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KELSEI ,L0T.13 LETTERS.
Ole poor Fzeuse- for the Huntingdon
_ Outrage. d,
Kelsey's enemies, in their efforts to
, l i i l cht t ratter as black as possihle,
have asserted that the letters -he-wrote to
bliss Smith were insulting, grossly jade
cent, etc. These letters have come into
the posserssion of counsel, and the exami
nation ()Mem does not result in the life .
COVery of t . anything‘iodecent. To most
these letters there reto dates. ''They
a ppear to be mere "11 tes," \ such asn per
olocrtild write to a • knowing
it wouid be received a shbrt, tim sf'er the
wr i l i n g. He writes .a legible but iuele
gant hatid, and his punctuations are:very
r ause. Specimens of his love letters
are L ;ive . la below:
[No date.] - .
ju n a: —Will you meet me at your ga,•
at L one o'clock on Saturday evening,
June 1?? Be atc th
_gate y nearest Dr.,
Banks' I will p b your house and
step i f you are - t ere. This is no joke.
I am serious and hatsuL,tl-1 I. s4', dear
Jolla. I chill place all confidence in you,
and I hope you will trust me. I wish to
as k you a sweet little question, one which
every woman loves to hear from her. lov
er'e bps. I wish to tell you how much I
love you, how dear you are to me. Come,
m i l, m y love, meet ;ne now, and dou't
Xtqour heart beat a retreat this time
Stipa . me, my dear, that you are a hero
ine,, and worthy of all the poetry, love
and devotion my heart can bestow . You
don't want me to loSe my admiration for
you, do you, dear Julia? Julia, I would
. go tbrough with it now,, since you have
unk:ertaken. You ought not to have
co mmenced if you thought 'you had not
futliciemt courage t) bear you through.
T h i s is a businega, Julia, that requires
strong hearts to accomplish: l i t will nat
d o to flinch, for you will lose your boy sr's
Julit Dean—l don't think I shall ask
you to, return my letters any more. I will
ask you something before long which will
make your face grow pale and your throb
bing, heart leap out of your very bosom.
you have asked me to "dome, l and I
shall come, and I hope that coming will
bring nought but joy to you, and that
when my arms are about you, you will
only feel an agony of delight.
You askid me to "cpme to the "gate"
t) "see 00 * wham I Would like to see."
Now. If will ask you, my love, to go
tbrough the-gate with me into a garden
of earthly bliss, where all the dreams of
live, hope arid happinegkshall find their
perfect r64tlization, where.l l clasp you
to my b: som and "gaze into your melting
eyes;" and where our former lives wit
4ppear as a blank compared with the ec.
racy and delight which will fringe and
festoon that new and exquisite mode of
- [No date I
',1,11i*., my darling, I did not mean you
ivuld return those sonnets until I asked
brthem. But you prevented me, from
doing that by refusing the note contain
ing a request that yon would hand them
to me if you wished to. I wish I had
sent it through the- postoffice—they you
would have read it—instead of taking it
to your house myself and having it re•
fused and getting,such a scolding. Well,
not, say anything. Perhaps I de
served it. and a great deal snore. I know
I hive said a great many things to you,
Julia, and I shall not be so mean as to get
in a furor it it should be in some measure
re:ur Ng. If you wiEh to send me anoth
er invi , ,at ion to a moonlight interview at
the garden gate, I will respond most cor
diJlly. I wotild not treat you as I di , l be
fore, but would be "sure to come" and
;teat you with the kiss of love-1.:,112 •
Farewell to you till then. Your affec-
C. G. KELSEY. 9
w, .Julia dear, my darling, the least
(uss you make abciut this miitter the
ter for you; far firobably I shall not
Write to you again 'unless you send me
another gate invitation to S. charming and
nmantic nio6nlight interview, and if you
,dn I will ti,)t treat you, as I did before,
'With so ,rt-and poetry, but with a ride to
Getrine Green„ or some other pretty
Ai ice, and all the Dowers on the earth
n )t, save you. S), Julia, if you
hare the courage to write me another
such note you will very soon learn wheth
er I have the couraae to perform my part
of the agreement. Ah; Julia, are you
frined ? You ought to have known
better than to 'have written to,zne; you
ought to have known I woNlci make sport
of you even if I dii-lo;ie you to distrae•
I wi!l remember you, Jdlia, and not
the sellding I had. I will remember you,
hot as the one who returned my letters,
but as the,day-clream of life, and, the wri
ter of the sweet litttle "come" to me, to
C. G. KELSEY.
I.No date .1
Julia, my dear love, had you but re
mained on that evening when I saw you
in that romantic sprat, so appropriate for
a meeting between lovers; if you had but
staid (I would have clasped you in the
trulsl of hvel I would have loved you
a thn'OSarld tiliteg more than I do now
Every pulse Beat of my heart - would have
toll you th‘ii you were impassioned by
lore. B pow, Julie,, oh, What can I
mY" Can Usay that you are all the world
to me when yourrati away from me Did
You fear to meet the tempest of lore ?
Did your dear heart beat when you raw
it coming ? Julia, that tempest which
Y°Q feared would have been the sweets**
toad mildest of gales beating against, you:
besting heart. Do you think
can recall it now that it is gone, dear
Julia! Per haps Ido not fully appr,eciate
the difficulties tinder which you labored.
It.was the "first axd you around it
some! 4t -harder to meet a Weer than
you i‘ntieipated; perhaps. •
THE POLAR. EXPEDIIIOIIII
Particulars of the Quarrel Oa the Po -
laris-Susplclous Actions of the Regal:_
NEW You, September 11, 1873.
A: dispatch from on board the steamer
Juniata, says- ttim►t otr: arriving at Vpper.
nark Commander Braine paid his re
apects to Krarnp Smith, Inspector. Royal
of North Greenland, who narrated with
considerable minuteness the details of the
quarrel on hoard the 'Malts and Jittrib
rated ,the unhappy dissensions to Dr.
Bissell, Scientific officer, who spoke
most contemptuously of Captain Hall,
and alleged that ftewas ignorant of the
Arctic history, and iiiinfitted for the
work-be accomplished, and endeavored
-to prejudice the crew of the ship against
him. He apparently wished to give the
expedition a German character, and desir-
ed to take full command. The Inspector
further stated that Captain HO evidently
had some kind tirrnisgiving or premoni
tion of death while at Disco, where he
saw Smi'h, and placed in his care val.
nable records of the Franklin search ex-
peditiun, which records were handed
Commander Braine, who will place them
in the custody of the Secretary of the
Navy o'n his arrival it) the United States.
The steam launch of the Juniata sighted
the Tigress near Uppernavik. Lieutenant
D.:Long boarded tier, and imparted val
uable information to Commander Greer,
exhibiting a chart showing the track of
the launch, and recommending l3to
take a northwesterly course tror4 , ' ape
Shackleton. On the 14th of A.uglst 'tte
Tigress passed Cape Alexander 130 Port
Foulke. It was now alldaylight', and a
rock in the vicinity of Cape Alsin was
recognized by Captain Tyson-as the same
that hid the Polaris from the view of the
party on the ice floe. The vessel was
here stopped, when the sound of human
voices was beard, and a boat was Instantly
lowered. It was about nine o'clock in
the evening, and amid the greatest ex
citement, Commander Greer exclaimed, ,
`I see their house. Two tents are clearly
perceptible, and moving human figures
an be seen on the ms in land
near Littleton Island." An hour
afterwards the beat returned, but only
brought intelligence that Captain Bud
dington and his party had gone South in
the middle of June lest in two boats, hop
ing to meet friendly whaling vessels to
carry them to Newfoundland. The Ti
gress' boat was again manned, accompan
ied this time by Commander Greer, and
Esquimaux Joe as interpreter. Five men
two women and two children greeted
them. They found the house abandoned
and presenting interiorly a scene of the
wildest confusion. Broken instruments
lay on the floor, while the remains of a
mutilated log book were scattered about.
The Esquimaux had come from Pond's
Bay, and remained with the Buddington
party all winter. Only half an hour was
spent in searching for records by the
Commander and his men, who picked up
what curiosities they could and returned
to the ship. The boat was manned a third
time, and this party picked up some torn
diaries, :VI reference to the death of Cap
tain Hall being destroyed. With the ex
ception of a torn memorandum setting
forth the agreement between Buddington
and Chester to continue the research for
the North Pole, nothing of importance
was discovered. The entire time of the
Tigress in the neighborhood of Littleton
Island was only five hours.
'.The Esquimaux, when firs riaren from
the deck of the Tigress, were in the uni
form of soldiers of the L'iited States Na
vy, but they subsequently changed their
clothes and redonned Esquimaux apparel,
lin action that Finked very suspicious .
The Esquimaux had but little provisions,
neither - had they any o boats, and asked
through Joe to be taken on board the Ti
gress but Commander Greer declindd.
The Expiditlon Reviewed.
WASIIIN6TON, September 11.—The re
view of the Polaris expedition by the cel
ebrated Dr. Peterman, of Goths, has been
translated into English from German un -
der the direct i)n of the cretary of the
Navy. The Doctor says that, all circum
stances considired, it must be conceded
-that this is the most importer:it - expedition
that ever went to the Arctic-regions. The
English talked loudly fcr nine years, and
criticised freely at other opinions and en
deays, they themselves doing nothipg
all the whil e The high-toned acts of tte
America Government will, he hoki,
contribute towards bringing to an end
the loud talk of the English, and induce
them at last to tit and send out an expedi
tion in 1874.
How natral it iz for a man, when he
makea a mistake, to korrekt it by km.
ing somebody else tor it.
Soaps people want everything ,done to
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AL Drraorr boy stood an umbrella,
with a cord attached to it, in a public
door-way. Eleven' persons thought that
Umbrella was theirs, and carried it with
them the length of the string. They
then esi.denlyroßped it inr - vrent oft
without once 100 logbtck or Stopping to
pick it up again.
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Sold cheap, and sent by Mail when requested, cir
culars free, when ordered by letter sent to The
Elastic Truss Co., No. 683 Broadway, N. Y. City.
Nobody uses Metal Spring Trusses; too painful;
they slip off too frequently.
THE BECKWITH $2O PORTABLE FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE, ON 30 DAYS TRIAL.
many advantages over all. Satisfaction guaran
teed. or 20 refunded. Sent complete, with fall
directions. Beckwith Sewing Machine Co., Nit
roadway, N. Y.
WANTED . ,'
A Good Wagon Maker and Blackamlth to take f
charge of a shop. For further' information ad-
dress J. H. CHRISTY, Holt P. 0.,
aug29-3t. Beaver County, Pa. -
SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD,
Of Ev q' Lion.
AD MINISTRATO R'S NOTICE
Egad of Maria Christina Speyerer, dcc'd.
Letters of administration on the estate of Maria
Christina Speyerer, deed., to of the borough of
Rochester, Beaver county, Pa. having been grant
ed to the undersigned, all us indebted •to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the saute
to present theMproperly authenticated for settle
ment to GEORGE C. BREYERER.
CORNER NINTH -a.CHBSTNITV STUNTS.
• a w gemAt t ;
OFFICE ON BROADWAY.
ATTORNI?.YS AT LAW,
rtv dr :thong rut, .
EXHIBITION OF 1872
NO. 38 FIrTH AVENUE,
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