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VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Bepresentntire m renKTes--H,'6. ByXVYe M'iIi.t-t
utBenator-. HKADUUfY. c ' . , , ,7'"' '
Representatire-X. J.-8WA1M.' "I-t,;ai,u ,(,
Common Wsasvlitdde-'J'. P. PLVLETfomxiirAf If,
Probst Juduer-dUriKrH, KALKK, :h orll cnoi) I'll
Auditor il.C. MOUHE. .,J ... , ,. ,V
lteconler-JONATUAN rlRISfli. V '
I'rowmUng Attormvi-AROH IHALD MAM )4iii Kt :
Treasurer DAVIP FOR KM AN. ..:, I.n!'
WerkofCoiH-tSyPEOKGJE:!.;' a-i' " '
Bherrtt JOHN (jlKJCKlY " l fl!)
Burteyor "i . 'i m ) -!tm !
Corouor WILUAM'D. HKitaNft , s A ,v,
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Cfommissioner J WASHINO'fON KKltfoN, ''''
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Post Offices in Vinton County.
fiVme of I'owt Office.!
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Swan ' ' ''9 o':
Vinton Station "
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T EPAIRINO done to order.'' asMUSICAla' ' 1
alV 8TRUMEN'fS correctly rsoire .- .r.am
h awrrtpeotaclee to auU uU eyes. , ..
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joa. J. Mcdowell. , M9. w. BEtf,
: Panioam. .' ' ; Caswiia.
H. l.ltmDT, ' -'". BiHOIMnl, ! 'DBW WOLF,
. FjarsTij,i p.T. lawasia, t -un naoiio,
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Jtiii: VNisrti Deposit.
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HAVING formed a co-pattnership for the purpoie
of conducting a ' ' 1 ''" ' . S,-.-.
ClJJNEBAl. BANKilfO "ANDa fiXCHANGE
. ...... ... . ...BUSINESS.
an4 with, ample facilities for the transaction or any
business pertaining to legitimate Banking, we fcjndet
mil ismcn 10 ine Diisinespunii(rsuniHiii. : i "i
We BUV AKOeELL EXCHANGE, COIN AND
WONDH. , Money loaned at reasonable rates orttvo
eptable paper. Revenue. HtAmpsalray on' hand
anil for sale. interest paid o titua aepositai.'-i !:
Persona wishing to remit money 40. Foreign Cpun.
triks-ean obtain Urafta at oux Oliloe... ' .', '
February 7,ll)0?-3m ' '.7! ""?
li.J al-Mt'l '
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fl f-M .'McAlHUBi:''OIHOt,)".i ,,1 Ji'r'r;
iri'l- rraotic m the Courts of 8oijthern Di.
" V " "le af Ohto,, and in rhe Courts of Vln.on,
Jackson, and Athens ooun ties.;'; t rr
lOrmce-rSecpad btory of Davis', uljdipg, , on Main
' ' ATtORNENb ' COUNSELlORh'' Uw,'-r
Wlttprnctlce'iti tKo Courts f. Jaokson,Vinton
and other oountief. '(IiIj":,, 9.o'..'n vs fi v
January 14, 1887-taS t., M' t",.:..
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rilANtl'VI'for tlw lrWral fJtron. received tor
f L ' WilWo ut ffut, ha ouM say to tliose de.'ir
. Ing his 'ro(cKioual services that n tnay alwujs be
lomid at hlir Ofnceerl'osideiioe, oaf Mijin, broet, un-
ef jMisent on iirr-fetsioniU iiuiinets.
; I Febriary W.mT-Ty'-''
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CHAS. SROWN.Vel'f;.; n.if. DAN.W1LL, foA,
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Or make ona paDg "of korrow Jess? ''' '
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youreelfamoni the '.'they'',
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jut ) at Aiii mil
Catoh it as il apringr;
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'.1 f BUldU UUlil MilaULUlir, . - -
BY CHRISTINA G. ROSSETTI
: t'tMr'a'.' it', .'ill .'tin., i. . ' . a ' ' . .
xae uiiitjs or toe neiu. wnose 'oiopm. is urionj
v l We re'ia tHey,J iy a'tianrlMi
viae mum we ibub iwij, t- "v u"
tlt. J'l..-.y-'a. J. a".. rvil. ,t 1 i
doth a leaf.
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Mn i.j:;fT JU'
jaijpwa. oC tie air of smaM' account: -'
t,,,,.purG9d dolH wlew' V' "L
Whether "'the fall or inouht-1 '""'1 ! t:'
;iUBuarasPsw.;r Arf AUt
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lillies that do neither spla; nor toil..
ofi j1Taiaramostfair;.,,'l!;c;-; :i7
"i' What profits all this tare.,'
rl t.lh.'l T I
JJ ill V,.1I4 , . a -,r ,
all fta toil? ia9 wk) ?7.ii; hr. :i ;
I Si? -
birds, .ftat laVa ifb barn br harvest'weeka
r.;"?tu8!T0,"?!wl)0W,f 4 r
lrucS'mdrt' OTi'.tatneif eeakW''' h
; i Tofe"" 'k?,,' , r-T" h,m
ttllntiBr &nd fftmo from no condition riBe.'
-V, . ;.V-i.' W
LOOKING UNDER THE
LOOKING UNDER THE BED.
who am not troublod with nervous ap
beaVi'n preheasiueness,' should; b.ayo a g9tont
in iVb onM n1 i)n ii fn hi .. T hanA nP.
flkj-j b;., t. .1.i.!1..,V,u.
reader,-in this narration: thdrefore-l
"k public most partiou-arlytosbear
in'.niind that ilrs. Evergreen is of 4
4,;a5tt.ii it..nr rlhnr annrnhfenRitrit'-ini.
dotit regret it-Regret it?fVrfromtf.
m EvergVeed is not present, und tbem
fm he no tesjtatipn in saying that
if I had my life to .live over . again.M'd
that time-had expired Fred eaitt . lie must
rta1ly- '06,' s he didn't know.wbt:. bis
(berwd-.mo'ther would ' think rtt his
hiih'i. but' -it ended', in hiei re-
, It is tno cabit .ofiHiB7 peraoiii Jo
lake a lock under tb' bod bofote rettriog
MfB. ' Ettrereeti," toy Belorod
eooo- it miyliM'
Oftlled,, jd peculiar . practice,
i not object to it ; ia tbe , Uui so Jong, as
shu - does tiot' enforoB the portormanod
ppn myself , burwhflrf as ig sjmeiimei
case, 8horge it.unt.lBhe;lid5 put
out me light and enaconsed Herself na-
I der the oomfortor: then'-it is hard th'atL
1 u . v wv,v hijv law aw wa a V .
ten'retoarked' tq Mrs. Everereen, when I
bay. won " herprjing" under tbe ? bid.
hlat it.wa ..Billy habit, and, 'tniitl
sooner sbegavia it up the, better.' ''" To this
ientlo admonition mv botter'half invari
I . . .
. L. .a.
' 'JLii,', Eye'rgrce'ti 'what harm does it
do? lrlt,s;a kiodgf aatiaradtiod td know
that nobody's-undor-there. afid tueu J.
dou't thiok of aaoh horrible tniog af.
tar I am : id bed' -. ;! c v:". I n
Tthidk ''my dear', you mi;ht just as
well pursue your investigations further
I very oapiij
VVUinlhe cbuld: mj 6m truite'.i
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by; there's the'bhimney t why , aot, do
rop tht as rell.?' .. .: .- 1
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mi; .-But I oae't leave.oE thehabit.ind
I nevo'r ''will,5;; llVa omort !'to ma to
know that theV nothing wrong' abodt
IK, na i uon i . sea ..9ay.yoaNiuoa1u.ae7
nriva me 01 11. , n..,.v...
v a, 1. 1
I.; So uodorthe bed goo tba candlo.and,
no sigtis or,umaoliy , being.' dlatjove'red,
Mrs. iivergreenjsapio to, repose la, peace,
But, as already cbserverf, this praoautioo
ary jot W eometimet, 6rgotten, aod I am
rrjVadlf obliged to' rise; light the :1a'mp;
and report. I've done it ralher'toord
frequently 'of late than Is agreeiblo, and
have intimuted as tnnch to Mrs.. Ji. vSbe
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'very weR ivergrotni, 1 11 uo-ii my.
self v ". ' ui';-i'ii.K 1
But this nrooeedare is' almost aj bad.
fur she invariably lets the told in on me
bott. itt eettidg out a,nd'"guttihg,;in.' If
it woro t'Ot for increasing -this' mental
idiosvn'erasv on the part of Mrss Ever-
gr,eeb; by giving her some ' good, reaaqd
to apprenena aanger, 1 suouia reiaco to
' "l a T t a I.'. K.f... ' It.
slightly superstitious, and that ' what' 1
have to say must under no eiroumstancds
if for-' twotand-twenty years (that,U;. the
oeribd of our wedded life. and 1 haonv
Jiave,'. they been) if, I say, T bafa 1 for
this long period reirainea irom imparling
the matter to the beloved sharer of jiny
joy and partaker of my sorrows,; eurey
the public (wDicii as we Know always
does keep a secret)- will keep miaje. ; '
All vouna meb. T' suppose, have love-
affairs, before, they eventually Hz their
affeetiobs bd the one who is to bleps their
lot in life. I know, that I bad and I
rt thimnrrh mith tna lull ' annti.
HB. V a.a.a.a.g, H , .. .... ... ' " 7
fn'nn tul eirterienoe1. Dartioularlv if it was
pa aucceeueq ny giu lenu.ug i uo
by menial, alter fb ge8enl Mrs;'. EVer:
?I M ot badMcoking whea l w fn
mv twenties. I think 1 may go farther,
and confidently Hi' that 'Gus Evergreen'
was a deoided favorite among tbe girls ot.
Oakville, and rea!?J believe thai 1 could
have had any. of. them ,'fot the asking,'-
As 1 bpfore .remarked, Mrs; vergTfen
sot present, and I indulce my thoughts
soipewhat more freely than, would other
wise be the case.' ,' I; don'( think that I
oared partioolajly for y of the Oakville
girls,, however, end, I '( might have kept
my heart, whole to ttU day, if it had not
bees .tor the ctroum'ptance wtioh I am
about Jo rem
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VraH Ti!sanrt tvhr. bad " beflH MV , ehnth
a .t. A I'm a tflaSt t Oalr.
HIOUUUI. VittWHf Ul ma limi.l v.-
j.u v.. .m
KSiJtaTl. mlde'iu weekrw.
am0U the tbunif MUb.. When
hU nf rMSW to the
aitUIMU UB will vviramil viu
(uv iuhv tun eiuiuua'UHekv. i
their aaiiett bv i letter add tend-
"ili in ,ij :; . -1 :
matter. was perfectly will, and that, Belle
Bronson had belwitiihed bini out of his
five senses; ' Fred used to'1 out it ob to
(be 'country air and the quiet whiab, was
beabfiu'ug his health,, etc t but it was do
aatt itrying tq depievo me, and I told him
30. Then he' owned up frankly1, and I
procblsebi fa help Trim all 'I"-1 could,-' if he
required any help in tbf prosecution of
bif aoitj'il noer.thought J3ollo a flirt.: or.
that nha, V9Uld -willingly distress any hu
man beio-jj.but sbe bad a way 6f looks
ing'jnto one's eyosas if to'ciptivat'ethbrd
tol beft) ihcre ersobal annscmoM."' At
any rata she" had la larger share of boaox
than other glrlSy. Lut ; all thdir attention
oame to nothing,. I feared it might be
so- witV Fred EvaDs, and warned him" ao
comirgly' 'bdt Fred said he'd 'hlave' her
if he tried all his lire ; that 'without her
life' was naught to him ,', that 'she. , wag
the only living being wbo-had ever awak
ened a real emotion in his breast " etc.
eto. After that 1 said no ' moro,
closely observed tho lover? and : soon
came to the cbnoliision that Fred was by
dq means disagreeable to hor;j Things
went on in; this way without any definite,
. n n .. I , a...!! Ijl.ail a.aalnal . ..4... B.. m -
IvDUIb uuifl A'lUU (uumiau m buuuoi, duu1
mons home on account of his' mother'a
IllnesflT. "When he came baok' to renew'
his Visity he insisted upon staying, at the
OakjillejHotfil rather, than wear out his
welcome at our bouse,, and . finding re
moBttranoes .unavailing, there he Went;
The landlord (hqnost olduDbwnsbyi
wondor'if be yet lives) gave -I1 red at my
sugeestion. his best bedroom.:. JMo, .(!
lam pattigulhr. in mentioning, the num.
berf Be , shall' .have. No. 20,' said
Downsby. 'Any friend of yours, Mas
ter Augustas, 'shall have tbe best 1 have
to give as I002 as 1 i am -lanuiora. ' , it
was a pleasant room; Jookiag put on the
distant Julisrand the , Doauuiui winding
branch oi.tqe Ulackwater but what cared
Fred for soenory 7 he was id the hands
of the blind god, and could not see even
as' far aB his! tose, except in thedireptioti
of Uello'j eoUaee. I used to go over, to
Fred's room and smoke my cigar, while
he, poor wretob,, expatiated on bia suf
feringsdoubti and solioitudes'.r;;Did she
love bim T that was the question that dis
turbed every momont; . of hie -czistonoe,
and to which with the closest reasoning,
he could not bring himself a satmaclory
reply. Sometimes Ire thought a word ol
a Bign sattlod the point beyond, a doubt
in his favor J at , others ' he ' fancied ho
read a coolness and indifference id her
eyes.' 10 this condition of ..uncertainty
bo dared trot press the- question iesi , a
hasty step .mighs bring him to grief, ., .
1 At Fred's earnest solicitation I prom
ieed to sound Belle as to her sentiments,
if a favorible opportunity presented if.
Self, of at any rate to let her know.jn an
indirect ay, that i) rea was languisning
in distress on her aoconnt. and thus give
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herio excuse for unnecessarily prolong
02 his misery, it SO happened, nowev.
cf. Wkt mV services' were not called into
reoui'aitiona' ' Belle BrooBOO. because , of
the. sudden arrival at her house of some
country ceusinB, was obliged to give up
her room her mother's cottage being a
small i one-r-and to occupy for a , single
nitrht a room at the hotel. , Wo would
cheerfully. have offered her guests accom
modations at our nouse, dui wp were in
the same predicament. '- An ' agricultural
fair-iu' the village bad .. brought,. many
strangers v into the plaoe, and our own
ffneata were so numeroui tnac 1 naa giv
en hp'my room to -two of them and, bad
intended' asking, D red ji vans, 10 ie me
pass the night with him.
, For this purpose X, went to' tho' hotel
at a late hour; and proceeded at onbe ' to
Fred s i-oom. but to. 'my surprise found
no nnn thera. I didr.not reven notice
that his trunk was gone,, pf guspeot the
fact, which afterwards beoame.'appaaren't,
that , 'to oblige some fady pueet for this
night 'fthly,' as- the landlord expressed it,
Fred had cpnoenfed to give up 'No. 20'
and occupy a T06td in the rear of the
building.- The gas being turned up I
took a book to await his leturn, and hear
ing at last what appeared to be steps 1 ap
proaching the room, ana uppoing iu
be Fred, in a momentary impulse to play
joke upon him I slipped under the bed,
large and high ode, intending to imi
tate a cat (ot whioh animal I knew ho
had a detestation; as soon ae ne entered
the robmi The door oponod, ; and I was
ftn the boint 6f indulging in my yentriln
oqiai fabulty by giving a long-drawn
miaow.' when from mt biding plaotr I be
held Belle Bronson taking quiet posses
sion of the apartment I "'i.i Ul4 ' i li,
My astoniehment was so great, and the
innaA aF mortification bo intense, that I
Jid not, as I should have dpne.Snake my
self immediately known tq; her. s Thus
the opportunity fot disoovery and expla
nation' was. Jostajr 1 dared not., move a
hair, but hoped . sincerely that some ex
cuse might, take her ov of the room lot
moment, and so facilitate bay escape.
She, hoyevor, looked the door,', removed
the k.eytano, J, mow ,dj jae . pna, .pre
pared to . retire, i l'ioilly she kneeled
dowd by ibe side of the bed, aqd clasping
bar bands and bowiog her, head (so loar-
fully near tomloe.that J could bear .the
doft Words in my very ear,) she offered
up her evening . prayer in a - manner so
full of feeling, and with rsqcl sweet ao
oenta cf womanly tenderness and ; devov
tion, that I folk as if Hhe .waa an attgel
bending over Ihe vHcat of mortals,; .That
prayer went to my heart ; but oio por
tion went through it and held it captive.
Nover shall I-forgot, raj feeliugs k .ar
prise ; and deep ctnotion when I heard
her u'ter Ihese .wsrds : 'Bless my dear
mother, sisters and .friends; bless j all
around' no, and, O God ! bless 1 him I
love, Augustus- Evergreen, . and. shower
down thy mercies -over .him,. Amqn.' .
'Ah', Augusta!1,' said my divinity to her
self, as she rose from, tbe dovotional at
titude, lif you but knew .that I. named
your very name in my prayer, you would
be less indifferent to me I' -, i ,.i ., ; ; u,
It 1 breuthed fhort l before, after this
my breath teemed to desert me entirely,
and I verily thought that the beating of
my hoart would betray did. . LBalle pureJ
as an angel to me thou, tod white, ae a
suoW" flake, proceeded to turn off, the gs
and get into bed. ' il felt her, soft, press
ure over my head, ane shrunk closer the
hard floor upoa which I was extended.
What thoughts rushed through my brain!
above.; me lavidg Vjoung and unsophis
ticated girl wholly unconscious, that the
one she loved lay so closely to her, and
who had for the . first . time boon made
aware of her, interest in bim, by bearing
words' whioh she'eupposed Went bnlyJ ' to
Heaven J I knew then that the eight
must pas away, and the morning come,
and that cell .must, nrst leave the apart
ment.before I codli venture to cl9,nga
even my f twiuoii, . . , .
Bolla had Tain perfeotly motionless for
several minutee 'and wasl 1 tattersd niy:
self, losing herself in sleep, wbou , sud
denly eho fcxplaimed to bersol'Itere
1 have at looked under , tje. bod I' , .
horror, rath tkvanahmA ' all' " 'foal
r -. a .7 . " .....
what should I do ? ' Bel f rose and I beard
her feeling for the matches. .' Sbe struck
one and was moving tbe. gas-lighr, whoa
the lueifer went put leaving all darkness,
again. Blessed relief; .but how brief I
Again, I hoard her fcclingfor the match
el andf trying to light 'one- after 'afibthrr
as they failed to ignite J.1 then. !an .iOb
dear, there are no more IV escaped from
her . lips; , 'Safe I safe' .whispered ' my
soul to. me, and I thanked Godip silence
for my deliverance, ce lie groped - baok
to the bed, but did dot idimediatdly 1 get
in ; she stooped ani lifted the , curtains
which hunt; around the bottom and cau
tiously passed her arm under and around
as fair as It' oould reach. ' I almost felt
her fingers' grsze my face as, I held my
self fearfully and silently baok against
tbe wall, too; far, jutt too far for; her
reach, j Apparently satisfied, that, no
danger was near her, she lay down in the
bed again, I counted hVr respirations till
she wai lost in slumber." ' l1- "
' As for myself, sleep was utterly but of
the question. 1 never was so wide.' awake
in my life. How I lay upon that bard1
carpet and" thought the night out I
thought ' of her, and her love for me;
thought' of myself and my love for her.,
Yes. I was oonvinced from tba,t moment
tlrat'.,lhe band ot destiny was in it, and
that a benign and all-wise Providenoe
had seon fit in thief extraordinary way to
open my eyes to the path of happiness
and peace.. :.: ...f, h.j ; u-. t
j With the morning light fresh fe&rs
came upon mo lost my ucoooeoious
room-mate might yet : peer beneath' the
bed for robbers before eho .left the room.;
but my fears were groundless, r She rose
add dressed expeditiously, for sho was to
join. her couaina at; an early breakfast,
and she he'd . ovor slept, nerso.t. :, When
at last the took the; key, unlocked , the
door, and; departed,. I j lost no time in
slipping out: rof my. shameful. place , of
conoealmentand esoaping trom the hotel
On the staiis I. met , Jf red coming out of
bis room, who exclaimed ,v u-Kii. s,
'Why, what's the matter With you; old
fellow I You look like tho last .. days of
an lll-spenMife. ' And your coat, too
why, its an over feathers and , dust.
Where' 7iae you been ?' ; i. ,. , , ? . .
'Why, I slept slept oi .iatt mgbt ;
that's all. ' Oar house, is fall; and : so . I
had to find quarters elsewhere, I'm just
going home to .dress.' . ,'iiV ' ;' ,,
I should say so, dccidodly. ) 1 see it
ill, old - fellow I You've been on a lark,
add bad to pat up id the . watch house ;
come now, own up sad, tell as all about
it.' - - - - - . - ' ' .
Nolark at all,' Fred ;' no'thiog of Wie
kind,! assure you.'" x-jJii ir Jy
'Well, if ndt a farfe 'ithat kind of a
bird was' ; it? 'From the looks ' of the
feathers 1 eho'uld say it was goose.'- , i
rcrtVt? the goose, Fred. X But-,' leri
ouely, V0 word1 to ''say -' to yojk; of a
most importantnature. -Be a man, Fred,
arid make upTjrdur mind W. hear some-
if-in- -T-iffTnrni.il ''ia aawaiiiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiwi
thing excessively' disagreeable, It mux t
bo Told -you sooner or.Jater and J may
as well tell it nojv : . . . , ,. . ... .,, "
i 'Good Heavens' Gus I how earnest you
look at me ; you don't mean to say that
that anything has happenedtO u Belle '
Bronson?',- -i ; , , ,;,,. ;. ,
j 'Don't mention her namo again, Fred,
or thiok of her any more, fpr'she'JI nev
er be anyibiwg to you. ' toave it from -one
that knows all about it,' that she has
long been attached to somebody elso, and
that eomnhnrly fel-g moon, ttf marry. her.
There's no mistake about it bo bear up
and try your luck, elsewhere,,
I ' 3ut Fred Evans was not to be discour
aged by hearsay.; That very day he went'
to see Balle, determined to know his fate
from her own lips. Soon alters be left
Oakville and I did not sea him again for
several years when, meeting bim in town
one day, I insisted on bringing him homo
With me and presenting him to his old
flame, Bella Broason the paosont Mrs.'
Evorgreeo.: :t ?'57.i.ij r .
'Ab,"Frdd T Baid ho, after dinner, when
tny wite and the little Evergreens had
leff us0 to c ourselves 'Abj' Fred. tou '
served me a shkbby irick when you al-,
lowed me to Jose my heart to the girl you
were all alpag intending to marry your-'
self a very shabby' rrick, one of which
I bever' aaspected yon I' .i at vf..;i i;
' So I had' to tell him fin strict eonfi-.
denoe, of' course, as I tell, you reader) all
about ibe bedroom affair at the, Oakville'
Hotel, and. the .lo've' thai grew bill of if.:i '
LOOKING UNDER THE BED. Miscellaneous.
Value of Coins.
'' la reforEce' to; tee. par value bf rx-i
change,' Which puuloa ao miay people,
morning paper.prints the subjoined com
munication ; , y 1
"Ii:l!ngiani"'22 burjeee 'of pure gold
ire mixed with 2 ounces of alloy, this ia
called 22 carats 1 fine. rand, is valued at
3 17a. lOd. 2 g'r. an'outrce. ' ;
' - Jn , tho. United' 'States' ?0 "ounces 'of
pure gold' are 'mixed with lO omnccs of
alloy cf no value. ' 100 ounces, of poin,
ia worth $ 1,800 46; one odnca of ooiti
ia 'wo- oufc ' ' '
IJfDO buoce "of" pure gold, 1,005 hoe,
is' coined into $20 67-18 100.',;, Jr
A sovereigq of England (new-) weighs
5 dwts. 3 grains,'' (worn ; ones not go
muoh,) and passes for a pound, . .
jBy vho above statement you may com
pute the intrinsic value of a sovereign or
a pound, By the help of a little arith
meiio Vod will find that a pound sterling
is $1 860. 3 mills, and a little over. ,
1 Less than ohe hundred years since,,
one of the States passed a, law that if any
one owed 28 shillings he should bo tW
lowed to settle it with a guinea, which
was called '21 shilling, and weighed 5
dwts 9 grains, :.n yfu! ;
- Since then; the 3ritisb mint changed
the coinage, and made sovereigns of 21
sjhillings..,. ""' "": ' ' ' ;;;
' 21 sovereigns to go for 20 guideai.
The 21 sovereign's 'contain: more pure,
gold than 20 guineas by several shillings.
valuer. if, , (a :. .. ,
. ;Tbe United States (1803) mado ekalcS
with ihe cap' or head weighing 11' dwts.
6 grains, 11-12 fine, $10 ; they were then
more valuable thin siLver; ia 1832 Conr
gross made them a new coinage with tho
hair: c.urlod, 910 fine, whioh are the
eagles that people now talk about but do
no often see; "'--:' -"j ';
And by the changes of tho coin ago of
tho two nations you may see why a
pound was onoe 0 ailed.?! 44, and now
$4 804; 85. t New pounds are worth
$4 86 38 100, if not worn. '
. hWitAT' Thet' M abet, Some young
men marry; dimples $ some ears ; some
coses ; the contest, however.4 generally
lics between the eyes and tbe hair.'1 The
mouth., too, is occasionally married, th
chin pot so often, v Poof partners, these,
you will own. But young men do mar
ry all these, and other bits and scraps of
a wife, instead pf the true thing Such
as tho marriage, i?f such is the aftor life.
He that would have a wife, if he can
meet with one of equal social position,
like education, similar disposition,' kind
red sympathies and habits congenial to
his own, let hint' marry. " Bat let him be
ware of marrying a curl or nccr, nover
er swanlike, or a voice, however -malodi-
oub. .Young ladies do'a.so make some
queer tnatchos, and unite .themselves to
wrnsner?. . . ; . , . :,
, -tae-M.. . . ' ii
4 A little girl, showing her little eoasin,
about four yearB eld ; a atar, said'1. 1 . ' '
"That aUr up there is bigger thca this
world."., "."Vy' vlr 5'i?,-',
,-."1X9, it ain't," said he: ,'; ' 'Jr' '''.' !
. Thn(wby,don'l. it keep tho raia oft?"
t .1 .' .". :
: Jo cure "a. . felon
about an hour..;,-,:
-Suspend 1 by the neck