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FOR CHOLERIC PEOPLK.
A CHAPTER ON THE ADVANTAGES
Vucnntrolleil I'm. Ion Oppotrd In l",on
gnvlty nf l.lfo llwullhof Mlml iiikI Hotly
Uii-llcpotHleiit ruuls for tho Mot
Ittnoilcil lit t'umler Ou..
ItcRarUliiR tlio mnttcr merely from the
hyglento standpoint, effort can In) capntulnl
for thoobtnlnnientof for moru vnltinliloKM
spHSlona than a mint ntul even tcinernmciit.
Such a temperament docs not null to ux
tremw; It Is not swept by whirlwinds of
feeling! under almost ntiy clrruinstttticrs It
BoctircM content. Few things can present n
mora InsurtnoiinUhlo Imrrlcr, not only to
mental UN, hut oven to physical ailments
and Infirmities, or yield a better eroundod
hopo of longevity.
Hlr Isano Now ton, for liutnnro, led the
placid and uneventful If tollsomu existence
of a Undent nnd brnln worker. Tho serenity
of Ids dnys wetns only to havo been
disturbed by tho controcniy with Mb
nltz regarding tho Invention or the lluxlonnl
methods, and tho quarrel with Flnumttx.il,
tho nstrononior royal How great his wpuv
nlmlty was In other words, how thoroughly
reason was tho controlling elomont In tils
composition, to tho subjection of tho ns
slons apK!nrs In tho well known story with
regard to his dog Diamond. And what vtns
tho rvsnltf Ills health was vigorous and ro
malned unlnialred to within n fow irs of
his dentil. Ho lost but ono tooth In all hit
Ufa Ho novcr wore glnsscs. Ho nover grim
bald, and bo llvodtotho Him old ago of 6.1
years, John Milton, again, lived In troubled
times, In which ho bora bis full part.' He
was given, too. to polomlcnl writing, which
Is apt to exclto warm feeling. Yet In lit
personal habits ho was nustcro and gmvo,
holding himself sternly aloof from tlio prof
ligato rabblo around him, and Inflexibly
steadfast amidst domestic Infelicity, obloquy
and misfortune. Ho could scarcely bo called
a hot bloodod man, and, after a llfo whoso
solo physical nllllctlon was tho loss of hit
eyesight, ho died at tho ago of C1.
OTIIEU NOTAUIJC INRTANCKH.
Contrast with hlsthobrlcfcaiwrofaiiothcr
famous English poet, l)rd Hyron. Tom as
ho was by ovory (wirton, nnd tho victim of
that most wearing emotion, chronic hate, a
spirit that furnished tlio urcun In quick suc
cession for tho most Intense and cxtromo re
vulsions of feeling allowed lu possessor nn
earthly existence of but thlrty-slx short
years. Our own cnlni Emerson, than whom,
probably, no man that over lived was less
tho prey of gusts of feeling, reached tho ago
of 70. Edgar I'oo, who was n sort of emo
tional shuttlecock, was miscrablo nil his llfo,
and died at -JO. EOmund Kean, not only in
his professional capacity, was nn actor and
an actor Is frequently obliged to feign tho
most vehement passions, which is commonly
supposed to bo tho next worst thing to
actually feeling them but In his private llfo
was n man of most erratic nnd llery temper
ament. Koan himself was a stago for tho
drama of tho passions, nnd tho consequence
was ho was frequently ill, and survived but
a fow years beyond 40.
Passion has been not Inaptly defined as any
emotion of tho soul which affects tho body
and Is affected by it. Such Is the sympathy
existing between tho mind nnd tbo liody, tho
moral feelings excrciso a (totcnt influence ou
tho physical organs, whllo tho latter In turn
affect tho former. Tho effect of mental
emotions is manifested in tho vital functions,
and certain states of these functions servo In
a Uko manner to awaken the different pas-
cions. Tho passions founded on pleasure
teem to act ns a universal stimulant to all
vital action. Circulation Is quickened, tho
blood distends tho vessels of Its system, tho
face urighUns, tbo skin assumes a ruddy
tint, the muscles grow stronger and Invito
activity Tho whole body Is rcaiifmatcd--ln
short, ovcry function responds to tho vitalis
ing Influence of tho happy moral condition.
As Holler says. "Love, hopo and Joy promote
perspiration, quicken tho pulse, promote cir
culation, Incrcaso tho appetito and facilitate
tho euro of diseases." Whllo Joy and kindred
emotions thus contribute to hoalth by Induc
ing a mora actlvo performance of nil the
vital functions, as with all other stimulants,
tho pleasurublo feelings becomo painful If
tho bounds of moderation aro oxcoedod.
Ou tho nervous system tho effect of the
painful emotions Is manifested by depression,
derangotnont and, possibly, destruction of
tho vital energies. Tbo same agencies Influ
ence tho various secretions by increasing,
diminishing or vitiating them. When tbo
mind is severely and unpleasantly agitated,
dryness of tho mouth testifies to tbo suppres
sion of tho sail vury secretion. This Is proved
"by tho well known Uist, often resorted to in
India for tho discovery of a thief among tho
servant of a family, that of compelling all
tho parties to hold a certain quantity of rice
hi tho mouth during a few minutes, tho of
fonder being generally distinguished by tba
corapaiutlvo dryness of his mouthful."
Undoi the influence of disturbing passions
certain secretions becomo corrupted and
von acquire poisonous properties. It Is a
known fnct that the blto of an animal coaded
to desperation heals low rapidly, and U at
tended with greater Inflammation than ouo
administered when tho systoni Is uninfluenced
by tho excited passion. Urrnt mental dis
turbance In tho mother diminished or vitiates
tbo secretion of her milk, and It become
hurtful to tho nursing child. Tho contrast
between tho physiological effect of tho
pleosurablo and alnful emotions, and tholr
tnfluenco upon health, are obvious to nil. In
tho faces of the happy and confident Is seen
tho bright glow of natural vigor, whllo the
drawn, careworn and pallid features of the
sad and despondent testify to inward suffer
ing. In habitual Irritability or fretfulnew of
temper, hatred, revongo, envy and Jealously,
and, In fact, in all dispositions of tho mind
characterized by bitter feelings toward
others, a measure of anger is almost necessa
rily blended The effect upon tho bodily
health of tho mind harassed by passions of
this naturo Is to propagnto derangements nnd
Infirmities. Tho npetito le&seus, digestion
Is Impalreu, nnd then follow other functional
disorders. Tho nervous system suffers from
continued metal Irritability, and hysteria,
beadAcho, and other painful affections often
owo their origin to this prejudicial influence,
Physicians well know that w ben tho system
(s laboring under dlseaso n temper amiable
nud tranquil under tbo llttlo Ills and crosses
of llfo encourages recovery, whllo ono easily
Inflamed by tho baso passions obstruct It.
Whllo the malevolent foclings with which
mnrrmr f IttpMilAil nrn tliA nramntlnranf An III.
conditioned mind or uncontrolled temper
.u.iaiI ! H.tara.l I m1 ii.nfu. .In,, kn n I...
excited by unhealthy states of tho organs,
and thus originate within the body. In cer
tain functional disturbances and diseased
conditions, tho mind sometimes becomo dis
turbed, mid the disposition poevlsh and Irrit
able, rcrsons naturally amiable and patient
under outward annoyance will often become
suntout) a,nd fretful when attacked with
bodily luflrmltiea. Disturbances of tb
stomach, liver or other Important organ or
thus active In perverting reason, and In ren
dering tb disposition suspicious, peevish and
moreen. Boston UenUd. j .
Wo rambled throuriti thomcarioira crcen,
Uko children nt their pby,
lie told mo of tliu nomlura seen
In distant lands away:
I prized Iho mom n loncer grow
Tho stories ho would tell
1 found him good. I prmed him truo
How could I loro too well f
"Tweet, HmH't," from tho apple tree,
A li 1 1 1 bird thing to him and mo.
We gathered flower In tho lane,
Tor "twin iho month of May,
And ono jvar lienco ho'd come nsatn
Tttould bo our wedding day,
Oh I swiftly did tho hours lly
And happy wa my heart,
Ho told mo "nfter this good by
Wo uoor tnoro shall art."
"Tnect, Bweet," from shrub nnd treo,
Tho llttlo birds sang for him nud me.
Tha cat wind rose, tho salts wcro rproad,
Ills ship incned out tORMt
My sailor boy climbed iho mast head
An I throw n Lisa to mo.
TIs twenty J ears ngo tlnco then,
Andoncongahi 'lU May;
Tho sun Rlilnex bright, Iho flowers bloom
My trvHken all aro grn&
"Tweet, Bweet," sing Iho tilnli In gieo,
Hut uoiur uiy loio ennio back to mo.
Dentil from I-nd Poisoning,
III tlio Hit of deaths from polsoiiinrr In
Orcnt llrltnltt Till In a slnglo year
nltioty-flvo.ar ovcrnuo-nlxtli, woro caused
by lead. Tho pcojilo of nil civilized coun
tries nro In need nf npcclnl caution con
corning tlio uso of lend. lond pipes, lend
faucots, lend Bolder, nud In many other
forma, lend la n Btibtlo nnd torrlblo dan
per. Tliousnmls.sulTor from lead poison,
lug who do not dlo thoroby. It should
uovor lo usod, when by corrosion It can
becomo an clement in food or drtnlt. Tho
symptoms aro so ens lly laid to other
causes that It can do norfoun mischief bo
foro ita presenco Is suspected, Its uso In
rod prcclpltnto na n Bolder on pipes Is
specially dangerous. Next to lend, tlio
cases of poison moot numerous woro from
opium, then from cnrbollo acid, lie lift
donna nud alcohol, nconlto, clilorodyno
nnd hydrochloric ncld follow In tho list
with nearly equal pneo. Tor Btilcldul pur
poso carbolic ncld was used In forty-two
cases, tnorpliluo, opium ntul laudanum In
forty-ono. Tho fashion In Htilcldo Is very
A IVrullur I.nvo Cluirin.
In tho flouth of 1'ianco thoy mnlto a
very peculiar lovo clutrtu lu a very pectt
liar way. Under cortnln ceremonies which
I do not understand very well thojoung
woman catches nud lioxcs up n frog In n
box with n lot nf llttlo holes bored In tho
wood. Tho casltot Is then burled In nn
nut hill nnd loft thcro for two weeks
Tho nnts of cottrso nttnek tho prisoner
and cat up nil his llcsh, and all that Is left.
Is tho creature's bonus. Among theso Is
a shield shaped bono about ns largo as
ono'B thumb unll, upon ouo end of which
Is n llttlo hook. Tho girl takes this bono
nnd has It blessed surreptitiously by tho
prlost without Ids knowledge that Is,
sho exposes it during tho benediction at
tho muss nnd then who hooks it on tho
clothing of hor Bweethoart that Is to bo.
I was gravely assured Hint tho charm,
when properly prepared with nil duo coro
mony ntul enro. hud nover boon known to
fall. Chicago Naws.
Copy for tbo ICdltur.
Most editors dlsllko pencil copy. It Is
hard to read nud bothers desk editor and
compositors nllko. Nows paper paper
Uko that on which nowspnpers aro printed
should iiovor bo used for anything but
nowspnpor copy. If It Is used, tho Blicots
Hhould nover bo larger than commercial
Editors may not complain of pencil
copy, but thoy profcr pen and Ink copy
every tlmo. Of course If u writer has a
regular nnd assured position, ho may con
sult only his own convcnlonco and disre
gard tho wishes of thoso who handlo his
copy: but If ho Is sending his matter to
au uncertain market thoucater and hand
somer ho makes it, tho mora likoly it Is to
sell. "W. II. II." In Tho Writer.
Manufacture of Clitncso Cash.
A largo number nro engaged In molding,
costing nnd finishing tho "cash" used as
coin all over China Mexican dollars nnd
Sycco silver being used In largo trnus
actions. Tho cash aro mado from au alloy
of copper and zinc, nearly tho samo as tho
well known Muntz metal; and It takes
about 1,000 of them to answer as chango
for n dollar, so mluuto and low do prices
run In this country, of which I will only
glvo ono Instance Tho faro for crossing
tho ferry ou tho I'elho was only two cash,
or ouo-fifth of a cent. Sclontlflo American.
ATlint Aro Woods Tor
"Tho hardest question I over had to an
swer," said a gcntlomnu who hnd just
como down from tho Thousand Islands,
"was put by my llttlo boy whllo tho train
was passing through a small strip of
woods. 'Papa,' ho shouted, tho roaring
of tho train making It dlUlcult to hear,
uro tucro any lions an tigers an bears iu
thoso woods? 'No.' I said. 'Well, if
thcro ain't no lions an' tigers nn' beam In
woods,' ho shrloked nbovo tho din, 'what
do thoy havo woods fort' " Utica Ob
Bcrver. Tlio Mouso nnd tho Sage.
Onco upon a tlmo a Mouso wont to a
Sago and said:
"Tell mo, O, Wlso Man. a Romcdy for
my Trouble I am bo small that pcoplo
look upon mo with contempt."
"Do content, p, Mouse," was tlio reply
of tho Sago, after Reflection. "If your
slzo was increased ten fold men would
simply Bhottt "Rat si" ut you.
Moral. Thcro nro worso Corns than
thoso which como to us. Detroit l'rco
Russia's Cotton Imports.
Rusla Imports annually 800,000,000
pounds of cotton, chloily from America
nnd Ugvpt, but it Is bclloved that recent
acquisitions of tho czar lu central Asia
nro excellently adapted for cotton raising
Somo has already been grown at Khlva
nud Dokhant, and an extensive system of
Irrigation Is being created to develop
other land for this crop. Now York Sun.
On Independence Day.
A corresjiondoiit writes mo regrettlug that
I was not iu San IVaucisco on Independence
day. I am sorry to havo disappointed him,
but I always go out of town as far ns pos
sible, on that audible anniversary. Tho day
Is known to mo as tho Glorious Uo Forth.
Ban Francisco Examiner.
A T-argo Minority.
Visitor (to wife of rccont candidate) Al
though your husband was dofeated, Mrs
Ilcndrlcks, I supposo hi minority was a
lira. Hendricks Oh, my, yes; I heard
John say that it wa nearly unanimous.
Now York Sun.
WONG CHIN FOO TCL.L3 OF THE
DUSINES9 IN NEW YORK.
Hie Almond I'rril .Journalist Hhnws Haw
Ills Couiilrjinen Aro (lot Up riimnohilly.
Tlio M j stories or tlio "Wlirj" u- Byndl.
cnto Tlio tauiiilrymcit's mw.
Tlio question 1ms froquontly beennskod
by Americans, "Ito theso Chlnnmen wash
clothes In China? How Is It Hint nearly
all who como hero outer tho laundry liusl
nosst Do thoy lovo lit" No, they do not
lovoltnny moio than any other kind of
labor. Thby did not oven know what tho
"Mollrnn nmn's" shirt looked Uko, much
less how to drens ono, boforo they enmo
to Ainorlca. Laundry work lu Chlnii Is
Invariably dono by women, nud when a
man steps Into n woman's occupation ho
loses his social standing.
They bocomo liumdrymon hero nltnpfy
boeauso thero Is no other occupation by
which thoy enn innko mbiuiy ns Bttroly
nnd quickly Tho projttdlco ngnlnst tho
mco hns much to do with It. They nro
lino cooks, noat nnd faithful norvnnts,
find nbovo nil, vory skillful moehnnlcs nt
nny trndo thoy lmvo n mind to try. In
tho western Btnloi, whoro tholr vultio Is
bettor understood, thoy aro usod In as
many different positions as any other
foreigners, nud tho laundry business In
occupied only by thoso who fall to find
NO OTIIf.lt At.TUItNATIVn.
Rut hero In Now York as yot thoro Is
to other nltornntlvo. Many nn nblo
minded iiinn us woll ns nklllful mcchnnto
who enmo to Amorlciv to bottor his condl
iVn inny bo found wielding tho polishing
Iroui In n Now York Chlneso laundry.
It tU;cs from novcnty-flvo dollars to two
heV-J(l dollars to start ono of theso
Chlneso wash housus, nnd tho way moot
os theso Inttudrlos aro started would glvo
v'nlunblo tips ovon to nn Amorlcnn Wall
street deacon. Tho main cixpondlturo lu
iv Chlncu) laundry Is u stovo nnd n trough
for wnshlng, nnd partitions for dry room
uud Bleeping apartment, nud n sign.
As li rulo It requires $100 to opon a
laundry In Nuw York. Rut this nmotiut
z a fortuuo to n nowly arrived Chltm
s.ti, nud unless ho Blurts Immediately
Into tho laundry business, ho would bo
como n burden to roiuo of his friends.
Tho Chlneso immigrant, ttnllko his Euro-
fican compatriots, novor comes horo unless
10 Is Bnfuly surrounded by friends or
relatives upon his arrival. Theso Imme
diately lultlnto him Into tho mysteries of
tho laundry business. Iu somo friendly
laundry tho nowcomcr Is placed under n
bIx months' apprenticeship, beginning nt
tho wash tub, until ho rcnehos tlio Ironing
table, and lastly tho polishing hoard.
Thoso apprentices begin with $!) per week
and board, nnd a gradual addition of $1
pr week after tho first mouths, until thoy
nro nblo to tako charge of a laundry thorn
solves. Then If ho has monoy ho litres n
plnco and hangs out his sign. If not, ho
goes to ono or two friends, nud they will
call a "whoy" or syudlcnto for his bcuoflt
In tha following maimer.
MYBTKIIlia OK TUB "WIIKT."
Supposo I lmvo nn cstnbllshod laundry,
and want to borrow $'400 at a certain per
centum premium, but I cannot find nny
ono Chlnumnu who Is nblo to loan mo tho
amount. I put up a notlco In Mott
street that upon such and such a day I
wish to mako a "whoy" of twenty jnen,
who all aro supposed to bo situated llko
myself, each wanting to borrow $200.
Whon wo twenty borrowors all como to
gothor wo each put down $10. Thou each
ono secretly writes upon a slip of papor
tho amount of interest ho is willing to
glvo to got tho $200. Theso slips aro
cnroiuiiy Bcnicu nna ttirown into a uowi.
At a given tlmo thoy nro opened, and to
tho highest bidder goes tho $200, less tho
Interest, which Is Invariably deducted
Immediately from tho principal.
FrcQuoiitly as high as SI Is offorod for
tho uso of $10 for a bipglo month. In
such casos each of tho nineteen other bor
rowers gives to tho lucky ono only $0
nplcco for tho $10 nplcco which thoy
mako hlm nay uoxt month. Then tho
next hlghest bidder gots tho $200, less
tho Interest ho offered, and bo ou, until
tho cntlro twenty, nt twenty different
times, havo obtained tho uso of this $200;
but tho ono that comes tho last, having
offered tho lenst Interest of them all,
reaps tho harvest of tho "whoy." ThlC
method Is adopted by most Chlneso laun
drymen In Now York and othor larga
cities to open now laundries. It partakcu
of tho gaming flavor which Is captivating
to ovcry truo Celestial.
No Chinaman can transfer his placo of
buslnoss Into tho hands of nnothcr with
out ut least thirty (lavs' notlco In "Clilun
town," on Mott Btrcol, nnd tho buyer Is
not required to pay him moro than half
of tho purchnso monoy until tho legal
thirty days aro past. This Is tho laun
drymen's law, mado four years ago In
this city, to provent a lauudryman from
absconding from his creditors. Upon tho
completion of tho thirty days creditors
and debtors must meet at tho transferred
laundry, and whon all of tho old debts
aro liquidated a clear title of tho laundry
Is given to tho now owner.- Wong Chin
I'oo lu Tho Cosmopolitan.
Tlio Hotel Iteglstor Must Go.
Tlio register at Bomo of tho fashlouablo
hotels will soon bo among tho unused If
not among tho forgotten things. Thero
Is a movement ou foot to abolish It en
tirely, and sooner or later, Uko n good
many othor things, It will havo to go.
Pcoplo aro busier now than they used to
bo, or elso thoy aro lazier. Forniorly hotel
guests registered their names and tho
Slacos from which thoy camo with a good
oal of accuracy nud attention. Now
most of tho public men and generally all
lady travelers dccllno to allow their nnmott
to nppear on tho book at all. Thoy Bimply
glvo their names and places of residence
to tho clerk, who notes tho samo and
sticks tho llttlo card containing tho in
formation In tho oillco rack. Tho real
object of tho register was tonccommodato
tho outsider any way, nnd oven lu this
respect has fullon Into disuse. Tho
strangor comes In looking for a friend
and consults tho book, and nluo times
out of ton If ho docs not find tho uamo on
tho register ho turns nud asks tho clerk If
tho person ho becks is stopping lu tho
house. This Is a fast ago, and tho regis
ter seems to bo lu tho way now ou tho
hotel desk. Now York Graphic.
Atlvtco from Professional.
Speaking in a genoral manner of stago
art, ho Bald: "Ovorcomo your nervousness
as soon as you can, nud get full and casv
control of your movemeuts. Abovo all
things, don t loso control of your volco;
spcalc clearly but not unnaturally loud,
and throw your phrases and sentences as
you would a rack of cards, cleanly and
dollbenitcly. Nover turn your back to
tho audlcnco, and don't bo afraid to lot
them bco your face." Now York World
BALL - PROGRAMS,
AND INVITATIONS ..
With Illumination designs npproprintu for the occasion,
Printed in finest style of the art at
COURIER : OFFICE.
LEAP YEAR RECEPTION CARDS,
Wessel & Dobbins,
New rBurr Block,
Wedding Invitations, Engraved Calling Cards, Box Station
ery, Fine Printing of all K:nds.
Give Us ei Trietl Order.
The Season for Driving
Has opened and we have just received a line line of Turf
Goods and a great variety of
Grey Horse Harness Emporium,
1020 O Street.
O i Seventeenth street car line of Lincoln Street
Railway, lots front' ng on
Now on sale. Inquire at Room 34 Richards Block.
Cor. .1211-, and O Sts
Ladies . Fine : Saddles
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