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Dt. Hi SAIITH,.&SON
SURGEON DENTISTS, bare reinoied their
Offiet to Lntbrops' new building, owtr;lbe
Banking office of Cooper S.--Co All Deal
Operatipos will be Orforined in dietr . u . sualpio'd
style and warranted. . , .._, Oati -1
INlnitiose. %rah 4th . . - 18,10. - •
° - McCollum Sa Searle, ••i
- 4 TTORNEYS & COEN 'ELLORS of Lau,
biontrose, Pa— Office i L4ircps-'xli4
building, 4:11,-er the, Bank. feb . 2 ' ,4
J. B. AI'COLLIJM. . fir...lulu-4,i
.Shop to tho-Brick Block, over-Read $.
Store. All work warranted:3a to tit and thilidu
.A TTORNEY andCOUNSECLOR at
lifontrose, attend' to all busthess
entrusted to him,Avitft fidelity and despateti.ii
May be found at the \office of W:'&
Jessup, Esqs. -
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• -S. H. - Sayre ISi Brother, 1:
xx ANUFACTURtRS of 301 Castin‘r,i, jnd
.1.V.1. Castings or all kinlis; Stoves, Tin find
Shea Irion Ware, Agritulttiral Implementsoind•
Dealers in Dry Goods., GroeerieS, Croeker . O ; 'Aie.
Montrose, Pa.,- November, 16th, 18.59.-wt4
Guttenborg,-Itosehba..o' m & Co 4
- n k EA LER S in Rendp . rnade
15 Dress Go P
o,ls,'urno.l4tig Goods, etc.,
stores of--No 24 Der-se en -Niark City, and' in
Towanda, Montrose,,Ainl titt.q'al Depot... Pa.
L. B. ISBELL .
- DEPAIRS Clocks, ,Watettek.nnd Jewely.‘l ; at
! bbort notice; and on reasonable terni.s: ( 411
work warranted. Shop in-Chandler
btore, Montrose, Pa, . [o,72stfi
Drs. Blakeslee it Bras
HAVE associated thenwelves farthe prise
cution,of the duties of their profession, and
respectfully offer their proles,itinaf seryices' t ito
the InvalidPublic.' Office at the. residence'. of
Dr. Blakeslee, ruiclwa,Y between' the villa 44 of
Dintock and Springville. np't3ti.
A. C. TILAKESI.EF
- vv i s k u m ;p l,:s n ti r , ,, E p i!i : ; , r i e e . rs d., in 'T a u n t,
Wdtches, Jewerrs; Silver and ' Plated Ware,C4-
lery,Fishing Tackle, Cigars, Mil
ford, Pa. 4erehants and Pedidrs, s9pplit.-41:1)it
liberal terms. • ' tea tt •
HENRY B. McKEAN . ,
TTO and COUNSE:I,I.O.It - nt P.Y.
_Li Office in the Union tilock4Towand:4
DR. H. SMITH,. ' l!L
URGEON Tr:,otieny, rind i.of-
O . flee oppb - sitp thy! Bnptisf (nvrili f sii3es
Montrose. Partietiltir ntrention hoLtliilen
to inserting teeth o'n g.-Od ,and
to fiilinz teeth. • 7;3 :
DEALER in Drrig,s, 31edieines. C4r Lira's
llyeSi uffs, Glass-ware, Vaints,Oils,V4raiili
Window Class,,Grbeeries, Fancy
Perri/men', Nfz ,- nt forVIA
most popular Patent •
. DR. E.. r. WILM.OT,
GRADUATE of the Allopath:e :ind flon4lo
puthic Colleges of Medicine, Gt. Bind, Pa
Office. corner hf Jlain and Elizabe:h-t4s.. neaile
opposite thr Methodist church. •
Wm. H. Cooper. & ‘..
B ' KERS, Sucee ! :§ors to POST, 0001• 1 :11.
& CO., Montrose, Po. °MC.° -.l..nt . bri+ . ft
new building, turnpike S:ro,,t
C. O. FORPH AM,
TANUFAcTuItEttoF floors & stIOZS.
.I.ll...Moritro.so, Pa. Shop over Tyler's Stine,
All . kinds of work made to order ;aidrepairhg
done nettly. Jeg.ij
WM. W. SMITH, & CO;, -
NET tind 606 f
41 : ' in street, Mejltreset,Pa. ttna *lt
• DR: G..Z. DIMOCK, •
liIYSICIAN and Surgiz9a. Ofilo4,o;sr , Voyi
sons' !•tort.; Svarre'A.
DR. JO:FEN W. :
IIYS Ip N s^i E:!lvf_iens. Office u.t?.Pullii. , A
_1 'Avenue. Qi)nasit;? 8,..u-Wers I lotet: lfontrie.
DR. R• THAYER; - .•' - .1::-
pm - siclAN.nn.i Sur r e n: Munkrose Pa::—
Offit,e in the Fttrineee Store. ;.14.
JOHN GROVES,. ;,:.! •
F •• •
ASHIONABLE Sliop ne a r the
Baptint Meeting House, on "funipiliNitrOt,
NEWS OFFICE •-•
THE New York City Illuictrated New.erripfrs
' MitptiOes, etc. etc., for sale at t};o 9t nnlrOe
11,,0k Store, by A. N: MILLAttN.
ASHIONA.BLE TAILOR.. Shop in ba34..
wont of Searle'h Hotel, Mon.trclse, Pa.
CHARLES MORRIS, .
invAgßEß,And Hair Dresser. 'Shop No. 3'‘in
IJP liasement of Sqarle's Hotel, Montrose.
_Avenue, nazi- SearlF`.! ROW: .
11 EEP constantly on hand a zOod suppl . rof
MEATS of . nll hind.. CASH paid l'or I
Also for Hidts oral' kinds. .*
'B. T. NENNTOCK. • . N. Italaa,o•.-
BILLINGS STROUD, •
F lRE : and LIFE INSIZRANCi: AGENT,iL.
... TESTI loM +1;(
WE, the undersigilep,- certify . - tbat-we were
insured in Fire insurance Companies repro enied
by Mr. Billings of Montrose. 'and
having suffered loss by fire whileso-insur e d.*
were several ly.paid •by-said companies to ilk. (fill
extent of our claims;
. and.svo have con fi depeqn
him re; a good arid effective ag ent: _
!Jas. it. DEWITT,- Z'Limos .
. "LA Trir.Oe &DE WITT, B. J. W Euttj
F. B. CHANDLER-, J. LYONS & 014-.
BENT. GLIDDEN, LEONARD SE'AHLE.
lli s iontrose, Pa. November 11.:59.—*y . i ,
LETTERS of administration having been
granted upon the e'state of Edward
wall. late of
..New dee'ei,.all. persons le
debtei to said estate are requested to make iin
mei:Mite payment, and all hnt lag claims amalitst
the same to present them to . • .
feb23 itlainlON A. COP.:MALL, SlClMitl'Or.
• - SPRING SEED WHEAT)
OM) DROP, FROM WESTERN NEW TOR „
CHINA TEA, and CATLINW49,II4T,
nes,by the BII&EIZL, and SEED CORN, - for a*.
' pALDWIN de. 'ALLtIIf, 3fontr4e
A - 13 CVOI r A '.U4I
Gone:. tg, that trig
can 44 thou hei r]
Thatltay heart is
Lonely sineb thy!
Called thee hornet
There to -sing an'f
And toR. reign• wit)
A full half • hour elapstid 'before Quinn
heard - the heavy stepof O'Gallagher descended
the'stairs.• ---•. . . .
, "Ile's comic'," said Quoin._
` "-Is the...ilog with him I"isaid :Peter, anx
"Sure; I can't serf through the flare!" re
plied Quinn. -, ,
- But the question was speedily settled by.
Mrs. O'Grallegher, who waited until her lord
had descended' one tlight.of -stair, -and :thencried out as usual - on such occitsions, "Pha- .
lim '.l - ',. • ' ' -.
" Yis, dair I" ,
" Witein are yez geing 11
" To fhafront doore,dairlin', wid me pipe."
, . "Is Capias wid yet" • -i -
" Ha is that'!" replied hd, - emphatically.- . .
" Mind ye,. don't inconvilnienee the Coun
sellor, the Bair man; andltiok out for Capirts,
, an' don't' let lltiriegetinto,high wurruds wid
I that blessed Quinn !" she - eirieksdreastically.
• Them is but little -doubt that a. spicy re
tort would betide - emanated from the la"st near
ed . gentleman - , had lie not been deliciously
engrossed . its •.observing the. proceedings of
Peter, who had on the-first sound of the'lltdv's
voice, advanced to. the frint door-with his
I bottle. Ile shook it very% vigorously for a
moment and then sectoperl and poured the.
greater 'part of its contents Over tile silt stone
of the enfranee - The step, fides Id,ng use, and
the friction tefeet, had been worn, cracked
and hollowed • out in several places, and-was
thus capable 'aof holding s qltite a qttantity of
- the spirited combination. Birfore.O'Gallagher
had- turned the lasrstlight of steps, Peter - was
back at his desk,- intently; - pealing into an
qa .iolume of Beck's Medidal•Jurispiudencer
Down came C'Gallaglters -and in . his imme
diem. wake the amiable CaOas. The former
inri-qu'let and . defiant manner, pulled away
vigorously at, his pipe,. and proceeded to the
frimideorway. The- latter 1 showed signs of
wolfishness - and - distrust, as be passed the legs
of the- Counsellor's sassistan(, - whose counts-.
natice, in view of Pefer's is•nent movements . ,
j bad assumed, a' fiercely add . able expression.
I In breathless -- silence Peter with a sidelong
look froth the book which be still held before
liini s watched the progressOf events: _./1. - sin
gle glauce_at -the sill showasi Mrs 011iallagher
that tire taking of his ushallSeat might .have
an rajurions effect. upon ids small clothes.
I Capias; hoWeves, had no swill fears, and with
a total disregard to the exileese of costume,
he seated himself in hisusaal classidal psi
! Lion, his lower 'extremities • (Wing one of the
i irregulatities as exactly as it; his Measure had
- been taken . 'for it. But hj, dind't sit long..
The-sober . gaze Kith which.he had at firsts:
Icontemplated the proceedikgs in the Park,
ails' its landicapo, -speedily. ifd'ileti :from his
scountenance, and gave place to a look of ex--"
trewe anxiety. His neat effort was directed
towards the performance of a feat common
-to his race, under exciting innuendos, which
, Iti - S extreme Obesity renderettitaposfible.• An
I expression of mingled abuni -and pain now
] ; - h - sgan to develop. its.,lf f s 401 alone in his
. cohmenanee, but was, as it Werd ditiaseS - over
Ithe - whole dog; who, to -use.tlie laligeage of.
the-great Mei iian, of 13reektytti nights, 9 be
came exeeedingly parturbated." In •siew of
1 those, -to D`Gallagher• nesdOeuntable, , hot to
Peter perfedtly - accountable,' movements of
Capias, the race of theCouniellor allowed the ,
I most huge satisfaction. Aff for Capi•ats the I
j poignno - cy. of his emotions=:, were etidently
, on the increase; the wholMeconorny of : his
' earthly ' tabbroaele appeared to .be seriously
distuibed. -By a spasmodtc effort of his
fore leg, he drew •his other?, ester-amity over
the ssnded floor ;. but the: fsietion •appea-ed
to add, to the uneasy sensatinits which etllict, 1
esl Lim. O'Gallagher looked on, in alarm, I
and ejaculated with surpri , n,landiusotal fur- ,
getfulnes; of. the dog's new rii,itnets ,
" Vila: the d—H-ail.s sTe; Shady" - .
.capias. replied with a yell, of agony; and'
is 'a nsueeptiorr of the futile, efforts aforessid, 1
tieued ,e, dozen piroictles with" all the -agility,
.Moupfaisir. The desied end, however, I
was not effected, and Capriis,,now smarting I
in iot,in.-e, agunv, once nterelassumed to try 1
the slams of_ ?fiction, and flbfottunately se
. . .; heeled the still wet 'door - step—upon which
" Alin but Pha im, tleo's the Counsellor ! eap,ieutn • Kerte:Masted - over moisture—as
,there--that Capiaa sliver lek 'to. An' ! the szene of the eip;raineut. This only, -ad- ;
Nat Mr. Quinn, too, Use darliti'liCap.ais never ded feel to the now- raging &are: . For a I
liked him 4 . 01, long r,, ,
o std, he , liked single lest:rut he •raisect ,It'ini;elf upon his'
'tim Weise ev ‘ er- 11ece beta hal his illigant I hind legs, and gave a howllof anguish ; the
.. . .
trit s lied face fied-up!"
..' j foam standing , upon his gtizilv jaws, and his',
41 kro to tied dill), Mrs: 0 Gallaher!" cries] eyes flat-Mug fire; end theft - with a bound,
the. etirog,ed Qufam's • : .•- '
, 1 : ,- . - he - Cleared the do?r step,andlmadly uncle his '
. ." I'll die -; first, if to plaze, n . .\fr..Quinn !" Way through crowds of ' l llTrirshled men
,s . ,
was the indignant. reptile-et. '-, - - . „screaming worneassinn tiSle il Lscrtilnren: -On
Added to these littla• philos piiical tests,.'
went Capias;actuatesl by twp•of the.stionge s st s
which' the C,turrseffor s bore- -vasty - stolid re- motives knoti to muttiri ; inedica, and int
signet-ions was the taut that.
.en emit' morning nelled. by a -sincere desire of .'llivissg• his agonysince the battle, the hall-way
...ittjthe foot of further behind. Ile .tUrned into Chatham
the stairs • a•as s found to be the depository of, street—ltisagony increasing'at every step—
all the: filth and sweepings of th•\flourS above s j now swiftly coursing over
1 and Without a doubt s fur that sirart period of I side Walk among - the alarrne'd and scattering
. - .
, time, a greates:.regaid was• paid.,l;3•th e ten-s pede-tiians s sand then with - Sim oft repeated
1,-ants to - sabilarii. measures,- ,tbaci had - been i.yell, boarding along - through the middle. of
!:• - shosio for a whole year before. !Besides this, ! the strsret: - . - • ' •' I- • - .
• • .. ,
le. imp morning's inspeetiou •of the condidon I . " Mad dog! Mad dog !":; cried the at
rAtf the " ease" clearly developed the fact that ifrieirted persons : through whets] he had passed.
`L.' apias'-had, on the previous nigd.t, also . be-1, ' 7 ‘. Mad dog! Mad dog !' - echoed a . crowd
ice me a tenant at ,will, and eujoye . jaw. pretiasi\Of boys,• who seised =impromptu , weapons, and
rises under a lease which coutained' ma restric- I started in •pursuits. - Up Chatham street Sped
ive - clauses. lu the after/wen lot the foUrth ,t Callus, - w jsl i a long and aGeridYr" stride, the
, qay, Peter and .his student sat at their re- I white foam flying from • - hisl'prietruding and
1 spattive desks; Petss'r was rellectiug on- the !_pliant tongue. •• A cartnian heard the cry of
peduliarify_ of. - his -position : ,To 'attack O's I his accusers;and saw him depict*, ; tdortship
-'Gallagher while Capies was about, word he a rung from. 'ibis cart was t 4 work of .an in-
lan exceedingly 'dangerous measure;and-hes!l
' 1 - a;st . opped Ids horsekand stood with I
sides, Quinn Was far from that convalescent the poised; bar iti waiting hfor Capiaa; in a
state which - would warrant. the l'openTgl'of.l moment be was Withing reach.. The rung,
ati active campaign, or render a [general en- with a• "'wafflers.- soundlissped - whirling
gameut advisable. At-lastst happy skinflint- I,throughsthe air, and passed ;but asfew inches
mg thought. struell.the Counsellor.. • over head of tire flying deg;whii went oft
, " Quinn I."' cried he. .; .-, ii - • s' l unscathed Thes - shius of . a colored
--. "Ye', sir : ' i •.'
. . 11 . ... - . • Man, howaver, who stoed upon. the edge. of
"'l've an idair,itbd, a good tithrong one!". the sidefialk • received the full benefit of the
." What is itllike V' asked Quinn: --- • ---living hickory: - Whitewash , buckets and'
.. "Like lightning; as lie;•C se i t si„ bad luck brushes fell fromuenless hands„and ho rolled
, to him, will find when r. .dol4 Ikitli him ! on the sidewalk, 'and -grinned "and Yelled - in
Here, 'stake..thi s 6fi itling . and' ihati,ink bottle, agony. s The. eon teutplatien of -these genuine
and fill its ettiptlness . with sixpen - ee . Werih . of emotions awaked no sympathy. in the hi-east •
spirits of turpentine and 'the like of pulverized of Caphis. Heshad es Itliekito do on his own
capsicum; Which, in - tha . vulgar4l is African behalf as• he could,
attend to s
red pepper pnlVerized r - Go to Husliton's where' and Madly „held _his WM .jtowardCLtaoam
.ye'll.:get t 'rin pimeind ;throng.. .I , s , . ..
- -Quinn departed; and speedily Camas back "Mad _log; Mad .dog I".' s cried • the 'cart
with the required Cradles..
"To be well shaket. l .• before heirs' taken ;" t • " Mad deg.!. Mid - deg V : ;felled Mil purse
said the Counsellor gayly, as he eagerly: teak inglisoys, and the cry
_was -taken. up by s the
the spistidecontion•froM his assistant." • - oroivd beyond. These at a tithes startling
" What: ilt ye de with 41'? a sked Quinn', words flew• from' Mouth to Mouth, along the
` "Live atidiegitt wait - a deco r I" said Pe- Bite of unman telersiaph !bud Cafiias. was,
. . ,
avenlyi • Fathet•• .
. the .
,Him ol high.
.At the mystic hOnr of twi , i ight, •
Thy freed spirit took its light;
Paled thy cheek,land drooited.thy
Soared thy sotilje Heaveh's.own
When. the vesper stars are shining ,
Softly through the darkning gloom, .•• •
When toy-soul of narth'iS-.weary,
1 wiliseek thy lonely tenth.' • .
Soft I,:itear thy - whiSpering,
•• • From yOn bright; ethereal sky=-•
We will meet:ia Sweet reunion;
". • . : Hound our-Father's Throtie on high.
Spring,ville, April, 1860. • • -
• . From the; New York Leader.
110* CA;11.1 \SELOIL,JII,CULv.Iiv-.
DIDN'T PAT THE RINI!
- ICONCLV DIF.D.)t-
E:p.urt days after the sat 's ah my fray re
lated in tililast Chapter, the() opselloi held
full pos‘a*-sion of his new otfiai j withOut let
i ! or hindrithee, save .a few collisions Which
.were the necessary Fults (Jf li4 peculiar pv
ritibn MAIM great highway of the house, and
his relation to his. fellow tenants. At.the
.exPiiration 'of that' time, he Meyer, Peter
thought-be discovered increashg_ signs of a
conspiracy 0n ... ti t3-part of the residents in the
upper regions. : kilvestrone of tide many pads
Of Water - which pissed through ) the hall ac
cid entail y. paid a very late and (lath p tribute
- his uncarpeted floor. Mr. iXtliallaglier,
who owned a . laige, 'wiry, stump-tailed,
dock-eared dog, of au unairuable disposition
towards the world 'generally, and Quinn in
particulait, had tit fancy for stting on the
.door:streP, with the dog by his ide—the lat
ter sitting* oh one end—and smoking a hig,h
eulored dudeen of 'undoubted Itingevlty. The
latter feat, it will be unirerytoodWas petforni
ed by .011allaher, and .not 'by tto dog. 'rlie .
ItighlY flavored fades of the pipe, as they
floated throng - 1i the office, ulere -far frMn
ac, , remilde to the Counsellor, those remon
strances were teeeived' by OValltigher in
silence and with stolid - indiffer i Cac, and by
the dog with :in increased exhi btt don of ivory,
a rigidity of-the little.tail - he poj.sessed. '.and
a t:enslitle elevatf , n "Of the grizzl t hair on the
top of his neek.. a
l la addition- to! thesennoy
nces, the facets recently
dropped the ma e of "Shady," w-which his
.Ciinine coadjutor had pitviously been know,
mot ouvot r c epect 't.; Teter •iLthl the legal'
pi ofe-sign, had conferred upondimi the more .
cho , ical name of " Capht.4 ; and asif to show
the-animus , Ahiuli dictated the oltan! , e, 'Mts.
OVAllagh4 was freqUeuttly hell -d-- . .flarimy
up s.tairs—camversing Will her ford, at the.
street door, and calling . out, id e . 0 irritating
torte of voice, tthe dog's new mune as often a - S"
possible; the language ; ' being I altered and
modulated to suit peculiar circaStatices and
"Phalitt.dait!" - the. dame w.
"Are yez'at the dooze .
"Jaad4 am 1.
"Us Capia4 these wid ye r
-- - "Faith. he is that.; and riiieldn'• up his
-t.h10,1-ialed'ears at the sound:or jet. tlhgint
. _. ..
'+' II;4s CApiaAl.ll . e inuzzil on)" ' . .
Divil it, er.i.luil,..,datilif. ; b s..Capbts pa
ifth '..' . - : . !I -
Oeb, but. irs - . , diingeroas tliat. wid the
rind![) . wai ruin ; • an' Caplas rady 10
slam!) air- rip t: - verybody that :comes uair
.*•.l - 11'look out we dair, and see that Capias
don't bite anybody' id the - Areet-!" said Tha
atgura 'To TAgrint TOO? DCYLt Tararau ItLatt LIIED LTIVAWP 5V2 1 2 11 1 @ , VIE% 511g1
Montrose • Democra t
of a 'Sister.'
On the ' ; beat
art in Ilehnen,
Spirit , lipmo;•
TIM wiled I tell thee,
sad and o:14131
ter: "NO* watch near tlie fotit of The stairs , I
and, as *ohm its pi:- hear O'OallagheiHivith his
pipe and: CaihS•earaing kgiwn, let'Ale hear
of it.' . •
AVIONTROSE, PA., AP-OL 19,1860.
, . .
kith - um by reputationin the Square. even be,
fore hispreiencethere had made lhim" a sin ;
gle personaracquaintance, bowaed went he,
giving audible vent to his anguish, past the
theritie, rind up among the -atietion shops',
and the thousands of housitholdgoda,, and
goods whiehlittered the-- Sidewalk !and.borse,
walk of that 'classical thoroughfare, ?which
bears the name of Ettgland:si greateStprethier.
A cordon-of eettingeoas backtrienl - With re ,
versed whipa,.awaitect his cominglwith:thost
sanguine intentions; while- a . willesoead
commotion nroptig many 'in the door-vi . ays,
and among those who former!•thelgrouns of '
bidders 'around "rho. . auction . shops, showed
that Clapies,;aa he ca - me up the hill,, teomen
tarilr. increased the altitude of his influence
in that part of the community. -'• On 'arriving •
near those whose malignant :purposes we're
so clearly evidenced - by - their position .and.
attitede,CaPins paused, or rather nlaCkened
up his wild career, cad gazed around.: Pain
was following him! Danger confrthited hiiiit
In this'inomentary_ indecision lie host most
valuable time. The now greatly angmented
and panting crowd of juveniles. ryas' last gal 1.-
ing upon his rear, as their .sh'huta and itafth•
dated cries Uri. 'evidenced. The smarting
and.parthimpelled Capias s rnade aAslant,:and
with renewed yells„ dashiel in, ainong, the
mass of goods and chattles on exhibition and
sale. Onward he went, through a !ctrl de sac '
of pots,-kettles, fractured wash stands; ! sus
piciously spotted bedsteads, and cracked and
unsightly utensils. Howling and (earning :it
the month, he sprang Wildly out, and looked •
defiantly, and sera: barred teeth an,diquivering '
lips at his assailants.
Thisluxney lasted but a trionient.! Matters
neared house, and to him of a strictly per
sonal character, imperatively required his
attention. ' After a - second series oilpirouttes,
in an ahortive'attempt to " make ;both .ends,
meet"—a feat, by-the-by, which I has' fre
quently puzzlfitt the mostAtitnte fitlanelers—
he agaie,. with no definite. oliect,iexcept to
keep rimming - an:lto keep clear of the flying
. missils_vvhichAvere now cast at his devoted
head, darted away. Away he llew,lover beds
and bedding, pots and tin ovens,; cots: and•
-dripping pans: 'Over the ' mattrass - which
had leceived the full and • rou - tidedi farm of,
timid beauty, waiting expectantly - in dim find
fIIIIOIOU, light, for the eager tread o r its:n6v ,
ly wedded' lord. Over'the cast-away Couch .
where gout had twisted the toes and wrench
ed the limbs of the old baOheler boarder—
who had wined through yenthostrill brandied
through - age—whose broken fortunes and
. had awaited: death, at
twenty shillings a week, among the. whi'e
wash in trio attics bed-rooth, away 4, beyond
the filth floor! OnWard he went, Once more
in tli- direction front which he eithie,l over
broken crockery and soiled-blankets, dilapi
dated chair 'and fractured tables,lseattered
things,•bitlier and thither; whiiiii were ports-.
ble to his weight, - and so,onee. more iupon the
open'aad une flee rubered therougfa - fe.
Mad , dog! - Mad dog!" in evky I phas,e •ef
the gainutrangiu his clipped ears; farward ;
and headhingle went, scattering Gott and
cons creation - over. his former tract,i followed
tribe cries of his pitiless I
pursuers.• No Ca
pins was ever so served before,- may eb Capias
ever again he so stirred behind! Oti be went,
tearing' past Roosevelt street, past Pearl
street, and so on up the hill.. hi los course
he was met by the perspiring O'Onllngher,
who•eafied to him at the top of his lungs;
hut' eapias had no ears for trim;; in his
ageny his mestcr was Sea' Celir heeded...
A bow I 'of anguish and dismay wag the only
response, which . escaped - his widel y opened
.ja Ws. liar fainter and fainter grew fhis•steps
—although still deer—and it was evident that.
Capias was getting short of - strengthtind Wind..
Up the hill he went, distancing - hisip'urueis,
unlit he- teacher!the junction of Tryon Roiv-.;
lie there stopped for a moment, and in the
aforesaid attempt toured a score oilso ef in- -
efreettiat_pitouettes, rand • then; panOng-from
-einaustion,--•.-arill' alternately:- snarling and
whining from pain, slatted into one•of those
bazaars 'kept for the sale of habiliments Of
questionable utility, And loo•seness %Is:Clots,
owned and supervised by these who eschew,
eta tieverrehewed harn,and who swthle.ilitsely, I
by a name sacred to Christians, - wirhouti the
least compunctions of conscience! This was
no sanctuary fur Capias.". Nyithout the =leas; - '
remorse 'one -of . the 'descendants or, the sub-.I
jects of" King Heroil inflicted uPon . .liiin a I
new sensation pf pain, ;through the agency
of an iron cloth theasurechronically crook
ed; and one inch - shorter than the law alk;w
ed•—which wits fiercely hurled at. hitt. Has-
lily 'retreating from his unsafe qeartrs, lath
ed itrone leg, aod - stimulated to renewed x•- •
ertion by the distant shouts of his pursuers,
he once, mote . took his . -onward cehrie. A
widely opened door-wa y, throUgh which in
the dim distance, could have beeuldeteeted
the' outline of book-nosed than, 'and over
which, is a state Olsuspense-weiethree l gilded
balls, was . de:eried by the limping and ago : .
nized canine. the temptation to Other was
,and without reflecting -that - Auer:- a •
course might be "out of the fryingwa a into
the fire," - injle darted, and down :be sank
moaning awl exhauster it a corner among
the iceoust eons vatic's, which, like the de
scendant of - Abraham. who held theta in'spe
cial tru - S - t, rooked filthe future for redeinptiori.
The moments of alphas was ithrober l ed I •The
hook nosed _Mau and. a pledged jaek-plain
(the ticket Was.nuthrthred 26,007) gave' hint
renewed causead uneasiness. Theiiroti bar
which--iecared the Shutter at night Was
brought . into successful requisitioth; and ni
the body Of his shouting pursuers crowded
around the' entrance, •Capiarr gave - :is last
howl of mortal agony, and - received through
the mediuni of-a hammer—the time for the
rederuptiOn of which bad expiresHs c 0 4 .44;
grace. A moat igooble•death ! "DIA -. . :
" calm gerit laceratatii c.anid
The demise of Calais. was far frtm
ing the feelings of irritation entertained to ,
ward the Counsellor - rind Quinn, by the litigi
ous Airs. O'Gallaglier, and from ..bat , lime
forth a dace and relentless war-far,a of the
tongue- was carried on by the irate dame,
and twenty-times a d3y , Olo4inant at will and
his cleric. were informed from the extreme al
titude of the third story, that "qtny Wag
gaird that.w6altl hones .a dog tvoilld:stail
•• Day by day. tpattara- g rpw Worse, a d nd worse
with the ranch abused and 'lnng i , , efeTilig
landlt)rd. :The solace to his "feelings which
be had derived front an observatioof the
deterthined stand taken , by O'Gallagher, and
the determined - sit—of Capies ceatred,--rwitb.
what Peter called "the defuoetion-cwhich he
declared to, be. a "gooerrind s 2,e s t se,"), of the
latter. To add to the landlord's tiouhlerit, him
tenants ill a body threatened- to vacate his
premises, and to leave him minus their—rents,-
unless the tenant at will.was-made to surren;
dor his forcibly_ retained.. rights. This I was
not elf! Peter beld-in feservation the most
astounding 'and'. most :sublirne movement i :
against. the peace of his landlord. -Man at
torney, be commenced an action for treSpass
against Limbergher,ltt the suit of one of the
teeond-story tenants; the giit of the coni
l.plaint being that the defendant (thelandlord)
had through one Quinn and others, '"agents
of the said defendant, forcibly taken possess- .
ion of an easement appurtenant to the 'pretni
ses demised 'to the said phiintig." Sirnulta-.
neauSly with this last . '"inelit -unkindest-Cut,"
anotheeattion for like . causes-was 'also torn- •
mowed by. another tenant ; s particular friend
of the. Counsellor, beiog•the - attorney- in
case. , -
Under these thickening and manifold diff-;
icultieti, the , disheartened landlord had re
course to profeisional adviee,and was horror
struck in finding that there were exceedingly
grave, doubts whether -Ad could ---successfully
'defend. 'Moreover, both plaintiffs were irre
sponsible; at least his own costs through two
protracted litigations would have-to be borne
by Itimself,.whetlihr he should gain or hise.
This last straw broke the - spine -of the cam
el. His Mick fell ! and be unconditionally
"dared in." Ile was wearied and worn down
with vexations and litigations, whose perren-
Mal flow. was like the water-deoppingS of the
Institution, and Which had, day by day, in
, creased the intensity of his pain. Ili* Ger
man. spunk was completely exhausted, and
dolt litigious spirit' which One year befOre
had appeared so fully chronic, was 'now.. sub
dued; and completely crusted otit ; one end
of thh iron bad entered- his soul, and at the
other, the relentless Peter was usiog all 'his
,might to push it deeper.. With au entire
rd,ignation ' the resignation of-despair, which
saw in . the dim future but 'a -single ray of
-love and a- Single glimmering peace, he gave
his counsel a cal* blanche. and left 'him 'to
The overtures of the defendant's attorney.
were_rnet . by the Counsellor in,. a spirit of
compromise and amiability. On all" points
he had been victorious, and he declared' that
under the circumstances, not to be generosts
would be indicative of a.desire on his part to
do MrAineberglieran injuiy, which, in all
its-length and ,breadth, he utterly
iu this,peaee 'conference all matters of
w'tre fulirdiscussed. Peter claiMed
for -the disarrangement of his business,
during his tenancy at will, by reason of the
,interference of the two,O'Oallag hers Withkis
-peaceable enjoyment' of-the ball. Ile
that he generously forgot - and forgave Mr. -
Limbergher the infliction of a year's litikr,a
tion, and esruestly hopel that his experience
is dist bsiodf Kai! aun g lat Lim Aka. lo.lork• aut.
it was "dangerous -to' meddle with Islgeal
t oo ls," f ind- had 711,1'e trice a wiser, if: nut a
better Mau. Buyout of regard to the gai
nd usages of,the 4.,rrufession,le rhouhl reci i t.
Iti'sc,sts in . full of the:suit (or trespasi sec
ly cumneuced,_together with a "raisonah
counsel .fee: Ile also pfoluhted to rise his
fluence for the puipt-se of settlirtg• thu ot,
suit upon epitiible terms. - All these -poi
we re I.euled to Ito mutual sailAu:don
boat the bigh contrr.e.ting though
representatives of the_ lauded interest m
the Counsellor's abandonment of his Soya.
pol a sine qua non of the monied - Cocisid
'lion pasing ipetween,the partieS. tune,
of the indetnhify• is 'State secret, dee
buried among the forgottei, things of
The recolleedo.n of that. evenital year, •
its - exeru.witing finale were, until the day,
his &Mb, clarsed by Afr..Liinbergher. am'
the dteat calamities of life. All the mitt
-1 &a%e related were coc&lensei into one
ternity, labeled nith - theame of "Me.Culv •
and by, Mr. Limberglie'r ; placed •ia
melatieliely Mental nielie-of its own, n
those other . nielies, of the mind, in , ' which
tr3ubies and griettnees of long and w
spent life, in that place whore were stored
public calamities of his age, such as the hi
rors of the yellow fever in 1821, the devasa-- .
Lions of cholera in 183,2, thb•loss of an unin
sured invoice of wines, and the—great flre!'of
1835. In fact, it might well have. been, and
indeed was, considered by bim as the blaek
sheep-year of that large flock a years that,
in passing by him,"bar.l left upon his.lieaa lit
tle stray waifs of their whitened fleeces, which
the . breath -of time had gent!) , loosened, rind
which he bore, and arl,legacies of honor
and liens upon respect. • -
The inelancholv end of Capias has been
faithfully chronicled;" and if the India's',
Creed, that'the. spirits Of faithful dogs re
found en the far , off huntino•-gounds,.. is !to I be •
believed, perhaps the shade of the unfortu
nate Cripias,- aimed by one of the primary $ n
ses, is now seeking in remote lauds, on. he
other side of the river Styx, for, the lost - d le
gation 'which Dogdotn long since tinder a al
ed instructions aent ba Jove with it petiti n,"
praying that certain grievances might be e
dreseed., And then perhaps not -1 • 1
Quinn •is supposed to be. in one of he
Sandwich lalitrda, assisting Kinir Kainaltam-
aba in attaining a knowledge - of "manly
art of self-defence , " His career here, at t e
bar, wit ,m
s very brief, and Compri=ed but be
ini6al,h t teps of - a single c. He was reta n-
ed by one of-his countrymen on the lEttli ay
of March (St. Patrick's Day being, the 1701,)
of a certaiiiyear tciprosecute a gentleman of
DM for an assault and battery committed!ori
the averting. previous. - Quinn • obtained- an
order °fan arrest ; which he placed in the
,t,hcr Sheriff, with: instructions for I its
immediate execution. . By some tnistilmea,
however, the 'nitrites of the partieswere trans-
posed by Quinn in the document" referred ;to,
and as a consequence . his :awn .thent -- this
plaintiff, was arrested at his, own, suit, and
kept incarcerated durinta long and -tedious
•week, in:default of bail urged"up . to 41whigh
est amount by the newly-fledged itad - loCkless
attorney.. Ile left:. ' - .. : - 1_
• The O'GallagOrsstill live, and, live in 'the
Sixth Ward. They own another dog. - ThIY
call him OaPias I • . . • • - ' "
Our friend, the.Clouriselier is 6611 extant;
still pao.vini, in tbe . ranks'..of . -professionai.
If you " desire to See Imo, take, your -Stand - on
ttieCity Hall steps; (in the rear) at ten o'clock
to-mortosi morning: You need not isk any
questions as to iyisidentity, hut scan well the
crowd which !mikes' those steps its 'common
foam., and when lour eyes fall. upon - is man
ef 6ft,f and upwards, of the I. medium' height,
Is DT Th2[lolo."
( strongly bnilt„ , whose shoulders a re slighpy
4 thrown forw ard, whose co.sturnessa •ItinCon: ,
attained and neg li ge, whose cravat Is .. tied
with ati eye to utility and ease, whose hat
1 leaves visible !an.under- margin of. hair • of a
i greyish cast, hot made so' by tithe; whose
istepls slow and Measured, and under whose
arm are a voltne of Howard's Practiceille- ,
ports aid. a bundle of papers,. lied up mitt ,
the inevitable led . tape; and you have the
man. If you till, doubt,- speak to him . ; lex-
change with h'in the courtesies - of.the hour
—you cannot eat Ishii at that same genie of
courtesy--aud if he has not a special motion
at chamber; draw him into ,couversatioii.—
He'll talk to you by the hour, and if y our
conversational :'powers ate not of the best;you
had. better play thA'listener. Time has dealt
liith lsim for half a century, and has 'j'yet
dealt kindly; for, when hismiles, • you ...will
find that the • lthei which care tnay have
driwn.upon I 1 forehead, and at the corners
- of his mouth, are the very wrinkles which
mirth would •hve made - there, if all his.; re
stained round, and.. smooth , and useful. !Bus
•if you would wish, to see him in - all his glo
ry.; to see his 4es light up, and to hearl:the
rich remains Of an almost forgotten. br4gue,
roll:from his Mirthful lips, and . mingle 4self
with our pure nd
~ undefiled vernacular, host
adjourn to Ta mans , Hall and ask him aliout
iris law-suits concerning his suite of apart
meats; about p"Gallagher, and Capias and
the capsicum !I • He'll tell 'you the story !
Ile- told it to, yne several times, and' never
twice alike. Just ask him, 'and listen, and
. you will surelYcome to the concision, in, view
of-my version: rid ofshis, • that, some events,
are like prism, ; and that no matter from
what point of view tfiby• mdy be seen,. they
still throw off a brilliant light.
• - Our Mend ; t h e landlord, lived to pee many
years of honor nd usefitiness after the hap
pening of the vent which I have related. In•
the season Of leaves and floviers; he taight
nightly have been seen on the very spot which
was the first scene of his ambush on the first
breaking outith his subsequent tenant at
will, contempt tins the same views' rhiels,
for years,befor , his eyes had listlessly . rested
-upon, smoking the same richly colored meer
schaum which had been his solace. through
- the dark Year of Litigation, . But the pipe .
now bangs unhsed upon the wall.; the:. lips
,which inhaled its fragrance are now cold and
still I Raise theiilver lid; and loisk itto its
gloOmy depth. I)o yoanot there observe a
dark and charred substance! a something
near akin lo tsties ?, Yes! it: is. ashes ! Its.
better past lon since exhaled into the sur
rounding air i n , r clling . and graceful curls and
lift' this drosisbiind. So, tad; our old friend
has passed away"; the dross which formed his
grosser part ia , now turned to ashes, and rlsts,
alike undisturlse i il by the wail Of the winds of
winter, or by tile munnuring. music of the
sunlll.l/CO;r I,3!`rilrre: : ti. , 0. ;mrsualal, .4n,1 haittr
part, has,,p,ased away like an'eM)alatioafrorn
his own em.ns 1 saritn, and over what remains,
- the snows coaud, festoon themselves in
fantastic windings;, and then - the grass springs
up ainidst ;tie floweri—planted by affection's
hands—ivisich Inod away their little span of
life, and then find their graces upon his grave;
likelia a lieu the! season comes, to burst
from thk sad i4to renewed and quickened ex
istence ; the one , td live through a boundless
eternity, the other 'to* bud and bloom, to fall
and germinate! Here on this quiet spot
where the abiding love of survivlug friends
-.llaS left its symbols of affection, even lawyers
.cerise from troubling, and even tenants are it
Tearing up.the stubborn soil= 7
Trudging;, - d rtidging, toiling, moiling;
Hands fitid feet and garments soiling—
Who wo 91d 1 grudge the plerightuan:Stoil,!
Yet there's lustre in his eye, , •
Borr . owc4 from. yon glowing sky':
And therii% meaning in his glabees
That be.speak no dreamer's fancies—
Fer hisAnind has precious lore, '
Gleaned from _ Nature's sacred store.
Tolling up yonweary hill, w
He has erked since,e,arly - t4orning, '
Ease and rest and pleasure scpruii:ig--'',
And he's at I his labor still— .
-T,hough,the slanting western beamV •
Quivering,on the glassy stream;
And yeifnld elm's lengthened : shadow
-Flung . athwart the verdant meadow,
Tell that shadowy twilight giby t ,
Cannot now be far away. •
Sec! lie stops and Wipes his brow=
Marks i tite, rapid sun's
Marks his,shatlow far extending— •
Deems it time to quit the plough,
Weary man and weary steed •
Welcome ,food and respite need;
• "Fisllti3 hour when bird and bee
Seek rePOse—an'a why not ho
Nature loveS tho twilight,best—
Let the toil-worn ploughman rest!
Ye, who nursed upon the breast,
Ofease - and - pleasure enervating t
Ever new deligh ts creating,
Which not long retain their rest •
Erolepon 'your taste they pall ;_
What avail your pleasures all I
In his hard bnt pleasant labor,
He, your useful, healthful neighbor, .
. Finds enjoyment, real, true=
Vainly seaght by such as yon. • li..
• Rietily tinted, brightly beaming,'
Whit its various lessons teeming, %.
All outspread before you! eyes;
-peivy,glades and opening flowers,
, • .Ntnerald meadowe„ venial bower",
- Sun and shade and bird and bee, '
..fount and forest, hill and
All , things beintifel and fele • •
His henigeaut teitebertare. •
• T'saiing tip, the atubberasitil- , •• • •
iTrudgitig, drudging, toiling, moiling;
Hands and feet-and garMents
Who wouldPOge the PlallelOsn a s.
Yet !tit health aid:wealth. tb hlus-; •
• a_ ttPhli*Pt . ;'hervet PIA strength of
Light, arei fervor in hie glance., ,
Life and beauty 14 his, Ihneles,
:Learned and happy, brave and free ; =:
' Who seisirousi proud blast as he t.
VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 16.
REPUBLICAN WITNESSES 4
The kind of witnesses by whose testitnl4
the Republicans expect to blacken the char
acter of tho.Piesident, can be inferred (ruin a
scene wuich occurred befoie- tlok committee
of the •Eenate appointed to investigate the'
alleged:ooes in the Public ,Primiug. 1 A
man named Pettibone, a bookbinder, appear.
el before the Senate • committee, of which
Hon. Preston King -is chairman; and. there
' testified on - oath that fie once wrote. tethe
President in reference to the. law regulating
- th3 Executive bidding; That the Ptesident; re.
re erred that letter to the Attorney Gui4ral
endorsed in a particnbir •rnanner, which he
.witnees)rniautely speeified; that ltesub--
sequenily called ne-Jntige Black and c alled
his attention to the endoreemeet;
Judge expressed astonishment at its nature,
and said he would take it, to the. Pre‘ideut
-and have tpe indorsement changed and - that,
whien'tieleihe (Piitibene)sii.v the payer,"the'
first endorsement teas rerymieely.erascd. 'find
another subststuted in its place by th;' Pt i esi•
dent, and signed J. B." . .
The. charge.made bi•thie- man was Litith
ing less .than thet the President committed
the crime of - forgbey...• :This witness, nut Only
•observed th at ,the original . endorseni4nt 'was
altered, but that it bad been "carefallk
erwird, and-another submitted in its_piacts by
the. President, and signd J. B." Like_ Most
false witnesses, he was very minute, and ists-,
peered anxious to take every precaution se
that the "record" should be "motrect.-ii
• Now, what are the fact-j :
• We. learn from the Constitution thiitii
was proved •ou the sworn. testimony of !the.
Attorney General and one of hie clerks
theActunent referted to by this - Pettibone
had been 'regularly. : filed in the office of the.
Attorney General as a Governmept tecord,
and. that the whole story of the endorsetilent;
erasure,-and substitution, was `a base - and
malicious fabricatiou from beginning to end.'
Tha,,.doca two t 'sfas .produced before-the Om- ,
mutes.; was shown to Petibone, who acknowl
edged that it was the one to which he. refetred.
It was - yrroved that there. was 'never any oth
er document of similar - imprint in existence;
that its endorsetnent was, entirely•different
frontthe description given by. the *it ness, and
that:there was oat the 'slightest trace :any
erasure; not even of the minutes t trace of a
.When driven toAlie wall,, this . polit.
bone hinted 'that erasures could be merle so
that they could not tie cietertS(l,nad intimated
that he, as a binder, knew how to erese•••tvri. •
ling so that it - could not be. discovered.' He
tried his skill, and showed that it was
sible ro do 50... Wbett this last effort -proved
unsuccessful; he abandoned the struggle; 'arid
left the Committee.room with the indelible
stigrint of perjury sta mped upon him.
"Nothing biti the basest perjury can-sully
tny good iniMe ; " wrote the President in ;the
rity, little' knowing, as heis rote thit the ba-
BEM. of all ibe artifice• of malice was bt:ng
'resorted to in order to damage his cliaracter.
Bet 'the grecions being" iii %shear beuefi4ent
wateh fe her : A and Almighty pdaer Irea.!x piyss
ed; such devout reliance did "de - fend" and
"protect" him by derecAng and exposing ! the
infamous cheat that lied been perpetrared by
a teck_fess profligate in malicious revenge for
being defeated in an attempt to pluhrter . the:
Oovernment. • „ .
Pettibone la a fair specimen of.the.clase of
men on-which the Republicans relyto_ iisbairl
their 'false accusations again's , the Prerid'ent.
Baffled knaves and •disappoiniQ flandeters
are the instruments with which MOM) they'
can kpeot to achieve tbeir bars
Providence has nnthasked their iniquity ; arid'
furnislred-the American - people milli itidulrit
able proof of the sehOmes by. which the Most
unprincipled of political 7aelioils in seeking_
to blacken' the. reputation of the man: wljorn
they arise elevated to the highest nnil _Most.
honorable ,offlee in theeorld.°
T,o be the thing we seem ;
To do the thing we deem •
Enjoined by duty ; •
To walk in faith. fur dream
Of questioning God's seheino
Of truth.and benuty;
. . .
Casting self-love aside,
Discarding human pride; -
Our hearts.to nteasure - ;
In humble hope to bicle
Each chant o in foytiietitidi:
Add Ciod'a good pleasuie;.
To trust, although deceived ; ;
Tell truth, ►hough not.beleilerl;.
Patient . of ill received,
_ To-pardon when . aggrieved,
\ ?fission restraining; . -.
; With love no wrong can chili,
.-. To save, unwearied dill, .
.-'• The weaklrom falling;--
_., This is to do God's 14,111 . •
On earth,—and to fulfil
:. • Our heavenly calling.
.rer-A lover- once -woie to a lady whUje
jeeted him, saving that he"intended to retire
to some, secluded --spot and. breathp away his
life in - sigbe ;" to which the lady rephed, by
inquiring whether they were to be atrial!, me
dium, or large eized; The than has not si'fice
he - ard from.--
A. - e-" Suicide is becoming very prevalent
in my city,"said a gentleman to an inbabitpit
of a : neigliborlng . totin.
." Well ? !really, sr!, T.
don't know of an city• whole it could pre- ,
fail, -with greater advantage to the world: a
large." - - . • -
lar A parson cornered n fatn3er wholnhe
had seldom seen ; t his ministr.triOn, by asking
biwilirectly,.sfter a little reprOef of his Lein
of omission—" Shall we see you it' cliutoh
next Sabbath r. y.e.s," be-replted sfedrty,
yes, I'll go or send you a band. 9 _ - •
otosttxo Oatoinst..--a young geritle
man - being asked to
,write some - lines ln-a
ioting lady's album, perpetrated the
, - r
"Something originas you ask M4ll - l0 irate
- I bapily know
- whets to bcgin: -
I fear there is noihitigMlys:nat le me ,
Eicept original sin! ' • -
men of the jury," said:. au Ad:rinses; laWyer,
would-you eat writ trap to Much as bOrir t
Would you Make fools -of your,elvel bp en
deavoripg to spear a'buiralo with a knitting
titxxilet- No, gentlemen, I am sure you would
not.. Then: bow- can • you -be . guilty of the.
gross absurdity of finding my client guilt) , of
tainaliogitter for taking the Hoots woman I"-