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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR NO. 1242.
NEW YOHK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1859.
ONE DOLLAR FOR Iff MONTHS
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More tt-n building showy mansion
More than dreas od flue array
Mora It an dome or lofty steeple
Mors than station, power anl sweet
k'.ke your home 1Mb neat and tasteful,
Blight and pleasant, always fair,
"vYI an. taoh heart ihall rast eontentedi
Oiateful for each beaut than.
Mme than lofty. twwTJrig title
More titan faahton'a luring glare
More tl aa aieoimon'l fiiMtsi honor
More tbau thought can well compare,
6-4 that home I ui fcle attractive,
Dy aurroundlug p ire and fright.
Tree arrengi d it I taete and order,
tiowtre with a'J ibjjr tweet dollght.
Set k to make your Ham most lovly,
Ut it la a sn.Ulng spot.
Where, In sweet contentment renting,
Care and aorrow are forg t ;
When the flower and tree are waring
Ilirda will slug their sweetest wing,
"Where the xiret thoughts w u linger,
C hndenp and lore belongs.
Make vratr Home a littlo Eden,
Imitate rtr smiting bower,
It a neat ami aim). cottago
Stand among brkrht trtee and flowers.
There, Kbat ft erratic and what brlghtucts,
Will each blooming roae display,
Here a almple vine-clad arbor
Brlghtena through each autumer day.
There each beeit will rest contented,
Seldom wlahlng far to roam.
Or, If roaming, at 11 will cWrWh
Mem'nea of that ptawaut lbnie t
B'iei a Horn makee man the better,
Put and lMln Ita rnntna
Irome with pure end bright Bui-rounding
Leave ita linpreaa om the aoul.
K TALK OH
Br tt Awlher ef " Ml aad thurlle.'
TU1S rrciT HAST.
"I do wonder, bidney " aald Charlotte Urey,
'"papa hat been In the library fully three qua -ten
of an hour, and It It half an hour past i vr
leMontlme, and yet the bell hat not rung. Thtt
l the third time that hai happened this weik.
I do wonder what it theroasonj there mutt be
tome reaton, j ou know."
"Reaeon or not," ull Chaxlotle't tn In broth
er, El ard, "it I very provoking. I hare to go
in to-night with thla tiresome Ureek verb; and f
1 miitlit hate iro. it over, and been out
this tlm. if tpa had not kept ut 10 lornr wait
"Vou would not hate been n.Ung, Edward,"
said Charlotlet "and. do you know, that is
not h thing I wonder about. XcUber your '
pony nor pepa I rorte It in the stable, I t,epned j
In Jutt now, and George told me that Fox find
taken tbem this afternoon to Tiverton. I won
der If nana told him; and why f"
'Oh! for tome reason or other j but if I could
mt bate ridden, I could have gone oat tithing,
or roving in tb boat, po gite me hick my
knife, bidnet 1 1 mutt be doing something."
"Not cultiug t Jccet oat of t be table, er siwil-
ox llltd ,
W Amt 'a workbox." tald Sidnev? "You had
tietttr read over your erl: I don't think jou
know it at all too perfectly."
"uli uoiw I" aald r.dnard. "It bit wat it you
irere uylnir, Charlotte, about my ponjr"
"1 have another tl'lag to tell you aa well,"
Mid L li.il lone, opening ner mue eyea very wide. .
' JIU, none oi you ever listen to me t aim yet i i
at m aai !& a at rental tl ,1a ft nt atrvt aat) It I ni arline.l!n. T
am as lure at potilble that wmethlngextroordin- j
try u nap pcnuig. mil morning i saw two men
waiklog uown wun i ox to tee ixi-tjouae ana
this aflei noon I Just looked In through the key
hole, ml I dobeJlatt that the lioati are cone.
'J eould not too them. 1 asked Fox to give rcej !
ithe key, bat he would not." I
"Vou talk a great detl too much to Fox,"
aaid Ally, the eldest lister, looking up from her
drawing. "Are you listening to her, Sidney?"
he said, turning to her eldest brother. "Vou
surely knew too macb cf Cl-arloile'i wonder- i
log to think them worth attending to." i
rildnev wu Uiteuiug, howeter. He had let
ff turning over the kavei af bil dictionary when '
tho conversation bream and he Mt now with bil
hand resting on hii book, and hia ate lixod on
theoppoette wall, with a thoughtful ponderlog J
look ou hit face, which Charlotte put down, aa
Jirr touitn lupiect tor a onnerment.
"The bctlet last !" cried Ed want. "My book,
Charlotte, my bonk; and, O ' do you go In first,
Si-lt-ey. I must have one more look at IhU itu
ipldeecondaorist. I believe I do not know my
terb after all."
"Papa hat rungtba bell," laid a voice at the
'Coop, ''but be hat Mnt ma to lay that only Sid
i ney u to come in the library) the olheri may
"I woudtr why." laid Charlotte.
'Ukrloui!" cried, Edrd. "Well done,
Trsnk, far bringing inch good news. ou
thall hare tin first turn la the ing for that.
"ttayamiauto," cW Charlotte.' "Amy,
thal.biTivbuilneMt"and btforo Amy hat lui
urelr Uidiuwu ber kik.U on the ledge of her
drawing desk, Charlotte had ran to the other
ndof lhe room, and brought her brother Sid
pet 'i cratches to the aide of bis. chair, Ue had
at hit wanting tbem, or at hit looklcg to !
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altogether onUke any ona else. In the mean-
irrrti ati inn watuiiiiii luoiu.
'time, jutward gameroa np oiuuey a u-mui uu
FrosK went before to opeu the door fur luiu.
Sir. Grey met them at the library door. He
took the pile of bnoki from Edward without
epraklng, and beckoned Sidney to come in.
J.M library was mo liuusautesi ruooi in mi.
bouse. It eras a lorn;, narrow room: the walls
covered with book and pictures, and at the raw that be wu more Interested la them than
further end a large glass door opening Into a any n bad ever been befurei and plenty of ua
conservatory. In the bay window itood bid- i usual things went on to keep bur in a constant
net 'i own particularly comfortable chair, the . Hale of excitement. It waa a week of which
title which held bil books, and the arm t UacliUreaeter afterward remembered evtry
chair in which hU father Mt In th ' day the tun ebuue o brightlyi the air wai an
evening. Here the brahut uouri or aid-
cev's life ha-1 been pasted hire ho bad
read and re-read hit avorite books, built
hi blight cutlet in the air, and enjoyed
the lougeat and moat confidential talk with bU
father. During the last, few months a shadow
bad fallen on hU hajniy time and his happy cor
DJrj be did not know whether tbe fault lay In
the room, or In himself, or U hi father i but
there a watchange tome, here, ami Sidney had
-neter felt It to itrongiy at na ui-i ou iu ar
tlcular et enlng of wldch we are it caking,
Th room waa eartalalr to b'ame for part of
tho dlaecanfort ( It did uot look f I all as It used to
do. Ilinv .of th Look hod been mot ed from
-their old place, and lay in cunfi lion on the door
. The table were littered over tth dusty paperi
and parchments; even Sidney's oh n particular
table had U be cleared befcre Mr. Grey could
find room for hla booki. Wien he bad done this, ;
and dlipoaedof tha cruichii behind the soft, be
tat down, and told Sidney to begin mailing hit
Wesson. It wta traaa'atlon that Kidney had ta
ken great naim with. Every now and then be
lifted up bit head to see If hlstatber wai notlcirg
'the clever turn cf his sentences; bat be eould
not read the expression of bis father' face, for
hit et-M WM shaded by hla band. At lost,
In the mldJI of Sldniy'l nneit postage, Mr. Urey
"That will do, Sidney. We bit bad enough
for to-night; that will do.1'
"B it, papa. I have prepared twice u much."
"Nvtr mind, put the book down. I hava
tomethlng to My to you, Sidney, Yon are a
-very clever boyt you know more than moit
"Do U" uU Sidney, looking ip luryljeJ.
"I don't know any boy of my age, you know t
or, Indeed, any boys, ex&spt i'dward and
Ur. Or)- pcjbel the booki butOy away front
blm ai bidne spoke, got up, walked twin np
- And down tha lilrtiy, aud then Mt down
t flhttl p yont book, Sidney," ha tald.
4'Int4 of hearing you lead, i am
going to tall yea a Itory to-nlghu It
U about people whoa yoa know well; but yoo
havenerer yet heard v bat I am going to tU
you now, '
"There wa a gentleman who 11 ej In a coon
try hcuec wbiah etoodcloMto railwar) a wIcV
tt gate opened from bil gar Jen on to a broa.1,
gnrelled toad, which ran along the ton of aa
embankment: directly bekvw U Ut to Uaea of
like cor Ihim and our railway," aaU SM
rev " only there U a thiik heitgn, and no way
of petting fiom the garilea to the embank
ment." " Hera there wa way and the people who
tired In the hvuee b father and mother, and
the children newt often to walk up and down
then ad on mmmereronltg, watcuiuu f. the
late train to pa. One hot c(cnlng the father
wa walking there with Mi little ton, a boy
about a J ear i.M, In hit arnm. He heard I he
wbUtle of a train in the dl-tance, and he walked
to the edge of the embankment to let the coilj
Fee it con.'ng. Tho train wa Jut la lLt
when the Cither chanced to look aero, the line,
and baaaar that a Utile girl, a Poor neighbor'!
child, acrer.ing aloujj the rail fnrtheat from
tne emuaniuieui, oariue ery poi wiiore the
truii inu.t pa. He had erv littlo tlmtfor
thlnkleg what be ought to do. He Put his own
child Jjwr, aa far from the edge
oi I m
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nient at lie couM, (prang acroM the railroad, and
tnalched up the other child Jut in tlmo to tate
It from I eii.g killed. 1 be train u a t erv long
cnet thefathtr thought it Lexer would hate
psed that he lit ver thouU get luu.k to hit o n
Well," taWSIJner, "Imi did get back f Hit
child w not killed, wt luf
"Not kilkdi touietlmet he hat been tempted
to think thai it would ha e been better If It bad
been to, abrcluld,araiduflcing lift alono,crept
in mi-eogeoi iimi emoananieDt, ani icii over,
lie w at not killed! he It alh e uow i but he ne ti
iitm' noi anirui iw ii lun e now uui ne nei tr
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ruoercd fion. tlie effect of that fill it mail I
Ulm a c Ipple for lifo. Do jou thbtk, SiJner, I
" un, wij- Dm ri-irci vni, 1119 lamer oiu r IQ
jou ttdnt, wlien all hit life he will bare to
aufftr the couaequence of It, that he will etr
' No,' raid Sidney, holding out a trembling
hrd; 't am tureb neter will. I thiuk that
the recorectlon of what hit father did of bow
lie aas ed the life id that other chile will help
him bear alinoet any pain or troub'e."
'1 Lank jou," aald Mr. Grey, taking hold of
Sidney' haiul; "X ire jou uiuler.taud my story.
1 ou ire llght I am the father, and yoj are the
Child. You 111 w order, perhapa, ehy, In all
ourUlks, 1 uever told you tbl brfbret but I wilt
ed till I eaw that j ou were quite willing 10 take
j our lameueei, and aU the prlra.lon tl brlngi
with It, a coining dlrtctj from your Father in
""in,. M-it-v w,u(iv. wk UUfUl iriliovjon I
lo dwed Ion much, as I hat fien dwelt, up. the
neai en, neiir 1 ioij j ou imi tniilit tempt j ou
outward clnnmsttnces. and with that thv had
been otherwise." I
I do not think I shall. I think I had rttlitr 1
the circumstances had been Just three, llutwhy .
ddvou tell roe to-nihtr' I
"Ir'or several reasons) but chiefly because I had ,
t, r t klatttlni oT kAu l.r.M ..u, ..,n. I.T K nt n I
I the old trouuTe 1 hate learnt long since to bear
that for yon and for mytoll (mt 1 have been
wuuingwoeiofr, in my aaxuiy to Mv jou
pain, I may not have done you a greater injury,
and criptiled your mind still more than vour
body, 1 have watcla d oi, er J ou too carefully I
hate never let you tee any one who could tar a
rough word, or pain v ou bv a turnrUed look.
Instead of strengthening you to bear your lot, I
nave wetxiv tneo to put ojtne evu uay when
j-on will hate to feel it. lit hi. evil day cnmii
sooner than I could have especUd It would if,
instead cf hat Ing me to watch over jou, you
hat e to go among rough people who will mk
jou feel at etery moment thadiftareno between
J ourseii ana lutin, w no win iMcn yon wnai it
reaiiv la l ue utaormeu sou ueuiiesa now will
you be able to bear it I I fear you will find that
I have not prepared you for what your real lot
'Tina," tald Sidney, speaking low, after a
few minutes' silence, "I do not know how 1
should lar what j ou have tven saying! but if
the evil day you talk of should come, you need
not, at leas't, bhime yourself for not bating pre-
pared me for It. You have taught me the only
thought that can make one really willingtolw
tbiiigsi aivd 1 am afraid to talk almut myself
but 1 hope that with Hit help, and for Ills sake,
I should be all, IX it comes. Don't be, aft aid for
"I will not. then. I shall trust rou. Sidaer.
to be the bravest of any of us. W will not talk
more asout it lo-mgui. i miua i anouiu nae to
near tue ena m your mn-isiion, ana tneo you
mty goto your brothers and sister. I liAte
letters to write, that must Is ready by pott
B dney carefully marked the pucci In the booki
that bad not tn-eu u-cd, that they might be ready j
for the tlrre when bis father wanted them but j
the mark! Hived in th books, and wcro net-
taken out, thoagh tber were often tnouali look
edit. That wa Sidney' last leMon with hit
falbir. The leisure lime for bearing the unfin
ished Iruoni neter came.
Mr. Urey aceuied to be t err btuv and pre-oc-ru
led for aeteraldayii and than fie went sud-
denlr awar to ixin lou, and me children bad a
Tfccki holldsy. It waa a ttrangn, unsettled kind
ll wvia. a lie rrvauta luioiiuiva uiuvu iws wnu
tli children than they had been used to do; they
were left almost entirely to their own detii;
tbevtual regulation and ocxupatlnniof the houi)
stool Mill. Charlotte and Lduard took advan
tage of thi liberty to carry out one or two of
their grand projects, which had hitherto always '
been Lipped in t ne una oy turn unwelcome, in-
terference. They lucceeded la spoiling thelarg-
est botbed by trying to make a model of 'Unmet
Tunnal through It. Tbey unroofed the pinery,
and rut all the squares of glut which they lll
not break, ready to build a Cryital l'alaeo when
tbey should have time; and they even made soiue
progrese la a grand design for painting the plat
ter w till of the pM tumour-hoiue In fresco, like
ItZ plCiSfei In Sidney' faveatk rompeU book.
Am ha.lfonnd an Enirilsh coor of Fouuue I
"Miglc Kinz," and the could acarcely be said to
mike one of the party at all. Her body wai
preitnt, lilting on the itepi in the library, or j
Pacini: un and down the Syringa walk; but for '
anybclp.or control, or lympathy wldch hor
younger brotheriortltterreiirrdfroin bar, ahe
. L. .1, 1. .. laM .. 1. ... ! tlim, ,.!,,
were In the Ladr Mmnetroat'l enchanted hall
XUlgUl B WU Ull. UW WUV. Ml WV.,,.,. ,
Sidney sat in hit easy chair under Ih plane-troe,
and acted bis usual rut of liatener and tytnpa
tUlier,ai.d aniwerer-general to all putiling ques
tions. If he had not looked allttl paler and graver
than usual. Charlotte would have overwhelmed
I him with ber wonderful place of news; for'tao
ireeuanuewtet wtusw idu w iuuiyjo-
let; ths long blight dayi spent In the open air
glided io pleasantly awiy.
On Saturday irtemoon, Charlotte kept the'
whole homo In a buttle with vrenaratloni for a
grand fruit f.ut on th grass-plot before the
summtr-house, to commemorate tb beginaitg'
or tne irtaco painting anu luiir latuett return i ing niin to til aawn at lucoaveniiat tlinta.
home. I Charlotte would have boen an x lout about Sid
Amy, who had finished ber bonk, waa coaxed ney If lha had bad time to think about hlin; but
Int. ..Ll....... In,. amt Ih tA S..A.. a..l I,,,.. ,rlr .,.. .. ..llM .!.., J..I... .!. t..t. I.
luiu iHwitiii nitii hi ,ii-.if .in m nit-
Ing Charlotte leate to bring aa many puuei,
dishes, and ipooni from the house at lhe Lbooie.
Sidney and his easy chair were w hotlod out of
the tiav Into th wood, that there might bo
aouielmtWtobt lurprUud wlien tho preparations
w ere ilniahed. Sidney w aa used lo be shot ed out
of the way when be wu not wanted, and bad an
inexhaustible stock of luniiise and pleMur el
ware reiuty for the general good.
Charlotte wm famodfor hor feastt and turpi')
but this one wat intended to exceed all ber pt
"Mease lo observe, " the said to Sidney, when
lhe brought blm lu triumph to lick at her pre
f orations, " what a number of thlngt I hive got
together. I hat e made at least tw anty Jouraet
to the house, and evtry time I have brought
awtv Just what I had let my heart upon. No
interfentd oith me. Ro not tb ttrawberriti
; well In that ".loll in r ana natcnotiga-
tbered beatllful tlowtrt lor tb vases, itow, I
have a project in my head. Let ui make an
Agreement to have Jutt inch a least Mtb.lt, on
tbil day. evrrr Midsummer holiday. Does anr
rie know what dayof the mocth it It I'll ra
Into the bouse, and mark It on the almanac In
tha library, lson't let Frank touch anything till
I Hms baik."
"II quick, then, Charlotte, or I can't wait,"
"Amy," wld Sidney, waking ap inddeuly
from a ret trie, "what It your Idea of a great
"Fny doni oik inch dlMgreeabl queittoa
Jutt now," laid Amy, rather pettishly.
"It la a ttupld question, too," aald Edward.
"Wby, every on know! what Bdafortunei are.
Yoa dunt knew, Sidney, perhapr, because yon
hara never been to ichooL or had the lrait
trouble about anythlagj but I've had nuofortanea
wough, I'm ilwiyi getltng Into trouhle ft
cboot and m In the holiday, why, did not
I tell yon thin morning what had happened to
tny nrw nnhlog-rodf II would not bare tup
rened to anr one but me."
, "Now, di jmlnow,"ald Frank, "I tUnk
that It b i tnlrfoftune to here to fit etllt o much
I In an eaujr thalr, never to be able to run, or to
j iVe, or to walk, except on What do rnn d i
mat lorr What maket you pinch mv arm ,
Edward r r
'Vou little. atapM room," whUtwrml Flwurl.
"fever mind, Edward,'' raid Sidney "that
wai not what I meant, 1 wa not thinking of
myrelf when 1 began to talk about imfor
"lon't let na talk or think any more about
them, then." aald Amy, "Her come Char
htte, running very fait perlupa rhe hat reen
the carriage with pa coming up the drive."
'" Mid Charlotte, wbn came up In time to
r r the iat eentem-e. "No. 1 hare not acen
the carriage but I have bad qnlte an ln
ture qut'e an adrenture. When 1 went Into
the library I found that there were two men In
it queer looking men; and they were looking
al lite Un ka In tho book-nbelt e.. ard wrftlr-i?
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gown tne iitiei i wa it not it rang I I waiket
eofllv on to lee who thev were. fT of rourun I
tt ought I had letter find out. jul M I got be
hind I hem. one of the men pulled hi handker
chief ut of hit pocket, and with hln hnndker
ibfcf Ihbi printed paper. I nn.Mched It np, and
ran away with it. Wa not lli.1t iloer? Nm
we riiail'ttnd out lomtthlng ery extraordina
ry, I have ro doubt."
xirbaiue. Cbailotle," ulJ Amy. "What
i right hare you to take papers out of f eojde'a .
rocVeu? ouarefartoninuiilalllve." '
"It' nrlnted." aald Charlotte- "anJlhaman '
pan a w Dole rnndie or ineni."
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Tell Iter not to r-d It. Mrlaev." ul.l Amei
hut hljnei's ejes had len ct-ht by fame
words on the ranor. which ChaHortd ko-jw hi-
ttlv to untoll. 11 ttarieil upfmuibis chiir the
cohr left hi face; his lips tremffleq so that be
could not sneak.
"What a very Strang thing," cried Chir
Intti, "W hr, here's para' name on the paper.
Listen, all of jou. Bile of effort of T. liter,"
Erq. Drwlng-rooin furniture F.xtenslte lib
rary ichool-room ny-rji m all our thing
actusllr I he old rocking-torae. What ran it
mn" J hey ranrot an be going to bo told.
"If a Joke," tald Edward.
"Ob, SI lney t what due It all mean?" n
"The mUfurtune come," said Sidney, speaking
nan te oiuimiu.
in iv luuipwi, .
The children aU stood illll.and silent at the I
eovpil 1 liw.voftl IIIUOWTIUUO. ii was Otll a
word to them - tl ey did not really know what
soupd ef the. word mleforiuua. It wai but a
ll meint j but for a moment Uicy felt stunned
"1 foinl it eut, howeter," tald Charlotte, at
"la It anj thing that need present our eating
oirttrawlierriear" laid Frank,
"How fortunate it was, Edward, tald Char
lotte, eagerly, "that we began topaiui the sum-mr-house;
lor If etetything in the Other homo
la going tn be told, we might possibly live there,
" It will imell dreadfulljr of paint," ntld
" Nonsense, children," tald Amy, impatient
It'. " bidnty, dear btdnvy, what can It ossibly
"Ilirkt there I the carriage coming up the
drlte," raid Sidney. "Let ut (,o quietly to the
louse. If It ll anvthing w ought to know,
paiiu will tell us. lTon'1 1st as troubl him with
queatlumi ard If he should hat e any very bad
newt to tell us, let us try to ihow him how will
we ran lirar it." "
Mr. lirey't face looked so sal and worn whin
the child en met him in the lull, that Sidney a
advice not to trouble him Willi quostlo.n waa
Ktrrelv needed. Moorn felt Inchneil to talk)
and Bid ney voice aounccd eonttrabjrd and un-
natural when he made trilling rtmarki about
the journey, aid told until plecei of home'
new i. After tea, Amy, who had scarcely lioen
M lo keep beraelffroni crying, tot up to leat
theroonti but Mr. Uny called ner lack, and
ir ale her take her favorite seal br his side.
Tue tone: of voice and the look were the itnal
for a burst Atny'a tears; and all the time he
was talking, her aobi etery now and then
drowned hi low, sorrowful voile. She was tor
ry fur it afterwards sorry to hat e lout to much
of what belaid, and to have, Idcd to hit pain
laat al th tlm when he waa in Hating most)
bat It the time aba thought that what the
heard was excuse enough for any uiaplay of tor
row. Mr. Ore? 'l newt wai worse than even Sidney
pal a lo leave their old home fur ever, and, w liat
was still won e, that he ihould be obliged to
zj.oieu. si ioiu lurin tuai iney must ail pre'
leave tbem for a abort lime. He entered fully
Into the resaona and the necessity for this
change with eldnej ; but Amy could not follow
the conversation, bhe only understood that ber
father had experienced a tudden reverse of for
tune, and that some business connected with the
tost of hit 11 perty -would oblige him to go Im
mediately to luilia, and be absent from Eng
land about a year. He had ilotennlae.1 to sen
t he children, during hit abwnuo, to live with
Ihiir motbe-! aoul, who wu willing to ricelto
them, and of whom they had often beard t but
tiiey had levtr vet seen ber. Mdney tried I o
asv aomelblnir about the wish lliev had alwava
bail to tee thu aunt, whom theirmotber had
p,veii nu luaariy; um in voice uroKeaown, ani
the idea of ever bring rctonuled to a row home
redoubled Amy's tuara.
Another week pasted In a kiud of drrarr bat
tle. Mr. (Jrey was much from home, and when
be w as at home he wu engaged, either In w elug
people who came to him ou business, or writing
LtLnri and arranirini: ntnrri. Everr dav ha
looked mote fatigued and sorrowiulj the children
ipoke in wlispert when he Vis near; and all. ex
ci- Sldiioj , were beginning to lie afri'd of him.
Amy l out the tlmo In wandering rcstlsulv
over the houia and gard taking long farewtil
of a'l her favorite place, and muting over her
gr ef and ber mUfuriiuuis. She has nut exactly
1 ...L. .L. ..ll... I.L. .1 ilia t.l.i. ,.l ltni, a I..
lllimjiyy HI. IWUEI lUOl 1U 1'K. VI uwiu u.-
roinr. and luftoriug a great deal 1 and ahe amni-
ed birrelf letwten her Ills of tears, by imagining
loer.ej la "rrbicli ibe wm to behave t ery well and
attract a great deal of attention.
bidey made a great discovery during tbU
week. He found out that he could go un and
down at lira wll host help, and thathecnold walk
elrOiit a groat dial more, and stand longer with
out b.lug tired, than he bail ever before been al
lowed to think posAUe. He began at once to do
without the attendance he hod been accustomed
....,ll.l.ll- 1. ...!,. tilt... ..til ... I.. ...I.-
I uton.be exerted himself to help other poople,
. ' . .., .1 .- .. I '. i1
and seemed to tk pleasure In shotting hit fath
er how Independei the could be. Ed ard took
tbil ludden erergy of bklney'a very much to
heart. Ill itood by with an anxieut face w hen
et er hit bl other WM dulng anything, and teemed
to UndhU chief con fort in following blm up and
down it airy, with a chair In hit baud, and fore- i
- euv wa. luuy vtuj'teo, wiiiii,r vu wuom wnea,
fin ricking and unpacking a imall box, wllch,
I the Mid, wm to hava la It everything that
,ni i ne eould posrlbly want, and to be like the
mother! bar tn the "bhls Family ltoUn-
on," from which unexpected trcuurea wera al-
ways ajpcanng at tne right time, jiiatti r-or-facl
Fmik luggested, tbit n the things Char
littt collected were not really of any value, and
eiuld be bougLt anywhere for a ihllllng, and at
tbey were net going to a desert bdaud, there
might not be raucb advantage In luting them.
1 Charlotte sold tbot one never knew what might
I ha) pea te one, and went on stowing away wax
candii-ands, and it ring, and bundles of ragt, and
Balls, and garden tceda, and other raiscellaneoni
erikl, which would be to extremely useful If
anyone ever bapioucU to want them, 1 1 wot not
' corded for tbe but tlm, and put away Mtely un-
iiu tue very lasteveniog, wnen ine uox
-- . our ner own nMinttisiinnita', Miiirairu cav
. d(herown bed, that Chariot ta'a onurag g
,,., Then the retired to little light cloeet.
which had alwayi been her favorite thinking
t plaoe, and came out two hourt aflerwirds with
very iwellen yt, and purple nose, and an ex
preasion oi isce wuin eaioi
"There now; I have accomplished that and
if any one urectt to e anr more tcart from me,
he la very much mlitaken.
I dwird pasted tbe bit day In dork corner of
tbe stable, very miserable, but itoutly decltr
Ing that be wu not crying, and throwing bl
of wood at Frank whenever he came to the door,
a bo did avary live minutes, to know bow Ed
ward wm getting on, and what be wu doing.
Ur. Grey did not wish to eke any long or sol
emn farewell of tbe children. He did not thiuk
they wer any of tbem la a ttote oi mind to i ro
ll t much by any advlo be might git tbem then.
II hoped that when ha wai ur iway from tbem,
gtd they wen more left ty theinaelt tl than Ihey
before. thr would rem
conrerratintiihehad had with them en their
partknlar fan It. and temptaiiona, and the right
wiy tif t niggling agalnat I hem and thai tho
new clitnmrtance In which they ware going to
be 1 'and, might prove better Uachen than be
c '"til I.
The lat time they all atemUcl to drink tea
in the library, waa more like theuUfuiully gath
ering,l htn anr they bail had for several months.
Sidnrr ocei( FMward out of his dark e rner
and Charlotte, her crrlpg well over, grew atuioit
Uiirry a the tidied the room, and oktared the U
bl for tea, and Milled Sidney In the bar win
dow, Mr. Urey rut aside hit bu slnc3 fur that
one evening 1 and they all lat rouud the open
window, and talked cheerfully and qutcllr about '
travelling and India, and the ropict of moot
log again toon In tome othor hutno, not 10 pleat-
ani ai mar, 01 ctorv, 0111 tun ny pieatint.
Charlotte asked questions alout their Journey
wiuormw, uu maue nor iinor uTO-niie inoir
aant to them once more, though they had heard
or ner erer since iney count reiiieiiibur, and anew
that she had boen a irreat Invalid fur m my years,
and lived very much alone In an oM-fiiliion.!
bouse abont a mile from the town of Huosiall,iii
Slaffurdi-hire. There w as a vtry go l school at
Uunstalli and Mr. Urey hl arraaged that Hid
ney and hxle ard were to attend It at day-tcVd-trs.
Fdward waa very mutU duirtayed at the
thought of Sldnev'e having to go to eoliool but
If Sidney himself did shrink from the thought of
mixing with ttranrer, from whh.li he had hith
erto Un to carefully guarded, no one saw any
signs 1 It. lie talkcil ragetly alout Hhooirei-
Iwandirlzer, audlhe pTeaaulebo thouldhtve
In teelnca gameofcrkkeU
CI arlotte conirratulated benolf erv mucti.tha
I next mnmfng, on hav ing got over all but crying
y .., - ,r. . .. .,
- im erthini neiirre, tor me train oy w nun tnej'
were to trawl started at in early nmirt and the
excitement of galling up at four oMock, the In
top of the
terest of teeing all the packages rastenod on I he
top of the carriage that wa to take them to the
station, and her htat Uiouto with Kux. about
the 1 tsclng of her Kobinson Crusoe box, occupied ,
her mind so fullr, that she could not till up one
rrmlmental thonght.or findtimefur a tuir, though
she had an uncomfortable suspicion all the time
1 that abe wa dwgraclim herielf by her want of
feeling ami tlm Ann . If not her father, would
I thiik the wvrreof her for It. A If to make her
Insemlbililj' I ho more remarkable, ev ry on cite
cried even the tenants, who stood round the
) doofi end the old woman at the lodge, auJ the I
tumplteman'a w ife at the llrst tull-gatt. Char-
n'ii w nomii in., uni. owr ., rru 0111,1 10 i
I... ... ....!. I .11 .1.- .!... I t ...
th ila'km, why ibo ovuU not cry when
Any aoeiued lo Jnd it so easy, and Ihon how ,
peopleould pouiblr cry with the morning air
j LIoh in fresh In their fares, and while the long i
shndotvtof the tree and hediroi stretched over I
the dewy fields, and the coar try looked o new I
In Its morning (l-es.
Tbey were only Jutt In tlm for the train; and
rlage window the minute bofora the train start-
o out ner ue.au was iur ed in an opposite i
dilution at I ho time, for Edwin! wit working
olTbls sorrow by tig rout klckl nnderthnm-at
against the prot liuon-liatktL, anil Charlotte
trembled for the fata of a certain bottle of her
own currant Inc, with whit h aha ilusignedto
refresh Bidjiey during lhe Journey. t hen she
bfleil un ber bcatl the train hml left the itatlou.
and the Journey that was to take them from
their old home and their old friends wai begun.
7he first few hours were dismal eaouh. Amy I
erled silently in br corner of the carriage, and
Frank bud Jut into one iJ hit Interminable tit cf
tears, in kith et ery one who knew htm dreaded.
I Sidotj' takedcheerrullr, but looked I Ired, and
I when Charlotte and Edward akd liiui, which
' they did very Tt en be waa obliged tn confosa
that the motion of the carriage hurt his back.
luanoue waaaiwavt lure that lime ot ner po
slllon than thu one be waa In would he mora
" ":v.:.:.;t :i.i.:n-Yi '...-,.l "; iv: i
uiui cviuioi taoie, anu .110 maun 111m roantj mi -
scat twenrr times In tb course of an hour.
while Edward propped bim up with all sorts of
bird and t ddly-shaped r aroels, w bich wen alway I
tumbling down, and having to be re-arranged.
It was nut until Sidney was nnlta evhfiu.ted.
and till Charlotte and Kelt, ard were on the point
of quarreling over their joint elTorti for bit or.m- '
fort, that I her were nerauailail bv Amv to allow
him lltll peace. Cbartott Loped that th
unpacking of tba prevision basket!, an 1 Ibe dis
covery ti the currant wuio, would make n pleas,
ant JitersUin from melancholy thoughts t bnt
though after some tlmo she persnadod i'rank
and lCtttsi ird to be hungry, her own fore
thought did not receive fi much gratitude
a the thought it deserved. Tiut currant
wine had ellrvsoud, forced the cork out of the
bottle, and vverilow cd among tho sandwiches I
the little that remained (-roved to lie muddy, and
of a dark color. Charlotte attrilmted this to
tomethlng particular In Hie currant; but Ed
ward suggested that It might be ow initio Char
lotte's having put lb wine into au old Ink bot
tle which had iievor breu propeily wathed This
difference of opinion gat o rise to a long family
dispute, In which every one grew loud, and
which, at alleveuti, had the poodetT.ict of rout
ing Amy and Frank from their crying Hit, and
giving frank an appellteforthawet iandwk.hu,
w hich no one else could touch.
Al the lionrt petted un, the children began
tn feel the (fleets of their earlv litiiur. Edward
fell askiep with bil mouth oieu, and the rest of
the party Uctine very quiet. Charlotte began
to reel doleful, and waa Jutt asking herself
whether hor insensibility in the morning wm
not a proof that elm was an unfeeling moiuti r,
whou her attention wui once more turned
from her ou ftelingt by the entrance of two
fullow'tritdlurs,. who very much excited her
Interest and curiosity, Tho lirtt wai a tall,
thin gentleman, dressed iu black. He teemed
to be short lighted, for, on getting Into the
cirtlage, he ttiirableit llrst over the feet of
the oilier tra teller, and then orer theedgo of
Chirlotte'i Kobinson Crusoe box. It was tho look
he gat e to this box as he rubbed his ancle, and
the contemptuous kick with which he ttuust it
muter tlm seat, which first made Charlotte re
sult! to keep her eye on him, and mail her dis
cover that he was a very luspiclout-lookleg tier
ton. lhe other wai a boy, apparently about
Sidney! age, though lie wu much tailor. A
truant ilv of black, curly liuir tumbled Over lis
forvheaa, and had to tie constantly pushed luxk
from a pair of merry brown eyes, tie r. o e
a fantailkal llttto green travelling ctp, aud
awmed to be unable to ill Mill fur fit a
minutes together. The vivacity of hit move
ments quite put a stop tn I'harlottn' hopei
of having a quiet cry. She found It im-
l possible to help watching him at be
opened anil thut the wlidowtj asked extraor-
t riia.rw fiueatlon. of tha riliriara at all lha at a
dinary queallont of the riorteri at all ilio sta
tions, andpuUod all manner pf thlngitut of I he
dlRVrent poukrti uf his Jacket. 1 here soemi.il lo
lie lome aciualntanoe ltteu the dark-hatred
boy and tbe thin gentleman. Tht boy bowed
to'lliu when bu came Into the carrlar, and
Charlotte thought that be put out bil foot, at
i the tame time, to make blm itumble. Some
I lime afterward when tbe gentleman lata down
hit book, took off bil apecleclea, and leiue 1 hoik
In hit aeat with his eyes shut, Charlotte taw tho
boy quietly lake a drawing chalk from
i bU pinker, tcrape a Utile In the palm,
of bis band, rub hit finger In It, and lln-u
tUe toftly from hit teat, ami lean over towanU
the, gentleman! face. Il wu a moment if
' breathless Interest to Charlotte. The black
linger got nearer and nearer to the lomrtbln
note but, Just at be wat going to touch tho
top it, a ludden Jolt of tba carriage made tho
EmtUjmun itart up and open hit eyea, and the
oy tiring back to ku aeat, and begin an earn
est Inspection of aomelbtug Out of the window,
"i hat a pity," CUurUii could not help
whispering when all WMquiet again.
". ou know htm, then I"' laid the boy,
"No, 1 don't."
"Well for j ou that j ou don't."
"Ii be to very bod tbeu t" asked Charlotte,
"I ihould think io."
"Wotm than thief." "A thief?"
'"Oh, dear I What a pity he got into our car
"Vm. Indeed i I never travel In the lame car
riage with bim if I ran help ll."
"Will be hurt ut "
"He Iim often enouirh hurt me."
"Hut It 1 broad diyllght," aald Chorlutte.
K.i..i...i ' '
rwil,, I IU0..J ,
"We are coming to a tunnel aoon the lonir-
Mt In England iter U no lamp la the carriage.
I adriM t ou to no on your guard there."
"Why, wUtcouU I dor' asked Charlotte,
'git still, now," answered the boy, tilting
back In hi corner; and Charlotte law that two
fn Lot,! ortAU Awud vavaartaw liiiiLlnie a l,.r.a a A
tba irectacW rWthiM LTtVlr .TorMJon
in irecieuj. rMmetning in their exprualori
mail ber dWncllned to talk any mar,, but
ntuuLiittai tvaj iii-k c-nwuff. .ntl ivh fs.lt liakrauaiw1
ChailotU wu no coward, and aba full hl-self
called upon by cjreumat ooves, to tl ga actir
iuuuiiianiiiuesuorigniKi uyeoeineu tokien up till tne end oi tn Jouruey, and then appeared Ti. thimi.Ht. rf ih--.ji.-ri T.,,;iT. . vrs oiin missvmary umnran, Bonanuaiwneaiij,
iiptheexclt.mentof Charlotte'! sp'ritt. IVi- mjaeriously on theaVm J Udward'a aeat Just J,, Mit ?tJ. nr?tUT.?i.it ' ""r "'';,' T-U2!"l;l2l "5
bil thev wool.l tiav vlven If .1,. h,t ..h. ir.tr. L.i..l ii,. i.rml... If ni,..l..n. '!?.J7:w.':7AJ,.."Lw?r k aran laniua. I'orthl purpna th Onmesittt'ie, ef
caogbt the last Irak between her father ami Sid- , had been In her usual ttate of vlgUanca aha waya'of a hkrt. atandard I but many of theUrgest 1 TjlLilLll7'VTSXtLVVl
nev. when theve'iook liauda thiouh th cat- would have ubaervrd that lha t-ntliman lo ka.l aniuia'a and bnlll at hishlrlMivd with ooomr.and ' PT'-'pnauiig tot turn oi ijioo. in reoort waa
part In looking afiartheaafaty of lb family. She I
Placed hrtlfrn the toat opposite that ofthenml.
dabls fellow-trarelkr, njtat f half an hour
without once movlng'her ey. from lb. too of I
hi tpecUr led note, enjoying the contclnuMWM
of being the only person In the rarriage qotte 1
awake, and feeling of more rontoquence than lire I
had ever done In her life before. At last, lonp,
101 111 wnistie made her start 1 there waa a
strange rushing sound in the air, and the bright
daylight changed in an Instant to pilch dark
, Charlotte hail never been In a tun
nel before, and ih had been etcltlng
herself with foolish fanclet; her heart
lieat very fast the felt aa if she must
do sometoingt and Jul', while Iter fours were
at their height tome on moved. It waa
the oppotlte neighbor) he was getting up slowly-
he wai Itooplng orer towa-ds Mdney'a teat.
it was more than vnanotte could near. Mho
made a spring forward, and caught at sn-nethln
a nairy thing it gave way horrlb'41 Char
lotte threw it to the olhar tud of the cirtlage,
andicreamed. Some one pushed hi r back Into
bene it, and Ihi next minute the daylight
ttreamed In at the window.
1 he opiKMite neighbor wai holding Charlotte's
hand. Ilia head at bare, shtrdng, and bald
and hit brown wig, a good deal rtiftled, wat rest
ing on the top of bidney'a crutch at the other
end of the carriage.
"Oh, dear 1" tald Charlotte, pulling bick her
hands t "I was to frightened. I thought you
ware Just going to"
lutChailolUdldnot reallr know what the
had thought, to the itoid short, and glanred
k 11VI IIV.T IIKIN, III hUW IllfpV ,USk llJ WUUI
C itne forward to help her with her explanation
a. !. Hs.K
rneml. in the hop that he woull
II was leaning forward la hi maI. hi fitiit
Lulled la hi hand, and his shoulders shaking In
a very suspicious manner.
The genUouian' eves followed the dlreotlon
of Charlotte'i) he Mt down on hit teat again
and said, "Ob."
Then follow Ave minute, when every one
talked together. Amy soolds.1 Charlotte for be
ing to silly Sidney apologized to the gentle
man, and handed back the wlg and th gentle
man, In a voice that did not sound at all like a
robber' or a murderer', aald he was sorrv that
t. ti-,1 Crli.til .n&l lit innnL I.itv 1.1,. tft K I
could not understand whv aha should be to much I
alirmed by his leaning over to shut one of the
curiage windows. He advised Sidney to tit
near lit sinter when thev earn tn th n.il Inn
nel, and observed that 111 was too old to scream
on being left In tlio dark.
..I l j. l,t 1.....1 tl.-.l .1
.uanovie was uuiujwi bo euoinii io inn moril1
floatlon of being traatod liko
bbr and a 1
coward, and In be tupioeil to be afraid of the
dark, aftel all her line Intent I jut of acting at a
defender of th party, 'lhe dark-haired boy
waa verv crave after hit Uiiirhlmr nt. and ex.
eted himself, with wonderful civility, In lookiag
for the genlleinaa'l ipectaclct, which had boen
pulled otf with the wig, and which did net turn
luiploloutly at Cdward when the spectacle wen
lound on lua leal, aua tuai the itark-nama boy
waa teitsd wliU a try odd-aoundtng tit of
"Safe at laat," aald Charlotte to Edward, aa
(ho stood by her brother on the platform, with
her box In her hand. "I neter expected it.
You can't think what I have cone through on
"iu can't think how foolishly von hare been
behaving," aald Edward, who bad wakened from
Ua sleep In a very bad humor, and had been
csjit Ing suspicion glance ou their younger fel-
low-iwnenger ever since. "Ihatlioy baa been
making a Joke of ui the whole way. I tell you
he It laughing now, anil talking about ui to
those oilier two boj'l who met him at the car
Edward waa tery apt to fancy that people
were laughing at tun, and to prote that be wa
mLtaken. t'harhittA looked round at Ih muin
01 uoya uecinu ner.
Ihcv are not laOL'hlnir ahe aald. "The '
boy who trateUod with ni ii coming this way '
to look for lualuugagai the others are turning ,
away, lint oh, Edward! look what oneof theui
It doing now I 'What a shame I How cruel I" i
eluding Amy and Kidney, who were claiming
At Cbarlottel eager tone ail the chucren, In-
ineir laggage, tnrnea round.- una eg in Dort to
wluxu thclx young fellow-traveller had been
taking, wax now walking ilowly down the na
tion, one ibouldar vary much pusJuod up, hi
bead on hit breast, hi left foot turned In bo
wai mimicking hlcncy. Sidney gave on aur
prtiedlonk. and then turned away, and went on
counting toe parcels. One look was enough, too,
fur Edward, llefor Charlotte could stop blm be
wa half way acrost the platform, and the boy,
taken off hut guard, lay sprawling on the
"He Ii up again I he baa struck Edwanl I Oh,
Sidney I they are fighting, mop them I" cried
Sidney battened to the spot but Wore he
came up to the boys, two of the bystanders had
tutertertd between tbem. One waa a tall woman
In a red ihawL who letzed I'dward by the collar.
and drained blm violently alonu the Platform 1
the cither was Charlotte' friend In the brown
wig, who repreved the boyi In a ton of itrong
Indignation, and ordered them Immediately to
leave tl station.
"1 am utonlshed, CoWni," Sidney heard Mm
lay 1 "1 thought jou were more of a gentle
man." The boyi walked away, looking somewhat
crestfallen, and Kr-U ey turned round to look arier
Inward and his rescuer. Edwanl had shaken
himself fioe from ber not very gent I grasp, and
waa now ttraliibtenlng his onilar with one baud,
and with tbe other holding a handkerchief up to
"There la one thing I hope," the wu laying
11 .Sidney cane np; "1 hop you are not one of
tie Matter tirey'a for if you are, a pretty bs
glutting jou'te made of it fighting with tho
sihoolboyt before the Doctor's very 1 es. A pret
ty life my ml-uli li likely to have, Itoviarebad
enough gov way t but lighting boyi "
.. . TyZ. . . m . i l l '... ." . iWottor A'u'de,ir 77,1, drtir. ooJy"rfor whWi n'ltt"' 0mitton tbduilan B.irl(Anr i;r
llce'tf"' Sidney Interrupted, knowing that, nmler b.lVtoir.o.er. Tb. JalelMenartt that tl, through their Chairman, rUr. Dr. Botnwiv, of
the present circumstances, Ivlsardt antwer
would be long In coming. "Are you coma to
meet ns f I
"I im; and I can't lay I'm glad you're come. ,
It all Ihi your luggage?" the addoil, turning to
Amy, "I never law such a quan'lty to badly
packed, It mutt come to the home, I suppose ;
but I'll not have It lumlmring ahnut, 'Iliere'l a
tly wait ing tor you outidd tbe station. I tuppme
yon don't mean to itay here all bight i" ltd,
elilng on two carpet bags, which she dragged
along much lo tlie same way, tn which the had
dragged Edwanl, the marched on, and tha chil
dren silently followed ber. bhe scolded Amy at
the carriage door, for not having brought any
thing with her In her hand; and when the child
ren were safely thut msl.lt tbe cab, she elimlied
up on th box, and altered the arringement of i
every ot tne uoxu w men tue man uau, piaceq
ou I he top of lb carriage,
. .. ' . ... . . . a
" It mat Itrange woman goiniriounva, . won.
dor V aald Frank. "No; the is titling down with
all the carpet Jiagt In her lap. I wonder what
tort of a puce we are going to."
A Cei respondent 'a Tlalt t Ih Isidlua Untvee
raium, tei. U, 1WJ.
Th very contrtdktory rrporta reoelved her of
tb quantity of gold obtained from tb Indian grave
in tho deptitrnint of rhlrlqul, and of th valm of
til discovery m opuulcg a new field for uumlgraUva,
Uduoed ire Pi par a visit to the locality for tha pur.
Io of obtaining tb iniatt reliable Information.
mq Panama t-i tb anchorage otf tha mouth of th
river on wbteh the town of ihtoid la attuated, I about
fl hour' voyage by atuain, aud from Coca Culoa, tha
landing-place, lolMvtd. oueuuea from (toll) hour
In a eaiioe. A short rule uf three tulles, over a flu
opt n country, bncg tne UtT.l.r irooi th nver Ian, I.
li.gto tb ton. Th ateainer far wm 1i tb
bt un tt river la eliargvd for at th rate of $1 HO
tor tarb oar and at lor Ui bunt, tve Bad six row-
erv, and our eanoe ci uld oomfortabiy bar oetiuio.
datid M preoaa,witi tbiar baggmjo. A horn to
the town mmU 40 cents, aid oaAits bring la IU
lKKake tnu rat in v uept uer iuBifa,
li.rld, tn eeiitrai ortn di part on it, la on of tha
the imputation amy number about 6 UOO, among
Whomarfw forahrnim- iwu-tlv fluniiaaa. IUU
tana and flench but herettgia only a I. of tho
isnittsauon naa lound their way imo no 4"-;
nil ape, and ntwie i
Dries amenlr tk i
doMnnt f Tlieyond
wmel-nVy of to. produiH. of the ''
I'Jp.rt, ihm . Vurrlli''ls1f''0'i
.CTby i T KreiJhn!n!rud the d ixo-U.
zfK " .l . e.aulavti mn About 1102
anVl! Unreal li 7 u. B-J ni I '
lewiowoa sua. n sprung up ui ew urana-u Bcripuins. was mvt-""ti i ";;,"'"""" l"v
. kl'lc t Indept-iidenoa. II i altuated In th nentrl tials had en ImusJ, over a million of which had
' oieoixtenmTjpiatu, at in lua ot in slop el in iruaiiiioino" ...
. ' Vnican -a it -. inthM - i.n. ,.L,-ni t At ttm arternoau ttawlon. afur alao-uui and lira
t-orUaont) r cheap. A etMle MUtu b bnnght
& .SlS '!2 U? nfoh
ihl; a ownnhlp, lb holder harl&f title a
hmaar tlm tjiaa he hi In aHual eccnpaney. AU
land net thin bald may be flatted uoot ami t'
Mttler'e right 1 snod. and cannot be Infringed.
The entire of the department U ataadantly watered
by atreaiat that rite la Ih Cordlllerae, and ma with
Julokdwceatttth sea though ttey offer s 11 is of
i finest mtll-dte In the world, thens ks not a efaff
I whel In th who) oomntrr, and all the work of
prrrlag eana, A"., la don oy hand. Tbr are
tw tt dry, whkh ltts from DererelMrtn
May, and th w.l, for th nst cf th year. AarHmdlwr
th eloraig th To'cn, which rim ll a brtght of al
mt W.Ono fett, any temperature can b fWuid,
from the burniug tinical to that of prtft!il
flprlng 1 from tli reirionrfth palm to that of th
oak. 8-b Is Chlriii and David cpltal. Thmngh
esil the ret of th depaitmcnt a f" village art ct
tend 1 but th grritott part of th rand I entirely
unoccupied, and Ui most of 4vi) le realdlntr there, a
little known a th Inteilor of Africa. This Intrmlno
tkm anay b useful to those who pnpw vVltfng the
gddigglng,or think oferplortng the lotorlor forth
rich miueaof the prcl)iiamrtAl said toerlst, and at
on ttm to have been Immensely productive.
faace, in t Itunett nor Ihtank, a generally writ
ten, I an Indian nam for th tmrylng-placea of the
ikM.rrforringdikBytoth'w sepulchre dug In the
ground and unmsuiUd with a circular or eonlcal
rounnd ofaarth. Ill probably if PVruvlsn origin,
but Is getima'tr usl throughrmt 8panjih Amer
icai ainl Is to l rmd In ltra' filotlonary.
Th "(1'iavaa" abound thmughiut th province of
Chliiul, Vtisgu, and Asuem, and thrlr vast nuii-
ner prove inat at un ptnmi tn omiotry rauet hav
been v.ry denauly Inhabltrd. They are frtiudlnll
tltuatu na. In th plate M well at on th atdai of th
, CordUler, and on tto Island of th coe. Thi
who bar aid mnrt attention hi th subject ur that
they are mora gtnera ly found nn th aid of a hi 1
faoliig toward the west ami near a river or stream
In Chirkiul thrr ar divided It th I oris Into two
claMwa "tluva do Pllsre,Hor Pillar Unaou, mark.
d by rows of upilaht stones, say from eight Inchr
to a Toot aquare, and from one to four feet high, and
"Guaca Tiai," or Covere-I Ihiar, eorulMlng of
mound paved r overlstil with shines Uk.u lo varia
bly from eoiue river bed. There exist no dhtln
irulihuur mat k by whlon a tluaot eootalnlng gold can
be known from one In which ou'y eir lottery 1
Csmd I and It I n't vsrv cs-'ul amrch In th artk
at th bottom that bring to I'ght tuegolda iret-
The fluac rarlea In depth from two to ttre yards,
and appear m all caae lo bar been sunk until th
hard auDttranim wa reaened, on wbkjh tlie atone
eoftln or box, containing th remain of Ih deosved,
aa1ared. Thlon"nlmadnfaapecl ofnag.
stone, found In aoni of th river, ami as froia flr
to seven ftct In length, by eight or twtuly look
LnaJ and d. mi In audi raae It 1 aivansj nm
t'4!' " wv inrr- .iim hm iuim.i iu
blark mold la found th remain. vli
tldentlr, of tn
Uv.1t and around It ar ptaoed eaithenwar
ixita and the golden omanwnta, with Kntim
stone hatchets and arrow-head. When tlia gold i
ni iouiui m in sione -neaanira, ll is awMtoiM on-
tallied at The leit hand aid or the body, and In mo I
caw It b. teen miicovanja la lateral enavatlon '
found In anv on arav. waa laid lo U abotit alx lb..
.. . . . " . : .,.
in la'iraet uiiai.ruv
but It may I rnnnd. ntly aa-rtod that In tb. grave
contalntd gold. 1 know of nu arty wh oiened
nearly nny uuacas wunmit nnding anything. An-
as his share of euihtern. KiovaU,i of oUiara war
IiIm.... K.r-..L-.. rl.uM wu
equally unfortunate. Perbap it la that th atrangsr
who go to dig do not know where to look for th gold,
or pei hap in ar too haarr In their examination,
but certain it w that nxt of tit gold baa been dla
covarml by nallvr 4 tu country. It Is Impomlil to
rnfi .1 .,ij mum uk. . uut nuni. m III quail-
Mf do,e.lu,i lo tie prownl tlm thn.
who hav.UtafortunatdJ not Sk to let their lue- I
reb known, au.1 tho. who buy front tb na- '
U-m try to keen.i tt.lr ww! -trjl. Tak
lug Into aoooubt the ainonui already sent to Pan.
1 ama. tctbcr with what la known to be In the
-gttner wnn wnat la known tn be In th
imraona In DstIiI. and crfullv.timt1mr
th rttM.rU of tb who bav bu auoouMHful, It may
Wrly be concluded that alit iJ pminde' weight o'f '
Uuatlaa ha bosn dug ms Ot which two-third, w I
proUbly pur. gold. Thi amount reprwtsnt th
labor ciiout 1600 m.n for f,iy.da'v many of
whom cam from a dlatanr. ri oomnderahU eim'nM. '
At vet. a verv imall rxntkin of the ennntrv ha bean.
(xplorcd, aa tl. rain prevent any atUmpt at enter,
higthe mountain foreets. Th greater part of the
gold that ha been dMalnal wat gut at BtiaaMta, tha
Oaoe where the Crst dlacovsry was mala. Thia la a
email plateau on the mountain slope, about thirty
mile from David, an.1 Is reached by a pretty good
nod, passable at all times except whn th nvurt
floodlit In th dry country, when th weather will
Srrult of the oountry being properly prnwpected, no
uU other rich ' Uuaca.iH will be found, for it 1
WIHW, M1WI JIM. -UUMI.M Will lB 1VUUU, lOr I
vldent tliat th Indian bav abiiwUno of imIJ.
Ilut the DMt Iruportant iult thu wUl probably
iprlngfrom thb.. cltemeX , be a "horoug-;
Mersb for, and discovery of. tli aource from which
mruu lor, 1 uinooverr di. tn nuirw iruio
th aborlgtido olitalned their large ripply of
Already, rumors are anoni or stream wKh no
sands, aud report are brought In of mountain of
aunr.rou none, uoti-ianng quana ana ooars
river gild liar boen exhibited In David, and auy
quantity of Iron pyrit" ha been mlatakra for the
er purv, by th Ignorant narimai Init t'.at tli gold
xhd on Ui rclflo slop of the Cnntlunr, tlira
can be no doubt, aud that being the teas, a few Cali
fornia miner will anon dlsoovr It whereahouta.
This, however, Is a work for tho dry aan only, aud
UI probably rriy tlime who undertake It with auy
-at Ileal knowledge of gold prospecting.
. It need aiarcely lie aald that th oooitplera'of th
It need scarcely lie aald that th ooourlort'
land are 01 lowj tn the grave exoavathwa, and do
their t.tt to keep th dlggtrt off their gronnds.
They cnuiplam, and with -m HUl. naann, tliat
their eettU) ar Injured by falling Into thanptn nolo,
and that their pasturage la out up and dart roved: nut
th true motive of their oppnuttou U a etltlsh desire
to KMrve exoavatlon for themtelT, and reap th
bnef.t. If any, of their oontent. Iu ,ne ease a
landholder ordered the gate of his fenos to be otoaed,
aud aeut up the police to tear d wrn tlie ranoh put up
by a couple of men who .r!irted in aqualtbur on his
lands; In another Instane!! Imprtanucd a uian (an
Aumrlrau negnd, who n-fum-d t-i datdet (rota digging,
and when I loft Ihivld tb rnsnvaj still loik.f uji.
In all catk-t that haveeiii to my k 00 sledge, the
forilgnert al present hi th oountry have m.t at-teioi-ted
to enter on any privet properly without
fli.t coining loan untlurkl-uidlng with th owners,
and 1 know of two com whr they paid tor tL
prlrllrg of excavating.
"Ih But lgialature, now In aainn, hM an act
before It relative to tb Uuaras, which be paas-d th
amoud rra-llDg. Hr it averr penun wishliu to dl
muet first liiilemnffy Ih ownn or holdor of tfa
luidt. Arte r h ten be Is tn otitaln a Uoonse from th
sir thoM preliminaries all hi duds la his own t If
thlalawiaeaei, Uwlli gtra ri to a vaet amount tf
trouble, aird nm.t Venmi a doed letter, m tb (lor.
rnuieut I an not th fore to carry It tut o eUuct- Th
object of limiting the tlm of th lioentr to IMrni
daus I u i brlou.i to favor th huvliio'ders, and a
unjust to tin rtlgiti rs, that It will defeat itsi-if.
One word of ,lric lo enilgrenu. 1,i not com
btfoie Ihiceuit-ert take the l.thrim route In prefer
uue lo tl.e D-t dnl Ti-ro on I bring na uaokw bag.
gagu, aud do m t cuinlirr yotinilf with a tvut ; but a
ginxl pair of tilanUt. will ba UMuaaaryi itiek,
,iar Ure' or In David. flaridlnill.
ems, Hit tuns. (Vr. Trttmn,
o-.iv. uu.a. nm-. m, i..,..-.
verwaryof th Auiarican lilbl L'ulva wm begun ou '
AMrnicAi Dime L'sioi. The tenth anal-
Wednesday, tth lott , In the 1st Bi-tU.t Cbureh, our. I
of Dnsaue and UUaUth strrcta, ltv. Dr. T. Aim-
i Tto, D. P., preskbd Th Comuilttc on Momlna-
Uor.t riported the foanwiagoioereforthinuing
' yn I
frtiUltnt Ilv. Dr. AtuiTaua. Ties PrtMint.
Rev. Messrs tl W, r-aiov, A. Cam-i.ua, R.
uannux,. V.t.tKP,J St. Utaur, H. HTli.D, Uyl
R rt ar, J. C 0ox-. f- J- al0, U. Anal,
o. "-, a- B.aii.1, j. u woa, J. uatv, u. i
Uoow le, W. el. CLrr, J. W. 8uow and E. duith.
Jfners vr Ons I'sd'. Donciv, lUaia, M. C
Kuait, W. 11. Maiaoa, J. lioooa, John Hut, C. T.
Goftftwia, W.4. Uurr. Jtiisa M. Biuw. Coao 8 ami.
Jfonuoers fur Tiro ltar.l. o. linui. n. n.
Pcarta, G. A. Miawia, W. D. Muai-uv, W. B. Hair-
T. II. Itu ua, J, L Towaaaan, J. U. WlLLa aui
jVasuieeritr TAras I'sari. J, W, r'u, W. n.
rtssiiriw, tj. u. atoavo, I. H. raan..a, u, v.
Pint ', II. llrTciuasa, J
n. 04BU, l. s, v..-
ana b. i. itiuita.
The Trtaaiirer prraeiited a repi.it, sheh'g n,'"
pendlture ef !n..uir 01, anla.1 rc.l( ts if ft". MI .
'l tie bVeretsry tbeu le.d in annual report I th t
stractofwblohls, ibal the 8.ri'us prUited hi lbs
Bliisblaiiinuwrs,M lJ"f elhelei.llr dlstrl'B tod
i J., ..., . ..,.. iaimij roiOesnf Ih Itallar.
Krii4oiMltlll been dudnhul.a lu Italy, and it
wa.' InteiMird to Incwas. that, nuuber t-i &U WM I
mot II an IS IKXI had bwu rl.d todistribit lou.uw
Trrlsments lhe Gariuau dlr durhif tht
tale war In fcuni-l I'- wot k of rat-lng th .ughsV
er, a rit coonreoo wm opnea dt um aocrirUry
ntJInir a letter from rg. Ulnar, ef Maasaobuaatta.
Itsv. Dr. J. Ciuuia, of l-ennaylvanla, followed wtt.
a few remarks. Kev. U. M. Uoaaaa, of rttrw ieraav.
oi inat aomutw ua
ef the first quarto
in uiuisi. tnr
rerhnoa eg a vr-
Jon King Jkirti' edition, puhllbd at Trenton,
l NwJenry. There U tfMt need for tba rsvulon of
It. Ikrturee. and th,"4ntrloaa Kb? TVnJon U Ita-
1 i.nrlw.t.. Bitur.wt. t.......
Rev. W. R tfiiarnt, D O , fb&ewwd with a few T.
rtiarkalneonriorartnatDr. Baaksav 'aWvUr. I.
C. ItaYa wm la Uvof of auUlah Inert not for grattt
itoua diMrltsitloa, to m to pteo the Culoti aaore- bt
fot the world. " "of -
Itre.iwto,,0f Va.alludei W Ih rUN t
Nw Tmk In 12, to confer with the la Dnta
d s. The rTlil wa the imwi liiniU! rolnaM
la tl world, but It wa now hwperfectl j tranciatod
aa to b full of ormtradlctlnna anr emhUiiove BhrMM
which were much nurnnderatnn by tk a r lbs
people. For year th work had bean rang en nrnUr,
ateadlly, but quk tly, and now he eould antwte for It
th' the msjority of th llaptlat of Tlrgtatawere
arrvrty In favor el Blbl rtruaon.
Her. Dr. K. 11. BiLOwim.f' rhTiadelphta, enotn
trtt la the ciiiwo meeting', which wa bos
oprM.r but. dtwt. b vaaoaaminsn, c Indiana,
earn from a State where not only th uajorttr, boa
waer no oruy to majorriT, doi
a and ckOd. of any tBtalllgasna,
er. Or. J. K. raiot, of I. &,
th the chin which hehtd taken
every man. woman
wa a rntatontai. 1
wa .till weak with I
while preaching revision In Ttnav He thought If
th truth of Oad'a word Mttok"(ni tnn, ooneden-
re as olnaaly a the chill stuck to tint, aU tb
world would torn to b rrrlitontot.' MS sett III had
raiaed orer 10,000 ftw the verk m the pat olatrt
nientha. Mr. C T. Clamant, of Jordan, R.T..
fpt a ontny.
Aftar the afternoon nrrVxe war eoashxUd. th)
meeting adtned to th baeeroent 0 the ehsmh.
whsreallrieral repast wa prrad. Boor ef pretty
glris, rW thnrrttWiirt chiwehl noted foe Ubw-
ty, were m atMndanee, aaa to atagw oonroxweea
the altemoon and evening
ibly Snl by th delegate la eonidrtng the repast,
At al o'clock In th .renin? th eonferaneo oonv
meore.1 1 at T eelk the buatnasa meeting w op. ot,
Prof. U. C. lyiov tn anm hrtef rttnaraa twine
maile, apprared to edvoatt a nvWoa of th Scrip
ture, whll a rueruhr, who mU hlmattf very eoo
tpioumit teveral I'mis, IntTrupted waTh eetreag x
clamatlon ahnut th need of faith.
"av. Dr. A. Cvuoe wa latrodueed. FUa a'
wa t waiiUd to a a revision, but, for a long time,
ntver evpeetedonetnhi day. II gave a long his
tory of til JuhVng th Union, and hi eonneetlon,
with it sine. The dlscuadon la the oetety, aftw
years alnr, were clearly and brUty ketoh d, and
theh uniwno on th Society wa pronounecd to be
for th. good of th fnlon.- II wa ht fa at the
Blbl being no revtsed that tea people eould under
stand It without asking tbir prsachar what oerUha
wool meant. A new eainon i oematuea Djn In
pmgre of th English, languai. At the oooctn
ahia of Dr. Civuoaul remark, the meeting ad
journed, c I
AMitRtrAt Uinta Uatos 8awnrn DAT.
The bnator nellng eooioisnced at t o'clock A.K.
after an hoiir of onnftreno meeting had been hUI
Tti attendance wa quite large. Mev. Dr. Atonraaa
la the Chair.
Jtcv. Mr. Uaeava', of Ob In, was trie flrat eptaker.
II waa strong In tamr of Bible tevMan. and as a
warrant fcr H, qootad Nabemlah.YIU, . Prof.
Wameo followed in the earn strain, kakmar chrtst'e
language, wten on the Ouan, a euekoilt foe
na' mearda In wotd suited la th eomonben-
ionof bo who hnl It, '"
Kv. Dr. Btats, ef WIlllMnabuawk, front tea Oom-
mitte an t'jigtlah fJaripturea, veeaated a long re
,.,:,, .,, -.. tr.Mltlon ef th UShU- Th
port, the auoauuioe or wnicn wa en ui j ror
," aiLnb.l. .
. w . ',..,. rf s rfnM ih W.
.. . . -- --.-.--- i . '
..' .. - - .v .u.
'" ; " " "'"-. "';-?'rr."--J-IS."-I
,i!TC,XrZror nWhhiii !
KLTtd whoSrol, ? Sf-,
. .ia ,-r..v -k.m dnv. Bnt k ir.
IV I It tr -i -- -
I U,S'TS: ,.. ,. . , u-t
I ' ' wr -1-- ,u ..- w w. r
marking that 0v InaUnee had oeeumd lnc the
xtabllabment uf th Union, In which brethren had
Intended to leave a lency in faror of th Untso, but
wer called away stiddenlj, and wlthnul putting an
tl Ing In thrlr will. Th report wa adopted.
tbr. Mr. KAixootror Boston, (ran in unamms)
..a ..,..- (nii .,,,,. Mruw4Wt .K. tk. ,.- , ,
rf iti'latrTrsrrliii?S? JSLJ'
S'n." lJSZZSZL. $2Z
r'.-T.. - -. .""'r rrr s-r ?r?T
lh and Italian taataromda had been dlfltrtbuUd la
this city, which were followed br vii known 000
veraion. Two kwndnd aud fifty dollar bad alats
?" Si 1 ?.r7ufSt sh? fZZlJ?i-2a
,w'KrFJrliUllWn the -f-wekara TsU-
m&JiI?r?S7'.h. rv,ml- oi, 'k. n..
JFltZ.'SSV. Lfi ?
" C"PU"!- "32"? .oM.oan pan earn rrom
iietu an. 1 irui "" -j"s scia oweaai ue sisbii vwse
Uermany for 100 000 TMUiMnh, aad rttooxus
t at th dlMrtbutiuai tn that part of th world be 1
a Msenthd rt of th work of th Union.
Sentltroen, In a long emeoh, araed the saoptl
he report, aa did Mr. Wtoaori and Wnfssaur
MT, .-.. ,W. .WV
renoit. aa au Mr. wtoaort and rinwaaur kloa.
to. It wu slated by Uaatvioaorr that a thorough
r rrlali n of th Itihl m in Qerraaa tanguag waa
contrtoplatod. Tb repot t wa adopted.
Hv. Mr. Vstuosbt, from th Commlttat on Dr.
MasflFi'i lettera, roonunendd an aeprsfttatlon of
11. BOO to proour ooplea U th Maw Tstmnt la th
it'bga'e language. The report wm adopted.
??Wto" """ W"
K.v. A. ILronoai, rroann Oitnmltien PabU-
t ..,-- - --- r- - -----.-. r-
S.OOd eonl. Th Rtporttr wm anoth trark whloh
bail don irmoh good, aad had eubsorlptioa as!
llev. Mr. Oitrt.from theOrmmUes oalt. John'a
Oo-pel, reported thtt ai far m lhr had (on tn lha
tamlnaUou, th oorrectlon mal rndrd tho
Ba-Inr more plain than King darn tejtatjo. Tha
"SH.rt wMadoiaed. ,, r
The UocniBitt oa. Ipaniah geilprtire reportedt
thiough thair Chairman, Iter. J. W.-tsaaua, o
that the work Brooklyn, of translating , th Boripf
una tntonpanlsh bad b0 earoplatid by Bv.
Caow a, a mlaalouary lu Central AmurleaJ who died
within a weak altar th work wa ,m.Msrl, lavinr
ta young and prutly wu In delicate health, and deatt
tut elrcutiiitaneea. Th Iter. Dr. Aaurraaw mad m
hw remarks, stmpaShlstng with, aae-Mfftune,
and finally stated that tb lady wm prsstnt, A eoV
lautdon, tha firat tv a mads In a Blbl Unto. Aju.lv.r
lary, wm then taken p, and reallkad the aum et
(ll 13, which ndd th asoralng sssnUnfc
At two o'clock P.M. th nm-tlugwuotMnedbya
fw remarks from Rev. Dr. J. W. Utaae, l Wuiuui
burgh. Th Secretary of th Ualon, nv. Mr. Deoav
at, ahtted that h ba, reoelvd a not enn!alnuir
a lf,froiii a laily who bad beta trnrtdna Aw lb L'nlou
Kev. T. L. OaaoaBKiiuaa spuk bnflrt Kv. Dr.
k.ritii.r, of Londoa Cilr, spuk nxt, lnoourag
Ing Ida brttt r n to a eonllnuanr Iu th food oue.
In an elegant little plea of poetry, which alluded
very eoinpllUMntarlly to Dr. llurairr. Bev. Wu tV.
Iltu. s;ok nl, giving a sketch of hla tsrancy In
making convert to th Blbl Union., lUv. htr.
Haasaa, of tUUs ltland, spok of the pereao itkna
to which revialunlata war sujtcted, and the dlAeul
ty of preutling thalr r-lrdone.
Kv. J M. Ltos, ui Nw Koch!, follow-td. Th .
bout having now err! red th oppnlng of th bust-
Etta meeting, nav. ur. anrrAU iouk to enair.
I-hlla-lelDhla. thtt their work, had been moat uo
oeaaf id, tin ir tditlon of th ooriptura having been
pronouuoud Impartial and perfect,'' even n the
Church of Roru.
Rev. Dr. Aouu.ll, haVaugg(d In th tranala
tlun of Ibo IHU Into Italian, .poke alanm hnigth of
lb nrl for It. and etpreae.d hi Joy tbot 11 ws now
rea-ly for publication rouipiet. lie tald that art
Italian Iiibl. sjoclrtv had been formed I lUlv to aek
In conjunction with th Blbl I BlorurrTtM trouble
1 1 1's'T appear to 1 anluly political, but thy rvallw
ail froni au awakanlng of th People m rallgtou
niatUrs. It wm thorrealoabf th fopeof kvxo
i -.J! W ' lAlStwTS Li'll? if.TS:
nuttee, In accordane with thea vtawa, wm then
ll.rt tVulowad favoraute report, which wer adapt
ed, on th progreM of tht revlaloa of St. Mattnaw
end Ft Luke, and Of tli eoramlttse on oUtumri.
not Icing briefly tb death f Dr. NoTV aud othr
note.l-iuen.bers. The report on Beripturaa tor the
lhtalbtn wm alao rtad and adopesd. .Kv. Dr. At
Hirscithsnkedtlieeexun.lUeeaaa4 ether fur their
Mrviosa , ,,
Brotbw Enoi, aa out supporter ef the eau,
. ,spvk brkBy In an .noouragtag ma.
" "0oif and Muomiau. both !,
and th Uuar
prentrd a rraolutaoii, that Mr. Uaoatri'i tpaaob be
prluud In tract form, and dlstdbuud by th L'nioo.
Mr. Uncawaa spoke next,' ea Mm eJeuiiilty of tn
lUDjerv. Hrcansr ULirro wa. lo uryr oi sprvaaiug
eru-t -rldal-rttu, urlnrfrvl of (hw ..
1 Th, kv. Uro. Tlnoabi t wm proud of being Vlr-
ainlani ht luv.d VlnrUil uJ ll barlnrtltuyou Jl-M
M they are, and wauled aa anniversary er bum
meetbur of the Lnluu held there. On. Kiviaevow
'-.' ' "" .I...V.IIK- Uk.rfll,a.l,.llJ
.ill. ....l... , th Trtmeas for th na of thai
I ne i reawiorr ,,u. .- - " - - 1 -r-
I ,t,nrcb lb aietnbsrl for ItMlr on ttiatUoduee
d.lws and their buapttatlty, and tl rpnrtor (or
I u,Mr fa.tlifui report. AdJournaduxddaUaAileok.
I Alalx o'clock In tk sreniug, to mtiat wan
attain ornu,auu aeouieruis atvoung WMtwUT. ta,
j woitui WM.-VI- wi iiwi,i wi.tui.n w .yeaco.
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lb. t'nloik II said he had beau M eeary anjuveraarw
of Ih I una bnl one, stno tu origVa. but ttaowghk
this th miat prootaU and deUahKul ha toad t
tartkiiiakd In. 11 raadrv a awigaa. apnea! to the)
Vnlon in fa tor of a aupport 1 that MA revanon.
Kev. Mr. T.I. Uaauaiaawa., .Undlaiia, UiowedV
II. spok wall and husuorona!j, freduMitly bringing
th. bouM down, ut rearu of laughter, u amnhaU
callr denied th stjorywhloh bad begun to t wind,
tiiUUwtUbroOhM(d,Ui Vlot-rraUntof th
t ulted BtaUf, aud aaid hi wm ueittsr ala brother by
bU4,hl UtUuer U rtilghio, or hi brvtaar la potf-
Mr. SaaositrarnaiUareod lpak and apeakt
with mil sum and ai uarenl IMUnc. Th fiad
L deed. JUv. Mr. Aurrrw ataUd thai th0rttre
coliwre ss.tniw, l.naail vmacw, in "-.ii . -
r4eted, and would M nod l lb tVw al IIM rat of ,.
twtity-avMt.to par copy. Ueislinud was ta
marks ua th cloa of tb naireoayT. ",.
rvfvid fMiumiy lo th .ut;i; w "
Nora. Dr. Aamioaa wm tfahinsd hT th aikHeae
wlthgrMllnltreot. Tb. Oajv-rfiel-n idJowMal, -
rgr-.lliunouneewi.-"; j T """" Jff" i
Rev. Mr. riaw avwaiim wyu. ,nw. wwiow m-
I lier-tial Chun oa I
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