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[From London Society.]
OUR BRILLIANT FAILURE.
A Sketch in Ultramarine.
Reader, my came i Coodler. - Having
nnboeomed myself to this extent, I need
have no compunction in adding that I have
a wife, a lamily of two interesting oniiarea,
a rone business,' 'and have been recom
mended to try Banting. By this you must
not imagine that I am fat : i am only com
fortable; my angles are pleasantly round
ed, and I haven't a wrinkle ob my chubby
countenance. 1 am ot good tempermy
wifa once termed it seraphic, but since my
recent vieit to the seaside Xam afraid she
has not been able to -apply that extrava
gant term with the same consciousness of
iu correct signincancy as befoie we- -bat
tnere, i muain t anticipate ' '' ;
Immersed in business from ten Iffl five.
it is net to be wendered at that I look for
ward to my annual holiday with, if I may
be allowed the expression, toy mental
month watering. I am quite Aware that
there is no sui.h a thing as a mental mouth,
though why there should not be when we
have Shakespeare's authority for the; ex-
leience oi a "mind s eye. 1 can't Aay. .But
I never had a vorr preat oninion of neelai
? fcave had one or two on my books before
now, and they are not puuclual is their
payments: far from it. Welt, as I was
saying, when the weather begins to grow
warm I find my place of business ineupi
portable, I soon beein to grow warm mvi
seii, ana a very email amount oi sunsmne
and exertion overcomes me. My 'wifo Is
something of the same temperament, and
also longs annually for the seaside; fur w
uun t cuaaiuer a mere visit to tne country
au -uuw n e nice uujas, ana cows, ana an
that sort of thing ; but we can have- all
that if we drive to .Richmond or STrptnz
Forest. What we want is a sniff of the
briny, the bracing salt .air, the clammy,
sticky atmosphere, that makes yon leel un
comfortable and happy. I am vulgar in
my tastes, and delight in Margate. Soma
people say they like to go to the seaside
for quiet. Very good ; Jet 'em go. I pre-
fer noise. 1 bate quiet 1 like niggers. X
like Punch. I like Judy ; and as for your
Ksplanades and dullness at your fashiona
ble places, they're not in my way, and
that's the honest truth. Now in her heart;
my wife deligh's in Margate too. Why;
we went there when we were courting, and
so the place has a sort ot charm for both
But when I suggested Margate this year
you should have seen the expression Of my
wife's face. It wat grand: I . knew what
meant. We've lately growa acquainted
with Mrs. Mackintosh ot Square, a Terv
genteel lady she is, and mighty grand o-.
lions she's imbued my wife with honor of
Margate be'Dg one ot them.
"Mrs. Mackintosh tells me that Hareate
unbearable this season ; such a set of
people I" said Mrs. Coodler to me when I
mentioned my favorite haunt. i ,
"liother the people,"' I replied r "I sup
pose you want Brighton with the sun ia
your eyes all day, and everybody dressed aa
they were going into the Park." - ,
"OS. dear no ! said my wile, with a loss
the head ; "it's net the season at Brigh
toayeL" - j
fretty changes bad taken Dlace in mv!
wife's notions since Mrs. Mackintosh mada
her acquaintance. She never used to lay
such stress on its being the season ; in fuct,
the was rather partial to the earlier pori
tion of the cummer or the autumn. looVl
ings being cheaper at those times. ; AVellj
from Brighton 1 went through all the sea
side placvti I could think of; but Mrs,
Coodler had an objection to them all. I
began at last to have sciious fears that we
should miss our seaside out altogether, for
Mrs. Mackintosh had amnetiiing tossy
against every place. My wife determined
go nowhere "out of the season," so really
our choice was limited, as those places
whose seasons fell late in the year were out
the question. I must take my six weeks
the summer, you see, and bo, the Isle of
Thauet being shut against up (for Ramsrate
shared the Mackintosh denunciation, and
Bruadstairs I kicked at myself,) 1 began to
uncomfortable. I at one time imsg.
intd Mrs. Coodler wag about to penpuee
Boulogne, in otdttr to come back with a
foreign flavor ; but she can't even go to
by the boat witnout Demg in lor tut
day; and as to my opinion of frenchmen
well, there, if you want to got my back
mention 'em, lhals all. i
Aslut k would baveit, Atrg. .Mackintosh s
mother fell very ill about this time, and
genteel friend had to go abroad, which
was a great relief to me, tor of all the
women I ever knew she but there, 1
nothing, she's in a foreign land, pocr
thing, and I can only pity ner.
She had gone, it is true, but the genteel
viper we had been nourishing in the family
bosom had lelt its slirg.
Bue recommended Mudvilie. At present
you, of course, are by no means impriwi-ed
the enormity ot recommending Mud
vilie. You don't know Mudvilie, never
hoard of Mudvilie, and w.U probably not
And Mudvilie on the map. But wail.
Hear more, and, 1 was going to add, avoid
Mudvilie, but that advice would be super
fluous, for a description of my visit to, and
treatment at that den of but there,
again you'll excuse me, I mpure, when you
have read a few columns farther. ;
We wrre sitting at ta asocial meal in
which I deliybt nobody ever quarrels
over tea; its fat btyend dinner in my opto
ion. We were seated at tea, Mrs. (JooOJerj
myself, and Urimley, an old friend. . Grim;
had a disagreeable knack of . making
bimtell universally unpiraunt. were it
for this be would be a very nice fellow;
is what they call a rough diamond, and
takes a pleasure in being rude; but, as I
say, it's bis on )y drawback. "1'ass the bat
tercd toast, Orimley," 1 said with a smile,
I was in a good temper, and was eating
more than was pi u deft.
"Sooner keep you for a day than a week,'
rented tb rough dianioLd, with bis moulu
of muffin. - " - - i
My wile threw a glance at Urimley that
ould have annihilated many men, but he
didn't notice it 1
"Ton go in for tea as if ydu were at the
lemarked Urimley, after a pause.
Di8aerecable as was the remark, X was
grateful to my friend for making it, for ' I
been longing to touch. . upon: the sub -.
of our summer tour, and hadn't known
to approacn it. my wue Drignienea
too, and lelt off looking black, a thing1
alwajs does when rimley mesy I
can't say why, but women are queer crea
tures, and Mrs. Coodler is to exception to
rule. i .
"Wuh I was at the seaside," I exclaimed,;
throwing a side glance at my wife. ' ' '' I
"Ah! indeed," sighed Mrs a' . ; ) ': :
"Why don't you go, then T' grunted our
agreeable friend. ' " ' ;
"That's just it," replied I, hurriedly ;,
"Why don't we, eb, Jane ? '
Jane didn't know she was sure., For
part she was ready to go to-morrow. '
"Margate again, I lurpote," sneered
Grim ley ; he had a dreadful habit of sneer
ing all rough diamonds have. ' 1
" Margate indeed 1" said my wiTej with a
of her head. "Oh dear, no I , no more
your Margales ;" then, alter a pause, she
added with most irritating emphasis, "nor;
jour Ramsgates.": . - . -i
How this was quite uncalled for, as we
never stayed at Ramtgale," nor. had I
suggested that we should. ;
Urimley had always abused , Margate.
Now, however, he etpbused the cause of
charming place and praised it Lej-ond
measure. - . ; - t
"Got too grand for Margate, I suppose,
Coodler," he observed taking another cup
tea his third. . '
"Ho, I haven't," I replied, Indignantly.
"Give me Margate before all the watering
places in England, ay, or Wales either, if .
come to that," and I brushed the
crumbs off my shirt front with anindig-'
nant sweep of my hand, for 1 was (though
seraphic) beginning to get a little put oik. ;
" Margate's low," jerked out my wife, ;
with a eoowl at Urimley.". . ., ,. , ' , .. ,
Too many tradespeople, I suppose," ;
sneered the rough diamond, with a mad
dening grin. , . ., .
"Well, I won't go," said toy wife, bring
ing down her tUt (positively her fist) upon
table, and making the cups and saucers
"Go abroad, ma'am," put. in Grimley,
"there's lots of pretty piaces in Swilzer
land." The poppy l because he had once been
down the Rhine with Mr. Cook's party.
"Or America," he continued with that
horrid smile ot his; "there's all sorts of
goings on there sow, notwithstanding the
war. feAjatoga, for instance.",.,
Anil wtaea aha. I ihoald liko to know?"
Mked my wift, whote geography ia limited,
and, poor inisg, bub u6"
male a natn'e. . .
" Oh, tuddiso i a exuiaiuu, wuuuig
cover her ignorance, "none of your cbafT,
Urimley, lor it's not required. I shall slay
at home unless it's settled very soon.. "
Tflis frightened Mrs. Coodler, I can tell
you. She turned pale. I saw the change
diatinc.lv she turned very Dale, and
gasped out rather , than (poke tie follow
" Mrs. Mackintosh has told me of a de-
lieht'ul place .on the . coast ; a lovely
spot which is hardly known yet t a wonder
ful place for children, and very, very gen
teel." .. , . I ..... ,
.Reader, a word in your ear. Whenever
you hear si spot being described as a "won
darful place for children," avoid it. Re
member you are not a child, and go some
where else. 1
"And what's the name of it, my dear"
" Mudvilla," yeplied my wife with a side
look at Urimley, for she expected he would
make one of his vulgar satirical remarks
" WelVbeBaid, (as l knew he would.)
it souads very pretty ;' quite inviting, I
may say;" and e chuckled. He had a
peculiar chncklM'aomething like the laugh
of the hyena, only more' horrible.
1 felt bouDd to rusn to the rescue.
" I havs no doubt that if Mrs. Mackin
tosh lays it is nice, it's nice." I observed.
Aly wife gave me a grateful iqueezoof
tne nana undar the table, which brought
tne tears into my eyes ; for she is a muscu
lar woman, though short of stature.
- Has she ever been there, mum 7" asked
"JNo, she ham t, replied Mrs. C, snap
pishly ; "but she has friends who have, and
can trust ner.
" Ah 1 can Coodler T that's the thinp."
said Grimley, with a twiikle of his evil
eye. This was a sly dig at my business, a
ur-ject upon which l allow no man to joke.
drew myself up. I am not tall, but even
my enemies admit that I'm dignified, and
placing my neaa Docs: my favorite poai
lion when desirous of being impressive I
tnus aaaresseaine satirical urimley:
. "Urimley, you are an oid friend. As the
poet says, 'We were boys together,' but I
will not allow you to throw my shop in my
teeth in the presence of the gentler sex.
Don't do it again, Urimley, because I don't
like n. '1 hen turnine to mv wife. I said.
with a sudden transition of manner from
the imperially severe to the domestically
genue, -jny love, we go to Aludville on
Uoing to Mudvilie. and irettine there.
are, I beg to Btate, two very different mat
ters. The spirit may be willing, but the
railway arrangements' are worse than weak,
tne train putting you down at very con-
Biurntvie uiEianoe xrum your cesunation.
we started sell and wife, mv son
Christopher, aged nine, my nurse, Sarah
Naggles (estimable-- bat warm tempered)
and my infant, Roderick from the station
alter breakfast, and the train put us dewn
Mutfborough, and left as lookine dis
consolately at our boxes on the platform,
ana wondering wneuaerweshouid get a ny,
we were some1-miles from Mndville.
ana we a a good deal of lugguge we al
ways have. Wedidn t wonder long. The
Interesting Stranger soon ferreted out. a
and a pretty specimen of a fly it was
But first, touching the Interesting Stran
ger. He was a remarkably good looking
person, that is for Uk ae who admiro tall
people 1 i don't; Jittte and good's my
motto. He had a slight tendency of blood
the nose, but, at my wile remarked, that
might have . been , constitutional : he had
very large, and certainly very busby whis
kers, though they were not things I ever
admired much, looking a good oeal like
blacknig brushes, I think ; and though I've
tne slightest symptom of them myself,
don't envy those who have 'em, not L
parted his 'hair down the middle (an
idiotic, fathion, only fit for women ; but
that's neither hare'dur there), and ba wore
seaside hat in a jaunty manner, and
wss altogether rollicking, and perhaps a
trifle vatabonuinh -looking. However, 1
never judge a man by his appearance, and
must admit he was very polite. He
tailed politics to me, tor he had got into
same carriage with us as we were start
hoping he didn t inconvenience us,
not ehjibg the least bit at the baby ;
handed my wife the paper; he snapped
fingers at Roderick; and he threw
Christopher into convulsions by showing
some tricks with half-pence, and lmi
taling the man who came around for the
tickets. We were quite delighted to hear
was going to Mudvilie; we were sure of
pleasant acquaintance there at . all
event. I never saw my wife so pleased
with anybody in my life, for she generally
puts on a haughty way with strangers,
which I have heard before to-day described
" queenly ; " for she is chary of making
acquaintances, and never lorgets her fam
ily, who, between ourselves, were against
marrying me. especially bar Un
- Beij imin, who was a something
other under government in loreign
parts, and came home with a pension,
no liver to speak of. Aristocratic la a
small way was Mrs. C. bef ire she conde
scended to smile on Christopher Coodler, I
tell you; and she bad rt fused a half
ollioer, a young man high up in the
Customs, and a distiller with a beautiful
house at Brixton, previous to my popping
question. So. considering all things, 1
surprised to see how a liable she was
with the Interesting Stranger bound for
Mudvilie. When the Interesting Strang,
who, to sve, trouble, I will, if you
don't mind,' denominate ' I. S. found ns
ruefully eyeing our luggage at the elation,
smilingly came to our assistance, and
pounced upon a Of" like like a spider.
Then he helped to pile our luggage oh to
roof, and bullied and cajoled the stupid
driver into an almost wakeful condition,
so at last we fuund ourselves on the
to Mudvilie, and later on at that re
tired. spot '
Mudviile was one. of those places that
beggar description. It was small and mel
ancholy, a wretched, little but there,
won't attempt it. . We had been
recommended to the apartments of. Mrs.
Urogrum's. and thither we drove.
Mrs. Grogrom's front apartments looked
on to the sea, and. by an ingenious ar
rangement the builder had contrived that
Lack windows also gave you a fine
f the ocean. Mrs. Urogrum's house
built diagonally I thick that's the
word), and it seemed to me to catch every
that blew. It was plentifully supplied
windows too, and they rattled de
lightfully without ceasing.
Airs, urogrum was a nery-facea female,
the most obtrusive black "front" I
saw. X believe - that front to have
made ef horsehair, it was to shiny,
and undeceptive. From a casual
glance at the lubicnnd features of Mrs.
1 came to a hasty conclusion that she
addicted to ardent liquors. I was not
surprised at this, as it is not altogether un
common with brandy ana watering place
landladies. Pardon my humble joke, it
be my last' The instant 'we were
settled (though we were a long time com
ing to terms with the one-eyed fly-driver,
was pertinacious, insolent, aud appa
rently in a chronic etate of inebriety), my
went out to see what we could have
eat; iorvhe is a good manager, is Mrs.
Coodler, ana 1 don t mow a Detler judge
butcher's meat or: fish. ' So she started
with the view to seeing the tradespeo
ple, whilst I remained to settle myself.
Settle myself, ' indeed I I had not
through the first half of my police le
ports (apart of the paper for which I have
weakness, I admit,) when a loud tap was
heard at my door, and before I had time to
come in, the form of Mrs. Urogrum
blocked up tne entrance, and stood quiver
witn some strong emotion. 1 have
belore observed that I am beneath the mid
dle height a good deal beneath it I am
a peaceable man, prone to let things
their own way, and with a sublime re
spect for " peace and quiet" .Consequent
ly I will admit that the quivering frame of
Urogram castrated me, and I felt a
sudden palpitation, - and a general trera
bling, which was .not lost upon the land
lady, whose quivering increased, and whose
features became, if possible, more fiery, at
jaw sue. quad, beneath her luminous I
"Oh, sir," she- blurted .forth, making a
sharp bob, 'asking yonr pardon, but is
Coodler to cookl.vuur meal&es, or am I
do 'em ? . I merely wish to know to save
contusion for the f utrfr?" "
I stared. It was the only thing Icould
at the moment,' and I did it- . '
l repeat, sir, which is to do 'em ? ' -"
Why, Mrs."Groggins "- ' - -
"Urogrum 'rr if jqu blease,7 was the
loftv TBnlT : fcr I'd lar1 tha woman bv
wrong name in the - agitation ' of the mo-
i ment ... ... . ; t i
Rum by all meant," I reeponied, witk
a loucn oi numor,
She looked daggers at me, but luckily.
like the gentleman in the play, "used
"For Mrs. Coodler, she come into my
kitchtng ana made remarks. iNow I
musis id my own ouse, I do ope, and
am not a going to have, strange ladies
coming and a poking their noses, and.
prying into mv kitching, and a making re
marks about my domestic. ' Mrs. Coodler
comes into my kitchmg, she dees, and re
quests to look at my frying-pan, and speaks
enarp to my domestic as doesn't Dring the
frying-pan instantaneous ; me being missus
in my own 'ouse and not lodgers, nor never
will as long as my names Maria Grog rum.
JNo. imperent curiosity is, what A won t
stand, because it flusters me; and one as
wishes to do her dooty to parties as take
her apartments, can't be flustered and do
her dooty at the same time. So what j
says, sir, is, if yjur good lady is agoing td
cook, lets know at once, and the sooner we
parts the best for all concerned ; but if
l m to do the cooking, why then let Mrs.
Coodler keep herself to herself, a making
her complaints when proper, of course, but
not a coming a prying auout in parties'
kitchines and a asking to see frvinir-Dana"
I believe that if a violent fit of coughing
had not taken Mrs. Urogrum, she would
lave been speaking still. However, she
curtseyed, Bnd coughed and quivered her-'
self gradually out of the room ; and, men
tally determining to look for fresh lodgings-
as soon as possiDje, x again attacked the
great embezzlement case at Bow street
But I was not to get beyond the third1
paragraph uninterrupted. Again tha
door opened, and again a form quivered
with passion upon the mat
This lime it was not Mrs.- Grogrum, but
her servant of all work, Susan, or, as the
called herself, "Shoozn."
Shoozan had a round, rozy face, and
round, rosy elbows; she had red hair, and
was freckled in reckless profusion. She
could not, even by her most ardent admir
ers, have been considered a "neat-handed
Fhillis." The number of grates she black-
leaded weekly was evidently overwhelm
ing, when compared to the ablutionary ex
ercises she Indulged in. In short, she was
'grimy" to the last degree : she wore
black stckings and a black can both of
which articles I would abolish by act of
parliament, if I could. Shoozan was
bursting with some strong grievance, sol
laid down my newspaper and waited to
hear her story.
flense, sir," she gush id out, after an
inward struggle," would you like to be call
ed a 'nuzzy.1 "
JNow 1 don t think 1 should like to be
called a '-nuzzy." I have no notion what;
means, but it sounds insolent Before I
could reply, however, the girl burst forth;
again, "And it she expects as l m goin to
take the children's dinner up to the top of
1 -1 - : . 1 II r
oupu, Buea umbiook. ...
Here choozan waggled her head about
"My good girl " I said, for I always feel
servants m lodging houses, poor wretch
; but the kindly tone of my voice was
much for her ; she burst into a vehe
ment boo boo, and wept loudly. Beauty
tears is all rubbish. Those poets again I
Beauty blubbering looks friebtful, with a
nose and swollen eyes. i.ven the plain
domestic looked plainer after wiping her
eyes with her apron. 1
"Its very hard to be called names, a Door
as never teen hel parents.", Here she
burst out again.
"there, go along," l Baid ; "Sarah shall
to the children's dinner," and with a
parting howl, she retired.
What a time my wife seemed away!
Again I attacked tbe embezzlement case,
mis time l got as far as tbe niigls
trate's request if the prisoner had anything
say. Bat no further.
Tbe door sgiin burst open, and Sarah
naggios stood belore me. Sarah A aegles.
than whom there is not a better nurse and
more abominable temper in Britain, stood
there, shaking a thousand times more than
Urcgrura. In a tremulous point of view
landlady was a mere blancmange com
pared to barno, who was a downright
'shivering mountain." i-or some seconds
could not speak; at length she did
" Mr. Coodler, sir, I wish to leave your
service at once, sir, on the spot Here
selected a stain on the duggot to stand
upon, thereby adding, as she evidently im
agined, force to her remark.
"Gaod gracious, Sarah I
" It s no use your trying to look diguiued
When barah Higgles says a thing,
aaran higgles means it; and lm oil by
1 looked around helplessly, bat my wife
out still, and until she came back I
could say nothing. Sarah could. She was
to stick on a good many superfluous h s
when excited, and she gave it as her 'ho
pinion that the landlady was honly a hel-
uerly bitnoramus." , ,
Che would have continued in the same
strain, but,luckily, my youngest child with
intelligence beyond its years or. Tether,
months took advantage of the occasion to
oft" a high hair. This necesiitated the
presence ot Sarah up stairs, and a tempo
cessation ot hostilities.
1 was gettin tired ot being bum -d, and
seized my hat with the intention of going
to find Mrs. Coodler. Chancing to
out of tbe window, 1 saw M.s. Cood
Mrs. Coodler was in conversation
the Iutoro-ting Stranger. Mrs. O.
smiling, the I. S. was smiling. Appa
rently Mrs. C. was enjoying herself, whilst
but ihe contrast was too much, and I
admit I was ii judiciou'senough to dash my
down over my brows. As it stuck
tight, and would n t come up again, I im
mediately repeated my rashness, and lelt
about for the door with a crab-like action
which was appropriate to the locality, but
ungraceful. . ,
Suddenly l found myself in somebody s
arms. With a convulsive euort 1 raised
hat; terror had endowed tne with in
creased strength, and 1 bad a dreadful sus
picion it might be Mrs. Urogrum.
It was not. It was the one-eyed fly-
driver. The one eyed lly-driver bad been
drinking, and swayed backwards and for
wards, occasionally niccuping. 1 asked
his business. ' ' '
"Business," replied the man, looking
round, as if undecided as to how he should
continue, then jumping up to an indisputa
conclusion, "am t pleasure. What is
pleasure to some folks is pain to others."
The combination oi annoyances was get
too much for me. 1 drew myself up,
assumed a frown.
When I clapt my eyes," continued the
Your eye, sir," I replied, loftily. "Stick
On you," said the one eyed incubus,
noticing my interruption, " I said
a gentleman as 'II Bland a glass of
summut But you didn't, now, did you ?
the fellow put his head . on one side,
Most decidedly JL did not" I replied
JNor am i going to i ne continueu.
"Hor ain't going to," I replied,
clenchingly, if I may' be allowed the ex
weiry gooa, sia ne; -men mv
mouth's sealed. I had a thing to say,
(unintentionally rather) " but I wont I'm
a going to put my finger in no one
It you could have seen nis anger i x aid,
have not eaten pie since. ,
He vanished. 1 turned my head away
shudderingly, and when I .recovered my-.
he had gone.
was becoming rabid..! was also aw
hungry. My wife came in. I should
received her with an air of sarcastic
politeness (any friends of mine who read
will know the style of thing I mean
playfully severe air, you know,) but 1
broken-spirited by recent trials.
It sso annoying, she said, coming to
point at once ; " there.ain't a piece oi
to be got in the place: not even a
to be proenred for love-or money be
S weet spot ! " I murmured. .
"And I've been to every shop in the
to get change for a five pound note;
they say there isn't as much money in
the.pLaue , ' , ' r
smilod sardonically, 'Dut didn t ipeaK.
Then the fishmonger only comet over
SheUborodgh on Mondays and Fri
days, and to-day's Wednesday ; and Mrs.
Uorgrum says 'her fire-place isn't t big
enough to roast' jjinU, so we must have ail
meat baked ; and there's no draught
that's drinkable to be got here, because
there's so little iomand for it: and the
poultarert only got one very small rabbit,
which it not at all good; and Mrs. Gro.
grum said she understood we found oat
own plate she's only , got two-pronged
steel forks; and there's a dog next door
out one, tuey ten me, mat howls all night;
and the windows in our room rattle so
dreaafully that we shan't get. much sleep,
I'm afraid ; and there's no lock to the dour:
and the pillows are like dummies, they're
ao naru. auu bu ou must put up with an
egg ana a anew oi Dncon lor your tea. '
The volubility of mv wife, culmin almo
in a decided non sequitur, was more than-1
could bear. 1 seized a chair in my aarita.
tion, and the back rails came off in my
hand. This calmed me. I oronoed it
against the wall with the determination of
declaring x nadn t done U. and smiled
once more. , ,
" Mrs. Coodler," I obserred. (I never ad
dress my wue thus except under very pecu
liar circumstances,) "Mrs. Coodler. I
ave taken these apartments for a month.
and we must try and make the best of
them. Fortified by the cheering society
of the Interesting Stranger, no doubt you
wm oe aoie to near up.
Mrs. Coodler colored, and would have
replied, but I waved her aside, and went
out into the street to see the lions I
The lions I I was not Ion? in amino-
them alL There were the six bathing-
machines, the "principal" hotel, the post
office, the library, and nothing else. The
library was an imposing edifice; that is to
say, it was a dead take-in. There were no '
new books whatever, and I refused to be
comforted by tbe "Adventures of a Guinea;"
tenner couia x oe Drought to properly ap
preciate tne unarms oi " rameia ; so X
went home again. I walked np stairs, and
enuring the apartment, found not the In
teresting stranger, but a policeman
regular rural peeler. He eyel me with
prolessional distrust and a calm smile.
swelled with indignation, and tried to awe
mm, out ne was not to be awed. . .
"Good morning," said the policeman,
familiarly. "I presume "
"You do, sir," I replied sharnlv. in mv
Imperious manner ; "sou oresume verv
considerably in entering a gentleman's
apartments in this way, sir. Let me tell
you an Englishman's first floor is his castle,
air. What do you want ?"
"You 1" replied the constable in a deeo
I was becoming accustomed to this sort
thing, and smiled.
"Your name is Uumpton 7" said the fel
"All right," I replied, "have it so. if von
like ; you must know best" I wat tickled
the atrocity of the whole thine-.
r uai a me cnarge i liurgiary I Uar-
in g ? Murder ? W hat is it ?"
" on came from town by the half arter
ten train 7"
I did." '
"Good I A telegram informs me I'm to
arrest a party of your description ; at least,
you're near enough the description for me
arrest you. Bo, without more adoo,
ccma on. ,
My wife is s n excellent woman, and at
times her feelings get too many for her.
She hoard the final speech of the police
mon, and was with 'difficulty dissuaded
from flying at him. Such was also the
case with Sarah Haggles, who has highly
developed nails, and (in consequence of
blighted hopes) nourishes an abnormal
hatred of " the force." Between these two
desperate women the one policeman ot
Mudvilie would, I am afraid, have come to
most unmitigated grief. He saw his
peril, and produced a pair of handcuffs.
confess tbe sight nnmanned me, and I sank
a chair. I produced my card; I
pointed to the direction of my boxes ;
toreatenea to write to tne Jimrg; x ex
plained how ridiculous it would be in a
felon traveling about with a family: I
pleaded and stormed alternately, bat to no
. j.t ri'ha ,1 ; ... 1. . ,1 : -
-- auo jwiiuciiiiu uai4 reumvou iim
instructions ; had been directed to us by
benevolent one eyed fly-driver; had
executed his orders, and was dead to rea
blind to a bribe, and generally stupid
Mrs. Urogrum coming in suddenly anon
scene did not improve the tone of the
meeting, as may be supposed. She had
settled that we "was no good'1 tho instant
jars. u. naa miae raae remarks about her
frying pan, "a article as a reel lady would
despite to worrit herself about." And as
that Bylph in the black stockings. Shoo
she had long ago learnt to place tbe
Diinaesl confidence in tbe Mudvilie police
man, who was the model ot manly beauty
the eyes of the neighboring maid
We were at our wits' end. My wife was
rraniic, tne nurse lurious, the children frac
tious. Wrapped in his panoply of author.
and big-headedness, tbe policeman
alone was calm,
To us (at this juncture) entered blithely
Interesting Stranger. A sinile ws ou
lip, a tear was not in Lis eye. I was
about to appeal to him to cleat np the
mystery when I observed a remarkable
change come over bis features. - At the
same time a change as remarkable came
the countenance of the aggressive
constable. Ha clapped his eve on the figure
tbe Interesting Stranger, and almost
instantly clapped his professional band-
on the wrists of the same individual.
The Interesting Stranger answered to
descrition in the telegram in every par
ticular, and to this day I cannot compre
hend the reason for arresting me, for we
not in tbe least alike. The I. S. was
I am well, under the middle height
I. S. was good-looking, (at luast Mrs.
Coodler declares so, spite of everything :
he was described by the police reporter
a "person of fashionable appearance,")
I am, I admit, not striking to look at,
though dignified lor a short person. The
S. was not dressed like me either ; so al
together, it was a muddle at Mudvilie, and
might have kicked up a great row about
Did I stop to have any arguments, to re
the grovelling apologies of Mrs. Uro
grum, the trembling beseochings of the ob
tuse policeman, the solemn assurances of
attention and cleanliness from Shoizan, tbe
universal sympathy of tbe excited popu
lace did 1 wait for all this ? .,
Did I fetch the one-eyed fly driver from
favorite haunt, and bundle self atd
family bat k to town that afternoon 7
"18 tab.ii MtHbttshMl In N. T. Citr.'J
. lMoly lnf-n.b' tmwliknowa."
Kr&e frog poisons "
"Not dADKrons to the Hamtn Ftniny.'4
' fiats corns out of th.r b tit to
'Costar's'.'Bat, Roach, &o,Exters
" Jn s, paxta hh1 for Hat
' " Jftrr, Koarkei, Blwk and '
hd AU, ., ate., Ac, Ac.
'Oostar V? Bad-bue: Exterainator
Is a liquid or wwhtsMl to
destroy, sad ftlm as a pre- .
' ventlTe for Bed-bogs, sic.. .
"CoBtarV' Ilectrlc Powder for In&ecta
.: Is lor Molk$.' Muruom .
yieuM Bed-bug, Jtutct tm . ,
Jliall, Fowl, JlUIJUsif, AC . ' -
W-MI Brw.mil. I or all worthlt Imltarffrmm.
Ceo that "Cohtak's" aama Is oa tveb Box.
and Ibuk. tttfure 70a buy.
a-AddrtHS flRNUT B. COSTA R.
arPamoiFAisPipoT, H' BsoatiWAt, N. Y.
Sf-8old br BKS1SN A DDNHAM, bTRONG ft
MB THO NO, CUORGHILL A BHi.,and Q. W.
CLABKnrbolcsse aad BetaU ibffenta at Clevo-
KAIXiU A-BTJiliil fOU
t0,000 JCST EKCE1VED,'
. MOTT HAJ OUT'S, IBS Bank stL
JW STYLE GOLD KAK-DBOf-
00WLS8 a co. -8,
1ST WeddaU 1
rp h B
8S0TJ BIT Y .
Oners aunt reliable Lira Aamraaoa, aa le evident
from iu ample guarantee capital deposited wilh
tha State; from tne latlo af ita eieeta to enneot
ttebllllias : tram tbe fact that ita Ilireetora are man
of reoogniaed nrr-blty and ttaaociai skill, and tnat
Ita oomotant Board of hledtcal Examiners are
ecrapuleasly oaretni of tba character ot lie neks. -
Th-ao tact have seeored for it tbe eonfldenoe of
(be omuaDiry aad a rapidly aormeeting baslneaa.
viuo. oi tua uompeny in uiruh,
A" a. 17S Baperlvr Street.
Entrance at the Biga of the "fni fire Ins. Co."
KOBlNsOS A HSIION,
Jy27:83Sf.,T , , Ceneral Ageala.
iNBURANCB ' AGAINST ACCI
deataot whatever kind, is made by tha
Of HIKTfORD, COM.
A DO'fev Of fmrtHM aV0nat avtvi Asm nf mfi
fcfcid., p-jioj fn.ooo.ii cinu( taUl ot.Mt.it 7 or $z6
i 01 aui'Dff lojiirr. Ustfl bat
Vl SO ,! avr. Al mai fWawa Ubfa tV. A Asm
- . -ui amv av ay v,wv
V" ' "nP"atlnn lo proportion.
SO MADIOAIi EXAMINATION BKOIIIkRIV
RODMtCV UtNNH Bk'i
J. . BATTASON, 1 -t HB1J.
1 . T HI ICR & JIUJIhOir. Aeonta.
Omoa Pare Baildln? I next ta Lolllt nniiia
IT! aver a I a. Ui. '
a.uu, vuiv.. 1IZO.Z3.
gUlf f I8K Di8 USANCE COMPART,
: ' OF CLEVELAND.
OFriCB 178 BUPCBIOR BTBIIT.
i- 1 .
CASH CAPITAL, - $250,000.
E. I. BALDWIN,
JMD. V, WAKNER,
, JAMES MASON,
B. M. 0HAPIN.
O. A. BitOOKJi,
SriLXHAta WITT. President,
U.K. CM A PI , View Area's.
ROCHE. Secretary. mhaurRS
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Cleveland, Oblo.
Cnpitnl S'200,000 OO.
Invested In or fully seonrad by first -clean
- Mortgages, Bonds and Blocks.
W. W. Wiisht,
rr. T. T. Deelye,
1. W. S. Blreator,
J. P. Staaard,
O. O. Url.wold.
. P. Myers.
MTEKS. Vies PraeMeat.
A. N. BATCH EbllEst, Oeaeral Agent.
Offle. la BoaAe's Block, corner of Rnnerio
and Public Square. Cleveland. Ohio. mvl:B4
FIRE AND MARINE.
CAPITAL, ,...... . 8400,000,
Na Scrip Dividends. Prcflw divide, la CASH
among block and Polioy Holtl-ra.
Takea Marine Maierda of all kin's. Fire Biaka,
Bnlidioga . Merohaadtaa, Famlture. Veseela la
Port, aud the better cia4 of kicks generally.
Wm. Hart, ' R Telton, Amaaa 8ton.
Cbaameilln, . L. D. Undaon, J.H. Uhambarlin,
-r. walKar, o. A.uarduer, V. SI. Ovlatt,
W. Pelton, Wm. W.llhouie.
OPPlint Ovlatt'a Eichange, foot of Bnperior
street, uieveiano, Ohio.
Loaaea adjusted aud promptly paid.
WM. 11AKT, President.
L IX Hunaoa. 8Mr.try.
Oept O. A. QABUNSlt, Marine Inspector.
Fire. Marine) nn1 Life Isjaaur
Ofloa, Onatt's Txrhenre. font 4u parlor Btreet,
aarnaaaaTo ma roLLowiao one pabibs :
Bnckeye Mutual Ina. Co., Cleveland, fflsete.
Ohio, (Fire aad Marine),., 945.I4S
Market Vlra " " 411,7'
niton Fire ' 8IM.I
Norwich Fire In. Co., Norwich, OU M,-i4 1
North Western Oswego, N. T. 340.771
l.w Tork Lite - Bew Tork aV,U5S,750
Phoenix Marina Ins. Oo. of Brooalya
14. ., cash capital...... 1.OOO.0O
LvtifKa tHOMfLTY ADJUttTKI) AND FA 10.
Particular attentlea givaa to the aitjnstment of
Marine Ujosm. L. D. HUDSON,
Agent and Adjuster.
fiapt. fr. A.rlaeaaa. warin. lowwinr. r.ia-Ir8
GKKAT SALE OP GOVKRNJtKNT
": HORJSS AND M0LK8.
2.t,000 AulmnlM to lx Sold flnrlu; tbe
' aMuBCIt Ot AnlINf,
the States or Nov Tork, MwyUmt Oblo.
lufiiaua. Delaware, Maryland, aid How
Jorsey, and tie lialtict of
. C Co ambta.
QUAKTv-ftsf UTEI GlNSSAL'S OfFIf K,
W st H IHtiTOH, l. 0., Jul St, 1H6A
Will ba sold at public aiietloo. to the tibrHt
bidder, at the tlru nd placta ntmed below, vis :
- HEW JfoRK.
Nw York City. 'Jattdy and Friday ot each
weolr, fl Cortve esch day.
Mew York Ciif, Woduesiay of eaoh week, iOO
ll-nir, ToMdy, nzu Hone a.
mira. 'I'OfHday, Aufi-mt 15, NK Mnlee.
Aitiany, FiHay, Anut tb, ') Mulr. ;
Baffalo. Wt-dnfMriay, nrmmt SiK 6iu Malus,
Philadelphia. '1 hontUay of t acb week, 203 florsra
Pbii&Joiptilm, WednwdAy and fiatarday tf each
wtic, 10 anlfs ach dy.
tittubargh.lhariMltty of each week, 150 Malta
Vuttovl'le, Tarstfay, Angnt I, Mules. '
MitlliukQ, KncJy, Aaeast 4, 200 Males.
Voik, Vrlday, Aoimst 4, Borana.
Newti'lts, Meduesaay, Aaftnat 9, 1"0 Horaef.
NewAille, Ttiar-dmy, AugUHt 10, 1' U Mulva.
K-adioK, Friday, A a run 11, 2uu HorMS.
bbippenbargk . Wtdaesday, Aaxaal 16, 100
Kr e, Ttan'sdaty , Aonvt, 17, f0 FoTsea.
Ttiuredat, Aujrut 17, 100 Males,
Wilimrusport, friday, A a (run H. Ucnaa.
Indiana, Uondar. aognt Ml, lOtt-Howii.
(JtiaBibexsburg, Wcdiettday, A iigut HI, 100
hmberbnrr, Tbrsiay, An (run 1 34, 100 Mnlrsv
MiUoo, Friday, AatuUVA, tfu Uorttty.
arli-K Wt-dueiday, AoEOBt 30, iiO Homes.
Jarliile, Tkmraday, AnifuU 31, 100 Males.
Oolanbiana, Taoaday, AuriHt 1, 100 Hor aea.
aaifm, Wadntaday, AotuH UN) Honra.
Alliance. Taursday, Au, at 3, 200 Bornea.
Dan too, 8atndy, AuguRt , 20 Rorspa.
CleTel'kd, Tarndr, aagaat H, 1,(1)0 Hules.
Masillon, Toevday, Aoutt l', 20O Borrea.
Ort-HtltDe, Thara Jay, Aoauait 17. fit 0 Mub-e.
OUfatLaad, MoBdav, Auatnit ui, 0 Hoitta
Fort Wajne, Tkanwlar, A jQit 24, 1.0C0 Moles
- .i . DKLAWAlttC.
ilasioeton, Tneaday of each week, 200 Horses
WiiusioAtoa, rnaay nraca wet-K. v axaies
day. - '
TrentoB, Ttinrsday, A o go at 10, 200 WnT.
Tieaton. TharadayAaKoat M, xuo Males.
Baltimore. Welne-ttay. Aoaout 9, and WDe
of each we k thrrrnfter, H fioe. eecta day.
Xach week day, w Muln.
, . - toJKSilOR'i, D. 0.
Each week day except Wed. eday, 200 Horaes.
An omortiittli to porcbaae a sup. or class of
saddle aad draft animaia, at far lesa t&an their
value, ia now ofiored to tha pabl o.
Theutch tbesoaiortCT oi tiiem are Mono aoa srr-
vlaveble, they a e iaO ienger rouiftd In the army,
at out m eoid.
Mauy ot the males worebraght ib the bfnantas;
tbe war, wbea youag. acoouipan ed thaarmi-a
an t&tir iaarcnr4 aoa campa, aua arw tDoroun
brokea, hardeaed by ewrelae, gentle and famil
iar from, belug so long snrroaaded by tbe suldiers.
ADimaia will be sol. alogiy.
bate to eomtaence at H) A. M.
Tornu tfeels, In Uatu-d Hiat currency .
JAMES A. KKlN,
Brer. Brig. 0n. , In charge,
Jy27-239 : 1st UiJ.H. M. tt. 0.
UK AT iSALJl OJf bKKVlCfiABL
OUABTBmalaYBTSm GaVKBAVS OrricB. I
WaeniMtn-Jsi, J.0., Joly 15, liMA. f
ONI THODHASD MUlEi will be sold at pa bite
auction. Binder tha direction of (Japiain 0. Aiay, A.
M., to tba big hut bidder, at
OLEVCLAND, OHIO, '
enssnsenctngTDESDAT, Aograt 8, iSfJi, aad eon
tmoiDg from day to day till all ara aaid.
Many of tbm wre bougbt la tbe treglontng of
war aa yoanc males, atcosBpanied the armies
all their maiches and carupa, aod are thoroughly
brotec; hardened by cxeicia"; gt-ntle and tamiiiar
biot;ao lung aarnanda4 by tbe aotdiera.
Tuonan sound and serriceabie, tbey are no lon-
required tn 'the army, and can be purchased at
aiuies soifi singly.
Bale tooomsaaticefat 10 A- M. each day.;
Tax ms caaih, la Dulled Staara eurrency. '
alAMKs A. JCaiiH.
Brevet Br.g4ier General in charge
. . flr. J. K. DAJIILg,
of tbe Brat of Huuviu A Dajnau, I
at his did etnebliphed Dental booms, eorne
Ontario street and Public Bqaaja, making those
lnvainabta geau, Artlnotnl Teeth, at tbenld prices
before tbe war. An Upper or Iiowar 8e' -rom 110
totU, All work warranted. etUltA
CLOTHING ! !
xtMtive a.iufavctarers st the Ewt, would r.
potially niK.v in tho pQbllc, UiAi ikvf htf
.a uid JT ..I a ja
wyvuw m m i 1 vajsmoo -
At No. MS Superior street, MARBLE BLOCK.
Their whote atook kaa Jaet been maaafeetared la
a rapertor ityle fer the fall and Wlator Trade.
It rmbraoee maay desirable aoveitUa and will be
sold at a un. 11 advance from ooet.
Ganta Fariiiaiiing Gooda
of all deKrtptioaa. We art respeelAiMv fnvfte
ao elimination or oar etoik. M,J
POHlTlVn-J.! 0HE PKI0S ANOMO DEVIATION
gOLDIEKa AUD CITIZESS.
have the pleasure of annetinaissc the rseetot
oi an euiireiy new wck oi
ELEGANT CA88IMIBK 00AT8, coasisUng of
SACKS, " .
NEW STILES Ot
CASSIMEEE AND BILK MIXED SUITS.
BEA0TIFOL STILES OF
PANTS AND VESTS.
Also, A large aasortment of
Fancy Neglige Shirts, ";
Under Clothes, Socks,
. Suspenders, Neck Ties,
Brown dc White Linen,
Shirts, Dollars, &c.
00 B 8 TOOK OF
WILL BE 801.R IESS THAS C09T. t make
room tor Fall aad Wiater aoode. .
aa-'Jall and examine oar stock.
ll.VIS, FtllUTTO xro.
OAK BALL ULUrillNa KHPLRtCaf.
jylS One. Water and Soperlor eta.
J Elf Jf. Da VIS HAS BEEN CAUGHT.
The war Is now about played oat,
- tlreet changM have been wroaaht,
Onr gallant boys are eonlug hoat .
Jeff Iavis bee beea eeDKhu
Hnaaat koaaal now bang yonr baanera oat,
B uxaa I hoaaa 1 let all the peopla eboat.
9 he way the rebel chief was caught
la l.nghablo inderd ;
Be tried to run in petticoat, ' ' '
. isut ne aid not aaoceod. , - . -Har.za
I huasa I hang all your banners oat.
Jell Davis hue been caught, let every oao now
Oar hoys did think it very strange,
A woman aboald retre-t
With a great bowle-knUe in hand,
Fntll thes saw hi. e.t.
Huaaal boaaal enr boya here got good eenee;
. -Awixt gaiter sDoea aau aiogy boo la taey know
Ob, crinoline, we think ynu flna.
For yon would not conceal
Te Sytag rebel Preaident,
When be did show hie hteL .
Battel kuzsel there's nothing half ao flne
To show a foot aad ankle oB, nk i well raises!
days ara numbered now, old Jeff,
You surely cannot hope.
Or have a better end In view.
Than the at d of a ntoet rope.
Huzae I btsza I Ji-ff liavle bea ao shoe ;
Ianettllnz an all bia aocoanta, Inst kee kl
crimes ia f lew.
The boya who caught Jt-ff ravla,
We'll welcome oue and all,
Aad treat them to a flne new suit
At ISAAC'S UKION BALLt
Huxze I huzza I fling tba starry banner ent.
Our ga lant boys are oomiug home, let all tkd
people abont. . .
The Largest and Best Stock of Fashionable
Clothing in the Hal, at tho Loweat Piices, at
Isaac A. Isaacs's Union Hall.
Hole A gency for the sa!e of Btnger's Celebrated Sew
ing Machines, tit or r' 9 Antoma.ton Prevman, and
Utrong's Patent Army Trunk and Bed Combined.
Oor. Ltapeiiornod Union treeia. .
T" Lock out lor tne faianta. my 26
JUST KJtCEIVJfiD AND Js'OvV ON
xbtbitioa, n large atocKof .
PAMCK iJAcI H KKK.4,
BLACK DALI&H A BltoW N BROlItOLOTII,
BLAClv AbU) FAN Of SATlMl-TTa.
EV1RKT MTLL8 DOVHl K
ANUTWlsr COTT jWATa,
BLACK AND fRA B MaLIKV4,
H1LIC148 ANDttATCKN DRILLS,
WACJDN OAHTAd ottlLLrv,
Merchant Tailor). County Merrhantaaad Whoe
tU baiera generaily, will find It to their ad van-
tatte to examiue my stock before pnrchaaing elee-
1ft'nT'Tior at. QfP BiPet-nt
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.
Mo. 28 and 31 Kerwta Street,
BEXTON'8 BLOCK, '
a. sunuia, : aaow a, aoa aau e eo
Utersiaed, U. yoangatowa, u.
M aanfactaren and Wholeeeie Dealers la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop A Sheet iron,
BAILS CUT AUD W&OVQBT BPiKMH
HOT AND COLD PRESSED NUTS AND WASHERS
tast and Spring Htcei, tilast, aVc
Iron Dealers, Ballroad and Mining Oompaatea.'
Ship aad Bridge Builders, Meohiniate and Mane,
mctnrers, who deeiro a duality of iron that wilt
Tree entire eatlBlaetloa, are respectfully requested
favor ae with their orders, which shall alwaye
commead onr prompt and careful attention.
aenir to analneaa J
l af ea aad Baakera geaeraOy.
JHOif AUD KAlli WA-tfjtHOUHjiii
Hoe.Sl, S3, SSaST 1 OLEVEL AHD, f Boa 8, trl, t t
Kim btreet. f OHIO. 1 98 oa tbe iwar
HORKINO FONTKtt, '
Waoeoeala Aceaoy for Ike oala ot -
Ikasatsrser'i Jislsls PJaflas
falamme-made llurReahoea. ShoenberKer a unaoi
Janlata Hheet Irea, Sboeaberger's R. O. Sheet
mode from Jnnlata Iron, ttbo.nberg.r s Jnnlatf
Holler Plate. Junlela Nnti. Square aud Bexagoe
Alao Bar Iron, w tadow Oieee, kxtra Barea Una .
een... be at M.nntnr-r.' oH- fch
gUCKEYB OIL, "WORK-J.
HAXNJ, D0I1ESTI & CO.,
BiriBBBS AHD DBALBB, IH
U KNIif G AND LUBKICATIMG OIL,
Uflice. 16 Bivrr Street,
J-Works oa Walwonh Bun, near A A O. W.
av. Paeeoger Drpo. antatxts
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS.
Bockefeller & Andrews,
Baooaaaors to Andrewa, Clark A Cow, Maiiaiactur-
era ana. Kenners ef
Benzine and Lubtlcatlns Oils,
OFFICE Boob Ho. , Sextoa'l Block, Marwta
atreet. feblt: as
OIL I .OIL I OILIl . ,
4UUSI)Zla.8C07I.IJ) & CoJ
btrasretrwleani Oil, Sbm1
. aactiner Of ft.
S7e pay partMalar at tee tioa to peickegee, tkaret f
earing ear eaetomera maoh loaa by leakage. We
oarantee onr oil to gtva pertact aatauaetloa, aad
good aa anyzaada la taaotty. Alao, wa pay par.
ttoaler attention to patting up , .
IQttnMe toy Varnish MaaaJaotarara off Patatttt
Oa band aad for aala
SOO bbla extra reflued retroMsi OIL
100 bbla teodormad BaeoUlaal UTmraeatlaa)
100 bbm Ho. 1 Lubricating OIL
Which wa wU sell at lowest sB-rket prioaa. ' .
Omoa MS Bt. oiatr4s- urmerly gnenpied ay
Wnv.0. DOOteidAOa, , .
pohh ALaxaaoa-n, I '
. a. tooriau, I OLBTXLaso, es.
. W eitM. I . -" .
STUYKsl -hTOfliSl . ,
TBS PSLSBBATetO.',- . t,"
Stewart XJook aad Parlor Stores
For sale by
I. dbwit a oo.,
- Ho. at Mervia
POSTOFFI C C TIWI F T A B L E
ItMS. WlBUir Arraaticaiea,
leUIUIiaJlJ ClrfJSltg Of tAJlMs,
aiiaaaaaaaa aoaaay, eoroaaa tlav, isa, .
ST laada wnl aeopeaeal aad ready lor deliver
ae hoar after arrival of tralna.
AA&IVAL 01 klAiU aw mai..
Basliia Way arrival at IMS a-. H.
weaUra Throogh arrtres at S-.SU A. BL. Lao P. M
do WayarrteeaatlASP. M. '
laadoaky Way arrrrea at StlS A. St.
!lhnraaatl Tlirongk arrives at au A. M SOD P af.
do Way arrtvwj at s so P. m7
Ptteabarffc Tanngk arrives at -fj a. aj.
" Way arrives at lft 10 p. tj,
azaboafng Way arrt.ee at lo:S6 A. al:
fceadTMi. arrrrea at luraS A. M.
Mediaa Way arrlTaa at 4:00 P. at.
aookpoH, Aa arrivsa laaadaya, Tkarsdaya aad
aatardaya at U aU .
7 sr recruit, arrives dally at 10-.lt A. If.
Seat Cerveiand and Bneild arrires daily a S A. at.
suit or uixjeiaa tui uailh.
JUsvaaa Taaooea tor Brie, Bnllalo, Beaton, Bew
fork, Hartford, and Paineertile, Geneva, '"-in
la aad Oaaneaut, oloaaa at S:fill A. If.
Burraaa Taaotioa, for New fork oaly, oiosea at
t:a6 P. at.
aaaraaa Taaooam, tor Erta, BaJalo, Albany.
Boatoa, law Tork aad Hartford, closes at 8:L"J
Vwrajen Wat, for a!l point, batwaaa ClaTalaa4
sad Erleo?i at tM P M.
Aaaraaa Tais)Do, t Toledo, Detrelt, Ckloagoj
ad aHlwanke. eloeea at 7:10 A. M.
Warraaa Taaooaa, lor Toledo, Detroit, Oh kayo,
Onbaqne, St. ioea end Cairo oloees at tr'X P. M .-
Warraaa War, for ail polnta betweea IHeveUad
aad Teredo, eloael at 1:4 P. at.
SaaniiaaT War, tar oandnahy aad all lul SI US
Hate polnta, efoeea at P. al.
Oraouraan Wat, lor all poinla hatweaa Oteveaa.4
Sad GtaeuaatL ceases at t:o6 A, Mu
Otboubati Taaooaa, for Oolcmhaa, Daytoa,
mewark and Cincinnati, closes at 7:o0 A. fit.
Ciaounam Taaocaa, for Uolumbos, ulncinnarl.
LooiSTllle, tit. Louie, Indianapolis, Banesrllla, au I
heeling, dozes at l:00 P. M.
rmeaoaoa ream oh, for Pittatmrgh and Weak,
lagtoa, eleeet at IK 60 P. H.
prmauaaa Way, far all potato betweea Clave.
aaL Wells-rllle, aad Pittebarga, Barriebarg, Pb:l.
edepkaa, Baltlaux. aad Waabinstoa, aioeee at 1:00
aUaoaraa Way, an all pornta batwaaa IMeveiaad
aad loangatowa, oioaee at P. At.
U aaovtua, oioaee at 9:oO A. H.
KsHU Wat, oloees al I:0 A. af.
aooussr, ho oloeea aa Taeedaya, T erode ye
aad satardaya, at It M.
WaaaaaeviULa, eioasa dally, 10:90 A. at.
lm Ounun aad Eaclid, oloees dally, at I
Mali and Pro, tatters ara required by law to be
All Oily Olroulan ara required to ba pre-paid with
a rwo-eenl Maasp.
Ofiloe OO-B from 8 00 A. tt. to 7:60 P.M. Oa
Saaday from :00 lo 10:00 A. M.
, . AV COWLAH. r. M.
free Dellrerr of Letters.
Parties wishing tuelr mail matter delivered bv
Oarrlen will pleaae leave ordera to that effect at
the Postmaeter'B Boom, with any Carrier, or by
letter throuxb the f oaiottice, when they will be dt
llTerett, wi incus excm enaree, mm promptmaa.
according to tne following Time-Tab la of eUepnrt
nrea of Osmers from the Office :
IS THX BU81NXB8 TSKAITOBT.
Lying between the Ettrer and eaat aide Ontario t
(hMludlng the Ox-lkw Aata), the i,eiiTt.rifa will
be aa foilowa:
Kiarr isxiTnT.----frr1ers will lea re Pos to trice
at S.-00 av. m. with procetMl of al 1 night maila.
Bnoonn iinuTiaT. lseave Poatodloe aa 10:oua
. with pitkoeeds of T:90 Kaartern.
'inu Dbuvbbt. Leave 11:30 a. with nrtv
eeeda of tVau a. m. WMitr., 9:1ft a. . Saoduaky
Way, a. Ofncinnati. 9:b A. PuubaTK.
and 10r-0 a. Aaatern Way.
Formt DitiTiii.- Leavra at tw p. for Droo
Pirrn 1Bi.iTBnT Leave at 4:60 f. m. with pro-
oeada of St 16 p. m. lastern, s6 r. Western aod
l:tw r. . CincinnatU
HiXTa i aa.1 i. Leave at tcOO r. . tor Druo-
POUB DILIY1ST TztBHITOBT,
Lylna; Mween Ontario atreet and Wllaon nvewue,
incioaiaa; ocranion a a laut, tne xieignu, ana Uie
W-jsw M.let .
Tibt iLiTT.BT. LeaTe Postofflceat 8:00 t. sx.
with PdTocveda of night maila.
Btxo usuvsai-. Leave at lOrao a. h. will.
proeeetia of all lore noon mails except lOtu a. au
Thibo llBLiraaT. Leare at S:00 r. BU with Dro
oeeda of 10: u a. at. Eaetora W ay.
Fouara DaLivaav Leave at 1:30 p. nr. wl-.h
tapiotieeds of t: IS
Eaatem. H T. u. Toledo.
and 1:08 m. Ootambaa.
COLLECTIOKa OF LBTTXRS IH thb busi
Tibbt GoLtarnoat Will commeuco at 8-00 a. ar.
for tbe :S0 Kastera and 9:60 Atlantlo aad Sreaa
Sbuomd Will commence at 10:0 a. a. far Drop
Thibo Oommenoe. at 11:80 A. a, tbr l:fiO p. a.
Pitubo g, it, 46 r m. Uolumbaa, 1(5 r. a. Toledo,
and S:Mf r. n. Eeatera Way.
Foubtb Oommencra al 2:00 p. a. for 8:50 p. a.
Eastera aad 4:S0 r a. Sandusky.
p'irra Oommeacee at 4:00 p. a. for Drop Lettera.
HlTtBJV... -t A4 e .
Eastera, 10 uu p. m. Western, aod ViiO p. a. Cln.
otnnatt; Br.30 a. w.inext mornintt) Mebonlug; S:lO
a. a. (next morning) Pittsburgh ; S:l-A a. M. (next
morning) Cinnatl and 8:10 A. a. (next morning)
COLLSCnOB IK THE FOUB SXLIVXItT
Will oommenoe at 8:00 a. a., 10:30 A. a., 8.-00 p.
a. aad i:W p. a.
r. rowi-tH r. .
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. .
T jZ- '"N t.
A .Tie.! Kxejaiaiie. Dr-licnlo aad Fre.
graal Vrrimtmr, Diatiileal frwaa Iba
tare aad Hrawlireil Floerer trwaa
which it Ink re iia same.
Manofactnredonlyby PIIAI.O & BCV.
Beware of Counterfeits.
Ask f.rr T'tmlon' Tiikn no other.
Bold by drairists eenerallj.
QBE AT BABGAIN3 IN
SIvlRTS & CORSETS.
KAUFMAN & BRO.
Offer their entire stock BHI.OW COFT, coneltlhig
eKIBTS, l OKHI I'S, bKIRT grrPOKTBKS,
rtTO' K1N08, FANOY GOtl8, AO , AC .at a AO
RirTniNn PRICK, la order to cbs. 1her Ketall
atore No 19 Poblio lianare, near Court House
Also WO n per ior street. l'P stairs, only.
W holeeale bkirt and Corset Feet- ry.
KAUFMAN A BBO.
QO BUY xoua
AT THE MANUFACTORY OF
10. (28 SUPER1CR ST. UNEER Aitn'CAN HOTtL,
And a aren't prf-flt.
EYE AND EAR.
Dr. I. B. BIoCanll-a
EYE A EAR INFIRMARY.
7? atM Ha per bar SC. trra4Juat, o.
W 8TYLB3 0r "BUCKLi!5 Ja
IV Vadom. Hoaam,