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DAILY MORNING LEADER.
ri Btuarn daily, tii-wieilt Waikx,. it
E COWLES & CO!!
6 Suiwnor street.
TERMS OF DAILY"" AND TRI-WEEKLT.
Daily, per ww UJ cts.
jrr. to mail subcribrs $6.01
"Tri-WeeVly, par week tii tu.
" yeer Sit)
Dully for less thaa One Ytxr, 30 Can per
Term of Weekly deader.
TLe Proprietor have .uelnile.1 that . reduction in the
nr.-'o ol the LkADtifct would be beneficial to its patrons, as
weli s to themseves: anil tliav have, acc-irdwciy. reduced
;u suosonptiou prl.-ol the WKEKLY LEADER, to no
liesatucnoerstiOSB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS
,r year, and ONK DOLLAR for in norths They alao
der the lollowuir; inducements to cluba:
11 cooies $13,001 3D copies $
14 17.00 50 "
jo '4l.il " &-
All to one adJreee. Fire cents aitra will be chant, a on
ai.ticy, to Cluba, where tee name ot in. subscriber is
Wdtlen on it. Aa ektrn oop allowed to the setter ua oi
Club for hi tronbiev
Invariably in Advance.
gl'-T-r-e'n. vaforerardinfordera for subscription . without
".V tt..il nit pxn la n-reive nv st'e-ition
Att'ys & Counsellors.
(TsTclapp-attorn e y .vi
TlA W and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office over M.-BnJe.
liru. Store, Berea. Ohio. mavSrnt
UKOOKS, BOARDMAN & juttD
1) ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Aiwat.r Bmhllu , loot
ol Sjprrlor at. , Cleveland, Ohio. ..
o w ior.ka. w. J. oabdsia. l.w.rop
ii-liii - --
Williamson & riddle, ai
EYS AT LAW. omre o. -a., "i:
a. . .
A. O. RIDD1.1.
ipHARLES 0. BALI) W IN-ATTOR-
Voey and Counselor ax Law-Office 21 Snpeti r . over
CUV Hank .. jsn !-
P ALMERX AUSTIN, ATTORNEYS
A AT LAW, Office orer Commercial Lau:
A SPEK. J. F., ATTORN E .AT LAW,
Oitice, No. 8 1-?
Att'ys & Counsellors. Dentistry.
LOSS OF TEETH. A new and ele
pt linproVeeot connected with Dental nrre'T
h,. .Tinieoted It u the pr.loction ol n enlire.y ii;
SScrttt"o" oT a? rul Teeth' The, re-b
nature a to escp. detectMp. P'?;,!.';.
Teeth a to those wearint: them, ate invited to call n d ei
imini th "hmntiiul method. They are tree bom an. sl
van.c actun. pcrtecily inert, and l.a pure
ry A Full Sot, from Ten Hollars and uuwarilB.
X- Children a Tooth tesnUted duiiuf the hrat nd a-
"&? Pa'tnleV Method of CnriiitT.h A. ue. and Deca.'d
R. B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE-
will be nappy 10 aee . - r
en who ma, need his service.
Flour & Feed.
XT'AGIN'S EPICURIAN Mills Flour,
JL Tnvtncihl. with ,h. A,." ERRY . CO.
WHITE ROSE MILLS,
Dj'ihle Kttra FLOOR
CLEVELAND CITY MM rLO0Il.
Double K'.ia FLOUR.
a-.d delivered in any part ot
At Wholesale nud Retail,
the City tree, by PEBRY at CO ,
Wca. 1IC at Ha S -tK-nor Slrret.
gQQ BBLS. EXTRA f JAJurv,
200 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINE FLOUR.
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
For sa bv
A. M PERRY iCG-
XL OAT JlEAL-nt ovnB CO S
AiTPERRY & CO,
W HOLKSaiS AUK BBIall.
No. 118 t 11 Superior Street
AVE now in Store, 1,000 Barrels
and Baca Double Eilra, Eitra, end buooifioe
Which ia for rule at the lowest market rate.
ri We shall daily be rernivinf Flour fromth- South
nud fro.u Nonheru nlills, and can and will luaae It as
object for purchase to deal with US.
CW All Fionr sold by as will prove as we rep
vi cTitixn Oct. 30. li. oc dtw
FLOUR .300 barrels Frederick.
bur6h Vlcnr-Sarki anl Barrel
FLOUR. A 1'resl
O lot of thnt Mill d loble-ertra Family Flour, for
sale at reasonable ra'.ea, by
M. B. SCOTT.
OC25 5w 311
T YE FLOUR. Just received, a nice
LV lot of R,e Flour for aale, at holesle .co Keiui.
No. Til Merwin street
T V WF.TTZ WHOLESALE
J and Retail Dealers in Flour. Feed and Oram, Rv
order hi led on short nolle, and delivered to any pan
sbecitv tree of charge o. ,1 .u. w
1QP;C .XTORTH WE STERN
X.OOO TRANSPOKTAHON CO.
In connection with People' Line of Pwtelle .
Oooa Forwarded Dally without Tranahipment.
Waleik, Massey A Co., Buffalo.
I u. wLir.
Claw, Pattsh 4 Co , Kew York.
C T. CLaSK, " r"
ForFr.h..PPlT WALKER,! Arenta.
J. J. MASSEY. , I
Corner Dock St. and Liuut Wharf. Buffalo
C. V. CLARK,
No. 9 Coentlr Slip. New orh
C. A. FOLGER,7 Pier, Altamf
K. W. T. Co ." Ship Dally, P
HUBBY, HUGHES K CO, Aeeni
Esst River, N Y
CLEVELAND, DETROIT AND
LAKE SUPERIOR LINE.
The favont. fastest slesunar
North Star, B. G. Sweet, Master.
The splendid new Screw Steamer
Northern Light, J ohn Spaulding, Master
Tne welHtncwn pTopeller
Thi nnmber an i chancier ol tneaa nu- win oe aaum
.. . rt.niAi,tiifi i.iii.l-c di MMitrw. saitrty and iruiart
iicw m ram-iug paeijter ana frelsU o all points
"or passe Dgen It affonie creater comfort and speed tnm
lias ever been otfereJ W Uie p.. 'ic on ibat rulm.
FO. p-e. friM XoARTtloN t CO.
The Korthern Transportatioa Co.,
WILL, DURING THE PRESENT
season ran tticir well knowu and popular Una rt
FIRST CLASS STEAM PROPELLERS AND
RefnlarH between UetUu-sburfihand 0-wet;o,ad Jie V
Vadif Line betwten Ggdensbxrpk and Orwcg
And Port on Lake Erie !
And a Trl-Weekly Line betwetn Oclen&bur and Oswee
hi.,l p.ruon Lake Michigan t c.kii.iiu ai OsJensbnrra
with the Ordeaturgh and VeiuwnL Cei.trul Route !
Ofdeo.bnreU. fiartiofrton, toncord, MauchesUr
Latwretwe. Nashua, Low it ana Romod; and at 0wra
witn Hovey S. I lawiuiu fun imii r
ClCina.lBoatt,,lsJTesiie1)4n tint eitl:ir$etl canal -e
tyDOfeed and New York, thus atUtrdintr: a ReRuUr,
iatir and Cheao Uouta. with iut one traiuhitrment b
twean Boston. iSew England and N-w Yo, k im! the We.t!
fhri rtimDPV naviiic aite the tnotvt anittlearranee-
tuenuat Os-eofot l)orkand Stutare facilities an: a abun-
Untsxollinit)aa.iuiiB nr nana line, '-oriiirfrr ana aniptn(
Freiftit, upon the plan nractu-ed at Osdenbuigh.caLeuar
nteeth sate, prompt and penecl deli very o!" all property
ntrur eti to its care.
This Lins connects at Clevolund witta tb Northeri
Teinuvnituica Llbe of Canal Buiatsai the Ohns ( anl
line of Propellers to Ltke Superior, ud watt Kulruads
OltimDUS, Ltncianau, juuiaumpuiis, iuitTiLie and
AOKNTJ AMD CONBIGNEEi:
J. Myers, 3 Ctrnties (Otis Kimball, 106 Suae
J. L. Warm, I S'a.p, N.YrkI Boston. Mass.
Htm Ciarc, 113 Broad i'tCmwli rd t Co., OrdansbH
f .C. H.)ey,i KewYoTk. New York.
Miivevsi Crawford. OtKrrYj Wdl T. Walker. Toledo.
New York. K. R. Matnewa. Detroit.
Umber kvo.,Ckica", 111. i Bare Lay k Co., Milwaukee
Locks, ft Co., Racine. J.F. KirsxaJib, Shehtng
Chtmbcrlitt, Craufurd k Co., Cleveland,!
Real Estate Agency.
K.AL ESTATE OFF 11' K.
HO Nwmi 1TEIET, (.LATE Ca. READ SCOl lAK.)
LANDS IN IOWA, WISCONSIN,
Michuran aadlHinou. for salr from $2,50 toS10.Wp
acre f or casb and on luac credits Also City property.
aad Lands in Ohio for sale andezefasnee. Loaae ncrotis
ud Land WaiTanukocat4 Laths West. marls
- a -aa. a? ' Tat V KS -fc,
E. Co. vies & Co., Pnblishers
CLEVELAND, THURSDAY MORNING,
Office No. 144 Superior Street.-
DECEMBER 2, 1858.
1 Shlllinc per weelt I'lrj ufctrl.ri.
Fire D.llar. per rear to .71 all r-ubacrlt rr
DUTY' would re
XJ apettfully call the tteut:on of all p-rsou
formed, and wishing to procure an thing in hi hue.
rsous cot m
Sew Style of Barlal Casket.
It i male lierht and convenient fir transportation, Miitinf
in Tillts. ore. inunu tile nvuia, and hmshed ina beaau
ful anl cbas-e 1 ie. He has I lie pleasure ol knowlne. that
lli'y meet Willi tlie intat uuiv.rsai aJminitiouand approval.
They neriuibe aieu to be appreciated. Acimplele aa
orthieDt of the
Common Style of Wood anil Metal Cuffins,
Ke eif.t a;.tiy en hand, tnce'her with a treat rari'ty if
SIHOUw ai d IKIMJllMiS. In addition t Hie above,
h- l no nn-pa.- .1 lo furnitli liF.D CL11AK BOX1.S, put
toirtherwi hc...:r tuil md nvels to all persons ho
Pi... urt-ier thf in. ,
rJ-Ollf. It V.nt norZjdsMw
"PIRE IRONS AND STANDS,
ORSMEXTAL COAL VASES,
WIRE FIRE GUARDS,
For silk m
Ftx;t;. KNSWORTH ot CO '
rrf.ckerv ai.d HnaseFurniflnue Store.
KUWA1U) THOMPSON, 1
FRANCIS H. EI.I.IOTT '
Belare G. B. TlBHirs. Jtiilfce
f the Pemt-e,
Cuy-ahirga It-iioty, Ohio.
THE Defendant Ls notified, that at
ustu-.cit tn J i .'- oi rtwfeiau-i,
.i..l.Ht, Kraiir " H. Klli.'tt, a B'.u-.-esiienl at Irti-r. lor tb
uin if tfne liuiuimi Juki iii;nr-nvj .v-tvuy
raiii is rt tut lici-ii'S an u.t lih 1); mt-r, L z
MvbdSw I'V U. G. Hi XT. hisAtt'y.
yiUS. HA III WOKK, BATHS,
SHiYISG 1D UAIR-DRESSIXG SALOU.
Wedilcll Hon Blorb. Bsnh St.
COAL. OIL, LA.tlt-S.
COAL OIL. TrH Oil isfn..K-lTfrie from odor,
and wilibumin tt.e UfXTsou and Sil'irlt Oil Lamps. Tt
fcthe best aTiieie unnuiBciureti in (lie coautry. 'ir 'ale
at No. bu Ontario street. h-ti n.
UNITED. STATUS AND FOKCIUM.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
pusite Wendell House. Lmi street, Cleveland, Ota
W. - BURBIIK1R
JEHF BR A IN AMD
D. FISHER, NOTARY PUBLIC
for C vahora county, aid LAND and GKNhKAL
AUVINT, atlendi to all Not ami Lus.uew; neso iat. s
Loans: stlii s-inl etchauseu Citv end Cooair Real t;5aiitv.
Wn:era Laiuia, kc ; Coiiecti Hruti and Moaey; in
nte Tillei; ilnitrs Heeds, Monffaers, Leases. vc llc
mcmLwr ihe OrBt-e. No. 2 Suoenor t-tietil, tu O. Cutter s
Bui 'dine. overJVl lorfpVa H-tidwarc yuro. gqpid '
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Han become a household word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Mukes a beverage delicioua la nectar.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Take loss Coffee than any other.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Never fulls to do its Wurk nht.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives a healthy beverage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is a frit-nd to Iij.pt ptirs.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes husbands ha;.py.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wive good-rat u red.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the i-ook's deli-(it.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Sends smiles to lb. brealifnst tabl..
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents mairiinanial Cisr-ords.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives 111. Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is based apuu scietrce and cotuuwu sbs?.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is nseJ I7 all food house-keepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
3 pints, ! Quirts. 3 quarts, 4 quirts, and 6 quarts, is for
FOGG, ENSWORTH It CO..
BoelS 235 and Z17 Superior St
"China, Crockery, Glas Ware,
House Furnishing Article.
bavins united their two es-
talmslimems, anu now w
firm a m I I
Seucta & Superior
i t-t.1: fCLAJW.
Would resncctl'unr invit
Hi nekeepers, au Hume
' about eoiiLtrto .uekeei-
inr. a well as stramrers visitine Cle laua, to ali and ex
amine tneir immense stock of the above J Goods,
which compnses tne
Largest and Bichest Stock of China west
We have on hand a complete ass- rtmeut of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE,
Of the finest quality, warranted not xo crark or turn yellow
from not water, aim tor sale in
Dinner, Tea, and Breakfast Sets,
Or by the sincle piece, as low as can be bought in the city.
We nave also iweuiy-nre amercm puieriu w
Comprising many new and verv rich elfc ; and we eel
that we c-a suit. IN STYLE AND PRICE,
most faliijus admirer 01 cnina. alk. au ninas 01
and a VAKisrT or
HOI SE FTRSilSHISG ARTICLES,
BRITANNIA. ALBATA SILVER PLATED WARE;
21NC AND T1J1 I Htnuf.K m-ib;
li t CRKAM FREEZERS:
TEA-TRAYS. WAITERS. FILTERS, fce.,tr.
Our Stock Conipnee every variety of
Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Paper
Glass Shades, Lighters, 4c.
AU order for Gas Fixtures and for Fittlnr up Hoost s
G Pipes, in the city 01 in tne neigniioriroj lowns prompt
mien lea 10.
PRICES VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Goods earefnlly racked and delivered at the Depot.
FOGG, EXSWOILTH & CO ,
Km, 833 233 et 837 Superior street,
.,11 Comer of Seneca. CLFTELAND.
OUR UNRIVALED ASSORTMENT
And Gas Fixtures,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, and will be
- At Prices that Defy Competition.
. FOGG, ENSWORTH 4 CO,
For Dwellings, for 25 cts.
At II. P. HOPKINS',
38 Public Square,
T? E MOV AL. A R. REDDING
1 Merchant Tailor, has n-moved his Uulonnf establu
meut to No 35 Prospect St. , in Bander's Plock. wiiere
will be harov to see lus old friends. He is preaaTed
mal ta make Clotiuug m lit latest and most foshioi.aMi
SA. POWERS Merchant Tailo:
1& Bank St.. under the Wedilell, keeps constant! v
hand a chute rock of Cl4ns. Cassimere :iml Vesting
which ne wiu mace puine most approver styie
rTHE TESTIMONY OF THE Rock
1 To Lima Boraers. Marons, Builders, Capt a las,
all others who may wish fur tne fauest quality of pure,
Lime Siona. -
An exeri-oce oftweutT-5ii yeors ia this batmes
m m nledrinc mvsell to sell Lime S one of thetrf
quality, cheaper. ly a quarter of a dollar percotd thao
CIS Dfl ODIllUeil rilOWurio, vu ski nu w nr uin:ci
siont. roairh urnS rr.TUjTiOBat?l V In addition. I nut
stone ab7vl vessels at the rate of 3ttons dany 1 have
rood wiiart with 12 f-et water, and a nuov to naot ott nj.
Wharf half a mile above (or west) of the Marble He;
Jom 2, 'W-junC-rJ6m 207 ALEX. CLEM ON
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
THl'KSBAY JtOHNING DEC. !j
CF" Read Cleveland Cattle report in tlte Com
Xkw Mcsic. Brainard Sc Co. are jnstnowpab-
lishing a large amount of new music. Among
others are the songs, " When Shades of Evening,"
and "The Maid of the llilf
The gentleman who found a Lady's l'ii and
pinned it on oue of the breasts of his coat, at the
Gray's Ball last week, will confer a favor on the
wner by leaving it at the Leader Counting Room.
ITSYoo Run ko Risk is Lottery! Because
you are sure to lose all you put doicn! And yon
run no risk in paying Podge 53,00 for a Cosmopol
itan ticket, because you are sure to receive a 10,
00 engraving and a $3,00 magazine, and yon have
chance icilh the rest of drawing Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum,
or some other of the four hundred varieties of splen
did paintiugs and statuary.
Bklic or the Past. The following correspon
dence will itself: w
DUNKIRK, Nov. 26th,1858.
the of the
Dear Sir : Before leaving Boston, Mr. Griggs of
that city entrusted to my care a Cauteen which
was used by a British soldier at the battle of New
Orleans, to be presented to the Cleveland City
irrays in nis tienait.
circumstances prevented my being able to pre
sent it in due form, and I left it with the Clerk of
the Wcdilell House to be handed to the officers of
1 am desirous that the circumstances connecteu
therewith should be made known to the Company,
and as 1 had not time to deliver the little speech
wnicu i uau prepared, i tena it Herewith, wun tne
request that it may be published in the Leadeb.
1 also enclose a copy ot the original note from
r. Griggs to the Company, which please publish
By so doing you will greatly oblige.
2d Lender Boston Brass Band.
[COPY OF NOTE.]
Presented by Capt. ('has. Griifua, of the City of
Boston, Ma-s., to the Cleveland Gravs of the City
of Cleveland, Ohio.
This canteen was captured bv General Andreiv
Jackson from the British Army under command of
enerai racKenbam, at tne Battle ot rvew Orleans,
January 8tb, ISIS.
A true fact.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 13, 1858.
r FK'KBI AND MEMBERS of THE CLEVELAND
Citv Grays" :
Gentlemen Allow me the honor of con
veying to you, with the best wishes of the donor,
(Capt. Chas. Griggs, of Boston,) as a token of re
spect and esteem, this small relic of by-gone days
small and of little account in itself, and yet how
potent of incidents in our country's history.
Bad it tlte power of speech, how many thrilling
scenes it could pour forth, or portray, as it swung
osi'y over the shoulder of one of Britain's noble
sous, when everaud anon by its contents, it refresh
ed and revived the weary spirits of the unfortunate
soldier doubly unfortunate to spill his blood in eo
unworthy a cause, for in the laugjage of Shak
" When valor preys on reason.
It eat the swoiil it tights i
This canteen, as the note will testify, was cap
tuied, with others, by Gen. Andrew Jackson at the
iattle of Xew Orleans, January 8th, 1815 ; where,
from behind their breast works of cotton,
the Americans deult dea'.h so abundantly to the
British rmy. So glorious and worthy of imitation
waslhe transaction that even the ladies of onr
land, (though not for so warlike a purpose, blets
their hearts,) hare ever since been striv ing to excel
in the elevation of their cotton breastworks.
And now may this little relic be long treasured
by the " Cleveland Grays" as a memento of all the
spoils and victories achieved by our brave and val
iant Jackson, as well as to the memory of its noble
donor, Capt. Griggs.
In conclusion, 1 wonld offer as a sentiment
The Mexoey of Washington, and his hardships
in " Washing" the soil of the Xew World from the
stain of British Tyranny: His "Wash" tub and
board, a Cannon and Musket ; his soap. Powder
his starch. Lead ; his ironer, the Sword. May
be a long time ere the sheets of onr Nation's His
tory shall be so stained as to require a like " Wash;
In connection with the above, we will take occa
sion to express onr high opinion of the Boston
Band, intending to have done go before. Their
visit to our city a year and more ago, gave them
high place in the opinion of the Cleveland public,
which opinion has been no ways lessened by their
moreieccnt visit. The members of the Band
gentlemen, both in public and private, and the com
pany comprises some of the first young men of
good Puritanic town of Boston. The Brothers
Hall we personally know to be most worthy men,
most splendid musicians, and meat hearty, "good
fellows," and their subordinates axe all of them
the same stamp. Success to them.
JQHave Yoc Seen Them? Sdch a constant
NEVER CEAS1NO ECSH TO Xo. 5, ECCLID St.,
examine those scpebb Paintings, was neve
EPORE SEEN IX THIS CITY.
Alf. Bcenett. Much has been said and writ
ten abont the merits antf the accomplishments
this genius, and some may be inclined to say in
incredulous tone, "draw it mild," but such unbe
lievers should have been at the Melodeon last night
to see his personations, and to hear the shouts
appiause with whiGh the gentleman was received.
See what friend Wasbbnme of the Elyria Demo
crat says of him i
Alp. Bi'kxett. This fun provoking Mimic,
and inimitable delineator ol comic characters, ooen.
ed his budget of tun at E.y's Hall, last Monday
and Tuesday evenings, and treated our citizens
a medley of mirth, or.itory, aod mimicry, which
was received witn enidusiasnc applause. All.
a great versatility of talent, and can drive the most
chronic blues from the greatest despondent in
the land. At one time his audience is thrilled
with his beautiful recitations, touching the tender-
est emotions of the soul, and the next moment they
are convulsed witn irrepressible laughter at
inimitame delineations or character. U was
first appearance in Eiyria, and the deliirhted
dience nnanimoosly voted that it may not lie
Last, come again, Alt.
tyFiFTY Thousano Dollaks Wobth! About
lour hundred of the most magnificent paintings
statuary ever seen in America are to be given away
on the first of January, 1859, to the subscribers
the Cosmopolitan Art Journal.
U. S. Circcit and District Court. John
Cavanagh baa been convicted on the charge
stubbing upon .he high seas. Sentence not pro
Court of Common Pleas. Before Judge
Foote. Lee and others vs. Bennett and others.
Juror withdrawn and case continued.
Fredericks vs. Coe and others. This is an action
against Amos Coe for the destruction of the "Ppie"
prtss, last January. Messrs. Carter and Thayer
for plaintiff. Messrs. Riddle and Coe for defence.
roLics court. Martin btoweu, lor passing
counterfeit money, was held in gjjOO bail to appear
at the Court of Common Pleas.
Bonner, of the.X. Y. Ledger, has paid $3,00
or a ticket in the Cosmopolitan Art Association.
The big prizes however, will be draws in this
Written for the Cleveland Leader.
THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS.
BY ANNA L. H. C......
" Ami with such inl as nuke them tru'v kioxa.
Have from Ptnie's pathway dnred to lum as:dK."
The evening had well nigh waned, ere Alice
awoke from her reverie ere she called her
thoughts from that long, earnest musintj of tlio
future and sought the sitting-room ol ner pa
rents. They were sitting cosily by the grate, waiting.
as they said, to hear some music. "Come, '
eakl ber father, "give us my favorite."
One might have thought it ill in harmony
with Alice's feeiinos to tune ber voice and in
strument to lively tones, but it was ever in har
mony with her feelings to do anything that
wouhl add to the happiness of her parents.
lio ueculiar thouoht ulness was betrayed in
tone or manner as her fingers swept the keys of
the piano in a quick, lively piece; but when her
mother's favorite was called for when her
voice rose in tremulous pathos her soul rose
with it, and she, lor a time, was almost lost to
"There, come sit by me now your mother's
choice always quiets us to solemn mood."
"Father," said Alice, placing her hands in his
as she drew her chair closely to his side
Father, don't you wish to talk with me!
"Yes, my daughter; why did you, not go to
1 prelerred tlte pleasures oi uome, aim to
night particularly. 1 wished you to talk with
And pray, what would you wish me to talk
You are an old man, you have seen much of
life, and I wish you to tell me w here is tne great
est amount of happiness to be found; or have you
learned what is the true secret of happiness!"
Mv dear eirl, vou ask a strange question.
When I was a young man I sought the pleas
ures of society, but I found that money was the
onr tliint? wanting, and resolved to have it
supposing that when that was obtained I could
satisfy my hear in unrestrained pleasure, i
have money now. I am wealthy, but my heart
has sickened with the giddy pleasures of life,
and myr satisfaction now is that my family can
move in the first circles of society that wealth
opens for them the way to all life s pleasures.
"You feel that it is an honor and a pleasure
to move in the 'first circles,' and do I understand
you that this is happiness!"
"I scarcely know what happiness can be if
that is not, but I must acknowledge I have oft
en thought that happiness is but a name."
"1 have otten wondered, repitcu utce,
"whether there were not more true, real happi
ness among the so called humble classes."
"I can hardly conceive how nappiness can oe
found where daily labor is the necessity."
"I mean not really with the toil worn, care
worn laborers, who have no time, no opportuni
ty for mental improvement; this lot I leel must
be miserable, but I mean among those who, by
earnest busy Uvea procure for themselves life's
comforts and pleasures, but are not so pressed
with care but that they have time for mental
"I fear, my daughter, the class you speak of
are but a fancied class, ar. least,, it mere me
those who perhaps have some time for mental
cultivation. They cannot, as I see, have time
or opportunity to be educated, as we are proud
to have our sons and daugnters educated."
"Perhaps not. as many of the sons and daugh
ters of wealthy parents are educated; but, father,
I believe there are more who are educated in the
true sense of the word, among them, than among
the gay idlers who acquire a few accomplish
ments, and then tancy themselves educated ne
cause people call them so."
"Business has absorbed my life, and in a busi
ness capacity I am extensively acquainted with
people, but that seldom leads us to tie inner
life the home lile ol any one. l ou nna an
opportunity of being with that class when teach
"Yes, and that was the very reason I desired
to teach, and 1 felt very grateful for your con
sent when it was so aoainst your wishes."
"I could not endure the thought of your step
ping down in society, and to a common occupa
I telt that it was stepping up to step trom
life of ease and pleasure to a life of usefulness;
and 1 lound it stepping up in tne scale oi enjoy
ment, for I found a deeper, purer surce of pleas
ure even amid wearisome toils and cares man
ever found in the pleasures of Bociety."
"If vou were happy, then ot course I am not
now sorry, but now hope you will abandon your
visions of usefulness and take your place in tne
society van are fitted to adirn. Y ou have ac-
auircd accomplishments which I Ion" to see re
ceive their due honor. I fear you little realize
how much vou saenfie.
"A ice ! vour higher enioyment in a lite
drudgery among children in whom you have no
personal lntere.l, is Put a dream oi romance
1 tell you it is your place to snine in society,
and you may easily win your way to a position
where wealth, honor and lame mar an tie yours.
Many a man of wealth and distinction would be
proud oi my Auce, wim an ner grace euiu uig
nitv as his wife."
"Father I" you talk of personal interest and
ol future happiness; my personal interests are
linked with the interests of every immortal soul
destined to that eternity I hope to enjoy, I care
not to what part of the human race they belong
and my happiness is to deal with the human
mind, and lead it "onward and upward." No
I would not for the sake of wearing the name
of one of the most honorable qt earth barte
the priceless joys of life as I baveflound them.
"Why should honor or pleasure so impair
your happiness as you fancy !"
"Would not wealth place us where all the
pomp and ceremony of pride and position must
be observed ! would not honor, in the world's
acceptation make us the envy of the many who
cannot gain it ? and oh, would not the cold
heartless world with its pomp, its pride, and
sweeping tide of evils step between us and pure
happiness would it not rob me of life's pre
cious jewel, affection ! It might not but my
heart would be burdened with anxious fears."
"But my daughter surely does not think
finding her happiness for life in the class
common people !"
"I cannot say that I wish to place myself
where labor will be a stern necessity, but I do
desire the society of the truly intelligent, and
find it is them that are engaged in the humbl-,
but most useiul of callings; and I desire too
live in that society where people are free, where
the heart and oul shine in the countenance,
and speak in every word, where every act and
tone are not measured out according to conven
"But, is this necessarily confined to the la
boring class !"
"Perhaps not necessarily, but it seems to me
that according to the laws of our being manual
labor is necessary to a certain extent, not only
to good physical health, but to the development
of a strong and sturdy intellect, and to the de
velopment of full moral strength, and the de
velopment ol these great powers of mind is truly
Education is it not!"
"These are, I fear, new-fangled notions that
come from reading many books. But my dear
girl, in that society what would you do with
your accomplishmenU in music and in tlte art
of painting ! Surely you acquired these to make
you shine in society
" Uy dear father, it was not to shine in soci
ety not to appear before an admiring circle
ah accomplished lady that I learned and loved
the melody of sweet sounds, or studied the art
that brings within our own homes the entran
cing scenes of nature It was for the refine
ment, elevation and high cultivation of the mind
and heart. It was to prepare me more fully for
that high and holy sphere in which it is the
destiny of every true woman to act. By paint
ing we study nature in her various forms and
beauties hold converse with her in her grand
eur and sublimity, in her beauty and purity !
Music enters into the deepest recesses of the
soul and wakens a tone that is in harmony with
the rapturous strains of angelic choirs ! lias
not our Heavenly Father given us these to lead
our souls upward ! and shall we find only the
paltry pleasure of showing them as accomplish
ments to shine in society 1"
" But, Alice, tell me a little farther ; in your
exalted view of these, tell me what is the ob
ject of any other kind of knowledge. Have I
not seen you poring over some ponderous vol
umes of late!"
Yes, father ; I have found new delight in
searching out some hidden treasures, though I
nave only learned enough to show me how
onoraut I am.
But, to a woman, what use can there be in
such knowledge as that !"
ill it not develop her intellectual nature.
and aid too in making her noble and good, to
read the mysteries ot liods works, and learn
that in them He has manifested his wisdom
and goodness ! - Will not her soul expand and
her heart be elevated in such noble pursuits
and does she not need a noble and lolly spirit,
fuil of love and purity, in her sphere of duty
and responsibility V
" Well, indeed, Alice, these are new and
strange thoughts to me. My mind is full of
business. But do you ever hope to attain to
the heights of your pictured sphere!"
" No, indeed ! I do not hope, but I can do
all I can, and keep my aspirations ever in thn
right channel, and that will be a little."
" i ou ask my consent to your course. I had
marked a different one for you, but I will not
interfere wilh what is for your happiness.
Ponder well your ways, and you have my
" 1 hank vou, dear lather, ' trembled on her
lips, but Alice's heart was too full to speak.
Bidding him good night, she assisted her inva
lid mother to her rest, and then retired to her
Long had Alice waited for this conversation.
She loved her father she knew that he loved
her, and that he ever desired the happiness of
bis children in preference to his own ; but still
she feared his displeasure at her course. Not
even yet had she summoned courage to tell him
that she had tbougnt to unite ber path ot lite
with another's. That another's heart, aa ear
nest and devoted as hers, had sought her com
panionship in its earnest pursuits in its hopes
and aspirations. Gradually would she unfold
her plans and open to him her future prospect,,
and when he understood all, she donbted not it
would be his happiness to know only that it was
Mr. Weston, by earnest application to busi
ness, bad gained for himself a handsome for
tune, which placed his family now beyond the
necessity of manual labor ; but in his business
his mind had been absorbed; there were his
powers directed ; and it was not his to place a
guiding hand to his daughters' education. He
brought them the means, and desired them to
use them welL
For many years Mrs. Weston had been an in
valid, and it had been Alice's duly as the eldest
daughter, to spend many hours in attending to
tne duties ot a sick-room a duty as a daugh
ter, and to such a daughter as Alice, a privi
lege. One of those noble women who possess true
refinement and intelligence was Mrs. Weston,
w ho could not tail to stamp the impress of her
own soul on those so constantly with her ; and
the many useful books read aloud for "mother,"
lost not their effect in purifying and ennobling
the youthful mind of Aliee. 'Twos there she
learned that life had a higher, nobler obiect
than personal ease and pleasure, and what
wonder taut when released lrom home duties,
her heart went out to the suffcrine ones around
her, and her spirit longed for earnest, active
du.ies, in which, by blessing others, she might
Such was Alioe ; and when she found
heart that beat in unison with hers in its hopes
and aspirations a heart that swelled with love
to God and to man what wonder that she loved
as onlv iueli as she can love !
Willis Hcrtnon stood among Nature's noble
men. Alice knew it, and it mattered little to
her that the world knew it not.
Aud to-night her father hod blessed her: she
trusted or.ee more, when he should know all, to
hear those same precious words from his lips !
"Well I am a little surprised, but if you can
not consent to the plan I must find another
use for the money," said Mr. liermon to his
wife at the conclusion of a long conversation
one evening as they sat alone by their fire
side. It was the same fireside by which they
had sat many times during past years in the
same little home, not the same, but one built
on the same spot, where she had spent her ear
liest married days, and where she had spent,
thU3 lar, so nappy a Me with him she love J.
"Xo, my dear, do not be surprised though I
appreciate your kindness in proposing it yon
thought it would be for my happiness and that
ot tbe tanniy."
"Yes, I had long hoped to gain such a place
as to be able to place you in as handsome a
mansion as the one yon left when you came
to the humble spot I called my home. Surely
Mrs. Hermon would grace such a home as much
as did Miss eston."
"Pardon me, Willis, for prefering to grace
this home, if indeed you can award me that
name. 1 am only wishing to adorn it more per
fectly." "tt ;ould not be adorned more perfectly than
does my Alice adorn it, but I have not forgot
ten how you once left a splendid mansion a
home where all tbe luxuries wealth can bring
were yours, and left, too, tbe society of the
first class in the city of C for seclusion
in an obscure home. Is it strange that even in
our latter days 1 should wish, to reward in part
"Have I not been sufficiently rewarded al
ready ! You call it a sacrifice ! you know not
now small a sacrince it was."
"I felt that I cculd never appreciate its full
ness." "Did I not leave the splendor of wealth for a
home gladdened ever by the light of joy and
hope and love ! - Did I not leave a life of list
less pleasure that palled on the senses for one
ol earnest, active duty for one of deep-toned
happiness. And did I not, for the society I
lefst, find within the precincts of our own home
the society of the great, the good and the gifted!
Our home has been gladdened by the presence
of Poets, Historians and Philosophers. The
story of past ages has been whispered to our
e3rs. Tbe wondrous mysteries of science have
been unfolded to our mental vision, and with
the poets we have'revelet) oft in the realm of
"But they have only permitted vou to ad
mire them. What of honor has it been to you
to have been thus in their society."
"Simply the honor of having spent thua far
a very happy and I trust profitable life wilh
them, and with one who admires them as much
' But it will not mar the happinesa of the
past to change our residenc will it!"
"You will not ask me to go back again to
those pleasures I once left! Is there no other
use to which you can put the money !"
"I had once thought of putting ;t into an
Institution of some kind. I should like much
to see an institution of learning in our village."
"That is just what we need, and surely we
shall be much happier in our vine wreathed
cottage with our little garden of ,liruu and
flowers, endearecj 4s it is by the fond associa
tions of other'days."
"Henry tw me the otneT jay when BB
finished his Collegiate course be abould like to
find a situation as "Teacher" in some Institu
tion, and that will be just the place for him."
"I should little fear but that he would make
himself useful somewhere; but the village needs
it, whoever may fill the place of Teacher."
Mot long did it take lor Mr. Hermon to plan
the building, and enlist the interest of the vil
lagers in its hehalf. Though he was too old
now to bear the burden of care his voice to
cheer, and purse to aid was sufficient to inspire
the villagers with enthusiasm enough to carry
Henry Hermon was chosen as teacher of that
school, the foundation of which was bid by the
devotion of his parents to the interests of the
heart to the development of mind.
And in the midst nf bt iiaofnlnBa ,i.;i.
honors are clustering gracefully on his youthful
brow he ascribes honor to her who was the
ur.l to leach him. who first awakened in his
heart a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be
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