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*"^ JIJME-BEA UTY.
fran "Die Magazine of Arl. ?* Mme ta a taV fat the boon of play, MUM kind that ls built by Miss (.ieena-ay, IVhrre the walls are low, and the roofs ure red. Lad ?%?? mTPaa are gay in Ita blue o'eihcud; a* ?_ tue dear little figures. In (rooks anil frills, roamin'' B~" I ni ny *?*? it And do nungi Fro Ti , rOailllUK .."aa-aa a -> v"?" ?"- ?* * ' "? " ????. iud piny with tlie imps, and reprove tlie calves. ind do naught iu the wond amt Work) by halves, ton) "Hunt tbo Slipper'' and "Kulali, -mc-roo" "o watolnug tbe cat in the apple-tree. O Art al tbe Household! Men may prate Ul llieil V..1.S- ..lt.-li?", nt..a I ,,,,,?,,,., .? They ni iv m.ur on their wings of ?sense, and float To tlie au d'lii and the dim remote,? Till the In;-' bun sink in the last-lit West, Tis ibe Art ut tlie Door tbat will please tho best ; To tlie Mid of Tnue 'twill bc (still tbe Hame, J'or the i.artb first laughed when the .bil.lien rame. Ai SUN "JOBSON. my daughter-in-law; I had. i.s widow, linda!taken, till roy sun was of age, tho ina.ttageint'iit of bis i>u>(>erty. ( (insisting of a large estate tm tbe Continent. Thia gs are managed uuita-ot ber wise mt tie part of Kni'ipew here iny little Sketch is laid than elsewhere, rho 'lien.selia (t' owner or representative of the owner, delegate*. Ins or her authority lo a ? S< Iniflner,' a aort of bailifl, who bul f uiiplete ci'iiiiiiand over tbe men, and te a ' S, !nif*eiiri!! ' wlu> hollis tbe same au; bouts over the iiiaide. Men sud maids ail live in tbe castle, and ?lui- laban h ara only taken ?baathan isa press ot nark. Tba aaaal wtsrfc. as wallas attending to tha Perse . nattle, etc., is done by sonants lured irom >esr to year, nnd living in tbe l.t.use; we bud up it.ird of t ss int v 1, as mistress, scarcely ventured to interfere ss nb either ol the important personages I have mentioned, as they neeiled all tue prestige tout could l?e given them, to keen order atttoai Die often rcfiacioiy and ulways rude farm servants It bapp.n eil. last al the time I am doseribiag. tbat one of the maids was of rather a Letter das-, she nong tbe orphan child of a peasant propneier, who had Leen sent to m.s house la learn farm work. Thc girl bad sn nek nie once or twi.-o by lier graceful lignro. carrs mg bei milk-pail poised npon ber bead : and aa abe saluted me ia passim; with Hie usual'1 kiss your bands, tracion* lady,' in a sweet low voice, 1 thought Sba looked like a spell-liouud pi ineess. only waiting 'Ol the projier moment to step oat tn her shabby ganneata and glitter in silk and satin; once, too. in passing 1 heard a splendid contralto voice KU""!!!!', un old song in the staole. an.l set lo ?ords which worn titter for rh.-music than tim in deeeut lines which are usually iomo'1 to thc old gBSBjs of our phi t of the world. / s I waited listen? ing, mv cm banted princess came out of tho stable with ber milk pail on la|r bead, still singing, - Adi !a. du hist mein Stern, sher, adi! so fern.' Da so? ng nie sl.e stopped, blushnm rosy red, and even lor got bei manners, and was hurrying past w tv.ut greeting. ? Whole dui you get I bose pratt** veises, my atulaf a?M 1: mit seeing her too liiocb (oniuscl to answer, I lei her go aud thought no more about lt. One evening 1 had token my knitting and saun? tered amt lousing at the frait trees, and us 1 can? didly confess iei Woning aboat bow nun h i idol ihev would produce, and wboiber there would sui ta a chalice ot aell'ng some tum. when happenng In raise mv eves a little higher thaa the applet*, 1 saw ind'cut ions of a splendid sunset. 1 hastener! un the little steep path to the press-bouse at the top ol the vineyard, and tumulting the Barrow staircase tm to the wooden balcony constructed after tho model of a Swiss house, was soon absorbed in the wonder and admiration culled Xirtli by tho sublime spec? tacle. As the colors svere fading in tba sky] turned to descend tho stuns imam, when I suss n, - lair** inn, il' n standing with her back to tuc. so evidently waiting that 1 involuutuiily st upped aud said to myself: 'Now then I shall see ssho wrote tho*, pretty verses.' 1 could not easily be sa sn by any one iipproa. lung the little press house, as tba bnl couy was nearly cosered 00 I bal sids by a linga overhanging pejr-liee. I had hardly waited a Blinnie ss ben 1 -aw, uetore es en the cir! did. u yo ,b coming up ircin the contrary siile lo the one I had come by. snd with open anns ad van.lim to the un? conscious mri. Ile ssas the son t.f an liiipi.v.Tislie.i nobleman iii Die neighborhood, and of ss In,in, thongh v.ts voling, the neighbors spoke bat ill; gay heart sana wilbla aaa sd, tae thought that ibis graceless r- nth had found laver in my pretty maiden's eyes, bal I wss soon illilleeri*.ed : ns s,?,:i ms be advanced m-arcnongh to Start ls lier alie sprang back as irom a reptile and called ont: 'Hands ott, Sir! You know 1 won't listen to von!' ile.lin not seem inclined to tako the wantina, ami I was cou sideling whe hoi I should interfcie, bnt 1 thnuahl as I ssw the two together that the lass svas a hie v lass enough.' and quite aide tu bold tnt] own with oue ti an antagonist, whbn suddenly the scene wits changed Ly tho approach ot a thud combatant, lt was mv sun, thou at home for the Bolto aya. u .south ?I e'abteeu -, he sppcsr.-d not to share my views ..? ?arding Uss contest, bat laying hold of Ibe yoong baron by bia collar twisted hun round and round and thei. S"i)t him at dooble-t.uii k pace down I ta bill. Ob, bow han.iso.ne be looked, mv son! his gray c.yea as black as night is it b anon* ii nd india nation, alni boss- proud ol him I felt: bat, alas! univ for oue short tnoineut. ihe next the'anger hud gone eat of hie ayee, and tbay wars shining with another light, un.rc beautiful, 'Otrbapa, Lot >>b! for me bow much sadder! He, it ssas evident, was tbe one waited lor, he was tho writer nf the ver-cs. he was the star rn my poor maiden's dream. What should 1 du . Alas! in such a case svhat could I do! J slowly wool ('own the steep stairs, bnt totny giossed were they with Ita?salvaethal 1 ajaaelosa fio them before ther noticed me. He had bis anns round ber, pressing her fond!" to bun. uud in spite of myself i aol iced wltb approbation that ho did uot guiltily start away when l.e saw me. ?My child.'I saul to tho girl as gently ai leonid, for. von seo, she wus so young. * you munt knoss ii is Bot fit to behave in this ni inner and, Iii sr in. have respect enounb foi nay presence to loose tout hold of the girl.' Then they parted, bnt we all stood uncomfortably conscious that something further must happen. ' My dear, s on bad better go home; I cannot allow you io stay here knowla a what I nosv know !' ' Mother.' said my sou. breaking silence for tbs first time; ? take caie what .sou suv lo my fulii:o ss r.e.' His im nm win! And w<ro wy dreams to end thnsT Hut it was to> absurd, be, a ho) ol eighteen, and she the maul win. milked tba cows I soire sumed, addressing her, ' 1).. von hear, my deal T you fciu-t go away, anil at mee. 'Oh, iniid.un, forgive me,' said the pooi girl ; ' but what shall 1 ('<>, and where shall 1 go *' 'Cauuoi sou uo 1)01116**' 1 suiu, forgetting fur the moment that sha* was un orphuu and bad n.i bama, '1 have no hoine,' she said with tears running down hoi checks; 'father and mother are both O' ad, and I lies er had any brothers ot sisters.' ? Well, my dear, i saul, still more gently than be? fore : ' voa most have a guardian Un u ; cati you nut go to him T* ? Yes,' she said. ' but?' 'lint what ." I repeated a little impatiently, for I Wanted to make an end of tho si cue. ? lb- is afraid . for Mark,' ol lust statumeied forth the pooi gill. ? Oh,' .aid 1 somewhat hitter! s, ' lie has a son too, baa he. V Hut she looked np so imploringly and so sadly thut 1 could not give any further vent to my bit ti-rness.the more as I could barely keep mv son fiom iiuzmg iu tho controversy, winch smnid certainly have only nnule things ssorse. He bud held the girl by thc haml all this time, lind now and ihen whis? pered a word ot tenderness. It Was ii leane too ridiculous to be touching, hut too serious to be laughed at. At lajst I said ! ' Wall, you must go to your guar diau' ia geaeant in the aaigbbwrboudj ' for tonight, ann I will como to-morrow and arrango something with hun nnd you lor the future.* ' Yes. madam,' she said, sm til a little curtsey and a quiver a>f her preltv mouth ; but still My ena did not loose her bund, and waiting a moment I turned away thal he might at any rata baaa the satisfaction of being unobserved, ninl said. ? I., w.n. you must let ber go. sn bid her good-by.' In less than a nunnie their adieus bad been saul, and turning again, sve Loth. I aud my ion, watched her flitting down tbo hill in tbe niue light of the suauaer twi? light till she was lost to mir s.ght. ts inn abo had qaita d?apaaarad 1 tamed to my iou. not altogether <|Uite clear st hat was Lest t<> say arda; be began tirst, with flaming eves ami in a deep voce still moved by emotion. ' Wall, motlier, Bte you now satisfied T "shall you lil.as it Letter tb st your aoa's fatwa wile should b? toassd aboat from one place to another till 1 sui old eno.igu to claim ber "' ' But, Krwin how can you talk ' ' such nonsense,' I waa on tbe |*?,nt ot saying, but a loon in hi-face altered the phrasa- to) 'aban! marrying winn you are oijly eighteen, and you ss ill not pe ut age till you arc tin nts-Kiiir f Von aud she will have time io change sour ninnis i wents* times in those six sears, and I do not doubt you will th* so; at 'ins rule if she were t,, Le yon* future wife, as s ou call lier. }wcntr timi s oser, she must goa-av now, us well or lur own sake as for youls.' As 1 said this au iuvoiiiutar.v smile passed' os ci m\ face, lor I fell so sure that, as I sahl, time tsoiild bi i,.g tho desired ctiangoof tho: ghts that I hpgan lonee ibo thing only en its min -a bus side. I'arhaps mv son dis cost-real this, tor instead of answering me us ne hud evidently iniended. he a-uietly walked down tho hill ut my .ide, and from that moment, foi ya ari thc nreliy nnlk-uisideu was nevi im ntia.ned l*e t vs ce us. 1 went tue next morning, as I had promised, to the house ol bar guardian, but sba bad already takenbeidepart.ire. Ha did not aeaas trerj stilling to talk abmit i.it; I fanes his conscience ssas not steane, forl* hoard it said afterward that be bad allowa il Junia, li io b,. persiiadeal bs the ghi to give her tuesayings -bunk book ss here bar Blaney. BOOBS fiundred florins, was wi utan doss ti, and bv' means ol which alie could ire! the iiiouov luto'ier awn Possession. .she pud persiiadeal him that she could ?ot, sud would not, stay in the country aad do country work, Int elie would go lo the next cog ruderable .own, and in Home way c utrive io go to CObhaol and lt'i-n lo be some! inna- battas than a sant's wite I coade some unpiny about liei -Siter a while pretty milch forgot her: only now EI*t-Oa, r.lu-11 1 w is watching the sunset fitiin tbe nilla prebs house, I thought of the eceue tbal I hml vitnessed there, and wondered whether my son mw thought as little about it as I did. Years passed Mi my sun studied well, la BOBS lungs wonde. fullv so. Ile gresv in strength und lutuie and delighted in nothing so much as when ie could make soino in ck-bieaking excursions imong tho mountains. In due 1 line be took bis degree at the 1 nivcrsity : ?erved his year as volunteer; and at last attained tis majun iy. Which wit i us is at the age of twenty 'our, when there were the usual rejoicings and tanqaotings, and I formally resigned into bis bands ;be ats?aejeuieat ot biapropertj Tbe day alter tin- iu>sts were gone and tba Lnsiuess was on.ludr.l, ta came into my litilo inorn.ng room, and sitting down in his favorite chair. itroi' lied himsell almost across the little room from lide to sid'', and said, ? Well, Mi Mo,' ,a nu linaine he med io rall me when a child, bot lang dianaad, ami I started ut his again tabias it up', ' aren't you elad lt's all overt I am, I know. Don't you tlnnk we (b sirs e a reward T Wouldn't it lie nice to make il tom throng!) ibe hills, and take some fashionable watering pla. e?say Ihuum?on our return T' I ssas rather BSjrprised at this proposal. lor int son had always aiprrssad a decided dislike towatoting places: but ss hut pleased him would cerfaii.lv I thought, please tue, so our plans were aixm made, iliid as soon pul into exe, utiou. We traveiieii leisurely, eiiioying ourselves Bltu h. I stayed ul !'.ie bottom oi the hills sshile my sou tried unknown and hazardous short a nts to Ibe summits, und my peace of munt ssas afton sadly listorbad when ta waa delayed in his aacaats or lescciils, and did not reach' me ut tue time pm posed, bat tba .nixons svas alnara happily thrown .way. ai'(i my son (nine bi,cl; safe and sound, Ins iienioiy ever clinched hy the experiences of each xpeditmn. At oie time l.e would describe lew, it night, altai thc sun li.nl gone dost n, and the;, .tere bivouacking under a rack, or bad taken poa session "f a hut Inuit Ly hospitable explorers for inch purposes, alter b tune he sasv tho blue sbnduw il liie earth itself thrown up in half-i irele ilton the highest fops of m.' mountain-, or, if a iiignt haze w. re tn thc air, projected anon that; ind amid Hie misuse stillness o. ; bo reg,mis of ice imt snow < ame the feeling of in ii gui li. ance ol Ita individual, nut ol' ll.e mighty in;.rd. ni mankind. Alter a lew weeks anent m this un,m.er a e slowly journeyed on lo Baotn. Wo arrived there just iftiT the taili d'hote, uml my son taggadmato make my toilet, .nd go wu ii hi,,, on to ike prome? nade. I stand. bewildered, but did ash. begged me, md we weal down. After a sauntering turu or twa sioaagta public walk sse took our s"nt on all .-inply I.euell ami pretend, d lo listen tu tho music At last 1 ventured tbe remark,' My boy do you really like this*' but as mr question remained un un - .wend. I looked round and found my sou's eyes B?ad intontly onttwo Ugares slowly approach' ing us ? two ladies, un old one and ii young i-ne: the latter struck me ut the ssotneut as being tba most Leiintilul person I had ever seen. I recog? nized, directly afterward, au nhl acquaintance in the elderly lady, l)Ol 1 waa watching them iiuite unconscious!]* and carelessly, only attracted by the exceeding Leanly of tbe younger whoo, as tii.'v had nearly como abreast of ni, tue i-iil raised her tyes and ssiih a vis ul blush acknowledged mv son's greeting. I cannot tell how it svas, hut al lhat moment 1 know it all: yea, it svas thedairr-maidtransformed. if not into the prim os*, at any nita into a Indy. I houve.l n little sigh. I knew ms rate al once, and tried M grui el'ulls as I could to laka U|i my beary L'lnlen. ile t wo had reached i tic cud oi tbs ti .Ik and were tun.mg Bgaiu, is hen I at !?st broke silence. 'Ms Loy, tha! old lady ls ; n acquaintance of mine: would you Ilka ta ta introduced 1 1 can e. eily claim acquaintanceship.' For auswer hr snddaulj turned, and taking rn** hand kisM-d it. and, rising mit it upon bis arin, and hil me lr.nurd tl e issn. H.- looked ai mc. and, see lllg the tears .1 ?u.Ung Ul my eic- ho ls h,spured. ' She will be a good .iangi.tan to soi:.' 'We will bone at any rate, abe wil] Lea good wife to yoi , my hos.' said I. The old I dy, Countess A., I bad knowa years ago. She bud never married, and, as I lound later, bail i hn-e years ago. taken the fairy princess, as l sutue r iina-* called uer, as companion Till then Urn evievf?such ssas ber nan ?? -li n! beau at BC bool; at br.' as half -oi s ant. ii.ill-mipil, uml al ter want ita ball-pupil, ball-teacher. Sue had given sn ii sat;.. faction (hut the mis; ress o| tl,.- eat* 1 nish men t, ni. lier wishing to obtain some other situation, had reeom. mended her most st ros) ti ly lo the Countess, who bad liken her. ami hud very soon tatorwe i|Bite dependent upon tar. (letn-vie-. e lian ,,n ! !,o occa? sion of a lira- in I heil dwelling, shown such roolueM and intrepidity that the (.'ouniras always ind.ired that she owed life and aropcrtj to bei exeitioua. I'liis was all ve:y nu at to boar, and asthe young people were walking an and hiing themsc Ives in Hie by-Walk' ol tba gardens, as isell as in tbe paradise ot their hap*.) lava, i be Coo mess nus telling me tbe history of tba I bree years sne baal had (jeneric*'? with bei She hi,es, she said, thal (i.-iievieve bad an acquaintance that might rn,en in'o au engagement, .**i.e . orreaponded at t itaaa, and had seen oin e or lwne her inemi; bul M ? wished nie a we not to be mentioned nil be was of agc and tbe affair could be sen,cd, the (Joan tess hud not tried to loree herselftuto llaosviete'sconil deuce, but had only var oed her tc bo . Bretni, Bud Iel it pass. ? "jul ti'.w,' sha continued, -near Iriend, Generiera is ia?ally e'good girl, and if yoni son hat chosan her, and bas remained in lb** same min l nil tlieut) J ear--, ta de-ei \ i a l hut Ina Wife should Le kindly leoeived.1 *Tee. yes.' I said.'I know ail that; but do rou know thal sta n el to milk our costs?' As ) saul it, however. I lelt aebmueii ol myself, for it w,,s really nothing bad, and ea d titine,; hastily. ? and lioiv.an sba lake ber pbtoe tts "Lady ot Ihe Mn mil'' there, where every one knows In-r iiiiil litiesv ncr familyV ? Weil.*ad untied the Countess, 'thal is certainly an obje. timi; tl might aaasily become a sear, e ol glint dis? comfort to hun and lo her.' * I'spa* nilly to her.' added I. Tb* result of our consideration was that, tie Countess declared hersch desirous i>: legally adopi ing Oem riot e *?? i bil I; and as sim was <|Ui:e li.Town mistress, and user Inetifty remsoj age ur esssry for tbc legal.tr ol tbe adoption, aud lieuevieve gave up all pu'ten-iou lo any properti Huveasb.it sbonld ba voluntarily taaiowcd upon he., the attar members ol tbe Connies*.'s famll*. made no serious objection, and the linn.* ssaa quivcly Battled.*1 Mi bob. wbo to .lo him lust ice, did not much trouble bimsoll aboul the business, uud waaqnile in.tiller, nt a* bel her Iii-. ssi!? nere lo Le know t) a- i he daughter of a pi uki- or a peasant, only insisted on n Bpeedj marriage; and us ibo buaiueaa was ujoicklj arranged, be and M isa A., as (.euevievo sva* iiow called, wera married,auUBet oat on their wedaing tour, winch nus t.. last a mouth rn two. amil betook inc home again, aad ard solitary, to prepare foi theil reception, After lin- months of their sse,Liing tour WON over, in tbe late autumn, the young pair returned ; and though 1 knee un son would be indifferent to demonstrations. I ventured to ibink it would not lie du willi bis si ne. s,,, in uga ssoie ordered tn give the;., snob a receition aa in tue eenuin ls usual. Mortars wire tired ol) ns boob aa tbe car riage ss ;ia ,'?i uppro,i bing; ino band fr mtbe neighboring town was called into requisition j and the farm-people, hoib lo and eal ut the c.nile, re cciVcd tin ul vs li li shunts of Wei.onie, the In artier tbat their throats bad already beeu wetted ssiih our home-grown w me. Tbs carriage entered therms. tlc-C?>!irt. nod 1 followed Ly the hulle.el.i-f per Hud tbo min.ls, came for v. ard io welcome then.. Ms alaahler in 1 iw looked ns beautiful a. ever, but I fancied lhere Was a -light trace of anxiety on ber lovely fine as she glauceil from one lo ita oilier ol ihe elder people, leal they might recognise hw a. un old acquaintance. No coe appeared to do so. ami it all passea off as well as oossible. ibe neil lew (lays were <>,ten pied In making visits, aa ia tba custon, willi Us. which ins son Line svilh a degree of submission which, knots tug his former abhorrence of snob things, I thought quite wonderful and highly pru iso wort hy. Ile ssas led abonl turn castle to castle and iiom mansion house to mansion house, like ;i lamb to the sacrifice. 1 "a. not ol len present at such times. Lat when I Waa, I loo:.cd svith wonder at the self-command and beard willi wonder tba endless flow al light, graceful uonver sation, devi loped by my daughter-in-law. 1 had long lelt Hie castle and taken up my abode in a tint In,use in tho midst of u little wood of Iir trees: they wera not so neal as to shut mit sun and air,'.Mit near enough to gisc me the pleasant smell ol'the pine ss ood. ihev harbored also flocks of titmice, aod 1 Band to sit aad watch these mos) giacetul deni** ns ot the noes, hanging sometimes at the cud of a branch, ami swaying to and I io in Hie wind, or dalling, quick as lightning, trow ona twig to another, tn asarcn of their favorite food. I med often to tell roy daughter-in-law I had more pleasure from mv li lends th ni she from huts ami m. troableabool them either, I ara afraid she never quite forgave me for having known ber as well, Ssa milkmaid: but my son wns lumpy and con? tented, and I, of course, could not ta otnerwiee, Only onct .n company, I MW a shade ot lear ami auuo.sauce cross lur luce, und it so completely cb,ingaul its beauty that tba occurrence, slight in itself, impr ssed iiselt on my memory, lt waa at a large gathering on occasion ai u chant , I .irs cn. crt gi rou ny the amateur! in the neigh horne od; my daughter-in-law bad alan Baa**, ns she was ime of the best smgi rs aumiig tim gent*"?folk. After the concert was os ei and tho OOHtpaai bini risen from their seats uml were greeting one anothei ami con sersing, I saw the same vicious lad, noss grown into a vicious man, who had mule om- at ll.e sunset scene, loquieitivul.t regarding mv daagbtol io law, and. after a momeut, with a main ions tts lu kio in his laded eye, advance toward her. she had re? marked him. (oo. aad it stan svith sm..etj.ing less tl.au her usual coolness and composure that she re? turned his how, when, jual us he was about t>. ad dree** her, a great Ineud of mine, and a sort of mug naif ui the district, who load p. i lulls, made at? tentive by my look, also been watching tim byplay. approached aud saul, with as ie.pe. uni a bow us if he had men greeting au empress, ? May I Le allowed tn deliver here a message from ymir nether, the Countess A., without awaituur ibo foimalitv of coming to your housef I met ber at the Batta this year, aud she begged me to tall you tnat you anal "?Ma Austria anyone after the age af fifty, if rhimicss, inn Hib.pt u cliil'l. sml lin- auld ciiiul enters lulu all Die rights Ol u real child, mid lilut u real cb.ld, lu Au.Ina, eau not ne wholly disinherited, bat auder any eire.m. siiiiiccs must have the portion of the adoptive parent's property culled the " I'fhobt Theil." If liss pMi'-nt dies intestate, the whole Roei to the adopted child. who of t'oiirs* from tbs moment of adoption bcura tbe family name. Tbs 'Hie can oul/ b? acquired hy the cxfren cou sent of U? Kuiuuru? yonr husband must not forget your promise of viilting her this autumn.' The young man bad drawn back at tbe approach of the elder, ami listened, evidently bewildered, to this spee. h ; thon with a hackneyed compliment at the pleasure be let Bt tin. bug sm ib a bai utitul new neighbor, he tuned away. 1 saw him furtively watching my daughter-in-law anea ortsviatjiu the course of the erpinng, hut he seemed to have got over his sus? picions I,eiore the company Separated. Whether my old irien.l leally knew tue story au my sou's va-ife. I never knots ; he had a knack of knowing things that tm nne alas did, but I inver knesv hun make an ill use of tis knowledao. Youl s passed nu : children ss ere born, tsvo boys and a girl, heantiful little beings; and ms daiigbtor-iu Int surrounded by ncr children mada n gmup that any painter would have been glad to take as ;i model. The youngest, my darling gold? haired ttoggr/waa tba pu.ie of my life, the solace of mv "ld age. Ile did not lend himself so readily lo the little graceful forms ol life that i)ie elder children suc? cessfully adopted from their mother, bul his ardent, Bclt-sacr ticing lose, whsn he really loved, his un i concerned disdain of a lie or deception of soy kind, pleased me more than the bi Ighteet talents ol the most graceful denmanor. His elder brother, the eldest of tho family, waa richly endowed byan line, and bas since, under careful training, fully developed bis natural gifts. Tho girl ss i.r I In le..st Interesting of ita three, and had sets partially ln heiite! her mother's beauty; bul as elie grew toward womanhood aha developed n slight. grace? ful Pj:nre, and was .pule sine not to step oat af tue usual grooves. My daughter In law svas very al? lenbie to her dillies us mistress, and the bousennld ssas perfectly well managed tim better, "torbane, bv the knoys ledge sho had acquired lu former years ot Tariousshortcomings among tbe demossica. My son w.,s apparent iy sui iaPad a uh his wife ami ? hil* (lien, nnd looked alter bia people, and studied-ami st iota, uninterrupted Ly any misfortune. !?'. very thing went on Well, and I don't think tnat e,thor of my grandsons ss ill Le allowed t" marry a milkmaid ' The children had reached the raspsctlte ages oi eighteen, sixteen and twelve, wheu a sad tune broke mi anon and deatrorod mir unobtrusive hap piti"..s. ***l he climate seemed to have windi (?iiaiigul its character; the harvests witto miser aide, the sm .11 peasant proprietor! ssere redneed to greal straits, an 1 even the ilobar lanrtewners were often ai theil wita' ends foi a little ready tanney ; a,hie:! to ail which, or prwltahlv m eouseqaeni.I il all. there ss is si sudden collapse of minoan ti ls credit, ami joint stock hanks atm Institutions of all kin's, yesterday t bon ghi as safe aa tue nilla, wera ursshii a ami tumbling down, bringing ruin lu Itali ti aili. My son ytiis nol so bard hit us some ;.l least it si emili not at first bul anxiety daikeued his brow, iii. 1 at I in es ma.L. his ts,nils shari.; indee,! Illili;.s ss ere ROI going on Well, lu the COUntl*) 'Ul' can bardi] lit ,? w ii hiiui horses aud carnagea! ami th,mah m. s"ii oft ti lal'..-.I of only ki .ping Un lill Ul ll"! M'S. bis Will ililli h I thei lo sine fib d Ul pr,r suiiiling hun lo ll) a little longer I lie neeon I pair li-had siiid, so that noys* there were only one pair and a young horst*, which bad often lieen lined, but was reckoned n >l milt bioken in or Ipguilworthy, Otic day the s "ting people wet. g.me to spend I he iilleriinnn with st.slant iioigi.hot-., and Could not return lill lau; mv sui hui gillie to town. In* lending lo stay osei nigh!, when, aller Ibo children vri'ic gone, a tel,?-'ian came from bim saying be should Le La, li that evening, and ita < at Hage mu -t Le-ent to the station. Mt dangs tai In-law gars or,lets thal tlie sonni; horse should ta put lo tbe III tie carn ;i ge. and she would drive down beleeli i i ireet her husband. I ha cen bunin was of course .mt with Ihe carriage, and bbl * help' ramo up to -p ah to bis mistress, aud, aa is often tim way with such people, said in t disrsspci tful m inner that Ins ma ter Ino! forbidden him to humes, the boran, , si,, nilly ahme. Nosv itara was ono thing mv daughter-in-law co.dil not Liar patiently, un,I tnt aaa any teal or fancied waul ol rtwpeet from the servants: whether itwaaast'll li;... ting rooieni l,|.I I ,:i st ! i'in-, v, th t lie olen 11, it perhaps tins sen .-ml- deliberately refused ber ?he deference they pan! to others, I do uni knot. Lot nothing wea bo uer! ii lo mi ke bei ohstiuately ml he re to s reaolu* lion 11 au a ilisrn I ii i' nm of tin- servants te obey hoi. ? Never mind.'sim aaawerad aharplyi - I t ? 11 smi now to do mi.'' lin! 'begun tbe man, 'Itou'l suv anything more, bnl pul Ibe horse to and li hun np to Ihe door.' Tho maa desisted inn i pt at persuasion, sn I lien: aw ic sulk Ij to do a-sin- lui I Lui,i.n him. JI. p.ii io i in- horse (who, to make malters worse, li nail sen out ni tho stable lor a aim air So*, aiul di.I ll ' i a -*i> in case lils mi 11 , is iclld Iel ,i n i ? sv.tli del i ' , . y ami n i ,iou!,i really lielievioi. i; easoolv a fidget ol ibe .. ictus,-,| bis oller to drive bei down to the station :iiul ss.,11. borne, whsn bis amstel would Brains * riui ?? co i ti in iga quite tseii nolie, an! lakiug tbs reins slie sal oil; the man, shaking bs baail, i. ntl i>n 11 > ?* r, i ?> it ai .1 -s mt ahont ins ssm k. In the meantime his ?isirass was geting iu'.' ,'istt-is. \t nt-' a- we afterward heard tomi i ns | :' tu who wa* am the road, the Went qc let Ij enough; bul | i srhore tta bill eua -t...|".i ta stat eal ita >ei -ar tt 'a . bad tae ll lllg L, the side of the I . 1 alni SUdll mil "TOSS ll ibe carriage ia --.'.1 him; pull n. tbe I Ills cai e I lOtll I1 ?' (flip III Ifa ? hick. Il i lloWII III.' bill ! ll SS.ni! peiliia '. . IB tta boise CU a lop. i,. rvieve trie I in vain t" slop I i nial ,t in ? i oil. kai nh, : , i be rosa I ; ; ul, ia, -' ,i lbs Loir a, ol Ibi li ll Ihe i ail :00k i tain '... p sci mt a ittle/.tone bridge; tbe bora** mlsseil ll.e bi pl uogeal bead long intai t li ral re,i ni several I eel Lr I "ts Ibi rood dragging ihe carri te. ?sitn liane ni il, al lei li m. .un! tbere bein' struggling and kick*ng ns if i'.,'* el withe den. up. mi i.i Uenevlev. was burt lielora abo raaebod I ta water, whet bei hawes dronnril being en ti is nh ile carris e ol wbethet Hie horse kicked hoi ou hi r hcnl ami o caused iiei iieiOa. m. one ccu d tell, s ? oas al toverwl v th brui**--* from tta uud lr in the horse's I.is; when 1. whom tbe nai bust Iii si-.ii (er, ranched ibo sad arena, she lian been got np out ol ita oioc ia lying upon 'I).- Lan .. I he du lur li .1 rome before I did. nnd bad tue is lon ud bel quit-, desi I rb*, horse, strange to aay. we. not mach burt, and hid Leen led bank to bis stable. rta ' **? hailncr' had had M-nte enough to burroo ji i artiage frcin s neigh I oi a:i,', -end it to the sta! ion fur Ins BluStei un ! ha! lol Li,-,',eu Un- rn ini?' sat a wind about tbe a. i Ideiit. tVe might ezuoci mr son iu aimut a (|iiartorol an hour, nm! less shonld I In.-al this sad, sa,! story to lum I At any rale. I thought it ss,,nhl I r bettei tu get the poor dead thing ret rieil ont of birIiI before I, ?, ame, s , I teni to lbs next cottage and gol a mat? tie s. and lifting her geoih U|i, Willi the Bsaistancs ,,| i he iin,i,,i ami i In- tic: gil I,..is. Be laid bet li|Min it, and ll.e svas ciiiried Into tim bouse, till mr son st-ttuld decide what was to I..- done, I tuen went Beth a It-w saiiis to meet my soo, who coo bl lie ?'Tin approaching al a distance. I could aol help being gial timi it wa- only a farm boise he wea dri ring, aod that be gol un sn slowly, I stifled ni) i,,i dried my eyes sa wall as I eeald, bnt wbo could look just thou unconcernedly unconscioust As tbe carriage drew nearer nil son aaa me ..mi in 11 len np lo take me in : he bari bad resatioui work enough tn the town thu' hiv, a- I heard af Ier Ward, and waa busied with bis own unpleasant thoughts: be bade nw good evening, ami I gol into ita ear 11 ige but us he -aw im nearer rn* favo told bim onl, too plain! that something had happened, ? What is it, mother,' said he ; ? tell iu? al om e ; it will not ta mi bad aa m* news, I guess.' 'Oh, mr son, mv sou, have you too got bad news to tell! Tell inf yours firsl, then.' I thought il I could gel my Loy hom*-again it would I.u ier to tell lum than bera; bm be would aol he nut on. ? \Vbera is (Jenarle vet* i.? asked;'wby ara yea alone f I aoHwered evasively, * The children ate cone io spend tbe af ternoon al 'lea, gea, I know, Un? man told me, Lui le told me also tbat Genevieve had not gone willi t hom. Mas any! lung happeiied to her, i hut im i ne cn .ms iver a sim plo queel ion V Ile was beginaiag to get aagn . tbe nan ned answered bim several times oil ths paint ont of f. ar lest he should -av what he hud lieen foi bi Iden to. Hy thia time we bad roached tta little bridge, soil looking down the straam be sow traces of tbe accident. Ho pulled up ii.nil alni -an! to ll... man : ' What ls thal tl.oro 1 it looks exactly like the ludo carriage all bi ikeu lu pieces.' Tba mau looked al mein Know ss hat to say ; nu sou eiinghl tba look amt s ml : ? Mother, ss hal is il 7 Dou'l make secrets wnh ni" to iiny. I can't bear ll.' I motioned to ita ll.Uti. u ll" had got mit, to hold t Ile hu. so. all,; beck? oning my sui to folio's me, said aa soon ..a I contd commend mv -...ice : ' Tbere has been a dreadful ac cidenl; Unit ls tbe carriage lyiug thora, and your dear ts it<*. poor I ieinvieve, a as in it ; she tt bm dri v iin/ i be young burne don n i" meet goa ; i hr others Were amt svilll t be i In bli en ? Hut,' lill soil Ul mit opted el emir. ? I had ei grossly forbidden ihui thiit horse should be pul into tta carnage.' 'Yen my deal son, but Genevieve wimbi have 't so asl bein, ami tbe men ssas tuned lo obey her.' ' Well, mot nert" as I stopped. 'M- boy, she Inlying there.' pointing to tbo little cottage, * but.'M ta waahastening on,'yog need not barry; uie will noi knosv.' 'Mother, is she dead T turning once nmre lo me. Ile shu by my lain I hat ii aaa bo, and f,,r a iiioment stopned. then hurried on again, --vhile I fellowed mille .lowly. At tue door of tho honsotba peasant's wife told mc mv sou had turned them out ot the room ss herc Ueuerieva svas lying, and shut tbe door, bidding ber tell me I should drive borne, ha would follow Og foot, There ure moments ss hen one needs to be alano with a greet sorroa, Indeed,*s great sorrow must needs lie horne alone no one. not even the ac areal aad dearest ena help mach, lhere deep dunn tu oar heart, ts h. ie ln-dend thc hope, ami |oys ts inch tare briahtened our life httherse, there we keep om nc,urning chamber, and even when a sad Malle paseal mir lips, it only tears away thc Lim that Was gross mg over the dead joys, and brings om larrawi omefniore to the light of day. Ths only healer is time, und tune, with its soft and gen* tie loach, bania snoat wounds or makes ti* insensi? ble to tneir pele. I will not dsvell up,,n the bitter grief of the young people, coming to their desolate home; they lova d'tbeir mother fondly ami dem ly ; but youth recovers qaiokly from sorrow na from sicklies-, mid their grief svas soft'ned holme I could have fancied. .My son sent ssonl that they should prepare'a ...ri ui bier and hiing it .town to the cottage, ami in tho Lr.gut moonlight of u summer night all that remained of poor I'enevieve was camed back into ths castle court and laid reverently lo the little oliapsi. Of the days that followed lhere is little to be said. As ne all, in our deep mourning ganneuts and wearing still deeper mourning iu our hearts, reiiiriiual booie from the funeral, my son called me into his study nnd said: 'Pear mother, perhaps ('rnevinvft i. letter url than we are, for my .flairs ure in such a state that 1 may suv I and my family sN almost beggars. The day of her death, w ben I ss as in toyvn, I is as afraid lhat lt might he so, aud to-day's post has brought the confirmation of it. Hit hank in which i am largei? interested has ?Had. un.i there seems nc prospect of even the ?inalle-t dividend fm the shareholders; tbe Balala is aaeambeiad, as you know, parily with other leta, iiml pertly with ymir appanage. Don't in? ti riupt me,' seeing nm about to speak ; ' it ls for us tl! a b!es*ing that you aie provided lor. und I see au help but to let the estate -tn tho piesent state n affairs it would be u-elessto try to sell lt?and thea if you svili give up your little bouse and Colite t.< liv.-ssiih us in the town, the education oi the boys svill not cost much, and i can earn something with hiv nen J know 1 :im asking you to make a -rest lacrifiee,1 be continued, bia voice becoming thick ami Ireii.nlous, 'but 1 know also ; that for ne and my fcbiljrcu you, ut any rate, will think SC -a lillee too great." 'Thank you, my hoy,' said 1. and tlie thins- was lett led. I he ( mm tess. Qenevieve*! adooted mother, now . very old woman, had taken a most kind intertst n onr M>rrews.aiid she wrots most heartily.otlering atv granddiiiight'r \ ov.i, as she was ealfcil to dis tiaguisb ber from her mother, a home with her us loti/i as she lived, promising also to give her t he ad? rea ta gas of Beaten jn _?, ii,,, Bocomptiahmaats she tinghi wish to cultivate. The children bau always boon accustomed lo call the Countess 'grand* mamma,* aad probablr thought .he was sa; aad \ ey,., wbea sbe beard thal treaboeld nave lo live in a sen small coiilincd lodging in ihe town, and tbat bar beina with na would sensibly increase our ?xueusea, verj properly, and perhaps not raTy un? willing!-*, agreed io accapl tho proposal, and I took lor to the Countess's boase, where she raBsetnad during u.e trying years oe ) isse.1 till tie boys' od? in atina ss,,- Qnisued uml things Logan to hugh!, n. The evciiing helorai wo were, linally to lease Ihe ens'In, after everything was pa, ked that sve were lo t.ihas ss uh us, ami the leiianl bad been duly lu stiled, my sou came imo my room, tho sumo little room la walch io maa** yeera aga ba had prcpeeed tn me, so mic,luscious, our |onrney le seek Ins Lridr, and asked nm to go with bim to take a last Lok at the viesv from Ihe piess-hoti e. Some memory (,f (-,? ?ij,,.r i|**m moat bave oornc across in,n; I uaw a visible sbndder pass his (rama, bal be eooquered his emotion and calmly billowed me dots n thn ston. stair,use aul silently walked by ii y si |? np that little st'.p path an te tba nulcory. Noss- ibero sscit) no bugin gleams of i?liauca light? ing np ttnt broad landscape lhat las beneath ns, and tbe mountain ridge, gray and cold, cul sharply oil from the gray sky behind. There ssas one slur, Jupiter, striving n> .boys it.elf ttuough tbe twi? light. My san saw it nnd showed it ta ms, saying it should he oar emblem; bow it could searoe ba .n, Lui as the night gross darker ead darker the star would gross brighter an I nngbter, uud so sshnhl st. ; ih.-ii he smiilenlv said : ' Do you remem? ber that other sunset I But of course you do I Wes it not all a m st,ii.,-* i .i?,,'t menu my marrying lienevieve, hut the trouble sse loos not ta) let j,cnile know ssho sh., was! I th.uk sse should bare been much happier had sba simply been the peasant's child, ami pot a countess's adopted daughter. She tsould perlisps be alive now. and al any rate I should not tm more Hum half thankful timi abe is not, Pour nene vie ve! aha would never have burna t bel* fe we abell nosv nave to beer.' I learned antro, hs- tiu.se I csv -rums,ol atv sen's wedded ' le thai. I bad known In ill Um seals I had lived al moat it his side. Was he right I I think so. The nej.i morning wa took learn of our old re? tainers uml ol our old nome, and soon lound a little lu ..: ug ni the tots ii. ss here wo setilod down aud I", un mn new life. Uften lu those apparently .lurk days I had hours of tbe greatest iutefest and delieht, Tbe boys worked well, in preparation for their reaped ye proieseiona, my soncoutiuued bm Scielit ll. hilans, and st I.flli.T that m.sioi tune, a- il kometi mee doers, bel des red bis intellect, or. whet oas more likely he noss gun- Ins undivided at? tention lu Ins work, bo couinia mb il mon* OOO in ure tbo situation of the scieolilic world, s,< that, won* derf'il to say, his works began, even as a mercantile speculation, to pay. Aller a tune il came to be a habit with ns, alter ourearlf sud frugal supper, au,I ss hil.? my .,?. indulged in lu* iii" I ti tu rs. his pipe, to tit i uml tbs a iii'- in lin r >")n ts a. di servo,! as dining r.)"in, sitting room and mt L,-,lro"tn. uml talk, av,.-I. on., . ,,.nri'.ut mg something to the gen* er.,I .-liter a ?tum isl oi interest. Mi son told of Ins ? : ? ii -fame, oi fores)?don ings nf dig. rn erie tl wyn, the al dent, wbo oas studying for ii |.'.'li.rabl'i Of I ter.it ur- at tho I 'ms it-it y. ex im! ..tel on ihe be,nu,es of some forgot tea works) ? I Keggy, with his clear voice und br.gul look, IO* lated sn im deni "t bis school-life, always, lnonah u ilnleet imally, raveeling ins l."anil ne. Luis. \c ?. .'e.. la ,, || poi erl v ami the un-lor tunes tl. ilia.' befallen u?, we ara not unhappy. Ilehiod Ibe ? londs, Ibe anti a ? - th Bing, and it lus come out I ?? t ..nihill. PROB GREER o i'.'/.' /') STREET DRESS. " Pygmalion ind Galatea !** mentally rjacn ??? i-i...ii : m h. entered (pe studio of a well , pam!, i in resp .a- '.? u ten of ?? i "ii., in " olde** I lloW. ! BU lim I ? ' " . '.a!..'.' i. !' . . ? . t Of lbs i ma.i. in. palpital og life aod ? i ii. ii Hauling s garni, nt 1 ? ed lin-1 aa I yellows ihraa itn ager contrast. I'- [tu , ,.-.:? a . uni a p dui rd velvet | se kel c -? ? m. -I te spprecl il IL. -Malian "Aliowme to Introduce i,, i lo If iss On . 1 a. " li. SBld, Ol ll a SSaTf ol '. 1st. a I..... .,. .-, io p bc !?,!? mo, and as I bat ? s lea linne n.ucl.. . tn gm |,i Hus Iml tiTititrJfora-.ir ul" f re tbe Hg bt |..um inn' excuse na rising aad inst ? a a I tulki i" ? - ui I'm (brough.*1 Aad talk to Mlsaiialst , ' illil, Hading ber a merry, bul model sud uasssumlng tuii.ig person, nh,, despite the elasss fillets round ber golden hui. a i tie clinging (Ireek gown whirl, rr vealed ihe exquisite proportions of ber figure, i>e rated an aite I. nu-llellenlc fsail Isrltj tv m. tue cur* rentgossip ol tae nineteenth ceniury. abe tia. ,w 1, km ti ii union. I..c ai'i I*. sin- said, iiiul luiir or Ilse uni., pal pictures Ib thc lasl Aeedem) Exhibition wc I.- pu I ii! cl : rain lu i. '? rae* ar. all vc) q,,,. I I . nu-." sae wein . ".nail think iBey sr* a very alee set of 1. hui's, ii,, ii", I iion'i pose f,,r classical subjects lui,:,, for though you. ij raj 'r,; u -?, . em so (Ireek la their outline, I faa. i KTeM deal lo do ss un ll, iiii'l y.ei i I.v ssh, ti i was posing Bl a min n lady .t im was vis. iug t ... stadlo said I bad a reg i im 'in Ange, icu ' lace, whatever she might mean by i hal. I hope lt ls not anything verj had Do I get tlrtdl We.I.in,: you SO l , a i , uuigc int pu.limn Sllgtltlj cfit now and then, and shoal every bair boar I toke a tew minutes' rest.bui ll i-n wee bli ilre*oini' ifter all when I i.etd think ni If, though Mr. Pyx?allon ts so ll rely uiul immy linn he k Bp lu, a IS I U le..riv all tba tillie, sud I'm afraid be doesn't do half euuugh work. Ant I,,.t?. "lia. I'tgtil.llliUl ".Ila sn." ll uss Tygum!) ii gan ii tieul ami a .hinkle, and lui.I ber te run eway and eaanse bet dress Whoo sbe bad left tue io an ae told tbe reporter tua! lbs was a thor* otigaiy gi.i.,1 end alee girl and s general fas..itt.* ss it n tu st of the artists In town, "As I let nar take my little gul out for a walk iy.it DOW Bud then," he Bani, " ) mi eau ut.d,-rsi .ind the i, pim.ni Mime formed of h, r. As mn sa. sail Would like BOBM lliliiriuatiiia ah,ult lin'I'la. I wilt I'll >..i. ail I kn.itv al,mil Ih, iii i.eic in Nett York I suppose I bave a list of Otty o.l.l whom I emploj or bave employed al one lune or saoiher. HoflM of tin in p. for the iiiiiii'. sonia} will uniy di iii costume. Oalatea for Instance is one of IBs lalti r ih,mi-,i aiic li.is a lovel) lignc.s ami cul,I earn lunch mew m.eu y bj p mug nu le. sn,- ol.n ie is u supertor stir tot girl aad av*is better paid, salt is, than sn* other model I km,it. I pat- her *i I a dav bul tu sn.uc she chartres $3 50 or gt. Tbe usual rates sn 99 ? day for lench- 1.1,i,ic ls ami s/g ,".t i fur in.'ii. If pi.i ns Hie muir i iia-.v usually get ...i ci,'., A da) ls fro.u halr-patl B in ibe raa.r.t mi ?> ni ii m thc evening, with sn nour or sa nil a' I' ,,',,, k lol Inn, nen H As io tbe ci Kim t.-i, they Bra of all aorta, Borne are pi, I t '|..ii;'l,.' al.'I ts Uh ti,.' ti,ail. li ,-|,. il.illy a niau. ol eui .ie, has i" !"? '.erv oj ref. 11 bow Be url <. ss Ibey ure tomi nun s t,jim niv 11 ii sc i u pu mus. Hut here comes Miss .?a,al. a, hu tt lieu I lian- rt Vi H kel I ic Usual ' conslileru ii ii.* lor we sv.uk in, astrieilj oast* basis, i will so out a ?traill ss nil you.'' Mia. (miieu I ripped In, dressed in a rei v nc.-,.,mug stalking eoauame, Bul where was the I le, i, nie lu, li! c 11 I I ...na- utterly , aifl in her |ii iee il iitce 11,nii^ii look I ii | hui i ii,a,,ug ,iy "e.uormlacs and cv. rv-.U.y yoilUK Wninan." Mu luilcli lor lue putter of CU lune ! THE 18ELIN INSTITt ll. Adrian Iselin, Hie hanker, whoso SHiiinici' home i, in tn,, i,uti. of NVw-Uuclie.lc. some four ur live in,ililli" agu purchase I thc Hue hi iel, bt?ldlBC, .-re.-teal hy tin) W'si.hesi. r l-iic. 1 i.-iiir.ii.o- ( i'iii|>ans, suth a view of BBtaMtahtag s psneaeeel place nf i r?<u t for i bs people nf the village. Tu lilts rn,I the lhr, I floors of I lie build lug buvr been lilted svith all tl.e modern co..venn in ?? -. sud perfect diaituge, sesveiiige und vcutilatlon luise been teeni ed. Tlie upper lloor will he ascii us il free i c.i'I lug r,.nin ant library fut petSOBS of holli se ns. TIM minn loos fiont mom still be used us Mr. ladin's savii.irs hank. Tba basemen! lear will bu aced as a dat*, room About Timi minmai af stand ard works, have been put In to 10 p. (ll . hut no eames Kill he a ...iel ,fi Kudata Curds, s'amli.ins' uml tue use of I ti tat X la- it l hr liquors svil Bet be allowed at any time. The Institute waa apeaei yesterday. A vonni*; city fellow, die seal in I faultless salt ned e pair er shoes t ti it tapered late u poi m lu tue mest inoiliiii si tie, was visltnnr lu u rural di".rici. A brlirht little boy looked bim all us er until his eyet rested on i note times. Ile looked at his own chubby feet and then ut his visitor's, sud I li mi luokiiis' up, said; "Mister, li all your toes outtsd off butouol"?ICourier-Journul. BROADWAY NOTE-BOOK. MEM AND THINGS, TUE COUNTRY ROUND. THK PKK-sONAL NOT KS AND NOTIONS OP A H'tOAD WAY LOUNGER. Charlot Diidley Warner, the editor-author, whom I met during: the week, says thut in Uteratiirr there If hardly anything for the author. He received ijsliio ad? vance morey to write the life of John Hmith of Virginia who siso christened Ncw-K.nsland, and'he paid lt all away for obtaining iniorin.itiou from original sources in England and here and for copying. Whin he received a statement fruin his publisher he owed the latter some dollars un the original hundred. Being in General Sherman's ofttce &l-*\\"asliin(-ton dur lu,' thc past weah nfter the exercises of the Anny of tbe POtMBBI Wan over,--lt wus near midnight,?lieneral Slo? cum, of Brooklyn, caine in, svho has r.-uted ""herman's jcst'ienre fur ids approaching fymgiasBtanal tana, Paid rhenium in reply to n question from tue: " I need not luise retired from active service, hut I thought lt ritiht hu,: fi nt. rn.ii to 1st Sherhill! come In ai an age corre? sponding to mine when I took tbe lieueritlcy, aud let him base au i.piul term of the .lillee." Conversation ci .suing si,lenin said: " l"or leu.ling -and inspiring un army iu battle I do not suppose theil til has lils emmi iii this country?no, inot in tuc world, lint, Sherman, I don't believe lie could"'iuve taken his maps as yon did ut Atlanta when you got ready to Jireak lome, sud plotted aimee! mithomatlcillj the points you amant to reach dat niter day sud the Beti )"U meant to do frmii point to point. " Suhl f t.. General sherman : " ll iw is it that the Western armies can raise so iiiua-h more money for mon? uments, eic, thun the Ku.tern I I am told they have now die muni) nearly ready to put up ea ei|iie.strimi statue ol' (iurlicld us well as the one they possess of Thomas." " That's om uriiiy," said sherman, " the Anny ofthi CUfBbei laud. I tell you why lt ls, my lad: they ull act sud work together, men sad ollcers. Their army reunions ara atteaded by the Generals. The Urge tish iiml the little fish ss in together mi oe, a-ions. ?SrslSB g ... I large BttaSUdaaee ot the Army of the rotoiiiac, but is heie are their general o>llcen?: McClellan, Franklin, Haneeek and the rest ! rio- U'estern ermy aaret "stood on ceremony or waited to know what people would suy. " ".Pop " Taunt! was telling m.* n (puer thing at Wash Ingtuii. Ile saul au army friend nf his tn.ui New-Hamp? shire, on General Qrorer*i start', by tne name ot Ububbb ant Juc Huh'.,ard. ssas ,,ni ,.n 0001?1 ur other hard duty during thc day thc cumbine.1 rebel armies struck Perter inid Freak!? arm,mi Machaalcirllle ami fl siana's Hid, in July, lsi'.o, und was i)ing down asleep when Kearney c.tine Ul Bini said Jo, mint get up uud ito out BgalUOU speebd duty. "(Pi, no," spoke Honker;" he ls worn out. lat him sleep." Whereupon Haskel and Kearney? and my Informant says he hus au Idea from menin ry, Millibar.! i.cing decease I, thut sickies end possibly Beta! /??Iiniiu ttcre In the scheme ?went on to arrange a plan to mareil into Mahmoud iiii'l occupy it, tiny billia only foi.r ur Uso miles di.aiaiit i.y the Williamsburg Hoad, and Bt the time aaemployp? Thia toben?they deliberated without any orders from Mei llellau to do ll and uuliller ii.t lo oiders. lluhhar.l had been Wakened) he lay Billi illl'l heard ll ull. Judge Cadney tells me tnat on th,- first of ibis month be signed ac less ikea 290 warrants af dispossession against poor teimata. Hlsdtstrtet Includes tn*?y nioa-ks of tbe most squalid variety of tenement bouses, and ha bas fulls BS much aapll liael stork of this kimi as any of bis Judicial brethren, lbs litst of .May is ol course tho i.c.i. Issi held day of tin- yt.ir for soi ii business, but then are generally at tba begmnlng of every month at lanai 100 warrants granted. And to those who frat aboul the luinur miseries nf life, no more wholeeouH eur could be administered iii man enforoed sttendanee ma district court ou such occaalona. Tbs lowest depths of misery me sounded. Judas Gednsy nu.-., too. that In the ss,,r.t , , ?? ? the sal?erin*; le more generally caused i.y misfor? tune ll. in liv I1!.'l.e?s or di.-ip Ul IU, A 111 .!. gets ll felon ,>n in- lead, wiu'h keeps hun al berne until bis taringa un gme ami ail his effects kn the pawn-shop, and thea his i h,,,Inn fall nick or lils wi.v die>. iiiid the agent of iii" b,nisc, uml.-1 ii,.stn."Huns Hom tbs owner,who is p.r l.aps lu Euopa ciii'i.i .11,' himself, won't wuit tor the mat. imd serves him with a sammoas. in such a case a hi ina.." liuin.ill.il' In UM seat >f the Judge MM 'll SS Judge in lucy unit do a croat di d of good by penned lag the aceiit to be merciful. Of omrv., If pressed, the must stjrn the warrant on tlc tn at inf. but Banally il e,e.,pm...is.- |s eAected and tha poor fellow g.ts n - f.-w dat . in m.,re. " Tbs really unfortunate l,.ar their sor a ii h u ipili'! fortitude tbat approaobes tha berate. Adversity has made them patlanl Bad gentle, Oaths other bend, tbs sctuall) ??had 'tenants those who get drunk aod annoy their nelgbbors make tha i ul ring with ih, ir 11.-i. 111,, lat iou., it tb landlord's ..ppr.-ssh m. and V'.u.i tiii'n ei."i'ieiiee, ii no y ar ? women, with ?"'?' and c.. l.\[ ??? cn. ?? has taughl Judge fiedney, be says, th.it t bose tt', i inter most la this world, ilk,- those who do rnost, ure precisely th,,-r who make the least fuss .ila.Ill II. Man Anderson say. ber cyc% ure lint blue but food gi.,.1 . General Rills Bpear yesterdat satdtome* ?? I n.e teal to Clari? County, Virginia, e few months ago,! Ibe raine "f orlainal household property ol 0 \\ ashing!,ui I,, longing Ut Ihe Lewis family there, for Wlih I) IbO) ullin.aids riedle,I $19,000. S, . , gr.niiiil.iugi.ier of Mrs. Washington, married Mr. Lewis, i, tn...il WashlBRton'S nephew, and thc people I visited ncr, ,,r thai nt.,, -k. The) lii.-d tn a sit?we old brick T shaped botlSS and st,nert thCSS I,1.!, * iii a purliclllar i,.i k,pt nniliT lock and key and eeldom opened No doubt tbe reel furniture a>f Mount Vernon waa this ls I url i,,.ie ral WMhlBgtOO'S p'lsoo.il expense uceoiint boob st ss in the iclieilule, eontalntogl ls card ;..--.?- Waal I it..., i ",i.r.'y Interested tn waa tbe ulm,mt child-like reverence Ibese people paid to Washington's nsme sud sssnrUtlnni Thei werabonest, well-bred, yet scarce*) worldly pe,.pic Tbc Smithsonian Institution now eon talBB tb. purunasea Attheflrsl i*ias"*stlon ol buying the attieies, tillich cam,, from thc Confederate Congress m,n. Colonel I'ppu Uauioii. u Tennessee Democrttit member struck the small appropriation out of the mu. Mr. Hl.tiuc svus then tuikcl tn, and he cari led the .ippro pi ni: mn right through tin- senate, and when lt came to Hie House par.bunny ssilii ItS BCrUtlnlXlUg nu,ii..11. -a, ?sus ol no as 111 " About thc sale of the i.ewls Washington relies, Mr. riion.as 11,,..elson, the American collector, said: ? .s, .in-, ly had the Lewis family Sold (<> the < lovel um lit the rerefUll) preserved relies of Washington- laying llial lins wanted thc money tn e, lucite I n ,. hot I ut that stock lhan th<> children of Mother brother rame for? ward with an old note given hythe sellers to tbe third I,roth.r's father ninl Belied upnli the i nlire uppropt ia tioii. it Bmde meal Indignation, bul ts ssi.nt eedl lhere Was law for lt. Yet if Hmso people had un! shown pinn- esra foi the lellos they could u.>t hate beea kept together dowe toa tltnewben tins Government cuni.l get lorne enough toapemtafewdsUanto?tm realise \s Babington (rum ids uvroundlngs.*' I ssas talking tilth Mr. Mauris.>n i.t Mount Vernon. Saul be: ?' Th.-re ls scry little original furniture of Wash? ington lefl here, lu thcl.eilrooi.i where he die.1. os cr looking the wide mer prospect ts the Benth, ls nothing thut wes there, the bed aad so forth being added. Hut I would like to ge t thut kim. ker ot. the hack door, lome uud sc it '" bV? we treat around toe house to the central ball door ead stooped to the maestro inns- knocker, it h.,.kel like ii inge brass beadle toe drinking tankard use.l he! weeli Quentin Mastys mid Albert Diner. lt was glossy with hamil?g us t-t. Peter's trim toe, lt seemed possessed, so wlsard st ns ita .hine ss lt drew our boms rosily i.i. Diunis.m lifted lt and let lt pound ths Meei challenge u need t<> |tre whoa tim old tHacm) iitte.i his ftes to his dame and said: ** Madame.. BBothiir Yankee Biter an autograph." "sound it scala." mid lionel-,u. " lt's lill lid-linnie. It's u beauty, lt's Worth [nora- iiiiiii ihe key of Hie Bastille up yonder. Whoa iii,- Bastille was stonned it had just Bra prisoners la lt, and sc what a slatter ll madel Bat thia knocker (pound poutd-poundl) was a beauty, ii meant bust Bees. Il kept Hie old min,'s bead fruin wnul-gath.Ming. Koo iee the look ra -in' door behind. Hand made, as Tm t slnnerl Ifs s font by thrae-qnartars, ami two m, Ins thh k : BBB! the keyhole is upside dosvit. I io,i mi sic ss liv I H wus meant to he hung nu lue opposite jumb imt tin- stalrwai ap then oul oir tba blags room, ss they hung it rcsersfly. sad the key bole ts Inverted. Now ,,be. rte the blBgSB, a font long! lliiiul-iua la; by th. l,,a, i.s.i.Uh! Hut the .screws ure ino,lcm. laugh: Hive mit band mad! screws, tb! thread ss mind by the sons ot Tubal Cum." Doctor Luring, the ('onuuissloner of Agrlrilltnre, 8iaid> as we entered the ban.|iift ball nt tim north emt of Moimi Vernen, " Te my mimi Ibis room in its proportions, posi? tion ami alas laths model dining lama tl ttst?mi of mi. times. Bal the delila tl svnrk about ths cornice'. Iseo tbe lt.tlluu mantel, whisk lint say ssas tukeu by pirates and .cut to Washington again wit li their compliments. Now look ut ( bin li I IS llsou renie's head of Washington yonder OW the doer toward tho kitchen uud tell me thut the .nan who looked like Hutt wus dull und ordinary. He was then u Colonel of Virginia. Bil brow Ls full of manliness. Ile has Ihi old colonial nose I have seen auton.* the former generation ot Massaehuietts men. Ills teeth were then perfeot s_d did not dlsflgure end tighten his face as when he wore false teeth later tu Ott iud Stuart and Rembrandt Peale painted him. In that curly picture of the elder Peale you (iee the bounding .pl ri t, the ardent hunter, the patriot and young oap tala that time subdued to our old Washington. It ls.e.faoe uot seen every day nor every week." Talkbig on the Mount Vernon steamer with Mr. Q. C. Hobbins, now aged .seventy-throe, who patented for _bruliuui Lincoln nearly forty years ugo buoys to raise ss ct.-rn steumbouts over shoals by Inflation, be -mid. --olntinK to two gentlemen who were near by: "Thero ure two of the most prosperous men the District of Co? lumbia has produced: Kx-Mnyor Matthew G. Euiery and **amnel Nonneut. Both ure at Uib head of banks. Botb are pillars of the Metropolitan Methodist Clftrcb. Kmery came from New-England to Washington in Dintf, ind "Jims been a dealer tu stone. Norment weut from Virginia to Arkansas and settled In Washington years he tore the war, anal has always been a sagacious citizen. Ho sv un a firm Inion lunn lu the ti.11,>,,. ii ai) ,o lu his "uiully. Emery is probably worth a million." I heanl George II. McClellan's speech on the great in? jin ha nilli, ledupou hun hy Abraham Lincoln and Jehus uh. Meridian was deeply tn labor before he spoke. Ile chewed the cud of his lesson with a timid und working fine Uko tn* ever imperfect boy who feels the birch ns ci hanging him. Ile hud been years coming to the nieetlng, and Hus year was. lineertuln whether to come or not, and put lt off till his arrival seined like Wlt.gm?'i storm, the more anomalous because predicted. At thc very moment be entered Shermuu was saying to a Mindi "In little things you see the causes of failure. in great things. Mc, lellau is uot here. Ile was lu? de, i.mve-hello! Is that George li. M.i..,-.,.ui I Vis, il must be." As the two mon, Sherman und McClellan, sst side by side, McClellan within the lurger disk of Sherman's stronger protlle, I timmi to General Schofield und said; "They look Uko Nupoleou an ljoscphlne ou a coln." I might have said Caesar and Cornella. Yet the femluluo nie ni,cr ol the diiiimvlruie got up and made the most Immodest and egotistical address I ever heard. It was like Loins Nap 'eon's laniling ut Boulogne with the studed eagle und beginning a procluiuutlou: " We, other? wise our uncle, being called hereunto, us.iime the Gov? ernment and our Christian mime, and order plc to be ths public diet for ons year." Not a word for any other man; no reference to the sacrifices of the people, the help .if Ood, or the bloody sweat of Lincoln waiting for that lit? tle fellow to redeem some pramles and get up and strike BSaasbedy. The yells of the unthinking soldiery merely showed lhat no State ever grows so wine that Hie burrah pawer ssill uot bea .(.uautity, especially utter thc wine has come ou. I asked General Schofield at the banquet in Washing lon .th it tir.vn ni Illinois he spent hts youth lu. " Free? port," i.e said. ?? Thea yea may hare known thc (Mteea featly 1" " I did. They were very respectable people. The only one St*feeble or .pieer wits svas this Charity, who killed Gartleht. I ss.-ni to school with some ot tho older genoas of that family. Mrs. scoville was a very sweet, interesting ss ninan. Scoville came tbero aud taught school, mid afterward sssrrled that girl. The. brother of Charles, tin- BBSBSS*a. was Johu, and be was 4 s'.fll-baliuiffd mm. Thu family was consplcuous I churches and charitable holies." Bald I to General Schoileld: " You knew I'enera. Nathaniel Lyon well I" " You, I was his chlef-of-ntafl at SS dson'S Creek, Where he wai killed." ?* Give me, if you will, an Idea of his character.** "Lyon wjuld uot hue lnaiiitiiiiieil, I think, the r.maikaulc prestige he obtained whoa bi di* fi. ii' was very letsaast Bi hated im .. who (littered With hun OB political "pSSBttSOSt Ho svas I'luudthlrsty. The administrative elements of character were not well balaneed la him, though his Mel was extraordinary. A> to bravery, be hud lt In ex? cess. I do not think the cainpulgn he mide showed a:,liny to plan campaigns. As you Intimate, General Lyon cullie iii Un-cluss of John Brawn uni the military li- dots utb.r than in thc line of skilful commautlers." Besoming upon General BohsdeM, I a>k, ,i Mm shani General **nniBlgeL "fitgsl had eeauBaades* an anny at one tluie in Lui ope." he m.id; *" the army of the Ger? man I'.epubiicun Confederation, and had roiight Bgalnet disciplined troops. Vic i oiiffded niueh to bun a! th,, be* ginning. But he did nothing whatever in Missouri to Justify the (itraviiL'ant reputiitlon be had c..lieu. The plans nt Wilson's Crek, where Lyon lott bis life, were bis rather than Lynn's, uml they were not SSOd. 1 sus? pect that he was praised by his German friends iu rs pi elution of nerforawnras they believed bun eapaateef and of whose Liniment sve not Balblair After we re? treated from BprtagfleM te Bolla, Blgetooaiaiaaaedln Ls,m.. piece awhile, wtfhoul mach reel warrant, ead ttl,inls Btnrgn baaasM ledlgnaal st the assamptton and demanded thal Btgel be Mbordleati to bim. Btgel pce i.I to leave lt to e roto ol theessosn, 'There's cns objection t? that,*aaidStnrgts, ss nh the itnegthef ohar? aeter s mi nnghi expect from Mk? a mun ; ?> oa injghl get ii majority, and thea I might have to or.icr some of your majority to be shut.' " General Bchofleld saul to tue thut William "feeunmsh Sh. riiinii had men geulUI thu any mau beever knew. lt consisted In toto!?etna! resources to hud something to say and something to do. ile had been nearly around the world uml toereqrthlng bi this country, bot aeroc ssas at a 'uss fur Miine new ntvsei vat.,ni or speech. In Bl tlOO he wa,. Mic suine ant emil,I timi more tOOtSS to do anything by thaa anybody else. His icusd ssas;, work? shop m rersaapeaied, and he wai loaded to the massie si lth moral courage General' Sc boric ld said of McClel. hui thal it was phenomenal hosv lie retained at all tin.-. under all obanaes of opinion aad all lapses af tune, the affection ol tbe Anny ..! tho I'litomao I ia li. -iih-nl's sifter. Mrs. Ilaineaworth, not only made un,en.ls for Ins sase BC! from the Army af the Potomac meetings b) oomlug alone, bul she sent far tha ip. ai.er .rn,l bard to come t.. ber box and ihsahed thein. Tlie officers of the moiety hardly ererieeked ths Pms l,lents slight. Unbelt Lliuolli, dilling the alll!al.in.s t,> hu father oe Wedaeeday alght, dress beek m the box ami WM div ply moved, opinion ls settling ta the Slew th it tbs sbb il General ol tho ssur waa Abraham Lincoln. John I'iialii'.etlalii. whose Wife Inus be.ii plas u,_-in New-*! orb s.uii ber old devotion, whoa she waa Mm, Ueorgs Jordan, la rapwily ae?lng Booaeesiun ef the row built in ls,i;i nt Kitti .-nth mid I Its., Vt ashing!,. :i, tor * hotel purposes Ile nuts bas IV, nando Wo ni". bOUM nutt Thomas Bwann's, and win probably get Blame's, Buckingham's and the other. Willard's Hotel haa beea niel for fire yens to tbe widow sad ber brother la law ot tbe bite Joseph O. look.." jj At the Anny of the Potomac n anion the orator, kithes si. i.:ui.is. mis thc Dcm,.eratic delegate fruin Mniitajia. nott ill innes elected. Ul hid been il MIUBSBOta pris uta) sohlur of Irish paiculs. He said: ** The South made the best light for thu worst cause ever mads la history." He .'inpaled ths Border fitatas Uki Marylead, behind the capitol, to tbe friends ol Catalina rn Koine, being referred to bv tu. ir more Boothera friends wheo thees said: "Traitor I I rebut I rel ern." He emil lt ss,nhl I toke a greater army than put dowe ilsvoty te Impoec ll un tue Bouthagala; that secession was act only aa aa* i.uk mi oar Inion but nu the principle af govciiiiiniit every when, ead he would leave te sophlathml lewyen thc tsvistiug Of thc COBBtllUtlea tn make lin- least defence of it. Ile apologized tot the Government at Washington rrunis mg generals who would not light, and said that paolic opinlon m our lios.riuiifiit bad to be mopeeta*! even ill its Iinpalleliee. Is-t-IcW of these remalkiiblo points lu IhS principal ipeSCh. Sn svheii (.iel.erul Shu nu. took ii.e .stand, the Deameratts Member of Coogrsosal lurg,' from "VeW-York, he sjdd that Wiisl.li.gtmi ruy wat)a mud beep With the great majority of Its ?ttVOS reb-'l parasites aul sympathizers in 1861, mid now lt ssas tho most beautiful city in tbe laud uud the pride nf the whole people; ut sshieh all the bU soldiers reared their cheers. DlOOnm .aid that it bad b- en said the negri., v, .uni never ysork wheu free, and the cotton crops (shewed th.-y Were better workers and men free than slave. This tram a mea who na as Beeratary uf Btateef, Nets-York m 1864 as accessory to Mci ledan. The vi,'tts nt Ciij.e, Qieeley and Lincoln ste sildanllj Ilsa mailam In las Den?lTaite party now. Where arr the Hubert Ma Line's. Hie Alexander Lout's, Mell. Hans and the lliinkeisof 1864. Their iiourbuus have soured nu them. J Nathaniel Wilson, of Washington, IL C. .one of the llne-t diplomatic lawyers tbere, bas ii sou I hal les at liars,usl. He was u Government clerk from /au. -t ?? before tho wur, ami man iel iu Washington sad stu.lie.l law while In the Interior Department. Ills svife ls ii channing lady from lialtimure and has a large family of children. He hts been attorney for Senator Kellogg and for Saulsbiiry, the chief of all mat! contra, tors, and ?avei the latter from Indictment. Ile assisted Ldsvards I'lcn-epont ta.iry John Hurratt. lathe prize courts ut Washington he generally gt-ts the lion's share of awards. Gladstone's inteuse conviction of being al ss ays in the right 'gave tim au assured suporior ity oicr young men ts ho did not pondur very deens** Jover their l'i-. > j ) uu io sen itu is after btudviug thei.u"