The post. (Middleburg, Snyder County, Pa.) 1864-1883, March 09, 1871, Image 1

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T Trro of Subaorlption,
TWO tOtLARS PER ANNCM, Pnynbln
wiikio Htmontbi), orS2,60T not paid
tthla lb yar. Nofisper dineontinuod
ntil n rrraragtt Rr paid unl) at
tbt optloa oftb puMlabcr.
Subflcriptions outnido of the ton tit y
fBTABI.B IN APVAKCK.
rraoi llflli.j and nng papm
iddrfMfd U ihr breoma aiihucrihcrtt,
and ara llabla for lb priaa of iba apar
T T. CKOXMILLEH,
V ATTOttNKY AT LAW,
Middli-bnrj, Ta..
Offtra bla prnlraaionat aprvirm in Iba nob-
M. Collaollona and all 01 bat Vrofoaaioaal
bmlnfM aniraaiad la bla eara will raerlra
jiruwpt attCDtlon. fJan 8, 'OTif
AC.SIMIVO.N,
ATTORN KV AT LAW,
Si'lingrnv Tn.,
ffcrt bla proftttlonal aarvica io iba cub
. All buaineaa ntruatad to bia ear
ill bt prompt! alianded io.
f Ja. IT, C7ll
1 W. KNIGHT, r
V, ATTORN KT "AT tAW,
Clara bla Profaaaional aervloalo lb nub
ia. AU bualnaai anlrualad Io bia car
till M prompt! attendtJ to. , .
Jo 17,'CTil
ilVAN (tKZKIl,
ATTOlET AT LAW,
LcwiHbtir Pn.,
Offera bla professional aervioa to it puh
tle. ColleolloDa and nil otbar I'io ion
1 bnalneaa anlrualrd lo bla eara HI rr
ctira prompt aiianiion.
ATTOBXEY AT LAW,
Jjt'wiHlui'g j'n.
Offfra bla Prorcralonal arrvlcr to ilirpuh
lie. Colleeliona and all oilier prnfrixion
all buaineaa anlrualrd to bia mre will ra
eia prompt alienilun. Jku. , MiTif.
I ii. LINN, A. II. DILL,
V (Snectfrora to J. F. k J. M. Linn.)
ATTUH.Nr.Vtf AT LAW, Lawixhmg, Pa
Offer Ibeir proieaaional aervicra to the
public Collect lona and all oilier pro
fnflonnl buaineaa enirueied lo i heir cure
111 recelTepromptaitoniion.f Jn.3. 'U'tf
CUAKLESIIOWi:!?,
ATTORSEy AT LAW,
pplinsjrrove Tn.,
Offeri bla prnfeta tonal aerrlcea 10 ibe pub
ila. Colleeliona and arl -oilier profvueiuiia
builncae anlruaied to bia rnrr mill rc
ceiee pron.pt aitinilon. Offer two dnor
norlb of tie Kevticue Iloiel. Jun 6, '0
SAMUEL ALLKMAN r
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. Si-linHjrrove Ta
Offera Lif Profeaalonal aerlcea to tbe
public. All buaineaa animated to hl
aua will be prompil attended to. Col
leeliona made n nil pnna of tba Slate.
Ha oaa apeak Iba Kngllnb and Oernnin
Unfunpe fluently. Ollica baiwean riall'a
and llio l'ot flice.
MYKttS,
ATTURNEI k CClNSEIflR iTtAff
JliJliiburj; Snyilor rmmty IVmi'ii
Cfilco a turn doora Wet of llie V. O. on
Mitin aireet. CntiFiiltntion in Knpllitli
T C. ULCIIKH
ATTOliNEY AT LAW,
Lo'wIitir Pn.,
OlTtra bta profeaionnl aeitieemo the pub.
lie. All businena entrnatcl lo bla earr
.U La protii lly attcuded to.
(.Inii. 3. '07
I ROVER & n.WCKR
SKWIXG MAPNINE
I'eraona In need of a good and durMe
Mwing Machine can be acrnnimniHied nl
reofonable pricea ty eilling on on 8am
lit I'iiit, Agent, tfeliuegrove.
fJun. 21, 'G8
DR. J. V.SIIIXIKL.
M'RUEON ,1XD PHYSICIAN.
Middlfburd Pa.
Sffera bit profeaaional aervicea lo ilia ell
btna of Middleiiurg and vicinity.
fMarcb 21. 'C7
J F. VAN UUSKIUK.
HROfCAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST
Solintigrnv Pcnn
JU11N K. UUGHES, Esq.,
JU8TICE OF THE PEACE.
TeDii Twp., Snyder Co. Tt
YH. WAGNKH, Eho.,
Jt T1CEOF THE PEACE.
Jackson To "ashlp. Snyder Co. Pa..
ill attend to all buaineaa entrusted to
Ui ear and on tbe moat reaannahle
"'. March 12, 'D8l
TVRJ- f KANAWEL,
PHYfKUN ANDSCKCtEON,
CcntrcTllle, Knytlcr Co., ra..
Offera Lia profearional aervicea lo ihe
FW. PCI! WAN, M. P..
0 SURGEON' invKtrtf
Port Trevorton Pa.
(lffera lla profeaflonal aerrieaa to tbe
uiuona ef tli'e plaea and vielBlly. lie
feana uermau ana jjngnn.
April 10. 'C8
V A.BOYER, Jr.
1 Al jri-rirWFrcrD .
Fieebui ir SnvderCo. Pa,
Moat reapeelfully offera bia aervinea lo
.'ntpublie aa Vendue Oyer and Auolion
tr. Uotinc bad a lama ezrerienca. I
Sil eonddent tbat I ean render perfect
Uifaction to my emploeea.
pan. w, til
ft T. PARKS,
WJ ATTORNET AT LAW
DISTRICT ATTOUNY,
PUDDLEBURQ. PNYDtU COl'NTT.Pa
OSoe ia Court H . Sept. 15. 'C7lf
LEIUS BRKXEK'S SOS'S
OBACCOWAREHOUSE
N. 322 N. TH IRLE
.t8 PlIILADELPnii.
TEBCHANT BOU8E. , .
IU. U. MANDEBBACri Pkop'k. '
. J. C. KIPJS. Clerk.
. Hi iit Korth Tbii d Street.
- .. . ( , Wladelpbla '
)-.
V WHOLESALE BOOS KELLERS
""rrt, Blank book J'anulacturea
" i Wrapping, I af imr
-pera Payer I '. . f 9k
til
SMW&sB& 2 ill-
VOL. 8.
EAlINti KAILltOAD
Wtn'eer Arrangement, Muliday
Not 21 1870.
Great Trunk Line from . Iba North and
North weal for I'biUdelp iia, New York,
Heading, PotlKTllle, Tamaqua, Aahlnnd,
fhnaiokln. Lebanon, Allentown, Eaaion,
Ephrala. Lltit, Lancaster, Columbia Ae.
Tralna leave Ilrrlaburg for New York, aa
followa i at 8.10. 8.11, 10.50 a. m..
and 2.60 p. in., einneetfng with aimilar
irainaonlbe Ibe Tennaylvania Railroad,
and arriving at New York at 10.10 a. m,,
8. CO, 6.6(1 and 10,00 p. in., respectively.
Sleeping eare accompany ihe 3-10 a m.,
train, without ebango.
I'elurning t Leave New York al 9.00am,
12.1'ONoon, and 0,00 pin. Philadelphia al
MS m and 8,80 p m Bleeping rnra ao
ompany ihe 6.00 p ra iralna from
New York, without rhanpe.
Leave llnrrinhurg for Reading, rottevllle
Tnionqiia. Mineraville, Ashland, Fbamokin,
Allentown and Philadelphia, at
H.10 a m, 2,r0 and 4 Ob p m, atnpplng al
Lebanon ntid principal wayatationat Ihe
4.0 p m ttain connecting for I'hilndplpbia,
I'oileville ami I'oliiuihia only. For 1'otta
ville, Schuylkill llnven and Auburn, via
rtcbuylkill and Hnaqiivbanna Railroad,
Leave HnrrUhtirg at 3,40 p tu
Lai I'cneylvanin luilri'ad trains leave
Reading for Allentown, Enton nnd Ne
York al 6.00, lO.ana.m., I .4 ) noon. 4. 15
p.m. Retiirnlg, lsivr New York at 'J HO it.
ni., I2.IMI noon nnd 5 ( p. ni. and Allen
town at 7.0 a.m. 12.26 Noon 'i.'j') 1.20 nnl
8.5 p. ni.
Way paMcnger train linve Philadelpbla
at 7, .10 a ni, connrciing nith eimilnr trnin
oil Kaat Pcnua. lUilioml. reluming from
Kenu'ng nl 0,20 p ni, atoipnig ut nil Kimtona
Lenr pnttavillo nt l'.Ott n, in,, nnd
3.10 p. m.j Hern Ion at 10,16 urn; Sha
mokinat 6.4n and 11.20 a. in.; Ahlutid ai
7.0fi a ni, ami 12.60 noou. Mulinnoy City
at 7.61 a. tu. and 1.8 5 p. tu.. Tutnaiiiia i
a m. and 2.40 p tu for Pliiliidc'.phU
New York, llemliuit. Ilnrriehurg, ke.
Leve PottHville, ia cVhuylkill ami Pn
iiiiebunna R R nt 8,16 a m f r lliirrinluirg.
and 12. 'io noon for I'inegroveaiiaTrenioiii,
Heading Accoinniodatton IrnU: l.eavca
Poltsville al 6.40 a ni. pnn.ee Reading nt
7. HI a ni, arriving at Pbiliidelpbia at 10,20
a. m. Ileinrniug, lenvea 1 tinailo puia at
4.46 p ni. paaaing Heading nt 7.26 p tu,
ai riving at I'oileville at P.lU p m.
l otiHtown Accnmrnodation Tram Lenvea
I'oiielown al 7,00 a ni, returning learca
riiiladelphin at 4,1)0 p m.
C'oliimhin Railroad Tralna leave Reading
at 7,2(1 a m. and ,K p m for rpoiata,
Lltit, Ltncn-ier. Columbia. &t .
Perkinmen llirlroml Trnina leave PerM-
meu Jun ilon al 7.46, 0.05 a m, A.OO. and
6.RO p ni: returning lenve rtobwenkaville at
T.liOan ! 8.20 n. in. 12.CO Noon, aud 4.30
p m. connecting wiib aiiuilnr trains on
lleadipg Rmlr md.
f'olebr vikdiile Itnilrnnd trnina leave Polta-
town ot 'MO ii in, nnd U.20 p m,'rettirnina
leave Mmiul ricasimt nt 7,00 and 11,26
am, comieciing wnb iimilar tratua on
Reading rnilroad.
t'beeter Volley Railroad Iralna leVive
Rriilf-pori at 8,80 a m. and ?.I6 and 6.02
p in, reluming, leave Downingtown al 0.66
i ni, 12.45 noon and 6,16 p m. ennneclini
wilh aimilar Iraina on Reading rnilmad.
On Hmidaye t Leave New York nl 6.00
p m, Philadelphia 8,00 am and 8,16 pro.
the 8,1X1 a m trnin running only to Reading:
leave t'oitavillo 8,00 a m: Hnrrihburg 8,10 a
in and 4.H6 p ra, leave Allentown at 8.46
p. m. and and 8.41 p. m ; leave Reading
at 7.16 a m. and 10,06 p m for Hartiahurg
at S.OC a m for New York, and 9,40 a. ni.
and 4.26 p to for Philadelphia. '
Commutation, Mileage, fieaaoc, School
end eioureion liekela, lo and from allpoiuta
at reduoed ratee.
Baggage checked ibrongh 100 pouuu.
allowed eaeh paaaenger.
0. A. KICOLLS,
Omrrxl Suptrinttndtnt.
neadlng.A'oe. 211870.
LLEGIIENY HOUSE.
Not. 81 J 814 Markr.t Street,
(About JCiiihth.)
PHILADELPHIA.
KLECKNElt & CAWLKY,
raopaiBToaa. f6,61tf
Term ti 00 Per Day. .
OUR FATHER S HOUSE,
OR.
THE UNWRITTEN WORD.
Ut Iawil Miica. D. H.. inrhnr nt nn.
lar aNIcht Keanaa." Ttala aia.tar In thnuabt
and Urvaunahnwa aiaatolil richea and Imi.
tlaa ui tUaU .al Honia. wlik Ii. kUi.. m...
era, Mnslna- blrda, Wavlnic palm., Rollins
einnaa, iimuiiiui bow, ISaarad luounlalm, U.
IlKtittuI rlvare, MUhtv ocaam. Tnunda lui nl.
caa niaaluir baavan. anil vait nnlvane with
ooaDtl.M lielnaa In million, of world., and read,
lo aa In eaeh tne Unwrili.o tVord. Kim ilri.l
plr. orn.taan.ravlnii. and euparb binding
"Hloh and varied In IIioukIiI." -l ha.ta ""K..y
and graeaful lo atyle." "t.'orraet. puraatcr.tlni
tu Uudwy.'f neautllul and good "A
. . " t-ommauaaiion. like tbe
above Irom Oilleua Praaidani. n.i -......
rulnlaeera of all danomloatlon.) and the rallvl.iui
and aaealar praee all avar the country It. (rh.
r ''", who oiur oi..n type,
flneatMlanirravlnira. auUtantlal bindlutf, aW
low Drtramakaltthaboi,kinpiim.u.. 1:....
are Mllln from aCio 160 par Mk. .
"" .iariryuian, rcnooi Taaeaara araart
yoana wan abd Imltaa to Introduce Iba work fur
Introduce Iba work for
u. in avarr town.ulp.and wa will pay liberally
no inuniirant aaa or woman m
y liberally,
be wlibeut a
payioa ou.inaaa.
vu u
Hand Ii
Addrwa
lor circular, fall deeertptoon aod terma.
ZlkAJLEH kMoCLBDV, 1 . etb St, Phlla.
... HaaSt.1ln. O.
"i ' ', 1 ee Monroe t. Phi
... . . 'l8N.etllt. Loula
or in main at f prloafuld. Maaa,
WAbO. dKANKLLO, ,
WATCH ef CLOCK
M A K EW, v
Market 8t. Mlddleburg pa.
TJAV1N0 located In lbi nine I would
XX. reapootfully Inform tbe eiliiene of
iiiddlebu'i and vicinity that I am prepared
to repair CLOCKS AND WATCHES ebeap
and espediiioual. Tba patronage of the
iuo is reapeeimiiT eoiieuen.
W. ORANELLO.
Mlddleburg. Nov. 21 1800. .
CABINET OKOAN AND UELODEON
MAhOFACTORY. ,
Ware Boom and Store on Pine Street,
. factory oa Snyder Street,
Selluagrove, Pa, , c
If voa want lo bear and see Raa toned and
baaatiJui Urgaoe aad MelodeoBe soil at our
Ware rooaa aad Mora. - We aae but aba
bait aaalarlal la tBakln InatrmauLl. Trv oaa
oi laam ana ya win ae aaiuooa.
Every iBairaiaeat I. werraaiea ror nve yaara.
lla lar.. aaaauaad Mlalalara of tba Ooenel.
are tattled to eorraavoad wlia as and eead (!
irioe nai. we are atao eseau tue ue eeet view
fork end Philadelphia eiaaoe.
Vlollaa and Aeeordaaaa frua at to Ml: Tlollk
trraae, Kbaae Maale, Plettara fraaua, 44., Ite.,
aiwaeaea baad.
rwaee Aeaeneeai earreeaf taaae aad
MIDDLEBUKG
A THOUSAND PQVHD8 AND A WIFE.
Mr Jnlin Holt Was a bubvlor. L-ed
thirty years or tbereabnuU, and poi
eared nf a furtnno which yielded mi
amount at IniiTi'Ht not only eaflivicntlj
luro tu euatlo ite owner to maintain
hiuiaell'iu romrortab'o clixuniatanre
without work, but slao allowed hitu to
odd yrarly to the principul the num or
a hundred and twaut pounds Thus
ho was considered to bo independently
wenlihy. and Wis looked upon as a
very handomo nnd excellent yonnu;
mnn by Taiiuus "li.-lnt eriotcd" pa pax
and munuuaa, whuM dittigherv were
ufabnul the tiiit lo t ) ber'in to think
of wedded bliis
Ainoin; other pceulinriiies to wlih h
Mr. II dt wat nttnehed or whih were
mm tliod to him wits the very ekep-
tirnl idea that I hero was ot, or ever
had been, such art improbable thinp; in
uiiylt'ticu lore, lie believed tbat
in iiiniriiiinny, a well na all other nut
ter!", nil peojilo were actuated br tmi-
tivciifselt' iutcrfet; hence horcnrdod
wtin eit-piiiein mi tenmies who np-
pr -arlied him. "For," raid be, "they
re niter my money , mid dou'i much
etiie hot ibry KCl.it They would like
to niurry Die eonlbtindeilly wt'll '
UnO'lay It" wo cidisidefubly ftnrtk'.i
l u ptidden opening ul thu dunr ond
tho '.'.nci iviiiiiiciiu- entrance of tbe
luiid "l ad woik, who bore in her bind
a letter wliirti ahu atu.iid I tic pu(iu:in
Irtd jft thill iiiiiini iit left.
Ci'iilnuiid the (,'iil." said hu when
alon.' m he broke I ho him I. She mikbt
have Ki.'cti a li't'o XMii tiing belt. re !'.e
intruded uputi tho enjoyment of my
wine and havanu. I had my feet
iiucwbai elcvutod into the upper re
tfioiiH, uad I'm a siuticr if site tlon't
report the iaio lo tho landlady. How
ever, open srneame, and"
Tho completion of this speech wni
lost by ronson ol Mr. Holt it this in
niant beooniinr dcrjily abaurbed In the
contents of bis epistle, a verbatim copy
of which we late the liberty to make
public.
"Dec. 8ib, 18
"Cousin Joiix. Christ urns will soou
be here, and w want you to eonie and
-pond the holidays with us. We bare
invited several fricods whom ynu knew
in days nno by, and wo shall h ive on
eieellen time. There in a very bi auti
ul and acuotupliahcd youni; ludy friend
of ours, who lives iu tho second or
third villuuo beyoud ynu, who will be
"uro to be hero. Y are sure you will
be pleased to nmke her loijuuiDtunee.
I'orhups you will fal. lo Ipve with her.
Just think of it, srrusty old bach, like
you fullioir in love I We must humbly
Ueg your purdou if Ibeso lines orl. ud
you, but you must surely como. With
Mocerity, your cousins,
Iinnii and Sophia Stewart. '
P S. Fithcr sends his regard and
says that bankers hero aro puyiog one
per eont. higher intorest tbao the
bankers with whom you deposit. He
says ynu had better brinp; soino money
sod iavo&t it hero. Yours once mure.
Jennii and Sopiiy."
' Mr. Holt carefully perusod this letter
four dlmioct times, and then, folding
it with great precision, thoughtfully
tt.serted it in tbe eovclupe and put
butb io his pocket.
"Tbe immortal Homer huth sssertod
in LU never-dying Iliad tbat the beat
purl of s women' lutier is la the pest
-ripi," said Mr, Holt half aloud, a
he remiuied bis eiar and soientifleally
blew a cloud of smoke into the air,
' Thin Inmoue old fellow is quite riht
It ia certainly very true in this ease.
Let mo see, if I visit my . ei'-ellent
cousins aod tnke with me s tbouHuud
p-iuods, shall jet nne per '-rut. more
intereat, which ia just ten. pounds.
tuite a cain I I bull surely have lo
Imm (be holiday with my deirly be.
loved e 'oains, Inr whom, of couno.
enlsrtaiu tho nlni'mt regard and af
fection. - Ob, I love them dearly
aod tbe ten pnunda too I As to tho
vouujr lady thoy are iroiog to havo
there, I'll teaoh hor tbat she eao't vet
int. in spite of tall the boeuty she can
hriofr to bear ! .' Well. I will go. I
will take my departure immediately.
I will pack my valiae, tak;s op; my bod.
draw a Ibousaod. and then take the
train, which' said John, eonsultinx
liia watoii, ''will leave la oxadtly two
hours Irom this time.". ,
Now It happened as a very remarka
ble eoiooldenoe, tbat a youuK lady wa
also (rolog. te the eity to spend the
holidays, tboggb with this difference,
that it was friends aod 'not relatives
whom abe inteadsd to visit.
John having reaebed the cart (bond
the seats all occupied eioeptlusc on
by rba dde ef this young lady, and
neatiaji himself be e "teres) Into eoover-
SNYDElt CO PA., MAHCII 1), 1871.
Having thus OHtablinhcd H wort ol
mutual confldeoce, tlioui;h not of a
very extensive scale, they pot alone
finely, and by tho time they got within
twenty miles of the city wrro tar from
beinn ttrtinpers
. Illos my soul !" cried Mr..Hu1t,
suddenly, nslbe train stopped at n
am ill htntion, "if this Is not tho place
wheie I'vo got to get out uodstny fur
several hours beforo I lo on lo the
city.:'
What 1" exclaimed the lady, "are
yon not going to the city oow 7 1
eurely thought you were."
"No, no,'- ssid John, hntridly rNinu
from hit seat : "I'vo a friend here
whom I very much wish to see,. and an
I shsll bnvo to go. I sm very snrry
but I hope 1 shull meet you in the city
Adieu !'
And Mr. Unit, seizing hi valiae.
ruahed wnb a pi'eciptus haste out ot
the csrju't n the tr.io moved nwny.
It whs nb"Ut half an hour before
dinner lime I but Julio, carrying bii
valiae in his hand, ws'ked tip tho Mrect
of tho little village, and htopping bo
tore his frieud's honre, rung tho door
bell nnd was admitted.
He wns shown into tho silling-rooiu
nud left aloiis a few mioutes, until bin
ftioirl camo down from up stairs, which
ho very coon did. nnd they lind a very
sncinl'le time together
"Io you know, my dear vsuahnnd.''
atiid John. Imot kitiu tbeunhea In to his
eitrar. "that I have s secret to pour
into yi.ut ear. hoping it will notpiuui
I'yntir uititith ? I snt iu tbe train to-day
by the ti!u ul'lhe loveliest, must divine.
laircM angel that never hail wings. I
could luidly tear mynlf away, and
Mould not have dune so, only I wax
afraid my heart would have gone atrny
if I Inul st.iyed tiny lunger. Ity the
way, I wish you would keep nn eye on
my vttliHo. There is a thousand pounds
in it thut I n m going to tako to the
city." '
' A thousand pounds !" exclaimed
his friend, starling up. "Why did
you not toll mo of this beforo ? Where
is I bo vulise
"In the hu!!. I suppose. Anyway.
I gave it to tho torvaut when I came
in.'
"You nro tho moat enroltss tellow
I ever knew.'' said his lriend, impa
tiently, it lie hurried out of the room.
lie soon returned, bearing t Lo ruln-e
in h ir baud.
"Is this yunri ?"
"Yes."
''You Imd better unlock it und see
if your money ia fate."
Accordingly John took tho key out
f bis pocket, and opening tho valise,
thrust his band therein.
"Hlcss my soul !' skid he, suddenly
witfrlinwiuc his arm
"What is the matter t
"Why. look hero j I don't buliove
this valies is uiiiio."
And John drew forth a half com
pleted Ince coflar. some embroidery, a
pair of white cotton huso, an I oilier
garments belonging to tbo female
wardrobe.
"Tho thousand pounds aro gone!''
ho gasped, turning pale.
' Sold !" cried bia friend, aprinfng to
his feet. "Outwitted by the diviue
auc 1 you met on tho train."
In the meantime, tbo train contain
iiiir the lady for whom John bad ex
pressed so violeot a fancy, whirled
onward towards tbe city, at which in
less ihsa half ao hour alio arrived.
Tho 'divine suol' gave hot valise to
the cabmao and seating herself in thb
vehicle, whs driven to the moat wealthy
portion of the Ibottopolls, aod , finally
drow op before a brown-atooe fro.it,
en the silver dour-plate of which was
inscribed the name of "pfwart."
Two young'ladiea rushed out of Ihe
hall sod affectionately embraced the
young lady. ' .,' ; .
"Oh, Rs Millington; you can't
i bt uk how glad weare loses you I" ex
claimed tbe one, rupiornusly.
"Wa eluiOHt thongbt you were not
coining,'' said the other.
"Did you bring that embroidery
work you wrote about f" asked tbe
first, whose name yaa Jeonlo. "Ob, I
hope you did I I am almost dying to
eo it I"
' "Well, then yoo roust certainly tee
it," aaid Miss Millington. ' Its io tbe
vuliso, aod I will go aad get it new."
Tbe valiMO waa placed upon ft chair,
and tbe "dlvino angel," produclog it
key, proceeded to open it.
"Ob, graoious me I ' exclaimed Miss
Millington, m tbe peered Into the va
liao. . T
"Wbatia Ihe matter ?' asked her
two female frieeds. " ' ; 1
"Why, this valise is oo mine at
least tbe eootaDM ar nov Juat look
dice two mammoth eilk pocket huud-
kerchiofs, a pair ef men's stocking, n
iici k-tie, five collars nnd two shirts
"Why, girls. I don't understand it
nt nil," raid Hose, "I must have taken
some ptio else's valUe Oil, I knowl
It belongs lo your Cou.iin John."
And as tho Into siato of the eae
hurst npou her, Mis Millington threw
hersolf npou a chair, and laughed
long sud heartily.
Uelonga to cousin Juhu!'' echoed
Jennie. "Why, Rose, what do you
mean V
"Your cousin enmo into tho train
and took a sent by me." said ltue, re
pressing bur mirth "I knew him in-
atnnily from the description ynu wrote,
and eneh a flirtation ns we carried on
exceeds belief. I suppose ho took inv
valise and I took his The mistake
was natural, fur they nro buth alike,
the key to oue fitl ing tho other."
"Hut whero is John now ?' asked
.oibv.
"I am sure I djn't know," said Hose,
lunching ngnin. ''Ho got out nt tho
tho second slution from tho city."
"Well, we can soon tell if this Ic-
lonj:3 to him, ft r if it docs, his name
i.l lie on some ef tho clothes," said
said f?i pli y, examining tho shirt bo-
s in. "its, hero it ik John Holt.
Oh, my und the threo girls buit
iuto it chorus of Inn-bier that rang
merrily through tho hnuso.
"I wonder if ho brought any money
along niih him lo put in tho hunk,"
Slid Sophy, as soou as their iiieniiuent
had subsided.
','1 don't know. J mean to see,"
said Jennie, jumping up and plunging
her hand iulo tho vulise. "Why. here
N 8oinctliiog. Ju-t look hero, girls?''
Sho brought forth a not very lari
compact package, und, undoing it,
found it to coutuiu twenty fifty-pound
notes.
"A thousand pounds !" exclaimed
Jennie, with eyes wido opeu. "Why,
what a monstrous sum, and how care
less hu is. Now girls, if you will only
do as I say, we'll bare lots of fun.
Did ho know who you were, Rose f"
"I dou't think ho did, 1 did not (ell
him," said Ko-e, "though be might
bavo guessed."
"Well, that is good. Let us put the
the '.lungs back ju-t us wo found them,
und when he comes, Huso, you inusi
keep out of siht for awhile. Ho will
bo hcie just us soon ds ho can litter
discuveiiou hit loss."
"Why, hero bo comos now," ex
cluiiticd Sophy, who sat by tho window
and bud been looking out.
A vehicle drow up before tho uutc
'as she spuk', and suro ciioui:Ii out pot
Mr. John Hull, valise in hand, and
ruouing furiously np the steps, l.e rnug
a violent pcul ut the front door bell
" Now, Hojo go into tho next room,
and take ho valise uloug with you,''
ssid Jenny, excitedly. " lon't come
untd we cull you. Why, cousin John,
how do you do?' slio added, opening
the door' and extending her baud to
Mr. Holt with an appoiranoo of grout
cordiality
" Do!" said John, as ho strode ner
vously in tho hall. "I don't do. I'm
done. From this time fourth," con
tioued Mr. Holt, elevating bia arm, "I
solemoly promite and nflirm that I
will bavo nothing to do with Christmas
holiduvs that I will never look at a
.J
pretty cirl that lovo and afTootions
are (jrcat humbugs, and tbut the world
is as selfish as a bog !"
" Vby, Cousin John, you appear to
he excited," said Joony. " l'.ay, what
is tho matter r". .
"Matter I'' cried Mr. Holt, deposit
ing his vulise In the bull. " I've'lbt
a thousand pounds just by tuking a
fancy to a I ex hanged viliaes
witbsomeLo ly that's what's tbo mat
ter V
" Why, oouhuj, .how you do talk I"
exclaimed bis fair compnuiouii, ".Is it
possible I -r But surely you ure noth
ing away f" " .'.
" Yes, I am," mid John, moving to
wards tbe door, " I'm goiug to Gad Ihe
ahief of police, and see if I can get my
money back."
"Stay, oousio," cried Jenny. "Yon
ought to offor a reward for its recov
ery."
" I'll give a hundred pounds," said
Mr. UoltKwith his hand oa the door
bell. . : r
" Witness thai, Sophy," aaid Jenny.
" Come back, John, aijd sit dowo. Wt
are good dotectivea, ajtd ill see what
we csa do for you."
Accordingly Mr. Holt,, with moon
wonderment, eorap'iedj and meohaaio-
slly came biok Into tbe room. '
"-Now, Hose," eried Jenny, 'one
in. oa oeea not brlou; aaytbtng wHn
you V ; t - -.' . V.,
NO. 52.
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" Bless my soul I" criod John, In
tonishmnnt, ns his " divine nogol" of
tuo train stood before him.
," Oh, dear mo cxclaimod Rose,
in well counterfeited surprise.
" What Is the matter?" asked Mr.
Holt's cousins, nppirnntly ntimired.
nd loi'king from one to another.
"This this is tho lady whom I
suppose twk my valiao," said John,
ghnst.
" And this Is the gentleman whom
I saw in the train," criod Ross.
" Here is your baggage John," Mid
Jenny, bringing in tbe valise. " Se
if your m nicy ia safe !"
" It is," cried Mr. Holt, joyously, as
he exsmiaed it. ' Hero is your hun
dred." "No, do I Wo don't want any
thing I'' exclaimed the two girls
both together, "(live it to Hose P
" (!ivc it to Hose 1" ssid John. look
ing at her thoughtfully. " Well, I
will ind I'll spenk to her also, if you
two girls wilt leavo tho room."
They left accordingly.
"Now, Miss Millington." fluid
John, when thoy wero alone, "I did
you tho injustice to supposo that you
captured my property ! Will you for
CJVC 1110
1't
"Yen, yes, Mr. Holt !''
" And that tho nii-tako mny never
occur again I hereby very respectfully
invito you to cbunzo vour nntuo tu
Holt," said Johu, with an uir ot groat
iinpotliitico.
" So very sudden, Mr. Holt, Ihat
really I
She hosttated, blushed very bowitch
inuly, and looked more lovely thin
ever.
" So is this very sudden," saiJ John,
clasping her iu bis arms, and stealing
a kiss, Now reply iu tho affirma
tive." " Well yes I"
" Qood ! Tho thousand pounds shull
bo your bridal present, nud I'm blefscd
If thero ain't something iu lore, after
all."
A lt4itilnl nice ol fjen.
Moll.
One evening alter my supper I said
to the General, " There is one Ucgtiuu
I olteii wished to ask ynu, but have
been restrained by the fear that it mip'ht
bo improper.'' Tlio (loneral drew
liinisclf up. and srid in his emphatic
inanner, "Sir. yon nro incapable of
uskin uti improper question." I said
" You are very kind: but if my in
iti'iuiry is indiseroet, I nro sure you
will allow it to puss unanswered.'' I
hear you. Sir," ho replied. " Well,
then, tienoral, did anything retmukf
aldn happen lo you on tho morniui;
ot me tuitio ot t. niprcwa Alter a
brief hut impressive sileoco ho said,
' Yes, Sir, somothiug did Imppeu to
rnc romothing very remarkable.
will now lor tbe third tiaio iu my life
rclnto tbo story ;
'.The 4th day of July, 1914, was
one of extreme boat. Ou that day my
brigade t-kiimihed with a ; British
forco commanded by Geo. Rial from
tin curly hour in the morning till Isto
in tho moruiug tilt late iu tho after
noon. Wo bad driven tho enemy
down tbe river soino twelvo miles to
Street's Creek, near Chippewa, wbcre
we encamped for tbo night, our army
uccupyin the wost, whilo thut of the
eocmy was encamped on tho east sido
of the Creek. After our tents had
been pitchod I obterved a flag borne
by a mjn in peueaDl's dress, approach
ing my msrqao. He brought n loiter
from a lady woo occupied a large man
sion on tbo opposite sido of the Creok,
informing mo that she was the wile
of a member of Parliament who Wus
then at Quebec; tbat bcr children,
servants and a young ludy friend were
all alone with ber in tba bouse) thut
Gon. Rial had placed a leutiual before
ber door; and that sho ventured, with
great doubt, of tho propriety of the
request, to ask thut I would piles a
sentinel upon the bridge to protect her
againt stragglers from oar camp. I
assured tho messenger that the Judy's
request should be complied with. Ear
ly the next morning the same messen
ger, bearing a white flag, re-appeared
with a note from the samo Isdy, thank
ing me for tho protection she had en
joyed, adding that, in acknowledge
moot of my civilities, abe begged that
1 would, wub such members uf my
staff fa I chose to "bring with me, ao-
eept tho hospitalities of her home at a
breakfast which had been - prepared
with considerable attention, . and was
quit ready. : Aoting upon so impulse
whioti i never ha baeeable an
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us Into tho dining room, where break-"
fast was awaiting os, 'and wbrre tho
yoong lady, previously referred to, wsi
already seated at the rolTec-urn. Out
hostess askiug to be exeused for a few
miuutes, retired, snd the young lndy
itumodiately served our coffee, lis
fore we bad broken our fat Lieut.
U'ntt rose from tho table to get his
bandana (that being before Ihe days of
napkins), which he bail left, in his cap
on a side-table by the window, glanc
ing through which be saw Indians ip
prouchfng tho houso on one side, and
red coats approaching it on the other,
with nn evident purposo of surround
ing us, nnd iostatitly exclaimed, " t Jcu-
ernl wo are betrayed Springing
from the table nnd cleuring tho house,
I saw our dnngcr and, remembering
Lord Chesterfield had sold, " What
ever is proper to do, it is proper to do
well," and as we bad to run, and my
l.'iis wero longer limn than tho-e of my
enmpnnions, 1 soon outstripped them.
As wo made our escape we woro hrcJ
at, but got across tho bridgo iu sal'uty.
" I folt so much sbomo and mortili
eution at having so nearly fallen into
a trap, that I cnuld scarcely fix my
mind upon tho duties which now dc
mnnded my undivided nttnntion. I
knew that I had committed a grst
indiscretion in accepting that singu
lar invitation, and that if tiny disaster
resulted from it I richly deserved to
looso both my eomniissien aud my
character. I constantly found myself
wondering whether the lady really in
tended to betray us, or whether wo
had been accidentally observed. Tlio
qbcHtiou would recur oven amidst tlu
excitement of battle. Fortunately my
presence aud services in tho field woro
notretpiirod until (iencrnls Porter nnd
Ripley had been ctigniicd nt intervals
lor soveral hours ; so when my bt iudo
with TownsonV artillery, wero ordot-
dered tocros Street's Crt ck, my nerves
mid ronfiilenco had beeomo moatura
My quieted and restored. I need, not
leseribe tho I nitio of ( Lippowu. That
belongs to and is part of the history of
ourcuntry. It is sufficient lo say
that at the close of the day wo wero
musters of the opposition, and thut our
arms woro in no way discredited. The
Hri'ish army h ! mllcn bk. leavini?
their woiitii'o I in our possession. 'I he
muQbiou wUieli 1 lul visi od in tho
morning was tho la .oil It nut near,
and so that' tho won ti led ofll 'or of
both urtnios were carrio 1 for sitrijitl
treatment. As soon a 1 oould leave
the liold I went over to look after my
wounded. I found tho Hnglib uffkera
lyin ou tho first floor, ond our own
ou tho floor above, I saw in tho low
er room the young Isdy whom I had
met iu tho iu miing at tho bruakltst
table, her whit dress all s.irinll.-d
with blood. Shohalhean attending
to the Hrilish wouuJu.l. Ou tha sec
ond fl ior, just ns 1 was tuiniug into
tho room where our oflicors were, I
met my hostess
" Ono giuueo ut her was quite stif
fiuieut to answer tlio qoention I bad -been
usking myself all day. Sho had
iuiendod to betray ino, and nothing
but.tho accident of my aid, rising for
his handkerchief, saved us from cap
ture. " Ycnrs afterwards, in reflecting up
on this incidunt, I wus led to doubt
whether I hud not misconstrued her
startled manner as I su Idotily encoun
tered her. Thut nucxpoctod uieoting
would havo occasioned embarrassment
In cither contirrgoncy ; and it is ao' .
difficult to believe a lady of culturo
aud rufinouiont capable of suotr an act,
that I sm now, nearly a half coutury
after tho event, disposed to givo my'
hostess tho beoefit of that doubt.
" And now, Sir," added tho Genera!; ,
" tbn is tho third timo io my life I '9
have told this story.' I d not rsraem- '
ber to have boeo spokon to bofm Vqa , ' .;
the subioot for tnnoy years " . iJe'look- . Vc
ed at me aod1 seemed to bo (toasider- ' - v
ing with himself a i few momooUl, aud . ' ,
then said: " Remembering your in
timacy with Oen. Worth, 1 neod not' ;
inquire hbw Voa cams to a' kuowlsdgo .
of pur asoret." - ;. , , ; . ,
" Well General," I replied1, "I bafo'
kept the secret faithfully for more than' '
forty years, always lopin-'' to' ohtaia'
your own version of what struck Die ,
M a most romaikable incident ia yoot' i
military life.'' . . ' ' .
lUwtow WeeJf-ia'-JIiitper'i ilaoc'' ; '
A sfoav ia fold Ulustratiag how bit
etiiaa ara built In tbe west, id the effeot ;
thattravsW laid dowu'ou a faoapt
lot ii CJchgo to sleep, and is the ic-s
a!rj ys4 liiinsf in a"c"ir, . a'
Zvwtorykrvr-"-"; r-r: ir.-- C
t;
'if
sadon wltH her and iifsovsrel tbat
' Mr. Holt, NiM UUliB-toD rJi
a -d, , y-4 V t J-
Bopbj.