The Carbon advocate. (Lehighton, Pa.) 1872-1924, February 21, 1874, Image 1
mmmmmi ""jjj"!!! I ,. H. I M I ll I I I II I MM I lim.l I fflll , I I M llll lllUll I tJjaMIMMIIWiIMWlMHIIJJlILlUUWIJIBIIII ll IMII., She fwiii ik M-g :M .... " ?'v:l':;,';..r. ixPEPEjypETVT"-" MvgAyii"MjE. ... ,,,, -g; ; ;,. -yoi.'. 'li.,i5So. 111. LEI1IGI1TON, CARBON COUNTY, PEWA, SATURDAY MOIttfLVG. FEBRUARY 21, 1874 sTn-OLE COIMES, TIIURR OBnTs LeTnnWri Directory n iV 1 d i 1 .Afcent. y?. p,;Fretlrlrl,- Singer, .lewing Machine and In luran,next to K. II. Snvder'a, ll.mk atreet. Unrlier, HH.WIDD1, Hiamg llitr Culling and Siam pntitfli aielef?tx'h.iiire Unlfl. Dtiik .lreet. Hoot mid Shor Alakrra. 'Cbarlea Yenaeri nAjf (J ijijtiiov the pottMce, Bank fclrwtf.attOfcaferin Otnectlonery. iCIInlon Itretney, fn Uilan'i building HnU afreet. .411 mdtri promptly JUlfdxoark K irrauted. , HiMifmaa'A Kuhnfi onpoaile Olwrfi atore, Dink atreet. Ml ordert promptly filleiLi Dryflonrta anil Groceries. Z. II. Long, opp. 1.. S. Depot, Hank ft., dmlcr in Hardware, Quceniipate, Ladiei Vrett Oaodi, ifc. n. A. jieltiV fe'uefcel'a. liloelt, Uaok t.. Dry Gmli, Groctriet, guipitwrt, Carpcfi, ,Oil CtMi C dial. & It! "Snyder, limit' atreet; Zry Gooda, Xoliont, Drtu Goodt, GrtKtriet, Quccntware, UardiMre,tc. Drag! and Medicines. A;J miJrtlne, Bret, ttr nbore. I. i'.,'Bank' street. !PiUj int,'XtAf"ir!, lilent Metticinci, etc. YP.Semnjel.neariy opp. KachanRe Hotel, atreet, Cullivafarl, Out, liiU, Guana, at. Bank f'T n Hotel. ; TlioDi,latiU,r,itiifhniif;,trp.ruUIO Equa'.e, Hank ft. Patrtmogt tdii-itcd. furniture Wareliouie, V. StliwartJ.aiank afreet, dealefin all Hnii of Jirmlurr Zytlint maiU to order. T ' ' 'MeYciiaiil Tailors." Clau'a AJhc, Hank Urcetl and dealer in Gente' untuJiinp tAMi, lkxtt;&lioei, llatt, Una, f& -Xhcmaa 8, Hack, I'. 0. l ulldinh B'kH. Cnt' FurnithitigfiiKtdt, JfaU, O'D. .VViooi UuJ.t,tt& i k milliner. "Ir. KOFath; Ba"k ftrei-t..2jid door below (he SI. Jl Cbufth. .Voti'mu and Trimmingt .Pliyelclaue ntiil Surgrona. Dr. C.' Oermaif. cc pier t Hank and Irun slrc L'omultatinn in EngUih and German. ,. IruvUluiiii. Jot. Onert. Hank at., Vk inj. Curinff nnri Smot ing l!alliihntnt. Alt orderi promptly Jilted. jrJl'atlTntior Siulllinkat., ilealeri in Flour and ll ialjSKKtHf, I'TUdtUndXegiluulei. Wntclmtnlxer, and JcHeler, A.l.'tfuliH-mi-r, 'fimiti flrtet; alcve Bank al. XDttdtr MlVuW, Cloili; Jiingt, tic ATiqnsy as!j, cpo.ssuLLor. at law, ;Bas!sniHT,' Liniijiiip.t, r. Kal Ktte and Collfctloli Atf ncy. Will But and .hell ll.al Kflate, Convejamiim l eatly doi e. Col )ectlc,priniitVm,iUe. t-'tttllns t:nt.n uf D-.(edeiitf-aufweiaUy. ilay.be coiibultvd lit knulUb aad Oeioram ' Iov.. Ip IL'SttYPlSH,; , .1 , ( , " "SJctTicEoi'-'iniiTFACE;- ' t ' ' lli-hlRliton, Pa. Office lii-lils store, npi'Sllp Hie Fucle Holrl,fi,-Cillttioiis.rtiitl Uiiivsiiig up of, DreuiWmpily iritMlM to.4" n22-)m ni t I.. JTJ .i.i,E.w,i5:n, "att6inV:y at law, OFF;cn: (ro'uni I?lor1")lheiiwnd.ll'onerthe Mulou 'lliljae,"ltiutti i limik, 1'j.' IHiflnew Iraifaacled.ln.CjiaHili jindUiiuuir. Collmloua proinply tat(f and Jj) tejiim-lnn mallydoi e, -gjo c, pmiMtckc1, DISTniCT ATTOltNtV, ATTOnxi'.V A.T T.W,. Ollke. n IlBmtiTtKt.'t.ratiCloor.WloiT Amrili-nn l.ot(J,M!$e).puWiMW.'at Cvlleion lirrmpt , ldilde. Nor 23, ll ' " ' ! J It. U1J1.1I1CK, Civ. RAUCTlbNEEn, A; A. Enit Velaa;inrt, Pn r ' A , , ' ' Ktl. ?ale of eiefy Jefrrlptlon attended 'to at rrafoiiaVl,'fliir)!ef. t 'ifae nstruuag or t put.llu l repwlldlly iilliltHl. " Jan.il; '74. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ( ri'UCIIUNpPA. Oct 18, 1873. lien you go to 'Wclaiiiorti Don!t fall to call In ard sea .'W. Jj. SMITH, -: ' - L 'nt' tlm WEIS.SpORJ,,. HOUSE. . j 6o hceps.'evcry'lli(nK nice, fmiiomAS k9ii;rcr, CONYEYANCEn, '' 1 AUff G'ENER Ali :IaURANCE. AGENT, The following Compmlei ire Kepretentedl Lebanon .Mitt ual FIrcr , , Heading Jtiflifal Fire, .jV Wjwlng FItp, I'olUvllle Flrp, r ,. LeJiij-lfHIre, and the . Travelers' Arcfdt-nt Iiisurance, Also iihsylVai)la and Mutual Horse 'tlitft Detttili'o lli-uraiico Com pany. y r , 'March gU(,l87a. rfflKiie for:i874. 200 rgfefKVaOO'EiiAravlnps hnd Colored rinto. ruWlt!id Qunrn tly, at 25 cts JiYcr.f fclieiWiu lur 1874 JuM ImuiuJ. A),tii,-ruiai4fituii nt.'s.vino jiilci. f- AMdirmirt V JAMKS V1CK, 4Waj).. ltnylin.tir.K..V. J-BOVD'HiiXKl, t " v ; ; i .ArcniteDt ;and. Superintendent, Nir. 143 ."7tliBtwet'iAlleiltown, Tb., furnlblies I'lshsi tSpecificatibris and KbU lim'tei forI'Ublle"andPrlvat()'iiUIUIInBi. (.'t.i 11.11. ... .-. cnurf, 'Akette, cbi:., v,uiiMiur;t(t nun 6et-Up by! the iiibot'uirilrovcd liiftliod,1 and ft "short notice'. ' l'utionaco Is les pcctfslly KolldtVr L'Ma callblartion uaiaotiSaJis,t:' .Uapr.CO-yl I Kailroad Guide. PENNSYLVANIA KAlLItOAD. """ ' Fast Time and Sure Connections ! Five Kxpreii Trnlne Dnlljr from llarrlaburg lo the Went. Pullman Palace Cars through from Ilar burg to Chicago, Cincinnati, Louis ville and St. Luuhi. Thenumber of mllff nperMed and rontrolled by tbla Company enable. Ittn run eara through with fewer changes than by any other Hoe. Passengers, will find this, in all respects, The Safest, Quickest & most Comfortable Route! BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH IS- For Kates, Tickets and all In formation, apply at all Principal Offices m Lineof Lelilph Vnllpy and Lehth x Su-tiuehanna Railroads, and at, P. It. 1!. Uepot, llarrlaburg, Ta. A. .I.CAS.ATT, (leneral Manager. P. M. rtOVH. General I'nciieiip-r Airent. J. N..AIIUKV, tern Traieling Aeut. Mar. h 8, 1U73- 901 Chestnut r I'bllad'a. JigOIlTII I'ENNA. IIAII.KOAO. Winter AnitAttoEMtNT. Paaenzers for Philadelphia will leare lehijhton if followat .1.10 a. m , tla L. v.; irrlteat Thllaat 7S7a.tn.rla I,. 8. ' " 8.55 a.ra 11.10 a.m. 11 in p.m. 2 15 p.m. 2.15 p.tn. 5 35 p.m. 8.2U I'.ni. 8.20 p. lu. 10 3U p.m. T39 a.tn.tla I.. V. 11.07 p.m. vh I.. S. 11.0i p. ni. via I.. V. Ml p.m. la I.. S. 4 47 p.m. tin LaS. 4.44 p. in. via. U V. t-30 p. ni. t, tj. . Heturnini;, leave dpot at Herki and American Streeta, 1'liiln., r. 7 10, 8 30 and 9.45 a. in.; 2.10 and A 15 p. m. fare trout Lenlsbwu to VbUidrlpbla. 125. Feb. I, 1971. MILLS Ul-AUK, A.'.nt 0 CM'IIAl. It. It. Of- N. J. I.1.II1GII i SUfQL'KIIANNA DIVISION. mXTKtt Altlt.tXUKMLXT, Comiiienvlii Deo. 15, 1873. Down Tiuixs. o. j. Iavt A. M. Oreen ltldhC,.... .,..., MTanttiu '.... I'lttMon Wllkea llatre ..... tVhlte llaidn '. I'etiii, lia'b June, Maucb Chunk 7 30 No. 3. a', m. 7.30 7-15 8.112 8J0 BM' 10.37 11.03 11 68 1211! in 17 12 43 So. 6. A.M. 10 25 10 30 10.57 11.25 "12.. 5 13J A2.0J 12 20 3.17 3.25 3J7 4.0J No. 7. e. m. 1.25 1.30 4 -VI 20 3.40 4.19 4.40 5.39 5 47 I, 0 C-5 Catafauo.ua ..... Allelltow Bethlehem'. Arrive hanlon 8.35 K.43 0 00 9 27 .Up Trains. No, I0. No. 4. Kn 0. Ko.14. r. m. r. m. 3.55 -7.15 4 27 ' 7 45 4 37 7.57 4 45 8-liG AV45 . 023 .... 708 SJO .... t55 9 25 9.30 A. ll. A. II. 11 50 1213 12 25 Al.25 L1.1J 2 40 4.10 4 26 4 55 6.1.0 Kafton Bethlehem Allentrwi , Catat-auqut S55 0111 9, 4 Mnuib Chunk 1 .25 I'cnn Unrett J'n. 10 45 Uhltrllavei 11.2.1 ttlll.el)urte 12 40 I'lttftot 1 ICI rkraiitcn i;ii) trr.Ureeul.ldje 135 Connections. Xefiuehntilng Valley It. Y. Down tralna Noa 3 5 and 7, anil Up tialns Nos. 10 and 4 connect at Mauch Chunk. Xorth lnn'a it. It Down tralna Xm 1,3,11 4 7VotinetiatHetblehCnt'or 1'blladelpltta. Up tralna Noa. 10 & 4 connect at Bethlehem fr Philadelphia. Ileturiilnif leaicl'ljlladelplila at7.1ll. ni. f,r taa ton, 1aucti Chunk, Balli, Ullkea Barre, Tamaiua, i-tantuu, Mhaaii, 'At-.; af 9 45 a. m. for Kaston, Mauch fliulik, Tautaitua. U llllanifiairt, Wllkea llarro mid Scr.mion; at 2 10 p. ut fir Scrautou, Wllkea llarruand Intermediate ftatlutif; at 3 30 p. m. Hr lUth and Kastou r at 0.15 p. lu. ft r Maucu Chunk. Tumaqua Iranc, Up tralna Noa. 10 A 4. and Down tralua Noa. 3,5 A teotinvctatMauihthunk to and from Tatuaiua. LehigK. d- Lackawanna ,. Down tralna Xoa. 1 A, 7, and Up trillua Ni. 10 A Crtmuect at Beth, lebeni for Bath aud Chapman QuarrUa, Iteturn. a$ leate Chapman' nt 7.10'a: nt. and 2.13 p. in. tVnlral Itaitroad t.J XeuiJertey.S 11 tralna make cIokm connection at ha.ton with traloiou Central llailrnad of New Jerfey. liMdere-JMauurt Jt. Tf-Down tralna Noa. 3 A5,and Upttalna Noa.4 A 14 ioutect at Phllllpa burg with Bel.Del. It. II. to aud Iroin 1'relltoa, Philadelphia aud Belttdere 1'hllaaelphia dijteudmg Jiailroai. The Depoti of the tjiat. Peun it. It. aud the L. A i. DlvUlon are connected by Ktreet Care. , 11. P. BALOW1N, 67en. iiin(r Agent. Fb.7, le74. E. H. SNYDER, laEIIIGIITON, l'ENN'A,, DEALER IK Dry Goods, Notions, i GIIOCEIUES, QUEEN'SWAItE, Glassware, Ilirdwaro, Ac. May 31, 1873, rVJIic jiiidcrnlgnetl rcNiec(- fully aniiouiici-ti that he is better pipainl tliuti uyi-r to Uuy aud Sell ' . Ill tics, " Calf anil SUeop Slilns, Talluw unci ' ' I'lafitorliirT Hair, t his Old tSJaml, nearly opposite the pol ortltif, ltunk Street, lebiyliton. fST The highest uaali pritus paid for ll'Ji'nnud Skiua. (wv. U. U. E, GXtENVALI). 50,000 For $1.00. Tjnnr. fiiist ghkatsalt lake Gift Conci-it, authorized hy and under tin- iinintiliatc MipervMon of the city auihorlthss of Corlnne City, 'for tlm bent-lit unit in aid of the Public Free Scloolt The Only Free School In Utah Tirr'y. TBUSTEES OF PUBLIC FREE jCnOOL, Capti 8.- Ilnwe, J.' ft. Gerrlali and Alex. Toiionce. '5 TO 11E Dlitrllitittd tn tlic Ticket Holder! AT A Grand Gift Concert, TO BB HELD AT Tlin Opera House.Ciiy of Corinne. March 31mI, 1S74. Depoaltory, Iliukif Corlnne. 500,000 "TICKETS ! PRICB $1.00 K1CBS. OH SIX FOR FIVE .DOLLARS. $226,500 IN GIFTS, AS I'ULLOWSl 1 Oiand Cash IV , . , 50.000 13.000 12.000 8 0.0 C.0O0 & I.0J 4,100 3.0 ll 2.000 5 000 1J.IO0 J',0 10 om 14.1,00 0 000 0,5 0 50,100 I It .1 I " " II t II .1 I .. :. 1 I. B M 20 " ' 101 2 JO ;uo CjO " " W 10 " i 60.00) " ' (lo:o 600 each co-h 101 each (0 each 2J 10 5 1 e-tcn eaih e.uh each 62.931 CashQirtf.anKittnllu lo $22C 51,0 O.VE CHANCE IX EVERY N1XEI The distribution will be In public, and will In; Hindu under thti same form mill rrjjutatloiis us the San FiaiicUuo and Louisville Lihrniy (Jtft CoueeiLs, uniler the Mipetvir.ioii of n eoiiiuiitteoof prominent citizens telected by the ticket tioldors. Itefi rence as to tho Inlemlty of this enteipriau uti.l of Ilio management Is , made to llie'followinjj well known cftl zell.: Sun. L. Tibbals, A. Toponce, J. Mhlah. J. II, (Jerrlsh Membew of City Coum-il. Judge T. J. Illack, lss't U. S. yls sesMir; Jlalsh & Grfi-nwald, pioprlii tor MetropoliUn Iloti-I; Kugeiiu Moore, City Maiahiil; XV. XV. Hull. Architect; J. Kehoe, 6'outable; J. Kupfer, Jew eler; dipt. S. Howe, C'oiitiaetor; 0. L). liiuhmoiiil it Co., Commission Mer chants; M. E. Campbell, pioprii-tor Centriil Hotel; Singleton & Ciiath, pro prietors Paeillo Stables; S. P. llileli, Meielianl. Sandv. Utah: .1. u, lleh'iia, Moiitnua. it o will also am ounce that each and every person bujlng a ticket can atauy and Ml times examine our books and all littsliit-BS transactions connected with tint enterprise; and as tlm drawing of pil7.es will be placed in the hands of honest noil illsliiteieatnl men, It will In bure a lair nl.d Impaillul disliibutiou (ood Kcaiiuliallile Agenta AVanteil Liberal Coiiiiuiitloti Alloireil., 1ST Money Hhuuld be M-nt by Ex presit or by Uiatl on any solvent bank, by lV-tolllco Money Order, .or Rrgls tercd letter, at our risk. For particu lars, uddress E. MflllflAV. tnnr.r LocU llox 158, Corluue, Utah jai 3-3ui J.IVIU ED BERT'S Livery .& Sale Stables, UANIC RTKEIST. LKHIOIITO.V, Pa. I always keep on hand the best hor ses and finest carriages, to bo let at livery at the lowest prices. Conveyances can be had of me at the shortest possi ble notlc.-, nt any hour. I would call the attention of the public to my tpeci al fiicllltlen for supply ii.g single or nim ble teams for funerals, Jic. t or. 22. 173. . DAVID KIlBKItT. TJgo Rtillucrs &. Contractor. PRINCE'S METALLIC? PAlijT COTAJ(Y Uloow rcvlt prcpcul toeraet A STONE MILL, 40i5J feel, 3 alory and inlp, ir Unamati'a SCi Inn, ll. the (.. i r. 'Iliad, Is-pirata hldl luiUa' Ulade fur caret r aud m ,Mn nork. FouinJatloa i.oh coujplei4. lur pUn p-ciuc4tuas or pat I lUuhue, call uu otfAaf.u ' ---. A.al'niNCl!, Jkll- Uaiiii Oip, CmIwi Co, Pa. 'OUMAN'S DICTIONARY EVERY DAY WANTS, CONTAININO 2O;0OO Rc:i-iitM, In Every Departmentof Human Effort. It Is prlnlid on trnrg, heavy paper, fiom new flrctiotyi e platl-s, In tine volume of fi30 royal octavo, dotible eoluinn pages, nlphalii-llcally arranged lu divisions and sub-iivlrioiis. It Is Issued in two different styles of binding Kncllsh cloth, wlili rruiii back stainp. $4; leatlier, sprinklnl edges, ribbed back (library style), U 75. Ask tlm flrst book canvasser you meet to show you a copy, when without doubt you will piucliuse It. If you de hire a copy and cannot find a book agent who has it, a copy will bo mailed on receipt of the pi Ice by the publisher. It will he useless tn ask for It in a bnolt btore, as It Is Fold only' through can vassing agents, and it will nevenbo on sale In book etores If the publlsherscau prevent it. No Hade, profession or occupation but what Is represented therein. Tho Housewife will fiiut aids and sugges tions therein Invulnerable. The Car penter, thu Uulhler, the Blacksmith, will find material aid eacli in tl.elr n spectlve departments. The yuing lady will find Innumerable aids lo pass her time not only pltasan'tly but profitably. I'lin Fanner and Stoek-iaiser will there nap hiu-li valuable hints as cannot be found outride n small agrleultuial'llbra ry. 'I he Dress maker, Dyer andClear ciarelier will find there just what they want to kno to make themselves per fiet In their different specialties. The Trapper can liml In no other book'or books the stents contained in You man's. The sh k can turn up therein to the particular (II-cmso with which they urn tumbled, mil learn the latest Ifii.edie.s with methods for honvi treat ment. Hut ili.simpo8slbletoiniimer.ilb every parllcul ir branch of every em ployment that Youmuii's Uiitlonaiy tines not advance new and valuable In toruiiition iheieon. S. T. LEOPOLD, Agent lor Lehinhton, W'elssport, and Funklln township. Jan. 31, 1874. lit: its A YIIATTAIV Smlnpr Illln nml l!iiiiiliiiiiiiiii MATTUESS. P. J. KISTLEIt. POSTM1STEU OF WElSSPOItT, hss been ap.olnted fluent for Leldgl ton, 'elepi,rt and vieinlly to uive our citizens - clianeu to st e and test the merits of the airange meutof spilngs. Jl,i s willing to put them on tiiul for any person lor one week, ami if they .In not pi-ove supe rior to the Woven XX'iro Mnttress.i Put i.aui, Yankee. Noifolk. XV rigid, Spring field, Howe, Tucker. Eun k.t, Junn e, I mpeilal, United Slates. XX'alker,' Con necticut. Eagle. Salum or any of the two thousand and one Spring lleds that have been put itoii the market, you are not asked to buy It. The ahovo named hed.s have been discarded to make looiii for the Improved It lias no hiding place tor Lug-, lias i o slats Oil toil Ol tl.l) rlirlliiM- lint. I ii'At't 'ill ftr canvas, hooking nt the bare of the spring, inai may n0 taken oil and tho slats lemoved (for chauliit; or other wise,) by anybuly in live minutes mid lepbiced at pleasure. Tho sprint's may be changed to other portloni of the bed with very little tumble. Tl'in Hnrtn4 me wairanted to keep p'ace and la't i""Kui innn iiny oiner in use. .tor in- vniius u cannot tie sur ft-ed. He fits Iheiii to anv ln tNlenil i,r ,llff..r. ,.l wii,i of persons, the largest number under me iimvirsi pnuoi me nouv, anil wltn light eovi ling or hmks. cotton, straw ued. or hair mattress, thev mlnliL tlinm. selves completely to thu body, The iauiissimu.il call and see thu arrange ment Of stllllliM fur III. frmlla nml unl have lo use i'eulliers In warm weather. They are belter than toothing syrup or cordials for the little ones. The springs are made from the. verv lipst. incr ntn.ii fiom t lie celebrated Sheffield wokrsof .ngiauu. uome one and all and see them These beds have, been fully es tablished In twelve different States. The Furniture men are especially In vited to cull and examlno these beds. Beds put upon trial and no one asked to puichase until alter a fair trial. I J. KISTLER nov 8 '73-tt Ageut, XVeiseport. Jut s tie i-fa, a vaioUak.aiBi 5 5 Only Tho UolUra null Haifa Year AtDltlJ TO-DAY PRINTIN6 & PUBLISHIHQ CO,, 73! Sisaoii.Dr, I'uilicurau, 712 DroiJaajr, N. V. 3 B.boct S: Dtitoo. IU, 116 A III B. JUUlM ft , Clttai, IT' ?f -E-.Sr-S.S 0"" t 7 t-f t Ct"- . The Ilnbea hi the Wnode. (niO l'ISB FLAT, 1871.) "Somctld'nK characteristic." eh ? Humph I I reckon you mean hy thnt, Something that hnnpcneil tn our way. Jlern at thu'ci-ossln' of lllir I'lno Kfiit. Times aren't now its they used lo be. When ttolil was lluah anil Iho boys were frisky. Anil a man would pull out Ids battery Koranytliinu-tnuybotho price orwhlsky Xothiiift ofthnt soit. eh? Tlints strninre. Why, I thought you tnlirht bu dlvurted, Ilearlni; how Junes, or lleil Itoc-k llntiL'e. Drawed his -Hint to the Unconverted," Anil saylntt. Whar will you have It V shot tlierokeu Bob nt tho lust Oebatlnt; I n bat was tho question t I lot-got But Joiie3iUUii;t.lKoUob s way of stating Kothinff of tho kind, ell J You mean SomuthltiK milder! I.cfs sec Uh, Jool Toll to tho stranger that llttlo seeno Out of tho "Uabes in thu Woods." You know Babes was the name that wogavo 'cm. sir. Two lean lads in their teens, unit crooner Than oven thu belt ol spruce and in- where they built their nest,uml each day t'rew leaner. Ko'ono knew whero they camo from- Nono Unreit tojiak if they huil n mother. Itunnwny schoolboys, maybe. Ouo Tall anililntk us a spineoi.tho other Bluo unit told in tho eyes anil hair, Soltjxiul 4ow In his speech, hut rarely Talkluc with us;, and wo illdn t care. To get at their secret at all unuiily. For they woro so quiet, so sad and shy, Content to trust enoli other sololv, That somehow we'd always shut ono eve, Am thoy passud to tholr 'work Twas a AViit-n.i,iil nln l,ii iYiiiiiieverseeintoouscrvotncm wnoiiy. IIIUJ ,l,SOUIl IU AVorn -out clnlm. And It paid them grub. Ihcy could Uvo without It, For tho boys had a way of leaving camo In their teit, aui forgetting all about It. Yet no ono nskoil forthelr secret' Dumb It Jay In their big eyes' heavy IioIIOwm. It wu iiiideistnod.thiit no onuslioulil como To their tent unaware, save tho bees nml swallows So thoy lived nlono.. Until ono wnrmnight I was sitting herejitthutent.door,so,lr, nmiliKr ln ivnrlil.-.. nimninr T., r.. When'outof the sunset's rosy light ' coming ill tins nariiho n mnnei. In ro up roso tho sheriff -of Mariposa. I'ly they told tho President that tliey , . fcV,.i?S.ra ll,l.. - " llttlo. Aniltheio Isn't much you can fetch'nlong I o make the sinews of .lack' Hill brittle. "tin mini tho BubesI" ho whisneieil, hoarsii: ForYVe,a"storynn.C.tJ!,,;it S'. 1 vo got a wan-ant; G-d u-n It, hurry f ,,,,, , bin'0 y " S0C" " aoros3.tl10 I iiin 'to thelr.tciit and found them lying Dead in cuofi others arms, and mill Clasping the drug they had taken flying, And t here My their secret, cold and bare, Tlteirllte, their trial -tho old old stnryi l or tho sweet bluo eyes and tho golden Wcre.u woman's ilia ine and a woman's glory. Who wcro thoyf Ask.no more. or nsk I lie sun .that visits their L'ravo so lightly; .... iiie'iuwiij; rt-UIIS, lir UISK Tho inounilng crickets 'that chirrup All of theli- llfo bnt Its Jovo forgot, i ?. ttas ''' '' """0 " Intoetlei't. Kvcrythtng tender ami sort and mystic; At tie same time, to appease the In Theso nru our Jiubes iutho Woods, you vo dlans, a siimptumts feast wn-) made-for, --Iluman Knturc-.tbats character. !'" f''1'' i' I' who du.lng istici lira llarte. tllB "otter slate of fi elingS which seem- I ed lo prevail, took occasion tn pxnlalif Romance of an American iuccn. In 1783 tho srttlompnt of Gpnrgin was commenced by a .numlier of Eng- lisb people, who. were brought ove. by Genera Oil ethnriii, on, I nllxlinil IL.ilr I Ti r ' V I tents on the. very spot now occupied by I the city of Siva.mah. In his intercourse with tho Indians. he was greatly, assise d by an 'Indian woman, whom he found In Savannah, by tlie naini) pr Mary Musgrove. Shu had resided among the lEuuliah in an other part of the, country, and wm.well acquainted with lielr language,. Sim was of great use, therefore, to Gi'neral Oglethorpe. In Interpreting, what lie said to the Indians, and .what they said to him. I' or this purpose he gave her a hundred pounds n jcar. Among those who eame over with Geneial Oglethorpe was n man by tho naumuf Thom.ts ilesoiuworth, who was mo chaplain, or minister, of thu col ony. Soon after Ids arrival ho married me aoove mentioned Indian woman Mary Jfusgrovo. Unhappily, Desom worth was at heart a bad man, tliougl by profession n minister or tho He was distinguished for hls prido and love of lichen and Influence. At tho same time, he was very aitful. Yet, on act'uuui ot ins profession, ho was, jor time, mucu respected by tlie in dlans. .4t ono of the great councils of tlie Indians this' artful man inluced some of the chiefs to crown Malatche, one if me grearest among them, and to de clare him prince and emperor of all the Creeks. After this. fm i,mlB UU wife call Herself the eldest sister of 'Malatche, and she told the Ii.dlans that one of her grandfathers had been made kipg by the Groat Splrjt over all the Creeks. Tho Indians believed wlnr, Mary told them, for since General Oglethorpe had been so kind td her they hnd become very prouu ot ner. luey called a great meeiinu or me cnieis together, aud Mary made them b Iohl- talk. She told them that Uiey had been Injured by the whites that they were cettim; uwav the lauds of the Indians, and would soon drive them from all their jiosses ilons. Said she: "XX'o must assert oui rights we must arm ourselves a.aliiat them we must drive them from our territories let us call forth our warriors I will head them. Stand. by me, and the houses which they have erected shall aiuoke In ruins." The spirit of Qjeen Jary was con tagious., Every thief present dcclaied himself ready lo ilefeud her to tlie last drop of his blood. vltit-r dun preparation the warriors wire called loilh. Tliey h-d patuled llivmeelves'afreell, aud hiiarpeklekluneiv tholr tomahawk' for Uwj Utile, Tiia mnrcli was nniv commpiiceiT. Quppn Mary, attended by her Infamous Inn. band, the re.il author of nil their ills content, headed Hit' savage 'linuitr. Hi fi re they reached Savannah their, approiich wns nniiniiueed. The penplo were Ju-tly nhirmed, Thpy were few in number, ami, though they liml a for tification and cannon, thevjiad lio.gniHl lea-oli to hope that tlnvsliould bn alls to ward off theileally blow wnicli was aimed aurtitist tliem. Hy this time tlie savages werMn sight of Savannah At (his critical moment nn Englishman, by the inline of N'nhlti Jones, a buhl and daring man, ,rodi' toitli, with a few spiiltfd men on, horse back, to meet tlicm. As he approached them, ho exclaimed, In a video like thunder. 'Ground your arms ground your arms I Not nn armed Indian shall set ills root in this town I" .Iwu-striiek by Ids lofty ton", and perceiving him and his companions icady to dash In nn.onc them, tliev paused, and soon nfter laid dmvii their arms. 7esrmworth and his tpicen wero now summoned to march into the city, and It was permitted tho chiefs and other Indians to follow, but without their arm. On reaching (lie parade ground, tin) the thunder of fifteen cannon, lire I at sune moment, told them wtiat they miulit expect should thev p-rslst Intlieir I .. Hostile designs. I lie Indians were now marched to the. liou-e nt" the pre.-lent of the council In Savannah. Itesem wnrtli wasreiiulred to leave the ludl.ins. while the president hnd a friendly talk with ll.em, In his addres to them lip asaured them of thoi kindness of thu English, mill ilpilintiilml vvlitit Hint (iw.iiir lit "invi iiearu mat JIary was to bn scut tlie great waters and they had .llllA In nam Ilim. . . , . ... I...,A i tlieir'ntipcn." Findi,,,, ti !, t.I! , 11 tlio Indi, deceived: and tlmt lloso -wi.iu IW (ii.ii, ,,uy HIUJ nilu IU ll'JU ,tns had befrt somwortli was SelMl,"1,1 l",'" JlT o'lf !lm !',? !, 1 u" Intended to.get p iS-.es-.ion of maeaJne, and todeslioy the whites, tho council dlreetcd him to be seized, n",','t!' thrown Into prison, I Ids step, Mary resente I witli great snlrlt. linihlncr r,irtli ninmia ilm In. V,"' ' '"sn8,rorl" n"n0"S the III- dlans, slm oppnly cursed Gen. Ogle Ihorpp, fillhoush lie had raised her liom poverty and distress, nml declarej that the whole world should'knnw' that the ground she trod upon was iter own. The wHtllko spirit oi tlm Indians lift lug thus likely to be renewed, it was ihought'advlsablotolniprlson Mary also. ! to them the wickedness of lliiiomwoith,- and how by falsehiKid and cunning Jio had, led them to believe that Mary was really their queen descendant' o'f'ouo of their ereat chiefs. "lirotliers," sild he. "ft is no such tiling. Qiifen Miiry Is no other than. Mary -Vusgiove, whom I fm,d ii'ooi. ...! .. I..: I ... i ., . ' '.'.. ' "i"i "ii" mis i.reti iiMiiti me iliipo n t 10 . artful Ue.somwutb; and you. brothers Iho.dupen of both." ' Tho aspect of tilings was now. nlea- sant. The Indian, were beginning to bohati-iied of the villainy of lliwnu wiirlh, and of tlio ical eharnete'r f .Vary But at this moment thu door was thrown open, and, to tho siirpri. of all, -Vary burst Into the rpiini, She, I 'l made her escape' from prison;' anil, learning what was going wii,-hhu had rushed lorwtrd Willi the fury of a wild beast; . .', "Seize your nrmsl seize your arms I Cemember your pro'mlie, and de'lcnd' your queen." The sight of their queen seemed. In n moment, to b1lngba9k.aH theorlglnal muni ui tun c-iiierjiusu. 111 an insUut every chief had seized his .torn ilimyk, and sprang from the ground to rally at tho cali of their queen. Al this moment Captain Jones, who was present, perceiving tin, dancer of the president, and tho other white's, draw Ills' sword and demanded peace. The maleity of his countenance, tlw fire of 1.1s eye, and tlio glittering of tils sword, told Queen Mary what slio might expect, should sho attempt to raise any higher the fevcrlih spirit of her subjects.. The Indians cast an eyo toward.Miry, as If to Inquire what they should do. Her countenanco fell, Preceivltig his advantaee, Captain Jones slopped for ward, and, In tlie presence of llm Indians standing round, again conducted Mary back to prison. A short Imprisonment so far humbled both Besom worth nml Vary, that each wrote n letter, In whieh.Uiey confessed' Hie wramr iimv had done, and iirninlsed. ir releAhtut tlratthey woulil conduct themselves will) ...uio iiuiiieiy in luture. nn pe.iplo kindly foriravo th6iu both, ami n,..i. left the city; ' A certain man has n watch whloit lie' says has tallied unouuh tn tiav flip itself In six month. XVhcn ft bit of ostrich feither Ii found, by a wife In her husband's bear ! no one can blame her lor belm? don-n on him. A Detroit feraalo of lust twenle. five was mauled to her llllli husband lately. All gentlemtn allyo, and the lirat four are doing well. An Iowa editor wrote: '"TWIn- the past At-ek we have been vl,tln- Hih ohnxuf tliecountry;" mid his eoustaut uojiriuerjlui'JKlhuta lunnr ivsy to CImOI 'aalneui.