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MOORE' ) PUBLISHERS.
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'the •.‘ tw* 3'montLi $0 00
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in 4 10. fittu, jb, V suontka, IU t.A.) I
•. v ear, s6u uwatlia, $36
Ittreetery at Co lees annum
...et ei t,arktl under eight, $7
lu cents • lioe ; but 0.. & fleet 1.1.
the Spec NuLcee lin• lea* than on.
, • tie,- re,ont•rag freqnent changes in their
two Knarea paper and a4d , for $l5.
chlryes a vll be to pr i ii t •ortion, nod the
Ur strictly confined to the I tlmate Wetness
raent fur transient advertisements required
, • r ten.rl, .IsPrtlstog 10. 111 be presented heif
a of LU per cent. mull be nilt.l• on all except tam
, 1 . ebans paid In advance
u by Jame. Sill, Esy , as •
.1 . Murphy Letweva the. Reed
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. •,au f Retail Dealer. nu unary der
• , Dry Goods, Om-F*onel,, 4)11
• t, corner or Frith. Cain, Yr
it LOTHUNILA 197,1011.E,_
/tat turer in brit liwaiity Bres‘ty
•• • •-ru.hing Gl.* rico. 7, Brow
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-Neuristoos, Clgar•, Tiro
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‘1i1.1.11, 1 1 THORNTON,
Knoemrut Bond. and
, att.i caretally drawn: Union on
, :••••• t. la 11,Cel S tore For 1•,
)40:4,411. NAN VAUD.
l'orL, F.a/t, anttn,
•arVOWA. Pa./ W O O4Oll, U . lilOW
• .•?, Prices low o 4 Wheat's
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%El I.k. IL .L• W ULILEN.
'Co 1, American Block. Celiac
. r,t,c. of the„ Called States and
• roLinct,-1 'Bank Nona, Blokl
, ~• • • r•it raid oar depogita Ma
- ...Tann% host. told and located'
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?secs. Will practice&
tr. ael 1t prompt an4l talthiu
,ntrv.te.: to hlo hande, either .. in
J.. Ear "ttic...n gnaws Block, corner 4
• \ NTEUILETT,
. -Aer au Wet and Il i C.n.,erhog,
domentie Fruit, Wovd*o. Wll
- , alt, titans, Yates, Powder, Shot,
. • r ',nets street, opposite Use Kowa
_ _ _
1..1 aßnertesn Hardware and Catlery
• 'nna and Na 3 red House., Erie
fit,LHIE 49h: DiCK.l\o4rlt,
tirmaldrespoetfully oder tilair
the entt...n•pf Erie and viciottr gape.
,ts to u:rstklrl•
iq tali di: rAvAik,
W 10,r14 Detier. LU Coal/.
PUbi , C4P.Ck, b 4.1. :kale
I. Int Sr MI lirreA L
tea, Ene , Ps. Intense allowed on
-lett Drafts, Cheeks and Speeds. 5m
....a Warrants bought end sold. Collectscine
in the United fititer, money iv
, responsibility as
a> "meow Wise Stewart & Ss/cis/re
•um anti Seventh street*. Ftesitierws,
wrt of Swwatras street. 33
' chat, Amami., Cy G.
.1 Foreign &ad Domestic Dry Goods, No.
C• 11111 A. Sans s.
_ In Line and Staple !)ry Good',
. te., 115%1 an's Block, Era, Ya.
1111• ILL a: CO.,
• their Mice In Beaty 's Block,
r,a• the Public Square, ara prepared to
c • th all other operators in pr.ces, Nalco
according to flu quality and real value.
.LEN A. CHUG.
—.ltheo in New Nook et:moor of Pooch
Eno Ps., 301
Niihau H Shermamad
.-quart, between the Reed _House sad
taken ,n the beet style of the ext and
Wilts 31. AUSTIN.
IU,IOII - 1( 14 Looms 4 C.,)
atel.ps. J•weiri. Saver Speetaii, Muin.a/
r.Lo-•.:Au,ye end Fancy l;oode, wholesale
eta", itaa.a.l , tram Bonin, Vault Dawn,
, Made of Saihissry am! FI Cast-
I DI.NTZBT—ilalc• t.h. Anemia Block,
,f ^ ttete street and the Public *tare, up
trre. reamohatae, wad all work warrsalhod.
V. •4\LFORD al CO.,
J.g.t Nuteu, Certidefttee of Dope kr
*Le. eunatautlY for 01Ito.
, • tea doors Fast 4,t
uor Cwt of the “11.1
rt AL Fancy and Staple Dry C.o.d.s and
llicuge end Brown's Hotel 33 •
4. Eris, County, Fa- Collocuoris and
tr.. 4 lt, prnmrtnean and dispatch ba
Joule, rbrue, %mtinee, Pilots, 0111,
I Iced Eno, P. as
kin Ate In Beatty I 13,411,1 tag, up-suara.
DWI HEARN az CO.
towels Merchant.. de:.lere to Co.), Floor,
' oe cCrpper lake ateamors, Public
ittliJi F. J. 31011T014. _
masa. Merchant, Piddle Dock, Krte, dealer
"t• ad Muter
I. WRIGHT dt
14 4 I, ••••'•erlain .:nl , l sad tatlvorl.wnLneur
trmats 11114 e•TtlibteM•S b•p0.11 ANA,
ett•a••• to t Las L. t..u."1, ta.a a.I parts..!
to Mae.. Kolar* Ha 1141114. In tt••• r••••rn
k. I •teh•agitiorth aide a p„,,
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JULIEN N. AYR RA.
'..n 1 ketAtl a.sl.r in all k nods of To.ocy .
Mitre ao.f I..utag 41.a.an, l 0 1 ICzy
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stairs kis Tx.rnmaoiv L...ailkting,
F. n.. Pt.
'zroo,o god Verner, Lie•re Dealer, Trainer
re ellen roe tbe public H. will
PI,UVIAII4IIIr, .all he glwi to
"Po n lb*•est A C ItRALEY.
C•u: , 11.1t4ir Mairuitito...Cbesp Pub'lea
virriners, Gold Pe¢A Podia! Cu11eT7,41,16
)1.4 flour*, LH.
OLD. 6-Ico •
Ilewnel.wwl Retail deal „
ers hr w ell and Cis
"' enenpest and beet now In yaw
ovir Pew+, Erie PL.
VII water for tunny, eirm sr niecildideal
Doors east Blinds, Perth it,
,c,attust High Joao,
firma''! Whiskey, is the
•LIA VI Pi. LANE,
' 4 ' l 41 4 .. 11 .--filike Noftlieut Cornet of
I •d ittI.IIWIN-,-
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Umlictae. s ps+a)(ills,
kuruatb.s, Porfumery, Fla • Sufi sad
!: e ". ,o tnir Lott r. aid lipre
1 4.w.d m •t.uwdauce at the el"r• of
your, i r %y e bt the tot —
J JOHNSTON k BMWS.
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GRA Y FAAR,
Waurss tca Ulu-cut, and dealers In We nt looks teoads Powder.
Shot, Caps, Satiety Foie% toheeen, CtiaTe, Fret., oil, ke., ke , No
Donnell Block, State street, Etta. Pa.
A. 9. CI&A T
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J. DOUG LAS.s.
Al sonnet •r l.ar . —Odle. removed to I. nmall.flag watt of State
Street, on the north 114 of the ['irk, u. rr !art k. )acted('. ehanire ea
JOSSi'll K 1 ( 14 ' R. Jr.
Muir Varrviuut et Beata sad eh. • tt ealesele aa4 Retell
dealer IA Oak and ilemloek •N'le '..ither, French arid A aserieeke.
Sties, Marrs/era, Linter, Headier*, Kip. sad Spills, Thread
IV•bs, Larete, Laataar, tialliessa, liatamora,
Pierer*. Haar, Teel; Ter, Neil*, kr A aerials !fleck &ASS
tiasept, tars Pa
la., k i.n amr W mid *nail Dmitri in Stogy ea, Ltottmr
War. err , :hate stmt, Late, Ta.
S. A. DA'fiNiillifT,
ATTUkNAT AT LAW .0111 CO newly. oppOlito the new Court I h. 14.010.
/ate, Ft. 42
CANAL NILIA, ERIlt, PA.
.1.1. 11 KS 14. JAC:NAOS, Wholevale and Heidi Man t. fart LI r., . t
11-0(12 CORN, Ileli,d4, MILL-FLED, Blia.V, ye, 4f'
1. • , '..1 pititi for . kinds of Grata LS
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.... Park Hall.
4 LARGE. and ....mood:our 11411 for Concerts, leetanakand Pub
lie Ileytings of all kiwi., East side of the Park. Enquire at
the 13anisins Oleo of If Saaord k Co, No 9, Reed Houle, Erie,
Erie, Sept 27, 1914. i tau
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NEW YORK & ERIE RAILROAD .
Cl 4l4l4 f ' !t l.l atDUNFt ais : jnl : 6li t..'„. adarve KRata,ot.e;lllor
ing hours, ILI
WEST ARP 1101. s n Array CAE nr.tßu Bur Nr,- • LI Lia I'
flunlmkluffEx., at 11:00 Y }:,;pros..x.„ / Steaullont}:,;pros.as 4:1.....a
Mall No at lt•ld • it Nail at 7i 4 lu r w
Night Et n, at 12 - 04 •• Night !apnea, at 4140 rrt
Emigrant, at 9:00 .• ,Cinelmiati !spry e r, at 10 . M1r-s
Areommo 01l at 960 r 0 4toet -'Prep , at 19 We , it
6 Teat . 1,
at WOO •.x.Freaglit An. 2, , at „1:1 S p.ll
at 4OS r.x •• No 4, at 4:::.. w
NOT .—The "Emma. Ralf" mount. , at flornyllireille with
Erpros Trani for New York. HOMER RAmsog LI
New York, Ma" 23, IS - 4* —11: Prnident.
Buffalo Si, Erie' Railroad.
1.7 2 11 1 11 1 IMliggi
41 4 old aft.e Mondar, Jul 7 8. hammer 'halms - TM h-w,* Eric
N.„," 4.9 Irvilma•
1 30 A. M., Night Expresa, stopping at liestGehl, Dunkirk.
Silver Creek, connecting at Doi** and Buffalo
with Morning Express Trains for New York_
I Expresa, Mail stopping at all Mall Stations, cannel
ink at Denktrk fact Bun*. witk Express Trains tor
s 11, Clne.innai Erpreas, stopping at Wastthstd, Dunkirk
Silvercreek, connecting at Dankirk earl ilugaio
with Exprees Trains (or New York •
0 no A. M, Way Express stopping at all tail S
TICKET. , Tar Sale at the °Mee to the prin= " eaststru and
Southern cities and towns,
April, .113 1947
aMilfflll ME HMO OH!
SPRING ARRANG EMEA' T.
Trains na4hrough to Wheeling & Pittsburg.
ON and *tier ]low,. March UM. trakow ran daily . 'au
.1. s •
• 4rt orlinif It._Op e Inuit
A. It P. M.. P. IL
&Z. 2.50 L. 14
821 - 652
8.5.: 344 6..3
9.'43 4 12 6 '....
10. 3 4:54
11 44 -
12-tll 6 36
12 43 --
120 . 3'
9 Lite& t.s.,‘
9:00 1 12
11.0 i.B a. 4.5
1.2.20 6 36
rata /eked/ Se. Philadelphia : 44 a 11, /Wirers* s.ta, R ales--
burg 5t2.24. Arrives at Bayard at 10.20, oonneletatig with Train
pa Idata Line, tor Cleveland, Pittsburg and Whaettag. lasses
Bayard at 146 ►. n. , on arrival of Train trona Clorelaad, Pitts
burg and Whewbac) WA, nesburg at 215 r Y. Arrives at Cover
at COO, and liter Philadelphia at 10 r at.
or No change of Cara between Cleveland and Pitudig r ,
Wheeling and littat►ttrg.
The Trains connect at Pittsburg with the Parnsflrania Railroad
tor Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York and Boston.
At Steabunrille with the Steubenville and Indians Rutland for
Cada, CoshietenNewart, Columbus and Cincinnati.
At Wheelie : lg With Retinfore and Ohio Railroad for Cumber
laud, Fred rickaburg, Wesh ngton and Baltimore. Also with "tea
more far Marietta, Parkersburg awl twists en aka Ohio River.
At Illeveland with the Lake MICRO and Cleveland k Toledo Hail
roads for Buffalo, Niagara nabs, Canada and New York: Toledo.
Chicago, Burlington, Rock Wand Davenport Galena, liacike, Uil
eaukee. gt Paul and North west.
nr- Tickets on be paraboloid of the Office on lbe Line, also at
all the principal Ticket Offices of the various counecUng Roads.
rir Fare as /ow as by any ether Route.
Superlateedant's 0111.. C. k F' IL 1L,.) 4
Clereland,,lfarch 6,18. F.
1951-- , BVMMER A RitAMOEMENT.---1857
OfAN and after Aurae 9,1057, and until further notice, Posen:wet
' Tritium will run v follows, etz •
LEAVE CirSIMLA PM,
9 in A. M. Mal Tads stops at ail Way Stations except Wlelsiute, 1
Nem, Cnionvill. abd. Saybrook, and arrive at Erie
1 2.6'P. 11, Dunkirk 11 AS P. M. Bellekr 63) P. 11. - I
4 26 P 6) Cincinnati Express Thus steps at Palneeeille Astita•
Lula, and O r krard only, and arrive* at Friel 61 P Y.
Dunkirk 9 22 P. y. Buffalo 10 50 P. W.
9 3.. l' IC Night Express train !deposit Painaville, A46.11,1/lA,_
_ Conneaut aad awe molly, sad arrives at Erie 3 ;11111
A. M. Buffalo 606 A. M.
LIM •IL sett,
1. Jo - A ui Night ErprP•ll train steps at Girard, Cernssesit, I
askitaula, Madison and Painevill• ord., and Wires" i
cleveland 4 20 A. L.
11, 44, A )4 XA.II Train stops at all Way Stations except Say-
brook, I.7aitioviDe, Perry, Mentcirand Wickliffe and
arrives atiClrnaland at 2 110 P. M.
149 P. M. linings Train stops at Ottsri, Cosiseaut,,Atht
and Painesville only and arrival at Cleveland 5 Oii
All of the through trains Weetenucteconnect at Cleveland I
with taus RR Toledo, Clelesca. Jibes, Ciacianati, ka, lee 1 '
And -al - IMF Through traini ring Esurt*zrd connect at Dunkirk
'Mb the M. Y. k E. R. 11 and at Wolk& with lboea of the sew
York Cambial and Venal* and : 4 1•.. Seek City Railroad*.
Offlee Of C k E: R. R. W. lorrrwartAm.
Jane 16, 1861. till t Sup' t.: I
-4 4 va kacz k:%.
!)„, .• was o;
.BMlNllSModirring thaw Wotan to Uwe Public, User sere tho
pOsied, sad Ole Proprietors aall DOW coaildedtly re
eome= l“ tbela se a serf M kaacti_y for
=PALLING WORKS FROM THE STVXM.
They contain no Calomel or Msterarz any forum, or any other
Injurious ingredients, and may be given the youngest Infest *'!ti
parted safety The Wafers ass tree the objections to gloat
other Terwalarai, as they are . TO TUE TASTE.
dren VW out them AI PM4llj CIDD,"dr"
Thee hasp beau Ws* pablle Ma than on. year, and within
that tip neat won for theassebnis a latattoo nagnseedented
the ameba at medicine. They are used and recotornepded by our
I=Plitlraletaai owl moat respeetabi• tansileas wait the Mae
13P. M ete c:i and sold, Wholesale shad Rasa. by
cLeax It BALnwi_
Oltdallwr Fbrien trio
ITinsiesata and Retail PasepplokZo. itsetlisatia Ps.
sTEMIII.4 I I- CO. •
Price Si Conte par Rost. Doe, 11 1-17.
Zara, Dee! utik,
Marrs. Clerk 4 'Beams --eitirime.-1 hays Ibr loos time put
ber prelerlinds year "Autrintlars Watra," God ruitaay th at
hi ray Wag preatin I Mr *err iteslid so "Colas, Phi
remedy for werme" , en the Widen prove Minneeltee to Del
itrd t bilierconeetuding tb to my triad" and relent" and .
am hairy to say in "nay butanes with re Met ineurd inociaa
Tr/ bre roar heir in 'Almelo Er% opertissaa "areal* apes
reit" at children. ?bay his. the. ir aria roe rendiessalw
las o "aresant to the that children will eat them as readily
oe candy.", Owing pertirrnalty acquainted with their composraw
unbailtatinsly arroser tree tb• beet worn arpoellk sow it=
and It aim be adreistered ao the rarer teller with
I .o t eonlideutly receaumedd them to the patinunp of
r te rebtle. P. PAULINE* Y. D.
Per Islets Stood by J, A. White and Nazi S. Purr: Wur•
by Deep it Cr arbor* by R. R. Pry and
Pruett; Mittel** by S. PP Weelearyi Lodireri by
J. * Darer
and Win. 'Pylon A Sara by DmillibM4 Flower, Crieri by J. N.
Pay; Saiiaglehl Z Rawls Ivy Wra.H. ftwoomakirestlllpribelod
At Riley Potter; Painted, by FL Man North Ear* .Jonas
Jewett, and by IManiste generally.
■. L. Low
MCA 111144—A ray AMIN orrlSoie a Claciriefitttakiror CrWl& . '
II ramedilams, now opining sad for &o at
li.zie. NV eO. IRO. 111.24:110rt
El:titscg rue sod For eo, *: a rlirrOt arrorbmeot o-
W and Willow Ware. to lft" pikuk vow,
wth. he- , kr.. at J. J 11118TOFF Fir sacfs.
5 tra i l Clasissati Saw oarot - lime *a load st . Olo. 6
Roll 6 & br ids )),
K. N. BROWN, :4,,
Vt: low Creet
4 mtlitee Fvri
M ,, itesier
F.TATION". Ta.aixs Amin" s
T I:SCA 11A WAS BRA NCII
J. DI:RAND, Suet
& ERIE R. R.
age, ■ pnet drouniap, '
K.& rise buoy 'm warp wad W 1604.
reee'd a Uncial', eaotbiet poet
'a the " 6►4a vett Übe red
• )0,.. I wad it, sad Ms Warty
►uwray heart will' umisairtaaso dal;
(Jai at eaddlawod Illtbad round sae,
bearalb goy law
.04 wt tooth., 144 f !pig t00t644r
,nt.411,4 agosti 411 accents wild,
4 .irbielov44ry otalleard pamion
bid 11 .P.1. ttouettaraa
rOem L tollonll rho swallows tarttrriag
L'aderarattl tar rabwi eves,
tillOtiOghlog *lout d WII lii
(p astwag thd.mple learss •
Th., ► 14•aa'd tbe posts drearataa -
Bleu d bes luny warp sad wool •
lad I wept a ar awns dr treason:4 ,
th, 4 . 4,0 fell Go tiby roof
Qtl !wire - ttliscrilanti.
AIL P.ll Y M
1115 a; L. 30
161 E, 3,44 843
917 3-13 s•ra
. 146 650
12 49 554
'll 60 5.13
'll 64 4:67
11 . 32, 4:45
11 16 4.30
10 651 4:10
Yr.s, very beautiful' `s,
N ,, t the beauty that fade in years; not the
white Hoek, and rosy cheek, a klieg eye,
and ruby lip, and all that sort of loveliness that
poets praise, men love, and talk of dying for.
Nothing of that kind was the 'beauty of Clare
Glen She Ran tall and nobly formed, with an
eye that commatided your worship Her cheek
*as brown, her lip was rather pale, her forehead
was not high, her hair wait black as midnight.—
I Gan not well describe her to you so that you
can nederstand her beauty. If you were to ask
me any one of the ordinary questions about it 14
should answ,r N 0 Was she gracefully" No
—but •to Ca:, mapl-t it. Had she a small hand?
No—hui her band .was of shape, and color, and
was our whom, it! brst in a crowded aasetn•
bly, you would pause and ease at with admires
tion and re , pert; whom, seeing alone, you would
feel the tecopottion almost. irresiitiblo to spring
forward to, awl ',IIF. r how before her as a superior,
or clasp• in yout arras as a magnificent woman
Do you understand tut:' NO? Well, I can not
make it better (late Glen was beautiful
Close by the old house in which she lived
there was a glove of trees—old trees, elms, oaks,
and hickory—large old forest monarchs, through
t,wbose leafy boughs titu starlight scarcely pent , -
' trate& ..Nly own home was on the nth? : side of
the grove, and as iaLwas in 1 lonesome 'country
place, 1 had no fear of walking there alone in
the evening, or cf crossing it to see my friend.
.I had a Inver T, plain Elisabeth Gordon,
had a lorer whom I loved But Clare bad none.
We confid.,l much in each other, I telling her
all my lovifami all my bora I bid been a sad
child, almost always sick, almost aleays thinking
of death Twice I had looked into the grave so
closely that the smell of the damp mould came
into my nostrils, and' I did not think it chilling
or revolting By this you may judge of my
mental condition Latterly I had been more
happy, and when there came to the house one of
Joy father's friends, who spoke gently to toe and
looking kindly into my large brown eyes (foe I
bad fine eyes,) I loved him. There is One who
knows how I loved and bow I love him.
3:66 7 46
MP, 7 1.3
.11 Su 61.0
He was nearly forty, educated in the schools
of the world, an accomplished scholar, a splendid
man. . Ms form was erect, manly, and noble;
his face exceedingly fine, commanding reepeet,
and his whole carriage that of the thorottg,ly mr:
fined geritleman It was strange that be spoke
an gently to me, listened so kindly to my peevish
ways and wishes, yielded so to my whims.
I bad loved none before but Clam and my fa
ther. I was that father'i only child, and ism
motherless. go my heart went out to ley lover
with unri-oratoed affection After I knew that
he hived roc I was brought very low again by
sickn• ss, au I now the grave was terrible, and
the thought of going all alone to lie ir. the old
cburel, %gird was a hurror l can not tell of.
Ht- I. co raved rue. ft was that and only
that I clung to him, %nil clung to life for him.
lie was so good to sue, lie held me in his arms,
and laid his hand on my forehead, and smoothed
1 batik toy damp hair, and touched his lips to my
' thin temples, sod—i shall go mad to tusbt if I
recall that hour of bliss when they told me I
was to live and :ice- for him!
,Let me go on with lay story W. We
were to he married in the fall. I w aled one
summer (vetting across the grove to see Clue,
and show her all I dared show her of a letter I
had from him tlyit day, promising to be with ttii
the pay mornttig Old Jupiter offered to go
me as I pawed the servant'a quarters, but
I won . not ',et him. I,bati pleasant thoughts
for safe d and company, and I weal along
singiag I. a Lo w tone to myself; for I had no
Voice for sung at agy time, bgt could please my
self, if no one else, by humming,ower old fuses
as I swot sb.ne- Be used to ask me to sing for
hint, ton I neve* had the courage. -
And .4 I went into the dark -wood, and the
sharp chirp of the eriekerts sod the erica of In.
see, e drowned my voice end my step. • A tut 'bud
&ply J brer4 a yoke eloee to meine Antes',
joet before me, nod it thrilled thron g now l it wu
90 tam his voice I remember the ords we ll
even to this ,lay They were situ p, aintimati
ing words. hut the tong-.was not to be mistaken.
''s' Yes. I will rn tuber it."
" And not forget?" ,
1 e No, no. TrOt me thus much forever,
1 Clue." _
And ttteu just before use !saw two persons,
sod iiit,be dial darkeeva I saw one draw the otbet
close dbwu to her sild lift up her bead, and—it
was a long, a very long kiss they; exr.hoogod;' I
wondered people could kiss tan lons. I bad saver
tow Lloo 144ssouri Democrat.
IKE RAIN UPON THE ROOF
U 1 lke FRANCIS U YwL
Year. eeo 11011 the 1.0. M.
Mat lta ►a eetueee hOgehl (tall.
lrrehu. • to the Talley
Marta alien. floe'd the spring LlOll nil
I rat to road, but not to feeding •
t or the Mil drop net, 611.
• • er my bead with pattering mame•
lint it people'• umnery's hallo
tl,th the old familiar beet,
.41 and troasrured lung ago,
rr , .ared now, . In lifes springotinte,
For my heart no ehange can know
And I h • *ague my childhood,
la the llama br , far array,
the aondlaed, orchard, ',Aki0...4,
Ith mi playmate., AWL at Om
I'hrn e.y gee boo, pnow the pillow ,
lioldlue all the. world aloof ,
iliremoutg momtly, at I !Mama
therrain Upo,ll the root
F• - ert lathering drop that hillieth
Rea u& lidni an iiihners tread.
urines; Measures of mere,
Tu tb.teesrt heap and had
lloartuet.thisagnits of years . •
Pheasant soothing* for to-stay,t
tamest loogiop tor to•morroa - ,
11-4ings for the far laws)
For f know, each drop that failistla
•ari to bites the thirsty earth.
serel to bud and blossom,
hrtoging all things into liirth
- tin• radiant Liw, that scattereth
•,1r •a with pr xrf
4 4 a seed-thile sod a harvest,
rio theist& upon the root
. Pluto Heirpf. ftkl
$1 50 A YEAR, iT ADVANCE.
SATURDAY MORNING, AWUST 15, 17.
JI I t i I 'to
been kissed so; and yet I .tit veered ati
if be were forced a little, and she held trim
is her elm" longer than be -NW.
I paused. It was so steasge:— . Clue had no ,
told me of this. Clue bed a laver and I did
not know RI Wbo mould brief I will not
deny that for an instant one wild thought of who
it might' b.. well nigh killed hie; but the next•
moment the impossibility of that was se mini
fest that T forgot it, only the hitt had so weakest.
ed me that I sat down on the ground, and they
I walked back homeward:" It hurt me that
Clare bad kept this secret, , I would not go
to see her that night; but neat morning I
went over and told her f all I bad seen
and beard, and she listened Wady, and told me
when I was through that she was unable ibesoto
explain it, but would some sinte-r-lia d I was con
tent with that, I trusted Quo so fully then.—
But the time never came, and I,have not known,
and do not to this day knnti s , 'who it was that
walked in dab wood with ears that August
'Taoism only—but 'nit a litfht.
I was married in Weber, mad went abroad.—
For four years I wandered with my basbaat—
He was the kindest, best of men. I hail so wish
ungratified. Every thin; dip-luxury could in.
vest or wealth purchased, foe we true very
Wealthy. My father bad died, leering see a
itt fortune, and my husband was already
Our child was bo►s is Flossince, and died in
Rome Alas the day whew little Claiw's eyes
closed on the sunshine that dame pooling its
morning light over the limb* Rill 1 We buried
her a little way from Shelley'agrave. You know
where that Is, doee to the upper wall of the
cemetery. Her same, toe, ins Written is water,
in many tears, on her little tombstone.
Clare—Ohre in heasbo! looweit thou thy
mother's pain and sorrow bare?
We "came home in the spring after that, and
in August we were at Raratqlpt. Clare Gies had
married and old man, and wolf Clare Gay. She
might have reversed it sad tolled herself
Clare, for she was queen of that mummer's gaffe.
ties in Congress Hall. Her husband was an
valid, and cared little bow his wife amused her
self, and alt made the days sod weeks go merrily.
It was so pleasant, lo inspiring, to see her. I
was too we ,k and feeble to do more than look at
her; but when he helped me out to the drawing.
room in the weenies. I would sit in wonderment
and Siimiratioa as she (moped it se. (midi,
among mem those MUMS where well known the
, country over.
He never left my aide, my kind and faithful
husbaod, but stood at sty chair all the evenings
through, and talked to fee, balling me the name*
of. all the people, and little stories about them,
that whiled the time away deliciously. &the
times I would look up at him while be talked,
and see him looking anon the room at her, sad
his eyes would 811 with that smile I so loved
as be looked down to me sod caught my looks—
! Ouess I saw on his face a look of pain, as Clare
waltzed with a stranger, and [ said to him, "Clare
is imprudent, is she Dar and he replied, with
a strange emphasis, "Fors*, worse, I fear—mach
worse.' It frightened me, for I loved Clare as
! my sister, but a parsing fit of pain called off my
attention, and r forgot it then.
'My rooms were on the Brat floor. The windows
opened on the broad veranda. We had always
adopted the European custom of sleeping in sepa
-1 rate rooms. I would have it so, for I was very
restless, and every motion would disturb him.—
II had learned, too, to swisiessitiy , moans of pain,
far ali w00...:4 1 breasu..k." t
my rwmal .111 a° instant
reminded we of . that
n i g h t in t h,. „Id wools, for it was the same
"I will u.i, Clare
" You will not?"
"So help me li id, never! Hetueusbor your
promises to me, your vows to him "
" You dare—you dire—"
I heard her voice choking with passion, a
quick step along the veranda, and all was still
It started me, and I spoke aloud. He was in
the room before my voice had ceased to soubd,
sod at my side. His band soothed my oohing
bead. It never was so 000 l on my forehead, be
fore, and I fell asleep with smile on my fees.
A few days after that Clare Gay's husband
diet He was very old, and disease had torn
him out They buried him at Saratoga, my'hus
baud taking charge of all the arrangements.—
By his will Clare was left very rich. She went
home with u 4, and we were agsin In our old
places, with ! the grove between us. ,
I had never told my husband the ineitent of
my seeing Clare with some one in the g_tove un
til now. lie made light of it, and said she had
perha4s bad more lovers than I know of, sad ao
it passed. I grew stronger as winter came on;
I could walk and ride with comfort. January
found inc a new person. ' and one evening I said
to old Jupe that I would go over to the ether
house if he and Bill would walk with me. They
followed; and in the middle of the wood I heard
those voices again. Did they haunt the old
" Never, never, Clare!"
" As there is so Avenger, yeti shall I"
" I tell you it is impossible. Yon do dt
understand how firm this resolution is. Will
And I let them pass on, but this time I sat
down shivering and weak A terrible fear name
over me—terrible because I could pot under
etand it Jupe saw me sinking, and shunted,
"Mia. 4 Lissy's gwioe to faint," sod the sent in
stant my hu4bund rushed up the path by chief►
I had come, and I beard hint way,. "How Could
you be so imprudent, dear wife!" and then I
fainted in hie arms.
I was sick s long time and itrtheapring Clam
and he took ins off to 'Saratoga vain. Clara
had been untiring all the wilier W , niiki and
had lived in the house, *hutch!" up kir obis to
give me her every moment. When I betas to
think of something besides my owd 'petit sod
some; and to look at my babe with rematching
of a mother's tenderness, 1 observed a acreage
coldness between my husband and Clare.' He
seemed to.wish her out of the house, and jet he
was always . kiud to her, and spoke very OltUy,
and called her Glue, as of old. When wit were
it Saratoga the seise thing contlesed. ;i oas
not'exaetly define it, but it wee evi4ant litzeem.
sod at the same ;441 began to tamer, Wit his
mos rugged, setteist„tretite was yielding.
fitightetuld me.- 4. wad *a this sad pas, ?tad I
bed not noticed it. , 4-1 was so selfish is my mew
dimes, and he so igaid, wroth* so devoted! I
believe posh teg did so omit to mire me sui that.
I I grew better fioeriy whet I was to had that
he seeded uty help. le July j was wit afd•
stroag;' aid 'bough I perhaps mar sate the
one to write it I. had rous to toes tomititul
' woman. Ilitallbit spi hops, thieved and
gladdeoed my twee 1 was a sew penis* aid
new my husband idolised me. It was Webtious
summer. Boob were the tabled boerrg joy
when God's was loved' men's daugetiiru-t-brief
realisatioos on eii - th of supernal pleasures. •
The end hastens. Helm deed. my ba*isil
died August the 27th, 18— . I writs It kith a
firm blued, tlioufh the ds is it terror to too when,
it comes back ow:4 year,
lb died suddenly. Clare,wiui married to the
Hestia G—os the 20th, and sailed at Mail*
the seat day. My busbaad sash rapidly' Moak
the liellhtgairit the meth, sad es Isel Woad'
The following aoeoant of the manner of fish.
log on the Chaim river Min, is ti Lient
Its we passed under the massive blocks of
grey granite upon the foaming breast of the ris
jug tide, and shot out into the expanding river
beyond, we Ise, a low raft of bamboo moored
under the lee of the heavy
,piei to our paddle,
and five duck•like birds, which we at lace lung
hied to be 40010 of the celebrated "fishing cor
morants" of the East. We also imagined that
this might be our only opportunity for witnessing
their singular mode of fishing, and consequently
stopped in the hope tit the. Chinamen would
gratify our cariosity. We were not d,issppointed.
Soares had we "rounded to," when he reach
out his hand towards the birds, the nearest of
which at once waddled up to him and stepped
into his open palm. Re now smoothed his
feathers with the right hand, but his mouth to
his arched neck for a moment, and then put him
-upon the edge of the raft. There the bird dip.
Ped his bill into the water once or twice, snap
ped his head frees side to side, shook his tail
several flirts, and ended by diving,suddenly into
the turbid water that washed his feet.
tad raft, *meg thew feathers, switentog weir
tails, and looking altogether quite cool and rem
fortable. After being down from ten to fifteen
seconds, the shams explorer bopped suddenly
out of the water with quite a good wised fish in
his mouth, swam to his muter, gave up the half
swallowed prise, and hopped upon his knee,
where he shook himself while the fish was being
put in the basket. His master then stroked
him down as before—much to his apparent de
light—whispered again in his ear, and placed
him once mere upon the edge of the raft.
Again he dived, and again be came up with a
fish. He then underwent a similar process of
caressing, and was axee more placed upon the
water's edge. Now, however, fortune seemed to
have left him. •He bad no fish when be arose
after a 'protracted /become, and seemed at a loss
what to do. He carded himself around in the
'water several times, keeping his auk eyes fixed
on his master's as if asking permission to try
again. Suddenly the latter made a motion with
his hand, and down he went. When 4 alone
lap he brought quite p..large fish—eight inches
long, say—which straggled violently, as though
surprised at the uuttsbal situation in which he
found himself Hetoo was pat in the basket,
the proud eorteorant once more caressed, lial,
then placed gently id the centre of the raft, in
stead of upon its edge) as formerly.
This seemed to tell him that his 'lorries§ were
no longer required, dad that be bad acquitted
himself with eonsidefahle credit; for he moved
off to the other end if the raft with the stately
of a conqueror,
While the next in turn ad ,
van..• to supply his place. They, seemed to
regal to their moveateuta by a nod or motion of
the , , d from their staster. Cormorant No. 2
was n , as sprightlyia looking bird as his prede
cessor: nevertheleas t he brought up a fish after
the . t dive, gave flirt with his expanded tail,
I an. "swam to his mat t ter to give up the prise.—
He was taken out as before, relieved of his
mouthful, and suNituently plaoed gently oo the
edge of the raft., qtere he sat a few moments
perfectly teotioali but seewipg suddenly to
see a Soh, dropped like a piece of lead, and
nothing more was scon of him for at least fifteen
seconds. Thee id masse to tie surface with a
spring that took hisi almost oat of the water,
.bist having no / His notions now espreard
his disappotwomeoll most as plainly as words
amid have d 0. .. , • did not swim towards his
imixow tie formerly, t kept seulliag about in a
matt oink, with ilia bright, unsteady glance
fixed on him, at the imminent risk of twisting
off his auk. • i
The master pointid down with hie Sewer and
down ireat , the turltleeenful fisherman. Still no
Ash. .171iiiiiore,nad still no sauces. Fill la 15
be was talon back; igioa the raft, slapped soun d.
.ly so the bead sinisihronis iagrily down.; ge
iincesistaly issdisitniaks for chi) other end,
hi mr 4, 4seasismi lookin i : vary m no no w it
waddled forward; hot, hailing @sea enough, we
continued on et* ir,
_4l 4 3 4:Faluan ' iI i TOSSINEI UV" ifilV ia TS'
(MID DUNI CONSTANTIIII.—Bayard 'oiler
Felines the (0110,4 isosodere in his last let"' :
, q 4 ast' Simmer . ah Amer ei,* who was an a
visit to lit. Peters t bsig, happening to ho walling
in one of the narrate:. street, c( that moping doe
nadir dalf;ilbs,. lita suddenly met the Grand
Duke Coneuratine, . Mho sidewalk was not wide
moues for two persona to pass, and the Arent/
was deep in illth. . BOth stopped, mid nipontent's
awkward One essuni: fiaddenky tli Ameri
ma, taking &silver Aside but his pocket, shOak
it is his aimed halide, sad cried sot : "Crowe or
tilii?" . "Crewe It' r eal the grand Duke.—
i "Your highness human, said the American,
looking Ai the ronblji and stepping into the mud.
floweattnese in SIMI his dignity, while he se•
6014444 .the Dukes, ' brought him an
Witt** 4w Ba l i yto dist with the Wow."
~,.. p. e - •
his eye, in pone. His arms were arouad me
when be die—elose gonad me; I lay on his
breast; I soaM trot, bold \ his in mine, but he
ids gonad my sock itad said in a low
whisper, "My wife, Ltsaiii, believe—believe this,
whatever you hear when I no gone—believe
that I loved you only, faith‘4ls--0117—°41.1,
Remember that to be tempted is not to sin.—
Dear wife, yen are most beautilal-,--most beauti
ful." 'sod wkisperiag• words of love that I
"mitt sot writs hers for all ayes to qvad—no,
not few worlds, those precious words—he ceased
to breathes" hp eased to speak
They did try to make me doubt him. Here
is a latter Clu seat me afterward—see if there
could ;be baser_ pettily than this—she whom I
loved as a eider—ell my life long--she sent me
this letter; false, for he told me it would be (slew
with his last, lest wbisper.
" Yon shall know It It it killsyou—l loved
hint, and be loved me. I will not have you liv
ing am in the Dame world with me and believing
that be was yours when be was mine. Yes,
mine. My ewe I -Whoa he first knew you in
the old hoes* I wea him front you. I tempted.
him with love, I gave him warm embraces, de
licious y, &Rams kisses. Yon were Weak,
pussy, siekly, and what did be ears for the clasp
of sat* arms' as yours? In miss be found life,
love, passion. But he harried you, you say.—
did, bat Weans. of his foolish tweed of duty
He war faithful to you after that,yon think.—
Ay, he was, because he led you of to be away
heta m. temptations. Had he staid at home
we wou ld hive been damned together. But I
my be lovpd me, and when be would not fly with
me I killed hint by lying from him with
And, muclit iu nore of the same kind.
;Bat I have 'tk in him. It is a blessed thing
this same fait , I see now how she sought to
make him ble_herself, and bow be half yielded,
hamen-like, aniTiow he bravely overcame the
temptation. He was temptid and did not fall,
and I love him* with the more devoted love now
that 1 know all the Barley!
As for Clare, I kw nothing of her. My
child' is taught pe* for -her as one of the
tempted that fell, butt may be saved yet through
HOW TENT CATON. YISHIII UM:NA.
" C2l- 0 I "r _ "
TOWN • dime, Dr,
Asti yam Imp It
Nat ao catty, tltteDl,
" Gip lt."
. Out y bJ sad by,
• Yoa mat ehases IS AID—
Ttleyelt • God. an MO ;
And yon know It
You deintud sod chest.
♦nd you know It,
tfli eta Phut, with wheat
" do It "
Usly, those's• plum,
Whoa you nut your awe,
Shams will sell your lace
Dare you show It.
You tom ulna/pod the poor
fwd yoickaow it;
gad. their sorrow *are—
Yowler trriaklod crone
Shall before the throws,
AA roar dna oak* Forms •
Hai Toy mot her cold,
81siverring sod old,
From the crazy wall,
Ready it to fall,
la the snow storm seat,
• ' Whea for lack of mot,
Tears she gas • sad matt
You--for helmet—a wan
/11k1 WWII ergo you gold,
And you show It
leartki your probes tol.l
God your tiokt eau rust,
Turn his rime to dust, ,
Ask you lor your trust,
Can you show It((Nike Britsckl
In the English papers reeeived by the late
arrivals from Bur Ope, we find narrated some after
scenes in the ease of Miss Madeline with, tried
at Edinburgh for poisining her !Over. visa
Smith's conduct after her release was in ken.'
with her deportment during the trial: She ex
hibited, it is said, the same nonchalance, eriti
eised freey the pleadings of counsel, and 'pro
nounced the presiding judge "a tedious old
min," in his summing up. A ruse was practic
ed by her legal agent to get her away unobserved
after the trial. A girl about the same stature
ae Miss Smith was procured to personate hoer,
and dressed in garments previously worn by Miss
S., the girl was borne, avid the pressure of the
crowd, to a carriage, and driven off at a rapid
weed, followed by the whole crowd of curiosity
mongers. Miss Smith, accompanied by her
brother i and another young gentleman, thou de—
parted quietly for Glasgow, where her father re
Her father, it. is said, refused to see ber, and
it ie believed she has ere this, taken her doper.
Lure for s foreign ooaetry. Her mother is in a
dying condition, eased, it is - eupponol, -by the
'Wane and terrible grief felt for - her dangtar's
position. Au enterprising London exhibitor of
wax works has placed a full length figure of Miss
Smith in his crolteetirm at rho Crystal Pala",
and the likeness is said to be perfect. Miss
Smith's father is a strict religionist, and brought
tip his daughter to the observaitat of all the foram
of cis faith; but as she reached womanhood she
cast aside, it is said, religions books, and nor.
rupted her morals by reading with insatiable
`avidity the worst and most immoral class of
thusun h d er enn io in k ecl ev , the up
ueee W ori hi t l y s
o h f er h
l e u r e po ra rtro e u re obliged
4. •.•P,....f .4. - •• s • •
it is related of her that on the day
— before • fi g et
nth away from her father's house, after L'Asis..
lier's death, she was closeted with the pastor of
the church ttr which she sat, conversing with
him with a view to obtain a "token," or certifi
cate for the sacramental table. She is said to
have been a great favorite with the old clergy
man ever since she was a little girl, and used
since he became old and infirm, to call on him
frequently, to read to him
In explanation of the cheering which followed
the announcement of the verdict "Not proven,"
it is stated that there was extensive and heavy
betting on the result; and that the winners could
not repress their joy at their owe good look:
Among the most conspicuous in the demonstra
tions of applause was a young medical student,
who shouted and danced in an ecstacj of joy.—
It was subsequently ascertained that he had men
about thirty sovereigns by thc verdict. Miss
Smith's defence cost .£4,000 or twenty thousand
dollars. This sum, and more, was subscribed
by a few Glasgow merchants. One old bachelos
put his name down for ♦ thousand pounds. The.
firm to wbish Mr. Minuoch, her ascend choice
belongs, offered a like sum, sod so did a rich
uncle from whom she had. expectations bus
at the time the subscriptions were , Made
the facts developed on the trial were not known.
The Dean of the Faculty; wham) defence of the
accused is lauded ewtraysgently, and whose ad-
dress to the jury moved to admiration all who
beard it, received $1,250 as a retainer, and's
"refresher" of £7O, or $B5O, every morning of
the trial. The junior counsel associated with
the Deao received in all, for his iervices,
or .two thonsand dollars. Regarding Miss
Smith's guilt, opinion is still divided. Of course
she asserts her innocence in the most earnest
manner, but whether innocent or guilty, she is
suffering the penalty of her fall from the paths
of virtue.—N: Y. Sun.
A ROM ANTIC MALRIAGE AND ITS RND.-7
Young ladies of a roe:pantie turn of mind may
derive some wholesome experience of,the misery
wbish awaits ill.-sorted marriages, from a cue
now beibre the Paris tribunals, in which a Mad.
ante Obabre seeks to be divorced from ker .bus-,
band, Monsieur Chabre, alias Lightning. The
lady, it appears, is the daughter of a noble Bel
gian family, and was s)me years 40 possessed
of beauty, youth, and 47,200 sterling. , It hap.
p.sned that, while visiting the famous Circus of
M. Ttijeau, at Brussels,: she fell desperlid4.;
love with the clown of bu seteblialuxient; sur
named Lightning, probably from the insrvelons
manner in which be biased away. She followed
the' interesting object of her passion to Pietas,
where she anti Lightning were united in the holy
bonds matrimony. But the ungrateful claws,
after spending tt's property ,brought to him by
his ate wife, deserted the hitter; and daybed
away with a young lady oonneated, with Frau.
%lora, wiiinie talents in jumping through paper
hoops cuptilsated his masked wind. .
Strecomia (lass ..- Thera is is bur borough
the meet singalu ease of nervous 'meltability
(if slab it *ay be Billed ) ion child that we brie .
ever come 'across. It ii that of iiiedefeliew
about four years of age, who 401 bet aile+ii'h'tm
to'be dressed. Wheneetteirii
tempts to put clothes on himi bo screams terti
bly, Tins, out of mud s bones ,
the bins, where he tempos fom. livery .
effort to ans.' a.naw,pair of shoos or ",ny garment
whisk children are gegen** pleased) on
him, is resisted with sU 6is power ; and it forest
to submit, he mom to suffer the mos& csoessive
pain, sad on one or two occasions webelieve 'file
gone isle eoavalsione: He usually wear. 14:
sight-slip, and Whoa his mother witheirdlio changb
it, she is coutpelleil to do it wind he bishop.—
His parents are unable so amount forthis *asp
freak.-4Nouoeue (As.) Democrat. • •
4 !API ! J !IV!!
From tbe Pliti;44 - Oda Preen.
A few weeks ago, Eagland t was startled by th e
intelligence that- as enterwise revolt in the Indi
an army ha& doeurred, and this th l etelontinuanee,
the very ezisteoee of British sway in4lindostan
was it, !i 4n tsifijekt p l eat 41Pitidly,.lint forcibly
enough, did a London journal thus describe the
crisis :—"Otyr house in 'lndia* 'm Are. We
are not lesured‘ freloesllisfahouse would be to
lose power, prestige, and aka:eater—to descend
in the reek of rations, and take 24 petition more
is eseerdanoe with our siseen Om map o(.gurope
than with the grammes of oar put glesy and
present ambition. The fire must benetisagnish
ed et any eost. All ordinaryermaidermlions give
way before the greatness - end satkistuesesaif the
danger!' Mauler journal, arguing.thanßritish.
troop,. should be sees to India without ielier—bs
the - overland route; if nesessarys,---siddiro "It
will be time to inquire into the. amatinuf the
inntitt) , byand-bye ; we do net specidatetow a
fire originated, when the question It .where to
run for the fire-engines; at elieventsr, we procure
the fire-engines first." -
Let us state the facts, as hr as they have been
communicated co the British nation ;—for it is
the principle and practice of the British Govern.
went to keep book information, when Be 'being
made known would inconvenience the &blend's.
So constantly end consistently is this Setae of
half confidence kept up, that iifficisi d- •„„„1 - -
political or military, are usually trio - . ' );!wl".` , •
story, with unpalatableand tow . .ts
glosed over, to throw dust in the eyet,pf the
poo t tle„ and the other, for the private iaktepetion
of • Cabinet, stating the ea* in mere tretlifid
terms. Soreetimen, when such a ski, ipuble
dealing person ae Palmerston is at the-!sled of
affairs, there is $ third end "most private," de,
vetch for his own partieular_peruml., -.-, \-
Lass Iday, two regiments of astiee,ishintry
(Sepoys) were disbanded foe iasubordiestion.—
Soon after, anotherregimint, quartesed,-04Luck
now, refused to use anew • deaniption.ai cart
ridges served oat to them,--ideetswieg that pig.
grease, the touch of which -was- prohibited by
their stringent rates of (VIVO., was sted4tveraking
the cartridge paper. This corks left theotarade
ground in a body, canrif - theirhwasikets with
them, litzt - Str Hiutty Ihthittros ) ther - teiritish
' oilleerobtoiesn.fing the dlstriet; turned evittery
of artillery against the" mutineers': - tAkelled
them to lay down their arms, and e6nfitietthem
to their quarters, disarmed and 'ineiitahle of
mischief. At Meerut, end other 'places, the Se
pOys also refused to receive the eartridtir The -
first company who showed.' . this Insubbrriation
were dismissed on the spot, and hen& their
arrears of pay. This welt, in truth, is; ran
encouragement. The authorities saw 014e : error,
and when another company cunt out,nerested
and placed them in durance vile, - 4,,C10t days
after this s poem' revelt tookplitee. The bu
ngle* were set fire to. 'Thu "tylvet: end
Of European soldiers - wens inaiiSitered. Tie Eu
ropean oiftoen were shot ddin• - 13.4,rtiltily step
could he takert,by the =amities, ulloyzative
hreginteutqr—artillery, savair,,,inf.giutri, lap
-1 pees !Lad minas—were in is i 4 In NA, fn,,Pelta .
Arriving there the awed iv, sad e g out
off the atty, they isdneed these. restireenbso m oil
are =fumy, ant one of artillery„ ta.tturn out
and murder their' European °Seem 41.. few of
these escaped, but the reek with their mites and
daughtersi, were slain. The inwargente then
entered Delhi, murdering every anapeenerithin
reach, seizing the bank and its trausse, and
ry s hiewaried_the anneal indAssereine,
Witmer* . nest prieneLlillingu'aid
so 4 the late morn simperer ; -4. a. it.i.' e and
of liiiii--‘-it would seem urinal itiewill—
for - was from a oommuniestiou weide-by him
shut the British authorities et Ages fisielieud
of what had marred. lurusediste etspir were
taken to crush the revolt. Brithh troop' were
collected from sit quarterewitbin reetdl:" 'Sever
al of the native princes promised their %brio the
British, and appear to have soled wilt' good
faith. Nartiallaw was proclaimed in .thiPMee
rut and, Delhi districts ' In ordei . TO TAO! the
prevalent ;ales that the Government conttinpla-
Led the conversion of the naticeifiti Christianity,
notice was given disavowing any melt *post.
At the ditte of the latest despatches i Vitish
troops On Jane Et) bad encountered rebels
Welds the walls of Delhi, driven theefblielt into
the city, taken twenty-aix guns from YI4 , oc
cupied ill the beigt . itS outside •Delb,r sal *ere
prepared or preparing to 'besiege lbeti.` 'm—
Genersl Ansou, commander- in t
cholera, and was succeeded pro ten .
Henry Son/erect. At many 4
as ,1 1' Dative
soldiers bad turned eels.* the 74 . t , The
disaffection was spreading, but weir qbi • ~ •eon-.
4 ilea to ,the military. At Lahore, 0 , , . f the
native troops bad deserted, the British 4j. In
Onde and the Punjant the Sepoys contimed boy
a/. In the Bengal army, -eight regimenic had
mutinied in a month, and two had Jaecattliben:
dud. At Calcutta, the seat of Geeernment. in
British India, every pressman:on hadleesitaken ,
against an enticipated attack. ~ ,
To put down this revolt, the troops, returning
to Bombay and Piedras from the- Persian war,
term directed to proesed at ewer to . coalsneta.—
I Calvery from Bombay had been ordered twilight.
Every regiment that can be spared frenroGniat
IBMs% sad the Colonies had been intdollred to,
I India. But here arises the dilliddll."4% took
five weeks, even 'with - telegraph* iddr 2 baulibtain
' intelligence of this inenniection' fiber Milted* ;
1 it would take; st the ebertestot-initedeht to pre
, perwowai reents in Eigliod Otopetebooltation
flu Wien s e~tviob tvd,ziegeirv4iiirertili# gal&
i said appliatieet Se•ifixeta 6t -the • Asottose , route
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