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EliTKD AlSUilUkUfcil-BY.
ELK AltD 'A BUA-TTOK.
Cffict ont door taoj. 'iht Ctfr,'
.Tcfis" CF.tVtfCRIFTICN:
. tl .00 ) t yar". ttnrf ' oJ.2u' vithin the
tar,fi,C'dVillbecliurgtd.
1 Mat lerma niuiiw' tincuy wiupii
wi.'.'t. end io jvopr 6 HtcnntiMud uiUu
ml iirrtarvgi uti paid, unlet ul lhtvitii
tflinyrAtmtr. . . -.i - i
i tti; iTc F7t u r.T a :r g.
thru initrrionf : '
eh additional utvtrtion
Card ont eor. ',' 7'3,011'
A liberal deduction will, bt mudt . to
out ,lvertUing fc tK ytfr.y. 1 f
Jil advertiMnuuii ,p(ijuuiii oi
W. am .Tirimrfd to e utf, , U) P
rf.citeBt notice, in ife ncuiCsCfuHtM.rr.n.l on
t. clieapesi trmB. ll kinilfiol tiuin un
Fancy JOll PIUM'ING, bi h
L'andb-lh, JWanU
CVri-'v - V'icAtJ. . . "rcgrumnu,
Ctr:ii'.r. - iWn, . Check:
h.it hwt, K UUl. Home L ill;
Je.. Jc.; (Jc.
iisrerlfullv NiiK-n l e prii'luii
t.'llr IA 'HlOCTiiliC
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tl.e
Ifiruit. Hil l '
r s: ..ii iii-e il
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jfii.rr lequinuij; uik, in hiiumi "
"lfiits for Ihe "J.viill.ur ruwrrtl.
TU fol!w:i,gGei.tltirn tll Fclv m d Tec.lpi
i, m In. on Ccuuiy.ttio.
TtTTOB C'OX,
W a. TAVLtn,
jso. Clak, Sr.,
J. 1'LiUtt, 1
J.Ull-LiB. .
Almm Lvhv.
llbD clon Furiiute. .
Ttil. I'liasiiiit.
litnini'ii Tnwiibl.iiv
Uii ciihiote,
Knox.
KSikLSS L1HCW Y
TOR VIMUN COLM M'l0
U V. JIJ'.U ITT, Ju.lRe oi l'n.0- Li-ui
Y.L. ErJMlSTON.CIerk Ci.ni.fleu loini
S. F. illiGliAM.nuruuii& AiU'iiivj .
V. m, 'MSUli, S.hetiH'.
J Ob r i 11 M AGLK. Amlitor.
ii TAVMi, TienRUter.
JAVi-S M ALONE, UeiO.Jer.
UlbU.N KICIlMOMv. 5ui)oi.
0. LLLOM, Cormier.
County C('nimibi"iiers,
Sihool hxniiiint i.s
r. GliNMNG. G. .&1AKIA hi.m
1. A. LhA'ncN.
'I U 0 N F I U A I I.
y.itli their Jffct tU.tt .Aohki.
ClK( iTnUtTTtX N fkUbll. blew
cri if- Co.- Auiiulaittieix I 11,1
4i.oinycf 1'ig l'ou. lun.iti.. I.e.
Ki.li 1'. O. '
Taclk FtBSAt. MaV.ey. rcM!e &
.i:u. iUnuUttuin. ol il.e Ubi qt.itiii
i r.l.on. . L.fele Pom 0"-'
7i7("n UfSACF., Mi.f. Clark & C".
'.uiar.ur't8 o. IfcH qi.mil) o. U0
V. .,11 1' lltlllHf
l..n
ii.. iiBnirt I'fuzte. io
,;iiiiifcj.. . wp",v-
ttfii fti'tll iV'i-lOliiie. ,
Trr &. Co
V.nulacture.a ol the Lest quulH)
post CU.tc at a iiitut-, v..
Co
H Piglror
Merchants op Vinton, viioauk
rf.f lata rr GoU ta.i:r.wa.a.loh,
VtAn.i..-JiJu S. Hawk, J. h. i 1
V,i; 'Ion IniMii cv Co.. Owm Li wa,
IB,.cn,J.S.t.l'Wi,." & ait-uiw.
lUj-fiR.-tenj. aViSlili LLlistihlLb.
y.,.,te,J. 15. J- W. P.. WtM, l-
v ii Ki.EVH.lt.-S. S. V.urr). JuUi Ciniu.
Cl:..e & Can -ii. Ftl-.oiicv Lumiv), Jua
t.iukeiy. tun &. Slvoi.g.
Allisbville. Petti M
ljr.Josei.il Wilcox. .
N;t, i LKAfAKT. Plnlhp Sum.
riii-.tvni.l.-5wemi i. t'lllllll
AibiX b iWl.-J. P'ioer.
iKhHiu:E'a aL.-NNnl.am lime
Martnb Mil.
I- I 1 M
McAinii.ii.'
'1 11, 1. 1. o o
-E. P. tctliwcll.
M
DHL GUI Si a,
r-i(Ai.n.t:.-G. 15. Vili.
IIaiidik. Lavif.& Ci.llina.
aKibviLir.. Clint &. Gaidner.
B CC'l Ah SHOE STORES.
McAktiiub.-J.G. Swe'tlaud.B. C.Ccj.fV
; H E. F. BINGHAM
AUo rn.cy at Law,
; McAUTllUR.. OHIO, "
Will rmctice in Vinton anil inlioiiiiiiE cnim
fieri. . Office three duois West ol tl.e
Ottice." " r .-. ,
ttu..9.1S52. Mtf
Ull.TlK U Ci.AEi:. ?' JOUK P, PLVLl
. CLARK. AND PLYLEY,
v Altcnieis al Liv. :
:McAR1HL'E, OHIO. i
TTiiI practice in j ei'tiiers-hip inTiritc'i
tr. t .fllie. lour doors east ot Sn-n n &
rt a l.otcl. - . .-
.kert's l.otel
. Ltb. 21. 1S54
i, A. BF. A1TCN j
Autnie 'ii Uv; ;
McARlbUB. OHIO. ,. '
T"T7ILL practice in ViotoD o.l ttel joining
T T rPUntlrt..,! UlllCt, Vlie ooi.i roei ui
rile CituuS
.T,f AS now an astcrtaent ol .Wall faier
JL'i .Camera, W kidw, Jtuttuiii . .ip'tj. .,;
il . 1 . In.. a X- J 1 K . L
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ELICT POETRY.
[From the Life Frustrated.]
THOUGHTS.
TItiTp N pvmiereni fltinij! ; -Liltf
ide ilreamy tfudiKis niatle
AViirie ii n iiiii iiijt" rf (v'iii oircting
In lle nwuiW or ilmlxde.
LiU rlpir gwiftlv flowing i
O'er-he t.imi(i!t iltltfil mihm,
Where tull tee'ii and O-'f " prow'uig
' By il.e x- liyr'i breaUi-i urc (itituvd.
, . . n t;
Lilie tl.c ir'ni rls soli floatii g I'livar l,"
W illi n i rimson" t'ie uTt,
III tlie'ir ' v'luri bfttinii'n w.nward,
A l!.f g' uti t'ilik U ie.it.
Yfl liow illnt Time. ilefiiirieiftT
i ..Si'rwti it,iiV lorilt fiif miljinlV 'titflfpf ' '
lim' i l.t- a f hn.-t i: j-ftt. 1 1 et h, ; 1 '"!
Ai.'if unto the I'res-eni 'Jii3;! " ' ' -
Tin ilie "t--hi' with 'In' '
e . it. w i.i i.' iiiul i' if.-.. v ii
tinl leu si..j' il .r.'ni . ii' n
ll"lii"i,l iIm.Ko tl n ' ;i i:n.,
- . ' . i i .' . r. '-i,
Tiltr is r3iii -'I'll' flv'.il'n!.
Lil- iicr i ni iw ill ere lonn fmie:
S'. ii r.iecmtt (;ieH(ii,g, i j
.l.ii o U-h v i liin fli id-.
WILLIAM [...] LAWRENCE.
HARTFORD, CONN.
HARTFORD, CONN. SELICT TALE.
HARTFORD, CONN. SELICT TALE. THE TIMILY WARNING.
A THRILLNG STORY.
Y taller, il(i u nl'K er.f f of ttifee
tIS, returned tfi tli ll"Us '
iit-di in Iiiru. He Imi! n ?
voir, Mi itj.'ii t'd io iit rv Itnl
liven i inn .riiin tlie jienm wi lue
' I ''il DkT till. 4-'" , l!il K.""
ii on . i m'u. a .-iln .f oi modi-
ei'n llnl 1 ' lSl. . lil lit'Sl. ) . 1
ll.lili, Ik iiriig
Ul.lir
H-r
b(iv.
Hmr no fi nder rpktialftru toei
oi l! 1 W4-o lrli W llllil anil 'WiP lllief
i.t:-t.l i on l.t. I Uidi kill' . II initiate)
I. mni) bii'pii(.ritv l be miU ei.flrnt o
it v..imn'!i lnfliiptne.M) laiiter'n
u.i.ii, loituiMie ciri'iiiiiflaiiie Inr
n. el H' boon ppri eMeO ihe it l
iioulDiuinaiiun aiirrtd m ine. 1
1.) In!) nidiii.er ll.l it Ols.lened inn,
ti.tlii'i.ti or a tp d:tv li aaio iit-'tli
n.'ji to me about It. t
li mis fin aittrnition in Oi-tofr,
tJiMV hi'll (OlUf I', tltit ft: ,' h r ,1010
I
o t ti I n lil, iii tMke v.lk Hit
lulu, V. e turrit-u own a Ui.e iiilfi a
I. lie ti i. in It m favorite idm troo' d
I , . r-
i H.t (liioiciiiii i lie neilibi riioi d.
i..n UiMi.'ji iiiter'lully on d lluei i
ii. iik io i a while, ni tuliier ak 0 i.e
u 1 UmwO iImI bop gi.fot.w, lhron
i) in .3(.i roi ho t!iai !"l')'iU in In
ii.icm u Hit tield. I it jlitd tlirtl 1
Hid," - ! ' '
My ta'.her owir() thic land, at id
iti:"ab nn ltooho mien a
S
Pott
Cemii
l.nl
li t
n
t .
boy. 1 nat rock Hinod tiiPte 'lien. Jo
n.p it it. a LcKit.ii and w h never 1 lock
..... a
at I , 1 lecHll a dark'si.ot in in we -
ui vt ni n jf in ' til in d ell tiprn thai
it it waa not a wainiu I t-honld not
speak oi it. Li-ilen thru mv uear l n ,
iiijd leain wiKkin Iron. ).ur I'lner.-
cnois.
My laihf r-Jinl when I was a inctc
chiiu. 1 was the cn M'ti. Mt moth
er wftb a gentle Irving woman, devoted
to inr iluiuMii, aid be loved b every
buuv. 1 reiiif ml r tier tiale bpaiiiiltil
mi t - lot bW nl nfiei Donate smile her
hit.u liiiti lei.opi voice. 1 "va" 'never
aj ait ironi lor and ?!ir, ir-rfiii:o t ' t t I
wa. bccomii'H too mut h a ha'"?', 'cut
n.e io a high bchool u. tlit vitiate.-;
Aitci Ht-tw intuit; jor a liti e ifii tudc
i.oys 1 lo.sl in ii rnca-tre niv U.in.ne.'.s
loi in) hon e, at.d 'tin reverence lot
my n.i.inu; anu it l.eiHtnt more and
inoie Oitii un lor her to restrain m im-
l'(-tiiot. nature. 1 lUcn'it it ii du a'to
tin limit ol mM)lincss to tit-id io hei
p J . .
antlioiit), oi to ajpeur peintml altho
1 knew Dial toy conduct pained tier.--
1 he f inilie. that 1 most dreaded was
irl-buu. 1 could not bear to hear
aiu by my companion, that Iwasiied
lo mv mother t Boron trinu. rmm
a quiet hon e loving child, 1 soon be
came a wild, bmsiprous boy. My poor
nio titer us-ed even i.eibiiasion to in
du'ce ine to set k happiiiPbs w ithin (lie
rec inttt ol home. She exrittd l:er-
bcll to niakp 'icrtireside attractivp, am)
my btbler loilowing her sell-sai r'hcing
exii' le," t-ot.giit to Ian enticing game
.i. iiivi-isiDiis or in v entertai niein.
I. baw all tins fill 1 did imt heeu it.
: It was n aueriiocn like, tins, as
wa about leRvii.g the. uininu' room
i ' i . .. .. : 1.... .. t.Ln llil.
si eiiu nu iiiieriiHbMciii """"r"
. i .. ii...
n.ornng and evening bcnooi.iu n.c
slift-t. and., nsi usual, my mouiri miu
Ii. r Land nror. niv shculdtr ana
".'.l ' I i ' I. . Id ft 1 . inn
n i ui v ana urinn. ou,,
M-ii tocctiifc, with me."
lebelltd. but there was .bonittlung
her manner ihat awed me. She
oh her bonnet a'ud baid to me,' "W
will take a walk locerner." 1 lollow
d her n- filcnce. aud as 1 1.
o'uilip dcil. li ol tfivid .ouei ol
nide 'ir rl HOions.akulkmg about
he use anil kiiw! he.' was- aiiife:
h p. . He. r-iifpffd Sa I went; pl. 6. mi
My r.ride 'was wounded to the. quick
He was a very bad! buy, but tt,,!6.lifv
tr il t ajV oJoVr Xliia A eplj be pxl
cim d' a tieot i.ltHiibvfirir-eofJ lo!
taid
1 want
1 would hive
k.i rtttftitd the spot. wWereave po
vwrv. -
! ' l.edl'i tli? sliftdt of ilifb hup' ' I'K'lt
Oil, rtiv n mlJtUiV tio.k b -l!oi-tcdlrcni
rn run.rrv.'tiiiU has cad
a shadow oer tny nhol life, gladly
wouiij 1 exrhanfc? Ilthe world mn'ol
ler rue, lor the ijmce'of mh.d I gh'oukl
eojov , But'no! like this huf nnsiht-
) pile stands the mnnuiueiit of my
Ruill forevpi! " '. ' " ; . .'
. H) motlu r, lipin? feeble in Iiealt'i,
!U down aid fx ( fc tied nip fo ii dow
'side Iter. ,. Hr looK n liill ot tpnder
'orrow, ii pre-en! to hip no, I wudd
fil.l'dil, hut COUIItiUed lUnUlllg suiit-u)
t-pfcidp her. .
'Alfred, niv non.' said nhp, ruve
nu lot !l :ve lor your mixtter?' '
' 1 Jid not repl). '
j'l tesr vou havp,' i!p-ronlinued,
"itid may God tiplp me to do ray du-
She then UlkpJ to mp of my t own
miii;ped, ol tiie itreadtu! , t one(uen
ri b ol tli? i Mir,- I i nrMiiri. B
lf', ei,lrt-il-i auj ynte.t, b!e tried
;n hi 4ii Hi.rfpMf ) in me.. . bile
ilc0 l-iiirp nie tiiv Uti and fXurii'
a Ol glKlt ; id . gO'ld , 'liPtl. Site
f.unt to Miinuiaif m . amliition. 1
as nio veil out iu proud to i:Hiw it,
4nd remmi.ed in oed tilpnte, l-Hip
off., I tntu!is i!M , iii , my , coni
piiu .iih a, ii,' viler ail hi) ttistin,
1 ie,J l .ast and Bubuiit to be ied i)
a t ouuri. . , i ,
WiMt aonjr a vitihle on-my
nioi ifi' hip, wiieu niie mh- that hIi
!iip had ii'J and si.ll red o .d laileJ to
inovp inp.' Site rose to j,o Ii .me, n d
1 .il..ed t a diiaiice. S.ie . (o'le
no moir 10 me until p rpached our
oii door. ''It ih rcho4l time now
4 id m'ip. 4Go mv tton, and mice more
le. me U.t-edi you lotlilti uuon what
1 fUve IJ.'
'I not id I in loud tone ol
One idtnesplwo thinu; you . must
do AiitPti, eitin-r g'f to ki'itnol Hut nio
you tip in )our
n oiii and keep on t terp till you are
teddy to i.r. nii.-.e mi. n it oOtuieiKe to
niy . w aitrrit in lutnre.' ,' "' ' ' ' '
, 'I dre yo.i to do it,: said I, 'you
can t gel rue up stairs. ',
: 'Allied, iitiHibP now, said niy niotn
.
ir who laid her hand Upun my arm.
Sue treuibled vioieully aou wab Ueauly
l-ie.. ,. i i .'. 1 1 .
'If you touch me I'll kickyou, aati
J, in a ttmibie rage. ' ; t ...
'VV ill yuu (, Ailredf !; ...
No,' 1 lepneu buv quailed letteaUi
neieyes,' ' ' :''
'1 hen follow me,' said she as slip
ra.-ieO niy arm himly, . ' ' "
1 iai-d m loot, U'i, my son near
I
'
.
il
lo
in
pul
olil
my
ibe
tor
iiie--rai'ird mi loot an., kicked her
my sait.lt d nicihetl How my hed
itela aa tne toirent ot . my memory
ruMtts over mel Sue btgpred b k
a lew Meps, and 1 heard her heart beat
..gaiiibt ncr bieaM, . , .
- 'O, Heaven,' she cried, 'forgive hitu
lot In knows not what lie uoest
The
door ai
almosi unable to suDiiort beraelf, h
i
tiopped; she beikoncd hini L:,
l ake this bov nu stairs, and
tiiui in ma room,, bald aitp,
llliiP UVl Hii'i. in. mv...
gardener just tnen paa,ed the
,dk,ein., mv n.oli.er u le and
.. ' l
lock
li III ma iuu.iiii on.u d." ,
i ..Li. . i ... .l ' . .i... (,;,,i.
CjUI'Mllt. UUllk. as Blir w3 c...r...'
i u'i mom. nidi a look it will ever lul-'0st"
low me, . Il was the last uouitt tabic
pang ti urn a heatitiiat w as broken, .
In a moment 1 tound my sell a pris
oner in niy room, 1 thought for
mou.enl I could dash my brains out,
t m ielt afraid to die, 1 waa not pehi.
ent. At timpani) heart waa sunuueo
but my bitil borti pride robe in an in-
i . . . mi -
mat hi noi lo vini). i
.-i I ii a..u i.nl tn 1 lit
MrillL. mil: uour li I c iui iv 1
laceol mv niollier haiuned me
tiie bed, and lell
i , l ..... viiir.n..d
1 UHC , lUIU.Miu,,.....
dibstp tied, and.
. II lti.. i,l..nB
,g an. in. iuiscb
. -i. i.. .
; , lue.ib, uu
I lla.niiFl.r Ilia. 11 A
X iiuvt:iii inc uu
ia,e lace ui my
11111.1! inysell on
di-ep.
by the nighi.air and lernlii-d wiliilear;
tit my door was labt. V il te day
light my (ears were
1 1, ui.e Lulu in rebielll
l'ue bcivani 'jrougn
did not taste tueui.
would never end.' Juki at twilight
heard a loot approac i tiie door; it was
niy kisier, who called my nuine. '
W hat may 1 lell niollier iroiu your
khe asked. . .
'Noiliiim.'! I reolied.
O, Alired, for my sake, lor all
sake, a) dial you . are sorry
I,, l,.rtrlt.-k vmr.a....
,,Vw...5... r r
1 won't be driven to school against
mv will.' said I. ' '
.'. ... .. .
But ou will go il 6ne wishes
uear Allied,' baid my sister, pleading-
'J
'No, I won't,' said I, 'and you need-
n i nay any more aoout n..
On, br.-tlier, you will kill , her!
You will kill her, and then you
. i ' ... i,
never have happy moniem i
1 made no rrily to this. My feel-
inns were touched, but I still retired
their tiiUueuce.;. My bister called
1 ut 1 would not answer.
loutsteps retreating, and again 1
mybfiV on JlheMd, to! pis aiibtuef
wretched and teariull pignt. O'.God;
l iieard
liow"Jwieiciid! how leartul'I did
know. ., . .......
. Amther lootstPD. a ower. and lefbler
. J" ' ' i''-'.
thauiny sister. s Aiurbed me, a voice
taileu roe by oawe ,i M my. rooitiv
ArTFdnrnrscirrr"8hall I come?
EuHwrn ' lor,1 w lia j 6u 'have 'aeJ'
,"?aS tSi'L'.J mill s.U ' .1 n1.ln J
v f cuiuol UiiDk, wbat uiOuence.
'M$- at, tbal nypicfib ..
?
ilfia "IWWa Vi,,M,i!
aL J1.V1iP9?SVWS.
aiiverhP to mv leehnj. lite ieiith
voice of nn tonlh. r, th 4 thrillpd tliro'
nie, melted dip, j,. 0' tut phdnatp
hearl, and I longed to throw myiclt on
iter nei K, In' i'iu not, i - .
But the wrds ave the ;'ie , to my
Iteart, when I aid, lras iiot srrry
liPHrd lir witltilatr i heard berimn
i Imiculto oil itui Lack, but et 1 did
. 1 -: . .
1
n.;!
; ; i . , . :
, vrs aw4ji.'oeJ Iron) an ,tmeav
lnmt).r lv hearing, my , rum called
Iou l!, ami mv m.-ter hv my bedaide.
; , 'Get i p, Alfred. - O. don't wait a
ntomerit. (jfi u;i an ! come wi;!i m.
iNother i dj inif!" I thought that !
wait dieamcif!, but I Rjt ' o;, inU:i
pltoly, and loi!ued m vijter. On the
tcdt pi' ,fvl cpld, m vhle,, lay my
niouipr.. . Siif had not Uii4aed,"'S!ie
had thrown heelt on Ilie bed to mt ;
ariniti to io aiin to me, ilie was
seized witli lue patpitition ot the
iie ttt, and borne leiineli-js to lipr room.
1 cannot tell you mr' if ny ai I
looked uooii her. My remora n
tenfold more bi ter at Lie thou'it tho'
alie would never know it.. I believe I
iityselt to be a murderer. I fell on the
bed ItPaidp her; I could not weep. M i
in-art burnt in mi bosom; my brain waa
all o.i tire. . Mv aiier tti:ew iter acni
arouod me, and wept in atleflce. S it
deoly we aaw a 1 1 t motion rf m .t'i
er'a iund her ,.Pja umlosed. iS.
liitd rpcovprej cousci Oimne ta, but not
speech, (lie looked at me and moved
Ur-r li. a. 1 could not unJemtaiid Iff
word. ' 'M.it fer, mother,' I i'iriekrd,
ajr onli th tyi f r.fu ma.'
Sue could not iay it witli her tips
but her liaudi , pretd mid. Si
iniled up'ni me; and l tad her thin
wlitte limd and claad my own witli-
i'l Uera and cast mr eyea upward. Sue
moved her li i taj", nd ihu'
died; ' I remain! d iil kneel in heiide
hint dear form lill my gentle liater re
moted me. Site com f'ifted me, lor
dlte ki.pw the lioivv to (J of sorrow at
my lieat: lW..vier tiiau rtel at th
lojia of a molVr, for it was a load ol
sorrow lor bin. The j ty ot youtti had
left me toievcr.
Mv um. lite suffering sucli memo.
ries wake miibt continue a iyg a a lue
, heart trial preys upon it roreef.' "
My lather cfsned speaking, buried
(j0l l ,ntriitui; but remor lor pa-,1
lll;,ci,.pc!i,'i a csnkr worm i:i til
hns uc(. lu tt, ui,d. lie aw and
.et tIP bearing his narrative Wad upon
rtfti maracter and conduct. I have
never lorgoiim h. Bo) a w ho spnrrt
nioilter's comrol, who-are abltaitrerj to
own nut t.tey At wronj, w ho t link it
i. . fMli Vr auluortly and mill-
hup, tewafp Lay not up fuf' y our
selves bitter litem i. lies for lu'uie years.
A THRILLNG STORY. Great Chase Negro Celebration at
A THRILLNG STORY. Great Chase Negro Celebration at Obertial---Gans, Betis and Bonnres
on a Morse
Fiddle.
A friend I'rrsh from Obei'in, the
.. .. ,
Gri, Depot tor lite U. G. Kai road
ud -N.ro h, .J rjut-ters lor all theae
I LiuIhiI .Mj'.. luiuinii us that Ual
night the pub n Luilding and tile prin
t'M'H' pnvaiedwil.ings inOterlin weie
iliuiuiiiated, a tug tiontiie was ouilt on
i , . i i i
t.te Public S juire, euiik a. el blunder-
-
CO i"rti W
a
illation exploded, and a b.nd of music
played: all loi die gteat Aliolnion tn
' . ., i :. . .. ti I
uinpli III lite election ot vuir. i urn
ws no oii.omudii en Pl.t from a ling'
uorae lid. le wlii h grated h trbh thun
der iu lite haiuli ol a aqu id ot vhilf
Plain Dealer.
I a .. it
I ....... 1 1 a irtiituil l. an if and Haiti lu I ifa . I
P"-'"J '-- --
o,na auureis ma cotorcu lenow-cu-
iztis out wuen lie lounu um my
. . .-
wag eiiueavomig io uipim nun in
. We understand that Greiner wasei
.1.. i.- i.. i ...I i... .a,..,..., i 1 1
ll s
IUI UULUIIIlllUt TillM B-nvv w
. - ... . .,' u.
i hip cara lie waa an tiiku um ur re-
i lllllT'.,1H snr, v-nancn
v 1 va in aw eae,
j l
1
our
?'Ttr?:iii.T A Ail
vf"-B- -
"'SS
ii,
his asoirations to be Private Secretary
on his competitor and wooly-headi .in
general. Day has since been down to
see Greiner. and they were seen dodg-
ing iuto Sugar Alley together, where
they had a long consultation. It is said
that Greiner endeavored to impo up-
on the suiuiosed ignorance ot hit colo-1
....I , Un,nn.im,ll,.inn.
Slier;" '"P1"1,"" " I . r T
ould appoint nun iuv,j a
laira to Hayli But the
C.
lase w c
me,
iiizner was not aa big a fool as Greiu-s,,j
prii.ok him lo be and knowing that
the Governor rou'd make no such a-1
nointmeut. Droooaed tlut Greiuer sho'd
take the appointment to Hiyti, and
mvehimtue Private Secretaryship
& r. i . ..,! n
1 1 . 1 1 I .il.ir WHIl IIIIITU tlf LUIaSCUll fcJ'J
and Greiner waa
we may now consider Greiner as the
American Ctuige to the Black Repub
lic. Day say s it is the most tilting ap
uointiiieiit, aitireinerisot the darkest
coniolexion. and ttte hollow ol his loot
her ,5k(, the larSts,t ho!e in the groand.
Statesman.
A Irishman describing the trading
as Via roawnillllA Yankee. lid:
.noil Aii if hi coi (way ovi'.a leo
:-lt.ieialand.hpM Rt up the, oer, r
;.-i ...rnuad selliu maps to.in-
-..-
i tubitauts.'
Iuaw wro;e to bii father, after' the
Ars
.
ope-
ArsLwbale fiist a Mt-Tved him. itatiug tbt
he had foumi good l,eu,n Ior )0UR
. '......',l:il U'i .kl .11 i hustVl.n. i Rul
mau gninR ,.iv..,-w. ' --joiner
ie nine
.Af'sU:A;MerNrMs wrft-wferf moaey -w Monng
ha. been
OHIO.
TUa Ii!ark l.f p hav ontrna-thp
white one in O ib. C'ne ht heea
pfecled (jowernir iSjiiJ nero u!ii!ritliro
py will run md lor tn neKt. two
VPir, Side bjr SlJe f ) .) unijA 'Willi
!in tit:it Si.tte ili.in it'll h.-.i io Penn-
;- - - -
1 Misachiisft:s in jjoj.tir! disgrace.
Aboiiii.Kiisin U iion tbiiv.i iu ot lile
stlvauh, hat it muatann meet iu rp
ward. All exerie.ice provej t'iit the
umchinationii ot AlMililioitisH.wi'l visit
themselves upon :h heiJi ni their au
thors sooner or later, and wo b unto
'hem w hen the divot r, tri b'lLon c ne.
Ohio in latter yean U ti b-eu r.t ter re.
trActury and dot within the eo'Urjl oi
Her pvti i.unj st itean.en. r.i'ir 1 j bar
will noj b l-oU ta gfod reinlja, n
l!M time i not far- tiraynt wfien ' t fi y
will be reirdcd-as the only l'it!i!iil
dvotedtrieudsof the Sale, If Ab
litiouiam lua a blusii it wilt crimson in
their preaenre, and tlut at no remote
time. "Th hundiedi of good men and
true wha iiiii.ed in Lia . etljit to put
dowu Ci'iae and his tauiioiu cre in
(lie cam ni, will till in aoiin rt
liij pia :e in Ml ? li-irts of t p yle
il tj.iip, -w Jen tii eff'cH ii thi-ir re
cent co.idi -I k.i ill IM lu;.v kni ti
lem. -MiJiil, Pj'h, iM'dir, litli.
inon and ii iatol oilier patriot", hive
bjiikd rar Lieuuelve; a.reiijwu tatt
kurpiisoa any tint could he wd:i in t
tented tii-ld Tiieirj was a civil bade
(or political and religious UbV.tr, ia
wiiidi arcli enemtea t tlioe .in itu-
Hons were tle t J. i iL'ir
blj)d!ei cint t, but o? in '"
ntiijiity in'ereis are i I l, al
whictl t.icern l wei.. n tie
winle nation. T ev have b- i r.
cO tie, h"it ntt cu.ii.1 1 -reJ. . A, in
dv ttey will ri-e .titn in tintr in i
and reiie.ii ;ie iute trj.n t - ili';
Wacting
Wacting Argus.
Goon! On Sunday lit wVtt
w a adined off of Spring .'r-t, b t
darates. Laua. a.i esprekit n ir u
ator y lo the Abolition party. .
Yesterday a rape cast-was trid f
lore Ksouire Miller.' in whiiU in de-
lend i nt li a IUlt-bloodd Afriia i,' a.td
lue pLuntiir a lilit mul l! to wn tit i
ll aoperfd in evidence tint the ric
leuuaitt broke into trie house in wht it
the woman rebtded, audtueu atteiuptfti
ma purp.is. He waa held to bail in
tite auin oi for his appearance
U-lwre In IV.mie Court.
hen Ihe-returns first Indicated the
election ol Mr. Ciuae, weihonahtw
could uncover a ciuox in tne dp.rrt-
irPi.t ol some ot the daikies; but now,
bim e tiirf election is made Certain, tnere
in certainly a very visih,e oitterpm c
hauteur w'uch
w :i
1 net have ujt on a
i .... . .
wouiukeem iosy, -we are not ouiy
uour.hut a little betltr than the wluiei.
Statesman.
palling w
.....
Niancaa BifT Wa are priatly in
I o i in i-J thai l m bp.joiier ia iu Of v lie
liuieriior'i Prit;t &i t'ury. II be
will have a bue chirire lo uue Jv.
iir.u.'iat Giitrfiiment tt.eii4a. Trie
K.. N ' H 0,r' 'he Sll oieJ f it Ch.
rid ol cuuoe tney will ripect 10 come
in (or a ih.re of th upoila. H iwarer,
mic auiic certia trit ton bdhI
i(..BiieJ l I"? ure iner Do in: liie)
ill n.ve a Rood time, it they eel
net about it. , .
An.. .i.K lt o.lier truutlet toe part)
kin Hkitiua into, it u rutea tail tnere
o. ". -
i no lea ttiaii fceemy-eigrii ippiic
tiiini from uig,i;er. in this city alone,
for ifie post ol MeeoRf r to the Ujrei
Statesman.
.
uaette, in au af.u-te upon mp repeal
FabEOora ia rwaaaaa. The Ptvrtuchet
uii.iin .riaM ran n.iiiiv nn uuuui.
,.bliah Haalf. ie a ti.er..l thing, in th
I
uiiu.i.rj(,irtin wiih.iul bQ ell.ift: b
i
h'n pt-clatoatio,. II m.da thai il.v
l . ,. I., i.i J.nM T.
ilie Mimouri Con proiTiie, says:
If the free Stales would Ipbtp tbinga
to purine iheir natnrel comst, fresdotn
I. ,...,. . fjrmfd for lhe put
oe yf rl(.,U4,ir,g u lbe pri(1. of
sulh j, ,i(-, bed. ..id conflicting pr.tc-
uWi,ior,, aUrl cotnk)inatiiiaapear,
,lt result ii what we " itua.k with
inuth tegrei io Kaasaa.
' 1
-UOkFei r.r.iu.... iu.
nes ulCt.
i ..,,
bt Rer ;
proper busi-
nem ul Cbriitkin almikiera,' n the aub-
aeuaible .lirout de itreJ
J..,.. 14. Il.rloell. kl
Ki H iu j, i.i, w w
h. muld hiie'l.ilt co.iare, ti.iu
( b iee thousand NewE-iUa i ciers;mn,
to hear ' biui they aaiahi Itafa prunie.v
y the wi. comnel of ibe teTireud
6otlewaa,aad larit d thiuttaa humiii
i, i,t uii ftiiBk kia. LiecfLtl. !
I J
,he .ople j.- viriue of their firm
lherei.ee to iheir work. I ml iflaViu
I .l . : t..'. .ii.kj.li.i ih-r'.ifil
mwici cuuui;.
Werekbte to a'octeed' much better
,h otiecVfe cotili kav. a-oaa."
rearet we bat ool ijace hi cupiuui
tract troaa ibii adaaiuaU aui uwipI)
Iwauurta. but caa ua'r uiHeul
pkikgraph this raoroiiig : '
The e n pie ui Christ, emt his
tiplea, aboit e ihey the) atteuileJ to
work. They ivoideil the diatusaion
ill quttioa that did not directly
io an erf. anu fiieaa.tnan incn
iiin ii.flueui-. ol uhea ra'
an ooronite ciiursa, kyome;eil fights
ou Pharisea, or wily Soiba . Thri
ua lhe tampta of luppof tiug . tba
eminent, tia.ticatiiig ibe .lawa ot
laad.aad viere, careful Dpi lo epeak
of the rulers,' end thought Christ
him cwcifiey, aa subject, surrea
o'rk, and UldVl'ug
much better
A LITTLE TOD PUNCTUAL.
T h h o u t. h i j ) ij to ji cjl i ii J Tij r, Ui s ,d a.-, . -r
psrtort- oi ihr N'lUn tieimttnit' 1
from lie r berth it .Jev Yof anrf t1)"""
must crowd ' pljaenjeri, ,'tiPWtio i,k
fruil TeuJeri,' cabmen and dock loaOt, .
were ssiembled on ica. abuul, . V
wheo our attejitiou was attracted by vh
. , .. , .....
sing uiar tciiiui ui a uti orotvu liUKee,.
in iu imnieiiaa wool ha., rhocolnta.
colore l coal and pini!ooda.drTTjrr7
vut . Hit iitioj, near. the ilttbua J pj J:.,
IIh box, aut iur i i liivl thirdly erjr
f male who cama on board now: aai:
lien consul in in enorni'tu sil-Ter tuli'a
jvtera going t. the mily fjrouo, foiu..
j'h fo.it'of th prnniena f dAk 'aiahs -4
IT. I in rjiu li'.rdcis
nu4 m ihit bell fjr
.
i
oi
-
to
r
ill
ery
lhe
an.t
e
by
Z.
ish
of
e
ad
ei
one
dii
one
ot
teu.i
f
bi
g.'f
..th.
evil
and
up
all
ney
tban
ee w.icti, which ha iaiae.1 frum' the
t-p I'i a .of. a capaciiinj, fjb,by. ni'uns',
I po'werful slee(cll'ttif.T Afle,r mou'u-"
riiif tr.'at.t iq ,'?-rt" mv'-uer, liw'ja.h!.-
furluiiatf A.t'rm .t.w--5 - ft -.--w
ihe'vrarf.r' i(p'irlrtgifii Votfa lmarP,9
iiitentiaed(islyi wifi a fljhad (ict.ti
preasui the ' moat "tu'eaa eutiety. ,
t'his lerin of Oparat.Oiia ka perlor nej
ieil limej. ' aliec which b ruabeav
about- ihe .boat wild and hope leail - .
ejaculaliost. . - ,
Witat'a iha.tima dayt . Waadar if roy. 4
Mevaiar'a fast! Whar'a ih cap'a! ' '
nair'a ih itewarJf wliar'a the- b'Jia
ti .t ow .'s th ihip" ' . ' : '
Vf'ja-.'.s the rn ttir.-Mf' w.i vea'ur I
;o ak him Wlieu he stood still for a'"
at).at. ' ' ' , :- '
iik. u'i esen notliirt; of a git In a Mae
a i b iiuiei. wi h a f biia .Cjntuncrapa . -a'ivl,
Iuju nttedu JlUr I'iokgowa. -,
ii,l bijMii bJJU. hejT. coiaa abaarl ,
nite 1 Waj' : looking for ttirt, rap'u at ,
il.a poiul of tht kh.iu.rMva, yo,.'ieyl"
M j' kuc.i pi-raoii lu cume a Ji'ard,
'Torminied ligluiiiu't sne'a my wifat
Ha HtieiiaiJ; 'iinrriel fief yeatirdiy
at! t.tr trunk and rnina ara aburl, 1
4r a pi.e of btgiKS i till ia Coo- -
acueii aieeple; -Iha uarnu Diaca
11 1 a 4 ' aa-ya ha can't banJ it Oal, and I '
wo.iv i laata .a baggnga. , Aly: wile j
oaly Liiiiijon it wa. t.j li.tQ CQuie ,oa
t hal( pant (out, and ,lier-U I al-,
iwji lie. i , Uat,a b8ioiie iifbtr? .
ii.e ca.i'l ba eloped., We b'aiul beea
in.iriaj long enough for ilia'i, . You. .
ijii'i ihiua na tin a beej abJutUJ, '
te. tniaiei'f S jeakl uiivert ' wont- yet
yyan are thef
t 1 tha sliia
ll ia e ainal lor departure ths
Sr. t, bail! Th aBcoua will U .fling U
tuui u.jiuif .'.:; . "
lluiniff you (iaa'l say sol. Win'
the Ckp'ut' . ... i... . . ; i.
Thai a.alauaan la the blue coat.,
. lba Vaukee ilaruA to tut', c'apiaiu'a
aiJt . .... i ' ..... .
CspV, 'slop, 'the sir.;' for' lea raiQutes,
wont yer ' , .
'I cant do It air. ;''
Sjt ye mint f tall yoa. r ' aif
yoa far it -ltj muca win ye isai ;
1 cowla not do it. - ' - -
Cip'ia I'll giee you .nf. . dollira,
gisad the Yankee. -
the captain aliook tin heat. , . a
l'il gie ye live dotlarieud a balf
and a hill' aui a half!' he kepi repeat
ing, dancing about iu . his aouy, lika
uid jdckaaa ou a hot iron pule r
The boal atarts at fia preciery;aal
ihe captain, shortly, and tarried away.
0! uuiti.niiy heaited heaineu! naur-
raured the Yankee, almost bursting tu-
lu utira; 'Pdrtin' man and wife, ant wa
a a
lull out jt marneii. ..: -.4 i.j, . .1 i 1
At ihia muioeut... n nuga .paar.ta
wheela began to paw ihe waler,.aiid iba
wailing iH-am descenJed heajvjlyj.ariiik,
uig t ie h .gJ fabric to her centre., ,A(l
who were uol going to Kaw llaee'o
weutadiore. The Iiauda begri to'liaul
in ihe gang plank; the feats are already
tab l looe
Let go that plank! ioe.l the Yankee,
colUring one of the tunda. -"Jtop it
like a hot potato, or I'll bar yot into
the dock.' " ' , -'.-i.
lleo heo!'ahouted the men ia shorn
as tiiey heaved up the gangway,
,Miut up you braing doukeyaP iI'ei
the m. ddeued Yankee, 'or ihere,ll bt aa
ugly fchop of vork.' .'. . . '.
B'U the plank wai got aboari"aQ
lue DOal li.luatie.l pal ine pier.
In an inftantthe Yin'kca pulled otT
hi coal flung hia hit besUe it on' the
dock, and rushed wildly to the guard.
re you drunk, wf crasyl cried a pas
senger, selling htro
1 m go 111 lo fling mytelUitto tne doc
- .1 -L-J . I "It .. L.. .
ml swill aanurei criea iu ii.i.
1 musu'l leave Sciry Aau eloi.a ittJSew
Yma city. You ma dir'i.detba" Vuggaga
among ye. Lei go mr: i .can sw iw.
He atruggled a lunousiy mat tne
co3stqr.ca of hie rakhiieas mtgtilliaV
bep n Utal. had not a aud teti'epperr'iiou
thauge.l his' purpoae. '"JA. ykj iPtty
vuuug woiuan.iH ..blue bonuet - w'hiia
Citiioa efkce aiiawl, pint nreia aow
brown boota, came lowatd hi.ui.
Tiie big broira Yankee uliared one
kieo'.oriau atioui oi Sary Ana' claapei
her io hii arm ia iptta of her it lull
ing an t kia-ai bar hearily, 'right betora
all the paakeugera.
Where did you coma frotar nk ia
uuired. ' . ' : . ,
k'r jia lhe ladies' cabia.' anaweeei ta
bride. 'Youtoid rae half paatifout but
I thought I'd make aura tud coiaa a
lour.' -
'A 'little too punctaat! lald-th Yaoke
But it' alt ngfii novry-' Halt'o, Capt'a
yuu nay g.atie4. f -Umt'l nare about
kmpptu. Coiait irigti tOkTug tli7H8J"8
niouey aud bagg.ge cuiq.e Aiiglt gf trJngi
iHoWuad.Sfarj, M .long jli.J j,ou-pU Iff
is all rtxhit uow. (Jo .ead,aieinriiA;!
KOaiu up mere, areuieu:. ijaio. 1110
ueuav;
.Whea.
were seeu i
biii brow a Yankee' afra'eurffcrtu'g'
aieuiier wrt of the yydng' woafaii-'i
ibe blue bofinet aud' piual !tfrieV)4Y
beliet a Ihey reache their aiawtiiaxLjaj
rtfa and setifr "-i o;l ilg n.
r , . . J i
the suo set,
a seated oii ibe' u pper Uetf,' tha
a Yankee' "efra'eurffcliuYiue

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