old euotfgto to be your luotiicr. People would ea.tJ me llic lIsroiK’s* Bnrdctt. ('«Hitls; and I wouldn't uiiud Uiar, but tlicy'd Call vou A*bn»**a«I Bunlctt-0»uUs,    BurdettiCoUlts, or whatever it is.” “You’re only seven yiears older than, “Thst doesn’t sound like a happy man, Dick. Arc you guite sure ihai TiMi are ^appv? Y'oo know you ercc«t me into this ettggfem<^iit anyway, Dick, ami I really think you might let me off m>w. You see I got you to take eare of tliedoitrnal for toe. A'tid now that you hare made such a lot of mouev for tae, I want to back out of me bargain.'’ “Ytiu are ti*e most atreeious jilt in the world, madam : itul l*m wh at all itie soft of a man to bo jilted. Suppose wo go dowM to tiie sapiwr room now.” ' “No, Diek, I don't want any su|iper. I have been headachy all day, and I Siu aoing to slip off quhdir and go to boil. There is Mme. Lnque now ; ask “But I am a wklotpr* Y<ni wouldn't fsel eomfiirtabte. IJdek—r«Mir fricmls would ehafl you.” “I tioa’t think thoy wopld; men don't cliaff me T«w%' mueii. I dou’i IHefcud to be in auy Un<n«f0 4a>fidition,. bill I am very, very fond of you. 1 don’t say that If you had i*o money I wotthi ask von to marry me, for I am tier to «miae up sieirs b* m« tor a mo^ mcnt. I shall lie all rijght In luurulng. Goo<i*iiigbt Dick, deaf tel tiMi kipe yoa. I never have kissed vott, and to-morrow is yakr birtlniái riHrre. good-night, iMck, And Mrs. Warucr went stairs to her bedroom, l.nuite eatne bustling up ex|>rc»»iui:s of alarm aihl offers ot carc, Mra. Warucr laugligd at iter. “It’s luHhing butialigar, Marie, and yM I don’t feel as if i oouM sJaep. lift iftc have your chkwal, wIN yon ? Bend It to me, and Ton iiinat go, dear, and do the imwura. I kiiitw fitos^loac, and ear Dirk-*’ the broad i«eu M me. her, with a night’s sl«M*p it just    1    need.” not in a nmiiiion to marry any a om tn; ue k I may be looking for work « wvi k from now. But if m>/positiou ou llte Journal were an asehnMi one,, 1 don'i know any woman in the    whom I’d rather make mv wlto. You see i Mdie. E^que vent duwa stairs; tlie rnsid caitie with the bottle of chloral mud Mrs. Warner sat down bv tlie lirt hjiiie her luitr was bruslieil. “Please, ina'aiu, will 1 have Ed* rmtihIs tciepluMie for the doctor ? You're not well, ma’am.”" “Quite well, Jane. I’m fe little tired, that’s ail—a til tic liretl, aihd I w ant sleep.” “And tlie chloral to do It! Isn’t it minister eonglie«l; here be stoppe%l to blow his n«>8c.’ Dm ring the tour wc made in the IJighlands,” she adds, “is'e met with another idiot who knew titc Bible so perfectly that if you asked him where such a vérse was to be found, be could, tell writh-out hesitation ami repeat the chapter.” Tliese examples are sufllcienlly remartcable; hut wbat aliall be said of tlie case efted by Archdeacon Fearon ill his valuable (>ainphiet ou “Mchtgi Vigor?” “There waa in my father's parish,” ssys tlw Areiidearon, “a man who could remember ttie day when every pfrs<Ki Itad beén buried in the fiarisli for thirty-five yeari^ and ooutd rcfteat with uuTsryiug accnracr the name and sge of tha deceased, with tite mourners at ttie funenli. But he Was a couitdete fo<d. Out pf tlie iiue of buriata he pad but one idea, ami oauld not give pn intelligible reply to • single qttesfioiu nor be trusted to focd himselt.” Them phenomenal iBstanims may he aiaieltod bv ilie Buseex fsria laborer, (ieorge Watson; a» we find recorded in Hone’s “Table Book.” Wat-otMild ueiUter read nor write, yet he wee wont ta fMdorm wtMHtrous toats of mental caleulatiun, and his memory for events seemed to be al-uin*f faulilesi., “But llm iiMMt . axtraurdinary cir-eamstanm,” aaya Hone, “is the pf>wer he possesses of recollecting the events of every day from an early period of his Ijfe. I’putt being asked w hat day of the week a given day ef the montii octmrred, lie iumunitSrefy names it. and atao iiienflbns where Ite was an I w bat waa tlie state of tbe weatiwr. A lated bv .Rfiberteilus. lie knew his »    .    .    I    \ Horace in. the same wav, aud was . * quite eoutent until one day be met with an old feiiow student at Bonn, whq^ when he made a quotation, would menjtiou book, ode and verse, remarking, lliat lie did not regard anyone as knowring Horace pToperly unless he could do that. Mr. Bru<^ accordingly luit to work at Iluvaee again,' and was not long before lie OMiid fiame the exnct place occupied by a Hue In anv of the Yamuus odet; rlBmor f^r    ftltoal^í    H10    UoBnl    0I h«iiM*rvÍfriérs Éi thf* wBi«r    l0W%i Bj un tMKstPFhc UBiittiiar^ tniMsi ttin<*iiu»ti4 in boa* Ftritrii0fi. I |>ns€4^‘ci to rBi«e    U^uru ib OPIBsfrlilM FBÍH»— Click: . > Bui I rafrljr. wufr r traíf, h<í*nI to exmruim llitf for. ilMi lio;irt| alFti my 0tf|# iiie.WBlcr fftUTB nsN'urp* Oh, Um% eudfUr ek»#- u«fr»Hlk*r Itko €ua lit B »iM»urer. iiivy Tiink.ilic* dultar from the 'UoCthe y«oor-“ CIm: k! WIiBti B water Ufntn u> leaklnit in titc Mvenuu BiOaceat, Bji«f Che FotH|>unfp are doulilful wlufMi to ffftfitiie uab Use roBt. I BikiMHttbce 10 ilieif inF|s04't<»r, w>ili a rouib* tenauoc emufilmteui, that rve kurallo«F«4 aiktl ilineaukl crer^^ftlKsik Uiat w,a« íoakíw Wlieu It hBDfWfia mat tfse careani of an íaIboI alltgMior jilayii toe mincti ef wiUi ibf ri« lalfi hi tisieffisrta Usffet thrftui^, 1 FDconi tlse atrauae oeeurrouce «ju inr braaa* bouftff ImljcaUir by tfie f^rAuUuleiil aátU* Uftui of m huuAmti fot?i or turo^ A Piaiifit FleiKl Pm to Fiinhf. f Tail Mall Cisiaeiie.i Miss Else fied to hef beloved piano on a rcoeiit" lovely apring day; her delight at toaching the keys could be felt through the Waii, wlien stidden- ly—-oh, iMMivens—the whole pigao went out,of tune, aud not a single sou ml was correct "flie girl trem-bl«;d with tear, and the operators next door beard through tlie wall bow sbe Inqto* to weep, which sotteiied the heart of the electrician, who was, however, tuiiousiy attdcked by fafs Whea attfiwpting to restore ile ntaetc to the instrunient, tiie enraged savant awearing ttmt the tortares which he itad cmliired from the piano were not . to be atoned tor so easily. ■ Tlie caaa of Elae’s piano' became wblMy known, chiefly bocauee now And Uien tlie old clear nmsic returne<i lo the keys. Tbe grqaiest musicians aud tdauist doctors came iq floeks to examine tlie strange dase, but do oue 0|i, Uic aiissmstic mstter »»rf tl»e poiMti wiUeA • I MBatUT witH (be •iinple nave *f watar, Wiiail III mra iml. |m re! W Bile mr fnffiwl tiiie MHélpriaarr #att4ii rleiifiN% fatU^. a»H tiie dmaaiai’a wtfa úmu0kU» imkm a Saivtwaa Uyar«* icilftlt I oil, 1 of le» Danffft wott4rr mi I pkmiler Per my piuitHar. pauar mikI wmtflsr wliy in Ukumbir    pas^r    i#c    mit    tin* Wky timy <|0 hoc n»e’ hi aAgrr, takr 'me Umb fiTMfir iimb amtailer, ao^ a<li>i>i Wi mmlk w meiar nmre    ktiAn    i«“ Cliek! —f?*a fl ■    I fir tfM*0 W atp. CUMMMUT rilila Í.I i'OoM wttoeUt seriag—A wate. / ' Ths ttee dels out ttte Bien wtto robe her ■est. ttee to always Isring for hiss.— |Pieeyu«e. it    * It was very spprofiriais fiir Csoeor ftrw-togs ta renga ttte wkirlpiMl ay easfr-aid.—(ttoeUMi Tmueeriut. At. Aieaeiss leHs ef a deg that esa eoeat. ttut It ean*t equal a eat ia ruaelag could solve tbe riddle, which was gehffeman who had kept a diary |»u|,|    **    follows: A leYge many questions to him, and fiis ao; | **^*^*™^knet was put iuto the room •wers were invatiablv correct.”    nf    the    tortured    savant,    and    its    poles op a eeluwa or a sttnilar kiwi is the memory for I    «I'**®    to    Üie    wall    against biuti Daniel Mtfsrlner has beooiiie j wonderful, ma'am * ,A altp out of a feel    a gomi deal older than I am,    and i i*<»itle, and yon go to sleep. Dticlors 1    cauT    boar    tlie    society girls;    the    »»« **o«dcrfn|, ma’am.” ‘‘Yes-^they do a great «leal for n«. (hnMl nigh tf Jane. Yoa    need u«it wake me in the morning^'    but tot the fainuus III the I’uiled Biátcs. strange story of this mart’s aciiievc* nicuto to^ytold by Mr lléttkie in the Journal of Bpertilative Philosopfiy. which the piano atood In the next The bon*®* Aq electric battery waa con-uectad with tiie electric magnet. IVtieiiever a strong stream of electri* city was turned on itf effect could McCariiiey, in lAtib, dr^-laretl that he •••*1.* b® f®I^ tlirougb the wall by tlie enild rentiritibey the (lev Of the week bn^ionul steel springs in the piaqo, for any date from Jantiarv. 1827; that! ■*“' eltliongh the cJectrieity was not the paper “They talk abou bul «Hera will y«Mt naJte it?” “1    1    •••11    fto    Mast,    Beeoe, Ibe HAa who wrltaa (ha aalnnin of caaseae tverr Sttadar, ye« know. wanie to ge back to Caglaw^ ana he ma go with him. is AAxioua to have Bol 1 don't fttacy makUig euch a ehange. | hivf wiitlan to much Ajnericaneso that I donT think I could get into tha swing of the fbrmal Ills Bngllsh s(|rto»«ad tbeu it seeuis like runalB^ away, too.” *4 I am going to be a giwat to-eietjr woman now. Mate. lAique waate me to go abroed and live at Nice—but I’m like yon, fond ef my own oooutry, and I mean to live here an«l make tbe Jiouee ptoesaat lor young people. That la wbat a rich old woman oaghi to do. iea't Itf” “Old woman, IndeodI Yon'iw as wttg aa nay of •• now, Mrs. Wanwr.” “Ittdeod Fm not. 1 am daveiopiog a testa tor buttered toast—and that setllee tba matter. Mr. Ooion aayw Bttt I am aoiag to aatertala Ml the same—and I am dreadfnlly afraid of the eoclety columns in the Journal. Sappose they should my teat the flowers at this rsoepiloa only eoet 1900 Instead et |70(X It's aa awfal powfr, that society column, and I should like o pfofdtiate it. NTlif sboNlda'i 1 boy Iba Journal, D^k I” ”1 would ft I wmre tom—five saate bread and butler kind bore me to dentil,'aiKl the others 1 remember my mbtiier i«o well to marrv.”    t    * “Oh, Dick! Dick! i don’t know what to say. 1 love you as wetl as 1 love anything in (be worlds But it mast be onir mother love after ait I'm sucti OM oht wotuau, Dkk, such a very old wmuan. I’ll marry you on {thrse «ioaditions—(liat y«Mi take tbe editorship of tlie JourtiAl; (hat we are I to be engaged for a jraár; nml that no one is to know aat ihiiig about it till a mouth before wa are married. 1 know we sball ba ianghed at, Dick, but 1 •hall be as proud of you as nrou«l mu be, abd perhaps we sitall be happy. No, don't kiss me, Dick; there must be none of that nonsense between ua (teur Dtofc.” “I wMf mske you bappy it -Ii |e In me to do it, and 1 koow I eau make the Jouma) sueb a paper as you would Bketoowu.” Tba montbe Inter the Warner palace was again tbe scene of nnlimited tos* tlTlty, and Rlebard Headley and Mrs. WartMr again sat on a tete*a*tote sofa aiider the great rod eemelie. “Weil, Diek,” said Mm. Waraef,, . “and how is everything dowu towa|**®*“    ^ mission. .. m    '    m      3    .A.    Á    • torday r* “Very maeh as nsaat I hare f eomuiitisd myself to tbe Irrigation telieaie. It Is sueh big ototiey fur as that I was a little afnUd «N b^ng prijadice«l. But on tbe whole 1 think it is right. But there's aaotlier scheme which we must talk about before tbe ead ol the mouth, and that is our marriage.” “It ian't the end of the month tor a iosig while yel, Dfefc. and you most go Slid danee with Nidllm now. Ian’t •be a dear gIrL JBIek? 8be grows more aad m«Nfe like my pomlltUe sis-tor evmy day. You must be ver ttiee to msr. Dick. It has been da work for her at tbe Baers Cesar ; I want,her to hiighlen up new that we have got her.” Dick obeyed si more than ona of tha goeete rw* marked bow fiat a eeople be aad Ibe tell and slender Nelile Keaae made. Daring the next night he tried to talk several times with Mrs. Werner abont the annoaneemenl of tbMr doctor eoiiie lo my room when hr éalK» “Yes, ma'amaad. Mrs: Warner knelt by tier Mdshte: “Our lather, aiioartin heaven, halhMs^ be thy. Msmn.    tts    not into tetilptsflon. bnt deliver u* from »H evll. Forgive us our • tres;msses—forgive uf our ires)iesieS’''—ili« prayer wee not fin* Uhed and Mrs. WAmer lay down on tiie soto by (he fire «tre'asi’d In her wrapi»er. Dick's pietufe stood on a little table beside nmr. She kmked si it tiKwghi fully. TlMm abe took e ntc* tiirr of Nellie from tbe mantetpicee •nd placed It by DIck’A They were n. bemisome eonple—as peotde anid. Dear Diek. Wbat a splendid fidlow be was; true aa eteeir She kiesed bispictáre. They were waKxing down stairs.:    Bhc eould hear the «ndenee «ftf Hie Minóla. Then a fira hell sounded from tbe next street., Joy and aoprow—toasts and disaater. Bim went to the window and raisnd tbe carmín. The aky waa red wMs fiame—a fire Pour oien’s Ah I Diek Joy and sorrow, feasts and disaster—light and darkness in every IHb—new wine in ohiboules and oht wiac in new. She poared some ebteral Into the glass. Bleep waa the bsst of Ufe— after all. from tiie time wlien lie was nine yaá'ry and ^our months forty-two and ó half vesra. He has often" boen f»he electric stream was yery powerfully felt it wa» powerl^l enough to put tlic plauoout Of tuqC. Texas Sifitugf. 8c Louis ass 4 eiiiasa oailad Pye. This fentleaisn'a lioy |« fsmiliarly. kaown as ‘•old Pve»s soo.”--(t hicago Nsirsit “1 will fl«a me phMM,'* reemrksd- the «Sniafe tiog ss be orsperoct to eiaae h«e lK>nie with a farnntr.—[ Merchant Trsveter. IsHMlon bridge ptiea datieg trow the yeer 800 are atill in extsienea. The nmet per* stateot etma *• raeotd.—{Haa Praoeéaeo Alta. A Ptiiladelphiagirt reeemly married a legtesaman. When ahe siga far a new bohnet he fsan’t klek.^[Mian«spoiia Tribune. “A Tfionaand and tine Words’* in tha tltia ef • new iioveL The odd word waa probably worked' lu by the man.—[ Boston Tnivvllsr. , , Minister Cox dined with the Auitsn tat other dsr; sod .before the Imuquet wW ended he had Turkey stuffed wtUi chest ■ testeil, and, so tor as Mr. Hciikle’a account goes, had not laiUnl to tell hie qiiesliuiicr “what dav it was,” aud to give aoittc iuforwatioa abotit the weather and abont bis own where* atiouta and doings on any otW of the filtceu tiiouimnd or mure dates that might be iiaiucd. With all this siitgu* lar power of iiicmury, Imwever, he Is not a^ mah whose general grasp of mind is at all notcworthv. Tim same -tnay be said of scores of men whose one rich gift of memory bM brought tlmiii Into prominence. No one has claimed auy high intcl-iiminal rank for the renownetl “Memory Comer Thompson.” who drew from actual memory, in twentv-two boara, at two aittin^ In the preaeuee •toofied, which occurred aa often As ihe victim of the piano plague went o It, the mystical influence stopped aud Miss £Í«e could jiiay. a Nnnscn tti Pri-cioiMi INoues. iC^cailcnMib.*#, ÜtSgMuiM.] * * Muny.b(our stone names have no 9 .i^ore inysterions origin than the name of (lie place where they were priuci- pally found.; The c^sicedony ia fW>ni Chaiceilon, near CoAstantiuoplc. The to-quela ia from Turkev, Ita cbielT mart from Persia. Our agate comes from Achates, the old name for the F    • nuta.—[ Lils. * “Wh*re is the best pi see to get fatp* •sksd a tiiin Aouseicaeper of. a aeighber. “All ever,** Wsattie anexp«qt«d reply [i*titHbttrg Chronicle. ♦*Is thst ,4o(t ferociousr* aaid a traveler an river Dri.lo, ill Sicily, where itis.sald to bkve been flrst found. Jet owes of two well known gentleiaen, a cor* Pii ' , P ichea of St. Maryfeboiie, St. Ann aini reel plan the parUh of St. James, Westminster, with parts of the par St. Martin; who coukl tell the corner of auy great leading Uiorougbtare. from Hyde Park ooruer or Oxford hoaaea destroyed, periuqiA was Always good to ÚH poor. • M e a • When Mra. Wanwr vna found dead in her bed Irom an ovordtae ofehiorai every one who knew bffr monrned. “Ridi people like h«r nm» rare,” said the poor—and her friendnremembered bow plenaant her honae bad been. A year later Dick Heofiley married Nidlie. They are baiqijr onougb, but tliey bAve no riiildftÑa The Morn-ittg Journal, bequfntimd to him. floiirisbee and prnúm but Dick iike A dnttfbl flaieA,{worke«l till •• bArfi ifiAver. Aud evory SnndAy momlRm uAriy mod Alono, be wmlkt oak to A tomb At Looe Mountoin, epotia tbé fiéor. And toys on ibe Bono wliblA a rose mud a copy ot ibe Sanday monfiag JüifWB ” J a copy or Ifi cents a week; I thought L Atroody.” “Mb I'm NOk jokiAff At Alb If It ie»M8eimAry tteto» «wming AurriAfe, bat dto pot bim off with UM HMny deriaration tbat ebo It is A groAt edition Mow*-llie Sttudiy JoamaJ. Bat there It iioom in the you WAS too yoang airil too proltT Ia woman to tie bmrnalf down a day bofbrA thn Umb for MMny moioAf the eloeely flshltd papers. No ooo eon see them Ibroagh the door, and UKly Be there— •noponed—booght by lip dead, street to St. Paul’s, who could “take an inventory of a Mntleman’s bouse from attic to ground floor and write it out afterward. He did this at Lord Nelson’s at Merton, and at the I>uke of Kent's, in the presetioe of two noMemen.” Binee the revival of learning in Europe, there have been scores, yea, hundreds of scholars who have known “their Uomer” by heart and A thousand other Ihings besides. Bishop Baondereoo, old Isaac Walton tells US, eould ra^t all (he odes ofllormce, aU lolly's Ofito«is and the best part ot Juvenal aud Persius. Euler the mathematician and Liebnhs the phil-osoi^her eould recite the JSuehl from beginning to end. In their dav, Por-son, Blmsley, Pan* aisd Wakefled held the foremoal tdnoe aa schcdars, and all, of qourse, had mrn mcmorh»; but the palm must bo givnn to Person, of whom endleae storiea are told. Bebe went to Ktoo iie was atfle to rapmd Almost the whcde of Horace, Virgil, Homer, (Noero and Livy. When, as n praetioni Jmka, a oebool- fellow slipped the wrong book into Person's ban<l, jnat ns be waa abeail to read and traualnte, tbe boy wna not diaeoneerted, but went on to mad from bla memory, na if nothiaw bad Its name to tbe Latin word for It, gagates, from Gages, the oAme of a town and river in Lycia For our aartl w«fmay ciuxiae between Bardia,wlainli Pliny adopta, and aered tbe Plrsiaii fur yeiiowisli reil. One d«»-r!(ration conuecta (|ie tO(Nis with the iiaiue ot an Indian town, where it waa fouiul a«x;Ule|itally by aoiue qogr-rym«Mi, who miacoob it for alabaster. Another traces it to ran island in the lied Sea called Tqpaaus—from a word •iguifying to seek, twcause (he said iaiaiMl waa so beset with fogs that iiavigatora bad great difllculty ia fliidtng f\. Most of onr precioiM stones being of fbrets^i importation, they do uot anter into our native luytfaidogy as flowers or auiiuals do, nor, for tbe same reason, do I play a oonspicuput part in Eog poetfy. Pearls áométimes are spoken of as the (ears of fAHen Artgxfis, or, as Sir Walter Soott saya: *^Bu0 thuuu pmuHu turn Um§ kuwu uiupft, Tkme wuiu tuurm wkmk uuimiM with wliieli we may compare Nobqrt Herrick’s acoount of rubies: fins Mk*«1 m* wners tas Aabiss gisv? AihI doIIi ( Blli Witll MIS MMWr kltetMlMa M littNr i fiM}'» IM i lMf«r MtetMlMtl 0f «iMitM* TImi UiNI fi 8*m« s^a tew Psarts 4Mtrow, anS wkarsf V» Ttea «iMMkS 11* mg Nirla, psTt ter IHm, aivrStts Tas qaaralsiB «Í Taari.** fff^ IlMMI MkMrM Itelnwaio tteiaa*«vi of altker ssx, hawavsr laduese, promptly. tSoroufflily sad porasaentir enrsd. SoihI 10 earta in esaaHW hr iaraa UinsSraiail trea tins. Werld’a Dwpeasarr    A*> Mala sirasi, BuCaIs), h. Y. to aa Ark^nsaw b«‘4. “Ko, ke ain’t lereoious, but he’s ^ Nie dariHlust d«q| te Wte ever you •ee<I.*’'r^[Üklcagi* Sun. Li'ila Cuarlie—“I’apa.^ «riii yon buy ate a diuaty* Food Fatter—“Ab. my ber, Tod will disturb HM very mneb 11 1 do.** Charlie—‘*04, ao, pabs. 1 woa't drum «X* -oepi wbon r<ni’rs aslsép.** A newly patented iarm barness é&at away with Coltsr, tracen and wb'ffle-trsca F»w lat US bavs a harocaa that doea away with a horse, and we are ready' to bay a boffgv.—[San Franefseo .Alta. A disbwasbiiMi machias Has hasa in-vsafad Ihiah a m lohtae eaa aevéir he smd. tel* fperthetwHM it permits you te tafcs tbs prk* of hnfrm eroekery out ijft Us wages.—I Astante ktenstitut io|i. Ooutetul-loeklnff Qne«t “Landknd. have yon a ffrs sae.^ in this hotel F* Ex-D*rl«Boed Laadiord—“Y es, air, hut we g«u-Sratly baap Um bull doy eaalaed at Urn baa torn of It.**—[Merobant Trarelcr. **8ceaery ? ’ be repeated ia refdjr te • queetMMi. **Wbat Oil I ihmh ot ite ae«mert f Why tber<* ain’t soenery eaimgb In tbe hull Oinotrv liiat’s level enough to make a üimbioikI.’’- [New Vorb Sua. Aa ludiaa fcdoi was reoeiitiy fonad In Káasaa. It was made (Ueartbenware, was brows ia «mlsrmni basa bai»dts.. (l will, hold (eroqftarte, bm it irill ntebold (liam lotyt In mm Ateie.—[Te xaa Sift InAs. Two <nd goaatps meet at market—^“Yon know. 1 always tike to get my moaey’e worth; eo wbea tbe steak laa't eeod 1 ge for tbe butcher.” “And whea It la gimdP* ihea I go tor Uie steakl**-[ f Id-Mi to. “Well, Herr Yager, hew de yoa UlM tea •ew poetmaater y* “1^ dna know enf be vas pettar as dot odMar loiter, dar vomaim hesteMSter. 1 don*d any mere laddere pet •ow aa beafare, nad dar brioa vm aehoeaA dor aaato.**—(Kantneky Atate Jonrnai. Where are yon cofangr** ehe eakt. ae hr* boelmnd started te go ent at tbe end of am Aret aet. “Ob, ao |daae mnob,** he rspHsd aonehaiBBtly; “1 aotiee te* enrtadn bad tahen a drop, aad 1 tbonght a httte el dm iHff tee earn# teiiqi ■ye«nC.**—IMeewn 'Traveler. af 1 * ; tr 1 M 1 ' 4 r J .1 '.J ■ti ■if ■. ..J '.-i V I' -J ■ • J r ■?> .•J'’' .5.. '5 J y .J ; J .**. .. , J' .f' r-. 'Í..Í mto mitemiiittia á V -1* ■= 1 ib

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