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CITY & NEWS ITEMS
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For Market Reports and Marine Xewa, seefoarlh
List of Premiums.
I.H0KT HOE KB.
Jacob Huso, Cleveland, 1 Durham bull, 3 vn
M 1st pr.
. 11. Urown, bachd, I llarhui bull x years
old. iA pr.
lw Jaclson, Ur.nge, 2 Lei tern, 3 years old,
1st and 2d pre.
R. Jackton, Oraoco 2 yeailio' Urifrr., lit
and 2J pre.
K. Jackson, Uranve, 2 cum over 3 years oM,
Island 2d pr.
E. W. Luster,
Docr, 2 yoka yearling stcrrs.
do 1 yearling b ill. 1st r
do 1 yoke steers, rreoiu.
do 1 calL lt pr.
ti E. Johnsbh, WarrensTille 1 sa;e cheese,
11. Bastei, Orange, 1 clase r yr old, l't pr.
1 . . 2stpr.
1 " 3Jpr.
BREAD AXD ICTTEt.
W. H. HuUhinson, Mansfield, 50 lb Bulter,
Lewis Ford, Et Clevelasd, 2 loaves Bread,
1st pre in.
J. C. Brnirn; Euclid, 15 lb Butter, 1st prem.
Mrs. K. J. Irak, Cleveland, 2 loaves bread,
1st irem. -
lire. M. J. Drake, ClevclauJ, 1 pan Biscuit,
Ure. J. H. Breed, Cleveland, 10 lb Bulter,
J. rerkins, Euclid, 10 lb Butter, 1st prem.
H. G. Marsh, Solon, 10 do do
0. S. Gates, Brooklyn, 1 bushel Buckwheat
Tuomai Hun), Eockport, 1 bush, wheat,
V. ey, Bedford, 1 bush, oats, 1st prem.
A. T. ilubbard, Kcwburgh, 1 bush. Timothy
seed, 1st prem.
C A. Curb, Cleveland, i bosh. Barley, Di
ploma. Thos. Hogir, Independence, 1 bush. White
Wlirat, 2nd pi em. .
Thos. Jlogg, Independence, 1 bush Oats, 1st
li. L. Wiggins, Newburgh, 1 bush. Cora, 1st
A. P. Leland, Newburgh, 1 bush. Corn, Di
I'lREUCtS AND H1ENESS.
'W. Wilson, Brooklyn, 1 set Carriage harness,
Jolin llasrot, Cleveland, 1 set single Har
ness, 1st prein.
, milch cows.
C. 8. Gates, Brooklyn, 1 milch cow 1st pr. -
- M U " & ' "
" " , 1 " 2d pr.
STOVES, JC. .
Dewey 4 Co., Cleveland, 1 p.irlor stove, lnt
Dewey A Co , Clevclai id, 1 cook stove, 1st pr.
T Jones Co. " 4 parlor urates, 1st
T Janes Si Co., Cleveland, 1 patent grate, 2d
v oolsoI liitcncock i luunsev, 1 cook lovc,
J,r. " -
W Cils.in, liitcbcorK t Ramsey, 1 sheet iron
frtev., pr. - '
.. i DEVONS.
E. W. Dille, Euclid. 1 heifer 2 years old, 1st
K. . IJiilc, LucliJ, cow, is pr.
" 1 hei'er S yre old, 1st
Charles Compton, E Cleveland,
I cow, 2d pr.
Charles Compton, E. Cleveland, 1 calf, Istpr.
W. F Gidihr.gs, Olmstead, I bull 2 yre old.
. - FkESCH MEKIXO.
W.TT. Austin, Dover, 2 bucks 2 jra old, 1st
. . . , i . , i. .
V. . a. Austin, xfover, i uuca lamo. i ju.
- "5 ewe lambs, "
EOIDSTEKS AND FIUCT HORSES.
Wm. Fnl er, Brooklyn, 1 pair geldings, SJ pr.
Thomas McLaue, Ciexelane, 1 roadster over
4 yrsold. 1st pr.
John Keeve, ureotlyn, i single roau.su:,
I'"." . i I , , . 1. .rr m
S. li. Kcudi;, cast iieveiano, i uutj
Joseph Tew, Cleveland, I taiicy norse, au pr.
J. K. Curtis, East Cleveland, I pr matchil
horses. K pr. - -
A. J. Piper, Cleveland. 1 Gelding a yrsold.
SOITH DOWS SHEEP.
Jones t Woolton, Eivria, 2 bucks 2 yre old,
1st and id pr.
Jones t W oolton, i.lyr:a, a uucks i yr oia,
1st and 2d pr.
Jones E oolton, t-iyria. a ouci isuiu.
and 21 pr.
Jones oi vt oolton, nyca, o encs, a jr. oia.
Jones t V oolton, tiyna, a eiea, : jn uw,
2J.Pr . . . .
Jones is vi oolson, L-iyna, 3 ewe lamus, 191
Jones Vi oolton, i-iyna, a awes 1 yr oiu, rc
Jones t Woolton, Elyria, S ewes 1 yr old, re-
II. Mocller, Clevelind, 1 foot stool, 1st pr.
m!SH aEEIXO AND GIADfa SHEEP.
L D. Johnson, Kewburgh, 1 pair ewes, Span
ish, 24 pr.
da do 1 buck, Spanish,
U. U Uiackley, Brooklyn, 1 Duel, spaniso,
1 year old. 1st pr.
da do 1 buck lamb, Span
ish, 1st nr.
W. F. Giddinga, Olmstead, 1 buck over 2 yre.
A. 3, Hinckley, Brooklyn, 5 ewes, Spanish,
saxox and eirE sheep.
Calvin Giddinga, Rockport, S ewes, Sascn,
- 1 buck, Saxon,
year. 1st pr.
W F G Hidings, Olmsted, 6 ewes, Saxon. 3 yrs
S yr, 1st pr.
1 buck lamb, Istpr.
1 buck, Saxon, over
5 ewes, Saxon, Iambs
HOXET, SEE HIVES, AC.
E Holley, WarretitviHe, 3 boxes honey,
E J Bates, Bedford, 1 bee hive, 2d pr.
E T Sturtevant, East Cleveland, 3 bee hives,
do do 5 boxes honey,
S B f haw, Newburgh, aample sugar cane
syrup, 1st pr.
John Kieer, Parma, 2 pair black Poland chick
ens, 2d pr.
John Kiser, Parma, 1 pair white do
S Swartienbergcr, Cleveland, Eog'ish Game
chickens, let pr.
Thos Kurd, Rockport, 1 pair Dorkiogs, 2J
Ira Briston, East Cleveland, 1 pair Cochin
'Chini. lsrpT. -
Ira Bristutf, East .Cleveland 1 pair corn tn on,
A T. Ilubbard, Newburgh, I do
lo do 1 pair Bantams, 2d
D S Byeis, Cleveland, 1 pair speckled Dor
kinir--, 1st pr.
D 3 Byers,
Bantams, 1st pr.
chickens, 2d pr,
A Bcuton, Cleveland, 1 pair Shanghais, 1st
C. C. Bmghani, Clevehind, 1 pr batf Shani;
liais, poDd tip-lop.
C. E. Bingham, Cleveland 1 pr cross breeds ,
A. Benton, Cleveland, 1 coon ben and 5
chickens, 1st pr.
John Cole, Oranee, pr turkeys, 1st pr.
Wm. Shuttle, Cleveland, 2 pr ducts, good for
K EdwarJn, do., 1 coop white Polondchicks
K. E.UvirJ, Cleveland, 1 coop black Poland
chicke, 1ft pr.
A P Wiuslow, Cleveland, 1 coop silver phea
sants, 2 J pr-
A P Winslovr, do 1 coop golden phea
sants 2d pr.
A P Window, do 1 pr Shanghae buff
Brama hen, weight 10 His, 1st pr.
Henry Fink, Clevehnd, 1 coop ducks, 1st
A P Winslo v, Cleveland, 1 coop silver phea
sants, 1st pr.
J Bryan, Cleveland 1 pr cross breed chicks,
O. L. Hinkly, Brooklyn, 1 pr geese, 1st pr.
Henry Fisk, Cleveland 1 pr common ducks, 1st
E Sheldon, Warrciisville, 4 wild turkeys, 2J
W m. Brown, Rockport, 1 pr geese, 2d pr.
LO.IO WOOLED SHEEP.
R Jackson, Orange. 1 buck 2 vrs old 1st pr.
" "1 buck lamb, 1st pr.
" "5 ewes, 3d pr.
" 6 ewes, yearlings.highly
R Jackson, Orange, 5 ewe Iambs, lr pr.
Jones & Woolton, Elyria, 2 bucks 1 yr old, 2d
Jones 4 Woolton, Elyria, 5 ewes, 2 yre old,
Jones it Woolton, Elyria, 5 ewes 1 yr old, 1st
J Perkins, Euclid, 1 buck 1 yr oll,2d pr.
" - - 2 " . Istpr.
W C North, plain photographs, 1st pr.
Walter C North, ambrotypes and digguer
reoty pes, 1 st pr on each.
J F Ryder, colored photographs, 1st pr.
Miss llopley, pencil aud water color'd pictures,
Miss Hopley, 5 paste drawings, commended.
" . spiiimen shell work
" . collection of Swiss carving, com
mended. J E Brush, Euclid, 2 framed pictures, com-nendad.
J. Fansworth, Wahing and Mangling Ma
chine, 1st prera.
John Erwin, Drain Tile, lt prem.
f raUrE lylee, n ashing Alachine, 1st prem.
J W S-paul.iing, 2 picrr oil dorhs,- 1st piem.
ft" II Frcar, Sewing Marhine, sttpretn. .
C S Erooklya, 10yds Rag Carpet, 1st
C W Dcllenbauf,-,, East Cleveland, 2 Patch
QilllU. 1st prrsa.
Mrs R B Dpnnis, Cleveland, 1 p. J-tmestfe
Linen stot-kittirs, lat prem.
Mrs R li Dennis, Cleveland, I pr domestic
ivoa' SLnck in?s, Ul prem. .......
. E Ackly, Rockport, 15 yds Wool flannel, 2ad
prem. . . --
Wm Perkins, Olmsted, Sea moss basket, 1
Sva iq j baok, I piece worsted work .the most
interesting and beauuiul articles on exhibition.
Mrs reursall, 1 readier flower, 1st prem.
do ... 1 seed do . do
G Greenfield, Cae llair Work, 1st merit.
E A Tompkins, Cleveland, 1 pr Wool Slock-
iuc, 2nd prem
E A Tompkins, Cleveland, 1 pr cotton stock
ings, 1st preui.
J M llower, Cleveland. 3 Quilts, 2nd prem.
E Porter, Dover, 10 lb Wool, 1st prem.
C Douglas, Cleveland, 2 specimens needle
work, 2nd t.rem
Mrs G F Lewis, Rockport, 20 yds fulled doth,
Mrs O F Lewis, Rockport, 2 pain Woollen
blankets, 1st and 2nd prems.
Mrs G F Lewis, Rockport, 10 yds flannel,
dressed, 1st prem.
Mrs G F Lewis, Rockport, 1 pr mittens, 1st
Miss II 01 a, AdJison, 1 pr mens woolen hose,
CUarles Djolittle, 1 Rag Carpet, 2nd prem.
Mrs G F Lewis, Rockport, 1 Woollen Shawl
Mrs. F. Lewis, Rockport, 1 pr cotton socks.
A Lloyd, bhrll box and basket, 1st prem
A R Leland, Newburgh, silk embroidery, 1st
' A R Leland, Newburgh, Paper flowers, 2nd
Caleb Turner, garden engine, 1st pr.
Thomas Cpt ,n. 4 specimens graining, 1st pr.
N C Pepper ot Co, apple parer and sLcer, tli
J Hosland, corpse preserver, diploma.
Thomas Hurd, 1 shirt, "
F Thrasher,; farm gates and 1 window lock
and spring, dipl tma.
J L Jones, ship model, pr of $1
A A Jewett, Newburgh, 1 pair rabbits, di
Roberts it Ensworth, Cleveland, 2 jars viue-
itar. 1st cr. . . ,
O P Stevens, model grain hulling machine
Frisbee it Stevens, coffee and spices, 1st pr.
R Jennings, 2 guns,
A Hilliard, 4 bird cages,
S E Brown, May bulter.
J G Lambert, model yacht,
S Barns, sample leather, new process,
A A Jewett, Hungarian bull,
N C Pepper t Co, side hill plow, 1st pr.
bay and straw e utter,
" .3 cultivators,
" cheese press,
" ox Toke,
" best cell of unpl'te, 85.00
C L luisseU, double rotary narrow, 1st pr.
A L Radway, Newburgh, held roller,
Stanley 4 Irwin, adjustable feed mill, "
Homer Strong, corn planter, 14
B Martin tt Co, 2 plows for general work,"
2 14 sandy soil, "
" 1 steel plow, "
2 subsoil plows,
" 1 com aieller, "
" 1 horse rake,
" earden seed drill,
Baldw'n, Dcwitt fc Co, 1 reaping and mowing
mactune. 1st pr.
Baldwin, Dewilttt Co, 1 horse power, 1st pr
Baldwin, Dewitt, Co., 1 cross cut saw, 1st
Baldwin, Dewit t Co., 1 Threshing Machine,
Baldwin, Dewitt 4 Co , 1 Wheat Drill, Istpr
Grn-AE. J.H. Thomas. Teacher of the Gait
ar. Rooms at No. 3 Euclid street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
,i4iuiudiiun vi ,, .ipuu xinwra ueitjra X-- '
quire Millei yesterday morning was very brief,
and developed but liltic further than that Wat
son is a "gay Lothario" of the most enterpris
ing description. The testimony showed that
WaUon Lewis was married to one Mary Par
ker on the 27th day of November, 1656, by J.
P. Bates, a Justice of the Peace, at Willough
by. It was not shown what led to the separa
tion of Watson and his first wife Miry Parker,
although the latter, a prostitute under another
name than her proper one, ia cow a resident of
Cleveland, snd an inmate ot a house of prosti
tution. Watson then made the acquaintance
f Mary N. Lloyd, daughter of a highly respec
table and comfortably situated farmer living
near Willooghby, for whom he worked some
time as a field hand, and finally induced her to
many him eutinly against the father's wiil arid
ithont his knowlcdije. The Utter marria.e
was solemniied by Esquire MiLLEa on the Iti.h
ot September last, as slated in the Leiufb of
the 29th. The notoriety whi-h the publication
of their marriage iu the city papers occasioned,
doubtless led to the discovery and arrest of
Watson on the charge of Bigamy as above.
The proof of Watson's guilt is positive, and he
was orJered to find bjil in the sum of one thou
sand dollars to appear at the next term ol the
Court of Common Pleas, or stand committed.
In default of bail, Watson Lewis was sent to
the Couuty prison, where he nil! probably re
main until his trial occurs.
Young ladies who contemplate runaway
matches, U Dean & BoUer and Lewis tt Lloyd,
will find abundant fojd for serious contempla
tion and reflection in this latter case, and learn
by the dearly bought experience of the unfortu
nate Mary Lloyd, that too much earo cannot be
lerciscd in the choice ef a hasban J, or too
much attention given to the advice and judg
ment of parents. ,
New Pcblicatioss. We have received from
the publishers, Messrs. Leonard, Scott tt Co.
through Hswks & Brother, tho Sept. number'
of Blackwood's, whivh always comes to hand
filled with sound and able artie'es, interspersed
with lighter food for the weary to rest them
selves by reading.
Its contents are: Chorjourg Tiie Specta
cle; What will he do with it 1 Perspiration
and Suffocation The T-ight of the Hearth,
Part L A Parochial' Epic John Company's
farewell to John Bull The Commons at Cher
bourg By one of Themselves.
Bryant tt Stratton's American Merchant for
October has just come to hand. Itisembel-
ished with a very fine engraving of Mortimer
Livingston, who is well known as. the manager
of the New York and 'Havre Line of Steam
ships. Important articles on Mercantile Law
Mines and their Products, and the Comtnerjia)
Preliminaries of America, add much to the
value of the work. This magazine has now
completed its first volume and should its value
continue to increase as it nas done, it must
stand in the front rank of American Monthlies
Through Messrs. Hawks t Bro., we have re
ceived the Cosmopolitan Art Journal for Sep
tember. This magazine of Art contains much
of general interest and i illustrated with tine
steel enirravintrs of Mistress Anne Page, and
Rosa Bonheur, the .celebrated artiste, and sev
era! excellent wood engravings. The pub!k-a
tion is devoted to the interests of the Cosmo; ol-
itan Art Association. . .
Taylok, Gsiswold i.'o. We invite atten
tion to the 'advertisement of this firm in to-
ay's paper. The members of the firm are
gentlemen long and favorably known to the
public, and aniurg onrbusiuess men they b. ve
earned and sustained an cjivialilc reputation as
fair and reliable dealars. For years they have
carried on the dry goods business in 'thiscity,
and now it needsno word of ours to injure to
them tho eol.fi lenee of the public; that they
have already ; and our object is'mcrely to call
attention to "the extensive stock of Dry Goods
and Carpets which they orTrr for sile. Open
prompt and upright dealing ever characterizes
this firm as one of the best in the city, and
buyers can see and select for thetutcl.es, confi
dent that they will find no niieicpresentation be
hind those "big show windows."
Pbemicm Pianos. From the repoit of the
awards of the premiums at Sandusky, it will
be seen that the Committee on Musical Instru
ments awarded the first premium to Halictt,
vis tt Co.'s Pianos, and did this, as they say in
their report, with special regard to purity.
tiif cutis, brilliancy of tune, and tliutvuy of ac
tion." O'sian E. Dodge was placed upon this
Committee, but knowing that there might be
from some, an allegation of partiality in his
report, he resigned his place, and declined hav
ing any voice in the matter ; neither would he
suffer one of these Pianos to be taken from
his store tor exhibition, that there might be no
grounds for charges to be made against him.
The Committee was composed of J. R. Dodge,
editor of the Ruralut, Springfield, O , Prof. F.
H. Pease, of Oberlin, and Prof. E M. Foote,
of Lock port, N. Y., all gentlemen whose ability
to deeide musical questions is unquestioned
These Pianos are for sale at O. L. Dodje s
Ot Jufrmanr Rrporifar lAe Neecs.r (tuwttr. t u.'t? Srpttm-
da Fuel aiul Ll?hU
do Clot lttl
do r ere
du l uuls ..id Impii nieiil ..
it Kpairt mJ !ia.a-u.i&ea:.,...
.. IX 1
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.. 1-3 si
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No. Pnp-T Ju'V 1
Nt rariuun; Sept. 3Mb..
A III -TIC. ...
No of abor. ana real km. . . -
du d, iMiocuis
do lim.i sFiU ,
d 1 .1 a ic
d , of
do ol Fem-ik.
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Statement of expenses for Out-d,"r Relief for
second Quarter, ending sept. O", loos
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CVOuis UMl MunaU
R. HL'SSCV. Actios larntor.
" C. II. t'ltitl, Clerk af B aid.
The Old Sexton
'Twas niht, the boar of evening pray'r,
TheSextnn climb'dthe turret -stu'r.
Wearily, beina very old;
Tiie wind of spring bcinir fresh and cold,
Wakenini; their r.,Uso thril's.
And earryinj fragrance from the hills.
From a eaverncleft be lean i;
Et eine the lamlscape newly green'J;
The late ran, slowly movinir down.
Flush a the rbunoeva of tiie town
1 be same whea be was first alive
Ejhty years ago ami five
Babe he sees himself, aad boy,
Y-iuth aLir svitU hope and joy;
Wife and wedJed love he sees;
Children's children round hi.-jl.uee-f;
Kriends departing oue by one;
The grave- ard in the setting sen
He SL-ats him in a stony niche;
The bell rope sways within bat reach;
: High in the raitera of the root
Tue metal warder banrrs a oof;
Ail the townsfolk wait 10 bear
That voice they knew this many year.
It is past the rinj'r g hour,
Thi re is silence m the tower.
A robin sits, and srns full well.
Hush ! at leotrtb. for prayer they toll;
God receive tbe parted "soul !
THE CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEF.
In one of the business afreets of a busv eitv
walked an elderly Udy accomnanied bv a ccn-
tleman who had lately completed his education
ueing engaged in conversation neither of them
seemed 10 attend to anything besides, till the
crowd, pressing against them, caused tiie gen-
ueuian to ioos urounn, wuen tie perceived some
boys, of what he called suspicious appearance,
following their path.
" Ah, I must watch my pockets," he said ;
"I had a warning when" last here, of what 1
mignt expect in your city." "' .1
w nat was it ! inquired toe lady.
44 Probably what is only a common oenr
rence. My Indian handkerchief Was picked
from my pocket. 'Sir, your handkerchief is
stolen,' said a woman. I looked behind ass
there was a young lad mokin? otf with it at full
speed. I followed, and if my fingern were
not as light as his, my feet were. When he
sa I was hkely to win the race, he dropped
nis spoils, so 1 recovered my property; and. the
little rogue might have got off better than he
deserved had not a policeman witnessed the
transaction and provided him with lodgings
gratis; and jet not quite o, for he had to pay
by hard labor for board and loJgiug while he
" And, doubtless, ha came out of that lol'-
ing better qualified and better disposed to nick
your pocket than when he went in."
luat is na ailair of mine, Mrs. Uamian.
My busineis is to punish a thief when I catch
m. Let the chaplain reform him it he can."
" Aided by the society in which the Door
culprit will be condemned during his impruon-
meni : answered jars. Aiaruian. "All! uiy dear
sir," she continued,, "how different is the cud
man proposes in the cane of an offender ajanitt
hiiuself, from that which our Heavenly Father
designs in dealing with Car worse oiT. nJus 1
31 uu aims only to punish ; God seeks to con
' But yon honlly expect me to stand preach
ing in tue street to every little thief whose hand
1 may find in my pockets! . - -,
"-No,I do nok. But as we are all iuteresled
in the suppression of vice, I would have von
and all others, alive to tlte importance- of nudt-
uig ufe 01 tue means oy wmcu tlvese poor out
casts may became respectable members of so
ciety, and, instead of haoJ.n-r Ihein over on
every occasion to the lender mercies of the la w.
endeavor to place them where their n tl habtu
may be checked and their inulleut cultivated."
'.'All perfectly utupaan, Mrs. ILarman, IwiiaM
me., buiiw me a suigie instance 111 which any
good fruit has ever been found on one of those
crabsticks, aud then I may try and act as you
ueirc lue neat time my pocket is picked."
" l iu promise uie tuat, do you !" eahl Mrs,
Harm an, looking up earnestly ill his face. , ,
1 may very salcly, be leiilied. laui;uine. ,
'Well, when we arrive at the coUuie. 1 will
tell you a tale that I think wUl iuu-rvat you. " ,
. A Uls cottage 1 Mrs. Ilarmau s residence lay
at the outskirts of the citv. and was soon
reached ; and when she and her tuuiu; found
were seated, sne txgan as louuws ; ., , , -.'
You may have hear J from your mother that
I was once in a situation diuVrent roin slut
which I. now occupy ; that I was, in fact, what
many would call wealthy. . But with this por
tion of. my history L am not going to trouble
yen. sane only to mention that it was then the
circumstances , took place a Inch form the
grouud-work of my present story. . I had driven
out one day in an open carriage to make pur-
chases in the city, and was returning borne,
wuen 1 bad occasion to stop m a crowded thor
oughfare to speak to a person whom I employed
VY bile doing so, I lorgot that at the other side
of tho open carriage lay a basket containing
some very valuable articles, and out ot which
bum? a cambric handkerchief1. Ilavuur finished
my business, I turned round in time to st-e a
boy, apparently about ten years of age, draw
the handkerehiel out, and be was about making
off wi;h it when my servant caught hhn by the
ragged collar of a miserable coat, and, apply
ing to nim some not very complimentary ept
thets, was about handing him over to a
policeman, when something in the boy'i
countenance struck me with compassion, lie
had not only the appearance of extreme want,
but when detected in the theft hung his head
with shame, a burning blush spreading over his
wasted and pallid features. ' No, no, John,' I
cried, ' do not give hun up to the police. Let
us try if we cannot do something better for him
" It was in vain that Johu declared the little
vagabond deserved nothing but the jaiL
resolved to have my own way, and to make an
experiment with this unfortunate child. I told
him where I lived, promised him a good dinner
and a coat if he would come to my house that
evening. It would have amused you had yon
seen my servant's face when he beard me invi
ting a thief to my house and promising him a
reward for coming, predicting that I should sooa
have a gang of house-breakers, and that this
little 'viper' would show them the way, I
promised him to be cautious and not let the boy
see any of the house till w had proved him.
lie came an hour after, and had 1 not been my
self watching for him, I should never have
known of his arrival, for he hung about the
back door without the courage to knack. Most
unwillingly the cook sent him out a plentiful
dinner, and 1 stood by wbile be ate it, or, ratu
er. part of it, as he did not finish what he sot ;
when I orged him to do so, he asked leave to
take the rest home. As yet I had asked him
no questions, but now inquired where was kis
borne 1 Whether he had parents or any fmity
living! Where hut home was he wou'.d not
tell; but he had no father, no mother, no
brother, no sister; and, with considerable dif
ficulty, I gathered from h s hps the following
"His father bad been a laborer, was killed by
a fall from the scaffoldinj the preceding year.
His mother went oat to work and earned a mis
erable pittance which just preserved them from
surest on. She had died about three months
before I met him (probably from want), and be
not having any one to look to for a meal but the
owners of the house, one corner of a wretched
garret of which he and bis mother had occupied.
These people would allow hun to remain only
oa one condition, namely, that he would do
tomt'.ku.g ' for hie own support Whsl that
something was you can easily guess, and he
soon teamed the necessity of attending to their
requirement becoming a regular street pilfer
er. If he returned home in the evening empty
handed, he was beaten and sent snpperles to
bed; and such bad been his life from the time
his mother died till I learned his melancholy
"1 was encouraged in my desire to take some
steps to rescue hun from destruction, by per
ceiving that he was not yet hardened in crime ;
and I was still further encouraged by seeing a
glow of pleasure on his countenance at my pro
posal to gie him a bed in an out-oiDce. and
breakfast and dinner every day, provided he
would give up his stick, d practices, of which i
tr'ed to show him the et il, and after he had lone
some erramls, and v hat he was capable ol iloin 4
in our farm yanl, attend a school every day.
well wasln-J, well clad, and looking fre-h a d
strong alter even one week of his new lift-, Ned
weut to the scli iol, where he did lull
justice to himself and bis mas'cr. There was
mahmg which the mast.-r was c ,ali!e of teach
ing that N- .1 did .: rhnw lie ehonld after a
while, be citpablenf Irair.inir. There was one
branch of knowledge in which hispmgrt-so gave
uie Ly far the grrab st s disfaction 1 mean the
knowledge which msketh wise onto silvation.
He attended a Sunday s.-1 100 1 and ouicklv evin-
cetl a deep iuterest ia tlw ii-ssans tliero intnar-
te.1. His behavior became niarUd bv so
much propriety, tltat be ohcined. I may say,
even the nspt et of those who had known the
circumstam cs of his early life. SUII. as he
grt w np. I could observe symptoms of an un
easy anJ unsettled mind; and, 00 my question
ing him about it one day wnen he was eighteen,
he confessed to ma that the one thing he desired
more man any otner, was to get away from the
scene of his juvenile wickedness, and to seek
his fortune in son.e foreign land. I could not
blame him, and though ninch I valued him its a
useful and trusty servant, I resolved to forward
his wishes by every means in my power.
1 nad turn some friends abroad, and to them
recommended Edward C . He had laid
by some money while m my service, to which
1 was glad to make sneb an addition as would
provide him with a respectable outfit. The
morning on wbicn be went away he said he
had a favor to be 3 of me. I saw his lip trem
ble and his cheek flush as he told me what the
favor was. It was only this : if I still had the
remains of the cambric handkerchief, which
nave been the means of introducing him to me.
I wou'd allow him to take it with him.
It would be of use to him in two ways, he
said ; it would remind hnm -of what he once
was and keep him humble; and It would also re
mind him of her who had rescued him from has
degraded condition and keep him grateful. It
was wun many tears that I gave him the hand
kerchief. It bad my name embroidered on one
corner, lie gazed on toe letters, and folding it
up in paper he asked my prayers and blessing
and tie parted. I heard from bira in two months.
lie had got a situation m s counting-house.- -He
continued to write frequently, and in aliout
a year I had the joy of receiving a letter from
his master, informing me that Edward C
was every day standing bigber in bis confi
dence, and he had Utile doubt that ha would
one day do well in business for himself.
"Some years elapsed, and then the chanze in
my circumstances, took place by which 1 was
plunged from affluence into comparative pover
ty. 1 had to part with everything except what
would enable me to furnish in the simplest
style, two humble apartments into which 1
moved wben 1 left my bouse. 1 could not bear
to inform Edward C of the reverse I had
undergone, and wben I wrote I merely men
tioned that I bad changed my abode, but this
would not satisfy him. He begged to know
why I had left my pleasant home, but i evaded
his questions till I could evade them no longer,
for he accused met ol a want of confidence in
him, and of keeping back something that he
ought to know. I then told him all, assuring
hhn that I was very happy, as happy as ever,
and that one of my pleasant thoughts was that
I had been the means of his rescue and pros
'It was several months before 1 beard from
him again, and one day just as I began to won
der at his silence, I was told that a gentleman
wanted to see me. Not feeling well I was un
willing to admit strangers, and sent to request
that he would send np his name. The servant
brougLt in reply, not a card but a small parcel,
which, when I opened I found to contain (As
cambric kjjidicrciuef ! It was Edward C
After the receipt of my last letter he had been
prevented from coming home at once by the ne
eessity of arranging a large amount of busi
ness in the concern of which he was now the
junior partner ! The moment he was free be
si t out for his native land that he might see
me. i need only add that there was no service
which he could offer that ba did not warmly
and affectionately press npon me, but the ut
most he could prevail upon ms to accept was a
king lease of this pretty little cottage, with the
adjoining garden and field, where 1 live with
every needful comfort, and possessing the abili
ty to snow kindness to the poor and afflicted.
EJword C returned to his adopted home,
taking the cambric handkerchief with him, and
be does not allow me to forget fcim 1
'ft'ell, lira Ifurman, yours is really a very
interesting story, said heryoun guest, "and
it has made me feet that if I had tbat poor hoy
whom 1 handed over to the police, I should be
much disposed to see if some means could not
bo adopted for endeavoring to reclaim him."
17IAOa CITY SAL.T.
1 fiOn BAGS OF THIS SUPE
XeJ.VWLr 8ioa salt just imi.o4.
Hfi BBLS. ClnTinuuti WTTISKY,
VVx at Cicuiuau arirca.
BROWN h CO..
HE TESTIMONY OKTHB Rocks.
-Tt tAmm Bnrem. Mwrw. BotWlfr-. raptaina. u4
Vll o4her WAO sUsajf SW tM UN) LkdViAaJ CM JMott, frf.
A a gi .'wrtoviCs? rftwiTfTtT pwt rn thi 9ritoa war
Ziffle it piAtiijE mvHi to Lie S oi (ti bs-al
vu ly. r hp-aver, liv a iitcirler of a Jl Ir per cord than tfief
rata bf fktvaiaeoi rltKWlirrrft. hl-ck Moiv rsf tauv diraTi
akjus, lo-nti cut. pivpofiiiiiiatelw la atitiit:a. J pat ibt
U.ne aU.aid Trvo l at the ratcor jVtona daiy I hare a
oid wh:srt wit a it bmt aitr, aa-l a ao; to hiat lt
W:iart hall a aui abuva ui aat) tba iliirbla Haf
JM2.JiriVdl5ni'tT ALEX CI-EMOT
SA. WE RaS Merchant Tailor,
U uaV St..atnJsir th Wwsjtaw-d, kw- jj oaatail om
au t aci.tMc- trt' ('l.-tiiJi, t'snsintv-rw and Vetina,
nnilE PAaSTUUEi OF THE I
ufrW-TltN-r. aMMit 3uy;reti, in the Cuj-jhtnta
tl.. ..Ilba..t.a ...it.n .fiar lr InI. PJ r- aswswawsUaK
Mmivbo n-iTirnil a fvrsHr osXitird ihat ie will
tw cttat-Kitl the unrr lrua:c 'l eti'.raivra tu
Nrw. 1st. unUwi- ar wejwiie'-iawrilii: at ttk lima atf
aa tsarliT witiwirawah and also tt'.t it. unUmiaTBeU w
tx h ha) tvi .tin li-au any ry Isxn ot baiajOfaal
Wt!w tt--wl ir--uitM.. , M.
in ay'tu t'P, uuiraa Mrauf eiaeula ara '
rnrfVw ibe -wisva.
Ai!f at my o-jicb or Merchaatt Bank. 8apriorSt..
or ro Wn lirTOaman. at t'lf tmirain-a tattM, aeat
ArtiCisUi Cu'wHtiAe KumiOr, or at iia bri"ltDwr;1'n
Uu'ise ua l'itvarvilT HU"'U. a. BTUs-
Cievuni. At-nTiiLb. L- at4 lH VotI I .
CT.M01.aSK'S WHOLESALE and
R-tBii r Uroo -0 r a tire, Ua be" rem-rted la
- iH!'1-iirMr . na live Aia'an Huaat-i wuarw ha
kcei"-i ataotU mi ha . Ihr ciio-i aad m teoi(la
sorh tst 1 avaartatl and Dohmm ic liaaars and l obaceo ia tb
cut. HtuHTh. f alc H tfA-d fium t at ( b. :B4j
T oraT, atjcwisikkic ia sait ItoWoiif aaeja.aix
rtirutiaBrnmfi.rt; Boaa'i OoW Laf;
fi tie Ht-n' Chitkan; " " il!ar:
Vori.l rair; - Sat.ia M;1t (ib fuill
Mak-aaarw Prtraii'Tm; Uacsaen't pramtaia.
A',rr.' Moti rip. THrhiak aad Ha
w-wiu'.Fiovc tOewrnif TVbax
Seiuuii1 da iiii
Aniient'o'a da ' u
w .riajsi Brr i Pa Fict C at C yrwin Thc
Sua ff, ftt-gafCa ca. lrtkinr j'l isti, iMa ttj Cm.r
koi aah C. T. MKS.
msi Pi t'Mieriha Ajnertr!. Hm.
PKR FLANNELS, IN PLAIN
COLois-.iL lADES- '
OPERA FLVNNLL;-, i. tall (trans, far Cbildrea:
OPERA lUNMU.iiHfd. m e.stUaaa'ailuiU;
ROB ROT PLA1I ! ;
o l ' TAYLOR, GniSWilLiV A CO.
T?LFGANT TRIS1I POPUNd, IN
A J fit. ad vi u,,
Klc'll littkM. MLK9.
ALL WM il. llRt MNC
Reeeivtd falslf by Fipre.
II. D KENDALL ot I I).,
epT I7 (former r;i On w St
SILK VESTlNliS, k
II t KENDALL A. t O
JfOR GENTLEMEN'S iMORN'LNG
FOE GENTLFUE VS MORJIIXO GOWNS
eel T VYLOR, CRISWOLn k CO.
PURE KIMNE WINE-A SUPE-
JL KIOK Alt tl 1 K, tins ! lDu-tMtf(, b 50 -v ts pr
b ;, ,WifU. WiietU-li ) W WAKKKN.
"I Supfcfipr Vft'. for Tfq S-H"-Bt.
pANADAGtiAk: CASIMERK for
y Uenll.tn. .. at W VI If .1 J S.
fENTS' LONG COTTON HOSE
J Knghh make it W. WAKHKN'S.
1 A LMOKAIa S K I RTs DO U ' LAS
ij a 5HKKOv:l s JUuuiaeaiue t
.ci - vv. w ArturNis
T ADIES'"1MANTLE SHAWLSAt
J J el - W WIHK i:x
LADIKS' l!irS GOODS All the
LKW aUli lMavtllOt.lj ur! l
"l kten.t mtfeT. ewn-r . t Senera-
1RINTKD MK R1NOS "
I fKESI H PltlN'i'S
PLALN ilLKINOS, - :. i ' ' -
. ' . PLAIN MKHINOS "
PI..AIW MFRlNna. - !. ,
H IMI I) MKIil.MKj,
fkc.m'h fa. sis. - . - -
,j ' - ' - Ot tu. cheaeest designs uui bstf
pi3 TATLOR, GU1SW0LD A CP'S.
,s KECE1TEO. BY " ' '"" ' ' "" '
S. RAYMOND i CO.-
No. 63 Superior Street, ' ' '
BLACK DRESS LLKS,
UROS DE RHINE, POL'i.r Dk SOIE, BROCADES, k .
ncn kipe . . . ; .;
FANCY DKEjiS &1LK1S iafroal sanely;- -. - u ..
BROCHA SHAWLS . . ' '
STELLA SHAWLS: ""' " ": '-:c:
THE NEW STtLK MANTILLA SHAWLS; c;
BAY STATE SHAWLS; c . .
GENTLEMEN'S a i . i - .' .-..I
FRENCH MERINOS; ... - . .
DE LAINES AND ruCS'CR e AL1C0ES,
MKRFIMAC ANDCOCHECO . 4. :
. - RiUBONS. HOblKRY, GLOVF.S, LACE, -KMB'D
COLLARS AND SLEEVES;
- HOUSEHOLD DRAPEP.V; "
BRO.VUCLorilS. CASS1MURC3. TE8TiaoS.-T
Aad dmts to amve. at 3 Suaertoa stn.t.
sepH , S. RAYMOND k CO.
REAT BARGAINS in CAMBRIC
arm! Mash i Csj-lUrm. Liir.iia.Tai sVnd lni4liJsTsi. Rraitk.7
fcC. iait:t HyIc. -ul Mi Ki; AN at KUUl'.
FOR " . . T
TALI. TB1DE - '
S. .II Y 31 A IV & C O.'S.;
TE ARE JUST OPENING A 1
lanr. . utlUKiot oi FALL lauv ututlUk..
wiu. 11 ius ui. i i.iwui. uiuoiito;
BK1LLIAM'! ....!?... fur 1 S
ALL WOOL P LA 1 D.t,. .37 rt. jier yd . , wurui il.HO.
Du. do du. ..it f'U
RAW SILK ILaUD.... i. V " " - 75
S HTMAW k CO.
LADIES' DRKSS TRDIllNGS.
KLktiANT VI'.LVET PIBBONS.
ELEOA r ;ali .on.
' .NC STILE wUTTCrNS,
Jo-t recei.ed at
euls " RETTBERn k HAUSM.NN S
At RFTTTfFRfl k HM"MANW'4.
A N.w Styla. at
RErTBERC k HArSMANN;
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, i
Ail M...d.-. t "
eolS R K I rbERC k HACSM AN?r. )
JfOR MISSES' WEAR - . . ;
SMALL FIGURED WOOL IVKLAl.NKS S
FOR MfS-SES' WEIR, ' ' ' " ' 1 r
'- : SMALL FIGURED Mr-I.IN DELAINES.
FOR MISSES WE R,
i . I .... .-.
J -. .TAYLOR, OR18WOf.il CO-,
JOR LADIES' MANTLES,
eWlljE BiA.cli VELVET"
FOR OENTLEHE.VS RA6LAN9T . -' - 1 . ,. i
' ER VB AMD BROW!f BROADCLOTHS.
FOB LADIES' FACHNS, --
" ' ' ALL SHArESBR0ADC0TBS. ' ''
srp2H TAYLOR. GRISWOLP A CO " '
Bargains forjhc People. ;
aC. af. IZ.lL.li IIV.V CO. '
RE STILL OFFERING th most
frt all ktarls of SUMMER GCOB. eonr .red W.Ik wbb
in. Dumerous trsoiuut-ttuu. at .unUr nuicoauu.. W.
Moaaay. Aaawat 9tk
TtM awl Bargains jot.
1000 Ids. EHra Extra 4 SMlIin; Birtgej,
Plot, colors, all wool sad .metfia. atralitv, at '
EIGHTEEN PENCE. , . -
Oar sntt-. sis-k ear SUMMER GOODS for MEN ASP
BOYS' WEAR, Mllwiiiaicciilou he J -I I -r.
so E I BALDWIN A CO..
tet a avmnemi mi
. SPRINGS Jt Bear ortielo, at $1.' 5 -Tset.
MOKtiAN k TtOOT.
ANT1LLAS ELEGANT LCA
kral I hrei MaiitVa.
Pa lir I, re MiRtiHa,
JstrV B L ocw Pwiiiia,
hU taan.i iau.ta Net Skawls,
jawsjjrw- and Si I k Talani,
ClothsinJ LiDs-n HatriaT.!.
iiaBtr- ia f a t nnHT,
barae a-d Uru.i!iaa Shaw ia
Oot stork oi these rooJs ia ui rtjuar- d ii t.' marker. .
inll ; I. MLDWIN S. CO.
OUR STUCK OF COTTON HOSIE
RY H thm saxgmt frith Cr. an-1 all 4 oar ow
laULsortaiKaw. iiV.TTBtRO UAUSMA.SN.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. We
hare at id Mre. and t airwa,
ha aa hsstTtnasja,
-J du F itts,
) do Hs'trlia, . . ,i
litf d ' W sddiaa:. i !
10 do B.r.
lit d M-orSaaCka,
S ! Xwawiwa,
2m do Mnura.
' 10 t)o Tick, - '
30 do Crtioa Yarn,
21 oV C't.M. Waru. -
U caara B.4-K;hd CMUW.
3d da F nais
MQRr.AN ft ROOT.
Siilksi Silks :
CI10ICE ASSORTMEaNT of new
Also, a Vary sleek of tbe best
Also, a fbw pieeos of choice
MORGAN k ROOT
Jn-t rvealroJ by '
TAYS ! STAYS ! REYNOLDS &
til S PATENT ( OHS-.T. ma tt y t tai-eBtrfl -
tipaa (fBrn ait. tmeK. wna eimte arfi,VQatrua uaui lia
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