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RIE OBSERVER .
rurnr SATURDAY Ai
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TATit AND FIFTH ST t.
$ p : 4 L - A N • Editor
.icaneo, or w ith %a 3 isbouthe, $t buy
pay within the yomr,-the paper will
k4t With • proper oSoer tor col•
In re 'inn nr lets make a square.
~.t .. 4. I n One square 3 taomtbs $1 cm
I to. troe " 8 - 500
i .!., tpte " 9 . 075
~...% east, Am:treble at plessary, $lO.
. „Th. I. 6 months it: 9 months, 1 , 11 60: 1
3'kr• 6 uwat4a, $36; 3
In t h e DirtletOrf Ikt $6 got annum.
ior Car.l, over 111,
and ander richt, R.
on.; notice., 10 cent , a toa,nio - advert.ar
among the 9pecial Nnticos tor le., than one
ethan reepetsing freeinent change.. ID thMr
ut tw alio ore.l tteo Kamen, paper, mid eatd, for $l5.
pare, the chain. ..11.1 he in proportion. and thr
not be otrietly eeefinee ttto lesitunete
rts twat for truttlent tdrertterteetits trniutre.t
IV't Yearly adeertlting will be lieteeeted halt
in 410 pee mai will be made on al)-ettropt tem
`e. • bee paid to vin are
101111 is SiIiCNNATT,
if T 4 ll Deanne In ilardwain, t..S..wiery, Gin...rano
u o 'sad 12 I.lmplre Block. Itsroar of Filth and
0, A RaIIIIICYT.
neenploil b Jim«. Silt, Esq.,
or ‘f urylt) twtrre..o th. itPrtl
Jurtlll , ll S. CLARK.
„ ~..,,o rrit.l J Ly tie ~.. _
iL ~,bOOl,, aaa4 Itetaal Dealt , " ILI every d..-
duinetilc Dry skro44%, Carpetangs. (AI
lute btrret, coffer of liftll, Ens, Pt
0.1141L0 CLOTOLMO STORE,
laa.cr alai Manufacturer In Out quality Read,
-tu4Genthquen a furnishing Goats. No. 7, Brown
et, Eno, ra
- - -
P. V. BECKEK.
Mal el 4:rowenes sag I'rogiatowa t Chan, ke. Two
' •icth !ttrret, t brapoode, Erie, Pa. 47.
WILLIAMTIIO/1141111: 4 1,
tit rum Deeds, AviktieeeLit Bon& sad Motto,
0, ic ar,te.,y and carehdly drawn. (Idea on
er J., !, u•rrest, Granary store Ens, Pa.
Prwlace, Pork, Fiala, Salt, Grain,
Sakis, Brooms, PAIL, Wooden, lVtUow
Le. Tea Cull. Yriese low. So. 4 Weighre
4..trz above the Post Office, Erie, Pa. f 7
!IMAM & WARREN.
... j klics
inEsrbanie, No. 1. o Block. Cellos
.. •nr l'r, 1 pal ORS f he United States and
•Assfedt pr“lnialy re Bank Notes, Gold'
.t sod st,d Interest paid time deposits. No
,t,e, land Warrants bought, told and located
, de knot. as
J. F. DOWNING.
.t !I +TICS OP UN PIACI. VW practical n
.0. or Ene County, and pas prompt and fallhful
rotrasied to his hands, ettliar as an,
raw, rir Oak* in EmpAre Mock, corner of
V. 1. STERRETT,
letittl Dealer' in Wet and Dry tirecertee,
th.hteetie !Fruit, Woodeu, Wll
n..gar, Ilith,l34l%;tilass, \atb,Powder, Slot t
taw 4. Frecteh , street, oppoelte the R.,ed
TIT WIDO Wit K
4:.rukau. ian.rican liardwa.to andS u tier )
r,iy, V Wes, ken and SUN', NO. 3 Reed 111)111,e,
KA. SUERS IC DICKINSON,
alto CO-parlairriadp, 'maid respectfully offer thetr.
,wei. 10 Lit* citizen. of Brie And ronnity
nil A. glno tcl.obsSetrics
- sTlita & ?AIME,
nu coil intsloir *sunAns, Dealers In Coal,lFish.
eor Ime and Plaster. Public. Dock, esst uftitst•
MAIL K At ..11.STCAL if,._ _ __,__ _
vs,a Baosse, line, l'a. Labarge allowed on
W is bo mold. d o itit h a Drafts, Checks sad Sped. , no
ught and Collections
,ysl Wee Lit the United States; wormy re
,..1 *gra responsibility. 33
Aik J. L. &THWART,
Jima aID SC aims. Oaks Stewart k Saadi".
Ad. 4 SWAB and IS•vltlith streetd Rimadotwe,
, dvor eallt n Sairenis Street
W. R. 11113141111011.11, .
Fah amerneea, Mown, Ir
o.ra of Foreign sod Doniootk Dry Good; Nom;
I/ Warren Stmts, Mrs York.
, Clll LL,
sB.►LS. YXB dlo CO.,
'4ll. D •• W la sad atm*. Dry Goods,
Cloths, ko-, No. 1 Brown's Eloek, Zrio, Pa
Purism, continue their dike la Beaty's Block,
meth si4e of the Public Nam, ere propared to
ampule with all other operators in price% Wha
ms( wort according to its quality and real value.
•I.LSN •. ClitAlli•
?lace—Office in New Block comer of ?sub
Iblie Square, Eris Po.. 62.
E.H. 11118 L
brewer to ;raw* It i limirsass4)
"if, Public &m" Wye= Sims good Room and
Pkrturw taken in the that style of tie art and
ri to 1.1. 33
TiloiLtB M. AUSTIN,
/..4g. sa omit G. Lomita 4- Ca.,)
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Spoon; Musical lo-
Glum., Lamps sod Fumy Goods, wholesale
r DULL, 16,2P.LEM.„ an CO.,
Iron /ewe, Railing Steam Bothers, Vault Doors,
rs, and all lumia hinery and Fancy Cort
i 111411, 33
M. CHAPIN, - --
tarots" Dunn—Oillee in the American Blot!,
mama Stato street and the Pablle :F•ouare, op
ium Priors misotablf, and all work watrantod.
/11. SANDFORD Ca,
Ilan, Hawk Moto; Cartitlennes of Deposit, he.
ti pnnetpsl cans constantly for mak. Ofd
'kr *lsom Eris. 33
u.- Mee, Fifth street, t few door* East of
fodrtli street, doe door East of the old
semi et or s%iiRT,
dd Dealers in Fancy Lod Staple Dry Goods and
%hi Maul Howe and briret's Hotel- 33
Lrie. Count). Pra Colleetlcate sad
s_ith predaptand and dispatch. 33
r Lit & aItOTHE
Dealers 1,11 Unapt Yedidned, Punta, 01 114
NC, 6 Died liouse„ Erse, P.. 33
run, Oleo In Beatty's Banding, upstairs,
JOHN IMAMS & CO., lleretaanta, deaena in Coal, Flour,
'r telly lima of Upper Lake Sta!mann, Public
1 4.014.316 J. 3 10KTON,
'Sam scion lisrebsat, Panitc Doek, Erie, deals"
hoar sad Plaster 3:21
s. witiva? -
sad plosion in Gold sad Silver Coin. linear.
Ir li sad Certificates of Deposit Also.
Beaisr lseiral cities in the lion, and all partied'
I for suds. Oides, Bestir, kisildlog. in the MOM
by tty A Catlin*, Sortb lode of Park as 33
EA:Lrr, e E. Grxxisos
T. it— BLAKK,
Irlsolosals sad Retail flaaler La Fnrestro and
Artiess! rtorrtra Mbar., At lira, Laces,
'tan, No 6 Itta.f. Mark, Qtat. enrol, grisr s
Intriald to I ord,tra
lEr-lir CI;LICK, ___ - ---
A Dealer. in De tneetleandlinporle4 Wiwi
al. l' , steaSen, ?mt. Pith, 01 and Arent.
.• V . 7 11..n0e,1 ti:o. k, .tit street Kne,
V. . CLARK.
. 1 0/111 w. A YUBA.
1 .9 a1d. and Mart I/valor in .H kind. at Pane y.
'^a, ' iah tad Lhatna. Vhaira v Xn._4 K.r
op-statrs In Tammany Uhll Imildidkg.
w. BRA I.K Y
Serreeo arid Fourier, Livery BeeJer, Trainer
amt ald~l mitvices to theublics. FS wall
Leuedieg, where b . will b. I.A to
Here. le the *Pet. W. C. BRALEY.
J. J. 1. 1 T .
q 2 4 .",___•• /in littd Magaziod, Cheap Pubflcor
-oolopoodu, 114,1 d Pima, Pocket CRUM', le.
lidd Rua. Eli. 22
OLD% 1: CO 4 ,
lloleyalo sod Hotta daadoora le bailsad Cis
'quality, the cemapeet lard beet Dow is nor.
haw Peach, EA., h.
.7log weld for Windy, fade or OW/cbuniff"
of due, Nen sad Pooch at,
°r pi by Hugh 400116.
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nnorhe timehmi, hied hosiers hOlPhrt hulk Goads, Powder,
Shot, Caps, Safety Fan, Tchimeo, Clash", Fish, MI, he., *r., No.
7, llocuu.ll Illnek, qt.% .t root „ Fttr 'Pa
1111wAt Vll-2l tsa otlfrooda and Shorn, tut and &HMI
dmiter in Oak and Hemlock Sol. Legal)... — .tong and American
' dither, blorrotee,loom tile. ' •noasod HgtUtz. Arend
W.Gs, Cords, I.w:eta, Lastin,.. Ilitnntart„
Plneorw. ann., Tv**, Pert N.it Lso ula trowet Sitet.
Stnitst„ tribe, Pot.
SENNETT, ii. 11411.
Iron V.LNonne, Whale..! aaltl Itotall 01.114111 la Storm Hollow-
Waal, hr SW. 111,0014, srfos,
7 NA. Imvsair4ite,
Arruaaal 1.4 w, WIWI assay upper tea $7••• Coast Haw%
daiz xaLs, 814 1.
Irbolealle arid Manafietantt of
FLOUR coal% hirtAL, 4111/LLNIPS VD, ARAN, 4-C, .C.
Ca.) poi.lf"r all IF.ln•lp of Grain, yg
.I.„,C . ii/E5106
Waat csaut and Retail ditslor la all Wads el glaallaly, dermas and
Ansfmuitt Hatay's:a, AUa View, lrea, Rai* Meal, dm,
.6adlary and Carriage Trtanaltaga, leselassa Belting seal Puling,
ThWeh kira•ly amanita the goad Fire" Eras; Pa, 15
FLIESIOK.VT )IrlllCl/01, to be found it the Nrir. Hall itiuue Store ,
French wertet, Erie, Pe, 11
J. O. BARK ille CO.,
DCALIUti in Boots and Shoes at Wholesale sad Retell, at nio,lo
Itruntt't Mock State street, Erie, Pa, IS
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C. R. RAWSON J ,
PHOTOGRAPI7IO , A7Ib AIISROTTPII Alts *, d ar t Row, oler Hoot t
Steuart 1 Ern:, Pa , IS
LARGE sod roassaodiour RAllfor Coo Worts, Lociasotgad
jA„ Ile Meetin g s of all kind,. rut side of the Part. at at
the Bankispg Odloo of IL Sasford lc Co., No. S. Rood House, 0,
LAC flopt. 27, IWt 20te'
NEW YORK &. ERIC RAILROAD.
c ili t A r2 lll 2 4l • K w:l?lft and i nve cc at DI MI at atZa j t u t l ielotl i n:
leg hours, vit
NFF.4TWA RD 1301'N'D.-41rriee. EMI filrA.BD BOCl4l).—Lawn.
Dunkirk & Doff. ET ,at WOO r x.4llestaboat fixpress at 4tS ►.tt
Mall No. 3, at 8:15 a.a.)llail . at fkla r.m.
Night Kaprea•, at 12.00 •' ;Might Express, at 4:40 PA.
Emigrant, at AOO " 1431netaaati Express, at.lo:oorat
Acrommodatlot, at OSO r x 4 toelt arr ess, at 30:20r.5.
Freight Na 1 . at 9 90 AN. Freight No. 2, at 3'15 r a.
at 4.0 s p.a ( e He. 4, at 425 ►.Y.
NCIPT)L.—The "Ewers lair' convect" at HorostleitUe with
Expreas Train for New York. HOMER RAYSDS'LL.
Now York, Way 23, 1857.-11: President
SHANG . '
CNN and alter lionday, July 6, Ditasenster %tine will leave Erie
I 30 A Y , Night Eames, athpplng at .Wentfield, Dunkirk,
,ther Creek, eel:knee - dug at Donidlii and Ruifilo
a ith Morning Express Traina for New Turk.
1 55 I' M., Exproi, Mill stopping at all Mail Starting, connect
in` at Dualtirk and Baal° with ripen Twos for
7 50 P. K., Cincinnati leirintaa, atom)* at Westfield, Dunkirk
and Silverainek, ooeneoting at Dunkirk Buffalo
with ExpresiTrains for New York.
6 00 A. 11.. Way Expresestoppihs at all way Stations.
TICKET' fur Sale at the ofte to the principal eastern and
Southern cities and town..
APnl..:o 51-gf B. N. DROWN, 5.0..
Mitt I ?ME ELROD 1.1111
Trains ran throughto Wheeling & Pittsburg.
and after Monaaj, March 9t13,1857, traleksi ran dallf, , Sun
k J days ezrepted, atronlisits to ON Intlenribe
TtIIE T BL E.
A sl 1'.31. I'. SI
7.38 2.30 6)4
4:32 8:44 6"28
va 4.1? 6.88
10:46 L. 19
12 10 8. 0
12 20 6 3/3'
12 31 6:43
JAIL G. P•vsa.
T.: AIN* L¢ws s
1 01. 1' M
4-1 k 1.36
9:34 2. 13 . .
10 . 24 306
11:40 4 4.5 i
2:25 8 401
CIIAAASSI A. Sumar.a,
Carr= A. flAmminks.
Train leaves New Philadelphia 7 . :46 A a, Dover at LSO, W sem
burg at 9.25 A men at Bayard at NM, awerwatilaiii with Trills
ea liata I.loe, for Clerelaad, Pltialgarig lutil Wheeling. Leaves
Bayard at 1:46 r. z., (Oa arrival of Train f r om Ciewelwad, Mir
barn n‘nirewnxiimr„mba.ligt,i4" a. ..'" "Th
-. Asap) °Mars Wino* Clevaltiod mod Pittsburg sad
I, arid Pittsburg.
The Trains connect at Pittsburg with the Pennsylvania Railroad
turfflartisburg. Pitilade!phis, Bakustore, Now York and Boston.
At Steubecrwalla with the dattwitamillet sod Indiana Railroad for
Cadiz, Coaktocian, Newark, Columbus and Cincinnati.
At Whoa ling with lb. HaMoore and Ohio Railroad for Cumber
land, FredricL►arg, Washington and Baitboara. with Etta.
c l ov hlizietta, end pointana Ur Oblo Riess.
At dead with Om Lokodhore and Choreland 4 Tel.& Ra
mada r Buffalo, Niagara Fatly Canada and New Tort; Toledo.
Chicago , Burlington , Rock Wand, Davenport, Galena, Rata% lal
wau kelt, St Paul and the North West.
LlP?Tlekota ma be posobasodot the Oho as Oa Lins i rt9
4 Prinenall'44 , 4 mew ihritb• w i....4oarsoeuago
or laze as low as by iihj other Sonia.
J. DURAND, 9ap' t.
Suparintoodant's Onlos C. k P. R.ILO
Cleveland. March 5,44,57. Oaf
n3l and after A welt 3 , 1857 , and until far th er notice, Pare tier
1../ Trains sill run te tell TiAs—
9 fAi .W. M. Nail, T art a Noy Staten, 4 00 4 1 4 Wkignffo.
Perm Ile Beybreek, sad snits, at arta
1 WT. NI Illtutktrit a 66 Pr. N. DOW° 6 66 P. N.
4 25 P. /4 Ci Sweat goyim* Palneseltle, Amble
bob, and ern, and wives at tete T S 4 P..Y.
Donithit 9 SMNiI• NI 66 P. N.
9 35 P. N. nett Evros. Tfilla at Patesvills, Ashtabula,
A. IL B e
IL eigh and artless at Erie 1 10
.• LEA B RUM
12 30 A. Y. Night I.:press steps at Girard. Ossuary%
Aladin* Ilitainen sad P01,04141i4 ealy, sad arrives at
Cle 4 ID A. 11. ,
10 40 A. Y. Mall Teaks atop at an Vey Bediese .writ emir
Meat, 170100.1110, Perm M. 6. and IlleklAlb and,
arrives at Cleveland at II lib P:11..
1 45 P. M. Express Tata stop* at Girard, Onsasitst, Amiletsimila
sad Painesville only and mires at awralikoll 3 Oa
All of the through trains going Westward eonneet
t i ttiswelasid
with *lslas Oar Tolido, Mears, Caissaltes.Viatti las io t art
And all the through trains going Eastward toward at
with the N. Y. * it: It. R.; and at Raillsio with thaw a tits New
York Central and Buffalo and New Y*o City Railroads.
Oates de. * R. It. I NornsiesAm.
June 1 6 , 1867. to AWL
TIE VORit faltering thane Wafts `to the Petthi, TIM were tho
roughly tasted, and gm Tretniatore co now milidently
co mmma thews so a certain
EVECLING YOMI r l; STETTI.
They cantata no idaknnal sot Yereary *any him, Wants ottner
Inj winos Ingredient*, and may be giressitathe yrranrathOot
privet safety. The Waters are treekeljfi ttsw_whisetions terAwsld
°Owl Wernmfugea, as they art PUSAN ,. Tel TEM' 'WTI.
tires will aai sorlie readily wl
They baseboon before the nubile lees than one
l yze in vit W lits
theoteno have woo for thonanelrea • monition nap in
the annals, of medicine. They tutneed and ma tly one
near l'imnrcinse and inoid , reepectable tha t ihww w ith the that
rsir I'mPulid end •4 11 0 1 . 11 rhartin.lar
Wholesale and Retail Dowell, Rd. Illettlelle.
TX PAUL it On
142tbanaben ritot. T; lends Amts.
Price 23 Cents eV Boa. • /Ai WS-17.
•: Wit t Low- la% los&
*pos. Mod Citaisbaas --(lders.--1 listp air ssolt um pot
Imo prrocribidgyour "Antiobolotkir i m . sod Istathsaliost
to au 400 proetie I Woo aim yet NJ a NO *yr
cra.remedy for Amos" N• ahitt b ir As ik WI
r * a
&My notoomooto4K _
w % pilloitUnd.
am bawl to ow to OOWO011•
Thoy boootoPoir • . M - • • as V,
adults stildisino. lIDI A 1
Ms so "}test ti SO , . .-' '-
~ 4 1 II . . mak
u candy. Bang polio ' , -.. . .
anima/Wady ihngsamois • „ ...- , tartoln
sod It MI lo ulatisitters Sit illk . • , . ' ,;• p ee,
Wit,. I Boost wheopmuy ' • . - 4 _ .
a 1 ' .
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Gimala k trialitry • -- IY.1".1 • • 414 - 111 fi r. IL L
B. rostar Wu'
rrausistNU C X4 6 l. Cu y a: •
L ara ll3u 4ll474 Pataa:e ll eatl i ntU - .4 4 2 Z; 01db044 41 _,_ , "L e
sod by Druggists sossadly. .
Buffalo Si, Erie Railroad.'
S. mith a Ferr)
- - -- - - -- -
•TTATIOI79. ILAIXa ARIIVI
Belle Air, ill P ill'
RrlBlrepnrl -8:65" 7:46
Portlsoll. (3.410 7:18
final' Run 2445 7:15
Steubenville 1.66 6:46
Jeddo. . . WO. &OE
11cCoy•e. - i • . 6:59
Toll°. Creek. ...'. •111 5,10
W•llinrilk, • - :59 14:00
Liverpool. +: 111100 CM
4 031th'1. Ferry. 11 4:12,
logastry. , 1,4 ' I
/ 41:16. 4:1110 1
Roebester, -; p:00, 4:10'
firrincou. - - , 9:45 3 . 00 '
& ERIE R. R.
18.57 -811 M MB Et A RRANGEKINT-1.157
Next 1., the cry of " Fire!" Oleo.° are about
the must thrilling words you can bear out upon
the great de, p.
Ou board the Fugitive, running, as he then
was, at the rate of eleven knots before a stiff
breeze, the-e w,,rds were the certain death warrant
of nee urdurtuunte n o It was utterly
possible to rescue Lim. In vain were preparations
hurriedly toady to lower the boat In vain was
the vessel put about with all possible dispatch
Long before she swung round the "man over
board" wa. a mile behind, and Inet to sight fors - -
.1..11 .1 1 .41 P.ll.
11:14' 4-52 9110
• 30:40, 4:16 D,l
\ I°3lo' 9144' MO
" 7 313 90
.111' 111 1 1
12; o 6.411
If ~9 19
'll 16 410
• 111021 , S. 010)
The pavengers bean tied to the quarter-desk,
nd, with eager tourer-t, boiling overate bulwarks
inwe thetinfotb:.inabie waters. The captain, 'hoe
a64ltaxprelion through his glass, shrugged
hiss lders, and directed the man at the wheel
to put 4e ship again on Ler course. lo another
moment, r rail, were one, wore filled; like a
greyhound j t uotea-hed, , t lie Fugitive bounded
over the Ira re, our did the lainritty winds sub.
A ide until, tut 111, ilii•Ming anekor
ed is the I.e•tt of II %fa
And the man "seer
No othi r c)cs • acept n,,ue saw that fatal
spring. .trat.ge e *ratter—sufficient,
ly uncouth, apps ranee, to malice
the att. a 11.0,1 iudiffrr t observer.—
During the rut ire passage, from t moistest we
left the wharf at New Yutk until he umniari
ly put an .euil to his life, I had uttieed m with
'ore than ordinary caritaity He wool walk
the deek dry and night, in fair weather -au In
foul, talking rapidly lo himself. He seemed n
condone of the presence of any one; and thoofn
be often spoke to loud tones, 1 strove in vain to
understand what he said On the mulling of
the suicide be gazed for hours together into the
Water. I watched him then, simply because be
was the only object 1 bad to Watch. I bad no
idea of Ilia intent tops. His manner bad been all
along so unaccountable that be ceased to excite
nty astonishment. I thought him some poor
maniac, escaped, perhaps, from Bloomingdale, or
destined certainly to end his days there. When
be flung himself into the water, without any
premonition, 1 ens tleiroughly taken aback. I
shouted "A man overboard!" and-itistiactively
flung a coil of rope into the sea. I watched his
figure with painful anxiety as it drifted away. It
grew less and leas distinct. Finally, with a dar
ing gallantry, as though be rejoieed at the pros
pect of inevitable death, be lifted his bat and
waved it tbrice round his head. This warn his
adieu Then be disappeared.
A tragedy like this will absorb attention at sea.
The curiosity, if not the sympathy, of the passen
ger is roused; he has nothing else to think about,
and his mind dwells teasels:it:lsly on the subject,'
be it ever so distasteful. But baring reunited
terra firma, be soon ceases to reenembe the sasses
and incident of his voyage. It was not long,
therefore, before I forgot the unfortunate suicide,
and his wretched fate would have never again have
troubled my memory bad it not been for a most
singular—a most startling circumstance.
The suicide himself—haggard and wild—rush
ed past cue as I lounged, one evening, at the
door •r my hotel Paris! He looked like a
ghost• summoned t• adeoly from the world of
doomed spirits I .uld not be mistaken; the
height, figure, wan r, were all his; bit bat was
drawn down over his rtl. and his heavy overcoat
was butt , red up 1,. l e threat (though it was
very same.) at the sa • way precisely as when
be flung bitasalf into the water. Was it a vision,
* trick of the ititagidiati u, a fancy? Was it a
sprit; or 1,114 the WOO al.Ncti in bodily shape be
fore me? 1 ad:, rarely pussled, and moms *cirri•
e a t han I Anse to confess even to myself. -
Hr passed, au rapidly that I had hardly time
to think, much lops to examine hi. closely or le
Mitt , * bias, which 1 certainly :should hase.doraa
had Ilia. Ines powrtble. But dtreetly I mg*
eight of trios b.-plunged ostalbo crowd, tad.. is
the dealt of the evening, 1 could see hint so
I.4tertiing an ibis incident was, it soot f*ded
front spy guild amidst tbe plieberee s.d bnatitof
the hiretieti capital, I had ntrepany sight• to ins;
ao *natty plums to vtit, such a great eririetyN id
subjeetv , l rngn•er iny attention, that within a
fortnight I fiord, the *lrvine fans of L ani
aide•rir be 'lobed by me co that hot At
Up, up, iiil site everlasting stain of -dogmas
Cstiadral Tower. The view 'mew he seen. li
protested spinet melt expreise is_ ihe4 Eig. ‘y e ,
sod stied to. &fir it as 100 as "viable, biais
was tie me. hi) guide aid Allowing io -thew
sestiers was inexorable •fl l oipo"—lias *so of
ilto milldam tame of repreosh with Marlow
rar i are4
could couple my Dame. So I subs teL fil
stepped halfoirsy _op to ...mmtart: ,l glib
steppes* biome role .fkdipoot as 1 3
Fot the Erie Observer
•1r .1011111 t R. WWII.
Writt•o qabhath Night, Asp* Wk. Mg
How sweet The moonlight'a fairy held.
When &illness dwells within the P9wer
And beeesse's arch is dem and bright,
And dl the stem with mellow Ilea
Rides Rea, from out thee:me Wee,
As if mese gentle beast to wee
•nd mid their tittle houses In pews
To synths's bright snit &Prises rest
flow calm the moonlight's fairy hour ,
As 6Us upon the plant the simmer,
'to &lin upon my heart this bight,
ma gentle rays ofsyntha's
So ►ll they on the illtmr7
With sot • smell, sad scares a wake
So still and gentle motes the
hat sprat a leaf is seen to stir
Un tug glorious night for ;
" 4 0re hear enough," " Dont h• talking -
Of going to bed, and taking etas,
When mob n oigbtoutd melt a Mesa,
gold out their charm, with tempting sir
To the old, and young, and biz,
And let them least to their delight
q t balmy sir and sweet tormtight.
*A, glortuita psi hit fur uuidnp r lure'
lin the lava or in the grove,
When moon and stars their tittle keep
rerp row aad sigh and wilt
.tod o*de to meb their bea la lore
When these are looking from above :
And seal their rows with maa7 a Imes
la sap the climax of Maar bilaa.
love thy moll avid tootle, tight,
Oti, *piths' di the oil= eiwar Wight,
When staraloult out with ineaning pro
Froth the azure gni' on high
And when the dower 'rented sir
Breathe. forth upon the young end Air
Oh thew Of, sweet close hy the olds
To watt, with one's intetidol held.,,
And bear er whir tunes uf lore
Like anger. whispers from above,
As fall they un the Uinta leg ear
Mingled with a dab mad tear.
Wall the scenes open this earth
`tteee the moreoetal its birth,
A soonnligist swam tad lovely said,
Throe al! °there in the .bade.
n.gu Harpreo Weekly
" A MAN overboard !"
Imre Peeve tb44 pith hie
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ERIE, - SAtURDAYAQHNIENG- SEM'
tot, 160, 141 reZik °tile ;liii3ei • "
fatigued. , , ,
Inte..riew was certainly stadium! . How fresh
sod ri gorous the breestr et this diuy height!
Hat whet r eootrast belPerv.where ate I/Art* l 44 - i
r e Europe, for uses- tranquil, &mated to have
stestabetl out its lunge 1484 io repose, =du the I
exhaust it%iufiueueeof ir soidautolu e s ate. Frond
the .krehiug earth the steak' slowly asootedad, M
s,taa WWI swapio thin, misty (donde I la
beleda iiigereue.statospbeee, red looked dews arm the tboutasde of tailiug inseam. with s feel
iog of Lea igo easspessioa, •
A solitary isdimidwal *mod on the tearer rep.
whew d had,renorerod my breath swtheieritly to
nods* hien,ll fovamd thst be was chisel; feral ibis
itig• me. • Ply Heave= !it was the Ileitis's! He
ftirm.—ao doubt of that, Uneba.-
4witB, uncouth es ewer, We glared et me from
, th Mu beery brews. He coder have ,
%Masai sad tits* a man of prepoeseseing appear
ales, ler even yeti io despite of the ravages; tOt '
3f Abe, but of dhow*, Mental or physical, tb4e
irereitaces of remarkable personal beauty on his
haggard, eartrwura ecutettaanee Wh e t a wortr
of Misery aolSuffering, 1 thciught, umarther,
Akre earrering , ---shrinking from the
iciwk ~. ;tinkling converse with -an? one . : But my
witioity and sympathies *eye, too greatly etch
ed td` t' esape. , I a4vanced quickly, kid
anmy' t i vv.aro3,. Claimed his acquabit=
ds dii : pitninifer froth America.
go - matotilaUeikittani about being in a bur
ry l'but I would nortio put off.
v 4 ,llouse me, friend, 'told; "you are a, fel
10W-countryman of mite strange lu d, and
if it were not to, your present appearance claims
my sympathies. lam very curious to learn bow
you moped after jumping into die sea, ; 44-4
I te4g6l. be au impertinent as to pry into your
affairs—J.4 yeli.cuaimined mak as act of des
pair. , Believe me t I sock. to do you ao harm.; .1
would rather doyou all the servioo in say power,
Hid yowirpeu Nig% is need of tt friend." •
Unliacil t as ire dualities* was, to sympathy, for
words teathed Oim.. Butlaill he answered in
reekleas,ileviLemareare sort of way. .
4, What's the nee in trying to kill yourself ?
beea trying it for mouths and menthe, and
oanmetanseeeed. 1 swallowed Prima, avid *ice,
but overdosed myself., At *nether time I dialed
myself from ,a railway going at fall speed.
but I eould only break my leg. Then I thought
that if I took ship and flung myself overboard in
mil.Atlantie, I Should' amity find the'lleith I
crave d . H u t, as yea see, - Tism Here alive to-day.
1 did sot think we were so near the French
coast, and a cursed fisbing.smack piekrd me op
when I was unconscious and had last all powers
of resistance "
"Btttithy," maid r, beehuting *tore dill 'more
interested In the tilith —allay carry mit Inch des
perate 16cm:idol:ler Asa lifti nn enjormentst
you? Have you sought as te,olutely for Oolitic
and bappiness in this woril as yen have slier the
terrihle 6ncertatuties of the next ? Are you siure
tbat you will bolter your condition by suicide?
Can you and no comfort bete ?" , ,
U. tam darkened with tancontrullsbis emotion
as I spoke, and grasping:mac by the hand be seat•
tared in a bootee whisper, "I am a murderer —a
fratricide! Roll contains no demon as deeply
dYed in guilt se• I am!"
I recoiled, involuntarily •
"HAI" he aid-, "are-yow4envineeditow4l , B.
I bare more yet to tall 'Alferitiiil ren
wbole;" and with almost incoherent ntteloanc(e
velated his twist story. - I can never *Wi,►rt his
fearful revelations, or the manner in which they
"I was born," he begin, "nod brought up in
one of the` wildest liiitrictio of A r i rntirs , r nee d
no t m ention rho ptaeo. f r I do not' ui , b to have
my crimot hawked' at.ont the world, or myself
made a subject for poling thoriilisis to ekecrate.
.1 bare other and stronger reasons, toorcovcr,
heel) wy Genie and birth.place serest. I had one
brother, younger than Metelf, and thong% hook
old bow, I have not ye.,t reached my thirtieth
year. I loved that brother once, for we were ur.
pilaus, left atone in the world at a very early age.
We grew up to manhood together, and, as th e
devil would bare .t, both loved the same woman.
It is as old story—varied, perhaps, in detail—
but still thet,old story a jealousy and revenge.
From the utoutent when L first distoovered that
wy brutar loved, I hated hint with an intense
tred.,, 811,c-rroe my soul d do now verily Wien
i was no hatter than a. flirt. filer vanity lim e
1 .• by our Weretion, and she kept us butki . en
• raring first sae. and then &We ether.
, I grew mad and madder with hatred
The thought et revenge, se first
• • Suite, crept steahhity into my
. I would than wander about
Is. yself up, unable to work or
any ono I suffered the
o s, if you can imagiac
• asked myself to the
• ir, rolling about
air in 'handfuls.
ts, yvhether it
I was lost
vain. and .
soul en dm4 sib
the village, or
hold'eomurtinion witt \
torments of the damn)
what they are. I have
groakil in paroxysms of
like a maniac, tearing out my
I would not know, at such mom_
,was love or hatred I felt for Ellen:
to all reason, and to the ivatiinctu ol
"The Tempter" labored with me long=
long ; but he triumphed in the end. I bet ,
calm then -- matt horribly ' calm, u my mii
grew faisiliar with the thotights of Revenge an
"One dreary night in December—now nearly
two years ago—l was prowling about the village
u usual. The wind bowled and die rain poured
down in torrents; but I heeded them opt. My
soitlss as black u the storm-clouds ovefitesd.
I ii,A r shut out tile jut glimmer of light, and
had !mothered the Jut
ern of. eon
,srionotk upprciaebed the 'pottage where Ellen
lived, and peered through the lattice. .Bha was
there snd be, my bmther i sndbated iivsl , *us
t did bOt stop to witness 41.4 elktleci
ments pass between them;, pay . fuitcy ,ufwaya con
jured .up enough of snob licence; but turned
awry and erupt Guilt/ay home. My iletermi
°mita mac '
Atia tilted; and sidled dla devn
nth putitece Le arrived. .Hal their arse hie
step. .1 it rhea• far up the road) He en
tered, lashed atni excited. This teas enough to
slaw* . , te.silia,aithin_nie if be wie sot folly
M* 4044014 :g.ow, calm I, via 'boa I spoke;
I tolit a►ui that. W.:well koew,that emit loved
theqieuae 'Now that the earth was sot. 'lie
eov et Ili Millss die—die
"It pause. He grew verz pub', but did out I
°Peak. - -
, Ain. lonkeil.,Ap handsaw no tse.stmal
ingilbmol, motionless,. with Isla nyne,lbted gently
itialitstiint bessaghsotp so strongly to my niestory
lbw wwl7,-itappy doped oar bc/bood, tbst I
meld .sat kill ilia in odd blood— I suggested*
therdosa a ,milwal .ia a: dirlemsear, with Inifease
pistol. The., peopesitiso was la isersill one. Is
all poi yos*lt: fly botb to escape. Wa mkt
1 41Kili!" 1 1,811 , pt. the 4 - Aher 0r.1,4 *T e d:
4 ;4l4 . .rety:pidaheenodiied ante .. .14 *war
d. ail isadendawil fans my- Masser • at e was
no_ abeam of betimes re., or w &bete
sow. fur.l mold have slain him re
had be refused: me t h e satisfeeti 1.-.. edit
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.. 1 110- 7 ,- like t iW, bein alisH34ll4, 4 it ruz i 4 i . I
its, 11 ;
as 4 81 t71,414 1 1 , 41Pair1VW , 4 4 0 .11 :.ofil
, n grated omiwowaly in UM
BEtt 5, 1857.
iestely sensitive to *wettest 'Mimi, lid, even
'pit that awful moment, ir en 1 atenSl watching
for my enemy with moiler In bond o»d bOwie
koife tetweeo my teeth, and thought of the
wildness of the night, and Ito* poisfully the
wind swept , round our 4esolste hones t sobbing
and gleaning tike some bogs monsterin ti. theme
" We b ,tll iustiootiveli restored pew stets.—
Ob, th • t ,, rrible, horribbi wpm* that followed!
More titan twenty shut* elapsed while we were
groping shout cautiously sad soisalandy, each
striving to gain an ad ta t s. Life and. death
bung on whisper —ou the feistiest sessad. By
some strange trick of &reuse we must hese passed
and repassed each otheria douse tines without
ones meeting la ebe darkahos. The saguisii I
Retied in that brief space fume owed be
describOd ery hair sad fer . ljured
my fees es you pestilent sow. The perspiration
stood out upon m• is large drops, mid, unable to
endure such torture, a grebe of mortal agony
rose frog the depebi. or my soul. I °mid not
" The noise, slight though it was, revealed
where I Mot* .•
4 4 A ilastsi a lea repose! ends bell ass laid
epee my cheek, followed one another in rapid
"By the light of, that pistol4hot I mew his—
lay brother, my deadly foel He was not a yard
distant! Welt as thought I leveled my weeps
sad—fired! Be did net otter a maid, but I
hard him fell heavily oel the floor. A.bl I
knew , be was deed, fee I but takes fatal aim. I
rushed ft him in &easy. I drove my knife
again aid again into his imaly; and then I fled
Out into the storm.
"I sped *long to her hosnm, for my vengeance
was not satiated. She came down at the sound
of my voice, unaffectedly alarmed at my unnatur
al excitement. I never saw her so beautiful as
she looked that night, with her dkesidng-gown
partly open at the throes, rarcaling a nos i as
white as untrodden snow, sad bar hair drooping
over her shoulders in glorious disarray. But ,I
was insensible either to her, be*sty or the com
monest pity. I told, her ALL; and, with the
gloating wigwam of a hind, I 44 up my
knife, still dripping with the crimson witness of
"She did not faint, she did not senor but
she glared at. se fez someinonseete like a 'fam
ished tigress, and iben barstialoaroar et laugh
ter! Elbe talked rapidly, 'wildly, incoherently.
Her voice, always low and sweet, was wow loud
and 00ane- A white leans gathered stunt her
lips.' Her expression was wholly clanged, and
her features, so emptisitliti chiseled, grew hide
ous in ghastly deformity. Bbe told se, with .a
revolting etmekle, *aa
sot In 7M/Rderea brt i theri- i ts d Ai tried to ling
her arnwroned awand guises es, rlsberieg all
Abe while the fesuiess-words of sicentkne Why
should r pay nuke Great Heavens! she was a
•'I turned again, and fled away, stay into the
blackness, of sia,) night-4 knewmot,l eared wot
"Oat in the storm! Away, ramie the blue
hillsotfar or. I pleased into the forest to abut
out, if possible, the howling* with which a le
gion of devils hauled me on. On, still on! No
refuge beneath these leafless trees: How they
swayed bask and forward in the wind! How
they tossed their branches in the air! How they
stretched them °tit in wild endeavors to step me
ip my eight! Hon they shrieked out (heir ese.
orations! Moen when I had fled 'into the oedu
plain I maid bear them muttering and moaning
in the distance behind. Still parsued'hy fiends
incarnate, I rushed on and on—anywhere, obi
anywhere to escape from the eradiese with hich
all assure was wised. The clouds were mad as
they drifted in fantastic shapes athwart the sky,
and whenever I looked up there were hands in
numerable ready to pour devin vengeance on
head! The bills were madj they were turn
into giant sphiures• who sedwled at me in •
baking anger. The, trees were mad, they time
itteeracives to pieces, so that they might hurl
their splintered fragments at the murderer as he
loused The winds were mad; lashed into fury 4
they bore along a countleis army of maniacs who
shouted 'Ho! ho!' in monkery of my' frantic
efforts to shrink awn? from Omnipotent wrath.
believe days elapsed whit- I thee fled be.
fore the devils that pursued me. 1 kept so count
of time. I knew not bow, or when,.eir where I
reached human habitatioa. I was first recalled
to the cons:imagoes that I still walked the earth
by the screws of a steam engine. I took pea
saga for the Moat distant henget'''. My old
(nosy revived with ten-fold vettemenee on the
railway train. fsh as inenitaide impulse to
fling myself from the cars, sad with me ecoabisk
was always to set. So I dashed myself over
board, sad on, on the monster rushed, leaving
MO crashed- and ceaseless Wby did I
not die then? Why did buy one save my-wretch.
ed life and bring me back to the bell from which
I strove to escape? Twice since, as you know,
have I attempted to destroy myself, and now
—ha! ha! _we shall see what virtue lies in A 'lesp
from this grand old tower! Stead back! or else
by. the Eternal! I will drag you with me to per.
He hog me from him u he Tote. I was
weak as a ohild in his hands. He seemed gift.
ed with etsperoatueld atteigth. It was Impossi.
We for nie, nsaided, to frustrate his intentians .
I ealled loudly foe help.
With s movement (pick as lightning be sprang
to the verge of the -tower; there he stood poised
for a brief instant; a dash of exaltation from his
cye, and then down, down, down heed foremost
from that appalling height I
Shuddering with horror I °retried to the edge.
The body was etas felling, taw , falling
thought it would never rem\ the tre
end/ there iloategi, upward the doll, itenvinottod
of* distant comb oo the pavement. Time wee
great seaupodee below. The people realkither
mot thither.. They looked like sate whose . met
bad bee" inaddealy die totted. I was ask end
giddy with the sight, and hastily deeposoded free
a plane where I hod 'Mewed melt as awful
There was I deem crowd of - peop!e collected
is the street. Three sea sere boom away a
bleNliag, shapeless sass. It would hay. bees
impassible to reeofpeise it, er eves to may that
it bad over bean a harm emeasare.
Decd at hat! dad at last!
The Parisieweepooloat of tke Now York /*-
pros write* thus : v ,
I have • Mary icir Mate to year readers this
weelf,.wh' . • u tlepuith i ssoei wow •
I twit/. 4oPeuye ao um*.
lota !tau, to the ottoptit
lino to gi . 4,41141,
e try wink .014
• oeatoekof -Joigay r a trim. upow time route*nel
rpm wout ea, &Our leadog a -&nr loweagers.—.
The dePoirffir seareat.osowdel with railreud
agents *ad lookeksowaolmoresayetemertod. by all
bat alea/iudividualu . . • -
Ow of these was as 41 ass, disused • is she
- PO 0f ,4 11 4 40 .**Pffli. 41 4 WW2* Pugh
IrtiSuAi libeito bs weisiailor
.rego tit Mvu thir pormese.tilit
" • gig faMY
isms, sir,' mid be $ . 4 lr sit ysa are.Olus
eat B." , .
"Yea, ow good twin," replied the youth with
a haughtiness of neasaer : "and-I have no doubt
you are Mr. Martin."
"Al your serwiee,uir," resumed the other.
“Well, Mr. Martin," contleued Clement, "I
began to insigine you intended to keep me wait
toga would not bare been the best man
ner is which to bare insinuated yourself Into
The olcf ri n l Z • instead of replying, lot his head
fell upon fife breast La if in deep affliction, and
A:deducting the newcomer towards an old-fash.
Toned carriage, which a rough looking horse
"Here Li your carriage, sir," said Martin.—
you will be good enough to get in I will have 1
the honor of conducting you to the Hermitage."
"That my carri ." cried Clement. "Why
I shall be taken fo travelling pedlar."
Notwitliami • there seemed no means of
avoiding It; he his seat beside theold man,
but not without expressions of disdain. In an
other moment, dve man bad seised the reias, and
the •horse started en a clumsy scot.
But a few days before, Mr. Clement B , who
now puts on ad many grand airs, was a simple
clerk it crockery store in Paris, and possessed
the reputation of being a quiet, unpretending
little fellow. What, then had brought about
this sudden and 'radical transformation ? He
had become, since the previous day, a rich man ;
and it may be well understood that the posses.
iiir of an income of 20,000 francs a year finds it
liffieult to retain the modest demeanor of a poor
clerk. On the previous day, while dusting the
°rookery under his charge, a letter, bad arrived
for him by the post, containing the startling in
telligence that one of his uncles, whom he had
aften beardef as an eccentric and very-wealthy
old man, but whom ho had never seen, bad just
died at his chateau in Burgundy, leaving his
nephew, Clement, sole legatee of his estates, to
the exclusion of many other heirs. The letter
was from a notary of the province, who desired
him to leave Paris immediately for Joigny, the
town near *bleb his uncle had resided, where be
would be met by Martin, au old confidential
*errant of the defunct, and conducted from the
railroad to the "Hermitage," the same which
the deceased had given to his 'chateau Ind his
estate, which 'constituted the Main. Almost
drives nut of his senses by such' an unexpected
strobe of fortune, he hastened to obey the note:
ty's directions, and upon his arrival at Joigny,
joined old Martin, as we have seen. On jolted
the queer 'Adele, in which our hero bad so con
temptuously taken a place, until after a ride of
several miles the oeculiants'arrived at their des
tination. 4, Martin offered the honors of the Her.
miter to the new proprietor, called all the ser,
treats, and introduced them to their fut ure x
ter, and then conducted the latter to bii apart.-
men is. .
"This was the ideepiaig apartment of your
uncle," said Martin', as,they entered a vast apart•
meat, furnished in Gild fasLi!)ned style.
,was the room be lied iL ten days ago.
But the nephew, instead of evincing any emo
tion upon being shown the chamber of his bene
factor, threw upon all around a look of scorn,
and cried, "Ulan my word, I can't say I think
much of the old boy'h taste ! I never saw hey
thing so frightfully ugly in all my life."
"Notwithstanding, sir," replied Martin, "it's
the best there is kegs; and if you assume comsat
yourself I really do not know where you will
find other fodgings."
"I live hero! You don't imagine I'm such a
donkey, I hope. For us young fellows, d'ye see,
Perla is the only plane • se I shall sell this old
rookery at once, and be of."
"Sell the hermitage, rat uncle's favorite place
residence] Impossible. And we tervants,
ho hoped to nod our days under this roof— ,
bat. will become of us ?"
"Mr. Martin," retorted theyonng man, "let
••e have none of your eromplaints, I. beg. Get
• o mote dinner, and afterwards yon will drive
1 •• e to my notary's.
Afrer having eaten a ,liearty meal, notwith
landing he found the meats insipid and the
ince sour, the legatee still accompanied by Mar
in, re entered the old carriage, and the tw3
•in muted gr. •
"If lis *mistaken," observed Mr. Clem•
nt, after an hour s ride, "we passed this spot
his /owning, and that," pointing to a building,
the railrotitl depot. Do we take the carer,
'You, &loon; will do so," responded his eons-
Dioll, speaking very gravely, and in a manner
r hiah caused the young man to tremble in spite
f himself. "I, sir, am your uncle, and, happily,
am not dead. Having heard good accounts of
your conduct, I re..solved to make you hair of all
chat I possess ; but, before doing so, I wished to
know whither you were really deserving of my
generosity, and I had remorse to stratagem,
.which has thoroughly exposed your true charac
ter to me. Good bye, Mr. Clement. Return to
,your shop, and remember that your arrogance
'and ingratitude have lost you that which will
never again be placed within your nosh." •
The ofd man then gave his foolish nephew a
few hundred francs to indemnify him for the ex
penses of his trip, he took leave of him ..at the
door of the depot,pd'returned home. The feel,
legs of the youth may readily be imagined, but,
as the yelloir.corerbd novels say, - "they cannot
be described," I think this true story is an apt
illustration or the linaxim : "Never hallo until
you are out of the woods."
RIAAVICSIL TS IiCAL Lira—The oourt Journal
says: Among the preseetations to her Majesty,
at one of the Drawing Rooms this season, was a
young lady *roe her marriage, sad about whose
aerials winery is current of more than usual In.
Wet* in those unronissiie times. She is the
daughter-of a baronet holding a distinguished
posithrth.' Among tbo suitors of this young lady,
Who 1s as pretty as accomplished, was one of very
advanced years ; but it was in rain that all the
xllurements eonsequent 4 upon the possession of
lichee were set forth. The fair asides showed
herself completely indifferent to the golden prise
that lay at ha feet, sad, in 'pits of the strops
reemsuseedation of "papa," it us unhesitatingly
rejeeted. So far, therefore, everything was per
foal, lama ant very unromantic. But it
seems that thages lamase, after his prhiponal had
bola declined, .(of eourse with the raved proles
tetionwid roman and esteem,) Grip scogits - as ;
iaterviera, ebd sawed the lady that his saw&
meet way rase saifia..-that be erairssedy, at aryl
aeries°, .ao •do. seythieg that souldsoutribute td
her kappineS4..end that, it her elketione were
kited errant-0a *hose wealth might not be sd.
etitraterto his good fortune, he was reedy, by a
saistittuvee to the' extent of IMO" to
plies taypieess in her own power. Sunk a
proof of disinterested attutrasent was phase*
randeniable, and it is said the young lady o rlider. '
al *Omit over .4 dish like *mita! Othei•
dee dangere,it,weesight aoestiloto- revulsion of j
feehag. We do not petard to know on what
• of '"hips" -thessassable gentleman spoke
bratrapsekrapin he did, sad with so musk
hrt", thaealuriappy day was soon riassedi, sad
she theptithr ira•duesoarse eolentaised r and _that
Qv*** ruseueut as her saniagu , ta tba
Onete. The world gives, with its netisileress ,
linen slonet fabulous amount to KIP..--atr i
tagef i beeit rhtf well known that`
. 6. 1 , 44 111 00=400ii: 4.4
• • •
' roe maims betifteir•
"WEI MUM TOlSTlier
V I, ammo p s is aramr4 ;
Togir nay atm mays&
Wlsos titaktlng oloai Alver.
ifiriefilMeniii elated to tow;
But batt1,1 , 40...- )*
She rsomed so bud berm
Sok Irri * 0
A 41014 ;
Lad Wee MIMI - delis 11444
to ete birbeast frem tali•
Tb. how* mods ape's lir lips.
Sittrink irlib stead art ;
Se It be Wished big loWirmilietiff"
Bb. me! kaml to pa o 1
Al idiom as the stistasd I
EdMamma her Imolimt ; •
As4ld, pro Mmes. Mr balmadirs.: • ... -.„ ~,,, ..?
iitst mkt sat Aim It so
If spmei soma* Ass Mk. - . 0
shire ribs tbs Drttrs Moms ; -'2 l -(: 4 . 0' -, , 41. -
AMI &Ora Mai with IstriAgsed - '-" ',- 4 44 .-1' PI
. . .- . .
Oft Is Ms sstdss's somber *all ' ::,.
SU *dos! Atm tart sod basii; '' 07- 4 ~..
Inns Wits. has mat mmossis. - a ~-'-‘-. 4 -1 •' '- • •
Ike sAMo ma asassitimL _ '--
ast it Meet their aspast Md. •
♦ hint lbe dosed 14 mass :
SIW4 pop the pitcher at his heed.
She was to hard to pleas
He tames*. hinseall dame torsaaa'a
With Nally by Ws sib. ;
icor, piing on bet lostares
Ile lov'd bar an We bride.
And talked of ban and p •
Of buds and shady time t„ . • • ,
And bow he'd clasp bow (toady •• -
ea% sot bard to pleas,. ,
.4 , 1 111 k:
on to the prdken now be strayed, t
Amid YR hip two behind ; .. -
And OA soothes slyly wnad•
Which she deined soot unkind
It pre her 'sob a }solo= at,
HL very heart she'd trees' ;
Whlb tolling him he'd hare to quit; ,
ft 'Abets be should please.
And 6011 he is the shadow lies,
Of deep sod dirt deeysb . . -
Wwrptrog for ea adisst eyes
That shines to - Neity lair ;
lad for his eoastast, nrighi Um,
That babsr tedrtb she'd tease,
WhMb, If bestowed Is base, would-pewee
Tea best reetps to please
A ROMER REPTILE.
A eorrespowdent of -the Abingdon Damn*
writing from Walnut Hill, Lee cocain, Va 4 whn
is, as the Democrat Moire, its mews, , fila pi
dome in whom implicit eoefidenee by b.
plead," gives the following moment-of , the kill
ing of s monster reptile in 'Harlan musty, Ky. •
He szyk: "
"About three weets ago fire ' men went_le
pther whortleberrles in the mountainous part of
Herten muggy, Kentucky, and in their trader
same to a small iiraneh at the foot of a dal " L "
ridge, where they discovered a Smooth beaten
pods, or rather Mae, that led from the bras*
up the ridge. ' t nriositytempting - theinletlimod
its meeting, they fbilowed the-trail to Ol
die .tidp, where, to their astolishmtilit
found elmt in sere of ground perfeedy ina
and destitute of vegetation, near the centre of -
which they discovered a small sink or cave, bur
esough to admit a set barrel. .' '
"They concluded to drop in a few' stones'
presently their earl were saluted with mood, •
rambling sound, accompanied with . I cacti g .
noise; and an-enormous serpent mai% anent.
ante, blowing and spreading his head, and his
forked tongue protruding. The men were.**
with wonder an affright, and suddenly the 4. . .
mosphere was filled with remelt so •
that three of the five men were taken e l =
the other two, dissevering' he eonefitiOn of - OW
cow pettiest', dragged them *Way from that alieedif
of death. About ten feet of the snake -to
their judgement, made it. appearance, when
hurried 6030 lend told what they bad semi 'tt
"The next day were mounted some-leis of tbee
hardy mountaineers, armed with riflesoletermii
ed to destroy the monster. On ' • . .
within one hundred yards of the dw dins
suakeship, their horses middenly_beceam restive,
and neither kindness nor foroe coul nneks theel. ~
go any nearer. The men dismounte d , saikid* : 4 1.
tog their horses, proceeded on foot with 4f* , .
welted, to the mouth of the cave. Theybuffipt ~.
idiltree or four large stones, and fall baeleame ,
fifteen steps, when the same noise was. heard as. ..
beard before, and out came the dreaded raptils, . ,
ready, as his looks indicated, to orushfise intim- ,
"About the memo length of the snake' fir,
peered from the hole, when eight or psi .3-...
wen t through his head, and, as the WiIUIVZ:
he kept crawling out, until twenty fest
hags boa lay motionless on the ground. It ijee,
a rattlesnake with twentpeight cattier—QM Opt
was four inches is diameter, the rest demeseiat: _
in size to the last. With difficulty the inendmip 4
god him home, ;id his skin can't ow be Men by
the curious in Harlan eiounty." ,
The Last Know Nothing Cfireabtriaisaaadqs.
Darla; tha mesa& aneitiag . rantedlau,, -
tacky between the Deokoccats and 'Emir% 0010 t,.,
lags, in which the latter were near 4 eunibillhilk
the X, ire were is the habit of Wong sew lbw , .
asp semi circulars to the brethillif.yessolit .' 7
ealers, tines& the treachery of- 611111riquis* ..
can," havariably fiend their issolhassamair
io papers sad were .to theleber . _
ria of the "intense" osti 'The Frankfort .
Yeomen publishes.** . i its, the leaf Gip.
ra t *
eider. It is awl : . .1 , ~ , •
K- c - , •Tv' .--. 6• .
Dia.& Alasaswia.--Aza , - • 't- , 11, sio
you Pi sastlit this I= • •f: , i-''-, ..
diriptr fi • , f ',b eer do sit kr ag i .
ass,' "red • mouthed hishmeci;ii ."
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ilyl esht.youpAA that "40;414
Isnot II& 41116160r1 W 4421, you ,' . -:
gook & midoiro ?, T h lo- "li festAi nt a a V;
iida't "belt" Ateybody m panics ~ ii,
minimise" feeliiig passel sway like eaves, „,
ie. - Wko is your opiates of tie "pl;et .
of Aiectimei paid& Aunt Aor_ft—Tl
pars de pa Walt a fareigoec T
bassi helm. he is 40'4 *J.. '' .
Naikillt reale - -J i ii r beViih3gP4. - ....,,
dnited States Resistor? Coe you inform us '
Vinioallig=7 4 -1 04 41.4 i: '•
Pi4-7 4 a Wri&4•o o 9iii ktokir 6 C IP Pur- . - 4 ix
buimentord, whp :Um, too
I Are th ere way of those "tootpriots' maw ,
Oak* ROW T Aui eleluiou iser cd,'
iiiital last. to boor fell' Pm 4to - `• - ' '
subscribe wolf. z 0a1i14,,, 6 - c • , 1.J2,0
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