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'i VOLUME 11 ;. ; Jl'ARTliUIl, ' ViXTOX t(itTi!!Tt'i.',OIIlO: 'THURSDAY, KOYEHBER 21,: 1867V : - :mniK:
Democratic Enquirer
" ! pJBI.I8III!D BVKRT THURSDAY ' MOHN1J.O, BV
1'.,, 17, w. nowcx, kitb'an ptotattTOB.''' ' '
; . OFflClALOBGAN OF VINTOH COUNTY
' '' OFh'lCEIn Dodge t Building; over fimtltind'i
Store, cormt Main and LocuH Slrtet, -att
;;; :,: . '-" 1 0 (A" (7aur Hont:
(IN ADVASCB.) .,'.! ,
ttrifi ifrny, ntifk - $180
One c"iy, ix limniliS T
On eov. tlirco iiiilli"t '
r - Fiv i'(lpi't, if i vr, to im Pot OfBuc,-. f ,- 0 HO
"'"T-ll iMipit'H. mill ypiir, tonn lost i)rtl,-,J - .ldWI
. Our It im rn lire pnyiiuml (. be umde siuicitli
' IK AllVANi'K . ., ' '..I! ' i . , I ... ""
A twin N aivo mHiw of n ivimIi to discontinue t
' tin' nlore nl th ) ii"iu culfcnU'd lur, will b cuiiMii
' ero I now P'ltfiii'iiicut i no W will I ln
' onnliniiKit imH nficrnll urrinit- 'hall bppirl. "
.! i PnpiM urp Ji livcrcil ihniiiKh ih iimil frei of pout--.
:, wiiliiii ihe uniiiii v, nn.il, flrw (0 mil'snnbors
I v iik in lliu minty,. .tliudu iiofioltic ih uui at the
v ' UMMiulV. I ..( ' .
: TKK.US op ADVERTISING
1 . .! Uiii:niiil)-ii, or tlio ). oanpieJ
. l.llr nilint', II)hW our yimr, .,' .. , , ' "'
n Mpmro, one iiiMM-lntii, ' ( " ' 51.00
K miIi nlliuiiiinl ihM'rtiun, ' ' ' ," M
. Ail tnipsicnt lotifrtlsinj for n sliorVt fr!oil than
. , Dii' ui 'iitli.s .ilwiwlut the itlinve !'.
' ) mils V mux. H os. ' It mo
l. ooliiiiin, ,' .' S '0 bin m) fir.oO ,
'J ,;imiin, " " 1 '' 20 ' - " 40 IK)
."ol'iinn, , " 0' '16 mi! 'i'i 4.i no . ; . 0 on
4 i'.,!i,mii, 2000 WOO 611 h0 Sl)0
i'usii,f. cor'b'i.fi'ntn li'to 1(1 linen, per unnmi t no
I).von Ni(U( !T, DotrKileeitiinjttj liafa, (in 1
A'lv.inoe,) . t;-t ,t
i: h nililitiii'nul 10 ' 2oo
AltHoliioent Mu.liiTN, Im mlrcf ,) , 8 0
AJutinirttralor'n, or 'K.xecutoi'i rvotie, Oil
k wiviuicp,') .! 2 00
' Noticed ofTininwHy liiifbiiidn or Uonblu
I'lice, ntvl in ailVHiioe.
l'' 1 Noticed of Lit'ullif, fi-ee. Marring Notiowii ttconI-
' 'lug to tho liberality of ttie pitrliM. '
:; Notioaj in Hie local' coluiuu, lc cent! put lin for
. ' mqIi itiMrtiab.
.tjne of'tinlitirnl mP.elinm.fre
: ' ''BUSINESS CATDS'
BijAonsMiTH:, ,;
Gold's Old titdnd,'iitiurthe Steam 'Mill,
' SlcAltTlllIR, OHIO, :'
I propuro.i to Jo all m.iu lor of 'Uactt-Hmitliins;, !
snob " . ; ., . . . .
' ; 'Hint Shoring, '' ' ' -4-
' '.' , 'Jrtuing o Bi!ggit., '" ', ,!,
M aggoui,.' ' ,.
" -' -:. 'Jr,.J,e-. J";
i I IK-- rn innf .sii an. I rpa r of H lcimiK4 Arl'
' r. ilt'irAl l.o.MB nmtn ko.1 tvU ThoIk. All work
tl't.ia in u-wtnniml iniiiint-r nnd wsrrimted. li
,. ilIJI. WM M0KI.I..B. A.WI'.HHAier n.WAEOHTER
I A M 1 ) E N F( ) U N I )Il Y.
H A M D E N;, 0 H I 0, ;
i ; ' aASUMCTVIERII or ' '' '
STOVES, CASTIXOS,
H01L0W WARE, ;
'17'"' 7 ' ? Ji
'l AU .Kindi of Cattnt and lied Fasleninjt,
ZV,cllinor, of nil
nUK Wsra Msiiufactdfed in tho .t'oundryis Hold
- X low can ho Donjjnt HiHliy SlHTKot. : '
,.' lanl Office nddross Reed's MilU, Vinton County,.
May ltft.1307-ly ,,; ,
(UN INCORPORATED,) ......
mo Artliviy, OHlo.
sTOOKilOI.DEES: ;1
' ' J3.J.MclJUffKU-. - ' JA8. W.IF.UT,
.:!. '1'BIMIOKRT. ' " ,,! vCAMIIBR
n. . msnv, . b. b. D'-tiim, anbbhw wei.ir,
'll. P. AVBTIK,' " . V. BANKKI.II, ' ' IHAK IIIIONU,
' ! ' 1 A. A. Al'BTiNi 1 l'"'-'.
J1A XK OF DISCOUNT A S D DEPOSIT.
1 1 A VINO formed a co-nBitueraliipfor tha purpot
XX ffcoinliKtuig a
QKNERAL BA-NKI-Ntf AND i EXCHANGE
' ' ' ' U 1 NESS,' ; ;;
. n(J with ample f.icilitics for the trnhiactlon of any
liu Jos pertaininn to legitimate Hanking, we tender
sin aeiviici t the UiHiiesspulJic viuerallv.
Wa imr .tSD'BKLL- KXUfnSUK, cms AND
' IIOMDS. , Money loulieil ia,nimimble rates on a;
t iepiabe papur Kivaiiuu tampd always ou hand
. I an 1 furHaUi.: .Interest paidbn tune deposits, f .
1'or.soiia'w '.Mn.nito reinit niooey 'to ForelgnCoBn
tries can oiiMin uraita at our unice. i
Kebniarv f,lITly ' '' ;1
'. "OllAS. lfrtU!iVN,'Pr i, lbA.X:VlLLi'Ceuk
,.V.II.L.15it()W"&Ct).,
33 A.nMTSLEn.O, .
0nt Door Well' 'DatiivWill $ Bro't Store,
' iV ' 'Side Main' Street,' "'''-
McARTHUE, OHIO,
. 10 AGENfillAt BANKING, BVSINEgSi
J j Deal in Exchange,. Government SeeiirU
ties,' Stock, BOJdd, Gold and Silver, fto'd i
;t: DeposUe jeoeiired.;',, literest paid '.OH time
'' deposits. ' ''-i 'Hvnnt .iff , n.-.l iim '
l':, ColleoilonB made at elf aooeBsible pointf
aha ITnit.eil Slatea. '',':. "'"! I ..
;- United Ststet Revenue Stamps foitiaW.) , ,'
... , All business done On the mod liberal terms
''land with theutmostpromptneefi,';;;1! ',
: -. reDruaryxojiinu.-iy:.n juici..!- i .i imij ... ,., ' .
-- H, 0. MOORE,
'i' ji.-.
PHYSICIAN AND 8TIRQKON,
? all BM&yj&U$;l$nto'.'' -
of lire teArtveflers hia pro
ft A rocinnai snr.tlatts to the eltiaans. lof Allenaville
i TTTPrt an abs
mi
i a"d surroundingooantry,
JOIlC.tl 'TEVEKSOS.Ja'I ,
ATTORNEY AND"- COUNSELLOrt T LAW,
WIl.t. practice in the' Court pf '.lackton, Vmt
and other eouatiet ; ' "l ' i
January ,WT-f . " '
f;
ARCHIBALD MAYO,
Attorney a.t Xio,"7fr,
(PRD?ECUTItlG 4TT.0RNEY.0F.,VIWIiCqUNTY.)
MoARTHUR, OHIO,
WIl.UlMndJrntmptlyb-.nl lenl buslnen en
trusted tnhiit cure in Vinton and Jackson coun
ties. -OlfiQe 1 Uodilridjje'n .New Bnildlnn, Bonih
estcornor'Miiinitnd Market streets-upntiiirii. Mr.
Mayo lain partnerHhip with Porter IluHadwny
Jaikson county, who can nlY bn fnuud. during
vai'ntion, at tlin office in Jackon Ohio, . ,
" MoARTHtJB, 1 OHIO. '
WII.Ij prnctine in the Courts pfVinloq, 'Athens,
and .lauksori Coimtioff; also, in ' the United
Htales l?oiirt of the Southern DiBtriotof Ohio.
(Hrici seooodHtor of Dayi'.J)liiliiing, on Main
r
aireei. ,i. , -Jammryit.'lSCT-tf
I'
.V011'IlUiStIl, Jr., r
CO W. FOCltTH CiNCINNATi' OniO
i ,!., . DBAlES'lS " -:
SHEET "'::MUSlfc'
MUSIC 13 O O K S:
.. ,,. ab AtttfaM o"'vi e t
" MUSICAL INSTRUMHKTS.
TMI'OHTEttol French, German and Italian Violin
I airings.
, Ttie Tiade uufiplif d on the most liberal terms,. -
'' 1 ' Oeneral Wettern Agailfor '
CABINET FORGAIVS,
''-' tub '-'
" SilONINQ ER " G Rf 0RQ AN AKfli
A1EL0UE0N,
j;;fi, , ( Ann tn CELERBATKBI ,;r
XLxo.n.lDo ilia.xio.
.,.:( AL80 AJUAllGBBTOCKOF, . .
:. .i jisr..o s .:
From tho Factoiiep of Hie most of the Ciieibatid
.Makkhb, which I will sell, low for cash,
wohl Pianos taken In exchf nge fornW." ''
9iS"l'ianos and Organs for sale and to rent, by the
" : Month,' Quarter tr 'Tear,' .
amount paid for rent being applied to pur
cluve, If desired.1' ! ' ' ' - ,tu ''
; arAeenls for Cabinet Ortrnne and Pianos
nKUIDU IU CTCIJT IUI1 U m VUIV ,UU.au luu
Keni'icky.' . . ''' '- ;
Addresa, "" - '
JOHN CflCRCH.Ja.,
' .Tnne27. 18GT-I ' ' ' Cincinnati ft
.J i iA 1. .,- I.li.-
aLttorxioy, at Xatwxr,
'" 1 McARTllCR, OHIO, , , .
WIMjattend promptly to nil legal business en
trusted to hia oarn, in Vinton and ailjoming
counties., office lo the Uourtllouse.
July II, 18(i7-ly . ; .,, , ,, , ;,. . , ,
. J, filLLI IIIClIHii K, ,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
' : -' One Door East Dan. Will & Bro'i Store, ,
IVCoA-r iHviir. OIlIo.
JOSEPH BllADUEllY. ' WILLIAM MAKK.
BRA DB UR Y & MARK,
.'. ..-.nv..,., -. v - -.1 . .
.ttoi'iioys ext Xan.'w.
MoARTHUR, VEIION OOUHTT, OHIO.
'- L . ' . . i . i! !j Ji !
t J. A MONAHAN, Mi D.,
PHYSIcrAN,,AN'D'SUltGE3N,
,K IlMD EN,' VINTON' COUNTY,' OHIO,
''HANkFCL for the liberal patronage receded for
ng hi professional servicesrthat.ne may always be
diiM at hi Office oil raalilenoa. an! Maia btfoel. un-
ava aKuAtif mt npnfai Binnal hnatriAta
- February 28, 18ii71y' ' i'''"-'"
KIQHARD CRAIG,
zVU.G.T.IONEEIt,
3VIo-.rtli.xir, OlaiO,
'Tlf'AVif'd been liccised to Hispise of property by
11 nnhlic auction, he will nromntly attend all auo-
tions m.Vintyn county wheu solicited. '
omce anivcj a uiw unice. io. ma voun, House.
August 1.18iJ7-tf' ' r " ' .,
, .' J. J. MeDOWELiV -
Attorney riyt Law,
..v-AND . ,
:i' V. Mi Claim , Agent , : ',t ':
MpA RTH U H ,' HIOv
WIllj prnotice InVinloh and adjoining countias.
. Also, Deputy Collector of Internal Kerenue.
, Ornci In the Vmtoh Cotinty Bank. ' ' i
Jane jj7,i867 6m : " ".', ,; ,,;;'.;'r",' ,'.( '; ;;
FALL AND WINTER
XDHir, ;;:goods,!
ievu:ui I'i'u t'I'H'U oa1 !;ir i;o.ltri
.) i.iu.-: T1Wi11f(nrfl -W'''l
molt !! rTV nift r.-.-:T. , iif-v ! .,
CHE AP'&TOKiE,
VI ! .. , i'i ,j .'I . m nirt ; i
m.'nia-nff -li "!., r 1 a-tn. --"j-ifno !. ii.,T i '(
jiA!(N.,6EET;;;j.m or.
t!AVE'jnt received' a laree' and. Well aelected
fPiill and Winter l)rv Goods.' Notions, -Ac.-,
wnicn-nere rHriaBSBwiiini- rwi-.t-innitro i,i.aBii,
di,lha'fvli)eii( price, hlfh,I aUl e!I;,- ,
ii oi !;-i;lhaTifll.tliajBte8t5ileflf; s.i.i,fcs i
!! rill li.-iiI.mm-: j i f,,., 1 !,,. J.i-.i.
d: c.hpo i aney.!VlOOaS,-nij noiiw.;!!
'Wbtte Cltiod's5;,iu" UW",U ' Enibifbi4erlas,
Tabte'Llhens, Toweilna,' - Bhawia;1 3 1 '
Balmoral 8klrt, Hodpi Skirts, Hosiery,.' ,,c'
Gloves,. t ;Mllnai;-Ao.t4.'', "1
, ''- A'nioe'B'nacb'mpfleBJeorlm
" j M not be undersold by any House In thia'market,
Oct. 10,1867-iy ' '"'E.D.- DODGE.1 I
.it . 1 rnlllina ml all kinda of NOTIONS.
"
T
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE PILOT'S REVENGE.
I
It was towards eight on the twenty:
first of September, 18&V a small Enfe-fwaV-brlg,
which had been fitted
out for the suppression of smugglers)
heavy monotonous swells just off thB
const of GM&f l and on her deck was
being, enacted 9, sccna-jOf , eomewhit
more than common?, Interest, ' Tlio
day; before she had captured a eraqil
bbatjade'with',cap'te,dj'
gether with an old man and ; boy who
had charge of' inanct ! Jb''-pnptiiin t
of the brig, whose, name, was Dracut,
had ordered tW the ism'uggle'rsjhouU
be -put in; irons. To this-, indignity
nl. iii"!1 .1 " ' ..
Itue 01a man maao a stout resistance,
an'in' ".f of.tW omeiiirh
iur uirguuen nimBen as 10 BiriKO
tk otofn"''W, '.A t!
upon the deck. Such an indignity to
an English officer was past endurance,
'ancl, Wpumsirtnoirit for ' tnis bfYence,
the Smuggler had been condemned to
dl- : -. i,.'t
A single whip, was rove at the star
bard foreyard-urm, arid' all 'hands
were called to witness the execution
The rope was noosedand slipped over
the eulprit'shead, and the running end
was rove through a spall snatch-block
upon the deck. . "Until this moment,
not a word escaped the i lipB of, the boy
He trembled .as ho behold the awful
preparations, and as thd fatal noose
was passod and drawn tight, tho color
forsook his cheeksand he sprang for;
"ward and drop.pod upon his. knees be
fore the incensel captain."!-"'
"Mercy, sir Mercy 1" ; , 1
; "For whom?'' asked the officerj
whilo''a contemptuous 'ane'erxested up.
on hm lips, ... : y
. 'Qr tlla't old man, whomyouare
about to kill. .:
"But ho is my. father, sir."
tjo. matter if .he were my .on
.!
father" that man who strikes an Enr:
lish officer While in tile performance
tr his aty :muBt;.dfp".v;i;1 !
LL 1 .. . U , 1 .1 I . ; ' -
suited sir," urged V'l0'hy. ' ..,.,
Iiis'ulted t-- rejpeatedllie caplaln.
"Who insulted him?" "'
let "IT A h r " " .1 a 1 a' ' '
wnuerfiis iaco-was nusnou witn indig
nation'11" .- ,! '': .:-- j
"bet up, air; and be carefuf'that
J -.iJ 1 '--l ' I ' -' ' i :
yOU not reCClVe itlte Same tfeit
inent,'. Bilid the . CaD tain in ft flaVacQ
v ' vnijmiu, iu n, aaby
tone.
v.'.:-.-'
.,'...H
The' old mau' lieard this appeal of
nis .son, ana,.as .,trie, jast woras arop
ped " from" the' lips; 6f ;hl8 captdr, he
raised his, head, and 'while k look! of
the utmost defiance' passed, over his
features', he 'exclaimed !;"r.'l('t' '', i:
"Ask no favors, Robert, j Old Carl
Kintock can -die s well now as at any
otner time; let,.tnem do tbeir.worst."
Then,, turning t'6 Captaiii praqut, he
chaiged ik tone for one of dcep'iup-
pupation; and said r:';:;;;.;;;:;;';;;-;;111;
"Do what1 you 'pleasdwith tae;ir)
but do not harm' my bo(' for he has
done no wrong, n I am ready for your
sentence, and the sooner you finish it
'" "Lay1 hold "of the whip!, ahbuted
the, '.foptaty..'," f;Iiajr 'hold;;'e,very!;,Qe of
y6u, and1 Btand by td .run the yillain
up.
.1 l-J.!-... !
' In obedience to this' Order,"thft men
ranged'"1 themselves along" hedeck;
and' each t)ne laid hold of the rope, ' ii
' Bobert - Kintock; looked firBf at his
father,' and then; .-he run his eyes along
th une of meu' WhO' were-to be nis
executioners ; but not one . aiympa
thizing i or pifcying glanfroould i he,
trace. .V,Tu'eir fiiooa wore all hard and
cold, and they, alf. appoared ahxioui to
consummatft, their murdero.us work,'
' w" What!'v exc'lafnwd the boyJ' while
a tear,-, started.' from shia eyo, , and I
lips trembjod,, .y, ja tpere; nop one even
wuq Viui yj! y.fottX I f-1
.TJp with him,,,,8h;outed the "captain.
-'' '
.
,i Eobert burietl )s eyes imhis hands,
and 1 the, next moment his father wan
swinging, at the yard.arjn.. ;Hg hekrd
th creaking, block,! and, he knew' he
was fatherless; ,,,,,,,! r .-( ,v n ,(...
JFJalf. , an Iwur afterwards i thes boy
kaejt by the side pf the ghastly corpse,
and aimpk! prayen escaped, hisjjips.
Theu 8:lpWj luurmuring sound., came
up from, his bosom, but none of those
wo stood around knew; its import It
was a pledgor deed revenge! ;. i.;;;,
r-JuBt as the-otd man'a body slid from
the garigboard into the' water, a vivid
flash of lightening streamed ! through'
the heavens, and in 1 andthor instant
the dread ar'tillei'y of nature sent forth
a' roar ad long and loud that the men
actually placed their hands upon their
ears to shut out the deafening powor,
Eobert Kintock started at the Bound,
and what' had' causod drea'd in -their
bosoms sent a thrill of aatrsfaction , to
hisbwnlT '" :,..;,
'"Oh, revengel" he muttered to him
self, as he' cast his eyes over the foam--crested
waved which had already risen
beneath the power of the- Buddeu
stormi" '': ''" " ' ' ' ' J a
' The darkness had come as quickly
as did the' storm, and all that' could be
distinguished from the deck of the
brig,, save the breaking sea, was the
fearful, craggy , shore, as flash after
flash illuminated the heavens. , ; ,
: f Light, ho 1" shouted a man forward,
and ,; the, next moment all eyes wore
directed to . a bright light which had
suddenly flashed up among the distant
rocks, . )
i i The wind had now, reached its
height, and, with its giant power sent,
the ilUtedUbrig -.direly- upoM 4Ji
siirt-bound shore of rocks and,, reef,
and every face, save one; was blanched
with fear." In vaiir-did they try to
la the brig to the wind, but not a sail
would hold for an instant, until at
length .the ; men managed to get up a
fore and Jmain storm-stay anil, , and
then the brig stood' for ajjshort time
against the heaving, sea. V Bat it was
evident should she succeed in keeping
to tho wind she, would eventually be
dri ven . ashore, for the , power of the
insetting waves was greater than that
. ;.(Boy)' io you now, yha light that
is?,!' raskpd ithocnptainas he stood
holding on'to the main -rigging to keep
Wfeet. jr '
, '"tea,'-, pit:', replied: 'Eobert, 'fit M
Ballymorp'a Crag.'tt;- , Ailn-.v-,:!' ,,-.,.,
" What is it there for?"' ,.'.
'It ' marks the entrance to a little
harbor, "sir, which lies in back1 'of it". !
' , And canj it jelentore Tby, a .vessel
of this size ?" asked the captain, while
a glimmer of hope shot across his lace
" Oh, yes, sir 1 A large ship can en-
ft And dp;you know the passage?'' -
"yea", sir 5' I have spent my whole
life !nv this coast, and I know every
.utnTa''ie'!'.'1r',,,,M'''!,,v,;',',,,,u.f
I P6ul(jf yofe'jkhe ,brig in tu.ere
in, thas storm ;-,.V ir;
I' Yessir,"' answered the bdy. " ;;""
'"Aud wiliyoridoit?" eageily asked
,() ;pn,,twoJ pondjtions.'l.i .,.H:h-l.;,b-.'
lt Name them quickly.'; 1 .-.fn" t'i: -
"The first is, that' you let' me go In
peaoe :' 'arid the' next that you trouble
.':'! .vii-'-' " .-- : I" 'i'. ''.V
.upneptae jSpuggiers, .eaouia iney
happen, to be,tliei'q. . .ii'.M, u
)d promise'said the captain'." ' And
now set aDout.your wprK.- 'ijui, raaijs
U..sh90,t you 09 we jiupmenw , , t , "
1 The brie1' was soon1 put' ibefoto the
wind,''4nd''.B6b
himself upon tbe'.'feteroard' fbre'-arm,
1 . - r . " 1 1 f .. . . t
from whenoei hia ; iPrdera Were passed
along the: helmBman.'j The, bouuding
vesBel lioou Same within, light of .the
agged crags, and : the , heart of everj
man leaped with fearful thrills at they
swept past a frowning rock which al-
"Tj'.a .'.-., . rt 1
moatjgraed.them as they passed.. On
flew their ..Itw.mAiwOt
fearful became the rocks which raised
Hhelr heads on every side.-- j C
,.t?.vr "f ".U-i-i--i'-:; 'i-.':-:'! '?. j.' '
.)? Port l"Bheuteij theboyM f;1
:l 1!bteady so, !10 7J;.j :.'.
,,.,1'Stoady it ia,''...,,, .a'J ., iJ ;'"'
vflStarboard-rquick,''; ,0,j 1
'Ay,;ayrr-starboard itia,',,;,;, : '.'I,
l-f'Steady-rSo.",,,; J; 1J;;, ;i ,',.,...
d "5teady.it is " vi;i,;!.,.i,;j,. , ,,: , ,;
i' At this moment the vessel swept oh
past an overhanging cliff, and just as
a vivid flash of lightning shot through,
the heavens, and, mealed aUthe hor
rors around, , a loud shoutwaa beard
frOmi the . young, pilot, and i in ; a mi
mnt all eyea were, turned upon him.
He .stood upon the extreme end pf the
yard and. hold on by. theyift.,. In a
moment morq he crouched,. dawn like
a tiger after his prey, and then'witha
leap be reached the projecting rocki
i , , , Eevenge ItreveagQ I". wasJalljjtliAt
the doomed men beard, and tby we,re
swept away,. in ; tho poumg surge be
yOJMWr lx-.fVf..i!-f - - .'j;,-, ,T ' .
: VBreakeraf.a roefl'V screamed ..a.
man forward, ,, '.'Starboard,, quick
- But it, wasftoo late.f Erejtbe helm
was half up, a lowktremendousrating
of the. brig'skeel Twaa felfcjand the
next ! instant.., came a crash , whloh
sounded high ' above tho roar ,pf th
elements, and the heavy "mast went
sweeping away to leeward, followed
m a lew momenta by large masaes'of
tho ill-fated vessel's wreck andcargol
Shriek after shriek went up from
those doomed men. But they, were in
the grasp .of a. power that knowsnb
mercy..i i;The Bljorm; king jook them
for his own. ': r,
The next moment a small party of
wreckers camo., dowii ; from the rocks
and. jnoved , along the shored It was
strewed with fragments of this-wreck';
and here i and .there .were, scattered
along the shore the bruised and mutlf
lated formsof the brig's crew. Among
that party was Eobert Kintock, and
eagerly did 'he search ' among the
ghastly corpses,' as though there was
one ne wouia nave iouna. At length
he stopped and stooped over the one
upon the shoulders of wbich were two
golden epaulettes. It was the captain
of the--the 'murderer of his father!
The boy placed 'tis1 fotil! upbn the
prostrate body,- and then a' strange
light beamed from, bis eyes, arid, a
shudder passed 6ver"hTi countenance
uo 110 luuttvrtU. , .
Tatherjl you) are' I'fearfully Ee-
riKiWilSPoM -'.truly,- Fearfui in
conception, and fearful in its cbnsunv
j A!i'i.. jit. SJ :'-.!.'! i1 w' 'fi
uiauon nau Deen ine ir ilot s IVKVENGE.
i
I ' '-TTTTI LI I "'l.i l ,mtm .
7 1'V J.'l.' ' ". DUli'h I ,
hi JAW) F.9fyf Tf r J 'i tm$.
trasfpraationa L in; jonng; ,0
.ment n ,Spmetirraeg jt .leada . them,
t9J?ZW$UW&$itf adding i6
thejr , . attactipnsr-jteir, .hole
ohQnow.tQ.jbie most lors
lyinhp e je .the j. ;y oul4 fill, so
as, to. kpyntflthej;, Unages;1
tdyr.litlej vanities, ( as; if they
jpr pre, yery ial thinga cpmpair-,
ed. with, the last Congressman's
speech or th great, election ser-
my .f ftp 5 f.P0 1 ; ih . ,mat-
great deal mprp tor , h er than the
2??Mir!- !is ,tfimxir .rf-urr: ,1
n A certain ybunjrclergymau.'lrriodes
altnoBt td'badhfalnifis, bb rice asked
by alcbuntry, apothecary dfi a coatrary
qbWWteh)!? a k Crowded
cient to catch the attention of thia
:wbocbarit::'M', ym ui,u'J;n'l;;
v v "BIbw tt bapperied thkt the ! patri
archs lived to auoh extreme bid age?"
(j ey 't'opYno'phyBfo ," 7 1 1 j
THE PILOT'S REVENGE. How early it gets late now-a-
days.
From the Boston True Flag.
From the Boston True Flag. THE OFFICE-SEEKER.
1 ElMtjpii day Is senr Ua'ad ' ' ' 1 ' ''' '
Th "eards'SiU ,0on' appier;-' '' "':
, Announoingti( friend jones w'lil'atanol
Fonmn.l.4.l..i: - - j i- U. . . .
1-
j, Mi tboqgb lie eft batb passeo yo'n by,
. Amid be burning erowd, 'i,...; j ,. ('
' JJe aoon will say ; "How are yen, Cy?
:fUj. kajron4ftM proud', u-j, ,,
1 ' .J-.h..'!i i: i,!lt. ',. .!j-7,
I To bepolile toall le strives ...,! -r
'c'lJiiB voice oould net bewilder, -nc?
'! Ai be enquires about their wive, - m
"'"' And all the littla 'obilder." - ' '
He holds your band UbiD Hi otri,
And glibly oieteawh.le; . .. . r.'j '
I Then iayt, iMueh a vrlnning tne,
j, "iei a take a friendly smile.'! 1
!, . i-.-;,- - '"- : -i-
Sy. while a steaming Tem and Jerry
. ' ! gliding doan your throat '" ,;
' wa averse (o Dning--very j'. , ' '
Bui how about jour votei" no"
J. -p
ilhefull returm ibe papers e,ui,,
t .And Jones looks most forlorn ;.-y
He gave a ''born" to get a vote :
..ila gotttia a horol.'-'-'j 1,1
' Yeast.Tooiic cup 'grated
potato, pour , one quart , tossing
water. Add one-half cup - su-
garjind pne:haf cuPlsalt,' 1 Al
6pytwhen cooled till afnttlesmore
than milk varm, one cup yeast.
rut m a warm place to rise.
iieep in a jug in the cellar."
f - ism r- - ra( 1111 i1"
1 'TDr.-wKeverTiselyeto'clean
tiff ; it will: soon spointj:f Make
if clesuanolnib with
whitin awty wUl, look well
and last longer, . ,
' ' Every line of beauty in !na
tnre is the expression of a di
vine thought, and inherits the
immortality of Its first 'develop
ment in the 'spiritual world j '
'..People who at wisdom by
?;aynS.. nothing ' afq ' sure to
fopla of themseivea WIS ATI
AT.'!' --'-i -''"'
iueyBI)eaK,v:,?.:.t
: 1. 1 1. .
; .The heart may break thone-h
RIOl'OZ
t '. 1 iWheri !shaU' we; have another
War with Turkey ? 1 1 .'I
'Next Thanksgiving Dayl
,oitEep, I.heari Jslssy 9 weir."
"ffyttii did she say' dear?"
".Why, she( said she, waa. go
mg to wear the 'darned'. . stock.
inga to' chupch.'''.', ;' "I .
1 The hair of a copper ! worker
in; Buffalo haa turned perfebtly
green.,jiIi n'' ,i;''"o':-'''-Ju;r;
!' ' ' ' - ; i
In Dilnde'e, Scotland,'- an 'old
tombstone' dating- l'628,"'beari
this wholesome- senience: 0 :
!) ! !,,It ia uncertain fat what place
death awaits 'thee.' ''Wait ' thou
forit a't eVery piace.,,rrfT;
SM i,nY.....,V ,1. -Lii-ff i!r;
id Search othersu fortheip ivir
tues and thyself for thy Tices.
JiJxtensiotfbleMuia
tion table,: nit
,iit V-'I'i-'" 'i
i 11 J-iru
'.Gaslif9fp : speaker.
i-l J-),u.l .'!! 'iT1.?'"
iUvery prater pnt forth has its
and so 01 every cursed '
,ii
-' The best quality of jinind 'that
a?y one'ean coin'e in possession
of - is i the 'strength 1 to 'bear up
against disappojiAtment , and
misfortunes,?! 3 j x' . .:i
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