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I THE '.OHIO. UNION.
tuMtahsd every Wedueedey meeals J h , AooUud, Aehiaa aewpty, oat, , y , . j. I, " i BY ir. S. KNAPP. it tha rale f Twe Domes, payable la edveaee. w ''at aay tfuu wlthlu sis monlk from tke date of auk ' ecrlptloa. I ;. . ' ' Two Dsn. Hi e PirtV Cipro will Invariably be ,ciMrMiu rraeaieedlWnUliiiaeapiiatloaoi sis months. A failure to per la (It. au give aetlee of dleeoUrf nance 10 Ike publlekere, (l tlx cloee of too lime eue eerihe for, will t coaaldored aa engagement lor Uas alt rear tad io os year after rear. - 4flcvc!)cmMc, fct;. (so. nn 1 VI 1 IF 11 ' II II . Yl U o II v;:JLm.;JL''::,;v,:;;;,,:: mmm V0L. IIU n ASHLAND, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1853, NO, 16, STRONG f KENERICH, "; , , . Loudonville, Ashland Co., 0. HAVING purck.eed the'cntlre Hock of m chaudioe af H. J. ia Loudonville, ,ei price, conalderable below ahcir value, ndf fo receiving al kit aid stand lha Bret rVew Atock a Co. brought lata Aahland onty thia Vill. Aad weave now offering them at prices, in .connection with tha purchase aiada of Mr. Hayes, , which in at very moch below their value) very law. Remember ear motto, MALI PEOFITS rOH READY PAY. Come one end all to tha rescue, chua alaap from your eyelids and know o plumber aotil joa ,V... l tha Oreol Sera-afaj that aeSAO ", biiaedUtrlbaledalStieng li Krone-rich's irait depot ef CHEAP 0OODB ia Loedeil,e, where joeaa elweyieet ' ' CABM rML WHEAT ' at aay kied of produea that you kave to soil , and 4keif large variety of merchandise novel full to estoaisb aad pieasetnemosi lauoinna. . 8TR0NQ (t KRENKftlCH. ..'Business IJotitw, , B0TEL8, A ' FULLER HOUSE. ' " 1 " Loudonville, Ohio. , JOSEPH DRY A RBI AM kavlngjgeln taken tbe above Hooae, will be prepared to accomodate all All old friendi wbo mar favor klm with a call. Oct. 1 lib, 10511. '" BALDNESS CURED. Eaeraon'a AmarlcaH Hair IteatoratlTCa FOR nittorlaf tha Hair aa haada hopalanljr Bald, aad to pratsat tha hair from falling, ia wiaaiai foldrs apiaioai froai panoaa to ara wtinf M. Thia k) a law trtiole, receitlj Intro duaod to tha public, aad will itind on ita own marlto. Roma of tko baa: eltitoni ol Clovaltnd aad Pitubar, who wara kopaleiil; bald a few moathi linca, kite now tho avidonea on their ikoade to thaw ol Iti meilH. The pro(tciatow Jte aeh eoaldaaea ia it that thejr authorlio their of enU to Uko haade oa joarantaaa prica to ba freed apoa between tha partial. . Agtntt. N. R. giAix,S Hirn k Kiriioa,Iyille. CP. FIHHRR k CO., Propriotora, ' ' 67, Superior At., CktViolaad, Ohio. May 16, 18q 7 TotlnParmers! FVRMBIIS wjibiaf forCo)kleorCloorRoa SoieaeoaahamppllodwitbalntrataartUsI At tha H trdwara Stara Aihland SM 14,ilAl I A CARD. H rrta. M. McNULTY bin nurchned and ljL completely ranorated n McNnlty Boum, iatoljr kept b Mr. W, Roblneon, if now prepared to Moot bar numarone frltnda and caetoatara- 8ha IbewforoaipMlCullr inaltcetha traalin public her .call, aaaha ii determined to naa var anon in -nor powvr 10 mrav vumiuria. hla all thoie who bit fanor hor with their cu.tom tlaeino inind tha aervicee of Mr. A. W. kin- iiicin,ae Landlord, who it la well known etandi tlhs top of hie profenion, in that opacity, tha public need no batter guaranty that their etery want will be complied with. An Indaatrlona ir.J 4ttontire Oilier managei tha alablea, and arery attention will bo pud to horaea plaead la bia charge. . Aahland. January St. ISM. S8ll ATali of tH Ma Mr Ctrry wi ronthful, my Carry wu (tfy. w mu i mtwe nar a Dna ant a btiMn$wiTt Mr Carrv and 1 1 TtiaaVii,caui(btthabreeie thai tolovlnfly blew. up qui imp io bct priaa ai uta loaraioi wavaa urnr ADdluibedatthaaky. . r 0t.rfce.rti wna-both hopeful and 1fht at the if ray, ii iDraai iron our vcibci aca ami 01 Dtr way. TohlM .(Cold-ea, And wa aiw la the bluoibelow andabor, ' All our hope pictured out In two oceni of lovt A couple wara wet But tlx atoada from tha edge qf tha .water atom And a black gloomy curtalii. when day aoufht MjtQM And euatlvd the deep: At roldntiht. In terror wa ruahed to the deck, WUb my oand lo her own, her arm rouod my otok. My deareit to keep. But one ehtft of tha wind, one ton of tha aea, U sate bed awar In an lntant my treaaura from ma The blast whlipered a cream The lightning blu'd flendilka o'er a trongh In tha Wave, Vbcra one thai 1 loved Implored me to aava ; Ob, my God I did i dreamt Tha it firm rolled away, and I'n tottl thai: the ta ai lovely aa ever la dancing id glee. Abl tba imploua wave, May dines even to muck at my aorrowful gloom, a laugo out a wau oer aer watery ion; ily heart liber gravel IAVYERS. yinriiTi.riA.ftjv v i'tyiJ,rilviS m a ' . ATC0RNEY8 AT LAW, Ashland, Ohio. frroffiao.in the room lately occapiad by.Catea and McComba. Aahland, May 10,1853. 65 if COOPER R. WATSON, I GBO. R. PARKER, Tf: Ohlt. JlthUni, 0t. WATMOI & rAKKIilt, Altornryt at law. HAVIRO formed a onart,nejahlp, will lre prompt attention to all builner eotruatcd to .tihelrcare In thia and adjoining t onnllei Office, nnrtdoorM Count; GUfVl. April 11 16J3.-47 INSUrUNCEl! ASHLAND MUTUAL JSS. C9. Acciiinnlntrit nila 8100,000, DIRRCrOM il. Lot aaa, I P. Riaata. Al. O. Jwnxoe. jl. B. Ctaal. I. CLt J. H. P. Hanraal., jj. lioaonava. I LJ.Krajiaiata,, J A. OFKICJfcM. f. Rieaia', Pr., L. I. Hrwau, ., J. Caait, Trau riiHIK well known Conymoy.contlnneatolnaMrethe X. ealer kinrta at property, on lha innal favorable Aerma. ataloal avSnN OH iAMAlrk ' rl KK. Huilaiuiia, pnd their xontenU, aituatcd un Farmf, ,ax inurd l ralaa e.l'w ell can poibly be alf'ird ed br ai, aound iiu;Uliou. iroperty burued by tithtnlni i paid. P.itotea ivl one or .Ave yeara, to eult enatoie NO KXTRA HA? lM TAKES ny 111 CO.,. ' via. Kuala MiV, 'ef eery dOKrlpUon; Dlaiiltarlea Ulauk Kuiilk akiuyi, t arpenter ,nd ,libiul abupa, woinlea iauM 4 il4lu, amlUM iiaiaidua pi. ''w'call tke attention of all portone bating properly jipxMd to lour yla by Are. 10 ercura a Pulley - -rilhoatdilay t tpia company: aa.lt o.Tca many au gJaiior advantatee o,ver otbera dilniYHMvweia OJ140. lll,a boiua 4pIIUilion. td.U payaln caia ol ioaa. tke full amiiaut al dapiagee 10 not exceed tba aum ' J inured. Id, iniutance Ukei.eiTa.ct Ilia day the appll .calico la made. 4th, tke tnaorea nM-tieblti ond the atremium note. Ilk, aurplaa fund divided emoni tba anetnbera In propurtlon lo tke amount ky each paid In. Tina company be'lna. adupted tbe plana uf tbe beat and moat eucca.aful eastern cmpaoiea, have aiiccevded beyond Ibalr moat aaudlllne eipectatiuna. Tbe com ieny baa never ipade an aaaeajuent. bv,t on tbe con I'ery.heveretnriiedekandenmedl'VlAeod biall wkoal Patlcleahaveeiplred. 4?rel caution ia eterclardla the aetectloa of Ike rieka, aod Ihebinloe.aoltheconi- f any la done by carefnl local Aienta, wko give bund n the aum of Ave hundred dollar. each, for the faithful performance ni Wictrduliee. lay aodolul ,w aiaura Aha public that lha llirectora are raaulved to do a aa, huaietaa, rather than a ferga, teienfaua oue. Annlwf.ir ln,urenee to L. Jeff, nnrenate. at the of' die of tke Company, on Main Aihland. Oblo ; or to tke Areata lu mll 01 tae principal itwii 01 w. "p! H. A few active Intelligent men wanted to can aaa anting tke farmre for eppllcationa. to wkora 1iMrli locipla willbeoltercd. Apply poat paid ,te the Kecratary. KCLtOUU 4k ALI.UQy. AUorutyt 9d Couuiort at Law, -AHD- ROLtClTOflS iM CUAKCEny. TW,1. attend to all proyeulonalhual.peaaeutrated f to their care, in tbl aud adjoining couutlea. B. W. KKU.OfJO.I C , B; ALLI80N- Jan. HI, WM. Mt SMITH ti SLOAN, Attorney t and Counnllori at Law, Ash land, Ohio. . rVtlC9 over Emtlis Aloie of ftoulre, Panipetl) tt CO. Aahland. Sept.H.'Sl-Wtf Itlfrt ffiisrellaui. From Arthur's Home Giatt. TS2 8I8TEE' 8 REWARD. BV VIRGINIA F. TOWKIINt). PUAPTEa 1, . w . Kumi. JAM EH Kl.OA!!. JOHNSON, KENNY & PORTER Atly't i CounttVn al Law and Se'r in una nary. WILL intend p'omptl jtifall buaineaaenlrmt ad o i4xuraja mAkjaaprladjoMagMivii lioa. twTOIleo, over Meigravo At Baahnnll'e Store, Aahland. Ohio. Iyl5 THOS. J. BULL. Attorney at Law d Jiuiict of the f tact 1 inCDOXTILLK, OHIO, CALIFORNIA LIFE INSURANCE. UtllO UtH INHURANCK COMPANYOF UR CINNATI, OHIO- am 1111 reliable C.-mpany ia prepared to vaaara 1 tkeLiveaa all pareoaa in good health, both a lha Mutual aad Joint moon ajwanotr CAPITAL IS 100,088 DOLLARS! All anidia.aad managed bja Board of Dire root ire, aarnpaand ajC men of eapital, integrity pel iadaoaea. Thia Company will ineura tha livae of paraoai daairpa4a vieit Ibe H.D RV Allot af California, at par cant, ultra. Per eioia going to Califoraia ahould not fall to eeaure to thtir lamiliea a Policy of Inauranca en their i,n: CM aad gat a pamphlet aad aaamina tha plan adoplad by tali company. L. 1. RPRENGLG. Agent " Attha OHice, Aahland Mutual Pira Inaarane. Cim-iiny. tiaatavie Oalarlla At. O. Moilicaiei jninorfor thieCaaaty. Si Chance for a Bargain '. FARM FOR SALElp eTIlHE aubaoriberofereforeale hlelarn.eitoatad X in Montgomnry townahip, Aahl.njl Copnty, "Ahraaeailae aonih oftlietown of Aahland. Tt Arm aoaalita .1 40 acea, wall improved and wall. watarad, with aomrorubl dwelling ana out- dioaowa, Upoa tba farm la a ahoiea aad abnndaat .nriatf af trait, aad alio af limber. Tba farm .will ba affered al a bargain. C. I. VVNARNAM. May 11.1851 All BOOTS Al IS BOOTS! fiAi rpilK indaraignad having raaolvad to lil I kereafler to it on hie own individual ' 1 ekrkok, would ay la hia friaade that ha haa j.rekaaed of Joka P.iwi.eford kie atock and ranted kie Bhop an Main etreel, appoeita llgefa Raddlary Shop, whara ha will ka prepared to da aa f oed and lee work aa eay ealabliakment ia tke xenefff can prodaee. v. nvmr.n, Aahlaed. Aagual 3, I86S. lif T. HAMILTON, - xbxxxjLsr. omo 1 WHllLEtALE dealer in H, Water Mate. Lake flail el all kind., Ihlfh and eBleeknaltka Coal. Wmer l.laae. etc., ko. , kef" CASH PAID FOR WHEAT, CORJI, OAT, Ae., u ell tlnaee. Oral etored en fkvoraMe 4erma. Advaaoee made il ark wkan deal red Juab IB, IU1. dm jaakoii HOW LAI.BlL.ai iriVt BULB, fall, thia rtawrt evannfkcl.rei AUU kAXJO bail Dairyeall.il U er B0 peead BOO bbla. Uie Piah. White FUb.Tront, Pick bral, Harrlag, Beet, Bay rtel HO lone Blaimemith'a Ceal I SOU bale. Water lime. 1 - -,, THOi. HAMILTON Mllaajune tn, lUI. 4at TIT HOME MEDICINE r tn WpatnlJ g) Bleaal Hone Medleieee, Condition Paw. jSn nad OialmaeA, or aale by m 11.. R. II. CKUBR fc Cf)., 1 AilibkJ, Ohm J. W. KINNAMAN, M. D. Praetitiontr of Medicint 4" Sirgtry: MAV be conauUed tt aSia Maldeneeon Main atreet, Aablafd, Ohio. Juno 4, IHflJ.-i DR. J. P. SMITH, Botanic and Hydropathic Phyticwn, I A VINO permanently eetebllened hlmatlfln Aah land. Aabland county, Ohio, on the north Ptreet. oppoaite Mr. Orum'a Carding Machine, be would iuit any to the cltiieue aud InliehlUnta ol ehe vurround Ini country, fbAt he bolda blmaell In readlnea, al all Umto ettaud to all huajncea coo.nec.led wjibbja proteaaion. Aaoiano, nay , lea v. wrc . . . Dr ThaiiiiktJ Practitioner of Medicine and Surgtry, SAVANNAH, Aahland County, Ohio 1 alan JualiceofihePeaexi, and Votary Public. April Jl. lyn 9iw Je-yeiifv- More. I.r.OODPEUOW haaopeaed.il tbe new room gdoora eaat of Hei aor'a atore, on Main Ptrect, a welch and jewelry aetebltahment, where ho will offer every ertlcle naually kept ie eoch aatabllahmenta. at verv low rataa. Among ble etoek may be found, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. I.adiea Gold Broaekea, Grape, Enameled, Cluater and Knot, Bar Drop,, Hoop, and rinpa. Cold Rlnga, iKMketl. Pencil., (lug Pine, Scarf Pine, Keya; pure ailver, German Silver pud plated Ipoona: Jiutlr Jlnlvea, Halt and Kugar fhovala. Rpectaclee and Caaeaorali klnda: Knivea, Ne.JI.,, Pena and Holdere, Port Muolee, Droealog and Pocket Combe, Kyefihadcl and Goiglea, Compeaece, Clocka, Accordcona, etc., June d. ISSS. lyl Dnpiii'rreiwi J.nllrrv. MR. E. M. EN8MINGES wonldreepeolfnlly inform tha pnblle that he kaa wniiuntl located in the town of Aabland. Hirroorneara Itted up witk apecial regard to the comfort ol vleitore, who will alwaye be welcome, whether tooy wianioraiuaneie,or call to lae tha gall ry of pieiurea. Determined to apire neither painaoreipenae nr. cnaminger win inrnian iiteeeaaea met enan aot he aarpaaaed. Hia prtcea vary from 73 cante loBA.00. tTliii roeeu may keeimd f f twand (for, 0 tit MUfog now ercvpfrd 6y IfaHoc t Cn . Aag.it. 4Jtf It 12 NOVAI,. JW. tl RXE4 kaa removed kit GROCCBY STORE, from the eld Rtaad formerly oc copied by A. W. Potare, to lha bnilding lormorly econptcd aa tae Maneion Hnnee by 8, Rulan, nearly eppaeite the gam peel Honee. Ho would be happy teaee all hie old Inandiaad euatnmera, and aa many avow onea aa may be diapoaed In five him a call. Hii naoMmeirt of FAMILY GRO CERIES ii complete. Aahland, Nov. 3, 1852. , Ho to the Rescue. Nowu the tint to In, your Pronertu. T i.HPRENOLE la Agent fora anmborof tha I J, eoet rIRK, MARINE, LIFE and HEALTH INS. COMPANIES la the United Sutee. P.rnone wlahinginaarancelnanyoflheabovedenartmenti will tnd it to their advantage to call on the above, II tha elBoe of Ike Aahland Malnallna. Lo. Nov. IB, 1841. It ILL! AM HALRTOM, Watch "and ,AtleJul, Olock-M.tkar,Mainratrea4 Gold and a tee I Pena. and a choice variety ef Jewelry, keplconetiitl)en hand . Jannny I84B- Powder. 'nUOIEwlahligfor Rita er Shotgun Powder J. eae befureiaked witk aa good aa article ae made 1 a lha Untied Rutee by calling attha Hardware Atoraii Aghland. Bdl.4, IB4I. lAf BLANKS o.eVBry dcinripiien eenatantly on hindirt thu tiScu. "Frank, iwcet twullter, I wiih I had loma charm potent rnouth to dispej Iheae iliatluwi on your brow;" nut tlvi fouvg lady I'enl over the chair, and aaid her liaxt.tl earelcealy on the dark Lair that haded the pale, iutellecluaj forehead of Uve young man. Anil your wort! have done to, already. fCatp," era the fitly, ujnlo the brother iln w hia nrjrji animl hia ailir, and look ed up fondly in IVreVr). Ji .whj a io lure f i-giit-Kling lovi linnn. ond ntwi aum mrr aunihine flnmcd nif'ly in ihrnurh 1 tie tinr-irlle! wiil.'W, tijJ julil 411 1 fr.nne wnili utfU. The achnhir like couiiiur 1 if lha thin and enrneil f.ice of ihe one, contraaliid findv wiih the anfl girliali fea- turea of Ihe other, while the bright, brown curia iloatttrl over iter Wank dreaa, in lhal aummereunact, like a tide of wavy gold. 'But Frank, enmeihmg u troubling you aomekhlng which I may not ahare. Yofl cannot dwcjti fne. 1 know there ia ulteavy weight Ilea upon yimr heart, which utir IjifitVa death and nur recr-nt mialor lunca iinve nut hiin there, II ive I not bi.'en a jfniirl nimiv. and Irue lu you, fruni the tin we lirpt'd our prayer at our 11111 ther'a knee 'Il clnldlimd! Ry the treea beneaih whnae ahatluw we have pl .ycd in ihe aweel, bygone lime, by all ihe memo ries that clueler around the bright hours which aleerj in die shadow of ihe pair, and oh, by lhal grave over which the ionr graaa of thia summer's day is sighing, tell jrjie avhat tluis trouble! you!" The pleading, palhelie voice of the girl speaker ceased, but ihe glnw whirh had kindled, and ihe light which had Kaalieil in her brown eyi-a wcnl not mil, and lha bny-iludrnl diew hia htvcl do.wn closer In lhal loving .aia,le;'s hep;), ajid aoaweel heyww "1 meant to 1iav itnipgled manfully ngainat it, Kale, and have Jbuyied all my Aorjnay in any nvn hciu-l, Cm yimr watch ful ya have drfeaied my Intenlinn. You shall knum all. 1 must leat .college, aiva enter note as an under clerk. Thrje ia 410 fuairWe tray af .defraying the expenses of ihe next three yews' union,, and 40 au we brurut tIfHis of mv bay- Jiond, aH the amltrtioHi of my boyhnoil, all the schemes ol my ynuili ire tamshed! and tho boy roae up and continued pacing ihe room wiih agitnled alepa. I rannol be rave, Jale, when I uluiii of thia, for 1 ahuddcr when my eyei look down tha long, dreary prospective of ill a future, with its years of weary and 4mcongenia1 work ; and aoweiimes. Kale, when these thoughts crowd thick and last upon ina, I have gone down In tha grave ymd, and Hood under the willow tree, ind ihe faint, palid fingers of ihe broken sunlight have floated loulii ingly over ihe mound there, ind I have said (Ond forgive ma, lor I was half mad deiirtl,) 'would I, too, tvero alumbering tier'" "Oh. huah, huah, Frank ! Did you not think of me and mamma when )ou said lhal!" And KataCljIWs sad voice sound ed half reproachfully, na ahe lifted her ex cited brother, and laid har hand on her lips. Then she draw him to 1 chair, and ealed herself -by hia aide, nnd ipnke Com) and soo:hii:g words in him words of sweet hope and trust in Ihe father id the faihrrli'M. The pink and blue robes of Ihe sunset railed out of the crimson, and the stars crept into she "1ty meadows," tnd when Killed if on presned her Jipg lo the brow of her brother, ind Ml liim, .ba was calm and hopeful once mora.. "What is to be done!" With fiJded hands ind anxious fun JjieiL Kate Clil'ton paced her room at midnight, ind Baked herself this queation. Before mother week had lakrn its parasge, they were to leave the home ol their childhood, and the furniture il contained; was ill tha rapt cious rwilors had hfi their widowed mo ther, fair waa thef miihern iiisino which hud been so corrlinlly nlfered Kate Clilton hy 1 diatanl relulive of her father', and the same friend had secured for her broth er 1 situation, ami with interest and assi duity In his new employment would event ually make 1 remunerative one, in a large mrranlils Jnjji. . e'tlul hnlj 1 b ainpf,)' In ttut air, far off home, among whose green sivannahs I pnaseaj the happiest wijiler tl my Jafe, in Ihe pleasant little chamber which wai hen no longer and buried her fair fact in her hands, ind thought until her brsin ached, and al Issl a plan suggested Itself, She eould teach School, and thereby de fray the eollege expenses of her brother. Now comes the ordeal, Kate; and alone' in that miuVil)! chamber you must rjie.ef il. fiefora Ahe grey light f another morn ing lays iia pencilinfs on that eastern aky, whose meek seraph stars glance in softly al your casemeitt, your spirit will fesve come out of Ihe furnace ire a noble, he roic, woman; or weak, yielding mortal, incapable lorever afterwards of high moral achievement, or sublime self-abnegalion. Great ia the iicrifice, and grand wij) be the victory.' Girt, with the light of eigh teen summers on your brow, and their rose-hues on your cheek, - your young heart still unused lo ihe chilling ways of the world, How will you meet the IrisIT the lamp shed A faint light over the carpet, iiui ut bright gilding of the paper, and ihe low, quick foot falls of Kate Cjf- 4011 ohoed through the room, as with clasped hands and contracted brow site paced back and forth. On one hand a gorgeous panorama floated before the young girl, reared iu the lap of wealth ind luxury. A stately man sion beuoath southern skies, wiih its long vista of gorgeous parlors, ind graceful forms, and, dear well known faces gliding tnrougn litem, rose in a nitsly phantasma goria lo her mental vision. By those plessant snores she law her Ijjij. barque eleepuig- peacefully, and then the dark ayes 104) AaJJ graceful form of the Couth liner, whose memory (ay so deep m her Heart, and who had told her father's friend bt should pass ihe suauoer in 9 if Kate Clifton was lo brighten it with her presence," rose op distinct and foremost, aad the young girl buried lur fe io har fvco in her handa and the Irars gushed Ihnwpjh her fingers. and then came the other picuwerwlarvt aud dray wimieh, the ihre brightest yag ol hex voung life naciihcijj ui such a manner. The uncon genial aehiiol-room ; the dull patience wearying children, ind the sad heart-sick teacher, ail un.uaed lo ihe burdens im posed upim her, rusetjp on ihe other side, rendered by Ihe jBorjirajt sull darker toi more diemal. "Oh, I eannot, f cannol do it" said die young girl, and her heart grew fain!. And then came beforo her the pale face of her poet-brother, hardly a' year her ju nior, and il seemed aa if hia dark eyes looked pleading and reproachfully on her. She thoughi of hi agony that afternoon, of hii wealed fii.loaV. jfjd Jpekjo her hear! came the hemic resolution to sacriSce all ihings for him. "I will do ii, lha God n my ftthere helping me," said Kale C lifton. Softly through the embroidered .curtain streamed the morning sunlLht. Softly ita pale wierd fingers glided over the white forehead of the sleeping girl; but a smile born of lofty resolves ind dauntlesa pur- pnaea parted Ihe may hp. Kale J4i(lon hd heert tried arjd not found wanting. "Kale, do vou think f will hear of such aacrifice on your part The bare sug gestion of such 1 thing from other lips than ' your had be an insultr" and the young man s ayes Hashed and his lip curled scornfully at llis aUter offer. And ill pale faced woman, upon whose forehesd lay the shadow of recent bereavement aivJ : eiifferitig, lifted her eyes and shook her ' head sadly as the said; 'Kate you tmisl not think of it." And Kale .drew her mother from the til de breakfaet table to the ay chair in Ihe hay window, and Frank and she ssldnwn by it, aud the young girl talked long and earnestly lo both her auditors. 6he lold them lhal her stay would not ba bright, nor her pillow peaceful in that far-away home, haunted aa site would surely be by the thoughts of her brother's Jufferings, and lie drew a pleasant picture of a little ahady erhnol-roooi, and a happy teacher with a smiling collage home, tinder whose vine draped portico her BiottW and tier sell would sit in ihe summer evenings, and where jjear Frank eould come in the va cation; and al last won by her earneatness and eloquence, her auditor aaaented to her proposition, snd Frank drew li.is arm si lently around her waist, snd a lear drop ped from the proud boy's eyes on her tin gtr, snd her mother placed her thin hsnd in Ihe shining' curl, and murmured ia ireaviilrms tones, "Msy .God bless you, my child!" The next week the furniture of the Cliflons was disposed of. Through the influence of some friend. Kate procured a schmd in a flourishing village some twen ty miles from tha city, Frank bade them farewell for Yale, and Kate repaired with her mother to the scene ol her new dutjiys.. and kn owing that he j iih his poetic temperr ameni. antl sensitive scholar organisation, wil lb daily, hourly called upon In en counter io much which is distaateful to his mind and heart? Oh, Francis, Fran cis, cm I do nothing to aid you!"; mur mured the loving sister in her perplexity ind Hi'1tr!ceTrt:s. And Kate t'tifti'n "at tftiw-rf, CHAFTEIl U, Two t,ars rolled into the psst. Much ofliiaj iij lillle pleaeose eiv; lha whieh Ihe persevering inlrilmt.nl of very duty always confer, had they brought to Kate Clifion. . Nobly had her promise been re deemed; heroically had sl. f no through her ielf imposed tusk, with no wavering of heart or purpose; and all this hsd proved 1 fresh incentive lo her brother. Very plear-anl In hia sifler's heart was the story id iver "Mother's diatanriug all his class males in ihtir college-race; and always af ter, receiving information of tho prixea which had been aja aided icUn, her work seemed lighter and the burden easier lo bi borne, . 1 . It was 1 slimmer sunset, The broad golden lolds of the twilight lay bright and massive in Ihs west, like great truce Hags hung fttn hy angels in lha hnrignn. The summer wind sighed low and melodious through the long grata on the rtarmw lawn, and stirred up tha leaves of lha ho neysuckle, which draped lha portico of the collage where Mis- Clifion and her daughter hsd mad their borne. It wt(i a tVry fin ori'r, Si':nl y'c't h fuoVed r'ry pleasaru, wy like a pesl perched in the dark may 0 shrubbery yhjob Aur;MUAs!vl, it. , , Mri. Clifion aat bv the window of thi lillls parlor, and her hand reeled caressing ly on lha bright cuft ot fiK face which hit grown a shade paler sinte iaat .we looked on il, for Kate had diawn a aiool to her motlier'a feet, and her Urge brown eye are lifted anxiously lo ber parent. "IJo you not see, mamma, there will be no other possible method of defraying the expenses of Frank's last term, except by disposing of the piano? The money which the sale uf our furniture procured ia now nearly exhauatcd. Indeed, I cannol imagine how we have managed lo subsist upon it so Jong. Frank, poot fellow. would sadly miss my playing during his visit, so I shall not send it away until hia vacation ia over, and you, dear mamma, will love my songs almost as well without any other music. But I must go down this very evening to Ihe office, snd request Mr. Bernsrd to look out (or a purchaser;" and i)m young girl arose. There had been an unusual amount of excitement and gnuiping at the hotel throughout the village ol A. A large company ot visitor, among whom were atveral .liatinguiahed Southern families so journing in A -v, attracted ihilher by the beauty uf the scenery, had created thia lumulte in the usually quiet, social atraoa phece. Bui a faint rumor of this tad reached ihe eollaga of Mrs. Clifton, as she and her daughter mingled very little is khe society of the village. "Your flowers are very beautiul.my child," aaid a handsome young fiouiherivcr, who had excited Ihe ambition of all die village maidens, paused, and looked admiringly on Ihe choice bo quel, which the fair, blue-eyed child was holding. "For whom djij you gather them.?" he continued. "For Miss Clifton, jjyr ttifftef," an swered tha htih girl. ''Miss Cliftonf" repealed Aha ttovisti. "where sloes she live: "In the collage by ihe brook you canl see it here, sir," responded the child. l that moment several owe chJldrejj attracted hy the Southerner, joined the lit tle g'ul, and unwilling to make further in quiriei concerning a stranger, he alipped ume wive WW ihe chud $ hand, sow then deputad. 'Can it he that I has at (aat found her?" mused Edward de Forest a he re (raced his aleps. ''Slia, the fair northern lilly, who shed her fragranse around mv pathway, for a JjllU while to leave it ta cold and cheerles ever after. That bright girlish face how it beams on uie at ibis moment! 1 always had a suspicion that misfortiine had come upon her .family, for her Southern friends either could not, or would not tell me of her whereabouts. Well, I am resolved lo walk down lo ihe collage, of which the child spake, at night Ml; perchance I can catch a glimpse ot Ihe teacher, aud one glance will satialy me whether she and tals Clifioo be iden tical.' "Miss Clifton!" Kate had closed the little wick.t, and was taking the goad to Mr. Bernard's, fur the purpose of making some arrangewtenie with lhal gentleman, for the di'poeiuon of her piano, when her name, spoken in lhal deep, well remembered voice, broke upon her ear. She turned hastily-, and the graceful form and dark eyes of the stranger 4oet her gage. Fur a annenent her heart stood still, and a mist gathered brfnra her eyes; but but, with a strong ellort, she re covered frosa her agitation, and gave her hand lo the gentleman. The young Southerner accepted Kate's invitation to walk in. She thought of the spacious hills where Iaat they met. and it seemed to her that their lillle parlor had never looked so 'shabby' aa ahe ushered Ihe stranger in and presented hitxt to her mother. The evening evae wearing very late when Edward de Forest closed thi wicket gste ol Mrs. Clilton'a collage, and yet the young man staricd, as ha drew nut his watch, aud wondered where those ih ee hours had gone to. Kate Clifton wondered what had coma over the school-room, that it looked so bricht add cheery, next morning. She naked herself the question, hut sU didltat answer it, Great was tha surtwiae, and loud and frequent the exclamation! of disappninl. men! with which Edward de r oriel 1 in. trillion of remaining several weeks lit A " . was received hy tlu? tarty aridi whom he was truveling. He listened with that imprrlursble demeanor which so ef fectually baffles curiosity to all their hints and inuendoes respecting somehrighly1, roty-cheeked 'village lassie,' whose spells chained his hesrt and thoughts in A; and wiih much regret thai they had loet the most accomplished and agreeable gen tleniau in their company, tl f arty luft die village. Another wet I rolled away, during which the wadow'e cottage waa apteral limes brightened hy tha firrsence of the 'hand some Southerner,' as lha tillagera called him and then Kale Clifion was folded to tha heart of her trorher once mote. Tha young teacher aJwaye appointed her vacations nn that they should ba con current wiih her brother's; and very hap. py rolled away those fair August days, with their sweet sunshine (lining aruund the collage parlor, where Kelt steaded clnae In Ihe sidn uf har brother, and look ed up fondly and proudly in the pale, hand some fane of lha student, ind the mother, sat in har eaay chair, and bleaaed them through Iter tears. In she evening, Edward de Fores' join ed Vita lillle company, and Kale sang lo tha gendeoiffl, listened tn their conver sation. 6hc had grown strangely averse to talking, her mother aaid, , It was aa Agual afternoon, still and vary aultry, Mr. de Forest and Frank had gone ujlo the woods tor ramble, and Mrs. Clifion and her daughter sat by ill a'lii'dn'w, tihV'rc the faint breath of lite ,.!r Jttmtgt AdjeitieUi, ' 44, One awre 1 llaea or (rap, week or leaj . ! Iveer wni tewu. .......... . .- a OiMuaeJawailu..;...,,, .,,.,,.. (en Oaeaaaaresmoctba. . 4 One equareeae year... .',..,'..,.,..... ae Un foerik euieaai. oa ,. 'I.'. i. i . . . .li a U third aol.ua pee ye..,, Ita . One half eoleaun per year T. J .1 .A. .'. .' . . . . .1 . 'I woVhlrdeofacoluaaeeer ai, .!-. Oaeeoiumaplr year ?... sea Adwirt4wnawe14lwiy4wiaW .a iaanrtioewtaea: weal given, taolt eawaatlaeawaW oWm wiee.tkej wli;be euntlaiiat ualil eNortd vot.ead be charged by tkaaquan, ' "' ": Tl1. ,", J Li ,Ji H breeze hardly aiirtad lb iya of the ie auiine which draped il. , 1 1 i ,! ., Herai'i a let,Uy for vW, j.aJp,' rJ lha. poat-boy atood in Vie door and held1 out hi soiled band lo Kale's. The aeal waa haalily broken, and a fori 0 P.f 1 hilla fell 10 tba floor, while, wiih a ahriek ot mingled joy anal aurprtae, Kate read the brief tpiaile, requesting her to ap propriate, io what manner soever il should please her, Ihe enclosed Iwo hundred dol lar. 1 "Who can have aent it, rnamtua?" said ihe astonished girl. "I eannot imagine, unlss ;t he aonv former debtor of your iaiher's," was the reply. . , "Aod now, mamma, I can keep my pi anodo you not rejuiee? 1 have thought it would almost break my heart to pari with it. for il seejjjed tha ooiy Jink be tween the present and the past. Two hundred dollars! it wag jusl Ihe price fur which I agreed to dispose of il 10 Mr. Ber nard. How very lingular!" mid with a ob borne of a hear I overflowing, with gladness, Kate Clifton buried her face in her mother's lap. Perhaps neither of die ladioa would have thought il eo very sin gular, had they known thai Air. Bernard, as agent fur its disposal, had solicited Mr. de Forest lu become its purchaser. "But why (pardon Uie question which your story has jusl given me the privilege Af asking) why did not Miss Clifton ac cept the repeated invitations of her south era iriejids to make her home with them?" asked Edward de Foresl of Francii Clif ton, aa the two gentlemen wound tlimiigh the still deep heart ot the woods, after the latter had related lo bin the atory of their broken fortunes for a singularly warm friendship had sprung up balwecn the student and the southerner. . 'ff'hy, ijjdeedl" ijjiwenvj Fiank; he paused moment, aod then he apuka iu-a" lower tone, but very Wi of leli.t. in his own poet language, pouripg intarry aeatence the fervor of hi deep gralelul Heart, the young nan tirld tn tus compan ion the story of his sister's heroic resolve, of it huig patjent fulfillment. "And for me, ha stud, "ahe t waaung the heat brightest years of her life; for ine, she is growing nn, in the faithful performance uf a duly, which is paling the roaes oa hr cheek, and dimming the light of her brown eyes; for sue, ah has descended from that social position which foreiva a br- ther'a fondness) her mind and heart an pre-eminently ht her to adoyji, and buried herself iu youuVr" lha speaker paused overcome by his words, tears were filling his eyes, and he looked up, half apologe tically, lo hia eompaninn; hut the dark eyea met his jtsxe humid alan. His hand waa warmly grasped. "Among women there is none like unto her," said Edward tie Forest. Miss Clifion will yon walk out thin evening! il is a peculiarly fine one ;" and the young man closed the leave uf the book) for Kate had been singing gome of his favorite gong. It wsg the first lime he had mad such a request, and she ws somewhat surprised, although she imme diately assented. A bright sull night had succeeded tin sultry day. The starry host looked out, from Ihe trtus battlements of Ihe night skies, snd the palid glimmers nf the moon floated down through the fragrant air, ,nd thin veils of sijvergrcy IsyAa the dark, August foliage. For awhile the gentleman and hia companion walked on in silence for the strange beauty of the evening aid a'hush upon their hearts, and it was livue hefore the gAudemao hboke it. t$u l 4 ! Iaat he drew ihe hand that lasted lightly on hia inn within hi own, and pok word to Kite Clifton which aeut the blood tn har brow, and tha quiver to her lip. Uutti fecovered frrvm she agita tion which hi word had induced, and answered hup. Edward de fopeal, the strangers sil by the hearthstone of my father's home; and his widow, and hia orphan children, have no' a house of their own nmler whose roof ihey can lie down al night; and ahe whoso hasd you solicit, can bnut; fn neither lands or gold fur her dowrv. In your Southern tome; I have atood upon the Isndaoi your fathers, and they stretch ed farther than the eye could reach. What eviM Ihey say if the bride he portionless you bring lo those fsir haUaf And Edward de Forest answered her ihust "Little will I care for the speech of other. Kale, I would not barter the knowledge that I am heloved of yon for the hand uf any olhei woman, though her dowry were the wealth of the world." That night whew they eotcred the col lage, Kale Clifion wae the hetrearlted ol Edward de Ferest. Just before Frank's vscation closed, thea wu a wedding at the cottage. tt was a my aiitvplr one, but few nf the villagara weae pseaent. and yel, one id the wtwlihieat of Amorica' son's lod forth his bride rtm that lillle cottage parlor. Another year numbered with the pant. In lhal laireat of New England cities, which sit a Queen by tha blue water of her Sound, and beneaih one of ihnw ancluariea which rise almost beneaih the shadow of "ihe spirea of Yale," a large audience were aiiemblrd to wiuteaa the doling ettepcite nf one of ita mnsl pmm leing eiasnes. A hush gathered ahvng the lofty galleries and over the lntgMt'r like ail, aa a young and pale c.Iaesica! featured man arose on tha temporary ros trum erected for the apeaAeee. it waa evi dent lhal much egpeeieUoa had Ivsea await sued in the mind uf esnet nf the nodiennej ind when the deep, parheiio voice of the young poet aoe and filled the epaeimi building witbiutnelody, they listened with breaihla atteutiusi. Bright ere grew dim al lha oisgiu besuly and thrilling paihoa of lu, A litd later Freeeid Clifion WM dred snaking hia way lo a portion o the build 'nf Vb'. 'alp had been reserved try tha aeeotMiuJiUuu "I relative uf ill, pak-es-ej.'i " "" .''" " A gcflileman and iwo tsdiea-rh ymtf arof whomhieiirviJ,af ajoijration even in lhal, assemblage wf youth and Iqveyneia occupied .a oeny which the young man ejjterej. ' ' "Mofher, Edward. Kate, wiat 1 yw verdict!" asked ika son and broth, a ba looked into ill eye gaming, with pVya "r . v.,'. ,:!,., ! om , "My boy, I am proud u( yruj, p4i hj mother wiih quivering lip. ; ' Frank, you have surprised' foursrA.'' was spoken io ilt.e deer, jr.9i.csi of Ed,wa,d deFvreJV .'" ..!.'. tl-t -'.IT The younger lady did not iptak; bA she grasped her brother' hand gaetj UU uahj,ui with her if. .'dint? ryu.fui hhe memory of e mid-iiighl of fieree jiuggi and liaroii: triumph wa busy al har fcart. "And 1 owe all thi hajipmeis to yeej." aid ih poet, a ha graspid the AOtaJJ un gloved hand, and hi d r't, dreamy ey f looked with Oturv than a brother' fond ueta into the b,ea,uiul, up'uroed fke. "Ki t , my lister, huw ahaH tier tvepay you?" , , . :. "'.v.,,,,,, ,u "I hate lisd my reward B)H;$ au( k me, good measure, pressed dojfa and nvey flowing," answered the low, rut voice) of Kate de Foreer. 1 ' ' !" A C0TJ8XH; 1 . 1 t K' llnllHtt nv ranrt tva. ,. ........ -( ..' How tin ram apaller against ihe wa dow of ymir oTiee! How aouibr', au gloomy and eheerle, it look tberai-v Your lilll oaTice hoy htofca uuat lia s imp of darkna tbau anythjiuj elf, a ke it crouching in the corner with liia J bows ushja kjiteia s.ud jia cjbin in bia hand. ji,,' Vuu just buttoii.yHWjeiwtraioiat tight to your chin, (cut all puasjbh! elieubi,) and tm uvcr to tm ywr oueuQ aliity. , Ah! h it worth while! A bright, hlagmg itafa wheejiid jjp lo it,' and Kitty tilting there, looking (o charming in her nrep' ntglige. She looks up tweedy and tran quilly, and aaysi-'tt'ow thai'a a.yed Harry: sit down hy m and ba agreeable. Well you 'ail down,' (jusl a cioea ae you lik too. tell har all die dowa tuwa mfllt gotlipf consuji Iwrcoiafidendy ahaog iriiiuumg yo.ur wivkera; and deaita her caodid, uobtfJvsd ooiniiui ahout the pmprte ty and feakihility, with the help of one Macassar, of coaxing out a jiotiphe Then )nu iimde a foray inlo hat witk. hgskat, anglt;;g erraols moat nsnercifuily, and reading over all the chnic bit of pan try that women are a hand of (lipping from the newspaper. Then you both gv iuu the China chisels, and (he get you a tempting luncheon; and you grow BuaV "iletily merry, and hate a cmnest wberb shall make Ih trprif pun, you ear) (ur yourself a boxed car, aud ara ubliged in self defence, hi iijiprisufl ihe offending hand; your sunt caeaoa in; Ui htntomf-f ain't yon and Kitty foins? 1 ' ' ' ' ' There' a ring at die duos, aad Mr, Fr.nt is announced; youaay 'Mihsr nal pipp)J' i)d iMgiua tahemenl dicu ion with your sunt, about auything thai cornea handy; but thai don't prevent foe) from seeing and hearing all lhal goea ost st ehe ether aide ot diegatoau -V our seat i very oblivious, and wouldn't aniod it, if you uccaaionajly loll the lhred nf yiajr disAuuraa. Kit')' iath Itatt bit of a queue and her convers; lion ia 'eir aref. otatm, tvacy and aparkling; yoa) privately determine ui read hey a tcevuie 00 it a urut a praeiieable. : , -. t It aeeaua aa though Mr, Frank tietref iroiff, I'pon his exit, Kitty tell yea) that she is going to Midim 'a eon. cert with him. You look spriorjs, arid H her 'you .hould ba very eocry cousin uf your 1 tvttr a roncertrooiji spidi such a Uraiitia foe Kitty tone .her curls, pat you on the irm ind says, jtal ifslw)?' You turn on your heal, and lighting a cigar, bid her grod morning, ad (or a lillle eternity of a week you never go near her. Meantime your gentlta friends, tell you how 'divine' Joy; Jitd cousin looked ai the eoiviert. You are in a very badH; eitrari are an sedaiive, sewf swra either. You cniwd your beaver dow) over your ere and.alnrl for your office. On ) not way ynu'ipeel Kitty? ilebr! how bright and fresh she loots! and what nn unmitigated brute you've been to frtuf Acr of Take cam! sAc knows what you ara thinking bout! Womin are omui'scml ia each matters! So she peep archly from be neath those long ry lashes and aya, tending lha lip of hr little glotad bsntfc-e Want to make tip. Ibrryf 1 " There' no resisting! Thai tmil leda -you, like a will ir'-die tsispnuarAwfW you wail upo her haaanet Bohody angae. .. in, suit even your rMneetrd auntt and you never caH heir eouain,' after that rhtvt baa no man living ever won "such a iiwlinf lillle rfe, a Kitty had promised lo be 10 yofl soma bright mortiiiuj. ' ' '.' t ..11 4r 1 1 Tha Cooler. The cholera in Cupuhg,iv warse than it ha bveth. on it preesjtw mn- ad. my other city. Aa many aeAirw thmte. land of lha inhahjlejJ's ara atalad to bjtvf flsd from lh city.. Tba frrquant paaaeae gers in ih treet ara the earpenlrre' fsple carrying home lha eoffina. . Ouhiiibusea convey (ull load of aorpee lo the burying griaund. where handa r iniulncienl ka dig the graeei, and clergy ara wanting to read lha burial amice, , Oa Sundaf n knit drtdandirwUu toffnt mn hiint fa it church yard rxnoitd to the broiling svre- god had lain thtrt $ifttt Ih Jhurtdwj. that poem, atvd fdd men closed their osttfmou' - :' - ' and listened aa though otu echo from iba psal floated through tlia 1004 ailant Blun ter nf thtir spirii.. When the voung poet Cainelutlcd, a shower of sum tin. r fldw'cr ilt-fV'tiidc'd at Ins K-V, ' Much agitation prevail ia tti R waa-w -Stale from (ear of fitin. ' Therr kwr been a stiorl wheat. tart ial uVurj, . Fut'nii aud tiriula. ' .