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UU the Mrt of tkewrter.
Wrtta taaltr m iMA
Me ef ue
srtlealartveaieral la vtrlac sames and c!ates
to have ike letters sad flcsre plain and
Ia polnsr np to bed latB';-5t,
I riant! wjtU Jm care.
Aed wbea I thought I'd lon Ue CigRt
There sTill wjs ose orc stair.
Tir laf. the lisau on:, an -.
Mriiit grferoctly 1 .tubl". nyr tof-
Awl as I linrerd. rabbin? bsrd.
There oik- a soaltul afri.
Uplifted from tii iosc bie-yard.
SsJa I: -I kr.or the i oicc
Trs Torn esclaocd halls t tvc
ni haste ana let tae poor tat is."
On my way to aim it the cat
At the dark kitchen toor.
Ith'niifht, when I h4 rrarhf-d tS alt
That tarre was one talr raorr :
My pfore thj dull Kr did block
My nerroas stem got snoclt
I opened to the dofal crier.
And climbing bac: to bed
Would you believe strotc to set hijaer
Waea I bad reacted the head.
Iadeed, upon the tor-3J0st tair
I stood with ose foot In the air.
Thn I botnouicnt me: "Mr. n.
Won't hue the cat a nights:"
Anfi I dt!c-nJrd pe Illy
To fc-t things bac!i to rights:
And "Now Tin safr"" I .vvsttr thought.
This step's the !" and it was not
i,ttridf all, in Tun'.
JIISTAH EZRA JACKSON.
How Ho Deluded tho Colored
J2rct'-ron of Beach, Ridge.
Uncle Mose. Hosier put the jne of sor
frijuci molasses and the hickory splint bas
ket, with its parcel containing aide meat,
brown sugar and coff. into the wasron.
then aut down uudcr the awnirur to "argify
politics with two or throe udder colored
jremmens and a jto' white man.' while his
wife. Aunt Bettie. finished her trading in
"Kain't you let rae hah dis lawn no loss 'n
five cints 'Peer like it' pow'ful hl?!u
arid I ain't sho it will wash un how.' she
aftL. chewing one corner of it to try the
'Couldn't think or -clling it form cent
les. It's the most stvlish pice we hare in
f ho store, anil you'll never have such an
other chase to get a bargain. If you were
not such a good customer I wouldn'nt think
of letting you have it for !c-. than seven
cent. Why, it cot us mx 1" said the clerk,
Tho gsy.flowcn.il fabric did its own silent
pleadinir In Aunt Itcttie'. heart, and after
Kotnc hesitation, to keep tho clerk from
thinkisg she was too anxious, he ordered
ten yards cut off. Then followed a long
wrangle over the price of a hat. a coarse
white straw, made gorgeoua with rel and
ypllow nii and green ribbon. I'atient
ItT.sistcnee on her part conquered that
tim and the pcrftpiriug and disgusted clerk
came down from one dollar and a h ilf to
one twenty-Arc. Counting out the atnoun'
in dimes and nickels. Aunt Mettle notiAul
Uncic Mics that ho was ready. hr fat
fac: shining with grease. jjrspiration and
liuppiiieaH, the coinbincii results of the bpt
Julv day and her good bargains.
With much puffing and blowinz Aut.t
ISottic climlx-J into U13 wagon, while Uncle
Mows carefully held her pakugcs, then
clambered in beside her, seating himself on
the remaining vacant home made chair. He
Cook the reins, and had just given a pre
paratory "Git up dar, bovs; timswo'a trab
Ijlin'," when a dapjr little darky, dressed
In a rat her seedy broadcloth suit, n gorireous
necktie, and atovc-pipc hat, came walking
up quite briskly, carrying a valise and
flourishing a alcnder walkin-cane. hisshoej
evidently fresh from tho blacking-brush.
Good-evening, aah. Scuse me, but is you
MisLih Mmca Bosley!"
'Hat's me fo a f c' ; hut what raout yo"
business be!" said Uncle Moses, a trifle js
liiciously, somewhat divithsl in his opinion
ulo hethor tho strancer was a gamble,
"I has a lettah of intenluctinn heah from
de Guitonor ob do State my fr'en' Dick I
alius calls him to his face. I tolc him I was
camin down heah, and axed him fur to tell
me obsome good, pious, hones' man wht I
could trua' to tell de squar' troof out en out
cbery time, and hcnaid Mistah Moses Hosley
was de man. fur dough he didn't know you
liuasunally, he had often hcarn obyou for a
(good man an' a gcmblcman. so he writ dis
ettah, which I hopes you will do me do
tionuhob rcadin'. ah."
Uncle Moses took tho letter and eyed it
curiously leforo ho opened it. The truth
tf ho couM not read at all, so he Jiually
refolded the sheet of taper, put it back in
the envelope, and thrust it into his jiocket.
The fcun'a kinder blinded me ter-day. and I
nckon I'll wait till I jits home ter read it,"
tic said, by way of explanation.
"To be sho, nah. the sun do affec' some
leop1e dat away; but cf you'll pom it me,
I'll road it fo' you."
Ko ttie letter was brought forth again, and
was read with such wonderful eaM by the
' stranger that Uncle Moses and Aunt Bettic
wcro rather awed by his sucnoreducation.
The letter was profuse with tho praises
of Mr. Kzra Jackson and assured Mr. Bos
ley that "any retention showed to him
would be a great pussunal fcror to yo'
fr'en', Richard Ozlcsby."
Mr. Jackson then handed the letter back
with such an air of modest seir-conscious-
ness and grace as completely captivated
"Mout I ask what I kin do for rout" said
IJuclc Moses, politely, much Muttered by
the familiar and condesceuJin? tons of the
Governor's letter, and anxious to extend
any courtesies possiblo to the bearer of it.
Cortingly. sati. 'ccrtingly. I wantA to go
out to Beech Rido with you di3 afternoon,
tho'in mo' than willin' of co'se. sah, to pay
you lib'ral fnryo' trouble."
"Tha' ain't no sprinjrs on de wagon, and
siuf.la but a bundlo of oats to sot on. but ef
you'a a mind to put up wif soch rough rid
in', you'a mo dan welcome to go without no
w.v.' raid Moses, cordially.
Mr. Jackson d-rlared that ender no cir
cumstances would he budge a step without
(paying for it.
MTell, dea, if you is don 'tarmined to
nay, a'poae we nake it a quarter," said Un
cle Mosea. reluctantly.
"I couldn't think of iraposin' on you that
way. Ifa waff flfty c-nts. and" I isn't
a-goiag to pay bo less. You see. the cuber
aaeat pays rae two hundred dollaha a month,
and I is ab'e to pay well fo' all 1 gita." Mr.
tfackaoa said, asuaiflorntly.
Uncle Moan and Aunt B?ttie were deeply
laspreaaed with the majmifleence of the
atraarer. It fairly took their breath to
think of two hundred dollars a month, and
ihey were aitent for a moment while the
wagoa atarted oa its way through the hot
ad dusty street.
Auat Battle thought of her daugtter
Alvira. for whoa ahe had bought the dreaa
aa4 hat, aad who was the apple of her eye.
adawUdaaabitioa took possession or her
aaetherly heart. 8he wondered if Mr.
Jacksaa was atarried. hut was too wary to
akthetiaestioB openly. "Isyywif coae
wif yea to Cairo, or is yon done lef her at
Mr. Jackssa laughed lightly. UI hasat
ever foaad any t de fair see dat'a oa
aagled aiy coafectioas yet. Xowef I had
waowed yea hrf e' yea was Mb Bosley. tha's
mm muiv wsatsMat a-aaBTad." tea
Uy; aad Auat Bettie caaie as
re aer caaiplexioa weald aersmiL
1 Uarte Meaea wan flattered hr tahi
it to Ma wife's charms.
Hk, twa is jest a-Jekin' aow. Mr.
Tea aew yea daaaat saeaa it,
as. ssWsaaaa sssssaaa asssa ass ssssace)B', i
rnstt Saaratiea tor taMias4saUa4rirrr,
whkl had oesMiato -view aaseoaaa they
cresisil the leree. aad upon whoso basks
tbs road strctchod eat for asiles.
Cottoa-wood, catalaa aad pscaa-trees,
vmetlmea earered with wild rrape-riaes.
aial sometlaies adorned with scarl;t
triimpet-flowers, grew by tho way-side, and
1st-) berries. Waclc and sweetaad Icdoss.
drocied from their thorny rlacj almaat be
jeatb the wheeb of the warou-
Mr. Jackons praies were voluble, bit
Uncle Moi assured h!a that the thlaz
wcrea nothina oomparetl with the giaat
hickory and beech trees upon his haae
steaJ. "You dsn't say so. Mistah Bosley! I
.vlsn'i ef it wou'da't bea-intrujin too much,
that you "J taie me fo" a bj'dah ! You te.
1 pects to b in dese pirti a wecl; c two
auyhsw, as my busisc ia ixapohtan aad
can't be burriei. I is a pension agent.
a-workin' up de claims ob po culled men
who vra ia de wah, aai has nebber ben
paid yet fo' suff'rin' and dyin fa' dey t)ua
try. Ef my rasnibry is corre, Gutenor
Oglesby tole me you isdisquailfiisi fo a jn
sion. Bnsdlerlios!eyj"saiJ Mr. Jackson in
quiringly. Uucle Moses hesitated for a moment, out
the lore of money was deep in his juL
"V.'elL I kaiu't zctly say as I
wounded, but 'pears lik my rheutsatis
wouldn't V been so baJ fo the lflrey r
ef I badu't a-4lrlv that rnshun wagon in de
army." he a!d. the desire for a pSns on
stronger than his concience.
"ilowlongyou done dr-v that team. Mis; h
Bo!ey! 'said Mr. Jackson, with an ofntial
air. Bekcerful, now! Remember you Ls
jest the same as on yo oaf, and I wants de
whole troof an 1 nuftin bat d- troof, 'ca I
is one ob de gubrnment officers, and has
loos ray oaf to do my duty."
Uncle Mose was a littla frightened at
this vj'cuin assertion, and aiswered. truth
fully: "WV11. you see. I wan't really nejr
a soldier at al'. but I was j-st hired to drive
.1 lvajon from Villa Kidie to Cairo, when
CoL Wallace uasderewjth histhree-month
m -n; but it war a axvful rainy day, and I
tuk cold that vttle.1 ia all my bone, and I
det nearly coughed my inard out "
"Ob co'se. dea de g:ibermnt owe you a
pension, Mistah Bosly. and 1 is glad I is heah
to see dat you gits .t. But IWo' we go,
any furder with di business, let me com
straight tr le p'int, and ax you ef you won't
b'ad mi. I is able to pay well, anil sinci
r-ie got "iunintsl with you and Mis Bosley,
'ears like 1 couldn't feel sitiile.l biardm
nowhars. e!st-." Uncle Moses lookel at lus
wife, and waited until she travo a little
afllnuatire nod before he answered : "Ve
det fo' folks Mr. Jackson, and has po'
livin', but ef you kin put up with our grub,
we'll take you."
"1 is ever much o bleeped to vou, I'm
.sho. Mr. Hosier, hutdereis onething I done
forgot to ax about. Does you hold fambly
wi:shup reglar, and dos you s.ir grace at
de tabic? 'Cast I couldn't bj satisfied letw'n
Mo.es assured him that those religious
services were never otn.tted, and inwardly
set Mr. Jackson still higher in his estfiua
tiou. "I b'leeves in l;in' strict in business mat
ters so what mout y' c'larges be, Mr.
Bosley 1" was the next inquiry.
Tne two old people considered together in
an undertone for a moment, both deciding
that since tho ugent v,is sj wealthy, they
might as well chirge u large pri".
"We thinks abiut for dolli'.is a week
would kivr expeisfs," said .Moses.
Again Mr. Jackson's generous spirit re
volted against the .mulliie-H of the amount.
"I couldn't allow you to rob yo'-elve.s dat
myself. 1 only axed j u fo' fear it mout be
mo' dan two dollahs a day," he said.
Visions of more'livecent lawns and a new
hat for her-elf began to dance in Aunt
Beltie's brain as she listened, and Uncle
Moses thought of "dem shoats he done been
wantin' to buy for aeon a long time from
Brudder Jake Bowlegs," and whoso posses
.ion now seemed almost a certainty with
both pension and board money.
Then Mr. Jackson entered into elaborate
explanations of his plans of procedure in
the ension-work.:ir.d engaged Uncle Mojes,
at a sa'ary of two dollars a day, to go around
the neighborhood and introduce him. dis
playing at the same time a voluminous
array of documents bearing so many red
seals and gilt Mg!es on their surfaces that
Uncle Moses was dce;ly impressed with Mr.
Meantime Aunt Bettie was fussing ami
worrying inward! v: she was so afraid
Alviry would not le "fixed up" when they
gut home, and cudgeling hor brain for a
plan to aroid having her daughter npear at
a disadvantage before this fascinating
stranger. Koaho muttered a few words in
her husband's ear, and a.-eordinuly when
they reached their corn field, through which
there was a short cut home, sh; declared
she was too tired to ri le another minute
longer, and climbed out of the wagon, de
clining the compiny of the gallant pension
agent as politely as it was offered.
Aunt Bettie came as near running then as
her superabundance of tish would allow,
and reached the cabin very warm and al
"Alriry! you Alviry! whar is you I" she
called, excite Uy, the moment she got in
hearing distance of the house.
"Halloa, mammy! hen I is." said a lank,
lean girl of about .seventeen years, with big
bare fest and straight binv legs that were
but sparsely covered with her scanty blue
cotton dress. "Land sakes. mammy ! what's
the matter! You look all beat out and
Where's pappy ! Hid them horses run away
and kilt you both!" the girl said excitedly
'No, no. ltun, chile, run. and put on yo"
white dress and yo shoes and stockings!
Dar a gran' rich man comin' home with
yo pappy in the wagon. What Am you been
doin' to yo'self to look so onery i"
'Don't look no wuss than usual, I reck
on," said the girl, sullenly. "1'a been a-dig-Kin'
taters. as pappy to)d me: and you
know you'd a scolded me if I'd a-ilxed up to
go into tho tater patch."
"Well, never mtn. honey, dest run and
dress as quick as crer you can. There
comos the wagon up the lane now," said the
mother, in honeyed accents, anxious to hare
Alviry good-humored upon Mr. Jackson's
The young lady walked away slowly, crl.
dently much more anxious about the ap
pearance of the grand gentleman than her
owu: and it was only by dint of threats and
persuasions that her mother finally hustled
her up the Udder into the loft used as her
bedroom before Mr. Jackson's elegant figure
appeared at the doorway, and his fluent
tongue was expressing hopes that Sister
Bosley was not fatigued after her long walk
through the "cawn field."
Being a devout church-member could not
prevent Mrs. Bosley from occasionally
doiajr a ;:ttle mild lying, so she said : "No.
indeed; she always referred comin' through
the cawn field, it was so much more coolin
aad resUn'," the perspiration pouring in
streams down her face as she talked. Then
she went to the well, drew a bucket of cool
water, aad carried a gourd full to hor guest,
who was comfortably seated ia the ealy
rocking-chair oa the parch. All at once,
with we', feigned aaziety. she began won
deriac where her dauchter could be.
AlriiT. Al-ri-ree! I spects the chile is
asleep In her bedroom," she said, goistr to
the foot of the Udder aad calling affala,
whercapon a pair of legs in bright red stock
lags appeared oa the flrst round, aad Alriry
haoaed slewlr dewa the Udder, aaxieasly
raerdiac her stilly starched white dress
from daager of beis rampied.
Mrs. Bealey looked at her aaareilagly
ore ceqaaltiea tie and astrkaraf lew
caiek featsssrs ewt at her hair.
Thamaa isrtrasmemea feUewed. hi which
AlTkyfssH Ysjrybeeafal ami awkward. h
aadssef bar mte liiiaj listhsa, ami Mr.
7 . ,, u . "-..-. ""- "' a.sure' her were awaiting heras his wife,
twodolluhs a dav for bo id, and I .s not ...,..,., .. , ,.,
gr.in to be dishones' enough to pay ;ou Aunt Bettie fairly overllavvJ with pri.h
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k m nlin.it Vlt. . l"v.s.av. tArf.e nllAlf.ii tftM 1
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ad fiatteriaz words, Alriry felt as la-
Haataaeo-js aatlpatbr for fciai, expreasiag
her dislike La lausuare oaor forcible than
elegant to her mother In a private iaicrview
"You nebbcrdid hab ao sense, Alriry Bos
ley! You doesn't know a gecamea when
yoa se?s him," her mother said, in Jig
nastly "I specU yo' head a.ra -y full ob
datensry nigger. Ciem Shores, dat ywrs Is
plumb blia and df to ebery body else- I
kin tell yau ngbi caw. dough. 1,-aL dat cf
dat are cooa comiis plaria' d? baaj and
smgia' arouaJ h;re ob cbaln likj a
vqamchwl whiL; Mr. Jackoa is here,
I'll get yj' pappy to run bin off. bo aa tay
name is Bettis Boscy."
-Idcn't kecrif you is doa- toojj up wif
dis tine darky; be dust puts me in de mia'
ob a o,e slippery b.ack-saalie," Alvry re
ec here. noV gaU I Isn't gwiuo to take
noneob yo sass. j-htl!y after do fine
dreisaadhatl done buyol you tolay. I
ain't so shj' I'll le: jou hab dcrn nohow,
thout'a you b-have ye'self like a lady, aad
Stta to wear dem."
Thb dreadful threat had the desired effect,
for Alviry's whoLs s-ul ta.1 roToUed in an
ecstacy of p-iJe and delight as she gazad on
that Aow red lawn, or look J ia the Vu br
twelve mirror, where she saw rcflecteJ Uer
own head with iu little wisps of wool
braided up on white twins strings, aad sur
motzztd by the gorgeous bat bedecked with
Ia her wildest dreams she had esrer as
pired to su-h linery, aid the bare thought
of giving it up ent an incisiTe tang
through her heart, so she made no more
critical or disparaging remarks about Mr
Auat Bettic held a consultation with her
h sband out at the corn-crib a little later.
"I doa'tkaow what done got in dat fool
gal's head dat she's so sot agin sH:h a An.
'I:giou gemmen as Mr. Jackon," she .iid
anxiously. "(Jne ting certain I ha made
u;t my mia she's got to marry him ef he
wants her, so you kin Jest lot dat Clem
Shores know dat his room am better dan hi
company ne.t time he comes aroin'. An",
ole mn. we's got to hab a pullet j supper,
and sjtne ob dem roas'en-y ears, and you'll
hab to git dem. 'case Alviry kaia't,'thout'n
spil!n' her clo'es."
Accordingly Uncle Moses meekly obeyed
orders, not forgetting to send poor Clem
Snores off "wif a 11 a in his year" that
uight, as Aunt Bettie baJ instructed him.
A week, two wrel:. Trent swift! v by, and
the pension b.isiness flourishefk Mr. Jack
son'.s glib tongue convincing n.arlv crery
colored mau he ait th-tt he was emitted to u
big j:isIoii. no effort on their part being re
quired t'x ' 'ptitig to pay him for getting tt.e
neorssary pajwrs made out and seat to Wash'
iugtou. In this way quite an amount of
money, varying in sums frra two to ten dol
Iiirs. toun 1 its way into M r. Jakson"s pockets,
even Uncle Moses contributing two doll rn
Mr. Jackson, assured him however, that
this would not have been necessary, us he
ould have ulloweJ it to go on his board
bill, had he not forgotten to draw any money
from the bank while in Cairo.
Meanwhi'e ho iaid court to Alriry in th
most lover-like fashion, and though lh
girl cordially hated him in her heart, fear
f losing her linery. an 1 drea I of tho un
merciful ciw'nding she wa sure to get
from hr mammy if s'ie betrayed thisfc'l
iru, made her at Icastpasalve in her altitude
to; rd her suitor.
U len. therefore, he asked her to marry
him ,ne evening, sue dared not refuse,
though she crioJ all nislit afterward, think
ing of i.'leni Shores whom she could not
forget, in spite of tho riches Mr. Jackson
in-law of the wealthy iiision agent, anil
preparations were at once begun for the
The lawn dress was fitted and made, invi
tations were v.ut out all orer tho neighbor
hood chickens were krllel. aad a big ot
nie" made; a sheep was barb-;cu-d. and a
oung pig roasted, and its mouth decorated
A'ith a big red apple. The siap-kuttle was
'leaned out, and filled with roastlng-ear?, to
lie boiled for the occasion, and mashed mta.
oes complcteii the nure substintial part of
'.tie feast. Then there were apple-pies and
'watermillions." the crowning delicacy b
Trig a big "sweet-cako," u h as "ol mis'
Used to lnv.1 m ulo down Sjuf when sho giv'
a grau' party."
A long table, improvised of boards placed
upon empt b irrels, was stretched out in the
yard and on this the sumptuous repast was
laid. When alt was in readiness the guests
assembled under the big bjech tree by th
door, and the interesting iir stood on the
Mrch in full view of the crowil, ready to bo
Alviry's eyes were red from crying, but
she gave no other sign of discontent, while
Mr. Jackson was that contradictory thing, a
sunbeam in black.
I lev. Kicks Brailcy was to perform the
marriage ceremony, but Just as he stepped
up in front of the waiting couple a gentle
man rode up to the gaU, and dismounting,
walked rapidly toward1 tho porch. Mr.
Jackon glanced at him, gave a gasp of ter
ror, and, with his face suddenly jrrown
ashy in hu. "staid not ujion the or ier of
bis going." but snatching up his hat, tied
through the cibin out inn the corn field,
where he was lost sight of in a moment.
"Halloa! what's thit rascally darky doing
away out hrer inquired tha gentleman,
dimly comprehending the situation.
Mutual explanations followed, in which it
came to light that the gentleman was from
Chicago, t hit hchal come to Beech Kidze
to buy several iirr-Joads of watermelons, and
that Mr. Jackson, the pension agent, was a
fraud, a sneak-thief, and a gambler, who
bail ecan-J from j.til there a month or two
before, ami that ho had a wife and two or
three child ren.
Aunt Bettic put her apron to hjr ores unJ
began to cry. "De giml-for-nuftla noun!
Here I's boen persecutin my jio chile on
his account, an" now he's done lit out and
ler her. 'Side, there's all dem fine pullets
killed that would 'a b-:i layln in de fall,
and de aigs done et up dat I was 'tendin to
buy aprons wif bjfo' dat black rascal come.
And whar's dat penshum-moaey. I'd like
ter know, and de two dollars de ! man
loaned him. and de boVd-money we was
gwino to gitt" Hen? Aunt Bettie sobbe-l
hysterically thensu Idealy burst out again:
And here's de wedding garments mad?,
and de parson here, aud de supp-ram read ,
but whar am de bridegr oo ! We 11 hare to
sea out inter de highway, an de br-way.
to fin' hlm.de good for-nuffin black nigger!"
she walled, haring a raruc notion that she
was quoting Scripture,
"As to that thar's no trouble 'bout a bride
groom. Mis' Boley. here, and I's wlllln
if Alviry la." said Clem Hhores, stepping ap
beside bis dusky sweetheart.
Alviry grinned and hung her head: but It
was not hard to tell that the exchange was
delightful, eren if she had not said: "I's
mo'a willin", Clem. I aebber could help a
'spisla dat ole black snake, ehea if mammy
did make me git ready to marry him."
Clem had always been a favorite of Aant
Settle's before the wily p-nsioa ageat filled
her brain with worldly ambition; so this
arrangement was quite satisfactory, aad
she wiped her eyes, congratulating herself
that "dat snake In de grass hada't toted off
Alviry's new hat aor nappy's atlrer watch
Some one volunteered to go to Cake far a
marriage license, aad as a train was dee ia
a few miaatea, aad aaotber see weald re
turn a short while afterward, hat liuie de
lay weald ha accessary.
So the saaacr was pat where it weald
keep warm, aad Uacle Meses west eat to
bis malea patch aad drove a coed hartals
withtaeCthicac mesoa leak-, arala Cftma
aad Alriry east adssiriarr gtsecas at smch
hmi tfsemiiiiajir rmmnmt with the
Miatonrala ea m
tMkssi tasks aS IstAswtiralsi m aho taJfeiSL mA
ssnsa swsss iJBsssrvass sm sssv sasssv ansa
as, aaaas assarrs asanat ea new ssBeeejsmv TsTsaa
ssssTsast Casaa asntS AaiBas sas Tsssa.
that was rery flaUerlat to Aast Bettie'
ccokia; the weet-c.'tcT was dily cut,
and naaay of tho young folks carriaU hoae
pieces to dream oa. while tho oil b-b
U'lgiaesl aisd joiei ea.h ot&er oTcr the eay
aiansr in which thy had been da;ci by
Whea that grntlesiaa was Jm come up
wif." shortly afterward, aad brought lot
to Cairo ft-r tri!, rec-r;riar a sateew ef
three years la tlw peaitentrary. thorc
macn good-natared chaSag aatoag the
Beech Itvlre m a whea-rer a p'nuoa ngEt
wa aatoncl. but the only ones who
really enjoy-J it al were CVro aii Alriry
'.;ru J. Hi', -htn.i, it lUktyfr' t sor.
l.Sntf Klin Tin Ik. llmfid T. In- lie
m -- - .,.. , . g ....-., f
The Chinese are pre-eminen'ly eco- "r"!-:3W cat Jo a .hop and tcid . naUd Tar ltvm MU tu 30 d
nonucii. whether it bo is limiting the U' w-' "'J!a,-' dru- Hi-redil. A. ho ajj th rs-art-. of life r u 1 hd
number of wants, in" preventing j 'Vcr he 'T,',i n"'1-.v "" VUmt sl xito orr j.t rt-, Tho vory
waste, or ia :idjt:.tin forces in j I,urvlia'-'. tl -hopSe-jH-r refund to , mulo- uf- klca we at is tasraJ. U
such a manner as :o nitk a hujc ' let him have any thlag wiihot pay- J lh Wp,ui, f hkUlmrr
ropre-cnl a great deal. The unl- 13':it- II thoro.Vre Kvne very vt- . a uA f 2. i4d. ro htrwd t
rersHl diet consists of He. b.-at-. mil K"nU ,on whlch ih0 -""iiwr l j the rate of td. a dr. aad jl frwaa Utl.
let, surJen vegetable and fish, with a to npaJn f Oh'aag-haa. , miim .j,,, mi,ttv,r. tf ho W Jorts.
little ment on high fetirals. Whole- wh, "al for hlm wyrtwaadtMl him j Alo. wtU ta a o-.l l Th-r-mo
fowl ia abundance mar be au-' aad ll,4pn K'; htm v -Noit dav lht t r teU tar- J. pbmUM h.r
plied at less than a ixnnv a dar for ' -.vi'T ctm ngata to ., that tha ; U-x-P for the ar-t !lw sUjfs. rd a
each adult, and even hi famine "time
thousands of p?r-ons have boon Wtpt
alive for months on alout a halfjxroay
a dar ea h. This impl:- tho cxistumv
of a high dojirci of c-jliiiarr -.kill in the
rhirie.-o. Their inuJcsuf preparing fiod
are thorough and varioit-. Then if no
waste; every tiling i-. made to do a.
much duty a poosib'c hat i- left
i- tho veriest trill' 'Hi pin -teal cn
ditlon of tho h:ii,. dog or cat. who
has to live on th l.jirinjj f th
family, show- thi-.; they ar- clcsirly
kept on .starvation allow ain-e-. Th:
are not xtrernelv fastidious
: .....i .,. 1. it : .1 t .1 .
in regard to food; all is tish that onni"
to th"ir not, and most thin;;, come J
there sooner or later
l th.. ..Mt,
tho horse, tho mule. th. donk
aro in universal us, and in
some district, tho camel also does
duty. It must be
m .,e,t,,j,il t)t,t
tho prariiou i to out all of tl.
, ., . , ..
;i!ii;;iai.s as .s;un asinoy expire, wuewier
fi, etlf,. ,kf i1i if 1 u ii:il,. tktfl in.,.
...V w.. .X '. ....... .- ... . ... ...... " ..W,
r dt-soRsc. ihi- t-s uon as a mat:r i
,f iMirsu lmi1 til, ftte? th.r fbi. -inM-vi '
has died of an otudetnic mtiladv does
iifit t,tf.r Stw ,,l t ivfi t . i1.,.V I ri'i Irtf, I .- t '
t tin disturbance) of tho human orjraril- t
zatioii. duo to itlng" disea.sd me.it.
are well recognized atnoni; the people:
but it is coiistdoivd better to cat the
moat, the cheapness of which is cer
tain, and run tho risk of tho cutisc
quences, which are not quite certain,
than to buy dear m-at oven with tho
titsitrnnco of no evil results. Indeed
tho meat of animals which have died
of ordinary ailrmnts is r.it'sor diari i
1, flii. i.f tl,i.. ,,-!, i,.Y ti ,--,. ,11. tit t,t
au 'piiIomic suca a pl'.iro-pniu:nonia.
, '. . , , , , ,
A ii ,1 liie ,kV?iTTii!. ttl e:irifiil eiii.ii.,
' ..'. . .- ...
titi"; economy is tho construction of tin
CtHjkinv; puts and builers. th bottom,
of which aro h-j thin :is pos.siblo that
th contents may b il all th s uer.
for fuel Is carv and dear, and con.sista
jnially of nuthin but tho st-n:ks
and rvt- of the crops. ahich mike n
rapid blaz anil disaptiear. The busi
ness of e-atheriiij; fuel in cottimittl t(i
children, for ou who can do itolhin1
else can at least pik up straws anl
leaves and woods. In .ititomn and
wint r a vast army of fuol gatherers
spread over tho land. Hoys as
cend tro s and beat them with
clubs to shako o'T the loaves; tho very
straws get no tim- to show which way
thu wind blow- bofotvthoy ananiiexel
by some enterprising" collector. Simi
larly professional m mure o illootor
swar:n ovrall tlioro uNof the country,
t'hinco womri carry this minut-M-con-omy
into their dress; nothing como
amiss to thorn: if it is nr.t used in on
pine it is in another whro it appeara
a thin-; f beauty. Foreign rc.,iint
who jive their oast-olf clothes away to ! wheal was p!nnntly struck b tho
Chinese may be assured that the career j jxdito attention of tho landlord of a
of usefulness of the." garments is at ' small public hoii- clos. by. win h.'id
last about to commence. Chines whI- j placed a chair and bibb at m disposal
b-irrow. (quia!t fr tho waut of a lew , for a temporary pulpit, I ntnarkl
drops of oil; but ti people ir'io have no on it to one of my hearer. "Why.
nerves ihi stjn'ak l chiapr than th ' you -xo." -.iid he. 'h re.kor on
oil. Similarly, dirt is cheaper than hot sum of Vm dnpjlng in for a gbt
water, and so. ius a rulo. the peopled) , wh!! you'i. done." A ts;ir.it vas
not wash; tho motto "Cheaper than trying tomak a religiou- smus of his
dirt."' whi'h thi soap-rioaler puts in 1 tb.:k. and a-skd a wurLing man what
hLs window, could not be mndo inl- religion h was. "Why. ynt may put
ligiblo to the Chinese. To them! rue down as th religion of a wheel
tho avenu'o foreigner. aro mr barrow; I go whichever way they
soap-wasters. -se.ir,lv any
h- got ready maJe; It is
choiper to buy the part and put them
together for yourself, and as almost
every body tike this view ready-mad
tool are not to bj got. Two room aro
dimly lightd with a single Jamji '
deftly plactl in n hole in tho dividing '
wall. Chine---, in fact. setn V 1
cssjHiblo of Ioiug almost any thing by
moans of almost nothing. Thoy will
giveyirt an iron foundry on a minute
souleof comi!oteii..s in a back yard.
and will make in nn hour a cxiking ;
range, of stnng and prfct draff, out
of a pile of mud bricks, la-sting indefln-
itoly. openttui;: pirff-cth. ani costing!
nothing. Tho old woman who in her J
lat moments hobbled a nrr as pos
sible to tho family graveyard In order
to die so a to avoid the expns3of
coffin b;arcr for so long n ilbtanc.
wa a characUiristic Chinese. -VorfA
A New Oisinfectsnt.
A new and powerful disinfectant has
lately been dlacovered br a Parisian
chemist, and if what he claims for It
be true, it will b adoptsi for every
conceiraoie purpose tor wnicn aiauv
fectanU are generally used. The ba-is ,
of the preparatioQ has been obtained
from coat oil anu is a orua iiquiu 01
not very duasgreeable odor. It L the
result of a peculiar aapoaiflcatloa of
the oil by a chemical process with a
mixture of caustic soda. The value of
the dbinfoctant was accidentally dis
covered by the author, who, desiring
to save a pet tree around which a lot
of fuajra aad taoas had grown, sprin
kled some of the mixture around the
roots. Br repeated use the xcteseaw
was shortly afterward soticed to ?-rslefisDmthetreaadfaUtoTJ-tcroBL
Horse were also spoafed with a weak
aoltitWra of tke mixtare aad it was
sMCkssd tha lisM which (eaerally -sertsseulaaisrrv'tasawislebirtk.
.V. r. Jesi
It ias swawas'hssrd thlacer
i ii uwtar ail -Ilia kidstwasaa
JUSTICE IN CHINA.
Isasarllal WTjTl" WsUrfc rtettssl
J4,'(M Mt nl rnl.itit.
A x-i -- (bcndilrvry o'Sccr)
naia! Ch'iuj" tin. a Maach't Jj'ob;
las? 'o the lijrd red Hit- Uaanrr. a
onlercd two yjr ao to like his
juartor. at n st statioc exiled Su-sra.
yen. for th j x-o tf jmt-m4Uar tho
otiatrj- Hjciin-t nbh-?r. At the son;
time rviii rir giren u hua
o kes?p a wru-h upon the .oWlr f j had for a Sv-MMid tvote d a rxiit
:he statioa. who wrt rfportfsl to U tn j A tbjcvni;httrrl for ?Jr. wlw s
tho luiblt of ojrv-i the iwHjlr In .-riajt nn l- htrrd fc
it- nchrhWrho d. .. d;ir when th I aKih ,-ad his ratittfnv. h4 vim t
oSletsr In caait;. vt the !.ttlo w j A hor t d a dt la mvhI
Kiria. s mW'4t n.isid an
'-. ". " Hi-r n.uwsi .-
yWl"r ld '"'vn" hiuii to "T .l"V
Knoci ocr ti runt.r ami uuat-
ened to kill tho complainant aad id I his
family The odkvr ajain cahJ ap
he -oldier. ho lHhKel in a rr rw-
fmctory ami tn-ubordinnt. tnana-r in
ojurt. lie therefore onleresl htat U
re.xivy a rfoggin. if tv-enty bUms.
which wore tntlc;s:i rlth auhipou
the Uio'i. of his lej
As svn a. h was rvii-.j.l. the man
went loth- kitchen of th tol-sjiik.
w hen ho remained for tH-lt dajs. at
th oad of hioii ho dted from the injary
1 he had ree.'i'.ed. A oompUtiHt k
iAig"i in his irinr, ai a n-mitigii
. i.. 1 1... .i . . 1 . .w
. 1:1 ju;ry u. niatit 1,1111 air cn. uy
t """' "i""- "'. s-j- " - r"-
ihis bv lh Meinoralits. Th Mt'im
i alist tlniLs that the (81r'r t'h'nng-shin
wtsl quit. rightly in t-ikiag m;i
of th Mhli.r'.s tnlniehiivior. :nru
1 t-.neo.niir :.s lit uau ihcii inriu-mKriv
irei to v l-eu h matters. Also.
.-oldler's condus't. towanls thd
I , .
' -. rii.tsL-iAs l.x-. ) i ea. irf laTts .-
iituirM --imts aiiii in .siir, vivs .uirn as
4;rx.. ix i sss , .-. .
to mrit a Unjrtftn'C. the pii:iishinut
! wa.s in:licts.l on a prr purl tf his
ami th uuuiWr ' blw win
modcnito. Xevcrth! th Memoc-ali-t
condotniis the t:lcr t roootrt-j
one huuiirtsJ bio as under a -ialut.
xrhich awards thnl penalty for ttosije;
a maa' deatii by llo;e;iii; hlm laiprop
erly. A- the oflonder la this civ- lr a com.
missioned olllcor. lii disiis,n! from
the ?orvio will take tho place of
corporal punlsh:naul. lie sftl n'ni
ls" hi.s hcrodibtry jKxt. to which
another mmbir of hU fnmtty i- ap-
iMmitcd to ocs4il. In accordancvi
i .... . . . ,
1 iih a lurth r eia'in of th law h-h t
I quotd th man bv whs.' hand the
fatal tlogglii; hkk actimllv inllii't.Hl
li.is l)..ti eondernn! t. rvcelve ninety
blow . that li:ng a pnlt one degreo
lighter than the -eatene of hi .uim.
rior under vshos. orders h nctd. A
ho i- a Manchu. tn tU'gglng """-.I bo
glvn vsth tho whip iristsail of Uio
bambini. 1'iLin ti'izrtU.
SENSE OF HUMOR.
II Is Trll le.rliiif.l ,tnin 111, latl-r.
of i rhalurr.
Dr. Hook jM-ss.-d a gift without
which he could never have git on in
Yorkshire, and that was a -imi-o of
humor. Sydney s.nith aid that It
n-"dd surgical opratliin to get a
joke into a .Scotchman's head an
opinion in which no on who has rend
Demi lti:ns,iy- Kcinliilsneesif Sii
tish Life and ( "hanu-ter ' can jM-Udy
agr'. and there I- Miuielhiiiir akt.i In
th grin. ialdiniiiri and V.st Riding
humor. I was preaching o id .i
cour- d wnaons in tho ojen air in ..
iHMi-'hurch-g'dng part of a tow u rsirUh.
rn" r- e . whichever way suitod
his inUTest. Another man. with a
grin on hi face. boatsi of nl regular
.ittnlnni- at church, his Htinradm
burst oat laughing the bdbiw liaI ut
loft pn-a, whro ntUnilaiK at public
wor-hip was. of rour. omj-il')ry.
Hut Vorkshireracn men aro civil af:r
a fahson. tln day I paid a x iit U a
hand-loom wnvr bu tbrwig h.s
.shuttle, while lu loom creaked oad
groaoed tliat I could not get a tocl
in. iv I ajksl him If he mrnnl a
jvetiny in rfve mluut. "o. he --xid.
how sho'iM P I bu'l down
r.nni. Now." I ald. -let u talk
for live mlnut. The cvxo topTl.
h,kod at th cb--k "Hve iomuts u
Un." he -aid at lh- end of th. tiro-.
but tako lark your p-nny: joor talk
ha lrsjri worth more th:o tb" lra
(money ) V:mj m:r l-: in aala If
o4jreaHjlnd."" 7'.srfr ll'ir.
GRAFTS ON WOUNDS.
Ast !. e.i. rreaelr lss4 hf
Ir. !S-dard ha comrauniratd to the
Academic de Medicine of i'aris ome
oocrratioa regardinyaBlmal grafts oa
wounds In human being. In cae of
svere burn of the ".lp. of eight
raofltby ending, ia a child of two
rn f. . ,lai a rad
ccatrixAlion hj mtat gft. iro.
foL He Srx tried grafu of frogs
j kin. but as the- pror-d to be repl-
jkire to patient., aad did col gire rery
good r!-ult. he abtlt td others
from the fowl, aad the wound. whS
measured thre baches by two aad a
half, had completely healed la le-o
soath. He had ba eqaalir
Jul ia oth-r aad abss-qo-! c.-a. Ha
takes the skia frocs braatj. the wlg
of a ehickm- carrfally mriiir tfc
adjarsrat cellaL-r tL-ts. but artddls;
asHpoae tiasuot. Th tra4aatsl
aiecKs Tarted from a sixth to a third of
aa lack la size, aad tarjr were saaia
tsdaest ia posltiosi by ami ef m, Uula
catters-wasi aad lodoferm c-sae. Tms
mia f birds aad fewm
ef asia wvattsx diicas-.
; it sBfaaB imwlf rwadily to
TftAVEUNQ Mi WHS1A.
A rmtrr vrwr rw rr "
tr.t rs f.
ptjrtaa jra4i-A counio" iro
nxi:ecr t jo4bJ px; W- a d. y.
hcrr jjisat cts Id. a poaal. aad
broad quarter a asuoh la rllarr
Ue; whs.v a fottj saay W rrhA.'l
for 5d . a jrtn4ife w ild diw Jr
$1.: wHrrea srticsrt: jwor s !
, t th dtw a Jfoivw Wo-eo asv ta
haJIui y wl11 KMlwU t,f
, .tra j. all thut lk instlfw lu gt
j during ii. uthar tidayV ymrucy. -d
' .j, NV. . tsmU wjij raarvn tltr
j !o - mtU., and g morrU atwsnr lr
I their -:sid kwul. fr tlo rnt ia-6.
-,mu ms tot tK-h Ires tisAa A u
pounds, wait tb Isrs-ui HhI t -cblosu
j !. Uuta ;'--. aud Umt . ill .U4Uy
I ran tn mils tboir jwirs at -i-Atfs- af
fjtf imiIm. r. WikU .-ktfiM. If. O. mmrnt -si
mountttht p. . rm. as-. m4
the Kamsro.ts oot'.rt.43pM lanildrate.!
to r,stM-si trnvai. Ph. ntvck-stutdia fc
a vorv Imimrtoat prt vt .- aswl'
ti:iti)enl. "4s hwft bs t ,niry
COIiiIhhI. th lacfc!'- nvrrer sstsv
htm by d c sight, it .upfsjr'U tao
load mhI h"-- . a. ci-lias. Urn.
however .v-r tho sja,!r naa
lt. the biirdv rfT'bia asalt. jrsH
no n'.lttr. til csur-t. Uttf pnclc -xutdia
Is of th tit-.t s4.bi eMtjMr.trUs ,
tt higli ssuk Uwr at Issn.t Is lasehssi
ab- o th llhtfr. at ths- rvalaaixi. ami
Uio padding I Hhrs- iaeru. theui tx
nchs thls-k. 'l"ht pnddlag t
jhs.h! of sut israu. and tkso Hial.ilsi-sr
i. nrirustaMSMd. br maawe il a (kiiskianr
neodl thrus through lbs liaiag of ths
patl, to ehift Uiitttfitng la mm a -y
as to riMaoT.i tl.. 4-asur.' frssm aajr
irt U the ftAitaul'a hssck wbWsh ajr
Ikhsjhb tossder. f etttir, a asul Ub
a batl arv brui. b uidts-t and hjM U bst
ti:rnol out to gra--. and. .trfjr t
My. I hi High Utore ars nioaj isiti4-ts
if mules and jvMi Mstl b-snata mt
bunion In l'rsl -for. U it rnnpm
isrd. tbor- Hre as midway;., a ntsr.
no canals, ami unit cm rs4. tsx.t
from KnviH to tiie cnu4t; '.4-pi a
feu that ha v. ( mnste los the s
p.roiiiil i-oarc-utsstHSS- Ul! n
with a ssMt back ks
sight. Thi- sUy n gnmt demJ for Ut
car, hit'dllgwtscss and -kiii of Vhs I'er
ian tuiilcttarr ih4 ll'onlu
ATTENTION TO DETAILS.
) lllti.t r.tl.. ..r 1 1. I !,.. t
l.llllx I lil..
Tho entire untrs ia oimH.sl i
lltllo things. All MlMtna'. i.il Hial
tcr. in whatever birtn r rotiU'tlosi. ).
un aggregation sf tom ir nio4-Mbs.
Abssitut Mr(Mlioi i i-ars-1 .ott.tlio.s
b!r. a a deJft tn a sagli utisu t
likol to nt.mt tbo w hotst csirahsftnUon.
A bridge is no r-troisg.u than lh
vtr-nkovt jKdut- A mrwhlns or imp
rnnt uiny l r o jsrfoct. with u
single xci'ptbHi. and IIiaI sttrwpUoa
tuny pn. "lit the u of all tin lniH,
iloiv o.ta do lad It the -. tbnt
th iiogluot of e.ie HtUo iwiWsnt. h-s i
tiirnsl Uih tld' toward tailunt v.bu '
.iirm. Kit in lght. j
l ... ..li.. . .. ... .!
l Itlf Uf,V..l 7 " .-r J..'VII-.? ,-
sorin-d in -uns iuil prtuaipol. that
thV neglect dtftail. litUn lft afo
ovroikol. ari who. dejr.uHjt.Djv. J.
plnrod on Ui ". th.y fntl. aad tb-
"Wtoi s al-
ahoitf work o..id.Mi,ooJ rss cm.
'I1""' ' ""v --"" -' -,-.
kasui S u,an ia V1T ilsori -. S h.jaa .!- I
thu worsiag oJ a na raacriire-
diapoiutui"st "lnij.lf Le.v
iinnufru'turor had ngois5tsd Ut ssmmI
a single Indt. and b- ui tin and d
nppsdntmont to Um ar.y allng tho
utuudiiHc wa tho r-Hlt- An artre
for houhdd u", bit litUo Jtabb tv
get out of order, but nlrrg a ronaJt
h rcnuiK cs-rtaiu pArt wsta It !
r-ikZa't n neeity. w t tbroaoit t
cau th arotscA if ti.ilit- la this
di.) o.ry i.trt
k ar.rfail mir
aiMi uui, aM tn s4 i;ii'ni. rUi ,,
rerlreI a wiah f .jxtai form to
f ! a . .1 . .. . . t - M . .. S .. -m.
;ulit isrUih pruts ia ra- f faliur'
ti Bone prw'ri)'. AHlMrtjn ju-U-
do tms an -j-r.It ,. lb .rMh
wa a comrn-M, .tlta Sr.
.aw. L,rI a.vl unftaUll -xpt
.'or vri i-rirtis ?pu sriic ab-ca
It wn cxt! u, hkl- lu lmp-rfrMn,.
It dd Ut, b-n rxi u u - i -
inn hiwl it Sttd. a it had tu t ji.
cial strength, bijt It ws dimMj Ir.
fokicg to Srvl tlat. whit U wa r.
tial v iIms jrojsr siorklng of lb arti
cle, and iitnctio' vtf aad ahert.lt
was n be uvi tlfirlcr UMfL&ln rtnwii
-, - ---
j :acr anr7Tn-aa-a ii, u va pr
f'-ctty u-'t-ss r- vfvi m-srg?pj oo
currd. A pcrfr n.igbt irtc
wreoch, arnjld harro'4b4illUisav
and bea T"5cctin. b4t U m Uu
mall a taatlr t d-ro jstrial at
teatWa. apparently, aad th a-gisrt
resUi. oly ia a jj1U lo Vo
the purchjMT, ) a . iatij ia-ts-sad
of a rsrntsvradasioa. which pv-T-ctirJ
t- Ut iAhw SaVad f l
2iAiai tbesc- Hr scf llr-Jtrirx.
He Has! Had Css'.
Appllcaat Tfty-S 4?4Urs a
ek pTa a uaaU sfsdary for tht ka.i
work of a reporur. air.
Editor I'erkaps it toa. b--t th- a4
l wTerrroadL Wts tvj apk-a
Uotjo alavctt et-ry &mjr, I thiak yoa
said )oq h-ad aad i;jcrvTa- a srvs
j r-rr rataa
Apfdicaa; (wilh dirx!:;) I was
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