FLASHES IN FRENCH LITERATFRE.
The world is a masked ball.— .Vert/.
Love renders women discreet.—
Prosperity makes few friends.— Van
Prejudice is the reason of fools.— Vol
Tears are the strength of woman.
Death is a panacea for all evils.—Mon
To laugh is characteristic of man.—
Devotion is the last love of woman.—
Man, I tell you, is a vicious animal.—
Gold is the sovereign of sovereigns.
Gratitude is the memory of the heart.
God created women only to tame them.
Common sense is not a common thing.
Antiquity is the aristocracy of history.
— Dumas, pere.
Superstition—a foolish fear of the
Deity.— Da JBrugiere.
The breaking of a heart leaves no
scars. —George San and.
There are few things that we know
The cleverest of all devils is opportun
ity.— Vie laud.
Every philosopher is cousin to an
atheist.— A. dc Musset.
Man laughs and weeps at the same
things. — Mon taign e.
A delicate thought is a flower of the
mind. —Roll hi.
Let us respect white hair—especially
our own.— Petit-Senn.
Heaven made virtue; man the appear
The ruses of women multiply with
their years. —Lamenna is.
Wisdom is to the soul what health is
to the body. —De Saint Real.
Fortune does not change men; it un
masks them.— Mine. Meeker.
Jealousy is the homage that inferior
ity pays to merit.— Mine, de Puisiux.
He who knows his incapacity knows
something. —Marguerite de Valois.
We are never as happy nor as unhappy
as we fancy. —La Rochefoucauld.
Wrinkles disfigure a woman less than
ill nature.— Dupuy.
Men are women’s playthings; women
are the devil’s.— Victor 'Hugo.
He who tries to prove too much, proves
nothing. — Latena.
Great vices like great virtues are ex
ceptions in mankind. —Napoleon I.
( tRIEf counts the seconds; happiness
forgets the hours. —De Finod.
Better a man with paradoxes than a
man with prejudices.— J. J Rousseau.
We like to give in the sunlight and to
receive in the dark.— J. Petit-Senn.
Men speak of what they know; women
of what pleases them.— J. J. Rousseau.
God created the coquette as soon as he
had made the fool.— Victor Hugo.
Woman is the sweetest present that
God has given to man.— Gui/ord.
prosperity unmasKs tne vices; adver
sity reveals the virtues.— Diderot.
An indiscreet man is like an unsealed
letter—every one can read it.—Cham
Experience is the name men give to
their follies or their sorrows.— A. de
A republic is not founded on virtue
but on the ambition of its citizens.
When one has a good day in the year,
one is not wholly unfortunate.—Margue
rite de Valois.
There are people so sensitive that
they afflict us with our own sorrows.
There are no oaths that make so many
perjurers as the vows of love.—Roche
He who has neither friend nor enemy
is without talents, powers, or energy.—
Strong thoughts are iron nails driven
in the mind that nothing can draw out.
To discuss an opinion with a fool is
like carrying a lantern before a blind
man. — l)e Gaston.
There are people who are almost in
love, almost famous, and almost happy.
— Mine, de Krudener.
We shall all be perfectly virtuous
when there is no longer any flesh on our
bones. —Marguerite de Valois.
Never Marry a (ini of this Kind.
The settlement of Tower Oregon is
going on at an unprecedented rate. A
German couple has recently arrived with
fourteen children, the mother being only
twenty-five years of age. They were
married in the fall of 1870, and the fol
followiug summer their married life was
blessed with twins, both girls. Less
than two years later, the woman, who
was then eighteen years old, gave birth
to four children, three girls and a boy,
the latter living only a few days. In the
summer of 1871 three more girls regis
tered at that humble hearth, and in 1875
a boy arrived solitary and alone. Seven
years after marriage the arrival of an
other cluster of four, this time two boys
and two girls, was an event that created
some consternation, and two years ago
two.more little flaxen-haired girls came
to the fortmiate couple,
The value of Erie Canal tonnage last
year was $800,000,000. The wheat acre
age of the West, which principally made
this business, was more than two and a
half million acres more than in 1879, and
a like increase of acreage is expected
this year. Although the paid tolls on
the canal of SIIB,OOO a year were abol
ished, the toll receipts have leaped up
nearly $300,000. The cost of keeping
tip the caual is $900,000, and the
revenues last year were $1,200,-
000, making a surplus of over $300,-
000. Before the State of New
York discriminated in favor of the
canals their business had run down to
700,000 tons in twelve months; and since
that liberalizing of rates, the canals do
2,000,000 tons more business, and there
has been a consequent lowering of tolls
on the railroads.
Life is short at most and our duty is to pro
long it. T r se, therefore, Dr. Bull’s Cough Svr
np for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. Hoarseness,
etc. Sold everywhere. Price only 25 cents.
The Remarkable Story Told About
Hartz, the Conjurer.
A singular story is told about Mr.
Hartz, the conjurer, which is nearly as
strange ns some of the tricks he per
forms. According to the story, he was
obliged to give up his business in May,
having lost all power of action.
His flesh became soft and flaky, and the
least touch gave him exquisite pain. His
sense of hearing became wonderfully
acute, and iu the room he occupied,
which was on the third floor rear of a
house in Brooklyn, lie could distinctly
hear what was being said in the front
basement. He could bear no light, but
his memory become so retentive that
he could repeat till the conversations he
had heard in three years. A footstep
seemed as loud as the detonation of a
cannon, and he waited with dread for
hours beforehand for the report of the
sunset and sunrise guns on Governor’s
Island. He was not able to swallow al
ways, and he says he frequently expected
to die from that cause. Sometimes as
many as sixteen days possed without his
drinking. He also ate very little, fasting
on an average ten days at a time. His
sense of taste was entirely gone, and he
is only beginning to recover it. After
had remained awake six months, it oc
curred to him that it was strange lie
should live without sleep, and lie wrote
with a-pencil an order to liis attendant
directing the latter to wake him w hen
ever he appeared to sleep. This occurred
only a few times. His beard grew to a
length of eighteen inches, and his hair
reached to liis shoulders. His recovery
was more sudden than the attack. One
morning recently strength came to him
to get up, and an hour later lie was able
to do feats of strength that his attendant,
a six footer, was unable to perform. His
skin is still tender, and his flesh resem
bles putty or a bursted rubber ball, in
that it retains for some time a depression
after it lias been pressed.
The disease is supposed to have been a
disarrangement of the nervous system.—
New York Commercial Advertiser.
A New Vice.
A number of persons more or less
prominent in different walks of life have
died in . this city within a few months
from the direct effect, it is said, of In po
dermic injections of morphine. The
effect of morphine under the skin is de
scribed as peculiarly aid wonderfully
agreeable. A delicious languor steals
over the frame, the sons: s are wrapped
as in a voluptuous waking dream, and a
most joyous consciousness of perfect yet
fascinating repose softly overflows the
mind. Even strong men and women
have frequently fouud it hard to resist
its allurements, and have not been able
to resist its beatitudes without arousing
all tlieir will. On this account some
physicians will not administer or pre
scribe morphine under any circum*
stance, fearing the consequences to their
patients. Not a few women of the finer
type have been wrecked by the habit,
arid many men, professional and com
mercial, are steadily ruining themselves
by its indulgence. It was hailed as a
great blessing once, and so it is, properly
regulated; but, like so many blessings, it
may readily be converted into a curse.
—New York Times.
[Des Moines lowa State Register.]
We notice the following in an ex
change : Mr. G. B. Haverer, Foreman
N. Y. & N. H. S. B. Cos., suffered for
eight days with terrible pain in the back,
almost to distraction, until he heard of
and used St. Jacobs Oil, one bottle of
which cured him completely.
Two Women Wedded.
The Boston Herald prints the follow r
ing strange story from a correspondent
at Dover, N. H., and it is given for
what it is worth. The writer vouches
for its truthfulness: Ten years ago two
persons were united in marriage by a
Congregational clergyman of this State.
The ceremony was performed in a small
town not many miles from this city.
They lived together as husband and wife
for more than nine years, having resided
in several different places, a part of the
time in this place. A few months ago
the wife petitioned for a divorce on the
ground that her husband was a woman.
On examination it w as found to be as she
had said. That she dressed in female
apparel when she first became acquainted
with her, but told her she was a man.
It was proved that she was the divorced
wife of a merchant of New York, and
had one child.
[Springfield (Mass.) Republican ]
Edgar T. Page, Esq., Druggist, writes
us from Chicopee Falls, that Mr. Albert
Guenther, under Wilds Hotel has used
that remarkable remedy, St. Jacobs Oil,
for a severe case of rheumatism and it
cured him as if by magic. He also used
it with great success among his horses,
in cases of sprains, sores, etc., and it
cures every time.
An Undergraduate’s Excuse.
An undergraduate was summoned be
fore one of the Dons for not attending
the 7 o’clock morning chapel. “ Sir,”
said the Don, “let me hear what you
have to say in excuse of your persistent
absence from morning prayers. ” “ Sir, ”
replied the delinquent, “"the service is
too late for me to be present.” “Too
late, sir 1 How can 7in the morning be
considered a late hour?” “Well,” re
plied the ingenious offender “ were the
hour 4 or 5, or even 6, I might manage
to be present; but to expect a man to
sit up till 7 o’clock in the morning in
order to go to church is more than hu
man nature will endur — Chamber #’
“To sum it up, six long years of bed
ridden sickness, costing S2OO per year,
total $1,200 —all of this expense was
stopped by three bottles of Hop Bitters,
taken by my wife. She has done her
own housework for a year since, without
the loss of a day, and I want everybody
to know it, for their benefit.”—X. E.
A Contented Mind.
Lady—“ They tell me your cow never
gives any milk, Betty.”" Old Betty—
“No, mum. she don’t give hardly any.
But, bless 'er ’eart. she'll eat as" much
as two o’ them good milkers!”
How many pecks of corn are required
for a hen’s breakfast? How many hen
pecks make a bushel ?
I C onld Never Have Done
my household duties had I not been strength
ened and sustained by Warner’s Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure.
Mas. C. V. Calhocn, New York.
“The fashion in dogs, said Mr. Dan
Foster, the fancier, to a New York Sun
reporter, “changes from year to year,
the same as in women's dresses. J should,
name as the most fashionable dogs at
this time the rough-coated St. Bernard
and the English pug. The St. Bernard
dogs are rare, but there is a demand for
them reaching as far as Colorado. The
pups are wurtli from SSO to SI,OO ). Clio
English pug is a dog that went and came.
He has undergone vicissitudes, he has.
Near a hundred years ago there wasn’t a
fashionable lady’s coaeli in England that
didn’t have his singularly ugly muzzle
poking out of it. He had been brought
over by a sailor from Jspan. The first
strain imported was very black, and
went to Lord Willoughby; the second,
lighter, was brought over by the same
sailor, and went to Mr. Morrison. By
these names the two sii ains of pugs are
still known. Ten years ago they were
almost unknown here; now, fat and
sleek, they may be seen by the score
waddling with ladies in Broadway and
looking out of curtained windows in Fifth
avenue. They cost from $25 to S2OO
each. Col. Sellers bought one, a male,
at the bench show some years ago
and made the mistake of calling it
Clytemnestra. The pug lias no voice.
He is worthy on account of his ugliness
“Then, for a scarce and fashionable
dog, I should name next the King
Charles spaniel. He first came to Eng
land as a present to Charles 11. from
King Charles of Spain. I pretend to
have a supply of dogs, but I own only a
single pair of these, winch I keep for
breeding purposes. The male weighs
five pounds and the female seven pounds.
The animal is black and tan in color, and
is worth from SIOO to S2OO.
“Then comes the small black and tan,
a common lady’s pet, with a bark so big
that it shakes him all over; he is worth
from $25 to $125, according to his size
and marking. The small bull and terrier
is a pet of fashionable men. He is pure
white, and is worth from SSO to $250.
And the Japanese pug is a remarkably
fashionable dog. He rides in carriages
that have coats of arms on their panels.
He is rough coated, and is black and
white or yellow and white, and he costs
$l5O and 200.
“Did you ever,” continued the fancier,
relapsing into the region of soul, “see a
Scotch colly? He is as soft and beauti
ful as a dream. He’s got eyes like a
maiden in love. He is very rare in
America. Mr. Joe Jefferson, the actor,
had one, and I presume Ims him now,
that was a beauty. A colly would cost
from SSO to S3OO.
Then, I shall name, to close the list,
the Italian greyhound, which is worth
from $25 to $l5O ”
None receive so much benefit, and none
are so profoundly grateful and show such
an interest in recommending Hop Bitters
as women. It is the only remedy pecu
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almost universally subject to. Chills
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constant or periodical sick headaches,
weakness in the back or kidneys, pain in
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body, a feeling of lassitude and despund
ency, are all readily removed by these
Mamie was sent on an errand to the
house of a friend who shows much taste
in the arrangement of her rooms. When
M. returned, she said: “Mamma, I think
Mrs. A.’s rooms are very picturesque.”
Then she paused a moment, as if in
doubt, and asked, “Is that the word, or
should it be ‘catastrophe?’”
Come, ye disconsolate, who suffer with
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When the intoxication of love has
passed we laugh at the perfections it had
discovered. — Ninon dc Nuclos.
Indigestion, dyspepsia, nervous prostration
and all forms of general debility relieved by
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Lord Erskine was a wit, and tlie most
eloquent advocate of Ins day. ’
however, was never venomous, but ut
tered with such good-natured courtesy
as to disarm those whom it pierced
An old lawyer, by the name of Lamb,
was constitutionally timid, and on one
occasion remarked that lie telt himself
"rowing more and more timid as he grew
Site “No wonder,” replied Erskine
good-naturaUy: “everyone knows that
the older a lamb grows, the more
sheepish he becomes/’
The Duke of Queensberry laid befoie
Erskine a case as to whether lie, the
Duke could sue a tradesman for breach
of contract about the painting ot Ins
house. ‘ As the evidence was insufficient
to support the case, Erskine replied as
follows: ~ . .. ...
“I am of opinion that this action will
not lie, unless the witnesses do."
The London residence of a distin
guished London lawyer was subsequent
ly occupied by a hardware merchant.
On learning the fact, Erskine wrote the
< This house, where once a lawyer dwelt,
Is now a smith’s; alas !
How rapid: y the iron age
Succeeds the age of brass.’
It Often Occurs.
A Newtown young woman went with
her father to "the railway station to
meet a female friend she had invited to
visit her, and to come by a certain train.
The expected visitor did not arrive,
greatly to the disappointment of the
young woman, aud very much to the
surprise of tli© father, notwitustanding
his daughter’s letter of invitation was in
his pocket at the time.— Danbury Neivs.
Gilhooly, who was in a restaurant
freezing over a cup of coffee, spoke up
and said to the waiter: “Look here!
If you can’t put fire in the stove you
might keep the stove-door closed. There
is an awful cold draft coming out of it.”
1 GOOD FAMILY MM!
[This engraving represents the Lungs In a health/ stele.]
What The Doctors Say!
Z>&. FLSTCHER, ef Lexington, Uo., says I *7 mwe
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TARRH use our CATARRH CURE ( ite.) " 8
cases use our NASAL SYRINGE (25c.) •
be sent in lots of *2 worth, on receipt of price.
eaff* Our New Pamphlet with History of Our Frcpa
rations, Sent FREE on Application to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 West Fourteenth Street, Aork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Why we NEVER sell POND’S EXTRACT
in BULK, but adhere to the rule of
selling ONLY in OUR own BOT
TLES, enclosed in BUFF
WRAPPER, on which is
printed our landscape
1. —lt insures the purchaser obtaining the geunloe
2. It protecls the consumer in buying Pond’s Ex
tract not weakened with water, which we found was
done a few years ago, when we were induced to furnish
dealers with the genuine article in bulk.
3 —lt protects the consumer from unscrupulous parties
selling crude, cheap decoctions to him as Pond’s Extract,
for any person can tell the genuine from the bottle and
4. It protects the consumer, for it is not safe to use
any other article according to the directions given in our
book, wnich surrounds each bottle of Tond’s Extract.
5. Tt protects the consumer, for it is not agreeable In
be deceived and perhaps injured by using other articles
under the directions for Pond’s Extract.
C. —No Other article, manufacture or imitation has the
effect claimed for and always produced by Pond’s Extract.
7. It is prejudicial to the reputation of Pond’s Extract
to have people use a counterfeit, believing it to be the
genuine, for they will surdy be disappointed If not. injured
by its effect.
8. Justice to one of the best medicines in the world,
and the hundreds of thousands using it, demands every
precaution against having weak and injurious prepara
tions palmed off as tiie genuine. The only way tins
can be accomplished is to sell the genuine, put up in
a uniform manner —in ourown hollies, complete wiyn
buff wrappers, trade marks, Ac.
RKJIEMP.ER-The Genuine Pond** Fx
tr:M*t in <*lieap. because it is strong, uniform and re
liable. Our book of directions explains when it can b*
diluted with water and when to be used full strength.
R E VIEM 15EK— That, all other preparations, if col
orless, are mere decoctions, boilings, or produced Nimply
to obtain the odor and without the scientific or practical
knowledge of the mutter which many years of labor has
RE VIE VI RE R. or know now— That all prcpaia
t.ions purporting to be superior to Pond’s Extract because
they have color, are colored simply because they tiara
crude and, to unprofessional people using them, perhaps
dangerous matter in them, and should never he used except
under the advice and prescription of a physician.
REV3 E VIB E K and know-That our very expens
ive machinery is the result of thirty years of experience,
(the most of which was entirely given to this work) and
constant attention to ttie production of all forms of Ilama
molis, and that therefore we should know what we as
sert, that Pond’s Extract is the best, purest, and contain*
more virtues of the shrub than any other production jet
Our New History and Uses of Pond’s Extract and other
preparations sent feee.
I.ADIES Read pages 13, 18, 21 and 26, in our hook,
which is found around each bottle, and will be sent free
POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY,
14 West Fourteenth Street, Xew York.
r" 'whsor’s compound of
I PURE COD LIVER
l OIL AND LIME.j
To One and All.—Are you aufferlntf from
a Cough, Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, or any of the varioui
pulmonarv troubles that so often end in Consumption? h
so, use “ 1 Viibods Pure Cod-Licer Oil and Lime,” a safe and
sure remedy. This is no quack preparation, but is pre
scribed by the medical faculty. Manuf. only by A. B.
Wir,bor, Chemist, Boston. Sold bv all druggists.
oß| AHA gm E. TOURJEE’S TOURS.
§pIJ R|j [Ljj Gr Bend lor Circular.
Hat Wn U I &■ MUSIC HALL, BOSTON*
John C. McMurray&Co.
MANUFACTURE EVERY VARIETY, IN ALL GRADE?,
277 PE iRL STREET. NEW YORK.
DEDERICK’S HAY PRESSES
_ _ are sent anywhere on
. , ... . , competition, and will
bale with twice the.rapidity of any other. The only
wayinfenor machines can be sola is to deceive the
Inexperienced by ridiculously false statements, and
thus sell without sight or seeing, and swindle tho
purchaser. Working any other alongside of
Dederick s always sells the purchaser a Dederick
Press, and all know it too well to show up. Address
for circular, or call and see Presses withP. K. Ded
erick & Cos., Albany, N. Y., and No. 165 West 16th St.,
Chicago, I1L; Tyner & Hadley, Indianapolis. Indiana;
IgSß*® Man’f’g Cos., St. Louis, Mo. ;J. H*
Heatland & Cos., Quincy, HI. ; Trumbull, Reynolds 4
Allen, Kansas City, Mo.; Haines Broa. & Cos., Omaha*
Neb.; R\ Tompkins, Dallas, Texas: W. J.Kins ef.
Denver Col; Geo. A. Lowe. Salt Lake City, Utah!
Price Press Cos., San Leandro, California. _
Publishers’ Union, Atlanta, Ga Fifteen.-
A B° F PENMANSHIP*
plain and ornamental, for 25 cent*, examples for 10c. Ad*
dress J. FIELDS, Lenoxburg, Ky. No postal cards.