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VOL. III. NO. 40. PAW PAW, MICIL, FRIDAY, FKBRUAltY 2G, 1858. WHOLE NO. !50
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Alwa.v to ho loiiu i fur hal a al"ivo.
6. . JlLACKMAX,
H.ftt'-T Cf Id:, Attorney at Law un-l Notary
Pji.Ik--. will t-pd to tL liii ol Convex
aucir.rf, dr.iiu; tft-.x.ucuU, jjliciit us for
.ukiv la- d wdla. A , - "w I .U
Utle. aud lha co'-'ipK!.i!M.. c.ullict.iK dtle,
Ac. Ofuv in iLs Ce-u.t lh.-u.Mi C ly .
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plain, Fiincr. J 1 1. Nrva and Ornamental Printer,
HanrlH!!. P..st"r. C ..-d, La'd Ticket, Jte. aj.ee
dily aud i-juiekly etiunid with in-alriess and iis
patcL. AM irikrs rcgjv.'v '.tally aniiiiteJ. l'riccu
uioJ-.Tut- .N'oUTiiuu.Nca OrviCE ncrih idc wf
luaia itrtcf, l'w
Tla fbajM. Music. lUiou 4 llam'.ln, and Princo
1 ''- i.ar -xcluiiv j.atctitvd ij.ronveinnts.
Bcnj. Rfti-dl. Lawroiico. Ai;cnt can fut-uih and
wTat for u.irul'ili'y, nt l':ut'ry price, voice
Ion J or n.fl f.r.l tune ia the equal temi-eranient.
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Mau'ifnotmei "i nd dcnlriu WIihi r Cottage and
eu- e it CMs- r. 'I'u rriti; rcj niiv, Cc. cx"
iuir 1 o:. t .' ' u. l'iclline for hh'c nd
rrttantl n. li.'iid. Simp 'o f ;Le Vietho
Uit Church, i'.' Hi'- caLintt plnp.
Pw. July 3J. !5j? 10',j
Dlr in Kvadv-Made I'kthitii;. Mati, 'v , VAli
; an i Untleini'a r'uriiil.iL.g Uood, whuli
will l.o auld tj nit cutrmt-rp.
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au l uovf ov.vt i.ii.rto.l. "!aly r i.i se:t. . epoii
lh uuil iiBiTJ-vel rriiicij-i-j .f ihe art. 147.
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put ur in ivjj.i i r
La lit'i ar.J fiici'.rn s.-n 'a v. to 1 to rn'.l nt hi
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j. C, GIUMES,
Oi(i!i i Pr.iicn.", Fi?i, Krmt,
flats, P'-t. O , Vatdcce Nutmn, W-.o on,
V Ulow sad 8 n-ii" ai, Jonl. ii-nrry, 'irfir,
I)ri and Ma -i- in.- , UyV a i Su'inncry,
f.nrM Li vr lui Mad'e nt ut.d Mocbauirnl pur
f ie. to. 2yl
a i -ktia Paw raw
W. Si. 11VKIX'
Oja'ar'n Off UoM.(m iric.II.TMar'',reidy.
rftdaCl iSirt7. h llaiaad Cn
k- M-fJ. "'.'' tae Main Jtrret. 4-y
HaT-frm-Ja o -arU'raVo. for tho practice of
l!aiieo ai 'A9? pP1'! ,;tr?'
irt if a wj nr .
From th Allaatis AlotULl.
The Old .Man's D.ranis.
0 ! for one hour of youthful joy !
Give back my twentieth spring!
I'd rnthcr lauh u b.ilit-h.iitcd boy
Then reign a gi ay-beard king.
Off with the wieken spoils ol age !
Away with learning's crown !
Tear out life's wisdotu-- ritteu fflgc,
And dash its trophic down.
One moment let my life-blood strcaui
From boyhood's fount of flame I
Give me one giddy, reeling dream
Of life all love and fame.
My listening angel heard the prayer,
And calmly smiling, 6aid;
tl If I but touch thy silvered hair,
Thy hasty wish hath seed."
" IJut there i nothing iu thy track
To bid thee fondly btay,
While the swift seasons hurry back
To find the wished-for day?"
Ah, truest soul of womanhood 1
Without thec, what w ere life '!
One bliss I cannot leave behind :
I'll take my precious wife !
The angel to A a sappire pen
And wrote in rainbow dew,
u The man would be a boy again,
And be a husband too !"
" And there is nothiug yet unsaid
Kefore thtf change, appear ?
Ke'jicrnber, tlt.it all 'rifts have fl.d
Vi'.h the.-'e di..vlvin
u .ver dj
'iu2 m.iu would by a bey again,
Aud be a father too'."
And so I laughed my laughter woke
The household with its noise
And wrote my dream, wiic morning
To please the gray-haired boys.
Till! WO MAX Uim WUi:LD.VT UU
HY MloS (Wlihlr. K. PAIKUr.LD.
"No, by .love," t,aid Henry Vr.nc, tilt
ing hij icvt upon the wiudoWMil, aud
ludv reii.oviiiLr a I'iv-rant llavaiia
17- . 1
; iio.a Lis iij s lor the purpose oi exhaling
I a tu i ol t!w penumed s.uoke. " i
WvUld.i''. many a jeaiwtis woman if he
was hoif heiress to old i."tor. 1 tell V'oil,
! ,al;cl it woulda t ilo lor my wito to bo
;je.nou.s. lins being tteinanj eonMaui to
1 any one little bunuie of loce and divinity
is au utter tuipo-Mbiluy to a man of my
Constitution. 1 hae a taste lor vuiiety,
do ou see; and tae mot 1 want 01 a
wne ;s to keiji house 1 r me and take
care oi tuiags, aud give ine a little leisure
to nuke :uK'ii agivcabie to uoiuenliood
in general. Whca nothing more agreea
L!e turns up, why ot cour. e then she can
have the privilege of cntertain.ag men,
wuich wita the conolatin 01 knowing
that her Misbai.d is tue most aeComplisii-
C(i lajv.kuicr in town, Will, 1 take it bo
my beiuil. J)ut oa see 11 mm was any
wavs jealous bhe iuirat aot think so." ;
it would bo il-siblJ i think S)) ";
paid aitcr rvereli' " taut sne might be
inclined to disagree with you. i iould
think any woman who loved you, would
naturally object to su ii au arrange
ment." my aceoiupl
mcns can coax her into anything under
the Bun. Wait till 1 marry, I'll show
you how to manage a wife. I'll show how
to unite all the freedom of a bachelor with
all the privileges of a Benedict."
Walter smiled and puffed away at his
cigar in silence.
The two young men wero clerks in a
mercantile establishment down town.
They occupied the same room in their
boarding-house, and were generally on very
tosc and antimato terms. Perhaps it
may not Ui necessary to inform the read
er that Harry was something of a cox
comb, though he wa by no means as im
moral as might le inferred from his own
account of himself. This Walter knew,
and he could therefore listen to his occa.
sional strains of giscowde with the ut
most ser. nity, ru.n though rifoctly aware
; nt the tim tJist the "pkcr cntertAinr!
o m. P,t,.. v.-.- ,n 1I..1 . ....
t i . . - ,uquor was ma one , auu as oiiiio.o.b . aflytiHiig else and be mv cmid , ami sue j the iKivter of takin" tl
to be a novice. Don t you know that , .,,-,, .i;, llP ,rK. ..II tonm r. dis-i- i 11 . 1 . ir 1... Iw u. n
. , . J . f. , an ingredient ot nearly all Iorins Oi uis. 1 1 ucel pretty herself, too, to-day. tt. Nrcud- J oz.
Ull. X .-..Lin I.ILIL'LL. II1JL IIIVJ.l.l VJ1 I. . ... . . .. . . .....1 ... . I .. i i . I- . i . T..r.l. ' .t t 11 lll .ll
' v ' ' , . "P . J fc 1 patiou, she liually came to the conclusion, v; l(1s a V;lt ,,.,1 ,,Rltit.r than than .Madge B,U llM f nr
tv elements, vtinift ami ttu-Mwritirr. if.... . .1 1 1.., 1. ..t...o 1 ... ., 1 .1 iT, i'' "l 111
x 1 1 j 1 - 1 iiiai us in I'm, ms Manual. 1-, niew-.- entwortn ever was tne uaggage. n 1 ! nvt article known 1
; V ., " . ! heart was straying alter tome new iignt 01 . cvtr t Klfe out of thw j,crar,0 catci, ,ile 1 uOUl..-i f
of, and youor, that is you might not temalc bwau Jt is pu,,ible that at this r;,kI" Inv w.MtAiuM for another bold l . ...1 A . ' 1.., .1
K'noUi ideas of liuaLy bestowing the iuel
lab.C nouor id' las u.auo und proleciioi
upou u ecitain lmie eoium ol iiis own,
.uiad ."iiuie Mantou. 'Inat his (OuhUence
Went sj lar as to lead hi.u to conceal iru.a
tlie saM oung lady the eeutinieiit.s so lre-
punuy i xtt.ivit we cannot oucli
uccu, nc wilier nas the idea that the two
uuioiiuijate tailing of their mutual irieud,
and stuped tie jueutly to ueviso sooiC
Uictnod ol reiiueing Uio proportions ot
Hurry s organ or variety.
willing very eiketuai was accomplish,
ed uunug the courtship, however, aun in
uuc procc.-n ot tiuie .ir. ilei.ry V aue en
teieu the state of matrimony, under tiie
lull couviettoii that his loving Susie posc.i
sed not oue spark if jealousy ) ana tuat
her ovvrweennig ailectioii tor him would
lead her to accept whatever attentions it
mignt please hhu to bestow upon her with
uuKigueil gratitude and joy ; and to pie-,
serve w neie;L oilcute iu regard to vvnut-
eer !lie nnJu see la ins ouing or la-
coalings ti.ui, .vai peculiar vc uisicrious.
lo uo fcu-do j us iice. aae was ui aaiu-
rally ui a jcuiuus disposition; hut Uesiues
her inn..te uaiiai.iii in that respect, she
had a little ol that thy, womanly pi ide,
which made her resolve taat she wouldn't
be jealous. No, indeed, she Would never!
be pointed at us a jealous wne ; neitacr'cd Mrs. ane, in Kr sweetest and most
siiouid -Mr. liany auo nave the pleasure
of insinuating taut he managed ins wiioj
O I ' , " , ' ! j i 'i.iii.vi l ui'juil.-li m
H;ut sue was dniy in.siruetea and trained 1 pleasure ot vo ir c'.j . -y ; alter you wcnt( jrs y;in(, txe sat;j,faC(ion 0f leaving
at ao.oe, to Iuok eoiiveiiuiuly la the other ! down town, I happened tc ?i nice the ad- j Weutwortli at her own door, and bhf
tlireetion, whenever lie nin-o to uiiai the ' v. rtisc.iient of the excursion, and baby j tym jlcr a Tl,(,t aTeetionate fnrewell, with
luviueibie uutlcry it his lasenialioas upon '
any lauoecut and unsu-spectiiig young le
maiC. No, iu; the l;Ule lady oas tpute
too 'cute lor that.
It taereioi'e happened that whenever at
ball or party, -ir. Hurry ane made iiim
self pailieularly ayrrceuhle to any ludv,
Mvs. Harry V'uue also cultivated tue same
individual. If Mr. Harry ane only dan-!
Ced wuh the young lady, or escorted her
phi to supper, -ais. iiuuy V alio contented
. iiei.-x.ii wiii t.ie n.j.a au.iabie luquiries at-
j ter said young lau o ncaith, and gracious
iiopes loat tue lauiily at home were quite
j wed; ii Mr. Vaue tladccd twice or thrice
w.tii the young lady, 3irs Vane straiirht-
1 way inited her to call, and intimated that !
s..e aaoiiid soon give titrsilf the pleasure
oi Visiting the young lady; aud if the
matters went tiil luituer. and Mr. Harrv
ane indulged in a ' -i-t tr. in the cor
ner, or a mooiiiiglit jtrouienade upon the
pnu.a, Ai id. Hairy i une luitiieUKt.j u-
cd a day, aud asked the young lady around
At home, too, if Mr. Harry Vane ex
claimed wuh euthusia.sia, Jy Jove, but
that .'dUs West has a splendid uguie.'
.Wis. ane replied with equal eiitausiasm,
4 ?ic has indeed ; aud danced aiLuirabiy.'
Or if Hairy remarked that " Araunuta
Waters was decidedly tne handsomest
woman at .Mrs. Morgan's party." Jusio
added; geuily, " '1 imt ruiuor said she was
as umiaLic aud accoiujdtsaed as sue Was
handsome ami la.v.iiiaiing." Jy tiiis sly
way 01 hediling lire vsita are, she had siie
CCvded la exin.gui.saiag a hall d -Zeit glow
ing" mutts 111 the bosoia ol htr liege
Loo; whue at toe saaie ti.ue the uuitoiui
sweetness and aanubility ol her own coa- mouths old yet." And Mrs. Vane danced
duel, could not tail to uecpen the admi-! the chubby, red-f iced little tiling up and
ration aud respect whieh Harry had pos-1 down iu Mr. Vane's face, and aked en
sessed lor lier v.ieu he married her. thttsiaetically,
N it we 1. 1 on lor a year or two, aud " Didn't Mis.s Wentworth think he was
Susie found heiselt a intiier. Alter that just the image of his pa?' "
tniugs see. nod to mend a little, but baby's I There were several of Harry's acquaint-
ciLir.io Mriin iust tiu-ir imwcr. and iisie s 1
. i - - - j
inai looivauouur 10,111. liei iowii- i.e-.m ,
which was constantly, though quietly,
Watch! ui 01 Harry s iigniest nioveuaeiit, ;
was Wwiiu led at its most sensitive point, j Harry's exjense, circulated m every di
Hany liequeiitly leit htiau! without lavi- ri.cji. lr, 'ane excused himself spee d
ting aer to accompany him, or even mioi
mi.ig heroi Ins destination. .Mueli as her
anxious leurs were startii'd by this new
shaelow upon her domestic peace, Susie
had tne i.w;oa to uotluvj, but
ineaiiw.nle to tiouble her assiduity in win- ;
,lllU l" 11UiUi: P-'ie.. .m .ei e-
"t availed lier little, however ; at least ,
... I... ...... L- I ...... I I II Mrt.t t. i
niav: him lo Home pleasures. .u ner cu-
one evening in the week Le continued to
spend away iroin her. -At nisi sue was
a. raid lie uugiii ne
enteiiag upon some
but Caielui observa-
course of dissipation,
tioa soon convinced her that whatever sin
mignt be laid to his charge, the love, of
juncture she may have taken her cousin
W alter into coniidenee.
One beautiful morning in July, Harry
seemed in no hurry to go down. He lin
gered reading his new-paper after break
ta.sttill nearly nine o'clock, a id then dres
fcinghiia.se!: carelully in his handsomest
suit of white hucn, carelessly ba le hi. wife ,
good morning, aud strolled carcles.sy up
the Mrctt, ttiauau ox going down u, tuwaru
1 . 1 -. . 1 ... ti... . ... 1 . 1
his place of business. The quiek percep
tions ot ins wile had noticed a strange (lis
quietude in his manner all the morning,
and Bhe smiled a quiet smile to herself, as
sou bioou oeiore me mirror in iicr oa
rooai, arraying herself iu her most 1m com
ing walking costume ; lor urs. Harry V ane
She lilted a dainty pair of gaiters to her
pretty toot, and tightened the fastening
cf her sweetest piir ol Lid glove s, put on
br mo?t b:-tcli?nglonnct, aui then tok
tin last glmee in the mirror to assure lier
helf that there wasn't on all Uruadway a
sweUr or more car.tivutin little woman
than Mrs. Harry Vane, "lie has good
taste, at any rate," she soliloquiicd, "nnd who, to tell the truth was a little absent
that is one good convolution." Hut the 1 minded, to observe the wants of that
little halt siirli which closed the sentence
intimated that it wasn't so very consoling
: After her own toilet was completed, la-
oy was UroseU in Ins richest ami mo.it
spotless robes, and IJridget wa entrusted
with the precious charge and led to tollow
her mistress. Down the street tripped
the little lady, taking the shortest way to
the foot of street. North Hiver.
1 here lay the steamer with llastlying,and
wiiisuc tjiowiu;:, just roauy to convey a
bind of iiappy excursionists down the bay.
Mrs. Harry Vane tripped lightly over the
gang-plank, followed by Bridget and baby,
and tnc next moment it was withdrawn,
and tin; gallant steamer with its gallant
company was fairly under way. Mrs.
! Vane ascended leisurely to the promenade
tle.k, and tliere, apparently very much to
her surprise, discovered Mr. Vane sitting
' in most attentive proximity to a handsome!
! and showy young lady, who was evidently !
quite the slave of Mr. Vane's fascinations,
'Why, Lreod morning, Harry," exclaim-
! cordial tties : "this is indeed a delight-1
' "1 surprise, 1 L.d not anticipated the
uns seemeei so awing lately tnai i inougir.
it might do him ood to take the salt air,
so 1 dressed my.sclf as quickly as possible
and hurried down here."
What could Mr. Harry Vane say in re
ply to this most a.niable and wife-like
greeting? Mrs. Vane was not at a loss
i .ti .i I'll!!:
however to fill up the pause which Lis' hesi
"This lady is a friend of yours, 1 pre
sume, introduce me to her, Harry;" and
turning to the lady, "Mr. Vane's circle
of friends previous to our marriage, was
so vcryextensive that I Lave not even yet l
made the acquaintance ol all ot them. 1 :
hope, however, to know them all in the i
course of time, for uothing gives me great-! ,
! or pleasure than to entertain
friend, i our name is t
" Miss Wentworth," replied the lady
bowing st ilny.
recoueet ucarit.g nany speau 01 you , uut ,
11 .1 . . ..i. . f . ...
11 in ail uii. n.uuc j 111 iiiliiiiii j i.-. 'j
treacherous, and indeed he mirht have
mentioned your name, casually, you know,
a dozen times; and still I might have tor
gotton it. But bless me ! where is the
baby? Bridget, come here."
i, 1 1 .1 11 . 1 . 1 ..1
jjrnigci answered iiieeau; mm juaecu
the blue-eyed little wonder in the arms ot
its delighted mamma.
" Mamma's ji'ecious 'ittlc darling; was
it warm? so it was; mamma will take off
its ugly hat, so s'e will. There, dos it
see its papa-pa; there, so it does; and
knows him too; precious angel. See,
Miss Wentworth, see how will the little
darling knows its father; and it isn't four
t... ,1.,.,., niT-. w.a
,0 ha "? 1 111 oi.ui 1 o, nuiii i in; iiiiim 41-
thorouirbly understood; and it was not 1
or,K unti tl0 story paSscd Irmn lip to hp, !
ai((j HSliw an, titters, and jokes at poor
ily as possible fro.n t!te soeiety of the la
tlies, and walked moodily h. low to the
stern d tiie boat, and there stood contem
plating the last reeeiling shores of Man
hattan. " What the tlcvtl am I to do .'
j,0 solilorpiized ; " to blew out at her like
t M. ,r,Yi . as 1 would ike to would only
Ul0 ,,0V1 aH ! wouM llk0 to Woum only
r;iic a roW ;u,j t-i roiil.ite the story ; and 1
.. . 1 I A' . .t i " 1
C:m't get rid of I.e., fr the boat won't
nut iMrh I M,i. ,,,, iy account
(iail! if the water wasn't so infernal hot, i
I'd drown mvs-lf. To bring that red-
fac;., iMlj, alu,", to,,. Jt is a jretty child 1
,,,,,,,,1, though ; of course, it couldn't be 1
flirt like htr.
Mcmwhile Miss Wentworth, who pos
sessed a deal of womanly tact in her way,
had overcome, in a measure, the embar
rassment of her first meeting with Mrs.
ane, and had entered very atlaldy mto
conversation with her. The bady, as if;
determined to do its nart. was as sweet
tcmpcrr-il as its mamma, ami cooed and
;lll..lfed, and spatted iU hands, to. the a.
. ... . 9
finite delight ot jjiss Wentworth, who
was, or pretended to be, txeevdingly fond
ofpcb. Mrs. Vare's amiability was per
fucty Crisis! ible, and when Mr." Vane re
turned, ho found tho U ladies on the
best pjs,ble k,ms txo am my ikai,-rt M oiiry Tw.
hen the d.nntr-Wll rang, IWrs. ane ,u,f.r. lcf H havc a Ur fix wpj tIlC
rilled to Bridget to take the baby, and j f0ks al airay. This tt.s .uwlrd to, and
rising, rxelaimcd, "Mr. ane, give ymr ; tft0J. a1 wcnt t' oiling their locks, being
ana to Miss Wentworth, at tho sati'clTrr.. 1 , t!in i-.a, u.
timo appropriating the other to liqr own .
u-o. "and we mill hum-info dinnrr.
Thw f-tiff breeze gives ono such an appe-
tite." At dinner, Mrs. Vane's lirst atten-
tiorn were triven to Miss Wentworth, and!
the least failure upon the part of Mr. Vane
' vounir lady, as reprimanded by Mrs.
"My dear, Miss Wcntwcrth will take
some m. re turkey ; Harry dear, help Miss
entwortn to some ol tliese tliiieioiis
peas. Mss Wtntwmth, allow me to as-
sist you to f me ot tins sauce, I assure you
it is de.K'ious.
! After dinner, the two ladies, with the!
! bahv. retired to the ladies' cabin, and i
1 Ilarrv enj yed an hours' immunity from
tnc society ol cuner. lie rcpri-n an m
I enjoy (!) his Havana. L t u h pe that
its fragrance Ferved, in some measure, to
calm his troubled mind.
It was nearly daik when the boat arriv
ed at the foot of strett on her re
turn. Harry called enrti-igo for the la.
dies, r.nd directed the driver to No.
street, his own residence.
Harry, my dear, how can you be so
impolite? We must see Miss Wentwort'u
home first by all means. She has been
complaining o' fatigue
for tho past two
hours, and I must protest against her te-
ling driven a mile or two out of her way on
obliged to acquiesce, and
tlrt lopo tiut H,3 lu tnj(,yPJ t,e day,
and would experience no inconvenience
from the fatigue it had oeeasiotied her.
Ten minutes later, Harry Vane was
stretching his weary limbs upon a soti in
, his own fiuiet parlor. Mrs. Vane bustled
b t j prepared a m
lor her I ivinj i r 1
betrayed hi.u in;
marks ; but tin- i
manner, as she b..;
eup of Bohea up( t.
ed and petted aw.r.
0j(I,rc.sul hi,,, silenc.
Wo i,jm tl, j,,H..J.lnim ,t
That was the last of iL.i i v
eriii". The name o.f Mi
nas never mentioned in it.-. !.'',:- ; f i
save his penitent eeetfes i n, th t
night with his weary head lyin upon her
b'.s(jm, " tStift . i'i'e irrmi'rif ti,n : vUl
, . ! in a fnran-c iu ?" To which Ivt only an
ltrT "tTkflcr wi.j t:ic i:'s u u mu- - - a
1 " " 1
, .(. m. ( !or MPMt tlnn any Bpejch
there was no allusion to his faults
Susie is gray-haired now, and her fail
ing strength is supported by the tender
ness of grand-daughters ; and it may be
that to them she sometime repeats the
story of the woman who wouldn't be
H mint (;irli vs Hair Oil.
At the boarding house where Dave and
his friends " put up," are a number of ser
vant girls, and it is an idiosuieia?y of ser
vant girls, to take their share of toilet ar
ticles such as hair oil, perfumes, &c.,
whil ' they are rejuvenating the apartments ' ,
ot the boarders, itve and ms iriend i,.o-:
ert were very careful of their rpective m
lowers, aim icni: n a courn r way, mui
, ' . r 0 J ' ,
born pa yi n ir extra attcnticn to personal
They were in the habit of getting a pint q't)C j,roten l.-d gho t h ul .-freely s. t
of hair oil made up by the druirist, at ! lH lmmd! in U ios!t!on. when M
. i :..t.. r:...i ,
,011 e- 11 llll , llif HCIC III 1:10 IIUOIl 01 11110-
mg tint a pint of this rostlv li nr oil
wouldn't lat a wee k, ii
nid that all the ser-
vant girls in the hous" enntteo the same j col,,,u ,diug hiai t ) stop. M die
pcrfum; they did. It was not long be-; .0) :m l a'.'ter rera ding his-c..aq.inion tor
fore they eime to a conclusion in theMiiat-!a ,n,nnent. said, with the utmost coolness:
ten Sonne evening, that the hair oil j . c:m't .vtop, friend ; if you are a man
cruise was empty, they took the bottle , X mu-.t request you t iret Jut ol the way
whieh had it, and straight they went toanj lot mo pis; if yeu are tho devif,
the drug store. There was a whispered j c,,.ne ai ,n., a,id t ik'sunnr with me, I
conversation with a Iaii 'innir clerk, and
mixing various ai tides in a pint bottle,
and the following was marked on the pre-
and the lollowiug was marked
seriptiou book as the contents :
Of liac. Asafadida m'.lk of asafcxtidi.
whieli for the information of our readers
we will state, is a highly concentrated cx
tnv t of that delicious" dru" of this 1 oz.
(jf Li(.,t ,r 0tan;
1 rat ill b,r its corn
a fluid slightly
corrosive power, having
ic hair i tf a dog in
the stickiest and gumi-
ic ingredients fluid
Tin's was well "shnck,M and deposited
in the usual placo occtipifi by the Itair
oil. The next day, (Sunday,) Dave anil
Bob dressed themselves for church, and
flur finishing, traveled down stairs. But
tloy C:,mc up another way in a few min
utes, and secreted themselves in
il room '
adjoining theirs, where from a couple of
pines of gl.tsioNer tho door, they Could
i sec every thing that wont 011. After the!
people of the house had goue, two or tlireoi
servant t'irls came into Jve's iv m
44 Whisf Mollv." tin Jil n l.-ireo riil.Iu'id.
r,np o MUtlmr l:iv 1 m J..,,o m,.r.. nf
ql,ito thin in consequence of the alcohol,
lrt a fcw lninn(rf rphcd nya:
Wairra what s nill.s to," with hor
noso turned Kkyward.
"S!.ir; its the pirfur.v' intonupt-Ml a
short and dumpy hpuchtun, vL'.-h u r liair
down Iicr back.
" I'ar.'ii'nc, ind ide," sas tha red he;- ;
u that's not parfumc it's thc'raL Lad
" Mehby." siys dtmpy, " it's the Tatc!i
Chewlv. "I've ha-ard folks fay that I'auh
Lnewly milH u.ire.td.ul at tu-t ; a fers n
j must get used to the Siiiill beforo they
'likes it. Miure, it a a pariume u.cd by
Tiiis a defied reddiertd, and after a
thoroiiirh ih-ii.y;," they left thv m
; In about two hour the boarder came
iiouie irom cnurcn.
" Gi.od gracious
what is it ? I"
soui, .ir. ii., i snail mint: im i my
dear, there mus. be an unclean animal in
the room !" aul a thousand other t xpres
siens were he trd, as the boarders got a
rmII of the Patch ('hewly, when they en
tered the bouse. The matter and tW
mistress of the house were puzzled, con
founded, indignant and in tnueavtairg tQ
discover the locality of the smell. At
the dinner table, there- w-rj not half a
I t t lll.' .l M
j dozen hoarders at the table, and those
who were there were rapidly thinking of
backing out, as the three girls who -.roro
' ilod," were waiting on them. Finally,
dinner was given up, and the doors and
windows opened, the inmates alternately
froze and suffocated. The day was a-dire
one to them, but it soon wore away.
At night the three girls attempted to
comb their hair. The alcohol had evapo
rated, leaving the bakim of honey and fir,
and they might as well have attempted to
comb a bunch of shingles. At thr firt
dah that r d head made, her comb
'At. a::d t!.r.;M-..h the influence uf t'
:l .i . .
e n v
d u -ne
e tin r t
:tii -at f.
e a. xt
t'if .v . Ii
.t 1 ; i . : 1 ' 1
i' v.v ! c. n p.e.
m iMi.iig they were in-tre.-s
that she did not
Laid-he ided servant
!' rn.e I
v. : t . i u 1
trirls, and v.itli . .'.: '.'.:-" they
uarted in almost a sedped Cen Jitioa
Jhe discovery 'or -irr.o ? d - wci?-
nectiou with the transaction was rot
known till lately, but their toiht :.r:i les
have been as sacred from touch as tho
tomb of Palestine,
Perfect !r Cool.
A waggish friend of ours tells the fol
lowing, which we do not remember to
have seen in print :
" A certain man, whom we will call
M , was noted for possensin-greaf-
courage and presence of mind, and hid
the crosiOst wife in tiie neighborhood.
More than one attempt had been nadj
to trititcn .M , without success;
1 but one dark, stormy ever: 1:1;. one of Ins
lmlcr q. Ut ,
;mv ;.,ilf fixta .(i t)je li fi .
1 "1 . ...1 . ,x 1 . t ., j 1 . .
' traostly sty le os-ible, and statior.et; 1 1 in
, 1 1 ' .: . ... ...
sell 111 a lonely 1 1 c ot w - . t io
! had to ras on his wav ... ...
1 JliiYQ HI Slg
ht. ji d came w nst'iiu ; . ! n
. 1 1 . . 1 . 1 . . 1 . 1 '
a uxuii. .uiiaeuiv tae u itiv u.'ure
j confronted him, and in a s-1 ule'ieal vole-.'
hiarrlol your titter "
tr5 TTt r- is a litsny, which, although'
not exactly orthodox, will pass among sin
44 Fro n tailors' bills, doctors' pills, wes
tern chubs, and other ills deliver us.
" From wai t of gold, wives that scold,
maidens old, and by sharpers 'sold' de
44 From stingiDg flies, coal Mack eye.?,
bakers' pies, and babies' cries deliver
"From seedy coat", protested notes,
sinking boats, and illegal votes deliver
" Fryin creaking doors, a wife that
snores, Vonfoun led bores,' and dry goods
stores protect us.
44 From modest girls, with waving curlj,
and teeth ofcarls never mind."
tyThilnre deir," said l iving hm-
nana 10 01s .,.u !pi"i'.
y.Mts his junior, "whit
moving t the West.'"
band to his W.d sponse. w!i was seTer i
d you s.y to
"Oh. Fin di-
liditc 1 with th! idea on reeollet t w.'.rn
fur,au W0Mt oUt there, he was r.s p .r as
we rre, and he died in three year vrortn
one hundred thousand dollars.'
Tiif. IjATrr.it Day Dkmotuact.
" Wo wheel about, and turn about, and
we do just so'
" A4 iTeiy time we torn about th
further Soul h wegix"
Gyy ideighingj Ot'JT nvl.?y.