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AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER,
LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR.
''TO HOLD AND TRIM TIIH TORCH OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS: $2 50 IN ADVANCE,
VOL. 19. NO, 51.
LOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1.866.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE FROM
The Only Place tvurc a Cure can be ob
tained. Dr. Jiilmson lias discovered tlio most
Certain, Hpecdy, nml nnly nfferlual ltcniedy In tlio
World for Weakness nf din llnck or Limbs, Hlrlcliires
An"erllnn nf the Kldi'iy. nml Madder, Involuntary
llisi haro.-s. linpotein) , (ieiicrnl 1'ilillity, Nervous
ness, 1 1 V -eptlii, l.niieunr, l.nw spirits. Confusion nf
Mens. I'.ilpilnllt.ii nl Itie Heart, Tinililliy. 'I reiuMIng,
liliiinrnii.il Slglitor ISiildltieu, Plnnse of tin; Head
Threat. Nnse, nf l:owi la-thote Terrible t)lorilem
i.rlslnj rrnin Pnlii.iry lluhits of Ynuih-seen I ami
solitary practices wore t.itul ti. their victims tlian tlio
on nl' ,-yreiis In tin- Mariner- nf 1,'lis-cs, blishliiig
t In-1 r must brilliant hopes or anticipations, rvtiilvring
marrligo, &.c, impiistilde.
I'sperlally, who have heennin tlio victims nf Solitary
Vice, tlmt ilrrmlfiil ami deitnrllvo habit u hlf li mum
Klly swcips tniin untimely crave thousands nf lining
mi'ii nf llii" inn-t i xiiIIimi talents ami lirilllant lull lleit,
who in 1 ti tit iiIIhtw Iiiim. cnlrnticed ll-ti iilnp Hen.
Men with 1 1 Ilium!, rs nt loipiruie, nr wtike.i ton.
stacy tin; Iltlnii lyie. may rail ulih full cuiil't.lcnce.
MARIS A 10 IS.
MimU'iI pTn:ifi( nr yoiimj iwii rnnfinplatliij mar
rim, ln-liiy mvan; nf pliv-ii-tii wi akiitiot, nrg.imc ik'
1 J I 1 ' (Iflnrilillli f, upT'dlil) ( nr
H' ttlm p'ur h litnittfli' ii.hI. r Urn mm nf Dr J. may
rilnriuiH.y coiitlili In hN Imii'ir us a urnlliMii.in, and
eonfij cutty rrly nnnn ht (.kill in a .liyiriatr
OIUIAMC U KAKNTSS
I m nidll it'! C'lri'rt nml full inr teuton l,
'J hi- ihtrc-HCi;: ntl'-rlhiM wliirlt iniili rs lif mis
(-r.il)lo itnd niarri'iiff iiupostilli'--U Un- penally p.ii,
dy tin; it llmi nf nitptpf'r tmln 1 ire ut Vtniiiy if
Mills urr tnn jijii Kt I'lnumit i-juthm" fnnn not lirtiij
iari iff Ii " tln-mlt'iil mm "(in tin1 that may I'liMii'.
?IA , llO th.lt MMlllTMitU'l tin- Mltijt I t VMll pr ti'lnl to
tali) Hint Mif' pnvtr nf pnu m iti n l Ul finuirr hy
llioai' fid 1 1 is nun iitiprnpi-r fiiiluu th.tn hy Iht pin
dent t liftiivp h i if ilfpru'iti u tl.n pli ii-i.'m-nl In at
ley niTipihn. llii nmt jo'trM!- ninl il nniti tyinp
Jjin.n hoih li i.ly anil minil nrfi. 'I li t1 lciu Im
miles ili r;nv''l, li. pl. Fit-.il ami iml-iiI tl I'lnuU'itii;
ivi'iiH''ti i i ( i'r tn .tiiw pnii. mtik'is i r ri
t iiiiiitv, o"p"p-i.i, I'll pit. iiuMi nt tit ' Mi .irt, ln?:u"
linn. I,n!ititiitini'.,! t) hij , a ,ilin nl tlM I'rauiH
Cotigli, ('(iiinitmptlnn, Ifi cay an I D '.illt
Mrmlirr f tin 11 al Cnli-'S" l Hur-mii, I,omloii,
I ; raihi.itf lmiii mi .f i ii iimmL I'liiiiit'iit ('nil In ih'
I ind-ii rt'dijt, ami iIm- iriah-r part nf w Uw I i T
hi-i li vptlit in t i' liwHpllHl? nl Itim.liiii, I'.irH, I'hlt.f
iN'Iphia, nml rNi'W Iiiti. i in-' ti-il vunn o til'' mnet
n!int IHm i-'in s tli il vviT'i c i r Known; in my trnu
(li .lu titi ni'nn in tin hiii! ami i..r utn:it .u it'p
l'mmI n 'i i'U.ji.'c-, !t. ma iil.irnti'il at .o.ut en i'iim
li-iilifn1(H-K, m ith ficipj-nl l.' ifhiti,', ,iitinl('l nine
linn Willi ik riiiibiu .it ul nun J. crt i iif;i ihintfiil
takt. rAw-iji.AU nin
th J nil tr,l, all tlin,ivho mr mjiifpil lli"in
B-lvt'!" I.j iinpiTi-r iM.itilfrtii-r ami ?nlita-y p.itiit-,
uliid) in n lint li n'y Mi't miiiit. unfit ti its; tin-in twr
i Pli.-r tin -in- s. ptKi i ( 1 1 ty, nr inari la
1 lir-i' S'iuii nf tin fii.l uti I mi I.ti ilifiPy cllVrts
t rn I u i (! I v i .tily Itiiini- m , outli, vi ; liriikmcnf
tlif I'.aK ,nnl l.i.tilte. paiun in i ho II.M-t, I it iiiiii'sft (l
tSulit, I at nl .Mn-riH.tr IWn, I'l'lpil.ttimi n! tlif
lluiri hvpi'pvn, Ni-ii'in iir.ilaliHilv li rjiiirmifut
Kf thi- lu'- tin run. niui-i. tji in'itil Ihltilit). riiip
Mti- nf i wit iii'pti .ii ..
MtNTAi i.v 1 In- f :iil.i ( ir. rU nn ll-'1 piiml nr? niurl)
tn ho tilt'. i h'll I .ik i,f lilfliinrvt 'u'ttUittni n( lui'.,
Ii.'p i niui nt r-iuiil- Kvil Tn'-litiiiii .t Avt mn to
hntc t . ti If liu'iul, l.n nf .u it utl , Timidity.
life some nf Hi I h pfn luri'il.
'J lin.if.in if nl piifMnis o all net' ran now jmitrr
Wll.lt H 111" r.tim- n f Ptir tU'l llUlilR haltl, lifbltlE !h II
ICnr. U i ntuniC Wi ak p.ih:. Iti I mil UU.I fit .llUl-'il,
luiMitH a MMvultir upp'Miai.i ali'iut the ejerf, touyh
hiii! J iiiptnuin nf i'.mi-i'i iiiptmii.
'..! I ivi. Ii ''IT.' t!"i v'ivi '.v a en-tun pi?f!ii' I"
i. nli;u I I'n Im n .il. nn , ,i li uii :t i.i.'iiil Iimiii. .1 Imni
rH i oiiip'liiinni. nr nl ' inn , I'n i 111 i N of v llltll .in
Mj'illy I II vi'nh n iinl". n. a nl. il nut rui... I run
i! ii ni.uriai!ia iiiiinilil ami ilt'tarn: In th iiimu .imt
t. ii.v, vi.imiil nppli iiniii itinii-ly
V li lt .1 iii il- il '' ! man. Hi'" licp" f ,1"r i-1"!"
tv. tin- pinif' nl In- pap u . i""il m.Urli'"l finiu
nil pmp..iii ami i ij ini'iit" nl III.'. I.y tin' imiw
ii.'iicri.t .!(lniinj I'rnni ill" pntli "f mitiiru ami in-
ii. ily nif mac ri.iin mr. t lial it. t'uili pi;tMiiis nni-i.
li. f.nt cum. inpliitin
N. E Cor. Tcnili and Olicstnut Streets.
nilLAPETiPIIIA. Tl": mot fnmpli'ti. anil thoriniglily nppnlnti-il Ilusl
tii'fnr t'liinini'ril.il Cnllppa in tlio cmintry.
'1'Im nnly nrio In tin' tlty pn.i'jlnj! n l.fgl.lnllvo
( liartnr. nml llionnly nnu In tliu Unltml b't,uc autlmr
Unit tncnnlVr Hi-griii'. of Mi rit liinplnma minrilcil
tn prinlmiti's In tliu Cninun'rclal Cnurfc nnilcr its cor
I'orat.. o il liy aiillinrily of law.
Comlntti'il liy Ki iiili'ini ii nf lilii ral nilnnitlnn ami
cili'n.lvi' vjprrlitirr In litig i nu's, nml afr.irilinir line
qnallcil uilv.dicmca for tin! tlinrnnli 1 licorrlit ill nml
pinUknl 'lucallmi uf j-niitiv mvii Inr tlio vaiinus ilu
tn s nml I'inpliiv nl nf IiiiIih' lifn.
i iii'.ijiiv ami ritAt."iii:i: i'oMiiii:n
by a pynK'in nl'
Ai'TUAI. l!U?INi:sS TUMVINO
I'flsinal ami pio-kinliii'iitiy prntllr.il. itlvine 111" ltu
ili nt In tlin tlimtot tlnin a rnnip l.'li' inMilil intn l'ie
pili'iiru nf iici'iiniitii, itrritnki'il ami iiilillnlii.il l.y I Im
pinprn Inr ufthH Inftiiiiilmi i-ji In.ivi ly Inr III-nun
iii. f.ivlinf inin. Iialftiin iinllnnry lalmr nf Hip rt'iili nt
anil Civ In)' lilin u tni.iik'to Kiinlcilb'ii uf th i prarllcu
uf thi lii'tt iucnuntaiiti.
Till!! COMMKIICIAL COURSE
'iolikcupinp Coiniuciuiiit Arithmctic,Peu
niiiTi.sliip , Jiuincs Cdrrcipnndencii,
Coinmcrciitl Iitiw, JioturL'H on
15uinci All'uirn, Oommcr
cinl l'utoms, KortUfj,
nod Actual Uum-
Jllgtlm and the llihrt Vathiwntim, Vhonsir-iphy, Or
namitit'tl Viti.i. fAi Hrl o, 'ttrttiti
Cvttnt'rfeit f7., uy hnginttPi Ar
Xthiiffr, tinti't 'it and
ri;i. m,I' u-iii
Thi artarici'inni.t" lor I rliTrnphiny urt f.ir wire ail-
Miner f , i.yihuu f tlif Mm) i'-r nil rtM l til" pnh
lir. A n'tfiihr T'-h r.i tTt l.nc is i niiin,cii,'l v nil tin;
IiMtlliilnm w iMi tw.niy I'.tml) nlUi-i'H in ,iri(iM
I ai tn nl tti. i y. pi rt puhlit lniii ih-.h it 1 r:i u-a rti-dt
ami in uhli h Hit &,iiii , u nf ilu i.titnl imi aro pr
niiUi'.i tn pun lie. i fyulai ntKt'' priflii'' i'tn hf
h ul in ativ nili'T m Iimil nf in-trut Ii.tn lu co'intrv .
vit!piitt urii h no mil' rati nbtmn a pisitinii ai a prar
tif.il v r.ttur. ttnu in.-n .1 r c.iutinu.,,1 aL';iinti I In;
ih'C 'jiti 1 r-'pri''iii.itmtM of ih.i' kVln, wuhmit any
kuiIi f tcihti (, pi ti:ml 1 .u-li IVIi'r.iphni';.
TIiij Iti-stitulimi is now mijojius tlif 1.iryt'5t pilrnii
iron.ijf tvi-r h'-t-iiAfil upon a'tv Cnnimpri-ial fdionl 111
tl't-m.uc. Ovrr ti v liiirmri! .t'iiiuiil- wcrriu ntti-n-tlanri-lli
li t)i,ir nml unr m vi'ii huinlr'il iltinfic
tip- pio jfar I'ht' ti.i- nf nimlmiN may inva
ri.ihlv h. fun 11 it l.no, mi I .ill it- km-mi latlntm uru firM.
1.0TI(iV AMI AiCOMMdllATIOVri.
'I hi-lu-tiluiiun lni;tt"il in tin-iinci rfiilrnl part
r f tli 1 it v. am! 1 1 - " m l.itinn lor rt"iit 1 h'-
(i.ttiiv .unl fv .-11,1 m , urn iiniirp,i m-il All III"
rnmiii h iv- h-'ii lit ic.l up in tin1 x fry h -et hlj lo wlh
i;i!rjii.H- onn'i:s uit ctiiTis3 nut;st:.
TUM.itu nrrifi:. sTATioNAitv c-toiii:,
AMI It ti I All
uiaimiam.fiim u mimjwimmm HumtULilvjuiiMjLrjwvtmy ftunuuj'ijiim i joi.iuwiejiwjjiiiujawxilmHjiLULiJUj.lliJiparT
lovely, every one- Bays. T.-tko oaro that I Eloped I Every one was shocked of
VUUAJKMMUHUmtLrMM iJHJ ML 'III 1 ti nwrtt;
Home and Friends.
Oh 1 thrro'i n pntver to mnko onclt Iioitr
A men at heaven (!ei?iicil It ;
Nor nrml n roam, In hrlnj It home,
Though few tlurc ho that d ml it.
W c ecik too hish for thlnps clone by,
An.l loio what nature pavo u i
l'nr lift hath Imro no cliarin. no dear,
As homo iiml friend around us.
We oft dnstrny tlio prctnt Joy,
And future hop, nor pralm thm,
While llnwrrs as sucnt bloom at our feet,
If we'd but jtnnp loralsc Hani.
Tor tilings sn fair still crcntir nru
When youth's bright spell hath Imuii I u ;
Hilt soon we'ro taupht that earth has naught
l.lse li oiiic and friend arnuml us,
1 he friends lint peed in time of need
When hope' I.1I reed l slinkeii
Do show us still that, e'uuo ulnt will,
We are not quite fornaken.
Tliou','11 all were nljlit. il nut the lliilit
Prnui frilmislilp'K altar rrnw nml us,
'Tnnuld proie thehilsi nl enrth was this
Our hnme uml frietnU arnuml m.
THE REWARD OF PATIENCE.
l'.Y MY CAHI.ETOS.
'And so your are really going to bo mar
Li'ali Ivirke looked upJYoni her work
it v'at her own wedding handkerchief phc
was embroidering with a happy light la-
tlinting hrr dark gipsy face. Leah's wann
est friend flevcr went so far aa to call hor
handsome ; tint the little brown :i9ie was
always so brightly, frankly pleasant, that
it did you more good to look at hr, if jou
bail any fonse, than it would have done
you to gapo at all tho beauties in Ciroa-
r fleet tli.it a sound iniml and bn I.v are the mot necs-
r.i j r' 'Uiitea 1 1 ni.te eiiiimiliial liaipim'ti In-
Ce' il, v.iil'uiit llne tliejnuin.y tlirmiiih life beeoinea
H,...rj piK'iniilife ; the pm-peil lin'lily iliirkeii. lo
tile lli'W. tlieuilllilbeCl.lll Rlnil.IWt.-il Willi Uc-pair
null tilled villi il"- iel.iuili"ll) r.'lli'itliui t li.it 111-; ti 1 1' -(uiii
,s nf mi. 'lie i b.-ei'iii' e liliahieil with mir own,
Offici; 1 tSomt IrcdnicU ft'tru',
efi band ni'e piiu? fro u r.iliintnre siieel, a fe donn
nnu Hie tuiucr. l'ail nut t" ulifori'. name and limn
'':7" .V" litleif reeeh'-'l I'ul"" p.xipii l and cmi
taiuniC ii imnp to be uf d '-u H' r ply. I er.-.ous
w riilne nboiild t.ni lice an.l m ml porliuii uf advertise-im-iit
dereril'in i-in tutus
J'hc lle-tur s lllplouio batis in Inr (d!i''i:
JintforscmciU o) I'm l'ru$,
. ,i .... c'irv-1 tin. eflaldli-linient
The inmy I U- 5 c u ni m.-jiumernu. ini
witliiu the l.t.1 twenty -' ' u , v., .,. juimi
. ... ... .... i. r. In. i-uli n. Le.iili'l. Ill I'lllii."'- "7,
r,.ntl'eiiiKii " tr.i.i r uml ri-.iiibiiliy, M
ti.-nt eu.ir.inty to Hie u'.liu...!.
Skin nhi'ifis .Vrc 'lire I.
April 11- -iy
READING RAIL ROAD.
Ovcat Trnnl; Linn From The North
or ri vin'' nt Ne w Y.'rk nt 5 h nnd 10 00 A. M and .113
Smi I III'".", l'. M. .'"iiiie. mm w HI, similar Trams on tb"
)'l'11iiIvihiiii Km llnail ; Mi epiiiB -
!.. ' . nli ii n.'i A. M Trains, w tlmut chance.
, avi-'ll.irii.tiirs Mr Keadiue, rottr Hie, T.nna'pi.i,
..i.. ii,. A.i.i.,,,.1 I'm.. Crnve. Alii liluw ll, mid
. ,, i, iViin.nt -, as A M. mid 1 4.-. mid U ml HI, t"P
mill! at l,i b.iii"ii ,iml nil Way Malioiis ; ilu '.U 1 . il.
' Vmii iiiaKiii'' im il.' ' eiiini'i'li'in fni 1'i.lt .ullo nor
TmSmX l'or I'n.t.ile. 8duvlk.ll ll.ivi-.Miud
Auburnvia niliuylMII '! Sus'iuihaiiua Kail Kuud,
leaie llarri.ipni! ai I.IIU I' M. . .
lli-liiriiini! I Leave Xrn-Vork lit (HiO A. M. l.t.
no. t. ail! MflJ IV M. ! I'liiladelnliu at 1 "0 A. M. ... d
J 30 l M ; rmihviiu- at M A .M. and 2 I; I' M .
Aflilandt.lmi.l II ' I'. 11. Taiua'pia
ot 7 MA. .M, nml 1 1" f- M. ,
l.euvu I'nllHV illu (or Auiii-burs, vil Hchujlklll an.t
Cu.iui hanna ti.in ""' ' ,- ' '
" ' d' Ill.I'llSli' AM) ISrMM:,
r-iippli'-d Willi I'm' ly eui:r.-ieil liili.;'r.iiliie iinle;. used
iih .1 . lu-ill.itl 'e .uei'tliltn llltlle II, p nil. ii ul .if Aelil.ll
'i'ii VOS''CrJ ,t5IiiT
v.h i (Ii-hiif- Hie wry h tt f.iul'H fnr ;i
rnifiU'Mi Kduraiinu for liustiuss,
i L'l.'irnn .i i-Miirff nf inrmMin:! ni n'i T'1 ('Uf
Mm .11. ii. u InV it,- r1 piit.ili uT uml fi.imhiiL' of Hit'
Invliiuiiiiii ; nioit liu-ini nn-u in tku iu i'inlcirM-
Cll ll' I'll lift.) ft. 'I'M t til Ml' ('I ft 11 ll ail va IK i III' II t.
A A i mil pipl.ttriir i If nn.' an) i 'niinm ri ial foil. ,;',
nr iu i't .. m -' 1 1 I'm' an I LI.L S I'liATUl)
(illU'UhMt AND HATAliUGUH
CDIit'tllllif. ftnil .1 I' lllti"nr vi. Ws uf Uk tJolli'izc,
an.l lull p.uln ul.ir nf the luutM1 of inflmrtimi
5, FAIUBAMC-l, A- ."if .
i.ilTeiiiln r .iii.I s'upt nf Ollicu li'l'iness,
Ni v 4. l-i.J Ii' in.
I'AriT.Ui AM) Sl'KI'UIS,
a .- .-,r t u .
(orI( nnt eilletl in,
lllllii ree. U .ll'le. .....
It. !i. .1 ill Hull Is,
Teinp.irnr. mid call li.aii"
IiKl Ji.ir . U Hiiniuir llniik Shii-k,
,1ii i-lian-s l''irt Nniu'ii.-il llaiiK il Wilks-lliirro.
hue Ir'.ni C''nl and nlliers
Cash in limnl ami Hi ll.iuk,
you don't fall in lovo with her, sir, when course, but no one was very much eurpris
she comes 1 0l, I am afraid somo of poor Jieah's dear
'No,' Mr. Gordon said ; 'elio inny bo ns five hundred friends wcro Inwardly dclight-
boautiful os Vnus hersolf, nnd I shall not cd while they pitied 'lht poor girl' from
fall in lovo with her. While I havo you, the bottom of their hearts. It was shock
my darling, 1 can bid doGanco to all tho ing, certainly j a bridegroom eloping with
beauties in tho universe.' a bridesmaid, but bettor sure to clopo three
Perhaps Mr. Gordon thought he was dayshoforo marriage than thrco after.
telling the truth but just at that moment The newspapers chronicled the event far
he did not lovo her. The radiaut face she und wide, nnd the marriage which follow
wore showed that she believed him nt least, cd : and Leah Kirke, in her own quiet
and was for tho timo being very happy. room, read it all. IScad it, as girls do
'I am going to tho station at five o'clock,' road such things when tho man they love
Leah 6aid. 'I fupposo I inny count on aud havo trusted betrays and deserts them
your escort there ?' Road it, with mute, womanly paticnoe.that
Mr. Gordon signiOad hit willingnass to is dumb while the heart is brooking, and
escort here there, or to the cud of the that only shows itself in thu whito face nud
world, if sho liked j and they sat talking haggord eyes, nnd lips that forgot how to
together while the summer afternoon woro smile. What she lelt in thoso fir.it few
on, of the future, the beautiful future, that days, what she suffered, uono hut Heaven
was so very near In the yellow afternoon and herself ever kuew j but sho came out
they walked togelhor to the depot, and of her solitude wasted and wan, the shad
waited while tho passengers eauio out for ow of her former self, and 'took up tho
cousin (Mara.' burden of life' again with tho sune un
'There 6hc is I' was Leah's cry, prcs- complaining womanly patience. She was
cntly. And Mr. (iordon taw her dart foi- 'Luah tho Forsaken,' indeed ; pitticd by
ward and rateb rapturously in her nrms a hor friends, sneered nt by her enemies, bo
young girl who had jtist nlighted on the trayed by themau sho loved and the coue
platform. A very pretty young girl, too in sho trusted ; nud it wos all very hard to
one of the prettiot Ralph Gordon had bear, and people wondered how she could
ever seen violet-eyed, golden-haired, and remain so quietly at homo nnd endure it.
cherry-checked who looked up in his face She smiled faintly when some one told hor,
with a gleam half snuey, half shy, and and looked nt tho speaker with sad, quiet
wholly bewitching. How pretty she wis, eyes
this little Glnra with the golden curls I and 'I havo only been unfortunate,' sho said,
how her fresh, bright young beauty con- 'I havo committed uo crime; 1 have wrong-
trastcd with tho dark plain faco ol Leah, ed no one ; why then should I fiy 1 I have
his plighted wife ! learned nt least in my humiliation that
Cousiu Clara was a groat talker, it np- 'There is a lovo that never fail?,
'Really goitiu to bo married I' tho old
man ropc.itcd ; 'in three weuks, your moth
er said I think 1 '
Yes uncle,' Leah nniwored, blushing
beautifully ; 'In throe weeks I am to be
'And to Rilph Gordon ?'
' Yos, uncle.'
There was a long pau?c. Tho old man,
fitting with his hands e!aped on the head
ol his eano, sat and looked at her through
his .tecl-riuuned spectacles with a solemn
ly prophetic fuctf. Somethiug in that fore
boding face made the girl uneasy, and .she
stopped her work and lonked up at him.
'Uncle, what is it '' she said ; 'wbalitie
you thinking of with that grave face V
Thinking, dear, how sorry I am. fjr
'Sorry V Leah etied out, her face f!uh
ing, 'Sorry for mo ! and I think I am the
happiest girl alive !'
'Yes, )ou think so; but you arc a girl
of nineteen , and I nm un old man of filty
five, nud we see Ralph Gordon with dif
i fet't nt eyes. 1 know him better than you
aim! f'l au( te" vou 8ga'D. '"J ''lt'c ljeat') I
..-(iiml Vui'iiijl Hunk at U ilkes Harm. T.mi'l n. onrrv for vnn '
u Ilkcu-Uiirrc llridgu Stock, . . i'.j-n J you.
p-'artd, nnd chattered like a magpiii all the
way to tliehou'e. It was ralhcr silly,
perhaps, for school girl tattle : but any
thing, the vilett nonsonse.must havo sound-
od sweet from such sweet lips. It may be
that Mr. ll.ilph Gordon though so ; for ho
was very Mlcnt, and listened to nil the
loo! i.-h, girlish talk ns if it were the wic-
dom of Solomon.
When earthly loves decay.'
Tell them to let mo nlono ; I shall not
die of a broken heart.'
No ; sho did not dio. I supposo thero
is no such thing out of novels as dyiug
with brokeu hearts, else the half of us
would havo been dend long ngo. Leah
Kirkc did not die, sho lived a very quiet,
unromnntic, useful life, tloing good nud
n. v. noi. u:ii.ck,
joiin iti;it ii.Miii.
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'im,.. nfm. .,:,, n.i.. :,.i iiniiinc iricnas wucrexer snc went. juc
wasnvcrv nlensant week to all three. not tho Lenh of other dnys, with
They never seemed to bo apart all the lone ,bo ckar lau''' ll,c b,iBllt faee' and nu'r
pleasant day, riding, or walking, or driv j'3st- S',e was a (l1,iet rave W0,I,an
me : and in the moonlicht cveninus. sail- a11 at oace vory thoughtful and tender to
?n,. onri .in,.in nml tiini, ii,, .i,tnir I others, anil very pitiful to poorliuman
'"b ""6"'b "f '""'' ."V, .UtlJMIg - .,-,, ,y
tin . e i i wnnirnise. ns i n. vvnn i nun fi i .u
xvuen it raiiica, tur. uoroon lay
on a sofa at his ease and read, while the
girls sowed, Owen Meredith's poems, or
MUs I3i'nddon's romance, Cousiu Clara
could play and sing too, to a eharm ; and
altogether it was a very dolightful time to
all tbrco. Usually, the third person is in
the way wheu two pcoplo expect to get
married in a fortnight; hut it did not seem
so in this case. Pretty, hln'-ycd, golden
haired, losy-chcekcd cousin Clara was
weakness, as thou who have Eiiffjrcd deep
ly aro apt to ho.
It wns hardly possible to forget, hatdly
possible she could fail to desire to Lnow
something of the life .Ralph Gordon led
with his wife. That knowledge was Leah's
revenge, if ebc had ever desired revenge
Mrs. Grundy declared, of nil the mad and
ill-sorted unions that ever made men nud
women wretched, thero never was any
equal to this, lie had married a doll an
insane, silly, and frivolous, foolish flirt
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July 15, 1H.5.
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lo render t.,iiii.Kli.ni to 'II i;uen.
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be.l the inaik.'l allords fi"ii.l (Ublius ler hore,and
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GB0P.E (i BAGDAD
Skylight Picture Gallery.
IS Tlin CXOilANiiR ulock,
t-stfin.n t im:- i
e this is unjust I
know against him ?'
'I know him to bo unworty of you
mentally and morally. 1 know him to lie
a shallow selfi-h, indolent Rroadway loung
er, with a foul incapable of soaring above
n One suit of clothes, a good dinner, or a
choice eigar, A very fine fellow for some
girls ; but not the man, Loah, not the man
to make you happy V
Leah Kirke listened with nn incredu
lous little sonic. Slic had heard all this
beforo ; but what was the use of talking to
a girl in lovo ! The claimer of a pair of
dear bluo eye?, of curling brown hair, aud
a smilo was upon her, and outweighed ton
fjld all the arguments of wiso-ncres, Leah
Kiike was in love, and of course was
blind and deaf to everything but tho faot
that her darling Ralph was tho tcsf, and
dearest and handsomest fellow in tho
Sho saw him coming through the bluo
twilight, his oigar alight, while uncle Reu
ben wns talking, and tho rosy light eamo
brightly into her dark faeo again. Undo
Reuben saw him too, and arose lo go,
'Good-bye, my child,' ho said; 'it is
worso than usoless talking to you now, 1
know ; but don't let lovo run quito away
with your common sense Try and see
Ralph Gordon as wisur people boo him !'
'Aa wiser pcoplo seo him I' Tho girl
looked up in tho haudsonio face of her
lover, and could seo nothing but what was
bravo and manly, and good.
'I havo auoh goods news, Ralph,' she
said. 'I have had a letter from cousin
Clara, and sho i3 coming to-aiorrow in the
'Indeed t and who is cousin Clara, may
I ask V
'Why, the cousin you havo hoard me
spcok of so much Clara Mastbrook. Sbo
is jufct home fnora cohool, and is porfectly
never in tho wav Ralnh Gordon was
strannelv anxious aud distant when she n,)t c,,0USh "-"pB licr
was absent, and had contracted an impa- SooA name' lVrs- llalPh Gord,m was t!,at
tient wav of watching tho door when she most P"'" of creatures, a married
vas expected. Ever one saw how matters U,rt atld Mr- 'i1'1 t,orIon wa"' whl ho
stood, but Leah poor betrayed Leah I
who was blinded to everything but her
own perfect love and faith
They ware sitting together out in tho
moonlit porch one August night those
ll,tnn ,, r, ,, 0i, n 11 .ilnnl nn.l I 1 1 ,1 ., n I. f Ft , I
lllll.ll UUI'UI.,. M , 1, .t,'MUU..U.,
deserved lo be, the most miserable of men
so, while the quiet months of tho third
year woro on, ami Jjeau Kmc nau loiioo
calm content onco more, she heard omin
ous stories of blue-eyed oouuiD Clara aud
her uuhapnv married life. She sat in tho
all. How well Loah" remembered that olfl )or'!h "e olher August night, think
night iu tho nftor years, so loveless that
night when the first shadow fell,
'How silent wo all aro ? Ralph Gordon
said, routing himself by an effort from n
fit of muiing. 'What shall we do to kill
timo ? Let us go to the theatre V
'No, no !' Loah said, 'not to-night. I
do not'liko the play I'
'What is it V cousin Clara nsked, look
iug up from the rosa sho was pulling to
'Leah, the Forsaken !'
There was a blank pauso, broken nt last
by Clara's singing 'Kathleen Mavourneen.'
Tho mournful melody floated out ou the
night air. sweet and sad ns a funeral hymn,
'Oh, do not 1' Leah cried out at last ;
'do not sing that song I It gives mo tho
heartaoho so hear you. What's the mat
ter of us all to-night V
Sho looked wistfully at hor plighted hus
band ; but he was watching tho fair face
of the singing, and spoko indifferently.
'You havo tho blues, I supposo, ma
chero, Chwa, you will tako cold in this
uight air, conic into tho houso and sing
Pretty cousin Clara was always ready
to obey Mr. Gordon ; the ttio adjourned
to tho drawing-room. Leah took her sow-
ing nnd sat down at the table, Clara seat
ed herself at tho piano, and Mr. Gordon
lay ou tho sofa, nnd listened to tho sweet
voice of tho singer. Hut tho music could
not charm away the shadow of what was
at hand of what was to coniu that night,
ing of them forgivingly and pityingly, aud
of that other August night when they thre
had met for tho hut time. She was think
ing of them aud. of hemel!', thinking how
old and worn she felt at heart, low us her
years had been, when a shadow canio he
tweeu her and tho moonlight, and a tall
man stood beforo her. She uttered ouo cry
she roso up her faco whitening as she
lookod at him, ghaitly as a walking corpse.
"I havo dared to come to you, .eah,"
he said, in a voice that did not sound like
tho voice of Ralph Gordou, "because I
am such an utterly tnUerablo aud degrad
ed wretch that even you can pity and for
give inc. 1 am leaving tho country to
morrow forever, and I como to ask oua fa
vor of you beforo we part for life."
"Leaving tho country lorcver," Leah
gapcd ; ''and your wife !"'
His ghastly lace seemed to grow ghast
lier in the moonlight at that question.
"Mvwifo has cone boforo mo. She
eloped once with me ; she eloped yester
day with another man. I don't know
whero eho has gono, and I don't care, but
tho child sho has left me; it mem not go to
perdition after its pironts. Will you take
it, Leah Kirko, aud givo it youcname !
They call it Clara now. lou women are
either augels or devils ; if you aro the
angel I think you aro, you will do this act
of mercy for a desperato inau.1
Surely this wis Lonh's hour of tri
uiudIi I Surely, too, Ihero are women
who aro angels, Sho looked pityingly,
tenderly, up in his faee with tho faithful
dark ejes ho remtraparflu jso well
"Fetch Clara's child to mo, Ralph,"
sho said swoetly ; "I shall pray for graco
to bo n mothor to it all tho days of my
life. No (Jou't thank mc ; I nm lonely
here sometimes, and the little ono will bo
the gieatost blessing to me in tho world."
So a littlo-bluo-oyed fair-haired baby
eamo to brighten Leah Kirko's somhro
homo whero for twenty years, no baby
laugh had ever sounded. A liltlo living
treasure, that brought tho old bright etnilcu
hack to Leah's dark faco, and the old
happy look with her grave dark oyes, A
new Leah, who grew up as fast as tho
years rolled on, into tho loveliest little
roic-bud tho sun ever shrino on, with far
moro than hor inothor's .beauty. Of the
frail young woman sho nover hoard; Leah
never heard either, but hy-and-by, whon
sho was initiated into tho mysteries of pot
hooks and hangers,sho read aud answered
the letters her father sent ; letters that
eamo from tho Jar-oiT shores of Spanish
America, whero tho father sho had novcr
seen was diligently making a fortuno for
They sat together, these two Lenhs, in
tho old porch, watshing tho summer sun
set. The calm years had changed Leah
Kirkc very little, only tho brown, tranquil
faco was far swoetcr than it had ever been
in her careless girlhood, Leah Gordon,
ight years old, and lovely as a vision in
whito and blue, leaned against her knoe
and lookod wistfully at tho radiant sky.',
"When will papa come home, mamma
Loah 1" sho asked. ''Hois nlways ciy-
ing he is coming, but he never does como
Even ns she spoke tho garden-gate
pened and a man walked up tho little
path, A man bronzed and bearded, and
stouter than of old, with silver threads in
his hair and crapo on his hat, A man
not seen for eight long years, sunburned
and changed, but nt sight of whom Leah
Kirko rose to her fact with a cry.
"I havo come back, Leah,' ho said,
holding out his hand, ''to atone for tho
past if lean. I come back an altered
man, looking to you for tho only happi
ness this life can givo. Leah, my dtrling,
will you forgive tho past, or will you send
mo away ?"
"Clara," Loah said, whito to tho lips.
He pointed at the mourning.
"May God forgivo her, as I do now,
Oh, my darling ! my wholo life has been
a mistake. I do not descrvo it, I know ,
but surely you will bo my good angel as
you have been that of ray child. Let mo
givo her the right to call you mother, Loah
let me make you my wife."
She laid both her hands in his, with a
smilo of perfect lovo and faith. All thrso
years of patient waiting rewarded at last
They Wish to go Home.
Tho New Haven (Conn ) Register re
ports tho cases of a number of negroes
who wish to return to their old homes iu
Kentucky, but cannot raiso tho means.
The Abolitionists, tiuo to their old prac
tice are willing lo subscribe money to se
duce tho negroes from their homes into
penury, but are never willing to send thorn
baek. The Register says :
The public havo not yet been informed
what has beoomo of tiioso thirty 1'rcedmon
in New Haven, who, after serving
faithfully in one of the Connecticut
On His Muscle.
Thomai Topham, tho 'strong man,' wss
born in London in 1710, and wos bred a
oarpontcr, but afterwards 'travoled on his
musolu.1 Ho waa a quiet, peaceable man,
of middle aizo and weight, uiado like oth
er men except that tho ueur.l cavities un
der the arms nnd hands wore, in bio esse,
filled full of imuolcs. The wonderful
stories of his feats of strength aro well
Ho could hold undor perfect restraint,
and with case to himself, tho strongest
horso. He lifted a table six loot long, with
fifty pounds on tho end of it, with hit
tcoth, and held it in a horizontal position
a considerable timo. Ile rolled up n pow-
ter dish, weighing e7en pounds, with os
much apparent easo as tho reader would
roll up a sheet of paper. Ho hold a pew
ter quart pot at arm's length and squeezed
tho sides together like an egg shell.
Ho lifted 200 pounds with his littlo fin
ger and waved itgently around his head.
He lifted Mr. Chambers, ,a clergyman,
who must havo lived on the fat of tho land
for he weighed 374 pounds,with ono hand,
Mr. Chambers' head being placed on ono
chair and his feet on another. At a blow
he struck a round bar of iron one inch in
diameter, against his arm and bent it liko
Ono night, observing a watchman asleep
in his watch-box, ho pickod up box and
watchman, carrying tho load with the
greatest ease, and dropped them over ihe
wall into Tindale burying ground.
A butcher ones passed a largo window
at which Topham was sitting. Ho stooped
down and took half an ox from tho fel
low's shoulders with so much easo and
dexterity that the man sworo the devil
had flown away with his beef.
At a race a man insisted upon driving
upon tho track ; so Topham took hold of
tho tail of Lib cart and drew it gently
back, tho driver whipping tho horeo like a
madman all tho timo.
Whon ho kept a publio houso two mon
were determined to fight him ; ao, to sat
isfy them, ho seized them by tho napes of
thoir nocks, and knocked tbeir heads to
gether till he knocked all tho fight out of
tho in. .
Ho astonished a. Bailor who presented,
him with a cocoa-nut, by cracking it close
to his car as you would a pea-nut ; and
upon one occasion he lifted three hogshead
of water. Onco ho threw his horse over
a turn piko gate, nnd at any time could go
through the manual "of arm? with the
beam of a house.
colored regiments, find thomselves in
our midst, without money, and with such
poor pro.poet of getting money hero,
that they want to be taken back to
old Kentucky the State they came, from
to spend the rest of their days near
their old masters. They appealed for help,
through the newspapers ; has it yet beon
responded to ? It is ceriainly a remark-
ablo oircumsftneo that, in a community,
which is sending off liberal sums almost
daily, to tho missionaries, or bureau agents
down South, for them to die'iibmc amons;
the freeemun there, what remains after
paying the missionary and agent's naia
des, that no less than about thirty freod
mcu from a single State, should ho unable
to get money enough hero to carry them
homo, without such an appeal as tho work
and aid agents make in their behalf. Why
is it, that the treediueu at our own doors,
should not bo as promptly atsiated, as
those who live a thousand miles off, or
away down in the Gull'States ? I it that
tt preferince iu Mich charities, mut nl
ways bo given to those only whero Ihoro
vre salaried officials to get a living first,
out of what is contributed, aud that all
oihers must shift for themselves 1 If so,
what is to be tho result ol it ? Tboie
thirty Konttickians, in a single town, aro
not tho only ones who waul money to go
to their old homes but it is fair to infer,
that tho colored natives of other Southern
State, aro more numerous here, than thoso
from Kcnttiokv i and what is true of New
Haven, tells the dory for other towns all
over the BUfn
Swapping BABiES.-List week a etrnnge
woman with an infant in her arms, entered
a houso in Boston and askod leave to stay
awhilo, ns sho was wesk nnd tired. The
Indy of t tie homo went to gt a ghsa of slo
for the s'ranger and on returning fouud that
her own infant, which she had left nslcop
in tho cradle, had been taken away by
hor visitor and a negro baby loft in its
stead. Nothing has been heard of the
woman since, and tho affair creates great
excitement among the interested parties
Too bad 1 How conld any woman so
far forget herself as to leave a nieger bab
in a white family in Boston ! Aud yet it
is all right. Boston is thchoaven for nig
gers. Massachusetts is the elysium for
tho dear cherubs. A nigger baby is not
so bad after till. 13ostou would swap the
Goddess of Liberty off for a thick lipped
wench and of courso it would be glad to
change white babiei for black ones! 'Tie
true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'lis true. Let
tho nig. bah. be cared for. Namo him af
ter Rcast Butler, Potash Anna or Sumner,
who went to France to have his baok bone
soraped down instead of strengthened up
'J'eaoh it to follow tho cxaniplo of Butlor,
Sumner and Anua Diokinsori-build it a
oradlo in Fnnncul Hall , kiss it for iifl moth
er and tell the traitors all around you
that a olnld U given unto Boston! Wo
should not wouder if Massachusetts should
by law seek to make out that it is of di
vino orgin, aud worship its advent as tho
coming of Messiah! God bless tho lltt'o
niger baby? Let it bo adopted in tho place
of the boat load of poor white girls sent
off to tho Pacific Waddle it aud swad
dle it for great is Masaaohusctit and tho
nigger is its prophet.
La Crosse Democrat.
During tho war, an excited orator
on the ftuinp said that the women of tho
country would churn out the public debt
in a few years. Judging from tbe prico
of butter thoy havo cotntnenotfd upon thu
SuyDiffcreut sounds travel with differ
ent degrees ol volooity. Call to dinner
will run over a Ion ncro lot in a rainuto
and a half while a summon lo work Hilt
take from fir tn ten niinute'.
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