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f,A"?tr.e";ut. aot h.lnt the nombar of Injar
lW,.rk.d "it.pi, l "a coulll uutll for
bll, naJ ebarfad ar-cordlnitly.
LAMTTBrnt. . .. '
X"TLANTd, Attorney nd Councilor
at t.aw, Pumoroy, O. Offlca In thu Court Hnnaa.
'. b.khT joaa. atT.
II ANN A 4 EAHHART. Attorn-yi t
Uw, Powiroy. O. All bulneM antnuted t rtj-lr
,.,t will rwoiaa prujapt attawtlon. - ' '
TTlOMAS CAKLEfON, Attorney nd
f. .unwlor at bi. omte. Linn Street, aatit aide,
two dior, above T. J. Hu,ltV. Bboe toro. PP"
"a KTl..,rW Hou.. All bu-lnaM anlruat to
KW ro will raralva nrOmBt BUaBtlon.
"8 PATRICK, Physicinn nnd Surgeor
liiwo Cliy. Va. All call l a aountry l"?"Pu"
Bilcuded to. '
'DANIEL it RATllBURN. BHiikets,
lUnk Blofk.raurt-itreol,Poinoro),0. C'tfllactiona
A Kflw aMaMlttH. '
l(H 6 ODS-OKOCKKIKS-M.OTHIKO.
iliXTcTALt'ER. Clotliier. Gnver ind
1W W.la l)lr. t Slora bTi ltonnally
Country Merchant, ar- r.,ptf..lly rnart W
,.U ,:i ox.mlB.u.y .U.A of ttrocrtr.,.. I am
ronll.l-nt ilMnBdtJia andaranld.
BRANCH fe CO., I)h1i9 in Dry
ormr "f Pronl, !
i iTtTai'T. XUmifanuiier of TinwHt
,M Ulrln at.ry Tarirtyof Store, atr.,Curt
mro-t. PomaroT. ,
If brolboraoaanrtamarc plaaiOinf . . .,
- T 111 M IU atlroTT nok, r-i'
la alwaya In exaollont order, - . .
If younic Harry V"e,'f? iiSi-, f.-.f
Tlvatohrriiill awjiraiK- 1S
Aa cborua- lour-lia.iU. t T . ..;.,.. , ;'
Thera'aa baouly tl.at Uvea In Hi f Ottawa, .
Tha'. bloo.na In tba alicltbr of uoiuo, ,
CoBtanteil ta brigblan Ita clrvla, v '
Ann aaa.nit n iii't'n tv rwin
By ull the awm-t atairnof tiealui
pear arothe dowry,
The Up, chock, and brow, hxaa Mean Uktad
Anurabaartod laalden'a trne wellb.
How llhtly ah bounds to tha wblapef
Of lore, when It call for uorcare; .
HowHelf eollalilmaelf In a comer, ,
Aud diea In uupltled deipalr;
Prom her roof. I roe, ahu ((iitbara tba bloaaoaaa
And fruit of lunucaut lifn,
' And the aoiift thiit ahc trilla raid ita branchaa,
- Have never au oche of atrli'e.
Bar eya baa bucn brlgbtuul by oanrerae
VVith niladi tbut mill apouk from tbu pt,
And ovor her gentle Utiuuanor
- Tbo;lowuf roHi.oBieitt la uaat; '
K Ind w orda. and a aaiila or true walcois
Are ruady for ull whoinuj cotuu,
But tba kiudeat aud torelioat are ever
Keaerred for "'1 he dear ones at homo."
L. L. C
frow Hie Loudou family Huratd. -
F1ICST ANDTIIIBO MAttBIAOE.
"Thus you b, my own Ilorlense, that
1 rout leave you. 1 shall provide an iu
corne of a hundred louis tor your expenses.
Look forward consMutly to my teturn;
aud when foituue aaiu smiles upon me, I
shall come back never again 10 be separa
ted until death.".
The weeping wife could not bo com
forted. 1 1 was hard that so soon after hei
marriage, when the world seemed so bright
and guy, and when wealth and fortune
B-milu an serenely upon her, all should
be swept away, ana sue ten tme a Jvne
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window to protect nerseii. ad auounuu
ulrrw.at. ll il rC td With tllfl lllOUUrllt Oi
leaving her. Ilio heart had been bouud up
in iiia iwhiii lful lloruiiise. blitt had oeen
!;s ' was v-
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WnOLE NUMBER 65
Th arriag .wa: strictly -piiv)tej r -f
half Mr, Stanbury's friends, had : no us
plc ion thai she, had. ever married t mil
until she betame his wife,. u i.j ! -lie
took i, her. to a pleasant home, m
comfortable, if not quite aa luxurious,; hb
the one. she had shared with, Mr. Valen
tin; -and all -that shs oould ask for ( wij
showered' upon , ben faith generous pro
fusion. ;TheidwelliDg. two or three miles
from the heart of Montreal,; was Burrounr
ded with trees and flowery shrubs of every
description. Io-ide, these was every com
fort that a living heart! could suggeat.
The. heart of Hortense awok U lfi to
love, to happiness; and tp ace her thus, ro
joiced that of her buBband. : i; . . . ;.i
. . Two years of . almost :U.nmingled bliea
went by; but the. third year commenced
with some alarm for the health of Eugene
Twice had Hovtenae seen him-draw a haud.
kerchief from his lips, which was steeped
ui:blood; and often his nights were passed
in coughing, until nature was exhausted,
and the morning sleep found him drenched
in the terrible sweats which so surely por
tend consumption. , Ilortense struggled
against this new and terrible soirow. ( It
wua the first time that she had; watched
over one so dear to her. It was th first
time Uutt she had seen the effects of this
disease; and hope and fear alternated in her
breast, uni.il at length ahe hoped ; against
alt hope, and the blow came down jnpon
her all the harder that she had not schooled
herself to feel its approach. . .
:! It was hard to see. him part with th
mute evidences of his brief happiness.
livery wiudow where he had sat with her,
every arbor where they had rested, . every
irnannilr urhoBA nllHcl(!8 thev had Walked.
or whose trunk he had carved with her
name, all received a farewell look. . , ,
i;.VlIow can 1 part with you, dearestr he
fl Uiu rxInTut lalll'TU'lT 1'OUnfl LllA
II 111 IXTIt U I UUI liUI WIIQV. ...w mwwm I BOtCU) niW H"W " IJ" " " J . "
I,ii4)..l fn.m Knvhuullh hrilill dream of I mnmit nml Llia- rrarilen. i .J .
his'exlstence.and wheri be had attained the - - 'Eugene! do not wsm-" h aaidr J:
distinction ot one of the merchant princes Myiu will break my Heart. . r
of Montreal, he married her and placed L 'But you must bear it, Hnrtenae. J can-
. I . I rr,l.AB.. IToavan
her in the very Heart oi luxury. not eiay wim you unig.,; ii'
MiKfortunes came on swil wtnge to the t1Rt I leave you above want. Promise mo
l,r,nv nair. On! bv one his Dossessions ilt-nr. that vou will never leave tliis home.
lelt him, and worse than that, others were Trust me. I will be with you in spirit.
t i.y t - xf pV m tMtTir MijrHnort Sash
V.clor. and Pla ilnr frill, will all all ordrra ill hi.
li-t .f .iaM p" iictoallj. and at low rutej, b
id" ro..lK " .ppfyVaa t.hfmMM1.1.1lpnrt. 1-7
STE AM "SAW MILL. Front street. Pom-
IniU crtiMllyonJi"'', fjrMle.
MijRr)0CK.& NYE, Proprietors Coal -
ride Plourlnr. Mill, i
In.; Mill, Coalport. Ca.h paid for Wheat at all
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"KEVGERVILLE 8ieam intst Mill iN.
Mrwart, 1'roprli-tor-haa bran recently rebuilt, and
U now pr' pared to do rood wort promptly. Vj
JOHN S. DAVIS, has his lining M-
chlna.on ., "X.
Ac " VeM .fonalantly on baud, to All nrd-re
ivr1vor in liix nflVtiis. who were less able
to loe than him-elf.. He could not look
tUciite aruund him: for he
l.art a Linil heart, and would not wronir
any one for the world. ' They that lost by
Iiia il -fortune adinlltea tliat air. v uieniiu
was a strictly honest man, and thai is
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irreat praise li-om tliose who are injures
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by a man s ui-iuca.
to call it dishonesty.
PETER LAMBRECHT. Wauhmaker k
Pealcrto WateUea, Clocka, Jawalry d n'
. V'r.-.l " r.-. .1,1,1.1. blow the new Bankln
rir.arpV.VoV."w.tcb?, c.ock. d j..,
r,.n mnnlred on ihort ntle. 1 1
J iirvif lt Watrlimnker and Jew-
rw;, and wboleaale and retail dealer In
lock., Je-rlryano r.nr, u., . .
Hon paid to n-pairlnn all article In my lino. 1 .
1 Here Was Dill a Bingiw m iim. pi - i i;iu raiuo iu iici jot.
! 1 A -l: .1 . . I n.n.ir. I 1 . .1 . 1. A I.ar.wi 1. cl 1. n rl ffwmA alt tfnH
tore tur. v aientin. uBimiiicniiicA , pmutuu, mc uvwcm no ,
1 I I A Mriili n liiarukfutiitn boln 1 a maaninif irk lior I hat no one else could
r , ..... i : - :r.. i .. c L.. kin amuI, I ..iwtAMt.nrt on1 VMt nnnn each one OI
Ol JOVei Illw wile nuu jww.iv.ww " - I uiiucibh,iiu " J .
itors, be seemly emDaritea ior tne isnu ti inese, ana upon ner r.noio. iiia u
promise. Thero was a nine days' wonder seemed written, "the glory has departed!"
as to where he was gone, and to what pur- j It is time to go back to the days ot Air.
i .i t. a:. .A .f il.. il.iMiifhiu I V..l,.ni;n on1 ana wi liai ViBflma of the fond
pwo') , niiu .' ..v cr -. .
of the community as thoroughly aa if he husband aud courageous adventurer. At
i j i j i i I.. nroo aln,u.r. rliatrar-.ted with the
nao oeeu ueau iuu uuuw. i imoi r, u . . . .
.... ! .ft . 4s I 1 t .a.lino will, ITtM'tonAA 1 hut
1 ne Weeping Xiorteiiioej innu' , ,v i uuugiik wjikiutj . ------
another locality; the fashionables who had once the Rubicon passed, he became more
i - ... A.l tl.a I A f.a vhio tia tJiollirllt. Would
Bl I Milieu c,i J o ...... 1 - - j .
house" of the rich merchant never paused I find them together, never to part; and per-
to ak after bi wiie; and lonely anu mis- unps llioj wouia uo an ui iiiica aw
. U I .l.n.. rian.la it pa1 a f i V.A . Httf I oitnttroiiAn. ' . .
t. nae drooped and pined, until the beauty Full of hope, he went to the mines of
HOOTS AXD BH0ES.
T. WHITESIDE, Manufacturer of Boots
and Shoe. Pront Street, three 7
; brlilne. The beat of warn, wi io. -
t men. made to , rdcr. ...
McQUltiGdt ISMITH. Iaiher Dealers
B,.J i.'! 'onrllr.fft,3 doom belowtbe Baiik
A appn.lt" Wri-ncir Man-.mwrniy.' .
phtpnnv R,.llincr-Mi!l Co. have con
lafttIV on aunt, and Tuakir lo order, anpeiior
juud, b, appHcatiou to J"0
iSnAl.l'ORT. alt ConiDanv. Office in
. CooDr' Bulldlne Coalport, O. halt for Co jiitry
i.. Rt.il ikW.lva eenU IM,r lUhel. l-l
SUGAR-RUN 8alt Company. Salttwen-
tv-flra cent per biuhol. Offl.e nrar the Fornuce
j". I aHA-T, Aaont.
P0MER0Y Salt Company.
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II TB ff III" PPf aVn-a.
n A U NKV Salt Pninnanv. CotlDOrt
a " J J '
tblrty-nreaentiperbniibel for conalry trade, l-i
v-v. 1ITTMH1RK.Y. Blackamith. in hi.
new bnlldlnr, back of tba Bankballdlne, Pomaroy.
iob Work of all klart. Horaa-aboaln,dcn aaaeii tod
aari ta antaaii ana auiiiirn, -
V J.YVf AN Painter 'and Glasier. back
room af P. Umbrecht'a Jewelry Store, waat alda
OOHr, atreo,, rwimri'i, v. - . .
uihan ihfl form ia laid in the earth; watch
intf, guarding", if possible, speaking to
Vou." . - -
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. It was his last night on eartn. en
Uie morn broke, his eyes . were closed in
the slumbers ot aeain. .
Hortense wandered for months about her
Kooiitifnl Vinma lika a nei'turbed Boirit.
People are too ap I There was nothing that had been, touched
dt Jiusrene inat baa not a solemn unu n-
n. . .r. , , I
which her husband so praised was changed
?m. rlimnoKR. She never heard from Mr.
Valentin. Not a single wod had ever
r.hterl her solitude since be leu ner. , , jb
month after month dragged it slow
A .ci, -olio llnv hv dav he wroucrht there.
n.lm-inrr lialuhtna unheard of before, but
bearine them with the courage and forti-
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tuae or & r.ero. .vr uciuia unu." iu
word Hortense. It nerved his arm iu the
JOHN E1SELST1N, Saddle, Harness and
Truok Maanfaetaror, rraat ireo,nn,e.
low Court, romeroy, win "" " -truited
to blieara with atBaaand dUpatch. "ad
dle, rolteo ap 1b tha aeBteatatyla. i i 1-W
JAMES WRIGHT, Saddle and Harness
- Maker. nop orer BUefc asd Kalhbaru'a atore,
Kntlaa,!, O. : ; : ' . . . J ' '''
T .-. -. . WAUOK MAKlNtt.
PETER CROSBIE, Wagon Msker. Mul
berry atreet, waat aide, three deora Back
RTiMZZ .lied o. ,bfr.
ii . WW A LEY. Surgeon. .Dentist,
HammerH Balldma; tnd Klory. RMttaaa rTt
at IMAlwiTLMt Li. Ala nMniigH n-iBMiira - - r
VrnfcMl'on prowpily prraroid. ladt'e 1 hi
upon at their rttiu. It dlrl.
i , , . i . ...l,ul I l. tnAo ml.Avn la atmr-lr liis irrih in
weignt along, una no tiuiugs njnvutv. .i., luufjii luiucs nuu y.. -----
her heart utterly eunk within her, and she t,he gold-giving soil; it soothed him when
believed him dead. What, indeed, could he lay burning with fever in a rude shanty
she think? It was better to thmlt so than in the mountains; his thought by day and
believe him unmindful f her, and day his dream by nh lit was still his own Hor-
after dar she watered his memory with tense. . Not a word, however, ever reached
teara of genuine sorrow, as one sorrowo i mm irom uerj uu iwu w
tor the beloved dead. . the fearful probabilities thai arose., to his
She put on the deepest mourning, kept mind. Hortense migiitoe 6ica, sunenng,
her rooms for months, and when she anaiiy might deem nim aeao, or uiuaiunui, .
. . - tk.i ,.ii, in .Viurnh I .u a nAwr he she would . have
her sorrow whs written plainly in the face, faith in him aa in the sun.. Come what
. i x- it f. t. - i r m. 1vi.o ii t r- I 1 aim wmilM not ha nhaken in her
WDlCn, II It IHttl IUDI. KIUIO , nvu.va, d.. v . - -
... r,mt. m..at. deenlv interestinf?. So at trust. . But as he lay in the miserable shed
least thought the young Eugene Stanbury, which held his sick bed, he would have
an Englishman of unblemished character given worlds for ona glanc, from her eye.
and prosperous business, no ew uci i ue peuo uv. - -
church, devised some ingenious expedient J was not forgotten; and as he watched the
. . 1 .i :.. :l 1 . A. A .liininr. fKroltrrrfe tha
to be introducea, ano neggau mr pnoimgc bibh ,ui:iutou, ,bui.ii5 .
of waiting upon her. The lady pleaded crevices of the low reof, he thought that
i. : i?. ,, tVaim.l;r iinrinnu a- rlflad. she would up Dear to
. . . . r I . . naiiiliiiniin . n rl 1 Itim in fiia naarl.
nPnnnVI W IIKI ICCl I llli; Clll ... " ...u. ... a. awm " - - .. ..
a thousand reasons why he could not visit The rude miners were too intenton gain
her. - I to waicn oeoiuo ma ku, m
, i .1 .11 V...n.. I 1,r I 1. stair. ott nirrltta in which he lav
ne overruieo tuena mi. tn.-wujj.. v - , -
to waive all ceremony with him; to consider unattended. Aid came at last in the shape
him as a deeply attached friend, a brother, of a child-fc young boy whose father, wa at
. it i. - : u- .u... 1. : l,a mir.u anrl arlirvaA mother 8UD-
nyintnr;, in anort, it n mnju. i - - -r
. . . l. .n4 NArlnu nn.iul Viaraatf ami -.hlld hv washint?.
ml ilea iobw ner auureniire, m ..v,-, .itvu . -- r , .
A'uK iKa l.rtlfl Ren Cold Bit beaiae
sented. him, watching every movement, and trying
Once having renewed the delicious con- to give biro ease; or onngmg watr iruiu
c r . ..niAAiinr, nwni. she I i.Iia anrinrr : he would bathe his fevered Fore-
found it hard to give it ud for the mere head with his little bauds. A tender nurse
:i: r iW a,.,rM winulrl I Sn.laarl waa littl Ben. and On hisreCOVeiy.
punoniiuaa tea. i I . ' , . . . -
. . w i ... l l 1 . f Tr.l.. .a1a ilia latinrlrau. lmnnV
say ol ner.- inaeea, ane.na.i iunB w r. aicu,m - - --- --fr.
shaken hands with the world, and pa"ed by providing for the boy, '. . .S
from it. She owed it no favor. It had Mr. Valentin had been iichly rewarded
. i., annrlnnr. ' Thm fnr Kia antArnrUa -' God had showered in
she reasoned while listening to Eogene'a upon him in almost fabulous profusion,
impassioned entratiea that she would lay and now he serioubly though! .of returning
i r it. - .1... A ...I kMMm lu.ma ' 'Sumawhat enfeebled OT hie late
asiae nar aorrvw iwi uw au, . - . .
I . . 1. .?. .I.aaauabaii hr.lna, I
ifa, "lillieiW, M wH liar HUH uicmni ivii's ;
'iv-.wiivti ., . t c-
had Uiiaja.paesaga.ia en Auimwau
wau.1 Kunrl fat New York. lie ..arrived
aafely, and tl next hour saw him, n his
P .a, a W a- I . I ' .......a a
way to ilontre!.. e oent. nw vuunw t
tha neio-hbrhood where Hortense proposed
going after hie departure.-. He .inquired
everywhere for Madame Valentin. lo one
knew her. . lie himself was , not . reoog
ni.ed, even when bo haunted (he old places
of business. : .Another name, of. course,
was upon the famutar door; and hither tie
turned hie steps, to eee if haply some, old
friend ,ot lovmer aays augm v
1 .A A l.r . E,n t.h name was Uni'6-
tJWIV.Vft . " -- . " .
mAmiuiMil or m-ALttnded to; be: and yet
tlie perso.n he naked was one whom he re
membered, as plotting aealously to be inr
viieu to fiis ainner pnrneu. , . ..,
Tim will remember me when thev
find I am rich,,'. said-Valentin to himself,
bitterly.-:.: ,r'.- ' . , ;.
He turned into, a by-street, and saw a
'beggar. sitting, jo the sunshine. It was the
most cordial anu nappy lace mai itaii, met
Kia MM mnca h came back. The man
did not ask for anything either, nor show
. . . - . i .1...
lnm the witnerea arm umi hunk s'wj
under his coat; Aud hopeless as the ques
tion seemed, he thought he .would ask it.
AsTie dropped rnoney into the ragged
hat that lay on the ground beside the beg
gar, he said carelessly: "Can you tell me
where , Madame Valeutin lives now, my
man?' : . . ' . , .,. .. . .1
. I used to know her when she lived in
o........tm.i Waa iVint tha in?" . .
vlt waa the street where Mr, V alentin's
grand house stood.". " . ( ;
Sh i irone frcm that house, but she
rt;f not for-irar. old Jack, and nanny's the
rtonitv tiliA haa civen me since. Glad
enough was I when I hoard shetwas mar
l ied again.'. ,
!" oTcUimed Mr. Valeutm.
'Bless you, sir, yes; married to Mr.
Stanbury ; but, poor falyj Ji JiS
Do you know .where she lives now? '
"Somewhere out of town. 1 don't go
bo far now. I am so old: I think it is in
PI 1 wvtia o!tli pt Place. West Terrace."
'rv. numi Mr. Valentin's feel intra would
Ha & imnaiaaa task. IWtenscj married.
but still freel , A painful revulsion took
ia mind, and he resolved, as all
seemed to forget , him, that he would not
yet discover himself. That night he vis
wai tha .nairrhhnrhood of Hortense. read
Stanbury" on the door, and managed to
secure the next house, which happened te
be quite empty, and having its garden ad-
joiniiig hers. The next day he furnished
it richly brougm a numoer 01 eriiui,
KmirrVif. a. finfl !A,rriare and horses, and un
der the name of Richie he settled down to
watch at his leisure the movements ot bis
n.;ri,inr TT rhose all his mivate rooms
ou that side of the house which overlooked
hers. .; ' , ' " . " ;v'.,' .
Tha firat time that he saw he! was in
the garden. She looked still handsome,
. - m - - IT.
but was very eaa ana pensive. xi wuu
txirar1 if it wan for hi a lo: or her late hus
hatiitl Hdt aoob. haoama aatisfied that she
led a very quiet and retired life; that she
Hurl lit.tlA cnmntnT and kent earlv hours.
T . . .t n r S n .v Itnl K. tiufl nlantv of
Xli YV29 cnilj ouiiu, via p j
m . . " . , . .. I
nowers ana iruu in ine erwu-nuusc,
Ha AAnt nome ior ner acceptance, wuu mi.
i;l.;A,a u,mnlimnt.' Aiiain and aiain
l.a ranaatarl (rifla.'And each time with
1IU ,rvwr - - j .
a selection that marked a delicate taste.
TTr,rtan waa charmed with ner new
rioiirliKoi- whom she had not seen.
Tha flnxcora huA been aent several times.
when he added to them a request tht he
mwrht i11 on thai ladvtf. She returned a
. o " r . 1. .
favorable answer, ana unaer cover 01 ui
twilight hour, he round himsell in the
room with Hortense. ' The sound of his
vniiui r.lll haP with iiideacrihable emotion.
l,an.,,A it MSAmhlail that of her first hus-
lCWIIK. "v "
band; but she persuaded herself that it
r . St . r j 1
was a xancy. one tuunu ner ucigiiwi
. . . TT . j: j .
flgrceaDie anu attenuve. zie mu uui ""tj-
ft onff nnnnrtnnitV -of beintT with her.
tiaraWV AnA ! CT A T.nfT. Mlllll Ult'rkllrJI . UI1U
V"jr aw---w O o -
n(tn hit. vn!i?A would thrill tbroULrn the
sour of Hortensa, like ft remembeieJ lay
from nome rar-on lanu.
inoAnsihlv aViA-wna hecominiT interested
in him. He had told her much that wasi
H ue of his post life; and openly mourned
some beinsr whom he said was lost to him
he did not say oy aeain -dui uonense
Baw it in that light. More and more ten
dter crew their intercourse, for the lady
seemed utterly to aisregaru ma ouaio,
until clt waa acarRrlv Bumrised. and cer
tainly not offended, at receiving an offer of
-' six wi nlonA in tha world: she had 0O
one to consult, no one who had any right
to blame tier ior trusting vi one 01 hwu
aha tnan so litilo. It was her own risk.
and she accepted him, frankly telling him
,1 . 1 T T I 1 I
how wen snenau joveunim wiwu
r-.m f,a- cTrr V f and nrnmiainir him that
she would try to love him as well.
-' Xur. vaientiD, exuitea greauy in wua
answer, and oame near discovering him
self; but he had desired to delay it to a
certain time, and he checked himself -in
time." The weddingay was appointed
and everything was in, readiness for the
T. wkan.MM a m.im TTn via., .a
occaaiuiii iu CAoimi'gi" j "si
looked fixedly iat the one which the bride-
imiAm nraVA liar ft avaa lliM tuir nmr
which Wr'.Vale'ntin had giren, her at their
liMt Weddir.ii r' She fainted' on; lie spot,
and be bxH (o think thai he had carried
msttera teofar.' jIHs .hung'ovif,he.wnh
an anxiety.' such aa.,he never knew, before.
If she had , died pow , bv. hw own folly,
what Would become of him? tie execra
ted his scheme, arid repent ad" even' wkh
tears that he had been. Jed. 40 pursue if.
.But Hortense awoke to life, awoke to
tne new joy of bis presence! to ask hie ror
tiv'eness for' the past.' "' and' inapire 'hew
hope fop tW future. V There had boen o
irvan1iah.)a att ranliin.' tAWanl him aa, liar
porta from th-ir, first interview end aa sh-
; .u:.,i IJ. ti. :r.t liinus mtA
!ai waap Mrespeiut .
. . ....
had pa nts memory . ,
As Mr. Valentin predicted, the inhabi
tanta of Montroal. aa aoon an tTiev found
out his wealth, were happy to make his
acquaintance, and reirtember him as an
old friend. .With, the true Spirit of an
a -a a f 1, .1tl l.-
nonestman. ne ias itquiuatea nis ueots to
the last farthing; and now, with hit slill
beautiful wife, hei traveling thiouh Ku
rooe. hainy as any coiible can iiosslbly be
on their bridal tour. !.-.:.' .' , -i .! f
1 l JaCxuiatMNlteH vt TTeucliera. 1
",: The ' following te ehe! questions pro
pijhded fof wriltefl answers. at the meet
ing of the1 Board of Examiner', at Peuoeroy,
on the tstof January, lOSi. '
AMTHMRTlb." 1 " " i
1. vh,ai i vuanutyj
' J. What is the ditferfnee between a
quantity of Magwkade and a quantity of
Uultiivdef.i i !..-. i .l.-u ',
,..;3, What is the djfference between an ab
stract unit and a concrete unit?.
.4. If we multiply the' 'divisor by any
number, hi') 'will Hanecl thequotient? .
" . . .a : II.vh Aa won vaduba dei'raes ot. lunci-
l,-i,'iiy n.. ihiw I - -- j - a T
wlih Jt imM she . ( What ia,a r jtos; rnuroWJT . -
7. r ind the greatest common uivmr im
ei ami Tt: ' ' 1 ' ..
- 8. Kind; tlie jlenst common multiple of
, -;9 Wishing .to obtain from ,bank 8500
for 60 days, loi what sum must 1 give my
10. Reqnired the stocks of A and B
. . ... ... a va Ci a aa. t . . .
A's gain bein 1UU ana O s nu
A's stock 1 76 more than B's. .;,
., ,. OIOSRAPBX. . .. . , ,-
I . How many difle.'eot hemispheres may
2. Whhth are the four largest Islands' of
.... ... a - '
the West inOh-si
3. What are the Grand Divisions of the
Earth? :-' ' ' ' ''' ':
, , 4. How is Oceanica divided? , ! .
F,. How in Asia bounded?
' 6'What' is the distinction between
rriiiiaiianiir and Deism?
7. How many, and what are the Zones?
... 8. Wha' ia the cause ot Uio.succjbiou
of highland day?. ... ... 1
Q Namn all Sen touchinff Asia.
' ' 10; Into what several heads is the gor-
. . . . 1' .fa .
ernmenl of the United states uiriucu.-
' Henry Ward Ileeclier.
A lady of Mr. Beecher'S' congregation,
AuVusta Moore, lias just published a col
lection of memorable sayings liom his dis
courses, with some remarks about the
man. ' ' We take from it theVfol'owi.igf ' '
.. . . a . 1 1. A r 1, 1 1.: , e u
' Aimougii Air. jjeecuer iiuuoeii aeiuum
spjieais to be in much haste, titers is al
wnvs an air of beiriir in-a hurry about his
clothes and his hair. They ' manifest in-
tpniiotift of rroinfr forward, whether ht
goes or remains standing still. His heck
is so short that he never ventures a etand
inr un cellar. This. Drobablv. is iu con
sideration for hia ears.
One very remarkable singularity in hia
face is the utter incongruity between its
front and its side views. Upou being
lohl that Iia vAftf-mbled Henrv Ward Bee-
cher, a relative of that clergyman replied,
laughingly, 'I know thai I am said to be
like him; but 'tis such resemblance as a
sheep bears to a lion." Now the, fact, is.
were that humble-minded relative ot the
fumnil 'lion a iri-nat r1ta more like a 'sheen'
than he considers himself to be, lit might
''bear striking resemblance to his cousin;
for though when he 'turns full towards
you, in the heat of discourse, Mr.Beecher
frequently does present the appearance 01
a lion, it is next to impossible for a per
son of an imaginative turn of mind to
view his. tr'Ju4 witiifiui.Jeingstronglv re
tiiihded drvovtne races, seen ano'pernaps
loved in the - days and the yeara gone
by. ,. ,-. . .,
Whan not in a 'brown sludv.' Mr. Res
eller's manners are the most free and ge-
nisi mat can o3 unngineu, uui coij j -ri
seems to render him more and more ab
Paonla aru someLimoS hurt and
offended by his indifference and forgelful
ness of them, when he is utterly uncon-
- " . ' A - 'I.:. A
rcious OI all outwara uiingn, nueiii upon
his next sermon 01 lecture; for he makes
hU sermons in the streets, in stores, in
lumber yards, on lerry-boats, orwnerever
ha mav .;hanoe to be. And it is plain to
be seen, that a man m the midst of sermon-
mnking cannot be very thoughtful in his
manners to those who chance to pass or to
pause beside him.
lie is not a greater man, not a more
toarnorl man. not a. better man. than manv
other ministers who never can keep people
. . . . . . 1- . . iri .1 .
awake, cut lie u more anvr. t ht, mem
is intense life in all that, in desk or pulpit,
he doe6 or says. What wonder that he
who is oo vivhl there thoftld sometimes
eog and smoulder when the excitement of
his work is over. ,
'Mr. TWM.Ar i a sound and vitrorous
man, physically; but he cannot last always
he, as well, as omers, must, oiej anu
where is the material that shall live after
him that shall show to the future world
that a man once lived and died?. He is
nns firtv-nix vaars old. and not vet are
nrenared the witnesses which shall speak
A 1 . . . . , "VT, .,
fn.r liim a 1 1 a 1 Iia liaa rronA nencn. ruil
measure, pressed down, running bvet, has
his life ever given; but will he b of their
number whose dying is but an endless
multiplying of their life? His sermons,
matchless aa thev are. are seldom fully
writ.tun out: and no mortal hand but his
own can properly retouch them Hitherto,
1 I . -...- Z nnn . . laA Inl.li.ua
ne uas not, cxwjjv iuuuww v v iiio...hU,
.livan fo ih world ntoof of What he la.
Iii his pulpit on hia own platform he is
seen and known known to such as have
liaionml to him' often for no man can
judge of Heury Ward Beecher from one
or two sermons, rio crystal wss ever bo
many sided as he; all sides 60 bright and
. - . . 1 .
pure; but abroau, wnere ne goes iu leamic,
il,ow nairhar p nor hear him. '
" .-. - ---- - . ,,
Henry Ward lieecher came ot a gotwiiy
aZ- a. . . B .. 1
stock; Welch blood, wuu us poetry anu
music, flows in his veins. . He is indeed a
noot- thourrh it is not known that ever in
rr., .... 0- -- .. . . . . . . ...
his life he made one line to rnyme wim
another. But get him before a fine paint
ing, and see the poetic frenzy that comes
muchtily upon mm mere. .
, He is not much gifted with prudence in
the use of money; and is so generous
towards those that nave neea oi nis am,
that, aa a rrnntleman of his consecration
remarked, when there was talk: in regard
to raising his salary: '1 nree tnousana tio
l..ra a tour ia. aa far as hisown interest' is
concerned, just as good as ten thousand;
for he has nothing now wnen tne mu vi
the year comesj and he would hare no
more men. ' -
' aC3T"My. brudders." Raid a waggish
colored man to a crowd, in all affliction,
in all ob your troubles,- dar is one place
wli.r von Aan alwava find sympathy.','-'
"Whar? whar?" cried several. . ''In de
dictionary." replied he, rolling hia eyes
i What ia Knrrlish Grammar?
- a . . . ,, .
2. Into how many parts is Grammar di
viili.fi and of what does each part treat?
i3. What do you understand by . ''Parts
of -speech. T :
4. I low many parts of speech in Eng
K VVIint. holonrrft to nouns? ' '
6.'. Which aro the priucipal parts of a
verb? . ,
r-r' T1TT Ai-im manrf)a a apniAni'A
how 'rfo'you parse it? , Parse the words'in
8. What is a defective verb?
9. "Delightful tatki to rear the tender
thought.?' Parse the words in Italic.
-lt. , foie .do mou fed lo'-dayt I feel
badly. Correcttlie errors, if any, aha
parse the words in Italic.
'" ' ORTNOORAPHV.
Starling, Philosophy, : Ancient, School,
Teachers, Institute, Success.
There were present fourteen applicants
-ten males and four females of whom
eleven ' received Certificates nine males
and 'wo females and three were rejected
-ine mate' and two females'. "" The suc
cessful 'caiididates!'receiyei Certificates as
follows: '"' One for twenty-four months;
four for eighteen months; three for twelve
months and three for six months.
One applicant answered the third ques
tion in Arithmetic, as follows; "An ab
stract unit, is one that presents a unit" ah-
stractly, and a concrete unit is one which
presents a unit concretely." .
Another, the sixth in Geography in tnia
- - -i i A-l . , .1.1 it.
way: "One believes in a voa anu
other denies it.'
Another dispo&ed of the ninth in Gram
mar, as follows: "Delightful is a adverb.
modifying task: Task is a active transi
tive verb, 6ca. " To is' a preposition; rear
is a verb, &c. Thought is a noun com
mon neuter gender, third person singular
number,' objective case."
And another the tenth ill Geography,
in these words! "The Government of the
United States is divided info two heads
Republican and Democracy, there ought
to be but one'
' w. H. LA SUE Y, Clerk.
Armti lmr4aAttiaanf,i OMl'4Bia
muraua a eia uitiia. l CaOtCaaa
V. Uarcla n II-xlc.. ( .'
iki. i.... (f..ji
A ill-. Tirvu wurt iru uuuer umi.
during' the War with Mexico, as one of his
interpreter and, nfter the army - left tlie
country, established a college .or. high
school in San Juan de Jos Z,lano; he never
iiltArfArh4 iviiK rir.fitia riir. it' waa aiifTl.
cient that he was' an American, to bring
on his head such ireMtmen. froaw the party
now irt power, as eren lbs Aigenne pirate
would have been ashamed of... 4 By he or
ders ot Gen. EchMo;ary, he was seized and
thrtluf into am nm 1 tAArekl Wv lOAri aa 1 lit mili'a
Viu aai a aa vv a w a a w .aw I aa ' w a m wwr waa
deraraatn highway robbers, where he ic-
maineu ior inree tiys-. was iiten compuna
to make av forced taarah et 20 leagues frora .
o:lskTS7Tf. lo O'clock' P; Si., to r
tne -camp 01 wie vanra, anu tue ur m utij,
at tha. hntlla of .Sari ta'ftalarinl.' ha and thS
other prisoners were forced to march with
., 1 . . .. .A . . -..A .
ineir arms toiaeu upon tneir oreasts. in tne
front of the column, which was stormiag
i ' . t , . i 1 1 i i
a mi i occupied uj me uoerii pnrtj..
After the battle, one of the officers rode
op to bimand said: "How dare you look
at me, nnkao ttrajo." and with that
drew a pistol, and had it not bc-n for lbs
interference of another oflit:er .he would .
have shot him ; lie waa then paraded
through the streets of Orixiba'as one of the
prisoners of war. ' At this time our friend
Thrasher passed through Oriaaha and at
tempted to , obtain y his release from Gen.
JU-'heagary, but the Genera! refused, stat
ing that he had beard that the prisoner
was a 'dangerous man. , He wns then
marched to Puebla with other prisoners
and on arriving at that city the mob broke
through the line of escort, and, had not
another body of soldiers assisted their
guard they would have all been torn to
pieces. Here he was kept in close con-"
finemc-nt for two monthfi; and' his health
became so seriously injuied that he will
probably never reooyei . . He was then set
at. liharrv. wil honf. a trial, or even anv
... .. w. .j . - - - ' .
charges having been made against him.
Wutvrinc Sheep In tVIHtcr.
; That sheep can do with less waier than
other domestic animals is well known.
That they should te forced to do with a
less quantity than they desire, or compelled
to do without any except what, ia acuiden
iu11 Rtihnlied bv nii-ltiiitr anow or rain, no
. j rt -j a
reasonable or merciful man can believe for
nna nmoiunr.- In some exDeriments on
South Down sheep, at Rothamatead, we
found that in the summer months each
1 ni. 1 1. ..iu. t.i,ila .,f r1ikirai.liv. n nrl
drank about six pounds of water daily.
Thinking that they drank mte than was
fgrnrali lor t he (leDOBlllOtl ol lab. we lB-
fined them to a less quantity of water fur
one week. 1 lie result was wia ouring
. '. 'a a a . .
that. iim thev ale less toou ana lost WCliTlll.
This result satisfied us that Bhecp knew
I-... - -- . 1 . 1 V ,-. . . t. tia war. ...Ittnl t tkA
Or LLC I tillltll IIIMII, HlWMklT 11,
iau mm, i walar the troairca. i - , .
. But we need not quoie experinents.
Xlie common rnse oi every man teiio ojio
tliii chu.tv an wall 'aa " all other animal!
should be abundantly supplied with good,
- ,, ", r TT:i-i
Iresli water, 11 uows ana aueep, n puwuw,
ah.kiilrl hava fre uiwu to it ati all times.
For, unlike the horse,, they will not always
drink at stated times, however regularly
observed. "A well, "pump and 'troughs
would Seem, 'therefore,' to be necessary ap
pendages to every well-managed barw-yard
or sheep-fold. Kind reader, set on . this
matter, and your aheep and cows will blesa
you, if hoi in words, at least in wwl, milk
and profit. Genetft Fartme r.
Absurdities uuid Stupidities. ,
Walking along the streets with the point
of an umbrella sticking out behind, under
the arm or over the shoulder. By stopping
suddenly, to speak to a friend, or other
cause. person walking in the rear had
bis brain penetrated through the eye, in
one of our streets, and died in a few days.
Stepping into a church aisle, after dis
mission, and standing to converse with
others, or to allow occupant of the pew
to oass out before, for the courtesey of pre
cedence, at the expense of a greater boor
ishnesa to those behind. ... . .
To carry a long penoTT in your vrrzi nr
outside coal-pocket; not long since a clerk
;n Kaw York foil, and a lonrr cedar pencil
so pierced an important artery that it had
r f i. - e i.
to be cut tlown upon irom iij
shoulder to prevent his bleeding to death,
with a three months' illneas.' . . .
To tak exercise or walk for the health,
when every step U a ding, and instinct
urges to repose. . - "
To guzzle down yiasa alter git v.iva
water on getting Up in the morning, with
out any feeling ot tlurst, unaer tne im
pression of the health-giving nature of Us
wanhiug'-oiit pualities. . ; , .
T -ft Uwn io a thet and "force" your
A V Dl VA V ee v - . ; -f
Rif toat when thera is no appetite, but a
positive aversion to food. '"- - ." " '
TO take a glass OI soaa, or aangarce, vi
mint drops, on a summer day, under the
belief that it is safer and better than a glass
of water. . ....
To AAortfvmize time bv lobblrtff yourselt
of necessary sleep, on the ground that aa
hour saved Irom sleep is an nour gamma
for life, when in reality it is two hours ac
tually spoiled. Journal of Health.
A Uaird c?nac.
The Cleveland "Plain Dealer" says: '
Wa aiiinAEiii tK other dav a scene
which, OchI grant, our ryes may never eee
again. A young man was sentenceu to
the Penitentiary for one of those acciden
tal crimes which often arises in the heat
ot' passion, for instance, when under sever
provocation a mau loses his temper aud
strikes a harder blow in self-defense, per
haps, than f.e was aware oi, uu a man
slaughter, aceordiiut to the law, is made
the crime. He appeared perfectly willing
to suffer the penalty which the law lm
nnAAH anrl which was the Penitentiary for
a term of years, but it so happened that
a a a3T C ... .la.
he was not the oiuy one tvo suiter tim buUU
nenalty. He had a young wife, and he
a - . . . nil . 1. .1
was 'all the woria to ner. a ney uau.
too. a youna child, a darling little b.y
tlnee years old. When he came to bid
them a final farewell, as he with other
rii-iminol (vat a alout to steo abo.trd of the
cars in charge of officers, on their way to
. . . : i . l I
(Jolumbua, it was enoiigu to reuu ihb -strings
-A the strongest mind to witness
the struggle ot lorce una aiiecwou w
tween the parties. He kissed his wife
lIt little emotion, evidently
usinir all his fortitude for that occasion,
&. . . .... i i . I
but when his little ooy was orowgn w mm
with arms extended for his wonted em
brace, he found his father's feet fastened
together with irons and his hands mua
cled behind him so that he could neither
help himself or take to his arms hi only
child.. : This brought the water to his eye
which up to this time had been swelling
up in his heart, and the tears rolled' down
his hardy cheeks in a perfect flood. Ona
such scene haunts: ua for'a lifetime.
When will the sons of men. lean to do
as they ought?" !
3r"Lw; ma. lrere-'e - a - heagle."---Mamma
( reproachfully ) V A heaglel
Oh. you hignorant gal-, Vy t's a howl."
Keeper of the menngerie--( respectfully)
"Axes parding, mum. 'tis an awk!" .
' ,5 1 . i a- m ' ' ' '
9-Th ancient Greeks buried' their
dead in jars. Hence the expiweeiuat, "He'a
gone to pot." 9