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Died April 0, 1728, aged 135.
tay, traveler, until my llfo you read.
The living may got knowli-dno by the dead.
Five tirau livu yuuin 1 bod a virgin llfo ;
Ten time flvo yuan I whh a virtuous wife;
Ten tlim flvo yeara 1 had a widow chuao:
Now, wonry of my lif, 1 end my race.
I from my oradlo to my grave have seen
Eight mi(hty kings In Hvotlund and a qumtn.
Four tlmiiH flvo yi-ura a commonwealth I saw,
And twine tho subject rom against tho law.
Twice did I wo tho proud prolato pulled down,
And twieo the cloak was bumblod to tus
I aaw my cinfry Hold for English ore,
And haughty Btuurt's nito suIwIhU no more,
buch rovolutloua In my time have boon.
I buve an end of many trouble seen.
BLUEST OF BIRDS.
Iu a town of the nnciont kingdom of
Catitilo there lived in former ages a
youth called Burtolo, who tried to eke
out a living by making cages for birds
and taking thorn round to soil at the
neighboring villnges. But his trade was
a poor one, and he fyidgod himself in
lock if he sold one cago in a day, and,
as may be supposed, bo know what sor
row and privation were.
One day as he was proceeding to a
Tillage he heard sounds of revelry, tho
liuzz of many people and the strains of
a band of musio. This merrymaking
was a procession of children dressed in
white, carrying in thoir midst a beau
tiful child crowned with roses in a
chariot covered with white uatin and
ornamented with acacia and myrtle.
This procession was in boror of Maya,
the personification of spring, and took
plaoe to announce the entry of spring.
In front of the little chariot some chil
dren danced nnd hold in their hands tin
platters for contributions, and, as may
be imagined, all, or nearly all, the spec
tators dropped their coins into thorn.
Bartolo moved away in a desponding
mood, saying to himself as he walked
on: "Is this the justice of the world?
There they are flinging their money
into those platters just because these
children come in procession to announce
to them that it is the month of May, as
though thoy could not know it by look
ing in an almanao. Thoy barter and
grind me down to tho lowest prioe for
my cages even when I chance to sell
Full of those bitter thoughts, be
walked on sadly, for the voices of two
importunate enemies were making them'
selves heard within him. Those were
hnncor and thirst. The one clamored
for food and the other for drink. Bar
tolo bad nothing In bis wallet but his
clasp knife and had had naught for bis
breakfast but hopes, and these made
him sharp and active.
He had reached a plantation when be
perceived a well dressed individual com
ing toward him. Pressed by hunger,
Bartolo, taking bis cap off respectfully,
approached and said:
"Excuse me, sir, but oould you kind'
ly give me n trifle? I promise I will re
turn it as soon as I earn some money.'
"Don't yon think that it is a shame
ful thing for a man like yon young
and with a good, healthy appearauoe
to be demanding charity of people? Does
it not strike you that you have a duty
to earn your living by working at your
"Yes. sir. certainly, but my trade
does not fulfill its own duty. Most peo
pie like to see the birds flying about
free rather than in cages, and therefore
day by doy I find myself poorer than
At first the stranger doubted what he
heard, but the birdcage maker gave
him so detailed an account of his work
and the small profits he derived that
he became interested and sympathized
-with bis ill fortune, Bartolo was a man
who always knew how to excite great
interest in himself.
"Come, oome," the stranger said,
smiling. "I will do something for you,
As I oannot find customers for your
oases. I will afford you a powerful
means by which you shall never more
be in want. "
He thon blew a whistle, and Bartolo
saw flying before him a bird blue as
the sky, which came and perched on
one of his cages.
"See here," added the stranger,
"what will compensate for all your
past misery. From this day forward
you have only to formulate a wish and
aay slowly and distinctly, 'Bluest of
bluebirds, do your duty,' and your
wish will be srranted to you. "
"Bt my faith 1" cried the birdcage
maker, "but I will try it at once. For
the last 20 years I have wished to kill
huncer. 'Bluest of bluebirds, do your
duty I' "
Rnnrnnlv ware the words out of his
month than he saw suddenly spread be-
fnrfl him on the srass a breakfast fit for
a prince laid on a service of exquisite
silver and flass and the whitest of
cloths. Bartolo, astonished, flung him
self on his knees before bis benefactor
to thank him, but he raised him up,
"I am the good genius of the honest
workingmen of Castile. Sit down ana
eat Without fear. Take advantage of
your lucky star, " and then suddenly
Bartolo reverently bent down and
kissed the spot upon which he had
stood, unable to find adequate expres
tion of his gratitude.
He then sat down and ate his break
fast After his meal Bartolo Judged
that a man who had feasted in such an
elegant manner ought to have other bet
ter clothing than his well worn work
ing suit, and lifting his staff he cried
to the bird. "Bluest of bluebirds, do
your duty !" In an instant his old suit
became transformed into one of richest
velvet, embroidered in gold and silver,
and nil rough staff into a splendid horse
rally caparisoned and having round iu
neck a collar of silver bell.
Mora astonished than ever, Bartolo
upended to the saddle the cage with
the bluebird, leaped on the horse and
EPITAPH ON MARY, COUNTESS
went bis way as proud of his dress as a !
donkey of its cars.
Setting spurs to bis horse, bo soon
reached the gates of a splendid castle.
Borne feast was tnking place within.
Tho guests were all seated under a shady
Ubwor deploring thut thoy had been (lis-
ppoiutod of the minstrels who wore to
Bartolo, on learning this, advanced
to tbe bower, and after elegantly salut
ing the lord ami lady of the castle in a
most refined voice said:
"If it bo right for a simple knight to
offer his services to such a distinguished
company of rank and beauty, I think I
could promise to provido what yon are
Oh, do, at once, ploasel" cried an
the ladies, who were longing to dance.
"Bluest of bluobirds, do your dutyl"
Suddenly in the distance was hoard
the noise of many feet, and a troop of
musicians with thoir instruments ap
peared, to the great delight of the com
The lord of the castle tnauKca me
stranger nnd desired him to open tne
ball with bis eldest daughter, a maiuon
fair and lovely, like a snow bird.
When the ball was at its height, tna
birdcago maker ordered an elogant ban
quet to be served, during wmcn tne
bluest of bluebirds was cummannea to
sing some songs, whiob were very much
admired. Games of ouance ronowea,
and Bartolo, taking advantage ol nis
good fortune, distributed among the
ladies pearls, bracelots ana rings or pre
cious stones. All those present were
surprised beyond measure because the
lord of the oastle was known to oe ex
tremely niggardly and mean.
Tbe lord of the oastle, wno Knew now
all this had been done through tne
agency of the bird and being himself of
an inordinately avaricious natnre,
thnncrht he might do a fine stroke of
business wore he to purchase tne Dim.
Hence, calling his unknown guost away
to his study, he proposed to him to pur
chase the bird for what price be snouia
"Yon would never give me my price,
"For it I would give my castie, wun
ita nine forests." said the lord of the
"It is not enough."
"Very well, I will add my olivqjplan
tations and vineyards. "
That is still insufficient, " cried
I will add the orchards, gardens
"I want something else."
" Whot, still more? Wby, man, you
must want paradise itself."
Not so. I want what yon can give
me this very moment, i waui your
daughter with whom I danced just now.
Let her bo my bride.
"What, my daughter?" cried the old
miser in an ecstasy of joy. By my
faith, we shall soon ccuulude the bar
coin. Why did you not say so before?"
He went to seek tne gin anu torn uer
of the engagement be had entered into.
But bis daughter, in ntter amazement,
"But what if he is a wicked elf
all be does be witchcraft?"
"You have an amulet of coral hang
inir from your neck. It is an antidote
aeainst all witchery.
"And what if he be satan himself?"
"I will give you a piece of blessed
candle, nnd he will have no power oyer
von." replied the unrelenting lather.
Taking her hand, he led her to the
stranger, who was already on his horse,
nnd assisted her to mount behind her
f utnre husband. Taking the oage with
the bluest of bluebirds, he watohed the
retreating forms of the pair as the horse
carried them awav swifter than the
wind, and when out of sight he pro
ceeded to join his guests. The company
was all gathered inkuots discussing the
extraordinary powers of the bird ana
all the events whioh had taken place.
"Peace, peaoel" cried the lord of the
castle as be entered. "1 will perioral
more marvelous things than ever he
did. I bave given him my daughter to
wed in exchange for the bird, and this
bluebird will render me more wealthy
than the king of Aragon. Approach and
see the wonders I will work with it.
He took tbe cage, and lifting it up to
look at the bird was astonished to find
that it was not blue at all, but a large
gray bird, which turned to stare at him
in an insolent manner, gave a fierce
peck at the door of the cage with it
beak, flung it open and flew out of the
window, uttering a terrible soreecn.
The lord of the castle stood with open
mouth, not knowing what to do or say.
His guests broke out in peals of laughter
at his discomfiture and tne well aeserv
ed Dunishmentfor his unseemly avarice
of exchanging his beautiful daughter for
a worthless bird.
Meanwhile Bartolo was galloping on
with his bride to the nearest town to
be married, and when he arrived at the
first hostelry he wished to dismount
and engage the most splendid suit of
apartments for bis intended bride, but
he found himself utterly penniless.
He had not calculated that in parting
with the bird he had parted with bis
luck, and therefore as soon as be dis
mounted the horse disappeared, and Ms
elegant dress became changed for tbe
shabby one he had worn before he met
the kind individual who had wished
to befriend him. Wbcn tbe beautiful
daughter of the lord of the castle beheld
tbe transformation wnicn naa lauen
place, she ran back to her father as fast
m hn tvmld. fright lending wings to
Bartolo had to return to his old life
of making cages and to his miserable
existence. From the Spanish in Strand
The serpent moves try eievanng
. .... , ,
scales on its abdomen and using tnem
to push tbe body forward, ine iwinaings
are always horizontal Tbe artists wbo
represent the sinuosities as vertical have
never observed ue animai ui muviuu.
It is impossible for it to move in that
A CANDIDATE FOH GOVERNOR.
Career of Lloyd Lowndes, Who Heads the
Maryland Republican Ticket.
Llovd Lowndes, whom tho Republic
ans of Maryland have chosen as their
caudidute for governor, is a Virgiiiiun
by birth, a Pcunsylvuniau by education
and a Murylundor by adoption. He was
born at Clarksburg, Hurrison connty,
W. Va., Fob. 21, 1845. .Ho gruduatoa
from Alleghany college at Moanvnie,
Pa.in 18(10, and studied law with Kioh
ard L. Ashhurst in Philadelphia. After
taking a two years' course in luw at tne
University of Pennsylvania lie was aa-
mitted to the bar and began the prac
tice of his profession at Cumberland,
In later years he hus dovoted more oi
his attention to commercial enterprises
than to the law and is protniiioiitly
connected with a number of banking
houses, mining companies, manufac
turing establishments, etc., in Baltimore
and Cumberland. He is prosidont of the
Second National bank of Cumberland,
the Union Milling oompany of Allegha
ny oounty, tho Potomao Coal company,
the Frostburg Gas and Electrio Light
. I 1.-1 T"s..
oompany and tne uuniueriuna jruyvi
company. He is one of the directors of
the Cumberland Daily JSews ruDiisn
In 1872 be was elected to the Forty
third congress from the Sixth Maryland
district. He was then but 28 years of
age, and though the youngest member
of the house served upon several oi uie
most important committees. He was a
strong and able supporter of President
Grant's administration wnuo in con
gress and was a delegute at large to the
national convention in Chicago which
nominated James A. Garfield.
Mr. Lowndes is a member of the
American Academy of Political and So
cial Seieuce of Philadelphia, the New
York Southern society and various so
cial and political clubs. He has long
been warden and vestryman or Jimanuei
Episcopal church of Cumberland and
one of the lay delegates from that body
to diocesan and general conventions.
A FAMOUS POEM.
Interesting Facta About tho Author or
Curfew Hurt Mot Ring Tonight."
The million more or loss of Bohoolboys
and ciris past and present who have be
gun their elocutionary efforts with the
recitation of "Curfew Must Not Ring
Tonight" will be specially interested in
something about the author of the poem
and how she came to write it ihe au
thor is Mrs. Rose Hartwick Thorpe.
Mrs. Thorne was born at Mishawaka,
Ind., in 1850, and was the daughter of
William Hartwick. In 1801 the fam
ily moved to Litchfield, Mioh. Her
parents were poor, and her childhood
and young womanhood were passed in
a dull and prosaio atmosphere, and mere
was nothing in her early education or
surroundings to "charm the muses" or
kindle the fires of poesy.
Mrs. Thorpe wrote "Curfew," her
best and most widely known production,
when she was 16 years old. This was
in 1867. Some copies of Peterson's Mag
azine had oome into her possession. In
one of these she found the story of Bes
sie and her lover. Tbe thrilling incident
of the brave young English girl deeply
ROSS HABTWICK TBOBPK.
impressed her. She could not banian
from her mind the words "curfew must
not ring tonight" The inspiration to
write came when she was in the school
room, attempting to solve a mathemat
ical problem. Sweeping the prosaio ng
nres from bar slate she wrote "Eng
land's sun was setting," etc., and the
poem was soon completed. It was first
published in 1870 in the Detroit Com
mercial Advertiser over tne signature oi
Rose Hartwick. The editor wrote her a
letter of thanks, which is all tbe remu
neration she has ever received for the
poem, though it has been printed in
thousands of publications iu this conn
try and England and been declaimed by
legions of youthful orators on two con'
Vrs Thnrnn Is an attractive Woman,
. j .ij . milk V.trn evna
, will wiu Bicuuni, niui uw J '
. . . cu. a. marri in 1K71 to
EdmMd c Thorpe. Hillsdale (Mich. )
eoUege vmi(5TnA the honorary degree of
magter rf npon her in i883. The
famil now regide at Paciflc Beach(
Diego, CaL, where they are pleasantly
domiciled in a charming home called
flie Mew German Chancellor Always Cooks
Hie Owa Coffee.
Prince Hohenlohe, the new chancel
lor of the German empire, is cast in a
different physical mold from bis two
stalwart predecessors. Ho is far from
being so imprcssivo iu appearance as
Bismarck or Caprivi. Ho looks more like
the headmaster of a school iu a middle
sized town than like a statesman. Al
though of a more noble lineage than
cither of tho cx-chancellors, he looks
much loss like the traditional aristocrat.
His early life was, howevor, passed
amid comparatively humble surround
ings, and his birth holpod him little.
He practiced law until 1840, and, pittod
against young men of the middle classes,
never distinguished hinisolf. In the
year mentioned he sncoeodod to tbe dig
nity of schillingfifurst and took bis place
as a boreditary legislator in the Bavari
Tbe prince is remarkably active for a
man of bis age. His excellent health be
attributes to the facts that he spends as
much time as possible iu the open air
especially in the hunting field and
oooks his own coffee. Coffee be consid
ers the priuoipal course of a meal, al
though be likes good things to eat and
employs one of the best oooks in Gor-
many. When in bis palace at btrasburg,
he always prepared his own coffee.
Even when he travels he carries the cof
fee machine with him and uses it to
make his favorite beverago at least three
times a day.
In the course of years he has beoome
an expert, and few cooks can equal his
brew.. His guests flatter him on bis art,
as a matter of course, aud there is no
bettor way to reaoh his heart than by
eulogy of his coffee.
Like many other men wbo bave ao
oomolishod considerable in this life and
love praise and tboir hobbies, be would
rather hoar praise for his "drink wblon
oomforteth the brain and heart" to use
the language of Bacon than for his
political wisdom. Cincinnati Commer
SPOTS ON THE RIBBON.
The French Legion of Honor Discredited
by the Many Recent Bean dale.
1 The long scries of scandals during
the post year or two in Pnris have cul
minuted in the serious discrediting of
the French Legion of Honor, or rather of
its management, which has failed to
purge its roll from time to time. Near
ly evory journalist who is now acoused
of blackmail, for instanoe, wears the
ooveted red ribbon. There is a council
of the order whioh is empowered to
cashier any momber guilty of dishou
orable conduot A ohevalier who had,
for instance, broken his word of honor
and failed to pay a gambling debt
might be struck off tbe rolls. . This is
the theory. In practice the oonnoil is
content with expelling bankrupts, duel
era and fugitives from justice.
The attack on the government for its
shortcomings in this respeot brought
tbe present cabinet within an ace of de
feat The critics quoted, among other
bases, that of a well known company
promoting baron, wbo had numneriess
difficulties in the French law courts.
Most of bis companies went to smash,
A captain in the French army, ruined
through bis faith in the baron's pro
speotnses, gave him a horsewhipping,
The baron kept the whipping investor'
money and the ribbon of the Legidn of
Honor. A deputy moved a resolution
to oall upon the government to remind
the counoil of tbe order of its duty , to
deal rigorously with unworthy mem
hers. The government declining to ao
nent the motion, it was rejeoted by the
narrow majority of 289 to 284. Paris
"DEVIL ANSE" PRESIDED.
A Barbecue at Wbloh a Noted venaona
Leader Mastered tho Ceremonies.
The other day the people of Logan
oonnty, W. Va., held a grand barbecue
to celebrate the division or tne county.
Tahlna were spread in the street, and
,11 traffic was suspended. Hundreds oi
stalwart mountaineers came in wltn
their wives and children from the re
gion roundabout. Eight big blaok bears
had been shot within a mile or two of
the town, and their caroasses, served in
barbecue style, were the piece ae resist
anna of the feast The bears were flank
ail anrl anrronnded with roasted and
baked 'possums, wild turkeys, pheasants,
quail, rabbits and all sorts of domestic
fnwla. Potatoes br the barrel were
roasted, and pnmpkin pies by the nun
dred lined the tables. Hard cider was
Devil Anse Hatfield, the noted leader
of the Hatfleld-McCoy vendetta, was
master of ceremonies. He stood at the
head of the table with a hrJf open va
lise, from which tbe butts of three nig
revolvers protruded. T&ougn mere is i
oonerong price set upon LWVii Anse i
head, it is said there was not a disturb
ing word spoken and that the barbooue
was a great success, i ne popular aaua
faction with the presiding officer large
lv arew ont of the fact that tnere are
over a score of graves on the adjacent
hillsides testifying to bis deadly skui
with those pistols. New York Tribune.
Promising; News From Snnol.
Mr. Robert Bonner, wbo spent two
lavs with Mr. Charles Backman last
WW asiid. after looking at the Green
Mountain Maid monument, that be had
creat hopes of seeing Snnol reduce her
record next season. The flying daughter
of Electioneer is going perfectly sound,
and she will have the advantage of the
bicycle sulky. Her record of 2:08 was
made to high wheeL Sunoi is now 8
years old, and when she is retired from
tbe turf may be bred to Kremlin, who
carries the blood of Miss Russell. Wor
thier, the 3-year-old bay colt by Adver
tiser (son of Electioneer and Lulu
Wilkes, by George Wilkes X out of Wax
ana (dam of Sunol), by General Benton,
second dam Waxy, thoroughbred daugh
ter of Lexington, is showing a high rats
of speed and should make a very fast
horse. Turf, Field and Farm.
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tlonsstrlotlyeooSdentlaJ. AHssilwt Kis.
formation eonosrnina Pateata and bow to. oo
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IN USE OVER , FIFTY YEARS.
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