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Ifi-r..l.-.1 him lwr ! h, tlp.i to it,..t Ur f. r' pf, nifl l.o n !. f '' ii, lift"!1 wah Itif nt!l an lot i; Wich .tn i.).-!h ini-l.t 'i.li' liiiu. A( fr.. it rstsn r linr.l dir l.itn t-" wl fuf !! living Ih t l.o.J liorftofnie l'ti Cftiitiif.rv, Uinii"li (.iiiiit'tnH-s H iit'i.-'y fttij !!..-? : 'ft Li wihuIt ronr- f. miil tlit rlmtitv "f fi-w -orttiy . I f. j "''. 1 " ' ' f -"! H!u' "!fi!lR tlp lit IV ft'i l;ati. 'if 'M I'm'1 1 f r ) y !!, prcJ 'T B'iM;. ! i' t.- 1 But 5ml 1 c ur-!i o't-n ni'A n i l mil'- ; 1 kV. i.i !.-(' i-.'i;r "f t"0 lilt!" f ' : lo !(irrl nn!i f their rnr; atnl : vili 1, Wil 'f tvHS ti.ii'ii l nut t'i Sinm-! ; lirnnft'T, Id wr'i k ti'.l l.e t w 1 1; t y- ! ' t! 1.1 till .1 Otif (f 1ll OHiliil'ht Illibtlll.tK' thov l a I f r Mill". Yi't v ),it !v, t! y 'Mi'ij'ifif il ll.nt wIh ip j I' erf i IP ' Mtmv lirrim) ncn, no i mai'V Wf! fiilcl l itis, tl-r-ro tnii"t rcr- I (iti'ilv I i R r.i rt !Atil;n? liV'r " 'f ! riMiifnit; I nt i.n.l!v .In! AViSiiti iti' t1.(' il-tv. tliti! mw liim i lncf'1 nn.ltr Die; 'i!tri;i of t'if't"l.isc fi 4:l, Itsnl-worlirg fitrtiii r. It wits iii Oi-iiil.pr )ifti Iih citiie to I, in new I.onir. ttn.1 tlic first, Kwrlit of tin j Ian.'.', t.M f:ilii.rii"l liotu-f, fil'nl Lin licutt wit'i j"v. nt tlm j.rof ;.ii't if tv i I.HrTy, iiHi ru! Ii'" lln (.ii!il Iciin vcryMiina:, lw mti'1; j trilo cure ( th" Iktsi a, fcrl tlic J iu'M. tin!!; tin1 rnwi, mill "'.Ii !" tliottl.t In'. " nnii't Mt . (Ii ati-t i-1 j;!iul t m o iup;" i so full 11s liin yi'ttrf li!trl "f kit"! ffi l ni!,"t, towniil l.uii who whi lifir-riftfl' to siit plv ti t' i-lnrp of H fi.tb'T. tli'it lio, .c fiH tho rc-t of iih, tlioti'lit tl fy tj, !i t l. ri'ci) riifJtltnl Hi ili l!''1i1s, ltowpv.r, wcifl of Kl.nrt (lui'ntinti; tli" piittiii',' wa tur from wljnt h li ci it liripcfuilv aiittcipalfil. " 'S tlii k II, e vimiii'nn wnl's point,' to rnt my vitteln fur tli next iloz'-n yi'iir, 'thont imviti a rcii oi tit for en ? tnJ liHrt'iiiti, Squire ! Put'l lmi(,'niti ! If 'twnnt tlint IM. r i(,'in .l tlit'in pftiors, I lk'ive IM just Hftnl the I'l-iit liiu-'ft to the jnor- llOIlK'." Poor Willio! liow pr.'iy joy nn.l lmjie gfttil: will. in Lim! His lioiirt KPPtneil lik n ;rrnt lump of Iph.1 tlnit pitiiipil with pvftv tliroli it gnvc " I don't know iih liow l.e'll Lo flin If-nst Lit o' iih'i to mo; linnm't do tioth tri,' nn' bpMilrs lio looks like one o' them Kiiiv'iit kind. " Wliat did voti stty yoiiiTiBtnc wns?" "William Wimli'ii," mid the squire, for Wi'Hit could not find uUenini'e for a sintln word. " ,S'"'n life'll know w l.o I mean 'f I frill dim I'.ill, won't lc? It itntwnys, tliat'il do Ioh tiiittip 'k lone ' i'v K'1' nnytliiiiK lo do wild dim. ftiid look n liero my I'lmppy, 'f yon don't mind yonrp's nnd q'g wliilo yoti ie witlt mo, you'll fit ft lastin rt'i v d;ty; d'yott mind tdnt?" Willio did mind it; nnd the mute tx prosion of terror, tl ut was Mumped on din poniitrnitnep, sdewed Hint lie fully renlizcil it h drendfut nipunini,'. Never lu forfl did sncli n keen ReiiNO of diH niter l.elp!i Khuess come upon him, b when l.e found liinmclf nlone with din keeper. YotlllfT ft do Wits, lie nr-cmed to know tlmt do I. ad fallen it.to the. l.imd of a man to whom do eonld nevnr look for Minpntliv. Ho dared not cry tin n, for very f.-nr of m.nip dreadful pnnindtiietil ; Iml when nt iitfjltt l.e wa dent alone to dished in the dark ntlie, tin- team rolled dot nnd fat down his eliee!;.; fur ho frit that do wan en tirely fois'iki n. It seemed to liiiu ns if the woild wan nil darkness, nnd there mould iievr he unv more lipid; and thete w ;.H n f. elinj;, so heavy nnd crush ing-like around hin heitrt. that he coti'd ticatcely dreathe. He thought of Ion father, fur nwny in the chmcd-yard; he ttse-l to he kind to dint while do was alive; hut now hn had no friend on t ai l!.; 110 iie to shield him from harm, or coiiif.it t or finer him; the man to whom 1, now l.elor.ped, was not eren one who was indifferent to his sorrow, t'tit, rnll.t r, one w ho seemed to make it di aim nnd odjeet to prind out the life and son) of din poo bond hoy for the sake of d i!!urs and cents. lint, though ho had no friend on earth, there wt()no in Heaven who was h! third the unfortunate, neglect ed I .oy, nn 1 to this friend Willie w no Mrnt.j-er. He guarded well tde llitlo nrpdan, f;r whom 1:0 one seemed to car, mid, in hi own pond time drought it to J.Mi for the verv I K-t-t . P iV f'er day, W.ilie had to toil and j Indor, often d iitif? the w .rk that an j far leyond hi little strength, and re ; e ii it! only a ruist i-t liread for mip t i r, an n reward for all he dad done; ! but he Mnij-g'ed f:i:thfut!y on, apail.i-t ! 'l lh iiiCii')e!jieiice that were pur jpifteh tut in Li 4 wav; all tde time veepti'jf np a pooit Lean in Lopea u lter :me to com. II the eld bit ter win. U pierced hi thin clotliiliff in inter, lit wotilil work as he rotiM and 1 dope f ir summer; and if this ice and :ur.i.r fr,,yn l.iu ftl,t..,hl r.a.,..l f, t liA I would wsrm tl.era on Id aoft, furry 'cunt .f old Moll, a she lay chewinu ' her cud in the mi tiny cottier of the datu ; yard. j Tliu did five Ion weary years wear itdowlr away, and Willie waiinw fif I Icen yearn of ac. ' Five yers t dr," thought he, "since I Cn,t catnc to thm hi. e and l.ia rnit d w andered ( ff in ' reverie from whi !i he wus 'n a.w .iket.t .1. : ' li.ll ! lidl ! w lo re's that buy horse' I ii die that you bad list w i- k ' "I ptn ioi it's ith the rtt-t of t!,e har 'bes; i hiiiij? it lif j 'ts-t sixtn n I catti h' l.ie from the n.i'1 'No ' U tiidn t neither, do no m h t?iiri;. 1 gacra may t if v u'J p l' 1 where you put the ret o' t'.em thinj '.;t tt 'e v.oi'.i fii.d t!.:t t ! ' "Mr ir f f, 1 if r st-de atiythiiijj i;t k'A lay dtc, 'id oil kie' Il I"" " It w tfie Ii rr.t tiw.e Willie hl I'Ht '.in I to sj.enk in ft'.; h a manner ; but h:s r u;f cuild I.- t bro. k the insult, let lie ( coin- penn -f tnerso bad "t',.1 terdir Iu e, will Vii ? t ike that, yea imp idci.t puppy!" and with the word liter flew- cr.- the bain ti etiier I ri iN' which Mr Jrntigi r v .is holdit.ff in his hind. W hat tin' man really ittetil i-. do can not be said ; but his aim was sure, and the heavy iron bit l piM.r t he S'-nsi lens (in tl.e tl or Vit!in.it waiting to see the extent of the it, jury d iiie, the passionate Ui.in left the barn, an I went to wmk at souie tliis ( !e than he ha 1 intended lb.' ton tr lie lay iu this halt lifi less 1 on. lit ion, Wtliie never knew ; fwr ti irht and daiktuss seemed all the aames to him. as he roM sud stargeied out of the darn Mild d.twn the lane, Wliere dew a .'oit. he did Lot know, - did I ot t are, mi ng us he never URalo saw t'i fai r; of hi cruel tak-ii..tter. On, oti, on, all day, and all nijjht per haps; W illie di not know ; and then there came a time w hen h" was uncoil si ions aaiu ', the strenj; tli which his fever Hlii! p lilt had given him ';is ex hausted, .in I he laid ill the roi l, to all aopeatalK en a Iih less body. W hen eon si 'ionstiess letiiiiii d, he was in a little cott ige( where kind alteiidaiii o mid skill, soon winked their good eflects, and then, iu spite of all the good Cot tager coitl 1 do, he continued his llight Hut his footsteps were closely follow ed. Samuel Granger, not enntcbt w ith the injury already. lone, had set the of lireis of the law upon the tracks of the poor hoy ; and he himself had followed, to iiitlict summary punishment 011 the runaway. Weary and foot sore, yet urged 011 dv a (ot ling of ('rea l that he ft ni l not explain, Willie kept hurrying along the load, Uhing only that direction which set mod to him would loud him mure di rectly away from his hard iimsUr, ami all the while praying that ho might liud some place where he could live happy, and de like the other hoys do dad seen going to mill coming from the sch'iol house. It must bo several days since he left the faun ; nnd there were very hard thoughts with'n his breast, against the man who had driven him from such a miserable home as it had been to him. And now, for the first lime, he degan to fetl the pangs of hunger; what would he do for something to eat ? (Jo lack? No! he would starve first. Oludly would do liavo taken tho dry crusts that wero once his scanty share ; hut ho could not even get them now, anil he had not asked for anything since he left the cottage. 'Jo he mire, there wero oi'chcrd.s along the road, hut, he never had stolen anything, and ho nev er would ; bo he ran past them as fast as he could, lest do should do tempted too strongly. Every . tinier that" s-rartiagfl came along, lie would hide dehind tde fence, or crouch down in tho grasn h( as not to he seen ; and when it was once out of sight, he would start on ngain. He did 1 ot dnro to ask for a ride, lest roiuo one should know him and take him hack lo the place he so much dreaded. If was nearly sundown, and Willie was making all haste to get to ahotife just ahead, where he might ask for something to eat, and perhaps do per mitted to rest dis weary limbs till the morning. Siidden'y ho heard the clat ter of hoofs dehind him, and looking hack, saw ahorse dashing towards him at a fearful rate, and dragging some thing along wild it. There was a clump ofdusliiH standing near the road, and behind these he crouched low down. Then he peeped out from among the leaves to see what had happened, liow his heart leaped up into his throat! The horse was covered with foam and dust, hut still it looked like 'Old Hay,' the very one whose bridle had been mining. "lie's droke loose from the wiiggin," thought he, "and maybe it's Mr ti ranger lie's dragging along." How he trembled as the. truth dashed upon his mind. Willie .lid not know what to do. If he slopped the hoise ni.d saved Mr. Ornng r, w ho could tell how much he would siillVr afterwards; if not, he did not d ue lo think of the consequences. It was no time to argue the matter, nnd the manly, noble impulse of the hoy curri'-d the day, );T came his little worn-out jacket, and iu a moment more he whs in the middle of the road. Ily this time, the horse was in ally upon him and eccmcd to despise such a small obstacle; hilt, nil of a sudden, up went hi aims with his hat in one hand und the coat in the older, and round nnd round they went as fust as he could make them go. In an itistmt, tde dorse, frightened nt the uiitisuid bight, stepped. " Wh a there !" and befotis another phmpo could be made, the litlio fellow had a firm hold of the br.dle. lather the dorse knew Lim, or eli-c he a tiri. d out from running so fast, for he wits toon quieted; and Wilie dnslini'd to unloose the poor man who I was; (listened behind dun, sure ennugu j it was Mr. t!ini;er; but Willi d.d not j think of anything now, but how he i could help dim. I'nU isting tLe lines i which were lightly wound around his body, and laying him on a green plot of j eras by ll.e romUide. he ran for help, j Tbia was readily granted, ami Mr. i Granger was runied to th nearest j house, and will cre.l for. It turned out thai his injuries were hot so great i a n.ight have been expected, mid in a ; few day he wis quite Weil. Hut, a'though there were no Lone j broken, there wim something else brok 1 en, ncrer to be mended; it w& his el j fish, ungenerous f pint, mid when he : w a told v.hi had snved his Lfe, tbe soft fspot in Li d'-att w me 1 fit last t ihate ; Ln-i It touched. j ' S'Cti'.a to me, lh',!,' Vd be, wheu t i Ut h met b.'iu, "Seem to iiie ' if - ou'd a lone 1,0 tuorv'u light to let it.e i git kt ie l, f r l'tte ti-trr did yon s kind : osa 1 .1, Somehow 'r other I &V.nis Lad pick at viitl; but 1 tu plag;iey n.iiy 1 for'l Ibi!. it iii m f 'd awful Lad just here;" at, I theold Kian.d'iwu luM ; cbei k there rolled a large round tw, I placed bia Land cTer Lis Lesit that for vear Lad Mt no vnijitl.y for hern an 1 11; -cry, sii.I ti.t La i U9a no Uv-ii'.f bat 4'.el.ie. " N.. U.li, 111 te'.l JOO what I'll do If yon';! com back with utn, I'd neu r spi j m. otl.er cms word, n' x on cau I . v 9 evirything von wnt. I kno 1 don't ib'sm i it, JiiH, but foitiie 11, e, mi' l ii make you as good as the lct of 'em, if tuotx y and c l.cntiou cau do it ' So Uii:ii Wkrdelt, who wss tlwsy f-.i.-.'ivn.g, went back to the farm house; at. i tie old u.a.'l was gud as his WOld. I' i in tiiy a long year since all ihia hipp.i tieil; I ut from that time to the present, Willie has never regretted the g -o l letnrn that be uiide for the harsh treat in id that had well nigh caused his death; and he w (inn in the Iscdief that i.ne good act wt'.l do luolti toward mak ing a friend of nn enemy, than a hun dred hnr.-ih iiii- s, mt: ) ..'.on r-sr.:,vu'ir's Accounts of travel tie often lather j uninteresting, partly because of the i lack of interest iu the places visited,, and patlly through the defective way! iii which they are described A poetic I imagination may, however invest the. dreariest spots with attraction, and the loveli. st inn ks of eat t h may seem pout ; and arid if sketched with a dullard's; pencil. I.ut. perhaps, the most graphic and effective descriptions of actual' scenery fume from thoe "plain people,' as Mr Lincoln would have Called them, who aim at no grace of rhetoric, me tin coiiciously eloquent by tie force of simplic ty. A record ol the Yellowstone Kxplor ing Expedition, which has just happen ed to reach us, is distinguished ly this graphic directness and unpretending eloquence. It is partial und fragmen tary, but it reads like the realization of a child's fairytale. We mean no dis paragement, but tho reverse, of the Notes of the Surveyoi-tieiieiiil of Mon tana, in saying thh. No unstudied de scription that we have read of the in ternal scenery of the American Conti nent, sit: passes his notes in any partic ular. The country ho had to describe certainly ofl'i'i s great advantages. Itut il is much to his credit that he has per formed the task in so uppi etending a manner. Where temptation to fall in to the besetting sins ot tourists is great. The Yellowstone expedition left Fort Ellis on the 2'Jd of August. Through the liozeiiian I'ass it made its way to Trail Creek, from which a view was had of the iitoiintians beyond the Yellow stone. Soon niter it leached the mouth of Gardiner lliver, which enters the Yellowstone just below what is called the Grand Cannon. Ilcyo tho explorers .itched their camp amid magnificent scenery. They louinf abundance of game and trout, hot spriiigi of five or six different kinds, imjliniiiig sulphur and iron, und basaltic f"!iiinjis of en uoi'inous size, that cotiatau t1PfijgrKt ' ' ed some might v effort at human arch itecture. Hut finer and more imposing still they ft und the river the Gard iner, just before reaching the Yellow stone running between a procession of sharp piiniicles, looking like boiiic noble old castle, dismantled and shiv ered with years, but still erect and de fiant. Suddei ly' and between two of these turrets, the river makes a sheer leap into the uir. a leap of 1 10 measured feet and then Hows peacefully into the Yellowstone. This cataract, which has been lit. mod the Tower Fall, must be in form, color and Furroiindings one of the most glorious objects on tho American Confine t. I.eyond this, from the elevator peak, a panorama was obtained of vast x tent and beauty. Far in the distance were seen the Yellowstone Lake, and the jagged summits of the Wind Hiver, Big Horn and Lower Yellowstone langis or Mountains, while still further eoubl do discerned the tops of the Te tons. Soon the party came upon huge boiling springs, giving forth volumes of steam and tin ir sides encrusted with sulphur. These with questionable taste were name l'dlell-broth Springs," and a gorge hard by. where a mountain stream had ages back torn its way through a rock of lava, was naturally called the "Devil's Den.'' More pic turesque cascades were afterward found several of them exceeding one hundred feet in height, and the water possessing a beautiful enteral green ti it, to which Mr Washburn often refers. But beau tiful is hardly the word for the lower Falls of the Yellowstone. Hero the height more than doubles Niagara. The water of the river is thrown down in one sheet a perpendicular wall of three hundred ai.d fifty feet ; und the ming ling of green water and w hite spray with the rainbow tints above is spoken of us gorgeous beyond di mi ipliou. Not far away there is something more amaz ing still. There is ,1 cannon, or ravine, which, a thousand feet deep at the Low er Falls, becom h nearly double that depth further on. Jutting ohliqiely over this cannon frow ns a lock, itself two hundred feet high, on the top of which is an eagle's nest. Close by, a little rivulet comes chasing down past this rock and leaps squarely into the cannon, It is dashed into mist long be fore il can reach the bottom. There are many other strange things in tfte Yellowstone Basin, which would fake much space to describe. Theic are extinct volcanoes and hills made of solid brimstone ; there is a large sul phuric spring, twenty feet by twelve, tilled with boiling water, which is con stantly thrown up by the effervescence high into the air ; there is is a spot covered w ith spring's cf nearly every color yellow, green, blue and pink ; there is another spring of alum water,' not in sol .lion only, but crystali.ed, and there are gevw-rs of mud a:.d steam ceaseb'wdy active that inuct ex-i ceed in size and power those of Iceland, j One f the number, according to Mr Washbtirne, throws mud three hundred i feet high, and another siiiuUi only at i intervals, l-ccoming perfectly still, and; aici! throwing up vo'ame of boiUrig lu! is'i to a great height. We have said that Uob fiord real like a f.i ry ta'e, ; atid rea Ji i wii! by this time agree' with u. Il official charm W, howener iay 1 added ta the evidence of thatj itrijdtcity of style already commended (of earnest of the t r usl w 01 1 hy t.ess i f the iiaiiative. l.'ately do dcertptn lis o( nature come to our hands so to nfli'i'tcd !y I X pressed, and Vet so gilded w ith true romance. t v t j .r. i- t'Ksn'f sr.'.' i. o I U"S. ( m h. KdpHtiuk, our late Minister lo Chi'i, w 'iMiohgi'd to resign Lis position ud return Lome on areouid id declin ing health. '1 he disease seemed t bp a swilling oil the h ft si b' of the lower part of the nei I It male i'.s first np ii..tii'ii:.i tiboiit t.vo ve.us t'conlul waft undoubted!? ugravsted bv much spenk- j :.. . ... .. 1 . 1 ;..! ..' 1I...1. Ill Z '" '"' 1 n"" lono ... .. pead.ng It wm induced by ov.r ex citement tu the m my. Without uceiv ing any pel nninei.t aid tho General re turned to Chili. The foi ui'tUou in the throat men used The most skiif il medical n.eu in lh.it country were baf fled ill their t foi ls to master the dilli cuitv. They drugged the Geiioliil nenr ly to ilenth. They could rot decide what it wns. Tue Geiieial r turned to the I'nited States about ten days 11 g 1, and slopped at the islor House with his family. II. s (it's t business was to consult sumo of our 111114 skilful physicians. Or. 1,. F. Sass and Lis associate, J'r. It. 1. Lincoln, wen. culled iu. Tho latter made a cart fill ex .munition of the Geiii lal, and decided that the forma tion was an erei tue tu t or. Without making known the lesiilt of Ids dis covery, hu requested IV. Hammond, ex-Surgion (ieuei ill of tho Utlittd Slates army, to make an examination also, and lie did so with the samo re suit in to the nature of the disease. Tho physicians held a consultation an I decided that I'r. Lincoln should pe.foiui ail elucli ic opnrutioti, to which (leu. Jvilpahicli readily assented. Fri day last, day lixiid upon for the experi ment. At tint time the tumor pro truded outwardly us large as a hen's egg. Inwardly it was much larger, crowding the windpipw half an inch over to tins left, making the effort to talk and eat very iliflieult nnd painful. Gou. Kill at rick wits placid under the inll li.'tice of ether. Four largu-sized darning needles were th 11 inserted in tho tumor. Some idea can bo formed of the stubbornness of the tumor by the fact that il required all the strength a strong man possess d to force the ueedles into it. The fact that it, was near the jugulnr vuiu increased the difficulty. An unusually powerful elec tric battery was then applied to the noodles, the full force id the battery being given. Notwithstanding the infliluiice of the ether, tho electricity had such an effect upou the patient' Hint two powerful men had us much as they could do to keep him upon tho bed. Tue needles were removsd. The patient lay quiet tinder the intliieiicH ot the ether. In IhirtiVt Jimmies exactly the outward swelling begun to go down, and soon disappeared altogether. 'J he General lay unconscious for two hours. As he gi initially came to his senses ho began to complain of exci ucialing pains mid of torturing burning in the face and neck; but these distressing sensations were quickly mingled with stirprisj nod delight. His windpipe had atpiigbtened and resinned its nat ural position, and the " great lump" which he had complained of so much for ten months pant ha 1 disappeared. Of course tho General was left in a terribly weak condition, but to day, al though instructed to keep his l oom mid bed, is looking exceedingly well. Dr. Lyicoiu says the anion lit of elec tricity thrown into Geu. Kilpatrick's system by the operation, if concentrat ed, would transform a pieeo of the hardest kind of coal tho kVj of a mar ble into a coal of fire. Tvi'iioii) FiiVEii. When 11 young man of good constitution and good habits dies of typhoid fever without any re markable exposure or exeition, it is not an accident, nor a " Providence;" ex cept as nil crimes are providential, it is murder. I thought of this as a funeral procession lately passed through the streets of a beautiful seaside villnga, beating to the grave the body of a promising young man, rut down by this scourge of New England. This village lies between a wide forest and t ho broad sea. During Ihe summer months the southwest wind sweeps over miles of fresh oaks and balmy pines, or tho east wind bring. health and vigor from tho sea. How could the poison of typhoid enter such a paradise? Nothing is easier. A few undefined pig-sties, a foul va.ilt, a neglected drain will bring it. Ignorance, selfishness, carelessness will " make a hell of IIeaen" any where. As 1 walked through the slreets of a town favored by nature wild all that could minister lo health, nnd en countei ng every few rods a breath, of pestih ntiul air, I hastened (o the clean ly streets and pure atmoiphcie of the city. If poisoning wells is a crime, even, what shall be Mii-1 f thiMe w ho pois in the air for their meghbors. 11. 111 Adrertiser. A strong hint for farmers to clean nnd cleanse their premises from filth. Eiii'iiiicisvi I hate the shallow Amer icanism wb'ch hope to get rich by credit, t ) get knowledge by raps on midniehl tables, skill without study, mastery without apprenticeship, power througu a packed jury or caucus, or wealth by fraud. They think they have got it, but they dho got something else a crim', which rails for another crime, and another devil behind that; these are steps to suicide, infamy, and the harming of mankind. Iu this life of tliow, puffing, advertisement, and maiiufactuie of public opinion, all ex cel'en'.'e is lost sight of in tho hunger for sudden performance and unearned; praise. Emerson. .S'lin Fiaticiwo, ('!., ha an area of j s,iJ a,re, iiii ided into Yi'ij) build-1 Iti lot. There are four block no! m ire licit would sell at prhe raiiinx from f-'o'" to S, r "front toot," with an merit ir depth of wveutv f'.-ct. OiVinsry lot of by ioo. within a mile i of the tity reutcr, tiring from I, '! to i l.,V'e.-ieh. 1 1 J-U .' " t A peiith-nian of Indeiiapolis, asking accomodation f.'i the night at ih"tc in a town some forty miles ft out hi ow n city, wns nt fiil inhumed that evety room in the house w as already occupied There being l.oothet fust 1 lass host ei y in the place, the traveler importuned so urgently fr hosp'tality that the l.indlotd's w its were still ulaled lo good effect, and he finally lemon. hciod that the usual guests of one of his rooms, a timstci '.mechanic from the Mate capital alio supervised mm c public wmk in the town, was lobe absent from the house that night, and would expel ience 110 great injuiy it a gentlemanly strang er Him asigl ed lo his deserted quarters for one night. Consequently, alter but little delay, the Imlianapohtitu was con ducted to the bedcliamper of courtesy, w here, with ull the gralcful anticipation ot a tiled man 011 such an occasion, he retired lo slumber. With a last stretch of the right arm under the pillows, he was nbt tit to drop away, when his f xtended hand sudden ly came in contact with a crackling package of paper; and in tho abrupt revival of all his w aking fasulties by the unusual incident., ho quickly dis covered that the paper had the consis tency and foldings ot a letter-sheet. -Draw ing it from its place of conceal ment i 1 the darkness, he became more and more sure that he had captured a secret epistle, and with a curiosity more feminine than masculine, id ter miued to relight liis lamp and examine the prize It was u letter, without wafer or seal, and not even addressed ; but a girlish Christian name appeared as its signalure, and the handwriting was that of a woman. Not being troubled with chivah.us sensibilities, or having lost them all by citiznnship in the principle divorce-state in tho Union, the traveler had no hesitation about read ng the missive, which he could soon understand wns not tholirsl one thus posted, or bed-posted, to the proper ocupaiit of the room of of which he, the reader, was but the temporary tenant. The writer of ihe communication ad dressed her unnamed correspondent in tho teuderest terms style of blandish ineiit, rernind'iig him that although his present bondage as a married man might emparrass I.im under the preference of a lady not his wife, lit! lived in a state where tho facilities of divorce left people 110 excuse for mar tyrdom to uncoiigeiiial alliances. In short the fair end imprudent scribe plainly mado love to the master-mechanic from Indianapolis, and coi.clud ed hy begging that she might f'nd an answer to her appeal, under the same pillow, next tiny, when she made the i.ed. Ci nvinced by litis last passage that a chambermaid of the hotel was taking advance ground in woman's lights to obtain for herself a husband at the expense of an unsuspecting sister, the travoller felt himself morally bound to reveal the plot to the h st: Conse quently, after an cxplautory preamble on the following morning, he presented the intercepted letter 4u tho landlord, who upon glancing at the paper, was horrified to discover in it the handwrit ing of his own daughter. Two Wivks of one Man Livino in the Samk Family. Wo fhid tho follow ing domestic romance in the column 8 of tho Waltbam Sentinel : We mo informed that in the early stages of the war a man from the Statu of Mnino was culled into the army its a surgeon; and after being iu the service a short time ho mado Ihe acquaintanoo of a young lady, if we mistake not bo lotiging in, or at leant once a resident of Harvard, Mass., and in due time they were married. Nat long after their marriage tho wife learned that her hus band had another wife living somewhere in the Slato of .Vlaino, nnd on inquiring into the mutter she found tho report to bo truo. She then left her husband and came on to Boston and addressed a line to wife No. 1, inquiring into the affair and at the same time inviting her lo meet her (wife No. 2) iu Boston. She immediately received 0 reply regretting that sho could not comply with her re quest, us she was left poor and had two cuildrcu to support, mid could not af ford tho outlay; but wished wifu No. 2 to come mid see her if hho could Thereupon she went to Maine and there found the deseited little family, and ar ranged to take them lo Boston, where we are informed they are living togeth er as happily ns could bo expected un der tho circumstances; and what is n little remarkable, wifo No. 2 works as hard for the interests of the children of wile No. 1 as if they wero her own, ar ranging for their achools, music lessons iVc., nud with as much anxiety as their ow n mother. Tiik Woman Si rnui.E OrtsTiyH in a Nkw 1'iio-E - At a fashionable down town hotel, whoso regular patrons are now ret uiiiing from their summer haunts, nn affair occurred, the other evening, that for a few momenta looked dark ami mysterious. A staid senatorial gentleman, on retiring lo Lis room after rather a later gamo of chess than usual, in groping on his bureau for matches, brought his hand in contact with sun dry hair pins, curls and other feminine adornment's, that for a few moment rather npsot his iilensVif bachelorhood, lint referring to the numbei over bis door, Le decide 1 that he bad not got into the wrong room, and made one more effort to Cud the matches and strike a light, upon which a vision ap peared rising gh.st!y fioro tho bed, while our hero, with trembling knees, had just time to glauce alout the room to obttfcite that hoopskirts and petti coats were not his usual clothing. So, retiring in affright, Le summoned the ch 1 k, to inquire,' with tho Dutchman, " Who a been Lereaiue I'a been j ,ne ?" The question now i, is this a iiew way of pulling the woman luff, aye q n stion, or a brn't assault on balcheiordom '! The La Id is old enough, and nhotiid hate suffered somts woman to yiiido hi ; vote long ago. And we hop that this Lltle incident will not b with'. tit effect in our future legislation.! Botou Herald. ! I Fi.MH.iv.i Womia tx F,ru -It dixa 11 t appear that the la Lea of Huia are sty tatter ll.ttn tocir solera of tbia country, and vet the rod is Hot ftpatcd on tin tu. They ai 1'oggtd enough to ! iioiLu m very aupei tor U'inijs, if tin i ; is any iittue in Inking !se, A tvH'k ; with the inviting tillv of "l'lia l!d iu I All ('..utili u s," my that anecdotes of the tlag. ll'ibon of ladies in Uussia could ' be ittiiitqihed to any extent. The author : s.iy s : " It wai sliled a few year ago in a ; German iiewspiqv, r that three of the ' most beautiful women of St I'eletsbuig ; were dnvi u duet t from one of the im 1 cunt hitllH in their own carriage, in : ull of their sat 1 11 nnd lace, to tie. police : station, mid, after being mounted on a ! 111 ill's nhouldel s, w iih their dress tucked up, nui' Hiiuitiy whipped with a birch ; ni 1. No explanation was given, but I tin y were dismissed with the significant jcuutiou to hold their tongues in future. : At Another imperial patty amue young j ladies, who had been chatting too free ly, were politely escorted by a mail rod' j hot. I to a distant npnitmci t, where, i be ng ma hi to kneel over an ottoman, they were seveially smacked by a female housekeeper with their satin slippers, lllid theli welil homo." If this is tine, it expla in the wuuiium rights movement thai has lately attract ed attention ut Kussiii. This objection of the women to tho rod probable cornea of permitting them to have ti e alpha bet. There is really no safety whou that is concealed. MAM T.OTt'ltlMI ('llAMl'AUKP and Or 11 it n Wini s hiom ('nn it A well known nd reliable bottler ill Newark, N. J., stales Hi it ho w is solicited a few years ainca to cuter into this business, and mado acquainted with the whole secret, but declined. A ISO gallon cask of cider lit 20 cents per gallon, Costing ftl, by this process yields in champagne, at fit per qnatt, JdiiO, with a trilling deduction for loss, labor, bottles, c. Unliable men engaged in bottling eider say tdat it is their belief that nine tenths of tin. chauipa,'iio drunk iu this country is manufactured from our native cider. Large cargoes of poor cider are taken to England, sugared, mingled with bad, low-pi icid wines, and receive an infus ion of logwood or other coloring mat ter, mid come back to ns in neatly bot tled p u t nnd other colored w ines. Wino Unit becomes dend und sour is fixed up by mixing iu cider, which produces fer mentation. This business is curried on extensively. BoV.M, Visrroits. All (food littlo princes, if they do nut net naughtily and vex their poor, jaded, imperial papas mid mammas, shall come a visit ing lo America, so they shall. Haven't all the Vietoi in, boys had a good time here, much to the relief of thoir moth er t Now tho czar is going to solid his heir to sow his wild oats among us, and a dispatch f 10111 San Francisco says that the crown priiioa of .Japan actual ly arrived ou Sunday by tho Inst steam ir from Asia. America is especially honored by this visit, 11s this is the first tinio one of the royai family of Japan ever left that kingdom. Ho will go to Europe before returning home. Truly, this land is an asylum for tho oppressed of all climes. BisMAiK k AitoiKn. A gentleman who was taking a glass of wine nt Lou is's, comer of I'rtcman and Hopkins streets iu Cincinnati, about tbrco weeks ago, observed 8t another table, sitting with several others, n German who seemed uneasy and anxious, as if theio might bo a l'rauco-Teiitonic disa greement between his beer and himself. I'leseutly in ran a little girl, her faeo riidiunt with smiles, who exclaimed, "O, we've got a littlo poy at home." "Jlati is goot," said the Dutchman, as the anx iety disappeared from his counteuaiic; "fill up tier glasses." Not many min utes elapsed before in rushed the littlo girl again, W'ith fie announcement, "O, wo'vo got two littlo poys nt home," The llutclniii.il looked a good deal astonish ed and not altogether gratified at this Utile family redundancy, but rising at length to the magnitude of the occasion, ho remarked, "Well, den, das is goot; fill up tier glasses." In a few minutes, again appeared tho radiant messenger with tlm astounding proclamation, "O, we've got thro 1 little poys at home." This was too much for even Teutonic) impassibility. The e was no further call for glasses. " Well, den," nays bo, " 1 goes up dere, mid, py Got, I sthop' dor whole dam pisuess. Chicago Re publican. There is a Servian Prince In the Prus sian army whoso numo is so long that a company of engeneers have been or dered lo level down the consonant and use it as a pontoon bridge. It wasn't so vpry late only a quarter of 12. How dare you sit there and tell me that lie? I was awake when you came in, and l inked at my watch, and it was three o'clock. Well, isn't that a quarter of 12 A Dubuque grocer wondered what m many people wan to! of vinegar the other day, but didn't find out till he had told all his whiskey at ten cents a gallon, by tapping the wrong barrel. " What ou earth ma la vou iet an diiitik, and whyoh why do you como to me in this ilrea4fu! state 'Boca use, nir darling, ail th' other placet 'r abut Op s A city misiotiarr was asked th car.no of bis poverty. " Principally," said 1 e, with a twinkle in Li eye, "because I have preached so much without noli a!' The new ayftb.il) for rejs.rting the approach, of lorui by telegraph I alotit to p into ojrti'alioii, tlm irml men lo be emjlot e.J oti the lakes having jjonc ''' their nation. t ive-fi-aiic pipe-, with the emblem of th ilepuhlie, dare jnt apppar! from the l icni h 111 int. Kau-n l.a now prisdmed a trill'l Wilfiull.