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. Uiillin firm.
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,,t We-Inc-Uy M-rnis.
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.ill to Bdranre: u-ru- - -
i,a mill be2iso:inu,-d until B r-
;J up. Puttaaer u-ai""
tik out tbelr
" p. renijv.n fr roHoftVe to an
; t prr
rset Printing Company,
JUUX L SCVLL,
AITHEK. AtlTneTat Law.
I ' IVliB i. All r.icss..a.
. -Ul k
Ail ddeM.ai '
M EL will continue to Tact ice
'"."it t tl.e old .lce. m H a"
J"a wiil tiv j.nmpt alt-n-
. ul-BAKER Mwlf-r hif prrtfwi:oal
' ., , . rim of
. , , .t n-r. " wen of h Kr
V, iLLEK iwnnDit'.y
;, ;.r iniit of t" iHMltMton. )
Vt'trh- lknin?' (tore. !
.rr-';i.-e o( Uw id S iwrH aixl
iairiB the lixrJrr'f ciSce.
... . .ut nt ii:x
T v 11 V. ATT' KX EV AT LAW
li nl rttate. Nnnwl. I'a.. will
i"r.ttKi!ie entniKeJ to ii can'wiin
, i k H L. BAKE, ATTOXEVS ATI
U rI'u '' i
" , ., ciu:h-. All ruin en- j
o.LUXS. I.LXTIST. S.ai.r-e!.IC)AL OIL LAM Pi
t!mr I(,UI'1 I-Mr1 ,u Ju
h a ei'iiuz. MUistinir. ex-
r.r.fiAl iwtb ot all kinaa. aijJ of
i-'-i. l.jrcr.iil. Ail -J!TJH-JIi wtr-
1 iiU ATTOKXEY ATLAW. SlM-
Itvi to all twine
M-:iev aAiTauwl on eollertion
wr. on Main (trtvt.
MI U ATtTiRXEY ATLAW. I
,.. ill atteiHl to all Imh-idi- en
t ia nirret anl adj.nui eoun-
nU n leli tv. I II -e in f.rt
icb. is, To-ly.
TI,MVF S -HELL, ATTOKXEY ATLAW, ;
II"...' h - rnnm Ajfrct. fxTeU
j f ' -r n u'e lourt Uoue. J-n. U-U.
trre.! re--wt'ully iafurmf t!i I'oS- j
.n- .-r-t. It hl intent i tu kp
b !. tt-1- will in custart. u
T "'!.. tbt'riVxH'LL. i
yiYH-S. ATTOilXEY" AT LAV.
Ll'.. will cue ri;4 auec.i to
-'eiTO:ed biscitn- ia S.m wl
i.U.-e i'ni c-ri-et. H"-
..f LL Scu'a. J.v-
' K "VT.r.. Phvrf lr.n an-l Il-utLt. Hcrlin.
V i V . pronijit attentba to ;! casr
--.'-: . Licare. utiiee oueaiowcn.f the;
..- . -t H eanie a oecapivd iiereto. bj i
II. AG. MILLKli, alter twelve,
r-r- .ire nrartif" la Shar.krjKe. has
1 j-.cd at Siwrv-t t' r lae i.r
:.f eit'itvns ol S n-r:; and h-aa:y.
tlie tin (1. '; (.Ta.-ri .m:.il by t". A.
n I l.-n (rr Li( t.r-l"n2. " V-
bT- be can i c.nxunei ai an .i--u-i..
ifS gin rilr pf -Bi;.tiT anfwi-rci.
H POSTLETHWAI1 r. All"N.Li
at Law. S.ierft. Fa. Pr-.frtsi ial Luj-i-t:u!;v
c-li itea ci j niietnsLy attend-
ATfOHXEY" AT LAW,
M A E T I ' L A N I N G -M 1 L L
COOD & JONES,
A f. . jtvrwl t.. do all kind? or pLinin? an-1
usi-i:-.t.iii?ol ImiiJins maurrtala,
v. r. vTULii-WAEinxa,
SASH AXIi JdBlKS,
VV iXI iW a. I tR-FEAJI ES. ,
V EX ETIAX SUITTEKS.
r. xi v:ti - ffCTKTa'ly nsel in b-im:
.. k;n j "I m-tk d. ne t-rdT.
. J. Tl
GKD k JNKS.
Samuel Custer, Proprietor.
Ki.:r.r twi (avored with a larz sliare or pat- ,
Wi ::. :l pan. a?k( lur a eiinuaoT ol the j
Hi anxim'iaUooi' are Brat etas, ine ,
um I ununited at aU Ume with the let
j lei'i-i aB'Tda. Oaest ran t aminvlat- i
r. -j. i : tirn - with f"l lr.Uae an. reao- .
Ilia hoase beinr r ny i alay( ,
- - . rwive r.lrtiare iMntec aio el an! ,
SAM l" EL C'ISTEB.
PHYSICIAN AND SIT.GEON.
Vt IS, Tiain.
i:ynli, steen a co.,
't !..ii St. Charles UoteL)
41 VV.. I. StKCFT, PlTTSIil'RiiH. I'A-, I j
latjrt'rs .f Onirnoware and MaliCtie- ;
v. oit "bit- tun J"-""
, . ... ;
lorvrs i i.iassware. i
W.V H E. j u
TIN A N i SHEET IP.OX WARE.
'"x.cjstly q lan, supply tA cj-pi-T an-1 lTass
'-t-. irui' :-xitt .wd I1 kimis oi
Ho? I'nrnUhinf; iaoods.
l'-"y l-S. is his U:. Shop one iar K of :
' J4aia reet. S0H. I'a. i
i ii-ly. XuAiiCASEIlEEU. ,
C S. GOOD,
I'ltrSICIAX A SI
ot Ma is Street.
Baotins Sm-ela Fruit Tnvrs. Vioc
? call on
S.Bcrset Cary. Pa. j
"'r r-r-hae at him at W wot rate tbn ol '
! ler ar.;.
J ;c NEW F LOU II MILL.
Ta. -w Fi ar Kdl bvilt tbe aite of tbe
LI "nESNISOX MILL," -
J. " "f a mile (nuth Vi-r is ca
' " , rB-ji.iaz It bit ail the lt ive
t. i faarrauted ta,tbe l-t kind of w.jrk
iil ). al! km-!, ot mm in.
V JLL.MIM HA V.
K'LESALE HEALEES1X ;
a mm m Km!
DwWevHf Ho-.rd, !
fate- at '
A OL. XXI.
John F. Blymyar
lla re-.'jxr.e-i bi fmr a .
Few Doors Above the Old Stand,
Aad oflm tn bi ntfmcrf and frieoJf a full line !
oi at ilie rery rKt-a,
4 V1 f'J 7 1 S' S' I
M'oodou Ware oT All Kinds
AuJ eVTy:l.iaj ' ! ji.-Ius lo tlsc Lso'i- tra.lc.
PAIXIS IX . UL AXD LET. AXD
D A ML,
5' GOODS IN GENERAL
A linre (ttf-k o!
Table Iiiii and Forko.
lullUlLAIX UXt Kt-TTLUS. fcc- Jur.
Lri rle I nnKn-cf to !nen- j
:j n. Ho? i ir;miiiDv1 to
ritf. Give Mm csiiL i
tint iu sn v.vori-
tril at t!if t tt J., f:
MA IX STREET, SOXEIteET. I A.
1 bv i-rvjorod tu man u Tartu rr all kiaX" uf
WAGONS, SLEIGHS, Ac.
He iil ! ii4cpily altend to
Xjne lut the BEST MATERIAL be ejc-I.
! AU- WORK WARRANTED
j A.. ' 'oBe la tbe laUst and ci'jt eppivved
! LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICES.
j Somerset, March 0th.
TJTSUEE YOUE LIFE IN THE
Old FtablM:etl and Reliable
AEEEICAN LITE DilDEASCE "CCXFAST
The attetition of the Htlien of Somerset and
ailxnuir eivmiie is rerarettallv lamed to toe
eiaim(whr - h tbe Amertcua Lite lnur-arc I
pany oi Pbiladelpiaa preartita ut tueir eih liwc
aIKi patronise, it peenarly a i-enunivania
ivumny a tome tVimpmny and ba( alaj( ea- I
jiyed uie eunDdence ol the peuple i tbe entire j
siate. It rack( amongst the ol'twt lXHniu.e in ;
the I'niled Stale. ui h&s n in i ioed an onward j
proem tbrocifb neariv a cuarter ol a century.
quarter ol a century.
F'rB.jiux ani eruuvmr. mcwi Ibvcm ments, and
t proroj pnyBieiu Oi ail l,a voiutkihiu. na.ecoar
j actenxed t his eomiany fr A its brat orranicatiun.
VV Ith a lame paid in cah eapiuai. Beany tvar mii-
lions of cottar ol aoeuuiuiled aseets. under the
' aoanaremmt of remleraen of uudoutrted uitevri
j ty. and well kna throezlMtt Pennrlvania. the
American Lite lnsuraBci. Slantis second wnone
! in the I nited SLaioa.
tmcie W.HiiL Pr.ienteonre Nojr nt. Vice
Prend.nt. Jubn S. Wi1l Secretary and Trcaa-
urer, AU x VV lull lea. Chairman Uom. on lnoncr.
anxiD or ntrrnm.
Hon. Jante PuilHck. Ex. Uov. of Pa- B'.w di- '
rrrw ot I". r. Mint. J. Unr Tbiu. Pr-i- I
dent iefin(yriania K. K. 4Va;sy. Alt'rt C j
Rolierta. in-r. Hevcnlh an-1 V ioe Sta. I'hlla, j
rniupu. JBinjcie. jierram. .. n.nn j
I'hila - H a. Alea. . ,hattrlL C. S. Senat-ir. !
Btrrrbanu Water Si Phila.. Iaae Haxlebaret, I
Attorney at Law, Xa. ao Walnnt street. Phila, j
jbB Wanamaker. Xo. ls and a Cheatnut SL
and enerof tn al Alarket S;.. Pbils Henry !
w it,-,, M..m hiia . j.m i. tnair. '
bum. Pivvlent Cnmuicrcjl .Nat. Bank. Phil
M- WhilidBB, Meriant, X-jS. 3J and il S.1
PflicH- iiwtnl ua all the nt apncd plans,
Fur (artber tnlotmtijua apply to
w pn z ii lis. m
Lineralsi tj Act cf $$hm.
Df p3ilors sfccrtd by Etil Estate
isuaitEl e icIHiiTely,
' Areal lr me ceanBtanj' at owarret.
c?:.. T.- ri t...4 innTiT7Tnj 9. wPTTiPunnTn
k V I IT A ill. Hilt i(M
Paid to depositors oa the octr:poviiidia
i.l:'tui.,m It tSirrrted to t'-o librral fro
irtomia fimr wrtthdrmTinf tnomry f?j4fert,
I'emn kaiaHBaOeaiMMl, tS 1TIJOI 7
xotice i jiuit niE jtjciuHrron.
AU rmmtmtul'atUmo vilt nroirn prompt
JAMES T. BRADY,
JOH J D BCBEST.
OHN PIDERT A
NO. 2!0 MAIX STREET.
V r!l Praftf ixrtM(iibi all prt oftli t'ul-
r4 StIP aad Cniul. uk! Id K-Tvurn nwntrict.
Ilur Cml'U i -un wl STvrcinrut H-m-Hl at
j Mirliet market jirirr. Ijnn mvT on atftft;)
j pnriiv. lirufl? anJ lbft-kf m otlirr liauks carh-
IuUre-l ut il-.emleof Six fer cent, per
ErTTthlr,r tn the Ba&king Line rereirea cut
! Tl.nkfol to our frirn-l an! mttomcrt ff-r tbe-ir
pan patnts;r, we F-tK'it a coat inn. ore of the
niw. aiKi icvae oihon wbo hare lainef in oar
,,n lo eiT t"aL aamrini ail. that we (hall at
ail linH-f lu all we can to irire roiire fattafaetiML
EeWa-e JOHX 1HBERT fc t U
M. BEACIILY'S, -
Tlilf Rrmtds h Iwen In e ier (
:y h tn e i er ycTt,
ani haa ran! ihoiKan.15 of eaae eooriJrre'l inru
ru!ie It Ilie nrilew. It ba n-it failed Id a in-
rlc cafe to Kite nrlkf if not rotirviy ewre.
; It 1 partiiiikrly rwimwnJo! In the t'llwii-y;
..CA- IlKADACIIE. PALVITATIOX
OF THE n E ART. LIVER
KIX HISEA SES, LAXG I'll)
: in any ilrranzrmcnt of tie Blood. In all llc-ae(
: "-u."iar to ftwalci it Ss a rare and Soerrtign krm
j In r-hort. it bclnp a lUmrii a-nics Ihroirh Uie
; rirraioioa of lie blooi on a!! t he" lni .riant it
ranf and emuiKi ri'-i ot Ibe bodjr. It Bill rare al-
any cural.le iiiwae.
j FornalehT MEYERS it AX AW ALT. lVriin,
; Pa., aixl l.y dealer in Family Meli.iiK every.
. l, I V I. I I Li
-a-.-J -a. -m. a , rE
' g :
mi KIPPER'S I
Be sure to call and see, an-1 be e . iw-
J. a there are U i
i o 1
so.MEiisirr IIOI SF,
July IT A. W. KXEPPER.
A. H. Franciscus & Co.,
.,-t-t-.i--x- , tx-.. t i t-t-.. ii-i at-
ivUl 1U. 1 .il. 1-V 11, tl K rv ,
Twine and Ropes,
GLASSES, CUKKS, KAXCT BASKETS
Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
SAxrrArrrBEua amd jobhebs it
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING. RUGS,
SIS Market Street and 410 Ojtnmcn-e Street,
A arrryl - hand
;l5 - te Fern Steam Engine
W. W. JIcKAIli h S-m.
LEMON & WEISE,
The oM ad w!l kwm firm of Lmm a Wei
! PITTSBl'liUH. Pa Manufacturers ol
Caliiiiet FnmitiiiB aui CMri
Have IImaotmI ta
111 , t j vouag man s lips ; be was more
o. Ill ourtli Avc..:.,Mf;r.tt tiiaa tl:s ten(.r ,:ulc.
J-posite tnetrobJ stand. i
Where tbeyecn!ltBfiUeLusiailnal!ltsbraBche, i
JLT 1YT TJ'MiQIT1' r rVa i
v w a,i. xvwwa w 'w v
FOUNDERS & HACHINIST3,
SALISBllli, : : PLXX A., t
itacctarturcr r ail kind of !
(trim by mall promptly atteaue.1 tu.
Addrraa WM. IHXSE a CO-,
&.ili(bBry, FJklkk P. U. Somerset eo Pa.
flULlLilliUl Ct HLlJJIiimUlJlJ,ithan ever Ufore
McButaC.urerf of iA IeJ. tr la
CURTAIN GOODS, ;
lirnilure Ih'akn Supplied a! Low-tc-
No. 100 Third Ave.,
WoodwcU'i Furniture W.t re
POOS riSHF.1 JOIIX.
V HE. M. X. B. CKK.l.W 15.
Old farmer Ji-bn ia tjre perplexed
Xay, fannrr J:h is really TcxJ:
lie la hurt early, Uuur lale.
Yet eri-r talk of adverse fate;
Fjt all hit XAUnz $cnr-t fafftre
tf longed-fr land to pay the price.
The inicm?r cocne, the aunt mcr( ir.i,
Tbe pries (bowers waJte the winter' (now
The hil, from dawn U cK (if day,
Beeelretb Bought l-nt Iruwn for pay;
Hi c.wl wife telle and a.-iik.o care
Has tailed l:p and clitseksnd hair. .
Acres on acref r.retcl. away
Of woodland, corn, of wheat and hy,
Hi cattle rosin o'er many a hill.
His brooklet tarns tbe groaning mill:
Yet still he sighs, and kmy for more.
And jrruml.les e'er that he is poor.
Fr atnniy aoos, tocr Canghters uir.
Claimed at bis hands a father's care.
He icare them latr without end,
An-1 atroTe their a-jola, like bU. to bend
Into the Barrowinc (rruove of tbocicbt;
Gold to be earned, bind to be bought.
Yet tanner J J:n is er..win porir:
Y'oa feel it as yon pass his dour.
Hifold brown b(e is (trail an-1 mean.
The rwf is warjed by erark an1 (3am;
Tbe leaning bars, the half-hintftd i!
ProclaiiB old J ho is very poor.
Xo books. sTirtarea no the wall:
CsrpcUc;? roues and dmry hall.
Why think It (tranjre such fanner's r; s
8bvdd aerk the city's pump ani n'rt
Should learn lo louihe ibesiht of b.'ttw,
Wh-re naught of jyy or proce may e.mf ?
Why think i: s;ranze hit poor, old wife,
Whocrdned f him her very life,
Sh.suld usc. at last, des;.ue his lr.'Q.
And lay her weary burvlen down
In jcy. to walk the street of heaven,
Where nansht U sl l.l.at all is given.
Oo where ?.a wilL sear.-h earth aruua I.
The pooreftjnan that can I (bast.
Is he Bbo toils, tbrooica life, to gain
Wi led extent of hill and plain:
Furvcttlns all his (.id's best n.-e-ir
In cucinir.; o'er his title deeds.
t!1 tlat tTittitr.? tlitJ ;Ii
A u- luaaa,? a. a .7 j
'worst! .If I ever in my life expect
iCJied to Lear such news! AVhy, cur
1 6 jGecrgehas gone and got married!
Ho vou hear: '
Go.nl .Mrs. Clements pu
i i I ..,.,..!.., ,.r I,,..
eyes, and dropjed her letter in her
jlep, and ehe turned round to Iht hus-
I tv.m.t trtA.tmit clnri-r iA fiirin.r u-rirt
was contentedly stroking the old white
' Ieacn, d've hear ? '
i This time, when s-he c-ked the
' 2-' question, there was a touch t f r-l.arji-I
)j ness in her voice.
; 5. " Yes, what if he is married f I'm
i'sure it's natural enough. It kind o'
(-! , :.. .1 r.,-,:i.. : , -
liiiin ii. inc idiuitj , at ? w ui.. ,
lut Mrs. Clements would take no
notice of Lis little pleasantry.
u Well, if vou like it. I can tell
vou I don't. He needn't think he
coming here with his fine, city-bred
lady, a'.liirs and graces, and joun
ces and fluted ruffles. There's plen
ty of good girls hereabout that want
ed him. Hiirbt in the middle of
work, too ! to talk of bringing a lady
hi re in ho''-kilhn time ! I d think
George is a fool !-
A sraceiuL tlaiutv little lauv in a
arnet popnn and ruffled apron, with
small, prouclv poised Lead, covered
vvitu snort Cu.-kv curls, ana a pair
'HI0'' 'AX- ue eyts 60 wistful and ten-
der, a tiny rosebud of a mouth, and a
1 dimple in one pink cheek.
That was Mrs. Marion Clements
Was it anv wonder that George had
fallen in love with her ?
ne tat in tbe bngnt little panor,
close beside tne Jace-curtameJ win
dow, watching for the loved husband's
return; and when she heard the click
of the latt-L-key ia the hall, flew for
the welcome kiss.
" Haven'tyou got the letter this time
George ? I've felt sure of it all day.
Indeed I'v e quite decided what dress
es to take with me."
He smiled and shook bis Lead.
A cloud passed over her pretty
" Oh, George, isn't it t o bad ?
And I do U-licve oh ! I don't be
lieve they will write because they are
sorry you married me.'
He put Lis arm around Ler neck.
" And suppose such to l e the ca.-e,
do you think it would make any dif
ference to mo ?"
" Oh, no ! no ! only it would grieve
me so if I knew that I Lad alienated
your parents from you."
"And a oue-ided alienation it
would I, too! They have never
seen yon! And when they know
vou thev can't help loving vou."
And the" exclamation was caused
by the kiss accompanying his lov iug
" That's true as preaching. "By-the-by,
my dear, what would you t-ay
if the firm scut me off on a traveling
j tour of about six weeks?"'
A little dismayed cry answered
j " Yon- won't stay here alone, eh ?
j But, -Mari.m, it would be five bun-
t urea clear sra:n to us.
" WLat need we care for . money ?
I'd rather Lav e vou."
A mischievous smile played on the
u jhink the
addition to our bal
ance at the banker's would Le verv
consoling for the absence. But nev-
mind little net Lit's g) down to
j dinner. I Lope we'll get a letter
J from borne soon."
snatched it from bis coat pocket the
very next night But Ler Lusband's
and bis eves looked
:i.i.,j.j:..f.,n w.. !'
auKtt ucu s.ici
, gn.-viu.i. ..-. mi-iumi'ir.
il . o r I-,., timet ri.l . i in i I - I .
I .-. m .... 1 ... '
itile for what the letter i
i.euienicer, i did not,
that you are dearer to me j
Kiss mc first,
while I watch vou.
A Iitt.e pang of misdoubt troubled;
Ler when she glanced over the note ;
then tears stole from under her lashes,
I and George saw her tender mouth J
.quiver and tremble ; then, when she
had finished , it, f he laid Ler Lead
down on bis shoulder and cried.
" "It was cruel to let yon see it, my
wounded birdie. Let me burn it.
And dout forget darling, tLat tLe Bi
ble savs, that a man shall leave Lis;
father and mother and cleave unto!
his wife. You are mv precious wife. I
Manon, and to you I turn for all the;
happiness my life will ever hold." j out of tbe window, looked a moment,
He dried Ler teara and they talked' then threw down Ler work
over it I " Bless my soul, if there ain't our
ESTA DLISHED, 18 9
SOMERSET, rA., WEDXRSDAY,
' Jut ln,aus I am citY-brcl, s-hc
tbinks I aui lazy and haughty, aud
"Never niiad, ilarion. She will
find out some day. My father"
"Yes, b!css the dear old man. He
has added, 'My love to my daught
er Marion. Oh, I know I should
love him, and yonr mother, too, if
he would let me."
"We will invite them down when I
come home. I'y the way, Marion, I
will -top at ths farm on my way
home, and invite them down, and
brirj them Loine.with me."
"Ueorge dear, 1 have lieen thinking
about that L'ip We.sL I thiuk you
had better go and leave mc at home.
It won't lie very long."
Marion was eating her egg while
fche fpoke across the cozy little tete-a-tete
' Sji iken like my true little Marion,
tnd when I eoiae back I'll bring you
a present What shall it be
"Your mother end father from the
farm. It shall be that hope that will
bear rue company when you are gone."
A fortnight after that. Marion
Clements ate her breakfast alone, the
traces of a tear or so on her piak
theek; then f-he dashed them away
with a merrv joyous little laugh.
'This will never do, and now tLatljpa.n an,j j,jr3
George has gone for six weeks, to!enMuNJ m!,!(.i,i TUn f.r;.
j.reparefor his return. And I pray
shall delight Lis very soul."
" I'm sure I don't know what to say.
The land knows I need help bad
cneuL'ii. but it pears to me Kicha
lender little midget as rou couldn't '
earn your salt,
vour name was ?
What did vou
.vuryfimin. acts inuceu n you
will try me for a week. Tin sure you j
will keep me till the season is over."
Mrs. Clements looked out of the;
window at the great clouds that were
piling gloomily np; and then the!
wind gave a great wailing shriek
around the corners of the Louse. !
" You can't cook, can you ? or I
e.hake up feather beds g.od big
ones, f.rty pound, rs."
A gleeful little laugh tame from!
Mary's bps. .
" ladeed I can. I may not. cook ; ;
to s-uit you, but I can learn." ;
Mrs. Clements walked out to the
fire place ia the kitchen where ' the- Government s-d-1 on its own ae
iacon was eheiiiiig corn. ; connt to the pcoole of the capital.
u 1 1
hat d'ye say deacon : keep her
or n t ? I kind o' like Ler looks, ami
the dear knows it 'ud be a good Hit
wbiij v.'c er kiliin ,
niort'n set the
mush for the bread.
"Take Ler of,
couMn t do
You're hard driv' I know. Let Ler
?tay a week or so, anyhow."
So Mrs. Clements came slowly
back and sat down agaia
" You can't get away to night, any
Low ; there's a i?now-.tonii been
brewin' these three days, and It's on
us now, sure enough. See them 'ere
llakes, fine and thick, You mav as
well take y ourthing p Uirs to the
west rarret, and then come down
and help me get supper."
Then she followed directions to
the west garret ; and when she was ! aml the soldiers of the guard ran in
gone, Mrs. ClcnienU turned t the ( crowds, and made the greatest efforts
deacon: I never saw a girl before! to arrest its progress. Unhappily,
I'd trust up stairs alone. But snch j they could not succeed, and soon the
a her don't steal ; I can tell i immense riches of this establishment
you that if nothing else."' j fv a prev to the flames. Eager to
Directly she came down in a pur- dispute with the fire the possession of
pie print dress and white apron ; Ler ! these riches, belonging to no one at
Lair brushed off from her face into a j this time, and to secure them for them
net ; and a narrow linen collar, fast-!. selves, our soldiers, not having beeJ
ened with a sailor's loop of narrow j ai,ie to save them, tried to drag out
black ribbon. It seemed as if she some frasriuents. Thev might be seen
had life, too, so handily she flitted in
and out of the big pantry and then
down to tbe cellar. Then after the
meal, she gathered the dishes ia a
neat, silent way, that was perfect bliss
to Mrs. Clements' cars.
"She's determined to earn her
bread, anyhow; and I like her turn,
And the deacon Lad "taken a
shine" to Mary Smith. One by one
the days wore on; the nog Killing
was over ana done; long strings ol'COw. let it was only one large build
sausage hung in fantastic rings ar
ranged by Mary's dcfi fingers ; sweet
hams and shoulders were piled away
in true housewifely manner, and now
Mary and Mrs. Clements were sit
ting iu the sunnv dining-room, darn
ing, patchierg and mending.
I don't know what I am going i
to do without you Mary ; 1 dread to
see you pack up your clothes."
A blush uf pleasure overspread
Mary's face. I
"i an) so gfad you Lave been suit- j
, ., i- t-i iti.
ed witti my work, luueeu a uavci
"It ain't the work altogether, !
though goodness knows, you're the!
smartest gal I ve seen this many a
day. As I say, it ain't the work i
it's you Mary. I've got to thinking,
a leap of you rue and the deacon."
Marv s voice trembled at the kind-,
ness ot tne oia iaav s tone, uut
sewed rapidlv on.
"It's so uncommon lonesome since fag spread fiercely among the wood
the boy left the farm, but it's worse j en'buildings, eommuuicated itself from
since Le got marrieiL It seeai? like; 0e to another with frightful rar.idit v.
deserting us a'trgether."
"Have you a son? ion never ; flame, it was seen invading other
mentioned him." i quarters situated ia the west.
"No. George has gone Lis wayj Rockets were noticed in the air,
and wc must go ours. Yes he mar- ; and soon wretches were seized carry
ried one of those crack-beaded board-j ing combustibles at the end of long
ing Louse people, who cant tell the poles. TLey were taken up: they
difference between a rolling pin j were questioned with threats of death
and a milk pan." j and they revealed the frightful secret,
But despite Ler scorn, Mrs." CIem-tLe order given by the Count of Res
ents dashed off the tears with her! torn-bin to set fire" to the citv of Mo-
"Is his wife pretty! I suppose ;
iuu love uer ut am.
- r .,. i i....i
luouvauun uj miug ouuui mr, .
a .l r n'.nf in L nil - T I.." j I. .ft
us for Ler, too, Mary, just turn them ;
cakes around ; seems as n they were .
hen Mary bad turned tLo cakes, j
Mrs. Clements was leaning on tLe
arm of her chair.
" Mary, supposin,you stay on with
us another month anvhow.
deacon will make it all right"
" It isn't the money I care for Mrs.
Clements, I only wish I might stay
always. You dou't know how much ; none to be found. This last circum
I love you." m stance would Lave left no doubt, if
"Love us! do you? Bless your! there bad remained any, of the fright
heart. If poor George had only iful design that delivered Moscow to
picked vou out
what a comfort it
would be to us!
Bur it cant be
She sighed wearily, then glanced
, PECEMKEK IS. 1S72.
son (.icorgc coming up the iane !
Peacon ! Deacon ! George is coming."
And all her mother's love ruling
to her heart, ehe hurried out to meet
tiia. Oh, the welcoming, the re
proaches, the caresses, the determina
tion to love him Kill, despite the poor
little innocent Marion ! Then when
the table had been set iu the next
room by Mary's deft fingers, and she
hud returned to Ler "west garret,"
Mrs. Clements ojicned her heart
"There's no vims talkiu, George;
this faney lady o' yours 'ill never
uit me. Give mc a smart girl like
arah Mnith, and I'd ak no more.
Come into supper now. Marv,
She raisel her voice to call the
girl, when a voice near surprised her.
Oh, you have dressed up in honor
o ray loy, ell I must confess I nev
er knew yon had such a handsome
dress, and you look like a picture
with your net off, and them phort
bobbin' curls ! Georsre, this ia Marv
Geonre came through the door, and
glanced carele.-sly at the corner
where the yonng woman fctood.
Then, with a cry, sprang with ont
stretched arms to meet the little fisr
ure that Kpransr into them. The
Picmcnts Btnod in
!on au ,,ls. an,i t(.arful Pmile.
went to the
old pair and took their
"I nm Clearrrf's trifi- I tin m
J afra;j vou woul l npvcr lovc me M f
i determined to win vou if I could.
t,u r.tw r T l ,.,.v
And a happier familv, when thev
i had exhausted their powers of stir-
; nr; m97,m,t oml nrl.lo
i,caut;fui Marion, never gave
r a FupIM,r tab!e
The Boraini ol Xoorn.
T-SE5IPEXT OF FRANCE
The army hoped to enjoy Moscow,
to find peace there, and, in any case,
ff00(j winter cantonments the war
was prolonged. However, cn the
morrow after the day on which the
entry had lieen made, columns of
flames arose from a verv larire build-
in:r. which contained the cTirits that
: IVoi.le ran there, without astonish-
! !nent or terror, for thev attributed the
j cause of this partial fire to the nature
1 (,r the materials contained in this
table or make , building, or to some imprudence com
" j raitted bv our soldiers In fact, the
course, Hannah, j f,re was mastered, and we Lad time
to reassure ourselves.
But all at once, the fire burst oat at
almost the same instant with extreme
violence in a collection of buildings
that was called the Bazaar. This Ba
zaar, situated on the northeast of the
Kremlin, comprised the richest shops;
those in which were sold the beauti
ful stuffs of India and Persia, the rar-
jities of Europe, the colociel commodi
ties, su2r,coffec,tea, and, lastly, prec-
kious wine. in i lew minutes tne
i gre had spread through the Bazaar.
; coming out of iLe Bazaar, carryin?
! fUrss. silk wines of cTeat value, with-
out any one dreaming of reproaching
them for so doing, for tLey wronged
no one but the fire, tbe sole master ' f
these treasures. One might regret it
on the score cf dicipline, but could
not cast a reproach on their honor cn
that account Besides, those who re
mained of the people set them an ex-
jam pie, and took their large share of
laese npoils of the commerce of -Mos-
ing an extremely rich one, it is true
that was attacked by the fire, and
there was no fear for the town itself.
These first disasters, of little conse
quence so far, were attributed to a
very natural and very ordinary acci
dent, which might be more easily ex-
nlained still, in the bustle of cvacuat-
in:r the town. During the night of
the 15th of September, the scene sud-
denly changed. As if every niisfor-
tune was to fall at once on the old
Muscovite capital, tbe equinoctial
. ... ..:
wind arose all at once with the donule
violence natural to the season and to
level countries where nothing stops
the storm. This wind, blowing at
fjt from the east, carried the fire
westward, along the streets situated
between the roads from Tver and Smo-
;lensk, and which are known as the
richest and most beautiful in Moscow
,he of Tverakaa Nikit.kia, and
Miootiug tortli in long tongues of
eow. as if it bad
it Lad been the smallest j
the road from Smolensk,
CI7AO(l t.t. Tl atw . n I
'., ..i - . . . I
inig news spreau ccnstemation
mrougu tne armv in an instant lo
doubt was no longer possible, after 1
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the arrests made, and the depositions
collected from the d.ffertnt parts of ,
the town. Napoleon ordered that in,
each quarter the corps fixed there j
should form military commissions, to i
trv. shoot and hang on gibbets the in-
cendiaiies taken in the act He or-
dercd likewise that they should em
ploy all the troops there were in thr
town to extinguish the fire. Thev
Iran to the pumus. but there were
In addition to the fact that the
means for extinguishing the fire were
wauting, the wind, which every mo
ment increased in fury, would Lave
defied the efforts of the whole army.
With the violence of the equinox,
m thffmswh eaased to the portlt
st, and tLefetrea.il of fire changing'poUer wLIch waa amtigned dfriwu-
its direction iminediatelv. went
fj.rtu.. ti, raa!res uere ti.e ii-ii-
t :. i ,i. i ,
mccnd:r.-s had not been abie to car
, ,r , ,
down Ly the wind on the roof- of
M. tll-1 IMI.IU U-. IUIUUU tl ill V, . I LM
baiiumgs, xiirrounaing tiieiu as coon
as it touched them, increased
insiam tue cciiqt u maae, gprcau cxiranrainarj comiuions oi ca-y auu , f(V W3r of ertab!i,hinj? thir d;jrnitT
the flames with frightful roaring, in-; wemmglv careless force which were. -
tempted bv terrible explosions, and
hurled burning beams into the dis-;ston's speech was thrown into the
tance, which spread the scourge where j shade by the unexpected brilliancy,
it was not, or fell like bombs into the ; power, spirit, and grace of the speech
middle of the street. After having in which the a!most unknown advo
blowo for some hours from the south- jeate, Alexander Cotkburn, surprised
east, the wind, changing its direction j and delighted the House. When the
again, ana oiowing irom the south
west, carried the ere into new quart
ers, as if nature took a cruel pleasure
in shaking out by turns ruin and to congratulate him. That speech ' Iivin?. lie had 101 persons in u:s
death of every kind over this nnhap-1 was die sensation of the session. 1 1 family. The writer resided there fir
py city, or rather, on our army.which ' doubt whether any speech delivered .three or four months every summer,
was only guilty, alas! of heroism, at j within my memory ever created such j frora the time Le was six until about
least if Providence did not intend to ' a sensation. For, although there Lave ; Lis fourteenth year. The tables were
visit on it the lawless designs of which! b en many far greater speeches, yet j served with three courses each of
it Lad been the unwilling instrument! ; these came from lips to which the -ar j twenty dishes; and these were
Und'T this new impulse, given from 1 of the House already turned with the j brought up by twenty men, who
the southwest, the Kremlin, till then ' natural and well-justified anticipation ' stamped up the great stair like thun
spared, was suddenly endangered, i cf great th;iiT. B it Coekburn rose j br at every c-mrse. My lord had
Fierv sparks fell into the midst of the to sieak that niirht an obscure man, i four servants behind Lis own chair.
ammunition of the artillery spread on
the ground, a ad threatened to set it
on fire. ?iore than four hundred -
gons of ammunition were in the court ;
of lLe Kremlin, and the arsenal con-1
tained some hundred thousand pounds i
ot powder. X disaster was imminent,
and Napoleon, with his guards might i
be blown into the air. The officers'
who were with him, the soldiers of!
the artillery, knowing that his death i
would lie theirs, surrounded him, and j
pressed him with earnest entreaties to j
come away from the burning crater,
The danger was most threatening;
the old artillerymen cf the guard, al- i
thoueh used to" cannonade like those;
of Borodino, almost lost their pres-;
cnee of mind. General Laljoiseire
approaching .Napoleon, pointed out to
him the anxictv of which he was the
cause, ami, with the authority cf Lis
age and devotion, told Lira that it was
a duty to let them save themselves
alone, without increasing their per
plexity by the uneasiness that his
presence excited. Besides, several
officers seat to the neighboring qiar-
tars reported that the fire, rapidly in- ved thare, and dun t ta.l tew observe , would be in l-d He always lay in
creasing, hardly allowed one to cross ! whether her dresses are la-t year's without pillow, bolster" or night
the streets or breathe, and that they 0110:5 uit over. cap Winter aad summer Le rose at
must leave at once if they did no'tt If you are satisfied that tie mother ' four and entertained himself with
wish to be buried under the roof of would make the right kind of a Ixhoks till it was time to go a huntin?
this iil fated town. ; mother-ia-Iaw, yu kaa safely k mklude or hi king at wild ducks. He would
Napoleon, followed by some of his that the dauter would ruawe the right never allow any but hunted venision
lieutenants, went out of that Krein- kid ov a wife. at his table. Every Sundav one buck
lin which the Uossian army had not ! After these preliminarys are seitled ( was killed at the le'ast, but'most com
Ieen able to prevent bim from enter-! and ?u tair Ione a reazonaWe ! monlv a brace. He never made or
ing, but from which the fire expelled ! amount of sparking, a-k the young returned anv visit, the court and ad
him after f our-and-twenty hours of LuJ" fr Leart and Land, and if i dress of that country being made to
possession, decended to the quay of , "Le refuses, yu kaa konsider yourself , ujm
the Moskowa. fund his horses readv euchered. I
there, and had much difEcultv ja
crossing the town, which toward the
northwest, whither he directed his
course, was already in names,
wind, which constancy increased in
viiilenee. sometimes ransed eolnmns
r.t c- i,,.,t . t, .-. A
i t r . . r J. i.
drove before it torrents of spark.
i .-a- - in t.
smoke and stiSmg cinders. The hor -
rible appearance of the skv answered
to the no less horrible spectacle of
the earth. The terrified armv went
Kir Alexander CackharB.
Hcwevcr, I have no intention of
writing an cssav upon a svstem. l
merelv prcposeto draw, afxer mv own
fashion, a few sketches of living men
belonging to a particular classthat
of English lawyers who have made
a reputation ia Parliament I cannot
perhaps do better than begin with one
whose name has been verv recently
verv prominently set befoi-e the world, '
iura,i , ptvnm b- t
PU 5f &wr?i
C bief Justice of England n ho rcpre-:
seated his country at the Geneva ar-
bitration. Coekburn is now father ;
more than seventy years of age ; but !
although his health is not rr?d. Le
inJ ,1M;B fi. ,;; tK
tiou, and the lreshness or vouth. lie
is a man of verv varied culture and
accompIisLments. well acquainted
with manr lit-rfttures And harm - in -
witn many literatures, aau naving in-
he does is done with such an apparent
ease that he always impresses one
L -f O
witn me mea mat ne is reauy oniy
triflin. with bis own towers that bp
I"" " Z 1 5j ,r:." 'Jr;tV. ut uarkwa' ,uutu lUL wucr ' lor
never put forth bis real strength, that we are told bv thoze who studv sich
he could do much greater things ifhetbin that dVs wLich bark'never
tried. I do not believe that this is so. jSf c
I feel little doubt that all this bright-! den never -tr a wa v three
some ease of eff.-ct is the result of pa-' or fo-Tr times V vear like flt-h and
tient thought and study as well 'as ! S, X , lt w l n
.1 ..n.l..-.nt v ,.. .1
. - 7
that he can in any case; and it fe;them cum bak hum agin.
has not tne gut oi piouaing iaor, it
is not hkelv that any amount ot his
plodding labor would add a cubit
the stature of his fame. Coekburn'
handscme face. Lis brigbt, sweet man-1
. o ..." t :r::;...K:..t. """I
iviitxiuai tuaiaiiii nuau uiaacs lyii
itself seem like easy and natural play.
Perhaps from his mother, wLo was
French woman, Le derived
woman, he derived some of!
that graceful and nolisLed ease and
vivacitv of manner which lend such;
a charm, to bis speaking.
belongs to a fine old family, and had
ancestors distinguished in war afloat
and ashore, one of wh
at the battle of Fontenoy. He t-!
herded Lis baronetcy, and did not '
ceive it as a reward for public servi-!
ces ; Le is in every sense what people,
ia England call a gentleman. I bc-j
1 .Ar . I. .- . w ,Ti., ImliAffan 1 " . 1 1 t I, '.
ueve. however, tnat ne oegan me wnn-i
. ' . - , ,. ,. I
out mucn lortune, ana tuai uis eariv i
career at the bar was a rather Lard'
. . t 1 . M .A.V.. 1, 1 '
(struggle. If report does not belie ;
bim, young Cotkburn varied the n:on -
ttony of Lard struggle by a good deal'
of fast living. Indeed, all through I
Lis career he has been the subject of:
a succession of rumors and jokes and
more or less apocryphal anecdotes;
oi wnicn i snau not narrate any
tnnrllnT ti nrnrs that nulilirf r.nininn
places Lis personal discretion and self-!
control considerably below bis poati-,
cat ana judicial wisdom, tockourn ;
was almost unknown to the public at;
large until he had left his youth far
behind him. lie was nearly fifty
years old before Le won his celebrity;
and Lc won it all in a flash. He Lad
found a scat in tLe House of Com
mons, and made not much of a way
there until the famous "Don Pacifico"
debate in 1S50. This was the mem
orable occasion when Lord Palmers-
- ltuniufending a part of his foreign
to! handed arrogance, captivated
ir,.. ,i , i. i .
. i i i. tUi j ...
- ; that a citizen or inland migbt by ja tc mat-Limonja, lotterT. CoEsi(L
)V,'rt f H J'r' ''ering all Uiese advantages. I do not
1 iUt, IllllliOl IUI M w u.huuo t ...i.
j Pa!nier.-tois defeare of Limstlf was
efiDrts, it it
efforts those i
, be ri'Lt to
! his ietuliaritv. Uut even Palmer-
new orator sat d'-wa the muiinterul
benches were in a moment almost d
i serted, such was the ru.-h of members
I and he sat down a celebrity. &M'
j On at EmjlUh Latcyrg."
THE JOMipSII.LIXCH PAPERS.
Ya.1 amble Receipt.
! ,.. . ..
Find a girl that iz 1 years old last
aT. ,"'!" oe right height, with a;
M"? and dark-brown hair and
L'-'t tie girl lie good to look at, not
too I-hond of musik, a firm disWeav -
in ghosts, and one of six children
in tne m family.
Look well to the karakter ov her
f-tLer ; sec that he is not a mcmbt s
ov enny club, don't bet on elekshnns,
i :. . . t f i . :
SIj'i g-ls -ue-j a. la.-i units a
Find out ail a'ut her mother ; see
if she haz gvt a Leap of goud com
mon sense, studv will Ler likes and
whether sb' ahiize all ov
ask Ler servants Low Ion? thev
! If, on the countrary, she should say j
-J-3. married at oa.-e, without any j
luss aad leather-, aud proceed to tate;
; I fcay take the chances, fr thare ;
: aint no resipee for a perfekt wife.-i
pnnv niir than tba' i for a
i Tv.r ; init aa innv r,.i i-e a
1 lnare iz jut as .jenny good w.vcs
az thare iz good husbands, ana I never
ew two people, marriea or single,
ftno were determiiied tew mate them -
sells airreeable to each other, but1.
what thev suekceeded.
i Xm vriilr r.tlt lwi nm
'stout name, not after sum" Lero. but
should the first bov be a girl. I ask It
m . . ",. ,.
should the first boy be a girl. I ask it
az a favout to me that vou kaul her
az a iavout to me that vou kaul her
! I do want some ov them good, old-
! fashioned, tuff girl names revived and
how tew pik on a i..
Dogs are gittsng dreadful skase,
Jini! if vn li .n t rik fin mif nnttr
. " -.uC " r too late I V T X
lonver too late. i experiment of putting them together
1 Uv writtcn durin?m.nnrarbeentrieil for thousands of years,
davs wheQ i knu a Ueal more i fe . h uavarvinff result 3
lhan I do now. or ever shal kno agin, ! of the crowded
essa oato d and 5n tLat e3ra j j Hnd note the pa2 bv and
klaimerl that the bst Hn.l ov . , j sirteis ana DOie llje Par9 D- na
r! fl!li , . A any one cansee how thoughtless,
,OT " l""!"" l ua "
a wodden dog.
The exigence of years don't seem
1 Vty ZZ V Ti " T'l'
: ' ..v- .. w
, . wr,pr!1i .vinr
are orna -
. Illaillt" UlltMl.anVIilT II M Illi. ItTTl fir ' i
j design that 'a kultivated taste mav!
' surnvit ' j
if ttl -r-,.?.in a., ;t ,,!.. -;th i
! .a Z "Z " " xC7 T" ' r Z
uoiiara rev aru eat n i:me
j w0jjen do don-t have the old ;
i r.--i,nr,...:in.ir.cn . ;,i,..
. thAir rimnmo rnn nil in,l rutinil anil
. i .J 'V - '.'.. . 11 , 11- I I II' 1
' rriiinil anil viinriil aTtAV ftiAmi-.lf
Sketch up with 7k 3
l "waT at U)e US s contmuasnun.
1 Thare ain t no
n, tiavftAr wafi-h rt,-vo in ''
tLc wor!(1 tbaa lhe wod Jcn oae. 'Vu ;
i set them two watchin;
fnv - rr H-afr-h it dr 2 rf.ra nnd
i ,t,PV ain't krazv and want tew 'iumn
thru a. window in a. ininurt if thnv
t ' A ,
:na. k irinAn ,.v i,a- . k.t. . ;n ,k
streets whistling "Yankee Poodle,"
! or "Sallv Turn un "
ves out in front ov the fire place
taking up all tbe Lot room, nor they
o-nn't'rJv t hrn,ca r'.l.l l-Zr
raan t .who onlv wants a krust "and
tare'bim all tew littla bit., in a minitt
. . .- -
ir ....... .u
out a good dog,
thev rane fn
n;j-n... . ro,j,in nn.
dollar ackording'tew the lumber in
xhem old a don't make tbem Lross:on fire and narrowlv escaping being
. .u,-,! ;r ,!,,. vtinr2J ) burned to death. 'As his strength
to oze hed or Ic. i'a sura skrim -
..a . .iT,,:.. -i.. -,
ir.,M JL71 ..-.i
.Cthprn r.nt .11 tr.; "in tK
&ran r Little XtB.
j. iaur correspondent of a cotem-
porary, thus defends "little men."
think it is not the opinion of every
And t V. t 1 il .1,,1,1.1 I ... y . . I In a . n
. 1. . . 'V 1 J 4V- PUVU.U UV1U IU VUU-
tempt or indifference because theyj
may below of stature, not having j
chanced to arrive at the 'average:
Light,' thit the generality cf mortals !
attain to. How many of our great
heroes must be acknowledged to be-
long to this class. 'It's the mind that
unite the man, and not the lengta
-f Lis anii.i r !-- ; Jt r- a we!l
kuowu fait that Mo
l Id-' ;i fitiriil to vwt snicn? what ar
t' tiiteil 'litiic men, than hare been
liwmverrd amns? h Inrsr, sinewy,
bt.ny. 'any. i-tupM b:rlHi ( tTeation.
.h.i Tjki- very p'Hirtunity to vaunt
tii ir iiiia?!3:;ry 't:j ririty. end
Wbiiiid tL feej'uiif ir many who ar."
; InCnIfe!y ttip rir ! them in every
;respe:t, except the h-nrth, lreadth
;anl we'ght of a body which is uni-
rersally owueI to k an incumbrance
! to those wbo pos.e it Little men
in general, from an inward conviction
of their deficiency hi the bone and
sinew department, make an effort and
succeed ia developing a number of
decidedly admirable qualities which
more than compensate fnr their loe
il.. . rit (iaLI in 1 . i K
cMct-iii, panicuiari u mc iau sh,
, nJnaI1 the 6rt 1ri,e3
' think we have anv reason to con)-
passionate theui, or that they by any
means f-cl it infuiulient on them to
A Xeblranjaa of the Lay fralary,
Walter Lore Aston, grandfather of
the present lord, married Lady Mary
Weston. His father was many years
ambassador in Spain. The estate of
Standon coming to Lira through his
wife, a descendant of the great Sir
Balph Sodler, he removed thither and
there besran his magnificent way of
He was verv curious ia his wine ; but
I first of all drank at one draught a
i whole quart, either of malt drink or
j wine and water, as a remeay Tor
stone and gravel. At all the inns he
. lodged at in traveling, they kept a
Idea tf"iT.I mr T.nnl Afthinn's
' srlass. Sir Edward Southeote saw
onc at ttae Altar Stone at Banbury
not man Tear a?o. The servant's
!a;i toother in the ball, and
j what was left was thrown together
jnt0 a t(1Df which two men took on
! tjejr shoulders to the court gate,
: where everv day forty or fifty people
were TVei with it Whea my lord
,yK not ?0 hawkin? in the afternoon,
( DC aiwavs plaved at ombre with Lis
two wn'3 for an t,-,ur tB1j at f,ur
o clock returned to a covered seat in
his vmeynrd. There he sat alone,
and none durst approach him. At
five o'clock Lis chariot, with, a pair of
his six srav Flanders marei. (the
chariot was made so narrow that none
rouij s.;t hj bim.) took him "a trole"
' ,1, tUa Tr!.- f, ic fit-A r,r lir nilc
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How tw aw BeaaitiraL.
A vacant Iok takes all the mean-
in? out of the fairest face. A sensual
disposition deforms the handsomest
features. A cold, selfish heart shriv
els and distorts the best looks. A
i mean, grovelung spirit Uses the du-
e- o i .
i Ditv out oi the countenance. A
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i 100S3 wua brooa 01 Daa paon3
a brood ol bad
feeding on the blood, a set of low
! I,jVe3 trampling. through the heart ;
I -"'" v- rmuruu-
I n in thu will aa ti-h nmaerra tha
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! "ty of an elegant manSi0n, with a
ht.t,er swi.ne . m vthe ba-nient, a
! of, TP1? ? the Parlor -nd
i TuI"r in part Bad-
' ness ana oeauiv win co more Keep
. elt while than poison
! wi!l eonsert with health or an elegant
: r i. r c ti
aimless mvnd has made a vacant
I and robld the features of evnress-
ion . how vanitv has made everything
i fw now irivomy
, nas laueu we iu.-ire w wumennre f
j .ow ,ay thoughts have made babr
fa cut disdain into
the features, and made tne lace a
chronic sneer; how selfishness has
shriveled and wrinkled and withered
t f l""u",J' uy w Blre u
1 - . ir I a... i i i .
i formed and demoralized those who
t;cijcJ its power bow everv bad
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lPafT La '- l'ue: "d Pub-
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uu to ever son oi w icheuai-ss is
tiranitrl all nrpr tirifK i?tfifi,rmitw . n.l
; repulsiveness and he will get a new
.idea of what retribution is. This
rw.t - 0 ' m
i jjs transiormation, oi a iace once
lei, , ,- .. ,
LZa wVeto Z
! uabnelle, the voungest daughter
of Mr. Greeley, whom he was fond of
lamuj a usst, was ia
' on her father during his illness.
; tcr 2 w at and uncontrol
I Iable that her uncle brought her with
Lim to his home in New York citv
on- Thursday night His daughter
i Ia W4;i wilh biin n'.?nt and day.
! So violent did he become that it was
1 e furni
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necessarv to remove most oi
ture from the room. At one
i u v"c " avcu presenieu vj
' L'ra tte employes of the Tribune
A. a -1 .1 a
.Im a V a . a.m. . V . - 1 - V . . 1
i IaniP n the floor, setting tbe room
! ,tft uila ce became more quiet but
' did not snow anv sifrns of conscious-
! ness until about an hour before Lis
! death. Xevr York Commercial.
Lioal Acthobitt. At a party,
not long ago. where questions were
asked and'facetious if not felicitous
answers were eected, a coal dealer
asked what legal authority was the
; favorite with his trade.
One answered, "Coke."
"Right," said the coal dealer."
Another suggested"' "Blackstone."
"Good, too," said the questioner.
Then a little hard-faced man in tbe
.corner pipd out "Little-ton."
j Whereupon the coal dealer
; down without saying anything.