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jBV FIRS* 1 SPECULATION.
sjo b:a: m tell il no*, and to be
b „ d m abmt it; bat there wis a time
h c toe b-»re mention of the name of
Jg-Kiebash would have made me very
M’icklebosh w-«s a rich speculator.
ft * af ’v as sin, with a daughter as pretty
6# 6 ri° k
Sffeet Miry Muckletosh !-what an
innocent face she had—confound
It wu my friend Wesley who intriduc
d ffl e to her. Mr. Wesley ans I Bad
rotten acquainted accidentally, shortly
Svermy arrival in the city, whither I had
W itb alm thousand j left me by
will, to seek mynbrtune.
Coming out of a sahon one evening,
wfce chum and myself had heeß
dis-ussins our prospects and some oysters
totreiber, without regard to listeners, a
fsipi] liar slap on the shoulder brought me
''exclaimed a smartish looking
efcapmeje gtfsses-’Heili! Is that you
50, r. isn’t. I repliei, coolly, withdraw
ic? , De hand be had grasped.
Xo: try old friepd. Cbirley Rike?’ said
kf, tfti' incredulously, - ’
'Mj name is Green—G. W. Green,’ I
p,pg your pardon, Mr. Green,’ said
ltt . s’.r&uger. ‘l’m a little near sighted,
r , ? ee. but you anl Charley are as like
He was evidently minified nt his mis*
use, anJ. f» nuke amends for my rude-
I him what be would take.
0 i rye,’ he signified
Mv friend and I look Bourbon.
A ceni ii chat foil >wed, ending in tbe
t i:r&ss.3n of mutual wishes for better ac-
A - oar: : at; the gentleman requested
-;; and handed us his. from which
that his name—it must have
c ;l" resell cf a famdy compromise —
J an Calvin We-ley.”
M' Wrstiey and I frequently met af-
and soon became fast friends,
jh made me known to hi? acquaintances
—ia. nr others to the Muckleboshes—
ml tat: was the way I got to know
I : ’remitted rank idolelcy at the first
se I caught of her face, and from
:;a: Mae on was her slave.
/ ,x f
My visits were encouragingly received,
is wtrl! by Mary as by her old fright of a
liltsr, who used to bore me with disquis
rns about ‘longs’ and ‘shorts,’ and
■tn: Is’ and ‘bears’ and ‘corners,’ whilst I
v&s dying to hear Mary sing
Oh. how che-ar-ming 'tie to love !”
I'. was in the days waeu the mania for
Vtc..iz companies was at its height. It’s
zv rs.-nble belief that, had Brigham
I been here then, he would have
lil b.« wives incorporated, thereby mat
ice iaem legally one person, and so evad
icc ’.Le effect of the Bigamy Act.
T&e:e was an organization, of which old
ILcseiD.tsa president, styled the
1 he. f>rident Breeze Company' said to be
jjssessed of a secret process of enabling
tb;p j vo furnish their own wind. The
invention was already perfected, and
woutd soon be ; ‘Now was the
time,’ said the circular, ‘to subscribe for
6hare c . as, in a few more days, none could
be hau f >r love or money.’
Mr. West/ had great'faith in the en
terprise. Hz was confident the shares
woul i po up a thousand per cent, as soon
the patent was issued. He advised
me to invest my m >ney in it. My thous
and- would become millions before I
tcew it. The rub was to get old Mackei
bosb to part with any of his stock. He
bad taken most of it himself, and had
prott.seJ the rest to a few special friends.
Wcy nr. ask Mary to use her influence
‘ or you ? suggested Mr. Wesley, adding,
Wllb a "wink, ‘l’m sure she woall only be
lw 'g J . ad to do it.’
lastied and said I couldn't think of
a itiithj. Bat I did think of it, and
to Mary about it, hinting dell
:nat I hoped that what was my in
rest would one day be hers.
She hung her pretty head, and said she
‘nection it to pa.’
i care no doubt she kept her word, for
*t*es I proposed to Mr. Muckelbosh to
invest my all in ‘lndepenent Breeze.”
Ce fcieoiy eonsented to take my money
£ nd cand over the certificates, adding,
Ul '-b & father-in-lswish smile, that he
wtiidn i refuse Mary anything.’
* se;2i *"l the opportnnity. and begeed
ptrmi.sM >n at once to spe&k my mind to
so, my son, he replied dropping his
j-rpocritical head, and letting fall from
squinty old eyes a pair of ready made
ie&rB * following their natnral di-
J* c Uon, came into collusion about a foot
°ib the end of his nose—‘Do so, my son ;
if Mary accepts you’—smiting him-
gently under the fifth rib—you shall
a fatherly welcome here.’
1 withdrew much affected.
Next day I called on Mary, resolved to
then my heart. 1 felt free to do so
Was not my own fortune made ?
therefore, could charge me with!
designs upon hers ?
As I entered, I met my friend, Dunn
same who was with me at
7 first meeting with Wesley—on the
£an?i C ° oinB out - He looked at me fie*
yan( * Passed on. He too,l may add,
let ’J 5 * the introduction of Mr, Wes-
WLtnl began ibis story I
CY JCDGB CLARK
c»uli go through it Without wincing.
Bit when I c >me to think of what a fool
Iratde of myself that day—how I got
upon ray knees, like the stage players,
and ranted worue than the worst of them
—how Mtry laughed in my face, and told
m i not to be a donkey, if I could help it
—how I accused her of loving another,
and swore to hare his heart’s blood—l’ll
be hanged if I tell it!—that’s all.
1 saw it all. Brown was my rival
His look was explained now. it Was the
look of triumph. But I would call him
toa stfirufaccoant.. Qa that S was resolv
ed. Pern ideas villain ! I bad-given him
my confidence, and thus he had abased
Brown, I found, had left the cityr, and
would be goneior a week. On the morn
ing of hh return I bailed at his lodgings,
determined to have U out with him.
He eat before so nutouched breakfast,
glaring wildly at the morning paper.
‘I have come to demand—'l began
‘R.-fld that,* he grasped, heedless of my
I took the paper and read the indicated
paragraph. It announced, in due form
the marriage, two days before, by the
Rev. Otto G »ode, of Mr. John Calvin
Wesley to Miss Mary Muckelbosh.
I Waste the act if invoking the reverse
of a blessing on the happy pair, when
‘Now read that' said be, pointing to
It was headed ‘Stupendous fraud !’ and
went on to state that the‘lndependent
Breeze Company’ bad just been discover
ed to be tbe basest of swindles. That
Muckelbosh and Wesley, with a few ac
complices, had gotten it up, and after
pocketing a snug sum by the sale of shares
to those simple enough to buy, tbe whole
party had decamped the day after tbe
wedding chronicled in another column,
tbe bride keeping her husband company .
‘Beggard !’ I exclaimed-
‘I loo,’ groaned Brown ; and to think I
was ass enough actually to propose to the
little minx. She had just refused me
when I met you on the steps that day.
Do you know, I came near knocking you
down, for I took you for my rival ?*
I didn’t tell my own experience.
One day recently a respectably dressed
man carried a well-grown child, muffled
up and apparently, sick, into French’s
Hotel. He placed the child on the stairs
and began to talk to it in a very unkind,
rough way. The attention of guests Were
attracted, and they gathered around.
“You are able to walk upstairs by
yourself,’’ the man said, “and I wont carry
“Ob, oh,” the child sobbed, “do carry
me up ; please, pa. db. You know ever
since I was run over by the car and lost
both my feet I can’t walk upstairs alone.”
“That’s all stuff,” the man answered ;
‘‘get up at onc3 or I’ll make you.”
The poor child began to sob worse than
before, and the brutal mm give it a
severe thump on the side of the bead.
The chil l moaned piteously. The indig
nation of the bystanders was excited, and
one of them said to the man. “Is that
“What’s that to you?” the man answer
ed; “I won’t tell yon.”
“He’s—my—father,” the child sobbed,
‘and—he—killed—my—mother— Just—a s
The man doubled his fist and made as
if he was about to give the child a savage
blow. Oue of the bystanders interfered,
“Say, if you d n’t slop this I’ll call a
policeman. I never saw such a brutal
father in all my life."
The man-began to fumble in his pock
ets, and the child cried out. “Take care,
he’s got a knife. He.’s agoing to stick
Sure enough the mm produced a knife
and opened it. Tne crowd slipped off one
by one, except two.
“Bring an officer,” one of these cried to
“If lam to be arrested,” the mac said,
“it shall be f»r something,” and there
upon he plunged the knife into the body
of the child. The child shrieked, “I’m
murdered. I’m murdered,” and a crowd
rushed to the spot. The man quitely
raised the child in bis arms, and remov
ing bis hat, said ;
“Gentlemen, this is a wooden child.
I’m a ventriloquist, and any 1 itlle offering
you may be pleased to make will be very
acceptable.— J&. 7. San.
No one has yet beva able to analyze or
demonstrate the essential action of per
fume. Gas can be weighed, but not
scents; the’smallest Known creature—the
very monads of life—can oe cangbt by
microscopic lens and tbide to deliver up
the secrets of their organizational what
is it that emanates, from the-pouch of the
mnsk deer , that fills a whole space lor
years and years with its penetrating odor
—an odor which an illimitable number of
extraneous substances can carry off with
out diminishing it in size and weight;
and what is it that the warm summer air
brings to us from the fl iwers no man has
yet been able to determine.
Thebe was a vast amount of sense in
that Troy landlord who look a set of
false teeth out of the mouth of a man
who had eaten a big supper and break
fast and wouldn’t pay him. As they
were what did the mischief they should
pay the bill.
loVisibility of Perfume.
THE RADICAL: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1873.
HINTS TO HOTEL WHITERS.
We reprint from Lippincott’s Magatin«
a receipt for concocting a novel. It will
be of great assistance to writers who, hav
ing only material for a brief tale, are de 7
slrous of publishing a nov ' *n three vol
“Constance,” said Phillip to his sister,
“1 have got im very well with my novel.
I have written fifty pages, described my
hero and heroine, made them thoroughly
in love with each other, land now I intend
to part them for a season, without letting
theta be: certain of the state of each oth
er’s hearts. I think narrative my forte,
but it will not do to have no conversa
tions, and my dialogue seems to be short
and trite. Do look over this
'Helena. Tour letter has arrived, I
'Bertram. Yes, I have just read it.*
I must delay no longer;’
'H. then shall you start V
‘B. To-morrow, at the latest.’
'H. Have you told my aunt?’
‘B. Not yet; I must do it now.’
*H. Shall you go direct to London?’
‘B. No, 1 stop one nightjat the Orange.’
'H Oh, then I will ask you to be the
bearer of my letter.’ ,
*B. Is that all you will permit me to
do for you?”
*H. I am careful not to burden my
'B. Then you have no belief in tree
‘Well, Philip, let me try whilst yon are
at the office, and see what I can suggest/
‘Your letter has arrived, I see,’ said
Helena, turning, as Bertram entered let
ter in band.
'Yes, I have just read it,” he replied,
advancing and leaning his arm on the
‘Well?’ said Helena, stooping as if to
warm her hands, but really endeavoring
to shade her face.’
‘lt says I must delay no longer,” he an
swered, trying to assume an air of indif
‘When shall yen Start? she said, resum
ing her work and fixing her eyes on her
‘To-morrow, at the latest,’ he replied,
transferring the letter to his pocket.
‘Have you told my aunt?’ she said,
searching her work-basket for her scis
‘Not yet; I must do it now,’ he said,
patting back the little ornament his el
bow had displaced.
‘Shall you go direct to London?’ she
said, trying to disentangle a skein of col
'No;I stop one night at the Grange,’
be said quietly, but with an air of deci
‘Then I will ask you to be the bearer
of my letter,’ she added, laying down her
work as she spoke.
‘ls that all you will permit me to for
you?’ be asked, anxiously.
‘Ob, I never burden m 3 friends,’ she
said, raising her bead and tossing back her
‘Then you have no belief in true
friendship,’ he answered, in a tone of bit
•That is pretty good,’ said Constance to
herself, ‘but 1 will take these two young
people out of doors; perhaps Philip may
be better pleased.’
‘Your letter has arrived, I see,’ said He
lena, advancing as Bertram opened the
‘Yes, have just read it,’ he replied, as
he secured the fastening. 9
•Well,’ said Helena, taking thi pith t o
‘lt'Says I must no longer,’ he re
plied, a bunch of wild flow*
ere he had gathe red in his walk.
‘When shall you start ?’ said Helens,
turning away to pluck some rosebuds,
which she added to her bouquet.
‘To morrow, at the tatest,’ be answered,
flinging aside roughly a branch thaler >ss
ed bis path.
‘Have you told my aunt,’ said Helena,
tying the strings of her hat.
‘No;I must do it now,’ be said, holding
out his hand to relieve her of her parasol
as they entered the avenue.
‘Shall you go direct to London ?’ she
‘No; I stop one night at the Grange,’
be said, inviting her by a gesture to take
a seat upon a rustic bench.
‘Oh, then I will ask you to he the
bearer of my letter,’ she said, quickening
her steps lest he should perceive her emo
‘ls that all you will permit me to do
for you?’ he said, with more feeling than
he bad yet permitted himself to show.
‘Tee; I am careful not to harden my
friends,* she added, drawing her mantle
around her and speaking in a tone of
‘Then you do not believe in true friend*
ship,* he replied, as they reached the
house, and with a heightened color threw
back the hall door and made way for her
to enter. !
•—The young lady who refused to go
into a rifle factory' because Some of. the
guns bid no breeches, U‘ spending a few
weekrinthe country .i‘
—“More bread, landlord. I always ept
a good deal of bread with my ineatt”
“So I see, sir, and a 'good deal of meat
with your bread.**
—"Have the jury agreed ?’* asked the
sheriff as be met a court attache on the
stairs with a large pitcher in his haudi.
‘‘Yes, sir; they agreed to have a gallon
of beef, uid sent me out for it.”
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B Singer, Ri
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no vl 1-70—jeSO-71 L-—'
Instant relief for the
troa ]> ,ed with that terrible disease
receive Immediate and complete relief by us-
Ijf* B »®lcted with It for twelve years, entirely
unfitting me for business for weeks at a time; tod
l u o « ere< lJkl B ** me, iy by experimenting on my
effiecf tef “ oUier medicines failed to Sf y
I WILL WARRANT IT TO GIVE INSTANT
n all eases of Asthma not complicated urith other
ANY PER gON AinrKß ONCE USING WILL
NEVER BE WITHOUT IT.
Pamphlets containing certificates by mail FREE,
FOR SALE BY
Ho£° Andrie*sen.Beaver, Pa.
T 7 ,RanneteA Ga Rochester.
i AND DKTOGISTO GENERALLY.
En terprisb saloon and
OFSN DAT AND NIGHT.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS}
No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late St. Clair,)
C. H. BENTEL,
J. W. COOK, President.
Bnvxa Pall b, Fkhx’a.,
W. 3. BPSTEBBB, i
h. 3. bpetereb. Cashier
f . CHAS. B. HURST,
Rochester, Beaver Co., Pa.