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WWALIACKiiJ-TKEASiTKEit. ilU-RjiFULKERSON wiu SUbai.L BCSH N ELL" i-i" "1 a I'M n-ii 7 t-i'i oi 1H ljnAwji n1.- ii iTHEIIGUL IT1B.C ill Knoif".! -..rr:5 .fr.n ky -ahi!v mnimeit. Gala's blrrt5obck, ra tMldhoof.L.''S L. rr.n-! ik'dBOt recall inr tfllood,i- !'-'' ' j(, '.'j JUelnipJe bir.like.fiUdBtM,, KfJ -.-M; liven marnlni bad bar tcatropa, i-J!alnWth IkiTM trad"' "" X'd not rcalliy ckUdkood, Kr X, , j t Around ita joay portalt, . v j . J MWIBClie HOTEL, WTTILUlM JHMMEJUtAH, ! Fprlt. ov V , Aahland coanH-poao. EinriBE iiorsEt ' ' KKAXtNiM f . H ATT !fO L D8 r Prtprt AMEBICAH HOD8B, LLSOJX. How XaadDa, Huroa CoaBtr. Okfo. n40if " ' . ".HILLED BOVSll. rpH abcrlbtfbe leave to annoaac. that a L.mm panad a iiotal. o ka caUad tha -M4U Boaaa. diaectlx oppoaito tua ampaell- Huuac, kfata .Ttraat; A.hland, raapactfully aolieita a Aahlaad. March Sind, n4-tl-; . I., , i i --j-- - ft: 1 1 1 . A r . . !4Anf cttii;An,nvon ! fTHB aBdraigned baring laaaed ae aboreonaa z . . z:n z .v. , k .ff-rt wiu .paw ini.ter tothacomlor1.otan who jnay,faToi JaromaviilasbJlMl . J. BICB. ; ..FBARKL1N HOUSE., Sf. vrari il.uJ th iWivfl atrte Houaa tor a Jki.7trm r earav tha oBfcraigafapctfaUy aXllteiU a ahara of tna puiwic F.'j 'rr mill baapara to maka eomlortabte all thoaer who -. . rlrtLEB HOJJSE. TonPri' BBTATtMAR,:baiaraao.takaB taa J kOT Houaa, will be prepared to accomniodaia -ir tia olttfrtenia who may favor him with acal). l-aid.iIWiMVr;.l85-i:' ,Ji 1 unRCKT REEK . . "t'oraara and Cavnttllor at Law. pwrEi", am FKIf R. on Kaia Bvroei, iracai oi u oiuir V aeH Haaaa, Aalan. Ofalax ' Aahlaad UrM,,ita. caam X. wnw, aaaaa a riliu . . AUni, Oil, t" i TTAX'SPX A; P1HKEB, . SOtf HAVTB' Araaed vcoparia eram p - wur giy prompt attenUon to all buawieaa eatruated to thatr care la tuia and aurrounding eouppea.. Of- --fiM4Jsy'WutAa'Kempetti tioaaar '. A.ahlaad..Hoy.83d.-653. t,.:- : uruvai. muaaT wu.u a Aj-uaoay J . KELLOGfi A ALLISON. aUiVi Law and 'Solicitor in Chancer y J TTriLL attend to all ptofeaalooal buameaa a VV. araaaad totbairoaxe, la ikia and; a)otaug ouatlaa, Aalilan4goT-S3d-.lt3.. . 96tf. t,,.. .otTq ajad Couvtttlor at La I ; t-,-; -vFFlCE OTer Drog Store, of SampavU & Co. Boai VJ?oeaa ta' tbi and neiehborlng eoiidtlta prompt ! attended toi.-.-t-f--' t'.ft 'inii'A. "LT'"' Aahland, ntov. 83d. 853," , ... , ,-.y "T rji..nT. I ' A'"VFTFr. :2 ai -.T: --f MU'i' aaia Caai7er at Lav. r xrHX attend praaaptrto au miMM.iiinmc. VI to taeir eaxa n tbia un wjauui OAca on oorner of Main and Church atreeta."; AablaneV Wrr. 3d. M6y. 86tf j.ui:mtt.. Yf .'. l"c aoaa a. coaaa. jrfJLyO?. JleWMBS,,, viT Atarnr, n2 Counaor af iaw;, dF;CB on Main atreetV over the Store TV C. BuahBell. AahlaWAahaBl Coo-My, ii P9vember!K141SS3,3 j, r.r '. t?1? ,,f .TUOJSJkS BBIX, ,., a" TTOBHEy' AX LAW -and Jaatice. of the A'PeaceV Londoorilre, AehlandrConrrtyyOhlo. MMafacvaSakilSaiSL v ;--d " i r-FICKippoarte F. Ai-Kiaaer-a Store, Mela .Street, A bta4, AaMand-ooaoty, Oblo- ' . Ashland, Feb. 14, 1854. ! - ' 7 r. t " V FFICK, adjoining Mi'liogton'a.prag, Store i 1 opppaite f V & I. Hiaaer'a atore. ' btaadj AT-19tti;ia4o-a4tfv.-a a,n.;-iriTi.07iEs,'i 'i''':"7 lt i.'2)y-(i-clactic'eJwW Mtiicii, ". ': -TTAVlJiG located. a KuggleaTowoaMp. Aahland Xl County, Ohio, offer, hia profeaauinal aervicej ..to the- sabUc eheraily. farticalar aUeation paid to Chronic diaeaaaa. Rkenmeliam, var, and Lung omplainta. old Spree, etc., Cancera", Kchirrc-ua aKUaJkceraaa: nam' " . ,T7I Knife crCamtic. . . .., icji.--- .(r.tKAWA-jBUtXy.J.Ik.,;.,-;:,. Practitioner of. Medicint and Surgery; 74 f AT be coaauTted at bla ree)dence on main du, vJVa jr.lBd.-.AaklaadConoty,Ohlo"'.i- -,i Havember S3d. 1853. ' - slt..- CJ tiBaAt TBOHA AijAirES --4.' ruHtiomtr. pf'Mtdiciui arU Purgery til O AVASS AH. Aakland onnty . Ohio A1"" BVi ice of the Peace and Notary Public. 5ovembex23d, J843. -r-- - sstr - aTlHAHtreir foe paa faWerd,' re.pectfeWy aav . JL BoaDcea:that he haa. reauned -tna, practice of laeTcine la all tta branchea." Office In the Em . irtOTof fc B. V, KampaaJ A Ce. Aiaiaod, O,' - y May jth; WSV; . J : DBi W wbiimi.eh 4 . -fra&tint0fMtminm4 Swnhri; ""TT7TLLL atkend to all -buaineae connected with hia . VVwrofeeeioo: Office in toe Centre of Troyv Ab- ti t4- preln, "Ktfl "! i -i JaavatilBgiaiudiBaBr,-.x-i!r--:ii.' 'T . 1 r yM a jigu, . : 1 -. 1 - " T have made a ahaageful Jonrney, f,- rv ,v. Llit 11,. 1 . v.-.i COI haote gattaned Acvwera and bloeaoma, " t i yierea bjr many a. thorn, I tint ranan nnt ahs cart ftf urraw . .-:(. i . . k ,. - ' . L have plucked a jewel rare; . lt r t. j r- la their ceaaelese aitrife vv'ltli- care. v ' -Oil tac Hof.I faap Ufa'aborniriglireBkexj .vi V v- -- . Aaanowe ertneouppiea giow, . m pauae not UH I've lea tea , , . . 1 -The deepeat wave below ; f -.-r -Tkoagh kilter drege may. mingle,' V The crimson light ahall roll -" ,r. .-In.faltandlkwIewcBnvstari.'t -;t: I . r, . f ! Though the fouataina of my aoiri. Rol I'd not go back tocnuanood. 1 ' Wnm h Hiiffit flush hf sniifl. . . , , . :.. Aad when evening cloaeeronrd me,1 w ;.v ,' !-.Iav0BeoBly kooay .; i -,, -.. A mid the valley'a darkneaa,;- '-J ... I ta dangers and ita dread, i.;'; The signal star of Judah ' ( , r "r0 abioe above my bead.' . , " From the Flag of Oar Union. , -, HOW, THE SaUZRE KEPT HOUSE.' j.''jl'Te made an; engagement for you to Bpdra day out,: this fveekv" )J) served 'Squire , Crosby, ag bis wife wa placing diaoer npon. .the; table...,.-' ,: " Have you ? I'm sorry, .forI; fea I shall be too busy to- fulfill it.n ebe re joined, in a slight tone of: regret.-,-.. ii.-. iJusj, about wnat r". testily ezclauon t!i speaker - ff I. would respectfully, in-; quire,, for somewnit, less tnan tne Hun dredth, time-what you .can possible .find to. do ? : It 6riens to me that, you must. really suffer for. want of exercise, -J.- 'i I do, liaJoubtedly," said; 3Ir,$i Gros- "J, drily, iT djjrr a VfcJ v., - j , ".Xt. can' .be otherwise" continued the : Squire decidedly.., B.-co.mpaxative:'! lj idle! lilie.or, a- vojnarA.,tp: tia, B feyr, householdcaresJt, i.jg ri J , r. , Afewhousejapldoares,;;,, ,;r .,. ;. C Y'es, my, dcat Mrs. Crosby, and the. washing put.taut,-. into thev bargainv y na, a aoorious insiness ; (juire Hmshv looked .vervwise and.RTvokd witlh a degree .of- uony.r;. r . . . " You talk likej)ne who is unac quainted with Jiis subjects, -but at the same , tiinef. , ra, wuiitig ; .loaiow rjas you .now, as mucn apoui, ii as ine, genr- erality of, Tn'eny, anoV that can't ,be pon-j stue4 intd " a coinpHment '.4fto'. .the 'ex by'dny taeaptCt",. ' . .' ... ,, ".,c But Isn't'the Tact a . self-eymeptjone, Sfrs!" Crbsb f ' tlavn'i'r.eyes and cart't A see observe I ooJr about ..mecoin-J prehend 11" demanded the Squire," nether" voti". do, is another thioir. . re loioea ins wuk. owever, I .enough: to do to keep ine ' out ( of jidle- SBS. ., ... ,T. . ..: . 1 .... . Ht Wheri there's only two of ni V 0j Only : twVof us,' added Iklrs.' Cros-' Jay quietlj " for it. Js just as. necessary that two should eat as tour," W ell, it certainly must . be .a .great undertakinsf to cook a little food,' wash a few dishes and lay- tHe - table ! "three times a day ! Why, I could --accom plish the whole in Jess than two hours!" - Those.-duties .you. have;.nanied dQ not. . comprise th. whole of housekeeping aa 1 'nAchtr " r , if ' AJX A a. rJ M.AJO UJi is another tliiog, .lUb,B lb JUiAV, am satisfied that X can find .J 1- " '1 -4 . li t f 1 J f ; I1 . " . r . O A . af " PerhaDS . nt : , I eliouldn't : zaind iTemarkedTOnsuItn.ff het'wiitch; that he baa: . Deen:aDsent long enongn to iBasea oeanty.-OiiEiDjt-r.! -lii-aMASU..-!.' - COW1, PtA GT1T kOlS F JUSBieiaa- Aau ;u atii ' jtr7melle. AabUnd,connty, Ohio. - Bttk Stfth, UIM. a y c? 1-C ttfATCHMAB-Kl AflU Jwo.J - . a, w vu la,. a.lM M11CDH.JCS' ' aiAaw VaHkM-KAIinna (t-r. -arraoted. Higueat price pato. ipr kniai oold aaeKSriver.- Opposite the Sampaak Houae..., y-U '- a Vi ;-.(. 'r'iJl Aahlaod, Ohio. " ., 3"ti, ,-. ,. 1 W IlaJUJ. J aAalaB V JS r. : (,;,.-, . WATCH ANDCLOCK.JIAKEB, Postor-;VY-I ficeBnildinr,' Main etreet, Ashland; Obio.1pol andi'iteel Peaaaad a-hataa varietr of JeweT.-r. kept AOOsanUy an haaaV yveaiber.iadt I3j. 8otf- 1A ; Fl -ori : s.4i ra'-A'a-HL-MESi'"-. JftiaariT- Bmi ikef Shoett vtit HKBB-'aaorf teiow .iuvtiom trnin ina. nffiea - Ashland. O hio. Custom rworli otder ob the ahortekt Botice. leaaonaaia tMi?2J ""r! 1 aad most 1 SecenbeT lstk, I63. throwing in a.. little; ,dustng find sweep ing onco in af while. jUut .lttsceiaiu-. ly appears laughable to hear a woman complafu, pf theworkjiwiteuthjere'iOnly two in the jEanyly,., I verily helievt., its nothing bat hafiitj', quotk the Sqxiire, with becoming gravity, -.. f.r.j.,,,,. . V Suppose Toa try . it :for rone- day ". proposed- Mrs, C.rosby with like seri-. ouaacaa, "All go to; the. omce pnOi do ourwork,. ano-j you. pan remain. -.at onifi aticl do mifie, ,;K!: -)x I ... '4 It's rather a- novel proposition and don't at this time, -call to mind -any cclehrated."- men .who did : housework. haven't, the, .least bbjoction- to try it, notwithstanding, and, presume .it will bo tha easiest work J, shall have thi. year;''- -.'. 1 . 1" ' V ' a rejQiqea in? UusflantLi i..:,,,.. .-- , u i , Bo tli being agreea, -the,; next day- was selected for the, exchange .5 of . employ ments. A. . quieii - -souie .- iBmea . pout Mrs; Crosby's. moath.nd the Squire evi-; dently, thought it hne jokej pne which woaidra"lttm a.argeiund of merri ment and jio ifmeD"f. Proving. 4o his wife 'that' housework was nothing more ,,thaa-a pleasant amusement.-,'- The deluded woman thought, fceFi was miiy.occupiea in .lceeping , a. good W&SELTSZti 2wdlious4.tidi.- and' in. tfe'vilins new . r.i... 1 at- i-J-k'a-l;SJ-i T.- .1 -i ' 4 1 a." Squire j 'VhPJ strange to say, Iiked'.good foodf knd an abundance of it. lie seemed to think that this iumned upon the table r'feadyeooked, and tEaOl rs., Cpsby (or ' qome othef person) had but to utter a few . magical woj-ds,andseyery thing was done. Bui t, feeai these' trifling dudes .termed' 'enormous'.- when there. was i" onlv two"'of eileiii;t cJ'ir;'seemef. a rea p-j: surdity tO:quire.Uroscgr? a.nane inward-. lytesolved tor write, an afticie on .tQe subject ao 3e t'tlje, steni eir'aex ipVj .liow '-WhHeefliicfiijg"OT'oi5,-;tkiB laudable determination,' M rs, Crosby "had occupied herself in jotting down a list of 'duties demandipg'' attention'neatt morr4nB. This she fold edj And Jjuidtly banded, io her nusbihd' reqiuestiD !him 'to " mae vu. m oi.aja.au VkWy liilifcll 11U F " fj I llfl fl n'Y men -thlght'enBue. , 'r' ":".': ,--' . j :Tiie'Iist 'ia'rio longer' taa ''WnaL'' teid'thelady sinninir at theVearnestness witn .wiiica ne : suryeytu.iii, .jf ( gw throVlgn'tlie 's'aine" perfqrinanees every dayl Tit liT necessaryVfor they,-cannot be tbmitted.'. But doTt "be frightened you.caii take your ptra time," she'.added, m U : bantering "tone!, . . . fil",u i Seigning' the utmost difference io resolts.'lie remarkisd'tb-it' e8hould probably-" inake quick, work' of it,", And placing .the ' paper in .his,, pocket,- re turned t'o( his office, 't '" ' ,, .. .: J- ' The liege jof-d ,bf Irs .Crosby xrae ticed law in 'a suburban lown and had acquired co'njiderable'' property by, the Baihe. '" His . wife had 'jindepepdence CnOugh to' do' her ' own housework, ; but ednld ; not .' help.' thinking .that she . de served' some 'credit for so. doing. ..She had no particular desire to.;be praised, justice' where, justice .is: due," . was hei' motto':' and our readers" will per haps coincide with her in . the belief that itwasrather hard . to ; work, busily i whole" morning ..and, .then fee . told ".that shehad' done, nbtliing' compara tively.'! ' It ' was- not" encouraging, to say the least,' and sjie awaited - the ex periment' with inuci interest. r ., ,-, -: . , ; Morning camC, and the Squire aroused his wife, and informed her .in a ' signifi cant tone, that-, it was quite, time to dress and make a fire." Mrs. Crosby did hot wait for a second Liddius, -but remarked as she left the chamber, that he might "put himself . in readiness to see about breakfast." ; .. .i Our heroine had taken the precaution the night previous to prepare the kind lings, ua in a snort ume naa a . orisK Eire. - :.She allowed herself, to do just what her' husband had been in the habit of 'doing, and ho more-7 be usually left the Old coal and .cinders for '.her . Jo- ift ana clear away, as well asthe rpmnants of wood and shavings to pick up : , and she' didn't feel inclined to . limit . hie privileges at this time... The rdinipg ta!- ble stood in the middle of the, room, also, covered ,'with "books, pane'rs. writmjr ma terials, iiud'o'tlier article used the night before. '",'. These she 'did not .molest,,, and without pulling up the shades, or. put-. ting r back ' the chairs, she took a news? paper and began to read. , '- . l . -. t : "' The Squire h?d evidently completed his toilet quicker-than common,' bnt.itr was nevertheless nearly an hour ..before he' made his appearance. . It. was some thing nove to -see h :& wifercading before bretKfast,'ahd he co'uloTnot'help smiling to witness her perfectsangfroid.-,.-: ,,i,, ; '"'"I've been up along .time, and renew i'the. n'rrf - 'twreeV-' Mr. Crosby." she re inarked wlthout.36oking'tfp.''' ' V V "j ' -'This was the Squire's' favoriti saluta-. tiod when' his' wife happened' fa take an extrairapof feye minutes.'4 ' ". I L"- - 1 The' gentleman' ma2e no reply for , lie understood whittfthe remark nieant withi out the aid-.f an interpreter.';' lie' pro-' ceede'd to-busihess' ' with'great' aIacTityt piling the1 bpoksTand papers 'upon, chairs, arid ;nfed-ly' npsf ting the inkstand,' jn 'his hast.'MA'fter'spilliaag some oil ifl''carry irig the' lainp ithe: WTong Way , ' aiid illow ing lhfe kettle to' boil : over five 'minutes. before' he got ready lb'"' take it' but,', he'; succeeded in' getting ..the" ctoth.Maid.. though m-rather an awkward manner., ; think I snduld rcirsh'1'a "piece of beef steak, Mr., Crosby," remarked the lady m the 'reckoning-chair." " ", ' Ahtheu you shaltnaveiZ,; replied the house-Jceepeii j of " the dayj " patroniz ingly as'heP ;busied" himself 'with'nap kins, eups,, '. sauce, plates,' knives,, forks; &c."f : He tried . to ' recollect 'iow. Mrs. Crosby arranged them," but in -spite, pf all" his attempts,' he1 couldn't :" he made jcf application to that lady for, her ad vice, however, and he apparently was absorbed in he. reading. .,"" ; Adjoiiriring to"the: kttchetf,.'fhe Squire attended to makriig ' a ' delicicjus cup of coffee" and had a " long' $trnggle "with beef Bteak, which Tefused to broil to hs satisfaPtioit l When :retfirnitig: to the dining room, after a long absence, look ing heated and impatient,. Mrs. Crosby , ,',Wh,at a.wpman-ViiU is t femetnbef: 9 ar 1 . .Anybody -would , shppiwe P that shp had topt a;diary of my .imlticiy l.s wubci radons xor.a year., r hdjsub ua thcuf 1 ii her tbnguey end l" ' thought the-individual addressed, thougfi he did not see fit to make any Lmmediiite'W- joinde ...r) l-.-. h' .I. ,;U '"?. . The .Squire had. bnt little,, appetite; liis wife remarked the fact,, and hoped, " that the" simple exercise , of gettihg break&sf,"liad not taken itaway,. as the Squire was in the habit oT asserting.) The-genflemaa'' 'wipeed, and prepared hhnielt'i a ifrenferous slice of bread and '3rcJ, anco1 "'the', stalfitipoh Eis linen as- imflftrl fenrlTii,iia drnifennrtri!iv Si'nflirr trie searching glancdof his visitor' J He drop j pejliis eyes,audorget the! Btaiiiin on temptation of his sooty hands. ... ; 1 . V Excusa the. disorder .of my dress this 'laafamigi Miss'Haynes,' he' added., " I Wad oaiifclunate as td tipsetfthp'ihk staPd iiiat aa rybu'iBanirJ -and ': vdu'- Bee itjhe..efffe.ts a-.thaaeeidti&V-'ti-.'i"'. . 41ms,-it mviet beeontessed, was. rather SUCflUvlUQ il V'.'l 11117 UtllU, ,UUU L11U Squire tbnld'fit think -of 'any other wav to extfiuatftitimself from thCdilemma : and h.-ffaa nl disposed to. oonfeatr he butter, which he-proceeded ;to dlpfact8tat tp jiis fair Watik-yed..frieudi a beef ateak.'1. h: e a.-.-- j This observation the Squire remem bered to" have heard- before ; bilt did Aot make it apparent.5 At 'length the coffee and . meat werfl brought' in, 1 and; all thingB.werc "pronounced 'Teady' by: the officiating master of ceremonies. ' ' Mrs. (Jrosby; 'seated' hersIf,' -and began to carve the. Squire' toot'Uis: place at the head of thb table;- and proceeded 1 to pour batrthe offee. ' '-' '-' '.J )'''' . V The bread, Mr.'Crosby: truggest-ed the lady.- ::-:.ttv-J ...! v.-. 1 . ...- -; "Bless me, I forgot it f he exclaimed, dropping the coffee potj and jumping so hastily that he- cajne-near overturning the table. i.i,I'; ,, The btoad was ' soon produced, etit 'ii slices vary ing inr thickness from a wafer to- four inches: -" -" - - lf The butter,' Mr.-Crosby," suggested his companion, when ho was again fairly Seated. " -.: : 7-'i.. ? v-'U Jt.iJ i :j "I declare what a poor memory -I have got J" And -setting down the cup which he had- taken tip for the seeoud time, he started for the missing; article. Placing it: in. triumph bee ides, his wife's. plate, he renewed his. attempt at , cohee Ebur ing , and. this, Aimer-was successful ; utr.it must bp oonfeseed, that he t eyed tlieidark.lppking ibeyerage.wifJbi some riheertainty as,, lie passed it yacrpas thje table, ,.j y.l.-. il IrA ?.v, .. . . "tMuddy .coffej,igain, JJIriiiCrosby V abruptly saio Ife aidy j ... : . -: s; Tha. squipe hadn't word reply ..1 'Vyery smpky, Jjeefsteakji mj-dearj What have you done to -itVane eontia-i .edjipushingjhirge juece of th)Pbnex- ions ; axucie- on jvw. in11" ;"r. -yv ttYoV.muat be, extremely.iareleas.ji; Jsucli,thg9 cosadn't happeiiistveiiijks tney uo ; , . of S tton&ti hxr&ad laittuJiI i for -weeks. . ' , Vhen .the nxruing; niel -wasf conclu ded, Mrs." .Crosby. donned -her-, bonnet and. shawl, and remarking; that she would send home .the dinner leit.tue house ' .Our herb was now .alone,. and. cquld carry ;,6ii operationBi'vfithout ah eye to witness;! Which, he observed; 1' was much pleasanter.'r-f :.-) . t;i -'.it f . 'i Now we'll eonsult the list," he add ed, aloud, , and have- things -go: on m regular order. - Here goes; get break - fast, clear table, wash dishes, hut clos ets in order; wipe- .down shelves, -clean knives,.- cleanse; sinki. rub silver, blaek stove, ;koep: iire, attend ..to door bell, sweep j hall, prosit -stairs, sweep parlor dining, roou and: kitchen' dust furni ture, , trim ; lumps, ' do chamber-work, wash meat ' foe oven, clean vegetables'. stew cranberries,- make padding, and en tertain, , -visitors if -they happened ' to calL",..i" Bless me, is that aU!-eried our. housekeeper. .. i: H-c vtrf.-j llur I ..."I call that -making 'a great-fuss about, a little matter " It. sounds larger "than St really is. I think Til cleat the table,! to . begin with, as that is put down next.- : .- n-.w ;,: M-.::r.i--a i So :at it he went,' knocking ' things hither and thither, at great ; hazard of their demojishnlent. . As the idea didn't occur to him that he: could arry ' a :iA.v C a :.. 1 a. . aL I. - J LS great many journeys between the - di- I ainir room a.nd kitanliAri -xrKiiK:niaaiB-t.tJ Fly oonsuined considerable- time: -The dish-washing proved rather au awkward affair,' and -did not" progress1 BO-'rapidly as he could have wished. . He cbhldift wipe - Ithjel cnpsrhandilyj-thei' sancera seemed bungling, and'the ' plates ' would slijj back into the water ; but aftet break ing a cut glass tumbler, (which he felt certain, of 1 matching- the 'nex-t 'day,) knocking off a large piece of a platterj (which he resolved to paste' together while, dinner-was cooking,) and' break-' ing a"pet dish of -his wifo's -while setting up a .; pile: of. plates, the matter : was brought to a eloser. viThq knifc-clea'ni'ng' was another thing - altogethoi- : Ihere ' vMuililu;' ircany"-- eiofJbriitigaH ' and he conld " put 'em 'th-rohgh " quick But the black spdts were set de'ejier than' he imagined, and tequifed'the exhibition of more elbow "grease "thaiif ne'had any idea of. He contended longest with' : the-carvhig knifey which", in conseixuence . of. being;' so awkwardly handled- inflict'. ed a deep cat, a slight-tokeni of remerki-'" brance. - I his -was"a" mistake which cauyjed ? jolaiiy '.other ;miutakei duriiig" the dayj owipg. undoihtedlyjtO.the---diiaa6y bandage' which- tho- ckjuire had wrapped about his hand, !-. i-ntj 'i, 1 !c..i It may be well-.;to remark-i that' .the lit was jcajefully put in! a i conspicuous position ; : and .frequently -referred- to.i ! lie.-aUeuded to . tue.silYeil and 4 hen bat the .clock. -,. Thej hands -.pointed., to an houi; that.adinoniiihes that, -".time waits for:,pp jnan,"'nd had. no ipartiedlar syinpathyR; witU- inexperienced -faouse- keepers.; f ! i-t., H 'A M - r-t . 1 Vhat's next on ; the docket, ' I won der,"; he thoughtconsid ting his memo randum. " Ah, stove to black? Well, I must, -admit that: the efi'oethat boiled over . itaa nt. . iau proved : -its i- appearance much, I-ll;,look up:the.brushJ - if- ?! So saying he prepared for; the operas tiou at ouce.r. The stove was quite- hot and he; could nob work- to . advantage.. The more- liqaid he put ion: the more it would sputter about and. fly off with a cracking noise;., lie- thickened the liq uid, but it wonld'nt adhere to the stove and .he began to think: it was bewitched. At this state. 01 anairs, ho happened to recollect that somebody liad saidthat milk was the. pest thing to wet:thepow--dec,.. with;. so he hastened to -the pan try,, and L pouring ,.eut a. : quantity .:ap-! pliqd;.it to the refractory tove..'i: That did'nt mend the! matter mucht and 'the smell of. burned . milk began to- be disa greeable, The room, was .filled -.with smoke the floor -feround the: stove. .was dotted with blacking, , arid the Squire' hands were ; certainly: not the cleanest that ever was,, when a violent ring of the bell resounded 'through -the house and made our hero start as if he had been surprised in some dishonorable act. i He looked -toward the door and . then at hia hands, and finally, a large stain- on his-shirt .bosom attracted his notice,' it bora a strong resemblance to blaeking.- I won't go, they may ring all day if they like,' he exclaimed impatiently going, to the wash-basin and trying : to bring his hands to : their accustomed . color, but a ring., without warned j him that some person had a mind ; not -to "give it Up SO-'? 1 i' '.:.-,.: i-.u j. '' "Confound .that ( tintinabula!- v-I suppose it is some, old man after boots, clothes, grease: or - Tags. If : he does it again I'll- bring a suit against him ' for assault and battery, M: cried 'our . incipi ent Jiouse . keeper- making .a few-: des perate dashes at the dishcloth, which, he mistook-for , the' towel, and hurrying id ward theidoot" he opened it with a treixn bliug hAndjil i!oilii-:.v ivTiiToil. K in tn'u : m xAhxigood.' mornmg.Squire," .said1 a wellr.dressed good looking young lady, who-evidently expected tb .see-' somebody: eisei..-:f' Is Mrstt Crosby in."..-' vU-;-, ' itt "-.-Yea rnoj she isn't in'. hetoonn)er ed:T.for truth ito tell -.the .Squir. was thinking fcore of his personal appearanofey wbp after making a'f fewcponmpn-placti ,vua nj, VVUK l.-1 1V.U T V. , , , IU Whal An "ingenious exctiss that was I Nobody but a lawyer would hare1 thought of '.Alt " BolUoqUised..aur. 'hero, glancing .eomplaoently. in, a mirror pprjaining, to a hat'trpo. 'aaffine'his.niortifieatiqa iit 'discb vih4ng: "a Dlack strpak 'across . bis faeej' whict gave' it a: hiost "ludicrous as pect; !a 'f.No wonder::: "the young lady iooked at m with curiosity, for nothing, rSrpbably , but good manners, restrained her from a hearty laugh." : TheJ Squire' went back t6 the kitchen With a slOW BT;ep. "''To his ntter astonisfi- .nient it'was'32 o'elock, and .ho hadiqnite Jorgotpe.B,jdianer. ,.,J.he; hrpr, was. eutire ly out, the room .was in p sadj plight, the list 'of diitie's. not half, completed, and the meat,- vegetables, etc.. remained un touched;1)" '- i" - . -n-; u-. - ,His zJal' had cooled amazingly since morning, and.he half r.epented -acceed- mg to his wile s request. lie hadiex pected'tq'see"iher" enter every moment, express" herself 'satisfied '-with the' experi ment, and desire him" m A very- humble planner to go back to. the-office, and rer same his legitimate sphere of action. ; ! But Mrs. Crosby did. not appear and ne was at lengtn omigeu to collect nis energies for " the' Purpose" of makirig' an: other fire.S'i.'Jnisii '-: Hi -.'n-.:-i' -i rid I Afte?, wearing., out' his Tpatiehcc, ho suyeeeded in Ips undeitakiug,-.and .con signed the neat to a cold oven. Jt was too' 'late' to "think Tof 'pudding- Mrs. Crosby ihttsf ?xteu's'cr him "that item, al; though he-had always-Expected it "of her,! undar.all.-circumstancesu- il He" . began . toi think that, .certainly,! did, requirp, some ingenuity and calculation to dis-: ppse bf so" inauy duties in' the morning, and had sbihc'famt silsprclbn that house keeping? was. no--joke. after alLs:- Hi won-: dered, Uqw JMrs4 Crosby f prospei;ed, and whether, shd did not -wish herself safe at home : "busied, himself in anticipating how' frightened' phe would Vp'&V finding" how much work'-'hadl Been laid "out' for the -day; yasct rhowt. "completely-.' i '" non-1 plugsed sbxr mus. eiidcnJlyjapp&riL.if ' client enould ' hajpejy ;?f for.:a.d- vicc. '4 ke ixrai .qa such -an .amusing idetf thai' bur lawyfcrrubbed "his 'hands and laughed "to- himself at'.the ' ridiculous ! figure he fancied Mrs, Crosby was about that tune mating. - ., ... v Leaving the Siiuire' to work 'but the rest "orthfe tcms-'we1 will' attenrf vtho footsteps-J of: Mrs.;Ji5o8by' to her hus bandM ofiiaej aad-.ate-iar;.eXperieuEe Tom Pettifogger, the lawyer s clerk, stared s6friewhat' ' prseveYin'gVy, when he saw- Mrs? Crosby snter the blficp'; Vift an assured', atepy- and qiroceed io -hang up Jer lonngt and jsljawi wkh A. tgenuiste busihess Ai, T ., .!-i..-. u.!3 ? ,.y . """ToiiiJ" said t3frs Crosby, ."is this Viri nrAftt T.r'fr?r r V' t'O' -'' r- ,- ... . - - rj. . .c-Yfls "Iaitl,'i ''replied-. -taeMfantT barrister mereiBilTpTisEd. ,-;-c;w ?i ii L beg eare toditier, witMi-you, Bit. k Do vou see these papers all iscattered about here'"'? " "PJcJf thetn all up'and file them miropeir order." " : MWherp'tP th Squire ?sted:iPef-: tifpggqr jwith -jnOvttWwide agaptt tnoi-JS. -ji I am Squira-day, Tqni-and you'p my' man1 of Dusiness.. , Mr, iprosby. told. me you had a memorandum oi to-aay s workjt-i Prodaoe-.it.:-4f--thore-;ia such a thing.V r, .;,, -it, t.Ji .-J:--i;I-ri.! :!.: Jb'ettifoggcr.iumbled about a. whole with the , document . in . qucstion.-r- Withthe faintest smile "possible, that wo-. man could produce, Mrs:- Squirt i Crosby read a follows ':?,. 'i i iafV'j! IxF.MS,,T-rHabeas corpus fpr: LetkLew-' is. . A writ of.replevin for .the .distress. of "Siniboil "Snooks. "Fill put quit" claim deed 1 for - Jbhh 1 Sykes." : :! Advise ' C&fif. . Saunders ibri damages against' Farmer Jones. A ; wait f; attachment : -in ': the case, of- r Jojips . vs.. -Smith..., Examine letters .respecting Miss Bright '"a, j breach of "promise case. " Send Higgiiigs' . biL Write a threatening letter to Thompsoti.-Terrify.-.Joe -Bunker:iF possible. i To take depositions in .Wiggin'sjalander ease. ... Jiick , Jiiu iiuzzieton . ;nrm oi Buzzletbn .. it- Buggs) out "of, office.. Brbwbeat' Mrs! '"Chandler ' for ner ' lahd- lord ,'Hagin ? Tweak11 JehhBbriV &bse.' The. above to be ' done besides attending to peidentaJ, buainess. aa.;(it.may; pc-r Well. ' here's ' work !" thought bur lady,' Tier ardor1 considerably cooled by .UIDl..IU.mUU,U i J :Toai do. yeui know -much- i",';.she asK- ed re9oyering.her ijelf-possesaion. & i Aom didn t seem tp Kpowwaeiuer p did of not,' yawned fwicej ut" $ipr.es$- pd nb Ppihioh in- words. ''''7 fs ! I mean are you' any- part of a -Iaw-- yer ?'vi resumed sour :fair barrister. -;J - r.t . I IL T 1 1 -11 1 a at. C? :. V.., 01 i,.uuyr uii auyu ,1110 Yqvlc4i5 ""f ness ma am." 'Verf well on wnst -operate with ' me "to dispatch thiB: business here named with, ; .the; least . possible delay,'. . I ..wiU iest.ypur . knowledge .a j.iittiq. it.; ypu please.' hat is' habeas cprpiis ?" . : . 1 'A'rit 'fordelivbriniB' a person frbm false WprSfsbmiient,r,!fromi 6ne: Pburt tb another -J answered aom promptly-'- " Very good. What.A)out the.vsewi8 1UUU& V UU. iUlN. V71 UOU Y . . "!l'TV(Vthiiigs are dispbsedof A'efl; ha beas tjorpns 'And the:,writ 'of'Teplefin. Dty V On, kubw. ybu prettV seamstress.!' rMf Peltifogger colored. i, to : the j.yery climax of his toreheaq,, and Baidr.j'y-s ' m a very snecpisn nmnuer. -id n t Help me -Tom' and "TIT" help ryou. Have you had AjuArrel wit that young lady lately. ." Jay.before yesterday, and and I'm a,- , 1 ,, "-. 1-1. airaidsnewon i oome rpuna rignt again ' e Never fear -ril warrant you in th rquarreK we'll ; bring her round in no tune,- l ois outri--but---l-' must get jthrough the4i8t.".'!-f ".ts-.: .'- "I'll put you clear, through ?;it byh "T triarle that outlast Evening.'" ' p "'-Yon ,'ac4ed-.Ty' p-Oanptly.'Next comes a wpil of.repIeym.i'i'Od .paini lifi than-hW wife's 4ibatee;.lidesi'ieVd '.That is .idj---rfinie4,.justas im nr 1 SaaJ . ill f. i-lift arm. n r 1 aa 1 nsriA . f , KW-a.ii namo in " ' . t . , him with Bbme onriosiiy , 'anchihis -m.."iTam gladyou attend"' io your bus- rjejrajtt j-xua-tne njorei;;-! i v-i ntiess, xom.- A'lt speeK a good word lor ta jmow it must be remaaviioa the wqme was remarkable, for the neatness of his Ala? Tqmv 'dbn't swear.". if. . AVell I -' don't "know 'what W'-tfcis taieans' but bbtsawae- -that ain't swear Ling- ma'Am if I- .don't , do ., my best for you in any .way you name.":; . JpMargarct is a. fine girl-r-next comes the' t(uit elainr deed. '"" Yo'u "have' got bianw ready te-hmip.aoubtless." " ' si: "Exactly "i l-.-r. wl:a-na t-iJO " Dip your pen and dash it off,"? said Mrs. Crosby., a: ...., ,.t.,-, .rr ..ti , While Pettifogger was filling up the ueeu ior oyKes, in poppea jur. maun ders to' -take advice' concerning an' action for damages "Against him--' try James Jones. :'t : :;f i ..ii '1:.- if ,,"My husband is. not in at this. mo ment, Captain,", said ..Mrs , Crosby. uPlease"set" down and', wait a little while.!'-;-!"' Now our .heroine was- a pTetty'-wo4 manV And :' had exceedingly captivaiing manners, which were: generally pleasing tb the other, sex. Saunders j was not, at all averse to waiting a while with much satisfaction. -'"Please tell me something about this matter of yours captain.'" I should- like t o know the particulars, for do you know that. I have studied -law extensively myself', continuedj thtj Squire's wile with a .sniiie. . , '' Saunders was -quite ready to "relate his troubles to;? such a listeneryand1 so straightway unbosomed 'hinlself, It appeared. that iiis neighbor; Jones' Bwme had tresspassed upon-his grounds, des troyed at certain times sundry quanti ties ; of corir' and " potatoes,' and to ' in'-' demnify , himself lie .'had shbt ; one of said' quadrupeds for which act the own er had brought an. action. ; f.'f, l.'i L Can tell you what tp do iur this .aa-1 tibn' as-' well as the Squire himself,"" said I n- 1. .n: :it : LiJ''i. -i'1 iiiiB. urunujf, amiiiajg ouiii uiurciit'iisaui- iyi 'i What ! was-tho animal worth do you suppose ?.". she rpshmed.- , "About six. dolJLars,.Jirs. Urosby. ...f 1"'fWhat do you "imagine the whole affair will' cost if vbu 'give it a? trial ?"' ' " Twenty-five or thirty doHafs,-'pet-'pB.atr3rt-p ili-' .-b.iK'.f-'- Sfil.- , " I hen the cheapest way- will be lo- to leave me ten dollars, and I'll settle, tlie case. 'captaih,' added the lady with A 8rnile'that was-inokt teVitcliing.' ' H ' '' The eaptain'-mused a7, moment, and thch-excluiuied : wsi r.wi mj .--A rU;d,&rt).:! BW.mp if.,I don't .be lieve you can settle.it if anybody qaruV,-. : '"'The captain left the money and de parted? The'in6meht-.:he '"had gone; "'a note -Wad dispatched to fonnerTJone9,Te-t questnig imn .totep iip.to tlie ofiicev W i While jTqio was engaged, ,qj ther,.wirit. of Brown y'sV'Sihith';. Jones made his ap phiranc6J iiiid thti' awifloTiffaif'' Vass'et-" tied for 'ieveB dollars.' 'Thelletiers' of Miss Bright were examined- and nothing like.aproniise of marriage could be nrnda out of them. Mrs. .Crosby jmniediately; wrote to that young dy, -.advising her toidrbp th"e'po9ccution of 'the' case; 'as there-wa3- noreasonable'-hOpe-'Of" suc ceeding if; the letters were the nly ;evi- t dence. in tfqQ premises. . .yjggu' bilj. was sent, and xoni wrote a tnrcaining letter to on "the "programme. N othiu-easierr i BAid.lomi' write and tell bin his case will come on in a few days : that will briBg him right to. a Bettlement."" " ' '.' , " j ' . Pettifogger?was ' institicted to' write a note to that effectnd also to reapeclful- ly myite IJoLHirUmmond to ! Call And settle Major Green's bilL- TABtlie iJwit-. llcss .had not . rcome , tp , depose; in the slander" pase,' Wiggins" js. Briggs, the faif: lawyer' aad willing; clerk passed 6b to the next iieni. 'Ht i jr.i'.i ,' ?-" ." Tq get up. an issue between. Town- bhend And Ferris. -Don't-, that mean- a quarrel, Tom r , s : . : j ,rJnst -that," said Tom. . . Well, then,' let his prevent it T)y all meanBi.'.--.' .'i l'': j-uidtai :.- a.u "5Ye have: only to' let It stand : as- it is, then,. tor .they are. peaceable ieiiows that won't quarrel of. themselves.",, . , T- 'a-' ll.' .V iO I.1 L : L ' 1 ' distress ine wiuow oautrtjru, couies nextiS'tha-erights'Tomr' " The-.isquire had orders to lay an t- tacilunent on all her things," I -said Tom, by. way pf explanation.. , f -g. , j,;f '. .;f "For what?" . ,,. " Because she can't 'pay some kind of a humbug bill brought '-against heir by that swindler,'Sampson.'L ::. w : " Can 4 this ',unjust?-,abtiqn iequaah. ed?" V '".-, ,. JO c , " It Ought to be, at any rate: It can pe put off long enough to give the widow warning of what is .going :ou,- so 'that- pshe can, put her things out of his jreach'll r . :" Pettifogger you're' . a' treasure P-j" Just run Over and give the widow a sly pieoe of advioe, and theril will help ybii -make out damages -in the. case of -Fol- ger and. Iolsom."ij5-W .; ,! s !. x i-.'ai-.-i ... It was thus .tt(;Iiirs,.;Ch;psby went on, ""and-diy nobh, "with' the able .assis-tance-bf 1 Tom,1 'had 'Tbiiched "'"the" last three itemsvia.'kick1 BuzsletoB out of office'; browbeat:. Mra.i'.Chandler-tJAnd LtweakJphBsqnSiPpse , 9js taj rrlht. r JNOv,,ag none ot .these persona are present "what 'lmi "1 to do' V inquired Mrs;' Crosbyf Wokiiig Ai-cHy at TbTri.l va ''iWhv'-ReBt .b toer Srrtirt-woaldnl-' waiV Ontii they come'in.??du;o3 Ui-i j 1' Exactly ; " . .i(a9 tnowabouli .the hour of -dinner, and ijf people; pan'. come iii At1 n'rbner " business hours, liow can tter to Thompson; ;but how was stp '-.terrify1 Joe Bonder T the rtehi p'ext .-r.i!rfrioTiTlrn 9 r-.-jfti Si5l Ui IH.1K -vWn 4ty.sj.r a-ld.'cbntiUUel or he- 4 theyexpectr td 1 iei--lacked "-down ftA-xS mx,v,a 1Mkf ATiinrt tin i VlT-fiW-Koo f .T. tT wnnV(V So. Til V V . J n V ""-, va . ' va. - rojne brightening np. young friend, we .will 'go., to dinner.' You will not be wanted this afternoon, therefore -you-; need-Hotr'returnHd'''the Dffice . batemuse. yOurself in any wfty TB" ngi-t'y arawe ita praam, you J)lease by going tp MargareVper- ; And" tWela in vry limb,- haps. .Lock the office and give, me the aoold it iaow oraaatli " -' J .r'l f .,..a. '.':.''"- t - -r a- 1 : .'. a- .. . " " - a Key: J. won t iorget your services." I At Bmjnw, tfYtv TiAlpv.-rAf.inT.---ftiil--' e-ii-t1rt: nkf.fiTTit-r w-a - e-. - . "-j met her' seamstress, and - hating 1 some work toonsulti ier about,-, asked her home, , . .to ( : dinner. , As, soon . as she , . en:- tered the house, she, knocked at the door, i -.'i ats.i ', Anrl Btiti.-1 lnfiotiipaTltf.''" -i Ready for ainhei5.""' What' -a - ladicr'ons spectacle met Iier vision.. rMr... Crosby with R segment - of a squash in one band -and. a potato in tie other. " """ ; " I have:i'brought''i rfrlehd" home tb dinnvrf; Mr.' Crdsby,' aflded' fKS.lady. . The'-'deuce' yod haVe'!'1 cried the Squird,' -eleVa'tSig' twff'hbKrtbysly smut ty eye-brows; half in t vexation, half in wonder, atjaia wife's gravity., .t ---:s'ir " How soon will , dinner . bp, ready !'. she continued, drawing forth her.wjtch with "the air. or one" in.A' Wrry, '' ". :r?ct Jritlgfng. frOm':ifresent ippearanccS, it will be on the table in about an-hotir; and a half from this time," said-the new hojuga. keeper jopeiiin ith- ovea xioer to look at the meat, which was notyetblis tered by the heat. - ' i " As there, are.inly twb of -'tis,: Mt. Crpsby I c,annolL. .listen, to ,ny. excuse for this .unpardonable., delay. ...Fqr ..my part X cannot see" -what you .have found to employ youtself about.' ' '" " ,' .-K' Come, Mrs. Crosby,' don't exult un til your work has been inquired into. There is.swch a thing as erowing, before one is out of the woods.". t ;,,.,:.;,:.;; ;.''-" If you Tefer to my . office, business, I ani happy to inforni you. tliat it is suc- cesstuUy accomplished,; ana. A have a half a day to spare,'.,repUed. theJLady, consuitmg her" watch. v . . ., .. ... . '.".The- habeaa .corpus" begaiij Mi urosby, ., ,; .,,t, - rt ,,i r-.i-, eym,Y,; intej:-: ..AX HER SISTEja'flSAyC- litlle'ehild ' JJie-Purial.grqund of the Americans, like thai of the Moslem , is a short jidistance-froin' -tlw? -town.- "ft is planted with green, treea,and i4 a favof -ite resort, not.only for the bereavecLbut those'" whostf- Jfeelings are," not darkly i.i.e s5l. i'.-l '.i - 1,1 met there tme'mbrning W1 little girl with, lialf playful oounteBannej'basy blnto eye and-sonny .loeka bearing,-Jul. pAe land a chp of china, and in. the other a wreath bf fresh flowers:' Feeling a very natural curiosity tb know what she would do with those bright- thihgef fit Bnch' k I placer:Ahat Boenaed to pArtale ad: much of sadness, watched, her light motion. Reaching a retired grave, .-feyered-witji a plain marble' leio, . she emptied 'the sed---wiiicai hfeeemed thecup contained Tft-intb. the slight -cayiti-es which had been scooped out jin,: the OQrners'of.the level table, and laid the wreath on -ita pur a face ;;' " ' ' , .., , . . And why I Inquired, my sweet rl,dd u put seeds 'm thbsef Ettle E And the writ of iuuicu xixia.- viuavvi. , ,' And the .Saunders case ? 'Vresdmed tne equire. ..-? J.f And. the threatening: ietter," ptiun- ed in the lady." ' s' The . land case, and .the . preach of promise affair." ! ; . All attended to sir, as wen as Auz- zeiton, oi the, nrm ., oi,xsu?zeiton1 a, a " . .. -. i . . i -:- 'HAlha! no! nol-you can't put that vy nere s load on to me, Mrs. Crosby. Tom!" " T.nltftd the oflicS hd sent him off -ididh't ' Want him-he'llc b6 ' back4o- morrowi" fc ;-!-;',. I iti Tije-deucq:,. Mr3.Crosby livii 3:-i i I said Tonu." Bir..And . mw,. have you attended' tb tWcases wich I left for you'? Ahem'! lbt's! see.'". Are the'dishes washedloset s in ' Order ; she! veS! ' wiped downi 'kmve' cleanedsttfveiTblacked fire kept bright, hall swept," Btairi, brush ed and dustedp lailaps 'triiiinicd cEani- "Hold on, Mrs. Crosby,' 'for heav en's sake t'-l No woman;' alive ' could1 dq aHthatiriene forenoon!"" J;r .'" : Beg y our 'pardon f before; ypu Lis a woman who has done, it every Toreixbbii for fea-m'9i"''l''ii ','"'J':tu'1 ',: ' t -lroron.y two or- us z " . "For 'Only tvVbJbf'tisf MpyivitijJ:' I ' Are-"yo tf 'wOmail of Yera'city-Mrs, Crosby ?V asked the5 squire Hrrthr a'mile: ' -'-N6';eefitlema;n"tos:yet We'grimetl,- io qall'"it'inquestiOl,,' fespbnded-thq'lady,'' .:. a,TiA.U.' ,WnJ,ai4ta-faf Ail-kal K'rtT. nitOl V. Vlli:UO 1U..1U1U.1V11 v. uv . . i Thetr I!give it:npJ, ftiid'inAeknritec ful. surrender of -thestJ preiaiiHei',;- " And only two ot-us Mm '!rbsbyJ-JI teg-4 your, 'pardon. I thi-alr I imlS little -fafer -than7 J : was thi toerBfa: '1 1 tas'bw'VouH"'upGn'".the hobo of-tlemaii,-tlHit,.l .wiiiweVtnepf speat disparag'etng of tfwotdanB 'duties of vfne T? affAia. TwO"M"ns.y,maaie"cotisiderffbafiiTCT5-" work enough, at Ieast,rior . one iijtie wiieto-wrfbrm. re"' - j M You. Are pardoned On !the pot; fand let me assure! yotfihat - iMlo'Ttiot; regret .1.1. Ahw1. MTf&ioWA&l'-.lnJ -T-rrtla ""fl. O L .1 IO uav T uci ii.u.-u, auv. IIVIU.'L.J. .uv . , r , . xi widbw Sanburri'ankf several other per-' aa.a-kJl! J Y. ri Kt 1 J '1 Hi T. t-1 ,? U DUUB VT11X l.Ub, ' A' And youF humble ' servant '' at the numberiM-; replied the sauire' bowing. ,We have' only to add H;hat' the squire iept iis1' 'word ,: Hhai " ' Toanv Pettifogger married the- pretty' BeamstTess-," and ' only two -of us,7' wae-never-nsed ex- eept as. pleasant eBt.-"--1 , AA&bXj B?RR'Srt WIFE,tll t; The Paris Patrie of "a; :lattf : date."' has the -A following At ? the -last -Ttrilesies ball, the brilliant toilette, , pf a-stranger, with an incredible number, ot diamonds attracted the attention of .all present, In "a ; moment -the attention was changed to the most intense buriosity, when Louis N apoleon - was observed- to .; accost : -the ladyj ..and," remain , porne moments -iP ocinvcrsation. The . emigma. was. ...soon solved." The lady was ,ther widow . of MriAaroiF-Burr', ;-fbrmerly Vide Presr dent (of Sthe U.l States, withwnom Louis Napoleon was on tei'nis of intimacy whilq. in. that epuntry,, and-gt the end pf fifteen years he had recpgnizedthe .widqw of his' old American friend. ",' This prp: bably alludes, to Madame " Jumel the wealthy second wife of Cot- Burr;1 who obtained i, divorce from him k tew years . previous. j ta. his; depeasp,,- jShfi awns 'a large landed estate in t hp Island of,Maiti- ; ,: ; "; - 7 ". ydv its- i A Servant Ctibi.. the. Moteker.. of yuEE.?i. xuriug .tin rcigu 11 viiurico I. of England,:-AJ country 'girf canie'' to Londoa;andihiWdhfei"self 4o arfy teer from a warehouse. The brewer liking hpr looks took her into, dysj amily saa-r servant, .anil after a short timem'arried Ver.""'" Whea he died he left' her U"e bulk; bf his property. She was"recomniended to Mr. Hydefas a skillful lawyer, to at-- range hef n us band's estat " Aa her tor-. tnne -was lrge,iHy de,rfphoJ wa ' kfteiv wardSijEarl of Glaxendorn ,fruarried .aher,' Theiif daughter Vas the.w.ifi-ief .James IU and mother of MaryHi'and.nhe, Queens of England. . " owls' there' ,. . It ia-.to r bripg thet, bird iiere.'o'ishe replied with, r a half ..wondering, look- 1 1 hey . will lignt "on' this- .'tree . rlien they have eaten'seed and Bmg. '" "-"J t ' 4 To: whom"' do they aing- to ybn 'br each,other?l-i-iuo'j una L-.s sso 4 Oh no, sir,' she replied' tomy UaW 75he 8leep8-her' v f -.; . But ybur sister, is dead l ' , Ul Oh' yes sir; but she hears the Irds snig.-'i' it .-.-&.:-..; jmHss-Jta struct , .' WelU if she doea Lhear the- loirdsf sing she canuot 'sep the wreath, of flow o ea. ..... . . ,-. .i.,,.. pf rt.t'.-.l 1 But she knows I putjit there. , I told her before they took her away from 'bur1 house I would come And Beer her every1 morning.' -, :;x ! -ii wan? l'u.A. xw . ,B4 Ypu must,'.; I continued, i iave )pTet that sister very much; butyou -will never j talk with her any mqre--pever see her, again." V" '-' ' -' i A-Yesyor bm replfed, witll A" b'ribt ened, ountenance,T fl shall see .hen in ieaven.?. , r, !t .'But she naa. gone there . already, i trusv;'.".'ii:i;' - t ; . '"N-o 'shb waits nnder fhlii trwf Wt't J they bring me - here; And tbett we? "Attrl going to teAren, togeer.twv a J 7 " - i v. t . ' - . ?H'r : ;davJJ-' -- ,iu. ui '''."i'r j an.tit : That we ihay see .what can be done n becoming-Acquainted r with . the. Bibltvi and that.we. may.be; awakened. to-Jmi- ta'te so good ai example, letis look atn. , ( 'fewfacts. i!Eusebrus tellffnu of one wll-- . had his eyes burnt oat ib? "the ' Diocf i siaq pej-seeution,. and. who fepated ititp very words cf ScripfcureKrwitlj5 . aa jnuclai accuracy .as if he had.teenreading thenV JeijoBioaay efeportfian, tha bj eaf ing and meditation hor 'had made h'. soul a library. of .CEris.t. aThepdosiva.. the vounge'r." was so' familiar with " tltt .. word of God;'that:hetmide it i Bubje'-, -of obnverBatioir with the '-old bishops,-r- - if i. had been one of them, ti AugustiiwR Bays, that after his copverswp,- ie ceaavdva , - - T ' l 1 . ' I . ' T V a" C to reusu eyeu .vicero, uia luriuer iavqri iti ntllmr ilTirl : that-: thA ' svnnfnT. werespure delTght lTertulliim Bpeiif- - . , . . - X. 1 . - a. f -V- a great pars .wdugHmeui reaamg Soriptures, . jid committed, large i- porsn jtions of them tememoryIn his youilkU fBeza learned all Paul's epistles in G-ret 71 - so- thoroughly, tnst wnen ne was eighi v -, yerB Old, he could repeat them in th.i? languflgei.Cjranmer is said to have IeTV . . s.i 1 t an . 1 . rv . - v - aoie. tojepeA-fqpwnpia otoe -. lament from r memory t , .Lather ; ..' . pf ' the mosl indefatigable etudent.. ',- TJiBld that , the' Wortd has evV " - idlrid-The-wAll andtrei?"1 bf my prphaxd.cbuld they speak -ijfbol' -- bear.wi,tnpps,that t her el, iearnod. I't4 heart' almost :all the .epistles; of which "!-"" -study Although iii time ' a greater part . - wan lost,' ye; ' sweet savour there- -of I -.trust; t shall Scarry -with ine1!!'" -heaven." Sir John Hartop a, mmmts. ia&aT cares, made ther.bopk pf " Qod aq, . much, liis study, that it lay before rhim ' "night 'and ' day A JFrtjhch nobleman used . ' 1 . , 1 . a... , -r- . - r T to read mjase onaptersoi tne xiuie everj - . day Pn iia bended knees,: witlv-hia head uncovered.,.,.. Joshua, Barns , ul.-'8Aid,;to..r have read a small pocket Bible a hundred - LUllcs uver. 11X1, AVVtO JKfWU 1COU , . the whoie 'Bible through twelve tinie it " year.nRevi William iRomaine studied nothing . but, the Bible for. the' last 3ft years pf Tub .life." John Boyse, pne of tho.,jx - translators. 01 our xsiDie, pad read; all the Scrip tores 'before he' waa five years . old ; - his ' mother read " than Ithron gb 7" twelve- tuneB.;; Some- have read tne--J Bible through manyi,.tine8;4a..AJ- year., I have read of more than one, of whom. -it wais tjaid, that if the' Bible had been ; lost, the whole might have been recover-'? t ed from their memories: -'Id Bhtwtiaa"' there ever An .- emmentMChriijtiaii: who ; - - was not remarkable for. 'Jus study of tha " Scripture, as he .hAd.OTrportunityl; -T. i)iT .1 I . . -w -.-a',-.- .J f?fT God's favor, is rtb" Te .-secured". "and salvatioti orij Antjl lieayeii' gained, . - only wheti they-are searched for with tha err whole aoaL. J -The earnest: search J is the"ll . orilysuocesV Bearoh, God.i'will: otv'Jja-; accept the fraction of a heart. . He will i ; not' bestow the gifts bfpardori" And sal-v : ' i-ition on' th4 "restless, occasiohal fitfur' ,.. ; seekers lie win not save those who bat i4 half desire.; a. Christian i hope; t : '.Seek - i - and ye shall find,',' is the yery least ani '' loweBtr;teirf.;that.-divine low .Ter-of- ." Ik... ' "W . 1 1 a . e a a . 44 " icrik Apd coupled with this s the d,. j ditional "direction, 4fYe"ihall find me -wheh-ye iearch for"iiie with'aU ybur a . heart. X-?:n,:ir to '-'-'V31 e5?5t uT.x Jaa . 1 lh. the commissioni of eyiL fearrno maa r. so'much as ,thy .own;, Bele Anether. .it? ., but one witness against thee: thou art a' J . r thousand. . "Anbther thou.''mayfest avoid ,UAt- thyself Ithouv "canst not, n-Vtckednes9 i i&t iiS djjUiMshmnt. ssijiq aJj lo .'.-. ' peraure is increased 5.. ;-- v