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Sustos mimtorjj, I\. Pratt & SOE>., D riLEBS IK FDItNITtJIUS, Ctiiu», GISM «od *Uro(ts8rj, N°- *3 Main fittoBt) we&t side, (near IMbrlfc?)AlMim- MTnge dc Cvntxln.51, F IRE AND LIFE 1NBUBAKOB Ageuta, Bain 3k.. cant aloe, OTerGrovoree lUsefion^ Boot and shoe awn. AlWon, N. Y. ><-*>«V EL. Waoa. «tf. L J- OlUim}%! ©r. J. 3By,.|Mm«^i|j Tv P HYSICIAN an4>Sws«OB-'.»,tlfio(l «W f STet|4h Salubary'B Book and Dru g Store. IWetuonoe, earner Bank and OHotoa atcejjta. sWiUPATrnc aniWfe»otl^Sg«cWip-$8ee'. IIap~aialrtl Baa* itreit.yjMo.nj h\ Dr. A• 3d. EST?Otte«!» H oSllEOPArUlO Pojcluiaa, I'raot'oal Pro-alclan iu Ciu^aio__FHsuasoa. •^OBWttaj!e,_tP_jj i i Dakota:] s. I -ta-id.) No SB Canal nlree^ Aiaifa.sr.T. lieffiey U. Saofok-dy A TTORNEY anil Ooonceller at Lttff»,nnd ^OBUce ..I ttia l'caoe. offioa, Usee's SKaw Bla&K, CM. 1U.I. a m CMUUSIM,, Albion.. 8. S-tSpeacpt-j- J FHTICR of tha Poaoe and Attorney at Law. Office IU Burrowa' BlocV,- noax the Uttak o f Albion. 1 a.-t.cutar attontlou gtvuo t o Collections and Draw* lu h - .'»eiio, ilortgagaa and ^tlior irtiilQisa. . •' -.L' ' • , Henry Armstroaag, V TTORNEY for C.aimaots. Offloe, KQ.S1HIU- roni' Block, Albion. IS. A. Bexanettj- PRODPCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. > X tifflca at Unrdlnoar & Loweri's Siun). lflt door wiit ..f iho Poin.mtr. Ciija; r.UBJ6\OR • ALL KINDS OF -PHOBtTCE. A GENT Clias. U. Hoss, MAS?. MITT MLIFE 1X8 CO NIAUAKA LIFE INS CO. it Notary 1' •>nicr Main na*i ( in*' p» • ten Al' on <7lt HIOLL£¥. Eddy k To*VBS©n<i, HJ!K>Y3 and CoB»*cll€»r» it Law, OIUJOS A EouT A I TV Holliy, If: Y. jfrOOi.ITTLE fc BTRAIGIIT OLD SDBIES, \VOL 39. $%$mmY 4, i87i i VqL/3<HNQ,W \'Her tfayi o*« fllf&Vitl. bomnly t»elt8, |ior heart with IOTS'S content; . \» fffearer *£« l*w, B5WJ onjojs, ww wis For trhst Htaren. hath not scat. • 8h«^kj,ou| ; Wwa.rftho porplo hills Tli«..6$8J&i&<> ripples o'or Uio BUXB, Ataii &* boBH-mmde cupel gay. A lonl serene, Ihroagfe cle&r, mild eje*, H05 bfti»y,gvse» forth; His ulftrica lOsmi than (pooch mora niso-, His smile a cherab'e mitth. BttQ cares oat many bioia to ro&d, •I$Bfrfe«cl^.i)n yfaJoateaJ I And, trammelled by 1 no Inrttial creed. Jter heart IwpLrea her lit a J. A houe-vpuQ Woof of IIOIBOIOM dsetlti, Her life nukcit Uttlo ihotr ; For worJa come harJl j lor her needtj, A.ad Qft'er like rtv«ni floir. AQd ne'er of dutj dot h tli« prnts, Bat atralghllt*y ^Jooi Uio deed Uost pCMied, n-hethor imall or greit, falQHiig tliut Lo VU'II need. * In b»byhc.Qd, nhiong Uer toja, And now, unW he r hociietiold i*»7\ She bnllds octduriDg toir«n. t And aow as than slxe glrtth joy Tit ait who attt h*rtlii«l! And Toel th\> r«iif»l hfttmooy Wbtch from b»r KoulUuth well, A* from * bmok tn leaf; dell, Or bird npon IU u*>t, Ur nhatao'er M hucae doth dw*U Uu Natuit'n IrjtMjUll brradt at BivdaB-'i^iooii ^^BtMt'r'Hdtjltiiigtf;; the Mmtk4s$mji is oj? 11 •'\>.'**» ii»o*.' upon liis. oampiitiiOA^in antprite'«&¥' affootion^to.wproiol). 'Jasporl* ha oxclairaeil, 'jou t# Btungtly. Do. JOB »nppg89 I h»V<!; Odllod yon fitionfl »n d blotter eo long and loved you so well, lo lo»» yon nowr I Dioant to bare nritton to my fathot conoetping yon and joar futaro, Jas- per, but bis auddon reonll, rooaivo.d yes- j torday, causea mo to retain homo with- out writing. J shall tolograph from Marseilles ttfat you will. oom« With mo. And JOQ will, Will you not? Ifonx will not abandon van, my-ftiond'f- I-will ohargo my^al? mih, j?ur fatur*. 1 otaot D ENTI STS: 0 >Tir-E IV THE (HH.tlT E BI/iCr. ortr \U 0» **ai k onolj N*Uoa*l !Ut>i K»tr*a6» on Bmk Eu**L arst tUir* t. „ « u rk d»*t >• Uii Boil >lAQQtr, and on reuoa* -, • .rnt , *»d full/ |a»r»oW«d ItCTU EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, H i- UOOLITTLB. J. A. aTaAiauT J L NORTHROP DENTIST TresfiUlian C*urtj THE BABCTPfET'S SOW. By Mn. HA&SIBT LEWIS, LUTHOR or TUE DOC • Li tirm t TR1 Bill.- ITr'B POBBltB, TUB 6VSDIM D UH.HT8, TLiE LA 1)1 Or K.1LOAKX. A 1.111 AT UTA.K-B, TUKUODXIOr IBOKSTB BTC, ETC , tTO. N O. i 4 MAIN 8 T R R K T I hoe Slot* All ill tt»-U« Pr«B»t A. CarcTul 4.tlcnttoa Ta«til HUMlttl «llko*t p«la b / th * OM 'if NVTUOfS OXYDEGAS D. HARDIE, QA.ua , PP BSK •1.- ^J.l'.' ; ^. ;i'. \.w dil- b iK ^. - • • . *I^ J l|ujMMlBn: aoirjad.'.fljtijjnpcl .35f5»llini> ^.* W »•• »W J $»fe-P<j!PivM>, ojj to^ald^b* Qapo .di Qallo. And.iti is «nly.!'avin mjlei ftpii. tb? G«po lo Palota\}.*'* ' • „ •\ \'\ '*-\j,i *?4.ftaaewa ftlfefllo.t^i». ^oftit- ire wotfo th»u .ai»sniy/it|g^%w|^ 33hos? coasts art dapgatouj.^eaBillar''' 1 io^o>' BauddejNxf as Si' «i>i^pj^.SiiVelAlc r ln contact with tho soft ses'apd.akj. 'But about' yout faftef, said Trosailian, vho had booonjo La Ani.-'Tio.-a T\ a f»«Uadb»i atapla* SCHOOL BOOKii, JttTtuUoi—cmbr4bin| the leading pablica lion* of !f*v York. Uo»ton had t*hlUdol- I h\i pubn*h«ri. M«L«ugbliQ'f Col- -rvi Pnmifi, t,i»«n Dooks i&d P»- y»r DotU. Tht BtanJaH Po«t*— ID librmxy Bad tiillqut bta-itDgi Harduig'i tilti jit* J Ftkin.lj bums Ntliua • tud Pott t Amerj'i Imeof *m*U Books, tod Tcati*nntji» l'r»/* od. \\ otu;. « li Ad DultttlJ Hon UllSta' )U« , LaJ.e!< w >»-l, Ufclt I •••it—Plai» «» d p. o«j. Tuun«( « Ctifi — Tarkcj roooo. im!t«*tua >nJ aiaclio — T irke j M^r .ce.i. RuMift. Calf, a n 1 imutHon wfcUe'i, purios, rti. t c^ktUn >>iy« Pirt u F bo-t LiiJii'i i ot u Ocuia' had Drv««ia£ r»ae«. Cliaickeri* rh'Xographh AJbumi, Back lumtnoi I3uu->i*. UuEumui-i l\ V vi| r»rds Hlll'i RUfki. Cr«o«lttU > Hnddtng Illook*. I Tory mi I l ompoaiaioD Titilfti- . Mi-tioholr Boio« , W or k HOIM, i^coich 1'Ui 1 Ciooi^ ( i; TO B, kM , Uuai a FCHJC. TrWi«p»rrn t Pl»lf| fclai L'tllf f PanCT t^...|« Alio, all iind B *..f SiaiiuBtry, Blank book*. Mil cel.nx^us bookf. Peni, Pencilf, nil i he Hocbtitrr dailiei, ih« ^e* V'l-'k Uilipn and wecklite, r^ceite«i I'lj i arly i n ]rr « f-r - ok rlndir| p *ap 'j ftttcoded 10 Remember H»r- dt« a Pti«t Offic# Jifw* Koom. Albion. F. Y June & Wilson's Boot & Sh.oe Store, R.«aa«vcd t o Otagh's Bloch, .Nil Td^lAlS .--TBEfT. CHAPTKK I. A tATirirL cATiiTiorna. A itild Btorm wms raging upon tho Moultcrranean Sea, near toe oloao oi a drear; Novembci d*<, and akj and wa, lerawere black nith the gloom of tbe sadden and (urionl tempest, btfor* vrbieli a aruall Miliog Teaacl wu sond- dingaad-r bare poleB. Her build aad tiding proclaimed bar Sardinian. 8h» waa'Tbo Gull,' Cavptain Varino maatsr, on hor w»j from Oagliari to Palermo. Slio bad on buaxd too a«amen, and (wo poasongoro Thcao paaaongen were Engliahmon, nbohad procated paiiago on 'Th« Gull' in Palermo, whence the, intended to embark L>T \U-amcr lo Maraeillca, tho i' Hotlng day Wlulo tbe Cap'atm and bis iNttatanta noTu attending lo their dnttea, tnd ox- iroBRinp apj rcbvuiiioia aa lo their aafetj, tbo iwo Kngl^hmati HuoJ apj»»rt, Wan- ing tgaintt the low bolwtrkt and inr vejitig tho wild acono aronnd iheoa. Tlicae men were both jjang, app*- rcnll) of ibo aama age, about thrus and trrtolj, bot cridoatlj (bay ware not of the ttu.a aUtiun in life One, the mote striking o( the tire wu irintocralic in tile boajing. tall. aieo4t-r and haud*-<oie, with a frank, aaiiliag mouth, a pair, of fearleaa bioe ejc«, tut under a aide aud masaira forth tad, and lawn; hair bloating back from bia f«ce. ISobla, ^ooarona and kind bear tod, ha bad to adTontaroua diapoaiilon and a daoutlite cunrage. Ill «aj (in; Treaailiao, the onlj ion and Loir of Sir Arthur Trrsstliao, Bar- ODOI, uf Tieailliao Coorl, Knglaod. ilia coapanioD preacntod a remarka- t>.« l.nu.biaiiH to l.iu, being ibjo tall and ilcador and f»u, »ub t_wnj bair aud Qjuuataobe, but bo bad Dot tbe fr-ik Muil>', the bright, foarliM look, or tlic jnjuoa apirit thai ohartetariiod j -ang Trcaahian. Y -nng ax le wa5 ht> had r^en niucb of the dark. a>do of Uo, and bit experiences had been aueb u lo do vol ip m bjra lome of the vorat qiilitice ol bit nature. He wa' Japier Lowdor, Ouy Troa- slli»u'» hired traroilmg sotxipaliion and t-foui Iru-od Tho tsrctiDg atad coDDoction of tbe tatn lu<i a loueh of roniaacc. Voung , 1 rr-t.han had spent four join in a I German univiuatty, wbenco bo had b*on graduated with bouor On icar- injihn university,in obodieoeo to hia j fa'h.r'a wrilleu comdiand, he had un \v Kan i. Bo71, Udiil ftJld Childrftn i. Wt.r- il nimnuip, • ' an- a,-,f.«t w, i, |,»m n « fr._ r . ' aa i I' TT Mr<|tll ' •«• 1 *.! tlflat C*Q l x bwtlajhl for afiJT'b'Sl* I'll ST 0 M W (l K h K WlIst'N . .11 VMlOOi) : How I.oal, How Rentored. fdi ! I>r Tb« K rr fi;v»n\» l l'«[.l- l i'iit.! E- Kvii.-«l c«r*> i*itboot m-).'f- » or Sjtf »ti*t .rrh^a , ir S.'mwM Wfa-i*** *n Hroiioal I •»*«*-», nnp\'-rt'*y. H*nt*'nnd lo d-ariu Iiivp«-'iliii , 'nl* !•> Murrtme, »tc ; n* ,ir\piti)n E(rU»p*j and fit*, ifijucf 1 hjr p.tifi> ,,r aaiinnl r^tivriian'\'*. • u •, Itvi Hf»i<>(i (>!»«•• I.»p«. r.nh iti cents. ''•'•lo V Author in Hn» admiral. * i-fa.*, • •>••>.. last rit^fl ('•Ot» * UltTaJr J\A'» \If •fBtful '•Hi th« asl»Tntt>f r-ttt f in- n —« f Pcf- i - t« i*»l T COfi! «'t l aittt 1^ - .lar)|f>ro-j« • u'.i'jt. nt a tn^ia? of cure a' mice i\ t •\ - 1*-: 'tis! M ITlUnt i.r ta-M<\ or»rj *•\ •, p\T»**I f ft'rt radim r lj . 1 - -*,ir» ah . %l \-i >»# in tb e hmid i \f • r»f t n <ti i n th* |*nd. 'raetltflMira |r»«» ttl « plBttl OH*\* > r*<*»in* if «(x i-*m» or two p»itA£0*tR<np< \!• ^II^ ' a|,*- - cms. j' r. ci4NK &ro. v rVBfifEw.m on .otrrflic* Bin *4M Errors ofToatb. A S3-1 L.^MRV »rho mlT^red for J-irfl from .\-I Ii.h..ty, r*-.p,lar ( Pucar .nJat! tb* • jtMil tn.ll-.-t Minn, will, for tho int o o • n-naiitj. »»ad fr«« t-» al! vita neH It ttia I 1 re--u«a for tn^klci lb * Rlmpli rcraeiiT LI *s« arp-l Fiirf.r.n, -rl-hlfig 1\ pr«S t .—tu«. «xp-ri«ofl. an do «a by addr^a- *r:ecl confuleno«. ™, J I1I?,B. OODEN, No 4S Oadir StiMl, Hair tort dtrtaken a tour o f tbe cunouioi mclus in^' tbo Mcdnemancin Sea, in oompanj viib one of hii lato lutura Thia gan tleman b. iut uaei^eiedly promotad to a profc.-eur-.hip , abandoned ircaailian at Baden, leaving biro to find acatber trareliiog oompaui »n On tha evening of the Tary day afitr this do»ertion, •« Gay Troasilian wu Bauntering through tboitreola of liadon, bo had rreen a»saait«d by a trio ..I Ins own c-omitrymen, til more or loai inundated. It m» apr-aront tbat 0,cy look bim foe another, and intend- ed lo wreak veog^nee upon bim. With- out allowing hito to epeal, they forced 1 im to defend hiniMlf Oay Was get t.up ibo wont o f the enofltoi, when i etftngor ratno running to his is.«iH(an<e, and in a few room en is tbo two bad pnt tho ruffians Lo flight. Tlii-* airanger who earn* 80 opportu- nely to Guy's a»iistaocti was Jaaper Louder. Dii resemblance to young Taessilian awakened in tho lattor a ro- tnnntio intoroi>t He qiic9tioood Low- tier, loarnod that lit wan poor and alone in the world, and took bim to his hotel Believing that tbe similarity of features indioatod a similarity o f tasto.n nnd /natures, ho GOgagcd Lowder as bis ( travelling companion, and tho pnst year \thoy had spent together n.oro liko bXthers than liko cmployor and em- ployed .' 'This Biorm ia « tegular LoTantor.' paid Lowder, clinging with both hands 10 the bdlwarka 'Do >oa think tbo craft will stand it, Treseiltati?' 'Ob, yea,' answered young Trossilian, piping tho salt spray from hia faoo 'The Oaplain knows Iho Sicilian coast perfectly. In two hours, or loss, we shall bo in the bay of Pnlormo. In tires hours wo shall bo di'mHlod in iho best room* of tho j hotel Tiroacria, ITI ,V I the be^t sorpor which Messor llacoen enn furnish. A.nd to morrow, al uonn,' be added, 'wo shall embark (cr Marsoiles io « MosaafieTieB etoamor.' , 'And from M arscilloe you will proocod to England and to Treasihaa Court,' said Liwdor, with some bitwrneBS. 'And /—what is lo beoomo of me ? I have bad a year of unalloyed bappi- nos', and now comes back tbo drudgery, the hopeless toil, the aDeiiotioa of the ttretohed old life. You picked me up will too iSit-yiin ob\tai# the position to which your talents entitle, you. You have no ties, to koop yoa on tha Oon- Jiboutr ,. / . ,: | 1 .1 A atrange oxrjteaafon passed over Jaapor Lowder'a faoo. 'JKo, 1 bato no tioa,' be aaid huskily. 'And you will go homo Tfith mo?' 'What will your fatbat jay to ipy coming V demanded Lowder. 'Ha will think your genoroiity* Qoiiotio Ho will diamiaa from bis Jiouae the hired oompanion who dares to reaamblo hia son—' A sudden lurch of the littla Ttaaol, a novo awaoping. oval tho dtok, intor- ruptod tho aontonoo. 'You wrong tnj fathor;' laid Ttoi- srlian, hii blue oyea kindling, whan tho vessel had righted, 'He ia tho no- Meet man in tho world. Ho will w»l- oome oy frionds aa hit own. You will lovo him Jaaper, aa I do, whea, you know him ' 'Ho doesn't stem vary affectionate,' remarked Lowdor. 'You baya boon away from your hone for five yoars,and ho kaa but juet rooallod yoa '•' Young Trculliaa'fl onoika flushid, as Lowdor saw in the lurid glow that momentarily lighted up the tampiat- UUUB soens 'You-know, or can gnats,.the reason, Jaaper,' be aaid, with eomctliiag of an effort 'My father has a ward, the daughter of an old friend.—Ah 1 hear that wind ahriok ! The galo ia inoroas- ing !' 'Yea,' assented Lowd{|t 'Aid the ward is MIM Irby—the\ goldan-halred Blanoha of whom yon kara talked so mncrs, and with whom yoa har» ax- changed lettera V 'Yaa. My fatktT formad a project to have ma marry Blanoka. Ha did not wiah as to grow np together, last no ahould learn to regard aaoh othor aa brother and (later. Whan Blaooho nana ts tba Coorl any father aom tne lo Gcrmaay. The night hafort I loft home, ha eailad ma into his library and told aae all hia hopes and plans for my fa tore, and entreated me lo eoutinno worthy of kit innoeeal ward, aad to keep cry heart par* for her. I have duae ao, Jaaper I hata never yet luved any woman. Aad yesterday I rc««i*«<i m« faihar'a lamoiona to Q0Q10 home. Be has reoailtd aa after Ire yoara of abacnoe. I kaow the wiak that Ilea nearest hia heart. Ho wants me to return md marry Blanobe. I ahriok from tbe proposed marriage. I draad going home. And 1 dread ol- feoding my falbar. arhora I lore belter than any womaa. I t li hard, Jaaper, tu rati It against the hopoi and plani of a kind and a generous father, whoaoi vary lovo for rao caoaii hint to arga oo this marriage I' 'Is ii V aaid Lowder dryly, and with a strange anile full of entering bitter 0049 'My eipaneoca hat been widely different form yours, Treajilian. Did I ever toll yoa of mjr father!' No 1 took it fi»r granted that bo ia dead-' Tcrbaps ho ia I don't now.' laid Lowder, with|a rcoklcta laugh. 'Bat if he u living, bo it a icouodrol Doa'l itart. Tionaihan, at my uollial apoeoh Wjit till you boar my atory. 1 am in a doaporato uiood to-nigbt This aiorm etira up all the bad within mo. Aa nearly aa I can discover, my father was tbo vuunger eon of a proud old couDly family—' 'You do not koow, then T askod Troasilian, putting hi* compaoion'a band. 'I have no proofs of it. All I pos- itively know i* thia My mother was of hnmblo station, prcttv, with blue eyes and an apple-bloasoan face, and tender, appealing ways. She was tbo daughter of a widow, residing at Brighton Tho widow, my grand- mother, kept a lodging-bouse, and ny father, a gay dashing young fellow, came to lodge with ber. As might have been expeoted, he fell in IOTO with hii landlady's daughter. Bo offered tbe young g rl marriage, on oondition loaf tho union ahoald bo kept a-torot ontil hift affairs brigbtcood and ho obose lo divnlgo it Tbe young girl loved him Her mother was ambitous tnd peuurious. The result waB tho lover bad his way, aad married the daughter of bis landlady qniotly, almost seoretly Then he took his bndo to London, to aheap and obscure lodgings, whoro, a year later, 1 was born ' ' The wind for a moment drowned hia voice. Aa it presestly lulled, lio re- sumed rocklesaiy, and with passionate bitterness : 'Vor years my mothor and I lived in thotio stuffy, obscttro lodgings until hor bloom bad faded, and sho bad grown thin and wan and norvous My father visited us at stated seasons, once or twice a week, but he novcr brought any of his family to call upon us. I doubt if his anetooratio relatives oven sus- pected tbo existenoe of the faded wife and son ot whom ho was Boorotly asham- ed. I have good reason to bolieve that he bad fine lodgings at tbo West End, where he was supposed to bo a baoho- lor, and tltat bo woot into fashionable society, wliilo my poor mother and 1 lived obsourely. tio waa a profligate and a roue, but bo had an air ot fash- ion tint awakoned my boyish admira- tion, and aroused my mother's affeotion- 6 to prido in him Sho was tlwaya • boding b> bo introduced to his rcli- lives, and to have hor son publioly ac- knowledged. Bo t my father'always put her off, saying that ho was not yo t ready. Worn oat and despairing, ray mother died when I wna fen years old \ Again tho wind shrieked past, again tho httlo voatel larohed, tbe sea iweep ing li\r dock. intonated in his campanioa , «, i ttoijyY] your mothers «ty,oa..LA;Upy hope. of. •> ^tr>y tmd luxuriouaJilo must bo retngnsl nowl'l At that-mpm'on'tbo boheU S ^atfc objattt at aiittlo' tTthfaOoetri HW mk Tho waves-hutlad th>? ebjoot ag\u{s.t .tho projooting head of a sunken, rook 'A<> the aatno tntant, Iiowdoj; rooogmi^d it as tho body of »ln»n., » > v « So crept toward it, and! the wat^ia daihad the body on the shore at Ijis !fe«t, ,• He »Ut hu handc on the? faoo How oold and wot it was 1 It felt like tba fttba of a doad msn t Lander's fin- ill. tho \What did he do afto't aaathr 'I remained at tba old lodgings with out ajnglo old (orvant e montji or moto, my ftth,or waiting ma eot/eral time8|and exprosiiog anxioty aa to what ho ebauld do with' me. A (rook aftet'my motfeij!(( death, be told mo that hii brother m* doad, A month later, his father waa killed by boing thrown-3tom hia how. My father came into riob^ind honors by thego deaths. At last, Raiding to rid himself of me, he took ma down to Brighton, to my old grandmother. Her ions vera dead ; she bad given up keeping lodgetl. aad waa growing mil- erly. Jie protntaod her Ire handrad poundi a year to keep me, and to keep alto the seoretof my paternity, lolatnn- ly promising to acknowledge mo iome day is hia eon aad hail. The old wo- man igread to carry out hit wiihcs. Sho would do anythiag (or mosey. I cover eaw my lather again. I want to aibool, grew op, and at the age of] twonty-one oamo into my graadmothar't money, tba fmila af jeare earing, arm dying it that tinae. My father had dolibcratoly abtudonod aie. I did oot know when to sook him, if I wilhed to. I took my moaoy aad unto abroad. I bad boon two years oa the Oontiient, and kid spent my little fortune whin I met yon. Tbe test yon know.' •An odd, romantio atory I Bat why did your fathtr abandon yoa V 'That ho might be freed of incum- brance to mako a grand marriage. From what my grandmother laid at different timet, 1 oonolade that my father waa in lore with titled a lady be- fore my mother's death. No daub! be married her. This lady'e ion may by hii acknowledged heir. My father kai ut- terly dieownod tbe ion of hit drat h>aty, ill-itirred aaarrltgo. I hire a fanoy that 1 shall meet him aomo day,' and Jasper's brew darkoed to deeper black- neat 'Howoror, I stand no okanoi of over rooeiving juttioo at hia handa.' 'What ta yoar father's name, Jaspar V asked Treeaillan. Lowder'e faoe darkond. Be bit hia Tho StcJry Q$ « J?t>8orto4Mausiok hi. Up livtgly. •What I hava told yoa about myttlf I letroid from my own obtorvation, or from ohanoe words of my piraoti and grandmotbar. My aaetber's maiden oamo wu Jeaanetto Lowdor. Al ear tjondon loagtnga, m» faiLc, bore oami of Lowdor. I don'l uow real Dime, bat I should know hii faoe anywhere, although I hare not lean it tn thirteen years. My mother waa ao tnalli married, TreaaUiaa, Bat I nover heard my fatkoar'a name. The clergy- man who married my tnotthar was dead: tbe witntsaee also. Whea aty gTandmothar waa dying aha tried to tell tne the atory. She bad pnt it off too long. AH that I could understand of bar mtmblioji wu the aama ol Do- Torcui 1 aball never forgot that name —'Dovoraax I' Probably that wu my fathir'i oamo—my own rightful oamo But is I should never fin 1 him if I eought bim, aid as be would repulse me if f did tn d him, I stand no ohaaoe of inheriting hit property, lio may bo dead. He may bavo othor Bona wbo sueooed bim. It ia all a uyatery, bat the prominent truth is that I an an outont, poor, disowned and frioudlcis' Ho leaned over tbo bulwark, tho spray daaluog over his faoo violently. T/osailian's heart warmed to him. 'Uy poor friend 1' he laid. 'Mutt I say igttn you are Bot friondlesa while 1 live. My father baa iofluonce enough to obtain for you a government appoint- ment. Thia tangle may strengthen itself out aomo day. But ii it don't yoa iro reaoluto onongb to make your own liappiDOBs.' lie grasped Low dor's band, and look- ed with sympathy, in Lowdor'e lowor ine face. There bad boon a temporary tail in tho storm. But aa tho two stood there, tbo tempest revived and swept over ibo wild ata in maddoned rage. Tharo was no tima for talking now The wind rose so bigh tbat words would havo boon undistinguished. The storm tbat bad gone boforo had been bat play to this awful outburst. The vatael drovo on, creaking and groaning, a more cooklo eboll on tho billows. 'Mother of Mereieal' wailed the Captain. 'It's all up with us, signo- rcs. I can't make oat tho Oaps in this darkness Wo shall go oo tba rocks. St. Anthony savo us I' Tho seamen echoed bis erica. Tho two young Engliahmon, oompro- honding their peril, olaapod hands in silonoc. For tho noxt few minntos it Boomed that a Pandemonium reigned. Thon a nolso liko tho report' of a oannon suddenly boomed through tho storm and in tho darkness. Tbe little voasol sbivorod, and oaroencd upon bar Bids. Sho had strnek upon a rook. A moment later orew and passengers wore struggling in tho watora. A few moments of bufetinga and tossinga, of vain struggles and agonized, involuntary prayer, and then Jasper Lowder felt hia senses slip from him, aod became unconscious. Whanhooaroo to himself, be waa lying upon a roeky boaob of tbo Sici- lian shore, sore, bruised, an weak as a obild. do openod bis eyos. Tbo wind had snoot ita fdry, and now moanod along the coast with a desolate, despairing wail. Tho waves beat Against tbo rooks. / Lowder struggled to bis olbow. 'Wrecked \'\ fie muttorod. '! am out eshoro, white Iho othora aro drowned 1 Oh, this is terrible I 1 havo lost my beat friend to-oip-bt 1' Ho moaned and wrong hia bands. , uga 'He ia dead, who would havo done ao rptain screamed hia orderi tojauoh for mo, and 1 to worthleM am koa.mouitaoKo, and bo know that h^dy. waa that of Guv Trosslliso 1 , Ortho fivo who had stood on th,< sloops deol a half-hour earlier, these two aloao noro lofs Tha oaptatn sod his orew had found tbair deaths among .the oruel, yawning wstors. Lowder throat his hand uudor tho waistcoat of his friend, but ho could , not porooiva the beating of bil hoitt despair, took possession of turn. * 'Dead 1' be said ahaily. Dotd 1 And ho would havo donq H uiuab, for me if he had lived 1 And hia father a\itl tho young girl be w»t to havo marrud will wait in vain for his ooraing! Ilia pla.00 at Trcisiliau- Court ll ominv Who oaa fill itf' -\3 --• ts _;;. It seomid to biin that aomo demon at hie aide coVoJ, the quostlou; 'Who could Bit tho plaoa loft vaoaul.by noljle 6uv Trossilian r A thought oamo to him—a thought IO itrange and sinater that he ehivorerl involuntarily. Again ha felt of TIM- tilim'a hurt. It gin no tbtob agalost hia hand. Ho passed hia hind over TroBBilianYhood ind di a covered a'gap- ing'wound ID tho'.akuil. Tbi hair was •lotted with blood. Putting bit hand iato hii krittt pookot, Lowder drew oat his llltlo water-proof matoh-safo. Hi opemd il with trembling Ingeri and atruok I light. Tho rod flicker danced on young Trtsailian'a faao. How ghastly and terrible) It looked 1 the eyes wore olosod, tha imjla wu •one\. The ical of daath itemed tot on the noble features. Lowder examined the wound. Il had bees mado by ooaUoi with the sharpjook, aod evin Lowdar parealvad Its tenihli character. 'If he ii not dead, be noon will be,' ki muttorod. 'Hit brain has reeaived an awful injury. lie will never koow wbo he is again. Hi won't live liil morning, ana he ia parhaii dead al- ready. Uo must be dead 1 Again it teomod to bim ts though iome demon eobood bit words. Tha matah dronpad from hia Ingtrs into tho water. For a littla while ha orouohed on tha wat stonei in ailenoe, battling it may ba with lha hatter ind nobler lnstlnota of his nature. At last, with inddoo and abrupt llealthineaa, bis hands atule into lha bretat pookot of Treiiilian tad draw out bit prlvata-^noto-kook, a paaktl tf lettert, a few *tiiuktte. Ho aaourid theie among kil owe wtet gaxmtiits. Thal» poaaoaatun n«aa«4 to give blot, courage, and hia face hara«ua<r, «uJ a. knelt beaida the body of hta friend and riled hia garmoati of all that tbey oon- tained, bellowing bis plunder oo his own person. Then he took bis o?a purse, his note- book, a few rvcalpti and trilea from hit owa poekoas, aod put them In tha pookeu of Trts*iliaa. 'It ii dona 1' bt whispered le himself, looking wltk wild detent eyts through the darknata 'Mo one is harmed- II is dead If he had lived, ha would have provided for rae. Aa he ia dying or dead, I must provide for myself ,Thia likeness botwoon ua will mike my fortune.' Bit friendi will Bi ipared a terrible grief, and I—I shall lira at lul I Fortune girts ma a ohaaoe loo gain name and wealth at one lucky stroke I' Aa If to giro himself no ehaneo for repontanoo.he arose to bis foot aod turn- turned hia searching gleooei in an In- land direction. A light, u from a cottage window, glimmeriug faintly through tbe thick baso, caught hit gate liaising bis voioo bo called loudly : 'iiolp! Ho, there I help I' The wind bad abated, and bis oriaa rang out through Iho night with start- ling distinctness. Tbo light ba had seen moved and disappeared A rain ule later, answering orioa reaebed Low- dor's ears, and bo beard haaty ttepa, and saw the approaohing light of a lan- tern, bome aloft by a man's upraiaod arm. 'Tbia way I' ahoutcd Lowder. 'We are wrecked on tbo rooki 1 For the love of Heaven, hasten 1' Tbo bearer of the lantern, altondad by a male oompanion, oame running to bim, and was tool at his lido. The lantern bearer was a rough Sicilian flihermtn, a grade shore his elaas Ilia oompanion was alto a Sicilian, but evi- dently of eoanwhat higher degree. Itotb worn all exoitement, asto uiihmont and sympathy. In as few words as potaiblo Lowder told tho story 1 of tho ahlpwreek, and called attention to the eendition of hie noblo young employer. 'I think ho it doad I' lie\ aaid In a ohoking voice. 'Carry him up to your oabio. Lot every thing bo done that oan he dono to save him. I will pay you well for any kindness to hint. Poor follow 1 He was my traveling compan- ion. I loved him as if ha bad been a brother Instead of only hired attendant 1 Poor Jasper I' Tbo two Sicilians lifted tbe belplcu form of poor youog Troasilian, and oar- ried it botwoon them toward tlioir cot- tage. Jasper Lowdor followod tbcm, bowailing hia low. Tho above,wo pub- lish as a specimen ohaptor Otfatftotti MomirOWPrSra* Jer- 8 5®<? a »* u «t e 3 on tribal w 'known-j •* tho poison road, may hs ««« a, largo ?™ »n\ house'standing itttlM* mui% Of wtoMrtvplotiuta groiimtev attd.iiUb, Haw gw*)4«Tboarmg tho mark* of OVT*. wgh*»alh.fc»bodottlpgriona of faito *?« wealthy The once bswtiio.1 park now k however, ptwonti tho ^ppestanoo of having been tho camping ground of at loast i ragtuient 'of demotalixod sol- d.ierf ? eoimwowuiaro^ha ttaooaovery- ^hora^of £«s,aiid waotou hacking among tho trd«i,ah»,afas and a*or<5roe,o5i, White ouoo worh fhJWQr budi *§$ r«ro plants, now ljrowso 6t,raj bsjUla s and pigi by tho acoro rool to thoirtios- <?a' oonten^ id thejoft. turf of tho I»TTO. On approaqhlng tho houso, a 8til\ moro torriblo indao of riiin' why bo fouoil Tho hall dooYs stind wltlo opan, and fs tho stranger enters, aoTeral oattle ostrp- ly artrvoy him ftom, .thou uoujCarttvhlo positioni on tho drawing ritom flqor % Tho houie m three atones, highland sur^ mounted by a oupola. Tho roams ate apaoiQua an daumiroua, and rrtro flu- tabad in the boat posaiblo maaxier whon built. Windowa opening to tho floor, and ooniltting of .largo and vtilutiblo panet'of glut, oppose Utile or no ob- struction to the oaltlo and plga, tho tor aer gesorallv taking auh and HI with them, when leaving in haato. On the floor of what has evidently boon the library,trampa or mlsoblovoua boyl hire llgklid tret, whoea flautea wore (id, from appeatlbaea. by .aba doors of oupbotrda, stair tailinRi, and other inall plooot of woodwork of the house. In many placet tbo floor has boan burnt aluoit thraugh,and how tbe houao hu esoapid from Ire la a wonder Tho plaatir oenter ornaments of tho rooms hire been the mark tor tho in- truders to aby empty boitlea and ttonoa at, and all an gristly damaged. Boor- knobs, bolls and their wire) and pulls, water fittoeitB, lbs peraphttnella of the bath-room, and tiery'thirig of a like mo- rable, ulnri, hart baoa wrenched from the faatonisgi aad carried array. Win- dow shuUeri hive also disappeared, tlioajjh probably hurat u fuel aad uoi taken fiam. the houao. took a ami of reek and desolation MQ tcldora bo found within thirty mlltt of the city of New York. Om might Imagine sueh wfook imong the deeolnlon of lha south but in the prosperous north it is unpar alidad. Tha houti hai ita tad story. Duilt but a few years ago, it pined Into the possession of a wealthy Now York mer- chant, who nsed every endeavor to ren- der it i homo of beaulv. Ne exponto was spared, and tba house aad grounds hooatao noted for their appropriate be- longing!. The mlatraii of the house, tho wile of Ita owner, unfortunately there ilokontd and died. Tbe friendi gathered to attead the funertd. and the body wu bome from lit bsajatlfal itrtk ty bomi to Ike oiaaotery. Tho lilt to leave the house waa ill owaer | tnd ho, turning the key la lha look, lift llloit -. li ••• in Ita fata Tha neighbors olamored fur days for snlraoee, but no ouo wu within, md all attempt! to per- suade ita owner, who bad goat to New fork, to return to it, wire unavailing. Attempts wars made to rant or pirokaia it, but to nolthor plan would the owaer accede If sold at all.tht gToiod iho'd be sold for a cemetery. Oo their peril ha forbadr his neighbors lo enter tho boaae Tbe tkievea of the neighborhood aoon found out lha rich Said, and for nigbli pillaged it. Tbe constables, bearing of Ibis .laid is wail in tba houao one night, and arrested three men aa tbey were rolling up fine oarpets for tho purpoit ef taking them away. The ownor.whon notified to appear and proa- eeato the thieves, not only refuiod to do ao, but threatened to prosecoto the eon- •tabloi for ootorinu bit house, laying that It was bad enough (o bavo three thieves break Into a house aaored to tho memory of bis wife, without having as many ooaatablta alio theroin 8otno friendi, eeoiog tbo peculiar stato \I frolinn of tho ovnor, remove! the balance of tho furniture to a eafe place—anh the houao remains opon to tho world Bad persona coogrogato there, aod tbo house at night it suppos- ed to bo tbo retort of tbiovos aod rob- bora Homo yoars a9e a squatter, lOtUmi himself in a litllo gardoners houJO so ibo properly, and ploughs tho 'fod and roapt his oropa, aa jf the fee sltnplo retted in bim. Th e oa-nor baa refosod to notice bim or to turn him oot. Last aiiring a certain genoral io tbo United States Army offered to buy or ront tbo property, but not being hiroeelf a ceme- tery, hie appoal was rejected. Oo all othor eubjeoti tbo owner ia said to bo moat rational, and carries on a largo bu- smen with great ancocss. Tho proper- ty io valued at 8a&,UU0. ait montha .ehli* A»4 -nho lo&Jwi: littfa oab-wliafSiotio wpr«tio«ooa> robborateu her words. ' , <• Luilo oan toll byMttukin or imperi- al tua as quiet aa I can,' said tho other I And ah« always, wants tiro Ot thus eupa at a aial—*,iroBg, without juilk ,or atv- gar.' Th*n fjle w»»l«« wrepoly upon a Wair^ looking g\rj of nine, whP, t09 ill to bowaohoel, wa* da>ouxiug«na of Sylrao,u»Cobb| f a«iiiati0,aai4. •• , BothQirT'lwg it] T hiax wholwale maa»« or* of dofenMcn maatati;* io seatlaaie*, Why^till thorelatioD, o| tood ( 0 tho bo- dy ii mote, perfectly ondacitocd than it II now. \Vith , iho exjeption of nriaa Dghfors and a fb*T o)h«ra waoie calling istiqually usjifuhj baiyrw thire, at* not rqtn^ indiriduala who eonajdir tha ^M4o»«ltpavo|f no,tle>«,i,^jhla|ia t,PJ \r^o Jf«Jg»r* iiarjeJiRvH if, trifla taglif r in thMoplal Mg^migM pioktup o.r>n& «idor»blo usofol intormiHaa ,(rflU\ our pudlnllo hrolhe.ra, who ttnionland, ao well what kind o f food protl«oe» tfi* moat fight- Buob. knsTJooge k dorntw- (tlolifo muit bo inr»l«»ploj tot gon».- ttlly speaking, QQinbattrorjteai ia -too wtlifedV «Tdti in tho haaiea of Iho oir\« Hiiod, end onllghtmod, ' ,' (' v^f|tiwajfjea| ( |il>^ r ^g»y O.C».Bw>«olx ed69C»a», ''Wordl, and^^-rjaqi'.!' Prom Klehafdt'Qratit \WIIHO.'B ne,w volume, boning tbe above titU, we qde^ a few parasraphoi BhoVtlng a ni<W BOOSO ot diaoilmination founded on aravo- tioal viewa ol lha aubjoot; '$,<H)*A.1$$;— Thli word .ahpnia &oYor ko eiiiployad in roferonot to. por- ,1081,11 it menu* uiiroly to add wontht to—to make an orlt wore opprewiro J injur; la agiravaUd by inaul'i, li U •ouotlmes improporly mid in tho eonse of Irritate. n'Tvrai much eggiaratod by hia oonduot,\ 1)*LA,HO» In tha<MDKt qf rest, ro- maindcr, roilduo, remnant, la an abom- inatioa, Billnoo Is uielaphbiloally tbo dlfferiBoa bitrrnen th» tvr* ildM of s>n aoeount—thi auaoaut which li nobee stry to mako oat) oqui) to (hi other, * * Yet wa ooqtlnuilly heir of tho balaaeo al thia 01 thai trtlna, tvan tha 1 baltnoa ef a congregation or of an army. DouKTiruL la applioible only to per- sons. A giver may btbounllful, bat hit gift osioot—ll ihould bo oalied plontlful or lirga. \A bountiful slioo\ !• abiurd. P> iiwaWt.r*f>ia>T, |4vtti»t» M wttaalaanlaal tUooaa ^i^iaaMrtiaaaflAvaaiaw aaafwttlal u\tt tat *41«MV, xiattiekiri* *«r tahi liiisyirvai hm^tkaw i.^o r<uar<lw>HM aataat, eat |ar waa •aualfeiaqalaj, ) Tot>ia*lU«W*r»«»TW itarl|>ttjaa«Aaa*«fjari> 5tkilr^%rlrM!a»o»a«i«au, at.v*tab; |)iaaata,aet ,[|«iariflaaii,ittlB aJavtati.wtttHlnaaitlMef itahj*. ^ * JW)ar.^rie,aa, n At'rt« r ai: anak^aseMaetli iaia|at«»\atL < 11 Miti>iM*i rrotio»«.~jY»>i a»tt»M ralat Wteat *tf( at any |>tlw.t ah* tlttt at wfctaa ll M ataatitl l%t* l*UwS»,t>««,«altt*e Ma* (a aatiMi l,.,[l,* Tortna tW, .at ItUw * BifriCTea^wo— l» Hai 1 »u > «,.Oi t aat > ; t«a >4aw.ltMI^ttt«iV) > a^rwa^MeaM ejaarl \ iHlnaXOMVirriiiVav^uiatlaeaaeaea, > ',*- • lltimaaat Oi.tt, «r,«t,,U«ea. .*w aaa lAe*'aM'.' ^nu^MailHparwita^eaAaaiea^ aoti tamaltt. . •. .•' •'!-»--,,. '>••-,, • 8 »!,jl,ha^wj.lt»i(i|tMw»^atik,fiaaT*^ . '.•. l>ivii,ao»; or AanatunM^-Tat tatafaar* -tl>- Mtirtt-awa b;H. y«r U ll«U>4 It ftf - an' tat. - Mate, ^raittftj »»« Wjtfit' awMai^.|«B»atie atiltlita^iht.iutdtftarikt.etlttaial, ta^altaavltei Vi'lUVatliMililtt aitvXktt attiar wH pi .at -\' \- ,(or.»|tJ»a»rSlWS»H*i^ I'.ASI .. '-v^i'i |.pwi?aoi^,nB^*i_t|i,'»a'j,Ve^.a^ i''itlik»|eijarfta»-^Sfc^ '•' '•''' ; «r l»i.t>ar aatiteeeXaelaa t|tta«iaala^»t«ejatj tUtttv • •\ .-• '•'-^. •-. .•:. .-... • ,R?9aRi Moat for lion. Milk for BabesT. I wish tbat an early suppor of aomo easily digested food, followed by a liroly rompbetore going lo bed, could take tho place of the lato and hearty ovening meal of which 1 see to many of tho lit- tie ones partaking. What oan peoplo bo thinking of, wbo impose each burdene upon tbo inftntllo storoioh ? Tbo nocturnal moaoinga and f oouiugii from the trundle bod,lo which havo been nor* than onee a pained listener, arc so many protests against sooh oruolty. ' 1 want my obild to oat aa good as I do myself,' says tho woll-rxtoanTog, tbo' foolishly Inoonsidotate father ; and ao, rogardlesa of existing difierouoos. tho little 'four-year old' if uot only allowed to oat tha eamo as grown pouplo do,but Fxion oiiroMii a double motion— first from and than toward thi ipiaker I It li oxaotly iquiralenl to '«o and Irinw, 1 and oight not t o bo used in ihi aoneo ol bringing ilon*. OALOUUTK. boaidet its loottoaal mlsose for Ihlak or (oppose, Is some- times, In the pt.rtolplil form eiloalated, pat for likely or apt i \That nomina- tion ii oaloalitad to Injur* tbe party.\ It li to/caftifeti (dcilgoed) to do no taoh thing, thoagn it may bi likely to. OITISEH ihowld not bet and tioept whea tk* poueof ion of polilloil rlgeti ia rniaat to ba impllid. Nswipaper reporiera bar* s bad kikit of bilngtBg It oat o« all oeoailoni. whan \nirioBa \man\ *r \bystandar 1 would oxpreu their meaaing aaueb. kilter. Court! ippliai to Iwo things which aro bound toaothir united Sn lomo wray. \A ooapl* of asplaa\ Is inooirool—two applet is what la maaol. DiltT moms llib, tnd is not synon- ymous with earth or soil. Ytt people lomttttaei speak of a dirt road o r of paoking dirt around the roots ol treat they are soiling;. They mean earth. Ex to on.—Wken a murderer it hanged hii tcntence li axigutld, tho mini la not A man oianol hi oxeout- ed—that is, followed out or performed, KXI>$OT looks always to tba futare, Yoa oeanot ekpeotthat snylbiag has happened or la happening, but only that it will happen. OUT nioaaa to obtain, not to poaaeu. \Ho baa got all Iho namben of the Country Gmtiemanf' \Hare yoa got good inoltSHOi F\ \'lliay havo go! bad mnnoora.\ Why will peuplcperaiat in inlrodaoini tho word la auob lontenoos as thcao, wlioro it it to evidently auper- fluoua F Ilrui' M«KTi—An absurd ua* - of those two words, as If they together woro tbo nemo of ono thing—a wife- is too oeoimon.\ Tbe asntanoe in Oeneats 1st \I will make him a help Dteot for bim\—i. a ,a helpytf for him, Tboro ia no tuoh word aa liolpmoat. Lis = LAT^=»Penon* not gressly ignorant mmatiniea,iiy they will lay (moaning l|«> dowu, that they have laid (lain) an hour, or tint tbo liammar li laying (lylnep by th» luki, Lie mean* to fooliui; lis pawt tdrJii ta Jar —\I lay thera all al t btj\ Ita partioi- plea, Ikying and lain, Lty (ua»d of prctonf, time) anani to put comathitir down—one lays a otrpat j Ita pant I laid—\I laid it WMslf)'' ill pavWial- plea, laying and lata—\I fai later- runted wlilla laying It, and It Waa not all laid till night.\ Lova rUrtb tha heart, not the -atom, aob. You - low* your wilt, or ougbt to | but favorite articles of food you lik* •, «Ftf- \-••>' '-\ i EITAlnUlaUCMlir,- - ', he M**<kli revet tftrtlk *f %t MW Ou JCUlBt., Oorn'ar a>f tuMmy (SaVOWataiOlt,) ' NOOUStf ••. Hi fa - - - , h» r»j»lltlia at UU ».»' lajitaa -atttin ta aomaHrWl i - alt. -\-—•- ••sfeiffeS. 0 '' ««'*« ••WW nr am ' I tur. KO AUXHlaTa Uaaeeant, -Tfe'eaaa* . \ .\J^^'^^w vaaaaaaw rwsr 0/ip^^rol^i, Oailialri |>( MaM •ll IrlBat wlttllMM aai Matt tttltgujlaiiitaatttt, laV . Mas* eSi) Otatftsttri'l W**Ut Olitatata or Itlttaa tllkHt J T «»4 ( \ > ' rM •^\\* , ,,l * -Tlufilale Ufiatf • — \' loiViiiii.t.aiaY, n«lkaa*tr,HiX< r.e f»«. iitruMiidr. AllljUuIfklaUlu, Ota iva epiialUdil kli «Ae_M at raUafj waWa-4 Of JktWAfT, \ \^ •\»• IF'SraaV' ^ \• S *• , \ •\**» n «N**l •»* f# ' HKDIK/; kflttjta RHM, Vrittfi at* tfaf at 'llftMaatTi % \k»^>««Mt»*Ui.tlm««»r*kt.[ '\ •( la* tin rluaamalii! Ik» tlTH It ICMMJ 111! Brtaiklat, Drir< biHtny, blUaaaiHX Ilia, atenanaUtU • ( Mil Ortrai. Biftrala. IVIII taraawatli tr RMtrlt. \x^l&^SiTiniSi-t.i/vte^ri rtllfcia. Oar aj*tt«l itltattaaniHttat 09t,M it, rMtiHI aw arlHilt k* aa^rm, Tavr * MUTTtH 0* WUfi Tntitijipn t»p*mitt|lsUat. a a^aVea. Great Sfaoaltonoca hutip ipi.i-y In tom»oa»nln|i tlrtatj ol'Iaala* Ttf ill atiil.lnM of <t»nAlkla*»i rmk frtar aa nMeta, lo Dial Ua* aeatmM w rtatWr Ma Is kasraaaar, Ika rat ait utaarttti If all at * dlaata anlailst late III ,,mraatSla,t«e*|ttr iTartatjofdlitaaai. *\^ «• It l a toil reraaala wftn aonan (Mia ata lnu> vaaiti ti H ?.' . _. Yaaa ItiinacraUll of ta* yiw4 ; .__ BJ»L_ . irwaanp|leai_ttr Hnihl , JUtj.ainrtaa fairlsH jlUaaad.iluUaasrttfiat alt t, ildniji Mania, H«Miiij,»r '-' M* Ik) Wa**} at* itsitaaaa^aa^ji.ttj atawrltt OiisanvE should not bo mod for arui | as in tbo oft heard lontanoe, 'What did you oiacrvo V SIT, often mitpronoonoed i«(, It oo- oaslonally writton so, it is to be hoped, raroly. —--\^•Maa-*aaaa»i\^~\» Famous Doautloi- Mit'itmb lion tit rWHia Sjilai, HI* « lli. BwUltalKatnait ^asaHttTn win tCtaSaliiril t.Zit (nillst a* tkaaUallrw y*& .H^aniiyrM.Jky'jf06a^ l aTlraii It. T.. iii tor tat/ky all Dranrjila ill! RMtBiuau OUM or PYim*s<«) rtauVowo a B«o,.r • ~ —- ilrtar/thiltnywinj Htafe fort Jaailaiet^--, U\t.«tnai AtaltMaH tttlaM villa pais, ntaaaa, aniilaUeaja, kttrwara, a rallaa«ti aim aaUsr, otf*iailek : la* J fmcilODio tkakeifili., BBawtajraM ill aaj.otllt «la*t,wlit— —i- , .Ti •at [Mai» 8ajlof a« „.., t dms® ^ biionatkaKHhotaH-nMlil ;<«aririi Uira waa.H jnuh «ltliMt I Wl tM&MUMQ miOiOaV* d biionaoiaKHli of i i pouul drink tbat for natural appotito, and store, news office, you oan bavo the Ledger mailed to you tor ono yonr by sending three dollars to Robert Bonnor, pub- lisher, 180 William streol, Now York. The Lodger pays moro for original oon- Ihe world. It will publish nono the very, vory best. Its moral tone ia tbe purest, and its circulation the lar- gest Everybody who takes it ii the happier for Laving it. \\ ml') • a»ii i SUDSOBIBE for the RapuiiLiOAN. U-60 a year in Adranoo. ^i I verily bellora that many parents estimate a ohlld's health by tho amonnt ot miseollanoouB provision, bo Booms in- \lined to gorge himself with. Tho jourly call for 'something to oat' is of- u„, I tenor tho unnatural oraring 6f an svor- tasked stomach than tbo demand ol healthy hunger ^Sfcan-any other psrlodioal^in|hourly cali_ftrjsomothlng to est Whon, pataing through a portrilt gailory, wo behold tlio boautioa of bj. gono times—the bollet who mads havoo not only with their own reputation!, but also with tho heirts of Ibair adtul- ran, tbo toasts to whom men drank doep io tbo strong wifiea of thit muscular age—wo omnot bolp marvil- ling wboro tbo oborm lay, what it wu which lit up tboao to as io anintor. eating icuturcs, that strayed kings, tbnl bowed Ibo hoarti of warriors, tbit changed tho couoieli of atitomen, tint brought about robellloni, ind vrroughf all tho romance in history Fo r oor- tninly, as a rnlo. tbeio women-—of nlioao facos tho j)tint*ri have triad to proBorfo a record for poiterlty—ar* pot J bandaormi. Ko doubt tboro wore roooli mar* perfect beauties in tlios*' days, ooDoernlng whom tradition «aya narer a word, wbo wondored, a»fadi*a won- der now, 'what men oaa BIO ia (bit creature with tbo largo month, or In ri<»ahmii(i Kifuftj I br ~\ 'W HiiirbotUK, tlS h\a«>Wt»r»l i«ili \ —- L -'—~ inall?,' t Wight kit a W tuiit'-aao^aATitf ,%• law thl tall tlifi 1< ill awattlM, ill Skm aonilattS . (ln,«..ll.(»iai Flour and Feed Store*- tfiWavutub-.tr Wlut*y WlteatFIourgt B^WHSlAlKErOUili .-•• .. *' itt^IiA>IJlkAI<Ir . aitAHAMELOUl Creed Wbcat,: CarM Kaisml,,'. •at ai*al, C*>r«, w>m<kttii|1' Ioooehoard two fond mothers com-1 of eatttro mta mo !*»»«'•\»\\* -if\ piTthe gaatronomlo capabi.itio, A^g^StSSfl^ 'XtT^t fl'S w a (Jffi. -oliury goof fotturo ia her,' on) pork and potatoes ower Binoo ho wMjlaoe). I irsrlalaattbibowaatCailirrfta*,* Sitjkoie' BlMki Batnkat., ''

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