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JOHN 11. OBERLY, EDITOR; .
U1KI3T1AN (JilOIKJIl-Klghtechth street
between Washlnitton and Walnut.
I'ronchtuj; every tlilnl ami fourth Sunday
mi ml ay miliool nt U . m.
l'rayer meeting Wednesday eculnp.
K 11 Tkimiili:, lator.
l'RKBU Y'l EltlAN'-Elthlh Street.
reaching, Habbatb at 104 a.m. and7t p.m
l'rayer meolhe, Wodnotiday at 71 H. m.
abhalh School, i! p.m. J. M. Latisdon, Su-
.crimruuem.. imv. ti, tiiayxi:, I'Mwr
IIKTUOOIBT.-Cor. Llghth atlU Walnut Sts
I'rcaehlni;. Sabbath at 11 a.m.. and 7 t. m
l'rayer incotln;;, Wednesday,! p.in.
Sabbath Hchool, 8. p.m. 1.. Yv . Btlllwell,
riintrinicuueui, HKV. .i. l. wai.i.kk,
llUUUIt OK Till: UKI)KlClli:il-(Kplfco-i
Morniiij! prayer. Habbath 101 a.m.
Kvenlni; prayoni. 74 p.m.
subliutli School, ti a.m.
llitv. (.'has. A. C. ii.nr.liT, Hector.
sT. PA-THICK'S OIIUHOH Klt.tb. St. and
, 1 ubllc service, Sabbath 6:1(1 aud 101 a.m.
ectiors. 7 t).ia.
.-abbath School. 2 p.m.
Servlco ovcry day, 8 a.m.
ItKV. l. J. O'llAM.OUA., l'rllkt.
T. .lOSKl'll'Q CltUK(;iI.-(0nuan,) cor.
t.er ot Walnut and Cross streeK
Jln?. ovory Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m,
ospers, a p. m.
Mats durluj; rcok days, 8 o'clock a. m.
lti:V. (J. llOKHMAN, Priori.
J HUMAN LUTUlUtANUIIUKOIl ISth
treut between Wusblngton Avouuo and
Treadling Sunday inormni; at 10 o'clock,
sabbath School at'io'olocl: p.m.
Kkv. (J. Dukiisciinkii. l'aslor.
lOUNu ik.vs ciuijstian a&iucia-
'HON. Uugular uieotluc second Monday
tacli month at their room over ltockwcll
& i,'o'n book (tore, Commercial avouuo.
Weekly Prayer mectlne, 1--riday,7 p.m. at
1.. W. Stii.i.vki.i., l'rcsldont.
31CCON1) M1SSIONAUY HAI'TIST
CIIUUCLL Corner Syoamoro and Forty
II rat utrootf. Preaching tjobbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and .') o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
I 'I'hn nhurnh ill nnlinnetntt with f mini.
H sjlihuuu, u iuu r iiai juii'-iouary x:i
...... I.. lnH .....I.. I'l ....'
tiri Uliurcli oi Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Lko:uui, Psrtor.
AKltlOAN JUiTHODIST.-Kourtecntti, bo
twocn Walnut and Cedar.
Henrico, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Habbath School. 1) p.m.
Class moots at :f p.m.
MCOOND FHKK WILL liAPTIST'-Kif-
Ucuth Street., between Walnut and Codur.
smlcos Sabbalb, 1 and 3 p. m.
it lev. N. itiCKO, l'attor.
fUKR WILL HAPTJST HOUK MISSION
hAUHATU SOUOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar KticoU.
babhath School, U s.ln.
HIIST KHE15 WILL HAI'TIST OliUHCll
beivicos, Sabbath 11 a.m., 0 p.m. A 7J p. m.
Kkv. Wm. Kxi.lkv; l'antor.
J HIST MISSIONAHY HAI'TIST ClIUHCH.
-(,'cdar, between Ninth aud Tenth Stu.
rroachliig Sabbath, 10J n,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer niueUmr, Wednesday evonlug.
Ti-cuchluc, Friday evenln.'r.
Habbath School, 1) p.m. .lohn VanllaKtcr
auil .Mary Stojihou. SuperlntendouU.
Kev. T. J. SlloitCH, l'a-tor.
KTONU HAI'TIST CIIUHCH Fourteenth
Mieet. between Cedar wnl Walnut. Tho
only HapUat church recognized by tho As-
bnviccj, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3p,m ' " i n.
UfV. .iicdii luiAtil.uv. Kblcr.
A1H() COilMANUKHY, No. 111. HUtud
Aa icmbly nt tho Asylum Masonic Hall, Urt
and third Mondaya in each month.
AlltO CUUNCll', No. SI. lingular Convo
cation at Jlasonlo Hall, tho kccoimI Kiiilay
In ciiuh month.
"A I HO CllAl'TKli No. 7!. Uugular Con
rcatlon at Masonh Hall, on thu third
Ttteday ol every mouth,
AlltO l.ODUK, NO. X37 F.A A. M.-UokU-lar
CouimuulcatlonH at Masonic Hall, tbo
tn'omt and fourth Mondays of each uumth.
M, i:ANUKIl l.ODOK, 2!M-Jlootn in Odd
I'Vllnwi)' Hall, in Artcr'a bulldliit;, ovtry
Thursday iivoulug at B o'clock.
(iovurnor John L. UevvrldKC
.-crrt tuiy or State (ItorL'O II. Harlow.
Auditor or Stuto C. K. Lljiplncott.
.-'tatu TreiiHuror Ca-pcr Kut..
Attniiuy (li'iieral JamcH K. Kdfall.
Snpt. I'ubllo lUBtructlon Newton Hatotuan
rienatorir-ltlclmtd .1. OKlcsby and John A.
'IfA" ewntatlvo Klyhloouth Dlxtritt Isacc
MiaiHEUH GENKHAI, AbSEMHI.Y.
HiiprrM'iitatlvox in thu Willi district.,
fllm 11. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
e'tnator for tho Mth district. Jok..o Ware.
Jud(0 D. J. Hakor, of Alexander.
Slato'H Attorney l'atrick H. Tope.
Clerk H. 8. Yoeum. " "
Sheriff A. U. In in.
Wm. Martin Aisnonsor and Troasurur.
Surveyor John 1'. Uely.
Judge- F. Hi-osH.
AxHoclatc J. E. McCrito and S. Marehil
.on. (,'U rt Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. QoftMnan,
MUNICIPAL "oo VEUNMKNT,
Mayor John Wood.
Troasurer U. A. Cunningham.
CoiDiitrollor K. II. FallU,
Clerk Wlonaei uowiey.
Atlomey II. Watson wclili,
1'ollce ilutjlBtratoa F. lSrosd aud J. J.
Marshal and Clilnfof l'ollco Win. McIIale.
Street Commissioner D, J. Ualllgan,
' Moinliera l'ollco Forco A. Cain tarjrent,
m ' y. W. Wooton, l'hilllp Holm.Chaii. Mulincr
md Henry T. Martin.
UOAKl) Olf ALDKKMKH.
Flrjt ward Hlriim ltixby and J. M.
t'ueond ward Herman Moyors aud Yood
Third ward John MoKwou anil F. Kors
Fourth ward O. F. Nclllii aud -M. J.
Fifth ward J no. U. Hoblnson and Win.
WHITE CULLAlt PLANING MILL
N WAI.TUUH, X'riiirlrtor,
. Iltl.au !
HARDawd SOFT LUMBER
LATH, BUIHOLKfl, OKDAH l'OSTB
DOOIIS, 8AHU, ULINU3
Koraltbtd oa abortaatnotloe.
Ueiameroial venuo, botwoon Tenth and
HOSAMOXI) AND If KI LOVl'.HS,
trrom Ifarjicr'H Wecklv.)
It was a dreadful tiny mid night, wo
j).wcu. .uy mubaiHl lind liccu on thu
snol. Koiamond was Iieln e;.i in livn
furicff.aiul tliotigh llio folcgrnuw cninu
ovory Lour, thcro wiih no good word in
tlieiu j nnd Rosamond only camo out
of ouo attack long enough to ask iiml
near that there was nothing certain yet
huforo nho went olf in anotlier : and of
course neither her flitcr Kinin, nor thu
nottse-iuaiUfl. nor 1 could nt lir.t nparu
lime for hope or fear, so hudy were we
auoui mo poor cnini who, to our un
practiced pon?c., looked in as much
danger oi death as anybody.
Hosaniond and L'mma were not rein
lions of ouir, hut their parents had
been our dear fiieniii. und when ilmv
died we had legged that tho ehildien
might eonio to tin, and o thev had
spent all their long vacations under
our rool, and Iliittons, our page, had
wailed on them as a litllu heathen
would wait on his idols if lie could
and his face turned as nink as tlmiul
he were boiled, and all the hair on his
around baldisli head bristled with
thrills ol pleasure, whenever tlmv
I.. I.!. I ... .. J
luwutu iii nun or mioko lo linn. 'oor
buttons! he was a standing joke
iimoiiK us, nuil we never cou d t h in I; nf
him, even when tho school-dnvs wero
over and tho gitls had coino homu
jieriuancnlly, and there was no longer
11 V OUIIOIIS III t 10 IKHIM' Uitlmill
ui couree we Had no uu Iiontv nv'Ar
the girls but that of affection, "but it
was a pleasure to liavu the dear things
round us only when Hosamond, tho
uriguier and prettier of the two. be
gan to have her lovers, we saw that it
was a little wlule wo should bo able to
keep hor, and congratulated ouelvcs
that at any rate, we should still retain
l'o."aiiiond was nothing like a beauty,
and yet t-ho had all tho effect of one ;
she had that rich skin which becomes
any color, and her eyes wore always
beaming, und her unruly hair was al
ways turning up in little-curls, and she
had the awcetcat mouth in tho world,
and the prettiest pearls in it; only her
nose was anything but what fIio want
ed it. I suppose sho would have gone
to extremes, and had as keen an aquiline-
as any hawk-beaked lioinan ladv's.
.could she have had her wa v. for. us if
was, she had to make tho best ol' what
she called a iniir. As for Kiuma. aim
was fiimply Kosauioml s shadow not
quito m tall, not quite plump, not quite
,o frcsh-colure.l or curly-headed, and
not by any means m charming. I'or
Rosamond, with her vivacity, her quick
temper and her good hcail, her oblig
ing ways, her confiding air, and her
singing, was certainly charming; and
alter she camu homo the uuiuber of
boquuts, in compliment of her singing,
that were thrown into our ground-lloor
windows by her fccblo-mindcd young
lovers, with courago overwhelmed bv
infatuation, kept us supplied witfi
Well, the truth is that Rosamond
was a flirt. Kinma was'nt ; she never
had the chance, us Rosamond told her
once, in answer to the accusation, in
stantly kissing her and crying over
her, aud begging all tho pardons that
there were, und from that moment mak
ing over to Eiumu, so formally us to
make it laughable to us who saw it, the
best beaux sho had a proceeding that
thu beaux took in such dudgeon that
ho ceased to como to tho house at
all. Hut, as I was saying, Rosamond
was a pronounced llirt ; she had flirted
with the serious head-master at school,
aud with the frivulous music-master,
aud had given tho dancing-master to
understand that she believed him one
of tho noblcsso in disguise ; slio had
tried her arts on tho minister, und
when tho doctor was called to her diph
theria, of course slio tried them un him.
Not that they wero arts at all they
were a pai t of the child's nature ; it
was a necessity with her that every one
should euro for her. If they didn't
love her spontaneously, slio had to wile
them into it, and generally tlioy did it
Jt was not with equanimity that
Emma viewed these successes of Rosa
mond's. "I Wonder," slio would bo
moan herself, "why everybody loves
Rosamond und nodody loves mo."
".My dear," I exclaimed, "doesn't
Rosamond lovo you? don't your
cousin Maurice? don't I?"
"Oh, 1 dare say," Emma moaned
again ; "but 1 want to bo tho very first
to somebody. You lovo cousin Muu
rico bettor than me, aud ho love.i you
better than me, aud Rosamond is all
ready to lovo anybody Letter than ino
Oh, bother that sort of lovo 1" eried
Kinina, between laughing and crying.
"It would bo so delightful," said tho
poor little simpleton, "to bo loved tho
way ncoplo aro when they aro cugaged,"
hilo Kinma held forth in this way
Dr. Randolph was looking down Rosa
mond's tliroat with tho handle of a
spoon tho only thing that ever kopt
down that little tongue of hers, I
thought. Tho doctor, who had just
taken our family physician's place
Parisian education, talent, aud every
sort of recommendation pronounced
Rosamond's illness not serious, but or
dered confinement to her room, and
came twice a day for tonio time, mid
then ho camo onco a day. I begun to
bethink myself, as I saw the long culls
young Dr. Randolph made, heard the
conversations, turning on anything but
symptoms, aud looked on Rosamond,
with her returning color, her smiles
and dimples, hor bluo wrapper, uud all
tho dainty appliances of a sick-room
(nilct, thut some intinct taught her ;
aud I observed that this seclusion kept
oilier lovers off. And prehaps the lat
ter clause struck Rosamond's percep
tion nlso, for ouo day, while the doctor
still continued his visits, and without
having received any permNsion from
him, she descended to the parlor, nnd
there, when he came in, he found her,
with ynung M'Crcory turning her mu
sic mi one side, and young Waterman
Hutching on the other.
"What I" eried Dr Randolph 'in
this draught l And you are not at-
templing to singr
'Sing I" she said, fuming on him, a
the only thing to do "I don t believe
I ever shall sine nuain. Your wicked
diphtherias and potashes and thine
have ruined niv Voice I" And she was
so charming as she sat there on the
jiiiino stool with her high color and
her pouting lip, that 1 didn't wonder
the doctor seized both her hands in his
Ho pretended he wa onlv fceliiii? the
,i iiai is mis . said ne. "I beg
your pardon, .miss Kosauioml; you
must bid these gentlemen eood-moiu-
nig, unit go to your room diieetly, un
less you want a relapse, which will he
worse than the original illness ;" and
he half lifted her by thu hands and led
her to the foot of the stairs, she hang
inir back like a nauuhtv child, and
looking unutlerablu things at thu two
lovers, who were looking unutterable
things at hcrjand still'moto unuttcra
i.i . .i . . r, . i i
oiu tilings at mis independent young
lector who had tliom at such a disad
vantage. Rut Dr. Randolph had his
war, and he staid a lone hour lo make
suru ol keeping it ; ami by that limo
Rosamond, thanks tu her coutuinacv.
could speak only in a whisper, and was
growing inoru and more languid, and
lie gave her some drops, worso than any
thing she had taken yet, befoie ho
Wo had to send for J)r. Kandolnh
again at night-fall, and he had hard
work that evening to keep the Ineath
in her J bul we pulled through. The
next uiuriiins shu was safe, but weak.
and ho lmvo her her (Irons aud sal
liking about thu new thiol's in tho
origin of diseases, and iinpeisonating
tho little imps that caused them, so she
nan no idea now last thu time was pass
ing till ho handed her the drops again.
"Now, said ho, rising', "vou aro In on
on taking the drops every hour till 1
i (Mir in mm ont'i! 1 1 : i s
: , ,
neatly eot vmi your J;,, A,.,, ...
not ashamed, by vtuir wilfiilncs''. to
.fJ,V Hit. (lit llll.l IIIUK IIUIll V0(
Mrs..l'rinit, who needs tno?"
" 1 on ncedn t talk to ino so, wui-
pcred Rosamond, inextinguishably.
1 ve no doubt slio s better oil without
you, Iriglitening ner to ucain. i cs,
you are frightening mo to death !"
she cried, hoarsely at his oxcliiiii'itiou
of regret. "And it's just a" well lo die
by the sword as the famine. Ami 1
bolioe you doctors carry around dip.
tileries and things in your pockets ;
and, oh, do you know, I think my
throat is burning up 1" And then the
doctor had to get out his ial-easo
again, aud stay another hour. Rut
tho ruling spirit was strong in Rosa
mond still. I he lnincse wav is a
reat deal better than nurs," shu
croaked, as ho bent over her to hear,
whilo I rinsed a medicine cup at thu
sink; "when you're sick (hero thev
stop tho doctor s pay 1"
"I'crlians, said he, t it a low tone,
with a flush mounting to his forehead,
I shall ask for a different suit of pay!"
When .Mr. uamioipii came in again
he wiis quite cool and quick mid pro
fessional, and was off to see Mrs. 1'rout
very soon. On his way ho met Water
man and M Crccry, und he told them
thoy had nearly been guilty of murder,
aud so scared them that tlioy did not
como near us for half a year.
It was some days before Rosamond
had voice enough for more than a
lo.cu woids : aud it was a sad cross.
for 'without her saueincss slio was with
out her best friend, and all her shrucs
aud pouts and smiles and dimples would
not answer Halt her rciiuiremeuts. Kut
as soon ns her voice returned, und she
began to tool a little m ore life, slio was
restive with up-stars captivity. It was
rather lonesome, for JOmma was so
afraid of thu dinhlcriu that she kept
out of tho way, and after Rosamond
hafl quite recovered, and tried, out of
puro mischief, to kiss her, slio
screamed and ran from tho room. "It's
abominable in Dr. Raudolph to shut
mo up so," iiosamonu saiti. "Lousin
lane,' said tho surprising htllo crcal-
tiro, "ho's just doing it to keep me out
of tho way of other people. For. do
you know, I believe tho man's in lovo
with mo I
"Rosamond, I am ashamed of vou I"
"No, you'io not." said she. "You'd
havo cried vour eves out vmi know
you would if I hud died, und you
wouldn't bo at all ashamed of mo : and
i uaven i cnauRcti u bit s uco then, ex
cot to et better, ho vou see. kmit!
ally, you can't bo ashamed of me : you
uugifi tu htuuy logic, uousm Jauol"
Rut, after ull, tho protty minx had
only incaut to find out what 1 thought
uooui it an auemm at wiucii she was
Jiut at lust the doctor took Rosa-
moud in his arms one day himself, aud
carried hor down to tho great chair by
tho parlor firo, I following behind with
I I I Ml .
suawis ami pincws. l caught my
dress, however, in a vod ol' tho stair
carpet, aud was delayed a inoniout, and
boiorn i reached tho door 1 could seo
him leaning over tho back ol tho great
chair, as ho pulled her shawl about tier,
trembling and flushed. "Well, I
thought, "who could carry Rosamond
ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. MARCH 1, 1871.
down stairs and not be ttcmblltm and
lluhed ?" whon I was slopped by what
"I siippoo you are thinking," Rosa
mond said, looking up at him over the
bnok of the chair, "that vou have saved 1
my life!' ' 1
"I wish," ho said, so low that I'
guessed rather than heard it "I wMi '
I might think, then, that It belonged to !
me.'' And almost before he finished. '
if I l.l f. .i
i (.muu uu i.iuii- iirqi it inuu
ivijr i'11-..tMiii, iii) iiiiu in;ui nun MMrii
that while upturned forehead. And
ltosamiind's faeu was crimson then, and
slio was murmuring, "How can you
take so unfair an advantagol" And
just as I was on tho point of dropping
I'vrryiiiing, ami ruunilig away ana let
them settle It to tliem.i'lcs,' (he hell
rang, ami Dr. Randolph stood on the
otner siNe-or-the lucplace, lenning one
arm on the shelf, when .Mr. Irving
Rosamond was loo weak for many of
Her old airs aud graces ; but she had
tuciivemi uersrii insiiiutiv, anil was
looking up at Dr. Randolph, where- ho
stood glowering down nt her, mid was
laughing in her bewitching aud ine-
sistaiiie way ; and she turned gracious
ly and greeted .Mr. Irving, and in
quiied for his horses mid Iiih dogs, and
became so delight fully interested in
his racy account of wliat his Rellcro
phon could do, thai there was nolliim-
for Mr. Randolph but to make a stiff
bow and come away only to ))U
called back to Rosamond, as, holding
out nn imploring little hand, she said,
"Hut you will conic lo scoiim again?"
"I hardly think ou need me." lm
"Oh, I do, 1 do I" she niM. nnd Inn-
lip was tieinbliiii;. And he did mil re-
jdy ; but when ho dropped her baud he
had piesscil it so close that it was whiln.
So Dr. Randolph camo again ; mid
Knima just then had a snr.tiued aiikln.
so that his visits had an exetiho for be-
ing. Hut I hardly lliink ho vexed
Rosamond with another word or -.ii'ii
she could repulse---whether he fell lm
had been wrong in agitating a patient.
and was wailing for complete recinery,
or whether be was one of llio-e who
can take No for an answer.
"I seo how it's ull "oini: to end."
said Minimi tome. "Ros moud is im-
ing to bo Mrs. Dr. I'hilliti Randolph.
mid I'm only going to bo .Miss Smith !
Its horrid to bo .miss Kinith Miss
Knitiia Smith 1 It's so dienilied lo bo
Mrs. Anything ! You'io of as much
j;"I'Vl,L,lfiuo KWil!ulh''8 r'";.-"h ym
ougaged, nnd with miiiiJ.';.,!. illiJ.,V(W
in it to the i eul nihility 1 What tin
you think Cousin .lane?"
"I'.muta, said 1, "1 tliiul. you me a
Meanwhile Rosamund evidently did
not know what to iniiKu ol Dr. Ran
dolph's behavior ; ami whether it was
the cllcct ol diptlieria or ol loo, slio
was losing all her gay spirits mid bo
coininu it moody little wielch.
On eouing after Mmma's iceovcry
the doctor entered withou knocking,
and mil observing me on the sid'a, be
sat down by the lire, when Rosamond
opened the door, not knowing he was
there and came in, "Oh," said she,
looking throng!, tho twilight, "I sup
pose you don't want to see me," still
coining in, though.
"I came to inquire I'or your sister,"
"It seems to me," said she, standing
before the tire, "that you never ask
about my health now.''
Me looked up at her, standing with
her clasped hands dropped before her
and her head a litllu downcast in a de
jected way, but ho did not speak at.
once. "And 1 don't believe you care
unythiug about me," she cried passion
ately ; and then he saw the tears spring
and just us slio was flinging herself
away ho caught her aud drew her down
to him, und hid her faco on his breast
aud umlcr his kisses aud thu life ho
had saved belonged to him.
"It's beautiful, isn't it?" said Emma
nflterward. "Rut it makes you feel so
solitary I Cousin Jane, I've half a
mind to tell you something. 1 I
don't know but-what I shall be en
gaged myself. I rather think I have
found my affinity. I know he is fund
of me ; he picked mo up when I loll
that day and sprained my unklo, and he
left that bay-water at tho door for me.
I'll show him to you sotno day."
Rut if Kmma thought it was beauti
ful, flint was apparently more than Dr.
Randolph did, when after his lirst be
atitude and n month's engagement to
Rosamond, ho had not) been able to tee
hor twicoalouo; for,securoin hcrpossos
sion, Miss Rosamond was playing with
it according to her wont, aud he never
came in but he found her old lovers
hauging about her in a lover-liko way
that was terribly exasperating. He
thought he would put an end to it all
by an immediate marriage ; but Roa
inond had no idea of being caged so
curly, lie remarked on her conduct,
and slia laughed at him; ho lemon
st rated, aud she shruggod her shoul
ders at him ; ho was angry, and shu
told him laiuly it was too soon to
play Grand Rashaw. And poor Ran
dolph, loving her forvoiitly, and totally
uuablo to master her, instead of being
rapturous, grow daily more unhappy.
Rut the attendant of them all to
whom Dr. Randolph most objected was
"Isn't it enough for you," he said
wheu Rosamond usked kirn for reasons
"thut I don't liko him ? I consider
hiui a companion unlit for u young
lady. Abd I think, llcpamoud, that I
really havo u right to forbid your asso
ciating with him."
TIiRt vory nftornoon a couple of
nders dashed by his steady-going gig,
undone of ihcni was .Mr, Irving, and
one Rosamond upon Hellcrophon.
Dr. Randolph turned about and
came to our houie, mid waited theie
mill! .Mr. Irving Jelt Rosamond at the
uoor, and then met her, aud d inded
lo know the meaning of it.
, ' Really, Sir," said ResAiiiond, "this
In .... .! 1 1 . . I t . '
" u .-imeiiiaiico i euiinot submit tor'
aud she drew tint iml.l i i...
' . i! i i . . e ""'." "V1
"h-'i autt uropteu it iii Ids hand, am
j "vh uu un m.iIIHi
ik was a lorinight alter that that
.Maurice met Dr. Randolph in Roslou
ii ....iii.. i.. - i , ...
. mm niy ciianee, ' lio
laid In Htuwor to my l)tialmiid, "1 can't
lay wbt.ro I w,. 1 ,,i cim.,
talking a tnouionl, thorn caiuuu tire-Mann
and a riuhlm; crowd, ami limy fullum-it It
and woro leparatvJ of eoutfo. And tho
noil ining Jiatirlcuiaw nf J)r. itidoih,
an hour al'lurwanl, ho wai dailiiiiK will.
thu llrnintui, In that unnl.in clitvHry of
iur, mm inni iMiiuiini;, mil id Whom) win
di)i Ihu theeUnf tl itn n wnro pmtriiiL'. to
lave an old wonmli tlirlnklng llmru lor
help, hor Kray Imlr itri'ntiiliig H,;niut lliu
urc, ivmi ni mai tnoiiieiil lliu wnllt l,dl
in Willi a loiitnl or hoavon and mirth coin
ini toitclbor, and tlntt wa all wo know.
And, u I told you, Itoaamoiid was down
in njtiorii', ami a dreadful day and
Kin it wan. t mmigiii uvery leiuiiiiiit
mat itofaniotid would put nu end to her
mill in lier Irantle condllion j and at fur
my own pint, 1 eould not l;c.p my mind
out of that trntiioii.lniii litinii of Imruli,..
mini wlniio our iloar Ir. I'tandolph wan
biiriud, could not j-nt free fron thu
tlioiiehl of agony II bo worn nllve, and
nanny unrcn pray mat io shiliilj ,
allvp, and wan erinvlnn moinenti.rllv
tuoro indignant with Itoraiiinnd, and morn
niMoraino siiiiui nor, wlintt tltn laid lulu,
gram cauui, m)lni: llamlnlph war lnuinl,
partially rlilnldod by thu ntuui's and boninn
laiicn iicriun inn nro.tirool vniill. I ail v In
lured, but alive, mill them wim Iii.om.
ami wim turn liixaiiiotid went In ulrop,
nun mimi pun wiihii up, iniioriui; ami
Whilo Hi. i dre.Med herinilf, and took tint
lieu Imln lor town, and rmun liniiin at
nllil with my hiHbsnd and with hnr.
It was In tins happy tsiuvcleaeiiig
mniitliH that followed Hint Kinnia, Killing
at thu window onn iny cried, '(iiluk,
OimuIii .lanol oh, thorn ho is
"Who '' I n.kcd,
''Oh, dnn'l you know 7 thn nno 1 told
you nr. Why, llm- thu nlllnltyl '
' (Ml, Liniiin,'' I unUI, in I limUd. ul
thought ymi had a mill abovnit' It It
"1 don't care," miMvnrnd Kintna ntnullv.
after a moment, !'l)r. Itaiiilnltih will tell
you bow excel lent bo U, Id, coior. Hindu
all his prcKTipllmif."
And I bollevo in my linart thst l'.inins
will " n ilav i'inn lo be Mill Stiillli mid
bocomo .Mrs. Iluttoim,
A CAYH and iPcoRi'si:.
.... in i i.ur.M I.MI IMSVIIl MO
Ruckiiigham county has a sensation.
A woudeitiil cave has been diseovuied
there, which a wiiler in lliu iMinnville
'Meieury' tells about. Afler describ
ing suveral chambers, tho account eon
"Wo bad satisfied our euiiosily aud
weio about lo lcuo Ihn eac, when be
hind a largo rock, or rather a spur of
Ihu main mek which formed the hot
torn, my sou discovcicd a larger pass
ngu than any uu had define seen.
This We entered, and after following
souiu six or seven feet, emerged inloim
apartment of imiuetisu size. Tim light
of our torches falling upon thu stalac
tites revealed a scene of beauty which
was fail ly dazzling. Thu size of this
apartment I cannot tell, as llio inof
uud sides were lost in darkness. Wo
penclralcd to a considerable distance,
keeping cIomi to one of I lie sides so
that wo might easily find'our way back,
and would havu gone further, but for
finding in a iccens, some seventy feet
from whuro wo entered, lying diieetly
under a shelving rock, the- body of a
man wrapped in some dingy eiolh -liku
substance. Wu did not know it was
the body of a man at first, uud was not
positivo that it was until wo had gotten
it outsidu tho cave.
"Mr. lloyd discovered tho body, aud
when we moved it from under the rock
my sou found suveral large ami beau
iful pebbles where tho body had lain,
aud a small round vessel, some four
inches in diameter and about two
inches in height, shaped vory much
liko an inkstand with a bundle ; this
und the stones or pebbles hu put in his
pocket. Wo took the body aud at oueo
went out of thu eavo. The cloths with
which it was wrapped wero very rotten,
and when wu had laid tho body down
ufler leaving tho oavc, they had nearly
all been tubbed from it. What weio
left crumbled liko burnt paper,
"Wu brushod thu body clean and
found it to ho tho dried up remains of
a man who had evidently been of more
than ordinary sizo, for I found it to bo
by ueltial measurement live feet nine
inches in length. .It is dried mid with
ered something like dried meat, only
the skin is tightly drawn over it. It is
hard tu tho touch, anil whcievcr there
is a wrinkle it is hard liko parchment.
"it is impossible lo form any idea of
what color the man was or whul his
fcatuies wero like, Tho body now is a
sort of smoky color, mid the hair,
ihough there is very little of it, it in
tensely black, On thu second linger
of each hand, and on tho thumb of tho
right wero largo squuru rings, round ou
tho insitii) to lit thu linger. J beso
rings and tho small vessel 1 have re
ferred to were evidently composed ol
gold, with a largo quantity uf some
kind of alloy which gave them a very
"Wo took the body to my house,
whoro it is now. hen wo arrived
with it there, my son bethought him
of tho pcbblos ho had found, and
allowed them to us. Thcro tiro seven
in all ; live aro richly colored and un
liko anything clso 1 havo over scon.
..OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
i I lie other two, I think, are diamonds ;
lliey t,m.,, V(,,.y 1,1, 0 (lu
powers of lelleetion am! refraction, aud
are about the sire i.ftt com field
0. (J. (J. c.
OA UK) CITY COAL
I" inepared In supply eUMomelii with Hie
bi'M illnllly ol
IMTrSMJIUl AND ILLINOIS
OIIMKIIHIntat HallliUv Hro. oilier, on
Olib; l.eee. or at llio Coal Vui.l below tho
St. harle Itolel.wltl uvnlui prompt alien. I
linn. The Ten Muni un." aiii i.ri,. ..
InilKuhln In lciilnel ut tint hour.
(Jra.nd Gift Co.NOF.UT
Km- llio benutlt ol Hie
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
Success Assured !
A I'l'I.L IMIAWlNd CKIITAIN
ON TUESDAY.3lstorMARCH NEXT.
IN older til meet the ueneml wi.n .,,.1
oxpei tatlon of Hie puhlln ami ticket Imld-
era lor llio mil payment or tho iniKidllcent
i uncoil for the Fntiilh (Irand tlllt
.'niicerl or I It n I'uIiIIh Library of Kontucky,
ilio liiaunectflelil ham ileletinlne,! ti i.-i.
polio tho Oniectt aud lliawlui: until
'I'll IfHll A V .1... Ml.. ... .. i
. , .mm ,ii .iinrcii icii i,
I'hey h.ne alie.tdy reall.oil
.0 KORTIIIIR I-OHTI'OXII.MIINT
Amlliaoit meat many iil;ciiIi jet lo hear
No doilbl ! clilclliiliiiMl of Ihe anle ol
etety llekut brlnro llio ilr.twlni;, hnl
wbelhor all mo hold or not Ihn drawing will
piltl.y and inicnnhui ally tnUo pbicn on
llio day now llxeil, and It unv icnmln un
old llicy will bo cancelled and llio ptlei,
will lm toileted In piopiiillou to the iiii,id
(Inly nil, (mo tickets lintn beon lHiieil, mill
la ooo o.A.bi.i-i: a-trji-aei:
will bo ilUlilliulPd anient; llio ticket hold-
l lie ticket-! ore orlnled In cooikoih ,0
li'tilhi, and alt Inn llnii;il ti.-ir t n Mill tu, no,,,..
senled In llio drawing Jl.-t a wholo llckcl
Msi' ni' tuns.
ino (liiiud t'lo-li (.ill
Ouo (linud Cio-li i.itt
, loo coo
tun lir.nui urn am
10 t'ah (iIIIn 10,0141 eiich .
I, '.i I ooo
r. hi (Kiii
;io Cn.h (IIIIn ri.lHm eni'li. ,
M rui.li (tills
I mm eiich .
bisieach . ,
UK) each .
tli u each . ,
too each .
lis) Cnli dills
IM) C.i-li (liris
SM Cuh dills
:ii.' Cu'ii (iliiH
I'olsl, IJ.OiJl (ilflHitll Cu'li, atinmiil-
lliff to. 1 r,ni (KX)
I ho clnitii'i'H lnr a (lilt ill ii us ouo In llr.
CHICK OK TICKk'IS,
I ,IHNI (Kl
I'cnlli. or uoh ciiiiimii
11 Wholo llcKcl nu
II Ticket foe
III Whole llcl.cN lor
11 Wholn lleketi lm
No dlfciunt on Ii'.h limn .Vmi umilj ,,t
1 ho Koiirth (I III conceitwlll lm cnmliieteil
in all icrpcctx, like Ihe lliten that have lib
icadyl n tflvcn, and lull piiitltttluiH may
bo learned Ir In.illalH which will bo f.int
tree Iroui this ollleo lo all who apply lor
(InleiH (in- tlckd and appllcatloim lor
Mk'cnclcn will bo iittemleil lo III thu older
they aro recehcil, and it I Imped Ihoy will
bo sunt in piouiptly. tlmt llicre may lm no
illsaiiilntmiint orilcliiy In illlliijr all l.lb.
t'lal terms urn KlU'it IdIIioho who buy In ncll
aKnlli. All uncut" mo premplorlalli' re
iiili oil in Mjtllo up thnir aceouulK and to
tutu all uimold tlckolNby tttoUOlh day til
March TlltlH. H. 1IUAMLCTTK,
Auent rubllo Library, Ky., and Muiiiilmt ol
llllt (.'onreil, 1'iiblii! Library bulfdmi;,
AND HK.AI.Klt IN
Fit J3SH M JO AT,
KliniTii tlruanT, JIitwhmn Waimimotob
AdJtilnlwK MI'lBtouo uud llauiiy
h,-i tin) or liakl, I'lirk, Multuu Vl
l.mnb, SiniMI', tilo., tail r rrol to Mr
ItimmH tu llirt tuet .(,ittl iitannitr.
DYLAN!) & HAUKR,
Aftll IIKALMUS IN
0I101CB FRESH MEATS
OK KVKIIY UKHCUIl'TION,
( orutr lOlh stieet ami Onumertlal aVunu
ucxt door to tho llylaud naloott,
11-10 tf. oaiko, illh;
AMI) J1KAI.KH IN
klih KINDS OK l'KKdll MKAT8
Near ntr. Twonflftli Nlrl nnd V
itnvi and ulamrhteri onlr tha belt OatUe,
Hog and Hheen, and It preparad to HI or.
dnrifor Kresh Maats from on to ton thou-
nrl pounna, t.-n
' U, lUTUUM,
. 0. UHL
MATIJHS9 & UHL
0 0 ,M MISSION M X H 0 H.A H Tt
lit A I. Kits IN
IIA.Y AND WK8TKN PRODUOK.
Aeents American Powder '. ompanv
No. ,"17 Ohio I. e lets
N. II, Thlttlawutil, I. .I.TbliUwoeU
THI8TLKW00I) A CO.,
Com mi b i on Mmhohanti
FLOUn, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
-No. 78 OHIO LKVKK.
(IKNKKAL COMMISSION MEIlCHANf
And dtaler la
I.IMK, 0MKT, 1't.ASTKM, lUlK, T0.
t3TI will Mill In ear load Iota at
turrri.' in lce, addlntr Irtliilit.
J. M. PtilLiilFU,
Forwtrtiing nnd Coin minion
praparnd lo forward all kluds ol fralabt
to all polnli,
lluidticn atieiided to nronifl I v .
CO P 1'' K V , HARRIHUN & CO..
("iic cennrs to 1). Hind A ou.)
VI.tllH,UMAIN AND IIAI,
N Ohio Uvw, OAIKO, ILIJI.
0. 1). W1MWAMH0N,
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio l,m, CAIRO, ILLS
KST.Hppclal attention Riven to conabra
BicntH ami llllltm ordsn. II. 0
JOHN II. PULLIH HUM,
tHaooMawt lo Jh H. Hjillu,)
DKALK1UJ IN UAY, (JOHN, OATH
Flour, Moal, Bran, Ac.,
AOKNTH KO It LA KLIN AND HAND
L.a. Tmntu Htkbkt aid Ohio Lbvbk
1K T K Jl 0 U.H L,
FL () U K MERCHANT
Na. kst OHIO I.KTBK,
tl. CAIRO, ILLINOIB
WOOD RITTKNH0U8E A BRO
anl Ocatwiaf Im MUraatiiii
IM OHIO XiiVBB