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'One more song, Carol, darling. A
parting song that shall fill my heart - with
muoic that must endure for two years
two long;, lung yearn to be spent in India.
No other louee will touch an answering
chord in my tool, and 1 feel almost self
iah enough to wish your'e should not fall
oji 01 In r car when I am gone. But this
you must promise: this song you witl not
sing again to any one, It shall be kept
sacred to the memory of (Ins hour.
I w ill promise, Edgar. Neiiher this
nor the 'Welcome Greeting' will ..I sing
gain until to ou,' answered Caroline.
Then l uriiing to the piano she began
her aoug. N cr had ib- eutig So well.
Her pool was in her tones, and w hen fin-
ceased and turning 10 her tover.elsn- el
claimed, 'Beautiful I beautiful ! Do oa
; (Written for the Watchmam.)
FOLKS AT THE FAIR.
The spiciest sayiugs. wittiest saws
Old proverbs sage and wise, sir.
Rank with deceit, and full of flaws,
Are two-thirds rotten lies, sir ;
Yet of the few that hold most true,
Aad have pure metal's ring, sir.
Here's oue which I pronounce no lie :
"A fact's a stubborn thing," sir.
What once was folly now is fact
Bob Fulton's steamboat journeys
Old Morse's wires old Beecher hacked
The aigger free and ruined quite
The bottom rail on top. sir
Oar President a flat-boat knight
New wines made outen slop, sir !
And who can say but what some day
We'll reach perpetual motion
Convict and burn each witch so grey
Find that all-healing lotion
The qoadrature of circles 1107
Change roeks to gold by rappin .
Discover Folly Wiseman's stoue,
And know what's gwine to happen ?
Not real merit, but success
It fame and honor's ticket
A holy kpave, a slandered ass
Is Brooklyn Zion'g picket;
State's Prison or the Capitol
The only stakes men play for
Lile's modern game stone houses all
They wish or strive or play for !
In heaven's door the key no more
Is turned by saintly Peter
For any stink iu man that's potry-v
For rebel or dirteater ;
Through heaven's door the black am oor.
Who pays admission foes, sir.
May enter in, with butly grin
And nice perfumes to please, sir!
There is no bell the de'il sold out
(Wo wo wo wo wo- wope sir !)
To some saltpetre men, about
The time we had a hope, sir.
One little Reb would whip just five
Full-grown and big fat Yaukees :
And bow Old Soot's moved hre to live.
And play hiscrinktum-crankies!
Hurrah for dirt ! Hurrah for licet !
Hurrah for the nigger commune !
Hurrah forthe ring-tail Paridie !
Hurrah for the monkey Typhoon !
Hurrah for the grand Centennial
Of Civil Rights and Stink, sir !
Horah for the bloom perennial
Of the Ethiopian Pink, sir!
Hurrah for the King of the Cannibal Isles !
Hurrah for the Qieen of the Congos !
nip, hip and hurrah, through the uieasurelesa
Where my hallyeumlujeruin song goes.
For the Hottentot Wooly-head, Blubber-lipped
For the lovely Gorilla dear million ;
For the beautiful record that never can fade-
The indelible inky civilian !
Hurth for 1876 !
For the hundredth glorious Fourth, sir !
Our nations craft right op the styz
Grant-Charon steers due north, sir!
Lsst fall the died M its Bia Col urn
Neat summer ehe'll be hurried
Next gloriout Fourth, with fife and drum.
To pluto't mante be ferried !
rtt cheers for freedom's natal day !
Three timet three cheers for a lie, sir !
TU boys in grey most eheer ia May
The blue-boys in Shoo-fly, sir !
Osr trinkingcups be Freedom's bones
Btr tkall our heavini? buinuer !
ItSB t'att Km hill t.v I nat armaria "
j -j Pi
Brink tears (HI we dry pump her J
Osr orator be the Ch imnanzee !
Apes read th IWlaraf i.m f
tbe baboons climb the Liberty tree.
And shout for the ring-tail nation !
the de'il a balloon ascension make,
Witt the start and stripes a-ilying
"potted old rag to tha moon to take,
At there just leave it lying.
E. P, H.
know, my canoling darling, that you
lave a fortune or xurer p eeeneton in your
mice than all vojir fathers wealtl.1 But
1 1 t !
come; hid me goou-ny ,wun siuih-s, no-
ears. The litue of going is verv near.
She pot forth her hand; he caught it
and drew her to his boroui. A- he re
leased her, a bracelet caught in his but ton
and broke. Tlie little charms cross
heart and anohor that were attached to
it separated, the cross still hanging to
the button, the others falling at Caroline s
With a frightened look she pointed to
the broken trinket and eaid: 'O, Edgar,
this is an omen ot coming evil, I know.
Your gift thus broken, and at such
'Nonsense! At your feet behold my
heart and hope; and upon my bosom lies
our faith. Here, put a piece ot ribbon or
something in ton little cross, and I will
wear it until we meet again.'
When shall that bet' asked Caroline,
in a mournful voice.
'Still supersticiousr Edgar said.
'I feel a presentiment, Edgar, that
years will pass before we meet again,
ever. But bete, take this cross; I wil
have faith. See, I have wrapped around
it a piece of my hair. Now, whatever
the future may bring, and wherever you
may be send this to me and I will come,
Caroline said, her vo"ce fnll of mournful
(), Carol, pray do not talk so. You
unprei'H me with your gloom. Dome,
clit-er up, a d own, too, that, yon are afraid
to truei ine in 1 he constant society of Miss
iM viuir; but you need hVe no fears about
ier. Even though 4 kIioiiM think of her,
he would uoi be npt i encourage her
father' secretary when ehe can aenire to
so icy cold .'
Thus Caroline Ainsworth communed
with herself in the splendid boudoir of her
suite of apartments.
Going to a jewel casket, she unlocked
it, aud drew fotth the little golden heart
'Btrange ! strange, that I should have
felt the coming of this perfidy. I knew
that uiglit it would be ao. I wonder
where the com pin ion of these is V she
murmured. 4What do I care for this life
of contiunal excitement, thie admiration of
the millions 1 Nothing nothing. All,
all are gone now for whom I cared to be
great. Edgar, worse than dead. Would
that I eould think of him watching and
waiting for my coming in the land where
angel eing. Father gone, mother gone !
I earn for the praiee of no one now. I
sing into one now. O.eHry, weary
ife!k I have only one joy the remems
hi a nee of the coiuii rt 1 gave them.'
A knock at the door announced the
coming of some one, and a footman pre
sented liim-eit, and said, handing an en-
)e1np- 'Mudeiuoteelle, the bearer is Wail-
Oh I am tired of rhese baubles,' she
said, as she pressed in hei fingers the en
velope, uhich contaiued au offering of
some kiud, she knew.
The pressure made the impression, not
a ring, on the paper in which it whs en
closed, but a cross. As Caroline a eye
detected that, the opened with an appear
auce ot nr re interest toe sealed paper,
and the little golden cross, wrapped with
her own hair, was in her band.
Your promise I Do you remember!
The messeuger will direct you, was Writ
leu tremulously and irregularly ; but she
kuew his hand had penned the lines.
'Bring the bearer to me immediately,
Jean, and order my carriage. I shall be
Reeigvtng any poeitiou as ted !'
Mr. Erv tug's secretary, 1 engaged iu W4 Then he en sow-lied the two son ire ta
ness as a merchant wr h one I had always j reveal what they had done, and the Coout
believed my friend, and au honest roau. to come from the Black Forest and
T - . I a to If .. I. I k l 1 1 r
1 irutifu evrrjini8 to niy uan irnn nKk ins son. wirn l-ace Imc
was not in my work. .1 was disatihed the KHoperor, who Mi bia as heir.
with myself, and everyi big I engaged iu and who succeeded him as Henry
was doomed to xauunj, my pariner nio- u
i. A 1 f - .-er a.a. 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 - . t . r .
nea me, anu nuauy W" I'D nn au nm 1 n iue spni m ine forest where the
money he could obtain. With the little I child was bora vat erected aftetmards
left, a few pounds. I folio w,-d him here, the uoble monastery of llirechau.
Many weekt ago 1 was eeuv-d hi h t.-vci ,
the Courier Journal.
I Hlmax Life A
Boston Women Scandalized. ht -ppropiuid aaan' fall eatreme
from which I have never r-covered. aud
now I have but little hope I ever shall
But for this kind woman, I should have
Buffered much. Last uighl 1 thought. I
fB- a a a . "
was dying, or 1 siiouta not have sent
for you this morning."
ready iu. fifteen minutes. Tell mef my
woman the gentleman i s he
How Mr. Collin Spelled It.
From the lMn.it Fr V
He ceased, tired and fainting almost.
mm the exertion of w much spooking
Do B etou woaaett chew iMhaceo 1
That'a the , n si on. Br. Mr. Luhrop
ha declared M a fact kwtWw ikw WomnaS
TrmptT loot- LIuiou of that city. II mat
ouly makes (hie cbaige, but, getn-r.1 nmg
a ti.lle, claim I bat he can get tew toco to I
leave ehey. iug wbesa be caa i ltd wee
oue wnuitu tW say thai be will wevwr tfev j
uee "Bi.e rut or eweei wavy. " Uo
ueh things b- t The u-e ol I he weed by
WoiAeo eeri4tii iertiNit ot I be cMioify
a aa oUl etrj . Bui iu ihi .k that a clergr
uiau, whoae fiti,,i.Mie are coin led to law
uiUMMt rimsi-o-miion, ebould fee I it bia
h-iir.d- 1. ittty to on I. lie I, ntaHoairale
won ine leinaie worm ol o-teteai lot 11
tndahjf tltj it) the
The other evening old Mr. and M.-s.
Coffin, who live on Brush street, aat in
heir co V back parlor, be rewdioa ho aw
Again the kind attendant came with the I er and she kiiitiiiur. and the familv cat rr i"1 deemed one of the bleeawl ,
: . a a a" . a - 1 - . ' w I , f fr m .
wine; ana alter it uaa Deen administered, t rtretrhed oot under the stove aud eiuln-d virions pnvn.ges 01 m iir hum a. it v 11
Caroline mentioned ibe Woman into 'h- and felt sort v for cats not so well filed rlueively. Hi sialemeoU aeeoi 10 we
adjourning room, and, questioning her It was a haDnv. contented household, and in-uV iu a mat rv r which inditaies that
. . ".. w . . 1 . : r ' - - - - 1
closely, learned that fee was entirely there was love in his heart as Mr Coffin
it bout money. The little he bad was put down his newspaper ai d remarked :
soon consumed in obtaining the most ne I see that the whole country ia becom
cessary medicines and wines. Returning ( iug excited about spelling schools. '
to the bedside, she stood, her heart over- 'Well, ii'a good to know how 10 spell."
flowing with ioy. She knew then her I renlied the wife. 'I didn't have the chance
place had never been given to another. some girls bad, but I pride myself that I
a lollow ;
ew years ia child hood's
S-ven )twra ia school from day
Svw years at a
8evew years to ftnd
Sevew years to pleasure's IwlHtw
bvew years to I as Wot hardly
Seven yeara some a wild
ove J vara tor wealth
years for hoarding tor voor
8eveo years to weak 11 i-se spent d
Could the admiring hondreus, who
gaxed on her the night bet ore, have seen
ber then, they would have found all that
they thought wanting. The look, tbe
tone, the feeling that an many sought in
vaui was there, sbebenttover and wbis
pered to tbe sufferer : ' 'Edgar, will you
A pew light flashed ia bis eyes, and
gffktug eagerly at her, he whispered :
"Jjive ! for what T
"Look into my eyes, Edgar, and see,'
she murmured, a beautiful flush tinging
ber fair face.
who I ean spell almost any word that comes
I'll see about that,' he laughed, 'come
uow. spell boggy.'
'Humph! that s nothing b n g g-y,
buggy,' she replied.
'Missed tbe first time ba! ha !' be
said slapping his leg.
ne das accurate knowledge ot certain
rases. The Globe says : "In tiowa
poet, j al ics N w York, fuming Chicago,
and ever quiet demure Philadelphia have
hinted that th average B ston young lady
affeeird eye-gUases aa a gentle siisnuhanl
tor her optica, and was a trifle cool and
high-toned as to style, aud not, long
ago, Boston ladies were accused by some
anuoymooa correspondent ot trequeniiy
indulging in too moch wioe ; but we hove
never beard of auy such awful charge as
this before." j It is pretty rough, surely.
If tbe thing were told upon any other
city than Boaioo it would not ao much
matter. But the idea that, in tbe verv
Then die, and
go you don't k
A Spider's Bridge.
It waa, eb t Well, I'd like to see nob of tbe universe, the dreadful exam
W I 1 1 a . . a
At so item of loss by tbe late cold tbe
orforlt Landmark says that Hon.
JSn Whiten-o tnat vioioity had
.000 pear trees from which ho expected
3;000 bushels, aud Col. G. B. F
rHjDlo 7,000 trees which would have
WM. b crop worth 1 10.000 : one
Jker lost 25,000 tomato plains. The ( jt
to truckers is vsriousfy estimated at t
JMW.OOO to $1,000,000. The re
JJj ronurj Narfolk for a radius of 40
i iu " 006 ,ran orcbead, all in
yjJU g0ry of the spring when tbe
"tcaine. The loss may be imagin-
A look of reproach was Caioliue'ii re
ply to Edgars aords. And when ' he
again pressed her to his heart, in hi final
farewell, and left her, she felt then ad if 11
Before two years had passed there came
a great financial crisis, in which many of
the wealihiest fell-Caroline Aina wort lis. fa
ther among the first. When poverty waa
threatening, not for herself did she trem
ble, but for those dear onss, then aged,
aud il S able to bear either the shock or its
results. Then Edgar's words came back
to her She had a fortune in her voice.
Cheerfully, hopefully, she weut to work.
And then how eagerly she watched for
the coming of Edgar's letter of sympathy,
o tcnurageinent aye, that, most of ait,
whic 1 ebould sustain her, his words of
love. Tbe letter came. O, dhe cold,
cruel letter, which for a lime swept faith,
hope aud almost reason from her mind aud
as, a t . a a ia
A little while only, and then she rose
above the sorrow nun had caused, and
bravely weut to work. Calmly "he re
read his letter, asking tn be leleased from
his vows Business still detaining him
with Mr Erving, hi India, he should uot
return to fcoigJand at present, and as, ot
course, u r plans for tbe future would en
gross her completely, she would agree
uh him, it would be better, and 110 doubt
also agreeable to her to be free.
"You are free." were tbe only words
I yaroliue wrote in reply.
st a a w 1
A year spent iu study in l'aiy, and
inning encouragement from the hot
masieis, and then to try her power. Suc
cess followed, aud fame crowned her with
aurels. She. waa acknowledged theuri-
ma dttnna of the age.
IVacb her to love, and then her's will
be music divine, fower, passion, pathos
she has all; but they had been acquired
from great masters.' - I he wauling power
must he of herself, from her own soul,
said tbe old couniaseurs.
Seven yeara had winged their flight
since she had parted from Edgar Mans
field. She had beard nothing of him since
about aix mouths after her receipt of his
letter. Then she was toid that be was
earning home to marry Miss Erving,
But to continue. We now aud ber in
Paris crowned with triumph. After a
night of even more than usual eclat, she
sat the next day surrounded with tbe to
kens of her listeners' appreciation. Plow
era rare and beautiful, jewels costly end
antique, all around ber. She pushed
them impatiently aside, and her head sank
into her hands. Uer thoughts flew back
to tbe time when she sang simple ballads,
and watched for tha words aad look of
admiration from one with more eagerness.
aud bailed iu coming- with mora real
gratification than ever since she had from
the crowned heads and nobles of the
'Uow I kept thinking last night of the
Welcome Greeting I My heart aeemeu
filled with that. I have not thought of
since that night. I think if I bad sung
there might have been found the wan
ting tone. They say 1 am com mere ib
no hive iu my voice. Cold ! Oh 1 can
they not think there is a coldness more
icy than that of unknown love ? 'Tis
when love has been given birth, known
life, and then been killed, that U becomes
Tbe woman eould understand but little
English ; and Caroline, tepeating ber in
quiry in French, learned that the woman
- - a a
had been sent by a gentleman who was
ill. DcrhaDS dying. Bidding tbe woman
1 a a w
come with her, and direct the driver, Car
(dine entered the carriage. After a bal
an hour's drive, the carriage stopped be
fore a lodging house in the Rue de Rivoli.
The woman preceded Caroline iu, and up
a long flight of stairs, until they reached
a door, opening which cautiously, she
stepped iu an instant. Returning, she
whispered Tome in!'
He was sleeping the miserable wretch
of the once handsome Edgar Mansfield.
As Caroline bent over the wasted form a
greai terror tilled her heart she bad come
'Dead V she groaned forth, looking from
the pale features to the attendant, who
answered, 'No, no; sleeping !'
Bending over, gazing on tbe form of
him once so proud and noble looking,
then so worn, so wretched, Caroline's
teart filled with pity. ' All the cruel past
war forgiven. How could she feel resent
ment to aids him lying so stricken before
Tbe eagerness of her watching, tbe in
tense gaze must have aroused the sleeper.
He slewly opened bjs eyes and met
'Ever true,' he murmured 'to your
promise,' he added, in a voice so low that
Caroline had to stoop very near to catch
The effect of the speaking seemed to
exhaust bim. Looking into his eyes, still
so beaulifnlly bright, raised to ber's with
a look so eager, so appealing, Caroline's
own grew dim. and tears fell uTi rest rained
011 the wasted hand she clasped in her's
The woman drew near, and holding
toward bim a glasai of wine, eaid that it
would make bim stronger.
Caroline geutly raised his head aa the
wum iu held it to bis lips. Such a grate
ful look met her eye ! She thought, 'Oh,
why is be here alone! Where is be
whose gentle hand should minister here '
anybody get two g's iu buggy, I pie should bo set tbe world at large, is
would. narrowing to the huabands and lovers.
But it is spelled with two g's and any Hereafter, young man mind your girl's
school boy will tell you so,' she persist- eye teeth for nicotine discoloration. 1 bey
He could not mistake, for plainly her I ed. - do say thai Waabiugton belief brighten
eyes answered his cry I We!l, I know a durn sight better than y nd prevent their gayety from
"Live for you and me,' they said. that !' he exclaimed, striking the uble nagging by champagne nppimg, but that
"No; no ; you cannot mean it. You so I with his fist.
high and I so crushed. Yon shall not '1 don't care what yon know!' she
stoop so low, my qneen. Even in my squealed ; 'I know that there's two g's in
dreams I am not so wild.' buggy I'
"Edgar, I ouly stoop to lay my heart Do you mean to tell me that I've for-
for you to raise it to light end life Look gotten how to spell V
back. See me not as the multitude, their 'It looks that way.'
favori'e for the time ; see only the simply 'It does, eb 1 W .-11, I want you and all
loving girl ot the past. Know not the yoor relations ro understand that I kuow
prima denna. Koow alone the trnstiog more about spelling than the whole ea-
woman, B'ho willingly will resign the ad- I boodle of you strung upon a wire.'
is as nothing to ihit Boston scandal.
A writer ia Ueartk easf Heme v 1
Ooe r billy day 1 woa Irtt ot hs otoaw,
and after I waa tired of reading UniiQ
Crusoe, I caught a spider and krwagbi Mm
into 1 be boose 10 play with. FoMwy kw4
ol play teaie, wasn't u ? Well, I took a
wabbaia aud faateoed a siirk io it
like a liberty polo or voaorTe most, and
iben poured in wsier enough to mm ik
mast too an island tor my spider,
I named Croeoe aad pot 00 Use
As aooo as bo was fairly coot away fee
anxiously commenced running round to
floe the rood to the saaialood. He'd
From 0m Now York Mercury.
Packages Forwarded Eight
Miles in Two Seconds.
miration of the world for the love and
admiration of one true heart.
Thus she came down from th height of
1 - s
tier greatness to the true, joviiiir woman.
When next she saeg all her hearers
acknowledge the newly gained power,
There was no longer a wanting toue. A
few weeks a'ter, all Paris ws surprised,
and many of ber noble sous indignant
that there 'Q'teen of Song should have
wedded a man entirely unknown to tin-
world. But what cared she f He was
more thau all the world to her.
A REMARKABLE DREAM.
Conrad, the Emperor of Oermsny, was
remarkable for his auspairing punishment
of all who crossed his purpose. A quaint
but true legend recites that a certain
Count Lupoid, who was one of those
tearing death, tied into the remote
forest and lived iu e hut awith bis
It happened that the Emperor, while
hunting, came to the spot und passed the
night with them. That night the Count's
wife t.ecame the mother ol a son, and ' lie
Emperor dreamed tha' the ch.ld then
a 1 I I I I a a
Doru would De lux heir. As the same
dream recurred thrice he was greatly
troubled, and the next' morning he com
manded two of his servants to kill the
child. They took it away; tut, being
moved to compassion by its smiles, ih -y
placed it under a tree, anil brought back
a hare's heart to the E nn-rnr.
A certain duke passed by soon after.
'And I want you to understand Jon
athan Coffin, that you are an igoorent old
blockhead, when yon do .'t put two g'a in
tbe word buggy.
'Don't talk that way to me be warn-
'And dou't shake your fist at me ;' she
' bo's a shaking but fit ?'
'That's a lie an infernal lie
'Don't call me a liar, you old bazaar!
I've put up with your uieauneae for tortv
years past, bn. d-n't call me a liar, and
don't lay a baud ou me !'
'Do you waut a divorce !' be ahoated,
springing up ; 'you can go uow thia min
'Don't spit iu my face don't you dare
On Saturday. February 28tb. the pneu
matic mail system waa opened for pobhe aa
In tbe city of Won a. and f.r the few days
of its workings it appeared to baye been
etnioeotly saiitfartory. By this metbud. lei
tors aad packages imt eteeediug two iNioces
iu weight eaa be seat fnau oue end f the eity
to tbe other U distance f about eight miles
iu roMietbiuai leas than two s nud. s
that adding tortile the tioea Weeeaaary f-o
luakii.g up pacaagea, aa oriiug 1 ....1
aud deTtVeriiitf 'tlieoi. the wlede la jo-t ata-wt
oue hour. Ilui tin ouly ev-ra eajrvtoe ra
-. aud tbe ntauaaers of this rteii iu
Vi-ua pay that iu a short time, the tbue be
tween the r- ei,.i aud delivery will b- great
ly reduced, li, faoi. U-iae.-u siatius outj
two or three mile diataut fr-on eaeb other,
such parkagaiare even now delivered wiih-
tU IWeUly minutes after being dU-wHled. Ae
the general i""t otOee iu Vienna is also iu
tha bui'ding ibe (i-neral telegraph tb. e.
powerful steaMi eiigiw s are ousiautly
coiiipreasitig atmoapiiei ic air iu a uiatnmoth
reaervoir, froiu' a hlrh (h double aMrM of
cast-iron pipe, laid three feet under thw sor
scamper down the mast to tbe water.
stick out a foot, get it wot, shake fa, rue
round tbe stick, aad try the other aide,
and tbe a roe bock to too top again. Pret
ty soon it became a temai matter with
Mr. Robinson, and be sat down to ibink
it over As io a moment bo acted a If
bo wanted to tboat for e boat, end was
afraid he waa going to bo hungry, I pot
a little m s lasses 00 a stick. A fly come,
but Crusoe wasn't hungry tar mm toot
then. He was boms sick for bis web in
tbe corner of the wood abed. He wmt
alowly down the pete to tee wets 1 swai
touched it all round, abasing bia feet like
poesy when eke vrtt ber stock lags io the
grass, and eoddeoly a theefkt, appeared
to atriko bim. Up be wool like a raho,
o ibe top and rouiiueneed playing flit us.
lie held owe tout io too aw, tkea ant 1 an r,
...I turned round two or I fare a tie.
He got ezci'ed and nearly at an I mm bia
bead U fol,- 1 found out what be kuwWp
and lhai was line, thai ibe draft aW saw a
by the fire wnold carry a lino oatoww mm
a loch he eould earape trosa bia shorn is
land. He pushed oot B Wefc iboS Want
floating in ibe air until il caught no tbe
n. nea to
do it or I'll make a dead man of you I' abe I face of the strtets. are fed. Oan system id
found the e.hild and t.u.b U lirnnx tn In.
as wa wmm-mw- v a i v w iiomj1 w
He had gained some lit ue strengtu, anc 1 wjfe nd adopted it as his own. At r
when shs drew near aud seated herself, j wairia thn K -nr l.;,. with tha d..k..
he said : 'I would not have sent fur you if
1 had been equal with you in any way.
But uow, when you are so far above me,
you can stoop, at least, to pity. I am
dving. vou see. 1 eould not forget the
rj ' f
constant longing to see you once more
once more to hear your voice. Cau you
forget the' past long enough to sing me
one song ?'
She said 2 "You must feel I dc forgive,
and will forget all that you would fain
She sang the song that had trembled on
her lips the night before, aud filled her
heart ever since ; then burst forth the
A smile, wan but very sweet, came
over bis pale face, and rested there until
she hud finished ber song. He seemed to
glow much stronger and incliued to talk.
Seeing this, 'How is it you are here alone
in Paris? Where are your friends
your' wife she would have sa;d, but
the word died on her lips. She could
a w , a . a . m at
not utter tuit, and coutiuuea, 'iell me
something of yourself.'
"I will, I will all,' he answered,
'Wbea I wrote you that cruel letter
'Hush,' Caroline said. 'I would hear of
yonr latter life.'
"I must,' he answered, "I meat. Then
for a period, 1 was possessed of a spirit
of evil. I was flattered by the kindness
of Miss Erving. I believed I could win
her, and with' her wealth and high pos'u
tion, I thought 1 did or could love her,
and forget you But I soon knew I could
oot, and would have given everything I
possessed to have been able to recall that
letter. I almost made up my mind to
write" again, and ana for what I bad re
signed. When your reply eame, then I
determined to return home, and seek yon,
and try to gain forgiveness and a return
to confidence. On my arrival, you had
left.- And after, when success and
(tune came so quickly to Jdo, I dared
and hearing bim relate, aa a forest adven
ture, the history of this boy, who was
then present, btgan to suspect that the
victim bad escaped. Bring confirmed in
ue j this opinion, he took him into bis service
I ... ri I L ,, -. ft f ,...U
ae papr, anu vdcii khi una won m icuer
to the Empress, in which he charged tier,
upon pain ot his displeasure, to have the
prisoner put to death, I bo youth set
out, and after traveling seven days came
to a certain priest's house, who received
11m with great hospitality. 1 he priest
was struck with his comely air, and by
his traveling so far. While he slept he
looked at bis letter and discovered the
horrible fate that awaited him, so, erasing
tbe wn i.ig he substituted for it the fol
lowing words :
This is the youth whom I have cho
sen as the husband of oor daughter. I
charge you to give ber to bim quick-
Next mom tug the lad awoke refreshed
and said :
"Adieu, dear host 1"
Tbe priest replied :
"Remember me when yon are Em -peror."
The boy ouly laughed, esteeming it a
jest and departed. Oo arriving at Aixla-
Cbapell, he delivered bis letter, and ao
well did the stratagem succeeded that tbe
Emperor wrote soon after to ask if his
orders had been obeyed ; the Empress
assured bim that the nuptials had been
celebrated with great celerity aa be bad
desired. The Emperor hardly believed
bis eves when he read the letter. Moun-
'1 haven't spit ia yoor freckled old
face, but I may if you yrovuke mo far
'Who's got a freckled face, you old tur
key buzzard ?'
1'hie was a l.i tie too mm b. Ha mad
a motion as il be would strike, and sbt
1 a s t ro 1
seized turn by the uecK tie. 1 lien lie
reached out and giatdwd her right ear,
and tr.ed in lift ber off her feet, but -h
misted up on his ueck lie until bis ton
gue ran out.
Let go of me, yuu old fiend!' she scream
Git down on yonr knees, and beg my
pardon, yoo obi ltd cat ! li-- yi-lb-d
They surged and stayed and sirug
a aa aa. I 1
gled and the p.-ae- tut cat was strucK n
ine overturning tauie am, ii ki ii r uacu
broken, while tbe clock fell down and ih
a a. a saaa
pictures danced around. 1 be woman
fi. tally shut ber husband's supply of air
off aud flopped bim. aud as he bumped
lus bead up and down on the floor tud
scattered bis gray hairs, she shouted :
'You want to get up another spelling
school wiih me, don't you T'
He was seen limping around the yard
yesterday, a etockiug pinned around bis
throat, and she had court plaster on her
nose aud one finger tied np He wore
tbe Io -k ot a martyr, while she had tbe
bearing of a victor, and from this time out
'buggy' will be spelled with two g's iu
pines serves for carrying packages. Bud tl
out- r lor pushing them ahead iu another di
reetiou. At trse seven inueinal Malma. iu
various parts f the aity. similar eiigiuea ara
kept at work day aad night drawing t e air
from tha pipw, aud ereaiioe; a cuutn in
troll! o '.He .mu Will! H llllia more
ra 1 1 I y preseeti 1 r .'atU ly tlie eXmitsie
tore- of I he roiaineseed air behind them
heity aiii,-aaiioia re eouu.-eietl le-t
lily wilii the in o central oflb e. but ala,
.viln eaeb other by ihea- double ayetein o
lie. The diMmteh of each pMekaa is an
uooueed by leleuraph to the olhre to whirh
it is eeut. aud to all iule-v uing olfaVes. t
Mdvise the latter not to a ,,p it ,,u Ita Way.
I'he pipe.- are si v inraea m , ano-t.-r . a ilh a
pei t ri v 11 h.J II ltoiiahe.1 iuuer nr( ,r-. aud
the pacKMvee ar uot e up in i mu tubit-r
eylimters of Vafioua leugtn. T'.ie aalaae
oa mail mailers uiusi iaid at l,e rale . .t
t kreoizers (oue neiil ) l.r e.,, I) half oil lire
o fi ae,i ,o. rliBjh is evil-iitly mueh eS. ap
er luau I he two oei,t p. ml age f..r the eily let
ters iu this eouatry. This ia the ttrst iu-
i NUf ill a lartr ci'y. vwa-a Baa atearl
i tM ) luuaiuiauU dtviiig it pe .pie aucn
fac. lines of oorrvtpoudiug ai
ble. Then be hauled wo tbo
H was i- t, struck it several
ee if il a as strong emmgh to
and walked ar...re. I thought
earned bis liberty, so 1 pot him
bis wood-shell again.
Tub outrage business ought to hare col-
inioaled with tlie coufeai,,ils .,f i'errio.
Wheu be makes a e'eau orensl aad avows
that be got up the terrible report of Ku
Kluz outrages, aud a general hostility to
The Pall Mall Gntefle soys : "Ai
the many agems lor ibe infeciaeat dis-
disaoseo are, lis eewta. our dnoteatsc pete,
Fr lb- piowogatsno of a Sever ttog m
. -ui notes as bad, if seat Wiwwe, than a
drain, ami a -aae ia inferred to in the
Sanitary IltrorH, in a hich scat let frvsjr
w in carind ti- ui rhild to another by
a favoipe ri iitei r. I be dog b d
reaied iii a btnaae where aoilalMa f
aile, and was subsequently given 1
Ineud of 1 he Inn liMitly afiev
of the rhildieii in ibe dog's ise w bome
attacked nil 11 nplij-unt scarlatina and
died. 1) stnfec aots ete nSeO pl-in ifully ,
aud every ir-cauiiou I ik n lu pr-,-ut a
recunei.ee of the n, ,i .. x . Imt j . iao
a a a a a m
IUoiiIIi a lime a ssCiilMl cUll.l ImoB IUe satBa
diseuae, in n w ret f-.i n. aisd died. As
ttie dog bad been rbe constant companion
nd BUItcl.tW if ill ess children, ita
ooliv coat, ii is alleged, fesraoao 00
weudrrata I chirgd i h eiolagi-eaa saartrr 00 Io ren
der it a sotirre ol dUK-aae and death. Al
though it ia fair to tbe dog in admit tha
ibe child reai may have caught hae f 1
from 01 her entire a ihui hia wolly r af.
yet there is reason to fear thai basib do
and cats, eopecully the toilet, d nrca-
sionally assistjn tbe circulation d i d
A Truthful Sketch.
Let a man fail io businese. what aa effect
it has ou bis former creditors ! Men who
have taken hiss by tbe arm, aad laughed
and chatted with bim by th hour, ah rug
their shoulders and pass on with a cold
'How do yon do?"
Every trifle of a bill is boated up and
presented that would not have Bono tbo
light for months to eome, bat for the mis
fortunes of tbe debtor. IX it is paid, wen
and good ; if oot the scowl of the Sheriff,
perhapt, meets him st the corner. A man
that has never failed knows but little of
Iu prosperity be sails along geutly, wafted
by favoring smiles and kind words from
everybody. Ha prides himself oa his name
and spotless character, aud makes his boast
that be baa not aa enemy ia the world.
A. las ! tha change. He looks at tbo world
lu a different light when reverses eome opon
He reads suspicion on every brow.
tha Goverutneut for political effect, then tbo I tioos illneoa, and where lever prevails ifau
sooner they are lodged oat ol fbe tsooeo
the better. fbey are, however, orohaMy
not more dangeruos ia this repi ct tbost
books. No one who lake ou a bonk
10 a library ever trouble bimaelf or
herself as to the antecedents of the vol a are;
it may have jest left the hoods 0 e fever
He hardly knows how to move, or to do
ting bis horse, ho rode imovdiately and 1 tbia thing or the other ; a writ is ready for
with great speed to Aixla-Chapell. Ou 1 keek. To koow what kiud of stuff the
M. .rri..l lb. EDpr ,l aeir -n -J - -s -"
lltiic ellU AJluperiit tWCawawzria svswe ste atevvu 1011 '
tm U . mm
and uncertain what to do. At
whole bottom ought hi drop out. Aud o it
seuina it has. Hon W. D. Kelley baa been
euuvineed, fleeter ha been discharged from
his iuf.itnoo poat of spy. 1 tonnor aad tool.
aud t at elas has oolbiug more to do. Their
vocation is gone.
What other string tb Kepublicau party
has to play oo ia y4 to be fouud. It may
stir up a war fever by raising a cloud some
where. Since tbe Mezicau furor baa died
out, there is nothing to bo expected from
that quarter. Piawibly something may be
made uot of Cuban affairs, aad the peopb of
tbia country called upon to uphold tbo Uni
ted State in ita reeugailtoa of lb Patriot a
This recognition cornea so late, aad with
no bettor ruueon than mignl bar been gives
years ago, that IB slang parlance, it ia tot
aaaa If B SW O as 0
in wasnington eorresponueDce 01 me
New York Her aid suggest another probable
D roc ram me. This is the sffectatiou of
awakened hooosty aad the purpose of reform
This as also too thin aad too bate. AI
avonhiag boa boao stotoa loot euoM ho ato-
lao. and it would be absord to offar op
parcel of office bolder of la soaps
for others no better than tbemKe
It Is all t-x) bate- The people tbroug boH
toe ceo airy are wasning me a a si rrosn ibeir
eyns. aud thoy will be eon tent with nothing
lea toaa wiping oot ooaruly to prnsjwM
party aud it failbiaa aud iaiooitooa rolor.
length nature prevailed, aud be exclaim
ed : - u -aSgeod will are wxn
1 "The will of heaven cannot be retis frisodsbip.
manifest. A failure ia a moral svtve ; K 1 "I line soften all tasog'." soys aa ea
LrmM nal tKa vhaat anil ahutra tha eh. IT. ' flllSv. eli law Wtmutm tit mn wli.t narta
T m. . . a , 1 r r 1 1 . . ,
A aaan too inaras tnai worosanu pretauaeu , nis nair in ine ..iijjih aa a wuisiisa o
.suiiug saa sass v u.ui maj j
not ooBstHoto reel ; sareeu corners.
softor than bo kW
FrIGHTZKINO (MILUkZX .
can he woise lor a child ibau lobe
ened. Tb-. ff -ci of the ooaro it
to recover from : it
until maturity, ea is shown by many in
stance of worked asosiitvaoeaa and eg-
sve earvsesneo Met eohiaasntly.
fear is employed as a mean of discipline.
Coildren are controlled by being
believe that something terrible will
pen to tbeoa aod poo ia bed by bri
up in dark mntea, or fey being
places tbey stand 10 dtead
without vivid mamory of bit owe kwd-
hood, eas comprebeod how aalirely
socb tbinsrs are. Wo feave
grown persoos tell af the satWing tbey
have endured, oa cbildreo, under like tarV
cum lances, aod raetuot tbo frrepoi able
i jury which tbey are sure teoy mwm
received. No parent, 00 a arse, as pubis of
alarming the yoang, is filled for her
tarn. Children, a o
be trained uot to know ibe sen of
w his b. above everything else, ia to bo
feared ia their education, eily
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