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Bat that U uln. irhin a ivasat aoar U crolhad to - 'H\ 1 ! - . KlautUr W <uma> o( lluukijM ot nil bonai tanirHb t^ II imr can fatl thtlr Worth— Ma*ar villi II* patattial or bloaaom apia. Onlj two jtara aliMf r» alstaai u trawt fria&di. Whaa ant I«3Mt ittraaiaar bal told ait 'it in ton. \Will ika -anik to ilia atroortr baada— Ba.voa tbt lorat-ta^at hi m*,hsaa froan eold. Sha j»'»b«aaartUkliknpaii|«itta»UmlJ ( laikaka4|lraa Itioai jciEmtafbta, Walla oa bar lip* thoit lima vcwillaiarad 1OT1Q|IT thai aba M pbadcvl mi la trfjjil laji ot jora. ^rora,tbaji«niroUbj-aIea:Sy,MiHil(l aojUib, Baailafraa'aairardi'it'UWaaayimjaii; ;'**\\ JUad«l«briia-w»TalUt amCktiTarkty tuaa-woi bar> CaniataiaiUlaaeaallilbar ba n taaa. Soon I aalU paas rroatbaatajbtof thy aanUaloTa, Aadararr dkj E aun iHtllaf aaajr baart Bat to ba ltd, tori fnl Ibat taaa aaa abora Wto ratal Uuw*Kid<!Ha>ad£% tfaataa aaould (art. Hora,|oo4b7.. Obi boar IttUalthoifhtoftiia Twa* jaari aro. Bat 1 till o»C eompUlo. 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AH HJOTJB OS* T»aBOB - maaa th| 014 <laa«d fj» JoljJ 'Annie, amir] Dr. Somen, entering hi* joung wif***» lilling tpom, lite oos winter iffernoM, 'I aan to «orrj to ba obliged to Iaavrf foa ajone lo-Dight, bat Robert Bradahiw bte juit.iqDt a me*, •ariger tl lifovtoS deiti aptea, foe me, and I hira Co go al om<A to the 0>k*. The old Colon!) ii <Tjlt!g it lait—or Ibinki ho rs.' 'Ob [' John, how oaa joa Ulk to 7' •mid Mr*. Somiri, in an upoat&lating toae. 'DTtog il lut 7 Tbo dmr, old oolonol I I am io tery aorrj to beat it. Think of dotr Mrat. Bridahaw and Bobart. I abill be io ton; If ba dooi die.' 'Meat paopJ* do, loaao time or otbar,' joined tbo dootor, kicking off bia ilippen qoitaj imgjly, ud boginolog to draw on a pair of b*uj liding booth. 'I wouldn't mind tbo tioabla of ooorao, if ha loilly w/ti Jjlng,' be waat OD, in in ipologetio tone, 'bot tan to one, it U onl» moth«r tllict of gtrttt in hi» lift fdot, w»d J in ta xiH •wfif T0 mllM on tbeie ajxjioW isadi oo thU Wittcied. sum' (o tmnhp for it. Oon 'Huih, Jofanl' aaidl his wile r ,p«romp- lorilj. 'If ti n colonrsJ ihould be djiog, •on woold bo !o;rj to fhink (hit jcu gat (0 out of pi(i»Dca» tUf» coing to •e* blm. It ll prorrokitg, and tba roidi ire horrid; bnt thon joa,6nobt to bar* Bide tap jour Aind to I bail thing* when joo atndled mrsrjiolno.' •Y\' i pbyiioiin is nothing mora tbt&afUbbo lino,' emmblod |he doo- tor, u ill doolori.do gromMOt 'l f ^ bad only kno»n whst* I wit libont, I would httaj takin • borth io the pcot- tintiirj in pnferenoo to a ooantry don't balio-re Ihtt lh«ro Ii anything of | inrporltocaj tht ratltaM with tha colonel Hejqgk<;c£.»ull enoogh aboa, I ••• him jMlerdaj-iod araoh roads j Then, tee here, Hrtld womaui, I don't) at all f«auj tie Kisa of 'teiring JOB qnits alone I' 'Whit ekoold hamw me V asked tbo womsn m-rj. 'Don't bo hyprooriticil, John. loo know joa tro thinking of tbo tweira milu. mot not of mo. Bat, praj, oonaidcr what dcltghtfol bot panoh Mrs. Bit l*ba,w* will hnwo ready for jou. She >lw«pa does, yon know.' 'Yei, aba ilwijc doea,' aaid Dr. Somen, rising Irom bit Nit, and lUmp- in bis boots in that provoking miion Use Cuhioo. wbiob ia snob total distrac- tion to oarpeli. 'Where is lay ovor- eoit? Deaoo liko the thing. King the bell, Annia, if ran pleafb, and let me heir i f poor Itollo his been bronght out. Be bias been ten miles ilreadj to-dij, tod he'll hata this tramp aa Ido. J Tho maid who insswered the bell re- ported tbstt Ibe dlootoi's horso was ready md walling, suid, tfter fretting and fuming a little more, the dootor bade his pretlj wife good bye, and set ont He told her to be tare and tike care of hersell, md of tho aweot roae- b'od, fist asleep io it s orib, and Mrs. Somen promind to do boti. But as she stood on the piatiia, snd watohed hor hmband tide off in the grey win- ter twilight, with rosadi of two feet mad below, and i sky threitening snow aboTO, she ceold not help thinking it wis he, and not herself, who needed to take oire, she almost wished that old Oolonol Brsdihiw h»d been more oon- siderste abonl the time of hia dying. •Poor John,' she staid, half aloud, and then lbs tumid back into the bright little sitting-room, -where ahe pitied him mora thin ever, at tight of his easy ohair and diioaarded slippers. It waa s hard one, and a dootor was a pdblio alawe, thought the dootor's wife, a little indigtitly, and this indignstion sensibly inoreiied srhBn the looked at a tolnms of'Very Hard Cash,' which her hnibavnd had btscn reiding ilond to her for aeweral oights, and wbioh she had oonnted on his finishing thtt eren-j iagi Tha aright of tliebooli also brought to faermmd the refaliittlon o f tba faot ftlt she Wonld hwfrttii^ tW ««en »< •]«•»,. % J»ei a X^Mft;',f»fcei of I tnm weie^oajtag j?||fc.fte «w»ao»t MS flit •weitber &&$&&• fo -jnuoh pbrwjs nptthiBasilt toolfthor i aewui l wo»in. howe/er, ,ud '^ftsed tbs pr6«|«of veiy- qnietly. Yfliea pMi 1 JohVwM \plodding along in I ho oold tad w•^, she fiirtrinl^liilflgri^httft oomplMo, beoause *0 w*»' ih;o»m on. b,cr qw» powers of eotertnismtnt for^ jint-Jej eTeiing, .go, wjnlo 4*jligb^ laated.she certainly thought tuoio of be^hnsbmd, bat when tbo, ibavdea of night b.arlabao1ntelx fallen, sbo tegsn toffiiaali^eofVerself. T,ne doctor's bojiae! .jras eitmletd just on tbeont8kirI»oftihe.BinillT|ltaao of, V——, and, although erery ono ssid it was a lovely situation, end command nd_» oharming view, jet it; wis oesxtawly quite isolated, njnqft the ne,ar$fit aetgh bor was 4]3l«n( ne_st}y, if not tjuite.a quarter of a triilo. The dootor wu a joung min^ jsi^ a small family, bis future all bofore him to nake, and his qeans modorate, so It n?oelBBj. followed, that his hoasebold JUaata^rflill, u Well aa hia family. In- Bood, in that luxurious region of the country, people thought it very etraogo that the dootor's young wife, wh-o tbroo years before, hid been ilio prettiosi hello of a neighboriag count; BILOUW |.O able to keep houio with only three sorr- inta. Bat she hid good priollosvl sense, though ebe had boon a bello, this daintj, brown-eyed littlo oreaturo, and alio laughed and went her way, ind mm. aged so oleverly tbat 'John,' &.£ lout, nover dreamed but tbat three servants were qutto enough for the munesgo of a king. Yet these three servants in emergency could not be rolled on for muob aid or protection The cook was a hysterical person of the ravtng, distraotiog kind, who re- tired to her own hooso at night, barred and looked herself io, as If a bo wis gbing to stand a sioge,and had owon been known to refuso to open tho door when ber mistress' voice demanded admis- sion. The half-footman, half-bostler of the establishment Blopt quitoooct of mil in a room over the etiblo, and a mul- atto girl, who, waa nonio md parlor maid in one, ooonpied a small cSresamg oloset adjoining hor miatroaa' cfctambor. This girl wu very bright, ury pretlj, very fond oi the baby, and coaatequont- ly a great favorite with Mrs. Somirs, who, whon eho oame in after a wrhilo lo oloao the ahutten and prepare tio room for toa, began to take hor Into tier con- ndeooe. 'Your master has gono may for tho night, ftoee,' she said, 'and wo will bo all alone. You most be aore aand look to the fastenings well You also belter tell Joe to sleep in the dininc room. I don't fool at all afraid, bot John ilwaya likes blm to do io.' 'Joe's gono to see bia wife, ma'am; abe'a siok and master told fiim ho might,' said iloio, with the lacstter lo her band. 'He lof* after dinner, and aaid as how be didn't oxpoot to get back to-night.' 'Indeed I' said Mrs. Somen, a littlo surprised. 'John did not mention tbat to me. Who brought out hit bono (his afternoon V •Oscar Giles, ma'am, lie wans hare trj to' 'To see yon, I sappose,' added her mistress wtth a langb. Well it can't be helped, I luppoao. Doxx really everybody tocma to ba gotting sick all at once in a moat accountable manner Put up tho bar i t the front door, Rao. It is very bsd weather, Ii it not V 'Dreadful, ma'am,' ROJI ictsworod. 'Snowing m d ulcoting, both together, ind freeiing, betides. It's io iwlnl night for mistor to bo ont.' 'Poor John I that it la,' amid Mrs. Somen, with a eigh. But iheca it »u tome consolation to think tint John tru used to snoh oiposure, and probahlj did not mind it mncb, and thtat Mra. Bradahaw'a punch wai prorworbially good. So sho stirred tho flro, sat dowo to tbo absent John's ohair,md plunged into the absorbing history of Captain Dodd'a fourlcon thousand poun<3»,wliaro sbe remainod until tho tea-lray and lbs baby were brought io together. Whon sbe took her solitary suppor, IFtoso lit down on the hearth-rag, with tho deli- cate little ten months old girt io hor lap. and ajkod her mistress if abo bad heard that Will Peters bad brokon out of jail. Mrs. 8oS6f» had Dot heifJ taia inlel ligonco, and sho was very mutsfa intor ested and exoitcd immediately. So Rosa forthwith went into t derailed id- connt of how it was anpposed to biro happened, and how muoh o-worybody was alarmed, since. \Yon see, ma'im, Dobody known where bo'll Inr-s up, or or who he'll bo murdering ncjsrt I\ \Good Heavens ! Of course not I\ said Mrs Somers. \A oremtare like that at large—why, is terrible ! Rots, yon should not have told nae The mere thought of such i thlog mikes me foolish and frightened botla it once '•8'poso he wit to get in hens to-night aid master iwsy 7\ \Hush I\ cried Mrs. Somen*, with a shudder. \Beally if I ba«3 known this, I believe I should havo boon ab- surd enough to send for Unola Goorge to spend the night with me; but it is too late now, lor there ia nobody to go to town after him. Givo mo tho baby, Rose, and clear awav tho liblas. I do- olaro this is lorriblc—aboot Potors, I moan.\ Rose Bhook her bead lugubriously, as sho olearcd away the tablo It wsa o»- ident tbat somo depressing lovfluenco— tbo cook's, probably—had been at work on her, and so subtle aro suob. influenc- es, ibat sho in turn, affected her mis- tress. After tho tray bid been carrod off, and Mrs. Somers was slorto, she be- gan to take herself to task tborot fooling so uncomfortable. Yet it might havo been some consolation to ber to know thct a good many other poop»to, muob better defended than Bhe was.wero ovon muoh mora uncomfortable than sho was that night The man of whom Roeo hatd spokon —William Petora by nimo wss the hero of a tragody that had shocked the whole country only a few soeis before He had been an epileptio ill his life, and the disesse was known to bavo af- fected |bis mind, bat people thought him only a Jinle \foolish/' aand gave him accredit at all for any poaaeiblo ma- Honanoy of disposition. How mistaken the* w«e i n this ecmoluaton, events at last proved; as ovenM,in similar caws haw* ollon proved bofot« t \ v Although hewts aTuaroeo. »ao, ho led » windering^erratio kind otlife.and had not been- heard o£ for soyeral weaki until one. da; bo entered a ntiigbborV honss,wbore„bei oihibitcd,* anttjp kntfe, Baying 'bat xko b.ad oaetttMilled to a bigb missiqn—thatof killing all tha ohlldron In the ouuatrj, Tho people, who were icqustamed to hia m|d, oiinleja talk, laughed at him, and this laughter, contrary to it* naaal want, immediately enraged him \This ia how I will do it,\ be laid, and laying hold ot a child standing near,tn a moment tho keen blade would have put a n oud to ita life, if tho star tied lookers on had not promptly inter- fered The frightened, unwilling vio tun wis summarily talcon item bun, but as thorn wero ty>o or throe atoutinon on the prouii&e^ ttioy felt no, four oi tur^ ther violonae, and with o<ilpablo caro- lessnoss, aufferoil htm to depart, still oarrjiogthc knife and swearing veng- eanoo. He wont direotly to hia own, houso where bis family, consisting of his wife and one child, lived. Dpon his ontranqo h e laid violent binds QD tho latter, and when the terriGcd mother interfered, a desperate etruggle ensued, in wbioh mother and child wero barbarously slaughtered. Having aooumptiahud this, bo built n large ifuneral pyre, aud laid tho bodies thoroon, going, however, to summon bis neighbors and friends, preparatory to lighting it. X'hoy were at first simply incredulous of bis story, but yielding at last to bis ptus'iasiona, tlioy found tho horriblo talo truo in every partionl ir. Of oourao oe.was immediately taken, into custody, and confined in tha jail of V less for legal trial than as> a plaoo of so ourity, until ho could bo. uont to an asy- lum for the inaane. With all tho details of this story freahMn the publio tniud, it may bo im aginod that iho good people of Rots county were not a littlo panie-strioken to hear tbat tho murderer was once Basra at largo; and lhat Mrs. Somers ahivcrcd au sbe sat i n hor oosoy rootn.by'.hor fire. Sho looked down on tbo littlo head neat- ling agilnst her arm, and tho baby lips stmited at her with tbat awoot, angeiio KTjjilo which wo never see, exoopt on baby'a or a saint's faeo. It wu a very pretty child—parontal authority apart, thero oould bo no doubt of tbat—a child allowing already ita mother's graceful features and soft brown eyca ; but ir sho had been tho ugliest oreaturo in oi- iatcnoo, tho strong mother lovo would not have thought with i mto,htier throb Chit tho poor murdered woman had dons well.aod that death itaolf oould bo glad- ly mot, and bravoly borno tor ita sako ! After a whilo Roao oimo baok, and reporting that tho oook had retired to hor own fortroas, waa directed lo mala all fast for tbo night With the thought of Pctcra wifidly before her, tbora waa oo danger of hor failing in regard to any of tho bolts or bars ; so Mrs So: era did not accompany bar oo the tour of inspection, but remained in tha lil- ting room until abe returned. Tbon tbo •looping babj was given to her obargc, and conveyed away up stain, leaving thedootor'n wife to the enlivening pros- pect of bor solitary ovenlng. Of course eho took up 'Very Hard Olih, 1 and be- gan Io road ; but, in ber prawn! mood there was somcthioE swalul and ghast- ly io those dreadful madhouse loanesv and ahe lelt herself becominu: so tonal bly influenced by thorn that abe waa, at but, obliged to pot tho volumo down Sho tried a littlo musio, but eierytbint^ around tha houso wasao profoundly still that tho chord* uf the aiuo sounded aontlurally loud and startiiag in hor- eirs, aod sho very soon givo up tbo at- tempt. Tbeo abe got bor a*anng, a littlo piquo akirt„whtch 8ho wui bra'd- ing, aod fell lo work very determiaalel) . but it waa dreadfully dull, she foand this working in utter ailenoo, with no- body lo read or talk, or oven to give* that aeose of sooioty wbioh a elioot companion oan afford quite aa woll aa a loquacious ono. She yawned, and look - •d al Iho elook, and woodcrod wboro poor John waa, and if the colonel waa really dying, and if Robert inherited tho estate, and if Mrs. Bridshaw made tbo punch as good aa ahe should havo done oooAtdoring that John bad just had snob a long weary r do ) and if tboy had heard about Peters at the Oaka, and where Peters •*« ?n thia wild night of storm, aod if bo Would kill anybody else, bofore bo w u taken, and various other entertaining things—un- til,at last, sbo oan<rht heraeif absolute- ly nodding over ber nood)» ; and, roua tng herself with a laugh, began io think tbat sho might as well go op stain. 'I'll tell John what a tumble failure my evening baa been,' abe said to her- aeif, as sbo folded sway the pique tkirl closed her work box, and pat thing! a little to rigbia bofore leaving tbo room for lbs night- After this she lighted s chamber lamp, and took her doparturo Just as sho roacbed the head of the staircase wuic h led from tbo lower to tho upper ball, her aitontion was attract- ed bj the half open door on ber right— the door of Iho pucst ebambor, and remembering that it might bo easily reaohed by tho sloping roof of a lower piaiza, \he ootorod it to seo ii Rose had (sstcnod tho windows proporly. 'I know I am shamefully foolish,' sbo thought, with i gcod deal of self-apolo gy j 'but it is on baby's account, not mino.' 0>i baby's account thcroforo, sbe went round to eaoh ot the windows,and fastened tho abutters, os Rose had en- tirely forgotten lo do, putting down ber lamp tbe- whilo on a toilet table. This toilet table wu just on a lino with tbe door of a oloset next tbe fireplace, and whon she turned round, after scouring the lost ehnltor, sbe noticed that the flame waa fliokoriog as ii it had been blown by a strong current of air. Sbo looked abont for a cause, and ssw tho elosot door slightly sjrr, Tbis startled her, for she was almost euro that sbe noticed it when sbo came io, and that it bad been tightly oloaed. But sbe rallied immediately, and, think ing tbat of oourse sbo must hsve been mistaken, wslkod forward to shot snd look it< Shut it sho oould, aod did, very readily, bnt locking it was quite another matter, for the key was gone.j She looked everywhere for it, on the tabJeMo.tb.e'bttriitt drawer*, bnt it wu not to bo found. S>« waa oqniU dent tbat it bt,d been ^ts tba lock only tha day before, but now lit wag »u-. aang h|i tuyaMry, certainly pot * very great one i n itself, putted »ud annoy- id hef'tnore than it would ba easy to eay, Sheatoodatill, and looked at the door, telling hcrtelf that it waa voty, verv singular, If she oould only ha\e muo op her m\nd to examine tho olos- et, all wonld havo boon over ; but thia WW exactly what she oould not do Sbo was a bravo woman, aa brave as women go; even roorothau brave, when strung up to a bigli pUob. by sown great omorgonoy; bnt liko many, indeed, wo may say, hko wost, of bur sox, she oould taoo a roal danger much raoto riptdly and QUO); tha,u sbo was ablo to meets, yaguo torror If abe had boon aura, or bad oven had any good grounds for suep.ootiug that this dloao.t was thovlurking plica qf eoouQ burglar; or' iniduight mnrdotcr tbo odds aro twenty to one that iho would havoflung the door open, and faced .him 'undauntedly. Bat so far front that reason, probability, every- thing north listening to, declared it oortatn that tbe olosot was as empty as tbe room on wbioh sbognod, ana fool- ing tbis, sho also, lelt a positive incapac- ity to oveicomo tbe ball' superstitious dread that, bold her from oatistyiog horfolf on tho point Of oonr&o, if abe had been strong minded, or bent on controlling herself, sbe wonld havo done so; but with all hor undoubted fund of resolution, sho bad nover set herself in guard over horsolf. So Fear oatriod tho day against Plook > and, liking up ber lamp, lelt tho unoxplorod oloset and uoloolted door behind her. Wcon sho roaebod her own obambor sho fonnd tho baby fast asleop In Its orlb, and Rose fast asleep on tho floor. She wakod the lattor, and bade hor go to bed.whiob tho girl vory sloopily did, vanishing in the littlo baok room,which was ber doinloilo, whilo Mrs. Somora began tho ploasant labor of disrobing, exchanging hor dross for a robe do cktunber, and oombiog out tho abund- ant lengths of hor hair. She had uot ruoro than aooompliahod this, whon the occupant uf tbe crib stirred rcatlossly itnd gave ovident tokona of an inton* tfontoory. Tbo littlo lady, bowovor, thought better of this injontion, how over, whon aho felt tho light, aoft much ot hor mother's hand, and hay- log extinguished tho lamp, Mrs. Som- ers sat down in tho Qlokorlng firelight to indulge In Ibat low lullaby whtoh babios fiko—or worn to liko—bottor tbon any thing ulao in tho world. Sbo mado a lovoly picture as ahe sat thero iu hor bright saarlot dressing gown, hor rich brown hair all unbound about her shoulders, and tho white drapories of tho,baby oradlod in hor arms, softly rookuog to and fro, sod singing hut lit- lis of M her breath, tho osxjuislto ora- dlo aoag irom the 'Prinoue.' She had a oh arming yoioo always, and It nover sounded bottor than as ahe wont over and ovor again the Jlnt vorao • -' Bweel and low. aaevt and low, •Wind of the Western 1*4, law, low, breathe and blew- Wind ot tba Weaiarn ita I Over tba roltlog w atera go, Ooma from tha dying meoo, and blow. Dlow blm again to ma ; Whilo 01; little ona, whit, my proltjr on* eleapa \ Sbo waa ropoilia^ It for perhaps, tbo third time, and thinking of poor John, who wu by this time aafely housod froan tho cold, and not at all an objeot of oomiaiaiun, when eho was startled by a shsrp cltek, u If a hand had touched the boob of tho door. In a momont abo was all aliro with keen attention, dis- trusting her Car, but hatoning \lib all her might, though sho had prcaeneo °' mind ooough not to ooaao hor suug. Sho wu sitting with hor back towards tho door, and she alto had solf onotrol n«.'t to turn round, but aho lonkod up to a largo mirror ovor tho niaoul, and tu tho reflection, thoro aaw tho knob elowly turned ! Hor heart gave ono prcat leap into hor throat, and a spaam o( terror, liko an ioy ohill, seemed lo a. t- lie ovor bor, but ttili sho did not turn, bot wane stoadily 00 to tho next vcrao : \Sleep aod rest aleap aod real, Pathar will ooma to tboo aoon, Il.al,traat on motlaer'e braaat, Pathar vitl ooma lo thaa aooo; Palher will ooaae to tha babe In the Deal, Btlrar ealla all ont at tha Weat, Under\ tba ai)v«T- mssti; Sleep ma littlo oaa, aleep, my pretty ona eleop.\ Before aho (Inishod; aho saw that tho door w u opening «|ow); but surely And, while word nflor word dropped from bor lips, sho was thinking, with the lightning like tli ui/lil of diro omor genoy, what abe oiuld do. Escapo there wss none. Thomly di or of the apartment opened into the small droistog elosot where Roao slept, sod which was entirely wilhont any moana of outaido egress. Tbo windows wnro barred,and were,besidea,fifteon foot from tho ground ( OonefWc*/ nrxt week.) papers WttiohhadbMn fonnd npott bin When fas knew the oown>aiitlir4»-oli^f had refuied hira olontosy, thronih Oolonil Valniia ha appaalei to Waih. ingtonhjlat. him ba ahot, a soWtia^i death, andJvoot\lo pwrnU linv. W was tab, as a felon upon, tha gallows, , €i). on«\ Talmage, wbep h e stated, thia w|l to him,Minr«d hutf i t would be granted Stjry effort wu made, by bia offioeri and ndi, to induoe tha granting. Of \l* never. Ii *Aud. auv aua. ava tauvw rrquelt, ont in vim my life,' said Oolouol Taltuije, 'bayal had impoaod upon me so punful a duly an commiMiioattag thia dot to th» young iud gallltit otSoer;. Ho aaw tn) embimsattun* mi feelingi, and, rilluft fromh|iseat,said. 'Colonel,t think you for tho generous intcteit you hut takon tu my oaso It has proved of so \I am fiono tho IMI gratoful' rW^^*5^T^Ej^ , V^ SSlI •aa^piBSHaa^] avail, yot Ho paused a uiomant, whon \ho oon» ttnuod 'It is hard to dto, and die thus, My tltuo i s short, and. X uimt employ it iu writing to my lamily, and'I uiulit request tbat you will see my leUora' (oW warded to headquarters,' I promiiod) when he oxtendod his hand | aud,gtap- ing mine, asked 1 'In tbis our laat pitt- ing, or shall I m yon to-morrow r I told him i t bad boon mado my duty |t> Snpetintend hit) oxooution ' Wo will part at the grave,' he aaid, and, cover. ing hia faoo with his hand*, sank, lob- bing, into his ohair. WAUIUNQTON USniNSS UtM8aU,l\ 'In oonvdrsattou over tbo ineaa-tiblo, at VVeit Point, some covoro rcuiitka upon tbo oooduot of Woshiogton, in hanging Aodro, esoapod Hamilton. Ho said, wirmly, that it was oruolly unjuit, and wonld assuredly sully the fututo fame ot tho Qonoral; tbat ho felt ig- grlotod that the ardent lolioitations ot hit.ituff, and uioit ot tho field offloers, In tbo unlbrtnnato young man's bohilf, had boon so littlo regarded. These ro marka rosohod tho oars of (ho Grenonl Wo wore not aware of tills, until tomo waoks mbssqueutly be summoned his staff to bis proioaoo aud itatod tbo Uot: 'You will rouiombor, gontleman, that Captain Asglll, who wu a prisoner, md sentooood, by lot, to dto, lo retaliation for tho oold-bloodod murder of Oaptlin Halo by tbo orders of a Uritiah offioor, You, and many of the otBoors of Iho army, interocdod to savo bia life. Hia oxooution was, ID oonsequonce, reapltcd- Tho heart rending appeal of hia tnelhar and slitera, oommnnioitod to me in letters from thoso high-bred and aooom- f ilishod women, determined me t o Unity n hia oaao, and ho was pirdonod. Im- tnodlatoly upon tho booli of this pitdon camo an Intriguo to eedueo from his duty allosianoo a maior general, dlitln- gulshod for aorriocs'apd oapaoity, ind Major ^RvjTP I* tbe iostrument to oarry oat tbis Intrlguo—to opmnjunl- oale their plans to tbo traitor, and to oooaummato tho arrangement. Thos* plana wore to solse, treaohsroaaly, tbo ponoo of tbo gonoral commanding tbo Amorloan forces, and oatry bias a pris- oner 10 tho enemy's boad-qairiara Lenity t o tbti man would have bun a blgh crime against Congress, tbo limy, and the country, wbioh oould not have boon Justified. I regretted the neces- sity as muob u any of yon ; bat mine was tho responsibility, not yours. Its boing a painful doty did not mako It lesa a doty. Not mine alone, but the sifoty of tbo army depended upon tbo diaohirgo of this duty—a duty rooog- nited by all unions in olrillxcd warfare. I fell it auoli; I dlaohargod it aod I am ealh-acd with it. I hope I am an- potior to any apprabenaion of the future for a faithful dltoharga of ,in import- tivo duty ' Waving bli hand, hoiiado us 'good evening ' WABI1INOT0N NOT PLBASAMT OB (IB NIAI* I board this narrative many times, and with Its eudtog tho wb.to koroblef about tho old man's neck at >s looaed, an ' th moialuie from his o%ci told lhat Iho faolil W \ \ lll , u l , h ,° \\\\.\i' 3 ' -r..... J._ . ''ll snrvlvod. Ho would a 'Inoot 'Washlnutoo hard mun T^aolullonai •>ower no , He iiovn. In tba Misting of any wlwiia MtMl of eHty. rha'attlet ragoVliy oCbuj own* Wivait «lkari|a*tt\WU oUtiw* ilk «vasryffkUx«JMiiieta4 wtUi hit Jffla aaysa|«,it;wa«f^.Ais;^rt(rth i«.l •krtwasisl ioiU^oat, u3 BO* beNOM o f II pmliariVcat lowing** pKpartiaa'if boavrt, Ihathaa|p^Uw»dti«nIgl|. qnatliUasof tbo hint la oarWaly Iris ^bnt-fotwliats tniy wart worth thlwayi —»nd ntltknr quility.of haid or aaiik oroated » rwejudloa wblahtoulcX )Ul blm to •»«»• aaV naglaotof duty er-l lakity of await. H* Waa tot wllhoWl hfitttt, U\ islwaa tlow t o ba »o»ad, mad nawet so ttoewtxd M to v?arp, or obseuri hilt jndgiwttt, or tntu««)oat«i dUebtrt* oMtii duly. v } UX&VUk \VA8HIKarOrt KOI A» AMIla BM WOMAK.* ' * 'Mrs Washington waaltu araltbli Ihatn her hwubnuti, and at tlmta wou 1 sarily tin bia jutltaoti. Shi Beret\ got that, alio j^. wt)|,jt% ,j»,lt*»4.-., tnatio'dlilw. and would .aciii|titnes.a| ladt'to/psa nblrefy, tfetpiti' \mtm * to her hutfueod, who; nbtwltnatiu^hif 1 boro with bor with romtrkiblo pitioaci, idonotfemauiber av*V -tio bavo win! aowralWashingtqa'lfiagbiirQniellinii a. faint imile would tioa;o hli faat,»n^ bat' very soon they returned to'tbo leditoneu and gravity oi expr«Hl(|n ootmnon to thim; tad though (lit rarely btlgjhtontd with a lutile, the were never diformed by a, tVoyri rhoto m iu their expression * ftxU indioatlvi) of hit obiraoter, a purpoit settlod ind nniKeribta. Of all tl c men thtt I have ever known,- Waibio| ton waa Ittsa only out who mver daieind od Irom lh« atilti of bia dignity, or t i lautod tho atustetlty of bit bearing, it baa boon said thtt he swore at Qsaeril Ohttlei Uae at tho battle of BrtndJ wine. I could novsr hive it lutlj ootioatod. He asked nottedly df| Qonoral L.eo ov what ill-tlmod nlitike tho duster nil oooured whtoh wit forolng bis retreat. Its* wis a pinion ate, utl nan, md disliked to Htvi andor Washington's oottmand, He had Hired with dlstlnellou in tbe British irzny in Kuropo, ind fell, In adopting tbo oause of tbo Oolnlu. hr should have been proffered the oblef ootnrrjind. Tbora bid been an intrigue at Philidnlnhii, headed by Dr. Ruih, aided by otbetf, to prtjndice Oon|rtap agalnit the ooniuiandqr.ln-ohltil—10 have hltnt dliplaood, that Lea mlglii auooood bim, If Waililnpjton wait atwirc of this, It nover eioipid him to any of liia military family t and otij- talnly oewor Inlluonoed hit oonduot toward Loo, fot he had his |retat military aalwayi jawo blm tho position whore thi J moat honaar wu to bo won, Leo'i reply j to Wuhingtou was violent, profane, j and Iniolont. He aaid to Genoul liifayolto that lil» reply wu: 'No nun, can bout of pQiisulpg mora of lliii damned rasoally virtue linn youriolF/' Ho WU aarrsited, oourttmttialsd, ino>i by i u diatraa lutnandtd ona wait fro* ] oommindL Ho osvsr rslurntd to tlik\ servioe. but rolired to ibe Interior Of-j Virginia, and lived In great aooluiloi \ aotil his death. • Otnoat 00a, Malar *« \lilflfetS taaak , tvaabaa StW 1 afw* .•aptajpalt !UvS«it:^ t« UN ltts sajai itaa|ia,o^M > ^sa*l ^^ Oa a>MhMa«iaaa MraratiaaaW asaaaan; >aaa» MaaaaMyat^aai^tlaaaratMWfpair aaatvUilaaa aaaialaillauw. kitiaaaarrt Sat Mats taaafjbasr aaart tktatyai ayaia lataaa at aaiaa, aa< ht aa-. Tba jWUhwta rOftrra*ts«Tl|kt|a taaH ear yiart* ^(•e^s^vjjtfaaajat^ l»ay ibaa —*> I, Ha w«ast L vriha«a >aa>a«a* •* awt.vNet^ia.^larti.iw'iat.tiai.lira ^lIo'aUV-Kotlvai.-a^i-^^u^ ^^ijja, I..WrST™wa Washington and Andro—Lady Washington—Androw Jaokson- \Frosi llamorin at\ Fifty Vtara,\ br IV. II. Hparka, at* I^ialalaoa. OKOnOE WAsniNUTON AND UAJOa ANDnt. Oolonol Bonjamin Talmago was a distinguished officer in tho Amoricao army of tho Revolution, and was a favorite aid of Washington. It was ho who was cbargod with tho painful duty of superintending tbo oxooution of Ma- jor Andre, who snfferod aa a spy. Ho wu a tall, vonorable mao, and though oumberod with yoars, whon I koow him, wu activo and ooergotio in attondiog to bis bnsinesa. By his own beartbstono 1 havo list- ened with eager interest to the nsrra tion of Andre's capture and execution. He was opposod, with Alexander Ham- ilton, to the banging of Andre, and al- ways contondod that it was not cloarly established tbat be bad oomo into tbo American lines as a spy. Andre, when oaptnred, woro his uniform aodor an overcoat, whiob concealed it, and the papers found on bis person only proved that bo sought to debtor them to Arn- old. Tho day before his execution, be solemnly declared bis only objeot was an interview with Arnold, or, should ho fsil in thii, to contrive to sand him the; •aaa^^'^'t^i^ ; #i^ .,, • , **BtM0,r^taaJi.^..»(a|aJ«^v' : t--'-'^V\ ..\ ;»>«>llllfri «rareW**t»*»-*- tliaiisif. 3--'4;-/V' ;r \ ' . Bciiaiai Oiottf atlva liaw at lass, tt»> lau . 4aaefa.)U^s,v*w - ., .'. ; ^ >,i;,i; ..;.„, ... IM'i. yeMoiHi»BeBa^,^ii|liil3t , '^^Ba % -.' yaWiMdvlUWtlatrrWatthtliiiltwSit - •aaadltU baalaw l»i| W aVa ia>rwailat liSaias- . ^kUKUWa'.^«)rei'fta>-aa^wi^ »i»UH«r*Wt»rWe*^:a^UwwW. Hi ;aa*ta«'. - ^.aiuji^i«avjjiu, : ' .'- t , •*•;;,»*. .;• >•>'.*- , :• •eimdit, •3«itiMi|ii»,..itiujrMnt;,iHilWlt>a»-• WMi,^b«oaa^aVtatalarri»ia. , -,-.„. H»»»t»oa Noiioii-Oa» latlw «aa« t * , - HOS.IWI or pi^rai.yirt7 aiaMl lafiltiaaJttiti -at realty aaMeW to the uitaMaaaaai^VHMarW '•tlaa, ;'•':'','(,'•' '•.''-. ISWJJBSJSBSMSaWsaaaaSjaaasaa^ ^ - THH ojuDHTD aMfomnhM REAM '' ' - - Dyolng and Olean^ig aaWTABa^nMBNTi TWa UunAid r*r4t aVsrM 0/ tfr aV«a* r«r* Oulrii RiUmi Diftt. On mil St., Oornsr or lUttlfc., (IROWKwRAOSO ROCIIKKTSHaFf. Ya ThtraiaUtla.otll.il »w Baaw auw Utfjavaa I inland olh.ra to to»»tarf»lt aar alraa, laaiUWal. «iM«nli,aajlatiu tbaaauroar halltla{,laaalf aajjOMiiaaaolnillTwIUiB^alUaatai uaaaaw attbtaagh sat aiiat. , 0tiM,trMka,0tikaaniat ritlt IRAWt. aaaa all tiMt oalotad Bilks aad .atatiaaai, altutaXariU oallaJiijtaUiaoloM. AUf, M4M sa«f OfStlwavt'i IfiHrevi Qf(mmtt, adoreraa. tin, WMI.O er OetlM OoiJs if awar d»*rla«Jaa dililalVaolaa^iadBaUba^vlttaMUaaittillraaeak! antlwtaaaaaiWitaraaa; .noo4<aia*klM«ir,aryT«»a4ay,thaita>J'ta«3rrt. .,,-„» .in.. „„....... i rujfe«. l Judgment wu There wai loss moment aflor con was a atom man—ho ., —flow to form opiulona or . but unco formed, there was under heaven 10 mov o bim. formod either until his oonrinocd of tbo right, ol impuine in his nature than io that of any man I over know. I serve d by bis sido for yean, and I nover saw tbo 'east manifestation of passion or lur prise. Ho reoeived tho Information of Arnold's troaohery with tbe same ap- parent indiflcronco that ho would an orderly's roport; aod with tho aamo lo- diflorooco of mannor shooed tbo doath warrant of Andre v 'This iodiffcronco was marked with a natural storone-a, whiob forbade all familiarity to all men. Rvsn Colonel Hamilton, who wax naturally I'aeollous. nevor vontured, during his long serrtoo, tho slighteat intitnaoy Hamilton, whom be esteemed above all men, snd to whom he gavo I ia cotiro confidence, always ooHorted in bis private inter- course, ss in his publio, tbe strictest etlqootte. This cool sternness wis natu- ral to him, and its influonoe was over- wbolming. The humblest and tbe highest folt it alike; inspiring a roipeot- fnlawo, commanding a dignified do- moanor. Ho was beat bolovod si 1 dis tsnoo, beoauao 1 ho qnalitios of tho man wore only present, and thoso wero purer and more lofty than thoso given to any otbor man. There is no ohsraotor of ancient or modern ilmos so ooniiitont as tbat of Washington. He wu al wsye oool, always slow, always slnooro. Thoro is no sot of his life oviooing the influence of prejudice. Ho dceidod all matters npon ovidonoe, md the unbias- sed oheraotcr of bin mi od ona bled him impartially to woigh thlr evideooo, and tbo great strength of him judgment to anslyio end apply it, l9e seemed to understand men iostinctlt'oly, and if bo was ovor decoded in any of thoso in oloso association with him,, it wsa Tom Jefferson. Burr bad not been on bis staff ton days bofore bo u ndoratood blm perfectly, and he very si o n got rid of bim. Of all Iho officers of the Conti- nental army Goneral Oreono w«s his favorite; aod bo was right, for Oreono was a great military man-—far superior to Washington himself, a nd nono knew it hotter than ho. 1 rem ember to have hoard him say that Greonac was the only man lo tbe army who oould retrieve tho mistakes of Gates and »avo tbe Southern country. Tbo result verified the statement. •Washington's Unity eiTsr axttadtdi AHEBIW JAOKiOR Gonoral Jtokion waa ont of thotox rare otoavtioni of oaluro which ippeie at long intertill to astonish and delight mankind. It icoma to bo sou led In Ilia. publio mind that bs was born in 8ouibt Oarolloa j but thoro Is no certainty o f tho fiou His early life wu vory oh- •euro, md ho himself wu uneertaln o f his hiilbplaoo. though bo belloved It wu Huuth Carotins. Ho remberoi thp renewal uf bU family from Souttx. Oaroltns, »od pan) of iho looidonti oC tho fir of the Revolution tr niplrlnaj thoro 1 bat more asnapially thoso occur- ing in Mortb Oarolina, to whiob tba* family removed. JAOKBON'B MDTlltB- Ao insodoto rolai ivo to bis pirlluBf frorn his mother in bia outsat io life* tlluatnias Oils as prouiloont in llio it- trlbuios of bis nature at that tliua Tho alitor btnrd him narrate thii af- ter hit return from Washington, wboi n 'a |ut term In the Preiidential 0OI0 .''. 'rvirod Whoa a Sjot , 0 on, 'B\'e l ° TonneiseaD the family wora' \\^ |o ths nsloh- torhood of Orcen'boro, North Oar- olios, ,.,,, '! IJHI ' eald he, 'ooolomplaled lb' slop for stomal months, md bad midas affau|ioss*njtsfog£ ^ »ad «t U»gl*a had iibi»itiod my rfWihoi's oonicntte* do it All my wt/'dy poods -wire law .lultars in my putse, ^qrq* oJotbi in uiy uaddlo-lisgs, a ptHl/^qpJ li,PI«» # saddlj. . ltd brtdU. Tho ooqplry ,1 wbioh i waa iiolne was oomparaliydly aildomcss. aod lbs trip B long 00 beset l.y many dirleulliss. eipHeiljlw, from lbs Indians. I foil, and to did my mother, tint wo wen parting for- ever. I kni* the would not roaill hew promlio : Ibtti was tooataafc ipaok ts. ber for that, md t>l* «•»«»* «' ^ H« gor 1 daj or two loDgw.* •!>•» 1 hid It tended. 'Dot ths time oome for ths' P>lefta1 parting. My mother wu a little, Junta py, todhesdsd Irish woman. 'We.-, mother, I am teady to loive.and I rousH ia/ fitswell.' She took my bind, tad presilog it, slid 'Pa ewoll,' and hir emo- tion oholced her. ' Klistng al meeting;- ncd patilnm an that day wsa no- si oumnioh asnoa. turned from bor tod wilkaxi apldiy to my hor-e. 'Ail- trsi mounting him sho eioat out of tho osbio wiping her oycS with her apron, oitno to tb e geMltnr overnlaoo at tbe fence. 'Andy,'wis? she (iho always called mo Andy,) yona are going to a now' oounlty, sod among a rough people; you will have to de- pend oa ymirioif, snd out your own way through tbo world. I bate noth- ing to give but a mothers adwioe. New- er toll a' lie, nor take whit is not yotti Own, DOC sno anybody for slander tar assault sand biltory., jtlwyticilkthem] catti ytmrujf.' £ proolMd, and Ihiwe tried lo kteptljat promjae, IroeWfl some iwo hundrsad yards lo a lute in tbe pitta, and looked biolt'i aba wiMiill IISBOIDK si ths fenoo md wiplo|.ba-i eyes, J. never aaw her mttft tlae»' Thoie who knew. 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