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THE OE ANGEBURG NEWS
Every Ssiturdifx Morning.
11V T11 K
ORANGKRUUG NEWS COMPANY
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OKA NO K B TU It fi V. H? So. Cn.
Malcolm I. Bnow'iiixfl;
A. F. Buowmso.
AUGUSTUS E. KNOWLTON
(Formerly oi ilie New York Lar.)
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OFFICE MARK.ET-ST. OTEl* STORE OF
THE CNDI'.ltSIONEn IT AS ON HAM)
all ol the various Siz<>-i of the lUtovo t.'aaes,
?v hi oil can be furnished i" nn-JiiUely on up
Also nWnUfnctnrcs WOOD COFFINS as
Usual, and at the shortest hodce.
Apply to II. EIGGS,
mar 5?tJm Carriage Manufacturer.
HEEDER, A DAVIS,
(jener?] Commission Uut'chants,
Athytir* M//<// /,
t'H AKLKSTON, S. 0.
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> II. C. HinmiNs.
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HKrit To Andrew SiaiouiU, Esq.', Pres I
lit National Rank, Charleston, S. f.
may 21 wee If
Mrs. M. W. Stratton,
con nt. a
rfSKEVAlS k ASSEMBLY STREETS
?JOLl'MBIA, S. 0.
Convenient to the Greeiivlll? nnd Charleston
Railroads and the Business portion of
-the City. Rate of Tramncul
Regular Bonrdora received at Reasonahlo
**e I* f
lVrsoiuilsoT I lie IVriotl
Ii Y OltrUKI'S c. KElllt
Jam- usud chmnphcne lo light her fire tin
u\Vc lay her to vest," intoned the pastor.
.Smith li]<-w I lie gas out, cm I ho l>cd he glid
ed to p.
Leaving his family quite unprovided for.
Tq learn if charged, .loncs breathed into his
?H is w ulouuncle .will support Iiis howling
Hi ow n Ihoughl he'd Hil l w it It Simpson's
W ile In lie.
Tlie jiny Mood a dvzon tor acquittal.
'?I'll shave," gnid Knill of woman's rights
the Ion runner.
"TUc razor inusl have slipped," observed
I lie eoi uin i'.
Sti'rs jumped up to reach amoving raii (liir**
A honic a bcrcnviiictit shocking is in llmi
"Tint whi-key one can ?lati l," Bntd Toitip
kins, "try ?h, It I'sl"
Ills sWp is sweet helichth Hie early violets.
Ills shop jylVlft pi.i mi topmost Hoor, did
After the fire lhry*tfdh't count so ninny
.iinkn tried to *top, by hand, a something
or ol bot' in saw.
??My ilmightcr's next shnu*Csnieko|M remark- i
?"l h*rr null Im-< -iii-l.t Wi
A PLEASANT STOKY.
It was n col Inge. I?' n'i 11 11 n e thai
1 ihm't know;. 11 iveu I'I been fliere tu
?_*athcr j*>.-cs and leajil nu'st lawbciiis ?
Su ! it wns n? t a cottage iirit-.t iy theic
was nothing Frenchiiied about it It
was purely A incriean, nml harfboni/.-.l (
sw. ctlv with the delightful sc. m ry. N'.o !
it hadn't a iiat room, mo* a poVlicb :
llUlhil'g el all of the kind. Hut then i
hud rose vined running all over the
win lows, and whole colotii s id' wrens
that lo ill 'their nests and s ing benoetii
its e:.v s To ihe ti.ht was a liiild n
efticer, red with bfossotns : u;i the le*'i
?as Uli uii hard from whence winds
scattered a shower il'bloooj in front
was a green lawn, shaded with sum
massive w.ili.ut trees ; and to ihe rear
opened a hing grass lane ihr? ugh wh o i
the C'.ws walked every nmrning td the
past ut'e beyond, and 10 Urucd at night
1 ktiuw well enough to whom thi.
i nttnge belonged. No, it wasn't to
side ol teacher, n 'V ti pre irher. it ir an
author?tio such thing It was I.h I
by the hand of him wlm owned it an I
and lived in it, and 1 lia.d idW-tys i'd
mitted his e.veclluiit (aste in bluudimj
the mclul w ith the bcantilul. thui-li 1
hud ni'Ycr seen him?my vi?it> baring
Inen to his wife, and dirr'ng hhsnbsenVc
I had learned of him though ; beard
enough to make me iutciisoly curl >u t ?
dee him ; for U\it a female tongue in the
neighborhood approved ol his, wim'.?
'What is the matter with him V I
a.-ki d ; 'is he immoral
'.Not that 1 ku'.w of,' Was the rej >iq
der; but to tell I hi- timh, Dohy, he i
insuileraidy ugly-? his f,<? ? is all scarred
and cicatrized, I should think by tire
and you know it tilwiys makes me
nervous ti look at anything ol thai
'Poor man ! perhaps he g,,t burned in
rescuing some child or feeble woman
fl Oni the flame*,' | Said
'Don't know j never hoard ; Ili'VCI
made inquiries ; you know I hey only
can C to live in ibis lii'lgll'h'id'lftio'd las'
summor, and I never dared ask whal
disfigured him, hut I wi h that you
'1 mil considerably aeqnaif!teil with
Mrs. Winshiw,' I replied'; 1 thought ol
calling upon her this morning ; perhaps
she will tell me without asking.'
?Do; that's a dear good Dolly !'
And 1 did.
The wholo atmosphere scorned redol
ent with ii.us.io and fragrance; 1 couldn't
tell why all the birds bad taken it into
their heads to sing, warble, and build
their nests there; and I didn't know
why it was that the roses, buttercups,
violets and daisies should prefer that
plaeo to tiny other j but they seemed to
judging from tho profusion in which
The wlndo aspect van delightfully
rural and picturesque, nml over all
lingered uii iufluence of quietude and
? narrow footpath, crocked as foot
paths ? nl.vVny nr'c; woimd alo?g ll^jotii^li
tin" l.iVi i), .beneath iho shidows of ?ri:?rit
w'lmiti :md by' this 1 4j<pni4cUi-cl.
entered tin: Rttlc gate, and ascended the
L'niV'dcl walk, -bordere! by bed of
flo-.crs, (u the door, it was open an 1 I
Alone?a serene ninl pcactjful bush
! reeled within The buliny win 1 nestled
ii tho Wraathesfofsnowy ilrapory hanging
at tlie win 1 nv. Where gYe it white and
roil roses bowed their gr?ccful heel-,
and the warm, rich sunlight came in
bright liars ol radiance upon tin' Hour.
Nut quitu alone cither?a cradle was
there : and it rctiilircd no cniijuiiing t>>
t. 11 (hat eiadle had nil lollltltc ? a self
d uiiilied, thoughtful, imperturbable
little baby, whose quid cultriicsH I couiil
not understand. I was wide awake, au i
its great ?blue oj'os staring with in fit til
persisti'iiee tit so.nefl itigj I couldn't Jell
wliui; thru they turned upon mo and I
n tur. od the. gaze. Hut it male no
ditleienee ; the buby had not a Ii ul of j
evil, thought to hide; it was not con
scii us of a sin in w >rd or <!c 1 ; hcucc
ihbcd uiilue m. blush tu th it delicately'
ri nn led ch ck, no lulling to that calm,
quiet eyo, llillpul as a lake in summer, i
SCt'VtiC a.- tho heaven-' in Jlt'lO.
Thcro was a rustle au 1 a flutter ul
muslin, ti n Potiiol of a slight, springy
step, the glimpse of a fairy Im in. ami
Mrs. Win-low stood before me. Sin
was not very beautiful, hilt sparkling
and vivacious, with a glow ol hcahh on
hci' chock ai d it- light in her eye.
The l>ub) lli|d roused m>\\, tu be stiic; I
no more ul its quiet ami calmness, rto
more of its ikoUghttulnct* and serenity i
Its iittlo Ibrui Fairly llut'.ered with joy ;
.t laughed, clapping it> dimpli d Ii tods.
' Vi-u'ie COino to Hay ail il'.iy With in
haven't yon and the baby had Hell
good cujnpauy while mamma wa> ;-.om
hadn't it V si C said ill a lljjht,'chil l Up)
way lb t set olT^thc little luliotv with
n.w ed d -iij. lit
11 er invitation had only secoudeil my
design to rcUIOVC III) bulllicl and man
tiila, while she. sat duU' i 'in tli ? ra ukor
Hid look the baby, we prepared to OUJ ')
the ?.a\ i? ? each other's sue ot.y.
1 ean'i i.-II yon wharf w. talkc 1 about
N'o; it ?;h in t balls, n ir operas
lioi), uor si^'ut-.. N not i neigh or -
.h line tor was disc-tel. No ; t'.IO. iuliriil
it cs of die clergy man were not shown
up. No; not a morsel ol private scaud.il
fus cut and carved. Hut tlio time flew
>\viltly and pleasant!) alter dinner, and
wIlOU the gJ'Cal )?, mid snn Wi- sdllkitiv.
behind tho trees that burned and glovve 1
in the rich, warm light, she came t"
where I wav sit title;; aid With Oll a w in!
laid a portrait in my lap. It was that
of a noblo looking mail, with most ex
pressive and fault to ? features.
1- this your husband .'' [ske 1
?My l.ii-buid as he was,'sheou^wored
with a sigh. ?Vou have seen liim?'
1 replied in i In- n g itive
'Vou will stav with me tin- ureuing . '
1 replied tb it I sli'i'ihl be hm.i.- to
ftirOi his aeiiuaiiiliiiiec, and again looked
at his portrait
lie d e-ii'r look like that now.' she
aio'x-ied. Wiping aw iy a t-'ir; "V-t lie
-a\s 1 e shall ?v t have Cause to IdcSH
die li ? by ?Iiieh he lo-.t his go I 1 inks
bill whieh won for him what he csterin
i d a ihoiisiiud time- more vaiunble.'
?What was it?' I asked, with mi ie
countable dulli ??- ol iinnr 11 ? 11>ii?n.
She pointed arehIt and With i - i.il
to hi i wi ddi ifc i in.;.
?|?o tell me the r\ ; 1 hhouhJ he
delighted to hear it.'
Agiiiu she s uii led, f-aying :
1 do not know that you vx.ll consi ler
it very interesting; however, several
reason* conspire to make me wish that
yoil thoul I know all. and since y Ul
have H?Ver heard, pel blips I may as
well t.-H you '
?< 'etiitiiily, certainly '
') mi see, when Mr. V\ insliiw fird be
gan bis attentions tu me, I w i?u'i .it all
iihjflSLd. lie was li.ni 1-oni ?, I knew
but I bail sot my mind. Vi ry I'm j.
I suppose, o i having ti rich husband
ami ouj that could keep mo ab ivu tlt'j
necessities, ol'woi!.. So I sli lud ami
repulsed him on all oceasi ut", treating
him uot merely with nidi(Tereuc ?, hut
with lictiinl loathing and scorn, fjueh
treatment ouu might have supposed
would have rjjuickly obliienn 1 bj
passion ? on the contrary, however, it
seemed only to increase it.
'About this time I formed the
acquaintance of a city gentleman, whom
rumor reported immensely rich, and
whefo intenfe scllsluicsa w.ih voile I
beneath a manner 6Tthe uttnost suavity.
Iiis attentions to mo were marked, und
mit tu be mistaken?-nod though lie had
ii >t spoken ol' love, Ik: acted und looked
it, ttnd I believed him.
'It was in Oetoher. T think, the
atmos'phcre dry and cool; WUh night
, winds, whoti, tis we were i doming from
a partj*, late at night. I was surprised
and sh ickc.d by (he appearance, in tie
I distance, of a "h ep. red light, tliit
seemed (?> climb the sky and quench the
very stars. A wild and awful present!
ne nt ol' approaching evil at thu s mi
instant em?d my mind.
' 1 i' i h it should be our h iu.se,' I j
almost shriek d.
'Nous, us,?it is much farther off,' !
exclaimed Ihn ton.
'Hut I was not satisfied, find hurried
on Cnjieily. dragging him with me.
?We came nearer, nearer.! My 'ear-;
were all ton true. It, was'Indeed our
beautiful home. Wrapped i-*.me broad
sheet of Smoke and iinine, or with fotkc l j
tongues lapping the p?l rs, au I shooting
IVcm the windows, while nj? al one of
the sky I ghts stood my mother in her
?With cue will shriek [called the
attention of the crowd to hot* situation.
Hundreds uf people I . th'< time had
collected, though chiefly, asnt seem ?d,
lor the gratilie.itinn of curi.*;lv. S one
were running with ropes ajhd ladders, I
others shouting ami giving orders,
which no < tie ..med inclined to obey.
?Mv mothefi my moihoc/ I cried.
'Will no tine go to the assistance of my
mot bei '!'
I'.\ iv moment the ilmnw incrou'ei
with astonishing rapidity, forging;.mi l
roaring like a sea ?f stortik Still 1113
umthur stood there survoyitf? the scene
with the resign lion (d a :i. t*t y:\
'Ihit'imi ! Ihtrtmi !' 1 ?hneked,'for j
God - ?ake Ii : p ??> y ??? ? Jt
'He stood still I iinplor ? 1 and ur ;?? i ,
liiui. At I ngih he turned ; iward me
w ith a frown, saying :
?I cannot iisk my It lo t > save even
y. ur mother.' j
?tiie.it heavens ' and I It iv 1.loved ib's
man.' The th tight rushed sckthiiig 1
ai.d heavy through toy I ri n.
?Ti; r was a shout, nn 1 sel ltnation.
? it - itiee ?d ;lb* ivoi siroiig Words; . out ?
:.? . Vpus ar ii ii ; 1 i laCO I a 1 ol h r. and .1
11 * 1 u.j\ lapi-ily 11(0unt ng on ?
tin. u i. the dense smoke?through sing
ing flumes. Seonh. d by ihe intense
suspense the crowd swayed und .nur
mured like a windswept waye. II
appeared tig 111; I s rw my iiuilher in his
uiins ; I knew lb .1 (die Was s.v. d. Th re
was a crash of the rolif, mioghi I with
wild exclamations j a grcrit mist swath
belnre my eyes j a noise not tuliku that
n| the roai'tug II unes was n m.\ ours,
and I lost the co::seimisiiessiut;?urrouiid
mg idiji CIS
'tis it 1.. cc-.-.iry to tell who t .Was th it
thus rescued my uiothcv'j wh^t emotion
I expertcneed upon It ariag I iW deeply
I w s in lebte 1 to t ;..< 11 .11 I h ol dos
pis .1/ It i- necessary, hew ver, fm
iue t 1 1. II yon that ther ? a: I t lieu he
lorever lo t the goad loidts'whhdi 'yo'u
admire in licit portrait. The clothes
wt re htirtii 1 I: fin hi* bb ly, an I [lie
flesh I Vom i i- ! < it an 1 u k - i ri I ati i
scorch d t I! 1! 1 .-kin - cdicd id have
t he emisi.-teiie) of leather
?lb tri : iherc, my dear,' said a mi
voice at the iloor,'you have tod onoiTgh;
1 t m - Ii lish/
1 Ibo'icd up : a man wa- the- .. ? , 1
who ,? eiiUntetiaii -e there v re ,1. ep
traces iif 1 hi* ii- ry element, bill It ? d do t
look Ugly I . im' at all '. . :i - ? ir ,
seemed r tin r 1 badge of I.on. r. an I ihe
Ver. soul of It titll and unbhj t ? ? '? 1 u ? 1
radiant ly in hi- eyes. His wile pre.
-cute I i.i 11, and as he gaV'O til h - hand,
he said :
I One whom ?iiy dear wile - t em-so
mm h cantiol I..- a straiig'T t ne : and
n w. s 11 ?>? diu h is i ild v ..i p 11 -tor 1
have I- mi a sad u.ivea d upper .lei me
lifll you ihe it l
I fully iissi tit. d.
'Then an I t Ituro/ he b gnu, ? 1 In art!
th-- llames rouiiiig urotiml ihr. and f?di
its tie' t, biuith scorching h \ cheeks
ami seeming to lap up the very springs
of life, bid was conscious of Old*, a gn at
joy nt iii\ licitrt, lot the uu.lher of the
pri/.u on.- was in my arms. I knew
when I touched the ground with mj
precious eht.rge, by tie neelnuiation
1 hit rent the air, but could only think
that I had made her happy, and in tin
bliss nf that assurance lolg t for the
time n v sufferings, the world audevi ry
thing. I I y ill through several we. ks
?through duys and nights ibtil would
have been nilgilislicd indeed hoi I not
j known whose euro if was, tli.it pruvided
everything essential to my comfort; had
not stich ;i ploisant face bent over mo,
such a fiweel voice murmured in my ear,
such a soft hand ministered tomy wants
Never', in the proudest duvaof my honlth
rhad I experienced such exquisite felicity,
ami never in my weakno.-s ; now, when
slip sal beside rufe, When she rend to me,
when she brought mo fruits and flowers;
when shrn she p it her hao I in mine,
und whispered something that would
have repaid sufferings a thousand times
hitler than mine.',
'<?h. William,' she cried, brushing Lo.j
:ho. r > ts ol' hlT hair, -don't ti 11 h"W I
silly and A t-lisll I was.'
It was m iilicr Killiuest mr folly,' I j
cxcluime I, 'but the reward of great vir- i
tue nod heroism. Let him l*o mi ; I am i
deeply nitere ted, mid long to know all."
? I have but littlu moro to t il.' he ro
stimed, '1 ;t when 1 fjrew s'rongand well |
enough to wall; a!, -it. 1 observed that
all tho mirrors had bcou rein ivcjl.
Hitherto, in my deep happiness, I had;
thought little ol the scars, which 1 !
should bavi, known would lofti?e my j
features This?iticidetil reminded mo of I
t, und excitud my curb sity. When I |
ro<|u< itcd ouo tu be brought, s'iq.siii*
plored itin lo ilesisi; now, but. thank j
I; od it di In'l t-imck tnii in the least. I
took her in my itruis ami whispered thai ,
SMico her L a tliful face hiid become
mibe, I saw no cutis ? to r -jvet the l'?s.> I
(if tii" '.11 one; an i Wyill lll't for tilC
world change ''o k ngiiu. Vou lutvcJ
?f. n au 1 loved me now, 1 said, whereas ?
\.iidit't before: ye n know all my dis
figurement, and with it yottr iiiaiiner j
has changed iiiuii'scorn to k'tiln.--, so
I have li t uiu? to mourn for.
'Rv< iv da\ of life has sin ??? c< nvmced
me moo and more that I spoke th
A Queer Coiirlnsioti
Alt V. \1 i.N AND, u'OMirN Ft INI? ":- I.A'II
'I Ii ? Pall M dl nar-jtte i- i uo\ c'hc!
nv r the tiiiesti di whether' ??tiicii mo
more in I ere-?5 itK to men t !i i \\ onPn are
an ! tv ictilver women he i innre i:i woiuuii
to inten -; Hieni lb ih y do in ui nit.'
The tinzettn eines to (he unwelcome
pom lesion that the p'utouded fondness
Ith two - x us for itio another i? thfc
ere it fu'idthientnl hypocrisy ofiho,.raoo
Ii word I bj itulair to droll too much I
on the i ire i ustaneo th i th v make ouo
ii" tie to: - unfurl iLlu in a wuv that
men never make inert, ie r women wo
men taking that fact by itsnlf. J tu
mi if lit he a mere result of their being
different lint a i \ ie\wol the whole ,
ease ii 1- tu est blisli a gcoeriit in ?oni
pal bility between the two. 'j'hings
will b ivo o alter very much it men nn 1
woioeo are to get nlong wi II together,
'I he prileiiee; that they are dying ,
-' ? ; likinr lor wie another is not ouU
not proved if is disprovo-l. No* merely
i? that kiuil of mortality wholly.a! >ont
from I he rciur.iv but utie 11 all these
:. . :, 1 ? i Ii Elliot lift"
V\ 1., ;i yo? <"in :i 'to p-e of their
true luii(U'ueics, it (Mines out clearly
en ugh (huit ihiiij and women are, d on -
lie in it Utes, nude: (mmpu'sion, Ali
kii^ls <il social i-oiitriv.uie -rs h.ivo been
jjieil tho lea! |ilii-poj$e of whi h no n.it- j
ier hyw it iliay be disguised i.< t ? -ep.i
r:ite t e scx?vt, tiud so secure lor eidh
il e pu isuie ol hei i_; ou y in its own
,? . iy. '1 hero ?.- ii ? -ycr ,i ?? men will
imt make to ?et I It's luxu y. JTh \ j
Will Mlppolt th : e i-ll'e-t ft lb. Til 'J
will, sii uk *, i'lev will pre!cud any o i
i i i
? ?I' lecication Ir on end- ii>?wtt to oil
Ii lids, SUOIIC1 tb ii Ii t tu apart iVtilll
Women a pot lion of llie'.i' time, lue
like thin- bo!(Js ilifc lud'es iii the sa nc '
w.\. 'lb- inability of men to sin) at
' in allows tie ir wives t i assemble in i
dial elitbi lif- ffludr Otjru drUiviu^ rooms,a
ami lin v do so. l*'or one cllib till!
m. o have, th.'woiueu have bund re Is ?
jusi as many as I bore lira housi -i.
'1 he iiu:h i-. the tilSlO of the rcxcs
radically differ. At b iiuq feminina
li'iviogs prevails, und th re is no nun
who i- ii >i more or lc.*s aware tluit the
minor nrraiigciueiihi and won 1 irful ami
to him kai peril u us Iii ig re like urmimouta?
t If til id hi> house are not for him uor lor
hi- sex. but for the other. Just as
little can it bo doubted th it im n ami
women dress rieh for their own sex;
thnfril is tho admiration ol their own j
kind not of tlie opposite one, they lay
th m. elves most out for. Men and
Wulm-Ii an. ill a |" rpc'f?ai condition rff
surprise, und scoff ul e.toh others, style,
both always omitting criticism bf their
Conversation equally betrays this
natural npjiositio?. It'llic setfe* had
ii a! respcol for one another! would tlicy
indulge in those uiihcJuYvnofu Oomph
inriits? N*( Itlirr docs it lb thos'fi bf lliclT
own kiiid whom th y lioil?sily like
l'lie ait'.lii-ial style* <>|' talk Willcjl \i the
traditionary* custom of Iliq Sexes i- pi iiit
I v that ol' en at tires who do n<M uiidcr.;t iiiu
each other and have in tit'ml stisj ici'ins.
Ifeuig strange they be! ike themselves' tu
A qualification in reTcijchcc* lo thd
family relation h is to I,e made. Tu a
ma i hi- modln r is nut a woman?site is
a divinity. The like partly hulls in a
girl <>r her- father, and brothers and
sisti rs are ii- t of any feex. fliit cot o il
side yi this, tum sexual mrole, and the
antipathy comes quitdily ihfifplay. Hoys
nearly h : ? girl-, and the fueling is re |
turned. (?!1 men care nothing fdr #o
tii ii of aiiy age, except as n?rst ?', old '
w?men creep t igcther. It is only dur
ing tin: central p ?itiou of life that tlie
sexe- can be said to be civil to one
anolln r. In fact, if nature had not
lorced men and woiheri t<> love each '
other during tlial portion' willy-til!'..
and given thcili tlm't iTicr?dible and
perplexing h:dn > ol* e'iil Ir n. it ;s doubt I
ful whether they wmild have any niu 1
toil liking. Love is all that exist-'1
between th m.
It i> astonishing consideriti? whal a
complete, intricate, long assoin ittoh the
bridging np a family ti?-t u'rmple to.
ill it fhey d> hol I?coftib' naive redly'
intiuiite tii in "^ihey d i ' von in the hr<t
eases. Doubt niay well bo IV.t that !
? here^lirc few hit du ads hm\ wives who
in spi ;,e of all the trials th y have
shared, have nut at the but I on of thVir
!; ait- a sense of grievance Otic against
I; is all very sa.l : hit it can Hot lie
:.. '; ti 1 The ? cm s are a pant d failure',
iml somehow ha- arisen an bnorm nis
xagoeratioti of their liking fh-r one
anotln r. Look at eal n'y/the interest
e od, has f t the oftfe? ;- vv .'.?!',tly la-;
ibg in vi- >al' t, ; it i< filik ? Hi In ol one i
nt I small--a.ii-? love! in f.et; ?
Tin' Only Triii ?.; ? Uhsoii.
siu; oi:: ai;,:> ii::.; i>>: F.r. -
llku iMii-iuAir in i.\'i;.tv j.ul>.::
i:>>0>| IN TUkl \\n.
The TI ei. Tilled e'h Ft. fiot'i r' WJft
the only Imuale who w is ov .,- tnitli'l
into t! e jnystery of l\re<tilthsrniry . She
his hil fwo degrees?the Ijr f ati 1
- c in 1 ?conb rrcd on h r. As it tiny
le interesting to the gnu'eral reilc-, ire
give the - t rv as t ? h >w Ml--* l.'-vr
obtained llns'honor, promising f"h.r ihe
inform iliori c mIVh friuh trie h-s- o'
s.ei:.- -. I D u:era;!.' IMNs St.
I.e. .-r'- (Villi r. a very zealous 71 isrri
heM a Warrant, ami oJc.lsTd ?SlfJ opvl'l
hidge at Donorailb Ii itiK s- :i? aid
smne it t' i 'te lV en Is a> i-tlug ; and i:
isT^sd'tmit never were Masinic dntte
iii ; eng r iVsly ] e **i rated th.iti by the
brethren of No, 11?, the nuiuber ?1 theii
It appears that previous ib th ? it.Hit
t i p of a gentlemeii to the first degr c
? f Masonry, Mis*. St Leger, who ws a
young gnl. 1 .1 pcricll lo he in an ap-^rt
me n't adjoining tlie room gene a ly n?'d
i- a 1. 1 e rp ii, 1 >u* wliedi?T the yolfug
|,-id\ w.i- ihert by de-Ln or inere'y aWi.
Ji'tit, we e;iu|joi e. n'M ntly t'.wts. The
ui at i he (into Was untie gtung ?o no
.' er itipii ; among1 other tilings the wall
w i- co shiei'aliiy redlicell in one pnnl'?>r
t he pur;"-e uf leaking a saloon*. The
y.uiig V.id) having hen I th } voices ol'
l'i ? ? ? t.a-uii i. and being ihdileil by the
eiirioVify iVaitlrd fo'all to see this tev
tery, ?o lon?? llhn JiO secretly 'locke i up
ii oti tie pi.hlic view had ihi' courage
(o pick a biiek limn the wad with her
-i i soi- at d i hu?, w itness ihe two lirst
step- ol ihe ceremouy,
tjtirioaitjf gr.uilicd, I'cjirj at ou<-e < , k
pos-e-riun ul her mind, and llmste who
Uliderstum) lbi?> passago Will know wait
tho feeling ul any peism QlUpJL b? who
could unlawfully bvhold that ceremony;
let. llieui judge what wcru the ^feeling of
a young girl under such c^tradrdinaiy
oiieiunstauces. There was no m ule of
escape except through tho very room
where the concluding part of thes cmd
step was still being sojouuiityd at the far
end und tho room a very largo one.
Mi?? bl l-e^cr had IVAolutioU PUOUgll
to.aituiu.;)t hct; oso.ip? th it v;ay. aul,
with light but treni'diiig step-t. giidol
along unobserved laid her hand on the
handle bF tho door and opened it but
before Irr stood to her disnniy, a grim
tiler with his loug swosd umhoatll
od . . -. ? - :
A shriek that pierced through, tho
apartments alhrnied*tho members of tho
;< id?o w1?V4 all ru-hin.f tothc door, and
finding th if Mis-< Kt..Lej;er hid boon in '
the room durimr the csrehn my, resolved
ii 1 in ill ? pi.oxysru of their cage,
in put tin- fair sp ?clLatrops to dbath, but
nl the moving atfd earnest supplication
f lier youngest brother, her life was
l<m condition of h-T going through
i he two r nia in in ; stop? of tho solermv ?
eere i> >ny she had unluvrfully witnessed,
1 she ejiiitcutaJ to, and thuy eoaduQi
ted the. bemtf.il and tcrrinod young
lady through those trials which aro
- ei.elino - more than en v.igh Car m.tv'u-'
lind ns'-litf ion, little thinking they were ?
kibg itit>? the boson of their craft a
meml-vr that would rjllc't a lustre on
the anna's uf "Masonry.
Miss St. Leger was cousin to ( Joucral
A ilio iy St. Leger who insl.tutcd tho
interesting nee and celebrated T)o:icas
tor S?.. I.c^er ht.il; Inventually she
n.arii.d ILi ? 11 :r 1 Al l.vorth, Ks p, of
Kcwiiiarki t a member of a highly boi
ir.Vbfo and no -i im funily. Whenever a,
b iiftfife irtis gi\*cri fit any o'the theatres
hi Dublin or Cork, for the Masonio fft
inalc Orphan Asylum, Mrs. Aldworth
walked at the head of Freemasons with
apron and other in i j>ii. pf Frjomasonary
-it mi front row oi^ne stage box. Tho
lev.t?. w ii Mw.iys crowd e 1 on these'
occasions. The portrait of this estima
ble woman is in the lodge room of almost
every lo UgQ in Ireland. ' r??ii?
TInj Htm Who lias Not Time to ba
Tito IVstlha'st'cr Geherhl has received
the following letter fTotii a person who
vvds rcc ntlv appointed p istmaster (at a
.-a! try o| > 1 ?_' per anrfutrf) of a town nn
'?t i Ihc -inoral p-..-t master at Wash
iii :t. n f'irty my Dearo friends i hop*
you will n?d rip pint tne postumster iii
this liiVrfc t!6wn i hmiiU got no time 11
fend lo it i stfpjfojfeydti git the paper
som. t. w my friends sent up H-ek^tnin.
1 ii mo In* i hanrit got tim -todothe thins:
h'b ft? It bit too he done In fact i dout
k\ a hardly what is rt tro in to bo done
<e;r shoomak-T would 'be* a Very good
in in only he was fitely square out which
? tirkhovi" ontGiS hi n for the position
Ml u thefe is ceir storefelepcr j'tn H ?
h;r want-- the rTrifilfWfl mightty bad but
is shufti Iis j id itfe a Firing man ji.n B
' dnf !??? i I go-vl wiitin and th its tho
tr able V '-t s o rtiem that wants it done
kn-iw einth to t ?*id it and thrh' their
kWitt dar?- dm: want to take it jim Jt?.
?\ . ra*cd out In the countrey and jo^t
chril? fo town 1 ist wee Ii and don't know
einhffrto5 ? po.4tin-i-:cv but do as y<vt
?r ,K #> ?>: bitty dont a pint nie i hairtH
^.'ot flinvffevoV yi^ir' fr'rtRK'&V.
Is Ifoltlintr a Kiiiid;iy-Xolioi>l ti
l.i Auiuda townsniu, Northuuioer
I tii-1 county. t!t ? l.uth'Tin and G jnuan
II formed dcuoiiiiiiatiii!is,jotntly owu a
thureli and worship in ir. When tils
church wtis constructed an agreement
was it a In b dwci n the two congregations
that nothing bul ? Jivi ne service" should
be allowed therein. Subsequently ?nn
daj sghools were held by the two de
uoiiiiuati "is in i sehn >l hpuso in the
yiciu|ty. The bicihren did not dwell
1 nig tngetlier in unity b ilorc irrecjnciU
blc diib it 'ices nfle !le 1 a, separation, arid
e in- ;ij propi bite I the cnurch
Sunday school sevvifto dd uot como
umb r ihe < !a->.ji atiqn Ol "djvlno sorr
vice" the l\< (ynfl'^d sdc(ao'uioation pro
si luted the Lutlieiaijs. T!i.c Jaw suic
ie?u'led in d.itig..' lluvkfoiie:- sustaining
the tb !i iiil.ititi. 'I lt,e,qaie wa.s .cayrjed
tu toe ,Sui'rcmv <'?.?'r.t, and thMt.tribtiqal
husju?t reversed the, di;c)?&^)U, ^Jf*,tno
WS'* _am* ?
k v ili? * '""i'i'i 1
A N. w Albany man lias two sous amt
fifteen il.uijht, i.>. Ho thinks'oVsijii.
. ? ?tJ> ai a:?i ? m ii
lug a sh rt l.iei .r. iJjxtf
MissCraeie (Mark, of^'lVWafl, lifts b, t
eighteen lovers, aud yet s\u>. m ver saw a,
-stcatnboat in her life. 1
Mrs. JjiusSL, sayii^Jici h a-band is n
three hituded ni.ui?right baud, Ictl
b.oid and a (title pphkid. b^ud.