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31,1) & SLOAN, PUB USHERS.
s orEsS DIRECTORY. I • ~•• •
j aN F. DUNCOMBE
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~,A . ibe4 raDowed Le :40. apes Meet. Id
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and titular; residence un Sixth et.
P Vincent Mania arranged for
If gtiß - M kg,
v. Ws Howl IMO Woe Illmod boom Tbe
y w n . warded blot for the best Ottumwa kw
Pries el MI sod upwards _
ma pooseterw. el WieW aNd Omen
Um best sad cheapest noir In U
t in rrar of Liddel'o Puruate, date
[MOM converag With for pith
purpOlkeo miJe tO or Of
te — ta.et. ■ few doors Irma O( 4. menican
Li> rya, a few door. wee( of Atuprwan
NCY6DD, _ -
co ok, 'rte , it Dew.
.1,:4:4 , er ngltph, German anti Do
rI•401•• IM Market
8 11,6 N 6 HERRON,
a 11 artnn t ( V.. 1
• ril lei. m lituas. Medici ees roast*, 0111
, 4 15. tiniittell, Perfumer). rise Neaps
S Reed Hoo•
ig L E Ids ,
•_ tet Jud Inc In South Park Row
(' BktOWNELL, -
N utt. *Or of kise eut,l brivorti
'ens Elie _
1,715. #OR I DOL. 1.4
ii. ii ABELL,
itlke Bow. IMO 0(
Lew of Übe art, and Yaflanlabd not
f. D k. 1)% •
fas, 4 411.1 , f a I[l,..frapeavt...al
7 ,1 W I.K H.lt & CO ,
r . ..f. el/ 1 . 1-h. Lahr and
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tif r ,u.rt hruiWillone
t KSON ORA Rik M
vst:Wl iLA • , 'Jere oo rnru it .clout
I \V MOORED
• I 11.(.11•. Liquor.. I 1.11•11. - •
r Brown'. Hotl.filatr orreot Er ,e• Y.
};ST II IMR()D &
mnv.. H,110.• Warr 1 , 11.10.... blibe
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N No. 1:ILY UI ti .04.1111
l• Wllrbre irp. k-‘. ,ivr, Nlts•tt•
,;,aape, I.lwpi and Val.(. UvuJr
tul )Ng U fIUL Cheap Pub
ever %ea .pappra, Gold Peas. Paella Cat
o re., a the Read 110400. hale.
-.-- —____ -. _.
S, holding .
'$ l ,4.)T Hit BTEAtV - ART, Seamless BAG % and 'l4 hostel, ha my h •
.Ina 'treaters in Paney and Staple Dry Irboes 1 00( )by Marchlu Tlllll S 1.3 & H 1 Yi A
.ersieen the Reed Honer and lkowu'r Hoiar ; :
.'". - /*O -
the Steanitthip City of Glasgow
'IL, KEPLER & CO. • ,e , - , apent Battle tough* on the Danube!!
Iron Felice. flailing. Vlirniti Boilers, Vaul . •-pi,•ii. Ta• rainiasur Rhassas kilter sad Weissded
,ii riarikis. mid all Linda of' Machiaisry an."4 ,.. .' t T )eniiika) a arrival 01 the L oiled mates t.teres. the ils.ise
05 .doue to Otd.ar. — . i' inlet; see was brought to Erie, togettei- ud• the largest,,
'L it )IETCAI,F,
- - - • 'p'• • -shed and ,itrapest Hoek oft iutning 41i Lit-I:Is:fuel. ii is I •
v....., guivide es, r brought to e.r,e. lira. Is. .re 1..k.1i deo-,
'Tn,.. ri mils sr, inritehing northern Mho,.
0,, stair,, In ()re Coats, t`arpertas and ~; r . 4 kiiiep Up hem reputation tUf gPIIIIIIE I' the best fit. mi
area Nouse i i t - ii shortest tailed Coa/.6 and lightest paid. k.. 1 .. kis e‘o4/iitio es- While rh i ~re S. reveille ,
' - velltrtere.‘4 , ...tot . "41 . ......, ..- ; r ,... ~ ik:N5. 4 •4,....1,4141/14A.A 9 ,4414rvIgiti'l*.e• :OW Th• ~..... 1. northern vallisa lies,
4c. Foreign and tiouie.ll, - Fro,t. wooh., m t .,. (;),,e, flandke,hier., II . acc •,,, , ~,,,, T . 1.)1 r Lig ili tr In t• - r 4 - 1851. MIN ...elf and a friend
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.ialierm we seri, %heti, wen. wr ii . ~,,,kk ki n , wvre holug uid g •il through flip dense In,voleg •.f
dos N«, ri,,,..4. .O , • r•••'••-h . 0, ".. , tn , raving 4irlt rimmed It) pii) pitllt7.ll.si 411 , I,' ...I . lg., • •1,..n. ,11..
'......t 1 - .3 ~. r a , pallemenl. 'llene. Ihi .1"1•1111 , ,. CO ,I'.r s , s: • ‘ '., lAA 1 , •rai•rti,,in ..ici. atniltii: th•• twilit:l,min pa•••••••• til
WM .S L..A.N E, , a , *(oe. Att.l Yana; ..iwart.i.o, y”tielit gen'i men ,ort., ,• II ~ tie ,
hnlig in In" u,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t ~,,,,,,,...,,,, ~
~, , ~. , ~, j. „. c ... %L.l ,_.t. Alvarez lids rw..•ut.l3 ati routed .4.1 tnizeh
1 ..1 it 1./.1.. -'.frle , revel' itrk•on' , clllO you lit. It would sake two o k -re. . er 1 , et, . .eel :, l'• , ll', •li, .111,1 .. tilt 11 ,tirr,luailuil the ell') fit At - -
a .ner of theruhile Square
i ,.,,eryth i lis in Jai.•• •ttn- at ZiUIfACI ,t t • .i : SI It. .0.4-.
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ANFOI 7 .ID & CO
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11 Moil Plows , DT•I1,l.1 ertit•Caties U. •,..- i low( ta call at Yu 7 Reed 19 Ai., MO • t .16,, r Is, , •41/1•1••••r.
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. •''' Is . 1 •, t' prkwe.s4l ssl , wiV all "sir pui ,,, , for thr
9 Revd !lunar. Y." oeir 'cita ,, ... yr., ._ _
Worth Western Insuraoc C' , ulP-tu ri i- ill riLi , nut Ildt lvi golitie writ- ori fi iot, ...11 I h o t
IIEKON STU.IItT, _ i‘tp,-, V.. 70 legfeul /reef Phrla fe'p...l 4,1 near, 'I I , :h 1. 1i - ti m e
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like d er
sad Ntfat Sirrets ' rte 0 J oe 3 ,tg, ~ u r
4-..—Re.adimet., ,,, Ft. rth Mr. I I. Oirr .1.3•61 ,
1/.wecary Hall ' .. iiitrier V iiiietiiie
~:1 ii. , :i -ii fr. , uli it , ii •i tn.[,u• f0r , ..1 WI. wert. aux -
RUFUS REED _ i ..•
. ~,,, 4 • .• , . ~, ~,,.'N „t, tit 10,1 (it' , fur a ranch light, or liet
a 1•41 Amer te•tl libfAlwatt atot eut ..L
In. t.. Vberl/. Iruu •Ikti N 6,., a R e . r d
‘VELC - ic - HENN
,and ilamaler• Ire? lioodkk. Owes:ter ,
,e. I 41 primp Llanlkk ker, Iron, M1er1.0111.4,
lairt .turn. ft. IC overt koar eicaor• below.
Bel hrwr• Azle A till., 111,4111g6 tad a r oe
.ddle tad earn:kir I nakakkop ,
:URGE H CUTLER,
“Irard, Mit Countk ra eoriectlrm al,d '
..roarkl_lo pith prokapturar and di•taam•
Idertbant, 00 the PuMac Duck.
I'l4ster awl tVtitts
I 01•1111er• in i•rugs.
. Beni ilon r, k.ri.. t's
On Mr P.., . lea I
tr Wert grit'
.4 . 4,101011.1 Ni•e•iiita.ekuub
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r n the f.a,m furtitefl) d etiy,e4 Dy
A 1... a litoe
easiolwn MerCallete. gimlet!!! In 141111.
( yyr t Late Aura mere Puo-
'Rill: J MORTON
slut- t•itt‘lte , --
f 4116411 . 14aker.
fZENS‘VEIG & CO.
th.1.%(11 ,n I utrio and iff.u.rotfc Dr?
Ktulf iff NU I
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WKSON ,t SON
Hll , (atol - 1 , 0 1S nfr
I 114'41.1.1e, law, ?a
• • Mt, taNift,, !AMMO, •r . arnr
4, 1!1 , e. rn Wrogift'• Klock. ,La 4.
Ilantanct.on and tiara..
• 14.. rr, ,„ Fur, iin Aid lownestie Dr
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WRItitIT & ,
'• r f 'ls / it., ".n Ur
ot••• I eri itepooLl Also,
to.* in W. I moil. and all pa rlo ,
• Ace, Wttlia.u.• Atari'. corner
P tool Ilotto.lllll.
•1•,• • Livilet• er•r) 4.r•ci , ptien
• 11% and fir. Saud maamodielory.
gun r, nil. oil ilw I ,WI t.rw. P.
Walt , 11I•1sk
.4,.,1.61f..1 Ji..q•m•lte•h• lot v•
514, 1.. , —4 .115cr m pr 1.11110,1. Week,
*id 1 , 11 . 0 Slrr MS. tip mates Pr.'
NAN 4 and all 'ORM k warraaldr4
jUst fef +wi N A;
NI KT , 'NI I/ 1111 A-A
11 ICH A RD G. HERRON be* purchased the interest of 'Mour
nas S. NIA! iair The business will be beneaßei eowluethil
-7 ' :- %eider the tllleot 0111114.11 a HERRON: who will settle all se
4 , . lm. s .stie stock lo Platt -.. coumsoi the ukt Ara. G I-, i Burrox
'''"-'"' RI R'l'rel a IHPICLAIR. him., Aug. Sil. itlii—lf R 4. II ERIUN
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'ass. e......., e11i1.,444.1.41. eOl4llll, *Of* • .
”IN hem..., Erywi rism, Pilaw ga
4 thbodowervetty posolet mom* NO 10-
-4. _ _ 131...__1t lON & ells'. LAIR.
4.4**.lied 811414411414,1*, ...F. b.
R 4 44 rr H * In LW*"
-4 7 - 4• - 1- 7 4 riid 6-4
true Id-tol aP
.44 per h
7 ISbALII si A y CASSINI yards al Mulder ?rums. curare warranted Lae
el or nosey Hawed. a 8 cam per yard. Also $ caged IN
wyksyy Par ar ef g als. Ssaleabk palseess. as % s em per
ERIE WEEKLY OBSE 'NM,
Is PUBLISHED XVIII' iiiITITILDAT
NY DU3LII A SLOAN,
TO WHOM ALL LITTICHO SZLATTWO TO SU lIINKAS
SHOULD BS ADPILISSID
r7 .4.1 ;= . 77 .1 1rMr1
Priating Moo, oorser of Stacy and sth Su.
at F. SLOAN, EDITOR
PIP TRltilßs if paid in airases, or within .i months,
11 Se; if not paid aa above $2 will be charged.
41 * * Any subscriber filling to pay within the year, the
paper will be distant:Wood and die account left a ILE a pro
per °Meer for collection.
TERMS OF Awn. ft T IS IN u
,`Sixteen lines ur less make a syuar...iE•
Ons Square, one week. S 75 One ■oust* 3 month. $3 06
One •` • 2 100 One •• 6 • 660
On. 3 •• t 96 One •• Y •• 6 7!,
"sr One square a year. rhang.nble at pleasure.
• • •Cards inserted In the Business Dire tort' it $3 per
annum. Si: Hum allowed fora Carl, ult.r inx. and under
Two squares-3 mouth., $6. ti auone.s. s•,
$ll SO, 1 year $l4.
o ue ruin tun, or 10 square.. -,,,1r f rot s.)o. mouth.-
Bso, 3 mouths, $lB.
Obituary and Marriage u t. a 2r rcnte reef,
euiscerta, etc , SJ rr rent it. addrt••ii t • ti ,e
Sperml and Holaunal notices, 10 cants a lam
RaligtouP, Public, Pam Company and ~ t her t 41.1 1, , a had
the above rates
air Morehaut. and valor,. repuit,ug :regnant changes
in their adeertusementa will be ailoowed Two square,,
per, and card, fur $l5. For add.ional Apa..e, the char
ges will be in proportion, and the advertisement, must
be strictly confined to the legitimate imdines.,4 of the ad
vertiser Payment : - or tran•tent er , t•rments required•
Adrackeo y. art, rot.,rt:•. wul Sepresentad
half-yearly A redu.u..i., 1 lu t•er , ent. v6:11 I.e tubule n
all Pi rp( teti,p , rary nlr art. LL.• LA le. n h,,n lb. I .4,1‘1111
JrNT rereit r.l t .n II"
•SW orst As
•• •00 Wall and Window
•6 .•••• t.se , llttn
derma to to.ttetl' .V. do I lot , retet.d to Nell at 1.11 A• thu
paper was purchased irorn uce of - the lamest
• Illanufacturing lastablialunesta
UN. rouotry. sad Ai a barium. we can u..d wdl se 1I a. rhea,.
',those who pretend to +ell at , tsl tad a much hei ter at
that For prom call aid we 11l KLAN a r I I. I .AS,
. I.lne tpr,l 13. 1934--le `to 9, Its a 11 a llloek
WHO SATs 10! _
EV ERV nu ban recirl PP, IAWI ce all t.
are w ine rools4(11 W luck tarty, MI6 Leo y for effeft,),...a..
beauty. qualiq a
Malt eau Jr.) It. bat we h r 111 , ,h ihr or."( 01 rior
awl ~ , iver t% atone. frrf).leleffiptf..if .1f wf . .ly,tailVfl
Warr. Tea SPIN. otifor• ft. ItJakett —to • ' , .,trout; 01 Pad:t
ern, that cert rK 10utt41,.,r f , fffefillwred of. in Lem An insp..
Lou. a requested.
t},o , fr repaired nil I n, ..1r to order, in the best tuainer,•l gm'
•,.i.c.a iN dr. IYULLb K.
Man 6. Part Ruw , Erie
Watchman. What'st he Clock:
QTRANGER, wh) trouble your Mend. (urine time_ s. nee too
0 CAN go to Vitae-awn and roller, and buy a allod Clue
lust SPOut nothinr
They are now feffel•lng Thirtv-fie. Caw, of I,,,wrie.•_ man
of them beautiful; all of them rood hub Rov,, Er,
Ma) 6,1464. si
A A t' t. II I. •
•, Wail.flglit. 61 mdnßwn t r),. ) ,I • 1). we.*
VI I. [WOO% , tI 11K, • •
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Ward orer No MI %11... , -(
lita too d. Gr [KAI . AI :r.i1.01/11JI• r •
f . ale+ Cup. k L. 1.3 M. 01,,
l'has MI raMT1.114, , ••• •
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,itaurer• 11••••• -•
Hon Win U ike ay
cult, Bak., & I SU Mom.,
Herr.. Bale Al•rket
Deal. Milligan & 1 eor Milrart and gin ,ii.
I) I R F. ( R
1 Mu:trier. l'hilAdelphts, John M 1141 e. Pbt!..
Jon Pte*erinee, M ,Vorliart‘,
Belay l ' Adle , ll. J II % , 1
PRfliOn P l / 4 •111 , 411. Km:
A in A Glilbritltt, I. B I,..Mtotoott
I: A Bennett. t
Jame. ' , ninon,. J
- 6 - - 6
0 -- D
sutuertts-r ,s w recri% ins , r !ars, •1 , 'Pi .. ‘iPr
1 and Kummer ( r ood. 1,,,
Hardware, as.: is , 141.11 . 11 were I•urchassr.l of
thew goods %It...roma n .or akw (arras earlier Ihe ~b.r
her re. Is cuundent who may favor huu N •th • 'lt .1 .
CU O,OO, well interest to eunttoue• r
1.0 „n 1 mending to purchase alt..- r in n u
line ill call 111111 11111/..1t am stock before pure lhasi orr a int iv hers
An r. Julie 17. I's —3 JAME.K 111 (.11: .4
PURE ADIZIRIOAN Wier& -
I , HE sulwriber, herr t ,gt freer/NI ftom l incmnai.s 1101.,
I of • • Purr A eue, Wines" for mid le opal puryo.re
Lungworth's .park Ito Catawba, Btlll Cataw•utt, 4,l , attuu •
eweei Catawba Thew 1% ins are the -pure pt ire Ernie.
unfermented. fre. trum 1 ieuitbol, the cite ,iier
_pa ice. pressed to its a tutu state by arrest tug tarts..... .ur
10, 1 , 54—1 ISURT4tN & et f 111:
BM Eagl• Tripoli.
ok c:ranirg and polrluu. a, ko. In ul 1.1e+,011 rvr clotn•
Ina It ...cheaper thin s. rater .aot A prpe• rl
June to. IPA. 4 -4 hl
If Von are litulchng
loa., fail to emit on me for>uur toe l'AMt•
I- , Bell fixtures /And rearythlog gnat to. iJete• tumult a
b 00... a. I rap ...I Will (lie run tin Freazr, ....q.t... in tie
Oaf r . J.., 10,1..44 1..1/I'.•
Caps. Straw Go , yds &c
'p m F. Jtpletatined take. MIA thet.oe..lol .0001 tom! S. OI ' • in•
101.411. and the public gentr,l4 11. lhat to t- new Op. fling A
•cork us the a bo•• Goods. lts the .4 Ate reef Oes'llps• el I
KOLgh k riteWari, 00 SIAIr sired. Lorise•sle lirl w7t'n 110
le I. where ne will he happy ID Mail on 41: t! w else Nip
tall Is - N rt:R
Now Spring and lammetr Goods.
'BB ALS ar. MAYES, So I Bros.. s RI Ka Arc .1-w oflrr.ng
I the lantern and ctreaperi*toek of : 4 tiple Grn d.
in the city Raving purehared the.r nown for and 11
Auettottir; ereatly soder tie cm, of rimpurtattmas. 'at len.t b~ her
cent. low, r than cart) Sprissi pr Ice., ..nd wit. rel. theta n. pn
erelower than ever liefirir thi ell, Tneir , tock of
Prase Goode coning(' tp pan of Braen.le ebkneeall.e, Ylaal .1 lid
Styiped: 4 llki. Black MilL. ram width and Itirtre )1.41.
lin De t.anno. Kerner and l'haite r Ile L.a:na.
D. Boor colored all wool fie Lain,. olnln Whirl and fisrurril.
French Piloted nets Slld v tell 11.1(i t in-
PO du., Yreneb. Vngltsh and Ameriran Gin2hamr and l'rki.l.
Ike fax Fart. May an NU
vortc. Ir TO
I 'Hl!•4.vc riber rpm lola • •oo tu the
I ?Inn". of E.r,l. Mom,' fix the hbervt vorply co Battey thly
ti err filfllllbed Sim With uurtrg the !ft-• 14 vruw &MILL 400tIrt
Item that be h.reoa.,l, irrkrivin*.ll. e•atern
menu thl. fall. ant kii .“.e to 'say 'ash hild the very
htithest Inallsel prier. It. 41111 1,,1t illr•rrr.lgt L , •. or it
010 Agetteier at %Nun, iiirgrd InG Furvir%
Et . Aug 10.
'UNITED 111TATIIII NOTZIL
Incotawf %treat eiwo. Fount*. Pinlads/plus
( 1 J Vac l.f 1.14A54 I , llter 4.0 loner' has the pit-arum
v,„ • to inform hi• rrtrmar a I INC 1 , , \ •nuiskueity. Itiat
1.4- bar 1ea4.4410112114111.14. kW It term of ...Ara. tud 1• now prepared
rot the rerepl im of ioe.ir
The bleat advaniapea tbv.ttote rata ltantbelit are t.,
w ei I knout II be need Vellelteltil.
'The Mana and furniture have been put in Dr-t rate order. the
nXnue are large and welt ventt hunt The !afar+ Il a , wit)r be
furnished with the beat, and the Mohr 'nor Piet* - hulleelf that
no efon on ho martial, he a aut•ng to make the Untied *atm
squat In eaastionit to saw Hotel ah the Quaker city
July In, 1-ad—lyn•.
CrTNG Aiiri FROM A HUTIOPI / Cam lAA* yards Oaaach
Cliaillaam. await Osaka awd deilmble pat /era,. wroieb cow
Mill 10 import. kr L 1 emir per yud
, May 11,,-1. • TIBRALA A. HAVE*.
(1411.11PH011 &ab' the very best es
t ' reread
remedy eves yet discovered , or usAhaehe, Neuralgia.
Mee awe tit emir of tellaatout sof, nevem on Mn 4 or net,
lo he bed of Kay 17.1 1 .44. CA irrint otortitit.
• *Tut Vottrg.
■T S. L 11111114 p!
Little Mary tomes to met to
With a mils almost dirino,
And bet looks like plimmatia meet me,
A. Mot lays lyre hawk in Won
Fairest climate! ova. 'trivia'
With a gran a• light a. day,
Litt s lamb with sunbeam playiag
In tb. perfiannod limn of Nay.
Theo she asks me if I lave her.
And her little sabers earls
Fell in elitists, and half comet
Her sweet bps, enriched with pantie.
Theo she smiles with grsos so simple.—
Half akin to Heaven she amnia:
Love plays sound each melded dimple,
Like a fatty se day-dreams.
'initial no household duties slam,
With a seraph's votes Ad
A ed the kissing prawn 'imams,
Makes a Hearin when she wants
And at tight, to the Ihersed,
Whispen forth her loudest prayer.
With her presence home is venial,
Something like an angers rplice.
ben lobs twines bar arm around ma
Tells ma how she Maras to spell:
Tat u power unseen has bound sr,
Far too pure for tongue to tall.
Earthly. groaner, oozes not near her
Charms divine her ways imbue
r watchful angels spare her,
Cluxis her to the pure and tram
Quick and graceful as the fairy.
Type what the lovely are,
Perteet I, the tom of Mary,
'Rayed with beauty like a Star
And 'wired wtib all the grace
Ichichlhe Pleading Angel One
(en see by outward traces
That the flowor ~ t &deo lie*.
knd her anxious eyes will glisten,
At she hear. my footsteps near
()ft to her sweet vote* I listen,
Dien home .ewass a mnsie-spbere
And her gambols ever leash Ole
Pleasure is not always vain,
ire toucbe• 190001 to reach me
-1 hen I feel • child again.
Then she tans me some bright story
Of the little feats she's done;
How she learnt the Saviour's glory—
the prize at school she won.
Aind thus she talks through evening hours
With an air of sweet delight:
Then with lips pressed to bar lowers,
Breathes the tender words, -Good-night.
o • th. A Jiaratroc.
A NIGHT WITH THE GUERILLAS
A Scene in Maxim.
en n. Y r barking of thi dozen ernp which
lusartal.ly surrounded a Mexican but WP had
proceeded peri/dpe a mil. , in the deepest darkness,
t4l uur suprisc Rc came to a large corral,
awl immediately after to the rauche tii whi c h it
W e h a d u.) time to reconnoitre; for we were
itionedi.,te; ) Surrounded by a more of the woo
Ntalwart, r,,cious-looking men it had yet been
~u r fortune, or ill-fortune, to meet in that coun
try Their attentions were far more eager than
, lelicate, for ive were helf urged, half pulled from
or lior-ea, our v.filise,, pistols and bowies taken
and our elves pushed along into the hut
1..-- unk, , than it would have taken a Yankee
landlor I to have pa,ksed the compliments of the
.-ea‘on. The glance I caught as I entered the
hut, at about twenty, horses in the corral, citid-
111 i d and hriddle , l with a sort of cavalry look,
it ! , .titly at home' fter a long day's ride, in
wdy served to decrease she apprehensions;
but my fears w..re put upon a sure basis, when,
after entering the hut, I passed close to the
guide, who looked significuitly at me and whim•
pores; the oee word of dread of all loyal Mexicana:
As s-on a+ we were seated in the corner of a
large room, I ventured to inquire of one of my
friends, in a whisper, what he thought of our sit
uation; to which he answered, with his accus
tomed clearness, and :le I thought, with a con•
•oderable ,how of probability, that we. were "in
a d—l ,f a serape!" We however concluded
to "trust to luck," and to acquiesce for the time
in anything that might be done; a sage eonclu
sign for two Yankees amid twenty or more atli
The Guerillas had evidently had a long ride,
tiud I judged had met with sitcom, u they were
od. natured and laughed and talked with each
other incessantly, while the "provisioner" was
I don't boast a great deal of coolness in the
hour of danger; but I must cenfess that the
broil, d ehiekene and fried eggs made aneh a
sweet scent in my nostrils, that the peculiarity
of our positions was temporarily forgotten by me,
while my friend Charley was grinning and rubbing
his hands like a - glutton. The impression pro.
duoed on us by a smell of the eatables, was evi
dently amusing to our hosts, or captors, I may
call them, the apparent leader of whom address
ed us, a. the viands were being placed upon the
"Sewing must he bungriT after their ride; will
they eat with us
The manner of the man mutt have conveyed
to Charley what he was about to eay, before he
actually uttered the words, for be was at le te.
Me, and had an egg on his plate, before t h~ ton•
elusion of the sentence As for me, I was there
dignified; and as I seated myself leisurely at the
table, I begku thanking him in bad 4snish,
while Charley was eating is good Yankee style.
"We ask no thanks, Seam," said the chief;
"you are our prisoner's; we want year mosey,
and want your 6111V1514 at daylight you may go
free with what we leave yea."
And strange as it may meta, his deliberate
manner of telling us that we were to be skinned
and tumid louse in a strange forest muted to
please Charley tremendously; for be bunt into
a loud guffaw, aid laid beak in his chair with a
mouth full enough of chicken to choke a borer,
bat at a severe look from me, be straightened
up, the large, witiae winders closed heavily on
the dainty food, and for at least a minute be
After sappez we wars stripped of our best
Makes, ei4 masived as eseemage of an the *hi
ERIE, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23,1854,
pit to we could desire. Oar mu' no to
from us (at least three hundred pod dams)
and we were then allowed to rename as p/mbee
in the corner Charley plietly stretched him
self out, and to my utter amonislusent, Was soon
as soundly asleep as if he Wen the sole proprie
tor of a "marble hall," or at lest dwelt therein.
Not even the sweet strains of a goitor layed
by a little girl of unoomnion booty, w ho the
chief milled "Clefts," could rouse him, ald
had lie seen her, I believe absolutely, he mad
have joined the troupe, married Mkt the family,
and eventua ll y have generated a ire of idly
The Guerillas seemed to mire no stare foe as,
after they had pilfered ak our valuables, than if
we had been so many ours. We were apparent.
ly welcome to go when mid where we pleated;
and after the guitar tiesisid, they gradsially drop
pad down around the fire and soon fell asleep.
Feeling no partieular !desire to have 1111110 k
more to do with the fel d r o l, it oarensd ~o ram
that we might as well noiselesely, as to
nut the risk of some ehenge of prorsakme in
the morning; so shaking Charley, who Is on
his Feet is an instant, I suggested the plan
pe, to which he readily weeded. Hastily
moping over two or three sleepers, I same to the
rough table, on which the chief had unwarily
left our pile of money. How quickly yet noise
lessly it was transferred to my pouch, is a mat
ter left to the reader's imagination. On issuing
from the hut, 1 found Charley preparing the
horses, and were boon in readiness for immedi
"I'vit devilish good mind to go back and steal
some ot nay own clothes!" said Charley: "that
was an overcoat of -'s best make."
I protested, however, sod he good eon soul,
We struck off boldly enough, but soon lost
our way , not for want of a path, but on account
f th.: abundance of paths Our guide we had
!eft behind, feeling rather doubtful of his hones
ty, and rather inclining to dirk that he bad
purposely escorted us into guerilla camp. We
consequently roamed about, crossing and re
crossing, determining and re-determining, until,
like enfinent politicians, we "knew no north, no
south, no east, no west." About daylight we
came to an opening that resembled one we had
passed over just before reaching the robbers' re
treat the night before; and here, for the first
time, I discovered that Charley had another and
decidedly better horse than the one he bestrode
previous to oar capture. He remarked, in ez
plaination, that having had his choice in tbe car
roll, he suppOned "turn abort was fair play," and
accordingly took the beat one he.oould find, and
the creature actually sparred his animal up,
pranced him, and inquired of_me, in the most
innocent manner imaginable what I thought of
his requisition? I have called him horse thief
While resting from our labors in the aforesaid
opening, I heared a sort of distressed moaning,
and guiding my h..rse to the spot, who should I
find but the little guitar girl of the preceding
night, lying in thicket, her face swollen with
insect-bites, nisi trying, and her leg broken just
below the koec-j-int It appeared, on investiga
ti 41, that •he had started from the hut just be
-1.1% .lay light, upon some errand, that her horse
6..,41/le unmanageable, had thrown her,
r leg Shv had crawled to the thicket to
pm!. tt.,). tainted away
We werp not a moment in decidinit what to do,
an Am mean seldom is. when Mercy calls on
b , it taking loth. ['lett' in my arms, while
I 'llarky foll..wed with Itie horse., we 9 .on madu
o ur way by O H girl's guidiauce, to the robber
Here wr found all in confusion; the horse had
returned withlut its rider, and the chief, whose
daughter nett.: was, seemed almost frantic.
The Joy of the whole party at seeing us may be
imagined After caring for the little patient,
and giving such directions as he th.mght advisa
ble, the chief turned to us, and said:
"You Americans are a remarkable race You
were too wise to resist us—cunning enough to
outwit us—and brave enough no return to us on
an errand of mercy When you go home, I
would have you remcutb , :r that a guerilla, al
though an out-law, and made a robber by op
pression, is nevertheless possessed of gratitude.
Your clothes and equipments shall be restored;
your horses replaced by my best ones, (here
Charley seemed pirtieularly interested,) and your
route to Acapulco pointed out to you by one of
my best men I trust, Senors, h 3 your honor,
and feel assure-I that no troops will be sent after
us—that the secret of our habitation will not be
We w.re place.l to (till passessiou of our own
again and by the aid of our fresh horses and new
guide, soon came in sight of the city. Here the
man left u,, and after riding into town, and leav
ing the 11,,nie. at a place previously designated
by the out-law, we sat down to more chickens
and eggs, in the French restaurant of Frank
Williams, and made up our minds that we bad
emphatically "had an adventure "
We soon after sailed f.r Mazatlan; but Char
ley bream,. -o disgusted with the pigmy appear
ance of the Mexicans after having seen the gue
rillas, that be declared he must either leave the
country or g.. back to the robbers. With ,due
regard (or his mural culture, I therefore consent
ed to come home, where we arrived safely, after
having experienced what Charly called "bolster•
WHAT 19 TO HE THE END OP ITT—The follow
ing terrible picture of Javelins depravity is from
the New York Mirror. It is no wonder that
murder stalks abroad in that city, when the dark
stream of crime is fed from a fountain go prolific.
We may well ask what is to be the end of all
One of the must pitiable and painful sights in
this city is the thousand and one bare-footed,
ragged and filthy children idling about the streets
or in stormy weather, plying old brooms at the
street-crossiugs. Running among the omnibus
es and carnage., they perform, it is true, a fair
share of what little street cleaning is done, to the
shame our authorities be it said--and their
remuneration consists of the few pennies drop
ped into their palms by pede e t r i aae .
"No less than a thousand of these unfortunates
may be counted in New York on any rainy day.
They are principally girls, most of them under
ten years of age, but many of them twelve, four
teen, and still older. Mixed among these girls
are enough iif boys to educate them in all the vi
doneness and vulgarity of their sex; and between
thikir own depravity, ingrained by a life in the
scuts almost from infancy, aid that aught
from their male eompanions, they present a pic
ture of debasement which might delight a Bend
bent oe the annihilation of humanity.
"Low slang, obscenity, and blasphemy of the
coarsest kind is their eeriest language from mor
ning until! night,. This is visible to any one
who traverses our street', unless his eyes
be strained on Africa, or some distant land of
lesser heathen When the night comes, these
children scatter to their haute—where? Some
go home more illthy than the streets they have
been sauntering or sweeping, where drunken fa
then and mothers eagerly seise the awnings of
their children's sin and sham, to prolong the
foul orgies of Five Points ad kindred pisoes,---
and some alreidy reeltlsel of how hoodoo,
sea rum-boles, or Ws of vice sou twit.
$I 50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
E~~jI , ) ti)l'i,ai'.' &'i ~
I was mat quite twobss years of age whoa Iliad
the planate of elitismspa eommereial metropo
lis for the - bet time It happened as follows:
My father (as before stated) kept the village
tavern at Bethel, Connective. Late one alter
ation in January, 1822, a Mr. Brown, drover
ikon Boatlibely, Coaaectiont, arrived at oar
house with a rove of fat cattle, which be we
driving to New York. His cattle were pat in
oar large barn-yard, the horses of himself and
man were placed in the stable; end Mr. Brown,
adoring and partaking of a warm, comfortable
sapper, drew off his boots, and put on his slip.
prs, and proceeded to spend the evening com
fortably. nooked upon him as a great man, for
he had been to "York," and to "go to York," in
those days, was thought, quite as mush of as to go
to &trope now. I hammed to the !viatica of his
adventures in city and country, and my mind be
came quite excited. At last, I beard him say to
my father, that he expected to bay many more
cattle in Ridgefield and at other points on his
way to the City; and he would be glad to get a
boy who was light on foot, to ran eking with him,
and assist him in driving the eattle. I immedi
ately besought my father (like a modern Ace
seeker), to intercede for me, and, if possible, t
procure for me the coveted situation He did so,
and a cansultatios was held with my mother, who
giving her consent, it was immediately arrangej
that I should visit New York; and I was told to
go to bed at once so as to be ready to start with
the drove of cattle at daylight in the morning. I
bent to bed, but not to sleep. Tolima of all
aorta haunted my imagination. A new world
was about to be open eoi to me. I slept an hour
Of so towards mornin g, dreaming of the great
City with streets pav edwith gold, and many cas
tles—in the air.
At daylight, I was aroused, took a few month
fulls of breakfast, and started off on foot, in the
midst of a heavy Fnowittorst, to help to drive the
cattle. Before reaching Ridgefield, Mr. Brown
put me on his horse to plop after a wandering
oz, the horse fell, rolled upon my foot, and strain
ed my ankle. I suffered intense pain, bat dated
not complain, lest Mr. Brown should contrive
some way to send me back, for I was not yet ten
miles from home. It was very considerably swol.
len. The next day, it was a trifle better, but as
I continued to limp, Mr. Brown permitted me to
ride most of the time.
In three or four days, w.• reached the City of
New York, and put up at the Bull's-Heal tav
ern, kept by Mr. Givens. Mr Brown would be
busy a week selling his cattle, and then I was to
return with him in his sleigh. That was a great
week for me. My mother had given me a dol
lar bef•re I left home, and I never expected to
see the end of it. I supposed it would supply
my ever) wish, and yet leave unknown quanti
ties of change on hand. The first outlay I made
was for oranges. I was a great lover of this
fruit, and hdd of , en wished that I could eat. I
entered a conf.Lti , .uary .re, and inquired the
price of orange
" Four oeute a piece." was the reply
Now "fourpenee - Connecticut is six cents,
and I supposed it wa, th , z euue the world over
With my great prop e n,,ty for "beating down"
the price, and an ardent belief in Franklin's
proverb, "that a pruuy saved is two peue-v earn
ed," I informed the let, that ebmselered tour-
WA' T . femitiin r eTai4ite4er belit si
ted for a moment, bat finally lurid, that, ",eoing
it wait me," and it was probably my first, visit to
New York, she would let me have the two oran
ges for ten cents; but she would expect sue to
trade with her whenever I wanted anything in
her line. I thanked her, and took the
I thought it was very liberal in her thus to de•
duct two omits from the prim of her fruit, little
dreaming that, owing to the difference in curren
cy, I was paying her two cents more thau the
I soon dispatched my two oranges, and pur
chased two more, at the same reduced prim I
still had eighty ants left, and that seemed to be
sufficient for all moral wants.
I then purchased, for thirty-one cents a little
gun, which would "go off," and send a stick soup•
distance across the room. I intended to aston•
ish my schoolmates with that gun, when I got
home, for it astonished me considerably, as I had
never seen anything of the kind before. I went
into the barroom of onr hotel, and began to
amuse myself with the extraordinary gun. The
bar-room was crowded with ouskuners. Letting
off my gun at random, it grazed one man's nose,
and passed on, bitting the bar-keeper in the eye.
Smarting under the pain it occasioned, be taunt: ,
in front of his counter, caught me by the collar,
giving me several shakes and boxing sly ears
soundly, be told me to put that gun out of the
way, or he would throw it into the stove. I. felt
considerably injured in My feelings, and, sneak
ing slyly up stews, placed the precious gnu under
my pillow. -
I soon visited the shop again. The good wo
man instructed me in the mystery of the torpe
does. I bad never seen one before. .She threw
one with considerable force on the floor, and it
exploded I was delighted. Would not these
astonish our schools? I bought six cents' worth
for that purpose.
I arrived at the hotel just as the guest* were
going to dinner, and supposing that they had
never seen anything in the torpedo-line, and
would be delighted to do so, I could not refrain
giving them the opportunity; so, taking two from
my pocket, and throwing theta with all my
strength against the side of the hall through
which the crowd were passing, a double report
followed, much to the 4urprise and annoyance of
the guests. The landlord came rushing out in a
high state of excitement, and, finding out the
culprit, he stretched me upon the fluor at a sin
gle blow from his open hand.
"Thep, you little greenhorn," he exclaimed,
"see if that will teach you better than to explode
your d—d crackers in my house spin!"
It did. I was perfectly taught in a single
lesson. I went up stairs and deposited the bal
sum of the torpedoes with the gun I ate no
dinner that day. My dignity had been insulted,
and my appetite bad vanished. I had one re
morse. It was the toy •shop. I visited again,
bought a watch, a breastpin and a top. L was
still a rich man. I had eleven cents left. I
went to bed, and -dreamed of all my possessions.
The next morning, as soon as I had swallow
ed my breakfast, I visited the toy-shop spin, to
"look around." I discovered many new things
which had escaped my notice the day previous.
Presently, I saw a beautiful knife with two
blades, besides a gimblet and corks crew'. This
was a novelty. The most useful knife in exist
ence, beyond all doubt I am. possess it. My
father would be delighted, for it was a arm- ,
ter's shop in miniature, and was too valuable an I
artiste to leave behind es.. Wonld'at old Beth
el be assosiabed? But wharves the pries et this
combination of all that vas vestal and ornament
al? Onlythirty-ene ovate. Alas, I hat but
eleven. I found, to my astcmiehment, that my
finds were Ethausted. But ' hate the knife I.
most, to I Proposed to my good Mend, the chop•
woman, that she should receive back the top and
breastpin at a slight deduotion hem what I had
paid her the day previous, and dies, taking my
eleven cents, should le sae have the knife. The
kind creature coosestal, and thus I made my
Gist "strop," sad get the knife.
Pteesedy, I ditmemied esme mairsa seedy.
It was whiserakd signs than awl had NM I*.
fors. I mast Lava imp, so I idol the Lady to
take back the watch at a slight discount, and let
me haws the weak of it in molasses candy She
did tiptoed I feepti it delicious. I bad never
tasted anything so nice before. Before night, I
had resisned my en Into bar possession, and de
tts value an molasses sandy The wit
morning, I swallowed all my torpedoed in the
same &lupe, and, in the course of the day, even
my knife followed in the sweet footsteps of its
illustrious predecessor*. Molasses sandy was
the rock on which I split. My money was all
gone—my notions all swopped for it, and yet,
.ike Oliver Twist, "I cried for more."
The good woman had a boy about my size,
I had no particular use for my two pocket hand
kerchiefs. Her boy conld use them, and I glad
ly accepted her proposal to trade them for four
sticks of molasses candy! I had an extra pair
of etuckings, which I was sure I should uever
need; and they went for five more rolls of mo
lasses candy' When thus divested of all I pot
seised, I became resigned to my fate, and began
to turn my attrion to some ether source of ex
I made the sequaistance of a young gentle
men from Comiectimit, some twenty ran of
age. He had been in New York once before,
and knew the ropes Ile proposed to show me
the City. I gladly aceouipanied him, and saw
many sights that day which astonished me be
yond measure. He took me 'to ••Rear Market,"
as it was then called—" Washington Market," ae
it is now designated I was, of course, surpris
ed-at the immense quantities of meat there dis
"What under Hemet' do they expect to do
with all this meat' I asked my companion.
with much curiosity
"They expect to sell it, of course, - said he.
"They'll, get sucked in, then," I replied, ex
ultingly, for felt assured that it would never
be possible to consume all that beef before dooms
day. It was probably all masticated within the
next twenty-four hours; but to a raw boy from
the country, such a thing seemed incredible
I think I shall never forget An um:Nihon.
which I saw painted upon a - small square piece
of board • and fastened to a post on the dock, at
the rear of the market. It wan a Corporation
warning, and read as follows:
FIVF DOLLARS FINE POR
ANY KIND OP DAM'D
AGED MEAT, OK FIND INTO
THE PUBLIC DOCKS
1 was astonished at the profanity of the pub
lic authorities, and wondered why they could not
have said simply, "aged meat, or fi,h," without
prefixing the offensive adjective I called the
attention of my friend to the deplorable state of
public morals, as exhibited on that public sign;
when he explained, that sonic wicked wag, not
having the fear of the city aldermen before his
eyes, had stuck to the litti • "d,' as an interpo
laion, and this made the word "damaged" ex
press its own true !meaning, though in au unne
cestetriiy strung and objectionable manner.
Xly liquid also took me clear out of town to
see to.- State Prison, piid in way in, and wit
u,.....1 re . ‘ asioni-thaient at seeing so many wick
ed etnlvle .1 in the pri.on suit, and 't4 ,lees
otally to set- some two hundred shoemaker II
turu their facts to the door, when we cute
with a- Lunch precision as if they hail been a
i ,tihitons, all moved by a single wire. I ai- ,
hir iit li' r tiliF i r It n i V.N. At' e tiegriTi e 4121 which w"
My week was soon np, Mr. Brown took me
into his one-horse sleigh immediately after din
ner, drove as tar as Sawpitts. now called Port
Chester, stopped over nigh), started t arty thk
next morning, and arrived at Bethel early the
had a thousand (itiations to a t isiwir, s o .l
found my brothers and lusters quite disappiented
that I had bought them timer of the fruits of in:,
dollar My mother examined my wardrobe.
and finding it two pair of pocket handkerehiel.
and one pair of stockings snort, 1 was whippe I
and sent to bed; and thus terminated my tir.iit
visit to New York I was, howeer, for a
t ape, quitV .1 lion 4111 , ng the 5e1.ii,01-boys:i for I
Lad hen to "York," and had .eeta with my own
eye- many remarkable wonder, which they ha I
only "heard tell of."
Nu% EL 1 Nci t.a.N I.—A rid, vi,te tuv,tiuutarik
taken .ttt the expre..trdn, .f the Try dud 8.,
t.to railroatl, the other day, the particular
whie'u are novel and interesting:
A s th e tr a in was etiumug toward.; Trov, at it
•p t .1, ..o pam , iul: a curve it Mudd. id‘
daabA fl.teic of pigeons upttit th, rraek.
All ot'th,rit nue. —a pure an.l heaut:fut w!,.•.
tl fr.ttu the it .utel Ind est . : ip..l rh.
white One W.O l lit r. for ri•iug
flying low' to the linty! ,
free tit .I.o,lllotivv. It
overtaken, ..I1 ..vutrt 0111
catcher, wlier-, un.dsl 1,, ,t, wing , again , '
the ru.shin4 air. ;cute aud ow,i i, red. l'•
and bead .trett•bed f..rWari, it ttto.-el
and mottoolt..s. thotezli (...nrerrcei into qt.:,
On went the train in its will , peod and on
the Pigeon iu rs wingless flight, and tour?, ii
miles were tow- :raveled hy the twain It e.i
only when the' I ruiou Dt rt Ton vra, r ,eh
ed and entered ".:it carne, ring fp.ni
its bewildering ..tiehatitinent, lightly tufted it
feathers, then wed IL,-, slap, nod finally tztrsteet
them once more, soared aloft alighting on a cross
beam of the dome Ileit 1t wa, ao.qi
Ted of all observe*, the st-ry of its utarv- , ,,110ns
ride, having many bean rot kftui all 'Kir or
so it sallied forth in the direction ipme, and
will often tell in pigeou-tongue of its flight with
the locomotive.—Allmihy Erpnwt.
DoN'T KNOW —A gentleman jit.t arn , .d :n
California, entered into eonversatton with ..ne of
the editors on the subject of the Know Nothing
Order. "Talk of Know Nothings," said be,
why you are all of that order, I should think, in
California. When I left the steamer [made uu•
mereus inquiries of those I met, relative to mat.
ten which interested me, but nobody emitted to
know anything. Nobody knew which was the
best hotel—what business promised best frt..'
stranger to embark in—what the present p.,pn
laden of the city, or indeed anything else 1
tried hard to get some information oat of a gen
demon to whom I had a letter of introducti,.n,
but failed. At length, in tiespoir, I
you take something to drink?" Hi, reply was
characteristic: "Well, I don't know but I will."
Loon. Otrr.—The availibility of "Know•Noth•
nagism" to the Whip is to be tested wit btu teat
days. It tru seised upon by that party fur a
politicalpurpcme---tbat purpose the
Pollock. The policy has been througout the
State to admit only a
_certain number of Demo
mate—abcosi one thir d that when the propo
sition I t Made that the "order" shall vote for
Pollock the Donotrate io 41/ I APs will by out
numbered and the decision Oven to favor of the
Whip. Within a brief period the vote is to be
takeu sad when tau we look 000lidently for
every sinsibie Dumont to may, "pulsates, you
wet own! it." There may be a man hero and
there Iran to beaus a tool of the Whip, but
oar word for it the large body of Democrat who
have bees maimed into this revolution from
the strength of their religious prejuSais — will re
pudiate the Whig riek us soon as the cloven
foot is entesed. book out Deateerem who hay,
bow, *med . ibis order, the time is at hula
whom disguise as to le dung* oil sat you will
me that you are to bs thrown into the ashram
B. F.'StioA-N, EDITOR.
A Sad aad Si** NO,
A few days since, at St Louts at en:early
hour in the morning, the common deadm
which at the cost of the city conveys Men
p au pe rs to their last home, stopped before Cheese
in the southern part of the city. The drives
got down, went- int.. the house, and soon aft .
appeared at the door, along with another indif
ferent looking man, earryiris a eofßn of rough
bowls. The roan was put tato the wagon, an d
the wheels rattled away over the awry streets
to the place of interment. No ogle followed it
with looks of sorrow; no one stood with heavy
heart beside the grave. 3s the clods fell upon the
mfrin And yet that coffin hid the form of a
woman once the object of countless attentions,
who was no -c honored, admired, envied is socie
ty, who Controlled vast riches, and who but a few
years since, before she trod the shores of Amer
ica, could look forward to a happy and contented
The deceased was Rosa Neechiust, the -daugh
ter of an jmmensely rick Polish nobleman. In
her early youth she was iittaebed to the Court
of the Austrian Emperor, where at the lige of
IS, she married a French nobleman,_ who was al
so very rich She lived afterward, for long and
happy years, partly on the estates of her husband,
partly in journeys through ilermany, Spain, It
aly and England, and bore bet ha,band three
sons, who received the best education, and on
whom their parents looked with the greatest
This happiness was interrupted by the July
Revolution at Paris Rossa's husb.tnd was sc.
tively engaged in it, and fell nn July 28, iqiot
through by three bullets. Ills naine,may be
still read on the column in the Plam• ‘lO Is Bas
tille Of the ,one, the oldest, a yowl man of
remarkabl , talents, had gr e atly succeeded in
Spain, and was at that time Private Secretary to
Ring Ferdinand After the death id* the King,
he withdrew to a country-house near Valencia,
where, as is supposed, be was assassinated. The
ssennd sou - , who had become a was a spe
cial favorite of Pope Gregory; blt be, too, died
shortly after this event - the third, who was
then quite voting. remained w;th the mother,
who had found an asylum in Switz.orland, whi
ther she had brought the relies of her fortune.—
When h.. tuts ..,ixteen he l e ft his mother and
went to Ameriel In New-Orleans he found
employment and earn , ) , l money, but bad compa
ny and a natural di.position to ex , l'3•4 soon led
him astray, an-I about five years ago he resorted
to the last desperate means f revivitig his cred
it, by inducing his gray-haired mother, to come
to thisconntry She could not resist the entrea
ties of her son, and (mine She was able to get
together $6,000 in cash, which her son very soon
dissipated Some two years ag , he ended his
career in New-Orleans, where he was a deputy
sheriff at the time, by stabbing a creole. Re
fled to California, and the aged moilt•r, to whom
New-Orleans had naturally l e e,-mehateful, went.
up the river to St Louis.
JUVENILE SYMPATHY —GRO.I2I CEMILTY
We have just beard that a neighborhood in the
anuthwP4tern part of the city has, within a day
or two pa4t, brio kopt in quite an excited ,state
on see .unt of tho cruel treatment received a
;ittle orphan b/ily.,ag/41 about ten years, at
. e l the
ii . l4egr; h iii r t k r n ktr,.!;'l.!, h e . - crip i rr2,;
his tyrannical enarlia:., made his sufferings
known to a largo nniniier of hi , / sequaistau
,es, wh. , agreed :hat it n.• cr.) uly run off,
they wou'd find him p:.irem ..f concealment and
plenty t.. eat Tli.• little follow. upon these in•
dueemonts e.seaped, and f,r daps waa
faitlitull . ; suoph.qi with bread and cake by his
little Samarit fri uis .one of the more •en
ergetie of the v.oine phi inthropiat, went about
gathering up .if iron, e..pper. and all kind.;
of metal; a 1... rant and ..ther r. fuse irticles, from
u filch tnuy *kw ruothful
fugitive with duly suopii,..i
th itvh, t tgi lan of tb•• gu erdrto ha dtseover
t it•tri. ..t /h, it di. leil..w, and forthwith he
flrigved t •ii,e of ihs bondage, tied
up an with the cods of
eiol tip.. in 11 /nation of
the 1.6 1101. u. i i,4111..ri, wt.), the loud
eat ou cry tr ito 1, 1 . 1 baT i,i that pal oCthe city
At present :h. ...offerer is etidurtughtspun
i,hment, 1114 lor• hviliug over for au upper
tuuity .if ru•eutug tom. dild takiti,g tetrad..
kind ~fv‘ ogean 4411.4r , 111.0. Tbi-,
we mu-4 •,a), I pha.. of Y..1.111t: trueriesinistn
Whl , II )1141111, t., thv )•.uth in that
part ..t 1 1 1 --
.1/ Pts bets
WILD llter v. — . which en
r. ti 4.• .• i l iutrianee
In rni - m;ir!v rather
ell few fold I I- • r.tivlng r p•11y. affil 1+
eagerly Anugh . by • who wl, oantl in the
witer eating . it 1.. r h nr an , l , n the fall it at
sraeto nf which gmar very
fat nn it. anii 'I 'eV.' nnilltin' river tr fro.
It :; rank. and the berry,
,‘• r, I / WW4 111111.11 fauteeineill
t lo• II it IV. - .1. ;It
.1 FLY! \i; - -An Iresli bricklayer was
.-en • day let the Eellubtirgh infirmary,
secerels injur 4 , fall tr , m a hmilv The
no'dic•el. mnte p ..et • thlaneet asked the .•ufferer at
wle .t t'eeee tl, -Hon' nee urreer" "Two o'clock,
vet been• t ' wse the rep]) On 1,4 ;rig seated how
hr came tee tix 'be hur :wenrale he answer
, I ••11, , , , a05 •• I ••••w the people at dinner, through
the endow, as coming down:'.
WIT. —An Irish boy who was trying
laarri to get a place, 414-Died that he wathlriab
"I dem' , know wh.“ you mean by not bang an
Irishman,•' Raul the gentleman who was about
hiring him, "hut this I know, volt were been in
Ireland.'' -Oeh, your b•tuor if that's all," said
the hoy, small Maine to that. "Suppose year cat
,uould have kitten• in the wren, would they be
hrea,X. - The boy get the place.
9411,.. A •rile of a free white woman was mem
-17 wade at Frerninnvburgh, Lehikh vo t aity, Pa.
parties have t ecn revident• of that place for
sometime, and nnti rep I,f Germany, and the trans
avtion ootivivt44l to a man 4t.poving of his wife
to another men t,r the sum of one doj Writ
ings- Its sald to hare bees signed by tistirio—
the wit'. < thr new hur•handi, and the old baullband.
The price timid ha vi• been uo obpat io each a
.tine iqrk, S* 14.
The Cathay Bank and tate Deoler• Desk,
which suspended a short time lime, kis said
will resume operations in a law days. .
The steamer Framktin halt bees seised by or
der of the Government for a violation of the
neutrality laws, lu fi ' out au expedition
The Ontharuse , which recently sailed,
will also be seised bar arrival out..
is. Eiluill I belpysa to aligtor laid slising
pstasisits, address* a banning easui
aphe was prow* to lump from fts is
best elm otke "Thant yes, Sit," sle said,
sweStiy, "bet I fino't tasobe."
or Cholas is disappearisig from gesr York