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?T. AXRAJSTS, VT FRIDAY, NOV f), 1866.
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sitico odncsdav." said Air. Benin:
'Air. Curtis informed mo of it. Mnv
Tlic Mcrchanl's Test.
"Dick, I nm afraid tlio old mnn hns
tnkon it into bis bond to send you
ii in... ini,
u in, w uuu i;uu uu mint iif i- mull ( -r , . , . .
Onfv flint lie was tnlkiny vorv ear. I 1 nni. 1,10 ' vo of this secret mid un
iiesllv with Air. Oglethorpe us 1 went 1 "8Uul-flooding on your part ? I be
into bis room just now, mid thev ecus-1 '"vo 1 nnve you no outiso for bo mid
od very directly on my onlmnco. I ! "f" n dotonnumtioii to quit my oin
look tho liberty of waiting outnido tho l"'"ont, did I ?
door till tho conversation w-as rosutned, , o"Jboi Biclinrd roponlod, bit
nnd hoard nnough to satisfy mo that ! torl-v- ' (h "' 8U': Cll"s. of
Oglothorpo has n nephow who is itbotit "" cleric is only tlio dtipo
gngod to go to nnothor house on tho I in a pecuniary jiflitil' of view, but nltfo
morrow. J sunk immeasiiriibiy in his own istitiia-
"I llaVO kllOWIl of vnnr onrrnmiiiinnt , lion V Ifi lll'olit&fl bv tho lesson, hnw-
' it?. n...i.. - ....... ..ft,,- Un f.,...1 1.: If
UVl'l. J.UU1IJ 11UUI nu luilliu 1IIII1BCI1 hi
u position prosperous and envious as
that which h llftd forfaited in early
miinhfiod; bub lo his dying day ho
novor tried tojbfttitah tho huiniliuting
but salutary r'Sftolloclion of his first
nud lnt tloviittton from the straight
forward path of honor and integrity.
The ncltljtf Waterloo. man, being hko tho productions of n' The
Tl. Viltnrro f Wnt.i-i,,,, io nlmtil lT"l"lI.V KOi'vftlll girl. TtieiOlS, IlOW-
r," ......".. i'u" i m'ni' 1111 ....l:..l
twelve niilen lo the south of jnissols, i
St. Ubaiis business Directo
to tako vour
' What did you hoar ?"
" Aleroly a sentonco from onch.-
Oglothorpo said: 'So vou think mv
nephew will havo no difliculty in filling
tlio plnee of your liond clerk?
liealo replied: 'Nono whatovor;
tho other clerk, Philip Wardon, has
been in my establishment a long limo,
and ho can give liini tilitfclo insight in
to our busiti084 niTairn, if need bo.' I
did not wait to hear more; but that is
Mir.V lVVIK, ATTOUNKVK VMJ
. 1 iv NkV l.LOHS AT IjAW and HoliritMrsi in
tinic' in the rooms formerly on u
Vhito A HowIcb, Oadcomb'B Ilnitduifr,
- M. !7-l
,14. I'AllK PWH.
111 K. ATTOIINKY AND
1 1 jit AT LAW. Also, Agent for lirnt
nniii'o Conipanies, nud for obtaining
1 n .v.
Weiks' store. 1-tf
OltbC V. IIOUOIITO.V, Attonioy arid
l! r at Law and Solieitor in Chan
s Vi m ii. Vermont. Ofiiec near tlio I'ost
.1 ' r iidencp on Welilcn Btreot.
i ut. I Htates Coiiaiimmiiner, Commix-
r 11 .'In rnr tin- Miati'Hor .New lori!
41 tt and other
.Lit. niiiiu to all
, In may be eUtiUHtoxl.
- Nm. I, lbfil. tf
tho slave of tho merchant and hns no
right to complain of any conduct how
ever iniquitous, of which ho is tho
"You Sarcasm is rather out of
and ! l'laJ0 young man," ropliud Air. Donle,
. coouy. -1 asKou u I iiatl tnvon vou
' .... . " . 1 .. . .
any uauso 01 onoiico. I Know l nave smoll of herbA tlmturbance
, not; you falsely imagine that I hnvo, i turo, nn arrnv o bottles and
nid thus imagining you havo dona I things, tlferb jtjfw'.
yourself a grout injury. Nay. no!
(IU0SMOUS i will toil vou all. On tlie ' mother Ifl inniillinn Iltll. mv aislnr ia
enough, I should think." unyuiat mv. Ugletliorpo was hero I j aunt, and I 4Q( I'in a hnppy father ! ' . , -J
Ho it would soom" wa tho ronly, " B aiierauon in your les, mat s wlintytliey call it; " Hint's
in n tone of tfaejj doniondency. iooks, you:ivfoni, your whole con- wUnt a Uio niattafc" Fntllor of eight
"It is moan in tho old mnn to dis- . u A awApecieci ai onco mat mil-1 pounds ravornrupoiS) ot snivelling,
charge you, and equally strnin'o; if it ' m' ove,''10,,rd our conversation , snufling, snarling humanity, wrapped
was me now, I should "not think' it so ! al1 rfP'intcd it to you, in consequence , in twico night pounds of worsted nud
odd but. ho has nil alone seotnod to of wlncu .Vn wer" disturbed in mind, limine! and linon, nud stufiod with I
COUNHKL-1 think much of vou. 13nt.it is just ! x,,la was tmltirnl, nutl 1 was far from Ulon t know how mauy pounds of roots
like him, always doing somothing out u 1 )(? ' mumlol mo an ami herbs, essences and oxtrncls. Iiap-
off inwnv." opponuniiy lor a test wincli I Had nv tatlior !
particular reasons for desiring lo an-! fnl dad ! ! !
ply. 1 punned n brief noto to Air.
Oglethorpe, gnvo it to you to bonl and
watched your proceedings from that
window. 1 thought tho tomptation
would prove a severe one, and that if fish nnd crackers, and lodge on the
tmprovelncnt of American
over, no lack of nnlwli nml ir,r,ni,w,i.i ' ' . - i
' Ot JJl'USSO S. I ..i ..." 1 '. . . 1 . Tl. vr... -TT.. . . .. . .
the battle lield lying some two or (hreo ! ' ? Slfi: ' arU Z A, h"
SSSSSrS!! ! 11,(5 ?0,lrt ,nfl P- of'il'oughbred domestic anunals
il with a povVor andiVhatof the wild horse!' of'tlfc '
1 nr t i r 1 1 Hkil! f''"1 "on-p' ofcsional 1 tn, ph, s aiuHhiifltlfatvlhuH.
' . i i ii'ii'M (ijviiiui,t i i;i liiiiii ii-iiii ,1 nrit fiiiiiii nn-
Tho Chilians nr'o frank, accessible, I crtWtcd which, especially for cavalry
courteous nnd hospitublc. Tho unnf-1 PIll'l0S?8. would bo hotter than auy
fecto1 kindiioss which ono moots with-, aow ux'Ht''j'- Of tho wild horses it'
ospeoially nt thoir ostntos or hariendu, sni'f-
mnkos a lasting and most favornbloim-!. "Over. tho vast plain? extending'
prcasion. In tho cltjos there i, per, 1 ,)otw0(!11 Uo Jritsh possessions on the:
liapa, less outward csnres'Mon of hos- j ,10ltl1. 'o Aloxicnu plateau on the,
pitalily. A. foreign fefTfi vorv rarely in- Routn tno Indian froulior on tho cant,
viicti to tune, aiw is soidoin asked to " xltJUhj .uomumns on ine west;
fo-ight, helping (o care for the wound
ed. Ho has been fighting the battlo
over nearly every diy sineo, nnd olio
would think ought by Uih time to
have become used to it. Everybody
who hns read, understands tho gener
al foituresof the field and of the fight;
how the forces under Wellington woro
posted nlong n ridge, nnd those under
Und tills in man."'
"A b ib." in the holt AfBllprlng of pleamirc."
Alit I'Jnrrolt.'Tlioro's been n time,
n. mutilt' HffiilJ"n.'"iTitriflrni miiu nn (ir.
-I o i -i" .. , , " ., . . . viioii ro ni. niru iti en
givoii you , souoiip to ourd.iousc. ihoro's n sickly 3.r?r8 ,.,lV,01"01 .H,P' "mn , stay at a friends l.m.so i il,n ,ifv ovtv the inoro southerly nortion of tho'
furni;. o v welfd nrZnr.rfronrof n the o(.unt,y it is entire dif,er- f Wng "otween tho latter
lid SUinll " , .I. U 1 " J"U Ule SI0P 11 l0,lt 0f ' nnt liWrH.i,.., i ' I .. .1... I clinill mill t lO S onn Nfivn.hurlilniir.l,-
' A new man hns " 3,1' ",0 'T- i 1 r HdHomfort s of California and in oulon
lonvo or license. AIv : Jjl1 IIvyA to, the house of which ; ,,..ii.i ' ' district ann. H, Tn,-rt. Jff
was U10I0H6.I uy n wall; and how, sim-' . 7 ' " " , 'J ' J "" nni ,..0ii no d.," ' Zi d' u ir
1,J ! "Viuil ill"! OIIIVJUIU i!UUU 1 . , : , . i
"'S ; ,, .Ml lim. nVIRtH of (lin nrom An,' 1-.....
1,111. i - ' w ...vi iiiiviiv vi,. urv
. of tho wnv.
j lliohard AVilking wnB loo sick at
heart to leply. He turned to tho desk
, nnd endoavored to concentrate his
j wnndorirtg thoughts upon his work,
I but in vain. Tho pen dropped from
liis linuoiB. and lonnimr his head mum
autt. Ho will ritc his hand he gnvo full scope to his sor- J'011 inose superior to it I
,l.f"r10,ml lml"OBH rowful and indicnant feelintrs. "When 1 lmvo f(Jtu'B wwni
tho two gentlemen emerged from Air.
. m snin itoriiK liaiieery. onico over ' one guilty of a secret cnmc.and snatch-
ltanl,-, St. uiianx, t. ! Uisr the pen. uretended to bi nil nli-
sorbed in his duties. Hib Hurried
manner, so different from hU uhual
quiet composure, wns noticed by his
employer, who drew his own conclu
sions therefrom. Air. Oglethorpe was
il luming tn hi lwiim. in Jialtiinoie.
His friend aceumpaiiied him to the
steamboat, and, on returning, closely
obsei ved tho two clerks iir ho snun-
teiod back and loi th through tho store.
field wa so limited, and that tlioso nn
poitnnt positions, strongly occupied
liy Wellington's troops, were separa
ted by such insignificant distances.
The coinnianders-in-ehief scarcely
That's what they tell me "fe"l' glasses lor inspecting tho opo-
I ought to be. linfc, (botwoon you nUl0,ls nrmtes, but at a glanco
aud I, Air. Editor, j I don't see it. To 'md ttiko in tho whole view: while
be turned ont-of-doois by a bevy of lleir glasses, it seemed as though
old crones, to bo forced to livo on cod- ' le-v UUSM have looked each other in
i: i ?.. . S """n"rrl In the cities the evening is devoted ! "ords of the doscendantH of
...v ,wl, a !., nnii npa KO urcoHu. vUiilm TTion .. , : mnroB and Stallions turned
h imat uii n 0rcUarl on tho left. 1 1 " ' 1 ... V. " r1.1"" ti, h,.s i i " " T. "
iiut I never imagined that the whnl.i ' V, ' 'V y v imuunoy. a visit iiunug 1 ' "? JU,, u" -MJU .UT.
l ....ii i.i. . lie' iay is as utiucceiitaulo as it Would w,i'in-',i svit. mm x'lftarro
uo unlookou for
Blissful parent ! ! Thunk-
, and pro, cute i
Vniti il Stati H fur Arrvarx of ,
ni;i ml to Ciillei tionn,
i.i SulduT'., Widow n and Imahd's
. 1 V N, DKVTIST.
lit-OtJK, Mum St.
( it t'liuiuh.
Ofli.-e in the
M' UOWAV. IIKXT1ST. Ortii
W. id and iu en's lrng biiti
t 2 II
concerninir yoi. I
i was right; tlio temptation was too
strong too strong for your honor and
integrity to withstand. 1 saw yon
open the letter 'twns enough. 1 did
not at nil wonder when I heard of your
npphing for a new bittiittion ;ou
thought that I was acting treacherous
ly to you, and that you would out
, wit me."
Air. liei.lo censed, nnd looked fixed
ly ut Richard, whose whole counte
nance was suffused with blushes, as
thi' true nnt ui o of Ins conduct uiu
I.I. WIS. .IK
I). ali r.-
biought calmly lo his
indignant teelings he
edge of tho sofa,.lo bo hlirriod hither
and yon uftor this, that and tho othor,
to bo always mot nt tho door with a
" 'th 'sh," to be called a bruto be
cause your boots squeak, n wretch be
cause the stovo smokes, and an unfeel
ing monster because you objoct to be
ing mado n testing machine of to tr
.ill sorts of vile compounds, to be kept
over a hot stove warming gruel and
mp, to have a little mass of ugliness,
li i living for all the world like a skinned
monkey, thrust into your arms, and
be told it looks just hko you -is there
in nn uus, anyiniug to malco a man
c Dry flood, ii.uk Philips appeal mice indicated nothing ' 1 U1!K,,1U11 teeiings He
v o iui SnV-LV i,iim,1 5 l Richard, though ho had j ". t'K", 'ht
Al-111!!- I partiRllv regained his customarv coin- tlon of l'neiple in o
ot t.UTOVS Firtit National Oyiitcr lh nn .
. mil lill'X'O.N, a, ho n th Hide LhJm.
-it. M nrmon 1H- -K, .St. AJIwiim, Vt.
1 "i every ntyle. (IrdtTS lilh-d
. mi'l i nnn! 17 ut the lout Jlurki t
h ya.iit or iaUu. I. I'oral
. n ule. lflO
.1. Ill UUKSS, deal-rin Pork, FiaJi, Hams.
and general Unx'
Mam Street, on-
' i ii stri
pariinny regniiiwi ins customary coin
posuro, could not prevent a slight lies
nancy nud restraint wueu i
Air. Uenlii's casu ! lemmks.
Several ilays uftor. Air. Ilonle bro't
Richard a letter to seal and deposit, in
tho post office ns he went to dinner.
I X II. - - ... 1 . ..t ...
i At iue same nine no sent rnuip to a
' neighboring store oil business, which
would di tain him soma little tune.
- j He then relumed to his private room.
e,AOUbal,;i0YtO,,lliI L,'ft ,0 """self, Richard gazed on the
'. I supeiboription of the letter, lou; a ml
i oarnt'stly. " D. Oglethorpe, lialti
, more,'' tho words seemed liuriu d in-
to his br.un. What would he not
t givo to know thf CDiiteuts of th it lot
, ter '? Doubtless it I'i'luted to the neph
! w that was to supjilant him lli"h
atd hesitat.'d -tiuiied th.- ! tte-over
' 'ind over. liv could be
view. In las happy, or bh-isful, or thankful ? Asa
had not until man anxious to be happy if it is his
of his derelic- duty, and willing to bo thankful if he
opeiuiig u letter omtht to be, 1 ask. is Micro ?
not intended for his inspection: now Talk about n mnn's beine-n. Irintr in
eptvino- to 1 1,0 wns overwhelmed with shame and I his own house: It isu't so, not bv n
j remorse, for he was naturally um iuht loiijr chalk. That shanelesS mass" of
Air. Ueulo saw
. i . e mi i
ui;- iace. iue nays oi lined cannon
and long range muskets had not yot
Wo spent ti lung limo in and
around H.nigoumont, covored with
the marks of the lighting and tho
burning; then walked through tho or
chard and up to the ridge, on which
tho English lino was fnnned,wliaro
our old guide fought u or the battle
again from beginning to end. He
showed us where the French cavalry,
in the afternoon, made their frantic
charges on the English battalions,
coming far up the slope on whoso sum
mit we stood. Along this summit
runs a country road the bed of tho
road being several feet below the gen
eral surf ice. This I thought might
be the ravine into which Victor Hnj;o
Tho oveniiiL' tc.rlttlia
with its pleasant gossip, is an i
ngreoablo recreation. The round toa
tablo w an institution in Chili, and
j'jngiisn ioiks on visiting tonus at na
tive hoiisos aro not roducod to syrupH
or ''fin sum."
Love or Beauty in the French.
Ttisquito certain that unless you
go into the very haunts of vice, whoro
misery is bom and bred, you will nov
er seo any in Paris. Tlio bootblack,
from tho peculiar naturo of his occu
pation, appears to be on less familiar
terms with soap and water than any
other of tho human family, and in
England nnd America holds his rags
and dirt an piorogativos. Hut tho Paris
bootblack is always a man ; hu is al
ways clad in a uniform, generally of
blue plush, and any lady might shake
hands with him without gloves and
without fear. His box is very large,
and ho carries a camp stool", which
supersedes the necessity ol balancing
on one leg during tho process of pol
ishing. When asked what U due
Countless thousands rfPtlfcrfo" hni
mnh aro still ns wild ns tho buffnlo
and tho antelope. Othor thousands
havo been reclaimed to tho service of
mini by tho savage Indian and the civ
ilized pioneer. In many of their lia-
livo points these animals 'greatly ro-
somblo the Arab blood from w'hfcli
thoy sprung. In their circumstances
of nature and training, they possess
still further points Of resoinblnnco.
Thoy nro children of privation, ,aml
liko such, as often happens, children
of genius. Firo, vigor, speed, Btny''ut
long distances, on short fodder, and
for a long time theso characterize
them certainly only less than tho barb
stallion, if wo must mako oven this oxf
ceplion in deference to popular opin
ion. Thoy possess weight-carrying
abilities which havo never been predi
cated ovon of the most famous barbs.
' incipient measles nnd chicken-uox and cr r,,ftc 10,1 ,he vc
his confusion, and ' crouo in tho ntlir.r i-nnm ic l.'iiiir nro. themselves only
represents tlio cavalry as precipitating ! thorn they invariably reply, "what you
themselves. I asked tho. guide about please." 'Tho fee is about livo cents,
u, ami ue saiu tuo rroncn cavairy nev-, out I tried ono onco with a one cent i
the road, but
precipitated ! piece, to seo how much sincoritv there
the uiiyioldin" i was in his "what vou nleiso." mv
turned to his desk to pav what was ptietor. master of this house, nnd I'm S1 -t! ()f ll,e English. i cmno his hat -down wont his bow
due of Utolmrd's salary, but first tak-i servant, orrnnd-bov. waiter. - For him ' . Waterloo is commonly regarded as land you might havo supposed from
mg borne papers from a secret drawer, ' I must come and co, carry aud fetch. ' Ulli Kl'ei"ot,t battlo of modorn history. I his " mcrci, monsieur," that I had L'iv
M il Ml HHOTIIKKS
Sii!, lilajw-, nii, I'tuit.i, Apii.'ii!
1 1 ii e olf' i .ii a l'i eah luuu
.i and Mini stn'iUi.
- Milell IB, IMH. 1-if
in row mem on ine tnbio betoio the neglect my business, unloose my purse
young man. strings, and make a fool of myself
"All this is at end now,'' he said, generally. To be sure the thing may
but you may see how unjust your ' grow to'be a Doctor of divinity, or a
suspicion was to me. how injurious Jo 13 ink President that's a comforting
join self, as 1 said awhile ago.'' 1 tlion-'ht. Dntf tin "the othor hind, he
W lI.li.KK, .1, .il. r iu Kto. - nu
!'. i 1 r mgle. in imifa. in;, i
' 1. 1. II 1 1 I til.- HFttlUK i'f W
i lolili:. .ilU luleil to. 10.
i . ill 11 "i-'. , St . AiImum, t.
1 Kill. Ill' KllllM-.nn, ,1, .u.r in l,,n-
' '-'I 1 I V li'lil,l, 111 hit.- HI il
' ' ' 1 ' .N..ii..ii, i oiiicr ot iUm iUid lij.nl
u It. IU!
IllM'lMiTO.V, Uohl in
' in .i, CJinks and Jcttilry, Siiil
ilm l'laiid Ware. FanevOooil
Wati'h lh ii.iiriuj; anil liiigr.iv
v.. ii. iirimsoTON.
Ui I'5l l-, (lualer in Qroccrios nnd
I " iii' at Whnluuale and ltotail
WALKKH MtOS., Aute.
" t, m. Albans, VU ItH
A IUH , ij. mami.y. Dealer in Dry Good,
-.'i. i i... Nnuoiiii. Zenlivr Wool, l'auer
aud Curtain l'ixturfta.
v iia-ii, i
DUUU.udm sii:ak. dalern in l'anov
u I'mi.siit IlryGoodM, plain and fauoy
i"b.rBi, tio. 117.
EBAIEHI,, WARUEX It. SVEAB.
Mum Mrnt.Kt. Albans, Vt.
co., tioaleru in l)r
1 .n e'e l amilv uroeeripu
ran in in KtreetM. Kl Alliana Vt 117
r' L. janes.
V ,.T.VTUO'S IIVTIIIXG
-Ij. l)Iti:SIvn utinnv
and hair dyinj;. Ladlea' and
Ki'1' t0,"rder. ('ash paid for Ladies,
r Hot and cold Baths at all hours of
f -M t. uing. KDO.Ul TATUO,
into it V It u.ii not sealed lie would
betray no (ufideuot' by so dn;n
1 111 ist of 1 he 1 m si n ess lettei s were gi von
to him to iuiHv.nr, and certainly to no
one living would he reveal the content,
whatever they might be. Thei-o ie
ilectioiis ov 1 eatne bis stiong ropug
uuuee to tho act, and with treinUing
hand ho opened the letter and read:
" Dkau Siu: I wish your nophow
to arrivo if possible, by Tuesday, tho
UOtb, as on that day young Wilkins'
yoar will havo oxpirod, aud it is doiir-
nblo ihnt. Iiiti Kiippftficm clinnlil lw-. nn
tho snot, to enter immediutelv on hi 1 during those four yoara 1 havo
dulios. Truly, yours, J. BEALE." I soryl1 J'olu' nduct closoly. It was
Tho blood rushed to liiclnrd's brow ! sutm ,l" to sa,lsfy inti a,m osolving to
as ho rend. For an instant ho forgot i "wiinl yoj"1 nitegrity and faith-
KiehardjS eyes were intently bout
on the papers. One was in the mer
chant's h-indvvriling, a notice that
Itu'liaid Wilkins having hi 011 admit
ted us a junior put tm. : into Ins own
es'alilislieil business liini; the others
wore mcossaiy business papers 1ei.1t
nig tlieieto. luohard continued g.ii--ing
at them as if f i-oinaUjd, till tho
iii.m eli.int s 01ct bioko the spell.
"Well, young mnn, do you uudei
stmid the matter now '("
"Oh, sir !" said Hichard, turning his
eyes ituploiingly on him, and then un
able to repress his tortured feelings, he
bent, his bond 011 tho tablo to conceal
tho fast gushing tears.
"llogrot ia unavailing now," said Air.
Beale, in h:s clear cold tones. "I had
ovary roason to place confidence iu you.
it settled tho fate of empires; it turn-
oil the stream of history into u new
channel. But regarding tho battle of
Gettysburg. tin deciding Iho .fiUo of
tho rebellion in our country, and with
Kin war' grent experiment of belf-
mav develop into a common thief, or
a Congressman. I've suggested those
things to my wife, bat she says .she
don't care, " he's a beauty, an angel, a
cln-rub, now, any way." Bat she can't
fool iue. Beauties don't hae led faces,
and pug noses, nnd bald heads Angels
don't pucker their mouths and suck
thoir lists, and cherubs don't suutHe
i and snivel and wink, like toads under
' a harrow. No, sir, l'e looked the
tiling all over, nnd the only thing I
s o to bo thankful for, is, "that thoy
wvreu't twins. ' We're all poor crit
ters," that's a fnct, nnd I suppo.su nil
1 this fuss is vonly the corollnry to the
. uandy and corn-halls, and wnlks nnd
, rides, and othor swoot things of a yoar
agj, "when I was single anil lived at
1 government, who may say that it
not of even superior importance ?
tht field of Waterloo I felt half asham
oil that I had ever visited Gettysburg.
rCor. Citioiniiatr duvili'.
Society In Chili.
writer iu Al ic nillan's AIarnzinc
gives the f Mowing account of society
111 Chili - a country which is now at
tracting an uiiiihiiti! share of attention.
"Education is making progress in
Chili under the fostering care of an
enlightened government. Tho popu
lation of tho country is about 1,000,
000, and the attendanco at all schools,
public aiid private, is about 50,000.
A much larger number of persons can
-s t i'iiii 4. itito 01111:11; uuu iiiuu 1L 1 1 .1
" . . rn.'ifl imvnvnv I inn ntwi wnnwl innnv.
my eftBo." By J tinitor, I wish I hadn't 1 " V , "
done it ! I do. 'pon honor. fl0,u U,cse 1?8reH; )) 0 lncsmno
You young chaps, chasin- round af- i . l, ae.l il0 1,0"0(' 01 """iiianco nt , ,.11, had ilowers.
lor silk and bombazine, and cilico.l . ery suori, wn.ci maKes t ie ; ronj ifo.
And mnki.ur vnnivnl; vhlicl.,,, J 'P"nUll OI ClUCatipil, SUCH CS it IS,
on a franc.
Tho workmen also have a uniform
or thoy all dress alike, with white
pants and blue blouses. Instead of
our poor tattordomalions, in lluttor-
hng rngi of every hue, vests wrong
was ! sido out, grandfathers' coats on small
On , boys, shocking and ovorgrown boots,
one sees in ine erencn luoorors a 10
I spectable and really picturosquo com
1 pany. 1 think thoro must bo some
I law against rags, for Iho very beggars
I wear tho same whito pants, and bluo
j frocks, cheap and coarse, but decent
looking until entirely worn out. Tho
women who sell gimcracks at street
corners, and ovon tho fat fishmongers
in thoir greasy stalls look freh and
blooming as possible in their starched
caps and clean calico. Tho very her
rings seemed graceful under their
touch, though they had arms liko
Amazons. It was wonderful to seo in
to what a garden tho regotablo market
could bo transformed, merely by tho
arrangement of carrofs and cabbages.
Workmon, fishmongers, beggars and
It does not sceni liko
Anecdote of Bismarck.
In his youth tho Count wu3 n gay
Htudcut, very popular with his nssoci-
1 ntes on account 01 ins gootl Humor.
'Tho old men of Gottcngen still re-
member this "tall young man" who
j played them so many practical jokes.
Tho story of Bismarclc's boot-maker
has become famous in tho nnnitls of
tho university. It is thus rolntcd1
Young Bismarck having been invited
to n ,-ofnr, whoro lie wns to dance .witU
tho prottist girls in Gottingeu, had
ordered a pair of patent leather boots
for tho occasion. As tho day np
pronched tho young student becaino
more uneasy. f " '
"You will not have your boots," said
his comrades. ,;
"But . I will havo thqm," answered
tho future Alinistor.
On tho ovo of tho great driv'Bis-
iinnrck entered tho shop nnd asked for
his boots: . ; i
I "Monsieur," said tho trndcsmnu, ,"I
1 am iu despair; but I havo so many 01
j dors for tho ball tomorrow "
"Ah ! that is it," said tho student.
"Very well wo shnll seo." '
Ho wont out, but nt tho end of.hnlf
nn hour returned with two of tlioso
enormous dogs which tho Gorman stu
dents aro accustomed to keep at tho
oxponso of their mosses. ' ' '
"Alonsionr," said Bismnrck, --"you
seo theso dogs ?" ,-
"Yes." , , .
"Very well I I swenr thoy ; will tear
you into fivo hundred thousand pieces
unless I havo my boots by tomorrow
Ho went out but from hour to hour
around new bonnats and su down
1, .i.i ... , . .
1 nnis, tiiuiK you ro mmutv iuckv. uut
111 mv hx; till you
over tlio lulls iuolui" liko n 1
noteworthy that tho Homnn
Liiorgy do almost nothing in
the consennnnenti tn liimsnlf of tho I niinuss, l Hail decided to tako y on into
threntoniiiL' blow, of iudimmtion at I purtnorship ns you see by theso papers,
1 . 1 1 1 , . I lrOtini'liil IIOill'lv lll'fl liwilillic mm .,.l t.'nif ni.fil ,-rtii
nis employer s (ini)iicity, i""r"v': . ' '7 ....-. "av. uuu, .. mm. j
" Four voars," ho lnurmured bitter- waitS tor. 1,10 wignaturos and got sent
ly, " ay, four yenrs next Tnesdny, I
entornil tliic Ktoen Not. nnn.i uiiien
that dny hns ho had occasion to ro- j wllui he much desired mo to onipoly , nel by tho yard; parpgoric by the bar
provo mo for tho slightest nogloct or At lns hisb'vtsiti'T iigrooa'to do so. It rel, nnd soothiiig syrup by the groat
una 111,1 nituiiuuu iu jjnu tun ail iiyiuu- (yiiraij uujuu iinvo 10 iip-iuu luuilllj ,..,, i,. i
nhln Kllrnriun In-liwimnw n li,1 1 1.n,-of,,.-.. i 1 1 w. I, .inc.. rrn tr Ilw. iml.ililinN (..lnUlCU; UUt IIS,
u,.. .v . v. I V. IIUIUJUIU IIIU , fjW VV IU IIVIIIUlli VW
I desired to keep nil my atraugemonts i smoke, nnd sloop in the carrot, till you
secret, fortunately as I now see, for my , can't work dnyjhnor sleep nights; till
...1.:... ..i.i.i i i i .1.. .! .i.i .r i i i i i., 1.
niuiii uiihuiuii iiiu u lusu mo Hiieuoiu ivou are bcoiuyu uuu oamjeti uuu lucit-
sntlico for a much hu'iroo niiinliei- of
inhabitiiuts than it ought to do. It is !
" this is theatrical
state ot mo wnero everybody is 10-
ninutic." Is it possible that theso aro
real men and women, or is all a dream
that so bewilders mo !
Thou you walk through tho gardens
of tho Tuilorics again, where hun
.1 i, r ,. i i i.i ii.. . .
tions of foreignors, a note of warning f,imiii,!S to nnss the duv nn.W Mm
You are constantly saying, 1 11 Por,lor Ilh' or tho purpose, would
catrical," " this is liko ideallstoP bcf?ro, tho bootmaker s, shop nnd
cry out in luguurious tones:
. i . i . r v .
date. Aly friend, Air. Oglothorp had thiof with a shoop on his back to fetch U l : , ' r , , i
I frequently mentioned his nephew, . the Doctor; till Jou have lo buy linn- df0t1' wherf thf ,s 1 10 f,a.,nte,st odor
. -. , ., . . . .. . nt linrnHV nlinlit tlwi nilncolinnol nvnr.
oversight, storn and oxacting as ho is.
I havo given no canso for complaint,
and that is tho end this is my reward.
I am to bo discharged to mako room
for ono of his friend's, connections. 1 1
VKAK! W. .!
Al'I'IIIh m-Kfrulini... ... unll
-i Si niinr MaohUum Tin-.,.. ,
'' r and nimcr f,.i.,l .... ii..i
qui thankful T nnnnnH tho lottor now! 01 yOUV pilllClpiOS. i ed al)0Ut--all Oil nCCOUIlt Ot Till
I can urenaro for his troacherv." "Oh, if you could only forgive me, , In alio! t, wait till you're a hnppy
With u culmnoss that surprised I "' Bealo, exclaimed Richnrd, im-! or nud seo how you like the fun then
letter and P'oringiy. "it wns my nrst error in Inko my advico and don t do it
ailU lOUlllV SOlinueil U.V tllO Hl,.,,l,, nf (h t,.pno Thorn fl.n chil-
m tho EiiKlish and ,i,.n nf Hw. i i,.h n.l th,. iww... ,,!,.
. v.. ...... ui-iimiiiiiiii iu iuu iiiiyui wiiiu, i ttatiiev, but there is no
n no tor e.iucniton is proviueti tiian ,0uill, Ul ti10 dirt, no screams
kick- ?un l,0u,"u,l msowhero, theso warn- ijght or of fwl, You cannot bcliovo
: iniiv. In8 nrB not Kl0!ll,-V ho0(,C(1 b "ltoIh- j your oars when you hoar ono small tot
v futh-1 s.n, I".n'"ts- , , say to anolher, "Co uost pas gontil,"
ii, i 1,10 "otter class in Chili aro tolora-, nll(i observe Mm instiintanoniis' orient
himself, the clork soaled tho letter and :
dropped it into the post olllco as di
rected. On his way back to his otn
ploymont ho called nt tho counting
room of n merchant, whom, ns ono of
Air. Benin's aonuaintancos, ho well ! ovov to
' mi. .1 sta'tnl"; ,Thu oly w!1'1,.l,;H. BolJ ! know. Ilichard wished to mnko on-1 papers torn thorn into small fragmonls
in oaniia'o inoro ,-.,..i,i i... n,... ,,.;.,iD'
tut, l MatcH for les than f 10, which aro !
n 1 U''we' U 'cla- it llfeon, f;ro
r i, .1 'ler & '' lnwhihier. M
' r ui, rnr Til . '"'nnBoments and tho
... - -"""niu urreut. imp nnd lm-
I bly woll educated
!,:., T. :t ,:ii i... .1 ' v.. t i--li lORijenuiuio ipn vorMiiy, an insiliuie
Vllio 1611111 X Olll OlIIU It !Jll IU III ' J.UU1B, 1 .VI , , . t I 1 il 1 1
i.-. .. J 1 . .. . . ' ... or hi'di school, and a thooloL'ical sonn-
For all answer Al, Bealo quietly . wlthis , AVunnu IJkvil Sows.eop chil-
pushed the money ho . had counted ' qflQUgh now.-Co, of. tho Fan, r and . "ZZ 1 o t h'"" ",l ';-n.ngs, unless
" . ., , , , r ' , i vou iuu iiiui w nn iiiem, null iiiou no
service ui iue uuuoiiiu ciiurcu. rt is ".,..,.fi .i,,.,. .. i.,i. ii,,....
Wl.lU.tl. I, 11U.V 1 Ull IUHU llllllll.
"mmratoil circulars ucnt frto.
illunonrihaw A- Clark, at lllddp
"ft lueago, IU, mlv
ItUail Dealer in.
CAPS, fit FURS,
I '"n' leujhltolM B, I'ur.tJ'vcrooaU,
UrfHsFum, Fur and ihick Olovcs
mt"n Vahaos, Umhrellas, Trav
' ""Kllags, Trunks. Ac., Ao.
'"""'AluiaSheeSt. Albans, Vt.
PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS.
OlJdlllHT II. BJUTH.
the money ho had counted qrjqugh iiow. Cor. of. tho Far,
Iliohnrd, and picking up tho 1 jin-dr. - "-Ti :1
ho thorn into small iragmonts. i
nn indirect way, for a situ-) Tho young man looked sadly ut them, i
, while ho was striving to j but kuowing that romunstranco or on-
form Homo question to this end, tho
gentleman camo to his relief, by ask
ing if ho know of any young man in
need of n situation whom ho could
recommend to him, ns ho had a va
cancy for u clork. Bichard ongorly
olloiod himself. Air. Curtis was surr
prised that ho should wish to leave his
old place, but gladly accepted him,
having long admired tho integrity nnd
strict application of tho young man,
whoso prdtBO ho had frequently hoard,
from Air. Bealo. Tito yoarly salary
was named; it was ono hundred dol
lars inoro than Ilichard was now ro
coivinj?: and havintr enj'ai'od to outer
' but poorly attondod, and
! tho country tho nltur is
sBonufits, liko llowors,
thoy nro. fresh.
Bettor tho foot slip than tho touguo.
Ho begins to dio who hath no desires.
An ovil naturo nover
throughout l10 evenings at your own firesides so
111 II greilt ' lnllu.,f .l.,, (I,,... .ill n,,t vnnrn nflne
imiiicn. ,..1 l... s; w.- 1. I"""
I " "'"" .o.wo.., . otiicr attractions nnd other Roeietv.
Italfnn, nnd Irish priests. Iho mil. I You eftnnot ficol(1 thoin into flt at
lyhilo Vorsity is chiefly, devoted to tho study , ,. ,,.,,,.,..1. . iinn. iAUc
of hnv uifd niedicino. A high classical ,. ,).,.. ;.(,. w- h.,i v ..imrm'
them into it, and mako their evenings
or mathematical curriculum is not in
on, nor, wo approueuti, is it i.i,,!,,,, ,iw,m
obtniiniblo. Tho rector of tho iinivcr- ir a ..,..n.,
! . . -s 1 1 11 II , , I 1UIIIOUII. il 1TIIIOI
wains ovca-1 sity, is uou jviiuros ujiio, a lino oiu i truthful words:
mini, now ninety years ot age a scholar Tho su0ls t) vi(,0 nvo (iro1JOji ;utu
III? nml lii.w. .i
' Jfui nahav1n 1'av.!th,,ir rolls ttirdo.1 at
, 'i'0wr.. i1.'5 l"iu"
' 'Winer ' 4Vil.ro,la 1,1 Hiohest pos.i
li Vail, t "'WSKV UltOH.
rails. Juno j3, i8co, 117.tr,
JI ' T OAllPv A.I
a U-IHA, City llullding, Hidd.ford
treaty woro ahko unavailing with tho
storn man, ho by a stiong effort con
quered his oniotions, and taking up his
money, bowed his thanks and farewell
to his. Into employer, nnd turned to
lonvo tho room. As ho laid his hand
on tho door knob, ho paused and asked
iu a titill fullering voicu, if Air. Curtis ..sjon.
was liitorinotl ot all this. Kind words cost nothing nnd
. "No, I did not think it 1100 swirv totgrufit way. .p
..f : i : 1 n 1 .. ti . 1 . ..I... t i. ..1 ' -vt . 1
niieuu m 11,, numjir, uoaui, ' 101 i. pati
ronsoiuto tliink.it was your first dopar
turo from tho strniglit road ; and
though all business connection bo-1 times. ( 'Europe as secretary of tho representa-
mvuu us una coaseu, yot x woiiiu not j ijui not ovory pain sonti inco to tlio ' tives or somo ot tlio roUollious provin
lniuro your reputation bv revealim? an doctor, uvorv miarrol to tho lnu'vnr. ! mm then molievo rimnlilicM. I F . 1 Ihih
on tho duties of his now place on the act which I thought you would regret, or ovory thirst to tho dram-shop. i lived to sou tho honorable labors of his
loiiowmg xuostiiiy, 110 wont wim a xou will lind Air. Curtis a inoro indul- Ho is not poor who hath a li
light Heart to 1ns old employment. gout employer than tho 0110 you aro I but ho that desuotli much.
leaving; your salary will bo larger' Ho is rich onough who wants noth
than it has boon hore, so that, 011 tho ing.
wholo, perhaps, you aro 110 loser, and j Ho that strikes with his tongue
I hapo for your sake that your that I must guard with his hands.
orror will also provo your last." j To learn the yahto of money, try to
iuuuarti sntuy nut iue storo. un ine t oorrow
a doiigiit to
of somo oininonce, n pqpt, nnd.onco an Y01U) h(Juvtg jn nea,.lv 0V( y Oliso bo
nblo din omatist. enezuohaii bv ..i 1 f.,..i :... r
"VT..I ...... , 1 i' 1 .1... '. ,'.- 'Vi , , 11 1 1 .. 1 1. . . :..t I !'"" unii uuu niuv, oo. uuu
iiiikiiiu uiiius, uuu tuu iywiyi nllve.1i U.l tn, UO OUOWOU lll-j UJIUUI'IUCHI COU1I-
tllo creilit. ; , r t 1 tryinan Bolivar, and, (luring tho wara
Few-of us aro tools iihyyidl sojuo- 1 tir'tho llldflpondeiice, was resident iu
"Unhappy man ! forget not Alonsieur
do Bismarck's boots !" . .,
Tho bootmaker had only that. night
to finish tho nrticlos required .of t him
by this singular ultimatum. At , ten.
o'clock ho closed his shop, aiuVsaid to
his wifo with a sigh:
"Let us go. Vo must slc'opJh:
All of a sudden, in tho middle of tho
night, ho hears barking of tho horriblo
dogs, aud tho voice of young Bismarck,
ciying in tho street:
"Bootmaker of my soul, thy life is in
danger. Think of thy family !"
Tho noxt day tho btudont had his
patent leather boots, and danced liko
Tho samo reckless determination
and unscrupulous audacity in carrying
his point appear in tho charade'iH' of
tho student of Gottingon iiud tho
statomont of Borlin. Couvrier tlrs.
J'Jtatu Uni if. " ' '
Uncle Sam Everywhere. A" soldioi
.of al'erinsy-liraniii reginiont, who was.
.UU Al ..'.1 I ..." . .
wo,inaeti ni-ino uattio ot Ulinncellors.
villo and left on tho liu!d,aftQrwurds.ra
lated his adventures to tho Colonel.
When tho tido of battlo had swepl
past tho spot whoro ho lay, a rebol
soldier came to him, aud. took away
his canteen, haversack, musket, and
noeoiityoinonts, nud finally demanded
.... ...... 1 1....1 1: . T . hid iont mirl l innu il.i., l.n
I l.tuuil QJltinut Uliviuutl kllUi, liwuy lIUIll i wvi,u iiwvn. ivi. villa ukr 4 cuu-
ihomo, Tho boys and girls step out of , syivmunn at lust iloumrreq,'uut"'Wfi&
hit Tin Mill, f.it:.lX 'litiil doniwl tlinir ' forced to Slllllllit. TllOfOll tni fitvullfMl
j time how ? In spending inonoy they
I noyer earned--opening tho doors of
1 eonfectionoiio.H and soda fountains, of
beer and tobacco shops, of tho circus,
tho negro minstrels, tho
Ho did not mention his intention to
Air. Boalo, so tho wcok passed without
Air. Curtis visiting tho store. Ho
hoped ho had not met his omployor,
for Richard had a wish that tho latter
Hhonid not hoar how his troachorous
scheme had boon defeated till tho last
On Alonday evening Hichard knocked
at the door of Air. Bealo's room, and
iu ns fow words ns possiblo requested
tho wngoa duo to him, ns ho was cn-
morrow ho outered on tho duties of
his now situation. It proved ngrcon
bio, aud tho addition to his previous
salary was of great uso to him, biil
what could silence romorso for thq not
by which ho had not only lust ho much
A niodost woman should often nol
thor seo nor hour.
Bells and priests may qalj uthyrs to
holiness, and know nothing of H thou)
aolvos, Iiics havo long logs hut wctk backs.
lieirrii minutri) c tlio 1'pulillli'nnf
nrdont youth largoly repaid in tho ad-',,,! (llU,eo. tho f(,mVfl t,0' Huiiday
vaiicing civithzation of tho inajority of d,.ivo nd tho t.0,,,unv (,f those whoso
fltf, Q.tnfh A niiielf.,1 It Tslntou Itolhlil . . 1 1 y 1 ii it.
stops i a lie imiii on neu in ioriy-npio
tho South Amoricnii States. 'BoIIo'b
Coinmuntary on public law' is known
and appreciated whorevor tho Spanish
language is spokou. His Lathi (irim
mar is also nu adniiniblo text-book.
Amongst tho wtimon of Chili, odu
cation is not so well uttundod to. nor
so widely dibseuiinated as unioilgst the
man. Jn tljo art of writing tho fair mix
iu particularly deficient, tho opUtlos u(
n Chilian lady aj compared with iho
notes vt un (UMiiiplished Luglish wo-
cases out of fifty, tho lustinies of chil
dron nro fixed between tho ages of
oight and sixteen, those foyy yours,
when tho , dovil will pro-ompt tho
precious soil, uii!es tho parents nako
forced to submit.
" Whjjro dp you belojig nsked Ilia
" To Pennsylvania," was tho iVply.
" And what aro yon doing down
hero in Virginia? ...
" Vellr I comes down hero to fight,"
said tho unlucky Buck comity mnn.
"To fight, eh ?" said tho Yirgiujnui
" why don't you fight in your own
State if you want to fight; what busi
ness hnve-you hore in Virginin ?"
-tuo question might have been a po
homo m.)ic nttrnotivo than the streets, ,or for somo, but tho bravo Dutchman
' Vol! T firrhfu mil . trnnl'.iH.ii'rMni-l
-r-UistPi'i's wu nud daughter, who Uncle Sam ho goes everywhere:"
ill'rauk Alootos anecdotes of the
,uo now n their tnens, aro voiy jnter-
rodtiug nud uitoliigent pmsuns.