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V SiVitaan. Lilward 'IV. P a per, lieurio W Moore,
Thrill.' J. Tantalus., JFastlf.lohnson
Third •ilialtset—:Wllliam I 111.alie.n., A. 11
.norrth, DC/Friel --iteaph iieTrilli ill, J J. ',riper
filiji/iLtsprirt—J. LSWfulteo iirla %1 fli. i\ sines
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Jqons. U. L Dintonbseb
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StAdra Piafriet—R W 'Wearor, Di R 11
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4ta #o oaiasita .i. k,Diattiot--Actr Lathrop, Wini.tra
:Lej4titSA . Diltrict —Julius SherNymul, II li
hats. .D•istriet--Willilm i' (larval, Rol,'t
wearied. Magnet —Jos Doukin.a. 4) P Sloan
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felf - rxvirni-;..s Ft Jamison, Charlet!
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fhod tild' Out old Mend', cuatiiimirs 1114 the
bbnirlinkiirieWer me -prepared:4. • ' g loev
enulase.sedli for they floret had before, In the
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f• C9,4'f. 1 0. , VOTti, PAI4TS, to,,
,whictitriknilktitil caotiot be oxatilleil, And havim;
Peen oared wOhspecial reference to 1110 taleilt
'lad 1411104V0il fashions. Great vitro has boon
A - AI Airs 60114 a Gentlemen's Furnishing
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KE .6 , SUSPEN.DERS, GLOVES,
PR 3, a every ti!,,saripLiott
We also Math known to the public that incitildi
lion low otiuir esioneire ittook of goods we havo
,Past 4444444 i 0 laprind splendid assortment of
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Of eary 16 arid variety Hi iliCirrilielliml work
rft•oi”Nd ay parti6uter attention to oar bolsi-
Pess, , rtsith ilei give
. general satlafinition and re
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fully fitt,Wfo log illkNitbing ku our lice of bust
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TIM' AnociEL,'.4ND rim CIIILD,
IL Angel fOrtti, with brow of light
,;, ,, Watojte;4l o'er a sleeping,lnTantl,dreitm,
And gaunt, as tho' his eiseitge bit ht' •, r "t- •
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"Fair obit o Aloe Is like to mine, • s
Oh, cop said) "and try with me ,
Como (lull 61 cppinenn lb ino,
Fur north Id ill] usworthy thee. ...).,
! nero perroot bliss thou comet not know
Tlieutl ainidntito pleasure sighs,
ATI soundn' of joy are full of woo,
Enjo:nnentn are but mlnertett;
"Fear sialke Funklett the gorgeous knish:
And the' forum) the day mew rise,
It In•ds noellullliont to n close,
And tempests sleep In onlmeste skies
"AiMO. eitx❑ SUIPUN, tlonbtx anti lean '
Defotin a brunet, Oro 1101 thla?—
And tholl tho b(ltrn,, tot of teattr
Dint theta Moo oyett that !pent( of Whet
No, pololong the rt-Urna of alma,
Pot floin all ea - Fe,Jet tot lhogono;
Kind Pro,l,tento; Anil give Moe gram,
.Vor tango few years thou inlght'at live on, '
N,rinourning vreodi, no sounl of wall
Thy oliAloss spirit shall annoy
11. y kiaire , l shall thy absoner ,
li cu Slll thy Cir Ming MINI thvlD
oNo c loud ou any broulausll rest,
Naught speak of tombs or on,' nein there
Of ',sings, Ill‘e thee, pit rg and blest,
The latest hour shoed,' be meet (Mr
lbn !mini shook hislnowi wings
And thro' the geld 1:of other eyed,
Whern lierten'n eternal amide ring
-Mather—ulna'—thy Ma is deed!
For the Donare'tztic Watehman
6rtat bibitst anb ci , unim siaito
The Rrnthrn, Routs to Toledo—Sow/ask y City
In the former chapter we lightly noticed
the route by Cleveland to Toledo, sad we
shall i !ideal. or to ns briefly notice the Sooth
e] n rout from Alliance to Toledo. Ax we
insinuated in the preceding chapter, the
north, ri, not: , bl, Cleveland to Toledo v%11. ,
a n, or; , I , 110,1)111l route. We can hero
041 ft ly ctliint that it IS without exception the
drtariist cud moat lonesome road that it
•na% e\ r 1.1 rt t.ce towel upon.
The lneil oe a who It the roadpassett, is gen
tally mai:thy, and skirted on either side by
large bodien of heavy timber, principally
alt and poplar. The road ix but newly
made, and consequently ltsui not settled au*
ciently for the ears to run over it without
bounding and loaning from one hollow in
the rail to :moth, r.
131 Inking the southern Tonle film Atl4
aIICX tO Tni(IIII), 3 C/It remain in the Pennsyl
vania and llhio ears, as they only only stop
twenty minutes a t 4‘IIIIIIICC and then pro.
ceeil to Crestlin e. After leaving Alliance
the road pasties through as pretty country
as the State of Ohio can boast of. Well
cultivated and irupruved farms lay upon
each nide of the road. Beautiful towns hers
and there Sot the face of the country, and
somshtsve the city appearance about them,
beautifully laid out with splendid buildings,
-ulitirches, Amoug the principal tains
are Canton, county seat of Stark county.
Monier in the same county, Wooster, the
Nullity scat of Wayne county, and Mansfield
the Shiret on nof Richland county. Mans`
field ns n flourishing place, lo [wilfully situ
ated on nn devoted plain. It contains a
population of about three thousand. At
this pia.- c nger ; for Toledo, change
cars by crossing ovtr a platform to the E.ila•
dusky and Newark earls, which leave Mime
diafely after the arrival of the Ohio and
The distance I'lolll Alliance to Mansfield
is eighty-four miles, and from Mansfield to
Sandusky City fifty-too miles , north west.
The Sandusky and NVW ark road in a good
one. It pic.se , , through a bernpful portion
of the State, emit a country that is thickly
Shelby in Richland county a,.- New lie-
Veit in 'NIA, county me the 'principal ton us I
along the line. The average rate of speed
on this rend is about thirty miles per hour.
Farmers in Lids. section of the country
seem to' appreciate the ottrulaental. Their
tciiiilaticeit are built in magrdlleent style,
their yards nicely ornamented with ithritb.
berry and shade trees, and their farms well
and tastefully fenced. The soil is of a billCk
loam appearance, aniphe tondo rolling with
plenty of timber and water. The water,
however, is .none of the best, it being' of a
soft and salty nature, having a dark and
dirty appearance which polor it receives from
the sifil over which it ruts'
Sandusky City is well laid out, and con
tainir a wntriber et fine huildings, a ship
yari; and is few *marfuridisilhg °stalks*.
insults. it is situates; in Erie county and
contains o populyion' Of 'iliput eleven thou
sand. The oltrfa on an eminence and gives
to the beholder u commanding view of Lake ,
Erie. Passengers croeS the Sandusky river
nt this place upon is ferry tont and humedi
ately take the Sandusky and Toledo earn for
Toledo. This road is another good one;
'runs over an outlet of the lake one mar;
wile, on the west side of Sandusky. Splits
ttiti driven through the water to the earth
beneath, ,upon the tops of which the rails of
iostfare laid. The enrs pass over at a
sow speed whilst the same on Maier side
looks water, isightful.
Pup Ale of spet4 upog the paistitisky and
Tolhdo Itailreidi is thirty-foUsliniles per hSmr,,
and the distance from the!rorreer place to
'th e latter is sixty7one miles. The Country
is but thit4 settled, and real balics of
tiMber from, tlie_ !gimp auto Allegigint* are
1, 11 0* 3 Z ° 21.14 11 )t1. 4 ... , ;.; t
To cdo, passengere• again
Change daking the Michigan, Southern
and Northern Indiana road, to Chicago:
There is, probably, no road in the West up
on w filch cars not at a , greater Speed than
upon this, and there le no on ' road, proba
bly, that does as extenslvo a business.
Their rate of speed is forly-live mike per
hour, and if it needs h they emeadil ten to
it per bone without increase of danger. The.
Mad is - 611100th and level, the ears good and
commodious, and the country through which
it passes well settled tylet improved. The
road runs not t 1 west to Adrian, in I,cuar
vee coinity: l 2ichigan,, , where it connects
With tht Motii - oepctd. The principal town
along the-road ', o are 111 , Ilsdal, 'IOWAN
county, Ii litKaii. Cold Writer in linen^b
county. Whitt• Pigeon in St. iruseplia county,
South Bend, In St. Jo4ePli county, Indiana,'
end la Porte in Layorte . county,
Pity, on [.adze the same county
me] SUM) , All these i01111:4 show that th ey
arc fullY ilrPiro With the sidrit of enterpriae,
most of thcin cool riuii,g large and costly
and ranging in population from
one to seven thousand The country how , .
ever, is not a healthy one, its general air
lantrance does not indicate it. The laud
l ays too'tlttt, and heavy rains falling UkKill
AR surface must remain there to stagnate
until the rays of the sun dry it up, muse.
(locally, the valuers escaping from th ese
bodies ~r stagnated water produce chills sml
fever to a great extent, hendti, the couch criti..
sited report that ''they have to ring the'
churdi bells in Michigan for the people to
take their quinine " is in Coins lacasitru true,
it not lttcrnllycorrect.
Prom Miehig e nn City the road runs south
around on the lake shore to Chicago. That
part of the road passes through a timber
country. Watt r oaks, poplar, ash and sonic
maple being the principal growth.
• (;rnntng near Chicago, within five mites
a the e,tc limas the eye iti attrar.tid by the
erast, awl picturesque scenery —the 'ante
collie, - pi:Line rpou one and the deep.
Hoe 1.. r tlic pas
reui,es tin its, C tins , anus uponz
txt, d 11,1 a lug glass, mai d
ftn,l cr4, nod the licholder
e hat wed 1 iv ' grandeur of t h e 6Cune can
scare( ly titiri. S.; the rising emotions of his
'Kart, but (-Meld must exclaim,
ot. • deliAlitful laud—this Prairie West,
Wh ere ilowers to ovary hoe are thrilled ,
Where peasants till the rill with *Me,
And near have the fruits of Wily Met feat*
-o- ll irC „ r„ - A 1. i4Nneirr
'olds -llrpol, Depot Nnur,, 4fr
-1 . 11 t( ling the city of Chicago the ears
pass don il . Chark to the Southern Michigan
Depot, which is about one mile distant from
the city limits, aad situated in a very pleas.
ant part of die city. The &inkia ; by4,„
- (mans the 1.4:14 tci ty nor is its location
the prettiest. Onanilnises and ha-ka are
here in abunilnuce to convey passengers and
baggage to any part of the city, to any ho
tel and ally depot desired. We would here
remark that the bail:men are by no means
.0 ) , :ly fair dealing set of dividers. Quite
a number of them arc Irish and tlernitin,
and till are ill a greater or less degree " skin
ners," veil upon the motto of " take what
you get, 001 posh for moro." Persons going
to putt a, advise them to purchase
their omn, blin tickets from the Agent Whla
passes thr4iugh the ears before they reach the
city, for the purpose of selling the name.
This agent is employed by Partake & Co.,
who haye a lino of omnibuses pinn i ng to all
pla,es, and hotels in the city. Passengers
and I,le;ifiezi•fir lowa or Western Illinois are
(YON t „ the Chicago and tlalen;!._ depot
fir thirty.fivt, rentS, each with baginige, At this depot eats in ace'eltery
three hours for Thrligton, fia
kiln, Dubuque, and for the dffftuient points
i n lona, Wisconsin, and Wester!' Illinois.
If It is 1100 siretrr remain in Chicagii a
fen day s, then „, we would say buy no tick
ets fui using ire omnibuses; for if you do,
you are sure to pay Just iloubte'price tier
convoy Ali.„l:oo,l , hotels have free oni
nibuses running to and from all the depots.
Shim by every means those " ono, horse.
shuarceksy':),u get into one of them to ride to any• coaches:" for as
hotel, howev'er near, just co sure will you
be tninAit, 0410 dollar "fur ~your preference.
Their cOmroo ll chatge IH fifty cents, whilst
'Many of thorn have the pertinacity to ask
one dollar. Legally they can only claim
twenty-five cents, and if any persons arc
" suckei izeilv by these hackman, their better
plan is to otTer the "quartet'' and if they' '
refuse to accept it let them do Without.
We have iu our " notes" a case where the
"duped" happened to be too live 11 " suck.
er" for the hackman, and as an illu s t ra ti on
of how these has:loom proceed in cases of '
refusal to pay their chards, we will here
A stout, butt 1, husky Voiced "sucker" by,
accident or intention, we know not which,
got aboard of one of the's° I.iaeX4i t and oat,
carried iron the tialtma Depot o South
ern 3llohigain, ono mile and a half. (letting
oat, he intlui : ped the price;, and was politely
informcd,tit %dollar. Ile offered
his " two alailliDo",4* , were promptly
refused, when he politely put the money in
his po ken" a :fitt`requtWitl i l, l l - . Llackruaa to
'''aue'l; for its A llis . i,Vo,,ttan immodiatelY
'went in search. of thn tOtaperli 01' the law,'f.
In the meantime Mr. Suekei - takes is sett
in the ears very nontentodly. niter in
there <Amanda the 4t-4hr. The "
not n, t all alFrtnetl at such " Wt.," indig•
nein t glances ht the Irishintni, and Ha) s :
" a. 1 - fellow tlte next time you nteet nu;
you I k new' int," and to give his exprestlion
a s - c—r—s- r•rnpluttie form he very politely piStits
his f 1 t"t. between the iihnin onieer's eyes and
he f_-al. to thy flour a" reglar
and thus endretife dollar rpterition.
T fi rat class hotels ih Chicago are the
Frs. tx lea x lirigga, hang Antefiem,
Sher-x - 71 an and , Melanielli. Each of these
houses the tigint in the ears s, ifs tickets for,
and -IL.-}ti. passeinrer visiiing to geto ei lifer of
thews.. purchases his tictets triiiin the agent
for t SOL - V' rity.tlve cents and is e 0 IIVII:,ed thereto
by P.axr --- a- - rdis , d Co.'m email:ma at: Each of
ilit'Ke• I'S - 01,0 S 01:11',!,,` two dollar; and a half
per ( - 3 r ton tat or not They are
all fl a -story builtinets and 10411
and sr-u xa t dated.
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Th • FA:ement" ifA§ the 'mull , Of bvithr lr
" "2 i cf," hut we would 11,.11,r• the prcf••r:-
enec the" lirig,gv." it iv rertainly'll 'bet
tor fairririrsliCil houvr and ui as if,Vod n location
iati its r-i vat. •
rsr.c , coini clay; hotels aro thn Gerdes
City,' Amoricalt,''4 All . 2reilipll4"
sell," "A'ra.ttesos," and atiburl " F.acri of
these att re three story and pretty
well fitir — r-rbiln:(l. Their charir Are use (101- I
tar tiny for board awl' fifty cenk for I
lodgiis g - .111 them , hotels aro situated near
tho .r, mtreets of llifc.ago.
111. u- t hird ante hotels are ‘raterous, nod'
are 113 - after some distiniiplished nem or
enuntric- —o and that is the best part of
They ar gent rally kept by foreign,'
half- The charge is oap it ilar per
-re tl‘els• locution in the outakirt , , of
the ci t _ Both the second and; third 111\38
have Fr. - oinnibuses running to and from
all th a • • poti and hteamboaL
The- 1-u iOes streets of Chic:ipso are South
Water. .u..-r - 1,1 lake. All the Ism wholesale
estalai hrt. upon Sout - wo.r mid
the fn,4.l._ii rcuul sclale ale on
Lake. "IT I n ;,t ;; un cast paul t.,t id
which rt -re rxchauge b ank," Maine
Hank ," me:it lionge" yid Ine,nra nee
(Mice. The tit o 'fortnell aro four story
, erected ti ith the "yellow build
tog at.; _I. s;" from the F.lgin quanies, and ill
our c~ ti ma/ ation they are the prettitst: . atoao
for that purpose we eve/ malt. Clark and
floarb.ca r-x-A are two fashionably streets of
roni(ler acv - They run North and South. nu
the la.- r creet the Chicago Theatre and
Yost _)ft2.. - co aro to be found, both 'are f ury
pretty 1,7. i I dingg.
Rari.(3-A, 7. ph street, running, cast and wart
corals] the Court s llonawasil aeretal of the
_ among shish:is the first PreSby
terian Ae of the flticl,t chnrelics in lin the
westeryr - It is built in Gothic style
*lid oeiat of granite, and the coltell house
iv anQ'tlcr i.plendol edifice, occupying a
square_ Zts4ard is encloied by oiinaineu
tal r - The yard is tastefully laid
out, It? a beautiful icalks, having at its four
corto r z iicely constructed fountains with
T • . - 17 w ide haSins,
Sly yituatul.l9at and canal boat building
are cm e.,1 on at an extensive - tate. All
knoli marhinery arc nianneettturill in
i'r01......^ai,1y, the - prettiest place in Clucag,o,
is Mk:l - X aK - an Avenue. Here .11 the wealthy
merchaa_rs t .s - have their residenees, racist all of
are buil in Cottage, t ipt
their lei t_a.... - .2..s laig and
Spanhatkak style.', TIN ly J'ark,Ja apoci tb4s
street, are .. - 1 cartons plaeive for .1:1111116/Cr re
sort. - - i- ia a: avenue running north and south,
and fat- ara - opus the lake, its resident+ have,
the Tent ti t of the la-L . 30001 breeze.
Thera lost-, mixtten iadroacls that rent re in
Ullieltgv=b wand have their depots id the follow
ing Sta. it,c-aw.- The Illinois Central, Michigan
Central • Y_. ,salie Shore, Chleago and Si. L 0111 4"
UiliClig.D. Sa. 11(i Reek island and Chicago and La
Salle Kai 1 -roads have their offices in One De.
pot Iv Ili .c..- I a 1-4 Aitnated at the vast end of Lake
street, vcvv-v. Michigan Avetaun, This general
depot is known by the name of the I theme
It 18 a very large yellow stone
bilii4iutss-. with patent roof, and is considortd
Illicagstai , 'ea best effort.
The Southern Michigan road .with
branch as have thur Depot at the South end
of Clark street. The Chicaga, - atid Galena,
Eturlingto xi, and Quincy`, withal! their branch
eB hart their depot in north Chicago upon
Clark s treet.
Some sad sights are oft timegprresented
to Niew - -4 a - ,-irx these several DeIUAL Passen
gers getting confused hurryoff their bag
ra. itOng Perot and are actayeil in
We lina_ro seen' aged men and 'Women
weeping over their troubles, nut kVving
whither- C. - , go or who to consult. W r eh4ve
aeon iiitt - o,t.l_]iess shrieking in despair fOr
lost child ar-en. Wu have twit the penniless
boy, a. stranger in the city, without a pkce
to go, or sfs. friehd to advise weep bitterly over
lais rats fortunes. Wo have seen the rents
and be:lLA:tient wife mourning civet the font of
her .hutaelt_sestand, and wo have seen the by
shouldlr of acorn turned grindinglir up'on
thor very objects that so deeply deserircd
air pity,out moneyand our sympatity
tite very- - itisses--!-not inon who pride ,
native tnaSters . and assinfit,n4,
it we titnocllAeiitandllioir,efflcial duties V&A
they are Laccommodate, not to
answer --ipoolitely, anti not' reject with scorn
"0-Silitir - isac - *v. •
twee 'cone aos , the sevrnal • I)ipcsar.....4 wave
•titian more. to iiikture thei:eliintotfr "rare ••of
Peg° SibrOad, Alum all other cigistaiss.
• • Wo pestatlet i ints dlrta aiet _Syr
the :(lefeete will he a•Soliorsitud.
" ho city of Vliirtgo (retains • poiscsr - LaiMioh
of over eighty thonsantl. •
ITO NN CONTIM
OLD,F , 47IIIVIR NE A LI,
1 Fa of F4uplier ontinty,
haS left a mine to ho praised awe'
flaptisth in that reKionof r•ountly. iiy trade
he Wait a carpenter, and before he n rok
that business for the (hoioet
was head carpenter to tleireral WashiliA;k- Liar a ;
411 that eels,' of the incidents u e are .IEI6 iry llt
to rteor,t bring out pleasing re t_z_a
ecnces of the none of teen, nlrour the shosi. - c , arid
del:Oils to 'Rotor.
It nae late in 1113 lir.' when Fat Inr t eagle
nll4 , •00% rt( c), Mid so br at NS RH al
that he qt(ll , r(red i %cl . y ua,ii (11 , 1 a to
!Opt , ti , and then e.a •114 , 4 nn 19tig;
people would btay to onr lurrr "N. i
I ('''. lo tr, and fond of 1111111( . 1011 ,
RIM] .ed tho crowd that 6atliev, (I :14
up(' often 1-cut t.onn• of drew an ay itir4.2. -
rion4 than they canto, for he i‘ as n '
tnan,L7o.odml only 1..) Mats,' °till r'
pla nod. ilia ugly ho o k 4.4 111, id.-- •
and when hit found a
,younprep h, r ii i 11,;"
a r(1F.01'42,4d0t 6 aid hint lit finding. itoma_ar 1115,
he said ;
r'Y'ou had better Jet 'that alum.: It tr i
you noire harm tiny good . and it n ill ra
Su I how can I do 1% s ubunit it 1"
"Why, ao 83 1 110 : study the llibl~ ti 31
you knot% it by heart."
And he had studied it 00 , thoroughly ILI Ll3l.- t
he knew the leant incident, recorded i ,
and could cite them viliciover 'they w
come In play. One tune Lit In aril a tone e t
trying to prove that the people could
have been immetied .n .Jordan, becauou tle t
river was so small Mr a num could dia.srxs it t
up with his futS. jAt the close or the yer -
mon Fattier Neale got up and said .
"I don't Pretend to have any great I rlL -
leg : you all !snow me too n II to think
of tile; but if I don't rind bo of ira..
and °Our books, flu re' I lit,
Itiul that's Ilia Bible. 1 hat s I.i) I
Now, our brother here says, the the kill 37 - - .11l LI I
18 50 5111511 that you way st.,ls 1t rk ith z
foot. llis (rooks nifty. 1, II ur so, but 111 ti
book tells toe 5.: ,, ,,(1,e1 story. I read tra.
Bible how David, It hen he i; as tlytng, rrozii
Absalom, had to/In:ea Doat to carry him cr-z-
That's what my book tells me."
The audience were very wtIL natiolied tt--qt
the authority. s
Without. 'knowing it, Lc nueu Borrow - e= a 1 .11.
Rood thing trout a court preacher of koigl
who rebuked his mast.' r by a sally
people. Father Neale ma, one time prc
tug on a hot day in summer, n hen the
plc were outside ru crowds by the e> pc.
windows as m ell aid nw tnong the latter -..%
Mrs. Neale, who as so muds overcona 1.
die heat that she sanl. -
found, •autb intimated the tact by
signs. Pabst ale beard her, arid, pain it a
in his sermon, said:
“Brothron on tho tintsitio thcrt., laces 1.
talkfio loud; af , r7o you'/1 a ak9
It nag one of Father Neale's ileligAt to -t
up the politiciairs, and he 1.11 , 1 the
cilevt rly that was aph tc,tire to a man 1.7.
of tioterity to 671 into the„parson ' s
AtuQpghtS.ittarers WAR T hinnies brown,
afterwards mered tu Florida, became -
ernor of the Stair, and ri siihs there n •• •>l5 -
rathuf Neale Nas spialatug of politics-s 2
and, tsallto tiii , ortak ,to ..er - mst•
iotes, hit+ rye lighted on Mr ling - 'V
and ivatantly went at him ,
Now, the' Ca I:rothcr 131,m -he ' . , q .( -1-
of thou. iititallA, 1.11:1141 treatilig a rites I_tv
liquor till he gets dead ih Lank. A I=l. - an
cornea along, calls on rir•in n, and 1.-a-sayaciri
thins, Will, you hale a Ilue field of wit
there , ; the Ilea I ' ve Orel,
'Yes, it's very good wheat," an) a Bro "cavil
'wont you step up to thus side-board .13/4.13C3
?rink something ?''
“The'mah steps lip and drinks„ and px—cs
ently he says aga.in:
"These sheep of yours hi the pasture arm
the best I ever did seo---must be flrst-z—mat.
cli'vs," 'says Brown, ever} good,Lraad
hadn't you better tako another glass of ba----stani
tly and a atertilo
"Drinks again, and pre n sently remarks
Brolvn's splendid liorse,And gets anot-Jeer
invitation, and goes on praising Brown
drinking his brandy till he can drink nca.
All the limo the prettelier has been tAll
this lieliliond story, no one has been enjoy S n
it more than Mr. Brown ) who- sees hinru-sielar
in the glass, and the people know the pie—.
turo to be true to the life.
Some of Father Neale . o rCcollections csiir
never heforirApahlished, are
worthy of being put on rey•oicbmid they Arc in
trinsieally inure interes`tingthan many or : the
anecdotes told of thatillustrions man.
- Ono of Washington's 'habits he'irientiox - xe._
as brought to Mount Vernon from the ca.rnirs.-
wbgto uverythlng was sacrificed to iisper...cb.._-
Whenevn be r . ae,ived 4 iioto hy,,a pri
reesseogtr, he ,ritv'er asked the, bcarei
t.he htiutio, htTifienevilly look the , hitter Ina.i.nma
iielf Wt+ the lenut• doer, and read- it, ue44r i.
with, hhthead hare in tho-skeit JICA" t
required a verbal reply, ho .dim-:
iioiatui the bearer ;or if ho mus •- y -
dually retire,tohiutßoe. • Zria vaaa ,
I 4rather Neale states thti,:k he - siar - asse- °two •
tig4dsOihg sonio'oorpen yr- - wrzele—ie cm , oilio,o
the northeast windosts that iris upon the
front pipaza of the imansioit si IC lifount Ver
non, sati•se'veral ladies woo ICa king tea on
the colonade• IVashington wia...sess walking"up
and down, joining ill the rc - ! - - - csi - 7 - sversation.
Oneof the ladles nskt (1 illlll ti _ . .s opinion of
00010 or the battles of Nrapolc—.- - ,7---s, the fresh
fame of 0 hich ono then ririgill— t Ihrungli the
world. IVashmAton'S reply, aa.....a.: heard by
gr. firth., was in lhese srprds :- ` — Something
more thnrs the art or man ac- .7k...a i.r.2..ved those
ball les. " .
rliE Won ING ol' 'JOHN LI AX.
It %WI It little note unsealed.. T he Engin:
seription a ;I%lllllly firs name, her cloak'
round, taw. handwriting -"Joben---a Tfalifax."
Ills fingers idoiribover it convu i "1
—ahe la.-vent' kind." The vsta - tuiras died
!gnat'--the , 111111 i which gra icis....c-tc_l" , ay, for
more then n minute, the unopc — rim d letter,
trembli . i'd like an aqprn leaf. " "SC hem is
a graft ful nature," observed !VT _ .lessor,
sednlonaly looking nt and speak - to me.
I would nol wish it otlierwi , < - _- 1" wont.'
not wish her to forget those •rt- orth she
prm ' ed in her 8011.1,111 of troll'," - " I %Oka
silent. Tho old lady's tonir-ex_ai likewise
failed tier. Ate took off her g-T AlwiiwSl
a Anger across cal) eye-lash, an.r-3" mat Ran.
"Have you read your little notam- , Air. Ilali•
fax !" No answer. " f will Mk amour mes
sage back. She told inn what tih .tiom," bail said
to you." Ay, nil the world migl t_ 7 ave read
those simple lines "My dear :liar!. did
not know till yesterday that ycv..a._.x !mad born
been ill I have not fin - gotten Jim -ttay.tw kindyon
0 crc to my poor father I la ICI like to
eorne and %re you, if you will a_ = I. • Inc -
Tours sincerely, 1 tacit
This was all the note I saw i r. lore than
thirty years afterwards, 3 ellew saw-
Corner of his pocket-book _ " Well,
.that shall I say to my child ?" 4- • say"--
Ile half rose, struggling to speak -- = Ask her
to come." lie turned his head tee -ec - aards the
oindnw, ail the sunshine glitter i ra 14 on two
great drips, ln.re.e as a c a r. MN.
Jessup 'xi tit an ay And none- trot a long
waited -3,:srl-ely mos.- John
lay, his eyes sometimes fixed d on
the lot of blue eky that tiloin (ma t. above the
Iron railings twin een the abby is. Mort
than once they wandered to the- 2i TAW letter
which lay burled In his hairtis. TlEet felt It
there-- that wit enough. My f - tP-scr came
In from the garden, 16,1 settled t©. IA is after.
noon dozo but I think John 'lntr-r.ka-• noticed
hon—nor I. 11y poor old father Yet we
were all young once -let. yout z *enjoy Its
day. At length -long before T 'heard a
sound -John whispered to hinasell." f --" She's
cooling." l'rittla came.
She 9t0041 at the parlor door 7 r--t_iisy with
rivion of youth and'
ramose. which blushed not, nor I zed need
to Lltwh, nt any intent or act the « as auc
tioned h?ttic law of God and her- o-ca-n heart.
John rose to inert her Mr, Wei" 7 - 1 speak,
but only clatpud lie at strung
anough'for thsguists now- It hi 21r.A look
she might have seen, have felt" t 2.at I told
twr true. Bur teat—Let it drop =3 tlown,
l'rnila March's Rear glance It never
diopiwil before Then f lap w all
wonlil end. arl'q voice broke i
" Abel Fletcher, the thwtorli want-
Hitt thee (lea n in the kitelten L' 4 7.12111A62-..rit-n, anti
mile saga her green ptcmelierries aaut't half
naltitt \ na our'n." My father alaatc - -- , c.. ke-t-rub
.W4-tn4 eyeo —hecaine awaro of — .aa. lady"ia
presence - 7 -rtibheti them again, -anti ate
John lcd Cr,ithA s. to Cho ul.l rri ni s chair,
• Fletcli,r,"this i t Mitj. Mr•rc 2z, AL friend
”f mine, ‘Ailo, liQartlig I w.ts ill, v t. uP her
1.1,01 , at --" vot faltered,
Nliss Maul) 'added, in a low with
,lowneast 1.11,18 • I am, ap, oz - - - _ - ,r,azazin, and
ho WAS )(Ina to thy father. " A r r. Fletcher
nothing— ttilluspiid 11ii spectscice- - - - wegyed her
all over—NO moddjil again, F 5 " E_ Aza m" - ky 4411
gravely, ivith a satisfied inspec- AL-ahe=en Illy
hard Kaye lingefed and noftenetiva - -- - _tarn it lin•
gereA, on that young fnco, was
written simplicity, dignity, truth. If thee
bee A friend of John's, WelCOtria 03 , to my
house." And now the room dini.„ z-Lic.cosked so
that I could not sue them; b.wit their
voices seemed a great way oil; smiiiim it—be chit.
elren's voices playing at the old. Niesse-4311-licAtd
used to sound to mo whop 1. lay -*a =mike" the
brow of t h o Flit—m he dimtam.-- it.,l....,,aghtar at
" I intend," John said, "as sc.v=s , a - a. as lam
able, to 4eave Norton Bufy, and - abroad
for some time." •• Whore IC - 43. Amer
ica. It is the beat-country fora 3117^ - 113 Ong HMI
who has neither money nor nor po
sition—nothing, in fact, bat his vir=aara = -n right
band with_whieh to carte' oat Kis -sencovx-totines—
as I will, if I can." She mormi - St_ sr-amod some
thing abOut his being " quite righcer--- " "•I'm
glad you think so." But his voi•cc- _ bad. re
sumed that format tomewhicliev‘m• INElLTldotholl
mingled strangely with itS /ow; d t4nrer
ness. "In any case, I must qua i< t England.
1 have reasons for so doing." " Wtat rta
sons I" The question seemed 'to startle
John—he did not' reply et - - u f.you
wish, I will tell you, in order themeat,.. +should I
over come back—oir if I ihoulselli want arms
back at all, you, , who_ woke kinalllL.Wartootigh to
lie my friend, *at lamer that IV.- unleikfuot ge
away Ann mere youthitil realc-it cawasnees,'or
lots of. chimp." Its.Ountinu...--.11----A.I oat
I going because enrei has befallen sawakie, a gireat
)Thutait;whioirWhile I Stay hers,. 3 "_casnot
: 4.: .'
get from or Oen:lonia._ J'4o not wish took)
under it—l hail illt.U4T. 43 Illetraaidi do Iny
• -snarlt -ita the world *Slit Irian ingllt. No
man' hails right to Say to hialtlikk4r,i4 My
I burth'en la heavier than I eau bear.' ' DO
you not think so f" "I do." "Do you
not think lan right in thus meeting and
trying to ounquer, an inevitable ill /I' 4 "Is
it inevitaltle 1" "'Nail !" John ankWered.
wildly. " Don't reaten with me—you can
a algo-- you do not know. It is enough
, nnti,limiit, go. If I idnLY I shall hecotne
unworthy mytiiqf, ttilwokhy of —. tor
give me, I havo 11G right to -talk thug; liiht.,
yon called me friend, and I would like you
to think kindly of me sanity's. Ilecitijo—
beelittae--." And his voice shook—in-Ad
thAW.rt utterly. "(hi I love tboe l ewd take
...like Of thee, wile, ever I re" n John
stay !'' it Was but a lute, faint cry, Ilko
tint% of a little lard, But h t : ti z i l o it—felt
it. , In the silence of the .141 . 'n, she Ciltipt up
td hi in, like a young bird to its mate,eind Ito
took hei into tha shelter of his hive r‘ii es
ennorc- At once, all ttlei mode' clear be
tween theta; fur' whatec'er the world alight
say, they were in the sight of heaven eral,
and she received as nun _h as idle gave.
When dud brou,da in light,, the room
st,mitl to ne, ut nrot, alt in a \'•tla dakrle•
Then I saw John Ilse and Ms, Mardi 4 td,
intn. Holdinglier hand, he led her &Gross
1 the room. Ilia head 411.11 creel, liiir'oyes
shiini—las u bolo aspect that of a hum
who declares heron) all Ilia world, 44 l'lda is
my own." "Eh T" said my father, gizitl
at them front over Ins rapt:etudes.. John
spoke brokenly, " We hove no valetas, liei•
ther she nor I. iJlei's her—for oho has
promised to be toy air, - And the old tuau
deastsl her with tears.
IVAN ITIO Y or ATTousr. vs,
The following examination of et rtsan caves
didate for /11.11111*..i0n to the har, takro from
the, Western Law ' Journal, is a
good one. The eraminer commeitcra with
the following •
Do you smoke 7"
"Have you a spare eivit:.,7"
(Faternlinit &short sis.)
"Now, sir; what is: tlio Arta' d cf a
`•TA collect fees."
"What is the second 7"
-To increase the number of his clieute."
"Winna dues your panttscni townttl* your
client cliange 3"
"When making a bill of coat.." •
“Whedtboy occupy the antaonlatic po•
hataue, 1 assume the diameter of ptaintitrand
, "A Itutt decided, how-do - you stand with,
the lawyer conducting the other lido 7"
• 'Chock, by jow/.''
'Enough, fur—you Inv:buds° to hec? me lin
ornament to lour proreSiOn, and I wit you
3UCCe%i: Now, you Aro siwaro of the duty
you owe las I"
'I am, uir."
.Dcacnbe It 1"
'lt is to Invite pod to drink,"
'But, suppuso I tlocline I"
(Candidate scratching hishinol) 'Mere
is no instance of this kind on record in !Is
hooks ; legal answer thruineatiosit-r -
are right., and the contiderino with
which you make tho assertion shows that
you have revel the law attentively. Let us
have a drink, and I will sign yuur certi
7*//E I) YEW/ SOP:/fEE.
In the memorable conflict at 'Waterleo, a
aiblier, mortally wounded, ryas conveyed to'
the mar , IT Anunulci, a diorama..
from the battle was laid down under slave.
The dying man requested to have hie knew
sack opened, that he might obtain from it
lux pocka Ilihk. lie then r',:ipltsted his •
comrade to read to him, if but. a Kilian purl ton
of it before he should breathe his lac,. Ile
wa f , staked what pittlsegc he would have read,
and ho fixed upon John 14 : 27: "Peace
Irmo with you, sty peace [giro unto: not
world .giveth,, amo.ymi.
nut your heart bw troubled, neither let
afraid." “Non," said the dying soldier,
die happy. I deeiced to patio peace WIN
Gel, and I possess Cite peeru of died which'
paeseth all underatanding."
A little ,while lifter, one of the oil} erie•
passed tae,r, and seeing him he each ad Ora
handed /late, he /hiked bawl hew- M 1 161 4' 1 '
Ile replied, tiii.M..tilt-Ltajor„llia
peace of God wldeli'paeseth all aodeertand.
lug ;" and then expired. -
F: ARP: YOU pOING,"
An anecdote is told of Finney, tl i nt rori•
satist, and a ratial4,, to tho following olrecl.;„
lie was liolding`forth in Roolloater, luta
in walkuut along tho- 'carol Otbe.
across a boatman who was twooring, iLrM
oualy. liarching noufronlo&fiint,,
and abruptly asked— . -
"Sir, do you know where you it. goingfl,', ;
Tho unsuspeeting . quin lulpooelVdy
(ha licowto going up tha CPAS' CM tit* boat '
Johnny Sande. „,,,,,
-Su, mar, you emu not,' d0n1ia0. 0 14 41 14 1 303',,tt
"you'artgoiemy, toti belt Niter than ikdual '
.boat can curvirey yeti."
The • boatmen lookettet, pie, e t igtanisk.
recut fora minute, see Abet returtied.ehe• ',,,
questiemq• , ,
.- • , i; - • , ~ e ... , : i
"Sir, deyOu lige! vli iigityir . At
, t w
i t; 4 lgaliCiimee, • .. ~,; •.,
:No., r,`" *Awe 'ffilr ' ..1
0 104 .the time -* ;IV • 4 -
tea Finney in hie erme snit *need wleNkfmi ,
'tethe murky niters. where he would,. have'-
dro myna/Jima tiot tieViiimoHzum releatemlithok ,
fished WM out. - • .., ,